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* * A steamer awaits arrival of thejydnoy steamer at XWÎon, transhipping passengers and irgo ïor Taranaki iSuaonkan, arriving at Manukau 4« bim Hamkra ¿nthe 8th for Taranaki, Nelson, Pion, Wallicgton,

flÂt8MAMBRtaBW«« ABRIVAL I the SYDNEY STEAMSHIP at AUCKLAND, andisAVES THE

.HANUKAU cn the 28th for TaranakiNeUoa, Ploton, Wellinotan Port Cooper, Otago. andÇio Bteíf, oom

ÄS J«h iWrcUll. RETDRp from BLUFF fn tee Uth, calling it au the above placed AF.BIVES

AGAIN AT MANUKAU, tha 2-lth of (ah mocth.

A steamer LEAVES AUCKLAND lABBOUR the 3rd, tourhing at Napier, Wellington. kytiton,cnd Otago.

ESTUUNS from OTAGO with the Enleh maila about , iho 20tb, touching again at above ports, al ARBIVBS at

AUCKLAND about the29th oicaoh moA i

Timo Tables may bo coen -at the OuIoeHrsSten Wharf,

»hero inll information will be Riven. 1 ,

JOHN VINE HALL. Gefel Manager.

-ÜB AUSÏRALASIaN STEAM AVlGAi'lON >

. COMPANY'S STEAUSHlfc

To MELBOURNE-WONGA WONÎ, TO-MOR-

ROW AFTERNOON, SATURDAVat 4. « To HUNTER RIVER-COON ANARA, TO-

NIGHT, FRIDAY, at 11; andCOLLAROY, MONDAY MORNING, at 7. J.

3>0 MANNING RIVER-SAMSON, IIS MORN-

ING, FRIDAY, at 7. " i " "" -To BRISBANE.-CITY OF BRISÍNE, THIS

AFTiRNOuN, FRIDAY, at 1. N*rgo reocived.

after 3 pm. > '

-^MARYBOROUGH direot.-EAGLE,8 houra after -To GLADSTONE -JAMES PATERSO; TO-MOB

ROW AFTERNOON, SATURDAY^ 1. Taking

in tow a punt. . _ .To ROCKHAMPTON, via GLADST03.-JAMBS

PATERSON, TO-MORRUW AtfiRNOON, SATURD AY, at e. Taking in tow a p t

*To FORT DENISON, via GLADSTONE.ad ROCK-

HAMPTON -JAMES PATERSON.TO-MOR ROW AFTERNOON, SATURDAY, », Taking is low a cant. 1

'From BRISBANE io IP3WICH.-The BISBANE,

and tbe IPSWICH, daily. \

From BRISBANE to ROGKHAMFTOl direot.

CLARENCE, 5th July. |

HFiom BRISBANE to ROCKHAMPTON, « MARY

' BOROUGH and GLADSTONE, WILLbMS, 12th

July. \

'From ROCKHAMPTON to PIONEER R^ER and

PORT DENISON.-DIAMANTINA, mat 12th

July.

SAMUEL CLARK, Mnrjir.

A. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, SusBei-strcet._^^ TF R. N. S. N. CO.-STEAM to the HUN"fct - 'JB.. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHTStll,

the CITY OF NEWCASTLE. i(

Ol MONDAY NIGHT, at 11. the MORPETH. \\

P. J. COHEN, Managi

OCiccB, foot of Market-Street. _J THE C. AND R. B. Steamship AGNES IRViL

for GRAFTON, via NEWCASrLB, .THIS BY TRIDAY), at 10 p m. |

'_TILMOUTH F. DYE, Bootebr

UMTEaM TO MELBOURNE WHAKF DIREOÍ

^5 cS^" Tbe powerful and fast steamship Yt

'ANGS, 800 "tons burthen, AV. H. SMITi, immander, is now placed in the Melbong lade, and will run regularly every fortnight. Cargo a I landed on the wharf at Melbourne without tranehipma

.8 a large portion of her cargo is engaged she will I ispatohed from Botts' Wharf in a few days.

Her accommodation for cabin and Btcerage passengers |

i nenrpntccii by any in tho trade.

Batos .--Cabin passage...>.. £1 10a,

Steerage ditto ....... 2 5s.

For frolght or paesago apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND td CO , Lloyd's Chambers.

N.B.-No wharfage charged on goods shipped by thl

.«Bel.

I

ANNAH, for Port Macquarie and Hastings River first fairwind O'DOWD andCO , Commercial V/harf ÎOR MACLEAY RIVER.-WOODPECKER. Ara

fair wind. Freight, apply Koddam and Leslie's Wharf I OR RICHMOND RIVER, going to Pelican Tree an; _ Lifmore, four daj s after arrival. WM. WRIQHT

TC3R ROCKHAMPTON.- Ino W. BUCHANAIS

?Tjniokly dispatched. LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO TTlR FORT DENI80N, with dispatch, taking omri .JT for BRISBANE or ROCKHAMPTON, if-ouffi

oieninducement offer.

TI fine new Al schooner RESTLESS, 250 iona PHILIPS, msBter, is now on the berth, and road y ti

receh cargo,

Poirelght or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND ana v.; or to R. TOWNS and CO._

FOI BRISBANE D1RBCJ'. -The Al sohoona

ÎARY and ROSE, Captain WILLIAMS, havlui greateriortlon of cargo engaged, will sail on MONDAY next. For freight, apply to Captain on coard; or U

MOLION and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street._

OR BRISBANE. - The uno eohooaer AGNES

Cptain TAYLOB, will commence loading in a fe\

days.

¿PPlyo MOLISON acd BLACK._

ONL1 VE&SJSL for .ROCKHAMPTON direot.-Thi

ipper schooner FRIENDS, COOK, master ShipperB.ill please paesBNTRIES and forward Billa o ifldirig ft signature, as the will positively olear THIS

Forfroihtorpa.eageaiplytoJ. THORNE, 81, Pitt ulreçt, oppflte Esahange.,

T^°Ä JiLBOURNE WHARF.-The clipper barqui

£w5S8n&B&?fXaa*' Wright'a Whaff

0B" LUNCESlOIf via NEWCASTLE_rh( __AONg JESSIE. I.AIDLEY. IRELAND, and Co F°R"DüfEDIN WKARF, OrAGO.-The Qne neii

clipperschooner E3LIPSE, Captain HUNTER

?ini?rí8»at,£ain8 afc CatpbeU's Wharf, and will sail or

MONDAY Bxt.

For frfiight.r passage a¡fply to MOLÏSON and BLACK

?ty, ittidge-ettBt. ,

\ Tï*Y DA-,Ni 'or AUCKLAND.-Snippers and Pas

i 7¿f- »«»gerafill please complete their arrangements, at 1 tie veesoI procede, to sea TO-MORROW.

