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HIGH WATER. This Day— ll.4l a.m ; 12 13 p.m. ' AMOVED. Zlor, sohooner, 63 tons, Bell, from Wellington. Master; agent Spray, nohoo»er, 50 tons, Ruxton, from Ly6telt6K"~Hastef, agent SAILED. Augußt I— Alert, sohooner, 70 tons, Perkins, for Wellington. Master, agent Cleopatra, schooner, 88 tons, Kaeble, for Lyttelton, Master, agent EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Pelican, from Timaru Energy, from Ounedin , ' ■ Mary Wadley, irom Napier Lyttelton, from north Murray, from north Gleaner, .from- Lyttelton Adieu; from Manakan Giafton.froni.'rjprth VESSELS IN PORT, Lioness, tag steamer -, Dispatch, tag steamer Martha Reid, from Waitara Wallabi, from Wanganol St from Melbourne Zior t fr,om Wellington Spray, from Lyttelton

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PORT OF GREY., Grey River Argus, Volume XXVI, Issue 4342, 2 August 1882

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PORT OF GREY. Grey River Argus, Volume XXVI, Issue 4342, 2 August 1882

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