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MANNING UIVER. j ^ JPT~ TVTOTICE to »hippers to the I " .^..{Tifc. J_^| Msntiinn; Uiver. - The \ -

cutter QUEEN will bo.de«- j { _ patched on Monday, the 31st [ J

instant. All r,,oods intended for shipment are requested tt> be sent down to the wharf on Saturday. Freights payable ia Tydney as usual.

C. STEVENS.

Albion Wharf, July 27._1426 FOR MELBOURNE, POUT PHILLIP. -~WtV rpilE fust-class Packet Brig

«sf<§HX^s. -^ TO HAGO

'^T5w1fc*^ ^ns reraoved t0 Cpurpbell's '.^IsáfiSÉ*?5 Wharf to tate in hpr eirgo, and will cleRi cut on Saturday. Early applica- tion is necttssry for freight or postage. Has excellent aecomniodatioa for passengers. Apply on board, or, to

1303 J. B. METCALFE.

FOR HOBART TOWN DIRECT.

.^Kk rriHE fine first-clnn Brig -jts^^V 1 CAROLINE,

Vj$^jF\^ 113 tona, Lesslie, mosKr, will ;í?ÍB3e5í!s¡áís' positively sail for the above on

Saturday morning, the Syth iwtart, For passage onlv, apply to

JAMES COOK.

Union Wharf, July 27. 1128

SHIP " EWERETTA."

AK-i- A IJL accounts against thit

ji'ffiw^V ^~ vesse' roust be presented, in *OY|\J¡;^7 duplicate, to the undersignrd, .ß&SCai^-i» on or before Saturday, the 29th instaut, at noon; snd passengers are reques ed to take notice that the steamer Sophia Jane is engaged to tow her outside the Heads early on Sunday morning.

WILLIAM C. BOTIS.

Wharf. Darling Harbour. July 27. 141C

FOR LONDON DIRECT. '

UNDRK SNtîA6B.MIlNT TO SAH, BY TUB 18TII

AUGUST.

tLi^JSbw npiHE fine fast-sailing, newly vffw^v JL coppered, British-built ship ¡CMffi^ CHELYDRA,

tas¿rSS^^P A 1, for twelve years, 350 tons burthen, D. O. Wilhart, Esq., commander, having nearly completed her lading, will sail punctually ou the day appointed. Her accom- modations arc of a superior order, and an ex- perienced Surgeon is engaged. For passage, or light freight only, apply on board, off Armi

tage's Wharf; or, to

GEORGE THORNE, Jamison-street.

July 26._1298

SAILING MATCH l'OR A SWEEP-

STAKES OF ONE GUINEA EACH.

TO come off on MONDvY, the 31st July,

for Boats fifteen feet on the keel, to start from Soldiers' Point, round Shark Island and back. CONDITIONS.

1st.-Boats to carry s,rit main sails only, and what they like before the wind.

2nd -To start from a warp before the wind, round a boat placed in a convenient situation, tben proceed das-n the harbour, round Shark Island on thenoith side, and back to Pinchgut Island, rounding it ou the south side, then round Shirk Island again as before, and back to the starting boat, passing it on the east or Sydney side.

3rd.-If any boat carries water ballast it must be* fresh water, and no ballast to be taken in or thrown overboard after starting.

4th.-A boat on the larboard tack to bear up for one on the starboard tack.

Sth.-Any' boat willfully fouling another to

lose the race.

Gth -All disputes to be settled by the umpire,

and his decision to be final.

7th.-Boals to he measured on the rabbet of the keel, from the fore part of the stem to the after part of the stem post,

8th.-To start at eleven o'clock.

9th.-Entrance lo be made at Mr. Wheeler's, Blue Bell, Erakine-street, on or before Saturday

Nifi-ht, the 29tb.

AH expenses attending the races to be paid by- the winner. i427

ADVERTISEMENT.

AS I arcnlently fell in with the newspaper

Austi alian, of jcsterday, I observed a notice to me from a Mr II Allen, Chief Officer of the stesm bout Comet, i expecting the making fast of warps to my ship, (the Dublin^, and in reply thereto I lime to inform Mr H Allen, that I never refused to allow his or rather the Comet's warps to be muda fast to the Dublin, provided they weic made fast in their proper places, and not to the channels, &c , of the said ship, howe* er, there appears a vciy great deal of spider-like venom in the public notice of Mr. H. Allen, but as a Comet is supposed a fiery though transient meteor, I feel no surprise at a few sparks in this instance emanating from its tail, as I suppose on board such a steamer as the Comet, the Chief Officer lives aft I hope for the credit of the Comet it will retain its plsce among us a little longer to gain some more passengers, otherwise I fear the notice of jesterday will cause the profits of its appearance t > be very small, I have much pleasure in seeing a yarn so ably doubled, at a first attempt at "thorn's Wharf,' audwould adwse th« writer U make a second mai, which may s'lJl further bring forth his literary acquirements to the notice of the public.

GEORGE B. DTJNIAM

July 27._Hil I TALLOW, I<ROM SHEEP BOILING.

A QUANTITY of 1 ALLOW, this day

arrived dom St. John's farm, is now at Mr. Armstrong's Veterinary Repository, for public Inspection HS1

NEW GOODS.

