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~ÍHTF ADVERTISEMENTS.

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¡JlTPAÑAMA, NEWJZEALAND, and AUSTRA ? LIAN ROYAL MAIL COMPANY'S STEAM SHIPS porforoi'ng tho portal service, (luring this and tho

liUnvriuj: month, a« nnder.

PRINCE ALFRED, 900 ton«, II. H. Machin,

7 commander, wOl LEAVE SYDNEY, for

AUCKLAND .. , .. .. AugnHluth. T11OBE, 700 ton*,R. II. Ferguson, cora

««der. will LEAVE SYDNEY .. Augustluth, TM NELSON, PICTON. WELLINÖ

TON; CANTERBURY, ami OTAGO, Talton pafsengcru and freight for TARANAKI and NAPIER.

nTAGO 800 tons, W. Smith, commander,

will LEAVE NELSON .. , .. Augusta, Vtr PICTON, WELLINGTON, CAN

TERBURY, OTAGO, and BLUFF. AUCKLAND. bOO ton«, O. Ponsonby, oom

mander, «.II LEAVE BLUFF .. July 22nd, J« OTAGO, CANTE H BURY. WEL-

LINGTON, PICTON, and NKL80N,

With pa* seagers for Sydney steamer : LEAVE NELSON for TARANAKI and

MANUKAU .AugUBt2nd, ARRIVING atMANUKAU .. .. August 4th. LORD ASHLEY, 500 ton«, T. Randall,

commander, will LEAVE AUCKLAND August 3rd, J» NAPIER, WELLINGTON, CAN-

TERBURY, and OTAGO.

EGMONT, £50 tond, J. Hagley, commander,

will LEAVE MANUKAU about .. Angus'. 3rd, Por TARANAKI, NELSON, TICTON,

WELLINGTON, NAPIER, TAU- RANGA, and AUCKLAND,

ARRIVING at AUCKLAND about .\ August 14th. TARARUA, 830 tons, J. Gordyuo, com-

mander, will LEAVE NELSON for

SYDNEY .. .. .. .. August 3rd, ARRIVING at SYDNEY .. .. August 10th. AIREDALE, 400 tonB, W. Woods, com-

mander, will LEAVE SYDNEY about August 30th, far NELSON, &o.

RANGITOTO, 700 tow, II. norris, com

manïcr («tra boat)

CLAUD HAMILTON, 800 ten» (repairing).

JOHN VINE HALL, General Manager.

ÛTENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION CO.

CARGO to now being received at the Company's Stores for shipment by the

LADY YOUNG,

for

BRISBANE,

which miel will be dispatched on WEDNESDAY, 2nd

Attiras t,

W. WESTGARTH, Manager. Q. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street. _

HE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS

To MELBOURNE. - ALEXANDRA, SATURDAY

AFTERNOON, ot-1.

Tarn Paloon, £¡> 10s.; return ticket, £0; steerage, £2.

Te HUNTER RIVER.-COLLAROY, TO-MORROW

MORNING, THURSDAY, at. 7 j and CAWARRA, FRIDAY NIGHT, at 11.

Io PATERSON RIVER.-Good« received, and forwarded

per COLLAROY on MONDAY MORNING.

To CLARENCE TOWN.-COLLAROY, TO-MOR-

ROW (THURSDAY) MORNING, at 7.

To MANNING RIVER.-SAMSON, 21 hours after

arrival.

To BRISBANE-FLORENCE IRVING, FRIDAY

AFTERNOON, at 6.

Fuei: Saloon, £2 5s.; return ticket, X310s; steerago, 12« 6d. To MARYBOROUGH. - EAGLE, THIS AFTER-

NOON, WEDNESDAY, at 5.

To ROCKHAMPTON.-BALCLUTHA, TUESDAY

AFTERNOON, at 5.

To PIONEER RIVER.-BALCLUTHA will tako cargo

lo bo transhipped at Rockhampton per KENNEDY.

lo PORT DENISON via GLADSTONE,-JAMES

PATERSON, WEDNESDAY, 2nd August, at S p.in,

Frcm BRISBANE to ROCKHAMPTON, calling at

MARYBOROUGH and -GLADSTONE. - CLA- RENCE, TUESDAY, 1st August.

From ROCKHAMPTON to PIONEER RIVER and

FORT DENISON.-KENNEDY, ahont 31st instant. Cargo is now being rccoived for tiansraission to any of the above ports.

SAMUEL .CLARK, Muuagci. A, S.N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street.

HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.-Steam to and from tho Hunter «aul the 12th August inrlutive.

FROM SYDNEY,

On MONDAY, at 11 p.m., tho MORPETH.

On WEDNESDAY, at li p.m., tho CITY OF NEW-

CASTLE, to CLARENCE TOWN, via NEW CASTLE and RAYMOND TERRACE. Goods and passengers for Morpeth forwarded on per Anna Maria irom Raymond Terrace.

On THURSDAY, at 11 p.m., the MORPETH, calling

at Martin's Wharf. b

5AÏSRDÎY> ttt n VM-i ,ho CITY 0l' NEW

CASTLE. '

Goods for the Paterson* received on MONDAY, and lorwatded per itenmer on MONDAY NIGHT from Sydney,

Gwd, for Martin's Wharf- received on THURSDAY.

^ rrright on good» for these agencies must ho paid in

FROM MORPETH. ?

BAT| "' 7 n,m-' tb0 C1TY 0F NEW"

£ï T^?iE'el)AY' "' 7 «.'»?- ,l10 MORPETH.

í-rlíTY' st 7 ".'".' ,,lc OITY OF NEW

ivv^TVrR^Y' nt " «.'».i «ho MORPETH.,

À2lAmA' Steamer to PATERSON TOWN ,.f.nTIP, «>cry WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 6.

Lit July, 1865._F. J. THOMAS, Manager.

XT R.Ñ._s',îî-CO.-Sio«ni to tho HUNTER.-, PvrT£?vS ¿WEDNESDAY) NIGHT, at 11, tho

^ÄT^OLAUKNCK T0VVN **«¿"* ACASTLIDAY N1GI1Ï' Bt u» the CITY °F

Oflw t , ,r, , F- 3> rHOMAS, Manager. uilices-footofMarkct^lrect.

CSTÄS5 NEW ENGLAND STEAM SU8ANNÂ?A?T1AÎTT,T,^.0MPANY'S Steamship ÏKrr nrvpTUTiiR?EJ' for* ORAPTON,- CLA *««CE RIVER, THIS DAY, July 26th nt S p.m.

Cajvpcvp , °: WISEMAN, Manager. _^MdN. E, S. N. Cu.'s Ofiico, Commercial What?.

S'CITY nA£KD'0Wîi, ^«"S ftt EDEN

-«SWSSfîî'AÎS.Clinch' comnmndor.

Kaloon .°. £g Q Q

Ditto return, a\aiIab'lo ibï'tiireô . i ' .

