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Tho flagstaff of Timaru is situa,ted in 171dej; 17.20 min. Eaat loncptudo ; and 4A dog 23 inin South latitude. AKBIVEI;. Nov 28— Omapere, s.s., 352 tors, LamTjeit, from Danedin. Nov 28 — Glsncairn, schooner, G2 tons, Palleson, from Napior. Nov 28— Saxon, schooner, Martin, in ballast, from Napior. aiir.BP. Nov 28— Omaporo, s.s., 352 tons, Lambert, for tho north. IMPORTS. In the Omapere, N.M. and A. Company, agents : 80 tons general merchandise Consignees : D Taylor. Gillies, Broadly,' Hood, Kott, MoPhorson, J Anderson, Owers, Bovrio, Hill and Co, J L Wilson, Priest and Holdgato, Philp, C.F.C.&.., N.Z.L. and M.A. Company, Jaokaon, Waeataff, iMra ColHna, Hilton. Beckinfrham, Trice, Lovien, Shilling, Ponrose junri, Bowkor, 8011,. Healey, Neil. Gilmore, Kornohan and Co, Moss and Jiostell-, Barrott, Tyrroll and Co, W A Bowie. Adams and Co, M Gray, Huttoo, Hurrison, W Toylor and Co, Shaw, Saville and Co, Fauvel, Taylor, Whittaker, Agents. EXPECTED AP.P.rVAI.b. Dunedin, sohooner, from Napior, daily. Wave Queen, barquo, from London, early. 7KBSELS nOMBV7AKD BOUND Vessel. Dav»oof. Pleione (Captain Sargent) ... ... 87 The ateamer Ohau is expected here next Friday, to load cargo for Auckland and East Coast pot,ts. . The Union Company's steamer Hauroto is expected with Newcastle coal to tho order of Mr Ebenezer Smith.- . ■ ■ . • Tho s.s. Omapore brought in 80 odd tons of Bundrie3 from Dnnodiu on Saturday, inoluding varioris transhipments, ox Maori from Homo and from Australian port3. Sho left at night for Westport and way por^a.. , „

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PORT OF TIMARU., Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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PORT OF TIMARU. Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891