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Hlpli Water. To-MOUKOW. Taiaroa 7.48 p.m. Port Chalmers : 8 0 A.m., 8 2i5 p.m. Dunedin : 8.45 a.m., 9.11 p.m, . • Port dimmer*. AKRIVKD -Junk 5. Mahinapua, s.s., 205 tots, Todd, from Westport v'a Timaru and intc-mt<l ; ate ports. Passengers : Mr an<l Miss Hobiston, Mrs and Miss Lamb, Mrs Wilson, Misses Stanford, Allen, Dr M'lntyre, Mr Anderson; and five in the steer >g". Mauapouri, s.s . 1,020 tons, J. Lo?an, from Sydney via Auckland and intermediate ports Pas sen ens: Mwdames Grant and two children, Thomson and infant, Misses Mills (2), Gregg, Kisscnhardt, A. Rim 11. Will, Messrs M'Giver, A. Thomson, J. Ciolty, E M. Hall, Glover ; and five in the steerage. SAILED.- June 4. Beautiful Star, s.b., 14G tons, Brewer, for 0 trcaru. The Beautiful Star left Dunedin at 10 p.m. yesterday with caigo and passengers for Oanrnu. i The brigantine Enterprise was shifted over to the Jetty street wharf this morning, and commenced landing limbir. The barque Thurso landed the la-t of her Dunedin cirgo at the cros.) wliaif ihia afternoon. The German buquc Olive, put out the last or her Dunedin cargo yesteiday afternoon. The barque Loch Awe has about 800 tons of cargo to put out. The barque M<bel is expected to be clear of cargo to-morrow. From this port she goes to Newcastle. The Mahinapua steamed up from Port Chalmers this foronoon, and put out cargo at thi' Rattray street wharf. The Maitai was au iron vessel built in 1885 by Luke and William:), Wellington, and was purchased by the Union Company from that firm shortly after she was launched. Her dimensions were : T overall H7ft, breadth of beam 22ft, dep'h of hold 10ft; gross tonnage 275 tons, net 103 tons; and 55 horsepower. She was valued at LB,OOO, and insured for L 4.000. ftho was insured fur 501) in the Standard, New Zealand, Colonial, and United (of Sydney); L 750 in the. Victoria ; and 1250 in the National, South British, North Q iecn--land, Equitable, and Baden Insurance Companies. Her crew were:—Captain, W. D. Dawsin; chief officer, G. H. Keyworth ; second officer, C. Ancell; purser, K. H. Larsen; and five seamen; chief engineer, J. C. Gifford; second engineer, W. Robrrtson; arid three firemen; chief stewarl. S. Thompson ; stewardess, Mary Smith ; and two cooks and two stewards. The insurances on the cargo, as far as ascertained, are: Alliance Marine 11,150; New Z'iiland, about, L 2.000; B<'uth BriH hj. L 200; National, probjbly L2 0; Union, L 215. , The Manayouri, from Sy Iney via A'icVland and intermedial r.orts, a lived a'ong-ide the Bowen pier at 0.30 p.m. to-day. Mr Cuy ( 1 purser! reports leaving Sydney at 4.39 p.m. on the 23rd ult. ; anived at Auckland at, 2 a.m. I on the 26th ; remained there until 0.30 '■ p.m. on the 30th, when she pushed ou for tho I called at Gisbome on the 3'at Napur on the Ist inst, Wellington on the 2nd, and Lyttelton at 8 30 p.m on the 4th ; experienced ■ light head wind < and cloudy weather down the ! coa*t I The Mahinapua, from Westport via Timwu ' and intermediate ports, arrived at Port

