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SAlLED.—November 12. Poherua, s.s., 1,175 tons, Bilton, for Picton.

The Breeze came out of dock at tho Port this morning. Site completes her overhaul and comes up to Dim-edin tomorrow to resume her coastal running. The Poherua having discharged the balance of her coal cargo into tho troopship Verdala sailed, this afternoon for Picton.

The Knight of the Garter comes out of dock to-morrow morning and sails for Wellington. The Pukaki went down to the Port last night to discharge coal into the hulks and into the Yerdala, after which she returns to Westport. The slip at Carey Bay was vacated this morning by the ferry steamer Waikana. The trawler Waitangi goes en the flip in a day or two. The Tokornaru, at present loading produce at Port Chalmers, leaves to-morrow or Saturday for northern ports.

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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