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Hljrh Water. To-mobbow. Taiaroa Heads: 0.50 a.m., 1.13 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.30 a.m., 1.53 p.m. Dunedin: 2.15 a.m., 2.38 p.m. . « . Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—November 2. Oamaru, brigantine, 15(5 tons, Richard?, from Long Island (October 1). Kertihh Lai s, barque, 30G ton?, Jonhson, from Kaipara. Beautiful Star, h.s., 146 tons, Peon, from Oamaru. Kakanui, s.s., 5G tons, Beßt, from tho South, November 3. Invercargill, g.s,, 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Invercargill. November 4. Kawatiri, s.s., 286 tons, Apstcin, from Westport, SAlLED.—November 3. Wakatipu, p.s., 1,158 tons, Wheeler, for Brisbano via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Auckland. November 4. Kakanui, b,s,, 53 tons, Best, for Catlin River. Rotorua, s.s., 576 tono, Neville, for Northern ports. Passengers : For Lyttelton H. J. Jordan, T. W. AVhifcson. For Welling-ton-Mr Cuttcn. For Auckland—Mr J. O, S-jeley. Tho barquo Clan Macleod is completing ba'last at tho cross wharf. She sails in a day or two for Wellington. The ship Jessio Rcadman has landed 400 tons of cargo at the cross wharf. The brigantine Camille is putting out the last of her cargo at tho Rattray street wharf. The barque Victoria commenced discharging cargo this morning at the Rattray street wharf. The Kakanui landed cargo tbis morning at the Rattray street wharf, and left in the afternoon for Catlin River. The repairs to the ship Morning Light are being rapidly carried out under the direction of Mr W. Murray, who is making an excellent job of the work. The brigantine reported fourteen mile? north on Saturday forenoon reached the Beads at 4 p.m., and proved to be the Oamaru, with 240 tons of guano from LoDg I«land. She was taken in tow by the tug Plucky, and on coming up the harbor the Customs boat ranged alongside, when Captain Richards informed tbe health officer that all were well on board, but tha* a death had occurred on the passage from lockjaw. Mr A. Webster, manager for the company on Long Island, had his foot crushed by a trolly on September 16, and was coming to Dunedin for medical advice, but lockjaw had set in when he came on board on October 1, and he died four days afterwards. Hia clothes and bedding had been thrown overboard, ai d tho cabin thoroughly fumigated. Mr Macdonnell then boarded her and cleared her in, and sho towed direct to Dunedin at 5 p.m. Capta'n Richards reports leaving Long Island on October 1 with the usual S.B. winds, which held until the 7th, in latitude 25deg S.; thence she had l'ght variable winds and calms until she sighted Cape Egmont on the 25th ult. ; cleared Cook Strait on the 27th, when she took a light northerly breeze, which was followed by light variable winds and calms to arrival. During the week commencing 28th October and ending on the 3rd November the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves : Arrivals: Invercargill, s.s., 123 tons (twice); Tarawera, s p., 1,26!) tor-s; Brunner, s.s., 332 tons; Rotomahana, s.s., 865 tons; Jessie Raa''man, f-hip, 1,013 tons; Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons (twice); Hinemoa. s s., 286 toss ; Rosamond, p.s., 556 tons; Rotorua, s s., 576 tons ; Victoria, barque,3lo tons; Oamaru, brigantine, 150 tons ; Kakanui, s.s., 56 tons ; total, 5,957 tone Departures : Takapuna, b.s., 370 tons; Invercargill, b.s , 123 tons ; Beautiful Star, s s., 146 ti.ns (twice); Wakatipu, s.s., 1,158 tons; Tarawera,s,b„ 1,269t0n5; Rotomahana, s.s.. 865 tons; Hinemoa, s.s., 286 tons: Mabinapua, s.s., 205 tons ; Brunner, s.s., 332 tons; Rosamond, s.s,, 556 tons; total, 5,456 tons.

I JThe barque Kentish Lass (Captain Johnson), from Kaipara, reached the Heads at 5 p.m. on Saturday, when a light N.E. breeze sprang up, and she sai/ed into port, anclioiing off Caicy bay at 8 p.m. until this morning, when she was towed up to Dunedin by the tug Plucky. She brings 165,000 ft bulk and 20,000 ft sawn timber. Captain Johnsonjreports leav'ng Kai para on the 21st ult.; had light southerly winds and calms until the 25th, when a light N.W. breeze sprang up, which held for twenty-four hours, followed by light southerly winds; passed Cape Egmont on the 27th, and Cape Campbell on the following day ; carried a fresh westerly breeze through Cook Strait, which was cleared on the 28th ; passed Banks Peninsula on the 20th, and from thence had light southerly airs and calms to arrival.

The Kawatiri. Captain Apßtein, with 470 tons coal from Westport, arrived at 5 a.m. today, and steamed alongside the hulks at the Bowen pier to discharge. She left Westport at 3 p m. on the Ist inst., experienced light winds with fine weather, pa?scd Banks Peninsula at 10 a.m. on tho 3rd, and arrived as above. The Beautiful Star, Captain Fenn, arrived from Oamam on Saturday evening, and passed up to Dur.cdin. The Invcrcargill, Captain Sundstrum, from Invercargill, arrived at 5.30 a.m. yesterday, and passed tho Fort to Dunedin. The Rotorua loft the Rattray street wharf this afternoon with cargo and passengers for Northern ports, Toe next Home vessel expected is the Helen Denny, now ninety-four days out from Glasgow. The Wakatipu, Captain Wheeler, sailed yesterday evening for Brisbane via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Auckland.


Monday, November 4.

Bluff. Manapouri arrived 9 a.m. from Hobart; sailed 5 p.m. for Port Chalmers. Oamabu. Wakatipu sails to-night for Timaru. . . , , , Timauu. Brunner arrived early from Oamaru; sails to-night for Lyttelton. Ltttblton.—Herald sailed 1 p.m. for Greymouth.— Graf ton arrived 4 a.m. from Welling-

ton; sail 9 p.m. for Timaru. Wanaka anived 5 a.m. from Wellington ; sails 10 p m. f..r Wellington.—Dingadee sails 10 p.m. for Wcatport. Wellington.—Cairntoul arrived 4 a.m from Timaru ; sailed this morning for Sydney.— Mararoa sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttclton. Gkevmouth. —Wareatea anived 9 a.m. from Manukau ; sails 6 p.m. for Dunedin direct. Westtout.—Orawaiti sails for Wellington to-night. Auckland.— Tarawcra arrived 11 a.m. from Gisborne.

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SHIPPING., Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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