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SHIPPING., Issue 10427, 23 September 1897
' HIGH WATER. • To-morrow. Taiarn'*; Head : /(U7 «.ik., 112 p.m. Port Chalmers: 1.27 a.m., 1.52 p.m. Dunalio : 2.12 a.ai.. 2.37 p.m
AT THE HEADS. . Barque Casablanca, from the Bluff.'
PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.— September 23.’ Comma, s.s. t S3O tone, Newton, from the West Coast. - . September 23, “ Rotorua, s.s., 976 tons Manning,-from 7 Welling ton via Lyttelton. Passengers; Misses Larnach, 1 reideman, Mrs M'Keown, Messrs Campbell, Morrison, Dysnor, Soiider, Laird ; and four in the steerage. . SAlLED.— September 23. ' ,taluhe; s.s.', 1.314 tons,/ Ehillips, for Melbourne via the.Bluff and.’Hobart. ■' Passengers : Miss Gifford, Mrs Hewitson,-Captain ChaMield,Rev. W.. Hewi tsoD; ■ Messrs: Overton, Lewis, Bathgate, Fosjer,, H.: Bicknell, C. JVCook; and thirteen steerage,-. ,; :1 , , The flags at the Harbor Office and those of the" vessels at-the wharves were account of the death of Mr H, S. Pisb, M.HiK:, 5 a . former 1 member of the Harbor Board and' several' times Mayor Of Dunedin. - ■ • The Corihna,' from* the West Coast, arrivecVat* the Rattray street wharf-this,morning, :. '■ The Talune left .Dunedin, wharf this afternoonfor Melbourne via the Bluff anfl.Hobart. The barque Casabianca,,frora. the Bluff fpf this -port! pasSediheNuggets-yesterday l Afternoon.' - The-baique- Bronghtop; coal-laden from New-' castle tojLytteltQhj- passed Ithroggh?-the-Straits yesterday afternoon.
N ‘ It is. understood that Captain Downie (late of the COtinna) .has retired .from the Union Company's service to seek employment in Australia. A barque was reported yesterday afternoon off • the Nuggets. , , . '■The, Rot) min, from Wellingto’u via Lyttelton, arrived at 7.15 a/m. to-diiy) and steamed alongside the wjiarf under the sheer-legs to discharge a large KiinJ JShe left Wellington at 4.30 p m. on the 21st just., arrived at Lyttelton'-at 8 a.in. pn the 22nd, amUeft again at 1.30 p.m. same day. She experte'ncod fine weather. - ■ '•••’* "■ >■ v! The barque Woosung. from Surprise Island, was reported from the Heads this forenoon and ordered to proceed to the Bluff. ‘ MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLESL Thursday. Sfem»i£R 23. ■ ’ Nelson.— Wninui sailed 6 a.ni. for Greymouth'. —Takapuna sails (i p.m.,for Wellington. . Greymouth. —.Mahinapua' sailed .6 a.m. for Nelson, New Plymouth.— Omapere sails 7 p.m. for Greyrpouth. .. .i. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD, Arrivals. 22 : Oarnarn, 11.15 p.m,, Herald, from PortJ Chalmers.—September: 23: Lyttelton, 11 a.m., Aotea, for Wellington. ... .-Departures.— September 23: Lyttelton, 11.35 P.m,,.: Tarawem, for Wellington,—September. 23: Spit, 7 a.ni,, Brussels, for Portland, .Oregon,— . luyervargill; 9.30 a.'tn.,. Invercargill, for Timaru •via Cilac Bay/' . t . 1,, SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. , 'J a •AuckLixb, September 22.—Poherad, for-Fiji. Kaipara Heads, September 21. Cnthomi (barque), Defiance (brigantine), Sir John Franklin (barqnentine), and Elizabeth Price (barquentine), for Sydney.—Eliza Firth, brigantine, for Lyttelton/ Lilly, schooner, for Timaru. Aratapu, briggntine, for Wellington. ■ Wellington, September 22.—Takapuna, from Onehunga and Taranaki.—Omapere.Te Anau, and Hesketh, from the South.—Aotea, for the South. —Takapuna. for Nelson via Picton.—Wainui, for Nelson and 6reymouth.—Te Anau; for Lyttelton. Passengers : Misses Ross, Knight, Pringle, Reddi-' ford, Berkeley, Kebbel, Close, Mesdames Lewis and 'sister,. Sllaw, Henderson (2, and infant), Tomlinson, Alexander, Messrs Fitzgerald, Clark and Son, Murray, Parker, Tomlinson, Barge, Siev-. wright, Masters Reston, Anderson; and twentyfour steerage. - • Lyttelton; September 22.—Rotorua; for edin/Sydney, September 22.—Waihora, for Auckland.—September 23: Wakatipu, from Wellington. .
Newcastle, September 22. Rotokiuo, from Auckland. ,
SHIPPING., Issue 10427, 23 September 1897
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