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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

HOBSON'S BAY.

HIGH WATER THIS DAY. - Morning, 10.48 ; do., afternoon, 11.43.    

May 1.-6 a.m. : Wind S.W., fresh breeze ; weather squally, with rain. 12noon : Wind S.W., fresh breeze ;     weather squally. 5.30 p.m. : Wind S.W., fresh breeze ; weather squally.

ARRIVED.-APRIL, 30.

Gipsy Bride, Black Ball ship, 1,457. Paul Murphy, from Liverpool February 10. Passengers--cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Eaton, Miss Eaton, and servant ; Mrs. Peter, family (2), and servant ; Miss Porter, Mrs. Murphy and child : Messrs. J. B. Bamford, P. M'Naughton, W. Taylor, W. Harkness, Dr. Lever and 190 in the second cabin, intermediate, and steerage. Bright Brothers and Co., agents.

Anne and Jane, barque, 301 tons, Thomas Smith, from Adelaide 25th ult. No passengers. Smith Brothers, agent.  

Royal Shepherd, s.s.s., 300 tons, W. H. Saunders, from Launceston 29th ult. Passengers-saloon : Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bayles, family, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Paterson, family (4), Mr. and Miss Cairns, Miss Jack- son, Mrs. Swaine ; Messrs. A. Turnbull, Turner, Paterson, jun., Jas. Turnbull, A. Marks, L. Cohen, and six in the steerage. Wm. Bayles and Co., agents, MAY 1.

Havilah, s.s.s., 257 tons, D. M'Fie, from Adelaide

28th ult. Passengers--cabin : Mrs. Hayward, Miss

Winter, Mrs. Kirkland, Mrs. Ashwin and famliy (2), Mrs. and Miss Attwood, Miss J. Stacey, Miss M. A. Jenkins, Mrs. Horsman, Miss Atkins, Captain Bowden, Dr. Woolridge, Messrs. T. Skinner, G. Granger, H. Woolridge, J. Primrose, M'Coy, Kellor, Plaistead, G. Campbell, R. Orr, T. C. Chubb ; and 66 in the steerage.

M'Meckan, Blackwood, and Co, agents.

Empire of Peace, ship, 1,540 tons,T. Calvert, from Liverpool 28th December. Passengers-cabin : Rev. James Reid, Rev. J. Henderson, Mr. F. Hankey ; and 108 in the intermediate and steerage. Swire Brothers, agents.

Wanderer, brig, 150 tons, J. B. Smith, from Sydney 23rd ult. Passengers--cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Mack ; and one Chínese in the steerage. W. Lawrance,

agent.

Rebecca, barque, 251 tons, H. R. Marsh, from Ade- laide 22nd ult. Four passengers. Captain Marsh, agent.

Water Lily, schooner, 51 tons, E. Weeks, from Cir- cular Head 28th ult. No passengers. Wm. Bayles and Co., agents.

Lincluden, barque, 304 tons, Thomas Miller, from Mauritius via Adelaide 20th ult. No passengers.

Harrison and Co., agents.  

ENTERED OUTWARDS.-MAY 1.     Cairngorm, ship, 1,161 tons, W. Gibbons, for Guam. Freak, schooner, 79 tons, J. Downing, for Launces- ton.  

Gertrude, ship, 1,300 tons, W. Roberts, for Callao.     Mariposa, brig, 211 tons, E. W. Croucher, for Laun- ceston.  

Sir Isaac Newton, schooner, 121 tons. C. H. Bissett, for Port Willunga, S.A.  

CLEARED OUT.-MAY 1.

Carleton, ship, 1,058 tons, P. Gillars, for Callao, in ballast. E F. Sichel and Co., agents.

Grace Darling, American ship, 1,091 tons, A. H. Bearse, for Callao, in ballast. Cleve Brothers and Co., agents.

Lockett, ship, 577 tons, J. J. Topham, for Guam. Dickson, Williams, and Co., agents.  

Prince Albert, schooner, 98 tons, W. Bain, for Newcastle, N.S.W., in ballast. Wm. Barker, agent.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

FOR LONDON.--Agincourt, 7th May ; Yorkshire, 22nd

May ; Leaping Water, 10th May.

