" ~~~ NOTICE
IO THE* SUBSCRIBERS OF THE » SYDNEY
TUB pnce of this Journal when delivered by Agente nul be as heretofore-£4 per annum.
Ia order to share with our distant Sub iciibtW) as far as possible, the burden of the UV postage tax (£1 6s.), the price of the ¡¡(tula when sent prepaid through the Post Mee on and after the 1st of April will be
£410s. per annum.
The Subscribers to this Journal who can duly le reached by post, and who wish to decline on account of the advance in price, will he good enough to give early intimation of their intention, and pay up all arrears forthwith.
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jStrald Office, Sydney, 9tb March.
On the 23rd February, at Lewinsbrook, Mrs. Robert Park, of a daughter.
On the 1st instant, at Earone, Bathurst, the wife of H. K. Gilham, Esq., of a son.
On the 5th instant, at her residence, Mrs. T. Oliver, of a son.
On the 7th instant, at Denham-street, Surry Hills, Mrs, George Crawford jun., of a son.
On the 10th instant, at her residence, Campbelltown, Mrs. Walter A. Cross, of a daughter.
On the 11th instant, at Balmain, Mrs. John Little, of a
Oi tie 33rd February, at St, Ann's Church, Hyde, by special htttsti by the Rov. Georgo E. Turnor, Mr. James Bronger, to
K.iMity Ann leon.
OsTnttday, the Bth instant, at the Scots Church, by special B«(it, bvtbeBev. Dr, Lang, M.F., Mr. James Jctfs, ivory and lirdiood turner. King-street, a nativo of Worcestershire, Ii|lnd, to Maria Victoria, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Uran, »cd sister of Mr. Reuben Thomas, undertaker, York rc«t, > native of the colony.
On lie 10th instant, at AU Saints, Bntton Forest, tho Ilov. A. Blue Wyatt, M,A,, to Isabella, daughter of John Momeo, Esq., M.f., pt Browlev, near Berrima. Mo cards. _
(a the 8th ! instant, of Scarlatina, at the residenca of his prenti, Cleveland-street, Redfern, William T. Gardiner, aged
Oatie Uth instant, at his residence, Globo Road, Mr. Ben- juí! Popplewell, in the 35th year of h s afro, leaving a widow ua tiree children to mourn their loss. (Leeds papers picoso
nVBRLAND KOUTE TO ENGLAND-THE U PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM
NAYIGATION COMPANY'S steamship
NORTHAM, 1610 tons, 400 norie power,
F, J, SKOTTOWE, oommandor, will be dispatched for (ALLIS, wlih her Mojesty's maila, passengers, specie, and .no, cn TUESDAY, the 22od Maroh, 1864, at 2 p ra , Ag at MELBOURNE and KING GEORGE'S lOUhD. u ,m. . togo will bo received until 6 p.m. on ino 1ÜU», and ptitand parcela until noon of tho 21st.
For particulars regarding freight and passage, with in billion on all subieote oonnooted with the PENINSU- LAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION MHPANY'S Linee, apply to _^
HENRY MOORE, Agent. Hoore's Wharf, Sydney, 22nd Febraary, 1864.
Return tiokeU) between Sydney and Melbourne trill be lund for £14,_
AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S STEAM NAVIGATION
hungers proceeding overland to Europe will find the mit from Alexandria to Trieste the most «peedy and
Btluoipaesago money by the boats belonging to the
ait company are exceedingly modorate.
Fiucsgers can be booked in Sydaoy from Alexandria to Wale, or any ether port at which the steamers call, by tt màenigned, who will furnish every information Nietta* the route to England, or any part of Europe.
MONTEFIORE and MONTEFIORE, Agenta for the iiittttn Lloyd's Steam Navigation Company._ fS INTERCOLONIAL (NEW ZEALAND) j
BOYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS during the en aianetrwill leave Sydney eaoh month as under :
(«AUCKLAND (CLAUD HAMILTON) .. .. 16th Umhg to SYDNEY about .. .. 8th h»BL80N, WELLINGTON, PORT COOPER,
ANO OTAGO, (AUCKLAND).25th Utroing to SYDNEY about .. ., ..20th »TBBPROVINOIAL SERVICE, NEW ZEALAND. VAtteamer awaits arrival of the Sydney steamer at Mm, trasthipplng passengers and cargo for Taranaki tí-'iaulao, arriving at Manukan 4th, leaves Manukau . the 8th for Taranaki, Nelson, Picton, Wellington,
VBtitbnry and Otago.
aBTEAMBB awaits ARRIVAL of the SYDNEY ÏTEAMSHIP at AUCKLAND, and LBAVEá THB lUiDKAU on the 24th for Taranaki, Nelson, Fioton, wtflmgton. Port Coopor, Otago, and the Bluff, oom ?nkatitg with Invercargill. RETD RNS from BLUFF .Ile (to, calling at all the above places, and ARRIVES MUH AT MANUKAU the 18th of each month.
aiteamer LEAVES AUCKLAND HARBOUR ths fttathrng at Napier, Wellington, Lyttelton, and Otago. UIURN8 from OTAGO with the English mails about .uti, tonohiag again at above ports, and ARRIVES at ACKLAND about the 28th of each month.
line Tables may be seen at the Offloe, Grafton Wharf, «lot (oil information will be given.
,_JOHN VINE HALL. General Manager.
8 Ti AM TO AUCKLAND direct.
»a Intercolonial * (New Zealand) Royal Mall tr. " w," CLAUD HAMILTON,
r^,>fAt!HBN, oommander, will be dispatched with the
'Biannila WBDNB8DAY, Maroh 16th, at 6 p m:
w hading. Goods reoeived up to 6 p.m., THIS
faL'whWi0r P8888?8 'PP'y at ***. Company's offloe, ^ JOHN VINE HALL, General Manager.
^JSAH TO AUCKLAND.-Tho first-olass clipper
JeuMhip BOUCHAYS, 1000 tons burden, will call Ä'.fe,00a" °n h«r way from MELBOURNE to "«Ml), NEW ZEALAND, and oan take a limited
neu horses and first-class passengers if engaged at I5th huîïïî*1 WlU b6 re*äy to reoeIve taem> "^ 0aI1 on rnvrfni,.*i'fre!Bht or P«MaRO apply to GEORGE A. Jl£«dCO-. agents, 364, George-street._
uTÄStAE LINB OF PAOKETS.-Steam to UVIBFOOL direot.-The auxiliary screw steam
, ROYAL STANDARD,
> E. DOWELL Gato of the s. 8. Souohays),
.i» ,. oommander,
.nTÄF»&nd dBMe4 A1 f°r 22 y»»"- b appointed K bm Eob»»n's Bay, for Liverpool direct, &,«. ""»TUESDAY, Maroh 15.
