High Water. To-MOBJtow. Taiaroa Ilea'ln: 8.58 a.m.. 926 p.m. Port Chalmers : 9.3S a.m., 10.6 p,rn. T unedin ; 10.23 a.m., 10.51 p.m. Monday—Taiaroa Bends: 9.57 a.m.. 10.33 p.m. Port Chalmers : 10.37 a.m., 11.13 p,rn. Dunedin: 11.22 a.m , 11.58 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —July 19 Pleione, ship, 1,092 tons, Ferguson, from London (April 4). SAILED.-JultPJ Mahinapua, s.s., 201 tons, Todd, for the West Coast via Timaru Beautiful Star, s.s., 140 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. The R.M.S. Tougariro has taken in 7,000 carcasses frozen mutton, acd sails at 8 a.m. to-morrow for Lyttelton. The American barque Alice is all clear of her Dunedin cargo. ARRIVAL OP THE PLtIPNr". A large ship with painted porta was reported fifteen miles north of tho Head* yestinby evening. She was a<zain reported this m-irnt: g ten miles east standing in towards the Head*. The Plucky proceeded down this foreroon to tender the stranger, which proved to be the Pleione, from London, bringing her across t!:o b»r this afternoon, and towing her up againft the ebb tide as far as the Quarantine Ground, where she anchored in readiness for towing to Dunedin. The Pleione's passage has been a rather long one, 105 days having been occupied from anohor to anchor.
She le f t London on April 5; pasted Start Point on the Bth; ta»d northerly winds across the Bay of Biscay; ti ok the V,V. trade on the 2Lst in latitude 27deg 3<nin K, longitude 2ldeg 51min W. ; it out on tlio 28th in latitude G.ieg 26min N, followed by calms for eight days; took tlio S. I *. trncU in latitude 2,lcg 20min N. on May 7; crowed the Equator next d'iy in longitude 27<10g Slmin W.; the trade w;.b squally, with heavy rain, and carried her to latitude 27d-g 13mm 8., followed by N.N.E. winds; sighted Tristan d'Acunba on May 31; crossed tbo meridian <f Greenwich on Juno 3, in latitude 40Jeg 30min 8.; took a westerly bro zj ; rounded the Gape of Good Hope on June 8, in latitude 40deg39roin S.; thence moderate variable winds until the 15tb. when a heavy N.E. gale set in, veering round to S.E., with terrific sea, flooding her decks fore and aft; this weather oontinued for fourteen days, and on the 19-h fho wa3 hove •to for 10 hours; thence she had winds from N. to S.S.W. with occasional heavy gales and high seas; passed Cape Leeuwin on July 1 in latitude 43deg 26min 8., and that of Tasmania on the 13th; had southerly winds with heavy squalls, and made her first landfall (Oape Saunderß) yesterday afternoon. She brings 1,945 tons of cargo on a draft of 18ft Sin.
' Shipping Telegram. Wellington, July 19 Wairarapa, from tl)3 South.—Hauroto, fiom Sjduey and Auckland. —i'erguin, from tho North.—Bothwell Castle, hum .Newcastle. —Wairniapa, fur the North. — IVngu'n, for the South. PaßEengeis: Mihb Oatgen, lira Rooth, Messrs Gullan, Woiboys, Martin, Gentry, Shields, Ellingham, Marshall (2), Douglas, Smith, Lintall, liviue, Luughrey, Richardson, Jamieson, and Tolhurst. Lyttelton, July 19.-- Kahu, from G'hathams, Pa'sengers : Misses Thompson, Seddon, Mesdames Anderson and threa children, Ramoeand two children, Messrs Chudltigh, Ritchie, Davitt, Danviers, Skrinshaw, Welley, Kamoe, Ra.ttr.iy, Joe, Oerrard.— Wakahi, for K&ikcuraand Wellington.—Alert, for Waitapu. Bluff, July 19.—4 p.m., Rotomahana, for Melbourne. Sydney, July 19 —Mararoa, for Av.ckland.
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