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SHIPPING., Issue 7995, 26 August 1889
. * High Water. To-moiieow. Taiaroa Heads: 3.13 a.m. 3.80 p.m. Port Cnalmors: 353 a.m„ 4,10 p.m. Eunedin: 4.3S a.m., p.m. *. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED—AcciUST 24. Kakanui, s,s,, 59 tons. Best, from Waikawa. Beautiful Star, h.h., 1-10 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Pastengers: tight saloon and three steers ge. SAILED.-August 25. Ilauroto, s.v., 1,270 tons, Kennedy, for Sydney via Cook Strait. Jubilee, s.b., 810 tons, Brothers, for Sydney via Cook Strait, Passengers : For Lyttelton— Mr Eernascoui, For Wellington—Mrs M.*jNeill and two children, Miss Kelson, and seven steerage. For Sydney—Miss Fnscr, and two frteeraifl. August 20 Rotorua, 5.«., 570 tons, Neville, for Northern ports. Passenger*: For Lyttelton—Mr W. Mill. For Wellington—Miss Parks. For N-l----son—Mi-sea Tyree (2). A largo ship, supposed to be tho Nehcn, passed t'le Nuggets at four o'clock this afternoon. News from Thursday Island (states that tho barquo Y.'indkover, from Newcastle to Batavia wi'h a cargo of coal, has been wrecked at Ramble Bay. The crew reached the shore safely. During the wetk commencing August 19 and ending August 25 the following vessels have been at the Duncdir. wharvrß : Arrivals : Kakanui 55 toni (twice), Sarah Pile 115, Grafton 207, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Hauroto 1,270, Jubiloo 810, Rotorua 576 tons; total. 3,481 tons. Departures : Kakanui 50 tons, No. 222 Dredge 500. Lizzie Ellen 40, Invorcargill 123, Penguin 442, Beautiful Star 140 (twice), Omapcre 352, Grafton 297. Hauroto 1,270, Jubilee 816 tons ; total, 4,191 tons. The P. and O. Company pay tbo Suez Canal Company L 200.000 a year for canal dues, being one-twelfth of the latter's entire income. Tho Jubilee left the tongue wharf at 2 p.m. yesterday for Sydney, via Cook Strait. The Hauroto left Dunedin at.'»p.m. yegterdoy for Sydney via Cook Strait. The Kakanui arrived at tbo Rattray strcot wharf at 11 p m. on Saturday with a cargo from Fortrose. She left that port at 11 a.m., and had strong S W. winds with stormy weather during the trip. The barquentine Jasper put out the last of her cargo this afternoon. The ship Ralston completed her ballast today. Sho is to sail for Lyttelton. Tho brigantino Sarah 1 Ho sailed down from Dunedin on Saturday afternoon and anchored :d Carey Bay. Tno Beautiful Star arrived at 11.15 p.m. on Saturday. She left Oamaru at 3 p.m. on that day; had strong southerly winds with head sea and clear weather. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. It is expected that the Buapehv, which has been detained in London owing to the strike of dock laborers, will sail to-moirow. MOVEMENTS O? THE UNDN STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. MOXDAT, AUQUBT 2C. Bluki'.—Tarawera arrived early from Melbourne snd Hobart. Oamabu.—Orawaiti arrived late Sunday night from Greyrnouth. Lyitelton.— Mahinnpua arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 2 p.m. for Tinrnu.— Wanaka arrived 0 am. from Wellington • sjila 9 p m. for Wellington.— arrived 7 am, from Dunedin; sails Tuesday for Wellington. Wellington.—Pultaki arrived 10 a.m. from We3tport.—Takapuna sailed 3 p.m. for Nelson. —Te Anau arrived 7 a.m. from Napier ; sails this evening for Lyttelton. Nelson.— Koranui arrived 8 a.m. Sunday from Wellington; siilul 8 this morning for Greyrnouth. Grkymouth.—Rosamond arrived early from Lyttelton. Westtoht. —Dingadco and Moa arrived from Wellington early. Gisborne.— Waihora arrived 6,30 a.m. from Napier ; siilcd 8.50 a.m. for Auckland. Auckland. Southern Cross arrived 3.30 a.m. from Gisborno.—Penguin arrived 0 a.m. Sunday from New Plymouth. Shipping Telegrams. Newcastle, Auguit 24,—Willie M'Laron, from Wellington. £ ydney, August 25.—Manapouri, from Auckland. London, August 24.—Gardhoraa, barque, from Lyttelton (April 20). Bllw, August 20.—Barque Hermes, from Tort Pirio.—7 a.m., Tarawcra. f-'he left Melbourne at 4 p.m. on the 20th, arrived at Hobart ftt9.3oa.rn on tho 22nd, and sailed at 4 p.m., passtßg the Solanders at 5 p.m. yesterday; experienced westerly winds with heavy sea throughout. For the Bluff Mrs Miccah?, Messrs Maccabo, Bowman, and Ftericker. For Dunedin—Mcsdaroos Barclay and child. Fleming, and Daniels, Missos Griffith and Mooro, Messrs Hitchon, Davis, James (2), Fotheringham. Kerrow, and Ovendale. For Lyttelton— Mesdames Flyger, Benson, and Olarke, Messrs Flyeer, Benson, and Petre (2\ For Auckland Mesdames Oooko and boy, Handley and two children, Miss Calder, Messrs Cooke and Rain; twenty-eight in tho steerage for all ports. Auckland, August 26.—The China steamer Whampoa arrived this morning from Foochow aud Hongkong. On July 27 she met with a torrifio typhoon with mountainous sea, which flooded the decks and caused some damage. The b.\d weather caused delay, and she had to put into Noumea last week for coal. She has a full cargo of tea, sugar, rice, and curios for Auckland, Wellington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin. She also brings seven Chinsse passengers. The "Whtrtnpoa goes South to-morrow evening. Her Southern cargo is as follows:—For Wellington*. 325 tons tea, 350 tot.s su2ar, 2,000 bags rice, 840 cases miscellaneous Chinese goods, 217 cases Japanese curios. For Lyttelton: 275 tons tea, 11 cases Chinese gocd*, 128 cases curios, For Dunedin: 314 tons tea, 550 tons sugar, 650 cases Chinese goods, 300 cases Japan curios. Wellington, August 26.—Wairoa, from London, ninety nine days out. Brisbane, August 26. Janet Niecll, from Timaru.
SHIPPING., Issue 7995, 26 August 1889
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