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High Water. To-MOBBOW. Talaroa Heads : 6.51 a.m.. 7MI p.m. Port Chalmers : 7.0 i a.m., 8.1 p.m. Dunedin : 8.10 a.m., 8. lt> p.m. ♦ ■ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-JONE 18. Filestore, s.s., 3,720 tons, Miller, from London via Oamarn and Timaru. SAILED.-JONB 18. Invexcargill, b.b., 13b' tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill. Penguin, s,s., 412 tons, Bcrnecb, for Northern ports, Paanengers: For Lyttolton Messrs Farqubar, Hallcustoiu, Houghton, Young, and Captain Cameron. For Wellington—Messru V, Fyljoand r i. &'l'»ffft 6<>»i G, ll'lftbti,

The Taupo steamed down to T'orl Chalmers yesterday evening, after landing coal at Die Rattray street wharf. The Invercargill left the Kattray street wharf thin afternoon, with cargo fur Invoicaigill. The schooner Lizzie lilleu is takiug cargo for Fortrouo at the Jetty street wharf. Tho Penguin left tho Rattray street wharf llih afternoon, with cargo and passengers for Northern ports. The I'ifohhirc in expected to arrive at Port Chalmers this evening, to complete her loading for London. An addition to tho Union Steam Ship Company's fleet is thus referred to by tho ' Lyttelton Times':—"Thoß.B. Taieri left London on Ist Juno for Calcutta, where she loads a cargo for New Zealand. She has been purchased by the Urdon Hcam Ship Company of New Zealand, Limited, and is intended for tho intercolonial trade." Tho Beautiful Star took in cargo for Oamaru at the Rattray street wharf to-day. She sails at 10 p.m. THE DIRECT 6TJSAMKRS.

Wellington', Juno 18. The Kaikoura arrived here at 7.1j this morning. She left Plymouth on tho 4th May; had fino woathor to Tcnerifl'e, which was reached at;'» a.m. on the 9th ; left at 1.10 p.m. tho earn: day ; had a strong breezo with heavy confused aca till midnight on the 23rd, when it moderated ; arrived at the Cape on tho 2-klr at 1 r>.rn.: left tho samo day at 10. K> pin ; had moderate northerly wimU and cloudy weather till Juno ], then hard njualla with high seaH for the next two dvys, afterwards moderate westerly wind* and foggy weather, lastir.g till the 9th, then iiuo weathor till arrival atHobart on the 12t'n at 8.30 a m. ; left tho same day at 11 p.m. ; had northerly winds with fine weather till passing Tasman Island; then experienced a high confused sea with strong N.K, wind, which had increased by midnight of the 14 th to a fresh galo with high sea; thence light easterly winds and fine weather up to the coast; p.\wed Farewell Spit at 10 p.m. en tho 17th, arriving here as abjve. Tho total time occupied by tho passage was 41d oh 2lmin. Passengers for Pert Chalmers : Dr W. Allen, Mrs C. Allen, Mrs M. Bird, Mr J. L. Lutterworth, Mr F. B. Wright, Mr K. Howeridge, Mr W. Ambrose, Mr K. P. Smith.

