To-MORBOW. Taioroa Heads : 0,50 a.tn , 1.11 p.m. Port Chalmers : 1.30 a.in.. 1.51 p.m. Lnnetlin: 2.15 a.m., 2.36 p.m. Monday.—Taiaroa Heads: 1.82 a.m., 1.51 p.m. Port Ohalmers : 2.12 a.m., 2.31 p.m. Dunedin: 2.57 a.m., 3.16 p.m.
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Margatet Galbraith, ship, 841 tons, Garden, "ioiii Lihwgow.
ARRIVED. —SKPTniniBR 20
Jubilee, s.s., 1,620 tons. Brothers, from Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers: Mendames Goudey and two children, Smith and three ehildreu. Misses Butler, Chotwin, Oook, Scott, Messrs Reid, Thomson, Goudey, Smith, Thomas, Dodtls, Mouaton, Henderson, Lesgli, Reynolds; and sixteen iu the steerage.
Invcrcargill, its., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from 'nvercargili via the Bluff. SAILKD.— September 20.
Grafton, s.s., 297 tons, Norrlstrom, for "West Coast ports via Timaru. Beautiful Star, s.a., 146 tons, Brewei 1 . for Oamaru.
The barque Nanny will bo all clear of her inward cargo thi-i afternoon. The proposal to lease the hulk Edwin Fox for refrigerating purpose i at Lyltelton has fallen through for the present for want of a sufficient guarantee. Tho Jubilee, from Sydney via Cook Strait, arrived at Port Chalmers at 4.10 pun yesterday, tthe left Sydney at 2 p m. of the 10th inst., and cleared the Hxads at 2.40 p.m.; passed Cape Farewell at 0.55 pm. of tho luth inst; passed Cape Stephens at 5.43 p.m., and reduced speed until daylight of th? 16th, arriving at Wellington at 6.45 p.m.; left again at 4.20 p.m , and reaohed Lytteltcn at 1.50 p.m of the 17th inst.; discharged 200 tons timber and Renerol oargo, and left again at 2 30 p.m. of the 19th inst, arriving at Port Chalmers as abov* The 'lnvercargill, from Inveraugill Ti» the Bluff, arrived at 7 a.m. to-fay, and after landing 7.5 hales sheepskins at the export pier she »teamed over to the Bo wen pier to take in transhipments ex Rimutaka. Sho left Inveroargill at 8 a.m. yecterday, arrived at the Bluff at 11 a.m., and left again at 5 o'cloak, arriving as alwve; having experienced strong S.W. winds along the coast.
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The R.M.S. Rn&pehu sailed from Capa Town en the 18th for Hobirt and New Zealand ports.
WILLiNfITOX, September 20.—As the efforts made last evening to float the Huia (which grounded in the Manawatu River on Wednesday) were unsuccessful, Captain Bendall, marine surveyor to the Underwriters' Association, left for tho scene by this afternoon's train in order to superintend operations. He took with him anchors, hawsers, and other necessary gear, including pumps.—Fengnin, for lytteltou. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Taiaroa, Captain Baldwin, Messrs Norton, Flyger. and Verrall: three steerage.— Whampoa, for Hongkong, with 150 Chinese. H«r cargo consists of 1,800 tons coal and a largo quantity of fungns and old iron. Ltttelton, September 20.—Te Anau (2 p.m.) and Tekapo, for Sydney via Wellington.— Omapere, for Westport.—Crusader, ship, for Auokland, with 600 tons flour.—Jane Anderson, schooner, for Dunedin. Bluff, September 20.—6 p.m., Wairarapa, for Melbourne, with thirty-two passeugors from all ports.
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889