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SHIPPING., Issue 15703, 18 January 1915
HIGH WATER. to-morrow. Taiaroa Head : 5.22 a.m., 5.43 p.m. Port Chalmers : 6.2 a.m.. 6.23 p.m. Dun?din : 6.32 a.m., 6.55 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day. 7.51 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.4T a.m. THE MOON. . Sets to-dav. 9.29 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 5.30 a.m. —Phases During January.— January 23 First, quarter 5.2 p.m. January 31 Full inooii 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist ("Rev. D. C Bates) supplied the following weather reports at- D a.m. to-day : Bar. Ther. Weath. Auckland—S.W.. 1 ... 29.99 65 0 Nar>iei—N.W., fh ... 29.67 68 B Wanganui—W.. fb ... 29.81 55 PC Wellington N.N.W.. : b 29.65 64 PC Westport—N.E.. 1 ... 29.80 57 G l-revmouth—N.W.. hr 29.72 62 O -N.W.. f b ... 29.64 52 0 rVuistchuivh--N.W.. t'h ... 29.52 66 0 Timan:—X.W.. g ... 29.43 69 BC Damant—S.W.. str ... 29.28 75 O Dunedin—SAY., str ... 29.37 59 OR Oueenstown—S.. I ... 29.41 of l-> Nnggets—S.W.. fb ... 29.36 46 P Tih.ff—W.S.W.. m- .. 29.45 53 PC \asebv—X.W.. I ... 27.35 69 O Roxburgh— S.. 1 ... 29.15 65 R hivercargill—S.. m g 29.30 49 O Port Chalmers---S.W.. f b ... 29.36 515 11 Puvsrgur Point— N.W.. i ... 2954 55 O RaHntha—S.W.. lb 51 O ••ent broke—Calm ... 28.40 do 14 Chvie— S., 1 - - 60 i: Wind.—L.. light; br. breeze; I 1;, fresh bn-eze; m g, moderate gale; g. uiio'e <>r heavy' gale; w, gale of exceptional severity. Weather. —B. blue sky, be the atmosphere <'ear or heavy; C. ciouds. passing .loads; lb drizzling rait;; F, foggy; G. g'oomv. dark weather; 11. hail; f., iijjhthing:"M. misty; 0. overcast,, the whole ?ky covered with thick clouds: P. passing showers: Q. squally; I.'. rah:, continued rain: S. snow; T. thunder: U, ugly, threatening appearance; Z. ha/y. FoarcAsr. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following nt noon to-dav :•- .South-v. est winds: ■lnudy and unsettled ; rait: probable: glass unsteady: tides g..nd ; sea heavy ARRI\'ED.--.):iiuiary 16. t'orinna. s.s. 14 p.m.:. 1.271 tons. Cam-"•--•n, from Wellington. January 17. Palnona. s.s. (1 p.m.). 2.771 tons. Diewett. from Auckland via Ea.-t Coa.-t norts. Passengers: Misses Biddolr,!.. Allen (2'', Fletcher. Panic l . Brims. Mathews. David»..n. Either. Alvcs. Cilhen ;2i. Wavdell. Mafford. Mesdames Sheffield and two chiliren. Xeiison. Reymer. Xcwey. Rntter itid child. Daffieii. Norton. M Donald. Messrs Virran. Briekell. Cashmere, Crawford (2). Anderson. Smith. Xelsou. Brockets Maedonald, Don. Cormack, Dnrvis. Barnicott, Cat.tell, Watson, Simpson. Walker. Hall. Hockin. Midbrook. Low. Carinichael. (lolding. Colville. Watt : and 22 steerage. Delphic, t.s.s. (4 p.m.), b.273 tons. Syrtens. from Lon<loti via northern ports. | SAlLED.—January 16. Kaitangata. s.?. (6 p.m.), Thomson, for Westport. Breeze, s.s. (4 p.in.i. 4C»j tons, .Radford, for northern ports. The Tarawera, having undergone over- | haul came tip from the Port to-dav to resume to-morrow her East lantdt running. The Tahiti was to <.ome out of dock this evening and bunker when the collier Kurow arrives. The "Wanaka. at present laid up at thy Port, docks after the Tahiti comes out of dock. The Pohetua leaves West pott to-morrow for Dnnediu and the Bluff. The Coriuna sailed this afternoon for New Plymouth and way ports. The Warriinoo left Hobart at noon on : Saturday tor Bluff and Dunedin. \ The Kauri was '\ipecte»l to leave Westport to-day for Dunedin direct. The Kurow. from Westport, leaves Timsru to-morrow night for Oarnaru and .