PIG-NICS, Moving Furniture, Landing Emigrant« ¡and
Luggage. Steamers always ready for Hire. Balmain Steam Ferry, Gas Company's Wharf._
TEAM to BALMAIN from Gas Company's Wharf,
every ten minute1!. Fare9,3d.
TEAM to Balmain mid Pyrmont, from the foot of Era
klne-st. Faros, 3d. ¡ after 7 p.m., 6d. S. CROOK.
STEAM to MANTjY BEACH, from the Pheonix
Wharf, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATUR- DAY, and SUNDAY, nt 10 n.m., and 2 p.m., returning at noon and 4'30p m., calling at Woolloomooloo Bay._
AEKAMATTA STEAMERS.-Dm ¡ng the winter
lonths these Bwift and commodious boats ply as follows, viz.:
From Parramatta at 8 and 11 a.m., and 4 p.m. From Sydney nfc 9 a.m., 1.15 and 4 p.m.
Calling at the intervening piers.
An extra hoat leaves Ryde for Sydney at 7.45 a.m., and Sydney for Ryda at 6 p.m. Pheonix Wharf, 1st May.
STEAM to WOLLONGONG, KIAMA, and SHOAL
To WOLLONGONG, every MONDAY, TUESDAY, and
FRIDAY, at 11 p.m.; and on THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, at 9 a.m.
To KIAMA eTery MONDAY, TUESDAY, and FRIDAY,
at 11 p.m. ; and on THURSDAY, at 9 n.m.
To SHOALHAVEN overy TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at
11 p.m._ TEAM TO THE HUNTER.-The WILLIAMS, for
MORPETH. THIS MORNING, at 8 o'olooV. The PATERSON, TO-MORROW EVENING, at 11
TILMOUTH F. DYE, Manager.
H.R.N.B.N. Co.'a Wharf, foot of Market-street. July 27.
HË~A. S. N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS.
COLLAROY, to the HUNTER, TO-NIGHT,
(MONDAY), at 11.
CITY of SYDNEY, to MELBOURNE, TO-MORROW
(TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, at 3.
TARRAWARRA, to MORETON BAY and IPSWICH,
TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 8.
WARATAH, to WIDE BAY, WEDNESDAY, 5th
?Anglist, at 8 p.m.
8TEAMER to CLARENCE TOWN, TO-NIGHT
(MONDAY), at 11.
_JAMES PATERSON, Manager.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.-The LIVERPOOL AND
AUSTRALIAN NAVIGATION COMPANY'S steamer ROYAL CHARTER, »TOO tons, THOMAS TAYLOR, Esq., commander, will he despatched from Hobson's Bay at daylight on THURSDAY, the 13th of
Policies of Insurance on Gold by this vessel can ba ef- fected In London at 25s. per cent.
For particulars of rates of passage money and freight, upply to BRIGHT. BROTHERS, and CO.. Melbourne; or to ^HACKER, DANIELL, and CO., Sydney._
WOLLONGONG.-The ELT5ÍABBTH COnEN will
leave for this port THIS DAY, at 4 o'clock p.m. J. 3HOOBERT, Maitland Wharf, Sussex-street._ TT10R KEMPSEY, MACLEAY BIVBR. - The T KEMPSEY PACKET, schoonor, to sall on TUES- DAY next, weathor permitting.
For freight or passage apply on board, at the Union Wharf; orto GEORGE COLE30N, Market Wharf.
FOR PORT CURTIS diiect; goinir on in the Fitz-
roy, ifsufllolentinrfucementofl'ers. The COQ.UETTF, PARKINS, mnslor. will sall positively«» WEDNESDAY
next.MOLISON and HLACK, 5 , Macqnarie-place._
FOR tho MANNING RIVER.-The ketch LIGHT-
NING, 50 tons, M. SUGDEN, master, v<Iil sall a» above, on WEDNESDAY next.
For freight or passage, apply on board? orto HENRY
CLARKE, Victoria Wharf. _
FOR THE MANNING RIVER. - "The schooner
WOODPECKER will sail«3 above on TUESDAY,
For freight or passage apply to GEORGE CARTER Victoria Wharf. Freight to be paid in Sydney.
OR MELBOURNE direct.-To sail three davs after
arrival. The first-class clipper barque MONARCH, G. Rolly, commander, having nearly a full cargo ready, will
be despatched as above.
The passenger accommodation is very sunerlor
Cabiapassage. £5 5 0 Steerage ditto. 2 10 0
For freight or passage, apply to E. M. SAYERS, Port Phillip Packet Office, 177, George-street.
FOR GEELONG.-The VANQUISH, SCOTT master,
has still room for a few tons light freight. Shippen» are requested to pass entries and send in bills of lading, by noon, THIS DAY. "
MOLISON and BL4CK.5, Macqnarie-place._
ONLY VESSEL now LOADING for LAUNCESTON.
-The fine clipper schooner 8TAGHOUND, ELLIOTT, master.-This remarkably fast vessel is receiving cargo at Circular Wharf, and will sail about 25th
For freight or passage, having excellent cabin accom nodatlon'', apply to W. H. ELDRED ; or MOLISON and BLACK, 5, M»cqunrio-placp.
FOR AUCKLAND, with despatch.-The smart clipper
brig SaRAH, Captain FIRTH, will commence load- ing Immediately after her discharge inwards at the Com- mercial Wharf, and will sall within a few days.
&" For comfort and convenience this vessel's cabin aecommodatlons aro unrivalled in the trade.
For freight or passage apnly to JAMES MALCOLM nnd CO. ; or, -LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and. CO., 213, George-Btreet, Lloyd's Chambers._ FIRST VESSEL for AUCKLAND.-Loading at Cir-
cular Quay, Pltt-streot North.-The fine flrst-class rig MOA, 237 tors, Captain KEAN, will clear at Cus oms' TO-MOKROW. It is requested that nil goods o sent on board, and entrios passed without delny. Two cabin berths aro disengaged, and being the only vessel in the trade with superior cabin and steerago ac- commodation, early application Is necessary.
For freight or passage apply to JOHN ROBERTON
and CO., 3, Jamison-street.
ERTRUDE, Captain GRANGE, for AUOKLAND,
is now filling up at the Circular Quay.-Shippei s are requested to complete their arrangements, pass Customs' entries, and send in bills of lading-for signature by TO-MORROW EVENING, as the vessel will posi- tively sail to her appointed time.
For freight or pa»sage apply on board ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., 213, Goorge-Btreet, Lloyd's Cham bera._
FOR NELSON and PORT COOPER.-The fine first
class schooner JAMES GIBSON will commence loading for the above ports on MONDAY, 27th instant, and having a considerable portion of her cargo already engaged, will liavo quick despatch.
For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation?, apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 5, Mncinarie-placa.