, months. , , n n n >

I««toEdcn,lnchul¡ngp1uvi«:o¿S'. , '

»doon. £2 Q 0 ' ' K«ttim tick ot, nvaü«Ma"o'ño month 3 0 0 alMrago . ,10 0

ftriUWtick"' avnilRD'eóñerñóñt¿' 110 0

^ÛàÏ^'^ï^'^ Chorar V th.

t-j-._WILLIES, MERRY, and CO.

i!UrSfTQKwUorfraiBUt or «

EB^ÍEÍSl^lí|*»e 1UVER. For freight or

=£J!ggîiaijy_M^B; Victoria Wharf.

POR MANNING RIVER.-Llghtninfr, Surdon, mas ^^¡iiggv^Mr^. Clark! and lËffffivlc/Wf. Cr°»ÎÎ!LA' ,f<" CANNING UIVER. For fraighl Jd_ilW«hJ>oai(l1 Baltic Wharf.

P°lETlîu^^r mVER- - '^"^WuTr

=L_jjjwARA. Market Wharf.

F°«S§A^ï^IïMONDIlIVE«--'^°B0raw.

*«r fS iNE' *d"»« on FRIDAY, at 4 o'clock.

?HITÄÄ^PP1>- BROOMFIELD and P^OSJ^^UIK, liming lUverTtEo

?«1er. JM^ÍXhSSrt UANNAH P. Johnson,

^i^^^h ^cT1 müBt b0 «

^^^MASIV"T* rfs ^ Peato P«tof

li^Wa» SAWKXKS,

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SHIP ADVERTISEMENTS._ 1-LLAWARRA S. N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS

TO

WOLLONGONG.-Hunter, TOMORROW, at noon. CLYDE RIVER.-limiter, TO-MORROW, ntnoon. MERIMBULA-Kiama, on FRIDAY, at 10 a.m.

ULLADULLA.-Comerang, on FRIDAY, at noon. MORUYA.-Comerang, on FRIDAY, at noon. KIAMA.-Kembla, on FRIDAY, at 11 p.m.

SHOALHAVEN.-Kembla, on FRIDAY, at 11 p.m.

IARRAMATTA RIVER STEAMERS. j«_ Fly between tho Phoenix Wharf and tho underacn tioned places on ovtry week day »s follow« :

To RYDE, at 7.1Û and 9 a.m., and 1, 3, and 6 p.m.

From ditto, 7.40, 8.40, and 11,40 a.m., and 3.40 and 4.40 p.m. To GLADESVILLE, ot7.1ö, 9, and 10 ».m., and 1,3, and

6 pm.

From ditto, £, 9, and 11 a.m,, 12 noon, and 4, and 5 p.m. To HUNTER'S HILL, at 7.16, 9, and 10a.m., and 1, 3, 6,

and 6.46 p.m. ,

From ditto, 8.16, 9.16, Mid 11.10 a.m., 12.16, 4.16, 6.16,

and 6.16 p.m._._ TBAM~ TO PARRAMATTA. From PHON1X WHARF, 9 a.m., and 1 and 6 p.m. Prom PARRAMATTA, at7*nd 11 ».«., and 3 p.m.

ON 8UNDAY8.

Prom 8YDNEY, at 9 run. and 6 p.m.

Prom PARRAMATTA, nt 7 a m. and 4 p,w.

FARE 8.

Cabin . Is. 6d. Return ,,,.., 2s, 6d. Sfeeratrc .... Is. Od. Ditto .Ia. Cd.

OR NINErENCE EACH WAY._

NLY VEBSEL for ROCKHAMPTON and BAF-

FLE CREEK. - igS" Tho Al clipper schooner MAGELLAN CLOUD, will cloar at tho Customs THIS DAY. Shippers will please complete shipment«, pas» entries, and forward bills of lading for signature.

For freight or possapo apply on board, at Moon's (lato Duguid's) Wharf; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO,, Lloyd's Chambers._

NLY VESSEL for BAFFLE CREEK direct.-Tho

schooner WA VE OF LIFE, Hannah, master, now Juadine at Commercial Wharf. Has only roon» for a few tens

freight. _MOLISON and BLACK.

NLV VÊsliEL for BOWEN, PORT DENISON.

The regular »ador MARY AND ROSE, Williams, mtetcr. is now loading at Commercial Wharf, and having three-fourths of her eargo engaged, will meet with quick dispatch.

For freight or paAsago apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street.

OR BOWEN, PORT DEN ISON.-Tho PRINCE"SS ALEXANDRA, Captain Emerson (having tho whole of her cargo engaged), will 6ail on THURSDAY.

For passage only apply on boord, Commercial Wharf.

NLY VEShËL rOR ADELAIDE.-The finó

schooner SOUTHERN CROSS, Rowe, master, now loading at Duguid's Wharf, will Bail on 1st August.

For freight or passago apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street._

HIST VESSEL FOR AUCKLAND.-t^" The

favourite regular trader KATE, J. B. Sherlock, commander, is now fast loading, and having a largo portion of her cargo engaged, will bo dispatched with her usual punctuality.

For freight or passage, apply on board, nt tho Patent Slip Wharf; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, aud CO., Lloyd's Chambers._

OR AUCKLAND.-To follow tho Kate.-IjgT The

favorite regular trader NOVELTY, S. S. Austin, commander, having a largo portion of her cargo engaged, will be quickly dispatched.

For freight or passage, apply on hoard, at the Patent Slip Wharf; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's

Chamber».

OR DUNEDIN, calling at OKI TIKI, to land

Passengers (if sufficient inducomont offers), - The cKpr er schooner SARAH PILE, now loading at Campbell's Wharf, and will sail in fivo days.

_MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridgo-strcof.

FOR WANGANUI.-The brig DART CLEARS at

tho Customs THIS DAY. Shippeis will oblige by completing shipments and Bending in bilU of lading for signature. For n few tons of light freight apply to T, G. SAWKINS, Exchange.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO.-I^r Tho clipper vessel

ATREVIDA, 700 tons.- C. li. Bissett, commander, will have quick dispatch, and has Bplendid accommodation for both cabin and steerage passengers.

For all particulars apply on board, or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._

FOR SAN FRANCISCO.-<®- The splendid Al

dipper schooner LUBRA, Howes, cômraandor, will be quickly dispntched. Has splendid accommodation for cabin and steerage passengers, for which oarly application is necessary,

LAIDLEY, IRELAND^ and CO., Lloyd's Chambers. 0~ 'TAGO, "for "SAN FRANCISCO.-^-Detained

through tho inclomoncy of the weather. Passengers can ho hooked until noon on Friday.

Apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND and CO., Lloyd's Chauîhére.

Î~ OR HONGKONG.-A first-class SHIP, 1000 tons

burthen, will be dispatched on 20th August,

i MONSON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street.