>liiiThe Ilallantshire left Liverpool for Xew i Zealand ports on liecember 19. j The. Westmeath left Liverpool for New Zealand ports on December 3. She is 1 ritie at Auckland about January 26, and I after \-isiting Wellington and, Lylteltoit iiices on to Dunedin. I The local agents of the Commonwealth I ntid Dominion Line have been notified | f hiit the steamer Star of' Australia was] despatched from London on January I i for New Zealand via. Aus.tra.Uau ports. I "SW \s due at Jhmed'm auoiit i\n> mUUWe ' of Mar'h. The Palooiia ariived f"i Sunday from Auckland and H'.a-t Coast ports." She will be withdrawn from the Last, Coastservice to replace the Warrimoi, in tho Melbourne-South Inland run. According to the Loudon 'Shipping World,' Messrs Fleming ami Ferguson, ! well-known Scottish shipbuilders, have re- i reived an order from the Wanganui liar- i hor Board for the constni; tion'of a twin- ; .vrew self-discharging hopper dredge. ! The port of Wanganui is at present under- j going extensive improvements, but there j is urgent need for the new dredge in order that a pronounced forward step may be taken in connection with the work. I'nfortiznately the building of the. vessel has been retarded on ae-nmnt of the war. It is expected that big steamers will he able to berth at Cnstleoliff inside two years from the time the new -dredge will arrive. According to a return issued by H.M. Customs, the following were the principal items of export from Svdnev during the month of December :—103,986 bales wool. 3.509 packages skin.*, 75,346 hides, 9,245 casks tallow, 704 ingots tin, 194,097 packages copper. 2,141 packages leather, 52,642 I ea«M^ meats. 299,484 carcasses mutton. ; 13.495 pieces beef. 2.036cwt hoofs and j hones, 3,600 horns. 100.310 bo.ves butter. | 535,689 pairs hares and rabbits. 60 centals wheat, 2,303 centals flour. 208,951 ft timber. Gold : Coined valued at £85,383, uncoined valued at £18.370. and silver valued at £44,651. The U.S. and A. steamer Ardgarrv. from New York via the Panama Canal. »rrived at Auckland on Tuesday evening With a cargo of about 7.000 tons of -merchandise, including 2,400 ton's f-.r Auckland. She left Xew York on Decern- i i>rr 6, and reached the Colon end of the j Panama Canal on the 14th. The officers vonld plainly see the effect of landslides in the Cut. where there was little ! loom to spare, but ths passage through ' was made without incident. The voyage j was made in fine weather, except, jusi'out- | side New York, and no calls were made ! en route. The Ardgarry is a fine modern steamer of 4.526 tons, completed last vear for Lang and Fulton (Ltd.), of Greenock. She was in the River Plata trade prior to her present trip. After discharging at southern ports the Ardgarrv will go to Sydney, Melbourne, and Fre'mantle.
SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. AUCKLAND, January 17.~1.15 p.m., Victoria from South and East Coast ports. WELLINGTON, January 16.~4.20 p.m.. Waiwera, from Napier.—4.3o p.m., kotvhai, for Onehunga.—ll.2s p.m.. Waitemata. for Melbourne.—January 17 : 2.15 p.m.. Westralia. from Ihir.edin and Lyttelton.—2.2o p.m., El (Jordobes, from Auckland.—2.4s p.m., Moneric, from Newcastle. LYTTELTON, January 16.—8.30 a.m.. Westralia, from Dunedin.—Palowia and Delphic, for Dunedin. OAMARIT. January 16.—9 p.m.. Breeze, from Dunedin. NEWCASTLE. January 16.—Lindstol. barquentine. for New Zealand.
SHIPPING., Issue 15703, 18 January 1915
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