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SHIPPING.

Moon's Ag«: First Quarter March' 29, *.19 a.m. Sunset: TUa evening, 5.59. Sunrise: To-morrow morning, 5.68. HIGH/WATER. Auckland: This evening, 8.32; to-morrow morning, S.ao. ' ' ' Onehunga: To-morrow morning, 0.40; tomorrow afternoon, 1.2. " Manukan Heads: To-morrow monilng, 11.20; to-morrow afternoon, 0.42. Kalpara Heads: To-morrow Morning, 0.40; to-morrow afternoon, I.T, ARRIVALS. YESTERDAY. Triton; barque, Kaynersen, from Maiden 'Island.—'Kempthorn-e, Prosser, and Co., agents. Kanlerl, s.s., T. Meyers, from Whangarei. Passengers: Misses Thorpe, Holm, Mrs. Lerin, Kenery, Messrs. Holm, Tnorpe, Fairweather. Con-way, Thomas. Jolce, Dr. LlndEay, Master Lindsay.—'Northern. Co., agents. DEPARTURES. ! ■ - ■ YESTERDAY. 'Wimmera, s.s., 5022, William 'Waller, fox Sydney. "Xgapuol,'s.s., C W. Ciimmings, for Whangaret. • .Clansman, s.s., E. ElcLedd, for Russell BHd ©pua<. - . . . : ■W.ai<#ahi, 5,5... C. Hopkins, fpr Tauranga. Apanul, s.s., J. Wilson, for the North. ' Chelmsford, s.s., J. Taw, for iferenry Bay and Kviaotuuu. , itrXIOJf COMPACT'S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. -Thursday: Xavua arrlve3 Iroin -Tonga, etc; Monowai arrives from the Soath; Squall arrives from Gisborne and Talago Bay, Friday: Atua arrives from Westport. ■Saturday: Squall sails for Tolngo Bay and Gisborne at noon; ■Monowal sails" for-South-eru ports at noon. WEST COAST. Wednesday: T&kapuna arrives from Wellington and New Plymouth, and sails for JSew Plymouth at 3 p.m. (2.10 p.m. train). Thursday: Rosamond; sails for Greyxaonth at 3 v.m. -Friday: Takap'una arrives from New Plymonth, and leaves for New Plymouth and Wellington,. at 3 p.m. (2a'j p.m. train). KORTSEJRN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-day: "Ngapuhi arrives from Wiangarei about 6.30 poa.; Kanieri leaves for Whansarel at 8.30"p.m.; ■Ngatiawaleaves for OpbtTki at 3 p.m. Wednesday: Ugapuhl I»a,ve3 for "Whangarei at 10.S0 p.m.; Waltiahl arrives fixm Mercury Bay, etc;, about 3 a.m - Waiotahl leaves for Great Barrier at midnight; Claymore arrives from Raglan and Kawhla about 6 a.m.; Clansman arrives from ißuasell and Opna about 6 a.m., and leaves for Kussell, Opna, Wiangaroa, and Mangonui at 5 p.m.; Kanlerl arrives from Whangarei. Thursday: Waiotahi arrives from Barrier about 5.30 p.m.; Rarawa arrives at Onehunga. from Xew Plymouth about 8.30 a.in., end leaves for the same port at 4 p\m. (train 3 p.m.); Aupouri arrives from Tauranga aboat 8 a.m., and leaves for.samejnort at 5 pjo.; Ngapnhi arrives from Whangarei about 7 p.ml; Kanieri. leaves forWiangarel at 7- jr.m. ; Taaman leaves for WaakaSane; and Tauranga at 7 a.m. Friday: Apanui arrives from the Uorth: about p.m.; Ngaptmlrleaves for Whangaret at 10.30 p^in.; leaves for cury,' Talrua; etc., at 5- p.m.; -Kanlerlarrives from, Whahgarei. . .. . EXPECTED ABRITALH. IndragSlri, s.s., fcom.liondbn,.srla Australia; to Sail February 25 Kaipara,' b.'sl." from jWndon; topsail March. i; due about AprU 28 ■- . . . Kla-, Ora, sj3., from Liverpool; sailed February 23; dne early in April SThaiarua, e.s.,' from New Tork, via Australia, sailed January SO; dne about Aiiril 8 .