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High Water. To-MORKOW, Taiaroa Heads : 5.24 a.m., 5 44 p.m. Port Chalmers: 6.4 a.m., 6.24 p.m. Lunedin: 6.49 a.m., 7.9 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— August 14. Lizzie ElleD, schooner, 48 tons, Timponny, from Fortrose. Wairarapi, b.s., 1.023 tons, Chatfield, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast portß. Passengers: Mesdamo3 Glasgow, Gray and child, Misses Glasgow, Malkett, Messrs Shanks, Hart, Ridings, Dunbar, Ella, Saville, DuDbar, Leigh ton, Jones, Docherty, Han is, M'Queen, Rankin, Walker, Lund, Macgregor, Baby Opden Dramatic Company (16); seventeen in the steerage. Mihinapua, s.s., 205 toES, Todd, from the West Coast. Passengers : Mrs Rao ai.d child, Misses Webb, M'Kay, Ramsey. Mr and Mrs \Vede, Messrß Hill, Pruchard, Allpress, Lo?egrove, M'Kay, M'Kenzie. SAILED.— August 13. Beautiful Star, s.s„ 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. AuarsT 14. Elderslie, cs., 2,761 tonp, Cuthbert, for London. Passenger: Mr R. R. Glendining. Pukaki, s.s., 853 tons, Fenn, for Westport. Manapouri, s.s, 1,025 tons, Logan, for Sydney via the East Coast. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Messrs Whitcorabo, Scott, Harris, Farnie. Misses Maitland, Bett, Mesdaraes Maitland, Holt, Schweers. For Wellington—Messrs Turnbnll, Bobson, Rev. Evanß, Maori football team, Mesdames Holt, Smith and family. For

Napier—Mr Shem. For Auckland—Mr Leslie. For Sydney—Mr Morris. The s.s. Mahinapua arrived at the Victoria wharf at 8 a.m. to-day. She left Woitport at 9 p.m. on the 9th inst. ; called at on, Wellington, and Lyttelton, and reached Timaru at 11 a.n>. on the 13th; left again at 5 p.m. same day, and arrived as above She had strong S.E. winds and sea from Westport to Wei lngton, followed by N.B. winds and heavy sea to arrival at Lyttelton; thence variable winds with fine weather along the coast. The F.c Wairarapi Bteamed up from the Harbor at 9 a.m. to-day, aad landed cargo at the tongue wharf, The ship Waimate is expected to be ready for sea by the end of the week. She has still a little dead weight to put out, and hai taken in nearly fOO casks of tallow. The Wairarapa arrived at Port Chalmers at 7.45 a m. to-day, and steamed up to Dunedin. Sho left Lyttelton at 330 p.m. yesterday, experienced smooth seas and pleasant weather down the coast.