FOR LIVERPOOL.--British Trident, 15th May. FOR FIJI ISLANDS.--Friends, early.

FOR SYDNEY.--City of Sydney, 7th May.  

FOR LAUNCESTON.--Royal Shepherd, on arrival of

English mail.

FOR ADELAIDE.--Omeo, this day ; Lady Bird, 4th

May.

FOR BOMBAY.--Prince of the Seas, early.   FOR CALCUTTA.--Seringapatam, Beverley, Thomas Ann Cole, early.  

FOR HONG KONG.-Oithona, early ; Beatrice, 28th

May.

FOR MAURITIUS--Lawrence, 5th May.

FOR CAPE OF GOOD HOPE --Brilliant, this day.

FOR CALLAO.--Czar, Athenais, Hellespont, Gertrude,

early.

FOR VALPARAISO,--Miletus, early.  

FOR SAN FRANCISCO --Edouard and Elise, early. FOR PUGET SOUND.--Ravendale, early.  

IMPORTS.--APRIL 30.

Gipsy Bride, from Liverpool -81 tons coke, 300 sacks (30 tons) salt, 110 boxes cheese, 1 box cutlery, 200 casks bottled beer, 7 casks blacking, 26hhd. ale, 3 cases, Bright Brothers and Co. ; 162 cases wine, 100 cases brandy, Robertson, Goodlet, and Co. ; 23 casks hams, Geo. Hull ; 1 bale blankets, Buckley and Nunn ; 1 bale, T. Whitaker ; 9 packages, J. M'llroy ; 1 box, D. Beath ; 32 cases 46 boxes boots, Gibson and Stewart ; 114 bundles wire ; 2 casks,

Sprigg, Addison, and Co. ; 35 cases galvanised iron, 50 cases grates, 10 cases bedsteads, 7 cases fenders, Flower, M'Donald, and Co. ; 200 boxes tin plates, 43 tierces provisions, 1,559 bars 185 bundles iron, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 100 firkins butter, 72 bars 84 bundles iron, Harker and Co. ; 20 cases cheese, W. G. M'Kellar and Co. ; 1 case instruments, J. Abraham ; 2 casks, J. Colelough ; 2 cases, Robertson and Jacques ; 5 cases, 3 casks, Marsh and Johnstone ; 3 cases 1 parcel patterns, 25 cases mustard, Griffiths, Pitcher, and Co. ; 12 cases slate slabs, J. Paser; 37,100 slates, J. G. Martin and Co. ; 4 boxes, A. Cumberland ; 38 cases clocks, 10 cases, P. Falk and Co. : 1 case ma-

chinery, J. Fulton ; 3 casks boots, W. Smallwood ; 8 bags seed, R. Walker ; 1 case, Inglis and Co. ; 19 cases provisions, 120 cases wine, Lorimer, Mackie,

and Co. ; 4 packages saddlery, A. Hawkesworth ; 9 cases boots, Isaacs Brothers ; 1 case oatmeal, Elliot and Co. ; 3 cases shirts, Thomson, Turnbull, and Co. ; 1 box apparel, T. Spence ; 1 box, — Kerr ; 2 cases, 10 bales, 1 truss samples, Louis Joseph ; 2 cases, J. Andrew and Co. ; 6 packages, C. Hetherington ; 1 case, L. Appleton ; 5 cases woollens, Gill and Thorpe ;

