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SHIPPING, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889
To-morbow. Talaroa Heads : 0.16 a.m.. 686 p.ra. Port Chalmers : 6.56 a.m,, 7.16 p.m. Dunedin ; 7.41 a.m.. 8.1 P tc. Port Clialmera. ARRIVED,— July 2 Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundstrmu, from Lyttelton. July 3. Ta Anau, s.s., 1,020 tons, MTntosb, from Newcastle. Passengers : Two steerage. Mahinapna, s.s,, 205 tons, Todd, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports. Passengers: Mesdamea Peters, Wakley, M : 'ses Boo~»ington, Robmson, M’Ewan, Mr Rivers; and eight in the steerage. Tarawera, s.s., 1.268 tons, Sinclair, from Sydney via Auckland and Kast Coast ports. Passengers: ■ Meadames Lloyd, Montgomery, Griffiths. Miss Heogh, Messrs Allison, Page, Lloyd, Fraser, Pirie, Glover (2), Seville, Heels, Walsh, Gugenheim, Captain Kemp ; and ten in the steerage. SAILED.— JuIy 2. Herald, s.s., 356 tons, Jones, for the West Coast via Oamaru. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. July 3, Dunedin, schooner, 66 tons, Hansen, for Napier. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundatrmn, for Invercargill.
The Mararoa steamed up from Port Chalmers yesterday evening. She landed and took in cargo at the Victoria wharf to-day. The Herald 1-ft Dunedin last night for West Coast ports via Oamaru. The Beautiful Star, with passengers and cargo, left the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday for Oamaru. The Tarawora arrived at Port Chalmers at 10.30 a.m., and berthed alongside the Bowen pier. She left Lyttelton at 6 p.m. yesterday. From Sydney to Wellington experienced strong head winds; thence fine weather to arrival.
A brigantine bound north passed the Heads this morning. The schooner Dunedin left the Jetty street wharf this forenoon with cargo for Napier. The Mahinapna steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon, and landed cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The Invercargill, from Lyttelton, arrived yesterday afternoon. The Mahinapna (Captain Todd), from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports, arrived at Port Chalmers at 8 a m to-day, and steamed alongside the Bowen pier to discharge cargo. She left Westport at 11 a.m. on the 28th nit, called at Nehon (29th), Wellington (30th), Lyttelton (on the Ist insv.). and arrived at Timaru at 8 a.m. on the 2nd, leaving again at 5 p.m. game d»v. arriving as above. The Rosamond, having discharged her cargo of coal, was taken into the graving dock this morning. The TeAnau (Captain M'fntosh), from Newcastle direct, arrived at Port Chalmers at 9.15 a.m. to-day, and steamed alongside the George street pier in readiness to discharge part cargo. Mr Nancarrow (her purser) reports leaving Newcastle at 5 p.m, on the 28th ult.; experienced fresh northerly winds and fine weather across, and passed Puysegur Point at 1.15 p.m. on the 2nd inst., arriving as above.
SHIRE LINE OF STEAMERS. The s.b. Klderslie arrived at Fremantle on 2nd inst., whence she sails to-morrow for Adelaide and other Australian ports. She is due at Oamaru about Ist of next month.
Shipping- Telearrams. Wellington, July 2. Centennial, Ringa rocma. and Grafton, from the South.—Hine moa, for Southern lighthouses and Antipodean Islands. Ringarooma and Centennial, for Sydney. Lyttelton, July 2. —Takapuna, for Wellington.— Mawhera, for Westport.—Wakatn, for Kaikoura.—Tarawera, for the South and Melbourne. Passengers: Mesdames Feestad and family, Llovd, Mins Longhrey. Messrs Feestad, Lloyd, Seville. Master Kennedy. London, July 2,—Taranaki, ship, from Port Chalmers (April 4). —Waimea, barque, from Lyttelton (March 23).—Bargany, ship, from Lyttelton (March 10).— Linlithgowshire, ship, from Napier (April 8). —Mathilde Hennings, barque, from Timaru (March 19).—Paula, barqueutine, from Timaru (March 4).
SHIPPING, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889
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