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SHIPPING.

POET OF AUCKLAND. Hien Water, Thii Bav: 4.G morn.: 4.39 even. The Sns.-Thls Day : Rises. 5.2; sets, 7.17. The Moon : New, 13th, 7.89 p m. s Wind, January 13: S. W., light. r Weatiiek, January 13: Fine. ARRIVALS. ' Hero, s.s . Logan, from svdney and Melbourne. Taranaki, s.s., Wheeler, from Southern porta (in the Manukau.j ES'TERED IMWARDS. Queen, schooner, 40 tons, Veale, from Russell. • Cargo : 70 tons coal. Mahurangi. cutter, 21 tons, Darroch. from Mahurangi Cargo : 4,0j0 feet timber, and 12 tons wood. CLEARED OUTW.VnDS. Mercury, cutter, 30 tons, Diaz, for Mercury Bay,. mth general cargo. Mahuiangi, cutter, 21 tons, for Mahurangi, with sundries. PASSEs<.;EII LIST. INWAIU'S. Per Hero, s s., From Melbourne: Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Pngall, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and family 4). Mr. and Mrs. Mennie. Mrs. Trvirie. Miss Whit«, Miss J. White, Miss Purcha-c, Miss E Purchase, the Hon. C J. Taylor, Messrs. D. Nathan. D White, Jnhn White, W Lambert, H. A. Kngall. S. Shann.in. From Sydney: Mr. and Mrs. Quint, Mrs. Wri ; :g, Mr atid »nd Mrs. liarnes. Miss Runt-r, Miss K. iruiiter. Messrs G. V. \Vi K ram. Walk.r, J W. Norris, E J. S. Eckrovd, A. Levi, S. Phillips, A. Brockstayno, and IS in the steerage. Per Taran-.ki, s s , from Southern ports: Mr. and TVlrs. Carr. Mr. and .Mrs. Marlin, Mr and Mrs. Took, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett. Miss Harrison, Miss Curtis. Miss Conn.ll, Miss Gilmore, Mrs. Hoop, Mrs hick, Messrs. Dick, Laishley, MoKenzio, Kev. Dr Kinder, Messrs. Hend.-rs.in, llMghton. Cox, Barker, Mithell, -Tiombes. Rev. McK:ic Chillincworth, Rogers, Be'l, McDonald, Lewissou (2), I'ass'nore, Windsor, lynch, Solomon. South, <.»ib~on, Seccomb, 1,-vy, W*-lls, "Weston, Scully, one nmive. steerage: Messrs. Hocking, Brown, Stevens, Hill. Allan, Collis, anil Casey. IMI'ORIS.

Per s.s. TTero, from Melbourne: 13 cases iron, 2 .casks zinc, 2 cans nails. 2 bundles ridge, 1 bundle fittings, 3 lengths pipe. 72 boil.r tubes, 12 plates, 99 bars iron, 6 kegs rivets, 1 c-sk rivets, 1 ca-e gauges, Fraser and Tinne : 2 rase-, He k.-th and Richmond ; 5 cases, 3 jars, Hami'twi Hrothers; 10 ca:cs sewing machines, G. M. Aldri h: 13 cases scwinir machines, Winks and Hall: 4 cases. 1 keg, J. C. Sharlanil: 50 cases geneva, H. S. Meyers an.l Co.: 2 cases. 1 pari:e\ Upton and Co.: 1 rasu"mineral water. 2 pauknzes saddlery, M W. Forster; 100 half-chests tea. < 'wen and • Graham; Ohhds. ale and porter, F. Wint-r: 4 packages boots, I) Gittos: 4 box type. Southern Cross; 1 case shellic, 7 cases capsules, &c, K.mipthorne and Co.; 1 case. D. Gardin-r; 16 bundles iron, 1 baif thimbles, H. F Anderson and Co.; 15 cases oil. 3 9 bundles steel, 1 parcel. T."' and S.' Jlorrin': 35 bundles hoop iron, 15 bundles hoop iron. 40 bars iron, 7 cases iron. 13 oases ha-dware, 6 casks hardware, 15 cases castor nil, 25 toxes tin platrs, K. Porter and Co.; 2 bains paper bags, 6 qr.