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THE ROYAL MAIL

TO POUT PUItLIP, ' YASS, ÇOULBURN,

BERRIMA, &C.

LEAVES TITTERTON'S Talbot Inn,

¿eoige-strect, Sydney, every Tuesdaj, Wednesday. F«dny, ana Saturday, at five .***". FARK8:

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From 1/ Iass 181

^ilcS INN, FAMILY HOTEL, X AND MAIL COACH HOUSiî,

WAS ESTABLISHED BY

THOMAS GLANFIELD.

ABOUT two J ears ago, at the in-

stance and invitation of a large majo T'lt, of influential and leading settlers in the fflourbood and adjacent districts. Under Äp°rt.and public custom generally it Cattmned thatfatisfactory hostelry reputa tionwWch calls upon the Proprietor to d's charKe bis duty of thanks by a public ac ' The recommendation which T. G. submits for eenersl observation ia. that the Esta- blishment is large and commodious-ontirely a new building, and replete with every com- fort recognised in the familiar and domestic Family Hotel and Posting House in the

mother country.

T G assures his friends and the public

'that'no expense has been spared in rendering everything oimp'ete \n tho way of comfort, as regarda the clcanl in est, oi the bed rooms, and

nttei'tinn of SP'VaiitS.

GENTLEMEN FROM NEW ENGLAND

AND

LIVERPOOL PLAINS DISTRICTS,

Will find ,ne 9tttD'inR ana paddocks affording the best accommodation, whether required forsingle boxes for STUD HoitbES or not.

THE CELLAR DEPARTMKNT.

ID this, T. G. flatters himself that no one on the whole line of the North Road, con sur pass him either in quality or reasonableness

of charge.

Hiving been long accustomed to the Wine hade and being "personnel" connected with on« of the "First Spirit, Wine, and Beer Im- port nouses" in Sydney, he can assure his friends and the public, that whether in wood, «under cork, he fearlessly challenges all competitkn with the several vintages he alvaya has on hand.

He trusts, theielore, for a continuance of that patronage he has so successfully ou- tlined s «hare of. and he further assures

SETTLERS WITH THEIR TEAMS,

That it will be his constant endeavour to see that every watchfulness and despatch be used, in forwarding their drays with the least possible delay,

Scone Inn, March 2. 4318

THE undersigned is desirous of inform-

ing his friends aud the public that he has just received, per last arrivals from Eng- land, a.large quantity of various qualities Paris Hats-black and drab stuff-in booda lambswool and children's best black beavers, at unprecedented low prices, finished in any ahape or size according to order.

The trade supplied on moderate term«.

J. SMITH,

436t 258, Pitt-street.

Sydney, 28th March. 1846.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-It

afford« us much pleasure to address to you a description of our establishment, as well as a detailed explanation of the system upon which we conduct business.

The Uee Hive has been established now three years, and has become the most exten tivehouse in "»\dney, (combining the wholesale onârttail trades). During the past month, as many of you are aware, large stores have been added at the rear of the previous premises ; and to give a more definite idea of the extent of these additions, an accurate survey of the various departments bave been laid down, and is now presented to your notice.

ft. ft. Front Shop No. 1, measures 60 x 16

,. " No. 2, . " CO x 15 Hatrcom, No. 1, " 15 x 14

". No. .2,, - " 17 x 15 Tailoring department measures 15 x 12 Stora No. I " öS x 2 i , » No. ?. " Gb' x 21

H No. 3 " i6 x 21 » No. 4 " 26 x 21

No. 5 " 21 x 15 » No. 6 " 21 x 15 Blanket store No. 1 ,, l8 x 15 "« II No. 2 " 15 x 12 Counling house " l8 x 15 Thus the small Bee Hive, which three years «KO covered only 270 square feet, has gra- dually but steadily increased uniil it now ex- tends over a tunase of

lfi 554 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND.

And yet with such an extraordinary enlarge- ment, we find our present accommodation very inaúetmate to the amount of business with which it has pleased you to reward our excitions in ordt¡r to gain general approba-

tion,

It is well known that the system upon which we conduct our bu>iness n one calculated to facilitate in the highest degree that integrity and uprightness which ounht always to exist in mercantile traniac tions, and, to bettur establish these objects,

wc

MARK ALL 00ODS IN PLAIN FIGURES,

leaving the customers to inform themselves the price of any article. We never, under any consideration,

" DEVIATE FROM THE PRICE MARKED, "

tons securing the confidence of ihe public. V»e have, therefore, endeavoured to connect thesei two great principles with another, viz., to «eil foi cash, aud thus to act upon our

motte

CASH ONLY, AND NO ABATEMENT,

u* are.satisfiud, from the amount of sup- port received, that our friends duly appreciate tait, the best system of business.

It would appear nearly superfluous to mention that all goods are sold at the «.riallest remunerating profit, and rather «nan suiier any one to undersell ita wo would «eil without uny profit at eli.

