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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. ' TO-MOBBO'W. Taiaroa Head : 3.38 a.m., 4.0 p.m. Port Chalmers: 4.18 a,m„ 4.40 p.m. Dunedin : 4.48 a.m., 5.10 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 6.56 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.47 a.m. THE MOON. .Seta to-morrow, 4.43 a.m.; rises tomorrow, 8.42 p.m. —Phases During November. — November 11 Last quarter 11-7 »-m. November 18 New moon. 3.32 a,m. November 25 First quarter 1.9 a.m. WEATHER REPORTS. Th*> Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day :

Wind.—L., light; br. breeze; i" b, fresh breeze; m g, moderate gale; g. whole or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional -cverity. , Weather.—B, blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or .heavy; C, clouds, passing rloudsj D, drizzling rain; F..foggy; G, ■loomy. dark weather; H. hart; L, lighting; M, mistv; O, overcast, the whole with thick clouds : P. passing ihowers; Q, squally; R. ram, continued .-ain; S. snow; T. thunder; IT. ugly, threatening appearance; Z. hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day:—Moderate to strong westerly winds; weather cool and changeable; barometer steady, but fall slightly after 16 hours; tides good: heavy .-,we!i off shore. ARRlVED.—November 3. r.otorua. s-.s. (1.5 p.m.}. 11,500 tons. Siit cliff e. from l.yttelton. Tokomaru, s.s. (7.15 p.m.). 6,084 tons, Rosdet, from Newcastle direct. Kamona. s.s. (2 a.m., 4thl. 1.425 tons. Davey. from Oamaru. November 4. Storm (6 a.m.). 405 tons. Radford, from Lvttehou. Kamona (2 a.m.). 1.425 tons. Davey. from Oamaru. Rachel Cohen, schooner, from Auckland Islands. ltakaia, s.s. (11.30 a.m.). 5.628 tons. Smith, from Lyttelton. SAlLED.—November 3. Invercargill. s.s. (3.25 p.m.), 224 tons. Marks, for Bluff and Invercargill.

The Poherua loads coal to-morrow ;it WYstport for Dunedin. Tho Corinna leaves Wellington this afternoon for TimaTU and southern ports. She leaves Dunedin on Saturday for the usual northern run.

The Moana. is due at Wellington at noon to-morrow from San Francisco.

The Wairuna left Kaipara on Sunday with timber for Sydney. The Moorabool left Auckland yesterday afternoon for Newcastle, where she loads for Auckland.

The Canada Cape is due at Wellington ■>n Fridav from Newcastle.

The \Vanaka leaves Napier to-day, works Oamaru Saturday, Timaru Monday and Tuesday, thence "Bluff, Wellington, u-nd Auckland. Tha Kini is leaving Westport tu-night with a cargo of coal for Dunediu. The Tokomara arrived last evening ffom Newcastle. Sha will begin her Homeward loading at Port Chalmers, afterwards proceeding to other New Zealand ports. The Storm, delayed by heavy weather, arrived here at 6 "a.m. to-day from Lyttelton and northern ports. Sh* sails again this afternoon. The Kamona arrived from Ouinaru in the early hours this morning. Several charters by the Union Company have been announced of late, and it now transpires that the steamer Prophet, which arrived at Auckland ou Friday from Newcastle, has come across to New Zealand -with coal under the auspices of the Union Company. Tho PTophet is a ycssel of 3,226 tons gross, and is only tu*o years old, having been built in 1912 it Newcastle-on Tyne for Messrs J. Gaff ;uid Co., of Sydney. Another steamer under charter to the Union Company, the Canada Cape, left Newcastle) on Thursday with a load of coal for Wellington. According to advices from Melbourne, u deputation recently waited upon the Minister of Customs, Mr Tudor, and urged that efforts be made to relieve the present congestion in tho meat export trade of the Commonwealth, due to so many vessels with refrigerator space having been diverted to other purposes. .Space waa -wanted at once for 200,000 oarcasses of mutton, and during tho next few weeks space would bo required for n further 500,000 carcases. In reply Mr Tudor said that he realised how serious the position was both for tho meat and the butter trade, and, as he had promised the butter trade, he would consult his colleagues to see what could be done.

Cable advices received at the end of las* -week (says the 'Sydney Shipping List") from Vancouver reported that the steamer Lowther Grange, bound, ostensibly for Australia, had been stopped by a British, ciruiser and taken into Esquimanlfc on suspicion of carrying roal for German warships. According to 'Lloyd's Weekly Index, there is no such vessel ns the Lowther Grange, but there is the Lowther Range, which only cleared from Newcastle on September 4 for Quayrnas with 4,700 tons of coal, and so far has not yet been reported at Guaymas. THE FERRY SERVICE. Tho Monowai reached Lytteltou at 10.5 a.m. to-day, connecting with the serondl express.

SHIPPING TELEGRAMS.

AUCKLAND, November 3.—12.401 p.m., Makura, lor 'Vancouver.—A.l& p.m., Afofcoi'a, for southern ports. — November , 4: 7.30 a.ro„ Moorabool, i'or Newcastle. tXTTELTQN, November 4.—T.15 ( ajn., Victoria, lor Port Chalmers. MELBOURNE, November 3.—The Orgovt's New Zealand passengers are as follow :— Messrs Meadowroft, Redznayne, I TBeJl, 3ounneaux, "Faineu, "Daniels. At\t\n-i wsu, \sN!^'tvta& > '\.«sks»k>\.\ l , fyesear, DaJzie), &'Jmxr, Pa)]£n>r, IZeIJ, Bridger, T&ylor, CJarkson, Ed#ar Yar-i \Kit!Swg\> Uwtf\*n\ N K«JfcftX< Leen, Mesdame3 Meadow croft, "Redmayne, BeU, Joxomeaux and child, Cloas, Cr&ike, Hopkin*, Daniels, Atkinson, Burns, Dodson, Seagar, Dalziel, Slmv. Palliser, Multloon, "Bladshutn, Taylor, Clarkson, Btidger, Bernard, Smith. Martin, Misses Meadowcroft (2), Kiximayne (2), Bell, Burns, Jounneaux, Eves, Hopkins (2), Atkinson, Aitcheson (2). Dodsun, "Leatham (2), Wilson (2), \Valteis, Muldoon, Smith; and 89 third dass. POST AHURLRI, November 4.-9.45 o-m., Star of Scotland, from Port Chalmers. (Foe continuation ge» Late Shipping.]

Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland —S., 1 -• 50.09 57 O Napier—S-, 1 Wanganui —W., f b 29.95 30.06 55 56 BC I1C 0 CZP BC Wellington—N-. 1 ... Westporfr—S.S.W., br KreYmoutb. —S., 1 29.96 30.05 30.09 56 49 53 Bealey—W., fb Chrlstcanrch—E., lb Timaru —N., 1 30.03 30.05 30.04 48 58 56 BC 0 BC Oamaru —Calm 29.92 55 O Dunedin —S.W., br ... 29.93 50 BC Queenstown —S.W., 1 29.S6 52 K Nnegets—S.W., fb Bluff—W.S.W., f b ... 29.94 23.95 47 48 BQ Naseby—Calm .-' — 28.00 48 OG Port Chalmers — S.W., 1 ... 29.87 52 0 Baklutha—S.W., lb — 50 0 Clyde—Calm — 54 0 Koxburch —Calm Pembroke—Calm 29.45 50 BC 28.90 53 O Invercargill—W M br 29.98 52 O Fnysegux Point—W\. 1 29.99 49 O

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SHIPPING., Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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