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VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c., &c.

To the widow and next of kin of PHILIP

DWYER, late of Castle Creek, near Burrowa, in tho colony of Now South Wales, stock- holder, deceased.

GREETING :

WHEREAS it is represented to us in our Supremo

Court of the colony of Now South Wales that tho paid Philip Dwyer departed this life on or about the Twenty-fourth day of September, Ono thousand eight hun- dred and sixty-three, intestate, having at the time of his death goods, chatteis, and credits in the said colony : Wo hereby cito you to appear personally, or by vour respectivo proctors, betöre our said Court, at the Court-house in King street, Sydnoy, on TUESDAY, the Seventh day of Feb- ruary now next, at the hour of Ten o'clock in tho forenoon, then and there to accept or refuse letters of administration of the goods and credits of the said deceased, or to show cause, ii you know any, why the Bamo should not bo com- mitted to THOMAS BELL GIBBONS, a creditor of the

said deceased.

Witness the Honorablo Sir Alfred Steplion, Knight

Companion of tho Bath, our Clu'ef Justice of our said Court, at Sydney, this Eighteenth day of January, in the Twenty-eighth year of our reign.

(L.8.) D. B. HUTCHINSON, Prothonotary.

G. C. ALLMAN, proctor for said T. B. Gibbon, by .   Charles Stafford, his agent.

ELECTORATE OF CANTERBURY. - Owners of  

-unoccupied land aro requested to send in their names

for insertion in the electoral list for 1865. THOMAS] LEGGATT, collector, 234, Clarence-street.

CAUTION.—Whereas, MARGARET, my wife, is in '

the habit of leaving her home without any provoca- tion. This is to caution the public not to give her credit, as I will not be answerable for any debts she may contract in my name after this date. E. FOYLER, Balmain, January 26th.

CAUTION.—I hereby caution the Public against har-

bouring or giving credit to my Son JOHN HARK- NESS, after this date, January 26th, 1865. Any person bringing him home will be rewarded. JOHN HARK NESS, senior, Barker-street, Sydney.  

IMMIGRANTS per HORNET.—Notice is hereby

given that the undermentioned persons for whom passages have been provided in this colony, in pursuance of deposits made in this Office under the Assisted Immigration Regulations, have arrived in the ship HORNET, and that they will be prepared to join their friends—the Single Females from the Depot, Hyde Park, and the Married People and Single Men from on board the vessel as soon as released from quarantine ; of which due notice will be

given.

Name of Immigrant.

Name of Depositor.

Abbott, George Admits, Jane Ahern, John Allen, Eliza

Alexander, George Bailey, Thomas Barrett, Daniel

Mary

Bornes, Timothy Batty, William

Mary

Bell, Janies

Bennett, Margaret Billington, John

Clarinda Ann

Elizabeth Sarah

George  

Blake, Elizabeth Blythe, c-athcrino Bourke, John

Anno

Bowe, Ellen

Brady, Janies.

John John

Mary

Ann

Breen, Ann

Biennnn, John Brian, Mary

Deborah Brien, Daniel

Brock, Mis. Elizabeth Bioeleiick, Pat

Biooks, Clnra E. Bryan, AVillinm

Buchanan, Henry

Margaret

Burke, Matthew Burton, Sainh A. Butler, Johanna - Bvine, Ellen

Cahill, AVillinm

Sarnh

Cain, Margaret

Caniplell, AVillinm Cannon, AVillinm Canning, Martha Carew, John Cnrioll, John

Can oil, AVillinm

J ames

Carney, J nines

Cashel, AVillinm Cnss, Cnthcrine Cnsi-on, Tliomiis Cheney, Robert Clary, Bridget Clorim, Min tin Clynch, John

Coll, Dominick Condlon, Ellon Connolly, Mnry

Costello, Margaret

John

Costigan, Janies Covven, Mnry

Crago, William  

Elizabeth

William H. John

Francis

Crozier, Anne

jMnrgnret CuiTe, John

Curley, Anne

Michael

Dalhunty, Margaret Duly, Anno

Catherine

Dnllimorc, Harriet Daiignn, Sara

Daniels, Thomas Dcgnn, Michal Deity, William

Caroline AViUinru Bernard Bentrico

Delnney, Catherine Dixon. Mary

Elizn, J.

Doherty, Janies

Unity

Donohoe, Mary

Mnry John

Donlon, Mary

Donnellnn, Honor Doran, John

AVillinm

Douplni-s, George

Ellon

Drake, Edmund Drohnn, Mary Dwyer, Mary

Thomn8 Thonins Honora

Egnn, AVillinm Ellerby, Alico

Finnegan, Stephen Fitygeiald, William

Margaret Catherine Catherine

Fitzgibbon, Daniel Flanagan, James

Margaret Hugh

Flannel y, Daniel

Margaret

AVillinm

Margaret

John

Bridget Mnry Ellon

Cnthcrine Honora

Flemming, Pat Flynn, Honora Foley, John

Janies

Honoia

Ford, Austin French, Pat

Thonins

Gaffney, Thomas Galligan, Ellen

Gcoghegnn, Mary Gihonnn, Mary Gleeson, James

Mnry

Goore, John

Ellon James

Gordon, Thomas Gorman. Mary Gough, Thomas

James

Grace, John

Grainger, Elizabeth

Ellen Mmy

Margaret

Griffin, AVillinm Grimes, Honora Guildny, Hugh Hnllinnn, JamcB

Halloran, Michael Halpin, Andrew

Hnrgnrdon, Joseph

Anne

Harvey, AVilliam

Hnnnnh Ellen

AVilliam Alfred

Harrison, I Jano

Goodier, / Mary E. Hegarty, Denis

Ellen

Hecney, John

Hemphill, James Ilonehey, Patrick Hendy, Margaret

Hennessey, Honora Hedland, Bridgot - John H.

