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SHIPPING.

>•■ ■■ * ■ t ; IRE WATER. jg- , TO-MORROW. ", *riaxoa Head t 5.26 a.m., 5.56 p.m. 'Port Chalmers: 6.6 a.m., 6.36 p.m. THE SUN. i". Seta to-day, 7.19 p.m.; rises to-morrow, -K27 a.m. THE MOON. /'? Sets to-night, 10.49 p.m.; rises to-mor--9p 7.6 a.m. .jj First quarter, November 25. 1.9 *- m - V" WEATHER REPORTS. .' The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following ■weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day : ■ * Bar. Ther. Weath. 'Auckland—S., 1 ... 30.31 61 B ttapier—E., 1 30.27 55 B Wanganni—S.W., 1 ... 30.33 58 B Wellington— N.. br ... 30.26 57 BC .Westport—Calm ... 30.32 53 OG Greymonth—E., 1 ... 30.38 53 OC Bealey—W., mg ... 30.25 51 BC Chxistchurch — „ ~, N.E.. fb ... 30.19 56 BC Tfanaru—£., 1 30.08 57 BC Oarearu— N.E.. fb ... 30.05 57 O Dunedin—N.E., 1 ... '29.96 50 BC Queenstown— N., I ... 30.03 58 O Nngget»-«-N.Vv., br 29.99 51 G Bluff—N.W., 1 29.95 48 O Port Chalmers N.E., fb ... 29.95 '53 O Clvde—Calm Pembroke—N., str ... 29.05 53 O Naseby—Calm 28.15 50 OO Riwburgh-N., 1 ... 29.70 53 O Balclutha—S.W.. 1 ... °° ® Invercargill—Calm ... 29.90 52 0 Puysegur Point— _^ N.W., str ... 29.81 ol B Wind.—L., light; br, breeze; fb, fresh breeze; m g, moderate gale; g. whole or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. ■ Weather.—B. blue skv, be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C, clouds, passim; clondsj D, drizzling rain; F. foggy; G, gloomy, dark weatheT; 11. hail; L, lightning; M, misty; O, overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds ; P, passing showers; Q, squally; R. rain, continued rain; S, snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. , D. C. Bates) supplied tho following at noon to-dav :—Strong northerly winds, veering to west; cloudy and unsettled. with fnin; glass has a falling tendency;: tides high; sea rough swell. SAlLED.—November 19. Karori, s.s. (5.30 p.m.). 1.883 tons. Jlawson, for the West Coast. ARRlVED.—November 20. Kanna, s.s. (8.40 a.m.), 1.948 tons. Irwin, from Newcastle. CoTinna, s.s. (11.5 a.m.), 1,271 tons, Cameron, from Wellington. The Warrimoo sailed to-day for LytVelton, Wellington. Hobart. and -Melbourne. . , ■ The Westralia sailed to-day for Auckland and East Coast ports. The Mokoia is due here on Sunday from Auckland and East Coast porta, and sails en Tuesday on the return trip. The Flora is due here on Tuesday from tfte West Coast via Bluff. She pails on Thursday for the West Coast ports. The Kanna arrived this morning irom Newcastle. . The Koromiko left Newcastle yesterday for Timaru. -The Wanaka leaves Auckland to-morrow for Oamaru, Bluff, and Timaru. The Corinna sails on Sunday for Oamaru, Timaru, Lvtteiton. Wellington, Nellon, and New Plymouth. Tho Manuka left Wellington to-day for (Sydney and Hobart. Latest charters include the four-masted ■choonar Alumna, 644 tons, fixed to load a cargo of lumber at Gray's Harbor for .Wellington. ; Unfavorable weather down south has Interfered with the Hinemoa's programme. Her stores for Waipapa Point light will probably be taken overland, and the vessel will then leave the Bluff for Milford Bound, W«3t Coast lights, and Wellington. - Included in the cargo brought by the R.M.S. Niagara, which arrived at Auckland from Vancouver direct on Sunday, ■were 25,000 oases of fresh American and Canadian apples. 