« ARRIVALS Yesterday—Ranginui (Whangarei), 6.55 a.m.; Pono (Thames and Piako), 10.56 a.m.; Waiotahi (Opotiki), 3.13 p.m. SAILINGS Yesterday—Kapiti (Barrier and Tauranga), 8.20 a.m.; Toa (Paeroa), 1.37 p.m. EXPECTED ARRIVALS Kaimiro (Portland), to-morrow morning; Toa (Paeroa), to-morrow; . Kapiti (Tauranga), to-morrow; Pukeko (Napier), Wednesday. PROJECTED DEPARTURES Paroto (Russell and Kerikeri), this evening; Pono (Thames and Piako), this evening; Ranginui (Whangarei), this evening; Waiotahi (Opotlki), this evening; Toa (Paeroa), to-morrow; Kapiti (Tauranga). to-morrow; Walana (Wellington. Dunetlin and Bluff), to-night; Kartigi (Westport), this afternoon; Korowai (I.ytteiton and Titiiaru). Thursday; Ka'retu (TytteKon), end of this week; Margaret W. (East Coast), to-morrow. The Northern Company's Hauturu is expected nt Onehunga from New Plymouth and Wanganuf to-morrow. The Union Company's Waimarino is now; loading at Oamaru for Dunedin, Wellington and Auckland. SWEDEN—N.Z. SERVICE Resumption of the cargo service between Sweden and the South Pacific area is reported by Spedding, Limited, New Zealand agents for the operating company, the Transatlantic Steam Ship Company. The service, which was suspended "during European hostilities, will be run by two vessels sailing regularly from Gothenburg and accepting freight for Australian a'nd New Zealand ports. The first of these, the motor ship Barrunda, is due in New Zealand shortly, and will load for the return voyage to Sweden, thus re-introducing reciprocal trade with that country.
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COASTAL SHIPPING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945
COASTAL SHIPPING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945
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