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SHIPPING.

Arc: Last Quarter, April 14, CO | *nas«: This e-enir- 3.3 T. ; *---*'--• lo morrow morniac. 6.11. HIGH WATER. Auckland: Tliis evening. 5.13: to-morrow Jnom:r.g. S.S3. Onetmpa: To-morroxr morning, 0.1S; to-Msnck.-.u Heads: fo-morrnw morcinp. ■U-Jj-: tv-morrow c-vminn. 11.16. ixs.ipar& Heads: To-morrew moraine. to-morrow :ifteru->un. 0.4 L ARRIVAL?. I TESTERIXiY. • s>.. Jonas. from Wbangsrej. Baden Fo-welL 5.5.. Petersen .froni Wha.ogarei. . . Trjrr.r. s< "-.w. P A. Miller, from Tairua Fora Sblpp'nc Lice. arr^nTs. Msv Howard, .is.?.. Thomas Jones, from ;Wa3ngarei. — Master, agen:. Njsr';:Vi. s.s.. n. jTcpiioDsou. from Wla- j Bgarei Passcnc*-:-*: Mr. ana Mrs. Tnyp. ! Misses K»r. Eilinrhsm. Aid-Twn. Mesdaines K-γ. Aiiu*:n- ■n, <"• McComl-M-, r>a]st->n. ' Ks = n:. s . E. ("ittlrllii. VT Costeiio ! Pearce. Cntforth. ::nd child. Mason.'! C!eav.'kno. UarrtMn and iihild. i iWsrs. l-i.-kmer-'. Cjrirr. r>avis. Rnstworrii. ! Bsrsi. tc. i. E. •-...-. MaTier. Dick"-! Frc. Et-ts. Kγ rca-.in. A,*-r. Xeill. Spec iv. ' Kii-en. H'f>". W. <_\>steUo. PlA'.sT..'.. H. R. «v~ k. •. Fraser. Csrryer. L-f. ! }i-K-..z.-. K:v-.i. rtraißlpy, <iose. Sl<>ane j Olxrke. Cois»-i:. Frroomflt-ld. Street, j Jarr.lMwi. HrofessiT Wrasgo, and 16 stt-er- \ ££~.— Nrrtfceru *"a.. agents, j Xzs-Jawa. s=. W. Hark, from Opntikl and I Tsursaffn. Misses Frissell. Fits- ! F.errMl. Wo.xif.trd. (treen. Day i2i, ' ?■!>■?■!.: re.-s Martin rYau.si.in. G.'dkin Butter : ?-.-.;:•-:.and. M:kf>..;.. WVhl.. Mwsrs. H..JI. V\ =rl. SiMirra-i. MVkolson. P.nws..n rres.=- i -- ). Z'-,-r-ny. AVi]<vju Samlerson.' Kin». . liraaT, Rnltoa. T>av.-Northern Co., I i = :- =. ) Tlil? DAT. I Hanjj»t»al, s>., Bell, from Christ-! Bia? Inlsad. Ms-.ra:. m, KBW, J P. Jordan, from Jfs^'.r , —faioa in. scents. I K-r...iiiiio. s.s.. 24T:>. Cbrisp. from New-, css-'if Napier, asd Gis^rQe.—Tnion C 0.., Waim*hi. s.s. ". Hopkins, from Tauranea. ' Passengers: Mesdsmfs Don. Meers a;>d~ 4 i!i-»? .lames. '"ni'ness, Murphy IVij«»n. Oilm'-T.-. Ir-n-in. Bi?rf. iHiilliiv?. iv !i itrcil. Wrigley. L-rd. Smith. Lloyd i CorhM.. Davis. M.-Grr.go-. roJlia, S. Djrraga, j B-»-.:;jt.. Northern C\. acents. j DEPARTURE?. YESTERDAY. ; st--\.~. > . E. Pillars, for the -coast. Ts.lT.bn scow. f..r the roast. Lri;i=]-on, p.s . for Uip coas'l. Tsiismgn n-f>w f..r Whsniiarel. Xtwam. s=.. R44?.. H. HolHs. for Gishorne j PTid Wellin^rnn. 8.5.. T. Meyers, for Wliangarei. isravo, £•■■>«■, a. Nelson..(pr Ngungnru. THIS DAT. Dacil.T. M-i'W. for lie coast. CNION COMrANT'S MOVEMENTS. EAST COAST. ; Wednesday: Flora s.iiis for Glsborae. Na.| p-ler. Wel'.ington. aud Nelson, at 5 p.m. TirrsJay: Hin:.-.-n arrlTes from Esst Parisr: Mon-"»wal arrives SAntbern porrs; '. i&quall arrivos £ro«u Xui&go Bay G'3- • ZjorT:- . I ?ann-33y: VTairtina arrfv.-s from Blnff, J Oisi-. Tim.-s-rn: Moknia arrives from .?ont.b- ' crn ports; Mr,:,, wai :.aila for Southern pons : £T norm: S.7llS]] sails fur Tolaxo Bay and i Gisborae a: noon. WEST COAST. Fridiiy: Takapmaa arrives from New Plr-In.-Miih 2.!-i Wellington, and leaves for New Kjmonth at a p.m. (trafn. S.U). KOETHEEX COiIPANTS MOVEIIE-VTS. I i'--dar; Apanci h-ares for Creai Barrtrr I Et midpjgijl: K;ii,ieri arriias from 'whan~a'- ' -e>. Turn \V]ia.-f aluvoi 6.»1 p.m.- Ncapi: , !' lea-es for Weansarei ai 10.Su p.m.:'l-tnni - cr-rre? fro=a Mer-nry Bar. Knaornrm, Vha-cg-spoua and 3'elma at 6.30 p.m. i Thursday -gaiiawa leaves for r ' iis nprel at S p.m. : Ngapnhi arrives Jrota V. hargarp'. sbwr G-30 p.m.; Apanni arrives, from Great I'.ir-ier about 5.30 p.m.: -Ra-; ri.va arr:vpi, ;_; u&ehtmga. from New Plyabout 1 and leaves again 1 . ?a- r>ort a: 3 p.m. (train 2.10) : Clayr :•.