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SHIPPING NEWS

»■ PHASES OF THE MOON. NOVEMBER. Day. Hr. m. Now moon. 7 7 22 p.m. First quarter M 10 33 a.m. Full moon 22 5 6 a.m. Last quarter -. 30 0 40 a.m. MOON. Moon rises to-day, 12,23 p.m.; sets, 1.43 a.m. Tuesday. TIDE. To-day. 11.19 a.m.; 11.45 p.m. To-morrow, 12.13 p.m. ' SUN. Sun rises to-day, 4.23 a.m.; sets, 6.47 p.m. ARRIVALS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. KAPUNI, s.s. (3.35 a.m.), 150 tons, GibBon, from Patea. HAWERA, s.s. (3.40 a.m.), 200 tons, Jackeon, from Patea. OPAWA, s.s. (4.30 a.m.), 110 tons, Nicholas, from Blenheim. AORERE, s.s. (5.30 a.m.), 77 tons. Fisk, from Patea. NIKAU. s.s. (7.10 a.m.), 248 tons, Hay, from Nel6on and Motueka. CALM, s.s. (7.10 a.m.), 890 tons, Gordon, from Greymouth. HINEMOA, Government steamer (9 a.m.), Bollon, from northern lighthouses and Picton. MARAR.OA, s.s. (9.15 a.m.), 2598 tons, Cameron, from Lyttelton; 211 saloon passengers. KENNEDY, s.s. (5.10 p.m.), 226 tons, Purvis, from Pupongn. PATEENA, s.s. (6 p.m.), 1212, tons, Irwin, from Nelson. Passengers: Saloon—Misses Glasson, Mesdames Vinlm, Waller and 2 ohildrcn, Henderson, Purvis, Winstanlcy, AUcn, Friend, Koskique, Professor James Claydon, Lieutenants Leaper, Jamieeon, Sparrow, Rev. M'Kenzie, Messrs. Dodds, Duncan, Waller, Franklin, Campbell, Heaps, Winter. Adams, Henderson, Cramley, Bennett, M'Kee, Sheldon, Pinnington, Kircaldie (2), Gibbons, Friend; 15 steerage. NGAHERE. s.s. (6.15 p.m.), 1090 tons, Dillner, from Greymouth.

ARAHURA, s.s. (11.30 p.m.), 1596 tons, Lambert, from Picton. Passengers: Saloon —Mesdames HoTlor and child. Wooding and 2 children, Meade and 2 children, Coates, Clouston. Bell, Paine, Low, Misses Vcalie, Brown, Wooding, Raven, Wintor, Orsman, Heron, Wilberfoss, Stuart, Brook, Messrs. Stovens, Cathie, Bnsh, Haman. Dr. Meade, Woods. Grensie, Robertson, M'CaHnm, Pratt, Bell, Clouston, Rev. Robt. Bell, Cant. Falconer, Fisher, Reid, Paine, Morcll, Goulton, Cameron, Jackson, Tripe. Johnson. Mills, Trevethick. Kennedy, Horlor, Mainland, Patchctt, Miles, Hill. Clark, Robinson. Fridday, Low; 8 steerage.

6UNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, BLENHEIM, s.s. (4.20 a.m.), 120 tons, WUkinson, from Blenheim.

MAORI, s.s. (7.30 -a.m.),- 3399 tons, Manning, from Lyttelton.

WAVERLEY, s.s. (8.40 a.m.), 157 tons, Stewart, from Mangarakau. KAITOA.s.s. (8.50 a.m.), 350 tons, Stevens, from Nelson.

POHERUA, s.s. (9 a.m.), 1175 tons, from Greymouth. . •

KAIKOURA, s.s. (10.55 a.m.), 6998 tons, M'Kellar, from Napier.

STORMBIRD, s.s. (11.35 a.m.), 217 -tons, Hart, from Wanganui.

