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SHIPPING.

High Water. To-moeeow. Taiaroa Heads : 7.17 *.m., 7.40 p.m. Fort Chalmers ; 7.67 a.m., 8.29 p.m. Dunedin: 8.42 a.m., 9.5 p.m. Monday.—Taiaroa Heads: 8.6 a.m.. 8.81 p.m. Port Chalmers: 8.46 a.m,, 3,14 p.m. Dunedin: 9.31 a.m., 9.59 p.m. Port Gbalmera. ARRIVED,— August 3. Rotorua, s.e., 576 tons, Neville, from Nekas via Akaroa. Passengers: Mesdames Buck, "Welsh, Miss Buckridge, Messrs Fitzpatrick, Brown, Lobb, Hunt, Smythe, R. J. Dix, Q-, Phillips, Welsh: and ten steerage. Ex Arawa: Miss c s Bailey, J. Fraser, J. Beattie, Mesdames Hicks, Lewis, Messrs Fillevil, O. Smith, W. Houghton, SAILED.— August 2. Mahinapna, s.s„ 205 tons, Todd, for tha West Coast via Timaru. Beautiful Star, b.s,, 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamarn. August S. Gaitloch, ship, 1,264 tons, Dornac, for Iquiqne,

The Centennial took the ground in the Upper Harbor yesterday afternoon. The tug Plucky was sent from Port Chalmers to her assistance, and succeeded in getting her off at 4.15 p.m. Dredge 222 was hauled out of tbs graving dock yesterday and berthed at the export pier to complete repairs. The schooner B'pray, which was bound South, put back to the Beads yesterday evening owing to the strong H. W. breeze. The Rotorua, Captain Neville, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports, arrived at 11 a.m. to-day, eased steam off the port, and. after transhipping mails, steamed direct to Dunedin. She left Lyttelton at 1 p.m. yesterday, and called at Akaroa; experienced fine weather to Akaroa, thence S.E, winds with thick weather to arrival.

Shipping Telegram*. Auckland, August 2.—Mawhera, for the South. Passengers: Mrs Allroyd and maid, Messrs Callen, Rhodes, Wilson, Finnee, Francis, Signors; and three steerage.—Tha steamer Douglas, whilst attempting to cross the bar at Opotiki, went ashore on the Western Spit, Nearly the whole of her cargo of maize was taken out, and the vessel floated off at the rising of the tide, not having received any injury. Wellington, August 2.—Takapnna, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Sir J. Hall, Messrs Peacock, Campbell, Mendelsohn, Green, 111 a, Holdship; and four steerage. Lyttelton, August 2.—Tongariro, for Wellington. Melbourne, August 2.—Manaponri, from tha Bluff.

Lonbon, August I.—Countess of Bothesay, from the Bluff (March 23). Stdnev, August 2.— Hauroto, from Wellington.—Oamaru, from Auckland.—Rebecca, for Kaipara. Bbisbane, August 3.— Circe, for Greymouth.

Melbourne. August 3. —Madeira, from New Zealand.—G. M. Tucker, for New Zealand.— Wenona, for Kaipara. —Killarney, for New Zealand.

Newca'TLE, August 3.—Aratapu, from Tairua.—Syren, from Nelson.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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