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Wednesday, &ay 26. Paloona. s.s. ($.30 ajn.), 2771 tons, Drewctte. from South. Passengers: Misses Walker, Williamson, Morgan, Aylmes, Vaughan. Ramsay, Taylor> Stiepherd, Mcranney, Haig and child, .Burgess. Pickering, Cook, Green; Davies, * Campbell, ties, Thompson, Macdonalfl, HQlden, McLean, Waltner, Rich, Cooke, and Rees; Mesclames tusk and two. children, Jarlow. Walker, Carsen; and infant. Arthur, Nurse. Singeroch, Bradley, Robinson and infant, Sreens, Wachsmann and child, Simpron, Townsend, and May; Messrs Walker Tucker and ,two children, Jarlov,, Jackson, LockhaH, Marsh, Terrace Slrachan 1-2), Wachsmann, Curtis, Faulkner, HoWsworth, Darton, Gardner, Harper, Myers, Parsons. Rigby, Holmes, Edgley, 1 Hammond. Jefferd, Ola'Ssßole, Maunsell. Nolan, Simpson, Thirkell, Warrihfc, Lane. Crawford, Hay, Metzyer, Israel,, and May; i'l steerage. ' ' .; . . ' . DEPARTURES. Tuesday. May 25. Mako, ss.s. (5.20 p.m.T, 505 tons. Jones, for Naptev, Coast bays, and Auckland. Passengers for Napier: Messrs Newman, Bremnev, Golftsnritt), and S. Johnson. Wednesday. May 20. Paloona. s.s. (ii aon). 2T71 tons, Drew«tte. for Tokomam Bay and Auckland. Passengers— For Tokomani Bay: Messrs PevraJ. Morgan, Westibfook, Andrew, and Pvcscott. For A\ibklatJd: >Irv &nd Mis Morris, Miss Mtti'phy, r 'Mi«s Sullivan, Messrs Erskine, Taylojv and Brown, Constable Butterwortlj and prisoner. Messi-s Richardson andHCo.^ Mako left yesterday afternoon" SbA Napier, Coast bays, and Auckland. 4 <;*.The J . < same company's Kahu left 1 tfucKltfhd shortly after midnight for Coast bays and Gisborne, being due here on IM,6nday next.; The TJ.S.S. Co.'? Paloona arrived early this morning from^ South/ biit oh account ©I the thick weather was not able to anthov until 6 o'clockl Bater m the morn : ing she sailed fpriJotth... Messrs Richardson and. Co. s s.s. Ruru left Napier at B o'clock this morning, and wiljL, arrive late this afternoon. She brings a cargo of timber" for "this port, the Ruru^leaVes again -*>% tire Teturri voyage to-nlorrow afternoon. • ■' > ifie U.S.S. Co.'s Tarawera left DuncdUi at -3 p.m. yesterday on her northward voyage. '■'■:■ ':■-, •>]>—■• ""., Messrs Richardson arid Co.'s s.s. Ripple is due to arrive on Friday morning from Wellington aad Napier, and after discharging her. Inward cargo, sails for Wei Jington direct.;* / ; ,■ , • The Blackball Co.^s. s.s, Ngahere is due "here on Friday • morning with a general cargo troih Auckland. . .-,"' The Huddart.'. Parker Cb.'s Victoria, which did nqt leave Auckland until late yesterday afternoon., is duo to arrive this afternoon, and will be tendered on arrival and at 7.30 with outward passengers, leaving later for South.' iThe schooner. Awahui:ieft Auckland last night for Coast bays' and Gisbprne. Thn d eparturo ,of <\ , the Westralla from ' Wellington for ttobart has' been postponed, on account of ; the King's birthday, until Friday. June, 4The N'apierflßhing : trawler, .s.s. Counfess. put into; -port- during the morning to replenish , her , sppply; of bunker coal. The vessel has- heeri'tiir in -the Bay of Plenty, but although no flsjn were caught there, a^he catch was made while off thn East Cape. The Vessel proceeds to Napier later. . { . •..,.- ' ..■'..

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ARRIVELS., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLII, Issue 13694, 26 May 1915

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ARRIVELS. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLII, Issue 13694, 26 May 1915

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