N011CB TO SHIPPERS OF WOOL por A. S.N.
CCVS HUNTER RIVER STEAMERS.-A redaction of ODO shilling per balo will bo made by this Company to shippers of wool by their Hunter River steamers, from and after this dato, und a fnrtber reduction mil be made to shippers of ona thousand balos or mora auiiog the «aeon. 8AMUBL ^^ ^"^
A. 8. N. CO.'H Wharf, Sussex-street.
r»HB AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION juus AL,D1¿0MpANY,8 STEAMSHIPS
To" WELBOURNE -CITY OF SYDNEY, TO-MOR
ROW AFTERNOON, TUESDAY, at 3.
To HUNTER RIVER.-ILLALONG, THIS MORN
INO, MONDAY, at 7 ; and COLLAROY, TO- MORROW NIGHT, TUESDAY, at li.
To CLARENCE TOWN, COLLAROY, TO-MORROW
NIGHT, TUESDAY, at 11.
To MANNING RIVER.-DIAMANTINA, FRIDAY
AFTERNOON, at 4.
To BRISBANE àirect-YARRA YARRA, THIS
AFTERNOON, MONDAY, at ö ; no cargo received
after 4 p ni.
To GLADSTONE and ROCKHAMPTON.-EAGLE,
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 5.
To NELSON, WELLINGTON, PORT COOPER, and
OTA-GO. - RANGATIRA, SATURDAY, lit
November, at fi p m.
From BRISBANE to IPSWICH.-The SAMSON and
tho IPSWICH daily.
From BRISBANE to MARYBOROUGH and ROCK-
HAMPTON.-TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, 28th Ootober and 11th November.
SAMUEL CLARK, manager.
A. 8. N. Co.'a Wharf, Sussex-street._
R. N. S, N. COMPANY.-STEAM to tho I
. HUNTER.-THIS (MONDAY) NIGHT, ot 11, the CITY OF NEWCASTLE.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 7, tho PATERSON,
to CLARENCE TOWN direct.
P. J. COHEN, manager. '
Office, foot of Market-street._j_ HUNTER RIVER NEW STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY.-Steam to and from the Hunter during tbo month of October -
FROM SYDNEY :
On MONDAY, at 11 p.m., tho CITY OF NEW
On WEDNESDAY, at 7 a m , the PATERSON. ' On WEDNESDAY, at 11 p m., the MORPETH.
On THURSDAY, at 11 p m., the CITY OF NEW-
On SATURDAY, at 7 a in., tho PATERSON. On SATURDAY, at 11 p.m , the MORPETH.
A steamer to CLARENCE TOWN direct every WED-
NESDAY, at 7 o.m.
FROM MORPETH :
On MONDAY, at 2 p m., the PATERSON. I On TUESDAY, at 7 a.m., the MORPETH. 1
On WEDNESDAY, at 7 a m., the CITY OF NEW-
On THURSDAY, ot 2 p m., tho PATERSON. ¡ On FRIDAY, at 7 a m , tho MORPETH. '
On SATURDAY, at 7 a m., tha CITY OF NEW-
P. J. COHEN, manager.
Office, foot of Market-street._ ILLAWARRA S. N. CO.'S STEAMERS
WOLLONGONG.-KEMBLA, THIS DAY, at noon ;
KIAMA, at 11 p.m.
ULLADULLA.-KEMBLA, THIS DAY, at noon.
CLYDE RIVER.-KEMBLA, THIS DAY, at noon.
MORUYA (Gulf Diggings).-KEMBLA, THIS DAY,
KIAMA.-KIAMA, THI8 NIGHT, at 11.
SHOALHAVEN. - HUNTER, TO-MORROW, at
MERIMBULA. - KIAMA, on WEDNESDAY, at
WOGONGO.-Steamor, on THURSDAY, at noon.
CAND R. R. S. N. CO.-The steamship GRAFTON,
. for GRAFTON, CLARENCE RINER. on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'olock.
_TILMOUTH F. DYE/Secretary.
STEAM to BRISBANE WATER.-Tho PELICAN,
TO-MORROW, at noon, leaving Gosford the follow- ing morning at 8 a m" on nor return to Sydney.
Pheonix Wharf, October 20._
ATSON'S BAY STEAMER.-The PREMIER,
running every day, leaving
Circular Quay Woolloomooloo Watson's Bay I0-1Ö and 2-16. 10-30 and 2-30. 8-30 a.m., 12, _Fare6d._and 6 p.m.
ANLY BEACH STEAMERS, THIS DAY.
Faro, Is. Children, 6d.-PHANTOM loaves
Circular Quny. Woolloomooloo, Manly.
10.1C, 2.1G,.6 0 10,30, 2 30 8.15,12.0. 5.0
_._S. H. WILSON, agent.
From SYDNEY. At 9 a m. and 1-4 and 6 pm. From PARRAMATTA At 7 and 11 a m., and 4 p.m.
From SYDNEY. At 0 a.m., and I and 6 p m.
From PARRAMATTA At 7,8.30, and li a.m. and 3 p.m.
Refreshments on board at moderate charges.
Return cabin, 2s. 6d. Steerage return, Is. Gd., beinsr _ NINEPENCB each way.
¡OK PORT MACQUARIE.-The MARTHA, from
tho Commercial Wharf, on WEDNESDAY next.
FIRST VESSEL FOR PORT MACQUARIB.-The
DOVE, from Commercial Wharf. Detained at the
wqnest of shippers, till TUESDAY 21st. _
LYING FISH, for WINGHAM, MANNING
RIVER.-For freight or passage, apply on board, Victoria Wharf._
Í~0Rthe MANNING RIVER.-Tho LIGHTNING,
M. SUGDEN, master, is now receiving careo,
JOHN RAYNER, Victoria Wharf.
WILLIAM AND ANN, for SHELLHARBOUR,
on TUESDAY, at noon. All goods must bo sont ¿own immediately, and lreight paid in Sydney.
_jAMES PUFFIN, agent, 105, Sussex-street, Sydney.
F~0£$AC,Ï:EAY »IVER, the MARGARET, THIS
_ EVENING. Apply on board Market Wharf.
FOR THE RICHMOND RIVER, going to Polioan
uree.-Tho schooner COMMERCE, now receiving «rgo, Bails on WEDNESDAY. b _Apply on board, Paolflo Wharf. WM. WRIGHT.
F0?. TWOFOLD BAY,-The schooner GIPSY, A.
