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SHIPPING

PORT OF WELLINGTON, HIGH WATER To-day—sh Hm ajn.; 5h 40m p.m. To-mol*ow—6h llm a.m.; 6h SBm p,m< ARRIVALS. December 2&—Wakatu, s.s. (9.26 p.m.). 157 tons. Wills, from Kaikoura and Lyttelton December 23—Pateena, s-S. (7.25 p.m.), 1212 tons, Mawson, from Nelson and Picton December 23 —Poherua, B.s. (10.30 p.m.), 1175 tons, Edge, from Westport December 23—Opawa, s.s. (10.80 p.m.), 110 tons, Nicholas, from Blenheim December 23—Waverley, s.s. (11 p.m.), 157 tons, Fisk, from Patea December 24—Takapuna, s.s. (3.45 a.m.), 1050 tons, Irwin, from Nelson and Picton December 24—Koraata, s.s. (4.5 a,m.), 1994 tons, Lambert, from "Westport December 21—Queen of the South, s.s. (6.10 a.m.), 188 tons, Harvey, from Foxton December 24—Maori, s.s. (8.35 a.m.), 3399 tons, Manning, from Lyttelton December 24—Xgahere, s.s. (1.10 p.m.), 1100 tons, Dowell, from Greymouth December 24 —Kamona, s.s. (4 pjn.), 1425 tons, Scott, from Melbourne, via sonthern ports and Lyttelton December 24—Tarawera, s.s. (4.15 p.m.), 2003 tons. Williams, from lyttelton December 24—Mapourika, s.s. (6.40 p.m.), 1203 tons, Seu-ell, from Nelson December 25—Kowhai, s.s. (12.5 a.m.), 792 tons, Rankine, from Gisborne December 25—Kamo, s.s. (12.10 a.m.), 1236 tons, Watson, from Greymouth December 25—Ripple, s.s. (6.40 a.m.), 379 tons, Carlson, from Gisborne December 25—Rosamond, s.s. (7.10 a.m.), 721 tons, Eankine. from Bluff December 25—Manuka, s.s. (8.25 a.m.), 4505 tons, Clift, from Hobart and Sydney. Passengers for Wellington: Saloon—Misses Meredith, Hart, Atkins, James (2), Christie, Badtnan, Jessop, Collins (3), Vale, Punce, Hamilton (2), Fitzgerald, Sisters Brosnan and Brosnan, Maley, Faram, Griffln, Walker, Gray, Jones, Nurse Bennett, Levrite, Hurst, rich, Wilkinson, Mesdames Armstrong and 2 children, Fleming, Shepherd, Craggs, Woodbury, lohrey, James, Wine! Nott,^Masters, Collins, Spury, Wilkinson, Eorke. Faith, Webb, Wilkie, Dunoon, McLeish, Bolton, Walker, Griffiths, McLeod, Mclntyre, Captain Reeves, Drs. Yule, McFarlane, Lieut. Mitchell, Revs. Wilkins, Boylan, Egan, Baker, Messrs. Bridges, Gardrat, Nichols, Tate, lohrey, Nance, Gbugh, Mclntyre, lush, Milne, Steward, Smith, Masters, Mooney (3), Forbes, Green, Davies, Graham, Oyster, Allen, McKenzie, Ward, Mclarsh. 'Rend, Benson, Hunter, McMullen, Coulter, Hayes, Thompson, Bayley, Stearman. Aldworlh, Walker, Nolan, Littlen, Mcleod, English Comedy Company (61); 118, steerage December 26—Mararoa, s.s. (9.25 a.m.), 2598 tons, Mawson, from lyttelton DEPARTURES. December 23— Wallsend^ s.s. (1.20 p.m.), BS9 tons, Rule, for Greymouth December 23—Nikau, s.s. (2.5 p.m.), 248 tons, Hay, for Nelson and Motueka December 23—Mapourika, s.s. (5.40 p.m.), 1203 tons, Sewell, for Picton and Nelson December 23—Mararoa, s.s. (8.5 p.m.), 2598 tons, Mawson, for lyttelton December 23—Pateena, s.s. (10.10 p.m.), 1212 tons, Irvine, for Nelson December 24—Monowai, s.s. (3 a.m.), 3433 ions, Morton, for lyttelton and Dunedin December 25—Tarawera, s.s. (4.40 p.m.), 2003 tous, Williams, for Napier, Gisborne, and 'Auckland December 25—Maori, s.s. (8.5 p.m.), 3399 tons, Manning, for Lyttelton' December 26—Port Chalmers, B.S. (6.10 aja.), ■15534 tons, West, for Napier and Gisborne EXPECTED ARRIVALS. Kapiti, Wanganui, 26th Kara, Timaru, 26th Takapuna, Nelson and Picton, 27th Pateena, Nelson and Picton, 27th Maori, Lyttelton, 27th , Kaitoa, Nelson and Motueka, 27th ■ Hawera, Patea, 2Sth. Calm, Lyttelton, 2Sth .. Mararoa, Lyttelton, 28th Nikau, Nelson, 28th Waverley, Patea, 29th Opawa, Blenheim, 29th Queen of the South, Foxton, 23th Tainui, Auckland, 29th Putiki, Wanganui, 29th Blenheim, Sonnds. 