« mgalfioeat sew steamship has just been built, HJZri ,rorve* e*Prossly for the White Star Line, "T5f*fp Brothers, and Co., of Newoastle-on wM expense has been spared to render her in all j,'?HP*1 oomplete passenger ship, Heraooommo J« « i." oi PM'engers have been oonstruoted ¿?J!*T to *he requirements of a long sea voyage, 1WW all the oonvenienoes and improvements sug b 2 / experience In the Australian trade.
'?»£? r P**»iPi JIM» of oabin, or other Informa pSLtoA0Ef,i*B» MARWOOD, and ROME, iiügoet,Sydney; and Melbourne. _ 'IT?.!? MELBOURNE.-Regular CommunioatJon.
W**£?w fast and powerful steamer BARWON jo«« Melbourne trade, and will ply regularly lafí?aüí'\fietum» £8 8s ! Steerage. £2 10s.
7"«ni»Melbourne on THURBDAT, the 17lh
jg^PATEBSON. and CO., agents, Barraok-st.
«»..^..il?^.81*^*1 to ««» HUNTER; *§8 (SATURDAY) NIGHT, at U, tie jJgliDAY NIQHT, at 11, the CITY OF NEW
?WÎT0N direct, the AGNBaTlBVING, on
»», at s p.m.
n_TILMOUTH F. DYB, Secretary.
J*1*. » comfortable «ikara* YACHT, nearly WS*^«4 fatr>wnpI*4^ab*rgaiQ; «1¿ ?liüMw TH,flSH,Bokle **** r*4r *» ?«..
ILLAWARRA 8TEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
?WOLLONGONG.-HUNTER, on MONDAY, st 1
p.m.. and GRAFTON at 11 p.m.
ULLADULLA.-HUNTER, en MONDAY, at 1 p m.
CLYDE RIVER.-HUNTER, on MONDAY, at 1 p.m. KIAMA.-GRAFTON, on MONDAY, at li p.m.
MORUYA.-MYNORA, on TUE8DAY, at 10 a.m.
"WOGONGA.-MYNORA, on TUESDAY, at 10 a m.
SHOALHAVEN.-KIAMA, on TU BSD AY, at 11 p.m. MERIMBULA.-HUNTER, on THURSDAY, at 6 30
EDBN (Twofold Bay).-HUNTBR, on THURSDAY,
at 6.80 a ra.__ ILLAWARRA8TEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.
-RETURN TICKETS.-NOTICE is Riven thut hereafter Return Tioketa for cabin passages will bo issued at tbe rate of 26 per cent, reduotion upon the usual fare, available for four days from the date of issue, between 8YDNBY, WOLLONGONG, KIAMA, and SHOAL- HAVEN, and for a period of fourteen days between SYDNEY, ULLADULLA, NELLIGEN, MORUYA, MERIMBULA, and EDBN. These tioketa will be avail- able for any of tbe Company's steamers.
By order of the Board of Direotors,
E. MANNING, Manager. I. 8. N. Co.'a Office, Maroh 1st.
ARRAWATTA STEAMERS, .«. 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 p.m.
Fares, single tickets, Is. 6d. cabin; Is. steerage.
Return tickets, 2s. Gd. cabin, la. 6d. steerage, being ONLY NINBPBNCB each way. Refreshments on board. THE AUSTKALA8IAN 8TEAM NAVIGATION
To MELBOURNE.-WONGA WONGA, THIS AF-
TERNOON, SATURDAY, at 4. No cargo re- ceived after 3 p.m.
TO ADELAIDE, via MELBOURNE, en route to King
George's Sound, steamer about 17th.
TO HUNTER RIVER.-ILLALONG, MONDAY
MORNING, at 7 ; COONANBARA, TUESDAY NIGHT, at 11.
TO MANNING RIVER,-SAMSON, THIS MORN-
ING, SATURDAY, at 11. .
To BRISBANE.-TELEGRAPH, THIS AFTER-
NOON, SATURDAY, at 6.
To BRISBANB.-CLARBNCE, MONDAY AFTER-
NOON, at 6.
To MARYBOROUGH, via BRISBANE.-YARRA
TARRA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, at 6
To ROCKHAMPTONr-BALCLUTHA, WEDNE3
DAY AFTERNOON, at 5.
To PIONEER and BURDEKIN RIVERS, and
PORT DENISON.-The BALCLUTHA will take cargo, to be transhipped at Rockhampton per
From BRISBANE to IPSWICH.-The Brisbane and
tho IPSWICH, daily.
From BRISBANE to ROCKHAMPTON direct.
COLLAROY, abont 17th instant.
SAMUEL CLARK, Manager.
A. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street._
ANLY BEACH STEAMERS, DAILY.
Leave Circular Quay Tramway Terminus, 10.15, 2 30, 4.15 Woolloomooloo, 10.30,2 45
Manly Beach, 8.0,120, 5.15.
Same times-8 a.m. and 4.15 trips exempted.
_8. H. WILSON.
WATSON'S BAY STEAMER DAILY.
8ingle tickets, Is. Return, Is. 6d.
Pheonix Wharf, 10 : CIioular Quay, 2 ; Woolloomooloo, 10.15, 2.15.
Watson's Bay, 11.15, 3 20.
Leave Pheonix Wharf at 10.15, 215
Woolloomooloo, 10.30, 2 30 Watson's Bay, 12.0, 5.15.
S. H. WILSON.
_Return tickets, Is._ WATSON'S BAY STBAMBR, Sunday Maroh 13.
-The HERALD leaves .
Circular Quay, 10.30,2.30. Watson's Bay, 12, and 5-16. _Return ticket Is._
NORTH SHORB FERRY.-The steamers ALEX-
ANDRA and KIRIBILLI run every 15 minutes between Mtlson's Point and Circular Quay, first boat at 8 am. from the Point, last boat 7.30 p.m. from Circular Quay. Tares 3d. each way. An extra boat will ply on SATURDAY NIGHT every half-hour, last trip 11 p.m. from Circular Quay. Fares, 6d; each._
OR PORT MACQUARIE.-The CARNATION, on TUESDAY next. T. M'CAFFEBY, Vlotoria Wharf.
FOR PORT MACQUARIE, the dipper aonooner
JESSY, on MONDAY first, from the Commercial Wharf. Freight 20s. per ton; dead weight 25s. ; measure m<nt paid by the shipper.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain, on board ; or W. DALTON, agent, Market Wharf.
