SAILED. —November 20. Kotarc, s.s. (1.5 p.m.), 141 tons, Trenrn, for Invercargill. Westralia. s.a , 2,884 tons. Bates, for Auckland and East Coast ports. Passengers :—For Lyttelton : Mesdames Falla and child, J. S. Duthie, A. I). Lynch, and Reeves. For Wellington : Miss Hay, Mrs Hothersall and infant. For Gisborne : Mrs and Miss Fanlds, Master Faulds, and Mr Rhinesmith. For Auckland : Mr H. Griffiths : and five storage for all ports. RAKAIA TOUCHES BOTTOM. NOT DAMxVGED. [Per United Press Association.] GISBORNE-, November 20, The steamer Eakaia, -when leaving port last night, slightly touched the bottom in shoal water off the reef running out from Kaiti Beach. No damage was done, and the steamer proceeded to Tokomaru Bay to continue loading. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. SUVA, November 20.—Strathdco, from Newcastle.—Cholite, from Tahiti.—Cairnhill, for San Francisco. INVERCARGILL, November 20.—1.30 p.m., Invercargill, from Dunedin.
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LATE SHIPPING, Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914
LATE SHIPPING Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914
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