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SHIPPING.

HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Taiaroa. Head : 6.4 a.m.. 6.26 p.m. Port Chalmers: 6.44 a.m., 7.6 p.m. Dune-din : 7.14 a.m., 7.36 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 7.49 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.50 a,m. THE MOON. Sets to-dav, 10-1 -n.m. : rises to-morrow, 10,47 n.m. —Phases During January.— January 23 First quarter 5.2 p.m. January 31 Full moon 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. The Government Meteorologist (Rev. P. 0. Bates) supplied the following ■weather reports at 9 a.m. to-day :

Wind.-1,. Imht hr. brec.'-; f I'. fresh j breeze; in K- moderate !;i!»; „\ .'hole o: heavy e;a:e; v. -1 e-vptiunal aeventy. Weather H blue <-kv. he the atmn= , phpre clear <>r Imavv . (', Cmuls. p >s:-ir j okuds; D, rain; F, !c>w \ <!.; ■.l'ormy. dark v, e,'t 1! h.ul: 1., h„*lit niru.'M, Tm«ty; O. . >\. n ,i-t, th- v huh- | sky covered m, ith tf.'.k . iouds . !' »a-Mi'j: : t- ho-wer?; Q. snuallv; li. rain, i-unt i rain; S. sneer, r !'. thui'd"--. I", u_:h tari»a!t?::Jr.i; app"nai e, '/., i j'V. I ]~\m'r.c \ -1. | > Tho nnminu-n* M t lUov. | J), C H,\t"sj supphud the fullii'-m.; | nt norm tnda) J : >m << , t"' i!; u.itd-. | 'iiritu to .-4>uth n'tt i M iii'iiri: "'■ .inn [ .md humid (i''iihtw"-. ' ''i l.i'ii biter.; u'bvs rising a'tet "t I u:-, ' di - iimnl : I tea rough m ill U.'JMVKD J.IM-.--M r. Kntmv. ~ -. .11 ,i r,- . 1)1 • ms. Mi ~.h\ J from Citim II mi. hivrr '!-_:!''. - - ' "ii . .J" 1 ) t.iii~. (.'I- I l.es. fru.ii l:t\ • r . ■ -.J I i >MLi:\>. .1.,' i i>- K i Tar.T.« ►•!■ i - > ~ p n i. J. 005 tntr*. j Prpwette. for A'.-k'.'iud ', ; ! Fa,-t Coa.-f j t" n *- I Ihe L'aV.i.' . v,,. -, i,i [i hi in-', ini Lvt \V.;i,u.:!..)i Jlnh„r:, , U ul \b-l bourne The Mo'unu! '.- t-in'itid to li.ni' Lvttelton an 4 p ~ , to-day tor Punt-din. sh* —iU -a:' f'-'.r 1. 'iv on Friday I'm Auckland ;m<l Fi-t <'u.i.-t port..-. Th" Warrimoo, n ,r,i Mplbourtip. !•■ Ft tin* Bluff at 5 i/elu.'k this morning for Ditnedm. She is i!',i- hero earlv this even-

