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SHIPPING., Issue 8040, 17 October 1889
High Water. To-morrow.— Taiaroa Heads: 8 34a.ra.,9.16 p.m. Port Chalmers: 9.14 a.m., 956 p.m. Dunedin: 9.59 a.m., 10.41 p.m. Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.— October 16. Beautiful Star, s.s,, 146 tons, Richardson, from Oaraaru. Passengers: Fivefaloon, two steerage. Clan Maclcorl, baique, 640 tone, Whitney, from Now York. SAlLED.— October 16. Omapere, s.s., 352 tons. Smith, for Westport. October 17. Waitangi, ship, 1,158 tons, Leeman, for Lyttelton. Manapouri, s.s., 1,020 tons, Logan, for Melbourne via the Bluff. Passengers: Hears Brady, Farrell, Oswald, W. P. Street. The Brunner took in cargo to-day at the Rattray street wharf. She leaves to-morrow evening for Greymouth via intermediate ports. The brigantine Enterprise is expected to sail for Napier about Saturday, A birque was reported from Cape Saunders this forenoon passing north, and a threemasted schooner twelve miles N.E. The Beautiful Star, with cargo and passengers from Oamaru, arrived at 10 p.m. yesterday. She left Oamaru at 3 p.m, Had northerly winds and fine weather along the coast.
The ship Waitangi sailed this morning for Lyttelton, at which port she completes liar loading for London. Her cargo from this port consists of 196 bales rabbitskius, 706 bales flax, 7 bales basils, 16 casks tallow, 2 casks hardware, and 150 drums glycerine. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY’S FLEET. Thursday, October 17. Lyttelton. —Kotomahana arrived 8 a.ra. from Port Chalmers; sailed 5 p.m. for Wellington.—Rosamond arrived 4 a.m. from Greymouth.—Penguin arrived noon from Wellington ; sailed 1 p.m. for Dunedin via Akaroa. Wellington,— Takapuna sailed 1 a.m. for Nelson.—Rotorua arrived 2 p in. from Lyttelton. Nelson.— Mawhcra arrived 10.30 a.m. from Wellington; nailed noon for Grey,—Mahinapua arrived 10.30 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 2 pm. for Westport—Takapuna arrived noon irom Wellington; sailed 2p m. for Picton. Gisborne. —Australia arrived noon from Auckland ; sailed 4 p.m. for Napier. Auckland.— Hauroto sailed noon for Gisborne. ARRIVAL OF THE CLAN MACLEOD. A barque was reported seven miles S.B. of Capo Saunders this forenoon standing in towards the Heads. The Plucky, after towing out the Waitangi, steamed towards the stranger, which proved to be tho Clan Maclecd, from New York. She was brought across the bar and anchored off Deborah Bay in readiness for towing to Dunedin. She brings 1,200 tons of cargo tor Dunedin. T i e Clan Macleod left New York on July 3 ; had moderate northerly winds until the fith, then S. and IS, until the 23rd, when she took theN.E. trado in latitude 28dog N. and longitude 20deg W.; it was fresh, and gave out on August 1, in latitude Oileg 20min N., being followed by a S.W. monsoon, with heavy rain squalls until the 12ih, when the S.E. trado sot in, in latitude Ideg K. ; crossed the Equator the same day in longitude 22deg W.; the trade was moderate, and carried her down to latitude 22deg S. on August 21; thence had strong northerly winds veering round to the west; crossed the meridian of Greenwich on September 3 in latitude 37deg 45inin S. ; rounded the Capo of Good Hope on the Bth in latitude 4ldeg 39min S. ; had strong S.W. to N. W. winds until the 24th in latitude 45deg S., longitude 88deg E.; then encountered a S.W. gale with a terrific sia, one of which broke on board and smashed tho starboard quarter boat; the gale lasted thirty-six hours; thence had strong N.W. to S.W. winds ; passed meridian of Cape Leeuwin on September 20, in latitude 47deg S.; on October 3 encountered another heavy S.B, gale, and was hove-to for twelve hours; passed Tasmania on October 9in latitude 47deg 34sec S., and on the following day met with W.N. W. gale, and was again hoveto for twelve hours; strong winds continued until making tho Snares on the 14th, thence baffling winds to arrival. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Tho Doric left Wellington on Thursday, July 25, at 5,10 p.m. with thirty first class, seventeen second class passengers, five mail bags, and nine boxes parcels post. Had fine weather and favorable winds until August 5, then experienced strong easterly winds to gale which lasted for three days, rounded the Horn August 7 and had fine weather and light winds to Hio, which was reached at 7 a.m. August 16; time, 22 days 3 hours 47 minvtcs. Landed five passengers and received eight, and after coalirg proceeded on her way at 11 45 p.m. the same day. Beautiful passage to Teneriffe, light winds and fine weather, and a run of 11 days 8 boms brought her to that port at 11 a.m, on the 28th. Received six more passengers there, and after again coaling started for Plymouth at 4 p.m. same day. Light winds and fine weather were again experienced, and after a very pleasant voyage she reached Plymouth at 9 a m. (4d 10h) on Monday, September 2, where mails and a few passengers were landed before proceeding to London, Total time of passage steaming 38d 3h 47m, stoppages 22 hours; total, 39d Ih 47m, During the voyage a number of concerts were held, all of which passed off in a very successful way. Dancing was indulged in, and outdoor sports in the warm weather were much patronised, and it was with expressions of regret that the voyage was concluded. Tho following passengers had booked their passages by the Knikoura up to the 7th September for New Zealand : —Saloon : For Gisborne —Mr J. A. C sesar, Mr and Mrs P. W. and Master Donner. For Napier—Mr H. Nelson, Mr and Mrs James Lawrence. For Wellington —Mr John Gale, Colonel Kent Johnston, Mr and Mrs Clifford and family. For Auckland — Rev. W, and Mrs Birch, Miss A. Dobson, MrL, M‘L, Monteath, Mr K. M‘L. Monteath. For Bluff—Mr and Mrs A. Hate and family, Mr A. Keightley, Miss Keightley, Dr Page, Second : For Port Chalmers—Mr W. Roberts, Mrs M. Jenkyns. For New Plymouth—Mr and Mrs F. G. Bovill. For Auckland—Mr and Mrs G. Boyd and family, Mrs Simmons and infant, Mrs Cairn, Mrs J. Cairn, Dr W. A. Chevcs. For Wellington—Mr and Mrs T. L. Laine, Mr T. A. Fall, Mr A. J. Fc-rnie. For Lyttelton— Mr H. Weld, Mrs K. Stephenson. For Napier —Mies J- M. Evans, Mr H. Coombe. For Gisborne—Miss A. Hunt. For Nelson—Mr H. Hamlcock, Mr R. Haudcock, Mies L. Handcock, Mr J. Norton ; and fifty steerage passengers. The Aorangi arrived all well at Plymouth on the 15th inst.
Bbippltur Telegrams. SVDN2T, October 16.—Eillarney, for Kaipara. Brisbane. October 17.—Janet Nicoll, from New Zealand. Hobart, October 17. Victoria, for Eunedin. Melboubse, October 16. —Tarawera, from the Bluff.— October 17: Undua, from New Zealand. —Bebeoca and Madina, from Kaipira.— Sarah and Mary, from Invercargill. —Waiteraata for Kaipara. Newcastle, October 17.—Wild Wave, from Mercury Bay. Aratapu, from Auckland.—Defiance and Brunette, for Auckland.
SHIPPING., Issue 8040, 17 October 1889
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