A dry dock of enormous proportions is at present being made in the Old Country for Zarate, near Buenos Ayres. It is designed for the purpose of dry-docking and floating vessels of 5,000 tons, and is to be constructed in such a way that it may afterwards be readily adapted, if necessary, to accommodate craft of twice that weight. With the first shift of wind to the S.W. we may lcok for the arrival of the baiquentine Javper, which cleared from St. Louis for Dunedin on July 1, with 314 (French) tonß of sugar. She should be closely followed by the ship Nelson, now eighty-four days out from London; whilat the Biier Holme is ninety-one days out from Liverpool, and the Danish birque Nanny ninety-four eliys out from New York. Tho Elderslie left the Bowen pier this afternoon for london with tho following cargo:— 621 bales wjol, 51 do flax, 34 do sluepskioH, 278 do rabbitskins, 74 do basils and leather, 31 casks ptltp, 939 cases meats, 20 do cheese, 44 sacks peaH, 14 packages sundries, 25,917 carcisses (rcz:n mutton, 18t cases kidneys, 54 hares, and 6 packages game. The schooner Lizz e Ellen, with 20,0C0ft timber from Fort rose, anived this forenoon and anchored in Carey Bay. She left Foitroso on the 9.h lnht. with a l'ght N.E. breeze, which increased same evening to a ttrong gale, which held until tho afternoon of tho 12th, when tt mcdjrt.tjd and veered round to tho westward; cairicd light westerly winds until oft' St.d lie Hill on tho morning of tho 18th, when it agiln shifted to tho northward, blowing fresh from that quarter to arrival. It is evident from the returns of the RegistrarGeneral of Shipping and Seamen for the mouth of May that the tendency towards steam navigation is on the incroaso. Both in the United Kingdom and in the colonies there is a loss of sailing tonnage and a decided determination of steam tonnage into large vessels. The old slowsiiling craft of former days has given place to the swift liner, and this again in m >ny instances to the magnificent argosies, which, propelled by engines of thousands of horse-power, carry tho commerce of the British Empire to every quarter of tho globe. Again, so marked is the change from sail to steam that the loss in tonnag« of the former in one month alono amounted to nearly 15,000 tons. Toe fact is, that the carrying Cip of steamers is now on a much n.ore extensive ica'e than f rmeriy. Freight in every ins'anc>, 'as well by sea a< by hind, is mere remunerative ti an the carriage of there Is lesi uncertaint;, and a huge b earner 1 ka tho ArcadH, or one of the Orient line, filled with goods to i'.a utmost capacity, in a mino of wealth to tho owners According tj the leparfc of tho RogUtrarGenera'. after making up for ha'f-losscs to tho Bteam fleet b? misadventure, sa'e, removal?, etc., the addition to steam vessels in tids country, without c unting the cdoiiies, is at tho astonishing rato cf about 14,0C0 tons yearly. —English paper. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEfcT, Wednesday. August 14. OAMARU. Tekapo arrived early from Timaru; tali 6 p m. for Dunedin. Lyiteltos.— Lindu* sailed 0 p.m. last night for Sydney. Wellington.—reuguin arrived 2 n.m. from Nelson; sailed 3 p.m. for Wellington. —Kawatiri arrived 5 a m. from Wchtport.— Takapuna arrived 2 p.m. from Lyttelton; sails to-morrow for Nelson. t kw Plymouth—Roto>ua arrived early from Matukau; s riled 1p m. for Nelson. Wkstfout.—Orowniti arrived 9 a.m from Wellington; euled for Lyttelton at noon.— Herald arrived 9 a.m. frcm Nelson; eails midnight for Wellington. Giuymouth.— Brunner fails midnight for Wellington.—Omapere arrived 9 a.m. from the Bluff; sails midnight for the Bluff atd Dunedin. CRUISE OF THE HINEMOA. Wc learn from tho Wellington'Press'that the Government steamer Kinemoa returned from her usual trip round tho "Fivelslands" in the fa: South and tho southern coast of New Zealand at about 1.30 a m. on Thumlay morn)*g. After leaving Wellington the ves?el proceeded down the Fast Coast of the Middle Island, making her u>ual lighthouo and port cills here and there as far as the Bluff. From thero she went away south to the Autipodes, Auckland, Bountiep, and Campbell Islands, where, on each, the depflts erected for the convenience of shipwrecked manners wero carefully examined and found to be intact, not having been interfere! with by anyone. Tho noavt lino of tho Islands was also examined, and no traces were discovered if any shipwrcrks. Tho live stock, cowsieting of sheep, goats, etc., which were placed on theee telatds Jaet year, were to bo seen in largo numbers, doing splendidly, Their number has increased nearly 90 per cent., and they seemed to be luxuriating In the abundance of coarEC grass which is there up to the bellies of the animals. The Ilui/moa was thirteen days from the Bluff to the island?, and during that lirr.o ohe experienced some terrific weather. Capta'n Fairchild states that there was not a seal or sea lion to I e seen on or off tho islands visited, they having all gone away south on their annual carouse.

THE DIRECT STEAMER?. Tho Aoiangi's Dunrdin passengers arc : Second saloon: Misa Shrimpton, Mr and Mrs J. Najl r, Master F. Rogers. Steerage—Miss J. Bowman, Mr and MrH T. Peate", Mrs A. A. Simpson and daughter, Messrs H. M. Cameion, and D. Flusty. Shiiipluff Telegrams, Auckland, August 13. K>nilworth, for Sydney.—Kotorua, for the South, Passengers: Messrs W. Alman and E. J. Breeds; five in the steorage. Ltttklton, August 13. Takapuna, for Wellington.—Arawa, for Wellington.—Liadus, for Pydney.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7985, 14 August 1889

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