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High Water. To-MORBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 9.5 a.m., 9.119 p.m. Tort Chalmers: 9.45 &.m„ 10.19 p.m. Dunedin: 10.30 a.m., 11.4 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-August 3. Beautiful Star, s.b., 140 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru, Passengers: Sis saloon, two steerage. AUGUST 4 Brunner, s.s., 310 tons, Ewan, trom Westport. Kakanui, i.s., 59 tons. Best, from tho Bluff. Awarua, schooner, 45 tons, Lewis, from the Coast. SAlLED.—August 5 Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, for Waitawa. Rotorua, s.s., 576 tons, Neville, for Northern ports. Passengers: For Lyttolton—Mr and Mrs Redman. For Wellington—Miss F. Begg, Mr Squires. For Nelson—Mrs Scarfe,

The schooner Awarua brings a cargo of timber from Invercargil', which port she left on the29th ult.; had variable winds until the evening of the 2nd inst., when a heavy southerly gale set in, which drote her past the Heads; beat baok on Saturday, and anchored in Carey Bay same evening. TheElderslie is expected to arrive at Port Chalmers from Timaiu early to-morrow morning. Tho next foreign vesiete expected are the barques Nanny (which left Now York on May 15, now eighty-two days out), the Brier Holme (eighty-one days from Liverpool), and tbe ship Nelson (now seventy - four days out from London). The Beautiful Star, from Oamaru, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 10.30 p.m on Paturday. She It ft Oamaru at 3 p.m., and had strong winds from S. to S,W., smooth seas and sharp squalls of hail and snow along the coast.

Th* Kakanui arrived at the Rattray stroet wharf at 830 a.m. yesterday. She left the Bluff on Saturday forenoon, and hid strong B.W. winds with constant squall* of hail and snow along the coast. She left again tliiH afternoon for Waikawa.

The Brunner, with a cargo of coal from Westport, arrived at tho Jetty street wharf at 9.20 a.m. yesterday. !?ho left Westport on the afternoon of the Ist inst., aid had variable winds to arrival. After landing her cargo, she sails to-morrow evening on her return trip to tho Weßt Coast.

The Ralston has landed about half her cargo at tho crops wharf.

Tho cargo by the ship Pleiono is turning out in capital order. She has landed some 800 ton* at tho cross wharf, and has taken in part of her ballast.

Tho Waimate la mooting quick despatch with tho discharge of her cargo at the Victoria wharf. It is understood she goes to Wellington to lo?d for London.

The Nairnshire (the latest addition to Messrs Martin, Turnbull, und Co.'h line of steamers) is expected to leave Home on tho 25th inst. for this port. Arraiigurabnts are also complete for a direct steam sot vice evory six weeks between Oamaru, Timaru, and Port Chalmers.— ' Oamaru Mail.'

During the week commencing July 29 and ending AugUßt 4, the following vosaels have been at the Dunedir. wharves:— Arrivals : Te Anau 1 028 tons, Penguin 442, Kakanui 56 (twice), Ceutennial 591, Mahinapua 205, Beiutiful Star 14(5 (twice), Rntorua 576, Brunner 340; total, 3.68 ft tons. Departure : Invercargill 128 tons, Penguin 442, Kakanui sft, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Herald 350, Te Anau 1,028, Caitlooh (ship) 1,204, Centennial 501. Ringaroorna 623, Mahinapua 205; total 3,952 toni<.

THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Kaikoura arrived at Rio on the 2nd inst.; all well. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Monday. A»gust 5. Bi.UK!'.—Rotomahana arrived last night from Melbourne; sailed 4 p.m. for Dnne^in. Ltttklton. —Grafton arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington; sails 8 p.m. for Akaroa and Dunedin.—Mawhera arrived It a.m. from Wellington.— RiDgarooma sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington. Wemikotox,—Tarnwera arrived 11 a.m. yesterday from Napier; sailed 3 p.m. to day for Lyttelton.—Takapuna sailed 1 p.m. for Nelson, Gjsbornk.— To Anauanived 0.30 a.m. from Napier; sailed 9.80 a.m. for Auckland. Auckland.—Australia arrived 7 a.m. from Gißborne. GnETMOOTH.— Kawatiri arrived noon. Shipping TelerramH. Blupp. August 4.—8.30 p.m , Rotomahana, from Melbourne. She left Melbourne at 4 p.m. on the 31st ult., was abreast Swan Island at noon next day, and passed Puyar gur Point at 1 p.m. to-day. She experienced southerly and S.E. winds and fine weather throughout the passage. Passengers: Mesdaraes Hurt, Brittenden, Blandford and family, Misses Brittenden (2), Head, Rothin, Hurt, Messrs Hurt. Farley, Blandford, Davidson, Thursby, Burnett. Warbrick (5). Wynyard (2), Maywarl, Keogh, Nebua, Taiaroa, Taare, Reno, Lee, Williams, Ellison, Madigan, Elliott, Etyon, Elder; and thirty steerage for all ports. Stdnrt, August 4.—Duploix, from Wellington —H M.S. Rapid, from Samoa.— for Wellington.—August 5: Bothwell Castle, s.s,, from Lyttelton.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7977, 5 August 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 7977, 5 August 1889

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