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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

HOlJSON'-i HAY.

Ilion VATHI THIS DM -Morning, 13, alter noon, 1 22.

Ma} _tl-1 ¡un Wini i< , strong weather cloud}, line Baromi ter 30 0 thermometer 01 1 ii in Wind N hti >ng weather cloud} lint

llnroniiter, SÜ IS thermometer C1 4 pin Wind Is , strong , weather cloud} line Barometer, BO 17 , thermometer, 03

ARRIVED - MAY 25

Falkland Hill, sh, 1,400 tons, J M'M Hall, from       Liverpool, Feb 5 ; Holyhead Feb 14. Passengers-     cabin : Messrs Hill, Adams, and Waite. Jas. Service     and Co. , agents

Stratton Audley, sh 908 tons, F A Richardson,   from 1 orL Louis, Mauritius l_th lilt Pass u"ors

i ililli Mr mid Mrs. Blundell und child Cuicieianl Atlet, nichts

MM _"

Austral, lllbs, ' rs_ tons Alfred f linrlton rouunnndor, from Lundon via Plvmuutli, lsth ult, Naples-4tliulL, Pott Said __th ult, Silo? 1st lust-, Aden 5th Hist, nnd Adelaide _4th hist 1 _«sen"crs s doon 1 or Melbourne-Mr and Mrs. A C W lilis »nil lamil} (foin) Mi mid Mrs A B Alice, Mr mid Mrs.il Smith, Misses Unntock (two) Misses Gilmour, Rov D Doiono Messrs I. GouUtono It Mocka}, C Gilmour,« It Groen, 1 Baxter and r S Quinn also lu sccondsaloon and 141iiithetlilrdcnblnaudbtconu.ii. 1 rom Adelaide-Mr S. Goori, mid onu second saloon lorS}dnoy-Captain Grlovo and Mis Orluve.Mr mid Mrs M'Lachcru fatullv (three) and sériant Mrs I 1 rown and fiunllv (four) Miss Brown Mr mid Mrs A 1 Gorshon, Miss Howoiakcr, Miss llshbonnie Miss 1 iddocl-, Miss 'lctlev, Miss M II« rnlth Dr li O Hunes, Rov W S truckolton lici I> Murphv, Messrs Tohn Geddes, A L Ulrlstle, W Christie, 11 -happell J Watson Hci ry -¡cutt, I Baxter, also 104 In (ho sooond KIIIDOII and -01 in tho third cibui mid stcerago 1 tom Ai'eu-Sen_iunt major tireen Di r \\ Hugahaw ini-dio.il oillcer Mr John C Ciblions purser Gillis Bright, and Co , agents

Ainaltl, Gemían H S (Hobt M Sloinan s line) 2 '140 tons, Is Melohortsen from Hamburg March 111, dix haven March 22, Antwerp Man h 2i, London 2nd ult, Pott Sold lsth ult, SIICJ-nth ult, Aden _th ult,, nucí Adelaida -.¡rd iti-t lnssellgcls-Six ill the btoornge W Crosbv. and Co , agents

Wandourco, s s , 1 (IIU tous W II Liiunorson from S}dncv 24th inst. Passciuas-_aloou Mr und Mrs Brndlo}, Miss Bradlc}, Miss M Bradlov, and Master Bradley, Mrs Hands Mrs Astons, Messrs Harris Cook, W Gilfillan, C Phillamv , and 10 in tlio steerage, lludditi t Parkor, and Lo , "¿cuts

l}ro sell, nj tons, L. Henderson, fiom Qucolis ferr}, via St llolons und Cowes Master, ngmit.

CLEARLD OUI -MA\ 20

Australia, s s., 400 tons lohn Reid for Circulai Head _u Plisscnners-saloon Ml Edw irds Mr Waters, Mrs \\aturs Misses Waters (four), Mustern Waters (four) Mrs Balford, Misses Batford Miss llUv.Str _ork, Mr L Mcdvvln, Mr J Nedwin,Miss Billing, Mr \ouii), und IB in chu -tec-ra-i li^ott Bros and Co , agents.

