S' " TEAM to Balmain and Pyrmont, from the foot of Ers
. kine-st. Fare», 3d. ; after 7 p.m., 6J. S. CROOK.
.ClTHAM to MANLY BBAOH-From the Pheonix £) Wharf every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATUR- DAY, and 8UNDAY, at 10 a.m , and 2 p.m., returning at ROOD and 4'SO. p.m., calline; at Woolloomooloo Bay.
PAKRAMATTA STEAMERS.-Daring the winter
months these swift and commodious boats ply as
follow», vi«. :
From Parramatta at 8 and 11 a.m., and 4 p.m. 1 , From Sydney at 9 a.m., 1.15 and 4 p.m.
Galling at the intervening piers.
' An extra boat leaves Ryde for Sydney at 7.45 a.m., aud » Sydney for Ryde at G p.m._Pheonix Wharf, 1st May.
S~TJ?AM TO WOLLONGONG, KIAMA, and SHOAL-
To WOLLONGONG, every MONDAY. TUESDAY, and . FRIDAY, at 11 a.m. ; and on THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, at 9 a.m.
To KIAMA every MONDAY. TUESDAY, and FRIDAY,
at 11 p.m. ; and on THURSDAY, at 9 am.
To SHOALHAVEN every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at
STEAM to BRISBANE WATER - The BLACK
SWAN, TO-MORROW (Friday) MORNING, at 8 tfclnclt ¡ returning from G03FORD on SATURDAY MORNING, at 8. being the day aftor the races.
, Phamii Wharf, 2nd July._
STEAM to the MANNING RIVER.-The steamer
KIAMA will lonve for the nbove di»triot on MON- DAY, tho 6th July, at 8 pra. ; calling at NEWCASTLE for passengors. She will lenvo the MANNING RIVER on THURSDAY MORNING. the 9th July, for Sydney direot. Pheonix Wharf, 26th June._
POSTPONED AT THR REQUEST of SHIPPERS.
STEAM to the CLARENCE RIVER.-The steamer GRAFTON, 100 horse power, Captain WISEMAN, will bo despatched to Grafton, on THURSDAY, the 2nd of Jnly, at 8 o'clock p.m. Freights payable on delivery, at
the Grafton Wharf.
KIRCHNER and CO., agents.
Sydney, 26th June._ STEAMER GRAFTON.-Notice to Shippers of Horses.
-The freight to or from Grafton for a Binde horse, or upwards, bas been reduced to £3. KIRCHNER and CO., agents.
fÏTEAM to the HUNTER.- The PATER30N, for f> MORPETH, THIS MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
The'WILLIAMS, TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENINGr »t 11 o'c oc . TILMOUTH F- DYB, Manager.
H. R. N. S. N. Company's Wharf, foot of Market-street. July 2nd._ mHE A. 8. N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS. COLLAROY, to the HUNTER, TO-NIGHT (THURS LONDON.'to MELBOURNE, SATURDAY AFTER
BOOMERANG, to MORETON BAY ond IPSWICH,
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8
WARATAH, to WIDE BAY, WEDNESDAY EVEN
STEAMER to PCLARENCE TOWN, TUESDAY, 14th
July, at 11pm. i
_JA_MBS PATBR30y' Manager.
¿J TE AM from MELBOURNE to LONDON.-The r* Australian Auxiliary Steam Clipper Company's new it/am clipper, KING PHILIP. Al. 1140 tons register, 2300 tons burthen, CHARLES HENRY CARY, com- mander, is appointed to leave Hobson's Bay for LONDON, positively on SATURDAY, July 25th.
This vessel is" one of the finest models nflont, and possesses all the advontages of a steamer with those of a dipper sailing ship. She is fitted in every respect in avery superior manner, and hns unrivalled accommodations, whioh intending pa'sengors are invited to inspect.
FAItKS TO LONDON:
Saloon, according to arrangement.
Second cabin, £35; Third Cabin, £25; Steerage, £20. Children, from one to twelve years, half-fare.
Including steward'» fees and the attendance of an expe- rienced surgeon. " ," . . ,
In the saloon, besides a first-rate -taMe with live «took,! poultry, beer, wine*, spirit», <w., every requisite is provided for the sleeping berths, such as b»d«, bedding, Ao.
For freight, plans of cabins, and full particulars, apply lo KIRCHNER and CO., 8ydney;'or, to KIRCHNER, SHARP, and CO, Melbourne. __ FOR PORT MACQUARIE.-Thesohconer WILLIAM,
to sail on FRIDAY, at noon, freight payable on board._ FOR KEMPSEY, MACLEAY RIVER.-The MARY
JANE will sail on SATURDAY. -
For freight or pasiage apply on board, at the Union Wharf, or to GEORGE COLESON, Market Wharf.
EOR THE MANNING RIVER - The schooner
GLEANER will Bail on SATURDAY next.
For freight or passage apply to NORTHWOOD and CO., Baltic Wharf. N.B.-All freight payable in Sydney. ONLY vessel for Moreton Bay.-The regular and favor-
ite trader RAVEN. Captain BROWN, is now
reoeivlng cargo, at the Flour Company's Wharf, and
will mil THIS WEEK.
LAIDLEY, IRELAND AND CO.,-Lloyd's Chambers. POR WIDE BAY, PORT CURTIS, and FITZ ROY JP RIVER -The favourite trader BURNETT, Captain i SOAPLEHORN. is now loading at the Commercial Wharf.
Shippers are urged to complete their arrangements, as the wessel has a considerable part of her canrc already engaged, and will positively sall on SATURDAY.
For freight or passage apply to J. FRAZUR, Sussex
street ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, ond CO., Lloyd's
OR PORT CURTIS direct. - The| regular trader
COQUETTE is now ready to receive cargo, at the
._MOLISON and BLACK, 5, Maoqnarie-placo.
OK MELBOURNE WHARF direct.-The dipper
brig FORTUNE, is now fast loading at the Flour Company's Wharf, and will hav« the usual despatob. Shippers are requested to commence shipments at once.
For freight or passage apply to E. M. SAYERS, Port Phillip Packet Office, 177, George-street ; or at the Flour Company's Wharf._
OR MELBOURNE WHARF.-The regular trader CAROLINE, SMITH, master, is now fast filling up at the Victoria Wharf, and has only room for a few tons light freight, for which, or passage, apply to HENRY CLARK,
Vioforia Wharf, or to MOLISON and BLACK, 5, Mac
MONTEZUMA, for MELBOURNE WHARF.-For
passengers only. Clears at the Customs IS DAY. Has room for a few pas- sengers, cabin and steerage. Apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers, 213, George
RATES OF PASSAOB. ,
Cabin . £5 0 0, Steerage .; 2 10 o
FOR MELBOURNE WHARF. - The/ fine clipper
barque BONNIE DOON, SHOLL, master, having a considerable portion of her cargo engaged, will bave qu ck oispatoh. =oo, i
For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation for pioneers, an ih to R. TOWNS and CO. j or MOLISON «ad BLACK, 5, Macquarie-place.
