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SHIPPING NEWS, New Zealand Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 6128, 7 February 1907
PHASES OF THE MOON. FEBRUARY.
Sun rises, 5.2 a.in.; sets. 7.7 p.m. Moon sets, 1.52 p.m Uigli water, 11.25 a.m.i H-oi p.m. ARRIVED. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. • Mulieno, s.s. (11.511 p.m. Tuesday), .ons, Neville, from Sydney. Fusseugurs -Saloon: Misses Dobson. Greenish (3). ■Valkov, Ayres, Turner, Monksnrat, DKnrnside, Richards, Russell, Nay. Curas Varuham, Thomas, Harris, AndcrLawson, Johnson. Tulbot, Putman. Maltbv, Mesdamos Greenish, hisher, tLurpnv, Clclaud, Pack, Chirnside, West. Campbell and child. Nay, Silvester, r'iremoro. Anderson, Cotter, Ansell and child, Dc Costa. Walker, Ajax and child, Wright, Messrs Pont, Jones, Hill (2). Holmes, Chirnside, Carlson, Best, Copland, Campbell, Wockncr, W alkey, 1 atersou, X’utersou, Henry, Richards, Thompson, Hedge, Neill, Cotter, Curr, Petcrkin, Ansell; 02 steerage. Tnkapuna, s.s. (3.20 a.m.), 1036 tons, b. Holford, from Onehunga and J\ew 11} mouth. Passengers Saloon: Misses Gaynoiv Hill, Stitchbury, Williams W, Mesdames Salmon, Dawson and -j cnildren, Cowell, Watson, Puddle, -Martin, nowsc, Stitchbury, Palmer, Captain Dawson, Messrs Baldwin, Dates, c /arvou, Kobertson, Nordstrom, Watson, Gibbons, Smith (2), Dayley; 10 steerage. Waverlcy,' s.s. (5.20 a.m.), 157 tons, Wildman, from Picton. Cpawfi, s.s. (0.15 a.m.), 110 tons, bhaw, from Blenheim. - 4 , Mararoa, s.s. (6.50 a.m.), 2508 tons, Manning, from Lyttelton. Passengers—--45-i excursionists. Puteena, s.s. (7.50 a.m.), 1212 tons, Stewart, from Lyttelton. Passengers—sl excursionists. Corinnu, s.s. (8.20 a.m.,) 12:1 tons, Pender, from Southern ports, Waipori, s.s. (4.40 p.m.), 1019 tons, Lacey, from Westport. Aorore, s.s. (5.5 U p.m.), 77 tons, Pisk, from Paten. Lizzie Taylor, ketch (6,45 p.m.), 77 tons, Peterson, from Timnru. ■ ’ Arnlmra, s.s. (10.30 p.m.), 1596 tons, Lambert, from Greymouth. Westport and Nelson. Passengers—lßl excursionists. SAILED. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. Penguin, s.s. (1.10 p.m.), 824 tons. Hunter, for Picton and Nelson. , Passengers —3O excursionists. Urari, s.s. (2.10 p.m.), 7207 tons. Porsdiok, for London. Passenger—Dr J. Miller. . Msweatry. Grange, s.s.' (3.50 p.m.), 6591 tons, Taylor, for Lyttelton. Tukapuna, s.s. (7.10 p.m.), 1038 tons, S. Holford, for Now Plymouth and Onehunga. Passengers Opawa, s.s. (5.20, p.m.), 110 tons, Shaw, for Blenheim., Waverley, s.s. (5.50 p.m.), 157 tons, Wildman, for Nelson and West Coast. Toroa, is.s. (5.15 p.m,), 3SS tons, Peterson, for Kapler and Gisborne. Tavinui, s.s. (7.40 p.m.), 1465 tons, Lindsay. for Westport. Mararoa, s.s. (3.30 p.m.), 2598 tons. Manning. lior Lyttelton. Passengers—34o excursionists. Puteena, s.s. (8.45 p.m.), 1212 tons, Stewart, for .Lyttelton. Passengers—6o excursionists. Mana. s.s. (9 p.m.), 134 tone, Corby, for Patca. Stormbird, s.s. (9 p.m.), 217 tons, Mclntyre, for Wanganui. Manaroa, s.s. (10 p.m.), 122 tons, Allman, l or Motueka and bays. BY TELEGRAPH. FREMANTLE. 