TT¡\ !Ô~{ LONDON DIRECT"

Thd iron clipper i¡

CORNWALLIS,

1214 touB register, A 1 at Lloyds.

Jcscph Leeman, Lieutenant R.N.R., commander.

This magnificent ship has a full poop, with most superior accommodation for passengers, and having tho wholo of her dead weight engaged will havo very quick dispatoh.

Saloon according to arrangement Second cabin .. .. £25 Stecrago ,. .. l8

, Ft r, pesage ox freight apply to the Commander, on Wrd'; or

, YOUNG, LARK, and BENNETT.

WILLIS, MERRY, and CO._ OÎt LONDON.-The Al clipper barquo BAHIA, 666

|tonsregistor, S. II. Smith, "commander, is now re- ceiving cargo, and will havo prompt dispatch. Has superior nccommodatiou for saloon passengers. '

For, freight or passage npplv on, board ; or to ? (HL0HRI*,T» WATT, and CO. '

ABERDEEN CLIPPER LIÑE.^FOrLONDON.

Tho AT Aberdeen dipper Bhip NINEVEH. 1174 tous register, JitmesDonald, commander, has a considerable

portio of her dead weight already engaged. Intending. pas'cngerh aro invited to inspoct her ologant and roomy saloon accommodation. For freight or possago apply to Captain DONALD, on board, at Circular Quay ; or to

_JACOB L. MONTEFIORE.

BARQUE BERTHA, tor i,UNDON.-For Wool and

Light Freight only.-The lino Al clipper barque i BERTHA, 257 tons register, James Gladstone, commandor, having all heir dead weight, and room for a small quantity of wool only, will have immediate dispatchr

Apply io GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., Agents.

SHIP BRITISH PEER, fiom London.-Consignees

, are requested to pass ENTRIES at onco for Walker's Wharf. All goods impeding discharge will bo cleared and stored at consignees' risk and expense. The »naster will not bo responsible for lo=w or damago to cargo

?when landed.

Bills of Jading must bo produced, freight paid, and do . livery orders obtained at offico of tho undei signed, boforo

any goods can leave the wharf.

WILLIS, MERRY, and CO.

Captain ' GARRATT will not bo responsible for any DEBTS contracted by the crow without his written authority.

HIP EARL DALHOUSIE, from London.-Unloss

ENTRIES aro passed for tho undermentioned good» befaro 10 o'clock THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, they will he entered, landed, and stored at consignees' risk and

expense.

RL-24 drums caustic, soda, consigned to Order CF-16 barrels rosin, Order SHB-4 cases, S. H. Barnos S-60 hogsheads ale, Order

R & Co. in diamond~6 bales, Order Ditto-3 cases, ditto

RI-19C camp ovens, Order

Ditto-363 pots, ditto . i Ditto-66 packages, ditto

Eover Cm diamond over E P-SO pfwkagoB, E. P.

Capper and Sons ' ¡ WL-600 cases geneva, W. Long

JEV-4 tanks malt, J. E. Vallaok Ditto-1 pocket hops, ditto SH-10 «crees. Order

G over W 1-G2- 62 packages tea, Order

S in diamond-100 hogsheads rum, R. Graham.

_GEORGE A. LLQYD and CO., Agents.

"\7ESSEL FOR SALE.-Tho first-class barquo X CANTERO, 310 tons register, now in Nowcastlo. This vessel has lately undergono a thorough overhaul, is

in fplendid order, andean bo sent to soa at once.

MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-btroet.

HARTER. -Wanted, to charter a VESSEL to

con\ey 160 tons cargo to Port Napior, Hawko's Bay.

_ MOLISON and BLACK, 17, Bridge-street.

FOR SALS, the fine «chooner, W. B. DEAN. Apply

to MOL1SOM and BLACK, 17, Bridge-itrett. '

I Fas'ûgo money Ü18 and upwards.

To hail on or about THURSDAY, 31st August. li iron clipper ship

c

SHIP ADVERTISEMENTS._ OR SALE, ¿"COASTER, 15 tons, níso Balla<t , BOATS. Apply at RUSSELL'S Shipyard, Pyrmont. IJ>OR SALE, a KETCH, abnnt 25 tin««, OT four foot

', water. Apply Mciirp. COX, Baitio Wharf._

OR SALE, a fast-sailing SCHOONER, lighldraught

of-water, well found and ready for so». . lfor parti- culars apply to MOLI60N and BLACK, 17, Bridge ttrett._

APTAIN RABERE. French barque LEZARD, will

not be responsible for any DEBTS contraotod by his

crew.

ANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.-A Branch of

this Bosk ia now open for the transaction of ordinary banking business at Wellington, in this colony, under the

raansceaent of Mr. WILLIAM COWPER.

SHEPHERD SMITH, General Manager. Sydney, Mth Jnnc, 1865. _

COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.-Suburban BRANCHES of this Bank »re OPEN THIS DAY.

At BALMAIN.-Next door to tho School of Arts, Darling-street.

NEWTOWN.-At Mr. Martin Gibbons* now building, opposite Wcsleyon Chapel, Newtown Road.

By order of the Board,

(Signed) ROBERT NAPIER, Manager. Sydney, 8th May, 1865._

COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.-NOTICE in hereby given, that a Brand, of thin Bank has been opened at BO JRKE, in this Colony, for the transaction of all usual banking

business.

By Order of the Board,

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager.

Sydney, 10th Jone, 1866_

¡ÖMMBRCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF

SYDNEY.-Notice is hereby given that a Special Gineroi MEETING of tho Proprietors of this Bank will bo held »n TUESDAY, tho loth August proximo, at noon, at the Head Banking House of tho Company, George-street, Sj dney, for the purpose of Electing a Director in tho room of Thomas Skinner, Esq., resigned.

Candidates for tho otlico of Director aro rominded that notice, in writing, must bo left at tho Head Oilico of tho Company of their intention to oifer thomselves to supply the -vacancy at least feurteen day» prior to tho dato of elec- tion, exclusively of tho day of election, and of tho day of ¡e»v¡E£ such notice.

By order of the Board,

ROBERT NAPIER, Manager. Sydney, 21st July, 1865._

TO THE PROPRIETORS OF THE COMMER CIAL BANK OF SYDNEY.-Ladies and Gentle-   men,-A vacancy having taken place in the Directory of your Bank by the resignation of Thomas Skinner, Esquire. I beg respectfully to offer myself as a candidate to fill that office, at the election to take place on TUESDAY, the 15th August next, and solicit the favour of your support on that

occasion.

I havo the honour to be.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Your obedient servant,

GEORGE BOWMAN. Richmond, July 25.

