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Herald Vince, Sydney, 9th March.
THE INTERCOLONIAL (NEW ZEALAND)
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS daring the ea- rning year will Icare Sydney each month as under -
For AUCKLAND (01 AGO) .ló'h Beluining to SYDNEY about .. .. 8th For NELSON, WELLINGTON, PORT COOPER,
AN J OTAGO, (PRINCE ALFRED) .. 25th EetuiniDg to SYDNEY about .. ., ,. 20th INTERFROVINCIAL SERVICE, NEW ZEALAND.
?»* A ftcamer awails arrival of the Sjdney stranaer at Kelton, transhipping passengers and cargo lor Taraniki »ml M anukau, arriving at Manukau 4*h, leaves Mnuukau on tho 8ih for Taranaki, Nelson, Pioton, Wellingtjn, Cmteibnry and Otago
A STEAMER awaits ARRIVAL of tho SYDNHY STEAMSHIP at AUCKLAND, and LEAVES TFIE MANUKAUon tho 21th for Taranaki, Nelson, Piotin, Ti ellington, Port Coopor, Otago, and the Bluff, oora Buoicalicg with Invercargill RETURNS from BLUFF ontboClh calling at all tho above places, and ARRIVES AOAIN Af MAN UK AU tho 18th nf each month
À steamer LEWES AUCKLAND HARBOUR the Eli, touching at Napier, Wellington, Lyt'elton, and Oti^'o RETURNS from OTAGO with the English mails about thel8tb, touching again at above ports, and ARRIVES at AUCKLAND about the28th of oach month
Time Tablea may bo Been at the OSice, Grattan Wharf, where full l&forn ation will bo giren,
_JOHN VINE HALL, General Manager.
STEAM IO AUCKLAND - The screw steamer
KANGAROO, Captain BELL, just arrived from Ancklatd after a passage of seven days, will be ready to receive tho horses engaged on WEDNESDAY next, 30th icFtant, and leave agam for Aut-kland on THURS- DAY, 3lBt
Shebas still a few stalls disengaged, for whioh early «pplicntfon is necepsary, to GEORGE A, LLOYD aad CO , agents, 3GÍ, George stroet.
HU AUS1RALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION
Io MELBOURNE-WONGA WONGA, TO MOR-
ROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, ató
To BUNT KR RIVER -ILLALONG, THIS NIGHT,
MONDAY, at 11, and OOONANBARA, WED- NESDAY MGHl, at li.
To MANNING RIVER -SAMSON, THURSDAY.
To BRISBANE - TELEGRAPH, TO-MORROW
(TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, at 5.
ToltOCKHAMPION. via GLADSTONE -JAMES
PATERSON, WEDNESDAY ArTERNOON, at 5 To GLADSTONE-JAMES PATERSON, WEDNES-
DAY AFTERN00N, at 5
To PIONEER and BURDEKIN RIVERS. - Tho
JAMK8 PATERSON will take cargo to ba tran fhipped at Rockhampton, per WILLIAMS
To PORT DENISON - EAGLE, TO-MORROW
(TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, at 5
From BRISBANE to IPSWICH-The BRISBANE
and the IPSWICH, daily.
From BRISBANE to ROCKHAMPTON direot.-COL-
LAROY, about 4th April
SAMUEL CLARK, Manag-r.
A 8 N Co 's Wharf, Sussex-street _
HR N. S N. CO -This day being a general holi
. daj, no gooda will bo reoetved or delivered exeat live Mock.
P J COHEN, Manager.
HR. N. 8. N. CO.-Steam to the HUNTER.
. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) NIGHT, at 11,
the CITY OF NEWCASTLE.
On THURSDAY MORNING, at 7. the PATERSON.
P. J. COHEN, Manager.
Office?, foot of Market-street._
UNTER RIVER- NEW STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY.-Steam to and from the Hunter during the months of March and April, 1861 .
On MONDAY, at 7 a,m , the PATERSON.
On TUESDAY, at 11 p.m., the CITY OF NEWCASTLE. On THURSDAY, at 7 a m., the PATERSON.
On FRIDAY, at 11 p m., the CITY OF NEWCASTLS. A Steam« to CLARENCE TOWN dtreot, leaving MOR-
PETH every THURSDAY, at 7 a.m.
On MONDAY, at 7 a m., the CITY OF NEWCASTLE. On TUESDAY, at 2 p m , the PATERSON.
On 1H UR6DA Y, at 7 a.m., tbeCIT Y OF NB WCASTL3. On FRIDAY, at 2 p.m, the PATERSON.
P. J. COHEN, Manager.
Office», foot of Market-street._
AN» R. R. S. N. CO.'S Steamship AGNE3 ^ . IRVING, for GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER direct, on TUESDAY, at 8 p m.
_TILMOUTH F. DYg, Secretary.
STEAM TO THE MACLEAY.-The C. and R. K. ¡i.
N. Company's steamship GRAFTON, for the MACLEAY RIVER, on THURSDAY, the 3tst inBtant. . _TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary.
STBAM to »he MACLEAY RIVER.-NEW MOON, _ TO-MOBROW._W. DALTON, agent.
STEAM lo MELBOURNE.-Regalar Communioatioa.
-The fine new fast and powerful steamer BARWO ST >« placed in the Melbourne trade, and wM ply regularly
«J?«. £6 10«. ; return, £8 8s. ; steerage £2 10«.
jgAIRD, PATBBBON, and CO., agenta. Barraok-rt.
Ï10R WODONGA (Gulf Dtatinge).-Tho dipper - «to»T» FLYING FISH, STIRLING, muter, is «* reeelri« cargo at CsmpbeU'a Wharf. For Might or »"»&> HW Í. IHOBHg,8l, Ne« Pitt-*»*.
ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'d
W0LL0NGONG.-KEMBLA, THIS DAY, at 6 p.m. ;
and MYNORA, at 11 p.m.
ULLADULLA.-KEMBLA, THIS DAY, at 5 p.m.
CLYDE RIVER.-KEMBLA, THI8 DAY, at 6 p.m. KIAMA-MYNORA, TO-NIGHT, at 11.
SHOALHAVEN, KIAMA, TO-MORRO (V, at 11 p.m. MORUYA -MYNORA, on WEDNESDAY, at noon.