Ölt PORT COOPER and NELSON-The biig ni. uPI?AY'« ,6° ton» «trister, R. SCOTT, command, r, will bo ready to receive cargo in o few d»y*, and will have
quick despatch. Passengers are requested to inspect her
For freight or passage apply to Captain SOOT P, on ï,5r,ï.?t,Jne FJrur Company's Wharf; or to BUYiiUS «^LEARMONTH, Cliarlutte-plnce.
ONLY VESSEL FOR NELSON DIRECT.-The t»»i ,reSu,ar trader LOUI3 AND MIRIAM, 130 tons WIÏ1.S* >?!nF tt'nlRflfia.iitityof hct ci.rgo engaged, will wert ^ lib her uu ii depatch. b '
*.wÄh5,^, I"uíns accommt'.iallon, un
CWl"L^ít^kJ'^ AUCKLAND.-The regular .fflaMinîn?,NG '¿ff8' CELLUM.commanderTwill îhelrÛ1S?(AYrmîÎ\?iliAlrrsilre requestPdtocomplete . «£Ä£ »fr ,T°-M,OK«OW. Tro c^bin berths dts RUNDTiV nAv£»or,y »location is necessary, to hAlDLKY TRIMÄ ?5d«5°- O'irencë-street; or "aiUljEY, IRELAND, and CO, Lloyd'B Cbàmborï.
- . < U ,
FOR PORT COOPER direct.-The splendid clipper
Packet DART, Captain JENKINS, having completed an unprecedentedly short passage to New Zealand and back, has been engaged at the request of the residents nt Port Cooper, as a regular trader between that port and Sydney. The vessel is now loading at the Flour Company's Wharf, and will have very quick despatch.
For freight or passage, having very superior accommo- dations, apply on board ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._
WHITE STAR LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.
-The celebrated clipper ship RED JACKET, Captain O'HALLORAN, 2000 tons register, will be de- spatched from Melbourne for LIVERPOOL, punctually on the 13th of July. The accommodation for all classes of passengers cannot be surpassed ; her saloons having been
entirely refurnished this voyage.
. Apply to H. T. WILSON and CO., No. 2, Margaret street, Sydney; or H. T. WILSON and CO., No. 41, King street, Melbourne._
FIR8T SHIP for LONDON.-To sail on the 10th
July.-The well-known and favourite Aberdeen clipper ship PHOENICIAN, 478 tons. JOHN JAMSON, commander, has sti II room fora small quantity of wool Intending passengers are invited to inspect her accommo- dations, for which early application is necessary. Shippers .are remindod tbather last two passages were completed in
82 and 83 day«.
Apply to Captain JAMSON, on board, at Circular Quay ; or to MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, and CO.
OMAR PASHA, for LONDON.-Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are informed that it has .benn arranged to .despatch this fine ship positively on 20th July, In order to ensure her arriving in time for the London wool Bales, nnd that in consequence wool will be taken without pressing or screwing. She is now alongside the Circnlar Quay, where wool oan be sent ; or it will be reoeived at Marsden and Co.'s wool shed. Room for a limited quantity of
Apply to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., No. 1, Mar- garet-street. _;_ TOISHÍPPERS and PASSENGERS for LONDON.
The splondid Al Aberdeen clinper ship OMAR PASHA, 1200 tons, JOHN THOMPSON, commandor, has a large portion o' hor cargo on board, and will bo quickly despatched. -An experienced medical mira accompanies the ship, and passencers will do well to inspeot her very supe-
rior accommodation before deciding.
For freight or passage apply to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., No. 1, Margaret-streot._
OR LONDON.-The SPEEDY, 1020 tons register,
J. II. NIGHTINGALE commander, will be ready to receive cargo on FRIDAY. Her well-known sailing qualities and cabin accommodation require no comment.
Apply to RUNDLE, DANGAR, and CO.. Clarence street; or to L. and S. SPYER and CO., agents, Wynyard-sqnare._
OR LONDON.-The first-class Aberdeen clipper ship
CENTURION. G39tons register. ROBERT MUR RAY, commandor, will bo ready to receive cargo in a few days, and will meet with all possible despatch.
For freight or passaee, apply to Captain MURRAY, on board, at Campbell's Wharf; to BUYERS and LEAR- MONTH, Clmrlotte-placB ; or to S. D. GORDON, Bridge street_
FOR LONDON direct.-To follow tho PHONIC1AN.
-The- Al Abordeen clipper ship JOHN BUNYAN, 466 tons, THOMAS HENRY, commander, havlug the greater portion of her dead weight on board, and the residuo engaged, will positively hail on or about tho 25th July. Intending shippers are reminded that, from the small tonnage of this ship, quick dispatch may be relied on.
Apply to Captain HENRY, on board, at Circular Quay;
or to MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, mid CO._
WHITE STAR LINE.-AKAMINTA, from LIVER-
POOL -Consignees by this vessel are requested to pay freight, and pass their entries for Botts' Wharf. The ship will not bo responsible for nny goods after they aro landed ; and all goods for whioli entries are not passed will be entered and landed, at consisnees' risk and expense, as they come to hand. H.- T, WILSON and CO., agents, No. 2, Margaret-htrect.
ÖNING"WILLEM II.-This fbfe vessel, 740 tons,
Captain VAN EYCK MERKMAN, will bo ready to take in cargo about tne 15th of July.
For freight or charter apply to the Captain, on board ;
orto MtTLLENDORFF, NAHMER, and CO._ FOR FREIGHT or CHARTER.- The Al British Bhip
REGINA, 690 tons, Captain THORNTON. Apply to GEORGE A. LuOYD and CO., Counting House, 213,
ïjïRBIGHT.-Wanted Vessels, loading for London, to J; take Ironbark Loes at Newcastle, as dead weight. Apply to Mr. RÄNDLE, Bligh-street, Sydney, or Mr. WRIGHT, Nowcastle._
FREIGHT to GEELONG-80 to 100 tons of,
Machinery. P. N. RUSSELL and CO._ OIIIP HANNAH FOWNES-All parties having claims O or accounts against the above vessel, will be-pleased' to furnish them in duplicate by SATURDAY next at noon, the undersigned. Dated this 2nd day of July, 1857. BRIERLEY, DEAN, and CO., 178, George-street!
WALKER'S WHARF,- Fort-street.-Th:» Wharf Is
now fitted with a. discharging hulk, and steam engine, for the sake of despatch. The work done quickly and at >easonable-price». Ample bonded and free stores. .Apply to the wharfinger, HENRY MOON.
