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SHIPPING. 8'

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FRANCISCO AND< OVERLAND TO ¡?T""' ' ENGLAND.

THE CALIFORNIAN, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINE OP STEAM PACKETS, tinder Contract for ii' Monthly Mail Servico.-The splendid steamship CITY OF MELBOURNE, 12G0 tons, H. Grainger, commander,'Will bo diirpatahed from SYDNEY, cn tho 28th instant, at 4 p m.,t -vin AUCKLAND and HONOLULU, SANDWICH ISLANDS.

Superior accommodation for Saloon, Cabin, and In tcrmeainte passengers. 'A good labio, with attendance, am bo relied upon in each department. Saloon passen- gers arc provided1 -with' overy requisito. WmcB and fpirits extra. Bedding is not provided for tho second enlim or intermediate. Parties proceeding to tho United Slates of America or Europe should avail tbemselvoS of this lint, which is admitted to have decidod advantages over all'others, having calm eeas, and avoiding tho dis agrccnblcnesR of a long sea voyage. Tho wholo journey moy bo considered a pleasure trip, and cheaper and qnioker ihan any other route ' Special arrangements will bo made with families'. 10 per cent, will bo allowed on return tickets. Immediate ' application for poseages should bo mndo io avoid disappointment, as only'a limited number

will be taken.

.For full.particulais apply to M. METCALFE and CO., No. 0, Bridgo-strcct; or at the Head Office, Grafton Wharf!« -' ' '

_H. H.. HALL, P. S. Consul^ TEAM to"BRISBANE WATER.-ALCHYMÍST,

SATURDAY MORNING, at 8. Limo-st. Whaif. Tiïê~c7and li. R. STN. CO.'S STEAMSHIPS.

- For GRAFTON, CLARENCE RIVKft, via NEWCASTLE.-Tho GRAFTON, THIS NIGHT, Friday, at 0, i < i ' ,

For the MACLEAY RIVER, via PORT MAC- QUARIE. - 'The DIAMANTINA, SATURDAY

NIGHT, at G.

For the MANNING RIVER direct. -The FIRE KING, MONDAY, at 1.

WM. WILLIAMS, Soc\otary._ C" "AND N. 'Er~sT~Ñ.~COMPANY'S~~BtcamRhip

. NEW ENGLAND, for GRAFTON, via NEW- CASTLE, on MONDAY, at 9 p m.

Offices-Commercial Wharf. C. WISEMAN, Manager.

,XT it. N. S. ÑTco".-STEAMtotheHUNTKR^

XX . TO-MORROW (Saturday) NIGHT, ni 11, tho

MORPETH.

On MONDAY NIGHT, at 11, the CITY OF NEW-

CASTLE.

Goods received for Miller's Forest and Paterson, on

MONDAY.

F.'J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices-foot of Market-street.

HE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY'S STEAMSHIPS.

TO MELBOURNE.-City of Adelaide, Tuesday after-

noon, at'i.30. ' ' ' , TO FUIS, via Aiukland -James Paterson, to-morrow

afternoon, Saturday,Tit 2.

TO AUCKLAND.-James Paterson, to-morrow after-

noon,- Saturday, at 2.- - . TO HUNTER RIVER -Coonanbara, to-night, Friday,

at 11 ; and Collaroy, Monday morning, at 7. ! TO BRISBANE.-Lady Young, this afternoon, Friday:

atö. ? , ' ' TO MARYBOROUGH.-Lcjehaidt, Tuosday, Hth in7

siant, at » p.m. , r < TO ROCKHAMPTON.-Balclutha, Wednesday ¡iftorf

noon, at'fl. . -, - '

TO BROAD SOUND and Pioneer River.-Balclutha will .

take cargo to bo transhipped at Rockhampton per Tinonee ii''" ' '

TO CLEVELAND BAY"viaFortDcnison.-Boomerang,

on or about TJiursdny, 9th February. '

FROM BRISBANE to Rockhampton, cilling at Mary-

borough and Gladstone-Steamer weekly. ,

Cargo íb now being received for transmission to any of tho abovo ports.

NO CARGO received for tho Btcnmois going lo Mel- bourne or Queensland after 3 p.m. on thoir day of sailing.

FREDK. II. TROUTON, Manager. A. S. N. Co.'s,Wharf,, SuBsex-street.

' J^HE^USTRÂlTsUN~STËAM NAVIGATION

,JL COMPANY. ' '

.STEAM TO FIJI VIA AUCKLAND. Ï Tho A. S! N. Co.'s steamship1 !

JAMES PATERSON, ' . j

Frank Moore, commander. ; i

will he dispatched for EUI via AUCKLAND^ ck SATURDAY next, at 2 p m. I

For further paitieulars apply to tho Traffic Managor. ¡

FREDK. H. TROUTON, Manaor. I A. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street.

TEAM TO NEW ZEALAND, calling at all Ports.

The steamships TARARUA. ALHAMBRA, OMEO, GOTHENBURG, or RANGITOTO, aro dis Tiatchcd from MELBOURNE evory woek alternately, via

Blnff Harbour and Hokitika.

Through tickets to and fiom all Now Zealand ports issued by the undersigned. '

For rates of pascago, fieighl, and any infoimation, apply to JOSEPH WARD and CO., Agents, 3, Bridgo-strect.

STEAM TO HOBART TOWN.-Steamship TAS ,... MANJA, from Grafton Wharf, on TUESDAY, 7th instant, at 12 noon.

,_ WALLIS, LLOYD, and CO.

REAT REDUCTION ÖF~FÄRES AND

FREIGHTS. ¡ STEAM TO MELBOURNE.

Tho regular trading steamship ¡

BLACKBIRD, , ' W. Rouse, commander, j will be dispatched from the Grafton Wharf, !

THIS DAY, at noon, ; ' for MELBOURNE carrying passenger and cargo al greatly reduced rates, ' ' ' I

Fares ¡-Saloon .. .. , .., ¡C2 15 0 ,

Eoro cabin ., ' ..10 0. Freight, 12s. per ton.

The saloon is amidships. A stewardess is appointed to attend in tho ladies' galoon. A liberal fablo is provided, and every attention paid to the comfoit of passcngeis. i

Engagement« for Freight must bo ruado beforo Ino etcamer leaves hero for Newcastle.

JOSEPH WARD and CO., Agents,

__^^^ 3, Bridgo-streot.

ST E~A M TO MELBOURN E.

