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tSHUV MAILS. I

MAILS will oloso at the Gi ncral 1 VI Office, as follows :

Fon HOBART l'os« .N.-Bj the City 01 Hobart (s ), this day, at 11

a.m.

l'on lToKOKONa.-Hythe Maiv Hamilton, this day, at noon ; and the Marie, at G p ni.

FOB POKT DFNISON AND CusitAvn BAST.-By tho Balclutha I«.), this day, at 4 p ni.

Fon MAKVIJOKOVOU-By the Leichirdt (s.), this day, at 4 p.m.

CUSTOM notier-Entered Outward«, March 13 Matilda, BCboonci, 00 tonB, C.'ptain Walton, for South Sea Islands, Black- bird (s.), 531 tons, Captain lou mee, lor Melbourne.

The Macedon (s ) left nob-mi's B iv at 5 p m , on Friday tho 10th instant, passed lluough Port Phillip Heads at 8 30 p m , passed Gabo Island at 2 a m on Mindaj, und entered Sj dney Heads at G 30 a m on Munda« Lspcncnccd light favourable wind and fines« eather to Gabo Island, from thenco light head winds and thick nun} sictithcr to Montague Island, and light easterly winds and fine s« e ither the remainder of the passage.

The s s. Barwon, C iptmn Shnobert, has had quick dispatch from Adelaide, basing letton the 11th instant for Ss dney. Her cargo consists of 387 tons s« heit and 0 tons fiuit. Sho has also on board 2 cabin and 3 steerage p is«eiigor8.

The schooner Galatea has tnndo a fair passage from Adelaide, of 8 days. Light ss eather has been experienced

A barque, bound south, passed the port y cstcrdny.

The steamers Rangntira and You Yangs, for Melbourno ; and lady Young, for Bnnbane, took their departure yesterday after-

noon.

The Fire King (e.) for the Mamvng "Riser, and the Platypus (s.) for the Macleay Itis cr, soiled vctcrday The Ballina (s ) left Graf ton for Sj dm y and the Diamantina (s.) left Port Macquaiio for Sydney, yesterday

H.M.S Clio wnB moved from her moorings yesterday to tho Fitzroy Dock, and should the tide ansivcr this afternoon will bo taken in.

The schooner Colonist is no» on Cuthbcrt's patent slip, Sussex - strect; and, upon examination, it appears i xtraordinary that, considering she has been so long on the Elizabeth Reef, she has sustained so little damage. The frame of the vessel is intact ; no Etraining fs perceptible, and, with the exception of the ordinary chafing, the schooner has suffered no material injury.

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