SYDNEY YACHT CLUB.-Members are requosted to
tako notice that the tunal monthly meeting of the Club, to hive taken place on Thursday ncx1', ia postponed
until THURSDAY, the 9th instant, in order to ,glve tho, Treasurer time to prepare his half-} early statement of accounts, to lay before the Meeting on that evening. By order, WILLIAM T. BLAKNEY, secretary. Club- house, Exchange Hotel, 30th June.
T" EMIGRANTS per REGINA.-With reference to
the advertisement, dated lt>t instant, relative to the hiring of tho immigrant*, by this vessel, notice is hereby eivon that, owing to unavoidable circumstances, the hiring la postponed until FRIDAY, at 1 o'clock.
(Signed) H. H. BROWNE, Agent for Immigration. Government Immigration Office, Sydney, 2nd July, 1857.
SYDNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. - The
Monthly Meeting of Member« will be held here,, THIS DAY (Thursday), at 3 p.m. ALEXANDER THOMSON, secretary. Exchange, lat July._ 1 "TESTIMONIAL TO DR. BLAND.-A Preliminary
Public Meetitig will be hold at the Royal Hotel, on TUESDAY, the 7th Instant, at three o'clock p.m., for the purpose of considering the steps which it may be considered desirable to take in order to carry into effect the warmly expressed wishes of the many friends and admirers of Dr. BLAND,to present a Testimonial to him as o Tribute paid to the patriotic and disinterested labours of a long and, in every respect, a consistent career, devoted to the greatest Improvements In our Political Constitutions ; foremost amongst wh¡eh were the introducing into them the prin- ciple of Responsibility to the People ; x comprehensive re
vlbion of the Laws i elating to tho disposal of the Waste . Lands of the colony; and, thiidly, Freedom of the Press of |
New South Wales.
Further, as i égards tho Social Progress of this Colony, to expiess the appieciatiou by the public of Dr. BLAND'S successful and uncensing'efforts in respect to tho foundation and progress of the oarliest Educational and Benevolent
Institutions of New South Wales, especially Sydney College I and the Benevolent Asylum._' MANNING TESTIMONIAL. - Persons desirous of I
subscribing their names to the address presented to the Honorable W. M. Manning, Esq , are informed that a supplementary sheet U lying at the office of the secretary for signatures. H. B. BRADLEY, hon. sec. and treasurer. Margaret-street, Sydney, 15th May, 1857._
FLOODS ON THE HUNTER.-TO THE RIGHT
WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF SYDNEY. ,SIR,-As the more recent accounts from the Hunter Rhor District show that, although the destruction of property by the lato (1 lods has been vory serious, the losses have generally fallen on porsons of property ; and tha,t thero is every reason to balieve that the comparatively few oases of destitution culling tor public asiistance will be relieved by the prompt and liberal contributions of the residents of the district, we, the undersigned, at whose instance yonr Wor- ship was pleased to convene the Publio Meeting of the Cltinens of Sydney, celled for Thursday evening, the 2nd instant, have, at a ti eeting held this afternoon, como to tho conclusion that t will not now be necessary or ad- visable to hold that meeting; and wo therefore request
that j ou will be pleased bo make public notification to that
We aie, Sir, your obJdiont servant*,
SAiIUI.li COHEN JOHN MACINTOSH W. DEAN JAMB8 DICKSON J. V. L WE K8 B. Ü. WEEKES
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL EDWARD FLOOD TIMS BBrTBRIDGR K JONES
JOHN V. BARNARD W. R. PIDDINGTON.
July Ht, 1857.
Town Hall, King-street. Sydney, 2nd July, 18ri7.
In compliance witii the above resolution, I hereby givo notice that the Public Meeting intruded to have bi»en hfiid THIS EVENING, at tho School or Arts, for tho puipose.of obtaining relief for tho sufferers hythe lato Floods in the Hunter Biter District, will not tako place as
_ GEORGE THORNTON, Mayor.
MRS. FRANK ANDREWS, professor of singing, 35,
Victoria-street, Darlinghurst. Term», 0 guineas per quarter. . i j
_PBRBONB ADVERTISED FOR._ TJ1DWIN WILLIAMS, of Saul, Gloucestershire, Eng-'
li land, by calling on G. D. HARRISON, bookseller, 569, George-streeet South, you will hear of something very muoh to your advantage._ IF THIS should meet the eye of MARGARET
FAWCETT, nati-eof Ireland, callatNo 5,Gloucester street, Sydney, opposite the Ship and Mermaid, she will see her brother, JOSEPH FAWOETTÍ Call at the Post Office, there ia a letter there for yon._ JOSEPH HORTON.-If Mr. Joseph Horton, formerly
Of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, will imme- diately communicate (confidentially if desired) with Mr. SCOTT, of Bromsgrove, he will hear of something greatly to his advantage, arisintr throuch an unexpected event which has lately occurred in the family. ?
ALCOLM FORREST will hear from hi<* brother
Henry, by.npplying at Mrs. STERLING'S, ft few doors from the Ship Inn, Sussex-street.
HILIP RICHARDS, of Plymouth-Writ» to your
sister ; or any person acquainted with him will con- fer a great favnnr on an anxious sister by writing to
M. 8. H., Post Office, Creswick's Creek, Victoria,._ SHERIFFSTON, Moraysliiro.-If this should meet the I
eye of JAMES F. M'VVILLIAM, he will hear of his brother WILLIAM by writing to the Northern Assurance Office, Melbourne.
H"ÖW~ÖN EARTH did I miss youf Yon oin senda
note safely by BRIDGET.-V._
OYAL VICTORIA i THEATRE. - Lessees and
Manasen,Messrs. HOWARD and JAMES..SIM MOND3.-LÜORETIA BORGIA ! In consequence of the great success attending on its first production it will bo repeated, by pnrticnW desire, TO-NIGHT.-Farewell Engagement of Madame ANNA BISHOP, previous to her
departure for South America.
THIS EVENING, July 2nd, the performances will commence with Donizetti's grand Tragic Opera of LUCRET1A BORGIA. Lucretia Borgia, Madame Ann» Bishop; Mafflo Orsini, Madame Sara Flower; Dake of Ferrara, Mr. Farquharson ; Genaro, Mons. Laglaise ; Gu betta, Mr. J. Grogcr. Conductor, Mr. George Loder.
To conclude with tim laíichable Farce of CATCHING A HBIRE83. Captain Poodle, Mr. T. S. BelJair ; Cap- tain Kftlingahy, Mr. R Stewart; Tom Twhry,- Mr. Sam. Howard ; Stubby, Mr. W. Hill ; Caroline Gayton, Mrs. Winterbottom ; Sally Giggle, Mrs. E. F. Crosby.
Prices of ndmlssion-Boxes to hold 8 persons, £2 10s. ; Bingle tickets, 6s ; stalls, 5j. ; upper boxes,4s. ; pit, 2i.6J.; gallery, Is.
Doors open nt half-past 7, commence at 8.
OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. - Lessees and
Managers, Messrs. Howard and James Simmonds. To the Frieni's and Admirer*) of the late J. G. GRIFFITHS.-On FRIDAY next, 3rd July, a perform- ance will bo given, under the auspices of a committee of gentlemen, for tim BBNEFIT of the YOUNG CHILD- REN, left unprovided for hy the late lamented artiste, on which occasion the talented sister», ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENUEIM. have kindly volunteered their valuable service1-, and will appear In conjunction with the principal members of the Victoria and Lyceum Star Com- panies.
Tickets and places may bo Fecured on application at the Box Office, from 10 till 4 ; or of any of the gentlemen of
For full particul irs Bee day bills.
N APPEAL to the BENEVOLENNT PATRONS
of the DRAMA, and the THEATRE-GOING PUBLIC -The Frionds of the lato Mr. JOHN GORDON GRIFFITHS, formerly Ma*a^er of the Victoria and Prince of Wales Theatres, are respectfully appealed to on behalf of his tour young children, who, fiom unforeseen circum- stances, nre left totally destitute.
It has been decided upon by many well acquainted with the late Mr. Griffiths for a number of years, and who have been delighted with tis diamatic talent, and nnwearied ex- ertions to ostablish tim legitimate drama on a proper foot- ing, to givo a BENEPI r at the Victoria Theatro, in this City, on FRIDAY EVENING next, the 3rd instant, forthe purpose of raising funds f< r the relief of the yonng children. The Ladles ADELAIDE and JOEY GOUGENHEIM have generously volunteered their valuable assistance on the occasion, in nddltion to the great talent of the Victoria and Lyceum Companies ; and the following gentlemen have consented to net. as a committeo for carrying out the above charitable objeet, and of whom tickets and boxes can be obtained, as .well as at the Box Office, Theatre, Pitt
GEORGE THORNTON, Etq., J.P. . JOHN PURKI3, Esq.
ALEXANDER MOORE, Esq. W: G. RENFREY, Esq. H. P. COLES, Esq.
W. G. LAMBERT, Esq._
LADIES.-As it is very desirable that some assistance
should.be given towards raising a fund to provide for the young children of the late Mr. J. G. Griffiths, who wa9 many jears manager of the theatres here, and whose affairs are in an cmb irra«s°d state,-leaving them unpro- vided for;-we beg leaye to appeal to your benevolence to Bolicit the favour of your siiving them the benefit of your valuable services at the Victoria Theatre, on Friday next. This is rather a short notice, but as we are Informed yon leave Sydney on Saturday next, It is the only chance we have of securinor the advantage of your powerful aid on the occasion, and tms^ynu will grant us thU favour. We have the permission of George Thornton, Esq., to me his name in behalf of this request, as welj as those of your
Most obedient Servants,
. -J. PURKI8. .
W. L. LAMBERT.
365, George-street, Sydney. The Misses Gougenhelm.
The Misses Gongenheim present their compliments to Messrs. Purkis and Lambert, and beg to state that it will afford them great pleasure to render any assistance in their power to the children of the late J. G. Griffiths,
The health of Miss Joey being go extremely.bad, it will be impossible for the .Misses G. to perform in more than one piece. But there are many valuable members of the profession to which the lato gentleman belonged who will, tho Misses G. foal convinced, volunteer for the benefit ; thus a very fine bill can bo offered ; and the Sydney public, who never denies its patronage to a charitable appeal, will not forget on Friday evening, that four helpless little children are asking assistance and support. '
St. Kilda House, Sydney, July 1, 1857._ OUR LYCEUM THEATRE -Lessees and Managers,
Messrs. JAMES SIMMONDS and HOSVARD. Tobln's splendid comedy of the HONEYMOON, TO NIGHT, and the ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELS.-THIS EVENING, Thursday, July 2nd, the performance will commence with the cotneiy, in 3 acts, of the HONEY- MOON, or HOW TO RULE A WIFE. Duke Aranna, Mr. J. Rayner; Rolando, Mr. T. 3. Bellair; Jaques, the Mock Duke, Mr. W. H. Stephens; Lopez, Mr. W. Hill; Belthazar, Mr. G. H. Rogers; Juliana, Mrs. Gnerin ; Volante, Mrs. W. Hill ; Zamora, Mrs. E. F. Crosby. To be followed by popular ELHIOPIAN MELODIES, by the celebrated minstrel. Favourite Dance, Alias Hart. To conclude with the screaming farce of the VIRGINIA MUMMY._
PAVING ACT.-NOTICE. - TO LANDLORDS
and TENAHT3 -The opinion of counsel being now in the hands of the Solicitors, appointed to prooure the same respecting the above Act ; all parties interested are íequested to attendra Moetinir, to bo held at the Bull and Mouth Hotel, comer of Pitt and Market streets, on FRIDAY, next, the third instant, at 8 o'clock, pur., In order to consider what further and necessary steps shall ba taken with reference thereto. Bv order of the Committee.
JAMES THOMPSON, Secretary._
THE MUTUAL BUILDING and INVESTMENT
SOCIETY.-A pale of the right to receive advances upon Share» will take place at tho Society's Office,' 231, George-street, on TUESDAY, the 21st instant, at hair past 3 p.m. Intending shareholders are informed that in consequence of the number ef shares now issued the en- trance fée has been raised to forty-five shillings per share, and will progressively bo Increased with the number of shareholders. Shares, and every information as to the re- payment of loans from this Sooiety may be obtained of the Secretary daily between the hours of 10 and 4.
By order of the Board of Dlreotors. ,
J. R. TREEVE, secretary.
MASONIC.-Ntwtown, Kilwinning, by dispensation.- j
The regular monthly meeting of tba above Lodge will be held at the Lodge Room, Newtown, THI8 EVEN- ING, at 7.30 precise time. By order of theR. W". M., J. G. M'nOUGALL, Acting Secretary. . _
COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY.-This Bunk
will bo closed for the nanni half-yearly balance on WBDNE3DAY and THURSDAY, the 1st and 2nd proximo. Customers aro requested tojsend in their pans
books. ZACUARY INGOLD, manager. Sydney, 27th
rilHB BANK OF AUSIHULA-ÏI V (incorporated hy
JL Royal Charter, 1835).-Notice is hereby givun that the half-yearly dividend of twenty-four sMll'm:» per »hare, on the capital stook of the Owponuwn, and bonn«! of Il'ty-tix bliilling per shute, making to.'etherthoiuini of £4 per snare, and being at the rate of twenty per oent. per annum, de- clared by the Com t of Directors, payable in Lindon on .the 14th April last, will bo pa) able to the shareholders on the colonial register, at the respectivo branches in the colonies, on and after the 13th July next. J. J. FALCONER, Superintendent, Sydney, 15th June, 1857. "
ADAME LAMONT, .Professor of Singing and Piano,
123, Princes-street, Church-Mil.. " ö XJvJ % ?M
No. 57-31. Town Clerk's Office, Sydney,
2nd Ju'y, 1857.
