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SHIPPING., Issue 8030, 5 October 1889
High Water. To-morrow. Talaroa Heads; 043 a.m, 0.58.p.ra. Port Ohalmors : 1.23 a.m., 1.38 p.m. Dunedin: 2.8 a.m., 2.23 p.m. Monday. Taiaroa Heads: 1.11 a.m., 133 p.m. Port Chalmers : 1,51 a.m., 2.16 p.m. Dunedin: 2.36a.m,,3.0p.m. Port Chalmers. SAlLED.— October 4. Brunner, s.s., 332 tons, Ewan, tor West Coast ports. Beautiful Star, s,s., 146 tons, Brewer, for Oamaru. October 5. Brier Holme, larqnc, 891 tons, Johnstone, for Timaru, Captain Gibbons, of the steamer Wavcrlev, reports passing a quantity of wreckage from the sunken steamer Koranui. The wreckage appeared to bo cabin fittings and doors. It is feared that the vessel is breaking up. Mr W. Tunder, late master of the ketch Champion, questions whether the Koranui did not strike a rock which ho has observed lying from one and a-half to two miles W.N.W. of the Beef Barrels, and covered to a depth of sft to 6ft of water. The Dingadee having transhipped part of her cargo of coals to the hulks, steamed up to Dunedin yeaterdayevening. The ship Waitangi was towed down from Dunedin this morning and berthed at the export pier to take in cargo for London, The Brunner left the Eattray street wharf at 6 p.m. yesterday with cargo and passengers for the West Cf-ast. The Beautiful Star left Dunedin at 10 p.m. yesterday with passengers and cargo for Oamaru. The Waitangi was towed down to Port Chalmers this morning and berthed at the export pier. The Brier Holmo was towed to sea this forenoon and sailed in ballast for Timaru, where she loads for London. The Wellington Harbor Board have selected Captain Henry Johnson, of| theLindus, for the post of harbor pilot. Captain Johnson was formerly in the service of Captain Williams and theU.S,B. Company. Shipping Telegrams. Hokianoa, October 3.— Rose, barque, from Sydney. Onbhdnoa, October 4.—Wanaka, for the South. Passengers: Mr and Mrs Wankeyn, Mrs Condon and four children, Messrs H. A. Blyth, S. Phillips, W. Lankshaw, B, Demons. Wellington, October 4.— Ralston, ship, for London. , . _ Lyttelton, October 4. —Rosamond, for Greymouth.—Janet Nicoll, for Brisbane.—Rotorua, for Wellington. Sydney, October s.—Vision, barque, for Kaipara. Melbourne, October s.—Bolleisle, from New Zealand.
Newcastle, October s.—Annie Bow, for Timaru.
SHIPPING., Issue 8030, 5 October 1889
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