.t,. oo.A.B,TER» maBlcr> win sail on WEDNESDAY,
the 22nd instant.
For freight or passage apply on board, at tho Viotoria wharf; orto J. HARPUR, George-street._
FOB. MORETON BAY.-Schooner DART. For
SuesexÄt t0 B' L0WTHEE> Commercial Stores,
THIRST VESSEL FOR ROCKHAMPTON-ijS-The JLfavourito regular trader HIRONDELLE, jrSED Í,n¿¿ co,n"!all|lw. is now fast loading: as she florin c*aï<Vna «1° bul* of her cargo engaged.
«tn^Ätlvdy*?ew at tte Ca8t0l0S THIS DAY,
M noon, and proceed to sea,
ÖÄ^^^^ '»ELAND, «* CO.,
"PTi!Ta-T?fSrE1'for ROCKHAMPTONdiroot.-Tho O rTnlVr A1 f»st-saüing clipper schoonor COLONIST,
villsaninafcwS6'"'" T" *"* ^'"'^ °"S° "* boff°/ S w. ÄaBe «W'y to Captain CROFT, on
a^grgfy' " to HAYNES, BROWN,
/V*LY VESSEL FOR PORT DENISON.-«- The W fovourite regular trader BUONAPARTE," W. $<*desX CD0W h0Ur'y 03tPonded)« ^ ¿Mt with
«caSo,i,pch.Äy te LA1DLttY> IRBL^D,
FOB ADELAIDE.-Tho fine first-class ship; SEA
BREEZE, 685 tons register, Captain T. R.
For light freight ant passage apply to GEORGE STABLEB, 105, Kent-street North.
ONLY VESSEL FOR AUCKLAND (thanoarest1
port to the Coromandel Gold-flolds).-*p- The' unrivalled clipper barque ALICE CAMERON! J. G.
BARRON, commander, ¡8 now f»Bt loading, and will moat, with »mick despatch. , . _,. '
For freight or passage, apply on board at tto Patent Slip
Wharf ; m to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's
OR PORT COOPER.-The brig MOUNTAIN _», MAID, hourly expected, and having the greater por- tion of her cargo, will bo diBpatched immediately after
For'freight or passage, apply .to T. G. HAWKINS, Exchange._.
OTAGO GOLD-FIELDS.-®- The first vossol away
will be the unrivalled, dipper brig SPRAY, J. M. WATT, commander. She will positively olear at the Customs THIS DAY. Shippers will, therefore, please complete their shipments, pass entries, and forward bills of lading for signature. Intending passongora will do well to inspect the arrangements of this vessel.
For fraient or passage apply on board, at tho Grafton Wharf; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's
OR THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS.-The mag-ntu jt cent Al clipper ship SILAS GRBENMAN, 1800 tons burthen, N. WEBBER, Esq, commander. Pas- sengers are particularly requested to go on board and in- spect the unequalled 'accommodation of this ship. Sho is now fitting up alongside tho Ciroular Quay, and will posi- tively proceed to eea early in the week. .
ÄKS" Accommodation for married and singlo female1).
For paesago apply only to THOMAS, _ ROWE, NORTON, and CO., Circular Quay, Lower Pitt-street.
F~ IRST SHIP FOR THE OTAGO GOLD-FIELDS.
-To »ail immediately, as her passengers are on
The SILAS GREENMAN.
For passage, apply THIS DAY, to THOMAS, ROWE, NORTON, and CO., Circular Quay._
OR OTAGO.-The brig HEBE, M'BURNIE,
master, has room for a few passengers.
Early application must bo made on board ; or to T. G. SAWKINS, Exchange._ I710R DUNEDIN, OTAGO.-Tho favorito clipper
? schooner JANE LOCKHART, Captain CLULOW, now daily oxpootcd, will again bo dispatched one week after
For freight or passago apply to MOLISON and BLACK,
OR PORT A'FRANCE.-The clipper schooner
BLACK DOG, Captain LINKLATER. Having a large portion of her cargo ready for shipment, will meot
With immediate despatch.
For particulars apply R. TOWNS and CO,_
FOR SHANGHAI.-The fine fast-sailing barque
AMALIA, 363 tons register, J. D. OLDEJANS,
For light freight or passage, having excellent aooommo dation, apply to HENRY MOORE, Moore's Wharf. 29th September, 1862._ FOR CALLAO.-The fino fast-sailing ship ERIN GO
BRAH, GEORGE BORLASE, comminder, will sail on or about 22nd instant. 'This vessel hns splendid accommodation for a limited number of passengers, for which early application is necessary. < .
Apply to Captain BORLASE, on board, «if Neutral Bay ; or to WILLIS, MERRY, and CO., 100, Pitt-street North._
FOR LONDON.-The Al «hip QUEEN BEE, 726
tons register, HENRY BARNETT, commander, will sail for the above port in December. This ship oners first-class accommodation for a limited number of cabin passengers.
For freight or passage apply to Captain BARNETT, on board; or to WOLFEN, BROTHERS, 21, Macquarie
TO PA8SENGER8 FOR LONDON.-The under-
signed will despatch tho following first-class ships as
Tons. Master. To Sail.
Jason ., 976 Stuart ,, on oth November.
Vimeira ., 1018 Swanson.. about 10th November.
LaHogae .. 1331 Williams., on 10th January, 1863. Tiptree ., 1650 PineJ .. about 1st March, 1863.
All have excellent accommodation for passengers, are well found, and commanded by gentlomen well-knawn in
For particulars apply to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO., Margaret-street._ FOR LONDON.-For Wool and Passongora only.
Ftat ship, to sail positively for February Wool Sales. -The well-known Al Aberdeen clipper ship JASON, 976 tons register, GEORGE STUART, commander, has the greater portion oí her cargo cn board, and will ho des- patched punctually on 5th Novomber.
This vessel is a favourite one with passengers, has ex- cellent accommodation, and cardos an experienced surgeon.
Apply on board, to Captain STUART ; or to GIL-
CHRIST, WATT, and CO., Margaret-street._ FORSLONDON.-The fine Al clipper ship DAPHNE,
707 tons register, D. FOREMAN, commander, will sail early in January.
For freight or passage, apply to L. and S. SPYEB and CO., Wynyard-square._ FOR LONDON DIRECT.-The Al Aberdeen clipper
ship WALTER HOOD, 918 tons register, JAMES DONALD, commander,having a considerable portion of her dead weight and light freight engaged, will have quick dispatch. Has excellent accommodation for cabin passen* gers, carries an experienced surgeon and stewardess.
