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SHIPPING, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
To-mobuow. —Taiaroa Heads : 1.16 a.m. 138 p.m. Port Chalmers : 1.56 a.m., 2.18 p.m, Dunedin : 2.41 a.m.. 3.3 p.m.
Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—June 21 Kawatiri, s.s., 228 tons, Apstein, from Greymouth. June 25, Manapouri, s.s,. 1,031 tons, T. Logan, from Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers : From Melbourne —Mr and Mrs J. G. Ware, child, and nurse, Miss Clark, Kev. H. Robertson, Messrs C. J. Swann, A, Duder, F. Jensen, W. Donaldson, J. Raphael, E, J, Tulford, M. Gepp. From the Bluff—Mr and Mrs J. G. Ward, Miss Do Smidt; and six in the steerage. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrum, from Timaru. SAILED-June 24. Brunner, s.s., 332 tone, Kwen, for the West Coast. Mawhera, s.s,, 840 tons. Oliver, for Timaru. June 25. Invercargill, s.s.. 136 tons, Sundstrum, for Rotorua, s.s., 576 tons, Neville, for the North. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Messrs Thomson, Valentine, Timms, For Wellington —Mesdamca Al-xandcr, Cook, Ware, nurse, and two children, Misses Alexander, Carew, Ware, Mo-srs Dezoelle, Raphael, Dunnet, Gepp, Stack Tulford, Rev. H. J. Robertson. Invercargill.
The Invercargill left Timaru at 6 p.m. yesterday; had light winds with flue easterly weather, and arrived at Dunedin at 6 a.m. today, After landing and icceiving cargo, she left again this afternoon for Invercargill. The Mawhera completed the discharge of her cargo yesterday evening, and steamed down to Port Chalmers. The Mawhera left the Victoria wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday for Timaru. The Kawatiri commenced discharging coal at tho Jetty street wharf this morning. With the first shift of wind to tho S.W. we may look for tho nrrival of tiro ship Cnitlock, new 100 days out from London. She should bo clcso’y followed by the barque Alice, 103 days out from New York.
The Manspouri, from Melbourne via tho Bluff, arrived at 7.45 a.m. to-day, and berthed at tho Bowen pier until this afternoon, when she steamed up to Dunedin. Purser Guy reports leaving the Bluff at 4,10 p.m. yesterday ; had light winds and fine weather along tho coast.
At the instance of the Tiinaru Harbor Board Mr Turnbull intends to call a meeting early in the cession of members interested in harbor work?, with a view to bringing pressure to bear -On the Government for the purpose of getting an amendment of the Harbors Act in the direction of limiting the liability tf Boards for the acta of pilots and harbor-masters. It is stated that a Leeds engineering firm are now setting up machinery for the manufacture, by a patent process, of steel boats for ships. They are to he of the various sizes generally in use, and each boat will be made out of a single plate, with no joints or rivet*—except, in some cases, at the stern. Lightness, strength, and durability are claimed as the advantages this new departure in boat construction is expected to offer.
The Kawntiri, with 410 tons of coal fiorn Greymouth, arrived at Port Chalmers at 4 SO p.m. yesterday, and after a s v ort stay at tho George street pier she steamed np to Dunedin, She left Greymouth at 4 p.m. on the 21*t inst ; passed Akaroa at ft p.m. on the 23rd, arriving as above, having experienced strong variable winds, with squally weather, heavy rain, and moderate sea, throughout the passage. The Beautiful Htar took in cargo to-day at the Rattray street wharf. She sails at 10 p.m. for Oamaru.
STRANDING OF THE ISABELLA ANDERSON. Tire schooner Isabella Anderson went ashore at Hokitika this morning. She left hero on Juno 6 with a cargo of produce, which was added to at Oamaru, which port she left on tho 17th inst. She is owned by Mr Peter Lang, of Dunedin, and is insured—tho hull in the Union Office for LSOO, and the cargo for L3OO in the Colonial. The National also hold a risk of L 167 10s on freight and cargo. As the sea at Hokitika is reported to be smooth there is every probability of the vessel being floated off.
Hblpplnff Telegrams. Auckland, Juno 24.—Devonport, from Newcastle. Wellington, June 24.—8e115, barque, from Newcastle.—Centennial, for the South.—Passengers : Mr, Mrs, and Mias C'ouison, Mr and Mrs Caffan, servant, and two children, Mrs Gocdson, Miss Goodwin, Messrs M'Goffan and Glass; and ton in the steerage.—Ringarooma, for the South. Passengers : Misses Moynihan and Smart, Mr and Mrs Harrison, Mr Palmer ; and four in the steerage.—'\Va : rarapa, for Melbourne via Hobart and South. Passengers: Misses Bird, Kissel, and Brodie, Mesdamos Davies, Flyger, Brodie and infant, Messrs Flyger, Carmichael, Harkwood, Saleck, M'Dougall, Hugo, Studholme, Long, Wilson, and Scott.
Sydney, June 24 Fiona, from Auckland,
SHIPPING, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
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