M«/n» i8 Î1 '° ' BPPIv m board ! t0 A- S. "WEBSTER, Macqnarie-plat ; or to MOLISON and BLACK, Bridge

T^OVELTYfOR ¿UOKLAND.-tKT Clears at the ¿¿ C^THIS BAH. ShipperHilll please pass

LAIDLEY Wi.aT>bTm\°"adine 'or Bignature at onco.

NB-]?J';^^EI-ANl), and CO, Lloyd's Chambers. MORBÖw. 6rB P BBS8 wnbar!t at 9 a-m- TO"

J^ÖRJÄÜCKLNi,.-^ To follow the Novelty.-!

cornm.;5!. .m^1-bsr1Bä EAÏE' J- B- SHBULGCK,

WhwÄ »í °í 5^Íapí!?,on bom^ at th8 P«teat Slip Sirs' iAliLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Loyd's

J,5«iJ«5L,ifl'',lüN ä"ecc-Only Ve«el.-TüB

F", lhnm cliPPe MAÎÎUKAU, 500 torts.

SETT T v.«6^T»1!!' Ité*hi aPPlv to CaPtafa KEN

FÍEI^1^- ÖAig WiANülSCO.-(e-T¿e

*.clipper brig RO'AL EXCHANGE, EDWABD TBIS* SSÇ8"*?' »«»I»»ittwly clear at 'tho Customs

fcaloncpBnf ^ lBe»eners tra requested to pay their

faÄs iSrssLTOM thoir depo8ita wl"b9&r

SHIP 4.DVERTÏ8BMBNT8.

P

ILLAWARRA 8. N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS

TO

WOI.LONQONG.-ILLALONG. TO-NIGHT, at II. KIAMA.-ILLALONG, TO-NIGHT, at li.

SKOALHAVEN.-ILLALONG, TO-NIGHT, at li. ULLADULLA.-KBMBLA, on MONDAY, at I p.m.

CLYDE RIVER.-KEMBLA, on MONDAY, at 1 p ra. MORUYA.-KEMBLA and BLACK SWAN, on MON-

DAY, at 1 p.m. ""." i. in

MERIMBULA.-HUNTER, on WEDNESDAY, at 10

a ra.

EDEN.-HTTNTEB, on WEDNESDAY, at 10 a.m.

WOGONG^.-BLAOE. SWAN, on THURSDAY, at TUROSS *RTVER.-Steamer on I4th instant._

ARRAMATTA S T E A M E R 3. u THREE TIME3 DAILY.

These feat stoamers pty dally as follows :-'

From PHCEilX WHARF, at 9 a m., and 1 and S p.m. From PARRAMATTA, at 7 and 11 a.m., and 3 p.m.

On SUNDAY,

SYDNEY, 9 a.tn. PARRAMATTA, 4 p.m.

Return tiekots, 2s. 63. cabin-Is. 6d. storage. Being only NINBFENOE EACH WAY.

ANLY BEACH STEAMERS, DAILY. -

letvo Cironlar Quay, at 10,15, 2.15, 6.30

Woolloomooloo .. 10.30, 2.30

Manly Boaoh .. 8.15,12.0,4.30.

Fares, Is. eaoh way._S. H. W-ILSON.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO direot.-Under engagement

to cal) positively on THURSDAY, 7th July, at 2 pm.. the clipper barque FANNY SMAIL. 500 tons, W. FIRTH, commander. This vossol has all her cabina «ngnged, and only has room for a few steerage paseengflrs. Early application is necessary, to GEORGE A. LLOYD .trad CO., Bgents, 362, George-Btreet._

OR SAN FRANCISCO direot_$3T The AI olippor barque AUSTRALIND, 800 tons, UARRACK, com- mander, will be dispatched in a few days.

Has very superior accommodation for passengers. For rates, &o., apply on board ; or to

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, Bnd CO., Lloyd's Chambers. rfftO CHINESE PASSENGERS for HONGKONG. JL Tho Al ship LADY BOWEN, 892 tons register, W. LIVINGSTON, commander, having all her dead weight engBged, will bo dispatched for the above port on SATURDAY, the 2nd instant.

For light freight or paasBgo, having lofty and spaoious 'tween decks, apply to R. TOWNS and CO. ; or MOLI SON and BLACK._

OH HONGKONG.-To eail 1st August-The Ana

Al, 14 years. Biver-built ship NORTHFLEET, 900 tons register, W. SYMINGTON, oommander.

For freleht or passage, having splendid accommodation«! for passengers, apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street._ FOR LONBON.-Tho splendid Al dipper ship

EDITH BYRNE, 744 tons register, GEORGS WH1TEWAY, commander, having nearly all har cargo alongside and on board, will sail on or about 20th July.

Has one stern cabin and two side cabins disongaged.

For freight or pnsBago apply toR. TOWNS and CO.; or to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO.

F

FOR LONDON,-The favourite Al passenger ship

JASON, 877 tons. G. STUART, commander, will leave about 6th AUGU8T for the London November wool sales. For freight or passage apply to

_GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., agents.

FOR LONDON direct.-Tho British ship MAHA

RANEE, Al. at Lloyds, Captain Ritson, to Bill about tbo beginning of August. Has superior accommo- dation for passengers.

Appfr to J. T. ARMITAGE and CO.; or to JACOB

L MONTEFIORE._

FOB GALE, FREIGHT, or CHARTER, the barquo

ARMISTICE, Al at Lloyds, 353 tons register, carries ¡00 tons dead weight, is built of teak, well found in every wny. and altogether a thorough owner's vessel.

For futher particulars apply to

JOHN B. MANNING, Custom House Chambers

\UU ?JBK1GHT or CHARTKR.- The Hanoverian _ bri« JOHANN UND HEINRICH, 240 tono, Cap- tain SIErKEN. Apply to A. S. WEBSTER, Macquarie place. i_

OR FREIGHT or CHARTER.-Tho uno firac-olas*

ironolipper barque JESSICA, 51S tons.

Apply b Captain WILLIAM8, on board, at Circular

Quay ; orfr YOUNG, LARK, and BENNETT._

OR CHARTER -The splendid fast powerful steam

ship NEPTUNE, 700 tons, R. A. KERR, oom- mander, jut arrived from London, where she was fitted up expressly fr the colonial, oattle, or other trade.

Sho has very light draught of wator, carries water ballast cnJ; ; sails fast, and is admirably suited ia every jpossiblo wa; for the conveyance of stock from almost any partonthejoaet.