THE undersigned has just received by the

late arrivals, au evtcnswc assortment of every description of useful and fashionable Golds, which he can offer to the Public at UN- USUALLY LOW PRICES, MZ -

Print dresses 4s each

Chusan and various other fancy dresses It. Gd. De laines ditto 4s i)d * Six-four Mcrinocä Is Od. Ditto French ditto is 3d. Gros de Naples 2s. ii.

Persians Is 4d

Welsh flannels Is 5d. ' f Super long cloths G ¡<l. .

White rolled jacconcts twenty yards, 7s. 3d,

per piece

French willows 6s. 9d per dozen * .> Bonnet shapes Is dil each '

Widows' cap* Is Id '

Silk looped fringe 5d. per yard / > > >

Blcci and coloured silk and Chenille fringes ia

great lauety

Also, * ," I , fords and tassels, &o. i ' G mp trimmings and fancy bu'tons * > Hook"! and eves, lOd. uer gross . J

Keel wire, 2s. per dozen . i v< Chip, îs 3d ditto

Ribbon wire, Is Cd. per grass Cotton cord, 5s ditto

Black and white waddings J Straw needles and card board

Black silk mitts, 'Jc1, gloves ditto, Is. per pair Parasols, 2s. 6d. each I

And an endless variety of other goods equally

as cheap, at

T. DAVIES'S,

George-street,

1438 Opposite th» Commercial Bank.

~TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, &c.

By the Slantlertnyt, f*om Loudon

COAT EDGING AND BINDING

Blsck Silecias

Black, drab, and scarlet shalloon Black end oolam ed twist Ra\ cn sewings

Black silk serge

Black cotton velvet

Blue and black superfine

Black and drab cassimerrs

White and drab moleskins and cautoons Calicoes, all sorts > Lawns and Irish buena , Rough and dreised Hollareis Table damask and diaper Linen and colton checas

Children's worsted boots J * '

With a variety of other good«. I ,

WILLUM COLEMVN. ' 5, George-street, opposite Mettra, Peek and Campbell's. ' "' ' '2 1419

<-,. * «» «a .

'1 ', n . ' i ' , |

ADVERTISEMENT.

FAMILIES and others who wish lo avail

themselves of the price at which prime Legs of Mutton ate being daily sold at the Five Ooèk Farm Boi'mg Establishment, arc informed, that they are delivered at thst establishment only, and in niij number from five to fif y, or move. This nothe i« given, in consequence of families having sent ordeis for them, to bo dcii veied at their koines in Sydney.

A stall will be opened in the Sydney Market Place, in a few day», for the sale of them, of which due no«ice will bo given. 1112

BELLINGEN CEDAR.

THE Jane Scott baa just arrived from the

Bellingen with the firit cargo from that river, which ii, without doubt, the most iplemlul quality ever brought to Sydney. The trade are requested to look at it and judge foi themselves. It would command in ti e London market a much hi eher price than nny previously shipped from hence. Apply at the Albion Wharf, to the linders gned, who alone has this new river cedar

for silo.

1429 _M. LAST.

CURRANTS AND RAISINS.

NEW Hunte Currants in caro'cclR, and

Crc<me Rniaira in bartels, now landing from the JPotiny, for sale hy

1468_LAMB AND PARBUtlY.

SALT.

ON SALE at the stores of the undersigned

St. Ube'j and Liverpool Salt

ECCLESTON AND HIRST,

1402 Qucen-strcet.

FORT^ÄLE,~itThV Tannery of |tbe under-

signed. Colonial Leather of all descrip- tion», wholesale and retail for Cash.

Sole Leather 8d per lb. by the side Kip ditto Is. 2d. per lb. ditto

And other Leather equally cheap.

ALSO,

At the following Grindery Warehouses . Mr. Samuel Matthews, George-street ; Mr. William Soole, George-street; Mr. William Wyatt, Pitt

street.

WILLIAM PAWLEY.

N.B.-Considerable rcductioninadetocounlry Storekeepers.

July 2G._,_1401

ON SALE BYTHE.UNDER

81GNFD

Three bushel bags, in lots to suit purchasers

Four hundred and fifty pieces best make of

calico, in lots to suit purchasers

ALSO,

Quart pickles, bottled fruits, and white wine vinegar, m bottle, and warranted best in the market. WALTER 8TEWART,

Lower Georgp-strect,

Next door to the Herald Office. 1415 PE\RMAIN APPLES of the first quality,

in small packages-a single cask will be sold. Apply on board «he brig Sir John Byng direct from Van Diemen's Land, at the Flour

Company's Wharf:_1396

ON SALE at the stores of the undersigned

Sheet, Lead Nos. i and S.

ECCLESTON AND HIRST,

1403 Queeu-strcet.

CANARY BIRDS.

CANARY BIRDS for sale; apply to Mr.

John Little, Grocer, George-street Sou b. Persons requiring the same are requested to apply before Tuesday. 1412

npO BE SOLD, for CASH, and possession Ja. given in October ne\r, all that valuable

Estate of BARRIER, on the Shoalhaven River, contoimng eight 1 utulred acres, more or less, with the Stock, Crops, and all implement« be- longing to the said estate. Application to be made to Mis. Reibey, the proprietress, New

Town.

