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SHIPPING LIST.

Entered Inwardi. October B.— 'Emma,' 121 tons, Captain H. T. Fox, from Sydney 19 th September. Passengers, Mra. Fox, Miss Williamson, Mr. Charles Lalley, Miss Hofford, Mr. Breen. — J. Woodhoaie, agent. October 10. — 'Barbara Gordon,' 337 tons, Captain W. Lilley, from London 18th May. Passengers, Mr. & Mn. Lush, family and servant ; Mr.&Mn. Warrington, Messrs. Frank Penton, H. Fen ton, J. Armitage, Mr. Browne, Messrs. C. H. Jeffs, LeCreu. Longden, C. Serrantes, Mr. & Mrs. Mcl Tor & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Cooper & family, Messrs. Hillman and Baber. — Brown & Campbell, agents. October 10. — Barque • Helen S. Page,' 271 tons, Joseph J. Church, commander, from San Francisco 15th August, arrived at Oahu on the 28th August, whence she sailed for this port on the 2nd of September, in ballast. Passengers, Mr. Robert Graham, Mrs. Graham* and a Sandwich Island boy. — — 9.—* Emily/ 10 tons, G. Mair, from Wangari. — — 9. — ' Supply,' 20 tons, W. Taylor, from Nelion 19th September. — Connell & Ridings, agents.

Cleared Out. October 10. — 'Arnicas,' 150 tons, Captain John Arthur, for Hobart Town. Pastengers, Mrs. W illiams and five children, Mri. Bateman, 5 prisoners, 4 constables. 9. — 'Children/ 30 tons, A. Jones, for Rasiell. Passenger, Mr. Hi Clarke. — J. Coney, agent. 9. — 'Sarah Jane/ 22 tons, G. Clarke, for the East Coast and Bay of Plenty. 9 'Grampus/ 23 tons, Geo. Paton, for the Bay of Plenty. — Thos. Russell, agent. — — io.— 'Tui/ 13 tons, C. Gallagher, for Coroxnandel, in ballast.

Imports. In the ' Emma.' from Sydney :—2O: — 20 cases British gin, W. |ames ; 39 cases Genera, H. S. Spyer ; 4 hbds. B,P. ram, G. Mom ; 2 kegs tobacco, 2 cases cigars, J. M. Leigh ; 10 hhds. 6.P. rum, 10 quarter. caAs port wine, 4 ditto sherry, 124 bags sugar, 10 chests, 20 half-chests congou, James Woodhouie ; 124 hags sugar, S. Brown ; IS chests 15 half-chests coDgoa, 5 cases wine, 3 cases champagne, 20 bags rice, 150 bags flour, 15 casks bottled beer, 20 kegs white lead, 40 bags refined sugar, a case anchory paste, J. Woodhouse ; 9 tierces beef, 2 hhds. ale, 1 cask codfish, 4 tins confectionery, 4 pockets hops, one case carry powder, Order ; one case bottled irnits, one cask matches, 3 cases blacking, one case musical ihstrments, 3 packages leather, one case millinery, 43 cases 2 baskets fruits, a case matches, Order ; 53 bags sugar, Henderson j one case stationery, a parcel millboards, 2 quarter- casks sherry, 4 cases oilman's stores, J. A. GjlfiUan & Co. ; 3 cases drugs, W. R. Guudry ; one cask tinware, M. Bennett i 4 cases preserred salmon & one case, J. Woodhouse ; one case types & one package frames, Order ; 4 packages apparel, S. Brown ; 50 bage flour, Saurbier; one bale leather, Mrs. Lalley; 3 packages drapery, T. S. Forsaith; 4 barrels tar, 3 ploughs, one case stationery, 4 trunks shoes, 6 boxes candles, a case types, 2 casks butter, Order ; one cask blocks, 10 cases bitters, 4 hhds. coal tar, 50 boxes window-glass, 20 boxes candles^ one cask blocks, 5 casks vinegar, J, Macky ; 3 casks butter, one cask limejuico, 6 bags pepper, 3 cases sauces, one case apparel, one bag rice, 5 bags colifee, one cask treacle, H. Hughes; one case stationery, 13 boxes glass, 2 pumps, Order; 1 cask 2 cases 1 keg oilman's stores, W. Tatteraall ; 4 pieces cedar, one case glass, Order; 115 casks bottled beer, 3 casks split peas, one chaise-cart, J. Woodhouse ; 4 casks soda ash, one bale slops, 4 bales cottons, 60 bags sugar, J. Salmon ; 5 cases cottons, one bale woollens, 2 kegs honey, one case blocks, Order. In the * Barbara Gordon,' from London : — 6 hhds. gin, Order ; 3 casks, Order '; 128 kettles, 16 furnace bars, 2 bales, 3 cases, John Bout ; 1 case as addressed, 98 pkeksges,' Wellesley Hughes ; 20 hbds., 6 barrels beer, W. S. Grihame ; 10 hhds. 5 barrris beer, Brown & Campbell ; 74 cases wine, J. A. dilfillan & Co. ; 11 packages, J. W. Bain;