Apply to ¡Captain DONALD, on board, at Smith'» Wharf ; or to JACOB L. MONTEFIORE.
ROCKHAMPTON TO LONDON direct. - The
FROWNING BEAUTY will sail in ali January
J. and W. BYRNES and CO., Sydnoy; or BYRNES. BASSETT, and CO., Rockhampton and Port Denison.
FOR CHARTER.-the A. 8. N. Co.'s steam-tug
BUNGAREE.-TENDERS for the CHARTER of the BUNGAREE will be received at the Company's Office up lo TUESDAY, the 21st instant, at noon. Fall particulars as to conditions. Sec, may bo obtained by applying to SAMUEL CLARK, manager.
A. S. N. Co.'a Wharf, Snssox-street,
ANTED, aVES3EL, to take about 20 Tons Freight for Newcastle. BROWN and SON, Market Wharf. ANTED, to CHARTER a VESSEL, to proceed
to Shanghai, via New Caledonia, or to New Cale- donia direct. For particulars, &c, apply to JAMES MACNAMARA, 32*. Qeorge-shoet. *
HARTER8 FOR GUANO.-The undersigned are
authorised to Charter Vessels for the conveyance of Guano from the Cincha Island« to the United Kingdom.
BRIGHT. BROTHERS and CO., Melbourne.
OTICE TO CAPTAINS AND OTHERS.-On and *' the 101h proximo, the fast and powerful steamship BREADALBANE will be open to engagements for tow- ing ships to and from sea at lowest pomuble rates. ADDIV
S. H. WILSON, agent, Ciroular Quay. *PPy
?pACIFIC IN8URANC.fi COMPANY.
Eales of Insurance on goeds PER STEAMERS, froeof
p. average, are as under. To or from
Percent. Percent. Brisbane or Ipswich .... i
WidoJBay . $
Rockhampton., 1J Port Denison ,,,.,.2
Melbourne. £ Hobart Town. J
Auckland (diront) ...... i Nelson.i (With $ per cent, extra
for eaoh subsequent pork.)
Clarcnoo River .j
_ Newoastle .,.,,, i On gold or Bpecie-special.
C. M. SMITH, manager.
TN^EW SOUTH WALES MARINE ASSURANCE
Bates of Insurance on goods PER STEAMERS, free of
p average, aro as under. To or from
Per ««t« Per oont.
WideBay. 5 Port Curtis.,., I
Port Denison., 2
(With j per cont, extra
for each subsequent port.)
Clarence Rivor ...,,.,. 1 " Nowoastle ...,,.,,.... A On gold or apeóle-epecial.
ROBERT GARRETT, Secretary.
\'DNEY INSURANCE COMPANY.-Notioo is ,_J hereby given that tho DIVIDEND, at the rate of ton per cent, per annum, declared at the half-yearly moot- ing of the above Company, held on the 15th instant, will bo pnyablo at the offices of tho Company on and aftor FRIDAY, the 17th of October instant.
By order of tho Board,
« A n . . ... JOSEPH DYER, secretary. Sydnoy, October 1C. J
fFH5n.iSP??T ««CES CURRENT AND A CI^TJAASJMTHIS MAIL, will bo ready for delivery THIS MONDAY afternoon, at the offices of the undersigned, 32C, George-street.
¥. GARLAND MYLREA.
PERSONS ADVERTISED FOR._ NONYMOU8 LETTER.-Will the Gentleman who J.M. sent a letter to Mrs. JOSEPH SIMMONS, Premier terrace, William-street, obligo by sending his name and address to Mrs. CLAY'B, William-street. _ IF THIS should meet the eye of JANE GODDARD,
formerly living on the North Shore, she u requested toFcndher address to Messrs. NELSON and EAQAN, thipsmith«, Argyle-street, Sydney. W. W._ IF Mrs. 8TEENE-who arrived by the Collaroy («.)
from Newcastle on the 16th instant, having with her. a little Girl from tho schooner Alma-will send her address, under cover, to E, E., HERALD Office, she will greatly obligo._ JOSEPH MARTIN, late in the employ of E. D. W.
LARKIN, Esq., Appin, is earnestly requested to communicato with his Brother HORACE, FoBt-offlce, ,Nululbin, Rockhampton._j JOHN SIMPSON, son of John" Simpson, native of
Percy Main, Northumberland, England, who ist supposed to have been in Sydney about 20 years, and is about 44 years at ago, you can hear of your cousin GEORGE SIMPSON, by addressing a letter' te the Buninyong Gold Mining Company, Buninyong, Victoria. Any ono knowing his whereabouts would oblige Iby sending
his address as above. '
MRS, TOPPING is requested to call or send hor
ADDRESS to 33, Stanley-street, Woolloomooloo as her child has returned from Brisbane._
ERCIVAL HART, late of Beddiwrham, Snsaox,
last leard of at Eden, Twofold Bay,-WRITE home or to your old sohoolfellow, TOM GIBBS, P. O., Chewton, Victoria. Anyone giving information would greatly oblige,_
AMUEL BURRIDGE, who loft England in Februiry ^J last for Sydney,-your uncle 8AMUEL MARKS will be elad to see or hear from you. Address SAMUEL MARKS, caro of Mr. William Austin, Raglan and George streets, Waterloo, Sydney._
ANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.-NOTICE is hereby given that the HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the proprietors of this Bank will be held at the Banking-houso, Goorgo-streot, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of October instant, at noon, to consider tho report of the Board of Directors to bs then made ; to eleot a direotor in the room of J. S. Willis, Esq., who retires by rotation ; to elect auditors for the ensuing year, and to consider such other matters as may thon bo brought for- ward by the Board of Directors, relating to tho affm'ra of the
By order of the Board of Directors,
R. WOODHOUSE, General Manager.
By the 45th olause of the Deed of Settlement, it is pro- vided that every proprietor who shall become a candidato for the office of director shall give notice thoreof to the Board of Directors, in writing, fourteen days before the day of
Bank of New South Wales, Sydney, 8th October, 18C2.
ANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.-Notioe is hereby
given, that WILLIAM WALKER, Esq., is a can- didate for the office of Director in this Bank, and has given duo notice thereof, in terms of the Deed of Settlement.
_ROBERT WOODHOUSE, general manager.
