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SHIPPING.

a Moon's Age l Full Moon, April 6, 7.58 S* This evening 0.40, fcmnrlse: To-morrow morning, 6.9. ■ _ . HIGH WATER. CVenln^7 -l: to-morrow •8 «- a lH'S"_ llcada : , To-jnorrow morning, «.*>,-to-morrow eveuinjr, 10 2 . Ejaipara Heads: To-morrow morning, 1L10; to-morrow evening, 1L27, *«"■* " i' ARRIVALS, SATURDAY. w»'t I "? n i' m'-l" *• JWlpon. from Mercury ffaSSi n te S'.„ Fraser - Stanton, Messrs. Smw»"JSi,'' B, s: 6rer - Darcey. Gordon, McDnff, Miller, Grenville, Hays, Raw Will 'NlchoWon.—Xortherh'' Co., no-n'S 1 " 1 »• B ' s " E ' st epbenson. from Whangarei. Passengers: Mr. and Mrs Nelson Misses Nelson, Ryan. Cain, Porter King' Eundon, Holland, Mawhinney, Mclnues "SSSE Mesdames- .W&ks. Boult : eo „, and chlld i Sale . Colebrook, Leathart,- .Clow, Messrs. Couperfhwajte Lee, -McKay, Alwood, MeLeod. Clow, McLebd Hescpct, ■Dunk, Hyde, ' Stevenson, Bur.- . roughs,. Johnston, Coiegrove, Mason, .Gardner, Jackson, Brooks, Rogers.. Foote. Atkinson, McArthur, Mattrass. Smith, Kevte Phillips,-McKee-, Weeks, Cadman Taylor .Sergeant-Majors Cheater and Cardale and eight steerage.—Northern Co., ageuts.' SUNDAY. " -" • Akarqa, s.s., from Wliangarer ' >V W ff oa 's- s '^ C ' Daniel.,from the coast.Macklow Brothers agents Tally-ho, scow, Peterson, from Nguhgiiru. —F ; J. Foote and Co., agents. - -Olenelg s.s.. F.. Jonas, from Whangarei. I—James Smith and Co., agents ann |- t '■ J C £TT: L-.Vasta, from Whdngapoua—Ford Shipping Line, agents. ■ _rrokomani, s ,& C23S, Macfle, from Lon-i - Nath<lll and C 0.,. Limited, | aeß ttS*''" a ' ris ] nai 7 Jam^'Quinn. "^o»'--Whaßgam.—Jagger ana Harvey, i

Paeroa, s.s., E. H. Goertz, from Parenga-' ?litfr Passengers.: Miss Jobns, Messrs. A. Kapa. Sophia, j. c. Holm, W. Wells, Singer, Kenworth, Rakich.— Northern Co., agents. .

'-A^L° T , a - r- , T - '**■ C-'hudley. from Liverpool.—L. D. Nathan aud Co., Limited -agents. •_- - - ■• --- - -■ -

Den. .bl Buthven- 5.5... .4337. P. Singer from Vancouver and Suva. —X de Schrvter, agent. .'■."' •>

Wimmera, s.s., 3022, William Waller, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdames Howard, Coad, L. A. Chaflln, Cullen. E. S, Matthews, Carnegie, SHtchbury, D. A. Peacock Dawson, W. Reid, Armstrong, Barnett and two children, Sproul, Atkin, Callow Simpson, Gerrllrig. Spry, Robertson, Misses Tletgen, Nash, Fry- Spong, -Allnuft. Chattin Beresfned, Matthews (2). .. Paige, Armstrong, Daunt, F. Price, Gamble, Bark Messrs. F: Chilllngworth, W. J. Lawson W. D. Ulphy W. Coad, Howard, J. A 'Wotton, PhlHips. (2), Fuller, W. -G. Dingle S Mulr, E. McKay, H. Carter, T.- Keenan, E. GII--mour, Carnegie, T. Kerin, B. VVa'tkins. J.■B. Atkins. T; Carey,'"A. X Collins J. Sinclair, O. A. Johnson, C. O. Mcßurney, G. Coghlll, Dawson, .Reid, Sproul, Atkin. Robertson. Fitzroy, Dye Lewis, Armstrong, Barnett, Fay, LnWton, McGregor. Dr. It. P. Orbell, and' 76 steerage.—L. D. Nathan and Co., Limited,; agents.

