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STEAM TO EDEN AND MELBOURNE.
TH E Iron Steam-ship
George Gilmore, commander, _ will sail for the above ports on SATURDAY, the \6th Itwtant, »tSpji
Seoretary. H R.S.N. Co.'e Wharf.
Notioe.-On the return of the Shamrock she mil resume her regular monthly round, ¡ailing for Edbh. Melbourne «nd Launceston, on MONDAY, the'ind October, at 6 p.m. 4198
LINE OF PACKETS FOR MORETON
THE fine, fast-sailing,
coppered and copper fastened Brigantine
P. Collas, master, is now receiving cargo, and will %ail on Saturday, 18th Soptember. For freigftl or passage, haning superior accosnmo
dation, »PP'V.V THOMAS AND CO..
Moreton Bay Packet Office,
Albion Wharf. 4870
H E fine first-class
Sfflg 138 tons register, M'Veigh, mästet, «rill be ready to take in cargo on the 18th, and sail positively on the 22nd ; being light draug'it ol water, will deliver at Mel-
Her accommodation when completed will be first-rate. For freight or passage apply on board, at the Bon Aceord Wharf ; or to
Circular Wharf, September 13. 4313
TO SAIL ON TBK21sT INSTANT.
Captain Stanes, will have com -"- -^c~~ ' pleted her refit, and be ready to ?receive cargo on Monday, the 18th instant, at the Flour Company's Wharf.
For freight or passage apply to
B. M. SAYERS,
Port Phillip Packet Office,
4819 _ _ 489, George-street.
FOR HOBART TOWN!
Til H E Brigantine
Jno, Rayle, commandor.
_This vessel is now loading for the »Dove port, and will sail (weather per- mitting) Saturday next, the 16th instant. For freight or passage, having superior accommo- dation, apply on board, Flour Company's Wharf; or,to
GEORGE THORNE AND CO.,
-4316 7, Jamison-street,
I THE SCHOONER
for Port Phillip and Twofold Bay, will eau on 17 th instant, for the above port. For freight or passage apply to Captain Walkbu, on board, at the Circular Wnsrf ; or to
MR. W. T. BOYCE,
4329 No. 6, Bridge-street
FOR PORT FAIRY, WARNAMBOOL,
fHTHEnew clipper brigantine
,s|ÄV 1 MINERVA,
JgJa¡§Ek¿£L_ lüí ton*, Bùrk-inshaw, master, ~?!És|pËgE3P will sall on Wednesday nest Tor freight, having nearly all her cargo read), pt passage, the accommodation» being very superior, apply on board, at the Flour Com- pany*» Wharf t or to
4396 OppositeKellick'a Wharf.1
ONLY VESSEL FOR AUCKLAND. ,
A ivKOULAR TRADER.
rg^HE well-known schooner
J. Nagle, commander, will havequick despatch, having all her dead weight engaged. ¡ . For freight or passage apply on board, at the Bon Accord Wharf, (late Kellio'a) ; or to
R. T. FORD,
4304 8, Bridge-street,
FOR AUCKLAND DIRECT.
HE well-known packet
Captain Osborne, hourly ex- pected ; will have quick despatch. Apply to
SHEPPARD AND ALGER,
8586_Paoket Office, 470. Ge-rire-strent. FOR PORT .NICHOLSON DIRECT.
H E fine new brig ' LOUIS AND MIRIAM, 160 tons, William Pilfold, ".,.,". commander, will have quick despatch for the above port. For freight or passage, having very superior accommodation, apply to M. JOSEPH,
4306 390, George-street
FOR LONDON DIRECT,
pHE FINE Al SHIP,
ÜjJP^ 384 tons register, G. C. Cowley,
SaoEW?» commander. This vessel having engaged a considerable portion of dead weight, will meet with early despatch. The cabin ac- commodations are very superior. For freight or passage apply to the commander, on board ;
CAMPBELL AND CO.
Campbsll's Wharf, August 28. 8376
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
TIT HE fine A1. ahip Ml KELSO,
667 tons register, David, ..._,_ Roxburgh, commander- This Testet -will have great despatch, and has supe- rior accommodations forcabinpassengers; early application is necessary. Apply to the Captain on board, at the Circular Wharf ; to
GRIFFITHS, FANNING, AND CO.,
MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, AND CO.
^ FOR LONDON,
THE fast-sailing A 1.
SIR EDWARD PAGET,
482 tons register, A. W. Bar- clay,. Commander. This vessel has splendid accommodations for oabin and steerage pas. seagers, and will Tiave quick despatch. For freight or passage apply to
, FLOWER. SALTING, AND CO. ; or to GILCHRI8T AND ALEXANDER.
r K- TTpHE well-known barque ¿®-ft\ -?- AGINCOURT,
) a regular trader, 668 tonB, _.. - -." Henry Neatby, commander, ia expeoted to an ive with immigrants about the middle of September, and will be des- patched at her usual time.
Her cabin accommodation is excellent, and »he is in every respect a most eligible oppor- tunity for passenger*.
