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SHIPPING., Issue 15665, 2 December 1914
■HIGH WATER. TO-MORBOW. Taiaroa Head : 2.29 a.m., 2.52 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.9 a.m., 3.32 p.m. Duucdin : 3.39 a.m., 4.2 p.m. THE SUN. Sots to-dav, 7.36 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.19 a.m. THE MOON. Kites to-day, 7.33 p.m.; sets to-morrow, 3.17 a.m. —Phases During December. — December 3 Full moon 5.51 a.m. December 10 Last quarter 11.2 p.m. December 17 New moon 2.5 p.m. December 24 First quarter 7.55 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Row D. 0. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—S.W.. fb 30.07 50 M Napier-S.W., br ... 20.90 58 0 Wanganui—W.. fb 29.87 fw C Wellington-Calm ... 29.01 M BC Westport-S.W., br 29.93 40 CP Grcvmoiith-S.W., br 29.98 54 OC Realev—W., 1 29.93 64 BC Christchureh-S.W., 1 29.98 50 BC Ti.narti-W., 1 29.94 5o BC Onmaru-S.. f b ... 29.85 52 C D.inwliii—S.W.. fb 20.84 48 I C Queciistowu-S., 1 ... 29.93 50 H Nugge-ts-S.W., mg 29.79 45 V Khifl-W.SAV., fb ... 29.90 48 EPQ Port Chalmers— S.W.. fb ... 29.74 50 BC Raldutha—S.W.. mg - 4 J °. Roxbur«h-N., 1 .:. 29.6;-. 48 C Naseby--N.W., fb 27.85 46 U ClvdeA-N., g -- 54 B C Pembroke—Calm ... 28.80 48 B Invercargill— S.W.,ma; ••- 29.75 43 M Puvsegur Point—S., 1 30.01 45 0 \Vind.—l... light; br, breeze; fb. fresh breeze; in !,'. moderate gale; g. whole or heavy gale; w. gal* of exceptional sevcrit\. Weather. —B. blue sky, be the. atmosphere clear or heavv ; C, clouds, passing clouds; D, drizzling rain; 1. foggy : G, gloomv. dark weather; H. hail; L, lightning;'M, mistv; 0. overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds; 1\ passing showers; Q, squally; 11. rain, continuW rain; S, snow; T. thunder: I. ugly, threatening appearance; Z. hazy. l"ora.i\s[. Tin- Oovernment Meteorologist (Rev. I). C. Rates) supplied the following at noon to-.lay :—lndications are for southerlv winds prevailing; squally at times ; weather probably cool and changeable, 'with passing showers: glass has a rsiitig tendenev at present: sea moderate swell'. SAlLED.—Decemh. r 2. luvr-.-argill, s.s. (4.30 a.m.). 123 tons. Gillies, for Invercargill. The Invercargill sailed, this morning for Invercargill. The Star of New /.ealand. Imm New York via northern po/ts. is <iuf here about tlie 12th hist, ami will complete her discharge at this port. After completing her discharge, the Purlev, which is due here to- rrow. will probably proceed to Australia to load for Europe. . The Moravshire is fixed to leave Liverpool on .la'nuary 10 for New Zealand ports. . The Westmeath was due to leave Liverpool on November 20. and should arrive earlv in the new rear. The steamer El CordoV.rs is due to arrive at Dnnedin about January 20 with •general cargo from Liverpool. Tho t-tcatrier Lord Erne js to leave New York .short!v after New Year tor New Zealand ports. She is coming via the Panama Canal. The Whakatane is scheduled to leave Liverpool about the first week in Januarv 'for New Zealand ports. 'l'he Buteshire is duo to arrive m Dnnedin about Tuesday next from Liverpool via northern ports. After completing her discharge sb" will pr«< eed to Rluff and northern ports for Homeward loading. She is timed to sail about the end of this mouth for West of England ports. The New Zealand Shipping Company are in receipt of cable advice that the st-ame. Somerset, which is taking the Enapehu's running, passed tlie Cape of Good Hope. on Tuesdav week en route from London to llohart, Auckland. Wellington, and Lyttelton. The. vessel is due at Auckland about December 20. THE FERRY" SERVICE. The Monowai. from Wellington, arrived at. Lyttelton at 10.30 this morning, and .-i>nneet.',l -with Ihe second express for the. south. STEAMER CARGO 0\ T EIRE. Pvr-s Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. AMSTERDAM, December 1. Fire involving all the. e.-irjo has broken out on the. German steamer Albania, from Australia for Amsterdam. OVERSEA STEAMERS. A I TELA XI). December 2.-5.10 a.m., Waiwera. from Loudon. SYDNEY. December L—Kia Ora. for Auckland. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON. December 1.—0.15 p.m., Purloy, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. —7.50 p.m.," Monowai, for Lyttelton, Dunedin, and Hobart. LYTTELTON. December 1.—8.15 p.m., Wimmera, for Dunedin. Passengers for Dunedin: Misses Fisher, Thompson, Gilder, Mesdames Phillips, Robinson, Messrs Cook and Watson.—December 2 : 7.10 a.m., Victoria, from Dunedin. BLUFF, December 2.-8 a.m., Kamona, from Dunedin. MELBOURNE, December 2.—Warrimoo, from Mew Zealand. FREMANTLE, December I.—O.phir and Morea, from. London. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)
SHIPPING., Issue 15665, 2 December 1914
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