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MAILS will close at tho General Post Öflloc as follow» : -

Fou 'tam,-By the burprUe, this day, at noon, if not under Moe. VALTABAISO -By the Gravina, thii day, at noon,

.FOB. 1TONCKO.NO,-By the Juverna, this day, at 6 p m, ?Fon Bouunorf.-By tbç Melrose, this day, at 0 p m

- Fou MELBOUR.SK-ily the Yon Yau85 (a j, thii day, at 3 30 ¡p.m., and by thoRangatira (s ), on Tuesday, at 4,30 p ni

Toa BnisuAKK.-By tho Telegraph (s.), this day, at 4.30 p ra

FOB RociiiiAjirrOii.-By tho Ale_andra (s ), on Wcdnceuov, at

- 4pm.

I'ou AUCKLAND.-By the Kate, on Wedneday, at 6 p.m.

TOE ALCKLAN».-By tue Otago (s.), thio day, at 5.30 p ra,

'UvrsrolT-noias.-Entered outwards, January 14: RangV.ira {s ), 39itons, Captain Paddle, lor Melbourne . Mary and Uo-<e, schooner, 86 tons, Captain Williams, for Port Denieoa, Vibilia,

schooner, 108 tons, Cuptain Cooper, for Adelaide *

Tho fine British-built schooner Colonist was dispose! of ?privately during last wcok, bj L E. Threlacld, to Messrs A, '.Tango and Co , for the pum of £1600.

Ibu Coorenban (s ) Mt Nowca'tlo on 8aturday morning atsix to'clock, and arrived at the Compauj'a wharf at . p in «arno U«j, ii&v log made tho passage In olrves bouri against a v ery heavy sea and strong gale of wind Tho Paterson (u ), which left two hours earlier, did not amvo till 6 30 p m , being fourteen und i-rulf hours on tbo passage. Passed the brig Gazelle off Bird Island, standing off tee land

loo cargo of the Hunter (e.) consuls of 130 bales, 50 kcgi butter, lfO ban s, 50 hides, 34 hhei p, and sundi les.

The schooner Adolphus Tates, loy tons register, will as sold bj auction by Mr. W. Dean, at li (noon) to-day, Monday.

Tbo Kabrina, from Foo Chow, sighted a ateamer entering Jervis Bay on the lSib »¡Main, suppoted to be the City of Alelaidc. It was blowing sr strong touthcrly gale.

Tho bpunkie left Koo Chow on the 8th Nov einher, and e-imo W. about, blie bad strong b.E trades und light vwud» und cilini io King's Islatd. and from thenco strong southerly galt«, wi'h verj beary squalls of rain

Tbo A S N Co's s s City of Melbourne, Frederick H. Trouton commander, cleared Port Phillip Heads nt 7 o'clock, and oír Cipo Schanck light at 3 30 pm. of the 1-th instant, abreast of Wil- son - Promontory at balf-pnst 4 o'clock a m. of the 13th, tnd rounded Capo Bowe at a quarter-past IO o'clock tho BWUB night. Ou the 14th ins-ant, at 4 u m , oft ino Dromedary; pissed Cape bl. George nt 10 15 a in , and entered Sydney Heads at 5 o'cl lok p.m..- Fxpertenced light S S.E. winds und Uno weather to Cape Ilowe, hence to the Heads moderate BVV, winda and i-qually mather. _

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