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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

HOBSON'S BAY.

Hum WATER To BAT.-Morning, 3 20; afternoon,

3'88.

Feb. 1.-0a.m. : WindN.E .moderate; woather fino, clear. Barometer, 80'08 ; thermometer 70. 1 p.m. ; Wind S E., moderate ; weathor cloar, fino. B irometor, 30 OS ¡thermometer, 70.4pm.: Wind S.E, moderato; weather, clear, fine. Barometer, 80 ; thermometer,

70.

ENTERED OUTWARDS -Fin. 1.

Rohlno Marla, 482 tons, Cornelius Hooktha, for Hong Kong, vifl Newcastle.

Record, 437 tons, W. Slmpaon, for Newcastle. Ecliptic, 314 tons, - Kldrldgo, for Nowcostle.

Tasman, 79 tons, R. Lindsay, for Hobart Town.

Macquarie 125 tonB, Wm. Young, for Singapore

\ ¡ft Fremantle.

' Kent, 927 tons, H. F. Holt, for London.

Bon Nevis, 257 tons, G Evans, for Newcastle.

CLEARED OUT_Fun 1.

P. and O. Co.'s s s. Geelong. 1,614 tonB, R. T. Dun- das,* tor Point de Gallo via King Georgo's Sound.

F. B. Kendall, agent i

Flying Squirrel, 79 tons, H. A. Pasloy, for Port

MacDonncll. Pigott Brothoro and Co , agents. I

Aldinga, s.S., 291 tons, Hugh ilacmolkan, for Ade- laide. Passengers-saloon : Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Slater, Mrs. White, Mrs Cowan, Miss CounBoll, Messrs. Macpherson, F. F. Freeman, J. H. Blnokwood ; and 16 in the stoorago. M'Mockan,

Blackwood, and Co., agents. '

Envoy, 670 tons, Jas. Borry, jun., for Fremantle. (Lord and Co., agonts.

Wavo of Lifo, 887 tons, R. A. Porrott, for London. Holgoty, Blackwood, and Co., agents

Empress, 1,313 tons, E. P. Kilts, for Loudon.

Croakor, Scott, and Co , agenta. I

Thomas Stephens, 1,600 tons, Rlohard Richards, for London. Bright Brothers and Co , agents.

Sarah Ann, 400 tons, Jno. Wills, for Newcastle. JamcB Paterson, ngont.

Armin, North Gurman barque, 844 tona, F. Ruhaso, for Rangoon. R. TOWHB and Co., ngont'.

PROJECTED DEPARTURES.

FOR LONDON -Duleep Singh, 3rd Fobruary ; Anglo gey, 8lh Ftbruary ; Kent (via Cape of Good Hope), 10th February ; Dunbar Oastlo, 10th Fobruary ; Walmor Castle, 21th Fobruary ; Yorkshire 20th February ; Sobraon (from Sjdney), lBt March J Jerusa- lem, Mnngaloro, 10th Fobruary ; Loch Ness, loch Februars ; White Roso, Colllnurovo (from Adolaido), Oriental', Kirkham, George Thomson, early; Somerset-

shire, 80th April.

FOR SYEMTV.-City of Adolaido, this day ; You Yangs, 8rd February.

FOR ADXLAIDB -Coorong, 8 th February.

FOR HOBART Tows.-Southern CroBs, this day. FOR LAUNCESTON.-Tamar, 3rd Tobruary.

FOR HOKITIBA.-Tarama, 7th Fobruary; Cloud "Hamilton, 12th Fobruary.

FOR DUNBDIN -Tararua, 7th Fobruary ; Claud Hamilton, 12th Fobruary.

FOR WELMNOTON, CANTERBURY, AND NELSON. Tararua, 7th February ; Claud Hamilton, 12th Feb-

ruary

FOR LTTTELTON.-Tororuo, 7th February; Claud Hamilton, 12th February.

FOR AUCKLAND-Tararua, 7th Fobruary; Claud Hamilton, 12th Fobruary.

FOR WARRI,AMBOOL.-Edina, every Tuesday; Rob Boy, ovory Friday.

FOR BELFAST,-Western, every Tuesday ; Rob Rob, every Friday.

FOR PORTLAND.-Wcatorn, ovory Tuesday ; Rob Roy,

«very Friday.

FOR MAURITIUS -Talisman, early.

FOR FREMANTLE.-Envoy, Maoquarlo, 6th Fobruary.

EXPORTS.-FEB. 1.

