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The following: is tlie passenger-li«L of the New Zealnnd Slapping Company's steamer WlinUatane, wliich left .London foi Auckland and Wellington via Plymouth, Tuncriffe, Capetown, and Hobnrfc on 21st July :— Saloon— Misses Bridge, Calcutt, Xirlrfmui, Smith, Tlioinpkins, Wnterwortlf, Mesdames Calcutt, Dicbsou, WKeQliir, Watenvorlh, iivine, Drs Bnrrocloujjh, AYebsler, Rev Dickson, Messrs Duriint, Jtaldnue, Irvine, Lelievre, Steed, HCnlluui, Pemlleljury, Waterwortli, Raymond, Storer. Third-class— Misses Allen (2), Armstrong, Bnrber, Ulair, Dove, Pahey, Gardiner, Gubb, Bloody, Murray, Nixon, Prendergast, Ross, Mesdauies Alien.- Barton, Dove, Gardiner, Gubb, Hnslett, Howell, Moody, Nealo, Norling, Rkld>ll, Smith (2;, Stewart, Weir, Windsor, Messrs Allen (2), Aiuleisbn, And.iow, Barton, Bugluss, Carter, Cnuipbell, Cinuiiig, Cull, Forrest. Hm greaves, Gilbert {&), Goodwin, Hnslett, Hnuglitou, Hiudle, Howell, Irvine (2), Lynll, Macdonald (2), Mack, M'Custra, Sim, Men-all, Mitchell, Moody, Neiile, Perry, Poolo, Rnoside, Riddell, Ridgway, Scullin, Shea, Skidmore, Smith ('.!), Stewart, Stokes, Weir, Thomas, Walton, Wituberley, Windsor, Wood, hlio is expected to put in an appearance at Auckland on 10i.h September. KUMARA, PROM LONDON. The Shaw, Savill aud Albion Company's steamer Knnmwi, which lett London for Wellington via the usual way poits on Cth August, has tho following pn£,sens:ers :— Mibses Goodwin, Gough, Isles, Jepbon, Jobii&ou (3), Luwiie, M-Kee, Mackenzie (2), M'Rne (:}),Pmker, Shields, Thomas (3), Wilson, Mcidiimes Antipiisky, Chishohn. Goodwill, Uinig, Gough, Harrison, He*, Johnson, Mackliu, King, Mackenzie, M'Lcllatid, M'Rae, Mitcham, Pointer, Pjusoiis, Untoul, Roth well, Swinard, Smith, Thomas and nurse, Dr Thomas, Messrs Allen, Bainett, Beck, Benyon, Binnie, Broadbent, Biiggs, liuswell, Cambourn, Chisholm, Clark, Cook, Delaforce, Dixon, Edmonds, Ferguson, Poisyqli, French, Gill, Goodwin, Gongh, Greet, Grovcr, Hill, Holroyd, Hope, Hughes, Hurfotd, liumphiies, Ihles, Johtibon, Jones (3), Kiug, Lawson, Lewin, Lynch, M'Cann, M'Connell, M'Rae, Mackenzie, Macintosh, M'Tavith, Muldowuey. Marshall, Matthews, Michael, Aliller, Mitchell, Moison, Negus, Oliver, Palmer, Parker, Rintonl, Riley, RolhweH. Hoy, Senehfiold. Seddou, Shields, Sinclair, SWnnge, Snath (.1), Telford, Autipitbkv, Townsend, Williams, Wilkinson, Worsley ('!), Maßters Antipit&ky, Goodwin (3), Goxiglt, M'Roe, Johnson, Mackenzie, Matthews, Michael, Moison. She has also 69 passengers for the Cape and eight for Australia. The Kuiniuii is exjjected-to arrive here towards the end of September. Advices received slate that the steamer Maori left London on 31st July with cargo for Freninulle and Albany, and il is probable that she will also visit New Zealand. The baique Lutterworlh left London for Nelson on 'l3lb July, mid tho ship Oamaru left Gi.ibgow for Dunedin and Wellington on the 14th July. The ships liivercargill and We&tland aie loading at Liverpool for Wellington and Dunedin, nud the ship Cnnterburv is also to sail from Gluseow for Duiiedin and Wellington. The launch Savii, which was recently purchased by Mi John M'Hardy, of Napier, who intends to employ the vessel iv the trawling industry at Hnwkes Bay, is to bail for Napier to-day under the cOmmaud of Cnptnin Twiss. The Northern cargo by tbo Woikore— which was docked on her arrival at Dunedin for overhaulwill be brought on to Wellington by the Herald. Messis Bitnnatyne and Co are advised (hat the Slar of New Zealnud, which has been shipping- a cargo of meat from the Jubilee at Timaru, is to sail for Wellington to-morrow, and is due here on Saturday. The Elingainite, sailing at 4 o'clock this afternoou, has 550 tons of general cargo for through poits, mid '472 tons for bydney. The Star of Aubtmlia, which left Auckland tor London at 7.50 i his rooming, shipped the following cargo from Wellington :— 7636 enrenses sheep, 69-1 do lambs, SCO qnai ters beef, 34 cases kidneys, i' 2ox tails, ISO pieces beef.

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WHAKATANE, FROM LONDON. Evening Post, Volume LX, Issue 52, 30 August 1900

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