NEW SOUTH WALES MARINE ASSURANCE
COMPANY.-NOTICE is horeby given, that the TwentySecond Half-Yearly General MEETING of the Proprietors of the New South Walos Marine Assurance Company wilLbe held in the Company's Offloe, George street, Sydnoy, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of Oc- tober instant, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, to reçoive the report of tho directors for the half-year ended the 30th ultimo, to elect a director in the room of Samuel D. Gor- don, Esq., who retires by rotation, and to transact such other business as may be brought before the meeting, in terms of the deed of settlement.
By order of the 'board,
ROBERT GARRETT, secretary, Sydney, 8th October.
By the 34th olause of the Deed of Settlement, proprietors becoming candidates for the office ef director, are required to give fourteen days' notice thereof to the Board of Di- rectors, in writing, to be left with the Secretary, at the Company's Office. _
ANCASHIRE RELIEF FUND.-A MEETING
of the general committee will bo hold at the Town Halt, THIS DAY, the 20th instant, at 12 o'clock noon precisely ; at which all those gentlemen who were ap- pointed members of the committee at the public meeting held on the 19th July lost are respectfully requested to
¡ W^^^IONÎMP* ) H°h°rary Secretaries.
npHE NEW SOUTH WALES TOTAL ABSTIN 3. ENCE SOCIETY will hold Meetings every MON- DAY EVENING in the City Mission Chapel, corner of I Sussex and Liverpool streets; in Botany Road Chapel,
every TUESDAY EVENING; and Paddington, every I WEDNESDAY EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
, Friends are solioited to attend.
EAF AND B-UMB INSTITUTION.-A Public MEETING in behalf of this institution will be held in the Mssonio Hall, York-street, on THIS EVEN- ING, the 20th instant. His Excellency Sir John Young will take the chair at half-past seven.
_E. 8. WILSON, hon, secretary.
0. 2 COMPANY 8. B. V. R.-A special Company
Drill will take place THI8 EVENING, at 7.30. A full muster is requested OB there will bo an inspection of arms and accoutrements, and afterwards to elect a corporal, Tice Wilshire resigned. The ballot will close at 9 o'dock. _W. C. WINDEYER, Captain.
SOUTH SYDNEY COMPANY. - All members are
requested to attend the PARADE, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNINO, at 6.15, on Cleveland Paddock.
JOHN DAWSON, Captain. _
CRICKET.-The Annual MEETING of Members of
the New Sonth Wales Cricket Association will be held at Mr. C. Lawrence's Cricketing Depot, on TO-MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Business-Adoption ef annual report, and election of
J08EPH R. CLAYTON, honorary secretary.
C~~ RICKET.-NATIONAL C. C-A MEETING of
this Club TO-NiqpT, at LAWRENCE'S, George street, at 8 p.m._
HE CREDITORS of Mr. JAMES DEAN, late of Macquarie-place, merchant, aro requested to meet at the offloe of Mr. Robert Gilfillan, in Mncquarie-plaoe afore- said, on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd October instant, at half-past 2 in the afternoon, when a statement of his affairs will be laid before them. ROWLEY, HOLDSWORTH, and GARRICK, 120, Elizabeth-street, 18th October.
HE SYDNEY MAIL.-AGENTS for this journal
must lodge their orders far the quantity they may require of the Town Edition with the counter clerk not -later than 8 o'clock on FRIDAY EVENING.
VENING TELEGRAM AND METROPOLITAN
ADVERTI8ER.-The first number of this Journal will be published THIS EVENING, at 6 o'clock, price Id. Publishing Office, 120, King-street.
UCHANAN'S SKETCH of JAMES MARTIN BeoMAiTLAKDENfiiON of SATURDAY. 8, Bridge-st. NA1IONAL EDUCATION-Applicants for tho Ap-
pointment of tis Dintriot Inspector, under tho superintendence of tho Board of National Education, are respectfully informed that tho ooloo has been conferred upon Mr. Edwin Johnson, of Deniliquin.
.,,,", W. O. WILLS, Seoretary. National Education Offlco, Sydney, 17th October, 1862.
OTICB-UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA
A Branch of this Bank will ba opeuod immediately at ROCKHAMPTON, Queensland.
JOHN F. M'MULLEN, Inspector and General
17th Uotober, 1862.
OTICE.-The undersigned will REMOVE on 1st
January, 1803, to New Stores in Olarenoe-street, now being erected by Captain Russel!. CHURCH.
N.B.-Their present premises are to LET for ona year or
THE uadersigned have OPENED a BRANCH
of their Firm at BRISBANE, Queensland, and aro prepared to transact any commercial or agency business that may bo entrusted to their caro.
BRIGHT, BROTHERS, and CO. Molbourno, September 23,1862.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership hitherto exîsting between the understgned. POLLOCK and MILLAR, as storekeepers, at the Gulf Diggings, has this day been DISSOLVED.
All debts due by the said Pollock and Millar will be settled by the said JAMES POLLOCK, who will receive
all debts due to the firm,
Sydney, 17th October, 1862.
Witness-T. C. ROBINSON.
CAUTION-The publio aro informed that ten £50
NOTE FORMS of tho Oriental Bank Corporation, NOB. 461 to 470, dated 1st January, 1856, having boon stolen, payment ia stopped at the bank._
WHALEBOAT tor SAL*. Apply to Mr. COIF.
lONGREGATIONAL HOME MISSIONARY
JilUAXiUAX >vii AU *_WM*._* __,-.-_.-- _??
v /SOCIETY FOR NEW SOUTH,WALES.
The Annual Public MEETING will be held in the Con- gregational Church, Pitt-street, THI8 EVENING (Mon- day), -the 20th Instant. The choir will be taken at seven o'clock. The report of the Society for the past year will be read, and tho meeting will be addi eased by several ministers}
The United Communion Service will be held at tho Pitt street church on the WEDNESDAY EVENING at half-' past seven. Christians of other Churches desiring to join with their brethren on this oecasion will be heartily
Collections will be made after each aervioe._ rriHB OUTGOING MAIL.-As tho Mail will leave on
I Wednesday morning, the Annual MEETING of tho Congregational Home Missionary Society will be held in the Congregational Church, Pitt-street, THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, instead of Tuesday,,»* previously advertised._.
NNIVER8ARY SERVICES ef tho 'AUSTRAL A8IAN WESLEYAN MISSIONARYSOCIETY, (Sydney East Circuit.)
THIS (Monday)-VENING, a publio MEETING will beheld in the Wesleyan Church, Bourke-street. Tha chair will be taken by William Love, Esq., M.L.A.