SMITH AND CAMPBELL,
8pring«street, 31st August. 3642
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTERT
ffl H E fine first-class
1 British-built ship
_ i Duncan M'Donald,commander 677 tons register. Has splendid accommoda- tions for passengers, and carries a large cargo, Ajjply to the Captain, on board, at Camp- bell's Wharf ; or to
4/094 ROBERT HOW AND CO,
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
(FOR LIGHT ÍRBIGHT ONLY.)
HE fine British-built
H. Tillman, commander, having all her dead weight on boatd, -will haye quick de*patch. Has disengaged room for about 200 bale« wool, for which early application is necessary. Has splendid poop accommodations. Currie» an experiencpd surgeon. Apply to
GRIFFITHS, FANNING, AND CO. ¡
MONTEFIORE. GRAHAM. AND CO.
HUNTER RIVER STEAM NA VIGA»
NOTICE is hereby given, that a Special
General Meeting of shareholders in this Companv will be held here THIS DAY, THURSDAY, the 14th instant, at 3 p.m., for the parpóse of electing two Directors.
William Rankin Scott, anbí p.ouiras
Thomas Wauk Smart, J Squires, have signified their intention of offering them- selves as candidates for re-election.
Secretary. H.R.8.N. Co.'s Wharf, September 14. 3791
TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
WE, the undersigned twelve Members,
holding together not less than 120 Shares in the Joint Stock of the said Company, do hereby, pursuant to the regulation of the said Company in this behalf, require a speeinl General Meeting of the said Company to be convened for the purpose of confirming and giving final effect to the resolution adopted by the Special General Meeting held on the seventh instant, for altering the existing Rules of the Company as to the limit placed on the number of shares to be held by any one member ; the holding of General Meetings half-yearly ; and the appointment and duty of Auditors. Thomas G. Breillat R. Campbell A. B. Spark E. Wyld
John Croft Henry G. Smith J. W. Gosling John H. Challis C. S. Vallack Charit s Graham Robert Campbell, George S. Sharpe.
Pursuant to the above requisition, a Special General Meeting of the Company li hereby convened for considering the subject» therein mentioned, to be held at the Office of the Company, in George-street, bydney, nn Thursday, the 12th day of October next, at 11
By order of the Board,
J. C. PHELPS,
Secretary. Sydney, September 13. 4348 To Wilham Hoice, Jun., £ig., J.P., Glenlee.
SIR,-We, the un^eftigued, request
that you wtll be pleased to convene, at your earliest convenience, a public meeting to be held at Campbelltown, for'the purpose of devising the best means of procuring the erection of a Bridge over the Nepean River, at Menangle Ford.
Charles Luke Bayly J. Sheahan
William Bunill Charles Morris Tarrance Randall Wm. Payton
George Fieldhouse George Simson T. H. Parkinson John Vardy
John Bray William Pendergast John Pendergast John Vardy, jun. Richard Mead James Taber
James F. M'Carthy James Graham Joseph Warby
In compliance with the above requisition, and for the purpose therein named, I hereby oonvene a public meeting, to be held at the Court-house, Campbell'own, on Tuesday, the 19th September, at 1 o'clook.
4280 W. HOWE, Jun.
Town Clerk's Office, ¡
Sydney, 8th 8eptembe-. 1848.
ASSESSMENT OF CITY PROPERTY.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tenders
will be received at this Office, until Monday, the 18th instant, at noon, from persons willing to undertake tho duty of Assessing the whole property in the City. The Assessment Lists must be completed and sent to this office on or before 1st January next. The Council will not be bound to accept the lowest tender. Further particulars may bo
obtained at this office.
4087 Town Clerk.
Town Clerk's Offioe, Sydney,
12th September, 1848.
NOTICE is hereby given that Tenders
will be received at this office, until Friday, the 22nd instant, at noon, foi the sup-i ply of four tons cast irou pipes, more or less, including lock, fire plugs, fco,,, nocording to specification in the City Surveyor's Office,
4361 Town Clerk. No. 48-311.
Town Clerk's Offioe, ,
Sydney, 9th September, 1848. NOTICE is hereby given, that tenders
will be received at this1 office until the 22nd Instant, at noon, for coating Elisabeth street, from Liverpool to Hay-street, with iron- stone gravel, per specification in the offioe of the City Surveyor. Tenders must be accom panied by the names of two persons as surety for the due performance of the work,
4362 Town Clerk. LIGHTS FOR THE FANCY BALL. TENDERS will be received at the
Mayor's Office, Town Hall, York-street, till Monday, the loth instant, st noon, for lighting up the Panteehnioon during the even- ing of the Mayor's Fancy Dress Ball, * Parti- culars ma> be obtained at tho Mayor's Office.
W. C WILLS,
4297 Mayor's Secretary.
BILLS ON ENGLAND.
