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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age: Last Quarter. April 14. 2.0 a.m. Sunset: This evening. 5.32. Sunrise: To-morrow morning, 6.14. HIGH WATER. Auckland: This evening. 10.13; to-morrow inorultig. 1n.37. 1 C'ehunga: To-morrow morning, 2.22; to-n..-r.-...x afternoon. 2.4' i. Manukau Heads: To-morrow morning, 1.2: t"-niorrow afternoon. 1.20. Kalj.nra Henis: To-morrow morning. to-morrow afternoon, 2.51. ARRIVALS. THURSDAY. Ncrnpnhi. s «.. E. Stephenson, from Wha-Bg.ir.-i. Passengers: Mr am! Mrs. Houghton nii.l child. Mr. and .Mrs. I-'reeke and chii- -&■:,•:.. Mr. au.l Mr*. Howlett. Mr. and Mrs. Terr.-it. Mr. nnd Mrs. I>i key. Mr. and Mrs. Nun. Mr. ami Mrs. Dickeson. Misses Carter, Horni'tuan, .Mathews, Vazey, Rowe. SkerriiiEt'.n. i'.irru:h. Griffiths, Whlltaker.

Mil;:--. Sper-.r. Mathews. I'owrlell, Mesdames TayL.r. Henderson. Baden, York. Lamoud, I>. .'iie. Ramsey. Christie, 'McLeod. Edge, Weils, itcid. Preston. Atkinson. Mclan. Donaldson. Williams, Walters, Hanson, Bul--I'-:.. iJa.le. Illlford. Messrs. Bullen. McGlashan, Greenslade. Dewar, Williams, Lewis, C'Hllin, Reynolds. WeKster, .s.-cl. Bradlcv. Atkinson, H.trdv. Wells, T.-ivlor. M-Indoe. McMillan. White. JohnF..n. Kirkhrid-, Clnustnu. Miller. Weir. Cond hi. lio.igs.in, Peacock. Dignan. Clarke. 'Marshall. Morgan. Schmidt. Martin. Eng-L-imi. Wells, Allen. Fooie. Srouy. Fellich, Lyon. S.-arth. Cangen. Lindsay. Kosorlch, Civike. Shepherd. Swain. Spence. Harding. M.-M-.m, M....i1v. Stirling. Robinson. Nankcrvi: r. Jamipson. Chadwick, Garland. Good. Dickinson. Ransou. Robinson. Alison. North. Gale. 11 Whangarei bowlers, the E"v. r.nmonil. the Rev. Harrison, and 22 steerage.—Northern Co., agents. Kanieri. s.s.. T. Meyers, from Whang-arel. iPassengers: Messrs. Dnlton. McOorquind.i:... I.o.ice. Wilson. Scope, Gordon, Walker, Sno..k. Ross, <le Chiia. Harrick. Grattry, I'errln. 'Dijon, Sniirh. Vaile. Knight, Mnrston. ilorne, Perkins, Johnstone. Hall. Hutchinson, de Wear. Smallfield, Buncher. —'Northern Co.. agents. NVatiawa, s.s.. W. Hark, from the Great Barrier.—Northern Co., agents. YESTERDAY. r'lansmnn. s.s.. T. Haulrain. from Russell. Opua, Whangaroa. and Mangonui. Passengers : Mesdames Callender. Ruddock. Read anil girl. Spragg. Dawson. W. O. Mountain, Kipa. <". Mountain. Misses Adamson. Moginie. Thomas. Smeath. Florance, D. Mountain. Craham. Itigden, Noyes (4), Messrs. Reynolds. J. l'orteous. A." R. Benjamin. E. M. Garrett. J. Morris, Harwood, Warm. Cater. J. Lcueath. W. B. Morris, Slvtield, Dawes. S. Dove. Woolfield, J. Begg, J. Lee. li. Gow. E. Cross, Halliday, W. Irvin<r. T. M. Lane, J. 11. Harvey. Longstaff. Fpeedv. \v. J. Wheeler. G. Mountain. H. F. Cook, .1. Daly, G. Barker, Ryan. Curhbert, J. A. Cook and boy. and seven steerage. — Northern Co.. agents.

Ngatiawa, s.s., W. Bark, from Whangarei. Pas-sengers : Misses Cottingham, Keigreen, Vegler. Wells. Posser. Middiam. Archibald, Stew,?rt. Dogwood, Schnackenberg, Neary. Slessis. Fry. Wood. Leagh, Baker, Fawcett Reld. illlllugton. Nicholson, Swanfield, Tot hill. Christie. Blnstead, Henry, Colledge, Marsrlpn, and five steerage.—Northern Co. agents.

Tasmai. s.s.. C Faulkner, from Whakatane. llhiwa, and Tauratga. Passengers: Mesdames Kenning. Clare, Slyfield. Misses Coohey, Gibb. Roberts. Messrs. Skinner, Flaxman. U'N'eil. Mason. Nicholson. Newsham. Isaac. Roundtree. J. Dods. J. Ross. C. Baker. Clare. Master Clare.—Northern Co., agents.

