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Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —August 31. Omapere, s.s., 352 tons, Smith, from Greymouth. Passenger: Miss Beswiok. SAILED.— August SO Mahinapua, s.s., 205 tons, Todd, for the Weft Coast ports Beautiful Star, s.s., 116 tons, Brewer, foz Oamaru. The Omipore, with a cargo of coal from Grey mouth, ariived at Port Chalmers -A 1 a.m. tp-day. fehe left Greymcuth at 3 pm. on the 23th inst ; passed the Bluff at 10 30 a.m. on the 30th, and came into pott this morning. She had fine weather throughout the paswge. The Hirhor Board's dredge No. 222 was sighted abut thirteen miles to the eastward of the Solanders at 10.30 a m. on Thursday by the s.s. Brunner. The wtather was fine, and there was very little sea on at the time. Shipping Teleurams. Auckland, Augmt 30— Wild Wave, brig, from Woolongong.—fc'aucj Kat , from Lyttelton —Wanaka, for the South. Pa f enge s: MessrPyke, R. Coad, King, Henry, and Potter. Wellington, August 30. Penguin, fm Lyttelton. Passengeis: Mr and Mrs Campbell, Messrs M'Lean, Mirams, and Moore.—Ralston, shijp, from Port Chalmers. Lttthlton, August 33,—Bothwell Castle, for Calcutta via Wellington, with a cargo of horse». —Ringarooma, for Duntdin. Passengers: Captain Cameron and Mr Hart. Bluff, Augnst 30.-5 p.m., Te Anau, for Melbourne, with twenty-six passergers from all port?. Newcastle, August 30.-Janet Nicoll, for Lyttelton. Mkidouhnb, August 81.— Marsroa, frm the Bluff—Frank Guy, from Auokland Devonpo;t, from Hok<ang*.— Iras.-mere, for New Zealand. - Howard, for Kaipara I ONr.o.v, August 30. - Victoria Bay, barque, from Lytelton (May 18>. - The barque Blanda has arrived at Gla-gow from Kaii ara (May 9).

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SHIPPING, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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