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SHIPPING NEWS.

AORANGI SAILS.

MARAMA ARRIVES

The Aorangi left at 11.30 last night for Sydney and Melbourne in continuation of her voyage from Vancouver. On her return to Sydney from Melbourne she will lay up for overhaul. She resumes running on November 7, the Monowai making one round trip in her

place. The Marama was about three hours late in her arrival from Sydney this morning, due to strong head winds from the south-east encountered all the way down the coast. She leaves on her return to Sydney at 3 p.m. on Thursday, and is berthed at the Central wharf. Monterey arrived at Suva thie mornino- en route from San Francisco to Auckland. She sails at 5 p.m. and is due here at 7 a.m. on Friday, sailing for Sydney and Melbourne at 11 p.m. (H. and M.) Anglo Canadian, under charter to the Commonwealth and Dominion Line, radios that she will arrive at Auckland from New York on Thursday. (Farmers' Co-op.) Mataroa radios that she will arrive at Auckland from London on Friday, September 13. (L.D.N.) Surrey, which has been delayed at the Bluff, will now load at New Plymouth on Saturday, Opua on the following Saturday, and is due here on September 17, eailing for London on September 23. (N.Z.S. Co.) Wairangi arrives from Wellington next Monday for final loading, sailing on September 14 for London, via Cape Horn and Lae Palmas. (L.D.N.) Kairanga left Sydney at 3 p.m. yesterday for Auckland, and is due on Saturday morning. She also discharges at Wellington. ( U.S.S. Co.) Poolta left Westport a.m. today for Auckland and is due on Friday. Rangitiki, which left Wellington on July 31, arrived at London yesterday morning. The All Blacks travelled on this vessel. (N.Z.S. Co.) Mernoo left Bunbury, West Australia, on August 20 for Auckland with a full cargo of hardwood. (W. and W.) Shintoku Maru ie berthed at the King's wharf and is attracting much attention. She will be open for inspection to-morrow afternoon and for school children on Saturday. She sails next Monday on her return to Japan. A R RIV A LS.—Yesterday. Pukeko, from Portland, 5.35 p.m. This Day. Omana. from Warkworth, 1.30 a.m. Mlro, from Nelson, 1.40 a.m. Taniwha, from Paeroa, 5 a.m. .Marama, from Sydney, 11 a.m., with the following passengers: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ashweli, Mrs. K. Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and Masters C. and I. Burrell, Mr. C. Bartllng. Miss IC. M. Barker, .Mr. A. C. Ball, Mr. W. Brown, Miss M. Corlett, Miss V. Colless, Mr. D. Daly, Miss N. Danglow, Miss E. Doherty, Mr. L. Donovan, Mrs. C. and Miss G. Eastwood, Miss A. Entrican. Mr. J. Grey, Mr. K. Hamilton, Mrs. G. and Miss M. Kendall, Miss M. Kenny, Mr. L. Lawson, Miss M. Laycock, Miss D. Lyons, Mrs. E. Mack. Mr. D. Markham, Mr. A. McCartney, Mr. J. McMahau, Major P. Macdonald, Mr. N. Nelson, MTs. C. Nicholson. Mr. C. C. Nardin, Mr. I'. Sheffield, Mr. F. Stanley. Mr. S. Standen. Mr. T. Sliophard. Mr. T. Speed, Mr. L. Turner, Mr. P. Wilson. Mr. E. Williams. Mr. A. B. Walkon, Mr. and Mrs. W. and Master G. Williams. Mrs. E. Allen. Mr. T. Barker. Mr. J. Bunting, Miss E. Burns, Mr. L. Campbell. Miss I>eung Po Chan, Mr. H. Cooper, Miss D. Done, Miss B. Darvill, Mr. D. Eickler, Mr G. Edwards, Miss C. Geraghty. Mrs. E. Hebden, Sir. and Mrs. J., Masters G. and J. and Miss M. Hargraves, Mr. J. Hamilton. Miss A. James. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kerr, Mr. K. Moore, Mr. G. Mortimer, Mrs. E. and Misses B. and It. McCueher, Mr. 6. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. I{. Oki, Mrs. K. and Master N. and I. Pavlovich, Mr. B. Readt\ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruston and Mrs. F. Huston, Mrs. J. and Master W. Raftis. Mrs. E. Koss, Mrs. -E. Rattray, Mr. M. Scott. Miss B. Taylor, Mrs. B. Willers. Mrs. F. White, Miss F. Young, Mr. C. Baronian, Mr. A. Boeeley, Mr. and Mrs. G. Bplcher, Alls. E. Bullon. Mrs. E. Baldwin, Mr. F. Downic, -Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Durig. Misses A. and A. E. Dobbie. Mr. V. Franicevlch, Miss B. Finlayson, Mr. S. Foley, Messrs. P. Fntutua, Mrs. R. Hogg. Miss B. Hemera, Mr. C. Hill, Miss M. Lewis, Miss E. Monk, Mr. R: McCallum. Mr. C. Philp, Mr. R. Qunrtorman. Miss J. Smith, Mr. K. Shields, Mr. I. Wilkinson

DEPARTURES.-Yesterday. Omana, for Workworth, 1.25 p.m. Hauitl, for Thames, 3 r'-">-Clansman, for Northern ports, G. 30 p.m Waiotnhi. for Tauranga. C.50 p.m. l'aroto. for Kerikeri. G.r>.~ p.m. Aorangi, for Sydney, 17.30 p.m. This Day, Omana, for Waiheke.. 9.50 a.m. EXPECTED ARRIVALS. TO-DAY. Hauiti, from Thames, 2 p.m. Kawan, from Mangawai. fi p.m. Omana, from Waiheke, 6.30 p.m. - TO-MORROW. I'ono, from Kerepeehl, early. Hauiti, from Coromandel. 2 p.m. Itnronnn, from Ostend, 6.30 p.m. Oncwa. from Ostend. 6.30 p.m.

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SHIPPING NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume LXVI, Issue 208, 3 September 1935

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