Advertiseme nts. a H. C. GUILD. A. ? A Meeting of the Members will be held in the Guild Hall, on Sunday, the 11th instants between 3 and 5 pm, Fines for non-attendance will be striotly enforced. By order of the Warden, THOMAS J. MUERAY, Secretary. mo THE MEMBERS OP THE A. H. 0. 1 GUILD. Gentlemen,— I be« fco intimate that I ana a Candidate for appointment as one of the Medical Officers of your Society. If you do me the honour of electing mo I shall use my beat endeavours to c;ive you every satisfaction. Yours, &o., JAMBS SPARK, M.D.. M.E.O.S. ; L.A.C. &c, & J.P. 3, Oxford Ft., Sydney, March 7, 1877. ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL, KENT STREET SOUTH. EVENING CLASSES on Monday, Tueoriay, and Wednesday Evenings. Commencing on 12th instant. Terma on application; ? M. W. FITZGERALD. TVT E W MUSIC JL\ _~ Just Published, Mr. Francis J. Maxted'a KTew Waltz, s'Le Rendezvous,' for the Pianoforte. PrJee, 3s, Copiea may bo obtained of Messrs. Paling, Nioholcon r.nd Asoherbergi Moesa Reading, and at the publisher's, ELVY and CO., George Street. \\TvT ANTED, for a OaTHOLIC SCHOOL in V tf the Country, a Young L-.dy capable of giving instruction in Music and Singing None but q renily efficient person need apply. Anply norsonally or by letter to M. M M'GIRR Esq., Freeman's Journal office, Sydney. BUfetag IFfffeidfe, fTTENRY HIGGINS, GarryknocT^ p^iTh iLA Bl.»ck Ditches, County Wick'ow, Tr-lmd, by communiod^ing with th^j Rev. F^bbei- Walab, St. Bathan's, Ota^o, or with tho Editor of this Journal, 'you will leavn particulars of vour brother M-'chr.el'a deathj and something which may bo of interest to yon. Colonial papers please copy. (T1AVAN, IRELAND.— OF JOHN, JANE, \J and ANN DALY, who left the parish of Ivilmore, County Cnvan, Ireland, in the year 1S41, on board the Albatross, which ve sael v?db chartered for -Sydney ; also, their slater SARAH, who went in search of them about mxteen yeara ftRo. lb vpas reported that John was a coachman fco a doctor, Jamison or Nichol street, Sydney. Information of them will be received by their, s-ster, C uherine. Address MRS. PETER MEENAN, Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, United States of America, J AND AGENCY. — PUBLIC NOTICE— I, JIJ HENRY FREEMAN, continue to conduct; my buainess as a Land Agent; at No. IS, Bridgo street, Sydney, as heretofore, and olients are hereby cautioned againrat being misled by the notice appearing in the Herald of yesterday, purporting to be signed by HENRY J WITHERS, stating that he had resumid that busiutso; the fact being that Withers (with other persons) entered my premises after office hours on Saturday afternoon, and in my absence carried away certain books, papers, nnd documents, in consequence of which I ha- e commenced an action in the Supreme Court through my attorneys. Messrs, Stephen and Stephen, to recover £2000 darnagee. Dated tbio Gth day of March, 1877. HENRY FRBJSMAN. Witness — Chas. A, Lawbence, Solicitor, ' Sydney;
