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High Water. To-mobbow, Taiaroa Heads: 3.46 a.m. 4.2 p.m. Port Ohalmu-s • 426 442 pm. Eunedln: 5.11 a.m., 5.27 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —August 26 Tarawera, s.s.. 1.269 tons, Sinclair, from Melbourne via Hobart' and the Bluff. Passengers ; Mesdames Barclay and child, Fleming, DanUs, Misses Griffiths, Moore, Nicol, Manson, Messrs Hitohon, Davis, James (2), Fotherlngbrnn, Herrow, Ovendale, Sutherland, Steiioker, Manson, and twenty in the steerage. August 27. Nelson, ship, 1,310 tons, Bannatyne, from London (May 23). SAILED,— August 26, Sarah Pile, brigantine, 158 tons, Watt, for Auckland. August 87. tons. Best, for Owake. Ralston, ship, BM tons, Adams, for Weillngton, The Wquentlne Jasper will take in part cargo at Dunedin for an intercolonial port, and then proceed to Lyttelton to fill up. The Rotomahnna was taken out of the graving dock yesterday afternoon. The Tarawera, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff, arrived alongside the Bowen pier at 7 a.m to-dry, and transhipped her cargo for the North to the P.otomahana. She left Melbourne at 4pm. on the 20 th in«t.; passed Swan Island at noon on the 21st, arriving at Hobart at 9.30 a.m. on the22nd j leaving against 4.16 p.m., passed Cape Baoul*at 7 p.m. s»me day, and the Solanders at 6 p.m. on the 25th; reached the Buff at 7 a.m. on the 26th; left at 4 p.m. same day. From Melbourne to the Bluff the experienced westerly winds with heavy seas, and from that port fine weather to arrival. MOVEMENTS OP THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Tuesday. August 27. o amabu. Orowaiti tailed 9 p.m. Monday for Westport. Timahd.— Mahinapua sailed 5 p.m. for Dunedin Lyttelton —Rotorua arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin; sails 10 pm. for Wellington.—Te Anau arrived noon from Wellington; sails 8 p.ra. for Dunedin. Wellington.— Grafton arrived 8 a.m. from Lyttelton ; sails to-night for Nelson.—Wakat'pu arrived 9 am. from Lyttelton ; sailed afternoon for Sydney.—Wanaka arrived 2 p.m. from Lyttelton; sails 7 p.m. for New Plymouth. Nelson.— Takapuna arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington; sails 930p m. for Pioton. AUCKLAND.— Penguin sailed 11.80 ».m. for New Plymouth.—Waihora arrived 10,15 a.m. from Gisborne. , , _ . Sydney,— Manapoutl arrived Sunday mornIttffi Gbbymouth. Omapere sails to-night for Dunedin.—Brunner sailed this afternoon for Dunedin.

