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Taiaroa Head : 5.12 a.m., 5.36 p.m. Toft Chalmers: 5.52 a.m., b.\b p.m. Dunedin : 6.22 a.m.. 6.46 p.m.

THE SUN. Sets to-day., =7.0 p.m.; rise* to-morrow 4.43 a.m.""' *"


Seta to-morrow, 6.30 a.m.; rises to-mor-row, 11.32 p.m. —Phases Dining Noveir-ber.— November 11 I.w n-ertcr 11-7 *-™ November IS New moon 9"^November 25 E.i-t .m.-iu-' 1 - J am WEATHER Hi'l'OlMX

:' The Government \lowm.' .-D. C. Later.) supplied 'he weather reports at 9 a.m. to-<ta\ .- Uar.Ther.Wpath. Auckland—S.S.W., lb 3t>.Co m o '■■■. Napier—N.E./T I. ... ?-"- ! * ' r ',i , I .' , Wanganui—N.W., 11. -" *•« Wellington— .- r N.N.W.. 1 b 29.114 ;>< I- ' Owymonth-N.. 1 b M.od § OR Bealey-W.. f b ... , -'° 4U ° Christchurch— „ „., .... ~ S\V I i> St.ffi! ''o '' rr;_,_„ vp l" ''0.35 54 Oil Oamaru-N.E.. 1 ... ■£•£! V !V, ■Puiwtlin-N.E.. 1 - 2tf-i? jd ,V ■ '.Quecnatown—Calm ... -i'-;>} l ' u Nuß»t*-N., i - l i; , : BlufP-E., 1 ~ f) -' a ' ITvde—Calm • i ■■' Roxburgh—Calm ... 29 (-0 o; u N'nsebv— Calm --•-> M Ul,l ' Port. Chalmers - _ T X.E.. t 29. I.i ;st OP Pembroke—Calm ... 2<- ; .70 57 J; ' Invewargill—N..l ... 2i).62 bo •* Balclutha-N.E.. 1 ... :„''_' }} Puvseniir Pt.—Calm LIUO ."'> <• . Wind.—L-. lis-lit; br, bicv.r; i l>. J ft*''. breeze: m g, moderate gab' ■ Is- who:e <jr heavy gale; w, ga'e <•:' cv.e;>tional severity. Weather.—B. blue >kv. be the atmosphere clear or iiravv : C. clouds, passing tloudsj D, drizzling ruin: E . toggy; (... gloomv. dark weather: 11. hail : L. lightning;* M. mistv; O. overcast, the v;huio skv" covered with thick clouds; I'. passur- '•■ showers; Q. sipiallv; It. rani, continued rain: S. mow; T. thrinder: I. ugly. threatening appearance; Z. ha/y. Eor.KtwsT. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Hates} supplied the following at, noon to-dav :—Sfro'.tg northerly winds. and backing by earl t.. .-■utii: mi~t ami fog, in parts: rain i'nibable: f-l|S-but rise after 20 hours; tides uood : se;i. moderate .swell, ami im-reaMii;.:. ARRIYKD.—N»vemb.-r .".. Hinemoa, j=.s. (5.15 p.m.!. "'-'- «"■'*■ Collins, from Lyt.te!i"n. ARRIVED. Nov richer 0 : Corinna, s.n. (2.55 1.271 ton-. Cameron, from Wt' John, s.s. (3.10 a.ici. Hchc tron; Oamaru. Petuiie. 5.3. (10.35 a.m.,. tn.m Bluff. _ Invercareill, s..s i'J.SO a.m.). ?~o smis. Gillies, from- luveiaa:-,'ii!. SATLEI).—N',.v.-i!.U-r 5. Kotorua. s.s. (3.15 11.130 t„nn. Suu-liffe. for l.yttcitnii. Kamnua, s.s. (5.30 p.:i;..'. I,>-j u>m. Davoy, U>r West p« at. Tho ttovtrnmeiit .-ream.-r II in 'inui arrived yesterday atn-n.-ooii. and h'i'tin the* i-vcnine; fnr.Cajie Saunders. Sht| is expected ha-k .some time to-day. il the weather is favorable. The Rakaia goes down to Port Chalmers to-morrow :m>r:iin- l her dis.-haree having been do'.ayc.l by the rain/ tu ta!:e in earyo.. and w'iii tiic.'i pn.nrrtl u> icr- . thorn ports. The \\'iii!)i!.>ra i.- due at Ihm.-din on Monday next, and v. i 1; -ail ..a Wednesday for Melbourne via i'.iui! and Hobart. The Corinna leaves to-morrow tor New Plvmonth and ()nehtin:;a. '.ia way fiorls. The U'anaka is due at Oauiuni to-ni--ht from Auckland and Napier. >he loads prinlitee tor nurtheru |jorts. The Moeraki ieuVes Swrvy to-day for Wellington and bvt: eitr.ii. The'"Kurow left N-.vea. tie yeslelo'ay for Lvttelton. The* Knight of tie- Cuter is expe. led at Port Chalmers from l.yttelton to-mor-row, and fjoes into tloek on the 10th. Tho Breeze was expo ted at Port Chalmers to-day from l.ytts-ltoit to -o into dock. The Rakaia uoes down to Port Chalmers to-morrow to take in <-areo, and subsequently sa.ils for Bluff and i;orthern ports to complete Iter lna<linsr. The InvereartrtU arrived at Port Chalmers this mornine. She transhipped the Bnutbern portioss of the i-ar.uo of t'ne Rotorua, ami was expeittd to sail this aftefnoon for southern ports. An alliance of Liverpool and New York shipowners has subscribed the capital f«r a tieet of at least 20 bit; ear-o steamers flying the United States flat; in order to rapture Germany's carryiu.; tnsde. The alliance is the outcome of i-rilii i.-ni allet,'in;,' that Britain inteinkxl to sei/.e the South American trade v.ititotit triviii;,' America a chance of partieipatiii'.*. One of the new auxiliary scows for the Northern Company's constfd trade (says tho Aucklaiwl 'llera'd'i has hen launched at Auckland. A nation of tho machinery has b*-en installed, but no further progress ran be made with th»* work of getting thi> vessels ready for sea owing to a part of the machinery and fittines beinrj detained in England as a result of the war. The other auxiliary scow, which is behu: built for the company at the yards of Mr '!. 'l\_ Niceol. >s nearinp coiiipleti-m. and should be " ready for lannchim; in ab.-ail a fortsiieht's time.

