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SHIPPING.

PORT OF LTTPBLTOJT. ARRIVALS. Tuesday, September 9th. Kittawa, 8.6. (12.20 p.m.). 1247 tons, Nicholson, from Weetpoit, Union Steam Ship Company, agents. Fort Hocking, b.s. (8.50 a.m.), 6225 tons, Cottoll, from Wellington. Kinsey and Co., Ltd., agents. Maori, s.s., (10.40 a.m.), 3412 tone. Cameron, from "Wellington. "Union Steam Ship Company, agents. Storm, 6.4. (5.10 p.m.), 405 tons, Oa.rtner, from Timaru. A. H. TurnbfU and Co., egonts. DEPARTURES. Tuesday, Soptember 9th. Unori. s.e. (7.50 p.m.). 3112 tone, Cameron, for Wellington. Union Steam Ship Company, agents. Breeze, f1.9. (4.55 p.m.), 553 tons, Venn, for Picton. A. H. Turnbull and Co., agents. Kbtu, s.s. (9 p.m.), 267 ton*, Naider, for Wellington. A. H. Turnbull and Co., agents. Xainiii. 6.». (4.15 p.m.), 128 .tons, Cowun, for Timaru. New Zealand Refrigerating Company, agents. . OKIENT COMPANY'S PURCHASE. (By Cable.—Pi*s« A€#ocia.tion.—Copyright.) (Australian And N.Z. Cable SYDJTEY, September 0. Tho Orient Company has "taken over the eteamer Indarra for tho England-Australia eervice. SHIPPING- TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, September 9. Arrived, Makura (5.15 p.m.), from Sydney; Iris (10.15 a.m.), from the south; Kaiapoi (12.30 p.m.), from Timaru. Sailed Lorain'(l2.2s p.m.), for Wellington. WELLINGTON, September S. Arrivod, Perth (6.30 a.m.), from Newcastle. Sailed, Putiki (12.5 pjn.), for Napier; Tofua (2.20 p.m.), .for San Francisco; Monowai (7:50 p.m.), for Lytteltoa.

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SHIPPING. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16624, 10 September 1919

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