REGULAR WEEKLY COMMUNICATION

by MeamshipR

MACEDON and DANDENONG, which will bo dispatched as follows :

DANDENONG,

THURSDAY, Febraaiy 9th, at 4 p in.

from Strath's (lato Q. S. N. Co.'s) Wharf, WITH PASSENGERS and CARGO. The saloon is amidships.

Fares, Í4 ; Return tickets, £G 10s. Í

Return Tickets available for two months.

Tho attention of second-class passengers is diioeled to tho accommodation provided in tho abovo vessel's, with enclosed cabins for females and families.

MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, _Struth's Wharf.

Tpoii wool and" pa"sseñg"ers only".

For LONDON,

tho new dipper ship CARLISLE CASTLE, belonsin" to Green, of Blackwall, will sail 28lh February. ' °

For terms of freight or passage apply to Captain COOPER, on board, at Circular Quay; to WILLIS.

LLOYD.jwjHJO^jir to YOUN G and LARK.

TO SALOON -ASSEÑGER-S FOR LONDON.

. The fine clipper ship ELLEN STUART, 1872 tons «Pit«) will sail punctually SATURDAY, 11th February, well known for regular and rapid passago. Largo etato »ooinB for families, bath room, and overy convenience.

G

I

LLA WARRA- S. . N. CO.'S STEAMERS.-TO "WOLLONGONG.-Kiama, THIS MPHNING, at 10.

KomMn, TO-NIGHT, at 11. MORUYA.-Kiama, THIS MORNING, at 10. KIAMA.-Kembla, TO-NIGHT, at U.

SHOALUAVEN.-Korubla, TO-NIGHT, at 11. , OLLALULLA.-Kiama, MONDAY, at 11 a.m.

CLYDE RIVER.-Kiama, MONDAY« at 11a.m.

MERIMBULA.-Hunter, WEDNESDAY, 10 a.m.

CHEAP HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS by tho'Parra

matta River Steamers, EMU, ADELAIDE, and PELICAN, daily.

From foot of King-street, 7, 9,11 a.m. ; 1, 3, 5 p.m. From Parrnniatta, 7, 9, 11 a.m. ; 1, 3, 6 p.m.

Calling at Cockatoo, Hunter's Hill, Gladesville, Rydo,

Ermington, Newington, and Subiaco,

AT ABOUT HALF THE RAILWAY RATES.'

' Fares to Parrnniatta in Saloon, Is 3d; return, 2a; stcorngo, Is ; return, Is Gd.

Cbildron, enloon, roturn, 6d only. First-class omnibuses in attendance at Parramatta, to convoy excursionists to and from tho steamers and tho Park or Parramatta North.

Furo, 3d. ^____^_ 8~ YeÄmTfrom MELBOURNE to LONDON via the

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.-Dovitt and Moore's Australian Lino of Steam and Clipper Ships.-To SAIL positively on the 18th February, tho magnificent now scrow steamship QUEEN OF THE THAMES, AA1 at Lloyd's, 2607 tons register, 4000 burden, 400-horso power nominal, 2000 indicated, Goorgo Macdonald, commander.

This splendid now steamer, built by tho colobrated firm of Robert Napior and Sons, of Glasgow, expressly for the Australian passenger trade, lias just completed her first voyage, after a moBt successful run of flOV days, oxclusivo of stoppages.

Tho attention of passengers is especially called to the unusual advantages offered by the abovo stcamor, viz., sho returns to London via tho Capo of Good Hopo ; and as sho carries only a limited number of second and third class passengers, all over-crowding is avoided.

Beda, bedding, linen, tablo requisites, crockery, &o., will be provided by, the ship for ALL CLASSES of PAS- SENGERS. Sho is fitted with baths, and thora is also a separate Indies' Biiloon with piano.

Carries nn experienced surgeon.

For all particulars appjy to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., ¡sydney.

O ~ R L 5 Ñ D Ö Ñ",

THE SOBRAON.

This favourite passenger ship will bo dispatched on tho

11th March.

Curries a qualified surgeon.

Rates op Pabsaob :

Saloon .. .. As per agreement. Second cabin .. .. £31 10 0 Fécond class .. .. 21 0 0 Third class .. .. l8 l8 0

. te G1LCHRI8T, WATT, and CO., or Captain

F

Apply te ELMSLIE

F

HE SOBRAON.-Wool will bo received for this ship

at MARSDEN and BON'S Stores._

OR LONDON.

Tho PARRAMATTA

will bo dispatched on tho 11th Fobruary.

GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., Agonta.

,"NLY~VËS8EL FOR ^HONGKONG.-Dgf Tho

' favourite clipper ship

MARQUIS OF ARGYLE, 800 tons,

W. M'KEON, Commander, will bo dispatched, as abovo,

on or about the

7th FEBRUARY.

Intending Chinese passengers aro invited to inspect tho superior accommodations of this regular trader, and to malro early arrangements for berths. i

For freight or passage apply on board, at Parbury's

Wharf ; or to

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, ond CO., Lloyd's-chambers.

ONLY VESSEL FOR SHANGHAI.-g§F Tho

well-known clipper barque CONSTANCE, J. H. Gibbon, commander, being under charter, will sail about WEDNESDAY next, and has room for light freight, IF

ENGAGED AT ONCE.

For cabin and steerage passago, apply on board, at tho Patent Slip Wharf ; or to

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.,

Lloyd's-chambers.

N.B.-This vessel has superior accommodation for Chinese passengers.

ITIOR NEW YORK, via AUCKLAND.-The A}

. clipper barquo

FARNINGHAM, 500'tons "burthen, j

soils next week.

Fur nil particulars apply to

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.,

' Lloyd's-chambers.

ITIOR LEVUKA, TAYIUNI, AND SAVU SAVU,

. FIJI, with immediate dospatoh.-Tho clippor scbooncr SARAH PILE, to bo regularly employed in thb

trade. '

For passage or freight apply on board, Circular Quay ; or to E. VICKERY, Pitt-stroet.

-TJJ^ÓITlEVUKA and TAVIUNI, FIJI ISLANDS.

JÜ - rjjgrThe favourite regular trader HARRIET ARMITAGE, C, G. Lossing, commandor, is now loading, Mid will sail on 10th February. PASSENGER8 to tho Islands aro requested to inspoot tho unrivalled accommoda- tions of this vessel. , .

For freight or passago apply on board, at tho Corpora lion'Whorf; orto J

? ' * LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.. '

' Lloyd's-obambors. ,'

OR LEVUKA and TAVIUNI, FIJT.

Tho Brig KESTREL,

180 tons register, Captain Wadloy. !

This regular trader will bo dispatched as abovo, and is now loading at Commercial Wharf.

