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CHIPPING- INTELLIGENCE.', "t

HODSOX'S BAY.

, .Tira TABIi* Tina Dat.-High Water, morning, '

3,-48 ; do., artorcDcín, 4.10. .

January 0.-0 a.m.: Wind 8., Btronp:brcozo ; wea '«ter squaUy, with rain. 12 noon ; Wind S., strong .igalo ; weather squally, with lain, fí 30 p.m. : Wind .jj., strong galo; weuther squilly, with rain.

" ''' ARRIVED.-Jaüvart 0.

. - Dream, ship, 1,1 Mt t-one, J. B. Broadfoot, from nrocnuvK 15th Sujitcinbor. 4 passengers. Holmes, White, mid Co, aguiiln.

Mirvilts, ChlliHii ship, SCO tons, E. Lofl", from Bong Kong Oth November. PatsengorB-cabin: Mossri. »Uarlris, Buttumitmir, Russell, Bucknell. R. Wintor

».j d Co , agonts.

- B'Ue Cr alt, American ship, 1,187 tons, B. Orowoll,

from Liverpool 12th Soplomber. Passengers-cabin : dil', and Mrs Lunuberg and child, Mrs. Crowell ; ami '-SO1 in'tho atoorago. A. Wilson Nephew and Co.,

«?aj emu.

Hilton, ship. White Star Line, 1,100 tons, W. 'Thomas, from Llvorpool 22nd Sontombor. Passongors] -cabin ; Mm. Thomas and family, Aliss Montgomory, ' Miss Doary, Mr. and Misa norbert ; and 271 In tho

intermediate and stoerago. Loiltncr, Mackie, and

?Co., agonts.

btag; barquo, 208 tons, S, Ellis, from Monsooreottob. '4111 Novombor. Passengers-cabin : Mr. M. B. Bolly ; and 1 In the steerage. Captain Ellis, agent.

Victoria, ship, 521 tons, A. 0. Forss, from London '.24th September. No passongors. A. Wilson, Nc ' phew,* and Co., agonts.

Earl of Elgin, ship, from London. Do Pass Bro- thers and Co., agonts.

- Native Last, schooner, 105 tons, E. Stafford, front -Sydtiby. No passengers. Captain Stafford, ogeut.

- Kaban!, bilg, coastwise.

. - ENTERED OUTWARDS.-January9.

' Annol Lyle, brigán tino, 191 tons, J. Johnson, for

Nowcnsllo, N.S.W.

Hell Hock, American ship, 780 tons, W. H. Harrison,

-for London.

' Domtmcfc Daly, barquo, 227 tons, G Jury, 'or

Guam.

G<t¿ehound, borq.uo, 383 tons, O. F. Bichos, for Now

-castle, N.S.W.

Wfni/Aotier, brig, 207 tons, J. J. Church, for Sydney. . t , CLEARED OUT.-JANDABY 0.

City of Sydney, s.a., 391 lons, E. T. Jlooilio, for Sydney. W. P. Whito and Co., agents.

, .Governor Wynyard, schooner, 26 tons, II Pro d«ticks, for ltlvor Leven, V.D.L., in ballast. F. W.

.--Townloy, agent.

. Matilda, ship, 1,035 tons, A. Stevenson, for Oolloo,

in ballast, Bright Brothers and Co., agents.

Vistula, schooner, 133 tons, W. Culbort, for Nolson, ^Wellington, and Lyttolton, N.Z. Robertson, Goodlet;, and Co., »gents.

Water Lily, Bchoonor, 51 tons, H. Tulloch, for Cir -culur Head, V.D.L., in ballast. Captain, agent.

li."1 "' ; '" PROJKCTlSD DEPARTURES.

lrOIl ËNdl.AND Ai(D TUB EAST,-R.M. S.S. Colmbiln, -toi Suez, 17th January.

. 'iron UJND0H.-S-jrffolk, this day; Norwood, lOtlt January ; Monarch, 23rd January ; Jessie Boyle, 30th "Jariuury ; Moravian, iidl Rock, early ; ¡jincolnshira,

7 th February.

FOR Liviiurooti.-ifonimorejicv, 14th Januory; 'Ocean C.utf, 21st January; Greyhound, 14th January ;

¿lightning, 4th february.

1-Ott LaujiCBstos.-Royal Sliepherd, this day. "r JTon, Otago -Pirate, 12th January. - Foil Adkmidb.-Omeo, this day.

. For' Calcutta.-Niobe, Fairlight, Blackburn, oorly.

? Foa Uono Komj.-Catar, early.

Fon, SiKUAroau.-George La, early. Fou oUuamos.-Aauiti«, early.

-, 4 Foa San Frahoisco.-Pierre, Kaiser, Sirene, oorly.

Fou CaIiUO.-CVin/ittoici, early.

; . ,IMPORTS.-Jakuaiiy 0.

Dream, from Glasgow.-260 cases whisky, 13 pun- cheons fl-ih, 1 caso 2 bales 7 cases floorcloth, 20 barrels barley, S) bollors, 180 pieces nnd packages machinery, 38 casks meal, 0 casks ¡J boxos ling, 1 cuso linen, 1 bolo woollena, A. M'Farlone and Co. ; 070 cases whiskey, 08 casks glass. Wilson aud Co, ; 22 caska whiskey, 40 bales 20 littlf bales, 110 cases checao, 20 borróla 15 half

.nariols.barloy, Miller Brothers and Co. ; 24 porce-ls , " hushes, Mitchell andiBomicau ; 7 tierces' pots, Staig ? .aud Stuart ; 1 box, J, M. Adamson ; 1 bo <, James -Lyon ; 60 bales and O boxos paper, 16 bales hair, 27 balos paper bags, 31 halos 6 boxes 30 birrols peas, 10 barrels barley, 14 boxes almonds, Jas. Scrrieo and ;Co. ; 130 utslis bottled boor, Swanston and Co. ; 100 "bárrela ceruont, 4 boilers, 162 pieces and paUcagea

