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SHIPPING.

High Water. To-MORBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 2.15 a.m., 233 p.m. Port Chalmers: 2.55 a.m., 313 p.m. Dunedin: 3.40 a.m., 3,fiß p.m. ■ ■> Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—November 6. Grafton, s.s., 297 tons, Nordstrom, from the West Coast, Passengers : Mesdamcs Dc Leon, M'llwraith, Pearson, Pickhard, Tarry and two children, Wiises Brown, Johnson, Beswick (2), Whyte, Muir, Burns, Patterson, Messrs Do Leon, Stark, Hatch, Hayncs, Dawson, Gillespie ; and three steerage. Mararoa, s.s., 1,658 tons, Edic, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast ports. Passengers : From Sydney—Miss Law, Dr Molyneaux, Messrs J. Scoon, Mendelsohn. From the Coast—Hon. Captain and Mrs Fraser, Mr and Mrs T. W. Whitson, Mr and Mrs Algio and two children, Meedamcs Whitson and child, Beaman, A. H. Ross, Morris, Fulton, Beaman, Captain Anderson, Captain Allman, Messrs O. Morley, Riley, Martin, Cooper, Wilson, M'Leod, Forbes, Glover, Billcnp, CleUnd, Everest, B. M. Paul; and twenty-two in the steerage. SAlLED.—November 5. Beautiful ~tar, s.s., 146 tons, Fonn, for Oamaru. November 6. Morning Light, ship, 1,310 tons, Ladd, for Lyttelton. Clan Macleod, barque, 642 tons, Whitney, for Wellington. Camillc, brigantine, 221 tons, Hclgeson, for Kaipara. Manapouri, s.s., 1,020 tons, Logan, for Sydney via East Coast. Passengers: For Lyttelton— Messrs Bracken, Sinclair, Young. For Wellington—Mr Naylor. For Gisborne Mrs M'Ara. l'"or AucWanl Mcwb So\on;im, Jones, Fcrgusson, Tcnnctt, Mrs Tonnett; five in steerage.

The Grafton, with cargo and passengers from Westport via Nelson, Wellington, Lyttclton, and Timaru, arrival at Dunedin at 4 a.m. today. She left Timaru at 520 p.m. on the sth inst. llcr passage waR marked by light variable winds aud fine weather, with smooth sevt, throughout. Tlio Beautiful Star, Captain Fcnn, left the Rattray ttrcct wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday with passengers and cargo for Oamaru. The Morning Light was towed to sea this morning by the Koputai and Plucky, and sailed with original cargo for Lyttelton. Tho barque Clan Maclcod wa3 towed to sea this forenoon, and failed in ballast for Wellington, where sho loads flax for I T cw York.

Tho brigantine Camille was towed to sea this forenoon, a»id sailed in ballast for Kaipara. Lite Mararoa steamed up from Port Chalmers this afternoon and landed cargo at the tongue wharf.

Tho Mararoa, Captain Edie, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast ports, arrived alongside tho Bowen pier at 10.15 a.m. to-day. Mr J. Necs Keith (her purser) reports leaving Sydney at 5.30 p.m. on the 24th ult., cleared the Heads a 1: 0.15 p.m. same day, and rounded the North Capo at 11.55 a.m. on the 2Sth, arriving at Auckland at 4 a.m. on the 2!lth ; remained there until 1 p.m. on the 31st, when she pushed on for the South ; called at Gishorno on the Ist inßt., Nauicr 2nd, Wellington on the 3rd, and arrived at Lyttclton on the morning of the sth, leaving again at 7 p.m. same day, arriving as above, having experienced fine weather all the way from Sydnoy. Tho Manapouri left Dunedin this afternoon for Sydney via tho East Coast ports. Tho barqucntine Welcome, from Chesterfield Island, is expected to arrive early. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Kaikoura arrived at Wellington at 12.15 this morning via Plymouth, Teneriffe, Cape Town, and Hobart. She left Plymouth on the 22nd September, and had an uneventful voyage. Passengers : For Port Chalmers : Second saloon—Mies L. Dickßon, Mrs M. Jenkyns, Messrs A. Roberts and W. H. Dickson; steerage—Miss A. A finer, Mr and Mrs H. Woodhousc and four children, Mr and Mrs J, Taverdale, Mr and Mrs H. Pascoe, Mr and Mrs N. A. Dowse and six children, Messrs A. ABhcr, Ci, Harlcy, W. Wedderßpoon and twe boys, C. Ostermann, H. Roberts, and Mastor Taverdale. The Arawa left Plymouth for Wellington on the 2nd instt. Shipping Trlejrrnms. Lyttklton. November s.—Chili, barque, for Falmouth or Qnconstown, for orders. Passengers: Mrs M'Kenzie and child.—Brunner, for Wellington and Grcymouth.—Herald, for Greymonth.—Rotorua. for Wellington. WELLINGTON, November 6.—Takapuna, for Lyttclton and tho South, at 3 p.m. Passengers : Mcdames Maxwell, Joncß, Laine, Jonkins, Hobday, Wallace, Misses Gee, Dickson, Jones, Peters, Mes rs Ledger, Roberts, Healey, Austin, Jones, Donald, Laine, Wallace, Baxter, StaDfoll, Cruickshank, Smith, Willcox, Torr, DanHs, Robinson, Dixon, Allison (2), Jones, Maxwell, Martin, Donner, Hare, Fancourt, Clifford and family, and Dr Skoyworth. Sydnky, Novombor s.—Waihora, from Wellington. Lonhon. November s.—Glands, barque, from Wellington (August 24).

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SHIPPING., Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 8057, 6 November 1889

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