Geelong, EM8 S., for Point do Gallo.-70 boxes containing 95 022oz. 16dwt Ogr. gold, 30 boxos spocio containing 88 012J BoverclgnB, 1 box French gold coln, valuo £113; 1 caso samples glassware, 1 truss .newspapers, 8 parcels wool, J caso Booda, 180 baga

flour, 2 boxes documents, 3 cases wlno, 2 boxcB

jcwollory, 2 kegB buttor, 6 packages potatoes, 11 paokago bono dust, 1 package (a valiso), 1 package (a picture frame), 3 casks tallow, 6 tlorcoa beof, 3 cases jams, 1 case saddlery, 1 package maps, 3 packages company's parcels.

. EmprcBS, for London.-4 478 bales wool, 60 logs

sandalwood, 158 bolos 2 casks skins 030 bags 10 baloo bark, 608 casks tallow, 111 casks 0 cosos prosorvod

meats, 43 bales leatbor.

Envoy, for Fremantle.-60 tons cool.

Aldinga, s P., tor Adolaido -60 COBOS gonova, 01 barrels currants, 100 casks buttor, 40 bags ootmool, 390 bags oats, 68 packages drapery and soft goods, 1 caso furnituro, 3 catos nutmoga, 346 bundlos ironwlro.

Flying Squirrel, for Port MnoDonnoll -21 chests too, 27 bags sugar, 13 cascB hardware, 6 tons coal, 38 packages oilmen's storos, 87 casos Btout

Thomas Stephens, for London.-0,270 bolos wool, 14 bales loath or, and 1 box containing l,252oz. 13dwt. gold (Now Zoaland), shippod by the Oriental

Bank.

Wave of Lifo, for London.-1,071 bales wool, 2 982 DDgB rico, 0 cases wine, 1,808 bags bark, 3 casks block «and, 44 hales pelts, 217 Ingots spelter, 12 balos akina, '17 bales scrolls, 14 bales basils, 3 tanka 247 casks tallow, 193 bags horns, 01 bogs bones, 66 bales leather. _

FORT PHILLIP HEADS.

(BY ELHOTBIO TELEGRAPH.)

ARRIVED - FBI! 1.

Alexander, barquo, from Mautitius.

SAILED -JAN. 81

Horo, BB ,for Auckland, vii. Sydney. * t Rangitoto, s.s , for Dunedin. , FPB 1.

Emma Patoraon, schoonor, for Launceston. Ella, schooner, for Gipps Land Lakes. Nith, ketch, for Cornor Inlet.

Prairie, brig, for Taylor's Bay. Murray, p s., for Port Albort

Tbo Lady Jocolyn waB reioosod from quarantine, and loft for Hobson'e Bay at half post 8 pm.

Geolong, R.M.S.S., for Point do Gallo. Edina, s.s , for Warrnambool. Western, s.s , for Portland. Aldinga, a B., for Adelaide.

PORT OF WARRNAMBOOL.

.Feb. 1,-Wind S., light; vtoother oloar, fine.

ARRIVED

Feb. 1.-Rob Roy, B a , from Molbourno.

PORT OF BELFAST. Feb. 1.-Wind S.W. ; weather fino.

ARRIVED.

Feb. 1.-Rob Roy, s s., from Portland.

SAILED.

Teh. 1.-Rob Roy, s s., and Lolia, cutter, for Mol

ibourne.

PORT OF SYDNEY.

ARRIVED.

Jan. 81 - Maid of Riverton, from Now Hebrides ; Nineveh, from Downs.

Fob 1.-Edith Eannold, from Mauritius; Eudlo B. Giraudin, from Islo of Bourbon ; Voyager, from Cali- fornia; Rotumab, from South Sea Islands; Gem, from Port Fairy ; Wave of Lifo, from Port Donison.

BAILED.

Jan 31.-Maid of Judah and City of Manobcator, for

Xondon.

PORT OF NEWCASTLE.

ARRIVED.

Jan. 31.-Kadina, from Wallaroo : Tiontsln, from

Launceston.

Feb. 1.-Ann, from Molbourno; Mnggio, from Na-

pier ; Derwent, from Wellington. '

SAILED.

Jan. 81.-Wavo, for Omaru.

Fob. 1.-Helena, for Molbourno.

PORT OF BRISBANE.

SAILED.

Fob, 1.-Lady Young, forSjdnoy.

PORT OF ADELAIDE.

ARRIVED.

Jan. 31.-Nancy, from Yankalilla.

Feb. 1.-Annie Mooro, from Circular Head ; Alex- andra, from Sydney.