WOGONGA (GULF DIGGINGS).-MYNORA, on
WEDNESDAY, at noon.
MERIMBULA.-HUNTER, on WEDNESDAY, at lo
EDEN ' (TWOFOLD BAY).-HUNTER, on WED
NE8DAY, at 10 am._
PARRAMATTA S T B A M E R tí,
FOUR TIMES DAILY.
From PARRAMATTA-7,8, and 11 a.m., and 4 p.m. From SYDNEY-9 a.m., 1.15,4.30, and 6 p.m.
From PARRAMATTA-At 7 a.m., and 4 p.m. From SYDNEY-At 9 a.m., and 6 pm.
Faros, single tickets, Is. Gd. cabin ; Is. steerage.
Return Mottete, 2s. 6d. cabin, la. Cd. steerage, being ONLY NINEPRNCBeaohwav. Refreshmonta on board. STEAN to BRISBANE WATER.-The BLACK
SWAN, on TUESDAY, 5th April, at 8 a.m. ; leavi g GOSFORD the same day,¡at 5 p.m.
I n0«, PORT MACQUARIE.-The MARTHA, from
' the Commercial Wharf, on WEDNESDAY neat.
FOR KEMPSEY, MACLEAY RIVER -The MAR-
GARET, on WEDNESDAY next.
Freight or passage, ariply on board, ANDERSON
CAMPBELL, Wharf. '_
FORthe RICHMOND RIVEK, going to CORIKI.
The tobooner STORM KING will sail in a few days. Carga now received at Wright's Wharf. W. WRIGHT.
OR BRISBANE- The-VIXEN will commence
loading in a few days. MOL1SON and BLACK.
ONLY VESSlsL for BRISBANE and WIDE BAY.
-tt3T The Al clipper brig, GIL BLAS, T. FLEMING, commander, hits a large portion of her cargo engaged, and will be quickly dicpatohed.
For freight or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, und CO , Lloyd's Chambers.
NLY VESSEL FOR MELBOURNE - ^JT The
smart dipper brig EMMA PRESCOTT, has large portion of her ohargo engaged, and will ba quickly dis- patched.
For freight or passage apriy on board at WrigV.'a Wharf, Suflsex-Btreot; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO , Llojd's Chambers.
ART, for AUCKLAND.-if^ Clear» at the Cat
toms TO-MORROW. Shippers will pleaso oom pleto their shipments, PASS ENTRIES, and forward bills of Indine for signature.
LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., agents, Lbyd's
FOR AUCKLAND.-^ The smart dipper brig
GAZBLLE, W. WHITTELL, commander, has n largo portion of her cargo engaged and will meet with quick despatch.
For freight or passage apply on board, at the Grafton Wharf; or io LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO , Lloyd's
OR AUCKLAND. - l^f The favourito regal »r
trader ALICE CAMERON, W. NEARING, commander (now hourly expected), will be dispatohod eight days after arrival.
For freight or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, nod CO., Lloyd'a-ohambers.
OR AUCKLAND dîroot.- The well-known fist
sailing brig ALARM, 19G tons register, Captain MITCHELL, will sail for the above port on TUES- DAY, 29th inBtaut. Shippers are requested to make their engagements at once. Has superior accommodation for a limited number of oabin passengers.
Apply to Captain MITCHELL, onboard, Campbell's Wharf; or to LEARMONTH, DICKINSON, and CO., Charlotte-place.
NEVA, for TARANAKI.-63T Is now fait loiding
at tho Commercial Wharf. Shippers will please completo their shipments, PASS ENTRIES, and forward billa of lading for eignatute.
LA I ULEY. IRELAND, and QO.. Lloyd's Chambers.
NLY VESSEL for DUNEDIN.-The favourite »ad
regular trader, SUSANNAH BOOTH, Captain CLULOW, now loading at CampboU's Wharf, and will meet with quick despatch.
For freight or passage apply to MOLISO N and B L AC K, 17, Bridge-street.
NLY VESSEL FOR POKT COUPBR.-igg- I'rto
favourite regular trader WILD WAVE, J. VAN DERVORD, commander, will ooramenco loading in n few days, at tbe Grafton Wharf, and having a large portion of her cargo already engaged, will be quickly dispatched.
For rates of freight or passage, apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._
OK PORT COOPER direot.-The At brig
HEATHER BELL, ARNOLD, master, having two-thirds of her cargo engaged, will sail the latter ond of the week. Now loading.
For freight or paesnge, apnly on board, at Moore's Whoif; orto J. J. PEACOCK, Miller's Point.
OR FIJI direct-The mission brig JOHN WE-5 LEY, Captain WELCH, will sail on tho 1st of April. For freight or passage apply to Captain WELCH, on leard; or JOSEPH KENDALL, No. 4, Campbell's Whaif._
ONLY VESSEL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
IgT Calling ot AUCKLAND.-The Al olippar Ship, T. W. HOUSE, 1000 tons burthen, J. G. Barron, commander, (late of the Alioe Cameron) will be quickly
For fieight or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRE LAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._
FOR SHANGHAI.-For Light Freight and Passen-
gers.-The celebrated ship HIGHFLYER, 1011 ton?, will bo shortly dispatcned.
For terms apply to Captain SMITH, on baird, at Cir- cular Quay; or to YOUNG, LARK, and BENNETT, George ard Margaret streets.
OR SI1ANGHAE diraot.~The lino Al clipper ship
CLARAMONT, J. MACKINTOSH, commander, wit tail about lOlh Aptil. Has room for a few first and third-claes passengers, and a little light freight.
Apply to J. B. METCALFE and CO., agents, 9, Bridga frlrcet._ TO PASSKNGERS TO SHANGHAB.-The clipoer
schooner ELIZA MARY, 126 tons, Captain HUD- SON, has good accommodation for a fan- passengers.
Apply to WILLIS, MERRY, and CO._
OR HONGKONG direot.-For Light Freight and
Passengers, with immediate dippatch.-The fine Al 13 j cars' fiigate-fcuilt ship JOHN TEMPERLEY, 1000 tons register, RALPH R. LIDDLE, commander, fir light freight or passengers only.
A pply to the Captain, on board ; or to L. and S. SP YER and CO , Wjnyard-equaro.
