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Tasman, s s., 491 tons, AV. D. I/yon, from Sydney. Passengers-Cabin : Mrs. J. B. Waterhouse, Mu. J. Waterhouse, Mr. H. W. Howell, Mr. H. H. Kater, Mrs. Galt, Miss Abbott, Mr. Butler, Mr. W. Fry, Mrs. Caldwell, Mr. S. Caldwell, Miss Caldwell, Mr. A. B. Weigall, Mr. E. Bean, Captain W. B. H. Christie, Mrs. W. B. H. Chinitie, servant, and infant, Miss E. Cope, Miss C. Cope, Mr. Madov, Mr. Mapire, Mr. J. W. Gra\es, Misses .Stanhope (2) ; and 12 steeiage. Aírente, T.S.N. Co
Italy, barque, 280 tons, J. R. Gourlay, from
Lyttelton, 4th inst. Passengers - cabin : Misses Gourlay (2). Agent-Master.
Bella Mary, barque, 270 tons, G. McArthur, from Auckland, 5th inst. Passenger-Cabin : Mrs. Babing- ton. Agent-Alex, McGregor.
Fairy Rock, brig, 192 tons, J. L Wilkinson, from Newcastle, loth hist. No posscngeis. Agent-H. P. Armstrong.
COASTERS INWARDS.-December 23.
Shannon, Port Arthm coal mines, coal ; Skipjack, Ann Allen, Huon, tinibei ; Hero, Southport, timber ; Annie, Eaglehawk Neck, timbei ; Annie Jane, Teddy Watt, Flying Arrow, Oyster Cove, timber ; Deru ent Belle, Alice Maud, Peppermint Bay, firewood ¡
Favourite, Shamrock, Evjlyn, Barnes' Bay, fiiowood.
ENTERED OUT.-December 23.
Tasman, s s., 491 ton«, W. D. Lyon, for Sydney.
Harriet McGregor, barque, for London.
LONDON.-Windwnid, left Gravesend and passed Deal on the 3rd Octobei, landed pilot off Dartmouth,
MELBOURNE.-Southern Cross, s s, to leave Wed- nesday, 22nd December, will airive tliiB morn- ing ; Acacia, barque, eleni ed Port Phillip Heads Sunday, 19th December ; Zephyr, brigantine, to s iii Thursday, ICth December.
ADELAIDE.-Queen of tho Se«, barque.
OAMARU.-Lady Emma, barque, sailed Wednesday,
LVTTELTON.-Southern Cioss, barque.
PORT DAVEY,VIA RtciihitciiE.-Emeiald Me, ketch. LATROBE.-Dawn of Hope, schooner, to leave Tuesday, 21st December.
EAST COAST.-Robert Binns, schooner; Seymour, ketch ; Guiding Stat, schooner.
MALDON ISLAND.-Speedy, brig.
WHALING.-Tamerlane, American barque.
LONDON.-Ethel, barque, early next week) Wagoola, ship, January j Lufra, barque, about 1st Fchruaiy ; Helen, barque (or now vessel), about 1st March.
STONE?.-Tasman, s s., Tuesday, 28th Dec, 4 pm. MELBOURNE.-Southern Cross, B.B., Wcducsday,29tli December, 4 p.m.
LITTELTON.-Kohinoor, barque, this day. EAST COAST.-Venus, ketch, this day.
fA special charge is mario to consignees who wish to par- ticularise their imports ]
Tasman, from Sydney,- 210 sheep, 3J bri« salmon, 22 els rope, 4G hides, 10 bgs oysters, 7 oaks tallow, 4 ess castor oil, 1 kg paint, 3 csks iionmongcry, 2 ess boots, 47 ess fruit, 4 empty casks, 0 pkgs sundries.
Italy, from Lytelton, 099 hks barley, 23 sks peas, 20 »kB been», G ess preserved meats.
Bella Mary, from Auckland.-5,000 ft timber, 1 cs leather, 3 ess lamp glasses.
Fairy Rock, from Newcastle-275 tons coal.
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December 23rd, 8-30 am.-TIariiot McGiegor off Brown's River. 12 noon.-Hariiot MoGiegoi passed out of sight. -^~
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December 23rd, 12 32 p.m.-Tamar S.B. for Mel-
TnE steamship Tasman lu inga a cargo of sundries from Sydney, winch port Captain ]jyon repm ts having left at 4 p.m. of Monday lost ¡passed. Cape Howe at 0 p.m. next day ; passed Capo Barron at 10-30 a,m. of Wednesday ; rounded Cape Pillar nt 4 '30 a.m. yester- day ; and arrived at the whaif at 9'30 a.m. Through- out the passago experienced light winda dom N.E. »nd fine weather. Respecting the Tasman'« passage to Sydney, the S. M. Herald of Saturday last says : The Tasman (s.) left Hobart Town at 4 p.m. on the 14th instant, passed Cape Barren at 4 p.m. on the 15th, Cape Howe 1'15 p.m. on the Kith, and arrived nt Sydney Heads nt 2'1S p.m. on 17th instant. Had light westerly winds to Cane Howe, and fresh soutlieily
breezes from there till anival.
