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HIGH WATER. xo-Monaow. Taiaroa Head : 1.32 a.m., 1.59 p.m. Port Chalmers; 2.12 a.m., 2.39 p.m. Dunedin s 2.42 a.m., 3.9 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 7.15 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.31 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-morrow, 3.19 a.m.; sets tomorrow, 6.53 p.m. ■—Phases During November. November 18 New moon 3.32 a.m. November 25 First quarter 1.9 a,m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. today : Bar. Ther. Wrath. Auckland—S.S. W.. fb 29.76 62 O Napier—S.S.W., br ... 29.66 60 > Wanganui—W., fb 5/ U Wellington—S.S.E., br 29. I b 3- C Westport—S.S.W., br 29.80 5- ' Greymonth—S. W,, 1 29.78 5a Ob Bealey-S.E., lb ... 29.80 5a OR Christ chut eh—S. W., 1 29.88 52 E Timor u-W., 1 29.88 na C Oamaru —S.\\., 1 Dunedin —S.W., 1 ... 29. To £ Queenstown—S.W., I -9-'5 al > Nuceets —S., fb ... 29.66 48 < BIJf—W.S.W., fb ... 29.80 48 Lt I r^">n ... 29.80 a O Port Chalmers— „, S.W., fb ...,29.(1 a 4 O Roxburgh—Calm ... 29.50 56 BC Naseby—N.W., br ... *7.80 50 • ; Invercargill—W.. .1 ... 29.60 48 LBalclutha —S.W., lb ” r Clyde—Calm ~ . Pembroke —Calm ... *.8./0 5J l> Wind- —L., light; br, breeze; fb fresh breeze; m g, moderate gale; g, who,e or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. . , I Weather. —B, bine sky. be the ntmosphero clear or heavy : C, clouds, passing | cloudsj D. drizzling ram; F. foggy; G.| gloomy, dark weather: H. hail; L, lightning; M, misty; O, overcast, the nholo sky covered with thick clouds; P, passing showers; Q, squally; R. rain, continued rain; S, snow; T, thunder; 1., ugly, threatening appearance; Z. hazy. Forecast. I The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day Strong southerly winds, backing by west to north for storm approaching from the west ; expect dull wen- i ther, with mist and fog in parts; rain | probable: glass falling fast after 20 hours: j titles good; sea rough. j ARRlVED.—November 16. j Victoria, s.s. (11.20 a.m.), 2,969 tons, Croft, from Auckland via East. Coast ports. Passengers : Mesdames Bull, Russ. | Carson and boy, Taylor, Misses Ross, j Watson, Taylor. Everett, Messrs Ross, Lynch, Kennedy, Ball, Jackson, Driver, Middleton, Laing, Turnbull, Taylor. Allan. Revs. Madill and Inglis; and 18 Ueerage.

The Victoria, which arrived hero yesterday, tvili to-morrow on the return trip to Auckland and East Coast sorts. At Auckland she connects ..i Lh faie River in a fur Sydney. The Kamona leaves Napier to-day for Westport and Greymonth. whence .she romes to Dunedin and the Bluff. The Karori is due here to-morrow night from the West Coast via Timaru and Oamaru.

Tho Wcstralia is <lue hero on Thursday from Auckland and East Coast ports, ana sails on Friday on the return trip. The Kanna left Newcastle ou Saturday for Dunedin. The Paloona, at present undergoing overhaul at Port Chalmers, went into doc k this morning. The trawler Waitangi was to go on the Carey Bay slip this afternoon. She ■will be followed by tho Waireka and the sealer Eachol Cohen, the latter to have her hull strengthened. Tho Kowhai, from Oamaru, is due at Port Chalmers this evening, and after discharging coals comes np to Dunedin. The Norwegian barque Cairnsmore is ■due here from Surprise Island.

• The Warrimoo left Hobart on Saturday for Bluff, Lyttelton, and Wellington. Phe is due here on Thursday, and leaves tfor Lvttelton on Friday.

The Shaw, Savill, and Albion Company have received adviec by cablegram that Ihe Mamari left Cape Town last Monday for Hobart, Wellington, and Lyttelton, in continuation of her voyage from London. The vessel is taking the Arawa's miming, and should roach Wellington about December 4.

Mr 0. A. Preston, of the New Zealand Shipping Company, has been appointed manager of the Fo.xtnn branch, in succession to Mr Geo. Phillips, who has been transferred to Christchurch. Prize Courts will be held in India, at Calcutta, Rangoon, Bombay, and Kurracheo. The boats arrested tit Aden are being sent to Bombay. This affects 15 steamers, of which 11 are owned by the Hansa Line, of Bremen, one bv the J[am-burg-American Line, one by the GermanAnsiralian Line, and two Austrian steamers.