! Crnlmers ftt 8 to-day, and steamed alengci le the George street pur .She left Wes'p nt I at noon on the 314 ult., called nt Ni Von, ard left again rt 10 a.m. ou theLt inst, : ,-t We'lingtoii Mine aft rnooii, and -a': >:" a.ada al 0 a.m. on the 2nd; reached L}'t..;. eii the ironing of the '.'• d, and 'eft .i^.;. ; n a: 8pp..'.,;...'.,; called at Tnn.uu, and at', agsin !'or Iradquarters at 5 p.m. yest. id.-.y, ariivin;; a;i ab..vo it h'i.i keen mentioned i "-t il.e : i-j -.m M.•' ;:-tar of Victoii.iai.d Stai <;r Keghsnd ..' io (o !).' engaged n i'.ie I'-ew Zeil.i d tiad.\ T'use two boat.i r.a-'e Ikv.n charteie.j by fcl e ColonLl (,'nioii (Jomp:i;iy, and arc to be u.iployeil in thetiuvcy.inco of frozen mutton to London. '.Hey will start on the voyage from Louden wiih c\ieo f r Adelaid ■, Melbou.: e, and Sydney, and will then piocecd to Mew Zoai.ind for ilnir frozen freight, which will be t.-.keii to Jj>ii''on diiect. Loth .sieamo'S have been chait'.r'.d fo.' twelve months, and ir, i, si'd that the r.ermsmc 1.30,000 each for that p.' Both b..:4.i are liiyh-ahai'S vessels, and fo! m pintion ef the line of steam and sailirg v.s.els owned by sir J. T. (Jorry and Co., of lielfast. Both boats ate fitted with triple expansion engines of 3">o bor.~e-power nominal, and have been bu'lt with special ngird to efficiency, irre.-pectixe ef test. and they are said to be finished spee'moss of maiine aichitec'.uie. I'oth, as a matter <.f oou'Ke, arc on the highest cI-ish at Lloyd'.-. The Star of Kngland - the latest built—made a s-'iies of trial tiips last month, and a iman speel of eleven knots was developed, with the ve sel fully loadid. The cou'-mt.ption of coal with the.-e steameisis of a limited charact. r. C>"t.iu Smith has cm rand of theSt;;r(,f 'v ictoria, and Oapt dn .Simpson, well known in the Stir of Kussia, has bci n appoiuicd to the Star of England.—' Argns ' MOVEMENTS OF Tilt. Lle4<)N STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLE&T. Wednesday. June ~>. Blii ■'!''. Tarawera arrived 8 a.m.; sailed 3.3 i p m. for Port Chalnv rs. Wellington.—Australia sailed 1 pin. for Naiiier. Kitsskli..—Wairarapa ariived 8 a in. fiom Au.klaud; sailed 1 p.m. for Sydney. MINING NOTES. The fallowing items are from to- lay's 'T.ueri Adv. cite ':—" A geotlennn who went up to Nenthorne the othf day speculated i" shares, investins; 1,100. and he made :> profit of 1.50 before he Mt the field.-A small compaey of Dunrdin gentlemen—two of them P-ond street merchants and one of them a wed-Itnown medical man—have giv"ii LI,COO for a twothirds share in A.shby's Blue Slate claim, The little syndicate is compo.ed of phroyd men, who are well up in the values of mining property." At the Moonlight Mr Richardson, whilst on his recent trip to the We 4 Coi.-t, wai shown a fineOOoz nugget which had been taken out of one of the claims, and which had be n purchased by the Orey County Council to b.? r.nit to the Duncdin Fxhihition. Other huge nuggets were siid to have been found in the same claim, one of them even larger than this. THE DIRECT STKAMER-} The Tainui arrived at Hobart at noon yesterday. She ha<. seventy-one passengers (<•<■ Australia and 101 for New Zealand. I'u.ingthe voyage from the Cape to this port she was delayed by thick eistrrly weather ai.d si vere gales, accompanied by high seas. She sailed for New Zealand at daylight todtty. S'iippUtS TeJesrauis. IVi-'F, June Ti —The Tarawtr,t 1. ft Melbourne at on the 2'.V.h, airiving a~ Hob-rt at 10 a.m. on the 3ht ; sailed again on the samedav-at (!, dropping anchor outsi'c the Tdi'df 1..4 n : gbt. T'xperienced strong eat -ily winds and heavy head sea throughout. Passengers: I'or the tdulf—Mrs Wilson, chi'd, and maid. Miss Hill, Messrs Waddell, Bdl. and nanna. For Duucd'n—Mrs Peacock, Misses Cottier. Richards, Kutts, and Mr Gnar. For Welliegton—Mrs Ledger. Mi-ses Wilson and Ledger. For Auckland-Mr Huntto's. Thirtytwo in the s.tecri'zn for all ports.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889

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