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j HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Talaroa Hoad; 0.25 a.m.. 0.41 t>.m. Fort Chalmers : 1.3 a.m.. 1.21 p.m. Dunedin : 1.33 a.m.. 1.51 p.m. : THE SUN. Sets to-dav. 6.50 p.m.; rises to-morrow, f 4.52 a.m. ' i THE MOON. I Seta to-morrow. 3.30 a.m.; rises tomorrow , 4.18 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Rates) supplied the t.iUowmg weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day Bar. Thor. W oatb.

Weather. —B, blue skv. bo the atmosphere clear or heavy: C. Umid?, passing ••lends; D, drizzling rain; F. foggy’;. G, gloomy, dark weather: H, bad; L. nglu- | nlnct; M, misty; 0. overcast, the w hole i sky;'covered with thick jlouds :1. passing showers; Q, squally: R- ram, coiitimied i rain; S. snow; T. thunder; U. ng.y, threatening appearance: Z. hazyFor.ECAsr. The Government M-t-nmiogist (R;’ v- . T>. C. Bates) supplied *he fodowinp | L at noon to-day -Strong westerly ga ; j stormy ■weather may be e:j>wtc,U ram , snow in high country; g-us hj,t ’ 1 ■l tides good; sea rougn (| !t i-c cc i - - ( ARRIVED. —O telwr 2A I Tarawera, s.s. (4.40 p.m j. *nn>. i Drewctto. from Auckland via ports. Passengers :-M>- - M’Donald. / Knigh* (2), Noble, Mf.-i.ums N-ili, Umn- / tain. King. Urnmbie. ■bmii.-nn. 1:1 ( Knight, Thompson. -Milne. Hrangr-. I Iph ; and 17 steerage. SAILED. —October 29. ( I Flora, a.s. (5 p.mA. 1.275 tons, Bar-m. | for the West I ’oast ! ... Kotarc, s.s. (5.20 p.m.B bUtena Ire- j urn. for Bluff, i nveivuvg;::. ami"ii. j The Vrammoo sailed to-day Ur lAttclton, Wellington. Hobait. tmd MJUmrne. j The Tarawera left tin: tuierm.ou tot j Auckland via Eiust (’oast {«■««. I The Manuka leaves Wellington to-<lay , for Sydney and Hobart. | The Moeraki leaves Hobart on Monday , for Sydney. Wellington. an<l LyjU’.tpn. i The Kamona left \\ e-itport at i o cn-ek this morning for Tinian;. D.iitiani, and Dunedin. The Flora sailed imt twr.n: t'T Hie ' West Coast via ports. The Kotare 'sailed last night Ur soiitnern ports. , ’ After wintering at Wellington t tie Ho- ’ vernment training steamer Amoknra to | sail about the end ot tins week on mm ; spring cruise to the outlying southern island groups in -cardt of ca.staway.s pad to examine- the provision depots. Ibe vessel will proceed down the coast- ot the South Island, calling at various (a rts, to enable the recruits to bed their " sea j a -h’gs.” , 1 v ■ The Lyttelton Harlan- Board s tug Lyt- j tclton is at present in do<i: rem-iving her I annual overhaul, and in the meantime Hie ferry launches Moin'-a and Pnv m will assist- with the work id attending 9'l various vessels. The bn■ ket dredge is I also laid up for overhaul. j The Zealandie is due at Dunedin a bunt | next Tuesday to complete dt.-.-narge ot j iter inward cargo. She goes to Ron Un.d- | mers for Homeward ioadmg. in! then i sails for the Bind ami noi-tnern feet'-, i Her final departure for London will be j about the end of Novemb r. t THE HIVE MO A. Tho C’oUe-tor ol Uustnms has been { notified by the Marine Department that ■ the Government rteanwr Ilinemoa. on tier : southern lighthouse trip. exp- ted to j arrive in Dunedin on Ihursdaj next. | After shipping stores iu-re slie pro- | ceed to Bluff, fiiutllv leaving that nml - on or about November 12 tor the \\est , Coast bounds and bays, and either Urey- j , month or Westport. i THE FERRY SERV(UK. | The Monowai. from Wellington, arrived i at Lyttelton at 9.45 this morning, and . umnecle>ti with the .-e'-nnd express tor lite south. THE RIKMUNK. WELLINGTON. U.-tob' r 29, ! The Collector of Customs Im1«| a | r p - , timiriary inquiry to-dav r-ortec-nmtg tinI- mishap to the steamer Ruahine. The. evidence adduced sliowtd hut the leak was due to the mem pert d-mr urn fitting perfectly and the p.- aing apparently failing to withstand toe wc-gltt m water pressing inwards. It is urKb-rsluml ' that the- officials e'.insider that no leannis attachable to anyone, and that linJief Inquiry 'is unnecessary. Satisfactory progress F being made with the reconditioning of the , he-se that got wet. and reload me has started. It is cxpectwl that the vi-s>>9 will be able to resume her voyage on Saturday morning. OVERSEA STEAMER.3. WELLINGTON. (>■ ;Jmr 22. 0.50 a.rn.. Star of Scotland, from N' W loik. LONDON, O-tober 28.—Delphi-. from New Zealand.—\\ a-.ntate. for \\ clhngton. SHIPPING TKLEHRAMS. AUCKLAND, October 29. -6.30 p.m.. Waihora. for Fiji. —O- toll, r oO ; 1.20 a.m., Kiiight of the I la: ter. nmi rsvdncy. WELLINGTON. O-tob.-r 29. -9 5 p.m.. Corinna. for N-ison and N-tv Rlvinouth. OA3MARU. Oetoher 29. 10 p.m.. Flora, from Port Clialmcr:. BLUFF, October 3!L-5 mm., rnv.-r-m--gill, from Dunedin. -7.40 a.m.. luvwi argil], for Invercargill. SYDNEY. October 2<L—Kant-ma. fi-i.m Westport.—6 p.m., Makura. (or \ an-t-onver via Auckland. NEWCASTLE. October 29. - T,.k.mnirtt. for New Zealand, x. .. SUVA, October 29.—Toiua. for Sydney. LONDON, October 23.—Alumna, S'-hooner. for Wellington. LYTTELTON. October 29.—8.5 p.m.. Star of Scotland, for Port Chalmers. [‘ (For continuation see Late Shipping.)

