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PORT OF AUCKLAND.

High Watik To-d»y : 6 28 a m., 0 40 p.m Sc^ribb anil SnNKTTo-dftj : 4 OS * m , C 20 )>.m Moon's Piusi : Full Moon, November 2, 11 10 a m.

ARKIVALS. Minnehaha, schooner, Smith, from Timaru.

DEPARTURES. Sapphire, H.M. s., Captain lluuay, foi "Wellington. Johan Cesar, barque, Brack, for Samoa. Clyde, ichooncr, Shulrc, foi Atiua, Cook's Group. Queen, schooiiei, Jones, for Hokhnga. Mai 7, schooner, Smith, foi W.ingaiei.

CLEARED OUTWARDS. Mary, schooner, 21 tons, Smith, for Waugajoi, in ballast.

VESSELS EXPECTED. Fhou London— Sailed : Oiari (July lt>>, Taniaya (August 19), City of Auckland (August 6), British Nation 20). Loading : Jessie Osborne bq., Menrloza., bq.; Erato, Loch Urr, Soukar, ships ; Glenlora, bq. Frosi Boston— John Alatthews, bq., sailed July 17. From Melbourne— Nightingale, brgfcne., to sail 20th ult. ; Janet Stewart, brig, to sail 30th ult. From Svdnet — Flora ; Queen of the Se.is,bq ; Syren, brig, early ; Emu, a. a., sailed. From Hobart Town— Bella Alary, bq. Fbou Newcastle — Glimpse, hq.; Julm Kftit/, bq ; Speedwell, bq., sailed September 2S. ' Fbou Dunedin— Effie fileikle, sch., early. FROM Lyttelton — Acadia. sch. , sailed 2(Jth ; Kate McGregor, ach.,2Gth ; Camilla, bug, 20th. From Oamarh. — Ariel, sch. From South Sea Ismnds— Edith, Loch Lee, and L«titia, schooners ; Kyno, bgtne.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. In this hat coasters nre not included. For London'— Orari, ship, December 30; N.Z.S.C0., agents. For Stdnkt and Melhourxf— Hero, s.«., to day. Fok Southekn Pouts — From Manukau : "Wellington, s.s., Tuesday ; Henderson and ALtcfai Line, ugeuts. From Auckland : City of San Fiancibco, s s., Satur<L«y. Fok "Wanuamji— St. Kilda, s.s., to-day. For GlbBOitNh and Napiek— Southern Cross, s.s., early.

VESSELS IN HARBOUR. 3teameh->— Southern Cioss, Heio. Barques — Maitha, Abeinyte, Kurop.i. Bhig— Towei Hill. Brioantine — Roderick Dhu. Schooneks— Southern Cjois (ti.iinmg vessel), Chaiybdis, M.uy Hog.m, Clnibtina, Rose, Coionet, Blanchus Eolle Biamlon, May (,>ueeu, Telegraph, Minnchaha. Ketch— Adah. ,

IMPORTS.— NovntBEU 1. Per Minnehaha, from Timaru : 5.W sacks oats, 729 sacks whc.it.

SUCCESS OF THE MAG ELI, AN CLOUD. A telegram lias been received from Russell by Mr. James Macf.ul.ins, who is now in Auckland, and which states that the whaler Magellan Cloud has secured 20 tanks of oil, the value of which, in lound numbeis, exceeds £2,000. This quantity had been obtained .ibout the beginning of October, and if a similar success as that which had previously marked the voyage has been obtained since that date, the trip of the Cloud will be a most successful one.

ARRIVAL OF THE MINNEHAHA. The ichooner Mianehaha arrived yesterday afternoon, grain laden, from Timaru, after a lengthened passage of sixteen days, duo to the weather, whioh wa.* light northerly and calm the whole way. Several dnys ago she spoke the brig Columbia off Hicks's Bay, nine days out from Napier.

Inwards Coastwise.- Cathorine, cutter, 10 tons, Roderick, from Kawakawa, with lime ; Manuring;, cutter, 21 tons, D.urach, fiom Mahurangi, with timber. Tho German barque Johan Cesar took her departure for Samoa yeiteiday. H.fil. s. Sapphire sailed for "Wellingtou yesterday afternoon. The schooner Queen sailed for Hokianga yestorday, -with a large general cargo. The cutter Catherine enteied in from Kawakawa yesterday. _ The cutter Mahurangi brought a cargo of timber from Mahurangi yesteiday. Tho schooner Clyde got away for the islands yesterday. The schooner Mary cleared and sailed for Wangarei yesterday, in ballast. The steamer Durham leave? Auckland for tho j Thames at noon to-day. All claims against the barque Abernyte have to be rendered in duplicate to Messis. L. D. Nathan and Co., on or before noon to morrow. The a.-i. St. Kilda leaves Oneluinga for Wanganui to-day at noon.

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Daily Southern Cross, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXXII, Issue 5322, 2 November 1876

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PORT OF AUCKLAND. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXXII, Issue 5322, 2 November 1876

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