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Port Cir aimers. ARRIVED.— August 6. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Lyttelton via Oarnatu. Grafton, s.s., 297 tons, Nordstrom, from the West Coast via Timaru. Passengers: Mrs Sinclair, Misses Forrest, Frosser, Messrs Muller, Sincla : r. Three steerage. August 7. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, from Auckland via East Coast por;s. Passengers: Mcsdomes Williams, Robertson, IS'aphtali and two children, Taylor, Mauuse 1, Miss Isaacs, Messrs Williams, Robertson, Stubbs, Scott, Campbell, Roberts, Wheeler, Wayte, Gage, Park, Frahum, Cousins, and eight in the steerage. SAlLED.—August 6. Brunner, s.s., 350 tons, Ewan, tor the West Coast via Oatnaru. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oatnaru, August 7. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill. Waihora, s.s. ; 1,269 tons, Popham, for tho North. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Mr Thursby. For Wellington Messrs Elder, Burneit, Meek, For Auckland —Mias Rutherford, Mr Rattray, Mr Sullivan. For Nelson — Mr Jennings. Travel’ers by the U.S. S. Company’s boats will hear with regret that Mr L. Cooke, the popular chief steward of the Tarawera, has decided to retire from the service and take a spell on shore as “mine host” of one of the leading hostelries in Auckland. Those who have been passengers by the Tarawera will miss the genial chief steward, and will wish him every success in his new avocation. The brigantine Enterprise is expected to sail for Napier on Friday. The Tarawera, from Auckland via the East Coast ports, arrived at 9.30 a.m. to day, and, after a short stay at the Bowen pier, steamed up to Dunedin. She left Lyttelton at 2p.ra, yesterday. Experienced fine weather from Auckland to Lyttelton, and from that port fresh head winds to arrival.

The flags at the harbor offices and of the shippirgat the wharves were displayed halfmast high to-day as a mark of respect to the Uto Captain J. Hanaby, formerly of the steamers Taiaroa and Hawea, and latterly of the Dupleix. Tho Rotomahana steamed down_ to Port Chalmers this morning, and transhipped 100 tons of cargo to the Waihora. The Invercargill, from Lyttelton via Oamarn, arrived at Dunedin at midnight yesterday. She left the former port at 6 p m. on Monday, had B.W. winds, and reached Oamaru at 10 a.m. on Tuesday; took in cargo and left again at 6 p.m., arriving as above. After filling up with cargo she left again this afternoon for Invercargill. The Tarawera steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon, and landed cargo at the Victoria wharf.

The ship Balaton has about -109 tons of cargo to discharge at the cross wharf. The ship Wairaato has put out over 1,600 tons of cargo at the Viet uia wharf. The Grafton, from the West Coast, arrived in Dunedin at G. 15 a.m. to-day. She left Westport at 2 p.m. on the 2nd inst., and arrived at Nelson at 10 a m. on the 3rd ; left again at 11 a.m., and arrived at I’icton at 8.45 p.m.; left again at 9.15 p.m. same day, and reached Wellington at 4 30 a.m. on the 4th; left again at 9 a.m., and arrived at Lyttelton at 9 a.rn. oa the uth ; left that port at 11 p.m , called at Timaru, and came into port ns above. She had variable winds and weather throughout the passage. The Waihora having received a thorough overhaul sailed this afternoon for Auckland via East Corst ports. Tho Elderslie up to noon tc-day had taken in here 4,071 carcasses mutton, making a total with those shipped at Oamaru and Timaru of 21,525 carcasses. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Wednesday, August 7. Oamaru.— Brunner arrived early from Dunedin ; sailed 5 p.m. for Timaru. Lyttelton —Lindus arrived 10 a.m,—Mawhera sailed 5 p.m. Tuesday for Wellington.— Rotor ra 10 pm. for We lingten —Rosamond arrived 5 p.m. Wellington. Tskapuna air’ved 5 am. from Lyttelton.—Rotorua arrived 2 a m. from Lyttelton. Ringarooma sailed 3 p.m. for Napier,—Southern Cro-s sailed (5 p.m. for Napier.—Koranui sailed 7 p.m. for Nelson.— Mahinapua arrived G p.m. Westport. —Pukaki arrived early; sails Thursday for Dunedin. Nelson.— Herald arnved 2 pm; sailed 3 p.m. for Greyraouth,—Penguin arrived 2 p.m.; sailed 3 p.m, for Picton. Auckland, Australia sails G p.m. for Gisborne. Oairntoul left Calcutta for Wellington on 4th August. Shipping Telegrams, Auckland, August o.*— Waiiarapa, from Sydney. Passengers: Mieses Russell, O’Bara, and Newccmbes, Mosdamos M'Dorrald, Shirley, Hill, James, Williams, and Thompson, Messrs M‘Donald, Addison, Bramwell, Br.; dy, Lambert, Sykes, Strange, Montgomery, David, Williams, Baronds, Rev. D. O. Egan: and thirty steerogo.—Te Anau, from the South, Wsllinoton, August G, Centennial and Ringarooma, for Sydney via Napier and Auckland,

Lyttelton, August 6. —Rotorua, for Wellington.—Mawhera, for Auckland.—Orowaiti, for Westport.—Tarawera, for the South and Melbourne. Passengrrs; Miss Goodman, Messrs Park and Cousen.

SYDNEY, August o,—Wakatipu, from Wei I’ngton.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7979, 7 August 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 7979, 7 August 1889

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