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SHIPPING, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
To-mobkow. —Taiaroa Heads: 3.44 a.m.. 4 7 p.m. Port Chalmers* : 424 a.m., 447 p.m. Dunodin : 5.9 a.m., 5.32 p.m. # At the Heads. Olive, from Liverpool. Port Chalmers. I Rosamond, s « , 721 tons, N. Manning, from Greymouth via Lyttelton and Oamaru. Pasgerß: Three steerage. Beautiful Star, p,s., 146 tons, Brewer, Irom Oamaru. Passengers: Nino saloon, nine steerage. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, trom the North. The barque Otago has taken in nearly 6,020 bags of pram and chaff. The Wakatipu lauded cargo at the Victo. ia wharf to-day. The Beautiful Star transhipped cargo to the Grafton for the West Coast to-day. The as. Rosamond steamed up from Port j Chalmers this afternoon, and took in cargo for the West Coast. The Btsamond, with 230 tons coal and 618 I bags coke, from Grey mouth via Lyttelton and Oamaru, arrived at Port Chalmers at 2 a m. to-day, and Bteamed alongside the hulk at the export pier to discharge. Mr G. Crawley, her I pur.-er, reports leaving Greymouth at 5 p,m. J on the 9th inst. ; experienced s'ronghead winds and sea to arrival at Lyttelton at 3 a.m on the 11th; remained there until 5 p.m. on the 13th, when she pushed on for f'amaru, arriving at ♦hat port at 1 p.m. on the 14th ; siiled again at 8 p m. on the 15th, arriving as above, having met fine weather from Lyttelton. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oama'U, arrived at 10 45 p m. yesterday. Mr Richardson, her chief officer, reports leaving at 3 p.m. Expe'ienccd strong S.W. and southerly winds, with heavy P.E. swell, down the coast. A barque was reported passing Cape Saunders, bound north, at 10 a.m. to-d »y. THE COLLI e ION IN RANGITOTO CHANNEL. Auckland, May 15.—The steamer Awhina, damaged in the collision in tho channel last night, wob floated off at Rangitoto and towed up to port by the Kotoiti this morning. The vessel has been much damaged, the stern post having been smashed aid the plank ends opened. When beached she was making water freely. Tho Awhina will be docked for repairs. The stern of the was shattered at the water line, and the barque wil also be docked. The Australia was not damaged and sailed this afternoon. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Thursday. Mat 16. LyttkLTON. Takapuna arrived 1.30 p.m. ; tailed 5 p.m. via Akaroa.—Mararoa arrived 7 a.»r, from Port Chalmers; Failed 5 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington.—Penguin arrived 10 a.m. Napier.—Matai pails 7.30 p.m. Taubavga.—Australia arrived 7a.m.; sailed 8 a.m. for Gisborne. Auckland.—Oraapere arrived 1 a.m.; sails | 9 p.m. RUSSElX.—Manan.mri arrived 5 a.m. from Auck'anti ; Bailed 1 p.m. for Sydney. Manukau.—Wanaka arrived 8,15 a.m. from New Plymouth. WESTPORT.—Mahinapna arrived 2 p.m. Greymouth.—Koranui sailed 10.30 am. for Nelson. Shipping Telenrrams. Auckland, May 15.—Linda Weber, from Dunedin.— Grecian Bend, from Newcastle Mawhera, from Fiji, Passengers: Messrs Meehan, Davenport, Lyland, Bnylan, H. Richards, Becker, Master Vincent, Mr and Mrs Cotton and child, Hon. G. Moran.—May 16: 2 a.m.. Centennial, from Sydney. Wellington, May 15— Elinor Vernon, Captain Berry, from New York (120 days). During the passage she was pooped by a heavy sea, the deckhouse smashed, and other damage done.—Elinor Vernon, brigantine, from New York. Napihr (Spit), May 16.-5 a.m„ Wild Wave, from Newcastle, Sydney, May 16.—Zealandia, for Auckland.
SHIPPING, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
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