T'HE Bank of New South Wales will
sell their bills on England,
By order of the Board of Direotori,
Cashier, Bank of New South Wales,
Sydney, May l8,1848. 8680
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
R. GARRICK has removed from
King-street to No. 109, York-street, next door to Mr. Entwisle's. 4360
TO THE ELECTORS OF BRISBANE
GENTLEMEN,-As the time is fast
approaching in which we shall be called upon to exercise our franchise for the purpose of placing a fit and proper person to represent us in the City Counoil by the 1st of November next, may I, Gentlemen, from my long practical knowledge rind experience in this City, do myself the honour of offering myself to represent you (In the above-named Ward) in Council ; and should I have the honour. Gentlemen, of being returned as the successful Candidate, I pledge myself to dis- charge the nigh and important duty which may devolve upon me with a firm and steady determination, to act uprightly in the dis- charge of such measures as are best calculated for the improvement of the city, but more especially for that of Brisbane Ward.
I remain, Gentlemen,
Your obedient humble servant.
4373 100, Clnmice-Btreet.
A PUBLIC Meeting was held on Sat i\. urdav. the 9th instant, at the Vlctorin Hotel, East Gosford, for the purpose of expres- sing the opinion of the district relative to the course of conduct pursued by the Reverent' Arthur Douglass, Incumbent, towards Boyd Horsburgh, Esq., J .P.
William Foster, jun., Esq., having been oalled to the chair, the following resolutions were submitted to the meeting :
1. Proposed by H. Hely, Esq., seconded by Mr. George Venteman, and carried unanl saously
*' That an] action for libel having been insti-
tuted by the Rev. A. Douglass, against Boyd Horsburgh, Esq., J. P., and the whole of the correspondence on the subject having been read over, this meeting wishes to express it» concurrence in the charges which Mr. Hors- burgh has made against the Rev. Gentle- man in question, and hereby express its opinion that the action arising therefrom ia vexatious and uncalled for."
2. Proposed by Dr. Benson, seconded by Mr. C. Vbnteuan, and carried unani- mously
" That, for the purpose of expressing its ap-
proval of tho straightforward conduct of Bojd Horsburgh, Esq., and also with the view of expressing ita opii.ion as to the truth of the charges preferred by him, this meeting resolves that a subscription bo en- terad into to defray the expenses of the action Douglass v. Horsburgh "
3. Proposed by Mr. E. H. Habobavbs, se- conded by Mr. H. A. Crams, and carried una- nimously
" That the following gentlemen do act as a
committee to carry the foregoing resolutions
into effect, vii. :
B. J. Benson, Esq., M.D. Hovenden Hely, Esq. William Foster, Esq.
Mr. G. Venteman
Mr. H. A. Crauee, and Mr. E. H. Hargraves."
4. Proposed by Mr. Ohaobb, seconded by Mr. Fbusman, and oarriad unanimously
" That Mr. G. Venteman be requested to act
as treasurer, to apply the funds under the direction of the committee, and that subscrip- tion lists be left at every public place in the
6. Proposed by Dr. Benson, seconded by Mr. Habobavbs, and carried unanimously
" That the proceedings of this meeting be
published once in the Sydney Morning
The thanks of the meeting having been voted to the chairman, the meeting dissolved.
Upwards of £30 wai» at once subscribed in
Minutes of Adjourned Meeting held at Mr.
Crause's, Sawyer's Arms, on Monday even- ing, the 11th September, W. Foster, jun., in the chair,
The following additional resolutions were proposed and carried unanimously :
1. Proposed by Mr. Hut, seconded by Mr. Crausb, and carried unanimously
"That this meeting having heard from Mr.
Battley the particulars of his interview with his Lordship the Bishop of Newcastle, re- ceives with regret the intelligence that the plaintiff in the case "Douglass v Horsburgh" is desirous of abandoning the action, and does hereby pledge itself to use its most strenuous exertions collectively and indi- vidually, for a full investigation of the points
2. Proposed by Mr. E. H. Hargrave, and seconded by Mr. Georob Venteman, and carried unanimously
" That a large sum having been subscribed for
the purpose of defraying the defendant*« expenses t in the event of auch, action being abandoned, this meeting, with a view of proving that the subscribers have been ac- tuated by a public feeling for the general good of the members of their Church, hereby resolves that the balance of such sum, after paying all necessary expenses, be forwarded to his Lordship the Bishop of Newcastle, to be appropriated towards the erection of the
East Gosford Church."
3. Proposed by Mr. B. J. Benson, M.D., se- conded by Mr. Chablbs Venteman, and carried unanimously
" That this meeting has read with feelings of
indignation and disgust, a most impertinent and ungentlemanly letter from the plaintiff's attorney, and hereby expresses itB most un- qualified regret that such a production should have emanated from an authorised agent of any Episcopalian clergyman."
4. Proposed by Mr. H A. Cbausb, seconded by Mr. Jambs Fbbbman, and carried unani- mously
.' That the letter from Mr. Gilbert Wright, the
plaintiff's attorney, and all correspondence relating to the action Douglass v. Horsburgh be eventually published, and that fifty copies of the Sydney Hominy Herald, containing un account of the proceedings of the meet- ings of the 9th and 11th instant, be forwarded to the Committee for distribution among the
5. Propcsed by Mr. E. H. Hargraves, se- conded by Dr. Bbnsok, and carried unani- mously
" That at the meetings of the 9th and 11th
instant, when the speakers called on the friends of Mr. Douglass (if any) to come forward and defend his conduct in proceed- ing to law, in lieu of leaving the matter to the decision of his diocesan, Mr. Creighton (carpenter) was the only person who came forward as his friend, and he was in such a state of intoxication that no person could
understand his observations,"
Thanks having been voted to the Chairman, the meeting dissolved
The amount of subscription was announced
to be £40.
