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♦ ; HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Talari Head : 3.50 %.n- , 4.6 p.m. Port Chalmers : 4.30 *.ra., 4.46 p.m. Dunedii.: 5.15 a.m., p.m. PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.—October 12. Invercargill, 8.8., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Tiuiaru. SAlLED.—October 12. Invercargill, 5.8.. 136 tons. Sundstrum, for Preservation Inlet via Invercargill. Rotokino, 5.3., 1,501 tons, M'Donald, for Sydney via the Bluff. Westralia, s.s., 1,504-tons, Bull, for Svdneyvia the fast Coast. Passengers: Misses M'Callum, M Kmlay (2), Arundel, Stewart, Brown, Reynell (2), Barclay, Allen, Mesdames M'Kinlay, M'Lean, Moloney and family, Speddiug, Stewart, Reynell, Jew. Buchanan, Messrs Kingren, Olivccrona, M Keay, Dunlop, M'Laren, New-all, M'Lean, Jew, bpedding, Simonsen, Pyrke, Cameron, Captain Davidson; and twenty-three steerage. The Manapouri was floated out of the graving dock this morning, and her place taken up by the Rotomahana. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Tuesday, October 12. Bluff.—Taluue arrived 6 a.m. from Hobart; sailed 4 p.m. for Dunedin. Lyttelton. Corinna arrived 8 a.m. from Timaru; sailed 2 pm. for Wellington.-Te Anau arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington ; returns 10 p.m. Wellington.-Herald arrived 11 a.m. from Lyttelton. GisBORNE.-Dingadee sailed 11 a.m. for Auckland. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Wellington, October 12.-The Rimutaka sailed from Cape Town on the 10th inst. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.-October 12 : Bluff, 6 a.m., Talune from Hobart, with an Eugli-h mail. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, October 11.—The brigantine Stanley has sailed from the Thames with 350,000 ft sawn timber for Melbourne.—Takapuna, for the South. Passengers: Misses Kippa, Oliver, Trevithick, Mesdames Burton, Forsyth, Fraser, Westenra, Bull. Reynolds, Douglas, Kirker, M'Kinlay Messrs Meek. Fraser, Isitt, Burton, Foster, Miller Rolleston, Wick, Malcolm, Niccol, Ormiston, Keynolds, Young, Captain Cradock; and six steerage. Kaipara Heads, October 11.—Isabella Anderson, schooner, from Dunedin. Wellington, Octobev 11.-Clyde, fchooner, for Havelock.— Mawhera, for Picton, Nelson, and West Coast.—Te Anau, for Lyttelton. Passengers- Misses Dunn, Haymau, Sexton, Mesdames Shiels and. child, Dennely, Hayman, Croll, bistall, Robinson, Captiins Brnwn, Rolls. Messrs Norbury, Gilb Wood, Slater Thompson, M'Laren £ucholls, M Kenzie. Hnvman, Robinson, Soanes Kempson, Mullens, M'lntyre, Crawford; and seventeen steerage. Timaru, October 11.—Invercargill, for Dunedin Bluff, October 12.-The Talune arrived at 6 a,m. Passengers: Miss Hackertv, Mesdames prummonrl, Park and infant, Roberts, Messrs Jenkins, Drummond, Jamieson, Marks, Ziele, and Walker, the Rev. Mr Brown; and sixteen steerage. Sidney, October 12— Waikare, from Wellington.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10443, 12 October 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10443, 12 October 1897

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