ELECTORAL LISTS OF SYDNEY. - Notice is
hereby given that, in accordance with the provisions of the Electoral Act for 1851, Lists of the Electors for the Electoral Distrlot of Sydney for the year 1857-8 will be fixed for the inspection of the public, from the 2nd to the 15th July, on the buildings herennder mentioned, in the
various wards, viz.,
GIPPS WARD-Watchhouso, Cumberland-street BOURKE WARD-Town Hall, King-street
BRISBANE WARD-Clerk's Office, George-street Markets
MACQUARIE WARD-School of ArtR, Pitt-street _ ' COOK WARD-Blind B»ggar public-house, Liverpool-street
and South Head Road
FIT« ROT WARD-Court-house, Darllntrhutst PHILLIP WARD-Clerk's Office, Haymarket
DENISON WARD-, Watcbhouse, Bathurst and Kent streets.
Copies of these lists may also be seen at this office, and perused by any person without payment or fee, from this dato until the 15th instant ; and during the samo.perlod claima'and objections may be lodged with the undersigned
in terms of the said Act.
CHARLES H. WOOLCOTT. Town Clerk.
LBCTORAL LISTS FOR SYDNEY HAMLETS
FOR 1857-58 - Notice is hereby given that. In ac- cordance with the provisions of the Act of Council, 14th Victoria, No. 48, Copies of the List of the Electors in the Sydney Hanlets for the year 1857-58 are hung up for Subito Inspection at the following places, as approved of y the Magistrates in Petty Sessions, assembled at Syd- ney, vi«, namely
Central Police Office, George and York streets Police Station, Balmain
-Police StationrNorth Shore
Police Station, George-stieot South Tollgate, Redfern, Bot.-.ny Road Tollgate, O'connell Town
Tollgate, Old Sputh Head Road Tollgate, Rushcutters Bay Tollgate, Parramatta Road
Wosleyan Schoolhouse, Glebe
St. Matthias Chuich, Paddington Post Office, Camperdown.
Notice is also given that all notices from persons claim- ing to have their names inserted in such list, and all ob- jections to the retention of the names of any persons therein, must be lodged with the underslgndd on or before the fifteenth day of July now instant. '
GEORGE WARBURTON, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Central Police Office, Sydney, 1st July, 1857._
ELECTORAL LISTd.-North and South Ridings of
the County of Cumberland, in the Police Di-trict of Sydney, for 1857 and 1858 -Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with the Provisions of the Act of Council, 14 Viotoria, No. 4», Copies of the List of Electors, in tho North and 8outh Ridings of the County of Cumberland, in the police district of Sydney, in the colony of Now South Wales, for 1857-58, are hung up for public inspection, at the following places, approve'' of by the magistrates in Petty Sessions assembled, namely:
Central Police Offley George and York streets, Sydney Police Station, George-street South Police Station, Balmain
Pol ce Station, Nortli Shoro > Police Station, Concord Police Station, Newtown
Toll Gat«, Old South Head Road
Toll Gate, Rushcutters Bay ' Toll Gate, Parramatta Road
Toll Gate, Botany Road, Redfern Toll Gate, Canterbury
Light House, South Head
Wesleyan Chapel, Lane Cove ' Werfeyan Chapel, Ashfield
Constable's House, Longbottom.
Notice iß also given, that all notices from persons claim- ing to have their names inserted in such lists, or cither of them, and all objections to the retention of the names of any persons therein, must be lodged with the undersigned, on or before the 15th day of July instant.
GEO. WARBURTON, Clerk of Petty Sessions.
Central Police Office, Sydney, 1st July, 1857._
GRAFTON STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given, tf'at in accordance with the twenty-seventh clause of the Deed of Settlement of this Company, the Half-yearly General Meeting of the pro- prietors-will be held at the Office of Messrs KIRCHNER and CO., 1, Wynyard-street, Sydney, on FRIDAY, 31st July, at Koon. Sydney, 30th Junp, 1857._
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY.
Notice.-In consequence of the great increase in the cost of horse traction, the price of Coals at this Gomp'any's Shoots at Newcastle, will be Sixteen Shillings and Sixpence per ton for all coals delivered on and after the 1st JULY next. A. A. Company', 152, George-street Sydney, 25th June. , h *w*
PRIZE HEIFER. Prise Heifer.-May be seen at
Mr. BEAT TIE'S, butcher's shop, Balmain, on FRIDAY AF1ERNOON and 8ATÜRDAY, tbo-famous grise heifer, the fattest that has ever been Slaughtered in ydnev, and weighing upwards of 1000 lbs. ?»_
XHIBITION, 30, Hunter-street -To bo seen alive,
an Uurang-Outang, Hunting Leopard, Emn, &c. &c. Admission-adults, Is. ; children, 6 j. _
IVE BIRDS pnrohased in any quantity. WILCOX
and CO., 30, Hunter-street._^___ RËNCH and GERMAN LANGUAGES.-Instruction
giran in the above by Mons. CABOT, 37, Eiimbeth gtreet North._'_^__^
* LADY, just arrived from England, gives lessons to ^ lodles who wish to obtain aa elegant style pf writing in six lessons. Terms, £1 Is. Address, E.F.L., Post Office._________
STOK HOUSE, Miles-buildings, Cumberland-street
North, one of the finest situations in Sydney, com- manding a splendid view of the harbour. A Sitting-room and three Bedrooms vacant for Families and Single Gen- tlemen._ CLASSICAL and COMMERCIAL BOARDING
and DAY SCHOOL, Cleveland House, Cleveland Paddocks -Mr. KEAN bsgs to announce that tim duties of his school will be resumed (D.V.) on MONDAY, 20th July. References are kindly permitted to the Rev. Canon Walsh, the Rev. A. H. Stephen, T. 8. Mort, Esq, and Robert Tooth, Esq , M.P._ EDUCATION, PADDINGTON -The Misses WEST'S
Establishment will re-open on MONDAY, the 6th July. . _
£ EDUCATION.-The Misses HONEY beg to inform the
J parents and friends of their pupils that the duties of their establishment will be resumed on WEDNESDAY, July 15th. 236, Crown-street (Bodenham's-place), Surry Hills. Vacancies for two boarders._ HIGH SCHOOL, Paddington.-Baarders will be re
oeived by the Head Master, at his residence, on the day previous to the re-opening of the school, which will take place on the 7c h instant, when Certificates of Merit will be awarded to those pupils whose names have been published, as " diatiHginshed for profiolency" at the late examination. R MACDONNELL. Head Master.
LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, Wimbledon Cottage.
Parramatta Road, Barwood. Mrs. WOODGATE begs to Inform parents and guardians, desirons of placing their obildren at school, she is prepared to receive at the above establishment a limited number of pupils. Terms moderate._ LADIES? SCHOOL, 35, Elizabetb-Btreet North.-Mrs.
