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SAlLED.—January 14. Wimmera, s.s. (noon), 3,000 tons, Keli, for Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart. Passengers : For Hobart—Mrs Fleming, Mr R. Cox, and Rev. J. Fleming. For Melbourne—Mesdames Burnard, Tripp, and Hunt. .Misses Sweeney (3), Captain .1. and Mr Howies, Rev. J." M. Smith: and 10 steerage for all ports. The Anglo-Brazilian,, after loading wool and other produce at Port Chalmers, sailed this morning for Oamaru. The Skipton Castle, from Lyttelton, anchored in the stream at Port Chalmers at 9.15 this morning, and when the tide served came on to Dunedin. The Wanaka wont to the Port thisafternoon for overhaul, and docks when the Timaru dredge vacates the old dock. The Tahiti docks to-morrow after the Tarawera comes out of the new dock. The latter vessel resumes her East Coast running next week.

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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