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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MOHROW. Taiaroa Head : 11.34 a.m.. - r ° rt Chalmers: a.m.. 0.14 p.m. Dnnedni : 0.13 a.m., 0.44 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 7.54 p.m. ; vises to-morrow. 4.38 a.m. THE MOON r . Rise? to-day, midnight: sots to-morrow. 4.43 p.m. —Phases During January.---January 16 Now moon 2.12 a.m. January 23 First quarter 5.2 p.m. January 31 Full moon 4.U p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. r>. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day,: Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—S.W.. 1 ... 30.03 68 O Napier—N.E.. br ... 30.05 60 I) Wattganni-S.E.. 1 ... 30.02 TO BC Wellington—N.. i ... 30.06 60 O Westpoi-t-S.W.. 1 ... 30.03 59 O <:revmo;r''- -K 1 ... 30.06 63 OO n Pa .W--w.. i 30.00 60 v. Christ-church- X.E.. 1 30.08 63 <) Tinaru-E.. 1 30.07 58 B Oamam—N.E.. 1 ... 29-00 60 BO T»nnrdin-N.E.. 1 ... 29.93 37 Be Qn?cn?.towr.— Calm ... 29.05 t.O B C \„ 3ce :.._\V.. 1 ... 20.03 64 C Blufi-W.S.YV., fl, 29.94 3S BC Roxburgh N.. 1 ... 20.67 60 6 Fort Chalmers—Calm 29.02 50 B C Balclutba—S.W., 1 ... -- 64 O InverearaiH—W., 1 29.80 o4 BC Nasebv—Calm 27.00 55 BC Clyde—Calm Pembroke-Calm ... 23.95 oO B Wind.—L., light; br, breeze; fb, fresh breeze; m g. moderate trale; g, whole or heavy gale; v.-. gale of exceptional severitv. Weather.—B, blue sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy : C. clouds, passing clouds; D. drizzling rain; F, foggy; G, gioomv. dark weather; 11. hail; L. lightning ;"M. misty; O, overcast, the whole with thick clouds; I', passim; nhcvwers; Q. squally; R. rain, continued rain; S, snow'; T. thunder; I.", ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day :—Strong northerly -winds; mild, hazy, and cloudy for change in the middle of the week ;" glass falling after 24 hours; tides good; sea moderate. ARRlVED.—January 10. Tahiti, t.s.s. (10 a.m. i, 7.585 tons, Evans, from Alexandria. Victoria, 5.5. (11.20 a.m.). 2.963 tons. Croft, from Auckland via East Coast ports. Passengers. : Mesdames. Hnrden. Thompson, Oolwill. McCarthy. Wrisht and three children. Misses Wintersgill. Gilli.- = . Williamson. Gilchrist. Dickinson, K»llv M'Kav. Stans'i!. Savaco. Ilollin, Messrs Moody. Horden. "Thompson. Wright. FatT'on: and 10 in the steerage. January 11. Job p. ?..*. f1.40 a.m.C % llt tons. Holm, from Lyttelton. SAlLED.—January 9. Pohenm. s.s. (4 p.m.). 1.175 tons. Hilton, for West Coast via ports. Invercargill. s.s. (4.50 p.m.). 220 tons. Gillies, for Invercargill. Storm, s.j". (11.30 p.m.). 405 tons. Nalder. for Timaru and northern ports. The Victoria sails to-morrow for Auckland and East Coast ports. On arrival here from Melbourne on January 21 the Warrimoo v.ill -withdraw. Her place will be taken by the Paloona, which will leave Dune-din on January 21: Lyttelton un January 22; and Wellington on Saturday, Januarv 23. for Hobavt and M-lhourne*. The Paloona. on arrival here from Auckland on Sunday. January 17, will withdraw iron; the East Coast service and replace the Warrimoo in the Melbourne run. The Tarawera leaves here on Tuesday. January 19. for Auckland and East Coastport? in pla..e of the Paloima. Tho Kaitangata -was expected to leave Westpoj-t to-day for Dunodin. She was unable to get away on Saturday owing to the bad weather on the coast. The Wa-naka- is due here to-morrow morning from the Bluff. After discharge she lays up fur survey. The Wairuna leaves Newcastle on Friday [or Lyttelton. The Kanna leaves Newcastle to-morrow with a cargo of coal for Auckland. The Karamu was expected to leave O-reymouth this morning for Lyttelton and Dime-din. Tf sufficient inducement offers, she will leave here on Saturday, January 16. for Oamaru. Tim am, Lyttelton. and Gisborr.e. Trie London office of the New Zealand Sbipr.iiia Company has just cabled that the Rakaia left Alontevideo on December 23 {states a Press Association message from Christ-church). This is t lie first advice received of her safe arrival there, and there has been a number of inquiries concerning the ship. OVERSEA STEAMERS. SYDNEY, January 9.—Evening. Makarini. from Auckland. HOBART. January P.—This morning. Rernuera, for Now Zealand. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND. January 9.-4.45 p.m., Whanjtapa, for West-port. WELLINGTON. January 10.—7 a.m., T'-.tauekai. from. 81uff.—9.15 a.m.. Ennerda'e. for frreymouth.—o.3o p.m., Buteshire, for Avonmouth.— January 11: 2.30 a.m.. Wimmera. from Hobart. LYTTELTON. January 10.-3.45 p.m., Hazel ( rai£. from Hobart. GRFYMOUTH. Januanc 11.—5.30 a.m.. Karamca, for Dunedin. OAMARt". January 10. —II p.m., poherua. from Dunedin. SYDNEY, Januarv- 9.—Riverina, from Auckland. " i MKLBOURSiE. Januarv 10.— Warri- ! vmo, from New Zealand. " | ; F» r .-ontinuation >ee Late Shipping.) i

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SHIPPING., Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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SHIPPING. Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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