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beptembcr 25, steamer Wanaka, 270, Neville, from Picton, Wellington. and Lyttelton. Passengers: Misses RtmnLon, Grime?, Mf-sdamc-s Williams, Askew. Cross, Jackson and child, Dr. Hislop, Messrs Kaukin, Perry, Mackay. Coote, Bentoul, Silcock, Boberts, Blair, Cross, Kirkpatriek, Fallot, aud 4 in steerage. — cutter Mersey, 19, Bullard, from Motueka. — cutter Planet, 12, Thorne, from Motueka. SA.ILKO. September 24, ketch Elizabeth, 45, Coachrane, for Collingwood. — ketch Cnm.'t. 2.'*!. Ricketts, for Anahan. 55, steamer Lady Barkly, 3 J, Walker, for Havelock. — steamer Wallace, SG, Bruce, for Wanganui. — schooner SLter-, 15, Frazer, f.r HareJocfc. — steamer Wanaka, 276, Nevide, for Picton. We iington, and South. Passengers: Misses Canning, llnskisson, Hale, Plumbe, Sunley, Mesdimos Sunley, Jones, Rev. Jones, Mes-rs Bees, Symons, Canning, Greenfield, lloult, and liainer's Panor.-m.*. Company.

Captain Edwin reported at 12*20 p.m. : — **■ Bad weather approaching between northeast and north and west. Glass falling* again within 12 hours.'' The Murray is due at Hokitika from Westport to-day. The Wallace -sailed for Wanganui this ■morning*. Tho Kmnely reache'l Wellington last night, and is expected ba?k to-morrow. She leaves for West Coast pores at 7 o'clock on Thursday morning, booking for Kararnea. The ketch Elizabeth sailed last night for Collingwood. where she loads with c a! for Blenhtim under charter to Mr Burford. TLe Rotoru-v leases Onthunga this afternoon, will arrive here to morrow uight, >*n<l sail dt i! p.m. on Thursday for Picton, Wellington, and Lyttelton. The Wakatipu arrived at Wellington from Sydney last night. Her cargo for this port will be brought by the Hawea on Friday. The barque Seatoller, which left here on the 13th instant, arrived at the Bluff yesterday. 'i he Wanaka left Lyttelton at 9*30 p.m . on Saturday, and arrived at Wellington at 3'lo p.m. on Sunday; sailed at 1 pm. yesterday, and reached Picton at 6 p.m.; left at 2 o'clock this morning, and arrived at the •outer anchorage at noon, entering the harbor an hour later. She sailed by the same tide afc 3'30 p.m. for Picton, Wellington, and Sout'i. - ■ i

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ARRIVED., Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XVIII, Issue 225, 25 September 1883

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ARRIVED. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XVIII, Issue 225, 25 September 1883

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