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Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—October 30. Brunncr, s.s., 332 tons, Kwan, from Greymouth via Oamaru. Passengers: Mesdames Fricker and child, Wright and child, Mr M Kirdy ; and one steerage. Kotomabana, j».h., Bfj-> ton?, Carey, irorn Auckland via the East Coast. Passengers: Misses Crawford, Conk, and Roulston, Mesdames Fremini, Wardell and servant, Brock and two children, Hon. M. Holmes and servant, Dr De Lautour, Mr and Mrs Henry, Mr and Mrs Larking, Mr and Mrs Bowen, Messrs Toombe, Jackson, Cluttom, Neumegen, Pr«ston, Holdsworth, Sutherland, Hanson, Furlong, Daviß, Lowe, Isherwood, Cuong, Foster, Bowman, Poore, Cohen, Phicl, Brock, Thompson, Hume; and thirty-two steerage. SAlLED.—October 29. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. October SO. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, for Auckland via the East Coast ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Messrs Phillips, Hallenstein, Glover, aud Hauptfleish. For Wellington— Messrs Rayce and M'lntosh, Mrs Moyes and child. For Auckland—Mr A. Grant.

The ship Jessie Headman was towed up to Dunedin last night and berthed at tho cross wharf. She commenced discharging cargo to-day. The Wakatipu was docked thia morning. Tho Boautiful Star left Duneain at 10 p in. on Tuesday with cargo and passengers for Oamaru.

The Tarawera grounded whilo steaming down to Port Chalmers this morning. She was got off utain at high water and proceeded to Port Chalmers. After embarking passengers she left again in the afternoon for Sydney via Cook Strait.

The Brunncr (Captain Ewan), from the West Coast, arrived at the Jetty street wharf at 1 a.m to-day. She left Greymouth at 11 40a.m. on the 26th inst. ; passed Rocks Point at 10.45 p.m., and was off Cape Campbell at 4.20 p.m. on the 27th, arriving at Oamaru at 9.30 p.m. on the 28th; left again at 7 p.m. on the 29tb, passed Mocraki at 8.50 p m.. and entered Otago Heads at 11.20 p.m., reaching the wharf as above. She hud light variable winds with fine weather throughout the passage. The Union Steam Ship Company have received advice that the s.s. Bothvrell Cattle left Calcutta yesterday for Wellington direct, with a full load of Indion goods. The Rotomahana arrived at the tongue wharf at 10 30 a.m. to-day. She left Auckland on the 24th inst,; called at Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, and Lyttelton ; left the latter port at 6.30 p rn. yesterday; entered the Heachat9.2oa.m. to-day, and was fast at tho wharf as above. Amongst her cargo she has 3G5 packages of exhibits. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEbT. Whdneway, October 30. Bluff Cairntoul artived 8 a.m. from Melbourne ; sails to-night for Oamaru. Lyttelton. Ohau arrived C a.m. from Timaru ; sails C p m. for Napier. Wellincton.—Rotoruaarrivid 3 a.m. from Nelson ; sails 3 pm. for Lyttelton.—Takapuna arrived 12 30 pm. from Lyttelton.—Waihora arrived 1 p.m. from Lyttelton Nelson. —Penguin arrived 9 a.m. from New Plymouth ; sailed noon for Picton. Herald arrived 9 a.m. from" Wellington; sailed 10 a.m. for Westport.

West port.—Kawathi arrived 4 a ns. from Wellington.

Russell.—Te Anau arrived 7 a.*n. from Auckland ; sailed 7.30 p.m. for Sydney. Gisrorne —Orawaiti sailed noon for Napier. New Plymouih. Wanaka arrived early from Wellington ; sailed 3 p.m. for Manukau, Auckland,-Arawato arrived 2 p.m. from Fiji, Shipping Telegrams Kaipara, October 29. Don Adolph, for Melbourne. Wellinoton, October 29. Hauroto, for Sydney. Paßsengera : Misses M'Kerrow, Middleton, and Parkinson, Mesdames Skeats, Beuvenneti, Tucker, Gordon, Mansfie'd and two children, Fergeant Henderson, Messrs Foster, Meanton, Saloon, Wilson, Williams, Skeats, Whittington, Bcilvo (2), B-abazon, Bullock. M'Kerrow, Gardner, and Hudfon; twenty in the steerage.—October 30: French warship Sanao (sin), from a cruise. Lyttelton, October 29. Rotomahana, for children, Miss Rolleston, Messrs Fernandez, Cohen, Bswman, Marsh, Moore, and Gryanthe South.— Grafton, for Dunedin via Timaru.— Takapuna, for Wellington. Waihora and Jubilee, for Wellington and Sydney. Bluff. Octobor 30.—4.30 a.m., Cairntoul, from Melbourne. Sydney, October 30.—Grecian Bend, from Mercury Bay.—Acacia, from Lyttelton.—Peerless, for Kaipara. Melbourne, October 29.—Manapouri, for the Bluff.—Syren and W. J. Witzmann, from Kaipara.—Gainsborough, for the Bluff. Newcastle, October 30.—Aratapu, for Auckland. _ ADBLAirE, October 30.-Othello, from Invercargill.

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SHIPPING, Issue 8051, 30 October 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 8051, 30 October 1889

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