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SHIPPING, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
At the Head*. Crest of the Wave, schooner. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —July 27. Beautiful .Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oam.iru, Passengers: Ten saloon, six steerage. July 28, Herald, s.s., 35G tons, Jones, from Greymouth direct. SAILED.— JuIy 27. Pukakl, s.s., 853 tons, Feun, for Westport. July 28.1 Maw-hern, s.s , 340 tons, Oliver, for Lyttelton and Northern porls. ©mapere, s s , 352 tons, Smith, for Auok'and via Oamaru and th ■ East Coast, Dredge 222 was taken into the graving dock this afternoon. Too ship Waimate is putting out cargr at the Rattray street wharf. The brigantine Enterprise will load at the Jetty street wharf for Napier. The Ringarooma is loading for Sydney v’a Northern ports, and is to sail on Wednesday, The ship Ralston has landed 350 tons of cargo at the cross wharf. The ship Oaitloch is nearly clear of cargo, and will finish to-morrow. She is expected to sail for Iquique about the end of the week. The ship Plelone has put out 400 tons of cargo at the ores? wharf. During the week commencing July 22 and ending July 28 the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves: Arrivals: Hacroto 1,276 tons, Tarawera 1,269, Fukaki 856, Ringarooma 623. Dupleix 816, Ralstonßl4, Grafton 291, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Pleione 1,092. Mawbera 340, Invercargill 123. Enterprise ' 84, Waimate 1,124, Omapere 352, Herald 356; total, 9,714 tons. Departures: Kakanui 58
tons, Alice 818, Invercargill 123, Taka puna S7O, Beautiful Star 140 (twice), Taraweia 1,209, I’ukaki Byo, Hauroto 1,270, Dnpleix 810, J-.x----colsioi; 380, Grafton 297, Mawheia AlO, Omapero 352; total, 0,875 tons. The Heral l , with a full cu-go of coal from Grcyrooutb, arrival at the Jetty street wharf at 9a.m. yesterday. She left Greyme.uth at 0 p.m. on Wednesday, and passed Cape Campbell at 3 p m, on Friday; had variable winds and lino wcath. r, pasted Banks Peninsula at ti a.m on Batur-'ny, and arrived as above. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oamaru, arrived at 940 p,ra. on Saturday. She left Oamaru at 3 p.m. on that day; had calms with fine weather down the c ast. being discharged at the Dunedin wharf. Consignees are requested to pars entries without delay. MOVEMENTS OF THE STB AM SHIP COMPANY’S FI,EFT. Monday. July 29. Bl.uri'.—Te Anau arrived 8 n.m. from Melbourne ; sailed 4 p.m. for Dum dm. WeIUi'OTON. —Mararca arrival lam. from Lyttelton; sails 7 p.m. for Napier.—-Hauroto arrived 4am from Lyttelton. Oajiaku.—'Wakatipu at rived this morning from Auckland, THE DIRECT bTSAME P. 3, The Rimutaka left Plymouth on the 27th hist, for the Capo and Hobart. Shipping Telegrams. Sydnky, July 28. - Wairarapa, from Auckland.- Tekapo, from Wellington. Buff, July 29 —8 am, Te Arau, from Melbourne. She left Williamstown at 4 p.m. on the 23id inst., clearing Port Pnill'p Brads at 7 p.m , and arrived at Hobart at G a m. on the 25ch; sdied the same diy at 3.10 p.m.; Puysegur Point was abeam at 4 p m yesterday; experienced moderate westerly wiids and dull weather throughout the passage. For the B'uff: Messrs Jones, Pascoe, and You'g. For Dunedin—Miss Massey, Me-era FrioJlander, Belbino, and Waltou. For Lyttelton—Mrs Rogers and child, Messrs Buckley. Gray, Reynell, Richardson, Ficlayeon, and O’Biien. For Wellington—Mcsf’arnes Oasolberg and Bradfoul, Messrs Caselberg, Wilson, Macindoe, Davies, Griffiths, aid Day, For Gisborne: Miss Blair. For Auckland : Mr and Mrs Ogi vie. Nineteen in the steerage for all p.rts. Auckland, Ju’y 29—Largo Bay, barque, from London, with a cargo valued at L21.7C0. This is the vessel which collided in the Channel with the Glencoe, the latter foundering with all hands. Bbisihne, July 29,—Janet Nicoll, 5.?., from Lyttelton.
SHIPPING, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
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