We have to thar.k those of you who'have Mtöeito patronised our establithment, and «g to state that we have come to the deter-

mination of

.. , , SELLING OFF

me whole of our splendid flock of

SILKS, DRAPERY, WOOLLENS, &C ,&C,

previous ,0 lhe firat day of July nnU whcn it ii our intention to hold a sale by auction on

.le premises.

w»,i.QU/Jl.PAat Present amounts to up *."?«! «40,1.00. we wish to dispose of as much as practicable previou, to the sale, so «at the public may derive the benefit.

nie priceBofour goode will be found tobe i« below what the same goods would now J,11,or.l7auction; but, nevertheless, where it «ti!.. .!»."'" de,ermintd IO redu« »h« ;«",,." Iower' beinK resolved to spare no enort to deserve an increased amount of your

»ina aiippnit.

m^.1!'8-11'6 past yfar we liave m»de arrange

rnen °r!l!,P0rtdirect lar»e monthly ship men s of the "ewett and mosi suitable good« rnain'«"» CoIon>' UP°» »Web we shall bl main.y dependant, as the present state of the ¿ric« .^°r8-nH.ap',eara,lceo,'Kradual rise in »M7.. " Wl11 ^e a *reat advantage, as all ?S,TVoned by H« wiU 0,,|y be charged

ffoitts aiidquick returns,

ou adwClfuUy re1UC£t y°ur »Menllrn fo of oiî?T.« We?,eut fnunicrminu a parli.l list from t,mM.en .'tock'.to »hichwill be added reoeÄ ,0 ,,ra%a ,ar&e «m°"nt of Goods «reived from our Londou Agon's.

.8wfflUk °n' We-beK l0 B89Hre >ou'that n" to nrnti,i be wa"l,ng' no exertion relaxed, thecA^T* acc"ram,,dation requisite to tend«?T u0UrcUi,0,n,t<» and wbichwill

M as mu<--b «o your benefit as to .Lat of

S?«!HERI,ßWTON & BROTHER.

BATHURST.

FROM the 1st April next, the business

of Auctioneers and Commis-ion Agents will be conducted by Messrs. Trets and Ashe conjointly. All communication» addressed to them, at their o iii ce, adjoining the Post Office, will be promptly attended

to.

*.. Cash advanced upon property in- tended for immediate and unreserved sale.

March 21. 4805

BATHURST.

IT is now universally acknowledged

that

SIMMON S'S

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 8TORB3,

Next to Mr. Rottcn's " Victoria Inn,"

Bathurst,

Is the cheapest bousa out of Sydney, where settlers, dealers, and others, may be supplied with every description of Good«.

«jgr Twenty per cent, under any other

store.

The Proprietor being determined to carry out the wholesome prineiple of small profits and quick

returns.

The stock of winter goods has been well selecSed, and being laid in rather early will enable the proprietor to offer some good bar- gains in warm clothing.

Wines, spirits, groceries, tobacco, _ salt fish, glass, crockery, slop clothing, iron- mongery, drapery of every description, always

on hand.

Blankets, counterpanes, and rugs, in great vaticty.

Every kind of colonial produce bought for cash, or taken in exchange for supplies.

SLOPS 1 SLOPS ! ! SLOPS ! ! !

IMPORTANT NOTICE,

TO SETTLERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND THE PUB-

LIC AT LARGE.

DAVID JONES AND CO., encouraged

by the unparalleled increase which has taken place in every brauch of their business during the last six months, beg to inform their numerous friends and connexion?, that no effort on their part ahull be wanting to de- serve their continued confidence and support. With a \iew to this end, tbey bave just effected several large purchases of Slops and general Drapery Goous (on the most advan- tageous tern.s), which, in addition to their already unrivalled stock, they are prepared to ofFor at such a reduced scale of profits, aa enables them to defy the competition of any

hou<e whatever.

The public will see the impossibility of giving, in an advertisement, a list of even a tithe of the numerous articles, embraced in a Btock at all times exceeding one-fourth of the imports of the colony. A few, however, of the leading articles required by Settlers and Storekeepers are enumerated, which Messrs. D Jones and Co. are prepared to offer at prices hitherto unprecedented.

BLANKETS.

Blankets, bush and army, from 7s. Ditto, Bury and cloth Witney

Ditto, real Witney, for family use

Rugs, 8 4, 9-4, 10-4. and 11-4, from 2s. 6d.

Counterpanes, 8 4, 9 4. 10 4, 11-4, and 12-4 White ditto, 8-4 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4

Ditto imperial ditto, 10-4, 11*4, 12-4, and

13-4

Quilts, 6 8, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, and 12-4

Ditto summer ditto, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, and

13-4

SHIRTS.

Striped shirts, 12s. to 21 s.

Ditto ditto, made to order, 22s. 6d. Regatta ditto, to 21s.

Ditto ditto, extra stout and large, 24s,

Ditto ditto, full fronts and strapped, 28s. Royal Thames ditto, full fashioned, 42s.

White ditto, linen fronts, collars, &c, 30s, to

68s.

Ditto ditto, made to order, 84s. Scotch twilled ditto. 25s. to 28s.

Ditto ditto, very stout and made to order, 30s. Baize shirts, red and blue Serge ditto, red and blue

Royal ditto, red and blue.

COATS.   Coats, shepherds

Ditto, stockmen's, 12s. 6d. and upwards Ditto, pilots

Ditto, Brighton beaver

Ditto, ditto,quilted ditto

Ditto tweed, 8s. 6d., and upwards

Ditto cantoons

Ditto gambroons, 9s. and upwards Ditto monkey and pea

Ditto buckskin Chesterfields

Ditto ditto double seamed ditto

Ditto fancy doeskin shooting ditto

TROUSERS.

15,000 Pairs moleskin trousers, 36s. to 72s.

5,000 Ditto ditto extra stout, and double

stitched and strapped Trousers, drab corduroy   Ditto, ditto woollen cord

Ditto, blue and drab flushing Ditto, blue pilot

Ditto, superfine blue cloth I'itto, doe and buckskin Ditto, duck and canvass

VESTS.

