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THE Subscribers to this Paper,

and the Public generally, are respectfully informed, that the fol- lowing Rules are strictly adhered

to;

In Sydney.- No new Subscribers will be received without one miarter being paid in advance, for which ten per cent, will be allowed ; the sub-

scription in advance being 13s.6d, | per quarter. i

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ing new Subscribers, and pay in ad- j

vanee. i

PARRAMATTA MjfHl^X STEAMERS,

From Sydney, 9 A.M.

12 NOON

* P.M. 6 P.M.

C0MMEHC1 AL ¿£g|£5ËS» W H A K F.

ON and after Monday, 30th December,

the hours of starting will be as follows :

From Parramatta, 7 A.M.

8 A.M. 12NOON

3 P.M.

Fires reasonable.-FRUIT and other Fnlght at lew rates ; WOOL. One Shilling a Btlt; and the usual facilitiei for atoreag* and delivery, free of charge.

Apply-at Parramatta to Copts. Morris or Shorter,-at Sydney to

JAS. PATERSON,

662 Manager.

PanAMA-rrA \ Im/ElVffi^x STEAMER

NATIVE.

WHE times of starting the old packets A having been again altered to hours le« convenient for the public, and with no other object than to injure the proprietors of the »bare favourite steam -pucket,

Notle i* respectliilly given by the owners that they do not intend to make any deviation in their fixed hours of running ; but_ depend ingupon bm>e<- charges and regularity, they trust (notwithstanding this gratuitous op- position) lo receive even increased support.

From Parramatta, 7 A.M. and 2 p M.

From Sjdney, halt past 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. ParramnUa-Saloon, Is. 6d. Steerage 9d. Ruling Point-Saloon, Is. Steerage ßd.

Bedlam Ferry-Saloon, 9d. Steerage 6d. Relliuk's Wharf, Sus9ex-Btreet,

December 28. 8751

PLEASURE: TRIP BY^STEAM TO

THK HEADS,

OTICE.-The ROSE

Steamer, being under en- gagement to tow out the Templar --on .Saturday next, the 4th Jinuary, will leave the Wharf exactly at eleien o'clock A.M. Fares, 3s. each

Hunter Uiver Steam Navigation Company,

December 3Í. 51

"STKAM TO VAN DIEMKN'S LAND.

tx l^JOTÍGE. -The JAMES

WATT, Steam-ship, J. Taggart, Cumtnauder, will leave -._2fe? Sydney for Hobart Town, on Wednesday next, the 8ih January, at six o'clock precisely, touching at Wollongong, Riama, Jervis Bay, and Boyd Town, to land

PWengers.

Fares and freights as usual.

FRANCIS CLARKE,

Manager.

Hunter River Steam Navigation Company,

Sydney, January 2. 99

POR MELBOURNE, PORT PHILLIP.

(WAIIRANTFD THE FIRST VESSEL.)

""&V mHE PACKET BRIG

4^ff^N, -*? CHRISTINA,

\2>î5A^ w< H. Saunders, Commander,

Cfec-^^^Äi' having been detained ionger than was anticipated, owing to the Christmas holidays, will positively sail on Sunday morn tng, the 5th instant. For lreight or passage, baring superior accommodation, apply on hoard, at the Flour Company'B Wharf, or to

A. B. SMITH AND CO., SuBsexstreet. S/dney, December 31. l8

FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT.

""k-lfev. nn ll E FINE PACKET

*«g$|^,K 1 WAVE,

Jyjy^j§$y 'I'homas Birkenshaw, leaveB SslsiaSfiSS» Wilson's Wharf for the above Pott (going to the Wharf) on Tuesday next,

¡be 7tii Januar). For freight or passjge (bitmg excellent accommodation) apply on

ward ¡ oi to

^_SHEPPARD AND ALGER.

FOR LONDON DIRECT,

/ Í " rjFIjtE regular trader first *l±.t*1 JL class mei-built ship % . EWERETTA,

Captain Benjamin Darley, hav "igall her dead weight on board, has com Stnced loading wool.

Her -accommodations for passengers are «tywpenor, and she is provided with an 'tPeneuced surgeon. For fi eight of wool oi "8utgoc»ds onl>, or passage, application to be ?Hide to the Captain, on buaid ; or to

WILLIAM C. BO ITS,

_Wharf Darling Harbour

EVERY DESCKIPIION OF

PBOOX AND JOB V/UNTIWö,

ÍRFORMED with accuracy «id

despatch, at low prices, by

KEMP AND FAIRFAX.

I

BANK NOTICE.

81DNKY BANKING COMPANY.

NOTICE is horeb)' given, that a

seventh instalment of ten percent, upon the original amount oí'slock in this Company, will be payable to the .shareholders on ni d after Monday, the b'th day of January ne.\t, upon application being made to the Manager, at the Company's ellice, Goorge-street.

