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SHIPPING, Issue 7997, 28 August 1889
High Warer. To-iiOBROW. Taiaroa Heads : 4..0 a.m , 4..>7 p.m. Port Chalmers : 5.0 a.m.. 5.17 p m. L uncdin: 5.45 a.m., 6.2 p.m. Port Chalmers. AKKIVED—August 27. fuvcrcaraill, s.s., 13*5 tons, Sundntrum, from Lyttelton. August 28. M.hinapua, p.?., 205 tots, Todd, from the Weit Coast. Passengers : Meadames Perciva', Christophers and two children, M'Dt'rmaid, Mo?tra Cameron, Htndeiaon, Haw, Hai.sen, Robot ts ; ond eleven in the t-teeia;,e. Coptic. KM.S, 4,448 ton*, Sutton, from Pij month via Cape Town and Ilohart. SAlLED.—August 27. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Chrraru. Auovst 28, Ja.-p(-r, barquemine, 252 ton', Rogers, for Lyticlton. Potomahana, b.h., 865 tons, Carey, for Fydiiey via Northern rortc Pas'-encers : For Lvttelton — Miss Thomson, Mrs Favk For Wdington Mm Taiaroa, Mr* Miss Sutherland, Mo-srs Richardson and Parks; and three in the tt^erage. The Oily of Pari", pn hpr Opt trip to New York, consumed an averago of 28S'tons of cord jerday. On the diyin which she t-oored 498 points it U probable 300 tons were burnoa in her furnaceß. j' ■ xhe Coptic, via Cape Town and flob'art,' j;he Heais at la.m. to-day, but owing to thTtide'nJi'bftinf eatable
I she anohored outi'de, Eho fcai a oise of scarlet I fe»er on board, an 1 it is not expsoted that she will be clea ed to-night. Tho Inven argil', trom Lyttelton with cargo for the South, arrived at the Rattray street whaif at 10.30 pm. yesterday. She left Lyttelton at 6.30 p m. ou Monday, and met with strong south-weft to westerly winds along the coasi". After filling up with cargo, she left the wharf thi.i affernoi n for Invercargill. It is some considerable t : me since the wharves in the Upper Harbor were so bare of shipping aswas the case to-day, '-. he only vessels there being the i-teaTiers Mahuiapua and Invercargill, with the schooner Awanu. In our repoit of the passage of the ehip Nelson ye-terday tvo errors occurred. Instead of her sighting St. i n onia on Juno 24, it should lave bien on June 18, and lost the N.K. trade on June 24. The Mahinapua, with cargo and patsergeri fiom West Coast pjits, arrived at the Dunedin wharf at 7.30 a.m. to-day. She left Wistport at 8 p.m. on the 2!rd inst.; had strong S.W. winds, and oalled at Nelson at 8 p.m. on the 24th; left again fame evenii.g with strong northerly winds aco sthe Strait, and arrived at Wellington at 4 a.rn. on the 25th ; left again at 5 pm. same day, iiiid reached Lyttelton at 6 a.m. on the 26th; left again fame afternoon, arrived at Timaru n< xt morning, took in cargo, and left at 5 p.m , a-living as above. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Wednesday, August 28. Lyttelton.—To Acau sailed 1.30 a.m. for Dunedin. Welling ton.—Pukaki sailed 11 a.m. for Westport.—Takapuna arrived early from Picto i; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton. Rotorua arrived noon from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p.m. for Nelson. Nelson.—Grafton arrived 7 am. fiom Wellington ; aaili d 10 a m. for Westport. WfiSTFORT Dingudee sailed 10 p.m. Tuesday for Auckland.—Kaaatiri sailed this mornirg for Wellington. New Fltmoutk. Penguia arr'ved eaily from Manukiu; • ; 'ed 9 a.m. f r Nelson.— Wanaka artived 1 ■• in. from Wellii gton ; gails 8 p.m f>.r M nuk .u. Ghktjiooih i n».jere sailed 11 a.m. for Port Chalmers. Auckland. -S< nth 'ra Cross sailed G pm. Tuesday for Gisbc ÜBi Shipping Telesrams. Wellington, August 27. - Wakatipu, for Sydney.—Australia, for Auckland via the ifast Ooa't. Lyttelton, August 27 —Rotorua, for Wellington.—Te Anau, Lr Melbourne via the South. Passengers: Minses Watson, Benson, Messrs Coull, Hoyman, Masters Neill (2), Child. —Hauroto aid JuUlee, for Wellington and Sydney, with full c, mplements of passengers and cargo. Oamaru, August 27. —Bayley, for London via the Bluff, with abour 15,000 carcasses of frozen mutton, besides woo', etc.
SHIPPING, Issue 7997, 28 August 1889
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