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13 iffh Water. To-MOKROW. Talaroa Heads : 4 55 a.m., 5.13 p.m. Port Chalmers : 5 35 a.m., 5.53 p.m. IJuuedin: 6.20 a.m., 6.38 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—Skptejibeii 11. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Passenger : One saloon. HAlLED.—September 12. Janet Ramsay, Bcboouer, 48 tons, Lbwis, for the Macquarie Islands. September 12. Manapouri, s.b , 1,02J tons, Logan, for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers for Melbourne : Mrs Baker, Mr J. A. Whitson, Captain Edie ; and nine in the steerage. The Janet Ramsay, having taken in a quantity of casks and stores at the export pier, bailed early this morning for the Macquarie Islands. The Beautiful Star left Oamaru at 3.25 p.m yesterday ; had moderate S.E. winds with head sea and showery weather along the coast, and arrived at 10.45 p.m. The Union Company's new steamer Cairntoul, from Calcutta via the North, is expected to reash Port Chalmers to morrow morning. ■ The flags of the shipping at the Port were ihoißted balf-maßt high to-day out of respect to ths memory of the daughter of Captain John Anderson, of the Tekapo. The ship Waitangi was towed up from Port Chalmers yesterday afternoon and berthed at tho Victoria wharf. She made preparations for discharging cargo this morning. The Tekapo steamed up from Port Chalmers this afternoon, and put out cargo at the tongue ! wharf. '' , : The tchooner TClkn commenced discharging Ciiigo at the Jetty Btrec-t wharf this Imorning. The Bruncer discharged and reoeived cargi at the Raitray street whaif to-day. She sails this evening for Greymouth via Oai.iaru and Northern ports. The Plucky was taken into {he graving dock this marning. ; THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The following passengers had booked per Tonic (due at Port Chalmers 24th inst.)upto 25th July :—For Port Chalmers: First saloon — ,Mr and Mrs D H. M'Lean, Mr T. Calcutt, Misses A. and>L. Carr; second saloon-'Mr G. M'Adam. Mr W. Ingo; steerage—Mr A. 'Miller, Mr J. Keunard, Mrs Fraser and family. Fpr Lyltelton : Saloon—Mr and Mrs Marciel, Mr'J. Marshpuu; steeragt—Mr E. Lillifant, Mr and Mrs fc'carff anl family, Mr J.

t Quiglny. For Wellington: Emit saloonMrs and Miss Hartmanu; second saloonMr Hartmaim, Rev. A. Woltz, Mr F. Solomons, Mr H. Nevins; steerage —Mr \V. Whiitiik, MrK Miller. Kor Auckland: Second saloon—Mr and Mrs Allen and chiM, Mr F. Higjnn:>; «teerar-,v—Mrssrsß., W., and /. \Varcing, Mr <ind Mis A. Kurtz.Mr hj. llhodoa. For'Sapier: r-'cei)nil saloon—Mr J. Avi>.<im ; ai.'ctai.';!'—Mr F. M'Lireu. Kt;i- Nt-w Plymouth : Ste.;ra;;n—Mih and Miss Pa/si.tin, Mr and Mrs Fosci..ft and family, Mißses W. and A. Reardon. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Thursday, September 12. Blue?.— Dingadee sailed 10 p.m. Wednesday for Westport. Timaru.—Mahinapua arrived this morning from Lyttelton; saila (i p m fur Dunedin. Lyttelton. —Tarawera arrived 9 am. from Dunedin ; sailed 5 p.m. for » ellington.—Takapuuaarrived 8 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 1 p.m. for Dunedin via Akaroa. Wellington.—Orawaiti sailed this afternoon for Westport. Gueyjiouth. Kcanui sailed noon for Nelfon. Auckland,—Wairarapa sailed noon for Gisbortic. New Plymouth.— Wanaka ariived 2 p.m. ! from Wellington ; sailed 5 p.m. for Manukau. ] I snippinx Telegrams. Melbourne, September 12.—Te Anau, fcr tho Bluff.

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SHIPPING, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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