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I ARRIVK1».-J¿ne.rl" " j
Oonah, e.h., 1,785 tons, W. J. roamcrsione,
from Sydney. Passengers-Saloon : Mosäames Drake nnd family (31. Belbin and maid. Kelly, Drake and eon : Misses, Frost, Flynn, Finnigan, Prottrman ; Messrs. Drake, Parkinson. Dally, Howe, J. Williams, J. Salier, G. Watson, H. Drake. Prottyman ; mid 11 in the steerage^ Agotits-Union S.S. Co. ._= ? -'-"'-;
Tambo, s.S., 1,000 tons, Wm.'Hlpgrave, from Sydney. Passenger* - Saloon : Sirs. Kelly ; Misses Marshal, Luckmao, Chamberlain, Win ronberg, Clampott ; Messt«. Packer, Hudspcth, Higginbotham, Cassidy, Maclusklo -, and S in tlio steerage. Agents-Huddart, Parker & Co.
Glenelg, s.S., 27/ tons. James McNalr, from Melbourne ria Strahan. Passengers-Saloon : Messrs. Connolly and Conlan. Agenta-Ti A.
Kr v »olds & Co.
% ictory. kutch, 12 ton», A. McGmtb, from East Coatt ports.. Agcnts-J. It. Fryer & Co.
Is- Port.-Oood Intent, Poa Cygnet; Ta- mmi, Dunalley ; Triabunna, wedge b«v ; Phantom, Sorell : Sitters, Mary Ann, Norfolk Bay : Speedwell, llo-pitnl Bay ; Victory, ira°t. Coast ; Elizabeth, Surîtes Bay ; Leillatoah,
Loxnox.-Mara\ ila, barque, sailed April 13 (36 days out) ; Kuapchu, s.S. (N.Z.S. Co.), duo Juno 13 i louie, s.s. (Shaw, Savill and Albipn line!, duo June 26 : Primerai barque, leave«
Launceston about Juno 12.
'Barrow.-Jupiter, barque, to sail.
' Kio de Janeiro-Edinburgh, barque, sailed Mayl8,2ldn>sout. - . .
Kkvki, Russia.-Behring, barque, saüei!
Capetown.-Ruapuhu, s.s., duo June 13 ¡ Ionic, s.S., due June '-ti.
Si'UNKY.-Tambo, kr., early ; Oonah, ".-*, early. ' " "
Melbourne.-Wakatipu, s.S., June 10. New Zealand.-Hnuroto, s.S., June 11.
Svdney.-Tambo, s.o.. Juno 1", and Oorah,
s.S., June 15.
'Meuioukxk_Hauroto, s.S., Juno 11.
New Zealand,-WakaUpu, s.S., June 10.
Adelaide.-Fairy Kock, brig/ (Recherohe), lo sail; Mary Wadley, barqucntine (Garden
Island Creek), to sall.
MOVEMENTS OFMAIL STEAMERS.
Miowera, s.S., (Canadian Australian line), leaves Sydney for Vancouver, on Juno IS.
Darmstadt, s.S. (N.Q.L. lint), leaves Mel- bourne for Bremen on July 2.
Polynesien, s.S. (M.M. Une), Icavos Melbourne j for Marseilles on July 1. - -i
Orotava, b.s. (O.S.N. Co.), leaves Melbourne
for London ria Suez Cann!, on June 8. j
Arcadia, s.S. (P. & O- line), loaver Melbourne for landon na Suez on June IS.
VESSELS IN POUT.-June '..
Helen, whaling barque, from n cruise ; Wild Wave, from Port Pirie.
MOVEMENTS OF~LOCAL VESSELS.
' Acacia, barque, bound from Sydney to
Ethel; barque, from Hobart, loading at London. . _ ,
Harriet McGregor, barque, from Hobart, loading at London.
Kassa, barque, discharging at Adelaide.
Lufra, barque, from Hobutt, loading at
Natal Queen, barque, bound from 1 haines, N.Z., to Melbourne.
