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SHIPPING.

Moon's Age: New Moon, AprU 20, 4.21 p.m Snnset: This evening, 5.23. Sunrise: To-morrow morning, 6.21. HIGH WATER. Auckland: This evening, 4.41; to-morrow moraine, 5.12. , Onehtuiga: To-morrow morning, 8~»7; tomorrow evenluK, 9.20. -'* ; ITanuKau Heads;. To-morrow morning', 7.37; to-morrow afternoon. 8.6. Knipara , Heads: To-morrow morning, 8.2; to-morrow evening. 9.31. AB.BIVALS. ' YESTERDAY. Tasman, s.s., C. Faulkner, from Whafcatane and Tauranga. Passengers: Mrs. 'Booth, Mr. Walker. —Northern Co., agents. Endeavour, auxiliary ketch, James Quinn, from Whangarel.—Northern Coal Co., agents. s.s;, T. Meyers, from Wbaiisarel. Passengers: Miss Pepper, Messrs. Mitchell, Gilmore.—Northern Co., agents. THIS DAT. s.s., Telxelra, from Tuaanga. Passengers: Misses Commons, Goodyear. Butcher, Mesdames Parkinson, Armitage, Messrs. Spraggon, Roberts, McNaugbton, Hariray, Scott, Ludwig (2), Parkinson, Speight, (2).—Northern Co., as;ents. Clansman, s.s., I. Haultain, from Mangonui, Whangaroa and Russell. Passengers: Mesdames Buchanan and 3 children, McCrae, ■' Batspn and boy, Richardson, . Misses .Morgan, El Kambe, Vincent,'' Messrs.' Andrews, "W. Ircrng, Hye-, C. -Nisbet, H. ißothall, ~K. Slclntyre. Coulter, Knox, Hunt, E. H. Blundell, Cochrane, Wynyard, Captains Cozens and Lane, and 45 steerage.— ■Northern Co., agents. ■_. DEPARTURES. ." . XESTEBDAT. Inga, s.s., Spinnangr, for Kaipara and Melbourne. Ngapuhi, SiS.j E. Stephen Son, for Whangaret; " . ; Apanui, s.s., J. Wilson, for Mercury Bay and Tairua. ■Baden-Powell, s.s., H. 'Peterson, for WhaDgerei. Hero, scow, Nelson, for Ngunguru. Clio, schooner, W. Pelley, for Whangarel. THIS DAY. Hampstead, s.s., 3437, Hill, for the Bluff. ■•'• ■ EXPECTED ABRIVALS. Indraghlri. s.s., from Lonc'cm, via Australia; : sailed March 30; due about May 31 Kalpara, s.s., from London; eailed March 6; dne about April 23 Bncrania, M.S., from New York, via Australian ports; sailed February 11; due early Nairnahire, s.s., from Liverpool, via Australian ports; eailed March 7th; due May 10 BVlmbledon, fi.s., from New Tort, via Australian ports; sailed February 21st; due about April 28 ffVaUcure, *.s...from New York; to sail early In AprU. Mimlroj. H.r, from London, via Australia; Bailed March. 12; due about May 6 Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed March 31 Joseph. Craig, barquentine, from Sydney, sailec AprU 3 Star of Scotland, s.s., from New Yorfe, Tie Australia; sailed April 2; due about June 7 .Jessie Craig, barque, from Newcastle; sailed Aoril l. . (Victoria, e.g., from Sydney; due Sunday . itfght. - x . —~~- . . .... „ Vessels in fOET.. . trie, H.M.c.a., in stream Eonthern Cross, b.b., at Queien-st. wharf Triton, barque, at Railway wharf tivua, 8.*., In stream oromlko, s.s., at Hobson-street Wharf. l«ngton Orange; s.s.. at Railway wharf iWulruna, e.g., at Calliope Dock ■Louisa Craig, barque, at Hobson-st. wharf OKona, barque, at Hobson-et. wharf Squall, s.e.. at Queen-street wharf • Kaee, &.»*.; at HObson-street Wharf Extension. •Inga, S.S., at Quay-street Jetty. Lauderdale, s.s., at Qtay-street Jetty Fair-bum, •Aβ., at Queeu-street wharf. NORTHERN SS. CO'.'S iXIOVEMEiNTS. To-day: Ngapnhi arrives from Wihaugarel about 8 p.m.; Kanieri arrives" from Whangarei Town Wharf. Sunday: Barawa leaves Onehrmga for 'New Plymouth at 3 p.m. (train 2.30 p.m.); Kanieri leaves for Whangarel at 4.30 p.m.; iAt>anui arrives from Mercury Bay and (Talma about 3 a.m. Monday: Clansman leaves for Russell and Opna at 7 p.m.; Apanoi leaves for Merenry Bay,- Kuaotunu, Whangapoua, and Port Chatles.at 7 pan.; Ngapuhi leaves for Whaflgarei iat i). 30 p.m.; Kanieri arrives from Whangarel about 6 p.m.j-Chelmsford leaves lor Whangaroa, Mangonni, AWahui, and Hbtthora at 2 p.m.; Cl4jm<-s Heaves Onchunga for SEfcaglan find Kawaia at 2 p.m. {train 1.10 p.m.). ' IUNION S.S. CO.'S MOVEMENTS. ", EAST COAST. "Monday:'Wdiruna leaves fop Lyttelton, Slutt, Oamain and Tdmaxu at 5 p.m. Tuesday: Koromikd leaves for Newcastle at 5 p.m. (meantime). Wednesday: Tofua arrives from Islands. Squall arrives from Gisborne and Tolago ©ay. . Thursday: Monowai arrives from Southern Ports. • ( . v Saturday: Monowal leaves for SouEhem ports at noon; Squall leaves for Tolago Bay and Gisborne at noon. WEST COAST. .Sunday: Takapuna firtlteS itOifl New iPly; mouth. . Monday: Tafcapmia leaves for New. PlyBiouth and Wellington.at 3 p.m. . The .S.s. Hampstead sailed for the Bluff this afternoon. ..... ■ The s.s. Inga .sailed for Kaipara to load timber for Melbourne last ni§rht Tie s.e. Waibare was to sail for Dunedin ivia ports at 4'o'clock this" afternoon. She takes the following passengers for Gisborne: Misses Robertson, Bain, Cummings, O. P. (Watt, H4rt, Ryan, Mesdames Tawhai, iWaaka and child, Butler, Cox, Wafd and 2 children, Messrs. Edmumjspn, , H. Matehe, tDodd, Ifwerson, C. Tejlor, W. A. MeFarquhar, J. B6ldwellj-T. McGuiEej; Kemp, J. Martin. Bolan, Vf. Nell, C. Morse, W. J. STAbkioß, PerclVAl, Saxbj , , T. E'ade, Scott, .Curtis, Bey. Tjawihal. For Napier: Mrs. tßaynes, Messrs J. Rae, Percival,- Lang, Waynes. For Wellington: Misses Headley, •Cowle, Crome, Muir, Jlesdames Heaaiey, iFOgerty, Ti X; Walton, Hodgson, Messrs. T. •K. Walton, Hodgson, A. Felly Fry, C. L. £. E. P|ag%, 3: Muir, M. Bennett, Headley. For Lyttelton: Misses Bradbury, Til; BK>*n, Mesdaines AieKin,' Cragg, -Dr. ..!AJplßtli.L:Fot.Dune(linJ Miss Button, Me3idames 'Ponton, Buchanan, Messrs. Ponton, ■Buchanan. For all ports: 30 steerage.

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SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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