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ENTEBED INWAED3. June SO—Midgo, cutter, 16, Eure, from Waitapu. 30—Wanaka, bs, 276, Holmes, from Picfon and South. Passengers—Miss Beat, Miss Browning, Father Mahoney, Messrs Carter, Bell, SheeD, Myers, Smith (2), Mackay, Snow, Wallace, Leckie, Barnett, Montgomery, O'Connor, Heine, Barnicoat ; Bunny, Perry, Hirschberg, Goodal!, Beet, Colbeck, Thistle, Young, Eiohinond (2), Firth, Haraerton, Boxall, snd Somerville. 30— Greyhound, brig, from Newoastle. 30 —Mersey, cutter, 19, Eobinson, from Waitapu. 30—Maid of Italy, cutter, 14, Clark, from Eiwaka. CIBAEED OUTWAEDS. June 30—Charles Edward, 125, Whitwel!, for West. Coast. SO—Wanaka, es, 276,F01tne8, for Taranaki. and Manukau. Passengers—-Migi Browning, Misi Plumbe, Messrs Ifookes (2), Binney, Bailey, Grey, and Bailey. The brig Greyhound armed at the oute anchorage yesterday morning- Her cargo consists of 296 tons of Newcastle coal and five tons fine bone dust, consigned to Messrs Neale and Haddow. She will be towed in this morning, and discharge her cargo at the Kailway Wharf into truuke. The Kennedy leaves Waitara to-day for Westport and Nelson. The Wanaka arrived at 8 a.m yesterday, and sailed at 6 p.m for Taranaki and Manukau. Thk Charles Edward left for West Coast ports yesterday morning. The Waitaki loaves Lyttelton this evening, and Wellington at noon on Monday. Sbe will arrive here early on Tuesday, leaving same tide at 10 a.m. The Wallace left Wellington last; night, ! and will arrive here this morning' She sails at 3 p.m to-morrow for West Coast ports. The Murray left Weßtport at 8 a.m yesterday, and will arrive here this morning. She leaves at 11 a.m to-morrow for Wanganui and Opunake. . Thb Lady Barkly ia due this afternoon from Golden Bay. Thk Wakatu Bbould have arrived'here laßt evening from Patea. She leaves ai 4 p.m today for the same port. The Eingarooma is due at the Bluff, from Melbourne, to-morrow.

High WATSE AT JNBISON. laturday, iunday, rlonday, Tuesday, p.m. July 1 9-27 9-48 July 2 10-10 10-32 July 3 1052 11-11 July 4 11-33 1155

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., The Colonist, Volume XXVI, Issue 3496, 1 July 1882

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. The Colonist, Volume XXVI, Issue 3496, 1 July 1882

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