HIGH WATER. THIS DAY. I Port Chalmers J Donvoi 4.53 p.m. j 6.23 p.m. 1 6 Bp.x TO-MORROW. 5.36 ] 6.5 j 6.50 PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED. Helen Burns, ship, from Glasgow. Passe: gets : Rev. Mr M‘Galium and wife; Mess findlay, Williamson, and 21 in the steerage. CUSTOM HOUSE, DUNEDIN. THIS DAY. IKWARDB. Meteor, 43 tons, Loverock, from Kaipara. Hope, 21 tons. Gay, from Kakanui. Lloyd’s Herald, 48 tons, Henry, from Catlii river. Storm Bird, 67 tons, Fraser, from Bluff. Samson, 124 tons, Hart, from Oaniaru. Amaranth, 51 tons, Marks, from Kaipara. Florence, 54 tons, Campbell, from Wangapo OUTWARDS. Jane, 25 tons, Walker, from Shag Poin with ballast. Result, 14 tons, Kelly, from Waikouaiti. Anne, 29 tons, Haswell, for Oamavu. Samson, 124 tons. Hart, for Oamaru, Maori, 118 tons, Malcolm, for Timaru. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Albion, for Bluff, Dec. 4 Amaranth, for Auckland, early. Claud Hamilton, - for Northern Ports, Dec, 5 Crest of the Wave, for Napier, Deo. 5 Dakota, for San Francisco, Dec. 19 Energy, for Auckland, early J. N. Fleming for London, Dec. 5 Maid of Otago, lor Wanganui, Dec. 5 Otago, for London, Deo. 24 Peter Denny, for London, Dec. 24 Phoebe, for Northern Ports, Dec. 5. .The vessels in port to-day were H.M.. C Dido; ships, Helen Burns, Bulwark, Pete Denuy, Otago, J. N. Fleming, May Quc n, I P Bouverie ; barques, P.0.E., Gyrene ; brigar tine. Swordfish. The barque Sarah Drefus expects to finis discharging her cargo of sugar to-morrow. There was no appearance of tho Albion froi. the North when our reports left the Port. Th strong S. W. breeze that blew all night woub detain her considerably. The E. P. Bouverie, which is alongside tb Railway Pier, has 200 bales of wool on board and commenced “ dumping” on Monday morn ing. She takes some more wool on board thi evening from the train. This will bo the firs wool brought down the line. The Sydney correspondent of the Aran. writes as follows on November 7 : -Tho ten deis for the San Francisco Service are due or the 20th of this month. I cannot hoar that anj telegrams have been received from Loudon in stituting any detailed inquiries, and this doe* not leok as if English steamboat proprietor.' were preparing calculations. At the same time it is certain that there will be some tenders, and the only doubtful point is whether they will be of a character that the Government can accept. The Helen Burns, one of Patrick Henderson’s liners, was seen off the Ocean Beacli yesterday morning. Tha Geelong went down for her in the forenoon, and brought her up. at ,'J p.m., off Rocky Pc/int. She left Glasgow on August 14; sighted Errir. Heads on the 17th ; and had light winds till the end of the month. The N.E. traded were very light. On September 4, encountered a cyclone, which blew very some hours, but did little or no damage to the ship. The equator was passed “onSeptember 19. The S.E. trades were also very light Passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hone on October 23. During the remainder of the passage had light winds and fine Weather, with the exception of a heavy N. W. gale off 'he Snares, which were passed on the 30th ult, at 8 a.m. Mrs Houston, one of the passengers, gave birth to a male child on the 4th November. The Helen Burns has made a rather protracted passage of 110 days, awing to a continuation of light winds and calms.
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