July 2(5. 1397 BY ORDER OP THE TRUSTEES

OF MR. WILLIAM LUSHINGTON GOODWIN.

npO BE SOLD, without rcsprve, in accordance X with the terms of the trust deed, the

Goodwill of the old-established Journal well known as THE CORNWALL CMIOMCLB, together with the plant and materials, consist-

ing of

One double-demySiron printing p12:.»

One ditto

One foolscap ditto , One demy press, wooden ' One card press, wooden

One copperplate press, Ac. ' ' One standing press . .

Fifty pair cases of type ' i < Twenty-eight brass galleys j, < , .

Two standing galleys i , , \ Five wooden galleys ' ' '

Twelve iron galleys ' ' "' ' Two coffin galleys «' Í> u >

Four iupO'ing stones, with frames, drawers, &c Fifteen chases ' , ¡ ,, i Seven frames , ,

Three racks i Two horses and banks ' ' Í ' ' Two inking tables " " '

Eight composing sticks ' . < i Wetting boards, troughs, &c » ~>] i A. large quantity of new metal jobbing letter . A large quantity of new wood ditto ' '

A small quantity of printing and other paper.

The very extensive circulation of this news- paper has brought it into hitch repute- as a medium of advertising not to be surpassed in the colonies ; and it is offered for public com- petition in the fullest confidence that the suc- cessful candidate for the proprietorship will be enabled to lay the basis of a fortune, in the vain pursuit of which a life might be spent in

any other occupation.

This va'uahle property will be sold by public tender : and the underaigncd will receive sealed tenders, at h'n office, in St. John-street, Laun- ceston, until two o'clock, p ni., on Monday, the 21 at day of August next, after which time no application will be received. The tenders must be addressed "To the Trustees of Mr. W. li. Goodwin," and marked "Teuder for Cornwall Chronicle." Each tender must state, in addition to the sum offeted, the proposed terms and mode of payment. Ampie security, to be approved of by the trustees, will be required for all aumi not paid in cash at the completion of the contract -, and the party whose tender is accepted, will be required forthwith to enter into a bond, with t<vo sur, ties, to be approved of by the Trustees, in double the amount of hu tender conditioned for due fulfilment of his contract. If any deficiency should be discovered ou delivery of the articles ubove enumerated, the party tendering shall receiv e a fair allowance, to be deducted from his tender, to be decided in the usual way by two referees and their um- pire. Possession will be given immediately after the completion of the contract.

For further particulars, or for permission to inspect the plan', applv to

FREDERICK WALFORD,

Solicitor to the Trustees,

6ti5 St. John-street, Launceston

LICENSED PUBLIC HOU&Ë7

Centrically situated in the lowu of Parramatta, TO BE DISPOSED OF, tno years' Lease

of that well-known Public House, the Blue Bell, situated at the corner of Smith and Phillip streets, and in the immediate vicinity ol Peisley's contract Slaughtering Ustablishmtnt, and the Cumberland Mills. For further par- ticulars apply to the proprietor, on the pre- mises, «hose sole motive for disposing of the Lease, is, his anxiety to remove iuto the interior. The futures ano, necessaiy utensils, together with possession, can be had on the 1st July.

7513

TO BE DISPOSED OP,

NOW IN FULL TRADE, an etlensivc

wholesale and retail grocery business, situated in King-street West, with every con venience suitable for the above line. The whole of the stock, or any part, can be taken on the most reasonable terms, with the lease of the premises. For further particulars, apply to Mr. K. M'Kcnzie, on the above establish- ment'; early application will be recessary. 1464

WOOL.

Til E undersigned arc Cash buyers ol

Wool.

SWAIN, WEBBS, AND CO,,

184 Harrington-street, Churcii-hlll

MONEY. , ! FIFTEEN per cent, will he given for from

£100 to ¿700. for five or s;,en year». The lender will be Becurcl by a Mortgugf on first rate Town aud Suburban properties, to more thin tiehlc the oniount. Early ap¡lie»

tiorn, addressed C. D., Post Office, Sydney, will be attended to. G28

TQ SHIP-BUILDERS, ENG INFERS.

AND OTHERS.

nnENDEUS are requited for building a JL Steamer with two four- hf rse power engine« : tenders will be received together with enitiocs or separately. Plans and , specifications may be reen On npplteation ut the Balmain Ferry Home, Miller's Point. Tende-i will hi leceived until Y'ursday next, 1st \ri<ust._Li'jL_

NOTICE.

THE Business of A. Foss, Cheruist, A.c., l8,

Pitt-street and George nnd Park streets, ii continued at present as heretofore.

All persons indebted to the Estate arc re- quested to pay the nmsunt of their accounts to A, Foss, who is authorised to receive the same.

?'I5VSSTOT T 1 Provisional

ALEX. CAMPBELL, J- Tru,tcp.

JOHN FAIRFAX, J lru3tc"» Sye'ney, July 1J. _739

IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATES OF

WILLIAM BLYTH, JOHN HARRIS,

AND T. HAWKINS.

DIVIDENDS are payable in the abovr

Estates at tl.e Office of the undersigned

SMITH AND BENNETT,

Hunler-stteet.

July 27._I««

TAKE Notice, that I, Edward Gregory Sa-

vage, of York-street, in the City of Sydney, Gentleman, one of the Attorneys of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, do intend to apply, on the 5th day of August next, to be re-ad mitted on the rolls of the said Court. Dated this fifteenth day of July, 1843.