Konoowarra, s.s., 2,000 tons Charles Ashford, for Sydney. Passengers—saloon: Mrs. Brown, Mrs R. S. O'Brien, Mrs Cunning, Mrs W H Johnson Mrs   Bruce and four children, Miss Wright, Miss Fullar-   ton, Miss T Solomon, Miss Hasker Miss R. Stead-

man. Miss M'Kenzie, Messrs M Sheppard, James     Abernethy, R, S O'Brien, A H. Barsby, J. Hedges,   H. R. Cornish, W H lohnson, R L Cunning, Rev. James Buchan, Master R H Cunning and 21 in the steerage. Wm Howard Smith and Sons Limited,

agents.

Titan, 1170 tons C 11 Altin, for Newcastle, in ballast. Lorimer I onie und Co , agents

Austral, ss , J _ii) tons las Anderson, for S}tlnc} Gibbs, Bright and Co , n;,tnts

\ ictorian, 1100 tons John M Lean, foi Adelaide Pnssenjcis-kiUioii Mr mid Mrs T 1' M'Cuull Mi mid Mrs Walker mid infant, Mr and Mrs. T K >1 Llhstcr, Mesdames It ^ oung, Gliddon and famll} (two) Mtlg(,c, Coote, Miss Sabine, Messrs I J ?smith, W hing loiin.ciiil I J Roalto W li Bilka, T Balli, II irria, 1 Bites ^ ?» Wltlltia W Robson M Cabe, 1 1 Schul» Ionen, Robert bon, Gntltths Uiailos T C M Coull 1 II Crispe, 1- Crispo, and Jj in tho steel-u,o Jumes I O.ilun,

n"cnt

Mangana, s s , 1,000 tons, Jnt K. \oung for Laun cestón Passengers-saloon -Mrs Buriel!, Mrs u Hodnson, Miss Hamilton Miss liac}, Messrs Duiuarosq, U Warner, Brush, U Lui}, Barr} 11 Butler, A li O Connor, 1 I Butler, W I L Sutton, and 25 in tho btccngi Challes Hudson,

ugont

IMPOHT&-MA. _J

(A Bpcoial charge is umdo fur consignees announco

uicnu inserted in this column )

Falkland Hill, from Liv crpool - 2 178 steel rails 118- bdls fishplates, 7 pkgs guns, 4 pkgs Galling (.uns, 0 pkgs littings 3 cs accessories 1 cs wheels, 11 pkgs carriages, 0 shields J cs pivot-, 1.0 cs empty shells, 2 cs emptv cartridges 7 es fuse S ciiculur plates, G forgiiiLS (piston rods) 4 w rou"ht iron lilian, S plates low moor iron 1111S2 brs 1 4 Jil bills 177 sheets f SU plates iron 2 > tons pig Iron 1,50s bills hoopiron, .0 bdlsshcet Iron 40 cs galvanised lion n70 bars anglo Iron _ _ bars I ! bdls steol, li c1 s b 17 pi ""> wiro, 41 pea and pi gs eastings and machinen, _lubxs tmplatts _0 coils wiri rope 2 ela "ahuiil-id wire < lines, 1 lead inciting pot 1 cs copper shoots, 1 ck trips

J chains 1 ck chum lu kg* units 11- pk-s liar Ivvaie, n-,U00 blatos, J bau blicks 1) 1ms c11}, 17 cks 1 lix Hi oday, 22 cks liles. Uti (.riudbtoncs, 11 tons 12cvvt coko 607 pos loe wood __J po. fustic, 2,0IS pea bir wood, B4 bgs valotna Ja drills- sulphur, _00 kgs sul phato copper, 10 dims caiiBtio soda 10 cka 20 kc,a ni carl) soda, 172 c1 s s0da ash 10 bra potash, JS bi,s intrato soda 14 serous gum, 20 cs milanesia, 5 ltaa alum, 20 bgs canwool, lol »ks salt, 20 hlids 1.) li!

llllds 10 lil hrls alu, 7"i cs bottled beer, -.> Iihds btout, 300 cs bottletl btout, SO ijr cks 30 octaves whisky, llqr cks wine 100 hrls s}rup, 45 pkirspaixi

hangings, Oil rools paper, lOObxs window giass, 5 cs plato glass, 263 pkgs chiiiii, i^lass imd cnrlhr-hwuro, -2 cs bedsteads, 3 pi gs du mturo, 1J2 pkgs boftgooris Itaberdashcr}, Le , BO bin cotton waste, 1 bl twine, 1 cs (clock), 0 cs caudlewlek, I bl cotton wick 2(1 es bowing machines, 11 pi v.* liiisccllaiioous mcrchaii

dibO

Stratton Audlc} from Sluuiititis - SjOlähga sugar, 25 c-lis ruin, 100 cks oil

MAT 20

Austral, from London -1 tk figs, 1 tit fruit, 1 cs dicket bats, 2cs guns, S os Bowing mai hines liroii safo, les copper wire, 1 cs silva plate 7 pi gs bru hose, __., 2 es tob leeonists L,OO is JU clita Martini