Patrick E.

Hickey¿ Eliza

Budget

James

Higgifon, Patrick Hodnett, AVilliani Hogan, James

Hogan, Bridget

Ann

Hogaity, Bridget , - Holland, Donald ' - ' Holohan, Anastasia-' Hourigan, Bridget Howard, Michael

HyneB, Jamos ^ Jackman, Thomas

John

John Abbott

Aloxandcr Adams Thomas Roynolds James Simpson

Joseph Alexander Annstnsin Moora Thomas Ban ctt

Ditto

Michael O'Dwyer

Thonins Wild

Ditto

Aleximilcr Shnvv

Cnthcrine Bcnnott James AVhittiikcr

Ditto . Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

JohnBlako

Margaret Miggin James Ryan

Margaret Bourke Mary Phelan

Michael Geirctty AVilliam Clifton

James AVliittiiker Michael O'Hnrn Michael Gcrretty Daniel Alwny Mary Shortal John Graham

Ditto

Edmund AValsh John Shcridnn Eliza Brooks John Graham

Ditto Ditto

Thonins M'Inernoy

Thomas Matthovvmaa Maria Muli«

Anno Byrno James Cahill

Ditto

Mary Ann Cain

Biu-tloy Lnverty . John Livingstone Mary Canning

Jamos Carew Ami Carroll

Ditto Ditto

Pntrick Gunoy John Cashel

Martin Scrvitt

Patrick M'Elligott Francis Cheney

Thomas M'Miihon Michael Cuiley Andrew Daly Owen Coll

Margaret Miggin Thomas AVoocls Ellen Costello

Ditto

Pntrick Costigan Michael Cowell

Petherick Tamblyn

Crago

Ditto ~ Ditto

Ditto Ditto

Philip Sweeny

Ditto

Thomas Stownct

John Flnnngnn Maria Fovvor

Andrew Didy

Thomas Drohon George Gardiner Owen Coll

AVilliam AVatkius John Honnery

John Hartigan

Peter Dixon

Ditto

John Doherty

Pntrick Doherty Androw Daly

Margaret Murphy  

AVnlter Donohoo

Bridget Kerrin Mary Ann Cain Hannah Larkin Martin Doran

Richard Douglass Janies Kiely

Jonathan Howard Tliomas Drohnn

Margaret Burke Denis Dwyer

Patrick O'Dornvjll Denis Dwyer Edward Egan

Pntrick M'Keoujh James M'lucmcy

Ditto

Timothy Foley

James M'lncrney Ellen Fitzgibbon Patrick Flanagan Bridget Flnnngnn Michael Coleman John Flannery

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

. Timothy Foley

. William Kolehcr

Timothy Foley

Ditto

Jeremiah Tubbs

Tbnothy Foley Honry Duggan John Conway

Ditto

Mary Shannon

Patrick Galligan

Bernard Geoghogitn Patrick FreeHill

John O'Noil

Martin Gleeson John Hardman

Ditto Ditto

John Turner

Thomas Gorman John Gough

Ditto

Jnmcs Gmco

Alosander Dunlop

Ditto Ditto Ditto

Thomas Griflin

Patrick Ryan

Patrick AVhitostono Margaret Hallinan

John Halloran

Timothy Halpin Daniel Regan

Ditto

Benjamin Mountîoi-tlo

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

William M'llrecn.

Ditto

Francis Kane

Ditto John Hill

John Turner

Michael Henchey Mary Hendy

EdviardHenncwey John Hcyland

Ditto Ditto

Catheriho Hickey Junes Madden Ans Hickoy

"Valentine Higgisoi Patrick Hogan Edward Egan Patrick Hogan Bridget White Timothy Foly

Thomas Williamson Margaret Walsh.

John Neil

Margaret Hynes

Nicholas Jackman

.Ditto

N.iiiic ot Immigrant.

Nimio of Depositor.

JciiVin, Juno

ílary

Tnbitha

Johnston, Patrick Joy, William Kuy, Sunili

Keelo, Timothy

Bridget Thoinns

Kelly, Julia

Kennedy, Johanna

Elira

Francis

Mary A.

LOUISA Alico

Kerrin, Belinda King, Elizabeth

Kiernan, Francis Knox, Sarah

Sarah

Laflcrty, Ann Land, James

Ann

Latiiner, Thomas

Aifhin

Margarct

Larkins, Bridget Lav etty, Eliza Leo, Annie

Lehane, Wilb'am

Ellen Pierce

Mary

Daniel

Hannah Eliza Ellen Kate

Lenmicry. Bridget Lenton, Thomas

Mary A.

Livingstone, Janet

J times Mary

Alexander

Caroline^ " Alexander! '

Longlmnne, Wilban* Lyons, Johanna

Lycflfrlit, William M'Bridge, James M'Cnbc, Bridget

M'Cnr hy, Timothy

Jcreuiiah Murgurct

M'Corimck, Mary M'Crccdie, Arthur M'Domicll, Mary

Ellen

M'Glinchy, Neil

M'Gmth, Michael M'Gutl, Bridget M'Gninn, Mary

Margaret M'Guire, Ann

M'Hugh, Francis M'Hugh, Mary

M'Kcnny, Robert

Sully

Mary A.