TVT OT1CE is horeby given, that tho Half-yearly Genar.il IX MEETING of proprietors of tho BULLI COAL MINING COMPANY will bo hold at tho Hoad Offi jos of the Company, Nog. 1 and 3, Exchange, Sydnoy, THIS DAY (Wednesday), the 26th July, instant, at 3 o'clock, p.m., to receive tho report of tho directors for tho half-your ending on the 30th June, ultimo; to elect directors in the placo of Thomas Black, Esq., resigned, and of John Cald- well, Esq , J.P., M.L.A., who retires by rotation, but is eligible for re-clcxtion ; to elect two auditors in tho room of "Wm. Speer, Esq., J.P., and Thomas Broughton, Esq., J.P,, wno retiro by effiuxion of time, but aro also eligible for re-election ; and to transact Buch othor business as may bo brought beforo them, in accordance with tho Dood of

Settlement.

By order of tho Board,

J. SHOOBERT, Secretary and Agent.

Bulli Cool Mining Company's Offices, 1 and 3, Exchango, Sydney, 4th July, 1866.

JOHN CALDWELL, Esq., J.P., M.L.A., GEORGE

ALFRED LLOYD, Esq., and WILLIAM ROBSON, Esq., havo given tho notice required by Jaw, that thoy

aro candidates for tho office of Director.

HOME VISITING and RELIEF SOCIETY.-Tho

ANNUAL MEETING will be hold THIS

(WEDNESDAY) EVENING, tho 26th instaurât 7 o'clock, at tho Schoolhouse, Castlereagh-streot. riS'.Ex collonoy tho Right Honorablo Sir JOHN YOUNG, Bart., K.C.B., will preside.

Tho Honorablo Gcorgo Allen, M.L.C., the Rev. Mr. Moreton, Rov. MI. N, Woolfroy, S. A. Joseph, Esii.. M.L.A., W. B. Dalley, Esq., and ether gentlomen will address tho meeting.

Tho object of tho société is to afford roliof to parsons moro particularly to those of tho "EDUCATED CLASS" -who have been in better circumstances, and to aid thom in their efforts to gain tiioir own subsistonco.

H. G. DOUGLASS, ) Honorary

GEORGE F. AVISE, J Secretarle*.

ORUYA SILVER .MINING COMPANY. NOTICE is hereby given, that the sixth half-yearly Gent ral MEETING of tho shareholders of this Company will bo held in tho Chamber of Commerce, at tho Exchange, Bridgo-stroet, on MONDAY, tho 31st day of July next, at 3 o'clock in the oftornoon. to rcceivo tho report of tho Directors for the half-year ending 30th instant, to elect a Direclor, in tho phco of ono director retiring by ballot, and on Auditor ; and to transact Btioh other business as may be brought before the meeting. By ordor of the Board.

J. H. MILLER, Secretary. >. No. 5, Exchange, Sydnoy, June 20th, 1865. -

OUNG MEN'S PRESBYTERIAN INSTITUTE. -Tho nsual Fortnightly MEETING of tho above Apsooialion will bo held in tho Freo Church, Macquarie- ¡ street, THIS EVENING, Wodncsday, tho 26th insUnt, at 8 o'clock. Subject of E«say-"On tho Origin of Lin gnages and Alphabetic Writing."

_C. G. REID, ActiHg Hon. Secretary.

mHE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION X COMPANY.-NOTICE is hereby given, that a Half yearly General MEETING of Proprietors of tho nbovo compsny will bo held at their ofllco, Sussox-stroot, Sydney, on MONDAY, tho 31st of July, at 3 o'clock p.m , for tho purpose of receiving tho Roport of tho Directors for tho halt-year ending 30th-June, 1865; of oloeting a Director in tho room of W. H. Eldred, Esq., who retires by rota- tion, but is eligible for re-election; also, for tho election of two Auditors in the room of F. Mitchell and J. Milson, Esas., who nie eligible for re-oleotion; and of considering and determining such other business as may ho brought before the meeting, in accordance with tho Deod of Settle-

ment.

Candidates for the ofllco of Director aro required to give" notice, in writing, to tho Board, at least fourteen ;days .before tho dav of election. . , . » Is»'.

¡ " SAMUEL CLARK, Manager. Sjdnoy, 3rd July, 1865. »

W. II. ELDRED, Esq., has given tho requisito notico of hi* being a candidate for tho office of director, in terms of the Company's Deed of Settlement.

MUDBANK AND COOK'S RIVER PARISH

ROAD.-Wheiens a petition, purporting to bo signed by the proprietors of tho land through which tho Parish Road known as the Mudbank and Cook's River Road, leading from Sydney to Mudbank and Cook's River, passes, and the pioprietors of lands within three (3) miles of, and usually nppioached by, the said road, has been pre- sented to us, the undersigned Magistrates in Petty Sessions assembled, at the Central Police Office, in tho city of Sydney, in the district thiough which tho said road passes, requesting a public meeting for tho purpose of submitting to the cousidciation of tho said proprietors whother thoy, the said proprietors, deem it oxpodiont or not trustees should bo appointed for such parish road : Now w») tho said Justices, do, thercforo, by virtuo ot tho authoritv given us, hereby conveno a Public MEETING of aîltïio Proprietoi s of the Baid lands to bo held at tho Central Police Office, George-street, Sjdnoy, at 11 o'clock a.m, on SATURDAY, the 26th day of August, 1863, for the purposo of submitting to their consideration whether or not Trustees should bo appointed nndor tho provisions of the Act 4th Victoria, No. 12. and wa appoint JOHN SUTHERLAND, Esq., Justice of tho Peace, and Messrs. J. WALLER and J. WILLIAMSON, to act as Asaossora *t the said mooting.

Givta under our hands, nt the Central Police Ofii-e, Sydnoy, this 25tli dav of July, 1865.

, EDWARD RAPER, J.P.

MICHAEL CHAPMAN, J.P.

___^_JAMES MURPHY, J.P.

MASONIC.-Monthly Convocation of Mark Masters,

Lodge 25, E.C., at the Hull, THIS EVENING,

at 7 o'clock.

___MOSS ISRAEL, W.M.

MASONIC^-Lodgo St. Andrew, No. 358, S. C

Emergency MEETING, This Evening at 7 o'clock. SURRY HILLS YOUNG MEN'S MUTUAL IM T. ÍA£XÍl¥BNT SOCIETY.-The third Annual

iEA MEETING in connection with the ahovo will tako El^ril *!h2 Wcsleyan Schoolhouse, Botany. Btreot, on MONDAY, 31st instant. Tickets, Is. 6d. each, for which early application is necessary, may bo had at tho Weslcyon Book Depot; from Mr» Abbott, South Head Road ; of ¡my

of «1* »«saber». ' J

PERSONS ADVERTISED FOR.

