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[By. Electric Telegraph.] WANGANUI.

Arrived. — November 24-, steamer Lyttelton, from Westport. LYTTELTON. Sailed. — November 25, steamer Phcebe, for Wellington.

Feyer on Shipboard.— The Bengal, from Batavia, which arrived in Hobson's Bay early in the month, was placed in quarantine, having had five deaths, one of which was on the Ist instant, from fever. The Bengal received from the British Consul at Batavio, five sailors of the wreck of the Countess of Seafield, which was lost in Torres Straits. Pour of these were amongst the deaths, and the other deceased was the ship's steward. The second mate and several of tho crew are sick.

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Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXIX, Issue 96, 26 November 1870

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[By. Electric Telegraph.] WANGANUI. Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXIX, Issue 96, 26 November 1870

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