For freight or passago apply to SMITH, BROTHERS, and CO. ; or C. M. DEANE, Exchango-cornor.

7\OR OVALAU, FIJI ISLANDS, direct.-Tho clipper _ barque METEOR, G. Ollivor, master, is now re- ceiving caigo at Grafton Wharf, and will bo dispatched positively on TUESDAY, 7th instant. '

For fleight or pasBago npplv to

RABONE, FEEZ, and CO.,

3, Wynyard-strcet.'

ÑLY^ElTsEL~FOR TAHITI. - Tho clTpoOT

barquo NOTRE DAME DE LA PROVI- DENCE, E. Lamegren, commander, being under charter, will sail NEXT WEEK. Has room for light freight or passage, for which immeditto application must bo mode to the Captain, on board, at tho Market Wharf : or to

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.,

Lloyd's-chambers.

FOR NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA.-Thofavourito

schooner JESSIE KELLY. Geach, master, \fill Clear nt the Customs and sail TO-MORROW. For freight or pnspngc apply to C. SCHWEIG audCO., 87, York-stl

F

ALICE CAMERON, FOR AUCKLAND!

Iga?," Detained through the inclemency of tho weather till TO-MORROW, when she will clear and

sail.

" Has still room for freight, for which or passago apply on board, at tho Patent Slip Wharf; or to «

LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., ' -

Lloyd's-chambers.

N.B.-Goods recclvod for this vessel freo of wharfága.

FOR MELBOURNE direct, clipper schooner ÍIAÍIY

CUMMINGS. Apply C. B. BOND, Bl; Suisoxj-st. FOR ROCKHAMPTON. - The clipper schoónor

CIRCE commences loading in a few days, and will meet with hor usual quick dispatch. For froight, &c,

apply to PARBURY, BROTHERS. _^_ FOR CLEVELAND BAY.~ÑORMAN AND

ALBERT RIVERS (via SWEER'S ISLAND), GULF OF CARPENTARIA.- t$§p Tho clipper schooner BLACK DOG, G. Brown, imstcr, detained by inclomoncy of weather, will clear at the Customs on MONDAY noxt, 6th instant. Shippeis will pienso complete without delay.

For freight or passage apply to Captain, at Roddam's Wharf; or JAMES THORNE, Exchange-corner.

FOR BOORAL WHARF, Port Stephens.-Schooner

MYALL, on MONDAY. BROOMFIELD and WHITAKER, Albion Whaif.

FOR SHOALHAVEN River.-^Koteh {RETRIEVE. ___ For ireight apply Woolloomooloo Wharf.

FOR FREIGHT or CHARTERTscho^ner ANNE

MOORE, 00 tons. Apply on board, Weanio's Wharf, foot of Bnthurst-strcet.

Ï1IP GLENDOWER, from London.-CONSIGNEES

of Goods per this vessel aro requested to pass ENTRIES at once for Circular Quay. AU goods impoding tho discharge will bo entered, landed, and stored at Con- signees' risk and expenso.

Tho Bhip will not bo responsible for any Iobs or damage

to goods after thoy have been landed.

Bills of Lading muBt bo produced, freights paid, and orders of delivery obtained from tho undersigned boforo any goods can leavo the wharf.

JOHN FRAZER and CO., Agonts.

Captain DUNCAN will not bo responsible for any DEBTS incurred by his crow, without his written autho- rity.

TCTOR SALE, the Cutter RE8TLE8S, cheap. Apply on JC Vo&ri, Murphy's Wharf, Liverpool-street West, '

8HIP ABERGELDIE, for LONDON.-AU CLAIMS

against.this vessel must bo sont in to the offico of tUo undersigned in triplicate, on or before SATURDAY, tho 4th inBtant, at noon, or they will not bo recognised.

JOHN FRAZER and CO.

Agents.

Ï1\(XR SALE, tho fast-sailing schooner POLICE

? MAN, 75 tons, colonial built; was coppered and thoroughly repaired by Mr. Cuthbert within a fow months. A large propoition of tho purchase monoy may remain on mortgage M. E. MURNIN, Exchange._

ÄCQÜÄRIE'S PATENT SLIP, NEWCASTLE.

N. S. W.

Ships of tho largest class taken np for repair, «classing,

survey, &c.

Iron ships cleaned, shipwrights' and smiths' work per- formed, spars and all othu ships' malcriáis in hídCíí.

Experienced diver, with diving apparatus on hand.

D. MACQUARIE, Proprietor.

'.OR SALE, a Fishing SKIFF (bluo), sculls, £3 10s.

Rushcutters Bav beach.

F

ANTED Ship'B BOAT, to carry 4 or ö tons, also Anchor 5 or G cwt. J. Thorne, IWchango Corner.

TOOYAL SYDNEY YACHT SQUADRON,

The SECOND CLASS YACHT RACE, fora pri/o of the value of £30, ii fixed for SATURDAY, the 4thmsUnt. Yachts to sturt at the tiling of the 1 o'clock gun.

COURSE.-From moorings in Farm Cove dowi to wl round boat moored ofl Alanly, bick to and round Fort Denison, down to Manly a second lime, tlmnco bi<*k to flagi-hip moored off tho Red Buoy. The race to be con- cluded beforo 7 o'c'ock, or to bo sailed again ou a futuro

day.

'ENTRIES.

D^t'ngaishing Station. Name. Tone. Owner. i^'ag

1. Pert 16 I. J. Josephson Bluo with stars ( 2. Peri l8 John Cooper While, bluo

border, red Maltc!iO«ro3S "' P in centre.

3. Nereid' 12, , A. Eaù-fax White with red '

' C1J33.

4. Ella 11 W.Farmer' Rediindjellow. ; Yacht owners aro requosted to havo their moorings ! round in Farm Cove not liter than 11 o'clock.

By order,

li. CORNWELL,

Acting Secretary, pro tem.

SVlEETiWeS.

TO E V. DR. LANG.'

BALMAIN PUBLIC MEETING.

À Public MEETING'of the inhabiting o^Baímainí

will bo held at the Oddfellows' Hall, on. SATURDAY j EVENING, the 4th of Fcbiuary, at half-past 7'o'clock, to ? support tho movement begun in Sydnoy to recogniso the J many public .-rrvices of the abovo-nauicd gentlemaa to the ' Australian colonies. - , j

E. T. CLARKE, Hon. Secretary pro tera.j"' Balmain, February 2, 1871. >

CJYDNEY INFIRMARY AND "DISPENSARY.] ¡C> - I

The Annual Ganer.il MEETING of the Subscribers to this Institution will ho hold in St. James' Schoolroom,' Castlerengh-strcet, on tho Evening of WEDNESDAY,; the 8th Febrmny. '

Tho chair will lip taken hy the President, the lion. E.i DEAS THOMSON, C B., M.L C, at 8 p.m.

