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* BANK OF AUSTRALIA.

[ADVERTISEMENT. ]

To the Proprietors of the Hank of Australia.

GENTLEMEN,-It is currently rcpoitcd in Syd- ney among the shareholders of the Bunk of Australia, that certain communications have taken place between Mr. Hart, the Superin- tendent of the Bank of Australasia, and two gentlemen deputed to confer with him by the Board ol' this Bank. It is Bunnised that Mr. Hart might bo disposed to entertain, and I am induced to believe that it is intended to move at a meeting of the proprietors of this Bank, to be held on Thursday, the Gth February next, a proposition to the following effect, viz. :

That the Bank of Australia should hand over to the Bank of Australasia, as under :

All bills and open accounts, say. £38,000 All personal properties . 10,000

All real properties . 51,000 Acontribution from colonial proprietors 60,000 And give a judgement on England for 30,000

£192,000

Out of which will bo paid the amount . 48,000

owing to other parties, leaving _ 144,000 in satisfaction of their claim of .... 170,000 Such a proposition being liable tobe con- strued into an admission of the claim made by the Bank of Australasia, will materially pre- judice our case if it should como to trial.

It moy be true that by handing over the

assets of the Bank, at a valuation as above of £102,000, they would be disposed of in a better market than could elsewhere bo found ; but still, taking £102,000 to be an approximation to their volue, the proprietors cannot shut their eyes to the fact, that tho whole extent of the benefit from the operation of this arrangement would not exceed £32,000, that is to say, this proposal is, that they should now pay within £32,000, (including £16,000 current interest,) of the utmost amount that could bo enforced against them after on adverse judgment had

been obtained.

If therefore it is intended that the Bank of Australia should part with all its assets and Í»ay a further sum of £90,000, it becomes at the east a question of considerable doubt whether the proprietors will be doing themselves any

good by giving their consent. ' j

Those among the shareholders to whom the j returning prosperity of Australia opens up tho

prospect of n golden harvest, whose competí- j tors in business are removed by insolvency, whose capital is embarked in the staple trade of the colony, and whose credit is pledged por haps to this very Bank of Australasia, whose disputed claim is the bugbear of all their schemes of advancement-those shareholders who are so circumstanced are naturally, for their own sakes, anxious to come to a speedy settlement. To this end they are willing to make large sacrifices of their own property, .which they havo a right to do-of the Bank property, which they may have the power to do-and of the private means of decayed but respectable families, and of absentee widows and helpless orphans-which I submit would be unjust, and which they should be prevented from doing.

When a numerous class of shareholders, per- sons of limited fortunes and unobtrusive habits, feel in their consciences that the claim sought to bo established against them is an unjust one, and one that ought not to be allowed, and when those, moreover, who are competent to judge in the matter are of opinion that the de- fence of this Bank is nn equitable and a good one, it becomes a question for the most serious consideration whether it bo not the better course to await tho decision of the law, oven with the chance of an appeal home.

In order that the views of the proprietary may be satisfactorily ascertained at the meet- ing advertised to take place on Thursday, the 6th February next, I trust it is unnecessary for me to point out to you the advantage of your being present on that occasion.

I have the honour to be, gentlemen, yours faithfully,

A SHAREHOLDER. Sydney, January 22.

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION.

Tins DAY.

Mu. MORT.-At the Stores of Mr. Thomas

Woolley, opposite the gate leading to Camp- bell's Wharf, Lower George-street, at 11 o'clock, Printing Presses, Types, Ink, Sa, Stationery, Glass, and Rockingham Ware, Hand Mills, Winnowing Machines, Iron- mongery, Corks, &c. ; at 12 o'clock, Hambro'

Pork,

MR. FAWCETT -At his Rooms, at half-past 10

o'clock, Flannels, more or less damaged ; also, Ticks, Dowlas, Diapers, Slops, and Drapery Goods in variety.

Mu. LYONS.-At his Mart, at 11 o'clock, Wool,

Slops, Blankets, Hats, Shirts, Sauces, Cord- age, Paints, Lucifer Matches, &c.

MR. STUBBS.-On the premises, Gloucester

street, at 12 o'clock, tho Black Dog Public house, with the Goodwill, Fixtures, Furni- ture, &c, thereof.

Mu. SALAMON.-At his Rooms, at 12 o'clock,

an Allotment at Kingston, and the Lease of Ground and Cottage in Pitt-stiect.

At the Captain Cook, Balmain, at 12 o'clock,

Household Furniture, &c.

STEAM TO THr NORTH SHORE.

rxsW^RJb^ rriHE STEAM-PACKET

_JMB8^ ?*? AUSTRALIA

^jj^fjaW^^ will, on nt.d after Sunday, "^ts-fisiSB» January 26th, ply DAILY to

and from the Circular Wharf to Milsom's Point, from 9, A M., until 7, P.M. 1316 ANNIVERSARY <¡Ba.lv REGATTA,

MONDAY, p/MyS^JAN.27,1845

THE Steamer COMET will start from

theCOMMERCfAL WHARF at ¿en, and from the CIRCULAR WHARF at half pist ten, morning; will attend i he Regatta; and in the course of the day will visit some of the beautiful scenery in the Harbour.

TICKETS 3s. EACH; Children half-price. A Band of Music will be in attendance

N. B -Refreshments supplied by the Steward, ut modélate charges.

PARRAMATTA.

The Parramatta Steamers will sail on the

\ Anniversary Day ONLY, at the following

hours.

From Parramatta?A.M. From Sydney IO A.M.

8 A.M. 5 r.M. 3 P.M. 7 P.M.

Parties from Parramatta and the River, de- sirous of attending the Regatta, will be in time for the Comet by either of the morning boats, and will be conveyed back in the even- ing, eiiher at five or seven o'clock.

Fare for the day, including the passage tip and down the River, fls. each; Children half

price.

Tickets to had from Captains Morris and Shorter, or from

JAMES PATERSON, Manoger. Commercial Wharf, January 23. Iï98

ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.

MONDAY, 27TH JANUARY, 1845.

ripiIE fast and favourite

?H- Steamer

^^ KANGAROO,

H. Moon, master, will leave the Albion Wharf, nt the bottom of Market street, at half past nine in the morning, call- ing off Miller's Point at a quarter to ten, and at the Circular Wharf at n quarter-past ren.

An efficient Band is engaged for the occa- sion. Refreshments of the first quality, and at moderate charges, will be provided by the Steward, Mr. C. Peat.

Tickets for the excursion at the reduced rate of Three Shillings each. Apply to

H. MOON,

Market Wharf. January 22. 1275

NOTICE.

THE favourite little Steamer

,M>x FERRY QUEEN,

is open for engagement on the âfiaas: 27th January, being the Anni- versary Regatta. Any parties detireus of availing themselves of' the above Steamer, may do so hy applying on board, Windmill

street.

January 23« 1317

ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.

PLEASURE TRIP IN THE STEAMER

RAPID.

«?"ÇEL-k. TT BERMINGHAM,

JL-^« Commercial Hotel, begs to inform his fiiends _Xfá^P*'?* and the public generally, that ho has engaged the

ii A P I D

Steamer for the above occasion ; also, the splendid HAND of St. Patrick's Society.

The /ííi/j»'¿8tei?mer will lenve the Commer- cial Wharf at half-post ten o'clock, calling at the Queen's Wharf at eleven o'clock.

Refreshments may be had on board, on

reasonable terms.

Tickets 3s. each : children half-price. 1289

~~ FOR PORT MACQUARIE.

< ' Hf^ H E Packet Schooner

..tj:¿4\ JL MARYANN,

*5$2^flß' wnM leave the Union Wharf, on

ÇKS3355£S3! Saturday next, at six o'clock in the evening. For freight or passage apply to the master, on board ; or to

WILLIAM DALTON,

Prince-street.