LACKWALL LINE~ÖF PACKETS.-For LON
DON direct.-To sall on tho loth April, the splendid Al clipper ship ORWELL, 1200 tons, HENRY QUIN, oommander, is now ready to receive wool at Marsden's Store, and having nearly all her dead weigh! engaged, will sail as above The accommodations fox passengers ate vciy superior, being spacious, lofty, and ventilated by large ports. Carries an experienced surgeon.
First cabin, according to accommodation required.
Second ditto, £25.
J. B. ME'TCALFE and CO), agenta, 9, Bridge-street.
ABERDEEN CLIPPER LINE-For LONDON
direct.-The splendid Al ship STRATHDON, 1101 tons registpr, G. H. PILE, commander, having the preater portion of her cargo engaged will hare immediate
For freight or passage apply to Captain PILE, on board, at Circular Quay ; or to JACOB L. MONTEFIORE.
NO TIC E.-All CLAIMS against the ship
EUPHRATES aro requested to be- renlered in duplicate lo the undersigned before 12 o'clook on TUE3 DAY. the 29th instant. BEILBY and SCOTT._
FOR FRBIGHT or CHARTER, the British ship
CORRIEMULZIE, Al at Lloyds', 606 tons regis ter, Captain Whyte. Apply to J. T. ARMITAGE ani CO._
OR FREIGHT orCHARTER, C11'Y OF CSYDNß Y,
130 tons. ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, and CO .
CHARTER.- If®"WANTED (o Charter for a Foreign
voyage, a first-clues VESSEL of 400 to 600 tons register. Apply at enea to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.. Lloyd's Chambers.
OR SALE or CHARTER, eohoocer MARTHA. Apply to Captain ROGERS or JAKES MALCOLM. FOR SALB, the Al American cltppdrehip MARY
BRADFORD, 801 tons register, built at Warren, Rhode Island, in a most thorough manner; newly metalled in Ootober, 1863, and now in perfeot order ; well found la sail«, rigging, ftc, ¿se.
Apply to Captain WILSON, on board, at Campbell's
Wharf ; or to WILKINSON, BROTHERS, and CO., 30,
OR SALB-Tho Al barque MARIAN, 414 toni
register, owrie« 650 tou «lead wright. Apply to J. A, BBOWW, BprtBt-atrjMt.
_CARBONS ADVERTISED FOR._ MRS. SMITH, Ladies' Nurse, pleas i oiU at Mrs.
COOPER'S, uphols'eress, 26, King-street West. Important business.
riluE PERSON who came passenger by tüe Ciar« M Sayers, who was formerly mate of the Ariel schooner, will obligo by calling on Captain EDWARDS, at 35,
GRAND INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH.
-All England v New 8outh Wales -THIS DAY, TO-MORROW, and WEDNE8DAY. Play tooommenoe at eleven o'clock._ CRICKET.-All-England Eleven v. New Soulh Wales
Twenty-two.-THIS DAY, in the Domain._
RICKET.-WEST MAITLAND.-The All-England
Eleven will play 22 of the Northern Distriots on THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY._ SECOND INTERNATIONAL ¡CRICKET MATCH
-New SCORING CARDS, of a more convenient size and shape, containing the nnmbers of the batsmen as they go to the wickets, and the first day's soore, prioe 61. To be had in in the Domain, and at the Caxton Printing Office._
PARRAMATTA CRICKET CLUB.-A General
MEETING of tho above Club will be held on TUESDAY, 29th instant, at tho Club room, at 8 o'clock p m. precisely, to consider business of importance.
_ALFRED BROWN, Hon. Secretary.
NAVAL BRIGADE.-All hands to muster ac Flagstaff
Hill on WEDNE8DAY MORNING next, the 30th instant, at half-past 6, in uniform, with carbines and sword bayonets.
( Signed) FRANCIS HIXSON, Captain Commanding. 24th March._
STEAM EXOUltSION TO MANLY BEACH,
EASTER MONDAY, 28th Maroh.-The Steam- ships
from Circular Quay at 10 a.m., 11 o'clock, and overy hour throughout the day.
The PHANTOM, from Woolloomooloo Bay at 10 a.m., and thoughout tho day,
B" TEAM EXCURSION TO BALMORAL GAR-
DENS, MIDDLE HARBOUR, EASTER MON- DAY. 28th Maroh.-The Steamships HUNTER, and BLACK SW,AN, from Circular Quiy, at 10 a ni., catling at Woolloomooloo Bay.
STEAM EXCURSION TO WATSON'S BAY,
EASTER MONDAY, 28th Maroh.-The Steamar PELICAN from Ciroular Quay, at 10 a.m., calling at Woolloomooloo Bay.
BALMORAL GARDENS.-Easter Monday.- Re-
freshments of ali kinds, at moderate ohargo. Dancing saloon, 80 fut long, roofed, and boarded floor. Splendid band engaged.
ÏLMORAL GARDBNS.-EA8TER MONDAY.
Great attraction. Come early. Steamers at 10 a.m. atd every hour all day.
ALMORAL GARDENS, Middle Harbour.
EA8TBR MONDAY.-Dancing, raoes, ondlotaof fun. Splendid band engaged.
B~^ALMORAL' GARDENS.-Easter Monday, the
Sacramento Minstrels will perform, free of onarge.
ANLY BEACH.-EASTER MONDAY
"The STEYNE HOTEL is opon.
Dancing ra Grand Saloon. _Splendid Band.
MANLY BEACH.-Foot Raoes on EA8TKR MON
DAY, for purses of money.
ANLY BEACH.-EA8TER MONDAY'.-Jump,
ing in Saoks; lots of real Old English sport.
ANLY BEACH.-DANCING in the Saloon of
MANLY BEACH.-STEYNE HOTEL.-Foot Bill
_and other amusements._
MANLY BEACH. - First - olass STEAMER!
SYDNEY HEBREW SCHUOL
Annual PICNIC to MIDDLE HARBOUR. The I fine steamer BREADALBANE will leave the CirooUr ¡
Quay (Tramway Terminus) on WEDNESDAY NEX r,
March 30th, at 10 o'clock precisely.
