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YA8*\-C. HIGGIN.*, Saddler arid

Harness Maker, begs most resteotfully to inform the inhabitants of Yass, and its vicii'ity, that he has commenced business as saddler and harness maker, and hopes with strict attention and moderate charges to merit a share of publie patronage.

December 16. 0869

TO THE LOVERS OF CHRISTMAS

CHKKR.

TASTRY AND CONFECTIONERY.

HHHOMAS W. FOSTEtt having pur JL chased the business of Mr. Fielding, Pastry Cook and Confectioner, No. 618 George-street, opposite the Military Commis- sariat, begs to announce that he is now pre- pared to supply every article in the line of the very bc«t quality, and having been regularly brought up to 'the trade, and in constant em- ployment in the first houses in Sydney, foi the last eight years, is confident that he pos sesses advantages not surpassed by sny esta- blishment in the colony. It being his inten- tion of employing none but wotkmen of the first ability and under his own immediate su- perintendence, the public mar rely upon always having their orders executed to their satisfaction. Nit professing to manufacture ehcap and inferior goods, his prices will be found quite as low as can be afforded for first rate articles. A larfce stock always on hand, comprising, rich Bride and Christening Cakes, jams, jellie«, bottled fiuits, candied peels, lozenges, comfits, lemon syrup, &<-., &c.

Wholesale orders promptly executed.

Having this day disposed of my shop and business as a Pastry Cook and Confectioner, to Mr. Thomas W. Foster, I beg leave to recom- mend him lo my friends and connexion, being assured from bis long experience in the trade, that he will give them every satisfaction

J. FIELDING. No. »l8 George-street,

December l8. 9923

J FIELDING, Confectioner, late of

. George-street, begs to inform those parties who have ttken snares in his Twelfth Cake Lottery, that in consequence of his re- tiring from business, the same have been trans ferred to Mr. Thos. Goudie, of No. 284, Pitt street, opposite the Theatre, where those who have paid for their shares may either have them transferred to his list, or the money refunded ; and those who have not, and are desirous of securing «hares, are requested to call as early as possible. 0958

RKADY-MADE CLOTHING. ~ H JUAYES AND CO. have always

. on han-\ the larges: supply in the co- lony, of the bett quality, cut, and workman- ship, and all colonial made.

Gentlemen fiom the country may therefore, by giving them a call, in a few minutes equip themselves with a suit equal in every respect to any made to order. The mechanic will also find it to his advantage to inspect the stock of H. H and Co., who would have it distinctly understood that they pay the strictest attention to the strength and durability of mechanics' clothing, which they supply at the very lowest price. In fact, or' all classes who have not yet favoured them, H. H. and Co. ask one trial, feeling assured that alter such dial, they w 11 join with those who hive patr nixed them for the last ten years, and proclaim their house as the first clothing establishment in the A us tra linn Colonies, whether us regards cn', quality, teorkmatuhip, punctu lily ot price.

Mourning prepared in a few hours' notice.

Youths' clothing-a select stock on hand ready made.

HENRY HAYES AND CO.

Naval and Military Tailors,

9921 416, George-street.

NOTICE

TO ALL THE INHABITANTS

or THE

AUSTRALASIAN COLONIES.

CHRISTOPHER NEWTON AND

BROTHER beg to remind the inhabi- tant« of these colonies that every article in drapery, silks, hosiery, haberdashery, woollens, slops, &c" can be obtained as oheap as usual at

the

BEE HIVE.

The smallness of the profit upon goods sold at this establishment render it requisite that the advertisements should be short, as they do not admit of long and useless lists of goods,

RECOLLECT

THE OLD TERMS,

CASH AND NO ABATEMENT. 0840

AFOSS has received a supply of

. Hockin's Preparation of SE1DLITZ in one bottle, tasteless, and keeps in all places. It is a valuable aperient and febrifuge, and does not, like the ordinary Seidlitz, become damp.

Hockin's patent CARRARA Powder in- stantly forms the Carrara Water at a trivial cost,; it is an agreeable and wholesome beverage.