' ntachluory, 0 packages kurdwaro, 25 bales paper, . lu bales papor bags, G. Martin and Co. ; 1 box, J, S. Alston; 109 barróla bottled beor, 0 bal-is, Flower, M'Douald, and Co.; 1 boiler, 48 plocoi -and paokagos machinery, 71 coila cordage, Holmes, ?White, 'and Co. ; 503 camp ovens and covoib, ' 12 boilers, 2 caska, 1 box, J. and R, Stewart ; - 25 packages stationery, Lorimer, Mackie, and Co. ; I - pareol, Howard and Co.; 8 cases cheese, J.IIonty lind Co.' ; 17'bales paper, Callender, Caldwell, and Co.; 53 casks vinegar, 109 carboys acids, Rhlnd and Turnor ; "JO.boxos cheese, W. Lang and Co. ; 3 casks glas«, 8 casks soda, 10 bafiola meal, 10 half-barrels barley, 50 Kegs hotrlugs. It. K. Smith; 20 tons pig iron, Fulton and Co. ; 47 casks sash-wolghts, 0 blocks, 002 cotnp ovens, o caska covers, 24 boilers, 07 furnaco-doora, Walter Powell and Co.; 60 bárrela, A. Stowart; 42 camp ovens and covers, 250 cart bushes, 12 gltdles, 1,184 saah-woights, 1 bin malt, R. and P. Turnbull and Co.; 10 caska meal, 4 casks nab, J. Raúles ¡líbalos -woolpacks, 25 bales bags, 100 casks soda, 1,103 oovnp \>vena, 1,109 covers, 10,011 boards, 24 tubes, 2 hlnls., 6 boxes, 0 cases, 2 casks, 153 bundles, Westgarth, Jtosi, and Spowers ; 1 bo«, J. Reid ; 1 caso floworpots, jW.-Clarkson; 1 package ton, 1 barrel sugar, 4 batea

raisins, 1 keg currants, 00 casks soda, 05 casks soda ash, 25 casks greaso, 62 cases galvanised lion, 1 box, 1 tiitfio jams. 2 casks, 4 coses, 1. tin, SO tons pig iron, a,000-firkins butter, 100 tons coal, Holmes, Whito, "and Co. ; 207 cases whiskoy, 150 Arkins butter, 100 caaes oil, 0G0 iron pipes, 601 flrobrlcks, 30 casks clay, 5 «asks tubing, 13 colls cordage, 58 boxes chceso, 3,800 uoards, 4,058 boga oota, 200 half-barrols powder, 7 '?ppcltngcs machinery, 153 boxes, 200 Arkins, 30 half« barrels, 4 cases, Order.

> 'Salsctt', from Suoi.-1 gun, O. Till; 1 casolnslru ntchts, Osbock ; 3 casos gloves, C. Lore and Co. ; 1 case glut 09, Haigh Brothers ; S cases silks, 1 package samples, Melchior and Co. ; 10 chests, 3 botes opium, 20 bottles quicksilver, 3 packages jewellery, Seises pipes, P. and O. 3. N. O. ; 8 cases chutnoy, 4 cases, 3. Sparkes ; I packago samples, Fanning and Co.; 1 pared samples, Dennistoun Brothers and Co.; 4: packages stationery, O. II. ailles ; 2 packago3 sta- tionery, Bowator ; 2 packages stationery', L. 0. Burko ; J. package stationery, English, Scottish, and Australia» Bank ; 8 packages fancy goods, Levy Etotlicrs ; 2 packages silks, Mowbray, LUBh, and Co. ;1 package "Looks, J. Wilkie ; 1 package instruments, Brush and XJo. ; 10 packages potlodicals, E. Caplo ; 1 package, Maboily ; 1 packago, Brunel and Co. ; 8 cosos, Walsh and Sons ; 2 cases periodicals, E. Arnold ; 1 package, G. Martin ; 1 packago poi lodicalfl, F. B. Franklyn ; 12 packages periodicals, George Robertson ; 4 cases provisions, Molbounto Club ; 2 cases periodicals, J. J. Blundell ; 1 case orochot goods, E. J. Wilght : 1 caso apparel, Slrll. Young ; 1 coso millinery, T. S. Martin ; 1 case books, Westgarth, Robs, and Spowers ; 1 ¡package, Byam and Co. ; II packages J, J. Moir ; 2 packogd books, 1 package music, G. Chapman; 2 pack ['" ' ?.age» apparel, 1 case books, H.H. 40th Regiment ; 1 ' , «lackairo hooki, B. Sharpo ¡ 1 package millinery, J. t. Tajtubba ; lpockngo papor, Chapman ; 1 caso millinery,

K. li. Montefiore ; 1 caso patterns, Bligh and Co. ; 1 caco boola, Draper ; 1 coso, Bunk of Now South CWalos ; » cases magazines, o. G. E. Platts; 1 coso

