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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. "Taiaroa Head : 6.42 a.m., 7.14 p.m. ■- ■ Port Chalmers : 7.22 a.m., 7.54 p.m. Ounedin : 7.52 a.m., 8.24 p.m. THE SUN. " Seta toKlay, 6.41 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 6.4 tun. THE MOON. Sets to-dav, midnight; rises to-morrow, 8.1,0 a.m. First quarter, October 26, 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, blue »kv, be the atmosphere clear or heavv : C, clouds, passing clouds; D. drizzling rain; F. foggy; O, gloomv. dark weather; H. hail; L, oS ht " nin!»;"M, misty; 0, overcast, th<s whole •ley covered with thick i'loads : P, passing showers; Q. squally; R. rain, continued rain; S. sonw; T, thundeT; U, ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied ♦he following at noon to-day :—Stroii.u south-westerly winds; cool and changeable; glass has a rising tendency; tides good: sea moderate. ARRlVED.—October 22. Kotare. s.s. (7.45 p.m.). 141 tons. Treiirn, from Riverton. Physa, s.s. (7.15 a.m.i. 2.438 tons. Miles, for Westpurt. The Kamona loads eoal -it Westport early next week for Timnru, Oamaru, and Dnnedin. The Flora leaves West port to-morrow night for Bluff and Dunedin. The Westralia sailed to-day tor Auck- ' land via East Coast ports. The Taviuni sailed to-day for the \\ e.st Coast via ports. The Kowhai is due iiere on Sunday from Oamaru, and sails on Tuesday for Napier. Gisborne. and ports. The Phvaa, -which has been unloading oil for some days, sailed this morning for Westport, whence she svill proceed to Singapore. The Tavinni, having completed her overhaul at Port Chalmers, and had a new funnel and donkey boiler fitted, came up to Dunedin this forenoon to resume her West Coast running. The Warrimoo went down to the Port this forenoon for overhaul. Captain H. W. Parsons, master of the Union Company's steamer Tarawer.-i, has been appointed harbor master at Napier. vice Captain Lake (resigned). Captain Lake has been granted three months' leave on full pay, as a mark of the Harbor Board's appreciation of his valuable services during the past 12 years. The chartered steamer Knight of the Garter left Sydney yesterday for Auckland. The vessel came originally from Montreal, and has 1.200 tons'of Canadian

merchandise to discharge at that port, where she is due about October 27. "" V The New Zealand Shipping Company'? liner Rotorna, which arrived at Welling- . ton from London on Tuesday afternoon. had an uneventful passage. The vessel sailed from London on September 4 for Hobart direct, and whilst passing through the Downs was stopped and board*.-*! by naval officers for examination, this causing a delay of a couple of hours. Fine weather, with variable winds, was experienced during the greater part of the voyage, which was accomplished without further incident. Captain 1. A. Sutcliffe is still in command of the Rotorua. The liner left Wellington on 'Wednesday morning for Auckland to discharge 2,700 tons of cargo at that port. She will subsequently return to Wellington to put out f 2,100 "ton,3 of cargo. The vessel will ; afterwards go to Lyttelton to discharge ! 960 tons, and to Port Chalmers to unload | 700 tons of cargo. Tilt* 'Sydney Shipping List' states that the Burns, Philp liner Montorn, en route to Sydney from Singapore, called at Port Darwin on the 13th inst., and. according to a passenger on hoard, when the Mwitoro left Java, thp German cruiser Emden —the vessel that, did so much damage ■" to British shipping—was interned nt Sabang until the end of tW war. The steamer also brought the news that the G.M.S. Roon was still at Tjilit/ap, ;m<]

' the German-Australian liners Sydney and . Lubeck were also in port there, availing '. themselves .of tho shelter afforded by a neutral port. Newspaper information from the East indicates trade as satisfactory. "'"* The Warrimoo, which arrived from Auckland and the East Coast yesterday. brought the following passengers : Misses Baker. Wilkinson. Power, Beaumont. ; Milne. Witham. Lewis. Searle, Wells. Mesdamea Wilkinson. Francis, Barbour. Beaumont, Fraser, .Montgomery, Reed, Patterson, Messrs Grove. Clark, Heir, Kennedy, Francis. Williams. Montgomery. Boas, Fraser, Aislabie. Ma> Kay, Rev. Mr Neild : and 19 steerage. THE FERRY SERVICE. The Monowai. from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 9.40 this morning, and connected with the second express for the south. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND. October 23.-6 a.m., Moorabool. from Newcastle. BLUFF. October 23.—5.30 a.m., Indralema, from Port Chalmers. SYDNEY, October 22.—Xerehana, from Wellington.—l p.m., Riverina, for Auckland.

i (For continuation see Lata Shipping.)

Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland —W., 1 29.95 59 CP Napier—E., 1 29.8? 60 B Wanjpmui—X.W., br 29.93 57 BC Wellington—S., 1 29.86 59 BC Weatport—S.S.W., br 29.89 54 B Grevinonth —S-, 1 29.93 56 , B Beaiey—W.. fl> 29.94 55 B C Omstchurch —E., 1 ... 29.96 59: B Tiniarn—S.E., 1 29.92 58 BC Oamaru—K., 1 29.88 55 Oil Dtmedin—S.W., I ... 29.86 54 BC Quaemtown—Calm ... 29.85 53 BC Nwffgets—W.. £b Bluff—W.S.W.. fb ... 29.76 50 G 29.88 50 0 Z Pavaei;«T Point— " " S.W., 1 ... 29.89 48 C Invepcartsill—W-, fb 29.74 48 OP Clyde—Calm — 64 — Roxburgh—Calm . . 29.57 52 B C Pembroke— X., 1 28.30 54 B Nasebv—Calm 27.85 51 BC Balcltitha—S.W., fb — 65 —

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SHIPPING., Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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