8MITH begs to announce to her Friends and Pupils that the duties of her establishment will be resumed on the 6th of July._"
LADIES' SCHOOL, WINDSOR-Mrs. EVEREST
bega to inform her friends that she has removed from Bunrke's-buildings to the honso opposite the Court House. , June 30._
ADAME CURTIS'S Bo.rding and Day 8chool,
Palmer-street. Studies will be resumed on the 13th
RS. BARLOW'S Bowling and Day Establishment,
on the Parramatta Road, at Camperdown, opposite the New University Domain (late of Woolloomooloo). The dnties of the School will be resumed on MONDAY, the 6th of July. Accommodation for three more Boarders and a few more daily pupils. _
RS. STEDMAN CHRISTIE has Vacancies fer Four
Boarders. The domestic arrangem«nts are tbo--e of 1 a privat« f imily. The dnties of the establishment will be
resumed 8th July. 108, Catitlereagh-street, near Market street. --_
5. CHAPMAN'S SCHOOL, REDFERN-The va f oation will terminate on tho-eth July. There are several vacancies- for boarder-, and day-pupils._
R. OANE'8 COMMERCIAL SCHOOL will re-open
on MONDAY, Ju'y 6 Stanloy-stre-t. H>de P rk
EV. 0.|CUT1<IFFW. B.A , ". Ki uike-sirett, Wuol
loomooloo; Vacation end- 4th July
ST7"JXME3' G It AM M Mt OOHOOIJ- Under the
patronado and direction of the Lord Bishop of Sydney Head MlBter, C W.Riwi«, B A., Graduate of L ncoln College, Oxforl ; S o mil Mist r, W S. Creeny, nf tho R y ii Institution, Belfast; Writing Martur, Mr, Bragg
Drill Mr. Bamford.
, TERMS. Per quarter." C'asslca! an! commercial education ... £1 3 0 French or German . 1 I. 0
Drawing! . 110
Dancing ... » .' .* -2 2 0
Hours of attendance, from 9 tj,12¿, and 2 to Si. ,
9r, It is an important objeot in this school that, while pupils may obtain a sound classical education, their atten- tion should al» be directed ti subjects of .practical utility. The school wil! re-open on THUBSDA Y, July 9. -
SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.-The School will
open on MONDAY, August 3rd. Applications for admission of pupils may be made of the Hon. Secretary (Dr. Woolley), on any day, between the hours of 1 and 3,
or of 5 and 6, p.m.
In order that the arrangements may be complete, it is requested that applications may be made with the leaBt pos-
The school will contain two departments-the Upper, for pupils preparing for the University, or learned professions : the Modern, for occupations of amore scientific or general
c b _rûció r«
The fee, inoludlng the oomplete course, for either de- partment, will be £4 104. per quarter, payable In advance.
Arrangements have bren made, of the most satisfactory ohoracter, for the boarding and tuition of pupils from the country. The particulars may be learnt from the Hon. Secretary. By order of the Board.
THE DUTIES of Mrs. A. MORKILL*8 School will be
resumed on MONDAY, July 6th. Newtown Road, near the Toll-bar. _
THE SINGING CLASS for. Boys will commence
SATURDAY, 11th jat July, from 2 till 4. Terms, one guinea ppr quarter. Early applications to be made at Dr. H. HORN'S residence, 3, Church-hill._
ANY of the New and Fashionable Dances taught to
ladies in two lessons for 15s., by a lady lately froisj, Paris. Address B. H. V., Post Office._
SCHOOL OF ARTS ELOCUTION CLASS.-Parties
desirous of joining the above Class during the pre ent quarter (commenolncr July 1st), are requested to'opply as early as possible. JOHN CONNERY, teacher of Elocution.
A , KANGAROO DOG came to my house on Sunday _"V evening lost, and will not leave the premises ; the owner can have him by p*ying expenses. C. M. EVANS, 211, George-street; or Bleak House. Little Coogee.
POUND.-The .Lady who bit her Mantle on the Race-
course on TUESDAY night can havo it by sending her name and address to AlAOTLE. HERALD Office.
OUND, in King-street, a Small Sum of Money. Apply
to THOMAS ROWLAND, Supreme Court.
BROOCH LOST.-Amethyst, Burroundod with pearl»,
either in a Paddington omnibus or Wynynrd-terrace. The finder on taking it to Mr. FLAVELLE'3, George street, will be rewarded._
A REWARD of TEN SHILLINGS. - LOST, on
TUESDAY EVENING, a Gold Brooch, inlaid with pearls, between Goulburn-street and King-street. Any person returning it to A. NEWTON, baker, 46, King- street, will receive the above reward.
MHEN SHILLING REWARD.-Stolen or Strayed from JL Redfern, a grey Cob, branded R d. on near hhonlder. If strayed and returned to the owner, M. CAFFREY, Redfern-street, the above reward will be paid. -If stolen, £2 will be paid on information as shall lead to the convic-
tion of the offenders.
11EN SHILLINGS REWARD.-LOST, from P. Hans
. low's, a dark Br^wi Bullock, branded JHG on offribB, top off the near ear. Apply to P. HANSLOW._ f» PT REWARD.-Stolen or Straye 1 from the premises ¿t»D of Mr. WILLIAM M'CULLAGH, publican, Par- ramatta, "on or about the 18th ultimo, a Chesnut Horse, branded W over (W over TP), bald face, switch tall, near hind foot white, about 15 hands high. If strayed, £2 will be paid ; and if stolen, £5, on conviction of tho thief or thieves, on application either to Mr. WILLIAM M'CUtiLAGH ; or CHARLES M'CAULEY, publican, Cook's River-road. 1st July.
TOST, on 29th of June, a £2 Cheque, drawn by Mr. J Wolford, in favour of Mrs. Lorder, on the Commer- cial Bank, dated the 24th of Jane. Anyone bringing It to No. 30, Union-street, will be rewarded._
LOST, on 1st instant, between the School of Arts and
the Railway Station, a Handkerchief, containing three lady's dresses. Any one who will deliver the same to Mr. JOHN CALDWELL, groper, opposite the School of Arts, will receive £1 reward. Juno 15th.
