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Hlffh Water. To-mobkow. Taiaroa Hoads: 3.29 a.m. 354 p.m. Port Chalmers: 4 9 a.m., 4.34 p.m, Dunedin: 4.54 a.m., 5.19 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-June 14. Penguin, s.s., 402 tons, Berncch, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports. Passengers : Mesdames Anccll aad infant, HelRaison and two children, Vivian Dramatic Compat y; and two in the steerage. SAILED.-Ju.vk 13. Ohau, s.s., 411 tons, Stott, for Auckland via Oamaiu. June 14. Tekapo, s.s., 1,445 tons, Anderson, for Sydney via Cook Stra’t, Grafton, s.s , 297 tons, Nordstrom, for tho West Coast via Timaru. Mabel, barque, 750 tons, Snow, Lr Newcastle. The Ohau left Dunedin last night with cargo for Auckland via Oamaru and the East Coast ports. The Grafton took in cargo for the West Coast to-day, and was to leave the Rattray street wharf at 6 p.m. for Timaru

The Tekapo left tho tongue wharf this afternoon with cargo and passengers for Sydney via Cook Stmit. The schooner L’zzie Ellen is discharging cargo at tho Jetty street wharf. Tho ship Loch Awo will ho clear of cargo this evening. Tho American barque Mabel was towed to sea this afternoon, and sailed in ballast for Newcastle. At tho unveiling, by tho Mayor of Belfast, of a ten-ton steel trial armor plate, lent by tho Portsmouth Dockyard authorities to the local museum, Professor Sir William Thomson, of Glasgow, in discussing the Government naval scheme, said quite possibly we might havebefore long to go back to the old ftylo of unarmored cruisers as the best mode of conducting naval warfare. Many experts contended that nnarmored ships had greater offensive powers, were more buoyant, and, likothe Calliope, more easily navigated. Tho Despatch is receiving a thorough overhaul at the George street pier. It is reported that the Imperial German lino of mail steamers now running from Brindisi via the Suez Canal to the East is shortly to cea‘o calling at Biindiai, and is to run from Salonica to Port Said instead. This would bo in connection with a new Oriental Express, which it is proposed to rnn from Hamburg, by Berlin and Oderburg, to Pesth, there to join the existing mail train. The change, it is anticipated, would effect a saving of at least eighteen hours, not only for the North German, but also for the English mails to tho East, Tho Beautiful Star took in cargo this forenoon for Oamam. She leaves the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. The Penguin, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports, arrived at Fort Chalmers at 0 45 p m. to-day and steamed alongside the George Street pier. The White Star steamer Adriatic, from New York, which arrived at Queenstown on April 19, brought particulars of a fearful hurricane which swept along the Maryland coast on the 6th, 7tb, 4nd Bth April, causing immense deatruoti r

