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SHIPPING.

rOß'f CRALMERB. Taiiiror. Heads, latitude ib.il S., iontrituda U»45 li. Koputai Bur, South Point, latitude 15.49 S.. longitude 170.39 E. The longitude of Observation Point, Port Chalmers, 1U tlmtJ is v Uoiirfl 2g mimites 33 second 6 eaßt of Ureenwieh. t . J-''^-—?ish water, fc" and O, 2 h.-urs 50 minutes; tide 5 feat 7 inches. TIMK-BAM. AT POBT OltA-.illSlia. Zealand mean t;;ne at noou, calculated for She meridian of longitude,-in time 11 hours 30 tmnute3 east of Greenwich, will be signalled once n week by a time-bail dropping at theinstont of mean noon. A blua flag will ba hoisted at the mast-head. Port Chalmers signal-station, on the forenoon M the ii-ny WQen tha tiiue-signnl will bejrivßn. PHA3S= of TKB Mor.s - (Giluulnted for New Zen'aud moan liuc.)' " . . JUNE. Hew Moon ... ... 3 ... 1 25^3 a.m. S ir, s, fc,9 usrU" - 9 •■ 6 5«-7 P-m. I'ullMoon ... ... 17 ... 1 s .9a.m. Last Quarter ... 25 ... 4 5 am Perigee. 6d lOii 30m a.m. Apogee. 22d4h 30ma.m. 'ymi WBA'OHiili. June 21—Wind N.E. Weather line. -, , 8 a.m. Noon. 6 p.m. Barometer ... 29.40 29.42 2H.36 Thermometer ... 31 50 3S . ' (AttheHeadß ... ■ - 842 d m June2s^AtVortChaliner3 ... '", 922pm ■ (AtDunedia ... ... 10.7' p.m. ARRIVALS. t tiful star- 8.5., H<s tons, White, from Oamaru. J. Mills, agent. Passengers: Two saloon and two steerage. ■ Gra.ton. s.s., 2D7 tons, Hill, from the North. J. Hills, agent. DEPAKTURE3. w^ OUJ ariro> R- M-S- -U63 tons, Bone, for Lyttelton. N.Z..Shipping Co., agents. laupo, s.s., 410 tons, M'Coll, for Timaru and Sydney. J. Mills, agtnt. Waihora, s.s., 1.(39 tons, Popham, for Melbourne, yia the Bluff. J. Mills, agent. Passengers: For Melbourne-Mr and Mrs Coates and child, Captain Boyea, lt.N., Master Tolmie; and 32 steerage. EXFEOTBD ARRIVALS. 1?HOM Loxbon—Famenoth, barque, 983 tonsMorgan, April 2. Waipa. ship, 101« tons, Jamie' aon, WTL}{, May S. Wairon, ship, 102.1 tons. Marl borough, ship, IUB tons, Hird. Elderslie, s.s , 2^74 tons, via Fremantle. I"kom LivEMPoot. vu Weukstos-Guinevere barque, 379 tous, Ford, April 5, JHST. Prom PiniouTH-Arawa, s.s., 502(3 tons, Stuart, May 22, via Auckland. lonic, s.s., 4753 tons, Cameron, June li?. From Livkkpool—:>.nmvon Castle, barque 721 tons, Griffiths, LBGV. February 52. raDmM,, Guaßw~llero Pe' i"54 ton9 ' Sutherland, JPKx, May 5. Fhom Mkw Vopjc-Isabell, barque, 350 tons, March 26. Elinor Vernon, barque. -,^S 0M HAarßuno— Neptune, schooner, 116 tons, QDBV, March 25. Barque Sophie. 482 tons. SB PGirMay l 5? AEERG-Ga<;l' SCh°°Uer' 98 tOnS' From Boston—Anna, brig, 190 tons, March 22. Fkom Foochoo—Tumsui. s.s., 1424 tons, VCDG. ■ t SHIPPING TELBGBAMS. (Pek Uxited Press Association.) m , ,_ Weluxgtos, June 24. The Hauroto, from Sydney, arriv.dat 5 p.m. Passengers: For Lytteltou—Mr and Mrs Fleming and family. Mesdames Wansev and Allen, Messrs Steam, Hougliton, and Ford, "Master Harp; and 5 steerage. For Dunedin—3 steerage. „.,„,, Lyttei/ton, June 24. . Sailed : Manicpouri, for Wellington; Hawea, for Dunedn. The N.Z. Shipping Co. are advised that the- Turakina arrived at Loudon on Jnne 22, all well. .