Januery 23. 1302

FOR SINGAPORE DIRECT.

To SAIL POSITIVELY ON THE 1ST FEBRUARY.

,rp "THEE well known fast sail ^HKE&iV ?*'" Al barque

4ÍMp$> COLOMBIAN,

a^rfeVr-. Captain Peter Wakem; this vessel oilers an eligible opportunity for ship pers of Horses; and her cubin accommoda- tions are first tate. For freight or passage opply to the Captain, on board, at Fothering ham's Wharf, or to

J. B. METCALFE. 23rd January. 1269 ÖH1P "HAMLET," FOR LONDON.

PASSENGERS by the

above vessel are parti- cularly requested to pay the balance of their passage money to the undersigned before the 25th instant, as the vessel will positively leave on the 1st proximo.

CAMPBELL AND CO. Campbell's Whatf, January 28. 1216

FOR LONDON DIRKCT. ~~"

FOR PASSENGERS ONLY : TO SAIL ON THE

SECOND OF FEBRUARY.

í H E fast - sailing BRIG

ELEANOR,

253 tons,Captain D. M'Farlane, has two cabins disengaged, and room for two intermadiate pas- sengers,- carries an experienced Surgeon. Immediate application is necessary, to the Captain, on board ; to Mr. M. Joseph ; or to

J. B. METCALFE.

January 22. 1268

FOR LONDON.

THE fast-sailing first

class Ship

SIR ROBERT PEEL,

610 tons register, William Champion, Commander, is now ready to take in cargo, a considerable portion of which is ei.gagod, and will meet with quick despatch. Her poop accommodations are very superior. Apply on board, at Messrs. Campbell and Co.'s Wharf ; or to

GILCHRIST AND ALEXANDER. January 23. 1<¿92

T

BARQUE » HARLAND ff ROVE."

ALL claims against the above vessel

are requested to be sent in to the office

of the undersigned, on or before Friday, the

24th instant.

THACKER, MASON, AND CO.,

Fort-street.

January 23. 1288

NOTICE.

THE Undersigned (being the only Re-

presentative of the late firm of Irving and Lamb) begs to acquaint all parlies in- debted theretof that their several accounts must be immediately paid, either at his Office here, or to his authorised Collector ; other- wise those outstanding after this notice will be sued for without respect of persons.

CLARK IRVING.

No. 327, Castlereagh-street,

Sydney, January 23. 1257

NOTICE is bert by given, that by a

certain Indenture of Assignment bearing date the 22nd day of January, A.D. 1845, and made between John Consens of King-street, Sydney, Draper, of the first part, Acton Sillitoe, Robert Bourne, and Abram Brierly, all of Sydney aforesaid, of the second patt, and the several persons whose names are contained in a schedule to the said Inden- ture, creditors of the said John Cousons, of the third part, the said John Consens, did assign all his properly of every description to the said Acton Sillitoe, Robert Bourne, and Abram Brierly, upon trust, for the benefit of all his creditors ; and notice is hereby further given, that the said Indenture, executed by the said John Cousens and the_ said Trustees, and attested in conformity with the Act of Coun- cil in that case made and provided, is now lying at the office of the said Acton Sillitoe, in King-street aforesaid, for inspection and

execution. Dated this 22nd day of January,

A.D. 1845.

JOHN COUSENS,

ACTON SILLITOE, ROBERT BOURNE, ABRAM BRIERLY, Witness-THOMAS BROUGHTON, J.P. 1820

To the CREDITORS of JOHN GREGORY,

Master Mariner, deceased, late Commander of the Merchant Vessel the New York

Packet,

ALL parties having claims against the

personal estate of the above-named John Gregory, deceased, are hereby required to forward the particulars thereof, without dolay, to the undersigned, in order that the same may be adjusted and liquidated.

G. R. GRIFFITHS,

Administrator.

January 22._ '264 ÖHN FITZWILLIAM, native of

Dublin, who arrived per Earl Grey, in 1836, is requested to communicate his address to Edward Skelly, at Mr. Gannon's, Argyle 8treet, Sydney.

January 22. 1265

£7 REWARD.

STOLEN out of the paddock, on Satur-

day night last, or early on Sunday morn | ing, a Chestnut Valparaiso Horse, aged ; with

white face, and one hind foot white, branded A offside hind quarter, and R near side, with 14 under saddle, about fifteen hands high.

Also, from Saltpan Creek Run, a Chestnut Mare, rising six years old, white star on fore- head, and round black mark on offside hind quarter, branded IC under saddle, with a filly

foal at foot.

Two Pounds reward will be given on re- covery of the above, and a further reward of Five Pounds on the apprehension and con- viction of the party or parties who have stolen

the same.

ROBERT CLARKE,

Cook's River.

January 20._1286 LOST OR STOLEN, the Waterman's

skiff, FAIRY,-a black bottom, green sides, and stone-colour inside, about eighteen feet long. Whoever will return the same to John R. Harman, Market Wharf, will be handsomely rewarded._1260

FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

LOST, on Tuesday, the 20th instant,

a Gold Watch, engine turned, maker's name, Connelly, Cockepur-sUeet, Charing Cross, No. 119, with small chain, two keys, and two seals attached. Any person bringing the same to 400, Pitt-street, will receive the above reward. 12*1

ANNUAL CONTRACTS.

Commissariat Office,"

l6rÄ January, 18«,

NOTICE is hereby given, that Tende»

in Duplicate will be received at «I*

Office until FRIDAY, the «it d. Î February, at Noon, for furnishing for th/ Military and Convict Serrice, in A.,",.?.

Districts, the supplies undermentionedI ?" Buch quantities as may be reouirpJ J. .

Twelve Calendar MonL. colScintih? ÍSÍfídi" i?:- dCr thC COndÍtÍOn' "ÄS

PROVISIONS.

1. The military ration being

1 lb. fresh meat

1 lb. wheaten bread

1-7 of an imperial quart of rum 2. Ihe ration formale convicts bein»

12 oz. wheaten bread g 14 oz. maize or barley bread

(The contractor having the option nf »! .

20 oz. of wheaten bread fortftrtol.?"«

8 oz. maize meal "»«ie,j

1 lb. fresh beef

1 oz. brown sugar i oz. salt

i oz. yellow soap

Or :-8. 6-7 l^frwhbeef or mutton")

1 lb. potatoes 1-7 lb. flour

i lb. meal Haily, 1 oz. sugar

i oz. salt i oz. soap

4. The ration for female convicts inithe fini

and second classes. luenr" 10 oz. wheaten bread

10 oz. maizs or barley bread

(The contractor having the option of «ton.

16 oz. wheaten bread for the whole! g

6 oz. maize meal '' 12 oz. fresh beef

8 oz. vegetables

i oz. salt , li oz. brown.sugar

i oz. tea

i oz. yellow soap

5. Female convicts in the thud claw

12 oz. wheaten bread 12 oz. maize meal 4 oz. fresh beef 8 oz vegetables i oz sall

i oz. yellow soup

6. Female convicts in cells.

U lb. bread

7. For children of two years old and up.grdi

4 oz. maize meal

i oz. yellow soap

8. For children under two years

8 oz. wheaten bread, best quality

4 oz IreBh beef 1¿ oz. arrowroot i oz. sugar

i oz. yellow soap

9. For children under nine months

6 oz. wheaten bread, best quality

1 oz. arrowroot i oz. sugar

i oz. yellow soap

10. HOSPITALS.

Full Diet.

