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LATE SHIPPING

There was an unusually junto number of vessels at the Port Chalmers v/h-'irve* this morning, there bonis; nix aleamerr., including three biv: oversea liners (the Tokomarn, Zealnndic, ;>nd Rotoruaj. The schooner l-Jaeb-'d Cnhvu. from ihe Campbell Islands with ftt-ab.kin:- aiid oil. arrived ifi Port- Chalmers early tin's insThe Brcsze v., expected at Port Chalmers to-morrow to go into dock. The Jlotorruv sails from Port Chalmers early to-morrow morning for Lyttelton and Wellington. The Petone came on' of this morninrr. and went up to Dnnedin. The Zealandic went down to Port Chalmers this moraine: to load Homeward cargo. Sho is expected to sail on Friday for northern ports for further loading. The Kamona goes down to Port Chalmers early to-morrow morning to complete her discharge. SHIPPING TELKGKAMS. WELLINGTON. November &«4aN& j.m,,* Corinn*, for, Duiyxtta.. '

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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