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COASTAL SHIPPING

ARRIVALS To-day—Ranginui (Whangarei), 8.30 a.m.; Kapiti (Tauranga), 6.40 a.m. SAILINGS Yesterday—Pono (Thames and Piako), 5.5 p.m.; Otimai (Whangarei), 8.15 p.m.; Toa (Paeroa), 8.25 p.m.; Motu (Whangaroa, Mangonui, Awanui, Houhora), 9.50 p.m. EXPECTED ARRIVALS Waiotahi (Opotiki), this afternoon; Waimarino (Wellington), to-morrow; Karepo (Westport), July 19; Pukeko (Napier), July 20; Margaret W. (Portland and Gisborne), July 22. PROJECTED DEPARTURES Kaimiro (Greymouth), to-night; Paroto (Russell and Kerikeri), to-day: Kapiti (Tauranga), to-day; Margaret W. (Portland and Gisborne), to-night; Waiotahi (Opotiki and Tairua), to-morrow; Korowai (Lyttelton and Timaru), to-morrow; Pukeko (Napier), to-morrow; Tiri (Awanui), this afternoon. The Union Company's collier Kiwitea was expected to leave Greymouth last night for Auckland. The Waipiata will leave Dunedin at the end of this week for Auckland. The Waiana left Dunedin yesterday for Bluff, Dunedin and Auckland. The Karepo left Westport at 1 p.m. on Monday, and is due here on Thursday. The Hauturu left Picton last night and is due at Onehunga at noon to-morrow. After discharging, she will load for New Plymouth and Wanganui. The Anchor Line vessel Alexander has been loading at Onehunga, and was scheduled to sail for Nelson this afternoon.

The Hokianga is still bar-bound at Hokianga.

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COASTAL SHIPPING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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COASTAL SHIPPING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945

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