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SHIPPING., Issue 8039, 16 October 1889
» II Iffh Water. To-MORBOW.—Taiaroa Heads: 7 30 a.m., 7 59 p.m. Port Chalmers : 8.10 a.m., 839 i>.ni. Dunedin: 8.55 a.m., 9.24 p.m. » Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—October 16. Brunner, s.s., 540 tons, Ew.in, from Wcstpoit via Timara and intermediate ports. Passengers : Messrs Stoddard, Price, Graham; and five stoerage. Manapouri, s.s,, 1,020 tons, Logan, from Aucklard via the East Coaßt. Passengers: Mesdames Allen, Lusk, Gards, M'Leod, Misses Viner (2), Heaslop, Evans (2), Lusk, Boughen, Glasgow, Messrs Bolton, Holland, Meni, Gards, Smith, Broadbent, Tec, Hume, Campbell; and thirty-three steerage. BAlLED.—October 15. Ocean Ranger, barqucntino, 232 tonß, Graham, for Kaipara. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Richardson, for Oamarn. October 16. Sybil, brigantine, 150 tons, Bell, for Adelaide. Rotomahana, s.s., 865 tons, Carey, for Auckland via the East Coast. For Lyttelton— Messrs Guthrie, Hill, Petrie. For Wellington —Major BurrowH, Dr De Lautour, Mrs Black. For Napier—Mr R. H. Parker. For Auckland —Messrs Stubbs, Montague, Imrie, Mrs Imrie; four in steerage. 1 lie Manapouri steamed ud from the lower harbor this morning and landed cargo at the Victoria wharf. She left Auckland at 12.40 p.m. on the 10th inst. ; called at Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, and Lyttelton, leaving the latter port at 640 p.m. yesterday, arriving at 10.20 am. to-day. She had fresh head winds and thick overcast weather from Auckland to Wellington, thence light variable winds with fine weather to arrival, with the exception of a thick fog on entering Lyttelton Heads, The Brunncr, from Westport via Timaru and intermediate ports, arrived at 8.15 a.m. to-day, and steamed alongside the Bowen pier to discharge 177 ton? coal. Mr Brodrick, her purser, reports leaving Westport at 0.30 p.m. on the 12th inst., arrived at Nelson at 9.20 a.m. on the 13th; left again at 10 a.m., entered the French Pass at 2 p.m., reaching Wellington at 10.10 p.m. ; tooJc on board Southern mails ex Kuapehu, and sailed again at 11.30 p.m. same day ; breasted the Eaikouras at 9.15 a.m. on the 14th, arriving at Lyttelton at 7 p.m. and sailed again at 10 40 pm. same day ; called at Timaru, and alter taking in cargo she left again for headquarters at 10.30 p.m. on the 15th, arriving as above. From Westport to Wellington she had strong head winds with heavy sea, and thence to arrival light S.W. winds with fine weather. Amongst her oargo she brought 200 sacks oats for transhipment for Melbourne.
The brigantine Sybil was towed to fca this afternoon, and sailed with a cargo of grain for Adelaide.
The ship Auckland has put out over 300 tops of salt at the cross wharf The Rotomahana steamed down to Port Chalmers this morning, and after embarking passengers and mails left in the afternoon for Auckland via the East Coast ports. The barquentine Ocean Banger was towed to pea at 5 p.m. yesterday, and sailed in ballast for Kainara, where Bho leads timber for Adelaide. Tho Beautiful Star left Rattray street wharf at 10 p.m. ye3tenlay for Oamaru. Tho Oroapere steamed up from Port Chalmers yesterday evening. Sho landed and took in cargo to-day, and sails for the West Coast this evening. The ship City of Glasgow, which arrived at Adelaide on tho 28th September, from London, reports passing what appeared to bo the whole broadside of a vessel in 20deg S. and 20deg E. It was impossible to ascertain what tbc wreckage was owing to the condition of the weather. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET, Wkosesdat, Octobeh 10. Timaru.—Ohau arrived early from Osunaru ; sails ft. 30 for Napier. Tekapo arrived early from Oamaru; sails to-night for LyttoltoD. Lyttelton.— Rotorua arrived 9 a.m. from Dunedin ; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington. Wellington.—Penguin arrived 1 a.m. from Nelson : sailed 3 p.m. for Lyttelton.—Mahinapua nailed 6 p.m. for Lyttelton. New Plymouth. Takapuna arrived early from Mauukau ; sailed 8 a.m for Wellington. Gbeyhooth.—Herald arrived 10 a.m. from Wellington. Napier,—Southern Cross arrived 5 pm. from Wellington. KessELL.—Mararoa arrived 6 a.m. from Auckland; sailed 2 p.m. for Sydney. Shipping Telerrams. Auckland, October 15. Hauroto, from Sydney. Passengers: Mesdamts Armitage, Mann, Carbines, Bissett, Saxton, Messrs Wilkie (2), Edson, Dr and Mrs Small, Mr and Mrs Montague, Mr and Mrs G. K. Oolmer, Mr and Mrs W. G. Lee and three children, Mr and Mrs J. Larking, Mr and Mrs 3. G. Grant apd child, Lord Dunlo, Major-general Edwards and servant, Captain Carmichael, Messrs W. R. Cook, J. T. Garlick, E. M. Paul, W. Coins, Pulman, G. Robinson, G. W. Colmer, C. Bissett, Tarleton, Mr and Mrs J. H. Giant; thirty in the steerage. For Dunedin—Mrs Fitchett, Messrs Quinn and DaWson.—Annie Hill, from Lyttelton.— Kanieri, for Blenheim.—Grasßmere, for Melbourne (from Eaipara). Lyttelton, October 15. Manapouri, for Dunedin.—Otaki, ship (Captain Worster), for London.—Brunner, for Dunedin via Timaru. London, October 15.—Rakaia, for Dunedin. Melbourne, October 16.—Te Auau, for the Bluff.
SHIPPING., Issue 8039, 16 October 1889
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