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? Shipping* ? $' tb |' ESSAGEEIES MAEITIHEft' SYDNEY TO LONDON, OVERLAND fr;m MARSEILLES Tia PABIS. Steamers under postal contract with the Government of France, calling at MELBOCTENE. ADELAIDE, ALBANY, The service is carried ou bv powerful steamers of 4000 be J 6000 tons, built expressly for the Australian and New Caledonian li^e, which will be despatched as follows: Steamers. Commander. lLeaTes Sydney LeavesMel 4 p.m. oourne. POLYNESIENJL. Boulard ... June 27 July 1 A U M A N D- y FEHIU .JA. Poydenot ... July 27 July 31 APSTE ALIEN G. Didier August 27 August 31 OOKAXIEN* ...iFiaschi ... Sey-t. 25 Sept 29 P0LYNESIEN-L. Boulard ...lOct 27 Oct 31 ? I ? J ? ___ ? ' And Thenceforward on the 25th of Each Month. - Kates of Passage Money to Marseilles, from £20 to £65, J jsi'lmliii£ table wines and Suez Canal dues on passengers r J8ETUKN TICKETa issued ^taefoUorringrates :— o I 1st. Class. 2nd. Class. 3rd Clasi'. , Available 0 months I £105 £64 £34 * A- nilatle 12 months | £115 ? £63 ? £36 - English interpreters meet through passengers for Lon- J dou on arrival ot steamers at Marseilles, and accompany them to Paiis and Calais. S.B. — Passengers' luggage conveyed free of cost from Marseilles to London. For freight, passage, and farther particulars apply at the r Company's Offices, 15 Macquarie Pia=f-. E. BLANC, * Principal Agent^__ /'ilJIEl-T LINE OP EOYAL MAIL STEAMEBS. The following Eoyal Mail Steamships belonging to the : Orient and Pacific Companies will LEAVE SYDNEY at KOOKou the undermentioned dates lor PLYMOUTH and = LONDON (Tilbury), via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, -] LVlombo, and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples and J Gibraltar: — ? ii ?CUZCO ... SStlStons J.F.Anderson June 20 OKOYA . 6057 „ E.E. Laviua-ton July 4 ORIZABA, ... 6077 „ A. W. Clarke July 18 ORIENT ... 5365 ? „ ? H. G. Darby Aug. 1 And fortnightly thereafter. * Not calling at Colombo. PASSAGE MONEY. Saloon ... ... £55, £63, £70 Second ... ... £30 and £37 Third ? £17 17s to £22 EXCUBSION EETUKN TICKETS AT SEDUCED 3 RATES. Saloon Passengers allowed to break their journey. Facilities are afforded for bringing out friends and rela tives from London ty the prepayment ofpassasjemoney. Managers : F. GREEN and CO. ; and ANDERSON, ANDERSON, and CO., Fcnchurch Avenue, London, E.C. Full particulars on application to T. L. DEVITT, Acting Manager in Australia. - 43 Pitt-street. ? ' TJNION STEAM SHIP CO. OF NEW ZEALAND.Xtd., j ^J dispatch steamers as follows : COEINNA, for Laun- j ceston about June 11 ; TALUNE, for Auckland, June 16; ( HAUKOTO, for Wellington, June21 ; FLOEA, for Hebart z Tia tden, June 10. t Offices, 15 Bridge-street. FHBDK. W. JACKSON. Manager. _ ' finHE NOETH COAST S. N. CO., Limited (with which j jj are amalgamated C.E. and M.B.S.N. Co., Limited, - awl John bee and Co.).— From Clarence Wharf, 3 Sussex- - street: CLARENCE EIVEE— Kallatina/ -Saturday,- 11 j. in RICHMOND HIVEB — Tom ki, Macleav, Friday nest, c HACLEAY RIVER— Burrawong, To-inorrow, at S a,ni. from Market Wharf: MANNING KIVER— Electra, To- ; morrow 3 p.m. POET MACQUAEIE— Wellington, To man ow, S p.m. NAMBUCCA EIVEE— Eosedale, Satur- . day, 9 p.m. BTBON BAY— Wyrallah, To-morrow, 9 p.m. ?- BKLLINGEE BIVEE— Saturday, 9 p.m. No cargo received « after 5 p.m. ? BICKARD COOKE, Secretary. mHE NEWCASTLE AND HUNTEE BIVEB _fi STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED.— PASSENGER ETEAMEliS NIGHTLY (Sunday excepted), at 11.30. from ] SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE. Wh;.rf, foot of Market- ' street. F. J. THOMAS, Manager. PAEBAMATTA EIVEE STEAMEBS AND J TEAMWAY CO., LTD. WEEK BAYS: 1 The Times Marked thusS* are from No. 4 Jetty, Circular - Quay. TOE LONGNOSE and COCKATOO— 7, 8, 9, 16, 11*. 12, 1, 2, 3, 3.30, 4.15, 5.15, C.15, 7, S, 9, 10.30, 11.15. DRUMMOYNE and HUNTER'S HILL— 7. 8,9, 9.30*, 10, 11», 11.30, 12, 1, :.', 3, 3.30, 4.15, 4.45*. 5.15, 5.45, G.15, 7, 8,9, 10.30, 11.15. VILLA MAEIA-7, S, 9, 9.30*, 10, 11*, 11.30, 12, 1, 2, ' 3, 4.15, 5.15, 6.15, 10.30. GLADESYTLLE- 7, 8, 9, 9.30*, 16, 11*, 11.30, 12, 1, 2, ? 3, 4.15, 5.15, 5.45, 6.15, 7, 8, 9, 10.30, 11.15. EYDE— 7, 8, 9,9.30*. 10, 11*. 11.30, 12, 1, 2, 3*. 4.15, j 5.15, 6.15, 7, 8. 10.30, 11.15, J PAEEAMATTA— 9.3G*, 10, 11*, 11.30, 2, 3*, 5.15. CABAEITA (Cotrej's Gardens), BUEWOOD, FIVE DOCK— 7, £,£', 11*. 12, 1,2,3, 4.15, 5.15. Boats leaving1 Sydney ordinarily at noon and 1 p.m. will J en Saturdays start at 12.15 and 1.15 p.m. J GEO. W. DONAL©, ] Manager. 8CHNAPPEE FISHING^— Steamer Marramarra will . leave Princes Stairs, Circular Quay, TO-MOEEOW MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Bait provided; 6s. On board. ____^ ? CAPT. KING. , OCHNAPPER Fishinsr.— Steamer Sir Wm. Wallace Q leaves Pyrmont BriJgj Thurs morn 6.30, Bald Bock 7, Dawe's Point 7.30, Wooliooinooloo 9, fare 5s, bait prov'd. EISHING. — We have a Great Assortment of all Lines, i Books, Bods, Eeels, Flies, and all Fishing requisites. ? EASTWAY BEOTHEES, 411 Georze-st. : ? I Personal!, -&c& ^Advertisements under this heading are charged 2s 6d ? for three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] 'HT^EANK BTJEKE, iate Melbourne.^Call Bega House, B* 173 Kfint-st, Sydney, or anyone giving information of Lis whereabouts. ? 't XT ILL Mrs. Castle, late of Hillston, N.S.W., com Vt municate with her brother, Dipper Carter, Cunna- I mulla, Queensland. ? ____^_ , PAVIOUK, Mrs. G. (maiden name C.M.S.) — Mother i dying in Sydney. Moi-uya., Boudi Pest Office. ? | 'TRST7 ILL dark young LADY (dressed in blue), who saw I V V fair Gent at liondi Junction 12 o'clock Saturday, ?write, making appointment, to N. GERBAKD, G.P.O., ; city. ? XY.Z.— Come this week; telegraph Park-st P.O. day j a before place closed. Jack. ? MB. MUBEAY, late Beale's, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney, CALL Post Office, four letters, addressed Mr. . A. Andrew and James Murray, for you. ? U~b'b'e~L L BEOTHEBS, : ? 509 GEOBGfi-STREET, SYDNEY (Near Town Hall). MUBBELL BROS.1 FAMOUS TEA, Is 3dlb MUBRELL BKOS.' FAMOUS TEA, Is 3d lb : MUKEELL BEOS.' FAMOUS TEA, Is 3d lb. Is 2Jd lb in 241b Quarter-chests, £1 Ss each. Is 2d lb in 451b Half-chests, £2 12s Gti each. NOTHING LIKE IT ANYWHERE ! Used daily by Thousands upon Thousands ef Consumers ; all over New South Wales, And B -commended by JiYEBYONE who has omee Tried it. , Single Pounds from Our Tea Warehouse Only. Mi'EliELL BJZOS.' Is 3d TEA WOSTH2&, 15A. — Delicious Tea. Largest Sale in Australia. , 3s3dlb lsSJdlt Is2dlb lsldlb In 111b In 241b In 451b In 2451b Boxes, Quarter-chests, Half-chests, Half-chests, 13s 9d £1 9s £2 12s 6d £4 17s 6d Each. Each. Each. Each. NET Weights, delivered in City and Suburbs dally, and forwarded in above quantities, carriage paid, to aay railway station or port ia New South Wales. Terms strictly cash. Country Cheques to include 6d Exchange. EM. EILEY (late of Detective Force), 51 and 53 .. SYDNEY AECADE. -, Inquiries of every description conducted with secrecy aad dispatch. Evidence procured in Divos.ce and other cases. Copies of Wilis, Deeds, Certificates of Birth, Mar riage, or Deuth procui-ed from any part of the world. ? 