Return tickets, 2s. 6d. each ; ohildren, half price. To de had from the Committea :-Mr. S. Phillips, President, 512, George-street; Mr. M. Samuel, Treasurer, Georgo-streut South; Mr. J. IeaacB, Gtorge-strootSouth; Mr. 8. Levoy, George-street South ; Mr. S. H Levy, George-street South ; Mr. J. Abrahams, 375, Elizabeth-street ¿South; Mr. L. Lipman, Secretary, 199, York-street.
A Band will bo in intendance.
N.B.-Luncheon can be had on the ground from M. Compagnoni at 3s. each.
RAND STEAM EXCURSION OF ST. BENK
DICT'S YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY to tho beautiful and romantic grounds of J. Milson, Esq,
Cremorne, on EASTER MONDAY.
Tho Sooiety bave engaged two steamers to ply from Circular Quay every half-hour, so that those who wish to see this beautiful spot can do so, and return at their own convenience; and those wishing to romain will have every opportunity of ccjojinga pleasant day. A grand Quad- rille Band has been engaged, and will playón tho ground In a pavilion erected for the purpose. A variety of Sports tD amuse old and young, including a Grand Cricket Match between St. Benedict's and St. Patrick's Sooieties, win are to have an excursion to tho same grounds.
Tickets- Adults, Is. 6d. ; children, Is. To bo had of any of the committee
Lunch will be provided for all-oomers at a very moderate charge, by a member of the sooiety. _
SIR . JOSEPH BANKS MARINE FAMILY
HOTEL, Botany Bay.-Luncheons and Dinners pro- vided at shoitnotioe. The gardens, cricket ground, and bowling green aro now in splendid order. Omnibuses from Sydney UB UEUSI.
EASIER MONDAY.-Sir Joseph Banks Hotal,
BotnDj- Bay. Dinner will bo provided for visitors at half-past cne o'olock, Tickets to bo had at the bar.
_ VICKERS MOYSE.
E" ASTER MONDAY EVENING-By spécial" re-
quest, at the Congregational School-room, Cleve- land-streot, Redfern, Mr. WEBSTER will exhibit his DISSOLVING VIEWS, as previously announoed, WEI'
Admission Is. each, children half-prico. Doors open at half-post 7 o'clock, commence at S.
EASTER MONDAY.-'I ho ALL-ENGLAND
ELEVEN will THIS EVENING patronise Mr. W. CLARK'S Grand Extra Quadrille Assembly, 103,-Elizi beth-street. Dancing commences at S p.m.
CT7INDSOR - School of Arts-Mr. W. CLARK'S Tr Grand Extra Quadrille Assembly, EaBtor Tuesday. ST. MARY'S South Creek.-Mr. W. CLARK'S Qtnd
rille Assembly, Wednesday, 30th ; dancing at S p.m. GRAND BALL, at tho Prince of Wales Hotel,
Lower George-street, THIS EVENING._
A SELECT BALL and Supper at Mr. WILLIAM
AYLWARD'S, Prince Alfred Hotol, Dovonshire street, Surry Hills, on EASTER MONDAY NIGHT, the 28th March, Fingió tickets 3s., double 6a. Dancing to commence at half-past 8.
EASTER MONDAY NIGHT-A Freo BALL at
tho HoneU Irishman Inn, Camperdown.
SELECT BALL, Mondays and Saturdays. Shakesperiau
Hall. SussBX-streot; Is. Conductcr, Mr.SHAPTER. A FREE BALL will be held at Mr. BRENCHLEY'S,
Shearers' Arms, Botany Rood, onMONDAY EVEN INK._ PHRENOLOGY.-À CLASS, to consist of a limited
number of members, is in course of formation. Early application should be made lo J. D. KELLEY, practical phrenologist, 328, George-street, from whom fall particulars may be obtained._
HYSIOGNOMY.-Tho human face is the mirror of
the soul. Mr. C. EDWARDS can bo consulted from 10 am. to 6 p m. Registers from Is. Astrology: nativities catt. Letters._
OWNERS and TRAINERS of RACS-HOESISS
ENTRANCES for the Randwick Autuma Meeting will close at 4 p.m. on FRIDAY next.
_BUCHAN THOMSON, hon, seo. A. J. C.
NEW WEEKLY JOURNAL.
On SATURDAY, tha 2nd April, will ba published
THE SYDNEY TIMBS.
The distinctive political feature of this Journal will be the advocacy of encouragement by législative action to
The extensive eironlaiion already seourcd for the fc'YJWKY TIMES will render It the best medium of adver- tising in the colony.
Coplea at THREE FENCE each, to be had from all
newt agent« in towt.
O/urtrrly anbecriptlon, iacluding free delivery ia 8ydnrr aid tubBTbe, THREE SHILLINGS ANO 81X-FBNCB.
Temporary Office, 106, York-atieet.
0~ RPHBONI8T SOCIETY-Special Practice THIS
B VENINO, feriadla*. D.G*\LLBN,dimtor.
AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK-Rates
of I iicount-Current rates are as follows, namely : -
7 per cent, on bills of S m. d. and ander. 8 ditto ditto of 4 m. d.
9 ditto ditto of longer dates.
The Board moet every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at noon to discount bills, grant cash credits, and to transaot every description of banking business.
_A H. RICHARDSON, General Manager.'
ENGLISH, SCOTTI8B, AND AUSTRALIAN
CHARTERED BANK.-MONDAY, the 28th Instant, being EaBter Mondav, will be observed as a holidaj at this bank. The Board will meet for tho disoount of bills on Tuesday, the 29th, at noon.
F. A. STRATFORD, Managar. Sydney, 24th March._ HE CITY BANK-MONDAY, the 28th instant,
being Easter Monday, will be observed as a holiday at this bank. The Board will meet for tho discount of bills on TUESDAY, the 29ih, at-noon. By order of the Board,
J. T. tfORD, Manager. Sydney, 26th March. _
THE ANNUAL TEA MEETING in aid of the
WBSLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY, Sydney. North Cirouit, will be held THIS (Monday) EVENING, in the sohoolrooms of the York-street ohurch, to commence at half-past 6 o'clock.
After wnich a publio meeting wili be held in the church, chair to be, taken by John Caldwell, Esq., M.P.
