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SHIPPING, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889
Hiffli Water. To-MOBBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 153 a.m , 2.10 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.08 a.m., 2 59 p.m. Dunedin; 3.23 a.m„ 3.44 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.— October 5. ' Beautiful Star, s s., 146 tons, Richardson, from Oamaru. Passengers: Seventeen saloon, two steerage. October 6. Ocean Ranger, harquentine, 234 tons, Graham, from Southport (Tasmania) Hinemoa, 0.G.5., 310 tons, Fairchild, from Wellington via Moeraki. Kakanui, s.s., 56 tons, Best, from Fortroso. SAlLED.— October 6 Dingadee, s.s., 393 tons, Downie, for Westport. October J. Takapuna, s.s.. 370 tons, Grant, for Northern p >rts. Passengers : For Lyttelton— Messrs Hackworth, Brooke, Bateman, Hewling. For Nelson—Mr Mitchell; three in the steerage. A steamer, supposed to be the Lindas for the Bluff, passed tho Heads yesterday evening. The C.G.S. Hinemoa, from Wellington via Moeraki, arrived at 10 a.m. yesterday and steamed direct to Dunedin without stopping at the Port. She brings some 100 tons of cargo for the Exhibition, amongst which is a quantity of machinery and guns. The Kakanui, from Fortrofo, at rived at 11 p.m, yesterday, and after landing forty sacks oats at the Bowen pier she steamed up to Dunedin. She left Portion at 11 am. yesterday; hj d strong S.W. winds along the coast. The harquentine Ocean Ra ger took the ground of! Kilgour Point while towing up from Port Chalmers this morning. She was brought up to Dunedin this afternoon. Tho Inverca gill passed the Heads, bound north, at 9 a.m. yesterday. The Hinemoa arrived at tho Rattray street wharf at 11 am, yesterday. She left Wellington on Friday afternoon, and arrived at Akaroa at 7 a.m on Saturday. landed stores, and left again at 4 p.m. j called at Moeraki on Sunday morning, and arrived here as above, After landing a aeven-fongun and o'dier War Department stores for the Exhibition, sho goes to Port Chalmers to put out stores for the torpedo corps, and w.ll leave fur the West Coast tomorrow, The harquentine Ocean Ranger, from Southport (Tasmania), arrived off the Heads on Saturday night, and crossed the bar with a light N.B. breeze, sailing up the harbor aa far Carey Bay, where she anchored at 1 a.m. yesterday until this morning, when she was towed up to Dunedin, The Ocean Hanger is under the command of Captain Graham, formerly of ihe Jessie Nioo’l and Wanganui, and daring tho Ocean Ranger’s absence, some fourteen months, the has been fully employed trading between the Bluff, Port Fairy, back to the Bluff, thence to Melbourne and Queens land, back to Melbourne, and after discharging cargo at that port she preceded to Southport and took on board 100,000 ft timber and 20,000 palings, and left again for Dunedin on the 23rd ult. with a light N.E breeze, which held for twenty-four hours, and was followed by a fresh S.W. wind with clear weather and heavy cross sea for twelve hours, during which she shipped large quantities of water; thence the had southerly winds with fine weather until the 27th, when the wind veered to the northward, increasing to a gale attended by a heavy sea for twenty-four hours, and was succeeded by moderate southerly and S.W, winds until If) p.m. on the 29th, when the wind again backed to the north ward, with a fresh breeze and thick rair, until the Istinst., when she took a westerly breeze, followed by a light E.3E. wind until tho 3rd, when it again veered to the westward. Passed Centro Island at 10 p.m. on the 4th, Dog Island 1 a.m. on the sth. and the Nuggets at 11 am. West (and S.W. winds continued until breasting Cape Saunders, when the wind vrerod to the northward ; reached the Heads at 10 