A HANDSOME REWARD will be given to any per-

son who can furnish such information as will dis- cover the fate of ROGER CHARLES TICHBORNE. He sailed from the port of Rio Janeiro on the 20th of April, 1854, in the ship La Bella, and has never been heard of since, but a report reached England to the effect that a portion of the crew and passengers of a vessel of that name was picked up by a vessel bound to Australia—Melbourne it is believed—it is not known whether the said ROGER CHARLES TICHBORNE was amongst tho drowned or saved. He would at the present time be about thirty-two years of age, is of a delicate constitution, rather tall, with very light brown hair and blue eyes. Mr. Tichborne is the son of Sir. James Tichborne, Bart., now deceased, and is heir to all his estates. Tho advertiser is instructed to state that a MOST LIBERAL REWARD will be given for any in- formation that may definitely point out his fate. Gentle- men in a position to refer to snipping reports may be able to find some record of tho saving of the shipwrecked persons from La Bella, and a very careful search, if with a success- ful result, will amply repay any one who will take the trouble to investigate the matter. All replies to be ad-

dressed to Mr. ARTHUR CUBITT, Missing Friends

Office, Bridge-street, Sydney, New South Wales.    

CATHERINE MADIGAN, of Loughill, County

Limerick, Ireland, wants to find JOHN, WILLIAM, and ELIZA COLLIS, children of James Collis, of same place. Please address her, care of Mrs. John Russell,   Doreton-street, Soldiers Hill, Ballarat, Victoria._ 1~F THIS SHOULD meet tho oyo of EDMUND

NOLAN, from Castlo Island. County Kerry, Ireland, he is requested to write to his SISTER LIZZIE, who has arrived in the colony, nnd is at Mrs. MOORE'S, Yass.

AMES HURST, ploaso coll on Messrs. JOHNSON

and JOHNSON, 166, Pitt-street, Sydney._ JOHN TAYLOR, your nephew, WILLIAM MILLS,

wishes to hear from you. Addrces Mrs. HARDLY, 6, Brown Bear-lane,

1SS JANE EDMONDSON, send your address to

me at pneo. G. WALLACE, Post Office.

M

PRETYM AN.-Information is-wanted respecting Mr.

LUKE PRETYMAN ; last heard of in Sydney thrio years since. It is supposed ho is at some of the gold diggings. If dead, the advertiser would bo glad to have any information that can bo given. Address Mr. JOHN BURRUP, 12, Royal Exchange, London._

ÜNÍCIPTLTTY OF MARRICKVILLE.-To Electors.-Notice is hereby given that a MEETING of tho Electors of this Municipality will bo held at the Council Chambers, Addison Road, at noon on FRIDAY, 28th July, 1866, for the purpose of nominating and electing a Councillor in tho room of Mr. Alfred Almond, resigned ; and tor tho purpose of nominating and electing an Auditor in the room of Mr. G. KiIm¡R.stcr,'aIso resigned.

By order of thcRehirning-Offieer,

GEORGE PILE, jun., Council Cleik. Council Chambers, Marrickville, 20th July, 1865.

IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE.-MEETING, THIS

EVENING, at tho Central Rooms, King-street,

.it 8 i/cJock.

P. T. GROGAN, Honorary Secretary.

S^Î-rSTRY'S, WAVERLEY.-On THURSDAY, tho

27th irstant, a General MEETING of the Parishoners will be hold in St. Mary's Schoolroom, at 7 o'dock p.m., when a deputation from St. Andrew's Cathodral Committee will nddrcrS the meeting relativo to tho best means of aid- ing the efforts now being mudo for the completion of tho

Cathedral.

ROBERT W. NEWMAN, )

WILLIAM BARKER, Churchwardens.

_A. MACKENZIE,_)_

LIFE AND DEATH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN -

By sprcial request, a LECTURE will be delivered

on fhc above subject in the

Piineo of Wales Theatre,

on FRIDAY noxt, 28th instant,

by tho

Rev. JOHN GRAHAM,

tile proceeds of which will be devoted to assist the funds of the Svdney Female Refuge.

" HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR

has kindly consonted to take tho chair at half-past 7

o'clock.

Tickets for tho dross cir»lo 3s.' each, can bo obtained at Elvy and Co.'s. Tickots for the parquette, 2s. ; pit, Is. ; upper gallery, Is., at Reading and Wdlbank's. Free tickets tor tho platform can be obtained by dergymen on application to Reading and Wellbank, George-street.

"ÛBLIC LECTURE in aid of tho Funds of the

TEMPERANCE HALL.-At the solicitation of the Committee of the "Now South Walos'AUiance for the

Suppression of Intemperance, and for the Social, Moral, and Intellectual Elevation of the People," GEOFFREY EAGAR, Esq., M.P., has kindly consented to givo a Leetuie in tho Temperance Hall, Pitt-street, for the above object, on TUESDAY next, August 1st. Subject-" Life in its intcllcctunl aspect." B. Mountcastlo in tho chair. Admission-Front scats, Is ; back ditto, 6d. Chair taken at S o'clock.

«No. 65-16. > Town Clerk's Office, Sydnoy,

2dth Juno, 1865.

DRIVERS' AND CONDUCTORS' LICENSES

SUSPENDED.-Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with the provisions of the Hackney Carriage and Omnibus Bye-Laws, the Licenses of the undermen- tioned persons have been suspended for the periods attached   to their names, viz. :-Omnibus Drivers: Burton Powell, one month ; Daniel Gleeson, three weeks; John Halliday, two wecke ; Thomas Fleming, three weeks ; Jesse Towns-

end, three weeks; John Harris, two weoks ; Michael How aid, one week; William Goodin, onoweek. Omnibus

Conductor Jeremiah Truv. ono month.

I CHARLES ii. WOOLCOTT, Town Clerk.

Q;r.' ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.-The undorsigned Í3 leqncbts that the holders of Collecting CARDS, or others who have obtained subscriptions, will favour him with the naiticulars on or before WEDNESDAY nott, to on-, able him to nd\ertiso fhe hame in the daily newspapers, j_¡_M. METCALFE, Honorary Secretary.

STEAM nar. ENGINE.-The Slomii Firo Engino foi

the Sjdney Volunto1« Fiif Coinpiny No. 2 having arrived per Earl Dalhousie, the members of tho Company will wait upon tlio citizen* with subscription lists, for the pulpare of dennying ^ucifee* and balance of purchase

money due upon the Engine. JOHN M. WRIGHT,. Hon.l Secretary. Engine Cumniittea, Eng'm'o Station, Circular Qua)-. . , , ¡

O OUR CONSTITUENTS.-It is with tho most

; painful regret we have to advise the total dostiuotion hy lire, on the night of the 20th instant, if our largo.waro houses and siock of mercliaiidi-û in York-streot.,

Wa beg, bou over, to iutuimto that the proprietor of a> large Mote, in the inm'iediate viciuity of our late premises,

has kindly placed it at oin disposal; wo aro, theroforo,j enabled to make immediate arrangements for the conduct and continuance of our business as heretofore. '

?> We trust this disticssing occurrence will not interfere to prevent us from icceivingyour usual support.