Ihe Pel ru. < t Vi'estpnrt ar tnidrit'ht vpster<lav ]'..r Dutipdin and the liinff. " Tiip K.vtii i= »i ,e at Dunpniin to ua rro-.v finjn Wt'ttp.e. t .',<], i Thp Kurow. irom Weslport. was pxpe 'el t.. >.j',2 O.ipmi.i ti-das lor f)unfdm. Tl.p Delnhi • "..'.: do,mi to lhirt ( iiali>) is this inortiiii,' t i !o,oj for London. t'aptam Treurn. of tho Kotare. has returned to LJjii'pdin f'om a holiday tup to thp. North Lsland. Th.p Tarawera .sailed vesterdav nftervor.n f„r Aivkland ,i'u\ Jila-t Const, ports, will ionnei.t with t hi* -Ma-heun at Ai3. khuid. The Kott'-p nni..«l t'oln' li.im C.itlii; 'Riv«»r. The Wartaka ',tn, ( ~,t of dorl; ~1 the Port this moniiue; and berthed at. the !'.i ■ en pier to romplt-tp her overhaul. ihe Flora, for il--anii;_; and painting, "em ; ; ,t,, r a ,y ,i (J -!- t,|,„tei| by thp A\'an- .. : i. i'no Wai.rur >. i,a le, I'mt Fi.ainie.s t moiTOA me'nt tor do. knu-. The l.iraiM'i i. Win-li sailed vi-tuday for Aiwkland and Fast Coast ports, took t'"p fo]lov.-in, { a-set'^tr-:---Mc-si- Krllv, .1. T. C j;.--, Cih-'oist. J-lo.<-,iid. i oil-tor:, -Moody. C>lh.\ ](iker. Ha/.ud, C\foiNl. Profps-or lUn'uam. 3'r M'Donahl. Chise. yi'Carter. Misses Mni,'p, Hotpi. t'.ixie. Aiiibr-oii, Kelh. Kelly, .--Mart, 31.: "ii': and >«vpnteeu nnplieatior- ,M"p nieivnl by the. Wairait lfarl.or Uoard tor the ; '-ition of harbor master and pilot, ren«if«d varant tluonjh tin v.tu-. nietit of ' aptain (L Fisk. .Mr Ivan M. I.'.arr wa'ii' luerp-sful apnlnant. He i- ,it jts-. Nt second office:' on the Pukaki. and 'k had < ousidernble exper ; en. e;u ' a*in,2 the bar harbors of the Bomiriio'i. Ourirv Xoi'ii'ltT i pons w.ie rpiLiVPil . • the loss of 41 British steamers and 2 l "t sulau vessel-, with a total toiinaee of 00.074. Tht. nuiubfi- of lives lost was 183. '1 h- net t.)'it'.a,'p of .-tis-uu \e--e'- includes 35 steamers of 32.937 tons sunk by (human -warships, and f-ii;iit steamei'.- ot r*.323 tons sunk by mines. The number ■•; lives lest on steam vo.-sels in-, bide--39 in stra l.cr.- t- ink by nune-. '1 f.j Inures in. ludf the Jo, ? <.f 15 ta inn_r \i--sels of 1,936 tons and live steamers of 1.111 tons to liriti-h 5.0--.--fons abroad. While tho {icures fur the shinb:ii!di:i4 udiistrv on the Clyde for 1914 will be -■i dtonally Wnw the r> . ord utiur..- lor 1913, there set-ms 10 be every prospect •bit the output tor 1915 will *t=tartlm_dv n iipse the former re-cord. Tim output for the 11 months M:de<l November 30 {am.rt from Admiraltv worlU a;i- 440.704 toils, a falling off of 188.052 tons in comparison with the -similar period of last year. .That the returns for 1915 will lie -ery lar„ r e is a!n>a<iy seen from the fan 'hat on a.M)unt ot the -hoi ot bottoms for the world's trad" orders for 200.C00 toni in ii" ,v 1 ar,- 1 Moniui'i- wc • phu-d uirh Clvuu il.ii build, 1- ,n \,,\"nb. 1 a! me. Thp M.iko (Me-,sts J:i haid-on and C 0.".-m-'.v pass, and steamer), whi'b in to take i.p the Am kland- Napic-r .-or\ 1: <.-. arrived at Napier on Friday njcht from, Home via Edithbur", and West port. The **>ssel. -which is. thoroughly up to date, ias been specially built" l'op the vapidly-"-tpardinp: trade" of l!i hard-on am! Co., and is registered a* 100 Al at Lloyd's. Her horse-power is 500. and nine knots per hour will be easily main rained at 40 revolutions per minute. The passenger accommodation 1- cm client, and the trim little .steamer—jhe <an mil; 356 tons dead weight on a draught of lift 6in—will be quite an ac-ipiisition to in inmiediatiilv arrannwiuni'ts can be made. The vessel camp out to Xiv.i Zealand in ohavpc of Captain Santer, who will hand the vessel over, to Captain Jones, now of the Squall. NAPIER HARBOR .BOARD. The annual report of the Harbor Board states (says a Napier telegram) that, every rpvenue department shows an iiwrease. The revenue for 1914. exclusive of rates, was £50,599. or £4.159 in p.vess of that of 1915. The board's new dred.ee for the r-nrestruction of the. Last Coast railway rniba-nkment <vimmpnees work next weelt. Th«» board propose shortly to seek the eaimtion. of the rntcpa-yers tor a £300.000 loan for the construction '■: an inner harbor. THE FERRY SERVICE. The Maori, from \VplliuLrtnn, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.40 this moriiimt. and .onn-c"<-ted with thu first express for the south.

Anrk'tantl—S.. 1 , Napier—X. K.. lu* . W&i i c;a n u i—N. \V.. 1 > WtTHmgtun—X.W., 1 Bar. The .. 30.04 .. ?mi 29.04 r. W< v> •5 I 7! 1 A ath. \c \Vw»tpuri—S.S.W.. i Orevmoutli—K., 1 B«iW~-W.. ih ChriRU-liurch— 1-2, 1 1 29.93 .. 29.98 .. 29.89 29.87 ' >5 1 it) 1 ,0 j >i' i 50 *Timaru—S.K.. ! „ 29.87 ■ 7 1 ; c ftamaru—X.K.. 1 J.'hmed'm —X., ! ... . fjuconstowj]—('aliu . Nncijiits— X".. ih t>i '« \r v [i i „ 29.72 .. 29.74 • .. 294.1 - .4 \\ f 9. i; c mull—M..X.K., It . I'urt ChnlnuT^X.K.. ih . 'Xasebv—Citim ... . I 'lv«lo—Palii; . 27. PO ; 9 r H lit' ■> C Pembroke—X.. 1 l!aklutlui--S. U".. i i: Roxburgh—X., 1 '.' 28.70 r ( . 29.37 ; I: i; o H (' Invtnrarpl!— L'a\u\ . . 29 49 ! 2 V,C PuysL-gur Point N.W.. Mr . 9 Z

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SHIPPING., Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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SHIPPING. Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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