p.m. same day, crossed the bar and sailed up the harbor; anchoring as above. • 1 During the week commencing September 30 and ending October 6. the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves: Arrivals; Brunner 332 tons (twice), Manapouri 1,020, Te Anan 1.028, Kakanui 56, Enterprise (brigantine) 84, Grafton 297, Fybel (brigantine) 150, Takapuna 370, Dingadee 393, Beautiful 'Star 146 (twice),'" Hinemoa' 292] total, 4.646 ton?. Departures: Penguin' 442 tons, J£akanui 5Q ( wicp), Invercargill 123, Hangchow 1,600, Manapouri 1,020. Isabella Anderson (schooner) 79, Brunner 392 (twice), Te Anau 1,028, Grafton 297, Waitnngi (ship) 1128, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Brier Holme (barque) 894, Dingadee 393; total, 7,328 tons, The brigantine Enterprise is nearly all clear of her inward cargo. The Margaret Galbraith is nearly clear of her cargo, and will be all out to-moirow. THE DIRECT STEAMERS, The Tainui (Plymouth, September 14) left Cape Town on the monung of the sth inst. for New Z aland via Hobart. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Mo; day, October 7. Bluff.— Wairarapa arrived 7 p.m., Sunday, from Hobart; tailed 5 p.m. for Port Chalmers. —L ! V»dus arrived 1 p.m. from Lyttelton.— Orawaiti’arrived 3.30 p m. Bom Westport. Oamaru.— Herald arrived this morning from Grey mouth ; sails to-night for Dun din, Lyttelton.— Brunner sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington.—Wanaka arrived 5 a.m. from Wellington ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington.— Tarawera sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton.—Rotorua sailed 2 p.m. for Kelson. Westport.— Chau arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington. Manukau.— Penguin arrived 8.15 a.m. from New Plymouth. Auckland.— Southern Cross arrived 4 am. from Gisborne and East Coast. —Manapouri arrived 10 a.m. from Gisborne. Shipping Telegrams, Auckland, October 0. Mariposa, from Sydney. Pisscngers: For Auckland—Mrs Barr Brown, Mrs Weston. Miss M. Howard, Mr and Mrs DoMo, Mr and Mrs Patton, Miss Patton. Dr and Mrs Haines, Mr and Mrs Patterson and son, Messrs O. Fraser, J. Cooper Bullard, W. Notham, H. W. Henderson, There are twentyseven passengers for Fan Francisco j thirty-two steerage.—Wahatipu, for Brisbane.—October 7 : Argus (ifcew cargo steamdr), from Java via Newcastle and Sydney, with 1,500 tons of sugar and 800 tons of coal, BLUiF, October 6.—The Wairarapa arrived at 7 p.m, she left Melbourne at 4.30 p.m. on the Ist; arrived at Hobart at 7 a.m. on the 3rd. Sho loft there at 5 p.m on tho same day, and arrived as above. She experienced light easterly winds with fine weather to Hobart, and thence fresh winds and cloudy and rainy weather, For the Bluff—Miss Thom, Messrs Thomson and Wright (2). For Dunedin—Mesdames Friedlanders, Maxwell, Ohiok, Nashelski, Reid, Frazer, Stewart, Henry, Mathews, Beaumont and three children, Combs, Ireland, Goss,
Misses Chick, Cavanagb, Butler, Browning, Cosgrove, Connelly, Messrs Warner, Clitheroe, Leighfurd, Saunders, Mathews, Beaumont, Oomba, Ireland, Goaa, Warner, Stewart, Turton, Woods, Ilawkes, Deering, Williams, Seaton, West, Puttman, Rico, Stephenson, Patterson, Frazer, Phillips, Barker, Connolly, Murphy 12), Cleavy, Nashelski (2), Hill, Guthrie, Clements, Maxwell, Street, Martin, Watson, Chick, Oswald, Fiiedlander (2), Rev. Dr Moran, Revs. Fitzgerald, Murphy, Lynch, O’Neill (2), Mullin, O’Donnell, Green, Lee, Henry, For Lyttelton—Mrs Stenvy and two children, Miss M’Phail, Messrs Parn.ham, Lonargan, Stenvy, Sandstein. For Wellington —Mrs Wilson, Mies Bade; forty-one steei age for all ports. October 7, 1 p.m., Lindus, steamer, from Lyttelton.
SHIPPING, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889
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