The Report of tho Directors for tho past year and tho^ TrcHMiier's financial statement will bo submitted for ip proval and adoption, "Vacancies in the Honoraiy Medical

Stall will rcnuiro to be filled.

The attendance of subscribers and tho public is respect-, tully invited.

JOHN E. MANNING, ) JoiotHon.

M. II. STEPHEN, | Kccrotaries.

^YDÑEY INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY.

ELECTION OF HONORARY MEDICAL OFFICERS.

NOTICE is hereby givon, that two vacancies havo occurred in tho Honorary Medical Staff of this institution by tho retirement in rotation of Dr. Brown, honorary physician, and Alfred Roberts, Esq., honorary surj;eoui Theso vacancies will be tilled up at tho Amwil Goneral MEETING, to be held on WEDNESDAY, tho 8th

February.

Dr. Brown has notified to the Boaid that,'in conse- quence of ill-health, ho is not a candidate for lc-oloction.

Mr. Roberts has signified his intention vi again offering himself for re-election. '

Drs. Foucnit, Fortoscuo, and Quailo, duly quiliüad can- didates, have also given tho required uotico to tho Board that they are applicants foi the vacant appointments. Î

JOHN E. MANNING, ) Joint lion. ' M. H. STEPHEN, j Secretorios. . J- S. W. PROTESTANT POLITICAL ASSO1

. CIATION.-Tho Council und members MEET as usual, THIS (Friday) EVENING. Picnii accounts must be settled. Important news from country branehoi. Arrange for another course of lectures, &c. ! '

_GEORGE L. CARTER, Hon. Soe. \

ÍN ESTATE OF 'JAMES GILROY; Builder.

?j -.i. < , , ,

CREDITORS in this Estate'aro requested to .MEET at 3 o'clock, THIb DAY, Friday, February 3rd, at the Offico of Mr. SEMPILL, Official Assignco, 181, Castlij reagh-street,near King-streotj»''i " ' . ;

T. LUKE'S SCHOOLROOM,, Burwood. - Th3

Môntb)y,,Commumoant<s', MEETING, will (d.v.) be held THIS EVENING, Friday, at 7.30 p.m." I

' ','"'? » '?? ?».,>i'tW.,LUMSDAINE.| '

N' S. W. PiotcBÍSpt^Iristituto.-Tho Board, This

. Evening, at 8., J. G. Wilson, Act. Han. Sec. ,

ASOÑTc'^A vMKETINGí oui the ¿SYDNEY,

SAMARITAN LODGE, No. 578r(Eo.glish Coi stitution), will1 bo hold, at theAustiasalian ¡Freemasons'

Hull. York-street-, r'rHI8iEVENING,tfFriday, the 3rd; Fibrunry instant,iat 8'o'clock precisely., j.! ¡ ,J \

By order ol tho WorshipfuUiMaster. -'! <\'. _ j

o"cÄRPENTERß an¿ ¿Oi;N,ÉRS OF SYDNEY^

8 hours v. 10 horns.-A Publiu MEETING will bo held on SATURDAY, EVENING, February 4th, Jit S o'clock, at tho. Temporánea Hall, -Pitt and Bathurst streets, to consider the revival of tho, old and ounoxioju» bIuvo FjBtmi. ' , - i '

VOLUNTEER'WOTICES. ;

MUSKETRY INSTRUCTIONI-Submlmn Ba-

tallón.-Independent Firing and Skirrnishing j

Companies-Paddington and âùuy Hills, Glebp and South

Svdney, on SATURDAY, thb 4th february. î

Companies-St. Leonards, Balmain, Nos, 1 and 2 High-

landers, on SATURDAY, the 11th February. ]

See advertihement alteady published. ' j i ¡

By command. ' L ' ' ' ' ' !

TIIOS. BAYNES, . ' f .

Captain and Brigade Adjutan^. .

SttoLUNTEÊITbRIGADE BAND.-Th» Band ful V attend parade, at Victoria Barraoks, at 3 p.m., ft ho 4th instant; and at Hyde Park, iat,3.30 p.m., the l'8tK

instant. t ? « ' . > ' . i

By command, &e, . , I

TIIQS, BAYNE?, Captain, !

. Brigado Adjutant, Volunteer Fore j¡.

1ST SYDNEt BATTALION V. R.-PABADeTís

full dress; Officers, 'undress. Victoria Banacks, SATURDAY, 4th February, ut 3 p.m. Band to attend

By order, i

W. CHATFIELD, Captain and Adjutant.

NO. 1 CO. S. B. V. R.-Maior's PARADE, at

Victoria Barracks, on SATURDAY, at 2.45 p.m. Full dress, whito cap covers.

1 JOHN WELLS, Captain.

SS.V.R.-Membors must complete tho MUSKETRY

. COURSE on SATURDAY at 3, Paddington Range, to become eflioient toi 1S70.

JOHN NEWSI1AM, Captain.

S

T. LEONARDS V.R.-Captain's Paiado, SATUR-

DAY, 4th, at 5.30 p.m., at Reserve. J. W. Guiso.

NO. 5 BATTERY V. A.-PARADES and DRILLS

for FEBUUARY.-Full dress, with carbines, on 7th, at 7.30 p.m. ; Garrison Gun Dull, Mrs. Macquarie's Battery, 7.30 p m 3rd and Olh. W. WILSON, Captain.

BOROUGH COUNCIL NOTICES.

BOROUGH OF VOOLLAHRA.-Distress war-

rants will bu ib n i .r nil rates left unpaid on tho 1st January. No lui iii . * . will bo given.

) / r of tho Council.

HENRY ' .:. 'ICK, Couucil Clerk.

EDUCAIfO-w...

XEDUCATION. - VACANCLfc,.- i,- a fow Pupils.

1À 353, Elizaboth-tcrraco, ,Crown-sLi c ', h 11 <y Hills.

7T y mí Ñ ÄT"s~_ i - "" tr M VÎT (248, Castlorcagh-stroot), opon from -1 '.'¡'1p.ni, Hour lesson by instructor daily. ' '

Terras, ¡C1 por quarter, '

PERSONS ADVERTISED FOR.

GEORGE CUTHBERT BROOKS and ALEXAN

" DER D. BROOKS aro requested to communicate with Captuin J. EVANS, Evansville, Newtown, Sydney. Nows of importance. ,_

S

ENRY DAVIES, pienso CALL, or send address to

GILFILLAN and CO.