^haberdashery, l¡packago, Vlrgoe and Co. ; 1 coso ap- lin roi. E. Klingondor; 1 caso apparel, J. Barrott ; I iat.0, Dr. Condiottia; lease,A.Cumberland ;1 packago Wilson, Nephew, and Co. ; 1 packago boots and shoos, Marris and Co. ; 1 eise seeds, W. H. Topp ; 1 case needs, - Philpott ; 2 packages, Princo, Bray,and Ogg; 1' case, W. Jackson ; 1 caso buttons, Sprigg, Addison, * ml Co. ; 1 caso, II. M. Steel ; 1 caso samples, Watson and Sons; 3 packages papora, Mechanics'Institute ; 1 ^tuckngo, Dr. Cantpboll; 1 caso, - Clisby; 1 ca3o bouka, A. Galr ; 1 case patterns, Greig and Co. ; 1 .vackage, E. Murphy ; 1 case, H. E. BaU ; 1 caae, Jkl'Crackou and Co. ; 1 caso, Bagshaw ; 1 caso, H. lowers; I caso millinery, Ii. Jennings; 1 package, L'r. Hallett ; 1 case music, J. ß. Paling ; 1 package, 3t. II. Bland ; 1 packago, O. P. Martin ; 1 casa mudie, ?Oollniich ; 1 packago, J. Courtney ; I packago Jiooka, G, H. F. Webb; 1 caso ribbons, S. S. Flint ; 1 jiackago mu3ic, W. Topflold ; 2 packages, Dalgety and Oo. ; 1 caso books, At. Buzzard ; 1 fcasa plate, Brush .and M'DonoId ; 8 packages books, 22 packages sdlc, 22 packages drapery, 2 packages cottons, 5 package* Iiaberdasnory, 2 packogoB millinery, 5 packages jo wrct 3cry, 7 cases watcheB, 1 packago mualo, 1 package kilato, 1 packago drawing materials, 2 pockagos st i tionery, 0 packages periodicals, 1 packago drugs, 45 packages merchandise, 32 packages Bamples, Order.

Mercedes, from Hong Kong. -218 bows taplooi. Mel -diior and Co. ; SO chotts toe, 200 cases tneieliondlse W. M. BoU and Co. ; 72 bags sugar, E. F. Slehol and <Jo. ; 1 box, Dr. Barkor ; 7 paokagos, James, Volutu, and Co. ; 1 packago, Bishop of Melbourne; 100 jars, IS casca, Song Kong: 5 boxes opium, 10 boxos tapioo», 42 boxos merchandise, Sou Kumleo ; 218 boxes tobacco, Kohler and Co. ; 1,283 boga nco, 1,810 bogs salt, 220 rolls merchandise, 778 cases oil, 1,000 chests. 209 hair ekests, 400 boxos tea, 40 coses trunks, 70 packagca fur- niture, 50 clothes baskets, 2 cases hats, 0 cases sun- dries, 225 rolls matting, 200 oases ginger, 32 padcaj03 chairs, 16 ohosts drawers, R. Winter and Co.

Result, from London.-10 packages, Klamoand Ca.; 1 case, J. Dickons ; C trunks, Flower and Co. ; 94 hhds «ai, 80 casks 81 barrels oaltpotro, O rolls lead, 40 cuk-i ?tine, 45 cases merchandise, Josephs and Co. ; 1 butt 3 linds. 32 quartcr-ca&ks 0 octavoB wino, Smith and Co. ; 545 casca, Woolley and Co. ; 4 cases, 3 casks, S Jaolca 11 ; 3 riónos, 2 cases, 1 m heel, L. C. Rrowidug; 12 trun'<i, 07 cosos, E . and H. Isaacs ; 3 cases, J, Simeon ; 3 casos. Donaldson and Co. ; 30 pockets hops, Martin and Co.; 91 cases, Broad and Co. ; I ciso, Charleivj id and Bon J 00 hhds. 80 quarter cashs wine, 2 butts, (I Illida., 8 quartor-caaks, 70 cases, Wldto and C ). : 1 <-aso, 510 deals, J. Cripo; 51 crttes, lease, 3 liltdi., Si. W. Steward ; 17 cases, 1 bale, Thorpo and Co. ; Ka <taBCfl, Miles and Co. ; 300 casca, Josko Brothora ; 3)î -cases genova, Roope and Co. ; 17 tiunks, M. J. JSIjiof ?ond Co. ; 2 cases, W. Edmunds ; 1 case, J. Young ; 150 caaos, 20 hhds., M'Pheraon and Co. ; 2oasoJ, L. Josephs; 0 casca, Beujamhi ond Son ; 8 traill«, li pockota, Dlukaon and Co. ; 25 cases, A. Cumberland ; 117 coses, 21 pockots, Gill and Co, ; 60 horrels cuniont, a. Doulton ; a balea, 6 cases, Laing and Co. ; 13 oisas, 1 packago samples, Sargood, King, and Sargooi; li packages, W. Kay o ; 50 barrels pork, J. Macnainiro ; 1 hhoE, 35 barrels, S3 case', I balo, J. \Y. Brooks ; IJ "bottles quicksilver, J. Thomson ; 16 loses, 13 bilat, Prince,-Bray, and Co ; 00 casca, 80 bales, Ray, Clalster, and Co. ; 17 cases, Law Brus. ; 50 Illida, rum, "Victoria Sugar Company ; 10 cases hops, Macfarlane and Co. ; 288 cases, Carter and Watts ; 3 casoa, G. .Robertson; 71 pocket« hops, R. and P. Turnbull and .Co. ; 400 tina colours, Graham Bl others ; 9 cuei, i laics, Watson and Sons; 25 pockets, 20 horrels, ¿01 .boxes, 076 cases, Grlco aud Co. ; 545 kegs nails, W. Powell and Co. ; 13 pockcto hops, T. Jamos; Um, J. Edwards ; S50 ciiiks bottled boor, Downie an I Murphy; 20 0X51!«, Virgoe, Son, and Co. ; 25 bottljt, Jtoungtnan and Co. ; 85 casos. Levy BrothoK ; li trunks, 2 casos, Isaacs Brothers ; 2 bales, 295 catii, ! «»rapio packages, Butteinorth and Co ; 557 cases, V, jtndN. Harris; 2 bales, 2l)c,i6e», 1 sowplecaso, Wiltj t and Co. ; 2ß cusca caudles, Katzenstein ami Co. ; I oases, J. Wilkie ; £0 dillina butter, J. Dickson ; 4 li'i 1. S quarter-cooks wino, Lang and Co. ; I cose saddlery, E. Trickett; 3 oases, If. Slaney; 40 barrels, 2J «ases, Nicholson and Co, ; 1 erato, J. O. iloj.-o ; ,"5 cases, 2 bales, Haigh Brothers ; 39 e'asos, I . JjaloV 1 box samples. Byam and Co, ; 1 ox to,

.Duerdin and Co. ; 1 case, W. G. App« : 1 ciso, .V. P. -White and Co. ; S boles, Dodgahuu and Co. ; 07 uisit «Jiiceo, 60 pockots hops, Whittingham Brother, ; nbox, W. Malcolm; 1 ease, O. W. Colo ; ti ewin, 1 bil».