Charlotte

M'Keon, John

Brill get

M'Nnmnrn, Daniel M'Nichol, Donald

Hannah

Margniet

M'Mnhon, Terence

Jane M. Michael Mary Pnt

M'Munus, Mary

M'Sw coney, Kate

- Celia

M-Swcency, Mary Madden, Hugh

Ed wai d Biddy Mary

Muhonoy, Daniel

Ellen

Cathorino

Malone, Michael

Edmund Manus, Ami Maru, Ann

Martin. John

Maxwell, Mary

Minogue, Bridget Mitchell, Mary

Catherine

Montgomery, William Moore, Margaret

Moroney, Edmund Morripbey, Julia

Mullaley, Bernard Mon lette, Maria

Margaret

Mulligan, Eh>a

Cathorino Mulville,Tat

Murray, Michael Murphy, John

Murphy, Catherine

Andrew

Myeis, Daniel

Naughton, Laurence

Bridget Nelia, îohn

Nicholson, Francis

Mary

Thomas Harriet

Nolan, Eüiabcth Norrii, John

Oates, Elizabeth O'Connor, Pat

O'llnlleiiin, John O'Ham, Michael O'Ncil, Jolm *

O'Reilly (or Roolly), P. O'sullivan, Ellen

Mary

Honora

Owens, Pat

Pat

PuFcoe, Graco

Bessy

Piper, 'lhomns

Prentice, Catherino Purcell, Lauronco RatiiEey, George Rea, Margaret

Honora

Rcddan, Pat

Morgan Reilly, John

Mnrgaiet Mona Jomes

Margaret

Roache, David Riles, Jane A, G cor, Sarah

Ronrty, Mary Robb, John

Alison Robina

Robb, Marion

William

Alexander Roberts, Agnes

Robertson, Ellen Roney, Tat

Roughan, Anne Row, Jumes

Ryan, Matthew

Martin Mary

Margaret Eliza

Catherino Margaret Bridget

Margaret Pat

Jano

Sharkey, Margaret

Bartholomew

Sheedy, Catherino Sherlin, John Sinclair, Peter

Jano

Margaret Elizabeth Ellen

Robert

Mary J. Smith, Eliza Soden, Jano

Margaret

Sheer, Benjamin Stewart, John Stevens, John

Stothers, Sarah J. Stoves, Iwibclla

Sullivan, Edward

Ellen Julia

Honora

Mary

Sunicy, William

Agnes

Elizabeth Walter Henry

Sweeney, Robert

Rose

Sweney, Emma

Mary A. George Samuel

Taiman,' Ana

William Jcnkyn

"Ditto Ditto

Charles Johnston William Shcohy

Ellon Brown

Ditto Ditto

John Bluko

Sarali Dolonoy James Keegan

Willinm M'Phorson James Kcnvvorthy

Ditto Ditto

Bridget Kerrin Henry Douglass

Thomas Magaurau Joseph Knox Isabella Knox Francis Cain Edwin Loud

Ditto

William Latiiner

Thomas M'Credio

Ditto

Mary Minnas

Bartly Laverty

James Leo

Daniel Lchano

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

Edmund Fciuiessy

William Livingstone

Ditto

John Livingstone

William Livingstone

Ditto Ditto

Bridget Hanrahan

John Ford

Ann Lysaght

Sarah M'Bride

Thomas M'Mahon William Murray

Donald Kissino

Catherino M'Carthy Catherino Curry

Thomas M'Croclio Patrick Carberry

Ditto

Bernard Dunloavoy

William Francis Mary M'Guir

Luko M'Guinn

Ditto

Patrick Froohitl

Francis Cullen Samuel Toner

Ditto Ditto Ditto

Mary M'Keon

Ditto

Michael M ?Nalliara Thomas M'Crcdie

Ditto Ditto

Patrick J. M'Mahon

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

Patrick Frechill Martin Sliarkey

Ditto Ditto

Dudloy M'Grath

Ditto Ditto Ditto

Mary Ann Mahoney John M'Carthy

Ditto

Bridget King

Mnrçaret Green Philip Swcenoy Martin Sweeney

Francis Hill

Margaret Maxwell Bridget Halloran John Mitchell

Ditto

Alexander Shaw Patrick Flanagan Janies Garvey John Ford

Thomas Mullaley Timothy Halpin

Ditto

John Mulligan

Ditto

Michael Hcnchcy William Murray Thomas Winkle John Carney Ann Rignoy

Donald JCiswil

Michael M'Naman» Catherine Nelia

David Flemming

Ditto Ditto Ditto

Anastasia Moora Thomas Magner William Oates Oliver Rae

D. O'Halloran John Quiltor

Joseph Hellbraun Bernard O'Reilly

Florence O'Stdlivan Ellen Murphy

Ditto

Francis M'Guff

Andrew Stophens

William Oates

Ditto

William Piper

John Graham

Androw Purcell

William Graham Oliver Rea

Ditto

Thomas Reddon

Ditto

Patrick Frodiilt

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

Anastasia Moore Charles Russell

Ditto

Ann Roarty

Nimmo Brown

Ditto Ditto

Nimmo Brown

Ditto Ditto

Hugh Roberta

Gooi go Robertson Michael Naughton Michael Hinchey

Richard Rowo

ThomaB Halloran.

James Ryan

Patrick GaUigaa Martin Ryan Mary Ryan

Margaret Green Mary Ryan John Ryan

Michael Kono

James Johnston

Ditto

Denis Macnamara. Bernard M'Glado John Jamieson

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto. Ditto Ditto>

John Sodon

Ditto

Benjamin Sheer William Stewart

Petherick T. Crag»

Isaac Stevenson. 'Peter Dixon»

Julia Sullivan

Daniel Sullivan

Ditto

Julia Sullivr» John Blake

Janies Coleman

Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto

Martin Sweeney Philip Sweeney James Coleman

Ditto Ditto Ditto

Michael Taiman

N.inio of Immigrant. Nnino of Depositor.