1 CMc, A. CUrke ; 1 do., J. W. Bain ; 370 cases, 2 balci, D. Nathan ; 1 case, R. P«rii ; 5,000 ilatei, 1 citei, J. Rout ; 25 bales, T. Lewis ; 7 boxes, 1 bale, 1 case, James Coney ; 4 cases, R. Vidal ; 1 box as addressed, 2 bales, J. Coney ; 1 case, Right Rer/ Bishop ; 30 packages, J. Rout; 6 packages, T. S. Forsaith ; 1 cask, J. Newman ; 3 trunks do ; 1 case as addressed, 5 trasses, J. Rout ; 357 bars, 44 bundles iron, Order ; 20 half barrels powder, Order ; 4 cases, Major Gen. Pitt ; 6 crates. Order ; 73 packages, C. Waitford ; 1 case. J. H- Fletcher ; 10 bales, 4 packages, T. Lewis ; 1 case, W. Daris ; 1 case, J. W. Bain ; 81 packages, J. A. Gilfillan & Co. ; 10 ditto, Thomas Lewis ; 13 do., H. Nathan: 2 boxes as addressed, 3 cases, 2 bales, 2 ditto, A. Clarke ; 2 crates, 3 cases, 57 casks, Asber ; 3 cases, Connell & Ridings ; 186 packages, 1 case, Brown & Campbell ; 653 cases, Gibson & Mitchell ; 5 boxes, 1 >mmll box. 1 parcel. 2 small boxes, as addressed ; 3 eases, 5 packages, Dr. Campbell. In the ' Emily' from Wangari— 3 tons flax. In the ' Supply' from Nelson — 8 bags barley, 15 bags oats, Connell & Ridings ; 52 casks ale, W. H. Burr; 2 tons potatoes, 1 parcel, a pair cart springs, Conneil & Ridings. Exports. In the ' Amicus.' for Hobart Town, 734 pieces ! timber, 1 box plants, 1 do. saws, 1 do. apparel, 1 case saws, 1 bale calico, 1 case slops, 7 bags seeds, 3 do. do., 1 bale leather, 1 cask honey, 16 kits flax, 209 hides. In the ' Children,' for Russell, 12 casks ale, half a ton rice, 1 bag flour, 2 bags sugar, 1 case pipes, 6 $ chests tea, 1 case sundries, 2 cases pickles, 4 kegs paint, 6 buckets, 5 cart, rope, 1 horse. In the < Sarah Jane,' for the East Coast, 15 gallons rum, 1 bale slops. In the < Grampus,' for the Bay of Plenty, 50 lbs. tobacco, 1 case slops.

The ' Ellen S. Page' has had a protracted passage, from a succession of continued head winds. She reports the 'Camilla,' hence, having arrired at San Francisco on the 13th August. Passed in lat. 31 S. long. 177 E. a barque, evidently steering for this Port.

