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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF HOBART TOWN.

September 24-Arrived the ship Royal Admiral, 414 tons, 4 guns, Fell, from London 7th May, with Turn and 202 female prisoners-passengers, Mrs. Street --and three children, Mrs. Farrington and six children, Dr. Roberts, R.N., Surgeon Superintendent.

24-Arrived the bark Appoline, 513 tons, 2 guns, Thomas, from London 21st May, and Plymouth 2nd June, with merchandise and 222 emigrants-passen- gers, J. King, Esq., W. Tarleton, Esq., C. J. Irvine, Esq., B. Kenny, Esq., M.D., Superintendent.

28-Arrived the schooner Isabella, 61 tons, Boyd, from Port Phillip 22nd instant, with sheep-passen- gers, Mr. and Mrs. Benson and child, Mr. Eastern, Mr. Shepherd, William Harris.

29-Arrived the brig Caroline, 113 tons, Coombs, 'from Sydney 18th instant, with sundries.

No Departures.

PORT OF LAUNCESTON.

September 21-Arrived the schooner Dusty Miller, '30 tons, Sanders, from Port Phillip, J. Guillan, agent, with sundries-passengers, Messrs. Tetley, Jacobs, Lawton, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Sogden, John M'Swceney, James Dugan.

v 24- Anived the brig Vesper, 212 tons, Lauttet,from Port Phillip, J. Raven, agent, with bran.

27-Arrived the brig Henry, 107 tons, Tregurtha, from Fort Phillip, Tregurtha, agent, with sundries passenger, Ann Tierney.

27-Arrived the schooner Sir John Franklin, 52 tons. Campbell, from Port Phillip, J. H. Campbell, agent-passengers, Miss Davis, Mis. Davis and child, J. Brown, Edward Dryden, Robert M'Kechney, M. Hipwood.

September 24-Sailed the brig William, 149 tons, Le Grand, for Sydney, J. Griffiths, agent-passengers, Mr. Moss, Lieutenant Martin, Mrs. Doddery, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mr. Lewis, Thomas Maungah, Henry Gall, John Jenkins, John Burgess, James Foster, Albert Spencer.

24-Sailed the schooner Lowestoft, 114 tons, Irvine, for Sydney, J. Griffiths, agent, with sundries.

24-Sailed the schooner Challenger, 89 tons, Tapley, -for Hobart Town, Connolly & Co., agents-passen- ger, Mrs. Bailey.

24-Sailed the ship Belle Creole, 269 tons, Pur- chase, for Mauritius, Kerr & Co., agents, in ballast_ passenger, Mrs. Richards.

.24- Sailed the brig Vesper, 212 tons, Lauttet, for 'Valparaiso, with bran-passengers, Air. and Mrs. Manton and family.

27-Sailed the schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Sanders, for Port Phillip, J. Guillan, agent-passen «fers, Mr. and Mrs. Fossey and child, Miss Lindsey, Miss Carry, Miss Ewing, Mr. John Cowtun, George Goodman, James Dugan, Thomas Creaver, Henry Underwood, William Ballantyne, John M'Sweeney.

28-Sailed the steamer Seahorse, 243 tons, Tallan, for Sjdney, Thomas Crauiurd, agent-passengers, Count SlreU'ski, William Kenner.

The Childers, fiom New South Wales, arrived off Liverpool dist May.

MARKETS.

HOBART TOWN MAIIKKTS, SEPTEMBER 30. Fine flour at the mills, £18 to £'18 lOi.

The price of wheat, within the last few days, has declined considerably, and may now be quoted al from 7s to 7s 3d-some prime samples have changed hands

at the former rate.

Wheat, 7s to 7s 3d ; barley, English, 6s 6d to 7s ; Cape do, 5s to5s6d ; oats, 5s 3d to 5s fid ; Indian corn, 4s Od to 5s 3d ¡hay (pressed,) £6 to .£'6 10s, ditto (loose,) £5 to £5 10s; straw £3 los to ¿"4 per ton; Port Arthur coals, 18s to 22s per ton ; Sydney coals, none ; South Fort coals, 18s per ton ; she oak, 10s to 12s per ton ; gum wood, 8s to 9s per ton.

Potatoes, block, £1 to £7 10s, mixed samples, £6 to £7 per ton; cabbages, Is (id to 2s per duzen; tur- nips, Is 6d to 2s per do2en bunches; carrots, 5s per cwt ; cauliflowers, 4s to 5s per dozen.

Turkeys, 14s to 15s, geese, 10s to 12s, ducks, 6s to 7s, fowls, 4s to 5s per pair; eggs, Is 3d to Is Cd per dozen ; fresh butter, 2s to 2s 3d per lb.

Shingles, Us to 9s per thousand ; posts and rails, 30s per hundred; inch boards, 7s to 9s per hundred feet; joists and quartering, 7s to 9s per hundred feet ; paling, 6s to 7s per hundred.

Note.-The hour for commencing the market is altered from 8 o'clock to 7 o'clock in the morning.

H. SCOTT, Clerk of the Market. LAUNCESTON GRAIN MAHKET, SEPTEMBER 28.

Union Steam Mills.

Wheat5s to 6s fid, barley 6s to 7s6d,oats 4s to5s 6d, pollard2s, bran Is (id, per bushel; flour, first quality, . ?20, second, £18, ration, .£15 per 20001bs-Laun

etston Advertiser.

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.

TO-MOAHOW.

Store Pigs, at his Yards-Mr. D. Taylor.

MoNruv.

Draper's Stock-in-Tradc, &c , on the premises, Liver-

pool-street-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

Mortgage Debt, at his Mart-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

TUESDAY.

Draper's Stoik-in-Trade, on the premises, Liverpool

street- Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

?Swan Biter Packet, at Watson's Yards,'New Wharf

Mr. J% C. Stracey.

WEDNESDAY.

Stock, after the eshibition of the Midland Association,

Oatlands-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

Irish Potted Butter, Rum and Hollands, Gentlemen's

Stocks, Shoes, Hats, Braces, Merchandise, Sheffield Piste, Foolscap Paper, Rice, Silver Plate, &c, at his Mart-Mr. D. Taylor.

FRIDAY.

Hatter's Stock-in-Trade, on the premises, Elizabeth

street-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

Sugar, Spirits, Nails, Imported Furniture, Flour,

Rice, fee, at the Company's Mart-Mr. J. C. Stracey.

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

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Misty Rn. Squally. Fine.

Cloudy. Fine.

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