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To-morrow. —Taiaroa Road: 3.37 a.m., 3.59 p.m. Port Chalmers : 4.17 a.m., 4.39 p.m. Dm * edin : 5.2 a.m., 5.24 p.m


SAlLED.— October 27. Wakatipu, s.s., 1,258 tons, Spinks, for Sydney via Wellington. Passengers: Miss Gunn, Mesdames Valentine,: Milner, Messrs W. Milner, Valentine, Hartley, E. T. Apps, W. T. Garrett, R. S. Sutton, Hannah, Neave; and thirteen steerage.

The Monowai was floated out of the graving dock this morning and her. place -taken by the Wakatipu. Captain Falconer, of the Torpedo Corps, leaves Wellington by the Hinemoa on Friday.for.the purpose of blowing up the rock in Bluff Harbor on which the Monowai struck some time aeo. The American steamship St, Louis, which arrived at Southampton on September-8 from New York, made the voyage across in 6d 10b 14min, which breaks all previous records for the "herring pond." The barque Talisman has put out about 300 tons of cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The barque Ben Nevis is to sail for Wellington on Saturday next. - The barque Casa Blanca has taken In a quantity of cargo at the Rattray street'wharf for Auckland. The next vessels expected are the Agnes Lilian, ninety-seven days out from London, and the Norua, 106 days, from New York. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.— October 27: Lyttelton, 8.50 a.m., Anglian, from Port Chalmers.—lnvercargill, 12.30 p.m., Invercargill, from Dunedin. Departures. October 27: Lyttelton, 3.45 p.m., Rotorua, for Port Chalmers. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS, Auckland, October 26.—Mararoa, for Sydney. Kaipara Heads, October 26—Jasper, for Malden Island. Wellington, October 26.—Corinna, from the South.—Rotorua, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. Passengers: Misses Browning and Flannery, Mesdames Green, Robertson, M'Dougall and family, Hendry, Messrs M'Vicar, Todd, Qilligan, Banneter, Ryan, Queely, Dnrran.; and eleven steerage. Takapuna, for, Lyttelton. Passengers Misses Johnston, Atkinson, Rev. Mr Cox, Messrs Black, Norris, Butcher (2), Hamilton, Gott, Dillon; and ninesteeraee. Bluff, October 26.— Waikave, for Melbourne via Hobart.

Lyttelton, October 27.—Anglian, from Dunedin.

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SHIPPING., Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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