MAHIA SAILS ON MONDAY.
WAIPAHI DUE TO-DAY
The tonnage in port was materially diminished yesterday by the departure of the Marama for Sydney, the Kent for London and the Canadian Conqueror for the South. To-day the Anglo Indian was dispatched for Australia to complete discharge of her cargo of sulphur from Texas, and the Newton Pine, which had been discharging Moroccan phosphate, left for New Plymouth and Wanganui to put out the remainder of her cargo.
The departure of the Maliia for New York, Boston, Halifax and London has been postponed to Monday morning. The vessel has finished loading, but is delayed while her boilers are being cleaned. The only overseas steamer due to-day is the Waipahi with fruit from Rarotonga. She expects to arrive at 5 p.m. No radio has yet been received from the Kaliiigo, which is due on Monday with coal and hardwood from Newcastle and Port Stephens.
ARRIVALS-YESTERDAY. Ronaki, from Tauranga, 2.20 p.m. DEPARTURES—YESTERDAY. Marama, for Sydney, 3.15 p.m. Kent, for London, 4.15 p.m. Canadian Conqueror, for Wellington, 4.35 p.m. Kurow, for Portland, 11.30 p.m. THIS DAY. Newton Pine, for New Plymouth, noon. Anglo Indian, for . .ewcastle, 12.15 p.m. VESSELS IN PORT. Nucula, Devonport (Naval Department). H.M.s. Philomel, Devonport (Naval Dept.) H.M.c.s. Iris, in stream (Pacific Cable Board i Northumberland, Prince's Wharf (N.Z.b.
Co.). Mahi'a, Queen's Wharf (A. S. Paterson,
Kaitokc', North Wall (Union S.S. Co.). Cerasus, Central Wharf (A. S. Paterson and
Co ) Kalk'orai, Western Wharf (Union S.S. Co.), Waitonio, in stream (Union S.S. CO.). Karawa, in stream (Northern S.fe. Co.). Baron Jedburgh, Chelsea (C.fe.R. Co.).
VESSELS EXPECTED AT AUCKLAND. Waipalii, Rarotonga, to-day. Kalingo, Port Stephens, July 22. Canadian Victor, Montreal, July 29. Golden Coast, Los Angeles. July 27. Ruahiue, London, via Wellington, July 30. Tourville, French warship, New Hebrides,
July 30. Dunrobin, Cuba, August 1. Canadian Conqueror, South (loads), Aug. 1. I-lurunul, South (loads), August 1. Hertford, Liverpool, August L. Pipirlki, New York, August 2. Port Alma, London, via Wellington, Aug. I. Hauraki, Los Angeles, August 0. Canadian Highlander, Montreal, August 10. Plume, San Francisco, xVugust 10. liaranga, Liverpool, August 16. Rimutaka, London, August 13. Waiotapu, Los Angeles, via Papeete,
August 14. Cumberland, South (loads), August 17. Paklpaki, New York, August -5. Canadian Constructor, Montreal, August -7. Tasmania, Liverpool, August 27. Golden Cross, Los Angeles, August 27. Karamea, London, August 30. Canadian Challenger, Montreal, Sept. 6. Port Victor, New York, September 10. Port Melbourne, London, via Suva, Sept. 10. City of Lincoln, New York, September 10. Tainui, South (loads), September 15. Papanui, Liverpool, September 10. Tamaroa, London, via Wellington, Sept. 23. Golden Cross, South (loads), Sept. 23. Huntingdon, Liverpool, September 24. Golden Cloud, Los Angeles, September 26. Waikawa, Los Angeles, September 28. I'iako, Liverpool, September 30. Remuera", London, October 4. Canadian Britisher, Montreal, Oct. 6. Norfolk, Liverpool, October 22. Golden Cloud, Stouth (loads), October 23. Golden West, Los Angeles, October 27. Rangitiki, London, October 30. Tongariro, Liverpool, November 1. Canadian Transporter, Montreal, Nov. 6. Hauraki, Los Angeles, November 10. Cambridge, Liverpool, November 19. Golden West, South (loads), November 23, Waiotapu, Los Angeles, via Papeete, Nov.
30. Malolo, Sydney, December 1. Cornwall, Liverpool, December 4.
INTERCOLONIAL SERVICE. Marama, left Auckland, July 19; due Sydney, July 23; leaves Sydney, July 26; due Wellington, July 30; leaves Wellington, August 2; due Sydney, August 6; leaves Sydney, August 9; due Auckland, August 13 ; leaves Auckland, August 16; due Syd' ney. August 20.
