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Hlgb Water. To-MOBBOW. Talaroa Heads: 11.8 *.m.. 11.41 am, Port Chalmers: 11.48 a.m„ 0,21 p.m. Dunedin: 0.3S a.m., 1.6 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—JuIt 20Beautiful Star. s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Qamaru. Passengers: Sis saloon, three steerage.

Penguin, b,8., 442 tons,. Bernecb, from Northern ports. Passengers: Threo steerage. Invereargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Invctcargill. Jolt 22. Hauroto, ?.?., 1,276 tone, Kennedy, from Sydney via Auckland, Wellington, and Lyttelton. Passcngorß: Mesdamcs Spepce, M'Kay, Mißses Fullarton, M'Gill, Messrs R. H. Rattray, A. Cameron, Maekay; and twelve in Bteeragr. BAILED.— July 21. Tongariro, R.M.S.. 4,163 tons, J. Bono, for London via the Nortb. July 22. Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, for Fortroße. The steamer Manapouri is receiving a thorough overhaul at Port Chalmers. The Caistoch will be ready for ballast about Wednesday. She is expected to sail for Valparaiso early next week. Tho Hauroto steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon and landed cargo at the tongue wharf. During the week commencing July 15 and ending July 21 the following vessels have been at tho Duncdin wharves: Arrivals: Wairarapa 1.023 tons, Tekapo 1,544, Rotomahnna 865, Brunner 332, Beautiful Star 146 (twice). Takapuna 370, Kakanui 56, Invercargill 123; total, 4,605 tons. Departures: Kakanui 56 tons, Rotoiua 576, Tekapo 1,514, Wakatipu 1,158, Invorcargill 123, Beautiful Rtar 146 (twice), Wairarapa 1.023, Lizzie Ellen 40, D'Artagoan 317, Itotomahnna 835, Brunner 332, Mahinapua 201; total, 6,527 tons. Ihe Beautiful Star arrived at tho Rattray Btrect wharf at 9.33 p.m. on Saturday. Sho hft Oamaru at 3 p m. on that day, and bad light variablo wind.-, with cieir weather, throughout the passage. The Penguin arrivod at Port Chalmers yesterday m rnicg. She left Lyttolton at 1 p.m. on Saturday. She encountered strong %.V. winds, , with head eeas, frcm Manukau to Neleon, and | thence had fine weather.

The Tongariro left Port Chalmers at 8 a.m. yesterday for London via Lyttclton and Wellington. Her oui.ward cargo from Duncdin consisted ot 151 bales wool, 19 do basils, 37 do rabbitskine, 33 do flax, 1 oask batter, and 8,459 carcasses frczen mutton. The barque Formosa is to lewe Liverpool this month for Dunediu and Wellington. Tho China Navigation Company's s.a. Whampoa was to leave Foo Chow or July 17 with cargo for Wellington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin. The Hauroto (Captain Kennedy), from Sydney via Auckland and intermediate ports, arrived alongside the George street pier at 7.45 a.m. t>day. Purser Paterson reports leaving the company's wharf, Sydney, at 5,25 p.m. on the 10th inst.; nnchomd in Rose Bay until 8 a.m., and cleared the Heads at 8 30 p m. ; experienced btrong S. and S.E. winds with heavy beam sea across, and breasted the Threo Kings at 445 pm, on the 14th; thence had light variable winds with fine weather, and arrived at Auckland ato 45p.r0. on the 15t |. remained there till 0.30 p.m. on the 17th, when she pushed on for Wellington, at which pott she arrived at 1 p.m. on the 18th ; left again at 2 p.m. on the 19th, reached Lyttclton at 6 a.m. on the 2ht; sailed Bgain at 10 35 a.m. same day. Met with light variablo winds with fine weather from Auckland.

The barque Excelsior is ballasting at the Jetty street what f. The ship Ploiono, which arrived from London on Saturday, is detained at Port Chalmers till the tides improve, as she is drawing too much water to come up the Victoria Channel—h»r draught being 18ft sin. This U very much to be regretted, as it is a source of delay to both the vessel and the consignees, the latter being unable to obtain dclivory of their goods even though the ship has arrived in the Port. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Monday, July 22. Bluff.—Tarawcra arrived 9 a.m. from Melbourne ; sailed 4 p.m. for Dunedin. Lyttelton.—Grafton arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington; sails 9 p,m. for Timaru.-Ringa-rooma sailed 2 p.m. for Dunedin. Wellington.—Tekapo arrived 1 a.m. from Lyttelton.—Wanaka arrived 1 a.m. from New Plymouth. Auckland.—Wairarapa anived 11.30 am. from Gisbcrne; sails to morrow for Sydney. Bubskli..— ArawAta arrived 8 a.m. from Auckland; sailed this morning for Suva and Levuka. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The following arc tho passengers booked per Arawa for New Zealand up to May 31; -First saloon : For Lyttelton Professor and Mrs Dickinson, Rev. Wright, Mr Bates. For Port Chalmers—Messrs Haughton and Forest. For Auckland—Mr Pullman. Second saloon: For Wellington—Mr Beach, Mrs and Miss Simpson. For Auckland—Mr Luck, Mips Tapping. For Napier —Mr Warren. For Lyttelton —Mr Appitgato. Steerige: For Pert ChalmersMiss heattie, Miss Fraser, Mrs H ; cks. For Now Plymouth Miss and Mr Taylor. For Wellington—Mr and Mrs Cameron and family, Mr Banks, Mr and MiBS Souter. For Lyttelton Mrs and Master Smith, Mrs Larken and family. For Auckland-Messrs Mundell. For Lyttelton—Mr and Mrs M'Kay and family. Shipping Telegram. Auckland, July 20.—4 10 p.m , Wanaka, for New Plymouth, with the San FrancißCO mail.—lo.3o p.m., Zealandia. for Sydney. Melbourne, July 20. Lindus, from the Bluff. Stpney, July 20.—Parnell, from Kaipara. —Sybil, from Mercury Pay.—Giatitude, from Auckland. July 22: Centennial, for Wellinßton. Bluff, July 22. Ashleigh Brook, from Timaru, arrived at 7 30 a.m.— Tarawera, from Melbourne. She left Williamstown at 4.c0 p.m. on the 17th, clearing tho Heads ac 7.30 p.m.; passed Swan Island at 3 p.m, on the 18th. Puysegur light was abeam at 7.30 p.m. yesterday. Experienced light winds with fine weather throughout. For Dunedin—Mrs M'Callum, Miss Walden, Mosbm Niven, Barrow, Bentrarn. and Harrison. For Lyttclton— Misses Doyle (2), Clissold (2). Kennedy, Messrs Pascoe, Brettargh, and Rankin. For Wellington—Mesdames Woolcott ond family, Turner and two children, Messr3 Woolcott, Newton, Stone, and Wruifield. For Auckland—Mrs Simpson. Twenty-four in tho steerage for all ports.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7965, 22 July 1889

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