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SHIPPING, Issue 7957, 12 July 1889
To-UOSKOW, Taiarca Heads: 2.25 a.no. 2 62 p.m. Port Ohalraera : 3.5 a.in., 3.52 p.m, runedin: 3.50 a.m., 4-17 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— JoIt 11. Mawhera, s s., 353 tons, Oliver, from Westport via Wellington and Lyttelton. Jolt 12. Rotorua, s.i*., 576 tons, Neville, from the North. Passengers; Mrs Hall, Rev, B. M. Kiog, Messrs Heatley, Tronp, Trevillian, Mouaet, Master Lambert; and one steerage. BAILED. — Jolt 11. Ossapere, i s , 332 tons, Smith, for tk? West Coast via Camara. Oban, a. ■., 411 tons, Stott, for Westport, The Manaponn is receiving an overhaul at the George street pier. The Oaitlooh is landing cargo at the Victoria wharf, and will n eefc with quick despatch. Some partiou'ars wore wired from Greymoath en the 3id inst. respecting the barque Mertoy having been able to enter the harbor without the assistance of a tag. It seems that she is a four-masted barque of 963 tons net register. Her dimensions are 260 ft 4<n in length, 30ft 2in beam, and 16ft 51 a depth of hold. She is capable
of carrying up to 1,600 tons dead weight; and has been sent to Qreymohth to Idad coke and coal for idouth Australia. As she arrived in ballast, and her depth is over 16ft, it necessarily follows that she roust have drawn 9ffc more than the telegram stated. But the fact of her pawing the bur ar.d sailing direct to the wharf without assistance four hours after high w its- shows that the statements respecting the Oreymouth Harbor must have been grossly ex ggerated, the will load 500 tons cf coke and the b dance of coal to make up a complete cargo.—* Lyttelton Times.’ MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Friday. July 12. Bluff.—'Te Auau arrived 8 a.m. from Dunedin ; sailed 4 p.m. for Melbourne, Oamaru. — Om ipere arrived early from Dunedin ; sails this evening for Timaiu. Lyttelton, Tikapuna arrived 8.30 a.m. from Wellington ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington. Wwlioia arrived 8 a.m. from Lyttelton ; sails 7 pm. for Napier. Manukau.—Wanaka sailed 10.15 a.m. for New Plymouth. THE DIRECT ETBAMER9. Wellington, July 11,—The R.M.S. Kai koura sailed this afternoon for London via Rio, Pasiengers ; For London ; Saloon —Mieses Heaver and B, M'Oause, Mcsdames Campbell and M‘Cause, Rev. C. Campbell, Mos rs D. M'Oaig, J. M‘Cause, W. Methven. Second saloon-Mlssss Payne, A. Thierry, Dunawork, Watts, Woolfs, Mesdames Bromfle’d, E. Duncan, A. Marriner, J. Olive and infant, Watt, Rev. F. Dutton and infant, Dr M, Payne, Messrs J. Bolton, W. Bolton. R. Fggingtnn, Hetherington, A. Had Held, P. Ken way, F. IN loholas, E. Stevens, E. Thierry, S. Watt, B. Watkins, H. Burrell, Master Broomfield ; and forty steerage. Shipping Telegrams. Ado aland, July 11.—Rotomahana, for the South, Passengers: For Napier—Miss J. L, Keels, Rev. J. L. Bollard, Mrs Look. For Wellington—Mr W. Caldwell. For Lyttelton —Messrs Llntott, J. Ran, For Dunedin—Mr and Mrs Duller and family and servant; and eighteen steerage for all ports, Wellington, July 11.—Takapuna, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Messrs Joachim, M ‘lntosh, and M'CLtcbie.
Lyttelton, July 11.—Mawhera, for Danediu (after putting baok last night).—Wakatu, for Kaikoura. Rotorua, for Akaroa and Dunedin.—Waihora, for Wellington.—Othello, barque, for Sydney.
SHIPPING, Issue 7957, 12 July 1889
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