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S SHIPPING NEWS.

SATURDAY.

ARRIVALS.

Boindie, schooner, <50, Quested. East Coast, produce. Cabin-Mr. Padman wife and children.    

Swordfish, schooner, 155, Roberts, Melbourne, sundries. Cabin-Mr. J. C. Hallan, wife and 4 chil-

dren

Balmoral, schooner, 115, King, Melbourne, ballast ft steerage. .. . _ .

Victory, schooner, 70, Baker, Macquarie Harbour, pine.  

IMPORTS.

North Star, Melbourne-30 tres beef, 40 dozen washing boards. Order.    

Swordfish, Melbourne-5 css claret, 11 bdls fencing wire, 200 bgs. Order.  

Tamar, Melbourne-10 ¼-csks spirits, 5 bxs tobacco, 5½ ditto 63 ½-chsts 36 bxs tea, 2 trnks shoes, 2 css paper hangings, 6 pkgs nails, Order.

Victory, Macquarie Harbour-22,000 ft pine, Risby.

YESTERDAY.

ARRIVAL.

Helen S. Page, barque, 226, Spring, Port Albert, cattle. 4 steerage.

DEPARTURE.

Moasam, barque, 198, M'Donald, Melbourne,

sundries.

IMPORTS.

Helen S. Page, Port Albert-72 head cattle, 16 hides, W. A. Guesdon & Co.

THIS DAY.

ARRIVAI..

Antipodes, barque, 592, Grey, London, general.

Cabin-Mrs.Grey; 4 steerage.

ENTERED OUT.

William Hill, brig, 120, Harrison, Geelong.

CLEARED OUT.

Pet, barque, 278, Gallaghan, Mauritius, sundries.

IMPORTS.

Antipodes, London.-50 ½-hhds, 100 kgs, 4 carro teols, T. D. Chapman &Co ; 1 cs, G. W. Walker; 100 c-ks, 69 pkgs, L. Roope; 119 cm, 21 trks, 41) fkçs, R. Lewis & Sous ; 5 cv«, A. & F. Butler ; 1

esk, T. Gellibrand ; 2 ess, Westcott ; 3 do, Brick hill ; 12 pkgs. H. W. Whitton; 10 do, G. Taylor ; 5 do, Officer Commanding 12th Regt.; 13 do, J. Sherwin ; 23do,Huytjcrs; 49 do, W. Knight ; 3 pkgs, B. Cun- ningham j 1 "bx, 1 cs, W. Cole ; 16 bis, Paterson and Browne; 2 ess, C. Hollinsdale; 22 do. 6 bxs, A. Morrison ; 1 esk, II. Butler; 1 cs, J. Doughty ; 1 do, W. Knight; 25 bhils, McPherson & Co ; 150 pkgs, Watchorn & Co.; 9 pkgs, H. Hopkins; 25 ess, Diiector of rublic Works; 1 do, R. W. Nutt; 3 do, A. Morrison -, 3 do, Watchorn & Co. ; 4 his, 14 pkgs, Biotrn St Co. ; 41 pkg«, G Hutton ; 49 pkgs and pes, 12 grindstones, Cleburne & Co ; 5 pkgs, J. A. Cum- ming ; 1 cs, McPherson & Co. ; 10 pkgs, Downing : 81 pkgs, Mccormick; 31 do. Andrews; 405 do, Lindsay; 72 do, J. Ross; 26 d«, A. and F. Butler; 45 do, 20 J te«, 30 trks, 1 cn, 693 sacks oats, 1 bin, S. Moses; 17 pkgs, 100 pipe bxs, J. and J. Moir ; 12 bis, Patterson and Brown ; 1 es, H. Hop kins; 150 cs«, McPherson and Co.; 16 trks, Boys ard Had ; 9 pkgs, H. Cook ; 23 ce«, Fryer & Allen ; 11 packages, 2 ess, W. Wood; 58 pkgs, R. A. Mather; 2 «lo, J. Andrews; 5 ess. R and R. Franklin; 333 pkgs, 6 ess, L S.cvenson & Sons; 200 bdls iron, 20 bxs, 5 his, 121 ess, IO c-ks. 427 bgs salt, M'Pher aon & Co. ; 150 esk*, W Crosby it Co. ; 10 pkgs, A. Cumming; 403 do, R. Harcourt; 16 bis, 1 bottle, 12 ess, 1 esk (12 stable barrows) 1 crt (5 sheets lead), Government Stoifs; 50 csks, ship's account ; 7 ess, Address ; 1 c« unolnimed, 4 do, 20 pkgs, Order.

EXPORTS.

