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ARRIVALS Saturday—Toa (Whangarei), 5.15 p.m. To-day—Tiri (Awanui), 12-54 a.m.; Herekino (Portland), 12.42 a.m.; Coronation (Awanui). EXPECTED ARRIVALS Kapiti (Tauranga), to-morrow; Motu (Whangaroa, Mangonui and Awanui), this evening; Pukeko (Napier), July 25; Kartigi (Portland), to-morrow morning; Hokianga (Hokianga), July 25. PROJECTED DEPARTURES Waimarino (Westport, Dunedin and Bluff), July 27; Kiwitea (Westport), tomorrow; Kapiti (Tauranga), to-morrow night; Motu (Whangaroa, Mangonui alid Awanui), to-morrow; Otimai (Paeroa), this evening; Pono (Thames and Piako), this evening; Toa (Whangarei), this evening; Tiri (Awanui), to-morrow; Coronation (Whangaroa), to-morrow. The Union Company's Karepo loads at Westport next Wednesday for Auckland. The Kaimiro leaves Greymouth to-day for Auckland. The Kartigi is expected to leave Portland on Wednesday night for Auckland. The Waiana was expected to leave BlufT yesterday for Dunedin and Auckland, and the Waipiata was expected to leave Oamaru on Saturday for Dunedin and Auckland. The Karetu loads at Lyttelton for Auckland at the end of this week. The Northern Company's Waiotahi is bar-bound at Opotiki. The Hokianga (A. G. Frankham) is expected to arrive at Auckland from Hokianga on Wednesday.

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COASTAL SHIPPING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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COASTAL SHIPPING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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