OR BOORAL WHARF, PORT STEPHENS.
The EDITH will sail on SATURDAY.
BROOMFIELD and WHITAKBB, Albion Wharf.
NLY VESSEL for BRISBANE.-MARGARET
AND MARY, loading at Baltio Wharf.
MOLISON and BLACK.
ONLY VESSEL FOR BRI8BANE. - ff The
clipper barque LION, W. BENNETT, oommander (late of the Vixen), is now fast loading, and havinga large portion of her cargo engaged, will be quickly
For freight or passage apply on board, at tho Grafton Wharf; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.. Lloyd's Chambers._ ONLY VBS8BL for ADBLAIDE,-The fine clippor
sohooner HIRONDELLE, Captain M'CLEMENTS, is now fast loading at the Grafton Wharf, and having three-fourths of her cargo engaged, will have immediate
For freight or passage apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street._
AS8ENGEB8 per KATE for AUCKLAND.
Holders of Passage Orders from Colonel Pitt are informed that unices they produce the same at our offloa before noon THI8 DAY, the berths will be re-let.
LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., agents, Lloyd's
ATE, FOR AUCKLAND.-££- Cteara at the
Customs on MONDAY. Shippers will please oom plete their shipments, pass ENTRIES, and forward bills of lading for signature.
For i freight or paaesge apply on board, at the Grafton
Wharf ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's
,AY DAWN, FOR AUCKLAND.-C^T Passengers DAY I _
by this vessel will please embark by li a.m. TfilS
LAIDLBY, IRELAND, and CO., agents, Lloyd's Chambers._
ONLY VESSEL for DUNEDIN.-The favourite and
regular trader, SUSANNAH BOOTH, Captain CLULOW (hourly expeoted), will be despatched for the above port one week after arrival.
For freight or passage apply to MOLISON and BLACK,
17, Bridge-street._?._ FOR AUCKLAND direot.-The brig LOUIS and
MIRIAM, COUTTS, master, having the greater, part of her cargo engaged, will have quick despatch.
For freight or passage apply to W. R. HILL, Grafton Wharf._ ONLY VBSSEL FOR TARANAKI.-jp The Al
dipper schooner NBVA, W. MARSHALL, oom- mander, having the larger portion of her oargo engaged will be quickly dispatched.
For freight or passage (for which early application Is necessary) apply on board, at the Grafton Wharf, or to LAIDLBY, IRELAND, and CO,, Lloyd's Chambers.
ONLY VB8SBL FOR FORT COOPER-«»The
favourite regular trader WILD WAVE, J/VAN DBRVORD, commander, wiUoomuenoe loading In a few days, at the Grafton Wharf, and havinga large portion of her oargo already engaged, will be qulokly dispatched.
For rates of freight or passage, apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers.
ONLY VESSEL FOR NBW CALEDONIA.-«The
Al clipper sohoeaar THANK OF FIFK, D. HUGHES, commander, is now fast loading at Towns' Wharf, and be quickly despatched.
Forfreiitht «passage apply on board; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers.
ONLY VESSEL FOB SAN FRANCISCO.
J*- Calling at AUCKLAND.-The Al clipper Ship, TVW. HOU8B. 1000 tont burthen, J. Q. Barron,
commander, fate of Ú» Alio» daman») will be quiokly
For'.freight or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IBB
LAND, and CO., Lloytfa Chambers._
FOB HONGKONG.-The splendid dipper ship
JESSIE BEAZLEY, 700 tons tartha«. Captain JAMBS MILLS, willba dispatobed from NBWCA8ÏLB on or about the 19th Instant. Has good accommodation
Apply to Cantala MILLS; or to JOSEPH WARD aal CO.f afeáis, »iïroaatl«.
FOR EONGKONG direct-The Al dipper ship
EUPHRATES, D. COWBN, oommander, will sail positively on the 18th instant. This vessel has space left for a small quantity only of light freight, with excellent accommodation for first-class passengers, and for a limited number of Chinese in the 'tween decks.
For freight or passage, apply toMOLI80N and BLACK, Bridge-street; or to BEILBY and SCOTT, Pitt-street agentB._.
OR 8HANGHAE.-The, dipper ship CASTLE
HOWARD, 757 tons register, A1 13 years, J. C. LAMPRELL, oommander, sails about 20th Maroo.
For passage or light freight apply to WILLIS, MBRRY, and CO._
O SHIPPERS of HORSES and PA8SBNGERS.
The iron dipper ship CORNWALLIS, 1214 tons register, Al 20 years, JOSEPH LEBMAN, R.N.R., commander, for CALCUTTA, calling at MADRA8 if sufficient inducement is offered, will sail 15th Maroh. This favourite ship, on her last voyage nonce to Calcutta, ion.ed every horse without one single oasualty, and will be punctually dispatched ; early engagements are requested.
WILL1B, MBRRY. and CO.. 100. New Pitt-street.
SHIP RIFLEMAN for LONDON.-For Passengers
only.-ThiB fine ship, having all her oargo engaged, will be despatched on 25th March. Has superior accom- modation for saloon passengers.
Apply to Captain NORRIE, on board ; or GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO._
OR LONDON.-The fine Al Aberdeeu dipper
LIBERATOR, 695 tons register, JOHN HENRY VOLLAR, oommander, has the bulk of her cargo en- gaged, and will have immediate despatch.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation for first-class passengers, apply on board, at Ciroular Quay, or to GILCHRIST. WATT, and CO._
ABERDEEN CLIPPER LINE.-FOR LONDON
direct.-The favourite Al clipper ship WALTER HOOD, 918 tons register, JOHN PIRIE, commander, having the larger portion of her oargs engaged, will have immediate dispaton. This vessel having been thoroughly overhauled, has been re-olaeeed at Lloyd's for an additional six years. Intending passengers are requested toinspeot her superior accommodations, and are informed that a com- petent surgeon aooompanies this vessel. Apply on board at Circular Quay ; or to JACOB L. MONTEFIORE.
BLACKWALL LINE OF PACKETS.-For LON
DON direct -To sail on tbe loth April, the splendid A 1 dipper ship ORWELL, 1200 tons, HENRY QUIN, commander, is now ready to reoeive wool at Marsden's Store, and having nearly all her dead weight engaged, will sail as above. The accommodation for passengers are very superior, being spacious, lofty, and ventilated by large ports.
Carries an esperienoed surgeon.
