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PORT OF ONEHUNGA.

ARRIVALS. SUNDAY. Takapuna, s.s., 1030, It. Crawford, from New Plymouth. Pnsßengers: Mrs 'Place, Messrs. Miller,'Hobday, Woodward, Gaffer, Carncross. Tinsan, Paul, Old, Lenlnnd, Todd, Lund, Dnvies. Coverßeld Lotham and eight steerage.—Union Co., agents. Rlmu, s.s., T. H. Richards, from Wanganul Opunake, and New Plymouth.—^orthem Co.. agents. DEPARTURES. SUNDAY. Rarawa, s.s., 1072, W. F. Norbury, for New Plymouth. Passeugers: Misses Page, <SoHsbi>ro', Pursal. Cameron, s. James. Cameron. Mesdames Kent, E. Andrews, Slater, Messrs. Robinson, Sinclair, Johnson, and 10 steerage. Rosamond, s.s., 721, Edwin, for Greymouth. THIS DAY. Takapuna, s.s., Crawford, for New Plymouth and Wellington. Passengers: Misses Dyasou, Baikie, Mesdames V. Little, F. Little, Macready, Gibbons, Beer and 2 children, McCready and daughter, Messrs. Beer. Hall, Chllllugworth (2). Allen, Bankham,' Morton (2), Grimwade, Proctor, Wilkins (2),' Brown. Wills, Drs. Meade and MeCreadle, and 10 steerage. i

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PORT OF ONEHUNGA. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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