HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Taiarna Head : 0.22 a.m., 0.37 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.2 a.m., 1.17 p.m. Ounedin: 1.47 a.m., 2.2 p.m. ♦ PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.—October G. Napier, s.s., 48 tons. Matheson, trom Waikawa. Auriga, barque, 518 tons, Hutchison, from Maiden Island. SATI/ED.-Outober 5. Hauroto, s.s., 1,270 tons, Fleming, for Auckland via Clamant. OcTonEii 6. Herald, s.s., 35G tons, Coulson, for the West Coast. Napier, s.s.. 48 tons, Matheson. for Riverton. Beautiful Star, s.s., 14t> tons, Browne, for Wellington. The Napier, with cargo from Waikawa, arrived at Dunedin at 3 a.m. to-day, and left in the afternoon for Rivertou. The Herald left the Dunedin wharf this afternoon for the West Coast ports. The barque Gio Batta Beverino is landing her cargo in excellent order at the Rattray street wharf. Consignees of goods by the Gio Batta Beverino. from New York, are requested to present bills of ading to the agents (Messrs Bates, Sise, and Co ). The torpedo boat was launched off Isbister's slip this forenoon, and towed up to the export pier to complete her overhaul. The Beautiful Star left this afternoon for Wellington. The barque Auriga, with guano from Maiden Island, arrived off Otago Heads at 7.30 a.m. today, and was towed up to Dunedin wharf by the Plucky at 1.15 p.m. She left the Maiden Islands on August 26; had variable weather throughout the passage, getting no trade wind ; made Moeraki light on the 3rd inst., and thence had head winds, with thick, rainy weather, along the coast. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Wednesday, October 6. Bluff.—Wakatiptt arrived (3 a.m. from Port Chalmers ; sails 6 p.m. for Hobart. Oamaru.— Hauroto arrived 9 a.m. from Port Chalmers. Lyttelton.—Rotorua arrived 10a.m. from Wellington ; sailed 1 p.m. for Dunedin. Waihora arrived 8 a.m. trom Port Chalmers : sailed 5 p.m. for Wellington. Rotokino sailed 4 pm. for Timaru.—Waikare sails 7 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington.— Wairiui arrived G a.m. from Westport.—Omapere arrived 9.30 a.m. from Lyttelton. Westport.—Flora sailed G a.m. for Auckland. THE DIRECT STEAMERS, London, October s.—Morayshire, from New Zealand.— Waikato, for Wellington. A Sydney cablegram states that the Mataura arrived at Albany, not at Hobart as reported, yesterday. She has the New Zealand riflemen on board. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. _ Arrivals.—October 6: Bluff, 7 a.m., Wakatiptt, from Port Chalmers. —Oamaru, 9 a.m., Hauroto, from lot Chalmers.—Auckland, 1 p.m., Mariposa, from Honolulu, with 'Frisco mail. Departures.—October 6: Lyttelton, 1 p.m., Rotorua, for Port Chalmers. Port Chalmers, 12.40 p.m., Invercargill, for Invercargill.—Lyttelton, 2.25 p.m., Waimate, for Timaru. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Sydney, October o.—Waitemata, from Auckland.—Sir John Franklin and Elizabeth Price, from Kaipara. Auckland, October s.—Anglian, for Sydney.— Aratapu, brisantine, for Kaipara.—Mawhera, for Picton, Nelson, and West Coast—Rotorua, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. Passengers: Misses Harlow, Banning, Mrs Snow, Messrs M'Lean (2), Oliver, Norton, Venin, Richmond. Thompson (2), Bodney (2), Naylor, Rev. Mr Muirhead ; and nineteen steerage.—October fi: Mariposa, from San Francisco. Passengers: Mesdarues Reitl, Cudden and two children, Messrs Bevin, Fiaser, Kelly, Perry. Johnson, Edmonds. Brookspear, Hetherin'gton, King, Johnson, Codkin, Veal, Kidd, Fitzpatrick. Brown, Brackwell, Henry, and Scrivener. Bluff, October <>.—Wakatimt, from Dunedin. Lyttelton, October 6.—Waihora, from Dunedin.
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 10438, 6 October 1897