MONOWAI, -s.s. (1.35 p.m.), 3433 tons, Drewette, from Dunedin and Lyttelton. Passengers: Saloon—Misses Cameron, Ibson (2), Me*dames Swinird, Angell, Meikle, Ingram, M'Donald, Dempster,- Lawrence, Cos-' tello, Coltman, Messrs. Mowatt, Dwycr, Fulton, M'Donald, M'Loren, M'Donald Ibson, Clarke, KoUand, Sloan, Collett, O'Connor, Southward, Hamilton, Chnfman, Allan, Batchelor. Beckensos, Costello, Coltman, Prosser. Wade;. 41 steerage. OPAWA, s.s. (6.20 p.m.), 110 tons, Nicholas, from Blenheim.

TAINTJI. s.s. (11 p.m.), 128 tons, Jensen, from Waitara.

DEPARTURES. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13. BLENHEIM, s.e. (3 a,m.), 120 tone, Wilkinson, for Blcnhcdm.

OPAWA, s.s. (11 a.m.), 110 tons, Nicholas, for Blenheim.

ARAHURA, s.s. (12.50 p.m.), 1596 tons, Lambert, for Picton. Passengers: Saloon —Miss Hcffcr, Mcsdam.eo Heifer, Kirkpatrick, Carry, Messrs. Horton, Ham, Kirkpatrick, Tapp, Piku, Mudge, Carry; 7 steerage.

MOKOIA, s.e. (2.10 p.m.), 3502 tons, Reid, for Melbourne, via Hobart. Passengers: Saloon—Misses Hughes, Bayes, Tongue, Quillon, Thomson, Wileon, Elliott, Tate, Lacey, Bradley, Meyers, Paul, Guy, Lush, Brian, Murray, Donald, Mesdames Mafniire, Rawlins, Farmer, Frith, Fisher, Jellio (2), Howie, Messrs. Rawlins. Yates, Carter, Frith, Bakolcy, Young, Wilson, Burcher, Burton, Huntley, Fisher, Toole, Wren, Middleton, Wilson, Neale, Warren, Pas'smere, Neville, Howie, Bayes, Taylor, Midge, Harvey, Ford, Young, Hooker, Ralph, Davis; 54 Btnerage. NIKAU, s.s. (5.15 p.m.), 248 tons, Hay, for Nelson.

HAWERA, 5.6. (7.10 p.m.), 200 tons, Jackson, for Patea.

SQUALL. e.6. (11.20 p.m.), 369 tons, Vasta, for East Coast.

MARAROA, s.s. (11.50 p.m.), 2598 tons, Cameron, for Lyttelton. Passengers: Saloon—Misses Richardson, Field. Miller, Rutherford, Paton, Nowloyo, Hamilton, Feast, Rogers. Mesdamcs .Rogers, Meritt, Livingstone, Barr, Yernson, Wilson, Bennett, Cable (2), Cooper, Mack, Roberts, Bruusdcn; Smith, Dennett, Thomas, Miller, Little. Kennedy, Matthews, Scott (2), Kcllop. Harvey, Shipman, Lieut. King, Brooke, Capt. Post, Lobb, Messrs. Hill, Walker, Dawson. .Smith, Severn, Balkind, Bryant, Barr, Vernson, Robinson. Wilson, Bennett, Chambers. Cooner, Henderson, Croft, Hooper, Hunter, Prosser, Gre.vman (2), Hill, Dyer, Scott. Dale, Wilson, Brooks, Price, Brown. Smith, Gill, Shipman; 32 6tceragc. NGAKUTA. s.s. (11.55 p.m.), 1250 tons, Muir, tor Greymouth,

