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SHIPPING, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.— August 21. Grafton, s.s., 296 tons, Nordstrom, from Westport via 'itmaru and intermediate ports. Passengers: Mesdames Muler, Doog, Messrs Miller, Irvin, Keith, Smith, Rankin, Brown; one in the steerage. Waihora, ss., 1,269 tons. Carey, from Auckland via East Or ast poiti. Passengers : Mr and Mrs Biand Holt, Mr and Mrs O. Hoi lowsy, Mr and Mrs A. Norman. Mr and Mrs Lyte, Mesdames Read and child, Brown and nurso, Frnith aud child* King) Mieses Bromley* Vivian, Hislop, Reuse, Dr Waddington, Messrs H. Norman, Seagrave, Overton. Ft. Lawrence, Vivienne, Howe, Glover, Hefferman, Shane, O’Neill, Seagrave, Newman, Kyan, Fitzsimmons, C. Smith, Minson, M'Crae, Griffiths, Wilson, Bennington. Saimbury, E. Harris, P. Petrie, Johiston, M’Kcnzic, C. Jacob; eight in the steerag'. SAlLED.—August 20. Lizzie Ellen, schooner, 40 tons, Timpenny, for Fortrose. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. , Omapere, s.s, 352 tons, Smith, for th? West Coast. August 21. Dredge 222,500 tons, Stewaid, for Melbourne. The Grafton, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports, arrived alongside tbe Bowen pier at 7.30 a. m. to-day. Purser Hume reports leaving Westport at pooii on the 17th mat., paWwf Jackson Head at 9,16 a,m* on the 18tbi
rounded Cape Campbell at 3.30 p m. same day, arrived at Lyttelton at 8.45 a. in. on the 10th ; Eft again at 9 p.m., arrived at Tim ru at 10 a.m, on tbe 20th ; sailed again in the afternoon, arriving ss above. From Westport experienced fresh southerly winds with head s: ato Cape Farewell, thence light variable winds to Jackson Head, followed by fresh S.E. wirds with high sea to Timaru, and from that port thick, f.ggy weafher. After discharging 387 sacks oats and 55 sacks barley to tbe Mar area, she Steamed up to Dunedin, Tbe Orrupere left tho llattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday for West Coast ports via Oamaru. The brigantine Sarah Pile was towed up to Dunedin yesterday evening by the Plucky, and commenced loading for Auck and this morning. Tbe Beautiful fetar left the Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday with cargo and passengers for l.’amiru. The schooner I izzie Ellon left Dunedin yesterday evening with cargo for Fortroso. THE DIRECT (sTEAMERF. Tire Doric (Wellington, July 15) le f t Rio on the afternoon of the IGth inst. Shipping; Telegrams. AtrcKLiND, August 20. Wainui, from Samoa and Tonga.—Carnarvonshire, ship (put in for provisions on her passage from Howland Island to London). —Manaponri, for Sydney. Lyttelton, August 20. Kawatiri, for Westport.—Maw bora, for Greymouth, Sydney, August 21.—Alameda, s.s,, from Auckland,—Liudus, s.s., from Lyttelton Melbourne, August 20,—Tarawera, for the Blntf.
SHIPPING, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
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