ARFIYAI* QF THE NfcL^ON. The (hip npoicetl sS rflSsinli the yesterdsy afteruvon proved to ofl vbti Hi# -V 5 Savill and Albion Comi-any’s N Ison fiotti • Lotidflu. the reaohod the lieads at 10 pm, i a fid tiffSr IWniflg blue Hffbte stood .ff and on ; until this fflofnifk Win She *ftfl hoarded by ! Pilot Pa*on, and brought fWtOst the Fit hV the , I lucky at 10 30, being towed up against a fresh , S,W. hfeese. When she cleared (ho cattle 1 to anchor iti the tjuafantlne OroULd, hfi^pg <m board 20 cases Tvobles detofiatifS, 1,100 oft "OS 1 Noble’s dynamite, and 554 package* gllnp-.iHlef ' She la still under the command of i aptain Bannatyne, who brings with him as chief Mr Meters, Mr M'Alliater second. Mr Bhaw third, and Mr Mowat chief steward. Her passage from Lofldoh has htMl rather a b ng one, having occupied ninety-five days frofll port to port and ninety-one days fr- m land io land. But when it is considered that (he is deeply ladon, having on board some 2,300 tons on a draft of 18lt lOin, add having cnsount red heavy gale, with high seas while running clown her casting, it will be admitted th-.t aha made a fairly good passage. We arc indebted to Captain Bannatyne for the following report:—Left the East Jndii Docks at 0 a. m. on May 22; towed to Gravesend, Where she took on board tin tons of gunpowder ; prOOefetUd to Holel.fl.vcn, where she took on board twenty-five tons or dynamite | left at 730 p.m. on My 23; landed tlib rivet 1 , pilot at 4 a m. on the 21th, and anchored in the DbiVlls JH Bam, the fame (lay until the morning of tiro 25tln, when ehc tfßdin got under way with a N E ofcc f. \ After liaSsihg UnttgeneM had light S. E. air. and calms, with Hoe weather j landed her Channel pilot off Portland on the Bfitfa i took bar depaHß.rg from the Start on May 28, When, the wind vetJreu t» the S.W. with nonflsidnjll fresh gales, Wllleli held until June 61 after clearing the Bay 01 fIIsSAV eho had northerly wir.ds), which merged Him the N.E trade, whiflh W#a lightandsteady through. oUt J sighted St. Antonia (Capo do Yerdesl on June 24, and took the N.E. trade In latitude 7 leg 24mic N., longitude 24deg 14min W. on June 27, taMng the S.W. monsoon the sanr dry; it «as fresh and squally with heavy downpour of rain ; took the first of the H, K. trfi/io In latitude 3deg 50min N., longitude 22deg 2omin W. on June 28; crossed the Equator in lo- gitude 25drg 29min W.; the S.E. trade was fresh and steady, giving out on July 8 in latitude 23deg 18min s., longitude 31deg 42min W . a» d being followed by N.E. and northerly winds with flue wrath r; passed the meridian i f Greenwich on Juiy 19 iu latitude 36di-gl7tnln S., with a fine, steady r .W. breiz ■, and the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope in latitu ’e 381 eg hOmin S.; thence had S.W. winds with flue weather until the 28th, in longitude 30deg E., when a hervy S.S. W, gale set in, which held for twonty-four hours; Captain Bannatyno was compelled to run bifore the pale, and the (hip was driven nmth to latitude longitude 3Gdeg 56min E. ; passed the mon’di m of the Crozi ts on August 1, in latitude 41deg 4min S., and that of Kerguelen I and on Augurt 5, in latitude 42dcg 50min S., having met veiy stormy weather with heavy N.W. gales, attended by high seas; passed the meridian of Cape Iceuw-n on August 14, in latitude 451 eg 22min S„ and Tasmania on August 21 in latitude 46deg 48min S., when she had light N E. and easterly gales for two days, when a heavy S.W. gale stt in. the weather being very changeable and unsettled, i -wing to the high tea which prevailed oil bags were thrown over, which had the desired effect Still keeping heavy S.W. gales, passed the distant four mil p ( at noon on the 2oth, when she had a W.S.W. breeze; passed the Nuggets at 3 30 p.m. on the 26th with a modeate SW. hr. eze with rain squalls; and was off Cape Saunders at 9 p.m. Shipping; Telegrams. Auckland, August 20. —-Piako, ship, Captain Sutherland, from London, 101 days out S'uthern Cross, from Wellington,-Kichrnomi. f r the islands. —Arrived at Kaipara: Eller, barque, from Noumea. Wellington, August 26. - Barque Brief Holm, ninety-two days from Liverpool.-le Anau, for Melbourne via the Fouth, Passengers: MisiCS Fulton, Pettit, Weeks 0 , an Greenwocd, Meedames Fulton, -Ayres, and Stephens, Captain Fenn, Messrs Leary, Mou.t, Allen, Black, Gordon, Jolly, and Woods, Lyttelton, August 26 Wakatipu, for Sydney via Wellington. —Wanaka, for Wei lington Mahinapua, for Timaru and Dunedin. —Grafton, for Wellington, Nelson, and Westport.—lnvercargill, for Invercargill.

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SHIPPING., Issue 7996, 27 August 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 7996, 27 August 1889

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