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SHIPPING., Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
HIGH WATER. To-morrow. Taiar.i* Head : 319 \.ip. , p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.50 a.m., 4.15 p.ra Dunedin : 4.44 a.m., 4.50 p.m. » PORT CHALMERS. ARRTVED.-October. 10. Waimate, s.s., 5,115.? tons, Jacsard, from Timaru. Taranaki, ship, 1.059 tons, Evans, from Glasgow (June 30). Napier, s.s.. 48 tons, Matheson, from the South. Westralia, s.s., 1,504 tons, Bull, from Sydn-y via the East Coast. Passengers: Misses S. Upton, G. Hewitt, D. Hewitt, A. Lindsav, Hunt. Levoi, Milne, Hobbs, Nevill, Redpath. Bland, Doughs, Messrs Houghton, H. Foster. W. Pittar. E. Ogle H. W. Swindloy, W. Butters, A. W. Clements, Blythe, J. Mackay, Moss, Blythe, Lubecki, Goffs, Lonagan, Rosman, Broad, Rosman, E. Renfrew, Meadames Platow, Black, Carroll, H. J. Jones, Home. Maitland, Tullock, Henderson, Captain and Mrs Davidson ; thirty-five steerage. SATT/ED.—October 10. Corinna, s.s., 820 tons, Newton, tor the We it Coat, October 11. Napier, b.s., 48 tons, Matheson, for Owaka, Mr Williams succeeds Captain Brewer as fnt mate of the Takapuna, and his place in tho Corinna la filled by Mr S. Stringer, late of the Omapere. Mr Fred Cramond. of the Auckland staff, has been appointed the Union Company's representative at the Tahltian Group, with his headquarters at Papeete • TV Waimate arrived yesterday afternoon. She left Timaru at 8 p.m. on Saturday. Direct telephonic communication has been «js. tab!i?hed between Dunedin nnd Port Chalmers at the harbor-master's offices. During the week ended October 10 the following 'vessels'had been at the Dunedin wharves:— Arrivals : Ben Nevis 1.061 tons, Gio Batta Beverino 1,157, Herald 356, Napier 4S (twice), Auriga 518, Rotorna 57C, Corinna 820, Rotokino 1,304, Westralia 1.504 ; total, 7.392 tons. Departures : Waikare 1.9(51 tons, Maud Graham 80, Wakatipu 1.258, Waihora 1,269, Invercargill 123. Napier 48, Rotorua 576, Coriuna 820; total, 6,135 tons.
The Westralia, from Sydney via the East Coast ports, arrived at Port Chalmers yesterday afternoon, and steamed up to Dunedin, where she arrived at 4 p.m. She loft Sydney on the 29th lilt, and Auckland on the sth inst.
The Napier, from Biverton via the Bluff, brings 20,000 ft timber from Waikawa. Captain Mathiosnn reports meeting the schooner Maud Graham on Friday afternoon between Uiverton and the Bluff. The Napier left Dunedin again this afternoon, for Owake.
The Rotokino will load 2,000 tons of Coalbronkdade coal at Westport next week for Sydney for the use of Her Majesty's ships on the Australian station. The fact that Westport cpal is taken to Australia for thus purpose is a high tribute to its quality as a steam coal.
The ship Soukar. having been cleaned and painted, is anchored in the stream to compete preparations for sailing for Gisborne to load for a Home port. The Waimate took on board a number of circasses of frozen mutton, besides crates of frozen rabbits, this forenoon.
THE DIRECT STEAMEBS. The following are passengers by the lonic, to leave London on November 6 for Wellington, in addition to those already published:—Captain H. Anderson, Miss Anderson, Mr M. Arnott, Miss F. Buckley, Miss Dingle, Mr and Mrs G. F. Gee, Masters Gee (2\ Miss B. Reynolds, Mrs Smalley, Miss Smith, Mr J. Angus, Mr T. Beresford, Mr Edward Chambers. Mrs and Miss Chambers, Miss Kate Dee. Mrs Golding, Mr B. Gothorp, Miss Jane Hay, Mr J. Layton, Mr Joseph Laskey, Mr Alex. Martin, Miss Ellen Marren, Mr L. Speak. Mrs aud M'ss Taylor, Mr J White. Miss L. White, Mr Thomas Woodley, Mr W. Zwies. ARRIVAL OF THE TARANAKI. The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company's Bne ship Taranaki, from Glasgow, brings 1,550 tons of cargo, of which 1.203 are for Dunedin and the remainder for Wellington. The Taraniki's passage occupied 101 days from anchor to anchor—not so bad. considering that she has had a preponderance of light winds throughout. Captain Evans reports speaking on August 14 the barque Dunloe, of Liverpool, from that pirt to Callao: and on October 8, in latitude 47dcg S., longitude 164deg E., the four-masted barque Glenorchv, of Liverpool, from Spencer Gulf for Rotterdam, desiring to be reported "all well." TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—October 10 : Lyttelton, 6.45 p.m., Kahu, from Chatham Islands.—Oamaru, late, Corinna, from Dunedin.—October 11: Auckland, 1 a.m., Tarawera, from Sydney, with Brindisi mail. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, October 11.—Midnight, Tarawera, from Sydney. Passengers for Dunedin: Mrs MacDonald, MissGritzen, Mrßenwick, Rev. Mr Macdonald ; five in the steerage. Sydney, October 11.—Sterling, steam tug, for Kaipara.—Mariposa and Anglian, from New Zealand. Wellington, October 11.—The steamer Fanny, bound from Napier to Lyttelton, put in here today through stress of weather.
SHIPPING., Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
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