John Ditto

Tatham, Alfiod F. T. Robert Tatham Thompson, George Allan Thompson Tierney, Mary . James Kelly

Toohcr, Mmy Sarnh Dolanoy Tobin, Michael AVillinm Tobin Tooncy, Ellon Mary Topnoy

Troy, Patrick Hans Crumber AVall, Alico Mary Wall

Pat Margaret Burke - Walsh, John Mnry AValsh

Put John AVidsh Ellen Mnry AValsh Ellen John AVnlsh Margnret Ditto

AA'nterton, Caroline .Tamos Todd

Watson. Mary J. John Maxwell AVhitc, Thomas Sarah M'Pnul

AVhittcn, Susannah George AVhitten AVilcl, John Thomas AVild

Margaret Ditto

AVilson, Anne Samuel Louer

AVindovij Georgo AVillinm Pntcrson AVoods, Ilonora Edmund AVooels.

GEORGE F. AVISE,

Agcut for Immigration.

Government Immigration Office, Sydney, 27th Jimuary,

TS65._

Surveyor-G cneml's Office,

Svdnev, 25th January, 1865.

THE ATTENTION of tho Publia is drawn to tho

SALE of Crown LANDS, advertised to bo hold on FRIDAY next, the 2"th instant, at Parvamnttn, com- prising Innds in thnt pnrt of the Old Pnrrnmnttn Douinin enclosed by Parramatta River, Toongabbco Crook, tho Windsor Rond, Toongnbboe Creek (tho Quniry branch), and -n »¡ensured poition of 41 acres.

_AV. R. DAVIDSON.

ENEltAL NOTICE.-Tho Agent« of this Journal in

various parts of tho colonv nie ns follows :

AVE STERN.

Bathurst, Guyong, Molong, Cnnovvindrn, Kelso, Peel,

Roe-kloy, Meadow Flat, and O'connell Plains-Mr

C. AV. Cionker.

Ciuconrniul Con ia-Mr. George Rowlands Hartley mid Bovirr.fria-Mr. J. Lnrtcr Oisuigo-Mr. James Dido

AVclhngton, Montefiores, and Ii embarks-Mr. R. A. Stneo Mudge»", Rylstone, Avisford, Louisa Creek, AVindcyer,

Long Creek, nntl Mmidoornn-Mr. John Dickson Sofala- Mr. AV. AVuIker

Dulvbo-Mr. AVilliiun Killick Ryde-Mi. G. Pope.

SOUTHERN.

Cumdon, Narellan, Burragorang, and tho Oaks-Mr. E.

Simpson, Canillen.

Berrima anil Sutton Forest-Messrs. E. and AV. Ficldhouso Goulburn, Marulan, Collector, and Bungonia-Mr. Robert

Craig

Yass, Binalong, Gunning, Murrumburrah, and Jugiong

Mr. AVilliiun R. Laidlaw

Braidwood, Araluen, and Nelligen-Mr. A. Vider, store

keoior and auctioneer Burrovvn-Mr. John lim lev

Gundngni mid Tarcutta-Mr. Michael Norton Wollongong mid Dapto-Mr. Georgo Howlett

Kiiuim, Jenigong, nnd Jamberoo-Mr. Thomas J. Fuller

Moruya, Bodalla, Nerrigundah, Mullenderee, and Broulee

-Mr. Oliver Lodgo

Shoalhaven-Mr. R. II. Kemp

Cooma, Nimitybelle - Mr. David Bell, storekeeper, Nimity-belle

Bombnln, Eden, Bejrn, Delepntc, Mcrimbuln, and Pam-

bula-Mr. A. G. Flavello

Buiigciuloii-Mr. G. C. Lcnehnn

AVnpgu AVaggn and Marengo-Mr. Georgo Forsyth

Adelong and Tumut-Mr. Andrew- Smith, inn., Adelong.

NORTHERN.

Hinton, Hexham, Wollombi, Seaham, Largs, Millers

Forest, and Blni-k Crrek- Mr. R. Blair Dungog mid Clnrcneo Town-Mr. Hamm Armidale-Mr. L. Bradshaw

Pntcr.son and desford-Mr. AV. Thomson

Singleton and Jerrv's Plains-Mr. AVillinm Meyn MuMvellbiook lind Merton-Mr. Hugh M'Cnulcy

Munni undi, Quirindi, mid AVnriiUdn-Mr. Alexander

Brodie

Tamworth-Mi. P. J. Coghlan

Rocky River, Uralla, and Bendemeer-Mr. J. Ogilvie

Scone-Mr. Asser ' Fort Macquarie-Mr. II. Tozer

Kempsey, Macleay hiver-Mr. Otho Dnngnr

Cundlclnivn, AViiighnni, Tarree, and Tinonee, Manning

River-Mr. Henry John Cornish ,

Glen Innes-Mr. John Proctor

Richmond River-Mr. E. Ro-w, postmaster, Ballina Tenterfield-Mr. E 0'ConnoU, postmaster

Clmtnco River-North and South Gr.ifton,Xawrenco, and

TJliuarin-Sir. Thomas Fisher

Walcha-Mr. AA'. H. Daniel, storekeeper.

INTERCOLONIAL.

QUEENSLAND.

Brisbnnc-Mr. Jumes Miller Ipswich-Mr. H. Kilner

Toowoomba nnd Drayton-Mr. AV. H. Groom Gayndah

Roekluiinptoii-Messrs. Hutchinson, Hunter, and Co. Gladstone, Port Curtis-Mr. R. Hetherington Maryborough, AVide Bny

VICTORIA.