-'.-... Mftstiona, from New Tork; via Australia; saUed an. 1; due early Nfwarn, b.s., from London, via Australia; sailed Feb. 9 (at Melbourne March 23); due March 23 Icdraleiua, pa., London, via Melbourne and Sydney; sailed" Jan. 29; due about March 28' •■ "." liangton Grange, s.s., from Liverpool, »11-. Ed Feb. 8; dne about April 10 li.toinarii,. s.s., frpin Londou; sailed February 16th; due March 81st < Bucrania, s.s., from New York, via Austra--lian ports; sailed February 11 . Handa lele, barquentlne, from Sydney; sailed Feb. 9 Kavoa, s.s., from Sydney, Fiji, Samoa, and! Tonga; dne Thursday Kairnshire, s.s., from . Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7th; due end of April. JVlmbledon, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 21st; due about end of April. iWalkure, s.s.. from New York; to sail early In April. Di i of Euthven, s.s., from Vancouver, via Fiji; sailed, March 6; due about Aprt 3. _....., Xeddo, s.s., from San Francisco, via Apia; sailed March lo; due about April 10. Utikoia, s.s.j from Sydney; due Sunday IMPORTS. Per Triton, -from Maiden Islandr 1150 tons guano, : - ' EXPORTS. •Per Wlmmera, for Sydney: 10 cases mullet, 29 cases and 5 kegs meats,' BO Xege meats, 34 cases kauri gum, 40 cases frozen flesh, 6 eases meats, 59 sacks sand, 3 empty ammonia cylinders, 29 returned empty hogsheads, I 115 sarfcft pumice sand, 25 kegs beef, €|0 sacks pumice eaurl, 2 empty drums, 60 empty gas tubes, 3 Cases separators, 7 sacks hides, TO bags onions.- 27 packages. 178 sacks I broken glass, 720 sacks pumice sand, 21 sacks pumice sand, 88 rolls lead. 8 cases lead, 3 horses, 24 packages sundries. l ~ PROJECTED DEPASTURES..- "" !FOR FKIBKDLY ISLANDS— Isabel, schooner,. March 28 FOR NiTJE— A Kereru, schooner, March.-26';-. FOR SYDNEY— Mamma, s.e., MbndaF c.a., via longa r -Samoa, _ana -Fijlj -ilarca. 30 ... . Capeßreton,'ts. , ; to-day ■vj^i^^f^" The B.c. Cape--Breton- safl» tor liondon, to-morrow morning. ' The s.s. Squall-left Gtebornefer Limestone Island yesterday. She is expected to arrive at Auckland about Thursday or Frldaji next. The barque Triton arrived from Maiden Island-. yesterday, afternoon. . after, a fine weather wjiich wjis commenced on' Febraafy T'iaßt.'' '"J*"* , " **" '•■ •■ ■- ■ WiiVe -at -GardlfE 4h& ISew- ■ Zealand ping: Company's large cargo_ steamer Opawa took on—board- about 5500 tons of Welsh coal—:thls quantity being sufficient to take her to Kew" Zealand and "back. to tfie very little freight offering, the Opawa, it is stated, has neit to no cargo. I"ne following passengers have booked by the s.B. Victoria, sailing , for the South this afternoon:—For Glsborne: Misses Harp, .Swinleyv Mrs Lamfear, Messrs P. Harris C. Tackle, iamfear. - sEor NSpler: ~'1&lss Mc■Mγ Levy. For Wellington: Messrs E. F. Capper, JX. R. Eweri,' B. S. Robertson and servant- For Lyttelton: Mr and Mrs Miller and child. For Dunedln: Miss Jacobs, 3tlr C. Twlname. For all ports; 23 Steerage.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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