'B \ ETECTIVE COOKE has resiguedfrom the Police Force JLP and opened a High-class Private INQtf IEY OFFICE at 133 King-st, Sydney. Husbunds, Debtors, Lost Valu ables, &c, found. Testimonials from Judges, Magistrates, Solicitors, Chief Police Officers, and others may be seen. EOE Divorces, consult Private .Detective Cooke, 133 ? King-st, Sydney. Quick and reliable. ? SMOKE only Three Star Tobacco, awarded Government Prize ; kept by all Tobacconists and Storekeepers. Agents— M'Carthy and Co., 669 George-st, Haymarket. A ETHUB, try Foster's White Shirts at 4s 6d, without doubt the best value in Sydney. Only address, 12 Toe Strand. ? . SECBET OF A BEAUTEFUI, FACE. (Eegistered.) This elegant and Harmless Parisian Toilet Prepara tion forwarded to any address on receipt of 5s 6d. MAYNE, Chemist, 203 Oxford-st. opp Courthouse. SYDNEY. — You can have, Sent free, Dorothy Tennant's Beautiful Academy Picture, ' HEADS OVEE TAILS/* by forwarding to LEVEE BEOS., Ltd., 232 Clarence street, Sydney, 25 SUNLIGHT SOAP WEAPPEES; with fifty it will be framed, and with 100 framed in gilt. Don't buy cheap adulterated s«aps,or your health will coffer. Thousands of homes have been made happier by using SUNLIGHT SOAP. No rough hands with SUNLIGHT. A QUALIFIED Medical Practitioner is open to take resident Invalids, ladies and children preferred. gos809, G.P.O. ? HAVE you seen the neat Advertisement of St. Davids Oil between King and Market sts, city. No. 117, up the gateway. Ktccttares and ScrmonEc &Cc TJRIM. Meth. Church, Albion-st.— Mm MTTanght -4J preaches at 7.30 nightly, and next Sunday 11 and 7.
Public Notices. IVTOTICE to Creditors.— In the Estate of Samuel George L^l Davidson, late of 296 Sussex-street. Creditors are eqnested to send in their Claims against the above estate n or before June 10 inst. to the undersigned. PEEDEKICK GANNON and SONS, Solicitors for the Estate, Federal Chambers. King-street. Rn'EW SOUTH WALEiS COMMsilON L^j for the WOELD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, 1S93. APPLICATIONS FOB SPACE should be sent in to the tniersjened not later than 30th JUNE nest. Any information required by intending exhibitors, space arms, and circulars of all kinds, con be obtained without lelayon application addressed to the Offices, at 73 Phillip treet, Sydney. ALEX. CUMMING, ? Secretary. fEOBEET DOHEETY, will not be responsible for any , debts contracted by my wife. Brinsley-rd, Liverpool. pEBPEEN Fish Markets, behind Bellevue Hotel, will tJk) be opened as a general market next Saturday even ug. All sorts of goods. Boll up. rSOBEETS'S 'WINE AND SPERIT . S3SOBE. SIABKET and GEOEGE STEEETS. KEST-CLASS WINES and SPIEITS, Single Bottle, Gallon, or Case. SOBEBTS'S SPECIAL WHISKT; ior Influenza, 5s per Bottle. SINE -OLD 2AI.E BEANBY, XEISH:AiTD SCOTCH WHISKT. 4s per Bottle. BUM, for Ceugbs and Colds. POET WINE, for Invalids. BOBEBTS'S SINGLE BOTTLE BEPjtETMENTi ? STAEKET and GEOEGE STREETS. ? T\n. JOHN MACLEOD, CM., M.D..M.C.P. andL.C.S., U re£istered ty Medical Boardof N.S.W., late Surgeon ^nperintendent of Totara. Hospital, New Zealand; Eoyal infirmary, Glasgow; Iniirmary. Inverness; Eoyal In irmary, Liverpool, may he CONSULTED at Aust. Phar naey, 271, Pitt-st, near bchool ot Arts, from 10 a,m. x- 9 p.m. Advice and medicine, 33^ ? BALLS, Parties, Lectures, &c.— 1000 Chairs, 50 Drawing room Suites, Table Decorations, &c, For Hire. A. 3. Pyke, 247 Pitt-st. ? I SHALL NOT BE EESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS contracted i.y my Wife, Ellen Harris, who left home -n her own account. ? THOMAS HARRIS. MARSHALL BBOTHEBS much have pleasure in notifying their Friends and the Public generally that they have resumed the Management -f their former premises, known as THE CITY DEUG EMPORIUM, 410 GEOEGE-STBEET (next Stewart, Dawson, and Co.'s), mi hare decided to sell all Patent Medicines, Pure Drugs, Druggists' Sundries, &c, at wholesale prices, for any single ixticle. Prescriptions Accurately and Faithfully Dispensed upon similar terms. N.B.— MARSHALL'S TONIC !NERVINE, the popular Kemedy, is carefully prepared from the Choicest Drugs mly. ? rnOE INDIGESTION. STEEE'S BHTTBABB and GINGKE PILLS. F. E. SLOPEB, fole Maker, Oxford-street, Sydney. Meetings. RA.O.B., Midlothian Lodge, No. 12, meets Hostess ? Webster's Hotel, King-st, Newtown, THIS EVEN lNG, 8 o'clock. Special business. Two trials by jury. All Snffs invited. E. E. BUBN, Secretary. ? PEOPOSED BANQUET TO THE HON. DE. ESNWICK. A PBELiaCINABY MEETING of parties favorable to a BANQUET being given to the Hon. Dr. Eon-nick prior to us departure to represent the colony as Executive Com nissioner at the Chicago Exhibition will be held at the roi7* Hall THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY) the 8th inst, at 4 ).m. His Worship the Mayor will preside. NO. 150 L.O.L. meets Oddfellows' Hall, Meunt-st. North Sydney, on Wednesday, 8th inst, at S p.m. Morses. Vehicles* -&c f Advertisements under this heading are charged 2s 6d For three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid. ~| ALAEGE Variety of Buggies, Sulkies, Sociables, Village and Spring Carts, Express 'Waggons, Harness, &c; both new and second-hand. M'Namara's Horse Bazaar, L57 Castlereagh-st. ? OOUTEB AND COMPANY, 13 Corner Hay and Sussex streets. Importers every description of Coach builders' Materials. Lar^e Shipments of English and American Goods Landing and to Arrive. PIANO BOX, BODIES, Painted and in the 'WTiite. The Ferguson Boad and Speeding Carts. ? Sarven Wheels, Shafts, Buggy Hoods, &q, &e. ? jT^OVERED Springcart, nearly new, young Horse, 4 years \_/ old, and Harness; any trial. Samuel Pelglase, 'White- st. Leichhardt. ? FOB Sale, Gig, Sulky, and Harness, in good order, cheap. No. 36 Arthur-st, Leichhardt. ? PAGNEL Cart, Horse and Harness, £10, lot or separate. J. M'Kay, George-st, Mount Morgan Estate, Granville EXPRESS Wagpons. Sulkies, Village Carts, Single seated Buggies, cheap; repairs. A. Isaacs, 163 Cleveland-st. ? FOB Sale, a licensed Cab and 2 Horses. Mrs. Biedy, 12 Broughton-st, Glebe. ? FOB Sale, Horse, Spring or Pagnel Cart, and Harness ; together or separate. 52 Marlborough-st, near cor ner Crown and DevcDsbire sts, Surry Hills. FOE Sale, single double Lorries, Tipdrays, Brick Drays, Waggonette Wheels. Wilson, wheelwright, 726Harris-s FIBST-CLASS varnished Sulky, also new pony sulky and business cart. 8 Hartiey-st, Balmain west. FOE Sale, Butcher's Cutting Cart, also Set of Harness, ? in good order. Mr. Frame, Auburn. ? FOE Sale, fast Mare, Cart, and Harness, together or separate. Croxon, 43 Old Parramatta-rd, F. Lod^e. Tjn~;OB SALE, the Choice of two medium Draught _SJ MARES, brown and bay, 5 and 6 yrs, suit van, town iray, or lorry, any trial, £14 and £16, must sell one. WAENE'S Limeworks, St. Peters. ? *'^-USEION-TYBED Safety. Lowest price and particu V^ lars, F. W. Beardsmere, Livingstone-st, Petersham. 'jnr OEtE, Harness, and light Van wanted to purchase, JOL on «asy terms. Hawker, Redfem Post Office. SULKY, fey Keary Bios., very fast quiet pony and har ? ness, lot £14. 460 Elizabeth-st, Straw. Hills. FOB Sale, Pony, stylish, fast, 14 hands, 4 years, Sulky and Harness, cheap. Alice and Hawken sts, Newtown. WANTED Pagnel or Village Cart, Horse, and Harness, must be good lot. 203 Parramatta-rd, Leichhardt FOB Sale, Eorse, Cart, and Harness, cheap, suit grocer or greengrocer. 12 Market Buildings, George-st. EOE Sale, light ExpTess 'WassoK, 3 Sulkies, light, good, and cheap. Gearside, 563 King-st, Newtown. £s »^ ? Wanted, Gig or Pony Dogcart, good. Semd parti -g^O culars. no dealers, Z.Z., Pout Office, Bomtiala. TTT^OR Sale, C«od Horse, sound, any trial, arid Nickel Xl Harness. Noumea, corner Brighton, Station st. Petersham. ? O~S BEY Horse, 16 hands, good goer, stand tram, any trial. fj|' Price £20. 