According to inble aikiees l-iivs the Sydney 'Shipping List ') the ht»,< have been landed of 12 steamer- whieh were sunk by the Coin,an ■ i-iiis.-r Karlsruhe. •mostly in tlie Atlantic. The vrs>e!s a.r» tlic Strathrov (4.336 toe*. Ma pie Braivh (4,338), Highland Hone (5.150;. lodrani (5.706). Itio Jtrutissu '3.817;. F.uu (4.393), Victoria de (4,635). Cornish. Cirv pruth (4.408), Condor (5.053), an. i Lvnrowan (3.384). The 12 ,n. ;i ., ■...,-.-, 50,000 tons, and their »e>..'«.-s and hulls are valued at £1.G1.0.C00. The (lermau steamer Orcvekl bnui-ji-.t the ipms. iwiiibaring 4DO. to T* merii'l'• -. TITE FEKHY SKRVICK. The Monowai re;uhe;l Lyttelu-n at fUj a.m. to-<lay. and «■ >i;ii- « t«<l v. ith. tho second express. RETIRING HAPIHIP. MA>TER. Before leaving the employ of the Napier Harbor Board. Canh'in Osmond -L Lake, formauy years the board's, harbormaster, was met by the of the staff and presented with a massive" .tjralidfather's clock of attractive appearance. Mr'J. P. Kenny, who made the presentation,- spoke in felicitous terms of the sterling: qualities of Captain Lake, and congratulated the retiring officer on the excellence of his scrvica to the board. ', OPHIR STRIKES A LEAK. Tho Orient Company's H.M.S. Ophir. which left London on October 23 for Australian ports, has returned to London, leaking. The leak is not serious. The / Ophtr is leaking in the after hold. Tfor accid.ent is attributed to the vessel striking the wreck of the steamer Downs.


- Advice lias been received that tho Reynuera (Captain Oreensheet) arrived at •» Plymouth, on Wednesday.


*.. November s.—Star of |vj Jiew. Zealand, from. New. York,

SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. LYTTELTON. November 6.—7.10 a.m., Rotorua, from Port Chalmers. BLUFF, November 5.-5.45 p.m., Petone, for Dnncdjn. SUVA, November s.—Levukn, from Sydnev. "SYDNEY, November 5.—11.30 a.m., WiUochra, for Dunedim—l.3o p.m., Biveriua, for Auckland. NEWCASTLE, November s.—Katoa. from Lvttelton.—Kurow, for New Zea--1;uk1. *

(For continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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