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SHIPPING., Issue 7966, 23 July 1889
High Water. To-mobbow. Taiaroa Heads: 0.18 a.m.. 0.43 p.m. Port Chalmers: 0.33 a.m., 1.23 p.m. Dunedin: 1.38 a.m., 2.8 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARMVED.-r-JcLT 23. Tarawera, s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, from Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: Mra M'Callum, Miss Walden, Messrs Nlven, Barton, Benbam, Harrisoß, Houghton; and teu in the steerage. Fukaki, s.s., 850 tons, Fenn, from Westport J-»Alty«>.—July 23. Alice, barque, 818 tons, Swain, for Aucklaud.
Takapuna, s.s?., 370 tons, Grant, for Northern ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Mrs Lance, Mr Miller. For Wellington Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Thomson and child, Mrs Woolcott, family (8), and nurse, Messrs Roberts, Ranken, Stone, Thomson, Woolcott. For Mamikau Miss Huie. Invercargill, s.s., 136 tons, Sundatrara, for Invercargill.
Tho barque Alice was towed to sea at 7 a.m. to-day by the tog Ducky, and sailed with original cargo for Auokland. The Takapuna left the Rattray street wharf at 8 p m. to-day with passengers and cargo for the North.
The Beautiful Star took in cargo to-day at the Rattray street whaif, and sails at 10 p.m. for Oamaru.
Tho Tarawcra steamed up from Port Chalmers this forenoon, and landed cargo at the Victoria wharf.
The Invercargill left the Rattray street wharf this afternoon with cargo for Invercargill. The steamer Tarawera, Captain Sinclair, from Melbourne via tho Bluff, arrived alongside the George street pier at 7.45 a.m. to-day. Mr Humphries, her parser, reports leaving the Queen's wharf at 2 p.m. on the 17th inst.; passed Williamstown at 4.30 p.m., and Port Phillip Heids at 7.85 p.m.; pissed Swanlslar.d at 3 p.in. on tho 13th, and Puyeegur Point light at 7 30 p.m. on the 21st, arriving at tho Bluff at 7.30 a.m on the 22nd, Left again at 4 p.m. tamo day, arriving as above, having experienced lij;ht winds and fino weather throughout the passage. Tho barque Alice towed down from Dunedln this morning, and anchored off Carey Bay, in readiness to sail for Auckland.
Th« steamer Pukalti, with 1,380 tons of coal from Westport, anirod at Port Chalmers at 10.25 a.m to-day, and steamed alongm'do tho bulk at the Bo wen pier to discharge 200 tong. Mr B. O. Seigel (her purser) reports leavag Wc3lport at 3.30 p.m. on the 20th inst.; experienced light variable winds with smooth sea and fine weather throughout the passage. The steamer lianapouri wai hauled out of the graving dock this afteraoon, and her place taken up bjr the Penguin. A largo ship was reported at 0.30 p.m. to-day ten miles eist of Cape Saunders. She will probably be the Ralston, now 108 days out from Glasgow. THE DIRECT STEAMER^ Th 9 Taimii (Wellington, June 27) left Rio on the afternoon of the 19th inst. Her mo.it was jn good condition. SHIPPING CASUALTIES. All the vessels driven ashoro in Byron Bay (N.B. W.) during the recent storms have bocomo total wrecks except the Agnes, which has been get cff. Further casualties are reported along the coast—the schooner Jffesie Matilda being wrecked at liallina, and the ketch Lady Lome at the Clarence River. In the litter instance one of tho crew was drowned. Tho barque Rosie Wolt, bound from Newcastle t» Singapore, coal laden, has been wreekod at New Guinea. The crew reached the shore safely. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Tu»BDAT, Jui/r 23. Ltithjon.-—Walhora arrived 7.30 a.m. from Wellington j sailed 4 p.m. for Dunedin.— RingarooHi* sailed 2 p.m. forDunedin. Welungto*.— Wanaka sailed 2 p,m. for New Plymouth. Nklß«n.—Mawhera arrived 4 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 4 p.m. for Picton.
Auckland, July 22.—Gleaner, from Lyttelton,— Wairarapa, from the South,—Arawata, for Fiji. Welling l on, July 22.—Waihora, for Melbourne via the South and Hobart Passengers: Misses Thompson (3), Messrs Thompson, Ernie, Desmid, Feuwick (2), and Gould, Mesdamea Renfern, Gould, and Renfern, Mr and Mrs Ward, Dr Levenge, Captains Saville and Lervant, Messrs Connell. Bracken, Lindsay, Donne, Hill, Johnston, Wash, Nathan, Yuille, Donaldson, and Lull, -July 23: Tek»po, for B|dt.ey. Passengers: Misses Levy, Orr, and Crease. Mecdames M'Dougall, Liddle, child, and nurse, Messrs Liddle, 4 Jgie, Ellird, Gibbs, and Hamilton; and five in the steerage. LTTTinvrON, July 22.—Brunner, for Wellington and Groymoutb.—Grafton, for Timaru and Dunedin.—Mahinapua, for Wellington, Nelsor), and Westport.
SHIPPING., Issue 7966, 23 July 1889
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