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SHIPPING, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
To-mobbow. Talaroa Heads: 4.43 a.m., 5.1 p.m. Port Chalmers : 5.23 a.m., 5.41 p.m. Lunodin: C 8 a.m., 6.26 p.m. » ■ Tort Chalmers. SAILED.- July 30. Inveroarßill, b.s„ 136 tonß, Sundstrum, for Invercargill. Penguin, b.b., 442 tons, Bernech, for Northern portß. Passengers: For Wellington Miss Bryiione; and fl?e in the steerage. Croßt of the Wave, Bchooner, 56 tons, Rjfell, for Invercargill.
The brigantine EnteiprißO took in cargo at the Jetty street whirf to-day for Napier. The ship Caitloch put cut the last of her inward cargo this afternoon. Tbe captain and nine of tho crew of the barque Wallfgate have arrived at Moreton Bay in an open boat. The vessel was bound from Brisbane to San Francisco with a cargo of coal, and was wrecked on Middleton reef, 300 miles east of Clarence Heads. The N.Z.S.S. Company's ship Waimate is being discharged at the Dunedin whaif. Consignees are requested to pass entries without delay. t
MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Tuesday, Jult 30. Ltttelton.—Mararoa arrived 7.30 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 4 p.m. for Port Chalmers. Nelson.—Botorua arrived 8 a.m. from "Wellington ; Bailed 10 a m, for Picton. AtJCKiiASD —Takapana sailed 12.35 r.m. for New Plymouth, Shipping Telegrams. Wellington, July29.—HaarotoandDuplrix, for Sydney.—Mararoa, for Melbourne via the South. PaßEengerß: Misses Cameron, Cookburn, Bawnsely, Mesdames Boot, Allen, Cockburn, Dunning, Perston, Webster, Duret, Bawnsley, Ven. Archdeacon Harper, Captain Cameron, Messrs Matthews, Douglac, Meek, Cockburn, Gorman, Nicholls, Embling. Mountford, King, Parroch, Dickson, Miles, Gamby, Grimthorp, Hercus, Smith, Clater, Sullivan, Ooltman, Bobinson, and Master Southern. Bltjff, July 29.—Ashleigh Brook, for London, with a cargo cf 18,640 caroasses mutton, 400 oases meats, 60 bales wool and skinß.—Ohau, for Westport.— July 30: The Hinemoa arrived last night, after visiting the Snares, Bounties, Auckland, Antipodes, and Campbell Islands. Oapiain Fairchild repirts that all the depots are in good order, and there was no trace of castaways. She iftiled at noon to-day for the Weiit Coast. . ~ Auckland, July 29.—Tarawera, from the South.-Fiona, from Fiji. The brigantine Sarah Pile sailed from Helensville for Dunedin on Saturday night with a cargo of kauri timber. When the vessel was between the North Spit and Tory Shoal the wind died away and she drifted on to the North Spit among the heavy breakers. Captain Watts lost an anchor and sixtv fathoms of chain trying to hold her, and the "vessel touched the ground several times. The tug boat was at hand, but could render no assistance, until at length the brigantine drifted off. Robert Lisson, a, seaman, was wftßhed
overboard by a heavy soa, but a succeeding sea carried him back to deok again. After consultation with tho crew, the captain decided to proceed on th« voyage to Dunedin, aa the brigantine dii not seem to be much damagod.
SHIPPING, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
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