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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age: Last Quarter, April 14,' 2.0 g.xn. - ■_""" ■'"" --'■'"■•—r ■»--.- :.. - ... ySunset: This-.evening,- 5.23. Sunrisei To-morrow, .mprarag,- ,6.20; ■' ' ~T, high' wXTer: '." :' ':' "AticSlarid: This "evening, 3.35r"t0-morrow morning, 4.10. •- -..•■-.-■ i.-■- .... ...- ... Onehunga: .Tc-mojrr.o.ry.'raorning, 7.55; tomorrow evening, 5.26."" '. '. . .'.'-.'' ''Manukau" Heads: To-morrow- morning, 6.35; to-morrow .aftern00n,..7.6.';.. ' \-.;' ■ Kaipara Heads: To-morrow" morning, B.Q;" to-indrrbw evening, 8.3 L ■ " — -.-y w-.'- . - ABSXVAX.S-. _. : ' : . ■ y XESTEEDAr. . ". - . ' - Ampknra, New .Zealand Govt, trainingchip, ~Soo '_ tons; "Catitiiih: G. -Hooper, from ■Wellrngton, via ports. -S - ..----'- Ngapnhi, s.s., E. Stephenson, fromyWhangarei; . Passengers: Mr.. ; and Mrs* ■ McLaughlin and family-©), Mesdaines'Wrig'lit, aKDufE, Gager,' Hansen, Gentry, Carey, Wilson-and children Carey, Misses Telly, McCallongh, Going, Maclndoe (2); Strugcell, Messrs. Coulthard. Saunders, -Griff, Campbell, -Harvey, -Philips, Steward,-Bach, Jackson. Irving, McGee, Ahifeld, F. Foote, Foote, Edminson. Evan's,. Cutfenh; "Davidsonv McLeod. Smith, . Hinds, IVia-.vter (2), Wxlgnt, Carey,,-. Merizies the Revs Isitt, Wilson, Dr. Savage, Eden cricket' teSm' {11), and 13" •steerage.—Nor-theni-Co.. aceats.. -•. -. '. -►>.- -, , ...... Ngatlawa, s.s.-,-W. Bark,- from Tauranga. Passengers: 'Hesdames Clareborough,' Bull, Rose, Hopper, Foster and-child, Misses Rose, Keally, the Revs. Hopper and Father Brown, Messrs." H'amoiuT and-.boy, : Carr, Caddy.—Northern -Co.. -agents. -. : ; . - .; ;. Apanui, J. Wilson,' Jrom Mercury Pay, - Kuaotunu.' and . Whangamaita; - : ,Pas- , sengers: Mts. Norton and child, Miss 1 Regan, Messrs.". McCarthy,. Hoy. Nicholson, Master Norton. —Northern. Co., agents. Stella, s:s:, E. Sellars, from the ; coasfc— . !Leyl"ahd-o"Brren~Timber Co., agents; : r:' | THIS DAY: -'•■- ■ • '.;• . Waikare. 5.5.,-SO7l, J. Bernech-.. from •Dunedin. via ports." Passengers | Misses Bamburv, Cowiei Smckey, BufiiS, Ewindlev, Wanace"(2), SneU; Kent- (2),- ! Friar (2), Mesdames JJeady - and... 3 boys, Elackburne Springay and child, Messrs. Melkle", S*cankliii, ," Dickson, "Robertson, Auckland cricket team (H), Kehtv Redr, etone, Ford. Bragato. Steerage: Mesdames Coffee. Hart,. Carter, Messrs, Barton, Hallett Mussb, Nicholas. Constable Scott, Ratcliffe" and child, Roach,. Trestair; - Norris, Hbbotson, Scobe, Johnson, (Tait Bnrch. v-.Union Co., asents. ■— -; .y -- v-, : -■■ . .-".-.■. ''-DEPARTpKES.' . "• " . YESTERDAY. "' ' '.'_'''■ "Alma, ecoWi for the coasC Alert, scow, for the coast. : ". Baden-Powelli s.s., Petersen, for WhangaXeu- - .' . , :.. - ; -' Langton Grange, s.s., 5503, Greaves, for Wellington and the South. s.s., W. Bark,, for Tauranga. Kanieri, s.s., T. Meyers, for. Whangarei. Paeroa, E. H, Goertz, for Te Kao and'Parengaiensa. .' . . ::, • Ranger, scow, C. for Whangaparapara. ;. .. ,-.. . . THIS DAY. Amokura, N.Z. Govt training ship, 800 tons, Captain G. Hooper, for Whangaroa. '-- -Sonthern Cross,--s.s.-,,403, W. Sinker,.,for Norfolk Island and Melanesia. ,-, Passengers: Misses Hurse, Palmer. Hawkes, KinS'ey, Gavey, Camdler, Parrot, Anderson, NobbSj Evans, Christian, Harrington, -Mesdames "Wilson and 3 children.'- Christian. Messrs Palmer, Crawshaw, ! Dowj. Quintal, G:' JBailejv. - ■ '~..' • '.- -: "-"."'."";' EXPECTED ARRiyALS. Indraghiri. s.s., from IxraCon, via A.ustraliav sailed March 30; due about May 31, Kaipara, s.s., from London;, sailed .March. 6; clue about April 23 Bucrania, s.s., from: New York, via^Australian ports; sailed February 11; due early jNairnshlre, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; sailed March, 7th; due May, 10 - " - - '- " . ~-:-- [JVimbledon, S.S-, from New York, via Aue> tralian ports; sailed February 21st; due about Aprß2S'Walknre, S.S.. from New York; to sail early to AprlL" - .. > : Slimiro, s.s., from London, via Anstralia; sailed March 12;. due about May 6y:'' ; ■- Jessie Craig, "barque, from Newcastle; Bailed March 31 Joseph Craig,, barquentinev; from Sydney; sailed April 3 -.