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SHIPPING., Issue 7948, 2 July 1889
High Water. To-mobbow. Taiaroa Heads : 5.37 ft.m.. 5.56 p.m. Port Ohalmem: 0.17 a.m„ (5.36 p.m. Dnnedin: 7.2 a.m., 7.21 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —July 1. Doric, R.M.S., 4,784 tons, J. W. Jennings, R.N.R., from Plymouth (May 18), Teneriffe (May 23), Cape Town (June 7), and Hobart (Ju-.e 27). Passenger*:—For Dunedin: Second cabin-Mrs Christie. Third dasß—Mrs E. Walsh and three children, Misses M. Lonegan, M. A. Lonegan, B. Murphy, B. Holland. C. Crozier, Messrs J. Noonan, J. Touch, W. A. Derrick, J. Murphy, 0. J. Robinson, S. B. Crawford. P. B. Crawford. For Lyttelton: Saloon—Mr and Mrs J. Cbynoweth, Master J. Chynoweth. Mr R. W. Edwards. Second saloon—Miss Mary Woodrup, Mr G. J. Ogden. Third ola»s—Messrß T. J. Stephens, P. Goldsmith, T. C. Vin°, B. Morahan, P, Morahan, W. O'Neill. For Wellington; Saloon—Mr W. L, Bright, M.P., Mesdames W. L. Bright. J. P. Wilson, Miss Bonner, Rev. J. d. Wilson. Second saloon—Messrs T. Coard, H. W. Hole, G. W. Glem>y. Third class—Mrs M. Hutchinga, Master Hutchings, Messrs A. Collins, S. J. Davenport, W. T. Penny, J. Ashwell, M. Scanlan, J. C. Author. For Auckland—Mr and, Mrs W, Lee, Misses Lee, B Lee, R. Lee, Mastcra W. Leo, E, Lee, Mrs and Miss Pilcher, Mews J. lee and R. Lee. Third class—Miss E. Bishoprtok and Mr W. Parker. For Napier; Saloon—Messrs R. Homan and D. Canning Third class—Mr B. Peok. For Nelson : Second class-Mr F. R. N. Goddard. For Blenheim ; Third class—Mr J. May. For the Bluff: Third class—Mr J. Stewart. Jdly 2.
Rosamond, 8.8,, 721 tons, Manning, froin Greymouth.' Mararoa, b.b., 1,658 tons, Edio, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers; Mesdames Brown.* Gordon and child, Misses Hodgkihs and Ash, Messrs Andrew, Worley, Findlay, Cordon, Boyes, Soreby; and twentyfive in the steerage. SAIXED.— July 2. Ohau, s.s., 411 tons, Stott, for Westport. Oamille, brigantine, 221 tons, Helgeson, for Kajpara.
Thebrigantine Oamille, havingtakenin ballast at the Eattray street wharf, was towed to sea this afternoon by the 8,8. Plucky and sailed for Kaipara. The barque d'Artagnan is clear of cargo, and completing repairs at the crosß wharf. Her destination is not yet fixed. The steamer Dorio had landed some 200 tons of cargo at noon to-day. ' The rigging with whioh the Dart was fitted whilst in Auokland dock, and whioh is now said to be rotten, was procured from the naval stores at Davenport, and was set np by the Dart's crew. No blame can therefore be attached to. the contractor for the repairs to the vessel. During the week commencing 24th June and ending 30th June the following vessels, have been at the Dunedin wharves:—Arrivals:, Kawatiri 286 tons, Manapouri 1,020, Inveroargill 123, Kakanui 56 (twice), Beautiful Star (twice), Oamille (brigantine) 221, Oentjen-
nial 591, Ringarooma 623, Grafton 297, Takapuna 370, Oatlin (ketch) 46, Herald 350; total, 4,214 tonß. Departures: Mawhera 340 tons, Brunner 332, Invercargill 123, Rotorua 576, Beautiful Star 146 (twice). Kawatin 286, Manapouri 1,020, Kakanui 56, Jessie Nicol (schooner) 93, Grafton 297. Centennial 591, Ringarooma 623; total, 4,629 tons.