Hockin's CALCINED MAGNESIA is per- fectly pure. GREGORY'S Powder, made with it, surpasses'others.

Hockin's Essence SARSAPARILLA con- tains the properties of the Jamaica root, in a

oonccntrated form.

Hockin's Essence of COFFEE is oovenient to the bachelor and traveller.

Hockii.'a INEXHAUSriBLE Smellings, in cut bottles. PRESTON SALTS, snd AROMATIC VINEGAR.

Hockin's BRANDY Bitter», whets the appe- tite and strengthens the stomach.

Hockin's MARKING INK, needs no prepa- ration, and cannot be removed from linen

Hockin'a DIAMOND CEMENT, SALT OF LEMON, and PLATE POWDER, of best quality.

Hyckin's CAMPHOR RUBY, ROSE, and QUININE Tooth Powders.

Hockin's LAVENDER Water, BEARS' G »EASE, COMBS, BRUSHES, and other Perfumer/.

Carson'» MEAT PRESERVERS.-With this Instrument a joint can be salted in all climates in ten minutes, and with Hockin's Essences, SMOKE MINT, THYME, SAGE. PARSLEY, CELbRY, &c , the ttuvour can be given.

WIioImiIi" "nd Retail Chemist and Drup^t-t,

¿371' . 3i3, Pitt street N-nh.

BDWARDS'S COFFEK-HOUSB,

KING-STREET,

Opposite Stubbs'« Auction Mart.

J ED WARDS bega to reiurn thanks

. to the publio for the liberal patronage he baa received since his opening the above establishment, and hopes by strict attention, with cleanliness and civility combined, to , merit a continuation of the same. <

I P. S-Tea, eoffee, soups, fish, flesh, and

fowl, ready at all hours, night and day. Fresh oysters every day. Good beds. 0886

FOR SALE, a', the Cooperage of the

undersigned, on-) hundred tuns of Crown Dantzio Oil Butts, in lots to suit purchasers, and remarkably cheap.

L. MILWARD.

Opposite the Old Treasury,

9806 George-street.

LACK O I L for s*le by

8. WILKINSON, Jun.

9885 Macqusrie-place. NOTICE TO STABLE KEEPERS AND

OTHERS,

DKaMROUS or PRESERVING the health

Or THEIR IIOMKB.

FOR SALE -PATENT VENTI-

LATORS.

The above are superior to any yet invented, having the twofold property of allowing- the foul air to escape, and at the »ame time keep- ing a constant cunent of fresh air throughout the building.

LANE AND CO.,

9917 No. 648, Lower George-street. ON SALS AT THE WATERLOO

WAREHOUSE.

.)AA DOZEN PORT WINE, In

mi\9\J. 3 dozen cases

¿0 Hogsheads Taylor's Stout 26 Hogsheads Geneva, pale'

20 Hogsheads Brandy, Martell's

¿0 Dozen BY silkies

ALSO, Ustión and grocer's sugar Coffee, cocoa, tapioca

Hysonskin tea. tobacco*

Liverpool, dairy, rock, and St« Ube's salt Spanish olives, soap

Sheep-sheati, woolpacks Sacks, canvas bags

Tarpaulins, woolbagging

White moleskin trousers, Flushing slops

striped, regatta, serge, and baize shitts . Sleeved and other vests, grey calico 26 (o 40

inch

Sheeting and shitting calicoes Union and cotton check

Blankets, ruga, moleskin*

Tartagona wine in pipes and hogsheads

Jape wine (superior) in pipes and hogsheads

Rum in and out of bond

7724 COOPER AND HOLT.

PRINTING INK, in ke^s of 3 dozen

and 6 dozen each, and in barrels of 12 doz^-ri. This ink is Smith's, and Sh&rkell and Lyons' manufacture. Apply at the Office of this Paper.

