Victoria, s.s., 2,969 tons, Croft, foi Auckland and East Coast ports. Passengers ; For Lyttelton—Professor Scott, Mr Powell, Mr Fraser, Mr and Mrs Spendley, Miss Spendley, Miss Jensen, Miss Pickard, Miss Mathews, Mr P. C. Gray and Master Gray, Mrs Inner, Mr and Mrs Miller, Mr and Mrs M’C iartnev, Mr Poctero, Mr Colville. For Wellington—Miss G. Jamieson, Miss M. F. Brown, Miss Kennedy, .Miss Moir. For Napier—Mrs J. W. Fates, .Mr Tnbuteau, Mrs A. E. Inder. Miss Indcr. For OUborne—Miss E. Gilder. For Auckland .Miss Bounin, .Miss Broom ; and 17 steer age for all ports. THE VANCOUVER SERVICE. l.i'Eß United Press Association.] AUCKLAND, December 29.—12.50 p.m., Makura, for Vancouver, SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, December 29.—Paloona sailing at 5 p.m. for the South. Passengers for Dunedin : Misses Furze and Connelly, Mcsdames Furze, M’Donald and child, Messrs M'Millan and Cribble.
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LATE SHIPPING, Evening Star, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914
LATE SHIPPING Evening Star, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914
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