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High Water. To-morrow, —Taiaroa Howls: a.m, 9,4 p.m. P»rt Chalmers ; 9 3 a,rn,, 9,41 p.iu. Dunedin: 9.48 a.m., 10.29 p.m. 1 - Fort CftiUinerft. ARRlVED.— October 2. Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, from Owake. Te Anau. s.s,, 1,028 tons, MTntosh, from Auckland via the East Coast, Passengers: Mesdames O. M‘Lean, Calvert, child, and nurse, Sutton and child, Misses Huie, Broadway, Sawer, Torrance, Mr and Mrs Taylor and three children, Mr, Mrs; and Master Byng, Messrs Hodgkins, J. C. Kcgg, Jones, Barkley, Stott; and ten steerage. Enterprise, brigantine, 84 tons, Bell, from Tftirus, SAILED- October 1. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Gamaru. October 2.

Hangchow, a s., 1,000 tons, Outerbridgc, for Hongkong via Wellington. Manapouri, s.s , 1,021 tons, Logan, for Auckland via intermediate ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Messrs Davis, Warded, Haynes. For Wellington—Messrs Dalgleisb, Matwio, Maccabe, Maitland, Mrs Maccabe. For Auckland—Messrs Cordon and friend, Mrs Smith; and six steerage,

The Mararoa was hauled out of tho graving dock this morning. A London cablegram to the Merchant Shipping and Underwriters’ Association, dated September 16, states that the German barque Concordia, of Apenrade, bound from New York to Port Chalmers, has put back for repairs, having been seriously damaged during heavy weather which she encountered in the North Atlantic shortly after her departure. Rear-admiral Lord Charles t cott will leave England for Sydney on October 3. The New Zealand Shipping Company have received a cablegram from London intimating that the Waimca has sailed for Auckland, the Rakaia is loading for Otago, and the Brahmin for Lyttelton and Napier. The Kakanui, with cargo from Owake, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 5 a.m. to-day. She left Owake at 4 p.m. yesterday, and had fine weather with S.W. winds along the coast.

Tie Beautiful Star left Dunedin at 70 p.m. yesterday with cargo and passengers for Oamaru, The Hangchow left the Victoria wharf at 6 a.m. to-day for Hongkong via Wellington.

The Te Anau, from the East Coast, arrived at Dunedin at 9 a.m. to-day. She left Auckland at 0.20 p.m. on September 26; called at Gisborne on the 27th, Napier the next day, and Wellington on the 29th ; left that port on the 80th ult.; arrived at Lyttelton next morning, and left again at 1.20 p.m., arriving as above. She had moderate winds with fine weather throughout the passage. The brigantine Enterprise, with a cargo cf timber from Mercmy Bay, arrived at Port Chalmers this morning. She loft Mercury Bay on September 19. and experienced head wilds throughout the passage, A large barque with painted ports was reported four or five milt s off Cape Saunders this forenoon.

IV Brunner was hauled into the graving dock for cleaning and repainting. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Wednesday, October 2. Timabu,—Grafton arrived early from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p.m. for Dunedin. Lyttelton. —Lindus arrived 2.30 p.m. from Wellington. Wellington.— Takannna arrived 1.30 a.m. from Nelson ; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton.— Pepguin arrived 1 p.m, from Lyttelton. Nelson. —Rotorua arrived 11 a.m. from New Plymouth; sailed 2 p.m. for Picton and Wellington, Mahinapua arrived 1 a.m. from Wellington : sailed noon for Westport, Westport. —Kawatiri arrived midnight from Wellington. Gukyhouth. —Herald arrived this morning from Nelson. Auckland. —Tarawera arrived 5 a m. from Sidney.—Arawata sailed this afternoon for Wellington. Russell, Waihora arrived 6 a.m. from Auckland ; sailed 1 p.m. for Sjdnuv. Melbourne. —Wairarapa sailed 3 p.m, Tuesday.—Kotomahana arrived Tuesday afternoon. LOSS OF THE KORAIIUI. WELLINGTON, October 2. The certificate of Captain Hill, of the Koranui, has been suspended for two months, and he has been ordered to pay costs (seven guineas). Shipping Telegrams. Lyttelton, October 1. —Eahu, for Chatbams. —Grafton, for Timaru and Dunedin.—Hinemna, for Wellington.—Orawaiti, for Westport. —Penguin, for Wellington,—Te Anau, for Dunedin. *

London, October I.—Peri, barque, from Wellington (June 10). —Elderslie, s.s., from Port Chalmers (August 141.

Auckland, October 2. Tarawera, from Sydney.

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SHIPPING., Issue 8027, 2 October 1889

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