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SHIPPING.

IIIQH VTatf.k to-day.—Auckland : 11.20—11. W ~ Manukau : 2.15— 2.44 3d".—F-iVts. 6.23 ; sets, ">.23. MO'-IT. —Full, 31st, ISh. 2Gm. ARRIVALS. August 23. lona, s.s., Stephenson, from Russell and Northern ports.—A. McGregor, agent. Anne Milbank, b.s., Anderson, from Whangarei and Mangapai.—J. Casey, agent. Myrtle, brigantine, Lane, from ToDga and Samoa. Passengers: Mrs. Lano and two cliiliron, Mr. and Mrs. Cocker, Father Larnage and native servant, Messrs. Birkett, Sinn>son, and Hall.—Win. McArthur and Co., agents. AUGUST 24. Iris, cutter, "Wilson, from Mangawm. Waster, agent. . Hawea, s.s., Kennedy, from Kussell.—Lmon Steamship Company, agents. D E P A K T URES. AUGUST 24. . C eti, s.s., McArthur, for Waitara (from the Mauukau)!- Coupland and Co., agents. ENTERED INWARDS. Lapwing, brigantine, 245 tons, Falconer, from Newcastle. CLEARED OUTWARDS. Eiiz* Mary, brigautine, ICI tons, Arndt, for Dunedtii. - Kover, schooner, 33 tons, Armstrong, for schooner, 3G tons, Cockfield, for Port Charles. I'HO.TECTED DEPARTURES. Lo>'; in X. —Barque Loch Dee. 25th. Nhw Plymouth and South. — S.?. Waitaki, Wednesday. _ TaUHANGA, GISBOIiNE, A>" 1) SOUTHEUN PORTS. S.s. LI are en, to-day. ~ r , Ragi.an".—S.s. Lai la Rookh. from Manukau, eariy ; Mersey, cutter, early. HC3SEI.I.. —S.S. lona, to-day. — S.s. Anne Skilbank, to-daY, s.s. Argyle, Tuesday. IAUr.ASGA.—S.s. Glenelg, Wednesday. New Cai.f.oon-ta.—Schooner Atlantic, early. Fur - Brigautine Meg Merrilies, to-morrow. G!3BOR>E, NiriEß, &C.-S.S. Southern Cross, Uew Plymouth, Wanganci, Jcc.—S.s. Oreti, early. „ „ , Waii-u and Masgawai.-I\s. Tongariro, early. VESSELS EXPECTED. H.I.G.M. s. Bismarck, from Samoa and Sydney, Waikato, ship, MFKY, from London, to sail June. Jessie Headman, ship, from London, sailed cud of July. -.1 K : ldonan, barque, H3BD, from London, saue.l May 4. Fernglen, ship, "vvtdh, from London. Giiy of Agra, from London ; sailed May 2<. Fairicnotb, sbip, fr.mi London; sailed May 2<l. Don Guilienno, barque, lillMC, from Glasgow. Glimpse, b.uque, iron- Newcastle, early. &a •lia lt"M. b.rque, H.«w, from I»e\v low, Bailed Juno 14. Liz?.is licll, barque; from London, to sail m

June. , Sea Shell, barque, from O.imaru, early. __ Lebu. liArqut. :"ioni London, sailed end July. Ned Vhit.-, I'liSi f 10,11 the South. Svren, bri". from Sydney, early. Darcy Pratt. brigantine, from Oamaru, sailed. Ethel, brigantine, from Timaru, sailed. Oceola, brigantine, from South. Oainfiru» biigantinc, freni Sydney, early. Colonist, schooner, from Islands, early. Madona, schooner, from Islands, early. Estelle, schooner, from Oamarn, early. Rona, schooner, from Oamaru, early. Sea Rip. schooutjr, from Sydney, early. Mary Anderson, schooner, from Islauds, early. Laetitii, schooner, from the Islands. A,Til pa Donald, schooner, from labour cruise. Tubal Cain, schooner, from Levuka, early. Pirate, schooner, from Savage Island, early. Pearl, ketch, from llarotonga, early. XJIPORTS. TA sr A cial cbnrpe It tnado for the names of consignees inserted in this column. 1 Per brigantine Myrtle, from the Islands : 90 tons copra, 20 bags fungus, 20 caske limeiuice, 2 bales copra, 12 cases empty bottles, G tons tuitui, and a quantity of return trade. EXPORTS. Per hrigantine Eliza Mary, for Dunedin : 100,000 feet timber.

