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HIGH WATER. TO-MOBKOW. Taiaroa Head: 2.46 a.m., 3.12 p.m. Port Chalmers: 3.26 a.m., 3.52 p.xn. Dunedin : 3.56 a.m., 4.22 p.m. THE SUN. Set* to-day, 6,34 p.m,; rises to-morrow, 6.10 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-morrow, 4,54 a.m.; seta tomorrow, 8.10 p.m. —Phases During October. — October 19 New moon 6.4 p.m. October 26 First quarter 10.14 a.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day :

Weather.—B, bine sky, bo the atmosphere clear or heavy; C, clouds, passing clouds; D, drizzling rain; F. foggy; G, gloomy, dark weather; H, hail; L, lightning; M, misty; 0, overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds; P, passing showers; Q, squally; E. rain, continued rain; S. snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day :: —Strong southerly winds; cold and changeable; very cold night: glass has rising tendency; tides good; sea moderate swell. ARRlVED.—October 18. Wostralia (4.30 p.m.), 3,000 tons. Bates, from Auckland via ports. Passengers; Mesdames Hopkins. Rutherford, Sha-r----m.i-n, Mitchelson, Mason, Bullock. Misses Thompson, Stafford. Corson, Marryatt, Messrs Francis, Rutherford, Brown, Johnston (2), Wise. Mason, Reed, Chappell, and. Croft; seven in the steerage. October 19. Invercargill, s.s. (7 a.m.), 223 tons, Gillies, from Invercargill. SAlLED.—October 18. Indralema, s.s. (5, a.m.), 4.344 tons, Hodgson, for Bluff. The Warrimoo, on arrival here about Thursday, from Auckland, will be withdrawn from the service, and her place taken by the Westralia. The Warrimoo takes up the Mokoia’s run from here the following Tuesday. The Taviuni leaves here next Sunday for the West Coast via Oamarn, Timaru, and Lyttelton. The Victoria will leave for Auckland to-morrow via way ports, and will continue in the coastal service in the meantime. The Gorinna is due here on Thursday. She is timed to leave here on Saturday for Lyttelton, Wellington, and New Plymouth. She will proceed to Lyttelton direct owng to Monday, October 26, being a holiday {Labor Day). The jKaitangata. leaves .Melbourne tomorrow for the Bluff. The Kanna was loading timber at Greymouth to-day for Sydney. The Wairuna is loading a full cargo of timber at Kaipara for Sydney. The Hanley is now at Lyttelton discharging coal. Towards the end of the week she leaves for Oamaru to discharge the balance of her cargo. The W T anaka was loading at Sydney to-day for Auckland. The Waitemata, due at Timaru to-day, loads produce for Auckland. The Waihora left Westport to-day with coal for Auckland. After discharging about 500 tons of West of England cargo the Indralema left yesterday morning for Bluff to discharge the balance of her cargo. From Bluff she will proceed direct to Australia to load Homeward cargo. The Rotorua, from London, was expected to arrive at Wellington at 4 p.m. to-day. OVERSEA STEAMERS. AUCKLAND, October 17.—11.50 p.m.. Star of Scotland, from New York via Sydney.—October 18 : 8.35 a.m., Zealandic, from Liverpool. SYDNEY, October 17.—Riverina, from Auckland. LONDON. October .17.—Mamari, for New Zealand. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, October 13.—12,15 p.m., Mokoia, from southern ports.—The barque Rona, 12 days out from Newcastle, was reported in Hauraki Gulf at 8 a.m. today. LYTTELTON. October 17.—3.30 p.m.. Active, for Noumea.—9 p.m., Westralia. for Dunedin.—ll.lo p.m.. Tarawera. for Wellington.—Midnight, Breeze, for Wellington.—October 18 : 9.30 a.m.. Flora, for Timaru.—l.2o p.m., Monowai. for Wellington. SUVA, October 19.—Tofua, for Tonga and Samoa.—Gpawa, from the Bluff. WELLINGTON, October 18. —2.15 p.m., Tarawera, from Lyttelton.—October 19 : 10 a.m., Maitai, for Sydney. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)

Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—S., 1 30.37 54 BC N apier—S.W. ,1 30.44 52 O Wanganui—S.E., 1 ... 30.45 55 B Wellington—S. S. E. - 1 30.46 68 B Westport—E., 1 30.50 S3 B C Greymouth.—E., 1 ... 30.42 53 B Bealey—E-, 1 30.41 48 B B Christchurch—Calm 50.47 50 Timaru—N.E., 1 30.34 47 BC Oamam— r Calm 30.42 45 B Dunedin—S.W., fb 30.38 49 B Queenstown —Calm ... 30.41 46 B 'Nuggets—S.W., fb 30.31 48 G Bluff—W.S.W., fb 30.39 48 BCP Invercargill-—W.. m g 30.35 47 C P Roxburgh—N.W., 1 30.15 48 B C Port Chalmers— S.W., fb ... 30.28 52 BC Naseby—Calm 28.35 43 BC Baklutha—S.W., £ b — 49 BC Clyde—Calm — 58 B PuyseguT Point— S.W., 1 ■ ... 30.46 47 Cr

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SHIPPING., Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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