. Business will bo resumed in the new Stores, Barrack stiocf, opposite our late pi omises, on MONDAY, the 2 Ith instant. JOHN FRAZER and CO.

Sydney, 2Ut July, 186-5.

OTICE.-Somo of our VOUCHERS having been

, mislaid or burnt during tho disastrous fire, on the night of the 20th instant, all person« having open AC- COUNTS against us will please render Duplicates, without delny, in order to enable us to mako np our claim against tho Insumncc Companies.

! ! JOHN FRAZER mid CO., B.imiek-street. Sjduey, 22nd July, 1S65.

CAUTION to Clergymen of all denominations against

MARRYING a FEMALE, about 17 yoirs of age. Nomo J. A. Said female having left her guardians' homo for the purpose of mai tying.

I WILL not bo responsible tor any DEBTS contracted

hy my Wife ELIZA KERR (maiden name EI12» Jano Boulster), she having loit me without any cause. JOHN KERB, Wnshington-stioet.

M

ON EY to LEND, on moitgngo, at current rates.

T S. HARWOOD, Ultimo, _

TO LEND, on 11101 tgage, soveral SUMS. STEN

HOUSr. and HARDY, Huntor-street.

Y?1 HA A TO ADVANCE, in small sums. Apply to ¿fcJLUUU S. ASHLIN, 141, Pitt-street.

X^^AA10 LEND on mortgage, at 8 por cent. XJOOW C. H. ROOKE, 324, George-street.

W CHATFIELD, Stock and Sharo Broker,

. REMOVED to 882, GcDrge-street. '

Bank shan»

Insurance ditto Steam ditto

Mining ditto

_Debentures, &e., far SALE.

OOD DIVIDENDS.-Mr. EDWARD DAUNT, of

35, Queen-street, Melbourne, has on SALE the best gold-niiningSHARESintue Ballarat, Bendigo, Tarran- gower, and Woods Point Districts, paying regular and per- manent dividends fortnightly and monthly, ot 30 up to 70 per cent, per annum, and which aro perfectly safe and secure

investments.

Also, chares at very low prices, in progressing mines of kona fide character, j»st about to p»y dividends, with every |robabüity of the shares increasing in value four to five MBàrod per cent, in a few mo&Ui*.

A list of ufe investniejii* Jorwardaa gratia, «m awlica

PRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE.

, ' Managor, Mr. C. W. Barry.

LAST NIGHT BUT TIIREE of tho

ORIGINAL CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS.

THIS EVENING, July 26,

All the Great Novolties.

THE GHOST ! THE GHOST ! !

THE ITINERANTS.

ZAMFILLAER06TATION,

or the

LEAP FOR LIFE.

To conclude with the

ITALIAN OPERA.

MID-DAY PERFORMANCE on

SATURDAY, July 29th.

Seats may bo secured of Elvy and Co.

YSTER'S ROYAL ITALIAN AND ENGLISH

OPERA COMPANY.

Director and Sole Proprietor.Mr. W. S. Lyster.

Vnder the Patronage of his Excellency tho Right

Honorable

Sir JOHN YOUNG, Bart, K.C.B., G.C.M.G..

and LADY YOUNG.

Conductor ,.Mr. George Loder.

GRAND EXTRA SEASON

FOR TWELVE NIGHTS ONLY.

Th» director has the honour to announce that he haB nado arrangements for an extra season of twelve nights previous to the departure of his Company for Victoria and tho neighbouring colonies. The performance changed every evening, and the most popular Operas in the repertoire will

be given.

The director would respectfully assure his patrons that the season cannot be extended beyond the time advertised, as tho Opera Season will commence in Melbourne on MONDAY, August 21st.

MONDAY EVENING, July 31st,

will be given for the only timo Donizetti'« Grand

Opera of

LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR.

After which Rossini's Opera Oomiqae

BARBER OF SEVILLE.

TUESDAY EVENING. August 1st,

will bs given Ch. Gounod's grand opera, ' FAUST.

WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 2nd, 1 , will bo given Weber's grand opera,

OBERON.

Doors open at half-past 7

Overture commence at 8. '

Price of admission.

Dress circle, 6s. ; stalls, 3s. ; pit and upper circlo, 2s. ; fallcry. Is.

Carnages Bet down with horses heads towards Hunter etreet, and take np towards King-street.

SEASON TICKETS,

consisting of twelve separate cards, transferable. £2 10s., can bo obtained at ELVY and CO.'«, Musio Warehouse, George-street.

"PRINCE OF WALES OPERA HOUSE .

Under tho patronage of his Excellency tho Governor Sir

John Young, K.C.B., and tho Right Worshipful the Mayor and Aldermen.

A BENEFIT will take place on next THURSDAY EVENING, July 27th, the proceeds of which will be devoted towards defraying the debt incuned by the Sydney Volunteer Firo Company No. 2, by importing a new Steam Fire Engine.

On this occasion tho different Fire Brigadesand the Now Engine will appear on tho stage, and li. P. WHIT- WORTH, Esq., will read an Address.

_ Tickets may bo obtained at Messrs. Elvy'a Musio Ware- house, or from any member of tho Firo Company.

IT I C T O E I A THEATRE.

Two great Dramas for the Benefit of Mr. C. H. BUR-

FORD.

THIS EVENING, tho performances will commence with

tho drama

RIP VAN WINKLE. To conclude with tho great drama of

MYSTERIES OF PARIS.

On MONDAY next, the original CHRISTY'S MIN- STRELS will appear, prior to their leaving tho colony, in

addition to the DRAMATIC COMPANY._

ROYAL LYCEUM T1IEAÏR E.

TO-NIGHT, for the BENEFIT of the GonemlFuud for tho RESTORATION of ST. MARY'S CATHE- DRAL. The Sensational Drama of THE MISER'S DAUGHTER; PABLO FANQUE on tho TIGHT ROPE ; and the DEAD SHOT.

Dress Ciicle, 2s ; Side Bow, Is ; Pit, (id , Gallery, 3d.

M A R Y' S CATHEDRA L«.

S

The ORPHEONIST SOCIETY'S CONCERT, in aid of tho Restoration Fund will take place at tho MASONIC HALL, on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, August 2.

ADMISSION : Hall, 3s 6d ; Gallon-, 2s 6d. "

Tickets and PROGRAMMES may bo obtained' at all tho places advertised in last Friday's Empire, and of the

members of the St. Mary's general and finance committees, '

t_II. N. MONTAGU, Hon. Secrctaiy. ?

MIADAME SOUIER'S WAXWORK EX1UBI-,

! TION",

; Pitt-strcet (opposite the Victoria Theatre), , A faithful likeness of ?

ABRAHAM LINCOLN, ¡ Lato President of tho United State«, will be found in tho.cnllectiim. ,_

I "J tist added, W

\ G 1 L.B E R T , ,

from n cast ,takeu after, his death and ' presented bj' M Murphy, Esq., oi Binalong;

. Aiunissiou :, Is. ; children, half-price.. .

