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To-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 625 a.m,, 6.50 p.m. Port Chalmers; 7.5 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Dunedin: 7.50 a.m., 8.15 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.— September 28. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Passenger: One saloon. SAlLED.— September 28. Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, forOwako River. September 29. Penguin, s.s., 442 tons, Berneoh, for Northern ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton— Messrs J. M. Ritchie, K. T. Wheeler, jun. Tho Beautiful Star, from Oamaru, arrived at 10.5 p m. on Saturday, having left that port at 3.5 p.ra. that day. Experienced N.W. winds with easterly sea along the coast. The baique Brier Holme is completing her ballast at the Rattray street wharf. She leaves for Wellington in a day or two. The Margaret Galbraith has put out 400 tons of cargo at the cross wharf. It lias turned out in excellent order.

The Waitangi is nearly clear of her inward cargo and getting leady for ballast. The Hangchow has put out about 460 tons of cargo at the Victoria wharf. During the week commencing 23rd and ending 29 th September, tho following vessels have been at tho Dunedin wharves:—Arrivals: Margaret Galbraith 841 tons, Rosamond 5G6, Woihora 1,262, Mahinapua 205, Kakanui 56 (twice), Isabella Anderson 79, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Rotomahana 865, Penguin 442, Hangchow 1,000, Herald 356, Invercargill 126; total, 6,146 tons. Departures: Nelson 1,247 tons, Rotorua 576, Jubilee 810, Hauroto 1,276, Nanny 596, Invercargill 126, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Waihora 1,276, Rosamond 566, Herald 356, Kakanui 56 (twice), Rotomahana 865. Mahinapua 205 ; total, 8,308 tons. The s.s. Kakanui left Dunedin on Saturday evening with cargo for Owake River. The s.s. Penguin (Captain Bernech) left the Rattray street whaif at 3 p.m. today for Northern ports. The s.s. Invercargill discharged and loaded at tho Rattray street wharf to-day. She leaves for Invercargill to-morrow afternoon. The Mararoa is receiving her periodical overhaul. Sho has been chipped, scraped, and repainted. The Monowai, the latest addition to the Union Company’s fleet, will be brought out from Glasgow by Captain Cameron, late of the Mararoa. Mr Rabbits, who was chief steward in the same vessel, will have charge of the Minowai’s providoring, THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Aorangi left Rio do Janeiro on Friday last for London. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Monday. September 30. Blukp.—Manapouri arrived Sunday evening from Melbourne ; sailed 5 p.m, and due at Dunedin wharf about 7 a.m. Lyttelton, —Wanaka arrived 4 a.m. from Dunedin; sails 10 p.m, for Wellington.—Grafton arrived 5 a.m. from Wellington ; sails 11 p.m. for Timaru.—Wakatipu sailed 4 pm. for Wellington.—Mahinapua sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington.— Takapuna sailed 1 p.m. for Nelson. —Mawhera arrived 6 a.m. from Greymouth.—To Anau sailed 3p m. for Dunedin. Auckland. Walhoia arrived 11.30 a.m. from Gisborne. Manukau. —Rotorua sailed 1.45 p.m. for New Plymouth. Gpeymouth.— Rosamond sailed afternoon for Lyttelton. Shipping Telwrami. Auckland. September 29.—The Suga, a new schooner, built in Auckland for the island trade to the order of the Deutchera Handels firm in Samoa, sailed for Apia yesterday.—Alice, barque, for Now York, with 5,000 cases kauri gum and 940 bales flax. Wellington, September 28.— Hauroto. for Sydney. Passengers: Misses Gardiner, Benjamin, Higne, Robb, Nelson, Wheeler, Harris, Byron, Mesdames Kindon and Semmes, Dr M'Laughlin, Messrs Row, Melshewer, Pratt, Way, Semmes, Vangione, Campbell, Warbrick, Quinn, Dickenson, Lycett.— Rudolph Josepby, barque, for Lyttelton.—September 30: Lindus, 8.8., from Sydney. Bluff, September 29—2 30 p.m.: Manapouri, from Melbourne. She left Williamstown at 4 30 p.m. on the 25th, passing the Solandcrs at 10a.m. to day. She experienced flue weather throughout, with moderate westerly winds. Passengers: For the Bluff—Misses Wilde, Bateman, and Brooks. For Dunedin —Mrs Tohine, Misses Tohine and Stewart, Colonel Thompson, Messrs Keith, Cousins Rattray, Moore, Morns. For Lyttelton-Mrs Wild, Miss Fisher, Messrs Wild and Harris. For Wellington—Messrs Grey and Paneti, For Auckland —Mr Simpson; sixteen steerage for all ports. , Sydney, September 28.—Presto, fromHokianga,— St. Hilda, from Wanganui. Newcastle, September 28.—Lavinia, for Auckland. Mblbourne, September 28.— Eileen Donan, from Kaipara.—September 30: Cairntoul, b.b., from Lyttelton.

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SHIPPING, Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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