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SHIPPING.

High Water.

To-moebow. Taiaroa Heads : 2.11 am , 2.30 p.m. Port Chalmers ; 251 a.m., 3.10 p.m. Dunedin: 3.36a.m,, 3.55 p.m.

i*ort Clialmerv

ARRIVED.— September 21. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oaraaru,

September 22. Margaret Galbraith, ship, 840 tons, Carden, from Glasgow (Juno 7). Passengers: Saloon— Mr .Robert Greer. Second tabiu—Mrs M iSee, Misses M'Nee (3), Master M’Nee, Messrs A. M'Slay, S. M’Slay, J. Caldwell, J. Speirs.

September 23.

Rosamond, s.s, 721 tons, Manning, from Grey mouth. lonic, R.M.S., 4,673 tons, Ridley, from Plymouth via Cape Town and Hobatt. For Dunedin : faioou—Misses Carr (2), Mr T. Calcutta From Hobart; Mr and Mrs Paterson. Second saloon From Plymouth: Messrs M'Leod, M'Adatn, and Tongs. Steerage- Mr and Mrs Thompson, Mr and Mrs Hill, Mr and Mrs Savage and two children, Messrs Down, Gray, Pollard, Frederick, Kynaston, Eckhold, and Kennard,

SAlLED.—September 21

Rimutaka, R.M.S., 4,474 tons, Greenstreet, for London via the North. September 23.

Rotorua, s.s., 576 tons, Ne ille, for Northern ports. Passengers ; For Lyttelton Mis Walker, Messrs Smith, Rothschild. For Wellington—Mrs Metz,

TheR.M.S. Rimutaka left the George street pier shortly after uoon on Saturday, for London via the North, Lyttelton being her first port. Her cargo from this port consists of about 700 hales wool, skins, etc., 9,987 carcasses mutton. 142 cases, 25 bags kidneys, 28 pieces beef, and 3 boxes gold. The Rosamond, with 800 tons coal from Greymouth, arrived alongside tho Bowen pier at 1 a.m. to-day, and commenced to discharge her cargo into the hulks. She loft Greymoutlx at 6pm. on the 19th inst.; passed Cape Farewell spit at 0,30 p.m, on the 20th; experienced strong westerly gale to Stephen Island, when it moderated, and was succeeded by light airs and calms until she pasred Cape Campbell at 3 5 a.m. onthe2Ut; thenceshe had strong.S.E. and S.W. winds; passed Akaroa at 11.40 p.m, same day and Moeraki at 7.10 p.m on the 22nd, arriving as above. The ship Nelson was towed down from Dunedin this forenoon in readiness to haul into the graving dock for cleaning and repainting. During tho week commencin'' 16th and ending 22nd September the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves Arrivals : Gatlin 46 tons, Brier Holme 894, Te Anau 1.028, Beautiful Star 14‘5 (twice), Hauroto 1,276, Grafton 297, Jubilee 816, Rotorua 596, Invercargill 123; total, 5,368 tons. Departures: Tckapo 1,544 tons, Kakanui 56, Takapuna37o, Invercargill 123, Lizzie Ellon 40, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Te Anau 1,028, Oairntoul 1,071, Gatlin 46, Grafton 297; total, 4,867 tons. The ship Nelson was towed down to Port Chalmers this morning, ready for hauling into dock.

The baique Nanny bas completed h°r ballast, and is expected to sail for Lyttelton to-morrow. The barque Brier Holme is rapidly putting out her cargo at the Rattray street wharf. She goes North to load. The ship Waitangl is nearly clear of her general cargo. She put cut some heavy lifts on Saturday,

ARRIVAL OF THE lONIC.

The R.M.S. lonic, from Plymouth via Cape Town and Hobart, arrived off the Heads at 10.45 p.m. yesterday, and anchored untill p.m. to-day, when she crossed the bar Alt being well, she was passed and cleared-iu by the health and Customs officials and berthed alongside. the George street pier.

The lonic brings 3,000 tons of dargo, 400 tons of which are for Dunedin, 5 bags of mail matter, 20 boxes of parcel v ( riL and 90 passengers. On September 19 William Warling, a steerage passenger for Auckland, died of phthisis. The lonic loft Plymouth on August 10, Teneriffe on the sth, Cape Town on the 31st, Hobart at 2 p.m. on the 19th, She has on board a model of the steamer Britannic, about lift long, for the Exhibition,

MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET.

Monday, September 23.

Fluff. —Wailiora arrived 9 a.m. from Melbourne; sailed 5 p.m. Due at Dunedin wharf about seven, Tuesday morning Lyttelton.—Grafton sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington.— Wnreatea sails 8 p.m. for Westport. —Brunner arrived 4 a.m. fiom Greymoutb.— Mahinapua arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington; sails 9 p.ra. for Timoru —Wanaka arrived 11 a.m. from Wellington; sails 10 p.m. f#r Wellington. Wellington.—Rotomahana sailed 3 p.m for Lyttelton.—Penguin sailed 1 p.ra. for Nelson. Nelson.—Koranui sailed 7 a.m. for Greymouth.

Ghetmodth. Ohau arrived 9 a.m. from Wellington. Gisborne.—Te Anau arrived 5.80 a.m. from Napier ; sailed 8.30 a.m. for Auckland. Sydney.— Hindus sailed this afternoon for Wellington.

ARRIVAL OF THE MARGARET GALBRAITH.

