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^SHIPPINÇ. INTELLIGENCE..

HOBBON'S BAY,

.«.Tina TABia Tins DAT.-Low wotor, 12.16 mid- night; High wotor, 7 a.m. ; low water, 12.30 p.m. ; .high water, 0 80 p.m.

-.February 8.-0 o^n. : Wind S., strong gale, with heavy squalls ond min.-5.80 p.m. : Wind S. by E.; suonggalo, willi heavy squalls and rain.

' * AEKIVBD. _ 1 February 3.-London, A. S. N.s.s., 600 tons, W. Cottier, from Sydney 81st ult. Passongorg-cabin : 'Mrs. Rogers and family, Miss Leider, Mossrs. A. Aigalo, Sohorrman, Francis, Olttondon, Floronco, Leslie Howard. Fay, Furnlval. Youngman, Burbank, Carson, Boloy, Aston, E. S. Hill ; and 83 in the steerage. W. P. Whito and Co., agonts,

.February 8.-Shooting Star, Black Ball ship, 1,302 tons, Wm. Alcock, from Liverpool 7th Novombor. rassengers-oabin : Mrs. Doylo and family, Miss Lane, Rev. Mr. Taggot, Rev, Mr. Gootho, MoBsrs. Powor, »ndShopway;and818in thostoorago. Mackay, Baines,

and Co., agents.

- February S.-Reindeer, sohoonor, 104 tons, W. Baker, Lorn Hobart Town 27th ult, No possongors. Captain

Bakor, agent.

y February 8.-Reliance, brig, 110 tons, J. Caldor, f.om Hobart Town 20th ult. No passengers. Captain 'Calder, ngont.

. UNTERE» OUTWABM.

February 3.-Seí»'m,8ohooner, 111 tons, P. M'Taviah.

for Newcastle, N.S.W.

February S.-ilonteiuma, barquo, ISO tons, A. >I«Intyro, forRlvor Morsoy, V.Û.L.

Fobruary 8.-North America, Amorioan Bhip, 1,401 tons, J. Collin, for Callao.

, February 8.-Emily Allison, schooner, 100 tons, J. Collins, for Auckland, N.Z.

' CLliAttBD oui.

February 8.-Almora, ship, 1,107 tons, Henry WIl ' Hams, for Callao, in ballast. Smith, Merry, and O).,

agents.

' February 3.-Alma, schooner, 102 tons, W. Dow, ior Newcastle, N.S.W., lu ballast. J. F. Dow and Co.,

agents.

, Tobruary S.-City qf Hobart, B.B., 303 tons, G. V. Bentley, for Hobart Town. Gilles, Nicholson, and

Co., agents.

February 3.-Harriot Ilope, brig, 260 tons, William Spain, for Nowcastlo, N.S.W. J. Snowball, agont

February 3.-North Star, brig, 122 tons, R. Dall,' for Hobart Town. Pigott Brothora and Co., agents.

February 3.-Zone, schooner, 00 tons, C. C. Baor, for Sydney. Captain, agont.

February 8.-Guy Mannering, ship, 1,418 tona, S. H. Dollard, for London. H. T. Wilson and Co,

agents.

raOJBOTBD DBPAMDRBS.

FOR. ENOLAND AND TUB EAST.-Simla, B.MS,,

16th Fobruary.

Foa LONDON.-Quy Mannering, this day ; Rox "burgh Castle, 7th February ; Sydenham, this day ; ^William and Jane, 10th Fobruary; francis Benty, 14th February ; Medway, 16th February; fiurijftsure, 24th Fobruary ; Indemnity, 26th February ¡ Maidstone, 8th March.

FOR LIVKBTOOI,.-intrfnciWe, 10th Fobruary ; fled Jacket, 1st March ; Royal Charter, 1st April.

FOR BEISTOI,.-Morning Star, this day. Foa SYDNEY.-London, this day,

TOR AMiiAitB.-Burra Burra, 6th February.

