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SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909
-Moon'-s Age; Last Quarter,. April 14, 2.0 n.m. Snnset: This evening, 5.24. Sunrise: 'Jo-morrow morning-, 6.19. .""i, HIGH WATER; ' 'Auckland:' This' evening, 2J31; to-morrow morning, 3.2. .. Onehunga: To-morrow morning, 6.49; tomorrow evening, 7.21. ■ Manuknu Heads: To-morrow morning, 5.27; to-indrrow afternoon, 0.1. Kaipara Heads: To-morrow mortiirig, '6.52; tO-morrOiv evening, "7.26." " j•■.- ■ ■ ARRIVALS. * ' YESTERDAY^ i ' Kanleri, s.s., T. Meyers, ffom Whangarei. Passengers: Messrs Cronin, JleClennoc, ileInroe.—Northern Co., agents. THIS DAY. Claymore, s.s., E. liorling, from Raglan end Kawhia. .; Landerdale, s.s., from the South.—'Bond asd Sell, agents. DEPARTURES. - --- YE STEED AT. I Dandy-, scow, for Whangapoua. Ngapuhi,., s.s., E. Siephenson, vTTiangarei. Waiotahi, s.s., C. Hopkins, rfor Opotiki and Obiwn. Bankflelds. barque, S3u, H. Douglas, for Hokianga and STtluey^ Selwyn Craig,-iarcjueatine, 486, H. Smith, for Newcastle. Haere, scow, C. i?age,- for Tanranga. Greyhound, a.s.s., H.\ Subritzkys-for thi Jfortli.. _ . . ;J> Paeroa, s.s., E. H. Goertz, for the Great Barrier. i THIS DAT. Claymore, E.s., JS. Dorling, for Hokianga. EXPECTED ARFaVALS. . Infiraghiri. s.s.. from London, via Australia; sailed March 30; due about May 31 'Kaipara, s.s., from London; sailed March, 6; due about April 23 Bncrania, s.s., from New York, via Anstralian ports; sailed February 11; due early Nalrnshlre, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March 7th; due May 10 (Wimbledon, s.s., from New' York, via Aue- - trallan-ports; sailed February 21st; due-. ■' about April 2S iWalkure, s.s. frdia New York; to isall early tn April. Mimiro, s.s., from London, via Australia; sailed March 12; due about May 6 Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed March 31 3oseph Craig, barquentine, from Sydney; sailed April 3 - Btar of Scotland, s.s., from New Tort, via Australia; sailed April 2; due about June Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed April 1 ■ CFietoria, s.s., from Sydney; due Sunday night. PROJECTED DEPASTURES. FOX SYDNEY— 3 "! IWimmera, s.s., Moaday FOR LONDON— Buteshire, a.s. early (Lytteiton final port). VESSELS IN PORT. Iris, H.M.C.S., in stream Southern Cross, s.s., at Queen-st. wharf ffriton, barque, at Railway wharf KaTua, s.s., in stream Hampstead, s.s., at Railway Wharf. Koromiko, s.s., at Hobson-street Wharf, iLangton Grange, e.s., at Railway wharf Tutanekai, s.s., at Queen-street wharf. (Wairuoa, "s-s., at Queen-st. wharf Louisa Craig, barque, at Hobson-st. -wharf ißona, iarqne, at Bobson-et.. wharf Kaeo, a.s.S., at Hobson-street Wharf Extension. . . •Inga, at Quay-street Jetty. BTairburn, a.s.s., at Queen-street iwharf, ', UNION COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. Friday: Waikare arrives from Southern jsorts; Rotolti arrives from New Plymouth and Wellington, and leaves for New Plymouth, at 3 p.m. (2.10 train). . . . Saturday: Waikare leaves for Southern ports at noon; Squall" leaves for Gisborne end Tolago Bay .at noon. HUDDART PARKER .MOVEMENTS. Sunday: Victoria arrives from Sydney; iWimmera. arrives from South. Monday: Wimmera calls for Sydney at 6.30 p.m. Tuesday? Victoria leaves for fibutu at' 3 p.m. NORTHERN CO.'S MOVEMENTS. To-day — Ngapuhi arrives from. WhanKarei about 9.30 p.m.; .Paeroa arrives from Great Barrier about C.30 p.m.; Paeroa leaves for Te Kao and Parenga at midnight; Ngatiawa, leaves for Tauranga at 5 P-ni- . . -.'..- Friday: Apanjil leaves for Mercury Bay and Talma at 7 p.m.; Ngapuhi leaves for Whangarel .at 9.30 p.m.; Kanleri arrives from Whangarei. town wharf about mid--night; Tasman Jeaves for Whakatane at 2 p.m.; Chelmsford arrives from Awanul, Houhdra, "Walhara, Whangaroa, and~ Mangonul 6bout 6 p.m. -,->'.- The barquentine Selwyn Craig sailed for Keweilstle In ballast- yesterday' afternoon. The 5.3. Victoria left Sydney last evening, and, should arrive here on Sunday night next. The barque Banksfield sailed for Hokianga to load timber- for Sydney yesterday afterjaoon. f ■-• .. . . The s-S. fr>anderdale, with a full cargo of produce, arrived from the South, this after- '.'._..:. • The s.s; Waikare is expected to arrive from the South about 9 a.m.. to-mcirrow, having left Gisborne at 10 a.m. to-day. The ketch ijVnnie has been sold to an : Invereargill syndicate, ■ Mho ■ will utilise the .vessel as a trawler. The barque Aldebaran changed her b=rth from Chelsea -to the Hobson-street wharf extension, this morning. She will.load timber for Sydney direct. The subsidy granted by the New Zealand Government to the Alley line for the maintenance of the- New Zealahd-*Canad!ah steamship service having bfeen terminated the steamer Den of Ruthven will discontinue that run. The yessel has been chartered by the New Zealand Shipping Company to load wool, hemp, grain, etc., in New Zealand for London... .
SHIPPING., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909
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