- -c — -■■"". CUSTOMS SHTHIISS. INWARDS, Beautiful Star. 148 tons, White, from Oamaru, with cargo. J Mills, agent. - G-mfton, s.s., 297 tous, Hill, for Timaru, with cargo. J Mills, agent. ■ ■ ■ ■• OUTWARDS. Tongariro, R.M.S.. 41U3 tons, Bone, for Lyttelton with cargo. NZ S Co, agents. ; Waihora, 1269 tons, Popham, for Bluff, with cargo. J Mills, agent. . Taupo, 410 tons, M'Coll, for Timaru, with cargo. J Mills, agent. -« _ . IMPORTS. Per Beautiful Star, from Oamaru: 102 pkgs sun- . dries. . » MOVsSMBHTS OF IJiSIOK STKAM SKI? COMPANY'S STEAMERS. Thursday. Jitse 24. Bluff.—Tekapo sailed 7.30 a.m. for Sydney. Port Chalmers.—Graftou arrived 8 a.m. from Timaru. Waihora sailed 4 p.m. for Bluff. Taupo sailed 5 p.m. for Timaru. Lyttelton.—Hawea arrived 5.30 a.m. from Wellington sailed 3 p.m. for Port Chalmers. Manapouri arrived at 7.30 from Port Chalmers; sailed- 6 Wellington.—Sfepere arrived 10.30 a.m. from Lyttelton. ■."'■• Nelson.—Penguin arrived 10.15 a.m. from Wellington ; sailed 1 p.m. for New Plymouth. New Plymouth.—Uotorua arrived early from Maniikau; sailed 10 a.m. for Nelson. Russell.—Tarawera arrived 7 a.m. from Aucklandreturns this afternoon. — • AN^OVBKDUB BARQUE. (Per United Press Association.) . ■ ■ Wellington, June 24. Some anxiety is felt for the safety of the American barque Chaska, whiih left New York for Wellington on the 30th January last ; she being 145 d^-s out. A VHssel flying the American flag ran up to the heads about a month ago, but was blown off and has not been since heard of. She is believed to have been the Chaska. The barque Mary Russell, which left New York a month after the Chaska, arrived here a month ago. The s.s. Beautiful Star arrived at Port Chalmers yesterday morning. She left Oamaru at 0.20 a.m., had moderate winds from the S.W. with fine weather down the coast, and came alongside the Bowen pier at 6.20 a.m. We thank Mr Brewer (chief officer) for report, &c. The R.M.S. Tongariro left Port Chalmers at • 7 a.m. yesterday for Lyttelton. The s.s. Waihora left the Bowen pier yesterday afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff. On May 6 a new steamer, named the Orizaba, was launched by the Barrow Shipbuilding Company, for the Pacific Steam Navi- ■ gation Company, Liverpool. She is one of the •largest the company have built, being 469 ft long, with a gross tonnage of 6500. She is to be fitted with triple expansion engines of 6000----horse power. A model of the steamer is being prepared for the. casquet to be presented to the Queen at the opening of the Liverpool Exhibition. About 5000 or 6000 persons witnessed the launch. The s.s. Elderslie was to leave London on May 8 for Fremantle and this port. The Union Steam Ship Company's steamer Taupo left Port Chalmers yesterday afternoon for Sydney, via Timaru. The s.s. Grafton steamed down from Dunedin to Port Chalmers yesterday afternoon, to take in cargo for coastal ports ex R.M.S. Tongariro. Sheleaves Dunedin this afternoon for Westport, via intermediate ports. The s.s. Beautiful Star leaves the Rattray . street wharf this evening for Oamaru.

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SHIPPING., Otago Daily Times, Issue 7598, 25 June 1886

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SHIPPING. Otago Daily Times, Issue 7598, 25 June 1886

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