POLLY, Captain HOLFORD. for WELLINGTON
"direct and NEW PLYMOUTH, now badine at the Grafton Wharf. All shipments must bo completed, bill« of lading sent in for signature, entries passed, nnd pasBRges engaged THIS DAY. to onable the vessel to clear at the Customs TO-MORROW.
LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers,
FOR WELLINGTON direct.-A regular trader.-The
fine fu°t-salling brigantino CHEETAH, 160 tons register, D. JOYCE, commander, having a largo portion of her cargo on board, will nieot with quick despatch. Haa
tuporlor cabin, intermediate, and steerage accommodation
For freight or passage apply to Captain JOYCE, on board, at the Flour Company's Wharf; or. to BUYERS and LBAKMOSTn.SCharlotte-plncB._ F~~OR CALCUTTA direct, -Will sall punctually on
WEDNESDAY, 5tU August, the clipper ship
GLEN ISLA, 1100 tons roister, j. b. LISTER, com-
This vessel is chartered by Mr. W. Burt, for convey- ance of a limited number of horses : has IO stalls disen-
gaged, Is thoroughly ventilated, and offers every advantage
ier safe conveyance of horses
, The callina are lofty and spacious.
Immediate application for passage or freight Í3 requested - íílpnptaln LISTER, on baird, at Circular Quoy, or to
WILLIS, MURRY, and CO., Bott*' Wharf.
FOR CALCUTTA. - The fine American ship
TELASSAR, Al, 475 tons register, B. H. LOVELL, commander, will sail for Calcutta on the 28th instint.
? For freight or passage apply to Captain LOVELL, on board ; or to FLOWER, SALTING, and CO., agents, 39, Hunter-Btreet._ HORSES for INDIA.-Notice to Proprietors of Horse
Stook.-The well-known horse transport ship ROYAL SAXON, WHITE, commander, is expected from Calcutta in July, and will sail again for that port, yin Torres Straits, on or before 15th August, and offers a geod opportunity for parties desirous of sending horses to that
Australian horses have been much enquired for lately in Calcutta, and the presont hostilities in the Persian Gulf will probably, to somo extent, Interfere with the usual supply of Arabs.
For terms and particulars apply to R, TOWNS and CO.
Town's Wharf. 22nd June._
FOR CALLAO direct. - The now Al coppered
clinpership DISRAELI, 779 tons register, ANDREW BLACK, commander, will sail on or about the 1st of August.
For passage apply to Captain Black, on board ; or to CAIRD, PATERSON, and CO., agents._
FOR CALLA 0.-The very superior Al ship
MATHILDE, 700 tons register, A. BALLABAY ER, Commander, will bo despatched in a few day?, and offers a very desirable opportunity for passengers to California.
Apply to Captnin BALLASAYBR, on board, Circular Quay ; or to BRIERLEY, DEAN, and CO., 178, George-street^_
LWiCWALL LINE OF PACKETS. - For
LONDON. - To sail 4th August, from Hobson'* Buy. The Al clipper ship AVON, Captain A. MACK WOOD, will sall as above. Has very superior accommo- dation for a few cabin and intermediate passengers.
For passage only, apply to Messrs. W. P. WHITE and CO., Melbourno ; or to JAMES MALCOLM and CO., 152, Goorg8-*ti-eot._
BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE, to follow the Omar
PaBha.-For Wool, Gold, and Passengers.-For LONDON, the splendid flrst-clasi ship CENTURION, 639 tons register, ROBERT MURRAY, command«, is now receiving cargo at the Circular Quay (opposite the steam wool press), and having a considerable portion en- gaged, vi 111 sall on or about tho 1st September.
For froight or passage apply to Captain MURRAY, on board, at the Circular Quay ; to BUÏBRS and LEAR- MONTH, Charlotte-placo; or to 3. D.GORDON,Bridge street. _
FOR LONDON.-With quick despatch. The Al fast
sailing Aberdeen clipper ship, MAID OF JUDAH, 750 ton?, ISAAC MERCHANT, master. This superior and favourite vessel will sail at an early date, and affords one of the most desirable conveyances for passengers. She Is noted for the quick regularity of her passages, carries an experienced surgeon, and her accommodations are well known and prized for their comfort.
Apply to Captain MERCHANT, on board, Circular Qnay j or, to BRIERLEY, DEAN, and CO., 178, George-street.
fTlELASSAl!, from NEW YORK. - All accounts X against the above vessel must be rendered in dupli- cate by noon THIS DAY, or thpy will not he recognised
FLOWER, SALTING, and CO., agents. 39. nunter-stroet. , I
FOR SALE, a 15-ton Punt, coppered.' Apnly J.
HARRAP, Croft's Wharf, King-stroat. .
TO SHIPWRIGHTS, SAILMAKERS, Ac. - TEN-
DERS will be received, In duplicate, until noon, on TUESDAY next, the 28th instant, at the office of the undersigned, for the following repairs to theübarquo Maori, now lying near the Gas Company's Wharf:
Bottom to bo flighted, zinc and wood sheathing to be
strippod off, fastenings under to be examined, tho- roughly horsed aHd caulked, and ro-sheathed with 1-inch kauri over chunam, and sheathed over with
To coulk wales, topside«, stanchenns, waterways, and
the bottom from stem to stern throughout.
Renew 10 stancheons , ,
Covering board, 38 feet 10 inches by 4J inches ' Main bulwark, 26 feet by 2 feet 6 luches by
Main channel guard-board to be repaired.
Renew bnlwaik, 32 feet by 1 foot 2 inches by 1J inch
> Maintopsall brace chock
1 Minen trussel tree?.
Repair waterway seam?, covering board, quiok-work,
&c, where strained and opened Bowsprit and ironwork Mainsail
LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.J agents, Lloyd's chambers, 218, George-Btreefc.
P.S.-Tenders to state whether for heaving down, haul- ing on te tho Patent Slip, or docking.
NOTICE to MERCHANTS and SHIPOWNERS
The Proprietors of the Patent Slip, Sussex-street, now take vessels on their slip at one-half of their former rates. Work done with despatch. Copper, metal, felt, and all kinds of materialsfor Ship-building, always on hand.
IMMIGRANTS per ALFRED.-Notice is hereby given
that the undermentioned persons, for whom passoges were provided to this colony, in pursuance of deposits made in the Treasury hero, unde'r the Remittance Regulations, have arrived in the ship Alfred, and that they will be pre- pared to join their friends-the singlo females from the institution, Hyde Park Barracks, on and after their arrival there, and the married families and single men from the ship, at noon, on MONDAY, the 27th instant.
