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HIGH WATER. TO-MOKROW. Taiaron Head: 2.10 a.m.. 2.33 p.m. Port Chalmers : 2.50 a.m., 3.20 p.m. Dunwlin : 3.20 a.m.. 3.43 p.m. s.vrvßP.w. Taiama Head: 2.58 a.m.. 3.24 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.33 a.m., 4.4 p.m. Dunedin : 4.8 a.m., 4.34 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-dnv. 7.55 p.m. ; ri.-e? to-morrow, 4.27 a.m. Sets to-morrow, 7.55 p.m.; rises Saturday, 4.2S a.m. THE MOON. Ri.vs to-nisht, 7.45 p.m.: .-els to-mor-row. 3.12 a.m. I tinea to-morrow. 8.11 p.ri'.: sets Saturday, 4.13 a.m. Phases Dunne January.— January 2 Full moon 11.51 p.m. January 9 Last <piavier 9.43 a.m. January 16 New moon 2.12 a.m. ■Jannarj 23 First (matter o2 p.m. January 31 Full noon 4.U [>. m. WEATHER REPORTS. Th« Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day : JJar. Ther. Wenth. Auckland—E., fl. ... 30.18 66 R-<' Napier-N.E.. I ... 30.23 bl 15 Wanuanui-S.W.. 1 30.20 (>o R Wellington— N\. br ... 30.1!> 6o B Westport —W.. 1 ... 30. in 51! B Crevmoiith—S.W., 1 30.22 (-2 R C |. ( . ;l | ev —VY.. fb ... 30. Ui B fhristchurrh—Calm 30.0;) 70 B Timaru—S.E.. 1 .- 30.15 63 lII' Oan.aru—Calm 30.00 U> B Dunedin-S.E.. 1 ... 20.W 30 R C Oueeustown-Caln; ... 30.03 Oil B Blurf-S.. 1' 30.05 50 ISC Jnvercargill—Calm ... 20.08 02 lII' Tbl hitha— Calm ... 64 lII' l'nrt Chalmers-K.. I 30.00 62 111-' Clvde—Calm 7 " () Roxburgh—Calm ... 29.7.) 00 lII' \-;,,ehv-N.W.. :u- 28.10 on I', C IVm broke—N-. 1 ... 20." : ' 07 (> Puvscmtr Point N.W.. sir ... 30.01 sfl O Wind.—L., light; br, breeze; tb, fresh breeze; m i;. moderate t;ale ; g. whole or h-avy gale; w, cale of exceptional severity. Weather. —R. blue sky. be the atmosphere dear or heavv ; C. clouds, passing clouds: D. drizzlinc rain: F. £p.W :G, plooniy. dark weather; H. hai! ; L, liuhtninsi'M. misty; O. overcast, the whole with thick clouds; P. passing Fhiwers; Q. squallv: R. rain, continued rain: S. snow; T. thunder; U, u-ly, threatening appearance- '/.. hazy. Fouro^sT. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) suppl'Vd the following -.t noun to-dav : ■ Sti"U_- hive-/' s : ha/.v and . lotidy for an unfavorable • halite !!i the weather: trlass unsteady: ttde.ARRIVED. —He-ember 3!._ Wartimno, s.s. (0.10 a.m.i, 2.on> ton*. M'Beth. from Melbourne via Hohart and Bluff. Passengers : Intercolonial —Meslaoies. Rav. S-ott. Havdeu and ■_ 11 i I<l. Sister No'ra, Misses Hnnu-Sh.-m- l2). Jamieson. Thomson. Kitchett, Sister Lisa, Messrs Constance Kay. S, ~;t. Laker. Hairateau. Lainande. Mristcs Kay and M-Beth. Steerau'* —Mesdames Hillsborough, Wills ami two children. Misses Mason and three children. Rad-er. Messrs .Kin..', M'Greal. M"l-'arlane. Duncan, Knott, Thompson. Melville. Mason, Billsborough. O'Sullivan. Hester. Lynch. Scott, Rready. Stanhope. M-Cann, Roukctt. M'Glau'-han, M'Donald. Reed. Nettletoti. l.ainu. Kane. Coastal, nil. Westrrdiu. s.s. i 5 a.m.l. 1.819 tons. Rates, from Auckland and Ka.-t Coast ports. Passengers : Mcsdanies .lel'tries and infant. Cou-lilau, Veitcli. Winter and familv. Whiting. Misses Allen. Macdonald*. luce. Tanner, Harden. Ambers, Dowden. Smith, Care. Henderson, Messrs Merritt, Carlvin. Allen. Couehlan, Smeaton. Duff. Mackic. Purser. Master .'. Irieve; and 22 steerage.

