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JARRAH FOR NEW ZEALAND.

The cargo steamer Brciz duel, 5097 tons. Captain Ertand, with a full cargo of jarrah timber for the Miller Company’s New. Zealand branches, from Flinders Bay and Bunbury, is due at Wellington in a few days. The total cargo comprises 2,115,000 ft. of jarrah. a small portion of which is for discharge at Wellington, and Eytteiton. whilst the bulk will be discharged at Dunedin, The Union Co-'s steamer Komata will follow the Breiz Huei, and will load jarrah at Bunbury at the end of the month for Auckland and Wellington. The barque Weather,sfield will be the next vessel to go on the berth, and will load jarrah pi'obably for Wellington.

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JARRAH FOR NEW ZEALAND., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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JARRAH FOR NEW ZEALAND. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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