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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. | TO-MORROW. Timiiva llmoi : 0.5 L a.ir., 113 p.m. Port Ul-lt.jers : 1.23 n.m.. 1.50 p.m. Dnni■ <i ill : 1,5;' ;i. !m. , 2.20 p.m. THE SUN. >m- to-day. 7.55) p.m. ; i is'"' to morrow. | 4.23 a.in. j . THE MOON. : Sets 111-I linriMiv, 1.44 am.: r' -"- to-nmi'-j row, G. 20 p.m. , WEATHER RETORTS. ; Tim < lovernment M-'teorolog.st Hlev. Id. (’. Mates) suppli'al the following ! weather reports at 0 a.m. today ; i I Par. Thor. Wrath. ! Ail 'aland --N.N.E., 1 50.13 (5! 0 j Xiipicr—i’alni o().13 (4) O 1 Wanganui— S. E.. 1 ... .30.10 o3 i; i WellniL'toii—r-.. i ... .T-li) ;k> (• I We-’nort -..5.5. W.. 1 50 12 53 l’,o i ( •rroviimnih—S.W., 1 50.12 00 15 C i WaVv- 1 o 50. P) R | I ‘bri 5c hinvhj i Oa ;i ;;iv.; Gain; 5.0.20 5n R 1 Dum din - -S. E., I ... 50.17 5.) j ... 50.1 I 5n I’. 1 NioT—S.K., 1 ... 30.15 s'. U j Rluh- - N ,W.. 1 5>0.1') 53 R Port Chalumr--- E.. I 30.15 55 HU Na-.-tiy Calm 23.10 55 RC ! Clvii.-R Calm 70 R I Roxburgh -Calm ... 20.87 53 R C iPi mlimla—(’all 20.10 01 R I Mab I’ll;::t .-Calm ... - (>7 •' | Diver. a'”.ill—Calm ... 50.(J0 54 11 C ; Puysegur I’oinl - -Calm 50.11 58 C Wind. —E., light; br, breeze; fb, fresh breeze; m g, moderate pale; p. whole or imavy pale; v,, pale of exceptional severity. Weather. —R. blue .shy, be the. atmosphere dear or heavy ; C. clouds, passing cloud.;; D, drizzling rain; T. flippy; O, gloomy, dark weather; 11, hail; 1), lightning; M, mh'y; O, overcast, the whole sky covered with thick • •loads ; P, passing showers; Q, sou,illy; ii. rain, continued rain: S. snow; T, thunder; U, ugly, threatening appearance’ Z, hazy. FI'IIKCA -t. 'Pile Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. ( 2 Rates) Fiipjjl'”;! the following '■ nv laHiii today :-"Stroup easterly v. inds : The Vietoria .-ailed this a ftenei.iii for Auckland and East ( 2:; i ports. Tie' Aparima. arrived at. Hobart yesterday afternoon, and sailed early this tin •ruing for the RinlY, l.ytulion, Timani. DunI edin. and W' ilinptoii, ! Tim fl-ira haves Wi-stport to imrrmv for Dunedin. Tim Kaiiumi. aniv.-d a' Svdimy yeslerUlay Iron; Kaipara. j The Warrimoo is due at the Rdnfi to-day i from Melbourne and Hobart. She sails to-morrow for Dunedin ; leaves here tomorrow; l.ytiillou on Saturday; and Wellington on Monday, ’l'h” Wanaka sails from Auckland tomorrow or Thursday for tbo Smith. Tim Kowhai, from Greymoutli, leaves Oamani to-night for Dunedin. On arrival here slm lays up for survey. THE CANADA CARE. PURCHASED MV CNION COMPAN V. ! The steamer Canada Cajie. at present engaged in tin* transpacific service, lias been purchased by the Union Steam Ship Company, to whom she has been under charter for some lini". Tim Canada Cape is a steel screw steamer of 4.283 tons, and was built at Newcastle in 1904. The dimensions are : Length 560 ft, breadth 48ft, and beam 20ft. THE FERRY SERVICE, The Waliiiie, from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.40 this morning, and eonneeted with the first express for the south. OVERSEA STEAMERS. _ MELBOURNE. December 28.—Wirrnl, from ’Montreal. ADELAIDE. December 28.—Nitvaru, from New York. SITTPPING TELECH-AMS. AUCKLAND. December 29.—12.45 p.m., Maknra. for Suva. WELLINGTON. December 28.-4 p.m.. Manuka, from Svdtiev. Passengers for tlic South ; Misses Ishenvood, Sneesby, Sheard. Phillips 12). M.’Kay, Lowiek. Lee. Hunter, Lainp, .Mason, Me.sdames Milson, Reid, il miter. Messrs Milson. Reid, Choate. .Allen. Lonphurst, Betbune, Hamilton Hunter; 28 steerage.—3.s p.m., Caldergrove, for Lyttelton and Dunedin. SUVA, December 26.—Navua, from Apia. SYDNEY. December 28,—Brisbane. from New Zealand. —Mneraki, from AVe!lington. (For continuatfor bob Lato Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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