FOB SAN FRANCISCO und EUROPE. - Ino
Californian, Now Zealand, and Australian Lino of »til Steam Packots, under r-ontract with tho Now ¿on land Government, for a Monthly Mail Sorvioo. Loavoa Sydney in March vi» Auckland and Honolulu. Carnea an experienced Surgeon. A good table and Buporior accom- modation can ho relied on. _ .
Saloon puBBDngere will bo provided with ovory requisito, wineB and spirits oxtra. Bedding, &c, is not provided in «ccond cabin. " . . . "
Parties proceeding to tho U. S, of Amen« or Europo, rtould nvoil themselves of this line, which hus ad- vantages over all otherp, having calm Boas, and avoiding lho disagreeable» of a long sea voyage, tho wholo journey jmay bo considered a pleasure trip.
Early application should bo made to seeuro borths, many
Jbcing already disjmsed of.
Apply toll. H. HALL, U.S. ConBul, 21, Bndgo «trcet, MnnGger._
HE AUSTRALASIAN STKAM NAVIGATION
TO MELBOURNE.-Wonga Wonga. Wednesday after.
noon, at 4.30. Fares : Saloon, £ o ; return, £8 5s. Cabin, £3 ; return, £5 10s. Steerage, £1 10*.
TO AUCKLAND.-City of Molbourno, on or about
TO HUNTER RIVER.-Coll woy, this morning, Mon-
day, at 7 ; and Coonanbara, to-morrow night, Tuesday, at 11. ...
IO CLARENCE TOWN. - Collaroy, this morning,
Monday, at 7. Goods for Martin's Wharf, Millor's Forest, forwarded per Coonanban, on Friday night.
TO BRISBANE.-City of Brisbane, to-morrow aftor
neon, Tuesday, at ó; and Florence Irving, Saturday nftirnccn, at'2 30.
TO MARYBOROUGH,-Havilah, to-morrow nftornoon,
Tupfdnv, at ô.
TO ROCKHAMPTON.-James Paterson, this afternoon,
Monday, at f>.
TO BROAD SOUND and Pioneer River.-Jumos Pator
Fon will take cargo to bo transhipped at Rockhampton
TO CLEVELAND BAY, via Ghdston« and Port Deni
son.-Boomerang, on or «bout Thursday afternoon,
FROM BRISBANE TO ROCKHAMPTON, calling at
Marjborough and Gladstone.-Steamer twice a wcok.
(largo is now being received for transmission to any of
tho abovo ports.
NO CARGO received for the Sfeamors going to Mel- bourne m Queensland after 3 p.m. on their day of sailing.
FilEDIC. H. TROUTON, Manager. A. S. N. Compnny'ß Wharf, Sussex-street.
HE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION
REDUCTION OF FARES.
THE PUBLIC aro informed that ft general reduction in tho BCftlo of oharges has been made on all tho Company's lines, ¡particulars of which may bo had on application at tho Comp ny's Offices, Sydney, and al the sovonil agonciea.
FRED'K. H. TROUTON, Managor. A. S. N. Co.'s Whatf, Sussex-street._
HR. N. S. N. CO.-STEAM to tho HUNTER.
. THIS (MONDAY) NIGHT, at 11, tho CITY
On WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 11, tho MORPETH. GoodB received for Millor's Forest THIS DAY.
F. J. THOMAS, Managor. Offirea- foot of Market-street.
AND N. E. S. N. COMPANY'S STEAMSHIP . HELEN MACGREGOR, for GRAFTON (via Newcaotlo), THIS DAY, at 8 p.m. C. WISEMAN,
Manager. Offices, Commercial Wharf.
CAND R. R. S. N. CO.'S STEAMSHIPS.-For
. the MANNING RIVER direct, the FIRE KING, THIS DAY, at 1 o'clock.
No cargo received after 12 o'clock.
For GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER, via NEW- CASTLE, tho GRAFTON, TO-NIGHT, at 9 o'clock.
_WM. WILLIAMS, Soorotary.
STEAM TO THE RICHMOND RIVER.-Reduction
of Fares.-In consequenco of tho usual half-yoarly .urvey, the WAIMEA, Captain Turner, will notloavo for the Richmond River until WEDNESDAY noxt.
Cabin ..£310s Rotura cabin .. £3 10s Steerage .. £2 0s Roturastoorago.. £3 10s Cargo now being received at tho Commercial Wharf, .Freight and puntage payable in Sydney.
_JOHN E. MANNING.
STEAM TO NKW ZEALAND, calling at allports.
%U1 bo dispatched from MELBOURNE on the 24th instant, via Bluff.
Through tickota to and from all Now Zoaland ports lemicd by tho undersigned.
For ralcB of passage, freight, and any information,
apply to J _JOSEPH WARD and CO., 3, Bridge-street.
REDUCED FARES AND FREIGHTS TO
The S.S. BLACKBIRD, 600 tons,
< . HarloY, commander,
(under contract with the Queensland Government,)
.will sail from the GRAFTON WHARF on arrival of English Mai), about
THURSDAY, tho 20th January,
ROCKHAMPTON MACKAY BOWEN
TOWNSVILLE, And CARDWELL,
, carrying goods and passengers at reduced freights and fares.
Tho BLACKBIRD'S saloon is on dook, and amidship ; her staterooms aro tho largest and airiest, and her whole passenger accommodations, both foro and aft, tho most Comfortable of any steamer on the coast. '
For rates apply to DUGALD LITTLE ; or to JOSEPH WARD and CO., 3, Bridgo-street.
N.B.-Goods for shipment now received at tho Grafton Wharf freo of wharfage.