First cabin, according to accommodation required. Secoad ditto. £25.
J. B. METCALFE and CO.« agents, 9. Bridge-street.
BLACKWALL LINE OF PACKET8 FROM
MELBOURNE TO LONDON.-To sail on the 19th March.-The fine A 1 ship ANGLESEY, 1200 tons, EDWARD JONES, oommander, has splendid accommo- dation for all olasses of passenger«, and carries an experi- enced surgeoi.
BATES FROM MELBOURNE :
First cabin, according to accommodation required. Second cabin.£30
Third cabin.£18 to £20 Steerage (open berths). £16.
J. B. METCALFE and CO., agents, 9. Bridge-street.
VESSEL, Wanted to PURCHASE, of about 250 tons
register. M'DONALD, SMITH, and CO.
CHARTER.-Wanted VESSELS for Conveyance of
Coal to Adelaide and Wallaroo. Apply to F. FULLER, Minmi Office, Newoastle.
OR FREIGHT or CHARTER, the fine Al dipper
ship JOHN TEMPERLBY, 975 tons register, RALPH R. RIDDLE, commander, and ia daily expected from New Zealand. She has lofty 'tween dooks, well suited fer the carriage of cattle or horses.
Apply to L. and S. SPYBR and CO., Wynyard-square.
ÜB nndersigned has VESSBL8 for SALE, from 20 to
400 tons, several being of light draught of water, are gartionlarly well suited for bar harbours. J. THORNE,
1, New Pitt-street, opposite Exchange._ FOR 8 A LB, the well-known dipper sohooner
CLARBNCB PACKBT, 61 tons register, exceed- ingly well found, having nearly three complete suits of sails, first-class ground tackle, and all the requisites neces- sary for island trading. -Apply J. THORNE, 81, New
FOR 8ALB.-<_- The splendid dipper-built schooner
NEVA, 90 tone register. This really beautiful vessel was built of oak, at St. Petersburg-, regardless of expense. She is copper fastened and bolted throughout with pure copper, and carries 130 tons dead weight. For the inter- colonial or South Sea Island trade she is admirably adapted, being very weatherly, and for speed, not to be surpassed by any vessel In the harbour of Port Jaokson. For further particulars, apply to LAIDLEY, IBBLAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers.
ARQUB ALBERT THB GOOD, from NEW
YORK.-All ACCOUNTS against the above vessel are to be rendered in duplicate, to the office of the under- signed, before noon on SATURDAY, the 12th instant, or they will not be recognised. R. TOWNS and CO.
SHIP NOURMAHAL from LONDON.-AU CLAIM3
and ACCOUNTS against this vessel must be rendered in duplicate to the undersigned, THIS DAY (Saturday), or they will not be recognised.
GEORGE A. LLOYD and CO., Lloyd's Chambers.
SHIP PRINCESS OF WALES for LONDON.-This
fine ¡ship having all her oargo engaged, ¡will have Immediate despatch. Has room for two first-dass Passen- gers if engaged at once.
Apply to Captain CAYZBR, on board, at Macnamara'» Wharf; or, to GEORGE A. LLOYD and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._
OMMIS8ABIAT NOTICE.-Sealed TBNDBRS in
duplicate will be received at the Commissariat Office, Lower George-street, until noon on MONDAY, the 14th instant, for supplying the following, namely :-A VBS8BL, of from 300 to 400 tons, of light draught of water, and as flat in the bottom as possible, se as to stand upright when high and dry : supplied with ground taokle of the beat description, and her masts and sails to be in tolerably good condition; to be also furnished with hoisting tackle. The master and orew to be engaged for a trip to the Mannkan Harbour, New Zealand only; also
Coals to fill the vessel, and 300 coal baskets
500 strong coal bags, properly roped
2000 yards of No. 1 canvas, or of a oanvas called
waterproof, or tarpaulin oanvas 12 good atronar rick oovers.
Commissariat Office, Sydney, 9th Maroh, 1861.
X*1 A A A REQUIRED for paying the expenses of ' ¿QiJAJUU the necessary repairs of the British barque RODERICK DHU, 376 tons register, to enable her to proceed on ber voyage. Particulars to be obtained from the agent, Mr. JOHN F. LINCKBR, 207, Lower George street ; or from Captain, on board._ TO SHIP OWNERS, Steam Ship Proprietors, Cap-
tains, and agents.-The undersigned having become the lessee of Morfs DRY DOCK (capable of taking ia ships of the largest tonnage), in addition to his establish- ment in Darling Harbour and the Pyrmont Patent Slip, is now prepared to execute with economy and dispatch any orders with which he may be intrusted. An efficient stafl of shipwrights, caulkers, shipsmiths, and other mechanics oonneoted with shipping, constantly employed. Munt* metal, spars, and 'timber of every description always on hand. JOHN CUTHBERT, ship builder, Ac., Darling Harbour, Bydney. OfBoes-Cuthbertfs Wharf, Miller's Feint, Darling Harbour, Sydney._ FOR SALE, cheap, two large Deoked FUNTS. Apply
W. JOLLY and CO., Bathnrat-atreet.
BOAT for SALE, a Bargain,-A second-hand Sailing
BOAT, l8 feet overall, suitable either as st pleasure or fishing boat. Apply to Mr. MILLER,.Darling Harbour, next the Gas Works, Kent-street North.
OR SALE. cheap, s first-nte SKIFF. Apply at
IRELAND'S, Woolloomooloo Bay.
nriHE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION
J. COMPANY. - NEW SHARES. - FOURTH SERIES.-NOTICE Is hereby given that a third call of FIVE POUNDS par share on the new stock of this Compel'?«* now declared, the same to be payable.at the
Company's Offices, Sydney, on.or before the 31st ef
By order of the Board,
SAMUEL CLARK, Manager.
Sydney. IQtK February._
HUNTER RIVER NEW 8TBAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY.-NOTICE Is hereby given, that a Special General MEETING of Proprietors will be hold at the Company's Offloes, Morpeth, on THURSDAY, the seventh day of April next, at two o'clock, p.m., to consider the report of the directors on the propriety of increasing the capital of the company, in terms of the second oíanse of their deed of aetUeaent from £55.00» to £70,000 sterling.
By «dar of the Boera of Directors,
_P. J. COHEN, Manager.
ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT.-Grand BALL, at Mr.