M

R. C. M. S. BROWNE, of Liverpool, ploaso send

proper address to A. B., Heuald OHico._ "rVTOTICE.-If Mr. JOHNSON, who advertised for IX WILLIAM GREENLAND, about tho early part of tho year 1869, will call on board, or send his address to tho ships Ellen Stuart, now lying at Circular Quay, ho will get all information required.

MEETINGS OF PUBLIC COMPANIES.

TRUNKEY CREEK QUARTZ MINING COM-

PANY. (Limited ) Adjournment of Half-yearly General Meeting.-Notice ip hereby given, that the third half-) early general MEETING of tho proprietors ot tho nbnvo mentioned Company has boen ADJOURNED to FRIDAY, the 3rd Febru try. at 2.30 p m., at the Chamber

of Commerce, Exchange, Sydney. I

A. SIMPSON, Secretary. Sydney, January 27th, 1871.

COMMERCIAL ¡BANKING COMPANY OF

'SYDNEY. 1

Notice is herebv given that a Special General MEET- ING of the proprietors of this bank will bo held on TUES- DAY, the 21st February, at noon, at tho Head Banking

House of tho Company, Georgo-strcot, Sydney, for tho i piirposo of electing a Director jn the room of George Wil- | liani Lord, Esq., resigned. I

Candidates for tho oflico of Director aro reminded that

notico in writing must bo left at the Hoad Oilico of tho I Company, of their intention to oller themselvos to supply i

the vacant y, at least fourteen d^ys prior to tho dato of <t election, exclusive of tho day of election, and of tho day of ; leaving such notice.

By order of tho Boord,.

T. A. DIBBS, Manager. Sydney, 27fh January, 1871.

LECTURES.

A LECTUR.E »"WILLIAM WORDSWORTH-THE MAN-IHE

POSIT,"

will be delivered in i

' ' ST. MARK'S SCHOOLROOM,

by

Rov. THOMAS KEMMIS,

. -on MONDAY, February C, 1871.

'The cbait will bo taken at 8 p m. ' i ,

N.B.-Admission, Is; children, 6d. Proceeds to be "devoted to (lie Harmonium Fund ; Fiji Church Mission.

Tickets to bo obtained at St. Mark's School, and fiom

Mr. Whiting, Double Bay._( _ CJAGREJ) HEART TEMPERANCE SOCÏETY.-A O LECrUIlE will bo delivered in'the Sacred Heart Hall, on MONDAY EVENING, 6th February, 1871, by JAMES P. GARVAN, Esq. Subject-" Intemperance, its i fieri?, and what Ii eland has lost by it."

Doors open at hulf-past 7, commence at 8. !

P. J. NOONAN, Secretary. !

', BUSINESS CARDS. .

CAR i).-Mr. GEORGE, Surgeon-dentist, has! REMOVED to öl, Hunter-street, corner of Bligh-st j CARD.-French Glove, Loot, Hosiery, and Mercery i Depot. S. H. LEWIS, 10, Hunter-street,

CARD~.^Mr GEORGE SMYTlfE7slirgeo)a7dontist,

27, Hunter-street, two doors from Pitt-street

SHADLER, Baker, sends one of his carts nowj ) daily to Newtown, Enmore, and Stanmore. , ASTROLOGY.-Prof. LUCIO, the celebrated Fortnno

teller, daily. 108, Eli/abeth-street North.

LA FLORE AUSTRALIENNE.-First-class, Bedrooms, with Board, for Gentlemen. Georgo-st.

A

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SO-

CIETY {established 1849) for MUTUAL LIFE, ASSURANCE, &c. Prouts belong exclusively to members, From the magniludo of its resources it is enabled to doelare largo Bonuses. Principal Office, Now Pitt-streot, Sydnoyl

ALEXANDER J. RALSTON, Secretary. ;

c

OliNS, BUNIONS, and Defectivo Nails cured.

Feo, is. EDWARDS, Chiropodist, G, Bndge-st.

c

^ORNS, Bunions, and Defective Nails curod by Mr*.

Alexander, surgeon-chiropodist, George-st., op. C. Bkl T. R o" b~*~ë" r~ t s * s

CROWN and ANCHOR HOTEL, j i Comer of George and Market strootg. j

The Noted House for Butisb. Beer.

Y UNCHEON DAILY FROM 12 TO 3.

Grilled Steak or Chop, with half-pint of English Ale or Dublin Stout, for Ninopencc. '

E~"kNESTO SPAGNOLETTI, Professor of Singing and

Piano. Address Pierce, William-street, Woolloomooloo.

W. LOVEDAY. Pianoforte Timer and Repairor.' . , Address W. Maddock, bookseller, George-street. HENRY~BUÍST, Tobacconist, 101, King-street. Sole

' Depot for tho Cosmopolitan Aromatic Mixturo, j

"ST ¿TLJ.tN.bU, Tailor. Bestiinatenals, tit, and work' pp m nuiiisbip. Lowest chaigog. .4SI, George-street.'

ÎÎOW THYSELF.-Verb« delineations anTadvicf,

-1=. V. EDWARDS, Phrenologist, 6, Bndge-st. f

R. .H, MIDDLETON, Teacher of Pianoforte, Monî

dand Cottage, Derwent-street, Globe. j

M' ']}." J. ' ' 8, P E <N, C E R,

- ¡buigeon-dentist, 352, George-street, over Moun't

caítlo;«:', " THE PRIZE MEDAL.' f 1

,\taa avjaidrd to Mr. Spencer at the Intercolonial Exhibi-

tion, lo70. for Artificial Teoth, and Honourable Mention ht

tim Exhibition of 1809.' '_I

'TAyfR. E. READING,. Dentist, ,128, Phillip'-streit,

¡J/SL . ndinininterH tho Nitrous Oxido Gas on TUESDAY', WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY'. j

Peticrits wishing the >gas applied must make appoint-

ments tho day btifore., , , _j

TVfÉW"SOUTH"WALES CHAMBER of MANÜ Di , FACTURES. ' Odíeos-251, George-street NorÇh. TJ2lRIVA'J li Commission ."alo Rooms.-Goods received JL 'd.tily. J. 11 NORTH and CO., 278, Goorge-stroot. E~_ÈVËLAilON OF THE FUTURE.-i-Mr. BRAD

STTvELT. the col» bratcd Oriental Diviner, Astr'logor. and FjOrKino-telUr. may bo consulted daily, 1 till 6 ; and every ,c.cni'if, 7 till 10. 5G1, Kent-st., near Livorpool-st.

