High: Water. To-mobbow. Talaroa Heads : 5.53 a.m., 6.12 p.m. Port Chalmers : 0.33 a.m., 6.32 p.m. L'uuedin: 7.18 a.m., 7.37 p.m. ♦ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—JoIt 31. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Passengers : Five saloon, three steerage. BAILED—JuIt 31. Mararoa, s.b,. 1,658 tons, Edie. for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: For BluffMr Casey. For Melbourne Mesdames Cunningham and child, Sutherland, Gordon and child, Maxwell, Patterson, Messrs Sutherland, Gordoo, M'Laughlan, Maxwell, Patterson, Kev. Walsh ; and seven in the steerage. The Centennial is landing cargo at the tongue wharf. She leaves to-morrow afternoon for Sydney via the North. The ship Caitloch was towed down the Victoria Channel this forenoon by thotugs Koputai a- d Plucky, and anchored off Deborah Bay. Yne Ringarooma is loading at Jr.attray ttreet wharf for Sydney. She sails for that port tomorrow via the l«orth. The brigantino Enterprise is rapidly filling; up with cargo at the Jetty street wharf. The passengers for Dunedin per R.M.S. Arawa will arrive here by the Kotorua tomorrow. Periodicals will also by the same steamer.
The steimer Beautiful Star arrived 10.5 p.m. yesterday. She left Oamaru at 3 p.m.; had fine weather with smooth sea along the coast.
The schooner Dunedin is about to load stores, building material, etc\ at Auokland, and leaves for the Kermadec Islands next month with a party of settlers, who intend to take up homes there. The vessel has just been purchased by the party, which includes Mr Horell, of Wairoa, Hawke's Bay, and Mr J. M. Gelling, of Hamilton. They will be followed by their families on the next trip. The schooner Dunedin will be employed to shin produce from tho Kermadec Islands to Auckland.
MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FJ,EBT, Wednesday. August 1. Oamarc—Herald tailed late last night for Lyttelton. Ltttelton.— Penguin sailed 10 p.m. last night for Wellington.—Te Ai.au arrived 1130 a.m. from Dunedin; sails 8 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington. Wakatipu arrived lam. from Timaru.—Rosamond sails midnight for Greymouth. Nelson.—Takapuna arrived midnight from New Plymouth ; sailed 11 a.m. for Picton. Giieymouth, Brunner sailed 1 p.m. for Dunedin. Newcastle.— Lindus sailed 9 last night. Westpoht.—Ohau arrived from Bluff; saite for Suva to-morrow. —Grafton arrived from Nelson 0 a.m. Auckland.—Wainui sailed 5 p.m. yesterday for Tonga. Shipping; TelevraniM. Auckland, July 31.—The Auckland schooner Sovereign, which is reported to have gone ashore near Brisbane, left this port for Brisbane on July 1 with c&rgoa of oat?.—The barquentine Elinor Vernon, which has cleared at the Customs for New York, has as part cargo 4,343 cases kauri gum and 197 bales flax.—Wainui, for Tonga and Samoa. Wellington, July 31.—Teocle. barque, for Nelson. Coriolanus, for Iquique. Willie M'Laron, for Sydney. . Oajiaru, July 31.—The s.s. I lderßhe arrived from London via Australian ports to-day. In the Tropics the cook died suddenly of heat apoplexy, and was buried at sea. Melbourne. July 31.—Rotomahana, for the Bluff. The Maori footballers are passeDgers. Newcastle, August I.—Lindus, s s., for Lyttelton.
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