HIGH WATER. TOMORROW. Taiaroa Head : 9.56 a.m., 10.18 ,p-m. Port Chalmers: 10.36 ».m., 10.58 p.m. Dunedin: 11.6 a.m., 11.28, p.m. THE~SUN,. ' . .Sets to-day, 7.26 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.22 a.m. THE MOON Rise* to-morrow. pyn. ; sets tomorrow, 1.22 a.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev, D. C. Ratos) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day ; Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland —Calm ••• 29.81 64 OR Napier—S.E., Ihj ... 29.75 62 R C Wanganui— W.N.W., lb ... 29.74 59 G Wellington— N.X.W.. b .... 29.79 56 O Wostport—N.K., I b 29.76 53 C) R Grcvmouth —N.. Il> 29.69 58 O Healey—Calm .. - ... 29.84 51 O Christchurch— S.W., lb ... 29.85 54 R Tinniru —S., 1 29.90 53 O R Oamam —S.W., I 29.80 54 O Dunedin —S.E., I ... 29.83 53 C Queenstown —Culm ... 29.79 55 O Nuggets-E.. 1 29.81 50 '/. Bluff—E., 1 , - 29.80 52 BCT Balelutha —S.W., 1 ... Clyde—Calm Invercargill—(.’aim ... 29.(2 59 EC Nasebv—Calm 27.80 5-1 t Pembroke—Calm ... 28.75 58 R Port Chalmers— S.. fb ... 29.77 57 O Roxburgh —N.W., 1 29.52 58 0 Pnvsegur Point—- ‘ " N.E., sir ... 29.76 51 T! 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 sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy ; C, clouds, passing cloudsj D. drizzling rain; F, foggy; O, gloomv, dark weather; IT, hail; L, light i’iin";*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. 1). C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day Strong northerly winds ; dull weather.*with mist and fog m parts: rain probable; glass lias a falling tendency: tiiles good: sea moderate; storm from the south on or about Friday next. ARRIVED. —November 25. Flora, s.s. (10 a.m.), 1,273 tons, Baron, from Lyttelton. SAlLED.—November 25. Pain pa, ship (10 a.m.), 1,777 ton*. J. K. Jansen, for Lyttelton. The Tarnwcra is due at Dunedin tomorrow. She sails on Friday for Auckland and East Coast ports. The big Russian ship Pampa sailed for Lyttelton this morning to complete discharge of her cargo o] tiles from .Marseilles. Thu Flora, which arrived this morning from I .vt tel ton, sails on Friday tor New Plymouth and" Grey mouth via ports. The captured steamer Turn), now known as Cl, arrived at Auckland today from Sydney with the Port Macquarie’s cargo from London. The cargo steamer Cape Covso was despatched from New' York on Novembei 15. The vessel is coming direct to Auckland via the Panama Canal route, and should arrive about December 28. I' rotn Auckland the Cape Corso will proceed to Wellington, amt then to Lyttelton and Dunedin. 'to complete her discharge. Mr W. 11. Price, of Invercargill, _ has been appointed manager of the Union Ftoaw Ship Company's office at Timaru. His place at the B lull' mil he taken by Mr W. Y. Craske. of Lyttelton. Mr C. Wilson, at present sub-manager at Bluff, will go to Lyttelton. The Rualiine. from Wellington (October 31) to London, has reached Montevideo. It will ho remembered Unit she put back to Wellington, having sprung a leak in No. 3 bold. THE FERRY SERVICE. Thu Monnw.ii. from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 9.50 this morning, ami connected with the second express for the south. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON, • November 24.-6 p.m., Tiiraweva. for Lyttelton and Dunedin. Passengers : For Lvttelton—Aicsdaines Shields. Baxter. .Messrs Shields. Baxter; and five in the - steerage. For Dunedin—Messrs Mitchell and Scott; and five in the steerage. SYDNEY. November 24.-5 p.m.. Manuka. from Wellington. MELBOURNE. November 24. Tho Mnlwa’a New Zealand passengers arc Messrs Horton (21. Cressweli, Wilson, Rein. Barton. Nathan. Valdcr. Abbott, Mesdames Rein. Nathan and three children. two nurses, Vidder and two children. Mair. Misses Gilbertson. Des'lder (2). MaePherson. SUVA. November 24, —Tofua. from Samoa. —Atna. for Melbourne. A (JCKLATV D. .November 24 —3.30 p.m.. Parley, for southern and Australian ports. —7.45 ii.m.. Victoria for .southern (xirts. —November 25 ; 6.30 a.m.. Turn! 'CII. from Syduev. LYTTELTON. November 25.—6.50 a.m.. Uliinnroa, from Wellington (connected with the first express for the south). —November 25 ; 4.40 a.m., Mokoia. from Lvtirlt.oii. N EWTASTLK. November 25. Cape Ortegal. for Stephens Island. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)
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