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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MORtIOW. Taiaroa Head : 10.37 a.m., 11.0 p- 1 "- * H Chalmers: 11.17 a.m.. 11.40 p.m. Dunedin : 11.47 a.m.. p.m. THE SUN. >"et« to-day. 6.46 p.m.: rises tomorrow. 4.57 a. 111. THE MOON. sets to-morrow. 2.39 a.in. ; rises tomorrow. 1.1 p in. WEATHER REPORTS. The Oi-vei-iiTttent- Meteorologist (Rev. P. C. Batesl supplied the following leitiT npoi 1 Tim to dav 1 ar 11 ei Weat! \u P»nd-W DOl bl I l \ tpiC r—( lb " ">' l" Bl Wit „ini I—N \\ I ('Ol ' M Wei ini.tou—s v f 11,21 '1 ° Upstrort-s «, \\ I 1 "1 ( 1 I < t reiTioutn ' n ' ' ' I J % —\\ il i 0 ' i I < ( hr'stthur h-i 0 6" >' " ! „„ a ni—\ 111 (' i , Ojmani s 1 11 n -1 I ( Hun>' *■> W t ' v " l O, ! ♦-,«,—1 i „ »'!' 'I \ ,„_o t —\\ I I I Ml W - ' 1 " > ' < \i fM-Cibi H 1 I ( ! \burji- \ ,( ' < 1 1 rv-i r, w 1 _ 1 - «» r ( , n-1 '\ 1 - ] < , _x I I 1 V,,k-_\ I 0 I I . r ii: 1 W 1 - 1 ' ' 1%1 I n \ > O U 1,-1 I If 113 It" 1 Hi [I ~ I 1> <> / I Il„ 1I 1 1 ll i i mrl 1 M ha 1 T Uit n, M t\ O \ i thp 1 l\Sl«c\ Mt 1 1 I i ' ] 111 II \pr O In tit in ' n x no i I Ihj n<ti I 1 \ a _n 1 i hi/ 1 oruf, i 1 1 \ u it Vft 1 1 I 111 lif pp -d i f1 1 inii x , ,i(ii lilll 1 t 1 1 1 0,l 1 1 i 111 ,li ' 11 iii s\ MIJ -ti I 1 1 , ,1 .in.i. 1.271 1- 1 ' n 1 On i 1 _ 1 i i \ > 1 I-M 1 1 ' ill 1 t V 1 pi» I ,1 1 11 \ I 1 ti lii r , t 1,1 , . M 'H ■ % 1 r x t 0 11 < 1 W,.v 1 1 1 1 r (Oni ill 1 'il ' ' v 1 I 1 1 tll 1 \ 1 I I 1 in ' t -n I*Kh, , 1 i r 1 11 t I 1 , I 1, . ,n(,11 1 1 ' ' 1 It. |» 1 d 1 - ' O a 1 I » . Ji\ t 1 \\ 1 1 » 1 I Mi iii li- "Ti 1 u 1 VI ' f r ! \ 1 1 I l> ' ~ 1 ' ( Ii! 1 ' 1 I 1 ( ( ii Ih« I 1 11 1 I Ihj ctl 11 1 1 it ' 1-1 1- I ,1 1 J« 1 i. 1 1 11 ( ' I ' "■ " \\ p 1 1 ' l I ' Nr / 1 1 ifl 01 r 11 x 1 , j 1 ( t \ I in I 1 O ii( I ! 1 I 1! 1 i hii I I I A „n r 14 Wf ' n » ii, 1 P fi 1 N < ' \, , \ 1 1 \ i , r x lr \ 1 /eihn I ' 1 v p 1 i!ti ii Irlofl \ i f 1 r I , \\ - nnd \- x 1,1 r M 1 pii , j/scirn hfl ti \i «. N( rk 11 Ot to i \ / ' 1 1 I V. 1 till m II ( OVO, , It I lllllltll 1 i-" 1 ib'f- t tft 1 ii it X e 1 ITU. IHI ' 1 II nn. t \\ j ~ 1 I 1 1 1 I h< rf t 1 1 i iii n _ t*i 1 1 f irfi n \ s 1 ' 1 1 l K pi t U 11 d ' t>m_'h. ! 1 1 (hj Mr T Mi-ur n , I M \ lit f-U it Ni m t r 1 Mi I I M I M I 1 1 • 1 ii ih r Mi T P 1 1 1 I 111 I A!i I I, r ! IHI FT 1 r \ >i 1 \ Ii I I 1 n 1 fir \\ _ f 11 I I 1t "1 11 t / o t 1 1 1 IHI II Itl 1 1 \1 \\ 111 1 -\V 1 1 I \l I M T V \,ii t t 11 ( 1 t {hi f 1 , 1 frrm i 1 it 1 > I ndt 1 1 hf> il f rrf pii n irm It , r ; up i n 1 f T'ul 1 if 1 / 1 11. i-i hj i nf> 1 f-n'ii if _nr 1 I 1 , 1 " 1 Ire -i r th lit if 11 1 m 1 ti <■} kitfk n I 111 II M is T 1 t 1 * , nttft trt ll'l'llltl, Ott 111 l.tlHI I H II 1 K 1 Mt Vdimi st it tlii 1 I oird o' lri'ip Ti ill iric-iiffl 11 -i onrt<oi«' 