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SHIPPING.

'Moon's Age: Blrst Quarter, March. 29, , 4.10 a.m. Sunset: This evening, 5.53. ? To-morrow morning,- 6.1,, . • HIGH WATER. , . (Auckland:. This evening, 11.45; to-morrow, '-«' -soon. — ' — - ■" , s '. Onehnnga: To-morrow morning, 3:45; to.—morrow afternoon, 3.55;.- •-- ■ - ; Slitfiukau Beads: morning, ' ' 2.25; ■ to-morrow afternoon, 2.85. "• ■ js.aipara Heafls:■ - Tis-mprrow morning, , BrpOy to.;Znorrow/ afternoon,-4.0.- .-'.- ....- '* : . ' '. .'" " ARRIVALS. ;.j_. _. _.;... yesterday/. scow, Petersen, from Xgnnguru. Endeavour, aui. ketch, James <Juinn,from and Harvey, events. ...._._ Kanierl, s.s., T. Meyers, from Whangarei Passengers: Messrs J. Martin, H. Taylor, ; W. Mason.-t-rXnrtliern..Co_; agents. THIS BAl\ Akaron, s.s., from Whangrarel. ~ _ •Apanui,.-s.s-, Gibbons, from" the Xorth WXofthern Co., agents. Atua, s.s.,.&fcii, Hblford, from Westpoit-r-: Co.,- agents.- ----- . .. s.s., 2865, H. D. Taryer from . Kew Ypck, via St. Vincent and Australia.— ■ ; A. H. Nnthan and -Co:, agents. •--.-. s.s., -MoLeod, -from Russell, _Wha.ngaroa. and Mangonui. Passengers: . Mesdames R- C.-Wilson,. Xicholson,- -R J. Marshall and child La-CralS; r Sewell' "children. Sarcespn, "Buck, —<- -Misses Lame, Gnbb; Stelir; Seaborn. Oxman, ..-, Eisfera.-Adey,and .jMlnpije, "Messrs EJargesbn^ T. Welick, Lowe, P. Birch, B.- p Tomlin"—etfh,'TfioTtipson; , J.'" , Fallot, RV -"*-Bell;-*33mamieli Edwards, Birch- (3), ' Dt.. ■ : Buck and..-five ■.Bteerage.rr-Northern C 0.,, agents. , r . " DEPARTURES. : YESTERDAY. Glenelg,' s.s'.,' Johas.ifoiS "Wliangarei. Baden-Powell, s.s., for Whangarel. Hawke's Bay, 4583, D. JlcQueen,Ipr Wellington. • TnyTa, 3406,' SSeHson', for- "Wellington. Xgapuhi, s.s., C. W. Cummlnga, for Wha-" szarei,- • • - , Chelmsford,. s.s., John Taw, for Mercury - IBa-y-and Tairua r l THIS' DAY. T '~" Squall."" 8.a.'," 3. "Bentbn, for Glsborne; NORTHBR-IS; CO.'-S-iIOiVEME2JfrS... i*. To-day: Nsajiuhl. irom, Whanga-' h - xel; Kanierl leaves for WiangareJ. at 8.30 ' 'jtf.iri: " 1,1 ' ■ ] Sunday: Rarawa leaves Onehnnga for New Plymouth at 4 p.m. (train 2.30 p.m.) 'Afnpftnjr; r*Tn'ritrm'iiTi "Ip'nvja'g for Opua and Kussell at 7 p.m.; -Apamii leaves for ienni, at ,5 r .oAP,tahi leaves for Tanranga- and jOhiwa- at> 5 p.m.: Chelmsford' leaves 'fdT'Srercury 'Bay, Whangamata and Knaotunu -at J— pjn,; - Xgapuhi leaves for TThangarel at 8 p.m.; Kanierl arrives from . Claymore leaves. (Jnehunga for Raglan and Kawhia,. at 2 p.m. (train 1.10 ».&'.). ' •• ' ' ' ' • - " ■ • V ". : VESSELS IN PORT. --- . «JCarrJt:ccialfl, Jaarque,: in..stream ... _.