EXPECTED ARRIVALS. . Tainui, Waitara, November 15. Wakatu, Lyttelton, Kaikoura., Nov. 15. TJlimaroa, Sydney, November 15. Kapiti, Wanganui, November 15. Ripple. Napier, November 15. ' Himitangi, Chatham Islands, via Lyttelton, November 16. Hawera, Pates, November 16. Karamea, Gisborne, November 16. Queen Qf the South, Foxton, Nov. 16. Nikau, Nelson, Motueka, November 16. Mararoa, Lyttelton, November 16. Paloona,. northern ports, November 16. Ruapehu, London, via Auckland, Nov. 16. Waverley. Wanganrai. November 16. Rangatira, Port OhaAmeTS. November 16. Corinna, New Plymouth, NovemhcT. 17. Kini, southern norts, November 17. TJlimaroa, Lyttelton, November 18. Victoria, Dunedin, Lyttelton, November 18. Tarawera, northern ports, Not. 19. Knurl, Lyttelton, Nov. 19. Wimmcra, Melbourne, Hobart, Nov. 19.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. . Aorere, Patca, November 15. Ngahere, Greymouth, November 15. Opawa, Blenheim, November 15. Poherua, New Plymouth, Onehunga, November 15. Star of Scotland, northern ports, Nov. 15. Waihemo, Sydney, November 15. Kapuni, Patea, November 15. Koniata, Westport, November 15. Karao, • Greymouth, November 15. Kennody. Nelson, West Coast, Nov. 15. Blenheim. Blenheim; November 15. Tainui, Waitara, November 15. . Pateena, Nelson, 15. Kaitoa, Nelson, Motueka. Nov. 15. Maori, Lyttelton, November 15. Waverley, Tcrakohe, November 15. ' Monowai, northern ports, November 15. Aralmra, Picton, Nelson, West Coast, November 15. Paloona, Lyttelton, Dunedin, Nov. 16. ' Ripple, Nopler, Gisborne. November 16. Wakatu, Kaikoura, Lyttolton, Nov. 16. Orari, southern- ports, November 16. Kapiti, Wanganui. November i 6. Wttimea. Nelson, West Coast, Nov. 16. Nikau, Nel6on, Motueka, November 16. Mararoa, Lyttelton, November 16. Hawera,' Patea. November 16. Qncon of .the South, Foxton, Nov. 16. Stormbird. Wanganui, November 16. Calm, Bluff. November 16. TJlimaroa. Lyttelton, November 16. Himitangi, Chatham direct, Nov. 17. Blenheim, Havelock, Sounds. Nov. 17. Orori, southern ports, November 17. Kaikoura, London, way ports, Nov.' 17. Victoria, northern ports, Nov. 18. Oorinna. southern nort's. November 18. Karamea, Patca, November 18. TJlimaroa, Sydney, Hobart, November 18. Tarawera, Lyttelton. Dunedin, Nov. 19. Knurl, Sydney. November 20. Wimmcra,. southern ports, Hobart., Melbourne, November 20.

MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. INTERCOLONIAL SERVICE. MOEBAKI, left Hobart November 13, and leaves Sydney November 18, for Wellington direct. Due here November 22. Leaves Wellington November 25 for Sydney direct. Due there. November 29. MANUKA, left Hobart October 30, and Sydney ■ November 4 for Wellington direct. Arrived here November 8. Left Wellington November 11 for Sydney direct. Due thero November 15. MOKOIA, left Melbourne November 4 for southern ports and Wellington. Arrived here November 12. Left November 13 for Hobart and Melbourne. Due there November 20. TJLIMAROA. left Hobart November 6 and Sydney November 11 for Wellington direct. Due here November 15. Leaves Wellington November 18 for Sydney and Hobart. Duo Sydney November 22. . TB.ISCO SERVICE. MAITAI, left San Francisco November 10 for Wellington, via Papeete and Rarotonga*. Duo Wellington December 2. MOANA, left Wellington November 14 for San Francisco, via llarotonga and Papeete. Due 'Frisco December 1. VANCOUVER SERVICE. jrAKTIRA, left Vancouver October 27 for Auckland, via. Honolulu and Suva. Due Auckland November 15. Leaves same day for Sydney direct. Duo Sydney Nov. 15. ■NIAGARA,. left Sydney OotoW 28, Jar Auckland direct, AjriyeAAuokifwiii Novcm.