. Waterwitch, whaling barque, left Recherche
for a cruise on June 7.
Oonah, s.S., 1,783 tons. W. J. Featherstone, for Sydney. Passengers-Saloon : Mrs. .and Miss Archer, Mr. and Miss Packer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard ; Mesdames Rollins, Sehncidcr.'Bclton ; Misses Blacklow, Brook ; Revs. W. C. Robin eon. W. J. Wcbslcr; Messrs. O. Linden, J. O'Boyle, A. Dushy, A. Monibby, T. Burgess ; and 10 In the steerage. Agents-Union s.S. Co.
Tambo, «.s., 1,000 tons. Win. Hipgrave, for Fylncy. Passengers-Saloon : Mrs. Alderman ; Misses Henning, Morton, Hopsan, Stump, Cross, Parrott; Messrs. Buxton, Fergussou, Brown, Wright Smith, Jensen, Alderman ; and IA in the steerage. Agen Is-Huddort, Parker & Co.
Banks Peninsula, s.S., 287 tons, W. J. Rogers, for Stninan.Piisvengers -Saloon: Miss Mathews ; Messrs. G. Q. Williams. Lawrey, Bowden. Agents-T. A. Reynolds & Co.
IMPORTS^ une 7.
IA special charge is mude to consignee wish- ing to particularise their imports or exports.)
Oonah, s.S., from Sydney-320,gns sugar, 50 bxs tiuplates, 3S0 bgs sall. 800 bgs sugar, 170 nits sugar, 100 est w hit-key. 45 buclis bananas, 2J bdl? blooms, 100 ess kerosene, 10 c1 ist» tea, 121 crs trult, 500 Ens coal, and sundries.
Tambo. s.S.. from Sydney-250 tons coal, loo ess brandy, 50 ess galvanised iron, 4 ess turps, 5 ess stationer)-, 10 ess blue, 10 ess nuils, b ess ftrooeries, 200 melons, 4 bib kapock, 15 ess and 55
lalf-cases fruit, j bdls paper, 34 doors, 4 ess boots, 12 ess merchandise, and sundries.
Ex Oonah. s.S., from Sydney-409 pkgs mer-
chandise : Burgess URO».
Ex Oonah, e.s., from Sydney - 210 pkgs merchandise : Ferguson ¡Se Co.
Kx Tambo, s.S., from Sydney : 15 pkg- mer-
chandise : Ferguson & Co.
Oonah, s.S., for Sydney-7,326-css fruit, 476 hf-css fruit, 1.351 bis straw, 273 bis hay, 2« bis skins, 1.59i! pes limber. 20 bgs onions, OH ess jam,
pris fish, 2,154 bgs bark, 33 bis hop-, and
Tambo,6.s.,forSyduey-5,311 ess fruit, 8Sbgs chaff, 761 bis straw, 32 .pkgs exhibits. 3 c's« pictures, 1 bdl trees, 20.000 .-tares, and suudrii-s.
ExOoiiah, s.», for Nydney-l.tflO bgs bark : F. Bond. ________^_
Tambo,' B.S., from Sydney, arrived bore at 3 a.m. ) cMerday. She lefr, at ¡J p.m. on-the 3rd inst.: made-tíabo-Island at 4 a.m. on the 5th. and arrived u» above. Experienced strong head winds and scbk to Barren Island, thence fine weather to arrival. On the last trip of the Tambo from Hobart the passengers wci-o unani- mous ia their, praire of the treatment nnd general comfort which the.» received from the captain und officers, and before the ship reached Sydney presented Captain Hipgravc with an illuminated uddrcss. Deck games wer« indulged in during each day, and concerts were held at night. The Tambo leftfor Sydney at 11.5 p.m.
