SAlLED.—November 0. llincmoa, Government steamer (11.45 a.m.), 546 tons, Rollon.", for southern lighthouses. The Willorhra. which until recently was engaged in the San Francisco trade, and has been latterly laid up at Sydney, is due at Port Chalmers to-morrow from Lyttelton. It is understood that she is to b>> fitted up at Port Chalmeiy as a troopship for the reinforcements of the Expeditionary Force. CANADA CAPE ARRIVES. WELLINGTON. November 9. Tits Canada Cape, from Ncwr-asile. berthed to-day after a voyage of nine mid a-half days. It usually takes five. Progress was slow in consequence of the main pump cross-head carrying away. Temporary repairs were effected, at sea. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, November o.—Noon, Eiverina, from S'ydnev. MELBOURNE, November 9—Warrimoo, from Wellington.
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LATE SHIPPING, Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914