Arrivals — Foreign. July 20.— H. M. S. 'Havannah,' 22 gum, Captain Erskine, from Sydney.
Departuk.es— Foreign. July 20. — 'Maukin,' 106 tons, Capt. Bowden, for Sydney. W. S. Grahame, agent.
Cleared Out. July 22.— 'Clara,' 360 tons, Captain Potter, for Swansea. Paaiengers — Captain Petley, Ensign Duncan, p Dr. Courtney and Lady, Mr. Bell, 4 Serjeants, 4 corporals, and 8 invalids, 58th Regt., 1 woman, and 2in «teerage. Brown »nd Campbell, agents.
Arrivals — Coattwite. July 19.— 'Virid,' 26 torn, Hitchins, from Monganui. 22. — 'Alexander,' 36 torn, Miller, from the Riyer Thames. •<— — 22. —^"Mitford,' 5 torn, Jones, from Kuisell.
Departures'— Coattwite . July 22.-*-' Alexander, 36 torn, Miller, for the River Thtmei.
Imports. In the 'Vmd,' from Mongtnui— 4so bushcli wheat, 150 ditto corn, 6 ca&k« ialt pork. In the 'Alexander/ from the River Thames— 9 bullocki, 9,000 feet sawn timber. In the 'Mitford,' from Ru«»ell — 12 pigs, 50 buthels corn.
Exports. In'tbe 'Maulcin,' for Sydney — 35,000 feet timber. In the 'Clara,' for London—part of original cargo from London. Transhipped from 'tJndaunt-' cd,' 100 tons copper ore. Shipped at Auckland, 360 toni copper ore, 1 box lire planti, 1 tin box plants, 1 box ipecimens copper ore, 1 box official papers, 11 balei wool, 4 bales wool, 1 box natural curiosities, 1 case prirate papers and books, 1 package natural curiosities, 1 case plated ware, 1 box natural curiosities, 1 box books.
The 'Emma/ Capt. Fox, was adrertited to sail for Auckland on the 15th instant; and the brig 'Susan,' Capt. Jonei, Tia Newcastle, on the 20th. From Hardy* Shipping List of the 9th March, we learn that the following' Tesseli hare been laid on for these Islands : — 'Lord William Bentinck/ 443 tons, Capt. Allan, Auckland and Wellington, H. H. Willis and Co., agents, to sail about the 20th March. 'Barbara Gordon,' 338 tons, Capt. Lilley, Auckland, Wellington, and Canterbury, H. H. Willis and Co., agents, to sail about the lit May. •Mariner,' 683 tons, Capt. Harland, Otago, Canterbury, Wellington, Nelson, and New Plymouth, New Zealand Company, or Joseph Stayner, agents, to sail on Ist April. 'I he 'Sophia/ 537 tons, Capt Clabon, with emigrants, as a counterpoise for the 'Scindian/ with conricts, was to fail for Western Australia on the sth April. The barque 'Olirer Cromwell/ was on the berth at Glasgow to sail for Auckland direct, in the beginning of April.
The ihip 'Maria,' arrived in Sydney on Tuesday night from California, with twenty-eight passengers and twenty shipwrecked seamen, having touched at Tahiti, the Navigators, and Horn Island, whence | the has had a tedious passage. Two days after she left the Navigators, Nortoa, the second mate, jumped oyerboard in a fit of delirium tremtnt, hating previously stabbed two men ; attempts were made to recover him, but without effect. She reporti as followi. Tahiti. — March 19th, the ketch 'Curlew,' from Sydney, armed and was sold, and now sails under the Tahitian flag. The 'Cacique,' from Hobart Town j 'River Chief,' fiom Port Phillip ; 'Harmony,' from Sydney ; 'Robert Hen derson,' from Adelaide ; 'Swan,' from Ltnnceston ; and 'Josephine,' from New Zealand, all bound to California, put into Tahiti for provisions in March and April. The 'Flash,' from Sydney, arrived at Tahiti on the 22nd April. The 'Elizabeth Starbuck/ from Hobart Town, had touched at the Leeward Islands, and some serious dutnrbances had taken place among the passengers, some of whom proceeded on in other ships. The 'Hecter' and 'Mary,' from Sydney, had also touched there. Riatea. — The 'Sir John Franklin,' from New Zealand, and 'Alert,' from Hobart Town, had arrived, having experienced very bad weather, with loss of boats, stores, &c. Navigators' Islands. — The French frigate 'L'Alcmene, 28 guns, Capt. Harcourt, arrived at Apia on the 21st May, and sailed on the 25tb, to prodeed toWallis' Island, the the Ferjeeir^und New Caledonia, whence she would come on to Sydney. The Captain had promised to use his best exertion" to secnre the pirates of the 'Helen.' The wreck of the schooner 'Clara,' was sold for thirty-seven dollars. The ship 'Samuel Enderby,' from the Auckland Islands, called at Horn Island on the sth of May, with 60 barrels sperm oil.— Sydney Shipping Oasette, July 6.
Admiraltt, March 7. — £20,000 reward will be given by her Majesty's Government to any party or parties, of any country, who thall render efficient assistance to the crew* of the discovery ships, under the command of Sir John Franklin: — 1. To any party or paitiet who, in the judgment of the Board of Admiralty, shall discover and effectually relieve , the crewi of her Majesty's ihi(>i ' Ercbui' and ♦Terror.' the sum of .£20,000 ; or, 2. To eny party or parties who, in the judgment of the Board of Admiralty, shall discover and effectually relieve any of the Crews of her Majesty's ship* 'Erebus' and 'Terror, or shall convey such intelligence as shall lead to the relief of such crews, or any of them, the •urn of £ 10,01)0; or, 3 To any party or parties who, in the judgment of the Board of Admiralty, shall, by virtue ot hi« or their efforU, first tuccee iii ascertaining their fate, i°lo,ooo.— W. A. B. Hamiiton, Secretary of the Admiralty.
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SHIPPING LIST., Daily Southern Cross, Volume VI, Issue 320, 23 July 1850
SHIPPING LIST. Daily Southern Cross, Volume VI, Issue 320, 23 July 1850
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