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Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—August 21 Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons. Brewer, from Oamaru. Passengeis: Six saloon »nd five steerage. August 22. Hauroto, ?.?., 1,278 tons, Kennedy, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast port?. Passengers: Mesdames Will, Park, Misses Smith, Prarson, Captain Fcoullar, Mr and Mrs W. Yeend, Mr and Mrs' Sinclair, Mexcrs Luck, Finlay, Hinson, Gardner, Mastcra Stewait, Sinclair ; and fifty-seven in th« (■teerage. Jubilee, s.s., 816 ton?, Brothers, from Sydney via the East Coast. Passongem: Saloon—Mesdames Walker, Graham, Healy, Misses Kirwin, Clatton, Leila Kerr, Duggan, Haines, Messis Healy, Johtstone, Fisher, Le Licose, Roach, Haines ; and fifteen ateorage. SAlLED.—August 22. Waihora, s.s., 1,269 tons, Popham, for the North. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Mesdames Scott and child, Bull, Miss Hodgkins, Me-srii Lang, Roberts. For Wellington—Mesdamea Jenkins, Edwards and child, Miss Pope, Messrs Jenkins, Whitehoußr, For Auckland — Mosbm Black, Dalfileish, Mider. Mararoa, s.s-, 1.P58 tons, Edie. for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: For BluffMr M'Crae. For Melbourne—Mrs Ireland, Misses Maxwell, Parnell, Melrose, Mesirs Macneill, Ilia, Guild, Leith, Marshall, Maxwell, Griffithp, Petrie, Harris, Finlay, Struss; and eleven iu the fcteerage.

The Bhip Ealsttn is completing her ballast at the cross whaif. She fails for Lyttelton at the end of the week.

The barqnentine Jasper is nearly ckai of her eirgo of sugar. The Beautiful Star arrived at 9.15 p.m. yesterday. She left Oaimru at 3 p.m., had light N.F. winds with clear weather and N.F. swell along the coist. Amongst her ca'go she brought 150 sacks oats for transhipment to Melbourne.

The Hauroto arrived alongside the George street pier at 7 a.m. to-day. She left Sydney at 2.50 p.m. on the 10th inst., had moderate westerly winds with fine weather, breasted the Three Kings at noon on the 14th, Bnd reached Auckland at 8 a.m. on tho 15th ; left again at 5.40 p.m. on the 16th, had moderate westeily wind? until she passed Portland Island at 8,10 a.m. on the 17th, when sho met a strong S.S.W. gale with head sea until she rounded Cape Pallificr at 7.30 p.m. on the 18th, whon the gale moderated, arriving at Wellington at 10.45 p.m. same day; left again at 7.15 p.m. on the 19th, reached Lyttelton at 10 a.m. on the 20fch, and loft again for headquarters at 2 p.m. on the 2lst, ar.iving as above, having met light winds from Wellington. The Ellis line steamer Jubilee arr'ved at Dunedin at 1 p.m. to-day. She left Sydney at 2.30 p.m. on the 10th inst., passed the Three Kings at 10.30 p.m. on tho 14th, and reached Auckland at 9.30 p.m on the 15th; left again at 4 p.m. next day, and arrived at Wellington at noon on the 19th inst.; left again at 5.30 p.m., and reached Lyttelton at 11.15 a.m. on tho 21st; sailed again at 2 p.m., and anived as above. She had strong W. and S.W. winds with heavy seas from Sydney to Auckland, with variable winds and weather down the coast. The Hauroto leaves for Sydney via Northern ports on Saturday. THE DREDGE. Tho secretary of the Harbor Board this afternoon received the following telegram from Mr Oonyerp, secretary of the Bluff F arbor Board:— " The dredge has been standing over to Stewart Island. She is now (3,41 p.m ) standing away to the westward." THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company's R.M.S. Coptic left Lyttelton with a full cargo and 101 passengere at 5.27 p.m. on the 17th May. For the first three days strong S.W. winds and heavy seas were experienced ; thence to the 25th May light to moderate easterly winds with a considerable head swell. From the 26th to the time of passing Cape Horn on the Ist Juno, Btrong head winds and seas were encountered. Variable weather was experienced till Rio de Janeiro was reached at 6.45 a.m. on the 10th June. The s.s. Rinrataka, which sailed from Wellington on the 16th May, was found lying in the harbor. After taking in cargo and coaling, and embarking twentythree paßßengers, tho voyage waß resumed at 7.55 am. on the 11th June; h»d light winds and fine weather to the Equator, which was crossed on the 17th June, and from thence to Teneriffe moderate head winds were met with; Teneriffe was reaohed at 1,30 p.m. on the 24th June, and after having coaled and received three passengers, the voyage was continued at 6,20 p.m. on the same day; light winds and fine weather hold during the run across the Bay of Biscay, and Plymouth was reaohed at 3 a.m. on the 30th June. The voyage throughout was a most enjoyable one, and entertainments of all kinds were indulged in, including dances, concerts, charades, athletic sports, magio lantern exhibitions, theatricals, and various tournaments, etc.

MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Thursday, August 22. Timaru,—lSruuner sai'ed 10.30 a.m. for Greymoutb. Omapere arrived early from Oainaru. Lyttelton.—Ttotorua arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 1 p.m. for Dunedia via Anarr.a —Rosamond arrived 10 a.m. from GreynrjU'.h.—Tekapo sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington, Napier.—Southern Cross arrived midnight from Wellington; sailed 3.30 p.m. lor Gisborne. Auckland.—To Anau arrived 9 p.m. last night. Westport,— Mahinapua arrived 10 a.m. from Nelson, Grkymouth.— Orawaiti arrived this morning from Westport; tails for Oaraaru to-night. Mamjkau Wanaka arrived this morning from New Plymouth. Mklbouunk.—-Tatawera sailed 4 p.m Tuesday for Bluff, -Wairarapa arrived 9 a.m. Thursday. Siilpttinff Telegrams. Auckland, August 21. Te Anau, from Sydney. Passengers for Wellington: Very Rev. Dean Green, Mr and Mrs Triggs.—Rollo, baique, for London, from Kaipara. Wellington, August 2 L—Rotorua, for tiie South Passengers : Misses Geary and Gower, Mesdames and Gower, Messrs Ross, Lilbin, Fisher, Knight, Ooull, Duncan, Brown, Atkiuson, Lambert, Whitcombe; and six in the steoragc.— l lie stearnsr Lawrence has been purchased in Sydney, on behalf of the Mohikinui Coal Company, for the Wellington trade. _ Lyttelton, Augiut 21.—Ponguin, for Wel-lington.--Wareatea, f. r Westport —Hauroto, for Dunedin. Passengers : Captain Scoular, Mr Gardner ; and sixteen steerage—Jubilee, for Duncdin. Passengers: Messrs Duggan, Kerr, Healey, Howe, King, Cotwn, Roach, Nairn, Lelicoe, Kirman, Mesdames Heal-.y, Simm nda, Jackson and child; and fifteen steerage. Melbourne, August 21,—Wairarapa, from tho Bluff. Sydney, August 21.—Camille, from Kaipara.—Bells, from Wellington. Newcastle, August 21.—Kentish Lass, for Wellington. Brisbane, August 21. —Wild Wave, for Auckland. London, August 21. Eail Rosebery, baique, from Lyttelton (May). Halcione, ship, from Lyttelton (May 18) —Kinchine, barque, from Timaru (April 29).

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SHIPPING., Issue 7992, 22 August 1889

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