TEAM TO MELBOURNE. REGULAR WEEKLY COMMUNICATION,
YOU YANGS and DANDENONG, Which win bo dispatched tis follow«:
THURSDAY, January 27th, at noon,
calling at EDEN,
Irom Strath's (lato Q. S. N. Co 's) Whirf, with pjwsengcra
and cargo. Freight at lowest outrent rates.
The saloon is amidships.
Fares-£1 ; return tickets, £G 10<i.
Rotura tickets available for two moutlw.
, The attention of seeond-cla's passengers is direoiod to the accommodation provided in the nbovo voseóla, with «*c oped cabins for females and families.
T ,," Fare-30«.
W. HOAVARD SMITH, Agent, Struth'a Wharf.
ftTBni!^wT,AJ£.13A:B/1' TOWN.-Steamship CITY ítá-u-ü<L,H.0BiAK1> from Grafton Wharf, on MON-
DAY, 24th inBtant, at 4 p.m.
_ WILLIS, MERRY, nnd LLOYD.
MANLY BEACH STEAMERS, THIS DAY, loavo
Queen's Wharf, 10.1S, 2.15, 4.30, G.lfi Woolloomooloo, 10.30, 2.30
Manly Bench, 8.1Ö, 12, 3.30,5.10.
Faros-Is eaeh way j children, 6d ; monthly tickets, 20s. A return ticket issued for tho 4.30 trip from Svdney, und 6.1G from Manly, for 1B, avmlablo for this trip only.
FOR SALE. - The favourite clipper brig PAKEHA, 170 tons register, is well found and in thorough order. A most profitable vessel for the inter colonial or foreign trade. For all particulars apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's-chambers.
ILLAWARRA S. N. CO.'S STEAMERS TO
WOLLONGONG.-Klnma, TO-NIGHT, at 11. KIAMA.-Kio.ina, 'I O-NIGHT. at li._
ULLADULLA.-Kembla, TO-MOHROW, «t mon.
CLYDE RIVER.-Kembla, TO-MORROW, at noon,
8H0ALHAVEN.-Ki.itna, TO-MORROW, at li pro. MERIMBULA.-Hunter, WEDNESDAY, at 9 a.m.
MORUYA.-Kiama, FRIDAY, 28th instant.__
¡0 PASSENGERS FOR LONDOM.-Goorgo
Murehall nnd Sons' splendid frignto-buUt.sliip
F. J. Sotbam, commander, will flail positively OB MON- DAY, 24th instant, and ha« still throo cabinB disong igod.
For terms of passage, apply to Iho Captain, on board ; or to Mcfsrs. DANGAR, DANGAR, and CO._
BERDEEN CLIPPER LINE.-For LONOON.
For Papsongors only. Tho wnll-known favnurito »hip MAID OF JUDAH, 065 tans register. Henry Ayling, commander, having tho wholoof hor doad-woi^ht und the greater portion of her wool down, will sail on tho
25th instant. ,
This vessel has at all times boon a favourite with pas-
Apply on board, nt Circular Quay, or to
PP y MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO.
0 PASSENGERS for LONDON.-ABERDEEN
CLIPPER LINE.-Tho now Al ship PATRIARCH, 1401 tons register, now on her first voyage, commanded by Captain George II, Pilo, late of the Strathdon, so favourably known for many years in this trade, offers unrivalled saloon accommodation both as to ventilation, elegance, and comfort. Will sail on 3lst March, 1870. Plans of cabinB can bo inspected at tho office
of the undersigned.
MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO., 40, O'Connoll strcet,_ mo PASSENGERS FOR LONDON.-Tho clipper X ship PARISIAN, 749 tons register,- Sullivan, lato
of tho Feronia, commander.
Saloon. *4fl Second cabin . 25 Apply to Captain SULLIVAN ; or
YOUNG and LARK ;
WILLIS, MERRY, and LLOYD.
OR LONDON, to SAIL 21ST FEBRUARY.
Clipper ship UNDERLEY, now on second voyage, A Al Lloyd'», Edward Tidmarsh, commander.
First Voyage, 73 days to Melbourne, This Voyage, 78 day* to Sydney.
First-class saloon, each cabin fitted with drawers, wash Btond, sleeping berths, and sofa.
For passage or freight, apply to
YOUNG and LARK,
WILLIS, MERRY, and LLOYD.
Wool received Flood's Stores. _
OR LONDON direct,-Tho Urst-olasB dipper ship
CITY OF SYDNEY, 1184 tons register, E. A. Anker, commander, will sailabont 20th January. Intending f assengers aro requested to inspect her spacious cabinB.
Wool received at Talbot'« Stores.
For freight and passago apply to Captain ANKER, on board, Circular Quay ; or to LEARMONTH, DICKIN
SON, and CO.
lügt* Will take second-class passengers._ TTuTPASSENGERS for LONDON.-The PARK.A X MATTA, J. B. Swanson, cornmandor, will sail on SATURDAY- 6tU February, 18/0, ._»...,
For terms of pasfago-first, eocond, ana third cíaos apply on board ; or to
GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., Agenta,
M O li LONDON.
Ship GLENDOWER, 1102 tons, I Janus Brinfden, commander, will havo quick dispatch, j
Wool received at Talbot's Stores.
For freight or passago apply on board, nt Circular Quay; to
JOHN FRAZER and CO. ;
_or to SCOTT, HENDERSON, nnd CO.
IjAOR SAN FRANCISCO.-Tho Al Amuncan clipper
: ship GUIDING STAR, 1600 tons, J. S. Emory, commander, has very superior accommodation for four cabin passengers and a few intermediate. Will bo disp itchoil on tho 17th inRtant. Immediate application is necossiry to
_H. H. HALL, U. S. Consul, 21, Bridge-street.
O PASSENGERS FOR SAN FRANCISCO diroo't!
