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SHIPPING, Issue 8021, 25 September 1889
ARRIVED,— September 21.
Isabella Anderson, schooner, 79 tons, Laiug, :rom Lyttelton. *ErTF.III!ER 25.
K&kanui, b.h., 59 toitM. Best, from Riverton. Mahinnpun, s.n., 205 twii, Tcdd, from the V. r est Coast. Paßse.ngfirs : Misses Morrison, Kirk. Austin, Sutherland, Wilkinson, Stephenson, Messrs Maitland, Dundas, FlcraiEg; and four steerage.
Kotoamhana, s.s,, Sfi" tons, Carey, from Sydney vi» Auckland and East (loast noits. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Tdiatoa. Mr and Mrs Leslie, Mesdames Hardy and family, M'Kenzie, Brown, Fcott, MVAra, Allan, Cotton, Missns Marsh, Bard}', M'Kenzie, Thompson, Fraser, Hodgkln". Allan, Mesny Lewis, Herbert, Ross, Terry. Wayne, Seville, Jonrs, Eraylesford, Heatley, Baird, Captain M'Kenzie; ami fourteen in the steerage. WAlLED.—September 24.
Beautiful Star, e.b., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamarj.
RosarnonJ, s.s., 721 tons, Manning, for Grey mouth.
Waihora, 5.». ; 1,276 tons. Popbam, for Pydney via the Kast C< ast port?. Passengers : Vor Ly'tjlton—Mra Misses Higgins, M'Laughlin, Mess™ Painter, Puller. For Wellinaton Messrs Perrie. Algie, Sayers, Moir, Mrs Fouuess, Miss Sayers, Vor Napier —Mesam Atkinson, Whiting. For AucklandMessrs Lawson, Bigginp, Osborne (2), HoUz. Anison, Mesdames Bendall. Osborne. For Sydney—Mr Lundon ; and eight in the steerage.
Tho schooner Isabella Anderson arrived at Dunedin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Sho left Lyttelton at 7 am. on the 21st inst, and had N,E. wtrifls wirh fine weather down tho coast.
Tho WailV'va 'teamed down to Pott Chalmers at 5 a.m. to-day. She left in the afternoon for Sydney via the East Coast ports. The barque Brier Holmo has n.bout i-ixty tons of cargo to put out. and has commenced ballasting. She gnes to Wellington to load for Home. The Herald steamed up from Port Chalmers this morning, and landed cargo at tho Battray street wbaif. The Ro.-nmond left Dnnrdin this afternoon with cargo for Creymouth direct. The Rotomahana, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast ports, arrived to-day. Mr Munro, her purper, reports leaving Sydney at C p.m. on the 12th inst.; experienced moderate southerly winds with fine weather, passed the the North Capo at 6.26 am. on tho 16th, and arrived at Auckland at 8.30 p.m. same day; left at I p.m. on the 19th, called »t Osborne on the 20th. Napier 21"t, arriving at Wellington on the 22nd, and left at 3 p.m. on the 23rd, arriving at Lytteltcn on tho morning of the 24th, leaving at 3 p.m. same flay, hiving met variable winds with fine weathor down the coast.
Tlic lonic commenced to take iu huv frozen mutton this forenoon.
The p.s, Koranui, timber laden, from Riverton, arrived at the Pattray street, wharf at 7 a.m. to-day. She loft Riverton at 11 a.m. yesterday and met N.E. winds with fi>e weather to arrival.
The s.fi. Mahinapua, C»pt>iin Todd, with cargo und passengers from tho West Coast, arriv.-d at the tongue wharf at 5 am to-day. She left Westrort a* 7 a.m. on tho 20th inst.: called at kelson, Wellington, Lyttelton, rmd Timaru; left the hitter port r.t spm and arrived here this miming She had light variahlo winds to Nelson, followed by heavy confuted seas to Lyttelton, thence light, variable winds to arrival.
MOVEMENTS OF T'HK TJMiON STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET.
Wednesday, September 25,
Ltttelton.—Hauroto arrived 11 a.m. from Dunedin,
Wellington.— Rotorua arrived 1 p.m. from Lyttelton ; sails to-night for Picton. Nelson.— Grafton arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington ; Bailed 9 a.m. for Wostport. Greymouth.—Koranui sails 9 pm. for Nelson.
AVestpokt.—Orawaiti arrived this morning from Wellington.— Wareatea arrived this morning from Lyttelt.nn. New Plymouth.—Wanaka nnivd H a.m. from Wellington; wis 7 p m. for Manukau.— Takipuna arrived early from Manukau; fails 8 pm, for Nelson. TIMARU. Mawhora sailed for Greymouth.
TRADE OF THE PORT.
The Harbor-master will renort to to-morrow's meeting of the Harbor Board that on the 17th inst. ho took soundings at the entrance to the harbor, and found the leaot depth at low water in the line of the leading beacons to be23ft 6in; beacons open to the westward 23ft, and to the .eastward 22ft 6in.
The shipping returns for August show that tho coastal .arrivals were 42 vessels, representing 14.923 tons, and the departures 44 vessels, representing 18,987 tons; the intercolonial, arrivals were 6, representing 6,292 tons, and the
departures 7, representing 7,182 tons; the foreign arrivals 4 vessels of 7,504 tons, and the foreign departures 5 vessels of 8,100 tons. Grand totals : Arrival?. 52 vessel?, 28,784 tons; departures, 50 vc-selK, 24,27") tons.
THE GROUNDING OF THE KOIUNUI.
GBKYMOUIir, September 25.-A preliminary inquiry into the grounding of the Korauui at Cape Farewell was held to-day before the Collector of Customs. The evidence of the master, chief mate, engineer, and the man at the wheel when the accident happened, was taken. It was to the effect that the weather was fine and the sea smooth at the time. The stearnci was on her usual course and the water sufficiently deep all round. The evidence has boon sent to Wellington. Tbe Press and public were excluded from the inquiry.
Auckland, September 24 Te Anau, from the South, Dunedin, from Napier. Takapuiu, for the Mouth. Tho birque Rollo, whinh left Kaipara on August 22 ;or London with a cargo of timber, has put back to Auckland, having mot with such heavy weather that her deck cargo rolled about dangerously. Y/KLr,rNGTON, September 24.—During the passage of the Xor&nui from Kelson to Greymouth tho vessel grounded on Farewell Spit, but after a few hours' detention she floated off.
Lyttelton, September 24. —Rotomabana, for Dunedin.
Newcastle, September 24.—Janet Nicoll, for Timaru.
SHIPPING, Issue 8021, 25 September 1889
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