Name of Immigrant. | Name of Dejositor. Kowen, Michael
Bowen, Cornelius Craggy, John
Margaret William Sarah Sarah
Mary A. Mary A. Edmund " John
M'Namara, Michael Madigan, Michael Mooney, John
Mary Mary O'Kelly, John
Mary Bowen John Bowen Bridget Post
Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto
Ditto, Ditto Ditto Ditto .' Ditto
Margaret Madigan Jeremiah Moore
H. H. BROWNE. Agent for Immigration. Government Immigration Office, Sydney, July 25th.
IMMIGRANTS PER ALFRED.-The Married and
Single Male Immigrants for engagement by the above vessel can be hired on board THIS DAY, Monday, the 27th instant, between the hours of one and four p.m", and on the following days between the hours of ten a.m. and
Their trades and callings, and the number of such call- ings, are as follow», yiz. ;
M rried. Unmarried, Schoolmaster ... . I . O Bookbinder . 1 . 0 Plumber and painter s ... 1 . O Gardeners . I . 3 Wheelwrights. 2 . O Blacksmiths . 3 . 0 Stonemason . O . 1 Carpenters ,. 2 . 3 Bricklayer . I . O Sawyers- . 2 . 0 Quarrymnn . I . O Grooms. 3 . 1 Miner. O . 1 Agricultural labourers ... 58 . 83
The ship will be anchored at the usual anchorage off
H. H. BROWNE, Agent for Immigration. Immigration Office, Sydney, 27th July, 1857.
N.B.-Labour agents entering Into any arrangements with these immigrants on account of their constituent«, will be required in every case to lodge in the hands of the officer from this députaient on bourd, written authorities from such constituents, empowering them to sign agree ments on their behalf._
QERVANTS FOR UP THE COUNTRY.-There are Ö in the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, sovoral young Women, for whom, in consequence of their having children, it is difficult to provide situations in Sydney. As it is pie suraed the children would not bo so great an objeotion to families in the interior, their attention is called to the Bubject.
All particulars may b3 ascertained upon application at the Asylum, Sydney; or by letter, addressed to the Assistant Secretary, at his office there.
N.B.-Most of thewomen rtfetred to have been in places
as domestic serrants.
Sydney, 25th July, 1857._ FREEMASONRY.-Lemster Marine Lo Ige of Aus-
tralia, Np. 5GC.-Emergency MEETING of members TniS EVENING, at the nail, Ynrk-stree*, at 7 p.m. .punctually. By order of lb o W. M., J. FA LK, secretary.
PERSONS ADVERTISED FOR.
H. NEWMAN, please Iciïl at the Syiney Foundry,
12 a.m._ J" ~OHN WRIGHT, of BARTON-COURT.-Should this
meet the eye of JOHN WRIGHT, he will hear from his FATHER, by calling on Captain LORING, R.N., H.M.S. Iris ; or ^ARTHUR HODGSON, 152, George street, Sydney._ LEADOCIA CAMPBELL, who left England, about
1834, for Sydney.-Her Brother, RICHARD GARDNER, is now at the Australian Hotel,' George street, and would he glad to hear from her.
OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. - Sole lessee and
manager, Mr. James Simmonds.-By command and under the immediate patronaao an1 presence of his Excel- lency Sir WILLIAM DENISON, K.C.B , Ac, and Lady DENISON. Last Night but seven of the Opera Season, and of the Farewell Engagement of Madame ANNA BISHOP, previous to her departure for South America.
THIS EVENING, July 27th, the performances will commence with Bellini's favourite opera of LA SONNAM BULA. Couut Rodolpho, Mr. Farquharson ; Elvino, Mons. Lagloise ; Alessio, Mr. R. Stewart ; Notary, Mr. Fisher ; Aminn,- Madame Anna Bishop ; Lisa, Madame Sara Flower ; Thercse, mother te Aminn, Mrs. Guerin. Conductor, Mr. George Loder. After the Opera, the Oí diestra will perform a Grand Valse entitled, THE BIRD OF PARADISE, with Solo on the Flageolet, by Mr. KOHLER. The dramatic performances, with a first-class company, will be resumed at tho close of the Opera Season. Opera Nights-Monday, Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday. Pi lees of Admission-boxes to hold eight person», £2 10s. ; singla tickets, Ga. ; stalls, 5s. ; upper boxe«, 4s ; pit, 2i. Oil. ; gallery, Is. Doora open at half-post seven, commence at eight.
TOOYAL VICTORIA THE ATRE. - W. II. IX STEPHENS* Faiîeïvkli. Benefit, and positively LAST APPEARANCE in Sydney, will take place on
WEDNESDAY EVENING next, July 29th.._
LYCEUM ASSEMBLY ROOMS (late Lyceum Theatre)
- Lessee, Mr. James Simmonds. - TO-NIGHT (Monday), First GRAND BAL MASQUE.-Opening of
ritOGRAMMC OF DANCES.
11. Quadrille 1. Quadrille 2. Polka
3. Schottische 4 Quadrille
5. Deux temps 6. Polka
8. Quad! ¡He 9. Polka
13. Sohottlsohe 14 Quadrille
15. Deux temps
16. Polka . , 17. Waltz
18. Quadrille 19. Polka
20. Sir Roger de Coverty. Director, Mr. George Beaver.
i f Master of the Ceremonies, Mr. lnderweok.
Doors open at 9, dancing to commence at 10.-Vivat Regina.
Box office open to-day from 11 till 5, and at J. Fryer's, printer, George-street.
YCEUM ASSEMBLY ROOMS(lateLyceura Theatre).' - Will open for the season, with a GRAND BAL MASQUE, THIS EVENING. Gentlemen's tickets, 5s. Ladles' ditto, 2s. 6d.
ADAME ANNA BISHOP begs most respectfully
to announce to her friends and the public of Sydney that her FAREWELL BENEFIT will tske place, at the Victoria Theatre, on THURSDAY Evening, July 30th.
PRINCE OF WALES'S THEATRE.-BURTON'S
NATIONAL CIRCUS.-The last week of Mons. Klaer, and the French Troupe of Monkey Arti'tes and their Canine Stud?. First appearance of Mon;. Klaer as the Bottle Imp, or the Glittering King of the Crystal Pyra- mid», without doubt the most wonderful performance in equilibrium over wltnessod. The well-trained horses, the beautiful scenes and acts nightly Introduced by the eques- trian«, aro hailed with delight by crowded and admiring
YDNEY MECHANICS' SJOliOOL OF AKTS.
Notice is hereby given, that a Special General Meet- ing of the Members of the Irstitution, will be held, in tbeli Hall, THIS EVENING, V>e 27th instant, to confirm tho resolutions passed at the Special Meeting, held on Monday Evening, July 13, and " to give power to the General Committee, in toims of 5th law section 7, to alienate such land, promises, and other property now owned by the Institution, as the Committee may deem neces-
Tho Meeting will commence at half-phst 7 o'clock.
By order of the Committee. JOSEPH DYER, secretary.