Victoria, 2569, F. G. Entwisle. from v Southern and East Coast 1 ports. Passenger's: " Mesdames : Morton, - Harris and two children, Sinclair, O'Connor, Bicknell, Wilkins and-infant,- "Williams, Warbrlek, Tan' ncr, Bruce, Misses Carpenter, Brewer, Harris, Niven, Cullen, Warnock, Cuthbertson; fiyan, Lockwood (2), Crawford, Pettie, Judd, Wallace, Morton, Finlayson. Messrs, L. NlchoUs, 3. Boss, R. Sinclair. R. Clark, t_J.Niv.en, G. Walker, J. W. Brodie, SweOtapple, McKay, Pithcaitkly, P.ink. Bold, Warnock, P. Hurdie, Loomb, J. Dalgetty, A, Glllman, W. Carswell R. Peterson, C Sherriff, Judd, R. Broadfield, Jones, Cave, K. Flemmiiig, ■ McFarquhar. Tanner,--<Pi Harris, J. Reeve, Leslie, Edwards. A. Finlayson, C. -J. O'Keefe. Donghurst, Woodall. Captain Matthews, Major Mair, and 49 steerage.-—L. D. Nathan, and Co., Limited, ' 'agents. THIS DAY. Niwaru', s.s., 6443, H. Hollis, from London and Australia.—Heather, Boberton and Co., Limited, agents. - (DEPARTURES. SATURDAY. Indralema, s.s., 6660, T. Trol ter, for -Napier, Wellington, and the South. Whakarua. s.s., 6440, J. C. Felgate, for Gisborne, Wellington, and the South. Havoc; scow, E. Wellson, for Ngunguru. SUNDAY. Moai scow, Scott, for the, coast. Kanieri, s.s., T. Myers, for. W v b&hgarei. Rio, barquentine, 289, D. Joknatone, for Mercury Bay and Sydney. Pendle HUI, barqnentine, 222, B. Owens, fcr Tairua. and Sydney. . May Howard, auxiliary schooner, Thomas Jones, for "the coast. Kororai three-masted scow, Isaac Corbett. j tor Hokianga. Young Bungaree, s.s., G. Laiety, for Mercury Bay. ~ • THIS DAY. Tutanekai. Govt, s.s., Post, for Cape Brett."Cheiasfdrd. s.s., J. Taw, for Whangaroa, 1 • IHohdura, etc. NOBTHBRN COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. To-day: Kanieri arrives from Whangarei Town Wharf about 5 p.m.; Waiotahi leaves for Opotiki and Ohiwa at 5 p.m. ; Ngatiawa leaves - for Ttturanga at 5 ixm.; Apauui .Jeaves for Mercury.. Bay., Kuaotunu, Whangapoua and Tairua at 9 p.m. ; Clansman leaves'lbr-Russell, Opua, Whangaroa and Mangonui -at "6 p.m.; Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarei at 9.30 p.m. , Tuesday Ttlniii le&ves Onehunga for - -Kawhia,- New Plymouth, Opunake and Wanganui at'l'p.in. (train, 12.10) ; Rarawa ar--slves at- Onehunga from New Plymouth .about 8.30. a.m„ .and leaves again for same I port at 3 p.m. (train, '2.i0) ; Kanieri leaves - for -Whangarel -Town Wiiarf at p.m. ; <.Ngapuhi arrives, from Whangarei about 5 p.m.; Paeroa leaves for Whanahaki, Tutu"kaka,.etc, at 1 p.mWednesday:. Apanui leaves for Great Bar-

