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Transcriptions from Otago Witness, Saturday
March 3rd 1883. Page 14
transcribed by Helen
Per Benan from London (November 25)-
Ansley Mr Brown Mr Carey Mr Gardner Mr Gillman Mr Hogan Mr Mallan Mr Peck Mr Rendle Mr and Mrs Staples Mr Tyson Mr
The s.s Suva, lately purchased by the Union Company for their Fiji trade, arrived at Port Chalmers at 3 a.m. yesterday. The Suva is an iron vessel, built in 1876, by Messrs Blackwood and Gordon. Her dimensions are as follows:- Length 149 ft; breadth of beam,21 ft 6 in; depth of hold, 11 ft 9 in. She is fitted with compound surface-condensing engines of 65-horse power nominal, the diameter of the low-pressure cylinder being 20 in, and that of the high-pressure 36 in, the length of stroke 24 in. She has a pressure of 60 lb of steam, while her consumption of coal is under six tons per diem.
The ship Nelson was towed to sea yesterday afternoon, and sailed for London, taking the following cargo:-
5043 bales wool £100,860 25 bales rabbitskins 575 28 bales sheepskins 560 18 bales leather 360 21 casks pelts 210 1605 bags grain 1,605 1679 bags flour 3,358 187 casks tallow 935 2 packages sundries 20 Total value £108,483 She also took 93 bags of antimony. The Nelson is in excellent trim. Saturday. Arrival. Per Waitaki from Timaru- Agnew Miss Cook Mr Johnson Mr M'Donald Miss Napier Mr Slater Mr Slater Mrs And 5 steerage Monday. Departures. Per Hawea for Lyttelton- Hamlin Miss Hawkins Miss Hawkins Mr Rhind Mr Per Hawea for Wellington- Lightburn Mrs Per Hawea for Nelson- De Beer Mr Ewart Miss Ewart Mrs Fenwick Mr Smith Mr R Per Hawea for New Plymouth- Binnie Mr M'Queen Mr Per Hawea for Manukau- Jewiss Mr Wearing Mr Woods Mr
The barque Kiandra has only 150 tons of her
cargo to put out. She proceeds from this port to Madras in ballast.
The barque Mennock has taken in 1100 bales wool, 48 casks tallow, 110 tons of scrap iron and 24 packages sundries.
The ship Westland has taken in 721 bales wool, 7 bales leather, 9 bales basils, 34 casks tallow, 9 casks pelts and 2900 sacks wheat.
The barque Queen of Cambria has discharged over 700 tons of railway plant.
Per Te Anau from Melbourne-
Clarkson Mr W A Deans Miss Deans Mr F Grey Mr J Hawkins Mr and Mrs and child M'Lean Mr S Morris Mr R H Smith Miss Smith Mrs Westwood Rev J Wheeler Miss Wheeler Mr and Mrs
Per Te Anau from the Coast-
Burton Mr Edwards Mr Huddlestone Mr Rowley Mr Williamson Mrs and 2 children
Per Wairarapa from Sydney- Acton Mr Allan Mr Ashworth Mr Bateman Miss Brown Mr Brownlie Miss Clap Mr Deacon Miss Dumbell Mrs Evatt Mr Gibson Mr Habens Mr Habens Mrs Hector Mr Ketbell Mrs Knox Mr Leslie Miss Logan Mr M'Kenzie Mr M'Millan Mr Moffatt Mr Moodie Mr Oakden Mr Palmer Miss Palmer Mr Pounds Mr Rendall Mr Sharp Mr Sharp Mrs Taylor Mrs Tepper Mr Watson Mr And 21 steerage
Transcriptions from Otago Witness Saturday March 10th 1883. Page 14
Per Te Anau for Lyttelton-
Cairns Mr Collinson Mrs Graves Mrs Pownes Mr Per Te Anau for Wellington- Bell Miss O'Niell Mrs Wilson Mr Per Te Anau for Nelson- Hackworth Mr Per Te Anau for Napier- Gilmore Mr Laing Miss Per Te Anau for Gisborne- Long Kin Per Te Anau for Auckland- Gale Mrs Lubecki Miss Wilson Mrs Per Te Anau for Sydney- Reid Miss White Miss Per Te Anau for Suva- Miller Mr S A Orr Mrs Per Wairarapa for the Bluff- Boyd Captain Tremaglia Signor and Signora Per Wairarapa for Melbourne- Ad?[h?n?]is Mr Agnew Mr Chataigreer Mr Clendennin Miss Clendennin Mrs Eastwood Mrs Hale Mr Jacobsen Mr Lu[b?]ecki Mr Melland Mr and Mrs Nolan Mr Thomson Miss Willcox Mr Wilson Mrs