Melbourne-Messrs. Gordon and Gotch

Geelong-Mr. Henry Franks.

TASMANIA.

Hobart Town-Messrs. Walch and Son Launceston-Mr. F. G. Spicer.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Mr. Joseph Fisher, Grenfell-street, Adelaide.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. Messrs. C. Arthur and Son, Queen-street.

LONDON.

Mr. F. Algar, 11, Clenicnt's-lane, Lombard-street Mr. George Street, 30, Cornhill.

The following AGENTS aro authorised to supply sub- scribers and gi vo their own receipts, also to roceivo adver-

tisements :

TOAVN.

Gordon and Gotch .. 281, George-street, opposite Hun-

ter-street

W. B. Leo. Lower George-street, and at No.

136, King-street East AV. Air . 15, Kent-street North AV. Malsbury.,., 35, Pnrrnniatta-strcot AV. Hogan. 113, King-street East

T. Pierco. Yurongand Stauloy streets Mrs. Fleming . Post-office, Pyrmont T. Palmer. Brickfleld-lnll

F. Barter.. South Head Road.

SUBURBAN.

W. C. Leslie. Redfern and Glcbo P. Dnvoy .......... Paddington AV. AVest . Newtown

AV. West . Post Office, AVntorioo J. Dole, chemist .... Glcbo

F. Maclean . Rushcuttcr's Bay E. Rnmsny. Balmain E. Glover . Balmain

AV, E. Davey. North Shoro C. Turner. Longbottom P. Rawlings. Ashfield

Mrs. AVilliams. Petersham AV. Thomas . AVaverloy

Thomas Davis. Canterbury John Croaker........ Fivo Dock

j. Fox.. Manly Beach J. Stornier. Hunter's Hill D. Fenton. Randwick D. Alderton . Burwood.

COUNTRY. E. Mnson . Pnrrnmnttn C. Cottrell. Penrith George Popo. Rydo

L. AVhito. Avindsor, Richmond, and the

Hawkesbury

E, and W. Fioldhouso Campbelltown, Picton, Appin, and

Menanglo C. A. Scrivener...... Liverpool

R, Blair. Enst and AVest Maitland J. Wisdom. Morpeth

D. T. Bishop and Co. Novvcostlo

E. Doherty . Raymond Terraco J. M. Kelly. Baulkham Hills J. Manfield . Smithfield.

L_O"ITDO~N AND ¿TNCTS HTR~E

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES.

CAPITALS.

Fire-£1,000,000. | Lifo-£100,000.

AVith powers to increase

NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH.

DIRECTORS. The Hon. A. M'Arthur

George Alfred Lloyd, Esq.

MEDICAL OFFICER.

P. Sydney Jones, Esq. M.D.,

F.R.C.S.

BANKLRS-Bank of

George Wigram Allon, Esq. John Frazer, Esq.

SURVEYOR.

G. A. Mansfield, Esq. Now South AATales,

AV. H. MACKENZIE, jun.,

Secretary to Local Boord. Offices, New Pitt-street, Sydney. _

HE SOUTHERN INSURANCE Company Limited.

Incorporated under the " Company Statute, 1861.''

Head Offices, 35, Queen-street. Melbourne.

Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. ?

Paid-up Capital, £60,000.

Sydney Branch Omeo, 22, Bridge-street, Sydney.

DIRECTORS .

George King, Esq. I R. G. Massie, Esq. Charles Parbury, Esq. | John Todd, Esq.

The Company aro prepared to take mnrine risks on every description of tnsurahle interest at current rate«. _ _

Losses pavable at the option of tho assured, either in Sydney, in Melbourne, or at any of the agencies of the Company in Great Britain or the colonies.

_O. H. HOAVELL, Secretary.

IRE INSURANG E. THE AUSTRALIAN GENERAL ASSURANCE COMPÏNY are now prepared to effect insurances against

IOM by FIRE.

HENRY T. FOX, Secretary. 21, Fiit-Btreet, Sydney, let Sej>ttra]t>er,il8«.

AUSTRALASIAN FIRE, LIFE, and MARINE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Henil Ollico : Hall of Commerce, Melbourne

Possessing an accumulated reservo fund that amounts to

upwards of .{60,000.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

First-class risks aro taken at rates of premium varying

from 3B. Oil. to 6s. Oil.

MARINE DEPARTMENT.

Policies effected ot lowest current rates, and losses made payablo in Sydney, Melbourne, or London, at option of

assurer.

This Company is favourably known in Uio colonies for its extremo promptitude in tho settlement of nil claims.

The undersigned, having been appointed agents in Sydney, mo now propared to insuro every description of

I'ire or Maiino rink. I

MONTEFIORE and MONTEFIORE.

Exchange-corner.

HANGE IN THE NAME of THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.-By virtue of an Act of tho Iniporial Parlia- ment, entitled Tun LivEiiroor, AND LONDON AND GLOIIE INHUIIANCB COMPANY'S ACT, 1864, an amalgama- tion has taken placo between THE LIVERPOOL AND LON- DON FIHK AND Lira INSURANCE CoMrANY, and THE Gi.onr, INSURANCE COMPANY, and tho names of THE LlVElirOOL AND LONDON FlHE AND LlFE INSURANCE CoMl'ANYhas been changed to that of THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COM- PANY, in which name all tho business of the Company

will hereafter bo conducted.

By order of the Board,

A. STAN GER LEATHES,

Resident Secretary.

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE

INSURANCE COMPANY,

For Finn, LIFE, and ANNUITIES.

Capital subscribed .£2,000,000.

INVESTED FUNDS.