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

ON HAND, AND FOR SALE BY

THE TJNDER8IGNED Copper boiler bottom*

Copper sheathing plates Copper sheathing nails Copper, bolt, assorted

Paint«, red and green, mixed

,, dry chrome, terra de Sienna

" Turkey, umber, and Prussian blue " rose pink, imperial drop black " celestial blue, Indian red

" Oxford ochre and li runs wick green Corrosive sublimate, washing soda Soda ash, candlestick, cement

Sail and packing needles« dray covers Lath and hurdle nails, horseshoes

Shoemaker's sprigs and bills I Best common hemp, ring weights

Butt binge», blacksmith's bellows j Brass ball cocks, Geneva, in four-gallon cases

Ghusware assorted, ground lamp shades and

chimnrys, Liverpool salt

Grocers' and wiapping paper, isinglass

Lavender water, auatto White Windnor soap

Saddles and bridles, assorted Crown glass, assorted Tobacco pipes

Coarse grain blasting powder ,

Whale-Tines, Hambro'-line, marline Seaming twine, woolpacks Three-bushel bag»

Manila rope and bale lashing > Cloves, coffee, and cigar»

J»va, Pam panga, ana Teal sugar» Cigars, Nos. 3, 4,5

Cockburn and Co.'» pqit and sherry wine, in 3

dosen cases

Champagne and claret, first quality. * 9911 ROWAND, MACNAB, AND CO.

WOOL LASHING. '

lOO C0ILS W00L CASHING, I \J\ß at low prices.

Also, Manila and India rope.

E. S HILL, ,

9927 480, George-street. - WINKS.

SUPERIOR PORT, in . wood and

bottle'

Ditto sherry, ditto ditto,,

P.ile dinner sherry, 18s. per dozsn

Marsala, in hogsheads, quarter«, and octsves

Mideira, in octavea

Lisbo.a, dry and mellow

Champagne, pale, in one dozen eases.

E. S HILL.

9928 480, (¡eorge atteet

SPIRITS. í"^

BRANDY, Martell's, first quality,

in one dosen packages and hogsheads Rum, Bli ish, full flavour

Geneva, in case» of four gallons, and in hogs-

heads, pale

Whisky, in ona dozen r ackages

Altona, in ease» of one and three dozen

In or out of bond.

E. S. HILL,

98 0_480, Qcorge»trcet. COl-NTRY Storekeepers and S Mer»

can be supplied by the undersigned with every description of goods, warranted tb»

cheapest in the colony, and of the best destrip

tion.

E S. «ILL.

Two doon from the Bank of New South Wale*.

9900

EXCHANGE.-The undesigned will

take all kinds of colonial produce in ex- change for goods, at market prices.

E. 8. HILL,

990! . 480, George-street. FLOUR. - F'rst end Secocds Flour

supplied to any extent, at the Mill Price,

for cash.

Also,

Cabin ' and Ship Biscuit, Oatmeal, Corn-meal.

Bran, Pollard, C >rn, &o., at the lowest mar- ket ptiees.

A. J. AND H. HOCKINGS,

9916 610, George-street.

UGUSTUS DREUTLER has on

sale, at his Residence, 629, Lower George-street",

Ex Sr. George and Louisa,

A variety of choice Foreign Wines, and old pale Cognac, selected by himself during his recent visit in Europe.

The greater part of A. D's large assortment of Frenob, German, and British soft goods, are landed ; and will, in a few days, be ready for inspection. 9906

y HE " RETREAT" Jamaica »um,

4 at 21s. per dozen ,

Martell's Brandy, 30s. per dozen, first quality

and full strength « - >

Old Malt Whisky, 34b. per dozen, ditto ditto

Gcrifvn, Port, Sherry, and E. I. Madeira, on I diauglit

1 At WEDDERBURNE, ?.. 1 ^'.. . ' . - King-ptTc*. Pecimber t£. OösO

\ -

*|1Ô ANCHORSMITH^.-Otï «ale fit JL the stores of the undersigned,-large

sized round and square scrap iron, '' at reason- able prices," well adapted tor making anchors,

THOMAS WOOLLEY.

Iron Yard, king-street. 9907*

WINES AND SPIRITS.