SCHOOL OF ARTS' LECTURES.-On TUESDAY
EVENING next, July 28th, a Lecture will be de- livered by Mr. 0. SMITH in thoHall of the Institution, on ! « The Distinguishing Characteristics of the Present Age." Members will bo admitted on the production of their cards of membership, and are entitled to introduce two ladle». The doora will bo opened at 7 o'clock, and the lecture will commence at half-past 7 precisely._
INDSOR DEBATING SOCIETY.-The Rev. T. 0. EWING, of Pitt Town, will deliver a lecture, at the Society's room. Barracks, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 29th instant, to commence at half-past 7 o'clock. Subject; "Mental Culture." Tickets to be bad through memberB. JOHN A. WALKER, hon, sec._
U3TRALIAN GENERAL ASSURANCE COM
PANY.-Notice is hereby given, that the dividend of 10 per cent, on the paid up capital of this Company, for the half year ended 30th June, will be payable to the Pro- prietors on and after THURSDAY, the 23rd July. JOHN P. GIBSON, Secretary. Sydney, 23nd July, 1857
YRMONT BRIDGE COMPANY.- (Incorporated by
Act of Council.)-Notice is hereby given that a Half-Yearly General MEETING of tho Proprietors of the above Company will be held at this Office, on MON- DAY, the 27th insUnt, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of receiving a Report of the Directors for the half-year ended the 30th ultimo, and for such other busii
nesB as moy be brought before the meeting.
THOMAS SMITH, Sseretary.
Pyrmont Bridge Company's Office, Lloyd's Chambers,
George-street, 15th July, 1857,_ EWCA3TLE COAu AND COPPER
COMPANY.-Incorporated by Act of Council. Notice is hereby given that a Half-yearly General MEET- ING of the Shareholders in the above Company will be held in the Office, Exchange-corner, Sydnoy, on THURSDAY, the thirtieth day of July instant, at 11 o'olook a.m., to re- ceive the report of the Directors for the six mouths onded 30th June, 1857 ; to elect a Director in the room of Wil- liam Fanning, Esq., who retires hy rotation, and two audi- tors in the room of Henry Ferris, and Samuel Hodgson Smyth, Esqrs, all of whom are eligible for re-election ; and to transact such other business as may be bronght
before the meeting, in terms of the Company's deed of
Candidates for the office of Director are required to give notice In writing to the Board of Directors, fourteen days .at the least before the day of election.
By order of the Board,
JOHN PHILIP PERRY, Secretary.
N. C. and 0. Co.'s Ofliee, Sydney, 7th July._*_ NEWCASTLE OOAL ond COPPER COMPANY.
WILLIAM FANNING, Esq., has given the re- quisite notice that ho Is a CANDIDATE for Election as a Director of this Companv, at the Half-Y early General Meeting of Shaieholdors, to be hold on THURSDAY, the 30th instant. JOHN P. PERRY, seoretary. Sydney, 9th July. 1857._
THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY.-Notice is hereby given that an ad- journed Half-yearly General MEETING of the Proprietors of this Company will be held at the Offices, Sussex-street, on FRIDAY, the 31st instant, at threo o'clook p.m. By order of the Board. JAMES PATERSON, Manager. A.S.N. Co.'s Office«, Sydney, 25th July._ "VTOTICBto the OPERATIVE SLATERS of Sydney 1^1 and Suburbs.-A Meeting will be held at Mr. W. King's, Spread Eagle, Pitt-street, on TUESDAY, tim 28th July, at 8 o'clock, on business of importance._
SYDNEY LAND AND BENEFIT BUILDING
SOCIETY.-Notice Is hereby given that a Special General MEETING of the Shareholder* of this Society will be held at tho Society's Office, 231, George-street, THIS DAY, Monday, the 27th instant, at half-past 12 o'clock.
Bj oider of the Board of Directors, J. B. TREE VE,
110 the ADMIRERS of puie bied CATTLE.-To
be seen TO-DAY and TO-MORROW, at tho (daughter yards of SULLIVAN and CO., twenty pure bred fat Heifers, from the herd of JOHN LEE, Esq.. Bathurst._
SAIOND'S HOTEL.-The friends and patrons of
F. II. OSMOND are Invited to a Subscription I DINNER, for the re-opening of the Hotel, on WEDNES- DAY next, 29th Instant, at half-past bíx o'clock. Tickets to b3 had at the Hotel. Vivat Regina !
BALL and SUPPER.-Mr. ISAAC OH APPLE, cf the
Fanier's Arma, Newtown, begs to inform his friends and the public in general that lie intends giving a BALL and SUPPER on MONDAY EVENING, 27th instant. Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock, supper at 12. Double tioket.s 4«. ; single ditto, 2¡». 6d. _,,
¡M K.J. CLARK'S Dress Qu'idi ille Weekly Assembly I Vi TUI3 EVENING, Monday, at the-New Hal!, Elia tbeib-Btreet North. A full quadrille band will be in attendance. Dancing will commence at half-j ast 8 o'clock,
and clo-o at half-past 11 p.m.
ThTüBBIsTTreTioVED. Apply 17, York-street, next
» li _ to P.rfcer's I_"lly Hotel. _ '_' " '
THISrBVKNINR (Monday), Jnly 27th, a PUBLIC
TRA MEETING will be held. Tea on the table at half-pasf 6 o'clock. .Ticket«, Is. 6d. each. After which, a PUBLIC MEETING will be held. Chair to bo taken at half-pasl-? o'clock, when several ministers and gentlemen will address the meeting-, and Interesting accounts of the Mission will be given._,
O THE FRIENDS OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONS.
Fellow Christians,-A fow years back, a society was formed in Sydney, Auxiliary to the London Missionary Society, with the view of extending the work begun in earlier yem-s ty native teacher«, in Wester« Polynesia. The Revs. Messrs. Creag and Jones were accordingly settled at Mare, one of the Loyalty gronp of Islands, some two years
since. They have been favomed with great success,-have , built several chapel», some capable of holding 700 or 800 persons-»snd bave established large day and Sunday schools. A great number ofthe people have renounced their heathenism, and put themselves under the Instructions of these missionaries. Reports have just been rcc3¡ved, which sptyk most oheeringly of every branch of the mis-
sion work. . ?»
Their greatest difficulties and discouragements arise from the want of various tools and implements which are required to further the progress of the natives In civilized industry-and which ara not generally included in mis- sionary »applies. Besides, the house occupied by Mr. Creagh h&r, »een burned down, whilst lie was on a visit to tho more distant tribes of the island. niB books, furniture, papers, stook of medicines, and other stores woio destioyed by the fire, the origin of which is unknown.
Within the last three weeks meetings have .been held and collections made in Sydney, chiefly among the Presby- terians and Congregationalists. The proceeds of such collections will, however, be needed to meet the current expenses of the mission, leaving the above-mentioned special wants unprovided for. As the parent Society num- bers amongst its friends adherents of most of the Piotos tant denominations of England ; and as tliero seems to be a growing impression that the islands of the Soutli Seas hare peculiar claims upon the churches of this and neighbouring colonies, a special appeal is made to tho Christian'^ublic, for the supply of.these'unforeseen, and therefore unsupplied wants. '
There will propably bo an opportunity of sending to the Islands In the course of a few weeks, and therefoio a prompt leply to thi| appeal Is earnestly solicited, either in money
or goods. ' i
The articles more particularly needed include,-tools fit for rough carpenters' work, such ob pit, cross-cut, and other sawB, adzes, hammmers, chisels, nails, Ac, ; ironmongery, as looks, hinges, Ac. ; stationery, for writing and printing ; olothing, of any and every common kind; remnants of print, calico, Ac. ; olothing, although half worn, if securely packed, will bo acceptable.