Saloon: M'Cavee Mr Pernot Mr Steerage: Arthur Mrs and child Buchanan Mr Cargill Mrs and 2 children Carson Mr and Mrs and family (6) Coe Mr and Mrs Collick Mr Fossey Miss Horsey Mr Morris Mrs and child Piper Mr Rowley Miss Smith Mr Sneyd Mr and Mrs and family (4) Stewart Mr and Mrs
Friday. Arrivals. Per Penguin from the North- Brophy Mr Brown Mr and Mrs Percy Carmichael Mr Goodson Mr and Mrs Halliday Mr Hirsch Mr Irvine Dr Marks Mr Martin Miss Martin Mrs Nielson Mr Robertson Mr Sayer Mr Sparrow Mr and Mrs Taylor Master Taylor Mrs Tuesday. Arrival. Per Rotomahana from Melbourne- Boyd Mr Bradbury Mr Brisco Mr Clapperton Mr Cleveland Mr Clifford Mr D[o?a?]wning Miss Gray Mr G Grey Mr Hogg Mr Hutchison Master Hutchison Mrs M'Ginty Miss Macildouse Mrs Neill Dr Peacock Mr G Phillips Mrs Rignold Mr Rolston Miss Towsley Mr And 24 steerage Wednesday. Departures. Per Rotomahana for Lyttelton- Barnett Mrs Grindley Miss Irvine Dr Liggins Mrs Per Rotomahana for Wellington- Stephenson Mrs Trapp Mrs Per Rotomahana for Napier- Gav[i?]er Mr Per Rotomahana for Gisborne- Briggs Miss Browne Mr Per Rotomahana for Auckland- Brown Professor C[a?o?]llis Mr Murray Master (2) Murray Misses (2) Williams Mr Wednesday. Arrivals. Per Waitaki from Timaru- Carr Mrs Drummond Mr Marshall Mr O'Connell Miss Perkins Mr Stumbles Mr And 20 steerage Per Manapouri from the North- Brown Miss Bruce Miss Burns Mrs Cook Mr Cooke Miss Duthie Mr E[?]gar Mr F[?]inn Mr Flack Mr Fulton Miss Gibson Miss Gibson Mrs Lloyd Mr M'Grath Mr Mackillop Mr Mears Mr Orr Mr Patterson Mrs Patterson Rev. Mr West Mr Williams Miss Williams Mr And 20 steerage
Transcriptions Otago Witness Saturday March 17th 1883 Page 14 Friday. Departures. Per Wanaka for Akaroa- Thomson Miss Bella Per Wanaka for Picton- Muir Mr and Mrs Per Wanaka for Nelson- Fraser Mr Saturday. Departures. Per Hauroto for Lyttelton- Baker Mr W Ellis[d?]on Mr M'Fedries Mr Per Hauroto for Wellington- Keath Mr Newman Mr Wills Mr (2) Per Hauroto for Napier- Cohan Mrs Worthington Mr and Mrs Per Hauroto for Auckland- Hudson Mr West Mr J G Per Tairoa for Lyttelton- Bro_ks Mrs Byron Mrs Heylock Mrs Laing Mrs Moodie Mrs Reginald Mrs Warren Mrs Per Tairoa for Wellington- Chester Mr Coates Mr Per Tairoa for Sydney- Begg Mr Dundas Captain Halliday Mr Hirsch Mr Milne Mrs and family Milne Rev Mr Moffatt Mr Plise Mr and Mrs infant and servant Riley Mrs and family Riley Rev Mr Monday. Arrival. Per Wellington from Glasgow (December 9th)-
Saloon: Lochart Mr A And 377 Steerage Dr Parker medical officer in charge
The barque Queen of Cambria has discharged some 1100 tons of
her cargo. Work could not be carried on yesterday in consequence of the bad
The barque Mennock has taken in the following cargo:-
2520 bales wool, 13 bales sheepskins, 9 bales rabbitskins, 11 casks tallow, 81 pkgs sundries, 110 tons scrap iron.
The ship Westland has taken 2450 bales wool, 17 bales
rabbitskins, 5 bales sheepskins, 154 casks tallow, 9 casks pelts, 21 bales
leather, 29_9 sacks wheat, 8 bales glue pieces.
The ship Benan had about 800 tons of cargo left on board yesterday.
The ship Invercargill has discharged 800 tons of cargo, which is turning out in splendid order.