1 lb. fresh beef or mutton 1 lb. bread, 1st quality 1 lb. potatoes 1 oz. rice ¿ oz. salt i oz. fea

ia oz. sugar ¿ pint milk

flh^ X>ÍÍÍ.

i lb. fresh beef or mutton 1 lb. b:ead, 1st. quality i lb. potatoes

1 oz. rice

1 <z. salt i oz tea

li oz. sugar

i pint milk

Low Diet,

\ lb. fresh beef or nuntin 12 oz. bread, 1st quality

3 oz. rice

i oz. ¡.alt \ oz. tea

li oz. sugar

1 pint milk

Spoon Diet. 8 oz. bread, 1st quality

i oz. tea

2i oz, sugar

2 oz. rice

i pint milk

In case of extra articles being required for the Hospitals, each of the articles shall b»

reckoned in the proportion of the full diet si

under :

1 lb. tea \ " ,. ,

1 bottle port »ino } a8 2 d,e,i

1 lb arrowroot "\

iiÄal h"1^

1 lb. barley 1 lb. rice

1 lb. sugar

I lb. bread V as 1-6 diet

}

1 lb. maize meal I 1 lb. salt J

11. FORAGE.

J

The Ration of Forage being

8 lbs. maize or barley, or 10 lbs. oati

4 lbs. bran

12 lbs. of oaten or cultivated gran hay

4 lbs. wheaten straw

12. FUEL AN» LIGHT. Firewood, per 100 lbs.

Crmmo0n1oil}p-^--P»-''

Mould candles^

Dip candles >per lb. Cotton wick J

13. SUPPLIES FOR PENAL SETTW

MENTS.

Wbeaten meal, 20 per cent. *}

Wheaten meal, 10 per cent, j I Maize meal, ditto I

Bistit >P"«»"*

Sugar, tea Rice, soap

Colonial leaf tobacco

Rum, per imperial gallon

to be packed and shipped at the expemi

the contractor.

14. FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. Fresh beef, at 1

Fresh mutton, at

Wheaten bread, best quality, at

Wheaten bread, second quality, at Wheaten bread, third quality, at Maize meal, at Arrowroot, at

Rice, at ., Sago at h>«Ib

Pearl barley, at Tea, at

Sugar, at

Oatmeal, at Salt, at

Yellow soap, at

Colonial leaf tobacco, at Vegetables, at

Bottled port wine, at per dozen Vinegar, at per pint Lime, at per bushel

Straw for bedding, per 100 lbi.

DISTRICTS.

1. SYDNEY 7. HARTLEY 2. PARRAMATTA 8, BATHURST

3. LIVERPOOL AND 9. NEWCASTLE

CAMPBELLTOWN 10. MAITLAND AND

4. WINDSOR 11. SETTLEMENT OP

5. ILLAWARRA POUTMACQUAM». 6. PENRITH

The limits of the districts are the some ai those adopted in the division of the colony into Police Districts, and a map ihowing the

same may be seen at this office.

CONDITIONS.

QUALITIES OP THE SUPPLIES.

1. All the articles shall be of the best quality of their several kinds.

2. The Bread shall be the produce of eiert, sound, Wheat, Barley, and Maize,fiom whicb, on the Military Ration 20 par cent., and on

the Convict Ration IO per cent., has been ' extracted in bran and waste. The Wheaten Bread shall be made in loaves of 3lbs., and the Mixed Bread in loaves of 3¿lbs. each, and baked 24 hours before being issued; and Barties "Tendering are requested to observe, that the most rigid adherence to the condi- tions as to the quality of the Bl ead shall be invariably enforced

3. The Fresh Meat for the Military Ration «hail be in the proportion of 5lba. of Beef, and 2lbs. of Mutton, weekly, deliverable alter- nately in f°re a,1<* lli,ul qllnrters> «'ben the ouantity admits of it ; for the Convict Rations, the Beef shall be delivered -in the some manner; Salted Beef being issued only in summer to Road Parties, and when authorised.

4. The Maize Meal shall be similar in quality to the Wheaten Meal, and shall be

twice ground.

5. The Vegetables for the Hospitals and other Establishments entitled thereto, shall be supplied in reasonable proportions of Potatoes, Greens, Pumpkins, Onions, &c.

The Rum shall be West India, five per cent, under proof, and to be taken out monthly for the service at Sydney, from the Bonded Stores, and upon the Certificate of the Commissariat Officer in charge of the Provision Branch.

MODE OF DELIVERY.

6. The supplies above specified shall all be delivered by the contractor direct to the par- ties or establishment entitled thereto noon the written order of the Commissariat officer in charge of the district, or of the person au- thorised for that purpose.

7. At the several fixed stations the rations for the troops, the convict establishments, and road and other parties, shall be delivered by the contractor at the barracks, establish- ments, or huts, where the parties to_ be sup- plied may be stationed ; being previously to removal from the contractor's premises ap- proved by a person authorised for the pur-

pose.

8. The forage shall be delivered by the contractor at the establishments where the horses or cattle are stationed, and in case the whole ration ol forage be not required or de- livered, each of the species shall be reckoned as the proportion of the ration undermen- tioned, viz. :

The maize or barley .... 4-12ths.

The hay . 5-12ths. The bran. 2-12ths. The straw . l-12th.

GENERAL CONDITIONS.

9. Parties tendering may do so by either of the three following mode», at their option,

viz. :

1. The whole of the supplies of every descrip-

tion, in each District, may be included in one tender, as at present.

Í. Or the supplies may be tendered in sub ? divisions, as below, by a separate tender

for each subdivision, viz.- [

1. The military ration

2. The several rations for convicts as de-

scribed from 2 to 9, inclusive 3. The ration of forage

4. The ration of fuel and light 5. The supplies for hospitals

6. The supplies for the penal settlements 7. The supplies for general purposes

3. Or the various articles comprising the

several rations referred to, as well as all those required for hospitals and other pur Soses, may be tendered sepaiately or singly y weight and measure; the undersigned reserving to himself the power of accepting tenders for supplying by any of these modes which he may find most expedient.

10. Contractors shall have at all times on the spot a supply for fourteen days in reserve, in the care of a competent agent, to whom refe- rence may be had in the contractor's absence, in failure of which, the Commissariat officer may purchase at his the contractor's, expense auca articles as are not forthcoming.

11. In the event of a difference of opinion between the contractor and the party receiving the supplies, as to the quality, the same is to be decided, incases where the article is of a perishable nature, by a Board of Survey, ac- cording to the practice of the service. But in country districts, where a Board of Survey cannot be conveniently assembled, the party objecting will name one person as arbitrator, the contractor or his agent another, and these two will (previously to any other proceeding on their part) concur in naming a third as umpire, who, in event of the arbitrators not agreeing in opinion, will be called upon for his decision, which shall be final. The only question referred to the Board or to the arbi- trators will be, whether or not the article ob» jected to be such as by his contract the con- tractor is bound to deliver ; and if the Board, arbitrators, or umpire, shall decide that the article is not according to the conditions of the contract, it must be immediately replaced by the contractor, failing of which it will be procured, and the expense charged to his ac- count. In cases where the article is of a

perishable nature, or from some other cause injury would bo sustained, either by the par- ues to whom the rations are due, or to the contractor, by waiting for a Board of Survey, the head of the department, or officer in charge of the party or parlies for whom the ration B are to be received, shall have power to reject such article or articles as are obviously of inferior quality or in improper condition, it being distinctly understood that that he will be responsible to the Government for so doing, and that the contractor will have aright to appeal, although in the mean time he must take back the rejected article and supply good in its stead, failing of which it will be obtained |by the officer or party re- quiring it, and the expense charged to the

contractor.

12. It shall be in the power of either party i lo limit the duration of the Contract, by givinir, in writing, a notice of three calendar months to the opposite party, and to end the Contract at the expiration of that period, it being understood that such a notice can be given only from the first day of a month, and within the period for which the Contiact is made, or agreed to be made ; and not later than the 1st of August.

