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SHIPPING.

.-.-' — ['<'•'>'[ ♦_. .'"'■ '.; HIQH WATER. To-MORRpw. Talaroa'Head: 10:41 ■ tj£- 11.15 p.m.r Port Chalmers: 11.21 ».m., 1155 rxml Uu. > eoir.: O.G a.m., 0.40 p.m. ..-..-.. : ~ . - —: : ..*... r- : ■;,.-. PORT CHALMERS. : -,. : AKRIVED.-NovEMDEn 3. • . Corinna, s.s,", 86S tons, Spence, from West'port via Oamaru. Passengers: Misses Mbnsbn, Stewart, Mesdames Piper and son, Solomon, Stewart, Messrs JJickson, lugs ; andseven steerage. i Manapouri, s.s., 1,020 tons, Gibb, from, Melbourne via. Hobart and tho Bluff. Passengers; Misses Huddle,. Black, Kearney, Leary, Jones. Le Karon, Moorhouse, Mesdames Shacklock, Sinclair, Adams,- Learjv Jones and child, Camtibell and child, Messrs Edwards, Shacklock, M Lean, Sinclair, Curtay/Andrews, Adams, Fairweattjer, Hewitt, tittlejonn, Neville,' St'dck Lindsay, Worsley, Denny, Birkwell; Loury:. - 1 •-" '"- SAILED.—NoyEMBERi!■•'-!'.'/'.' : ; Nairnshire, 5.8., 5,100 tons, Olson, for London. Casa Blanca, barque, 669 tons, Cantley,' for Auckland.- •'■-!;' :•'■.-. ..:--• >:-.-:- . ■-• The Rotorua..was floated out of-the graving dock yesterday afternoon,".and her place wis taken up by the Kawatin. •■;•■;■•" •-- . . * from Westport via Oamaru, arrived early this morning, and was berthed at the Bowen pier, to discharge some fifty tons coal. She left Westport on the 28th ult., called at" Welhngton-on the 30th, Lyttelton on the Ist inst., ln }aru and Oamaru on the 2nd, leaving the latter port at 8.40 p.rn.-yesterday,'arriving as above. the bhire line steamer_ Nairnshire left the George street p.ier at 8 a.m..to-day for Loudon with the-following 'cargo :-I,BSB bales, wool, 210 do sheepskins, 191 do rabbitskins Bdo tags; 56 do leather, 22 do basils, 7 do hair, 112 do horns and bones, 7u pelts, 794. do tallow, 50 eases casings, 1,212 cases meats, 12 sacks oats, 22 packages sundries, lease containing ribbon fish 16ft in length, 31,738 carcasses mutton, 5,173 crates rabbits, .1 do poultry, 10 pigs, 110 crates plucks, j2, noys ' '■* do mutton, 502 boxes butter, and 87 crates of hares. Of this she took on board at lownsville: 174 cask tallow, 200 cases meats, 1 package sundries. At Rockampton: 840 bales wool, 112 do horus and bones, 370 casks tallow; 500 cases meats. At Timaru : 152 bales- wool, 3casks pelts, 14 cases casings, 10;i74 carcasses mutton, 3 crates poultry, 77 do hares, 1 package. At the Bluff: 501 bales wool, 87 do sheepskiin, 78 do rabbitskins, 23 casks pelts, 229 casks tallow .«> cases casings, 475 do meats, 12 Backs oats. At Port Chalmers: 395 bales wool, 12*3 do sheepskins, 113 do rabbitskins, 8 do rags, 66 do leather, 22 do basils, 4 do hair, 44 casks pelts. 21 do tallow, 55 cases meats, 13 packages sundries, and 1 case containing ribbon fish. The barque Casa Blanca was towed to sea this forenoon, and sailed With a cargo of produce for Auckland. The Flora is receiving a thorough overhaul at the Bowen pier. The Mauaponri arrived at the Dunedin wharf at fv ail ?ii 0 " dajr - She leffc Melbourne at 53 p.m. on the 27th ult., passed Swan Island at 1.30 p.m. on sS5i. 23t , and arrivert at Hobart at 5.45 a. m. on the £)th ; left again at 6.30 p.m. same day, passed the bolanders at 1.40 a.m. on the Ist inst., and airived at the Bluff at 6.15 p.m. • left again at 6.30 p.m. on the 2nd inst., and arrived as above. She had fresh westerly winds and sea from Melbourne to £, BI UH' thence light variable winds to arrival. Ihe Hinemoa, from the North, arrived at Port Chalmers at 1.30 this afternoon. She will visit all the Southern lighthouses and the West Coast Sounds. Shippers should have their cargo ready for shipment at Port Chalmers to-morrow, the 4th. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Wednesday, November 3. LYiTF.LTON.--Waihora arrived 8 a.m. from Terr/ Chalmers; sails 7 v>.m. for Wellington Welunciton -Takapuna arrived 6 a.m. from New Plymouth. . . . . Napieu.—Brunner sailed noon for Wellington'"'' land' SHOIISF ' Ana " Sa ' led 10 a ' ni - for Auck: THE DIRECT STEAMERS. London, November 1.-The s.s. Tongariroand Kakaia have arrive', and landed their frozen meat cargoes in perfect condition. Cape Town, November 1.-Waikato, s.s., for Auckland. ' ' The Rimutakn, from Hobart, arrived at Wellington this afternoon. SHIRE LINE OF STEAMERS. . The s.s. Perthshire arrived in London on the Ist TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. n AnniVALS.-November 3: Lyttelton, 7.40 a.m., Waihora, from Port Chalmers. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, November 2. The Keripoke, a steamer well known in Auckland, had a narrow escape while crossing the Mokau bar, on the West Uoast, last Saturday. A heavy sea broke on board, stove in the. bridge, and washed a man overboard. Captain Jonas threw him a line/and he was hauled on board again. A large quantity at water got below, and at .one: time there was. 2ft of water in the stokehole. " •:::'• - Napieu,, November. 2.—lndramayo, iorLyttelWellington, November 2.-Omapere and Penguin, from the South. November 3: Takapuca.'from Onehunga.—Tutanekai and Rotoinahana, from the S^uth. Oamaru, November 2.-Cortnna, for Dunedin. Sydney, November 2.-Frank Guy, from Kaipara. m N F% ST K November 2. Pareora, for the Bluff.-Sir John Franklin and Rio, for Napier. Bluff, November 3. Woosung, barque, for Sydney. '

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SHIPPING., Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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SHIPPING. Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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