Oonah, 8.B., arrived here from Sydney direct
next day ; was abrcust of Barren I-laud at. 10 a.m. on Thursday, and arrived ns above. Ex- perienced fresh southerly winds and heavy swell to Gabo, thence strong westerly winds across the Straits, then fine wcuthcr to arrival. Launceston is to be favoured wilh another visit of the Oonah. She leaves Hobart on the 26th inst., and arrives there next day. On the 28th she loads about 1,200 sheep, prin- cipally longwools. for the annual stud -beep sales in Sydney. Leaving on the evening of Friday, the 28th, sho anchors at Rosevears for the night and starts next morning, and is ex- pected to arrive at Sjdncy the following Sun- day night. The Uonah left tor Sydney at mid-
Glenelg, B.S., from Melbourne via Strahan, arrived here at 9.30 n.tn. j estcrdny. She left Melbourne at 1 p.m. on the 4th inst., cleaved Port Phillip Heads at 4.45 p.m., passed Pyramid Rocks at 7.30 ii.ul. next, day, mid arrived at Strahuuat9p.m. Loft Straliuu at 0.50 p.m. on tho Gili,passedthoSouth-WcstCapcatniidnight, Recherche nt 4.30 a.m., and arrived as above. Experienced light W. wiudsand cloudy weather from Melbourno to Straliuu ; thenco fresh N. W, winds and high sea. The Glenelg goes on to tho Domain slip for her annual overhaul this
Wakatlpu, s.S., leaves Melbourne for Hobart to-day. She is due here on Monday, and sail-, for New Zealand a few hours after arrival.
Banks Peninsula, s.S., left here for Strahan al 1 p.m. yesterday. She -leaves on the rellim passage to-day, and is due to-morrow morning,
Norkoowa, s.S., from Melbourne, arrived at
1.30 p.m. yesterday. She is due this morning.
Pukaki, s.S., left Sydney for L.unceston on Thursday. She is due to-morrow morning. .
Yolla, s.-., after along detention at Macquarie Heads, left there at2n.in. yesterday, and arrived at Corinna nt 10.40 a.m., cm rome to North-Went Co»b1 lightboubCB. She left Corinna for Norlli Wcot Coast at 4.15 p.m.
Coogee, s.S., leaves Launceston for Melbourne at 2 p.m. on Monday. She cleared Qucciisclift for Launceston at C.10 p.m. yesterday.
Hanroto. s.a., from New Zealand, is due here on Tuesday next, and sails for Melbourne a few
hours after arrival.
Pateena, s.S., leaves Launceston for Melbourne at 2 p.m. on Monday.
Bellinger, b.s., from Melbourno via North West Coast ports, urrived at Devonport at 6.45 p.m. yesterday.
Koonya, s.S., cleared Low Head for Strahan at 8 p.m. yesterday.
Devonport, barque, left Stanley for Launces- ton at' 10 p.m. on Thursday, and was off Low Head at 4.15 p.m. yesterday. The Devonport was stranded at Stauley several weeks ago. and it is believed she will be ablo to resume trade. She hus been found to be very little the worse for her mishap.
Waterwitch, whaling barque, left Recherche
for a cruise at 8 a.m. yesterd y.
Koruunah, ketch, from Hobart, arrived at Lisdillon on Thursday night.
Eliza Davis, ketch, from Melbourne, arrived, at Devonport at 3 p.m. yesterday.
Victory, ketch, fromKusl Coast ports, arrived in dock yesterday morning. Experienced fresh N.W. winds. She sails for Spring Bay and ports this evening.
I tit is notified for the information of mariners and others that a yacht lies sunk in 4 fathoms of water, bearing s. 5-E-, 300ft. from Carnarvon pier. The masts show 2ft» above the water.
An immense cargo of lumber, said to be the largest that bos reached Sydney in one bottom, arrived on Sunday last by the 2.000 ton ship 'Gifford, from San Francisco. The captain states that the consignment is equal to 3,000 tons measurement, and consists of nearly 2,000,000ft, The Gifford made the passage from San Fran- cisco in 63 days. On the passage through the Islands she fell in with the missionary schooner Morning Star.