AYLWARD'S, Devonshire-*,, Sorry Hills. Ticket», is. Cd. »ach, ' ^^
_tKRBONB ADVBRTIBKD FOB._
XJPHBMU8.-M. A. T., who carne out in toe ship
B., Captain H, to A., and shortly afterwards oamo to Sjdnoy, wfil hiar of an old friend by sending his addresi to EPFHBMPS, Post Office, Sidney. _ IF ROBERT MYERS, some years since residing at
Port Macquarie, and afterwards in 8ydney, will oall at 9. Brisbane-street, South Head Road, he will hear of something to his advantage._ IF HENRY H. COSGROVE will CALL at Mrs.
SANDFORD'S, 230, Caetlereegh-etieet, he will hear
of news from his sister WINIFRED._ .
B. TIMOTHY LEWI8.-Pleaae Write to your
brother JOHN, 100, Sussex-street.__ R. HINTON DEAN8LY, if in Sydney, is earnestly
requested to communicate with his anxious wifd ; £300 is shortly expected. JES3B._ WILLIAM BEARD.-If this ahonid meet the eye of
WILLIAM BEARD, who arrived in the colony per ship Alfred, in February, 1842, in company with his Brother THOMAS, he is requested to forward bia oddrass to RICHARD STEVENSON, EXAMINER OiEoe, Grafton, Clarence River, when he will hear of something to his advantage. Any party able to give information of the said William Beard will greatly oblige a distressed relative._ MR. PONTON, purohaser of Cameras, 30, Cumber-
land-street, will greatly oblige by calling at 487, George-street.
RINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE.
"LYSTER'S ROYAL ITALIAN AND ENGLISH
Sole Lessee and Director .Mr. W. 8. Lyster. Stage Manager.Mr. W. Lloyd. Scenic Artiet.Mr. W. J. Wilson.
Under the patronage of his'Bxceilenoy the GOVERNOR
and LADY YOUNG.
Musical Director and Conduotor .. Mr. George Loder, Production of Weber's ohef d'oouvre,
New Scenery by. Messrs. Wilson and Murphy Machinery, by.Mr. A. Wallace Properties, by.Mr. J. Winning.
SATURDAY EVENING. March 12th, will be given, for the first timo, Carl Maria Von Weber's chef d'oouvre,
Caspar. Mr, Fred, Lyster Max .Mr. Henry Squires
Killian. Mr. Frank Trevor Kuno.Mr. J. E. Kitts Prince Ottocar.,.Mr. Biker Hermit (hie first appearance).Mr. Christian
Zamie), the demon huntsman. ? Bertha.,.Mrs. Ada King Anna....;.Mies Georgia Hodson Agatha. Madame Lucy Eacott.
In preparation Bellini's grand opera ef
Doors open at half-past 7. Opera commenoea at 8 o'dock preoisely.
Box Office open from Iii till 12, when subscribers may secure their seats. From 12 to 3 to the general public
Carriages may be ordered at a quarter-past 11, to set down with thehorsee' heads towards Hunter-street, take up towards King-street,
The stage arrangements under the entire direc- tion and management of Mr. RICHARD YOUNGS.
Fit. One Shilling.
Doora open at 7 o'clock, performance te commence at
Miss ANNIE LOCKHART as SUSAN HOPLEY (for this night only),
First appearanoe (for seven years) of I Mr. JAMBS MILNE.
Great Sncoess of the Hibernian Burlesque,
THE KING OF THE MERROWS!
DAN (the Piper)-every evening-gives his opinion of the Now Tariff and Ministry.
THIS BVBNING, Saturday, March 12th;
The pmforroanoes will commsnos with the highly popular
demestlo drama of
or The Vioiesitudee of a Servant Girl.
To conclude with an entirely new Hibernian, and there- fore original extravaganza, entitled
THE KING OF THE MERROWS; or, THE PRINCE AND THE PIPER1.
In preparation, THE PEEP O'DAY, with new scenery and effects.
Monthly ticket», £1 le. each._
DON'T forget Riehard Green's Benefit WEDNESDAY
NIGHT, at the Victoria Theatre. The boat he pulled his matoh with Chambers will be exhibited on the stage. Attend, Australians, and give him a bumper.
DCHOOL OF ARTS, Pitt-street.
CONCERTS FOR THE MILLION. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
The original and world-renowned
in compliance with a request from a number of corres- pondente, and with a view to afford country visitors to the
GREAT INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATOH
an opportunity of hearing their celebrated
VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL, and TRRPSICHORBAN
acknowledged by the English and colonial presa'the
NB-PLUS TJLTRA OF NEGRO MINSTRELSY,
beg to state that they havo made arrangements to give
GRAND SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTS,
8CHOOL OF ARTS, SYDNEY.
previous te their departure for Adelaide, where they are
1 . engaged te appear early in April.
THEIR MOST POPULAR FIECB8,
will be entirely changed every second evening.
have been decided upon :
Reserved seat», 4s. Second ¡seats, 2s. Gallery, 1B.
THE FIRST GRAND CONCERT,
ON MONDAY BVBNING NEXT, Maroh 14th.
Pian of the Hall at Mr. J. H. Anderson's, Musio Ware- house, George-street, where, alone, reserved seats oan bo secured._
HRI S T Y'S Ml N S T.R B L 8.
SPECIAL NOTICE! The Inimitable
CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS will, by request, give a
SECOND GRAND ENTERTAINMENT.
On SATURDAY EVENING, Maroh 12th, at the
SCHOOL OF ARTS, WINDSOR?
_H. D. WILTON, Becretary.
MADAMS SOHIER'S WAXWORKS BXHIBI
,TION.-Under the distinguished patronage of bia Excellency 8» JOHN YOUNGA ^^
Open every day, from 10 till 10, at
Admission, le. ; Children, 6d.
Just added, the aotorisus Busbrannors. _ VANE and LOWRY.
XH1BITION of the GOLD CA8KBT to be pre i^, "^ *° ?' 5- 5: ,tte Prinoese or w*1« *r"B» Ladies of New South Wale».-By permission of Lady Young, the above Gold Casket, together with the Gold SmS.S8i KW?w> »nloh gained the prize at the Universal Exhibition In London, 1868, and varuna other artiolesfa gold and_ silver, manufactured by Mr. Julius Hogarth, wiU be exhibited for a few days only, at No. 329. QwfgZairaeL nearthe BankolNew South wiles. JOSSTfäSk
senbers, free; for non-subscribers, from 10 a.m. to 4 pan..
Is. ; from 4 to 0 p.a., 6d. '
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF NBW SOUTH
WALKS-Toe Annual Exhibition of Live Stock, Poultry, Cereals, Root«, and otter agricultural product« and implement«, will be held on the Society*« Grounds, Parramatta, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the 15th and
164 of April, 1864. .