Henry rillos, J chis ba}oiiot_ and attachment., 1, cs collin furniture 7 es glass, 120 pieces and pkgs cirdcrs, 52 pi gs belting mid lucos, 1 entire horses, fig pkgs libro 50 pkgs. books and palo (Heals, 101 tubes I) cs watches, jewcllorv, Se , 2es bitvar, 0 cs instruments au) opt cul goods 73 pos mid pkgs machiner}, SI pkgs hardvvaio, 221 pkgs boftgoods, 2 pkgs oilmen s «toiorj, 21 es champagne, 2 hlids aie, S his piper S bib -pupcrhiitiginga, J pkgs 0 irth-iiwarc 50 pk(,s drugs, 22 pkgs lancy goods, J pkgs furnituro, .1 pkgs priu'.ing m itciiul ¿te, 5 ca music 2 pi gs oilmen s storr s, Oil | las ami in transit, S pkgs for New /oalaud iv* id 4 for Tasmania.

Amalfi, from Hun-burg, Antwerp, and 1 ondon - 200 bgs 100 ea 2_ tita migar, 4 pk^s shocvvjio loll jiointlng, 14 ca brushes, 1 pag telegraph material, 100 cs caudles, 10 cs g1} cc rinc, J cs fruits 1 ck cmciblos 14 cks 105 cs glucose _7 cs lamps 10O cs nails, 10 bl H ccuiont, 8 cs capsules, __ cstiii, I ca biscuits, .0 hf

hrls herrings 0 c-s tinfoil, 20 ca hops, 1 oks concen- trated vinegar, _d pi j, s woodvvare, lies mouldings, 100 os codiish, 221» .lita corrugated iron IJironiiosts 12 iron sheets, 20 pkgs and pcsiiiaohinciv, 7 pkt,s haul

ware, 01 ca 1 ck beer fe. cs cu.ara, SO pkgs fimol t,oods, Le, 07 pkgs ellina (.lass, and earthen wale 21 pk"'S music und musical instruments 11 cs books and

stationer}, 10 ca paint., Ses pianos I cs pianinos 14 ca fiirnituro 0 bis paper, 11 pkc,. sortnoods, I pk(,s 1 tom Hamburg-1 pk". wiro rope 7 pi gs accessories 2 cs carbines, l8 cs can od btone work, 1 iron grate, j hrls couiont 1 cs docks, 7 cs tiles, 2 us arms, 2 cs play ingcards 507 ca 1J envelopes 01 crts vvindovv class, 1 ca tctophono accessories ti cs knitting machines, 2 eli 7inc, 2 ca watchmakers toola 10 cs plato glass, 14 i

marble, Jcsshoewarc, 201 cks nails, JO cks (,uncva, 10O cs champagne, 1 cs show caids, 10 pkgs hardware, 5 pkgs sotl0oods, 10 pk^s wire work, B csbtationci}, 10 cs cigars, 2 cs leather '» pk_s cartU-nware 21J bra 5J2 billa iron, Opkg« 1 romAntvverp-_0 casaildlcrv, Bl cs cocoa 2t_a eonlectiuutrv, 0 cs rullw i} sunal machiucrv, 25 pkgs rope -5 bis gum, 1 cs "'rmilerv, ¡ grindstones, 154 pgs lead, 40 lix« sprits, 200 Ina lia nn.s BO empt} tanl s, IS .IIIIH fish, IS cs seivln,' imichines, 20 lils fibre r> cs telecraph material, _2 nxlo anns 0 ela who rope, ti pli^s coppor, o c1 s vv ire, 112 cs galvanised lro-i, 02 bills hoopiron, 1,782 single and 107 bdls plato iron, 112 lim 110 lulls iron J2brs(!t, btlla steel, 120 tue h-ous '21 jich and plvgs machinen, 24 pkgs bolts, oüo pi s hn-duarc _l. h Ila J70 singlo mid 10 cks tubea, lr7 bdls sheet Iron, {KO pi .s soft (roods, r0 pkgs stationtt}, Ac 212 pi lus drugs mid chemicals, tf pk"s tuinituro, 5 pkirs earthenware, S tks S pkgs olluii'ii s stores 27 pks hool s IB bis paper, I bis paiierhangiuirs IB pk},- faut} coods, Bl cs clunipa^iio, s_*2 pt gs oin, and paints, li pi ga