W. FOSTER, jun.,
PREPARATORY SCHOOL ÍLATI Of CASTLEREAOH-STREET).
SS .IRELAND, in returning
thanks to those whose kind support she has received daring the past seven years, begs to inform them, *nd the public in general, that she has resumed her school in Phillip-street (next to the Grammar School), where she re- spectfully solicits a continuance of that encou- ragement which she has hitherto received.
. Miss L would be happy to receive two more children, as boarders, with the two whom she has had for.the last eighteen months. Respect- able reference can be given, and will be required.
A large enclosed play ground for the use of the pupils.
September 14. 4149
THE NEW SOUTH WALES
EDITBD BY D. C. F. SCOTT,
WILL be , Published Monthly, price
Two Shillings and Sixpence a num- ber. The first number to appear on the 2nd
day of October next.
Terms of Advertisements :-Four Shillings for the first inch and under, and Two Shillings for «very.additional inch, paid in advance.
All communications to bo post paid, and to be addressed to tho Editor, Sydney. 3723 TO OWNERS AND CAPTAINS OF SHIPS, AND SHIPPING AGENTS, &c. THE undersigned begs to state that the
above parties can be supplied with every article of ship chandlevy in Macquarie place. Sails of every description made and repaired, tarpaulins, awnings, signal flags, dray covers, and tents, on hand, or made to
Two seines of 80 to 90 fathoms, and of one and a half and two inch mesh, for sale.
GEO. L. ROBINSON,
Ship Chandler and Sailraaker,
8827 Adjoining the Custom House Hotel.
? " TO THOMA8 AGARS, ESQ.
WE, the undersigned Citizens of
Sydney, Electors of Gipps Ward, re- quest you will allow yourself to be put in nomination as a City Councillor for nur wsrd, at the ensuing Election, pledging ourselves, in the event of your acceding to our lequest, to use our best exertions to Becure your return.
John Lamb, Miller'»
Samuel Ashmore George Thorne J. B. Viles
George S. Sharpe Robert Campbell
John Gilchrist Walter Lamb
John Alexander Thomas Walker A. Allerdice H. G. Baker
Matthias Hooper James Henderson Robert Hardy
James Fennimore Matthew Brown James Bryant Wm. Reily J. L. Deano
Henry Fisher, Alder-
Frederick Ebsworth Thomas Ryan J. C. Lyall
Francis Mitchell George Paton John Fletcher
Andrew Drysdale Wm. Sullivan
Benjamin Yabsley Andrew Ryan Philip Burke
James Chapman Thomas Harrison Caspar Marks
Geo. Marsden Geo. S»nith
Robert White Moore John Downs
Andrew Goodwin Wm. Cankett Geo. Taylor
Thomas Buck Siznr Elliott J. Coghlan
Robert Watson George Dent
James Harden Wm. Butt
Robert Berry Wm. Berry
Barney Chaney Wm. Hill
Edward Alcock R T. Ford
Nicholas Walsh A. Calder
John E. RohinBOn T. C. Breillat
James Dalgarno John Billerwell
Benjamin Buchanan Charles Mitchell 2 Wm. Ranken Scott D. N. Munro
James Buchanan John Korff J. C. Korti*
Robert Towns James Turton Josiah West
John Pomroy Bond
James Merriman John Tugwell John Cooper Wm, Amner
Charles Stewart Wm Dean
E.T.Wilson M'Donald H. Talbot
Wm. N. Palmer Geo. M'Ausland
Benjamin Roden Robert Woodley R, Lowry
Isaac Johnson Thomas Place Robert Fox
Matthew Nunan Geo. Grimes
Samuel Hicking R. Powel Nye James Farrel R. Coyle
Thomas Numan James M'Gulre Edward Nye Geo. Briggs
John Robertson Richard Hayes John Cochran John Loi à
To Wm. Walker, Esq., and the Gentlemen,
Electors of Gipps Ward, who have signed
the above requisition.
I feel grateful for the honour you have con- ferred upon me by this requisition, and most readily respond to your request.
If successful, I »hall use every exertion, to the best of my judgment, to protect and pro- mote the interest, welfare, and comfort of the citteens of Sydney, and your ward in pat
A residence of nearly eighteen years in the ward, has, I trust, made me known to most of you ; but it is my intention to pay my personal respects to every eleotor, previous to the day of
I remain. Gentlemen, ,
Your faithful and humble servant,
THOMAS AGAR8. Kent-street North, September 13. 4390
TO MR. JOHN BAKER SMITHERS.
WE, the undersigned citizens of Cook
Ward, respectfully request you will permit us to put you in nomination at the forthcoming election as a City Councillor to represent this ward. Your experience as a colonist, and a resident in the ward, must ne- cessarily give you a knowledge of its localities, which it is bo desirable that a City Councillor should posees*, and we feel confident that our interest« will be faithfully guarded, and pledge ourselves to use our best exertions to secure your election.