-Clipper Bhip SAM CEARNS, 1422 tons register, Frcdeiick Williams, commander, will SAIL from New- castle, on or about MONDAY, 7th February.
Saloon. £35 Second cabin ,,.,,, 25
Steerage . 13
WILLIS, MERRY, and LLOYD.
ONLY VESSEL for HONGKONG.-r^fTho Al
clipper ship MARQUIS OF ARGYLE, 1000 tons, W. M'Kcon, commander, being under charter, will bo quickly dispatched. For freight, paBsago, and all particu- lars apply on board ; or, to
. LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO,, Lloyd's-chambora.
N.B.-This vessel's accommodation for Chineso passen- gers is unrivalled.
OR HONGKONG.-Tho clipper barque AGNES
BANFIELD, 750 tons burlhon, Cnptain Bastian commanding, now loading at Lamb's Wharf, will sail on WEDNESDAY, the 19th instant.
' For passage and light freight only, apply to JOHN BLACK and CO., 14. Spring-street.
OR SHANGHAI. - The French clippor barqua
OZANAM, D. Rollier, commander, being under charter, will have immediato dispatch. For freight or pnssngo apply to M'DONALD, SMITH, and CO., Hunter
IKST VESSEL for FIJI direct.-r^y The clipper
schooner MAAFU, 100 tons, J. Penbous, master, receiving cargo at Campbell's Wharf, and will sail in a few days.
For freight and passage apply to Messrs. SMITH, BROTHERS, and CO., Macquarie-place ; or C. M. DEANE, 32, Bridge-street._ FOR O VAL AU, FIJI, and other SOUTH SEA
ISLANDS. - tjgp The favorite clipper schooner JASON will bo quickly dispatched. For freight, passage, and all particulars npplv to
LAIDLEY, IRELAND and CO.,
FOR OVALAU, FIJI ISLANDS.-Tha clipper
schooner MARION RENNY, ia now receiving cargo at the Commercial Wharf, and will sail on tho 20th
For freight or passage apply lo RABONE, FEEZ, and
IRCULAR SAW LINE OF SAILING PACKETS.
-For AUCKLAND and other Now Zealand Ports. KATE, Captain Cooper, TO-MORROW, 18th January. NOVELTY, Captain Nearing, 1st February.
ALICE CAMERON, Captain Carter, 16th February.
The Kato iBnow faBt loading, and will be positively dis- patched on the above date, full or not full.
For freight or possède npply on board, at the Patent Slip
Wharf ; orto LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's
? N.B. Goods receivod for this line FREE OF WHARF-
NLY VESSEL for DUNEDIN-nSTThe clipper
schooner THOMAS AND HENRY will boitia patchod early should sufficient inducement offer.
For freight or passage apply to
LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's-chambers.
NLY VESSEL for MARYBOROUGH.-S2Ç" Tho
barque CITY' OF MELBOURNE wilfbo dis- patched this week.
For freight or passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND,
OR BRISBANE WHARF. - rgr Tho clippeï
schooner SARAH NICOLL, L. Tulloch, master, now fast loading at Roddam's Wharf, will sail on WED. NESDAY next, 10th instant.
Apply to G. and B. NICOLL, Eiv>kino-street ; or
_JAMES THORNE, Exchango, corner.
NLY VESSEL FOR PORT MACKAY AND
Tho clipper schooner YOUNG AUSTRALIAN, now loading at the Grafton Wharf, will bo dispatched on tho
For freight or passage apply to
JOHN FRAZER and CO.,
FIRST VESSEL FOR ROCKHAMPTON.
rfêT The clipp.r brigantine MYSTERY is now loading, and, having a largo portion of her cargo ongaged, will be dñ-pntched from tho Patent Slip Wharf positively TO-MORROW or WEDNESDAY.
For freight, ire, npply to PARBURY, BROTHERS ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's
N.H.-Goods received FREE OF WHARFAGE.
OR ROCKHAMPTON direct.-r?^" Tho Al now
clipper brigantine ISABELLE, W. Dredge, manor, is now fast Inadiug nt Roddam's Wharf, and will have immediate dispatch.
r..TAJ:'&J,° W- SPEER, Erskine-street ; or JAMES
1J10R.NE, Exchango Corner.
ONLY VESSEL FOR BROADSOUND AND PORT n.ï, , M'KAY.-ß5J5"Tho favourite regular trader COLLEEN BAWN, II. Pollard, commander, now hourly expected, will be dispatched seven days atter arrival,
i ri°Ti£ieVi'-rXMS-?6e« ,md n11 particulars apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's-ohambers:
ÏWA?v "ïy^R-r-Kohoonor PANIC, first fair wiud.
. COX und CO., Baltic Wharf,
OR MORPETH.-The WONGINDEBA, TO-MOR 1^ ROW (TufBday). James Thorne, Exchange-oorner.
AUBUCCiiA 1<IVKR.-Th,. FLA 1NG FISH Thi
E vening. O'DOUD and CO.. O mmorcml Wharf. g ïElUUNGUMi.-AUJiNOtUA, THlS DAY, at i \JI p.m , from died .nitn Wharf. S. Nutter, agent
HIP CITY OF MANCHESTER.-All ACCOUNTS
or CLAIMS against abovonamod vessol mu»t bo ron- den d in duplicate by noon «n MONDAY, 17th in
Etant, to CAIRD, PATERSON, and CO.,' ,
ARQUE ANNA, Jrom Sun Francisco.-C iptain
MAINS will /iot bo responsiblo for any DEBTö contrseted by his crow without his written authority.