Any friend who will send ,nny of these articles for the nse of the mission, addressed to the stores of Messrs. J. W. and 3. Thompson,. No. 109, Pltt-streot, will enjoy the greatest of all luxuries-that of doing good. The Christian benevolence of the citizens of Sydney is confidontlj relied on foi'a heartv re«pon«o to this application.
JOSEPH BEAZLEY,! Joint Secretaries, Auxiliary N. II. BAGAR, I London Missionary Society.
ATHOLTC COLLEGE, in connection with the
UNIVERSITY.-At a Piellminary Meeting, hold at
St. Mary'« Seminary, on Friday evening, the 24th instant, His Grace the1 ArchblBhop preMding, it was unanimous!} resolved that in aggregate meeting of the Catholics of tho Archdiocese be held in St. Mary's Cathedral, on TUES- DAY next, the 28th lnsUnr,«t7 p m._
YDNKY "BETHEL UMION.-The artjournad meeting
of the General Committee will talca placo THIS AFTERNOON, atjbnr o'clock p.m. precisely, in tho Mariners' Temporary Church, Circulor Quay, for despatch of business, and to receive the report of a deputation to his Excollenoy the Governor-General. Captains f ivourabio to the institution are respectfully invited io attend.
| _L. E. THRELKELD, minister.
COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF
SYDNEY.-Notice is hereby given that a Half yearly General Meeting of the proprietors of this institu- tion, will be held in the Banking House on TUESDAY, the 28th Instant, at noon, to receive tho report of the Directors, for the half-year ending 30th Juno last; to elect a Director ¡n the room of Henry Gilbert Smith, Esquire, who retires by rotation ; to elect two Auditors for the ensuing year ; and tojtrnnsact such other bnslne»s as may be brought before the meeting. ZACHARY INGOLD, Manager. Sidney, 7th July.
By the 54th clause of the Deed of Settlement, proprietors becoming candidates for the oïfice of director aie required to give notice'at the Bank of their intentions 14 days prior to the day of election.
OMAIERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYD
NEY.-WALTER LAMB, E«qnire, has given the requisite notice that he Is a CANDIDATE for election as a Director of this Bank, at the half-yearly goneral meeting of shareholders, te be held on TUESDAY, the 28th Instant.
T 'ZACHARY INGOLD, Manager. Sydney, 8thjjuly, 1857.
METROPOLITAN BUILDING SOCIETY. -
Advances on shares will be made to Members at the Monthly Çojributlon Meeting, on MONDAY, the
3rd August next, .tt G p.m.
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, Manager.
Exchange-corner, Pitt-street, 23id Jnly, 1857._
ARRAMATTA.-Anelent Order of Foresters, Court,
Pride of Australia. No. 2488 of 8vdney District, in- tends celebrating its FIRST ANNIVERSARY with a Procession, Dinner. Ball and Supper, on the 27th instant. It is hoped the^iroihers of the various Courts will attend in full regalia. The procession will start from the Rail- way Station at Parramatta, sharp li o'clock, a m. Tickets for the Dinner and Ball, which will be held at the spaclons room adjoining the Red Cow Hotel, to be hnd from the C. R. of each Court in Sydney, and from the Committee at Parramatta. ' _
HOLESALE Wlno and Spirit Merchants, who have
paid the registration fee required by the Act of Council, 30 Victoria. No. 37, and who ara of opinion that it is desirable a GENERAL MEETING of the TRADE should be cslled to take into consideration the said Act, are requested to attend a PRELIMINARY üfEETING, at tlie Metropolitan Hotel, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 28th
instant, at 3 p.m.
LECTORAL LTSfS for the SYDNEY'nTÍMLBTS
and NORTH and 80UTH RIDINGS of the County of CUMBERLAND, in the Polic3 District of .Sydney, for 1857 and 1858.-Notice is hereby given that Courts of Revision, for the purpose of revising the lists of electors in the Sydney Hamlets,1 and North and South Ridings of the county of Cumberland, in the Police Dis- trict of Sydnej', for the year« 1857 and 185S, ns also the lists of persons claiming to have their names inserted thereon, will be boldon hythe Justices of the Peace assem- bled in Petty Sessions for the Police District of Sydney, at the Central'Police Office, George and Yoik streets,
Sydney, as follows :
Sydney Hamlet», Friday, 7th August, at 11 a.m.
North Riding, Tuesday, 11th August, at 11 a.m. (1 Z 'r South RldiHg, Tnmsdiiy, 13th August, at 11 a.m. * .
By order of the Benor,
GEO. WARBURTON. Clerk of Petty Sessions. Central Police Office, Sydney, July 25th._
SYDNEY OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION,for Di<ea«e
of the EYE. 9 to 11. Dr. BBRNOASTLB, IO, Wynyard-squaro.
OTICE.-Whereas great COMPLAIN I'S have been
made by travellers for me having any connection with the coach leaving Parramatta at 11 o'clock (a.m ) and Peurith at 2 p.m , in "consequence of the enormous fares charged by the said conch. This is to acquaint the public that I discountenanced tho Increase of fare, and have now, no Interest in the *nid coach, but wish to inform persons travelling between Sydney, Parramatta, and Penrith thatj. my coaches will leave daily (at ieduned faros) from the, places, and at the hours herennder specified;- v
i Booking. Offices.
Bransgrove's, Great Britain a.m. I A m. p m. p.m.
Hotel, George.'street, Sydney, * .
i leaves ... ' ". ... 9 45 ... 4 15 5 30 Beatson'B, Commercial Hotel,
Penrith, leaves ... . ... 2 018 0 2 0 ...
Fares by the above coaches, from and to Parramatta and Penrith, 4s. eacK ? ' v
ROBERT ELLIOTT, mail contractor, Penrith', 10th
July. î .
'J?. A. SALMON, proprietor of the Rose Inn, Penrith,, begs to return his thanks for the liberal patronage he has received since his return to the above establishment, and to
inform them that his hotel is also a booking-office for the I i wholo of Air. Elliott's coaches, including tho Sydney j
i Penrith, naii,ley, and Bathurst maila.
