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SHIPPING, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
High Water. To-mobeow. Talaroa Heads: 4.17 a.m, 4.2G p.m. Port Chalmers ; 4.57 a.m., 5.6 p.m. Dunedin: 6.42 a.tn., 5.51 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRIVED. —September 10 Mararoa, s.s , 1,658 tons, J. Bdie, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers : Mrs and Miss ifise, Messrs Perry, Thomson, W. Thomson, Hall, Bullimore, Sise, England, Howard, Patterson, Dr Percival; and twenty in the steerage. September 11. Brunner, s.s,, 540 tons, Ewan, from Westport. Tekapo, s,s., 1,501 tons, Anderson, from Newcastle. Manapouri, s.s., 1,020 tons, T. Logan, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast poits. Passengers; Mcsdames Thompson, _Randle and family, Johnston, Harconrt, Misses Casey, Riley, M‘Kay, Simpson, Messrs Auther, Pike. Laing, Haycock, Black, Candlish, Davenport, Dixon, M'Tavish, Robertson, Randle, Smith, Turnbull, Park, Parke; and seventeen in the steerage. SAILED.— September 10.
Beautiful Star, s.s„ 146 tons, Brewor. for s.s., 1,269 tons, Sinclair, for Sydney via Northern ports. Passengers; For Lyttelton Misses Lawrie, Harrop, Mr M'Millan. For Wellington—Messrs Toombe, Sanders, and Auckland football team (27). For Gisborne—*Mr Herbert. For Auckland— Mrs J A. Whitson and two children, Mr and Mrs John
Stephenson, Misses Stephenson, Girle, Smith, Mr Moore; and twelve in the steerage.
The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers, left the Battray street wharf at 10 p.m. yesterday for Clamant. The ship Nelson will be ready for babast about Friday. _ The Mataroa, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff, arrived alongside the George street pier at 4.30 p ra. yesterday, and at once commenced to discharge her cargo. Mr M'Leonan, her purser, reports leaving Williamstown at 6.30 p.m. on the 3rd iust., passed Swan Island at 2.50 a.m. on the 4th, ana arrived at Hobart at 7.40 a.m. on the sth; left again at 4.30 p.m. same day, passed and excuanged signals with the company’s steamer Waihora, steering west, at 6.40 p.m, on the 7th, breasted Puysegur Point at 10.40 a.m. on the Bth, and arrived at the Bluff wharf at 5 p.ra. same day, but owing to the heavy N.W. wind she remained there until 6,30 a.m. yesterday, arriving as above, after a smart run of ten hours from wharf to wharf. From Melbourne to the Bluff she experienced light N.W. winds with smooth sea, and from the Bluff strong S. W. winds. The Brunner, with 550 tons coal from Westport, arrived early this morning, and, after discharging 200 tons coal to the hulks at the George street pier, she steamed up to Dunedin, She left Westport at 8 a.m. on the Bth lost, with a strong southerly wind, which held for twelve hours, followed by Ight variab o winds ; passed Cape Campbell at 1,30 p.m, on the 9tb,' and when off Pegasus Bay encountered a strong N.W. gale ; passed Banks Peninsula at 5.80 a.m, on the 10th, and thence had variable winds, with thick, hazy weather, to arrival. The Manapouri, from Sydney via Auckland and Bast Coast ports, arrived alongside the Bowen pier at 9.15 am. to-day. Mr Fenwick, her (purser, reports leaving Sydney at 5 p.m. on the 29th ult, ; rounded the North Gape at 0 30 a m. on the 3rd inst., and arrived at Auckland at 4 p.m. same day; remained there until noon on the sth inti, when she pushed on for the South ; culled at Gisborne and Napier, and arrived at Wellington at 10 a.m, on the Bth; left again at 5.41 l p.m. on the 9tb; reached Lyttelton on the morning of the 10th; left again same afternoon, arriving as above. From Sydney she experienced strong N.E. wind with head sea until nearing the New Zealand coast, when it moderated, and was followed by variable winds and flue weather to arrival.
The Tekapo, with 2,123 tons coal and 26 tons general cargo, arrived at Port Chalmers at 8 a.m, to-day, and, after discharging some 500 ten* coil into tho hulks at the Bowen pier, she steamed up to Dunedin. Mr Petherbridge, her purser, reports leaving Newcastle at 1,30 p.m. on the 3th iust.; had westerly winds with fine weather across, and breasted Puysegur Point light at 1 a.m, on the lOch ; passed the Bluff at 8.15 a.m,, tho Nuggets at 2.30 p.m., and Gape Saunders at 7.15 p.m.. and steamed into port as above; had B.W. winds with thick weather through Foreaux Strait, thence fine weather to arrival.
THE NSW ZEALAND SHIPPING OOMPANX’A LINK. SXPKOTBD ABRITALS. At Fort Chalmers.—Rangitikei, from London, sailed 16th August. At Oamaru,—Uataura, from London, sailed 22nd June, At Lyttelton.—Otaki, from London, sailed Bth June; Hurunni, from London (loading). At Wellington.—Waipa, from London, sailed 13th July ; K.M.S. Ruapehu, from Plymouth, sailed 29th August. At Napier. Orari, from London, sailed 6tli June. At Auckland.—Lurliue, from London, sailed 11th July At BiuS Mataura, from London via Oamaru, sailed 22nd June. PROJECTED DEPASTURES. From Lyttelton. Craignair, September; R.M.S. Bimutaka, October 8 ; Otaki, September or October. From Wellington, Balaton, September; Wairoa and Brier Holme to follow. From Napier.—Piako, t ctober ; Cormorant and Orari to follow. From Auckland.—Largo Bay, September 25. snipping Telegrams. WELLING) ton, September 9. Manaponri, for Melbourne via the South. Passengers: Misses Massey, Wilson, Mein, Webster, Ross, Melton, and Loete, Mesdamos Hargreaves, M'Farlano, Wood, Foster, Henderson, Sharp, and child, Wilson, Storey, Lincoln, Webster, Bundle and family. Rev. Mr Green, Sir Robert Stout, Messrs Small, Wood, Walker, Pyke, Lee, Wilson, Bell, Kennedy, Haycock, Black, Peacbe, Biddy, Clark, M‘lavish, Mollet, Brown, Howell, Webstrr, Palmer, Sharp, Rhodes, Ohudlelgh, Bundle, Storey, Brandon, Parker, Miles, Oresswcll, Shields, Shanks, and Master Avery, Ltttelxon, Feptember 9.—Janet Niqoll, for Biiabane.—Grafton and Waoaka, for Wellington.
SHIPPING, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
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