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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Taiar"» Head : 2.15 a.m 234 p.m. ""rt Uhalmprg : 2.55 a.m., 3.14 D.m. Duteiiii : 3.40 A.m.. 3.59 p.i. ' *. r-UKT CHALMERS. . ARRIVED- October 24. Wakatipu, s.s., 1.25S tons, Spinks, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. PassengersMesdames Bellamby, Gordon and two children, M Kinney, Hewitson, Misses Payne, M'Kinney Makohnson, Thomas. Rev. Mr Hewitson, Dr Orchard, Master M'Kinney, Me?srs Walsh. Parlane, Matheson, Knowles, Stenhouse, Lees • eighteen steerage. .Anglian, s.s., 1,354 tons, Waller, from Sydney y,'» the East Coast. Passengers: Misses White, i. 0 ."? 1"' £ art ' c ° ofc . Jlr and ,rs Kensington and child, Messrs Westcott, M'Keay, Westbrook, Duncan, Johnston, Chrisp, Dunlop, Beverley, Graham, Captain Popham ; nineteen steerage. Waikare, s.s.. 1,945 ton?, J. Anderson, from Sydney via Cook strait. Passengere: Mesdames Crawsnaw (2). M'Xeill, Lowe, Allen, Frew (2) Butter. Hislop, Blundell, Payne and two children, Williamson and two children, Graham Garrett and child, Rose, Reeves, Cox and chl i d ', .P, rm }?> , Macgregor, Brown, Hercus and child Mackenzie, Wilkins, Misses Davey, Campbell, Hay, Witt, Gemroell, Greie. Graham, Buchanan, Grant, Junker, M'Nall. Sinclair, Cree, Raider, Rose, Harlow, Ogilvie. Messrs Blundell Lusk, Knowles, Priestly, M'Nall. Ferguson, Cross, M. Innes, Morley. Davidson, Calvert and boy, Brown, Macgregor, Colvin, Milne, Joynt, Wilkin, 1 niton and boy, M'Vicar, Ross, Taine, Rev. Mr Mackenzie, Masters Stringer, Butler; and seventeen steerage. SAILED.-October 24. Herald, 5.5.,. 356 tons. Coulson, for the West Coast : October 25. Waikare, ss„ 1,945 tons, J. Anderson, for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. PassengersMisses O'Shea, Harris, V. Smith, M'Lean, Mesuames Hetzer, Mathew, M'Kenzie. Wood, Sniythe and. i-hild. Carmichael, Revs. A. H. Wallace, Mathers, Messrs. Duncan, Westbrook, Sniythe, J. H Dobbie. Wood, E. C. Hazlett, Joynt, g! Houston, Mathew, Rennick ; thirteen steerage. Gio Batta Beverino, barque, 1,157 tons, Serra for Newcastle.

The Waikare left Dunedin wharf this afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. During the week ended October 24 the followin? vessels had been at the Dunedin wharves*— Arrivals: Hauroto 1,276 tons, Rotorua *>76, Tarawera 1,876, Corinna 8:20, Inyercargill 138, Napier 48, Anglian 1,354, Wakatlpu 1,253, Waikare 1,901, Herald; 306; total, . 9,001 tons. Departures: Mararoa 1,381 tons, Hauroto 1.276, Invercareill W' 7?y}o' eT ?.h Z7 y> R °torua 576, Corinna 620, Herald 356: total, 5.821 tons. The barque Gto Batta Beverino was towed to sea this mommy, aud sailed for Newcastle (New South Wales), :

rl L e -f nslian, from Sydney via East Coast ports reached Dunedin at 2.15 p.m. yesterday. She left Sydney on the 13th inst, and experienced mode« rate to light winds throughout. The barque Tallisman was towed up to Dunedin this afternoon to discharge her cargo from IV ew York. The Wakatipu, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff, arrived at Port Chalmers at 1 a.m. yesterday. She left Melbourne at 2.30 p.m. on the loth. The Waikare, from Sydney, arrived at 4 p.m. on Saturday. She left Sydney on the 15th inst. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—October 21: Oamaru, late, Herald, from Dunedin.—October 25: Auckland, 1 a.m Waihora, from Sydney, with Brindisi mail; 1.30 p.m., Flora, from Fiji. Lyttelton, 12.15 p.m., Mataura, from Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

Auckland, October 23.—Upolu, from Tahiti and Raratonga.—Poberua, for Westport.—October 25 : Waihora, from Sydney. Passengers: Mr Laytor, Rev. Mr Hiddlestone, Mr Pickering. Melbourne, October 23. Manapouri, from Bluff.

Wellington, October 23. -Warrimop, for Suva, Honolulu, and Vancouver. Passengers from New Zealand: Saloon —Miss Winter, Rev. Mr Guy Messrs Hicks, Monaghan, Packard, Hales, Baker' Reynolds, Fanton, Diamond, Markham, Sheffield M Cormick. Williamson (2), Brander, Bristow, Renward. Clayton. Steerage—Messrs Campbell, Ntcholl, Moore, Gidlaw, Smart, Murphy, Hilton, M'Shay. Her cargo from here consists of 2CO carcasses mutton and a small line of general cargo.— Tarawera, for Sydney.—Penguin, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Misses Kissell, Thompson, MesdamesThompson, Kempson, Messrs Thompson, Hodgson, Anderson, Garland and child, Dinwiddi, Goodman, Hales. Piper, Lees, Ray, Hutchinson, Hall, Becknett, Alpie; seventeen steerage.—October 24: Rotorua and Te Anau, from the South.—Mataura, for Lyttelton.—Brunner, for Auckland via East Coast. Lytte TON, October 24.-lonic, from Wellington.—Pareora, for Svdney. Bluff, October 23. Taupo, for Napier via Oaniaru.—Wakatipu, for Dunedin. Sydney, October 24.—Talune, for Wellington.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10453, 25 October 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10453, 25 October 1897

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