THE barque Italy, >T. R. Gourlay, master, left Lyttelton on the 2nd inst., and had vaiiable wiuds nntil reaching Cook's Straits on the 4th. Then en- countered a strong N.W. gale, which continued until the 9th, when it caine ft oin S.E , enabling the vessel to rim through tho Sti aits, and clear them on the 10th. Thence hod light airs and occasional calms. Made land, Maria Island, on Wednesday morning last, and encountered a strong N.E. wind. Rounded the Pillar at 6 p.m., with the wind blowing haul fiom N.N.E. ; And reached port at (i a.m. yesterday.
THE barque Bella Mary, G. McArthur, master, from Auckland, has coveted the distance between the Three Kings and Cape Pillar in very good time. Auckland was left on the fith instant, but in conse ijuoneo of strong N.AV. winda the Three Kings were pot cleared until the eleventh day out. Thence had winds varying from E. to N.E. Made Maria Island nt 3'30 p.m. of Wednesday ; and passed the pillar at 9 p.in.4 and then had two hours of a wind that blew with hurricane foice. Arrived in port at 12*30 p.m. yesterday, and beithed alongside the Now Wharf.
THB brig Fairy Rock has run from Newcastle in good time. Captain Wilkinson reportB :-Left New- castle on tho afternoon of the loth with a N.E. wind, .which was carried until abreast of Sydney Heads ; then had 24 hours stiong southerly wind with dil ty squally weather, afterwards \eeringiound to the N.E. again with very fine weather. Sighted Cape Barren at 6 p.m. on Tuesday. Was abreast of Mai ia Island at S p.m. on Wednesday. Rounded the Pillar ut 10 o'clock the same evening. Entoied tho lher at 10 »'flock next mailling, and an ¡ved in the cove at 2 p.m., berthing alongside the Monarch pier.
THE Hobart Town built clipper birquo Harriet McGregor, of the Tasmanian line of packets to ' Lon- don, is, as usual, the first ship of the season. She «ailed at 7 o'clock yesterday morning, taking a laige and valuable cargo comprised of wool, wheat, bark, treenails, etc. The vessel got away with a favourable breeze, and Captain Leslie lias a good lirospect of ¡keeping up her reputation for making rapid homeward ¡palagea. ,. , < ,
?THí!bs»que Planter, eleven days out fiom Oamaru to ««wcoBÙe, was spoken by the Bella Mary on tho 17thIntrt. in fat. 37-18S., and long. 101-42E.
THE barque Vietwia has completed the discharge of her cargo from London, the whole having been landed in fine order,
'(THE p.s. Monarch, that has just completed her tvar^vdical overhaul, yesterday resumed lier place in ¿1(0 trade between this and New Norfolk.
THElcetch Annie, W. Madden, master, made a very Mpid run to «ud from Eagle Hawk Neck. She left this on Tuesday afternoon,' proceedod to the Neck, loaded with 13,000 feet of hardened logs, and left for town,,arriving ut midnight of Wednesday, after an .absence of only 33 hourn.
"THE brig Maid of Erin arrived at Poit Pftvey on Sunday last, from Melbourne. She is to load with ¡pine, probably for Adelaide.
THE Wime Spirit of the South, from Bluff Harbour, arrived at Sydney on the 10th hist., seeking a cargo.
THE barque Aldon Besse, that'left this on the 9th Just., arrived at Sydney on the 18th.
fih* s.S. Southern Cross, fiom Melbourne to this îtont, la expected to avive at an early hour this morning, tye direct the attention of consignees lier ¿pis steamer io a special notice tbílt appears elsewhere.
WîN5> AWD WEATHER REPQJJT.
VuvvbVif, 23nn DECIPHER, 1875.
HOBAHTTO'WN.-Noon..-Wind, N., light; weather. fine. Bar. 2!)'74. Thoi.70.
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MOUNT NELSON-KOOJI-Wind, N., light ; weather, hair. Bar. 29-80. Thor. £5,
POBT AiiTiimt.-Noon-WivA N-, strong; weather, fine.. Bar, 29-78. Thor. 72.
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MEMJOUIWE.- i) a.m,-Wind, N.E. hy N., ra/id,,' wemlier, dull. Bar. 29-362. Ther. 72.
C**E OTVVAV.-9 a.m.-Wind, calm ; weather, rain- ing. JJar. 29-478. Ther. CR.
.CAris SCHANK.- 9a.m.- Wind, N.B., ftoth ; weather, cloudy, JJa,r. 29 Tw. Thor. 83.
SYONEV.-Í) o.«!.-Wind,E.N.E., light.
AOELAIUE.-9 o,m.-Wind, W.S. W., fresh ; weather, clear.,