BAILED.

Jan. 31 -Claud Hamilton, for Molbourno.

Feb 1.-Tliorkcld, for Guam ; Orient, for London.

MELBOURNE OBSERVATORY.

? Lot. 87dcg. 40mln. 63soo. S. ; long. Oh. 89mln.

64'SBec. E.

TIME-BALM.-TIME OF DROP,

OBSERVATORY SIIMN TIMK.

Fob. 1.-At Williamstown no signal ; at Molbourno, lb. ; corresponding to

ORKEhWICII MEAN 1IMH.

' Jan. 81.-15b. 20m. 5'2s.

Dato.

Baromotor at Sea Lovel

Attached Thorm.

Temp, of Air.

Jan. 81, 0 p.m. Feb. 1, 0 a.m. Fob. 1,8 pm.

30123 30 107 80 014

08-1 67 0 72 0

63 8 72-7 80 0 POST-orr ICE CLODS.

Feb. 1.-At 1 p.m., 0'is. fast

MURRAY AND MURRUMBIDGEE

RIVERS.

(FROM TELEGRAMS BT OUR CORRESPONDENTS.)

FEB. 1.

Wahgunyah 20

Echuca

Bar.

Sv>»n-blll..|20

80 80

I Abovo Thor. Summor

I Lovel.

ft In.

1 10 2 0

Wind and

Weather.

N.B., light; fine. N.B., light; fine.

N.E. ; sultry, fine.

THE R M.S.S. Geolong. Captain R. T. Dundas, loft lier anchorage punoluaily at 2 p.m. yesterday, with tho AuBtrallan and New Zealand malls tor India and Europe. Sho cleared out at the Customs with O5,022oz. 16dvtt. 6gr of gold, «nd £88,01210s. In specie, and a largo number of passengers. A vory largo numbor of visitors woroon board prior to her Bailing. The foi

lowing is her paasonger-liat:-For King Gooreo'a Sound.-Mr. and Mrs. Hassell and Infant, and Mr. W. Tilley. For Point do Galle-Messrs. A. Joshua, Wottlno, and D. Dalziel. ror Bombay.-Mr. Campbell

For Calcutta.-Mr. Prlnson. For Singapore- Mr. CoBtokor. For Shanghai.-Mr» Price's nativo woman sen ant. Tor Suiz-Messrs. Fjsoh. Felton, and Moffatt. For Marseilles -Mr. and Mrs. Oarruthora, MadamoM. de Labordo, Mr and Ml« Nathan, Mr. J. P. Quirk, and Mailors Quirk (two), Messrs. Pyke, L. If. Stevenson, and Mr. Gamoltky. For Southampton. -Messrs. J. F. Oraco, and G. Bajop.

TUB s s. Aldinga, Captain II ugh Macmeikan, loft the ?Queen's Wharf jestcrday afternoon for Adolaido.

TUB barques Charlie Palmor and Agate Bailed from the bay jesterday. *

THE Abirdeon clippor »hip Wave of Life hauled off from the Victorian Railway« pier, yesterday, to an anchorage in theb»), from whence she will proceed to

fl.'a to morrow.

THE lion clipper ship Loch Katrine, having com- pleted her loading of wool. Ac , for London, was towed < em tho breakwater. Williamstown, yestorday, to tho f «Irwoy. »rd was to bo towed to BCO last night by the

steamer J!) i ter}.

1 »R Ne r« . glan barque Heimdall sailed from the bay

jeiteitlaj.

THE VOYAGE OF THE SHIP LADY

JOCELYN.

Tho following Is Captain Jenkins' report of the rapid passage made by tho abovo named vosaol : "Tho Lady Jocolyn sailed from London on the 3rd November, and arrived at Plymouth on the 10th. On tho 10th she embarked 449 emigrants, but did not leave Plymouth until the 17th, and for two days had calms and bead winds from W.S.W., but at noon on the 10th, the Lizard bearing N.N. W. 10 miles, she got a favourablo brocze from the N.W., and on tho 24th crossed tho latitude of Madeira, five days out ; next day Bho got the first of the N.E. trades, and on the 20th she crosBed the latitude of tho Caps do Vordo Islands, 10 days out. On 4th December, at 9 p.m., she crossed the equator, in 15 days 0 hours from the Lizard, after which sho tacked about with hoad winds until 8 p.m. of the 11th, baing thon 09 miles ca9t of tho portion in which she was on the evoning of tho 4tb. At 4 a.m. on tho 26th Docombor sighted Tristan d'Acunho, and on tho 28th crossod the meridian of Orconv.ichlnlat.40dog.S. On the 2nd January she rounded tbojCapo of Good Hope, 44 days out ; and orossed tho rSorldlan of St. Paul's on the 14th, and Cope Louwln on tho 21st, 08 days out At 9 p.m. on tbo 20th she made Capo Otway, C8 days nlno hours from tho Lizard; and anchored insido Port Phillip Heads on tho following morning at 0 o'clock." Sovoral vessels were spoken on the voyago, but nono bound for Australian ports. Appendod is an abstract of the log of tho Lady Jocelyn i

Date

Winds. [

Dist.