T. W. SMART,

Manager. Sydney Banking Company,

Sydney, 26th December. 8697

BANK NOTiCK

COMMERCIAL, BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

a General Meeting of the Proprietors of this Bank will he held on Tuesday, the 21st instant, at twelve o'clock precisely, for the purpose of receiving the Report ot the Di- rectors for the halt year ending 31st ultimo, and for the election ot three ot their body as Directors, in the room of Robert Scott, Ii>q , deceased, and Roger lherry and Jame. Tod Goodair, Esquire?, disqualified, and tor such other general or special business, touching the management and affairs of the Company, as may be brought before the Meeting.

L. DUGUID,

Managing Director. Commercial Bank Office, Sydney,

I January 1. 86

Commissariat Office, Sydney,

23rd December, 18*4.

UNTIL further notice, Tenders for

Bills, to he drawn by the undersigned on Her Majesty's Treasury, at thirty days' sight, will be received at this Office every Thursday, at noon, the most favourable of which, if approved of, will be accepted.

No Tenders will be received unless sealed, and iii duplicate, marked " Tenders for Bills."

T. W. RAMSAY,

8567 Dep. Com. Gen.

AUSTRALIAN

DIOCESAN COMMITTEE

THE ANNUAL MEETING of the

Members of the Diocesan Committee for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, will be held on Thursday, the 9th

January.

The Sermon will be preached at St. James's Church by the Rev. R. Allwood ; and a col- lection will be made in aid of the School Fund. Service at Eleven o'clock.

The Annual Meeting will take place in the Infant School-room, Castlereagh-.treet, at 7

o'cloak, P.M.

The Lord Bishop of Australia <n the chair.

W. DUMARESQ >"" " ._. ,

6 R ALLWOOD J «on. Secretaries

SYDNKY COLLE« B.

"p"E Students attending the Classes in JL this Institution, are requested to re-as- semble in the College Hall, on MONDAY next, the 6th instant, at the usual hour.

JOHN ROSE HOLDEN.

i Honorary Secretary. January 1. 26

NORMAL INSTITUTION.

PARENTS and Guardians are respect-

fully informed that the classes of this establishment will re-assemble on MONDAY next, the 6th January, 1845. For terms of admission, either for boarders or day-scholars, apply to Mr. H. Gordon, at the Institution, Hyde Park.

December 31. 23

VICTORIA ACADEMY. BATHURST

BY MR. H. ROBERTS.

P'JpiIE attention of the public is «spect

-B- fuliy invited to this Establishment, wherein the mental powers of every pupil will be fully and equally consulted.

Added to the usual branches of Education, this Establishment offers instruction in Music, Dancing, Drawing, &c , with the French, Italian, and Latin languages.

The School re-opens on the 20th January,

1815.

Terms : -

Thirty Guineas per annum, Boarders,

Ten Guineas per annum, Djy acholara. 13

EVENING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG

MKN.

MR. M'ROBERTS begs leave to give

notice that an EVENING SCHOOL will be opened on MONDAY NI.XT, under the superintexdence of the REV.W. COWPER, D D , in the School-room adjoining St. Philip's

Church.

The usual Course of Instruction, necessary for artizaus, will be pursued; particular attention being paid to mensuration, in its application to the measurement of artificers' work. The Committee of the St. Philip's Parochial Association, anxious to bring the means of instruction within the reach of ALL, have fixed the charge at sixpence per week. The school will open at seven and close at nine o'clock on the evenings of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, in each week. It acceptable to a majority of the pupils, one evening in the week will be occupied in studying the theory of Music, the practice of tho Flute, and Singing.

Children under 12 years inadmissible. 12

REMOVAL.

RICHARD LAMB, Watchmaker anp

Jeweller, begs lo inform his friends and the public that be has removed from King-street, to No. 454, George-street, south of the Post Office, where he will carry on the above trades in all their various branches, and by employing the best workmen in the colony, he hopes to merit a continuance of the kind and liberal support he has experi- enced from his old friends and custom«» since his recommencement in tbe above line.

N.B.-Watchmakers and Jewellers supplied with tools and materials. 8195

REMOVAL.

JOHN G. COHEN, Auctioneer and

Agent, begs lo inform his Mends and the public that he has taken those central pre- mises, formerly the "Sydney Bank, George street, (two doors south of Hunter-street), where he hopes to receive a continuance of those favours so liberally bestowed on him since his commencement in the above busi-

ness.

Excellent dry Stores for every description of merchandise, which will be stored free of expense till the day of sale.

TO LET,

Two Offices on the firbt floor, well adapted for a public company, nrtrchsi.1-, solicitors, &c. Private entrance, Georgv ..¡reel. 8869

EAKLEY'S^WTTNEY "HLÄNKETS,

I^ROM 7-4 to 12-4, co__un, medium,

and super qualities, on sale at the

S tora« of

J. HOPKINS,

«678 Quaan'a Wharf.

