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man wathr. To-morrow. Taisri* Head • 7.37 *.e\ , 8.10 p.m. fr.rt tThßlmers: 8.17 a.iD., 8.50 p.m Dun•>d:-> : 9.2 ..m.. 9.32 p.v. PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED.-October 17. Monowai, s.s.,- 2.217 tons, Chatfield, from Sydnev via Wellington and Lyttelton. Passengers : Misses Moore 12), Allan (2), Hegartv, White, Gibson. French, Mesdames M'Donald, Thompson, Esau, Hegarty, Wood, Gibson, Walker. Messrs Suttor. Rooke, Moore, Barry, Walker, Pearson, Bell, Washburn, Wood. Penwick. Rattray, A. E. Nottingham, M'Dougall, W. L. Phillips, Shields, J. M'Lellan ; and twenty steerage. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Anthony, from Sydney via East Coast. Passengers: Misses Allen, Bennett, Mitchell, M'Alley, Mackay, Roche, Mills, Kempthorne. Mesdames A. Reid, Stewart, Morton and infant, Evans, servant, and three children, Findlay, Wiffen, Forsyth, Hutton, P. Smith, Sraellie, Messrs Absolum. Ilbert, Wingfield. G. Calder, Wills, Maher, G. ff. Scales, Wilson. C. J. Robinson, T. J. Nathan. F. Dick, Forsyth, Davey, Hall, Brown. Reid, R. Williams, Plunkett, Ham, Reid, Smellie, Master Watson; twenty-five steerage. Invercargill, 136 tons, Sundstrum, from the South. October 18. Hauroto, s.s., 1,276 tons, Fleming, from Auckland. ' SAILED.-October 17. Manapoari, s.s., 1,020 tons, Gibb, for Melbourne'via the Bluff and Hobart. Passengers: Mioses M'AUey, Gilchrist, Robertson, Henderson, H. Durie, Kearney (2), Mesdames Paton, J. CShort, Neilson. A. Barr, Shields, H. Friedlander, Marton and child, Messrs R. Andrew. P. Barr D. Paton. Gibbs, Rook, Lubecki, W. P. Watson, J E. Meloy, J. Farra. W. J. Gray, Rosnian. "Maher. M. Horsley, J. M. Dick, W. A. Shields, H. M'Cullocb, J. K. Mills, Pateison, H. J. Ulph, Hutton ; eleven st-.erage. The Rotomahana was floated out of the Braving dock this morning, and her place taken up by the barque Casa Blanca. Mr D. Paton, late chief engineer of the Talune, left yesterday by the Manapouri en route for Glasgow to take charge of one of the company's new boats. The M .nowai, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton, arrived alongside the George street pier at 9.30 a.m. yesterday. She left Sydney at 6.40 p.m. on the Bth inst. The Tarawera, from Sydney via the East Coast; arrived at a.m. yesterday. She left Sydney at 5 p.m. on the 6th. .:. The Invercargill arrived at Rattray street wharf at 1 p.m. yesterday. The Manapouri loft the Bowen pier yesterday afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. . _ ••..■- The Hauroto arrived at the Dunedin wharf at 7.30 a.m. to-day. She left Auckland on the 14th inst., passed Castle Point at 8.30 a.m. on the 16th inst., thence had strong southerly winds with a heavy swell down the coast, passed Akaroa at 9.30 P-m- oi the 17th inst., and entered Otago Heads at 3.30 a.m. yesterday. The barque Casa Blanca was towed to Port Chalmers this morning, and will be docked for sighting and cleaning. The Monowai Bteamed up from Port Chalmers this mornuig and landed cargo at the tongue MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Monday, October 18. Blofp.—Manapouri arrived 6 a.m. from Port Chalmers ; sailed 3 p.m. for Hobart LYTTELTON.-Omapero sailed 1 p.m. for Wellington. Nelson.-Wainui sailed 1 p.m. for Picton.— Mahinapua sailed 1 p.m. for New Plymouth. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Wellington, October 17.-Mataura, from London via way ports. Passengers: Bisley rifle team and eleven of the New Zealand mounted contingent, and 112 in the steerage. Two 1 days after leaving Cape Town the intermediate cylinder cover broke, necessitating altering the eDgines into compound, which caused a largely increased consumption of coal. The vessel, therefore had to call at Albany to replenish her bunkers. ' The lonic arrived at Wellington from London this morning. She brings 149 passengers. For Dunedin—Misses Haynes.and Cree, Messrs Logan and Haynes; and eleven in the steerage For Oamaru—Miss White. For the Bluff—Mr Zures " * Miss M'Donald. N ... ,' The Kaikoura left Plymouth for Wellington on Saturday " -. .. ■'' '"'■ ■ SB

1 u boa M ■4f ■ 4f Arrivais.—October 18:, Bluff ~6 a.m., Manapouri, from 'PoTt Chalmers.—Wellington; 7.30' ajn., lonic, from London via Hobart.—Auckland, 10a.m., Waimate,-from Dunedin. Departures.—October 18:, Bluff,, 350 v.m.; Manapouri, for Hobart.. ..-.., ......i. ■■.-. SHIPPING '<■ ■}•'■ ■■■■ Wellington! October 10.-Taiune, from the ; South.—Beech wood, barque. Captain Evans, 124 days out from New; York.:- She has part'cargo for Lyttelton.—The ship Wellington, from Liverpool, which was blown off the Headasome days-agq, arrived in the harbor this aft?rrioon.—Talune, for Sydney.—October 17":: Rotdrua, Te Anau, and Hinemoa, from the South./ _.'.' •„.■■. Bluff,-October 18. t for Sydney via Oamaru, Timaru, and Lyttelton.—October 18: Manapouri, from Dunedin. ■ Lyttelton,. October. 16.-Barque Lutterworth, from Liverpool.Sydnev. October I6:-Waikare. for Wellington. Hon. C. C. Bowen K M.L.C, returning from a visit to England, is a passenger.—October 17: Arrived,. Waihora. -- ■••■•■ .Melbourne, October 17.-Wakatipit, for the Bluff. -•:-. - ■••

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SHIPPING., Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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