100 cases of fresh pears, {leveral hundred cases of salmon, and a arge shipment of news printing paper. A large amount of the cargo was discharged at' Auckland, and the remainder taken on to Sydney. '[The New Zealand Shipping Company's liner Turakina,. which arrived at Wellington on Tuesday evening from London, will complete discharge at Lytteltjpn. Shs> will subsequently "load at Lvtteiton, Tokomaru Bay. and Wellington, Mnd will sail from Wellington on December 17 for London. The Turakina. will take probably the largest quantity of cheese thst has ever left New Zealand. ■ The distinction of being the first foreign vessel to pass through the Panama Canal is held by the Daldoreh, a cargo steamer owned by Messrs J. and M. Campbell, of Glasgow. At the time she ■was bound for Limerick laden with 11.500 tons of wheat.. The Daldoreh is at present loading at Montreal for New Zealand and Australian ports, having been ■chartered by the New Zealand Shipping Company. The Auckland office of the Mercantile Marine has been instructed by the Admiralty; to advise shipping that the use ' of the'blne ensign of H.M. ships by merchant and other private vessels is to be discontinued so long as hostilities last. Richardson and Company's coastal Steamer Koutuuui, which went ashore on the East Coast recently, and which was -.subsequently refloated, has arrived at Napier. She has been placed on the slip at Port Ahuviri. Repairs are expected to be completed by the end of this week. ' Information has been received stating that the steamer Turul. 3.530 tons, was to have left Sydney on Tuesday with the iNew Zealand portion of the Port Mac■.,quarie's cargo. Auckland will be the first port of call, and will afterwards proceed to Wellington, being due j there towards the end of next week, i rfThe Port Macquarie ha* been detained i at Sydney for special purposes. ! \- A Liverpool contemporary reports the! "transfer to the American flag of the fleet j ;<,owned by Messrs C. G. Dunn and Co.. of j i l .'Liverpool. This fleet consists of five ; flteamer.s, regularly employed between ' ; New York arid ports on the West Coast I '. of Sonth America. The vessels arp as \ ; follow:—Charlton Hall, built in 1907,' "4,749 gross tons; Graster Hall, built in ; "1909. 4,319 gross tons; Crnftnn Hall, built j • in 1912, 5.100 gross tons; Foxton Hall,' 1, built in 1902. 4.247 gross tons; Howick "Hall, built in 1910. 4.923 gross tons. ,'.! -The Warrimoo, which arrived yesterday -. from Melbourne via Hobart. and Bluff, brought the following passengers :—Mes-1 , dames Woodhouse, Banner, Marriage, i ■ Misses Woodhouse, Bowie, Johnson, j Turubull. Bagshaw, Swann, i Mehaffey, Messrs Meek, Woodhouse and aon, Blakely. Marriage; 35 steerage. THE FERRY SERVICE. . The Monowai, from Wellington, arrived s»t Lyttelton Bt 10.25 this morning, and , connected with the second express for 'the south. POSTED AS MISSING. IfVtm Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. j[- LONDON, November 19. £;, The Bethoven, bound from Newcastle f.tq Valparaiso, has been posted as missing. k . <y THE PANAMA ROUTE. fefTRST VESSEL~TO AUSTRALIA. ||PiJm* Association—By Ttlegraph—Copyright. ■Bh.' ; , SYDNEY, November 19. K^ffliß.-steamer Cassis; the first, vessel to

OVERSEA STEAMERS. LONDON. November 19.—The Karamea, Avonmouth. and Kaikoura have arrived from New Zealand. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND. November 19.—7 p.m., Tarawera, from southern ports.—3.3o p.m.. K.iitnna. from Newcastle. SUVA, November 19.—Atua, from Sydney.— Strathesk. for Vancouver. SYDNEY. November p.m.; Indrabnrah and Riverina. for Auckland.— November 20 : 6.15 a.iih. Niagara, from Auckland. NEWCASTLE. November 19.—Kam-i. from Auckland.—Koromiko. for Timaru.

(For continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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