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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age: .New Moon, aiarch 22, 731 a.m. ■SuEsrt: This evening, 6.6. S-α.-!rise: To-morrow iuuming, 0.55. lIK-II WATER. Auckland:: This jtfternoon, 3.56; to-mor-row iiionilug, 4.31. Onehunga: Vo-mc>rrow morning, 8.16; to-mou-row evening, 5.51. 'Manukau Heads: To-morrow morning. 6.56; To-morrow evening. 7.31. Kalpara Heads: To-morrow morning. 8.21; To-monrow evening, 8.58. ARRIVALS. YESTERDAY. Squall. e.s Ross from Tolago Bay and Gkborne.—Union Co.. agents. Kanieri. s s Meyers, from Whangarei. Passengers: Misses Collier, Rearden. Messrs H Siminonds. W. McDonald, A. Wllkle, N. Andrews W. Clark. W. Jones, H. Graham — Northern Co., agents. James Craig, barque. W. Nagle, from Melbourne.—J. J. Craig, Ltd.. agents. THIS DAY. Th-ra 6 s 3406. Neilson. from Bunbury and "Newcastle—Millers Hardwood Co.. aS s.s.. 3077, J. Bernech from Ducedin, via ports. Passengers :-Sa'«»n. Mises Wyatt. torus. Ba^J ae % Kamay! Forrest™Cherry Black, Messrs Syme, Rattray. Barkas Exley. Skeates, Brown, Kennedy. Cock (2j. Archibald. Flnemore, BirkeIlll « ad t -, ( , r M t r a t i°' Innis, Jeune. Church, Cooper, Butler Paradise Steerase: Misses Screaton. W ells (2). Rees, Hedges, Mesdames Staunton ana . children. Bippln. N T infant Messrs Thomson. Devlen. Baroer, tr,-,,, Rtnnln Rose Patterson. Pearson. Burrows w P (f ftmHr «•• Kelly. Wilton Bradbnry. JaiTett, Clemeteou Coates, Famsworth. Rees, McCarthy. Swindells. Lake, King. Slewart (2), Mason, Jeans.— Union Co., agents. DEPARTURES. YESTEKDAY. Laira. barque. J. Stuart, for Whangarei an N"apubJ > , Ur s e s., C. W. Cummlngs, for W cfa n n?man s.s.. E. McLeod. for Russell. OP A U u a pcS !iD s^ raa T tffte Opotiki. WatotoW, ill. C- Hopkins, for the Great Barrier. NORTHERN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-day: Ngapuhi arrives from "Sa- n 'A2 wrei about 11 p.m.: Kanieri leaves for Wha-n-arei at 4 n m ; Nsatiawa leaves for Taunt 5 P.m.; Walotahi arrives from the Great Barrier about 5.30 P-m-Friday Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarei at 9.30 p.m.; Kanieri arrives from Whangarei late: Apanui arrives from Awanui. etc about 9.30 a.m.: Waiotahi leaves for Mercury Bay and Tairua at 7 p.m. HUDDART PARKER CO.'S MOVEMENTS. Sunday: Wimmera arrives from South: Victoria arrives from Sydney. Monday: Wimmera sails for Sydney at Tuesday: Victoria sails for South at 3 p.m. UNION CO.S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. Fri( j a y _ Flora anives from Limestone S *Satarday: Waikare sails for southern ports at noon; Squall sails for Tolago Bay and Gisborne, at 12 noon; Mora sails for East Coast bays, 3 p.m. WEST COAST. Friday Takapuna arrives from New Plymonth "and sails for New Plymouth and Wellington at 3 p.m. (train 2.10 p.m.). Saturday: Corinna arrives from southern ports. " EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Victoria, β-s., from Sydney; due Sunday. indnighiri. s.s., from London, via Australia; to sail February 2o Kaipara, s.s., from London; to sail March 4; due about April 23 Kia Ora. s.e., from Liverpool; sailed February 23; due early in April Rio, barquertlne, from Sydney, sailed FebDaniel, barque, from Newcastle; Bailed February 28 , Woakarua, s.s., from New York. Tla Aui- ' trails, sailed January 30; due about Hns'nona. e.s., from New York; via Au»tralia; sailed an. 1; dne early Hawke's Baj, s.s., from Glasgow and Liverpool; left Liverpool