Capital paid up .,. £390,000

Reserve surplus fund. 1,000,000 Life Department reserve .................... 1,450,000 Balance of undivided profits. 210,000

(Three million and fifty thousand pound) £3,050,000

REVENUE.

Fire premiums. £580,000 Life premiums. 210,000 Interest on investment. 100,000

(Nine hundred and fifty thousand pounds) £950,000 Tho Directors in Sydney continuo to issuo Polioios for Firo and Life Insurance, and to grant Annuities, Endow- ments, &c. Prospectuses and every information can bo

obtained from

A. STANGER LEATHES,

Resident Secretary. Wynyard-wraaro, Sydney.

FIRE INSURANC E. The EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY is now prepared to effect insurances against loss by FIRE.

FRED. J. JACKSON, Resident Secretary. 34, Hunter-street, Sydnoy, 2nd January, 1865.

ANK OF NEW ZEALAND.-In iiccordanco with

tho resolutions passed at the Special General Meeting of the proprietors, held on the 15th day of December, 1863, the directors hereby give notice, that the tenth call of one pound per share will be payable at the places mentioned below, on MONDAY, the 6th day of March next :

Auckland .At the Bank of New Zealand. Taranaki. " " Napier. " " Wellington... " " Wanganui . " . " Nelson.,,,. ,, ,, Picton. " " Blenheim. - " " Christchurch. " " Lyttelton. ,, " Dunedin ..-.. " ,, Invercargill., ,, " Riverton,. " "

Sydney.At the Oriental Bank Corporation Office. London., At tho Bank of Now Zealand, 60, Old Broad-street.

D. L. MURDOCH, Inspector. Bank of Now Zealand,

Auckland, November 30, 1864.

ANK OF NEAV SOUTH WALES.-A BhANcH

of this Bank is sow OPEN at GUNDAGAI for the transaction of ordinary banking.business. '

J. OSWALD GILCHRIST, Secretory. ' Sydney, 10th December, 1864.

OMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.-A BRANCH of this Bank has been established at WENTWORTH, Darling River, for the transaction of all usual banking business.

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager.   Sydney 23rd November, 186-1.

PRODUCE STORES. - Messrs. DURHAM and

IRWIN aro prepared to rcccivo Wool, Sheepskins, Tallow, Hides, &c., for Solo hy auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay.

Liberal advances mado on Woo^ Sheepskins, Tallow, and Hides consigned to them for Sale or Shipmont.

Circular Quay, 1st October, 1864.

URT and CO.. HORSE and CATTLE SALES

MEN, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. "

[Established 1847.1

Regular SALES of HORSES, LIVE STOCK, and PRODUCE, at tho BAZAAR, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRI- DAY, at 11 o'clock. Also,

Of FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, &a., tit the VICTORIA YARDS, Petersham, every WEDNESDAY, at half-past

2 o'clock.

Tho usual advances on stock forwarded for immediate  

sale.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.-F. B. PALMER and

CO. (luto W. Acheson and Co,) beg respectfully to inform the DRAPERS, Tailors, and Storekeepers through- out tho colonies, that they havo this day removed their business from 327, George-street, to promises in Wynyard lone, ono door from Wynyard-strcet, immediately at the

rear of their former Warehouse.

F. B. P. and Co. would also tako this opprtunity to

tender their thanks to their constituents for tho continued increasing support thoy oro generously according them.

In reference to futuro operations thoy would remind the trade thut Mr. BUDD (RO long connected with tho late firm of W. Acheson and Co.) has arrived in England AS THEIR BUYER in Uio Home Markets, so that thoy anti-

cipate being able at an early date to offer his purchases, con

sitting of Haberdashery, Trimmings, and General Drapery, which in conscqiienco of liis experience of colonial require- ments thoy confidently assume will consist of moro than . usually dcfirablo goods.

No.'l, Wyuyard-lone, ono door from Wynyard-strcet. Sydney, January 27th, 1865.

NOW READY, Sands' Commercial Sheet Almanac for 1865, 1s., or per post 1s. 2d. JOHN SANDS,  

George-street.

NEW MEDICAL WORKS, by Dr. EDWARD B. BOWMAN. M.D., M.R.C.S. England; Licontiato   in Midwifery, Fellow of the Royal Modieo-chirurgicol Societies of London and Edinburgh, Fellow of tho London Medical Society, Member of tho Provincial Medical and Surgical Association of England,.Extraordinary Member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, &c. ; formerly Resident Surgeon to tho Lying-in ond Lock Hospitals, and Frerident of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, &c. Quacks and Quackeries, price Is, by post Is (3d.

Now ready,

Quackeries in Secret Diseases; the tnio nature, treatment,

and prevention of their primary, secondary, and here- ditary consequences, price 2», by post 2s Gd.

To bo had at Dr. BOWMANS, 1, PhiUip-strcot,

King-street.

Consultations-Mornings, 9 to 2 ; evenings, 6 to 8. By letter, fee £1. Visits by arrangement.

EDI CAL ADVICE.

CONSULT Dr. TRENERY,

From the Lock Hospital, London.

Twenty-soven years' practical experience in all diseases of a delicate nature aribing from indiscretion, folly, ex- posure, or neglect.

Secondary symptoms, eruptions of the skin, loss of hair, nervous and physical debility, local weakness, SORE THROAT, pains in tho limbs, stricture, impotence, and all ailments arising from neglect, or patients whoso constitu- tions aro suffering from ti» maltreatment of ignorant pre- tenders, most successfully treated in tho shortest time con- sistent with permanent cure.