GEORGE A. LLOYD and CO., Agents, 332, George Bin ct._ SHIP CANAAN, from London. - C0MSIGXBE3
by this vessel will obligo by pixsing ENTRIES in mediately for Circular Quay. All goods impeding the disihargo will bo landed and bonded by tho Captain, at the consignees' risk and expense._
J. R. CATTELL and CO., Agonfa.
Captain WILSON will not bo responsible for any DEBTS contracted by the crow, without his written authority._
~5 ïî s Ä L B,
The tchooner MAID OF ERIN. 72 tons register Ditto ditto NORTHERN LIGHT, 89 ditUj-ditto Ditto ditto WATERMAN 114 ditto ditto Ditto brigBntine MARY, 149 ditto ditto.
These fino VCPBOIS aro noarly new, in first-class order, and mitablo for any trade.
For further particulars apply ti
_ J. C. ELLIS, Newcastle.
OR SALE, FREIGHT, or CHARTER.-C®" Ths
favourite clipper barque CRISHNA, well lound, and having lately undergono a thorough overhaul, is open for SALE, or CHARTER to any part of tho world.
All particulars can bo had on application to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's-chambers.
N.B.-This vessel is admirably suitod for a whalor.
FOR SALE, tbo flarquo CAMILLA, 261 tonB re-
gister ; is well found, and in first-rate order. For particulars apply to
r v R. TOWNS and CO.
OR Freight or Charter, the schooner Haunah. Broom-
field. Broomliold and Whitaker, Albion Wharf.
BARTERS to BOMBAY, CALCUTTA, and
SHANGHAI. WILLIS, MERRY, and LLOYD.
ANTED, a VESSEL to take about 30 toni freight
to Morpeth. Miller and Harrison, Albion Wharf.
NOTICE is hereby given, I hat tho oightli Ilalf-ycarlj. EETIN G of the Shareholders will bo held at the Uoin MALL STEAMERS and STEAM LAUNCHES.
23 feet long, to seat 8 persons, from £115
30 feet long, to seat 12 persons, from £IO"i 37 feet long, to seit 20 perBon?, from £29ô.
AU tho abovo can bo carried on ships' deck, ontiro, with machinery. Engine- supplied to suit boatB built norold.
YARROAV and HEDLEY, Engineers and Builders, Isle of Dogs, Poplar, London.
MEETINGS OF PUBLIC COMPANIES
.\JÏ7ESTEKN KEROSENE OIL CO. (Limited.)
MEET1_ _ , " ,
pany's Ofiiee, 251, Goorge-sfrcet, on MONDAY, tha 24th day of January cunent, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of receiving the Directors' report for the half-yoir endod on 31st December last ; of electing a director in the room of William Jolly, Et-q-, who retires by rotation ; of electing nn auditor in the room of William Frico, E-q., who rotires by rotation ; nnd for tho traupaction of such, other busiaess as may bo brought before the meeting.
By order of tho Board,
JOHN MACDONALD, Jun" Secretary. Sydney, Gib January, 1870.
DEAK DOWNS COPPER MINING COMPANY. NOTICE is hereby given, that tho Fourteenth Half yearly MEETING of tho Shareholders will bo hold at the Hall of the Chamber of Commerce, Sydney, on MOND AY, the 31st day of January current, at noonj for the purpose of receiving the Directors' report for the half-yoar ended on tho 31st December laBt ; for tho election of n Dirootor in the room of J. S. Mitcholl, Esq., who retires by rotation, but is oligiblo for rc-olection, and has pivon tho required notice that ho is a candidato ; of an Auditor, in tho room of William Wolfen, Esq., who retires by rotation, and ia also eligible for re-olection, and for tbo transaction of such other business as may bo brought beforo tho meeting.
By order of tho Board,
D. N. JOUBERT, Secretary. Sydney, 10th January, 1870.
ÜDGEGONG CINNABAR MINING COMPANY
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.
The Half-yearly Gencrol MEETING of tho Shareholders in this Company will bo held in the Company's Office, Spring-street, Sydnoy, on MONDAY, tho 31st January instant, at 3 o'clock, to roceivo tho Report of tho Directors for tho half-year ended 31st December, 1869; and con- sider any other business that may bo brought forsvard in accordance with the Deed of Settlement,
By order of the Board,
W. U. DELOITTE, Manager. Officos-Spring-strcot, Sydnoy, öth January, 1870.
SYDNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.-Fursuant
to Rulo No. 23, the ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- ING of Mtmbers will be held at the Exchange, on MON- DAY, tho 17th January next, at 4 o'clock p.m. precisely, to receive tho report of tho Committee for tha year 1869, to elect (Rule No, 12) five members of committeo in the room of tho following gentlemen, namely :
Messrs. Alexander Campbell, Edward Chapman, John
Keep, Hem y Moore, and Robort Rome,
who rotiro by rotation, under rulo No. 12, but are eligible for re-election; and to transact such other business as may bo brought beforo tho meeting, in accordance with
tho ruleB of the Chamber.
J. E. EBSWORTH, Secretary. Sydney, 8th January, 1870.
SYDNEY (EXCHANGE COMPANY.-Tho Half ¡3 yearly Genoral MEETING of the Shareholders of the above Company will bo held at the Exchange, on MONDAY, the 17th January, 1870, at noon, to receive the Report of the Directors, togother with statement of accounts for the six months ending 31st December, 1869 ; and to transact such othor business as may bo brought before the meeting.
J. E. EBSWORTH, Secretary.
Sydrey, 29th December, 1869._
PYRMONT BRIDGE COMPANY.-NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN, that the Half-yearly General
MEETING of the Shareholders of this Compmy will be J held, in the Company's Office, on THURSDAY, the 27th
instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of j reoeh ing the report of the directors for the half-year endod ¡ 31st ultimo, and for such other business as maybe brought i before the meeting.
By order of the Board,
THOMAS SMITH, SoercUry. i Pyrmont Bridgo, 10th January, 1870.
PYRMONT BRIDGE COMPANY.