For furtler particulars apply to CAIRD, PATERSON, and CO., Brents._

SHIP YILLIAM DUTHIE, from LONDON

Notiol-The consignees1 of the following gooda are hereby infemed that unless ENTRIES for the sams be passed byoon THIS DAY, the undersigned will forth- with eater and store .them at expense and risk of tiloso ? -concerned j

i'íindiatpnd 1-167-107 oases wine, Order ) I JR conjdned-2 pipes ditto, Order

I B1-10-10 hogsheads, ditto

1st 11-62-61 barrels, ditto

\ CD in dimond-6 balas woolpacks, ditto , - ., -JÎ) in dianond over S-12 orates, J. Campbell.

r¡' ' _j_JACOE L. MONTEFIORE.

-! í,T>fe.RQUE -GRENADIER, from LONDON.-Con

jXM signe» will please PA8S ENTRIES at onoe for jCircjlar Quip, and take notice that any goods impeding the ehipi disobugo will-bo entered, landed, and stored at oon lignes' riel end expense, The ship will not be responsible) tordmage to or loss of cargo after the samo is landed. Billtjf lading must be produced and freight paid at the .fflcyf thaundersigned, before any goods oan leave the .fad SAUNDERS and CO., agents, Lyons-buildings. ¿HP NORTHFLEET, from LONDON. - Gon kj fenee» ara requested to PASS BNrRIES imms ?ditotfor Macnamara'o Wharf. Bills of lading must be PJ(l*li freight paid, and orders for delivery obtained at thècjbe of tho undersigned. Any gooda impeding tin

.re0 w'" b° entered, landed, and stored by the under 'igtafat the rink and ecpense of tho consignees, who ^ill pleáoike notloo that the ship will not be responsible tor losslptimage to cargo after being landed.

GEftGB A, LLOYD and CO., agents, Lloyd's

ChnbtB.

KO'CE TO CONSIGNEES per Barque JESSICA,

«a LONDON.-Unless estriee for the undermen-

tioned aid are pasead by noon THIS DAY, they will be landed a stored at consignees' expense and risk.

CB<fc\ in diamond-500 oases gin, shipped by Coley, F Bpmfield, and Co., consigned to order.

Í50VS, LARK, and BENNETT, George and Mar g«e£f|rta.

OÄ S.LE.-igy The «plendid «lippor-built sohooner

ÏJ7A, 90 tons register. This really beautiful vessel yabuilt of oak, at St.'Petersbcrp, regardless of ex- pense, »is copper-fastened, and boited throughout with pure cepp.1 and carries 130 tonB dead waight, For the iatercobnl« or South Sea Island trade, ahe is admirably adapted, bog very weatherly, and for spaed not to be sur- passed Jy \$ -rossel in the harbour of Portííaokson.

For ftrttt particulars apply to LAIDLEY,IRELAND, and CO, Byd'-o Chaeebera._

TO 8BPWRIGHTS, Sailtnakers, Shipohandlere,

ard eiers.-TENDERS for repair shiD PRINCE CONSOtft-PftTticnlata of the repairs required may be obtained oapplicntton to tho Master on board the Prince Consort (noilylng off tho Gas Works, ia Darling Har- bour), aid I tho office of the undersigned. It will be necessary tokprese time, within which, the werk will be completed. I !

Tenders 4 any portion, or for the whola work, will be received untll2 o'clock, T-U ESDAY, 6th J uly. ,

The undeitned io not bind themselves to ¿eoept the lowest or onjinder. j

WILLIS, ÉBRRY, and CO., agento*» tho ship Prince Consort. "J I

BIG YA lOW.-ior private SALE, 328 tons rooster,

400 tot arthen, now alongside Cuthbert'« Wharf. ? For partícula» ;pplyto Mosbts. Iii E. THRELKELD and

CO., 3G2, Gei a-street, -Sydney. _!

TO SHIP IILDERS.-TENDERS will bo recoiled

at tùisdt, until noon on SATURDAY, tue28rd of July, for thi anstruotion of TWO PILQÏ VESSELS, for4he Quisnsfcd Government, to be respectively oD60'

and £5 tons, beers' measurement. ? '

Spec¡uenticEÓifl be seen and further infotmation cb 1 rained at thls-dfe, or at the ofilos of tho Superintendent of Pilots, &o., Syjly. '

Tendera mueJate ino time within which It is proposed . to dsliver the v«ls, and at tho foot of «very tendar there must be a memijdum, signed by the party tendering', and two respcneiblemone, gb sureties, agreeing to bs answer able fer the dueajformanco of the contract in the event of the tender beingaccpted, and undertaking In that avant that they will seitiUy execute and deliver, »t the oSco of the Civil Crown lllioitor in Brisbane, within twenty-one days from the usunotifieation of acceptance, a bond to her Msjo»ty in the ptil sum oí £200, for seouring snob per- formance, other«! the tender will not be taken into con. sideratlon. \

The lowest o my tender will not naoessarily be accepted. A <

?o ^» G-lilBATH, Lieut. B.N., PortmagtwJ

Poit OjlBoe, Bridie, 23rd June, 1864, '

SHIP ADVERTlb._-M._N ia.

STEAMSHIP NEPTUNE from London and Cap* of

Good Hope.-Consignees oro requested to PAS'S ENTRIES for Circular Wharf. AU goods impeding the dieoharge will be landed and stored at consignees' risk and expense. Orders for delivery of cargo will be obtainea on presentation of bills of lading and payment of freight to CAIRD, PATERSON, and CO., agento.

THE undersigned begs to acknowledge the receipt of

£5 from Miss Little Rockwall, as her donation for the benefit of the sufferers of the ill-fated vessel All Serene.

JOHN CALDWELL.

npHE AUSTRALA8IAN STEAM NAVIGATION ? COMPANY.-NOTICE ia hereby given, that the HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of Pro- prietors of the above company will be held at their offloes, Sussex-Btreet, Sydney, on FRIDAY, the 20th day of July next, at 3 o'olook p.m , for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors for tho half-year ending 30.h June, 1864 ; of electing a Direotor in the room of the Hon. Charles Kemp (who retires by rotation, but is eligible for re-eleolion) ; also, of two Auditors ; of dedaring a divi- dend, and nf considering and determining such other busi- ness ob may be brought before tho meeting, in accordance

with the Deed of Settlement.

Candidates for the office of direotor aro required to give notice to tho Board, in writing, at least fourteen days before tho day of eleotion. _""_._,_,,

SAMUEL CLARK, Manager.

Sydney, 291h Jnno, 1861._

BWCASTLE COAL AND COPPER COMPANY.

-Incorporated by Aot of Parliament.-Notice-is hereby given, that a Speoial General MEETING of the Shareholders will he held on WEDNESDAY, 13th July next, at 11 o'olock a.m., at the office, Exohonge, to con- sider sn agreement entered into between Dr. Mitchell and the directors, whereby he agreed to aooept a surrender of the lease dated let January, 1856, and to purohase certain assets of the company.

