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AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY.
-The Directors desire to call tho attention of in- tending assurors to the great advantages accruing to tho Society's policy holders, owing to the accumulation of Îrofits at controuND INTEREST, at a high rate, ns shewn by he annexed comparativo table.
ExAitriiE.-Showing tho bonuses accruing to a policy of life nssnrnnco for £500, if effected at the aga of 40 in dif-
British Proprietary j
BrltiRh Mutual ... AUSTRALIAN Mt)'
-iii. PROVIDENT SOCItvr
£ f.d. 16 7 1
£ B.d.jJG 8. ti
50 16 8 23 C 7
101 4 0 49 10 0
192 IS 0,89 17 9,
reduction With futuro
Proposals and every lnfbimation may be obtained from any of the agents and at the princinn.1 office.
ROBERT THOMSON, Actuary and Secretary, Hunter street, Sydney, October 5th.
ORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY -
Income for 1853, £197,183.
Head offices-London, Aberdeen, and Molbourno.
Directors for Australasia :
A. Ross, Esq., .I.P., chairman I James Gili, Esq.
C. Bradshaw, Esq., J.P. | A. B. AVhito, Esq.
Superintendent-James Rattray, Esq.
Insurances effected at, the reduced rates of premiums.
The ratos charged in Australasia aro the same as those in England.
Rates for assuring £100 at the following nges '.
20 .£112 7 I 40 .£2 16 S 30 . 2 2 7 I 50 . 3 19 0
Forms of proposal and rates for intermediate nges can bo obtnincd on application at the ollloes in Sydney, No. 4, Charlotte-place.
_AVILLTAM RAE. Resident Secretary.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDDN FIRE AND
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANAr.
Empowered bv Acts of Parliament.
Established in 183C.
Having a Colonial Proprietary, and the following
Board of Directors In Sydney
J. S. AVillis, Esq., Chairman.
Ho«.(l.K.noldon,Esq.,M.L.C. ( J. B. Watt, Esq.
Hon. Sir Danlol Cooper, M.P. | B. Buohanan, Esq.
Sir C. Nicholson, Bart.
Medical Referees :
Hon. John Macfarlane. Esq., M.D. Joseph Biivgon, Esq.
Capital subscribed exceeding. £1,380,000 Accumulated Funds and Capital paid up, ex-
ceeding . £1,156,000
Of which £200,000 uro invested in the colonies in Govern-
ment and other securities.
Reserve Surplus Fnnd, £250,000-with unlimited liability
of the shareholders.
The Directors continno to grant Policios of Insnranco In Town or Country in both departments of the Company's business, upon erms which will be found ns liberal as IhOBO of any other office.
Tables of Rales for Fire and Life Insurance, in all its branches, and every information can bo obtained from A. STANGER LEATIIR3, Resident Secretary, at, the Quices. AVynyard-sqnaro. Svdnoy.
^Ali 13"UNION IN\rESTMENT BUILDING SOCIETY,
established July 1,1S59, pursuant to Acts of Counoll, 7 A7ic, No. 10 ; 11 Ala, No. 10 ; and li Arlc, No. 53.
Messrs. Georgo Wigram Allen, AVillltun Speer, Richard
Henry AVav. DlRKCTORS:
Messrs. Octaváis Baylitro Ellsworth, ¡William Jolly,
Commercial Banking Company.
Mr. J. R. Trceve.
309 (late 214). George-street.
This Society is established for tho purpose of onabling its membors to purclmso freehold or leasehold property, or to pay off mortgages, tho loan being repiid by onsy monthly instalments ; and to próvido for those not requiring loans anoppoitnnlty for the investment, at interest, of small savings, which will imperceptibly Increase to a useful sum.
The seventh monthly meeting, for payment of subscrip- tions, will bo hold on tho 10th im-tant, at 4 p.m.
Intending shareholders are informed that, in consequence of the number of shnres now issued, the entrance fee has been raised to ton shillings per share, nnd will progressively bo increased with the number of shareholders. Shares and every information as to the repayment of loans from this Society may be oblaiuod of the Secretary, daily between
the hours ol' 10 and 4.
By order of the Board of Directors,
J. R. TREEVE, secretary. January 0.
10TOR1A FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
Empowered by Act of the Legislative ConnoiL
Head Office, 82, CoilIns-streotEaBt,Melboure.
The non. Henry Miller, M.L.C., Chairman
AV. R. Bnrnby, Esq., Deputy-Chairman
John DInwoodo, Esq., J.P. AVilllam Hall, Esq., -I.P.
The Hon. AVilllam Highett, M.L.C.
Risks taken at tho usual rates, and the utmost liberality
afforded to Insurers.
For further particulars apply to the nndersignod, who have been appointed asrents for New South Wales.
RAYMOND and CO.,
USTRAL1AN JOINT STOCK BANK.-Notice is
hereby civen that interest Is allowed by this bank on fixed deposits as follows, namely,
At 5 tier cent, per annum for a period of 6 months
4 ditto ditto 3 months
and at rates to bo agreed on for longer periods.
For the greater convenience of depositors, bank post bills, with interost addod at these rates, respectively, ara Issned payable to order, nnd aro thus negotiable at any
By order of the Board of Directors,
_A. II. RICHARDSON, General Manager.
BANK OF NEW SOUTH AVALES.
Paid-up capital.£500,000 Poserved fund ... ... ... 205,000
This Bank allows interest npon deposits, if lodged for Axed periods, at rates varying from 3 to 5 per cent, per «nnnm, and allows the immediate transfer of snoh portion of customers' balances as may not by them be immediately required to a deposit account, at the above ratos of in-
Dividends on shares in pnblic companies, and interest on debentures, collected for customers free of charge.
Investments in colonial secnritles and also in those of Great Britain, effected.
The agoncy of Banks, either in the colonios or In Bnglnnd, underUkon on such terms as may be agreed
' 'Credits and drafts issnod on England, America, and on the chief ports in the Eastern Seas, also upon all towns within the Australasian colonioB.
ROBERT AVOODHOUSE, seoretary.
Bank of New South AVnles, 1st November._
OMMERCI \h BANKING COMPANY OF SYD-
NEY.-Notice is hereby given that an AGENCY of this Bank, under the charge of Mr. T. H. PAIGE, will be OPENED at Maryborough (AVIde Bay), on MONDAY uext, * he I2th instant. By order of the Board,
_ROBERT NAPIER, Manager.
ÖÜMBROIAL BANKING COMPANY of SYDNEY. -Notico is hereby given that, Branches of the Bank are now in operation at Kiama, Queanbeyan, and Shoalhaven. By order of the Board.
_ROBERT NAPTER. Manager.
OiliEATAxj BANK CORPORATION.
(Incorporated by Royal Charter.)
Paid-up capital .£1,260,000 Reserve fund . 252,000
Interest will be allowed on fixed deposits, lodged after date, as under, vii. :-?
Subject to 7 days' notice of withdrawal... 2J per cent. Ditto 15 ditto .3 ditto Ditto S months'ditto.4 ditto Ditto 6 ditto ditto .5 ditto Ditto 12 ditto ditto.54 ditto
And on deposits of large amount, according to special
GEORGE K. INGELOW. Manager.
