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SHIPPING, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889
Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—Mat 28. Jnvercarjjill, b.b., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Stewart Island via Timaru. Wairarapa, s.s., 1.023 tons, Ohatfleld, from, Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: From Melbourne—Meadames Jarman, Laraid, Reich-, lath, pisses Will (2), and Finmore, Messrs Griffen, Paton, Eagerty, Bleson, Will'ams, Romkin, Inglis, Laraid, Reiohlath (3), Barren, Walker, Johanson, Dodd. From the Bluffer and Mrs Southern, Miss Thompson, Mr Tipping; fifteen in the steerage. BAILED.-MAT 27. Otago, barque, 983 tons, Norman, for Sydney. Mat 28. Inveroargill, t.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, for, Inveroargill. '■''
Penguin, s.s., 442 tons, Bernech, for Northern ports. Passengers: For Wel'ington—Misses Cockerill, Shewan, Mesdameß Oookerill, Risobbeth, Southern, Larard, Messrs Oookerill, Larard, Inelis, Rankin, Grcsin, Allison, Rischbelh (5), Walker, M'Lonnan, Palmer, |Master Nanoarrow. For Auckland- Mr M'Lennan.
The ste.uner Wairarapn, from Melbunrne via the bluff, arrived alongside the street pier at, 7.30 n.m to-rny.' MrTaylo"-, her purser, reports leaving Me bourne at 4 25 p.m. on the 22nd inst.; cleand Poit Phillip Heads at 7 p.m , and passed Swan Island at 3 p.m. ou the 23rd ; experienced strone head winds and sea until the morning of the 26fch; thence moderate westerly winds; breasted the Solanders at 545 a.m. on the 27th. arriving at the Bluff at 10 30 a.m.! left at 4.30 p.m. same day, arriving as above.
The barque Otago left the George street pier yesterday evening, being towed clear of the Heads by the tug Plucky, and sailed for Sydney. The h.s. Invercarqill arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 9 a m. to-day, and took in cargo for the South. Sho left Stewart Island at 6 p.m. on the 25th inst.; had light winds and thick weather, and reached Timaru at 6 p.m. on the 26th; landed and took in cargo, and left again at 10 p.m. on the 27th; had light N.E. winds and fine weather down the coast, and arrive.l as above. !she left Dunedin this afternoon for Invcroargill. The s.s. Penguin left the Rattray street whaif at 3 p.m. to-day for Northern ports The schooner Isabella Andewon is discharging cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The barque William Turner is discharging cement and taking in grain at the cross wharf. The barque Loch Awe commenced discharging cargo at the cross wharf this morning. The s.s. Beautiful Star took in cargo at the Rattray street whaif to-day, and sails for Oamaru at 10 p.m. 'J he Glenlora, from London, arrived at Nelson on Saturday Might.
Wellington, May 27. -Rotomohana, for Melbourne via the Scuth and Hobart, Passengers: Misses Walker (2), M'Donald, fachman, Allured (2), Sylvester, Sproull, Mesdames Palmer, Burns, Williamson and two children, Fraser and two children, Gardner, Clowes, Williams, Wallace, Pascoe, Judges Williams and Dennittoo, Messrs Brown, White, Gordon, Cutten, Oarkson, Burns, Smeaton. Robinson, Carrick, Bethune, Higginson, Bell, Shillitto, Allured, Von Haast; and twenty in the stecago.—The baique Weathersfield, stranded on Otaki Beach, was rold by auction to-day, and bought on behalf of a syndicate for L 530. London, May 27. Balmoral Castle, s.s., from New Zealand.
SHIPPING, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889
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