/GERMAN GLEE CLUB "CONCORDIA."-Ladies

\_X j and Gentlemen are respectiully informed that the

entertainment -TO-NIGHT commences at 8 o'clock pre- cisely. 'O. E. GRAALFS, Hon. Seo.

ÁURAMATTA.-ANCIENT ORDER OF FO-'

. RESTERS, Court Pride of Australia,. No. 2188 will celebrate their NINTH ANNIVERSARY, With a DINNER and BALL, on the 26th of July, at Host P.iy ton's Hotel, Parramatta. Tickets for^the Dinner, -Is. 6d. ;

for tho ¿Ball, 5s. Dinner at 6 o'clock. "Dancing !.> c>:u- . menee n*t"9 p.m.

L MKNSER, CR. -

' , ; . j SAMUEL JONES, Seuel.iry.

ANCING, DEPORTMENT, and CALISTHENICS. Mrs. CHARLES READ'S Clns=es,'at her ro.»i>lonco, Assembly Rooms, William-street. ' '

OBSON'S SWEEP. MELBOURNE CUP, ice, ', 21st August, 1865.-Eighteen i hundred pounds among ninety-four horse*. , Tickets ¿G1 each only, from ^FRANCIS HOBSON, Albion Hotel, ^Ielbonrne,;unti] MONDAY, 11th August._ PHRENOLOGY. -Mr. C. EDWARDS',las

REMOVED froili George-street, to -19, Hunter stioct, between George and Pitt ßtreets. Examinations, with advice in'rogaid to education, choice of profession or trade, from Is." Delineation of character from portraits or hnndwriting (by post), 14 penny stamp». Opon till 9 p.m.

TAMP DUTIES.-NOTICE to MERCHANTS and

others.-The undei signed begs to intimate to mer- chants and othcic tint he intend« holding, at his Ware- house, a weoklj-sale oi all docriptions of meicliandise, foi NET CASH, "and thus save annoyance from the objoction ablo Stnmp Duties on piomissory notes, &c.

No goods will be received for those sales unless for dis- posal without reserve. At least a portion ol all goods offered will positively be sold, and tho auctioneer will use his discretion as to the dispoi-al or withdrawal of tho

remainder.

W. DEAN, Auaioneei, Ato. Titt and O'connell btroele, 18th July.

STAMP ACT.-The undersigned beg to intimate that

in consequence of tho above Act coming into opera- tion on the 1st July, all purchasers, to whom credit shall bo given on or after that date, will be required to pay tho duty imposed by the said Act on Piomissory Notos, Bills, &c. Sydney, June 30th, 1805.

Frederic Lasscttcr James Lovick and Co.

John Keep Rabono, Feez, and Co. J. B. Holdsworth W. S. Friend and Co. Vickory and Hall Richard Reily

E. C. Weekes and Cn. R. Iredale and Co.

IMPOUNDED, at ¿andu ick,~ one hu awbori v"cÔ"\V\

like J. K. oil rump. If uot released will be sold, in accordance with the Imvjoundmg Act of 1865. Impoundod from Waverley 20th instant. D. FENTON, Poundkoepei. NOTICE.-ONE POUND REWÂRD.^AnylicrsOTs

having in their pOBsossion a large SHOE TRUNK, covered with canvas, marked WT in diamond on the top, and at tho end 140 lb., it was directed to the care of Rodd, Brothers, Braidwood. The same was taken from Mr. Thomas Carter's store, Long Crook or the Devil's Hole, Meroo River, now upwards of twolvo months sinoe by a team going to Sjdnoy. The above will be paid to any Ícreon delivering the same to Mr. W. K. TATE, Little

thor, Braidwood ; or at the Phoanix Wharf, Sydney.

NOTICE.-The person who was soeu to tako à Brown

INVERNESS CAPE from N0.159, Pitt-street, on . SATURDAY EVENING )a«0, is wj.i/y>il to return it <o eroM proc^ediii %H._

?J7 1 F 7 E E N BALL -POO L.

THIS, THE LATEST

AND MOST INTERESTING AND EQUALISING

GAME.

FOR PLAYERS OF ANY CALIBRE,

IS NOW IN FULL PLAY,

AT SPENCER'?, PITT-STREET.

DVICE gratis on all difficult questions of title. L T. S. HARWOOD, Ultimo._

ALEXANDER THOMSON (late Haw, Thomson, and

Co.), General Agent and Accountant. 19, Bridge-st. HIMNEY SWEEP, Woolloomooloo.-MORRI80N,

34, Riloy-st. N. Stoves cleaned on the shortest notice. B. BRADLEY (trom Pinhey's), successor to J. P. _Peers. Chemist and Druggist, Newtown.

C1 ARTES DE VISITE.-3 for 5s ; 8 for 10s ; 20 for ¿U

) PICKERING'S, Brickfield-hill, op. Golden Gate.

IX CARTES DE VISITE, 7s 6d; case portraits from ' 2s 6d. MORRIS and BILLING, 251, Pitt-street.

c.

s:

riYWELVE CARTE DE VISITES for 1.5s, six 10s,

X four 7s Cd, two 5s. J. T. GORTJS, 101, King-gt. ?

1ARTES-DE-VIS1TE-3, 5s; 8, 10s; 20, £1; iike / ness and case complete, 2s 6d ; likenesses in brooches, lockets, each, 2s 6d. SCHRODER, 645, Georgo-street, Haymarket, and 328, George-street, near Huntor-strcet.

CORNS, Bunions, Varicose Nails, &c extracted.

Instantaneous relief. Ladies and gentlemen waited upon at their residence. Terms moderato. Address by letter to PEDES, HERALD Office.

D

EGOTARDI'S Sydney Printing House, llobinhood

lane. Cheap Lithographic and Letterpress Printing.

D

R. BKRNCASTLE, Physician, Oculist, and AuriBt. Consultation, 9 to 12, and 3 to4, 229, Maoquurie-st. FUNERALS.-Funerals performed on the most reason-

able terms by Messrs. JOHN HILL and CO., 100, King and Riley streets.

EORGE FOX and CO., Carriers, 479, George-srjflBt.

Branch Offices, Picton and eurith.

C. COOKE, Mourning Jeweller, 231, Pitt-street.

_

H

ORSES and Vehicles lent on lina GIBSON'S Re-

pository, opposite School of Arts, 282, Pitt-street.

J?, NORRIE, Analytical and Manufacturing Chemist,

. 32, Campbell-street, Haymarket.

OHNSON'S cheap BEDDING MANUFACTORY, .

195, Pitt-street North. Palliasses, 16s, 17s, l8».,

OHN G. COHEN, Tobacco Broker and Auctioneer.

.Purchases made and sales effected. Orders promptly attended to. Bank Auction Rooms. George-street.