Pet, Mauritius-51,000 ft timber, 50 tons guano,   Brown & Co ; 34 ditto ditto, Maning Brothers.

The Antipodes, barque, from London, Capt. Grey, the 3rd June, arrived here this morniug with a general cargo. Captain Grey reports that on tho 9th August, to the west of the Cape, ho experienced a cyclone, varying from S. to b.E, which lasted 48 hours,-during the continuance of which the barquo had to heave-to under storm staysail. Captain Groy also reporta very heavy gales from N.W. to N.E. for the last ten days. The Antipodes brings for Mr. Alderman Murdoch threo couples of Spanish fowls and some golden spingled Hambtirghs, and also three brace of pheasants, principally bens, for Mr. Weaver, chemist.

The master of tho Victory, from Macquarie IIir bour, reports the Lady Emma on the 4th instant wi h 26 tuns oil, and on the same day the Julia brig off Port Davey with IO tuns. On the 6th Captain Baker spoke off the same port the Briton's Queen, clean, having lost three whales ; the Marie Laura with 42 tuns ; the Australasian Packet with 12 tuns ;

and the Louisa clean. The Atalanta schooner for this port waa lying iusido the bar on the 4th, with a cargo ot 28 000 feet timber. The Victory also reports very high floods at Macquarie Harbour, aud all along

the western coast.

SAVSOSITil,

ENTERED INWARDS.-Septembbb IO.

Black Swan, steamer, 300, Woods, Melbourne. Passengers-Messrs. A. Guy, Orr, Dixon, Swan, Newby, C. N. Campbell, R. Gleadow, Tanknrd, J. Tankard, Mrs. Da Croz, Miss Abbott, Miss Wilmot, Mrs. Newby and 2 children.

The Royal Bhepherd leaves Melbourne for Launces- ton to-morrow or next day, when her repairs will be completed.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES OF SEA-GOING

STEAMERS.

Faou Hobart Towk.

City of Hobart, Bentley, Melbourne, early.

Tasmania, Clinch, Sydney, on Wednesday, 15th September, at noon.

Pout of Labkceito*.

Pluck Swan, Woods, Melbourne, Friday, 24th September.

Boyal Shepherd, Saunders, Melbourne and Geelong.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES FROM

MELBOURNE FOR

Southampton via Sues. European, R.M.S. Sept, 15. London. Kent, September 25. Hong Kong. William, early.

Vancouver Island. Orestes, early ; Notion, early -Caleutta Queen of the Sus, early. Mauritius. Bessie Young, airly.

j Smeapore Lyra, enrly. ,

RETAIL MABKE'I8.-THIS DAY.

?m . £ t. rf. s Wheat, psr bushel.8s0dtoO 6 * ._ Cape Barley . , . 7s to 0 8 0 Oat» .:;'6s0iîtô7 0

Malta .. . 0 8 0 Pea* (gray). .. ... o 10 0 ' Ditto (white). <.0 12 0 Beans .. ... ,M . 0 12 0 Tares .; .. 0 14 0 ' '. -Vinar (fine), per ton ... ...£20 to 2i 0 0

,'IMUó seconds ditto .£18 to 20 0 0 4]!i|T, loose, ditto ... £6 10s to 7 IO 0 Ditto, pressed, ditto ... £8 10s. to 9 0 0 ; «aw, ditto .. .. £3 3s. to 3 10 0 .IJMatoes.perton... .. '. 8 0 0 Onions, per ton . . .Carrot*, per ton. ... 4 0 0

.Turnips, per dpzen ... i.V ... 0 8 0 Apples, per bushel .'.i 0 12 0 Pears, ditto..'. loo J*nn, per lb..Is too I s Fowls, per conple.4sOdtoO 5 0 Ducks, ditto. . 0 6 0 fleece, each. 6s. ti 8 0 Tarkeys, ditto.8s. to 9 0

Eggs, per dozen. 1 9 Bntter, per lb..9s to 2 6 ff Joey Coal. .,. ... 2 0 0 Helmuten Island ditto. 15 0 Port Arthur ditto.. 1 io O Kew Town ditto.£1 7s to 112 6 Wood (she-oak) cut ... £1 5s toi 8 0 .pty*, fWP,4itto." .» ,f ... 1 3 0

Fresh Meat, Retail.

Helper lb." ." '..,'M.to94" Motton ^.. ..." .... " .. ... £*7d.to9d. Pork (scarce) . ... flOd.to'ls.

Veal ... . ¿.. »Od. to Is.

Wholesale. '}

Beef . 6d.to7d.

Mutton. 7d. to8d. pork . 9d. to 10d.