LLË a

m?*V

|~|N SALE at the Windsor Store

ÔÏÏT / ,,w08."on,

Port wine, in bottle Ditto in draught Sherry, in bottle Ditto, in draught

Pale sherry, very cheap, in draught

Cape and other cheap wine, to be sold at prices

to suit the times.

R. HASSALL AND CO , Where all kinds of produce will be taken in

exchange, or the highest cash prices given.

9897

WINES, ALE, &c

TBIS WECK ONLY.

A FEW dozen superior old tawney

port, the property of a gentleman leaving for Calcutta, 20s. per single dozen

A few dozen rirfh full flavoured port, 17s. ditto Two quarter-cask« of sherry, imported by a

gentleman for his own use, 5s. 6d. per gallon.

W. G. MOORE.

Labour Basaar,

9941 Pitt-street.

MARTELL'S BRANDY.

West India Rum, Case Geneva Whisky, Cherry Brandy, P.irt, Sherry, Mar- sala, Cape Wine, Liverpool Salt, Matzetti's. Dtinbar's, and Brass's Stout, Old Tom, Case Brandy, Champagne, Liqueurs of all sorts,

&c-, &o.

To be had at market price.

HENRY FISHER, , City Depot,

Corner of George and King streets. December 20. 9849

UKO BO HEAD ANO CAVENDISH TOBACCO,

FOftBIGN KUM, &C, FOR THE ISLAND

TRADE.

SHIPMASTERS supplied on moderate

terms by

E. H. POLLARD. Bonded Stores, Queen's-place,

November 17. 7929

WINES.-The following first class

Wines, just landed :

CaTcílello lHogshe.dsandqu.rter

Dry and sweet Lisbon j cam

Marsala, quarters and octaves

Sherries, io butta, hogr heads, and quarters

Campbelltown whisk «y, 7 O.P. ; brand, John-

son and Son

Champagne, in one dozen cases Ditto, in two ditto, pints

And about 800 gallons of colonial hock, vin-

tage, 1845, at 3s. 6d. per gallon.

E. H. POLLARD,

Bonded Stores,

Queen's-place. November 17. 7930

CHRISTMAS CHEER.- HENRY

FISHER, of the City Dep<k, in return- ing thanks to his numerous friends and cus- tom tra for their liberal patronage for the period of thirteen years he has been in business in this city, begs to remind them that he has the best selection of every luxury and delicacy, com- bined with every necessary for the comfort of a family during this social season, that can be found in any wine merchant's store in the city, beside« a most extensive stock of country supplies, and respectfully invites orders.

HENRY FISHER,

City Depot,

Corner of King and George streets. December l8. 9762

SWEET WINES FOR CHRISTMAS. . - -Still left, a few dozen of Raspberry and Elderberry Wine, suitable for Christmas parties.

Raspberry.15s. per dozen Elderberry ...... 12s. per dozen

HENRY FERRIS,

Stores, Pitt-street, near the Theatre. December 21, 9878 TO GROCERS. - NUTMEGS.-A

small lot of delicious nutmegs' on hand, in handy packages of about 60 lbi». each, to suit purchaser». Apply to

HENRY FISHER,

City Depô\

Corner King and George streets, December l8, 9751

LIVERPOOL SALT, £3 3s. per ton,

in any quantities, at the stores of

SAMUEL HEBBLEWHITE.

9679 Four doors south Post Office.

AMERICAN SPERM CANDLES,

for sale by

S. WILKINSON, Jun.,

9726 Macquarie-place.

N01IC& " riMIE price of Coals at the Australian M. Agricultural Company's S tait h at New« castle ia seven shillings per ton.

For Screenings, five shillings.

PHILLIP P- KING,

Comimskiiiner A. A Company* Pult Stephens, Jntiuarv I. 1674 NEW FRUIT (VERSUS) OLD FRUIT,

FOR CHRIS1M4S PUDDING!, &C.

JUST RliCirlVEO, in first rate condi-

tion, and on sale at the Stoies of the undersigned.

