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HkltV* ; r- - . HIGH WATER. BSpig;”;- ■(]/. . -1 TO-MORROW. lipi'.'-CTaiaroa Head: 1.3 a.m., 1.25 p.m. E,CPort Chalmers ; 1.43 a.m., 2.5 p-m. Dun-. Ksredln :< 2.13 a.m., 2.35 p.m. HIT ,1 ' . ||V THE SUN. pi ‘Sets to-day, 7.34 p.m.; rises to-morrow, fl?' If. ■' \J THE MOON, fe;. Rises to-day; 5.25 p.m.; sots to-mor-tow,-.',2.45 a.m. —Phases During December. — fe’ November 3 Full moon 5.61 a.m. November 10 Last quarter 11.2 p.m. November 17 New moon 2.5 p.m. P'" November 24 First quarter 7.55 p.m. f i \ WEATHER REPORTS. J-- The ■ Government Meteorologist (Rev. - D. ’C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day ;

If JUW* I | V) ~ breeze; xn g, moderate gale; g, whole or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. Weather.—B, blue sky, ho the atmosphere dear or heavy; C, clouds, passing cloudsj D, drizzling rain; F, foggy ;. G,,. gloomy, dark weather; H, hail; L, lightning; M, misty; O, overcast, the whole ‘ aky covered with thick clouds; P, passing showers; Q, squally; R. rain, continued tain; S, snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, ihreatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Bov. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-dav :—lndications are for southerly winds at times; the weather will probably prove cold and showery; the night will probably be very cold ; , glass rising; tides heavy. ARRlVED.—November 29. r Victoria, s.s. (9.50 a.m.), 2,959 tons, Crolt, from Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers; Mesdames Leeds, Faulkner, M'Kenzie, Kennedy. Yule, M‘Kenzie and two children. Misses Leeds, Marryatt, Mooney, Kennedy (2), Stenhoose, Hart. Mackenzie, Yulo, Messrs Howard, M'Kenzie, Kennedy (3), Palmer, Cooper, Wright, M'lntyre. Rollins; 13 steerage. Invercargill, s.s. (1.55 p.m.), 223 tons, Gillies, from southern ports. November 29. . Kotare, s.s. (7.20 p.m.), 141 tons. Treurn, from Half Moon Bay.

The Poherua left Westport yesterday morning for Timaru and Dunedin. The Wanaka loft the Bluff on Saturday

■ • for Wellington, Timaru, and Auckland. The Moeraki, from Sydney, is due at f Wellington to-morrow. // The Victoria arrived yesterday from Jf’ Auckland via ports. She sails to-morrow on the return trip. The Maheno leaves Sydney on December 9 for Auckland. The Whangapa leaves Newcastle on ■Wednesday for Bluff, Dunedin, and Oam.i am< • The Warrimho arrived at Hobart at 5 o’clock yesterday morning, and was expected to leave this morning for Melbourne. She will nrobablv leave Melbourne on Wednesday or for Bluff and New Zealand ports. h‘ The Kotare arrived last night from Half Moon Bay. ■" Tho British tramp steamer Southport, ‘ which escaped from the Germans at ' . . Kuaale, and arrived at Brisbane on Sep- ' tember 29, is to leave shortly for Nauru ' and Ocean Islands to load phosphates for Melbourne (states an Australian ex.change). It is expected that a number i of passengers will join the Southport at . Brisbane, including the new British Ad- . ministrator over the islands recently taken ■f ‘from Germany. A cable message from London states / that the Admiralty is commandeering for war purposes increasing numbers of vessels with refrigerating chambers. Inquiries . elicit the information that shipowners do not object to the Government taking these steamers. New Zealand and .some Australian shippers refuse to pay the extra freight. Tho Admiralty recognises that the increased cost of coal, insurance, war risks, and other factors justify extra freight charges. British merchants have agreed to pay higher outward freights The New Zealand Shipping Company’s if i; steamer Rcmnera, 11,276 tons, which has fr arrived at Plymouth from Wellington . , via Montevideo had an exciting voyage, t . /according to a cable. The liner,"on which ; .-reinsurances were recently effected, ro- - (.ports that on her way from Cape Horn ' two German cruisers threatened her, and ' another sent S.O.S. messages to trap her. yAfter leaving Montevideo tho Remuora i (sighted warships. She then extinguished >jall lights, steamed at full speed, and, -'.changing her course, eluded them, li! ■’ Although there are considerable facility/. ‘ ties for private dealings in slocks and -shares, British investors are holding very tightly to their shipping securities! On 'the whole, holders of shipping securities t- .are not at all perturbed by the prospect i, .' of higher coal costs, premiums for war -/ - insurance, and the shortage of cargo Z 'which must be affecting many shipping . .companies. Government contracts in X ■' sohie measure mav compensate for these jf v disadvantages. British shipping comi, ‘ 'ponies will play a very important part JjV m the capture of Germany's valuable , oversea trade, and shareholders do not ( overlook this. They also expect the shipping industry to bo one of tho first I,*. . to benefit when peace is attained.”