Publio Meetings will also be held-To-morrow, at Dow ling-slroet ; on Wednesday, at Paddington,;and on Thurs-
day, at Waverley.
Chair to bo taken at half-past 6 pm.
A collection in aid of the funds will ba'made^on eaoh oc- casion., , __ _
The meetings will he addressed by the Revs, the PRE- SIDENT of Conference, S IRONSIDE, R. HARTLEY, - MONEYMENT, J. EGGLESTON. J7 S. FORD HAM (ona visit from Fiji), J. A. MANTON, W. CUR NOW, G. HURST, and other gentlemen._
HE DIRECTOR of the BOTANIC GARDENS will
commence a course of LECTURES on Botany, on THURSDAY, the 23rd inBtant, at half-past i o'clock p.m , to bo continued at tho same hour on each succeeding
MONDAY and THURSDAY.
The Lectures will be free to the public, and the course will comprise Systematic, btructural, Geographical, and Fossil Botany. _^___ BAZAAR, BAZAAR, BAZAAR.-A LECTURE in
coDnectios with the BAZAAR, to liquidate tho DEBT on the Hall of Temperance, Pitt-street, will bo given in tho HALL, THIS EVENING, October 20th, on "The Claims of Total Abstinence," by tho Rev. Dr, STEEL, formerly member of the Council of the United Kingdom Alliance, and editor of MEI.IOIU, a quarterly review of social science. Chair taken at 8 o'clock precisely, by the Rev. R MAN8FIELD. Admission free, A col- lection at the close._
EM.EMBER tho BAZAAR at the TEMPERANCE
HALL, will open on TUE8DAY, at 3 o'dook.
THE BAZAAR, to relieve the DEBT on the Tem-
perance Hall, commonoes on TUESDAY, 3 o'clook instead of 7 o'dook_
O RAFFLING at tho TEMPERANCE BAZAAR.
Pitt-street ; every article marked in plain figures.
¡R1ENDS of Temporáneo, rally round the BAZAAR
at tho HALL, in Pitt-Btreet,
SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, m aid of the House of
fho Good Shepherd,-As the whole of tho articles were not disposed ot at the Bazaar held iu the George street Market, tho committee have determined upon holding a Supplementary Bazaar in the Hall, St. Mary's Seminary, THIS EVENING. Admission, la._
THE VOLUNTEER BAND at the Bazaar iu the
Seminary THIS EVENING._
fl^HOSE who have not as yet contributed towards the JL House of the Good Shepherd will have an opportunity of doing so THIS EVENING._ THEBAZAAR will open at 6 o'clook. Raffles not dis-
posed of at the Ute Bazaar will positively come off
ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE
LesBee, Mr. William Dind.
Upper Boxes..One Shilling,
(ST Last Week of the engagement of the eminent artiste,
Mr. BARRY SULLIVAN, who will appear in his thrilling impersonation of
SIR GILES OVERREACH,
ïn A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS, .
Universally recognised as one of the most finished and powerful performances on the modem stags ; supported by (erode, publio estimation) the best selected company in
Mr. H. N. WARNER in USED UP.
THIS (Monday) EVENING, October 20th, Will bejpresented Massinger's celebrated Play of I
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS.
Sir Giles Overreach . Mr. Barry Sullivan,
To concludo with Beurcicault's Comedy of
TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, Ootober 21st, Special Night, under the patronage and presence of the Commander of the Forces, Colonel Hamilton, and the Officers of H. M, 12th Begiracat, on which occasion the splendid band of the Regiment will attend, when will be performed the elegant Comedy ef
A MATCH FOR A KING.
Don Çosar de Bazan.Mr. Barry Sullivan.
And the classical Tragedy of MBD E A._
LYCEUM THEATR B.
Dress olrcle, 4s. ; parquette, 2s. ; gallery, 6d. ; pit, Is*
Misa JOEY GOUGENHEIM in her wonderful characters of
ANNE CATHERICK and LAURA r AIRLIE, in the extraordinary and thrilling drama of
THE WOMAN IN WHITE,
which will be produced with new scenery, by W. J. Wilson; machinery, by J. Kain ; properties, by H. Vorrall ; muslo, by P. _3dam ; the drama produced under the direction of Mr. 0. W. Barry.
THIS EVENING, Monday, Ootober 20, and every evening nntil further notice, will be presented the wonder- ful drama (from Wilkie Collins' remarkable novel) entitled,
THE WOMAN IN WHITE.
The cottage of Walter's mother, on the Hampstead Road -The gap in the h6dge-Sudden appearance of the Woman in White-Is that the road to London .'-The first fore- shadowing of the secret-The pursuer and the escape, "Stop her!"-A woman in white, " Would to heaven I knew Bhe were safe"-Dissolving tableau. A lapse of three months is supposed to take place between the prologue and
LImmeridge Churchyard-The Woman in White at the tomb-Marriage settlements-Walter departs for South America-Tho wedding-Dissolving tableau-The Woman in White pointing to the gathering storm.
A lapBe of six months-Library in Blackwater Mansion, Hampshire-The wily Italian !-The ruined boathouse .' Marion's dreaming tableau-Sloeping chamber In Count Fosco's house-The question of identity-You are mad,
The tomb of Lady Glyde ¡-Water discovers the socrot The vcBtry in flames-The rescue-Horrible death of the imposter and forger-Public recognition of Laura, Lady Glyde-The Woman in White at rest.," Like a shadow she first came to us in the loneliness of the night, like a shadow she passcB away in the loneliness of the grave." Dissolving tableau !
To conclude with the laughablo taroo of
COLLEEN BAWN SETTLED AT LAST.
Doors open at a quartor-past 7 ; performance commença at 8 precisely ; Box Office open from 11 till 3 daily.
REITMAYBR'S AUSTRALIAN TUSSAUD'S
GALLERY OF WAX LIFE-MODELS.
(Pitt-Btreet, next to Mr. Nome's), I« daily visited by delighted hundreds.
Subjects .-Two magnificent groups of tho lamented ex- plorers, BURKE, WILLS, and KING !
IßT GARDINER, the notorious bushranger.
<ßT EMMET, tho Irish patriot, before oxeoution. I THE FIRST SETTLER, &c., &c, &o. I _Admission, Is. ; ohildren, Gd.
