PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED- November 21. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Invercargill, Napier, 8,8,, 48 to tin. Matheson, from Waikawa, .Anglian, g,b., 1,256 tons, Walter, from Sydney Via the East Const, Passengers: Rev. Mr and Mrs Soltau, Mr and Mrs Dimond and child, Messrs Conn, Wilkie, Anderson, Allen, Campbell, plvln, Jones, Misses Hay, Thornton, Thomson, nclair, Bundell, and sixteen steerage. SAlLED.— November 21. Herald, s.s., 356 tons, Coulson, for Qreymouth Oamaru and Northern ports, orinna. s.s., 820 tons, Spence, for the West Coast via Tlmarn. Pukaki, s.s., 917 tons, Anderson, for Timaru. November 22. Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Fortrose. Monowai, s.s., 2.271 tons, Chatfield, for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. Passengers: Mesdames Cleghorn, Soltau, Messrs Edgar, F. B. Stephens, D. L. Matheson, Soltau, J. Blythe, Fink, Cleghorn ; and eleven steerage. Timaru, dredge, 50 tons, Clarkson, for Timaru. The ketch Gratitude, for the safety of which some anxiety was felt, arrived at Westport after a tempestuous passage of twenty-four days from Macquarie Island. Mr J. H. Smith, chief officer of the. barque Barline, has passed his examination as a'master. Mr J. T. Wilson, late chief officer of the s.s. Taieri, has also passed the master's examination. The barque Cornuvia, in ballast from Wellington, arrived at Port Chalmers on Saturday afternoon. The Invercargill arrived yesterday mrrning. She left Invercargill on Thursday, reached Cromarty next morning, called at the Bluff, Paterson Inlet, and Stewart Island, where she took in 35,000 ft timber. The Anglian, from Sydney via the East Coast, arrived at Port Chalmers at 12.45 p.m. yesterday. She left Sydney on tho 10th inst. and Auckland on the 16th inst. The dredge Timaru was floated out of tho graving dock on Saturday evening and sailed for Timaru. The barque Hudson was taken into the graving dock this forenoon for cleaning and painting. The new funnel has been shipped on the Flora. The ship Invercargill, from Glasgow, was reported passing the Nuggets this forenoon. The question of improving the light on Soames Island, in Wellington Harbor, has been settled. The Government offered, if the Harbor Board would pay part of the cost of replacing the present sixth order light by one of the second order, to provide a lantern. The cost of the improvements including a new tower, is estimated at £1,300. The Government will give the lantern used at Farewell Spit, and the Harbor Board have voted £BOO towards the cost of the conversion. The Pukaki discharged timber this forenoon into the railway trucks at the George street pier During the week ended November 21 the following vessels had been at the Dunedin wharves Arrivals: Wellington 1.145 tons, Invercargill 123 (twice), Talune 1,303, Corinna 820. Rotorua 576, Pukaki 917, Herald 356, Monowai 2,137, Napier 48, Anglian 1,256; total, 8,804 toes. Departures t Taranaki 1,130 tons, Mararoa 1,381, Wakafcipu 1,258, Invercargill 123, Talune. 1,303, Zior 63. Rotorua 576, Corinna 820, Herald 356. Pukaki 917; total, 7,927 tons. MOVEMENTS OF THE U.S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET FOR THE WEEK ENDING NOVEMBER 27. Monday. Monowai sails for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart. Wednesday.— Tarawera ar i ves from Melbourne via Hobart and Bluff.—Brunner arrives from Westport via Coast. Rosamond arrives from Greymouth via Lyttelton. Thursday. Te Anau arrives from Auckland via East Coast. —Tarawera sails for Sydney via Cook Strait,—Brunner sails for Greymouth via Timaru. Friday.— Te Anau sails for Auckland via East Coast. Saturday. Waikare arrives from Sydney via Cook Strait. MOVEMENTS OP UNION S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET. Monday, November 22. Lyttelton.— Penguin sails 6 p.m. for Wellington. B Nelson.— Mnhinapua sailed 4 p.m. for New Plymouth.—Waimn sails 6 p.m. for Wellington. Napier.— Omapere sailed noon for Gisborne.— Te Anau sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington. Auckland. —Waihora arrived 10 a.m. from Sydney. - TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.— November 21;. Auckland, 3 p.m., Poherua, from Fiji.—Oamaru, 11 p.m., Herald from Dunedin.—November 22: Timaru, 6 a.m. VSrinna, from Dunedig.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS. ■ Wellington, November 22. —The Gothic left Cape Town on Saturday morning. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, November 19.— Hauroto, from Fiji. r-November 20; To Anau, for the South. Passengers: Misses Rolleston, Wilkin, Oughton, Flynn, Mesdamca Rolleston, Gray, Duncan and two children, Messrs Duncan. Gray, Gages, Wardrop, Boswell, Stephenson, Thomson, Meiklejohn j and twenty in the steerage. ■ Auckland, November 22.—10.10 a.m.,'Waihora, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdames. Baker and Wilson, Messrs Brocknoff, Blackmore, Wilson (3), Luck, Craig, Williams, Melon, Paterson, Watson, Rev. Mr Burke, Dr Irving. Wellington, November 22,—Hauroto, from Auckland. Sydney, November 22.—Sailed (Saturday), Star of New Zealand, for Auckland.
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