Vests, silk plush

Ditto ditto ditto, with sleeves Ditto swansdown

Ditto ditto, with sleeves  

Ditto tweed

Ditto ditto double breasted

Ditto cachmere, black, buff, and white Ditto satin, black and coloured

Ditto Valencia and Cachemerette Ditto quilling, white and fancy. .

JACKETS.

Jackets, superfine blue cloth Ditto pilot ditto

Ditto drab moleskin Ditto millers' ditto Ditto white ditto Ditto cord Ditto jean

Ditto drill and duck

Stockmen's boots   Cabbage-tree hats Duck frocks

Guernsey frocks Yarn ditto

Lambswool vests and drawers Worsted ditto

Merino ditto and drawers Royal ribbed ditto

Flannel ditto and drawers

Jim Crow and wide-awake hats Scotch and Kilmarnock caps Scarlet caps and comforters Macintosh and boat cloaks

Drab, doe, and buckskin gloves Riding belts

&o., &c., &c.

The proprietors of this establishment beg to

inform such of their friends and customers as have not an opportunity of visiting Sydney, that their stock of General Drapery Goods has lately been increased to double its usual amount, and at present embraces every article required both for use and

ornament.

THEIR STOCK OF

SIItRTING, LONOCLOTIÍS, 7-8 AKD 4-4 IRISH

LINENS AND DIAPERS, HUCKABACKS, 5-4, 6»4 AND 10-4 COTTON AND LINEN SHEET- INGS, TABLE DIAPERS AND DAMASKS DOUBLE DAMASK CLOTHS AND NAPKINS DAMASK AND EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS DAMASK AND PRINTED FURNITURES FRENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOES

PLAIN CACHEMERES, GALA PLAIDS

ALPACA LUSTRES, ORLEANS CLOTHS CLOUDED ALPACAS AND MERINOES

CHECKED D'ETE, CHECKED CIIALLI

SILKS, SAT!MS, AND VELVETS

BRITISH AND FOREIGN SHAWLS

TARTAN AND FANCY PLAID SHAWLS SATIN, MORIE, AND VELVET SCARFS

PLAID, CACHEMERE, AND NEAPOLITAN

CLOAKS

BONNETS, RIBBONS, GLOVES, LVCK PARASOLS, FLOWERS, &C.

WILL BE FOUND IN EXTENT, VARIETT,

ELEGANCE, AND CHEAPNESS,

UNAPPROACHED IN NEW SOUTH WALES.

George-street, March 28. 6321

' NEW AUTUMN AND WINTER

GOODS.

ROBERT BOURNE A\TD CO. have

just opened several cases of very su- perior goods, consisting of

Plain and coloured si,k« and satinets Plain and checked alpaca lu-tres

Merinos, Coburg, and Polka cloths

Twilled and plain cashmere and de laine

dresves

Indiana, (tama, cashmere, and merino

shawls

Checked and tartan lambswool ditto

ALSO,

One case very superior soft silk genuine

Clan tartans

R. B. and Co invite an early in«pection of

the above articles, as tht-y will be found much superior in style and texture to those usually imported, and will be offered at such prices as cannot fail to give general

satisfaction. 5S¿9

THE undersigned has, during the past

week, received the following good*: Gentlemen's Hexham tan, dogskin, and doe-

skin glove»

Satin stocks, scntfs, and opera ties, very rich

Merino and lambswool under shirts Merino and lambswool half hose Shaded merinos

Coburg, Egyptian, and Orleans cloth White and coloured stays

Three cases printed cambrics, new stylei Boys' cantoon trousers, 2s. Gd. per pair Men's ditto ditto, 8s. 3d. per pair

Blankets from Ga. fíd. to I8q. per pair

White counterpanes, 4s, 6H. to 12s. each

Co'oured counterpanes, Is. 6'd. to 8n. Od. each 333 pieces unbleached calico, assorted wid'hs

The narrowest is 2id. pet yard, the widest (2 yards) is í)¿d. per yard

W. COLEMAN,

458, George-street., March 7._ 41'0 |

BY RECENT ARRIVALS.

A MOST ELEGANT AND VARIED ASSORTMENT

OF STOVES, RANGES, HALF-RFOISTERS, |

FENDERS, AND FIRE-IRONS,

CONSISTING OF!

Bright and bronzed register French hall stoves, «i h patent shifting fire-plaees Bright and ditto Kennand register stoves

U'iick and bright registers for dining and j

drawing rooms

Bhck ground front ditto, dining and bed |

rooms

Half register, from l8 to 42 inches Gothic ditto, ditto

Recess, elliptic stoves, of sizes Dumpy ditto

Cottage grates, fur wood chips' cabomes, of sizes Grenock cabin stovos

Small cottage kitchen ranges, v.ith winding

cheeks

Lar^e kitchen ranges, with ovens and ditto Ditto ditto, with ovens, bullers, and ditto

New Victoria green and gold bronze steel

mounted fenders

Bronze steel mounted dining and drawing

room ditto

Black fenders, all sizes, and newest patterns Green pierced tender«, brass mounted Green wire ditto, . ditto

Ditto ditto, nursery guards, ditto

Kilchen fenders, with sliding bars

Superbneiv pattern steel fire-irons Ditto ditto ditto, with bronze heads

Fire-irons fur bedroom?, nurseries, kitchens,

&c, &c.