FOB. LAUNCESTON.-Royal Slienherd, Oth February.

i FOB CAMIAO.-Screamer, this day ; Almora, Ard' millan. King o/ Algeria, early.

. FOR MANMA.-Janet Mitcliell, oarly.

FOR HONO liosa.-Hebe, 10th February. FOR SHANGHAI.-Bordelaise, early.

FOR MAURITIUS. - Adelaide, Baltasara, oarly. J?OR AHYAH.-George Marshall, Oharra, early. TOR MADRAS.-Queen of Sheba, early.

TOR SINOATOBK.-Margaret Smith, Magi, early. FOR RANGOON.-Pauline, early.

FOR BATAVIA.-Barnave, Java Kocrier, early.

IMPORTS.

February8.-Child of títe Regiment, from London: 20 hhds. spirits, Dickson and Williams; 900 caseî [ genova, M'f horson, Francis, and Co. ; 500 cases gin,

1,000 cases spirits, 100 hhds, ale, 501 boxes candles, 15 caaos glass, 720 deals, Ralolgb, Daugliah.Whlte, and Co.; 1,000 cases brandy, 50 casks rum, 1,000 casos geneva, 500 . cases beor, 600 boxes candios, 50 cases sardines, 850

drums oil and turpentine, 648 sacks oats, 0,782 flooring hoards, l8 pookots hops, Joshua Brothers ; 25 hhds. brandy, Downing, Griffith, and Co. ; 10 nunoheons spirits, 62 hhds. 40 quarter-casks blandy, 1 case cigars, Bligh and Harbottle; 82 casks 83 cases spirits, 6 hli'ls 3 casks brandy, Graham, Sands, and Co. ; 1,000 casos ¡»oneva, R. and P. Turnbull ; 45 hhds. braudy, Gn . Sam, Lamb, and Co. ; 200 casos spirits, 21 crates,

So Pass Brothers and Co. ; 4 hhds. spirits, E- B. Cargiil and Co. ; 200 casos spirits, Henriques Brother and Co, ; 5 hhds. spirits, 200 packages, Bright Brothers and Co. ; 160 coses spirits, 2 cases perfumery, A.' ? Droutlor and Co. ; 20 casks rum, 10 hints. 10 quartor

caslts brandy, 20 packtgos, E. Westby and Co. ; 20 hhds. brandy, 25 hhds. rum. White Brothers and Co. !

". 4 casca, W. Millmoro, 1 lina, hardware, 48 packages, . . li. W. Steward; l""oaso, W. Humo ; 800 oasoi, Mol

, chior'and Co.; 7 pnekagos, 2 bales, 1 bov, lease, . - Kerchnor, Sharp, and Co. ; 160 casks alo, 100 oiski

porter, R. Goldsbrough; 83 packages, R. Harris ; 1 case, W. Williams ; 4 packages manglos, M'Ewau and I Co. ; 10 cases, 7 casks, D. and P. Falk ; 7 cases, H.

Houghton ; 60 casks bottled beor, 20 cases, D. Lyons ; - 5 bales, W. M. Boll and Co. ; 200 casks, 105 cases, ' Ii. Joseph ; 6 cases, Lowis and Bowen ; G casks shot,

?Maunder Brothers; 10 cases, H. Box; 1 cass, O. Barwick ; 16 pockets, 28 casos, 5 packages, 500 cases bottled beer, Dalgety, Crulkslmnk, and Co.; 120 cases,, 23 carboys acids, 3 bale, 88 packages piping, 15 coll ?,' ropo, 081 packages, Martin, ForroBt, and Co. ; 120 " cases wine, Pawson and Co. ; 7 cases. Sargood, King,

