HIGH WATER. To-morrow. -Taiaroa Head ; 5.23 a.ni , 544' P-,®- *** Chalmers: 6.3 a.m., 6.24 p.m. bunedin; 6.4S a.rn.. 7.9 p.m. . PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.— September 30. vr u £’ s - s -> 576 tons. Manning, from the North. Passengers: Miss Peters, Messrs Mills, Levy, Robertson, Newall, Martin, Murray; Smith Dickson, Dawson, Scoullar, Guffie, Armstrong, Hodgkins, Burgess, Smith, Hartley, Webb: and eleven steerage. ’ The ship Soukar is under orders to proceed to Gisborne to load for a Home port. Previous to leaving Port Chalmers she will be docked for’ cleaning and painting. The Rotorua arrived af Dunedin this morning from Wellington and Lyttelton. She left Welhngton at 4 p m. on the 2Sth inst., and arrived at Lyttelton at 10 a.m. on the 29th; left again at 1 p.m., had strong northerly winds along the coast, and arrived at the wharf at 7.30 a.m. to-day. .. We learn from the Union Company that their marine superintendent (Captain Oameton) returns • from Glasgow at the end of the year, after seeing tae completionof the steamer Rotoiti, now being built for the Welhngton-Manukau trade. Captain. Sinclair, of the Monowai, goes Home to take Captain Camerons place temporarily in the superintendence of the building of the new steamer that has been ordered for the Wellington-Grev-raouth trade. Captain Chatfield, of the Mararoa was a passenger to Melbourne by the Talune last week, and he proceeds to Sydney to take over the Monowai from Captain Sinclair there. The Pukaki, having received overhaul, cleaned, and painted, sails th is evening for the Bluff; MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET. Thursday, September 30. Bluff.— Janet Nicoll arrived 7 a.m. from Westport. TiMaiiu.—Omapere sails midnight for Oamaru. Lyttelton.— Te Anau arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington ; returns 10 p.m. Wellington. Wakatipu arrived 1 p.m, from Sydney. r Nelson, Wainui sailed 10 a.m, for Greymouth, TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD, Arrivals. —September 29 Westport, 31 pm Taupo, from Port Chalmers, 1 Taupo, from Port Chalmers.— September 30: Wellington, 12.40 p-m., Wakatipu, from Sydney. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, September 29. H.M.S. Mildiira, from Sydney.—The barque Empriza sailed from Mercury Bay yesterday for Sydney with a cargo of timber.—l he barquentine Ocean Ranger was this morning towed down to Mercury Bay to load timber for Lyttelton. ‘ w V '^ LLIN(: J ON ; September 29. Ruahino. -from Waitara.—Te Anau, for Lyttelton.- Passengers: Miss Jackman, Mesdaraes Collier Fitzgerald Archdeacon Lmgard M essrs Collier, Hinde M Kmley, Atkinson. Hant Wood ; and thirteen steerage.-September 30; Wakatipu, from Sydnev. Passengers; For Lyttelton Messrs EnglifKBrodio, M Connell, Beveridge. Goader. M'Phail ' Mesdames English, Harding, iroadie, Goader,and Fox, Misses Mnoey, Graham, White; nine in the steerage. For Dunedin-Misees Herbert, Robin«on, Houston, M Reay, and Rev. Messrs Heighway and'Watkins, Mesdames Beveridge, Haigh, Heighway ,and >dx children, Herbert, Rear - Messrs Stewart, Begg, and Shiith; two in the steerage. ’ • 'iiffiSSift* ; Septe “ ber = ■ Omapere ■ -Bluet, September 30.—Janet.Nicoll, steamer, from Westport. . ’ September 29.-Westfalia, for AuckNapier, September 30.—Waihora, from Gisborne. ,
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897
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