PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVE!).—November 13. Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, from Waikawa. Isabella Anderson, schooner, 79 tons, Lang, from Kaipara. Pareora. s.s., 350 tons. Christian, from the Bluff. Wakatipn, s.s., 1,258 tons, Newton, from Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers: Mesdames Fraser and infant, Roxburgh and boy, Batchelor, Benn, Cook and two children, Miss Batchelor, Messrs Jackson, Mumford, Kettridge, Kidd, Benn; and ten steerage. SAlLED.—November 13. Auriga, barque, 518 tons, Hayward, for Napier. Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Fortrose. A barque five miles north of Cape Sunders was reported at 9 a.m. to-day. | A large ship six miles N.E. of the Heads was reported this forenoon. She will probably be the Wellington, from Liverpool via Wellington, which left the latter port on the sth inst. THE MIOWERA. Wellington, November 13.—The Miowera, from Vancouver via Honolulu and Suva, arrived at 10.30 a.m. She experienced a series of strong gales between Vancouver and Honolulu. Her dates are: Vancouver, October 18; Honolulu 29th' Suva Bth November. She brings 850 tons of cargo for New Zealand and the following pasfenfers:— Mrs Bromwell, Messrs Troup. Smith, Ban rving, M'GUI, Leach. Judd, Hann, Barr, Manson. She also has thirty-five through passengers for Australia. • THE DIRECT STEAMERS. London, November 12,-Ruahine, from Wellington. ". . ...... TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. ARraVALS.-Novernber 12: Wellington, 8 p.m., Waimate, from Spit.—November! 13: Lyttelton, 8 a.m„ Mararoa, Jrom Wellington.—Timaru, 6 a.m„ Onau, from .DunedinirrLyttelton, 9.10 a.m., Te Anau,: from. Port;Chalmers.—Port Chalmers. 955 a.m., Pareora. from the Bluff.—Wellington, 11.30 a.m., Miowera, from Vancouver via Fiji.— Auckland, 11.30 a.m., Ovalau, from Fiji.—Wellington, 12.45 p.m., Aorangi, from Sydney. November 12: Lyttelton, 8.50 Sm., Waikare, for Wellington. —.Lyttelton, araroa, to sail 10 p.m. for Port Chalmers;
WEtiIJNOTOH, November li^tar'of. Englandand WauMte. fromNapitr.-Mararoa; forLyttelton and Duriedin. Passengers: "Misses Ireland, Xennpx, Patterson, .M'GilE Martiiv wwsd! Browning, Mesdames Yates, Hall 'and infant, ' PrancisrThomjsonr Tron'son, w imams,. Barker and four children:' Judie Wil--" • n^S. 8 ' MessrsMatheson,-;Gibbs/ Randersori &), Gibbs, Price, Thompson, Haggitt.-Tronson; Pirie, lneomin, Webb; and nineteen steerage.—November 13: Aorangi, from Sydney, at'hooni"'Passe*gers for New Zealand: Misses. Bestice (2), Moore, Buxton, Mrs- rHuddart, Grayson' haclier and; family, Peacock, Bristowe,'Buxton, Brown, Baldwin, Gardiner, 'Smith,' M'Lachlari, Mercer; Taylor, Stuart, Pearson, Daniell, i>empsey,-;Coates,-Mends, Howard, Bernie. : ' November ,13; from the Islands. Excelsior, barque, for Kaipara. Brunner, for the South.-Rotorua. for the South 1 . .Passengers: Miss Cunningham, Mrs Hogg, Messrs Hogg, Kingsley,.andßodson . Bluef, November 12.—Hinemoa, for Southern islands.—Pareora, steamer, for Dunedin.• Lyttklton. .November 13.—Te Anau, from Dunedin." . .: Invercargili,, -November 12.-' Invercargill. for Timaru via Stewart Island. - Melbourne, November 13.-Natal Queen, from Greymouth. _ . '
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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 10470, 13 November 1897
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