THE BHIPPlNGr GAZETTE,

AMD

SYDNEY GrHNKRAL TRADE LIST.

r|P II E Forty-first Number of the

.>&- Shipping Gazette was published on Saturday, and will be coatiuucd every Satur- day afternoon.

Contents:-Arrivals and Departures of Shipping for the week; Imports and Exports for the week ; Coalters Inwards and Out- wards; the Shipping Intelligence of the week, including News from the Outports, England, Port Phillip, and New Zealand: Vessels laid on for England ; Vessels laid on for these Colonies ; the Persian ; the Cut- ter George: Dangerous Shoal; Court of Vice Admiralty ; Ships loading for England. Commercial Remarks ; Wool Market ; Quantity of Spirits and Tobacco in Bond ; Price Current, &e.

*.* Advertisements received for the above

till ten o'clock on the mornings of publica- tion. Teams same as for the Morning Herald.

TERMS : £ a. d, One copy, per quarter .... 0 7 6 Two copies, ditto .0 12 0 Three copies, ditto.0 16 6 Four copies, ditto. 110 Six copies, per annum .... 6 0 0

KEMP AND FAIRFAX,

Proprietors NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN

COFFEE HOUSE.

MR. SAMUEL DAVIES, elder son of

the late James Davies, deceased, and administrator to his estate, bags most respect- fully to inform the members of the Subscrip- tion Room, from whom his late father received so many acts of support and kindness during his lifetime, that he has determined to carry on the business of the Subscript!.>n Room in all its departments, as it has existed during the last sixteen years, as well as of the tavern and hotel; and he trusts, with numerous im- provements, now in progress of fulfilment, with regard to the quantity, quality, and priority of information from every quarter of the world. To accomplish these objects no puitiä or expense will be spurcd : and Mr. Samuel Davies hopes, in consequence, that he will receive from the members of the Sub- scription Room some portion, at ¡eist, ofthat support which enabled his father to render it the centre of political and commercial intel- ligence.

Arrangements are in progress, and will speedily be completed, for placing in the hands of the members of the Subscription Room not only the earliest intelligence which may reach, Bristol, Liverpool, Falmouth, Portsm iiitli, Dover, &c, but also by Mr. Waghorn's express, whatever can be forwarded by him from Egypt, India, and China, and at the sara« time as the news are received by the morning; end evening news-

papers.

It ii confidently hoped that attentiou to the interests and wishes of the manners of the Subscription Room will afford general satis- faction, and Mr. Samuel Davies begs further to state that for the accommodation of those who may honor him with their favours in the tavern and hotel department, or the North mid BoMih Ai»"»'.inon^&vauAjLAuy«!,. '..vr -»-, laid in a complete wine stock of the most superb wines, spirits, malt and other liquors, which it is possible to procure and whhi cto he begs to call their attention.

MANEROO

SHEARING SUPPLIES.

rwTVSLE 8ettleri ¡n the District of Mn

-fi- neroo are informed, that they can be furnished with all necessary shearing supplies at the Store, Boyd Town, Twofold Bay, at moderate prices:

Tea M'Manus'sParramatta Sugar Drays

Flour Woolpacks

Tobacco Sheep shears

Salt Seaming twine

Soap Boots and shoes

Soda Blankets and rugs

Corrosive sublimate Slops of every de Hardware scription

Earthenware

N. B. Sheep, cattle, hides, sheepskins wool, or tallow, delivered at the township taken in exchange, the distance from Hib bert's being forty miles, on an excellent road. Every facility for the shipment of wool and produce by regular packets to Sydnn«- 894

TO SKTTLKRS AND OTHERS

INTERESTED IN THE SALE OF

COLONIAL PRODUCE,

FAWCETT, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, George-street, Sydney, opposite the Barrack Gate, begs re- spectfully to inform settlers and others that he will sell Wool, Tallow, Hides, Stock, and other Colonial Produce, at a Commission of

ONE PER CENT.,

which is less than that charged by the London

brokers.

After the experience of last season, R. F. need not point out the advantage of this mode of sale, as it was universally admitted that wool, &a., realized fully ten per cent, more by auction than by private sale.

In the rear of the present auction rooms there is an extensive store, which will be ap- propriated for the reception of colonial pro- duce until the day of sale, for which no charge will be made ; also a large yard, affording every facility for unloading drays, &c. 3434

COLONIAL PRODUCE.

rg^HE undersigned begs to inform parités JL interested in the aale of colonial produce, that he is prepared to make ADVANCES on wool, tallow, hides, &c , intended either for private sale or public auction, and that he will store the same NINETY DAYS without any charge for rent. His spacious stores will admit up- wards of 1000 bales of wool ; and any quan- tity of tallow and hides may be stored in his dry and cool cellars.