Chelmsford, s.s.. John Taw, from Awanui. Waiharar_a. and Houhora. Passengers:. lipsdaaips K<>nworth. Kennv. Hawker |21, Jliss Williams, Messrs. Still. Gilbrick, Puckey, Policjt, Kenthouse, Garrett, Reid. Kenuer. Wood. Cooper, Stanley, .1. Hutching.*. Wells. Rainer, 11. Ilutchings. W. Lees. Hutley. Radish and sis Austrians. — Northern Co.. agents. Clenelg, s.s.. F. Jonas, from Whangarei. -— Smith and Co.. agents. Baden-Powell, s.s., 11. Peterson, from Whangarei.—Northern Coal Company, agents. Paeroa. s.s.. E. H. Goertz. from the North. Passengers: Mrs. Donovan and two children. —Northern Co., agents. THIS DAY. Clansman, s.s.. E. McLeod, from Mangonul, Wliangaroa. and Russell. Passenger* : Misses Adamson, Moginie, Thomas, Kipa. Ridgen. liraham. Smeath, Florauce, M.-sdames Calander. Dawson, Garrett. Read and daughter. Mountain, Kipa, Spragg, Ruddock, Snowden, Messrs. Speedy, Wheeler. Benjamin, Lane, Gow, Cross, Ilnliiday, Woodham. J. Beggs, Mountain, C'O'it and son, Smeath, Daly, Dames, Har-»-»<i. Warm. H. F. Cook, Irving, Longstaff, Remolds. Dove, Lilyfield. Lee, Harvey Porieous. Morris. Nixon, Morris, Rev. Biidd. and three sterrage.—Northern Co., ag en ts. DEPARTURES. THURSDAY. Den of Ruthven, s.s., 4937, P. Singer, for Wellington. Ngutiawa. s.s.. W. Bark- for Whangarei. Apanui. s.s.. J. Wilson, for Tanranga. Welcome, scow, A. Donoran, for Tairua- / YESTERDAY. Kla Ora, s.s., 6550, T. H. Chudley, for Wellington. .^ Ngapuht, s.s., E. Stephenson, for WhaTHIS DAY. Monowal, s.s., 3433, J. Robertson, for Dunedin, via ports. Passengers for Glsborne : Messrs. Atwood, N. Beere, Wastings. Hart, Nicholson, Marfiltt, Brooking, Mesdames Dixon and infant, Ward and children. McLean, Messrs. J. E. Thomson, Stevens, Finlavson, Captain Chrlsp. For Napier- Mesdames Norris, Whiteman, F. Clark. Messrs. A. K. Briggs. 1". Clarke. For Wellington: Miss Ronald, Mesdames Nisbet. Snon.grass, Seamer and infant, Seamer. Snodgrass, Lemin, Wesley, Ma-ter Tawha'i. For Lyttelton : Misses Nrrse Cburchouse. Carpenter, Mesdames Biirkl'and, G. Fletcher. Ail ports: 20 steerage. EXPECTED AKEIVALS. Indraghlrl. s.s., from London, via Australia; sailed March 30: dne about May 31 » t&aipara. s.s-, from London; sailed March. 6; due about April 23 Bucrania. s.s., from New York, via Australian ports: sailed February 11; due early Nairnshire, s-s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March Tth; due May 10 gvimbledon, s.s., from New York, via Australian ports: sailed February 21st; due about April 2S .■Wa'knre, s.s. from New York; to sail early in April. Yeddo, s.s.. Trom San Francisco, Tia Apia; sailed March 15: due Maheno, s.s., from Sydney, Sunday ilimiro. s.s., from London, via Australia; sailed March 12; due about May G Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed March 31 iLouisa Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed Joseph Craig, barquentine, from Sydney; sailed April 3 Star of Si-.itland. s.s., from New York, via Australia; sailed April 2; due about June

PROJECTED DEPASTURES. FOR SIDNEY— IMokoia, s.s., Monday FOR FIJI— llaltai. s.s., April 14 FOR RAROTONGA AND TAHITI— Hauroto. s.s., April 14 FOR LONDON— Bu'.eshire, s.s. early (Lyttelton final port). VESSELS IX PORT. Iris. H.M-c.s., In stream Baiitefieiii, barque, at Kailway wliarf Southern Cruss, s.s., at Queen-st. wharf Triton, baique. at Railway wharf Navua, s.s., in stream H2ui|istead. s.s., at Railway "Wharf. Maitai. <..-. at Queen-street Wharf. Knroiniku. *.a., at Hobson-street Wnatf. Selwju Craig, barquentine, at Hobson-st. n barf 3::j -a- barquentine. at Chelsea Kia ura. s.s.. at Queen-st. wharf rokomaru. s.s.. at Railway wharf Hanroto. s s.. at Hobson-s't. wharf •L-r.iiKion Grange, s.s.. at Railway wharf '.tanekai, s.s.. at Queen-street wharf. th| lU tf/ s '*' Mon °wai sailed for ihe South mi* afternoon. velu.M»' J*™, ° ra SiUled for lac je.-i.-raa> morning. I arrive from <^ beDO „ ma T be e *pected to Thl ? « J , ° P ' T about noon to-morrow. to-day »'„*S iR ,L' ft tHsborne at 3 a.m. berth ~ iS ur to -niorrow. She v.'ill nertn at Hobson-street wharf. THE SUEZ MAIL. _Wlana: f M?ss I C 0 s n - *" KeW

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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