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SHIPPING., Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
Port Chalmers. High Water. To-mokrow. Taiaroa Hoads : 9.58 a.in , 10.44 p.m. Port Chalmers : 10.38 a,m„ 11.24 p.m. Dunedin; 11.23 a.m., 0 9 p.m. ARRIVED.—SEPTEMBER 4. Waihora, s.s., 1,269 tone, i'opham, from Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers; Mr and Mrs Macandrew, Mesdames Hansen, Good, Glasgow. Misses Glasgow, Cowper, Captain Veal, Messrs D. Carvosaa, T. Walker, Bollard, Woodbr-ad, W. Harris, Maroraft, Thornton, Moult; and sixteen in the steerage. SAlLED.—September 3. Beautiful Star, s.a,, 146 tons, Brewer, for Oatcaru. SEPTEMBER 4. Wairaropa, s.s., 1,27fi tons, Chatfield, for Sydney via East Coast ports. Passengers: For Lyttelton—Misses Fraser Smith, Mrs Henderson, Messrs Cargill, Manning .Tames, Benjamin For Wellington—Miss M’Keuzie, Mrs M'Kenzle, Messrs M‘Kenzie, Fothergill. For Auckland—Mr Lind; and 4in the steerage. Invercargill, s.a., 13fi tons, Sundstrum, for Invercargill.
Tho Waihora steamed up from tho Lower Harbor this forenoon, and lauded cargo at the tongue wharf. Yesterday a fire broke out on board the small steamer Elsie, which trades in tho Nelson bay. Captain Low, the harboi -master, saw dense smoke, and calling the pilot crew the fire was extinguished after some trouble. The steamer was laden with manuka hop poles, and lying to windward of the Albion wharf and stores, which also had a narrow escape. The fire is supposed to have originated from the stoke hole. The damage done was not very great. Among the cargo of the steamship Anadyr, the vessel of the Messageries Maritiraes which was sunk the other day in collision off Aden with the Oxus of the same company, there now lies in. the bold, in teven fathoms of water, 174 cases of silver ingots, valued at 650,000 francs, 123 cases of gold wire, 113 cases of watches, i cver.il cases of jewellery, valuable woven stuffs for China, 800 casks of Bordeaux wine, and 100 cases of champagne. The repairs to the schooner Awatua, which is lying at the Jetty street wharf, are approaching completion. Mr J Brown, formerly engineer of the harbor steamer Colleen, has been appointed chief engineer of the s.s. Afghan, engaged in the China trade. —‘ Pod.’ The Waihora arrived at Port Chalmers at 10 a.rn. to-day. Mr J. Ivees Keith, her pu-ser, reports leaving Auckland at 1 p.m. on the 29th ult.: exiled at Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, and Lyttelton, leaving the latter port yesterday afternoon, having experienced fine weather throughout ths passage. THE DIRECT STEAMER". Tho Rimutaka arrived at Hobart at nine o’clock last night, and was to sail for New Zealand at eleven o’clock this morning. She brings thirty-seven passengers for Australia and 100 for New Zealand. MOVEMENTS OP THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Wednesday. September 4. Timaru.—Graftm sailed 5 p m. for Durelin. Lyttelton.—Brunner arrived 7 a.m. irom Timaru; sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington—Lindus sails th’s evening for Lyttelton.—Takapuna arrived 2 pm from Lyttelton— Penguin arrived 5 a m frcraNelaon ; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton. Nelson. Maluuapua arrived noon from Wellington ; sailed 2 p.m. for Westport. Westport.—Manawatu arrived early from Grey. Nelson.—Rotorua arrived 3 a.m. from New Plymouth ; sailed 3 p.m. for Picton. New Plymouth.—Wanaka arrived 10 a.m. from Wellington ; sailed G p.m. for Manukau,
Napier. —Southern Cross arrived 1 p.m. from Wellington; sails 7 p.m for Gisborne. Russell.— Rotomahana arrived 6 a.m. from Auckland ; sailed 11 a.m. for Sydney, snipping Telegrams. Wellington. September B.—Kentish Lass, barque, from Newcastle. —Lindus, s.s , from Sydney. —Wanaka, from Lyttelton. —W hampoa, for the South, Lyttelton, September 3. Waihora, _ for Dunedin and Melbourne. Passengers: Misses Pascoe. Bonnington, Glasgow, Meadumes Pasooe, Good, Eavenhill and child. General Campbell, Messrs Derritt, Harris, Woodhead, O’Brien. —Takapuna, for Wellington.— Grafton, for Timaru and Dunedin.—Rosamond, for Greymouth.
Auckland. September 3 —Manapouri, from Sydney. Passenger for Dunedin : Mr Hoycock.
Melbourne, September 3. —Mararoa, for Hobart and the Bluff.
SHIPPING., Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
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