62 Devonshire-st. ? WAREHOUSE CAKT, suit grocer, price £8 10s ; well finished small Villag-e Cart, seat 4, price |£9 10s. Mr. Eavens, coachpainter, er Trafalgar and Booth sts, An nandale. ? 2SPEINGCARTS, nearly new, price £7 and £6 10s ; Wag gonette, grand order, £8 10s; pr Cab Wheels, good, 35s. Cr Norton and William nts, Leichhardt. ? HEAVY Boan Dray Horse, 17 hands, 7yrs old, 2 ton trial, £7; or exchange for lighter ene. 272 Nortoa-st, Leichhardt. ? BAKER'S Cart, nearly new, fitted with patent drawgear, cheap; mast sell. C. Dewhurst, blacksmith, NeUen Bt, Annandale. SEGOND-ffAND American Express, «r Under Carriage, carry SOewt. By letter, Hayes, 334 Castlereagh-st. DOUBL&SEATED Buggy and two good second-hand Counters. Hinly, shop, near Duke EdinburghHotel, Enmore-rd. ? ^ ? XHOB Sale, one Van, good as new. S. Ottery, Maria-st, ff^ . ? Newtown. ? FOB Sale, Dealer's Van, Horse, Harness, in good order; no further nse ; price, £7 10s. 45 Newtowr-rd. ? EOB Sale, Horse, Cart, and Harness, cheap; £6. 75 ? M'Dofcald-st, M'Donaidtown. ? FOB Sale, Dray and Harness, cheap ; also Cooking ? Stove. 137 Botany-rd. Waterloo. HORSE, sound, and subject to trial ; price £4 10s. G. ? W. Langford, 31 Oxford-st. Waverley. ? AGISTMENT. — Persons wishing turn out horses, ic, Large Bun, securely fenced, plenty grass, permanent water. J. H. STANFIELD, 'Littleham,' St. Mary's. For partioulars— W. Jacobs, Plough Ian, Summer Hill.
^ Wanted; rAdvertisementE under this headingore charged 2s Sd for three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] % a /'ANTED, MEDICAL OFFICER for BlackaU Dis V y trict Hospital. Salary, £303. Applications must be in the bands of the undersigned by 4 o'clock 1st July. SANDFOED H. NEVILLE, Secretary B.D. Hospital, Queensland. . _ WETNUBSE Wanted. Dr. Simmons, 62 Alberto Terrace, Darlinghurst. STONEBEEAKERS Wanted. 'Wilson ani Co., Store ? keepers, Berry. ? WANTED, Girl, 14, good respectable home, clothes and pocket meney in return. W.W., Honeysuckle Point P.O., Newcastle. ? ^ WANTED, Shirt and Collar Ironer ; one that can polish preferred. Mrs. C. Penny, 36 Alfred-jrt. off Balmnin-rd. ? 'fe % / ANTED, by kind Mother, the Care of a Child, lost V V her own. S., Mother, Oxferd-st Post Office. WANTED, elderly Woman, comfortable home, small wages, housework only. Kooney's Store, Hender son-rd, Alexandria. WANTED, Canvassers, ladies or gents, large commis ? sion. Argent Tea Co., Boyal Arcade. ? fTlIPCARTEBS wanted, fillirg and levelling. Between 8 m_ ? and 9 a.m., 82 Pyrmont Bridge-rd, Glebe. ? W' ANTED, first-class Shirt and Collar Ironer. French ? Laundry, 38 Brisbane-st. ? ?ffT^r ANTED, a Bricldayer. City Saw Mills, Bruitt-st. W' ANTED, -a Man, to 'drive a cab. Appin Villa, 102 Pyrmont Bridge-rd, Forest Lodge Tram Terminus, before 9 a.m. ? . ? WANTED, good Shirt and Collar Ironers, day «r piece work. Sedfern Steam Laundry, 451 Cleveland st, Darlington. ? ?^S7 ANTED, GKOOM, -who thoroughly understands v T horses and willing to make hiniseif usetul, used to Jbus horses preferred ; board and residence and good wages to f*od man. On Thursday, 7 Islington-st, continuation of Gowrie-st, Newtown. Department of Mines and Agriculture, Sydney, 25th April, 1892. A PPLICATIONS, accempanied by testimonials are in f\ vited for one or two positions as Geological Sur veyor, at salaries of £400 ana £3C0 per annum respectively. Address : The Snder-Secretary for Mines, Sydney, New South Wales. Applications will be received at this Office np to The 31st July proximo. HAEEIE WOOD, ? Under-Secretary for Mines and Agriculture. _ rf-^OLONIAL SUGAB BEFINING COMPANY, LD. The MEN required at the Company's Mills, on the Clarence and Richmond Rivers, will be engaged there on FEIDAY, the Sth of JULY ; and at their Condong Mill, Tweed River, on FRIDAY, the 15th of JULY. Those who have in former years been employed by the Companv should inform the Managers of the Mills at least a Fortnight before the date fixed for the start if they intend to apply for wort this season. EDW. W. KNOX, General Af-mager. AGIEL Wanted, 14 to 16, for light housework. Photo grapher, 166 J«hn-st, Pyrmont. ? WANTED, Girl, 12 or 14 years, used to housework. ? Fitzroy Laundrj, Cowper-st, Waverley. ? SMART Active Boy for milk cart, early riser. 1 Went worth-st, Glebe. ? WILL some kind Gentleman Lend Lady £5, pay back ? weekly instalments. M. Hardy, Newtown P.O. WANTED, an old Man for poultry farm. T. Hales, ? Druitt Town. ? WANTED, a strong, tidy Lad for outside work, good wages. T. Kidd, pastry cook, Granville. ? 'Tf/S 7 ANTED, Man to Rant Cab and two horses. 95 Vl' ? George-st, Waterloo. ? A EESPECTABLE Person wishes to Adopt a newly J\ born Baby (must be fair), small premium required ; immediate. Trust. Post Office, St. Peters. Genuine. A KIND motherly Person wants a Baby to Care. No. 7 Little Cleveland-st, off Chelsea-st, Moore Park. WANTED Known— Dresses, fashionably made, from ? 5s fid ; children's, from 2s 6a. 143 Puke-st, nr Wm-st INSOLVENTS' Schedules, £1; rent warrants executed, rents collected, mortgages negotiated. James and Co., HO Liverpool-st. Wanted to Essy. 'IT EFT-OFF Clothing, &c., bought. Letters attended by B I ? Mr. or Mrs. Woolf, 176 Bay-st, GleL-». ? TT ADIES' and Gentlemen's Left-off Clothing, Boots, and B It Sundries bought Letters attended. Mr. or Hrs. GuDbins, 69 George-st_west. ? TO Country Firewood Merchants. — Quote Price per Truck to Newtown Station. Wood Merchant, New town P.O. ? WALNUT Cottaqe Piano, in splendid condition, £23. ? TerriU, 53 Glebe-rd. ? ALL Kinds Foreign Moneys Bought and Sold at David Bernstein's, 169 Susses-st, next Dundee Arms, bet Market and King sts. ? MR., MISS MITCHELL gives highest price Ladies', Geuts' J,eft-o2 CLOTHING, A.trficial Teeth, Jewel lery bought ; Portmanteaus, Bags. Letters punc attended. 6 Maequarie-st S. ? WANTED, Pair Jeweller's 3Mn Boilers and Dentist's ? Portable Grinding Lather W., Camperdown P.O. BED Barb Pisreons, wanted a few, reasonable price. ? State price. Bos 965, G.P.O. ? ] ME. and MES. MILLAED buy Ladies' and Gentle meu's Left-off Clothing. Lettersatt. 131 Bathurst-st. SMALL Harmonium or American Organ wanted ; con dition no obiect. 53 Glebe-rd. ? rff^O Butchers. — Wanted, pair Beam Scales, a good Filler 4. and Pump. D37,E.N. Office. ? ~A QINCH DUPLICATE MAIN, Potts Hill to Sydney. Zg^(3 ? Wanted to Buy tcr Cash, a. Quantity ot TOOLS, j Timber, and Plant, suitable for above Work. GILLIVEE | and CURTIS, Ashiield. ? WANTED to Purchase, Household Furniture, Pianos, j Plate, &c, large or small quantities. J. Clarke, | corner Bourke and. Williajn sts, Woolloomooloo. ? WANTED, Furniture, large or small lots, highest price, cash, at once. O'Malley's, 103 Woohnloo-st. -B~S OUSEHOLD and Office Furniture, job lines, andmis gni celJaneous goods for cash; save auctioneers* ex penses. J. Vanpraae, dealer, 247 Ehzabeth-st, city^ ? WANTED, oldP«stageStampsof Australasia prior to 1870, and any old stamps issued at from 2s up. Wanted by Smyth and Co., 14 Hunter-st. ? 'tTST' ANTED to Purchase, 5 or 6 Water TANKS ; must V V be in good condition. State particulars as to class, price, &c., also 1 6 feet Bath. THOS. INGLfcS, Hardwick, The Oaks. ? Tr EFT-OFF Clothins, Boots, Books, Sundries. Letters I A personally attended to by Mr., Mrs. White, 99 Liver pool-st, near George-st. EARLY AUSTRALIAN EELICS, such as Old Books, Newspapers, and other Documents, Coins, Curios, Postage Stamps, -fcc., BOUGET and SOLD. ? SMYTH and CO., 14 Hunter-st. WANTED, those giving up Business in town or country to know that I am a Cash Purchaser to sxlj amount for all kinds of goods, including job lines. Confidence, 77 Macarthur-st, Ultimo. ? LD ZINC and ZINC LININGS BOUGHT in any Quantities. Best price given. LYSAGHT BKOS. and CO., Limited, ? ^ ? 