PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVED - December 16.
Suladim, s.s., 1,999 tons, H. Johnson master, from Singapore via N.W. ports. Passengers— Mesdames Vickers, Button, .Mirfln, Ross, Anderson, Brockman, Edgar
and two children, Misses Bluckett, V, Anderson, Anderson, Valentine, Captain F. L, Parkes, Messrs. C. K. Strott-Hall, Vickers Mirfln; W. Kruger, W. H. Hooper, P. Kllis, A. M'Phee, K. W. Anderson, J. Bedfleld, C. Ball.W. A. Cornish, Geo, Bowls, E, Wilkins, and 50 in the steerage. Dalgety and Co., Limited, agents. Colac, s.s. , Wm. Iuglis master, from Newcastle, Adelaide Steamship Co,, Limited, agents. Nemesis, s.s., tons, J. F. Morrison master from Geraldton, Dalgety and Co,, Limited, agents, SAILED— DECEMBER 16, Braemar, bq, 1,036 tons, Benjamin Hadfleld master, for London, Harrod Bros,, agents. Shaftesbury, s.s,, Miller master, for Newenstle. W; R. Cave and Co., agents. s.s. ROCKTON. In the A.U.S.N, Company's steamer Rockton, which was timed to leave Fre- mantle for eastern ports at 10 o'clock this morning, the following persons have secured berths:- E.Chappell, J.H.Farmer G. Andrew, J. Rowe, J. Carphell, W. H. Hardy, Mrs. and Miss C. Gibbett, F, Adams, C. J. Cox, P. O'Connor, J. Robertson, D. King, F, C. Dingle, T. Quirk, J. Quirk, M. Abbott, M. A. Fitzpatrick, T. J. Jordan, J. Colgan, J. Richards, E, Moyle, J. Thornton, G. Rossini, O. Garibaldi, P.Farari, J. Hayes, J. Roseti, K. Palfrey, A. Parish, C. Shirmer, M. Cristley, D. Ginnity, C. Covaceviteh, E. Wilkins, S. W. Alston, P. Dwyer, G. Strong, S.B. Willjams, D. Robertson, F. Magor, P. Hill, J. Andrew, W. Reardon, W. M'Carty, D. M'Roe, A. J. Detiesseux, J. Spargo, G. Wilcox, V, Gundish, J. H. Wilton, J, Varley,.T, W. Leathey, W. A. Williams, E. Bonham, T, Quiutoso, 8. Forward, A. Pascoe, H. Moore, K. Schulz, E. Kruger, T. Readman, H. Dunn, H. and E. Brooks, W. Seidel, H. Dohut, J. Codwell, J. John ston, J, Harders, J. Lee, G. Wilson, W, J. Nicholson, C. Barnard, J. Forni, H. Wicker, J. C. Murray, S. Datson, W. Palamountaiso, J. Burrows, J. Malone, J. Hambrey, C. Bodiner, M. Chalmers, R. Sharp, D. O'Leary, G. Smith, F. Smith, E. Fallins, P, Quilty, J. Quilty, J. Fisher, M. Courts, J, Freeman, T. Howell, 0. Free man, J. Bradley, T, Hodges, W, Arthur, D. Molan, R. Osborn, A. M'Kenfcie, A. lliltlrew, J. Wright, J, Chessworth, J. Thompson, W. fitanson, F. Kew, T. Wil HarcB, G, Liligurati, W. Dowers, R. Nesbitt, W. Lawrie, - S. ' Speucfi1, T, Simpson, E, Randell, A. JJroscher, O. Allers, J. ? Dunleavy, C. F. Curtis, A, Barry, A, Dinmcnd, W. Forrester, J. Ferguson, G, Cusbert, D. Dimes, K, D. Clarko, H, Smithson, A, G. Willers, C, H. Minson, Miss Simpson, Mrs. Batty.T.H.Elton.H.Tidwell.J, Morrow, R. Winnard, Mrs. Hest, A. Yolland, Miss Kennedy, G. T. O'Hara, R. Saunders, J. Ornisby, C. Growsott, O. French, M. Mill, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. A. Coulthard, H. Smith, J. Phillips, T. Harwood, Mrs. W. Watson, Mrs. Thomas, E, II, Barker, J. H, Richard son, Miss Snellgrove, F. Pascove, T. Sterane, L. T. Wnuh, E. Burns, W. J. Bryant, Miss N. Morrison, Miss N. M'Leod, B. Griffths, R. Dead, lirs, Butler, G. Perks, G. Hall, A. H. Warland, W. D. Murphy, R. Kings wood, E. Kingswood, H. Boyd, J, K. Palmer, Misess Vincent and Cumming, Miss James, E.Morley, Mrs, Moran, T. Mather, Miss Hilda Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. K. Williams, C, Cox, G. M. Steward, H. Binoche Eady,and J. Williams, Miss Payton J. Flannery, T. Gafghiiis, W. Scott, A. Mutton, Mrs Yehow, Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, J. Lawson, Mrs. Kirk, A. W. Symonds, E. W. Gray, Miss M'Kay. S. Aspinall, W. D. Angus, J. Tyler, W.Moore J. S. Pryor, W. M'Lenti, T. Hewin, F Minetti, J. M. Mitchell, .R, Bennett, H, Kyrdou, F, Mannerly, J, Edgar, H, Bennett, W, Thomas, H, Davis, T, Odgers, A, Neeves, J, Robertson, N, Gardiner, Mrs, and Miss Mimieti, G. Perry and friend, C, Gregory, Miss Taylor, J. A. Sinclair , H. Donaldson, P. Ellis, J. Brady, H. Calluna, T. Mitchell, E. Keenon, J. Whitworth, W. Copp, A. Leslie, J. Huddart, W. Goodwin, J. Haldave, T. Nente, T. Stuckey, J. H. Stuckey, G. Perry, F Fisher N, S. f-tuckey, T. Yelland, J, Simmon*-, H. Manuel, F, Goniby, J, Lomasney, T, Keegan, O. E, Smith, H. Mutton, C, Prideaux, J, Moore, A. Peschel, S, Brodie, F. Holland, F. Dolan, J. Riley, W. Henderson, H. Danielson, J. Hartrick, Allbeckes, W. F. Sawyer, J. Ryan, J. Sutherland, J. Meary, J. Kenyon, J, Moorfoot, G. Peasdale, J. Knowles, W. Heron, R. Shaw, C. W. M'Corkhill, J. Pmith, D. Maroney, J, Canty, A, Courie J, Chapman, A, Yule, MARITIME MISCELLANY, The barque Braemar, which arrived at Fremantle from Glasgow on April 30, and has thus beon in port seven and a half months, was despatched for London yester day afternoon under the command of Captain Benjamin Hadfleld,. The Saladin is again at Fromantle, having returned yesterday from Singapore via north-west ports, Very early yesterday morning the steamer Adelaide, from eastern ports, returned to Fremantle. Immediately : after her arrival she berthed at the main jetty. The Colac from Newcastle and Sydney, with a consignment of live stock, arrived in Gage Roads yesterday morning, At a later hour she berthed at Robb's jetty, where her stock was landed. The Shaftesbury left the Port yesterday for Newcastle, The barque Decapolis has closed at the Custom-house, Fremantle, for London. It is likely that she will commence her long voyage today.