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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

PORT OF HOBART TOWN.

September 4-Arrived the bark Sultan, 327 tons, 2 guns, ' Muir, from London 9th May, with a general cargo-passen-

gers, Mr. A. Hissock, Mr. R. and Mrs. Hissock and three children. Mr. G. W. Batt, Mr. C. Hazell, Mr. W. Coade, . Mr. J. Hazell, Mr. W. Venn, Mr. Charles Lines, Mr. Stephen

Skitter, Mr. Edward Hardcastle, Mr. Henry Probart. Mr. ' E. J. Aecow. Spoke the Palestine, of Salem, latitude 37 ° 37'

S.; longitude 22 ° 24' E., master and mate lost, on the 24th

.: J une.

4-Arrived 'the schooner Industry, 96 tons, Murray, from "Port"Phillip 17th, and Port Albert 28th ultimo, with cattle and sheep-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Hutch and child, Mr. and Mrs. Wood and child, Mr. T. Petit, Mr. Kennedy,'Mr. Colin M'Loren, P. Kennedy, John Hancssy.

' 7-Arrived the schooner Agnes and Elizabeth, 74 tons, Mitchell, from Port Phillip 29th ultimo, with sheep-pas ' senger, Mrs. Mitchell.

7-Arrived the schooner Waterliiy, 155 tons, 2 guns, Brown, from Sydney 26th ultimo, with a general cargo-passengers, Mr. Orr, Mrs. Carter and six children, Mr. Price, 6 male prisoners, I Serjeant, 1 corporal 80th regiment, and 3 privates 51st regiment.

8-Arrived the schooner Truganini, 6\ tons, Griffiths, from. Port Phillip 2d instant, with sheep-passenger, Lawrence

Carron.

September 3-Sailed the brig Orlinda, 220 tons, Crick may, for Sydney, with wine, &c.

3-Sailed the brig Oratava, 92 tons, Ellis, for Sydney,

with sundries.

.5-Sailed the schooner Prince of Denmark, 127 tons, Comyn, for Adelaide, with sundries.

7-Sailed the bark Matilda, 214 tons, Livcsay, for London,

with oil and wool.

8-Sailed'the bark Hope, 377 tons, GotT, for China, in

ballast.

8-Sailed the ship Surrey, 461 tons, Naylor, for China, in

ballast.

. 8-Sailed the schooner Isabella, C4 tons, Boyd, for Port Phillip, with sundries.

'8-Sailed the schooner Industry, 96 tons, Murray, for Port 'Phillip, with sundries.

Port or Launceston.

September 6-Arrived the schooner Sir John Franklin, 52 tons, Campbell, from Port Phillip, G. & F. Fisher, agents passengers, Mr. Price, Mr. Watson.

6- Arrived the schooner Eagle, 108 tons, Kind, from Cir- cular Head, Henty & Co., agents, with cattle-passengers, Mr. Maokay, Mr. Peet, Isaac Bolton, wife, and three children, John'Paul,'William Medwin. Joseph Turnham, James Kelly.

7 - Arrived the schooner Minerva, 110 tons, Fawthrop, from Portland Bay, Henty & Co., agents.

September 1 - Sailed the schooner Essington, 123 tons, Tullock, for Portland Bay, J. Griffiths, agent-passengers, Mr. A. Campbell, Messrs. Clarke, Winter, Cowan, Saunders, Button, Purks, Curr, Wilkinson, Port Fairy Jack (a native,)

David Harrison.

2- Sailed the bark Socrates, 152 tons, Grant, for Sydney, J. Griffiths, agent-passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Guillan, Mr. Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Utherand four children, Mr. Arm-

strong.

5-Sailed the schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Sanders, for Pert - Phillip, J. Guillan, agent-passengers, Dennis Nihil, Charles Rout, Robert Newby, John Brien, Mr. Meagre, Mr. Watkins, Mr. Peers, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. M'Lcish and five

children.

MARKETS.

Hobart Town Markets. September 9.

'In consequence, of the large arrivals of foreign grain in Sydney, and the suspension of orders for the purchase of Der- went wheat, our market remains in a state of temporary depression. >

Fine flour at the mills, £18 to £19.

Wheat, 7s 3d to 7s 6d ; barley. English, 6s Gd to 7s ; Cape do, 'nominal ; oats, 5s to 5s 6d ; Indian corn, ôs to ös 6d ; tares,

18s to 20s per bushel ; hay (pressed,) £6 10s, ditto (loose,) £5 IO* to £6 iOs ; straw £3 10s to £4 per ton ; Port Arthur coals, 22s to 24s per ton ; Sydney coals, 42s per ton; she oak, 14s .per ton ; gum wood, 10s per ton.

Potatoes, black, £7 to £7 10s, inferior description, £6 to £6 '10s per ton; cabbages, Is 6d per doten ; turnips, 2s per dozen bunches ; carrots, 5s per cwt ; cauliflowers, 4s per dozen.

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.

To-Moaaow.

General Sale, at his Mart-Mr. D. Taylor.

Monday.

Cottage Residence and Premises at New Norfolk, at his Mart

-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

White Regatta Shirts, Moleskin Trousers, Pork, Beef, Oat-

meal, Boots, Shoes, &c.-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

Tuksdat.

'Extensive and Valuable Property in the centre of Liverpool

street, Shares in Insurance Companies, Colonial Bank and Race Course Shares, Elegant Household Furniture, Plate, Carriage, Thorough-bred Horse, &c., the property of Mr. W. T. Macmichael, at his late Auction Mart-Mr. T. Y.

?Lowes.

Thursday.

Sheep, Working Bullocks, Brood Mares, &c, at the Rich-

mond Hotel-Mr. T. Y. Lowes.

Friday.

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

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS.

Ilie Ohtertationt are taken at 2 o'clock each day.

Sept.,

¿ft

Dh}S.

Barometer.

Thermo- meter.

Wind.

Weatlicr

,3«*

Friday.

29 35

60

East.

Shower.

a

Saturday.

29 44

59}

West.

Shower.

4

Sunday.

29 81

57}

S.E.

Cloudy.

&

Monday.

29 91

59

S.E.

Fine.

6

Tuesday.

29 70

59

S.E.

Cloudy.

7

Wednesday.

29 70

58

N.E.

Rain.

8

Thursday.

29 70

61

N.E.

Cloudy.

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