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CLEARED OUTWAUDS. Jan 16. Tongariro, ps, 39 tons, Irvine, for Patea. Jan 16. Manawatu, ps, 103 tons, Harvey, for Wellington. Jan. 16. Storm Bird, Bs, 67 tons, Doile, for Wellington. EXPORTS. Per Stonn|Bird— lo9 bales wool. Per Manawatu— loß bales wool, 5 cases bacon, 2 kegs fat, 28 cases arms. PABSENGBR LIST. Per Storm Bird— outwards — Mr and Mrs Shield, Messrs Worgan and Duckett. Per Manawatu — outwards — Misses Reun and Paikes, Mrs Miller, Rev Mr Bavin, Messrs Campbell, Carter, Taylor, and Watt. . EXPEOTEP ARRIVALS. Mo3iuito, Clyde-built iion brig, from Liverpool, daily. Storm ""Bird, s s, from Wellington, on Friday. Manawatu, p s, from Wellington, on Friday. Wallabi. s s, from West Coast, early. Emerald, ketch, from Lyttelton, daily. PROJECTED PKPARTDBKS. Storm Bird, s s, for Wellington, on Friday night. Mauavrata, p s, for Wellington, on Friday night. VESSELS IN PORT. St Kildft, s s, laid up.

The Home correspondent of a contemporary Bays: — A new iron ship of 1150 tons register was launched by the builders, Messrs Alexauder Stephens and Sons, Linthouse, Go van, on November 14th, having been built for the New Zealand Shipping Co. She was • christened the Opawa, and will shortly be laid on the berth for Lyttelton, Captain Fox being appointed to command her. The Glasgow papers state that the Opawa's figure-head is intended to represent Mrs Richardson, wife of your late " Master" of Public Works, as they term him with one consent. Messrs Stephens and Sons have t\ro more ships on hand for the same owners.

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PORT OF WANGANUI., Wanganui Herald, Volume XI, Issue 2828, 17 January 1877

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PORT OF WANGANUI. Wanganui Herald, Volume XI, Issue 2828, 17 January 1877

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