To MEKT THE TIMES, ONE PER CENT. COMMISSION will be charged for effecting

the sale.

SAMUEL LYONS,

Auctioneer.

George-street and Charlotte-place. 3800 SOAP AFD CANDLE MANUFACTORY

Dixon-slreet, bottom of Liverpool-street.

tOBERT KING, late of Monies and

King, having this day succeeded Mr. John Newsham in the_ above business, takes the earliest opportunity of informing his friends and the public, that in the course of a few days he will be prepared to supply any quantity of the above articles, feeling confi- dent that from ten years' experience in the business, he will ensure a share of the public

patronage.

Any description of fat put chased for cash, or soap given in exchange. 95

CASE WIN.

ON SALE by the undersigned, Fifty

cases of fiue Geneva, just at rived per

Carolin*.

HENRY MOORE.

;r«rt-stre«t, December SI. M

CASH ADVANCED OM SHEEP AND

CATTLE.

TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF BATHURST,

WELLINGTON, MUDGEE, THE NAMOI, I1AR.WYN, BIG IirVKK, &C.

THE following are the Prices charged

for BOILING DOWN atthe Benbullen Establishment, half a mile from Keenan's, on the Mudgee Hoad :

BULLOCKS 53. ; SHEEP 6d.

Casks 42s. per ton, and the amount of charges taken out in tallow, &c. Bullocks will be boiled down for the hide, head, _c, including

casks.

Settlers are requested to bear in mind that the carriage to Sydney is only 2s. 6d. per c*t" which is much more than repaid by the additional tallow produced It is w°ll known thot from the want of feed on the Western Road bullocks are depreciated in value to an extent of 10s, per head, and sheep in the same

proportion.

The Benbullen Boiling down establishment is situited on the Mudgce-road, half-a mile from Keonan's, on the direct road from the Namoi, Berwyn, Big River, &c, distant 33 miles from Bathurst, and five from Cullen Bullen, where excellent paddocks are pro- vided. A cash advance, lo the extent of ene half the value of tho Stock, will be made on delivery ; and the remainder will be paid on the quantity of tallow being ascertained.

Further particulars may be obtained on ap- plication at the establishment to Mr. J. It. Harrison, or to Mr. Sloman, Commission Agent, Bathurst. 7616

1 ROBERT BOURNE AND CO. beg to

«^ inform Settlers, Storekeepers, and others, that tiley have just opened several packages of the following goods, which they are selling at the lowest possible prices :

Moleskin trousers

Serge, striped and regatta shirts Blankets, rugs

Ticks, opron checks Long cloths Sheetings

Super calicos Huckabacks

One oase gentlemen's superior white shirts

READY FOR SALE THIS DAY, avery choice assortment of plain and brinted Mus- lin, Cashmere, Bolzarene, and Mousseline de laine Dresses, of the newest styles, and very

cheap.

R. B. and Co. have re-marked the whole of their superior stock of silks, which they are now selling at very reduced prices, commenc- ing at ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE PER YARD.

253, Pitt-street, December 30. 8798

TO SETTLERS.

ri^HE undersigned have constantly on A sale, every description of Slops, Drapery, &c, suitable for Settlers' Establishments,

viz.

Moleskin trousers and jackets Flushing ditto ditto Cloth ditto ditto

Duck trousers and frocks Cabbage-tree hats i Stockmen's boots *-"~i m/iníeis una rugs

Shepherds' coats

Osnaburgh and tick

Calicos, grey and white Prints and checks

Shirts, striped and regatta

Hosiery and haberdashery, &c.

DAVID JONES AND CO.,

i I OS Opposite the Post Office

EX "SHAMROCK."

22 ¿HASES DURHAM MUSTARD

V>* for sale.

HENRY FISHER,

City Depot, King and George streets. January 2. 77

TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT OR i TENDER.

TO SETTLERS, STuRKKKEPERS, &

LICENSED VICTUALLERS.

AN ADVANTAGEOUS opportunity

now offers, under an assignment to the trustees of Thomas Dangar, of Scone. The undermentioned properties will be disposed of as above, and are as follow, viz. : -

IRON BARK CREEK STATION,

lately in the occupation of Edward Mogridge, Esq.

'1 his station is most advantageously situ- ated, having on each side seventeen miles of

water frontage ; part of the land ii now under \ cultivation, the rest being pasturage of the » înost luxuriant order, with íepleteness de- rived from nature and art, which renders it in every way most desirable for the cnirying on an extensive and profitable Sheep Establish- ment, having a capacity for depasturing at least Fifteen Thousand Sheep. The stock now running on the above consists of about 3500 Sheep and Lambs, 300 head of a mixed herd of Cattle, principally Cows; three stock horses, working bullocks and drays, sundry stores and implements ; hut', hurdles, pas- toral requisites, and improvements given in with the sheep.