ond Co. ; 60 kegs nails, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 130 rasks bottlod beor, R. Bowden ; 12 trunks, J. Boll ; 13 trunks boots, Rolls and Sons ; 100 casks, 15 bundles, "Wilson, Buchanan, and Co.; 100 packages, Lovicks ?and Pipor; 039 rails, 3,834 chairs, 20 casks, Railway Trasteos; 14 crates, Cox, Routlcdgo, and Co.; 2 oases, Auston and Co. ; 8 cases corks, 40 half-barrols, 203 ?quartor-barrols gunpowdor, H. and J. Vincent; 2 cases, Lyall, M'KonzIe, and Co.; 1 case, F. Wilkinson ; 4 vheol«, O. Androwa; 5 casos, J. Brown and Co.; 1 cace, Fulton and Son ; 10 cases. Law, Dodd, and Co. ; 8 cases, H. Slaney ; 8 cases books, M. Clarke; 1 caso, Xt.iKaul; 4 oases, A. Oldfield ; 3 packages. G. Beekx -and Co. ; 1 caso, L. Rostron ; 60 drums oil, josephs, ' " Langdon, and Co. ; 2 cases, Lory and Co. ; 1 case, G, . Vf. Cole ; 55 casks, 700 cases spirits, 65 hhds., 122

casks, 50 cases brandy, 172 casks ruin, 10 cask«, 50 r, oases, gin, l8 cases, 4 casks wlno, 80 hh'ds. stout, 220

casltB bottled beer, SOO boxos candles, 8 cases cigars, 12 cases icongrovoB, 6 caska paste, 5 bags brooms, 81 - bales paper, 79 cases galvanised Iron, 40 casks zinc, 52

rolls lead, 120 kegs nails, 1,656 deals, l8 bales, 635 . cases, 1,078 packages, Order.

Fobruary 8.-Christopher Hall, from Boston: 2 cases carriages, 12 running parts, 91 bundlOB saslios, 15 French windows, 20 mowing and reaping machinas, ?' 20 do. polo?, 20 do, dividers, 20 bundles roaplng - boards, 22 casos, 423 planks, 314 kegs nails, 1,199

doors, 78 sash-doors, Wilkinson Brothors and Co,; 3 . hales drill, 10 balos cotton duck. Gibbs, Ronald, and

Co. ; 7 bales rubber goods, 1,891 doors, 00 buudles sashes, 149 bundles laths, 2 nests boats, 305 oars, 100 nosts tubs, Nowell, Hooper, and Stevens ; 559 boxes, ' Cullender, Caldwell, and Co. ; 215 cases chairs, 2 cases

shovols, 10 coses picks, 27 cases tobacco, 3 bales rubber goods, 28 kegs, 2 cases, 126 boxos, M'l'hor.) jn, Francis, and Co. ; 1 caso, J. F. Dow and Co. ; . 1 box, 1 wheel, 1 platform, 1 divider, 1 bundlo, W.

Marah ; 700 doors, Ë. Westby and Co. ; 41 boxos fur- niture, 24 boxes lords, 16 bales, 1,440 bundles laths, . 226 boxos, Harman Flint; 100 cases boots, 28 cases

shoes, 60 cases rubber goods, J. F. Maguire and Co. ; 128 boxos, 7 cases, 4 bundles, 6 packages, 1 carriage, Fisher, Rlcards, and Co ; 3 cases twine, 4 balos duck, 4 bales drill, 57 cases, 2 casks, 50 packages, 40 nests tubs, 60 dozen pails, Dalgoty, Cruikshank, and Co. ; 20 cases, Order; 1 box, Surveyor of Excise; 1,071 doors, 48 bundles windows, 60 boxos marblo an 1 granite, 3 boxes grates, 8 barrels brick, 2 bundles mer- chandise, 3,000 piceos boards, 548 pieces oak punk, 220 pieces ash plank, Osborn, dishing, and Co.