Ulimaroa, left Sydney," July 19; due Wellington, July 23: leaves Wellington, July 20; due Sydney, July 30; leaves Sydney, August 2; due Auckland, August 6; leaves Auckland, August 9; due Sydney. August 13; leaves Sydney, August 10; due Wellington, August 20; leaves Wellington, August 23; due Sydney, August 27. Maheno, left Wellington, July 19; due Sydney, July 23; leaves Sydney, July 26; due Auckland, July 30; leaves Auckland, August 2; due Sydney, August 6. Manuka, at Dunedin; laid up for overhaul.
TRANS-PACIFIC MAIL. SERVICE. Aovangi, at Sydney, laid up for overhaul; leaves Sydney, July 25; leaves Auckland. July 30; due Vancouver, August 10; leaves Vancouver, August 21; due Auckland. September 9; due Sydney, September 14. Niagara, left Vancouver, June 26, for Honolulu, Suva, Auckland and Sydney; arrived Auckland, July 15; due Sydney, to-day. , „ T Makura, at Vancouver; leaves Vancouver. July 24, for Honlulu, Suva, Auckland and Sydney; due Auckland, August 12; due SydSydney, July 12, for Wellington, Rarotonga, Papeete and ban Francisco; left Wellington, July 16: due San Francisco, August 2; leaves San Francisco, August 7; due Wellington, August 26; due Sydney, August . 31: leaves Sydney. September 5; leaves "Wellington, September 10: due San Francisco. September 27. Maunganui, left San Francisco, July 10, for Papeete, Rarotonga, Wellington and Sydney; due Wellington, July 29; due Sydney, August 3 ; leaves Sydney, August 8; leaves Wellington, August 13; due San Francisco, August 30; leaves San Francisco, September 4: due Wellington. September 23: due Sydney, September 28.
Leaving Wellington last Tuesday night for Rarotonga, Papeete and San Francisco, the Union Co.'s R.M.s. Tahiti took the following passengers :—First saloon : Mrs. Ashford. Miss Asliford, Mr. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Black, Mr. D. Bates, Miss W. I. Bates, Miss L. Brown, Miss Card, Mr. .T. W. Card, Mr. Falkiner, Miss D. M. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Galpin, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. R, Gardner, Mrs. Hislop, Miss Hislop, Mr. F. J. Kennedy, Mr. R. Letch, Miss Moody. Miss A. Matheson, Miss A. B. Matheson, Miss C. G. MacGregor, Mr. W. D. Morris. Mr. McArthur, Miss J. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roberts, Mr. A. Strang, Mr. and Mrs. H. Townsend, Mr. T. R. Toovey, Mr. A. W. Trevithick, Mrs. L. R. Wilson, Mrs. A. C. Weeks, Mr. N. 51. Bosarh, Mr. • and Mrs. M. Bosarb, Miss L. M. Bosarb, Miss V. H. Bosarb, Mr. H. Brereton, Miss L. A. Bosarb, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hogg, Mrs. E. A. Henderson, Mr. F. J. Kennedy. Mrs. MacGuire, Mr. T. Mitchell, Mr. R. H. McCallum, Mrs. Nymand, Mr. Odegara, Miss A. G. Palmer, Mr. R. Schmoll, Mr. G. L. Tufts, Miss G. Townsend, Mr. Ulfsby, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilcjier, and 23 third-class. The vessel is due at San Francisco on August 2,. and is to sail on her return voyage to New Zealand and Australia on August 7.
KENT SAILED. For London and West of England ports, the Federal steamer Kent was dispatched from Auckland yesterday afternoon. THE NEWTON PINE. To put out the remainder of her cargo of Moroccan phosphate, the steamer Newton Pine sailed at noon torday for New Plymouth and Wanganui. ANGLO INDIAN SAILED. To complete discharge of her sulphur from Texas, the steamer Anglo Indian sailed this afternoon for Newcastle. She took a email quantity of mail for Australia.