Frivato suites of consulting rooms especially arranged for ladies and gentlemen. Hours, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; if by letter, fco £1. 42, Hunter-Btrect._ MEDICAL CARD.-Dr. VAN HEEKEREN, Con-

sulting Physician, from New York (U.S.), may bo consulted confidentially en all nervous diseases and prostra- tion of the system, nervous and physical debility, all neglected complaints, and those arising from oxposuro, im- prudence, or excesses. ...

Dr. Van Heekcrcn's great experience in the hospitals of Paris, and lus long practico in tie United States of America, give him the guarantee of great success also in this colony.

The victims of misplaced confidence in quacks, or un-principled medical pretenders, can call with a certainty of being cured in the shortest possible time.

All cases given up by otherphysicians as incurable will          

be attended to with tho utmost caro.

Consultations to both Boxes, from 9 a.m. tul 9 o'olock ia the evening, at 283; Castlereagh-strect, near Park-street. '

N.B.-Private and separate waiting room«._

EETH ! TEETH ! TEETH !-Mr. M. EMANUEL,

dentist, continues to supply ARTIFICIAL TEETH on gold amd the new pink vulcanite, with overy modera im- provement, at the following charges :

A single tooth from 10s.

Teeth stopped, 5s. ; teeth extracted, 2«. 6d.

^" Note the address-The Old Dental Establiihmcnt, 330, Gcorgo-Htrect, near Hunter-street._._._

SE HARPER TWELVETREES' SATIN GLAZE

STARCH, which gives a high finish to the clothes; and never «ticks to the iron. Sold by all storekeepers, and wholesale by Messrs. £. and W, PAUI* Tork-.treet, Sydney.

N1

.confidentially ... -.,.",.., ", n(i

skin diseases, local weakness, and nil secret comXw? Pnvnto entronco to surgery in Elizabeth-staJ T '

Hunter-street. Dr. FERRY and CO. may b1MS by letter. Explicit details necessary, anïïricwS maintained. 126, Castlcreagh-strect North, Sydnoy. ^

STABLISHED 21 years.-Corner o7Rtt_TKh_;"

strcetH.-Dr. EMANUEL, SiirgicidandClinn^ ' Dentist-Artificialteeth, gold a'nd v__ïntt.r, tcÄ

TÏ1.'?1' Äpcdxr Modern*.0 <*nrgcs. Opposite TooKood'f,

OLLOAVAY'S F 1 L L S.-ChrcrfuinSs^oul gloomiest thoughts spring from disordered diecst'on speedy relief .is nfforded by Hollovvav's Pills, which noT fail in producing perfect action in stomach, liver, heart langs, and kidneys Their? regularity benefits body M5 mind. Sold at 24-1, Strand, London, and nil druggists. '

COLONIAL TAVEED, superior quality aidTA

n.nnufnctured by O. B. EÎÎSWOftTH, Steam S

Sussox-Htrwt. . ^»

rjï«,s,.uf v1 "«"A3,41- Ge^-B'^t7^inr0

_/ Himk of Now South AVnles.

Ai "i,MAY..V°°f 351, George-street, having purchase* of Mr. Preston Ins stock and interest in Cavendish Hon»o

at a lnrgo discount, will RE-OPEN tho premises in a few dnys with a ehoico assortment of fresh goods.

Mrs. Mny begs to inform her customers and tho public that she will nlso resumo her bnby linen nnd mileincnr businoss, nssisted by Mrs. AVood. '

N.B.-The wholo of Mr. Preston's stock will 1» offered

at a lnrgo reduction in price.

DEPARTMENTS.

Drapery Bnby Linen Shirts

Silks Underclothing Hosiery MnntlcR Millinery Gloves

Lace Goods Feathers nnd Flowers Trimming*

Hnberdnshery_Silk Hiuidkcrchicfs Fnncy Goods..

HE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN SYDNEY POÎL

GENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY. ' GLOATES COLLARS SHIRTS SCARFS,

nnd OUTFITTING GOODS of every description.

CHARLES RUDD and CO., '

Importers,

AVholesalo and Retail Hosiers and Outfitters,

451, George-street

(Opposite Lnssettcr's).

Storokecpers supplied nt wholesnlo prices.

UST RECEIVED, tho Thames TOfifcAR, nlso tho .

Severn, Dnno, and Ar,plunteer. A largo stock of J090 phine kid gloves, Tom Thumb ties and hosiery of ovcry de- scription always on hnnd. CHARLES RUDD and CO.

454, George-street. '' SEAVING MACHINES.-Singer and Co.'s Lock

stitch Sewing Mnchines aro acknowledged to bo tho ? best, cheapest, most simple, and most durable sewing machines in tho world ; pnces from £14 to £35.

STANFORD and CO.. solo agents, 208, Pitt-strcct.

IÖR SALE, a' SINGER'S (A) MACHINE. Address

MACHINT., Pierce, novvs agent, Stanley-street,

F G

LASS SHADES, l8 enscs, por tho Strathdon.

F. LARTER, agent, 92. South Head Road.

G

LASS SHADES, just arrived, lier Strathdon, nil sizes

mid simpes. F. LARTER, 92, South Hoad Bond.

F

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RESH LOBSTERS mid Tasmanian Barracouti cn

SALE at EMERSON'S, Market-street.

YTYGUINKESS'S PORTER, 9s. Cd. dozen. _____V ./_.-_-. Alo (India pnle, various brands), from 8s. ditto. Sherry, a really good dinner wine, only 24«, ditto. At MILLER'S, 13, Jntnison-st., Into of Pitt-street«

LOUR.-HART'S Adeliudo Household, Bilk-dressed,

now lnnding ex AVongn, for Snlo.

_II. II. BEAUCHAMP, 14, Bai-rnck-strcct.