Fobruary 8.-Charlot A. Fannell, from London : 0 eases, lblnn, 6 case<|aclds, 70 barrels, Virgoo and Co. ; 1 casks, 48 casos, 3 balos, 46 packagos, 20 tierces, E. , and H. Isaacs ; 05.(cask>, 6 quarter-casks, 771 cases, "100 be.es, Dalgety and Co.; 670 COBOS, 1 balo, 12

trunks, 218 packagos. 1 horse, Flower and Co. ; 250 -caBks, 1 box, 10 machines, Holmes and Co. ¡24 bales, 3

cases, 100 boxes, 100 packagos, M'Pherson and Co.; 952 casks, 111 cases, 22 bates, 8 hhd«., 875 packages, Order ; 26 hhds., 6 quarter-casks, D hhds., 6 quarter ' casks, M. S. Solomons ; 0 oases, J. Wilkie ; 1 case, R. - M. O'Grady ; 1 box, 1 COBO, J. Eve ; 1 box, 8 balos, ; Montefiore, Graham, and Co.; 17 packagos, 100 pack-

ages, 8 packages, 200 cases, J. Robinson aud Co. ; 1 - case, 1 case, 2 cases, J. Kronheircer ; 7 casks, R A. " Davis ; 8 cases, D. and P. Falk ; 7 cases, W. and J.

Gripe ; 45 packages, 100 casks, A. G. Hodgson ; 100 caskB, 25 casks, Langdon and Co. ; 200 hhds., 30 boxes, Graham and Co.;40cases, 2 casks, R, Balfour ; 1 oaao, A. Wolfen ; 1 case, 780 pipes, G. Magnus ; 14 packages, H. Box ; 100 cases, Robertson aud Co ; 1,503 pieces, WllBhin and Co.; 200 packagos, Brown and Co.; 1 case, Walsh and Co.; 2 cases,' 2 'cases, 1 case,0 120 hhds., 60 quartcr-boxos, Isaac ' Brothors; 260 quartor-barrols, W. Powell ;140 quartor barrols, 4 casks, 70 half-barrols, R. Hodgson ; <t00 quarter-barrels, Bishop and Keep ; 14 casks, 257 cases, Board and Co, ; 21 packages. Callender and Co. ; 7 cases, II. Hart; 104packages, 105buudles, Chapman and Co. ; 61-casks, Hull Brothors ; 1 pack- age, Tondeur, Lempriero, and Co. ; 20 carboys, Martin, Forrest, and Co. ; 51 packages, Watson and Sons ; 120 packages, 20 hogsheads, R. and P. Turnbull; 80 pack- ages, Lano and wilks ; 75 casks, Farrar and Co. ; S hones, 1 case, 8 horse-boxes, 1 cask, J. Purves ; 3 drumB, W. G. Thompson ; 1 horse, J, G. Clapham ; 260 catos, 7 hhds., 976cases, 54qr.-caska,2 casos, Phil- lips and Co. ; 1,878 bara, 70 bundles, 20 hhds., 129 packages, 12 cases, 10 casos, 6 trunks, Wharton, Curd, aud Little; 1 case. A. Oldfield; 1 COB«, J. Lewis; 31 oases, Stevenson and Sons; 2 cases, W. G. Thompson; 45 casks, 81 hhds,, 126 cases, 260 casks, E. Westby and Co. ; 86 casos, Miller Brothers ; IO cases, Symons and Corry ; 8 bales, W. M. Boll and Co, ; 3 packagos. Wade and Co. ; 9,852 chairs, Railway Trustoes ; 1 caso, Ri T. Jones ; 760 packages, 120 cases, Smith and Co. ; 2 cases, Fulton and Go,} 500 casos beor, 181 ohosts B>go, 40 casks zino, 62 bundle, raisins, 126 casos sar dlnos, 17 cases galvanised iron, 25 Cftsos salmon, 10 casks glass, 200 cases Iobstors,8 balea twine, ti.ôjS .'ÍO?r. Jng-board», 88 pockets hops, 40 kegs saltpetre. 71 case« tugar, 20 caaes oil, 800 cases fruit, 800 cases Jams, 150 cues oilmen's stores, 225 cases mustard, 200 cases starch, 60 cosos blue, 10 coses matches, 15 tanks, 1 "box, Joshua Bros.

