SYDNEY, loth January. Arrived— -Japattese cruisers, Aso and Soya, Auckland. Hailed — Marama and Mantua, lor Auckland. The Omraii'e New Zealand passengers are: — ■ Messrs, Thorburn, Wright, Mr aud Mrs Hetnerington, Mr, Mrs, aad Miss -Hawdon, Mrs ilenniker, Misses Burton, Connelly, Johnston, and Brett: 9 third-class. / AUCKLAND, 15th January. Sailed— 'Northern Chief, barque, for Sydney; Jlaheno (10.20 pjn.), for Sydney. NEW PLYMOUTH. Jflth January. Sailed— Barawa, (S.fio p.m.). for Onehuttga. NAPIEIi, lnti) January. - Sailed— Kahu (7.30 p.m.), for Wellington, via - the coasfc. PATfiA, 15th January. Atrived—Aorere (6.40 p.m.) r and -Kiripato
16th January. Sailed— Kiripaka (7.30 a.m.), Aorere (7.35 a.m.), for Wellington. PICTON, 15th January. Arrived— Pateena (4.4 D p.m.) and Flora, (7 p.m.), from Wellmgtou. I 10th January. Arrived— Rosamond (5 a.m.), fiom Wellington. BLENHEIM, 16th January. Arrived— Opawa (5 a.m.) and Blenheim (5.13 tt-m.), from Wellington MOTDEKA, lCth January. Arrived— MJlanaroa (7.15 a.m.), fiom Wellington. 'Io sail— Manaroa (6 p.m.), for Wellington. MJIiSON, 10th January. . Arrived — Pateena (4.30 a.m.), from Picton. Sailed— Pateena (7.50 a.m.), for -Wellington. FAKEWELi, SPIT, 10th January. Kotuku passed east at 7 a.m. LVITELTON, 16th January. Arrived— Maori (7 a.m.), fiom Wellington. To sail— Maori (8 p.m.), for Wellington. DUNIiDhN', 15th January. Sailed — Karma, for Lyttelton; Breeze, for Tiuiaru; Warrimoo, for Blutt and Melbourne. COMING BY THE TAINUI. ( ' The following ialoon passengers are on boaid the Shaw, Savill, and Albion liner Taiuui, which is due at Wellington oil the 20rd January fiom London, via ports:— Mr if. Barnefct, Miss R. E. Barnicoat, Mr J. N. Benall, Mr O. A. Biumy, Mrs Bunny, Mr and Mrs A. Ferguson, llev. J. P. Huuipwn, Miss I. M. Haulbou, Mr C. Hilderbraud, Mr B. B. Lemon, the Right Rev. Bishop and Mrs NevilJ, JlibS H. L. Porter, Miss E. Porter, Mr W. J. Younger, Mr A. V. Baker, Mis M. Barn/ather, Misses (2) Barafather, Miss A. Bonaker, Miss B. Boyle, Mr S. B. Bulfleid, Miss ' J. H. Bulstrode, Miss C. Burnett, Mr T. G. Clarksou., Rev. A. H. aud Mrs Colville, Mr and Mrs F. H. Cooper, and Miss Cooper, Miss E. Donovan, Mrs J. and Miss J. Gray, Mrs C< Hanel, Mr O. Hayer, Mr H. Hayward, Mias E. A. Hill, Mrs J. flislop, Mr P. C. Holmes, Mr G. Hummerish, Miss D. lugrain, Mr H. Jonee, Mr A. M. and Miss X., Miss G., Mr A, Kidner, Mr F. J. and Mr W. E. Leonard, Mr and Mrs W. McCormic and the Misses McCormic (3), Mr J. McFetndge, Miss Moir, Mr F. Nicholson, Mr S., Mr X., and Miss I. Pnckhain, Mr and Mrs J. Pete>s/ Mist, S. Platt, Mr J. Ramsden, Mrs A. Ren«gen, Miss S. Richards, Mr J. A. Roberts, Mr and Mrs A. and Miss M. Rowley, Mr E. Sheehy, Mr and Mrs 8. Smellie and 2 sons, Mr H. Statham, Miss Stephens, llr'F. J. Sullivan, Miss E. Titley,- Mr 0, S. Tombs, Mr W. A. Veen, Miss W. Waller, Mr R. Warrington, Miss N. M. Webb, Mr F. Williams, Rev; W. H. Wil-'j liamson, Miss Winzer, Mr T. W. Woodrofle; ' also iSZ m the third-class, , \ STAR OF INDIA. The Star' of India, which is due at Wellington oa Thursday from London, via way ports, has 700 tons of cargo for this port. Upon completion of her discharge here, the Vessel will commence