'Wednesday. Arrived —Marmora, from London. The New Zealand passengers are;—Messrs Kenway, Mrs Westmacott, Dr Leatham, Rev. Walker. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Arrived—Riveriha (11 p.m., Tuesday), from Wellington. CAPE MARIA, Wednesday. Queen Amelie (11.50 a.m.). passed oast. IIOKIANGA, Wednesday. Arrived—Njord, barque, from Sydney. , Sailed—Zingara, three-masted scow, for Onehnnga; Hae,re, scow, lor Wellington. AUCKLAND. Wednesday. Arrived —Sonoma, from Sydney; Lmpreza, barque, from Newcastle. Sailed—Hauroto, for' Islands, and Sydney. , ONEHUNGA, Wednesday. Arrived—Rotoiti (9.20 a.m.), from Now Plymouth. NEW PLYMOUTH, Wednesday. Arrived—Earawa (5 a.m.), from Oneliunga. - Sailed—Rarawa (8.45 p.m.), for Onelumga (connected). PATE A, Wednesday. Arrived—Kiripaka (1.50 p.m.), from Wellington. WANGANUI, Wednesday. Sailed—Star of Australia (6.50 p.m.), for Wellington. : EAST CAPE. Wednesday. Manuka (11.20 a.m.), passed south. NAPIER, Wednesday. Arrived—Tokomaru (7.30 a.m.), 'from Gisborne. , BLENHEIM. 1 Wednesday. : Arrived—Blenheim (1.30 a.m.) and Waibi (1.30 p.m.), from Wellington. ■ PICTON, Wednesday. Arrived—Wainui (5 a.m.) and Penguin (5.40 p.m.), from Wellington. : Sailed—Peugtiiu (0.40 p.m.), for Nelson; Wainui (6.40 p.m.), for Wellington. , NELSON, Wednesday. Arrived—Tasman (8.15 a.m.), from Wellington ; Mapourika (11.15 aim.), from Picton. • Sailed—Mapourika. for Westport. , WESTPORT, Wednesday. Arrived—Kiui • (12.50 a.m.), from Wellington/ GREYMOUTH, Wednesday. Arrived Petouo (4.50 a.m.), from Wellington. - Sailed Pareora (2.4 S a.m.) and Taien (3.20 a.m.), for Wellington. LYTTELTON, Wednesday. Arrived Talune (9 a.m.), Eotomahana (9.20 a.m.), and Te Anau (9.35 a.m.), from Wellington; Cygnot, from Akaroa; Wakatu, from Kaikotira. Sailed Victoria (6.50 p.m.), for Sydney, via North. Passengers for Wellington Misses Alloo, Desborough, Sneesby, Houghton, Brown) .Dimaut, Mesdames Barter and child, J. Quane and child, Desborough, Maxwell, Andrews, Stanton and 2 children. Brown, Captain Meiklcham, , Dr Valentine, Messrs J. R. Barter, J. Quane, Brown, Maxwell, S. C. Barron, Barnett, Brandstater, McCulloch, Masters Valentine, Edmonds, and 81 return excursionists. Sailed Eotomahana and Te Anau (6.30 p.m.), for Wellington; Talune, for Dunedin; Storm, for Timaru; Kotuku, for Westport. , DUNEDIN, Wednesday, i Arrived telton. Sailed Monowai, for Sydney, via Lyttelton and Wellington. Passengers for Wellington Misses Moore, Gill, Butterfield, Maloney, Mesdames Paterson and 3 children, Martin, Nowey, McKenzie and son, Stevens and child, Messrs Scott and Paterson. Sailed Herekino; Indraiema, for Bluff; Monowai, for Sydney. BLUFF, Wednesday. Sailed Wanaka, for Oamarn. The agents for the North German Lloyd Company, Messrs Castendyk and I'oeke, advise that the steamer Bremen arrived at Fremantle two days ahead of schedule time. The pasccngeiK for New Zealand comprise—Mr A. L. liueeell and family (5), Mrs and Miss Mee, Graf Henrich zu Rantzan Oppeudorf, Mrs Tomson. Miss T. Brownlee, Miss Bouohe. The Shaw, Savill and Albion Company’s steamer Kumara is to sail from Wellington at 4 p.m. to-day for Lyttelton with balance of cargo from London. The New Zealand Shipping Company s chartered steamer Kent is to sail Horn Sydney .to-morrow - for Auckland to commence loading for London. The vessel