OLLOWAY'á OINTMENT and PILLS.-The rapid ' cures effected by the Ointment, In cases of indolent soreH, discharging u'cer.«, white swellings, ttiff joint?, en- largements of the gland», and all the varieties of Scrofula, may be classed among tile most wonderful phenomena of the healing art, and bo, in truth, they are doomed, a?, with one voice, by the entire Australian medical corps. The sufferer H never in doubt for an hour as to the result. The pain is almost ¡ustantaneou-ly soothed by the preparation, and from day to day the cure visibly progrcssOä under the eyes of the patient, until at last the inflammation, swelling, or suppuration entuoly disappears. The Pills, In'the meantime, improve tne general health, and in djspepsi?., liver ^complaint, a'idaflVctiona of tho bo'vels, are absolut
i specifics. Sold at j hu establishment of Piofc-bor Holloway,
244, Strand (near 'iMmple Bar), Lordon, and 80, Maiden lane, New York; clso, by all respectable druggists and dealers in medicines throughout tht> civilised weld, nnd in all parts of Ansti.illa, r.t the following pi ¡ces:-Is. 61., 3s. 6d., and 5*. 6d. eaoh pot. C3* There is a considerable saving by taking tho larger sizes. N.B. Directions for the giiidoBCQ Of ju'.iei-ta in tvery disorder sue aifteüd "i
each pot. \< *
MR. INSLEY'S Photographlo Skylight Gallery.
"" Daguerreotype«, Talbotypes, Collodiotypep, taken and Coloured. Largest size taken in the colony, 50s. ; smallest ditto, 10s.-frames and cases to match included.
TORNING and SON, Gasfitters, BraBS Finisher?, . and Plumbeis ; beer-engine?, spirit fountains, made and repaired. 4, Macqusrie-placc._ A TORNING aud SON, have just received a large
a quantity of Tin and Lead Piping. 4, Macquarle
DR. L F. SACHS may be consulted homcoopatlncally
at Bilmain, and at Sydney, from 2 to 4. No. 1, Charlotte-placo, LyonB-buildings._
Ü BUIST and SON, Pianoforte MaKers.-Pianofortes
» repaired, tuned, and removed. 19, Bridge-stieet.
DO YOU WANT YOUR PIANO TUNED?-Applv
to Mr. WOODS, piano tuner, &c, &c, Market and
YEii, Silk and Woollen Dyer, Scouier, and Presser,
Goiilburn-street, near Crown Inn, S 'dney.
FURNITURE carefully Removed by Sn ¡ng Vans,at 5».
per hour, or by contract D. B0I3T and £ON, Bridge-street._'_
FRENCH.-OUendorffM Method.-Lidies' and Gont'e
men'H Evening Classe«. Mr. OURTIg, 15, Palmor-tt. C7~GLUF, Geneial Labour Agi.ï.t. Sei vante Mied . loi town anï country. 47, Pitt-stieet Njrth. __,;
rTjTIíMANUEL, Dentlst~(ë7tabllshed ¡ii~Sydnoy,
1842). No. 183, George-street, rear Empike Ofllce. MR. J. P. MACKENZIE, OUIcial Assignee, and Stook
and Share Broker, No. 6, El z ibeth-fctreet._
MR**. STAINES' Female S.n.mts' Cfllce, coi nor of
King and Castlereagh streets._ LIVER. STAINES, British and Foreign Labou Agent,
comer of Klncr and Castlereagh streets.
rTACCÍNATION, Dilly, ot the Apothccirios' Hall, V Wiiliam-ptreet, Woollromeo'or-, by J. C. HORNER.
PRITCHARD, REMOVED from 28, ßiidge-street, « to 217, Geoige-street, opposite Bank of New South Walor._J_
MR. WOODCOCK, Surgoon, 'removed fiom 206,
Liverpool-st. to 55, Pitt-st. North, opposite MessiB.
Foib', chemists/ _
0~T I O ,B OF REMOVAL - J. FRAZER bega to inform his friends and the public that, be has removed his business from Sussex-street to those central and commodious Stores, No. 16, York Btreat, Wyina' d-squa' e. Sydnfay, Ju'y 22nd._ rjlAKE NO PICE.-That the City Coioner's Office is J. REMOVED to Hyde Park, Bauacks, a few doors from tliB Court of ltequäst'. AU repaits to be sent there
in future._' _ rVlHE UNDERSIGNED, having commenced an JL EVENING FRENCH CLASS», Lhas still some va
cuicles. Term«, liberal. Addie« W. W,, Post Office.
OSEPH PRITCHARD bags to return thanks to Ms
numerous customer, fur past favours, and begs to Inform thorn and the public In general that . ho has now oponed- his shop, 217, George-stieet, and. respectfully solicits their custom. His present stock of boots and shoes will be found on inspection good and cheap.
fjnitANSFERS and LEASES of LAND, 'Ac, Ac J. Mr. SMART, Certificated Conveyancer of thebnpreme Court, begR to notify to all parties buying, selling, or mort- gaging lands that, in oidortoremovenllcmses of complaint on account of tim great delay and henvy expense too fre- quently i attending such transaction?, ho has resolved to prepare deeds of every description with the greatest care mid despatch, and on moderate terms. Tlw attention of small capitalist!-, desu oils of investing in town or cmntry propel ty, is particu'arlv invited, as they will be enabled, In or.llnary cases wheie the purchase money does not exceed £100, to have their deeds completed for £3 3t. Tiansfers of grants Irom the Crown, shoit will , and agreements completed in two hours. Money advanced on deposit of deeds 40, Eliz ibeth-streot, Sydney.
110 the RESIDENTS of WOOLLOOMOOLOO.
Messrs. L GAUDERE and CO, beg to announce to their friends, Ac, that they have recen ed from London, per Maid of Judah, a very gi e*t assortment of Stationoi y of thoveiy bestquality, such as damask, goftered and tlncK ¡vorv cteatn-laid paper in 4to. and in 8vo. ; adhesive double thick ciean.-'aid goffered and damask envelopes ; îuled foolscaps, gilt edge . note paper, tissue piper, japan ink, steel pens of the very best quality, cream laid copy hookp, account nnd memorandum books, Ac, now on SALE, at No. 12 , William-street. Also, round and oval ulobe», silk hats, Frrnch stationery, children's fancy article«, china ware,cut glass candlestick«, tooth and cloth brushes, musi- cal boxes, sponge«, combs, ladies', gentlemen'«, and children's ga'o-hes, lately m rived.
ÏSS S. E. LESTER bega to inlorm lur friends that
tho Duties of hei Establishment aie carried on at Arlington House, Parramatta Road, Ashfield, Terms : 12 guineas per quarter. Accomplishments, Ac. extra.
rnO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS and OTHERS.-Mr.
JL JOHN KINLOCH, 15.A., Syd., lus leisure for one
pupil. No. 14, Francis-street.
T~TTÊ KING'S SCHOOL, PARRAMATTA.
Head Master, Rev. F. Armitage, M.A., Oxon.
Classical Department. Modern Depaitment.
Rev. F. Armitage. H. S. Hawkins, Esq., M.A.,
Assistant Master. _ ' St. John'n College, Cam Mr. J. N. Flower. . r , bridge.
