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The Bluff tup. Theresa Ward, was docked this morning ab Port Chalmers for periodica! cleaning and Tavawera, s.s., docks on Thursday. Warimoo, s.s., comes up to Dunedin on Thursday, sailing on Friday on th.6 new Melbourne run in place of the Paloona, which on arrival here withdraws for qverhaul. Invereargill, s.s., finishes discharging cargo this evening for the Vordala and comes up to Dunedin to load for southern ports. Mr A. M'Bride is installing an eight-ton freezing machine on the Verdala in connection with the insulating of a chamber for use as a cool store. Tho Mokoia sailed for Auckland via. East Coast porta this afternoon. Passengers— Mr and Miss Stewart, Mr and Mrs Cuthbert, Mrs Jackson and four children, Miss Sneddon, Miss H. Patterson, Miss No ward, Yiiss M. Fulton, Mrs amd Miss CJark. Rev A. Neild, Mr Moveday, Mr J. G. Reid, Mr H T. Gonie, Mr Cogan 5 and one steerage.

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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