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¡j "?''?AHIUV.VM.-November tí : Champion,1 from A«'"- I v. liiiiic, with 0 passengers ; ' ? 1'etrol,'.' from' Hobart ,. I; 1 'l'oivn, willi IO passengers I Ann mid .l.'Uie, from' '
'! sjyilni'.v. (1.) Jkillnr.it, ship, 713, Julius, fruin < i| London, August 1 Otb, thc Downs 12th, and ofr tus (
! Lizard August 18th. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs.
Ilydcr and family, Mr. and Mrs, Jackson. Miss Dancnmbo, Captain Wolfe, Messrs Lloyd Jones,
I- Lloyd - Juno?) jim., Uookwurt.li, - Causer,. Brown,.
W. If. Iiullock, J. Selby, Esq., Burgoon, and 134 in tho intermediate mid xtoorago ; Jane Catherine, frmnJUobart.Towii. with U'J passengers; .Marine ; Piant, from Adelaide.
DEi'AttTURF.s.-November 4. L-idy Peel and Melbourne, for Geelong ; Nepaul, for Bombay.
.?¡ThojBallarnt, ¡t fine new vessel, named after our first gold fields, belonging to Messrs. Dent,'of London, arrived yesterday, having made a splen- did run of 77 days from tho Lizard, although her latest nowspapors were taken on hoard in tho Downs on tho 12th August. Neither births nor deaths took placo on the voyage, nor ns fir as could bo ascertained, did anything occur to nw tho; pleasure of thu voyngu. Tho Ballarat has brought to our shores a m'im'icr of respectable pooplo ns passengers, a general cargo, and about ¡£15,000 in specie, all for .Melbourne. On tho 12th
.September sho spoke tho Marlborough, from Ply- mouth August 14 ; October 2nd, tho Ruckhnm,' brig, from Liverpool, seventy'days ont ; anil October 7, tho Saghalicu, sixty-seven diiys out, all bound for Melbourne. Tho Vimiera- sailed from London for this purt August Otb, nud tho Stebonheath hence, arrived ott' Gravesend, , August Sch. Wo cannot learn anything from the papers beforo us to altor tho data of sailing of tho Great Britain, which still continues to b% advertised tu leave August 21st. The Java, steamer, left Batavia the samo day as tho Champion, September 7th, but was to call at Sourabaya and ;King 'George's Sound en route to Adelaide, at which place she had not arrived when tho Champion left.-Argus,
November 5. ;
The El Dorado sailed from Liverpool on the 10th August. The Blerenge, the Hermione, the Onyx, and the Tulloch Castle, sailed from Graves-end on the 8th August for this port.
TERRIBLE STATE OF AFFAIRS ON BOARD OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP AT THE PORT PHILLIP HEADS.-In- telligence was brought to Williamstown, on Wed-
nesday evening last, by Captain Wylie, of the brig Champion, from Adelaide, that a large ship, named the Ticonderoga, ninety days out from Liverpool, with upwards of 900 govern- ment emigrants on board, had anchored at the Heads. A great amount of sickness had occurred among the passengers, more than a hundred deaths having taken place, and almost a similar number of cases (typhus
fever) being still on board. Nor was this all. The doctor's health was so precarious that he was not expected to survive, and the whole of the medi- cines, medical comforts. &c, had been consumed. The authorities in Williamstown, immediately furnished the government schooner Empire, with the necessary supplies of live stock, beef, mutton, milk, vegetables, porter, wine, spirits, and a medi- cine chest, and Dr. Taylor, of the Ottillia, a gentle- man of much practical experience, went down in her to the Ticonderoga yesterday, to take charge, ac- companied by Captain Ferguson, the Harbour Master. The Lysander, ship, has also been taken up by Government as a Quarantine Hulk, and proceeds to her destination at the Heads this day, having on board stores sufficient for all hands for three months, when further, arrangements will be made, which we trust will ameliorate the fearful state of things on board. The foregoing are the only particulars known to our reporter at present, but, at all events, this case clearly exhibits the cruelty and ill-judged policy of crowding such a number of people on board a single ship, no matter her size, for a lengthened voyage. - Argus, November 5.