(Sydney Telegraph, Juno 3.]
The troopship Tyne sailed from Farm Cove, Sydney, on the 4th Inst., for England, with the time-expired officers and men of the squadron. Al together she took 11 officers, 315 petty officers, seamen, and marines. The Tyae proceedgjhame ria Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal. She is due at Portsmouth early in August. H.M.S. Penguin, from Hobart, arrived on Thursday lout. 'I he Royalist arrived at Gladstone en route to the blands. .The cruiser Ringarooma arrived atLyttBlton from Auckland on the 31st, ult-, and is expected to make a stay of several days. TheRlogdoA chus left Brisbane, cn route 4» tile Islands via Cooktown. Tho Royalist, and Karrakatta are still at Brisbane ; tbe Rapid is at Samoa ; the Pylades ut New Zealand ; tile Katoomba at the Now Hebrides ; and the Waterwitch surveying at Fiji. The Goldfinch is believed to be at Noumea. H.M.S. Wallaroo, having received an overhaul, caine down from Southcrlaod 'Dock yesterday, and was moored alongside Garden Island.
Tho steamer Taiori oil Saturday brought word UiaiH.M. ships Lizard and Waterwitch had arrived at Fiji. The former reached Suva Harbour on the 20th ulL from Auckland, and the latter arrived at the same port on tho 21st from Sydney. The Waterwitch was expected to leave bhortly to survey the north-oast portion? of the Fiji Group, moro particularly surrouiidlng Lubuwi. H.M.S. Dart left Sydney yesterday on her maiden cruise under the new oomiaiaslon. She proceeds to the Great Barrier reef, surveying, calling at Brisbane en route. Tbo Dart cleared the Heads at 12.35 p.m. A wire from Brisbano states that the Royalist loft there on Saturday, at 2.5 p.m., cn. route to the Islands. Referring to the coming vi3it to Fiji of the 'flagship Orlando, with Rear-Admiral Cyprian A. G. Bridge,a
Suva paper says ¡-"Official intimation ha* been received in Suva to the effect that Admiral Cyprian Bridge will be due here in H.M.S. Orlando about the third week of June It boa boen regretted that the Governor will not bo present to receive tho Admiral, but the Administrator w ill doubtless do the honours to perfection."
THE GERMAN SQUADRON.
(Sydney Telegraph. June 3.)
Some 30 officers and 2S5 men of the Gcnuau navy arrived in Sydney from Bremen on Satur- day by the German Btcaincr Darmstadt, and the mail boat as she carne alongside the Quay pre- sented all the appearanco of a troopship. The naval contingent comprises relief crews for the German warships Falke and Bussard. The former warbhip is now in port, and tier new crew will be turned over to her immediately, tho present officers and mea of the Falko join- ing the Darmstadt and returning by her to Germany. The Bussard is nt Samoa, and arrangements have been made for the Darm- stadt to proceed to Apia with her relief crow. The following are toe new ofhVors for the Falko ¡-Captain Moten, commander; Uoiitcn ants Z. V. Killel, Itcdlinh, and Siervcrt ; engineer. Dahl; surgeon, Dr. Wogkl: pay mast«'. Kruse; also, eight petty ofncirs. For tho Bussard: Captain Bauer; Lioutenants Von ; Kcrmakc, Kilner, and Itotznmnu ; engineer, I Bergmann ; surgeon. Dr.' I'lctrusky; paymustcr,
Vorpahl; also eight petty officers. A busy scene was w itncssed in Sydney Cove when Ihc new office» and crew for tho Gorman warship Falke were transferred to the cruiser at Mort's TVvk, They wore tsken round oy the steamer Leveret, which returned to the niall hoot soon after with the Falke'« old crew and officer«. The Darmstadt will loavo Sydnoy for Apia on Thurs- day next. Tho i-nlke's old crew will remain on board the mtiilboat, and thus have a pleasure trip lo Apia. . _ ?
THE NEW STEAMER MARLOO.