Iron scrapers, umbrella stands, bedsteads,

&o.

T. WOOLLEY.

Nos. 430, and 432, George-street. 6217

KNIGHT AND GARRETT,

PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, AND OLAZIER8,

PARRAMATTA-STREET,

Nearly opposite Kent Brewery, and 121,

Kent-street East.

KNIGHT AND GARRETT beg to

inform their friends and the public generally, that they have this day entered into partnership, for ths purpose of carrying on the above business, and hope to obtain a share of public patronage, which it will be their constant study to merit.

March 28. 5323

FOR SALE,

'IpIIE Cnrgo of the Ianthe, from New

?fl. Yo-k, consisting of

Tobacco, Negrohead and Cavendish Mess beef and pork

Dried apples, pickles, soap Potashes, pitch, rosin Urandy, gin, red wine

Pilot bread, water ciackcrs Bright and black varnish White oak pipe staves Champagne cider

Stoves, for parlours and kitchens, various Glass lamps, &c, &...., &c.

WILLUM C. BOTTS,

Wharf, Darling Harbour. March 17. 4524

ON SALE AT THE WAREHOUSE OF

THE UNDERSIGNED.

THE Cargo of the brig Sarañ, from

China and Manila, consisting of Congou tea in chests and half chests White and coloured matting Sugar

No. S and 4 superior Manila cigars Manila rope of sizes Manila wool lashing

, Coffee

' Empty sugar mats

HENRY MOORE,

North Kent-street,

March 11. 4232

PRINTING INK-1

Shackell and Lyona'*, in 2 and 3 dozen

kegs

Preserved potatoe,-Edwards and Co., pa-

tentees

Spiles, assorted sizes, London made.

WM. M'DONELL,

Harrington-street.

March 25. _ 5067

ON Sale at the Stores of the Under«

signed

Linseed oil and turpentine

White lend, black, green, and other paints

Duchess slater and nails

Muskets, single and double barrelled fowling

pieces |

Washing soda Woolpacks

Bottling wax

Marsalla, m quarter casks and hogsheads _

Pale gold coloured and brown stielry, ia

octavea, quarter casks, and hogsheads Ditto ditto ditto, in three dozen case* Port wine, in three dozen cases Stationery, assorted

Sheet iron of various sizes Regatta ahiita

A case of silks, very rich patterns

Hennessey's brandy, in hoiruheads.

LYALL, SCOTT, AND CO.,

6318 George-street.

WALTHALL'S COLONIAL NKQRO

HEAD,

1«, Id. PER FOUND BT THE KEG).

AT DIXSON'S

TOBACCO ESTABLISHMENT.

540, George-street. 5262 BARRETT'S TWIST TOBACCO.

rpoBACCUNÍSTí, Grocers, Settlers,

JL and Others, by calling at SCOTT'S, will be enabled to purchase the finest sample of BARRETT'S TWIST ever imported to the colony, bright in colour, free from mildew, and delightful flavour.

5334 382, George-street.

ON SALE,

LANDING,ex Ï ¿em», Old E.I. Rum,

from 10 to 30 O.P.

5292 HMITH AND CAMPBELL,

MARTELL* AND HENNESSY'S

BRANDY.

"BjAfk HOGSHEADS Martell's and M-Xß^ HeHness>'8

West IudiaRum, both in and out of bond.

HENRY FISHER.

City Depot,

Corner of King and George streets. March SO._5320

GIN.

I Qfk HALF-CASES GIN, -?. *7\J just landed, and on sale at the

stores of the undersigned,

EDWARD CAMPBELL AND CO.,

1512 418, George-street.

' CHOICE W INES.

SHERRY, pale, Duff, Gordon, find

Co.

Sherry, pale, in wood and bottle

,, " alight dinner wine

Port, Fonsua's old tawny, in cases, pints, and

quarts

Port, a fine old wine, in bottle

" a rich fruity wine, in bottle.

WM. M'DONELL,

Harrington-street. March 26. 5U6(i

BASS'S BURTON ALU

A FEW BARRELS of Bass's Button

Ale on sale by

HENRY MOORE. North Kent-street, March 28. 5297

ON SALE, at the Stores of the Under

signed

Rum, in hogsheads,!

Martell's brandy, Vin aud out of bond Case gin, J

Sherry, in pipe and quarter

Page's port, in one d zen cases

L'inon syrup, in one dozen cases, pickles

ditto

Cape wine, in pipes, half, and quartern, corks Taylor'« porter

Ale, in hog«heada and barrell.

JAMES WOOD. George-street,

Opposite the Old Burial Ground. Several small Fauna to let, 13 miles from Sydney. 4597

GEORGE EVANS,

MANUFACTURER OF THE AUSTRALIAN

SODA WATER, AND AERATED LE*

MODADK,

PITT-STREET, SYDNEY,

(Near the Victoria Theatre.)

THE excellence of Evans's Soda Water

(which ia manufactured on Schweppe's peculiar principle, with powerful machinery) consists in the length of time during which it retains its life and pungency after it is poured out, and not (as many errol eou?ly suppose) on the force with which it expels the cork, the latter bring the characteriatio of the commonest Soda Water, for the obviotn reason that the gas is diseneoged. whereas by the peculiar principle of Evans's process, the carbonic acid does not escape with the cork, but being thoroughly incorporated wi'hthe water, remains as a valuable medicinal feature in the manufacture. Each bottle has its proper proportion of alkali. Evans's ePerveacihg Lemonade now so extensively used throughout Sydney, poBseatea all the medicinal properties of the saline draught, combined with a fine lemon flavour, thus rendering it so agreeable and valuable an article in chocking nausea, and allaying the oppressive li rat and thirst attendant on fever, and all inflammatory diseases. Asa most delicious, cooling, and refreshing draught, Evans's Lemonade (tanda un- rivalled, and may be procured at moat of the respectable hotels, inna, and other placea of refreahment in Sydney and other parta of New South Wales. 4971

TURTLE SOUP.