g T, PATRICK 'S DAY, .1877. TBE HIBERNIAN AUSTRALASIAN CA» THOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY'S GRAND ANNUAL CELEBRATION of tho above Day will couaiet of n. GRAND STEAM EXCURSION TO CHOWDER BAY, In the day time, for which several powerful steamboats have been engaged, which will ply throughout the day from Circular Quay and Woolloomooloo Bay from 9 o'clock, a.m, TWO SPLENDID BANDS have been engaged for the Dancing, one of which is solely for IRISH NATIONAL DANCING, For which especial pieparntions bava been?made. TICKETS 2a each, Children la. In the evening & Grand Entertainment will take place in the Victoria Theatre, the use of which ha3, with the usual liberality of the pro« prietor, Mr. John Bonnetfc, been granted to the membero. ? D. J. O'COInNOE, Secretary. IT iotoki a '' t~h~e~aTt jr :k, MB. DAMPIEE WILL APPEAE I JT THE In conneotion Tvith the AUSTRALASIAN HIBERNIAN CATHOLIC BENEFIT SOCIETY'S CELEBRATIONS of the DAY. U T . PATRICK'S DAY, O BATHURST. SCHOOL OF ARTS HALL. ivJliio uil(£/diJy V JJDaiiiliUDll -ii (at the requeafc of bis fellow-countrymen) will give his ORIGINAL MUSICAL DRAWING-ROOM; ENTERTAINMENT, ' AN EVENING WtTH TOM MOORE,' assisted by SEVERAL A MAT SUSS. During the evening, Mk. M. P. MEAGHES will deliver an addreBQ, on IRELAND : Past, Present, and Future. Doors open at half-paot 7, to commence at 8 o'clock Admission — Front S^ats, 3^ ; Second Fiontfi, 2^. QT. PATRICK'S DAY, I »TvT SPORTS FOR THE MILLION OX THE BATHURST CRICKET GROUND. Stewards : — Mr. E- Hood Mr. J. T. Allman E. H. Parker P. Kent J. Stapleton W. Ewer J. Burke F. M. Kenny Jas Cassidy H. Baker J. K. AUon M. Caples 'W. Butler C. V. Naylor Jas. Gallagher N. Power J. Holland. Hon. Treasurer : MR. 3?. TUcKENNY. Hon. Secretary : MR. JAMES KELAHER. PROB-RAMME: 1st Event— YOUTHS' EACE. 100 yards ; for under 14 years ; first prize £1, second prize 10s. 2nd Event— MAIDEN PLATE, 100 yards ; first prize SI, second prize 10s. 3rd Event-S r. PATRICK'S GRAND HANDI CAP, prize £15 ; to be run for in three events, at 100, 200, and 300 yards ; first prize £10, second prize £3, third prize £2. 4th Event— SACK RACE, 100 yards ; over hurdles ; firat prize £1, second prize 10s. Gth Event THREE LEGGED R\CE, 100 yards ; first priz^i £1, second prize 10s. Gth Event— HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, 300 yards, over six hurdles, 3 feet 6 inches high ; first prize 'c2, second prize 10s. . 7th Event-VAULTlNG WITH THE POLE ; priKO, £1. 8th Event— WHEELBARROW' RACE (blind folded), 100 yards ; first prizo £1, secrnd prize 10s. 9fch Event-THROWING THE CRICKET BALL; prize, &1. 10th Event -CATC KING THE PIG WITH THE GREAsY TAIL ; prize, the pig-. 11th Event— BEST IRISH JIG; prize, £2. 12th Event— BEST HORNPIPE ; prize, £1. 13th Event-BEST HIGHLAND FLING ; prize, £1. Entrance 10 per cent, on amount of prize, with the exception of St. Patrick's Grand Handicap, the entrance for which will bo 10s. Admission, Js. ; children under 12, half-price; Grand Stand, Gd. The VOLUNTEER BAND will be in at tendance, and play choice selections of music during tho day. Entrance to St. Patrick's Handicap closes at 1.30 p.m. on the day of sports. - fjllHE FREWMAN'S JOURNAL' io Pub* JL Hebed overy FRIDAY in time for tliQ Country andlutercolouial Malla.