TNFORMATION TO ALL COLONISTS.-Messrs. I HARPER, BURNE, and CO., proprietors of tho Jerusalem Oolloo House, Cowper's Court, Cornhill, London, beg to state, that they have arranged with the " General Association for the Australian Colonios," in London, to open SUBSCRIPTION ROOMS attached to the " Jerusalem," as a place of daily meeting for all par- ties interested in the Australian Colonios and New Zealand; their object being to make their Rooms the centre of communication between the Australian Colonies and the United Kingdom, and tho most reliable source of information on tho great variety of subjects daily arising in connection with the colonies, i.'olonists on becoming subscribers may forward nil their letters through the above Rooms, nnd, on visiting En glano, will be Biwed much trouble and expense on landing. On arriving In London thoy will have the advantage of the experience nnd ndvico of the Managers of the Rooms, and all the information as detailed in the prospectus, which may be had on application to HENRY HARPER. , " " .
Present address, caro of Messrs. Herring and Co., xchange-corner. _^_
ECOND HAND BRICKS.-A quantity for SALE.
Apply to J. OWEN and SONS, 215, George-street.
UNTZ METAL, l8, 20, and 22 ozi. for SALE.
JOHN, C, DIBBS, Campbell'B Wharf.
NOTICE-The ROYVL FXrUESS LINE OP
AMERICAN CO \CHE3-Messrs GAYNOR KENDALL, and WOOD beg to ictnrn their sincoro thanks to the public for the liberal support thov ha-\ o re colted during their career on tlio Wostorn Road, nnd furthor ti list that by unremitting attontion to morit a continuance of the caine, at the\ lu»o ronde o\cr} arrange- ment for commercing their Amei ican Lino of Cotohes, which they intend running twlco a week, on and after Januarv 9th, leming Sjdney Monda} and Wodnosdaj, half past 4 in the etenmg, lotting on Tuesdays and Thursday g Pares- From Parramatta to Bathurst £3 to Sofala ii 10s , from Bathurat to Parramatta £3 allowing each passongcr 20 lbs of burgage, all over 20 lbs, to bo charged at the rate of 61 per pound
Ga)nor, Kend»U, and Wood assiuo tho public that otorj attontion will ho paid to make pissengors conifoi t ablo, and that every caro »111 be pild to booked parcels, ns thoy intend being responsible for them.
Booking Oillces as follows -S)dnoj Mr. Mai k well's, Golden rieeco, Brickfield hill , and Mr Windred'«, Spoilsman's At in», Pitt-street Pananutta Mi Llllott, Globe Hotel Poi nth Mr Kondall, Rose Inn Hartley
Mr Dunn's Bathurst Mr Ga} nor, Royal Oak, William-street, Mr. Low is, Blaokball Inn. Sofala
Nil-Woods Weekly Vans vi ill leato Sydney and
Bnthnrst as usual
ENIOR and ABBOTT, 262, George-street, opposite
tho Bank of Vustralasin, hog to announce to tho in- habitants of Sjdnej and suburbs that thev hato oponed, in tho aboto pienu os, ns Disponsing and Family Chemists, vthoro fiey aro deieiminod to gi\e tho strictest porsonnl attention to any favours with which thoy nut bo entrusted, toomplo} nono but thoronghlj qiinliflod assistants, and to use only the purest and most select di tigs and preparations, for which purpose they hate impurtod a most repleto stock of drugs, chemicals, and phnrmaceulicnl préparations from tho celebrated Apothecarlos' Companj, of London, than which there ein be no greater gunian toe of punt} and excellonco The numerous ndtantnges which they hate dorl veil from many j ears' practical evoerionco in the first disponsing houses In London and provinces enables them to state with confidence that physicians' preset ipttoiiB entrusted to thom ti HI he dispensed with the most posl titoaccnraoy, under tho immediate supertision of ono of tho principals and in compounding famllj roo poa most scrupulous exactness maj be rolled on. Theil miscella- neous preparations for familj use will be found of uniform excellence, and especial)} deserting the notice of heads of families, squatters, and countrt residonts gonernllt
O TUB STOCKHOLDERS OF NEW SOUTH W\LBS-Mr E J BLA\L\ND,of Newington, on the Parrainait* Ritcr, begs to notify that ho lins just completed nu ettensito slaughtering establishment nt Newington, and is now propared to pnrchaso fat cattle and sheep, foi which ho will git e the highest price , ho re- quests, thoiorore, that all persons hating suitable stook for sale will communicate w ith linn as «boto, and ho will at once dispatch a competent perron to complete the pur- chase Mr Blnxland'sobjeot is bo slaiuhtoi fut stock both on his omi account, and also any tint mat bo on'rusted to Ins disposition, for the regular supply of tho Sidney mar- ket, in consequenco of the Sjdnoj slaughter-houses ceasing operation on tho 1st of January next, and he bogs to in- form the sottlers of tho colont, tho w holesalo tho i etail butchers of S3 dn»y, and the pnblio general!}, that he lins built a commodious and ti oil-shaded steamboat foi the safe conte} ance of the cm cases to the market, which ho intends Belling bj public auction He will, thorof)re, hold a sale o\or} morning nnd evening at acontenient wharf, to bo named shortly, and ho mt ites the support of the
The arrangements aro so complete for retaining and feeding cattle in hu numerous, seonro, and weil watered paddocks, coniprislnff 1200 acres, besides slaughtering stook, and the immediate transit of tho caicase to Sy dnov without manual contact, that the meat will bo m the highest state of prosert ition in tho hottest woa» her, and will ho read} for salo within two horns after Miling
The capabilities of tho establishment w ill enable Mi
lllnxhnd to slaughter mid dohter set eut} bullocks dnilt, besides bhoop an I, as the wholo business will be tnidei his personal BuportlBion, tho Rreatost adtantages will be atlorded to tho, graziors, the butchers, and the public
B- MACGREGORS celebiated SULTAN'S , COrFEL is rotsted and gionnd b} steam only, nt the Victoria Tea and Cofleo Hall It being ground, while hot from the c} linders, Its nell and peculiar flivour is tims preserved and improted Ono trial will proto Its immenso superiority, ns being the most delicious beterago of its kind et or offered to the Inhabitants of Now South Wales. Sold only at the Victoria Tea and Cofleo Hall, 201, Pitt street, opposito the Victoria Theatro, S}dnoy.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT - S BENNETT
and CO beg to inform their friends nnd the publie that toe} have recolvod another parcel of teryfino CONGOU TEA, winch will be found upon ti lal to be superior m quality to their first shipment, ex Atalanta. S B and Co. embrace this opportunity of thanking their friends for the tory llbeial support accorded to them in their endeavours to introduco a first-class qna'It} of tea into New South Wales, and solicit every one who appreciates the luxury of fine toa to give ttiein a call nt 482, George-street, opposite the Markots. Orders per post promptly attended to_
1 NAYLOR, BROTHERS', COCOA, CHOCOLATE
. MUSTARD, and CHICORY.-TAYLOR, ".BRO- THERS, London, from their position as the largest manu facturers of the above articles m England, aro enabled to supply the same on nnequalled terms
TAYLOR, BROTHERS' unntalled HOMOEOPATHIC and SOLUBLE COCOAS, also their original SOLUBLE CHOCOLATE, aro expressly prepared, with peculiar care and experienced skill, to suit hot climates, and aro war- ranted to stand the vojago and keep good for any reason-
able lenorth or time
MUSTARD -TAYLOR, BROTHERS, prepare their Mustard from the choicest seed by a patent process, which prevents fermentation, and at the same time retains the pungenc} and purltj of flavour to a degree which no other process can accomplish.
