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High Water.

To-MOBBOW, Taiaroa Heads: 2.39 tvm.. 3 4 p.m. Port Chalmers: 3.19 a.m., 3.44 p.m. Dunedin: 4.4 a.m., 4.29 p.m.

Port Cbalmeri.

ARRIVED.—June 12.

Tekapo, «s., 1,501 tons, J. Anderson, from Newcastle. Mararoa, s.s., 1,658 tons, Edie, from Sydney via Auckland and intermediate ports, Passengers : From Sydney—Messrs Ferguson, Hartley, Reynolds. Coastwise Mesdames Tauchke, Palmer, H'Cutoheon, Misses Calvert, Boot, M'Lean (2), M'Say, Messrs M'Donald, Jones, Seville,' Maxwell, Tauchke, Maefarhne, Bower, Wayte, and Newsetter and party (5), Hill, Ritchie, Ansel], Miles, Ross, Holding; and fourteen steerage. Beautiful Star, s.b., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. .Pafiseng&rs: Fetor saloon*and seveu Bteera^e,

June 13. Grafton, ».s., 297 tons, Nordstrom, from the West Coast. Passengers: Mesdameß Todd, Scobie, Misses Paul, Messrs Masou, Buscand; and five steerage. J ONE 13, Despatch, b.b., 24 tons, Anglen, from the Bluff. SAILED.- June 12. Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, for Waikawa. Junk 18. Wakatipu, s.s., 1,108 tons, Wheeler, for Melbourne. Mararoa, s.s., 1.65S tons, Edie, for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart. Passengers : For BluffMr Eggarty. For Hobart Mrs and Miss Tolinie. For Melbourne—Mcadamcs Manner, Misses Mandor, Pinkus, Grinßtcad, Mesirs Hall, Johnston, Pratt, Smith, Coslie, Blair, Dr Hammond, Master Mander. The German warship Sophie has left Auckland for Samoa, The brigantiue Enterprise is expected to oompleto ho; carpo for Napier thiß evening. The barque Mabel is to sail for Newcastle in ballast to-moirow. The Tekapo steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon and took in cargo at the tongue wharf. The Eeautiful Star steamed down to Port Chalmers this forenoon to tranship 193 Back a oats to the Mararoa. The Mararoa left the George street pier this afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. The Bluff Harbor Board steam tug Despatch arrived at 5 a.m. to-day for the purpose of receiving a thorough overhaul. Phe left the Eluff at 11 a.m. yesterday, and had S.W. wii.da along the coast. The Fifeshire, from London via Melbourne and Sydney, was reported pasaing the Nuggets this forenoon for Oarram and Timaru. The tug Plucky proceeded down this afternoou to tranship a number of men outside the Head* who are engaged to take in her cirgo The Wakaiipu left the tongue wharf this afternoon for Melbourne direct. The Grafton arrived at i.unedin this morn'ng from the West Coast ports. She left Westport at 4 p.m. on the 7th inst ; arrived at Nelson at Bp.m. on the Bth, left again at Sp.ra, on the 9fch; called at Wellington, Lytteiton, and Timaru, and left the latter port at 5 pm. yestirday, arriving at the tongue wharf at 5 a.m. to-day. She had a h»rd N.N.K. gale from Wi-ntpo<t to Cape Farewell; thence aB. E gale till reaching Nelson, followed by fine weathor with a heavy uwell to arrivul at Timaru, thence Bhe had a S, K. gu'.» with high seas to arrival. Tho Tekapo, Captain Anderson, in ballast from Newcastle, ai rived at Port Chalmers at 9.15 p m. yenorday, and stemmed alongside tho George street pier. She left Newcastle at 7 a.m. on thu 7tti inst,, breasted Puysegur Point at 9.-15 p. it, on the 11th, the Solandeiß at midnight, Dog in 'and at G.oO a.m. ou the 12th, and the Nuggets at 0.30 p.m., arriving us above. From Newcastle until nearing the New Zealand coast she met a bucce.sion of strong S .W. gales with heavy beam sea, attended by thfclc weather, | and notwi'hstmding the was only in ballast she behaved splendidly, which no doubt was due to the rolling chocks which were fitted in her some short time ►.ince. After making the New Zealand coast Bhe had fresh southerly winds, with thick weather and snow squalls, to arrival. We thank Mr Petherbridge, purser, f«r report and exchanges. The s s. Mararoa, Captain Edie, from Sydney via Auckland and intermediate ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at 9 p.m. yesterday, and steamed alongside the George street pier. Mr M'Lennan, her purser, reports leaving Sydney at 2 15 a m. on the Ist inst. ; arrived Auckland 9 a.m. 6th ; left again 2.15 p.m. 7th ; reached Gisbnrno 2.30 pm. 6th, and left at 6.30 p.m.; anchored in Napi«r roadstead 2.50 a.m. 9th; got away again at 12.55 p m i arrived Wellington at 7.30 a.m. 10th; left at 7.30 p m.; reached Lytteiton 9.30 a. m. on the 11th, and leaving at 12.45 a.m. yesterday, arrived at Port Chalmers 9p m. Experienced moderate N.E. winds and thick weather generally from Sydney to Auckland; thence brisk N.K. gale with heavr rain and ball tquallß and foggy weather to Gisborne, with Bharp thunderstorm off Eabt Cape; wasdelayod by thick, foggy weather from Cape Palliser to Wellington; thence to Lytteiton bad fresh westerly windß and clear weather, and from Lytteiton strong head winds and sea to arrival. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oamaru, arrived at 10.15 p m. yesterday. Phe left Oamaru at 3pm.; had strong S.W. winds with heavy B.E. swell and thick weather along tho coast. MOVEMENTS OP THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET, Thursday, June 13. Oahabu.- Omapere arrived late last night; sails this evening for Timaru. Ltttklton.—Penguin arrived noon from Wellington; sails 7 p.m.—To Anau arrived 8.30 am. from Port Chalmers; sails 0 p.m. for Wellington. Auckland.—Wanaka arrived 7.45 a m, from Now Plymouth. Russm, Tarawcra arrived 5 a.m.; sailed 11a.m. for Sydney. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. TheKalkoura arrived at Hobart from Plymonth via Teueriffe and Cape yesterday morn, ing with fifty-one passengers for Australia and seventy-one tor New Zealand, and sailed at six o'clock in the evening for Wel'ington.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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