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ST. PHILIP'S NEW CHURCH.

HPHIS Evening, Tuesday, 24th Instant, Bl at seven o'clock, in the Infant School Room, Harrington street, a Meeting of the parishioners, and other members of the Church of England, will be held to take into consideration the expediency of adopting measures for the erection of a new churchill thiaPrtriih The Loid Bishop ol'the diocese has expressed his readiness to preside on the

789il° ' WILLIAM COWPER,D.D.

ANTI-ASTROLOGICAL LECTURE 4 LECTURE having been deliveied at

the School of Arts, on Tuesday evening last, by Mr. Moreau, in favour of Astrology ; the Rev. J. Saunders purposes to answer Mr. Moreau's propositions by a Lecture, at the same place, on the evening of Tim Day, the 24th instant, at half-past Seven o'clock pre-

cisely,

Tickets one shilling each, may be had at the School of Arts, Mr. Grocott's, Mr. Colman's, Mr. Ellard's, and Mr. Ford's, George-street.

Tbo proceeds, after paying expenses, will be applied to some benevolent object. 8171

ADVANCES ON. WOOL.

THE Undersigned will make cash ad-

vance-» on Wool, upon its arrival athis Stores, intended for Rale either by auction, or Private coutract, and will, if required, store it for ninety days previous to sale BENI PBEB.

Commission for effecting sale only ONE

PER CENT.

SAMUEL LYONS

Auctioneer,

George-street and Charlotte-place. August 4. 19ÎC

TO WOOLCJROWERS.

THE undersigned are purchasers of

Wool this season ; they will also make advances on all kinds of colonial produce to bo consigned to their correspondents in London, Messrs. D- Dunbar and Sons.

SMITH AND CAMPBELL,

Campbell's Wharf.

Sydney, November 20._8299

WOOL AND SHEKPSKIN8.

THE Undersigned are cash purchasers

of washed and unwashed woola and sheepskin s.

45« J. T. ARMITAGE AND CO.

WOOL AND SHEEPSKINS

rITHE Undersigned are cash buyers of.

JB. Wool and Sheepskins, either washed

or in the grease.

SWAIN, WEBBS, AND CO.,

Harrington-street,

4102 Church Hill

MESSRS. CAMPBELL AND CO.,

are prepared to purchase or make ad- vances upon wool ar.il other colonial produce consigned through th m to their friend», Messrs. Cockerell and Co., of London.

Campbell's Wharf,

November 11. 7546

'"{¡pHE undersigned will make liberal ad

-S vanees on wool, tallow, &c., consigned

to him for salo in Sydney ; no charge made |

for store room,

WILLIAM HINDSON,

2, Macquarit-place. October 19. 6220

npHE undersigned will purchase for

?L cash, or will make liberal advances on wools of the present clip, if consigned to their correspondents in London, M'ssrp. Magniac,

Jardine, and Co.

THACKER AND CO.,

7907 Fort-street.

THE undersigned are cash purchasers

of wool, and other colonial produce ; or will make advances on the same, if con- signed to Messrs. D. Cooper and Co-, London.

COOPER AND HOLT

90 Waterloo Warehouse.

COALS.

THE highest price will be given for

forty to fifty tons of coals for immediate shipment. Apply to

JOHN MACNAMARA,

Queen-street.

November 2*. 8S14

REMOUNT HORSES.

REQUIRED for the Service of the

Mounted Police, about eighteen re- mount horses. They must be well bred, broken in to saddle, about fifteen hands high, and from four to five years of age.

Horses seen from half-past 9 to half-past li o'clock. 7755

CASH.

npHE highest price given for second A hand wearing apparel, books, linen, writing desks, dressing cases, and miscellane-

ous property, by

R. M. LINDSAY,

Vine Cottage,

Kent-street North

N.B.--A note addressed to R. M. L. parties attended at thoirown residences»

November ti. 8292

Ex AVOCA, ¿Vc. j

FOR BALE BY TUB UNDERSIGNED,

¿tf) OOO SLA1ES' «.<««*

100 Barrels Roman cement 10,000 lbs. candlewick

2000 cwt. soda ash

1000 cwt. washing soda 2000 Deals, assoi ted 1000 Battens, "

