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.A HE I VEIL— January 21. Wainiana, s.s. (10 a.m.), 10.380 tons, Burvilt Holmes, from Alexandria. Kurow, s.s., 2,581 tons. Barlow, from Westport via way ports. SAILED.--January 21. Paloona, s.s., 2,771 tons, M'Beth, for Melbourne via Cook Strait and Hobart. Passengers :—Messrs CI. E. Smith, Green, Doyle, Neals. Guest. Leong-Leong. Longain. M'Donald, A'ewlands, M'Donald, Matheson, Hon. G. G. Alexander, Islesdames M'Donald and three children, Priehard, Matheson and two children, Xeale and infant. Guest, Hastie and child, Misses Wells, Palmer, Gray. Coombs, Alexander, Williamson; and 78 steerage.

The Monowai, which arrived this morning from Auckland and East Coast ports, brought the, following passengers : —Misses Cullen, Dre.nnen, Smith. Bonnin, Dovlc (2), oribbon, Evans. Has'zard (2), Rnwl'insoa (2), Sidey, Bagley (2j, Smart, Stewart, de Luce, Mesdamr.s Moffatt, Evans, Vantier and -child,, M'Donald, M'Callum and child. Bagley, Ladlcy, Palmer and child. Penny, Peeves, Quinn, Messrs Haszard (3), M'Donald. Robinson. David, J. 0. Leckie. H. A. Smith. Quirm, R, A. Wilkie. Wilson, A. ,"J. Lamb, Revs! J. Carroll and Dutton, Masters Carson (2) ; and 20 steerage. The Kurow arrived at Port Chalmers this morning from Westport via way ports and proceeded to bunker the Tahiti. The Delphic sailed from Port Chalmers last night to continue her Homeward loading at Napier. Two old muzzle-loading cannon, which have been dismantled at the Heads, were brought up to Dunedin to-day on a punt. It is said that they have been disposed of and are going up country as curios. WAIMANA ARRIVES. The big oversea liner Wainiana arrived at Port Chalmers this morning from Alexandria. She left 12 days after the Tahiti and Maungantii. The trip was uneventful. Interest attaches to the Waimana, as she was the only vessel in the Australasian transport fleet to pick up the urgent wireless messages despatched from Cocos Island »s the notorious Emden approached. The Waimana communicated the important messages to the Maungantii, which transmitted them to the Minotaur. The Sydney was then despatched to destroy the Gorman marauder, a ■commission' she effectually performed, although one of the Emden's shells -went clean through her hull, entering one side and passing out the other, the passage being marked by gaping holes in the hull plates. The Waimana goes into dock this evening for cleaning and painting. Then she dismantles her transport fittings and goes on the loading berth.

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LATE SHIPPING, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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LATE SHIPPING Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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