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SHIPPING., Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
HIGH WATER. TOMORROW. Taiaroa Head; 7.46 aim., 3.20 pm. Port Chalmers: 8.26 a.m., 9.0 p.m. Dunedin: 8.56 a.m., 0.30 p.m. , XOSPAY. Taiaroa Head: 8.51 a.m., 9.20 p.m. Port Chalmers: 9.31 a.m.. 10.0 p.m. Dunedin: 10.1 a.m., 10.30 p.m. THE SUN Set* to-day, 6.42 p.m.; rises to morrow, 6,2 a-*n. Sets to-morrow, 6.43 p.m.; rises Monday, 5.0 a.m. THE MOON. Sets to-morrow, 0.4 a.m.: rises to-mor-row, 9.24' 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 : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland —S.W., 1 ... 30.11 69 BC Napier—Calm ..._ 30.07 6- O Wanganui—N.N.W., 1 30.19 59 BC Wellington—N., hr ... 30.06 5o O Westport—S.S.W., hr 30.CL 54 BC Greymouth—S.W., I 30.12 56 0 Bealev—W. £ b ... 30.09 o3 B C 1 ... 30.08 60 BC Timaru-E.. 1 30.02 o7 BO Oamaru—Calm 29.97 60 B G Dunedin— N.E., 1 ••• 29.95 o5 B Queenstown —Calm ... BC Nuggets—N.W., fh 29-86 2? v Bluff—W.N.W., 1 - 29.92 50 OZ Bafclutha —S.W.. lb $5 fj k Pembroke—Calm ... 28.90 oo Bt Clyde—Calm Roxburgh—N.. 1 29.60 o5 C Port Chalmers — N.. fb ... 29.87 *Oi O Invercargill—Calm ... 29.86 52 O Nasehv— Calm 28.00 on olt Weather.—B, blue skv, be 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 skv covered with thick clouds: P. passing showers; Q. squally; R. rain, continued rain; S. snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance: Z, hazy. Forecast. The * Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied Mis following at noon to-day ;—Strong western- winds; cloudy to overcast; rain probable; glass has a falling tendency; tides good; sea moderate. SAlLED—October 23. Taviuni. s.s. (5.15 p.m.),_ 1,542 tons, Doorley. for West Coast via ports. Kotare, s.s. (5.40 p.m.). 141 tons, Treurti, for Bluff and Invercargill. ARRlVED.—October 24. _ Corinna, s.s. (8.10 a.m.), 1,271 tons, p. Cameron, from Timaru. The Mokoia left Lyttelton this afternoon, and is due here to-morrow morning. She sails on Tuesday for Auckland via East Coast ports. The Manuka left Sydney yesterday for Wellington. The Moeraki was to leave Wellington to-day for Sydney and Hobart. The Paloona left Hobart last night for the Bluff and Dunedin. The Kowhai leaves here on Tuesday for Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, Napier Spit, and Gisborne wharf. The Flora was expected to leave Greymouth to-day for the Bluff and Dunedin. She is due here about the middle of next •week, and sails on Thursday for the West Coast and New Plymouth via ports. The Kamona leaves Westport on Tuesday with a cargo of coal for Timaru, Oamaru, and Dunedin. The Warrimoo went down to Port Chalmers yesterday morning, and will remain there til! Friday, when she takes up the Paloona"a running in the Bluff-Mclbourne route.
Tic- Marin? Department advise- that Penearrow high light will be exhibited to show to seaward as formerly on and after to-night, the 24th inst. ; that the low-level light at entrance to Wellington Harbor wilt be exhibited on and after Tuesday next, weather permitting its relighting. hut. if not then, as soon aftex as possible. The fog signal will be fired during fogs on and after the 24th inst. Advices received from Suva state that the American four-masted schooner S. T. Alexander. Captain Lorenzen, which left Puget Sound on July 18 for Pago Pago, struck a reef off Tuku, north of the Tongan group, on September 29. The captain and five men set out in an open boot and reached Mang>, Fiji, after five days’ severe buffeting, quite exhausted The vessel was breaking up when tho partyleft. The mate and 16 men were left on Tukji. which ; s an uninhabited island. The advent of the fine steamers Rotorua, Ruahine. and Remrera into the New Zealand Shipping Company’s LonclonWellington service made passengers somewhat fastidious, so the older steamers Ruapehu, Tongariro, Rimutaka, and Turakina had to makr way for them, and were only kept occupied just when and where occasion require I Now, however, this is likely to be altered, for tho four of them have had the passenger accommodation remodelled and brought up to date, and, besides, will in future only carry two classes of passengers—first and third. The _ improvaments comprise enlarged smoking and music rooms, a lengthier promenade deck, and more comfortable fittings generally. THE FERRY SERVICE. The ’Wahine. from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.55 this morning, and connected with the first express for the south. lONIC, FROM LONDON. The Shaw, Savill and Albion liner lonic, due at Wellington about November 4 from London, is bringing tire following passengers from England:—For ion: First saloon—Misses J. Becknell. M. Hall-Thompson, R. Hall-Thompson, Mesdames Edwards, Mahln, Hall-Thompson, Messrs D. Byron, A. E. Mabin, E. Mabin. W. Oxley, Master A. Hall-Thompson; second saloon—Misses N. Atkin. S. Brock. D. Corrigan, A. H. Eve, C. Hine. Kenny, E. Ryan, S. M. Spearing, M. Watts, H. Wolff, Mcsdames Ashworth, Bradburn, Gibson, Ryan, Simmons, C. W. Spearing, Thompson, Watts, Rev. H. Ryan, Messrs