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SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
Moon's Age: New Moon, March 22, 7.41 a.m. Sunset: This evening, 6.3. Sunrise: Tomorrow morning, 5.56. HIGH WATER. - • Auckland: This afternoon, 6.6; to-mor-row morning, 6.32. Onehunga: To-morrow morning 10.17; tomorrow evening, 10.43. Manuka- Heads: To-morrow morning,' 5.57; to-morrow evening. 9.23. Knipnra Heads: Tomorrow morning,! 10.24; to-morrow evening, iO.4S. ■— — " :_rg_3 ARRIVALS. : ~ " YESTERDAY. Paeroa. s.s.. Goertz. from Limestone Island.—Northern Co.. agents. Flora, s.s., W. Mcßride, from Napier. Gisborne, East Coast bays, and Whangarel Passengers: Mrs Taylor and child. Miss and Master Sheriff.—Union Co., agents i Apanni, s.s.. J. Wilson, from the North. Passengers: Mesdames St. James. Cohen, 1 Misfipß Lees, Hutchings. Messrs Johnson. McAnhty, Hoggard, Carlson.—Northern Co., agents. THIS DAT. Clansman, s.s., E. McLeod, from Mango, nul. Whangaroa, and Russell. Passengers: Major ana Mrs C. D. Pitt, Mr and Mrs W. T. Pitt, Mr and Mrs Blanchard, Mr and Mrs T. Manuel and boy, Mesdames Anderson, J. C. Martin, Marshal), Salllvan, J. Black and child, Misses C. Grlbble. F, Lane, Bain. Begg, N. Rogers. Andrews, J. Tana, WiiHams, Dqdd, Messrs A. G. Quartly C. B. Buddie. Cleveland, Dormer, V H. Reed. 3LP., Beazely, Co_, G. Donald. C. Irvine C Ballance, G. Webb, Aldred, F. Nawton,' H. O. King, Hoult, Hume, W. E. Thompson. - Clarke, Captain W. W. Lane Constable King and 0 steerage.—Northern Co., agents. DEPARTURES. !.'.!■ «!Wg* YESTERDAY. " "* Kanieri, s.s., T. Meyers, for Whangarel. Ngapuhi, s.s., C. W. Cummlngs, for Whanjjarei, Waiotahi. s.s., C. Hopkins, for Mercury Bay nnd Tairua. Greyhound, a.s.s., H. Subritzky, for the North. Southern Isle, scow, Caitchen, for Gisborne, via Tairua. THIS DAY. Waifcare. s.s., 3071, J. Bernech, for Dnnedln, via ports. Passengers for GisborneMisses Austin, King, V. Butler, Mesdames Laing, Devery, C. Crome, Messrs McArthur, A. J. Ford, W. S. Beet, P. G. Lewis, E. A Clark, "W. H. Cooper, Ward Sanlon, S. Butler, Devery. For Napier: Miss Duff, Mesdames J. Fisher, Mcintosh and Infant Andrews and Infant, Messrs E. Millhouse' J. Fisher, R. L. Williams, Rigby, Mcintosh! For Wellington: Mesdames Griffiths aud infant, H. H. Boyes, Messrs Stein, P. Jones Capt. H. H. Boyes. For Lyttelton: Misses Stoddart, E. Haslen, Mrs Messrs W. 3. Bull, H. G. Clarke. For Dunedin: Miss Scott, Mrs M. Cowan, Messrs M Cowan, A. Lelievre, For all ports: 20 steerage. VESSELS IN PORT. Carricclola, barque, in stream Iris, HM.c.B., at Devonport Isabel, sch., at Hobson-st. wharf Thyra, s.s., at railway wnart, Banl—ield, barque, at railway wharf. James Craig, barque, at Hobso'n-street wharf. 'Southern Cross, 5.8., at Queen-st. •wharf Cape Breton, s.s., at railway wharf. 