will proceed from Auckland to Waitara, and thence to Wellington, where she is due about (ho 251 h instant; Tlie New Zealand Shipping Company's steamer iviimitaka is due at Wellington to-morrow morning from Lyttelton to complete her cargo for London. The vessel is to sail from Wellington next Thursday for London. The Tnviuni, which left Wellington last evening for Westport, is duo back on Saturday with a cargo of coal. The Taieru due to-day from Greymouth, is bringing a cargo of coal and timber’, part of which will be discharged, after which the vessel will proceed on to Lyttelton to-night. The colliers, Pukuki and Kini arc to sail from Westport to-day, the former at: 3 a.m. and the latter at 3 p.m. for Wellington, About o’clock yesterday afternoon the Union Company's steamer Pateena, whilst berthing at No. 4, Queen’s Wharf, ran into the main body of tiro wharf and carried away several stringers. Tiro vessel suffered no damage. The Pateena had completed loading transhipments ox Irish Monarch at the Taranaki street wharf, and was changing to her berth at tho Queen's Wharf when tho en* ginc.s refused to go '*slow astern.’’ Tho Hnddart-Parlcer liner Kivcrino on her last trip from Melbourne made a call at Milford Sound, and it has now been decided that tho vessel will also call at Milford Sound on her next trip to Melbourne, leaving here on tho 14th inst. MAH33NO, PKOM SYDNEY. The Union Company’s steamer Maheno fc from Sydney direct, berthed yesterday morning at No. 1 north. Queen's Wharf. Tho vessel, which arrived in the stream, at 11.50 o’clock on tho previous evening, accomplished the passage from Sydney in 3 days 9 hours. The Mahcno sailed, from Sydney at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday, cleared the heads at 2.20 p.m., had CapeFarewell abeam at 3.50 p.m. on Tuesday,, and rounded Stephen Island at 6.15 p.m. Light oast to north-easterly winds and smooth seas were experienced throughout the passage. The cargo for Wellington comprises:—3oo ingots tin, 2U bars lead, 216 cases salmon, 235 bags hour, 132 cheets, 187 half-chest© tea, 250 cases merchandise, 307 pieces timber, 120 bag*? sugar, 140 sacks pollard, 30 sacks maixe, 323 sleepers, 150 bags tapioca, GO poles, 30 'bags seed, 40 cases hock, 30 cases claret, 15 wises wine, 27 bundles rattans, 10 packages ginger, 46 cases sultanas, 14 cases raisins, 75 cases rubber boots and shoes. 10 cases potash, 71 crates empty bottles, 9 cases sewing machines, 43 crates melons, 20 wheels, 12 coils rope, 21 pieced iron bark, 22 kegs 1 cream of tartar, quantity pig iron, 21 steel girders, 9 pigs lead, 10 barrels oil, 185 oases, 496 naifcases, 146 quarter cases, and 110 threo-’ quarter cases fruit and sundries.
T>. H. M. Last Quarter ... ... 6 0 22 p.m. New Moon ... 13 5 13 a.m. i.’irst Quarter ... 20 4 5 p.m. Pull Moon ... 2S 5 53 p.m.
SHIPPING NEWS, New Zealand Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 6128, 7 February 1907
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