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SHIPPING., Issue 10451, 22 October 1897
PORT CHALMERS. ARRIVED.-October 22. Corinna, s.s„ 820 tons, Newton, from the West Coast. Passengers: Mr Luckiu ; one steerage SAILED.-October 22. Rotorua, s.s., 57fi tons, Manning, for Lyttelton and Wellington. Passengers: Mesdames Thornton, Wells, Wills, Dr Anderson, Messrs H. G. Gamble, A. H. Burton, W. H. Pearson, Bland Holt Company (52); thirteen sterage. The Rotorua left the Rattray street wharf this afternoon for Lyttelton and Wellington. The barque Gio Batta Beveriuo is to sail for Newcastle to-morrow. The barque Casa Blanca is taking in cargo at the Dunedin wharf for Auckland. The Waikare will arrive at Dunedin from Sydney via Cook Strait to-morrow. The Corinna, from the West Coast, arrived at Dunedin wharf at 11.40 a.m. to-day. She left Westport on the 17th inst.; called at Wellington, Lyttelton, and Timaru; had variable winds and weather and arrived as above. The Taupo was busy to-day discharging coal into the hulks at the Bowen pier. MOVEMENTS OF THE U.S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET FOR THE WEEK ENDING OCTOBER 30. Sunday.—Herald sails for Greymouth via Coast. - Monday.—Waikare sails for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart. Wednesday.—Omapere arrives from Greymouth via Coast. Thursday.—Rotorua arrives from Wellington and Lyttelton.—Wakatipu sails for Sydney via Cook Strait.—Omapere sails for Greymouth via Timaru. Friday.— Rotomahana sails for Lyttelton and Wellington. Saturday.—Talune arrives from Sydney via Cook Strait. MOVEMENTS OF UNION S.S. COMPANY'S FLEET. Friday, October 22. Lyttelton.—Waikare arrived noon from Wellington ; sails 9 p.m. for Dunedin. Wellington.—Takapuna arrived 9 a.m. from Picton. THE DIRECT STEAMERS. Monte Video, October 21.—TueJRuahine sailed yesterday. TELEGRAPH NOTICE BOARD. Arrivals.—October 22: Wellington, 8 a.m., Indramayo, from Auckland.—Lyttelton, 8.50 a.m., Tarawera, from Port Chalmers.—Port Chalmers, 10.20 a.m., Corinna, from Timaru.—Lyttelton, 11.33 a.m., Waikare, from Wellington. Departures.—October 22: Timaru, midnight, Corinna, for Dunedin.—Oamaru, 11 p.m., Herald, for Dunedin. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. Bluff, October 22.—Nairnshire, from Timaru. Albany, October 22.—Ormuz, from London. Passengers for New Zealand: Mr Levboard, Mesdames Treloar, Todd, and Gill, Miss Gill. Auckland, October 21.—Poherua, from Fiji. Wellington, October 21.—Waikare. for the South. Passengers: Misses Davidson, Campbell, Cree, Martin, Shadrach, Branson, Allan, Sawers (2), Julius (3), Horan, Adams, Davev, Grant, M'Nall, Williams, Graham. Tripe, King, Nedwell (2), Oliver, Hil), Moeller, Buchanan, Gurney, Cameron, Potter, Williamson and two children, Greiz. Quarterman, Junker, Mesdames L. Blundell, Hayhurst, Brown, Crawshaw. Strand, Keech, Hardley, Campbell and nurse, Howie and two children, Powes, Turton, Preston, Reeves. Quarterman, Graham, Hislop, Levin, Bean ana family, M'Neill, Payne, Hanson, Bing, Butler, Rodgers, Cohen, M'Gregor, Brown, Lamb and two children, Hon. 0. C. Bowen, Rev. Mr Dallas' ton, Captain Spence, Messrs.L. Blundell, Hayhurst, Brown, Atack, Woodroffe, Dawson, Watt, Miller, Wright, Knowles, Connell, Fulton, Inder, Morley, May, Dawe, Priestly, Keech, Gothard, Byng, Brock. Graham, Pavitt, Blackmore, M'Gregor, M'Millan, M'Nall, Davidson, Ferguson, Fleming, Bishop, Talbot, Lusk, Roderique, Walmsley, Masters Fulton, Cohert, Butler, Keech, Brock: thirty-seven steerage.—Mararoa, for Sydney via East Coast and Auckland.—October 22: Indramayo, from Auckland.—The Warrimoo, from Sydney, passed Cape Farewell at 1.40 p.m., and will reach here at midnight. Lyttelton, October 22.—Tarawera, from Dunedin.
SHIPPING., Issue 10451, 22 October 1897
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