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SHIPPING, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
To-IiOBBOW. Talaroa Headh: 1.31 a.m., 1.56 p.n\ Port Chalmers : 2.14 a.m., 23G p.m. Dunedin: 2.59 a.m., 321 p.m.
Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Pas3engers: Six saloon, three steerage. Mat 12.
Invercargill, s.s., 1315 tons, Sundstrum, from Invercargill and tho Bluff.
8 AILED.-Mat 12.
Coptic, 8.M.5., 4,484 tons, G. Burton, R.N.R., for London via Lyttolton, Napier, and Wellington. May 13.
Rotorua, 5.?., 576 tons, Neville, for Northern porta. Passengers: For Lyttelton Misses Hewlings, Guthrie, Kirkland, Messrs Hewlings, Rothsohild, and Smart. For WellingtonMisses Moody, Jones (2), Mrs Joues, Messrs Nutsell. Fabien, Greenstreet, ani Dr Little. For Nelson—Misses Dick and Boyd; and eight in the steerage.
The Beautiful Star landed cargo at the Rattray street wbai f this forenoon. The Rotorua left the Rattray street wharf this afternoon with cargo and passengers for Northern ports. Tho schooner Dunedin is nearly full of cargo. She is expected to complete to-morrow, and sail for Napier. The barque Lorna Doone is near'y full of cargo, and will be ready for sea about Wednesday. The Invercargill steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon, and landed cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The Hudson requires about 100 tons more to completo her ballasting. Her destination has not yet been fixed. The Invercargill having discharged some b-kles of wool at the export pier, .steamed up to Dunedin this forenoon.
During the week commencing May 0 and ending May 12 the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves: ' rrivala: Hauroto 1,262 tons, Kal<anni 56 (twice), Manajnuri 1,020, Invercargill 132, beautiful Star 14G (thrice), Mahinapua 201, "Rotorua 576, "Wairarapi 1,023; total, 4,618 tons. Departures: Penguin 412 tons, Kakanui 56 (twice). Hauroto •1 276, Beautiful Star 146 (twice). Thomas and Homy (hulk) 212, Manapouri 1,020, Invercargill IH2, Victoria (barque) 310. Wairarapa 1.023, Mahinapua 201. Fxcelsior (barque) 380, J>ch Naw (barque) 277; total, 5,677 tons. The Sunderland Bteamer Phcenix, from New Orleanp, with a careo of maize, arrived at Queenstown on March 16, and reported having encountered aterrificeasterlygaleonthe.2otbulr., inlatitude 39deg N., longitudeGldegW., duiing which immense seaß broke over the vessel in rapid succession. Her two lifeboats were smashed to pieces, two large iron davits and the boats' skids were carried away, the wooden rail near the bridge was broken to piece?, and the iron of the bridge and iron stanchions were twisted into all sorts of shapes. The throe hatchways were damaged, and the stoke-hole ventilators carried away. Immense quantities of watergot below. The engineers'cibinwaa flooded, and it was feared the steamer would founder. A seaman belonging to the Phcenix was injured, and was removed to Quecnstown Hospital on the arrival of tho vessel at that P ort - ~ . The R.M.S. Coptic, Captain G. Burton, R.N.R, left Port ChalmerH yesterday afternoon f r London via Lyttelton, Napier, and Wellington. Her outward cargo from this port consisted of 600 bales wool, 15 casks tallow, 200 oases preserved meats, 10 tonß cheese, 7,800 carcasses of mutton, and 800 quarters beef. The New Zealand Shipping Company's ship "Waina, Captain Forßdick, which left this port on January 30, anived in the Thames on May 10, after a passage of 100 days; and the barque Laira, which sailed on February 14 (under charter to the company), reached Home on the same day, after a passage of eighty-five dajo.
A NARROW SHAVE. Wellington, May 13.—The schooner Keni!worth, from Oamaru to Greymoufch, with general produce, was caught in a southerly pale on Friday and lost some of hor spars. The captain took her into Queen Charlotto Sound, but if the Waitapu liad not hove in sight and towed her out of danger she world probably have been lost, as she had got within 60ft of the rncks. The only thing that kept her off was the tide.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Shaw, Savill' and Albion Company's Arawa arrived at Plymouth on Friday evening, with her meat cargo in good condition. She left Lyttelton on April 4, and has thus made the run in thirty-six days gross time - an excellent record. Shipping Telegrams, Gbeymouth, May 12.—A few citizens chartered the steamer Aorere to visit Point Elizabeth Harbor anl take soundings this afternoon. About sixty persons were on board. They went into and all round the bay, get ing from c'gbt fathoms at low water to three an<J a-half fathoms, which was the least depth of water obtained. The bottom is of clay in the entrance, but inEide is of sand; no rock was found at all. Before entering the harbor it appeared small, but once inside it was found to be large and commodious, with water enough to float any vessel. The available space for vessels seemed to be about three timeß as great in area as at Lyttelton, but the general opinion was that it would cost a great deal of money. The impression was that Nature had outlined a harbor there roughly. Wellington, May 13 (early).—Wakatipu, from Sydney. . , t Bluff, May 13.—The Mararoa arrived at 12 30 p.m., having left Melbourne at 7 p.m. on the Bth inßt. She arrived at Hobart at 7 a.m. on the 10* and left again at 12.30 p.m., arriving as above. Experienced fine weather vith light aid variable winds throughout. For the Bluff—Messrs Cleave. Lewis, and Simonsens i Opera Company (39). ForDunedin— MrsKernpthorne, Misses Taylor, Dunn, Matheson, Messrs White, Lewis, Reid, Hastie. M'Namara, Symes, Hodgkins, Lindsay, Lochbean, Kempthorne, Lloyd, Wright. For Lyttelton—Miss Keand, Messrs Leadmouth and Cuddon, For Wellington—Mesdames Munro. Pr}ce, Perry, Misses Nicholson, Perry, Munro, Peaster, Messrs Lawford, Munro, Gibson, Perry, Nioholßon, Masters Munro (2). For Auckland—Mr, MiBS, and Master Saunders. For Sydney—Messrs Wallerston, B»tley; sixty-two steerage passengers for all ports. Newcastle, May 10.—Lindus, 5.8., for Lyttelton. ' , Wellington, May 13.—3.30 a.m, Rjmuiaka, from Lyttelton. Lyttelton, May 12.—12 30 p.m., Rimutaka, for Wellington.—l pm„ Mahinapua, for Port Chalmers, Timaru, and Akaroa.
SHIPPING, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
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