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High Water. To-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 6.13 a.m,, 639 p. m. Port Chalmers: 6.53 a.m., 7.19 p.m. Dunedin : 7-38 a m , 8 4 p.m. Port maimer#. ARRlVED,—October 28. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Camai u. October 29. Tarawtra, s.s., 1.269 tons, Sinclair, horn Melbourne via tie Bluff. Pasrecgeja: Mestlanies •‘-'quaiise, Boas, Mumford. Galbraith, Brown, Miss Bradshaw, Rev. Mr Gibb, Measis Winkclman, ?quariae, Mumford, Morgan, Cecil, Matacrin, Galbraith, Jocelyn, Kerr, Murley, Sergeant; and twonty-c-ight in the steerage. J sale Keadrrdn, ship, 1,013 tons, Gibson, from London (fuly 20). SAlliftD.—October 29. Invercargill, s.s., 13b tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill and Stewart Island. The Beautiful Star loadei it the Rattray street whaif to day for Oamaiu. The Invercargill arrived at the Rattray sfteet wharf at 5.30 pm yesteidiy with cargo from Oamaru. She di-charged and loaded to day, and left in the afternoon for Invercargill and t tewart Island.

Passengers by the s.f. Tair.u', from London, will arrive in Duncd n by the Rotoraahana ; periodicals and cargo by the Rosamond. The Tarawera arrived at the tongue whai f at 5 a.m. to-dav. She bfc Melbourne at 310 p.m. on the 23rd inst., and chared Port Phillip Heada at 7.20 p m.; pasted Swan Island at 1.17 p.m. next day; had moderate NW, w'nds with misty weather ; passed the Sobnders at 1.50 pm, on the 27th, and arrived at the Bluff at 7 p.m. same day; left again at 5.30 p.m. on the 28th ; had fine weather along the coast, and reached the wharf as above The Wakatipu is discharging coal at the Jetty street wharf. The schooner Dunedin, which took a party of settlers to Kermadcc Islands, leaving Auckhnd on the 4th inst., has returned here. The settlers had a good passage down, and sighted Sunday Island on the 11th. They were landed in Denham Bay, and at once began the work of ereo ing whares, A number of kauri logs fr m the northern coast of New Zealand are stranded in the bay, and they intend using these for building purposes.


Tuesday. October 29. OamAßU,—Brnnnei sails 7 p.m. for Dunedin, Lyttelton. Botomahana r-rrivod 6 am from Welbngton; sailed 3 p.m. for Dunedin (due at Dunedin wharf about 7 Wednesday morning).—Takapuna arrived 9 ».m. from Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m, for Wellington. -Rosamond sailed this afternoon for Grey.—Grafton sailed 4 pm. for Westport. Nelson —Mawhera arrived 9 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 9.C0 a.m for Gteymoutlr.— Rotorua arrived 9 a m. from Picton ; sailed 11 a.m for Picton. Greymodth. —Wareatea arrived II a.m, from Napier.—Moa sailed 11 a m. for Wellington. New Plym uth. Penguin arrived early from Manukau; sailed 10 30 am, for Nelson. Gisborne. Orawaiti sails to-night for Napier. Auckland.— Maraioa arrived 4 a.m. from Sydney.


T i Jessie Headman, from london, was reported as passing 0 Saunders this forenoon, and the Plucky proceeded outside in readiness to tender her, bringing her across the bar at 0,30 p,m., under the charge of Pilot Paton, and towing hemp against a S.W. breeze and ebbtide as far as the Quarantine Ground, where she anchored, as she has on board 400 barrels and 105 cases of gunpowder. The Jessie Headman brings 1,860 tons of cargo. She left London on July 20; had strong westerly winds, and on the 24th carried away her crane and lower foretop; anchored in Portland Reads at 11 p.w, on the 27th, and repaired the damage; left again on the 29th; carried light westerly winds acres \ the Bay of Biscay*, took N. 13. trade late on the 13th August in latitude 33 leg N., longitude 19deg W,; had fairtrade, which gave out on August 20 in latitude 13leg N,, longitude 26deg\V. ; followed by moderate southerly winds and fine weather until takir g the S.B. trade on the 28th in latitude adeg N, longitude 22deg W.; crossed the Equator on the 30th in longitude 27deg W. Iho S.E. trade, winch was moderate, carried her to latitude 17deg S., longitude 30deg W. (n September 5; thence variable winds; sighted Tristan D’Acunba on the 19th. when she mot fresh S.S.B, winds; crossed ibe meridian of Greenwich on the 21st, in I titude 39deg S, with a strong S.W, hrctzc and high southerly seas; rounded the Capo of Good Hope on the 25th in latitude 403 eg 30min S.; thence stroi g N.W. to P.W. winds across the Southern Ocean, attended by high cross seas j passed the meridian of Capo Leeuwin on October 37 in latitude 47deg S., when light northerly winds with thick weather set in; passed the island of Tasmania on the 23rd in latitude 48d«gllmin fl ., when the wind veered to the southward, followed by thick dirty weather, owing to which no ohservatior s could be ttken At 10 p m. on the 26th the ship was brought to the wind until 3 p.m. of the 27th, when she was again kept away; as the fog lifted the vessel was found to be twenty miles to the southward of the Snares. Passed the Snares without sighting them, and at noon on the 28th sighted Stewart Island, with fresh N.W. gale, which veered to the southward at 4