In pursuance of tho terms of the Dood of Settlement, I heroby givo notice, that the Hon. GEORGE ALLEN, M.L.C., has notified his intention of offering himself as a candidate for the office of director of this company.
THOMAS SMITH, Secretary.
LARENCE and NEW ENGLAND STEAM NA VI
GATION COMPANY.-NOTICE is hproby given, that tho Ninth Half-yearly Genoral MEETING of the Shareholders of this Company will bo held on THURS- DAY, 27th day of January, 1870, at the Company's Office, Grafton, nt half-past 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, to reçoive the report of tho directors for the half-yoar ending 31st
Decembor, 1869, to elect one director in the room of NOR- i MAN COWAN, Esq., who retires by rotation, but is still | eligible for re-election; to eloettwo auditors in the room of i JAMES PAGE, and L. S. LOEWENTHAL, Escirs.,
whose term of ofiiee expires, but who uro also cligiblo for re-election, and to transact such othor business as may bo brought before tho mooting, in torms of the Deod of Sottlo
By order of tha Board,
T. BAWDEN, Secretary. Grafton, 29th December, 1869.
By the 3lBt clause of tbo Deed of Settlement, shareholders becoming candidates for the oflieo of director, aro required to givo fourteen days' notico thereof, to the Boird of Direc- tors, in writing, io bo loft with tho Secretary, at the Com-
NOTICE is hereby given, that tho Sixteenth. Half
yearly General MEETING of Proprietors of the 1 BULLI COAL MINING COMPANY will bo held at the Head OfiVos of the Company, No3. 1 and 3, Exchange. Sydney, on TUESDAY, the 2-3th day of January instant, at 3 o'clock p m. precisely, to rcceivo tho Roport of the BoBid of Directors for tho half-year ending tho 31st December, 1S09 ; and to transact such other busiii«ss us
may bo brought beforo them, in accordauco withth?do"d
Bv order of the Board,
JAMES SllOOBERT, Secretary uni Agent. Bulli Coal Miuin> Company's Ofiijrs,
1 and 3, Exchange, Sydney, lht Jnumrv, 1879.
J. TICKLE, Practical l'uibr and Woollen Draper, 80, King-street, next tho City Bank.
rriHE AUSTRALIAN JOINT-STOCK BANK.
NOTICE is hereby given, that tha half-yearly goneral
MEETING of tho Proprietors will lie held at the Bunkiue-, LOUPC, inGeirgc-etrect, Sydney, on THURSDAY, tha 27th, January ir stunt, at noon, to receive tho report of tho, lourd of ;Msnagomcrjt for tho half-year rndixl 31st Do «ttiber: io eliot tbrcoDirs tpre in the room of
WILLIAM MOFFITT, Esq.,
Um. Sir W. M. MANNING, Q.0.,
J. F, JOSEPIISON, Ehq., " ?
who retiro by rotation, any two of whom are pligiblo for ro election ; to elect two Auditors for the ensuing year, and to transact such othor buainesa as may be brought bofor« the meeting.
By order ot the Bonn!,
VINCENT W. GIBLIN, General Manager. Sydney, öth January. _ MM, AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK. BANK.
The following duly qnaliiied Propriotorp hava given the requisito notice of their intention to beconio candidate»: for tho office of Director at tbo onsuing Half-yearly Oonoral Meeline- on tho 27th instHnt, namely :
EDWIN THOMAS BEILBY, Esq. EDWARD LORD, Esq.
The Hon. Sir WILLIAM M. MANNING. WILLIAM MOFFITT, Esq. J. G. RA PHAEL, Esq.
VINCENT W. GIBLIN, General Manager. Sydney, 14th January, 1870._
rTHO THE SHAREHOLDERS 0F THE AU8TRA
X LIAN JOINT STOCK BANK.-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-I beg to acquaint you that, on tho invita- tion of a number of the prinoipil shareholders, I have consented to offer my services to supply tho Boat becoming vacant at your Board in terms of tho deed of settlement, and to bo filled up at tho half-yearly general meeting on
the 27th inBtant.
I have (ha honour to be,
Ladies and gentlemen,
EDWIN THOMAS BEILBY.
Pitt-ptrcot North, Sydney, January 13, 1870._
OROUGH OF NEWTOWN.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a MEETING of the Electors of this Borough will be held at tho Town Hall, Newtown, at noon, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of February next, for the purpose of nominating and electing Ihren Aldermen-one for each ward, and two auditors (in, lieu of those retiring by rotation).
Candidate« must bo nominated seven days at least boforo the 1st of Febiunry. Nomination papfra may be ad dressed lo tho undersigned, at. the said 1 own Hall.
WILLIAM CURTIS, Mayor.
Returning-officor. Newtown, Mth January, 1870.
OROUGH bl WOOLLAHRA.
NOTICE ÍB hereby givon, that an open COURT will bo
hold, at the Council Chnmbcrs, Oeenn-fl'roer, at half-mat 6 . o'clock p ni., on tho 25th instant, for the purposo of revis- ing the Municipal Lifts, nf tbit-Borough.