Master in Modern Lan- Assistant Master,
gnages. i Mr. Williams, i
Mr. Baedeker. < Master in Ködern Lin
* . guage».
Mr. Hamburger. LOWER SCHOOL.
Master. Asbi-tant Master. Mr. Robinson. Mr. Parst.n»,
Boy&* who have been one year in the school aro eligible to three exhibitions of £100 per annum, each lasting for four years to any of the Home Universities.'
There is also a scholarship of :£25 per aurinra, held by a boy in the school. '*
The next election of an exhibitioner and scholar will take place at Christmap. ' i
Boarders aro received bv Mr. ARMITAGE in' the school-house, and by Mr. HAWKINS, at Norfolk House,
Church-street. . .
Terms:-For boarders, £16 16s. per quarter; day
scholars, £4 4s. per quarter.
There is an entrance fee of £5 5s. for a boarder, and £1 18s. for a day scholar, to be paul in advance, i
Boys' are requ»stcd not to bring with them bed, bedding, or anj thing but their personal clothes.
<V No notice required before removal. The school re- opened on THURSDAY, July 23id.
THE MEDICAL OF THE MILLION.-Philosophy
and fact. HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
THE EXCITING CAUSE OF SICKNESS.
The blood is the life-sustaining agent. It furnishes the components of flesh, bone, muscle, nerve, and integument. The stomach in its manufactory, the veins its distributors, mid the intestines the channel thorough which the wa-te matter rejected in ita production is expelled. Upon the stomach, the ciiculatlon,(and the bowels, these pills act simultaneously, relieving indigestion, purifying the fluids, and regulating the excretions.
THE NATIONAL COMPLAIM.
Dyspepsia is the most common disease among all classes in thiscountiy. It assumes a thonsund shapes, and is the primary source of innumei able and dangerous maladies; but whatever its type or symptom», however obstinate its resistance to ordinary prebciiptions, it yields readily ana rapidly to this searching and mtrrying remedy,
« BILIOUS AFFECTIONS.
The quantity and quality of the bile are of vital import- ance to health. Upon the liver, the glnnd which secretes this fluid, the pills operate specifically, infallibly rectifying Us irregularities, and effectually caring jaundice, bilious i remittent«, and all the vaiieties of disoase generated by an
unnatural condition of the organ.
* ' " A WORD TO THE FEMALES.
The local debility and irregularities whicb are the special annoyance of the weaker sex, and'whioh, when negleo'cd, always shorten life, aro rolieved for the time being and pre- vented for the time to come, by a course of this mild but thorough alterativo. - , N
Sold (ti tho establishments of Professor Holloway, 244, rt'-aii I (near Temple Bir), London,'and 80, Malden Lane, Now Yo.-k; sino, by all respectable dinggiats and deilers In niMJio'M« throughout the civilised world, at the follow injr pi ices:-la. 6d., Si. Gd., and 5«. Gd. each box.
IST There is a coiiBÍderab'o saving by taking the
larger sizes. '
N.B.-Directions for the guidance of pationts, in every .ditOlder, aro affixed to each box.
' iiil sold wholesalo by tho agent, JOHN BIRRBLL, 47, y'ing-street, Sydney._
DANCING.-Australian Assembly Room, 65, SusBtx
istreet, opposite the Patent Slip.-OpenereryMonday, Tuesday, Thru »da', Fiidny, and Saturday evoningp. Ad- mission, is.; lad»", grati«. B. SHAPTER, propiletor.
£C* BOKU.1 v .'. bp given to any parly who will pro
._) vida toi > ndvertleei a permanent Situation ; t! e strictest stcrc ; >«ved. Please address O. P., Herald
ÂGOODG. c. Servant wanted. 2, Croft's-buildings,
Glebe Ri i ', t ''¡lit hnnd Md« going np."
A * 70UN\ ?* s er, accustomed to drapery goods, J:\. nid i.hi na. use his pen, « ishes for a situation in a stoio or wai\,i.T?>, willing to make hlm'elf generally fut ni. Uvivn x>r cou:itn. Addre&s to J. J. Heuald
* N experienced MIDWirU and Nurse may hear of J\ an engagement. References required. Dovro, Her Vld Offli e_ A LADY, a custimed to tmtioi, wi»hes for a situatloa
as Résider t Governess or Comj nnion She is com- petent to insti net m English French, and music, with the rudiments of Gemini Address to D CARLTON, one of M i Sbper, ehern ist, William stieet, Woolloomooloo
" BXPLIULNCED PER&ON wishes fur a Situation
as Nui se, or any p nea of ti ust 196, Sussei-street. GOOD DRbSSMAKER wishes employment by the day or week Ad hess J K , Hi-rald Office_ N LM'EltlLNCLD Biokkeufer ha» three or four
liouis a do j ur oe<nipicd, i nd is open to an eigige nieut to k cp a set of bookB Address X Y, Herald Pilleo_
\RRI \GJ1j HORSE*- AVnnted, aPuirif sounduse
iul C irruigo Hoi s ) , m toad c inditlon, with harness. Apply to II r,Mr Slupei s, chemist, W llllam-street, Wool- loomooloo_ |7< DUCAT. ION - \Lulj, who has some hours in thoday Pi dis<Hieace', is prepiied to nive prvate leeson*. Address N. Z, care of Mr Parker, chemist. Balmain.
Í TRENCH ai d txMtilAN -A bciiileman, who has re
' sided for many yens in Ti ance and Germany wishes to give instruction in those lmguage«. Private families attended Referentes, if íequired. Terms, libeial. I Address W W Post Office_^_
AMILY RESIDENCE W anted to c intain a spaoioru di awing room, din ng 100m, not loss than 7 cood led 100m , servants moir, kitchen, and stabling the neigh boiuhood of Macquarie street No1 ti, or Darlinghurst will bo prefei red Apply by letter, addressed A. H M, 24, Elizibeth-street_ GOVERNESS -W inted, for 11 family in the conn tri, a (
Finishing Go\eine s, fa'ar) gool Arpy to Lndy fORBbiS, 2, Myles-buildmgs, Cumberland htreet, daily, fiom 10 till 1 o'clock_
AND WANTED, m the dmtnctif Kiajua or Juu
beioo, from 15 to 20 acres, partially cleaied, with or without a homo, Ac. Apjily by letter, to W. RICHARDS, Esq, Camden_
VBRSEER - Winted, foi a station in the district of
Darling Downs, a good Woikinj, Sheep Overseer. Nono but a respectable experienced man will bo dealt with Apply ut the office ol Messrs LYALL, SCOTT, and CO , ¿eotge Btioet_ PAK1NER.-Wanted an aulve Pat mer, willi £1000, irif
an established business. A , 21, IIfrald Office
AINT-RS Wanted, tula (¿loudly) MORNING. WILLIAM YLOMAN, 51, Lmer be irge-âtieet.