30tb Port Hacking, Auckland, 30th Wakatu, Kaikoura and Lyttelton, SOth Eipple, Napier, 31st Bona, Dunedin, 3rd PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Mararoa, Lyttelton, 26th Hapourika, Picton, Nelson, West Coast, 26th Waipori, Kaipara, 26th Kapiti, Wanganui, 27th Corinna, New Plymouth, 27th Maori, Lyttelton, 27th Kaitoa, Nelson and Motueka, STth Hfcnitangi, Chatham Wands, 27th Opawa, Blenheim, 27th Eipple, Napier, 27th Blenheim, Sounds, 27th Putiki, Wanganui, 27th Waverley, Patea, 27th Queen of the South, Foxton, 27th Kapuni, Patea, 27th Wakatu, Kaikoura and Lyttelton, - 27th Hawera, Patea, 28th Pateena, Picton and Nelson, 28th Takapuna, Pietofi' and Nelson, 28th Manuka, Sydney, 28th Nikau, Nelson and Motueka, 28th Calm, Wanganui, 28th * Kamo, Greymouth, 2nd Komata, Westport, 2nd . OVERSEA VESSELS TO ARRIVE. Following is a list of oversea vessels dv» to arrive.at Wellington:— Tainui, left London, via Hobart and Auckland; due about the 30th December; left Hobart 18th December. At Auckland 25th December.Port Hacking (ex Slimiro), left New York via Panama Canal and Auckland; due about tha 31st December. At Auckland 24th December Florence Luckenbach, left New York 3rd December, via Panama Canal and Auckland; due about the 10th January ney, and due about the 9th January Akita Maru, was to leave Yokohama 15th December direct; duo about the 3rd January Kia Ora, left Liverpool, via Auckland; due afcnut the 2nd January Port Victor (ex Muritai), left London, via 'Australian ports, Auckland, and Napier; due about tho 25th January Gogovale, left New York 3rd December, via Panama Caial; due about 12th January Orarfi left Liverpool 16th November, via Melbourne, Sydney, and Auckland; due about the 28th January Dongarra, left Montreal, via Panama Canal ■ and Auckland; due in January Port Elliot, left London, via Australian portSj 'Auckland, Gisborne, and Napier; due about the 27th February Kirkoswald, to leave New York via Auckland SAILERS. C. 8. Holmes, American schooner, left Seattle (Washington) 21st November; due about the 15th January Defiance, American schooner, to leave Puget Sound Narwhal, Norwegian barque, left San Franc:sco 17th November; due about the loth January. BY TELEGRAPH. PLYMOUTH, 24th December Arrived—Turakina, from Wellington SYDNEY, 25th December Arrived—Westralia (yesterday), from Auckland ; Maroro, scow, from Kaipara NEWCASTLE, 25th December Sailed—Wanganui, barquentine, for Wellington; Ihumata, for Wanganui AUCKLAND, 23rd December Arrived—Port Hacking (2.55 a.m.), from New York; Arahura, from Gisborne — Sailed—Arahura (6.5 p.m.), for Gisborne; Koromiko (7.15 p.m.), for Newcastle 24th December Arrived—Tainui (1.15 a.m.), from london, via Hobart; Fiona (4.15 a.m.), from Fiji; Kaupo, barque (0.30 a.m.), from lyttelton; Daniel, barque (10.36 a.m.), from Timaru; Kauri (7.50 p.m.), from Fiji 25th December Arrived—Te Anau (4 p.m.), from southern ports; Kurow (5.30 a.m.), from southern ports; Kahu (5.40 a.m.), from East Coast bays; Makura (11.30 a.m.,), from Sydney ONEHUNGA, 24th December Arrived—Karawa (10.45 a.m.), from New Plymouth 26th December Arrived—Kaituna (10.15 a-m.), from Greymouth — • NELSON, 26th December To sail—Kaitoa (7 p.m.) and Pateena (7 p.m.), for Wellington GREYMOUTH, 24th December Arrived—Wallsend (7.10 p.m.), from WellingLYTTELTON, 23rd December Arrived—Southwaite (4.30 p.m.), from New 24th December Arrived—Monowai (5.30 p.m.), from Welling26th December Arrived—Maori (6.25 a.m.), from Wellington To sail—Maori (7 p.m.), for Wellington WANGANUI FOR WELLINGTON According to a Press Association message received in Wellington during the week end the barquentine Wanganui sailed from Newcastle yesterday for this port, presumably with a load of coal. Whether or not she is coining here is not definitely known, but it is hardly probable that she is. The Wanganui usually trades between Newcastle and the port from , li^h_Bie i tatoa.-be£ l namft s^_____j

