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MAGNIFICENT DINING-ROOM CHAIKS, in

green morocoe, and in hatr-oloth. The most superb goods ot inc sort in the colony. These chairs are of modem design, embracing tbc raglan, ice, &c, and made of the finest Spanish mahogany procurable, and In beautiful condition ; they are In sets of 8 or 10, nnd well worthy the attention of parties requiring a good and substantial family article. About l8 sets remain unsold, and it is not likely the samo class of goods will again be offered In the market for some time. Early application is necessary. Copy tbo address, DEAN'S Furniture Mart, Market-street, Sydney.

THB~CIVET CAT, 50, King-street. Worth

tt»irg.

THE BYE.-DEFECTIVE VISION BELIEVED.

Mr. Do LISSA, Sen., optioian, 34, Hunter-street, in con- nexion with (he celebrated firm of Messrs. 8. and B. Solomons, opticians and oculists, of Albemarle-etroct, Piccadilly, who have received Her Majesty's royal letters patent for their valuable In- ventions and extraordinary improvements in optical lenses, under the patronage of the nobility and the most eminent London oca lists (see London Times). The great advantage derived from their improvements is, that the sight is preserved and strengthened ; and persons of advanced age, as well as the young, are enabled to read with ease and to discriminate the most minute objecta with perfect distinctness, and without suffering those pains in the eye which they ure subject to from spectacles now in common use, the glasses being tinted by a valuable process known only to themselves. With theee lenses they riqulro a far less magnifying power, without frequent changes to the dangerous effeats of further powerful assistance. They are not to be equalled for lightness and durabilltv, in panoptlo frames, both in steel and gold, and spring sueponder» in tortoise shell frames, to suit every sight.

Mr. De Llrsa has had made, expressly for this colony, the Stan- hope lense, for the etrcot, which resists the power of the hot 8uu and sand winds, and keeps the eye cool ; «pera, race, and per» spective glasso«, and pocket telescopes of extraordinary power ; also, the Sydenham glass, the size of a walnut, to discern objects for miles. Large and small acromatic microscopes, of the latest Improvements. Mr. DK LISSA, optician and oculist, 84, Hunter street, between George and Pitt streets. At homo from 10 till 6, Saturday exc»ptcd._

WHY SHOULD YOU bo tormenteefby MOS

QUITOEB ! Go at once to WATSON'S, druggist, Briok field-bul, and get a packet of his Mosquito Preventives-it Is only

1». per packet, and TUB ONLY REMEDY._* CONCERTINA TAUGHT, in ten lcssonB, by

W. 8. WALLIS, 65, Bathurst-street West._ PIANOFORTES, by John .Broadwood and Sons,

ex Woolloomooloo. BIcbordo grands, same ob those that have given bo much satisfaction; also, patent bou loir cottages, extra size ; upright grand cottages ; and common cottages, in rosewood, walnut, and zebra woods. These pianos aro tie very best that are manufactured by the above celebrated house in rose- wood. WILLIAM KING, importer (from Bioadwood and Sens'), 89, Goorgc-.strcet, near tho Berala OflUo.

rpHE EXHIBITION OF ALL NATIONS.

I Peace versus War.-The ladies of Sydney are respectfully Informed that the elegant Music Stool so universally admired ia tho Great Exhibition of all Nations, Is now for disposal, and, at the suggestion of many, will be rallied for, so soon as the list ie completed. Subscription, £ I is.; half the amount subscribe«! to go to the Patriotic Fund. On view at JOHNSON'S furniture and bedding warehouse, No. (i, Barrack-street, opposite the 8avlng»* Bank._ VIEWS of the WAR, at reduced prices.

The Bombardment of Sebastopol, 6s.

The Victory of the Alma, carrying the Batteries and planting the

Standard, fia.

The Battle of tho Alma, showing the decisive charge of the

Highland Brigade under Sir Colin Campbell, supported by the

Guards and Fusiliers, fis.

The Siege of Sebastopol from the British Lines, is. The Battle of the Alma, September 20th, 18S4, 5s.

_W. R PIDDINGTON, Georgc-rtrset.