The barque Olive Thurlow has discharged 150 tons of cargo into lighters.
The ship Titania left on Saturday for the United Kingdom, close on the heels of the Centurion and the Dallam Tower. As all three are unusually smart vessels, and are sailed by masters each of whom has left with a determination to read the news of the other's arrival over his breakfast table in Cork, Falmouth, Queenstown or London in the morning papers, a fine ocean race is intended. It will be interesting to notice the result.- Christchurch Press. Tuesday. Bunting was displayed yesterday by the shipping in Dunedin on account of the marriage Captain K[e?a?]_an of the Rio Grande. Wednesday. Arrivals. Per Waitaki from Timaru- Austin Mrs Barb_r Mrs Cooper Miss Cooper Mrs Duthi_ Mr G_ab Miss Gillies Miss (2) M'Laren Mr Russell Mr Simpson Miss Urquhart Miss Urquhart Mrs And 10 steerage Per Arawata from Sydney via the North- Alexander Mr Alexander Mrs Beattie Mr Elliott Mr Gordon Mrs Jeff_ey Mr Lawrence Mr Mackie Mrs and 3 children Mackie Rev Mr Madam Mr Mitchell Mrs Paterson Mr Rees Mrs Renton Mr Sutherland Rev Mr Wil_on Mr Wil_on Mrs Wilton Miss And 6 steerage
The s.s. Mahinapua and prison hulk Esther and Ann were floated out of the Graving Dock this morning, and the s.s. Suva taken in for overhaul, scraping and painting.
Transcriptions Otago Witness Saturday March 24th 1883 Page 14
Per Wakatipu from Sydney- Baker Mr Blair Mr Chapman Mr Cooke Mrs Demel Mrs Downes Mr Lloyd Mr M'Downey Miss [R?]ashford Mr Roche Mr Wooward Mrs And 4 steerage Per Wairarapa from Melbourne- Crawshaw Miss A Donelly Mr J Gordon Mr and Mrs Horne Mrs T Lieber Mr N Marshall Mr W E Mi_burn Mr J Potter Mr H Rich Miss (3) Rich Mr and Mrs Ringwood Mr A Stockwell Mr and Mrs And 24 steerage Per Wairarapa from the Bluff- M'Kenzie Mr Satchler Miss And 2 steerage Thursday. Departures. Per Wairarapa for Lyttelton- Day Mr and Mrs and 2 children O'Rorke Sir M Per Wairarapa for Wellington- Cumming Mr Deans Mr Moore Master Nyhon Mr Patrick Mr Per Wairarapa for Nelson- Henderson Miss Per Wairarapa for Napier- Hodgins Mrs and nurse Per Wairarapa for Gisborne- Alfred Mrs and family (8) Smith Mr Per Wairarapa for Auckland- Baxter Mr Bro__e Mr Dick Mr Downes Mr Durnel_ Mrs Jones Mr Newman Mrs Robertson Mr Per Wairarapa for Sydney- Elliott Miss Hannah Mrs and 3 children Hoggins Mr Proctor Mr Wes_wood Rev Mr Per Arawata for the Bluff- Crisp Mr Per Arawata for Hobart- Ainslee Mrs Per Arawata for Melbourne- Allen Mr and Mrs J Andrew Mr Britain Mr Cobarth Mr Croon Miss Hanlan Mr Marks Mr E M Ottr_y Miss Richards Mrs (3?5?) children and nurse Friday. Arrival. Per Hawea from the North- B[illegible] Mr and Mrs Broughton Miss (2) Broughton Mr Broughton Mrs Connor Rev Mr and Mrs Cotram Mr Hamilton Mr and Mrs Hickson Miss (4) Hickson Mrs Irwin Miss Kennedy Mr Longson Miss Mi_ls Mrs Raphael Mr Wheeler Miss Wheeler Mrs Woodward Mr and Mrs and family And 2 steerage Tuesday. Arrivals. Per Tarawera From Melbourne- ?ox Mr Ba[b?]_antyne Miss Begg Miss Chapman Mrs Earl Mrs Howell Mr and Mrs Hutton Mrs Lemuir Mrs M'Kissock Miss Ridgman Miss Rintel Mrs Per Tarawera from Hobart- Adams Mr Clark Miss Gaylor Mr and Mrs Nicholls Mrs Poynter Mr and Mrs Wilkins Mr Wednesday. Departures. Per Tarawera for Lyttelton- Abfield Mrs Higgins Mr Knight Mrs and infant M'Lean Mrs Marshall Mr Prictor Miss Prictor Mr Per Tarawera for Wellington- Cameron Mr and Mrs and family Easther Mrs Lloyd Mr Per Tarawera for Napier- Miller Mr Per Tarawera for Auckland- Cotterill Mr Darby Mr Dawson Mr Fielding Mr Foster Mr Graham Miss King Mr Saunders Mr Per Tarawera for Sydney- Edwards Mrs Wednesday. Arrival. Per Rotomahana from the North- Beal Mr Beal Mrs Brown Mr Brown Mrs Chipman Mr Cumming Mr Hawk_s Miss Hawkes Mr (2) Hill Mr Irwin Mr Murray Mr and Mrs infant and nurse Nelville Miss Parry Mr Rankine Mr Sibbald Mr Slesinger Mr Spicer Mr Whyte Mr and Mrs Wilkinson Mrs and child Williams His Honor Justice and Mrs And 13 steerage
The barque Queen of Cambria has received her sailing orders.