LOST, on the night of the 22nd June, on the road be
tweon Campbelltown and Camden, one black Mare, with bridle and SRddlo on, 6 years old, about 14 hands high, long tail and biped ; heavy in foal ; the property of PATRICK M'MAHON. near Camden, who offers a reward of £1 on delivery of the mare at his place, or at Mr. THOMAS RYAN'S, Innkeeper, Campbelltown._
RICH BORDERED BROWN PARASOb, lined with
white, left on Tuesday afternoon, on tho rustió couch under the elm ti ee in the lswer Government Garden, near the gate-while tho B ind was playing. The finder will be
thanked and rewarded by returning it to 189, Liverpool
11HB HANDKERCHIEF picked up at the Masonic
Ball bas been received, but the recipient begs-to state that he feels no interest in the -person whose name the article bears. _ THEPËRSON who took a Bleck Velvet Cloak by
mistake, from on board the Dova, on Friday night, will greatly oblige the owner by leaving it at the Austra- lian Hotel, Lower George-street._ STRAYED on TUESDAY NIGHT from a Paddock at
Homebush, 58 Fat Cattle, branded B in diamond. Any one giving information to J. O'KEEFE, at Home bush, or Mr. H. BELL, 16*, Pitt-streat, will bo rewarded. STRAYED"Tnt<rmy Paddock on the 17th June, a
Chesnnt Horse, small star on forehead, branded IN on off side of neck, apparently N on near side ramp. The owner can have the same by paying the expense. JOHN WEBB, Farmer's ArmB, Parramatta Rood._ NOTICE.-The German "Band is 'ready to attend
Parties and Balls at any notice, and we live at 55, Riley-streat, Woolloomooloo. "The baidmaster's name is Mr. C. APPEL._._
NOTICE.-I will not bo responsible for aHy debts con-
tracted by ony of my crew. J. ROBERTS, master ship Araminta._
ÖTIOE.-The public is cautioned against receiving
two forms of notes of £20 each, Btolen from the Bank of Austialasia, which were numbered 653 and 654 respec- tively, with place of issue, data and signature left blank, but supposed to have sinco been filled up with forged writing. Sydney, 27th June, 1857._ I SUSAN PARKER, hereby give notice that a deed
J of separation has been exeouted between me a*d my husband, Thomas Parker, but what he has provided for me Is my own getting ; as to the children, he has not named them as yet, nor provided anything for them. I have yet to get cupport from him for the children. SUSAN PAR- KER, Balmain._
TO PUBLICANS, and nil whom it may concern.
WILLIAM BROWN, cordial manufacturer, 228, Elieabetli-street, Sydney. N.B.-JOHN CARRY, late salesman, has nothing more to do with this establishment.
\ YOUNG LADY wishes for an engagement as J\, Morning or Afternoon Governess. Music and French. Address 8. W., at Mr. Clarke's, bookseller.
APARI'MENTS.-Wanted, in the vicinity of WiUiam
street, an Unfurnished Roora. Address K. Z. B., HERALD Office;_ A SMALL Furnished House, with Stabling, required,
for a Medical Gentleman, near the Post Office. Apply X. Y. Z., HERALD Office._ BAKER winted. One accustomed to square bread.
Apply at 244, Kent-street South. _ 0ANDLEMÀKBR9. wanted.-COWAN and ISRAEL,
Albion Soap Works, Elizabeth-street South._ OOK and LAUNDRB33. Apply to Mrs. 'RUSSELL,
1, Eliz tbeth-terrace, William-street, between 10 1 and 12_;_ PERRY BOAT.-Wanted to purchase, a Btout, well
and strong baili Ferry Boat ; one that will carry about half a ton of heavy goods at a time. Apply at the Btoi-CB ot EGAN and SON, between 11 and 12 o'clock, .THIS DAY._
GENERAL SERVAN í Wanted, to-go to Camden,
" Apply THIS MORNING, at 100, Princes-street.
MEDICAL -A Partner wanted for the country. Ad _dress MEDICOS, HERALD Office._ MILLINER WANTED, for the Country. Apply _0.11, MAY, 31, Hunter-street._ PUBLICANS' LICENSE wantod ta purchase. Apply
immediately to MARTIN and HILL, 219, Georgo
BSiDKNT or VISITING TUTOR-A Gentletran, , captbleV imp irtlilg a sound English, Classical, and Mathematical E lu itio.i, is open to an engagement, ßux
204. PusfcOflW, sydney.
H!< QUIRK I), a Gentlenfan, who haï icceived a liberal
, etni-ati'in, as Preparatory Tutor lor four boys. HENRY OSBORNE, Marshall Mount, Illawarra.
SElrVAVT Wanted, as Cook and Laundress. Apply to
Mrs. PARSONS. Balmain._
SYDNEY INFIRiYlAUY mid DISPENSARY.-There
being vacancies in connection with the DtsLensary, gentlemen who aie desirous ot being candidates are re- quested to iurtvnrd their appliuations, accompanied by tes- timonial.), diplomas, &c, to the Rev. A, II. STEPHEN, at tho lufirmary, on or before MONDAY, the 6th July, at noon. Inclination as to the duties to be performed can be obtained from the house surgeon.
riM) MERCHANTS, Draper and others.-A Married X v Gentleman and his Son, wishes for an engagement to the diapery line. Salary not an object. Address to F. B., Post Office, SyJsey.
TO DRAPERS* ASSISTANTS.-Wanted, a Young
Man who thoroughly widerstand-* th« Haberdashery department. QOUTIN and GRIFFI THS, King-street.
rjlO CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS.-The advertiser, J. having a thorough knowledge of his bnsiness, wlBhes ti obtain a situation as assistant. Address A. B, HERAL»
_ class Coachman, one who understands horses, and
the making up of all cattle medicine, is open tor an engage- ment either In town or conntry ; he is married. Address
to B. B., Post Office, Bydney._
TO CATTLE OWNERS. - Manager or Drover.-A
Gentleman, of great experience in tile colony in the management of cattle, is anxious of meeting with an en- gagement as such, for any number of years that may be agreed on between both parties. Has no objection to any parts of the colonies of New South Wales or Victoria; or would, having had, also, much experience in that line, undertako tho driving of stock to the Port Pnil.ip market, or elsewhere. Will produce references as to character, respectability, and capabilities?, &c, &c. Addiess CATTLE,
ExrRESS Office, Armidale._'_
ANTED, a Nursemaid. Apply to Mrs. JOSEPH,'
WAINTED, a Sitting Room and Bedroi m, well fur-
nished, for a medical gentleman, with board, Eliza- beth-street, between Liverpool-street and Park-itreefc. Apply Dr. A., Gould's Post Office n»tol._<. T1TANTED, in a light and profitable Bu ¡no>s, in the' VV town, a P*ri,nérrS50 capital. Apply Tib. 5, Market Btreet._-_ fTT AN TED, by a resiieotablo female, recently ai rived in W the colony,1» a"' 'Slrtlatlon as Houfeekeeper, or to fill any office of trust and respectability. Address A. B., H RALD Office._._
WANTED, a Situation, by a min and his wife : tho
husband as gardener ; the wifn as laundress. Good references can be given. Apply to WILLIAM GREY, care of Mr. J B. Mummery, chemist. Ne« town.
mo PROPRIETORS of SHEEP.--A young married _ Man, without family, wishes for a oomtorUb'o home with the above, his services und also a bjnu* «ill be given. Address W. 0., No 2, College-bni'dings, J inison-streBt.
O BRICKMAKERS.-Wanted to be mode and
burned at Emu Plains, 100,000 blicks. Apply to R.