Packed' for exportation in bottles, tin canisters, and inrs. CHICORY.-Warranted genuine and of the finost qnahty, packed in 28-lb, and 56-lb tin canistois. Sold b} nil the principal grocers
TAYLOR, BROTHERS, Chocolate and Mustard Mills,
EA and PERRINS' celebrated WORCESTERSHIRE
SAUCE -The undersigned having been appointed agent for this highly esteemed article, purchasers may atoid the numerous imitations bj nppl} ing to lum dirort, -thiough whoso agency wholesale doalers mat import the sauce diiect from Lea and Perrin. S. A. JOSEPH, Mar- garet-street
THE UNDERSIGNED having made arrangements for
another six months, now oilers the whole of his stook at prices that will ensure lum a speed} clearance Glass 10 x 8, 1B 61 per dozen , 12 x 10, 2s pei dozen , and other sizes in accordance Puttv, 3d. pet lb , dry colours, umber, <tc, 2d per lo , black japan and gold sire, 12n poi gallon , oil and turps, 5s. per gnllon , paper hangings, a very larj;e assortment, 25,000 pieces, marbles, oaks, satins, Hooks, and common papers, from 6d per piece Colours In oil and fine colours at equal!} low prices Tins is an ex- cellent opportunity for countr} purclnsers, as it 13 a genuine snlo. T HOBBS, 160, Pitt street North. N.B - Paper hangings, in p icljages of 300 and 500 pieces
niHÜ UNDERSIZED have just received a shipment J. of the most elegant PLATED ARTICLES that have ever arrived in the colon}, and to which they in- vite tho attontion of the public Besides tho usual objocts of etery day use thoio will bo found fish, eating-knives and forks, mother of poirl haadled dessert knit es and torks, in elegant cases, ci nmb-scoops, and all the latest luxuries of dinner table ornament Thoy lmto also roceited two oak cabinets intended as wedding prosents, each containing a very complete scrticoof plated ware and cutlery Prices will be found exceedingly moderate. HOGARTH,
BRICHSBN, and CO_
ITtURMTUKb- The Public is rospeotlully informed JP thntlnordei to make 100m for seternl shipments, hourly expected, a considerable reduotioit has been made 111 the prices of furniture, bedsteads, bedding, carpets, floorcloths, &<. , and all other requisites foi the completo furnishing or houses, at LENEHAN'S Upholster} Esta- blishment, Castlei eagh-strcet._ FOR SALE, a very handsome TIYO barrelled Revolting
MINIE RIFLE, by Dcnno, Adams, and Denne, in dotiblo case, nilli all the necessary apparatm, &c , also, a first-rato Pigeon Gun, by Zan eminent maker , and a Rifled Kevohor, with case and fittings completo Can be seen at the Treasury Auction Rooms, George-iitreet, until WED- NESDAY next, when, if not disposed of, the} will be sold by public auction, at noon, that day_ O OODLET and CO, Victoria Saw Wills, Krskine \.T sheet, and 7, Panamatta-street, have for SALE a largo assoitment of Baltic, American, and Oregon PINE, at greatly reduced rates. Also, doors, glazed snsliea, &o , &a_ CA AHA FEET l-inch and 1J G. and T pitch
O U? U U U PINE GOODLET and CO, Erskine -st.
Cr A A A A FEET 2,1J, H, nnd 1-lnch Clear PINE.
OU^UUU GOODLET and CO , Parramatta-st
DOORS, gln/ed Sashes, Mouldings, Arohitravcs, Skirt
mgs, &c GOODLET and CO , Victoria Saw Mills.
CCIRCULAR IJ.UAÏ SAW MILLS and Tirabor \oro.
) -To Architects, Contractor, Builders, Coacr makors, Cabinetmakers, Wheelwrights, &o -A large and varied assortment of foreign and colonial TIMBER, doors, sashes, architraves, mouldings, shingles, laths, battens, and palings , Fi euch doors, blinds, &c. W. H. ROLFE.
HARDWOOD, fiom Brisbane Water, the lurgest an- I
sortaient In 8}dney. ROLFE, Circular Quay. ( ISVlA AAA FEET 4MERICAN PINE, Cedar, OUU'UUU Posts, Rails, Palings,Laths, Battens,
&o BROOMFIELD and WIIITAKER, Albion Wharf.
§0,000 nitl 300
and WHITAKER, Albion Wharf. PAIRS AMERICAN OARS, IO feet and
11 feet BROOMFIELD and WHITAKER.
SHINGLES -Rest Forest Oak Shingles, at rednced ,
prices. JAMES COX and CO , Baltic Wharf
XLINGS, PALINGS -1,500 good slx-reot blue gum Palings, or a portion of them, will be lnnded any part of Sydney Harbour. Piice 123, 6d. the hundred. Address Box, 241, Post Office,
IRON AVATER TANKS on SALE, of an unusually
largo sizo, 800 gallons eaoh, BRIERLEY, DEAN,
and CO,, 273, Gonrgo-stroot. ,. _____. SOUTn SEA ARROWROOT, equal to Bermuda, Just
landed Irom tho May Q,uoen, 4d. por lb. per case of
100 lbs. II. S BIRD, Circular Quay._ H~ IG11LAND MALT WHISKY, in octaves and kegs
of nino gallons, in and out of bond ; also, Kinahan's Dublin LL (wood and bottle), SAGE, MILLER, and CO.,
4, Biigh-stwot. near Hunter-street, and next Union Club. ,
M E R 1 O A H CHAIRS- i
Baltimore wood seat
Balt'tnoro cane seat, Half-arm , I
Oak office cane seat j
Office round bnck wood seat
Cano back and seat rockors
Nursing chairs, cane back and seat Children's high and low ohaira Brooms, tubs, and buckets Clocks, in great variety
Iron bodstoads, Europe rope Hoop iron, white lend
Cooking stoves, register ditto Paperhangings, Ac., Ac.
ON SALE at, S HEURLEWIIITE'S, 292, Pitt-stroet.
rtAHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE, FOR SALE JL Bar, sheet, and hoop ¡ron, nssortod
Cast, shear, blister, and spring steel
Sheet zinc Tin plates
Smiths' bellows and anvils Axle armB and boxes
Hollowware and tinware Nails of all descriptions
Colza oil Black oil
Raw and boiled linseod oil. White lead
Paints, turps, Ac.
ASHDOWN and CO.
George and King streets.-_
EX COLONSAY mid Light of the Ago, and for SALE
by the undei'*igned
Hatty's salad oil, red herrings Salmon, snrdines, and oysters
Hil) and Lcdeer's jams, bottled fruits ' Basket salt, corks
Cohnan's starch and bino Middlemurn's saddlery
Galvanized iron buckets
Lotchford's vestas, dray covers Soda ash, 54 per cont.
AV. I. rum, Martell's brandy Byass alo and porter
Allsopp'B palo nie, pints and quarts.