13. The Contractor shall prepare bis own account according to the prescribed form ; and on the production thereof, with the requisite vouchers in a complete state, shall receive payment monthly,

14. The value of nil packages shall be in eluded in the prices demanded.

15. Persons wishing to tender are requested to apply either at this Office, or to the Com- missariat Officers in charge of the several Stations, who will furnish them with printed .forms for the purpose, and communicate further particulars ; and as adequate security wilf be required for the due fulfilment of the Contracts, each Tender must be accompanied by a letter from the parties proposed as such, stating that they are willing to become bound as securities for the Contractor accordingly ; *nd no payment will be made upon any Contracts until the bonds have been executed.

16. The amounts of the bonds required in the several Districts are as follows-if con- tracted for collejtively, viz. :-Sydney, £5,000; Parramatta, £1,000; Liverpool and Campbelltown, £500 ; Illawarra, £500 ; Windsor, 500; Penrith, £500 ; Hartley, £500 ; Bathurst, £500; Newcastle, £1,000; Mait- land, £500; Port Macquarie, £500.

17. Tenders, in duplicate, are to be en- closed in a separate envelope, addressed to the undersigned, marked " Supplies for 1845," and no tender made in consequence of this advertisement shall be withdrawn or altered, but notice of those accepted shall be given within three days of the time of opening.

18. Flour in place of bread to be given for the Military Ration, when required, in the proportion of 14 2-7th ozs. of the former, for 16 ozs. of th^ latter.

19. The Contractor for the District of Sydney will be fround to furnish the Ration« »nd articles particularised under the head of Provisions, Nos. 1 to 14, not only for the pur- poses specified, but a'so for any other pur- poses of the Military, Naval, and Convict «ervices, should there be occasion for it.

T. W. RAMSAY,

Dep. Com. Gen.

NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.

THE AUSTRALIAN CUP,

VALDJ TWENTY GUINEAS.

THE GREAT ANNIVERSARY

SHOOTING MATCH at Pigeons, for tho Australian Silver Cup, will come off on Tuesday, the 28th instant, in Mr. Hill's pad- dock, on the Newtown Road.

Several private matches, in which some cracks arc engaged, will take place on the

same ground.

For further particulars, apply to Mr Thos. May, Blackwattle Swamp,

Mr. George Whitfield, King-street, or Mr. J. Gannon, Hunter-street,

Who will have a lunch provided for Sports- men, on the ground, on that occasion. 1300

PUBLIC NOTICK.

ON account of the jtressure yesterday,

and the disappointment of numerous persons, at Mr. POOIP'S sale, Castlereagh - street, the undersigned is authorised to sell the remaining various and valuable House- hold Furniture, Plate, Pianofortes, &c, by PRIVAT- CONTRACT ; and, for the accommoda- tion of ladies and gentlemen wishing to pur- chase any portion thereof, the house of Mr. Poole will be open any day between this date and Tuesday next, the 28th instant, between the hours of 1 and 4, to afford an inspection of the property.

THOMAS STUBBS, Auctioneer, Auction Mart, King-street, January 23. 1280

NOTICE.

ALL Parties having claims against the

Estnte of the late Mrs. Maria Bell, of Belmont, North Richmond, in the Colony of New South Wales, are requested to send par- ticulars thereof, in writing, to the office of Mr. Clark Irving, Official Assignee, No. 327, Castlerengh-street, Sydney, within ONE MONTH from this date ; otherwise they will be ex- cluded from participation in auy assets which may be realised therefrom. 1257

MONEY disposable for Mortgage at

all times.

CHARLES BEILBY,

1256 476, George-street.

CAMDEN STEAM FLOUR MILLS.

THE proprietors of the above mills

take the present opportunity of return- ing their sineere thanks for the very liberal support they have received since their com- mencement in business, and assure their friends that nothing shall be wanting on their part to ensure a continuance of the same. As a proof of their sincerity, they have reduced the price of grinding and dressing to ton-pence per bushel.

A constant supply of flour and bran always

on hand.

Wheat purchased, in any quantities, at market price.

1253 JOSEPH THOMPSON AND SONS.

.- i .. m i a

DICKSONS STEAM MILLS.

fg^HE charges for smutting, grinding,

JL and dressing wheat, arc lowered to nine-nencc per bushel.

January 22. 1254 To THE VOTARIES OF TERPSICHORE I ! ! MADAME TORNING begs most re-

spectfully to return thanks for the un- limited support she has received from the ladies and gentlemen of Sydney during the past quarter, and at the same time feels great plaasure in announcing that her Classes for the instruction of Classical and

FASHIONABLE DANCING

Will re-open, at her Assembly Room, No. 6, Bridge-street, on Monday, January 27, 1845.

TERMS.

Per quarter, One Guinea; Subscription for

Assembly, One Guinea Private fami- lies and schools attended on reasonable terms. 1255

TO SETTLERS AND RESIDENTS IN THE

INTERIOR.

J.W. ROACH begs to intimate to

the residents in the interior that he is   a purchaser of LIVE BIRDS, in any quan- tity, as follows :

Plyctolophus Eos, or Kilaw of the Aborigines ;

the Rose Parrot of the colonists.

Platycercus Novai Hollandiæ, or Cook's

Crested Parrot of the colonists.

Nanodus Undulatus, or Budgerigor of the

Aborigines; the Shell Parrot of the colo-

nists.

Mensura Superba, or Mountain Pheasant of

the colonists.

Alectura Lathami, or Bush Turkey of the

Colonists.

Also, the Eggs of all the above-named

Birds.

J. W. R. wishes to inform Captains of vessels and Gentlemen about to leave these shores for Europe, India, or the neighbouring colonies, that he has always on hand Black Swans, Emus, Kangaroos, and many other varieties of Birds and Animals, for sale at his Repository, Hunter-street, Sydney. 1303

JUST RECEIVED,

FROM ONE OF THE FIRST nOUSES IN

LONDON,

SIX CASES, containing a most elegant

and varied assortment of plain and drawn silk, satin, and fancy Bonnets; which having been purchased in England upon the I most advantageous terms, Mrs. Dobson can

confidently assert that the Ladies of Sydney have now an opportunity (which has never before been presented to them), of selecting really fashionable and rich goods at prices very far below the cost of making in the colony.

Show room next the Commercial Bank, George-street.

Bridal and mourning orders executed in the first style, upon the most reasonable terms. 1319

AMERICAN

SPERM CANDLES.

THE Undersigned has received, FOR

SALE, a quantity of the above, in boxes and half-boxes, very suitable for private families,

AT Is. 7d. PER POUND.

WILLIAM HEBBLEWHITE,

| Commission Agent.

577, George-stieet, opposite the HeraldOfiice.

1274

PAGE'S PORT.

NOW LANDING, ex Midlothian,

200 cases of Page's port wine, in one dozen cases, quarts and pints

HOLDSWORTH AND WEEKES,

Market-street.

January 22. 1285 PRIME DEVONSHIRE CIDER,

bottled by Dunbar and Sons, in casks

of three dozen

Claret, in one dozen cases Hock, of vintage 1822

I Sparkling Champagne, Seltzer Water, &c.

On Sale, by the undersigned.

L. & S. SPYER.

! Jamison-street, Jan. 22. 1276

COPPER SHEATHING, &c.

ripiIE Undersigned have on hand and

ü for Sale -

Copper sheathing, 14 to 2t oz.

Copper sheathing nails, I to 2j inch Copper bolt, £ to 1 inch

Copper braziers' sheets, 8 to 40 lbs.

Copper bottoms for boilers, 3 to 5j feet Copper pump tacks, J to 1 inch

ROWAND, MACNAB, AND CO.,

Circular Wharf.

January 22. 1318

EARTHENWARE.

