- Edition: 18 October 1884 18 October 1884
The only foreign arrival has been the barque Delscey with 1,000 tons of
wheat from Talcahuano, South America, for Messrs. CARR and Co., which was docked
The barque May Hulse, of Southampton, has arrived from Glasgow, to load
steel rails from Messrs. CAMMELL’s works for Buenos Ayres; and the barque
Beechwood is now due from Fleetwood to take rails to Buenos Ayres.
The City of Bristol is loading pig iron for Rotterdam. There have been no
The coasting arrivals have included the Coquette from Belfast, and the
Walney from Duddon, both with ore; the Kitby and Hematite with pit wood from
Dumfries, and the Swift with grain from Liverpool. The Rathkenny has taken pig
iron from Swansea.
The total shipments during the week have been about 2,000 tons of pig iron
and about 3,000 tons of coal, the latter being sent to the usual Irish and