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HIGH WATER. To-Monaow. Taiaroa ~halmcrs: 2.14 a.m.. 2.32 p.m. Dunedin : 2.44 a.m.. 3.8 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day. 7.55 p.m..; ri.-es to-morrow. 4.26 a.m. ' THE MOON. Sets tn-mc,rm>v. 2.22 a.m.; rises tomorrow, 7.24 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. P. 0. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. today : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland-X.E.. br 50.20 60 R C Napier-X.E., fb _. 30.25 02 R Wanganui-- Calm ... 3D.20 t>4 R Wellington-N.. I ... 30.22 64 I! West port-W.. 1 ~ 30.20 O R Grevmouth—F... 1 ... 50.20 id I'd-Realev-X.W.. 11. ... 30.19 15 ( -nris'uitunh --K.. I 30.21 to R -Cahn 30. IS 02 R Oamar.i—S.K.. I ... 30.00 b.> R Dunedin—N.E.. fb 30.01 M. PC —Culm ... 30.12 b'l Rl Nuggets—W.S.W., 1 20.0 a hi) C Rluft-S.W.. lb ... 30.05 ;>0 i: tnvcmirgill-Calm. PllViei;ur Point - \ W.. str ... 50.01 (■■(> 1' l'ort Chalmers-dv. 1 5U.0-! d 0 G Nasebv-C.Jm 20.10 id RP Pembroke-N.. I ... Haleiutha—Cain- ... ■ « - V'lvde- X.. I '-> 1U Roxburgh—N.. i ••• 2!'.<) Co ISC Wind.—L., iisht ; br. breeze; fb. fresh breeze; m u, mixlerate i;ab>; 1;. whole or h.-avy gale; w, pile of exceptional severilv. Weather.—R. blue skv. be the atmosphere clear or heaw : ('. cloud?, passim; clouds; D. dri:v.'.!iiiki rain; F. fot;py ; ('.. pioomv, dark weather: H. h.n! ; 1;, hchtninttt'M, misty; O. overcast, the whole fkv covered with th;"k clouds; Y, passim? showers: Q. stpiallv; R. rain, continued rain: S. snow; T. thunder; I'. th.rcateninu appearance: /., hazy. Fuufcast. Thf On-.-prnrnettt Metenrolocis! fT>v. ")). ('. Rat-??) suppl'"'-'- th " following \t noon tn-dav :---Stron_- nnrtheilv winds: s:lhi and hai'y. id' expe t . hnn.:e shortly. Jlass fallinJ: t--ude:n-v : tnl-s and sea AT!RI\'KI».--I>e--mber 3it. Ko-Ah.ii. 5..-. ,0.50 a.m.'. 793 lens, [fender, from id-ev: th. via pons. >torm. 5.5..'405 ton-. Radford, from .\karoa. SAII.KH. -ll..ember 29. Winflow. fonr-n;a,!e«l .- homier ,4 p.rnA. l?'j t-ns. Trial_-ett. ;',i! San l'raiei-co. The Manuka _ 100- -. to morrow for Svdnev. The Warrimoo arrived at tlie Rluff at P. 50 p.m. yesterday ir.-m Melbourne. She v, ;is to sail at noon to-day tor iHiiiedin. ■snd haves liere to-morrow afternoon for i.vttelton. Wellington, ilohart. ami Mel•ourne. The Flora was exnected to leave We?ts,,rt to-day for Dii'm-din direct. Captain "O. MT.ean left the Talorma i: Auckland vsterdav owine; to In,! his po.-t was tilled by Captain Dre>ctte. I'mler chart, -r i-> the T'ederal-Shire [.inc. the Whakatane is now disi haritine Liverpool c.irc'o at Wellington. Lyttelton ".ill be her next port of discharge. ,-u:d ph.e is due there about the end of this v. et'k. Some time next week she "will i to Dumdin to laud the halan -e of her earijo. The American <=< hooner Wlnslcw. v.bkb \iev-n lyine; at the Kitchener street wharf for some time sine she completed dis<-harire. iv,n towed to sea yesterday fifternoon. and saile<l for Sau Francb'oo dirt- t. While the I'liHin Company's (oilier Kaitanttata was en route from Napier to Westpori on Thursdav her main steam lope carried away, necessitating a call -t Wellington for repairs. These havine been effected, the vessel continued her journey on Friday mornint;. She will load at, Westport for Wellington. Mr H. M'Dous;all has been enlaced ,n the Xuakuta as chief engineer in place -f Mr \V. Mulean. Air \\. Mi' Donald f. is iniiied the Paloona as third engineer. Jlr W. J. Sturmey, third ntrieer of the Karon, came ashore at A\'eHine,ton. Mr T). Palmer has signed <m the Corinna :o third engineer. K. Rushy has joined the Maponrika ?s third officer. Mr A. J. Puff, late purser of the MapT'un'ka, has joined the offi< e s.taff of the f'nion Company at AV'ellin^ton. All the .shipping companies which convey , arc;o from New Zealand to the 't'nited Kingdom hav-s dcided to revert lo the I'ltstomaty system of the payment >f freight on l,'( neral (.ireo in London Instead of the compulsory prepayment "which was inauemrat'-d ort Teceicber 1. _\ prominent .'hippiue; man remarked to a representative: "We Here compelled to demand prepayment of freieht. as wn •■••re unable to obtain any insurance on our freight r,wiiiL: to the lneiuice to our shipping on the hi_-h seas. Conditions in the hitter respe. • have improved re, ently. find now we are able to insure. As a natter of fact, we much prefer- to have our freiejits paid in London owin- to the rate of ex, bailee .har-os." ['avufiit at Homo was reinstituted as Cmm'th" 24Mi The s*orm nr'ived at fort Chalmers this afternoon from the north. On Mon-day.-he e.,es into tin- old do, k in <n;:-ne.-tioii with. Iter pcriodi'al nverhaul. The T'oltcrna went, down to the Port. *his afternoon for .~;u-vry. On Mf,nday -he and the Kowhai eo into the new rirxk. The Island trader Rachel Cohen, at present under survev on the ('arev I'.av slip, refill ires a number of frames renewed on either sjde ;n the bilges an<l some r,t l :ey to ensure her .-e.nvnrthincs.s for a '"urther term. THE FERRY SERVICE. The Maori. f rom Wellington, arrived at T.yttebon ,'it 7.15 this morniu;;. ;iud conne.tcd with tie- first express for the South. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AFCKI.AXP. Tiecinb-r :-:9. 7.25 n.m.. fur southern, and Iv.s; {~',, : ,<t ports. Passengers „,,• [i|,,„.diu: Misses Furze and Conn-llv. Mesdames Furze M-Ponald and , hihl. Messrs M'Milhin and Gribhle. LVTTKLTOX. He -ember e,(- 7.10 i.iii.. Victoria, from Piim-dni AKAROA. De.-etuber 20. 5.50 p.m.. Storm, for Punedin. BLUFF. December 2R--.5.40 p.m.. \\\lVrimiKi. from Hobart with F.iicli.-h mails SYDNEY. December 29. —Marianui. from Auckland.— Kahuna, from Kaipara. (For continuation sea Lata Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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SHIPPING. Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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