SOO Packages glassware

100 " earthenware

Axes, broad and Kent, assorted Augnrs, American and bright Awl blades and hafts

Back banjo, twisted 1 Ball cocks, J inch

Bellows, bastard, assorted ' Ditto, blacksmiths', 42 inch

Boot web

BRASS Cock«, (taps) Ditto cot swings

Ditto sheet and tube, assorted

Ditto wire

Braziers' copper, assorted

Braziers' solder and cake speltre Canes, Manila, loose

Candle,ticke, brass pillar, assorted Ditto, springs, ,,

Camp ovens, with feet and covers, assorted

Cart boxes

Cast iron weights, assorted, in sets and

ringed

Children's marbles

,, school slates and pencils " toys, assurted COPPER bo 1er botto.us

Copper cress for water balls > . Copper pump ticks

Copper sheathing nails

Copper wire, for bell wire Copper wire tor bottling

Dray covers (tarred) assorted size*.

DRUGS

" Beaufoy's chloride of lime " Blue stone

" Corrosive sublimato ,, Epsom salts

,, Flour of sulphur ,, Refined borax ,, Sal ammoniac " Tartaric acid

" Venice turpentine, and sundry

others

Far markers for sheep and cattle lîmerv, »s orlcd Kngraviiig metal

Fenders-brass, sizes

" bronzed ,, » cast ,, " green " FILES-bastard

,, handsaw

,, horse rasps ,1 pit saw

,, shoe rasps

" squire, mill Fireirons

Flour sieves ,

Frying pans, long and sbert handles Gimlets, box and beech, assorted

GLASSWARE-bird fountains and boxes

,, chimneys ilanched " ,, French

" ,. solar lamp

1, " straight ga«

" cruels, three and six holes

" decanters, pints and quarts ,, hemisphere shades i, ink linings

,, square fountain inks ,, liqueur glasses

,, tumblers and wines, a large

assortment

Gridirons, sizes

Gun flints, assorted Hoes, West India Horseshoes, light

Hollowjrc, oval pots and coven

" Kettles

" Saucepans and covers Heel balls, '. Ullathorne's" Hinges, brass butts

1, Cast iron "

" Parliament wrought " Scotch T

IRON-Bedsteads

,, Hoops, assotted " Mail rod, " ,, Sheet, " " Swedish ,, Japinned trays

Kettles, ears tinned

KNIVES-Butchers', sizes

" Curriers', "

" Shoemakers' ,. , , LOCKS-Brass till, assotted

,, _ " Drawer, " " Zinc plate, " " Padlock, " " Rim, ,, " Slock, "

MACCAKONI.

MANILA ROPE, assorted large size« Mills, Coffee " "

" wheat " " NAILS, composition slate

" Badger's batten, assorted " " floor brads ,,

,, " fine cut brads, assorted

,, " * " wrought bra ds, assorted j " " BB horse, assorted " " Hurdle " " " lath " H 11 paling 1, .. » »?af«ra " " " shingle "

AU in 112 lb. iron kegs

OIL BUTTS, GORDON'S, or for water

casks

Paints and dry colours assorted Paper, double small hand

" hangings, bed and drawing room Pianoforte, London mad«

Pincers, carpenters and shoemakers'

SADDLERY,

" Saddle-trees, common and spring bar ,1 Snaffles, assorted " Spring bars

,, Spins, gent's box

,, short shank, common ,, steel

,, Stirrup irons

,, Sunk bar buckles

" In cases, consisting of ladies' saddles,

Somerset, gent's hunting, gent's hogskm sea s, and bush saddles, round and nat reins, martingales, stirrup leathers, girths, &c, Sad irons, assorted, large

Sail and packing needles, assorted

1, thimbles, brass " Screws, brass ,,

,, wood, assorted

SHOE bills, cast headed, assorted

" ., cut, "

,. hairs, n - , " spiiggs, " " thread, " " tip«, "

SHEET LEAD ., - - Shot 1» Shovels, long strap 1»

Soap, best white, in half cwt, boxea" Solar lamp cottons '

Spades, long and side strapped, assorted

Spoons, B. M., tea s *

" tinned iron, tea " " table

Snuffers, best steel <

" trays, jappaned and papier . ? Stair rods and eyes, assorted STAVES, best Dantzic

Steels, butchers', buck and horn handlet Steelyards, 100 to SS0 lbs.

