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TRADE AND SHIPPING.
Arrived on Mondav the ship Eliza, 291 tons, Capt. Harris, from Dublin 9th July. Gene- ral cargo. Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, and child, Messrs. Ring, Armstrong, Lynch, Gerrard, White, Miss Cochrane, Miss Lo- vett, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. McArdle(?) and 2 sons, with 95 in the steerage. Also, for Sydney, Messrs. Henley, Dolan, Scott, Misses King, Allen, Collins, Work, Skelly, Mr. Wm.'and 2 Misses Kinchela, with 91 in the steerage,
Arrived on Mond.-»j- «ho U>lt Snitin sin tons, Capt. Watson, from Leith, 2Jd June, with a general cargo-passengers Messrs. Gordon, Pearson, Mathewson, Wishart, Jack, Cray tie, M'Bcath, Connell, Innis. Inglis, M'Cotion, Calder, Milne, Catto and Bernard, with their families. Among them are seve- ral farmers, joiners, upholsterers, & coopers.
The Lady Ea*.t and the Edward Colston have sailed for Sydney. '
The Currency Lass sails for Sydney on Sunday, and the Friendship for Launceston.
The'Lang, Capt.Muddle arrived yesterday I from the fishery with 83 tons sperm oil. The I first mate. Mr. Woods, was killed by a whale, j
The dry parching weather continues and wheat is up to between 8s. and 9s. a bushel. No alteration in other articles of produce. New potatoes Cd. per lb.
At the annual wool fair at Mullingar,' on the 4th July, the quantity offered fell far short of the demand, there being a very full attend- ance of buyers for the Yorkshire market a large proportion of whom were disappointed. Prime samples of wool were freely bought at
20j. per stone.