-c.tsks wine, 2 qr.-casks vinegar, 27 cases brandy, 55 ca<es grocari-s, 50boxes candl-s, 9 casks blacking, 40 bags sugar, 300 bags rice. 49 half-chests tea, 100 boxes tea, J. C Morrin; 40 boxes candles, 100 bags r ce, 120 cases brandy, 2i> cases sardines, 10 cases sarsapari.la. 9 casks blacking, Lewis Urothers; 10 casks currants, i>2 halfcheste tea. 75 bags sugar, 5 cases tobacco,- 10 boxes tobacco, John Buchanan: 0 cases tobacc, 20 casks currants, 100 bags rice. 25' i po.kets siwar, 130 hoxes tea, H B. Morton; 200 b.gs nee, Owen and Graham: 41 cases groceries, 10cisks currants, l"ca-ks carbo 'ate SOda, 70 bags rice, G. Sibbin: 1 bar steel, 00 b.r3 iron, 3 cases sundries, 39 ke.-s nails, 20 cases castor oil. 34 coils rope, stone Brothers; 1 k.g, 4 cases, 20 cases geneva, 117 ha f-chests ten, Cruickshank and Co.: 150 boxes tea, 150 bass rice, G. W. Owen; 1 case gratings, ITicholls and Gilbert: 10 cases chicory, 34 bags coffee. 17 bass pepper and cloves. 10 boxes" tobacco, 3 cases -cocoa, 3 cases confectionery, 70 half-chests 12 boxe-, tea. Brown, Barrett and i.:0.: 1 case drapery. R. Me Kay: 20 crates bottles, W. J. Cawkwrll; 7 cases sundries, B. Gittos; 5 cases fuze, J. Renshaw; 20 ):egs nails, 18 ovens. 3 packnges hardware I and J. Dickey; 2 cases varnish, 2 cases paint. 10 firkins lead, 2]packasei sundries, 3 drums spirits. Holland <te Bmler; 10 half-chests tea, E. hllingham: 10 half-ch.sts tea, 1 box Chinese good 3, .'ohn Ah Kew; C drums oil, Ireland Brothers: 5 boxes tobacco, 4 half-chests tea, Clo:e Brothers; 6 ha f-cliests t.ta. 1 case tea, lOhalfchests tea, 30 boxes tea, W. Graham; 5 oases Osli G ■ chests candles, 50 boxes candles, 10 barrels ciuiMnts, F. E. Compton; 2 h-Of-chests t.a, Bishop of Auokla-d; * cases hardware, J -lacey; 1 box, H. H. Bart'ett; S cases wine, J. W. Hall and 0..; 2 packages, G. Akers; 1 case isinglas3 Smith and < o.; 1 case isinglass, Rura'l and w'atsnn: 10 cases geneva, Hancock: 2 qr.-casks wine, Browu, Campnell and Co 1 parcel, J. Smart and To.; 1 parcel, 'Japtain Rowan; 1 parcel. S. Young: 1 parcel, w. Fitz.erild: 37 sheep, C. J. Taylor: 5 casks vinegar, 10 cases brandy, 1 bile corks, 4 cases sundries, 1 0 cases fruit, 20 casks t'eacle. SU4 packages sugar, irler. Sydney cargo: 1 parcel, D. G. Macdonal.l; 1 parcel, .Jno. Buchanan; 6 pacxar;es, Cruickshank nnd Co.; 4 cases books, E. Lusk; 50 cases brandy, 50 cases cordials, J. C. Morrin; 1 case soft goods, Me Arthur, Shera, and Co.: 1 ease, H. M. Jervi>; 60 cai.-sacid. Bank of N'ihZealand: 1 case drapery, Stew.rt and Anderson: 24 coils rope. J. R. Roberts; 1 package leather. B. Gittos; 600 felloes, Ooldie: 75 case* fruit, X. W. Ea-n: G cases fruit, H. C'anham; i>9 cases fruit, W. Marshall; 100 cases fruit, R. Artliur; 1 case. 11. Gafll'!..n:2<Mu..« boots, J. Hocre; T cas**,*"Wilkinson; 15 chess Lime juice, 24 casks bouled be.-r, 11. .-. Meyers; 10S bags maize, 3 horse dr ys, 2 cases drapery, 1023 gunnies sugar, 1 case treacle, order.