S~~YpN"ÊY CARPET-BEATING ,GROUNDS Rueh

teuitor Bay. ARTLETT and SON, Upholsterurs.

~\KT "gIUEVES, rianoforfeTuner andRcpaircr, Ï07,

V'V « Cn'tltri'iigh-st. ; or Reading and C6., GeorgoLst.

"^TOTTR FORTUNE TOLD BY YOUR IIAND JL WRITING.-Stato ago, sex, and where bom, and have the future revealed to you. Any quoations answered. Enclose 13 Id stamps. BRAD3TREET, 561, Kent-st.

HOTOGRAPHS of ZIGZAG ¡LINE, from mittue.

DEGOTARDI'S, 287, Goarge-pt., opp. Huntei-st.

P

LOST AND FOUND.

~B~ OST, between Goorge-street and Lyons-torracè, a JLj PURSE, with money. Reward at 527, Georgo-st.

I

OST, a MAGPIE, from Kingston Hotel, Newtown. i The finder rewarded on restoring tho stmo.

OST, a Green UMBRELLA, owner's nama on handle. Jt" A reward. 413, Crown-strcot, Surry Hills.

3r OSTT by a poor Man, a Glazier's DIAMOND. Y. U. PIERCE, William-streot. _ LOST, a CHEQUE, dated January 27th, 1871,' for   £7 18s 2d, drawn by Lord Belmore on tho Oriental   Bank, in favour of the Bible Hall as payment ; has been stopped at tho Banks. The public are cautioned against negotiating the same. £1 reward will bo paid on return-   ing 'the nbove to JOSEPH HAGGERTY, Government

House.  

^TRAYED from my Yard, a largo strofwborry'-eolourûd k3 COW: ropo round horns. Finder will bo rewarded. IL WOOLFE, Butcher, 337, Elizabeth-street. ,

STRAYED, from Newtown, 2 Bay HORSES, branded

F o\cr V near cheek; ono with hobbies on. 'Any one delivering to T. M'CARTY, Whoolwrights' Arms, Sumox-s}icet, Sydney, will rocoivo £1 reward. ,

BALMAIN.-A MEETING of tho Friends anúTSwp'

. porters uf Mr. JOHN STUART, for his return as Alderman for tho South Ward, will bo hold at Mr. IRE- LAND'S Inn, UtnliDg-Btrcot, on FRIDAY EVENING ; at Mr. TEIRNEY'S, West End Hotel, on MONDAY EVENING; on TUESDAY, at Mr. SMITH'S, Wido Bayj Hotel.

j _ At 8 o'clock each evening.

ÍJOROÚGIÍ "OF REDFERN.- SURRY HILLS

ß WARD,-Mr, J. J, Farrie Candidate for re-oJection.

SOUTH WARD, BALMAIN-ELECTORS, voto

for the return of vonr present Alderman, HENRTi PERDRI AU, Sen , at the next olco'ion

BOROUGH OF ALEXANDRIA  

NOTICE is hereby given, that the following persons have been duly nominated for the offices of ALDERMEN and AUDITORS at the forthcoming election for this

borough:-  

AS ALDERMEN- Samuel Sparkes, grazier, Mitchell

Road; John Osborne, proprietor and agent, Wyndham-street; Thomas Evans, coachmaker,   Gerard-street; William Dart, tinsmith, Botany Road; Frederick Goodsell, brick merchant, Need-     ham's Grant; George Crooks Watson, engine driver,   Mitchell Road; Lewis Haigh, woolwasher, Trafalgar Woowashing Establishment.

AS AUDITORS- John Hurst, watchmaker, Garden-

street, Patrick Queely, bootmaker, Botany Road;

Charles Henderson, florist, Camellia Grove; and   Edward De Carle, coachbuilder, Raglan-street.  

WILLIAM BRYANT,

Returing-officer  

TjT> O R O U G~H 01 T II E GLEBE

Proreedings will be taken for the recovery of all RATES not paid on or before MONDAY, tho bth 1 ebruary n»x;t

By order of tho Mayor,

W DE BURGH HOCTER,

Council Clerk

Council chambers, 2nd February, 1871_

ÖRÖUGH CTlfHE- GLEBE--NOTICE ia hereby

given, that the undermentioned persons havo boen duly Nominated for Election to tho offices of Aldermen and

Auditors - , __

AS ALDERMEN

OUTER GLEBE WARD - Jam?» Simpson, house and

land agent, Arundel terrace

BISHOPIIIORPJL WARD - Amblóse Thornley,

builder Drayton Dodt,o, Glebe Point

INNLR GLLBE WARD-George Wjgiam Allen,

solicitor, Sti ithmore Lodge, Glebe Point Road

I ORÍ ST LODGE W VRD -Frederick Ch irles Bissau,

jewel'er, St John ft Road John Henry Seamour, timber merchant, Parramatta Road Willi im Nixon, capitalist and landowner, Arundel ten ace William Redman, solicitor, Olil Pairamatta Roid Geoige Wells, auctioneer. St John s Road Joseph Doven port, boot -ind shoe manufacturer, ¿t John's Road and Ross street, George Willi uns, gentleman, Rjss

street

AS AUDITORS

Joshua Richmond "ioung merchant Heiefoid House,

Glebe Road Arthur Hill Coates Macafee, mci cb, mt Avo a House, Glebe Point Ro id William Strachm Clark, Custom-house agent I erry Rood, Glebe

GEORGE BROWN

Returning Otlicer

PUBLICATIONS. ? THl SYDNLY MAIL

SATURDAY, 1th FEBRUARY

Sporting Gazette-hnemg Programme-Turf Gossip

Latest Bellin ¡,-Cricket-Aquatic» The Chess PI«} cr

Horticultur ii Society s Autumn Dower Show A Fpecimtn of "i mKco Oficnco T iking

the frortitications

Benevolent Asylum of Now South Wales-Annual

Report

Collect ve Wisdom of New South Wales

The lourist-Goulburn-Bega District i

Among the Fi puons 'New Guinea

New Zealand-Buttai Assault--Atrocious Murder-¿The

V alkata District

Tho Cam] bellR m Australia

The Cahiornian Mail Service and the New Zealand ano]

Victorian Governments

Frightful Railwaj Accident nt Echuca

Business does not Endanger Religious Life , News from China and Japan

Agncultuiol Gazette-The land-Brooder s racts^lm

ported Pedigree Stock-The Charlicr System of i>hoeing- Tho Honey Beo-The Wax Moth-Pastoral Weather and Crops-Agricultural Items-Sunstroke m Horses-Tho Salmon as a Colonist-Trout Fishing

-Poisoned Milk Mining Gazette

Among the French Ambulances , M Thiers s Account of his Mission I Tho Designs of Russia

England, Prussia, and the Eastern Question Tho Occupation of the Quirinal I

"5tato of Pans

Scenes around Versailles

I ears of War in Turkey ,, Adventures of a Correspondent ¡ ¡

Notes on the War ! I

Sketches from Real Lifo, by Old Boomerang-Byery Man

to hie Calling, i j. ... . . , ""

Chit-Chat, by Peter'PossTtm ,Vi J ' Delta RedivrvuB (Poetry) t, ", , . |

Pert y Anecdotes . I

Public I celing In tto South of Franco , German t enstuncy , Fnglish Elementary Education Act Wonderful Surgical Operation

Why Don t thev Marry ?      