' A. audJ.Llttlewood;6cascs felt hats,Haegoand Prell

15 cuses, A. Beazley ; 1 caso, C. R. Martin ; 1 case, Yfl r-Wtl.inson ; 1 case, K. D. Bannister: S casos, Banks

Brothers and Co. : 1 case, W. Handle; 40 cases, 1S1 «wholes, Franklyn and Co. ; 2 cases, a. Levoy ; 2 bulos,

0 cases, 2 pacfenges, Stevenson and Sons ; 3 carthorses, Strachan and Co. ; 6 bulls, 2 cows, 4 boars, 5 sows,  

2 hares, 3 dogs, 1 caseo harness, l piano (cased) W.   Philpott ; 3 bulls, 1 cow, 6 heifers, 1 colt, 3 ponies, 7 ewes, 1 ram, 3 pigs, R. M'Dougal ; 3 cases apparel,   - Mitchell : 2 horses, 6 rams, 6 ewes, H. Glass ; 2 fillies, E. Row; 4 swans, F. Mueller; 1 caso, - Howitt; learriago, General Pratt; 24 pockots hois. -Tvvyeross and Sons ; 1 case books, E. Sandford ; 0

p.-.elcagos, J. Rümpft'; 2 bales, Crossloy and Co . 4 hlids. beor, W, Powltor ; 0 coses, Dalgety and Co. ; . 12 bales, Gibbs and Co. ; 12 trunks, 10 bales, Thom-j

son and Co. ; 1 trunk, Lorimer, Mackio, and Co. ; 3 lo casks soda, 10 casks bottled beer, 34 packages bootî fttid shoos, 2 eases plate, 017 cases, 0 casks, 2 trankt, , 6 baskets, 120 bags, 20 hlids., 3 bolo«, 2 ram,

Older.

lldk Creole, from Liverpool.-1,162 drala-plpos, 732 scginunt blocks, 250 tiles, 80 bricks, J. and J. boulton ; -21 halos Dundees, Anderson anel Marshall J 400 bun-

dles wiro, 200 drums oil, Holmes, White, and Go ; 60 barrels stone jars, Hcapo Brothors ; 200 bags fine *. 'Bait, J. and F. Neal ; 200 bags coarse salt, Westgarth,

Ross, and Spowers ; 1,080 boxes soap, Dalgoty and Co. ; 1 eise cloth, T. H. Hodloy ; 44,800 slates, T. S. Martin and Co. ; 68 boxes cheese, Wilsbiu and Leigh- ton ; 4 balos, G, Hall ; 31 cases Ö bales papor. Bright Brothors and Co. ; 24 balos bags, 10 boxes provi- sion», 30 barrels pork, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; G boxes choeso, W. Jamieson ; 7 casks, 417 sharo moulds, 2 cases, Wostgarth, Ross, and Spowers ; 31 coils cordago, Lorimer, Mackie, and Co. ; IO hlids , 25 cases, Smith, Marry, and Co. ; 121 barrels sol i crystals, 30,000 slates, Anderson and Marshall ; 8 cases stool, 7 bundles steel, X case combs, 24 cas di chlmnoypiocoB, A. Wilson, Nophow, and Co. ; (1 crates earthenware, J. and J. Doulton ; 2 casks, Goodman Tealo; 200 bundles rods. A, Wilson, Ne, how, and Co. ; 10 trusses papor, Ciarlos Carter ; 4 cases 12 coses papor, Michaelis, Boyd, and Co. ; SO barrels tar, 26 barrels pitch, 16 barrels rosin, l'J tierces blass, _ trusses, 21 hlids. glass, 89 tons coko, A,

.. -,-... ._Jplpc-,_ Topp ; 200 barrels cement, E. Chalmers ; 6 bales mill . boards, 1 box, Callondor, Caldwell, and Co. ; IS paok

ac.es, 4 coils wiro ropo, Btac&y Pease ; 2 casos, 1 shaft, 10 boxes bacon, 37 boxes hans, 1 box mail, 2) harrols choose ; Grlco, Summer, and Co. ; 0 casos, 6 bales, Alston and Brown ; 50 carboys acid, Lorimer, Mackio, and Co. ; 4 casks oil, J.

