ARRIVED (HOBSON'S BAY).
September 26. - Pacifico, brig, 146 tons, J. Liddle, from Portland 24th inst. No passen- gers. James Henty, agent.
September 26. - Don Pedro II, barque, 167 tons, John Grant, from Hobart Town 20th inst. Passenger - cabin : Miss Himes ; and four in the steerage. T. Austin and Co., agents.
September 26. - Emma Prescott, brig, 160 tons, J. Stanton, from Hobart Town 20th inst. Passengers - cabin : Mrs. Foyle and family ; and four in the steerage. Geo. Lewis and Co., agents.
September 26. - Champion of the Seas, R. M. ship, - tons, Thomas McKirdy, from Liverpool 5th July. Passengers - cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Barnsley, Mr. and Mrs. McCready and child, Mrs. Turnbull, Mr. and Mrs. Allan, Mrs. and Miss Laby, Miss Nind, Miss Brad- ford, Miss Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Heron, Mrs.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins and child, Messrs. Clarke, Willet, Caldwell, Hart bottle, Hockenall, Boyd (2), Thomson, Howlett, Gill, Clarendon, McComas, McCombe, Paterson, Barratt ; and four hundred and thirty-eight in the intermediate and steerage. Mackay, Baines, and Co., agents.
ARRIVED (PORT PHILLIP HEADS).
September 26. - General Blanco, ship, 907 tons, Charles Gill, from Hong Kong 1st June. No cargo. Four hundred and eighty-eight Chi- nese passengers. Captain, agent.
September 26. - Viola, brig, 139 tons, Alfred Woodcock, from Calcutta 15th July, for Gee- long. Cargo ; rice, sugar, and rope. No passen- gers. Brown, Ralston, and Co., agents.
September 26. - Western Bride, ship, 1103 tons, Andrew Canders, from Liverpool 1st June. Cargo : coals and water-pipes. Three hundred and eighty-four Government immi- grants. Meyer and Co., agents.
September 26. - Amigos, W. J. Lee, for Hong Hong. Buchanan, Kramer, and Co., agents.
September 26. - Reinauw Engelkens, W. Kingswell, for Circular Head, V.D.L. Charles E. Dean, agent.
September 26. - Mosquito, schooner, 35 tons, J. M. Gill, for Hobart Town, V.D.L., in bal- last. Captain, agent.
September 26. - Nyverheid, ship, 641 tons, E. L. Kerstra, for Batavia, in ballast. McDonnell and Ronald, agents.
September 26. - Victoria Packet, 170 tons,
J. B. Garrard, for Sydney. Lane and Wilks, agents.
September 26. - Reinauw Engelkens, schooner, 90 tons. William Kingswell, for Circular Head, V.D.L. Charles E. Dean, agent.
September 26. - Ocean, brig, 181 tons, Henry Cain, for Auckland, N.Z. W.H. Monk,
September 26. - Black Swan, steamer, 145
tons, A. T. Woods, for Launceston, with part of original cargo from Launceston. W. Bayles and Co., agents.
SAILED (HOBSON'S BAY).
September 26. - City of Sydney, steamer, for Sydney.
September 26. - Prince of the Seas, ship, for Sydney.
SAILED (PORT PHILLIP HEADS).
September 26. - Jane and Elizabeth, schooner,
for Circular Head.
September 26. - Ocean Steed, ship, for Ba-
September 26. - Mayflower, schooner, for
September 26. - Hargraves, schooner, for
September 26. - Storm Bird, steamer, for
September 26. - Queen, steamer, for Port-
For Liverpool. - Donald McKay, 30th September; Neander, early.
For Sydney. - Governor-General and Hel- lespont, alternately every Tuesday ; Wonga Wonga , Alma, 29th September ; Rebecca, Harbinger, Emily Jane, early.
For Portland and Warrnambool. - Cham pion, every Friday, Queen, every Wednesday; Toroa, Elizabeth, early.
For Adelaide. - Burra Burra, 29th Sep- tember; Lady Bird, early.
For Launceston. - Maid of the Yarra, Queen
of the Isles, early.
For Hobart Town. - Druid, early.
For River Mersey. - Harmony, early.
For Otago, N. Z. - Macclesfield, 1st Oc-
tober; Sybil, early.
For New Plymouth, N. Z. - Vibilia, 1st
For Auckland, N.Z. - William Denny, 29th September ; Eleonora, 1st October ; Drover,
For Wanganui, N.Z. - Mimmie Dike, 28th October ; Ariel, early.
For Callao. - Lucy, Boundary, early.
For Valparaiso. - Chilian, Alster, Nora Creina, early.
For San Francisco. - Fanny Major, 1st
For Singapore. - Albion, early.
For Hong Kong. - Amigos, 29th Septem ber ; Tubal Cain, 1st October ; Joseph Tucker,
For Macao, via Timor. - Tremelga, early. For Batavia.- Charlotte Ann, early. For Mauritius. - Sea Belle, this day.