29 O'Connell-st. MES. MUEPHY and SON, Left-off Ciothing bought for the country ; 55 per cent given above other dealers ; letters promptly attended to. 26 Goulburn-st, between George and Sussex sts. ? PIGEONS.— Pigeons wanted in any quantity, best price given. 'W. S. Woodward, 839 George-st. WANTED to Buy, Bails to fit Butcher's Shop, 22x 18. ? Bnteher, Post Office, Concord. ? PIANO wanted, out of repair would do. Particulars and price, A.J.S., Evenibg News Office. ? ' MBS. SMITH, 120 Bathnrst-st, will Buy Ladies and Gentlemen's Left-off Clothing. Highest prices given. WANTED, Half or Quarter Plate Hand Camera, Whole Plate Camera and BE Lens, Cabinet Portrait Lens. Bromide, Evektng News. ? WANTED, Goat, good milker, delivered at railway ? station. State lowest price, J.L., Fairfieia P.O. ~K7'OUNGEB Stove, 2ft 6in,new or second-hand; state j[_^ ? price. Stove, P.O., Oxford-st. ? MISTRESS Stove Wanted, about 3ft, second-hand. ? G.S., E. News Office. ? OLD AUSTRALASIAN STAMPS used on letters from 1850 to 1870 ; also, old collections bought, highest prices paid. D. A. VTNDIN and CO., THE STAMP DEPOT. NEWADDEESS— 74 Elizabeth-st, near Kiasf-et. Military Motices. Naval Brigade Office, Sydney, 7th June, 1892. TWAVAIi BEIGADE to MTJSTEB Circular Quay, 7.45 J3l p.m., THURSDAY, 9th imstant. , . Dress : Bine. Band to attend. . By command. - r ^ ' ~* GEO. S. XINDEMAN, B.N., Commander. -|- ET HE Hff THE KNOW, TOU KNOW. Sib of PERFECT BLEND Ceylon, China, Indian TEAS lot Si 8cU TH©B. S. GBD»EH,7B*eeoat,Hsyaiarlcet.
Xiost aii«I Fouisd. [Advertisements under this headixg are charged 2s 6d for three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] 1' OST, Fox-Terrier Dog, answers Pat or Paddy, steel - jl_J chain collar. Handsome reward. 22 Clevelond-st, Darlington. ?jFJEWAB.D,«JE)L— Last, small bay Mare, iranded-TD nr JTai shoulder, had'naller 'on. J. M*Cby, Canterbury. EOST, in Gipps-st or Forest Lodge tram, early. Monday morning, Gold Pendant, brown stone. Finder re warded. 12S Gipps-st, Surry Hills.. 1' OST, Brown Betriever Pup, White Streak down neck, _M_J chain on. Reward. 27 Terminus-st, off Geo-st west LOST, Ruby and Diamond Ring en 6th iustant. Eeward ' ? i-dn;; delivery to 396a George-st. ? TJEWAED, £1 10s.— Lost Tan and White Collie Slut. H _|OL Dempster, 259 Parramatta-rd, Leichhardt. ? LOST, from Marrickville 'bus, Brown Leather Bag, con taining Book. Reward if returned Ivanhoe, Chaple st, Marrickville. TT OST, roan Cow, brand EE rump, one horn damaged. l_j ? Reward. R. Garvoek, Clyde Dairy. Jj^OUND in train. Purse, containing money and keys. J Letter, describing to L.G., Kogarah P.O. ^lANTEBEURY.— Man leading two horses who picked V^/up Parasol near Bridge return Canterbury P.O. Reward TT OST, on Monday evening, either on 7 boat from Manly I J or between Manly Wharf and Theatre Eoyal, Moon! stone and Diamond BROOCH. Reward 32 Castlereagh-st. Situations Wanted. [Advertisements under this heaiucg are charged 2s 6dfor three consecutive insertions pi 16 words, prepaid.] ''KTOTJNG Man, quick at figures and writing, seeks Em ¥ ployment, whole or partial time or evenings. G19, E.N. '^TOTING Lady would give servicesforcomfortable home, B ? ' country preferred. L.M.., Auburn. ? /^ABPENTJSK and Joiner wants work town or country. \^/ ? J. S. R., Newsagency, Marrickville. AS Working Housekeeper and thorough Needlewoman, to Christian. Widower, with children, good refs. E. A. C, Avoca, Albert Parade, Ashfield. WANTED, by respectable married Woman, washing or Cleaning by the day. M.A., Post Omce, Oxiord-st. 'E 75T IDO W, with child S years, wants place up country. yy ? E.D., S2 JFoveaux-st, Surry Hills. ? WANTED, Situation as Housemaid, so objection to _ hotel, i?ood refs. A.E.S., 50 Bay-st, G-leue. ITgRINTEE'S General Hand Disengaged, case, machine ; JL_ country preferred. Thomas Hacneii, 302 Jones-st, Ultimo. YOUNG Person from the country having learnt her trade at dressmaking- is anxious to obtain SITUA TION in gentleman's family as Needlewoman, assist in Housework ; open two days. 109 Phillip-st, opp Kedfern Pk. W' ANTED, Situation for little GirL light housework, mind baby, or company. Mrs. Flynn, 96 Bay-st, Ultimo. WANTED to place a Lad of 15 as an Apprentice to the ? Haii dressing. 4 Aewtown-rd, Darlington. ? WANTED, by respectable Woman, Washing, Is doz, ? and work by day. L. H. , Oxford-st Post Office. AS Working Housekeeper on station or farm, with boy 15. Housekeeper, 48 Denham-st, Glebe. WANTED, by trustworthy Girl, Situation, General Servant, open week. By letter, B. A., 172 E'beth-st. To Burefc, [Advertisements under this heading are charged 2e 6dfor three eonseeutire insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] fT-nO Let, 4 large Rooms, gas, paddock, 3d bus, close to K. 5 Station, rent 10s. Key first terrace past Bicketty-st, Cook's Eiver-rd. ? BROADWAY, Glebe, at the Junction of Parramatta and Glebe Point Koads, SHOP to Let, at reasonable rent. Keys at University Hotel. J. G. H. SWAIN, SI, Pitt-st, Sydney. ? 'TK/STr OOLLOOMOOLOO-LANE.— 2 convenient houses V V lls. J. G. H. Swain, agent, 81 Pitt-st. ? -g 6~J GLEBE-ROAD. — HOUSE, in good order, contain B £i ing 6 rooms, kitchen, bathroom, with copper and shed, having verandah and balcony, rent 25s. ? J. G. H. SWAIN, 81 Pitt-street. rf~^(AEPETS fcier-t For, Cleaned, and Belaid, moderate -Ly charges. E. G. Grace, Sydney Carpet Grounds, Rusk cutter Hay. ? fg~\O LET, at Penshurst Station, furnished or net, KIN jL TAIL HOUbJi and S5 acres Grazing and Agricultural Land, elevation 300 feet, no fogs, 12 large rooms, con servatory, 2 dressing rooms, hot a^d cold water bath, gas, stables, coachhouse, stockyard, piggery, fowlhouse, farm. An inspection anv day will secure a tenant valuing health and comfort. MYLBS McKAE, ilarket Wharf. nr\O Clothing Manufacturers and Others.— TO LET, g Campbell-st, Raymarket, first or second PLAT, in oue loom, 100 x 50, with splendid light; low rent. H. S. PIEREMONT, 128 The Strand, Pitt-st. ? f'B '\O Let, House, 6 rooms, good yard, newly dona up. H. ' ti ? Childs, No. 1 Dale-st, Chippendale. ? g~^\ LEBE — To Let, a clean 4-roomed House, 9s (in advance) \JC ? to a small family. Key at 44 Ultimo-st. ? PLAINLY Furnished House, 4 rooms, kitchen, wash house, bath, good views, 22s 6d. H. Gardener, House Agent, Allison's-rd, Kandwick. ? -J^TO. 32 Smith-st, Camperdown, with Large yard, to Let. JJ^ ? ijurfitt, 65 Market-6t. ? MOORE PARK: — HOUSE, 3 large comfortable rooms, 113; House, 2 nice clean comfortable rooms, kitchen, 10s ; House. 2 nice clean rooms, 9s. Mrs. WALTER SMART, 499 Dowling-st, Moore Park. ? C^LEAN comfortable 4-roomed Houses, only 10s. S j Botany View Terrace, Union and Newman sts.Newt'wn fg^O LET, Furnished, Comfortable COTTAGE, 4 rooms _g_ and kitchen, nice view, gas stove, 2 allotments, back and front verandahs, healthy. 73 Gipps-st, Balmain. XV\Q Let, 81 Gipps-st, one door from Macquarie-st South, I four rooms, kitchen, hall, Lulcony, &c., rent 16s. G. D. itosE, 128 Macquarie-st South. ? Oj \O Let, Paddington, 66 Victoria-st, House with three Jl rooms and kitchen, rent 9s. 91 Uaderwood-at. rf-^OMFORTABLE Cottages, 9s, 10s. Mrs. Croker, 46 \^j Chamber-st, ott Bay-st, Ultimo, near Wentworth fark. SHOP and Dwelling to Let. 59 'Windmill-st, Miller's ? Point. Good position. ? A HOUSE to Let, containing six rooms, bath, wash /% house. 