OR SALE, ox Homet, from London, Boiled and raw oil, in hogsheads Auder îesÎH, colza oil

Stockholm tar nnd pitch Munt 7. yellow metal

AVhiting, in small casks White zinc pnint

AVhite lead, red lead.

II. H. BEAUCHAMP, 14, Barrack-street.

ALIFORNIAN FLOUR, Nntionnl Mills, in half Micks, for Side. H. H. BEAUCHAMP, 14, Bnrrnck-st.

F

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ONNIOT'S BRANDY, hogsheads, quarters, cases,

for Sale. H. II. BEAUCHAMP, 14, B.irrack-st

M Ö

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TOAVNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA..! lobsters, tuc

hnndles, pumps, &'c, binding ex .jt _)!' Saxon, fot Sale. II. H. BEAUCHAMP, 14, BamTk-Strect.

UNTZ'S YELLOAV METAL, 14 to 26 ounce ; also

nnils, spikes, and rods ; tnr, pitch, oils, &c, for Sale»

II. H. BEAUCHAMP, 14, Barrack-street.

N SALE, BY THE UNDERSIGNED -

Primo Shctlnnd dried ling, in ensos Scotch oatmeal, in ban-els Split pens, ditto

Penrl burley, in glass jars

Old brandy (Renault's), hogshonils and quarters Harvey's Scotch whisky, in quarters Pirn's old tom gin, glass-stoppered Younger's ale, in glnss Dawson's ditto, ditto .

Assorted sauces

Brynnt nnd May's genuine Jon^ping1» celebrated

matches.

FRANCIS MACNAB and CO., 9, Wynyard-street.

LOUR. AV H E A T. 33 R A N.

To arrive per Goldsecker. AVhitc's A'nlley Flour

Wheat Brou.

DURHAM and IRWIN, Circular Quay._

ADELAIDE FLOU B.

Now landing,

Beeby and Dunstan's superfino Ditto, household

Steven's superfino Johnson's ditto Allen's ditto.

AIBO, Adeliudo Wheat.

_BEILBY and SCOTT.

CHILIAN FLOUR,.

Ex GRAVINA.

Latest Importation from Vnhmrais«

The balance, about 200 tons of this cargo, St. Antonio,, and Dol Carmen brands, tho best quality m tho market, for SALE by

BEILBY and SCOTT.

HEAT.-N. CASTON, 6, Custon-houso Buildings.

Adelaide, Californian, Chilian._ 1LOUR.-N. CASTON. 6, Custom-houss Buildings,

Mngarcy's, Duflield's, Hart's, &c, &c._ * DELAIDE BRAN.-N. CASTON, G, Custoin _A- house Buildings._

ÛNTZ'S SHEATHING METAL.-N. CASTON,

0, Custom-house Buildings._

ÄGS, thi-ec-bushel, full weight. N. CASTON,

G, Custom-houso Buildings._

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O SHIP AND BOATBUILDERS.

Composition spikes Copper boat nails.

N. CASTON, G, Custom-house Buildings.

OATEN HAY, pressed, in lots to suit purchasers.

J. SIMMONDS, produce ngent, 101, Sussex-street.

UCERNE and OATEN HAY, pressed, on SALE.

J. SIMMONDS, produco ngent, 104, Stissox-strect^

YLOR, AVALKER, mid CO.'S STOUT, in first

rnte condition, for SALE, by the undersigned.

HENRY MOORE, Moore's Whnrf.

ND, COOFE, and CO.'S BOTTLED ALli.-FÔr

_ SALE, by the undersigned, parcels of tho above, jost landed in splendid condition. _ ,

(Signed) JACOB L. MONTEFIORE, Greshnm-sfrccf. TARD'S (irst-clnss BRANDIES, in case and balk. __,' S. L. BENSUSAN, New Pitt-street. ^

?mTEGROllEAD TOBACCO (Blackbull brand), war i^ ranted sound, 3s. Gd. per lb., duty pata, at AVATKINS and LEIGH'S; or J. M. LEIGH and CO., George-street._ SOUTHERN TAVIST TOBACCO.-Now landing, 5»

hnlf-tierees genuino Southern Twist, selectedI by our Mr. Leigh in tho London market. AVATKlNb and

LEIGH, 422, George-street.

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AURI AND AMERICAN SPARS, from G inches

to 30 inches, for Salo at CUTHBEIt'f'S AVIIARF. 7ILLCOX and GIBBS' Family Sewing Michino . . £10. S.;HEBBLEWHITE, 432, George-stre.t,

near Royal Hotel.

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DRAUGHT HORSES for SALE.--Tvvo tmt-cllli

heavy horses, nt GIBSON'S Repo-itory, 282, Pitt-Bt» RANGAKOO Pups for SALE, also splendid coujla

Gordon Sotten. GIBSON'S Repository, »PP»81«0 School of Arts._-UTS TAVO Pairs Carringo HORSES for SALE;lf ®"!5

Repository, oposito School of Arts, Pjtfr^rtiort^ PAIR of quiet Buggy MARES, chîap, at GIBSON'S

Repository, 282, Pitt-street._-__

FOR SALE.-In consequence of family ^¡f$'*!

undersigned is nnxious to re^¡?«¿SSllÁc wishes to disTOse of his interest in a CIGAR and * "»T,

CO FACTORY ; nlso a Tobacconist's Shog *«*.££

business. For particulars apply to C. REID, 561, «"»

field-hill.

FAT WETHERS. STORE WETHERS.-Mg.

STORI jj"Ä°fS ^s&ssrMÄiS

^particulars, apply at 695, George-striet; or U,

Burton-street.

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