"The Adelaide Steamship Co. on Saturday, l=t Inst., rcccivid a telegram announcing the arrival at Freemantle of tho steamer Marloo, one of tho two new steamors recently purchased in England for their intercolonial trude. The Marloo, which will be commanded by Captain J. Anthon, is a fine steel passenger and cargo boat, w ah a gross measurement of 2,524 toni-, and deadweight capacity of 3,500 tons. The passenger nrcoiumodation forms a prominent feature of the new boat. The saloon extends the full width ot the ship, and is handsomely decorated ana sumptuously furnished. The staterooms are largo and lomfortnblc, and tho ventilation is on the most perfect principle. She is fitted to carry 100 passengers in the saloon, and 300 in the second cabin- The electric light is installed throughout, and tho steamer lias all other modern improvements, triple expan- sion engines, and refrigerating machinory includcd. Altogether, she should prove a valu- able acquisition to the company*« intercolonial service. _
READING OF BAltOMRTER YESTERDAY
METEOROLOGY OF AUSTRALASIA.
Local Weather Bureau.
Hobart, June 7,1395.
Synopsis.-Fine and clear wea'her prevails over Queensland, New South Wales, and Now Zealand. Condition« are fine and cloudy over tho Northern Territory, Central Australia, and Victoria., ,
In Tasmania, Uno and KtrocraUy cloudy weather exists, wîlh winds chiefly north- west and north - north-west varylug to south-west and south ; in force from light to moderate, except in the midlands «here fresh breezes arc reported. In Western Aus- tralia the weather is overcast and gloomy. During tho last 24 hours only t) 02 of an inch of rain Is reported on tho North-WeBt Coaot. The state of the sea on the Tasmanian coast i-. from calm to moderate. The following are the ex- tremes of shade temperature at the under mentioned stations during the Inst 24 hours. Hobart, 50deg. and 4,'rdug.; Springs. SSdcg. and 46deg.; Launceston, Gldeg. and 4ldeg. Lo» Head, 68deg. and Rldeg.; Falmouth (lldcg. und 40deg.; Circular Hoad, ffldeg. and 4ldcg.: Corinna, SMeg. und ,T91eg.¡~aouthport. fijdog.
and ISdeg. .
GencralRcmarks.-The high pressure nucleus of our weather man has still fuither decreased, and its "summit is over the centre of Ni« SoliUi Wales. . High barometers obtain over the whole of New Bouth Wales, Southern Queens- land, 'Central Australia, and the north-east corner of Soulli Australia, The extremes of this auti-cycieno stretch from tho south of Non Guinea to about ftOdcg. S. lat. and oxlcnd cast and «est between the meridians of llOdeg. and 180deg. E. long. An Antarctic disturbance I is gradually approaching from the south-west.
and unsettled conditions may be expected
H. C. Kingsmill.
(SPEC'IAL FORECAST FOR TASMANIA AND
Generally fine weather will be exponent ed during the next 24 hours in eastern parts of this island, and also over all Australia, except for some.raüi along the tropical coast of Queens- land'and in the BDn£b-**e«leni fortiori of the continent. Winds win bo between north-vi est and s uth-west over Tasmania, and between N.N.W. and W.S.W. over the entire southern coast of Australiainmth-easttoeaatinQiieenb land and the Northern Territory, light raid variable in New South Wales and between uortli enslund north-west is» West Australia ; smooth to mode i ate seas will obtain between Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, nuil Townsville, but BqnaUy «aid ' unsettled con- ditions are developing over the Great Bight with increase of latitude and approaching the west coast of Tasmania. Very un»e tied and squally weather is certain to occur iu the neighbourhood of Now Zealand, and vessels bound hence towards Sydney will experience - rough seas and strong blows. The disturbance I first warned about fuur days ago is gradually
I innk-Inir eastward towards Tasman's Head.
Ii ' Clement Jj.' Wraoof, I
Government MoteorologiBt of Queensland. I
I Hobait, June 7,10-3isp.m. I