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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Tniarna Head : (1.27 a.m , (1.47 p.m. Hart Uhaliifit-B: 7.7 a.ia., 7.27 p.m bunedin : 7.7>_ a.ru., 5.12 p.m.

» PORT CHALMERS.

ARRlVED.—September 17. Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, from Waikawa. SAlLED.—September 17. Ie Anau, s.s., 1,028 tons, Bernecb, for Lyttelton and Wellington. Passengers: Misses Turton, Downie, Bromley, Moses, Mesdames Barley, Harle and family (3), P. Smith, Hendry, M'Dougall and two children, Ellison, Messrs Ellison, Earley Harle, Westcott, Seville, Bausher, H. E. Hart W. Massey, F. Cox, G. G. Hodgkins, L. L. Kirkcaldy, C Falconer, Hollinshed ; thirteen steerage. Napier, s.s., 4S tons, Matheson, for Waikawa. The Xapier, with cargo from Waikawa, arrived at Dunedin wharf this morning, and left again in the afternoon for the South. The Te Anau left the Dunedin wharf this afternoon for Lyttelton and Wellington. The barque Onyx is taking in cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The schooner Isabella Anderson is loading for Kaipara. The barque Grasmere is completing ballast at the Rattray street wharf. The brigantine Ocean Hover is busy ballasting, in readiness to proceed to Stewart Island to load timber for Lyttelton. U.S.S. COMPANY'S SPECIAL CARGO SERVICE. The Wanaka leaves Port Chalmers on Monday morning, and calls at Oamaru on Monday afternoon to load cargo for Sydney via Lyttelton. MOVEMENTS OF THE U.S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEPTEMBER 25.

Sunday.—Tarnwera arrives from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast.

Tuesday.—Herald arrives from Greymoulh via Blulf : Tarawera sails for Sydney via' East Coast and Auckland; Wanaka sails for Calcutta via Lyttelton, Sydney, and Townsville.

Wednesday.—Corinna arrives from Wrstport via Coast: Monowai arrives from Melbourne via Hobart and Bluff; Talune arrives from Sydney via Cook Strait; Herald sails for Greymouth via Coast.

Thursday.—Rotonia arrives from Wellington and Lyttelton; Talune sails for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart.

Friday. Corinna sails for Westport via Timaiu ; Rotorua sails for Lyttelton and Wellington. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Departures. September IB : Lvttelton, 10.25 p.m., Wakatipu, for Wellington.—September 17: Greymouth, 2.5'J p.m., Herald, for Dunedin. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Albany, September 17.—Steamer Oceana, from London. Passengers for New Zealand: Mr, Mrs, and Miss Louisson, Messrs Foog and French.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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