Tho 'Westralia, arrived this morning from Lyttelton. mid s.dled_ a_;;iin this afternoon on tri»• return trip to Auckland and East Coast ports. The Warrimoo sails this afternoon for Melbourne via. Lyttelton and "\Vollin^tmi. The Maitai, from San Kranoiscn, is due nt Wellington on Saturday morninc. The Poller ua, now under overhaul. will leave here on Friday, January 8. for West Coast ports in plan- of the 'Flora. The Flora left Westport early this morning for Bunedin ditvt. The Kauri, from Newcastle, arrived nt Wellington this morm'nc:.

The steamer is at present dischari»in« 20.000 ruses of assorted oils at Lyttelton, aiul is expected to reach Bunedin early next week to put out the balance of her carcjo. vhk-h, consists entirely of case oil, from New York. The Kowhai went down to Port Chalmers this morninc; to discharge the balance of licr carc/i, after which she troes into Hock.

The Ando-Urazilinn. under charter <o the New Zealand Shipping Company, is now discharcinc; 1.000 tons of Montreal ciirqo at Auckland. After visiting other northern ports she will mmn to Dnnedin for final discharge, and will afterwards load wool at Port Chalmers fur London. On her voyage from Xc\v York to Auckland the, Cape Cors,,, now at the latter port, or-rupied 39 days, this beiiu; ;i record for the route. Tho vessel left New York on November 15, and reached (' hristobel, at the Atlantic entrance- to the i anal, on November 26. After coaling = he, proceeded through the canal. She was delayed for one hour and a-half on nccount of a landslide in one of the locks. Only two sailing vessels were sighted during tho run across the Pacific Ocean. The vessel arrived at Auckland »n Thursday last.

f'aptain Trenrv Pankow, who died last ■week at Rotortia. where lie had been for treatment, retired from the sea about threo years AYhen captain ot the ketch "Coronation, in the early days of Poverty Bay, he liful vine!) business with \Vellinpton,"and for over 25 years traded with bis own vessel, the schooner dishorns. Captain Pankow was known to marry of tho old settlers of Poverty P.ay, also to the shipping trade of Auckland, where ho was L.- rl .atly respected.

Tho A. and A. Lino's chartered steamer Westward Ho, which reached Auckland nn Saturday evening; from New York via the Panam3 Canal, lias about 700 tons of cargo tn discharge at the northern port, after which sho goes to Wellington. Tho Westward Ho then goes to Melbourne. Sydney, and Brisbane. "The* Whakatane, under (barter to the F. and S. Line, arrived at Wellington on Sunday from Liverpool via Auckland. Captain J. H. Squires i.s in command. ■and ha 3 with him the following officers : —Mr F. Pattinson thief, Mr C. J. P. CLequen de- la Croix second. Mr ,7. 11. Thomas third, Mr G. K. Hughes, Marconi operator; engineers^—Chief, Mr A. G. Nicholson; second, Mr I. Morris; third, Mr C. K. T)odgson; fourth, Mr J. M. Bullock; fifth. Mr J. Richardson; first refrigerating engineer. Mr \V. Singer; second. Mr W. Smith; chief steward. Mr I. P, Verdon. From London via Hobart and Auckland, the Somerset, which is Tunning in flaco of the Ruapehu, arrived at "Wellington on. Sunday morning. Captain J. L. B. Hunter is in command, and has associated with him tho following officers : —Chief, Mr A. St. John Belyca; second, Mr R. 0. Lewis; third. Mr .7. R. Walsh; fourth, Mr V. M'Crac.ken; chief engineer, Mr J. B. Dick; second. Mr W r m. Mackar; third. Mr J. Campbell; fourth, Mr I>. M'Nab; fifth. Mr K. Matheson; Firth, Mr A. Bnrge; first refrigerating engineer, Mr .7. Gibson; second, Mr ,1. Ross; chief steward. Mr K. E. -Mam. After discharge of the local portion of her cargo the. vessel goes to Lytteltou to put 'out the- balance, and commence Homeward loading, which will also ha carried out at Waitara, Napier, and Wel- • jnjttonw '■*

THE FERRY SERVICE. The Wahine, from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.40 this morning, and connected with tho first express for tho south. OVERSEA STEAMERS. PLYMOUTH, December 30.—Rotorna, from Wellington. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, December 30.—8.30 p.m., Mnorabool, for Newcastle. WELLINGTON, December 31.—5.15 Kauri, from Newcastle. WKSTPORT. December 30.—8.20 p.m.. Flnra, for Dunedin. LYTTELTON. December 30.—3.45 p.m.. Caldergrovo, for Timani. SYDNEY. Deiember 30.—Oclland, from Kaipara.—December 31 : Kauna. from Grevmnuth. (For continuation aeo Lata Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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