Fatras currants in caroteels

Sultana raisins in small drums

Eleme ditto in barrels and boxes

Citron, orange, lemon peel, and spices Turkey figs in half drums

Fresch plums in cartoons (fancy boxes))very

suitable for Christmas presents.

Also.

A lot of prime York hams

'J'. TAYLOR,

Australian Grocery, Italian, and Provision Warehouse, 91, King-street, corner of Bank

Court. 9546

NEW FRUITS, »a,

JUST LANDED, IN OR*AT VARIKIY.

PATRAS CURRANTS, in caroteels

and barrels

Eleme raisins, 66 lb. boxes

Musc ¿tel raisins, 5 and } boxes

Sultana raisins in tin drums

French plums in tins hermetically sealed Turkey figs in half drums

Bottled fruits, splendid assortment Jams and jellies in great variety

Candied citron, orange, and lemon peel,

(English)

ALSO,

Jordan, Valencia, and soft shell almonds

Barcelona nuts

Spermacetti candles, (English)

Basket salt

Carraway seeds

Macearon! and vermicelli

Chocolate in squares and pots Yarmouth bloaters in tins -

Anchovies, large and small bottles Herring and anchovy paste

Jamaica ginger \ Vinegar, (Ciaminon's No. 24) r £ Pickles, mustard, olives, capers, &c.

P. J. CREAGH, ' ,?"*.

291, Pitt-street, between the Theatre and

King-street.

December 13. ' 9444

SALT AT £2 PER TON.-Salt can

be had in any quantity at the Salt Stores, Clarence-street, or st Mr. Champion's, on the Parramatta Road, at £2 per ton,

Bags will be supplied at cost price. 9882 BUTTER, BACON, and HAMS.

On sale, a few kegs prime butter, of dif- ferent sires, suitable for shopkeepers?

HEN HY FERRIS,

Pit»-stre.-t. near the Theatre. N.B,-Aleo, Bncon opd 1 Innis. -

December 21, . 9877

rÍÓ THE SHIPMASTERS IN THE

PORT OF 8YDNKY.

Preservad Meat Manufactory.

Charlotte-place,

i* Sydney, December, 1847. GENTLEMEN,-I have been engaged

in the manufhcture of Preserved Meats for the last l8 months, during which peiiod I have tested the various anteo» bithruo adopted in Great Britain and France, and lorn happy to »ay, that with the aid of ehesicol knowledge, and at considerable expense, I have succeeded in bringing this branoh of my businesa to the greatest perfection.

As none but the prim est joint» and meat are used in my manufactory, the keeping qualities guaranteed, and the price exceedingly mode- rate, I trust to be favoured with your pa-

tronage.

I am, Gentlemen,

Your obedient servant,

8. ELLIOTT.

P. S. Sample» opened if required. »884 RATION AND GROCERS' SUGAR,

ex Iris, from Manila, of very superior quality, for sale by the undersigned, at the lowest market price, and in quantities to suit

purchasers.

9490 ROWAND, M'NAB, AND CO. PIANOFORTE FOR SALE.-To be

.old, a very superior full grand Piano- forte, by Zeitter and Co. Enquire at Mr. W. A. Caiman'», 485, George-street, where the instrument may be seen. 9770 NORTH SHORE.-To be disposed of

by private »nie, " Upton" Cottage, with Thirteen Acre» of Ground, the late r«»idence .of

William Miller, Etq , Deputy Commissary General, and at present occupied by Simon Wilkinson. Esq. The garden contain! tome of the finest fruit trees in the colony, with well» of never-failing water. The view i» not to be surpassed, and the locality is too well known to require further description in an advertise- ment. For particular» apply to Assistant Com- missary General Walker 0671

R. WELLS, Compiler of the Geo-

graphical" Dictionary, and Universal Colonial Gazetteer of the Australian Colonies, begs to inform hiB numerous subscribers, that having brought his work to a close, it will be positively read» for delivery on Saturday, the 1st of January, 1848.