The steamer Ardgarry. according to advice received by the Wellington agents of the U.S. and A. Line, was to have commenced loading in New York on November 15 for all New Zealand ports. She will leave the American port, about the end of this mouth via the Panama. Canal for Auckland. Wellington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin. The Ardgarrv 'is a Steamer of 4.526 tens, and was" built this year at Port Glasgow. She is registered at Lloyd’s under the 100 At .hiss. A list compiled by the officials at Lloyd’s gives the names of vessels detained at German ports at the outbreak of the war, and shows that 68 British steamers are in the hards of the tiermans, the total tonnage being just over 160.000 tons gross. Of these two are over 5.000 tons gross, the Gifford and Inkula, while 11 of the steamer.? are over 4.0C0 lons. All the steamers are detained in Germany, with the exception ~f the Ningpo at Tsing-tau. ■Word has been received from Australia, lo the effect that the C. and D. Line's steamer Port Macquarie has been taken over be the authorities for special purposes. Tn consequence of this she will not come to Auckland, Gisborne, Napier, and Wellington, for which ports she has about 4,500 tons of general merchandise from London. As has been the case with other steamers similarly taken over, th» Port ■ Macquarie’s cargo will be trailidtipped to intercolonial steamers. At present at the Bluff the Government training ship Amokura is expected to leave there. to-night for the outlying islands in Search of east away s. The vessel should arrive back at Bluff, Dunedin, or Wellington. as the weather will jsermlt. in about three weeks' time. On return to Wellington the Amokura will lay up to penult tho boys to leave on their three weeks’ Christmas holidays. After the Now Year the Amokura" will leave for the Kermadec Islands in quest of castaways. The proceedings of the British Prize Court so far hold suggest that, many, if not most, of the vessels taken at British ports will be confiscated, hut given back to tho owners at tho close of the war. The Crown will lose the money on sale, thongh the blow to the Gorman* commerce is for tho preaetit tho same. Tito vessels taken at sea used to be sold for prize money to actual captors only; but this is over; and tho Prize Court has nothing to do with awarding it. As to tho distribution of prize money, a very general impression prevails in the British Naval service that the share of the captors will be ridiculously small. It is qjfart that under the modern conditions of warfare prize-taking often involves more trouble and risk than it is worth.

• THE VANCOUVER SERVICE AUCKLAND, November 15.—3.30 p.m,, Niagara, from Vancouver. Passengers : First saloon —Misses 0. King, M. Ramsay, J. Hassle, Partridge, Landel (2), Lever' Houghton, Utz, Mesdames L. Gabites, G. Fenwick, G. Forrest, E. Murphy. Chemmels, W. B. N. E, Partridge. P. Utz, J. Court, C. Reece, M. Scotland, G. Fraser, Montgomery', Goodwin, Messrs 1,. Gabites. J. B. M'Ewan, G Fenwick. G. A. Forrest, Elliott, \\. B. Chemmels, H. E. Partridge. P. Utz, W. J. Utz. Court, J. Fraser, \V. Wadeeworth Fraser. Montgomery, Goodwin, A. D. Campbell. Hull, F. Myers, Duman, I)r« C. It. Russell and Reece, Rev. Dean Bourke. Second saloon—Misses Hastings, E. Davenport. Booth. W. Weston, Anderson. Scott (2), W. Miller, Roberts, Peddle, Alesdnmes Hazard. Cook, Marriage, Holland. Foxell. Brook. Chinnery, Browning and infant, Wilson, Geddis, Messrs Cook, Marriage. Holland. Roberts. Davenport, N Davenport, Braimvell. Marriage, Taylor (2). Scott, M‘Beth, Taylor. Oldridge, r:. Brown, Campbell. Matson. Rnttle, Browning, T. K. Kerry, \\. Bla-ckstone, W. Milligan, Master Holland, Rev. Cry; and 37 third class. OVERSEA STEAMERS. The Tnrakina, from London, passed Farewell Spit at 8.45 this morning, and is due at Wellington at 5 p.mLONDON. November 13.—Delphic, tor Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND. November 15.—12.30 n.m.. Mnkoia. from southern ports. _ SYDNEY. November 14.—Rivenna. from Auckland. Ti . , MELBOURNE. November 14. —Kipplo. for Westport. , r LONDON, November 14. —Mnoltan, from Australia.— Waipara. from AnckLVTTKLTON. November 14.—3.30 n >ii Lauderdale, for Greymonth.—Novembe- 15: 7.15 n.m.. Breeze, from 1 imam.- November 16: 11.40 a.m.. Storm, f"r Port Chalmers. PORT AIIURIRI. November 14..--6.30 p.m,. A. B. Johnston, schooner, from I’ngc! Sound. U.S. A.—November 16: 8 a u>.. Kai ton. from Newcastle. (-30 a.m., Tnl-omen:. from Port Chalmers. ''EVA. November 14.—The dohn 1\ tlliauim from Samoa, leaves Gilberts. — Cholita French, from Tahiti.—November 16 : Tofua, from Sydney.—Tofna. for Papua via I onga. NEWCASTf.K. (Saturday).—Karma, for Dunedin.

I For continuation see I,ate Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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