Addresses will be delivered by the Rev. Messrs. Eggleston, Hurst, Chapman, Curnow, Brooks, R, Sellors, and other gentlemen.
A collection will bo made at the doss of the meeting.
_Tickets for the tea, 1B 6d. '_
MELANESIAN MISSION.-It ia proposed to hold a
PUBLIC MEETING on behalf of the above Mission in St. James' Schoolroom, Castlereagh-street, on WEDNESDAY, March 30th, whon tho Right Rov. Bishop PATTESON will givo a statement ef tho condition «nd prospeots of the Mission,
The chair will be tsken by the Lord Bishop of Sydney at 7 o'olock.
There will be a oolleotion at the olosa of the meeting.
ÏHE USUAL Monthly MEETING of the AOOLI
MATISATION SOCIETY will bo-held THIS EVENING, tho 28th instant, at 8 o'olook, at the School of Arts, for the purpose of reading papers and discussing subjects connected with acclimatisation. Members are invited to attend. The Annual General Meeting'has been postponed._
MASONIC-ZETLAND CHAPTER OF AUS-
TRALIA, No. 390-Convocation, THIS EVEN INO,at 7.30 prompt, at tho Hall, York-straet. By order of the M.-.JB..Z-. FRANCIS B. DAVIDSON. E.-.
S~~TJRRY HILLS-Y. M. Mumal Improvement Soolety.
Wertlv MEETING, TO-MORROW, TUESDAY. J. ABBOTT, hon, sec._ »TMiE JOURNEYMEN TAILORS' TRADE SO
M. PIETY meet THIS EVENING,at 8 o'olook.
PADDINGTON MUNICIPALITY.-A Pabilo
MEETING of tho ratepayers will be hold in the Schoolroom opposite the residence of Mr Underwood, Faddirgton-street, on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, the 3Cth March instant, for the purpoBO of considering tho conduot of certain members of tho present Council, and other business. The chair will be taken at 7 o'clock precisely.
LECTORS OF MACQUARIE WARD -Bewaro
of the freo trade oandidate, wào would tax your tea and tugar. Voto for a man who will watch the interests of the tradesmen and working men of the city. The candidato who is too proud or indifferent to personally solicit you suffrages is not the man for Macquarie Ward.
VOTE FOR GEORGE B KELLY._
ELECTION FOR MACQUARIE WARD-A
MEETING of tho friends of Mr. GEORGE B KULLY will be held on TUESDAY EVENING, 29th March, at the Volunteer Hotel (Wilson's), oorner of Pitt and 1'aik streets, at 8 p m. Electors of the Ward are re- spectfully invited to attend.
_JAMES T. GROCOTT, hon, seo.
ELECTORS OF MACQUARIE WARD, vote for
G. B. KELLY, because he is supported by Miohnel Chapman, Epq., Justice of the Peace-modal juryman, &o.
HOMAS J. BOWN for MACQUARIE WARD
Tho Committee MEET EVERY EVENING, at 8. at Mr. James Kelly's, Emu Inn, George and Bathuist
stieats. GBORQE A. HEWETT, secretary._
BOWN FOR MACQUARIE WARD.-Mr. BOWN
Will meet the electors at Mrs. Gordon's, Travellers' Rest, Market and Castlereagh streets, on TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
_GEORGE A. HEWETT, secretary.
MACQUARIE WARD-ELECTORS, be not d¡
ceived by the false report that I have resigned in favour of'Mt. Bennett. I should ooneiler myself dis- graced and my friends and supporters insulted were I to do so after the manner in which they have promised their
'_» _T. J. BOWN.
17 LECTOR S of Macquarie Ward will not deoeive.
li BENNETT is oor man._
MACQUARIE WARD-VotB for BENNETT, who
will strive to return the favour.
AUSTRALIAN LADIES' COLLEGE -The Duttes*
of this establishment will bo resumed at Kellut Houston THURSDAY, 31stinstant.
CAMDEN COLLEGE, NEWTOWN-The Boarding
and Day Sohool, which will form one branoh of the abo vo iEBtitution, will be OPEN for the reoeption nf pupils immediaiely after the mid-winter holidays.
This department will be conducted on religious but non sectariBn principles. The services of competent masters will le fecured._ The fees will not be inexcessof those cuBtorrorily charged in the best schools of the colony. Day pupils residing ata distance from the College oan, on the payment of a email fee, be accommodated with stalls for their torete. The «¡rounds connected with tho institution extend over cine acres, and afford ample room for healthful
Parents and guardians can view the premises and obtain further information on application to The Rev. S. C. KENT, Newtown.
JOSIAH MULLENS, hon, eeoretary. 15th March.
EVENING flats for the instruction of Young Ladies
in all the English branches. 100, Harrlngton-strest EDUCAT ION.-Miss DYE. Darling-Btreet, Balmain,
receives a select number of Pupils to instruct in the
utual biancbes of education.
I_7DUCA/TT6N, with Maternal Home. - A Gentle
li woman, having completed the education of two young ladies, is desirous to supply their place. Morning classes for every branch ; best masters. 9, Bligh street.
DUCATIONAL-NOTICE of REMOVAL.-Mr.
EDSON has removed bia school from Randwick to Narremlerra Houso, Coogoe Bay, where he is prepared to receive a few additional pupils. Narrenderra House is a spacious residence, with lofty well ventilated rooms, posses- sing the amplest accommodation for boarders, mott healthily situated, and, being clot o to the Bay, affording every oppor- tunity for stn bathing. Only a eelect number qf pupils ari taken, to v.bom a liberal sud accomplished education is imparted, with the greatest caro over their morals, health, and domestic comforts. Prospectuses and the highest re- ferences may be obtained by application to Mr. Edson ; or to Samuel Hebblewhite, EHJ , Pitt-street. A Preparatory School for boy« under ten years of age is conducted by Mrs. Edson i terms, 40 guineas per annum.