3 Dunwell Terrace, Marian-st, Enmore. l£ent 15s. 4~- LEBE. — To Let, a clean Cottage, 3 rooms, large yard. ^TT for 9s, in advance to a married couple. Key at 6. Gardens, off 14 Glebe-st. ? ; ? GLEBE,— To Let, a clean Cottage, 3 rooms, larse yard and copper, for lls to a married couple. Key at 4 Norton-st. ? . ? C3 HOPS, with Plate-izlass Fronts, to LET at Broadway, £3 Glebe, with counters and fittings; suitable for sta tioners, confectioners, milliners, and others ; small rents. Keys at University Hotel. J. G. H. SWAIN, 81 Pitt-st. TO Let, Part of large Shed with 3?erge, suit blacksmith or wheelwright. 21 XJnion-st, Newtown. A -BOOMED Cottae-e, washhouse, copper, and bath, close *jj tram, train, 10s. 95 Wellington-st,' Newtown. ? CLEAN, Dry, Comfortable Cottage, 3 rooms, washhouse, kitchen, shed, p. w. c, bk entrance. 64 Bay-st, Glebe. TO 1EC, DETACHED COTTAGE, 4 bedroonis, draw ing and sitting rooms, folding doors, dining-room, kitchen,- pajitry, bathroom and laundry, gas and water IMd on, nice garden. Mrs. Alphen, Gjasnerin, Alt-st, Ashfield. 5-BSOMED Cottage, washhouse, copper, and bath. 5min from Station. Marguerite, Prospect-rd, Summer Hill STIIiXiiNG and WAGSTAFE have to IjET Verj Superior HOUSE, lOiooms, garden, stabling, cen. trality of position, and more than common conveniences ; plenty of ground; fair rental. Oxford-st, Paddington, Also. HOUSES at 8s, 10s, 12s, 13s, 16s, 18s, IDs, 21s, 258,35s, 40s. - - ? ? - - , A SOUSE, 4rooms, &c., Hegarty-lane, ofE Oxford-st, 9s, ? J. Kidman, Oxford-st. ' ? PYBMONT.— Houses to Let, near bridge, 4 rooms, 13s, ? J. G. H. Swain, SI Pitt-st. ? -y El 3ffiE IN ' -THE KNOW, TOU KNOW. 31b of PERFECT BLEND Ceylon, China, Indian TEAS for 8a 8d. - TJtOB. St OEDDES, 7M Geo-St, HajruMtlcet.
MaeliiEiepya &O, MACHINEEY EXCHANGE, 107 Kent-street North, f opposite FhigstaS HilL — Engines and Machinery of every Mud, New and Second-hand. The most complete o: and extensive display in Australia. Contractor's Plant, c- Waggons, Locomotives, &c. a B. G. WATKINS and Co,, Sole Agents for Eliza Tinsley's Beliable Engineeriag and 'Wood-working Machinery, ? 187 KENT-STBEET NOBTH. ? TAMES COWAN, BUILDEES' EXCHANGE, '1 fj 266 Pitt-street, J Invites Builders and Contractors to call and inspect C Stock of Steam Cranes, Hoisting Engines, Mortar Wills, Z Hard Cranes, &c Also a most complete Steam Joinery Plant, quite new, a bargain. ? i g~^\ AS ENGINE, 2 h. power, by the best of English '] VJT makers, an exceptionally strong engime, every part - being in thoroughly good order and condition. For price, | apply or write to Evenqig News Office. ? 6OE 8 Horse Portable Engine and Boiler Wanted. Note ; ? price to X, Box 339 .G.P.O. ? -? \ m£E Celebrated Grime Gas Engine is stocked by S. L. i 1 Scrutton and Co.. 11 Pitt-st. 1 ESati'MBaoEssal, &c. f Advertiiememts under this heading are charged' 2s 6dfor f three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] ; j C3 EAFABING OFFICES would like to Correspond with . . K3 young LADY, from 20 to 25, view matrimony; must be good-looking. ' Enclose photo. - Officer, G.P.O. — . ? — — ? t * ? ? ? - ? *-* - - I Hotels. : [Advertisements -under this heading are charged 2s 6d for three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] ABMXDALE. — Visitors to Armidale. — Stay at KICKTTfUT'S TMPEBIAL HOT3EL. ? j HILLGBOVE. — Visitors to Hillgrove Stop at j SULLINGS'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ? ! KTATWA. — Tourists, Commercials, Visitors stop at Moore's Brighton Hotel, nndouDtedly the best , house in Kiama; near Blowhole. ? J OHELLHARBOE, Future Brighton. - Tourists andvisi JS tors stop at YELL'S NEW EOYAL HOTEL, un- , doubteslly the best house on the South Coast; ? KT * tvt 4 J — Visitors obtain the greatest comfort and ? receive the best attention. Tory's Hotel. T^TEWCASTLE. — Visitors to Newcastle stop at Centen i -i nial Hotel. Comfort and convenience. Opp railway sfn. TICTOEIA Coffee Palace.— Ladies can dine upstairs for ? One. Shilling. J. Thomas, proprietor. 20S Pitt-st. ?^^?7' J. GILLETT, Picton, Stargard House, private ' W ? accommodation for families, all home comforts, . 4s and Ss day. rinHIBLilERE Family Hotel, opp the . station, 5s, £s per - JL day, shooting, salubrious climate. Mrs. J. Parlour. PiCTON Lakes.— Mrs. E. Eldridge, Proprietress. 1129 j . above sea level ; day 5s, week 30s. Boat free. ? I . fTHHE Sydney Coffee Palace, Sir John Young's Crescent, j . 1 opposite Domain. Terms, from 25s upwards weekly, j i QiYDNEY.— Wentworth Hotel, Church Hiil, most com- ' f3 fortablv convenient, and centrally situated; 8s6dday, 50s per week. Telegrams, letters, attention. Mrs. Hayes, ] Proprietress. ' 'JXEAEMAE.' — Doctors say that the winter climate I O is unsurpassable. Kusn's ' Willow Vale,' oldest ] and most comfortable house. ? '. LINDESAY HALL, Colo Vale, Southern Mountains.— , Superior accommodatiott, special winter terms. Mild, i bracing climate. Mrs. Fitzx-atrick. ? ; jf^HAELIE! Meet the Earl at Luncheon to-morrow, 12.30, \_y ? Black's Hotel, St Market-st. ? j SYDNEY.— Garrick Theatre, Castlereagh-st. Bottle De partment will be opened next week. Single Bottle at '. wholesale price. -f.^ OULBUEN. — Yes, oldfellow ; wire M'Shane's Imperial %jf Hotel for rooms, 4s day. Open for all trains. ? ; SCARBOROUGH FAMILY HOTEL, ; Doll's Point, bandringham. The above Hotel is replete with every conremence for visitors, and is situated in one of the most charming posi tions in Botany Bay. Charges mod. Attendance and table first-class. Lounge, shower bath. Fresh oysters and boats always on hand. Trains leave Redfera terminus 10 minutes past hour tor Kogarah, from which place tram runs quite close to Hotel. Be sure ia ask for Doll's Point, and book right through. Finest fishing and bathing grounds in New South Wales. Waggonettes will meet visitors at Kogaxab. Railway Station on receipt of telegram. fcTEPHEN J. BYENE, Proprietor. , Board and Besideaee. [Advertisements under this heading are charged 2s 6dfor three consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.} NICE comfortable Booms vacant, Bait 2 gentlemen, also single room, terms moderate. Wynyard Square, 26 Carrington-st. . ? MES. JAEEETT'S Craven Fark Dairy Farm, River- ( stone ; mild climate, abundance milk ; terms 21s wk^ly -tTSr7' ANTED, Home, in quiet and plain family, near Arn V T clifie Bail way Station, or Sewerage Works. A. In woocl, Arnclifie P.O. ? g~^i ENTLEBIAN or two friends, comfortable home, near -Sj|~ ferry; moderate; Mossman's Bay. A.B.C., E. News 1J3EAL comfortable Lodgings, bath, &c, 5s per week. _§A) 246 Castlereagh-st, 3 doors from Protestant Hall. fg \HE Federal Coffee Palace, 37 Oxford-st, now open B under new management. Splendid accommodation. Terms moderate. ? ^^ A SINGLE Furnished Boom to Let, and Vacancies. 157 corner of Gloucester and Essex sts, city. ? O'f GEOKGE-ST North, Single Room; also, Large, t5 A suit two friends, bath, no children, latch key. MODEL Lodging-house, 211 Kent-st north, 9d Bight, 4s 6d week, ted, bath, reading-room, and kitchen. OtfPEEIOE Accommodation, Boarding Hcnse, pleasantly ^5 situated on a rising bill. For particulars, to Mrs. K. TVassan, Hill-st, Camden. ? fB'\HE Ladies* Dining Booms, Sep. entrance and lavatory, JL Temperance TTali, Pitt-st. Dinner Is, tea 9d. Beduc tion by tickets. ? f^TO Let, 2 Rooms, furnished, suit married couple or sin _g_ gle gentleman, no children. 