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SHIPPING, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889
High Water. To-morbow. Taiaroa Heads: 8.4 i a.m.. 9.11 p.m. Port Chalmers: 9.21 a.m., 0.51 p,m. Dunedin: 10.6 a.m.. 10.3(5 p.m. Mondat Taiaroa Heads: 9.44 a.m.. 10.17 p.m. Port Chalmers: 10 24 a.m., 10.57 p.m. Dunedin: 11.9 a.m., 11.42 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-Jult 5, Alice, birque, 818 tons, Bwain, from New York (Maroh 12). SAILED.- Jul* 5. Mahinapua, as., 201 tons, Todd, for the West Coast via Oamaru. Beautiful Star, s.s., 140 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. Jclt 6. Catlin, ketch, 46 tons, Norman, for Invercargill. The s*. Te Anau, having completed the discharge of hor cargo at the tongue wbatf, steamed down to Port Chalmers this forenoon. The Dorio will complete her leading this evening, and sails to-morrow morning for London via Lyttelton and Wellington. At noon today she had taken in 9,000 carcasses mutton, in addition to a quantity of wool, leather, and other cargo, Shipping Telegrams.
Auckland, July s.—Southern Crois, mission schooner, from Melanesia Group and Norfolk Islands. Kaipara : Parnell, brigmtine, for Sydney.—Onehnnga : Wanaka, for the South. Passenger* —Mr and Mrs Marshall, Messrs Jackson, Watson, Burns, Martoa, iiobertson, Hutson; eight in the steerage. Wellington, July s.—Wakatijm, for Auckland.— Rotorua, for the Sonth. Passengers— Misses Krnll and Burke, Mesdames Donnelly, Murphy, and Burke, Messrs Orompton, Donnelly, (Jowlishaw, Clifford, Gray, Anderson, Meek, Holmes, Louissou, and Boot.—Hudson, barque, for London. Lyitelton. July s.—Mararo'v, for the North. —Brnnner, for Greymouth, Hinemoa, for Southern lighthouse*. Bluff. July 5.—4 pm.. Tarawera, for Melbourne direct, with seventy-one passengers from all ports. London, July s.—Hurunui, ship, from Port Chalmers (March 28). Timaru, ship, from Wellington (March 15)— Kingdom of Bweden, barque, from Auckland (March 11).—St. Mary's Bay, barque, from Napier (Februarv 20). Dunedin. ship, from Oamaru (March 29). STDNKT, July 6.—Sandfly, from Auckland. Adelaide, July 6.—Rio, from Napier. Mklboubne, July 6.—Lindus, a. a,, for the Bluff.
SHIPPING, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889
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