THE GOLDEN FLEECE INN, SCONE.

'I he above Inn, with its unique and appro- priate appurtenances are altogether premises of a most flattering description, so peculiarly situated between Singleton and the Page's River, as instinctively to invite the travellers to repose. The past success of this Esta- blishment exhibits features of growing pros- perity, the returns hitherto having been of the moat encouraging nature. The lease, good-will, furniture, stock, and fixtures are to be taken, and to those who are already acquainted with the favourable position} of this house, in reference to the surrounding country, it is only necessary to state it is the

Golden Fleece at Scone.

j THE STORE AT SCONE.

' The above Store consists of a Depot with

dwelling-house, outhouses, and appurte- nances, lately in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Dangar, having, as to position, the same unrivalled advantages for business as the Golden Fleece, being_ immediately op- posite, and therefore can with facility be con- ducted under the eye of the same proprietor. The stock-in trade is of u general character, viz., drapery, slops, groceries, &c , &c, with furniture und fixtures, &u., &c.

STORE AT MURRURUNDI.

This Store, with dwelling-house,out-houses, offices, &c, ive., is well adapted tor business, aud worthy the attention of any one wishing to carry on a profitable trade-there are two allotments attached to these premises.

Communications and tenders will be re- ceived (post-paid) up to the twentieth day of January instant, upon_ which day offers will be decided upon. 'Private parties will be i treated with. It is particularly requested of

t'oose who send tenders that they will not only specify the amount oifeicd, but the mode of payment. Any further information may be bud by applying to Mr. R. Beames, of Scone, or of ina undersigned.

M.JOSEPH, Ä. M. PITE,

WALTER BEAMES,

Trustees ia tfce Estate of Thomas D_g»r. IjdiMJi January 1. IS

WOOL.

^ÍHHE undersigned are Cash buyers of ü. Wool.

SWAIN, WEBBS, AND CO.,

18+ Harrington-street Church-hill. WOOL, SHEEP FAT, AND SHEEP

SKINS.

THE undersigned are purchasers of

wool, fat sheep, and sheepskins, in any quantities, for cash.

6295_J. T. ARMITAGE AND CO.

''ípiíE Undersigned are purchasers 01

S. Wool, Oil, and Tallow, or will make advances on Consignments to their Corres- pondents in London, Messrs. Cruikshank, Melville, and Co.

5327 R RAMSAY, SEN , AND CO.

PjjpiIE undersigned affords liberal

.3- odvances, as usual, on Wool and other produce, consigned to bim 1er sale by his coi respondents, Messrs. Ellice, Kinnear, and Co., in London.

WILLIAM C. BOTTS,

Wharf, Darling Harbour, November li. 69G9

rgpHE undersigned will purchase for

-Û- cash, or advance on WOOL, OIL, TALLOW, or other colonial produce, con- signed for sale to their correspondents in London, Messrs. Mnguiac, Jardine, and Co.

THACKER, MASON, AND CO.,

Ct«1* Fort-street.

PIHHE undersigned will purchase or

.ÖL make Cash advances on Colonial Pro- duce, consigned to their friends, Messrs, D. Dunbar and Sons, of London.

.SMITH AND CAMPBELL,

6758 Campbell's Wharf.

WANTED, by the undersigned, ten

or twenty thousand Sheep, on halves of increase and wool, either with or without stations. Apply (if by letter, post paid.) at Wollombi; or at Petty's Hotel, Sydney.

RICHARD A WISEMAN

Wollombi, August 1. 1539

TO WORKING JEWELLERS. *.

WANTED, a steady man of the above

trade. Enquire at No. 10, Domain

terrace. 66

S'

A PERSON accustomed to the care of

sheep, and of active habits, will hear of a situation by applying at the Herald Office. His duty will be to pay constant attention to and remain with about ten thousand sheep, at out-stations. He must be single ; and refer- ences as to abilities and character will be re- quired, li

GOVERNESS.-Wanted, for a family

in Sydney, a Lady competent to teach English in all its branches, with Music, French, Drawing, &c , &c. She must be quite competent to finiih hpr o\Apnt minti <« «ij jU oranciies. Apply by letter, (post paul), to A Z., Herald Office, Sydney. 05

a65 REWARD.

