The Mokoia went down to tho Fort this morning and went on the repair berth to have water-tuba boilers installed in place of the old type. The Willochra and the Wahine are E3id to be the only other local traders to this port similarly equipped with water-tuba boilers. RIVER STEAMER WRECKED. BY LAST NIGHT'S WIND. [SIT.CTAL TO TITE STAB.J BALCLUTHA, December 8. The high wind last night wrecked the steamer Clyde, which was lying moored to the bank at the township. The force of tho impact is believed to have burst plates, and let the water into compartments. The cargo, which was all on deck, floated away downstream. The steamer is now lying at bank with part of her stern above tho water. OVERSEA STEAMERS. The Remuera, outward bound to New Zealand, left Teneriffe on Saturday. The Ruahine, Homeward bound, left Teneriffe on Sunday. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON, December 8.—12.15 p.m.. Manuka, from Sydney. SYDNEY, December 8.—9.40 a,m., Moeraki. from Wellington. AUCKLAND, December B.—Victoria, sailing at 5 p.m. for the South. Passengers for Dunedin: Messrs Coutts and No-Fan.—-8.5 a.m., Kaituna, from Westport.
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LATE SHIPPING, Evening Star, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914
LATE SHIPPING Evening Star, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914
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