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SHIPPING., Issue 8046, 24 October 1889
To-mobkow. Taiaroa Heads: 250 a.m., 8 7 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.30 a.m., 3.47 p.m. Duncdin: 4.15 a.m., 4.32 p.m. . » Port Chalmers. ARRIVED.—Ootobeu 24. Mahinapua, s.b., 205 tons, Todd, from West Coast ports. PassoDgors: Saloon Misses Turp, Lee, O'Connoll, Wallace, M'Donald, Mra Bandsgrove, Messrs Foden, Branston, Simpson, Bandegrove, M'Arthur, Why te, Rev, Mr Thornton and fair.i'y; four steerage. Beautiful Star, s.s., 146 tons, Brewer, from Oaraaru. Passengers: Simonsen's Opera Company. Waihora, ss,, 1,269 tons, Popham, from Sydney via the North. Fassciigers: Mcsdsmcs Oark, M'Lean, Manton, Misses Davenport (2), Aria (2), Messrs Smith, Beaver, Bunningham, Drake, Rfcrutbors, Walters, Rota, Brogeuzoli, Olarko, Mister Avis: and twelve steerage. Jubilee. s.s., 1,620 tons, Brothers, from Sydney via tho North. Passengers: Saloon— Mesdames Rainbow. Troup, Stowart and child, Miss Smith, Mr and Mrs Craig, Wossra Ross, Kelly, Hauptflo'sch, O'Connor, Thomas; and thirteen steerage.
The Beautiful Star, from Oamaru, arrived at 11.50 p.m. yesterday, bavins left that port at 3 p.m. Experienced strong S 15. and southerly winds, with head sea and showery weather, along the coast. Passengers by the N.Z.S.B. Company's Ruapehu, for London, leave Dunedin by the Takapuna on Monday. The Woihora, from Sydney via tho North, passed tho Port direct to Dunedin at 1 p.m. She left Sydnpy at 4.30 p.m. on the 14th; arrived at Wellington at 3 a.m. on the 19th; left at 3 p.m on the 21st: reached Lyttelton at 10 a.m. on the 22nd, and left at 8 p.m on the 23rd, having met variable winds with fine weather from Sydney to Wellington, thence strong S E. winds with fine weather to arrival. The Mahinapua, from West Coast port?, arrived at the Rattray street wbatf at 7 a.m. today. Sho left Weatport at 6 p.m. on the 18th inst.; arrived at Nelson next forenoon and left again at 2 p.m.; called at Wellington, and left that port at 0 a.m. on tho 20th ; arrived at Lyttelton at 6 a.m. on the 21st; left again atO p.m. on the 22nd, and reached Timaru at 11 a.m. next day; left again at 5 p.m., andreached Dunedin as above. She had light to moderate variable winds and weather throughout the passage. Tbe Beautiful Star steamed down to Port Chalmers this morning and transhipped cargo to the Wairarapa for Melbourne. The many frie&ds of Captain David T. Roberts, who was so well known and esteemed during the many years he traded to the colony in the Shaw, Savill ship Hermione, will regret to hear that he expired about September 5 at Woymouth. in his sixty-first year. Captain Roberts puffered a sad 1o»h about twelve months ago, when his son was lost in the Trevelyan, that ship being tin first command.—' Lyttelton Times.'"
The Jubilee, from Sydney via Cook Strait, arrived at the Jetty street wha»f at 2.40 p.m to-day. She left Sydney at 0.25 pm. on the 14th inst, passed Farewell Spit at 8.20 a.m. on the 19th, and armed at Wellington Tat 7 p.m. came day ; left at 1 30 p.m. on the 21st, and reached Lyttelton at 0.20 p.m. on the 22nd ; loft at 1 20 p.m. on the 23rd, passed Akaroa at 5.45 p.m.: reduced Bpeed at 7 a.m. to-day, and arrivpd off Otago Heads at 10.30 a.m. ; entered the Heids at 0.45 p.m., and reached Dunediu as above. She had fine weather from Sydney to Wellington, thence a ponthei'y gale to Lyttelton, followed by variable winds from S. to N.W, down the oatt. The Hauroto steamed up from Port Chalmers yeßtprday evening and landed cargo to-day at the Victoria wharf. The Auckland was towed down to Port Chalmers this afternoon to tako in a quantity of cargo. The Morning Light was towed up from Port Dhalmers this afternoon and berthed at the Victoria wharf, where she will discharge her Dunedin cargo. The British ship Gudrun, which has just reached San Francisco, Rome 280 days from Liverpool, met with quite a number of mishap*. On the Bth of Maroh she put into the Falkland Islands in a damaged condition. On the 6th of June she put into Monte Video with ber cargo shifted, and waß obliged to restnw. On Jnly 24 she wan off the River Plate, when her mainmast srirung, and on the 29th she was bick in Monte Video. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The Tainui arrived at Hobart at 4 p.m. yesterday. She brought 121 passengers for Australia, and has 147 for New Zealand ports. She left Hobart for Lyttelton at eight o'clock this morning, and is therefore due on Monday next. Weather Telegram. The Harbor Board have received the following telegram from the Meteorological Department to-day:—"North to west and south west gale, with heavy rain; glass further fall.— —R. A. Edwin." Shipping Telegrams. Melbourne, October 23.—Tarawera, for tho Bluff. Auckland, October 24.—Rotomnhana, for the South. Passengers: For Dunedin—Mrß Proston, Mr and Mrs Hemery, Mt Farlsmis and wife, Mr Neuinogen, Mr B. Jackson, Mr F. Clutsam.
SHIPPING., Issue 8046, 24 October 1889
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