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LATE SHIPPING

.SAILED. —November 10.

Mokoia. s.s. (noon), 3.502 tons, M'Lean., for Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers : For Lyttelton—Mr Young. For Wellington—Misses Cook and Bundle, Mesdomes Williams. Bundle, Sidford and two children, King and child. Craig. M'lvor and three children, Pryde and infant, Messrs Davis, Harris, Micro, Craig, M'lvor, Byrne, Professor BoysI Smith. For Napier—Messrs Gould and I Hill. For Gisborne—Miss Barry. Foi Auckland —Mr Virran; and 39 steerage. Invercargill, s.s. (31.15 a.m.), 223 tons, Marks, for Invercargill. Tho Knight of the Garter went down to Port Chalmers to-day to dock. The Willochra, from Newcastle direct, arrived at Port Chalmers this morning. The Tokomaru sails from Port Chalmers on Friday for Napier, Auckland, Whangarei, and Gisborne to continue Homeward loading. The Kittawa came out of dock this morning. KOUTUNCI FLOATED OFF. [PES. UxrntD Press Association.] GISBORNE, November 10. The steamer Koutunni was floaty on the rocks near Cape Kunaway yesterday. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLI NGTONNovember 10.—10.10 a.m., Moeraki, from Sydney. LYTTELTON, November 10.—9-50 a.m., Kaiapoi, from Hobart. SYDNEY, November 10.—8 a.m., Ulimaroa, from Wellington. „ ~ NEWCASTLE, November 10.—MootabooU from AucklaO' 1

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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