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High Water. To-morrow. Taiaroa Heads ; 1.29 a.m., 157 pm. Port Chalmers: 2.9 a.m., 2.37 p.m. I uneclin: 2.54 a.m., 3.22 p.m. Fort Clialruers.

ARRIVED -July 10. Kakanui, s.s,, 59 tons, Best, from Fortrose.

JULTf 11. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru, Passengers: Twelve . q’oon, si yep steerage. Lizzie Ellen, schooner, 48 tons, Timpenny, from Fortress. SAILED.— JoIt 11.

Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, for Owake River.

Te Anau, s.s, 1.028 tons, MTntssh, for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers : Messrs Wilson, Bishner, Mesdamcs M'Oonald and family, Voller, Montague, Messrs Voller, Montigua, S’eigh, Noyce, Dolefsky, Johnston Davig, Hoidif, Webster, Captain Logan; ton in the steerage.

It has been notified that in future all shipmasters clearing out of any port in the col nirs for New Caledonia must have their bills of health viscid by the consol or consular agt nt at their last port of call. This is an importation of old world ways, to which we ate not at all accustomed, the only regulation in any way resembling it being that of a few years ago, requiring production of a certificate by every arrival from Western Australia testifying to, his never having been a convict. Some very distinguished visitors indeed, we believe, had to go through this observe nee to their great disgust. The barque Alice commenced discharging cargo at the cross wharf this morning. The barque Excelsior is rapidly landing cargo at the Jetty street wharf. The Admiralty have ordered the Sapphire, third-class cruiser, 1,970 tons, 2,360 horse power, which has just completed her second term of service on the China station, and which visited Auckland some years ago, to return to England to be paid out of commission. The Sapphire was one of the last wooden cruisers built for the Navy, and at the present time she is the only representative of the wooden wal’s of the Gem type carrying the British flag in foreign waters. She was constructed at Dcvonport m 1875 at a cost of L86,b90. It wai pro-

posed a few months ago to refit the Sapphire at Sheerness Dockyard for further service, bat the Admiralty have abandoned that intention, and as her armament is obsolete and speed slow, tho probabidty is she will bo sold out of t e Navy. The s s. Kskanui, with cargo from Fortrose, arrived at Dunedin at 11.30 p.m. yesterday. She left Fortrose at 10 a.m., and had variable winds along the coast. After finding and shipping cargo, she left again this afternoon for Waikawa. The Grip Caiiloch was towed up from Port Chalmers this afternoon and berthed at the Victoria wharf. The Beautiful Star, from Oamaru, arrived at 1.45 am. to-day. She left Oamaiu at 3 p.m. yesterday; had strong B.W. winds with high tea, at d heavy squalls of rain and sleet, down the coast.

THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY’S LINE. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. At Port Chalmers. —Waimate, from London ; sailed May 3 Waitangi, from London, sailed June 21. At Oamaru.—Mataura, from London; sailed June 21, At Lyttelton.—Otaki, from London; sailed June 11 At Wellington, Wairoa, from London; sailed May 16. Tongarlro, R.M.S., from Plymouth ; sailed June 1. At Napier.—Orari, from London; sai'ed Juno 11. At AuckU'd. —Blair Drummond, from London ; sailed March 21. Largo Bay, from Southampton; s iled April 4, Piako, from London; sai’ed May 17. At Bluff.—Mataura, from London ; sailed June 21. PROJECTED DEPARTURE?. From Lyttelton.—Agnes Oswald, July 11; Op\w.', via Napier, to follow. From Wellington.—Kalkoura, R.M.S., July 11; Glamis, August. From Napier.—Opawa. From A uckland —Largo Bay, August. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Thursday, July 11. Lyttelton.— Rotorua arrived 9 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 1.39 pm. for Akma Tikapo arrived 3 p.m. from Wellington.— Rosamond arrived noon from Greymouth. Wellington —Takapunu arrived 7 a.m. from Nelson ; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton. Nelson —s'ahinapua arrived 5 a.m. from Wellington ; sailed 3 p.m. for Westport. Manukau. —Wanaka arrived 7 SO a.m. from New Plymouth. Russe l Mararoa arrived Sam. from Auckland; sailed noon for Sydney. Snipping Telegrams. Sydney, July 10.—Stella, from lyttelton St. Kildn, from Wanganui.—Omeo, from Kaipara,—Wild Wave, from Napier.—Mariprsa, Dupliex, and Haurote, for Auckland.—Lizard, Lr Fiji. Met dourke, July 10. — l Tarawm, from tho Fluff.-Linda Weber, from Kaipira—G. M. Tucker, from tho Bluff Newcastle. July 10. —Brussels, from Wellington.—Loch Awe, from Dunedin.—Annie Hill, from Lyttelton.—Welcome, for Thanus Brisbane, July 10.—Rio Logo, f cm Lyttelton.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7956, 11 July 1889

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