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HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Taiaroa Head : 11.21 a.m., 11-42 p.m. Jort Chalmers : a.m.. 0.1 p.m. Dun«din i 0.9 a.m., 0.31 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 7.30 p.m.: rises to-morrow, 4.21 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-morrow, 3.12 p.m.; sets tomorrow, 1.51 a.m. WEATHER REPORTS. Th" Government Meteorologist (Roy. D. C. Bates) supplied the following

Wind.—L., light; br. breeze; ib, fresh breeze; m K,, moderate gale; g, whole or gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. Weather.—B, blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy ; 0, clouds, passing cloudsj D, drizzling rain; K. foggy.; G, gloomy, dark weather; H. hail; L, lightning; M, mistv; O. overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds; P, passing showers; Q, squailv ; 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 :—Strong southerly pale veering to east: heavy showers; hail and sleet at times; rain and snow on high country; glass rising shortly; tide 3 and sea increasing. ARRlVED.—November 26. Storm, s.s. (6.55 p.m.), 504 tons, Radford, from Wanganni and northern ports. November 27. Kamona, s.s. (6 a.m.). 1,425 tons. Davey, from the West Coast. SAlLED.—November 26. Flora, s.s. (4.10 p.m.). 1,283 tons. Baron, for West (.'oust ports. The Tarawera, which arrived yesterdav from Auckland and East Coast ports, brought the following passengers :—Miss Tapper, Mesdames M'Kinnon, Tapper, Wilson, Todd. Shields. M'Jenkins. Messrs I Livick, M'Dougall. M'Kinnon. Wilson, j Ford. Shields. Christie (2). Ritchie, Scott. Ziele; 11 steerage. The Tongariro went down to Port Chalmers to-day to load produce. The Kamona "arrived this morning from Grevmonth. She is expected to get away üboiit Monday for the West Coast and ports. The Tarawera sailed to-day for Auckland and East Coast, ports. The Moeraki leaves Sydney to-day for Lyttelton. 'The Tarawe~> will Iv> withdrawn from the Anckland-Uuncdiii service cm arrival at Dunedin on December 10. The Warriraoo will be available to take passengers from here to on December 10. The steamer Hackness has been fixed to load nt New York on behalf of the ■ C. and D. Lino for New Zealand and I Australian ports. The Haekness is a j new vessel owned by Messrs Pyman I Bros., and is purely of the cargo class, being replete -with every innovation -conducive to the rapid handling oE freight. Under charter to the C. and T>. Line. a steamer left New York via Panama Canal for Auckland. Wellington, Lyttelton, Dunedin, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. j Between November 30 and December 15 no less than six vessels will be deipatched from New York and Australian ports via Panama. These are tho Ardtnohr. the TTallamahire. the Kafuo, tho Horotata, the Kabinga. and thu Kentucky, and they are due to arrive from j the middle of January onwards, i i THE FERRY SERVICE. j The Monnwai. from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton nt 10 o'clock this mornpress for the south. The Maori leaves here on December 10 to re-enter the LytteltonWellingtou ferry service, and leaves Lyttelton on December 11 for Wellington. The Monowai. which has been replacing the Maori in the service, will withdraw on arrival at Lyttelton on December 11, and sails the next dav for Wellington. Napier. Oisbnme. and Auckland. TAYIUNI RETURNING TO PORT. TROUBLE IN MACHINERY. [Fkr Unitkd Press Association] AUCKLAND. November 27. The Taviuni, which sailed yesterday for Eastern Pacific, is reported to be returning to- port owing; to a defect in her machinei-v. I OVERSEA STEAMERS. j "WELLINGTON. Novemher 27.—6.10 ! a.m., Zealandic, for London. i SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ' AUCKLAND. November 26.—3.40 j ?.m., Tavluui. for Cook and Society | slanda. —10.45 p.m.. Moornbnol, for New-- j castle. ! WELLINGTON. November 26.—6.30 ! p.m., Mokoia, for Er>,?t Coast and Aii'-k- j land. i WESTPORT. November 26.-4 p.m.. j Kanna. from Port Chalmers, j TIMARU, November 26.—3.15 p.m.. Koromiko. from Newcastle. OAMARU. November 26.—Flora, from j Dunedin. i SYDNEY, November 26.—Lauderdale, ! from Greymouth. -7 p.m. Niagara, for , i Auckland. i . INVERCARGTI.L. November 27.—7 I "a.m., Invercarcili, tor Dunedin. (For continuation see Lata Shipping.) j

jnather reports at 9 a.m. tO; day :- — Ear. Ther. Weatn. Auckland —W., fb •-• 29.64 68 BO Napier—S.W., fb ... 20.30 67 BU Wanganui—N. W., f b Wellington—N.W.. g 29.56 62 B 29-11 55 O P OR OR West port—N.W.. r ... £3.97 53 Greyaiouth—E.. lb ... Boaley—W., lb 28.83 57 29.09 46 0 ChristchTirch— N.W.. 1 ... £9.76 70 0 Timaru—N.E., 1 ... 28.97 58 liC Oamaru—S.W., 1 23.90 59 0 Dunedin—S.W., 1 ... 28.86 50 OR Queenstown—S.,br ... 29.C4 44 D 11 OR Nuggeta —S., fb Bluff—S., str 28.86 29.67 45 48 Baklutha—S.W., 1 ... — 47 II Naseby—Calm 27.51 — OG 0 Pembroke— Cahn 28.05 51 Invercartjill—S.W.. 1 28.88 48 OR Roxburgh—S.E.. 1 ... 28.70 55 O M Port Chalmers — S.W., fb ..■ 23.85 54 OR Clyde—N., 1 Pttvsesrar Point—S., \v 29.17 56 50 o R

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SHIPPING., Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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