M, CONSETT STEPHEN,
Mayor of Woollahra, Council Chamccrs, Borough of Woollahra,
14th January, 1370-_
OROUGH OF BALMAIN.-NOTICE ¡a hereby
givtn, that TUESDAY, 1st February next, tit won. U appoliit.'ü' for tie Nolninuiioi) OÍ Crmlidités for Election
to the oñifca of Aldermen and Auditors in room of throe nldernxn and two auditor?, who rot ire under tho pro- visions of the Municipalities Act of 18')7, and thit tUo names of »11 Candidat- s must bo delivered in writing to the Returning OIHcer pcven days at hist boforo the (lay of nomination, iii accordance with tha t'Oth section of tho
F. R. ROBINSON,Returning Officer. Council Chambers, loth January, 1878._
OROUGH OF REDFERN.-NOTICE is hiroby
given, that a MEETING of the Elootora of this Borough will bo holden at. the Council Chambers, at noon on TUESDAY, tho first day of February next, for the purpose of Nominating and Electing throo Aldormon and two Auditor», in accordance with the Municipalities Act of 1S07. The nomination of Candidatos must bo in writing, and delivered to the undersigned on or before tho 25th instant. ' "*
GEORGE RENWICK, Returniog-offi.'or. Redfern, loth January, 1870. ^_
OROUGH OF ALEXANDRIA. - NOTICE is
hereby given, that a MEETING of ELECTORS of this Borough, will bo held at tho Council Chambers, on TUESDAY, February 1, at noon, for tho purposo of Nominating and Electing Three Aldermen and Two Auditors, in lieu of those retiring.
Nominations must bo sent in seven days, at'least, before tho 1st ot February.
DONALD BEATSON, Raturning-officer. Alexandrin, January 14, 1870.
OROUGH OF WOOLLAHRA.-NOTICE is hereby
given that a MEETING of the elootors of thia Borough will ba hold at tho Council Chambers, Ocean street, at noon, on TUESDAY, tho 1st day of February next, for tho purpose of nominating and elocting three aldermen and two auditors (in lieu of those retiring by rotation) for tbo enauing municipal year. Notices of nomination to ho sent to tha Council Chamber, Ocean street, Woollahra, before noon of TUESDAY, tho 25th
M. CONSETT STEPHEN, Mayor of Woollahra,
BOROUGH OF DARLINGTON.-NOTICE i»
hereby given, that n MEETING of tho Elocfors of this Borongh will be held, at tho Council Chambors, at Noon cn TUESDAY, tho 1st day of February next, for the purposo of Nominating and Electing two Aldermen and two Auditor», in the room of those retiring by rotation.
JAS. HARNETT, Raturning-officer. Council Chambers, January loth, 1870.
OROUGH OF N E W T O W N.
ELECTORS of O'CONNELL WARD.
Mr. THOMAS" GALVIN
IS A CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
ERCHANT SHIPPING AND UNDER-
WRITERS' ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. Subscribers to the abeve aro reminded that tho MEET- ING for the oleotion of the permanent Committee will be held at the office of the Pacific Insurance Company, at 2.45 p.m., on WEDNESDAY, the 19th instant.
Subscribers who nre not representativos of underwriting companies are entitled to elect two mombore of committco, provided that AT THE LEAST twenty join tha Associa-
C. M. SMITH,
Hon. and Interim Secretary, Sydney, loth January, 1870.
ASON1C AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS'
HALL COMPANY.-An adjourned half-yearly general MEETING of, the shareholders will bo hold at the Hall, in York-street, on MONDAY, 17th instant, nt 3 o'clock p.m., to receive tho directors' roport for tho past half-j car.
By order of the Board,
_JOHN A. MATHEWS, Secretary.
LO. L., No. 7.-Monthly MEETING, TUESDAY,
« 18th instant, at 8 o'clock p.m. By order, W. M.
ROSE OF AUSTRALIA, No. 2 DIVISION SONS
OF TEMPERANCE.-A Special General MEET- ING of tho Members will bo held in the United Tem pcrnnco Hall, Pitt and Bathurst Btroeta, on WEDNES- DAY, the lilth instant, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Business ; To decide upon e, suitable Chemist for the
____GEORGE D. ROSS, R.S,
UDD'S BAND will MEET 7 o'clock uharp, TO tf NIGHT, MONDAY. T. BUDD.
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. - Court
Morning Star, No. 2002,-The members of thoabovo Court ate requested to attend a special MEETING, on TUESDAY, tho 18th instant, on business of importance.
By otder of the Chief Ranger, Brother E. W. POPE, _VALEN 1TNE DAVIS, Secretary.
AUSTRALIAN l'ATRIOTIC ASSOCIATION.
'Iho usual Weekly MEETING of tho Association will bo held THIS EVENING, at a quarter to 8 o'clock, at tho Temperance Hall (late Polytechnic), corner of Bathurst nnd Pitt streetB. Conunitteo meeting tit 7.30 sharp.'
JOHN WILLIAMSON, ) lion,
_ II. BEAVER, jSoc^tarfoq.
BALMAIN CORPS V. R.-C mintos* PARADE, on
Pigeon Ground, TJIIS EA'ENING, al 8.
npuny DRlLLTHISliVF.î , MORIARTY, Lieuton.mt.
ffej O. ö C'O.S.ll.V R.-Company DRlLLTHISliVF.N XHI 1NG, ut 7 4o. A. O. MORT
¡2TAKR-B0WKETT BUILDING SOCIETY No. .1.
BALLOT for £300, FRIDAY n«t, at 8. Tiloso in airear» will not participate lueieto.
By order of the Board,
W. H, FOSTER, Secretory,
PERSONS ADVERTISED FOB
A NY INFORMATION respecting Mr. UEORGE! £% PROSSER, of Bathurst, who was In Sydney on tuet 31tit Deceuibor, und has not «ne« boon htiard of. will be thankfully recoivcel by Mr. BOUINSON, 1, B»lmo-c tfmiro, Pucdingten, Sydaey ; or the Rev. Dr, GEEKIE,
ANNIVERSARY"^?1 WESLEYAN SUNDAY
SCHOOL, WAVERLEY. -A Publio TEA MEETING, in connection with the above, will bo hold in the. Wei-loyan Schoolroom, Wnverloy, THIS (Monday) F.VENING. Tea on the tablo at a quarter to 7. After tea, n Public MEETING will bo held, and nd tresses de- liver, d bv Kevs. W. KELYNACK, T. GAINFORD, Mr.
