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SHIPPING, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
Port Chalmers. ARRIVED— September 4 Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Bent, from Waikawa. Beautiful Star, s s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oamaru. Passengers: Twelve saloon. tEPTBHBER 5. Grafton, s.s.. 2!)7 tons, Nordstron>, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate porta. Passengers: Mrs Smith, Misttes Williamson, Smith (2), Doig, I yens, Byers, O'Connor, Foultain, Men rs Loudon, Burt, Clark, Gillies; and four in the steerage. SAlLED.—Skptjbmbbb 5. Waihora, s.s., 1,2fi9 tons, Popham, for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. Passcng«>rs: For Bluff—Mrs and Miss VVataoo, Mrs Woodlrad, Mrs Manson. For Melbourne Mrs Boyd and girl, Messrs Spalman, Wilson, Dale ; and fourteen in steerage, Kakanui, s.s., 59 tons, Best, for Fortrose. Tho largo barque reported from the Heads this morning was again reported this afternoon pome ten miles E.N.E. She will probably be the Nanny, from New York, and was driven pabt the Heads last night with the S.W. breeze.
The schooner Janet Ramsay has reeiveda thorough overhaul on Isbister's slip. An Auckland telegram states that the attention of the local Harbor Board haa been driwn to the f ict that the Piako, from London, discharged 110 barrels of gunpowder and ten cases of rockets at the Queen street wharf. Th's part of the cargo was consigned to the Government, and was in oonseqaenca free from ro(.triction as to discharge at tho powder ground. The Board decided to biing the matter under the notice of the Government. There was on the Piako when alongside tbo wharf sufficient powder to blow up the whole of tho shipping and the wharves. The Eakanni, with a cargo of timber from Waikawa, arrivft l at Dunedin at 9 p.m yesterday. She left Waikawa at 7 a.m., and bad tho wind from N.W. to S.W. along tho coast, After 5 discharging cargo, she left this afternoon for Fortrosf,
The Beautiful Star arrived at 10.35 p.m. yesterday. She left Oamaru at 8.20 p.m., had light southerly winds with thick rainy weather down the coast. AmoDgßt her cargo (the brought 1,046 sackß barley and 14 sacks hides for transhipment to Melbourne. The Grafton arrived at 5 a.m. to-day, and uteamed alongside the Bowon pier to tranship 820 sacks oats to the Waihora. Mr Hume (her purser) reports leaving Westport at noon on the 30th nit.; arrived at Nel«on at 9 a.m. on the 31st; left at 10 p.m. saline day ; arrived at Picton at 730 a.m. on the Ist inst.; after a short 1 stay <i half an hoar pushed on for Wellington, at, winch port she arrived at 2.15 p.m., and left at 3 p.m. same day ; reached LyHelton at 10.30 a.m. on the 2nd. sailed at 6 p m. on the 3rd, and anchored off Tim%ru owing to the thick fog at 9.30 am. on the 4th until noon, when the fog lifted ; and phe then steamed alongside the WeaWw&ter, -took In cargo. ta\d left at P> p. tm. From Westport she had moderate winds with fine weather to Nelson ; thence fresh JV.W. winds to the Kaikouras, followed by light winds and fine weather to arrival. The Beautiful Star transhipped a large quantity of grain to the Waihora this morning. MOVEMEN T S <">F THK UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FIjEKT. Thursday. September 5. Ltttelto.v. —Penguin arrived 7 am. from Wellington; sails 7 pm. for Dunedin via Akaroa. Wairarnpa arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin; sails 8 p.m. for Wellington.— Lindos arrived this afternoon from Wellington. Wellington.—Rotorua arrived early from Picton. —Brunner a>rived 7 a.m. from Lyttelton; sails 6 p.m. for Qreymouth. Westport —Mahinapua arrived this morning from Nelson; sails to-night for Wellington. Napihr.- Southern Cross arrived 11 p.m Wednesday from Wellington; sailed 3 p.m for Gisborne.
Gisbornb.—Australia arrived 7 a.m. from Auckland ; sailed 6 pm. for Napier. ArcKLAND.—Manapouri sailed noon for Gtiborne.'
Manukau.— Wanaka arrived 5.30 a.m. from New Plymouth. Nbwcastie.—Tekapo sailed last night for Port Chalmerß.
Shipping Telcicranis. Auckland, September 4- —Arawata, for Wellington and Oamaru.— Arrived (at Kaipara): afandura, barque, from Melbourne. Wellington, September 4.—Penguin, for the South. Paaai ng?rs: Miss Johnston, Messrs Olendining, Johnston, Laing, Wreaks, Taiaroa, Haydrn; and seven steerage. Sydney, September 4.—Alameda, for Auckland. Mfibournk, September 3,—Te Anau, from the Bluff.
SHIPPING, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
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