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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.  

ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY).

September 8. - City of Sydney, s.s.s., 700 tons, R. T. Moodie, from Sydney 5th inst. Passengers - Cabin : Madame and Mademoi- selle Lelia Dimier, Mr. Caldwell and two children, Messrs. Cairns, Draper, Rainer (2), Vivian, Jeffreys, Drysdale, Rowe, Bryant, Lane, Arnett, Behrens ; and twenty-four in the steerage. W. P. White and Co., agents.

September 8. - Retriever, schooner, 105 tons, John Fisher, from Hobart Town 1st inst. No passengers. McPherson and Co., agents.

September 8. - Admiral, ship, 788 tons, S. Picken, from London 6th June. Passengers - cabin : Mr. and Mrs. G. Turnbull, child, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Attenburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin, Misses Logan, (2), Miss Caught, Miss Wade, Messrs. P. Carn- side, C. Parbury ; and twelve in the interme- diate ; Dr. Macadam, surgeon. Rae, Dickson, and Co., agents.

September 8. - Boundary, brig, 188 tons, T.

Stewart, from Hobart Town 4th inst. No   passengers. Cole, Bruce, and Norton, agents.

September 9. - H. M. cutter Maggie, from

Geelong.

September 9. - Express, s.s.s., from Geelong. September 9. - Queen. s.s.s., 207 tons, G.

Doran, from Belfast and Warrnambool. Pas  

sengers - cabin : Mrs. Massie and servant, Mrs. Noon, Miss Brown, Messrs. Beaver, Plum mer, Best, Burrell, Holdman, Massie ; and twenty-two in the steerage. Brown, Ralston, and Co., agents.

ENTERED OUTWARDS.      

September 8. - Noe, F. Foursan, for Sydney,

E. Teillaid and Co., agents.

September 8. - Ariel, G. Macallister, for New Plymouth, N.Z. Dredge and Thomas, agents.

CLEARED OUT.

September 8. - Merlin, ship, 1030 tons, George Borlase, for Calcutta. Willis, Merry,

and Co., agents.

September 8. - Iserbrooke, brig, 205 tons, Frederick Kock, for Valparaiso, with part of original cargo from Hamburg, and in ballast. Neuhauss, Woolley, and Co., agents.

September 8. - John Scott, brig, 107 tons, H.R.Walker, for Nelson. James Hemphill and Co., agents.

SAILED (HOBSON'S BAY).

September 8. - Ann and Jane, barque, for

Newcastle.

September 9. - Yarra Yarra, steamer, for Sydney.

SAILED (PORT PHILLIP HEADS).

September 8. - Aeiolite, ship, for Shanghai. September 8. - Reindeer, ship, for Shanghai. September 8. - Harp, schooner, for Sydney.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES.  

For London. - Kent, 13th September.

For Liverpool. - Donald McKay, 30th September ; Amigos, early.

For Bristol. - Free, this day.

For Guernsey. - Crispin, early.

For Sydney. - Eagle, this day ; Governor General, 11th September ; City of Sydney, 12th September ; Vanquish, 14th September ; Prince of the Seas, Peveril, Rebecca, early.

For Newcastle, N.S.W. - Elizabeth, early.

For Portland and Warrnambool. - Cham- pion, every Friday ; Louisa, Mariquita, early.

For Warrnambool and Port Cooper, Argenti, early.

For Port Fairy. - Jet, early.

For Adelaide. - Commodore, 11th Sep- tember ; Albion, Queen of the Isles, early.

For Launceston. - Black Swan, this day; Royal Shepherd, Mercury, 11th September; Harmony, Jet, Lady Bird, early.

For River Mersey. - John Nussey, Hercules, Harmony, early.

For Hobart Town. - Gem, early. For Otago, N.Z. - Sybil, early.

For Port Cooper. - Argenti, 12th Sep tember.

For Nelson, N.Z. - Albion, early.

For New Plymouth. - Vixen, 12th Septem- ber.

For Auckland, N.Z. - Ariel, early ; Ocean, 20th September.

For Cape of Good Hope. - Free, this day. For Cape of Good Hope via Mauritius. - Neander, early.

For Valparaiso. - Iserbrooke, early.

For Callao. - Lucy, Carrymore, early.

For San Francisco. - Simeon Draper, Fanny Major, 25th September.

For Ceylon. - Sailors Friend, early.

For Calcutta. - White Eagle, 15th Septem- ber ; Falstaff, 16th September.

For Singapore. - Alverton, Emanuel, Jo- anna Boag, Phoenix, Albion, early.

For Manilla. - Miles Barton, early.

For Hong Kong. - Starling, Joseph Tucker, Tremelga, early.

For Macao, via Timor. - Tremelga, early. For Batavia. - Nyverheid, early.

IMPORTS.

September 8. - City of Sydney, from Sydney : 8 casks, 11 cases, J. S. Moore ; 150 bags flour, 120 do. bran, J. Hayes ; 1 bundle hay knives, 25 dozen pick handles, 1 parcel, W. Powell ; 1 case, Caldwell ; 1 case billiard balls, J.Wright ; 1 box, 1 parcel, 1 bundle plants, E. Cohen ; 1 case, J. Kenny ; 7 bales paper, 1 case, A. W. Schuhkraft ; 20 cases, McKenzie ; 1 chest tea, 29 firkins butter, M. O'Shannessy ; 2 boxes, G. and L. Young ; 2 casks fruit, H. Wright ; 1 parcel, Commissioner of Police ; 1 box, Neu hauss, Woolley, and Co.; 1 box fruit, Langville; 50 cases cigars, Politz and Rose ; 1 bag maize, Wallen and Sons ; 1 box, Cohen and Moses ; 1 cask oil, 25 hhds. old tom, 3 trunks, Order.

