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HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Taiaroa Head : 2.59 a.m., 5.26 p.m. Port Chalmers : 3.39 a.m., 4.6 p.m. Dunedin : 4.9 a.m., 4.36 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day. 7.52 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.44 a.m. THE MOON. Sets to-day, 8 p.m. : rises to-morrow, 4.48 a.m. —Phases During January.— January 16 New moon 2.12 a.m. January 23 First quarter 5.2 p.m. January 31 Full moon 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. f>. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reports at 9 a.m. to-clay : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—S., fb ... 29.99 65 BC Napier—N.W., br ... 29.85 ol PC Wanganui— W.S.W., br ... 29.86 61 BO Wellington—S., br ... 29.87 64 PC Westoort—S.W.. fb 29.95 53 BC Grevraonth—S.W.. br 29.92 53 BC Bsaley— W.. lb ... 29.94 52 BC Chrbtciurch. — S.W., fb ... 29.96 54 BC Ttmara— 3., 1 29.95 57 BC Oamaru —E., br ... 29.65 55 BC Punedin—S.W.. str 29.85 5! BO O.ueeastown —S., ! ... 29.93 51 BC l&uegeW—S.W., m c 29.51 50 G Bluff—W.S.W., str"... 29.92 50 O Baklutha—S.W.. fb -- 53 0 Port Chalmers— S.W.. fb ... 29.80 56 BC Pembroke —Calm ... 23.85 5o 1! Nasabv—S.E.. fb ... 27.85 59 GO Invercargill—N.W.. 1 29.75 49 OR Roxburgh—N., i ... 29.60 5o 0 Clvde—Cal.TL Pnvsegur Point—S., ! 29.96 51 O Wind.— L., light; br, breeze; fb, fresh breaze; m g, moderate gale: g. whole or heavy gale; -.v. gale of exceptional severity. Weather.-—F. line skv, h-.- ih-e atmosphere clear or heavy ; C. « louds, passing < loads; D, drizzling rain: F, foggy: C, gloomy, dark weather; 11. hail; L, lightning; M. misty; 0. overcast, the whole sky covered with thick ■-louds ; P, passing showers; Q. squally; R. rain, continued rain; S, snow; T. thunder; U. ugly, threatening appearance; Z, hazy. Forecast. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following at noon to-day:—Strong southerly winds; i-old and showery, but should improve shortly: glass rising: tiiUs good; sea rough riff shorf. SAlLED—January 14. Dabxore. ?.s. i 4.45 P.u:.). 4.717 tons. Terry, for Wellington. " Invercargill. s.s. (1.45 p.m.). 223 tons. Gillies, for Inw-cargili. Hauto. schooner (3.15 p.m.). 98 tons, Anderson, for Kaipara. ARRlVED—January 15. January 15. Kaitangata. s.s. (9.15 a.m.,. 1.931 tons. Thomson, from Wrstport via Timaru. The Westraiia sailed to-day for Auckland and East Coast ports. The Kaitangata arrived this morning from Westporfc via Timaru. The Dalmore loft Port Chalmers yesterday to continue her wool loading at Wellington. The Kurow is due at Port Cltil.n'rs to coal the Tahiti on Monday. The Tarawera came out of (ir-i; ilns afternoon, and the Tahiti went in. The Monna sailed from San Francis'o last Saturday for Wellington via ports. The vessel is three days behind her schedule tiine. and is not expected at Wellington till January 30. The New Zealand Shipping Company's Otaki is at present in Australian ports, and after putting out the remainder of Iter cargo she \vil( come over to New Zealand ports for Homeward loading. Mr*F. Bell, late chief officer "of the. Lauderdale, ha> joined the Ennerdale in a similar capacity. Mr W. Harrington and Mr C. Goanquist have signed on the Lauderdale as second and third officers respectively, Mr J. Appleton has joined the Ennerdale as second officer.

Mr L. Lane, late wireless operator or. the Wahine, has joined the Pateena in a similar capacity.

The local agents of the Nippon Yusen Kaisha (Messrs William E. Reynolds f.rd Co.) are in receipt of advice that 'i,*rv after the company's steamers, both Homeward and outward run, will call at Zamboanga, in tho Philippine Island?. Znmboanga is an open port to the south of the province of the same name, and has an increasing trade both in exports and imports. The Westralia, whkh arrived at Dunedin yesterday from Auckland and East ("oast ports, brought the following passengers :—Mesdames Don, maid, and infant, Ir.der, Graham, M'Dougal. Andrews, Matthews, Milfood. Misses M'Donald, Inder, Price. M'Gill, Kroker. Messrs.Bond. M'Donald, Spermey, Andrews. Cunningham, Urquhart, Harris. Tomkins, Paine: and 20 steerage. Some time ago a cable from Cape Town stated that the steamer Wilkiston pnt into Cape Town owir.~ to serious structural damage. The vessel, which is on her maiden voyage, has now arrived in Australia, repairs having been effected at the South African port. She was built by Messrs W. Dobson and Co.. of Neweastle-on-Tyne, for Messrs J. Edirar and Co., and her dimensions are : Length 400 ft, beam 53ft. and depth 27ft 6in. It will be remembered that Inst season, in response to requests, the Union Steam Ship Company decided to run a direct service for fruit, etc., between Kohart and Brisbane, and placed the steamer Koonya in the trade! The support accorded the venture was not regarded as satisfactory (says the ' Sydney Shipping List"), and the vessel was withdrawn after making a few trips. It is now announced that the company intend to repeat the. experiment during the coming fruit season, and that it will be extended over a longer period than last year, with a view to seeing if the trade can be developed. COMING FROM HOME. Due at Auckland about February 3, and at Wellington a week later, the F. and S. Line's steamer Westmeath is bringing the following passengers from Liverpool : First class—For Dunedin : Mr John Abbott, Mrs Margaret Abbott. Third class —For Auckland : Miss H. Moloney, Mr J. H. Martin. Mrs M. Martin, Misses M. and R. Martin, Master J. Martin, Miss E. ,Hall % Mr W. Leather. Mr A. Price. For Wellington : Messrs A. H. Lansdown and K. Revell. For Napier : Mr W. Coulter. For Grevmouth : Miss M. M'Bride. For Lyttekon : Miss E. Farrar. For Dunedin": Mis;; A. Watson, Mr J. Millar, Mr T. Creighton, Mrs A. Creighton, Masters T. and R. Creighton, Mis 3 H. Creighton, and Mr G. Drurnmond. THE FERRY SERVICE. The Maori, from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.50 this morning, and connected with the first express for the south. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON, January 14.—6.55 p.m., Corinna, for Lhinedin. LYTTELTON. January 14.—5.35 p.m., Moeraki, for Wellington.—January 15 : Noon, Breeze, for Port Chalmers. BLUFF, January 15.—2 a.m., Wimmera,. from Port Chalmers. TIMARTj, January 14.—6.15 p.m., Kaitangaia, for Dunedin. OAMARU, January 14.—1 p.m., AngloBrazilian, from Port Chalmers. SYDNEY, January 14.—1 p.m., Riverins, for Auckland. MELBOURNE, January 13.—Warrimoo. for Bluff. FEEMANTLE, January 14.—Moldavia, from London. t tFor continuation, see Late ShifiDUMJ

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SHIPPING., Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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