RENCH, ITALIAN, DRAWING, and PAINT
ING.-Sfgnor G. C. ASSELIN, L L.D., has two days disengaged weekly. Schools and families attended. Italian Consulate, 98, Elizabeth-street,
RS. MACARTHUR receives a limited number of
Resident Pupils (8), also Day Pupils, to instruct in
all the usual branches of education. Ciasees to be resumed I
30th instant._ MISS JOHKBON'S Preparatory SCHOOL for youn? '
Gentlemen. Tho second quarter commenoes April
4th. A vacancy for one weekly boarder. 63, Elisabeth- i
X FORD-STREET, Kingston-Mrs. BOYCE politely '
intimates that étudies will be resumed on FRIDAY I next. Ladies not attending the school can join the olasse«. :
RIVATTS EDUCATION-A Morning Class for six ,
young Ladies. 191, Macquarie-st. South, Two '
RIVIERE HOUSE, Piper-stroet, Upper Paddington.
Select Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies Miss GRIFFIN reoeiVOB a limited number of resident and day pupils to instinct in all the branches of a sound English
education, with French, German, music, singing, dancing, j ned drawing, in which she is assisted by eminent profossore : Young ladlee, not otherwise pupils, can join any of the ela» es. References may be made to Mrs. Throsby, Throsby Park; Mrs. Broughton, Broughtoneworth; Mrs. Brown, Coverwell ; Mrs. A. Osborne, Marshall Mount.
SYDNEY MECHANICS* SCHOOL OF ARTS.
Yearly and Half-jearty TICKETS, for the quarter commencing April 1st, are now ready for Issue. 8ubicrip tlon (wnioh includes admission to reading-room, use of circulating library, and library of referenoe, admission to lectores, and varions clastea), £1 per annum,
_ JOHN T. HOBB3, 8ecretar-fc
ALLACCOUNT8duetothelate Firm of HITOHOCK,'
HARDIE, and BUZACOTT are respectfully re-
quested to be PAID before the 31st hutut. 357, George«
Thestage arrangement« ander the entirediroation «¡ni management of
Mr. RICHARD YOUNGE.
Doors open at seven o'olook, performance to oommenoo at half-past seven.
GRAND BASTER PRODUCTION !
LADY BELLE BELLE, I Mr. J. H. Byron'a last speotaouUr extravaganza-whioh will be replete with sparkling jokes, beautiful music, and will be produced with new scenery, dresseB, and a
Gorgeous Last Scene
on which no expense has been spared, and will surpass any- thing hitherto attempted.
MISS ANNIE LOCKHART
as LADY AUDLEY.
EASTER MONDAY, March 28, and every evening until further notioo, the performances will commence with the great sensation drama of
LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET.
After which, will be produced J. H. Byron's last and most successful burlesque extravaganza
LADY BELLE BELL* ;
Or Fortunio and his Seven Magia Men.
Monthly tiokets, £1 Is each._
RINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE
"LYSTER'S ROYAL ITALIAN AND ENGLISH
Sole Lessee and Director .Mr. W. S. Lyster. Starre Manager........Mr. W. Lloyd. Scenic Artist.,."..Mr. W. J. Wilson.
Vice-Regal oommand night.
On whioh occasion his Excellenoy the GOVERNOR and
LADY YOUNG will honor the Opera House
with their presenoe.
Mr. Lyster has the honor to announce to the musical pnblio of Sydney, that after this season whioh ends on the 16th of Apiti, it will be many months before the return of the Opera Company, and thnt during the remaining throe weeks the grand operas of FAUST, HUGUENOT8, and PROPHE IE will be given at an enormous expense, both Orchestra and Chorus being more numerous than on any previous occasion.
Musical Director and Conductor .. Mr. George Loder,
MONDAY and TUESDAY Evenings, Maroh 28th and 29tb, will be presented C. fl. Gounod's Grand Opera, in four aots and a prologue, of
Faust.Mr. Henry Squires Mepbistopheles.Mr. Fred. Lystt r Valentine. Mr. Henry Wharton Siebel.,.Miss Georgia Hodsoa
Wagner ,.. Mr. J. E. Kitts Martha.Mrs. Ada King Marguerite.......Madame Lucy Escott
WEDNESDAY Evening will be produced Meyerbeer's Grand Historical Opera ef
Dress Circle and Stalls, 5s. ; Pitt, 2s. Gil. ; Upper Circle and Gallery, Is.
Boors open at half-past 7, opera commences at 8 o'olook precisely.
Bex office open from 12 till 3.
Carriages may be ordered a quarter before li, to set down with the horses' heads towards Hunter-street, take up towards King-street.
VOLUNTEER CONCERT-Those members of No.
2 Battery V. A. who bave had tiokets for the late concert to dispose of, are requested to attend a General MEETING, nt the Battery Offico, Maoquarle-streot, on TUESDAY EVENING, 29th instant, at 7 30 p m.
WILLIAM COOPER, 1 hon. «eos.
_M. YOUNGER. J_
MADAME SOHIER'^ WAXWORKS EXHI-
nearly opposite the Royal Viotorii Theatre.
Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
the celebrated fortune-teller, and her Visitor.
Aleo, the celebrated Cricketer, B. M. GRACE, Esq.
The above beautiful exhibition representa besides the groups of the
SOLOMON'S JUDGMENT, Seo.,
above forty life-like figures of the msBt important per- sonages of the ego.
Admission,le. ; children, half-prioe.
THE MOST VALUABLE AND MAGNIFICENT
PIANOFORTE EVER IMPORTED TO THESE COLONIES, l8 THE FIRST PRIZE IN THE
GRAND MUSICAL ART-UNION OF 1864.
By Speoial Charter under 14 Viotoria, No. 13.
Four hundred Subscribers at one guinea eaoh, to be drawn
upon the plan of tho Art-Union of London,
243 PRIZES, as follows : 243 prizes as follows.
The magnificent COTTAGE GRAND PIANOFORTE,
by Collard and Collard, VALUE £360, 50 prizes of assorted music, value £1 eaoh
ISO prizes of assorted musio, value 10s, eaoh
42 chromo-ltthographed prints, value from 7s.|.6d. to 21s.
PIANO NOW ON VIEW.
For an elaborate description of this superb instrument seo
Tickets forwarded by post on receipt of subscription. As the list is rapidly being ulled up, early application ia ne-
WILKIE, ELVY, and CO., 321, George-street.
