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SHIPPING., Issue 8015, 18 September 1889
To-mobeow. Taioroa Heads: 9.20 a.m., 10.4 p.m. Port Chalmers :10 0 a.m., 10.44 p.m. Lunedin: 10.43 a.m,, 11.29 p.m.
ARRlVED.— September 18.
Rirautaka, R.M.S., 4,474 tons, Qrcenstrcet, from Plymouth (July 27) via Capetown, Hobart, Wellington, and Napier, Wairarapo, s.a., 1,276 tons, Chatfied, from the North. Passengers: Mesdamea Henderson, Sicvwright, Valentine, two servants. Moore and two children, Forrest and two children, Allen, Brown, and maid. Misses Drenfiold, Sicvwright (2), Mall, Rhodes, Stephenson, Messrs Gunn, Aokland, Sykes, Allen. M.H.R., Valentine, M.H.R., Moore, Leith; fifteen in the steerage.
MAILED.— September 17.
Lizzie Ellen, schooner, 45 tons, Titnponny, for Fortrose. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oaicara
Cairntoul, s.b., 1,017 tons, Allman, for Melbourne via Lyttelton. Lizzie Ellen, acboonor, 48 tons, Timpcnny, for Fortrosc. Te Anau, b.s., 1,028 tons, M'lntosb, for Auckland via the East Ooast ports. For Lyttelton—Messrs Scagrave, Neill (2), Beckett, Norton, Mrs Cameron and child, Mrs Calvert and child. For Wellington—Messrs De Castro, Fleming, Steward. For Napier—Mr Mein. For Gisborne—Miss Sandilands. For Auckland— Miss Marks ; seven in the steerage.
The schooner Lizzie Ellen sailed yesterday evening for Fortrose. The Beautiful Star left tho Rattray street wharf at 10 p m. yesterday for Oamaru. The ship Nelson will be clear of cargo this afternoon. After completing her ballast she goes to Wellington to load for London. The Te Anau steamed down to Port Chalmers this morning, and left in the afternoon for the East Coast ports and Auckland. A valuable addition to the active list of the Royal Navy has been made by the completion for sea of tho new first-class armor-plated cruiser Australia, a sister ship to the Orlando, which passed her gunnery trials at Shcernei-s in a most satisfactory manner. The Australia, which was commissioned on July 18, is armed with two 22-ton and ton 5-ton breeoh-loading guns, sixteen quick-firing guns, and twenty torpedoes. She is capable of steaming 18.8 knots per hour, and has cost nearly LSOO.OOO The Wairarapa left Auckland at noon on the 12th inst.; called at Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, and Lyttelton, leaving the latter port at 9.40 p.m. 1 yesterday, and arriving in port at 2 p in. to-day. The ship Jessie Readman left London on August 29, and the barque Helen Denny left the Clyde on August 31, for this port.
ARRIVAL OF THE RIMUTAKA.
The R.M.f*. Rimutaka (Captain Greenstreet), from Plymouth via Cape Town, Hobart, Wellington, and Napier, arrived alongside the George street pier at 8.30 a.m. to-day, and at once commenced to discharge her cargo, of which she has some 501 tons, and took on board frozen mutton, of which she will take some 10,000 carcisses, and about 700 bales wool and skins from this port. Since the Rimutaka’slast visit there has been a slight change in the personnel of her officers, Mr O. Deane (her purser) having been transferred from the Ruapehu, and also Mr Weston (her third officer) from the same vessel.
The Rimutaka left London on July 25; arrived at Plymouth at 2 p.m, en the 20th,
leaving again at 1.30 pm. on the 27th; experienced fine weather to arrivd at Tenetiffe at 1.15 a.m, on August 1; coaled, and left again at 1,25 p.m. same day; had fine weather, and crossed the Equator at midnight on August 7, in loi.gitude Bleg W.; had moderate S.E. trade, and reached Cape Town at Ipm. on August 16; coaled, and pushed on again at 8 p m. same day with a fresh easterly gale, veering to W.S.W., accompanied by a high sea, which continued until crossing the meridian of Cape Leeuwin, wh-m the weather moderated ; thence she had fine weather, and sighted the Mewstone at 0.40 p.m. on the 3rd inst., and arrived at Hobart at 9 p.m. same day; janded thirty-seven passengers and discharged 274 tons of cargo, and left again at 11.50 a.m. on the 4tb; had fine weather to Gape Farewell, when thick weather set in, which held to arrival at ‘Wellington at 1.35 p.m, on the Bth; discharged cargo and left again at 5 10 p.m. on the 11th; arrived at Napier at 10,25 p.m. on the 12th ; took on boaid 14,000 caress .es frozen mutton, and sailed again at 8.30 a.m. on tho 16th; had lino weather down the coast, and reached the Heads at 11 p.m. yesterday; anchored until 7 a.m. to-day, when she crossed the bar under the charge of Pilot Paton, and steamed into port as above. The Rimutaka leaves again for London via the North on Saturday.
THE BIG DREDGE,
Wo have been favored with the following extract from a letter from Mr Guild, tho Melbourne Haibor Trust’s inspecting officer that come over for Dredge 222:-“ The dredge has arrived this mo<ning after a most tempestuous voyage. I had just a few minutes on board to-day atd did not got all the particulars, but I can see that the breakwater at tho stem bad been cairied away, and that they had to erect another, and by all appearances they have made a very goed job of it. Cantam Stewart says that she behaved very well, indeed, at sea, and she looks to be in excellent order, plainly showing that tho hands have not been idle on the voyage. We aro to get her up tho river tomorrow morning and make a start to put her buckets on.”
MOVEMENTS OP THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET.
Wednesday. September 18. OAMABU. Wakatipu arrived early from Timaru ; sails to-night for Dunedin. —Tekapo sails 5 p.m. for Timaru. Lyttelton —Takapuna arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Timaru.— Grafton arrived early from Lyttelton ; sailed 5 p.m. for Dunedin. Wellington. —Wareatea arrived midnight from Greymouth.—Rotorua arrived 7 a.m. from Picton ; sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton. Lyttelton.— Hauroto sailed 4 p.m. for Dunedin.
New Plymouth,—Penguin arrived early from Manukau; sailed 8 a.m. for Wellington. Greymouth.—Koranui arrived 10 a.m. from Nelson.
Auckland.—Tarawora sailed 3 p.m, for Sydney.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS.
Messrs Dalgety and Co, have received word that the R.M.S. Tainui only sailed from Plymouth on 14th inst. (seven days late), and she is duo at Lyttelton (first port) on 25th October.
Auckland, September 17. —Tarawera, from tho South. —Daipy, schooner, for Savage Island. —Penguin, for the South. Passengers: Miss Esarn, Mr and Mrs Greatback, Mrs Logie and child, Mrs and Miss Howortb, Mrs Powloy, Messrs B. P. Esam, D. Griffiths, G, H. Pearce, J. Kelly ; and six steerage, Lyttelton, September 17. —Herald, for Greymouth. —Wairarapa, for Melbourne via Dunedin. Passengers: Mr and Mrs White, Miss Mortimer, Messrs Oarr, Sims, Acland, Jones, Webster.—Grafton, for Dunedin via Timaru.
Melbourne, September 17.—Waihoia, for Hobart and the Bluff.—Manapouti, from the Bluff,
SHIPPING., Issue 8015, 18 September 1889
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