ANC1NG ACADEMY, 103. Elizaboth-stroot, near King-streot. Mr. W. CLARK'S Quadrille Assembly
I THIS EVENING, Monday._
DANCING.-Mr. W. CLARK'S Classes on Mandays
and Wednesdays, rrivato leesons given. 103,
ARRAMATTA ASSEMBLY ROOMS.-Mr. W.
KING begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Parramatta, that he will open a DANCING ACADEMY, at Mr. N. Paten's, Private Rooms, on WEDNESDAY
R. W. KING'S DANCING ACADEMY, et tho
Odd Fellow's Hall. Clawes meot on TUESDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS. Visitors admitted by ticket_
STRAND BALL.-A Grand Boll will take place at Mr.
Vale's, Warwick Castle Hotel, Balmain, on TUES- DAY, 21st instant. N.B.-The City Quadrille Band 1 (16 performers) will be in attendance.
|_ A. BROWN, secretary.
EWTOWN.-DiBBolvins; Views.-Mr. JACKSON
, will exhibit Views WEDNESDAY, 22nd, Wesloyon
OLONIAL TREACLE and Golden Syrup, in any quantities, may be bad at the Old Bugar Works, Liver- pool-street; or delivered In any yart of 8ydnoy or Buburba »twgar-houseprioo. THOMAS PERIGO.
fTIEN SHILLINGS REWARD-LOST, on Friday J. last, a Silk Watch GUARD, mounted'with gold. To be left at Meacher'ß Hotel, bottom-of Dowling-street, ?Woolloomooloo._ LOST, a Mourning RING, with an inscription inside,
The finder will bo rowaTded by bringing it to Mrs. S. COHEN, 15, O'Connell-Btrcet,_ LOST, on Saturday night last, on the South Hoad
Road, between the Race-course and Riloy-street, a i Girl's Green SILK DRESS, Whoever will restore the ¡ sameto Mr. MULRONEY, grooer, South Head Road,1 will be rewarded._ A LL PERSONS having CLAIMS upon the Estate of' A. JOSEPH LEVY, late of Berrima, innkooper, de- ceased, are requested to forward samo to the undersigned, on or before tho 1st November next, or they will not be recognised; and all persons indebted to the said estate aro requested to pay the amount due to the undersigned, to prevent legal prooeedings. BICHARD DRIVER, soli- citor for the estate, 176, Pitt-strept, Sydney.
ÍTHOGRAPHS of tho EXTENSION TOWN of |
EMU now ready for delivery. Apply to
_MORT and CO. | T' OWN OF EMU-GREAT LAND ' SALE, at I
Beatson'» Hotel,' Penrith, on TUESDAY, 21st
Mt.U_ MORT and CO.
¿niHRISTIE'S POINT, PYRMONT. '
To Steamboat Proprietors, Coal, Timber1, and Ballast
WHARF ALLOTMENT, with deepwater frontage to tho
harbour, oloso to tho bridge and proposed railway terminus, ] for private SALE on literal terms. _""_"
| *_RICHARDSON and W-RENOH.
UNRESERVED SALE, by ORDER of the MORT-
GAGEES - MOUNT GILEAD, MENANGLE
RAILWAY STATION.-This valuable estate, comprising j 2006 ACRES, with extensive and valuable improvements, and extending from tho Appin Road to the Nepean River, will be positively sold on MONDAY, 3rd,November, at 11 o'clock, at tho Sale Rooms, Pitt-street, Sydney.
RICHARDSON and WRENCH.
AGISTMENT for two horses ARTLETT and SON,
Sydney Carpet Grounds, Rushoutter's Bay._ ARPETS TAKEN UP. thoroughly beaten andro-laid,
or altered for other rooms, ifgr Club-housos and hotels liberally doalt with. AR1LETI' and SON, upholsterers, Sydney Carpet Grounds, Rusheuttor's Bay.
ÍT1USTOM HOUSE HOTEL, Macquarie place-JOHN Vy W. ANDREWS bogs to inform his friends and the public in general ho has taken the above hotel, and trusts, by strict attention, combined with modorato charges, and keeping the beBt of wines, spirits, &o., ts deserve their pationago, N.B.-An ordinary at 1 o'clock daily,_
ORNS-Corns, Bunions. Defective NailB, and all im
puritieB of the feet, CURED without tho slightest pair, by Mr. ALEXANDER, surgoon-ohiropodist, 324, \ Gcrrge-atroet, Sydney._
R. BERNCASTLE, Surgeon, Accoucheur, Oouliat,
and Anrist ; Surgeon to the Sydney Eye Institution for (he cure of diseases of the Eye and Ear. At homo from 9 to 11, 2 to 3, 6 to 8, 229, Maoqnario-Btreet._
AWKBRS' LICENSES for tho Colony. - Mr. DELOHERY has all the new forms. Ollice, Park st. IFELIKE PORTRAITS, from 2s. 6d , at PICK BR
ING'S, 612, George-street South._ MR. J.RUSbELL JONES,solicitor, has REMOVED
his offices to 179, Castlereagh street, over A. Lenehan's._
EMOVAL-The ollices of Mr. WEAVER, Engineer
and Architect, from 320, Goorgo-street, to Mort's buildingfl, Pitt-street._ REMOVAL.-Mr. H. G. A. WRIGHT, Surgoon, to
Carlton-torrace, Wynyard-square, second houso from Erskine-Btreat._ SPRING VANS.-Furniture carefully packed and
removed to any distance. C. KEBBY, HERALD agent, Newtown._ TO SETTLERS land others.-Wools classed and re-
packed at one farthing per lb. Damaged wools dried, re-packed, and made merchantable.
FREDERICK EBSWORTH, Bxohango-buildings.
WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES.-The undersigned has
made epeoial arrangements with his correspondents in France to have the goods offered there, although shipped to London, thereby securing the best of the two markets, will [make liberal advances upon the above produce con- signed through him.
VIAL D'ARAM, 8, Maoquarie-placo.
OOL.-Tha undersigned is prepared to mako liberal
advances on Wool and other Produce, consigned to him for sale, or for shipment to Messrs. Robert Brooks and Co,, of London. R. PEEL RAYMOND, 19, Bridge street, Sydney._
WATERLOO MILLS WOOL-WASHING ESTA-
BLISHMENT.-The undersigned is prepared to receive any amount of Wool in grease, either to Hand wash or Scour ; all cartage free ; charge aa usual,, olean fleece wool classed and repaoked for the English market.
N.B.-Wool bought and sold on commission.