Proceedings of Parliament     Prospects of Democracv in Europe

The Soldier and the Battle     English and Foreign Miscellany.        

PUNCH. PUNCH. PUNCH.              

CARTOON-THE BODY-SNATCHERS

The Body-snatchers-Praise of the "Cuckooburra "-A  

Political Rip Van Winkle--Mr. D. Buchanan on the Divorce Bill-Ministerial Statement-Corns, Corns-- Premium Poema-Going to the Front-Buy it, Read it-Slippery Charley, Kookaburra-Bilious Essays -Sketches from the Seat of War-Avoid hard words in future-Counting Out-Sketches from Real Life in     Svdney-Kookaburras for sale-Toilers of the Anti- podes, Chap VII, &.c., &c .  

GIBBS, SHALLARD, and CO , General Steam     Printers &c , 108 Pitt-street.    

GORDON and GOTCH George-street.    

If

T

__TENDERS._

"Ö S U I J, D L R

1 ENDERS vull be lcceived on lUF^DAY, tho ltth instant foi the election of a Honra vnth Shop, on tho sito of the building latelj destrojed by fire m Hunter-street Masonrj ind brick vi ork mnj bo tendel ed for sep irately Plans and spe li ations aro I be sion at the offices Of Mr THOMAS rOWit, Nos > 0, 7, Viikcry s chambers

np O QUARRY M EN,

1 ENDERS wnntod foi snprly ol Building STONE

PaiticulaisatMi S LEVIN fa, ICI, Km¿ stießt Eist ,

IO BLILDI^RS^ÏENDÊllS aro"requu-ed fm bmhT

. uv a CHURCH at North Kui rajon" Plaus ind specificitions to he seen on application to Mi EDMUND T BLACK1 I, Pitt street, to whom tenders are tobe delivered on oi betöre MONDAY, 1 ebruary 20

No ttndei will be accepted unless it is1 perfectly satis

facfoi v

-.. . . " . . ,, ... i

TLNDLRS îequiied foi the supplv of tim tv tons ot

short Cut IRONBARK <r BO\ TIREWOOD pei week at the Redfern Railway Station Apply K Short,

coal ind wood whatf Pviinont

CIOOK S RlYxR ROAD - TENDERS arc lnTjted

J foi the Callage rcquued on this road tj be s nt to the undeisigned befoio NOON of the 10th I obi un y

inBtant

Tenders will be lcceived for 1 or for 12 months

The particulars can bo obtained on application (o Mi leale, 137, King shoot, secietary to tho trustees

TO BUILDERS -1FNDLRS required for erecting a

Residence foi Captain bcott C P M on Harcorn Glen Lstatc O II LEWIS, Architect, 302, Gcorge

sfrcet

C7~BLILlÜ~Rfa^-iLNDER-5 no lemired^foT

BUILDING i ierraco of live Houses in Kent street, for ilr W OLIFFE Flinn md i-pecificatious may be seen ttt the oil ce of Air MUNRO, ai chito t, GI, Pitt-Btieet, where tenders will be received until noon ou

SATURDAY, tho 11th Februiiy_

TENDERS wanted, for PAVIîs G -partly with ut mo

and pmtlv with buck-the yaids of tha Hot$l de France corner of King and George streets B BACK IIOUfE, Aiehitect, Bolmore-chambers, George-'itiectl

BOOKS, STATIONERY. AND MUSIC.

CHRISTMAS ANNUAI S per MAIL S1EAMER -

Bow Boll s Annual, 2s Hood s Comic, Js Routleogo s Annual, 2s Beeton s, 2s, Belgravia Annual, 2s Once a Weekes, Chnstnnstidc, Is W R PIDDINGTON

ANDST" "SÏDNÊY DIRLCTORY, 187Ï7 now

ready

S

^JANDS md M'DOUG \LL S MLLBOURNE O DIRECTORY, 1871, now icaly

NI W IN1ANÏRY J>RIl3TBOOK7Ts"Gd, or "pW _free Is lOd I and E COLE, 380, Gorge street

FAND-E~CO_.E, Booksollors and Stationers, ,.80

. and 382, Gcorgo-streot, only plaoo of business

O'

OMIC DULTS, 2s Gd carh, Love and Pndo, Two CouB^aavlVcryßOBpicjgujä, J,Rj;ADINÇ|ftnd.VO.

THE CHEAP CIRCULATING LIBRARY

16 and l8, Huntor-streot.

Subscriptions (in advanco) Monthly, Quarterly.

Ono book at the timo. Ib. Cd. 4s, Od. Two boobs at the timo. 2s. 6d. 6s. Cd. A capital assortment of NovoIb and Magazinos.

INITIAL NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES, in fancy

boxes. Letters from A to Z, only 4d. per box. W. A. COOKE, Stationer, 570, George-stroot.

RAWING PAPERS and Tracing Papers, very

cheap, at COOKE'S, 570, Georgo-streot.

D

QUITE a Novelty.-Tho Initial NOTE PAPER and

Envelopes, plain and foncy papors. To bo no4 only at W. A. COOKE'S, Choap Stationery Shop, 670, Georgo-streot. _/

CCOUNT BOOKS of ovcry description, 20 por cent.'

saved if purchased at COOKE'S. ,

A

AMUSEMENTS.

BOYAL VICTORIA THEATRE;

MONDAY EVENING, Fobruory G.

Fint Appcaranco of

FRANK nUSSEY'S MINSTRELS,

and

MAMMOTH COMBINATION.

FIFTEEN STAR PERFORMERS. )

NEW ERA IN MINSTRELSY. , j, GRAND CONGRESS or ETHIOPIAN TALENT.

MONDAY EVENING, February Gth.

It

OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE.

