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HIGH WATER. TO-MORROW. Taiaroa. Head : 7.31 a.m.. 7.53 p.m. Port. Chalmers : 8.11 a.m., 8.33 p.m. Diuiediu : 8.41 a.m., 9.3 p.m. THE SUN. Sets to-day, 7.40 p.m.; rises to-morrow, 4.51 a.m. THE MOON. Sets to-dav. 10.17 p.m.; rises to-mor-row. 11.54 a.m. —Phases During January.— January 23 First quarter 5.2 p.m. January 31 Full moon 4.11 p.m. WEATHER REPORTS. Xhr* Government Meteorologist (Rev. D. C. Bates) supplied the following weather reoorts at 9 a.m. to-day : Bar. Ther. Wrath. Auckland—N.E., I .-. 30.02 67 O Napier—Calm 29.36 /';.-> O W'anganin—S., 1 ... 1:9.95 60 0 Wellington—N.W., 1 20.05 60 DC Westport—E.. 1 ... 20.95 5-0 O Crevmoath—F... 1 —. 20. Oo o9 O Henley—N.W., f b _ 29.07 66 B Christchureh—Calm .- 20.73 o) B Timaru.—N.W., fb >~ Co.rfs 74 B (._ Oamarti— V... 1 ... 29.07 -. !'»'- .Dmifdin—N.W.. 1 ... 29.62 67 Bt; Oueer.stown—S., !'b 20./4 rl DC Nuggcts-N.W.. f b 29.5S W M Itliiff—N.W., 1 ... ... 20.00 61 i.o Port Chalmers— N.E., ib ... 200-i 62 C Clvde—N.. 1 - • '2 " Baidijthst—S.W., lb 70 O Naspbv—Cairn ... ... 27. bo iv> <■ Poxburgh—N-, sir ... 20.-U b'J O Pembroke—N-. t:r ... 26.7) to B lnvcreargill-N.. lb 20.60 00 B C I'tivsegur Point- ' ' N.W.. str ... 20.51 65 11 Wimi-L., iipht; br. Lnvzp ; f K fresh breeze; m g, moderate gale; g. wnole or hsavy gale; w, gale of e.-iceptional srver:tv. Weather.—B. blue eky, bo the atmosphere clear or heavy: C. clouds, passing r-oads; T>. drizzling rain; F. foge.y; Q, c'.oomv, dark weather; H. hail: L,'M. misty; 0. overcast, the whole fWeovr> T od with thick clouds ;V. passiim fch'oweT?-. f). ;. P>. rain, continued rain: S. snow"; T. thunder; (.', "pr'y, threatening appe-trance; '/., \my. For.ECAsT. Th<? Government .Meteorologist (Bev. D. C. Bates) supnlied :he " following M noon tn'-diy : Strong s-.iith-west winds: cloudy and unsettled: run probAniMVKD. -January 20. Warrtinon, s.s. (5.40 p.m..-. 3.520 tons, M'Berh, from Mcibnan:-. vis flobart and i'.-utT. Passeuecrs : M,-s<!ames l.usk. F'.ovey. Cairns. Hemming end child. Mae-k-mzie, >rni:h. Mi.-ses' 'Reunie. Perry, Lewis, firay, Dinsmore. Messrs Demmiiig. Marl-en/.ie. William?. Camming. Law-rr-n.-e. Smith. Owen, Brand : and 55 in the January 21. Monowai. .i.s. ' (8.40 n.m.L 2.137 torts, Carson, from A ! .!ekl;ind and Ea>t Coast SAlLED.—January 20. Delphic, t.s.s. (6 p.m.:. 8.273 tons, Symous, for Napier. Janinny 21. Kutare, s.s. (3.30 a.m.). 141 tons, Tre:;rn. for the Biulf. Livereargiil. s.s. (10.30 a.m.;. 223 tons. Oi!lie,% for .luvereargiii. The Monowai arrived this morning from .Auckland and East Coast ports. She sails to-morrow on the return trip to Am-khunl and ports. The Paloona sailed to-day for Lyttel-t-on, Wellington, llobart. and "Melbourne. The Kotare sailed early this morning for the Bluff. Captain Treurn. who has just returned from holiday leave, resumed command. The Kn-rina arrived at .Auckland y.sterclav with a i argo of coal from Newcastle. The Breeze i.s expe. ted to arrive tomorrow from northern ports. The John is due to arrive here on Monday from Wellington and intermediate ports. The Tnion Company's big collier Wairuna left- Newcastle into on Tuesdiiy night for Lyttelton direct. The Warrimoo, from Melbourne via llobart and Biuff. arrived at Dunedin last pverting and berthed at tlio Cross wharf to discharge. Her cargo included 60 cases periodicals, 1,000 cases tea, 800 bags rice. 000 bags super, 10 bags rice-meal, 255 bags ground, bark, 583 bags onions, 130 4-ases frnifc. 150 bandies palings, 12 bales paper. 13 bales wool. 14 eases tr.bauo, find sundries. Her trip up the coast was je-tarted by a strong head wind. A iter di.ic-harga she will '.withdraw {m: overhaul and .survey. After the Warrimoo had been moored at the Cross wharf last m'ght the Paloona was berthed alongside for the of transhipping cargo for Lyttelton and Wellington. Captain M'Beth, of the Warrireon, transferred to the Paloona, his offi-rei-M being Air J. (1. Middleton (chief 1. Mr P. Caixlner (secondl, ;md Mr K. Ni-'hoLn-s (third). The steamer Alottisfont. whirh is eombtg to New Zealand to |o;»d for tho New Zealand Shipping Company, is a vessel of 4,784 ton?!, commanded by Captain Martin. She is to leave Brisbane for Wauganui ■her first loading port) on the 20th inst., and she will afterwards visit Nelson, Pieton, Wellington, Napier. Oishor.ue, and Tokomnm T>,iy, returning to Wellington for final departure about February 15. Under charter to Mr 0. 11. Scales, the *tearner Skipton Castle will .shortly return from Australia to load wool at'various ports for London, am! will finaliy sail for the United Kingdom on FrbruarV 18.