T} ro, from Qticensferi} -__. 000ft sawn timber, 200 bgs salt, 00 be.3 iH-aa, B tus firevvaod, and bun

dn «

Wendouree, from S}ducv -1 SOO tns coal, 3b7 bgs suuar, 1,2. 1 his eoir, 10 tim cake, 12 bgs cocoa 11 lils 1 apok, 4,100 bpokca 102 h^h uiaue, B his Hock, 207 hieles, 4 b"s cahskius, 1 bia rugs, U fclrdcib, 7 bgs linseed, -i bis lMg-,ui|,a

1UMS Ballarat ia

Included in tho manifests of tho Loch Long and Firth of Ulna arc HIL iollovviuj consignments -

210 cs ' wheel ' brim! stout 212 cs Bnun Boru whisk}, 21 qr cks Kcllv whisl v, 10 octvs Mc 4. Co vv hislî}, HO qr el 1YI1I.U whiski and i um -(J ¡) Hld , agent, 25 I limiers -tree» cast

Included lu the manifest of the hcplcr is ilia follow ing consignment -

20 qrcks Bouvlllc I-icicsbrand} -LAimixtr AMI ADAM, Ü1 William struct

Included in tho tuaiilrcsts of the Kepler and Ainaltl fire tho following consignments -

iocs terra ootta vases mid fotiutaius, 1 cs optical goods, 4 cs boot s and sanities, 2. J slits lrai^erwell hleoh iron, 12 boiler plates 42pcsTlron lies mould ings, 00 es Mtt"cii bitten 4 cs Bullera mortice iuinl turc - PAHIKII, Scon, IMI Co , 11 Queen sticet

L VI ORTS.- MM 21)

Konoovvarra, for S} dnuj -0 ta giilatlriL plate», PS crta vegetables, 2BS bgs Hour lill bgs onions, loo bga liomtoes, b-S hi.» chnU, bS pen ttouo, 4 ea I.IH iipparatus 3 pkgs paint 20 pkgs tea, 12 pk(,s boow, 1 es pianos, M pfgii butter, larri, it 11 pi ga draper}. Le 02 pkgsaiid pcaironwaie mid hardware, 6 pkgs paper, Li., B pLfs dru|,s, B2 pk(,a merci ian

Vlototian, for Adelaide -2j ca galvanised lion (1 horses, 2 pkgs electric iipparatus, al empty casi s l8 his flock. Oca Koumiss lo pkg» chuiLso spirits lo alls heans, 1J pkgs Bceds und plants, OOO p'i(.a fau0ar, 4 pkgs statlonerv, 7 pkgi tobneto, L< , 02 pkgs ten to pkgs whisky, 61 pkgs niere-iidise -01b"s barlev 21J ska mult W) b¡,s o itiiital Oplega brand}, 50pk.b ale, 0 pkga drugs, i-c 8 pi ¿» dvajier}, Ao , -0 pi g» fruit, l8 pkgs groceries A-c 11 pkgs uiei-ilwnro, 30 Ila hops 4 pkgS leather .Ve-, ü |il.L» ]irlntmg mato

nala

Jlanglna, for Launcojton -5 pltL» aceds SOU bgs BUi,ar, 4 pkgs Stationen, li cs bricks, 30 «-oils wire, 4J es gnlwiiiltc-d iron, 3"1 pkga tea 2 pi gs wine J pkt-a whisk}, 02 pkga marchandise, So b_s rice J lils paper 1 piano, 124 pk(.smoUlwaic If pk£s gioecilea i~c

4 pi gs ftirnituie, 0 pl.es Ii ult, 20 pk|,s draper}, Ac , 800 bxH candles

Australia, from Circular lleod, at" -IO 1 pkfcs mer chnudise ..ti bia corusackk, 40 b"s nee, loos kerosene _J nli^s groceries, Ac (U pkga nictulvvarc 10 pk,s fruit J pk"a lui intim, 4 pkgs a_ucult.iral imple menta _

pour oí' c.n.i_o\o

AlthlVLD- MAV JO

Colnc, s B , 053 tons J. A Robería from Newcastle Huddart Parker, and Co , u(,ciits