Tier at midnight; Claymore arrives at Onehunga from. Raglan and Kawhia early; Kanieri arrives from Whangarel Town Wharf about 6.30 p.m.; Ngapnhi leaves for .Whangarei at 1£.30 p.m. ; Ngatiawa arrives from Tauranga about 8 a.m.; Apanui arrives from Mercury. Bay, Kuaotunu, Wbangapoua ami Tairua at 6.30 p.m. Thursday r Ngatiawa leaves for Whangarei at 8 p.m.; Ngapuhi arrives from Whangarei about 6.30 p.m. ; Apanui arrives from Great Barrier about 5.30 p.m;;" Ra-

rawa arrives at Onehunga from New Ply.xuouth about 8.30 a.nj-, and leaves again for same port at 3 p.m. (train 2.10) ; Claymore leaves Onehunga for Hokianga at 3 p.m. (train 2.10) ; Apanui leaves for Tauranga at 5 p.m. - .., Friday.: .Clansman arrives from Russell,

Opua, Whangaroa, and Mahgohui about 6 ""a'.fff.'j NgKtlawa arrives from --Whangarei • about 3 p.m.; ■ .Ngapuhi leaves, lor Whangarel at 10-.30 p.m. ; Waiotahi arrives from Opotiki about 8.a.m.", Chelmsford ar- ■ rives from Awanui, Houhora, Walharara, at 'ISO P--m.- —

UNION COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS, EAST COAST. -

Tuesday-:--BoEomiko.„arriv£s from Newcastle ; Maital arrives from Westport. castle; Maitai arrives from Westport; Flora arrives from- Gisborne, via Whangarel.

Flora sails for Gisborne, Napier, "Wellington, and Nelsoti, at's p.m. Thursday . Hauroto arrives from Bast Pacific; -Monowal arrives .from Southern ports; Squall arrives from Tolago Bay and Gisborne. ' Saturday: Walruna arrives from Bluff, Ocmaru, Timaru; Mokola arrives from Southern ports; Monowai sails for South"em pbi-ts at noon:; Squall -sails for Tolago Bay and Gisborne at noon. WEST COAST. Friday: Rotoiti arrives from New Plymouth' and Wellington, ana leaves for New Plymouth" at 3 p.m. '(train, 2.10). ... VESSELS. IN PORT. _ Iris, H.M.C.S.. in-stream '* Banksfield," barque, at Railway wharf Southern Cross, s.sj, at Queen-6t. .wharf Triton, barque, at Railway wharf Navua, s.B„ m stream l Selwyn Craig, barquentine, at Hobson-st. . ; whayf '~" .'-,.". .'; '.'"'"'." " -/' lima, barquentine, at Chelsea Aldebaran,'barque.. Jn, Stream .' Nlwaru, s.s., at Queen-sti' wharf"'.. Kia Ora, s.s,, at Queen-st. wharf Tokomaru, s.s., in stream •Den of Huthven, s.s., at Railway wharf Victoria, S.S.; at Hobson-st. wharf.' iTOfiaimera, s.s., at jetty

H'UDDART, PARKER AND CO.'S MOVEMENTS. Monday: .Victoria leaves, for Sydney .at 5.30 p.m. Tuesday.: Wimmera leaves for Southern poets at 3 p.m. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Indraghirl, s.s., from London, via Australia; sailed March 30 Kaipara, s.s., from London; sailed March 6; due about April 23 Langton Grange, s.s. from Liverpool; sailed Feb. S; due about April 7 1 Bucranlh, s.s., from New York,'via Australian ports; sailed February 11 Nairnshire, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7th; due Mas 10 Wimbledon, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports: sailed February 21st; due about April 28 Walkure, s.s.. from New York; to sail early tn April.

Yeddo, s.s.. from San Francisco, via Apia; sailed March 15; due about April 10. . Maheno, s.s,. from Sydney, Sunday Mimlro, s.s., from London, via Australia; sailed March 12; due about May 6 Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sail-

Ed March 31 Louisa Craig, barque, from Newcastle; Sailed - Joseph Craig, barquentine, from Sydney; sailed April 3 •Star of Scotland, s.s,. from London; sailed April 2.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. FOR BYDNEY— Mokoia, s.s., Monday

FOR FIJI— Malta!, s.s., April 14 FOR RAROTONGA AND TAHITI— Hauroto, s.s., April 14 IMPORTS. _ Per Den of Ruthven, from Vancouver: oO.OOOft lumber, 1500 bunches bauanus. Per Kin Ora, from Liverpool; 3718 tons general merchandise. Per Tokomaru, from London: 2300 tons general merchandise and 150 tons of explosives.

