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BY TELEGRAPH., Evening Post, Volume LXIX, Issue 87, 13 April 1905
A'KLItOtIRNR, 12th April, fliiled — Warrlmoo, for H.il<nrl and Hluff. BYDNKY, 32th April. S.iilcd— Meant C&.iO p.m i. for Aiicklimi. AI'CIvLAND. 12th April. Arrived — Clan Sl'Lcod, baTiluc, from Sew«««tle. Hailed — Wnnaka, for South; Uanplrl, for T*it. Const and Wellington ; Moraysblro (3 ».«».), for Wellington. CAP!? MARIA, 12th April. : , Indralemn passed cast at 1.45 p.m. JUST OAl'B. 13th April. r Mornyahlre pnMcd minbh at 9 a.m. OSRHtWOA, 12th April. j Sallwl — T.ikapunn, for Ne.w Plymouth and Wellington. I'misengers : Saloon— Misses Oib•on (2). drove (8), Davy (2), Alexander, Rochr ,<ort, Cronk. Biimctt, HiirosVle, M'Ewhln, MesdaniM rnttull*. Webb, Crosbr, 8«mn«on l »nd child. Orov-p, Oibion. Dr. Mason, Hovb. ! Olbson, Oopcuiiid. Hlid Reed. Mnin, Kirk, i Ksd»lle, Wstklnsnn, Pnttuila, FawMtt. TomJinson, Johnson, Cottrell. brut, B*iwlcic, llor- > ncr, Black, Chapman. Itnntnr, Kirk. NKW PLVJfOtJTtf, 12th April. - Sailed— Rarawa (8.30 p.m.), for Onehunga. 131 h April. , Arrived — Takupuna (4 a.m.), from One■unjra. \ ArrWed — Tenguln (10.15 a.m.), from Wei- ' Bngton. , , FOSTON. l?th April. • Charles Edward put back through stress of weather this afternoon. NAPIER. 12th April. Arrived — Knhu (10.46 p.m.), from WeiUnjtoo. Sailed — Star of New Zealand (8 p.m.). for llsborno. PIOTON, Wth April. Arrived — Fateena (5.26 p.m.) and Corinna ».18 p.m.), from Wellington. Sailed— Patecua (6.45 p.m.), for Nelflon. 13th April. To sill— rateena (8.30 n.m.). for Wellington. OUKYMOUTH, 12th April. Arrived — Jano Douglas (4 p.m.), from Wellington. LTTTELTON, 13Hi April. ArrWed — TCunura (6.45 a.m.), Mamroa (8.30 jum.), and Unjfton Orange (8.60 a.m.), from Wellington. , To tali— Muraron (6 p.m.). for Wellington, v ■ , „ . n NELSON. 13th April. Arrived— Patcena (1.30 a.m.), from Pirton. ULKVHKUf, 12th April. Arrived — Ng«nguru imldnlght), frem WeiMnsrfon. MONOWAI FROM SYDNKY, Xbe Vniou Company's itrdmcr Momnval. Jrom Sydney, arrived in the stream at 6.20 yesterday evening, am! wns berthed at No. 1 north, Ouera's Wharf, at 6.25 p.m. The s«ss«l 'left Sydney at 6,20 lost Saturday even-
Ing, ami experienced light northcily wimli up till Tnosdu.v, tlicnc! light westerly wind* mid smooth tea until arrival at Welling! •>». 'II 10 oaigo for tliia port includes traiulupmenta ex Moldavm, Laeisx, Kinteru. l'niw Sigisnmnd, Clmr.gshn. NEW ZEALAND SHIITIKO COMPANY. Tho following Is an approximate tinictnhlo of movements of Ilic Now Zealand .Shipping Company's steamers :— Tim I'npnruu Jeft Loudon for Aueklund on 6th March, and is duo tlioro on i'Stli April. She will leave the colony for Londou on 2fitli May. The Ritapchn loft London .nn ZStti Mm oh; due at Wellington «n Bth Mny ; lo.ive« Homeward hound on Bth June. The Wakonui left London fur I'ort Chalmers on 7th April; dun 28th Mnj ; leave* tho colony in June. Tho Knikmirit will leave Lomhiii on 22nd April ; due at Auoklaml 9th Jnne; mill Hnmcuaid on 6th July. The Walrante will leavo Llvfipool on Hth May; duo at Auckland on 17th July. Tho RimutuKn will Mil from London on 20th .May ; duo nt Wellington' on 3rd July ; lea\ cs for London on 3rd August. The Knipara will loave London for I'oi't Chalmers on 31«t May: due 18th July: leave« tho colony In August. The Turvgnriro, leaving tor London to da>, will mil from London for Wellington on 17th Juno; tlue here lit August ; salli Homoward on 31«t August. Tho harnuo Aldebarait Is