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SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
Moon's Age: First Qnarter, March 29, *39 a.m. ~,- ._- . . Snnset: This evening, 5.54. Sunrise: To-morrow inorning, 6.0. - HIGH-WATER. Auckland:-This evening, 10.54; to-morrow inorning 11.19. - . ■ i, ~<„ Onehunga: To-morrqw morning. 3-4; tomorrow at ternoon, 3.30. Manukau Heads: To-morrow morning, ] 1.44; to-morrow afternoon. 2.10. ...... j Kaipara Heads: To-morrow morning, 5.9; to-morrow afternoon, 3.35. ARRIVALS. YESTERDAY. ' Alma, scow, Soars, from Xgungorn.—B. €. Reynolds, agent. Xgapnhi, s.s., C. W. Cnmmings.- from Whangarei. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Malcom, Mr ana Mrs GoldJe, Sir and Mrs Forbes, Hisses Alison. Sinclair, Anderson,' Lloj-a (2), Pierce. Kinndeln, Mesdaines McLaoghiin, Simpson, Evan, .Crone, Mackie, Harrison, Manning, Ball, Messrs Meldrum, Walker, Lanigan. Bates. Johnson, Valentine, Watts, Trevlthiek, Dyer, S.M., Baker, J. Bollard. . M.P., Dagg, JHeath, Beehre, Nordern, Wyatt, Little, McLean. James, Miller, Buckley. McLaughlin, Bucklahd. Halcombe, IJhberg, Lawson, -Ronntree. Gibbons, Wilson, Fraser, Main. Bawson, Foote, tie Eev. Kirkwood, and 10 steerage.—Northern Co, agentsSquall, s.s., 3. MeKenzie, from Gisborne, Via Limestone Island..—Union Co., agents. Chelmsford. s-s., J. Taw, from the Great Barrier. Passengers: Misses Young. Patterson, MesSames King, Blomfleld, »Messrs Conpland, King, Cairns, Walker, Mock.— Korthera Co., agents. ' ; .... THIS DAT. Baden Powell, s.s., from Whangarel. DEPARTURES. YESTERDAY. Kanieri, s.Sj, T. Meyers, for Whangarel.. Waiptalii, s.s., C. Hopkins, for Tauranga. Tasinan, s.s.. C. Faulkner, fbr Tauranga end Whakataire. THIS DAT. Ngatiawa, s.s., W. Bark, for Opotiki. Takapuna,-s.s., Crawford, for New Plymouth, and Wellington. Passengers: Misses Lyons, Howell, Arnold, Mesdames Home and child, Spurrett, Messrs. Granger, Cheeseborbugh, Dr. Home. Judge iEyreKenny, Rev. Hawkins, Bishop Seßgan, and five steerage.—Union Co., agents. itWION COMPACT'S JIOVEMEiSTS. EAST COAST. To-day — Atna arrives from Wesrjport. Saturday: Squall sails for Tolago Bay ajia Gisborne at noon; Monowai sails for Southirn ports at noon. NORTSEEIf CO.'S arqVESTBXXS. ,_ l _ To-day — Ngapuhi leaves, for. Wia'ngaat 10.30 p.m.; Ch'elnislo'raleaved tor Heronry "Talrua, etc., at 5 p.m.; Eanlerl arrives from iWnangaret. . _■ ..-.( ..,..._., Saturday — Rarawa arrives at Ohehunga Jrom New -Plymouth about -8 a.in.s Ngaptihj arrives from Whangarel; Kanieri leaves ?or Wiangarei at 5.30 p.m. • * VESSEESjasr poet. : Carriccioia, baraue, in stream Iris, H.M.C.S., tn stTeam ... ijsabel, sch., at Hobson-st wharf Thyra, s.s., at railway wharf. Bankfleld, 'barqne. at railway wharf. James Craig, barque, at Hobson-street wharf. . - ... „ , Southern Cross, s.s., at Qneen-st .wharf Hawke's Bay, s.s., at Qneen-st._ wharf Daniel, barque, at Hobson-st. wharf iElo, barquentine. at Railway whar* ,: Triton, barqne, at Eailway wharf 3 Navua, s.s., at Hobson-st. wharf « J.. ■—— 2ii i r , PROJECTED DEPARTURES. FOB FKDBKDIS ISLANDS— !Tsabel r --scho6ner, aiarch 28 FOR NIUE— Kereru, March 26 FOB SYDNEY — Ifarama, Monday litua, 6.5., Tla Tonga, Samoa, and Fiji; March. 30 -, J3ie &s.«Atna. arrives from. W,estport iate to-night - The vessel has 800 tons of coal for Auckland.-.. _ . ~-„_ .. The Tyser "Xiner Hawke's Bay sails for the "Soiifh. "about 4 p.m. tb-asy totSffiplßte •iischarge of her Same cargo. "The sis. Thyra, which has been discharging Australian hardVw.ood , at tH& railway •wharf,. sails for Wellington to-morrow morning. . The s-s. Wanaka arrives in Auckland on Slonday afternoon -from Southern "and. i2ast Coast ports. On. discharge the vessel sails lor Newcastle to-load coal ior New Zealand. THE WAIRUKA. The s.s- Wairuna loads cargo at BlnfE on 'April 3rd, Oamaru on the sth, and Timaru on the 7th, lor Napier, Gisborne, land Aticfcland. The vessel will be. floated into Calliope Dock for cleaning and painting. THE MOKOIA. The s.s. Mokoia, which left Sydney -for Auckland at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, should arrive here on Sunday afternoon nest The vessel has 152 passengers and 330 tonß t>l cargo for Auckland. . . • THE- YEDDO. : The Australian mail steamer Yeado, 'which caned from San Franqisco , en -March -15th for Sydney, via Apia and Auckland, has 2,000,000 ft of lumber and 650 tons of general cargo'for Australian ports, -and-SSO tons pi cargo for Isew Zealand. EXPORTS. Per e.b. Cape Breton, from AucklanS: 687 tales wool, 3652 cases- arid 770 sacks Sauri gnm, -4ID bales ■n«-r_ 21 dumps tow,' -232 casks tallow, ~f>B casks pelts, 19 tales leather, 1679 bags copra, a4S packages : spelter, 851 packages ore, 607 pieces timber, a quantity" of iart, and 41 packages schdcles. Trom Kapier: 8393. bales and 52 pockets wool, 5 bales skins, 655 casks tallow, lOC ibales flax, 12 casks casings, 4 cases casings. IFrom Waitara: 20 casks pelts. From X,yt teltoa: 1523 bales wool, 21 bales flax, 4 Ijales hair, IS9 caskß pelts, 178 "casks tallow. From Wellington: 1530 bales wool; 48 (bales skins, 233 casks tallow, 181 bales flas. iFrom Dnnedin: 1597 bales wool, 895 bales "tow, 290 bales fiai, 118 casks tallow; -12 casks pelts, 8 ".packages sundries. The eteamer ,will be dne In London about May 2&i~ . j
SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
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