22c Womerah.Avenue, Darlinghurst. SUP.EEIOR Board and Residence, 15s per week, for, re- scectable men. Gippslaud Eestaurant, SS Geo.-st 'W. AComft Bedroom, with use kitchen, suit two friends, board optional, every convenience, no children. 122 Eegent-st, Newtown. Hotels and Businesses for Sale. [Advertisements under this heading are charged 2s6dfor three consecntive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] IVAN HENRY.— Hotel, railway station, suburb, long ? lease, low rent, cash £200. 119 King-st. ? TTVAN HENRY.— Hotel, Darlinghurst, lease 6 years JL trade £30 week, ingoing £100. 119 King-st. ? IVAN HENBY.— Hotel, Paddiugton, lease 10 years, rent £3, trade £60 week, ingoing £508. 119 King-st. ? BHOPPEE, Hotel Broker, 211 Elizabeth-st, Hyde Park.— Hotels, £100, £125. £150 cash, long leases, low rents. MOTEiiS.— We kave several g«od Paying Houses for Sale;, liberal advances. Macdosald and Co., 93 Pitt-st fj\0B Sale, the Excelsior Coffee Stall, Circnlar Quay. C.S., ?JO ? EvEirrMQ. Kbtcs Office. ? HAZEDRESSING Easiness, cheap, owner leaving through, illness. J. Cuibert, grocer, George-st, Cam perdown. ? /f^i BOCEEY Business, sell, £11 week, stock valuation, XX large shop, only. 3SCM., Eveming News. ? FURNITURE Business, for Sale, good stand, low rent, main st, suburbs, stock at valuation. 156 King-st. O T I L I. I N G AND WAGSTAPP O HAVE FOE SALE— BOARDING-HOUSES, CONFECTIONERS* SHOPS, BUTCHERS' SE.OPS, FRUIT SHOPS. GREEN GROCERS' SHOPS, TOBACCONISTS' SHOPS, GROCERS' SHOPS, and GENERAL STORES, and not only one of each bnt several. Persons with Small Capital can be Supplied with Suitable Businesses according to their means. SPECIAL BARGAINS TO-DAY— Grocery, £50 ; Confec tienery, including Furniture and Everything, £35; Hair dresser and Tobacconist, £25, worth £40; Small Confec tionery, suit ladv, £10. ? 442 OXFOBD-STBEET, Paddington. ? g~*~i Orf~fc WHiIi SECUBB HALF INTEREST in oV JLiiivF Genuine Manufacturing Business. Tmrge profits. 'Advertiser well known, and can give first-class 1 references. Bona Fides, Box 241, G.P.O., Sydney. ? ?_ EOB Sale, first-class Fruit Business, pood position, es tablished five'years, low rent. No. 7 Botany-rd. 'REFRESHMENT, Pastry, &c, grand position, taking ? JCfc) £30 week, low rent. Asher and Co., 126 Pitt-st. L Tn^ffiST-CIiASS 'Wine Establishment, every convenience, , !- well-established, cash or terms. Asher and Co. 1 T^TEWSAGENCY.— Fiaest little [business of the Tdna, ? 1 y suit lady or. gentleman with £45. Asher and Co. ' TTj-'AM: and -BEEF'BUSINESS, splendid stand, beauti ? .JO. fully fitted, good dwelling, rent 30s, 20s let off to per '? 'inanent tenant, price £45. unusual opportunity. . ? GEQ. THOMAS and CO., 5 Hunter-street. jTi BAND little Business.for immediate sale, owing to ill VX health, £12 10s ; chance. Geo. Thomas and Co. 'H3EFEESHMENT Business, magnificently fitted,. clear ' JLm profits £6 weekly, best stand Sydney. Thomas, -5. ? Hnnterrst. . ? ; '. ? ? ? ? - BOARDING-HOUSE, superior position, Sr, 6 boarders,. £60, half cash. Thomas, S Hunter-st. ; 'a EBQBIE'6 Cabinet Portraits cannot be Equalled. 69 «J ? . Orf»rd*t. ' ? .. *,.
Business Notices.^ ? W1ILES HEABTH and FL0OBDJG TILES. 1_ G. E. CRANE and SONS having purchased the stock t the Ornamental Tile Company at a large reduction on ost, are offering Tiles, Mantelpieces, Grates, Fenders, &c., t exceptional prices. G. E. CRANE and SONS, IS, 21, 27, 29, and 31 PITT-STEEET. Marble Showrooms— 19 Pitt-street, Circular Quay. £-H0TOGBAPHY.— Amateur and professional Photo tf graphers send for price lists. J. W. Small and Co., llarenco-Bt. ? FOEEIGNStamps f D. A. Vindin & Co., } Illustrated & Stamp Albnmsl74 Eliz.-st, Sydney, j price list gratis PIANOS thoroughly Eepaircd and Renovated. Price given. Tuning, &c., 7s 63. TerriU. 53 Glebe-rd. THOMAS HITCHEN, Practical Fire Bricklayer. Oven Builder, and General Contractor, 14 Ferry-road, Jlebe Point, Sydney, is now prepared to build Bakers 3vens of a superior description, with new designs of iron ittings and latest improvements, and guarantees his work x- give satisfaction. AJ1 kinds of firework, jobbin g and repairs neatly executed with dispatch. ? LET ME IN THE KNO?T, YOU KNOW. 3'bof PERFECT BLEND Ceylon, China, Indian TEAS lor 3s 3*. THOS. E. GEDDES, 794 Geo-st, Haymarket. ElDWAED JEEOME, the world renowned Artist and I ? Photographer, of New York. ? ? TT6ILLIAED Table Manufacturer. — Experienced work JtS men sent to all parts to repair and fit up. Heiron md Smith. 216, Castlereagh-st. Business Cards. MADAM DE QOTEOSS, Medical and Business Clair voyant and Psycho-mesmeric Healer, also Mental Scientist; using will-power m connection with divine heal ing; very powerful magnetist ; massage treataient,paQen-bs risited. 125 Botany-st, Moore Park. ? MES. PITT, Skilled Accoucheuse, accommodates ladies. Terms moderate. Yeran, Denison-st, Wool lahra. Tram or Bjddington 'bus. ? MADAME LABESCI, Phrenologrst, 16 Terminus-st, off George-st West, near Bail way Station. ? MADAME BERNHABDT, Phrenologist, scientific Palmist; ladies, gentlemen, 2s ; servants, Is. 12 a.m. bill 10 p.m. 20 Wynyard Square, 1st floor. ? TB ,*~BS. DR. B., Accoucheuse, may be consulted daily on ]y| all Female Irregularities. Highest testimonials. Apply when others fail. 229 Clevel'nd-st, Bedf 'n, nr Eliz-st. 'B~ ADIES can have quiet comfortable Home during Ac _|_i couchement with trained nurse and accoucheuse. 164 Glenmore-rd, Paddington. ? - ? MADAME BOUVERIE.— Hone3t Advice, Letters. 14 stamps, color hair, eyes, age. 314 Crown-st, near Oxford-st. ? ^ A STROLOGY.— Calculations from 2s. Mr. Win. A. _f\ Thomas, 140 Brongham-st, Woollooaiooloo. ?Kt /Jf*ES. HUBBAED, Spiritual Clairvoyant, circle Weds, iXjL ?-3^ sittings daily. 35 Campbell-st, corner Eope yei'I-st, Paddington. ? MTADAME FORTUNE, Physiognomist (Business and L Love), has removed to 487 Crown-st, S.H., op Golden fleece Botel. ? *-^O:vrFORTABLE Home, with qualified midwife, very \j private, terms very moderate. 7 Christie-st, Glebe, [tetters attended. ? LADIES have quiet home during accouchement. Trained nurse. Attends aut. Mrs. Field, 41 Holt st, Siirry Hills. ? MADA3TE SPENCEE, Clairvoyant, count caste and color by her mind's eye. 2S0 Crown-s?, close Oxfd-si MADAME LETITICHA. — Business Clairvoyant, Truth can be relied on. 5 6hort-st, Surry Hills; Moore Park tram. ? ' SPIRITUALISM.— Mrs. Kellie, Private Seances, Tues day, Thursday, Friday, 3 till 9. No. 4 Pine-st, Chip pendale, off Parramatta-st. Public Circle, Wednesday, ai d. Society's Koom, 121 Bathurst-st. Poultry. &ts. [Advertisements under this heading are charged 2s 6- for tkree consecutive insertions of 16 words, prepaid.] POULTRY Farm, Canterbury, new House, 4 rs, 5 acres fenced, water, lease 4fr yrs, rent 10s. 110 Liverpool-s TT71OWLS. Fowls. Fowls. — For Sale, some first-das JO Wyandottes, fit tor exhibition; also Orpingtons Spanish, and Langshans, very cheap for a quick sale, oi approval if desired, must sell. John Player, Bathurst. For Sale. lAdvertiseMeats under this heading are charged 2s 6d foi hree consecutive insertians of 16 words, prepaid.] PIAN©S.— BUSSELL BEOS., offer Eenownea Makers £20, £24, £28, for spot Cash, as sold by others for 50 50, 70 gns. (No landlords to support). Only 29 Botany-st opp D'hurst Court. (Own prems. Estab 1S65.) ? PIANOS at Russell's.