. Y W.H.CATLBTT.l Honorary
JOHN LACEBY, /Secretaria*.
y«trq_ryI2. , , -,T_'_
B. W. SING'S QuadrflU assembly at the Oddfellow's
Hau on THURSDAY Evening Next, March 17th.
SBLBCT.BALL, Saturday« aid Monday«, Sbakaiperian
Hall, Smex-«toest,l«. Coadmotor, Mr. 8h»pter.
B. W. CLARK'S Grand Bxtra Quadrilla Assembly, at hil Academy, 193, Bllzabeth-«t., Wadnatday next. NORTH 8HOBB SCHOOL OF ARTS.-Mr. W.
CLARK'S Grand Bxtra Quadrille Assembly on Xhnrsday next,_
ALL and 8UPPBR, at BAYSWATER HOTEL,
St. PATBIOK'S MIGHT._
NO. 1 COMPANY, B.B.V.B.-Match v. Glebe Oom
pasy. An oaaSbvs wBI leave Wynyard-squat« at
GRAND VOLUNTEER CONCERT.
Under the Patronage of
THB ALL-BNGLAND ELEVEN.
The No. 2 Battery Volunteer Artillery will give a grand COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT to their Band Master, Mr. W. STANLEY, at the MASONIC HALL, York street, on TUESDAY EVENING next, the 15th instant, at 8 p.m.
PROGRAMME.-PAUT I. 1. Grand Divertisement-Otello
No. 2 Battery Band.
2. Cavatina-"Esei;Tu" (Un Bailo in Masohera)-Verdi
3. Part song-" Green Leaves "-Bianohi Taylor
Member« of the Philharmonio Sooiety 4. Bolo Clarionetto-" Adelaida "-Juan Muller
Mr. W. Stanley.
5. Song, with Violonoello Obllgato-" True Love"
Durroer. Mrs. Cordnerand Muter Howson (amateur) 6. Duet-" We Two "-H. Smart
Lady and Gentleman Amateurs.
7. Cavatina-" Soave Imagine d' Amor"-Maroadonto
Madame Flora Harris.
8. Cologne Quadrilles-Coote, junior
No. 2 Battery Band.
1. Selection-(Mids-miner Night's Dream)-Mendelssohn
No. 2 Battery Band.
2. Becitand Aria-"Dehvieni non tardo "-Mozart.
Lady Amateur (pupil of Madame Wallace Bushelle)
3. Solo Piano-Pauer. Mr. W. Stanley. ,
4. Grand Scena-" See thero what thou hast cast away ' -
(Opera Mountain Sylph)-Barnett
6. Song-" The sklppor and his boy "-Virginia Gabriel
6. Song-" On Ihe March ' - Orpheus
Member« of No. 2 Battery.
7. Anthem-'» God bless the Prince of Wales"-Riohards
No. 2 Battery Band. God save the Queen.
Conductor.Mr. W. Stanley.
Prices of tickets, which may be obtained at the Depot of Mr. Charles Lawrence, of any member of the Battery, and at all the principal muBio and booksellers, will be as follows :-Single tickets, 4s. ; double tickets, 7s. '
WILLIAM COOPER, 1 Honorary
_M. YOUNGER,_J Secretaries.
BALL IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE
8CHOOL OF INDUSTRY will be held at the
Freemasons' Hair, W WEDNESDAY, tho 6th April, under the patronage* of Lady Young and the following ladies of the committee.
Mrs. Aspinall \ Lady Manning
Billyard Mrs. Alfred Roberta Breillat Lady Stephen
Robert Campbell Mrs. Deas Thomson Charles Kemp Edward Ward.
Tickets (prioes of which are, for ladies 15J., gentlemen 25s ), may be had of any of the following gentlemen, who have kindly consented to act as stewards.
Mr. Deas Thomson Lord John Taylour
Sir William Manning Mr. William Madeay Mr. Edward Wy Id Mr. H. Dangar
Colonel Kempt Mr. Edward Hill Mr. W, H. Aldis Mr. J. B. Watt
Mr. T. Cape Mr. Alfred Roberts
Captain Ward Mr. H.Ed ward A. Allan
Also at the establishments of Mr. William Moffltt, 227, Pitt street Mr. John Sands, George-street.
Messrs. Hobson and Whiting, 3, Hunter-street. Mr. 8. H. Lewis, 10, Hunter-street.
Or at the office of the treasurer, No. 8, corner of York and Wynyard streets, or by letter, addressed Box 62,
_H. EDWARD A. ALLAN, hon, treasurer.
SYDNEY DEUTSCHE KRANKBN VEREIN.
(German Association.)-A Grand BALL and SUPPER, will take place on EASTER-MONDAY, March 28, at Mr. John Clark's'Rooms, Elizabeth -street, in celebration of the Eleventh Anniversary of the above Society. Ticket« may be applied for at
Mr. Charles Lamy's. South Head Road, No. 163. Mr. F. Kirschbaum's, chemist, King-street.
Mr. Thomas Klause'«, Hotel de Hanover, Fitt-strest.
Mr. F. A. Muller, European Hotel, Castlereagu-street ; and at the Committee Booms, Grafton Arms, George-street. _J. P. LENNARTZ, honorary secretary.
VOCAL MUSICA8S0CIATI0N.-Members are re-
quested to meet for PRACTICE at the usual plaoe and time. The SOIREE to be held at the Temperance Hall. Doora open at half-past 6 o'dook. W. MARTIN,
0 BE RAFFLED, on MONDAY, Marah 21st, at 7
p.m., a Rosewood Cottage PIANOFORTE, by Braid. A few more member« required, 20s. per member. Can be seen at Mr. BAKER'S, pawnbroker, South Head
THE CITY BANK.-NOTICE is hereby given that a
8PECIAL GENERAL MBBTING of the Proprie- tor« will be held, at the Bank, in George-street, Sydney, on FRIDAY, the eighth day of April proximo, at noon, to elect a DIRECTOR in the room of George Thornton, Esquire, who has resigned in oonaeqneaoe of kia departure for England.
By order of the Board,
J. TH08. FORD, Manager. Sydney, 11th Marah, 1864.
With reference to the above, the Proprietor« are informed that, pursuant to the fifth clause of the third part of the deed of settlement, every candidate for the office of Direotor Is required to give notloe thereof to the Board of Direotors, in writing ; to be left at the banking-house of the company, in Sydney, fourteen days at the least before the day of
_J. THOS. FORD, Manager.
rgwis CREDITORS of J. B. CLARKS, oí George Ja» street, muslo edler, are requested by several of their number to meet at the Offioe of the undersigned, 237, George-street, Sydney, on MONDAY, 14th Marou Instant,
at 3 o'clock p.m.