TOLEN or Strayed, from Cabramatta Creek, in October last, one bay MARE, aged, black points, branded C. L. off shoulder, illegible figures under saddle, near side, in foal when lost; a chestnut COLT, branded J. R. under mane, offside; one bay FILLY, one year old, no brands ¡-both the colt and filly are out of the same mare. A reward of Two Pounds will be paia on recovery of the same, if strayed ; or a reward of Five Pounds if stolen, on recovery, and conviction of the offenders. Application to be made to James Fowler, Cabramatta Creek, or to Mr. C. M. Wylde, at Smith and Clarke's Livery Stables, Castlereagb-street. 76

r\fO LET, at a very low rent, part of

-fi- the Sheds, Cellar, and Office at present occupied by the undersigned,

E. BENNETT, Woolbroker. 374. Pitt-street,

Near tue Uniou Bank. 8850

r"JpO BE LET, with immediate posses JL sion, an old-established PUBLIC HOUSE, doing « first-rate ready-money business Terms, which are moderate, may be known by application to Mr. W. B., at Mr. L. Cohen's, Tailor and Draper, '¿9, Bridge street, Sydney. 8781

rf<0 LET-The City Wine Vaults.

?JL Apply to

JOHN KETTLE,

50 542, George-street.

HOUSE TO LET,

ÍN Jamison-street, at present in the oc-

cupation of Mr. Hogg, the late residence ', of Robert Jones, Esq., (Surgeon), possession

cun be given on the first day of January. Apply to F. Smith, opposite the Gas Works, Kent-street. 7415

r~|X) LET, one House in Bridge-street, A and one in Liverpool-street, facing Hyde

Park.

8640 COOPER. AND HOLT.

HOUSE TO LET,

IN LYONS-TERRACE, HYDE-PARK.

npHE family residence at present in the J*- occupation of W. H. Hart, Esq., pot session of which will he given on the 1st January next. Application to be made to Mr. S. Lyons, George-street and Charlotte place.______7247

rpO LET, at the Surry Hills, in the

J» rear of Mr, Hughcs's garden, a stone cottage, with four rooms and large landing, detached kitchen, yard, and garden ; also two weather-boarded cottages, with ground attached. Apply to Mr. Swindells, on the premises. 8852 A COTTAGE TO LET, in Brisbane

street, South Head Road. Apply to Mr, S. Lyons, George-street and Charlotte place.

*»* Possession will be fciven in March

next. 73

TO LET, at Pyrmont, four cottages -

two of which contain four rooms, and   two with three rooms and detached kitchens, &c. The rent to respectable tenants will be 5s. per week For further particulars apply to Mr. Charles Cameron, Pyrmont Hotel. 67

HOUSE TO LET IN DIXÔ^ST'RËÊl'

FIRST-RATE House, situated in

the above street, bottom of Liverpool street, containing parlour, drawing-room, bed-rooms, kitchen, cooling cellar, and a very large commodious yard. Apply at the Soap Works, lo

ROBERT KING,

0» Dixon-etraet

TO QUARRIBRS.

npO BE LET, on such terms as may be

?* ojjreed on, the quarrying of the lock oi> the land belonging to \V. Molle, Esq., situate on the Church Hill, on the west side of Kent street, between that street and the Fin"'* Company's Wharf. For particulars, apply to

WILLIAM MACPHERSON,

Macquarie-street. December 746**

NEWTOWN POAD.

TO BE LET, a newly built brick . -BL house, with a large shop, and six spa-

cious rooms, with detached kitchen and ser- vants' rooms, and ground fenced in, complete, well situated for trade or as a private residence, near the toll gate, Newtown Road. _ Rent very low. Apply to W. G. Moore, auctioneer, Hatt's-buildingi, Pitt-street. 61

TlTB¥lJíT7a~h¡mdsome COTTAGE,

containing eight rooms, with kitchen, laundry, store, and stables detached ; also, fowl-house, piggeries, &c. There is a well stocked kitchen gatden of upwards of one acre. This is a very desirable residence for a family of respectability. Rent moderate. Apply to Mr. Walker, or Mr. Eldridge, No. 4, King-street, near George-street ; or to Mr. Finley, on the premises, adjoining the north end of Baptist's Garden, Surry Hills.

January 1. 29

SALES BY AUCIION.

POSTPONEMENT OK SALE.

HnHE SALE of SOFT GOOD?, adver

-k tised for FRIDAY, at Mr. Cohen's New Rooms, George street, is POSTPONED till TUESDAY, January 7, in consequence of the Rooms not being ready.

BTPUBLIC AUCTION. '

THE SCHOOL OF ARTS,

PITT-STREET.

MR.STUBBS announces to capitalists

and the moneyed perBons of Sydney, that he has received instructions to sell by pub- lic competition, all the above very important Freehold Property,

THIS DAY, San DAY OF JANUARY, 1845,

On the Premises.

Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock precisely

Except enumerating the number of rooms and accommodations, this Building affords for undertakings of magnitude, public meetings, or any extensive operations for puolic pur- poses, Mr. Stubbs leaves the knowledge of the premises entirely, as it now is, in the hands of every person in the metropolis.

