\*»MVBD. Atteust 29— Bannockburn, brigautine, 111 tons, Matthew, from Kaipara. Mast >r, ageut. Anrast SO-Hawea, s s., 462 tons, Hansby, from ■BOmS, Picton. a"" Wellington. R Puflett, agent. P«Bsemrerß — Mi-sea Holdsworth. Haughtou, "Mesdaines Coster. Gray, Birch, Messrs Houghton, Coster Singleton, Redwood (2), Stewart, ClwrletkooO, Birch, Christie, Turnbull, Cook, Studhohne, Morrison, Stack, Hamilton, Eolley, Moir, "Wood, Gothing, Irving, Winter, and 7 steerage. Angnst 39-Koranni, s.s., 801 tons, OHiver, from Dunedin nud Timaru. N.Z Grain Agency and Mercantile Company, agents. CLEARED. August 29— Clematis, ketch, 67 tons, Gveen, for Pelorus Sound. Maßter, agent. Angnst 30— Tongariro, s.s., 4170 tons, Hallett, E.N., for Losdon via Rio Janeiro. New Zealand Shipping C 3., agents. Passengers— Saloon s For Rio da Janeiro — Mr J. Evans Brown, Mrs Evans Brown, Hives Maria, Katy, Masters Potter, and Hubert Stubs Brown ; for England Mr and Mrs W. J. Bircii, Mrs Fanny Micklethwaite and Master G. Miclflethwalte, Mrs Jackson and boy, Mr W. Taatier Patter, Mr Charles Perrin, Mr F. G. Richardson, Miss Annie F. Mnckie, Miss Evelyn C. Fflleul, Mr John Stephen Hawkins, Mrs Martha Mary, Misses Emily Bradford, Margaret Eleanor, Luoy.'Masters Henry Ernest, Frank Hawkins ; Miss Emily M. Quinan, Mr James Hay, Mr W. F. M. Buckley, Mr Crosier Baine ; second cabin : Mr W. Edgecombe, Mrs Jane, Alice, John, Buchael, Edward, Bosey, and Henry Carpenter ; Miss Catherine ' Brovn, Mr G. W. Milles, Mr P. L. Gregson, Mr J. Meazies, Miss Martha Yaraley, Mrs Sarah, Miss Sarah, and Miss Jane Matheson, Mr E. W. Leighton, Mrs Wi.liam and Master James Watt, Mr imon Saunder?, Mr J. Duncan, Mr J. Lambert, Mr P. Wright; steerage: Mr E. Wright, Mrs Mary A. Wrfcht, Mr Henry Gibson, Miss Margaret M'Keown, Mr T. Broadbolt, M* and Mrs Broadbelt. Mr Ruben Elkin, Mrs Sarah Ledger, Mrs Anthony J. Thomas, Mrs Eliza Alice Webster, Master John Tuck Webster, Mr Dennis Doughtery, Mrs Elizabeth Catesby, Mr J. Forster, Mr R. Carroll, Mr Patrick Lynn, Mr W. Lane, Master Cecil Lane, Mr Francis Eodietti. Miss Susan M'Kay, Miss Louisa Eddy, Mr Michael M&her, Mr A. Orange, Mr Frederick A. Cooper, Mr James Bowman, Miss Mary Sevella, Mrs Annie Whitehead, Mr T. Honey will, Mrs Louisa Forrester and child, Mr W. Simpson, Mr P«ter Dutton, Mr W. Smith, Mr Barrington Woolcombo, Mrs Jane
Steward, Mr John Stewart, Mr Neil Sinclair, Mr Robert Hayeß. SAILED. August 29— GLracus, 8.5., 881 tons, lugnain, for Sydney. E. Puflett, agent. August 20— Wareatea, s.s., 288 tons, Ewan, for Westport. Cuff and Graham, agents. August SO — Timaru, s.s., 288 tons, Conwa,t, for Westport. Cuff and Graham, agents. The New Zealand Shipping Company's steamship Tongariro left the wharf at MV3O this morniug and steamed down the stream, where she anchored until the afternoon, when she was to leave for London via Rio de Janeiro. Amongst her cargo is 5 boxes gold, weighing 55990z 6dwts, and valued at £22,397 Bs, shipped by the Bank of New Zealand.
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LYTTELTON., Star, Issue 5094, 30 August 1884
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