HIGH WATEE. To-MORROw. Taiamn Head : 5.02 n.ir. , I) 8 p.m. Pnrt Chalmers: 6.32 a.m., G.4S p.m Ouuertm : 7.17 a.m., 7.33 p.m.
■» PORT CHALMERS.
ARRIVED.- September 16. _ T Te Anau, s.s.. 1,028 tons, Bernech. from the North. Passengers: Misses Qninn, Telfer, House. Levy, Ckpcott. Annan, Hatfield, Buffer, Mesdames . Rawnsley, Barnes, Quin and infant, Britten aud infant, Elliott, Simpson, Messrs Rawnsley, Brown, Austen, Turnbull, Barnes Simpson, Elliott, Proudfoot, Hyland, Wilson M Kay; and nine steerage. SAILED.-September 1(5. Onda, s.s., 5,247 tons, Wilson, R.N.R., for Newcastle. The Te Anau, with cargo and passengers from the rvorth. arrived at the tongue wharf at 7 a m to-day. She left Wellington at 4 p.m. on the 14th mst., arrived at Lyttelton at 10 a.m. on the Si.' « again at l p-m- ' an(J arriv "ed as above. Ihe Onda left the George street pier at 10 a.m to-day for Newcastle. The hrigantine Ocean Ranger has put out her careo of scrap iroD, and after ballasting proceeds to Stewart Island to take in a cargo of timber for Lyttelton. THE UNION COMPANY'S FLEET. From an interview with Mr James Mills managing director of the Union Steam Ship Company, I gather that an order has been given to build a new steamer for the West Coast trade, to replace tho Mawhera and run in conjunction with the VVaimu and Richmond. The new vessel is to be on similar lines to the Rotoiti, and is expected m the colony about Ist July next vear. It is also proposed to build another vessel for the intercolonial trade, which will be a duplicate of the Waikare. with improvements that have been suggested since the latter steamer arrived in the colony. It is expected she will he in these waters about October next year, in time to take up the summer running. Several changes are contemplated m the time-tables of steamers for the ensuing summer, the details of which are not yet ready for publication. In December the new steamer Rotoiti, for the Manukau-Wellington trade, should put m an appearance in Wellington Evening Post's' special. MISHAP TO THE ROTORUA. The Rotorua, when about fifteen miles on her way to Lyttelton. had to put back to Wellington owing to one of the pump barrels giving way. The accident will detain her several days. The passengers go on to Lyttelton by the Tarawera tomorrow. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. _ Thursday, September 18. Wellington.— Brunner arrived 3 a.m. from Westport.—Corimia sailed 1 p.m. for Westport. Nelson.—Wainui sailed 10 a.m. for Westport. —Takapuna sailed 11 a.m. for Picton. Napier.—Tarawera sai'ed 2 p.m. for Wellington.
Sydney.—Talune sailed (i p.m. yesterday for Wellington.
TELEGRAPH NOTICE P.OARD.
Arrivals. September lb": Auckland, 2.50 p.m., Ovalau, from Samoa. Departures. September 1G: Lyttelton, 2 a.m Westralia, for Wellington; fi.3o a.m., Indraghiri, for London via Las Palmas. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Melbourne, September 16.—Monowai (yesterday), for the Bluff via Hobart.
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