February 3.-Shooting Star, from Liverpool : 901 liar* hon, 120 bundles Iron, Wharton ; 25 hogsheads ale, R. Goldsbrough ; 8 balos, Maunder Brothers ; 33 8latos iron, 840 bundles sheet iron, J, S. Mooro and

o. ; 100 firkins butter, M'Bean, Hayward, and Co. ; 5 casks spirits, Hull Brothers ; 1 case boots and shoos, Xutsel Disk; 6 trunks, Glmblett and Hsmbly; I parcel, A. F. Turner ; 1,101 bars iron, 86 bundles iron, F. R. .Wallon and Sons; 1 box, Thomas Burrowa; 400half-boxoa Îreserves, Holmes, White, and Co. ; 61 boxes contoo

lons, J. Service and Co.; 621 rails. Victorian Kail ways ; 8 cases, Charles R. Thacker ; 1 box, Peter M'Ewau ¡ 311 flags, G. Chambers ; 2 coses boots and shoos, J. Browning ; S trunks boots and shoes, H. Pattison ; '3case«, Wallis Brothers; 5 cases, Isaac Brothers ; 1 aie, L. Lazarus ; I casoaaddlery, W. Edmonds ; 1 box »Winery, Willis, Merry, and Co. ; 25 case», W. Wat- son ana Sons ; 9 trunks boots and shoes, H. G. JDunkloy ; 28 trunks boots and shoes, W. Smith ; IS trunks boots and shoes, D. Lyons; 2 balee, Mal lach, 'Clark, and Meickie; 2 cases hardware, 25 casting«, 31 cases stove«, T. Jackson ; 1 case essence, Couu Brothers; 3 cases boots, John Coutlo; 2 box«, Thomas W. Beckwith; 61 caaes, 4 bale], Mailer, 11'KersIo, and Lore; 100 firUns butter, Monto fiore, Graham, and Co. ; 3 cues stationery, 4 caaes, O. Robertson ; 24 trunks boot« and shoes, B. Harris and Ob. ; 401 boxes, SO casks, Lewis and Towen : 3 cases, Cochrane and Bowen; astease*, 21 p¿M, _aog and Webster; 10 boxes bwts and show,

Gibson and Stewart; 17 boxes boots and shoos,

Ccorgoson and Sons ; 1 cask plated waro, 8 elsies* hardware, 0 casos fenders, O oasks safety fuzo, J. il'Ewan and Co. ; 7 casks hardware, 2 eases hard waro;. 1 puncheon hardware, 6 orates fondera, 1 box, if. Har- ley and Co. : 2 casoa fenders, 2 casks hardwaro, Alox-» ander Harold ; 2 bundles iron wiro, 80 boxes tin 'plate, 27 hundios shoot Iron, 20 ingots bloat tin. William Robinson ; 2 cases books, B. P. ima W. Fletcher; 7 casos furnituro, S. Solomon; 543 packages, 1 porcol patton», Hyam and Co.