1209 E.G.SAVAGE.

NOTICE.-The pat Inernhip hitherto existing

between us as Auctioneers and General Dealers, carrying on business in King-street, in the city of Sydney, under the sty le of Myers and Moses, ii this day dissolved by mutual consent ; and it is requested that all outstanding debts due to the firm will be paid forthwith to Mr. Isaac Simmons, of George-street, in the City nloresaid. Auctioneer, who is duly au.' thorisetl to receive, and give discharges for the some. ,

Dated this 2fith day of July, 1843.

fSigncd) EMANUEL MYERS. ' (Signed) ABRAHAM MOSES. 8igned in the presence of

JAMES STIBLINO Hour*. 1360

NOTICE.

THE consignees of the following goods will

please pass entry for the same without de- lay,- otherwise they will be stored at their ex- pense, aud a portion sold to pay freight and charges, viz.:

Ex Parkfield, from London.

Gn. 10 casks consigned to K. C. Goidon

! 1 case directed J. Lusby, Esq.

I ditto ditto Henry Boyce, Esq. .

Et Amiga, from Liverpool.

B in diamond 1 & ¡J. Two cashs hardware, and

sundry anchors and chninr, consigned

to " Order."

KOWAND, MACNAB, AND CO.,

1420 Harrington-street.

NOTICE. !

ALL Parties who have goods in the stores

of the late firm of Foss and Lloy d are hereby requested to take notice, that the Trus- tees will not hold themselves reiponsible for anything after Thursday next, 27th instant ¡ and all goods not removed on that day will be sold on Friday morning to satisly the claims against them, fur ¡.tore rent, &c.

WILLUM MACNAB. \ Provisional ROBERT BOURNE, j" Trustees.

July 25._<_1259

PERSONS having any claim on the Estate

of the late Mr. Henry Baldwin, of Wilber- force, deceased, are requested without delay to furnish the particulars of same to Mr. Bcddek, solicitor, Windsor; and persons indebted to the said Eätate are requested forthwith to pty the »mounts owing by thein into the hands of Mr. Beddelc. Dated 10th July, 1813. 550 NOTICE.-The Undersigned hereby repeats

his former notices lo the publie, not to give trust or credit to any person whatsoever on his account, without his written authority. He also cautions all persons from purchasing any property of any kind from his estate, Mark Lodge, without obtaining his written order, and accounting with him for the same.

W. BLAND.

Pitt-street North, July 25. ],H8 NOTICE is hereby given that the usual

Licenses of Departure were this day granted to the following persons, viz. ;-Daniel Morrison, Charles Guest, Charles Grant, Dr. Owen, Charles Jackson, «nd John Maunders, to proceed in the barque Stratheden, hound to Madras j and Thomas Dayley, to proceed in the barque British 'isle, bound to Guam ; agreeabl« to the loth 'section of the Act of Council, 4 Victoria, No. 17.

?i '. H. H. BROWNE,

Superintendent of Water Police. Water Police Office, Sydney,

July 27. , 1409

¡ChlOO WANTED.

WANTED to borrow, the stun of JCiSOO,

on unencumbered landed property for five years, at ten per cent. Application to be mude to Mr. George Allen, solicitor, Elizabeth street, Sydney. 1404'

IS BY 22 OR LARGER.

ANTED, by the undersigned, a few boxes Crown Glass, l8 by 22 or larger; o liberal price will be given by

WALTER «STEWART,

Lower Georgc-strect, ,

1125 Next door to the Herald Office.

CATTLE AND SHEEP WANTED.

WANTED from 1000 to 2000 sheep and 100

heifers, either to purchase or ou halves. Apply by letter, post paid, to J. H. Stead, Gundaroo, by Gunning 8579 WANfED a good Milliner; one that ha« a

perfect knowledge of Drawn Bonnet making would be preferred. Apply at Mrs. Davies, 7, George-street, opposite the Commer-

cial Bank.

Wanted, also, a general House Servant. 1437

ANTED, an assistant for the Di apery. Enquire at Devonshire House. 1417 COOK -Wanted a good Cook, of sober

and industrious habits, v?itli character of ability. Apply to Mr. Joseph Smith, Saracen's Head Hotel, King-street. 1410 WANTED, a female servant of all work.

Apply at the office of 8. A. Bryant and Co., Bank Court King-street. 1421 WANTED, in a gentleman's fimily, a man

who understands plain cooking, and can wait at table ; also, a female competent to the care of four jouug children. Unexceptionable characters will be required. Apply at the Lodge, opposi e the Station-house, Elizabeth-street, near the Court-house. 1351

WANTED, TWO GARDENERS.

WANTED, two active single men, who can

produce satisfactory references. Apply to Mr. John 8tcwart, Veterinary Surgeon, corner of Pitt and Liverpool streets. 1.180

TO DAIRYMEN.

WANTED, a confidential man, who has been

accustomed to deliver milk in Sydney, Apply to Mr. Monies, 48, Phillip-street, Sydney.

For Sale, a weighing michine, with weights, nearly new, in good order, and capable of weich ing half a ton at a draught. Apply as above.