, TAINUI AT AUCKLAND From London, via Hobart, tbo liner Tninul reached Auckland at 1.15 a.m. on Sunday, ami ■will come on to Wellington about Friday' next.. A list of her saloon passeueers has already appeared in the Post THE POKT HACKING Slightly earlier than was anticipated the cargo steamer Southwaite arrived at Auckland on Saturday afternoon from New York via Panama Canal. Wellington will bo her next Sort. The Port Hacking is better known as lie Mimiro, of the C. and D. Line WARNING TO SHIPMASTERS. ; Captain Dawson, Harbourmaster at Wellington, has received a cable message from Covlon as follows:—"Warn all shipping Colombo I'icht (white every ten seconds) may bo extinguished ] at any time owing to defective machinery. A further notice will bo issued when the light is again iv working order mid reliable." MANUKA, FROIK SYDNEY On arrival at Wellington from Hobart and Sydney yesterday morning the. Manuka berthed from Sydney at'l p.m. on Thursday, and experienced a fine weather p:\ssase. The cargo, all of which will be put out at Wellington, amount* to about MOO tons, including transhipments ex Gange, St. Albans, Chronbs. St. Phillips. Nikko Maru, Kuninno Mara, Aki Jlnrii, and Mooltan. Discharging operations commenced at S o'clock thit; morning. The llanuka will remain at Wellington until 5 p.m. on Thursday, when she will sail for Sydney and Hobart

TURAKINA ARRIVES HOME Cabled advice received by the New Zealand Shipping Company reports the safe arrival at Plymouth last Friday of the liner Turakiua from Wellington DONGARRA EN ROUTE : The cargo steamer Dongarra, running under the auspices of the New Zealand Shipping Company, is now en route to New Zealand from Montreal, via Panama Canal. She -will arrive ' here next month HIIIITANGI FOR THE ISLANDS | The Himitangi will be despatched from Wellington at noon to-morrow for the Chatham Islands. She will load sheep and wool at Waitangi, Tuapeka, and Kangaroa . for Lyttelton ADELAIDE AT MELBOURNE Completing a voyage commenced over two years ago the steamer Cunene, formerly the German-Australian liner Adelaide, arrived at Melbourne a few days ago, having left Capetown on the ISth November. With a full cargo for Australia the Adelaide left Hamburg on the 4th July, 1914, a month before the outbreak of war. Antwerp was left on the 11th ! July, and while the steamer was at sea she j got word of the commencement of hostilities, I whereupon she made for the Portuguese port of Loanda, arriving there on the 13th August, 1914. She remained interned at this port for two years, but when Portugal became [at war with Germany the Adelaide was seized t by the Portuguese authorities, and subsequently1 renamed Cunene, under which she left for Capetown, arriving there on the 12tU October. At Capetown she went into dry dock for repairs and a general- cleaning up. It is believed that there is a quantity of cargo for New Zealand on board .the Adelaide PERSONAL In the course oi a letter to bis parents (Captain and Mrs. C. F. Post, of Wellington) Mr. Mack Post, who was serving his time on the Port Elliot, of the C. and D. Line, as cadet, stated that he expected to be transferred to the Port Hardy Mr. W. J. Neville, acting purser of the Jlapourikai has come ashore in order to rejoin the Paloona. Mr. Whiting, who has been acting as purser of the Kamona, has joined the Mapourika as purser The Tutanekai completed her cable repair work in the Strait on Saturday night, and came into port. She is at present ljing at Clyde-quay Wharf

The Union Company's' Kamo, Kowhai, Komata, and Kamona will remain in port hero until after the Xew Ydar

During the last run of the Manuka from Wellington to Sydney a flre was discovered in the bakehouse amidships, a few hours before entering Sydney harbour. The fire was promptly extinguished and little damage resulted

The liner Pprt Chalmers sailed for Napier this morning. v She . will subsequently visit Gisborne, and will then come back to Wei-

The Australian cargo steamer Wallsend, which brought a cargo of flour here from Melbourne on Thursday, sailed on Saturday afternoon for Greymouth, -where she will load timber for Sydney or Melbourne

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SHIPPING, Evening Post, Volume XCII, Issue 152, 26 December 1916

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