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SHIPPING NEWS.

CORINTHIC FOR LONDON.

ARMADALE DUE TO-MORROW

Two vessels, the Argyllshire and the Corinthic are to leave Auckland this afternoon for London, tile latter vessel taking passengers and mails for Southampton. The passenger steamer Maunganui, which is due from Wellington tomorrow, is scheduled to sail for Sydney on Friday afternoon. Expected arrivals at Auckland tomorrow include the Golden Cross, from Los Angeles, the Omana, from Newcastle, and the Armadale, from New York, via, Suva., These will be followed on Friday by the Somerset, from Liverpool' while on Saturday'the Penybryn is due from Cuba, and- the Arlington Court from Ocean Island. ARRIVALS—THIS DAY. Kanna, from Westport, 8.10 a.m. IT.M.s. Veronica, from Suva, 9.10 a.m. Tuhoe, from Mercury Bay, 10.5 a.ih. DEPARTURES—YESTERDAY. .Tiroa, for Gisborne, 2.40 p.m. Margaret W., for Gisborne, 4.20 p.m. Waimea, for Gisborne, 5.5 p.m. Mako, for Napier, 5.50 p.m. Claymore, for Wliangarei, 8.45 p.m., Kaituna, for Greymouth, 10.40 p.m. VESSELS IN PORT.' H.M.s. Veronica, Devonport (Naval Depti). H.M.s. Philomel, Devonport (Naval Dept.). Nucula, Devonport (Naval Dept.). Iris, in stream (Pacific Cable Board). , Kanna, Prince's Wlialrf (Union S.S; Co.) Wingatui, Prince's Wharf (Union S.S. Co.). lonic, Prince's wharf (L. D. Nathan, Ltd.). Corinthic, Queen's Wharf (A. S. Paterson, Argvlishire, Queen's Wliarf (N.Z.S. Co.). Southern Cross, Central Wharf (Melanesian Mission). Kurow, Central Wliarf (Union S.S. Co.). Kaimlro. King's Wharf (Union S.S. Co.). • Hikurangi, King's Wharf (Spedding, Ltd.). Awahou, King's Wharf (Watkin and Wallis) Hawera, Western Wharf (Watkin and Wallis). , , Pukeko, Western Wharf (Watkin and Wallis). Piri, in stream (Mr. C. E. Campbell). Waitemata, in Stream (Union S.S. CI). Kairanga, in stream (Union S.S. Co.). Waitomo, in stream (Union S.S. Co.),

VESSELS EXPECTED AT AUCKLAND. Golden Cross, Los Angeles, August 28. Omana, Newcastle, August 28. Armadale, New York, via Suva, August 28. Somerset, Liverpool, August 29. Penybryn, Cuba, August 30. Arlington Court. Ocean Island, August .30. Port Gisborne, South (loads), September 1. Narbada, Calcutta, September 1. Artemesia, Port Arthur, September. City of Lyons, New York, September 4. Zealandlc. Liverpool. September 4. Canadian Cruiser (loads), September 4. Sildra, Singapore, September^. Soloy, Galveston, September 5. I-likurangi, Norfolk Island, September 7. Canadiau Transporter, Montreal, Sept. 7. Parrakoola, San Franacisco, September 10. Wairuna, Los Angeles, September 10. Rangitiki. South (loads), September 11. Fernwood, Tampico, September 12 Carriso, Anacortes, September 13. Ruapeliu, London, via Wellington, Sept. 17. I'ipiriki. New York, September 20. Mataroa, London, via Wellington, Sept. -1. Regulus, Noumea. September -2. Hertford, Liverpool, September 23. Ruapeliu, South (loads), September 4 Golden Cloud, Los Angeles, September 27. Port Brisbane, New lork, September _S. Middlesex, South (liads), September 29. Taran'akl, South (loads), September 00. Antiope, Casablanca, October 1. Middlesex; South (loads). October -• „ Canadian Highlander, Montreal, October 3. Hangitata. London, via Wellington, Oct. 6. Otaki, Liverpool, October 9. Port Caroline, South (loads), October 9. Somerset, South (loads), October 13. Hauraki, Los Angeles, October■ 10. H.M.s. Laburnum, Suva, Octobei 10. Tainui, London, October 18. Asliburton. New York. October 18. Maliana, Liverpool, October 19. Sumatra. Australia, October 24. Golden West, Los Angeles, Octpbei _7. Rnngitnne. London, October J). Oanadion Constructor, Montreal. October .50, Tongariro, Liverpool, November 4. Citv of Tokio, New York, November 4. Waitemata, Los Angeles, November 13. ■ Tamaroa, London, via Wellington, Nov. 16. Cambridge, Liverpool. November IS. Puriri, New York, November 20 Golden Coast, Lo% Angeles, Mvember -7. Canadian Conqueror, Montreal, Nov. 30. Remuera, London, via Wellington. Dec. 0. Waiotapu, Los Angeles, December I_. Port Huou, London, via Wellington, Dec. 10. Cornwall, Liverpool, December 16. Mahia, Australia (loads), December. Rangitiki, London, December 24 Tasmania, Liverpool, December -9. Canadian Cruiser, Montreal, January 1. lonic, London, January 12. Cumberland, Liverpool, January -7. Golden Cross, Los Angeles, January -7. Ruapehu, London, January 25, ( Mataroa, London, via Wellington, Feb. 8. Rangitata, London, February 20. Golden CltJud, Los Angeles, February 27.

INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. Maunganui, left Sydney, August 21,; arrived Wellington, August 26; sailed August 26; due Auckland, August 28; leaves Auckland, August 29; due Sydney, September 2 ; leaves Sydney, September o ; due Auckland, September 0: leaves Wellington, September 12: due Sydney. September 16; leaves Sydney, September 10; due Wellington September 23: leaves Wellington, September 25; due Sydney, September 29 (transfers ,to trans-Pacific service). * Ulimaroa, at Sydney: leaves Sydney, August 29: due Wellington, September 2; loaves Wellington, September 5: due Sydney, September 9; leaves Sydney, September 12; due Auckland, September 1(3; leaves Auckland, September 19; due Sydney, September 23; leaves Sydney, September 20; due Wellington, September 30: leaves Wellingt6n, October 3; due Sydney, Octobev 7; leaves Sydney, October 10; due Auckland. October 14; leaves Auckland, October 17; due Sydney, October 21; . leaves Sydney, October 24: due Wellington, October 28; leaves Wellington, October 31; dueiSydney, November 4. v Marama, leaves Auckland, September 26; due Sydney, September 30; leaves Sydney, October 3 ; due Auckland, October 7 ; leaves Wellington, October 10: due Sydney, jOctober 14; leaves Sydney, October 17; due Wellington, October 21; leaves Auck r land, October 24 ; due Sydney, October' 28 ; leaves Sydney, October 31; due Auckland, November 4 ; leaves Wellington, November 7 : due Sydney, November 11; leaves Sydney, November 14; due Wellington, November 18: leaves Auckland, November 21; due Sydney, November 25. Maheno at Melbourne; leaves Melbourne, August us, for Bluff. Dunedin, Lyttelton and Wellington; due Bluff. September 1; due Wellington, September 5: leaves Wellington, September 6:"leaves Bluff, September 8; due Melbourne, September 12.

TRANS-PACIFIC MAIL SERVICES. • Aorangi, left Syd«ey, August 21, for Auckland, Suva. Honolulu and Vancouver; arrived Auckland, August 25 ; sailed, August. 26- due Vancouver, September 12; leaves Vancouver, September 17 ; due Auckland, October 6; due Sydney, October 11; leay.es Sydney,' October 10; leaves Auckland, October 21; due Vancouver, November 7. Niagara, left Vancouver, August 20, "for Honolulu, Suva,. Auckland and Svdnev; due Auckland, September 8: due Svdnev September 13; leaves Sydney. September IS; leaves Auckland, September 03 • c i u e Vnncouver, October 10; leaves Vancouver, October 15; due . Auckland. November 3; due. Sydney. November S, Tahiti, left Sydney, August 7, for Wellington : Rarotonga. Papeete and San Francisco ; arrived Wellington, August 11: sailed August 12'; foundered. August 18* passengers and mails transferred to Ventura • dlie Sau Francisco. September 1 Mabuis. left San Francisco August C for PaneeteMarotonga, Wellington and Sydney ; arrived Wellington. August 25; sailed Aug. 20- due Sydney, Aug. 30; leaves Sydney, September'; 4 ; leaves Wellington, September 9; due San Francisco, September -f>. lea\es I San -Francisco. October 1 : due Wellington, October-'2O; due Sydney, October 2.»: leaves Svdnev October 30; leaves ellington, November 4; due San Francisco, November

" Maunganui, leaves Sydney, October 2 for Wellington, Rarotonga, Papeete and ban Francisco: lerives Wellington, October 7; due San Francisco, October 24; leaves San Francisco, October 29; due Wellington, November 17: due Sydney. Novembei 22 Razmak, leaves Sydney. Novembei -7, leaves Wellington, December -; due & ;lu Francisco, December 19. i