_M. CONSETT STEPHEN.
SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS.
To the PROPRIETORS of NEWSPAPERS pub- lished in the country districts.-Those gentlemen who have hitherto supplied this Institution with gratuitous copies of their publications, are respectfully Informed that the oom mutee are willing to pay for the postage of snob as may continue to be supplied. JOHN T. HOBBS, secretary.
BANK OF NBW SOUTH WALES.-^iottoe is
hereby given, that a Special General MEE TING of proprietors wiU be held at the Banking-house, George street, on WBDNBSDAY, the sixteenth day of March proximo, at noon, to consider the report of the dlreotore on the propriety of increasing the capital of the Bank from £750,000 to £1,000,000 sterling.
By order of the Board of director».
R. WOODHOUSE, General Manager.
Sydney, 16th February._
FRBB-TRADB ASSOCIATION.-A MEETING of
the Members of the Committee for General Purposes will take plaoe at the Rooms of this Association, on TUES-
DAY, the 15th instant.
F. A. BELL, secretary, 108, Pitt-Btreet, 9th March.
ajg* Cards of membership at one »hilling each, are now ready._ FREE-TRADE ASSOCIATION, 108, Pitt-street.
COPIES of the declaration of Principles, and of various TRACTS published by this Association, can be had GRATIS, by applying personally, or by letter, to
F. A. BELL, secretory.
Cards of membership wQl be ready for Issuing on and
after Friday, the 4th Maroh, 1864_
PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY
SOCIETY, registered agreeable to Aot of Parlia- ment,-A Fnblio LECTURE in oonneotion with the above society, will be delivered by the Rev. F. HIBBBRD, on TUESDAY EVENING next, 15th instant, at the Tem- perance Hall, Pitt-street Subject : Great results from small begininge. The : chair will be taken by W. Love, Esq., M.P. Several ministers are expected to attend. Doors open at half-past »even o'clock. Ticket» Is, each;
ROBERT BALLS, president
_JAMB8 GRAHAM, secretory.
THB SYDNEY UNITED FRIENDSHIP AND
MUTUAL IMFROVBMBNT S0OIBTY.-For particular» as to signatures, &o., apply by letter, addressed to the Secretary. No. 1, Sea View-terrace, Upper Liver poo^tree^ Darlinghurst._
ALL-ENGLAND BLBVBN OBIOKBT MATCH.
-Mr. W. ft. SHBAD bega to iaform hi« friends and thepnblio that he haa taken No, 0 Booth for the above MATCH, where he will «opplyhi« usual «took of flrat-olws Wines and Spirits, which Is too well known to need } comment ; also draught English al« supplied -roo the
W. B. S. also ben to state thathe hasereoted espadons Luncheon Booth, tua «only ene on the »round, where ha I willsupply a first-rate Lunch for three «hillings per head. >
W. B. SHE AP, Britannia Hotel. WooUoomjoloo-street.
O 2 COMPANY, S. B. V. B.-The member« of
Na. 2 arai-ianned that ammunition oin be prooorad If
MONDAY, 14th, 7.30 p.m. ; nomlnatloB« received np to 10 a.m._ ST. LBONABDS VOLÚNTESE Bl FLB8.-I hereby
oall a General MEETING, at the Behool of Arte, on WIPKESPAT EVENING next, at 7 30.
H. B. GARRETT, Captain,
MASONIC HALL, éntranos from York-street.-The
Rev. F. HIBBBRD, from Spurgeon'» College, will conduot Divine Service in the above hall, every Lord's Day, at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Come and welcome. Subject TO-MORROW EVENING-" World's contempt and condition."_i_
TEMPERANCE HALL.-The Rev. SAMUEL
HUMPHRIES will preaoh a Temperanoe Sermon, in the Temperanoe Hall, Pitt-street, TO-MORROW AFTERNOON. Bervioe to commença at 3 o'olook.
BATHURST-STRBET BAPTIST SABBATH
SCHOOL. - EX CUR8ION ta CLONTARF, MIDDLE HARBOUR, GOOD FRIDAY, Maroh 25th. Stcamthip BREADALBANE to leave Ciroular Quay, at a quarter past 9, and Woolloomooloo Bay at a quarter to 10 a.m. punctually.
Tiokets for the trip, 2s. 6d, each, may be obtained of Mr. J. M. Illidge, George-street; Mr. 8. Goold, King-street; and Mr. J. Bennett, Brickfield-hill.
N. B.-Visitors to provide their own refreshment».
ONGREGATIONAL SABBATH SCHOOL, Pitt
street.-The annual Tea and Fublio M BE TING ia - connection with these sohools will be held on TUESDAY, 22nd instant, at 6,30, in the schoolroom. Tiokets, la each, to be had of the ttaohers._ SYDNEY SABBATH SCHOOL UNION-Monthly
Prayer MEETING, TUESDAY, 7.30, Phillip street Presbyterian Church. _ _ S~T. ANDREW'S SCOTS' CHURCH.-The annual
general MEETING of the Congregation will be held on TUESDAY EVENING next, at half-past seven
o'clock. JOHN KINLOCH, jan,, hon seo._
ST. BENEDICT'S YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY.-In
consequence of to-morrow (Sunday, Mtroh 13th), being the conclusion of the Retreat at St. Benedict's, the members of the above society are hereby most respaotfully
reminded that the Easter Communion of the members will take plaoe on the MORNING of the above day. The members will asEemble, a» usual, at eight o'olook a.m. There will be a procession of the members of the Bona More' Confraternity, and Young Men's Sooioty, in the Evening, at 4 o'clock. W. J. ELLERY, hon, seo.
Department of Publio Works-Railway Branch,
11th Maroh, 1864.
GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN LINB8»
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH.
On WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19ch of Maroh, 1864, Excursion Tickets, at a single fare for the double journey, will be issued each, day, from allstations to Sydney -available for return till Monday Bveniuec, the 21st March,
JOHN RAE, Commissioner foe Railways.
RBIVAL OF THE ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN.
-Arrangements having been rnade for the steamer ALEXANDRA to arrive (if possible) THI8 (Saturday) AFTERNOON, and also to be reported off Kiama. The A. S. N. Company's steamer ILLALONG has been engaged to leave the Company's Wharf at three o'olook in the afternoon, to prooeed to the Heads Bhauld the ALBXANDRA be reported. Persons desirous of meeting the Eleven may obtain Tiokets (5i. each) at Lawrence's Crioket Depot, George-street ; E. T. Penfold'», George-street, M. M'Mahon's, George-street ; and Arthur Cubitt'e, news agent, Bridge-street. In the event of the steamer not leaving the wharf money will be returned.