Veal . ««W

Beef bears the same price, and bullocks have been ?old to-day at an average of £17 8s. 6d. There is

no fat mutton in tho market >

Timber Market.-Pricks raosi thbí Boats. Palings, 5-ft per 100 . 6s. Od to 6 3 Ditto 6-ft per 100 .9s Od. to 10 6 Shingles, per 1000 .10s. Od. to 10 6 Laths, 3ft per 1000.4s. Od. to 5 0 Ditto, S ft 6in. 4s. 6d. to 5 6 Joists and quartering, per 100

ft, market cut . 4 0 Ditto full cut .18 0 Battens, per 100 ft . 7s Od to 7 6 Bonrds, inch, ditto . 10s Od to 12 O Ditto, j-inch, ditto . 9s Od to 10 0

Posts and rails, ditto . 110 0, Deals 9 x 3, per foot . 0 0 8 Ditto 11 x 3, per foot . 0 0 10 Battens 7 x 3, per foot. 0 0 5

There are several vessels in, but little is doing for export, on account of the low prices obtained in the

Melbourne market.

Monday, 13th September.

Wheat, Flour, die.-Mr. Walker's Mills: Fine flour (colonial wheat) £18 to £20 ; wheat, 7s 9d to 8s ; English barley 8a to 8s 6d; bran 2s 3d to 2s 6d; sharps £12. Wright's Stores, New Wharf: Whcat7s9dto 8s Od; English barley 8s 3d to 8s 6d; Cape ditto 6s od to 6í6d; oats 4s 6dto5s6d per bushel; first flour£19 to £20 ; bran 2s 6d per bushel of 20 lbs. ; CokniaVpotted butter Is 9d per lb: King and Patterson's, Old Wharf: flour 18ito20f; wheat 8s0d to 8i 3d; English barley 8s 6d ; oats 5s 31 to 5s 9d ; Cape bailey 6s6dto6s9d; hay, pressed £6 I Ob to £7; Potatoes £7 to £8 : Luttrell & Wise, Old Wharf; Flour £18 to £19; wheat, 8s Od ; Cape barley, (none); English ditto, 8s Od to 8s 6d ; oats 5s 6d to 6s; pota- toes £7 to £7 10s; hay (country pressed) fc'6 10s. to £7. Mr. Star Io, Wilmot and Sorell and Commercial Steam Mills: Fine flour, from colonial wheat, £19 to £20; wheat (colonial) 7s 9d to 8s 3d; bran 2s Od to 2s 3d.

Flour lemaius as last quoted. In wheat hut little is doing, the supply equal to demand at the abovu quotations. Potatoes dull of sale at from £7 10s. to

£8 5s.

COMMERCIAL.

RATES OF EXCHANGE.

Bank of Amlrahda.

Diaw on London at 60 days' sight above £50 at

2 premium.

Buy ditto ditto at par.

Customs' Returns, Hobart Tow», For the week ending September 11 :

Z s. d.

Wines . 10 io 0

Tea . 10 17 9 Cofteá .

Refined sugar . All other sugaia and molasses ... 22 1 0 Dried Fiuits .,. 114 6

Hops . 94 19 2

Malt. Malt liquors . {¡0 l8 9

Brandy, &c. 293 2 O Rum .....'632'10 0

Tobacco . 257 S 0

Ditto, Cigars, and Snuff (sheep

dressing).

Cigars . 9 9 0 Snuff .

Wharfage . 15 3 1 Light House Rates . 22 13 4 Harbour Master's Fees. 8 10 4 Pilotage .

£1410 3 11

Return of Grain and Flour imported and exported at the Poi t of Hobart Town during the week ended September 11, 1858, inclusiva :

« IMPORTS.

Wheat. 270 bushels.

EXTORTS.

Oats. 322 bushels. Messrs (Guesdon & Co. sold to-day 70 head bullock«, ex II. S. Page, at an average price of £17 8s. 6d.

The stock sale of Mr. F. Houghton, of Launceston, at the Nile Hotel Yards, Evandale, on Wednesday last, was well attended, and bidding spirited through- out. Fat sheep brought 20s. per head ; 2-tooth sheep, 10s. 3d. to 13s. per head ; working bullocks, £20 per pair; milch cows, from £7 to £8 10s. each; mixed cattle, from 31s. to £3 12s. 6d. per head; there were several horses offered but only one sold, light hack mare, £11 15s. And on Thursday last, at Duncan's Yards, Franklin Village, there was a large quantity of stock but few purchasers ; of that sold the following priceB wero obtained-Milch cows from £5 103. to £8 ; working bullocks, from £10 to£15 per pair; unbr ken steers, from £5 10s. to £6 each ; heifers, from 50s. to

60s. each.

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