PORT OF HOBART TOW
January 1 — Emma brig, 139 tons, T. T. Brown, from Sydney December 24th, with sundries. Pas-
sengers — Mr and Mrs Waddell and child, in the cabin ; and Isaac Good, John Bryan, John Cuth- bert, A Dight and child, John Phillips, W Croft, Robert Wilson, Thomas Roland, W Cook, J S Roberts, Johnstone Deane, George Sherwood, Jeremiah Sullivan, John Daley, Edward Rose, Patrick Hussey, Jonathan Shield, Samuel Boudie, and Daniel Crocker, in the steerage. Agents — Maning Bros.
January 1 — Janet Dickson, schooner, 67 tons, R W Toby, for Melbourne with sundries
January 1 — Duncan Hoyle (s), for East Coast.
1 — Mary Ann for Port Albert. 2 — Tyne for Melbourne. 2 — Ino for Manilla.
Per Emma, from Sydney — One gate, 2 pillars, 4 cases biscuit, 120 bags do, 4 bales cotton wick 65 logs cedar, 88 trs beef, Order.
Per Janet Dickson, for Melbourne — Two hun- dred trcs bottled beer, S Moses & Co ; 7 bags grass seed, 40 barrels bottled beer, 22,000 palings, 5000 ft timber, Maning Bros.
The departure of the Tasmania, for Sydney, has been postponed from Saturday to Monday
next, at 3 p m.
PORT OF LAUNCESTON.
ARRIVED, Dec. 31. — Alice Walton, ship, from
SAILED, Dec 31 — Black Swan, (s) for Mel-
THE ship Alice Walton was towed up to the bar on Tuesday by the Tamar. She belongs to the Black Ball line, and has made the passage from Liverpool in 90 days, having left on the 30th Sept. She spoke the mail ship Donald M'Kay, bound to Melbourne, off King's Island last Saturday — LAUNCESTON EXAMINER, Jan 1