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HIGH WATER. p) t ht ' > TO-MORROW. Trfaro* Headt 9.10 a.m., 9.33 pjn. £:■ Pork Chalmers: 9.50 a.m., 10.13 p-m. Dunedin, t 10.20 a.m., 10.43 p-m, f . THE SUN. ; , Sets to-day, 7.26 p.m. j rises to-morrow, 4,23 a.m. . THE MOON. . Rises to-morrow, 11,58 a.m-j sets tomorrow, 1.4 a.m. First quarter, November 25, 1.9 WEATHER REPORTS. ■ The Government Meteorologist (Rev. J). C. Bates) supplied the following Weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day :

Wind.—L., light; br, breeze; fh, fresh freeze; m g, moderate gale; g, whole or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional Severity. Weather.—B, blue ekv, be the atmosphere clear or heavy; 0, clouds, passing clondsj D, drizzling rain; F, foggy; G, gloomy, dark weather; H. hail; L, lightning'; il, misty; O, overcast, the whole sky coveted with thick clouds; P, passing showers; Q, squally; R. rain, continued Tain; S f snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. J). _C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day :—Strong northerly winds; dull weather, with misty rain and fog In parts; glass has a falling tendency; udes good; sea moderate. SAlLED.—November 23. Breeze, a.s. (4.20 p.m.), 504 tons, GorHon, for Wanganui via northern ports. November 24. Mokoia, s.s., 3,502 tons, M’Lean, for Auckland and East Coast ports. Passengers : For Lyttelton—Mesdamos Cain and child. Misses Wallis and Wells, Messrs E. H. Tribe and M'Lean. For Wellington—Misses Butler (3), M‘Lachlan, Permin, Clark, Cheeseman, Mesdames Scott, Barngh, Moyes and child, Cotton-Stapleton, Permin, Brown, Fleming, Messrs B. F. Smith, Townsend, Hone, Edgar, Shand, Barugh, Moyes, Cotton-Stapleton, ' Mills. Baird. Brown. For Napier—Mrs Young and child, Mr Young. For Auckland—Mesdames Throp. Richardson, Ulrich, Misses Kendrick and Nichols; and 30 steerage for all ports.

Tho Mokoia 1 sailed to-day for Auckland and East Coast ports. The Pohorua leaves the West Coast at the end of the week for Timaru and Dunedin. ; The Tarawera is due hero on Thursday from Auckland via ports. The Invercargill sailed this afternoon for southern ports. ‘ The Hanna sailed to-day for W'estport. . The Wanaka is due at Oamaru tomorrow from Auckland. She leaves Timaru the same day, and the Bluff on Thursday for Wellington, Timaru, and Auckland.

. The Warrimoo left Wellington yesterday for Hobart and Melbourne. ■ The Huddart-Parker Company announce that tho steamer Riverina will not leave Sydney until noon on each alternate Thursday for Auckland, instead af the -usual time on the Wednesday. The vessel will therefore not arrive at Auckland until tho Monday morning, and ■will sail on the return at noon on tho Tuesday. This programme will bo adhered to until further notice.

■' The Flora leaves Lyttelton to-night for Dunedin. Sho will sail from here on Thursday for New Plymouth, Greyiaonth, and Westport via way ports. The Union Company have 'decided to recommission the Maheno at Sydney, and she •will leave that port on Wednesday. December 9, for Auckland in her usual running. The vessel, it will be remembered, was laid, up at Sydney some weeks ago on account of trouble with her firemen, and her recommissioning has been rendered advisable bv the approach of Christmas holiday traffic. The Chatham Island Fishing Company’s Himitangi, which returned to Lyttelton on Saturday from the Chathams, experienced one of the roughest trips for some considerable time past (says the Christchurch ‘Star’), and the fury of the gale was borne out by an inspection. The Himitangi left Lyttelton at midnight on November 6, and off Godloy Head fairly strong northerly winds were experienced, which veered later to the louth, with high following seas. Waitangl, however, was reached on November 9, and Port Hutt the following day, the weather at this stage being foggy, Owenga, Tobury, and Waitangi being also visited. The homeward journey ■was commenced at 8 p.m. on Tuesday last, the weather being fairly bad, westerly winds and high 'seas the order of the day. At 9 a.m. on Wednesday the gale raged with cyclonic force, and as / little headway could, be made it was huhaequently decided to heave the vessel :.*■ to. • Everything went well until 10 a.m., when a heavy sea crashed on the fore•deck, smashing the ladder and gangway and staving in the window of the whcelfcouse. It was an unpleasant time for those on board. At 4 p.m. the weather moderated a little and at 5 p.m. she again got under way, but only slow progress could be made. On Thursday evening and Friday the weather cleared, and the conditions were more favorable, and Lyttelton was reached at 3 o’clock tho " next morning. ■ ■ * THE FEEET SERVICE. The Wahine, from Wellington, arrived •4 Lyttelton at 6.55 this morning, and connected with the first express for the south. OYEESEA STEAMEES. AUCKLAND, November 23.—9 p.m., ■ Indraoarah, from London via Melbourne * fmd Sydney. / SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. - LYTTELTON. November 23.—4 p.m., Flora. freon Westport. * :-l ■ AUCKLAND, November 23.—10 p.m., ■’ lonic, from Lyttelton.—November 24 1 ’10.20 a.m., Taviuni, from the Cook Islands. i- WELLINGTON, November 23.—5.10 I; p.m., Warrimoo, for Hobart and Mel- ;• bourne. —November 22 ! 8.45 a.m., UHc. maroa, from Sydney. OA&CAEU, November 23.—11.30 p.m.. Breeze, from Dunedin, fe k GREYMOUTH, November 24.—12.40 ' a.m., Kamona, for Dunedin. (Fqr continuation see Late Shipping.) \ . ■—

V' r Bar. Thor. Weath. ‘Auckland— N.E., lb 29.95 66 BC Napier—E., br Wellington—N., lb 29.93 29.89 65 62 B C CZ Westport—S. W. , br 29.92 57 OG Qreymonth—S., I ... Bealey—W.. fb 29.90 29.96 60 60 O F BC Christchurch — N.E., 1 29.95 62 B C Timara — E., 1 .-. — 29.96 59 B C Camara — E., I ... —. 29.83 58 B C Dunedin— S.W., 1 — 29.85 56 B G Queenstown— Cabn ... 29.83 58 O Nuggets—Calm Bluff— N.E., I 29.81 29.89 56 53 P OR Baklutha—&.W., lb — 60 O Clyde—Calm Invercargill—Calm ... 29.79 66 56 0 OR Naseby—Calm ... — Port Chalmers — 27.85 59 C 58 BC N.E., I ~ 29.80 Pembroke—Calm 29.15 62 O Roxburgh—N.W., 1 29.56 60 O

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STOPPING., Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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