DANGAR, GILCHRIST, and CO., 88, Clarence-street. BARRETT'S Anchor TuBAODO, ex Alexandor, Irom
Now York, for SALE, by DANGAR, GILCHRIST,
mid CO., SS, Clarence-street._ j
OR SALE by the undersigned, tho rosiduo of the cargo
of TEAS, ox Tell, from Hongkong, of very suporior quality, and extra heavy weights, DANGAR, GIL- CHRIST, and CO., SS, Clnronce-strcot.
FOR SALE, by the undersigned,
1500 bullocks 1000 cow?.
From tho herds of Messrs. Bundook, Burne«, and Co.
_LAMB, PARBURY, and CO.
ION TOBACCO, just arrived por Sk. Louis, and for ]
SALE, by the uuders'gncd. LAMB, PARBURY, ]
[0 SETTLERS and STOREKEEPERS.-The undor«
signed have constantly on HAND
Woolpacks, 10 to 10J lb, ; woolhagglug, all widths Bags, sewing twine, fine and come
Shoepshenrs, Sorby's and AVIlkinson's Sugars, rice, tea, flour, an i tobácea Mole trousers, Scotch twill shirts AVinas and spirits, Ac.
And every article requisite on a station.
_.TAMES MORT and CO., 175. Fltt-street.
riAHE" ONLY" HOUSE IN SYDNEY for the | J_ Improved washing machines
Knifo cleaning mnchines, 30s. onch Perambulators, single and double
Porninbulnllng horses (a now article) InvivMd carriages (ex Jason)
Aquariums, nmrlne and fresh wnter
Solid marble butter coolers, 2s. 6d. each.
C3" LEA and SON, 70 York-ktreof, late 15, Pnrk-st.
NOW LAW DING, and for SALE by the undersigned,
ox St. Louis, from Now York
Honeydew tobacco, in half-pound lumps, and tins of tho
following brands :
ArIrgin Gold Leaf, Wine Sup. S.S. Pitts Ladies' Fingers, Barrett's old Dominion Old Dog Tray, Lennox, Pathfinder Dingo, Kangnroo, Red Rover 200 barrels plaster of paris
Dried apples, in half barrels
Platform scales, with and without lover Ararnish, hay and ninnure forks
Nes'.s of tubs, 3-booped pails, clothes' pins Doom, assorted, plain nnd moulded panels Sashes, glazed, assorted sizes
Double and singlo-horso powers, with thrasher and
Fnn mills, No. 1 to 5, corn mills
AVood bottom and cane seated chairs, Baltimore and
_FLOAArER, SALTING, and CO.
NOW LANDING, ex Jason, and on SALE by the un-
Invoices of oilmen's stores
Price's Belmont sperm candles, No. 1 ¡ Bass' No. 3 nie, in hogsheads Taylor's Londou Btoilt, ditto
Champion's vinegar, In qnnrtor-casks. I
_FfiOAVER. SALTING, and 00. , QUICKSILA'BR.-For SALE, V tho nndorslgnod-to
arrive by the November overland mail-20 bottles ] quicksilver. FLOWER, SALTING, and CO.._
MAURITIUS SUGARS.-For SALE, hythe under-
signed, the cargo of the Fidus, consisting of bright counters and crystals. FLOWER, SALTING, and CO.
XB HANDLES, for SALE by the undersigned, ox Wanderer. FLOWER, SAüTING, nnd CO.
HACKLED FLAX: a small Int. for SALE cheap ; at
A. COLLINS', 232, Lower George-street._ FOR SALE, a good toned Cottage TIANO, £25. 9,
Gloncester-ierraco, Macquarle-strcot South.
1AIIE Proprietor of an old-established BUSINESS,
. being about to retire, is open to treat with a respecta- ble person for the sale of his stock-in-trade, Ac This business having been carefully attended to by the owner, the connection is firat-olass, and would form an introduc- tion to country storekeepers in every department. Appli- cations addressed to Z., Post Office, will meet with prompt
CAOK SALE, at Ashfield, three minutes' walk from J; station, half-acre of cultivated LAND, with threo
roomed Place erected thereon ; present rental 5a. per ; week ; price £80. Apply at the station.
FOR SALE, the nnoxpired LEASE, for one year
from 1st January, 1660, of the extensive premises
known as AA'alkor's Wharf, at present in the occupation of J the undersigned. AVLLKINSON, BROTHERS, and CO.,
BALMAIN AVATER FRONTAGE, Johnson's Bay.
A very ohoiee Building ALLOTMENT for SALE on easy terms. Apply to Mr. J. R. TREE VE, 309,
riAO BE SOLD, cheap, and on terms to sultan indus
I trious man of small means,
A FARM of 170 acres, on the Manning River, fenced In, and a great portion of it cleared.
Also, Two HOUSES In Palmer-street, AAroolloomooloo. Apply to AV. M. CLARKE, No. 13, AVentworth-placo.
AND AT RANDWIOK.-For SALE, Nine Acres
of Land, partially fenced, opposite to Bishopscourt. It Is valued by the Municipal Council at £200 a-year; will be sold for £1200, the greater part of which may re- main ai an Interest of 5 per cent, for ten years. Apply to M. CONSETT STEPHEN, solicitor, Elizabeth-street.
1710R SALE, a very handsomo and supwior-bulR
J IN ADALID CARRIAGE, open back, hood, Collins' patent nxles, Ac. Apply at URQUHARTS Coach Fac- tory, Parramatta._ OfiA IIBAD OF HORSES.-For SALB, 100 to 200 JU\J\J fine upstanding COLTS, 4 to 5 years old ; they are of a very superior description, well adapted for car- riage horses, or saddle horses, up to weight. For particu- lars apply to Mr. MAUTYN, Horse Bazaar, Pitt-street.
OR «ALE, Match HOnSB, Bay, 16 nanda high, at
MARTA'N'S Horse Bazaar._-_ S^IETLAÑñTPOÑIÉS.-A very pretty one, 2 feet
9 inches high, for SALE. Apply to Albion AVharf, foot of Market-street._ TO BE SOLD, cheap, a handsome Black MARE, five
years old, sound, quiet to ride and drive. AVhlto Horse Livery Stables, l'itt-Btreet._
FOR SALE, about 4000 Store AVethers, from li to
5 years old, deliverable in the Burnett or Leichardt district. Apply to JQILN FRAZER and CO., 97, York street. _
FOR SALE, at Warrah, Liverpool Plains, 300 (Three
Hundred) primo fat, BULLOCKS, to be selected by the purchaser fruin tho Warrah herd of cattle, on or before 31st January. Apply to ARTHUR HODGSON, A. A. Company's Ollices, 227, George-street. Sydney.
FOR SALE, at AVarrah, Liverpool Plains, 60 (Sixty)
BULLS, tho produce of the A/- A. Company's thoroughbred herd. Ages from two to four years old. These Bulls can be recommended. For price and further particulars apply to ARTHUR HODGSON, A. A. Com- pany's Offices, 227, George-st., Sydney.
