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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age; Last Quarter, April 14, 2.0

Snnser: This evening. 5.38. j Sunrise: To-morrow morning, 6.10. HIGH WATER. Auckland: This evening, 1.37: to-morrow morning. 7.53. Onehunga: To-morrow morning, 11.40: tomorrow evenlns. 11.55. Mauukau Heads: To-morrow morning, 10._u: to-morrow evening 10.38. Kaipara Heads: To-morrow morning, 11.45; io-morro«- evening, l>.3_ ARRIVALS. YESTEBDAY. Sr»l! a s.s.. K. Sel!ar=. from Mercury Bay. >—Loyland-O'Brien Timber Company, agents. Kanieri. s.s., T. Meyers, from Whangarei Passengers: Messrs. Payne. F. Foster, W. Finlay. H. Bennett, IL Thomas.—Northern Co.. agents. Akaroa, s.s.. Parker, from Mangawai.—-Parker-Lamb Timber Company, agents. Y-'iiDg Bnngaree. s.s.. G. Lalety. from Mercury Bay.—Devonport Ferry Company, Dandy, scow. R. McKinlay, from Whangapoun. — Kauri Timber Co.. agents. Excelsior, auxlffary scow. Biddick. from ■Tairua.— Ford Shipping Live, agents. THIS DAT. Flora, s.s., from Gisborne and Wbangarel. DEPARTURES. YESTERDAY. Victoria, E.s, i!96n, F. G. Entwisle, for Eyduey. Baden-Powell, s.s.. H. Peterson, for "Wbargarci. Xgapuhi, s.s, E. Stephenson, for Whangarei. C'.ansman. s.s., T. Htvultain, for Rnsse.'i and Dj.iia. Waiotahi s.s.. C. Hopkins, for Tauranga. Apanui. s.s . J. Wilson, for Mercury Bay, Knaorunu. Whangapoua. and Tairua. Rambler, scow, Carpenter, for the coast. THIS DAY. Paeroa. s.s., E. H. S. Goertz, for Whananaki. etc. Wimmera. s.s., ?/>22. W. Walker, for Dunedin. via ports. Passengers: —For Glsborne: Misses rilcher. Atkinson, A. E. Chappell. Ivi!. Atkinson, Mesdames Atkinson, O'Connor. Robertson, Colllson, Cummings. Messrs. Ilowricn. Sale Robinson, Atkinson and boy, F. Vosper, McNeil!. Prime, Eastgate. McJlalioc. Andrews. Coleman, Bayliss. Hussey, P. Hunt. Rev. Fr. Ormond. For Napier: Mr= Creeks Mr. W. A. Robertson. F.or Wellington: Miss Bell. For Lyttelton: Miss Gnrd'ner. Mr. .1. Stone. For Dunedin: Miss Wade. Mr. H. Williams. For all ports: Co steerage. The s.s. Victoria sailed for Sydney at 8.40 o'clock last evening. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Indrapbiri. s.s., from London, via Australia;

sailed March 30 „.,,,,._ Kaipara. s.s., from London; sailed March. 6; due about April 23 Lancton Grange, s.s. from Liverpool; sailed Feb. S: due about April 7 •Bucrania, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 11 [Nairnshire, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March. 7th; due May

10 Wimbledon, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports: sailed February 21st; due

about April SS Wslkure, s.s.. from New York; to sail early

it April. Yeddo, s.s.. from San Francisco, via Apia;

sailed March 15; due about April 10. Mabeno, 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 SI ILouisa Craig, barque, from Newcastle:

sailed Joseph. Craig, barquentine, from Sydney;

sailed Apdl 3 gtar of Scotland, s.s_ from London; sailed April 2. PROJECTED DEPARTURES, FOR SYDNEY— H •Mokoia. s.s., Monday FOR FIJI— liaitai, s.s., April 14 FOR RAROTONGA AND TAHITI-! Hauroto, s.s_ April 14 ' -; — - VESSELS.IN POST, Iris, H.M.c.s., in stream Banks-field, barque, at Railway wharf Southern Cross, s.s., at Queen-st. wharf Triton, barque, at Railway .wharf Navua, s.s., in stream Selwyn Craig, barquentine, at Hobson-st.

wharf lima, barquentine, at Chelsea Niwaru. s.s., at Queen-st. wharf Kia Ora, s.s., at" Queeh-st. wharf Tokomaru, s.s.. in stream Den of Kutiven, s.s., at Railway wharf UNION COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. To-day: Koromiko arrives from Newcastle; Maitai arrives from Westport; Flora arrives from Gisborne, via Whangarei. Wednesday: Flora sails for Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, and Nelson, at 5 p.m. Thursday: Hauroto arrives from East Pacific ; Monowai arrives' from Southern ports; Squall arrives from Tolago Bay and Gisborne. Saturday: Wairuna arrives from Bluff, Oamara, Timaru ; Mokoia arrives from Southern ports; Mouowai sails for Southern ports at noon : Squall sails for Tolago Bay and Glsborne at noon. WEST COAST. Friday: Rotoiti arrives from New Plymouth and Wellington, and leaves for New Plymouth at 3 p.m. (train, 2.10). NORTHERN COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. To-day: Kanieri leaves for Whangarei Town Wharf at 6.30 p.m.; Ngapuhi arrives from Whangarei about 5 p.m. Wednesday : Apanul leaves for Great Barrier at midnight; Claymore arrives at Onehunga from Raglan and Kawhia early; Kanieri arrives from Whangarei Town Wharf about 6.30 p.m. ; Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarei at 10.30 p.m. ; Ngatiawa arrives from Tauranga about S a.m. ; Apanui arrives from Mercury Bay, Kuaotunu, Whangapoua and Tairua at 6.30 p.m.

Thursday: Ngatiawa leaves for Whangarei at 8 p.m. : Ngapuhi arrives from Whangarei about 6.30 p.m.; Apanul arrives from Great Barrier about 5.30 p.m. ; Rarawa "arrives at Onehunga -from New Plymouth about 5.30 a.m., 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 Mangonui about 6 a.m. : Ngatiawa arrives from Whangarei about 3 p.m. : Ngapnhl leaves for Whangarei at 10.30 p.m. ; Waiotahi arrives from Opotikl about 8 a.m. ; Chelmsford arrives from Awanui, Houhora, Waiharara, ar 1.30 p.m.

Tbe s.s. Flora arrived from Glsborne aud Whangarei tbits afternoon.

The s.s. Whakatane arrived at Monte Video on Saturday last from .Wellington, en route for Loudon. EXPORTS. Per Victoria, for Sydney: 4 cases kanri gum, 21 bags antimony ore, 81 cases kacrl gum 20 empty hogsheads. 22 drums gas liquor. 15 gas tubes, 110 sacks sand, 1 case drapery, 14 returned empty gas tubes, 28 packages sardines, 35 cases meats, 4 empty cylinders 73 sacks and 5 bales fungus, 1 case sauce. 36 bales hemp. 1 motor car, 51 sacks broken glass, 3 cases oil engine, 1 case phono, goods, S horses, 125 pieces timber, oo packages sundries. For Melbourne: 55 sacks pumice sand, 22 packages sundries.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 82, 6 April 1909

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