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SHIPPING

Hlffh Water. To-moreow. Taiaroa Heads: 4.19 a.m., 444 pm. Port Chalmers : 4.59 a.m., 5.24 p.m. ftnnedin : 5.44 a.m., 0.9 p.m. Monday. Taiaroa Heads: 5.9 a.m., 5.3G p.m. Port nhalmers: 5.49 a.m., 6.16 p.m. Dunedin: 6.34 a.m., 7.1 p.m. Port Chalmers. AKRIVED.—June 15. Herald, s.a., 345 tons, Jones, from Wellington. Passengers : Messrs Stewart, Prosser, Ah Lor.g. Frank Guy, barquentine, 191 tons, M'Donald, from Kaipara. SAILED.-JUNE 14. Beautiful Star, b.h., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. the s.a. Beautiful Star left the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. y> sterday with cargo and passengers for Oamaru. The Arawata sails to-morrow, under the command of Captain A. Anderson, for Fiji via Lyttelton and AucMand. The brigantine Enterprise is ready for sea, and sails with the first fair wind for Napier. The s.s. Herald arrived at the Victoria wharf at 8 a m. to-day with 600 tons of cargo ex the R.M.S. Tainui. She left Wellington at 5 p.re. on Thursday, and had fine weather, with a heavy S.B. swell, along the coast,

The schooner Jessie Nicol put out the last of her cargo at the Rattray street wharf this afternoon The barquentine Finnk Guv, timber ladon from Kniiiura, arrived at the Heads thin morning, and was towed up to Dunedin by the h.h. Plucky. She left Kaipara on the sth inat. with strong easterly winds ; passed Cape Kgmont on the Gth, and breasted Banks Peninsula on the 10th inst.; thence she met strong southerly a"d H.W. winds until the (-.veiling of the 14th inst., when «he took a N.E. breeze, and came into port this morning. The sounds of the heart have been recorded and reproduced by the phonograph. The fastest of British cruisers—the Sheldrake, twenty-one knots, just launched—is a steel twin-screw.

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SHIPPING, Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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SHIPPING Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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