50hhd. ale, 6 boxes hose, Dalgety and Co. ; 5 cases bacon, J. Dunlea ; 2 cases looking-glasses, Williams Brothers ; 1 box, J. Gerson ; 57 trunks, E. Taylor ; 6 trunks, J. Carson ; 22 cases boots, J. Young ; 1 case, 23 casks, Cope Brothers and Co. ; 6 bales, 1 parcel patterns, Joshua Brothers ; 4 cases, Callender, Caldwell, and Co. ; 32 boxes hams, Dennistoun Brothers and Co. ; 1 case cigars, Nordt, Heyde, and Co. ; 1 case calico, T. Grundy ; 1 cask seeds, W. Bailey ; 6 cases silks and sample parcel, Kirchner, Sharp, and Co. ; 1 case cutlery, casks hollowware, Mitchell and Bonneau ; 1 case instru- ments, S. Dunn ; 1 case woollens, F. Haller and Co, ; [4] packages, J. P. Smith ; 429 packages, 6 cases samples,   N. Harris and Co. ; 1 case, J. Lynch ; 13 packages, F. Hemmins ; 15 cases, 1 parcel, 1 box samples, Benja- min and Co. ; 5 kegs, 3 casks, 5 cases, 130 bundles,   5 cases spades, 20 bundles steel, 135 bundles tubes, 10 bars, 3 bundles iron, 38 packages, W. Powell and   Co. ; 12 casks, 1 case hardware, 9 casks hollowware, 6 cases mangles, 31 kegs nails, 197pots, 72 bushes, 274 camp ovens, J. M'Ewan and Co. ; 18 cases, 1 box, samples, Cochrane and Co. ; 25 tierces, 60 cases, 13 1 barrels, Swire Brothers ; 2 cases, H. Box ; 4 cases, J. E. Johnstone ; 3 trunks, Gimblett and Co ; 5 bales, 1 parcel patterns, Butterworth Brothers ; 1 case, Feld- heim and Co. ; 59 hhd. ale, Miles and Co. ; 23 boxes cheese, A. Macfarlan and Co. ; 60 barrels bottle 1

beer, 5 cases, 3 crates brushes, W. H. Hopkins ; 2 boxes, H. A. Jones ; 7 casks nails, 17 packages hollowware, 18 pairs bellows, R. Hodgson ; 9

cases, P. Jopp and Co ; 2 cases, 1 bale, Lane and Co. ; 1 case stationery, J. Diggins ; 25 cases

mustard, 31 cases sundries, Holmes, White, and Co. ; 48 iron axles, Westgarth, Ross, and Spowers ; 4 hhds. china, J. Griffiths ; 200 sacks salt, J. Elliker ; 1 box apparel, J. Cockshott ; 6 cases, Haymann Bro- thers ; 1 case, J. Hickmann ; 4 cases, Levy and Salignic ; 10 cases, J. Carr ; 2 puncheons, 2 casks. hardware, 18 bundles spades, 52 kegs nails, Harcourt and Learmonth ; 1 case, G. Robertson ; 1 case, W. Bell and Co. ; 104 barrels fruit, 173 barrels, 260 drums, 110 boxes, 4 bales, W. and R. Creeth ; 31 crates earthen- ware, Hope and King ; 1 box pistols, H. and J. Vincent ; 6 bales paper, D. Lumsden ; 1 case, a piano, W. Eaton ; 6 packages, Mailer and Co. ; 3 cases. Sargood, King,   and Co. ; 119 packages, M'Kersie and Co ; 6 packages, Langlands, Buick, and Co. ; 3 cases, Anderson and Howie ; 8 cases, Prince, Bray, and Ogg ; 7 bales, 1

parcel patterns, Bligh and Harbottle; 6 packages,     Yeunghusband and Co. ; 11 packages, Banks-Brothers and Co. ; 1 case, 1 box samples, Gill and Thorpe ; 1

cask, R. Richards ; 24 packages hardware, 5 cases grates, 2 boilers, 3 bundles indiarubber, 2 barrels zinc, 2 barrels piping, 3 bundles copper rods, 40 bundles forks,

20 bundles tubes, 492 bars, 62 bundles bar, 216 bundles sheet, 95 plates iron, 30 arm moulds, Bishop and Keep ; 150 cases stout, Cleve Brothers and Co. ; 4 casks hollowware, Murphy and Co. ; 370 cases pickles, Miller Brothers and Co. ; 204 packages, 1 parcel samples, Hyam and Co. ; 950 firkins butter, 100 cases

bacon, 20 cases cheese, 20 half-barrels pork, 56 cases provisions, 1 case candlewick, 6 trusses paper- hangings, 60 casks caustic soda, 14 cases and 17 trunks boots and shoes, 6 cases books, 4 cases locks, 242 bars iron, 130 cases galvanised iron, 9 cases sheet copper,