J. WATKIN, with the ministers of the Circuit._
ESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL. GL'b-i.
Anniversary Tea r.nd Public MEETING, THIS EVENING, at 7. Tiekoh, Is. each. Tho Revs. Allan W. Webb, W. J. K. Piddington, R. Caldwell, W. H. George; John Grttham, Esq., and «thors are fxpectod to addrcfs the meeting. _______ Ï~ND£PENDENT CITY MISSION CHAPEL, Liver-
pool and Sussox streets. - On THIS (Monday) EVENING, January 17th, a Publio TEA MEETING will beheld in tho Schoolroom. J. R. LINDSAY, Esq.. will presido. Tho mooting will bo addressed by stvorii
rnibibtcrs and friends. Tea on tho tablo at 7 o'clock.
Tickets Is. each. j
r»10 TnE ELECTORS OF WEST SYDNEY, AND JL THE CITIZENS GENERALLY.
Tho Rev. Dr. LANG will give a BRIEF SKKTCH of bis Parliamentary life, from tho 1st of August, 1843, till tho recent dissolution, in an address to his law con- stituents, in tho Masonic Hall, York-stroet, on MON- DAY, tho 17th instant.
The Ilonorablo John Sutherland will preside.
The Hall will bo opened at half-past 7, and the address will bo commenced at 8 precisely.
ADMISSION FREE; but a collection will be made- at the closo to defray tho expenses of tho mooting' ; and if any surplus should accrue, it will bo appropriated in aid of tho Publio School, Jamison-street.
PETERSHAM.-Church of England.-A LECTURE
in aid of tho Sunday-achool will be delivorod by tho Iiov. G. C, BODE, on MONDAY, Januaiy 17th, at 7.30 p.m. Subject-Natural Chemistry, with exporimonts. Admission, ono chilling.
li. J. ANDERSON will LECTURE at the Totn
peranoo Hall, THIS DAY, Monday, the 17th instant, at half-pa'it 7 P-tn.
Subject : Tho Physiology of tho Ncrvom Structure.
Tickets may bo had at Mr. H. Colo's, b.ioksellor, King nml George s'.icets, opposite Telegraoh Office; and at
3teservo seats, 2b ; body of hall, 1B.
AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, No. 76, .SONS OF
TEMPERANCE.-TENDERS.-A Medical Gou tkman required for the above Division, in consequence of (he prosont doctor being about to leave th« colony.
Tenders to Btafc tho ohargo for each member per quarter. AtidjçBa Mr, G, Palmer, 3 und -1, Market Shops, Gsorge
_II. ?. WISEMAN, R.S.
ITERATIONS ¡n tho PREMISES of Mo«»T.
M vers and Solomon, nieroh.int«, 512, G oorpra-streer. -To BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS.-TENDERS Will bo received until MONDAY, tho 21th imitan', for the erection and completion of an extensivo thros-storied waiehonso, &-c., at tho rear of the promises of Messrs. i Myers and Solomon, Ö42, Georgo-streot. Plans and speci-
fic titioji, and all other particulars, may bo seen on applica- tion to F. H. ItEUSS, Architect, IV>, Pitt-street._
TO BUILDERS.-TENDERS will bo received on tho
251b. for extensivo Alterations and Additions to a Villa, at Ashfield. Separate tenders will bo recoivod tor masons and brickwork. Plans and specification may be Been at the offices of Mr. THOMAS ROWE, Architeut, A'ickeiy's ChamVrs, Pitt-street.
npo BU1LDEP.S.-TENDERS aro invited for an JL Addition to the Residence of Joseph Single. Esq., at the Nepean. Plins and spccifienfioni can ha seen on application at the Court-house, Penrith. Further in- formation. 191, Bourke-Btreet.
_DAVID M'BEATH, Architect.
TO CUE.M1S I'S and DRUGGISTS.-Roso of Aus
tralia, Division No. 2, Sons of Temperance.-Offer.?, in writing, will be received up till WEDNESDAY, the 11th inBtant, by the undersigned, from whom all informa licn may be obtained, from Chemists willing to supply all medicines prescribed by the Doctor of tho division, to mem- bers, fhoir wives, and children under l8 years of age. Tenders to state " with or without cod liver oil and leeches." FRANCIS ABIGAIL, Boot Upper Manufac
turer, 4SI, Brickfield-hill._
TENDERS required for Painting, at No. 104, Macloay
Btreet, Darlinghurst. For particulars, apply Mr. T. ÏARRELL, 78,ICing-stre'ot.
LOST AND (FOUND
OST, a Strawberry Poloy COW, branded RYP on the
eil'ribs. Ten shillings rofrard will bo given to any person returning the same to THOMAS HALES, Parra- matta Road, Burwood.
OST, King Charles SPANIEL. Reward given at
SKINNER'S, 361, Pitt-street._
LOST, on the lath instant, a CANARY. Any porson
bringing it to No. 7, Burdekin-terrace, will be re- warded.1,
OST, onRanlwlckRoid, a new Silk UMBRELLA.
10a. rewaid if returned to T. R Allt, wino merchant, Pitt-street, or J. Hamilton, chemist, BotanyRond.
LOST, from the Black Swan Inn, Haymarket, Bay
Cart HORSE, brandal AT on shoulder, lame on off fore lee. Reward given by bringing to the above
addrcf». 1). H. DALEY._
STOLEN, yesterday, from a Plan at the Auction
Rooms of the undersigned, a WATER-COLOUR SKETCH of Craigend Houso and Grounds, Waverley. A Reward will bo given for ita rocovery and the conviction
of tto thief.
RICHARDSON and WRENCH. January 15, 1870.
FOUND, straying on tho Liverpool Road, a Bay
HORSE, black points, a little roach back, about 15 hands high. Apply Mrs. NELSON, Liverpool Road.