bcr 1. Left November 2 for Vancouver, via, Suva and Honolulu, Due Vancouver November 18. OVERSEA. STEAMERS IN N.Z. PORTS. Following is a list showing where the various oversea, steamers trading to and from New Zealcjid ports arc from day to day whilst, they arc on the New Zealand coast;— Inwards. Bound from Where to-day. Hangatira London Port Chalmers Orari Liverpool Wellington Physa Singapore Lyttelton Star of Scotland .. London Wellington Ruapehu London Auckland Outwards. Bound to Karamea London Gisborno Kaikoura London Napier OVERSEA SHIPPING. Steamers. Prom.. Left. Due. Ruapehu London. Sep. 19 Nov. 16 Star of India ...'... London Rod. 25 Deo. 6 Kia Ora London Oct. 8 Deo. 6 Remuera - London Oct. 18 Dec. 11 Oorinthic ' London. Oct. 30 Dec. 14 Nerehana London Oct. 17 Jan. 1 Orari Liverpool Aug. 27 Nov. 12 Athenio Liverpool Oct. 18 Dec. 31 Paporoa, Liverpool Oct. 20 Dec. 27 Themis New York Oct. 3 Nov. 20 Itiouw New York Sep. 21 Dec. 3 Indian Monarch New York Oct.- 3 Dec. 16 Baron Cawdor ... New York Sep. 18 Dec. 15 J-othow ' Now York Oct. 23 Dec. 26 Walton Hall .... New York Nov. 1 Jan. 1 Manuari Montreal Sep. 20 Dec. 5 Ashburton St. John Oct. 7 Dec. 16 Berwick Law ... Montreal Nov. 8 Feb. 13 BY TELEGRAPH. . • OVERSEA. SAN FRANCISCO, November 11. Sailed.—Maitai, for Wellington, via Papeete and Rarotonga. EVERETT (Washington), November 10. Soiled.—Golden Shore, American schooner, for Lyttelton. MELBOURNE. November 12.' Sailed.—Wimmera, for Wellington, . via Hobara. * LONDON, November 13. Sailed.--Tongariro, Indrapura, Maitai, end Themis, for Wellington (N.Z.). SYDNEY, November 14. Arrived—Star of Australia, from Lyttelton. SYDNEY, November 15. Arrived.—Riverina (4 p.m.), and Odland, from New Zealand. NEWCASTLE, November 14.' Sailed.—Waripori and Koromiko, for New Zealand. COASTAL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 'AUCKLAND. Arrived.—Kaituna (2.25 p.m.), from Westport. Sailed.—Paloona, (3 p.m.), for southern ports. NAPIER. Sailed—Ripple (8.30 a..m.), for Wellington, via East Coast. WANGANUI. Arrived.-Kapiti (10,25 a.m.), from Welling, ton. FOXTON. Arrivcd.-Queen of the South (2 p.m.), from Wellington. PICTON. Soiled.—Pctone (2.30 p.m.), for Onehunga. NELSON. ' Arrived;— Alexander (6 a.m.) and Corinna (8.30 a.m.), from Wellington. LYTTELTON. . Arrived.—Victoria (11.20 a.m.), and Physa (11.40 a.m.), from Wellington. SUNDAY,'NOVEMBER 14. ' AUCKLAND. Arrived.—Kahu (8.45 a.m.), from Napier; Tarawcra (4 p.m.), from southern ports. Sailed.—Ruapehu (6.5 a.m.), for Wellington..' WAITARA. To sail—Tflinui (2 a.m.), for Wellington. PATEA. Arrived.—Haivcra (2.30 p.m.), from Wellington. NELSOIt. Arrived.—Niltau (7 a.m.), from Wellinrton. WBSTPORT. Arrived.—A wah'ou (0.10 a.m.) and Putiki (5.5 a.m.), from Wellington. HOKITIKA. Arrived.—Defender (3.55 p.m.), from Wellington. ■ LYTTELTON. Arrived.—Maroroa (1.15 p.m.), from Wellington; Himitangi (10.45 a.m.), from Chatham Islands. PORT OHALMERS. Sailed.—Rachocl Cohen (9 a.m.), for Macnuarie Islands. ■ DUNEDDX Arrived.—Victoria (9.30 a.m.), from northern ports; Invercargill (9.30 a.m.), from Invcrcarglll. . ' - _ .