W. AND F. FORD,

Publishers,

9891 664, George-street, Sydney.

rpt-NDEBS WANTED. - Persona M wiahing to tender for the supply of arti- cles of fond, clothing, &o , required for the Sydney Infirmary, during the year 1848, (ac- cording to a list containing the probable quan- tities, to be seen with Mr. H. Houston, Hou e Surgeon, or with Mrs. Baxter, Matron,) are requested to forward the same, to the under- signed, endorsed " Tenders,'' on or before Monday, the 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, A M.

The articles required are bread, meat, tea, sugar, flour, salt, rice, eggs, milk, oatmeal, arrowroot, soap, soda, -candles, sago, coals, sheeting, blankets, calico, osnaburgh», male and female clothing, tinware, hardware, &e.

JOHN MGARVIE,

9436 Secretary.

4*¿}fl¿\ - WANTED, the above

d&mi\J\J» «um, on a lien of Wool, of the clip of 1848. For particulars apply to

SAUNDERS AND BUBB.

Agents. 320, Pitt-street, December 20. 9387

WANTED, a Cottage, with six rooms,

detached kitchen and garden One at Woolloomooloo or Surrv HilU would be pre- ferred, for which a liberal rent will be given. Application to be made to Chablis Appleton and Co., Pitt-street. 9099

ANTED, a quiet well-bred hackeey,

one that bus been accustomed to carry a lady will be preferred. Apply at Arm- strong's Veterinary Repository, Hunter-street

December 21. 9942

WANTED, a quiet Town Cob, fro u

14 to 141 hand». Applv to

J. T. ARMITAGE AND CO.

King-street, December 20. 9926 ODD FELLOWS' MEDICAL INVTI

TUTE-Required for the above Insti- tute, a Physician, in the Room of Dr. F. Campbell, who has resigned. Application to be made to Mr. Wbbh. at Mr. Gray'», corner of Bathurst and Siissex streets, this evening. (21st instant}, between the hour» of 6 and 8

o'clock.

December 21. 9879

O DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. ~ Wanted, two or three efficient bands. Apply by letter, post paid, to B. B. B., Hidala Office. 9919

IRONMONGER'S ASSISTANT. -

Wanted, a steady efficient salesman. Ap- plications by letter, postpaid, may be ad- dressed to Messrs. Thomas Smith and Son», corner of Jamison street. 9779

w

ANTED, a COOPER and CAR

PEN rER for the Terror whaler. 9<)12

WANTED, a Cook, and an active

young man as Porter and General Servant. Apply to A. Fu.*, 313, Pitt-street

North.

December 20. 9914 WANTED, a Cook, one who tho-

roughly understands his business, and is willing to make himself generally useful.

Apply to

W. THURLOW,

9931 Pitt-street.

WANTED, in a small family, a

respectable female servant. Apply to Mas. Caldwell, 200, Pitt-street, opposite the School of Arts. 9939

WANTED, a man and wife, the

former as gardener and house servant, the latter as cook and laundress. Apply to Mr. A. B. Smith, Sussex-street. 9919

LIGHT PORTER WANTED, at Thom\s Perkins and Co.'s, 467, George street. 9960

WANTED, an industrious man, of

1 good character, as groom. Apply to W. S Macleay, Etq., Elizabeth Bay, Syd-

ney.

December 20. 9873

SPAYING.-The unders'gued beg» to

inform large stockholders and others, that after the 1st February next, he will be at liberty to commence Spaying, on tbe lowest terms, for anv who may favour him with em- ployment. He can produce the highest testi- monials as to capability and despatch.

Any commands (if by letter post-paid), directed to him to Camden Post Office, will be punctually attended to.

JOSEPH HAYES.