TO CAPITALISTS-Wanted, a Partner, to join a re
respectnb'e firm, possessing at least £1000 The business carriod on is capable of great increase, which is the sole object of the linn in advertising. References will be given and required. Strict confidence wi.l he observed. Apply by letter, A. H., HERALD Office._
ANTED, a competent Miller for the country. Ap- ply at Messrs. J. W. and 3. THOMPSON'S. Pitt-st
WANTED, a Lady, or Lady mid Gentleman, capable
of instructing a family in the country in the usual branch °s of an English education, the ¡ii ino, mid French. Tho person wiio teaches the latter must be either a native of Franco or have resided there sufficiently 1 'tig to speak the language correctly, and a certificate to that effect wotfd be required from a competent judeo. Fuithnr particulars on application to OLIVER STAINES, C.istlereagh-3treet, Sydney.
HARP.-Wanted, a wharf, for a term of j ears
Address WnARr, HERALD Office.
"ANTED, a, Couple,-tho man as Carter, the woman
as Genoral Servant, 165, Pltt-ftreot.
ANTED, Bullock Drivers. Apply a6 the Kent
ANTED, ii good General Servant, 70, Palmer-ttreet,
corner of Stanley-street, Woolloomooloo. '
WANTED, a gooí activó Storemai, acquainted with
pioduco. Apply, by letter, to PRODUCE", HERALD
"ANTED a quantity of Wood delivered at Newtown »f Railwaystation On SALE also 40,010 Bricks, at HAIGH and ASHLIN, agents, 2, Pitt-street, opposite Union Bmk_ WANTED, n Single man, to work In the buita. Must
be accustomed to drive a horse and cart Apply after 10 o'c'ock, to Mi. T. F. MATTHEWS, 79, Lower George-street._^___ WAN TLD, by a married man, with one child, a situa-
tion as Working Overseer, or Ploughman Goodre fi. renee gi\en Address 0 W, HERALD Ónice ,,
WANTED, a Cal i enter to make a few ti iss cases for
a shop "J GILLAM, Park-street_ ÏT7"ANTED, by a respectable middle aguí woman, ft V? situation as Upper Housomai I, housekeeper, or to attend on an mv ilid lady. No objection to the country. Y. Z., HERALD Office_ W-ANTED, by an eldorly to-nperuti MHB, who Isa
widowei-has no incnmbiance, and lias a perfect knowledge of accounts, a Situition, as C1 rk or Book- keeper, in town or country store Reference, as to charac- ter, &o, highly respeotable. Address, CURA, Freemason's Retreat, Woolloomooloo_
AN TED, an Upper Servant aud Housekeeper, for a
country hotel, also a Managing Nurse. English preferred H lIGH and ASHLIN, 2, Pitt stm>t North.
AN1ED, a strong active Boy WILLIAM MORRIJ,
shipwright Bithnrst-street West_ W w
ANTED, a General Servant. Apply to L KAURI:?,
ANTED, a Carpenter Applj to J DONOVAN,
1, Woolloomooloo-street.____, nXANTED, a~~Man who thoroughly understand-* the VV tnanagement of horses, to dme vnd make himself useful Apply, between 9 and 11 THI3 MORNING, to MBRRINGTON and CO, auctioneers, 128 Pitt-street.
ANTED, a Nurse Girl. Apply to Mrs E J.
SCRIVENER, 22S, New-bnlldings, George street.
WANTED, a General Seraant. Apply at No. 55,
WANTED, a Light Porter Apply to ISAAC MOSS,
521, George-street South
WANTED, Two House Painters. G. HEBDEN,
painter, &c , South Heid Road _ _ WANTED, atîardener, a Groom, and out-door Servant,
and a Témale Cook A married conple could fill two of these situations H B. BRADLEY, Margaret street. WANTED to Rent on Lease, with en option of pur-
chase, an Orohard, within ten miles of Sydney. Adlress ORCHARD, HERALD ffflce
ANTED, Two Bootmen Apply to Mt. FLETCHER,
138 George-street North
AN TED, a Housemaid Apply Gi eat Bl t tin Hútxl,
George sheet ' 7ANTED, a Groom , character from la t pi ice and
light weight mdi'-psnBab e Apply to 8 BUTTB, (between half pist 9 to 10 o'clock am) Wine, and Spirit Store, 387 George-°treet, opposite the Cathedral
WANTED, Immediately, a Sitting-room and Bedroom,
?Htll-fuuiisherl, for a gentlemm mid his wife, terms, not exceeding £2 per week HAIGH and ASHLIN, house agents, 2, Pitt atieet, opposite Union B.ink. ,
ANTED, a Situation, or Woik by Conti act, as an
Engine Fitter, or Carpenter , high st testimonial« of cbarnoter and ability can be s»en it A es^rs H \IGH and ASHLIN'S, agents, 2 Pitt-street Noi th
WAN FED, a Situation as Clerk or Wau houseman, by
rue who has aginoralknuwlo'geof htiMre«, refer- ences will be given Address to A B , HERALD Office.
WANTED, a roapectab o Married C opie vuthout chil-
dren-man as poaohman nnl girluier, wife as laundress and h use-servant, to competent pi rt,ons Hboral wagoa Apply to Mrs GARSED, WillowJJodge, Glebo/TI WANTED to Purchase, a House or Cottage bltuited
either at Balmain, Pjrmont, or Woolloomooloo. Terms must be moderate, for CUBII. Addross A. B C,
70, South Head Road
ANTED, a young English Woman, as General Servant ApplvatJ B TICKLE H 201, Gcorgo^st
ANTiliD a Pntestu t General Seivriit Apply, Ni».
15, Micquaric-street, 8 nth near Lyons-terrace.
AN TRD, a strong Boy Applj to J J. MADDEN,
butclur 486, Georgo-streot
ANTED a i ood Fittoi A.iptj to JOUJ. WARD,
Flour C unp iny'sWInrf_ _
WANITD, a Nursomiid C-nratter inilián°nsablp,
*pplv to Mrs FREDERICK LOGAN, Victoria
street, Darlu ghnrst
WAN ti D a Y u g Han, todiivo a bukei'it cart.
Aprly to J \Mh 3 W EIR C6 Wlllnro- treet f WANTED, a Bu chei Apply to Mi HOURIGAN,
Wllliam-stseet, Wcollooniooloi?, on or before
ANTED, a Boy ac ustomed to Horses and ablo to ride weil Apply to H GIB30N.95 Cut oroig -s
WAN1LD TO RENT.jv Small Cotta"e, plaüily bnt
neHly fuinUkedr^Jtli oso of Jinen, and domestio utehslls The nól^^bouTfcp^"oX*í<iduigton or .Nowtow n
HAßFINGEU ^¿»raÄtye «oi-inted with
the Iron trade wllj te ptWtwâ;-?4pply by lattr addressed Box 110. mfít di -^ j¿ ' <