September 26. - Pacifico, from Portland : 70 tons coal, Order.
September 26. - Don Pedro II., from Hobart Town: 3890 feet timber, 150 cases geneva, 10 do. wine, 390 bags potatoes, 2 tons do., 2 do. carrots, 2300 palings, 41 bundles cow-hair, 46 cases apples, 80 tons stones, 30 crates soda- water bottles, 15 cases bacon and hams, 1 steam-engiue, 58 cases claret, 198 cases gin, 20 do. bottles, Order.
September 26. - Emma Prescott, from Hobart Town: 30,000 feet timber, 20,000 palings, 170 bags potatoes, 69 casks jam, 2 cases matches, George Lewis and Co.
September 26. - Champion of the Seas,
from Liverpool: 2 crates twigs, &c., Thos. Bowes Barreck : 15 boxes hams, 7 cases mer- chandise, 9 cases bacon, 100 firkins butter, 1 case jewellery, Dalgety, Cruikshank and Co. ; 7 cases bonnets, Sargood, King and Co. ; 1 case, G. V. Brooke ; 50 crates glass bowls, S. M. Joel; 2 cases clothing, 2 cases, Haigh Bro- thers; 3 cases merchandise, Wm. Cook, jun.; 62 cases, Nathaniel Harris; 8 cases, Bouchet and Jourdan; 1 case watches, Levy Dan zenger and Co. ; 1 case looking-glasses, R. R. Osman ; 12 cases, 93 trunks, 3 bales, E. Moses and Sons; 12 trunks, Jas. Simeon ; 100 firkins butter, 20 do. do., 50 do. do, 15 casks hams,
300 firkins butter, 23 cases, 1 bale, 400 firkins butter, 2 cylinders machinery, 85 boxes can- dles, 45 bags split peas, 2 cases machinery, 1 case boiler, 1 box, 1 case fly-wheels, 1 case, 19 sheets lead, 7 casks lead pipes, 16 casks lead shot, 1 case telescope, 50 boxes oilmen's stores, 16 kegs nails, 50 firkins butter, 50 do. do., 50 do. do., 20 do. do., 1 box stationery, 20 fir kins butter, 8 waggons, 2 cases, 21 pairs wheels, Order; 9 trunks, 1 case, 24 cases stearine candles, Joseph, Samuel, and Co. ; 2 boxes jewellery, Abraham, Berens, and Co. ; 2 cases, John Ross and Co.; 600 firkins butter, 100 do. do., 29 hhds. bacon, 29 hhds. hams, 57 bushels cordage, 100 firkins butter, 28 boxes cheese, Dennistoun, Brothers and Co.; 1000 hams, 10 bundles bacon, 60 firkins butter, 3 tierces cheese, 100 firkins butter, 2 boxes cheese, 50 firkins butter, R. and P. Turnbull ; 25 hhds. ale, R. Goldsborough : 30 boxes hams, Begg, Mitchell and Webb ; 1 box; wearing apparel, George Brooker, Esq. ; 250 firkins butter, 50 firkins butter, Miles, King ton and Co. ; 1 case boots and shoes, M. Russell Dick ; 100 firkins butter, R. and L. Rostron and Co.; 100 hams, 25 firkins butter, John French; 2 cases, 200 firkins butter, Porter, Buchanan, and Co. ; 1 box hardware, Robert Davies and Co. ; 100 firkins butter, Thomas S. Martin ; 40 boxes, Creeth, Hicks, and Creeth; 5 boxes books, Callender, Caldwell, and Co.: 25 boxes books, and 1 parcel samples, Colin Campbell ; 75 packages, Carlton and Hocknell ; 50 boxes candles, McPherson, Francis, and Co. ; 3 cases paintings, Fuchs, Schiemn and Co.; 2 cases candles, James Linders; 100 firkins butter, Henriques Brothers and Co. ; 2 cases, D. and P. Falk ; 3 cases and 3 casks, Henry Box ; 2918 flagstones, Town Clerk of Melbourne ; 6 packages merchandise, Hugh Pattinson; 4 cases bacon, Hellicar and Sydes ; 7 casks hams, Hull and Sons ; 38 bales bacon, 4 boxes hams, 3 firkins butter, W. Hetherington; 9 boxes cheese, McGilvray and Co. ; 3 boxes boots, John Couties ; 2 boxes, Peterson, Pole, and Co. ; 4 cases hams, 9 do. hams and bacon, Henry Cirdner; 2 cartwheels, 2 axle trees, 1 box merchandise, Robert Allan ; 1 case merchandise, Joseph Crowther ; 8 cases biscuit, Eward Caskell ; 3 cases boots, 1 case books, J. J. Blundell and Co.; 1 box apparel, John Smith ; 1 case dried fish, Mrs. Baldie ; 1 box, F. C. Coates ; 1 box, George Chapman : 1 cask fishing nets, Daniel Roger ; 1 case boots, 1 case stationery, 2 cases boots, 1 case shoes, 1 case and 2 wheels, 1270 bags salt. Mackay, Baines and Co. ; 1 box, K. W. Smith ; 1 box boots and shoes, George Stanley Powell ; 1 box, James Hunter; 1 case wearing apparel, Edgar F. Sprunge ; 4 cases, Burdell and Co. ; 1 case periodi cals, Edward Arnold ; 7 cases, 1 case, 4 bales, 1 case, 1 bale, 1 parcel patterns, L. Steven- son and Sons ; 1 case wearing apparel, Jas. Girvan; 2 cases books, G. and L. Young; 6 cases hardware, H. J. Clarke; 100 boxes candles, Jos. Thomson and Co. ; 1 case, 1 cask hardware, Alexander McWhinney; 1 cask, 1
bundle scythes and poles, Thomas Jackson ; 8 cases boots and shoes, Messrs. Jos. Katzen stein and Co. ; 4 boxes leather, H. W. Farrar and Co. ; 2 cases merchandise, B. Caspinall ; 9 boxes boots and shoes, John Black; 2 cases millinery, Henry M. Williams ; 7 kegs nails, 20 bundles spades, William Davidson ; 6 tierces hams, 24 bundles bacon, 1 case mer- chandise, Cleve Brothers and Co. ; 100 firkins butter, Thos. Davies ; 1 case books, Manager of the Oriental Bank Corporation; 1 box merchandise, Jas. Callender and Co.: 3 cases merchandise, Dodgson; 2 cases do., Mailer, McKerzie, and Love; 3 cases do., Lawrence Rostron, sen. ; 9 packages merchandise, 1 parcel patterns, Banks Brothers and Henderson ; 8 cases books, 3 cases do., George Robertson ; 1 bale haberdashery, J. Carmichael; 1 case books, Henry Sla- ney ; 1 box, Bright Brothers and Co. ; 1 box jewellery, Hyman Brothers ; 2 boxes jewellery, Lachman Brothers ; 1 case hardware and jewellery, Matt Joseph ; 2 cases, Swirrie Bro- thers ; 1 case, Wilson, Tickle, and Co ; 90 fir- kins butter, Helliry Dodgson ; 2 cases drapery.
S. Snow; 8 casks hardware, W. Freer ; 218 cases, James Twycross and Sons ; 19 packages, James Christie ; 2 cases, Smith and Gardner ; 1 case, Andrews, Deakin, and Co. ; 1 iron press, 2 casks chinaware, 5 cases goods, Order ; 26 cases merchandise, 150 boxes do., 15 trunks do., 16 cases do., Hyam and Co. ; 1 case hard- ware, 1 cask do., 10 bundles scythe sneads, Henry Box. For Geelong : 15 boxes hams, 150 firkins butter, 9 cases bacon, 4 cases mer- chandise, Dalgety, Ibbotson, and Co.; 21 trunks boots and shoes, Wm. Anderson; 1 box merchandise, Wm. Walker ; 7 packages earth- enware, W. and E. Shaw ; 1 case merchandise, Edwin Wood ; 7 barrels cheese, 50 boxes candles, James Simpson ; 1 box matches, John Atkin ; 1 case merchandise, Wm. Roope ; 5 cases carriage materials, 295 bars railway iron, 14 cases railway carriages, 2 wheels, 1 lever, 1 rail-straightening machine, 30 sets of wheels and axles, 3 cases, Melbourne and Gee- long Railway Company.
September 26. - Victoria Packet, for Syd- ney : 11 boxes glass, 75 boxes lemon syrup, 75 boxes lobsters, 25 barrels varnish, 1 leather splitting machine, 20 cases chairs, 15 cases
stoves and fixtures.
September 26. - Reinauw Engelkens, for Cir- cular Head, V. D. L. : 12 boxes candles, 12 boxes soap, 5 bags rice, 6 casks ale, 7 tins bis- cuit, 19 tins coffee, 1½ bags salt, 1 bundle shovels, 50 sheep.
September 26. - Ocean, for Auckland, N.Z. : 4 cases galvanised tinned iron, 60 cases win- dow glass, 126 bags rice, 1 case bullock-hobble chains, 3 cases drugs and perfumery, 35 French windows, 10 American stoves with pots, pipes, &c, 7 tons Peruvian guano, 7 cases corrugated galvanised iron, 39 packages and 4 bundles ironmongery, 71 bundles galvanised iron wire, 18 stoves, 109 bundles gunny bags, 20 cases chairs, 1 case castings, 13 bundles iron wire, 1 propeller screw, 1 case joiners' tools, 2 planks, 1 case boots, 5 horses.
September 26. - Black Swan, for Launceston : 2 cases machinery.