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SHIPPING, Issue 7950, 4 July 1889
lllKli Water. Tomorrow. Tafaroa I fun la : (>.••!• a.m.. I'l,l p.m. Port Chain™™ : 'f.'-'J a.in., ¥.2 p.m. DuniMliu : «S 2i a.m., S.J7 p.m.
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hhm:, cutter, from the South.
• Port Chalmers. ARRIVED— July 1 Kakanui, as,, 59 tons, Best, from Waikawa. SAILKD.- July 4. RoMimonJ, s.s, 721 tons, Manning, for Greymouth. Mararoa, s.s, 1.65S tons, Edic, for bylr-'y via the K.iat Coast. Passcigers: For A,y to • 'ton-Misse3 Fcnton and Lees (3\ Mn Lees, Messrs Lees, Prown, and Allen. For Wo'.lirgton—Mrs Forsyth and two children Mister Valontine, Mcsus M'Mahon, Nancft-row, Lorrie, and Dr Bclchc-. For Nap-V—Messrs Fulton, Homar. and Grieve. For Gab rne— Mr Brown. For Auckland—Messrs Lundon, Noill, and Roberta, Mrs Sutton and cl ild, and Mrs P, C. Neiil. For Sydney—Messrs Erown, Watfcon, Holmes, and Mrs Holmes Tarawera, s.s., 1,058 tons, Sinclair, for Melbourco via Bluff and Hobart, Passengers: For Bloff—Messrs Glower (2). For Mclbourno —Mrs Brown.
The Mararoa steamed down from Dunedin, and, after taking on board gome 200 tons of transhipments from the Doric, embarked hor passengers and sailed this afternoon for Sydney via Auckland and East Coast ports. The To Anau steamed up t:> Dunedin at 0 p.m. yesterday and landed cargo at tho tongue wharf to-day. The Doric has put out over 1,000 tons cargo for this p rt and transhipments, and commenced this morning to take in her frozen mutton.
The Kakanui, with a cargo of stone and timber from Waikawa, anived at tho Rattray street wharf at 4 a.m. to-day. She left Waikawa at 4 p.m. yesterday, and had S.B. winds with thick rainy weather throughout the passage. Referring to the lato Mr Nancarrow's early carc:r, a correspondent of the Auckland •Herald' writes:—"The firat trading steamer on the New Zealand coast was the Nelson, of which, I believe, Mr Nancarrow was tho engineer. She, however, ran only a short time, and ■then came tho Zingari, which ran from tho Manukau to Port Cooper (now called Lyttelton), calling at Taranaki, Nelson, and Wellington. Of this vessel Mr Nancarrow was engineer, and Captain Milton master. The 7ingari r»n till about the middle of 1857, when > he was taken off the coast, and Mr Nancwrow remained at Nelson. Then came the Tasmanlan Maid, a small local steamer, for tho Nplpon and Blind H\y trade, which was owned and imported by twelve Nelson men, of whom Mr Nancarrow was one. It is rather a notable coincidence that the captain, mate, and engineer of the Z'Dg*ri should have died within a few months of each other."
The barquentinc Frank Guy is expected to complete hor cargo and sail for Auckland tomorrow.
MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHir COMPANY'S FLKKT. Thursday. July J. Tim.miu —Hciald arrived car'.y this morning from Oainaru. Lyttkiaon.— Brunncr at rived !l last night from Grey mouth.—Wakatipn arrived 7 a.m. from Timaru; sails 7 p.m f>r Wellington.— Fcnguin arrived 11.30 a.m. from Wei ingtoi:; sailed 4 p.m. for Akaroa. Nelson'. -Kotorua arrivu.l 10 a.m f-.'oin New Plymouth ; Hailed noon for Ficton. KussßUi.—Wainui arrived 7 a m. from Auckland ; Hailed 10 a.m. fir Tonga, Samoa, etc.
Shipping Telegram*. Auckland, July ;'».-i:anlMiiro, hamue, for Loudon.—Gerfalcon, b:ii<|ucntiin\ for Maiden Inland. —Waimii, for Samoa and Tonya. Wellington, July "•. Barque Glamiß, Captain Fra<=or, from London (lO'.t dny« out).— Tikapuna, from tho South. Fulraki, from Westport.—rencuin, for the South, rnnfiengcrs : Messrs Oobham, Price, Dadloy; and three steerage. GitKYjiorjTH, July 3.—Tho Mersey, a fourmasted sailing vessel, came in this afternoon (four hours after high tide) without waiting for a tug, though signalled to put to sea. She whs drawing ahout 9ffc. The bar was fairly smooth at tho time.
Sydney, July 3. William Turner, from Oamaru.—PeerleßS. Kaiparo.
Newcastle, July 3.—Willie M'Larcn, for Wollingt n.—JcFßie, for Auckland. Brisbane, July 3.—Clifton, from Oamaru. Timaru, July 4.—Annie Bow, from Newcastle ; twonty-five days. She mot with very heavy weather. Melbourne, July 3. Elizaboth Graham, from New Zealand.—Waihora, for tho Bluff.
SHIPPING, Issue 7950, 4 July 1889
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