ALADAr, experienced in teaching, desires an afternoon
ENGAGEMENT as VISITING GOVERNESS, or to teach music and French. The neighbourhood of Fort street preferred. Address E. G., Mr. Lasty's, Brickfield
4 LADY, experienced In TUITION, wishes to meet I
NESSV" Good references. Applv, hy letter, to A. J., caro | of Mr. Shephord, Pitt-streot. Redfern._
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, COOK'S RIVER. - An
ASSISTANT MASTER will bo reqnired at this School when work commences : he must bo a Protestant, a fair classic, a good arithmetician, and willing to exorcise a watcblul supervision over the boys during plat hours Ills general character must bo without repioach. Address, giving references (not testimonials), the Kov. W. II. SAV1GNY, St. Peter's, Conk's Riter._ DRAPERY.-Wantod, a good SALESWOMAN ¡ good
roferonce indiBponsiblo. A. GRANT, 141, South
TARAPEllS' ASSISTANT.-Wanted, for a country U store, nn ASSISTANT ; must bo acquainted with tlio trndo. Apply lo ROSSITER and LAZAROS,
UNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPVNY. -Required a MANAGER for tlio above named Company ; a person of cood qualifications, thoroughly competent, and with previous experience In the bnsinoss of a steam company will bo preferred. Applica- tions will bo received until 3 o'clock p m. on TUESDAY, tho 10th day of January. 1860, addressed to L BARBER, BQcrotary. Companys Offices, Morpeth, December 29.
JOINERS.-Wanted, good HANDS, at St. George's
, ~7MDLN'G for~TURÖ~N, nil heaty. EDWARD U CHAPMAN and CO., Clnrence-strcot,
MUSICAL -Snporior ORCHESTRA, consisting of
first and second violins, alto, violoncello, douhlo bass, first and second cornets, clirlonots, piccolo, flute, drums, <to, twolvo efficient musicians, moro or loss, now OPEN to an ENGAGEMENT. Apply to GEORGE PECK, music repository, 13, Park-street.
ARTNER REQUIRED, to join the advortisor in fnll
stockine largo and valuable runs In tho northern districts. Capital and some degreo of experience of cattle will bo necessary. Apply B. D., Box 50, Post Olllco, Sydney._ ST. BENEDICT'S BENEFIT SOCIETY.-A duly
qualified MEDICAL DOCTOR required.-TENDERS for the above tvlll bo received np to WEDNESDAY, 11th instant, by the Secretary, from whom all information can be ascertained. L. MURPHY, lion, seo._
SnEBP.-Wanted, a SITUATION as MANAGER'by
a thornnghly competent person. Address OVEHSEEB, HEIÍAED OfUce._
TO STOCK FARMERS.-The advertiser ¡s desirons of
nn ENGAGEMENT on a Cattle; Station, with a view to lils ultimately taking a share. Address full par- ticulars to F. G., 95, Rourke-street, Sydney.
0 MASTER TAILORS.-A SITUATION WANTED
by nn experienced Foreman. J. 0., IfnrtALp Office.
mo SHOEMAKERS.-Wanted, a strong WORKMAN I for »ho country ; wages, 7s. 6d. DADSWELL, King atreet AVest._ r«10 BLACKSMITHS.-WANTED, a good HORSE
I STIOER and genoral Blacksmith ; a singlo man, to live in tlio house ; liberal wnees will ho given to a good tradesman. Apply to D AVID ii ORGAN, Newcastle._
TO PRACTICAL DENTISTS.-A Gentleman is de-
sirous or receiving a few LESSON ^ or INSTRUC- TIONS In DENTISTRY. Address, stating terms, to Foncnrs, HKRAT.D Office._ TO GROCERS- WANTED,a YOUNG MAN, capable
of takhiff the management of the groecry dopsrt ment in a country Btore. None need apply who cannot produco the highest testimonials as to ability, honesty and sobrlotv. 'Apply, between 1 and 2 p.m. on'MON DAY, to KEELE, CAMPBELL, and CO._j_
nriRAINING for PRIMARY SCHOOLS in Connection
X with the Church of England.-WANTED, soveral youne; Married MEN, of unexceptionable moral character, to enter the St. James' Model School for a period of six months to ho trained as TEACHERS of primary schools in connection with tho Church of England. Farther par- ticulars may bo obtained of W. J. CUTHBERT, Diocesan Inspector, St. James' School, Elizabeth, street, Sydney.
11 E A M S W ANTED FOR
Long Creek Upper Meroo
Apply to JOHN FRAZER and CO., 07, York-sheet.
WANTED, UM AN, to work in a garden. Apply to
MICHAEL GOULD, Toll-gate, Rushcutters Bay. ANTED, a first-rate OOK. City Wine Vaults,
George-street, opposite Jamison-street._
ANTED,» GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs.
SMART, 272, Pitt-street.
w w w
ANTED, a GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. Apply at HYNARD'S Hotel, Kent and Market st». ANTED, a smart LAD, to make himself UBeful.
Apply BAKER'S Hotol, Klug and Phillip streets. ANTED, a respecUble FEMALE as plain COOK
and LAUNDRESS. Apply 459, Pltt-street South.
ANTED, a thorough cood b'E MALE COOK for the
country. Applv 459, Pitt-street Sontli.
WANTED, a respectable Woman, as L »UNDRESS.
Apply to Mrs. J. BAYLISS, George-street South, next Christ Church._
ANTED, a SITUATION by a Practical Gardener,
Apply to J. G. M'KEAN, Australian seed store
No. 3, New Market.
ANTED, n FRENCH POLISHER. Apply ALEX.
MOORE and CO., Labour Bnzsar.
WANTED, a SHOEMAKER-a single man preferred. _Apply to J.ISBBSTE« and SON, Phoenix Wharf. w
ANTEO. MEN to make Light Kip Peg Boots. S.
HIOKING, 246, George-street.
ANTED, a good PARLOURMAID. Apply to
GRIFFITHS, FANNING, and CO.. 3pring-Bt.
ANTED, a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Mrs.
GOULD, 424, George-Btroet.
WANTED, n useful GIRL, in a sma'l family. Apply
Mrs. NICHOLSON, Rushcutters Bay. _
ANTED, a GIRL, for a small ramily. 327, Sea View
Terrace, near Darlliighnrst Gaol._ XNTED, a COOPER. Apply to GEORGE
STABLER, 105, Kent-street North._ WANTED, a NURSEMAID. Apply No. 8, Collego
Rtroot, corner of Stanley-stroet, Hyde Park._ ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. 120, William
street, corner of Dowllng-stroet. _
WAITRESS, Cooks, LanndreBsos, Housemaids, General
Servants for HIRE, at Mr. CAPPS, 125, Klng-Bt. W" ANTED, a CLASS ROOM, position central. Ad-
dress Cm, HEUAID Office._
ANTED, a good FEMALE COOK, at Argyle House,
331 and 333, George-street, near Wynynrd-street.
ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to
Mrs. FITZPATRICK, 25, Ersklne-street.
ANTED, one or two good QUAKRYM.EN.
MOON, Newtown, near Railway Station.
WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT, where another _is kept. Apply Civet Cat, King-Btreet._ WANTBO.a GENERAL HOUSE SERVANT. Apply
at RAPHAEL'S corner Kent and Margaret Btreets.
ANTED, o JOINER. Apply to H. TOOSE, Builder,
237, Macquarle-street._ w
ANTEO, a HOUSEMAID. Mrs. SAMUEL
DAVIS, 360, Georgo-strcet.