— £9, £12, £14, £16, £18, spot cash ? Every maker. Only 29 Botany-st, oppte D'hurst. OEGANS, Harmoniums, £7, £9, £12, £14. £16, spot cash Only Eussell's, 29 Botany-st, opp D'hn-st. ? TrfcTTSSEL'S, for Pianos, &c., only well-known makers Ji\) best value in N.S.W. 29 Botany-st, opp D'hurst spot cash. ? t- MASTIFF Bitches, well bred, 2 and 3 years old, £1 £i each. T. J. Sargent, Jffierrylands. ? MASTIFF Pups, 8 weeks, dogs £3 3s, bitches £2 2s ? pedigree aud particulars. T. J. Sargent, Merrylnd BARGAIN. — Singer's Tailor's Sewing Machine, com plete ; also 12 Irons, assorted sizes, with gas-heaters Box Ilo5, G.P.O. ? MEXICAN Parrots, fine young birds, English, singini Skylarks and Linnets, Native Companion, Wild Tux keys. 105 George-st north. ? CHEAP Guns, cheap Bepairs, Cartridges Loaded. B Green, Gunmaker, llti Clarence-st, nest Sing-st. SEWING Machines, Singers, Werthehn, New Home Beale, Davis, from 40s; machines repaired. L. Fair bank, 38 Begent-st, fiedfera. ? SEWING Machines, great bargains, Singers 35s, Jone 40s, Singers Cabinet £3, coat £13. 247 Oxfd-st, D'hurs WHITE PAPER SHAVINGS and Ends of Whit Paper for SALE, very clean, suitable for packm purposes, butter paper, &c., cheap, ajiy quantity, h vekik News and the Tows aitd CouKTBr Jopejjai. offices. ? JEEOME willgiveyoua Good Portrait at Very Model ? ate Prices. ? PIANOS, £7, £10, £i2, £15, £18 and £20, greatest hai gains in Sydney. G ordon's. 296 Bourke-at, nr Oxfor PUMPKINS Is 6d doz, wheat 3s 3d, maize Ss Sd, brt. Is 3d, pollard Is 4d. Australian Produce Co., 24 aussex-st. ? BILLIAKD Table Jjffianufacturers. — Every requisite c the game kept, .aeiron and Smith, 216 Castlereaga-s TO'Eff Piano. £10 cash, walnut, iron frame, check action 1^1 ivory Keys, superior tone and nnish, remainder tixa payment. Box 1466 G.P.O. ? CANARIES, 80 for Sale— Belgians, Yorkshire, Britis1 Crested, Cinnacion, Norwich. Plain and Crested; in ported birds. 209 Abercrombie-st, Bedfern. ? EOE SALE, a nice, quiet, Family COW, newly calved also good, useful Horse, used to saddle and harness cheap. Wm. Lintoa, 225 Trafalgar-st. Annandale. ? TjTlOE SALE, COOKING STOVES, all sizes ; 1 4ft Slee, JO 2ft do, large Eussell, small Ship Stove. Patent Grilii large Copper with tap, Ezeters, &c. MORRIS, 204 Castle reagh-st, Stove Factory, opposite Gaiety, city. ? ^'^USKIpN-TYBED 'Wulfrund' Safety, taU-bearingi 't^' latest improvements ; price £9 10s. Maud, 67.Liverpoo st ? ^t OEDON Setter, young, well marked, good watchdog SJT ? for Sale, cheap. 32 Derwent-st, Glebe. BEMEMBER Me No More Waltz, Cd, Czerny*s, 10( first, or second part 6d. Naylor, 415 George-st. g~^ OEBON'S, 296 Bourke-st, nr Oxford-st, the cheapest Hj(~ best, and most reliable house lor Pianos in Sydney. TT71OR Sale, cheap, a good Cooking Stove, Defiance, tw- Jt} tubular ovcbs and bailer. 3 Holden-st, off Eveleigh st, Eveleigh. ? -XTTTALNUT D.R. Suite, very handsomely carved, fash y Y ionable pattern, 9 pieces, only £9 10s, jjreat bar gain. 36 Botany-st, S.H. ? FOB Sale, cheap, 2 new Water Tanks. Mrs. Callaghan ?- ? Aroea, Milford-st. Bandwiek. ? AMERICAN Organ, first-class maker, very fine tone _ handsome, only£lL Note, Estens, 36 Botany-st, S.H fTiOREIGN STAMPS in paekets, 3d to £1 each; IUus X* trated Stamp Albums, Is 6d to 40s, price lists gratis Inspection invited, D. A. VINDIN and CO., TEE STAJO DEPOT. NEW ABDBESS — 74 Elizabeth-st, near King-st 'B3OTHEEH AlI'S Silver English IiEVEB, £2 19s; Key JCto less, £4 17s; Ehradt English Lever, £2 10s, capped and jewelled; Keal Silver Souole Albert Chaia, 10s Sd; Silver Sovereign furse Ss 9d, Gold. 35s, all Hall marked JOE PAVIg, HB Park-st. ? ' ? GOLD Chain Bangle, with padlock, 33s, Gold fobAlbert ? ? with padlock, 29s 6d. Joe Davis, 26 gark-st. J-^ OLD Keepers, 5s 9d; gold wedding zings, 5s 3d, hal \JC narked; real silver lace brooch. Is ea, silver pad lock chain bangle, 10s 6d; cold earrings, set carboi diamonds, 4s ; gold sleeper earrings, 2s 6d. JOE DAVIS 26 Park-st. ? - ' - ? ? OPERA Glasses, 4s 6d; Field Glasses, 13s 6d in cases 'Waterbnrv Alarm Clocks, 4s 6d. Joe Davis, 26 Park-si EDWARD JEEOME, the world-renowned Artist, is ai . ? 69Oxford-st. ' ? '__ TH ME IN THE KNOW, YOXJ KNOW. . 81b -of -PERFECT BLEND Ceylon, China, Indian TEAS for 8s Sib. -THOS. E. GEDDES, 794 Q«-st. Haymarket.
3KtAdt-ertiBeMentSTmderthiBheadimrife«aarged2s^64for ? -WM f three co»Becut ire Insertions of 16 words, urepaid.] 'Sm j^ ? '^ — ^ — ^ -^ ^ ~ ~~ ^ ? BmM T-UY your HOSSEFEED from the direct agents, the , mm vJtP City Produce Co., who supply -the best, cheapest - rial ;Horsefeed in Australia. THE CITY PRODUCE CO.; '|H| Grain and Produce Merchants, Hay-st, Haymarket. ? -sIH ?Tt*X FLOEA, IiINDUS, ERA, BUEEAWONG, . &C. |H -JEi Direct from Growers. . JWi 2124 Bags Circular HeadPotatoes :^H ? 1441 Bags T.E. Chaff :- ' ~ ? ?-]» 1C09 Bags Maize ? ' ' -fiU 920 Bags Seed and Feed Oats, 724 Bales Straw ' i'lM 269 Baps Swede Turnips. Bag lots at wholesale price ,;'5ejl The FORWARD MOVEMENT GEAIN and PEODUCEvSPJi CASH COMPANY, r$jH No. 32 Caapbell-st, HaTmarket ; 4 Corporation Buildings, ' |B| Sussei-st, and at ' ?f;m ? 91George-»twest. ? -Hmt SEWING MACHINES, treadle, from 25s. hand from 15s sf|| different makers; terms, trial, machines warranted; KM repairs a specialty. At 3 Central Arcade, George-st, near vii9| Liverpool-st, city (ground floor). ? ? 'pal SEWING MACHINES, treadle 30s, hand 20s, Singer's, 1||| _ Wertheim's, all makers. Exchanges, time-payment, ? '«3 free trial, written guarantee, cheap repairs. The only :, ';, Jj| original address is 54 BOYAL ARCADE, upstairs. ';«| Established 1875. ? ..,;« JEEOME'S Pictures are the Best in Sydney. Try him. :$B HIGH-CLASS Pianos, preat bargains, Steinway, Lipp, ;!3 and Bonisch. £30, Gordoa's, 296 Bonrke-st. nr Oxford. ij:l BLUE METAL, all tauges, Screenhigs, Gravel, Sand, 5m and Rivar San4, at lowest prices. Emu Gravel and ;'.S| Bead Metal Co., Ltd., Norwich Chambers, Hunter-st. rg -T*K 1FOETH FUENITURE, 10s down, 5s weekly. 3| ^^iO Single iron bedsteads 10s 6d, double ditto : J§ 13s 6d, mattresses 8s 6d, chests of drawers 25s, at ',.;aj Forss berg's. ? __^ ' ? 'M f*i! iTk FUENITUEE, 20s dowi,''7s weekly; tables dj c& JL V/ 6= 6d, chairs 2s 9d, safes 7s 6d, conches 25s, - 3 chifioniers 20s, sideboards 30s, at C. Forssbers's. 'S O-i K FURNITURE, £2 down, 10s weekly; wash- 'I'M -~b J. O stands 6s 6d, toilet tables 6s 6d, bedroom suites ,3 £7 10s, at C. Forssberg's, 78 William-st. ? -'-M jrj-6-/'t FUENITUEE, £3 down, 10s weekly; drawing- ? 'M ?o& &\JP room suites £7 10s, carpets, linoleums, crockery, ,sa cutlery, aud holloware kept at C. Forssberg's, 73 William- a Bt, Woolloomooloo. ' -M rtf'A FURNITUBE. £7 down, 15s weekly; no secu- ',Sj 3,Oy rity.no publicity; immediate delivery. Note .'f| well the address — C. Forssberg, 78 William-st. Open L:| evenings till 9 o'clock. Call and inspect our large and --Vsj varied stock. ? £ ? - ? -_^_' ?'?£M C6 pr WORTH Furniture, 10s dej., 5s week. Every Ji oSn/tSdescription new and second-hand Furniture, to any ^H amount. E. Lucas. ? M _£*'fl lT\ WORTH, 20s dep., 5s week. Houses furnished '5 o& X \J up to £1CO, easy terms, t. Lucas, 254 .ritt and i| Park stg. ? _^_ 'f 'B'EWEIiLKEY.— The Cheapest House in the City is N«. \A %J ? 8 Paxk-st, near George-st. ? ? | -g| NEW Home Sewing Machines, cash, or 2s 6d per week. ? ;-| J. W. Johnston and Co., 74G George-st, Sydney. : jj| PEEAilBULATOKS, cish or terms, 2s 6d per week. : | J. W. Johnston and Co., 74S, George-st. Haymarket. i'| TftTTEW Home Sewin.' Machines cash or 2s Cd per week. ; j| JJ^ J. W. Johnston and Co., 746, Ge»rge-st, Sydney. ;'| MANGLESand Wrineers, 2s 6d per week. J. W. John. :;| ston and Co., 746 George-st, Haymarket. ? ?; f NEW Home Sewinsj Machines, cash, or 2s 6d per week. '3 J. W. Johnston and Co., 746 George-si, Sydney. ; ;J PttOTO Frames. Handbags, Purses, large assortment. 