- .'. -. -...._«-..;;, Btar of Scotland, S.S., from New York, via Australia; sailed April 2; due abonj June Jessie Craig, barque, .from Newcastle; sailed Anril 1 ... Victoria, "s-5.," from Sydney; vfluS Sunday' night. --• ■ •■-. --■ ■-.•> ...■,-.--;.'.. '-' PROJECTED "DEPASTURES* " -FOB SYDNEY— .'..'." ." -* ." ','" '" Wimmera, _ ""■ "- , -''-.' FOR LONDON—" ' "~ " "'.""■' Buteshire, s.s, early (Lyttelton final port). _'.' . VESSELS TN PORT. .. Iris, TtlaT.ca, in-strenrri 1 '.'.y :' Sonthern Cross,' sjs;," 1 at'Qneen"St; -wharf Triton,- -barque,-a't Bailway„,wtsSf.,....,.^y. ', s.sr, in stream * " - Hampsfead, s.s-, "afßailw'ay" "ynsef."' -■•■--- Koromiko, si. ; at Hobson-strew -^Wharf... -. ■Langton""Grange;-s.s.; at RailwEjr wharf--S-B-, -at Cklliope Dwiy % . '-~ "..-..', Louisa Craig, turque, at Eobsan-st. wharf •Bona,. 'barque,lU't" Hobsbh-st. wlarr Waikare,- s.s., at Queen-street wharf - Squall,- Queeh-street. wharf . Kaeo, a.ss.,. at HobsonrStreet,Wharf Ex? -..tension," ~- " *"" " . •• - •-*'_•: Inga, s.s.,"at"Qnay-sfreet jetty»; ...;.:. ... t .,,. Lauderdale, s:sry at -Quay-street getty- ■-._■. ! FaiEbnrn, a.s.s., at QueeftrStree);. wiarf. UNION COMPANY'S"MOVEMENTS:.-"-Saturday: Waikare- leaves for"'Southern ; ports"at noon; Sciuall leaves for Gisborne and Tplago Bay, at.nopn... .;. rHuDBABiT: pAcker 'MDVements;/*----rSuhflay: Victoria'arriv'es' front""Sydney! ' Wimmera-arrives -from-South.—- .:.;..-. Monday: - Wimmera sails for Sydney at s.sa pjn. ," : ?"."".; .-: r " ' Tuesday: Victoria leaves for South at 3 B-&?-':-' -.■;-■• ---.;-•. t ""---•:::::-:-. --;*.'■'\ ■■'. .-" NORTHERN'..COI'S MOVEMENTS.. Apanni leaves .for3lercnry. Bay. and Tairua -ftt 7 p.m.; Ngapuhi: ieaves for Whangarei .at. .U. 30. p.'ni.;; Kanieri arrives' from Whangarei town wharf" about -mid-: night; Chelmsford arriVES-y'frqm. hora, Waihara, Whangaroa,..arid. Mangbhui. about 6 p.m.;" .--. ; -'-'.-t- " ''.' '.' ''. ■"■ Per ..Waikare,, from. they SpSth':', 60S. sacks' wheat, SOS sacks- seed," 580 sacks bats, "137 sacks bark, 66 sacks oatmeal, 147-sacks barley, 250 sacks pollard, 50 sacks pollard, 50 sacks onions; 10 sacks'• suerosine, - 200 caSeS" £v"gar, r "250 "cases milk, . 30Q ■'. casesfruits, 67- eases meats,- 148 N boxes' butter," £0 cases currants. 86 21 cases tobacco, and sundries. ' "."V ~ " "." yy . ■■'■■-■■ -•••"--.- '---IESPORTS-.. '; ..-....-."-.-.,>,..., Per Southern .Cross, for Norfolk, Island, etc.-: i\ 15,000 f- timber and 00 tons general' cargo; *'•*".. 11T .' 1!I~,t"'""'72 ' "The"s.s. Wairnn.a 'was cfoekea to-day;., " The Government training ship Amokura, j .wMr-h arrived..from. -Wellington yesterday, left for a. tec days' .cruise to .the rNprth this afternoon. She returns to Auckland,-.' and; after a stay'here.of -two or three .day's, re-turns-to Wellington. --- . --: • ■ .-. - ; ~ . The Government s.s.. Tutanekai leffcport at -4.30 a-m. to-day for a cruise round the nortii 'coast. "'His Excellency the-Governor and party, were passengers-by.the. vessel,, from 'which they v/ill disembark at' New Plymouth. \~ . The Melanesian mission steamer -Sputheri Cross sailed" for Norfolk:'lsland' arid Melanesia r this afternoon. She ffjllle, due back in Auckland in June ne^t.: ■; .- .' The s.s. Waikare arrived, from Dtmeain. via ports, at 8.45 a.ni, to-day, after'afine weather trip. The Waikare sails for, the South again tOTiaorrow,. The barquentine lima, which left Auckland on Tuesday last" in tow for Tairua, was unable to get round Cape Colville owing; to heavy weather. She was .taken, to Drunken Bay, where she will ' remain till tile weather moderates. -

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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