AÎ.TED, a good plain COOK and*LAUNDRB8S..
Apply to MISS FLOWER, Castlereagh-st. North ANTED, a competent Female COOK. Apply to
Mrs. F. TOOTH, Buckhurst, Double Bay.
ANTED, a Married Couple, man to work In a garden,
wife to do washing only. J. C. GLUE, 162, Pitt-flt. ANTED, a HOUSE-MAN, at the Royal Hotol.
Apply after 10 o'clock.
ANTED, a COOK, that understands his business ;
wages no object. Apply at Tattersalls, Pltt-st.
ANTED, a first-class BILLIARD TABLE. Apply
at Tattersall'», Pitt-street_ ANTED, a HOUSE and PARLOUR MAID. Mrs.
R. P. SIMPSON, Sterling Cottage, Mnoleay-Bt.
ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, at 2S9,
Elizabeth-street._ ANTED,a respectable Young Person ns GENERAL
SERVANT, at 67, Klizahetli-street North._ w w
ANTED, a BOY to woik in a garden. Apply to
Jlr. MOORE, 289, Crown-street._ TTTANTED, a very good second-hand Cottage l'lA-NO W FORTE. Apply early this day, to Mr. ASHLIN, agent, 139, Pitt-street._ WANTED, a Single MAN. as GROOM, and to bo
otherwise useful. A. GRIBBEN and SONS, Eliza. beth-street North._ Tir ANTED, a professed FEMALE COOK, for an W hotel. The situation will be open ten dajB. Address Z Z, Ur.nA_ Office._ YirANTED, a competent HOUSBMAIU Ketaienees W required. Apply to Mrs. CHARLTON, Hotel, Market Wlmrf._. WANTED, a smart Youno; GIRL, to mind childron.
Apply to Mrs. HAWKINS, 93, Harrington-street, Church-hill._ TTT"ANTED, a Btrong LAD, to make hiifcelf generally VV useful. S. DAVIS, Exhibition Hotel, Pitt and Market streets,_
ANTED, a General SERVANT. Apply to Airs
DAVID DICKSON, Psgh's Cottages, near tho Tea GardenB, Waverley._ OTANTED, a SHOEING SMITH ; a single man pre W ferred. Apply to S. M'KENZIE, Burwood, Parra-
ANTED, second-hand CARPENTER'S TOOLS.
S. AITKIN, 33, Tark-street.
WANTED, a CLERK ; if with a knowledge of tho
grocery business preforrt d. Apply, by letter, to
II A NKS mid CO._ WANTED, immediately, a AVBTNURSE, to take a
child from the hirth. Apply to Dr. ROBERTSON, AVynyard-squnro, at 8 a.m. or 2 p.m. this day. _ WANTED, ¡v respectiiblo Young AVoman at NURSE
MUD. Apply Mrs. M. BRODZIAK, 7, AVyn
WANTED, a Married Couple, as Farm Sorvants, for
Bathurst; also a Servant Girl. S. ASHLIN,
| Agent, 139, Pitt-streot. _ WANTED, for the Australian Club, a HEAD
AVAITER. Wages, £70 per annum. Apply between tho hours of 9 and 11 o'clock. _
WANTEDräGE*NER"ÄLSBRArANT and a NÜRSE
GIRLj Protestants preferred. Apply to Mrs. CH APALAY, Blake's Aillas, Balmain._ WANTED, sevoral Marrlod Couples, a Girl as Nurse'
also two Servants for ono house. J. C. GLUEi
WANTED, a rospectablo BOY, to make himsolf
generally useful. Apply T. G. SPENCE, draper, 700, Brickfield-hill._ -_ WANTED, for ono or two years at Paddington, a four
or fivo-roomod HOUSE, witli kltchon, water, Ac. Address, with terms, B. S. H" HsitAtn Office._ WANTED, a re'pectable Yonng PERSON, ns
GENERAL SERVANT. Apply between 10 and 11 o'clock, to Mrs. J. H. MORRISON, 264, Pitt-street,
nearly opposite tho School of Arts.
WANTED to PLACE a respectable and educated
YOUTn, aged 17, In an Office or Mercantile noiisc. Salary no object for the first six months. Addreis t P., IlEiUm Office._
ANTED, fora family rosident In Brisbane, Qneens
land, a LADY compotont to teach Fronob, muslo, singing, Ac Apply any day beforo 3 o'clock to Mrs. BARLOW, 22, Ctnr.barlnnd-placo._
ANTED, by a lady, n SITUATION as SALES
WO.MAN in a drapery establishment. Most satis-
factory references na to competency and respectability.
Address A. N. Z., HERALD Office.
' ANTED, arespcotnble YOUTH, oapnble of looking
after two horses when in town and travelling with
agontloman. Apply at No. 11, Bnrrnok-stroot, this day,
at 10 o'clock.
WANTED, a G OA^ERNESS, immediately, to procood
to Goulburn, capable of imparting a good sound English education, with music and Fronch. Apply, be-
tween the hours of 12 and 3, Mrs. JOSEPH JONES, 459,
WANTED, a MILLER; must be a good stone-dresser,
and onpable of mannging n small steam englno; a singlo man preferred ; to a compotent person a liberal «alary will be givon. Apply to F. W. THRUM, Muswoll brook Mills._ WANTBD, a GOVERNESS, to proceed to the
country hy the end of the present year or tho be- ginning of 1S60; must be thoroughly competent to impart a sound English education, with music and French. Apply
hy letter to II. M., Post Office, Yass, which will moet with
WANTED, for a singing-room in tho interior, a
FEMALE or MALE SINGER (female preferred). None but those of sober habits nocd apply. Application to bo made, between the hours of 9 and IO on AVEDNES DAY MORNING next, at tho Post Office, Hotel, York street, Sj dney, ns tho party will bo In attendance._ ñrXÑTED, in rydnoy, Two Fomalo Servants, for a Tt private family, onoCook, IhoothcrHousenndParlonr Maid ; Fonr Pair of Sawyers, Two Married Couples, and a Housemaid ; a Singlo Man ns Groom and Conchman, a Blacksmith for Queenaland ; Kltchon Maid, for a1* hotel ; a Middle-aged Protestant, as Housekeeper and Servant ; n Shoemaker's Apprentice for the country. S. ASHLIN, labour and commission agent, 139, Pitt-street, opposite Union Bank._ WANTED, by the undersigned, possessing a general
knowledge of mercantile bnslness, a SITUATION as CLERK, COLLECTOR, Ac AVould have no objection lo net as Commercial Travoller either in town or country, in tho flour, wine, and spirit, or grocery business, Ac, having lind considerable expotience in tho snme, coupled ulth the advantage of twelve years' experience in tho colonies, and a practical knowledgo of the principal cities, townships, and stations In New Holland. Keferences por ¡ mitted to, and satisfactory reasons for leaving given by, Messrs. Thompson, Symonds, and Co., my late employers. JAMES S. HELLIER. Datchett-streot, Balmain.
APARTMENTS to LET, nnfumishod ; situation
about tho healthiest in Sydney. Apply No. l8, Sonth Hoad Road.______
FIÍÍSTTOLASS Family RESIDENCE, facing tho Domain, and containing eight large rooms, with good cellars, detached kitchen, splendid view of tho harbour ; in fact, a gentleman's residence. Apply to ALBEMARLE LA YARD, Jamlson-strcot._
"tlLM.UN -LODGINGS with partial board AVnntod
by a gentleman. Address J.Y"., HERALD Office.
