Hlftli Water. To-wobbow. Talaroa Heads: 2 38 a.m., 2.57 p.m. Port Ohalmom : 3.18 a.m., 3.37 p.m. Dunedin: 4.3 a.m., 4.22 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.— October 8. Herald, p.s., 356 tons, Jones, from Greymouth via Oamaru. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Invercargill. Passenger: Captain Veal. Wairarapa, s.s., 1,023 tons, J. Edie, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers : From Melbourne—Mesdames Chick, Friedlandor, Maxwell, Nashelaki, Misses Connelly, Murphy, R. Murphy, Cleary, Oavanagh, Baker, Marrion, Cosgrove, Nashclski, Chick, Messrs Chick, Hill, Guthrie, Clements, Maxwell, Street, Martin, Watson, Oswald, Friedland’or (2), Nashclski, Right Rev. Dr Moran, Rev. Fathers Fitzgerald, Murphy, Lynch, O’Neill (2), Mullin, O’Donnell. From Hobart— Mesdames Reid, Frazer, Stewart, Henry, Matthews, Beaumont and three children, Ooombos, Ireland, Goss, Gill, Misses Warren, Clitheroe, Leighford, Andrews, Gill, Messrs Saunders, Matthews, Beaumont, Ooombes, Ireland, Goss, Charles Warner, Stewart, Woods, Hambro, Deering, Williams, Seaton, West, Puttman, Rice, Stephenson, Patterson, Frazer, Phillips, Barker, Green, tee, Henry. Fenton; and forty in the steerage from all ports. BAlLED.— October 8, Kakanui, s.s,, 59 tons, Best, for Invercargill
Southern lighthouses. The Herald, with cargo from Greymouth, via Oamaru, arrived at the Victoria wharf atl a.m. to-day. She left Greymouth at 5 p.m, on the 3rd inst., had light variable winds and reached Oamaru at 10 a.m. on the oth ; left again at 7 p m. ou the 7th, and had thick drizzly weather to arrival. The barque Brier Holme, which left Port Chalmers on Saturday afternoon, arrived at Pimaru early yesterday morning. The Invercargill, from Timaru, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 5 a.m. to-day. She left rimaru at 5 p.m. yesterday, and had thick Irizzly weather along tho coast. She will lay up for a few days for docking and overhaul. Tho Uincmoa steamed down to Port Chalmers this morning to complete the discharge cf her largo. Mr James Richardson has temporary command of the s.s. Beautiful Star, Captain Brewer icing laid aside by an attack of erysipelas,— ; Muil.’ The Wairarapa arrived alongside tho George street pier at 7 a.m. to-day. She left Mellournc at 4 30 p.m. on the Ist inst., cleared the Heads at 7.10 p.m.. and passed Swan Island at L 1.54 a.m. on tho 2nd ; arrived at Hobart at 7 i.in. on tho 3rd, and left again at 5 p in. on the lame day ; passed Puysegur Point at 1.30 p.m. jn the fith, reaching tho Bluff at 7 p.m. same lay. From Melbourne to Hobart she exlerienccd light easterly winds with fine weather, ,hence moderate to fresh N.E. and N.W. winds witli rain and cloudy weather to tho Bluff, and ’rom that port N.E, winds with hazy weather i ;o arrival. MOVEMENT S OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. ! TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. Bldkk.—Orawaiti sailed this afternoon for Dunedin. Lyttelton,—Tarawcra arrived 1a m. from , Wellington. Takapuna arrived 10 40 a.m, ’rom Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m for ‘Wellington.— Vlahinapua arrived noon from Wellington; tailed 4 p.m. for Timaru. Wellington. —Wanaka arrived 2 p.m. from Lyttelton; sails 7 p.m. for New Plymouth.— Brunner arrived 7 a.m. from Lyttelton; sails 10 p.m. for Nelson. —Mawhera sailed this afterloon for Nelson.—Omaporc sailed this afternoon :or Westport, Nelson. —Rotorua arrived 10a ra. from Welington ; sails 8 p.m. for Picton. Auckland. —Arawata arrived 0 30 a.m. from Wellington.—Manapouti sails 7 p.m. for Russell. Manukau. —Penguin sailed U.SOa.mtfor Now Plymouth. THE WILLIAM M’LARBN. Captain Bendall, marine surveyor, made an inspection of the barque William M'laren yesterday, and reports that little difficulty will be experienced in floating her. snipping Telegrams. Auckland, October 7. Lavenire, brigantine, From Newcastle. —Three Cheeis, from Rockhampton. —Mariposa, for Honolulu and San Francisco. Passengers: For Honolulu —Miss Jones. For San Francisco —Mi-a Upton, Dr Phaland, Messrs J. B. Buchanan, Jackson, J. Ranker; and twelve steerage through passengers from Sydney. Wellington, October 7. Tarawera, for Melbourne via the South. —October 8 : The question of raising tho Koranul has been deferred until the Southern insurance offices interested have been consulted. —It is expected that tho barque William M'Laron, wrecked at VVorscr Bay on Saturday, will bo sold, along with her cargo, where she lies. Lyttelton, October 7. —Wanaka, for Wellington—Brunner, for Wellington, Nelson, and Westport. . . Bluff, October 7. —1 40 p.m., Orawaiti, from Westport,— s.3o p m., Wairarapa, for Port Chalmers.—October 8 : Jerfaloon, barquontine, Murdoch, from Maldon Island, with a cargo of guano. Sydney, October 7. —Waihora, from Auckland.
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