NEWTOWN and COOK'S RIVER.-At the

request of several of the inhabitants of the above named alstrict, the Ice cart will supply regularly those gentlemen (only) who leave their orders at the Ice Office, French Café, George street, opposite Hunter-street. HENEY HOCKING8, sole agent._ 3TWENTY-ONE DAYS only. The great clearing

out at tho Cosmopelian, 60, King-street. BENJAMIN

LAZARUS and Co.

Coats, waistcoats, trousers, shirts, neckties, stocks, braces, hand- kerchiefs, collars, and boys' clothing in immenso variety.

Remember, for 21 days.

. Notice.-Always closed from 7 o'clock on Friday evening fill 7 o'clock on Saturday evening._ STATEMENT OF CONTRIBUTIONS received

by the Honorable Francis L. S. Merewether, Esq., toward* the Fund for the Relief of the Widows and Children of British Soldiers and Sailors wbo may fall in the present War.

Collections mabu is Places of Public Wonsnir.

Received, August, 1854.

Church of England- £ 8. d. £ t. d. Sydney, Surry Hills ... ... 84 7 7 Ditto, St, Phillip's ... ...119 6 3 Ditto, St. Andrew's ... ...70 18 9 Dapto ... ... ... 12 11 3 Camperdown ... ... 28 11 4 Mulgoa ... ... ... 26 0 0 Pitt Town, Wilberforce ... ...10 10 0 Berrima ... ... ... 8 l8 0 Cobbity ... ... ... 45 14 8 Windsor . ... 48 19 2 Kiama ... ... ... 8 10 0 Ashfield ... ... ... 28 5 9 Marsfield ... ... ... 55 6 6 Balmain ... ... ... 62 10 4 Richmond ... ... ... 61 S 2 Ryde ... ... ... SO 0 0 Tambaroora ... ... 6 6 0 Sofala ... ... ... 6 14 0 Wollongong ... ... ... 25 0 0 St.Leonard's ... ... » G 2 Allyn River ... ... ... Í 10 0 Gresford ... ... ... 14 7 0 Paterson ... ... ... 4 7 2 Campbelltown ... ... 31 6 6 Pitt Town, Wilberforce ... ... 210 0 Denham Court ... ...10 18 9 Cabramatta ... ... ... 12 19 9 Queanbeyan ... ... ... IO 3 6 Greendale ... ... ... 11 0 0 Parramatta ... ... ... 33 7 1

Received September, 1854.

Mudgee ... ... ... 24 l8 6 Bathurst ... ... ... l8 7 6 Sofala ... ... ... 15 4 0 Collector ... ... ... 17 12 9 Cook's Elver ... ... ... 91 7 1 Muswellbrook ... ... 10 7 3 Kurrajong ... "... ... 7 0 0> Penrith ... ... ... 24 17 8 Bt.Mary's ... ... ... 11 6 ,8

Gunterwang ... ... ... IS li "O Appin and East Bargo ... ... 9 13 6 West Maitland ... ... Î0 3 1 Sofala ... ... ... 1 17 6

St. Leonard's ... ...110. Muswellbrook ... ...500. Meroo ... ... ... IS 10 0 Camden ... ... ... 29 8 0 Picton ... ... ... S 14 6

Newcastle ... ... ... 68 12 0 .

Received Ootobcr, 18Í4.

Albury ... ... ' ... 21 It 0 Sydney, St. Phillip's ... ... 2 1 0 Queanbeyan ... ... .-., 56 1 0

Rylstone ... ... ... 9.0 0 ? Queanbeyan ... ... ... 22 0 0

Shoalhaven ... ... ... 20 II C :

Received December, 1854.

Liverpool ... ... ... ?2 4 7 Victoria Barracks ... ... 29 7 6

Received January, 1855.

Sydney, St. James's ... ...288 4 10 Brisbane ... ... ... 17 7 6 Sydney, Trinity Church ... ... 42 0 0

- 1848 * I

Presbyterian Churches

Received August, 1851.

