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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Taiaroa Hero] : 6.5 a.in.. 6.29 p.m. Port Chalmers ; 6.45 a.in.. 7.9 p.m. Dunedin : 7.15 a.m., 7.39 p.m. THE SUN." S<-ts to-day, 7.55 p.m. ; rises to-morrow. 4.33 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-day, 10.17 p.m.: sets to-mor-row, 10.17 a.m.

—Phases During January. — January 0 East quarter 8.43 a.m. January 16 New moon 2.12 a.m. January 25 First quarter 5.2 p.m. January 51 Pull moon 4. LI p.m. WKATHKR RKPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. .Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day ; Bar. Thrr. Wrath. Au-k'and --S.W,. 1 „ 29.97 69 13 Napier—('aim ... ... 29.85 70 B \Y an it a mil—W.. Mr ... 29.88 68 13 C* Wellington —.V., hr ... 29.86 61 OM Westport—W.S.W. 1 29.70 64 ODE V'.rev-month—W., I ... 29.5S 64 M Bealey-—W., 1 b 29.94 t>s B Christchurch—Calm 29.85 70 I! Timaru—S.E., fb ... 29.91 62 BC Oamaru—S.W., 1 ... 29.72 63 O Dunedin—S.E.. lb ... 29.75 57 O C'ueenstowp.—S. W., I 29.77 65 B 0 N::-sets—N., 1 29.71 53 Z 1 29.72 59 B lu\ ereargill—N.W., 1 29.57 66 P> Nasebv —Calm ... 27.75 62 C Roxburgh—S., str ... 29.46 66 C Pembroke— N-, sir ... 28.70 65 O Pn.'t Chalmers—S., I 29.74 f>9 O DaUluiha—Calm ... ■— 65 O i Ty«b—Calm Pevsegnr Point ' N.W., str ... 29.58 59 0 Wind.—l... light ; hr. breeze ; i b, fresh Freeze: m q. moderate gale: g. whole or heavy gale; w, gale of’ exceptional Weather.—P>. blue sky. be the atmnsr’uere Clear or heavy: C. clouds, passing rlogds; D. drizzling rain: F. foggy: G, gloomy, dark weather: 11. hail: 1.. lightting: M. misty; 0. overcast, the whole Ay covered with thick eiutids ; P. passing showers: Q. squally; B. rain, continued rain : S. snow; T. thunder; C. ugly, threatening apnearam e; Z, hazy. For.!;c.\sT. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. P. C. Bates) supplied the following "it to-day :— String westerly winds, with a southerly tendency; .-..jiial'y and heavy showers : glass has a rising tenurncy: tides goes!: sea moderate swell. SAILED. ■•—,) a unary 5. Invercargill. s.s. ;5.15 p.m.-. 223 tons, diilies. for Invercargill. ARRlVED.—January 6. Aitglo-Draz.ilian. s.s. ,7.25 a.uni. 4,668 tons. Richardson, from Montreal via n-n-th- , n; ports. Hree.'e. s.s. (9.45 a.m. i, 286 tons. RadUrd. from Timaru. Tie- Pohema sails on Saturday for the We-t Coast, via ports. The Monowai leaves Lyttelton at 4 p.m. ’•••day for Dunedin. Sim sails from here on Friday for Auckland and Fast Coast norts.

The "Manama is due at AVellingtor. at 7 o’, lock to-night from Sydney. The Kaitangata- 1, ■f r Wellington last night for Westport to load coal for Tim--irn and Dunedin.

The Aparima leaves Lyttelton to-night rind Timaru to-morrow night for Dunedin, and is expected here on Friday.

The Breeze, is expected to sail to-night for Wanganui and way ports. The Anglo-Brazilian arrived this morning from Lyttelton to complete discharge of her Montreal cargo, after which slip will proceed to Port Chalmers this evening or to-morrow to commence her Homeward loading. She will remain at Port Chalmers till the middle of the month, afterwards visiting Bluff and northern

loading ports. .After being laid np for tin- holidays the Invercargill sailed yesterday evening for Invercargill. The well-known Oriental Royal Mail line of steamers from Australia have lately made a new departuie, and have now a regular cargo service from Australia to the 1 nited Kingdom. Ihe vessels already advertised to sail are the Yarrowdale. Lord Crntner, and English Monanh. The Poherua and the Kowhai conic out r-f dock at Port Chalmers to -morrow morning, and the Storm conics out on Friday morning. Iln? Mokoia has had her funnel removed in connection with the fitting of her vvatertu! f boilers at Port Chalmers. THE VANCOUVER A ERA'ICE. Tin* following is the lime-tabic for the Van-ouver service;—• Makura.—Left Am Island December 29 for Aailcouvcr via Suva and Honolulu; ■ in- Vancouver January 14. Niagara.—Left Vancouver December 25 tor Auckland and Sydney via Honolulu and >uv.t; due Am Eland January 12, and Sydney January' 15. Niagara,—Leaves Sydney Jaimnrv 21 for Auckland direct; due Auckland .January 25. J.eaves January 26 for A'aneouver via Suva and Honolulu: due Vancouver February 11. THE FERRA' SERVICE. The Alanine, from Wellington, arrived at- Lyttelton at (.50 this morning, and oimei ted with the second express lor the south.

SHIFTING TELEGRAMS

AUCKLAND. January 5.—6.10 p.m "Victoria, for southern ports.—B.lo p.m Jtiverina, for Sviinev.

M ELLINGTON, January 5.—5.50 p.m. Monowai, for Lyttelton.—6 p.m.. Kaium gat a, for Westport.

LYTTELTON. January 5.—10.10 p.m. TVhakatanc, for "Port. Chalmers.— January 6 : 11.50 a. tn., I’aloona, from Dunedin.

TIMATIU, January Breeze, for Dunedin.

5,—5.15 p.m

(For continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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