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,t '"' ' HIGH WATEB. ■raf? 4 '. " TO-MORBOW. KvTataroa Head: 6.34 a.m., 7.0 p.m■ShmecUa t 7.44 a.m., 8.10 pan. M&". . THE SUN. ■Vfitts today, 7.42 p.m. j risea to-morrow, KslT a.m. Hfe 1 ' THE MOON. »f;Biaea to-day, 11.14 p.m.; sets to-mor-K'iow, 8.44 a.m. H-': —Phases During December.— Bitocember 10 Last quartor 11-2 p-m- ---■ December 17 New moon 2.5 p.m. \* WEATHER REPORTS. •\ The Government' Meteorologist (Rev. ■J). C. Bates) supplied the following breather reports at 9 a.m. to-day : P Bar.Ther. Weath. -Auckland— _ I : W.N.W., br ... 29.95 65 BC •JTapier—N.W., br ... 29.72 <Q O N.W., br ... 29.81 68 BC iWMlington— n N.W., g ... 29.59 62 C Westport—N.W., br 29.50 56 OR 'Greymouth-J-N.W., br ... 29.49 60 OR IBealey—N.W., fb ... 29.57 53 OR "Christchurch— N.W., fb ... 29.55 72 BC Tfcnaru—N.W., m g 29.22 72 B Otoiarn-N.W., g ... 29.00 75 1> Dunedin-W., str ... 29.02 63 EC Sueenatown-S., br 29.20 60 BO uggeta—W.. mg ... 29.03 60 B • filuff—W.N.W., g ... 29.06 56 BC L Port Chalmers— „ W., fb ... 29.07 62 BC Clyde-N., str ... - 68 BC • Naseby—N.W., str 27.25 60 BC Invercargill— N.W., mg ... 23.90 53 BC Pembroke—N., str 28.25 59 O fealclqtha—S.W., g Roxburgh— N.W., mg ... 28.82 64 BC Pavsegor Point— N., str ... 28.89 52 R "Wind.—L., light; br. breeze; fb. fresh breeze; m g, moderate sale; p. whole or heavy gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. Weather.—B, blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy; O, clouds, passing clouds; D, drizzling Tain; 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, threatening appearance; Z. hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following At noon to-day :—lndications are for westerly winds, decreasing and veering by W. to S.; heavy rain is to bo expected, with rivers rising shortly; indications for electrical disturbance; glass unsteady, with a falling tendency; sea considerable off shore. ARRlVED.—December 5. Winalow, four-masted schooner (3 p.m.), 495 tons, Trudgett, from Gray's ' Harbor. December 6. ;'• ' Invercargill, s.s. (11 a.m.), 223 tons, !"' Gillies, from Stewart Island. Mokoia, B.s. (4 p.m.). 3,502 tons, Al'Lean, from .Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers : Misses Hyde, Jones, f- JBoya-Smith, Mesdames Johnson, Gillies [v and child. M'Dougall, M'Leod, Fraser, <■ Gibson, Woodward, Blair Mason, Jones ' and two children, Messrs Amies, Armit, M'Dowell, Cogen, M'Dougall. Barclay, ;"' Scott* Ehode3, Blair Mason. Gibb, Cunv f ming, George, Miller, Taylor; and 27 '. steerage. SAlLED.—December 5.

Pohenia, b.s. (3 p.m.), 1,175 tons, Bil- ' ton, for West Coast porta. Purley, s.s. (5 p.m.). 4,500 tons, Welsford, for Hobart.

The Paloona came up from Port Chalmers this mo/ning. She sails to-morrow for Auckland and East Coast ports.

The Maheno resumes her running on ' Wednesday, December 9, when she ' leaves Sydney for Auckland. The Wanaka leaves Auckland about

Friday for Oamaru, Bluff, and Timarn. The Warrimoo left Hobart this morning for Bluff and Dunedin. The Flora left Greymouth. on Saturday for Dunedin direct, and arrived to-day. She sails to-morrow for Bluff, Welling- ■ ton, New Plymouth, Westport, and Greymouth. The Kowhai left Grevmouth on Satur-

day morning for Lyttelton. Timarn. Oarnsrn, and Dunedin. She is due here on Wednesday, and leaves the same night for Napier and Gisborne via ports. The Mokoia arrived yesterday afternoon from Auckland via East Coast ports. After completing her discharge at Dunedin she will be laid up at Port Chalmers for survey and overhaul. The Purley completed her discharge on Saturday, and after taking in bunker . coal at Port Chalmers, she sailed in the ■ evening for Hobart. The Maori came out of dock at Port Chalmers this morning. She leaves for the north about Thursday to resume her running in the ferry service. Latest mail advices from Newcastle state that " shipping affairs are indeed dull" at that port just now, but it is hoped that the old swing will be renewed labor on. Another'message from Sydney states : " The gloom of the war is steadily being lifted, and matters in relation to shipping are proceeding so ■well that a few weeks should see a re- . vival of the old activity. That is. of course, unless the most unexpected happens." ARRIVAL OF THE WINSLOW. The four-masted schooner Winslow. "from Gray's Harbor with timber, arrived at Dunedin on Saturday .iffornoou. nti<) •was berthed at the Kitchener street ■wharf. Mr Lars-en, her chief oilicer, statea that the Wiuslow left Aberdeen, Grav's Harbor, with 750.000 ft of timber on September 16. She met with adverse ■weather during the first fortnight, thence favorable winds until she arrived off the Ea3t Capo on November 21, when she ran against strong southerly gales, against ■which she battled for about a fortnight. Four days ago the Winslow was blown south as far as the Nuggets, and owing to light variable winds she did not make Taiaroa Heads till Saturday morning, ■when she wa3 towed up to Dunedin by the tug. She will discharge the whole of her cargo here. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. OMAPERE, December s.—The Joan Craig, Louisa Craig, and ITouto passed ponth at 3 p.m. yesterday. "WELLINGTON. December 5.—7.10 p.m., Star of New Zealand, for Nelson. —December 6 : 1.30 a.m., Waipori, under sealed orders.—2.3s p.m., Westralia, from Lyttelton.—7.s a.m., Indrabarah, for Wanganui. TXMARLT, December 6.-6 a.m., Pohema, from Dunedin. OAMARTT, December 5.-6 p.m.. Corinna, from Dunedin. SYDNEY, December 6—1.25 p.m., .. Moana, for "W°l!in"*''Mi. •f\VSTLE, December 6.—Daniel, fol New Zealand. AUCKLAND, December 6.-9.45 a.m., Victoria, from southern ports.—B.4o p.m., Navua, from Suva.— a.m., Fiona, from Fiji.—s.4o a.m.. Caldergrove, from New ( York via Panama Canal.—lo a.m., Eiverina, from Sydney.

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SHIPPING., Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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