MARTIN GILL, according to promise

bega to inform his friends and lovers of turtle, that the last of his turtles ex Sophia, will be served up thia day, Munday, the 30th instant, athis

REFRESHMENT ROOMS,

Gcorge-atreet, where no extra charge will be made, and where gentlemen can obtain a glass of turtle punch upon the shortest

notice.

Families' orders, punctually attended to by orders being sent early.

March 28. 0.052

WHOLESALE STORES. '

SETTLERS and STOREKEEPERS

will find it to their advantage, in pur- chasing their supplies from the above Stores, as the Proprietors are determined to sell cheaper than any house in town for cash, being aware that reasonable charges and quick returns are the most beneficial to their customers and themoelves, and being their own importer^ they feel sure their prices cannot be equalled by any one in Sydney. They subjoin a list of articlcB, which on trial, will be found the beat guarantee :

TEAS-Hys'inskiu, twankay, congou aou

ching, and fine byson, of the fol- lowing brondi- Constant, Maid of Athens Isabella Austialasian Partit. Sarah. Kestrel, 8iid Anita COFFEE-Suoerior Manila

SUGARS-Manila, vaiioui qualities

TOBACCO-The very beat negrohead, is.

10 J. per lb.

Fine salad oil, in pints and quarts Currants raisin», and dried fruits Woolpacks and three-bushel bags Canvas assorted numbers Tarpaulins, all BÍZCS

Slops, superior assortment, suitable

for storekeeper«, settlers, &c., &.:. Soap, Colonial and Liverpool Fine Java rice

Bottled ale and porter, various branda Martell's and Hennessey's brandy,

sold in any quantity, in or out of bond, exceeding two gallons, at

reduced rates Case gin, ditto Ruin, ditto

Manila cigars, the best in Sydney Lemon and cider

Coleman's starch and blue.

D. HART AND CO,

4b0, George street,

6300 Opposite the Barrack Gate.

TO WHALERS

PRIME Twofold Bay Salt Beef, in

tierces and barrels, packed with St Ubea Salt. On sale.

W. S. MOUTRY, , 9471 Duke'a Wharf.

______

PRIME MESS BEEF,

in ti« rees.

Apply at the office of

A. B. SMITH AND CO.,

Sussex-street.

March 26._ 6136

FINE WHITE RICE,

BY the Ton or Bag, to sHit purchasers,

at I}d. per lb |

HENRY FISHER,

City Depot,

Corner of King and George-streaf«. March SO. «319

ON Sale at the Stores of the Under»

signed

60 Baga aupeiinr Patna rice, 168 lbs. each,

at 18s. per bag

100 Boxes Pouchong tea, 28 lb. nett each,

just landed at 25a. per box

Negrohead tobacco, bysomkin tea, sugar, and

a variety of other goods at reduced prices.

ISAAC SIMMONS,

Queen's Place,

5303 Lower Genrge-etrcet

PRFSCOTT'S COAL DEPOT, '

aUSSELL'S WHART, SUSSEX-STREET.

npiIE BEST NKWCASTLE COAL JL > may be ob¿a¡nr d by applying to

HENRY PRESCOTT.

Marchi!. 528T /

LIVERPOOL SALT.

FIFTY TONS ot Liverpool Salt, just

lauded, and on side at the stores of

EDWARD CAMPBELL AND CO.,

41«, tleorge-street. COALS! COALS! COALS I

THE undersigned wishes to draw the

attention of the public to the fact of

his not having reduced the delivery prices, but on the Whait" otily, the motive being to induce parties to cart their own coals.

H. R. WHITTELL. Ebenezer Coal Depot,

Sussex-street. 4282

NOTICE.

THE prioe of Coals at the Australian

Agricultural Company's Stack at New- castle is seven shillings nor ton.

For Screenings, five rhilliiiKS.

PHILLIP P. KING,

Commissioner A. A. Company. Port Stephens, January I. 1574

POTATOES.

ON SALE BY THE UNDER-

SIGNED

Seven and a half tons Van Diemen'« Land

potatoes

Nine and a half ditto Port Phillip ditto

_ Just arrived ex Phoebe, in excellent condi- tion, and of very superior quality May be inspected on board at Daigarno's Wharf.

S. H. SMYTH,

325, Castlerengh-strect.

5282 Corner of Brougham Place.

< OIL BUTTS.

ÄTW NEW DANTZIC OIL BUTTS, Ç_P . Gordon's brand, for sole by

5-^93 hOWAND, MACNAB, AND CO.

FOR SALE

A FIRST RATE BILLIARD

TABLE, hy Thurston, with balls, cus-, &c, complete. The above tablo was expressly made to order, and now in first-rate condi- tion. For terms, price, Src, apply to Mr. A. Toogood, Rainbow Tavern, corner Piit and King streets.

March 28. 5~60

FOR SALE,

BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,

HEAD OF CATTLE,

viz. :

250 Bullocks, S to 4 years old

260 Cowa 250 Steers

250 Heifers

OF A SUPERIOR BREED.