_1292 WANTED, four good Shepherds and two

Ilutkecpers ; apply at Mr. Francis's, Cum- berland-street, Cliu.-ch lull, from nine till ten o'clock in the msruiug, 1406

WANIED, asituation, hy a married couple,

the man as Coachman, and the woman

as Cook. Apply to E, J., at Mr, Wright's, Aus- tralian lirewtry, J-120

VISITING GOVERNESS.,

A LADY who is nlretuly engaged in tlie

nbove capncity, bus a few hours at her disposal. She is qualified to instruct in the usual branches of education, including French, Italian, and Music.

' The most satisfactory references enn be given. Letten addresned to A. B" nt W. J. Morris's, Patent Ledger Mtmifactory, 8, Georgc-strcct.

13Î0

A YOUNG MAN, without ¡ncunibi ance,

wants i situation ¡is Draftsman in an Architect's office ; he thoroughly understands how to gue R11 the plnns hcloncine; to n hui! 'ing ; he would bp willina; to cniçngp with any gentle innu who is lu (be Imililii'ir line, as to con- ducting any building he might have; ha has no objection to town ¿r country. Terms of wages will be moderate. Satisfactory testimonials as to character, if lcquirod. Direct for A, M'D., Herald Office._M63 ' TWO POUNDS REWARD.

STOLEN or Streyed, from Turee, on Tues-

day, the 11th instant, the following horses, viz. :- One dark brown hone, aged, branded S m and NS on near shouKicr, and HX under mane ou off side neck, and one grey pony, branded B and (li in circle. Th" above reward will be paid to any person who will i;ive siifh information na will lead to the recovery of the abo^e hottes, 1302

ONE POUND REWARD.

LOST, on Sunday, between Mrs, Macquarie'«

Chair and the Post Office, a Diamond Brooch, with au emerald centre,-had a email gold pin and chain attached. Whoever finds, and will return it to Mr. Rickards, George street, near the Post Office, shall receive the above reward. __!£!? FOUND, between Five Doek and Bedlam

Point, four logs of timber. Whoever can

prove the same to bp. their p-opcrty can have it I by paying expenses. Apply to W. Lindsay, Windmill-street. 1151

BOARD, &o.-Accommodations for gentle-

men on moderate terms in a reîpeclable family, at the north end of the city. For cards of address apply to Mr. W. Walker, Grocer, Lower Gearce-street, 1085

OFFICES TO LET.

TO LET, the Offices lr.tely occupied by Mr.

Jeffcott, in M entworth-place. Apply to Mr. Spencer, 14, Wcntworth-placc. U07

RENTS REDUCED 00 PER CENT.

WORTHY TUB ATTENTION OF MKUCHANTS, SHI1'

CHANDLKRS, mOVISIONKRH, AND 0T1IKRS, KKQV1RINO CONVKNIKNT rilEMlSKS.

TO LET, those Premises now in the occupa-

tion of Messrs. Ashford and Daniels,

merchants, whose lease expires on or about 30th instant, when possession may be obtained. This propeity consists of a loomy Warehouse and Cellars, and commodious Family Residence, situate in Lower George-street.

ALSO,

Two Warehouses opposite the above, having Upper and Lower Floors, and well adapted for a Woolsorter or a Wine and Spirit Merchant, with Office, &c,

BANK OR GAS SHARES

Taken in exchange for Land in George street, or Land and Orchards within seven miles of the city. For terms and paiticulars, apply lo

MR. J. 8, HANSON,

Aspinal Lodge, or at 98, George-street. July 21. _ 1069

rjno BE LET, for a term of years, those spa JL cious premises, situated in George-street North, (nearly opposite the Liverpool Tavern), lately occupied by Mr. Thorne, wine merchant. For'further particulars apply to Mr. John B: Smithers, Elizahetlwtreet, or to Ironside and Rich, Lower George-ätrcet. t 7101

TO~GROCERS.

TOBE LET, a Home well established in

the Grocery and Provision Trade, for the last two years, situated in the most central part of tUcCity; alio the stock, eausistimr of every article in the above line. Terms moderate ; half cash ou possession givan, and approved bills at three and five months. Apply to Mr. Grucolt] Engraver, at llobbs'a and Jones's, George ttrcet. _ 1457

TO TIMBER DEALERS & OTHERS. TO LE'»', a store and large yard, with black-

smith's shop, on the Union Wharf. Apply *o Isaac Simmons, City Auction Mart, George

street. 1294

TO LET, a Houve in Fort street, opposite

Dr. Nicholson^, containing nine room», large kitchen, and servants' room. Apply to W. Wallis, builder, Elizabeth-street North.

1215

COTTAGES ON THE REDFERN

ESTATE

TO LET, two Cottages (just completed), con-

taining six rooms each, an outer kitchen, (stable and coach-house, if r squired), with a large garden, &c. Apply to J. frederick Hilly 8urveyor, York-street. 7563 TO BE LET, that eligible family residsnee at

Miller's Point, known as Woollstou Cot- tage, and lately occupied by Captain M'Lcau ; it is beautifully situated, and commands au ex- tensive and delightful view of the harbour, and well suited for a respectable family. For parti- culars and cards to view, apply to Pite and Preston, 34, Pitt-street, Sydney. 1291 TO BE LET, about a mi'e from the City, an

excellent family House, with coach-house, stabling, large yard, fowl-houses, store, large garden, about five acres in barley, and consist- ing of from sixteen to eighteen acres, all clcarec' and divided into paddocks. Apply to Mr. Stubbt Auction Mart, King-street. 839J

A KRINGTON PARK-To Lst, for five years, in consequence of the present occu- pier removing to his own estate, this Farm, situated in the Cowpastures, containing one thousand acres, admirably adapted for dairy and agricultural purposes ; the house is fit for the accommodation of a large family, with every convenience. For further particulars apply to Thomas Woore, Esq , if by letter, post-paid.