Owing to the strong P.W. wind which prevailed on Saturday it was not deemed prudent for the tug Flacky to attempt to tow into port against the ebb tide the ship Margaret Galbraith, and she anchored under the North Head until yesterday morning, when she was brought across the bar under the charge of Pilot M'Donald, her draft being 17ft bin. On coming up the cross chant el, she was met by the Customs boat, and all being well was passed and cleared in, and came to anchor in the Quarantine Ground at 9 30 a ra., in readiness for towing to Dunedin. The Margaret Galbrair.h comes into part in excellent order, and is still under the command of Captain M. Carden, who brings with him as chief officer Mr M'Donald, Mr Leslie being second, and Mr Saunders third, Her passage, which has been rather a stormy one, has occupied 105 days from port to port, but we are glad to state no casualties have occurred, Her cargo consists of some 1,400 tons, a large portion of which is transhipments ; also ten passengers, all of whom have enjoyed excellent health. Captain Carden, with his nsual courtesy, supplied us with the following report of the passage: —Left Glasgow on June 7, and anchored at tho Tail of the Bank at noon. Afterembarking passengers left again at noon on the Bth, towed to Ailsa Craig, and east off the tug at daylight on the 9th, and made sail to a light N.W, breeze, which held down the Irish Channel, and landed the pilot off Waterford at 8 am. on the 11th. Light N. and K.W, winds continued until the 15tb, when the wind fell almost to a calm, and was succeeded by light southerly to westerly winds until the 17th, when the wind veered to the S.K., with heavy weather for twenty-four hours, when it veered to the northward until passing the latitude of Madeira on June 23, when the wind freshened for three days, again foil calm, and light variable winds prevailed until the 28th, when the first of the N.B. trade was taken in latitude 26deg 35min N. The trade proved very light, and gave out in latitude 14deg N., and was succeeded by light northerly winds and squally weather, and on July 10 spoke the ship Zealand!* in latitude 6deg 40min N., longitude 26deg 30min W., twenty-six days out, all well, on which day she took a southerly breeze and sighted St. Paul Kook at 4 am. on tho 13th, crossing the Equator at 11 a.m. same day on the thirty-fifth day out, The S.B. trade was fresh, but hung well to tho southward, owing to which not much progress was made, the ship having to bo kept up clo=e to the wind ; passed the meridian of Greenwich on August 7 in latitude 37min S. After losing the 8.8. trade had a succession of light northerly winds, and the Capo of Good Hope on August 15, in latitude 41 S., on the sixty-eighth day out. Still_ keeping light winds, she ran down her easting on the mean parallel of latitude 42deg S., until passing Kerguelen Land, when she had a succession of southerly and S.S.IV. winds until pasting the meridian of Cape Leeuwin on September 7, in latitude 42deg S , when she encountered strong S, and S.S.W, winds with heavy beam sea, daring which she shipped large quantities of water; passed the meridian of Hobart in latitude 4Gdeg S. on September 15. Still keeping similar weather, she passed the Snares on the morning of the 20th inst. with a heavy S.S.W. wind, accompanied by frequent hail squalls and veiy high sea; thence she had strong S.S.W. and B.W. winds along the coast, and arrived off the Heads as above. Neither ice nor wreckage was seen across the Southern Ocean.

A NEW STEAMER.

The New Zealand Shipping Company are in receipt of advice by cable, from their London office, that the Duke of Westminster will be the pioneer of their new line of cargo steamers, and that they will be informed of the others later on when arrangements are completed. The Duke of Westminster ia a fine four-masted steel steamer of 3,726 tons, 450 horse-power, built in 1882, and belongs to the well-known Eastern Steam Ship Company. Her dimensions arelength, 400 ft; breadth, 40ft3in; depth, 28ft7in. We understand that the carrying capacity of the additional cargo boats about to be put on by the

owners of the direct steamers trading to New Zealand will be equal to.about 750,000 sheep per annum,—‘Press.’

fllitiipmx ’KeleitTantH

W ELLINGTON, September 21.—Captain Harvey Wilkinson, in the coasting trade, and who is at present in Australia, has purchased the steamer Queen of the South for tho New Zealand coasting trade. She leaves Sydney for Wellington via Newcastle to-monow. The Queen of the South is 198 tons gross and 121 tons net measurement.

Sydney, September 22,— H.M.5. Opal, from Suva.—Hose M., for Hokianga. Melboubne, September 22. Jessie, from Thames.—Kirkcudbrightshire, for Lyttelton. Bluff, September 23 —6 a tn,, Waihora. She left Melbourne at 2,30 p.m. onthelTth, cleared tho Heads at 6 gO, arriving at Hobart at 9am. ou the 19th ; tailed 5p m. Experienced fresh N.W. wines and fine weather throughout. For the Bluff—Mrs Bell and son, Messrs Be Gordon, Grade, Jarrett, Wilson, Daigle's' l, Tothill, Maxwell, Wallis, Asten. For Du”edin Misses Rickards, Delroy, Fernandez, Constance, Devo n , and Murphy, Mess Harry hickards, Bell. Davys, Mvuphyi Lopez (2), Leete, Hatton, Noye, Goddard, M'Avoy, Gray, Hills, Miller, Pitie, Masters, Granville. For Lyttelton—Messrs Bell an Richards. For Wellington—Miss Nightingale, Mesdames Nightingale, Brown and child, Mr Cooper. For Napier—Mcsdames Smith, Frazer, three children, and nurse, Messrs Frazer and Smith. For Auckland Mrs Gibelett and infant, Messrs Gieig (2); forty-two in the steerage for all ports. New Plymouth, September 23.—The Gairloch still lies on the North Spit at Waitara River, but she ha?, been hauled closer tc the channel. Captain Macarthur is confident of getting her off on the spring tides.

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SHIPPING., Issue 8019, 23 September 1889

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SHIPPING. Issue 8019, 23 September 1889

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