September 8. - Retriever, from Hobart Town: 20 tons potatoes, 40,000 feet timber, 30,000 palings, 30,000 shingles, 100 bundles laths, 5 tons nails, McPherson, Francis, and Co.

September 8. - Admiral, from London : 60 hhds., 5 casks hams, Graham, Sands, and Co.; 100 do., Graham, Lamb, and Co. ; 1 package books, Rev. Dean Macartney ; 100 cases wine, 1 case millinery, Griffiths, Fanning, and Co. ; 100 casks bottled beer, Smith and Co.; 4 cases J. Low ; 40 do. candles, N. Priestley ; 2 casks wine, 8 cases do., Flower, McLaren, and Co.; 300 boxes stearine candles, Kirchner, Sharp, and Co.; 22 casks, 15 pun- cheons, M. Rose ; 27 cases, C. G. Stevens ; 200 do. bottled beer, James Henty and Co. ; 50 barrels currants, 70 cases do., 50 cases wine, 250 boxes oil, 25 cases confectionery, R. and P. Turnbull ; 9 bales linen, Thomas Anderson ; 1 case, E. A. Powlet ; 4 cases, C. G. Stevens; 533 bags oats, Wilshin and Leighton; 447 cases, 35 casks, Dalgety, Cruikshank and Co ; 10 cases 8 casks, J. K. Corderoy ; 3 cases, Levy Brothers ; 1 case, D. Marks ; 77 casks, 100 cases, 221 kegs, 193 quarter casks, 10 octaves, J. Henty and Co. ; 34 cases, Mark Marks ; 100 boxes candles, Brown and Noyes ; 17 boxes type, Griffith, Fanning, and Co. ; 1 case, T. Fowler ; 164 cases, patent rice starch, Woolley and Robinson ; 1 box apparel, Dickson, Gilchrist, and Co.; 2 cases, T. Lightfoot ; 1 case books, Stewart Tournay ; 10 kilderkins beer, 9 grind- stones, 3 cases, Charles Huxley ; 8 cases carts, Ashley and Healey ; 40 hogsheads beoer, 100 cases do., A. Wilson, Nephew, and Co.; 77 cases, E. Westby ; 6 cases, P. Palaseine ; 8 quarter casks wine, 49 cases merchandise, G. S. Searle and Co.; 8 cases books, W. Butters ; 2 do. stationery, W. McFee ; 15 bales, W. M. Bell and Co. ; 8 firkins, 106 kegs, 2 casks, 69 cases, E. Casement and Sons ; 1 case, W. Davies ; 5 cases boots. J. and L. Finlay ; 100 cases gin, H. A. Smith and Co. ; 1 case, T. T. Hodge ; 2 cases, 8 tierces, J. D. Solomon ; 119 cases,Willis, Merry, and Co.; 1 case, G. Seath; 437 cases, 60 hhds., 80 barrels, 30 drums, 15 crates, 200 bags, Henriques Brothers and Co. ; 8 cases, Dickson, Gilchrist, and Co.; 1500 cart felloes, Ashley and Healey ; 4 cases, T. Light foot ; 3 cases, London Chartered Bank ; 31 cases, Balfour, Down, and Co. ; 28 coils rope,

Kaufman, McCallum, and Co. ; 9 cases, Devas,   Routledge, and Co.; 50 hhds. beer, 130 barrels;

450 cases, 23 trunks, Graham, Lamb, and Co.;     2 cases, Herring and White ; 21 bundles, 4 cases, 1 box, 1 package, T. Reed ; 32 packages,

J. Attenborough ; 100 cases beer, J. Mac adam ; 1 case apparel, Dr. Robertson ; 70 cases, 25 trunks. Hyam and Co.; 2 casks, E. Sturt ; 10 half tierces, 12 tierces, Dalgety and Co.; 6 bales, 1 barrel, 2 cases, 2 bulls, 9 sheep. Thos. Churnside ; 567 cases, Cleve Brothers and Co. ; 28 cases, 5 bales, A. Cum

berland ; 1 case, H. Box ; 688 cases, A.Forrest ;

3 do., W.B. Marsh ; 50 boxes, Watson and Co.; 100 do., De Pass Brothers ; 50 boxes candles, 5 half-tierces tobacco, 6 cases cheese, 5 do. sundries, 20 do. oil, Timms, Wilson, and Co.; 25 coils rope, 50 cases sardines, 3 casks sugar, 24 do. beer, 38 cases wine, 50 firkins, 7 tierces, 1 crate, 19 cases, 2 casks, 42 bales, 39 packages, Order.

September 8. - Boundary, from Hobart Town : 1000 bags potatoes, 5 tons carrots, 7000

feet timber, Order.

EXPORTS.

September 8. Merlin, ship, for Calcutta : 1 box containing 299 oz. 2 dwts. gold.

September 8. - John Scott, for Nelson : 2 half tierces tobacco, 110 cases brandy, 2 chests tea 71 bags sugar, 1 case saddlery, 5 cases herrings, 5 cases pickles, 36 dozen tin plates, 64 frying pans, 22 cases pipes, 1 case boots.

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