235 boxes tin plates, 4 cases locks, 24 bales, 20 cases, 6 casks, Order. For Geelong.--514 bars, 366 bundles iron, J. and R. Wrigley and Co. ; 1 cask nets, J. Brown ; 1 box saddlery, D. M'Kenzie, 9 packages, Lang and Co. ; 65 boxes cheese, 150 firkins butter, 200 boxes candles, 10 bales cotton, 1 package samples, W. J. Anderson ; 40 barrels cur- rants, 60 quarter boxes figs, 40 boxes raisins, Holmes,   White, and Co. ; 39 tierces provisions, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 1 cask seeds, W. Clarkson ; 100 firkins butter,

Order.

Anne and Jane, from Adelaide.--4,800 bags copper   ore, 170 bags sugar, 90 bags flour, 493 bags bran, 2 casks honey, Order.    

Royal Shepherd (s.), from Launceston.- 2 horses, -- Paterson ; 286 bags wheat, 3 cases ironmongery, Lyons, and Co. ; 50 bags flour, Bayles and Co. ; 1 horse, -- Cohen ; 11 hhds. jam, 55 tubs butter, 75 bags wheat, 70 bags flour, 60 bags bran, 8 bags seeds, 3 cases jam, 104 bags oats, 12 pigs, 850 packages, 40   cases, Order.  

MAY 1.

Havilah (s.), from Adelaide --225 bags flour, 835 bags wheat, 110 bags bran, 20 hhds. brandy, 11 pack- ages machinery, 169 pigs lead, 216 packages fruit, 39 bales wool, 9 hhds. eggs, 2 hhds, butter, 1 hhd. butter, Order.    

Empire of Peace, from Liverpool.--1 case shirts, L. Seligmann ; 1 case cutlery, Feldheim Brothers ; 1 case silks, 1 parcel patterns, F. Bauer ; 106 boxes raisins, 2,200 sacks salt, Lorimer, Mackie, and Co. ; 4 hhds. 12 quarter-casks brandy, 20 cases steel, 1 box, Smith, Strachan, and Co. ; 16 boxes boots and shoes, W. H. Cope ; 78 packages whitelead, 3 packages redlead, H. Brooks ; 50 hhd. ale, R. Goldsbrough and Co. ; 11 packages, Erskine, Jack, and Co. ; 6 trucks, Gibson and Co. ; 1 case, J. Carr ; 12 kegs nails, 11 cases, 1 cask hardware, G. Martin and Co. ; 1 barrel, J. Mur- ray ; 1 case, W. Reilly ; 15 trunks, Isaacs Brothers ; 150 hhds. ale, 18 sheets lead, A. M'Lean and Co. ; 55 plates 92 bars iron, 100 hhds. beer, 100 firkins, 33 cases, 100 boxes, 250 bags rice, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 1 box, F. N. Tu[r]nacliffe ; 1 boiler, 143 pieces, 4 cases, 1 cask machínery, J. Dick- son ; 1hhd. 2 cases wine, Wilshin and Leighton; 1 case, 13 cases mineral water, T. S. Martin and Co. ; 166 boxes, 65 barrels, J. Service and Co. ; 14 pairs cheeks, 14 wheels, 2 boxes, 1 chain, G. Chambers ; 1 bin malt, 14 sacks malt, 100hhd. beer, Glasgow Thun- der ; 24 cases 65 sheets 1,469 bars 80 bundles iron, 13 packages, W. Powell and Co. ; 43 packages, T. Seull ; 4 cases, 20 boxes, 3 casks, 42 arms and boxes, 216 bars 60 bundles iron, 36 arm-moulds, Cope Brothers and Co. ; 3 bundles, House and Co. ; 2 casks, 5 packages, H. Box ; 1 case, A. Magell ; 8 boxes hams, Dennistoun Brothers and Co. ; 75 cases beer, M. Lang and Co. ; 10 shee s lead, 2 cases, Briscoe and Co. ; 1 case, Chapley and Son ; 16 paokages, Buckley and Nunn ; 2 boxes, Falk and Co. ; 21 packages, J. Young : 7 cases, Sprigg, Addison, and Co, ; 11 packages, F, Barker ; 2 pack-