Some idea, however, may be formed from the following necessary particulars, which the buying portion of the public may wish to leam. 1. The extreme frontage ground in Pitt-street,

north and south, is as near as possible 33 feet 6 inches;

2. By a depth (from the curb line of the pavé)

of about 119 feet.

3. The Theatre portion, a great public lecture,

or exhibition Room, extends 24 feet in width to 42 feet 6 inches, more or less, in

ü.rii,, i.,,u in jici^nt uuoui ¿a reet, iiuviog 30 rows of seats, which commence from the rail dividing the floor of tha proscenium, from the great public Theatre.

It is from this table, (within the bar) that the Lecturerer has for so many years been in- culcating the best principles of morality, amongst the youth of both sexes, and where th« Mechanics' School of Arts was first esta-

blished.

THE MAIN BUILDING

Includes, with the Theatre, the Committee Room, Parlour, detached Dormitory and

Kitchen.

UPSTAIRS

Occupies the spacious Library, with three large windows in front, appropriately fitted up with models of Art, specimens, and sub- jects of Natural History, Philosophical Works, and the Society's Books of general, useful, and scientific knowledge,

NOT TO FORGET,

That a very large room, immediately under the Theatre, is arranged for any extent of ac-

commodation.

AN DA SIDE ROOM,

lu the passage, is now used by the Institution as the Apparatus Room, a department of ex- perimental Philosophy.

Resume-and independent of these well known, and grand objects, (for which it was expressly built), the premises are of the first consideration, cither as a Public Institution, for Corporation Purposes, A GRAND CENTRAI, SCHOOL ROOM for Education, it being in the veiy centre of the population of the City, and by no means interrupted by noise, or intruded upon by neighbours, it is also,

AS A BAZAAR,

Exhibition Room, or very large Wholosaleand Retail Linendrapers' or Haberdashers' Repo- sitory, it is perhaps the best situated for com- mand of Patronage and Custom of any in all that part of Pitt-street. If taken by a whole- sale and retail and Stationer and Bookbinder, a Public Libran/ and Music Saloon, could well be established, quite independent of the Shop or Warehouse.

Terms -Half Cash, and the residue may remain secured upon the property at 8 per cent, per annum, for such period as may be agreed upon.

For particulars of title, parties are respect- fully referred to I F. Josephson, Esq., Solicitor, Elizabeth-street. 8101

STRIPED AND REGATTA SHIRTS, BLUE

SERGE SHIRTS, MOLESKIN TROUSERS, ASSORTED SLOPS, LONG CLOTHS, GREY CALICOS, PRINTS, ROUGH

BROWN HOLLANDS.

JOHN G. COHEN will sell by auc-

tion, at his New Rooms, 490, George« street, two doors south of Hunter-street, o.,

TUESDAY NEXT, 7TH JANUARY,

At eleven o'clock precisely,

The following Goods, ex Sarah Scott, viz. : Two cases regatta shirts One bale striped shirts

One bale blue serge shirts

One case moleskin trousers

One case assorted slops , "_, One case men's white moieskinStrousers*^' One case 40 inch long cloths

One hale 45 inch grey domestics One bale 77 inch grey domestics Two cases assorted prints One case gambroons

One case rough brown holland«.

Terms at sale. *

WITHOUT RESERVE.

THE STOCK OF A DRAPER.

/OHN G. COHEN will sell by auction,

at his New Rooms, 490, George-street, 2 doors south of Hunter-street, on

TUESDAY NEXT, 7TH JANUARY, 1845,

At Eleven o'clock precisely,

The Stock of a DRAPER, consisting of

ribbons, muslins, lace«, calicos, prints, shirtings, haberdashory, Sear

Terms, cash. 42

10,000 FEET CEDAR,

ON THI ALBION WHARF.

II. CHAPMAN will sell by auc-

tion, on the Albion Wharf, bottom of Market-stieet,

THIS DAY, 3RD JANLARY,

at eleven o'clock,

10,000 feet prime cedar : to be sold in lots to

suit purchasers, without reserve. 107

R. J. K. HEYDON will sell by

auction, at his rooms, King-street * West,

THIS DAY, JANUARY 3, 1845, "Í'

(In the Evening,)

BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEE.

All the right, title, interest, and equity of redempiion of the mortgagor, of, in, and to Fift> perches of Land, m^re or less, situate on .the Balmain Road, in the district of Peter- sham, on which is erected a weather-board COTTAGE, containing four rooms.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, or trom G. S. Yarnton, Esq., solicitor, i68, Gcorgt-street. !

Terms and conditions at sale. 85

SPLENDID (NEW) PARK PHAETON

ALSO,

SINGLE AND TANDEM HARNESS,

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

LEAVING FOR ENGLAND.

R. BLACKMAN will sell by auctionf

at his Rooms, 489, George-street, THIS DAY, HIL 3HD INSTANT,

At one o'clock precisely, , .

