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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING.

Hokianga Heads April 3.—Sailed yesterday at 9 p.m.: Claymore, s.s. for Onehunga. Whitianga, April 2.—Sailed at 4.30 p.m. : Stella,. s,s., for Auckland, with a raft of logs in tow. Gisborne, April 3.—Sailed: Ttaugl scow, for Auckland, via Whangapaoa: Victoria, s.s., at ll ; 30 a.m., for Auckland. Passengers: Misses Hayes> Wallace, Judil. Itittan, Finlayson, Morton, Loukwood i2i Crawford and Pettie. Mesdames WHklns and infaut,' -Colfrell, Bruce, Tanner, Warbrlck. iia<i Williams, Messrs. O'Keefe. Cave, Reeve, Loushurst, McParquhar. Woodall, Jufld, Humphries. Harris, Fleming. Carswell. Leslie, Finlayson. Dalgety, Gillman, Peterson, 1 CoomD, Jones, Sherriff, and U0 steeruge. | Napier, April 2.—Sailed: Victoria, n.e, for the North and Sydney. Passengers for Auckland —Misses Cuthbertson, Warnock, Mrs. Bicknell, Messrs. Warnoek, Hardy, Link, Mailley, Sweetapple, McKay, Hooten. Bold, Major Mair, and two steerage Wellington. April 2. —Sailed: Warrimoo, E.s., for Sydney. New Plymouth. April 3. —Arrived, at 4 p.m.: Takapuna, s.s., from Onelranga. - Lyttelton, - April 3. —Sailed : Ophelia. Ehip, for Newcastle. Dunedin, April 2.—Sailed: Lauderdale, 8.5., for Northern ports. Bluff, April 3.—Arrived: Wairuna, s.s., from Danedin. oversea strl-prrsG. """London, AprtV 2:—ATrived-: Karamea, s.s., and Rangatira, s.s., from Wellington. Departure: Star of Scotland, for New Zealand;

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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