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SHIPPING

High Water.

To-mobbow, Taiaroa Heads: 5.20 a.m., 5.44 p.m. Port Chalmers: 0 0 a.m., 6,24 p.m. Dunedin; (5.45 a.m., 7.9 pm. Monday Taiaroa Heads: 6.9 a.m., 636 p.m. Port Chalmers: 6.49 a.m., 7.16 p-m. Dunedin: 734 a.m , 8.1 p.m.

Port Chalmers,

ARRIVED.-May 17.

Takapuna, s.s., 962 tons, Grant, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports. Passengers: Mesdamcu W aldie, Buchanan, Hissen, Misses Cameron (two), Messrs Fleming, Ancell, Nifiser, Rev. Dr Cameron, Masters, Carrington, Buchanan ; and four in the steerage. SAILED.-May 17.

Beautiful Star, a. a., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oarnaru.

The Takapnna, Captain Grant, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at 6 p.m. yesterday and steamed alongside the Bowen pier. Mr Bourne (her purser) reports leaving Nelson at 7 p.m. on the 14th, called at Picton, and left again at 6 am. on the 15th; arrived at Wellington same afternoon, leaving again at S p.m. same day, reaching Lyttelton on the following morning; pushed on again at 6.40 p.m., called at Akaroa, and left again for headquarters at 1.15 a.m yesterday, arriving as above. She experienced boisterous weathi r between Picton and Lyttelton, and from Akaroa fresh southerly gale with heavy sea to arrival.

The Beautiful Star left Dunedin at 10 p.m. yesterday for Oamaru with passengers and cargo. The repairs to the barque Brussels are rapidly progressing. The barque Otago has taken in about 10, COO bags of grain and chaff for Sydney. The barquo Olive was towed up to Dunedin yesterday afternoon by the tugs Koputai and Piucky, and is making preparations for discharging her cargo at the Victoria wharf. The passengers of the lonic presented Chief Engineer Purvis with an address and a gold watch in appreciation of his services on the occasion of the accident to the ship.

Shipping Telegrams. Svr.NEy, May 18.—Lady Mabel, from Whangaroa. Brisbane, Slay 18,—Sovereign, for Auckland.

Newcastle, May 18.—Ohau, for Auckland. New Plymouth, May 18.—11 a m., Wanaka, for Manukau.

Oamaku, May 18.—Early, Beautiful Star, from Dunedin.

Timaru, May 18.—C.30 a.m,, Grafton, from Dunedin.

Lyttelton, May 17. 5.45 p.m., Coptic, for London.—Late ; Barque Halclone, f»r London, —May 18: 2 p.m., Lindus, from Newcastle; 8 a.m,, Victoria Bay, for Falmouth; noon, Natal Queen, for Kobart,

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SHIPPING, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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