The steamer • William the Fourth,' Captain Sullivan, returned from the wreck of the ' Juniper' yesterday morning. By her we learn that the * Juniper.' 340 tons, Captain Stevemon, left Liverpool for Oporto on the 26th February, 1850, with merchandize and 130 tons coals, and left Oporto for Sydney with a full cargo of wine in casks and cases on the 27th April. She rounded Cape Pillar on the 27th August, and from that time to the Ist September had rery thick weather and variable winds. At 10 p.m. on Sunday, the Ist instant, there were heavy iqualls from the southeast and east, and ship labouring very much. At fifteen minute* past ten breakers were reported a-head ; the ship was immediately put about, but before she could gather way, she struck heavily abaft. The helm was then put up, and the ship ran ashore to save lives and property. She lies near St. George's Head, near the spot where the ' Hive,' convict ship, and the schooners ' Blackbird' and ' Medina,' were lost. There is very little probabi'ity of her being got off, as she has seven feet of water in the bold, and is buried in the sand ten feet. If the weather continues moderate, all the cargo will be saved. The only passenger was Mrs. Stevenson, the captain's wife. Mr. Roach and five men went down yesterday in a whale boat on the part of the Customs to look after the dutiable goods. — Sept. 14. Co a t,s from Liverpool for Caiitornia.— The * Ward Chipman,' 750 tons, Capt. Roberts, from Livrroool 15th April, anchored within the Heads on Wednesday last. She is bound for Acu pulco, on the Mexican coast, and has on board 900 torn coal for the United States Pacific Mail Steamship Company. It appears that a mutinous spirit shewed itself among the crew at an early period of the voyage, ten of the hands having struck work for several days, and having only been compelled to turn to again by the stoppage of their provisions. This disaffection is partly to be accounted for, from the misconception by some of them of the length of the voyage they had engaged for, and also by the unusual route by which the ship is being taken to her port of destination. Yesterday morning Captain Roberts arrived at Geelong in his pinnace, bringing with him two of the most refractory of the crew, who, having been brought up at the police office, were committed to gaol for one month, forfeiting their pay. Captain Roberts left for Melbourne in bis boat during the afternoon.— Geelong Advertiser, August 24. Matl Stkam Routes to "West Indies and Brazil —The contemplated arrangement for the renewal of the contract by the English government irith the West India Mail Steam Packet Company has at length been completed, as we learn by the last arrival. The communication to the West Indies and Central America is to be fortnightly, and the route is to be planned so as to insure far more rapid voyages than at present. A main line steamer will leave Southampton every fortnight for the island of St. Thomas, which she will; reach in 12 days. She will there ship mails on board three branch steamers, one to Havana and, the Gulf of Mexico, one to Porto Rico, Hayti, Jamaica, Santiago de Cuba, Honduras and Nicaragua, and one to the windward and lee- [ ward islands, terminating at Demarara, and will then j proceed direct to Chagres, the entire passage to which port will thus occupy not more than 18 or 19 days, in place of 33 days as at present. A contract will also be made with the Pacific Steam Company for a fortnightly mail to Valparaiso from Panama, in place of a monthly one, and by this means Valparaiso will be brought within- 42 days' distance, instead of 60 to 63 days. After the adoption of the new route to the West Indies, no calls will be made either at Bermuda or Mobile. Five new steamers of 2,000 to 2,300 tons, with 800 horse power, are to be built for the service, and they are to maintain a speed of 12 to 14 knots. The only exception to the fortnightly communication will be Mexico and Havana. In those cases it will be monthly. The Brazil line is to be established by the same company, and is to be an independent monthly communication. It is to be commenced, if possible, in August or September next, but as the ships to be employed are some of those which belong to the company's present fleet, (which are to be altered for the purpose) and as the new Vessels to supply their place! on the West India route cannot be ready before a year, there scarcely appears any practicability of the line going into operation at the appointed time. Every possible expedition will, however, doubtless be used. The allowance, by the government, to the company for both the West India and the Brazil service, is

to be the same as that which hat heretofore been^ granted for the former alone, namely, £240,000 per* annum. It is probable that the proposed alteration in the West India route will be carried oat with less delay. The influence of a speedy and regular fortnightly communication with San Juan, will be of vast importance to the destinies of Central America, and also to the interests of the proposed Nicaragua canal. Pacific News, July 12.

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SHIPPING LIST., Daily Southern Cross, Volume VI, Issue 343, 11 October 1850

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