a m. to-day, and tbwed into fort after a passage of ninety-two days. Sho at once commenced • j —«obin her powder, and will be towed to to «•*“— t • her draft being 18ft Sin. Dunedin this evenm# > -■ ■


The Tairim atrlVcd at tytttltdn at bineo’clock last night from Hobhrt, haVi -g bv-cn detained iff rounding Banka Ponia 6tlla lb rouoh a thick f

prevailed during the inoi d lakes the Otagc packets. The laiiiiuomi carries a small mail, but has a full complement of passengers. The passafoi was uneventful, find the passengers spent aTfcenj >yab.o trip. Sir M’Kenzie; puiScf; reports a 1 —Left London on Sehthrhb'er 11, si ben diiys mto, owing to the strike Sailed fiom Plymouth on the 14tb, and left T neriffe on the 19tb, Froth the i9ih to October 4 very strong S.-B. tiade and heavy hrad sea were experienced; left Capo Town on tho sth, and had fair weather to Hobart bn Saturday last. Strong N.W. winds and heavy tea followed, and on Sunday thick Weather with heavy rain Was experienced. On 10th October, in latitude 43Jeg 28min S .„ 94dfg oOmin W., sp ike the barejus Glandniowirig, of (Jarnaivbn, from Amsterdam for Sydney, all well. While the TSintti Was in London the hew cargo boat Manari, Captain Mad well, late pf the Oanuru, left on her maiden trip to New York On her return she will bo fitted with refrigerators, etc , ai.d leave for New Zealand. During the stay in London the Tainui’s crew, firemen, and deckhands went on strike ; she therefore cmes here manned with non union men. She was part’y loaded by tho officers and crews from sailing vessels in the dock, assisted by her own stewards. The firemen strikers did not molest them. She rema'ns ton days in Lyttelton. Sou'-he- n passengers ( Saloon—Mr and Mrs Ahlfeld and infant; second saloon—Miss J, L. Crawford, Mr M. A. Firmin, Mbs B. Cook, Mr R. 0. M. Boyes ; and thiiteen steerage,

Stopping Telegram 8 Auckland, October 28. —Te Anati, from thO South. - Orest of-the Wave, from Lyttelton.— Vision (biia) and Ellen (batque), for Sydney, from Kaipara— October 29: Mararoa, from Sydney, Passengers; For Dunedin. —.Hon. Captain and Mrs Fraser, Dr Molymux, Messrs Bose, Paynton, Scoon, J. Mendelsohn, Miss tow ; and one in the steerage Wellington, October 28. -Formosa (ba-que), Capt in Eobiusou, 103 days from Liverpool, - Rotomabana, for the South. Passengers: Misses M'Donald, Boclock, Tanner, TTrwio, Kempthornc, Hay, Tandoi, Gisborne, Bowen, Bush, Putts, St, Hill, MesdamesGaysford, Lord, Hen. M. Holmes, Messrs Potts, Kember, Gore, Warden, Pane, Sutherland, Davis, Gibson, Currie. Fori on gf, Holdsworth, Manson, Isherwood, Brien, Agnew, bimpson, Bowen, Bush, Master Lord; and ten in tho steerage. Lyttelton, October 28.—H.rald, Wakatu, and Wanaka, for Wellington.—Hauroto, for Wellington and Sydney. Kirkcudbrightshire (ship), for London.

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SHIPPING, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889

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