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SHIPPING, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
» II Iffb Water. To morrow. Taiaroa Heads: 012 a.m , 0 47 p.ra. PiiH; Chalmpro : 0.52 a.m„ 1.27 p.ro. 1 unedin: 1.37 a.m., 212 p.m. ■ • Port Chalmers. ARRIVED —September 5. Nanny, baique, 595 ton*, B. Mailer, from Ne»Yoik(Mayl3). Feptfjiber 0. WhamDoa, s.s., 1,156 tons Hughes, from Pooch -iw (Ju":y 20) vb Hongk ng (July 26). New Caledonia, Auckland, Welliogton, andLyttelton. The hulks Thomas and Henry and Moa were towed down to Port Chalmeis thin forenoon. The sohoooer Janet Ram«ay was launched t>ff Isbister's slip and berthed at the export pierthis morn'Dg to take in eaßka and complete preparations for sailing for the Macquarie Islands An amended tendor for the construction of the outer harbor at Adelaide has been submitted by Messrs Lucas and Aird, of London. The amount is L 950.000. The next Home vtssel expected is the New Zealand Company's Bhip Waitangi, now seventynine diysout from Louden. The Graftrn took in cargo this morning for the West Coast ports, and leaves Rattray street wha f at 6 p m. The Beautiful Star was loading at the Rattray i treet wharf this forenoon for Oamaru, Vl yh'e fiardue. Nanny toyed up from Port Chalmers this morning and berthed at the Rattray Btrett wharf. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Friday, September 6. Bluff.—Waihora sailed 4 p.m. for Melbourne. ' • Akaroa.— Penguin sailed 11 a.m. for DunLtttelton.—Rotorua arrived 9 a.m, from Wellington; sails 10 p.m. for "Wellington.- 1 " Penguin sailed 6 a.m. for Dunedin via Akaroa. "Wellington.—Wairarapa arrived 11 am. fiom Lyttelton; sailed 5 p.m. for Napier. Nkl°os. —Takapuna arrived i a.m. from Wellington; sailed 5 p.m. for WelUngton. Gbbymooth.—Rosamond arrived early from Lyttelton; Kails f p.m. for "Wellington, ■ ■ •. ,,
GlSßOßNE.—Manaponri arrived 11 a.m. from i Auckland j sailed 4 p.m. for Napier.—Southern Gross arrived early from Napier; sailed 8 a.m. for Anokland.—Australia arrived early from Auckland; sailed 2 p.m. for Napier. Auckland.— Herald arrived 4.30 a.m. from Ducedin; sails to-night for Greymouth. Shipping Telegrams. Newcastle, September s.—Tekapo, for Dunedin. Wellington, SKptember C—The steamer Lawreuce, which Las been purchased by the Mokihinui Coal Company, arrived fiom Sydney th's morning. She was formerly in the Newcwt'e trade, has a light draught, aud can carry 400 tout) of coal, drawing Bft. Sbe is intended to trade between here and the Mokihinui River.
SHIPPING, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
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