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SHIPPING, Issue 8043, 21 October 1889
TO-MORBOW. Taiaroa Heads: 0.56 a.m., 1.17 p.ra. Port Chalmers : 1.36 a.m., 1.57 p.m. Dunedin: 2.21 a.m„ 2,42 p.m.
ARRlVED.— October 19. Beautiful Star, s.s„ 146 tons, Richardson, from Oamaru. Passengers; Nine saloon, one steerage. October 20.
Kokanui, a.s., 56 tons, Beat, from Wai Herald, s.s., 352 tons, Jones, from Grey mouth
MAlLED.— October 10, Enterprise, brigantine, 84 tons, Bell, for Napier. October 21, _
Penguin, s.s., 442 tons, Bernech, for Northern ports. Passengers; For Lyttelton— Messrs Thomas anil Mills. For Wellington— Mesdaroes M'Dermitt and Sampson and child, Messrs M'Dermitt, Thomson; and three in the steerage.
The ship Auckland has landed the Dunedin portion of her cargo, and is completing her ballast prior to sailing for Lyttelton. During the week commencing October 14th and ending on the 20th the following vessels have been at the Dunedin wharves:—Arrivals; Kakanui 56 tons (thrice), Rotomahana BCS, Rotorua 576, Omapcre 352, Manapouri 1,020, Brunner 332, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Clan M'Leod 642, Penguin 442, Grafton 297, Lizzie Ellen 40, Invercargill 123, Herald 358; total, 5,505 tons. Departures: Tekapo 1,544 tons, Kakanui 50 (twice), Rotorua 576, Rotomahana 865, Ocean Bangor 532, Sybil 150, Omapere 352, Manapouri 1.020, Beautiful Star 146 (twice), Brunner 332, Grafton 297, Enterprise 84; total, 5,856. The Herald, coal laden from Greymouth,
arrived at 2 p.m. yesterday, and passed the Port direct to Dunedin. Yesterday evening the wind veered to the S.W., blowing heavy, attended by frequent squalls of rain and hail, which continued the whole of this forenoon. Wo may now look at an/ moment for the arrivals of the Jessie Re adman (from London) and tbo Morning (from Boston). Tho Beautiful Star, with cargo and pasumgers from Oaniaru, arrived at 11.20 p.m. oil Saturday. .She left Oarnaru at_ .'1 p.m. on that day ; had ‘•■‘rocg southerly winds with heavy head sea and rain aloog the I' lii-.t. The u'-w steamer built for Caplaiu Mm* by We-afsi K.iiowstul;b Brothers, of Pou Cbal/tu'v-i, was ir.onehod »>u Saturday night, and towed alongside the export pier to itccive her boiler and engines, which Jure being made by Messrs Oaidr.ee A dii-yripliou of ho has already appeared in tli're->columns. The following are the dimensions of 11.M.5. Marathon, which is under orders for these waters:—2,9lo tons, 17ft Gin draught; armament—G Gin 5-ton guns, 10 quirk firing guns, 1 light gun, 3 machine guns; 9,000 indicated horse power, 19,f knots speed on trial trip on measured mile; can steam 8,000 miles at 10 knots; 400 tons of coal In bunkers. She was launched in 1883.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS,
The Tonga tiro left Plymouth on the 19th inst. for the Cape via Tenuriffe.
Bi.uff, October 21.—The Tc Anau ar.ived from Melbourne at 5 a m . having left Williamstown ut 3.30 p.m. on the 15th ; arrived at Hobart at 10, fiO a,m. outlie 17th; sailed at (> p.m. same day, and arrived as above. Experienced fresh S.B. winds from Melbourne to Holurt; thence moderate to fresh westerly and S.W. winds and fine weather. Passengers ; For the Bluff—Messrs Bea' er and Baker. For Dunedin Mesdames O’Neill, Biibrough, Duncan, Wilson and child, Turnbull and bey, Woodhouse, Meisrs O’Neill, Bilbrough, Showman, Meyer, Fletcher, Came, Wilson (2), MTiitnsb, and Jordan, Misses Paul, Cameron, Hill (2), Palmer (2), Captain Chatfield. For Lyttelton ; Mrs and Miss Greenwood, Mrs Ravcnhill and child, Miss Hetman, Mr Marks. For Wellington : Mr and Mrs Ashworth and child, Misses Cornish. Loftus, Tottenham, Sinclair, Kev. Mr and Mrs Still, Messrs How and Marsden. For Auckland—Mr Lawrence ; thirty steerage for all ports Newcastle, October 21.—Janet Kicc.ll, lor Oaraaru.
SHIPPING, Issue 8043, 21 October 1889
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