1 (UNION COMPANT'S MOVEMENTS. T EAST COAST. Monday. Wanaka arrives from the Bluff, Oamaru, and Tiniaru. Wednesday: Wan——a leaves for the Bluff, Oamaru, and Timaru, via Napier and Lyttelton, at 5' p.m. Thursday: Kama arrives from Tonga, etc.; lloaowai arrives from the South; -quail arrives from Gisborne aud Toiago Bay. Friday: Atua arrives from Westpdrt. Saturday r Squall sails for Toiago Bay and -Gishorne at noon; Mouowai sails for Southern ports at noon. WEST COAST. Sunday: Rotoiti arrives from Wellington, Nelson, and New Plymouth. Hlondaj-: Rotoiti leaves for New Plymouth, Wellington, and Nelson at 2 p.m. (1.10 p.m. train). Tuesday: Rosamond arrives from Grey--tnouth-. .... Wednesday: Takapuna arrives lingtou and New Plymouth, and sails for New Plymouth at 3 -p.m. (2.10 p.m. train). Thursday: Rosamond sails for Greymouth at 3 D.m. Friday: Takapuna arrives from New Plytocuth, and leaves for New Plymouth and ■.Wellington at 3 p.m. (2.10 p.m. train). NORTHERN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-day: Ngapuhi arrives from Whangarei about 4 p.m. Suuday: Waiotahi arrives from Mercury Bay aud Tairua about 6 a.m.; Rimu arrives, at Onehunga from Wanganui, etc., early; Rarawa leaves Onehunga for New Plymouth at 4 p.m. (.train 3.30 " p.m.); Kanieri leaves for Whangarei at 6.80 p.m. Monday: Clansman leaves for Russell and Opua at 7 p.m.; Kanieri arrives from Whangarei; Apanui leaves for Whangaroa, Mangomii, Awanni, etc., at 2 p.m.; Aupouri leaves for Tauranga at 0 p.m.; ■Waiotahi leaves for. Mercury Bay, Kuao-. tnnu, Port Charles, Whangapoua, and Mercury Island dt 7 p.m.; Ngapuhi leaves for* Whangarel at 9.30 p.m.; Claymore leaves Onehunga for Raglan and Kawhia at 2 p.m. (train 1.10 p.m.). , HUDDART PARKER CO.'S MOVEMENTS. Sundiy: Wlmmera arrives from South; Victoria arrives from Sydney. Monday; .Wlmmera sails for Sydney at 6.30 p.m. Tuesday:' .Victoria sails for South at 3 p.m. The s.s. Cape Breton sails for London on 'Monday next. - Thf; schooner Ysabel Is loading at the Hobgon-street wharf for Rarotnnga. The barquentine Pendle Hill arrived at •W_angarei from Sydney on Monday last 3v4th"Gs6o sleepers and I_o tons of coai. -The "vessel (has a part cargo, consisting of 15U0 #leeper-s, for discharge at Auckland. The following Aueklanders -have taken out passages by "the Athenic, leaving Wellington tor London next week: Mr. and Mrs. E. IW-all, Misses Boyce, IMr. John Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. -George Read, 'Mr. George MciCowatt,- "Mr. and Mrs. .Edmunds and child, iMr. and Mrs. -G. B. Wing-field, Mr. and Mrs. Tiuke Webber, Messrs. Sparrow, Anelay, F. _L Middlemiss, Mr. and. Miss Porter, Mr. J. Foster, Mr W- R- Holmes, Mr A, Mill, iMrs McVitie. The ifoll-wing passengers -will leave Auckland 'by the Wlmmera on Monday next to join the "R-M.s. Astnrias, learvlng Sydney for England on "March 31: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hart and the Misses Hart (2), Mr. F. F. (Howarthi Mr. and Miss Lepper, Mr. Aldis, air. -and M_s. J. W. —'attersfield and two children, 'Mr. H. W. Preston, Miss L. McKay, Sirs. J. Spottlswoode. Mr. and Miss Paul, Mr. and _frs. B. Brown, Mr. *_. G. [White, iMessrs. iR. and (H. Pye, Mr. T. Col-ley, 'Mrs. _L S. Taylor, Miss M. J. Unsworth, Mrs. G. Smith, Mr. D. Gouk, Mr. A. Ijsmith. 'Mr. A. E. Meldrum, Mr. D. A. Gray, Mrs. J. D. Martin, Messrs. M. .Sain, A Marellich, J. Druskovich, M. Botiea, Mr, G. -Green, and Mrs J. H. Field.
SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
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