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Hiffh Water. To-mobbow, Talaroa Heads: 8.10 a.m., 8.42 p.m. Port Chalmers: 8.50 a.m., 9.i2 p,m. Lunedin: 9.35 a.m., 10.7 p.m. ♦ ' ■■• Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—SEPTEMBER 17. . Te Anau, s.s„ 1,023 tons,' M'lntosh, from Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: Mesdames Hughes and Blackett, Miss Smithe, Messrs T. Reynolds, A. Edwards, W. Hughes, J. B. Smith, W. Jinkins, J.S. Keith, M'Farlane (2), A. W. Morris, jun., Warnock, F. W. Jackson, Lunden, Algio, Averill, Bell. From the j Bluff—Miss M'Donald ; twenty-one steerage. I SAILED,— Septbmbbb 17. Invercargill, s.d., 136 tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill. Takapuna, s.s., 370 tons, Grant, for Northern ports. Passengers: For LytteltonMisß Leach, Messrs M'Donald, Crawshaw, Morrison, Dunnetfc. For Wellington—Messrs Guy, Waite. For Nelson—Messrs Monckton, Allan. Tekapo, ss., 1,!556 tons, Anderson, for Sydney via Oamaru. Passengers : Mrs Kirkland and boy. The Tekapo left the Rattray stieet wharf this morning for Sydney via Oamaru and Cook Strait. The barque Brier Holme commerced discharging cargo at the Rattray streot wharf to-day. Tho barque Nanny baa been chartered to load at Lyttelton for a Home port. The To Anau arrived at the tongue wbarf al 7 a.m. to-day. She left Melbourne at 4 p.m.

on the 11th inst., and cleared Port Phillip Heads at 6.30 p,m. ; had light variable winds with fine weather during the run across, and passed Puysegur Point at. 11.30 a m, on the 15th inst., and reached the Bluff at 6 pm. Ob the same day ; left again at 5.30 p m. on the ICth irittt., and reached headquarter* as abave. Tlic Rimutaka is expected to arrive at Port Chalmers to-morrow. The Margaret Galbraith is now 102 days out from Gla«gow. She shouldputiu an appearance with the first S.W. breeze.

THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The R.M.S. Tongariro arrived at Plymouth on Sunday last. Meat in good condition. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Tuesday, September 17. Timaru.—Wakatipu arrived early from Lyttelton ; sails 10 p m. for Oamaru. Lyttelton.—Grafton arrived 5 a.m. from ■Wellington; sails 10 p.m. for Timaru. —Herald sailed this afternoon for Greymouth. Wairarapa arrived 3 p.m. from Wellington; sails to-night for Port Chalmers. Wellington —Ohau Bailed this afternoon for Westport.—Rosamond sailed this afternoon for Greymouth, Nilson.— Koranui arrived 10 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 1 p.m. for Greymouth.— Rotorua arrived noon from Wellington; sailed 2 p.m. for Picton and Wellington. Manukau.—Mawhera arrived 10.55 a.m. from Greymouth. Auckland. —Taraweia arrived 11.15 from Gisbome; sails to-morrow for Sydney.—Rotomahaua arrived 8 p.m. Monday from Sydney. THE WRECK OF THE GAR9TON. The Wainui, which arrived at Auckland yesterday from Samoa, brings as passengers portion of tho shipwrecked crew of the ship Garston, comprising Captain Pye (the roaster), Bruce (hocond mate), Annesley (third mate), and six Beamon. The Garston was wrecked at Starbuck Island on the 17th July, and tho crow, numbering twenty-eight, left in two boats one in charge of the captain and the other in command of the first mate. Tho captain's boat reached Wallis Island, west of Samoa, on August 9, and the ocorpants wore then in a very weak condition after a twenty-three days' passage, during ■which they endured terrible privations. All the provisions they bad were 31b of salt meat and 201b of biscuits. They had very little water on board, but rain fell frequently, which they saved in their oilskin coats. Just before the poor fellows sighted WalHs Island they had arranged to cast lots to determine which of them should be sacrificed to keep the others alive, The mate's boat has not since been heard of. Stalpitlnar Telegrams. Sydney, September 17.—Lindus, ss , from New Zealand. Alhany, September 17.—P. and O. Company's Rosetta, from Brindisi. Mr Barker U the only passenger for New Zealand.

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SHIPPING., Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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