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SHIPPING, Issue 7938, 20 June 1889
To-MORBOW. Taiaroa Head*: 8.47 *m.. 9.17 p-m. Port Chalmers : 9.27 a.m. ( 9.57 p.m. Dunedin: 10.12 &,m., 10 42 p.m.
Port Cbalmers. ARRIVED. -Jcnk 19. Beautiful Btar, s.s., 14fl ton?, Brewer, from Oauwu. Passengers: Twelve saloon and five steerage. Junk 20, Dnnedin, schooner, 60 tons, J.hansen, from Nanicr. BAILED.- Jbks 20. Enterprise, br'gautlne, 84 tons, Bell, for Napier, Ltezie Ellen, schooner, 40 tons, Timpeny, for Fortrose. Waihora, s.s., 1,262 tons, Pophara, for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers; Miss Brown, Mesdames Thomson, Btronach, Messrs Thomson, R. O. Morn, Nioholls (2), The barquo D'Artagnan broko bulk this morning and commenced discharging cargo at tbo cross wharf.
Tho schooner Dunedin, from Napier, arrived at Port Chalmers yesterday and anchored off Kilgour Point. The brigantine Enterprise left Dunedin this morning for Napier with a cargo of grain and other produce. The echooner Lizzio Ellen left the Jetty Btreet wharf this forenoon with cargo for Fortrose. H.M.S. Orlando is to be docked at Auckland next month.
The Toupo was hauled out of the graving dock yesterday evening, and her place taken by tho Waihora.
The Beautiful Star left Oamaru at 3 p.m. yesterday, ard arrived at 9.30 p.m., having met light to fresh southerly winds with B.E. swell and thick rainy weather down the coast. At a Marine Conrt of Inquiry, held at Hamburg on the sth April, into the loss of the German Bhip Thalia near Capo Horn in December last, the aid rendered to the Thalia|by the British barque Janet M'Neil was duly acknowledged. The Taupo, which is to take up tho running between Melbourne and Fiji, sails this evening for Melbourne via Oamaru.
Tho Fifcshire bad taken in np to noon to-day 20,800 carcasses mutton, 581 quarters beef, 27 cases kidneys, in addition to a quantity cf wool and other cargo. f~ * The Wellington ' Post' understands that Mr Moffatt, ohief officer of the Shaw, Savill and Albion Company's steamer Arawa, is likely to have comm»n-i of the company's new Bteamcr just built. Mr Evrvn«, chief officer of the Tainui, is likely to have command of the second new steamer which, it is understood, is in process of construction for the same comP anV " TV Messrs David Bruce and Co., Dundee, on behalf of Messrs Ant, Dom Bordes and Son, Paris, have just contracted with a firm of Clyde shipbuilders for a five-ma' ted steel sailing ship designed to carry 6,000 tons deadweight. She will bo the largest vessel of her class afloat. The ships John M'Leod and Paul Revere kft Manila with cargoes of sugar for Now York, a challenge and wager having passed between the two skippers. They kept together till passing Cape Horn, sighted each other off Cape Hattoras, were four days together in a gale, and were neck-and-neck at Sandy Hook, where the American vessel (the Paul Revere) got a slant of wind, and dropped anchor in Now York Harbor juat ten minutes ahead of her rival. This has been described as the closest ocean race on record, but so far as actual sailing Is concorned two of the China tei-olippers made a much closer finish. They left the Chinese port together and went up tihe English Channel after their long voyage " yard-arm and yard-arm," as Bailors say. The owner of one had a tug lying in wait off Dungwnees for her, and, catching the tide, was in London twelve hours before the other, for whieh no such provision was made. To Dungeness it was practically a dead heat. _____ MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET, Tudksday, Juifß 20. Blbw.—Hauroto arrived noon from Sydney, Wellington.—Mawhera arrived 5 a.m. from Westpori—Penguin arrived 8 a.m. from Lyttelton j sailed this afternoon for Nelson. Auckland.—Arawata arrived 1.30 p.m, from Lyttejton. _ Shipping TelegTami. BtdnEV, June 19.—Splendid, from Hokianga, Auckland, June 19.—Wairarapa, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdamos Hughes, M*Arthur, Jakins, Kissing, Wharfield, Misses Wharfield, Partridge, Gairin, Abbott, Perett, Messrs Arnold, Meyer, Thomas, 'Wharfield, Hughes, Rogers, M'Arthur, Kelrle, Northby, Stephens, Abbott, Fanning, Fenton, Moultin, Masters Abbott and M'Oadthie; and thirty steerage.— Southern Cross, from Fiji. Passenger: Bev. W. Gardener.—Te Anau, for Sydney, Wellington, June 19.—Rotorua, from Nelson. Takapuna, from Onehunga. Tainui, from Napier.— Tekapo, for Sydney. Australia, for Atickjtyti vi.a fttfi Qflftjt.
Blcpp, June 19,~Barque3 Onyx for Port Pirie and G. M. Tucker for Melbourne.—June 20: Noon, Hauroto, from Newcastle. Newcastle, June 19.—Pendlehill, schooner, for Napier.—Lady Mabel, brigantine, for Auckland.
London, June 19.- Barque Ganymede, from Timaru (February 16)— Ship Zuleika, from Lyttelton (February 23). Melbourne, June 19. Rebecca, barque, from New Zealand.—Manapouri, for the Bluff.
SHIPPING, Issue 7938, 20 June 1889
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