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SHIPPING., Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
HIGH WATER. To-morrow,— Talaroa p.m. P"’t Chaßiiera: 11.51 a.m., 0.31 p.m. Dunedin: 0.36 a.m., 1.19 p.m. PORT CHALMERS. ARRlVED.— October 5. Herald, s.s., 356 tons, Coulson, from Greymouth, SAlLED.— October 5. Invercarfrill, s.a., 136. tons, Sundstrum. for Invercargill. Wakatipu, s.s., 1,258 tons. Spinks, for Melfor Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. Passengers : Misses M'Donald, Elson, Moorhous*, Mesdames Way, M'Donald, J. Duncan, S. Sraytb, A. B. Bastings, Skitch, Hill, Mercer, Messrs Sander, Wills. F. A. Hancock, S. M. Martin, A H. Scoullar, Corbett, J. Duncan, Nachbar j and eleven in the steerage. Waihora, s.s., 1,265 tons, Neville, for Sydney via the East Coast ports. Passengers; Misses Brocket, J. Woodside, Wignall, Cooper, Mesdames Phillips, Vickers, Levy, Stevens and child, M'Farlane, Messrs A. Moore, W. Hvland, G. Calder, M'Phee, W. F. Bonner, D. Gillies M'Farlane, D. Caldwell, Boden, P. Duncan, R Martin ; and seventeen in the steerage. Grasmere, barque, 1,157 tons, Fletcher, for Napier. The Invercargill left the Dunedin wharf this afternoon for Invercargill. The barque Ben Nevis is discharging cargo at the lower wharf. Ihe Waihora left Port Chalmers this afternoon for Sydney via the East Coast ports. The Wakatipu left Port Chalmers this afternoon for Melbourne via the Bluff and Hobart. The Hauroto was floated out of the graving dock this morning, and sails this evening for Oamaru. The Grasmere was towed clear of the Heads this morning by the Plucky, and sailed for Napier, where she loads for a Home port. The Italian barque Gio Batta Beverino, which arrived yesterday, is a fine-looking iron vessel of I, tons register, and comes consigned to Messrs Bates, Sise, and Co. Her cargo for this port consists of some 1,059 tons, having discharged 950 tons at Lyttelton. She left New York on May 4, arrived at Lytfelton on September 9, and left there on Saturday. She is landing cargo at the Rattray street wharf. The Herald left Greymouth at 5.15 p.m. on the 2nd inst.; had variable winds and weather during the passage, and reached Dunedin wharf at 1.45 p.m. to-day. The ship Souknr was floated into the graving dock for cleaning and painting. U.S.S. COMPANY’S SPECIAL CARGO SERVICE. The Hauroto will load at Oamaru to-morrow (Wednesday), Timaru on Thursday, and Lyttelton on Friday for Auckland. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY’S FLEET. Tuesday. October 5. Lyttelton. —Waikare arrived 7 a.m. from Port Chalmers.—Omapere arrived 8 a.m. from Timaru ; sailed 2 p.m. for Wellington.—To Anan arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington ; returns 10 p.m. Westport.— Wainui sailed 5 a.m. for Wellington. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.— October 5 : Lyttelton, 7.10 a.m., Waikare, from Port Chalmers; noon, ship Pleiades, from London.
Wellington, October 4.—A heavy northerly gale has seriously interfered with coastal shipping movements. —Te Anau, for Lyttelton. Passengers; Misses Tripp, Barclay. Dutton, Hill (2), Mesdames Triggs, Smith. Bank, Messrs Willoughby, Robertson (2), Tucker, Rooney, Crow, Lyons, Barton, Manson, M'Ewan, M'Lean (2), Stronach, Rodney, Paine, Maitland, Soltau, Whittle,_ Lipscombe, Williams, Midland, Triggs, MTlwraith, Hall; and nineteen steerage. Auckland, October 4. Hinemoa, Government steamer, from Kaipara.—The Takapuna was to have left this afternoon for the South with the following passengers, but was detained until the morning owing to a strong westerly gale:—Misses Ryan. Hayman, Mesdames Douglas, Solomon, C. A. Brown, Westenra, Bull, Blundell, Hayman, Messrs Ballance. Jones. J. P. Lawson, Howe, M'Gowan, M.H.R., 0. Wills, Motrisey, Pollock, White, Sproulcy, Madder) Chapman, Cooper, Creunegt, Sorenson, Ferguson, Meek, Adams, W. Phillips, Hutchinson, Carey, Dawson. Blundell, Eichelbaum. Havinan, Kilgour, Franklin, Major-general Hogg; and twenty steerage.—Westmlja. for the South. Passengers; Misses Lennox, Pearce. Watson. Ifwersen. Steele, Grey, MTlwraith, Neville, Upton, Mesdames M'Rae, Cuff, Chapman and three children, Fraser, Roberts. Messrs Pearce, Chapman. Bartholomew) Taine, Leighton, Earle, Bell, M‘Rae, Roberts, Shanks, Swindler, Ogle, Butters, Foster, Pittar, Luckie, Revs. Burgess and Roche. HontßT, October 5. Matnuru, from London. The Premier of Queensland and his family are passengers.
Lyttelton, October s.—Waikare, from Dunedin.
SHIPPING., Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
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