OARD ond RESIDENCE at 20¿, Palmer-street,
AVoolloomojloo ; terms moderate. _ B B
BOARD and RESIUENOE for a Gentleman, 25s. per
week. 9, Gloucester-terrace, Macqnarie-street South. BOARD and RESIDENCE at Mrs. CAREAV'S, corner
of Hunter and Castlereagh streets._ OARDand RESIDENCE for two Gentlemen. Mrs.
MEDLEAr, Sandridge Honso, Dawes' Point, Lower George-street._ B~" OARD AND RESIDENCE required by a gentleman
in a genteel and quiet family in Sydney,or tho im niedlate momos. Address V. B,, HERALD Office._ CLEE VILLA, Neutral Bay.-To LET, that delightful
family RESIDENCE, Clee Villa, Neutral Harbour, with considerable frontage to the waters of Port Jackson. The house contains seven rooms, with commodious de- tached kitohen, servants' sleeping rooms, &c, and cellars, with a never-failing supply of pure fresh water. The pro- perty commands most picturesque views of the harbour, with its many Islands, Woolloomooloo, Darling Point, and the surrounding country. There are also a good garden, shrubbery, and seven acres of ground enclosed by a substan tial fence. Rent moderate. For partlculars apply to Mr. FRANCIS H. GRUNDY, 119, Elizabeth-street, two doors south of King-street; or by letter to A. DAVY, Esq , Harrington Park, Narrellan._ HOUSE and SHOP to LET, situated In Parramatta
street. AVater laid on-taxes paid. Rent mode rate. Apply 167, Parramatta-street._
ANDSOMELY-FURNISHED SITTING, BED, and
DRESSING ROOMS, for a Lady and Gentleman, with extra Bedroom if required, and attendance. No. 201, Macquarie street North. No other lodgers kept._ HOUSE TO LET.-A comfortable five-roomed
HOUSE, In Liverpool-street, corner of Yurong strcot, with yard, out-ofllces j water laid on. Apply to L. E. THRELKELD and CO._ HUNTER'S HILL, PARRAMATTA BIVER.-To
be LET, the HOUSE and GROUNDS, situated as above, the property of the French Consul ; possession to bo (riven In the course of this month. The premises contain verandah, front and back, large hall, dining and drowing rooms (22 by 20), four bedrooms, and on the second floor, a room of 48 by 20, which mnv be divided. Detached, but communicating by a covered way from the main building, on one side, two spare rooms, two servants' rooms, kitchen, laundry, a lurge upper room ; on tho other sido, bath-room, stable, coachhouse, gardener's room, and largo loft ; in the back yard, poultry house and all kind of conveni- ence ; on the Lane Cove River, swimming-bath fenced in, with dressing-room, and wharves on both the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers. AVelh on oithor side of the house fitted with force pumps, and containing over twelve thou- sand calions of water. The grounds consist of soven acres, tastefully laid out in shrubbery, lawn, flower and vegetable carden* ; orchard (260 frnit-treos In full bearing), vine- yard ( 1500 vines), Ac. Tho Parramatta steamers stop at the wharf eight times during tho day. For further par- ticulars apply to R.P.RICHARDSON, Bank-building,, George-street._
M' UDGEE HOTEL, MUDGEE.-To LET, the above
named Hotel, situate in the primal street in the towu, opposite the court-house, and doing a first-class
bUTH1eSprom!ses, which occupy one and a half acre of
ero.nd, consist of a oommodio-n lion-., with a first-class I billiard-table; good garden, flrst-into «ellar, excellent "tores, stabling for eighteen horses, «t.d eight loose boxes.
Attached to the promises are
Stock yards Sale yards
all securely enclosed, and erected expressly for the accem modation of stock on their way to the metropolis.
Such a chance as this Is rarely to be met with, ns it may be said it would be impossible to find another establish- ment in the AVestern District so replete with every con VCThêsoie reason for the proprietor retiring therefrom is the Illness of the landlady; and »o any person of business habits a rapid fortune may be ensured by catering for the
PX°teTs a^pl/to AMES CAIN, Mudgee Hotel, Mudgee; or tP0,yMr. W. R. TEMPLETON, solicitor,
Mudgee._. -OT1CB.-To Solicitors, Registry Office Keepers, and
others.-To LET, the PREMISES, late Melbourne Hotel. Apply to C. ASHTON, engraver end printer, 120, King-street. _ r
QPFICls TO LET, opposite the Supreme Court, King
street. Apply at BAKER'S Hotel, King and Phillip streets._
FFICES to LET, in Margaret-street.-The comrao.
dious Offices, lately in the possession of the «oyal Co., and new ¿ccupied by AV. Bj"yard, Esq. Imme diat possession if required. Apply to GILCHKiaf,
AVA'ÍT, »nd C9,
PBTTY-S HOTEL, Chnrch-htll.-To LET, for a term,
tho abovo well-known Hotel. The reputation of these extensive premises ns a first-class Family Ho'ol has been so long established, and the lucrative nature of the Dullness acknowledged, that It Is unnecessary to mako a
single comment on tho opportunity now afibrdsd to secure
Possession can be elven nt once, and the premises are now in thorough repair. For cards to view and full par- ticulars apply to RICHARDSON and WRENcn, Bank
00M3 to LBT.Furnishodoi- Unfurnished, with Board.
231, Castlorengh-Rtroet, near Market-street.
RESIDENCE and Partial BOARD for Two Gontlemen,
i where there aro no other lodgers. Tho situ ition is
healthy, with pleasant society and uso of piano. Address
J. N. D.
E~ ICIIMOND.-To LET, a Family RESIDENCE, con
i talning six good rooms, together with servant's rooms and kitchen attached ; store, coach-houso, and stable, room for five horses ; alsa a small paddock and garden For further particulars apply to the undersigned. SLOPER COX. J SANITORIUM.-To LET, for a term, a delubtfully
sitnated Eamilv RESIDENCE, or suited for a school, in a favourite locsllty. Apply Messrs. GURNER and
0 LET. Wimbledon COTTAGE, Waverloy, near tho
Tea Gardens. Enquiro of E. PUGH, 2*3, Georgo Btreef, or on tho premises
0 LET, that central and commodious WAREHOUSE _ No. 95, York-street. Apply to JOHN FRAZER and CO., 97. York-street._ 1*10 LET, the OFFICES at present occupiod by the
. undersigned in Elizabeth-streot. Apply to G. W. GRAHAM. 6. Elizubath-strent North. _ fllO LET, aten roomed Family RESIDENCE, situate X in tho Outer Domain. For further particulars apply on the Premises, 4, Richmond-terrace, Domain.
mO LET, a newly erected COTTAGE, at Glenhurst, _ near St. Mark's Church, four rooms, servants' rooms. &o , &o. For particulars apply 428. George- st root.
mo LET, in Willinm-stioot, HOUSE and ¡-HOP, In .L occupation of Mrs. Clay, milliner. R. FORBES, 170, Pitt-street._ rjlO LET, at Botany, Sandwich House, containing eight L rooms, kitchen, stable, sheds, &c, with five acres of land ; also, eight acres, part under cultivation, with hut. F. K. OLLIVER, Botany.