The proprietor resides on tho establishment and super in-
_ THOMAS HAYES, Sydney.
W WILMINGTON, is making a shipment of
. PARCELS to PICKFORD and CO., per Jason, for the United Kingdom, New York, and tho Continent of Europe. Small parcels, Is. 118, Prince-Btreet, Sydney,
JONES, Paper Bag Maker and Printer, 803, George-street South, Railway Bridge.
MONEY TO LEND, on soourity, "7 per cent., in
large sums ; smaller sums, say from £50 to £500, according to agreement. Money ready in two hours after approval. Apply, personally, to Mr. S" 17, O'Connoll street, every day betöre 11 o'clock. Agenta need not tako tho trouble to apply.
TAT10N8 and STOCK.-Any amount of money pro-
cured or advanced ; interest low. FORBES, King-st,
WILL BE GIVEN for JÜ10 for 4 months. Security, bill of sale. J , HEIIALD Of tico.
A LADY, Tesiding in a delightful situation on the
Parramatta R'ver, wishes fur two little GIRLS to educate with her own; every care taken, aud they would have the comforts of home. Address B. C, HLUU.D Office. A RESPECTABLE young Man wants a SITUA-
TION ; is a first-rate milker, and would undertako the management of a dairy ; he can drive well. Town or country. J. B , 5, Crown-streot, Woolloomooloo.
COACHMAN and GARDENER-Wanted, in a
gentleman's family, a few miles from town, a re- spectable middle-aged single man competent to drive a pair; wagos, £52a-tear. Persons answwing tho above descrip- tion only can apply to Mr. SENIOR, chomist, Goorgo etreet, Sydney._
OY WANTED. STEPHENS and DRINK- WATER, iron bedstead manufactory, 300, Pitt-at.
ÈESWAX. BEESWAX-Wanted, a few tone. W. LARMER, 313, George-street,
C1ARPENTERS Wanted. Good wages given. Apply
/ to Mr. F. H, GRUNDY, Messrs. W. Dom and CO.'B, Pitt and O'connell streets, Sydney.
OVERNESS Wanted. Apply to SMITH and WELLS, Hunter and Phillip street«.
HOUSE and PARLOUR MAIDS. Cooks, and General
Servante, for Engagement, Fomole Homo, Dar-
IN THE COUNTY of CUMBERLAND, or there
abouts. - Wanted, to purchase an ESTATE and HOMESTEAD,; with good houso, &o. Particulars to HOMESTEAD, Parramatta, will meot with attention.
ABOURERS WANTED, for tho Orimbah Steam
Saw Mills, Brisbane Water. Apply W. JOLLY and CO._
MILLER.-Wanted, by a thoroughly competent
Miller, a SITUATION ; first-rate references given from lost employer. Address O. P., HIÍRVLD Office.
ADDOCK8- Wanted, to PADDOCK two or toreo __. Horses for a few weeks ; must bo good and secure, and within four miles of Sydney, near the railway. Address PADDOCKS, HEKALD Office._
HTRT-MAKERS ttquirod. Apply, with spcoîraon, » BUTLER'S Manufactory, Markot-street.
SUBURBAN VILLA.-A first-rate tenant wants a
good family Cottage, built or to bo built, with" about two acres of ground, east of Sydney. Water frontago pro fcrred. Apply to W, P. WOOLCOTT, Exchange-comer. SAWYER Wanted, lo cut limber on tho Addorton
Eftato, two and a-half milos from Parramatta.
Apply to R. TOWNS. _ S~ T. MARK'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Macquarie
Fields, Liverpool.-WANTED, a thoroughly com- petent MATHEMATICAL MASTER, of English uni- versity standing and expérience in teaching. As the nomination to this mastership is confided to tho Professor of Mathematics in tho University of Sydney, tho Principal will only troublo him with the names of gentlomoa of un- questionable character and ability, who aro members of tho Church of Euglnnd, and unmarried
Salary, £200, bordea liborul allowances.
1 G. F. M'ARTHUR, Prinoipal.
IO STATION HOLDERS-BMPLOYMfclN fon a ? sheep or cattle station WANTE D, by a Young Man nearly l8 years of age, who would give his first yoarXBor-" viccB irratuitouBly. Exclusive of previous education, ha has been upwards of four years at the Sydney Grammar School'. Apply ito W. M. P., 139, Phillip-Btreet, Sydney. ? ?
TO ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTSMEN and othorg1.
' -Wanted, a thoroughly qualiûod ARCHITECTS ASSISTANT. Must be o first-class draftsman, ana com, pcteatte superintend buildinea. Apply, with reforenoes, before 11 a m., to Mr. WEAVER, engineer and arohiteéft Mort's-buildings, Pitt-street. "? '
IO BUSHMEN and others.-WANTED, ' KNEES
and CROOKS, at OUT-BBRT'S Shipyard.
,0 DRAPERS.-Wanted, Two good HANDS. Apply
at 9 a m., FRANCI8 FAHEY, , -
TO BAKERS.-Wanted, a firet-olass HAND for Malt
land. Apply to Mr. T. O'NEIL, confectioner.
TO TAILORS.-Wanted, first-olass Coat and Trouser
HANDS ; constant work guaranteed. G. CHIS- HOLM and CO., next the Post Office, Georgo-stfoet. ? ?*
O DRAPERS.-Wanted, two Young LADIE8. 81
and 83, South Head Road._¡_ 0 DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.-Wantod, seven good
pushing Hands. J. E. GERHARD, 6S8, Brlok field-hill._
110 ' HOTEL PROPRIETORS and Publioans.-A
miart, activo, thoroughly experienced Batman is open foran ENGAGEMENT ; first-class testimonialsjaudjefet ences. Address, until Thursday, Pitoor, HERALD Oflloe»
TANTED, 2 BILLIARD MARKERS; refèroncô 1 requirod. Apply TATTBRSALL'S Hotel.
ANTED, to buy or soil Loft-off CLOTHES. W.
BAYNES, 267, Kent-street, corner of Erskine-at» ANTED, COOK, for the country. Apply Tatter»
ANTED, a little GIRL, to bo useful in a small
family. Apply No. l8, Edward-st., Surry Hllla.
ANTED, Two good General FITTERS, Apply
to G. JOHNSON, Forbes-stroot, Woolloomooloo.
