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SHIPPING

Hlgli Water.

To-MOBnow. —Taiaroa Heads ; 4.8 a.m.. 4,24 p.m. Port Chalmers : 448 a.m., 5 4 p.m. Dunedin: 583 a.m., 5.49 p.m.

Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—Mat 31. Thurso, barque, 490 tons, Ecoullar, frau the Mauritius (April 16). Rotoron, s.p., 569 tons, Neville, from Kelson via ALaroa and intermediate ports. Passengers : Mr and Mrs Mu'.lington, Miss Turnbull, Mr Watson; and two in the steerage. Hauroto, f.°., 1,276 tons, Kennedy, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton. SAILED.— May 31. Grafton, s.s, 297 tons, Nordstrom, for tho West Coast via Timaru. The Rotorua, from the North, steamed up to Dunedin th : s afternoon and landed cargo at tho Rattray street wharf. The Beautiful Star took iu cargo at the Rattray street whaif to-day, and leaves at 10 p.m. for Oamaru, Tho Rotorua, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermodule ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at noon to-day, and, after landir g some cargo at tho Bowen pier, steamed up to Duaedin to discharge cargo ex Ruapehu. Purser Muuro reports leaving Nelson on tho 28th; called at Pfclon, aud left again at 6.30 a.m. tn the 20th ; reached Wellington same afternoon, and left again at 7 p.m. ; arrived at Lyttelton on the morning of the 80th; tailed again at 3 p.m. ; called at Akaroa at 9 p ra , having experienced fine weather during the passage. The Hauroto left Sydney at 5.15 p.m. on tho 2lst; arrived at Wellington 7.30 a.m. on the 25th; left again at 8 p.m. on the 28th, arrived at Lyttelton at 0.30 p.m. on tho 29th; left again at 9 30 p.ra. on the 30th, and arrived at 8.30 p.m. to-day. Experienced moderate winds and fine weather. Tho barque William Turner is completing her cargo for Sydney at the Jetty street wharf. ARRIVAL OF THB THURSO. A barque four miles east was reported from Taiaroa Heads this morning, and the Plucky proceeded down to tender her. She proved to be the regular trader Thursr, from the Mauritius, and was brought across the bar at 10 a.m. under the charge of Pilot Paton. Having been cleared, she came to an anchor off Deborah Bay nntil this afternoon, when she was towed up to Dunedin. Hr cargo for this port consists of 11,812 pickets of sugar and 70 bales of fibre; she also has 14,420 pockets of sugar for Lyttelton. Her passage has been rather long, having occupied forty-five days. Captain Scoullar reports leaving Port Louis on April 16 with the usual S.E trade wind, which held until the 19th, In latitude 281 eg S, when she met moderate N. to N.W. and westerly winds until she reached longitude GOdeg B, on May 5; these wore followed by strong westerly winds, with occasional northerly and southerly galce, -with heavy sea; passed the meridian of Cape Leeuwin on May 13 in latitude 44deg S , and Tasmania on the 21th, meeting a S.E. breeze, which held for three days, and was succeeded by moderate westerly winds; passed the Solanders at 6 p.m. on the 28th, and Dog Island at 2 a m. on tho 29 hj : was off the Ocean Beach at 0 p.m. on the 30tb, when she was becalmed, and made the Hoads early this morning.