'm J. \V. Johnston and Co., 746 George-st, Haymarket. -5 ? _ ? — . ? . ;_ ^ g^LOCKS, aickel and wood, from 2s 6d up to £5. J. W« ? ; g \j Johnston and Co., 746 George-st, Haymarket. (J ADJU&TAULE Wire Dress Forms, 27s 6d each, Skirt \?| Forms 12s 6d each. J. W. Johnston and Co., 74$' ? :.'tj George-st, Sydney. ? \ ? ! ? 'M -g-KROME'S Portraits Cannot be Equalled. 69 Oxford-st, ; ?| J ? . 4 PIANO Buyers, attention— The only perfeet Pianos ia ,b S the colonies. Gordon's, 296 Bourke-st, nr Oxford. ' S ? ? ifl ~S[7~ i-YLESS Watches, 12s 9d ' Chronograph Stop . -S 1 B%. Watches, 15s 9d; written guarantee. Watchesra- ,« paired from 4s. . Joe Davis, 26 Park-st. ? - . a ? Q; AXHOKNS and Baritones, from 2s 6d weekly. Howard's, ; | JJ5 Queen-st, Woollahra. ? | BASS Drums, English and American, from 2s 6d weekly. '\ Howard's, Queen-st, Woollahra. J '» a ANDOLINEd from 2s6d weakly; fashionable instru- . .;'» Iv'g meet. Howard's. Qneen-st, Woollahra. ? .,?$ \ -ffeTIGGEB Wigs, aU kinds; Jokes, Songs, &c Howard's, . :^ ' JJSl ? Qneen-st, Woollahra. ? ,| ' E~5IANOs aud O.gans, very easy terms. Howard's, ' f| - JlT ? Queen-st, Woollahra. ? --0 TIOLIN, Banjo, Guitar, &c, strings, 3d, post free. :| Howard's, Qneeu-st, Weollahra. ? j! t y^( UN& and Kifies, trom 2s 6d weekly upwards. Howard i- \J}' and Co., merchants, Queen-st, Woonahra. | ? A LIj kinds of Musical Instruments at half cost. How. ;; /% ? ard's, Queen-st, Woollahra.. ? ^ 1 TjnrO WARDS are the largest importers of Musical Iu« M S~S struments in Australia. Queen-st, Woollahra, .3 ' 'KTORTHfiBN Hardvf ood, special sizes cut to order. J. '. ?% I £% ? C. fcilis, 247 George-st. ? ;;:ji s 'B BICYCLISTS.— Our H. and P. and Sanspariel Safetys— J @~B the best on earth. Cask and terms. H. Stanley and ^ ? i Co., 234 Pitt-st. ? ' J] SEWING MACHINES— Singer, Wertheim, Beale, New M Home, White, Anchor, Davis, Domestic, and others, -'^ new and second-hand, from 40s. Terms, trial, exchange, ; ij written guarautee. IMPAlilAL ARCADE, Pitt-st, exactly ; opp Hordern'a. ? ;.j -6 /rh/^-f-GAL Tanks, new, £3 ISs, SOO £3 10s, 600 £3 .1 ' jL^J'VysJ' lSs,taps. T. Thorns, Morris-st, Summer HilL f| ', TTjUYyour Wood and Coal off Porter Bros., etatioii-st, 'i - Jtj Newtowu. Best box and iron bark 17s per ton deliv'd Ji PIANO Buyers will find the best new and second-hand ?- ^_ ? Pianos at J. W. Fletcher's, 106 Ueorge-st west. ; | ELLAS DAVIS, the Haymarket Jeweller, 655 George- ii st, opposite the Alhambra. Head price list below. --Jj - TT& OTHEEHAM'S famous EngUsh levers £3 10s to £7 A , jtfej 7s, Waltham levers from £1 19s 6d, Ehradt's EngUsh ?| - levers £2 10s. ? ? ? ,?» ? (OjTTR special railway timekeeper 14s 6d with chain, '| \_9 Waterbury watches 12s 6d, gold wedding rings and -JJ . keepers 5s 9d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, 17s 6d, 20s, and 23s ea,; gold .'I! double chain, 9ct, Ijok, £3 15s, 15ct £5 15s, 2oz 15 carat -1 s gold chain £7 10s, all stamped and warranted. ? & jr^ ENT'S gold keyless Lever, £4 10s. All the above goods ?'': u %Jf at Elms Davis, 655 Geo-st, Haymarket, op Alhambra y SEEDS, SEEDS. — Vegetable, Flower, and Agricultural, ; js New Lentils, Garlic, Haricot Bean,' Boiling Peas, .: ;3 '. Bemp, Eape, Canary, Millet, and Maw, best quality. Send ,[l for our Is collection of Flower Seeds, 12 varieties. Buy ' ,f- - your Seeds from J. D. REID and CO., Pitt and Campbell ' '| '? streets. Hay market. ? .?'?'?% - ' O/Tk f\£\f\ VIOLINS, Mandolines, Accoraeons, J S ??- 1j\3AJtJ**J Banjos, for Sale, exceedmgly cheap, - - wholesale and retail. Albert, 108 King-st. Catalogues frea, J WANTED, Buyers good dry box or ironbark, 17s per -.ji ton delivered. Porter Bros., Enmore-rd, N*town. - ,; j| Pl1i IANO.— Gentleman in distress will Sacrifice splendid | walnut and gold, full iron frame trichord, check ; : ,1 5 action, brass tuning plate, Lrilliant tone, latest improve- .5 0 meats, only used two months; cost £80; price, cash. £33. Via Camp. Petersham P.O. ? 'v;| r- -B-& B.B.L., choke left barrel, top action, nearly new, .cost ! , Jf J[J?. £8; S5s. Brighton Hall, Parramatta-rd, Petersham ',:? r- if-kEGAir for Sale, nearly new, £10. 80 Oxford Arcade, ';| d \_P ? Qrford-st, city ? .';J n -ajiOESale, 22£t Centreboard Boat, Sails, &c.; suit fisher- J ??5 JJ man, £16. W. Gray, Church-st, Leichhardt, nr Park. ;- TANKS.— 100, 200 and 400 gallons, ships' iron water 1;| Tanks, cheap. W. Bobison, 65-67 Snssex-st. ? j, - K tf--INCS Eudge Bicycle, ball-bearings; a bargain, £3 ' i* 1, -O^ li!s. J. Hayes, Ninian Ter, Bncklaud-st, Alexandria, .i; ? TTiORTABLE Coppers, 10 to 50 gallons, cheap; Black- ; ???Sjj J^* smith's Bellows, Portable Forges, cheap. 54 Geo.-st W '. ^ l- Ij^OE Sale, Counters, Wall and Counter ses, Centre vif gi Case, miscellaneous Shop and Ofiice Fu niture. 377 .5 - Pitt-st. ? ' ? ' . % ? TTt*EAWING-E00M Suites, £4 10s ; Overmantels, plate ? % ' 8 9 glass. £1 10s, first cost. Buchanan's Factory, 416 [| - EUzabeth-st, near Devonshire-st. * ,;j3 ^ ? — : ? — ? ? ? ? ? : ? ' * . :?£ . ~mOR S ile, one Cockatoo and Cage, 16s ; just talking few i % J' JO words. By letter, Thomas Piper and Sou, Georgerst;, J '' Canterbury. ? i.;;l a ~H'EEOME.— Go to him for Cabinet Portraits. -69 Ox- *k f e| ? ford-st. ? ?'??a Ti7K7'ALNUT Cottage Piano, in splendid condition, £23^ ;'| ; ' V V ? TerriU. 53 Glebe-rd. ? m HOBAET.— Lady's First-class Ticket for Sale, cheap. , -:-i ? 46(1 George-st. near Market-st. ? ' f*M 'KTEW German Pianos, elegant designs, £20, £25, and=s J ' A -^ £30. splendid value. Gordon's, 29C Bourke-st, nr Ox'fd j?. i| y_-ToTEC.TION VERSUS FURNITUBfe|| 3 I a m prepared to SUPPLY PASTIES FURNISHING at C| - pkk ^STEADE PRICES, and protect their interests as 'well VM . as m, own. ONLY LOOK AT THIS LIST; Chairs Is, ;i-l - Tables '2s 6d, Washstands 3s, Safes 5s, Couches 12s 6d, Book- - jja - cases 35' ?-. Sideboards 25s, ToEet Glasses Is 6d, OleognnhB^tJ Is 3d T01 let Pairs 21s, Sets 5s, Bedsteads 5s 9d, SpriagMaWLJ - tresses 7s 3d, Pier Glasses 20s, Double Bedsteads-JlsSdjiifsa » fact everyt *i»'g you require for your home at the most ritli. wM culous pna Js. Note specially my address. . , ,;,|lf - -. ,; ;;H ? THOMAS P. LISTEE, Auctioneer, ; ;' f '? 'M ' . ? FurnisMng Warehouse, .-^v- 'v-v: % -;-;''iS lS23?itt-street, next Buttell's, bnteher; : w^V '-'?:''M ?pp. Strand. Arcade. -,'v' ? '-' ?£?$$£ ? Auctii m -Sales Gonducted. ' Prompt Settlements, ^i 'm ? Low Terms. ? .. '-- 'JB§ TT71 PLA T Bass': iffighaHi's (1st class), grand instrm»ent»« [ ij] cm * £1*.' P*fe|* 10s. Pooley, George-st west, near ll Fire Statier. ^ - '.-VV ? : ? : ? - r . 'yr4M ? CSUGAE 1 X)E 'N«THJN&.— Ceylogigfedia, Fiji, Japan;. M O and Ch,ina blends pvsre Teas,™^fe, Is 3d, Is «ai'|H 2s. We eive t lb Snowdrop, lind chancelafijuxiwing £l'Cash.;j:fa ' bonns, for nov^hing. with rilb:«SWK».' ORa*fGE|| BUTTER CO.,.^ Market-st. . .},x . -P' ':? - . ^?..''al 1 XflOB Sale, Fv irniture of a^rcomed house, ch^fp. :-;. -!S5§B J J1 m:- 'Donald-st, BrDbnaldtown.- ' ''t«JW ' jTi ALVAinSED Iron.'aU sizes, new, any quunfity;ttnSK|| ? _V3T besolcf- J. Vanpraag, 247 Elizateph-st,' City.1 .' '. ?-.'J| \ Try H O T O -J E A P H.'E' ' B|J-8^| 6 ?' ? ' Bead the. ' ' : - - ': ^v^lll 'ATTSTRATSIAN PHOTOGEAPHIC JOTJBNAt:' -, :^B Price 3d. jtWaU Newsagents, «r from the Office,; ,V;v*lB ? ? ' ? ? ?? j^.fe5!A.aent-street,Sya»ey. ' ??;?...-:' -'^1 3 TllOE Stle. Pa&sWt Tell Tale Turnstile, suit rink, -&o,.'|i