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SHIPPING.

High Water. To-morrow. —Taiaroa Heads; 1,48 a m.. 2.14 pm. Port Chalmers: 228 a.m,, 2.54 p.m, Dunedin : 3,13 a.m., S.3D p.m, Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-Junk 11. Kakanui, s.s., 58 tons, Best"(put back). SAILED,— Junk 11. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. Kakanui, s.s., 50 tons, Bent, for Gatlin River. June 12. Te Auau, s.s., 1,028 tons, M'lntosh, for Sydney via northern ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Misses Kelly, M‘Kay, Cobb, James, Brcastman, Mesdames Murray, Scott, Coombs, Brain, Fairclough and child, Messrs Murray, Scott, Coombs, Thompson, England, Balfour, Pollard, Shannon, Brain, and Fairclough. For Wellington—Misses Muir, Moeller, Findlay,' Barr, Mr Seelye, For Auckland—Mr Lindsay.

Tho Kakanui loft Dunedin yesterday after, noon for Gatlin River. 'lhe Beautiful Star left the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.ra. yesterday with cargo and paiscugers for Oamani. The Wakatipu is loading for life bourne at the Jetty street wharf. M;c sails to-morrow afternoon. Tho ship Loch Awe is nearly dorr of itercargo and ballaitcd, T he Te Anau, having been cleaned, scraped, anil repainted, was hauled out of the graving dock this forenoon, and, after taking in cargo at tho Oeotge street pier, she tailed this afternoon lor Sydney via Auckland and intermediate ports. Tho Ohau was hauled into tho graving dock this afternoon for dinning and repair.t ng.

The Government eter-in launch (Jordon is receiving au overhaul on Isbistor’s slip. Wc may mw look fur the arrival of the ship Caitloch, eighty nine days from London. She should he closely followed byjlro barque Alice, now ninety-two days from New York, and tho ba-que D’Artagnan from the Mauritius. The steamer Kakanu’, which left yesterday afternoon for Waikawa, put buck to Port Chalmers yesterday cveni g owing to the strong S. W. brci z: and heavy sea which p' evaded. Tho contract steamer Wnipara will leave Hokitika for Marlin Bay and intermediate ports on the 10th prox.

MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET.

Wednesday. June 12.

TIUAKU. Grafton arrived this morning from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p m. for Dunedin. Lyttelton.—Maravca sailed 12 30 a.m. for Dunedin. Neusdn.—Rotorua arrive ’ C a.m. from New Plymouth ; sal’s 7 p.m. fer P cton. Wlb :port.—Taupo sailed 8 a.m. for Bit if. THE DIRECT STEAMER?. The Rimutaka left Rio de Janeiro for London on Monday last. Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, June 11.—Tarawera, from tire South.—Waiuui, for Earatonga.—Arrived (at Kaipara): Zodiac, from Now Caledonia. Lyttelton, Juno 11,-9 45 p m., Takapuna, for Wellington. Timaiu and Dunedin.

Sydney, Juno 11.—Centennial and Hauroto, from Auckland.

Newcastle, June 11.—Janet Nicol, for Lyttelton. Melbourne, Juno 11 —Rotomahana, for the Bluff.—June 12: Manapouri, from the Bluff.

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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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