11 I upih m tn 11111 f i 1 1 1 t «i 1 it 11 p 111 1 11 r> in 1 I ft i k 1- t it ,1 1< 11 1 tr itid s ff en 1 ii ti t\ i Wf «.nte I nith iTO o Mfijri f 1 I r n hll In it p t Itr r.nJ 11 mm hi I ti _ t ?r oim 1 1 11 rl r Hi 11 11 1 1 1 I t 111 t d"Pti tir 1t it r\ 1, 1 fl< it fl i I urf 1«■ m I (li 1 bo on hi ,1 t n 1 1 11 11 1 rnifd Mr \ Imi at b m 1 nifndwl thp dd t 1 1 1 7 ir I Tr 1 PII K \ir \KI I" I I il 'i Hip Is Fii 1 n V iu 1 • IJ \ MOl 111 O 1 1 7 Ihe lq 1 n' i L ' 3 Iti K1 1 ' 1 t-a bpf u if rn ikl -d Ihj i 1 lii f tif I f urt 1 t \ tin u 1 tint n_, t > hj na tl -> \o 1 hk! utll 11 I hi 11 jut \ 1 1 red'on f f Iti hit 111 <l nn_ i [ll \ ptiel leik 1 n li t, It >u it mp is Ihi tEer ii is 11 i ii ' t i; irl! 1* help ts > 11 thirii, t lis 1 \ ill II ml rjtnntiti llnuji ri In i\eie t,i ui t ioiin<l tli° »i"ll 'hi lit li liljcti I\tt«ltou an I W 1 111 11 n 11 sut ct II n 1 iirdiiu 111 i tan V p I i ( ul 1 1 in 111] t 1 ! tit bwdi \ t- t 111 \ _ 1 1 mnp-fl 01U1 ( tif t 1 virthliip '< mi 1 ml a r t lln 1) irn n n n f i o 1 111 I 1 to 1 i, rf (. I rplll 11 Ili it t' mi ifi tif bat 11 1 1 1 'nl* t 11 it 1 nnd hi* 1 \ \ < itht 1 11 us 1 n 1 df-n eb\tl f lif ♦ n ill i ti i'l wit >,trdiiie«l 11 ot iw-ie I 11 a.id l'i tnturp of tnt d lit tut t «.le* 1 .m »u h ee<t3 that if \ <icn i t tiii uie Kll raki foundered. It was clear from the evidence and e.tperieneo of other master in the same vicinity that it was neeessar to Hteer a wide course that niaht. Cup tain Scott, of the Kairnki, would probably .s.»t a fairly wid« course. Two theoric. i-fore open to account far his beint; <:-10.-»e inslmrc —that he made great leeway, and. R-ssttraini? a breakdown, that the vessel was making -urater and Ee attempted to Fen*h her. The fJourt recommended that, trreat«r attention bn paid to tlif* better seciring of thp hatches by providing more rWwartship beanu and more fore an«l. aft hparn*, and se<uring both w-ts of beams hx rivet* and bolls; by providing; bars or .'trap*, of either iron or wood, to be placed fore and aft on top of the hatches :"r,r greater security in rough weather. Th* "Court found that the Ivairaki -was sufficiently manned and equipped. OVERSEA STEAMERS. MELBOURNE, October 26.—Port Maeqnario, from London.

FHTPPIXG TELEGRAMS.

AUCKLAND. October 26.—6.30 p.m., Waitpm.ita, from' southern ports.—4.2o p.m., Potoriia., for Wellington. KAIPARA. October 26.—Odlind. from Newcastle.—lhumittn, for Sydney. WELLINGTON. October 26.—7.10 a.™.. Manuka, from Sydney. I.YTTrII.TON, October 26.—Monowai. for Wellington. OAMAT.'U, October 26.-11 p.m., Coriltmi, from Diinediii. BLUFF. October 26. 8.20 a.m., Paloona. from Hobart (with ;ui English mail}. (For continuation see Lats Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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