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To-moheow. Taiaroa Heads: 10.31 a,m.. 11.3 p in. Port Chalmers ; 11.11 a.m,, 11.43 p.m. Dunedin; 11. CO a.m.. 0.28 p.m. Monday, —Taiaroa Heads: 11.34 a.m., 0,4 p.m. Port Chalmers : 0.14 a.m., 044 p.m. Dunedin: 059 a m., 1.29 p.m. Port Chalmers. HAILED.- Junk 7. Beautiful Star, 140 tons. Brewer, for Oairuiu. June 8. "Willinm Turner, barque, 431 tons, Berry, for Sydney. The Beautiful Star left the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday, with cargo and passengers for Oamaru. 1 ho barque William Turner was towed to sea t'is morning by the Plucky, and sailed for Sydney with a full cargo of grain and other farm produce. The barque Mabel is taking in ballast at the Rattray street whai f. She sails in a few days for Newcastle.

The ba que Loch Awe is getting well clear of her dead-weight cargo at the cross wharf. Acting under medical advice, Captain James Malcolmaon, who was to have taken charge of the a.s. Banks Pen ; t;sul», has declined the appointment, and goes to England in the Ruapehu, leaving Wellington on the 13th inst. Captain J. W. Harris, who has navigated the s. Akaioa for some years pa‘t, takes the Banks Peninsula, while his place on the Akaroa will be taken by Captain O. Clark.— ‘ Bress.’ The barque Victoria, which left Dunedin on May 9, arrived at Melbourne on the 25th, when Captain John Skiramms resigned the command, and intends retiring from active service. The r tiremeut is well (b served, for Captain Skimmins has been at sea as boy and man for over sixty years. Re came out to Hobart fortye’ght yeais ego in the steamer Seahorse, and ever since then hasten trading from Hobait as man, mate, and master in the intercolonial trade ; and as a proof of his good name amongst seamen, wo may mention that men have sailed with him continuously for ten years. The Yictoi ia is now under the command of Captain J. T. Skimmins, who was chief o/fi ;er of the vessel. Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, Juno 7 —Mararoa, far the Pouth. Pasengers : For Napier—Miss Hoi lit, Mr and Mrs Morrison and child, Revs. A. Daniels and O, Israel, Messrs Marcmft, J. Murgatroyd, Glass, Vivian, Alelark, Pike. For Webingt. Miss Kins da, Mrs South, Mr and Mrs Berry and children, T r and Mrs Cobhett, and two children, Messrs A. Bower, Chati r, E. Carter, J. Ross, Duthie. Davis. For Lyttelton—Miss Wilson, Mr end Mrs Wells and child, Master J. Mcotp. For Dunedin—Miss Calvert, Mr M'Dorald, and thirteen steerage. —Wanak-, for the South. Passengers—Mrs E. Lapgguth, Master Dalton. - From Kaipara ; Omeo, barque, for Melbourne. Wellington, June 7 Wakatipu, from Sydney. She encountered strong head winds on the voyage over. Passengers: For Wellington—Mr, Mrs, and Master Kennedy, Misses Corderov and Kennedy, Mr Levein, Rev. Father Fahy. For Lyttelton—Mrs H. Thomson, Mr H. Holiday and one steerage. For Dunedin— Messrs 0 Fontabi, Marshall, A. Archer, end two steerage.—P- ngnin. for Lyttelton. Poasmgeis; Mies Cross, Mesdaraes Ponlington and Hart, Messrs Hart, Peterson, Macgowan, and six steerage. Sydney, June 7.—Madiera, for Auckland, June 8 : Fifeshire, s.s , for Oamaru.—Northern Chief, from Auckland. Bluff, June 7. Manapouti, for Melbourne, with sixty-five passengers from all ports. London, June 7.—Obern, from New Zealand, Melrourne, June B,— Lorna Doone, barque, from New Zealand.—Parnell, brigantine, for Kaipara. Newcastle, .tune S.—Bells, barque, for Wellington. Timaru, June R.— Early, Mahinapua, from Dunedin.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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