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WATER. tO-MORKOW. Taiaroa Head,: 8.19 a-in., 3.46 p.m. Port Chalmers; 8.59 a.xn., 9.26 p.m. Dunedin; 9.29 a.m., 9.56 p.m. THE SUN. Sola to-day, 7.24 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.24 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-morrow, 9.38 a.m.; sets tomorrow ,0.17 a.m. First quarter, November 25, 1.9 a.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist * (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at B a.m. to-day : Bar. Ther. Wcath. Auckland—N.E.. br 29.97 64 BO Napier—S.W., 1 ... 30.06 58 R Wanganui—S.E.. br 30.06 63 M Wellington—S., br ... 50.11 60 BC Westport—S.W., 1 ••• 30.09 62 BC Greymouth—N.E-, 1 30.06 59 BO Bealoy—N. W., 1 b ... 30.15 - 62 BO Christchurch — N.E., fb ... 30.12 59 B Timaru—N., 1 ... Oamara-N.E., br ... 30.05 57 BO Dunedin—S.W., 1 ... 30.09 54 BC Queenstown—Calm ... 00.04 55 BU Nug«ets-S.W.. 1 Bluff—W., fb dUO 53 OZ Port Chalmers— S.W., 1 ... 30-00 57 BC Clyde-Calm Roxburgh—N., 1 ... 29.80 5B I Naseby—Calm ... -8-50 55 BO Invercargill—Calm ••• 30.00 53 B C Balclntha —S. W.. 1 ... - »C Pembroke—Calm -- 29.00 ou 1> Puysegur Point— N.W.. 1 ... 30.06 54 C Wind.—L.. light; br, breeze; f b, fresh breeze; in g, moderate gale; p, whole or heavy gale; w. gale of exceptional severity. Weather.—B. blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy ; C, clouds, passing clouds j D, drizzling rain; F, foggy; G, gloomy, dark weather; H, hail; L, lightning;'M, misty; O, overcast, the whole skv 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 the following at noon to-day :—\ ariable and moderate breezes: prospect of fair to cloudy weather, and misty at times; barometer unsteady ; sea moderate; tide* good. ARRlVED.—November 21. Tongariro, s.s. (3 p.m.), 10.192 tons, De la Cour Cornwall, from London. Passengers : For Port Chalmers —Mesdames Hancock. Moore, Paterson, Richardson. Misses Kecch, Moore. Paterson, Richardson, Messrs Allan. Edwards, Hamilton, Paterson (2), Richardson, Taylor. For Bluff—Airs Stewart. Miss Stewart, Mr Bain. For Oamaru —Mrs Harris. For Lyttelton—Mesdames Bennett, Bloxam, Sage, Sharp, Misses Bloxam (2), Wright. Messrs Bennett, Bloxam, Masters, Bennett and Bloxam. For Wellington — Mesdames Hutchison. Moyes, Scott, Misses Butler (3), Clark. Fraser (2), Heppell. Hutchison, Messrs Heppoll. Hume, Miles, Moyes, Townsend, Masters Hutchison and Moyes. For Greymouth — Rev. G. E. Burnett. For Napier—Mesdames Cotton-Stapleton, White, Young, Alias Young, Messrs Cotton-Stapleton (2), Shand. Young. For Wanganui—Miss C’heeseman. For Auckland —Mesdames Atwood, Baroph, Gordon. Misses Nicholls. Northcroft, Captain Atwood. Messrs Baregh, Gordon, Tangye. November 22. Mokoia. s.s. (10.35, 3.502 tons, M'Lean, from Auckland via East Coast porta. Passengers : Mesdames Moir -and two children. King and child, Emerson, Parata. Sands, Connell, Hamilton, Irvine. Smith and three children. Misses Birch, Jensen, Morgan, Fallows, Messrs Collie. Lake, Simpson, Hughan, Macdonald, Taylor (2), Moore. Frazer. Nosworthy, Brian, MTijtyre, Stelhi, Clarke, M'Donald. Brown, Hardesley, Captain Catson, Rev. Air Parata; and seven in the steerage. ... . Invercargill, s.s. (5 p.iuri', 224 tons, ” Gillies, from Stewart,. Island. November 25. Breeze, s.s. (0.15 a.m,), 504 tons, Gordon, from Lyttelton, SAlLED.—November 22. Corinna, s.s. (5 p.m.). 1.271 tons, Cameron, for New Plymouth via way ports. The Mokoia sails to-morrow for Auckland and East Coast ports. . The Kanna sails to-morrow for Westport. The Knmona leaves Westport to-day for Dunedin and Hobart. The Flora left Greymouth at midnight on Saturday for Lyttelton and Dunedin. The Warrimoo sails from Wellington to-day for Hobart and Alelboume. The Invercargill sails to-morrow for Waikawa and Invercargill. The Norwegian barque Ba, which has just completed discharging a cargo of Newcastle coal at Auckland, has been chartered to carry cement to Brisbane. . Air A. Rathbone, third officer of the Mapourika, left that vessel at Wellington on Wednesday, and Air R. Johnston has filled the vacancy. Captain H. Fletcher, late of the Talnne, .was a passenger for Suva by the Navua from Auckland on Monday. ' Captain Fletcher has been appointed to a •hore position at Fiji. Air I. Livick, who has held the position at Wellington of assistant to the Union Company’s traffic manager, has been appointed chief clerk in the Invercargill office of tho Union Company. Mr W. 