THE Treasurer of the 8ydney Female Refuge Sooiety
begs to acknowledge with thanks the reoeipt of ono pound sterling, donation from " A would-be Labourer," towards the tunda of the institution ; also one pound from "AFriend." JOHN CALDWELL, treasurer._ FREE-TRADE ASSOCIATION, 108, Pitt-street
COPIES of the declaration of Principles, and of various TRACTS published by this Association, oanbe had GRATIS, by applying personally, or by letter, to
F. A. BELL, secretary.
Cards of membership will be ready for issuing on and after Friday, the 4th March, 1864_
F MACLEAN, In returning thanks to his customers
. for the patronage bestowed on his establishment for the last ten years, trusts that by strict attention to merit a continuance of their favours. I beg to state, CHARLES WHEELER, having left my employ, has no oonnootion with my establishment. FERGUS MACLEAN, Rush cutter's Bay. March 23.
ALLERDING, Practical Chronometer, Watch, and . Clockmaker, 25, Jiuntor-street, three doora west 'of Pitt-street. Every description of marine and pocket chronometers re-sprung, adjusted, and rated._
JOHN CHARLE8 BANKS, house and ornamental
painter, of the Glebe Road, respectfully asks his cu st omet s to affix his initials to his name in addressing him by post. Banks was sufficient in the Glebe for upwards of nine years, but now there being other families of the name, in the same road, it is indispensable, to facilitate business.
Glebe Road, Match 28,
JAMES H. ADGER begs respectfully to intimate to
the patrons of his Rooms, and the gentry of New South Wales, that the liberal support he has received during the last few years has rendered it absolutely neces- sary to provide more enlarged accommodation for his rapidly increasing trade, having seoured those extensive and well known "premlfcp, 313, George-street, late in the occupation of Messrs. Poole and Co, tailors. The new establishment will be found replete with every known requisite for the comfort and con- vent« nee of customers, especial attention having been devoted to the fitting up of large and oommodioua baths of enamelled elate now so extensively used in Europe. For the Ladies Department the services of Madame Greurlich
, Court hairdresser, have been obtained. A female assistant for attendance at the Ladies Baths ha« also been engsged. Arrangements have recently been made for regu- lar supplies of perfumery and hairwork from the first Lon- don and Parisian bouses. With these advantages in his favour, J. H. A. trust to merit a continuance of that patronage with which he has hitherto been favoured.
XfcJ 1LL1AM JAMES, Maohinist, Electrician, and If Practical Manufacturer of Philosophical Instru- ments, in "returning thanke to the gentry and publio of New
South Wales for their very liberal patronage during the - last twenty-two yesrs, begs leave to «tate that he ha« re- moved to that ra ore central situation, OG, Elizabeth-street, tear Hunter-street, where he etill continues te give his best attention to all who favour him with their patronage.
W. J. would also «tato that he has now in full operation his new ELECTRO-GALVANIC BATHS (whioh are constructed on a more efficacious plan than those hereto- fore need by bim), for the extraction of Lead, Mercury, Gold, Silver, and all other deleterious Metallio Potions from the hacían frame. _
WK1NG, Pianoforte Maker. Instrument« tuned,
. repaired, and exchanged, on the mott reasonable ferme. Broadwood'« and other first-olaas makers' piano fortte alwey« on SALE. Mort'e-bullding», Pitt-atreet.
OTICB! NOTICE! TO THE PUBLIC
HENRY COLEMAN, of No. 92, LiTerpool-.tre*», nightman, removes, night aott, rubbish, &o., from any part #f the etty, at reasonable charge*. N.B.-How*«, dray«, &o, always to readlnetf, and therefore orders loft at Ike above addiew will be promptly attended to.
BABKHAU8EN*S HOTEL OPERA LUNCHBOW
ROOMS, under the management of F. B. Kaya«r, late Dettmann and Kayser. A first-rate bill of fare. Private dinners at one hour's notioe executed._ CARTES DE VISITE-Two 5s., four 7s. 6d , six 10s ,
twelve 18s. JOHN J. QORUS, 101. King-street.
FUNERALS.-Funerals performed on the moat rea-
sonable terms by Messrs. JOHN HILL, jua., and CO., 100, King and Riley street«._
GEORGE FOX and CO., Carriers, 479, George-street.
Sydney. _ DOD HORSEHAIR, oarded ready for use, Is. per lb.
W. REASON, 7. Bridge-street._
MR. W. KELLERMAN, Professor of Singing and
Musto, at Mess». Wilkie, Elvy, and Co.'«, 321* George-street.
OT10E-FHBDKR1C LASÖETTER bas THIS
DAY REMOVED the business of Iredale and Co., to his new premises, 421, George-street, where it will ia future be oondnoted in his own name.
7th December._ REMOVAL-R. WATSON, plumber, Seo, from 169
to 149, York-st,, next door to the Lyceum Theatre.
REMOVAL.-On the let June, the undersigned will
REMOVE to their Stores, in Pitt-Btreet North, known as Newton's-buildings. KEELE and CO.
Hunter-street, March 1st, 1864._'
S"""YDNEY CARPET BEATING GROUNDS, Rush
cntter'g Bay. ARTLETT and BON, upholsterers.
TO CONTRACTORS and Builders-The undersigned
continues to Supply Bills of Quantities at a small charge to unsuccessful tenderers. C. MAYES, engineer? and architect, 348, George-street. _? ?
OST, on Friday, at Newtown, a yellow and whit« J POINTER BITCH; address on oollar. Finder will be rewarded by leaving at Mr. GOODWIN'S, Vine Cottage, Forbes-btreet, Woolloomooloo. _.
LOST, 4 £1 NOTES, between the Oriental Bank,
Hunter-street, Elizabeth-street, and the Raoooourse; the wages of a working man. Anyone having found the samo vould thankfully obligo, and be rewarded by the owner. Messrs 8. Bennett and Co., grooers. opposite the Market, will receive the money, if returned.
fk-t REWARD-STOLEN or STRAYED frota 3ÜX. Luddenham, one iron-grey HORSE, black points, TL on near shoulder, ag<d (3) three years off. The nbova reward will be paid on delivery of said horse to the under
Bigned, at Luddenham. WILLIAM DORBY._
REWARD-LOST or STOLEN, on the 22nd
instant, one Bay COB, branded M over W over J on near shoulder, small star in forehead, in good oondition. The above reward will be paid on delivery of said horse to the undersigned, at Mulgoa.
i}-t(\ REWARD-STOLEN or STRAYED from ¿JjXvF their Paddook at Homebush, two MARES and two GELDINGS branded as follows; -
One cbetnut marp, MA on near shoulder
One bay ditto, JM over 2 on noar shoulder
One roan geldlnc, W over 9 on near shoulder ' One bay ditto, JDR on off shoulder.