Bv order of the Board,

FRANCIS L. BARKER, Secretary. Sydney, 20th June._ SYDNEY SAMARITAN LODGE, meet THIS

EVENING, at half-past7. W. E. STRATFORD, S ecretary._ NEW SOUTH WALES RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

-Intercolonial RiHb Matoh.-The third Match will take plaoa at the Volunteer Ranges, on SATURDAY, the 2ndJuly,atl30._ NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH IRISH

NATIONAL LEAGUE.-MEETING, THIS EVENING, 8 o'clock, Mr. Lawrence Corcoran'«-!. Ship- wrights' Arms, Lower George-street. P. T. GROGAN,

org. secretary.

UNITED CHOlK, temperance Hall.--leuio.itnry

Leeson on FRIDAY EVENING at 7 o'olock. Tho advanced practice at 8 o'clock,

T. B. ROLIN, Hon. Secretary.

SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF AK,rs.

Cards of Membership for the Quarter, commencing July lit, are now ready for issue. Subscription, 5a, For further information apply to the Bcoretary,

_JOHN T. HOBB5^_

CjCHOuL OF ARTS.-Adjourned Dobat^/TH^-" Ö EVENING, at S -<. Ought Ireland to hav/e^eeparaaC Government ?"_/n. / *C

ÛSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK -f-Ti/is BanK

will be CLOSED on FRIDAY, the : at. Bit» fi<_ the half-yearly balance of accounts. Castor iïtb] attire^ qeoBted to send in their pass books to be msde <Jp>i fl£

By order of the Board, I -\ i, C

_A. H. RICHARDSON, General KfóflgVk - COMMERCIAL BANKING COUPmVy OF_¡

SYDNEY.-Notice is hereby given, thayajtspecial; General MEETING of the proprietors of this bank sjNlbe_ held on WEDNESDAY, the 27th July instant, at^aif* past 12 o'clock, afternoon, at the head banking-house ^f\ the Company, George-street, Sydney, for the purpose of confirming the resolutions unanimously passed at a special general meeting of the proprietors held on the 17th May last, in onnnoction with the increase of the bank's oapual from £320,000 to "00,000.

By order of. tho Board,

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager. Sydney, 1st July.

OMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.-Notioo is hereby given that the ordinary half-yearly General MEETING of the proprietors of this bank will be held in the chief Banking House of the Com-

pany, George-street, Sydney, on WEDNESDAY, tho 27th day of July instant, at noon, to receive the report of the rirectors for the half-year ended 30th June last; to eleot a Direotor in the room of George King, Esq., who retiroB by rotatic and to transact any other business which may be brougnt Dcfore the meeting in conformity with the deed

of settlement.

By order of the Board,

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager. Sydney, 1st July.

N.B.-It isneceEsary that oandidatea for the office of Director give fourteen doya' olear notice in writing, at the Head Bunking House of the Company, prior to the date of election, declaring themselves as such.

OMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYD-'

NEY -This Bank will be CLOSED TO-DAY for the UBUal Half-yearly Balanoo of Accounts. Customers are requested to send in their Pass Books to be made up.

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager. Sydney, 1st Jnly.

OMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY, EASTERN BRANCH.-Notice is hereby given that a Branch of this Bank, for the conve- nience of the inhabitants of the looalities of Paddington, Woolloomooloo, and other adjoining districts, is. 1 HIS DAY, OPENED, at No. 1*8, South Head Road (North side) for the transaction of all usual banking business.

By order of the Board,

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager,

Sydney, 18th May. 1864._

nnHK CI'iY BANK.-NOTICE.-This bank will oe

JL CLOSED THIS DAY, Friday, for the half-yearly balance. Customers are requested to send in their pass- books to be made up.

By order of the Board,

J. THOS. FORD, Manager. Bydney, 1st July._

NOTICE.-The PARTNERSHIP hitherto subsisting

between ARTHUR CECIL DANIELL and GEORGE KING, under the style and title of Thacker, Daniell, and Co., of Sydney, merchants, EXPIRES THIS DAY by effluxion of time. The business will be continued by the same partners, under the style and firm of DANIELL, KING, and CO.  

THACKER, DANIELL, and Co.

Sydney, 30th June, 1864.    

NOTICE.-The PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing

between the undersigned sb General Ironmongers has, thie day, been DISSOLVED, by mutual consent, j

The business will in futuro be carried on by ' Mr. CHARLES SCOTT, under the firm of CHARLES SCOTT and CO., who will pay all olafms against, and re-' ?ceive all ocoounta due, to the late firm of Scott, Willinms, and Co., S39, George-street; T .

CHARLES SCOTT,! ' Sydney, July 1st, 1864. HENRY WILLIAMS.

I HAVE this day relinquished business in favoiir -of

iMeesrs. Ferguson, Webb, and Co., whom 1 bèg'to recommend to my constituents. f

, _ , J.'J. PEACOCK,

Sydney, 1st Jnly,_ | i

WE HAVE this day commenced bnsiness as General

Merchants and CommtsMon Agents, under! the Btyle or firm of FERGUSON, WEBB, and CO.

0., FERGUSON! _T. R. WEBB. ! 46. New Pitt-street, Sydnoy, 1st July. ' !

NOTICE-I have this day admitted my Sons. Mr.     HUGH DIXSON, Junr, and Mr. ROBERT DIXSON, as partners In my business as tobacco manufac- turer, which will ttenoeforth be oarried on under the style and firm of DIxson and Sons. T

' 1 HUGH DIXSON.

Sydney, 1st July, 1864. , ^"f

J-^IXSON'S TWIST TOBACCO FACTORY jwü. JLF Close i TO-MORROW (Saturday), the anniversary

of ita eitablishment. DIXSON and SONS. I

NOriOË-All CLAIMS against tho law JAJtES

MORECROFr O'NEIL, licensed vict.aller, of the fconth Head Road, are requested to ba seat immediately io Mr. WILLIAM BRADY, Cailor, Cotreny's.buildinKa, Morkot-etreet Beat. I

WILLIAM BRADY, 1 '

JOSEPH BEALES. } Exeoutors.

WILLIAM KELLY, j

29th Jone.

A DL CLAIMS apon tie Estate of Ita lata Mr.

ROBERT. BEAMES, of Kußwellbroik, ore re quesfed;to be sent to the Offloa of KEELE and CO.. Pitt

street. '

CHARLES W. KEELE, 1 -n,

JOHN H. KEYS, / E-eeutora.

Sydney, June 27.

rr_E EXECUTORS of the lato P. W. Plomer, Esq.", JL request that all accounts «gainât him may bo furnished

AITTnMdiliy,TîvdÎro?uM,l to ALLEÎλ BOWDEN, and

ALLEN, 124, Elizabeth-stroet.

