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SHIPPING

port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—October 31. Hinemoa, 0.G.8., 131 tons. Fairchild, from Wellington and Lyttelton. Passengers: 'Jhe Countess of Onslow, family, and suite. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Biewcr, from Oamaru. Passengers: Eleven saloon, three steerage. SAlLED.—October 31. Rotomahana, s.s., 865 tons, Carey, for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers : For Melbourne —Mesclames Roberts an J Bridger, Messrs Showman, Jones, Webb, Bridger, Rev. Mr Hinton, Simonsen’s Opera Company (40); and thirteen in the steerage. A private letter from Tenoriffe states that on September 5 Mr Waring, chief engineer of the Tungariro, had sustained a compound fracture of both bones of the leg. The surgeon attended to him, and he was progressing favorably. The accident was caused by a donkey man falling down the ventilator a distance of 30ft and striking against Mr Waring in his descent. H.M.S. Rapid left Noumea for Sydney on the 18th inst,, and the Swinger was there at the beginning of the month. The Beautiful Star left Oamaru at 3 p.m. yesterday. Had light N.F. winds, with nr.ooth sea and clear weather, along the coast, and arrived at 9,40 p.m. Amorgst her cargo she brought sOO bags flour and 12 bags of h’dcs for transhipment for Hobart. As one sign of a coming influx of people of some means to New Zealand (says the 1 Hawke’s Bay Herald ’), it may bo mentioned that nearly all the saloon accommodation in the New Zealand Shipping Company’s steamers has been booked months in advance. Not very long ago the company was willing to make all ads of concessions to fill its vessels, but the reverse is now the case.

The Hinemoa arrived at the tongue wharf at 7 a.m, to-day from Wellington and Lyttelton, bringing as passengers the Countess of Onslow with her family and suite. The Hinemoa left Wellington at 5 p.ro. on the 29th, and arrived at Lyttelton at 5.30 a.m on the 3flth; left again at 11 a.m. same day, and reached Dunedin as above. Bhc had light easterly winds, with fine weather and smooth seas, throughout the passage. The Hinemoa brings a large quantity of exhibits, which she is landing at the wharf. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Kaikoura arrived at Hobart at seven o’clock this morning and tails at daylight tomorrow for Wellington. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Thursday, October 31. Oamabu. —Cairntoul arrived 11 a.m. from Bluff. 1 yttklton.— Omapoee arrived 7 a.m from Westport.—Rotorua arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington ; sailed 1 p.m. tor Dunedin via Akaroa. —Tarawera arrived 8 a.m. from Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington. —Penguin arrived 2 a.m. from Nelson; sailed 3 pm. for Lyttelton.—Takapuna sailed 1 p.m. for Nelson. Westport. —Dingadee arrived early from Wellington; sailed 2 p.m. for Lyttelton.— Herald arrived early from Nelson; sailed 3 p.m. for Nelson. Gretmouth. —Mawhera sails midnight for Nelson. Auckland.— Arawata sailed 1 a.m. for Wellington, Napier. —Orawaiti arrived early from Gisborne. Shipping Telegrams. Wellington, October 30. Rotorua, for the South. Passengers : Mbs Farquhar, Mesdames Dowling, Metz, and Prouse, Mesirs Hales, Prouse, Saunders, M'Oougall, Warner, Gray, Orr, Profißtt, Hume, Hesketh, Button, Williams, Diamond. Bush and son; and eight in the steerage.—Balmoral Castle, for London. Lyttelton, October 30. Rosamond, for Dunedin.—Ohan, for Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland.

Sydney, October 30.—Zealandia, for Auckland.

London, October 30,—Glanoaird, barque, from Lyttelton (June 19).

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SHIPPING, Issue 8052, 31 October 1889

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SHIPPING Issue 8052, 31 October 1889

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