RAND INTERNATIONAL CRIOKET MATCH.
-All-England v. New South Wales.-To bo played in the Outer Domain, Sydney, on next WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY (St. Patriots Dav), FRIDAY, and BATURDAY, the 16tb, 17th, 18th, and 19th days of
ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN AT WEST MAIT-
LAND.-Upon request of the Committee appointed at Maitland, the MATCH against the Northern District« Is POSTPONED till THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, In Easter Week,
CHARLES LAWRENCE* Crioket Depot, George-street, Sydney, Maroh 9th.
COMPLIMENTARY BRBAKFA8T to the ALL
ENGLAND, to be held at Jacobs' Post Office Hotel, on MONDAY next, at 10 o'olook. Applications for ticket» to be made to PETER C. CURTIS, and D. B. M'DONALD, hon, secretarlos._
INTERNATIONAL MATCH.-The Chosen Playera,
are requested to meet in the Domain, THIS DAY, at half-past one o'olock, fer practice. P. C. CURTIS, D. B. M'DONALD, hon, secretaries,_
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH.-UNI
FORMS ol NEW SOUTH WALBS TWENTY TWO.-Players who have not yet .been measured for their blue shirts are requested to go to Mr. PIBRCB'S, No. 68, Kirg-street, forthat purpose, without delay.
N.B.-Players are particularly requested to wear Ford's
patent washing hat» during the match._ 'jillBST INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH_ f Player» of the New Benth Wales Twenty-two, »coring double figure» in either inning» in the First International Cricket Match, will be each entitled to select a cane-handled bat of the beat description from Mr. Lawrence'» »took. A suitable in»aripHon will to placed on each bit »elected.
ORWELL C. U.-MEMBERS' PRACT1C S MATCH,
11 v. l8, at Glenmore, TO-DAY, at 1 30._
MILITARY AND CIVIL C. C.-" PICK-UP "
MATCH THIS DAY, to commence at half-past 1. PARRAMATTA CRICKBT CLUB.-In answer to a
written requisition received by me, in aooordanoe With rule No. 8,1 beg to call a General MBETING of the members, on MONDAY EVENING, at 8 o'olook, to be held at the Club Room.
W. RÄNDLE, hon. seoretary pro tem. Parramatta, March 10th.
SYDNEY GRAND MUSICAL ART-UNION.
J. H. ANDERSON bega to return thanks to those*. I ladies and gentlemen for the liberal support received at the
late " Art-union," and, at the request of a large number of ladies and gentlemen, he has been induced to give a SECOND GRAND MUSICAL ART-UNION, to be conducted after the same auooesaful manner as the former.
J. H. ANDERSON, 360, Gaarge-gtraet.
NDBRSON'B GRAND MUSICAL ART UNIOK
OF 1864.-Three hundred subscribers of One Guinea
eaob, after the plan of the Art Union of London. Value . of Prize«, £350. _. , 4 ,_. v ".,
(1.) 1st Prize, a magnificent Grand Pianoforte (trichord;^ 7 octave«, in elegant rosewosd oae§- WUÎI eH toe mooan» improvements, by Messrs. Pleyel, of Paris, in*»-«''" . to the Emperor and Empresa of Paris, v*.na j>i_n"'*u^^
(2.) 2ntf Prize, an elegant Bowood Piannfmb, K_.
Collard and Collard, with regis*:«,,, ¡£&*g%fc _, &
tateetlmprovememts, awor^anied with certificate of autnen
ucity, vaiae *o7.
(3.) 3rd Prize, MI Auoher Pianoforte, 7 octaves, 3 «Wog«." . vXe£55 ' mUOh RdmÍMd foldineWbowdJ
(4 ) 4a Prize, an Havelook Pianoforte, by Cadby. 6J odave«, with all the modern improvement«! 'vttUBy' D*
(6.) 5th Prize, an Harmonium by Alexandre, valne mo (6. i 6*h Prize, ditto by Cadby, value£W.
ii) AihT,p,rize' an Harmonf-FIute and Stand, yalaei». v~Z T2_e .bove ""«T'tnoent instruments are now on view.
_J. & ANDEBSQN, 369, George-street.
THB MOST VALUABLE AND MAGNIFICENT
PIANOFORTE EVER IMPORTED TO THE3B COLONIES, l8 THB FIRST PRIZE IN THE
GRAND MU8ICAL ART-UNION OF 1864.
By Special Charter under 14 Viotoria, No. 13.
Four hundred Subscribers at one guinea each, to be arawa
upon the plan of the Art-Union of London.
243 PRIZBS, a» follow» :
243 prizes a» follow».- - - r The magnificent COTTAGE GRAND PIANOFORTE;'
by Cotord and Collard, VALUE £350, 50 prize» of »»sorted music, value £1 each
150 price» of aisorted muslo, value 10s, each
42 ohromo-lithographed prints, value from 7s. 6d. to 21*.
NOW ON VIEW.
For an elaborate description of this «uperb instrument tee
Ticket» forwarded by post on receipt of «ubtcriptlon.
WILKIE, BLVY, and CO., 321, George-street.
MB. JULES JOUBBRT being about leaving the ,
colony for a short time, request« that all partie« '. having claims «gainst him, bring the same on WEDNES- DAY, 16th hMtant, lo HBNBIQUBS, JOüBERT, and CO:, 229. George-street, ?_ -. -» . »TÍO GBOBGB HAYDBKykteof MUDGBB.-Noti» ' X ia Jumby riven that I, SARAH HAYDEN, being
from your long deaei-k« in no way bonnden to yon, shall, In three months from this date, oontract myself In marriage if it should «opiatas me to do.
_V| AA TO £10.000 to LEND on Freehold Property, JbJLUU O. H. LONG, broker, 19, Hnnter-strest.
_?-| g\á\i\ TO LEND, on dry or suburban «eo-rity. _s_ylUUU in sams not less than £100. TEALB ead OABBBTT, King-street._ __?/-A/\A TO LEND on Mortgage on city property. ?fcOUUU W. OHATFIELDToT, New PTu-etreet.
-Ot-tJ-AA GOVERNMENT DBBBlfTUBBS for
Jtl^OUU BALE. 0, BATI, 141, Pltt-etreK, _