Camden, December 16. 9612 1^0 STOCKHOLDERS.-Wanted, a

situation as Superintendent of a grazing establishment, by a gentleman of nine year»' colonial experience in the management of sheep and cattle, and who is thoroughly competent to take charge of a large establishment. The ad« vertUer can give the highest reference a» to competency and respectability. Direc, if by letter, post-paid, to Mr. John Stewart, Veto rinaty Surgeon, York-street. 9876 11HREE POUNDS REWARD.-Lost

or Strayed, about three month» ago, from Burrowa, near Yass, a bay mare, branded RL on near shoulder, with one white hind foot, about fourteen hand«, rather thick in the jaw, witb «, short tail, and »ear on neck, heavy in for /, if not already foaled. >

Aise-A bay Filly, about twelve»' months old, brnnded Sw on near shoulder. Any party oringing ¿be abovö to Mr. Stemu!« 'Williams,

Biirriiwa, will receive «he above reward; and '

if «tol'en, f.'i trill .Oo given on conviotion of the ! party, \ 0OÔ6

ÄGOODl.ftU dreá», weil instructed W

geitlm» up lidies' wear'and small i plait .' sog. and scouring «ciitlemen's tluthet, o . rea sonab'e terms. For address apply at the Herald Office . ' f876

THIRTYslliLLiNGTREWARD.

Lost, on or about the 6th of November, 1847, a Black Horse, long tail, star in fore- head, branded W on near shoulder, four years old, lost within three miles of Goulburn, from a place called the Runni: g Water. The same hon,e was bred on the station of -. Cordeaux,

Esq., near Berrima. The above reward will be paid by the undersigned to any person re» storing him, or giving the required informa- tion where he is to be found. *

JOHN GALVIN, at Yass. December 7. 9686

STOLEN, from Mr. »lpv> 11 s Paddock,

Goulburn, a dark bay Horse, two hind fetlocks white, long rat tail branded on tie near ribs 6 rather blotched. The owner thinks

H _

there is a very small white star on fote'ieod, stands about fifteen hands high, end has a small bit of whito on fore off heel, hie head ia rather coarse and the mane thin, supposed to have been taken away with other hottes which were recently taken to Maitland. I hereby offer a reward of one pound on recovery of the

animal.

J AMES THOMPSON.

Goulburn, December 15. 9674 '' STOLEN OR STRAYED, from Gun-

dagai :-One black Horse, branded tp

the near shoulder EL, four yes» old. ¥ i

One bright bay Entire Horsr, bald fsee,with> ' four white feet, branded on the ntsr shoulder

X

IF, rising four yesrs old.

One roan grey Entire Horse, four yean old, a small star in foret) pad, a little white on 'the

X

fore foot, branded IF on the shoulder.

Any person that will bring the same Hones to Mr. Simpson, Rose Inn, Gundagai, shall receive a reward of Five Pounds, or to Ge>rge Fieldhouse,. Natrellan, Co»pasture; if stolen, any person giving information of the far.y or patties shall receive a reward of

en Pounds.

9880 GEORGE FIELDHOUSE.

STRAYED, from Cook's Rirer,a black

Cart Horse, brsnded P on the near shoulder. Also- S Bay Cart Horse, stände about 16 hands high, white hind foot, bread on near side illegible. Whoever finds the said horses, and delivers them to Thomas Curtis, Cook's River Dam, will receive one pound reward.

9833 THOMAS CURTIS.

TO BE LET, three spacious rooms

on tbe first floor of a house in Mac donald's-buildings, George ttreet, which have

been occupied for a considerable time m an- . attorney's office. Apply at No. 408, George street. 717

.JTO BE LET, with immediate entry,

* the house No. 321, Castlereagh-street North, containing five rooms, with a kitchen, cellar, and out house, ta which the water ii to be laid on in a few dayr ;

Apply at the office of Mr. Morehead, >n O'Cunnell-street, from ten to tour. 9697

TO be LET, from the 1st January

next, the House and Premises No. 203, Elizabeth-street Nor;h, presently in the occu- pation of Messrs, Stenhouse and Hardy. There are six rooms in the front part of the build- ing, one office-room, and a kitchen, with ser- vants' room over it. in the rear. Apply to Mr. Youno, in O'connell street. 9147

rU~0 LET, the Dwelling-house, Soap I. Factory, and Wharf, lately occupied by

Mr. F. M. Stokes, situated in Dickson-street, Sydney. For particulars apply to Mr. Chablbs Newnham. Woodstock, Illawarra; or to Mr. Geobos Kimo, No. S97, Pitt-street. 9748

T^O LET, a Cottage on the Noith

Shore, pleasantly situated, containing four rooms, with detached kitchen. Apply to Mr. Edwaed Saumon, 446, George stree*.