THOMAS COWLISHAW, and upwards of eighty names signed to the re-
William-street, Woolloomooloo Gentlemen,-In acknowledging the respect which you have thuB declared towards me, by requesting me to become a candidate for the office of Councillor of your ward, I cannot but feel a pleasure in acceding to your wishes. Should you by your vote» place me in the Council as your representative, I shall moat diligently ptrsevere, to the best of my abilities, to promote such measures as have for their object the benefit of your ward and the citizens
I am decidedly of an opinion that water should be supplied to the citizens at the lowest possible rate. I shall do all in my power to effect that desirable object.
An extravagant expenditure of the citizen's money will find in me a rigid opponent.
A general lighting rate I consider objection- able, as the inhabitants of the remoter parts of the city (and your ward especially) do not participate in its advantages, therefore should not be compelled to contribute to that from which they deriva no benefit.
Having property in your ward, and residing among you, it is impossible for me not to tak« a deep interest in your local affairs, and be as- sured that nothing shall be wanting on my part to prove myself worthy of your confi-
I have the honour to be,
Your obedient and faithful servant,
JOHN BAKER SMITHERS. To Thomas Cowlishaw, Esq., and th« other gentlemen who have signed the above requisi- tion. 4367
MR. J. EMANUEL, Surgeon Dentist,
invites his Patients, Medical Gentle- men, and the public in general, to inspect an Automaton case that he has reoeived from
Paris, including the most beautiful specimens
of the Dental Art. It is so contrived that complete sets of teeth of various bites are seen in motion, showing their acting power when fixed in the mouth, and the invaluable benefit derived by the use of artificial teeth, both for mastication and articulation, when constructed on the above scientific principles. Mr. Emanuel can confidently assert that in this city there has never been seen of this ingenious science such exquisite and finished workmanship, embracing all the latest Pari- sian improvements of dental contrivance; many persons complainingof the inconvenience of wearing large plates of gold in the mouth, this principle will completely set aside the prejudice frequently felt by many ladies and gentlemen requiring artificial teeth. On view daily at Mr. E.'s residence, where he maybe consulted in all cases appertaining to his pro- fession. At home from 9 a.m. till 6 p.h.
g^ 220, Elitabeth-street North, eight doors from Hunter-street. Observe Lamp over door- way, with name, &c 3364
TEA AND SUGAR.
FOR SALE by Mr. R. Fawcett, by
Good Hysonskin tea in chests, 52s. 6d.
Good sugar in small mata. £16 per ton.
i Term« approved bills at three months. 3944
CELEBRATED THROUGHOUT THE
OLLO WAY'S o"l NTMENT.
CURE OF FISTULOUS .SORES
Extract of a letter from Mr. Robert Calvert,
Chemist, Stokesley, dated September 3,1847. To Professor Holloway.
Sir,-Mr. Thompson, National Schoolmaster of this town, desires me to send you the par- ticulars of his son, who had been bad for throf years and a half, and has received the greater benefit by the use of your pille and ointment. He is of a scrofulous constitution : a pleurisy had left a large collection of matter in the chest, this eventually formed a passage through the wales of the chest, and ended in three fis tulous sores which discharged large quantitiep ofpuB, when he was induced to try your pill? and ointment ; at this date he wbb apparently in a dying condition ; the stomach rejected everything it took. Your pills and ointment had the effect of completely curing boin the cough and Btomnch affections, li'«t strength and flesh are also restored, his appetite keen, and digestion good. There is every prospect that a little further continuance of your medicines
will finish the cure.
(Signed) ROBERT CALVERT.
IHK TESTIMONY OF A PHYSICIAN IN T1IK
CURB OF SKIN DISEASES.
Copy of a Letter from W. E. Powell, M. D.,
16, Blessington-ttrect, Dublin, dated February 9,1847.
To Professor Holloway.
Dear Sir,-Having devoted my attention for some years to cutaneous or skin diseases, I think it but right to inform you that I have in various cases recommended the use of your Pills and Ointment, and invariably found them to have the most perfect effect in removing
(8igned) W. E. POWELL, M.D;
This truly invaluable Medicine can be ob- tained at the Establishment of Professor Hol- loway, near Temple Bar, London, of most res- pectable Vendors of Medioines throughout the
civilised world, and of
J. K. HEYDON,
, 78. King-street, Sydney. N.B.-Directions for the guidance ot patients in every disorder are affixed to each box.
Of whom only the medicines may be confi- dently purchased : -
Sydney-Mib. Lewis, tobacconist, Brickfield
hill ; Mr. Cleary, shoemaker. King.street : Mr. Allder, chemist. Parramatta-street ¡ Mr. M. Dalton, grocer, 3, Campbell-street ; Mr. J. Armstrong, surgeon, 843, George-street, opposite the IPolice Office ¡ Mr. J. P. Da- vies, Little Bee-hive, Brickfield-hill.
