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SHIPPING, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
To-morbow. Taiaroa Heads: 1.47 a.m., 2 7 p.m. Port Chalmers: 227 a.m„ 2.47 p.m. Dunedin: 312 a.m., 3,32 p.m. ♦ Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —May 25. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Passengors: Ten saloon, eight steorage. Mai 26. Isabella Anderson, schooner, 87 tons, Laing, from Hokitika. May 57. Herald, s.s., 340 tons, Jones, from Grey mouth. Four passengers. SAILED.-MAY 26. Ringarooma, p.b,, 623 tons, Allman, for Sydney via the East Coast. Passengers: For Lyttelton-Mr Jamieson. For Wellington— Mas Hitchcock, Mrs Hitchcock and two infants, Master Hitchcook. For AucklandMaster and Miss Rother. Centennial, s.b., 806 tons, Lesßing, for Sydney via the East Coast. Passengers: Messrs Spence, Rae, Conway, Hewitt, Hayes, Hepworth; and eleven steerage. Lizzie Ellen, sohooner, 40 tons, Timpenny, for Fortrose.
The Beautiful Star, with eighteen passengers and cargo from Oamaru, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 9.15 pro. on Saturday. A steamer, supposed to be the Inveroargul, from the Bluff, passed OtagoHeadsatß 45 a.m. yesterday, bound North. The schooner Isabella Anderson, Captain Laing, with cargo from Hokitiko, arrivod at Port Chalmers yesterday forenoon, and anchored in Manßford Bay. She left Hokitika on the 11th inßt.; had light S.W. winds until she made Cape Farewell; and thence met a continuation of light variable winds to arrival. The Bingarooma, under the command of Captain Allman, who has been transferred from the Taupo, left the Rattray street wharf yesterday forenoon with passengers and cargo for Sydney via the Bast Coast portß. The ship Loch Awe transhipped her powder Into the schooner Ark on Saturday afternoon. The New Zealand Shipping Company are advised that the ship Waitaogi ia loading in London for Dunedin. The schooner Isabella Anderson sailed up from Fort Chalmers this forenoon, and landed cargo at the Rattray street wharf. Toe s;s. Herald, with a full cargo of coal from the West Coast, arrived at the Jetty street wharf "at 11 a.m. to-day. She ltft Greymouth at 6 a.m. on the 24th hist,, and bad westerly and B.W. winds, with fine weather, during the passage down the coast, The American barque Mabel has put out nearly 500 tons of cargo at the Rattray street. whwf,
Tho barque Olive lias discharged between 500 and 600 tons of cargo at tho Victoria wharf. The repairs to the barque Brussels are nearly completed. She has taken in her ballast and will shortly leave for Wellington. The schooner Lizzie Ellen left the Jetty street wharf on Sunday evening with cargo for Fortroso, During tho week commencing May 20 and ending on the 2Gth the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharvea :—Arrivals Tukaki 856 ton*. Waihora 1,269, Mabel 750, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Lizzie Ellen 40, Mahinapua 201, Kakanui 59, Penguin 442, Ringaroomi 623, Centennial 591; total, 5,132 tons. Departures • Kakanui 59 tons, Lorna Doone 367, Invercarßill 123, Pukaki 85G, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Brunnor 332, Waibora Mahinapua 201, Ringarooma 623, Centennial 806, Lizzie Ellen 40, Takapuna 370; total, 5,338 tone The s.s. Centennial left tho tongue wharf yesterday forenoon for Sydney via the East Coast, taking seventeen passengers, 3,495 sacks of jroduce, and other cargo. Tho s.s. Penguin took in cargo for Northern ports at the Battray street wharf today. The b.s. Beautiful Star landed cargo at the Rattray street wKatf to-day. SHIRE LINE OF STEAMERS. The s.s. Fifoshire arrived at Adelaide from London on Friday, the 24th May. She left again next day for Melbourne and Sydney, and is expected to arrive at Oamaru on or about tho 12th prox. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Tim R.M.S. Kaikoura left Cape Town for New Zealand via Hobart on Friday last. MARINE CASUALTY. Bluff, May 27.—The schooner E.U. Cameron (40 tons), in ballast, on entering the harbor this morning ran on the rocks. She is now full of water, and will probably break up. The vessel is supposed to be owned in Christchurch. Later. —The vessel was bound from Lyttelton for the Bluff. Sho miHsed stays and went on the rocks at Tewais Point at 8.30 this morning, making water. The crew have gone ashore. An attempt will be made this after noon to tow her off at high tide. Shipping? Telegrams. Wellington, May 27. Hauroto, from Sydney. For Dunedin Mrs Clowes, Mr Shillitto. Bluff, May 27.—The Wairarapa arrived at 10 30 a.m.. She left Melbourne at 4.20 p.m. on the 22nd, passing Swan Island at 3 p.m. next day; experienced strong head wind and sea till tho morning of the 2(ith; thence modcrato westerly winds. For tho Bluff—Mr Henson. For Dunedin—Mrs Parm.n, Misß Tynmore, Messrs Griffin. Paton, Keith, Eagerly, Williams, and Dodd. For Lyttelton Miss O'Brien, Messrs Alexander and Taickfell. For Wellington Mesdamcs Larand, Kischbcth, Starling, Nichols, Misses Well (2), Jones, Moore, Messrs Blisson, Inglish. Rankin, Larand, Ricchbeth (2), Soilleanx, Walker, Johanson, Whyte, Starlinpr, Luckie, Rev. Mr Barron For Auckland—Mrs fAnsjloy, Messrs Quest, Green, and Webster. [Steamer in too late to catch the Dunedin train.] Sydney, May 27. Wakatipu, from Wellington.
Albany, May 27.—P. and O.'s Carthage, from London. Passengers for New Zealand : Messrs Gordon, Scott, and Donald.
SHIPPING, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
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