Per. Victoria, frbm the South: 5134 sacks wheat, 660 sacks grass seed, 1070 sacks oats ££ ? a £ ks > m loo ' s > 10 ° Ws, and lo sacks Uos) fiour, 198 sacks brau, 180 sacks pollard, 50 sacks malt, 646 sacks potatoes, 175 gunnies onions,, 30 sacks calf food 5 sacks rolled oats, 58 cases tea, 8 bales paper, 75 cases and 6 casks soap, 160 cases matches, 29 packages ranges, 438 cases meats, 21 packages biscuits and confectionery, 40 cases starch, 400 sacks manure, 200 cases preserved milk. 28 cases bacou, i« casks glue pieces, 39 cases cheeße, 260 cases butter, 23 packages rope. 195 bags figs, 5 dumps skins, .18 sacks, 59 drUms, and 10 tins tallow 155 bars iron, 11 rolls wire netting, U bales ieather, .20 packages oils, 6 cases cigarettes and tobacco 40 packages woollens, 28 hogsheads, 28 barrels and 10 cases ale and stout, 4 horses, 1 ambulance wagon, and sundries.

. 'Per Wlmmera-, from Sydney: 160 bales hessian cloth, 1570 bales fibre, 158 sacks bark, 215 bags peanuts, 300 sacks and 160 bags bonedust, 486 sacks manure, 925 boxes candles, 220 cases soap, 82 packages sultanas, 450 cases schnapps, 185 lengths pipe, 240 cases sardines, 33 bales corks, 40 cases liqueur, 173 bales bottles, 820 loose bricks, 20 bundles cune, 80 cases chlorate of potash, 18 cases rubbers, 70 cases salmon, 107 cases'drugs, 46 cases tobacco, 22 tubes C.A. gas 65 kegs cream of tartar, lo cases cocoanuts, 15 cases vermouth, 10 baleß cornsacks, 10 cases preserved fruits, 30 bags chaff, 24 cases emulsion, 9 cases and 12 barrels oil, 28 packages periodicals, 46 ingots tin, 19 cases phono, goods, 88 sacks, seeds, 86 bags.and 100. cases wax, 607 packages tea, 88 bags 44t\ mats, and 200 sacks rice, 97, .pIPCS.S hardwood timber, 21 eases fruit, 46 ingots tins, and a large quantity of sundries.

The Government steamer Tutftuekel left •Auckland at 6 a.m. this morniug. with material for the Cape Brett ■ lighthouse, .

The s.s. Squall arrived at Glsbome at 6 a.m. to day, and leaves at 6 p.m. to night for Auckland. She should arrive here oh Wednesday.

The barquentine Rio sailed yesterday morning for' Jdetcury Bay in tdw 6f the s.s. Young Bungaree, to load timber for Sydney. At the latter port the ship loads hardwood for .Dunedin.

Tfte s.s. Wimmera arrived from Sydney at noon yesterday and berthed at Quaystreet Jetty No. 2. Moderate weather was experienced on the trip over., The Wlmmera sails for Southern and East Coast ports to-morrow afternoon.