OCHOOL OF ARTS.' TREMENDOUS SUCCESS. LA.8T NIGHT of JAMES MACE, THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. Mr. MACE will appear in his great creation of the ANCIENT and MODERN STATUARY, in which he has been acknowledged by the Press of both England and America to be without an equal. HERCULES STRUGGLING WITH THE NEMEAN LION.— Five Tableaux. ODDISCA THROWING THE QUOIT. THE AFRICAN AL'ARMED AT THUNDER. AJAX DEFYING THE LIGHTNINGS SAMSON CARRYING AWAY THE GATES Ol- GAZA. THE ANCIENT and T/CODER3! FIGHTING GJLiADIATORS.— Three Tableaux. ? Concluding with ?JL'MJU DiiNQ- GLADIA'iOE.-FourTebleaas1. Exhibition of Mr, Mace's CHAMPION BELT. ' Dr. SILVESTER and his talented company in nev? and startling illusions, TBE PRISMATIC FOUNTAINS. Admission — Front seats 5a ; cecoud Heats, 33. gallery, 2s. Doors open, 7.30, cooamenoe afc 8. Ticlcots may be hmd and seats spoured at NICHOLSON & ASCHBERG'B, 317 Gsorpe-st. Tickets for all parto of the house at KIRBY'S Stationer, Pitb-atreet. ST. MARY'S NEW CATHEDRAL BUfLD^ ING FUND. Maech 4, 1877. £ a & Collected by Messrs M'Mishon and Rice ... 2 19 6 Collected by Meeors Noble and Quinn, including £1 from Mr Jag CnHia ... 4 10 0 Collected by Messrs Kenrick and M'Caflrey . ... 4 3 6 Collected by Messrs Fennelly and Fanning, including £2 2s irom Mr Michael Fennelly . . 6 4 0 Colleoted by Messrs Dreyer and Neilan ... 2 0 6 Collected by Messrs Havfcigan and M'Coraack, including Mr Wm Hughes £1 (monthly) and Miss Mann 5a ' ... 6 13 0 Collected by Miaa Hartigan ... 0 19 6 Collected by Messrs Stanley and Keleher ... 3 8 6 Collected by MrD Warham, includ ing Mr M'Evoy 203, Mv Hiokey 53, Mr Flanagan la, Mr Sullivan Is, Mr Siddy Is, Mr Woolfe 2* 6d, Mr Daly 5s, Mr P Moore 20ss Mr Haydon 2s 6d, Mr Dowling 1b, Mr Kelao 103s Miaa C Grab 2g 6d ... 3 11 6 Collected by Messrs Molan and Reardon, St. John's ... 3 18 6 Collected by Messrs J and F Punch, Sfc, John's ... 5 10 Collected by Messra Murroy and Mealey, Sfc. John's ... 3 15 0 Collected by Messrs O'Heir and O'Loughlan, Sfc. John's ... 2 5 6 Collected by Father Fleming in hall ... 1 14 10 Collected by Fa her Sheridan in hall ... 1 1 6 DrM'Donsgh ... 0 10 0 ? ... 2 14 7 VICTORIA SALOON, 232, Pitt Street, SYDiNEY. ,' Oysters received daily from ' ' '] Port Stephens - Manning River Port Macquarie Cape Hawke Carndsn Haven O.'aronce River. Faroiliea, Hotels, and C'ttbs supplied on the most reasonable termp. ? ? -— ~__ ? ? ? : ? ;— ~^=ss^3 _ „___„. _ ,_™» ? „„, ^ DOMESTIC ECOKTOMT. v JUDSON'S DYES. ' The process hDln™ eo clean nntl siiii-cle.lhpre ' -'- r.pnears no reason why every lady should not be her own dyer, or why dyein-j-iljiy should not, in '-. every wcll-ycKUlateil family, be':is connnuii ns ' f nnd much more aaveeublo than waalun-j;-diiy. 5 Any youn^ lady eoi'iid be^in her experiment oit'a ribliunorieathcriii ;i basin of water, and proceed afterwards to larger articles of dross in a bread pan or fout-batli. The thins Won d be worili tryin™ from motives of economy.'— Vide Otsuli's f ? Household Guide, March, IS70. j ? I JUDSON'S SIMPLE DYES . , I consist of 18 brilliant colours, aiut may he used ! I for dyiin™ --i!l[. Wool, Cotton, rpathp'rs, l''iliro, / Leather, lJ.rjir, Ivory, Done, Wood, and for many I other purposes. ? Sold by Chemists ami Stationers throughout the World, pi ice Gd. per bottle. Proprietors— DANIEL JUDSO1T & SON, v _^_ -_..._.. ? ? * A (p-jM'-r Silk and Woollen Dyer, Scourer, I hi0 ^-VAc- andllotpresaer.fil and G3, Wil ' liam-stroef;, Woolloomooloo, and 819, Railway Bridge. Gentlemen's apparel scoured and pro perly pressed. Mourning dyed on the shortest notice.