Apply to

Mr. STUBBS.

Auction Mart, King-street. March 11. 4240

SHKEP AND STATIONS.

nPHE undersigned has for Sale, a A valuable property, consisting of about

13,000 prime Sheep, warranted never to have been diseased, wi li most extensive Stations, situated cqui-distant from by du ey and Mel-

bourne.

A twelve months' supply of every article requisite for a first rate establishment has been provided, which, with six drays, fifty woik'wg bullocks, hurdles, mills, &c. will be given in hy the proprietor, who is about to return to Europe.

J. W. GOSLING,

5123 Charlotte-pince.

FOR SALE

FROM 4000 to G000 first-class Sheep

with or without stations; .warranted never to have been diseased. For particulars enquire of Dr. W. Hall Palmer, Kirk Connel,

by Hartley._ 3657

TO CAPITALISTS.

TO BE SOLD, the Dwelling-house

and Stores In George-street, at present in the occupation of Messrs. Robert How and Co.; also the Villa at Conk's River, known as Wanstead, with about 100 acres of land, at present occupied by William Fanning, Esq. Apply to

MR. UNWIN.

5199 354, Pitt-street.

FAT SHEEP.

ON SALE, at Erskine Park, Sou'.h

. Creek. The flock will be sold together, or in lots to suit purchasers. 6271

TO MONEYED PERSONS, AND

CAPITALISTS.

'R. STUBBS ia instructed to close

for the purchase of all that splendid property, No. 105, PITT-STREET, known as

MRS. WATLKS'S,

adjoining the residence of the honorable Member for Sydney, and will be happy to treat-with principals for that purpose, by

PRIVATE CONTRACT.

Apply at the Mart, Kiug-stieet. 3743

~3600 FINE WOOLLEDL YOUNG

SHEEP.

WARRANTED SOUND, AND NEVER DI'.-]

EASED.

MR. MORT

Has had placed in his bands for sale by

PRIVATE CONTRAOT,

QAAAF1NE WOOLLED 9J\J\J\J YOUNG SHEEP.

Which are warranted sound, and never to have been diseaied.

They may remain on their present run, in I

the N<-w England district, until the 1st June j

next, (free of expense to Ute purchaser J at which time they will have nearly a nine months

fleece on.

This wool realised extreme prices at the late i wool sales. I

For particulars and teims apply to Mrg M->rt. at his Rooms, George-street. 6315

rpilE UNDERSIGNED will purchase,

-JL for cash, colonial produce, or make ad- vances on the same consigned to Mr. Robert Brooks, London.

R. TOWNS.

December 11._2928 TUE undersigned are Cash buyers tf

Wool, Tallow, Hide«, &c.

SWAIN, WEBBS, AND CO Harrington-street._ <UP3 THE undersigned affords liberal

advances, a» usual, on Wool and other produce, consigned to bim for sale by his coirespondents, Messrs. Ellice, Kinnear, and Co., in London.

WILLIAM C. BOTTS.

6969_Whart, Do'ling Harbour THE Undersigned will make advances

on the wool of this clip, consigned to Messrs. Donaldson, Lambert, and Co., Lon-

don.

DONALDSON AND CO,

393, Put-street.

December 29._210

-PzifliO AT 7 PEtt CENÍ'.-The

&*i^m:\-r\ß Australian Union Benefi. Society having the above sun. to lend, on mortgage, panie? denrous of borrowù g it must transmit (post paid) a description of the property intended a« security, within fourteen days trom this date, to

THOMAS COWLISHAW.

Surry Hills.

Mareil l8. _ 6QÙ9

NOTICE.

IN THB INSOLVENT ESTATE OF MICHAEL

GANNON.

THE CREDITORS are particularly

requested to a'tend an adjourned SPECIAL MEETING heiein, tobe holden at the Insolvent. Court on TUESDAY, the 3l»t instant, at two O'CLOCK I> M., to receive the Report of the Committee, and on other mattera of great importance.

CLARK IRVING,

520G Official Assignee,

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. rr»HE undersigned intendina to dissolve A _ the partnership hitherto existing under

the title and firm ot "Gill ai.d White," re- quest that all claims against thurn, or cither of them, may be scut in tor liquidation on or before the first day of April ensuing.

GILL AND WHITE. Bickham, March 10. 46"3

NOTICE,

ALL Accounts Jue to the undersigned

are to be p-tid to Mr. Thomas Newton, Bee Hive, Pitt-street, who is hereby autho liaed to receive the same.

ISAAC WALKER.

Sydney, February l8. 5151

"GARLAND GROVii."

ALL ACCOUNTS against this ship

are requested to be rendered in dupli- cate This Day, the 80th instant, to

5220 BUCHANAN- AND CO.

" KINNEAR."

SÏIIPPERS by the above vessel are

requested to send in Bills of Lading and pass entries immediately.

AU accounts against the above vessel are requested to be sent in duolicare to the office of the undersigned, and Passengers will please pay balance of passago money.

5177 R. TOWNS.

NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS on the estate of Joseph

Pye, Etq., late of Baulkham Hills, de- ceased, are r*. quested to be forwarded to the Executors, Mr. Andrew Na>h Woolpack Inn, Parramatta, Mr. John Williams. Baulkham Hills ; or '

NICHOLS ¿ND WILLIAMS. ;

Solicit' rs,

310, Pitt-str-'et,

Sydney. March 26. * 5200

ICAUTION. "

TUE PUBLIC nre cautioned from

purchasing any part of certain lands situate at Botany, the late residence of my husband, the same having been settled on me previous to marriagp, and as a marriage set- tlement and provision for my child or

children.