caso hardware 8 packages implements, 4 pack- ages hardware, 1 easo Indlaruhber, II. and G. Holmes ; 21 kogs nails, Thomas Craig ; 25 cases acid, Graham Brothors and Co.; 15 boxes bacon, 100 boxes tin, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 81 casos provisions, Downlo and Murphy; l8 casos O Iron, Westgarth, Ross, and Spowors; 2 casos, J. Halfoy; 60 caso? chccBO, 20 cases hams, GO barrels currants, 10 oasoi, Cainpboll Brothors ; 100 barrels ccmont, Malilor and Co. ; 110 cosos bottled beor, W. S. Andorson ; 110 coses bottled boor, Smith, Strachan, and.Co. ; 20j cases oilmen's stores, Wllsbin and Leighton ; 12 casos salmon, li barrels pork, 2 cases, T. S. Martin and Co. ; 100 firkins buttor, Josoph Thomson and Co. : 103 firkins buttor, 42 cases cheese. Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 1 caso, W. and G. H. Rooke; 3 paekagos, Bright Brothers ; 25 cases, 6 casks hair, 1C trunks, Beckwith Brothers; 12 casks hardware, 7 cases, 4 weighing machines, 2 bales twlno, 16 bundles spades, 5 cases stool, 40 bundles, 4 rolls lead, 140 kegs nails, Briscoo ond Co. ; 31 packages, 10 pairs hollows, 12 anvils, 148 kegs nails, Baines Brothors; T balos. Younghusband and Co. ; 04 casca sugar, 1,500 buihels malt, 460 sacks, 30 cases choeso, 100 drums oil, 10 hhds. oil, 20 cases grocerlos, 10 bales, Swire Brothers ; 6 bales, Andorson and Marshall ; 2 cases, J. Andrew [and Co.; 2casos,j T. Groy and Co. ; 43 kogs nulls, Harcourt and Learmonth ; 0 boxes, Grlco, Sum- ner, and Co. ; 20 packages, Laing and Wobster ; 1 hex, A. Joseland ; O hhds. tobacco, 65 barrels sulphur, 00 barrels soda-ash, Westgarth, Ross, and Oo. ; 19 pack- ages, Bligh and Harbottlo; 2 cases, 0 bales. Gill Mid Thorp ; 12 packages, J. C. Young and Co, ; 1 balo, J. W. Randall ; 6 cases, Prince, Bray, and Ogg ; 13 bales. Ray, Qlalster, and Co. ; 20 cases, Bank« Bi othors and Co. ; 10 balcB sacks, 257 bundles sheets, " 4C0 bundles hoops, T. S. Martin and Co. ; 7 hhds. to-

bacco, Holmes, White, and Co. ; 7 packages, Brisco i and Co. ; 1 tiorco rico, 27 barrels rico, l8 barrels wal- nuts, 15 borrols Barcelona nuts, 20 barrels Brazil nut, Bayldon and Graham; 2 cases, Dodgshun, Austin, and Co. ; G00 sacks oats, Swire Brothers; 31 case i hams, IG cases bacon, GO barrels cornent, 11 cases galvanised iron, 1,655 bushols oats, 10)

coses sardines, 7 cases raisins, 10 cases lomon-, peel, 00 tons coko, 60 hhds. brandy, 100 barrels pork, 700 bags salt, 8,500 slates,210 deals, 02barrels crystals, 022 colls galvanised wiro,15 packages casings, 1 package indiarubber, 1 package instruments, 1 package ink, 15 packages sulphuric acia, 128 tons coal, 600 easoi whiskoy, 150 quartors molt, 40 cosob G iron, 100 packages, Order.

JIM on, from Liverpool.-1 box, Jos, Speddlng; 2 cases, Holmos, White, and Co. ; 46 pieces, machinery ;? 1 box machinery, A Macfarlane and Co. ; 25 pockets hops, Hcapo Brothors and Co. ; 1 tiorco printing ink, G Marlin and Co. ; 1 hhd. fish, 10 half barrels fish, 20 half barrels dried herrings, W. Duthie ; 20 half barrels herrings, 1 hhd. fish, 10 half barrels fish, 12 casks, oatmeal, Smith Brothors ; 109 kegs nails, F. Barkor ; 1 caso chemicals, G. and P. Luciiii ; 1 case saddlery, II. L. Wiudio ; 11 trunks boots and shoes, Isaacs Brothers ; 1 dogcart, II. L. Atkinson ; 1 caso, Gerord and Sleop ; IS bales sacks, T. S. Martin and Co. ; 400 cases bottled beor, Robinson and Co. ; 20 kogs nails, 24 bundles spades, 2 bundles forks, 7 casks hardware, 3 coses hardware, 6 cases safety fuzo, J. and R. Stewart; 100 firkins butter, Smith, Strachan, and Co. ; 7 casos, 1 box, Jacob Caro ; 21 packages, 1 wheels, 4 pulleys, 2 cases, Reynolds and English ; 22 cases cheose, 100 fir- kins butter, Boyd, M'Naught, and Co. ; 12 barrels oat- meal, 1 tierce lara, J. Sewell ; 4 cases, Sargood, King, and Co. ; 1 box grocerlos, R Scott ; 1 box hardwire, G. White ; 1 box, Goodslr ; 2 cases, Levi and Selig man ; 0 coses, 1 box, FeleUieim Brothors ; 2 cases, J. Hickman; SO firkins buttor, 89 cases, 47 trunks. Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 4 casos, P. Falk ; 8 casos, W. S. An- derson, 200 boxes raisins, 300 boxes candles, 30G sicks etovod salt, 1,096 sacks common salt, S package!, Lorimer, Mackio, and Co. ; 12 packages, G. He- therington ; 2 casks hardware, J. M'Ewon ; 2 casos hardware, 1 cask hardware, Briscoo and Co. ; C8 borrols nuts, 120 cases 100 barrels fruit, W. and R. Creeth ; 13 cases iron bedsteads, 50 firkins butter, 10 casks sheet zinc. Bright Brothers and Co. ; 11 trunks, E. Taylor ; 8 crates oarthonwaro, T. Craig ; 26 boxes boots and shoes, J. Young ; l8 boxes boots and shoo], S. Higgott; 3 boxes, 2 boxes jewellery. Campbell Brothers and Co. ; 633 bags wheat, Ewing, Angus, and Co. ; 17 packages, Dove and Oswald ; 2 trunks, -. Briddlo ; SI packages, Cornoli Brothers : 137 cases oil- men's stores, H. W. Farrar and Co. ; 6 casks, 2 case«, i'arkhi and Wharton ; 2 casos, J. S. Adamson ; I bolo, 8 eases, Michaolis, Boyd, and Co. ; 170 coses bottled boor, Westgarth, Ross, and Co. ; 1O0 cases cheese, J. Service and Co. ; 5 bales, 13 casos.