T. H. Ashworth, J. C*. Bradburn. I. Bradburn, A. J. Gibson, W. N. Haire, J. Kenny, A. Simmons, M. E. Stahl, C. G. Staveley, J. Thompson, C. J. Watts, J. Wolff: ICO third class. For Auckland: First saloon—Miss A. Windsor, Mesdames N. Mallons, Julian, Messrs C. B. Bevins, J. T. Julian; second saloon—Misses C. M. Ahern, E. Stewart, M. Stoddard, 0. Atkinson. V. Carson i2), L. Hick. J. R. Dawson. Loveffl, L. Rooke, W. Sketch, G. E. Spinney, C. Vingoe, M. Wollatt. Alesdames C. Dale, Hick, Kelly. J. 11. Lawson, E. Stewart. Stoddard, Messrs F. G. Brown, N. Challenger, A. Hick, T. Kelly’, H. S. King, J. R. Lawson, A. E. Potter, S. M. Robinson, T. F. Stoddard, Masters G. and. F. Kelly. For Gisborne : First saloon—Mrs Rutledge. Mr W. Rutledge; second saloon—Misses R. Buffer, X. Facy, A. L. Mansfield, M. Wilbraham, Mesdames Bullen, 51. Pearson. Wilbra ham. Messrs H. G. Bullen, C. T. Jefferd, W. Turnbull, M. Wilbraham, Master G. Bullen. For • Lyttelton : First saloon— Misses E. Jameson, M. Jameson. N. Reece, Mesdames A. Jameson, Reece, Messrs H. F. Reece, C. S. Thomas; second saloon—Miss A. Brown, Messrs D. Buchanan, A. T. Forster. For Napier: Second saloon—Mia Betley, Messrs T. Betley, A. Murley. For Timaru; Second saloon—Messrs E, T. Maxwell, E. Taverner For Oamaru: Second saloon—Mr. W, H. Boylett. For Port Chalmers: Second saloon—Mesdames B. Caldwell, Waldie, Messrs J. Waldie, W. Turnbull. For New Plymouth; Second saloon—Miss M. Gillett, Mrs K. A. Dale. For Wanganui : Second saloon—Messrs J. L. Masterton, O.- Hawea. There aro also 454 third class passengers for various New Baalanri portal
MARINE COLLISION. SECOND MATE FINED. AUCKLAND, October 23. The special nautical court of inquiry into the collision on June 25 between . the steamer Clansman and the scow Tahiki gave their decision to-day. The Clansman was held blameworthy for failing to keep a good lookout, and tho second mate, who was supposed to bo keeping a lookout and did not, was fined £lO. The master of the Clansman %vas absolved from blame. THE KAIRAKI WRECK. NAUTICAL INQUIRY. CHRISTCHURCH, October 23. The magisterial inquiry into the circumstances of the loss of the Kairaki off Greyraouth on September 26 was continued at Lyttelton this morning before Mr J. S, Evans, S.M., and Captain Black and Mr Hamilton (assessors). Alexander W. Bethune, inspector of machinery and surveyor of ships, stated that ho remembered the damage done to her in April at the Kaiapoi bar. He made an internal survey on May 4 at Lyttelton, and saw the engines running. There was a length of tne intermediate shaft bent. She showed signs of straining in the engine room. On May 6 she went into dock. On May 4 he considered her unaeaworthy. On May 5 he made a detailed examination, and found that about 400 rivets had to be replaced outside and about 100 inside in the vicinity of the engine room. Other repairs were also carried out, including the fitting of several angle, irons. To the Chairman: The bed plate of the engines was not knocked about, but had to be rolined. He had not heard that the boilers moved two inches since she was fired up. If the vessel was lilting about two feet on the bar she would bump severely, and would ho apt to do damage to herself and start something. He considered the hatches sufficiently strong to stand rough weather. Ho thought the beams fitted into the socket, and. were not securely fixed. It was not usual to secure them. He remembered that the gooseneck of the derrick slipped into the socket, bus he was not aware that it was fastened by a pin. If it was not secured the sea breaking over would move the derricks. Alter reviewing the diver's report witness said that the port side of the bridge of (ha ship was store in, and in his opinion it appeared as if tho damage was done by the sea before she went down. The new blades fitted to the propeller at Lyttelton were of steel, and should have been able to stand all the sea. She was classed A 1 a: Lloyd’s, and should have been a good sea boat, but no vessel, in his opinion, was altogether safe in broken water, which at Grey mouth was about 10 miles out. On the day of the- incident the Kairaki was a,bout two and a-quarter miles inside. Other witnesses were examined, and the inquiry was then adjourned. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON. October 23.-6 p.m.. Mokoia, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. Passengers : For Lyttelton—Miss M'Leod, Messrs M'Lcod (3), Kelsall; and one steerage. For Dunedin —Miss Reach. Mesdames Walcott, Hurst, Mr M'Bride; and six steerage. LYTTELTON, October 24.—'7.30 a.m., Westralia, from Dunedin. TIMAEU, October 23.—9.30 p.m., Corinna, fur Dunedin. O AMARU, October 23.—11.30 p.m., Taviuni, from Dunedin. BLUFF, October 23.-4.45 p.m., Pakeha, for Port Chalmers.—October 24 : 5 a.m., Indralema, for Brisbane. SYDNEY, October 23.—6 p.m., Maitai. from Wellington.—6 p.m., Kurow, from New Zealand.—2.3o p.m.. Manuka, for Wellington. NEWCASTLE. October 23.—Prophet, for New Zealand. FREMANTLE, October 23.—Medina, from London. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)
SHIPPING., Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
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