_1399

FARM AND RESIDENCE.

TO LET, an excellent FARM, within about

forty miles of Sydney, having on it a most comfortable and convenient stone Cottage, &c. The farm is divided into convenient sized pad- docks, and is watered hy a fine cieck, never knewa to fail, which renders it peculiarly fa- vourable for dairy purposes; and being within half a mile of a parish church and post office, and tfcc roads in the neighbourhood very good, it would be found a comfortable and agreeable residence for a small family. Apply to Camp, bell, Hill, and Co., Jamison-street, 852 TO LET, that well-known and extensive pro-

perty in the township of Nurea, called the White Horse Inn, lately occupied by William

Combes.

The House consists of two parlours, five bed rooms, bar, tap, cellar, stove, kitchen, laundry, and storeroom, au excellent eight-stall stable, sheds, outhouses, and a never-failing well of water, garden, small paddock, and a first-rate stockyard, capable of holding one thousand head of cattle. The whole of the premises are new and substantially built, and enclosed with a paling fence five feet high. There will also be let with the above a four-room cottage and a garden and forge in full work, the whole presents an opportunity to individuals of small capital that seldom occurs, the house being situated on the road to Wellington, in one of the finest situations for business, cannot fail to realize in a short time a comfortable in- dependence.

For rent and particulars apply personally, or by letter, post paid, to Mr. T. D. Syer, Auc- tioneer, &c" Durham-street, Bathurst. 1395

SALES~BY AUCTION."

THIS EVENING.

WG. MOORE is instructed to sell, THIS

. EVENING, at his Rooms, nart's Buildings, Pitt-street,

A very large case of Australasian Birds, set up,

the glass case measures four feet hy two feet

sine inches.

Term« at sale. 1412

FURNITURE, &c.

Mît G. A LLOYD will sell by auction, fit

the Rooms, Lower George street, THIS DAY, 28th in tant, at eleven o'clock precisely, A quantity of furniture, comprising

Chests of drawers <" 'i i

Washhand stands i ; bed steps , r i1(f One loo table ,

One writing t ble ' ' '

AI so, « ' J ' '

1 quantity of binges, axle pullies) sickles, «heap

shears, «Sfc , de. i j _ ,/ <| <

Terms ot.salc. , '«8 HANDSOME PHAETON.

MR. Cl'ORGF A. LLOYD will sell hv

auetion, at hu Rooms, Lower George street, THIS D1Y, the 28th mstnut, nt eleven o'clock precisely,

One handsome hooded phaeton, light green

body, pricked out with dark green. _ .

Seized under a foreign attachment against H.

El^nr.

10 74 Stole unreserved -Terms cash.

IN HIE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF

TOSS AND LLOYD.

HY OlinKU 01 TIIK THUS! una,

MR. GrORGr A LLOYD will sell by

auction, nt the Rooms Lower George street, THIS DAY, the 28th instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely,

Twenty k?ga dry white lead One case bonnet straw

Several sets of paper haugmgi, consisting of

Views in Indi?, Brazils, &c. One chest tea

Nmeteeh boxes window glass

One hair covered spring-seated sofa

Five cases cheese

Ten reams coloured demy

Casks of pitch, tir, nntl losin

One hogshead of lamp chimneys '

One cat» sickles "* " i *' Four kcpstobatco Í .> , , Plated skewer« , r A number of trunks and empty boxes

One case ibampag te f

One hundred U07cn Dunhar's ale F

One hundred doren Dunhar's porter t, t * Several cases port mid sherry t * " >

Tom or five hun Ired of empty bags, suitable forf

shipping grain ¡ "

With a variety of other articles too numerous to

mention.

Terms at Sale.

"*" The Ate, Porter, and Wines will he sohl at Iwelve o'clock. x _1387 R" NEILL HODGE will sell by Auction,

. at Mr. Lilley's (southern) City Auction Rooms, THIS Ü4.Y, at Eleven o clock.

By ord«r of the Trustees in the estate of an

Insolvent.

Household Furniture, Groeenes, Pork, Blan-

kets, Watch, and a variety of other goods.

Terras at sale. _1456 ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY

CONCERN.

Ex " R A o u E r,. "

MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at

his rooms, George street, adjoining the Bank ot New South Wales, on SAIURDAY, the 29th lustant, at Eleven o'clock,

bix bundles Spades, slightly damaged by salt

water.

Terms at sale 1434 IN THE ESTATE OF J. W D. PASS-

MORE, AN INSOLVENT. * MR BL VCUMAN will sell by nuction, at

his Rooms, George street, adjoining the Bank of New boulh Wale*, on SAiUUDAY, the 29th instnnt, at Eleven o'elock.