Parramatta-Mr. Rowling, Chemist, Church
street ; Mr. Walker.'Church-Btreet
Penrith-Mr. F. Robertson, storekeeper
Jerry's Plains and Merton-Mr. Joseph J.
Wollongong-Mr. Thos. W. Palmer, chemist
Twofold Bay-Mr. Covington, storekeeper,
Pambula ; Mr. J. Roberts, Eden storekeeper Broulee-Mr. Fitzwilliam, postmaster
Windsor-Mr. Richard Seymour, saddler Liverpool-Mr. F. A. Forbes, storekeeper
Camden-Mr. S. Thompson, Steam Mills store Richmond-M-,' John Ducker, storekeeper Picton-Mr. Hujh O'Neill, storekeeper
Campbelltown-Mr. Bursil), storekeeper
Carwell Creek-Mr. John Neville, farmer Bathurst-Mr. Josiah Parker, chemist
Carcoar and Canowindra-Mr. JoBeph Sim-
Molong-J. and A. Murray, storekeepers
Mudgee-Mr. Thomas L'estrange, Welcome
Braidwood-Mr. Williams, postmaster
Hassan Wall-Mr. M'Lennon, storekeeper
Goulbnrn-Mr. S. Emanuel, storekneper ; Mr.
Davis, Australian store
Queanbeyan-Messrs. Behjamin and MoBes,
storekeepers ; Mr. Meyer, storekeeper
Yass-Myers and Alexander, storekeepers
Gundagai-Mr. Mate, storekeeper, TJmuttbee
West Maitland-Mr. F. Lawson, Hunter
street; Mr. Pinhey, chemist, High-street East Maitlond-Mr. C. S. Pitt, storekeeper
Morpeth-Mr. P. O'Keeffe, near Steam Wharf
Raymond Terrace-Mr. Houlding, postmaster Clarence River-Mr. C. S. Parker, storekeeper Paterson-Mr. J. R. Houlding, steam mills Newcastle-Mr. T. M'Cotmick, storekeeper
Singleton-Mr. W. Copland Lesley, druggist Murrurundi-Mr. John Boote, storekeeper Peel's River-Mr. L. W. Levy, Tamworth
Armidale-M. and T. Quinlin, storekeepers
M'Leay River-Ellis and Benjamin, store-
Moreton Bay-Mr. G. Harris, South Brisbane
Kangaroo Point-Mr. R. Davison, storekeeper Ipswioh-Mr. William Kavanagh, storekeeper Darling Downs-Mr. Alford, postmaster.
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The undersignedrespectfully desire to inform the Australian public, that they have bought the entire interest and stock of the above pub- lication, which they have decided on offering for sale at the lowest price consistent with profit. It is almost unnecessary to remark that the utility of the work is conclusively es- tablished from the faot of the rapid sale of the whole of the very large impression of the first edition; indeed every individual connected with the colony by property, whether Settler, Banker, Merchant, or Trader, should be in possession of a copy.
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Reginald Dalton, 3b. Gd.
Adam Blair and Matthew Wold, 3s. 6d.
Lights and Shaddows of Scottish Life, 2s. 6di Trials of Margaret Lyndsay, 2s. 6d. The Subaltern, 2s. 6d.
The Life of ManBie Wauch, 2s. 6d. Valerius, a Roman story, 2s. 6d. The Foresters, 2s. 6d.
Peninsular Scenes and Sketches, 2s. 6d. Nights at Mess, 2s. 6d.
COLMAN AND PIDDINGTON,
Booksellers, Stationers, and Printseilers,
George street, directly opposite the Barrack
THIS IS A FACT.
THE whole of the varied assortment
ol Drapery, Hosiery, Plain and Fancy Goods, comprising the stock of the undersigned must positively be cleared out by the end of the present year.
An immense reduction bas been made in the Erices of goods in every department. A public
enefit must therefore result from the deter- mination of the proprietor to retire from
W. A. DOBSON. N. B.-Terms, Caoh.
*' Wholesale buyers will be treated with upon moBt liberal terms, 3889
THE MAYOR'S FANCY DRESS,'
MAGNIFICENT . PISPLAY OF MATERIALS
*OR FANCY COSTTJMF.8.
DAVID JONES AND CO. beg most
respectfully to invite the attention of ladies requiring coslumeB for the Mayor'» forthcoming Ball, to a magnificent and costly exhibition of dresses and materials, now on view in their long room, comprising every re- quisite for the execution of ancient and mo- dern costumes.
Tni Opposite the Pout Office
BRUSSELS AND IMPERIAL
JOSEPH THOMPSON AND SON
have now landed four bales of the above carpetings in the most beautiful designs they have ever yet had the pleasure of offering U the public, to which they cull their particular
With a large assortment of rugs to match.
4123, 266, Pitt-street.
GEORGE CHISHOLM begs to all
the attention of the ladies to th< following articled suitable for
THE MAYOR'S FANCY BALL.
