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ENTERED INWARDS. r Deo 27. Bonnie Lass, sch, 38.tons, Aik'en,; from Pelorus Sound. Dec 28.' Manawatu, ps, 103 tons, Harvey, from Wellington. Dec^S^WaUttbi^s'ST^lO.l'.tons^Leys.from'. West CaasW- t . r.r .^ rT r , „ - „. Dee2B/-WalUwd, p 8, 67 tons.-Dillon, from Nelson. — - • -- CLEARED OUTWARDS . Dec 27. - Storm Bird, _s s," 67 tons, Doile, for Wellington. ■ ■ ,- Dec 27 . Clyde, s ,s, 34 tons, tribbons, for Patea.,-/' -' ' "' ' *v/ t., „; imports: „ Per Bonnie Lass— 26,ooo feet timber. .? *>• • " EXPORTS. Per.Storin.Bird— ll7 bales wool. *•' ' ' PASSENGER LIST.. ' ' ' ''; Pc?. Manawatu— inwards— Misses' Lysart f2); Shepplie, Barnes, and' Keohane, Mr and MrS'Lysatfy'Messrs Watts, Hare, Hamilton, Wriest/. Christie, and, Nicholas,; MastersLysart ; (2^Lockie, "811101 9in steerage. l Per Wallace— inwards— Miss Lash, Mesaames Levien, Patterson' an& 2 children, Haddington,'" Martin' aiid 2r< children, Mr and Mastexj Wjigzel. .],•>//.. .i, ; • . < , ;>i; * ]■ EXPECTED' ARRIVALS. ' .. 'i , i Mosquito, Clyde-built iron brig, from Liverpool, daily! ' ' ' ' • ';;.' •' ' Storm Bird, i( s,s,from Wellington, tomorrow. * , . ClydeJ's s,from Patea, :to-night.- > ,- i . . iVB,Q~3KCTEiT> PEPABTtJBES., ' Storm Bird, sb,s b, for -Wellington, 1 to-morrow night. -- , • , . ■ Manawatu, p s,for 'Wellington, to-mglit. VESSELS IN PORT, i • Manawatu, p s., from -Wellington. Wallace,' p s, from- 'Nelson. . • . ••.• Wallabi, s s, f Jjora West -Coast., ; Tongariro, p s, from Foxton . Coliaen Bawn,'sch,vfrom Pelorus Sound. Day Dawn, sch, from Pelorus Sound. St KJldaj-,s s,, f join. Wellington. ,<;• }'[•.'! J?i: ..-'.' '!i- : , '' , ' -, ; The schooner, Bonnie, Lass has discharged bertimb'era't'D'iUncan and York's wharf. . Tlie Storm Bird I for Wellington, and the ClydeV for Piitea, sailed- last- evening at 6.15 The p s:'Manawatu;, Captain Harvey, left Wellington yesterday at 1" p.m., experincing lielit' variable' breeze to 1 Kapiti, from thence strong-Heaa-wiridi ■- Grossed the bar at 5.15 thisimorning, and made fast to. the Corporation,, {wharf. at ;6.}., , The; Manawatu sails again for Well'ingtonfjihis evening., ; , The ,6ta|o Daily Times says that of the seWrai'fine vessels provided by the Union Steamship Company for- the service of the public' the, steamer Rotor ua, the latest addition to the" fleet; ranks high: We expected that Bheawould .prove- something very much outlthe commoD, and we are not disappointed in her, for a Tetter built- vessel, more compleielyebuipped, and a more luxuriously cornfortab^passenger'carrier,- could uot be desired'in. a vessel of her class. . She is not by any r means Bniall in size,, and yet the, term mulium f i)iparvo may be aptly applied to her, 80 judiciously 'has her space been economised so complete* and elaborate, are her interior arrangements. . The Rotorua's saloon is the fac siihile, on a' little larger scale, of the saloons'of the Hawed and' Taupo,- and 1 in it fourteen- ladies and sixty gentlemen .can be comfortably entertained. ." • >

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF WANGANUI., Wanganui Herald, Volume X, Issue 2820, 28 December 1876

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF WANGANUI. Wanganui Herald, Volume X, Issue 2820, 28 December 1876

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