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SAlLED.—January 8. Monowai, s.s., 3,43.3 tons, Carson, for Auckland and East Coast ports. Passengers : For Lyttelton—Mrs Barlow, Miss Barlow, Messrs Wells, Harker, Fenand, Smith. Storey. For Wellington—.Misses Scott, Taylor, Pitcher, King, Messrs Wilson. Smith, Watson. Rev. Mr Button. For Auckland—Mrs Mitchell, Miss John-s-ton, Mr Rudd : and eight steerage for all ports. Tho Storm having completed, her doekinc was having her compasses adjusted this afternoon preparatory to coming up to Dunedin to-morrow to resume commission. The Poherua swung for compass adjustment, to-day, and was to come np to Dunedin this evening to load for the West Coast via way ports. The four-masted American schooner Commerce, which arrived yesterday afternoon from Aberdeen, Gray's Harbor, has 864.810 ft of Oregon pine to discharge, at Dunedin. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, January B.—Otaki, from Liverpool.

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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