ANTED, a rospectable Female as General
SERVANT. Mrs. SABER, 602, Goorge-streoU VK7 ANTED, a BOY, to deliver moat. H. QUINLAN, V* Market-street._
ANTED, a good COOK and LAUNDRESS; also,
a General SERVANT. 219, Maoquatic-stroet.'
ANTED, a flrst-olass COOK. COHEN'S Family
Hoti 1, Wynyaid-squaro. _ ANTED, a Central SERVANT. Apply to SMITH
and WELLS, Hunter and Phillip streets, i
ANTED, aFemalo SERVANT. Mrs.SOLOMON,
68, York-street. _______
ANTEO, a steady active GIRL, 14 or 15, for houM
work. Apply 237, Mticquarie-slreot. ,
ANTED, a Female SERVANT. Mr. HAWKINS,
Burwood Hotel, Burwood Station._ ANTED, SITUATION, by a roipeotablo MAN,' in
Store or Butcher's Shop. C. P., HERALD Otlice.
AN 1 ED, a General SERVANT. Mrs. PALMER,
Äiley-streot, two doors from Woollooniooloo-strèet.
ANTED, a respectable young Person, aa DRESS- MAKER. R. WILSON and CO,, 263, PItt-strèot.
ANTED, a good COOK. Apply at Moor GJifT Lodge, Miller's Point, between the hours of 9 and 2.
ANTED, a GIRL, to assist in Housework. *_3Í
ANTED, a young LAD, to drive a baker's cart.
A. SMAIL, Millor's Point.
ANTED, a respectable LAD, for a light business.
F. SMITH, 97, King-street.
ANTED, a GIRL, to help in the house. Apply
MM. GODWIN, 75, Sussex-street North.
ANTED, aPORTER. RICHARD GRIFFITHS,
86, King-Btreet. _
ANTED, a LAD, to look after a oony and phaeton,
and be useful about house. 263, Castlereagh-at.
ANTED, a BOY, to look after a, aorso. Apply this
morning, C. TEAKLE, Wynyard-street,
ANTED, a COOK, also ^KITCHBNMAID.
Paragon Hotel, Circular Quay._ w
ANTED, a GIRL, aged about 14 years, to nurse
and to make herself useful. 1*7, Woolloomoolooi-gt.
ANTED, TEAMS, for Carcoar, to convey 20 tons.
Apply H. VAUGHAN, Phillip and King street«.
ANTED, a LAD, accustomed to a Flour Mill.
VAUGHAN, Phillip and King streets.
ANTED, a SERVANT. Apply at Mrs. GOOD- MAN'S, 666, Bricknold-hill.
ANTED, good General Servant« ; also, a little Girl,
about 12. Registry Ofllco, Pairamatta-stroet.
ANTE D, a Femalo General SERVAN T. Apply ta
BROWN and SON, Market Wharf,
ANTED, smart strong LAD. Apply H. WAIT,
ANTED, a Femalo SERVANT. Apply.Picton
Arme, Campboll-Btreet, Haymarket,
ANTED, a GIRL, to help Housowork. Apply to
Mrs. SPEERIN, King'o Head, Lower George-st.
ANTED, a good General SERVANT. Apply 4,
TTTTTANTED, a strong BOY to make himself useful ona SMITH, Brickfield-hll
farm. Apply to JAMES and CORMIOK -.MM._.
ANThD, a WET-NURSE. Apply between the
hours of 9 and 10, at Dr. MILFORD'S, Premier terrace, William-street.
WANTED, a respectable Young Woman as NUR9f '
and NEEDLEWOMAN. Apply to- Mr ROBERTSON, 19, Cowper-terrace._,
ANTED, a young GIRL as General Servant.
Apply at No. 14, Collins-street, off Crowa-atreet, Surry Hills._'
WANTED, COUPLE-Man, groom, able to drive;
Wife, cook and laundress. Registry OfflceyParra
ANTED, a FARM LABOURER, who oan milk
and plough. Apply to Mr. CLEEVE, Charlotte
ANTED, a competent Man COOK. Sydney and Melbourne Hotel, corner Kout and Margaret streets. Good wages.
WANTED, an experienced NURSE, also a good
COOK (Piotestants). The HOMH, 195, Oastlo
ANTED, a thorough General SERVANT (English),
who understands plain cooking. Good rofuronoea required. Apply 317, George .Btreet.
WANTED, a smart LAD, to make himself generally
useful. Hyde Park House, apposite St, James" Church._
ANTED, a MAN and WIFE, as Farm Servants.
Apply Mrs. PHIEBE M'CALLAN, Registry Offico, 4, Jamison-strcot.
WANTED, Nursemaids, Housomaida, Cooks, Gonoral
Servants, for the country ; also, Married Couples end Boy. J. C, GLUE, 1C2, Pitt-street. _
AITRESS, Cooks, Laundress, good Servant for
Picton. Goneral Servants for hire in town. Mrs, Capps, King-street.
ANTED, a SITUATION as Companion, or Lady
Housekeeper, in a first-class family. Add ross H. M, L., Newtown.
ANTED, a respectable Young WOMAN, to cook
and assist in the housowork. Apply, betweon 10
and 1 o'clook, to Mrs. FAVENC, Cahora, Maclooy-atroet,
ANTED, a thorough Goneral SERVANT that
understands washing and Ironing. To a com- petent person good wages will bo glvon. Roforonoes re- quired, Apply No. \7, Prince-street North._ W~ ANTED, by a Widow Lady, a useful litüo GIRL.
For address apply to Mrs. HOGARTH, Union ttrcet, Pyrmont, two doors from Pyrmont Bridge Hotel. Apply after 9 o'clock._ WANTED, to proceed to Maitland, a woman as COOK
and Laundress. Apply at 281, Pitt-stroet, betwoon tho hours ot 9 and 1 a.m. ; none but those fully compotent need apply.__^_
ANTED, a good COOK and LAUNDRESS.
Testimonials required. Apply botwoon 10 and 1, to Mrs. FREDERICK DANGAR, 1, Lankdly-torraco, Macleay-street, Woolloomooloo.___
ANTED, a TEAMSTER, for tho Southorn Distriots;
a Man Cook, for an Hotel in Queensland ; Garden Labourers, and an Office Lad. S. ASHLIN, 139, Pitt street, opposite Union Bank.
ANTED, by a middle-aged Woman, the 81TUA
TION of HOUSEKEEPER to ono or two Gen- tlemen, in or out of Sydney. Enqnlro at Mrs. GAPPS' office, King-eü-eet ; or 418, Ke»t-street, near Druttt-stieet,