ARRIVAL OF THE DORIC. The R.M.S. Doric, which reached the Head* at 10 p.m. on Sunday from Plymouth via Teneriffe, Cape Town, and Hobart, crossed the bar at 3.30 p.m. yesterday under the charge of Pilot Paton, berthing at the Oeorge street pier at 4 p.m., when several of her Northern passengers were transhipped to the Takapuna. The Doric is still under the command of Captain J. "W. Jennings, K.N.R.; Mr W Sowden still occupies his old position as chief officer; and Messu J. Breen, J. Thornton, and W. H. Culvert come as second, third, and fourth officers. Dr B. A. Tall still retains the position of medical officer. The engineering department is under the charge of Mr Robert Reed. Mr Cabel Harris is chief steward; Mr W. L. Walters (to whom we are indebted, with his usual courtesy, for particulars of the voyage) retains his old position as purser. The Doric brings 1,750 tons of cirgo, 894 tons of which are for this port and transhipments, 158 tons for Lyttelton, 486 tons for Wellington, aud the remainder for various ports; also 68 passengers, 18 of whom are for Otago, 14 for Lyttelton, 16 for Wellington, 14 for Auckland, 8 for Napier, 1 for Nelson, 1 for Blenheim, and 1 for tbo Bluff. In addition to these hhe landed 90 passengers at Hobart. The Doric left London on May 16 with IC4 passengers, mails, and 2,000 tons of cargo; arrived at P ymouth on the following da?, and left again on the 18th; experienced fine weather to Teneriffe, which was reached on the 23rd, after a passage of 4d 15h; landed two passengers and embarked three, and left again at 10.30 a.m. same day; had fine weather up to the Equator, which was crossed at 1.45 p.m. on May 29 ; thence she had fresh southerly winds, and arrived at Cape Town at 5 53 p.m. on June 7, after a run of 15d 2h from Teneriffe; coaled and left again at 8.55 a.m. on June 8; experienced moderate to freth winds from north round to south, and arrived at Hobart at 2.30 p.m. on June 26, having completed the run from the Cape in 17d 20h—her pasting being run down in latitude 45deg and 46deg a. Ou June 20, in latitude 45deg 50min a., longitude 103deg smin F„ she pasped the ship Silver Craig, from London forßa*hurst Harbor, sbtyeight days out, "all well." After landing 250 tons oargo and 90 passengers she left again at 10.4 a.m. on the 27th ult.; experienced light winds with fine weather across, and passed the Traps at 9 16 a.m. on the 30th, arriving off the Heads at 10 p.m.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS The Coptic (Lyttelton, May 18) arrived at Plymouth on Sunday morning, her meat cargo being in good condition.
MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEKT.
Tuesday, July 2.
Timabu.—Mahinapua arrived this morning from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p.m. for Duoedin, Oamabu.—Wakatipu arrived early from Dunedin.
Lyttelton.—Tarawera arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 4.30 p.m. for Dunedin.— Takapuna arrived noon from Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Auckland.—Rotorua sailed 12 45 p.m. for New Plymouth.
The Customs) Department informs us that the Hinemoa will leave for the West Coast Sounds or. Saturday. On the expiry of her present charter the s.s. Wallabi is to be put in the Mokihinui coal trade.
Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, July I.—Richmond, from the Islands. Passengers: Mcsdames Burton, Hutton, Colonel Burton, Captain Raymond, Messrs W. G. Cato, C. A. Kdenborougb, D. Latchmere, W. S. A. Morrison, Brown, N. Foldi. Manapouri, from tlio South. Sovereign, schooner, for Brisbane.—Arrived (at Kaipara): W. F. Weitsmann. from New Caledonia. Wellington, July I.—Tarawera, for Melbourne via the South. Pas^ngera: Mistea Hinks, Ferguson, Deveneaux, Warren, Davey, Mesdames Andrews, Montgonwry, Amos, Riijgs, Lloyd. Jones, Ilay *ard, Hugo and maid, Benny, Smith, Hahens. Dt Colo, Messrs Lloyd, Habens, Steel, Friend, Lambert, Glover (2), Wadley. Goodward, Williams, Robinson, Hugo, Wood, Nicholb, Riggs, Burnes, Fraser, Cullen, Ferguson, Tracey, M'Cornisb, Haywood, Deveraux, Ashton, Guggenheim, Stock. Lyttelton, July I.—Oaklands, barque, for Newcastle.—Centennial, for Sydney,—Grafton and Mahinapua, for Timaru and Dunedin.— Ringarooma, for Wellington and Sydney.— Wanaka, for Wellington.—Kahu, for Chatham Islands.—July 2: Noon, Takapuna, from Port Chalmers.—9am., Abercarne, from London.— 1,20 p.m., Oakland, from Newcastle.—Kaikouio, from Napier. Sydney, July I. Rotomahana, from Auckland. . .
Timahu, July 2.—The Wareatea, coal laden from Westport, reports having to run into shelter three times before getting through Cook Strait, and having met with heavy seaa off Cape Campbell. The officers say that it was the roughest weather they have experienced on the coast for years.—The banjuentine Annießow is now twenty-three days out from Newcastle for this port.
SHIPPING., Issue 7948, 2 July 1889
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