JAMES SPRING has ceased to be our Salesman and _"TTÇ"i,!eot°r' Wo kate *.? day appointed J, 8, HELLER to aot fa his stead. BARKER aa. CO. Stem Mi?, ßujwwtwt, 30th /nug.

p

F3RS0NS ADVERTISED FOR._

TTMiOKMAlION REQUIRED of JOHN JJAt, B native of Suflblk, England, arrived per Koynl George, 1828. Lost rmard of at Yass, 1815. Address, DAY, Grey Staines, Prospect^_ Ï~F '1HIS should meet the eye of ELIZABETH

PEARCE, sbe will relieve the anxiety of her brother WILLIAM PEARCE, by writing to him at Mr. John Rçdfirds, Warren, Maoauarie Hiver, via Dubbo.

ICE.REGAL COMMAND NIGHT. -1 -13 EVENING, KING JOHN. Mr. and Mrs. KEAN. lb EXCELLENCY the GOVERNO» and LADY

YOUNG will witness the porformanoa of KING JOHN, THIS EVENING.___

RINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

Under the management of Mr. Charlos Dillon.

LASI NIGHT BUT TWO OF

MR. and MRS. CHARLES KEAN.

Viceregal Command Nigh*, on whioh occasion his Excellency Sir JOHN YOUNG and Lady YOUNG will CROWDED AND ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES !

TO-NIGHT (Ftidav), Shakespeare's grand Play of

KING JOHN.

King John.>.Mr. C. KEAN.

Stance.:.:::.::. Mrs. C. KEAN.

Concluding with the elegant Farco of

COOL AS A CUCUMBER.

Received last evening with shouts of delight.

TO-MORROW EVENING, HAMLET. Box Otflco open from 12 till 3.

Doors open at 7 o'clock, curtain to rise at half-paBt 7.

In preparation, the Grand Romanoe from the Frenoh, entitled BELLA DEMONIA, with extraordinary effects.

BIN CE OF WALES THEATRE.

TUESDAY next.

BENEFIT of the lato severe sufferers by the unpre- cedented floods, when One half the gross prooeods, olear of all expenses, will be given in their aid. _

* CHARLES DILLON.

R. and MRS. CHARLES KEAN, by speoial desire,

Will give _

TWO ENTERTAINMENTS,

Consi»t.ng of

READINGS and RECITATIONS from Shakspoare and

other poets,

(Under the patronage and m the presence of his Exosllenoy

the GOVERNOR and LADÏ YOUNG),

At the MASONIC HALL, y

On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENING3, July

5th and 6>h.

Reserved seals, 6s., body of the hall, 5s., gallery, 2a. 6d, lo commence at 8 o'clock. _..,..

Tickets can be obtained, and seats seoured, at Wilkie, Elvy, and Co 's, George street.

Mr and Mrs Keon will sail from the Australian colonies on Thursday morning, for California._ _

URTON'6 CIRCUS, Victoria Theatre, IHIS EVEN

IN G -More novelues An entire new Programme. URION'S CIRCUb.-1 ho highly trained Ponies, ; whoEO lively tucks are marvellous._ UNION'S CIRCUS -Dnnctne Foodies in fall dress,

B "TÏ

dth tbo Monkey Hurdle Race.

JRiON'tt CIRCUS -lhe Clown m a new oharaotor, wim now Songs and Recitations.

iuiUDN'o CIRCUS.-The admired favourite Mister

Wworland m his wonderful performance with f iny.

¿ "SJURTbN'S CIRCUS-The graceful performance of

. 1 39 Mis« Christy and George- Gilham, as the Swiss Lovers.

- 3 "f&PR'/oN'S CIRCUS.-MonF. Kïaer and Master

;f Xf Bixdolph. m their unrivalled Gymnaslos.

10¿>'a OlRuUö- Wonderful excitement in the Pony Race, with Infant Jookiee.

VICTORIA THEATRE-Mr. DIND regrets ex

cetdiBgly so many families were oompelled to leave tho Theale on Sat. may aiternoon, in oonsequenca of their not having secured sema, and requests they will make early application for next Saturday midday performance.

Children, half-price. Box-office open from 11 to 3 daily.

S

0 H O O L OF A R i" S.

Manager. Mr. JOHN BRYAN,

immonse attraction.

LANCASHIRE BELL-RINGERS,

CHARLES STEWART, and

Misa HARRIET GORDON,

To-Nwht, at S nreoisely,

Ttrv-T,»M/iAslHBE BELL-RINGERS, v CHARLES STEWART,

Mr. BANKS, and .

Miss HARRIET GORDON.

Secure seats at J. H.Anderson's, George-street.

Reseived seats, 4s., hall, 2s. ; gallery, la, Saturday mornisg performance, children half-price.

On SATURDAY, Grand EXTRA NIGHT, for the BENEFIT of the SUFFERERS BY THE LATE FLOODS.

On TUESDAY next, BENEFIT for the WIDOW and OKILDBEN of the late CHARLES JONES.

WEDNBSDAY, July 6tb, the LANCASHIRE BELL-RINGERS will give a GRAND PERFORM. ANCE for the BENEFIT of ST. VINCENT'S HOS PITAL. and the HOUSE OF THE GOOD

SHEPHERD._I_J_

EVENING CONCB&'T,

IN AID OF THE ,

SUFFERERS BY THE LATE FLO0D3,

Given by SIGNOR C. CUTOLO,

aided by the following ladies ard gentlemen, professional and amateur Brtists, who have kinoTy given their services

MADAME E WALLACE BUSHELLE MADAME SARA FLOWER.

LADY AMATEUR, pupií of Madama Bushella

Mr. WALLER, amateur

Mr. J. BUSHELLE, amateur ;

Mr. CHARLES STEWART . , ,

And the Band of the N- S. W. Volunteer Rifles

AtthoMasoaioHall, SATURDAY EVENljKG, Jilly, 2

PROGRABÍME. , Part I.

1. Overture.,..'.. Band of the N S. W. Volunteer Rifles 2. Scena-" i,&ve,' transient passion" (Lurline)-W. Y

Wallace « . > I

Mr. J. BUSHELLE (Amateur). .

3. Solo, Pianoforte-'»Fantasie On the Opera of II Troya

tore"-Cutolo -

bignor C. CUIOLO.,

4. Ballad-i'Auld Bobin Gray" ,

Madame E. WALLACE BUSHELLB.

6. PatriotioSong-»England! England! Gíoripus LaBd'

Westropp r '

, ' Mr. WALLER (Amateur ) '

6 Aria-" Deh vieni non tardar " (Figaro) -Mozart

Lady Amateur (Pnpil of Madame aushelfe).

