PORT OF HOBART TOWN.
Arrivals. — January 25 — the French ship Gauge, 493 tons, Dufow, from Havre de Grace, 10th September, with oil.
26 — the bark Eamont. 277 tons, Walker, from Port Phillip, 16th instant, in ballast, A. Haig, agent — passengers, John
Snell, George White.
26 — the brig Transfer, 173 tons, Spark, from Sydney, 14th instant, with spars, A. Haig, agent —passenger, Mr. T. Ward.
26 — the schooner Abercrombie, 143 tons, Egan, with sundries and five prisoners, Askin Morrison, agent — passengers, Mr. Cully, Mr. Harris, John Hay, wife, and three children, Mar- garet Keir, serjeant, wife, and four children, and four soldiers 96th regiment.
27 — the schooner Marys, 61 tons, Clinch, from Port Ade- laide, 15th instant, with tobacco, segars, and ballast, Reeves and Co., agents — passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Armytage and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler, Henry Hasler.
27 — the Johanna, 240 tons, Lovitt, 22d September, from Lon- don, with a general cargo — passengers, Mr. White, Mr. Bissell.
28 — the schooner Falcon, 49 tons, Escott, from Bristol, 5th October, with a general cargo, W. M. Orr, agent.
28 — the American ship Hudson, 368 tons, Denison, from Sayharban, 2d August, with oil, J. D. Cook, agent.
28 — the bark Lady of the Lake, 243 tons, Harburgh, from Port Phillip, 22d instant, with cattle and sheep, Willis, Garrett, & Co., agents.
Departures — January 25 — the ship Hindostan, 424 tons, for Port Arthur, with prisoners.
25 — the brig Porter, 252 tons, Porter, for South Australia,
28 — the schooner Bandicoot, 55 tons, Griffiths, for Port Phil- lip, with sundries.
Vtttsls tnteied Intratas from the 23d Jan. to the 27th Jan.,
Per schooner Aleona-& bale« canvas, S3 casks rum, 2 cases scgars, II coils cord ape. John Milward.
Per American ship Flot ida-2350 barrels black oil, 150 do sperm do, 20 0001 lis w hnlebone.
Per French ship Cachalot-2000 barrels black oil, 300 do sperm do, 10 tons whalebone.
Per schooner Abercrombie-59 bags maize, G. Watson ; 111 kegs nails, 2 cases haberdashery, 10 bales bags, 20 logs cedar,
Per brig Transfer-35 spars, 96 pieces timber, 60 rickers, 106 deals, A. Haig.
Per schooner Marys-19 kegs and 9 cases tobacco, J. Mil- vard ; 1 chest sogars, Reeves & Co.
PORT of LAUNCESTON.
Arrivals -January 25-the bark Bengal, 314 tons, Turpie, from London, Connolly & Co., agents-passengers, Messrs.
Moss and Nathan.
25-the brig Scout, 95 tons, Gwatkin, from Swan River, in ballast, Willis & Co., agents.
25-the schooner Dusty Miller, 90 tons, Sanders, from Port- land Bay, in ballast, Guillan, agent-passenger, Mrs. Sanders.
26-the bark Montreal, 308 tons, Tessier, from Manilla, Wil- liams & Co., agents.
26-the schooner Minerva, 100 tons, Fawthrop, from Port- land Bay, Henty & Co., agents, with sundries-passengers, Mr. Sutton, Mr. Frost, Mr. George Lilly, Mr. Brown, Mr. Pringlewhite, George Jessop, George Fisher, J. Powling and wife, Wm. Macey, Wm. Young.
Departures.- January 25- the bark Ag??rtina, 333 tons, Perry, for London, J. Down & Co., agents- passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Corbett, Mrs. Innes, Master C. Clarke.
26-the bark Tam O'Shanter, 270 tons, Ellis, for Sydney, Kerr & Co., agents, with part of her original cargo from Lon- don- passenirers, Charles Marlin, Esq., Mr. Prince, Mrs. Ellis.
Arrivals -On Tuesday last, from Hobart Town, the brig Lord Hobart, Sinclair.
Same day, from Launceston, the schooner Paul Pry, Har 'ding. Passengers-Mrs. Russell and daughter, Messrs. Tilley, Wood, Howard, Ross, and Barker.
On Wednesday last, from Hobart Town, the steamer Gover- nor Arthur, Beatty.
Same day, from Hobart Town, the brig Maguasha, Taylor. Passengers-Messrs. Desailly and Midwood, and four in the
On Thursday last, from Adelaide in ballast, the South Aus- tralian Company's schooner John Pirie, Hart. Passengers Mr D. M'Laren, Dr. Kent, Mr. D. M'Laren, junr., Messrs. Robert and Richard Wilkinson.
On Thursday last, from London via Plymouth, having sailed from the latter port on the 14th October, the ship Sir Charles Forbes, Bacon, with 179 bounty emigrants, under superintendence of Dr. Bright - Port Phillip Gazette, January 23.
HOBART TOWN MARKETS, JANUARY 28.
The wheat market continues without any alteration. The
nominal price is still 8s.
'Wheat, 7s to 8sj oats, 4s Cd to 5s; barley, English, 4s 6d to Ss; Cnpe, 4s to 4s 6 J ; Cobbctt's corn, 6s to Ss 6d pur bushel ; hay, 7s to 7s 6d per cwt. ; ditto, pressed, 7s to 8s ditto ; new hay, .£4- ISs to ¿5 10s per ton ; straw, 3s to 3s 6d per cwt. ; quartering and battens, 12s to 13s per 100 feet; inch and bullfinch boards, 13s per ditto; shingles, 12s to 14s per 1000; mimosa bark, ¿3 Ids per ton; Port Arthur coals, 12s, Sydney ditto, 00s per ton j she oak, 12s; gum wood,. 9s per ton. ^ '
Potatoes, 18s per cwt. ; cabbages, per dosen, 2s ; turnips and carrots, per dosen bunches, 2s; cauliflowers, per dozen, 4s; green gage plums. 4d per quart ; damsons, 4d per do ; apples, 6s per bushel ; onions, 25s per cwt
LAUNCESTON GRAIN MARKET, JAN. 27.
Union Sttam MilU.
Wheat 7s to 9s, barley 6s to 7s 6d, oats 5s 6d to 6s, pollard 2s, bran Is 6d, per bushel; flour, first quality, £25, second £23, ration £18, per 20001bs.-Launceston Advertiser.
PORT PHILLIP MARKETS, JANUART 23.
Flour is rising ; tea and spirits continue stationary.
Good sugar is on the rise, owing to the scarcity of the
Prices are pretty firm, and business in general is wearing a more healthy aspect than it has for some time back.-Port Phillip Gazette.
ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION.
Stanhope, Horses, and Merchandise, at his Mart-Mr. D.
Household Furniture, at his Mnrt-Mr. T. Y. Lowes. General Sale, nt his Mart-Mr. T. Y. Lowes. Rice, at his Mart-Mr. T. Y. Lowes
Brick Houses on the New Town Road, on the premises-Mr.
J. C. Straccy.
Allotments on the New Wharf, on the premises-Mr. W. T.
Timor Ponies, at the Company's Yards-Mr. J. C. Straccy.
Ihe Observations are taken at 2 o'clock each day.
2« 27 28
29 40 29 90 29 55
70 69 75
Squally. Fine. Fine.