IMPOilT<

Colac, from Newcastle -1 soo tons coal Bl cedar lois _

SllllMUSO 'J 1J-1-C.UA M -S

(I 10M Ouit Coitlt-SlO' DENIS )

PORT PHILLIP HI ADS

Arrived-May '.(I-Swan and fvro, ks, from Western Port, bir Wilfred Lawson, k , from Lakes, Beagle, soh .from Waratah Ba}

H__lod -May 20-jlan-ana, s s , for Launceston

LAi L OIW \"i

1 nu arti - Ma) 2(1-Noon Kumnoic 1- 1 pm M DUimld, »h

MILSONS PROMOS TOU\

Inward-Ma) 2d-t) or a m li tin us 11 a m

lohn and M«), k 110 pin Ocean Rover, bul ,

fruin New castle

Sailed - Ma) "0-2 a m Coquette, k , for toster

\V\RRNAMBOOL

Arrhod-Ma) .0-Dawn and Julia Pero), from Portland , Hcsketli, fiom Melbourne

SYDNLV

Arrived -Ma\ 2fi-Lorenzo, from Burranl s Inlet, Cabarfeldh from Kalpara 1 itiroy, from Hook h amp ton NcmcsU, from Melbourne excelsior, i rom li mu bohlt llav Mav 2Ü-Sns-»ux from Melbouruu

bailed - M ii) 21-Moreton, far M elbon mo May 20 -borato for london, Wakatipu for Wellington, 1 v ou moon, foi Melbourne, Cabo ra, Um wah, tor RiUbauo, O ti riga, for Noumea

NF\\c\sirr

Arrived -Mm 2>-Tannadice and Armtda, from Adelaide , Bonheur, dom Melbourne

ADHLAIDL.

Arnvol- Maj 20-Beltana from London

Sailed-ME) ¿wSalarlo for Marseilles , Listo Bolll, foi \\ csterti Austral! i, Jessie Darllnur, for Port

Pirie

BRISBANE

Arrived- Mn\ 20-Wonoonu from Bulli

..ailed-May 20-Ratooiuba, for S)dnc\ Cur rnjoiiLS for Rockhampton , Qulroiiiff, for I ort littttjai

the Dukoof Buchtnfiliaui from London for litis b^nc left Kuppel Bu) on Mondav. ula)it.

'Jhu \\aroouga, for London, left Cooktown on Mon

dav (ifte. noon

i hu \Wiaiupoa fiom Hontr Kon¿ for b)duo),)cft Cooktown on Monda)

MELKOUttNE ObSKIlVATOKY.

Lat. J7deg ?IDmin 5Jboa b , loh Oh SOmiu D4 8scc E v

'ilMr UAH -TlMl' OY Dnoi

At Williamstown

Observator) Mean Time Ma) 20 -lh

Cornspomllng- to

Ctoeuvvlch Moan Ximc 3Ia\ 25 -irh ¿0min 1 2soo

Poar OIHCF CLOCK

Mnj 20 -1 p m -i Ssec slow

MUUlt VY, MUJUIUMBIDGER, OVrNS,

1UHWON, NVMOI, AND GOULBURN

MAV 20

Balranald Barwon

Beechworth Benalla Bonrku

Ulowarrina Deniliquin

Gundagai

UM

llillbtOM Horsham

Mojil

Moulamein Mungindi N-mioi

Nat andero So) inonr Swan lilli Xilpi

Uunn

Wai«»

Waln.uu)ah. Wnlcctt

30 10. 20 40

Wind and

M eather.

Calm, obscurothcav>

ton

, fine

Calm, cloudy, fine Calm, cloud), Hue, S b h , fine

, lina

>, Hejit ; fino, dull 'ulm , uloud), Um

» moderate, dull,

line

Calm fine.

N .llp'ht, cloud) Calm, line

N h , moderato ,

cloud), Hue Calm , cloudy

Calm fine

Calm , cloud).