Windsor ... ... ... 6 14 ,6 East Maitland ... ... 6 8 C Paterson ... ... ... 4 4 3 Kiama (Free Church) ... ... 7 0 0 Sydney, Pitt-street ... ... 23 0 0

Received September, 1834.

Wollongong (Free Church) ... ... 8 0 0 Riohmond ... ... ... 13 14 10 Castlereagh ... .-, ... 4 5 6 Woolloomooloo ... ... 16 0 0 Sydney, SU Andrew's ... ...43 7 8 Windsor ... ... ... 3 I 9 Sydney, Pitt-street (Free Church) ' ' ... 73 14 2 parramatta ... ... ... 8 0 0

Received November, 1854.

Carcoar ... .. ... 50 0 1 Sydney, Pitt-street (Free Church) ... 0 15 0 Bowenfels ... ... ... 28 4 3

- 302 10 Received August, 1854. Congregational Church

Sydney, Pitt-street .12 14 0

' ' - 12 14

Received October 1854. Unitarian Chapel

Sydney, Macquarlc-stroet ... ... 52 5 6

Hebrew Synogogue

Sydney ... ... ...404 li 0

' ' - 401 11

Received, August, 1854. Mariners' Church

Sydney ... ... ... 3 14 0

General Collections and Personal Subscriptions,

Received August, 1854.. J. S, N urie, receipt! at a benefit given at the

Polytechnic Institution in Sydney ...25 0 O

Received October, 1834.

F.Hatt, collections at Braidwood ...9110 O Ditto, Gold Fiolda, Major's Creek ...28 13 6 Ditto, ditto, Bell's Paddock ... ...20 7 0 Ditto, ditto, Bell's Creek, and Araluen ...1119 6 Ditto, iluto. Mongarlow ... ...21 9 6 Ditto, Manar... ... ... 28 2 0 Ditto, BMcvale ... ... 20 3 0 W. B. Edgar, receipts at an exhibition of

dissolving views at South Créete ... 2 9 0 H. O. Master, collections at Tamworth ...62 16 O

Received November, 1854.

G. F. Wise, Bathurst ... ...fill 6 5

2614

J. Phyper's collections, Kent Brewery, Sydney 9 6 0 W. B., a pensioner, personal subscription ... 4 12 O R. Campbell, collections at Maneroo ...140 l8 0 F. Lavers, collection» by Mr«. Lavers ...37 0 0

Received December, 1854.

J. Maxwell, collections at Wellington ... 00 17 G H. C. Master, further collection at Tamworth l8 6 10 Archdeacon Cowper, collection at Mr. Matcs's

station, Albury ... ... 20 0 0 B. Campbell, collections in police district of

Bombala ... ... ... 8 15 O F. Laidlow, collections in the district of Yasa 109 2 O

Received January, 1835. F. Gordon, collections in the neighbourhood

of Bungendore ... ... 10 o 0 P. Plunkett, collections in the town and

district of Goulburn ... ...505 11 2 P. Plunkett, amount subscribed by the

officers, non-commissioned officers, and

troopers of the Southern Rood Patrol ... 30 0 0 J. C. Sullivan, amount collected by Mr*.

Gibson, and Mr. W.p. Faithfull ... 22 2 0 A. Windeyer, collections in the district of

Raymond Terrace ... ... l8 2 6 M. E. Scrlsler, collections at Dubbo ...21 0 O Vf. Evans, ditto in the District of Orange ...101 14 9 R. Bligh, ditto ditto Gwyder ...31 7 O Ditto ditto ditto ... ... 4 10 0

Received February, 1855.

Francis Little, Scone ... ... 89 5 0

Total ... ... £4680 » 7

Orders on the Lords Commissioners of ner Mujesty'a Treasury for this amount hove been obtained from the Assistant - Com mlssnry-General at par, and have been placed In the hands of the Patnotio Fund Committee, aa tho objects to which that Fund Is to be applied are precisely tboae for which the above contribution« were made, namely, " The succouring, eduoatlog, and relieving those who, by the loss of their husbanils and parents ii» battle, or by death in active service In the present war, are unable to main- tain or support themselves." _

FRAK0I8 I, «. MEREWETHF.R.

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Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
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