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SHIPPING, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915
ureal WATER. TO-SSOtUIOW. Taiaroa ilnd : 2.5 a.m.: 2.32 p.m. Port Chalmers : 2.50 a.m. : 3.12 p.m. Punedin : 3.20 a.m. ; 3.42 p.m. THE SUN. Sets today, 7.53 p.m.; rises to-morrow. 4.42 a.m. THE MOON. Set* ti.».lav. 7.11 p.m.; rises to-morrow. 3.26 a.m. Phases During January.— January 16 New moon 2.12 a.m. Junuarv 23 First, quarter 5.2 p.m. Jr.nuary 3L Full moon 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. T ( \ rri t M 1 PI B <.s) i lppl tl t e f I % i up t" r r d ts. 0 ri t oi\ 1 ai II W N i —1 1 i 1 I \\ ! _-> , \ 1 ( W \ \ U„ I - I 3\ eh rfr- \\ I ! r i n u-h-\ \ ! ' «>t I i s \\ I 1 I <> ■n hui N ! -) T aru—l 1 bt 0 in arc—N 1 a " I» net a— \ 3 -* (1 01 K-18 u \ a [ I C An a*-V\ b "• ' hj if—\\ t "I* ■\^ H U—\ \\ * < I tcirt.ll—W I ° Utbnrgl—\ 1 ° p a tfa _ v.\\ ] O 1 r liis \ \\ , ° t ( ii t I -It -> \\ t. I -. N I I \ r t hr l r g * 1 \ B v r ' \ t < r D - 1 r 1 \ t it I > i J t r i t ed t r i 0 1 i s , n I \ r i 1 "> r 1 < 1! t A T t ( I it * ml d- s 1 1 *- i i I \"F I\ D ) I A! ( 1 ( v \ i | n r i r 1 (. \ f « I I \ 1 K si-o r 7 r \v i s 1 1 L 1 f T \ 1 k -i n Gas o Kel I m Npi 1 \ 1 t Ml II I \ at "> ] ( t J J 1 rl- ( 1 rill a r p " V kland 1 ! sails to-mom \ ct a 1 Th Win erj. r 1 M 0 n i i (- s p In M 1 I 11 1 W r 1 1 a \ i r H I 1 F f t - \ 1 - r I e 11 -i rd N I 1 1 Ka t-TL, % 1 I io'- r o v O 1 r Iwnma s 1 t f -x-1 T \tte t \au i 1 r I w K v t \ | % J If 1 n I «. Ka -t, 1 1-a - W [ r iav I D ) e r n f 0 « 1 N 1 \ rtherr pr i tl t s r « abou 'T t i iTge here in 1 x I ■oudlh ot <ta Th N~ate o h I n porn -r hj t et I I j < ha e 1 V n n r r 1 f o si I to 1 i In b I ~- N /eilard po n ( 1 r Inter o V 1 1 «de er DaL o e i " 1 f ( ' s abo t no n -\ e I d e 1 e t t 1 naj I ' i" Mvo pier h«re i, 1 e« 1 laden trtrcks awaited b.er arrival. An effort vill be made to despatch th-3 Palmore this evening tor .northern liinding ■ports. Mr T. 3. Slepen, late second ofli.-er of the 'Kaiinna, his com<% ashore to join the Expeditionary Force. Tha Anglo-Brazilian left Port Ch:dm*r.this morning for Oainaru. where she ',<;!! «ontinue her Homeward loadingCaptain Morrison, late of the Taviuni. haa taken command of the Talune. and ail the officers on ths Xavua bvc he,.n transferred to tho latter vessel. Captain Pryden has been phireii ic oiKffltsnd cf the Tavinni, and has associated frith lirrt the following ofiic-ers : -- r )hief» Mr F. L. C Jannay: second, Mr E. X M'Clellan. ' IMr J. Gilbert is chief enjrineer* and Mr A. Johnson second. Sfir H'ca-rnan CtTeenland, purser of the MootaM, has been granted leavo of absertce to join the reiiiforeements for the Expeditionary For<""Mr P. Pascoe. late purser of Tal•me and Taviuni. is relieving Mr Pttvies, Turser of the Atua, -.vho i.-i on holiday !eaw. Mr T. Chapnell, lato of Samoan office 1 cr? 'the Union Steam Ship Company, errrred in Wellington from Sydney by trio Marama for inatroetions. Captain Dryden transferreii from tha *TRjiapxina to th« Taviuni at Wellington on Monday. Captaia G. G. Bmith, Marine Superlntendetit at "Wellington, received a telegraze from th* captain of the. Rnsaian ship Fampa asking if he could supply 3ny sailed? fo* tha ehip at £8 per "month. 'Tha Pampa is at* present at Lyttelton ■waibhiz io7 a crew to take her .to PortIzxA, Oregon, Aoorasding to the returns eampiled by * Hard's Eegister,' 103 steamers and sailing sllips, aggregating 112,509 tons, -were *ofalry lost, condemned, ete.. durmt; the qnfjxter ended June 50. In addition 15 et*amer», of 24,474 tons gross, arid 13 sailing ahipa, of 9,031 tons, -wci-e broken •Tip. elo, The suggestion is madei that in order to eliminate the slides in the Panama Canal it might bo well to shear off the tops of impending hills that furnish the flow. It is believed that the angle of repose> lias already been reached alons; a part of tha nine miles of the Culebra Cut, but it is evident that the greatest part of Gold Hill will have to be removed before this menace to the canal ctm be wholly obviated. Whether the material is to'be cut, therefore, from the top of the hill and carried away, or ■tv'hether it is to be allowed to slide into •the canal and then be ramoved. becomes «. auestian of whkh is the most economical way of getting rid of it. _ While these •lidVa are an extensive nuisance and a nindtrtnee, they do not constitute any real danger to the canal. The London 'Shipping Gazsttp' states that the Cunard liner Campania has b«n (old <oti4 of the compatry'a service, and hfts b«en wwraired by British buyers. Tito
ocean career. Along "with the I/ucarria, ■which was destroyed some time back by fire in dock, the Campania did much to enhance the prestige of the British flag in the North Atlantic. These vessels eet up new records, and did the passage in little more than five days. It has, of course, been the fate of the Campania to be outclassed by larger and swifter .ships, but the Cnnard Company have good reason to look back upon the. history of the Campania and .Lncania -with as much satisfaction as they can regard the earlier achievements of the Unibria and Etruria. It was thought at one time that the ship might be permanently transferred either to' the Anchor Line service from the Clyde, or to the Canard service to Canada, but. having been built for a firstclass passengers trade she -would necessarily have had to undergo a complete alteration. The Camp3nia was built on the Clyde, in 1393. She has triple-ex-pansion engines of 3,191 n.b.p., and her average speed is about 22 knot*. THE FERRY SERVICE. The Wahine. from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.40 this .morning, and connected v. ith the first express for the south. SKI PP 1N G TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, January 13.—3 p.m.. Makatini, from Svdnev. NEW PLYMOUTiY. .7 a unary 13.6.15 p.m., Joan Craig, from Svdnev. WELLINGTON, "January 13,-6.30 p.m.. Aparirna. from 'Dunedin. I.VTTELTON. January 13—4.55 p.m.. Westralia, for Port Chalmers.---Victoria, for Wellington. TOKOMARU BAY. January 14.--Whakatane. from. Dunedin. SYDNEY, Jannarv 13. Wirral. for Amkhuid. NEWCASTLE. January 13, -Minerio. for Wellington. (For continuation see Late Shipping.)
SHIPPING, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915
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