High Water. TO-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Heads : 6.41 a.ra., 7.1 p.m. Port Chalmers; 7.21 a.m„ 7.41 p.m. I unedin: 8.6 a. m., 8.26 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— August 16 Penguin, s.s., 412 tons, Bernech, from North. Passengers: Mrs Simpson and child; seventeen steerage. The brigantine Sarah Pile put out the last of her cargo of timber this morning, and was towed down to Port Chalmers by the Plucky to bo d'-cked. The ship Ralston is taking in ballast at the cross wharf. The barquenticc Jasper commenced discharging cargo at the Rattray street wharf toTekapo is taking in cargo for Sydney at the Jetty street wharf. The schooner Janet Ramsay sailed down from Dunedin yesterday afternoon, and berthed alongside the export pier to discharge a quantity of casks, and is expected to be ready to be hauled on Isbister’e slip to-morrow for repairs. The R.M.B. Aorangi, from Plymouth yia Capetown, Hobart, and Wellington, Is due at Port Chalmers to-morrow morning.
i The Penguin arrived at Dunedin at 080 p iri to-day. fc ho left Nelson at 10 am. on the 18th inat, called at Picton, and reached Wollin ton i at 11 p.m.; left at 3 p.m. on the 14tb, and i a v rived at Lyttelton at 7 a.rn. on the 15th ; left that port at noon same day, called at Akaroa, and left at 0 p.m , and arrived as above. She had fine weather from Nelson to Wellington ; thence fresh N.W, winds with high s.as to the Kaikouras, fallowed by southerly winds to arrival at Lyttelton ; afterwards variable winds alo g the ciast. We thank Mr Morris (purser) for report, etc. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. FRIDAY, AUfiUST l(i. PluH'' Wairarapi anived 8 a.in. from Dunedin; sailed 4 p.m. for Melbourne. Lyttelton.—Orowaiti arrived fi a.in. from Westport; sails 8 p.m. for Westport. Wellington, —Rotorua arrived ‘2 a.m. from Nelson; sailed 8 p.m. for Lyttelton.—Herald arrived 4 am. from Westport. - Manapouti anived 11 a.in. from Lyttelton; soils 7p.rn for Napier, Nelson.— Rosamond sailed 2 p.m. for Greymonth.—Takap na arrived 10 a in, from Wellington ; sailed noon for New Plymouth, Ghkymouth. —Mawhera in roadstead. Gisborne —Waibora arrived 12 noon from Auckland ; sails 8 p.m. for Napier, 1 Auckland —Houroto tailed 2 p.m. for the South. . snipping Telegrams. Auckland, August 15.— The thre.e ; mastcd schooner Waiarekaranr ntotheroekaatKapangi, in the Hokianga River, while loaded with timber from Hokianga for Wellington. She was tloated off without damage, and is now waiting a favorable wind —Jubilee, from.Sydney. Passengers; For the South—Fifteen saloon and thirteen steerage.—AVaihora, for tho South. Passengers : t or Dunedin-Messrs Fitzsimmrns, S. C. Hoopey; and thirteen in the steerage —At tnehunga: II and a Isle, barque ntine, from Adelaide.—At Kaipara (on tho 1-Jth) : Watronga, barque, from Melbourne. Lyttelton, August 15. —Jane Douglas, for Timaru —Penguin, for Timaru and Dunedin.— Manapouri, for Wellington and Sydney.
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