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SHIPPING., Issue 7994, 24 August 1889
High Water. To-moheow. Talaroa Heads: 1.59 a.m. 2.1!) p.m. Port Chalmers ; 2.39 a.m M 2.59 p,m. tunedin; 8.24 a.m., 8.44 p.m. Monday.—Talaroa Heads: 2 39 a.m., 2.56 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.19 a.m., 3.30 p.m. Dunedin: 4.4 a.m., 4.21 p.m. Port Clialmers. SAILED.— August 23. Grafton, s.s., 297 tons, Nordstrom, for West Coast ports via Timaru. Beautiful Star, b.b., 146 tons, Brower, for Oamarn. The following telegiam was received by the Harbor Board Ibis morning from the Bluff : "Owing to falling barometer on Thursday, Dredge; 222 anchored in Fort William (Stewart Island), and his remained there. Barometer still low, and blowing hard.” The Hauroto takes the following passengers to-morrow :—For Lyttelton—Mesdames Crawford, Wilson, Messrs Wilacn, Cray. Phillips, Hart, Captain Cameron. For Wellington— Mesdames Withers, Blercpied, Lowe, Ballain, Mieses Macandrew, Vivian, Ballain (2), Messrs Hatch, Wilkinson, Bannister. For SydneyMesdames Houghton, Hooper, M'DonalJ, Mowbray, Blempied, Fitohett, Misses Hastoy, Brodrick, Law, Gresham, Mowbray, M'D.mald, Curtis, Blempied (3), Messrs Fitohett, Ourth, Brodriuk, Lawrenson, W. J. Brown, Scott, Kircaldie, Stevens, Graham. TUB DIRECT STEAMERS.
The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company’s steamer Coptic, from Plymouth via the Cape of Good Hope, arrived at Hobart at 7 p.m. yesterday. She has ninety-eight passengers for Australian ports, and seventy-three for Now Z -aland. The Coptic resumes her voyage to New Zealand at four o’clock to-day. Stripping Telegrams. SYDNEY, August 23Ringarooma and Centennial, for Auckland. Wellington, August 23 Takapuna, for Lyttelton, Passengers: Rev. D. Fulton, Men rs Lloyd, Nathan, Graham, Ooull, (md Fergusaon, —Tebapo, for Sydney. Passengers: Mrs Borgen, Captain Blawish, Messrs Bergen, Cooper. Kettle, Whitfield, and London Lyttelton, August 28.—Rosamond, for Grey - mouth. —John Bell, schooner, for Waitapu.— Omapere, for Wellington aud Greymouth,— Waihora, for Northern Ports and Sydney. Bluff, August 23.-4 30 p.m., Mararoa, for Melbourne, with twenty-six passengers from all ports. Auckland, August 23.—Ohau, f rom Fiji.— Wanaka, for the South Passengers: Miss Sharland, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Allen, Mr and Mis Bayley, Mr and Mrs Martin and two children, Messrs O. W. Oatway, F. Best, Holmes, 7 rent, Brown.—Te Anau, for the South. Passengers: For Napier—Messrs C. H, Seville, F. Oashill and three children, Campbell, R. A. Wilson, J. W. Brown, Harding, Chudleigh, Rev, Mr and Mrs Danielle and child. For Wellington— Misses Dignan, Benson, Ifessis Stevenson, G. B. Smith, Brafly, Bayley and wife, George and wife, M'Nichot, M’Lean. For Lyttelton— Misses Campbell, Browne, Mr H. Scott. For Dunedin—Mrs H, Jarkson and five children, Mr 0. B. Stone; fifteen steerage.-Waiwera, schooner, for Nopier.
SHIPPING., Issue 7994, 24 August 1889
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