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♦- I IZfgrli Water. To-mokrow. Taiaroa Heads: 5.19 _a,m,, 5,35 p.m. Port Chalmers : 5.59 a.m., 0.15 p.m. Lunedin : 0.44 a.m., 7.0 p.m. » I'oi't (Clsalmers. APvRIVED.— July 30. Crest of [tho Wave, schoonor, 50 tons, Kyfell, from Westport for Jnvercarg'il (put iu). Te Anau, s.s„ 1,028 tons, M'lntosh, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers : Miss IViassey, Messrs Fricdlauder, Jones, 4'iuJayson, Bo.biii, Campbell; seven in the steerage. July 31. Mararoa, s.s , 1,G5.S tons, Edie, from Sydney, via Auckland aud liast Coast pores. I'ubuen gfcrß : Mesdames Boot, Beckingwvle, Allen, Prestnn and child, Kawnsely and two children, Douglav, Debaux,J Kedaian, Misses Uebaux, Arthur, Camen.u, Kawnsley, Daret, Captain Cameron, Messrs Beckingsalo (2), Lundon, C;isey, Roy, Sheen, Miller, Valentine, Matthews, Southern, Davey, Benjamin, I'mcock, Goodman, Debaux, Chambers, Redman, Master Southern; and twenty-seven in the Mivhin'apua, ».»., 205 to*?, Todd, from Westport via Timaru. Passengers: Misses Hewett, Brown, Pollock, Messrs Price (2). Centennial, s.s., 561 tons, Leasing, from Sydney via the North. Passengers: Mrs Smith and four children, Messrs Young, Duncan, Burk, M'Cormack, Ferguson, Watt, Peacock, Hepburn, M'Phersort, Newman, Doolin, Scott, Wilson, Thomas, M'Bean, Small, Dingad!e. SAILSD.-JULY 30.

Kakanui, s.s., 09 tone, Bett, for Fortroße. Beautiful Star, s.s., 14G tons, lirewec, for Oamaru. , ... , Herald, s.s., 3.*>o tons, Jones, for West Coaat via Oamaru. July 31.

Te Anau, s.s., 1,028 tons, M'lntosh, for Sydney via East Coast ports. Passertgeix : For Lyttelton—Miss Rutuerford. for Wellington—Mi»» Skey. For Auckland—Mr and Mrs C. Turnbull; and thrc-o in steerage.

The b.s. Elderslie, tn route for Oamaru and Timaiu, called off Otago Heads this morning and took on board Mr .T. Mill and a party of stevedored. She left London on May 14, and called at Las l'alinas, Fiemantle, and Melbourne on her way to New Zealand. The Mahinapua, from Weatport via intermediate ports, arrived alongside the George street pier at 7 a.m. to-day. Sho left Weatport at 10 p.m. on the 2fith inst., and experienced light variab e winds and fire weather throughout. The Mararoa, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast ports, arrived alongside the George htreet pier m 8 B0 a.m. to-day. She left Lyttelton at 5 p.m. yesterday. The iillis lino (steamer Centennial, Captain Leasing, with passeugtru and cargo, from Sydney via "Wellington and 1 yttelcon, arrived at Dunedin this afternoon. Sh.i left Lyttelton at 4 p.m. yesterday, arrived off Heads at 2 p.m. to-day, and steamed up to the tODgue wharf as above. THE DIRECT STJ3AMEKS. ■Wellington, July 30.—Arawa, fromHobart. She has had an uneventful parage, and brings Bixty-four passengers for £ew Zealand ports and 2,300 tons of cargo. Her officers are the same as last voyage, with the exception that Mr Moffatt has been appointed to the command of the company's new steamer Marruaii; Mr rrosocr (late second) has, therefore, been appointed chief officer, and Mr Holland (late of the uuainer Tongarirn) is second. I'assengcru for Otago: Saloon—Messrs W. Houghton and J. I'orrest. Second saloonMiss Bailey and Mr A. Giles. Third saloon— Hicks and Lewis, Misses Beattie and Eraser. MOVEMENTS OF THE JUNIoN STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Wednesday, July 31. Oamaeu.—Heiald arrived this morning from Dunedin ; sails to-night for Timaru. Lyttelon. Penguin arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin; palls 10 p.m. for Wellington.—Dingadee nailed 7 la9t night for Westport. Nelson.—Grafton arrived 7.30 a.m. from Wellington; sails 930 p. urt. for Westp'-rt. New Plymouth. Mawhera arrived this morning from Wellington; sailed this afternoon for the Manukau. Shipping Telegrams. I onpon*. July 29. Northanhay, barque, from Lyttelton (April 25).-India, barque, from Auckland (April 7). Oamaru, July 31.—The steamer Elderslie, 3,300 tons, arrived at Oamaru this morning from Melbourne, which port she left on Friday laut.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7973, 31 July 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 7973, 31 July 1889

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