lONIC DELAYED. The departure of the Sliaw.Savill and Albion steamer lonic from Wellington ior Southampton and London has been po«i- , poned to August 3, instead of August THE BARON JEDBURGH. The steamer Baron Jedburgh, which is at present discharging raw sugar from cuoa at Chelsea, is to sail on lliursday next for Westport to bunker. Her future movements have not yet been announced. , CERASUS FOR WESTPORT. At present discharging guano from the Seychelles Islands at the Central wharf, the steamer Cerasus is to go into next Wednesday for cleaning and painting,. . 1 roru here she is to go to Westport to bunser before proceeding to Valparaiso. DUNROBIN COMING. Reported to have cleared Colon on the steamer Dunrobin is en route: from Cuba to Auckland, with a full ca:rg<o sugar for discharge at Chelsea. She is di here about August 1 to the a o ency of Spedding, Ltd. PLUME WITH OIL. The Vacuum Oil Company advises that the tanker Plume was dispatched from •Sati Francisco last Tuesday with a full cargo of bulk motor spirit for New Zealand. She is due at Auckland about August 10. PIAKO AT LONDON. From Gisborne, via Newport News, the New Zealand Shipping Company's steamer Piako is reported to have arrived at London yesterday. She was dispatched from Gisborne on June 6. WAIPAHI FROM RAROTONGA. Due at Auckland from Rarotouga. at 5 p.m. to-day, the Union Company's steamer Waipahi is to berth at the CJueen s wharf to discharge her cargo of fruit, bhe is to sail on Tuesday for Portland to load cement for Wellington. RICHARDSON STEAMERS. The Richardson steamer Awahou is due from Gisborne to-morrow, and sails again at 5 p.m. on Tuesday. The Pukeko is due from Napier next Wednesday morning and is scheduled to sail again at 3 p.m. the same day. ICALINGO DUE MONDAY. A berth at the Central wharf lias been allotted to the Lamb steamer krtlingo, which is due at Auckland next Monday afternoon with coal and hardwood from Newcastle and Port Stephens. Her other ports of discharge are Gisborne and Napier. The Northern Steamship Co., are the local agents. _ MA HI A TO SAIL. A. S. Paterson, Ltd., announce the Shaw, Savill 'and Albion steamer Mahia to sail for New York, Boston, Halifax ana Lontjou at 7 a.m. on Monday. She is at the Queen's wharf. Cargo work is finished, but the boilers have been blown down for cleaning. UILTMAROA FOR WELLINGTON. Cabled advice from Sydney confirms the departure from there at 1 p.m. yesterday or the Huddart, Parker steamer Ulmiaroa, with passengers, mails and cargo for Wellington. She is due at Wellington next 1 Tuesday morning, and leaves there again on her return voyage to Sydney the following Friday.
MA-RAMA SAILED. Taking passengers, mails and cargo for Sydney, the Union Company's steamer Marama left Auckland yesterday afternoon. She is due at Sydney next Tuesday morning, and leaves there the following Friday for Wellington. Also for Sydney, the Maheno left, Wellington yesterday. She is due at Sydney nest Tuesday, and leaves there for Auckland on Friday, arriving here on July 30. CANADIAN CONQUEROR SAILED. After being delayed for a day through trouble with the crew, the Canadian National steamer Canadian Conqueror sailed yesterdav afternoon for Wellington, Lyttelton, Timaru and Dunedin to complete discharge of her general cargo from Montreal. From Dunedin she is to corae back to Auckinnd. via Wellington, early next month for final loading for her return voyage to Montreal. KAIKORAI RECOMMISSIONED. Her overhaul completed, the Union Company's steamer Kaikorai was recommissioned to-day, under the command Of Captain S. A. Chatfield, who has with him the following officers: —First, Mr. A. M. Lucas; second, Mr. R. Aineworth; third, Mr. L. P. Bourke; chief engineer, Mr. I. R. Gilmore; second, Mr. L. Clark; third, Mr. 11. Mackay; fourth, Mr. P. Menhennet. The Kaikorai was to sail early this morning for Westport to load for Bluff. UNION COMPANY'S STEAMERS. The Waimea left Napier at 5 p.m. yesterday, and is due at Auckland to-morrow, berthing at the King's Wharf. She is to sail again for Gisborne and Napier at 4 p.m. on Tuesday. The Kaiwarra left Dunedin at 8 p.m. yesterday for Auckland, via Timaru, Lyttelton and Wellington.
The Wingatui has been delayed at Lyttelton by rain, but is expected to leave there for Wellington and Auckland this afternoon. The Kurow sailed last night for Portland to complete discharge of her Australian cargo. She is to return to Auckland on Wednesday next to load for Wellington, Lyttelton, Dunedin and Timaru.
The Kartigi is due from Greymouth at 6 p.m. to-day, berthing at the Prince's whaiT. After discharge here she is to go to Castlecliff, Wellington, Lyttelton, Dunedin and Bluff, and thence to Hobart and Melbourne.
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SHIPPING NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume LX, Issue 170, 20 July 1929
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