9925

npO BE LET OR SOLD,all those Pre

-. mises known as Macquarie-street Chapel, ' adjoining the property of J. Qibb, Esq. Posses« sion can be given on the 15th January, 1848. Apply to John Purchase, Parramatta. '5318

I^O LET, that excellent and commo-

dious Dwelling House in Cumberland« place, Sydney, the property of the late Thomas Jeffrey, Esq. This house is in every vespect suitable for a large and respectable family, having every convenience attached thereto. Possession can be had immediately.

The House and Grounds of WOODLANDS, situated on the North Shore, the résidence of the late Mr. Jeffrey.

This house is pleasantly situated, and com-,, manda a beautiful view of the Harbour. ' There is attached to the house a well of excel-

lent water, which hu never failed during the

driest season.

Woodlands may be seen every lawful day, between the. hours of 10 a.m and 3 p.m., and further particulars may be obtained upon

application to

JOHN DUNSMURE.

9246 Solicitoi, Bligh-street. WATERSIDE RESIDENCE TO

LET.-A genteel. verandah Cottage, in a respectable neighbourhood in Neutral Buy, a few minutes' walk from the Ferry, op- posite Dawes Point, containing large sitting room, two bed rooms, hall, kitchen, servants' bed-room, ko. ; also threequarteis of an acre of ground with fruit trees, fenced-in vine, nell of water, Sec. Rent very modérate. Apply to N. Bbay, Cornish Arms, late Blue Posts, Lower George-street.

December 10. 9296 WO LET, a neat detached Verandah -. Cottage, situated opposite the Peter- sham Race Course, and within one hundred and fifty yards of the Parramatta Road, con- tains six roomB with pasasge thiough, newly painted inside and out, stands on an acre of ground, a large kitchen ^Mden jj, the rear, and flower garden in front, a large yard, eo ich house, and stable, with a well of excellent water, &c , &;. Rent to a respectable perma- nent tenant exceedingly moderate. For further particulars and to view apply to Mr. Peibr Kowen,, Castlereagh-street South, below Goulburn street. 9¿95

Î"0 LET, that commodious f<tmily

residence, with grounds attached, railed Grantham House, Liverpool ; well adapted for a school. Apply (if by letter, poji-paid) to Mr. Geoboe Gkakam, King Geo-ge Inn, Liver- pool. 7430

rpo BE SOLD, a House situate on ,

m. Campbell's Hill, West Maitland, formerly , known as the Thistle Inn, containing nina rooms and cellar, detached ki'chen, four stalled stable, hay loft, barn, piggery, &c, now occu fried by Mr. J. Anderson ; for further partitu

srs apply to

WILLIAM WALKER,

9001 588, George-street, Sydney

MOUNT VERNON ESTATE, ,

TO BE LET,

at prísent in the occupation or

Charlfs Roburts, E<q,

ALL that p'ece or parcel of Land, con- _

taining nine hundred find fifty acres, or theieabouts, well known as the

MOUNT VE KNOX ESTATE,

Situate in the parish of Melville, county of Cumberland, in the colony of New South Wales ; bounded on the north by Johnstone's, Lockwood Farm ; on the east by Abbott's and Wylde'« grants ; on the south by lsnd of Henry Brooks ; and on the west by Nichols«

Bsyiis's grant.

Possession can be had on the 1st of January -

now next ensuing. - '"''''*]'

For pnnii ulura opp'y to * 'iW«-'r*'»*?^

MK. R. M. PICK, " tif«S-»fe 9910 2(¡3, Pitt-street.

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