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SHIPPING., Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
PORT CHALMERS ARRlVED.—October is. Talune, s.s., 1,304 tons. Phillips, from Melbourne via Hobart and the Bluff. Passengers: Miss Hackerhy, Mesdames Drummond, Park and infant, Roberts, Rev. Mr Brown, Messrs Jenkins, Drummond, Jamieson, Marks, Ziele, "Walker, Boddington; and sixteen steerage. Omapere, s.s., 352 tone, "WalL from the West Coast.
Rotorua, s.s.. 576 tops, Manning from Wellington and Lytteltox. Passengers: Mioses Cooper, White,.; Thompson, ' Hogg, -Harlow, Cunningham, Kearny, Mesdames Brenohly,, M'Kay, Spence. M'Brearty, Graham and two boys, Messrs Hill, Young, Hooper, M'Brearty, Christie, Shaw, Westward,' Plimmer, '■TU'etaipV Kooney, Clarke, Brown, Malcolm, Gibbs, ,L>r M'Brearty, Captain Cogan,; and twenty steerage. SAILBD.-OciODER li Sdukar, ship, 1,304 tons, Aines, for Gisborn'e. ' , October 14; Talune, s.s., 1,304 tons, Rolls, for Sydney via Cook Strait. Passengers : Misses' Williams, Cargill, Buller, J. Lawson, Cormick, Bremner; Newton, Wall, Blundell, J. Ro3s. Mesdames Tulloch, Kemp, W. Brown, Sllgo, Rose, Tony, North, Williams, Messrs Walker, Jamieson, W. F. Sligo, H. Brookman, Williams (2), J. L. Thomson, Calvert (2); twenty-one steerage. Oamaru, ship, 1,306 tons, Fullarton, for Portland, Oregon. On Monday over 5,000 tons of cargo were landed at the Auckland wharves. „ Th e Talone, from Melbourne via. Hobart and the Bluff, arrived at the tongue wharf at 5 a.m. yesterday. She left the wharf at Melbourne at 4.45 p.m. on the 6th iust. The ship Soukar left Port Chalmers yesterday afternoon for Gisborne, where she will load for a Home port, , ' The barque Beechwood was reported passing Cape Saunders at 11.40 a.m. vesterday. She is bound for Lytteltnn, from New York, and left that port on Jure 10. > The ship Tarauaki, having discharged her combustibles, was towed to Dunedin this morning to discharge. The ship Taranaki will discharge at the Victoria wharf. Bills of lading must be presented to the agents (N.M. and A. Company). . .-.,. , The ship Oamaru was towed out thiß afternoon and sailed for Portland, Oregon. THE DIRECT' STEAMERS. shaft at Rio de Janeiro, and is expected to resume her homeward journey early next month. Hobart. October 13.-lonic, from London. She sails for Wellington at six o'clock to-morrow morning. She brings 150 passengers for New Zealand and forty-five for Australian ports. I he Rimutaka, which sailed from Plymouth on September 18, and is due at Wellington about November 1, has the following passengers for Dunedin:-Saloo„-Mr H. W. Rolf, Mr and Mrs SV i\ xT r &-?, lr J -T. Amies, Miss M. T. White, Mr D M'Millan, Mr A. M'Arthur. Steerage-Mr and Mrs Hooper, Mr A. Nicoll, White family (5), j W r « % k ? | ■• Mrs J - aud Miss Walker, Mr and Mrs H. Fiddes. The Matatua sailed from London on October 6 for Port Chalmers and Lyttelton. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—October 13 : Auckland, 7.45 p m •ii ra , m , ayo ' from Sydney.-October 14: Invercareill,l.3o p.m., Invercargill, from Dunedin via Bluff.
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Auckland, October 12.—Hineraoa, from Greymouth.— Waihora. for Sydney.— TaTawera, for'tbe South.—October 13 : Indraniayo, from London via Sydney, with 1,811 tons of cargo for Auckland October 14 : Silver Cloud, barquentine, from NewWellincto.v, October 12.-Herald, from the South.—lakapuna, from Onehunga and Taranaki —Hinemoa, for Lyttelton via Oamaru. Rotorua for the South.—Monowai, from Sydney. On the 9th. at 5.30 a.m., she passed a four-masted barque with the foretopmast cone, standing west Passengers for Dunedin: Misses Moore (2), Allan (2) Gibson, Hegarty, Mesdames M'Donald, Eenn' Thomson. Hegarty, Wood, Gibson, Messrs Suttor' Rooke, Moore, Barry, Walker, Jordan, Bell Washburn, Pearson Wood, George Fenwick, .T. Rat--t r , ay i,9 :i ,?. taln c * ,bb: and ei £ ht steerage.—October 13: Wellington, ship,from Liverpool, 107davsout. -Corinna and Kahu, from Lyttelton—Te'Anau, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Misses Dunn. Allan (2), Ashwin, Hegarty (2), Mesdames Gibbs, Stocks, Macdonald, Ireeman, Tanner, Richardson Westenra, Thompson, Hon. E. C. Stevens, Captain Cradock, Rev. Mr Blakeston, Messrs Stead, Fenwick, Gibbs, Chisholm, Harris, Dobbie, Anderson Richardson, Percival, Miles; and thirteen steerage.
Lytteltox, October 13.-Westralia, for Wellington.—Rotorua, for Dunedin. „r N ,?- WCASTLE ' October 13. - Wethersfield, for Wellington.
Melisoukne, October 13.—Elizabeth Graham from Kaipara.—Mary Wadley, from the Thames. —wakatipu, from the Bluff.
Adelaide, October 13. -Annie Brown, for New Zealand.
Svdsev, October 13.—Anglian, for Auckland. Hoiurt, October 12.—Mataura, for Wellington Albany, October K—Victoria, from London. Passengers for New Zealand : Mrs and Miss Leary and Mr Perrie.
SHIPPING., Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
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