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SHIPPING, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
High Water. To-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 0.22 a.m.. 0.89 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.2 a.m., 119 p.m. Dunedin: 1,47 a.m., 2.4 p.m. Monday.—Taiaroa Heads: 0.48 a.m., 1.11 am. Port Ohalmera : 1.28 a.m., 1.51 p.m. Dunedin: 213 a.m , 2.3G p.m. » ■ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.-Mat 10. Kakanui, a,a., 59 tons, Best, from Tiraaru. SAILED.-Mat 10. Beautiful Star, 8.8., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. Mat 11. Excelsior, barque, 380 tons, Spruit, for Sydney. Kakanui, b.b., 59 tons, Best, for Waikawa. loch Naw, barque, 277 tons, Petersen, for Sydney. The Beautiful Star left the Battray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday with passengers and cirgo for Oamaru. The barque Excelsior was towed to sea this morning by the Plucky and sailed with a cargo of grain for Sydney. The barque Lorna Doone wants about 1,200 bags of grain to complete her cargo. The barque Otago has taken in about 1,300 bags of oats, she h&9 ballasted, and has a litt'e dead weight ca'go to put out. Ihe Kakanui, from Timaru, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at midn'ght yesterday. She left Tirraru at 1 p.m., and had N.E. winds down the coast. After hnding a quantity of flour the Kakanui left again this afternoon for Waikawa. The Rotorua landed cargo at the Rattray street wharf to-day. The barque Loch Naw was towed to Bea this afternoon by the Plucky and sailed with a full cargo of grain for Sydney. The R.M.S. Coptic leaves to-morrow for London via Lyttelton, Napier, and Wellington. Her cargo from this port consists of 600 bales wool, 15 casks tallow, 200 cases meats, 10 tons cheese, 7,800 carcasses frozen mutton, and 800 quarters of beef. With the first shift of wind to the S.W. we may look for the arrival of the barque Mabel, now 116 days out from New York. She should be closely followed by the barque Olive, now ninety-four days out from Liverpool; and the ship Loch Awe, eighty-eight days from London, which was spoken on February 21, in latitude 49deg N., longitude 7deg W. The barque William Turner is also sixteen days out from Newcastle. Shipping Telegrams. STDNET, May 11 —Durisdeer, from Lyttelton. Newcastle. May 11.-Clifton, for Oamaru. Brisbane, May 11.—Rio Loge, for Lyttelton. Melbourne, May 11.—Maile, from Auckland. London, May 10. Laira, Waipa, Helen Penny, Invercargill, and Asterion, from New Zealand ports.
SHIPPING, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
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