EMMA LEIGH SHAW,

Camperdown March 26*. 5145

TO BUILDERS.

PERSONS -willing to contract for the

erection of a Dwelling-house and Offices, intended to be erected in Prince   street, Sydney, may seo the design, speci- fication, &c, until the 6th of April, at the Office of the utiJemgned.

The atlverli-er will not necessarily accept

the lowest tend.-r.

JOHN STAFFORD,

Architect, ¡be,

318, Pitt-street. March 30. 6278

TO BUILDERS.

PERSONS willing to contract for the

ertction of a house and officen in Eli-

zabeth street, Sydney, for Mr. J. F. Read, may see the plans and specification at the

office of

J. F. HILLY,

Architect, ¿Vc,

655, George-sfreet. Tenders to be delivered ou or before Mon. day, April 0'th. .5195

TO BUILDERS.

PERSONS willing to contract for the

erection of a Dwelling-house aud Officer, intended to be erected in Prince-street, may Bee the design, specification, &c , on and after the 27th instant, at the office of

JOHN STAFFORD,

Architect, _c,

318, Pitt-street. March 26. 5061

TO ROADMAKERS, QUARRYMEN,

PERSONS willing to Contract for

makii.g a Road, from Blue's Point, on the North Shore, through the Township of St. Ltonard's, towards the Church, may see the plans and specifications at the office of J. F, Hilly, Architect and Civil Engineer, 555, Georga-street.

Tenders to be delivered on or before Fri- day, April the 3rd endorsed " Tenders for making a new Road, &c." 6196

r|>ENDERS will be received by the un

8- dersigned until Monday next, the 80th

instant, for '-he supply of twenty Ewes, One Ram, and twenty Wethers deliverable in Svdney on Friday, the 3rd April. Apply to

THACKER AND CO.,

?3t_Fort-street

BOARD AND LODGING.

WANTED, by» young man, either in

the vicinity of Sydney or Pyrmont. Application, (prc-paid) stating terms t0 he addressed to W., A. P., Herald Office. 5322

AGE?mEMAN of quiet habits is

desirous of meeting with a large airy room, unfurnished, in the home of a respect- able family, who woyld provide him with breakfast, and such attendance as he miga require. The situation must he not more than ten minutes' walk from Hunter-street, Letters, stating terms, &c, to be addressed t . J. C. N" Herald Office. 613 !

.¿.MOOO Required, on good City Pro <_W perty. Apply to

MR JOHN SMITH,

Soliciter. O'L'onnill-htreet. 6276

WANTED, a Piotestant Lady, as Go-

verness, in a gent'eman's family in the country. Apply to Mrs E. Aspiñall, Cumberland-place, between the hours of 11 and 2. 6279

'ANTED, in A gentleman's family,

nu activo lad to wait at table, mid make himself useful in house work. Apply tu Mr.Millír, Upholsterer, No. 2i8, dstle reaghstreet._5iI0

"ANTED, a female Cook, for \ large

bous« huid, a character n,3 to ability and industry will be required. Apply at No. 2-39, Pitt-street.

March_23._4812 WANTED, a Married Couph», to pro

ceed to the interior : the man as Cook, and the woman as general House Servant. References as to character and competency will be required.

Apply to the undersigned,

JAMES MIDDLETON,

78, Pitt-street South. March 28. 6272

EDUCATION.

A LADY is desirous of receiving two

young Lndif s to Board and Edúcalo with her own Daughters.

For address, apply to

MR. COLMAN,

Bookseller George-street. 5338

TO COUNTRY STOREXEhPERSAND

OTBERP.

WANTED, by a respectable young

man, a situation in a country storp, or stnrckei per on a ah"- p and cattle station

The advertiser is well acquainted with the erocery and drapery businc«», as well as the general routine of a merchant's office ; re- spectable reference can be given, and secu- rity if required The applicant lins been in his last situation for a period of five "years Address post paid, to X.Y.Z , care of G. Moss, Custom HoU3c agent.

1, Macquarie-place, Sydney. 6288

FEMALE SERVANT WANTED.

A NURSEMAID. Enquire of Mrs

W. E. Rogpr*, 176, Pitt-itreet, near Dr. Ross's new Congregational C'cipe!, be- tween the hours of 10 and 1 r sr. Ctioractcr and discharge from lant place indispensable.

_ «380 VV"ANTED, a siruatnn as Overseer, by

* » a man of good colonial experience ia the abovo capacity ; is competent of ma- naging either n hhpcp or cattle establishment« Can produce testioioiials of character and capabilities, as also highly respectable refe- rence if required. Any communication ad- dressed, pre-poid, to K. K., Herald Office, will be punctually attended to.

Sydney, March St). CUPf BOARD AND LODGING FOR SINGLE

GENTLEMEN,

ALSO, UNFUUNISHID APART

MEN rs to bo let. stjtuttte in the moat agreeable part of tt.o City, viz., facing ti e Hace Course, on moderate t?rms. Forcards of address apply at the Herald Office ; or at No. 7, Liverpool-street. 532«

WHARF TO LET.

ILNE'S WHARF, ««joining the

Gas Company's, wi-h n good dwolling house, stores, and everything for heaving

down a vessel of 300 tons.

