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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. To-MORRfw. Tularin Head : 4.21 a.m. 437 p.m. r.rf ch«l-.nerc: 5.1 a.m. 4.17 p.m l)unedin : 6.4b a.m , 5.2 p.m.

« PORT CHALMERS

ARttTVEP.—September 11. Onda 5.5.,5.247 tons, Wilson, R.N.R., from Calcutta via Wellington and Lyttelton. September 1?. .Westralia s.s., 1,819 tons, Bull, from Sydnev via the Last Coast. Passengers: Misses Burges.-l Allen, btock. Watson, Ramsay, Halcrow, Cassels Robertson. Wisbart, Mesdames Douglas and family, Simsou. Thomson, Allen, Maitland, Messrs T. H. Wayne, Douglas, Greenslade (2) Turner, Beverley, Bargan, D. Todd, W. T. Todd Darley, Laffey, Holmes, J. Morrcll, Rev. F Watson; twenty-three steerage.

Kapler, s.e., 48 tons,- Matheson, from the South. , Inveroanrill, s.s., 138 tons, SUndstrum, from Invercargill. SAlLED.—September 13. Waikare, s.s.. 2,050 tons, J. Anderson, for Melbourne via the Bluff and Ilobart. Passengers: Misses Einney, Bethune, Griffiths, Jones, Cassels, Huleron, Mesdames Paterson, Griffiths. Frew (2), Waters, Orpwood, Messrs F. J. Sullivan, J. M. Moore, W. Waddell, Bergan, D. Scott, Shappere, C. W. Turner, Waters, Orpwood, Dr Alexander ;• and eleven Id the steerage. r Corinna, s.s.. 820 tons. £«... tor Westport via coast ports and Wellington. Passengers i Mr W, R. Saunders; and Ave in the steerage. Wakatipu, s.s., 1,158 tons, Spinks, for Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers: Misses Mitchell (2), Kennard, Finch, Mesdames R. Park and two children, Stracb, Bell, Messrs J. A. Fothergill, D. Mitchell, H. E. Cooper, Galbraith, O. E. Molfer, Strach, Caffln; nine steerage. September 13; Corinna, s.s., 820 tons, Newton, for the West Coast. .Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Fortrose.

The Waikare left Dunedin this- afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart, The Wakatipu left the tongue wharf this afternoon for Sydney via Cook Strait. During the weekended September 12 the following vessels had been at the Dunedin wharves:— Arrivals: Oamnru 1.303 tons, Herald 356, Te Anau 1.02 C, Wakatipu 1,258, Waikare 1,901, Westralia 1.M9, Napier 48, Invercargill 123; total, 7,836 tons. Departures: Napier 48 tons, Waihora 1,260, Aparima 20, Invercargill 123, Enterprise S4, Herald 356, Te Anau 1,028; total. 2,928 tons. Tho Huddarfc-Parker Company's steamer Westralia, from Sydney via tbe East Coast, arrived at the cross wharf yesterday. She experienced strong W. to S.W. winds and heavy beam sea to Auckland, and variable winds and moderate weather along the coast. The schooner Isabella Auderson is to load hero for Kaipara. The repairs to the Corinna having been completed, she was floated out of the graving dock

this morning. She left Dunedin this afternoon for the West Coast ports via Timaru. The Napier left the Rattray street wharf this afternoon for Fortrose. The Onda commenced to discharge her cargo into the rad.vay trucks at the George street pier this forenoon. . The Mararoa will be floated into the graving dock at high water. Mr Paterson, late chief engineer of the Upolu, has been appointed to a similar position on the Wanaka. Captain R. G. Hutton, late chief officer of the Taviuni, has been appointed to the command of the Southern Cross, now employed in tbe Island trade. ARRIVAL OF THE S.S. ONDA. The British India Steam Navigation Company's new steamer Onda, from Calcutta via Wellington and Lyttelton, arrived at Port Chalmers on Saturday afternoon. She comes consigned to the Union Steam Ship Company. The Onda .is a finelooking screw steamer of 5,247 tons gross and 3,410 tons net measurement. She i 3 built entirely of steel, and is schooner-rigged, her hull being divided into eight watertight compartments. The Onda w.13 built and launched in 1896 by Messrs J. Inglis and Sons, of Glasgow, and since her arrival in India has been trading between Calcutta and Bombay. She comes into port ia very fine order, and is under the command of Captain Wilson, R.N. R., who was last herein charge of the s.s. Fazdlsa. His officers are Mr Lee, chief (who was also in the Fazilka), and Mr White, second. The engines are under the control of Mr Nicoll, who has a qualified staff of assistants, whilst the crew, firemen, aud servants are of course all Asiatics. The Onda sailed from Calcutta on July 30 for Wellington, where she arrived on September 3, and after discharging 2,900 tons of cargo left on the Bth inst.for Lytteltou, where she put oui 750 tons of cargo. -

MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Monday, Septemher 13. Nelson.—Makiuapua sails 7 p.m. for New Plymouth. Westport.—Orowaiti sailed 10 a.m. for Lyttelton.— Omapere sailed 11 a.m. for Lyttelton. Napier.—Dingadee sailed 5 p.m. for Gisborne. Auckland. Tarawera arrived 7 a.m. from Sydney. - Rotokino arrived 1 a.m. from Lyttelton. —Waihora sails 8 p.m. for Sydney. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Kaikoura arrived at Plymouth on Saturday. The Gothic left Rio on Friday morning. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. AnniVALS.—September 13: Auckland, 6.39 a.m., Tarawera, from Sydney.—Lyttelton, S a.m., Indraghiri, from Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Melbourne, September 13. Monowai, from the Bluff. Auckland, September 13. 6.30 a.m., Tarawera, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdames Ramsay and child, Kebblewaitc, Miss De Solomas, Messrs Ramsay, Peake, Norman, and Fletcher. Sydney, September 13.—Anglian, from Auckland.—Alameda, from Auckland.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10418, 13 September 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10418, 13 September 1897

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