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* HIGH WATER. to-mokkow. Taiaroa Head: 7.52 a.m., 3.23 p.m- ---' Port Chalmers : 8.32 a.m., 9.3 p.ui. Dunedin t 9.2 a.xn., 9.53 p.m. THE SUN. Bets to-day, 7.4; rises to-morrow, 4.38 a.m. THE MOON. Seta to-morrow, 9.40 ajn.; rises tomorrow, 0.46 a,m. —Phases During November. November 11 Last quarter IL7 a.m. November 18 New moon a.m. November 25 First quarter L 9 WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland —N. W., 1 30.18 60 B Napier—N.W., 1 ... 64 B C Wanganui —W., fb 30-oo 60 Wellington— a ~ r ■- N.N.W., fb ... 00.10 08 16 Westport—S.W., 1 ... 30.00 5J •* Greyraouth —VII ••• - g Bealey-W., fb ... 29 27 64 U Christchurch—N At., 1 ;?o.ofa 6v Timaru —Calm ... ... gO.Od o ; . RC Oamam-N.W., 1 ... 20.9, 69 M Dunedin —S.W., I ... i -2.-o o, Queenstown— S.W., 1 29.99 60 > Viitrirots S 1 00.00 48 i H&-SAV.V 1 ... - 30.03 52 OHP Port Chalmers- ffl 5] 5b 0 Nasehv N W.’ I ... 27.95 60 B 0 Clyde—N., str “ Roxburgh-Calm ... 29. ,5 jJ C Ba|clutha—S.W., lb 6a Pembroke —N., str 5, Puysegur Point— N.W., str Wind.—L., light; br. breeze; fb, fresh hjeiwe; m g, moderate gab'; g. wnolo or heavy gale; w, gale exceptional severity. , , Weather.—B, bine sky. be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C. i lends, passing cloudsj D, drizzling rain; E. toggy; G. gloomy* dark weather ; U. hr»il: nglitnine; M, misty; O, overcast, the whole skv covered with thick cloudy 1 • passing showers; Q. squally; I’, ruin, continued rain; S. snow; T. thunder; *• ".g J y, threatening appearance; Z. hazy. ForkCiVST. Tim Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following ut noon to-dav ;—Strong westerly winds ; squally with heavy showers; glass has a falling tendency: tides good; sea moderate. ARRIVED. —November 8. Mokoia, s.s. (2.15 p.m.l. 3.502 tons. M’Lean. from Auckland via- Fist C oast ports. Passengers ; Misses Ehbett, Hill, White, Sutton,' M'Donaid. Berwick, Brcn- • nan. Collins, Nurse Erkuidson. Mesdamos Throp, Stewart and four children, MTntvro, Male. Constable. Colbert, Jones, Irvine. Scott and child, Mooney and child, ’ Messrs Throp, Garbier, Kulku, Ross. Jenkins, Constable. Smith, Fyfe. Harris, Edmund, Collie. Ritchie, Sase, Allen, Young, Christie. Lawson, Gibson, Scott. Popple. Wark, Harris, Warren, Angell, Wood, Smith. Elliott. Withers, Collins, Lacey, Parsons. Captains Growthwaite, Reynolds, Angleen, I)r Hall; and 31 steerage. Kittawa, s.s. (2.30 p.m.). 1,247 tons, Baldwin, from Lyttelton.

The Molcoia arrived here yesterday afternoon from Lyttelton, and will sail to-morrow for Auckland via ports. The Kittawa arrived at Port Chalmers yesterday, and will go into dock for a week for thorough overhaul.

The Wimmera is due to-morrow morning from Melbourne and Hobart via Cook Strait and Lyttelton. She sails again on Wednesday for Bluff, Hobart, and Melbourne. The four-masted schooner William Bowden arrived at Timarn this morning from Puget Sound. The Flora left Westport yesterday for Bluß- and Dunedin. She is due at> the former port to-morrow, and should roach Dunedin on Thursday.

The Poherua got away from Westport on Saturday afternoon, ami should reach Dunedin to-day. Tho Canada Cape arrived at 'Wellington yesterday morning from Newcastle. She had been delayed by ;i. breakdown in the engine room. Tho Karori loads at Westport on Wednesday for Timarn, Oamarn. and Dunedin. The Rakaia left Port Chalmers on Saturday evening for the Bluff t-n continue Homeward loading. She subsequently visits northern ports. OVERSEA STEAMERS. WESTPORT, November 7. —ll p.m.. Whangapo. for Svd nev. FREMANTLE'. November 9.—Mangola, from London. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. LYTTELTON. ”~N..vemVr 8.-1.20 p.m.. Monowai. from Wellington. TIMARIT, November 9.—William Bowden. schooner, from Puget Sound. OAMARU. November 8 (midnight).— Kotare. for Dunedin, BLUFF, November 7.—5.50 p.m.. Zealandic, from Port Chalmers.—November 8 : 1 p.m., Huia, from Port Chalmers.— 5.30 p.m., Rakaia. from Fort Chalmers.

SYDNEY, November 8.—1.30 p.m Maitai. for Wellington. NEWCASTLE, ‘ November B.—Wa tomo, from Wellington.

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SHIPPING., Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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