TJLIMAROA ARRIVES 2 P.M. The local office of Huddart, Parker, and Co. has been, advised by wireless from Captain Wyllic, of the TJlimaroa. that he expects his vessel to arrive in port from Hydney direct at 2 p.m. to-day. The Ulittaroa will berth at the Queen's Wharf No. 1 south to land passengers and cargo before going on to Ly-ttellon to-morrow afternoon.

THE BERWICK LAW.> The New Zealand Shipping Company announce that the chartered 6teamer Berwick Law sailed from Montreal on November 8 for Auckland, via Cape Town. The vessel comes on to. New Zealand from tin Australian port. ASHBURTON FROM CAPE TOWN. The New Zealand' Shipping . Company has received advice that the chartered steamer Ashburton. sailed from Capo Town' on November 10, for Auckland. She loft Montreal on October 7. . STAR OF SCOTLAND. It Is proposed to dispatch the 0. and D. liner Star of Scotland for. Gisborne and Napier to-day. She will load at the northern ports' for Home, and 6hould be back in Wellington in time to sail for London, via Las Palmas, on November 23. MESS-TABLE GOSSIP. Captain Burgess,! late harbourmaster and Customs officer at Picton, arrived by the Hinemoa. on Saturday in order to take up a, position in the Marine Department os surveyor of ships. ■. ' ■ Mr. A. P. Cant, chief officer of the NgaItuta, who met with an accident Borne time ago, has rejoined his ship.. Mr. Bohai, acting-chief officer, will revert to his former position as second,- and Mr. Johnston, late acting-second officer, will come ashore. Captain Post, of the Government Transport Board, went south by the Maarroa on Saturday evening. Captain Lobb, of the Westport Coal Company's Canopus. was a passenger for the south by the Mararoa on Saturday. Captain Robin6on, of the.Union Company's tug and salvage steamer Terawhiti, has resigned from his position in order to tako up the duties of offlcer-in-ohargo of the Lake Wakitipu steamer services. Before leaving for southern ports at 5 p.m. to-day the Monowai will land 486 tona of southern cargo. The old barque Antiope, which has been lying at anchor in the stream for somo time, has, it is understood, been sold by her present owners (the. PapaToa Coal Co.) to a Dunedin buyers. Oaptain F. Holm brought the Antiope across from Australia, and it was originally intended that she should be converted into a hulk here. There is no steamor in "Lloyd's Register" named Celtic Glen, but there. is a very fine full-rigged ship sailing under that name. A Press Association message received from London stated that the Celtio Glen had left for Lyttolton. She was originally called the Iquiquc, and' is a vessel of 1941 tons gross, built in 1892, an* is commanded by Captain Henry. The Kaikoura arrived from Napier yesterday moruing, and berthed at the Glasgow Wharf to fill up before leaving for London early this week. Tho Himiitangi, which is due here from the Chatham Islands, via Lyttelton to-mor-row, will be dispatched on the return trip to the Chat-hams direct at noon on Wednesday.

Tho cargo steamer Waihemo is expected to get away, to-day for Sydney, where Bha continues discharging San Francisco freight.

The Government steamer Hinomoa arrived back in Wellington on Saturday morning, after an absence of several wceke, during which time she visited tho North Island lighthouses. Tho vessel made a special call at Picton en route. It i 6 expected to dispatch the Hinemoa, for southern lighthouses this week. :

It is expected that the Karameo, will leave Gisborne this evening, and she should reach Wellington to-morrow afternoon.

K.JI.S. Makuira is due at Auckland from Vancouver, via Honolulu and Suva, early this morning. She will proceed on to Sydney this afternoon. Continuing her journey from London tho Ruapehu left Auckland for Wellington at 6.5.a.m. yesterday. She- should make port to-morrow morning.

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SHIPPING NEWS, Dominion, Volume 9, Issue 2619, 15 November 1915

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SHIPPING NEWS Dominion, Volume 9, Issue 2619, 15 November 1915

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