Resl Limerick lace dresses, Berthes, Visites
Flouncing and trimming laces, in all widths White and black chantilly laces
Gold and silver laces and insertions Black and coloured silk velvets
White and coloured satins and satinnets Ten boxes French artificial flowers
Wreaths, bouquets, head-dresses, and orna-
Frenoh kid gloves, long and short, &c, &o
THE undersigned has just opened a
complete assortment ot goods suitable for the present and approaching season, which he is enabled to offer at much lower prices than any he ha« before received, and bega to call particular attention to
A large assortment of rich striped washing
silks of the newest patterns, all at 2s. 7d, per yard
Black and coloured ducapes and satinnets
De laine, cachmere, and Oiegon check dresses Linen and muslin ginghams
Small pattern de laines and cambric prints
A lot of fine lawn handkerchiefs at 5s. 9d. and
10b. Gd. per dozen
Watered visites and mantles
Whisker blonds and bonnet brédes
One case French kid gloves, assorted
One case assorted perfumery, from the cele«
brated house of
H. Chardin, Paris
TWO CASES BONNETS
In plain and fancy Tuscan, Dunstable, rice, and
Infants' and boya' Tuscan, Dunstable, and
Jenny Lind hats, in Tuscan and Dunstable
A large lot of muslin oolkra and habit shirts,
the newest shapes
Bonnet and cap ribbons, in great variety 8-4, 9-4, and lG-4 fine cotton sheetings
Huckabacks, diaperB, Irigh linens, lawns,
263, Pitt-street. N.B.-The whole of the remaining winter stock selling at ten per cent, under the cost price 3414
JUST LANDED, "
EX FAITHFUL, JAMES SCOTT, AND
AND ON S A L E at the stores of
JAMES AND JOSEPH LEVICK,
Sheet zinc in 6 cwt. casks Sheet lead, 4 and 6 lbs. Spades, No. 0, 1, 2
Holloware in assorted hogsheads
Charcoal tin plates, each IC, IX, LXX, DX.
Weighing machines, and weigh bridges, in
Wool bags, 9 and 10 lb. Three-bushel sacks
Carron cart boxes, 2, 2}, 2¿, 2|, 3, 3} in. Wilkinson's and Sorby's sheep-shears
Close link coil chain 6-16, 7-16 In.
" ,, bullook chain i, 3.8,7-16 in.
Noble and Roll's varnishes
Bleached Wiltshire and Oxford candlewiok
Window glass, 10 x 8, 12 x 10, 14 x 10,14 x 12
Pit and cross-cut sawB
Spike nails, 3¿, 4, 4$, 6, 6 in. Falling axes, No. 2, 3, 4 Broad axeB, No. 2, 3
Single and double mortioing axes HT pattern falling axes
Caipenters* adzes, No. 3, 4 Fencing adzes Chipping hoes
Curled horse hair
Gentlemen's hogskin, shafto, and plain saddles Plated spurs and leathers
Woollen girthB, white and coloured Tinned and japanned roller buckles Tinned and plated bridle buckles Mane comba and curry oombB
Horse brushes in great variety
Snaffle bridles, 1, 1 j in , reins covered buckles
" " ,, tinned and plated "
Pelham and double bridles
Tinned and plated saddle staples
Plated saddle D's
Tinned harness rings Stirrup irons
Peat's pattern ditto
Snnffie and Pelham bits
Girth, diaper, and straining web
Block boot lasts
Women's and boys' shoe lasts , Strong common hemp
Ullathorne's patent hemp and stitching flax Square and round shoe awl blades
Blued steel shoe tacks
Shoe hairs, No. 0, I, 11
Ivory handled balance table cutlery Sheepfoot pocket knives
Pruning budding, castrating, and pen knives)
in great variety
Shoe and butcher's knives
Ivory, black, and white handled razors Razor strops and cases
Iron and brass Jews' harps Broom heads. Nos. 4 to 10
Scrubbing, shoe, spoke, water, bannister, and
Hair, nail, and tooth brushes
Dressing, pocket, and small tooth combs »
Pad, chest, till, stock, iron rim, drawback, and
Tower, straight, and necked bolts Iron and brass butt hinges
T, Scotch, chest, hook and eye, baok flap, and
parliament hinges Iron chest handles
Shoe. Kent, Manchester, Canterbury, lath,
Edinbro', and farriers' hammers Tower, shoe, and farriers' pincers
Hand, croBB-cut, and pit saw files Blacksmith's files and rasps Cast steel box head gimlets Iron frame axle pullies
Steelyards, 60 to 600 lbs. " > SoytheB, patent, 36 to 42 in. Sickles, BY, Nos. 4 to 6
Wood screws, J to 4 inches
Tinned and black cut tacks ' Ditto ditto wrought ditto i
Fluted gridirons, 8 to 14 bar, with tinned wells Spokeshaves, boxwood, with screwed irons
Ditto beech, plated and common I
Dog chains, 1J to 2J yards, japanned and
Britannia-metal mustards, psppers, salts, and
Ditto tea and coffee pots, 4 to 8J pints i Ditto tea and table spoons
German silver table, dessert, and tea »poona
Ditto ditto forks , I
n ' Powder flasks, dram bottle», single and double 9 ' shot betts. 4281
NEW BOOT AND SHOE DEPOT,
GHORGK-STRFF.r fOUTH, 0PP08I rB TUB HAY
IM. ILLIDGE begs to inform his
. (rienda and customers living in and around the above locality, that he has, in con- nexion with his brother, pened an establish- ment as above for their accomm< dation, and respectfully solicits a continuance of that dis- tinguished patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed.
