8HIPPING INWARDS. Jan. 1-Coogee, s, 1000 tone, F. Carrington, commander, from Melbourne. Passengers Saloon: Mr and MB Stronor, Mr and Mrs G. L. Latta, Mr and Mrs Murrell; Mesdames Watts and Ramshaw; Misres Hopton, Monok ton, A. Smith, Sinclair, A. Sinclair, and Nunn; Messrs Jones, Ramsay, H. Tucker, Monokton, A. Digney, Goldeack, P. Digney, Andrews. W. A. Firth, L. Lord, Howiok, Joe. Arnold, J. Ploken, Ramahaw, and Master Ramehaw; and 20 steerage. COASTERS-INWARD. Jan. 1-Herbert, s, 233 tone, R Reid, from Strahan; cargo-sliver ore and sundries. VESSELS IN PORT. oogoe, Herbert, Koonya, Cambria, Wake field (laid up), atrs; Wybla, tog; Westbury, bk; Violet, Ruby, ktse. TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. TAWRa Hzacs.-Sailed-Jan. 1, 5'45 a.m., Florence, kt, for N.W. Coast ports. HoBsRT. - Arrived - Jan. 1, 930 a.m., Banks Peninsula, a, from Strahan. BooBYALLA.-Arrived -Jan. 1, 12'30 p.m., Wave, kt. QUEENsOLIFF.-Arrived-Jan. 1, 5 p.m., Gleneig, s, from Strahan. bYDNEY.-Sailed-Dos. 31, Oonah, s, for Hobart. WIND AND WEATHER. YESTERDAY, 3 P.H. Bar. Thr. Wind, etc Laa necston ... 30.04 65 N., gentle, fine Tamar Heads. 30.07 64 N., light, cloudy Hob s t ... 30'07 58 Calm, cloudy Falmouth ,.. 80.11 63 S., light, fine Southport ... 30 09 58 E., fresh, cloudy Oatlands ... 30 07 55 Calm, showery Corinna .,. 90 00 58 Calm, clear Bisohoff ... 30 03 16 N., light, fine Emu Bay ... 30'00 61 N.. light, fine llJCj. WATER, MOON'S PHASES. To-dry; 6 a.m., 6'20 p.m. Moons's Phases-First quarter, 4th day, 5b 40m 52s p.m. INTERCOLONIAL STEAMERS. MELBOURNE. INWARD. To, DAY.-The s. Pateena is expected at 2 p.m. OUTWARD. To-DAY.-The s. Coogee leaves at 2'15 p.m. ToMoca)w.-The s. Pateena leaves at 2 p.m. OOASTAL VESSELS. INWARD. To DAY.-7 he e. Star, from N.W. Coast ports, is expected at 4 p.m. OUTWARD. Te-DAY.-The a. Cambria leaves at night for N.W. Coast ports. TO-xoRnow.-The s. Koonya, for Strahan via N.W. Coast, leaves at4 a.m. COOGEE, s, with 50 passengers and 40 t'.ns of cargo, left Melbourne at 11'20 a.m. on Mon day, cleared the Heads at 2 20 p.m., entered Tamar Heads at 4 a.m. yesterday, and arrived at the wharf at 6'45 a.m. Light S,W. wind with fine clear weather and smooth sea across the Straits. Leaves again at 2 15 p.m. today. HERBERT, s, left Strahan at 1 p m. on Monday, cleared the Heads at 2.19, passed the Hunter's Island at 4 a.m. yesterday; entered Tamar Heads at 5 p.m., and arrived at wharf at 11 p.m. Had light south winds from Strahan to arriving. PATEENA, s, left Melbourne at 5 p.m. yesterday with 70 passengers and two tons cargo. She is expected to arrive here to-day at 1*30 p.m.