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SHIPPING, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889
Hlffh Water. To-MOBBOW. Toiaroa Hb>mj; : 0.10 a.m, 0.43 p.m. Port Chalmers : 0.50 tt.w„ 1.23 p.m. Innedin: 1.35 a.m., 2,8 p.m. ' ■ ■♦' Pert Chalmers. ARRlVED—Septeubbr 20. Walratipu, g.s., 1,158 tons, Wheeler, from Sydney via Wellington, Lyttolton, Timarn, and Oamaru. Passsenger: One steerage. Rotorna, g.a., 576 tons, Neville, from the North, i-assengers: Meadames Walker, Cambridge and child, Misses Kennedy, Matthews, Walker, Buckley, Messrs Petrie, M'Quaid, Bremmer, Masters Henderson, Evans; twelve in the steerage.
The Hauroto discharged and shipped cargo at the tongue wharf to-day. The Kotorua left Nelson at 2 p.ro, on the 17th; called at Picton, Wellington, Lyttelton, and Akaroa, leaving the latter port at 7 p.m. yesterday. She bad strong southerly winds from Lyttelton till arrival here at 1.15 p.m. to-day. The Riroutaka has taken in about 8,000 oarcanes frozen mutton and a quantity of wool, and sails to-morrow morniug for London via the North.
The Wakatipu, from Sydney via Wellington, Lyttelton, Timaru, and i amaro, arrired alongside the George street pier at 9.50 p.m. jesterday in readiness, sfter discharging her cargo, to haul into the graving dock for cleaning and repainting. Purser Touatt report* leaving Bydney at 8.15 p.m. on the 7th ioat,; experienced westerly winds with fine weather across, and breasted (Jape Farewell at 11 a.m. on the 12th, and Stephen Island at 4 p m.. arriving at Wellington at 11.&5 p.m. same day; left at 030 p.m on the loth, arriving at Lyttelton at 6 30 a.m. on the 10th ; remained there nntil 8 15 on the 17th ; arrived at Tira»ru »t 6 30 a.m. on the 18th, and left at 6.30 pm. j arrived at Oamaruat6.3o a.m. on the 19th., and left at 3 30 p.m., and met with light southerly wind down the eoast.
MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Fridat, SBrrEVßra2o. Butpf. Wairarapa arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin ; sailed 5 p.m. for Melbourne. t/rrTBLTON.—To Anau sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington.— Omapere sailed 2 pm. for Westport.—Tekapo arrived noon from Timaru; sails 6 p. m. for Wellington. Wellington.—Penguin a'rived 5 a.m. from Nelson ; sailed 3 p.m, for Lyttelton. Nelson.—Koranui arrived 2 a.m. from Greymouth ; sailed 4 a.m. for Wellington. Westport, Wareatea anived 3 a.m. ; sailed 5 p.m. for Oamaru.—Mawhera and Moa put in; proceeding Greymouth to-morrow.— Mahinapua arrived noon from Nelson; sails
7 p.m. for Nelson. Gisborne. Rotomahana arrived 11 a m. from Auckland ; sailed 5 p.m. for Napier.— Southern Cross arrived early from Naiier; tailed 9 a.m. for Auckland—Australia arrived early from Auckland ; railed noon for Napier. Hobaht.—Waihora sailed 5 p m. Thursday for Bluff. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Coptio sailed yesterday from Wellington for London via Rio. Passengers: Sir E. and Lady Dashwood and Mr George Sanders. Second salo 'n : Mews A. Waite, Guy, and J. Barbour. Stcerago: Mr and Mrs Robsonand family (3), Mr and Mrs Peterson and family (4), Messrs J. Robin, T. Bacon, D. Gibbs, P. Cassidy, and Mitchell. Ths following in the complete list of passengflis by the lonic, dne here next week : Paloon—Mr T. o*lcntt, Mispes A. and L. ttorr, Mr Wallis Gusli, Mr G. T, Chirneidf, Mrs Ohimsidii and maid, Mr