10 LET, a 8 HOP, In Pitt-street, containlnpfour rooms ; , , detached kitohen, lnrgo yard, water luid on, taxes '. paid ; rent, 21s, per week. Apply to Mrs. COATES, 114,
110 CABMEN and DRAYMEN.-COTTAGE and
. STA RLE to LET.-In Little Htintor-street, a Small Cottage with two-stall stable mid conohl.oujo. For rent, &C, npply to T. and W. BENNETT, 204, Georgo-ftrcet.
TO LET, a Seven-roomed COTTAGE and detached
SHOP, suitable for a Butcher, at Balmain, near the I Dry Dook. For further partlcu'ars apply to ASHDOWN
and CO., corner George and King streets.
0 BE LET, a COTTAGE, on the Balmain Road;
also, 86 »cres at Queanbeyan, 17 at Liverpool. Rents, £52, £12, and £15 per annum. Apply to Mr BROOKS, PosUJfllce._ rp 0 LET, a large SHOP. Uti ed up with counter, shelving, X and gas, has plenty store room for any business, and larco family reBidenco, repleto with every convenience.
J. YEOMANS, 794, George-street._
rilO LET, 251, Elizibeth-street, facing Hyde I'ark, con L taining six rooms and kitchen ; good yiird and shed, &c. One of the rooms can now be ro-let to great advantage. Apply Glasgow Book Wurohou.se, corner of flathurst-st.
TO LET, together, or separately, all those centrlcally
situated WHARP and STORES, adjoining the N. H. R. S. Company's Wharf, in Sussex-street. Apply at 16, Crown-street, Miller's Point, Sydney. (Rent moderate.) rilO LET, BELLE VUE HOUSE, Kent-street North, L containing ton rooms, kitchen, and servants' rooms ¡ Urge yard, water laid on, «to. Apply to W. CRANE, 431, Castlcreagh-streot South.
mo LET, with immediate possession, the STORE and X OFFICES, in Mncqu.ir'o-plnco, Circular Qnay, lately occupiod by C. R. Robinson and Co. Apply to LENNON and CAPE, Terry's-bulldings, Pitt-street._
TO LET, in Palmor-streot, a HOUSE of fonr rooms,
with kitchen and cellar; water laid on. Rent 15s.. a week. Apply to Mr. TURTON, corner of Palmer and Liverpool streets.
TO LET, a first-class RESIDENCE, in Argyle-terrace,
Pitt-street, Redfern, of seven rooms ; balcony and verandah, kitchen and laundry, stable and coach-house, &c. Apply on the premises, to Mr. RBNWIOK._
0 LET, a SHOP, in George-slreet South, opposite
Christ Church, lately occupied by Mr. JACKSON, ha'rdresser. For particulars apply to J03RPK BAY- LISS, 804, George-stroet ; or SAMUEL BAYLISS, 483, George-street._ TO LET, the SURRY RILLS HOTEL, Stanley and
Yurong-strcets, Woolloomooloo. The situation s excellent for any business ; and the house, baing in thorough repair, ready for immediate oscupation. Rent very low. Mr. GARRICK, 105, Palmer-street._ TO LET, handsome RESIDENCE, containing tnfao
rooms, &c, In Premier-terrace, William-street, Woolloomooloo, dlrectlv facing Dowling-sfcrcofc. For fnll particulars apply to RICHARDSON and WRENCH, Bank-buildings, George-street._ TO LET, In Clevolnnd-stroot, Redfern, ft good Family
Dwelling nOUSE, eight rooms, kitchen, and out- houses, large yard, stable and coach-lionse. immediate possession can be given. Apply to H. H NEWMAN, op- posite Supremo Court, King-'treet East._ mo LET, the HOUSE No. 103, Cumberland-street, X containing nine rooms, with detached kitchen, stab- ling, and co.tcli-liouse, with back entrance from Prince street ; plenty of water, and nice garden, highly cultivated. Apply OWEN J. CARAHER, Gloucester-street._ T" O LET, pleasantly situated, a detached COTTAGE,
four rooms, servant's room, and kitchen, coachhouse, stables, storerooms, and other outhouses ; carriage entrnnce, llower and kitchen gardens, "c. For particulars apply 428. Gcmre.strcnt._ TO LET tho ESTATE known as ROCKY POINT,
situated about twelve miles from Sydney. ThV house Is commodious, containing twelve largo, and airy rooms, with outhouses ; large garden, and about 120 acres of good grazing and cultivation land. Apply to Mr. T. M'CULLOCH, Alort's-bulldings, Pitt-street._
TO LET, Albion-streot -That commodious Family
RESIDENCE, No. 223, Albion-street, Surry Hills,, bttween Crown and Bourke streets, containing nine rooms, kitchens, cellars, ifcc. ; also, largo yard, stables, coaoh IIOUBO, and loft. The premises have been repainted, papered, and aro in thorough order and repnir. Rent,
£120 per annum. RICHARDSON aud WRENCH, Bank-buildings, George-street._ TO LET.-WERRINGTON HOUSE, and GROUNDS,
a delightful residence, contiguous lo the Raliway Station, at St. Mary's, South Creek, about two milos from Penrlth. The house is stone-built storied, contains 9 com- modious rooms, with detached out-buildings, stablo, coach- house, large barn, &c. The grounds comprise a small quantity of arabio land, and oxcellont irrass paddocks weU watered. Apply to R. COPLAND LETHBRIDGE, Dun heved. 2nd September. _
0 LET, at a moderate rent, the most comfortable
COTTAGES in Sydney. The above uro situated in a healthy neighbourhood, and aro unequalled for cleanli- ness and thorough drainage. The y aids aro cleaned out weekly, a copious supply ol' water to each honso, and all taxes paid. Respectable families will find these cottages most dcsirablo pUcos of residence. The routs from 12s. to 20s. per week. Inquire at WRITTELL'S Fuel Sheds, Bathurst-streot WeBj^igJhtJijMidjidO;_^ 11EN MILES KROM SYDNEY, Live'pool Road.
WORTHY OF NOTICE.-To he LET or SOLD, a FARM, thirty ncres of oxcellonb land, part wider cul- tivation as a gordon, with abundance of iron-bark timber and water, together with horso drays, harness, and all worklne; implements; two slab houses aro upon the farm,, with outbuildings. Apply to JOHN G. COHEN, Bank Auction Rooms ; or Mr. HARRISON, Globe-street, oppo site Mrs.Prendergast'« Inn,_ mo LET, for a term of year.s, or otherwise, as may be
¿ agreed, that COMMODIOUS WHARF (command- ing a frontage to tho Hunter River of 138 feet, with a depth of 108 leet), being a portion of the premises known as the Globo Inn, Morpeth ; non- in the occupancy of Mr. A. W. Thomas, and adjaoent to tho premises of the A. 8. N. Company, and Mr, J. A. Porter's steam mill. This wouM be a desirable opportunity to ship owners anxious to land cargoes with dispntch, as the wharf is roomy and affords easy access to the main road to the Maitlands. For farther particulars apply to Mr. A. W. THOMAS, on the Premises._.
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