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SHIPPING, Issue 7930, 11 June 1889
iliffh water. To-morrow. —Taiaroa Heads: 0.58 a.m.. 1.23 pm, Port Chalmers : 1.38 a.m., 2.3 p.m, Dunedin 2,23 a.m., 2.48 p.m. * Port Chalmers. ARRIVED—June 10. Jessie N'coll, schooner, 93 tons, M'Kcnzie, from Mercury ray. Juke 11. KaVanui, s. .59 tons, Best, from '.Maikawa. Ohau, a.s , 411 tons, Stott, from Westport via Milford Sound. Passengers: loom Westport—Mrl: N. Dickson From Milford Bound —Captain Maicoim, Messrs J. Young, W. Coutts, A. Davies. To Allan, K.R, 1,0:70 tons, MTntosh, from Melbourne via the Bluff Pa-ocngors: From Melbourne—Mr nod Mrs N. Thomson, Mesdames Admoro and two children, Armstrong, Miss Jones, Mcosrs J. K. Scott, L. Lawford ; and thirty in the steerage. From the Bluff •• Messrs Armstrong, Shillito, Houghton ; and two steerage. Lizzie Edcu, schooner, 48 tons, Timpony, from Fortrose. SAILED.-June 10 Isabella Anderson, schooner, 84 tois, Laing, for Hokitika via Oamaru. June 11. Invercargill, s.s., 139 tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill. The Te Anau, from Melbourne via the Bluff, arrive 1 at Port ('halin r-i at S a ni. to-day, and after 1 Hiding cargo at the Geoige street pur was hauled ildo the graving dock for cl aning and repainting. Mr Nancirrow, her pmser, n-ports leaving Will>air.a'own at 4.3' p.m cn f.h» sth inst. } cleared Poit Phillip He: d» at 7,;>0 p m.. am' breasted : 'uy-og\u Point at 10. J 5 p.m. on the 9th. aniv eg at the Bluff at 9 a.m. on the Wth ; left ;*g.: o at 5 p.m. same day, arriving as above. From Melbourne she experienced light winds and fine weather until the Bth inst, thence fie.-h westerly winds with th’ck rainy weather to arrival. The schooner Lizz'u Ellen, from Fortrose, arrived tb* ■ afternoon. An Auckland telegram says that the weather on the West Coast being v<ry bad, the steamer Gairl c,h had a narrow escape, having run into Raglan short of con', and having lost some cattle, 'i lie 11 a wen a left Kawiiia on Saturday with a 1' ge in tow. Anxiety is felt for her safety. The sell oner Isabella Anderson left Dunedin yesteiday evening with a cargo for Hokitika via Oamaiu. The Invercargill took in cargo at, the Rattray street wharf this morning and left in the afternoon for Invercaigdl. The Wakatipu is landing cargo at the Jetty street wharf. The Beautiful Star took in cargo at the Rattiay street wharf to-d»y and leaves for Oamaiu at 10 pm. The schooner Jessie Nicoll, with a full cargo of timber from Mercery Bay, arrived at Dunedin yesterday afternoon. She left Mercury Bay on May 25, and experienc'd a succession of light winds, calms, and hue weather tlir< ughout the passage. She commenced discharging cargo at the Rattray sheet wharf this morning. The Kakanui, with a cargo of timber and stone from Waikawa, arrived at the Rattray street wharf at 830 a.m. to dxv. She left Waikawa at 5 p m. yesterday, and had fresh S.W, winds with rainy weather along the ooa;t The ketch Gratitude, when he zed by the Customs authorities, was on her way to Sydney with a load of fi-h, having been forced by bid weather to put into Wharaaroa harbor. She is owned by Buckingham and Pepper, of Sydney, and was built by Buckingham for fishing purposes on the coast <1 the North I-lind. On arrival at Auckland the Collector of Customs informed the captain that he had made himself liable to a fine by coming to New Zeal-md waters without reporting Innvclf, having chared at Sydney for coastal icivices Tim captain states that be put into Mercury Bay for stores, and he there reported himself to the Custom homo officer. Ho has consulted a solicitor on the matter. . The Ohau from Westport via Milford Sound, arrived at Poit Chalmers early this morningaud steamed a!ong-i.ic ilm Bowen pier to discharge her cargo of coal into the bulks, Mr Tate (her purser) reports leaving Westport at 4 p.m. on the 7th inst., and anchored in Jack-son Pay at 5 p.m. on the. Bth ; left again at midnight, and entered Milford t.ound at B.4*> a.m on tlic 9t,h ; took on board Captain Malcolm, Messrs Young, Coutts, and Davies, and left again at 11 a.m. same day ; hr* asted I’uyseynr Point at 6 a.m. on the 10th, anil arrived as above. From We tport -hc experienced light winds and calm weather until 2 p m. on the. 9r.li, thence strong S.W. and westerly w nils with thick squally weather to arrival. Sliliiplnv Telegrams. Wellington, June lO.—Mararoa, for Melbourne via the South. Lyttelton, June 10. —Wanaka, for the North.- Mahinapus, for Wellington ami WestJune 11.—Wairarapa, from Auckland
SHIPPING, Issue 7930, 11 June 1889
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