She proceeds to Valparaiso for orders to load nitrate at a South American port;
her rate of freight is 50s a ton.
The barque Mennock is almost a full ship. She will block off her hatches today, and is to sail for London on Saturday.
Transcriptions from Otago Witness Saturday March 31st 1883 Page 14
The s.s. Waitaki arrived at Port Chalmers at 9.30 a.m. yesterday.
She left Timaru at 4 p.m. on Thursday, and encountered strong S.S.W. winds and a high sea during the passage. Captain White reports that about 1 p.m. on the 22nd a strong S.S.W. squall passed over Timaru, and did considerable damage to the shipping there. The stern mooring of the Waitaki first gave way, and she swung on to the ship Ugglan's moorings, doing considerable damage to the Waitaki's rail. Next the barque Rewa broke adrift from her moorings and fouled the Ugglan, carrying away that vessel's rudder, spanker-boom, and steering gear, doing at the same time considerable damage to her own head-gear.
An attempt was made by the steamers Titan and Waitaki to tow the Ugglan closer in, but owing to the strong gale and heavy sea the attempt was given up, as the ship was riding steadily; while the Waitaki was compelled to slip her anchor with 75 fathoms chain, together with her rope moorings, and stand to sea as above.
Per Waitangi from London (December 22nd)-
Saloon: Beaven Mr Brown Mr J H Maychurch Mr Mumford Mr G B Procter Miss (2) Robins Miss Skinner Mr Squires Mr Squires Mr and Mrs Tucker Mr and Mrs and family (5)Steerage: Catte Mr and Mrs and family (2) Coll[e?a?o?]r Mr and Mrs Conwan Mr Gutschladt Mr and Mrs and 2 children Horrax Mr Kind Mr and Mrs and infant Legg Mr Moran Mr Phelan Mrs and family (2) Rotherell Mr Smith Mr and Mrs G and family (4) Stephens Mr Walters Mr
Monday. Departures. Per Penguin for Akaroa- Gillow Mr Porter Mr Per Penguin for Lyttelton- Daws Miss Per Penguin for Wellington- Charters Mr Tuesday. Arrival. Per Manapouri from Melbourne- Burt Mr T Jones Miss Jones Mr W Kelly Mrs Moss Mr F R_wn Mr M Smith Miss Smith Mr J Wertheim Mr H
Per Manapouri from Hobart- Cooper Miss And 14 steerage
The barque Monarch has taken in over 10,000 sacks of grain.
The ship Benan put out the last of her cargo yesterday, Her destination is at present unfixed.
The barque Mennock is rapidly filling up. She is to sail for London on Wednesday.
The ship Wellington has discharged about 600 tons of cargo.
The ship Invercargill was towed up from the stream yesterday afternoon, and berthed at the pier.
The ship Westland was towed to sea yesterday afternoon by the s.s. Plucky, and sailed for London, taking four passengers and the following cargo:-
3640 bales wool £72,800 5 bales sheepskins 100 33 bales rabbitskins 759 37 bales leather 740 38 bales basils 380 1 bale 8 casks pelts 85 342 casks tallow 1,710 29_0 sacks wheat 2,910 300 cases meat 600 8 bales glue pieces 24 30 drums glycerine dip 35 Total value £80,143
The Westland left the port in splendid trim, and will no doubt
make a rapid passage Home. We trust Captain Moffatt may have bon voyage.
As some comments have been made as to the length of the British King's passage out to Wellington, it is only fair to point out that she has come out to New Zealand in shorter time than any previous steamer. Even the Mongol's famous passage to Port Chalmers - 49½
Days net steaming time-was nearly two days longer than that of the British King, which was slightly under 48 days. This is not bad work, especially considering the adverse weather.-Post.