TH E Undersigned has for sale

l8 crates and casks of Earthenware, consisting of bowls, chambers, jugs bakißg dishes, butters, sugars, tea and coffee pots, peppers, mustards, salts, cullenders, chair pans, porter mugs, handbasins, cake pans, broth bowls, egg cupB, stool pans, spittoons, toy cans, metal-covered jugs, mustards, tea puts, and coffee-pots.

WILLIAM HEBBLEWHITE,

Commission Agent.

577, George-street, opposite the Herald Office.

1207

LIST OP PRICES.

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF

SETTLERS AND THE PUBLIC, (THE FEW ARTICLES PARTICULARI8ED BBINO A

SAMPLE FOR ALL THE REST.)

DRAPERY.

Super calicos, 3d. to 4$d. per yard

Soft finished longclotbs, Sd. to 6jd. per yard Extra stout white Wigan sheetings, from 4jd,

to 6d. per yard

8-4 grey sheeting, lOd. per yard

Stout cotton hedtick,6d per yard

Navy blue prints, 10s. 6d. per piece

Fancy print dresses, fast colours, at 3s. 6d.

per dress

Superfine printed cambric ditto, from 5s. to

6s. öd. per dress

Mousseline de laine dresses, from 4s. 6d. per

dress

Printed muslin and white checked dresses,

from 4s. 6d.

4-4 fancy checks for children's dresses, Is.

per yard

Welch and Lancashire flannels, from Is.'per

yard

Alen's stout cotton half-hoae, from 5s. per

dozen

Women's white cotton hose, from 5s. 6d. per

dozen

Women's white jean stays, from 3«. 6d. per

pair

Women's coloured jean stays, from 2s. to

3s. 6d. per pair.

SLOPS.

Drab moleskin trowsers, from 5s. Gd. per pair Drab moleskin jackets, from 6s. Cd tu 7s 6d. Stout sleeved vests from 6s. each Flushing trowsers, 5s. per pair

Duck frocks and trowseis, equally low Striped shirts, from 18s. per dozen

Regatta shirts, from 21s. to 28s. per dozen Blankets, rugs, canvass, &c.

CLOTHING.

Gentlemen's white longcloth shirts, linen

fronts and wrists, from 3s. 6d. each

A large lot of English made tweed coats, at

10s. each

Black beaver hats from 7s. Gd. each

Gentlemen's colonial tweed suits, or a suit of

any description of clothing, can be selected from the largest and best assortment of materials in the colony, and made to measure in ten hours.

A complete assortment of gentlemen's riding

belts, India-rubber and buckskin braces, gloves, &c, &c., is constantly on hand at

PITE AND PRESTON'S

1290 Emporium, 263, Pitt-street.

OILSKIN TABLE COVER«.

NEWEST PATTERNS.

THE undersigned has on Sale a case of

the newest style of Oilskin Table-covers,

THE HANDSOMEST PATTERNS EVER SEEN IN THE

COLONY, only 10s. each.

WILLIAM HEBBLEWHITE,

Commission Agent,

577, George-street, opposite the Herald Office

1273

KANGAROO SKINS,

Ex " JAMES WATT."

FOR SALE, three cases dressed Kan-

garoo Skins.-Apply to 'thomas Hop- kins, at Mr. Webb's Stores, Union Wharf, Sussex-street. 1287

WATER EXCURSIONS.

{ MATEURS and others may for the

JJi. sum of £8 purchase u new six oared boat, finished in the strongest and neatest stile, with new oars, new sail, and other para- phernalia, by leaving a note, with address, for R.W., at the Herald Office. 1248

AN EXCELLENT HORSE for sale

great bone and strength, quiet, und will trot at the rate of 15 miles au hour, in harness; well adapted for Indian market. To be seen at Messrs Armstrong and Sharpe's stables. 1271

FOR SALE-A first-rnte Inn, a little

distance from Sydney, in full and pro- fitable trade. Appl> to Harper, Blundell, and Co., Bligh street. 1270

ILLAWARRA.

TO LET, a Homestead, consisting of

fifty acres of improved Land, with Cot- tage of five rooms, shingled, with double verandah, kitchen, stable, barn, &c. ; also Orchard, one thousand grape-vines ; a never failing well of spring water within ten yards of the house. The land is fenced in, and sub- divided into six or seven paddocks, some of which consist of cabbage-tree flat. Apply (if by letter post paid) to Dr. Cox, Poste Restante, Wollongong, or to Mr. Baker, No. 103, King-street, Sydney. 1272

COUNTRY «TORE TO LKT.

MR. CHARLES BECK, of Commerce

House, Campbelltown, having de- termined (in consequence of the failure of his 8¡ght)to give up his business as Storekeeper and Auctioneer, which he has carried on to considerable advantage for the last six years, is willing to treat with any person willing to establish himself in a lucrative businecs ; a lease of three or five years will not be ob- jected to with ample security. For further particulars apply, if by letter, post-paid, to Mr. C. Beck, Campbelltown ; or to Mr. James Trist, at Mr. C. Scott's, Ironmonger, George street. 1249

TENDERS required for Ship Chandlery

and Engineer's Stores for the service of the Hunter River Steam Navigation Com- pany ; a list of the several articles required, and further information, may be obtained upon application at the Company's Offices any day between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock.

Tenders to be delivered on or before Friday, the 7th February, at 10 o'clock in the fore-

noon.

FRANCIS CLARKE,

Manager. Hunter River Steam Navigation Company,

Sydney, January 22. 1299 CONVEYANCE OP COAL.

rANTED, a conveyance for 100 tons

of coal from Newcastle to Sydney. For particulars apply to

ECCLESTON AND HIRST, 1291 Queen-street.

PIANO WANTED.

WANTED, a Square Piano, new, or

second-hand if good. Apply at No. 10, Domain-terrace. 1297

WANTED, a Blacksmith, to proceed

up the country ; if a practical Wheel- wright, at the same time, the better ; a married man would be preferred. Apply at the office of Donaldson, Dawes, and Co. 1250

WANTED, a Long-boat, about l8

feet. Apply to Captain Tomkins, on board the Benjamin Boyd, Deloitte's Wharf.

1266

1M7"ANTED, a steady and industrious

» » man to mind a pair of horses, gig, Sec, and to make himself otherwiso useful. Apply to Mr. Elliott, Edinburgh Castle, corner of Pitt and Bathurst streets. 1263

TO SHEEP AND CATTLE

PROPRIETORS.

f ¡pHE Advertiser, having pans capable of

J*- boiling Two Hundred Sheep per day will be glad to arrange with any one to super- intend the stations and boiling down, ha\ ¡ng practical knowledge of preparing fat for the English marker. Apply, if by letter paid, to W. C, Herald Office. 1 ¿59

SALES BY AUCTION.

EXTENSIVE SALE.

OF

GENERAL MERCHANDISE,

TO CLOSE SEVERAL CONSIGNMENTS,

ANO

WITHOUT RESERVE.