Apply to

BUYERS AND LOCHHEAD,

5147 Harrington-street

ÏÏOUSE OR OFFICES TO LET,

SITUATED »t the corner of hlùnbrth

and Kin¡t street», onpoiite the Supreme C'lirt Heute-on most modernte term:. Apply lo - ' '

A. LENEHAN,

4395 Castlercitgh-airee^

TO LET.

A STORE, cip.ille of conUining 600

tons merchandise, situate in.! atniioi. laue. Rent moderate.

Apply to

JOHN STIRLING,

Grocer,

6098 659. Oeorue.street.

TO LET,

TiHOSE extensive stores, situate in

Bank-court, King-street, lately occu- pied bv Mefsrs. S. on'1 A. Bryant.

Apply at the office of

- JAMES SIMMONS,

3907 Pitt-street, opposite the Union Bank.

TO OIL AND COLORMEN, PAINTERS,

»LAZIER?, &C.

BUSINESS T REMIS ES TO LET.

FTMHE SHOP at present occupied by

IL Mr. Pille?, in Pitt-alreet, opposite the Edit.burgii Castle, and now succe'sfully car- ried on. Apply to

W. MOFFITT.

Pitt, street.

N.B. The abovo premises an also well suited for any other busine«». 6267

rjpo BE LET, nt Miler'a Point, a Ja- Stone House, enntoining four fine rooms, two attics, ond kitclipn, with lur^e yard and ga-don, lately oecupid by Captaiu Grimes. Rent moderate. Apply nt Mr. Henjunin Roden's, near Moore's Wharf.

6304

TO LET,

TWO HOUSES in Lyons's Terrace viz    

One corner of Macquarie-street, lately  

occupied by Adolphus Young, Esq

And one corner of the South Head Road,

lately occupied by C. D. Riddell, Esq.

ALSO,

One House in Brisbane-street, South Head

Road. Apply to

MR. SAMUEL LYONS.

George-street and Charlotte-place. March 27 5186 fino LET, a genteel family residence at

Pyrmont lately in the occupation of Mr. C, H. Chamhet3. The house com.ina eight rooms of a stipetinr description, with front verandah pleasantly overlooking Dar- ling Harbour, detached kitchen, sorvauU' rooms, cnoch-hjuse, and »tabling, with a never-failinp Kiipply of the beat water ; also, a wharf belonging to the premises, lending into Pj rniont Bay. The situation ii known to be particular.y healthy ; thcro i' a good carriage road from Sidney : and It takes about five minutes fo croan the water to tim Market Wharf. For further particulars apply to Mr. Uther, 27t, Pitt-strert. ôtM

TO LET,

ACOMFORTABLU RESIDENCE, a

Black 'town, containing nina rooms, with detached kitchen, Btable .-ntl couch house, a large garden well stocked wi'h fruit trees and vines, and thiity acres of land divided into four paddocks, with a nev«r-failing Mip ply of waior. It is Htuated twelve miles fi-^m Parramatta, nine from Windsor, mid Richmond, and seven fmm Penrith, and il.e rent i« very moderate. For particulars apply to George Panton, Esq., Windsor, or at the Office of John Betta, 293, Pi'.t-atreet. 6284

TO LET,

THE oH established House in Church

street, Parramatta, known as the Union Inn. now occupied by Mrs. Walsf >rd ; the House will bo put in complete repair, and nosaesston will ho given on the first Licenae Day, say the 1st July ; there is a good stable, which will contain twelve horses and granary, with u good square yard, and a well with a good suptly of water in the driest

weather.

For further particulon enquire at Mr H» Taylor's, Parramatta; Mr. litterton, George afreet, Sydney; ort»

Mr.E.DEINKWATER,

3131 Ki-ning Point.

TO LE r,

THAT new'y established Inn, known

as the D'uglna Inn, nit«it.-d between the township of Marulan and the town of Goulburn. Alfo, the Farm known as Gram- pian Hi la, fcrmerly the residence of tlu lute William Shelley. E«q. Thn above t roperties will bo let Separately if desired ; possession will be given.on the 1st July. Further par- ticulars known by applying to William Bradley, Esq.. M.C., Goulburn; or to the ti' dersigned, addressing, Tumut Plaina, tua Gundagi!.

318G GEORGE SHELLEY.

FARM TO LET,

AT JERVIS BAY.

rpHEESTATE UF SEAPARK, com

B. prising Erowal, known as Captain Lamb's Grant, with 1H0 acres at Jerro wangla and Wandawandian.

Erowal consists of 2560 acres, of which nearly 100 are under cultivation, enclosed by a four-rail fence; the remaining portion ia divided into paddocks.

On this farm there ia a substantial brick built house, containing six room«, a good dairy, barn, atables, farming implement«, and .very requinirc for a complete establish- ment. Ii i* within two miles of the Post Of] fice st the Government Township.

Near the Village of Wandawandian there are 850, and at Jerrowangla 690 acres, all of good mabie Land, and capable of producing excellent crops,

Ttio latter portion ia three miles distant from Eruwal, und is now in the occupntion cf Mr. Michael Ryan, tenant at will, at a rent of £10 per annum

Tiie whole Estate, comprising 4000 acres, will be let to a careful and permanent tenant on very moderate terms, to b« learnt on ap- plication to Smith and Campbell, Campbell s Wharf; or, to .,"","

MR. T. S. MORT,

80o» Auctioneer, Otorg«*stre»(

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