A splendid park phaeton, quite new, with a

shifting hood, _c, for two boises. t

ALSO,

One hay horse, of great power, 4 years old,

and wai ranted sound, und

One set single, and one set of tandem harness.

N.B. The above can be asen upon appli-

cation to the Auctioneer.

Terms at sale. 82

fiRsi - RATETNVESTMENT.

SEVENALLOTMENTSOFTHE CELEBRATED

CAMPERDOWN KaTATK.

Fronting the New Parramatta Road.

^/flt. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by

auction, at his M.trt, corner of George street and Charlotte-place, on

MONDAY, Urn JANUARY NEXT,

At Eleven o'clock,

The following allotments of the celebrated

CAMPERDOWN ESTATE,

as per Plan, exhibited at Sale on the 21st

April, 18+1, being

fLot 16, with froimge of about66 A. R. P. t¡

feet to New Parramatta Road, and about .57 t feet to tho Cam-

perdown Road, as per plan.. 2 2 27

Less sold of the above .. 0 2 \6

2 0 21

_*l IT, willi IW.»»-.,-j- -< O e.ï»i«!.H< * --?

7 links to New Parramatta

Road, AS per plan. 2. 2 15 Lot l8, » iib frontage of 2 chains .-¡

to New Parramatta Road, as

per plan. 8 0 16 Lot 19, withfi outage of4 chains

to Camperdown Road, as per __

plan. 4 8 19<#

Lot 43, with extensive frontage

to Grose Farm Creek, as per

plan. G 0 25 p¿-{ Lot46 with frontage of 3 chains

to New Parramatta Road, as

per plan . 2 1 24

ThesQ seven allotments containing together,

23 ACRES, 2 ROODS, AND 24 PERCHES,

will cither be sold separately, or in one

lot.

A plaTELof the property, divided into , 220 building allotments, may be seen at * tbe Mait.

TERMS OF PAYMENT.

Fifteen per cent, cash deposit on the fall of the li,immer, the residue in bills at three, six, nine, and twelve mouths, in equal instalments-, dated from day of sale, and bearing interest at six per cent, per annum The deeds not to be delivered

to the purchaser until the last bill is -,' .paid.

{_£* IN CAsr. TUB PURCHASER FAYS CASK FOU THE WIIOLI., EIOI1T PLR CENT. PER ANNUM DISCOUNT WILL DR ALLOWED ON TUB niLLB.

*#* The Aurtioneer feels confident thal the

valus of this properly wil1, within a very .short time. mosPcoitiidcr ably increase, awing lo its being actually only within A STONE'S

THROW PROM THE IIOUND\RY STONE OP TUB

CITY. Intending purchasers aie invited to inspect the, around», and convince themselves of its highly valuable situation, and of the great improvements going on in the vicinity, being principally on the MAIN PARRAMATTA ROAD, and hnviny direct communication with the NEWTOWN ROAD, wk$e the number of buildings erected is really astonishing. Speculators are sure of receiving remu- nerating returns, ¡or their outlay by pur- chasing this prop'rty, Mr. L. has had a number of applications for small building allotments, but would prefer disposing of the whole at once, speculators and capttalitl* will therefore have a favow able opportunity of making aprofitable investment. 8512

BATHURST.

IN THE ESTATE Ol' JOHN STREET.

R. T. Al. SLOMAN will sell by

auction, at Read's Inn, Bathurst, on + WEDNESDAY, HIE 8ru oi-JANUARY, ¡

At twelve o'clock,

The equity of redemption, subject to a ¡ mottgage debt of £¿¿í>7, due to Messrs. Busby and Miller, of and in 3507 Sheep, and right ofstations, 780 head of Cattle (mixed), and all the remaining assets of the said

.slate.

Further particulars will be given at the

time of sale.

Terms-Cash, 88

~ BATHURST.

B. T. M. SLOMAN is instructed to LTJL sell bp auction, on

WEDNESDAY, THE 29TH or JANUARY,

At One o'clock, at his Rooms, in Durham

street,

One hundred, and six Acrei of Land, situated at Diminuid Swamp, on the Sydney line of lOiid, about 23 miles from Bathurst, on which ii elected the Inn known as the

CROWN INN,

and now occupied by Lachlan M'Kay, at a yearly rent of £71. Tlia house ii a wcathti bo.ud, and contains «ight loom», with veran- dah, nil fiimhed throughout; the other im "proverntuta arc, kitchen, blacksmith's shop, six-stall ktnble, with sheds at the back, thirty six feet long, ttuck-yard, sixty-one acres of land enclosed in four separate paddocks, gatdcu, well, &c.f &c. The land also com- mand:! an extensive back run

Title, a pm thas« from tbe Croira« ,

Terms at »ale. t \ ' 8688

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