~8 COBOS playing-cards, E. and H. Isaacs ; 4 cosesplaylng

cardB, J. D. Solomons; 3 cases woollens, Gill and Ihorpe; 8 casks hardware, Thomas Craig; 1 pack- ages furnituro, H. Patterson ; 10 casks oheese, S. licntsch ; 8 bales ootton canvas, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ; 11 tiorcoB hara8, R. and P. Turnbull ; 10 boxos, 7 rates. Borons, Rosenthal, and Co. ; 21 trunks, 8 boxes, Enoch Taylor J 80 kegs nolls, F. Fulton ; 2 casks, 20 iihds., H. M. Murphy; 1 cask Iron wheel, Thomas Gooch ; 0 casks hams, Hull Brothors ; 1 caso slatlonory, Oriental Bank ; 8 cases stationery, Blundell and Co. ; 1 cask outlery, Burstall Brothors ; 1 case drapery, T. Lightfoot ; 4 trunks boots and fhocR, 87 tons coal, 4 crates earthonworo, Mackay, Baines, and Co. ; 1 case, R, T. Patterson ; 2 boxes, J. M'Bain and Co. ; 3 ti units, A. Georgoson mid Bon ; 2 cosos, F. Barker ; 4 caBOB, Gill and Thorpe ; 1 chest books, Isabel Plunkot; 1 cask, A. Wolr; 4 trunks boots and shoos, John Evans ; 1 case, If. Matthow ; 8 casos, Sirgood, King,and Co.; 1 box, J. i.ethby ; 1 case, J. Burdell and Co. ; 1 piece of ma- chinery, 1 portable forgo and anvil, W.O. Brown; 1 box cheese, ThoraoB Brown; 1 casebooks, Isaac Hart ; 40 cases, Gibbs, Ronald, and Co. ¡1 caso needles, R. Hodg M n ; io casks, 1 ciso, Mitchell and Bonneau ; 8 case],

Foldheim Brothers ; 11 cases, D. and P. Folk ; 100 drums Iii seed oil, J. Martin ; 12 cases, 10 casks, 8 kogs, O. L Stevens and Co. ; 32 cases, Ray, Glalstor, and Co. ; 74 casos, 17 balea, Samuel Finlay and Co. ; 6 tasks horse-shoos, 1 cask, 1 case ironmongery, IS. Duckett ; 2 casos. Parkin and Marshall ; 2 bales, 116 packages, L. Stevenson and Sons ;24 casos 1 packages, J. and J. Bonnett; 39 packages, W. Powell ; 11 casks hardwaro, O.P. Oorrlo;76 barrels bot- tled beor,!W. Aloookjl trunk, W. Pottorson and Co.; 1 box, Mr. S. Geo ; 3 casos, R. Hodgson ; 6 casos spirits nitre, 3 do. other, 0 illicit, hollowwaro, 1 cask oarthen unro, 200 firkins buttor, 68 packages merchandise,

Order.

Fobruary 8.-Jtsfnrfew, from Hobart Town : 00,000 fe et timber, Order.

Fobruary 8.-HWiancc, from Hobart Town : 62,000 feet timber, Order.

Fobruary 8.-London, steamer, from Sydnoy: 1 taso drapery, 80chests tea, 240 bags grain, 40 casks iruit, 200 cosoB do., 8 hhds. wino, 7 quortor-casks do., 6 cases do., 1,821 bogs sugar, 64 cases oilmen's stores,

78 piecos maehinery, 24 cases ploklos, 20 caska butter, 14 paokages, Ordor. < '

KXPOBT0.

Fobruary 8.-North Star, for Hobart Sown : SOO, casoB salmon, 4 casos matches, 180 balos oakum, 010 nogs flour, 4 casos Ironmongery, 1 caso buckota, 80 barróla rice, 46 firkins buttor, 0casks crockery, Ocasos,

4 barrels choose.

Fobruary 3.-Zone, for Sydnoy; 104 kogs nails, 400 doors, 60 bundles windows, 20 casks ink.

Fobruary 8.-City of Hobart, for Hobart Town : 7 tierces, 6 half-tlorces, & cases, 8 boxos tobacco, 80 1 ogs sugar, 1 box apparel, 1 wator-closot, 12 boll-taps, 0 trunks boots, 1 bale cotton, 1 coso combs, 4 patont mangles, 1 cask rico, 854 bags flour, 8 eases saddlery, 7 caaes hardwaro, 1 parcol, 2 ernies clothing, 1 case drapery, 1 case paper, 1 parcel, 600 slioop.

Fobruary 8.-Quy Mannering, for London ! 2,050 balos wool, 10 casks tallow, 6 casos horns and hoofs, 2 casks bones, 88 packages bark, 728 bags gum, 32 paokages loathor, 40 bags bair, 5 coskB old metal, 8 casks black Rand, 60 hhds. boor, 1 caso Instruments, 1 box, 10 casks copper, 1,867 bags load ore, 8,675 bigs

copper oro.

