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SHIPPING, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897
imin WAjJlit,. To-morrow. p.m. Pnrt Ohaln-p-i! : 1.30 a.m., 1.51 p.m. Dunedm : 2.1u a.tn., 2.37 p.m. PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED- October 7. liotorua, s.s.. 576 tons Manning, from Weihugton aud Lyttelton. Passengers: Messrs Naylor, Ihompson (2), Richmond, Venn, Budge, Bonner, Howell, Strang, Robertson, Gamble, M Donald ; and sixteen steerage. The barque Casa Blanca is taking in ballast. The Oamaru is expected to be clear of cargo tomorrow. The barques Ben Nevis and Gio Eatta Boverino ar a m ,, n 3 K°°d progress with their discharge. As the schooner Clansman, bound to Kaipara was leaving Wellington yesterday the wind sud(.n,.y, and the sea took the vessel across the yiulale of Barret lleef, where she hung for some four or fiyo minutes, and was ultimately carried to Chatter lassage. As the vessel was leaking Captain Cooper returned to port. The schooner "''•l Probably have to go on the patent slip. The Rotorua, from the North, arrived at Dunedin wharf at H. 15 a.m. to-day. .She left Wellington on the oth, and Lyttelton at 9.30 a.m. on the bth.
The London Shipping Gazette ’ gives the finding °‘ yy? Gonrt of Inquiry into the wreck of the P. and O. Company’s steamer Aden off the island of Socotra, near Aden, some months ago. Tire Court “spoke most highly of the discipline kept on board; the entire absence of panic on the part of the crew and passengers under the severely trying circumstances of a vessel striking in the night and the lights going out in a few- minutes." After paying tribute to the bravery of several of the officers and others, the Court concluded by saying it “ desired specially to niention with approbation the conduct ot the surviving Lascars and other Eastern sailors for keeping excellent discipline, and voluntarily remaining on the vessel until all the passengers and others had been taken off iu the boats of the Mayo.
MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Thursday, October 7. 11 Maru. —Hauroto sails (i p.m. for Lyttelton Dattelton. le Anau arrived 8 a.m. from Wellington ; returns 10 P.iu.-Rosatnond sailed 1 p m for Greymouthj. limaru. i W E , t I LINGT ?,?-T Waihora arr ' vp d 8.30 a.m. from Lyttelton. —Waikarc arrived 0.30 a.m. from Lyttelton.—Richmond arrived 11 a.m. from Nelson Westport. -Janet Nicoll sailed 7 a.m. for Lyttelton. Greymouth.— Kawatiri sailed 5 a.m. for Lyttelton. J TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. ARRIVALS.-October 7 : Now Plymouth, 6.50 a.ln., MaUmapua, from Onehuqga, with the inward risco mail; Southern portion left for Wellington by special train at 8.20 a.m.—lnvercargill 9 a.m., Invercargill, from Dunedin. ’ DEPARTURES.-October 7: Auckland, 2 a.m Mariposa, for Sydney.—October 7: Lyttelton, 12 30 p.m., Aotea, for AVellington.-3.45p.m., Rotokiuo, for Timaru. ’ THE DIRECT STEAMERS. The new White Star liner Delphic left Plymouth ou the 3rd mst. for Wellington and Lyttelton. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, October 6. —Jasper, barouentine, from Lady Elliott Island,—Mahinapua, this afternoon, from Onehunga, with the Southern portion of the irieco mails. Wellington, October 6. Omaperc and Te Anau, from the South.—Wainui, from Westport —Clansman, schooner, for .Kaipara (put back owing to an accident at the Heads).—Omaperc for Taranaki and Greymouth. -Wainui, for Pic’ton and Nelson.—Te Anau, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Misses Tripp, Hannay (4), Fischer, Mesdames Hannay, Bain and children, Gibb, Mercer Rev. Mr Gibb, Messrs Ross, Hannay, Whittall’ Piercer, Greenshields, Harris, Joachim, Hallem stein, Longmore, Matson; and ten steerage,
Lyttelton, October ti.-C.25 p.ra., Waihora for Wellington.—Waimato, s.s., torTimaru. Bluff, October ti.—Wakatipu, for Melbourne.
SHIPPING, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897
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