1 10

Calm , fine

's overcast

Calm cloud v. Calm , line Calm, line Calm , Hue

Calm, line, clear

_ ^ _ Calm, line cloud)

* Suuuncr level t Low \ S ti ad)

Note -No reports have been r<calved fiom Menin die, loonearlc, Wentworth, and Wilcannia

duv from Hamburg, Antwerp, und loudon Xlic Am al li hutt brought freight from all three j orte, and her contiljíumuntíi of continental cato, o aro consider able Captain Mclcliortsen reports leaving ltumlmr# on Mareil 10 and tolling at Antwerp and Lon don A departure was tal en from the latter port on the -id tilt, olid fchortly afterward« the Anmlll steamed into hca\) weather On the 5th lilt bud two following day«, »ho hud to contend with heav) talcs from N W to \\ S \Y, and n vtr) Illili ttea GioruiUr wau paa*cd on the 0th tilt and then co the Btcmucr had a fine weather pus^a^u until »rd vu I at Port Said on the 17th tilt Tim canal wascleiircd ou the Uti» ult, and after coaling at Aden on the 2)thult tho Amalli had a run of flue weather Hie equator was crossed in tho Indian Ocitau on the íínl hist, in Ion OTdcg £ and Ifcht trades und line weather continued until passing Cape Lcuwin, when heav) fraies, aud ven rou¡,h weather bet in On thy 20th inst in lat. JddL" S and Ion l^Gdec. I , thero was a lim ricane of wind from N to W *> W , und a \ ci v heavy thiiudcistorm ihe Amalfi n ich ed Ade 1 tutu on the 2Jrd iust,aiid at tu discharge of sntuc 400 tons of enr^o left for Melbuurnoon the nijit of tho same date The Amalfi entere t tim Heads ^ cstci

(hi) morning, and on arrh al in the hu), she bl o t vi it up of! tho railway pier, Poit Melbourne ila carpo will hu discharged overside into lighters and m a few days abo will proceed to fa)duo) with the balance of her f reicht

The ship Falkland Hill, which has arrived in port,     is a new iron clipper, and belongs to the same owner as the Prior Hill, which was here about the end of last year. The Falkland Hill is a Clyde-Built vessel and     was launched from the well-known yard of   Russell and Co, Port Glasgow. Her dimen-   sions are as follows: :- length 245ft ; beam 87ft 6in. l and depth of hold, 21ft 6 in. This gives her a register of 1,400 tons, or 1,460 tons builder's measurement, and 1,346 tons under the deck.                 and OSS tons munmiroment c,oort* or 2 TufI tom in all

Xho »hip In owned b) Mr 1 R J>lol »on, of Glasgow, and is ciiteretl uu tbu hlchest class te Llovdä. Captain Hall, who has comumud of tlio hulklaitd Hill, reports Iculm; Mvuipool on 1 ebruar) û, but a heav v ^ate hav inj; »et in from b W thu friendlv shiltcr of HoI)heid waa eoucbtnovtday and thu ship hail au Involuntary detention tin rd until 1 ebiuar) 1J Ihe Channel was cleared on the follow hu mi), uu I moderate to light winds from N r to N W were fallen In with to Madeira, whero tho N 1 Irados were fou» I Hie winds were ll"ht and failed altogether in lia Ide/ ¿('min N Hie ship was on the equator on March 1J in Ion 2,dc>r 2(mhi vV and piel ed up the te» L. trades in lit Ulo¡í S Alter palting with thom in Int. lüde/ fini h thcie way a MJMII or moderate variables to the prime mun linn w bien was cr or acd on April 0 in ht Side}, Jbmiu S Ibu meridian of the Capo of Good Hopo \\un crowed n April 15 hi fit. fodcif r»Juiiii S, and tho ewljuf, waa mude between the parallels of 4tde*)r und 45de-j Moderate variable winds with oteaionul calms prevailed until crohsln,' tho meridian of Illdty 1 , where tho weather ultcied foi tin uordc and heav) j, al es from N L to b W , attended withhUhieas had it ail their own vvav until c^pu Otur, was pusbeil di Ma> 21 The Hcadb wtie entered on thu,following day

lui' Iron clipper ship Stratton Audio) which h s not been here lor some time is from Mauritius on this trip, BUL,at laden She »died from I ort I ouïs ou lb

l¿Ui ult., and had licjitttadcs to lat VULL S md Ion» fttueir 1 Inentc the i assa¡,L was markeJ 1 v íiJit winds from N W to S U and frequent ealms to Ion 7ri(le-r. K. iheio WHS BIMO a heav \ roll from SW in thiä hUit wtnther I aster 1) win U then headed the ship for several da)a and vrr> ( oui |iroc.rcM w is made Ihe castine, was run doun between lat o9din and 41dc" and uu crossin. tin lou.itude of the 11 nu in the w u I mr r it-ed to a nat I

jralc from N I j,oiiu »omi I uuith al mt 11 \\ ul then biding to N L lheie was a low 1 aroiuetor durwi/the "ale st i ont, «.alei from N t J \\ pre val ed aftiruuide until interim,' I ort Phillip lleuts on the 2 th hM Si ver d tails were t^bt aid bio vu away durin" the c. ile* !