PORT PHILLIP HEADS.

Fobruary 8.-8.80 a.m. : Wind E., strong, hoovy rain ; weather thick and squally.-7 p.m. : Wind t.S.E.,strong; wcathor cloudy.

ARRIVED. ,

February 8.-Oscar I., Swedish ship, 784 tons, from Sodorhom, 110 days out.

February 8.-Emily Farnumll, ship, 1,207 tons, from London, 03 days out. 14 passengers. Joshua Brothors, agonts.

Fobruary Z.-Maid of the Mist, ship, 1,121 tons, from Groonock, 101 days out. 21 passengers. Graham, ianda, and Co,, agenta.

February 8.-Reliance, brig, from Hobart Town.

Fobruary 3.-Tayficld, schoonor, from Port Frodo

rick.

BAILED.

Fobruary 8.-White Swan, B" for Adelaide.

POBT OF SYDNEY.

ARRIVED,

January 27.-Tasmania, from Hobart Town ; Louis and Miriam, from Nolson.

January 28.-London, from Melbourno ; Favorite, ii on South Sea Islands.

January 29.-Mimosa, from Hobart Town.

SAH.SD.

January 27.- William Buchanan, for Now Olio donia ; Boomsrang, for Brisbano.

January 28.-Acacia, for Antwerp ; Callender, for

Melbourne.

PORT OF NEWCASTLE.

ARRIVED.

January it.-Lion, from Sydney.

January 27.-Tamar, Bonnie Dom, from Sydnoy.

SAILED.

January 20.-Dispatch, tor Launceston ; Elizabeth,

for Melbourne.

January 27. -Balcombe Castle, for Melbourne.

PORT OF LAUNCESTON.

ARRIVED.

January 29.-Caíctfonia, from London.

BAILED.

January 27.-Dobsons, for Port Albert.

PORT OF HOBART TOWN.

ARRIVED.

January 28 -Sapphire, from South Seas.

January 80.-Mountain ¡laid, from Sydnoy.

SAILED.

January SO.-Tyne, tor Melbourno ; Catherin}, for v haling.

VESSELS SPOKEN.

Tho following vessols woro spokon by tho Shooting St or:-November 11, Hippotita, from Liverpool to Rangoon, in lot. 47* 32' N., long. 12' West.

Novembor 28.-Lady Douglas, bound to Rangoon, lat. 10' N., long. 10° 47' W.

Decombor J.-Isabella Blyth, from London to Mau- ritius, lat. 0' N., long. 20° W.

TIME-BALL.-MELBOURNE AND WILLIAMS-

TOWN.

Lat. 87 dog. 62 m. 42 s. 8. Long. Oh. 89m. 4V8s. E.

Drops at ono o'clock, mean time ; or 16h. 20m. 18'2s., Grconwich timo.

Wednesday, Fobruary 8. u. it. s.

Timeofdrop. 10 Oj-0

TIME-SIGNAL.- LIGHTHOUSE, GKLLIBRAND'S

POINT.

Tho Light ia obstructed at 2 min. to 8, and reappoaxs

at 8 p.m. mean time.

Wednesday, January 3. n. M. 8. Time of roappoarance .. .. 8 0 OO'O

POST OFFICE NOTICE.-MAILS OUTWARD.- It is noti- fied at the General Post Ofiico that malls will bo uiado up for tho undermentioned places, closing as follows -.-Roxburgh Castle, for London, 0th Fobruary, 6 30 p.m.; Emily Allison, tor Auckland, this d»y, 6.80 p.m. ; Burra Burra, tot Adelaide, two boura after arrival of tho EngllBh mail ; London, for Syd- noy, this day, 12.80 p.m. ; Royal Shepherd, tor Launceston, Sth Fobruary, 0.80 a.m.

Tho Oscar I. and tho Emily Farnumll have anchored off Queenscliffe.

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