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HIGH WATER. XO-MORKOW. Taiaroa Hea.l : 8.5S a.m.. 9.6 p.m. Port Hhalmers : 9.18 a.m., 9.46 p.m. Dunedin : 9.48 a.m., 10.16 p.m. THE SUN. Sets io-day, 7.54 p.m. : rises to-morrow, 4.55 a.m. THE MOON. Rises to-day. 10.54 p.m.; sets to-mor-row, 0.38 p.m. —Phases Dunne .lanuary. — January 9 Last quarter ■ 8.43 a.m. January 16 New moon 2.12 a.m. January 23 First quarter t>-2 p.m. January 31 Full moon 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. P. C. Bates) supplied the fcllowina weather reports at 9 a.m. today :-■ Bar. Ther. Wealh. Aivkland-W.. 1 ... 29.99 ,2 7. Nuoier-W.. fb ... 50.00 72 C Wellington—N.W.. lb 30.00 64 Ol! Wcstoort— N.. 1 ... 30.01 64 I'M S.nvnou'h-"-W 1 -" "* Cl ° ll Reulev —I 'I, .. 1* ) t. I I i n-.Mii rill 00 I O riMim-R I • """C 1 l <) i)a m-u -"* I i . 2 1 L _ t i O D I U> "I . ." < )( Um i n-'nrii- tdm _ n 1( '0 IH Nmi, t ->\l ' . 2"' M V.' ,tt Y\ ■» \\ 1 ~ q l o P l Yo t (T dm. iv-N ! I 2° r C (| ,H ' N iseln—( iln . ... 27 ( _ r )H ( ri-th-t'd! • ') o Lnti trgil'-l ill i ? > r ~ () Pi ._n Po nt—- 1 - °* J l H \Vi i, i—t dm . '<> 7 0 Ba 1 'I i— Cd« i -( O r rn m din ' ° Win,]-! Li 1 1 e 'I tie-1 I.' m , ii -I i* _ ' i t oi }t i \ „1 - ' - ' \ P*' " ll severity. Weather. —P.. blue skv. he the clear or heavv : 0, <:nuds. passim.* I'louds; D. drizzling ram: 1". foggy: (', k-i'H'my. dark weather: 11. hail: L. Ilghtring:M. mis'y; O. oxerctst. Ihe whole skv covered with thick clouds : P, passing showers: Q. squally: 1.1. rain. continued rain: S. snow; 'l', thunder; L, ugly, threatening: appearan e; Z, ha/v. Eor.n: \-t. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. ('. Bates! supplied the following; B! r.oen to-day : Strong south-easterly winds: mis; ami ;'n-; rain probable: <fi!d-r weather: has a rising ten-ri-m.-y: tides -i'ovi ; sea rough. ARRlVED.—January 7. Commerce, s'our-masted schooner (5.30 p.m. I, 653 tons, Tenthcu. from Aberdeen, (.ray's Harbor. .lautuny -J. lover, argil!, s.s. 110 a.m.'. 223 tons. Ciiiiies. from hiverearciil. SA\l.V.T>.—hiwavv 7. s.s. (5.50 r..m.:, 798 tons. Hentmr. :\>i- the Bluff. The Mipnov.-ai s-rdled to-day lor AuekLiiirl and East Coast ports. The Vk'toria. from Auckland and East C'>ast ports, is due at .Dunerlin between 10 and 11 o'clock on Sunday looming. She sails on the itf.ini trip to Auckland on Tuesday. The wharves were particularly luisy :bis tnorninj;. tliere beiiiL,* three bit.' oversea liners disehar Jm.'— the Whakatane, Hie ('aldercrove, and the Cape Corso. Other vessels at the wharves were the Mmi'e.vai and the inver<'arj:i)l (.steam), and the John A. Campbell, Huia, ond Cmumen e (sai!er=;. Tiie Wimmera is due at Wellington on Sunday from '.Melbourne via Hobart, and, in consequenee of beinr; a day late, will not arrive at Dunedin till Wednesday morninr:. She will be despatched on Wednesday afternoon f..r .Melbourne via Bluff and Hobart. The Poh.erua came out of dock yesterday and signed on her crew. .She sails tii-morrow for Westnurt via Oamani and way ports. The Tuvercarjil arrive<l this morning fiv.m Inverearsjill. The Cape Corso. from New York via Panama Canal and northern ports, arrived here yesterday afternoon to discharge 270 tons of general -cargo. The New Zealand Shipping Company's Kaikoura. from London, is expected to arrive here about January 29. The four-masted Ameruait schooner rVmnmrce arrived off the Heads yesterday morning from Aberdeen. 'lray's Harbor, and was tuwed up to town last evenins.*. She !•■;"'. the Pacific Coast on November ] with a fall cargo of orvgon pine, a lni'L'e portinii of wliLlt is tarried on deck, ■c'tcr the u.-iud < iistom wit!-' this ryin' of ?raft. The Ko'.vhai. v.ldiii saih-d frnm Dun-->din last evening, ri-achcd the I'lni'i tins nioruin.-. Th- Westmeath left Liverpi.ij"! f-M' New Zealand ports on l)e"'mber .. S'i o is due at Pnnediu on Fehrr'.r;- c. The Skipton Castle left New York on X.ivcmW 28 for New Zealand ports, sud arrived at Auckland yesterday. Shu i.» rlne nt Dunedin on January 20. The Mimiro. from New Vork via Australian and northern New Zealand ports, is .due at Dunedin on January 25. The Aparima leaves Timaru to-night for Dmipdim After landing portion, of her rargo she will be doc!;e<l for cleaning ind painting prior to leaving for Wellington for final dis' harge. The Whakatanc. now discharging at the Victoria- whan', will go down, to Port Chalmers to-morrow niorniiig to timirucnee loading under t-e auspices of the Vi"i- /.t aland Shipping Company. Tic If allamshirc left Liverpool for New Zealand ports on December 19. The El Oordobes, from West of England pot's, is due at 'Dunedin about .Tannarv 20 for inward discharge. The Buteshire- sails from Wellington to-morrow for West of England ports. THE FERRY" SERVICE. The Maori, from Wellington, arrived at TVyttolton at 6.50 this njoniing, and connected with tiie first express. OVERSEA STEAMERS. WELLINGTON. January 8.--0 a.m.. Kia Ora. for London. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. •WELLINGTON. January 7.—8.15 p.m.. Marama, for Rarotouga. LYTTELTON. January 7.—5.50 p.m.. Taloona, for Wellington. (,'limaroa, for Wellington. INVERCARGTLL. January 7.-- 4.30 p.m.. Invereargill. for Duih'diu. BLUFF. January 8.-9 a.m.. Kowhai, from- Dunedin. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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SHIPPING. Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915