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SHIPPING.

11IOU WATER.

To-morrow. Taiaroa Head : 4.20 a.m , 4.20 p.m. Port Chalmers ; 4.42 a.in., 5.0 p.m. Du :■ J din ; 5.27 n.m., 5.45 p.m FORT CHALMERS, SAlLED.— September 28. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, for Preservation Inlet via Invercargill. Anglian, s.s., 1,354 tons. Waller, for Sydney via tho East Coast. Passengers: Mesdames North, Spence and child, C. C. Kettle and child. Misses Papprill, Grant, Kettle, Messrs Helvie, Ings, Rev. A. Don ; and ten steerage. Taupo, s.s., 411 tons, Lobb, for Westport. The Invercargill left Dunedin this afternoon for Preservation Inlet via Invercargill. The Anglian left the cross wharf this afternoon for the East Coast ports and Sydney. The Taupo, having discharged a quantity of coals to the Hauroto, sailed yesterday evening for Westport. The Pukaki is receiving a thorough overhaul in the graving dock. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET. Tuesday, September 28. Lyttelton.— Te Anau arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington ; returns 10 p.m. Wellington. Wainui arrived 1 a.m. from Nelson.—Monowai arrived 7 a.m. from Lyttelton. —Corinna arrived 8 a.m. from Lyttelton. Nelson. —Mawhera sailed S a.m. for Westport. Gisborne.— Dingadeo sailed noon for Auckland. Sydney.—Rotokino sailed? a.m. for Lyttelton. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.— September 27 : Spit, 4 p.m., Pendle Hill, from Newcastle.

SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, September 27. Tarawera, for Sydney.— I Takapuna, for Southern ports; Passengers ; Mr and Mrs Boswell and three children, Mcsdames Chapman, Plimmer, Knox, Tepuni, Misses Hill, Atkinson, M'Dermot, Wilson, Mr Justice Conolly, Messrs Jackson, R. Thompson. M.H.R., Whittle, O'Malley, MTlwraith, Mulvaney, Lipscombe, Greenway, .Davis, Kirkup, Price, Pollock, A. Russell, Hantley; and seven steerage.—Gait-lock, for New Plymouth.—The Cob lector of.Customs has received the following telegram from Mr Jarvie, of Dargaville: “Portion of a scow picked up on the beach at Waipoua ; considerable time wrecked.”—September 28; Waihora, for the South. Passengers: Misses Sutherland, Scoullar, Larnaoh, Evans, Black, Russell, Hunt (2), and Hill, Mesdaraes Kidd, Cox. Eriffault, Saunders, Scoullar, Wilar, Bakerell, Black, Meikle, and Hollingshead, Messrs Machleaf, Clementsin, Geddis, Carew, Brown, Snodgrass, Budge, Bosnian, Meikle, Hollingshead, Watson, Cuny, Hastings, Chase, .. Cooper, White, and M’Pherson.- ' .

Wellington, September 27.—Flora, from Fiji via Auckland.—Herald, for Taranaki and Grey-mouth.-Mawhera, for Picton, Nelson, and the West Coast.—Te Anau, for Lyttelton. Passengers! Misses M’Lean, Barnett. Cassidy, Mcsdames Johnson, O'Connor, England,. Drumm, Messrs Drumm, Common, Barnett, Howell, Trent, Kemp, Bunion, Martin, Matthews, Fischer, Hefcus, Rice, Hall, Murgitroyd, Capatiek, Hepplestone, Johnston, M'Leod, Captain Ward; eighteen steerage. —Flora, for the South.—September 28 1 Southern Cross, for Tahiti, Bluff, September 27.— Hawke’s Bay, from Lyttelton.—Woosung, barque, from Surprise Island. —September 2S: The Ben Nevis, barque, from Melbourne for Dunedin, passed at Ip.m. Sydney, September 27.—Alameda, for Auckland. —September 28: Rotokino, for Lyttelton. Albany, September 28.—China, from London. Passengers for Now Zealand; Mr and Mrs Drummond, Mr and Mrs Gibbs, Mr and Mrs M'Dougall, Mr Marks.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10431, 28 September 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10431, 28 September 1897

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