J. Gisquoine, Mr« Hartmai'.rj, Misß Hartmaun, Mr J. S. Jamießon, Mr K. O. Kington, Mis* Funny Lowo, Mr Faleonar Macdouald, MrsMacdonald and mnid, Master Macdonald and nurse. Mr and Mrß Marcell. Mr John Marshman, Mi«s Emily Maynard, Mr D. H. M'Lean, Mrs M'Lsan, Miss K. M'Nellie, Mr O. A. M'Dowell, MlssM. Raleigh, Mr G. F. Smith, Mr and Mrs Twomey, Mr Robert Wilson. Second saloon—Mr Wm. J. Allen, Mrs Allen, Master Alien, Mr Arthur Atkinson, Mr James Avison, Rev. J. Barber, Messrs F. J. Brothers, W. R. Carruthew, Robt. H. Growther, Henry Dawson, John Drake, Mrs Dunbar. Mr William Gleadell, Miss Mary Harris, Mesaw Hartman, J. G. Helford, F. P. Biggins, Rev, A. Holtz, Messrs R. 8. Inglis, Wra. Jngs, H*rold Isaacson, t amuel Lawson, G. M'Adam. Williclm Morris, H. A. Novins, A. Osborne, Mm OBborne, Master Osborne, Messrs F. M. Solomons, G. J. Swanton, T. Turner, Mr Turner, Miss Turner, Mr Charles Whiting, MrThomas S. Williams, Mr W. R. Yorke, Mr 0. W. Younge. Third Class—Mr Peter Ball, Mrsßall, Master Ball, Mr Alfred Barber, Mies Ann Breeze, Mtasrs John Clouston, Robert Collard, Robert Cross, Thomas Daly, W. H. Day, Mrs Day, Miss Muriel Day, Ma-ter Douglas Day, Mis* Margery Day, Me?srs J. A. Day, William Dixon, U. Dobing, Richard Dow, William Eekhold. Miss T. Engstrom, Miss J. Engstrom, Miss F. Engstrom, Mr Edward Faulkner, Mrs Faulkner, Miss G. Faulkner, Master Thomas Faulknor, Mr Paul Fawcett, Mr Albert Fischer, Mrs Ffcchor, Master Fischer, Miss Fischer, Mrs A. Forsyth, Miss Nellie Forsyth, Miss Marion Forsyth, Master Archibald Vtm.yth, Mr W. Foxcroft, Mrn Foxcroft. i-Mn:. Maiy Foscrolt, Miaa JJvMitiit Foxcroft, .William .'Fovciofi,. Mies Annie Feiarott, Maeter A moid FreoWtt, Mit* Gratf«
F;xcroft, Krj Annie Fiaser, Master James Fraser, Miss Maggie Fraser, Miss Barbara Fras*r, Miss Alice Fraser, Mr Gustav Frcdreck, Mr. J.. Graham, Mrs Graham, Master Archie Graham, Mr W. G. Gray, Mr David Higgie, Mias Higgie, Mr W. Hdl, Mrs Bill, Mr Walter Hobbs, Mr Kichard Hunt, Mrs Hunt, Master James Hunt, Master George Hunt, Master W. Hunt, Messrs John Kennard, F. Kemp, R. Kirby, John Kynaston, James Lane, Miss Louisa Leaman, Mist Mary S. Lewi*, Meters James A. Maslen, Patrick Maeintire, Franois M'fjeron, E'.'win Miller, Arohibald Miller, John Moonlight, David Morrison, Thomas Mcore, Thomas J. Neden, Mis Neden, Master John *J\ Neden, Miss Florence Neden, Messrs O. Nicholson, John Nicholson, Frank Pierson, Robert S. Pollock, Ed. P. Pope, Mrs Pope, Master Daniel Pope, Mr James Quigley, Mias W. Reardon, Mias A. Reardon, Messrs Robert Rhodes, G. E. Rose, O. H. Rose, Alfred Charles Savage, Master Charles R. Savage, Mrs Savage, -Master Alfrtd J. Savage, Mr John Scarff, Mrs Scarff, Master WalterScarff, Mias Jessie Scarff, Master Alex. Scarff, Mrs Pohofield, Miss O. Schofleld, Mr Amos Siddon, Mr Ernest Sillifant, MiBS Skinner, Mr H. Stromberg, Mrßobt. Thompsen, Mrs Thompson, Master Thompson, Messrs Ricnarrt Wareing, William Wareing, Jos. Wareing, John C. Werring, Win. Whibtick, David Wilson, Alfred Wilson. snipping Telegrams.
WKBTPOBT, September 20. —The Mawhera, from Manukau, and Moa, from Wanganui, both bound for Greymouth, put in hero for shelter tbis morning. The weather is showery and cold, and the sea very heavy. Bbisbanb, September 20.—Janet Nicoll, s.s., from Lyttelton.
SHIPPING, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889
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