Tacks, Bromsgrove, assorted

" cut " " pump " " tinned "

Three-legged pots, assorted, cast > Traces, bullock

" cart light

" horse ,, '. ' " plough "

Trowels, brick - * ' '

,, plasterers' * , * > i } ^ .

" pointing » ., ".-':'[ J',1 Vyee«,briftht, assorted ^v , , ,,«,v^ WINES, Cape * ./

,, Marsala ' , ?!

I, Port t . % .* ,

" larragona -, , ; > 3 '? (In pipes, halves, and quarter*;) , . <. ' WIRE, iron, No. I to 2*

" " bottling '

" " web, 10 to 12 muh ¿

WIRE, iron, maohine j

" ,, flour sidves

Woolbagging |

Woolpacks

Three bushel bags ' Osnaburgs > Cape raisins, in 25 lb. boxes Muscatels, bunch 3inc, rolled

LIKEWISE

UPWARDS OP

SOO BALES AND CASES

OF

DRAPERY GOODS,

Comprising almoBt every article at present

in demand.

ROWAND, MACNAB, AND CO. Circular Wharf, Sydney,

November 21. 8266

NEW GOODS.

PALE BLUE best Tableware, in flat

dishes, pie dishes, vegetable dishes, and plates to matcu

Indian flowing blur- dinner, toilet, breakfast,

and cottee sets, jugi, plates, and egg

cups

Willow-ware in every variet>-ex Statesman.

ASSORTED CRATES

Ot Earthenware, containing an excellent

variety, suitable foi country stores.

On sala at

THOMAS R. COATES'S

Staffordshire and Irrawang Pottery

Warehouse,

365, George-street,

8349 Next door to Mr. Beames.

DRAPERS' MEETING" "*

. AT

- HOMEBUSH.

ON SALF, prime Feeding Oats

for Race Horse«.

ALSO,

.Cape Barley.

HENRY FERRIS,

103, York-street. November 23. 8322

COBBETT'S,

ort

90-DAY MAIZE SEED.

^?^HIS Maize may be sown till the be * ginning of January, and is adapted to the climate of New Zealand, or any part of ( the South Country where it is too cold for

the large maize, and is at maturity in 90 days from planting-production, about 60 bushels

to tbe acre.

ALSO,

Cape Barley.

HENRY FERRIS,

103. Y^rk-street, /

N¿ar Barrack Gate, November 23. 8323

TRUST ESTATE OP ROBERT

ANDERSON.

A FURTHERMEETING of Creditors ¿St in the above Estate is hereby con- vened, to be held at the office of the Under- signed, This Day, the 2tth instant, at four o'clock p.M , to a fiord an opportunity to any creditor not having attended the meeting on tlie 13th instant, to ohject to the lesolution then passed, and to give any furthei instruc- tions that may be necessary for closing the

Trust.

HOLDEN, CHAMBERS & M CARTHY,

King-3treet. Sydney.

November 24. 8268

NOTICE. - The undersigned being

about to leave the colony, requests that all claims against him will be presented for payment, and all persons indebted to the sams will please settle their accounts forth-

with.

ISAAp. JACOBS,

No. 4, Swan-afreet,

795a Brickfield Hill.

NOTICE.--Ali peisons to whom Mr.

Robert Blue, of the North Shore, are indebted up to this day-, are requested to send in their accounts to Mr. J. H. French, or to j Mr. John Blue, both of the North Shore, that the same may be examined and paid, if j correct, but no debts subsequently incurred

will be paid. Dated 28rd day of November, 1846. 6030

NOTICE.

ALL parties are hereby cautionep

against giving credit to the crew of the ship Hamlet, as the commander and owners will not be responsible for the same.

Campbell's Wharf, November 19. 8099

CAUTION.

MY Wife, Margaret Mitchell, having

left her home without cause or provo- cation, the public is cautioned not to give her oredit on my account.

JAMES MITCHELL.

November 20. 8114

WHEREAS my wife, Sophia Stevens,

left me about nine months ago, with- out any cause or provocation, and as I have heard she is living in the township ot Yass, I hereby caution all parties not to harbour her, or they will do so at the cost of a law-suit.

