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' ? ? ? -. - ? ; — ^ — : — : ? ? . . ARRIVED COASTWISE. '' THreoTiiT 'PeBRITART 27.'

YOUNG EDITH, cutter, w tons, . Bacfc, jnaster, from Port Gawler. Cargo— 95 bags wheat, B. Warren. . , ; TTANGAROO. schooner, 70 tons, H. Smidt,

master, from MacDonnell Bay, via Rivoli Bay. Cargo— 24 tons bark, G. and R. Wills. ALABAMA, cutter, 12 tons,; Leado, master, from Port Gawler. Cargo— 110 bags wheat, H. Warren. .., , BLACK DIAMOND, steamer, 108. tons, W. Howes, master, from Port Victor. Cargo; — 2-575 bags wheat, Acraman, Main, and Co. - ENDEAVOUR, cutter, 20 tons, Gateson, jwater, from Port Wakefield. Cargo— 160 bags wheat, J. Darling. ?PRIMA DONNA, ketch, 55 tons, Geo, Snramonds, master, from Moonta and Port Willunga. Cargo— 640 bags' wheat, 30 bids. CLEARED OUT. : Tuesday, Febbuaey 27. ; '-??.; Ci/AUp HAMILTON, steamer, 529 tons, W. \ .' ; HcLean, master, for Melbourne, via Port Victor. Passengers— Miss Marchant, Mrs. Guillod, Miss f J.' White, Mrs. Ellerv, Mr. and Mrs. D. Bower, , .Mr., Mrs., and Miss Hannaford, Messrs. M. W. , ' Morris, A.D.C., F. Ayers, F. Wright, F. , . ; fiearcy, Binks, F. Cornell, T. C. 8kinn«r, and , : 1-. McKellop, in the cabinj and 18 in the steerage. PROJECTED DEPARTURE. i . , .' ; LONDON— Arab Steed, Collingrove, Joshua Sates, early. - - LIVERPOOL— City of Shanghai, early. BATAVIA— Persian Packet IL, early. MAURITIUS-Jane Bell, early. MELBOURNE — Penola, February 28; Coorong, March 5. SYDNEY— Elizabeth A. Oliver, Red Riding Hood, early. NEWCASTLE— Zenobia, early. AUCKLAND-Ayr, early. . Feb. SAILED. 27-CLAUJD HAMILTON, steamer, for Mel bourne; via Port Victor. . 27— ZARRITZA, ship, for Melbourne. feb. SAILED COASTWISE. : . 27— LUBRA, steamer, for Port Lincoln, Wallaroo, and Port Augusta. 27— BLACK DIAMOND, steamer, for Port Wakefield. * 27— CRINOLINE, schooner, for Moonta Bay. 27— FLINDERS, Government schooner, for lighthouses. EXPORTS. . j CLAUD HAMILTON, for Melbourne -5 .«ases wine, S. Davenport; 1 qr.-cask do., E. J. Peake; 19 do. do., Scott and Little; 5 cases do., 25 pkgs. bones, J. Newman and Son; 55 taxes tea, W. Morgan and Co.; 10 bags fish, J. i. : JPonnby; 13 cwt. rattans, W. F. Clarke; 9 hhds. - *£&*- *? Schmidt; 6 do. do., L. Liebeck; 16 tjigs almonds, C. Pitt; 82 cases fruit, A. Pitt; ; «1 do. do., G. F. Ind; 40 do. do., W. H. Tnd; ? , 30 do. do., F. Roberts; 21 do. do., J. Grivell; - €7 do. do., H. Broad; 64 do. do., E. Pitt; 40 do. do.,. J. Pitt; 32 do. do., L. Grivell; 55 do. do., T. Hardy; 68 do. do., J. Menkens. . MISCELLANEOUS. . The City of Shanghai was towed from the Port to the North Arm on Monday morning, but finding that the easterly wind had cut nine inches from the tide she was unable to proceed over the bars, and anchored in deep water, near the Quarantine Station. Entirely missing the tides would involve a detention of a fortnight, therefore no time was lost in lightering the cargo eo as to reduce the draught. A ketch and another vessel received a full lading, and .the Eleanor will also fill up, so as to enable the .' City to take advantage of Tuesday's tide if possible. The Duke op Edinburgh was towed out on Sunday morning, and will fill up at the anchorage. The Zarritza, from the Baltic, has been ordered on to Melbourne with her cargo of deals. On landing the master learned that his agents here were Messrs. Elder, Smith, and Co., and as soon as the necessary arrangements can be completed the ship will take her cargo away with the hope of finding a better market in Melbourne. The Whitk Cloud, one of the smartest yachts in the Port, and owned by Mr. W. H. Bundey, whose aquatic enterprise has had much to do with the establishment of the Yacht Club, came to grief on Saturday by running into a sunken pontoon, which ripped up a lot of her lower planking. ? The damage will be at once repaired, and the dainty vessel will once more appear under her cloud of canvas. The Joshua Bates, which was recently pur chased by Messrs. Bean Brothers, is a vessel that has fora long time served in the trade between Melbourne and China. On changing owners she was at once put into the hands of the artificers for a thorough overhaul and refit. She was partially stripped, caulked, resheathed, and restored, and on opening the hull her timbers of live oak were found to be in an excellent state of preservation. The command lias been given to Captain Bicknell, an experi enced master, and the ship is now half loaded at Yankalilla with bark for London. On reaching ? England she will proceed to the Baltic, and load timber for the return voyage. MELBOURNE SHIPPING. Feb. arrivhJ. 26— Dandbnong, steamer, from Sydney. 56— Rangatira, steamer, from Sydney. '- Sailed. ? ; 26-^Alexandra, steamer, for Adelaide. 26— Tommy, schooner, for Warrnainbool. 26— Albion, steamer, for Sydney. ? ' ?26 — Jet, schooner, far MacDonnell Bay. , ' 26-^Corsair, schooner, for Portland. .26— Avon, steamer, for Port Albert.