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SHIPPING

High Water. To-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Head" : 0.50 a.m., 1.11 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.30 a.m., 1.51 p.m. Eunedin: 2.15 a.m., 2.3G p.m. •■ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— July 24. Grafton, s.s., 29(5 tons, Nordstrorr, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports. Passengers: Mesdames Hunter. Davidson and family (2), Misses Phillips, M'Ewan, Messrs Goodwill, Marshall, Somerville, Cuthbert, Dnrkin, Masters Burk (2), Ritchie (2), and Durkin. Waihora, s s., 1,209 tons, Popham, from Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers: Mesdamcs Ward, Cunningham, Richards and family, and North, Misses Thompson, De Smidt, Edie, Fenwiok (2), and Higgins, Messrs Ward, Connolly, Davis, Richards, Hughes, Jackson, Springthorpe. Donaldson, Kohn, and Gillies ; and fourteen in the steerage. Ringarooma, s.s., 623 tons, Allan, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton. Pasengers: Mrs A. Keefe, Miss Clark, Messrs Jenkins, Lambert, Allan, H. Williams; and ten in the steerage. Dupleix, s.s., 1,450 tons, Hansby, from Sydney via the East Coast. Passengers: Mrs Butler and child, Misses Brain and Brown, Mr Davis; and thirty-two steerage. SAILED.-July 23. Beautiful Star, s,s,, 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru, July 21. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, for Auckland via the East Coast. Passengers : For Lyttelton -Miss Anderson. For Wellington— Miss Petre, Mr a Maunsell, Messrs Ferguson ard O. S. Jacob. For Auckland—Mr Rancliffe, Mr Saville,

To meet the increased demand in the frozen mutton trade the New Zealand Shipping Company have arranged for a large cargo steamer with a 25,000 carcass capacity and room for 5,000 bales of wool. She is to load in tho colony next January.

The Pukaki is discharging cargo at the Jetty street wharf.

The ship Caitloch's destination has been definitely fixed. She goes to Iquiquo to load nitrate for London.

The Hauroto is loading for Sydney at tho tongue wharf, and is to sail to-morrow.

Tbe Grafton, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports, arrived at Port Chalmers as 720 a.m.' to-day and steamed alongside the Manapouri at the George street pier to +<-an°hir» 1,118 sacks barley and 400 packs oats for Melbourne. She left Westport at 2 p.m. on the 19th insf-,, Nelson at 11.15 a.m. on the 20th. Wellington at 9 a.m. on tbe 21st, Lytte'ton at 1115 pm. on the 22nd, and Timaru at 8p m. on tbe 23rd, having experienced light variable winds with moderate swell and fine weather throughout. Tbe Waihora, from Auckland via East Coast ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at 9 a.m. today, and steamed alongside the George ptreot pier. She left Lyttelton at 5 p.m. yesterday, having experienced light southerly and variable winds, with fine weather, from Auckland, A large vessel was reported fifteen miles S.E. of Cape Saunders at 030 p.m. to-day. It is not likely she is bound to this port, as the first vessel expected hero is the ship Waimate, now only eighty days out from London. The Ringarooma, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton, arrived at Fort Chalmers at 10a.m. today. She left Sydney at sp m. on the 15th inst., cleared the Heads at 6 p.m., experienced S.E. winds with moderate sea across, and breasted Cape Farewell at 4 a m. on tho 20th, arriving at Wellington at 3.15 p m. same May; left again at 055 p.m. on the 21st, passed the Dupleix at midnight, and arrived alongside the wharf at Lyttelton at 6 a.m. on the 22nd ; remained there until 4 p.m. on the 23rd ; met with light variable winds with smooth sea from Wellington. Sho steamed up to town at one o'clock.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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