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High Water. To-morrow. Talaroa Heads : 1.13 a.m. 1.36 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.53 a.m., 2.16 p.m. I unedin: 238 a.m., 3.1 p.m. » Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—Acoust 23. Rotorua, s.s., 570 tons, Neville, from Nelson via Lyttelton and intermediate ports Passengers: Mist E. Begg, Mc>frs Duncan, F. Belbill, J. D. Fisher, Parsons, Thcrr.son, Kim Yow; and eight in the stetrage. The Rolo:uaanived at Poit Chalmers at 9 a.m. to-day. She left Lyttelton at 1 p.m, yesterday, and Akaroa at 6.30 p.m , having experienced fine weither throughout. the first shifs of wind to tho south-west the ship Nelson fdiould put in an being now ninety-two days out frc m London The steamer Jubilee is landing cjal at the Jetty street wharf. The Hauroto is landing cargo at the tongue wharf. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Welmnoton, August 22. Arawa, for London, Pasaengeis:—First sal.on : From Wellington Messrs Casey and Swinburn, From Dunedin—Mr M'Namara. From Christchurch—Mr Bates, Rev. Mr Wright. From Auckland—Rev. Mr and Mrs Walpole and children. From Sydney-Miss M'Lean, Messrs Williams, Hoaro, Barry, DickefO". From Melbourne Messrs Barrett and Thursley From Adelaide -Mr Panders. Second saloon : From Wellington—Miss Hassell, Mr Stacy, Mr and Mrs Coady, Mr Creighton. From Auckland—Mr and Mrs Doheity and fimily (3), Mr Peterson. From Sydney—Messrs Mowell and Damen. Thiity-two steerage from all ports. The Kaikoura arrived at P ymouih on the 20th inst.; all w<>ll. By the Pan Francisco mail the New Zsaland Shipping Company are advised that the following passengers have booked their passages in London for the colomcs: -

Per Rimutaka, left London July 25 : For Wellington-Mr C. J. Atkins, Miaa Atkins, Mr and Mra R. Wilson, child, ami maid. For Lyttelton—Mr Robert Hay, Miss Hay. For Auckland—Mr H. Scrope, Mr 0. O. Parker. Second Baloon : For Wellington—Mr D. Mollet, Mr T W. Philpot, Mrs M. Bctt. For Lyttelton—Mr and Mrs J. Webster and daughter, Mr G. Claik. For Auckland—Mrs M. A. Goodman, Mr J. Court and party (13\ Mrs Harrison, Mr and Mrs 0. J. Stono and child ; thirty tteer'ge passengers. Per Ruapehu, to leave London 22nd August: First saloon—Mrs Mai joribanks and child, Miss A. J. Case, Mr R. M. H. Palston, Mr and Mrs Warne. Second saloon-Mr and Mrs E, H. Levett, Mr and Mrs Goodson, Mr and Mrs A. Diake and family, Mrs A. Webb and child, Mrs Sadler and two daughters. Misses Campbell, Mr and Mrs Murgatroyd, Mr Charles Chambers, Mr F. J. Brothers, Mr A 0. Johnson, Mr J. Mupgrove, Mr J. Stott, Mr D. Widdup, Mr G Kinnesr, Mr W. Cornp, Mr W. Courtney. The Majestic, one of the two largest merchant vessels afloat (the other bainga sister vessel, the Tuetonic), was launched from Messrs Harland and Wolff's yard at Belfast on June 20. She belongs to the famous AVhitc Star line. She is built of Siomot s-Martin bteel, and will be propelled by two independent acts of tripleexpansion engines and twin screws. Her dimensions arc-Length, 582 ft 4in; breadth, 57't Gin; depth, 3'Jft 4in; gross tonnage nearly 100C0; rigged as a three-masted schooner and carrying two funnels. Passenger accommodation is provided for 303 saloan, 150 second, and 750 steerage. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Fhiday, Auoust 23. Blitr—Mtraro* anived eaily from Dunedin ; sailed 4 p.m. for Melbourne. Lyttslton,—Waihoia arrived 8 am. from Dunedin; tails 6 p.m. for Wellington. Omapeie arrived 8 a.m. fr m Timaru; sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington.—Rosamond sails 7 p.m. For Ureymouth.—Bothwe'.l Castle arrived 1.30 p.m. from Sydney. licton.—Takapuna anived 10 a.m. from Nelson; sailed for Wellington 11 a.m. Nulson.— Penguin arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington ; sailed 5 p.m. for New Plymouth. Gbetmouth. - Orawaiti sailed 7 a.m. for Oamaru.—Mawhera ar i/ed early from Lyttelton ; sa'ls to-night for Wellirgton. Sidney.-Lindus arrived Tuesday afternoon from Lyttelton.—Rirjgarooma failed te-Jay for Wellington. HoBART.-Tarawera Failed 4 p.m. Thursday. WestfOßT. Dingadee sailed 6 p.m. Thursday for Wellington. GlSßOnvE Southern Cross anived 5 a.m. from Napier i sailed 7.30 a.m. for East Coast and Auckland. SHIRE LINE OF DIRECT SrEAMERS. The New Zealand Refrigerating G mpany have received cab e advics that the Fifeshire, from Port Chalmers (June 2!)', arrived in London on August 14; also that the Naircshir>\ ft new steamer, sailed on the 2lst for the Bluff via Australian pott-i. Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, August 22. —D'Arcy Pratt, from Brisbane and Norfolk Island.—Hinemoa, from Wellington.—Kaipara: Atnie Wilson, from Lyttelton. Lttteltox, Augmt 22.—Rotoru\ for Dunedin. Passf-nger : Mr Fisher.-Tekapo, for Sydney vh Wellington. Nei.sov, August 23.—The Sherard Osborne arrived yesterday eveniDg, and sailed a few hours later for Hobart, where she will repair the Bass Strait cable, damaged in the gale which drove the Osborne back to Sydney some weeks ago.

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SHIPPING, Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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