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High Watbb'At Nblsoh. : : a.m. p.m. Saturday, Aug.-7 ... 1023 10-41 Sunday, Aug. .8 ... 10-59 > 1117 Monday, Aug.; 9 ... 11-36 , 11-55 Tuesday, Aug. 10 ... — o'l4 ENTEHBD INWABDS. ! August s—Midge, cutter, 16, Eure, from Waitapu. . : s—Maid of Italy, cutter, 15, Clarke, from Riwaka. . . <;■; ;. s—Charles Edward, ps, 126 .Whitwell, from West Coast. . Passengers-r-Mrs Gate, Miss M'Donald, Messrs Buchholz, Nielson, Hill, Greenfield, Bete, Buckley, Kelly, Wales, and 8 steerage. ; ; „.■■■■ ■■■■■<: 6—Taiaroa, as, 228, Malcolm, from Pictpri, Wellington, and South. Passengers—Miss Glover Miss, Pattie, Miss Nation, Mrs '■ Lipscoinbe, Judge Broad, Dr Lemon, Messrs Cotton, Hale, Rhodes, Dixpn, Herman (2); Fox, Homie, Bbnnor, Firidclay". ; 6r-Planet, cutter, 12,-Tb.orne, from Motueka. . 6—Lyttelton, ps, 86, Scott, from Wellington. _/' .. .;: ; , ;,_. „ _i_ ...1..;,.'; I CLEAEED OTITWABDP, i s—Hawea, ss, 461,'-Kennedy, for Picton, Wellington, and Lyttelton. : Passengers— I Miss Oakley, Messrs Arkell, Wilson, Brown, Haryey, Morgan, Dahl, and Stick. ' . August 6—Charles Edward, sb, 125, Whitwell, for West Coast. Passengers—Messrs, Curtol, Burrows, Alexander, Frost, and 1 Chinaman. — • /. . ' i 6—Planet, cutter, 12, Thome, for Motueka. 6—Taiaroa, ss; 228, Malcolm, for T»r»naki and Man&kau. Passengerß-rMr> and Mrs Linkhorn and 2/:chUdren, Miss Bichmqnd, Messrs Higgins, and Williams. - . q '"' ' ' '■■' "■, " IJCPOBTB. ''■ '" ••*•'• : ,■, Ex Taiaroa, from South : 1 pkg, Gome; 30 saoki "oatmeal, Dafii ; 4 pkgi,; Hiogtton ; 1 piano, Pownall;.42 pkgi, Buxton and Co; 1 case, Eallenstien ( 30 pkgf, SoUndert sod Co; lptg, Smith} 1 pkg, Holland; "1 pkg, Dixon ; 2 pkgs, Wymond '■ and Co ; 1 pkg, Hadfield; 1 .pkg, Jackson; 3 pkgi, W. Phillips; 1. pkg, Pottmuter; 9 pkge, J. Scott. "" ■ ' ' XXPOBTf.,. „..',' ' Per Taiaroa, for North.: 1 'caieiJ. Hkfe; 3 pkgi, Batcbtlor; 30 eaoki malt, 2 bal« hopj, Parker j 6 kegi, Baohaoljj 82 pkgi, J, H,

7oo\ and Co j 20' woks, Liikins; 40 -boxei nap, Fbillipi. „ . , ■ Th* Hawea will be at Lyttelton'f hisrinorning. She leaves again for Wellington this »fternoon. Thh Kennedy is progresripg very well with her overland journey. About half the distance will,,bo accomplished" to-day, and ihe will be in tb» ri»er again at the end j of-'neitJ week. Thi Albion left: Wellington yesterday for Sydney, via Auckland. ; •,./,,.> < Thi Wakatipu it due -at. Wellington, Jrorn Sydney, to-morrow. • . • The sohooner Awaroa.bai quite eclipsed the whole of her 5 formeif passages, for she left Wellington on Thursday erening (with a full general. cargo), and arrived at Fatea early yesterday morning „ . -" FbOK a. prifate telegram we learn the barque Viotoria (with a cargo of.oosl for Mr J. S. Gross, junr.) tailed from, Newcastle on the 4th inst. ■ : , THK.Wakatu will, due. here until Tuesday mdrning, and ,she is announced to ■tart again in the .afternoon for Wanganui and Wellington. Thr Lytteltoa arrived from Wellington last evening, and is to start for Blenheim at 1 p.m to-morrow. . Thh .Wallace ehould arrive from West morning. She is ,to call at Karamea on her way up. She leaves for Wellington direct at 6 p.m on Monday. . Thb .Murray should arrive from West Coast to-day,,and is. to leave for Wanganui and Opunake on Monday at noon. <■ Thb Chnrles Edward arrived from West. ' Ooast at 9 on 'Thursday, landnd.6O.tox4 of coal,, took in a full cargo of mertiiandse, mi left again for West Ooaat at 11 a.m yetterday. She should be at Weatport this morning, and probably Hokitika to-night.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE., Colonist, Volume XXII, Issue 2740, 7 August 1880

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Colonist, Volume XXII, Issue 2740, 7 August 1880

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