Lat

Lou.

1800.

Knots.

Dcg.

Dog. Nov. 10*

Wear. ,20

N.

260 ,

4S5

10-46

21

N.N.E. to N.

232

4010

15-39

22

N.W.

200

42-16

18'U

23

N.'

205

37-47

18 45

24

N.byE.toN.N.E

234

34 27

21-00

25

N.N.W. toE.

150

82-17

22-8

20

S.E. to S.S.E.

180

20 81

23-34 27

S.E. toE.S.E.

21G

20-18

25-00

28

E.S.E.

2G4

22-10

26 30

20

E. to B.8.E.

202

17-43

28-11 30

E.N.E.

230

13-57

28-68

Deo. 1

E. by S.

213

10-25

28-21

2

E,

240

0 31

26-57

3

S.E.

202

3-26

27 33

4

S S.E.

230

1-11 South.

80-35

5

S.S.E.

210

1-27

32-53 0

S.E. "

78

2-34

38-41 7

S.U.

24

2-11

33-25

8

. S.E.

76

8-24

34-10

9

S.E.

143

1-41 North.

82-35

10

S.E'byS.

178

0 25

30-20

U

S.E. to S S.E.

15

0-9

South.

30-16

12

SE.

161

2-12

silo

13

S.S.

240

5-24

33-25

14

E.S.E.

160

8-4

82 66

16

S.E. to E.S.E.

240

11-80

34-55

10

S.E. to E

211

15-10

3512

17

E.8.E. to E.

202

18-32

34-44

l8

S.E. to E.

194

21-45

84 0

19

F. to E.S.E.

260

25-40

82-42

20

E.N.E. to E.

242*

29-17

30-40

21

E. to E.N.E.

182

. 32-3

29-20

22

E.N.E. to N.B.

238

34-28

25 40

23

N.E.toNE.byN.

272

35-24

20-18

24

N.E.

218

30-2

16 51

25

N.E.toN.E.byN

168

30-37

12-40

20

N.E.

200

37-50

0-00

27

N. to N.W.

260

30-9

3-49

28

W.

170

30 47

0-16

East

20

W.S.W.to8.W.

221

40-47

4-22

SO

S.W. to S.S.E.

i 210

4112

8-60

1870 31

S.W. to N.W.

120

41-27

11-21

Jan. 1

W. to S.8.W.

181

4130

15-20

2

W. to W.N.W.

124

42-7

18 8 3

N.W. to N.E.

180

42-40

22-10

4

N.E. to E.

203

44-12

27-31

5

E. to S.

184

46-10

30-15

0

SW.toW.,W.byS

220

45-1

35-20

7

N.W. to S.W.

223

43 32

40 2

8

S.S.W. to S.

320

42-50

47-5

9

S.S.W.

272

43 25

53-3

10

S.W. to N.

210

43 43

67-45 11

N.W. to S.W.

205

43-30

03-38

12

S.W. to S.

212

4810

Oá-10

13

S. to S.S. W.

240

43 22

73 41

14

N.W. to S.W.

230

43 61

78 47

16

S.W. to W.S W.

226

44 31

83-40 10

W.N.W. to W.

200

44 26

88 30 17

N.N.W.

280

43 47

93 SO l8

W.N.W. to N.W

241

43 21

08 53

10

N.N.W.

245

43-31

104 17

20

N.N.W. to S.W.

225

44 00

109-13

21

N.W.

220

44-67

114-0 22

N.W. to W.S W.

SOO

4514

121-3

23

S.W.

302

43-31

127 25

24

S.W. to N.W.

176

42-13

130 40

25

S.W. toS.SE.

280

39-60

13148

20

S. to S.S.E.

304

88-40

141-4J

At 0 p.m. sigbtod Capo Otway, an i on the morning

of tho 27th anchored Insido the Hoads.

* Lizard N.N.W. 16 miles.

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