THIS EVENING, Friday, February 3, ' '

BENEFIT to and LAST APPEARANCE of

MiBB DOLLY GREEN, ,'

in her enjoyable Entertainment, *

THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN. ,,

To concludo With Plancho's Comic Drama,

LAVATER,

by the membors of tho Mathews' Amateur Club,1 who Lavo kindly given their sorvicos.

To-morrow livening a gioat bill, reappearance of Mr. C. II. BURFORD, Mr. und Mrs. SAM POOLE, &c. ,

pRINCE ÔF~wXlËS OPERA HOUSE"

Engagement of tho popular and talented Tragedian,

Mr. J. B. HOWE, ?'/: for a few nights only, who will appear i THI8 (Friday) EVENING, Fobruory 3,

POSITIVELY THE LAST TIME.

His first grand legitimate impersonation of ' ,

RICHARD III.

Immenso enthusiasm of tho Brilliant Audience; Gigantio

Triumph of the People's Favourite, J. B. HOWE;

the Trage'dian. i

The performance will commence' with tho Tragedy in 5

acts, ' ) j

RICHARD THE THIRD ; or tho BATTLE of BOS

WORTH FIELD.

Richard, Duko of Glostor.Mr. J. B. HOWE.

Afterwards Richard III. n

Henry, Earl of Richmond, after Henry VII. ........ I.,. .'.Mr. J. J. Bartlett. To concludo with the screaming Farco,

BETSY BAKER. ,')

Mouser.....'.'.Mr. Charles Young.

' ' > SATURDAY. .

The new Sensational Drama, in 3 acto, i ' THE STAR CHAMBER VICTIM!

With novel and exciting effects._

T bThÔWK J. B. HOWE. J. B.'hOWE.

R

ICHAltD III. RICHARD III. RICHARD III. AST TIME. , LAST TIME. LAST T,1ME.

OOK OUT FOR THE "STAR CHAMBER à, VICTIM."

S

CHOOL OF ART S. TO-NIGHT and every Evening during tho week, BACHELDERS GREAT DIORAMA of tho

AMERICAN WAR!

O and Soo the FUNERAL of tho late Prosident

LINCOLN.

Gr

O and Seo 1000 MOVING FIGURES in tho

Protesten.

G 'Ï. A

O and Seo the CHARGE of tho IRISH

BRIGADE._

GRÄND~ÄF'lERNOON PERFORMANCE on.

SATURDAY for Schools and Familios, at 3 o'clock. HE LATE MISS IRONSIDE'S

PAINTINGS AND STUDIES.

- , - ' ' u Exhibited daily from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m.

235, Pitt-stroot, near King-stroet.

Admission, One Shilling.

QWOüLXUliAT. SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH

WAL.KO.

' SHOW OF SILK, 1st MARCH, 1871. '

; The following PRIZES aro oflerod by tho Agricultural Society of New South Wales:- ' '

" SPUN SILK." ' '

lg5r 'f Tho exhibit to consist of not less than eight ounces." , First prize, £5 10s; Fécond, £3 ; third, £1 lus. '

' ' " COCOONS."

tjJJT Not leSR than nx pounds weight.

Fiist pn¿e, £5 10s ; i^cond, £3 ; third, £1 10a.

IbI. All cxhibilB must have been produced by the exhi- bitor wi!hin,tho}oar 1870.

2nd. Entries to bo made al the Socioty's Room's on or before the 25fh of February. I

3id. Non-¿ompotitiv« Exhibits will be received Without reference to quantity. '

4th. Exhibits must bo nrronipaniod by particulars con- tained in tho form of entry, nhieh can bo obtained'froia (ho Secrotary. ?> '»

JULES- JOUBERT. 227, George-street. " i

m H^if "P'"l O AV E R S H O "w.

JL _EXTENSION OF TIME. . "? 4

ORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OF , ' "NEW

, SOUTH WALES. ' ' ' ."" {

, _ ' m o it

Patron :' His Excellcnuy the Right Honorablo ího

f. . . ;EARL OF BELMORE. 'j

The AUTUMNAL EXHIBITION will bo hold THIS DAY, Friday, in the Lowor Botanic Gardons. '

HE GRAND FLORAL FETE, THIS DAY.'iopon

to tho public at 1 o clock. ' .

H~OR'ñCÜLTURAL EXÍíIBTTÍOÑT^^7wímay

bo obtained at tho principal lodgo and buttery gates. > i

H T F

LOWER SHOW. FLOVVER SHOW.-Chargo of

admission, Is ; children, Gd. >

ORTIÖÜLTURAL SOCIETY'S EXHIBITION.

Tho splendid BAND of Her Wossoll will perform during the day.

ñpiIE FLORÄITfETE.-The wholo of the Society's

JL imaqueo is elected for tho exhibits. ' '

ÏIÎ^L^RAÈTeXHIBITION open THIS DAY,

from 1 (ill (i. ,

ökticültüräl SÖCIETY~ÄUTUMNAL,

EXHIBITION in tho Lowor Botanic Gardens, ,TIIIS DAY. Admission Is ; children, Gd.

J. GELDING, Soorotàry.

FENCER'S MECHANICAL EXHIBITION,

222, Pitt-streot, opposite MosBrs. Farmer and Co.'b.

ECIIANICAL and SCIENTIFIC WONDERS.

Two hours' amusement for One Shilling,

S M

FANCY GLASS BLOWING, and Glass Spinning.

Ladies presented with specimen of spun glaeB.

ATHOL GARDENS.-ÜAlLY~EXCUR3IONS TO

THE FORTIFICATIONS.-Stoamor from Cir- cular Quay at 5,10.30 a.m., and 2 30 p.m. ; Woolloo- mooloo, fi 30. 11, and 3 pm. Return ticket, Gd. On. SATURDAY and SUNDAY next an Omnibus will run lo tho Middlo Head Fortifications.

D~ ANClNG^5ír7F.líT ^EÊ13ïbog71iriif8im~hîï

pupils that tho CLASSES will RECOMMENCE on TUEbDAY next, Fobruary 7th, at tit j usu ii hour.

147, Pitt-slreet.

"ÖYDE.-ST. ANN'S TEA MEETING and COÑI X1 CERT, THIS (Friday) EVENING. A steamer leaves Sydney at ß o'clock. Faro, Is 3d. Returning after

tho concert FREE.

T

IO DRAPERS.-Ono who understands tho trado

?wanted. J. Humphries, 088, Georgo-street.

Ty O T 1 (T-: W.

The TWEED FACTORY of the late Mr. O. B. Eba, worth is now in FULL OPERATION, and is carried on by tho undersigned. ,

Orders will bo received at tho oflloe on the premisos.

THOS. BARKER,

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