THE DIRECT STEAMER*. The lonic sailed from WeU’ngten for London via Rio at 4.30 yesterday afternoon. She has a full cargo and a fair complement of pisscngers, as follows: —Saloon : Misses Webb (2), J. Stevan, Seth Smith, Fambly, Mesdamer Du Buetson and Resbetb, Captain H. Dn Buesson, Messrs J, Allison, W. Green, W. Gibson, J. !*mUh, J. Prat, 0. 80l i ux. Ressboth (3), T. Palmer, J. Walker, E. Hobson, B. Bowon, Spalding, S. Perema Du Rosa, D. Downes, A. D. Baker, Meack, R. S. Ingles, and Rankin. Second saloon : Misses O’Connor and Baugh, Mesdames Lirand Starling, Messr A. M'Lean, A. Larand. J, Starling, F. Borrow, W. Choimondley, W, Throlkdd, S. Coleman, J. Smith, Burchell; and sixteen steerage. The following is a list of passengers booked per Tainui, which 1. ft London on April 18 and Plymouth April 20, Passengers: Saloon—Mr Henry Wilkinson Brooks, Mrs Brooks and maid, Mr Cecil R. Brooks, Master Geoffrey 0. Brocks, M tsra A. E. Casey, Goetz, Mrs Goetz, Messrs John J. Herdman, James M. Hit', Rev. Dr James M'Gregor, Mr Ernest M'Caughan, Rev, H. Moore, Mias Moore, Messrs A. Norman, Thomas Park, R. Pring, Miss Pring, Mr George Baine, Miss Jane Robertson, Mr N. Samebury, Mrs Sainsbury, Master Painsbnry, Mss Paimbnry, Miss Pmitb, Mr J. H. Van Ryn, M s Van R>n, Master Van Ryn, Mr Andrew Young, Mrs Young, Master Young, Messrs B. G. Yule, J. Wntkin o . Second saloon—Mrs Baldwin, Miss 0. Barlry, Mr W. A. Biggs, Misses Biggs, A. B'ggs. Messrs W, Black, A. Black. Chapman, Captain Cowley, Me j dumea Cowley. Dockrall, Messrs Pockrall, Dockra'l, jnn., Misses Dockrall, a. Dockrall, B. i ockra I, 0. Dockrall, 0. Dockrall, Mesdames Elliott, Haycock, Messr* Joseph Hicken, Edward H. T.amb, Wildum 1 umsdon, David Lumsden Frank Nossiter, Vernon Nossiter, Miss Nellie Nossiter, Mr J. Platt, Miss Lizzie Pollard, Rev. W. E. Pngh, Mesdames Pugh, James Purdy, Dr W. A. Spacing, Misses Sparling, D. Snarling, Masters Sparling, A. Sparling. Messrs E. A. Squire, Aliine Wayte, A.. E. Wilson. Third class— Messrs M. Anglacd, Wm. Armitage, J. Blackburn, George Baker, Mrs Baker, Miss W. Baker, Masters A. Baker, H. Baker, F. Baker, L- Baker, Mr Sydney Baker, Mrs Baker, Master Wilfred Baker, Messrs Peter Brown, William Bonstead, Mrs Bouslead, Masters John Boustead, William Boustead, and Charles Bcuat»ad, Misses Maggy Boustead. Lizzie Boustead, Mr Antonio Boggis, Miss M. J, Benham, Messrs George F. B!om. John Bird, Alfred Buckley, A, B. Burrel, Miss Rurrel, Mrs Brightwell, Misses A. Brightwell, B Brightwell, Masters T. Brightwell, H. Brightwell, Miss M. Brightwell, Messrs A. R. Bond, James Brookman, M. Campbell, Thomas Colvin, Frank Collinwood, F, J. Coats, Robert Colvcr, Thomas Connor, James Dalziel, Miss Mary Dove, Mr Dakar Bdstram. Miss Amelia Edstram, Mr James Ferkins, Mrs Perkins, Masters James and William Ferkins, Messrs John B. Fessey, Patrick Flynn, E, M. Qroube, Isaac Haywood, Benjamin Hargreave*. Charles Johnston, Mrs Johnston. Miss Elsie Johnston, Messrs George James. Gordon James, Michael Kearney, J. •>, Law. Thomas Latcham, Thomas Latoham (jun.). Masters William and John Latcham, Messrs W. Levett, W. D, Machaffie, James B, Margerson, Daniel Marshall, Mrs Marshall, Master Robert Marshall, Messrs W. J. M'Oormiok, Michael Mnlaney, John M'Hale, Samuel M'Crea, H. Mardin, Mrs H. Moodie, Mr Peter Moodie, Miss Margaret Moodie, Master Adam Moodie, Misses

Barbara Moodie, Jean Moodio, Jemima Moodie, Master W, Moodie, Miss Mart Moodie. Mr James Ogston, Mrs Ogaton, M raters J unea Ogston, R. Ogstou, Miss J. Pearce, Mr Lewis Price, Mrs Price, Miss Gertrude Price, Master W. Price. Mias S. A, RadbrJ, Messrs Pat Rouike, John Stewart. Mrs M. Stewart, Mr John Stewart, jun., Misses Lizzie Stewart, Matilda Stewart, Mr W. Stent, Miss Annie Stockwell, Messrs tames .'■myth. David Smyth, Richard Thomas, Williams. Walters, Walter S. Walters, John M. Watt, Mrs Watt, Master AVatt. Messrs John Wilson, Albert Woodward, C. T. Wiec, Mrs Wise.

NAUTICAL INQUIRY.

Tho inquiry into the collision between the Australia and tho Awhcnua in Bangitoto Channel has been concluded at Auckland. All yesterday was taken up with the addresses of counsel, and,the Court will probably give its deoitionthis afternoon. Later. —Tho judgment of the Court tc tho collision between the s.s. Australia, the American barque Essex,,and tho tug Awhenua, which occurred on the 14th nit.,-was given this offernoon. The Court found that the Australia was to blame, and ordered Captain Kemp’s certificate to be suspended for three months. He was also adjudged to pay costs. Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, May 80. Manapouri, for the South. For Napier—Misses Gilflllan and Jackson, Mr 0. Sebelle. For Wellington— R. C rabara and John Taylor, Misses Isaacs and Tracy. Messrs J. Snrsted, Deacon, F. O. Lewis, For Dunedin—Mi s Wells. - Splendid. barque (from Hokiar.ga), for Sydney.— Weitemati, barque (from Kaipara), for Sydney. Wellington, May 30.—The ship Euterpe sailed for Port Pirio to-day vith 1.500 tons of Westport Coal Bast Lothian, ship, Captain Ross, 102 day?, from London, Lyttelton, May 80.-9 p.m., Hauroto, for Port Chalmer?.—lo p.m., Wairarapa, for Northern ports. Sydney, May 30.—Alameda, from Auckland. Bluff, May 8L—7.30 a.m, Rotomahana, from Port Chalmers.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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