to load a cargo of ooi l nt Nowc«ltlc for a Now Zealand port. Atlvloe lias been received that the steam launoli Uannot, whloh went nn the rook* at I'utena Pat* on Saturday night, wa» towed off on Tuesday night, and taken to l'loton, whora &lie will be repaired. Thu Aiioklnml Herald anvji :~Meura. Untilck add Co. have »<l»l«cd the Totiriat Oflico tint In conwquenco of tho low levt-1 of tho Wnugumu river tho Thursday steamer lias cental miming till further notice. The wntcii state that the rainfall of January, Kchruary, and March lias been the lowest tor thu pnat 42 years. Tltc Sydney Shipping List «ayi tho threemmled (chooner llannali Nicholson, well known in tho Nowoastln coal trade, has been pmcbjsrd liy Mciurs. Kclnon and Robertson, mi behalf of tho Wc«lport CoaJ Company, New Zcntiiud, from the Ilernnrd Uurns Compuny, Lid. Bho I* to bo vised at Timaru us "a coal hulk. Captain Fru.ier, U.N.R., of t)io Defence •trainer Janlc Bcdilon, 1* at present on board 11.M..5. riioehe untlcrfroini; a eotinie of instruction, (Japtuin Kiftner's dutlea on the Janlo Hcdilon i\ie being performed by Second Corporal lnkston, Royal Engineers. The course of instruction covers a period of 28 days. The change* In tho Union Conipam '» cuptiiin*, published jeaterday, is thu icsult of Captain Jordan gnlng Homo on tho company* biMlnoai, will not como al>out as tliitcd, but Cuutaitl Kiiltui, at tho llukanoa, will now take tho Wanaka liuttail of Captain l)awson, a* stated yesterdar. nnd Captain Dawann will transfer (o the 'Unknuoa Tho New Zealand Shipping Company* a.s. Tonsurircu whleh sailed for Lon.lon to-day. t<«jk 11,001 hftxc* butter and 4652 cases of ehowif. shipped from tho following ports' — Butter — Auckland, 1034 boxrs . Taranaki, 4274 boxes; l'atra. 2549 boxes; Wellington, 2662 boxes; Lytteitou. 191 boxes; Dmiedln, 201 boxes. Oh«r*c — Auckland, 303 canes; Tarnmki, 250 cases; l'aten, 44 cases; Wellington, 1115 cases; Lyttelton, P5O eases; Oomiuru, 186 oases: nuncdin, 436 cjscs; Kluff, 1723 coses. Thf New /.iiilnml Shipping Company's s.s. Turakmn is to sail for Lyttelton this afternoun. # Adrlce ha^ heeu received that tho New Shipping Company's stenmer Wahnnnl l' f i, l ;r mlnn r«'«rd(iy for I'ort Clialmrra nnd The local agents of the ShawSavill Company have received aikioo thst the Tokomaru left London on the 3rd April for Auoklanct ami Welllngtoh. Tho buiqne Onyx, which Is loading timber tor Adelaide under Mr. (3. 11. Scales, is expectrct to complete her work to-day, and oho will probably tall to morrow. The vessel is 'ttklnft abmit 380,000 ft of white pine and 13,030 ft of rlmu. Mr. O. H. Scales' wool ship Westland is niliiif? up rapidly, ojhl should complete loadIng toward* the end of tho wcok. The vcmel will take alwit 600 bales of wool to London. A prlvato letter received fiom Cuptain Ilowllnß, of the well-known sailing ship lnvcro'rfflll, gives a full account of the rough trip tho vcsacl had on her reci-nt run Homo. When the gale was over, inva Captain Uowling, thcro wan Tory llttlo left on th« deck, rvrrythlng harlnjr been swept clean nwav. It cost something llko 01000 to repair the ship before she "S'as handed over to her new Norwegian owners. She has been renamed the Vurtr, and her flnt trip under the new mvner-ihip was to bo from the Baltic to Australia with timber. At the time of wrUlnrr Captain Uowllng wa* not "In harness," hut wan looking around him
BY TELEGRAPH., Evening Post, Volume LXIX, Issue 87, 13 April 1905
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