Wednesday. Departures. Per Manapouri for Lyttelton- Beaven Mr Catte Miss (3) Catte Mr Keesing Mr Morrison Mr Spence Mr Per Manapouri for Wellington- Butterworth Mr Gallagher Mr Wishart Mrs Per Manapouri for Napier- Burnett Mr and Mrs and family (3) Fitchett Rev A R Headly Mr Kerkham Rev R A Nevill His Lordship Bishop Nevill Mrs Newman Mr Quick Mr E Ronaldson Rev W Per Manapouri for Auckland- Alister Mrs Brown Mrs Far_ie Mrs Hilton Mr Lonie Mr Marychurch Miss Matheson Mr Pope Mr T Procter Miss (2) Robins Miss Rottwell Mr J Tucker Mr and Mrs and family (5) Walters Mr Wise Mr Per Manapouri for Sydney- Fergusson Mr Hitch Mr Millington Mr and Mrs and child Poscock Mr Wednesday. Arrival. Per Te Anau from Sydney- Binnie Mr Campbell Miss De Beer Mr Ellingham Mr Fagan Mr Fulton Miss Fulton Mrs Grey Mr Hindmarsh Mr and Mrs Johnstone Mr Kirkcaldy Mr Livingstone Miss M'Loy Mr Michaelis Mr Morrison Mr Owen Mr P[illegible]skill Mr Pizey Mr Rattray Mrs Ross Mr Roughton Mr Skinner Mrs Smith Mr Sutherland Mr Walter Mr H J And 9 steerage
The ship Waitangi is to discharge in the stream. Her passengers
were disembarked yesterday morning in the s.s. Shag.
The barque East Lothian has been sold by Mr W. Duthie of Melbourne on account of Captain Charles Clark, to Mr Norman M'Leod at a satisfactory price.
Captain Edward Kidney, formerly commander of the s.s. Albion, who was injured in the Hawthorn railway accident, has been awarded £1350, of which £1200 was compensation, and £150 medical fees.
The ship Waitangi commenced discharging cargo into lighters today.
The brig Risoe was towed up to Dunedin this morning.
Per Union Steam Ship Company's Waihora, s.s. (Captain Orkney), from Glasgow January 29th; and Greenock 31st, for Australia and New Zealand.
For Melbourne- Saloon: Hargraves Mr Jackman Mr and Mrs T? J M'Robbie Miss Moore Mr A M Paterson Mr W[m?] Sheath Mr Alfred Stewart Miss C J Stewart Miss E E Townsend Mr C W Second Cabin: Allison Mr James Borland Mr Copland Mr G Granger Mr and Mrs Jas Johnston Mr James Lowe Mr Samuel and family Moore Mr H H Murray Mr P M For Adelaide- Saloon: Kennedy Mr John S For Dunedin- Saloon: Campbell Mr P M Hume Miss Agnes Hume Miss Bessie Maguire Mrs Orme Miss Janet Sleigh Mr S E Stokes Mr P J Second cabin: Bathgate Miss Leitch Mr Thomas M'Laws Mr D M'Laws Mr J Milne Mr A Murray Miss Robbie Mr J Rodger Mr Wm Scott Miss S Stewart Mr G E For Akaroa- Saloon: Hemming Mr C M For Wellington- Saloon: Foster Miss Hislop Miss Isabella Hislop Mr and Mrs John Howden Mr and Mrs D B Second cabin: Ske[??] Mr Allan For Napier- Saloon: Findlay Mr and Mrs M'Lean Miss Helen M'Lean Miss Margaret M'Lean Mr and Mrs J A For Auckland- Saloon: Comins Rev Mr and Mrs Young Mr and Mrs W Second cabin: Hanson Miss Henderson Miss B Knox Miss Knox Mr James Lion Mr E A Nicoll Mr Frank For Sydney- Second cabin: Bennett Mr and Mrs F Bevan Mr John Gordon Mr and Mrs Robt Mil_en Mrs Robert and children Naylor Mr J For Hobart- Second cabin: Ferguson Mr Wm jun For Lyttelton- Second cabin: Dodds Mr Thos Hay Mr J Hay Mr R S Jacobs Mr J B
Per Messrs Shaw, Savill, and Co's Bencleuch (Captain Cromarty), from London February 3rd.
For Otago- Second cabin: ?ow Mr Edward A Mellor Mr Joseph Michelly Alfred Steerage: Arbery F C Burgess Mr Fredk Jones Elizabeth