VESSELS IN HARROUR. Steamers: Hero. Governor Ulackall. .-hips: Chile, Htndostan. Burynes: Glenhuntly, Lady Agues. Xaworth. Amateur. Brig : Albion. Schooners: Southern Cross, Jessie Niccol, Flirt, Edith, Augusta. PRI > J KCT KB I) KP \ RT IT E RS. Southern- Pokts.—Taranaki, s.s , Monday next. Kandavu.—Mail steamer Governor Blackall, to day, at noon. London.—Chile and Hiodostan, ships, early. &US3ELL and the Nokth.—Eowena, s.s., Monday nest. Sydney axd Melbourne.—Hero, s.s., Saturday, at noon. Tauranoa.—=outhcrn Cross, s.s., this afternoon. Napieii.— star of the South, s.s., on Monday next Napieh.—Merlin, s.hoonrr. to-day. Newcastle.—Albion, brig, to-morrow, Glenhuntley, barque, early. VKSSELS RXPRCTED. Star of the South, s.s . from Fiji. Pretty Jace, s.s., from Dunedin. Wftve Queen, ship, from L-indou; sailed Oct 14. Anazi, barque, from London; sailed October 31. Lauderdale, ship, from London; sailed October 10. Queen of th-> Age. ship, from London; sailed Nov. Norham Castle, ship, from London; loiding. Crisnna, barque, from Sydney; sailed December 12. Empreza, harque, from Liverpool; sailed uctober 15. O. R. Strickland, barque, from Liverpool. Beatrice, barque, from New Y. rk, via Adelaide; sailed August 7. Kyno, brigantine, from LytMton; sailed Jan. 9. D»untless, schooner, from New Caledonia. The s.s. Southern Cross will leave this afternoon for Tanranga. The schooner Clyde will leave at noon to-day for 'VT'&Qgarel. The schooner Queen will leave this evening for Enssell. The following vessels entered outwards at the Customs yesterdiy:-Governor Rlackall, s.s., for Kanflavu and Albion, brig, for Xewi-a.-,tie. The yacht- Ripple and Dart will be s"ld by auction on Saturday next, at Me3,rs. S. Cochrane and Sons' mart. We learn by telecram that the Thames, barque which left thii port on the 22nd July l;.st, has .irriv.d at her destinat'on. The ship Hylton castle, which saUed on the 12th August, has also arrived at London. The smart American-built brigantine Augusta, 137 tons, is for sale by private treaty. She w.is built in 1872, at Portland. <>rcg»n: is a remnrkably fist «all«r. and carr'esa large ergo on a very light draught of water: th.-so qua ilications rendering her suitable fo.the coasting trad.;. The following coa.-ers arrived in harbour yesterday: —Matakani, ctitt-r, from Matakana, with Hrcwooil; Susan, schooner, from Waiheke, with lireivood: .Spey, cutter, from Maraetai, with wool. St.; Bessy. schooner, from Waikawau, with firewood; Alarm cutter, from .Manuapai, wiih ston , gum, &c. The s.s. Taraiaki arrived iu the Mmukau yesterday morning from Southern ports. She left Dunedin on the Bth. Lyttelton on the Oth, Wellington on ihe 10th, Picton on ihe 11th, Nelson on the 12th, a d Tftranaicl on the 13th, arriving in Onehi-nga at 7 a.m. yesterday. We are indebted to Mr. J. C. Edminstou, purser, for our files and oth.-r favours. of the Auckland Steam I'acUet Company, we are re- • quested to menti.-n that the «.s. Prett> .lane has lie- n purchased -or the tr ide between this port and Povert Bay. The streamer purchased laelv for Mr. Uatt is coming from S'lUth Shields, by way of the Cape of Good nope, and will call at N-wcastle for a cargo of coal for the comptny. She is IS tons larger than HiStar of the -outb. ncirly 100 ton ; register. Another new steamer of «bout 350 tons will also be purchased to take up the irade. The steamship Hero, Captain T. Logan, arrived in harbour yesterday morning at daylight, from Melbourne and Sydney, she left Hobson's Hay at 2.15 on tho 3rd instant, and entered Sydney Heads at 2.47 a.m. on the 6th, and arrived at the ilraftonWharf at 335 The Hero lefr Sydney and c'car d the Heads at 5 45 p.m., on the 7th inst.mt; rounde I the North Cnpe .it 7 a.m. on the 13th, and arrived in harbour yesterday morning at 4.15 a.m. On the p issage across the II« ro experienced fresh south-east wind, head sea, and fine weathi-r throughout We are indebted to llr. Cogswell, purser, for prompt delivery of our Hies anil other favors. The Hero will leave again for Sydney at noon on Saturday n^xt. The branch mail .