The business will be carried on under the name and firm of Thomas Illidge and Co., and a complete and well assorted stock of English and Colonial made Boots and Shoes will always be kept on hand.
Observe the Address
George-street, opposite the Hay Maiket.
Sydney, September li. (4264 FOR BALL DRESSES.
4-4 Crimson Silk, euperbly embroidered in silk and gold
4-4 ditto ditto plain
Black and crimson satin trimmings, em-
broidered in gold
6 4 black and white laces for dresBes Lace fiouncinge, in all widths
Black and whitf French blond skirls French blond laces, in all widths Rich brocaded silks and satina
Gold and silver flowers, ccroneis, and wreaths Gold and silver fringes, Jacea, cords, &e, Stmrt and long real Paris kid gloves
The attention nf ladies is especially solicited to the above, which will be offered at very low price7, at
PITE AND PRESTON'8.
263, Pitt-street. N. B.-The Costume Room is open every evening till 8 o'clock. 4397
TOBACCO FIFE TRADE IN AM UPROAR.
HDIXSON respectfully directs the
. atteution of storekeepers and others to the fact that no «coner had the advertise- ment of the ship and anchor pipes, bearing his name and made to his order, appeared m the ífíraWlast week than the hoc genus omni of pipe vendors, knowing they were suited to the market, set up the hullabaloo to puff
off their own.
Vide Small's Edinburgh originals in Mon- day's Herald -Theae were originally imported by H. DixEon.
See also Aldib's novel investment, ending with the Aldis Pipb ; which by-the-by, doei not now seem to need soaking.
The new irn[TO>ed ship and anchor pipe on
494 GBOHOÏ.BTRBBT. 4830
FRENCH BASKETS AND WICKER
ONE small case containing an assort-
ment of Ladies* elegant French Baskets and sets of Wicker Table Mats, just landed and on sale by
4319 JAMES AND JOSEPH LEVICK.
INVOICE OF PAPER.
ON SALE by the undersigned, com-
Blue and yellow wove post Ditto ditto ditto foolscap Yellow wove pot
Double demy, 34 lbs. and 36 lbs. Single demy, 12 and 24 lb». Quills
BUYERS AND LOCHHEAD,
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
FOR SALE, a double 6winging,bed
, and cabin furniture. Apply to Captain Bbll, barque Agrícola, at the Circular Wharf.
BX DANIEL GRANT, FROM OFORIO.
THE remainder of this cargo on sale
4204 BROWN AND CO '8,
THE undersigned have on sale, at their
Ports, in pipe', hogsheads, quarter-casks, and
Sherries, in butts, hogsheads, quarter-aaaks,
Pale, gold, and brown Madeira, in hogsheads
Clarets, first growths, in I, 2, and 3 dozen oases Champagnes, ditto, in 1, 2, and 3 dozen cases,
and 1 dozen baskets, quarts and pint» Burgundies, pints and quarts, in 1, 2, and 3
Sauterne, in 3 dozen cases
Tarragona, in hogsheads and quarter-casks.
4366 L\ALL, SCOTT, AND CO.
ALE AND PORTER.
ON SALE at the Stores of the under
Allsopp'a No. 3 ale, in hogsheads
Barclay, Perkins, and Co. a ale, in ditto Ditto porter, ditto
Hoare and Co.'s London stout, in ditto
Byass's bottled ale and porter, in 3 and four
Allsopp'a bottled nie, in 3} dozen ditto.
4366 LYALL, SCOTT, AND CO.
ON SALE, LX JOHN GRAY
20 Puncheons rum
Tuscan bonnets and hats Lochfine herrings
'Wine (port and sherry) in cases
i ROBERT HOW AND CO.
September li. 4238
ALE AND STOUT,
iN SALE at the Stores o the under«
Tennenrs XXX Stout and Strong Aje, in
draught and bottle. r
ABRAM BRIERLE^ ,
April 14. 6660
Ñ SALE BY THE UNDER
Sherry, in wood and bottle Port, in one dozen cases
Whitbread's ale and porter, in hogsheads Swinburne's ditto ditto, ditto Brandy, in quarter-casks
Scotoh whiskey, in hogsheads
London vineg-u, in hogsheads and quarters Woolpacks and woolbagging Three-bushel striped sacks
Tarpaulins and tarpaulin canvas
Bleached canvas Beaver hats
C row n fnd sheet glass Patent sheathing felt
Founts of type-nonpariel, long primer, and
minion ; ships and steamers Blacking-Dav and Martin's
YOUNG AND CO.,
SALES BY AUCTION.
ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
MR. EDWARD SALAMON will
sell by auction, at his Roams, George
To-MORROW, FttlDAY, SsiTEMBER 15,
At 11' o'clock, 162 Cult boxes, asriorted sizes
Terms, cash. 439ß