To Anau, s.s., 1,028 toriß, M'lntosh, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers: Mesdames Bilbrough, Wilson and child, Turubull and child, Duncan, Woodhouse, O'Neill. Misses balm or (2), Paul, Cameron, Hill (2), Captiin Chatfieß Messrs J. Showman, Bilbrough, Oscar Meyer, J. E. Cume, W. Wilson, Fletcher, J. Wilson, O'Neill, A. T. Mackintosh, H. J. Jordon, W. A. Kennedy, J. Kerr ; and eighteen steerage. HAlLED.—October 22 Kakanui, b.s., 59 tons. Best, for Kiverton. Invercarftill, s.s., liib' tons, Suudßtrum, for Invercargill.
A large ship was reported twelve miles N.E. from the Heads yesterday afternoon, but owing to the strong S.W. gale which prevailed, if bound for this port, she was blown to the northward, as nothing could be seen of her from the Heads thin morning. A foie-and-aft schooner ran inside the Heads for shelter yesterday afternoon. The To .rirau, from Melbourne via Hobart and tho Bluff, arrived r.t 5 30 a m. to-day, and steamed alongside the George streHt pier. She left tho Queen's wharf, Melbourne, at 3 p.m. on the 15th inst., cleared Port Phillip Heads at 710 p.m., and breasted Swan Island at 3.40 p.m. on the 16th, arriving at Hobart at 10.50 a.m. ou the 17 th; Kft again at 6 p.m. fame day, passed Puyseuur Point atß 44 p.m. on the 20th, and reached the Bluff at G a.m. on tho 21st; left again at 5.45 p.m. f-ame day, and arrived as above. From Melbourne she experienced fresh S.E. winds to Hobart, thence moderate to fresh W. and S.W. winds and fine weather to the Bluff, and from that port fresh S.W. winds to arrival.
MOVEMENTS OF THE UN lON STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET.
Tuesday, October 22.
Lyttelton'.—Hauroto armed 2 30 p.m. from Wellington; sailed 5 p.m. for Post Chalmers.— Brunner arrived early from Pimaru; sails 7 p.m. for Wellington.—Dingadee sails to-night for Westport.—Penguin arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin ; sails 10 p m. for Wellington, Wellington.—Wanaka arrived 1 p.m. from Lyttelton.—Grafton arrived 8 a.m. from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p.m. for Nelson. —Mawhcra sails to-night f.ir Nelson. Nelson. Takapuna arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington ; sails 6 p.m. for Picton. Russell —Rotomahana arrived 6 a.m. from Auckland; sailed noon for Auckland. Sydney.—Pnkaki sailed last niqht for Fiji.
Auckland, October 21.—Rotomabana, from the South, —Piako, for Tirnaru. Wellington, October 21.—Jubilee, for the South. Passengers: Misses Wyatt and Sison, Mesdames Cleave and Clark, Messrs Clark and Gallagher.—Hauroto, for the South. Passengers : Misses Wood, Vivian, M'lntcsh, Heller, and Dickie, Mesdames Lorenson, Stephenson, Corkill, Cohen, maid, and child, Rayner and two children, Hughes, Dr Feiguson, Meßsra Fairclough and child, Ronaldson, fc perry, Painter, Van Agncw, Hungerford, Lees, Henderson, Cohen, Todd, Holmaun.—V'.'aihora, for the South. Passengers: Misses Williams, Flegg, Wilson, Davidson, Gaiety, Nodder, Fookes, Potter, Mesdames Snell, Brown, Menzies and boy, Wilsin, Haynes, Thornton and family. Rev. Thornton, Messrs Williams, Sweeney, Vaile, Laffeiton, Wilson, Gonseman, Martin, Donnelly, Flegg, Cooke. Rait, Wilson, Scoular, Thanks, Griffiths, Kellar, I'aulin, Caldwell, tteeve, Rayner; and thirty Bteerage. Lyttelton, October 21,—Grafton, for Wellington and Westport.
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