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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MORPOW. Taiaroa Head: 9.47 a.m.. 10.12 p.m. Port Chalmers : 10.27 a.m., 10.52 p.m. Dunedin: 10.57 a.m.. 11-22 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 6.44 p.m.; rises -to-morrow, 4.59 a.m. THE MOON. .Sets to-morrow 2.17 a.m.; rises to-mor-Jovv, 1.1 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Oovermr.ent Meteorologist (Rev. P. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—W.. 1 ... 30.03 60 O Napier—S.W., 1 ... 29.94 63 P Wansranui-N.E., 1 30.03 58 O Wellington—S.E., 1 ... 30.02 57 O Westport—Calm ... 29.98 61 0 Grevmouth—E.. br ... 29.94 5b OO Chr'istchurch—N.W., 1 30.08 60 (H. TimaTu—N.E., 1 ... 30.05 55 0 6 Oamam— E., 1 29.90 55 O Diuiedin— S.W.. fb 29.88 54 BC Queenstown—Calm ... 29.88 58 BO fb ... 29.86 51 / Blurf—W.S.W.. fb ... 29.91 5t hj C Balclutha—S.W., 1 ... - 58 M; Clyde—N.W.. 1 -_. fl ]l\, Pembroke—Calm ... 28.15 5/ M Port Chalmers — Sff, l ... 29.95 56 C Kasebv—Calm ' 28.00 53 DC Roxburgh-Calm ... 29.60 58 BC Pnysegur Point—W.. i 29.93 51 G Wither.—B, bine skv. be the atmosphere clear or heavy ; C. clouds, passing clouds; D. drizzling rain; F. foggy; G, ploomv. dark weather; TI, hail; L, lißhtningfjl, mistv: O. overcast, the whole skv covered with thiik clouds; P, passim: showers; Q. squally, R. rain, continued rain; S, snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance: Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. T). C. Bates) supplied ♦ha following at noon to-day :—Expect showery and changeable weather: barometer has a rising tendency: tides moderate. ARRlVED.—October 25. Kowhai. s.s. (7.15 a.m.). 792 tons, Henri cr. from Oamaru. Mokoia, s.s. (8.45 a.m.). 3.502 tons. Drcwette. from Aii'.khm! via East Coast port.--. Passengers : Mistes Noble. Cains. Ma.-kcrras. M'Carter. Nurse P.instc.Kl. | Mesdauies Smith and chi:d. .Tones, Hurst, Kemh. Walcott. M'Carter, Messrs Moure, Smith. M'Lend and family. M'Bride, M'faiter. Vane. Cugan, M'Keenan ; ami 11 steerage. InvcrcarciU. s.s. (9.15 a.m.). 223 tons. Gillies, from southern port.-. October 26. Breeze, s.s. |3.15 a.m.). 505 tons, Gordon, from l.yttelton. Theresa Ward, tug (6 a.m.). 195 ton's. Lovott. from the Bluff. The Russian ship Pampi came up from | Port Chalmers this morning to continue discharge of Marseilles tiles. Theresa Ward, the Bluff tut;, reached Port Chalmers this morning for periodical docking. The [nverrargill berthed at Port Chal- I mers yesterday with a load of Stewart island' timber' for the outfitting of the I steamer Verdnla as a troopship. j 'Die Mokoia sails to-morrow for Auck- j laud via East Coast ports. 1 The Kamona leaves Westport to-morrow I with a cargo of coal for Timaru. Oamaru, and Tinned in. The Fakeha- reached Port Chalmers on Saturday morning from the Bluff to load a large quantity of frozen and other produce. She leaves for the North about the middle of the week. The Faloona left Hohart on Friday night for Bluff and Dunedin. On arrival here she will lay mj tor overhaul, and her place in the Bluff-Melbourne route will be taken by the Warrimoo. which leaves here on Friday. The Kowhai sails to-morrow for Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, Napier Spit, and Gisborne wharf. The Flora is <Uif hc-e from CrTeymouth tin Wednesday, an<l sails again on Thursday for the West Coast and New Plymouth via ports. The Invereargill sails to-morrow for southern ports. In connection with the projects! voyage of the U.S. ami A. Line steamer Cape Corso from New York to New Zealand via Panama, it is believed that Auckland will be the first port of call, and Iron? Dunedin the vessel v/il! Cross- to Melbourne. This new route will mean the savins of considerably over a- month upon the trip from New York. The New Zealand and African Steamship Company have been advised by cable that the A. aiul A. Line chartered ] steamer Purley sailed from New York on the 9th bust, for Auckland. Wellington. Lyttelton. and Dunedin. The vessel i> due at Wellington about December 19. The Purley is a vessel of-4.294 tuns gross, and 2.785 tons net. owned by the Reliance Shipping Company (Houlder. Middieton, and Co.. managers), London. She was built, in 1906. OVERSEA STEAMERS. SYDNEY, October 25. Knight of the Garter, for Auckland. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS-. GREAT BARRIER. October 25.Melbourne, for Svdnev. WELLINGTON, October 24.-5.35 p.m.. MoeTaki. for Svdnev. GREYMOUTH, October 24.—Kanna. for Svdney. BLUFF', October 25.-6 p.m., Theresa Ward, tug. for Port Chalmers. NEWCASTLE. October 25.—Karori, for New Zealand. VANCOUVER, October 25. —Niagara, from Auckland. AUCKLAND. October 25.—Zealandie. for Wellington.—October 26 : 10 a.m., Riverina. from Svdnev. WESTPORT. October 26.-5.5 a.m... Physa, from Port Chalmers. MELBOURNE. October 26.—Port Macquarie, from London. fFor continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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