]&/|R. MORT will sell by public

JLTJL auction,

AT THE STORES OF MR. T. "WOOLLEY,

LOWER GEORGE-STREET,

Opposite the gate leading to

MESSRS. CAMPBELL AND CO.'s WHARF,

THIS DAY, Tim 23RD JANUARY,

At eleven o'clock each day,

The following assortment of geueral mer- chandise, which will be sold without reserv« to close various consigments : -

84 Cases ship tumblers, ex Hero Malown 14 Cases wine glisses, ex Hero Malown

5 Cases wine and publican's dram glasses,

ex Bencoolen

24 Crates yellow and Rockingham ware, a

great assortment, ex Andromache and

Bencoolen

2 Cases assorted stationery, ex Andromache 3 Cases printer's materials, consisting of

paper, cards, glazed boards, best glue, fine varnish, inks, best treacle, and wafers, ex Caledonia

. 5 Casks news ink, ex Caledonia I

A printing presa, type, and materials of

every description complet«, for a news- paper or printing office, ex Caledonia

1 Cask Dinneford's pure fluid magnesia, ex

Euphrates

3 Patent portable hand mills, ex Alfred

20 Gross patent India rubber wine corks,

ex Alfred

SO Kegs \i in. Ewbank's patent nails 25 Bags 12 lb. hurdle nails 3 Casks scythe stones 3 Casks shoe rubbers

2 Cases looking glasses and shaving hoxes 1 Patent sugar crushing mill

2 Patent iron chaff cutters, complete 1 Large kitchen range

, 2 Cases cross-cut and pit saws

29 Cwt red paint

70 Cwt. Spanish brown 40 Cwt. blue

2 Winnowing machines

167 Barrels Hambro' pork -

Terms at Sale. 1805

HAMBRO* PORK,

JO CLOSE A CONSIGNMENT-WITHOUT

RESERVE,

"R. MORT will sell by public

auction,

AT THE STORES OF MR. T. WOOLLEY,

LOWER OEORQE-STREET,

Opposite the gate leading lo Messrs. Campbell

and Co's. Wharf,

THIS DAY, THE 23RD JANUARY,

At twelve o'clock precisely, 167 Barrels Hambro' Pork

The bulk of the above will be on view at the stores of Messrs. Deloitte and Co., Miller's Point, from nine to eleven o'clock on the morning of sale, and a rooper in attendance to open any casks which intending purchaaers may wish to inspect.

The whole will be sold at Mr. Woolley's stores, Lower George-street, at twelve pre- cisely. 130«

MILITARY DRILL, MUSLINS, PRINTS,

WEARING APPAREL, PALM-LEAF AND MANILA HATS, &C, &C.

[-1/rR. MORT will sell by public auction,

-LTJL at his Rooms, George-street, on

TO-MORROW, 21TH JANUARY.

At Eleven o'clock,

One case blenched heavy Military Drill

Onecase printed, striped, and checked Muslins

One case Prints

One case Blouses and Stays One case Lasting Shoes

One case Linen Jackets and Trousers

Three cases Palm-leaf Hats i One case Manila Hats One bale Thrashers.

Terms at sale. 1312

1000 HEAD OF CATTLE AND

STATION.

ALSO,

THE "ARDEN HALL" ESTATE.

(AN UNRESERVED SALE.)

R. MORT will sell by public auction,

at his Rooms, George-street, on

TO-MORROW, THE 24TH INSTANT,

At 12 o'clock,

A very choice lot of Cattle, comprising

3(10 aged bullocks 4ü0 breeding cows

800 heifers and steers, two years old and

under

1000 head, more or less.

With this splendid lot of cattle (most of which have been carefully bred from the Se- genhoe stock) will be sold the light to a very extensive run, know as

THE LONG POINT STATION,

On the Liverpool Plains, remarkable for its excellent pasturage and well-known fatten- ing qualities, and on which will be found all the necessary huts, stockyards, &c, besides paddocks, and other improvements.

SIX STOCK HORSES,

AND

CALVES UNDER SIX MONTHS,

with all the IMPROVEMENTS that maybe on the Station, will be given in.

AFTER WHICH,

Will be sold in one lot, all that beautiful pro- perty known as

ARDEN HALL,

Distant from Scone 12 miles, and from Aber- deen 15 miles, containing about

960 ACRES.

on which is erected a very excellent

FAMILY MANSION»

Built of brick, with verandah all round, its ac- commodations consisting of seven rooms, be- sides pantry, store-room, &c, surrounded by a three-rail fence, enclosing a paddock of about 100 acres, on which are men's huts, stockyards, blacksmith's forge, &c.

Besides the above there is a cultivation paddock of about 100 acres, cleared and stumped, and fenced with a four-rail fence.

The plough», harrow, cart, roller, tools, &c, will be given in.

This estate is watered on one aide by

THE RIVER HUNTER;

And although the back run is not extensive, two or three stations might be easily obtained in the immediate neighbourhood.

Title, Grant from the Crown-quit-rents paid up.

Terms at sale, or on application to the Auc- tioneer, who will render any further informa- tion that may be required. 1309

MARES, COLTS, AND FILLIES.

THE YOUNG STOCK BY THE CELE-

BRATED IMPORTED HORSES

ABDALLAH AND MOONIDES.

R. MORT will sell by public auc

tion, at the Cattle Market, on

TO-MORROW, THE 21TH INSTANT,

Al one o'clock precisely,

The following valuable Horse Stock, viz.

Five mares, five to seven years old, three with

fine young foals by their sides, by the im- ported blood horse MCEONIDES

Three fillies, three years old, hy the cele-

brated imported Arab ABDALLAH

One four year old colt, well adapted for the

Indian market

Two two year old colts

Two yearling colts, by MCEONIDES.

Terms at sale. 131a

/ FLOORCLOTHS,

Just landed, ex Colombian.

]%/I~R. MORT will sell by public auction, -LOL at his Rooms, Geoige-street, on

TO-MORROW, 21-Tii JANUARY,

At eleven o'clock,

Five cases Floorcloths assorted in all widths,

and just landed, i x Colombian ; they are of the very newest and most fashionable pat

terns, from the celebrated manufactory of

R and M. KIRKPATRICK

Terms at sale. 1811

WOOL.

FIFTY-ONE BALES,

BY AUCTION,

BY MR. MORT,

ON SATURDAY, AT HALF-PAST ELEVEN,

IN TUE YARD AT THE REAR OF THE ROOMS.

1304

FAMILY CARRIAGE.

IN MOST rXCELLENT CONDITION.

I MR. MORT will sell by public auction,

1 V_M at his Rooms, George street, on

[ S ATL RD AY, THE 25TH INS TA N Í,

At twelve o'clock,

A very handsome family carriage, in first | rate order ; cost in London a short time ago I ?£320. The carriage will be on view from

nine to twelve on the morning of sale.

I Terms at sale. 1308

HORBURY TERRACE 111

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

BY MR. MORT,

ON SATURDAY, THE 25TH JANUARY,

"WITHOUT RESERVE,

ALL THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY

KNOWN AS

H OR BURY TERRACE.

MR. MORT will sell by public auction

at his Rooms, Gaorge-street, on

SATURDAY, THE 25TH JANUARY.

At 12 o'clock precisely,

(By order of the Proprietor.)

THAT PRINCELY PROPERTY,

Consisting of all those eight newly-built

and beautifully situated DWELLINO-HODSES,

known as

HORBURY TERRACE,

Seven of which front into Macquarie-strect,

and one adjoining thereto, into Hunter street, immediately opposite the residence of R. Therry, Esq., M.L.C

THESE TRULY VALUABLE AND ELIOIBLE

FAMILY RESIDENCES

are three stories high, and contain dining and drawing rooms, bed-rooms, kitchens, store ; besides the necessary out-houses, yard, &c. Each house being supplied with ino

RACE COURSE WATER ;

And atpiesentLet to the following highly respectable Tenants-viz :

Edward Broadhurst, Esq., barrister-at-law, Robert Lowe, Esq., barrister-at-law. Adam Wilson, Esq.

Hutchinson Bell, Esq. F. W. Adam, Esq.

Isaac Nathan, Esq. Mis-Dyer.

The Misses Randall.

THE LOCALITY

of these Houses is undoubtedly the very first in the City, being in the immediate neigh- bourhood of,

The Council Chambers, Government House,

the Government Offices, the New Library, the Supreme Court, theNew Custom House, the Circular Quay, the Club House, &c. ; and not more than three minutes' walk from any of the business parts of the town.

THE BEAUTIFUL VIEWS

which present themselves both at the front and the rear of theso houses, cannot possibly be surpassed in the colony.