GEORGE STEVENS Goulburn, November 19. 8284

ONE GUINEA REWARD. TO CONSTAULE3 AND OTHERS,

WHEREAS some person or persons

are in the piacticc of following the runners of tho Sydney Morning Herald, and atealing the newspapers after tliej havo been left at the subscribers' houses. The pro prietors of this journal will (¡ive tbe above reward to uny person who will give into the custody of the uolire such pera m or persons.

TWO POUNDS REWARD.

A HOUSE of the following description

having strayed or been stolen on the Murrumbidgee, the above reward will be given to any person who will deliver bim io Kdwin Thompson, E*q , Oura; orto Henry Ellis, Esq., Vloriul, Bullumbong Creek :

Colour,-bay, with black points ; branded E on near shoulder, but rather blotched : about fifteen hands two inches in height, and and is supposed to be one of those stolen by Cuntían the bushranger.

Gundagai, November 1. 7*08 WHEREAS, the Undersigned has

frequently lost a number of Working ¡Bullocks on the Bathurst and Mudgee Roads, 'and having heard that they have been worked by other persons, at various times and places, this is to caution all persons against either working, driving, or buying any bullocks, my property, in any way whatever, as they will be presecuted as the law directs. And I hereby now offer Ten Pounds Reward to any person or persons who will give such informa-

tion as will lead to the apprehension and con- viction of any such offenders.

One black bullock, some white on the back,

belly, and in the forehead, branded HL on I Tight Tump, and B on the left rump and 1 thigh

One red and white bullock, branded JB on

right rump 26

JB

One red and white bullock, 26 on right rump

B

One red and white bullock, HL on the right

rump, and B on left rump *

Also, a great number of Working Bullocks, \J B -

1 all bearing the brands ot B or « on the rump

or thigh.

Any person restoring to the owner any of

such Working Bullocks, shall receive a re- ward of (10a ) Ten Shillings each, by deliver- ing them to Mr. John Blackman, Vale of Clwyd, or Mr. William Blackman, Mudgee.

/IOS Wu, BLACKMAN.

GrEORQE FK1WND,

Of NORTHFLÏET, KENT ENGLAND.

THE aforesaid George Friend left

England in the Cygnet, in March, 1886, or some vessel about this date, for South Australia, with a surveying party. If alive he is requested to communicate with the Sydney Herald Office, and be will hear of something to his advantage. If he is dead, any person giving satisfactory proof thereof will be rewarded for his trouble, 8283

THIRTY POUNDS REWARD.

IT having been reported to me that a

number of cattle, my propeity, have been stolen from various stations in the district of Bligh and Liverpool Plains, and there being good reason to believe that the Baid cattle are driven cither to Bathurst or Maitland, there to be disposed of, I do hereby offer a reward of thirty pounds to any person who will give such information as may lead to the appre- hension and conviction of the thieves, or re- ceivers of any cattle beating the undermen- tioned brands, and being my property :

Cattle, branded TD on right ramp

Ditto ON on ditto

Ditto B on ditto, and 39 on tight

ribs to

Cattle, branded A\C on ditto, and D on

right shoulder S Ö Cattle, branded WR on light rump

B

Ditto SA on ditto

B

All constables and mounted policemen are requested to have a kharp look out for the thieves, and the proprietor will not confine them to the above reward in case of detec-

tion.

7103 WM. BLACKMAN.

TEN POUNDS REWARD.

LOST, STOLEN, OR STRAYED,

from Emu Plains, about llth October, 1846, a black horse, rising four years old, some white on the forehead, branded S on the one shoulder, ant' HL conjoined on the

other shoul ¡cr.

The undersigned having good reason to be- lieve that the said horse has bc<Mi stolen, and taken away by some drajmen on thtir way up to the Bathurst country, it so, on the ap- prehension and conviction of any person or persons so offending, the undersigned will pay a reward of Ten Pounds. If strayed, ou being delivered cither at Mr. Bening'a, Hart- ley, Bathurst, and Mudgee Hoad, or to the owner, at Mudgee, vhall receive a reward of

One Pound.

7101 J - WM. BLACKMAN.

-_4-,

" " BROOCH FOUND.

