HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Taferoa- Head: 3.15 a.m. 3.3? p.m. Port Chalmers: r.m.,,4.12 p.m. Dun. edi" ; 4.40 a.m., 4.57 p.m. Monday.— Taiaroa Head; 3:45? a.m., 4.4 p.m. Port Chalmers: 4.28 a.m., 4.4'Ji p;nw Dunedin t 5.13 a.m., 5.2!) p.m. FORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.— September 11. Wakatipu, s.s., 1,158 tons, J. Newton, from, Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers :: Mrs Kiedle, Miss Ritchie, Master Schultz, Messrs Nelson, C. Simonson, Lewis, J. A. X. Riedle,, Woods (2); ten in the steerage. Waihsre, s.s., 2,050 tons, J; Anderson, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton. Passengers : Misses Hunter, Brinley, Fraser (2), Marr, Vivian, E. Love,- Krone; Mesdames Paterson, Nikel, Fraser, Henderson, H. Brown, Erskine ana child, Messrs W. Duncan.- F. Crammond;. Duke; Fraser, K. Paterson, Reeve?, Vivian, F. Mills, CWatt, J. C. Love. Erskine,- N. Galbraith, C. Cbombs, J. Orr, E. Pyrke, T. Simon, Bryne, Andrews, J. H. Morrison, W. Z’ Raphell, Captains Spinks, Hutton, Campbell; eighteen steerage. Onda, s.s;, 5,247 tons, from Calcutta via Wellington and Lyttelton.-
As s further reduction of their fleet, the New Zealand Shipping Company intend to dispose of. the Opawa. The ship Opawb arrived off the Heads this forenoon for orders.
The Fifeshiro, which sailed yesterday for London, took the following cargo 647 baleswoht, 80 do rabbitskins, 50 do sheepskins, 30 do leather, 19 casks pelts, 267 do tallow, 13 cases casings, 5,057 cases meats, SXB sacks bides, 4,813 sacks oats, 15 packages sundries, 2-cases kidneys, 200 crates frozen hares, 7,533 crates rabbits, and 22,695 carcasses frozen mutton. Of this she took on board at Brisbane 95 bales wool, 38 casks tallow, 4,575 cases meats, 518 sacks bides, 4 Packages sundries. At the Bluff—lso balen wool,’ S’, do rabbitskins, 3 do sheepskins, 6 do leather’, 20 casks pelts, 167 do tallow, 300 cases meats, 4,813 sacks oats, 7 packages sun-
dries. 2 cases kidneys, 7,008 crates frozen rabbits, and 10,510 carcasses mutton. And at Port Chalmers— 102 bales wool, 74 do rabbitskins, 47 dosheepskins, 24 do leather, 29 casks pelts, 64 do> tallow, 13 cases casings, 182 cases meats, 5 packages sundries, 200 crates frozen hares. 525 crates rabbits, and 12,185 carcasses frozen mutton. The Wakatipu, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff, arrived alongside the Bowen pier at 7.49 a.m. to-day. She left Melbourne at 10.30’p.m.. Ob the 4th inst., passed Swan Island at 9 p.m. on the: sth, and arrived at Hobart at 4 p.m. on the 6th ; left at 2 a.m. on the 7th, arrived at the Bluff at Z p.m. on the 10th, and sailed at 7.30 p.m. From Melbourne to Hobart she experienced fine weather, and tbe nee fresh westerly winds and heavy sea> to arrival.
The Waikato, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton, arrived alongside the Bowen pier at 9* a.m. to-day. She left the company’s wharf at Sydney at 0.30 p.m. on the 4th inst., arrived at Wellington at 4 p.m. on the Bth; sailed at 5.15 p.m. on the 9th, arrived at Lyttelton next morning, leaving at 5.15 p.m. From Sydney to thn night of the 6th she had moderate southerly Winds and sea, then fresh S.E. gain until nearing the New Zealand coast, when it moderated, and was foUowed by fine weather to arrival. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.— September 11: Lyttelton, 8,15 a.m., Rotorua, from Wellington, with the San Francisco mail; 8.35 a.m., Westralia, from Wellington; 7.10 a.m., Te Anau, from Port Chalmers. —Wellington, 1 p.m., H.M.S. Pylados, from Lyttelton. Departures. September 10 : Lyttelton, 10 p.m., baroue Natal Queen, for Hobart; to sail at 10 p.m., WestraJia, for Pbrt Charmers.—lnvercargill, II a,tu., Invercargill, for Dunedin via Colac, —Wellington. 12.15 p.m., Ruahino, for Lyttelton, SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Newcastle, September ll.—Sarah and Mary, for Wanganui. Lyttelton, September 10.— Te: Anau, from Dunedin.
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897
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