High Water. To-mobbow. Taiaroa Heads: 0.40 a.m. 11 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.20 a.m., 1.41 p.m. Eunedin: 2.5 a.m., 2.26 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— July 0. Ohaa, b.b , 411 tons, Stott, from Westport. Jdlt 10. Manapouri, s.s., 1,020 tons, T, Logan, from Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers; Mrs Voller child, Misses Boden, Kerse, M'Lean. Messrs Lorie, W. Nancarrow, Armstrong, Doherty. J. R. Lambert, J. Forbes, H P. Sandora; and ten in the steerage. SAILED.-JUW 0. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. JUIT 10. Waihora, s.s., 1,269 tons, Popham, for Sydney via East Coast ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Mrs Williamson and child, _ Mrs Hodgson. For Wellington Messrs Gillies, Reeves, Pirie. For Napier—Mr Hallenstein, Mesdames Hassell, Pike, Miss Pike. For AuokShand (two), Keogh, M'Dougall; three in the steerage. The Beautiful Star left Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday with cargo and passengers for Oamaru. ' The barque d’Artagnau is chartered to load grain for Sydney via Oamaru. She commenced taking in grain at the cross wharf this forenoon. The Waimate, from London for Dunedin, passed Frawle Point on May 6. She is now sixty-nine days out.
The barque Excelsior is discharging cargo at the Jetty street wharf. , The barque Brier Holme left Liverpool on May 16 for this port and Lyttelton, The Manapouri, from Auckland via East Coast ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at 8 a ra. to-day, and steamed alongside the George street pier. Purser Ouy reports leaving Auckland at 0 65 p.m. on the 4th ii ft., Gisborne on the sth, Napier on the 6th, Wellington on the Bth, arriving at Lyttelton on the morning of the 9th, leaving again at 3.45 p.m. same day, arriving as above. From Auckland to Napier she experienced fine weather, thence strong southerly winds to Wellington, and fr. m that port light variable winds with fine weather to arrival. The Ohau, with a full cargo of coal from the West Coast, arrived at the Kattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday. She left Westport on the 7th at 3 p.m., ard passed Cape Campbell at 10 a.m. next day; had variable winds and weather; sighted Akaroa at 2 31 a.m. on the 9tb, entered Taiaroa Heads at 830 p.m. yesterday, and reached Dunedin as above. Ths Waihora, for Sydney via the East Coast ports, steamed down to Port Chalmers this formoor, and after embarking mails and passengers, left in the afternoon for Lyttelton. The ( mapere was floated out of the graving dock this morning. It is expected that the Oaitloch will be sufficiently lightened by this evening to tow up to Dunedin to-morrow afternoon’s tide. The barque Alice was towed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon and berthed at the cross wharf.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS, R M.S. Tongariro, from Plymouth via the Cape, arrived at Hobart at four o’clock yestt rday afternoon, and was to resume her voyage to Wellington at two o’clock this morning. Hie brings 28 passengers for Australia and 82 for New Zealand ports, 7he Arawa (Pljmouth. June 13) left Cape Town for Hobart on the sth imt, Stripping Telegrams. Auckland, July 9. Arawala, from Fiji.— P.otomahana, from Sydney. Passengers: For Dunedin—Mrs Graino ; and three steerage Mararoa, from the South.—H.M.9. < rlandowas docked to-day. After being overhauled the vessel will proceed on a South Sea cruise. Lyttelton, Ju'y 9. Manapouri, for the South Passengers : Miss Keese, Messrs Turner, Forbes,Lanbert,O’Brien —Grafton, forTimatu and Dunedin.—Penguin, for Wellington.
Bluff, July 10.—Noor, Lindus, from Melbourne, with the English mail. She left Melbourne at 1 p.m. on tbe sth, and experienced cairn weather across.
Melbourne, July 9. Wairarapa, for the Bluff. Sydney, July 10.—U.S.S. Company s steamer Dingadee, for V* estport.
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