-teamcr Governor Blaekall will sail punctually to her advertised date. num. ly noon to-day. The a ent* of the mail service havo received no instructions liy the H'ro as to any attention of time in the d |iarture of the mail steam-r from -ydnev, probably fiom the fact thita state of uncertainty prevailed owing to Mm non arrival of the Mkado. It was known in Sydney, however, that a hitch might occur, and nrrangeiiients were entered into to despatch the s s City of Melbourne in her place should the Mikado not arrive in timo. The Ciiy .if Mi-lhourne had iust ■ ompleted her repairs, and would lie rna.ly for sea There is no doubt, therefore, that at tho last moment she "ill take the place of the Mikado, and proceed with the mails to Sau Francisco via Kandavu. Under the c rcuini>taiices, the depaitur- of tho Governor Blackall from this port will not be deUycn; and as previously stated she will sail at noon to-.lay, taking the N' ew Zealand portion of the San Francisco m»il. SYDNEY SHIPPING. The mail steamer Mikado will not be able to leave Sydney at her appointed time, as she had not arrived there on the 7th inst. It is probable that the City of Melbourne will supply her place The brig Derwent .irriveil at Sydney, from Kaipara, OH the oth instant, after a passage of eleven days.

The brig Tower Hill left Adelaide for Sydney, with a cargo of wheat, on the 27th December. H M S Basilisk arrived at Sydney on the 6th inst., from the Fijian Group. She was to be placed in drydock, preparatory to resuming her surrey of tho New Guinea coast. The ship tlydaspes is loading at the Circular Quay, Sydney, for London, .-he will sail next month. Passengers for home can book from Auckland through hv her, en application to Messrs. L. D. Nathan and Co. The steamship Olngo was announced to leave Melbourne for the Bluff immediately on tho arrival of the Enelish mail, expected on or about the 10th of "•rheTnndon Mission Society's missionary barque John Williams arrived at Sydney on the Oth instant from a nine months'cruise, during which she visited the statins of the London Missionary Society at the following gronps of isla»ds in *h. »enth Taciflc:The Anstral, Society, Hwvey. Penrhyns Mamhiki, Raaraansa, Danger Isles, lavage Island[.the f>»«sators, the EUice Group, tho Kingsrnills, and the Loyalties. She has called <it flfty-llve places, and anrlmred i-Icven times; the whole of the time at anchor has been thirty days; twenty-one <">!/ been working days; fifty-two days have been spent Iving off ardnn, with tne boats in communication with tho shore; and frequently on night duty. Of the nine months and nine days absent from this port the ship has been underway elsht months and over She i<. last from Apia, Navigntors Islands having left that port on the 17h December. Luht and favourable winds have prevailed during the passage, anl line u-oifiinr nn to Fv-.liipv Mends which she signalled on U.e evon ng of the Ml instant. The only vessel iu plrt at Aptt when the John Williams left, was the Iserbrook, from the Line Islands. TELEGRAPHIC SniPPINTJ. Nelson, January 14. The s.s. Wellington arrived from the North early this morning. Lyttei.tox, January 14. Sailed: Kate Drain, for Kα!para; Phcofce, for North, cie-ircrt: Cyrenc and Woodbine, for Newcastle. The Ladybird sails North to-morrow at 4 p.m. llokitika, January 14. The s.s. Tararua arrived here at S p.m. last night from Melbourne, with a supplementary ma ; l via Suez. She left at 7 o'clock this morning for Grcymouth.

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SHIPPING., New Zealand Herald, Volume XI, Issue 3799, 15 January 1874

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