Butterworth Brothers ; 2 cases, Sprigg, Addison, »ml

Co. ; 4 bales, 2 cases, Gill and Thorp ; 147 packages, M'Mockan, Blackwood, and Co. ; 05 cases loaf-sugar, Swire Brothers ; 3 packages machinery, E. Warhurst ; 60 casos brandy, 60 coses bottled beor, 2 pipes wine, 4 hlids. wino, M. Lang and Co. ; 120 cart-bushes, 10 packages, A. Hardie; 1 box, Josoph Jones; G cases. Hayman Brothors ; 3 millstones, 2 boxes hardware, J. Dixon ; 1 box, J. Jones ; 5 cases, Hird and Clap- ham; 1 case hardware, M. and H. Harris ; 07 bundles bent timber ; 1,450 ash follóos, Henry Box,; 1 coso, Anderson, Howlo, and Co. ; IS cases, W. and B. Hick ; 31 cases galvanised iron, 5 casks hardware, 480 bars iron, 240 bundles rods, 43 bundles hoops, 70 bundles steel, W. and H. G. Froor ; 1 box medicines, G T. Butter; 32 coses hams mil bacon, G. Hull ; 17 packages. Banks Brothers, Hen- derson, and Co.; 100 boxes fish, Bright Brothors and Co. ; 003 bundles glass tubes, 1 cask tubes and fitting!, City of Molbourno Gas Company ; 07 packages, Hyam and Co. ; 1,100 deals, 80 tons slabs, 1,370 sacks wheat, 30 cases galvanised trod, 21 boxos cheese, 15 butts cbcoso, 400 firkins butter, 275 cases oilmen's stores, 200 cases whisky, 8 trunks boots, 73 packages hams and bacon, 29 paekagos, Ordor.

Stag, from Monsoorcottah via Colombo.-83 bales oolr, 12 barrels coffoo, SO hhds. rum, 178 bags tablo lice, 0,300 bags sugar, Ordor.

riciería, from London.-126 shoots, IO bundles, Bishop and Koop ; 3 cases, 60 hhds., Rae, Dickson, and Co. ; 12 balos, 2 cases, Dalgety and Co. ; 2 quarter casks, W. Higbott ; 200 caaos, A. Woolley, Nephow, and Co. ; 600 cases, Fenwick, La Roche, and Co. ; I cato, W. Jollffo; 00 kogs, Harcourt and Co.: 2 kegs, R. Sklnnor ; 1 caso, Compton and Sen ; 3 packages, J. Kondall ; 2 cases, M. K. Cook; 100 cases, J. S. Mooro and Co. ; 62 colls, Dove and Oswald ; 8 cases, G. and W. H. Rocko ; 21 cases, Milos and Co. ; 1 coso, J.W.Francis ; 2,081 choirs, Melbourno and Hobson's Bay Railway Company ; 8 casks, Hopa and King ; 17 bales, Gill, Fowlor, and Co. ; 3 casks, Jones and Baker ; 45 cases, Michaolis, Boyd, and Co. ; 1 case, E. C. Ashton ; l,O01 deals, 270 planks, OO hhds., 200 drums, 447 packages, A Wilson, Nophow, ond Co. ; 1 case, Mailor Schmidt ; 1 caso, J. Lookey ; 2 cases, Officer Administering Government ; 1 case, H. Donaldson and Co. ; 1 trunk, B. Robinson and Co. ;

10 cosos, E. and M. Koogh ; 1 easo, Rov. J. Townoad ; I, ease, J. Wlikio ; 1 trunk, It. H. Bab and Co. ; 1 case, |J. M. Hurath; 6 casos, J. Draper ; 2 chests, 1 case, 2paok ogos, Govornmont ; 182 cases, M'Phersoli, FranciB, and Co. ; 1 cask, W. H. Ford ; 1 butt, Captain W. Boncmft ; 16 packages, Edwin Plummer ; 8 packages, Hcapo Bro- thers; 15 balos, Gill, Fowler, and Co. ; 4 coses, M. L. Joseph ; 4 cases, Isaacs Brothors ; 60 firkins, W. Crosby ; 23 packages, D. W. Lemon ; 40 paekagos, 20 casos, Heape Brothors ; 0 hhd., 1 quartor-cask, 0 octaves, Smith, Strachan, and Co. ; t>0 packages, 27 boles, 8 cases, F. B. Franklyn and Co. ; 47 coses, P. Falk and Co. ; 37 cases, Josephs, Langdon, and Co. ; 1 cask, Hope and King ; 2 cases, Smith, Strachan, and Co. ; 16 paekagos, Lanyon and Co. ; 10 coses, W. R. Josoph ; 800 boxos, 750 paekagos, Ordor.

LXPORTS.-Jaki/aet 8.

City of Sydney, for Sydney.-54 cases and 219 threo quarter boxos tobacco, 0 hhds. brandy, 2 bales duck, 2 cases fancy goods, 0 packages woodouwork, 08 pack- ages fruit, 219 kogs nails, 00 bars iron, 4 casos glasi ware, 83 packages provisions, 8 cases leo, and 2 boxsi containing 1.99Ü07. io dwt. gold.

Vistula, for Nelson, &¡a, N.Z.-20 cheats 34 lull chests toa, 226 bags sugar, 200 bags rico, 2 coses elgor J, 10 cases colza oil, 8 packages effects, 1 case pipos, I balo mats, 2 cases books, 8 trunks boots, 2 dogs.

PORT PHILLIP HEADS. (Bv EtiXCTato TsLBORipn.)

January 0.-8.30 a.m. : Wind W., moderate; wea-

ther cloudy.

ARRIVED.-Janiurï 0.

Petierif, cutter, from Warrnambool. lloscarne, schooner, put back.

Colcluster, brig, from Adolaldo.

