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SHIPPING, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889
Port Chalmers. ARRIVED,—JuIy 26. Omapare, s.s., 352 tons. Smith, from Greymouth. Passenger: Mr Paulin. Mawhera, a s., 353 tors, Oliver, from the North. Passengers: Mrs J. J. Sernmios, Messrs Dodds, Walker, M'Donald; five in the ateeiage. SAILED.-July 26. Alice, barque, 818 tons', Swain, for Auckland, Dupleix, 8.5., 1,410 tons, Hanßby, for Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers : For SydneyMessrs Elphinstone and Rodger; twelve in the steerage. For Wellington Messrs Edwards and O'Connor; eleven in the steerage. For Melbourne—Mr Petrie. Haaroto, s.s., 1,276 tons, Kennedy, for Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers: For Lyltelton—Messrs Hart, Smith, Jamieaon. For Wellington—Mrs Rosevere, MrM'Bride, Misses Little and Cheiurec. For Sydney—Mesdames Todd and family, Miss Webb, Messrs Ferguson, Campbell, Lindsay, Captain Baldwin; twenty in the steerage. The digs at the harbor offices and those of the sh'pping at the wharves were hoisted halfmast high to-day in token of respect for the late Mrs K. B Caigill. The ship Ra'ston commenced discharging cargo at the cross wharf to-day. The ship Pleione commenced discharging oargo at the cross whaif to-day. The s s. Pukaki steamed down to Port Chalmers this morning for dockiog. She leaves for Westport tomorrow. lhe Waiinato discharged her powder this forenoon, and will tow up to Dunedin to morrow afternoon's tide. The brigantine Enterprise U landing cirgo at the Rattray street wharf. The Hauroto left the tongue wharf this afternoon for Sydney via Lyttelton and Wellington ■with 700 tons grain, thirty head of cattle; also thirteen saloon and twenty steerage passengers. The Mawhera, from the North, arrived at 1 p.m. to-day. Purser Tate reports leaving Akaroa at 7 45 p.m. yesterday, and oiperiei.c t) variable winds and fine weather throughout. The Omapere, with 550 tons coal, 206 bags coke, and 5,000 fire-bricks from Greymouth, arrived at!) a.m. to-day, and steamed alongside the hulks at the Bowen pier to disoharge. Purser Crawley reports leaving Greymouth at 7 p m. on the 23rd inst.; passed Cape Campbell at midnight on the 24th and Banks Peninsula at 4 p.m. on the 25th, having met fine weather throughout. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Friday. July 26. Blukf.— Manapouri anived Sam. from Dunedin ; sailed 4 p.m. for Melbourne. "W BW.INOTON. —Tarawera arrived noon from Lyttelton; sails 7 p.m. for Napier.—Rotorua arrived 9 a.m. from Nelaon ; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton. Auckland.—Wanaka sailed 10 a.m. for New Plymouth. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Wellington, July 25—The R.M.S. Doric sailed for London this afternoon. Passengers : First saloon—Misses E. Gyles, Veda, G. Fitzgerald, Page, Woollcott (2), Bonnor, Lady J. Whitmore, MesilamrsC. Wisman, A.Thompson, Wilßon, J. Fitzgerald, A. Dickson, R. Woollcott, W. Bright, DrW. Shell?, Rev. J. Wilson, Messrs A. Norman, D. Bayldon, George Canney, F. Orwin, C. Wisman, A. Thomson, J. Fitzgerald, R. Woollcott, W. Bright, B. Yuile, Mister Woollcott. Sec md saloon: Mesdames Elamore, A. Casey, Simmond, Mr and Mrs J. M'Cahon and family (9), Dr Hammond, Messrs H. and A, Sharpers; thirty in the steerage. "The s.s. Arawa arrived at Hobart at 3.30 a.m. to day, and was to sail at eleven o'clock for Wellington. She brought ninety passengers for Australia, and has seventy-one for New Zealand.
Stripping Telegrams. ArcKi.ANn, July2. r >.—Wakafcipu, forOamaru. JjYTTKI.to.v, July 25.—Mawliera, for Aknrua ni.d Dunedin.— Tarawera, for 'Wellington and Sydney. MKi.nnURNK, Jnly 28. EMerslie, p.s,, for Port Ohalmer-i. Sydney, July 20. Zealandia, from Auckland.
SHIPPING, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889
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