The Huddart Parker steamer Victoria arrived from Southern and East Coast ports yesterday. The Victoria' sails for Sydtiey at 5.30 p.m. to-day; with the following passengers:... Misses Young, lTrestrall, Weeks, McPherson, Buchanan', Freedinan (2),' Graham, Brooks; Ward, Hunter, Smith, Phillip (2), Benson Short, Matheson, .Teufclnß (2), Roden, Mcßae, Clement, McManus. Mes. dames Titheradge, Scott," Weeks, Buchauau, 7 Freed.maii aud child, Jones, White, Forsyth, Phillips, Adams, Gordon, jolly, Adams, Sfmson and child, Henderson, Corr, Page, Peatt, Short, Baxter,. Matheson,. Baiid, Tester, Hall, Carrlck, Puge, Messrs. A. Eady, C. W. Crops, G. Roberts, J. T. Gordon, MUterj- Falkiner, Burness, Titheradge, J. Hauua,"~T. Poyd, A. Baker, J. Watson, W. Montgomery, W. R. W. Scotts, H. J. Weeks, Longden. Spiers, J. R. Wheeler, Garner, J. J. Cox, C. R. Kerr, Ellis, Colebrodk, J. H. Newman. J. Turner, H. McKay, Roe, Prießtley, Berryman, 3. Welborue, T. W. Moroney, Short (2), Freedman, R. T. Taylor, R. W-aterwortb,. E, Jones, J. Hall, Morris (2). White, Forsyth, C. Mitchell, K. Hodgson, R. H. Adams, 3. S; Phillips, H. Jolly, H. Simeon, W. Henderson, Tester, O. Drlscoll, H. Whitford, W. Sharpe, G. Manning, T, V. Carrick, G. H. McKenzie, J.. Harris, H. B. Waterworth; Rev. R. A. Macdouald, Col. Graham, Captain H. D. Scott, Masters Ereedman (2), Graham, and 101 steerage. THE NIWARD. The Tyser Hner Nlwaru arrived from London early this morning, and berthed at Queen-street Wharf. The vessel left liondon on February 10, and after a spell of bad weather in the English Channel, did some good steaming in the North Atlantic, averaging 300 to 318 miles per day for eleten consecutive days. The Cape of Good; Hope was passed on March 3, Heard Island (South Indian Ocean) on March 12, and Melbourne reached on- March 22, after a. passage of 30 days 11 hours. Shortly after passing Heard' Island ' the ' vessel' encountered a strong gale, with hail ana snow Showers. Sydney was left on March 31, and port made as above. Ou discharge here ; the NHvaru leaves for the South.

THE EOBOHIKO. The Union Co.'s s.s. Koromjko leaves Gishorne to-morrow morning, and should arrive here on Wednesday afternoon. THE FLORA. The Union Co.'s s.s. Flora should reach Limestone Island (Whangarei) to-day from Gisborne, and arrives here to-morrow night. The vessel leaves for the South on Wednesday afternoon, as advertised. DEN OF ROTHVEX. The s.s. Den of Ruthven, Captain P. Singer, arrived from Vancouver, via Suva, at 7 a.m. yesterday, berthing at the Rail•way Wharf. Moderate winds and seas were met with on the trip to Fiji, and fine weather thence to Auckland. The vessel leaves for Wellington at 4 p.m. this afternoon. THE KIA ORA. The Shaw Savili and Albion steamer Kin Drd arrived from Liverpool direct at 1 p.m. yesterday, and berthed at Queenstreet Wharf. The vessel left Liverpool on February 20, and experienced fine Weather oh the trip out, the only exceptions being gales off the Cape of Good Hope,. and oft Tasmania for four days. The journey was covered in 42 days 1 hour 12 minutes, the average being 317 miles per day at 13,25 knots. Tbe bt it day's run was 340 miles, and the smallest 278 miles. On discbarge of her Auckland cargo the Kia Ora leaves for the South. ; . . " THE TOKOMARU. The Shdw-Savill aud Albion steamer Tokomaru, arrived from London direct yesterday, and anchored ln the powder ground to discharge a shipment of 150 tons of explosives. The vessel left London on February 12, passed Teneriffe on February 18. aud the Cape of Good Hope on March 8. In the Soutberu Ocean several Icebergs were sighted between meridians 80 and HIS E, in latitude 51 south. -The whole voyage wns characterised by moderate weather until within 300 miles west of the "Snares, where a heavy .S.E. gale was encountered. The New Zealand Coast was sighted a few miles South of the Nuggets, and squally weather was experienced up the coast. The Tokomaru berths at t!he Railway Wharf at 5.30 p.m: to-day. She has a large quantity of cargo for New Zealand, 1000 tons being for Auckland.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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