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SHIPPING., Issue 10428, 24 September 1897
PORT CHALMERS, ARRlVED.— September 23. Casablanca, barque, 569 tons, Cantley, from Lady Elliott Island via the Bluff. September 24. Taupo, 5.8., 408 tons, Lobb, from Westport. SAlLED.— September 24. Rotorua, s.s., 576 tons, Manning, for Lyttelton and Wellington. Passengers : Misses Clapcott, Smith, Ryan, Wood, M’Gillivray, Mesdames Pemberton and maid, Andrew, Smith, Laffey and three children, Harrison and family (4), Messrs Smith (2), Saxton, Lysnor, W. M. Quin, J. Thompson, W. Gulfie, C. C. Ross, W. Boag, J. RendalL W. Webster, J. Farra, Fletcher, Laffer, G. W, M’Donald, W. M’Donald, Major Pemberton ;.and seventeen in the steerage. Isabella Anderson, schooner, 79 tons, Laing, for Kaipara. Corinna, s.s., S3O tons, Newton, for the West Coast. Passengers: Mesdames N alder, Moyaahan and four children, Messrs A. Moodie, F. Herbert; and six in the steerage. The barque Casablanca, with part cargo of guano from Lady Elliott Island via the Bluff, arrived at Dunedin wharf at 6 p.m. yesterday. The Corinna left Dunedin wharf this afternoon for the West Coast via Timaru. The Rotorua left the Rattray street wharf this afternoon for Lyttelton and Wellington. The Monowai leaves Port Chalmers on Sunday R'terpoon for Sydney via Cook Strait. Thick rainy weather prevailed to-day, and very itJ? w l ? r * J was done amongst the shipping. The barque Onyx is getting on well with her loading, and is nearly ready for sea. . The Taupo left Westport at 5 p.m. on the 21st mSt. ; bad light winds with fine weather to Moeraki, which she passed at 6 p.m. on the 23rd, &nd tu6QC6 thick, dirty weather to arrival at Dunedin wharf at 9.30 a.m. to-day. A Press Association message states that the Aorangi left Vancouver on September 21 for Wellington. The schooner Isabella Anderson left Dunedin this afternoon with cargo for Kaipara. Sir Williams, second officer of the Monowai has been transferred to the position of first mate on the. Corinna, and his place has been filled by Mr 0. P. Wilson, late fourth officer on the Moana. Mr Stewart, of the Corinna, goes on to the Pukaki,; and Mr Farmar. who was the third officer on the Rotorua,-has been relieved by Mr Sinclair, late of the Mararoa.
MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET. Friday, September 24. Bluff.—Talune arrived 6 a.m. from Dunedin : sailed 3 p.m. for Hobart. Lyttelton.— Wannka sailed 3 p.m. for Sydney. —Piikaki sailed 5 p.m. for Port Chalmers. Wellington.— Dingadeo arrived 10 a.m. from Napier. Nrw Plymouth. Mahlnnpua sailed 10 a.m. for Wellington. . Auckland.— Flora sails 6 p.m. for Wellington. MOVEMENTS OF THE U.S.S, COMPANY'S FLEET FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 2. Sunday.— Monowai sails for Sydney via Cook Strait. Wednesday. —Omapere arrives from Greymouth via Coast. Thursday.— Rotorua arrives from Wellington and Lyttelton; Pukaki sails for Auckland via Bluff, Oamarn, and Timaru. Friday.— Rotorua sails for Lyttelton and Wellington ; Omapere sails for Greymouth via Coast. Saturday.— Waikare arrives from Melbourne via Hobart and Bluff; Wakatipu arrives from Sydney via Cook Strait.
THE DIRECT STEAMERS. , Wellington. September 24, The Tongariro left Monte v ideo on the 21st last. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals. September 24: Bluff, 6.30 a.m., Talune, from Port Chalmers.—Lyttelton, noon, Hawke’s Bay, from Wanganui. Departures.— September 22: Bluff, 3.30 p.m., Talune, for Hobart. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, September 23. Royal Tar, from Newcastle, with coal.—Flora, from Fiji.—Linda Weber, barqueutine, for Rarotonga.—Ovnlau, for the Islands and Sydney.— Fido, barque, for Kaipara (to load timber for Sydney).—Glenelg, for Opunake and Wanganui.—Ohau, for Greymouth, Westport, and Hokitika.— Mahinapua, for New Plymouth and Wellington. Passengers : Miss E. Williamson, Mesdames Lawn ahd two children, Skiffington, Smyth. Captain Weld, MessrsDowdie, Lrebert, Williamson, Marter, Smith, Kelly, Mathews.—Gairloch, for New Plymouth.—September 24: Glenshee, for London, with 426 bales of wool, 1,441 cases gum, and 200 tons of copra. Wellington, September 23 Richmond, from the West Coast, Nelson, and Picton.—Tarawera from the South.—Hesketh, for Greymouth.—Tarawera, for Sydney via East Coast and Auckland. Newcastle, September 24,-Onda, from Port Chalmers.
SHIPPING., Issue 10428, 24 September 1897
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