lim«'' Wendouree cleared S)dnc) Heads at live minutes j ist ila.ii) on the 'Ith hist, an i entered I ort I hilltp Heads at a quarter to 10 a m vcbttrdav

Motluratc b W and wcsteil) wmd^ueie met with to thu I roinontorv and fresh S N W v inda thmee to

it rival Hie Wend titree on thiä cee ision li i-. cuni pletid the lound trip in bix da\s hi\ houis

>i'sinu*> aiteinodi ¿a the steamer Wiilhun with t»o liuhtors in tow was ciossinjr the baj the ht amer \Undoiiiec caine into colhaion with one of the 1 L,hiern iiumeu the Annie bhc was dimi^wl by the mchor of tho \vcndouroe

Tur ship Ixieh Lull,, from Olas^ovv, was berthed at the icw rallwa) pier, Wiliiamstoun, )cátenla), to

»libchar.-c cir(,o

Hil steamers Australia for Tasmanian ports Man ¡.nu for Launceston Viotoilan for Auelaulc, and hunoowarra for b)dm-j left the bay )csterdivy Ihe Mai ..ana went a'onnbi ie tho t> s Aiistul at Williams town to take on board a number of awtbtcd limul grunts (rom landon forlawnanli t

Tue s H Co ac whlcn arrlvetl lu Corio Paj at 1 U.II1 >u3tciduv luft Noweutlu at 10 minu'.es to U

inn on OIL .Lint hiht pissul Jeivis lta\ at 20 minutes to lu a m on tlio - (ni ami Culm Inland at Í am on iljo _Ut)j i ournie 1 Wilsons Promontort nt live minute, tu (I a in uu tho 2 til ami entered thu llcuds nt. 7 pin thu s une di) Captan Uoliuti ripurtti bavin,, c\peiiciucd moderate and light wester.) win li to Jon in Ita) thcnco to Giuo 11 tri it \arIahio wind, an 1 Uno mather, and from Gabo to unhul strong heal win IN and se-v

1m four-innj,tod vessel seen ¡icini dpi. Otunj yes tcrda) is believed to bo tho Omeo

% Tan lUr&S AUSTKAÍ*

Tho It, M is b Au bli ii of thu Orlutit Uno, arrived in tlio biij from London, uti ml f past 10 o clock j cstcrda) forenoon lhere was a stlfT northorl) brec/oattho timo, and without walting in the ha) to tranship mails Captain Cb nil ton elected to take tho Au st nil to lier berth at tho raliway pier at oma lho maíláumu then traiibfunul to tim uleauicr Itoval Oak ami ton ve) ed MCIOSS the l»av to 1 ort Melbourne The Austral on this \o>a+rt_ lias improve ton all her previous peí formalities. Hy lier prcsunt achievement Him has established nu indisputable eluim to ha\lii[f made tile uulckcst piyhac from Plvmnuth to Port Ariclairio which has )ot been recorded Tho run to Adelatdu wa;, completed in 1) daw inclusivo of detentions, and to Melbourne in .17 dm s I hu actual steaming timo to this port wat J > days 4 hours Un tho long1 stretch of sto unlng Irom Aden to Ade laido the Austral settled down lo steady woil