7.'Duet-¡'Alle pin' talde immaginl/f (Semiratmce)-r

RobhdI 1 |

Madame BUSHELLE and Madama SARA FLOWjER

i . _ , Part II.1

J-Seleclion-Band of N. S. W Volunteer. 2 Cradle Song-W. V. Wallaoa

' ' Madame SARA/FLOWER.

3. Aria->"Wben I think of'the wrongs he hoth done

me"-Paer. ' , i ' L ' Mr, WALLER (Amateur )

4. Solo, pianoforte-Fanhuia on Los Huguenots-Tisalbe«! r ^ * Signor C. CUTOLO.

5. Dußt-la Favorito-Donizetti i ,

Madame SARA FLOWER and Mr. J BUSHELLB. 6. Ballad-" My pretty Jane " i I '

" m Mr. CHAELES STEWART. ' ' 7. Terzetto-Lncrezia Borgia-Donizetti I

Madame BUSHELLB and Messrs. STEWART and o " , " BUSHELLB. |

8. God Save the Queen, by the whole of the oompany. ;

Mr. HENRY MARSH has kindly, consented to abas

Accompanylst on this occasion. i j ' j T

Mr« « J. Johnson will aot as troasurer.

. .** By kind permisBieno^ the Oommltt.ee for the ooioerfc in aid of the MaBQnio Orphan Society, the whole of the elegant decorations used On Thursday Evening, arranged by Mr. Walker, will remain for this oocaBion. f

Doors open at half-past seyen ; the concert to commence at eight o clock precisely. |

Admission.-Front seats, 4s, ;' baot seats and gallery, 2s. -Ijicksta may be obtained at the shops of J. R. Clarke, Klvy and Co., Andewon, and Sandon, George-atieot

Moss, Hunter-street, W. J. Johnson and Co., Put-street,

end at the Masonic Hall. I '

j^ADAME SOHIER'S WAXWORK BXHjW

... Pitt-street, near tha Victoria Theatre.

UotÄlSS Portal^116"18 *** * ^ ,Mg° C0^

nJrmT¿oS ^í'630 ie£*8SÍ»tws thetemöoeonfliotof GARDINER, with Troopers HOSIE and MIDDLETON has been acknowledged to be one of the moat effective groupa of statuary ever oxhibited. «"active

The lower room contains models of many of tha moat

prominent characters of the past and present njHuSS

them may be mentioned Garibaldi, Nopoléan 111.7 the

nSta lT],i thl Pope> Presid8"' L>n<*»°> Jefferson

Davis, and many others. T

Admistion, One Shilling ; Chiidren, half-price.

. Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p ¿.

DISTRESS IN THE AGRICULTURAL DIS-

TRICTS -Speoial Collections in nid of the Buttners by the recent Flood« will be made in St. Mark's Church, Alexandria, on SUNDAY, 3rd July, aftor both morning and evening service?.

ROBERT JOHNSON,

T. W. SMART, } Churchwardens. J. S. WILLIS, )

St" Mark's, 30th June._ BT. PAUL'S, Sydney.-Spooial collections will be made

in this churoh in aid of the sufferers by thp late floods, on SUNDAY MORNING and EVENING next, tho 3rd July.

JOSEPH COOK, t ,

J. T. HANSARD, > Churohwardons. ALEXANDER GORDON, ) Redfern, June 29th.

S

T. ANDREW'S, CHURCH OF ENGLANO.-A fj SERMON will (D.V.) be preached in thU ohuroh on SUNDAY MORNING next, by the LORD BISHOP OF SYDNEY, and a collection made for the relief of the ufferers by the recent floods.

S

T. PHILIP'S CHURCH.-On SUNDAY next Col »_» lections will be made in this ohuroh in aid of the fund for the relief of the sufferers by the late disastrous floods.

_WILLIAM M. COWPER.

YÏTnEY SYNAGOGUE, York-street.-A Speoial

SERVICE will (D V.) bo held in the Synagogue, ou SUNDAY next, the 3rd July, at 3 o'olook p.m, when a COLLECTION will be made in aid of the suffarera by the late disastrous floods. The Rev. ALEXANDER B. DAVIS will preaoh on the occasion.

_A. DE LIS3A, secretary.

SPECIAL RELIGI0U8 SERVICES.-The Reverend

WILLIAM TAYLOR will PREACH, D V., in the Weelejan Church, Chippendale, on SUNDAY, the 3rd instant, at 11 a.m., and at holf-paet six p.m. ; and on each evening of the week at 7 p.m., except Saturday.

The Quarterly Collection will be made at both aarvioos on

thp Sabbath.

MUNICIPALITY OF BALMAIN-To Stone

masons and others.-Tenders will be received until Friday, the let July, for kerbing and guttering, to bo laid in Duko-streot. For particulors apply to J. M'DON ALD, surveyor, Council Chambers, Darling-street._

O BUILDERS.-TENDERS ara invited up to 12th

July for the erection of a Wesleyan Churoh at St. Leonards,'North Shore. /

Masonry may be tendered for separately.

Flans and specifications may be sean at the office of Mr. THOMAS ROWE, architeor, 438, George-street._ TO BUILDERS, "-TENDERS n:e invited for the

various works required in building and completing a Dwelling-house, including kitchen, and stable, offloes, &o., proposed to be erected on an allotment of land, situate on the east sida of Elizabeth-street, near Liverpool-street, Sydnoy.

Tho planB and spécifications will bo seen at the offioa of Mr. JAMES HUME, arohiteot, 137, Eliziboth-siroot, to whom tenders ere to be sent, on or before THURSDAY, the 14th proximo. The proprietor will not ba bound to accept the lowest tendor.

Sydney, 27th June, 1864.

_

OST-A Light-coloured TERRIER DOG. Apply

to Mr. PERRY, Bentham-pHoe, Paddington.

L

OST, small Silver WATCH. Rewatd on delivery to

Mr. MADDOCK, bookseller, George-street.

LOST, on Wednuday evening, a PARCEL, containing

a Child's White Frock. Any person bringing the same to Mre. STUART, 2, Victoria-terrace, Miller's Point, will he rewarded._(__

O SP, a Huir BRACELET-fastons with a large

nugget-either in Mr. Gannon's Cook's River omni- bus, or on the Newtown Road. Whoever will bring ithe samo to Mr. FaLKONEB, Newtown Railway Station, will be handsowly rewarded._ LOST, a CHEQUE on tho Union Bank, drawn by,tho

Bxecutors of the late Mr. P. Hogan in favour of Mr. Cohen for £13 11s, dated 20th June. Payment stopped. A reward will bo given on being returned to OWEN Í. CARAHER, Gloucester-street. ' I

N' OÍ-CE,-It the owner of the Cheenut' HORSE,

branded MH conjoined on near shoulder, and M ou the thigh, blind with one eyo and blezs down the face-left in my possession on the 28th April, 1863-does not release him within 14 days, he will be eo)d,to defray, expenses.

