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PORT CHALMERS., Issue 10425, 21 September 1897
ARRIVED.- September 21. Pareora, s.s., 370 tons, Christian, from the Bluff. HeraM. s.p., 350 tons, Coulson, from Greymoutn via the Bluff, SAlLED.—September 20. Napier, s.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Waikawa. . September 21. Invercartrill, a.s., 136 tons. Sundstrum, for Invercargill. Ruahine, R.TH.S., 6,127 tons, Bone, R.N.R., for London via the Bluff and Northern ports. Wauaka, s.s.. 2,442 tons. Smith, for Calcutta via Lyttelton, Sydney, and Townsville. Tarawera, s.s.. 1,261) tons, Richardson, for Sydney via East Coast ports. Passengers: Misses Castles, Guy, Cross* Paton, Johnston, Zachariaß, M'Ewan. Mewhinney, Clark v V. Allen, Rose, Reynolds, Treseder, Oughton, Cruickshank, liesdames Howatz?on and family (4), F. Allen, C. Findlay. Oughton, Peterson and three children, J. Daley, Walker, Morrison. Strachan, Messrs Morrison, Cross, Spragg (2), Kelly, J. M'Carol. J. R. Morris, C. J. Wood, W. M'Laren, D. H. Cameron, T. Treseder, F. 11. Wayne. Howatzsou, E. Sinie, Calder, Noss, W. Turnbull, J. A. Young, Rev. Father Maloney; seventeen steerage. The Invercargill left Dunedin wharf this afternoon for Invercargill. The Pareora, from the Bluff, arrived at Dunedin this afternoon, and took in cargo for Napier. The Tarawora was floated out of the graving dock this forenoon and left the George street pier this afternoon for Sydney via East Coast ports. The Wanaka took on board a quantity of horse feed, and after shipping sixteen horses left, the George street pier this afternoon for Calcutta via Lyttelton, Sydney, and Townsville. The Hauroto was floated into the graving dock this afternoon for cleaning and-painting! ~ ! . The R.M.S. Ruahine, for London via the Bluff and Northern ports, left the George street pier at 3 a.m. to-day with the following cargo from this port :—196 bales wool, 36 do sheepskins, 194 do rabbitskins, 2 do basils, 18 do cloth clippings, 4 do horsehair, 894 crates rabbits, 7,650 carcasses mutton, 313 cases meats, and 6 packages sundries. The Herald, from Greymouth via the Bluff, arrived alongside the Bowen pier at 6.40 a.nii today, and after, discharging 100 tons of coal she steamed up to Dunedin. She left Greymouth at 2.30 p.m. on the. 17th inst., called at the Bluff, and after discharging sixty tons of coal left again at 1 p.m. on the 20th, anchored outside the Heads until daylight this morning,: steaming up to the wharf as above. From Greymouth she had moderate weather to the Bluff, and thenee fine weather along the coast. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Tuesday, September 21. Bluff.—Monowai sailed 5 p.m. for Port Chalmers. . . ■ • . • Timaru.—Corinna sails midnight for Oamaru and Dunedin. LraßLTOff.—Omapere arrived 6 a.m. from Timaru; sailed 4'p.m. for Wellington.—Te Anau arrived 7 a.m. from Wellington; returns 10 p m. —Talune arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington; sailed i p.m. for Port Chalmers.—Kawatiri sailed 4 p.m. for Greymouth. ' Wellington.'—Wainui arrived 5 a.ni. from Nelson. ' Nelson.—Mawhera sailed 1 p.m. for Westnort. Westport. Orowaiti, Brunner, and Janet Nicoll sailed 5 arm, for Lyttelton.' TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—September 21: Lyttelton, 8. a.m., Talune, from Wellington." • Departures.—September 21 z. Port Chalmers, , 3.5 p.m., Invercargill, for Invercargill. SHLPPING;TELEGRAMS. Auckland, September 20.—Anglian, from Sydney. Passengerts for Pmtedin; Mr Sooyjar and
two steerage: Two stowaways were handed over to the police.—Takapuna, for New Plymouth and Wellingtoa.—Gairloch, for New Plymouth.— Westralia, for .Sydney.—September 21: Ocean Ranger, from Lyttelton.—Goldfinch, from Napier. —Neptune, barquentine, from Wallis Island.—To sail, at 3 p.m., Anglian, for the South. Passengers: Hisses Revell, Bur'n'side, Archer, Mrs M'Gowan, Messrs Dunsford, Rooney, Campbell, Simmons, and Belbridge. Kaipara , Heads. September 20. -Elizabeth Graham, barque, for Sydney.—Waitemata, barquentine, for Sydney, with sulphur ore. Wellington, September 20. —Te Anau, for Lyttelton.—Talune, for Melbourne via the South and Hobart. Passengers: Misses Holdßworth Garston> Bamfield (2), Brindler (2), M'Fadden, Hoby, Mesdames Peacock, Siddell, Wignall, Taylor, Kelly, Lawson, Littlejohn, Messrs Peacock, Siddell, Russell (2), Stuart, Grove, Hannah, Moir, Schartz, Lawson, Lascellcs, Littlejohn, Newey,' Hawthorn, Ross, Master Murray; and twenty-five steerage.—Mawhera, for Picton, Nelson, and the West Coast. Bluff, September and Pareora, for Dunedin.
PORT CHALMERS., Issue 10425, 21 September 1897
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