of shipping and fearful loss (f life. Two steamers, five barques, twenty-eight sohooneis, and thirteen fishing vessels of various were utterly destroyed, and twenty-seven seamen were drowned. The passenger steamer Implies, bound from Charlestown to New York, encountered the hurricane, and narrowly escaped foundering. Her deckhouses were carried away, the saloon was tlooded, and the eightyseven cabin passengers were knee-deep in water with life-holts on them, and were in a state of panic, flight of the passengers and three of the crew received severe injuries. In the insurance i i culars to hand from Liverpool there appea a the following under date the 18th ult., the vessels then being considered “out of time”.Teannie Louttit, from Wilmington (January 80), for London, LOO per cent ; Oluf, from Milk River (Decemb.r I I), for Havre, LSS per cent. ; J. D. Peters, from Newcastle, N.S.W. (January 0), for San Franc’sco, GOgs; Camperdown, from Chittagong (December 4). for Dundee, 30gs; The Hahnemann, from Chittagong (December 81), lor London, QOps; J. H. Lubken, from Panillac (February 10), for Corinto, fi.igs ; Royal Tar, from Newcastle, N.B.W. (January 10), for San Diego, 10's;and Terpsichore, from Calcutta (December 17), for Europe, Sge. . A large square-stern fishing boat, painted white, with mainsail, jib, and jigger, containing one man, arrived at Yamba (N.S.W.) on the afternoon of the 4th inst. The occupant reports having left Long Island about reven weeks ago for Brisbane Ho says that he became sick and could do nothing for about a fortnight, leaving the boat to sail about by herself. He drifted so far out to sea that he did not know whore he was, but rnanacod to strike the coast again, and was proceeding south in the hope of reaching Brisbane. THE DIRECT STEAMER?. Wellington, June 13. —The Ruapehu sailed at 3.30 p.m for Loudon via bio. Passengers: —Saloon: Misses F. Bethell, Marsden, Maid, Menzies, Mesdames Anderson, Coleman, Kent, Mar-din, Coe, Johnston, Messrs E. Anderson, J. Brown, C. Gaiter, G. Coleman, A. Macdonnell, H. M'Laren, Master M. Anderson. Second saloon : Mi&es K. Cobbett, Bro*n {-), Doylly, O. and L. Hutchiuson, Harper, M. Livens, Lysnor, and F. Styles, Mesdames Brown, Oobbett, Colcock, Donaldson, Hawkins, Hewitt, Livens, F. Lysnor, P. Styles, Captain J. Malcolmson, Rev. H. Livens, Messrs C. Cobbett, \V. Colcock, H. Dickson, D. Donaldson, J. Matthews, J. M’Gill, A. Musgrave, A. Priestly, S. Sawkins, J, Hine, M. Hyland, C. Laister, G. Smith, H. Styles, Master H. B. Cobbett; and fifty steerage. ENGLISH SHIPPING. The following have booked passages for this colony per P. and O. Company's s.s, Rome : For Lyttelton —Hon. J. Pctre, Mr O. Pctie, and Mr O. P. Morris.—Per s.s. Arcadia: For Wellington—Dr and Mrs Ewing Hunter.—Per s.s. Yaletta: For Auckland-Mr C. C. M-io-millan. Per s.s. Britannia: Mr and Mrs Young.—Per Orient Company’s s.s. Austral: For Auckland —Mr D. Stewart. For Port Chalmers—Mr Erierly. For the Bluff Mr and Mrs Thomas. MOVEMENTS OP THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Friday, June 14. Bluit —Maratoa arrived 8 a.m. from Dunedin ; sailed this afternoon for Melbourne. Lyttelton. Rotorua arrived noon from Wellington; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington. —Liudus anived Gam, from Newcastle ; sails to-morrow f.t Oamaru.—Te Anau arrived noon from Lyttelton ; sails tomorrow for Napier. Auckland. —Wanaka sailed 11.3.> a.m. for New Plymouth. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANK’d LINE, EXPECTED ARRIVALS. At Port Chalmers —C&itlocb, from London ; sailed March 10 Waimate, from London; sailul May 4, Waitangi, from London; loadAt Oamaru.—Matauro, from London ; loading At lytteltan.—Opawa, from London ; sailed Apiil 8. O aki, from London ; loading. At Wellington. Glamis, from London ; sailed March 10. Waiter, fnni London ; sailed May 20. Tongariro, R M,8., from Plymouth ; sailed Juno 1. At Napier. Antofagasta, from London; railed February 5, Oran", from London ; loading. At Auckland —Blair Dimnmond, from London ; failed March 21. largo Bay, from Southampton ; tailed Ap 11 4. liako, from London; sailed May 25. At Bluff.—Mataura, from London, loading. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. From Lyttelton. Abercarne, June 20; A?nes Oswald to follow. From Wellington.—Kaikoura, R.M.S., July 11. From Auok’and.—Banffshire, June. Mhlpiiliiff Telegrams. Auckland, June 13. Mawhera, from Fiji She sailed in the afternoon for Wellington. Lyttelton, Juno 13.—Penguin, for Dunedin. Passengers: The Vivian Dramatic Troupe (17). —Te Anau, for the North. Wellington, June 13 —Rotorua, from the North.— Tainui, for Napior and Lyttelton.— Takapnna, for Nelson and Picton. —Rotorua, for l-yttolton.—C a m., Licdus, b.b., from NewNapier (f pit), Juno 14.—Tainui, from Wollington. Oaiiaru, June 14. 2 a.m., Fifeahire, from Sydney.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7933, 14 June 1889

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