JAMES BARNES. Western Road._I

NOTICE.-Left m my possession in July, 1862,! by

Peak, Chinaman, a Chesuut PONY, branded ou the _ear shoulder HC conjoined, with saddle and bridle ard two Dogs. 'These will be said by auction if;not releaeed within , 14 days from ,thia date. JOHN

FULLAGAB, Star Inn, Western Road._

GANNON.-Please CALL at Old Ship Inn,

Clarence-street, A. NASMYTH.

G

DR. EADLEY will thank his acquaintance Mr.

/MYERS, to call on him at Darlinghurst Gaol, IMMEDIATELY._,_i_'_ MB. RUTTER, Surveyor,'a Person from Shoalhaven

wishes to seo you immediately. Apply 146, Glou cester.street. ,

O THE INHABITANTS OF BALMAIN-On . account of the great rise in price of feed tor cattle, and as we are'entirely depending on stall feoding, we, the Undersigned, Milkmen of Balmain, are under the necessity i of BAISING THE PRICE OF MILK from8d. to lOd. per quart. i

W. Watts W. Cox

E. Barnfield T. ,lohnston , i, A. Gow . L. Beard

J. M-Kas-ey *. Qairk ' 3d, Kiley. , , , , S. Hall

J. M'Cullam

_

DVICE GRATIS, daily, from 10 to 11, by a'duly qualified Physician. 333, PItt-at,, near School of Arts. CABTES DE VISITE-Two, 5s ; four, 7s.'Gd.; six,

10s, ; twelve, 18i. JOHN T. GORUS. 101. King-Bt,

CABTES DE ^VISITE-D. F. METCALF'S Photo-

graphic Gallery, 347, Pitt-etreet,, next the Viotoria ,'Tneaho, /sitho cheapest place in Sydney for first-olas:

Partes de Visite., ,

HILBLAlNS, Corns. Bunions, and > Defective Naili

eUred by Mr. ALEXANDER, aurgeon-ohiropodist

90. BathnrBt-atreet.

FEATHERS CLBANED or dyed all tho fashiohabi,

colours. COOPER, dyer and aooarer, BriokÖeld-hiJI.

GESydnf WW°" ?arrIe». 479, George-street,

TOHNSON'S Cheap Bedding Manufactory, 195, 'Pitt .» street North. N.B.-Old mattresses remade.

JOSEPH WEARNE, Anchor Steam Flour Milli,

Barker-street, foot of Batnurst-Btreet. I

. IT ADIES wno requtro competent SERVANTS, of good

' _-_fffi_,ffiffi£_? wn ortQ Bend t0 i*»

ACLEOD, CABT1ÜK, and CO., Generaf-Merohanta

Comrnismpt and Squatters' Agentó, Bowen, ¡Port

Denison, Queensland, i ' ^

N°'Í'I0B.TH' JOöBPH, pawnbroker, REMOVED

from, 190, Fitt-st,, to 242, one door from MarkeVet NOTICE of RÍSMOVAL _W. G. WHITESIDE,from

City Inn, Kent-street, to tia Freemasons' Tavern Macquatiei-Btreet' South. w---u_ xayern,

OTK» OP REMOVAL-W. LEIPOLD h J re ,,-^T,mDI.ed£0E1.. H~t«-etreet to 366, Georga-atreet, next Lloyd'a Chambers, opposite Wynyard-street. ¡* REMOVAL-The undersigned, having purohaaed the

CommercialjWharf and Stores, opposite to thelrlpre Bent premises, beg to Intímate that they will REMOVE thither on'the lBtJnly. Good accommodation for velsels 1 discharging, with'every posaible attention. f

ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, and CO.

CYDNEY CARPET BEATING GROUNDS, bU p cutlet's Hay. ARTlETT and SON, npholeteX aiR JOSEPH BANKS MARINE FAMILY HO CKL, 2,t3 Bay-Luncheons and Dinners provided at în_^Ai *£? -°-adB are now in very Rood order ¡1 the load from Recdwick is now open. VICKERS MOySEf WHEN You Want your PIANO TUNED and-iRs

P-ired.gotoMr.WOODS. 92, WooUoomOoIoi-st MR. BANKS begs to inform his friends and the publie, "i.,-, r Bpnerally of Newcastle, that his usual periodical viait for tuning pianofortes. &o,, will be next week. \

POULTRY DINNER, EVERY DAY, in ¡tho

"' " LARGE SALOON, '

*',,"£ t, B of.rOQ8t «m* boiled turkeys,' roast geese, and ducks, fricassee fowls and mushrooms, pastry, &o. '

At the nominal charge of 2s. i

Quarter-past 1 o'clock. Post Office Hotel. ,

PIGf°.NTJ?ATF£,.,t0 «»me off on MONDAY, the

?un«-4 nTÎSJ?ï-atWl,,,am Eieldhonse's, CARRIERS'

HOME, PICTON. 300 of Iho best birds wiU bs on "ho gronnd. WILLIAM FIELDHOUSE, Caffto? HoAe.

PIGEON MATCH-Owing to the inclemency of the

wea hor the Match, advertised for the 18th of June, Sat'iISo"-*« ?'í6 8 0,d House at Home, on SATÜR

DAY, the;2nd of Jnly. B. C. SMITH.

\iRl W5öT* '«"London, tho celebrated DANCER,

COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Glebe Point.

Principal-The Rev. JOHN PBNDRILL, M. A,

t (Late of St. John's College, Oxford.)

The conreo of instruction pursued in this school comprises the usual branches of a classical, liberal, end useful education.

lb<^ pupils, Lowever, are not all required to follow indis- criminately the same studies, but aro classified under three general ¿¡visions-the Claesical, the Modern, and the Junior Divisions-each having, to a certain extent, its owu special Btudiea,

In tho Classical Division, the course of instruction ia intended chiefly m a preparation for the University and Learned Professions, and therefore the pupils in this division are neceesarif) required to devote a large portion of their time to Greck,J,atin, Mathematios, and those other branohes of study wijoh form the groundwork of a enocessfnl University career. \

In the Modern Division, tho subjects of instruction ara History, Geography, Natural ScVmoe, Arithmetic, Book- keeping, and English Composition^ with Modem Lan- guages, if required. This division ísfetended to meet the requirements of those who may be obliged to enter on a mercantile career, or other aotive pursuits Vt an early age» and are consequently compelled to reatriot thiJr studlea to the most necessary and essential branohes o£ a useful English education. Pupils in this division are not required to learn Latin or Greek, but an opportunity is giten of keeping up any knowledge of these languages whiohHhey may have previously acquired.

In the Junior Division, the subjects of study are Readings Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, the) elements of Hißtory, of Composition, and of Latin.