The Bbove reward will be paid to any person who will reBtoro the above horses to their owner, or give suoh In- formation as will seoure their recovery.
Apply to Mr. DAWSON, at Homobush; or L. E.
THRELKELD and CO., George-street._
TEN SHILLINGS REWARD-Loft on the wash
hand stand at the Parramatta Railway Station, a Ladies' RING. Any person returning the same ta TWEMLOW, Brothers, jewellers, 272, George-street, op- posite Jamison-street, will receive the above reward.
TRAYED, from Rosebank Cottage, Glebe Point, at
half-bred Newfoundland Black Slut PUP. Any one returning same will be rewarded. >
O GEORGE HAYDEN, late of MUDGBK.-Notice
is hereby given that I, SARAH HAYDEN, being from your long desertion in no way bounden to you, shall, In three months from this date, contraot myself In marriage if it should so please me to do,
E HEREBY CAUTION all persona against nego
tiatlng warrants for 2 hogsheads brandy ex Loohiel, Haddon, master, from London, warehoused by Messrs. Willis, Merry, and Co., in Botts' bond, mark G 839, Nos. 6 andy, the same having been lost or mislaid by us.
FOTHERINGHAM and MULLEN. '
PIANOFORTES-CAUTION.-The publio are oau
tioned against buying instrument« bearing the name of "Allison and Allison," as that firm has not been in ex- istence since the year 184S. The only firm having a right to that name is RALPH ALLISON and SONS, 108, Wardour-streot, London. Designs and price lists free upon application.
_(Signed) RALPH ALLISON and SONS. '
NOTICE. - Having Dissolved Partnership witll
WILLIAM HIGGIN, I hereby caution all persona from paying him moneys on my account, or giving any
WILLIAM HARRIS. Rushoutter'« Bay. March 28,_ THE undersigned, having retired from the late firm of
Wolfen, Brothers, intends shortly to return to Europa for the purpose of resuming business as a commission mer- chant in London, where ho will be happy to attend to any orders for purchasing goods, or to receive suob consign- ments of colonial produce as his friends in the Australian colonies may confide to MB care.
Reference :-Messrs. Grindlay and Co., bankers and! East India agents, London, to whose ojre any communica- tions moy be addressed.
TO SHOPKEEPERS, Storekeepers, and others.-Give
no credit to any one on my acoount without my written order. S. C. MILFORD.
Sydney, Moroh 25th.
IF Mrs. MARSH does not call at 32, Palmer-street,
Woolloomooloo, to release the box left in my charge within fourteen days, It will be sold.
EXPLANATION.-Thin is to certify that Captain
EDMUND M'NEVIN, of 102, Eliz»beth-streefc North, late of the steamer Novelty, was only superseded by us under an impression that he did not wish to go ia the ship; and we further state that we have every oonûdenoa in bim both as a gentleman of the strictost honour, and unquestionable ability as a shipmaster.
(Signed) P. N. RUSSELL and CO. . George-street, Sydney, 26th March,_
HE CORPORATION OF BRISBANE. - TO .
ENGINEERS-The Corporation of the city of Britbane require the cervices of a Resident ENGINEER to superintend the erection of an Iron Bridge, about 1000) feet in length, across the river Brisbane.
He will be required to furnish such detail, drawings, and! spécifications, as may be necessary to carry out the design which haB been adopted by the Corporation, and to take the responsibility of directing the contractor on all tho works? connected with the bridge.
Applicants must apply by letter, enclosing testimonials,
addressed to the Town Clerk, on or before the 28th day of
By order, THOMAS DOWSE, Town Clerk. Mayor's Office, Brisbane, February 16th.
CRICKET GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES.-To*
clear out the present season's supply, the under- signed has re-marked at greatly rcduoed prices, the whola of his first-close Cricketing Stock, comprising Page's extra oane-handted bate, all selected by Mortlock : ClapshaVS match and spring-handled bats ; Bartletts patent repérons* 6ive cane-handled ditto ; Lillywhite'a eelcted match and cane-handled bats, light weights.
Batting gloves, leg guarde, gauntlet«, private guarda,'
Duke and Barks' double and treble-seam crioket balla; also the patent compound balls
Youth's cricketing material, plain and first-olass.
Cricket bacs, club boxes, stop nets, Lillywhite'a Guide»»' scoring bcoki and sheets, ¿a, &o.
M M'MAHON, importer of cricket gooda, &o., George«
street nest City Bank.
N.B -A liberal discount allowed for prompt oaeh. J^*J CIIfcAP WRITING DESKS-14 Inch rosewood
Desks, with good strong look, volvet-lined, &o., foe
7s 6d. M'MAHON, next City Bank._ 1 Ri\ WRITING DEBKS, from 4s. Cd.-150 Writing 10U Desks from 4s. 6d., at M'MAHON'S.
OTATOES, Potatoes, Potatoes, 949 baits, superior
Broulee's for sale. GRAHAM COULTER, 184f
PRIME HEMP, Canary, and Rape SEED, 4d. per lb.«
jost landed. WATSON, 693, Briokfleld-bill. , N SALE, at TAYLOR'S Wharf, Suaus-atreet, .). _ large supply of fint-clasa Forest Oak Shingles, Lime.' Hobart Town and Colonial Palinga, Marble Flags, and: American 4-feet Laths._
BCOND-HAND DOGCAB.T, in good order. PagnoU and Gig, for SALE. T. MOORE, 203,8outh HeadRd.
OR BALK, Brown GELDING. 6 yean, 16 hand», fio«'
btonghwn howe. MO RFOLK'S, 4-W, Pitt*tre*. J OR SALE, excellent Dogcart HORSE, thxpogU»/ ' quiet to ride or drive. 450, Pitt-street South; ^ ~^
IA1R Brows GBLDING8. 6 yean, good haoto and}
buggy botaea. NOfffOI&'S, 460, Pát-akmt,