FOUND on the 5th instan', nMourning

Brooch; has three gold letters under the

glassons, same will be restored to the owner,

by .applying to

I '"' J. J. COHEN AND SON,

, ^ Watch Makers, &c,

Temple of Fashion, George-street. ' November 21. 8S08

PRIVATit OFFICES.

rWnO LET, ia tne rear of those central

JL and commodious premises, formerly known as Bluckman'a Auction Mart, 489, George-street, a suite of offices adapted foran attorney or mercantile gentleman, with store- room if required» Apply to

B. S. LLOYD,

8263 10, Bridge-street.

TO LET,

THE House and Premises known as

the City Inn, now in the occupation of John Cobcroft, near the corner of Pitt and

Park streets.

For particulars apply to Henry Cunning- ham, at tho Commercial Hotel, corner of Cas- tlereagh and King streets. 426

TO BE LET, the House and Pre

mises, No. 199, Elizabeth-street North, (presently occupied by Mr. Purefoy), from the l«t January next Apply at tho Office of Mr. Morshc.nl, O'Connell-street.

' _ 7881

' , WOOLSTON COTTAGE.

TQ BE lET FROM THE 28TH INSTANT,

THE above Collage is pleasantly si-

tuated at Miller a Point, wiih coach- house, stabling, &c, attached, the whole being

in good repair.

BENT MODERATE, i Apply to

R. M. PITE,

8176 ______263, Pitt-street.

TO BE LET.

THE FOLLOWING .PROPERTIES TO BE LET

ON LEASE.

ERMINGTON HOUSE on the Par-

ramatta River, with large garden, well. stockad with fruit trees, extensive stabling and other outhouses, together with about 150

acres of land, a largn< portion of which is

cleared and fenced ofFinto paddocks.

ST. LEONARD'S COTTAGE, North Shore, near tbe Church, now in the occupa- tion of Mr. It. Peek. This cottage is within ten minutes' walk of the Ferry, at^ Blue Point ! there is a very large garden, in ex- cellent order, also a vine} ard of S acres and

the use of a50-aere paddock.

Three lnrge STORES, i.i Queen's place, formerly in the occupation of Messrs. Ec

oleston and Hirst, Edye Manning, and John

Clode.

Application to be made at the Office of the [ Loan Company, 556, George-street. 5558

KEERA-VALK, ILLAWARRA,

TO BE SOLI), OR LF.r FOR SUCH TIRU A8

WAY BE AGREED UPON.

KEERA-VALE is situnted at the foot

of Moii'it Ivff-r», and in distant one

milo and a half from ihn se-ipurt town of Wollongong. The house ¡B quite new, the | painting and varnishing having been only

just completed. It U a s;:bstuntial building, containing eight rooms, four on the ground, und four on the upper floor, with a spacious hall on tin» ground floor, and a largo tomn or resting place of corresponding size on the floor above. On three fides of tho house there H a verandah, and n balcony over it. The kitchen, storeroom, and outhouses, are situated in a well encloucd yr.id at the back of the house, which is in every respect a suit- able residence for a fumily of the first respect- ability. Tue ground attached to the house consists ot two enclosed paddocks of «bout twelve acres and a half each, and a pardon of three acres, well stocked with fruit tices and ornamental trees and shrubs. The gai« den is enclosed with n substantial four-rail fence, mid is of the richest alluvial soil to be met with in Illawarra. A crop of oats and clover of about eleven acres, and of above two Acres of potatoes (of tbe best Derwent seed) isin the ground, and may be taken at a valuation. There is a constant sunni»

of excellent water, as the Miil Brook, one of the finest and most copious mountain streams in Illawarra passes by one of tho paddocks. The whole farm of Keera-vale is open for disposal by sale. It consiste of about 800 acres, which, with the exception of the above mentioned portions of land is leased to an improving tenant, of whose lease two years and three months from the 1st of January

next are unexpircd.

Apply to Geo. K. Holden, Esq., Solicitor, King-street, Sydney ; or Mr. B-, M'Cavrley, Wollongong. The terms will bo found easy and liberal to a party disposed to purchase tbe house and farm. '

P. S.-A steamer whoso usual passage to and from Wollongong is six or Beven hours, plies twice a week, and daily opportunities of communication are offered by sailing vessels. 7481

TMf ANTED, a youn^lsdy to attend an # » » invalid, and assist in tbe housekeep- ing. Health, amiability, and o liberal edu- cation, indispensable. Salary £20 per annum. Apply, if by letter, to P.R.O.. No. 610, Gsorge-street North, near the Herald Office.

8291

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