The New Zealand Shipping Company are advised by their Wellington manager that the Kaikoura'u mails go south in the Kinicri this afternoon. Passengers for Dune-Jin will leave Wellington per Rotorua to-morrow. The following additional passengers were carried by tho Kuapehu on her outward trip : Second saloon : From Auckland -Mr Charles N. Cobbett, Mrs Cobbott, Miss Katie Cobbett, Master Hugh Cobbett, Mr Arthur IX Priestly. Rev. Herbert M. Livens, Mrs Livcnp, Miss Mary l.ivcn?, Mr C. S. Pmith, Miss Ma:y Hutching, Mi.--s Lizzie Hutching. Christchurch -Mr W. H. Colcick. Mii Colcock, Mrs Hills, Miss Florence E. Hill?, Mr Henry Hills. Dunedin -- Mr John Matthews, Mr James M'Giil. Gijborne—Mrs Lysnar, Miss L\suar. Lyttelton-Miss Lily D'Oylcy, Captain James Malcolmson. Napier —Mr Herbert Drcken, Mr Michael Hyland. Nelson—Mr Sydney Hawkins, Mrs Hawkins. Now Plymouth—Mr James Hine. Sydney—Mr J. N. Grove, Mr H. R. Goodwin, Mr Charles Laifter. Wellington —Mr Donaldson, Mrs Donaldson. Mrs Hewit, Mrs Brown, Mies Brown, Miss Hooper. Melbourne, for Rio de Janeiro—Mr Arthur Musgrove. Htccrajze: From Auckland—Mr Alfred Hcmmingway, Mrs Hemmingway, Miss Hilda HemmiDgwiiy, Bliss Olive Hemmirgway, Christchurch Miss Marg-irot M'Corkindilc, Maetcr Arthur Toms, Mxstcr Georgo Tom.", Master W illio Toms, Mr J. O. Nicholson, Mrß Hannah A. Morgan, Mr Fred L, Morgan, Mr LouU S. Morgan, Miss Emily E. Morgan, Miss Ethel M. Morgan, Master Alex. Morgan. Miss Constance Morgan, Mrs Martha J. Cralitrcc, Miiis Lucy CraUice, Mr Thomas Urmston. Duncdin-Mr John F. Gamy, Mrs Loura Garvcy, Mi?s Ann Girdwocid. Gisborno—Mr Reuben Webb Fisher. Invorcaig'dl-Mr Johnstone Wylic. Napier---Mr Will'am Phillip.*. Tiinam-Mi- Edward Hall. Wellington—MrLennox, Mr Amlcr.-on, Mr Thomson, Mr Sinclair, Wr FcrsiHMin, Mr Wat.'i»u, Mr Th mas Kerr, Mr William Kerr, Mr Moonlight, Mr M'/ntre, Mr Morrison, Mr Kirby, Mr Mar.p, Mr M'Le'.lan, Mrs Leonard, Mr and Mrs (Macken and family (•">). Ashburton—Mr David M Co inb>, Mr William rinnock. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S I'LE&T. TUESDAY. JUNE I*. . Tckapo tailed r> a.m. for AVellirgton. Lyttki.ton.—Wadiora arrived K a.m. fr*nr Wellington; sailed 3 p.m. for Port Ohnlrcers. Nflson. Kotorua sails at midnight for Piston. Auckland—Te Amu arrived 2p m. from Gisborno.—Takapuna tailed 1.43 p.m. for Ne-7 Plymouth, snipping Telesrrams. Bluff, June 17.—Rotomahana, at 8.30 p.m. Sho left Melbmrno on the 11th inst at 5.20 p.m., rounding Swan Island next day at noon, reaching Hobart at dayUght on 13th; Bhe aiiled again at 4 30 p.m., and arrived a-i above ; experienced wc.-ter'y winds to Hobart, thence encountered a heavy rastcrly gale, with high head sea and dense rains, which lasted till Sunday night, when tho weather modorated. Passengerb: For Bluff Messrs Waliis and son, Henderson, Swindon, Plarrte, and Price. For Dunedin—Mrs Pecz, Misses Nairn and Mowatt, Messrs Ramsden, Gordon, Tccz, Byrne, Benjamin, DeGr.eto. ForLyttclton—Mcsdames Kirkwood, Buchanan and child, Messrs Kirkwood and Burgerc. For Wellington—Mosdaracs Cox and Grint, Misses Cox and Dunnington, Dean Cox, Mo3Brs Bell, Grant and son ; fortyseven steeraeo for all porta. SviiNKY, Juno 17.—1.30 p.m., Centcnnia 1 , for Wellington. Auckland, June 17.—The Alamo-la arrived from Sydney this evening, a day and a-half overdue, having been detained by heavy weather. Pasacngers : For Auckland—Messrs W. J. Napier, J. Middleton, and two (•teerago; and about 100 through passengers for San Francisco. Wellington, Juno 17.—Kotorua, for Nelson. —Waihora, for the South. Lyttelton, June 17. Wanaka, for Wellington. —Arawata, for Auckland. Stdsky, June 17. Tho cablo Ktoamcr Shcrard Osborne, when halfway to New Zealand, met a terrific gale and shipped a huge sea, which damaged all the deckhouse and wrecked the electrician's room. Repairs to the latter necessitated her roturn to Sydnoy, and it wrll be three wooks before the damage can be mado good.—June 18: for Auckland.

TiMAttU, Juno 18.— Fifeshirc, for Port Chalmers.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7936, 18 June 1889

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