'D. Rosie has rejoined tho Monowai as purser, in place of Air W. M‘N air Spiers, who has joined the Tarawera as purser. Air K. R. Park, late purser of the Monowai, left that vessel at Lyttelton with tho intention of enlisting in the Expeditionary Force. Captain A. Bloom, who' for the past 24 years has been master of the schooner Lily, has left that vessel. His place has been taken by Captain Gilbert Brown For about 15 years the Lily has been engaged in the. Lyttelton-West Coast trade. It is understood that the auxiliary schooner Waiapu, which was recently purchased in Auckland by a Napier syndicate. will ba employed in lightering work at the Hawke's Bav port. The Peninsula and Orient new mail and passenger steamer Kaisarri-Hind (Emperor of India), so named in commemoration of the visit of the King and Queen of India in 1911-12, arrived at - Tilbury Docks recently. Sne was constructed by Messrs Caird and Co., Greenock. The vessel Is 11,430 tons gross register, 520 ft long, 6lit wide, and 38.3 feet deep. She is fitted with two sets of quadruple expansion reciprocating engines, developing 16,000 horse-power, the Kaisar-i-HSnd is intended for the London, Marseilles, and Bombay trade. Messrs Emirali and. Ford announce the rale of, the tug Alahutn. The vessel has been purchased by Captain Well, of \»- p**K She will probably be taken on the slip to undergo repairs and the r.ecewary alterations for trawling, in which,' it is understood, she will bo in future engaged in Hawke’s Bav. The Mobutu was owned by the Colonial Sugar Refining Company, and ha» been engaged in towing sugar barges hi Auckland Harbor for several years past. She is a serviceable and staunch little vessel, and should prove herself moot suitable lor trawling. Reports of the lose of 64 British vessels (40 steamers and 14 sailors), representing a net tonnage of 31,106. were received •u the Board ol Trade during September. The number of lives loot with, these vessels was 101. The explanation of the loss of such art exceptional- amount of steam tonnage lies ift the fact that tho total includes 18 steamers, of 21,681 tons net, sunk by German warships, and nine steamers, . or 1,564 tons net. sunk by mines in the North' Sea. The lives loot inoltido 78 pep. eons,, who perished in steamer* sunk bv mines in the North Sea. The figures are a record of ’* reports received ” and not of all wrecks "which occurred during thy month, nwQL

of the reports received in September relating to casualties which Occurred in previous months. Casualties not reeultinff id total loss of vessels, and tho lives lost by such casualties, are not include! ■ TONGARIRO FROM LONDON. AN UNEVENTFUL VOYAGE. The twin-screw* vessel Tongariro (New Zealand Shipping Company) reached Port Chalmers at 3 p.m. on Saturday from London via Hobart with 68 passengers, most of whom are returning to tho Dominion. Leaving London on October 3, the vessel sailed direct to Hobart, omitting Teneriffo and Capo Town, usual ports of call. The voyage _ was practically uneventful. Naval activity -was apparent off Dover, whore the ship came under observation by searchlights, and passed a flotilla of destroyers. Tho only other incident recalling the state of affairs in Europe wa* the falling in with a French warship off Cape Ushant. The ship’s papers were examined by a French officer, and the vessel then proceeded on her voyage. Fine ahd calm weather was experienced right down the African coast and across the Southern Ocean. The deck lights were not used throughout the voyage, in uniformity with the Admiralty’s instructions. Cape Town was passed on October 27, ana an uneventful run, during which no vessels were sighted, brought the vessel to ,Hobart on November 17. On leaving Tasmania heavy seas were experienced for two days, this being tho only rough weather met with during tho voyage. Eight passengers for Australia disembarked at Hobart. Although uneventful, the voyage, from a passenger’s standpoint, was a very pleasant one. Before arriving at Port Chalmers a meeting of passengers was held at which a vote of thanks was enthusiastically passed to 'Captain Cornwall, the officer?, and the ship’s company for the kindness and courtesy shown to all throughout the voyage. The Tongariro will unload 3,170 tons of cargo at Port Chalmers. Particulars of the cargo for other ports are as follow :— Lyttelton, 844 tons; Timaru, 850 tons; Auckland, 1,062 tons; Wellington, 67 tons. In addition the vessel has brought six Clydesdale stallions consigned to a Dunedin firm. They comprise three two-year-old colts and three yearlings. Two of the horses are for a breeder on tho Taieri, and four have been imported by n fanner in the North Island. The Tongariro is commissioned as follows :—Captain, N. de la Cour Cornwall : first officer, Mr H. Wynward; second officer. Mr H. R. Hamilton; third officer, Mr G. Burton Davies; fourth officer. Mr F. Richardson; chief engineer, Mr W. Thomson; second engineer, Mr P. Posgalc: first refrigerating engineer. Mr E. Nibbs; electrical engineer, Mr 11. Johnson; Marconi operator, Mr T. Hodge; chief steward, Mr W. James. OVERSEA STEAMERS. ADELAIDE. November 23.—Star of New Zealand, for Auckland. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. HOKIANOA. November 22.— Inga, for Svdnev. AUCKLAND. November 21.-4.30 p.m., Wanaka, for Oamarn.—November 22 : 7.30 a.m., Rakaia, from Tokomaru Bay;— 10.10 a.m.. Victoria, from southern ports. WELLINGTON. November 22.—2.10 p.m.. Warrimoo. from Lvttelton. LYTTELTON, November 22.—12.30 p.m., Monowai, from Wellington.—Westralia. for Wellington.—6 p.m. lonic, for Auckland.— p.m.. Himitangi, for Wellington.— p.m.. ’Warrimoo. for Wellington. OAMARU. November 22.—11 p.m.. Corinna. from Dunedin. MELBOURNE, November 21.—Wimmeva, for New Zealand. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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