r?’ HOBART, November 29.—Mamari, from London, fee: LONDON, November 28.—Moldavia, from Svdnov. — y SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. ft 1 !; 1 , .* i ft •• fe* AUCKLAND, November 28.—12.25 ,{~ ;p.m., lonic, tor Wellington.—s.lo p.rn., :fc l Taviuai, for Conk and Society Islands.— 15 p.m., Buteshire, tor southern ports. %• ' —November 29 : 3.15 p.m., Mnkoia, from >1- •• southern ports. —November 29 : Midnight, & . . Star of New Zealand, from Adelaide. — | , November 30; 6.10 a.m., Niagara, from r . Sydney. u' ' WELLINGTON. November 29.—8.45 ' *a.m., .Wimmera, from Hobart and Meljg - bourne, —4 p.m.. Kanna, from Westport. : —4 p.m., Tarawera, from Lyttelton.— .Monowai, for Lyttelton. Passengers : fej , For Dunedin —Mesdaraes Bowie, Eccleston Sk-' . and‘ child. Robinson, Steel, Messrs Robertson. Wobebus, Steel, Craig, Sweetly’ ;iuan,. Howard. For Bluff—Mr Andrews; Bpf. ; ‘ -and 57 steerage. p'V LYTTELTON, November 29.-7.45 fc"’,' Tongariro, from Port Chalmers.— Capo Ortegal. from Newcastle.—l.3s pjn., Monowai, from Wellington.— p.m.. - Victoria, for Port Chalmers. £?'■; ADELAIDE, November 29.—Cassis, E from New Orleans. —Anglo-Brazilian, fe -from Montreal. z> . SYDNEY, November 28.—Riverina, from Auckland.—November 30: Maheno 'resumes Sydney-Auckland run on Decem-

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Bar. Ther. V /eath. BC k - Auckland —S.S.W.,fb 29.83 60 i.- Napier—S.W., 1 * "Wanganui—N., 1 "Wellington—S,S.E.,fb 29.70 29.93 29.79 56 56 53 BC BC C .Westport—W., 1 V' : Greymouth —E., I ... •• Bealey—S.W., fb ... 29.78 29.78 29.95 51 53 50 B C BC G ' Christchurch— 48 O ■N S.W., fb ... 29.91 . Timani —S.E., I 29.87 53 BC ■ Oaraaru—Calm 29.80 52 O G Dunedin—S.W.. 1 ... 29.81 47 B C • Queenstown —Calm ... 29.80 53 B C Nuggets—S.W., fb ... BlnfP-S.W., fb ... 29.74 29.85 45 47 P PQ Port. Chalmera — 29.75 51 BC S.W., fb ... Balclotha —S.W., m g — 48 O Naseby—Calm 27.85 47 OG Roxburgh—S., 1 29.55 so O M - Clyde—Calm — 54 0 ’ Pembroke —Calm ... 28.80 51 B • Invercargill — N.W., 1 29.72 49 C Wind.—L., light; br. breeze f b. fresh

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SHIPPING., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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