January i4th; due abont March 20 ~,.,. Klwaru, s.s., from London, Tla Australia; Balled Feb. 9; due April 7 Indralema, s.s., from London, via Melbourne and Sydney; sailed Jan. 29; due about March 29 tangton Grange, s.s., from Liverpool, Wiled Feb. S; due about April 10 Ti/komarn, s.s., from London; sailed February 16th; due March 31st. Bucrania, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 11 Eanda Isle, barquentine, from Sydney; sailed Feb. 9 Navua, s-£-, from Sydney, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga; due March 25. Jfalrnehire, 6.5., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7th; due end of April. JVTmbledon, s.E., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 21st; due about end of April. iWalknre, s.s., from New York; to sail early In April. PROJECTED DEPASTURES. FOB FRIE-XDLY ISLANDS— Isabel, schooner, March 28 FOE NIUE— Kereru, schooner, March 24 > FOR SYDNEY— iFFlmmera, β-e., Monday FOR LONDON— sape Breton, March 20' VESSELS IN POET. . Cardcdola, barque, in stream Iris, H M.ca. lc stream i/rabel, sch_ in etreata Thyra, 5.8., at railway wharf. •Bankfleld, barque, at railway -wharf. Waikaxe, at Queen-street wharf. James Craig, barque, at Hobson-street wharf. The S-β. Thyra arrived from Bnnbury, via Newcastle, early this morning. After discharging at Auckland, the s.s. Thyra sails for Wellington, Dunedln, and JCimarn, to discharge part cargo. The s.s. Waikare, from Dunedln, via ports a arrived at Auckland at 10.15 a.m. today. She leaves for the South again on Saturday next. The s.s. Mashona, en route from New York, leaves Sydney towards the end of this week, and should arrive at Auckland about Wednesday or Thursday next. The barque James Craig arrived from Melbourne yesterday, after a tedious passage of 23 days, remarkable only for head ■winds. The s.s. Den of Euthven left Vancouver on March 6th with a full general cargo for Auckland and other New Zealand ports. The vessel calls at Snva en route, and Is expected to reach Auckland about April 3rd. A peculiar position has arisen in connection with the steamer Indravelli. She was loaded for Vancouver, and at the last moment the iocal agents received Instructions to hold the steamer for orders. Later advices from the owners were received this morning, and the vessel is now under orders to proceed to Vancouver, as previously announced. IMPOETS. Per James Craig, from Melbourne^—looo tons produce. Per Thyra, from Boabury: 700,000 ft jarrah timber. Per Waikare, from the South—634o sacks wheat, 1576 sacks oats, 256 sacks bark, 43S sacks seed, 1240 bags flour, 72 sacks oatmeal, 130 sacks potatoes. 10 sacks malt, 10 eack3 sucrosine, 10 sacks barley, 124 boxes butter, 24 braes vitadatio. 104 cases pulp, j 136 boxes soap, S casks soap, 10 sacks hides, ' 28 cases tobacco, and sundries. EXPORTS. Per indraTelli. for Vancouver: 6000 cases anions. 440 cases and SO sacks potatoes SO eacie grass seed. THE CAPE BRETON. \ OSxe New Zealand Shipping Co.'s chartered steamship Cape Breton, which vessel Is I .o complete loading general cargo for Lou- ' «on at Auckland, left Napier at 10.45 o'clock ' »ast night, acd is expected to arrive here, ei>ont o clock to-morrow morning As a strong flood tide will be running the vessel ■will no* be able to come np to Her Wta on the east side of the railway wharf bvtor* 8 e'clacjt to-morro.w. nfteracon.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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