The sohool accommodation and domestio arrangements are those of a superior and well oonduoted establishment.

ProspeotneeB of terms, &o, forwarded on application.

The VACATION will terminate on SATURDAY, July 16th.

Glebe Point, Jnne 30tb, 18C4.

CAMDEN COLLEGE SCHOOL,

Newtown, Sydney.

Principal of the sohool and resident chaplain :

Rev. S. C. Kent.

Head master : Mr. Frank Valentine, B.A., St, John's

College, Cambridge.

Second master: Mr. Charles James Faobe, late of

St. Mark's Collegiate School.

Professors :

French ...Monsieur P. A. Dutrnc, Sydney

University

Germas ................Mr. Alexander Rea Instrumental muslo.Mr. Alexander Rea Drawing .Mr. J, Fowles

Drilling..Mr. A. Hardman

Vocal musio.Mr. J. J. Salier, King's College,

London,

Terms (payable quarterly in advance). ,

Resident boarders.13 guineas per quartet Day boarders.. .. .. .. 8 " " Day pupils.4 " "

Junior department lor pupils under 12 yeara of age

Resident boarders .. .. .. 12 guineas per quarter Day boarders.7 ,, " Day pupils.3 " ,,

BXTRAB. «

German .e .. .., .. 2 guineas por quarter French ..~.. 2 ,, " Drawing ..' .. .. .. ' 2 " "

Instrumentalmusio.. .. ..3 " " < Washing '.. ..t , .. ..1 " "

Stall for a horse .. .. .. 1 " ,, ,

A reduction cf 10 per cent, will be made in the eise of brothers who aro reeident boarders.

Pupilo entering after the commencement of a quarter will pay only in proportion to the remaining time.

A quarter's notice or half-8-quarter's fee will be required before the removal of a pupil.

Vacations.-Christmas, Ave weeks ; midwinter,, four

Tho Fohnol will be open for tho reception of pnpils on TUESDAY, tho 12th July.

_JOSIAH MULLEN 8, Hoc. Seo.

CLASSICAL ned COMMERCIAL BOAftDING and

DAY SCHOOL, Cleveland Houee, Cleveland Pad docks.-rConduotedl by Mr. KEAN and well-qualiflad Masters.-School Duties will be RESUMED {Oi V.) MONDAY, July llth. Vacancies for Boarders and Day Pnpils._¡_

EDUCATIONAL. - The 'Duties of Mrs. TAIT'S

Sohool will be resumed on THURSDAY, 20th July. .T7ÍDUCATION.-Devonshire-terrace, Wilham-street. jQl Saleot CLAS8 for Young Gentlemen, oonduoted by Mr. G.'MASEFIBZD. Vacancies for Day Pupila ; also, for one Soardci. Duties will be resumed MONDAY,

Jnly 18th._

DUCATION.-A Gentleman of twenty years* ex

perience in teaching, receives a/ow boya for instruc- tion in the several branohes of a sound and liberal educa- tion. The class has been in operation for the laat eight years ; the highest référencée. Address Sigua, Herald Office^______

YDE Park Seminary, Elizabeth-street. Classes will

be resumed on MONDAY. Rev. R. BOAG, B.A.

H

M

R. CANE'S SOHOOL, Stanley-street. Duties re-

sumed on MONDAY next._

1SS DELOHERY'S BOARDING AND DAY

SCHOOL, 306, Liverpool-street, Darlinghurst. Duties RESUMED on MONDAY, 18th July. Vacancies for additional pnpils._ MRS. DOCTOR SILVER requests the attendance of

her pnpils, at North Sydney Seminary, on MON- DAY, July the llth. No. 5, Wynyard-square, next to the; Munioipal Council Chambers.

B. CREAGHS bCHOOL, 289, Elizabeth- ,CZ7T Duties will be returned on MONDAY, the '_tn.

M

SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL.-The r . Lf,t tZ

the quarter now closing will be read a^h?ïïud

rcoitationB delivered, on FRIDAY, July _ . at 2o-'elook in

tho afternoon. '

Old pupils, and tho parents »__, bkniB u u te itt. .

Vittd to be present. r * ',

Entrance by the B^utQ wj_gi

__W. J. STEPHENS, head master.

SYDN.EY GRAMMAR SCHOOL-The next Quarter

will commença MONDAY, July 18th, and oonolada. , FRIDAY, September 30'»>18e4

1 -yy. J. STEPHENS, head maater.

MR-, and Mrs. NORRTS w?P«ctfully announce that)

. as they leave Sydney althJ",£pirilt,?,,n "/¿.k9,00?6116 Ï 9?Brt?*< D0 guarantees will be issued after ls£Jetante ' \ Monthly and Weekly Tickets as usual for"wr«,;^ boc*"

"«HP"«g,P,nßI8hBenorlILy, P'ano. mathematios, ami navi gatton. Clergymen and Boards of .Eduoation are rmrtiou [arly invited to inspoot the System carried out. ïrivate lessons a¡any-hour. Separators for ladies Sydney Writing Institution, 45, Hunter'-atreet. oyaney

M\ HEN$J "MAR8H'S PIANOFORTE 'Class

Boom*, 321. George-st, Lessons'.reanmed July 4th. MB8, NI£RS£ DANCING CLASSES will recom-

mence MONDAY, JuIyW. 175, Premtor-S^

FA|oN «*?"«, »ANpiMtt._Mr. J. CLARK ana «. , S ,.N^811ÎtJ?JÍVBt0 te8s°n* to Ladles and Gentle- men in al the NEW DANCES, at their Rooms. Coton oode, Bllzabeth-stroet North. Class days as ubuS Private Fomili,eB and, Schooia attended"

M^'iwnwSH1*1^,. J?F*'P' «ladrilla Assembly, on

MONDAY next. Elizabeth-street North. '

CKI8^VPR PT7pnBl?nd I* N^w Tyouth Wales.-Tha' **.!,«. J£E*0UP e<ven J* Mr- JamaB Cowlishaw, of Brisbane, to the top scorer of the New South Wales »even

will be presented to Mr. JOHN CLARK Jnn'iTthtJ

JUKüPH B. CLAYTON, hon, seo. N. 8. W. O. A.

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12 o'clock, THIS DAY. Pri09 Sixpenoo.

BEÍlF| ,U1J'?»" TO-MO'UROW:

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"BELL'S" INCOMPARABLE RUMi PUNCH I

«3" IbeBelfehtful State of the Colony UNDER THB

PRESENT ADMINISTRATION: UW1JiSK imS POINTU!*' LUUe "Ttltn-ni" Qt ' KISSING

«& Read BULL'S LIFE To-morrow,

tgif Secure BELL'S LIFE early To-morrow.

B&- ADVERTISEMENTS before 8 THIS EVENING.

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