OHN LOBB, Bootmaker by bpecial anpointment to

H. B. II the Prince of Wales,

2A6, Regent-street, London, and

239, Pitt-street, Sydney. _ AND brought under Torrens' Act. THOMAS S.

HARWOOD, Surveyor, Ultimo.'

| R. E. S. DEANE, Teacher ot Pianoforte, Violin,

Guitar, Concertina, and Singing, 21, CJiarlotto-place.

¡ÜTP. S. SOLOMON, Accountant and Açent, 400,

George-street, opposite Lawrence's Depot.

[ URRAY and SOADY, Auctioneers, General Mer-

chants, Shijrping Agents, &c, Bowon Auction Rooms, Port Donison.

J

MR. FLETCHER, Dentist, beg^ to give notiee that

ho will be absent fi oin Sjdney during the mosths of June and July.

Vjnjard-square

R EDEN, Surgeon-Dentist, l8, Eliz.ibath-street North, from Threadneedle-strcct, London. Artificial teeth inserted, A perfect fit guaranteed with best work- manship, at the lowest possible charge.

R. CANE'S SCHOOL.-The course of instruction

«reprises a sound practical commercial education. Every pupil is, as far as possible, well grounded in Eng- lish, made to write a hand fit for business, and trained to bo quick at accounts. Stanley-street.

EMOVAL.-Madame GRIEULICH, from Palmer

slreet, io Mr. ADGER'S, 313, George-street.

R R

EMOVAL.-Mr. MOON, Surgeon, from Pitt-street,

to 135, Costlereagh-street North, near Hunter-street. ALES and purchases of Wool, Sheep, Cattle, and J Stations cfiectcd. Advances on stations and wool negotiated. ALEXANDER THOMSON, 19, Bridge-st.

YDNEY CARPET GROUNDS.-ARTLETT and

SON, Upholsterers, &c, Rushcutters Bay.

s s T;

iRADESMEN'S ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ; no charge unless recovered. Collector, Pierce, Stonley-st OST, on Saturday last, from 34, Crown-street, Wool

loomooloo, a White Foodie DOG. Any one return- ing the Eame will be rewarded.

LOST, a Black Kangaroo DOG, with blotch brand on"

' the near .shouldor. The finder will be rewarJed. T. and W. BENNETT, 294, George-street.

ÖST, Bank New South Wales DEPOSIT RECEIPT,

No. 6573, for £500; payment stopped. Any person bringing the samo to me will bo rewarded. MARGARET ASHCRAFT, Liverpool.

OST, a diamond-shaped GOLD JUNG, with forsst

nie-not floweis and thistle on each sido engraved on it. TEN SHILLINGS lewaid will be given for its rccovci j-. Mis. FULLER, Regent-st., Kingston, Newtown.

OST, on tho 21th, a Black Newfoundland DOG; the

> r.amo of Williamson on a chain collar ; answers to the name of "Jack." Any one returning him to the

Waterman's Anns, Harrington-street, will be rewarded. '

TRAYED cr STOLEN, fiom 153, Cnmpbeli-stieet, a Mack and Tan TERRIER PUP, name on collar. A handsomo reward if returned, or £5 on conviction of the thief brithioves. Mr. PAYNE, 1-53, Campbell-street.,' , (

STOLEN or Strayed from my premises, Petcrsfcim/ '

Parramatta Road, on or about 8th Juno last, a'dark* Bay HORSE, aged; branded on near shoulder JN, small ^ Btnr ojn forehead, switch tail, a^out 15 hands high. Any'

per«on bringing the samo to my house, or giving information . ,twhciehemay be found, will receive £1 reward ; 'if stolen, '

£5 upon conviction of the thief. , '

' THOMAS VTEEDON.', . Petersham, 25th July. - ' ' , '

.C1TOLEN from Bjy p]aci¡i ut Greenwieh,-Noith Shore, on k5 the 24th July instant, the rfollowing goods.-A JMKMORANDUM BOOK, containing a Deposit Receipt ol the Commercial Banking Company for £1600 and odd ?with interest ;*a Promissory Note, made bj* Mr. Cory in !my faveur unendorsed, for £32, . payable ¿three months, and dated about 20lh -Juno, 1865) .> payable at the English Scottish and Australian Chartered*Bank, Sydnoy, a silver Watch and Key; the Title Deeds of Kerry Lodge, ElLsa beth-stioet, Sydney; also of "Erin's Green Isle," P.irra mattrç-stroet; also of Junction-street property; also of Greenwich, North Shore; also of house oud premises, at Bidmain ; somo gold Earrings, and several other things'; and all pensons aro hereby caufioned against receiving or negotiating the above.

< ? WILLIAM O'SULLIVAN. Dated this 25th day of 3 lily 18G5.

SMALL Brindle Poloy COW, no brand, and calf, nine lCV

months old, with headstall on. Ten {shillings reward Mill be given if strayed; £2 if stolen. GEORGE

STIFFE, Botany. , ' -; g FOUND, a young Terrier. Tho owner can have him by

paying expenses. S. GATTENHOF, Potts' Point

{}-t REWARD for information as to the whereabouts of Jji. a CATTLE DOG. answering to the nomo of " Bessey." Hair off her back. Mrs. HEATHCOTE, No.

6, Prince-street, Church-hiU. ' SCOTT'S AUSTRALIAN LEPIDOPTERA.-Sub

BcrileiB to the above are informed that l'art 3 is ready for delivery. A few extra copies of each part have also been received, and may bo had on application to the under-, signed. Price of each parr, 21s. READING and WELLBANK, 356, George-street.

PIANOS, new and second hand, SALE or HIRE. T.

FRITH, CevcnyVbuildings, Market-st., Tuning, &c.

CHEAP PIANOFORTES.-Sevoral suitable for "ttl

schoolroom, from £12. HURFORD and CO., Pionoforto Makers, Castlorcagh-street, between King and

Maiket streets.

EPAIRING and Turing ot Pianofortes^Instru

ments thoroughly repaired and carefully toned ; a second-hand Harmonium cheap. "IV. KING, Pianoforte Mnkci, Moit's-buildings, Pitt-street. _ PIANOFORTES, by all tho acknowledged good makers,

at prices that defy competition.

HARMONIUMS. - Tho largest stock in Sydney, in

every varioty to select from.

MUSIC-Lablaeho's Solfeggi. SONGS.-Gentle Words,

Barney O'Hea, Kathleen Mavourneen, Every cloud ia lined .with silver, Oh ! wilt thou bo my bride, Kath- leen; Maggio's secret. Bridge, Too late. DANCE MUSIC-Curo LANCERS.-No,v York QÜAD - , RILLE 3.-Mariana and Faust. WALTZES.-Kutra

vaganut Roulotte, Joyeuso GALOPS, to., &c

L, MOSS, Hunter-street, and New Pit«* rtreet. __

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