-, ; . Iris, H.Mrc.St,- In " Tsaßeir Bttt., Tit"HTißson-st wharf Bankneld, barque, at railvray"- wharf. _- James ftrpig, barque, in Graving Dock • . "Cross, s.eit at QueenTSt. wharf Daniel, bar.que, at Hobson-st. wharf ' _ at-TlanTCay Vliar; "■ ■ - Triton, barque, at Railway-- whart •• ■{" ■ : Navna, s.s., -at -Hobson-st. wharf -. \•. "■-Attra , , s:s., it- Hobson-st. vrhart - . S.S., at - Queen-st. wharf; ■ r2iottovs;ai,-S:s.y-it Queen-st wharf - . EXPECTED ABRIVALg. In.ffraghlri, s.s., from Ixindon, via Australia; to" sell February 25 "Katpara, _ s.s., from London; to sail March. 4; due, about April 23 Ei? Ora, s.s., from Liverpool; sailed Febro- •- T afy 23;-'ffu*"etfTiy'"inAprU■---»-= ■ SPhatafua, s.-s>, from,-Sjew ..York, via, Anjtralia, sailed January SO; due about ■ XjSm 9." '- :'T ■' _ . " ' ■ : - l?Jwar«j -s.s., Anstralia; sailed Feb. 9 (at Melbourne Masck 28); .due March 23 v ~"lndi'iifenia, • sii-.', -from - tondon;- via' Mel- ... bQHriiß- anfl Sy.dneyj Balled Jan.. 28; due . .-abjjut ilarci-29 :■• r . .- lidngt'pn I Grange; s.s:, "fifora" ' layerpoQL si U-, - ■ *d' 'Feb. : "S"f-due Jabout- April;' 10 ' ; ' *' ; ' v ' ■' from London; - saile4 -> fiei>- ..- - rnarx-16th; due MaTch 31st. -.. , .'. . Euorauia, s.s.j- from JSew York, via? Austra- • ' lian'ports; sailed' February '11 . • Banda Isle,-barqueiitlne,.from Sydney; sall■eA Feb.O ' -■**.•■ - - " . i -Kalrnshlrg, s-s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailedMardb. 7th; due end of ■"" "'iCprit ■- =- —-'■ - ■v .Wimbledon, ks., Xrnm Xew York, -file Australian, ports; sailed, February 21st; .due '.about end of 4p.rli: "'* ..": , - • IWalkure", s^..-from New York; to sail early "•-- . ln;-.aj£rll: " -.;..;, •.." Den of Ruthven, s.s., from Vancouver, yJa Fiji; sailefl, March 6; due about April ' -.3.; - *_Keddo, s.a.; from San Francisco, via Apia; ,- sailed March Joj.due about April 10. • IToiola, s.s.j from Sydney; due Sunday -: ■ :' DBPAS-TtTBES. - " " TW& PEJENIfLT ISLATTOS-" ■ .- : , - -"SeatieT,- "schobner; March 28 ■ " ". "'-', rzc ..F.Oftt NIU5 —- .-..•.->, i t,- ,- I ' . Kereru, schooner, 26 !- / " FOR .BXDNEY— a.s., Monday ' ' "'vfctna, yla Tonga, Samoa, ana Fiji; ', Jilarcli 30 • ■ -i'M* •■.-:. ;•'. JMEORTS. .. .... ,« iEx ;800.tons coal, • ■■ . Ex. aiasho'na: 700 tone general mer-chan-■aise. : !; . ■■ •■ : ..-Set Wanafca—l6OO'.sacks and bass Atlas jfionr.-— ; T. H. HaU and- C 0.,, - -81 . Th-e. schooner. Walapu proceeded to XoTth Shore io-day for cleaning; The Union Co.'s s.s. Maitni : arrives at Anci4au<l-f«>m .Suva-about-noon »n ilenday. ■ Jhe vessel has 20 p.a.ssehgers, and a fruit " cargfi of 3100 bunches" arid 2300 cases of Saila-naa'.- ■•--.•■ :.-.' --= . ;"?he s.s, Sqnairsaiied for Gteborne direct .. .after noon tQ-day. -Owing, to. tue Vheavy weather," it has been decided not to calf"at-Tblog"a Bay on the'eontliward-lpip, J Slit -that-port Tviil "be visited on the passage" • ■ baek-te Auckland. _ .. • , _•. .' ; »,_ 55ve.5.