SAILED.-Jam oarv 8..

Sydney Qrijltht, barque, for Portland. Wanderer, brig, for Sydney.

Mcrcia, ship, for Corner Inlet. .

Wave, BCboonor, for Newcastle. ,,

January 0.

Black Siian, steamer, for Launceston. General Wool, barque, for Newcastle.

Itotcarne, «-chooiicr, for Port Frcdoricfc 11.60-AWjertfl, U.M. s.s./for Sydnoy. City of Sydney, steamer, for Sydney.

CAPE OTWAY.

(BV EtSOTWO Tkuorapb.)

January D.-S30: Wind W., strong ; eitlnr iqually._

PORT OF GEELONG.

BAIl.HD.

«mia- S.-fTcrrrat Wodi, for Newcastle

PORT OF PORTLAND.

(Br El'kotrjo Thumba-b.)

ARRIVES.

January 3.-Helen, from Now York, . Jrnuary 0.- Havilah, from Adoloiilo.

SAILED.

January o.-Havilah, tor Molbouruo;

PORT OF ADELAIDE. j

(BY EtKOTRIO TBMORArS,)

AIUUVKD. I

" January 7-TI ee lillie, from Hobart Town; Síío-I It'll, from 'Willunga ; .dtif, s., from Guichen Bay.

SAinBn. I

January 7.-Alma, for London ; Havilah, for Mol- lie unie ; Narinn, for l'urt Augusta.

' PORT OF SYDNEY.

(By E&boteio THhKOBApn.) i January 0.-WindE. ; weather cloudy. , ' ' ARRIVED.

January 7.~Ureadalbane, from Auckland; Stiaola

moxon, from Moreton Bay ; Brilliant, from. Pat ' 1'icderlclc ; Heltgrapli, fi'om Brisbane

BAILED.

January 7.-Lochiel, for London ; îuimcmtoî, fer

Hobart Town.

CALCUTTA SHIPPING.

ARRIVBU.

Octobor l8.-Orion, from Sydnoy.

October 22.- Jessamine, Genera! Neil, from at 1«

bourne.

BAILED.

- October 10.-Zoe, for Australia.

October 25.-Jfonimorency, for Mellourro.

.j Tho Peninsular and Oriental Company's a.s. Sal ulto, loft nobson's Boy, for Sydnoy, at 8.50 a,rn. yos tirdoy.

During y ostorday a number of very large ships ur rh ed in tho Boy ; thoy nil report having onoountorod a succession or strong easterly galos ou this coast.

IIobson's Bit.-Early yostorduy morning, tho wind shifted .from cost to south, and blow with great fury. Two or tho largo ships which arrived, viz., the Drooin and the Earl of Elgin, having gunpowdor on botr.l, ti ero obliged lo anchor at a considerable distonco from Oolllbrond's Point, and quito outsldo the limit i of IIobson's Bay,

Tlio Chilian ship Mercedes arrived in IIobson's B ty, >estordny, from Hong Kong, having loft that port on tlio Oth November. For tho llrnt four'days sho lui ftrdng N.E, wind, then light baflling winds through I'anca Straits, Java Sea, and Straits of Suuda. Thi least' of Australia was mado on Iho 18th ult,, at Copi Helson, and chico then tho has had to contend against ¡-trong easterly gales The barquo Anglo-Indian, for this port, loft Hong Kong on tlio 1st November, and tlio following vossols wore sighted during tuo passap : - Novontber 20.-Stoita, ship, from Hong Kong, towards Sydnoy, 21 days out, In Straits of Banoo; Novombor27.-Cloremouth, British ship, and IIoui lurgbrig Nancy, In Straits of Sunda-latter bounl from Hong Kong to Hamburg, 80 days out. Doooin her 11.-Surinam, ship, from Melbourne towards Mauritius, lat., 2(1.10 S. ; long., 07.02 E. Decombjr ¡10.-Saw a ship showing Dutch colours, nemo uit

l.nown.

Tito Blackball Hitor Result atrivod In IIobson's Boy on Sunday night, after having oucountercd advorso wcathor bothat tlio commencement and termination if an otherwise succossful passago. Tho first voyait of the EoBult to Sydney was accomplished in loss tit in 72 days, and her sailing qualities havo siuco been tested to advantage. Sho loft TI) mouth on hor rocant outward run on tho afternoon of Octobor 8, and, In lonsequonco of having mot with contrary winds, did t ot cross tho Equator until the tliirtioth day ou;. 1'iom thence oxporionced light and adverso winds to Tristan D'Acuiiha, but subsequently fell in with tole- rably fair wcothor lo tho pitch of Capo Otway, which sho i cached on December 29, 82 days out. At this point her further progros was arrested by tho strong i'ostoi-ly winds willoh havo lately prevailed on tho coaBt. Tho Re3tilt has brought a valuablo addition ta our stock qf prlzo cattle. Sho will discharge hir iitdmal cargo forthwith alongsldo tho Railway Pior.

Tho iron screw stoomer Oscar, 074 tons nieasuromont, loading in the London Docks for Port Phillip, la in- tended (to tako tlio place of tlio steamer Admella, htely lost) for tho trado betweon Adclaldo and Mel- bourne. The Oscar, built by Messrs. Scott Russell aud Co., in 1855, for the north of Europe trado, has for a considerable period been employed between London and Cadiz, and has always mado rapid passages. This steamer has englnos,ou tho oscillating principle, of 120 hor60-powor, and lier average spcod Is 10J mid llkuota , per hour. Sho is 188 feet in length, 2S feet 1 Indi In

breadth, aud deptli(of hold 21 feet 9 inches. Hor pas- senger accommodation ia very superior. Tho saloon Is 62 feot long and with cabins unusually spacious -3 feet square and woll vontllatod. She has tho highett eta certificates from tho Board of Trade. This ves- sel Is conaidorod an oxcellcnt model, and Is commandai!

by Captain T. M. Trapp. Sho will bo {despatched on , tbo 12th litat.-yltisiratta» and Hew Zealand Gxttl',', '

November 6.