He was the new pupil teacher, and he wished to begin his lessen ju an interesting way. He therefore placed on the table a _ pad of water, and tn'o this he plunged his right hand. When he had withdrawn it Ire tied: "Now, hoys, what's the matter with my hand?" "Ka wot. sir." was thmif’cr d j, kick- “ Very good," he continuedour lesson this morning is mi ' perspiration.’ " hj The classification of the executive branch t: of the British fleet is as follows:—Adk niirala of the fleet, admirals, vice-admirals, rear-admirals, commodores, captains, comsoanders, lieutenants, sub-lieutenants, chief 1 gunners, chief boatswains, midshipmen, : and naval cadets. The Kai ei doesn't apjxar to beiiive that Mars is inhabited ; he hitbuT declareti N .wax on the Martians — yet.

Auckland—W.. I 50.01 56 I' Napier—W.S.W.. It ‘20.80 55 O O o Wanganui—X . W.. br '20.85 Wellington—X.W., fb 20.07 55 Westport— W.N.W.. f b ... Greymoiith—X.W.. 1 29.62 29.60 20.67 55 54 v \ \ 0 u Beaiey—W.. ih 60 O Iv Christchurch —N.W.. 1 29.60 i> r Timaru —S., f s> Oamaru —S.. str 20.53 20.55 54 43 O w K 0 o V [> p Dunedin —S.W.. str ... 20.5-1 47 Queensto w n— S. W., b r 29.59 42 Nucgnts —S.W., in g f .>0 42 Bluff—W.S.W.. in it 20.62 4c* 1 * P o u Nasoby—Calm 27.70 Fort Chalmers — 20,50 0 S.\V v in g ... Pembroke —X.. 1 22). 50 51 "K O Balclntha —P.W.. lb 4 1 ,* Invercargill— N.W., tv, g ... 29.45 45 i < p Clyde—S.. .“it r 51 ; Roxburgh—P.. str ... 20.35 °° Puvsegur Point— 29.66 S.W., 1 ... 4-,) c

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SHIPPING., Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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