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SHIPPING.

' "Moon's AgerFnll jjoonTrAp'ril 6,'7.5S a-m."" Sunset': Thfeevemngj 5.47. -■ To-morroTr mornins, 6^ "■ : ,."~.,T .7,JSJ G .H WATEB.~" • - AnciTandf'Tnis' 3*.B^-to-nioriow, ■*"~zziz '■"• "' ■ ••" ■■ -> i - "w ■ ~ • ... Qnefmnjra: Toymorrow- morning; '7.-12; to-.-.»aw>lzaWie.veiiing,..7.S2. ..j. i. '.... -- ■ ■ . Maankau Heads': To-mprrow morning, "" β-ii; -i'o- morrow /evening, 6.32.' "•■♦ ''KsipaW- ■■Heads:'Tfr-morrpir • morning, - "-lU-7; ■to-morrow. evening, T.oi. < :_~*Ll...- .-.:. ..... . . .. \'JUaz-<. .:.-_,: _.yesterday. ;; ; . ■ --» Eaiel* Weilsp scow,jfrom."WhangareU i"' ■ Eaden Powell, s.s.,- from •Whangarei. -•- -pendle" Hill,' barquentfh'e, J 222; B. Owens, -froai Sydney and- Whangarei.—T.Hender-•-eon, - agent. ■ •■ • .-- Kqrora, threerinaffted Isaac. Cprbett, frdm Hofciahga and the Great Barrier.— Ford ■■ShlEpfiig - Line; .agea'tsl Xgapahi. s.s.-, C.. W; _ 'Cnmmings, from ' Whengarei. ' Paaengers,i Mr. and Mrs. Snell. Misses Revburn, Frodsham, Marshall. Hemp- ' ' ton, 'Main,. Carr, Blumhardt, 3rulgrove.Har•lis, Blssett, Speer, ilesdames Curtis, - Bilirngtoh, MalSrJotalson, -Sheirrlnfr. Bamsbottom. Davv;..Condi3i), aud gilld. King, Charles. Dent. Bentley. Messrs. Johneon, BursiS^a."oEQlißSon r cooper. Slatter, Bentley, Frodsham, Abrecht, Hutchlnps. Long, Cooper,. Graham. McKay, Kemp, Hemus. Armstrong, Spears, Sillingtoc. Cable, and 13 steerage.—Xorthern Co., . . ..».= ~ . THIS DAT. Apanui, s.s., Gibbons, from Mercury Bay and Whangamata. Passengers: -Mesdames Gordon, Wells, Hutchison, Messrs. I'-'-ifatehlsea, Waiter, LHolton, "Wallace,. Huwi.-Dr. Gordon.-^Northern Co.', agents. Clansman, s.s., McLeod, froni Bussell,Whangaroa, and-~3t£flngonui. Passengers^-I iiesdames McAuley, McKeown. P. Woods*.! Mules and: 5 -eliiiaren.'-E. iStephenson, don and child. Cowan, Misses Aldertop; •Gould, Atkinson, Hobson, Carlyle, iMessrs. '"" Cfeagne" Melville, Lane. Eade. G. Black, Gordon,' C. Kemp, Ciiristensen, Mcßae, F. X Kemp, J. AT~SlHfer, Canon Gould. Key. ■R. Gosnell, Cape E. Stephenson.—Northern Co,'agents; :" :.."" .._.'.:.*."»—l--—.^ $ DEPABTUBES. TESTEBDAY. , £Sea^iT,-ieo3Eiiior::~Whan£B;.Eei.;:_:;. .-- Glenelg, S-β., Jonas;.for Whangarei. • Bndeavonr. am. Setch, for Whangarei- i Young Bungaree, s.s., G. Laiety, fot Whangarei. ".. James Craig, barque,. 646, .W. Ni.gle. for (Wnaiigarji and Sydney. i NORTHERN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-dsly: Kgapuliliea-ses "for IWningarei at 0.30 p.m.; Ohelmsford leaves for the Great Barrier at midnight; -Kanleri arrives from Wfiangarel Town WHarf; Claymore arrives at Onehunga from Raglan and KawMa. early; Clansman, leaves for Bussell, WJiangaroa, and Maugonul at 5 P-in. ThnredSK Waiotehl arrives Jrpm JTautanga about 8 a.m. and leaves for tauranga afSpi; Barawa arrives-at Onehunga from New Plymouth about 8-30 a.m., and leaves for the same' port" *i 3 p.m. (train 2.10 p.m.); Ngapuhl arrives from Whangarei; Chelmsfora arrives from the Barrier about C.30 p.m.; Claymore leaves Onehnnga Cior :HoManga_at:3.Jß-m, r (traln 2.1(> PJn.); Kanieri leaves for Wnangarei Town Wharf at 5 p.m. Friday: Ngapnhl leaves for Whangarei; "Waiotali leaves for Mercury Bay and Ta:rua zt 8 p.m.: Kanieri arrives from Whan-\OeWfei.-Tof?n l W****--': , ! C _. _J EUDDiABT, PABKEB AND CO/S MOVB- • '■ - - • Sunday: Victoria arrives from Southern "ports; Wimmera arrives from Sydney. Monday: Victoria leaves for Sydney at B.SO p.m. .--..._. Tuesday.: 'Wimmera leaves for Southern. pcriS'aJiSrpai&JOT ?-v - : c : ■", ~\~ "UNION CO.'S ~ MOVEMENTS. BAST OoXsf.' Thursday: Wanaka leaves for Newcastle (meantime). '•' '- ' ' " S:'l."- _*V , ■ .TJunsdav: Waikare arrives from Sonth-ern , ' ports; Squalf arrives' frdm TSlago' Bay endj Satarda?: "Walkare' leaves'' for Southern ports at noon; Squall leases for Tolago Bay emd Gisbom-e at/n6dh. -iY-::L.vr~. ~.z fjs^iSPA^v........ ■-■. Friday Takapima/lirrives from Sew Piymooth and leaves for New -parniouth at 3 p.m. (2J.0 train). IN,POBT. Iris, H.M.C.E., in stream"' Bankfield, barque at railway wharf. Southern Cross, 'twj.,- kl "Xjneen-Bt; wnftrf RUi». barqnsptlne, at Railway wnai* " " Triton, barque, at Railway wharf » . c.5-, at Calliope Dock. "Slokdla, sis.; at' Queen-Street w.harf Wanaka, at Queen-street whaxf TntaneksL Govt. s.s.,"af Queen-street wharf Navna,.s.a., in stream Pendie'Hlil,"DarqueflOne, in;stream -EXPECTED ARRIVALS. '" s«s., from -linSoa;-via Australia; to sail Febrnary 25 Kaipara, s.s., from Londonf to -sail Maruh. 4; due about April 23 zEiaCOrius.fi., fronr Liverpool; sailed February 23; due eailyln I Whakaxua, s.s,. from. J«ew York, via Australia; sailed January " 30; due about Thursday . - Niwaru, from London, via. Australia; " 'V March. 23); "- =dne'AVril ?■«••»• - •»> • ■ ~ . Indralema, s.s.. from. London, . via Melbourne and"SydMT; sailed January 29; ; dne Wednesday . . .... Langton" Grange; s;s., irom Liverpool, at lied Feb. 8; due about, April 10 . Tokomaru. s.s., from London; sailed Feb- .--•' rnary,-16th;.due JOarco 31 " Bucrania, s.s.,~from JXewYork, via Anstra-Uaa-ports;-sailed Jf.ebrnarj^jl Eanda Isle, barqnentme; from Sydney; sailed Feb. 9 . , • ••• • " Nairnshire, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7ta; due end ol April. ■Wimbledon, s.s., from New Tori, via. Australian ports; .February 21st; due j about end of April. tWalkjn-ev s:s>; irom; New, Xorkj to -sailearly tn April." - r .....,-. Den ot Ro.th.ven f _-s.s., from Vancouver, via \ Fiji? sailed" Marcjref due"aDout April 3. leddQ».E.B., from San Francisco, via Apia; " • — - sailed March -i5;-o"ne about '• April 10. Wimmera, b.s., from Sydney, Sunday „ , JPBOJECTED DEPASTURES- . -.-.-"" FO-B ; ' T. ''" '. Kereru, schooner, March 26 _ FOB SYDNEY— Victoria, Monday FOR FIJI— -■ ■' Maitai, r , April Si ~-- . -' . FOR RAROTONGA ANi> r TAHITI^ ~ x _ r s;s.;;-xpni 14 ------ .=. -. . . The barque James Craig sailed for "Wiian- ,.- garel in tow jesterday, to load timber for _ . Sydney. : Tlie s.s. TJandertale loads proance sft - Tlmaru on April 3rd, and Oamarn on April • sth,- for Napier, and Auckland. . I . . ; The s.s, Mashona wfll be floated out of .GaUiOpe JPoek tblmorrow, and sails for the South 'to complete discharge. - ..- ■ - -The "steajrier LangtonGrange, from Liverpool, via Australia, to -New Zealand, is expected to leave Sydney for Auckland on Friday next . " - .'. bifqtieimne" Penaie" Sill (Captain' Owens)- arrived in Auckland from Sydneyf •=•-.•< via-Whangarei, yesterday afternoon with a 1 ..- P.art cargo of 1500 sleenerk for this port. - THE WANAKA. —— ~Rj* -Coaipanys_-s.B;- Watraka-'eaaß for Ivewcastle at 10 a.m. to-morrow"to loaff coal.ior-WelUngto lautfiyttelton. THE WAIKARE. ■ - Tne-tMonXoJe s.s..Waikare left Gisborne Tor AuckTana at 10 a.m. to-day,-ane should arrive iere about 8 a.m. to-morrow. '-'THE raJSAMOND , . - - "*"* •tt/ Th X.S !J S ?I? "5 9 -' § -- (?,;, - mer . Bosamond left Westport for Oneiunga at Hi'^m.' to-day, and shonldijeach Fritey afternoon. aaie.-^essel.ias-iaVruHrioad^f - mmmsm • inosTonrnisut." _. ; ! ,ux ftere to-

. -. THE XOtTISA CRAIG. . Tie- barque Lonisa praig. of tlie jCralg tine.T has: bow left being tie first of this line to get in the race across . , the TaEmUn sea. LIXERS__AT._C_APIi MARIA. "Ttro large steamers (the second a Tyser Jiner> passed Cape Maria van Dlemen at 3 a.m. and" 6.30 a.m. respectively to-day. ' These are most probably both Tyser' ste'am"ers, the Indralema aad the Wliatania. the former fia-vlng been expected this eTening and. the other tOTmorrow afternoon. The ' Indraleiea is bound, from London, via Australia, and th£j AThakarei from New York, via Australia. Both vessels shouid make port to-night.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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