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HIGH WATER,.'.. To-morrow.-Talaroa Head i 6.7 a.m., 6.33 p.m. Port Chalmers: 6.47 a.m., 7.13 p.m. Dunedin : 7.32 a.m., 7.58 p.m. • ■» AT THE HEADS. Ben Nevis, barque, 1 066 tons, Sims, from Glasgow (Alarch 31) via Melbourne (September 25). » PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED.- October 1. Napier. s.s., 49tons. Matheson, from Waikawa. . Omapere, s.s., 352 ton?, Fleming, from West Coast via Oamaru. Passengers: Mrs Tulloch, Miss Malcolm, Messrs Thompson anil Cassels, Captain Wald ; six in the steerage. SAILED.— September 30. Pukaki, s.s., 960 tons, Anderson, for the Bluff. October 1. Nat)ier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Fortrose and Waikawa. Itotorua, s.s., 576 tons Manning, for Lyttelton and Wellington. Passengers: Mesdames Nicolson and two children Smellie, Messrs R. Smellie E R. Sincock, W. Treseder, C. E. Cradock, R. Hunt' Captain East; twenty steerage. ' Maud Graham, schooner, 80 tons, Brown, for Stewart Island. The Rotorua left this afternoon for Lyttelton and Wellington. The Napier, from Waikawa, arrived at Dunedin wharf at 8.40 a.m. to-day, and left in the afternoon for Fortrose and Waikawa. The barque Grasmere was towed down from Dunedin this morning and anchored off Deborah Bay to complete preparations for sailing for ler A at wmch P° rt she lo »ds for a Home port. 1 he Omapere, from the West Coast via Oamaru arrived alongside the Bowen pier this afternoon and discharged cargo into the railway trucks hue left Oamaru at nine o'clock this morning A large vessel was reported trom Cape Saunders standing north at 11 a.m. to-day. She reached the Heads at lp.m., and proved to be the Ben Nevis, which left Glasgow on March 31, and put into Melbourne on July 14 for repairs; she left that port again on September 25. She brings a full cargo, part of which is for this port and the rematnder for Wellington. The schooner Maud Graham sailed this afternoon in ballast for Stewart Island. Bl ff Pukaki sailed y ester(J ay evening for the

MOMENTS OF THE TJ.S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 9. S<™i>ay.—Wakatipu arrives from Sydney via Look Strait.—Herald arrives from Greymouth.— Waihora arrives from Sydney via Auckland and -kast Coast.—Omapere sails for Greymouth via Timaru. Monday.— Waikare sails for Sydney via Cook ■strait. Tuesday.—Waihora sails for Sydney via East Coast and Auckland.-Wakatipu sails for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart.-Hauroto sails for Auckland via Bluff, Oamaru, and Timaru. WEDNESDAY.-Corinna arrives from Westport via Loast. Herald sails for Greymouth via Oamaru. Thursday.—Rotorna arrives from Wellington and Lyttelton.

Friday. Connna sails for Westport via limaru.—Rotorua sails for Lvttelton and Wellington.

MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Friday, October 1. L y F , F -~Waikare arrired 8 a.m. from Hobart - sailed 4 p.m., for Dunedin.— Pukaki arrived 11 a.m. from Port Chalmers. Lyttelton.—Orowaiti sails 7 p.m. for Westport Wellington.—Waihora arrived 8 a.m. from Napier. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—October 1: Bltiff, 8.30 a.m., Waikare. from Hobart, with English mail; 11 a.m., Pukaki, from Port Chalmers. DKPAUTURES.-October 1: Auckland; 6.45 a.m., Upolu. for Raratonga.—Oamaru, 8.50 a.m., Omapere, for Dunedin. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland September 30.-Upolu, for Raratonga and Tahiti. Mahinapua, for Southern ports. Passengers : Mrs Vogden, Misses Edwards, Vogden, Shiel, Billings, Messrs A. S. Ballance, D. Crozier, C. Elliot, Baker, Dobson, Cotterell Wellington, September 30—The Wakatipu will not leave for the South till to-morrow.— Takapuua, for Onchunga. Bluff October 1.-The Waikare, from Melb9iirne and Hobart, arrived at 8.15 a.m. Passengers: Mesdames Brownlie, Mathew, Chisholm, North, Waters, Sise, Driver and child, Misses Rattray (2), Munro, Meredith, Aston, Moloney, Sise, Jones, and Park, the Rev. Mr Mathew, Messrs Lyders, Thomson, M'Phee, Mosley, Harris. Waters, Sise, Nabb, and Dodd. Sydney-, October I.—Wanaka, from Lyttelton. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Wellington, October 1.-The Ruahine, for London, sailed at 4.45 a.m.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10434, 1 October 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10434, 1 October 1897

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