ages, T. Moore ; 3 casks, W. Bailey ; 2 casks, J.T. Atcheson ; 100 firkins, Butterworth Brothers ; 13 packages, J. M'Ewan and Co. ; 14 trunks, H. Houghton and Co. ; 25 packages, 25 trunks, 3 cases, De Pass Brothers and Co. ; 1 case, G. Treen ; 6 cases, M'Pherson and Co. ; 120 packages, 2 cases, R. Hodgson ; 3 bales, W. Hodgkins ; 400 boxes soap, Katzenstein and Co. ; 1 case, Feldheim Brothers ; 6 cases, M'Far- lane and Co.; 10 kegs, 1 cask, J. Wolstenholme ; 60 cases beer, Robinson and Co. ; 193 bars iron, 2 bales, Bright Brothers and Co.; 4 bales cottons, 6 boxes woollens, Dalgety, Ibbotson, and Co. ; 4 cases, J. Linesley ; 4 cases, Westley, Tuckett, and Co. ; 13 cases, G. Robertson and Co. ; 5 bales, Beckwith Bro- thers ; 1 case, S. Jarrett ; 1 case, J. Hawkins ; 50 hhds., Harker and Co. ; 11 packages, Fulton and Co. ; 199 packages, N. Harris and Co. ; 70 packages, Cornell Brothers ; 31 cases, 4 bales, Dalgety and Co. ; 88 pack- ages, S. Finlay and Co. ; 29 bales, 68 packages, 51 trunks, Michaelis, Boyd, and Co. ; 20 bundles iron, J. Garbutt ; 1 box, Charlwood and Son ; 2 boxes, R. M'Kay ; 7 packages, J. Andrews and Co. ; 35 casks, Walker, Swane, and Co. ; 8 bales, J. and D. Moore ; 10 packages, Mailer and Co. ; 2 bales, Ray, Glaister and Co. ; 1 case, 1 machine, R. Hearn ; 22 packages, Woodie and Gibb ; 1 box, Farley and Co. ; 4 bales, Alston and Brown ; 265 packages, Prlnce, Bray, and Ogg ; 2 casks, W. Clarke ; 8 cases, Garrard and Co. ; 28 packages, Haynes and Young ; 2 casks, J. Clarke ; 12 packages, J. O. Roans ; $ cases glass, 5 packages, R. Lewis and Sons ; 2 casks, 6 packagess, Parkin and Co. ; 11 packages, E. Duckett ; 68 packages, R. Ragle ; 50 barrels, 5 cases, 8 tierces, 63 boxes, 40 bottles, W, and R. Creeth ; 128 packages, M'Kersie and Co. ; 7,962 bars 290 bundles iron, 7 packages, Briscoe and Co. ; 84 firkins, P. Dun- can ; 1 cask, G. Ride ; 36 cases, W. H. and G. Freer ; 1 hhd. beer, R. Coy ; 181 packages, Stevenson and Sons ; 1 case, S. Hughes ; 48 packages, Kidney Bro- thers ; 10 packages, 445 pipes, 14 bales, 6 cases, W. and T. Gripe ; 19 cases, Geo. Hull ; 11 packages, Wilson, Nephew, and Co. ; 6 cases, Dodgshun and Co. ; 4 packages, A. Hardie ; 8 cases, 17 bales. Ander- son and Co. ; 1 case, J. Butler ; 1 case, J. and C. Carmichael ; 1 box, S. Ritchie ; 5 boxes, Walker, May, and Co. ; 1 case, J. M. Smith ; 6 cases, 42 boxes clocks, Hayman Brothers ; 4 cases, L. Robinson ; 10 cases, S. Topp and Co. ; 12 cases, Woolley and Nephew ; 40 pigs load, 22 sheets lead, 56 barrels, 4 tierces, 1 trunk, 35 bales, 5 packages, F. Cooke ; 50 hhds. ale, 205 packages, Hyam and Co. ; 40 packages, Sargood, King, and Co. ; 5 bales, Bligh and Harbottle ; 136 packages, Banks Brothers and Co. ; 5 cases, H. W.   Farrar and Co. ; 50 hhds. and 100 cases brandy, 1,246  