Homeward loading, and sail about Sunday for Gisborne. OTAKI'S EXPECTED ARRIVAL. •The steamer Otaki wilt be at Wellington on Friday from London, via ports. She leaves Auckland to-morrow. ' | SUSSEX I/EFT iIVERPOOI,. The Federal-Houlder-Shire steamer Sussex got away from Liverpool on Friday for Sydney, Newcastle, .Auckland, Wellington, Lytteiton, Duaedin, and Bluil'. Wellington should be reached about the 22nd March. TO LEAVE NEW YORK.' The Anglo-Bolivian', loading at New York under the atupices of the A. and A. Company, will sail from that port on the sth February for' New Zealand ports. She is due here about the end^of April. On .Monday, the 29th January, the magis-* teriol enquiry into the circumstances connected with the Awaroa's collision, with the Ferry Wharf will be held. The assessors have not ij<it been choeen. The Moana, Makura, "and Wimmera will probably be within wireless range of Wellington this evening. The New Zealand Shipping Company's s.s. .Opawa is due here about Friday next from Picton. She sails finally lor London ■oa the 26th inst, , , The Kaipara arrived at Fremantle from London on Friday last, and was to have sailed oa Saturday for Dunedin, - ' Mr. R. Cordy, second rnatej of the Mapourika, has signed off, and his place lias been taken by Mr. R. Stewart. A wireless message received ab 11,50 last night stated that the Moana expects to arrive at 6 a.m. to-morrow. t The Karamea is io leave St. John, New Foundland, on the 15th of next month for New Zealand ports, and should be due here about bhe 28th ApriL The Orari sails from London on the '4th March, and the Ruahino from Plymouth on the 16th March. New Zealand Shipping Company's Turakina is (to leave Plymouth on the 20th January for Wellington, and on the 17th February ithe Remuera. is to sail from the same port, to arrive here about the Ist April. The Huiunul lfeaves London on the 20th January, and the Rimutaka on the 4th February. Mr. J. D. Frew, late chief officer of the "Warrimoo, has joined the Squall as master. Mr. J, T. Copeland, Jate third officer of the Marama, has been piomoted to second on the Tofua. He takes the place of Mr H. E. JL-awsou, who Ivas left hi Sydney owing to illness. ' The Hlnemoa will leave the Bluff for West Coast Sounds, Westport, and Wellington on Thursday, She is due here in about ten days. . On the Bth February the Tyser liner Nerehana is due to leave London for Australian and New Zealand ports. i It is expected to despatch the. barque Antuco for Dunedin in a day or so to complete discharge of her Liverpool cargo. The RegulUß v trill come off ihe Slip on Thursday, and sail the day following for Westport. The New Plymouth Harbour Board dredge Paritutu will go oa the Slip on Friday. The Himitangf will not leave lyttelton for the Chatham Islands until 5 p.m. to-morrow. The Ngahere sails for Greymouth to-day, returning to Wellington on Friday. The Ngatoro will be at Wellington on Thursday from Greymouth. The Ksunoaa is due at Wellington tomorrow from Greymouth. She will proceed from here to New Plymouth, Onehunga, Kaipara'i Melbourne, and Newcastle. Mr. R. Beveridge had joined the Maori as second engineer. ,
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