iheie wüte no sunäational runs, and tho best da) A rceord was 1>7 miles lhu dis tances tnu trsud da\ bj ria) w oft without any groat \ai tatton in tho number of milos log.od and it MUS this unifoim even running willoh materially nt-sistcd in mai ing tho pass ige Moro brilliant work was accomplished lu the Auutral tu lier Atlantlo \0)agin,r, but on this trip abo uuuo along at ordlnarv speed an 1 wltljotituuiuo pi essuie lim avora^o rute of speed maintained on this vovago was 14 1 knot« Steamships of the Orient lino hate in moto than olio iii-tuuce lauded thoii mails at Adulatito within tlio calendar mouth It has been i curved for tho Austral hovvovor, tu haie de nioitbtiatcd tho fcasjltllilv of tholr being dolttend in '20 da) s or .e»s D10 pat>¡_cui,oi accommodation of tbo AuöLral In all classes has buen auiin well ÍIIUHI up Her list at )ca\ Ing showed some !>() In tho saloon 170 in the second saloon, and about ibu in tho third eablii and steerage binerai of the Kaloon passongors were for Naples lho numbers foi Melbourne Lomprtsod 22 saloon 1U hccond m loon and 141 in tho other classes l*or Si drie\ tticro *»ro ¿Indoon 104 second saloon, and 201 third eubiu and steerage. During tho \o)a_ro Ccorgo liooth, a sceond kaloon in.« songer for S)ducv died ft oin cousutii] Lion Among thu ptiicugcrs nre 10 Government assisted immigrant« foi luMiianto Sergeant major Oreen, of the Australian Contingent, is a pujscnger from Aden forS)dnc\ b\ the \nair ii The hoilth rate on thupas sa^o oit was satis hoto r) Time on board in so far as amusements were concerned w crover) pleasant and a spealat concert L,i\ou hy Mr Hum Hie!, ard H and Ids compaii) in aid of tho Seamen s Hospital fund vu. a (,icat nueces^ Iheru have been a few chances among tho officers slnao tho tot mer visit of tho Austral Mr -Northcote late chief olHcer, has re ti led from the scrvico, and Ins position has been taken hy Mi O P Marshall Mr Cla) ton Leslie is Hucomi Mr T II Hathorn, from Ute Aberfeldie Is third and Mr A. C. Cornish, from tho Curco is fourth Dr P \V Ha,,shaw Is medical olllceron this vo\a^e Mr I C Mbbons continues to fulfil tho duties of pulhor, and his (fforts to pio moto tho general comfort on board vero cordially appreciated Mr Cunningham, tho chief steward was also complimented bv the passengers for his attoiition to their requirements. Tho Aus tral loft London on the 17th ult., and PI) mouth at noon on tho lath A fluo run was mado to Nantes, where shu arrived at a uunrtcr ) ast 1 p 111 on the 54th ult., and whouco she salted again at 20 minutes 1 afat 8 p m samo date Port Said was reit li ed at Iivu minutes to 2 p m , on tlio Jjitli and the Canal was cntoiod on tliu .Olb ult Sue» was 1 cached at 20 minutes past 11 a 111 uo\tda),and aftir receiving the overland malin the vo)flc.e wa-* resumed at 20 minutes to Um ou tlio 1st inst Jticpos-agoof the lied faca was effected without au experloncu of rib troseing heat, and tho steamer anchoied at Aden nt

25 minutes to G a m on tlio 5th li ml, Mio left same dato at 20 inimités to 2 pm, after coaling, and had flue weather In tho Indian Ocean Thu winds in tho h L. trades vere moderato but there was a livel) sea with them After stciuuhi-r out of thotndes a ftlir gale from N W, vu.1I11.rto *- \\

mopped up off Capo Louwin, and was totlowcd b> line weather Thu AuKtr-il anoliored olí thu Sema pliore Port Adelaide at 2B minutes past 1 rum on the 21th hist, and after luidtug mails, passcn^ors, and cargo for South australia sho left for -Melbourne at a quarter past 2 p m same dato I ort Phillip Heads were entered ¿chtcrda) moinlng at V ocloak lite mails 331 1»^ I» all, were i.otieail) foi dellvervovet bide li) Mv M Do)le, mailmistei, and thl bvdney and Viicciiblaiiil portions were de s pi te bul li) the aftei noon train Pilot Cairns took thohut.0 .essel alou^sldo tho plu comfortabl), und as soon ai öho was burl bud there was a rush on I oaid of friends of passenners A spuetal train was in readiness to come) pi sengcrs and their hurga"e to town ^o time will bo lost hi putting out eui^o, and au effort w ill bo made to get ttie steamer awa> to Svduc) this evening or tomorrow morning Thl. llanto lus been necessitated in conso quenco of tho compaii) s steamship Lusitania tiavtng been tal un up for au armed cruUei The Austral was cleared In tho ha) In Mr T Ii Hammond, tunlor hnmitrrntion olllcor and au inspection was made of the passen},! r accommodation in tho stei rvo portion

of tim .esse) J bree shira bl ed entires for Mr T Bool less were brought out in the Austral

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