OUND, in Pitt-street, on (he 14th initant, a Bay
Draught HORSE, 17 hands high; black points; near bind fetlock whito ; branded AT olf shoulder nnd 81
Apply to CHARLES AARON,' Druitt-streot.
TI AEN SHILLINGS REWARD.-Lost yoterday, SÜñ"
JL day, a GOLD EARRING, cameo stone, botwoen Cauipboll-stroot and CongrogaUonal Church, Pitt-street. JOHN M'MURTRIE, 35, Goulburn-street._
TEN SHILLINGS FvEWARD.-Strayed, on Thurs-
day, the 13th instant, a Chesnut HORSE, branded JG cn shoulder ; aleo, a roan HORSE. Information to J, O'GRADY, 99, Palmer-street, Woolloomooloo.
C A }l D. - J. DEGOTARD I'I. Photographie Studio, 287, Goo.-st., nc-xtFrench Café.
A CARD.-Mr. J. J. LACHAUME, Surgeon-Dentist,
2, Wynjard-square, opposite the Post Ofileo, prac- tises the art of his profession with all the newest improve- ments asd appliances.
ASTROLOGY and Goomacy.-Future events revealed.
Mons. SIBLEY, 210, Liverpool-si., Woolloomooloo, ASTROLOGY, Phrenology, etc.-Private consultation,
Is. 0. EDWARDS, 6, Bridgo-st. Established 1862.
bALLOON, BALLOON.-Refreshments provided at J) Sydney prices in (ho Domain by T. Brenan, Woo'loo. .?ALMAIN.-HENRY CATT, Builder and Joiner, J» Exodu« Cottage, Pafmcr-strcot, Estimates, &o., given,
~H y. II. DAVIS, General Importer, Commission Agont, Jt> . 3, Barrack-street, opposito Fra/.or and Co.'s.
EDWARD F. WAY, General Commission Agont,
Collector, &a., lió, Kent-street North, Sydney.
O.R ii v i L.L;E"S COM MER CI AL ROOM.
HIGH CHANGE Tins"l>AY. at 2 p.m., when
telrpr.itiis frjio <ho neighbouring colonies will bo pistol. W W»',ï,OVSPAX>J?iBTforto Tun»»T "opiirer. JO. » Addreps W. MADDOCK, Bookae-llor, Goorgo-nt.
n' NEWMAN, Photographer, REMOVED to 12, bcu(h Head Hoael, closo to Hydo Park.
[RS CRACKNELL.Dress Maker, 190, D»vlin.r-fit'.', L ft oolloomooloo. An Outdoor Apprentioo w.mied.
/8 IBS HAYES'S Vapor Mode-Is, with fiat pattern to cut Jj fruin ; materials cut and fitted. l\i>\, King-street.
íEMOVAL.-Mrs. WEYNTON, Pomurok* IIou^o, I ¿lo, Macquarie-street, from 2, O'Coanoll-ttrcot.
r DOUGLAFB and CO., Wholeialo Grocers, 1_
'?' » porters, 608, Go rge-Bt., oppusito Poli* o Office.
LAUMING SACRIFICE.-Startling Reduction.
First-class Photo, 5ado¿. J. Vati», 133, Georgelt 1LL1AM BRADLEY, Artiat PnotnRruplior, and
Pi.rtrBit Painter in crayons. 110, Piit-Btroot.
STOCK 8HARE8 AND MONEY
O N E Y .
NATIONAL LOAN AÑDDISCOUNT COMPANY,
Offices-51, Hnntcr-Btrect, oorner of EUfcabeth-ítreet.
This Company ia Jormcd with a viow. of assisting Pro- fessional Mon, Govemmont Officials," Tradesmen, and others who may ha temporarily in want of a Money Loan, without thoir having to resort to extremo moasuroB. This Company will make such advances on tho following easy and equitnblo terms :
Sums from £5 to £5000 can bo obtained on personal and! other securities, repayable by wookly instaluinn*a of ONE SHILLING in tho pound, or arrangement* uan bo made for monthly or quarterly payments. Perdona borrowing £5 reçoive £4 10a, to bo repaid by twenty wookly instal-
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All money transactions entririaincd, and advonoeo guaranteed -within twonty-foux hours after application, it securities approved of. ; .
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Office hours, from 9 to 5 ; Saturdays, 9 to I.
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THIS SOCIETY is established to assist tradesmen and others, on the follewing terms:-MONEY ADVANCE» in sum« varying from £6 to £1000, on soourity of two responsible housoholdors, TO BE REPAID BY WEEKLY INSTALMENTS OF la in tho poona. PERSONS doBirous of obtaining £6 rocolvo £4 10a cash. THE ADVANCE GUARANTEED WITHIN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IF THE SECURITIES ARE APPROVED OF.
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BILLS OF SALE ON FURNITURE, 4o., WITH- OUT POSSESSION OR ANY OTHER AVAILABLÄ
Forms may ) i had gratia on application.
FROM £1< 0 to £5000, ON DEPOSIT OF DEEDS
FROM 0 PER CENT. PER ANNUM._
BBEN1URES, Bank, and other bh*r«H, may bo ob-
tained or disposed of through W. CHATFIELD.
ONLY to LEND, on mortgage otitpprovcd freeholds:.
BRADLEY and SON, Solicitor, G1, Margaret-at.
yc/k) ANTED, £100 to £600 for^uspeouUtion, 200j?Br «»/ ANTED to LEND, tho utmost value dn Plate,
cent, return guaranteed. 'G. H., HERAIA Office
, HERAIfP i vulusi dn
Wakhes, Ace. J, Murphy's, 105, B ithurst-street. ÍONEY.-£5 to £20 to lend, without Bocurity ; £20
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