German engineers and salvaging parties .are said to be hard at work at Antwerp Snaking efforts to raise, with a view to repairing them, or completing the destruction of the vessels .sunk by the Allies at Antwerp before that city* was taken by the enemy. Hugo ship-repairing plants have been taken over bv tho Germans, and lug numbers of men are employed therein, but on the best of authority ii is stated at least six months must elapse before any material cliff ere nee in the blcK-ked-up channels of the port will come about.

In her day few vessels were bettor known in the New Zealand-London trade than the barque Lake Erie, consequently some will bo interested to learn that she has terminated her career. She was built in 1868, and in 1891 Messrs A. H. Turnhull and Co. acquired her, and ej.ivp command to Captain 1L Munro. [n Messrs Tiirnbnll's interest.-; fhe did renmrkablv well, always making creditable passages', otic heinc; to Calcutta from Cape Town in 32 days. About the. middle of the "nineties' Messrs Turnbull disposed of her at a good figure to Italian;?, who ran her -nntfl a few -weeks as;o, when she. was again sold, this time to be broken up. THE FERRY SERVICE. Tho Wahine, from Wellington, arrived at Lyttelton at 6.40 this morninn, and (■onnectpd with the first express for the south. OVERSEA STEAMERS. AtTCKLAND,_ January 20.—12.40 p.m., Mimiro, frora Ne-.v York via Australian ports. WELLINGTON', January 21.—7.15 a.m., Waiwcra, for London. SHIPPING TELEGRAMS. WELLINGTON, January 20. — p.m., D aim ore, for 'L'imaru.— 5.15 p.m.. Manuka, for Lyttelton.—s.4o p.Ht.., Reniuera, for Lvtteltoii. LYTTELTON, January 20.-4 p.m.. Storm, for Dimedin.—4.3o p.m., Monowai, for Dunedin.—4.4s p.m., Corinna, for" Wellington.—Tarawera, for Wellington. OAMARU, January 21. 4.30 a.m., K.urow, for Dunedin. SYDNEY", January 20.—3 p.m., Maheno. for Auckland. NEWCASTLE, January 20.—Maranui. for Nelson.—Wairuna, for Lyttelton. iFor, continuation sea Late Shipping.)

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SHIPPING., Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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SHIPPING. Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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