Isw \f.d Coastwise.— Lagoon, schooner, from Port Charles, with 21,100 feet sawn timber; Sovereign of the Seas, cutter, from Mercury Bay with 21.000 feet timber; Ness, cutter, from Port Charles, with 24,000 feet timber; Baku, cutter, from Tairua, with 2;>,2S_ feet timber • Jlana, cutter, from Tairua, with 22 000 feet timber, 57 sacks gum ; Dream, cutter, from Kennedy's Bay, with 20 445 feet timber ; Dream, cutter, from \\ hangarei, •vrith 800 bushels lime. Outward Coastwise.— Mary, schooner, for Thames, with 30 tons coal ; Coralie, cutter, for Tairua, with 10 tons flour, 10 tons potatoes, 9 cases bacon ; Mercury, cutter, for Tairua; Gem, schooner, for Tairua, with 100 bags potatoes. 100 bags flour, 1 ton coal; Janet, cutter, for Whangarei Heads. _ , , Tho s s. lona arrived in harbour on Saturday morning," from Russell and with passengers and the following cargo sacks gum, G4 sacks oysters, 18 packages fish, 8 cases honey_4 bundles sheepskins and hides, and a quantity of sundries. Shortly after lier arrival alongside the wharf a diver was em ployed to clean her copper, &c., which will be finishedin tin..j to allow her to proceed ISorth this afternoon. , ~ The brigantine Magellan Cloud will probably sail for Kaipara to-day, and there load timber for the South. , ~ The schooner Sissy will sail to-day for the Bay of Islands, and will load back here with C °Tho Union Co.'s s.s. Waitaki, from New Plymouth, Wellington, fcc., is expected to arrive in the Manukau about 1 p.m. today. The s.s. Oreti sailed yesterday morning from tho Manukau, with passengers and cargo for Union Co.'s Hawea arrived in harbour yesterday morning from Russell, with several passengers and a quantity of coal required for her-Southern trip. She will sail for the tast Coist and South at 4 p.m. to-day. The p.s. Anne Milbank arrived in harbour on Saturday evening from Mangapai, with passengers and cargo. She returns to the same ports this afternoon. The brigantine Meg ftlernlies will haul away from the wharf to-day, and sail to-morrow for Levuka. Fiji, carrying passengers and cargo. The English barque Loch Dee was to have sailed for London early yesterday morning, but •when the anchor was ordered to be heaved the crew refused duty, on the ground of the ship being undermanned by one seaman. It is very likely that the vessel will sail this morning. The bri»antine Eliza Mary cleared at the Onehun<*a Customs on Saturday, for Dunedin, and ■mil load at the Manukau Heads with a cargo of timber. ' The cutter Iris arrived yesterday morning from Mangawai, with a cargo of 220 sacks gum. The small schooner Vaitupulemele, which Mr. McKay, of Freeman's Bay, has almost finished, for Messrs. Kuge, Hedemann, and Co., of Apia, Samoa, will be launched on Wednesday, and will, a few days afterwards, proceed to the schooner was signalled the whole of yesterday, but had not made the harbour when we went to press. . The brigantine Myrtle arrived in harbour on Saturday evening, after a three months cruise among the Friendly and Navigator Wands. She comes into port with a full cargo ef Island produce arid numerous passengers, and, so far as we can learn, her voyage has been commercially successful. "We are obliged to Captain Lane for late files of Samoan papers, and also various items of Island news. Tho Myrtle left here on May 26, and after a passage of 11 days, the wind being chiefly adverse, made Tongatabu on June 6 ; remained there several days, and then pioceeded through the Group, leaving Vavaufor atno V'r Ith July, and arriving at Apia on Iraded through the eroupa again, eventually making Tonga on the 9th instant. Weijhed anchor for home on the 11th instant, and experienced strong 3. ana S.W. winds until arrival in harbour.

The Auckland schooner Lietitia has been sold to the natives of Apia, Samoa, aim Captain Dickson returns to Auckland in tno Maiona. The Americtn warship LacVawanim ana ELI.G.M.'s ship Bismarck wero both at Apia according to last advices. ... The schooncr Gael left Tonga on or about the 4th instant for Samoa. . The schooner Madona was to leave Apia, Samoa, for Auckland about the middle of the month, and she is therefore now due. The schooner Mary Andersou arrived 111 Apia, Samoa, from a labour cruise to the Hebrides, a few days prior to the Myrtle leaving for Tonga.

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SHIPPING. New Zealand Herald, Volume XVI, Issue 5545, 25 August 1879

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