• The Make sailed yesterday afternoon for N The' Margaret W. and for East Coast ports yesterday The steamer HlKurang: ls o w. Norfolk Islaud at' 3 p.m. to-moiro H.M.s: Veronica returned er cruise this morning and beruieu Sheerlcgs wharf. . ton, Will arrive at Auckland on Septem Now -loading at the Queen's wharf the Federal steamer Argyllshire is to London and West ot England poits at P p.m. to-day. . CORINTHIC FOR LONDON. Tnkinc passengers, mails and cargp for SouuSnpS «nl LonJo., if. S*™, S.rag and Albion steamer Corinthic is tow from the Queen's wharf at 5 p.m. to aay MESS TABLE GOSSIP. Mr. J. Evans, the chief of the White Star liner lonic, has hecn piomoted to chief officer of the new motoi sh p Britannic, the largest British motor ship afloat. TOFUA RETURNING.' On her return voyage to Auckland, jhe Union Company's passenger steamer Totua was to leave Apia at 3 p.m. yesterday. She jis due here next Wednesday morning. AWAHOU FOR. AUSTRALIA. The Richardson motor ship Awahou, which has recently beeii converted from a steamer, is recommissioning at the H s wharf, and is to sail to-morrow afternoon for Whangarei and Sydney. UiLIMAROA AT SYDNEY. Cabled advice from Sydney confirms the arrival there yesterday of the Huddart Parser steamer Uiimaroa, with passengers, mails and cargo from Auckland. She leaves Sydney again next Friday for Wellington, where she is due the following luesday. PENYBRYN REPORTS. A radio from ; the Norwegian steamer Penybryh states that she expects to arrive at Auckland from Cuba, via Suva, next Saturday afternoon. SVe has a cargo of raw sugar for discharge at Chelsea to the agency of Spedding, Ltd. MAUNGANUI LEFT WELLINGTON. In continuation of her voyage from Sydney, the Union Company's passenger steamer Ma tin gaum left'. Wellington- last night for Auckland, where she is due to-morrow afternoon. She is to leave here for Sydney at 3 p.m. on Friday. NARBADA FROM CALCUTTA. ■ From Calcutta, Penant, Singapore, and Samarang, fhe Union Company's chartered steamer Narbada is due at Auckland next Monday morning. She is to discharge here and at Wellington, 1 Lyttelton, Timaru, Dunedin and Bluff. ■' ... THE GOLDEN CROSS. Due at Auckland from Los Angeles at daybreak to-morrow, th 6 O.- and O. Line steamer Golden Cross will Bischarge the local portion of her cargo at the . Central wharf to the agency of Henderson and Macfarlane, Ltd. The remainder \ia for Wellington, Lyttelton, Timaru and Dunedin. ARMADALE CLEARED SUVA.. The New Zealand Shipping Co. advises that the A. and A. Line's chartered steamer Armadale, en route from New York, cleared Suva on Saturday afternoon, and is due at* Auckland at 3 p.m. to-mor-row. Her other ports of- discharge are Wellington, Lyttelton, Timaru, Dunedin "and' Sydney.

UNION CO.'S STEAMERS. The Waimarino leaves Dunedin on Monday ' next for Auckland, via Timaru, Lyttelton and Wellington. The Waipiata left Dunedin at' 5 p.m. on Monday and Oamaru at 4 p.m. yesterday for Timaru, Wellington and Auckland. The Waikouaiti leaves Lyttelton to-mor-row afternoon for Wellington, Auckland and Sydney. , , The Kanna arrived at Auckland from Greymouth and Westport this morning and berthed at the Prince's wharf. She is to shift to the Western wharf this afternoon. The Karepo leaves Portland this evening l'or Wellington and Lyttelton. The Kaimiro is to shift to Chelsea this afternoon. . . ... ' £ * _ The Kaituna sailed last night for Greymouth to load again for Auckland. The Waiinea sailed for Gisborne and Napier yesterday afternoon. NORTHERN COMPANY'S MOVEMENTS. Projected Departures. To-day.—Apanui," for Great Barrier, midnight; Pono,. for M&ngapai, Parua Bay, One Tree Point and Waipu, 3 p.m. Expected Arrivals. To-morrow.—Taniwha, from Paeroa, 5 a.m.; Claymore, from Whangarei, 5 a.m.; Ronaki, from Raglan and Kawhia, 6 a.m. •PASSENGERS VIA AUSTRALIA. The following passengers for J New Zealand are travelling by the P. and 0. liner Comorin. which is due at Sydney from London oh September 4: —fror Auckland : Mrs. Houchen, Mr. W. A. Home, Misses P. Bradley and E. F. Sharp.\ Lyttelton: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bowie. Dunedin: Miss G. Mackintosh. *