§.. Wanaka, with eargp tor Southern end-East" Coast pdrts, "atrivea at Glsbdrne ■,'it'B"sCH. ifcwiay, and TWts"expected to ileave -for- Auckland; at- 3-p.m. -She 4g.-<iwe.4iete' _.aljout.S. discharge,, .proceeds to Newcastle to load coal for '"'JSotrtarern'SJ-ew Zeal-antiV-' ■ports. - ' 1:1: .;..l\ „.V ; .'. '. _-: T& fcs.;Mokoiav which, lefjr.Sydn.ej. for' --Auckland at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, should _Br.riy"e "Jn port to-jnorrow aftetioon. The : berths- at -Queen'-st._wiarf. ~-J.y, £.l2.iT: ..4teß-AOHSA. •,.. .„....:, ;"'b%attfiilon;'-C6" r s s.sV'Atua 'arrived. Irdm" i\\ l esrp!)rt--eanly thia meming;-with $00 tons -•of -.coalv-and. .berthecL- at .tSel Hobaoh-^treet wfiarf <The vessel sails for the Isl-ands and "Sydney' oVMarch"" W~.' ' "' -"[ p»h. ; -...- ■TQB-.JIAaRA'IrA. , .•.--.,-,--,; -.--■- IMi'g IlniottCo«.'siine aew-steajner-'MSarama .. left- -Gisbonie; at t afld should ~arrlve'here""by S"a.m".* The departure of the ifacama for Sydn-ey-on'(Mon-day fcis 'been postponed uiitdl 9 p.m. *r:.. -.-L -.. s-s. ~M<»owjil>..s.ail!ng .-for Southern and East Coast ports at 4 p.m.. tq-day, tiikes — TKe" followW'rpassengefs:—For. Glsbdrrie: Misses Currle, Black, Green, Cave, Morice, llesdanjea: Dpds, Stesvart, Aitken, Whit'et and child, Messrs. Stewart, Aitken, ;' Cave, Coutcs.'M. - -WHson- West: -J.- aiurphy. For :_:Xobier: M. HoweFleming. Gomand. For "Wellingtou:. Miss Keene, Messrs. B. ITalOi T;v " tf»»to»>- Vl« fhnmpann For" —jjumiillu: Mii». C umbel laud, -Messrs -Cumberland, Brookes. For all ports: 25 steerage. theTmashoSa. " The steamep- iMa&hona, -2665 tons, of theAmerica- qnd Austaralian arrived at Aifcßaria arT a.in. .to-day,' and, ■ being, granted pratique, berCted. at the Queenstreet wJiarf. The -vessel sailed from Kew Sort *n ■■ ■January -1, α-raived •at'St. 1 Vincent rrth'rahdirff Melbourae OB.Maroh 6. ■Sydney was left at 0.30 pjn. on Satui-day, ■fine-wr'eStheii.ljSinsreSpSrieucecJ tar tisJhßt "day or two*- <>a the morning o£ snrong win<B wittf-Jffiavy rain..'jroui-.'"Hie, SjS ■E->-Tver& encaunteped, ~*he gale, eontiuuin" throu.gh.ont and-Fridtry;:"»« J oaibOAca.-a33jej--e.asßl-..taii TOO" tons of cargo-for Auckland, and should •this be discharged vessel may -ieqve-to-morrow.for-'tke tgontli to ,cpinm>re GaS-S. ». Tarver has with' iCt'm the -^w&fflcwiV-HBti-'Mrr.H^'ltoßerti; pecondV Mr. C. ißleeeliaiore; tMrd, Mr. U,

Deakin; chief engineer, Mr. H. Terriss; second engineer, Mr. F. Alcock; third engineer, Sir. C. Cochrane.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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