On the one side may be seen our beautiful Domain (foremost in which is Sir Richard Bourke's Statue), the Government Garden«, thp North Shore, the Heads, Woolloomooloo, the Ocean ; and though the last named, by no means the least imposing in the picture, is our magnificent Harbour, alive from morning to night with ships, and various craft, arriving and departing from and to all quarters of the world On the other side, you have a splendid panoramic view of the busier portion of the City, embracing the Flag Staff, St. Philip's George-street, See., &c.

THE IIEALTHFULNESS.

of their position will not for one instant be questioned ; and if to their natural salubrity of situation be added the collateral advantages afforded from their immediate proximity to

THE BATHS, #

(the walk to and from which, lying, as it does, through the Domain and Gardens, must of itself prove highly beneficial to health), it will at once be granted that they certainly enjoy, on the whole, what few residences in Sydney ean lay claim to.

THE RENT ROLL,

even in these days of reduced rents shows an annual income of between

£600 AND £700.

A return which capitalists, desirous of obtain- ing a per-centage for their moneys not allowed under the new Usury Law, will cer- tainly not fail to look to, as a great desidera- tum. Indeed this is an investment which, under proper management, can be relied upon for even a greater return than the pre- sent rental yields.

Terms: Twenty-five per cent, cash deposit on the fall of the hammer, twenty-five per cent within six months, and the remainder may, if preferred, remain on mortgage at 8 per cent, per annum.

Title unexceptionable, and the property free of every incumbrance. For particular apply to the auctioneer.

N. B.-Should it be found desirable, the whole will be offered in one lot; otherwise,

each house will be offered separately. 1307.

WITHOUT RESERVE.

MR. R. FAWCETT will Sell by Public

Auction, at his Sale Rooms, 481, George-street,

THIS MORNING,

At half-past Ten o'clock precisely,

One bale linen tick

One bale linen dowlas

One bale linen huckaback, diaper, &c.

Terms-Cash. 1288

FOR THE BENEFIT OF WHOM IT

MAY CONCERN.

| Ex "COLOMBIAN," WAKEM, MASTER,

FROM LIVERPOOL.

MR. R. FAWCETT will sell by pub-

lic auction, at his Commercial Sale Rooms, adjoining the Bank of New South Wales,

THIS DAY,

At half-past ten o'clock precisely,

Ex O in diamond, § 241 Nine pieces flannels

§ 242 Sixteen pieces flannels

5 244 One bale, twenty pieces flannels.

Being all more or less damaged by sea

water.

Terms Cash. 1284

FRIDAY EVENING'S AUCTION.

LAW LIBRARY.

MR. STUBBS respectfully informs the

gentlemen of the bar, and the profession generally, that the remainder of the LAW LIBRARY of the late Chief Justice Sir James Dowling, alphabetically arranged from G (lot 71), will be sold by public auction, on FRIDAY EVENING, the 24th instant, at at seven o'clock.

Mart, King street. 1279

SATURDAY'S SALE.

TO COACHMAKBRS, UPHOLSTER-

ERS, DKALERÖ, AND OTHERS.

MR. STUBBS will sell by auction, at

the Mart, King-stieet, on

SATURDAY NEXT, 2ÜTH JANUARY,

At Ii o'clock, _

An invoice of goods, consisting of curtain

holders, bell ropes, silk laces ; cotton, silk, and carpet binding, assorted fringes, ditto cords, blind tassels, coach trimmings eom i plete, &c, &c" &c.

1 Terms-Cash. 1279

NOTICE TO BUYiäRS.

THIS DA Y-P O S I T I V E L Y ,

At 12 o'clock, on the premises,

"THE BLACK DOG" INN,

IN GLOUCKSTER-STREET.

"R. STUBBS will sell by auction, on

THURSDAY, 23RD JANUARY,

A LICENSED HOUSE-GOOD-WILL TRADE, FIXTURES-FURNITURE

PREMISES.

&c, &c, &c.

OSS' See to-day's advertisement in Herald.

1277

IN THE INSOLVENT ESTATE OP W.

SAMUEL.

BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.

AN ALLOTMENT AT KINGSTON.

R. EDWARD SALAMON is in-

structed to sell by auction, at hi» rooms, George-street,

THIS DAY, 23RD JANUARY.

At twelve o'clock

All that piece or parcel of land, situate, lying,

and being, in the colony aforesaid, com- mencing at the corner of the Parramatta Road, and a reserved road ; and bounded on the north by the Parramatta Road thirty three feet four inches, on the west by lot 2, being a southerly lino of sixty feet; on the south by lot 4, being an easterly line thirty three feet ; and on the east by the reserved road sixty feet, a little more or less, which said piece or parcel of land is particularly delineated on the map or plan exhibited at the time of sale, as allotment No. 1,

Title unexceptionable,

Terms at sale. 1295

LEASE OP GROUND AND COTTAGE

IN PITT-STREET SOUTH.

A safe investment for a small capitalist.

MR. EDWARD SALAMON will sell

by auction, at his Rooms, George

street,

THIS DAY, 23RD JANUARY,

At twelve o'clock,

The uncxpired> Lease of all that southern- most half (exclusive, of the roadway to Mac pherson-row)of that piece of ground on the east side of Pitt street South, immediately in front of those six brick-built houses called Macpherson-row, and nearly half way between Bathurst and Liverpool-streets, consisting of about seventeen feet and one quarter, or there- about*, and going back thirty-one feet, leaving sufficient space for a narrow road or footpath to the back premises of the house No. I, Mac- pherson-row, &c, upon which is erected a neat fonrtooin brick-built cottage, covered with pantiles, having about eighteen years unexpired.

Further particulars may be ascertained on application to the auctioneer.

_Terms nt sale._1296 To WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,

COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, &C.

WINES, SPIRITS, &c.

TO CLOSE SEVERAL ACCOUNTS.

?R. EDWARD SALAMON will sell

by auction, at his Rooms, George

street, on

TUESDAY NEXT, 28TH INSTANT,

At Twelve o'clock.

Three hogsheads fine pale sherry Two quarter-casks ditto

Three hogsheads good table sherry Two quarter-casks ditto

Two quarter-casks old brown sherry Three half pipes very fine old port Two quarter-pipes ditto

J M Five cases, each 3 dozen, excellent port RN&Co. Three ditto ditto, good ditto

IL&Co, Seven ditto ditto, choice old ditto Four cases and two casks various ditto

Twenty-five cases gold colour sherry, each 3

dozen

Two ditto pale ditto, in pints, each 6 dozen Ten ditto Champagne, each 3 dozen

Four ditto fine old Barsac, in I and 2'dozen

cases

Two ditto very choice Sauterne, each 3 dozen Five ditto ditto Hock, each 3 dozen, Rudes

.heimcr, 1822

Ten ditto rich old mountain, each 1 dozen

Twenty-one dozen pints, Amontillado, a rar«

wine and the only sample in the colony. Nineteen ditto ditto Paxaretta, ditto ditto

Three cases, each 6 dozen pints, sweet Malaga Two cases, each Rousillon, Hermitage, and

Burgundy

One case, 3 dozen, fine old Lisbon Four cases Champagne Cider Ten cases Taylor's Stout_

Two casks Pale Ale, in pints Two cases assorted Liqueurs Twenty casc3 Cherry Brandy

Four hogsheads and seven barrels Brandy

T.\o puncheons and four barrels splendid

Campbelltown Whiskey Twenty-six half-cases Gin

Five dozen fine old Jamaica Rum.

&c, &c, &c.

Terms at sale. 1294

ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.

Ex Sarah Birkett, Proddow, from Liverpool.