The following passengers for New Zealand are travelling by the Aberdeen-Com-monwealth liner Jervis Bay, which is due at Sydney from London next Monday:—For Auckland: Mr. Q. 0. Wilson, Miss L. E. Falkner, Miss M. McLellan, Mr. E. Service, Mr. W. J., Miss P. and Mrs. L. Service, Mr. S. Stewart, Mr. A. I. Lloyd, Mr. M. Murphy. Wellington: Mrs. A. Buist, Mr. A. Kerr,. Miss 0. Lee, Miss 11. M. Aitken. Napier: Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Player, Mrs. L. Walter. Lyttelton: Mr. W. Holmes. •Timaru : Mr. T. Satterthwaite.

• MAKURA'S PASSENGERS. The following is the passenger list of the Royal Mail liner Makura, which reached Wellington irom San Francisco, Papeete and Rarotonga on Monday morning:—First Saloon: Mr. N. Brown, Mrs. J. H. Baird, Mr. J. Bre t \vis, Dr. C. Begg, Mr. W. Bennett, Mrs. W. Bennett, Master L. Bennett, Master A. G. Bennett, Dr. C. R. Brewster, Mrs. M. R. Brewster, Mr. M. Curotta, Mrs. M. Curotta, Miss M. Curotta, Miss V. Curotta, Miss J. Carrick, Mr. H. R. Dixon, Mrs. H. T. Dixon, Mr. W. J. Dixon, Miss E: Davy, Miss M. Foster, Miss V. Goodwin, Miss D. A." Goodwin, Judge S. E. Greene, Mrs. S. W. Gre'en«, Miss A. Greene, Mr. W. R. Goulding, Mrs. W. R. Goulding, Mr. H. S. Griffin, Mr. F. H. Gibbs, Mr. A. R. Harris, Mrs U. E. J. Hine, Professor J. Hoops, Mrs. J. Hoops, Professor P. J. Hornell, Mr. J. Henerey, Mr. J. Ilenrey, Miss V. Hanron, Mrs. A. Jagger, Miss S, M. Leitch, Mr R MacDonaid, Mr. L. J. M.-MacKa.v, Mr D McLeod, Mrs. I. B. McLeod, Mr. A." E* Moore, Mrs. A. E. Moore, Mr. ,7. D.. M. St. Mars, Mrs. J. D. M. St. Mars, Mrs. M. Mitchell, Mr. H. T. Mitchell, Mrs. A,; B, Nic Col Mr. A. O'Halloran, Mrs. A. O'Halloran, Mr' L. R. Ower, Mrs. C. Ower, Mr. W. Orange' Mrs. E. G. Orange, Mr. A. C. E.' Orange! Mrs. Li Poole, Master M. Poole, Ladv Pomarc, Miss A. Russell, Mr. J. Rentoul Miss T. Sndholz, Miss E. M. Schmidt Mr' R. Say well, Mrs. R. Say well, Miss M.'s'avr'r Cll '^ r L ss . R " Swell, Mr. S. Schneidman, Mr G. Springhall, Mrs: G. Springhall, Mrs G. Trevithick, Mr. F. G. Wilson, Mrs F g' Wilson, Miss A. Walslv, Mr. W. Werner Mr! F. Whatley, Mrs. J. Weinann, Mrs. E.'Williamson.. -Second Saloon: Mr. P. W Bates .Mr. W. Bates. Miss E. J. Brown : Mr J Boag, Airs. J. Boag, Mr. F. R. Clark, Mrs 'J* Evans, Mrs. I. Evans, Miss E. Faughnan' Mrs. A. S. Flanner.v, Mr. W. M. Gellin"' Mrs. R. F. Geddes. Rev. R. F. Geddes Mr B. G. Hargraves. Mis? D. N. Hardwick'. Mr' I. Kitson, Mr. H. C. Lee, Mr. ,T. C. Loclde" Mr. 1. Luxford, Mr. A. W. Matthews? Mr! .T. D. McComislr, Mr. R.. H. McCallum, Miss F. N orris, Miss E. M. Peterkin, Mrs, W P Rutledge, Miss L. E. Rutledge. Mr p' r Totman, Mr. R. M. Thorne," 'Mrs. R 'm' Thorne, Mr. .T. S. Vial, Mrs. A. Whitelaw' Mr. R. G. Werrey, Mrs. R. Webber, and 19 steerage. " The vessel sailed yesterday afternoon in continuation of her voyage to Sydney. She | 1S (1 "* Sydney on Saturday mornin-

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