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SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909
'Moon's Age: . First Quarter, March 29, 4.10 a.m. Sunset: This evening. 5.55. Sunrise: To-rnorrcw morning, 5.59. HIGH WATER. Auckland: This evening. n.17; to-morrow morning. W.3S. Onehunga: To-morrow morning. 1.23: tomorrow afternoon. 1.48. Maunkau Heads: To-morrow morning, 0.03; to-morrow afternoon. 0.29. Knlpara Heads: To-morrow morning, 1.2.5; to-morrow jifternoon, 1.54. ARRIVALS. ' r YESTERDAY. Jadon.P.iwell. s.s.. from Whangarei. Nor West. scow, from the coast eramll. s,-.,w. rr.-.m '.he const Wairoa, s.s., C. Daniel, from the coast. — Mai'kJow Brothers, -agents. Endeavour, am. ketch, J. Quinn. from Whangarei.— Jagger and Harvey, agents. Ngapuhi. s.s.. C. W. Cuminlngs. from Whaugarel. Passengers: Mr. and MrE. Hilford. ..Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbertson. Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Misses Johnson. Wilson. Edwards. Jack. Hmehinson. Bonnington. Dick. Roberts. Mesdames Henry. HartnHL. Matheson. Wynyard. Hutchinson. Wilson. Jack, Palnifr, Bonnington. Wilkinson. Comiskey, Mnnt. Messrs. Robinson. Oosnell. I'enwarden. Patrick. Skelton, Simpson. Harris and child. Abbot. Williams. Pearson. Cleary. Bonnington. Johnson. Muldroek. Esam. Armstrong. Jack. Lord. Lowes. Kase. Raymond, the Rev. .Tecks. Sir Robert Ijockhart, and 20 steerage.—Northern Co.. agents. THIS DAY. Dandy, scow, from Whangarei. Chelmsford s.s.. .1. Tan-, from Merrnry Bay. Passengers: Miss Tall. Mesdames Ferguson. Nicholson, Mr Hick. —Northern , to., agent?. Clansman, s.s.. McLeod. from Russell. ■ Passengers: Mesdames McCorniack and 2 : children. Gibson. Wright. Misses Kemp (2). E. Flowerday, Corbett, Hay. Messrs F. R. Phillips Hunt Dick. R. B. Clouston. Royal. G. IT ' Gregory. Hill. H. Davis. Irvine. \ Dngcen, Gibson. Yen. Archdeacon Walsh. Rev. W. B. Gillam, and 5 steerage.—Northern Co.. agents. Navua. s.s.. ISI3. J. P. Jordan, from Sydney, via the Islands. Passengers: Mesdames W. C Dean. Willis. Misses E. Keen. P. Fahicius. C. Fahicius, G. Dean. A. Dean, Messrs J. C. Tnderwood. Dunstan. B. Tattersall. Rev. E. Hawker. R. Dean R. Reid. O. Hoflich. Capt. E. J. Allen. S.H. Meredith. A. Benvin. H. Williams. Day, L. ArmStrong, and 10 steerage. —Union Co., agents. DEPARTURES'. YESTERDAY. Vesper, aux. ketch, for Whangarei. May Howard, schooner, for Whangarei. Temrawa. ketch, for Whangarei. Talisman, ketch, for Whangarei. •Kauieri. s.s.. T. Myers, for Whangarei. ■Hero, scow. Francis, for Ngunguru. Glenelg. s.s.. F. Jonas, for Whangarei. Enncrdale, s.s.. 114 S. Cox. <t,ir Greymouth end Sydney. Victoria, s.s.. 2969. .F. G. Entwistle, for East Coast and Southern ports. "UNION COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. Thursday — Monowai arrives from the South: Squall ariiv&s - from Gisborne and Tolog/a Bay. Friday: Atua arrives from Westport. Saturday: Squall satis for .Tolago Bay and Gisborne at noon: Monowai sails for Southern- parts at noon. WEST COAST, Thursday: Rosamond sails for Greymouth at 3 p.m. Friday: Takapuna arrives from New Plymouth, and leaves for New Plymouth and .Wellington at 3 p.m. (2.10 p.m. train). NORTHERN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-day — Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarei at 10.30 p.m ; Waiotail leaves for Great Barrier at midnight; Clansman leaves for Russell, Opua. Whangaroa. and Mangonui at 5 p.m.; Kanieri at rives from Wha-ngarel. Thursday: Waiotahi arrives from Barrier about 5.30 p.m.: Rarawa arrives at Onehunga from New Plymouth about S-30 a.m.. and leaves for the same port at 4 p.m. (train 3 p.m.l; Auponri arrives from Tauranga about 8 a.m., and leaves for same port at 5 p.m.: Ngapuhi arrives from Whangarei about 7 p.m.; Kanieri leaves for Whangarei at 7 p.m.; Tasman leaves for Wbakatane and Tauranga at 7 a.m. Friday: Apanui arrives from the North about 2.30 p.m.: Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarei at 10.30 p.m.; Waiotahi leaves for Mercury Tairua <?tc, at 5 p.m.; Kanieri arrives from Nvhangarei. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Indraghiri, s.s., from London, via Australia; to sail February 25 Kaipara, s.s., from London; to sail March 4; cue about April 23 Kia Ora, s.s., from Liverpool; sailed February 23; due early in April Whakarua, s.s., from New York, via Australia, sailed January 30; due about AJ,«i! 8 liasaona, s.s.. fioin New York: via Australia: sailed an. 1; due early Niwarn, s.s., from Loudon, via Australia; sailed Feb. 9 (at Melbourne March 23); due March 23 Indralema, s.s.. from London, yin Melbourne and Sydney; sailed Jan. 29; due about March 29 Langton Grange, s.s., from Liverpool, sailed Feb. 8; due about April 10 Tokomaru, s.s., from Loudon; sailed February With; due March 31st. Bucrania, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports: sailed February 11 Hauda Isle, barqaentino, from Sydney; sailed Feb. 9 Navua. s.s., from Sydney, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga; due Thursday Nairnshire, s.s.. from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7th; due end of April. Wimbledon, s.s.. from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 21st; due about end of April. Walkure, s.s. from New York; to sail early In April. Den of Rnthven, s.s., from Vancouver, via Fiji; sailed, March 6; due about Apri. 3. Yeddo, s.s., from San Francisco, via Apia; sailed March 15; due about April 10. Mokoia, s.s., from Sydney; due Sunday VESSELS IN PORT. Carricciola. barque, in stream Iris. H.M.C.S., in stream Ysabcl, sch., at Hobson-st. wharf Thyra. s.s., at railway wnarx. Bankneld, barque, at railway wharf. James Craig, barque, at Hobson-street wharf. Southern Cross, s.s., in Graving Dock Cape Breton, s.s.. at railway wharf. Hawke's Bay. s.s.. at Queen-st. wharf Daniel, barque, at Hobson-st. wharf Kio, burquentine. at Railway what* Triton, barque, at Railway wharf Xavua. s.s., at Hobson-st. wharf PROJECTED DEPARTURES. FOR FRIENDLY ISLANDS— Ysabel. schooner. March 28 FOR NICE— Kereru, schooner, March 26 FOR SYDNEY— Marama, s.s., Monday Atua, s.s., via Tonga, Samoa, and Fiji; March 30 IMPORTS. Per Navua—43s4 cases and 401 bunches bananas. 12j cases oranges. 5469 sacks copra, 70 sacks cocoa beans, 62 sacks bottles. 101 casks molasses, 18 sacks cocoacuts, and sundries. - - - THE NAVUA. The s.s. Navua, 1813 tons. Capt. J. Jor dan, arrived at 8 a.m. to-day. She left Sydney on the 3rd Inst, at 4 a.m„ .calling at Lautoka, 'Suva, Levuka, Apia, Mulilauna, V.ivau. HaapaL. .and Nukualofa; left latter port at 4.30 p.m. en 20th ihst., and arrived as above. She experienced strong S.E. winds aud heavy sea between Sydney and Liutoka, thence fine throughout the remainder of the voyage,. . TBE MONOWAI. The s.s. Monowai left Gisborne at 11.30 c.in. t .-.lay, and should arrive at Auckland al".'.it s a.m. to-morrow. The s.>. Gape Brc-taon leaves for London direel at daylight to-morrow, morning. The s.s. Aupourl, which recently grounded at Oixitlki, is <fn tow of the steamers Ngatiuw.i and Tasman, -and arrives here this afternoon. The a.o. I.augt.in Grange, from Liverpool, via Australia, to New Zealand, arrives at Auckland about April 15. The Nairnshire, cm a similar voyage, is due here on May Hi. The Mor.-ryshire leaves L-Uverpoo] for Mciv Zeaiiuid direct or April 24.
SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909
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