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SHIPPING, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
High Water. To-mobbow. Taiaroa Heads: 4.51) a.m.. 524 p.m. P«rt Olnlmers : f.39 a.m., 0.4 p,m. I unedin: 694 « m.. 649 p.m. m Fort Chalmers. ARRIVED.-July 13. Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Bost, from Owake River. Beautiful star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamnru. Passengers: Twelve saloon, fivo steerage. July 14. Wakatipu, s.s,, 1,158 tons, Wheeler, from Auckland via intermediate ports. Tckapo, *.«., 1,501 ton", .T. Anderson, from Sydney via Wellington and Lyttelton, Passensers: Messrs Dyer, Auchlmole, Crawford, M'Kay; twenty-four in the steerage. HATT.ED.-July 15. Rotoru!>, s.s., 576 tons, Neville, for Northern portp, Passergors: For LvUolton Mrs Criffiths, Mr Wheo'er. For Wellington—Mrs i Full on. Kakanui, s.s,, 59 tons, Beet, for Riverton. Wakatlpu, s.s., 1 158 tons, Wheeler, for Auckland via North( (a ports. The Tekapo and Wakatipu are discharging cargo at the tongue wharf. During the week commencing July 8 and ending Julv 14 the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves: Arrivals : Waihora 1.262 tons, Ohan 411, rxceWor (barque) Alico (harqne) 818, Omapere 352, Faithful (lighter) 57. Kakanui 56 (twic*), Bcaut'fnl Star 146 (twice), Caitloch (ship) 1264, Thomas and Henry (brig) 212, Grafton 297, Rotorua 576, Wakatipu 1,158, Tekapo 1.541; total, 8,679 tons. Departures: Penguin 442 tons, Kakanui 56 (twice), Invercargill 123, Beautiful Star 145 (twice), Waihora 1.2R2, Ohaa 411, Omapere 352. Grafton 297, Faithful (lighter) 57 ; total, 2.917 tons. The sohooncr Cora arrived at Oamaiu on Saturday morning after a forty-three days' voyage from Hokilika. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oamaru, arrived at 10 p m. en Saturday. The Wakatipu, from Auckland via interI mediate ports, arrived at 1 a.m. yesterday and steamed direct to Dunedin.
The Tekapo arrived at Port Chalmers at 11 a.m. yesterday, and berthed at the Bowen pier until the afternoon, when she steamed up to Dnnedin. Power Petherbridge reports leaving Pydney at 9.30 p.m. on the 2nd inst. : reaohfd Wellington at 9 p.m. on the Bth; sailed again at 6.30 p.m. on the 10th, arriving at Lyttelton at 3 p.m. on the 11th; sailed again at 1 a.m. on thel3kh; called at Timaru at 2.30 p.m. same day; left again for headquarters at 1 a.m. on the 14th, baring experienced fine weather throughout the trip. With the present S.W. breeze we may look for the arrival of the ships RalstoD, which left Glasgow on .April 4, now 102 days out, and the Pleione, which 'eft London on April 8, and is consequently 98 days nut. The dredge 222 being aga'n in commission, was engaged to-day dredging at the elbow bank, near the red buoy close to HobartTown Point. The Mawhera is receiving a thorough overhaul and being fitted with a new shaft and propeller in the graving dock. j The Kakanui arrived at Dunedin at 11 p.m. on Saturday with cargo from Owake River. She left the river at 10 a.m., and had fine weather along the coast. The Alice has put out over 300 tons of cargo at the cross wharf.
The Oaitlooh is rapidiy putting out her cargo at the Victoria wharf. It is turning out in splendid order,
The barque d'A'tagnan is nearly full of cargo, and will be ready for sea by Wednesday. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FI.EBT. Monday, July 15. Lyttklton.—AVonaka arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington; siils 10 p.m. for Wellington.— Mahinapua arrived 5 a.m. from Wellington; sails 9 p.m. for Timaru. Wk Tport.—Ohau errived yesterday from Dunedin ; Bailed 11 R.m. for Wellington. Auckland.—Waihora arrived 11 am. from Cisborne.—Hauroto arrived 12 30 p.m. from Sydney. THE DIRECT feTBAMERP. r[ lioTougariro, from London via the Capo and arrival at Wellington at five o'clock yesterday evenin?. I'assengars: For the Bluff: Second Baloon—Mr H. iscott. For Poit Chalmers: Steorfg)-R»T. J. W. Valdio, Mrs J. W. VaL'ie, Mifs M. 0. WaU'e, Vr» Af. Steel Mi«*s A. and J .Steel, Messrs B. Bay ley and J. G'Ruitly. SJUstpUipr Teletrrsuws, . Bj.l'M", July 14,—Wflirnrepa, from Mclhourxe via Hob.«t. She left Molbour-.o at 450 p.m. on tho Dili, clearing Port Phillip Heads at 7 30 p.m. ; arrived at Mobart at 9.15 a.m. on the lltb, and left a jam at 9 p.m., arriving to day at 3.45 p.m. Eloderato ve-.terly winds prevailed during tho entire trip Prtt.rengers: For tho (>luft-Mis M'Closky, Miss Jamieson, McFHrs Sl'Olosky at:d Rawc'ifTe. For Dunedin—Mrs Kdwards. Miss Allen, Messrs Gould, Udwards, Fryett, Heury, Nieholla, Brown, HyamK, Hine, Mason, and Wingfield For Lytteitor.-31i8.5efl Barker and Weppr, Mas'er Nathan, w d Mr Swinbonio. For Wellington— Colonel Carl an 1 Dr Snell; and thirty-eifilii steoraga all porta. Nuvuistlk, July 13. Bothwell Castle, for Wellington. Auckland, July 14 —Frank Guy, from Dunedin. —July 15: Hauroto ar.d Mariposa, from Sydney.
SHIPPING, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
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