• ]t;-« teehnnga. tor Hoklacga at "3 I r- v. i:.iia 2.1'1l ; Apanui leaves for i at i> p.m. I Friday : Clansman arrives from Russell ; Opi:a, U'ljanseroa. and Mengonni abont 6 ; an-,. : N;a:la\va arrives from Whangarei ■ £i>cut !'• n.m. : Ncapuhl leaves for Wha- i ngare! £t 10.30 p.m.: WaJotahi arrives < from Op-'iiki abcur S a.m.: Chelmsford ar-, riies Jr.'in Awaoiii, Houhora, Waiharara ' iv. .1,50 p.m. _ Ti? s.s. Mniiai arrived from TTestport 1 eariT this niiTuing-. She sails for Fiji on tie 'f\h insi. I The *.s. Wairaaa will leave Timarn tn-iuwnw. and shouid sr: "■-■' fcere •μ-j .Monday ;t;jrht i>esT. i lie s-s. Hampstead. which arrived from] Christmas Island to-day, has 2150 tons 1 phospcsie for discharge at the Bluff. In addiTlon to a for Anct-' lend. ; Ttp p s. Takapnr.a is coming tip from ■R"ellinfrt«in and Nt-a- PiymoulU to Oneannen ! or. Friday next j n plare of the Kotoiti. and , tvt ■ 1 also make The next Monday trip from: OnehuDcn. Tie Rotoiti i« relieving tbe j Arsbnra In the Westport trade for a fetv' day>. I 1 b« C-ivernment steamer Tutanekai call-' ed at Cspp Brett yesterday mornlne with E>STer:al for llie new lighthouse. "Owing t« the r tn>Qs swe:!. however, it was iuipissible to land the cargo at the Cape. \ to 'he ?tranier renirneil'to Kussell. Tlie, Tatsnakei was t.> leave Rnssell for Auct : "si ■:" this morning, and Iβ expected Xo arrive' bere ro-nighi. The s s. Flora, whirh arrived from Gisbor ie. \;a ports, yesterday afternoon, brought the following passengers: Misses j Hayes. Snidri Searle MooreT Mesdames | <"««:■,:. ir.-i-k»-:l and two children. Halton' and iwo (-h:!iln-u. Searie. Copeiacd Messrs.' Wiison. \ i.-k:iu. Hatton. A. B. Williams. | Tf.!:L;. Neiswi Reetly. P.arrinston. The Fora sat:s for Glsborcf. via ports, at 5 : o'rlofk 'his eveninc, iritin? the following pass&!.cer>:—Miss JL Orr. Mesdames Jones, &od infant, de Montalk. Messrs. de Montalt, G. Bt:;. A. Williams, and 5 steerage". Alter '.jSsborae. the Flora proceeds on■rn Niji'fr. Wr:l:u»toa. and Nelson to dis-■ charge .-. gnantity of lime, loaded at I.ime-1 ei'ine Island. Tkf j.s. Hanipstead arrived from Christ-1 mas Is ; s:d. via Newcastle, early this morn- ] iz;z. aft> r an uneventful weather passage. 1 The An.-elfcrui fiassengexs by the 4 .peiu. wui'-h vessel arrived at W-ellingron j from I.■-•'Ion. Capetown, and Hobart last] ri:rh:. w!!! tranship To the RotoiTi, due at' Onehucea on Friday next The Roapehu's ; Aurkiand tvill come forward | in I ho iiokoia, expected here on Sunday ( box:. 1- is very proUabl* that before ioag theTasmanian timber trade with New Zealand ™;.i !■•_■ plavf-d en a much more satisfac-1 lury basis than hitherto. TasmanJaa ex-: pnrttr- alii New Zealand importers have: c-iuarks the Melbourne •'Arsus"j both leUj Tb.- n.-.-t .f a n-inilar service, so that <-.rder- •■.in be promptly p\ecuted. and it h::> : :-sr.-i,irrd that p.rf.et'iiatious for forming; r. -yndicnte of iiaercuanrs in the Dominion s- ■'. Ts<!iianian exporters for the purpose. o: rnuninc a pteamer of their own in the] -.-.'.-• ! M' IK-e;! brought to a successful trraiiaaJinn. The steamer, which will be ?]■;.■ -.i rarry abont 15(X> tons dead weight,. ;- rwina pro<ured from England, and the; vosf.'] :- irt he delivered at Albany abont June next It is slated to be the Intent:"n "I 'h>' indicate to f.tso employ g <?!!i!p: In the coal-carryinp trade between! A .sirs'.:* and Now Zealand. IMPORTS. Per H.impstead. from Christmas Island: jr.vi ;ona rork phosphate.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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