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SHIPPING, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889
Port Chalmers. ARRlVED.—October 31. Rosamond, s.s, 556 tone, Stuart, from the West Coast via Lyttelton. Passeigers: Two in the staer.' gc. Rotorua, r.b., 576 tons, Neville, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate porta. Passengers: Mesdamcs Dowliog, Metz, Westmacott, Paterson, Misses Granger, Farquhar, Murphy, Sinclair, Paterson, Messrs Bush, Boyes, Hawkins, Wilde, Young, Coombes, Marsh, Heeles, Gatzambide, Fernandez, Masters Bush and Orr; five in the steerage. BAlLED.—October 31. Hinemoa, 0.G.5., 131 tons, Faircbild, for Lyttelton and Wellington. The Rotorua, from Nelson via Akaroa and intermediate ports, arrived at 11 a.m to day, and after easing steam off the Pot passed up to Dunedin. She left Nelson at 11.30 a.m. on the 29th ult., called at Picton same day, and reached Wellington at 1 a.m. on the 30th; left again at 3.30 p.m. same day, arrived at Lyttelton at 7 a.m. on the 31st, sailed again at 3.30 pin., called at Akaroa at 7.30 p.m , and left again at 8 p.m. s*mo day, arriving as above, having experienced moderate weather throughout-.
The Mahinapua steamed up to Dunedin this forenoon to take in cargo for Westport via Timarn and intermediate portx. The Rosamond, from the West Coast, arrived at the Victoria wharf at 7.30 p.m. yesterday. She left Greymouth at 8.30 a.m. on the 23rd ult.; passed Cape Farewell at 1.65 p.m. next day ; breaßted Stephen Island at 9.40 p.m., and arrived at Wellington at 6 a.m. on the 26th ult.; left again at 5 p. m. on the 26th; passed Cape Campbell at 9.45 p.m., and ariived at Lyttelton at 2 p.m. on the 27th ult.; left again at 8.30 p.m. on the 30th ult.; passed Akaroa at 0.45 a.m. on the 31st; entered Taiaroa Heads at 5.51 p.m., and reached the wharf bb above, fcbe had fine weather throughout the passage. The chip Morning Light has completed the discharge of her Dunedin cargo, which has turned out splendidly. The brigantine Camille is expected to be clear ot cargo by to-morrow evening. After ba 1 lasting, she returns to Kaipara. The steamers Brunner and Beautiful Star took in cargo at tho Rattray street wharf to-day. They both sail at 10 p.m. for Oamaru. The ship Jessie Readman is putting out cargo rapidly at the oross wharf. It is turning out in very fine order. MOVEMENTS OF THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY'S FLEET. Friday, November 1. Bum'.—Botomahana arrived 8 a.m. from Dunedin; sailed 4 p.m. for Hobart. Lyttelton.—Pensrain arrived 6 a.m. from Wellington; sails 10 p.m. for Wellington.— Omapere sails 6 p.m. for Westport. Wellington.—Mawhera arrived 12.30 p.m. from Greymouth.—Tarawera arrived 1 p.m. from Lyttelton ; sails 7 p.m. for Napier. Naher. Ohau arrived 5.30 a.m. from Lyttelton ; sailed 4 p.m. forGisborno. Gisborne.—Mararoa arrived 2 p.m. from Auckland ; sails 7 p.m. for Napier. Greymooth—Herald sailed 4 p.m. for Lytto'ton. Nblson.—Tadapuna arrived 10 a.m. from Wellington; sailed 3 p.m. for New Plymouth. TUB DIRECT STEAMERS.
The Ruapehu sailed from Wellington last I night for London via Bio. Passengers: Saloon J —Muses Kwarmaid, Bailey, and A, M, Hufohhv#
son, Mosdarncß Bailoy, P. Bissitt and boy, Wlntham, B. Lawrence and two children, V. Gibelett and child, Messrs J. Clayton, J. Engel, J. Nathan, J. Brown, M. Graham, H. Kingsford, and T, Whetham. Steerage—Misses Edwards (2) and Moon, Mesdames Smith, Stevens, Yates, 0. Froggatt and boy, Messrs T. Beck, A. Buchan, D. Dawkeß, T. Dowell, J. Edwards, D. Findlay, W. Foster, G. Henry, F. Mitchell, J. Riley, A. Rogers, W. Seymour, J. Southall, W. Steven'', J. Verroner, Bristor, W. Woodward, and W. Yates. The Rimutaka will take up the running of the R.M.S. Coptic, which went ashore on the Brazilian coast. Shipping Telegrams. Auckland, Oct.ber 31,—Corea, from Raratonga.—Mararoa, for the South, Pa«songers for Dunedin: Mr and Mrs Whitson, Mesws C. Morley, Jameson and child; thirteen in the fteeragc. Wkllngton,October3l.—Penguin, forLyttelton. Passengers: Mesdames Driscoll, Hennins, Lohr, Rev. Pascoe, Messrs Lohr, Beale, Burnett, Purdie, Turner, Whitcombe, Peckover, Ifowloy, Jeffries, Lonsdale, Nicholson; and six in the steerage.—Jubilie, for Sjdaey. Passengers : Mr Brown, and eight steerage.— Waihora, for Sydney. Passengers: Misses Allen, Marriott, Parkison, Collins, Eycton (2), Mfsdamea Kycton, Foster, Duncin, Holland and three children, Sampson, Marriott, Goodman, Price, Messrs Ball (2), Duncan, Holland, Redwocd, Haybittle, Crease, Goodman, Martin, Sademn, Robinson, Blaok, Cuthiie, Ambrose, Sampson ; and thirty steerage, Lyttelton, October 31.—Tarawera, for the North.— Kotorua, for Eincdin. Passengers: Messrs Young, Heeks; and two steerage, Mklboiiknb, October 31,—Wairarapa, from the Bluff. Tijiaru, November 1. Briar Holme, for London, with 11,170 sacks of wheat, 151 casls of tallow and pelts.
SHIPPING, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889
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