SHIPS ABBIVED. London.— Glenmark, Brankmore, Port Lyttleton, N.Z., 7-6. Wooloomooloo, Anderson, Sydney, 8-6 Trautrn, Buohan, Dunedin/N.Z., 9-6. Zealandia, EoBe, Canterbury, N.Z., 10-6. Asterope, Inglia, v Ot»go , N.Z. 10-6. Mangalore, Tours, Melbourne, 11-6, Sarah and Maria, Port Underwood, N.Z., 11-6. City of Manchester, Shand, Sydney, 13-6. City of Sydney, Kerridge, Sydney, 13-6. Wilhelm Gynther, Gerdin, Adelaide, 13-6. Collmgrove, Angel, Adelaide, 13-6. Otago, Smart, Dnnedin, N.Z., 14-6. Canaan, Wilson, Sydney, 14-6. Melits, Grant, Wellington,N.Z., 18-6. Celaeao, Kenaul,Ljttleton,N.Z.,18.6. Light Brigade, Evans, Brisbane, 19-6. Walmer Castle, Berridge, Melbourne, 23-6. Chile, Cnlb»rt, Napier, N.Z., 2-7.
• SHIPS SAILED. Cabdiff.— Kacer, Beaton, Mauritius and Melbourne, 7-6. Dovbb.— Helene, Sohultz, Sydney, from Ham. burgh, 6-6. Glasgow. — Firth of Clyde, Dodds, Auckland, N.Z., 8-6. Wm. Dwvie, Otago, N.Z., 15-6. Gbibnock.— Abbey Craig, Shanks, Sydney, 13-6. William Davie, Hendry, OUgo, N.Z., 17-6. LivibpooIi. — Arohd. Fuller, Kite, Adelaide, 9-6. Rutland, Gardner, Melbourne viA Soderhamn, 9.6. Jason, M'Intyre, Melbourne, 12-6. Estrella, Crovrder, Auckland, N.Z., 28-6. Cape Clear, Londesborough, Sydney, 30-6. London. — City of Vienna, M'Donald, Port Phillip, 7-6. Coonatto, Smart, Adelaide, 7-6. Agamemnon, Marsden, Port Phillip, 8-6. La Hogue, Goddard, Sydney, 9-6. England's Glory, Moon, Otago, N.Z., 10-6. Zemindar, Johnson, Sydney, 11-6. Resolute, Campbell, Sydney, 13-6. Essex, Merryman, Port Phillip, 13-6. Corinth, Brown, Brisbane, M.B., 17-6. W. H. Kendall, Riohardaon, Bathmrat, 18-6. Ethel Harmaworth, Hobarfc Town, 19-5. Luoibelle Geary, Boderhamn, Ljusne, and Mel* bourne, 19-6. Corinth, Brown, Brisbane, M.B., 20-6. Challenger, Lorell, Nelson, N.Z., 20-6. Niagara, M'Farlane, Port Phillip,' 21-6. Sarah Grioe, Green, Sydney, 23-6. Queen of Nations, Donald, Sydney, 23-6. Countess of Kintore, Petherbridge, Auokland, N.Z., 24-6. Annesley, Pearse, Port Phillip, 24-6. Sarah Grice, Green, Sydney, 27-6. Glen Osmond, Marchitnt, Adelaide, 27-6. Annesley, Pearoe, Port Phillip, 27-6. Lansdowne Trewyne, Adelaide, 29-6. Ann Duthie, Birnie, Sydney, 30-6. Mary Edey, Plinat, Brisbane, M.B., 30-6. British Envoy, Clem, ents, Port Phillip, 2-7.
8EIP8 SPOKEN. Aboukir, Langland, from London for Auoltland, June 3, off the Isle of Wight. Carnaquheen, from London for New Zealand, April 27, lat. 19 S, long. 34 W. City of Adelaide, from L'jndon for Adelaide, May 31, lat. 41 N, long. 11 W. Christiana Thompson ship, from London for Sydney 21 days, April 30, lat. 2 53 N, long. 22 27 W. Indus barque, from London for Moreton Bay (475 emigrants), May 6, lat. 2 48 N, long. 25 50 W. Sydenham, from London for Auckland, May 5, lat. 5 N", long. 24 W. Commissary, for Sydney, May 14, lat. 0, long. 24 W. Akbar, American ship, from New York for Melbourne 16 days. May 29, lat. 30 40 N, long. 39 54 W. David Brown, from Charlestown for Adelaide 43 days, May 21, lat. 4 53 N, long. 28 21 W. George Duncan (?), from Melbourne for London, May 26, lat. 25 N, long. 43 W. Pekina, from London for Port Adelaide 21 days, May 19, lat. 5 20 N, long. 23 8 W. Turkish Empire, from London for Melbourne, May 2, lat. 25 S, long. 31 W. , Tasso, Head, from Mauritius for Nelson (N.Z.),~ April 2. Wimmera, from London for Melbonrne, May 15, lat. 2 N, long. 27 W. Archibald Fuller, from Liverpeol for Adelaide, Jane 16. ofEBardssy. Jason, from Liverpool for Melbourne, June 14, 20 miles SSW of Head of Kinaale. Sydenham ship, from London for Auckland (N.Z.), May 15, lat. 5 S, long. 30 23 W. Robert Eitson barque, from Liverpool to Melbonrne, June 22, off Old Head of Kinsale, NNE, 25 milen. Corona, from Plymouth for Melbourne, 21 days, paseengera and orew all well, May 18, lat. 3 27, N, long. 24 49 W.
CASUALTIES. Sam Cearns, Willi»ms, which arrired at San Franoiaco May 31 from Newcastle (N.S.W.), had encountered for the last two days heavy NW gales, and lost two euita of topsails. Douglas, barque, of Melbonme, Sayers, from Newcastle (N.S.W.) for Yokohama, whioh struok on the Golden Grove Shoal, May 8, 1869, was passed Feb. 27, on the SSE end of Elizabeth's Beef, with her masts all a-taut, and Teasel Tery little bilged or strained : she lay with about two feet water round her at low water.
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