IMPORTANT ALTERATION IN THE ÁVS

TMALIAN MAIL SERVICE.

(FROM TUB BKOLISIl MAIL, ¡lOVKMBISll l8.)

Upon this, tlio first appearance of our journal, wo l.avo to announce an alteration lu tho Australian Mall Servico or considerable Importance to tito colo- ides. If, as Is probable, no other home journal trans- mitted by the present mail contains any corroborativo intelligence respecting Uto now arrangements, our Australian readers will, tioverlbelosF, bo contontod with our explicit assurance that tho accuracy of tho particulars which « o arc about to cotumunlcato may bo strictly relied upon.

Tho Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, who havo now bcon olght months actually at work on the Australian routo, boro satisfied them- selves that tho servico, under tlio prosont rato oí subsidy and other oxistlng conditions, ia quite unro -tuuneratii o. Aotlng upon tho legitímate commercial principle, that tho labourer is worthy of his biro, tho directors, who naturally look for o fuir rotura upon tho capital invested, havo plainly intimated to Go-

vernment that unless the conditions of tho service cou ;

bo modified in such a mariner as to avert loss to their shareholders, they « HI bo undov tlio necessity of throw- ing up tho contract, oven at tho cost of the haivy penalty provided for in that case. Inasmuch as tho company havo at tlio sanio timo plcdgod themsoives not to adopt this step without affording tho Govern- ment ample time to mako new arrangements, thereby obviating all detriment to tho national eervico, it is not at aU likoly tliat tho ponalty would bo onforcod. It la unnecessary at prosent, however, to dwoll upon this contingency. Our immediate object Ia to point out tho main causo of tho unroinunerattve results of tho existing contract. The other gtoat Unca served by itbe Peninsulor and Orlen'al Company aro prlnol paUy supported by the receipts from passougori aud freight», tlio Government subsidy in payment foi- postal sorvlcos forming au item of second- ary importance as compared with the company's aggregate earnings from other sourcos. It Is notorious that In this [rcHpcct tlio Australian sorvlca differs essentially; the Government subsidy foran It; mainstay. Wo will not stop at present to inquire luto the possiblo causo, but will morely note the fact, that the passongor and freight trafile on the Suez routo li inadequate to savo tho carriers from loss. The expo rlencc of tho Peninsular and Oi taltal Company accord) in this point with the cxpeiicnce of tho companloi which preceded thom.

The combination of tho Australian with tlio Mauri- tius sorvlce is also found to hamper materially tlu company's oporatioiiB. Both tho Australians and tho Mauritians have likewise expressed dissatisfaction upon numerous occasions. Tbo latter press for a special sert leo of their own, asfonnerly. Tho com- pany's idea was that economical considerations woul I bo promoted by blondliig the Mauritius service with the Auatrnlliui, but this is now proved to be a mistake. Amongst other points, tho oxpenses attending port or Mauritius aro complained of.

As a first result or tho negotiations oponed betweon Government and tho company, It lias been decided that the routo of the Australian steamers «hall bo altered from Mauiitlus to Ceylon, and that tho postal service bet» ecu Adcu and tho Mauritius shall bo per- formed by a separóte line of vosscls.

Wo have no doubt that this intelligence will ha re ¿lived with satisfaction in Australia. Considering tlio growing trado between Australia and India and China, a direct communication betweon them is of groat im- portance to tho colonists. Moreover, tho chango of routo mil tend to increase tho regularity of tho service. Galle may bo considered a control

point of communication, at hore, in tho event of any, aocident occurring, the company's largo rosourcos w111 at once bo available to obviate tho consequonoos. Very different is tho case at tliateomparatlvcly out-of llte way dopondoiioy, tho Mauritius. There aro, lu addition, other reasons, too numerous to mention, w hieb tend to rondor t he service oto Coylon, relatively, the moro trustworthy and regular. Then, again, the Ceylon routo will blond far moro remunoratlroly with tho other routes sorved by tlio company. II, a» lu hnppeued lately, the company's passengcr-carrylu J capacity ho overtasked, tho bteamcrs convoying titi Australian malls will be or consldorable avail. Tito saving thus golncd will be almost as much to tlio advantage or tbo State as to thtt or tho Company ; for tho public treasury must ultimately bo callod upon to moko tlio mall oon traot fairly remunerative to the contractors. By put ting on an oxtra vessel, it hon requisito, betweon (Jolle and Calcutta, and Oallc and China, as tho company propose todo, fut thor advantages to the Icttcr-sendiug ana travelling public will be scoured.

Amongst tlio other points attained by the now ar- rangement Is a communication three times a wotk with Coylon (iusteudof »»leo, usU present). Wlo.t the telegraphic communication betweon England a id India ia comploted-and tho work is being puslu I rapidly forward-tho Ceylon route will present al ilitlotinl advantages, In which Austmlla will fully

sharo.

Tho chango of routo will tako effect outwards wit'i the steamer or March 12; from Southampton, an I homewards with that of Match 11, from Sydney. Tlu interests of tlio Mauritians will bo cored Tor.

TliedMatico between Suez and Austrulln ula Coylon »nd via tho Mauiitius, being almost identicol, no al- terations whatever will bo made In lite datos llxod (or at rival al and departure from England and Australia.

It is understood that Government havo Intlmatol their, unwillingness, ponilng tho proposed ro-appolnt 'meut uoxtiscsslou of tlte Parliamentary Commltlej du Mall Contracts, to entertain upon their own responsibility, tho question of au addition to the prê- tent subsidy for the,- Australian Borvloe ; whiltt lit Company continue to urgo their claim for an Inoreaio.

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