.R. GEORGE A. LLOYD will sell by

auction, at his Rooms, Lower George

street, on

FRIDAY, 24m INSTANT,

At II o'clock precisely,

The following goods, ex Sarah Birkett,,

Proddow, from Liverpool, damaged by

sea water :

R in diamond with S under, § 38 & 67 :

Thirty casks soda

R (reversed) with M (conjoined) and S under :

Ten bundles spades

RPDL with I over and C under, case { 37 :

Twelve tins 1200 dozen patent metallic reel

cotton, 200 yards each S with 44 under :

Part of bale 45-Thirty-three pieces 85 inch

Grey Shirtings

Part of bale 9-Twenty-nine pieces SO inch

Grey Shirtings . Part of bale 51-Twenty-two pieces 9-8

White Supers

Part of bale 46-Seven pieces 9-8 White

Supers

M with 44 under:

Part of case 24-Six pieces Fancy Print«

Part of case 20-Seven pieces Fancy Prints E within diamond with W under :

Part of case 7-Twenty-two pieces Plate

Prints.

Terms-Cash. 1313

TO DRAPERS. TAILORS, GENERAL

DEALERS, AND OTHERS.

MR. GEORGE A. LLOYD will sell

by auction, at his Rooms, Lower

George-street, on

FRIDAY, 24TH INSTANT, At Eleven o'clock precisely, One bale stout grey domestics One bale stout sheeting

One bale fine white super calicos One bale stout medium ditto One bale of cativos

One case muslin dresses Two cases bonnet shapes Two bales Woolpacks,

One case containing Muslin shawls

Figured nets, &c, &c.

W ith a variety of soft goods of other descrip-

tions.

Terms at sale. 1314 TO PRIVATE FAMILIES, WINE MER-

CHANTS, AND OTHERS.

MR. GEORGE A. LLOYD will sell

by auction, at bis Rooms, Lower

George street, on

FRIDAY, 21TH INSTANT,

At 12 o'clock, precisely,

Twenty case?, each three dozen, port wine

Fifteen cases, ditto superior sherry

Ten cases claret

Five quarter-casks port, a superb wine Twenty quarter-casks sherry

Thirty caaes London bottled port

Fifteen casks, each four dozen, London

bottle porter

Terms at sale. HIß

r WOOL,

R. SAMUEL LYONS will sell

by auction, at his Mart, corner _2 I of George-street and Charlotte-place,

« { THIS DAY, THE 23RD JANUARY,

At eleven o'clock precisely, Twenty-four bales Wool.

Terms at sale. 1282

f BELL'S LUCIFER MATCHES.

R. SAMUEL LYONS will sell

by auction, at his Mart, corner of George-street and Charlotte-place,

i < THIS DAY, 23RD JANUARY,

At eleven o'clock,

Two cases Bell's Lucifer Matches, in beat

condition

S ^ Terms at sale. 1211

-- -?-''' " ' i

BLANKETS, SLEEVED WAISTCOATS,

DUCK FROCKS, EUROPE CORDAGE, ASSORTED SAUCES, PAINTS, NAILS, BEAVER AND PALM - LEAF HATS, CIDER, AND REGATTA SHIRTS.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by

auction, athis Mart, corner of George street and Charlotte-place,

THIS DAY, 23RD JANUARY,

At Eleven o'clock,

_. ( 8 bales stout 9-4 Witney blankets

2 cases sleeved sealet waistcoats 2 cases sleeved plush waistcoats 16 dozen duck frocks

1 bale, 70 dozen, Kilmarnock capB

6 bolts bleached canvas

2 tons Enderbey's best patent Europe

cordage, from 1 to 41 inches 6 cases assorted sauces

i ton black, brown, and yellow paint 8 casks slate and paling nails

5 cases beaver hats

5 cases palm-leaf hats 100 dozen regatta shirts

30 casks prime Devonshire cider, 3 doz.

? \. each.

Terms at sale. 1134 361200 A YEAR CERTAIN.

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES

R. LYONS has received instructions

to sell by public auction, at his Mart, £ fcorner of George-street and Charlotte

place, on

MONDAY, 10TH DAY OP FEBRUARY,

At eleven o'clock precisely,

(Immediately before the extensive sale of

Lands,)

An annual sum or yearly rent charge of

*S1200

parable quaiterly, during the life of Mr." Rolla O'Ferrall, and secured upon that 2-1 valuable property at the CORNER OF

- GEORGE AND MARKET STREETS,

granted to William M'Donald, formerly occupied by the late Mr. Burdekin, and now held by Mr. T. Baker, " Crown and Anchor," and Mr. T. Hurley adjoining

also secured upon

SEVEN HOUSES IN GEORGE

STREET,

Commencing at the Gateway of the

ROYAL HOTEL, (now occupied by

^ Mr. Chapman and Mr. Robinson, baths

Mr. Broughton

Mr. Brown

Mr. Israel Myers

Mr Micluel Gaynor, " White Horse Inn"

Mr. Hayes

Messrs. E. Campbell and Co,

and bounded on the north by the properly of Wm. Hutchinson, Esq.

AND ALSO SECURED

by the Bond of the said William M'Donald.

t&HT Abstracts of the Title Deeds may be seen, and full particulars obtained, on appli- cation at the Office of R Want, Esq., Soli- citor, Pitt-street, Sydney.

Terms at salo. 848

_ r SALE POSTPONED.

DEMONDRIL STATION, WITH .8540

SHEEP, AND

TWELVE VILLA ALLOTMENTS AT

LADY DARLING'S POINT, RUSH

CUTTERS' BAY.

«< "fà/j R. SAMUEL LYONS begs t°

ITA inform the public that the sale of the above properties will take place at his Mart, on

TUESDAY, 18TII FEBRUARY,

At eleven o'clock,

INSTEAD or

On Friday, the 31st January. 1281 ONE BUILDING ALLOTMENT, situate

in WILLIAM-STREET, CITY of SYDNEY, adjoining the properly of J. Thomson, Esq.

MR. BLACKMAN has been favoured

with instructions to lease or sell by public auction, at his Rooms, 489, George street, Sydney, on

WEDNESDAY, 29TH DAV OP JANUARY,

At twelve o'clock precisely,

(If not previously let or sold by private

contract),

All that piece or parcel of land, situated in the parish of Alexandria, containing by ad- measurement thiity-six perches (more or less) bounded on the south by William-street easter- ly, ninety feet; on the east by a line parallel te Forbes-street, bearing northerly one hundred and ten feet ; on the north by a line parallel to William street, bearing westerly ninety feet; and on the west by aline parallel to Forbes-street, bearing southerly one hundred and fen feet to the commencing point.

Terms and conditions at timo of sale.

N.B. Apian of the above valuable property on view at the office of the auctioneer. 1244

MR. BLACKMAN will sell by auction,

at the Dock-yard, on account of the Colonial Government, on

WEDNESDAY, THE 29TH INSTANT.

At ten o'clock,

A quantity of Condemned Stores, consisting of,-carts, dra>s, cast and wrought iron, sheet copper, tools, &c- ; also, carbines and

pistols.

Terms, cash. 1252 PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

TWO DAYS*

EXTENSIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE

DRAPERY GOODS AND MERCHANDISE,

BY JOHN G. COHEN,

AT THE

Stores of Messrs. CHARLES APPLETON

and Co, PITT-STREET.

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT,

JANUARY 29TH AND 30TH, 1845.

TERMS (WHICH WILL IB LIBERAL) AND FULL

PARTICULARS WILL APPEAR IN FUTURE AD- VERTISEMENTS. 1301

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUC

TION, under distraint for rent, at the Captain Cook and Balmain Hotel, Balmain,

THIS DAY, THE 23RD JANUARY,

at 12 o'clock,

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of

bedsteads, feathor and wool beds, hair and wool mattresses, bedding, chain, tablea, sideboards, chests drawers, carpeting, win- dow curtains, bar fixtures, kitchen utensils, glass and earthenware, pigs, cow, poultry,

&c>

«393 JOHN HALL, Bailiff.

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