A quantity of bilverplate nud German Ware

Also, Thros Pistols.

_Ttrms nt sale._1483 ~ NEGROIIEAD TOBACCO.

MR BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at

his Rooms, George-street,on bATUR DAY, the 29th instant, at li o'clock precisely,

Seven kegs Negrolrad Tobacco.

Terms nt sale 1435

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PHAE-

TON, ¿te.

MU. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at

nis rooms, George street, on SATUR- DAY, the 29(h instant, at twelve o'e'eek precisely, t

Second hand phncton ¿Chairs Tables

Sofas ' ' '

Tea and breakfast service Duiner and dessert service Rifle gun and ease

Sherry and Madeira vi mo». ;

Terms, cash. U30 rsUPERIOR TRENCH BRANDY,

HOCK, AND CLAREI'.

MR BLACKMAN will sell by auction at

his Room i, George-street, on SA1UR D\Y, the 29th instant, it Llevan o'clock pre- cisely,

TO ci OSE AN ACCOUNT.

Twenty cases very superior French Brandy, one

dozen each

Twenty five ditto diuo ditto Hock Thirty ditto ditto ditto Claret

In lots to suit purchasers. s

Mr Blackman can with confidence recom- mend the above to the public.

Term« at sale. 1379 JHiEEHOLD PROPER,! Y IN THE

TOWNSHIP OF PARRAMATTA.

MP. BLACKMAN will sell by auction, at

his Rooms, George street, on MONDAY, the list instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely, by order of the Executor of the late Mr. Hugh

Kennedy.

ONE ROOD AND EIOHT PKECIIKS,

situated in the town of Parramatta, parish of Field of Mars, County of Cumberland. Allot- ment 2 of section No 13, situate on the south side of Grose stieet, bounded on the west by a line two chains twenty two links ¡ on the cast by a line to Grcse-atreet two chains thirty links, on the north hy that street one chain twenty two links, together with Weatherboardcd Cot- tage erected and now standing thereon

Terms and conditions at time of sale, 1123 SECURE & PR0FI1ABLE INVEST

MEN I.

MR. BIACKMAN will sell by auction, at

his Rooms, George street, on MONDAY, tlie 31st instant, at Twelve o'clock precisely,

Ten Shares in the Ls.nk of New South Walci,

£30 paid up on caeh share

Forty-three Sitares in the Australian Gas Com-

pany, to paul up on each share

ALSO,

Fifty Alliance Assurance Übares.

Term« at sale. 12G7 TO SADDLERS, DEALERS AND

OTHERS.

I8AAC 8IMM0NS will sell by auction, at the

City Mart, on MONDAI, the 31st instant, at Eleven o'clock precisely,

11 sets gig harness 1 sets pony ditto

50 saddles and bridles

40 pilot coats, more or less damaged

1 C3 double breasted vests 21 dozen ladies' stays 125 horse ctrciugles 102 rugs

2 cases of hats

50 cases pickles

20 ditto bottled fruits

2 hales calicoes

Terms at sale. 1414 2800 BAGS FINE GROCERS' SUGATl. MR SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction,

at his mart corner of George-street and Charlotte place, on 1UESÜAY next, the 1st day of August, at eleven o'clock,

f wo thousand eight hundred bags fine gTOcers'

sugar (about one hundred and twenty tons) The best sample now in the market.

Terms at sale. 1450

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

II. CHAPMAN, City Auctioneer, Will sell by auction, at his Rooms, Gcorge strert, on MONDAY, July Slat, at Eleven o'clock, the following coot's,

Gent's fa«h!onabla great coal»!

'Gent's summer ditto ' ' 'Stock-keeper's coats

Damask tablecloths , % j q

Moleskin trousers

Moleskin trousers, damaged by »alt water Trunk of ladies' boas ' "

China ai\d British crape shawls -i f ' ¡

One hundred pirres cotton handkerchief! U t fi " Three cases artificial llorera ». j Iu «v n-uï 1

Airru «molí, a, ,t "hfli(l*fla -1 Quantity of planes .mil filet. -,

A enpital new mingleJ , ' * v'lJ '

Chest drawers '' .'a ' - '"" J>/'' < »'!'.' Handsome cot ' - . ;? >P ¡o'if'f Feather heds ., ¡ ' ' ? > , u. tot Iron bedstead^.'1^; , ,t_ » ( ,, Day or night telescopes , _

Lsrge carpet "

Sole nnd kip leather nnd kangaroo sHn«, a«.

knowledgctl to be the best leather lu the ' Colony i '1 Twelve new saddles and bridles .. , Invoice of blaeking

Ousts of green tca\ ,."",""",. I Ditto black ditto } «»waged

Casks containing twenty do7cn assorted saucers ' Two casks superior cut glassware. r i

Term»-Cash. 1424

ADVANTAQ EOUS TO BUTCHERS.

MR. 8TUUUS will sell hy public auction, at

the Cattle Market, THIS DAY, nt Twelve

o'olock, without reserve, by order of the pro- , prictors,

Thir'y head prime fat bullocks, in lots to suit

1 purchasers.

