High Water. To mokkow. Taiaroa Heads: ;',.'M a.m., 4 7 p.m. l'ort Chalmers : 1.:.W a.m., 1.17 p.m. Dunedin : ."1.15 a.ui., 5..">2 p.m. Monday.—Taiaroa Heads: 1.25 a.m., 1/12 p.m. Port Palmers: 5.5 a.m., 5.22 p.m. Dunedin: 5.50 am ,G. 7 r.m. - • l'ort Chalmers. ARRIVED.—Junk 2» Catlin, ketch, 4b tons, Norman, from Tairua. June 29. Takapuna, s.s.. 300 tons, Grant, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate port*. Passengers—Misses Kirkland, Guthrie, Johnston, Mebdamcs Jones, Loagton, Me.-srs Jones, Williamson, Grant, Captain Spiuks; aud two in tho steerage. Ohau, s.s , -111 tons, Stolt, from Weatporfc. Fifeshiro, s.s., 3,720 tons, Miller, for London. Passengers-Mrs M. A. Croropton, Miss Lilly Dickson, JVewrsF. T. It, Cromptou, W. A. Dickson. SA [LVD.-June 28.
Grafton, b.s., 207 tons, Nonlstrom, for the West Coast. Beautiful Star, s.h„ 14G tons, Brcwor, for Oarcaru. Junk 29. Ringarooma, p.«., C-'.'J tons, Allnnn, for Sydney via Hi j North. Passengers: For Lyttelton Mrs o'v!>y. For Wellington— Meadimos Kichard-toii, Ilildreth art! two children, Msses Kicbards, Carew. Messrs Oalli.-han (2), Gillie, Butemout. For Sydney—M'a n Mathesou, Scoalar, Anderson, and thirty steerage for sundry ports. Centeni.ial, s.s., sql tons, Lcsatng, for Sydney via the North. Passengo.-s for Wel-lington—Mi-s Canto, Mr and Mrs Huddle ton and family (3). Twenty-two steerage for all porta.
The largest cargo whioh has left this colony in one bcttoni for Australia was despatched yesterday evening iu the Bothwell Castle for Sjdr.oy. This sterner was nnt only full under the hat;hes, but had over a hundred tons on deck, piled up in'ome placoi to the height of the hurricane deok. It is a matter of speculation whether, in heavy weather, the cirgo so carried would not part with its carrier. Time will show.— 'Press,' 28th inst. Tho Takapuna, from Nelson v'a Akaroa and intermediate ports, .vrived at 9.35 a.m., and after a short stay at Urn Geoige street pier she steamed up to Dun- d : n. Pursir Boumo reports leaving Nelson at 5 p m. on the 25th inst., Wellington at 2 p.m. on the 27th, Lyttelton at 1 p.m. on the 28th, and Akaroa at 7 p.m, ; experienced variable weather throughout the parage. Amongst her cargo she has brought 80 tons transhipments ex Glenora. Tho Echoonor Dunedin has completed her cargo, and will sail for Napier with the first fair wind. The Beautiful Star left Dunedin at 10 p.m. yesterday with cargo and pissengeis for Oainaiu Tho barque D'Artagnan is putting out tho remaining poition of her cargo at tho cross wharf. The Fifeshirc, with six passengers ami » full cargo consisting of 2.">,010 eireasecs frczen mutton, 810 quarters boot', 100 cases kidney?, 2,<Mil cases preserved meats, quantity woo', skins, flax, tallow, and wheat, took her departure this al'toruMiu for London. The ketch Catliii, with a full cargo of kauri timber from Tnirua, arrived at tho Jetty street wharf at 1130 a.m to-ihy. Shu It ft Tainta en the 20th iast. and had thick lainy weather throughout tho pas-sage. The f.'iacnroamft left the btigi:e wharf tins afternoon for Sydney via Cook Stiait, with a good compliment i<f saloon and steorage palsengers and full to the hatches with cargo Tho Ceuteunial left tho tonguo wharf this a'ternoon for Sydney via Cook Strait. The Ohau left Westport at 8 30 p.m. on the 20th; had ight windp, with fiua weather, to arriva l .
Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, June 23.—Tarawera, for the South. Passengers: For Dunedin—Miss Keogh, Mr E. W. Page. . . Wellington, June 28.—Penguin, for Lyttelton. Passengers—Mitß Forgusson, Messrs Loughrey, Bothuno, Houston, Iticliardaon, Pritchard, and Carley. London, June 28. Cantubury, ship, frcm Oamaru (March B).—Rakaia, from Lyttelton (March 12). Melbourne, Juno 2D.—Hauroto, fnm Wellington. Nklson, June 20.—Cleared for London, tho <;ienlora, barque (Captain Sargent), loaded by Sclandors and Co. with 44,000 bushels barley and 20 tons flour. Std<et, Juno 27.—Taup% from New Zealand. ______________
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 7946, 29 June 1889
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