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Evening Post September 22nd 1881

Messrs. Shaw, Savill & Co's barque Glenlora, from London, was signalled this morning, but, in consequence of the strong N.W. wind blowing, anchored at the Heads, and will probably beat in this afternoon. She is reported as having left Gravesend on the 17th June, and has therefore made an average passage. She brings a few passengers. The Glenlora is to be the first wool ship of Messrs. Shaw, Savill & Co's line this season. Messrs W. & G. Turnbull are agents for the barque.