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HIGH WATER. To-XORROW. - Head \ 9.26 a.m , 1015 p.m. I'lirtOhalmem • 10.C a.m., 10.55 p.m. Uuuedm : 10.51 a.m.. IL4O p.m.


ARRT VKD.- September 19. > Ruahine, R.M.S., 5,127 tons, P>one, R.N R., from London via Teueriffe, Cape Town, Hobart, Wellington, mid Lyttelton. . • Inyercargill. 130 tons, Sundstrom, from the South.

Mpier, s.s.. 48 tons, Matheson, from the South. Tarawera, s.s., 1,2ti9 tons, Richardson, from bydtiey via the North. Passengers: Mesdames Crutheridge, Walcot, Dale, Meade, Benjamin Misses Gemmell, Courtayne (2), Gutheridgo (3), ,J , ' i jarnacn . Robertson, Crozicr, Browning, Meade, Bardon, Gray, Messrs Guthcridge, Ritchie, Cook, Hawg, G. G. Cameron, P. Somerville, A. M. Ludbrook, Randerson, W. C. Treseder, R. W Wilson P, C. Neill Dale, G. Jackson, Johnson! Newbold, Gordon, Wootton, H. A. Smith, M'lvor Foster/Taylor, Woodside, Brownlee, Master Bardon; and eleven steerage.

SAlLED.—September 18. Pareora, s.s., 350 tons, Christian, for the Bluff.

September 19. Omapere.s.s., 252 tons, Fleming, for the West Coast. .-

September 20. Ocean Rover, brigantine, 130 tons, Johnstone, for Stewatt Island. ' ■ . - •

The ship Oamaru is getting on well with the discharge of her cargo at Dunedin The barque Onyx has taken in a quantity of cargo at the Rattray street wharf Murray, Roberts, and Co. have been advised that the barque Ben Nevis, which put into Port Phillip for repairs, Bailed last Saturday morning for Dunedin. . . 6

The Invercargill arrived at Rattray street wharf at noon yesterday. She left Invercargill-on Thursday,.at 3.30 p.m., arrived at Cromarty next morning at, 2.30, and sailed again at 520 pm on the same day, arriving at the Bluff next ?£ on ' she ™ ailed again at 43 °. and arrived SrLn ) t J ? , - m :- at 1 Pate, ? on J? 1 ?*- where she took in 31,000 ft of timber; she sailed again at 6.20 p.m on the same day, and arrived at D.unedin as above. She had a strong N.W. to S.W. wind with thick rain from Cromarty to Bluff, and light to moderate N.E. wind .from-Paterson Inlet, -with fine weather to Dunedin.. . . _,.

The Pareora left the Bowen pier- at 7 p.m. on Saturday for the Bluff. . .'