_Terms at sale._ 1418

,- THE THREE KISSING POINT FARMS,

WHICH ARK TO UK SOI D " NÏXT MONDAV," i ' HY -un «Tonna, vi/. :

Good sound ~l Lot 1 Ten acres "| more orchard and J-Lot 2 Twenty acres V or tillage land J Lot 3 Twenty-three acres J les«.

SJ2T NOT«.-In inviting the industrious Gar-

dener and Horticulturist's attendance at this sale,

MR. 8TUBBS exercises a most pleasing: and

gratifying duty in pointing out this well known fact regarding this diitrict, that whilst L \NDHOLDERS at Kissing Point " cling to the last inch " to their possessions in this quarter, still he has undertaken the disposal of these important and well-known farms, under the promise of a most prompt and tmrrserved sale, such as the public have nevrr had before held out to thrm, as a prospect of present ad- vantages and future benefit.

SITUATED

only a shoit distance from Kissing Point Church, the road thereto presents a drive of a perfect Rural Paradise. The interesting cha- racter of this district is known throughout every magazine in Europe for its share of the bounteous gift« which Nature has bestowed upon it in every department of tbe vegetable, horticuituial, and floral kingdom.

MR. STUBBS, therefore, respectfully an-

nounces, that he is instructed by the Proprietor, '

to sel

BY PUBLIC AUCTION, i . AT THE MART, KING-STREET, On MONDAY next, the 31st day of July, 1843,

TUB W11 oes

1 OF THE ABOVE PET FARMS,

AT TWELVE O'CLOCK PRBOIMtLY.'

J TI r-LE.-Une\ccptionable ' ?

' TERMS.-15 per cent cash deposit, and the" 'residue at 3 ard 0 months.-For LOCALITY, sea Plan at Mart._1413

FURNITURE.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction,

at his mart, corner of George-street and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, Friday, 28th instant, at ten o'clock, t

One easy chair

One werdrobo

Six chests drawers o Six dressing tables

One set dining tables.

Terms at sale. 14.19 BLACK TEA,

MR. SAMUEL LYON» will sell by Auction,

at his Mart, corner of George-street mid Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, Fsiday, the 28th

instant, nt ten o'clock,

li-Twenty catty boxes black Tea

Turins at sale. 1412 SALMON,

ron ACCOUNT oír WHOM ir MAY CONCERN.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by awi

lion, at his Mart, corner of George it tee t and Charlotte-place, THIS DAY, Friday, the 28th instant, at ten o'clock, without reserve,

Forty barrels Salmon.

' Terms at sale. 1144

SHOES.

ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MA'V CONCERN.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell Uy auction,

at his mart, corner of George-street nnd Charlotte-place, on SATURDAY, the 29tU instant, nt eleven o'clock.

A & D m diamond--One trunk rontnining

.,, j ¡ T Eighty-two pairs Shoes,

§31 damaged In consequence > ' of being improperly 'i. < packed.

' ,_Terms at sale._1440 ' '"DERWENT MEADOW HAY,

' - Just landed, ex Louisa.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by auction,

at the Queen's Wharf, on SATURDAY, the 29th instant, ut twelve o'clock precisely,

About ten tons Bryant's Derwent meadow hay,

from English grasses, ia small bales, well packed.

Terms at sale. 1443 PAPER AND BLANKETS.

On account of whom it may concern, being

more or less damaged by salt water.

Ex RACHEL.

MR. S VMUEL LYONS will sell by nuctiop,

at his Mart, corner of Georgs-street anil Charlotte place, on SATURDAY, the 29.li ¡nat., at el«ven o'clock,

A &D in diamond, ) One hale containing five

T outside, § 2 Í reams cartridge paper

Ditto ten ditto ditto

C-Twenty reams thick double

small hand, 20 lb.

a-Thirty reams ditto, 14 lb.

16-Fifty pairs 9-4 medium

blanket).

it Terms at sale. 1141 AN EXCELLENT O PPORTUNIT Y FOR THE'INVESTMENT OF CAPITAL.

STATION, SHEEP, CATTLE. AND ALL

THE IMPROVEMENTS THEREON.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS has received in-

structions fiom the Trustees (Captain, \V. Oldrey, R. N., and William Dumaresq, Esq.), to sell by auction, at his Mart, corner of George-street and Charlotte Place, on MON- DAY, the 7th day of August next, at eleven o'clock,

The Station is called BROGO, within about fifty miles oi the Coast, at Broulee, with about two thousand Sheep, belonging to the estate, together with the Huts, Stockyards, Paddocks, Growing Wheat, Garden, and Farmiug Imple- ments, and Working Bullocks, with Dray, &c,,

as under.

1031 Breeding ewes, of ages not exceeding

four years

257 Wethers, of ages ditto two years

57 Rams, not exceeding six years

C5G Weaned lambs, ewes, and wetherr, mixed 2001 Head of sheep, more or less

6 Working bullocks

1 Horse

THREE IIUrs.-One superior, wun taff rooms, ham, and sheep-shed enclosed, with ? two-rail fence, nine-acre paddock sown with,

wheat, a small stock yard, half-acre garden * enclosed witlt fivc-fcet paling, two hundred hurdles; all the improvements are nearly new, dray, plough, harrow, two mill» with seives, yokes, bows, chains, &c, for eight bullocks, saws, axes, spades, hoes, cooking utensils, meat casks, Sic f &c.

Terms at sale. 1449

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