deals, 581 packages, 147 cases, 6 bales, Swire Brothers ; 20 cases cheese, 28 cases hams, 100 boxes fish, 100 fir- kins butter, 100 hhds. ale, 1 cask spirits, 1 case gloves, 2 bales canvas, 70 packages lead, 345 bundles, 1,894 bars, 95 bars angle iron, 73 trunks, 6 trusses, 1 tierce, 118 boxes, 224 cases, 57 packages, Order.

Wanderer, from Sydney.--10 hhd. brandy, Lorimer, Mackie, and Co. ; 44 cases matches, 690 bags maize, 3 bundles cabbage-tree, 103 bags 18 casks fish, 24 bags barley, 14 cases wine, 296 packages, 90 bags barley, 10

cases sardines, 1 case oilmen's stores, 1 case apparel,

Order.

Rebecea, from Adelaide.--800 bags flour, 1,469 bags

bran, Order.

Waterlily, from Circular Head.--40 tons potatoes,

170 bags oats, Order.

Lincluden, from Mauritius, via Adelaide.--5,083

bags sugar, Order.

EXPORTS.--MAY 1.

Lockett, for Guam.--4 hhd. brandy.

PORT PHILIP HEADS.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

May 1.--8.30 a.m. : Wind W., moderate ; weather

cloudy.

SAILED.--MAY 1. Native Lass, schooner, for Sydney. Queen, steamer, for Portland.

CAPE OTWAY.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

May 1.--8.30 a.m. Wind, S.W., strong : weather cloudy and squally : no vessels in sight. Off Cape Otway, 3 p.m., a largo ship inward, too distant to sig- nalize. 4 p.m. : Wind, W., strong ; very squally.

PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

SAILED.

May 1.--William Miskin, for Melbourne.

PORT OF BELFAST.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

ARRIVED.

May 1.--Adelaide, from Melbourne.

PORT OF SYDNEY.

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

April 30.--Wind, W.S.W., fresh ; weather fine.

ARRIVED.

April 28.--Telegraph, from Brisbane.

April 29.--Launceston, from Port de France ; Lon- don, from Melbourne.

April 30.--Hirondelle, from Chatham Islands.

SAILED.

Nil.  

PORT OF ADELAIDE.  

(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.)

SAILED.

April 30.--Young Australian, for Nepean Bay.

The barque Lincluden is originally from Mauritius, and called in at Adelaide for orders. She brings a full  

cargo of sugar.

The ship Empire of Peace left Liverpool on the 28th December, and had a teriffic gale in the Ohannel. She has also experienced head and baffling winds during the entire passage. Captain Calvert reports the death of his surgeon, Mr. George Ross Flint, of Tain, Ross-shire, on the 20th March, in lat. 37.40 S., long. 38 E., of consumption.

The Gipsy Bride left Liverpool on the night of the 9th February ; had a very heavy westerly gale in the Channel, which lasted four days. On the 13th rounded the Smalls, and, with moderate breezes and casual N.E. trades, crossed the Equator on the twenty- second day out. Through the S.E. trades had mode- rate and fair winds. In lat. 30deg. S. and lon. 18deg. W. lost maintopmast, with yards and gear. Passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope on the 29th March ; had strong breezes to Cape Otway, which was sighted on the 23rd ult. A S.E. gale then sprang up, which carried her down to Curtis Inlet. Since then had bafflling weather, with wind from east- ward, and observed a strong westerly current running in shore. She has thus made the pas- sage to Cape Otway in 72 days, which is the quickest of the season. She brings 100 passengers, all in good health. Captain Murphy and Dr. Lever have been presented with testimonials from all classes of pas- sengers.

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