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SHIPPING

High Water. To-morrow.— Taiaroa Heads: 0.30 a.m.. 0 52 p.m. Port Chalmers : 1.10 a.m., 1.32 p.m. Dunedin: 1.55 a.m., 2.17 p.m. ♦ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—June 22. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tone, Brewer, from Oarasru. Passengers : Five Baloon and four steerage. Brunnpr, s.s., 332 tons, Ewen, from the West Coast. Passengers: Misses Conelly (2), and one steerage. June 23. Mawhera, s.s., 340 toDS, from the North. Passengers: Messrs Houghton, Rogers, Potter, Captain Dawson. June 24. Camille, brigjntine, 221 tons, Helgeson, from Hokianga. The barquentiue Frank Guy is expected to be clear of cargo to-morrow. The schooner Jeßsie Nicol will complete her loading for Brisbane this evening, The Invercargill, from Invercargill, passed the Heads yesterday morning bound North. The barque D'Artagnan put om) tie last of her Dunedin cargo this afternoon. During the week commencing 17th June and ending 23rd June the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves:—Arrivals: D'Artagnan 371 tons, Taupo 410, Invercargill 123, Beautiful Bfcar 146 (twice). Mahinapua 201, Dunedin 66, Rotorua 576, Brunner 332, Janet Ramsay 41, Mawhera 340; total, 2,752 tons. Departures; Kakanui 56 tons, Herald 345. Penguin 442, Invercargill 123, Beautiful Star 140 (ttyice), Loch Awe 1,053. Enterprise 84, Li?zie Bllen 40, Mahinapua 201; total, 2.736 tons. The Brunner, with cargo and passongers from the West Coast, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. on Saturday. She left Greymouth at 1 a.m. on the 19th inßt.; had strong northerly winds with rainy weather, and passed Oape Farewell at 5 p.m. on that day; rounded Gape Campbell at 6 a.m. on the 20.fcU fast.; had easterly weather, and arrived at Tiraaru at 8 a.m. on the 21st; left again at 1 a.m. on the 22nd, and arrived at Oamaru at daylight; landed cargo and left again at 4.30 p.m'.; had thick dirty weather down the coast, and reached headquarter as above. The Mawhera arrived at the Victoria wharf

at 9.30 p.m. yesterday. She left Wellington tit 5.30 p.m. on the 21st inst., and arrived at Lyttelton at 1.15 p.m. next day; landed cargo and left again at 7.35 p.m.; had strong easterly winds and thick weather down the coast, and reached Dunedin as above.

The Fifeshire has now on board 25,040 carcasses frozen mutton, 840 quarters beef, 27 cases kidneys, 2,601 cases meats, 1,532 bales wool, 200 do rabbitskins, 16 do sheepskins, 127 do hemp, 48 do leather and basils, 316 casks tallow, 100 sacks grain, and 200 drums glycerine. Of this Bhe has taken on board at this port 7,819 carcasses mutton, 678 quarters beef, 850 bales wool, 16 do sheepskins, 200 do rabbitskins, 127 do hemp. 48 do leather and baßiK 961 cases meats, 200 drums glycerine. At Tirparn : 360 bales woo!, 100 Hacks grain. 50 fuskv Ul|..w. f>,l«7 eaicv«,-H mntt.m. IIW .|Uftrti'r* lii'i:;'. At o:un:i:.i : .'',23 baW-i w.mi. I.CiOraxx me:<.t.\ •.'<;<: i'Bssum imitt.-n, anil i 7 emeu iiit'lt;.-y^. The Mataura was loading at London at the beginning of May for the Elnff and Oamaru. The schooner Dunedin is nearly clear of her inward cargo. The brigantine Camille, with a cargo of timber from Hokianga, arrived at the Heads on Sunday evening, and anchored in the cross channel until this morning, when she was towed up to the Rattray Btreet wharf by the Plucky. She left Hokianga on June 1 with a fresh N.E. gale, which hauled round to E.S.E. and compelled her to heave-to for several days, drifting about at the mercy of the weather until June 8. during which time the vessel behaved splendidly; thence the wind shifted to the we&t, and the weather clearing a little, an observation was taken for the first time since her leaving port. The vessel then run before the gale t>wards Cook Strait, and passed Cape Farewell on the 9th inßt., and meeting a violent W.S.W. wind ran_ into Gerard Bay and anchored on the 12th inst.; the wind shifted to the southward on the 13th, and she attempted to beat through Cook Strait, but after twenty-four hours' hard trial she was compelled to give it up and return to Gerard Bay on the 14th inst., where she lay in company with the Crest of the Wave, Cora, Clyde, and Awarna, all windbound. The wind shifting to the N. W. on the 18th inst., she made another start and passed Cape Campbell in the afternoon, but on nreastitg the Kaikouras the wind shifted to the southward again and blew a fresh gale. Cape Campbell being again sighted on the 21st inst.; it shifted to the K.S.E., with thick dirty weather, on the next day, and Banks Peninsula was passed on the 22nd: thence she had a fresh S.E. breeze with thick weather, and arrived as above. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oamaru, arrived at 9.10 p.m. on Saturday. She left Oamaru at 3 p.m. on that day; had light to fresh E.N.E, winds with easterly sea and showers of sleet along the coast. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The R.M.S. Tongariro left Cape Town on the 21st inst. for Hobart and New Zealand. The s.s. lonic (Lyttelton, May 30) left Rio on the evening of the 12th inßt. for London.

MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET.

Monday. June 24. BLUFF.—Manapouri arrived 8 a.rn from Melbourne ; sailed 5 p.m. for Dunedin. Lyttelton..—Mahinapua sailed 2 p.m, for Wellington. Wellington.—waivarapa sailed 4 p.m. tor Lyttelton. Auckland. Rotomahana arrived 11..(0 from Gisborne; sailed 5 p.m. for Sydney. Stripping Telegrams. Auckland, June 22 Kaikoura, from Weill ogton.—Waiareka, from Brisbane.—June 23: Mariposa, for Sydney. Wellington, June 23.~Riugarooma. from Sydney, at 5p m. yesterday. She left Sydney on the 17th inst., and experienced a fresh westerly breeze and heavy spa t'll the 20th; thence had an easterly wind with smooth sea and thick, rainy weather. On the 21st the wind freshened to a gale, with thick, dirty weather, and had to slow the ship down for ten hours during the night; thence had light easterly winds and smooth sea to arrival. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Mrs Davis, Miss Walker, and Mr Drake. For Dunedin—Messrs Hirsch, Parker, and M'Nedder.-9 p.m.: Centennial, from Sydnev. She left on the 17th, and experienced an E.S.E. gale with light cross sea and blinding rain, during which the ship slowed down for eight hours. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Twelve cteerage. For Dunedin— Mr and Mrs Connolly, Messrs M'Caithy and BrowD. „ Newcastle, June 22.—Excelsior, for DunMelbouhne, June 21. Pukaki, for the Bluff. Bluff, Juno 24.-8 a.m., Manapoun, from Melbourne. Bhe left Williamstown at 3.30 p.m. on the 19th, clearing Port Phillip Heads at 6 p.m.: experienced fine weather with moderate to strong S.E. winds and head sea. For Dunedin—Mrs J. G. Ware, child, and nurse, Miss Clarke, Rev. H. Robertson, Messrs Swann, Duder, Jensen. Dona'dson, Raphael, Tulforc 1 ., Gippa, and Ware. Tor Lyttelton Messrs Moiris and Turner. For Wellington Miss M'Leod and Mr C. Stewart; eleven in the steerage for all ports. '

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SHIPPING, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7941, 24 June 1889

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