PASSAGE to BNCtL \ND wanted bj a younsfMan, who
oilers his services as Puiser, ¡supoicatgo,or Steward's Assistai t 01 otherwise for the above. Addiess Voyaof, HsrALD Office_ 110 LEATHLR CUTTERS -A joungman,fifteen 3ears
. in a colonial grinder} store, with ¡,ood references, wiihea foi"a situation in to«nor country Apply H V, atOLlVER STAIN-b', Castlereagh-stieet_ mo DRAPERS -Wanted, Tsvo Assi tiuts Tho Hill.
X GEO MOORL and CO_
rilO DRAPER« -Wanted an Assistant Apply at JL Waterloo HotiaO, Bi ickfield hill
l\rANTLD, a thorough lennie Cook Good wages W given. Apply to Alis GLUE 47, Pitt s* North.
WANTED, in tim neL'hbombood 1 f bjdnoy or Paua
nintta, a Home, contuiiin" 7 01 8 rooms, besides sei vants' rooms, wash-lioUoe, and htable Theie must bj a gaiden and paddock attiched. ApilytoWM HUDSON, Lsq, Saint Kild 1 Home, Woolloomooloo street, Sydney
7S7" ANTED, a P.ipeihaugcr, on MONDAY MORNING V Y -a lïrstjrito hand 4, Miicqn n 10 pi ice_*_
WANTED, Slaters, Irom Mel&ouino AuJy tD R.
WYNNE, elate yard, N.w Pitt sheet_ WANTED, to proceed up tke Ccuntry, a 1 espectable
Young Womau as Nurse, enable ot tikmg charge of an mfanr, and to dJ needlework Apply at No 8, Broomloy-tciiace, Darlinghurst
ANTliD, a respectable Woman, ns Genoial Sei vant.
Apply to Mr«. W. 0 ELDRIDGE, York street, next to the chapel_ WANTED, by a respeetablo Person, a situation a»,
Hou ckeeper Unexceptionable references given. Address M M, Redlein Post Ofllce_ iXr ANTLD, a good Milch Go it Apply No 131, Crowú
Bti eet, Surry Hills, or 22 Bilcl field-hill_ WANTED, Gonerul Servants, able to milk, for Wol-
longong, D ipto, Camden, Williams and Cast eren^b. Rivers Mi« STAINES, Oastlereaji-stioct_ WÄNTEDTTwo good House Painteis. and Tno Ship
Painters Apply to H II GROTH, 23, O'Oonnell street, opposite the Hmald Office
ANiED two Mutton Butcher Apply to PHILIP
M CARROL Botany Road, Bedfein_ ANIED, a Saleswoman tor tho Millineiy-rooin, at
BRANDON'S, 157, Pitt-stieet
WAN IIjD, a Needlewoman, by the week Applj fi_B
9 till 10, at No 7 .Elizabeth stieet, neat Hunter-sf. WANTED, a Tiut rate Pluiubei and Quirry dluzier. _4 Macqnarie-plnce._
ANTED, a Tómalo S rvmt Apply Kln/s Head _Hotel, Lower George-stieet_ WANTED, Two General Servants, one must be'tho
rougbly acquainted with Mashing Apply 13, Lower
WANIED, a competent Person to sureiintend Rall-****1'
way Woiks He innat understand levelling-, mea-
suring, and setting ont workB Good chuacter i^dls-lî pensable. Apply by letter, tohJUiLWAY, Messis P. N* ' Russell's, Genrgo-^trett, Sydnej í**' *\.
ANTED, a Bmart Boy Apply to J* SOLOMON,
wholesale clothing manufacturer? 129, Geoige street, Moit's-passage *«.*£ '
ANTED, a Lad, to clean boots, knivep, rind to
make himself useful, at St luida House, Woollqo
WANT_Ü to be known. l'lostor-of-Paris Centre-
pieces and Ornaments of everj description always on hand. Old cornices redocoiated, as good as new, ni Fiench, Eliz ibethan, or Italian stjles-Orders attended to in town or country at the shortest notice, at Bngll-h' piiceB-G. SUTTIE, modeller and decoutjr, 3, Botany Road, near Par,ramatta-strect._ W~ ANTED TO BE KNOWN-PORTRAITS, 5s,
with case, 29P, George-st, opposite the White Horse. WANTED, a Housemaid accu tomed to children -
Apply, Mrs COHEN, 286, Pitt-street South.
ANTE I), a Respectable Youth. Apply to LE \\ X3
MOSS, 77, Pltt-sfreet.
ANTED, a competent Daily Governess. Apply to
34, Lower Gem ge-streot North.
WANTED, a flr&t-rato English Man-Cook; nlsjja
Head Housemaid. Apoly at Osmonu's Hotel,
ANTM), a Bai maid. Appy at the General Post
OiuVo Hotel, Yoi k-street
WANTED, a good Hammerman. Appli to JOHS
MURPHY, Grafton Wharf._ WANTED, a Female Geneial ben ant, in a ¡-mall
famil}. Good character indispensable. Apply
No, 1, Al gyle-place.
WANTED to Purchase, for cash, a small Cotlngo
built of cither bl lok oi stone, in the Citj or Hnmlets. Apply between 10 and 12 o'clock, to Mr. OAFFKBY, Bathurst-street._
Wanted, a female servant. Appi> at the
Swan with two .Necks, corner of George and Puik
'ANTED, foi a Family residing thirty miles irom
town, a Lady as Governess. She must be qualified to impart a sound Lnglisb education, with music. To one
fully competent to instruct young ladles between the ages < of6and 11, aliberal salary will ba giicn. Apply, bj lutter, to Mi p. HUDSLEY, 1, Richtnond-teiraoe, Domain.
'ANTED, a Shop for a baker's business, with bake-
house and oven, on'the Newton n Road. Apply Mr. FALLICK, Newtown._ WANTED, a Parlour Maid. Apply to Mi. FAN
NING, Sprlng-sticet._ WANTED, a res, ectablo voting Person, to take ciinrge
of the bar, at the Sii Joseph Banks' Hotel, mid to flllupspaio time with needlewoik. Apply to BEAU- MONT and WALLER, builders, Castlereagh htieet.
WANTED, a Working Joiner for a few (lass. Apply
to Mi. JAMES DEAN, Macquuiie-plnce, between
9 and 10 a ni. THIS MORNING._
'ANTED, Horda Teams, immediately,to load foi Yass
and Tumut. GARLAND and BINGHAM, 72, Sussex-street. _
ANTED, a Stewaid, for the Geiman Club. Apply
to tbe Committee.
".ANTED toPUROHASE, a Station, without stock,
ha\in;;at Joa-t ten mile« of nvor liontngo to the Murrumbidgee or Darling, nud tituatod « thin one huu diedand fittj miles ot the junetion of eitlrr with the Murray Pneo and particulars to be nddiOased to E. M. 0.,