The Mararba was floated out of the graving dock this morning. .._ . • , The brigantine Ocean Rover was towed clear of the Heads this morning, and sailed for Stewart Island to take in a cargo of timber for Lyttelton. The Wanaka took in cargo at the George Btreet pier this forenoon. The larawera, from Sydney via the North, arrived alongside the...Bowen pier, at 4.20 p.m. yesterday. She left Sydney oii the Bth inst.' -experienced fine weather to arrival at Auckland at (! a.m. on the 13th; left again on the following day, called at Gisborne 15th, Napier 16tb, Wellington 17th, and Lyttelton morning of the 18th, leaving again at midnight, and arrived as above. From Napier to-Wellington she had a strong southerly gale with heavy head sea, and from that port line weather to arrival. She was floated into ■, the graving dock this afternoon for cleaning and painting. , Tl lf Napier arrived at 1.20 p.m. yesterday, having left Waikawa at 6.20 p.m. on Saturday. She ex. perienced a north-east wind along the coast. Captain H. J. Richardson, of the s.s. Tarawera, will remain behind at Sydney, next trip in order to pass the extra master's examination, and will probably take advantage of the opportunity to put in the requisite drill under the Royal Naval Reserve regulations. ARRIVAL OF THE RUAHrNE. The New Zealand Shipping Company's R.SI.S. Ruabine, from London via Plymouth, Teneriffe, Cape Town, Hobart, Wellington, and Lyttelton, arrived off the Heads yesterday morning, and steamed into, port under the charge of Pilot Thomson. being_berthed at the George street pier. The Ruahme is still vrader the command ot Captain Bone, R.N.R., who brings with him the following officers : - Mr Weston, chief; Mr M Killar. second; Mr Pope, third;' Mr Plunkett Cole, fourth ; and Mr Hunt, fifth. Dr Crooke is the surgeon, and Mr Pitcher is in charge of the engine department Mr Vincent being second, Mr c&' en ™ b,rd ,' MrDewe fourth, and Mrßudden fifth. The electrician is Mr Ware, the refrigerating engineers Messrs Barr and Still, and the boilermaker Mr Hughes, while Mr Williams comes as charge. The Ruahine left London on July 22. She commenced this morning to take on board frozen mutton.. THE MONOWAI'S' MISHAP. It will be remembered that the Monowai, when going up Bluff Harbor onthe 13th ult., touched on a rock which was not shown on the chart, and she had to be docked on arrival at Port Chalmers whenitwasfound-thatahole had been knocked in one of her plates. The Lnion Company represented the matter to the Bluff Harbor Board, and the latter arranged to have the channel in the neighborhood of where the Monowai touched thoroughly examined, with the result that a small rock has been Tmind about 80ft from the midchannel rock. This rock does not appear on the chart, and is, no doubt* the one on which the Monowai struck. The Bluff Harbor Board are making arrangements to have the obstruction removed at once. The rock is 19ft below lowwater mark at lowest spring tide. - •» ' MOVEMENTS OP UNION,S.S. COMPANYS JFLEET.' .;; '.., Monday, September.Bo. . Bluff.—Herald sailed noon for Port Chalmers. —Monowai arrived 2 p.m; from Hobart. - ' Lyttelton.—Corinna sails". for Timaru NEiSON.~WaiD.ui sailed 2 p.m: for Wellington. —MaWnapua sailed 3.30 p.m* for New Plymouth.

TELEGRAPH'KOTrOE "BOARD. AR-RIVALS.-Septeiuberl9: Wellington, 11 p.m., Talune, from Sydney.-September £0: Timaru,, Omapere, from Dunedin.—Bluff. 2.50 p.m., Monow.ll, from Hobart, with an English mail. DEPARTURES.--Septeniber; • 20: Bluff, 1 p.m., Herald, for Po tLhalmer'. - '•'* -

SHIPPING TELE6RA2IS.: . "Wellington. September 20. Talune, from Sydney, at II p.m. yesterday. She.brings 124 passengers. For Dunedin Misses Elizabeth Watson, Frances Ross, Gill, M'Donald, Mesdames Graham, Coserove, Smith and two children, Messrs Farrelly, Cowan, Mulholland, Loasby Lanna, Masters, Graham (2), Cosgrove," Gregory, Harford, Brunton, Warwick, Newman, Davis geeves. Elliott, Allen, and Stubbs. -For the Bluff—Mr E. Boag: Melbourne, September 20.—Waikare, from the Bluff. ■■ , .

Bluff September 20.—Pareora, from Dunedin. —Herald, from Greyfnouth —Monowai, from Melbourne via Hobart, at 3 p.m. • Passengers : Misses Lawrie, Neill, Clifford, Candwell (2), M'Lean (2), Mesdames Lawrie, Atkins, Landells, Candwell, Watts, Larnach, Messrs Lawrie, Fitzer, Spencer, Hunt, Thompson, Herbert, Waters, Thomas, Fogan, Dr Martin, Craigie, Farrell, Candwell, Connor, Boag, Smith, Garden, Larnach, Hons. W J. M. Larnach and G. M'Lean; RolHtt, Bland Holt Dramatic Company (35); and thirty steerage.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

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