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FUNERALS

THE FRIENDS of Mr. JAMES S. HUTHNANCE

are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased FATHER, Mr. John Huthnance, of Menangle,   to leave the Mortuary, Redfern, at half-past 3 o'clock, THIS DAY, Tuesday, 6th instant. J. BOCKING, Undertaker, Campbelltown.

THE FRIENDS of Mr. HUGH FRASER are re- spectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased     BROTHER-IN-LAW, John Keary ; to move from his residence, 33, Riley-street, Woolloomooloo.

THE FRIENDS of the deceased Mr. JOHN KEAREY,

Coachbuilder, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral ; to move from his late residence, No 33, Riley- street, Woolloomooloo, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at a quarter to 3 o'clock, to Devonshire-street Cemetery. JAMES CURTIS, Undertaker, 59, Hunter-st.

THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOHN KEAREY, junior, and

of Mr. JAMES KEARY, Coachbuilders, of Pitt- street, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their   deceased FATHER, Mr. John Kearey ; to move from his   late residence, No. 33, Riley-street, Woolloomooloo, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at a quarter to 3 o'clock, to Devonshire-street Cemetery. JAMES CURTIS, Undertaker, 59, Hunter-street.

THE FRIENDS of Mr. ARCHIBALD PORTEOUS

are invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased SON, William M'Culloch Porteous ; to move from his resi- dence, Happy Valley, near the Kent Hotel, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, to Balmain Cemetery. THOMAS, Undertaker, 141, York-st., nr. Wesleyan Chapel. THE FRIENDS of Mr. E. NURCOMBE are invited

to attend the Funeral of his late beloved DAUGHTER, Marion : to move from his residence, 61, Burton-street, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 2 o'clock, to the Necropolis. R. SKINNER and SON, Undertakers, 57, William-street.  

THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN SINCLAIR  

are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, on WEDNESDAY MORNING ; to move from his late resi- dence, No. 112, Phillip-street, at half-past 8 o'clock, to the Necropolis. T. DIXON, Undertaker, South Head Road.

THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN HAYLAND

are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, THIS   (Tuesday) AFTERNOON ; to move from the Church of the Sacred Heart, at half-past 2 o'clock, to the Necropolis. T. DIXON, Undertaker, South Head

Road.

UNITED OPERATIVE BAKERS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-The Officers and Brothers of the above   Society are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Brother, JOHN HYLAND : to move from the Sacred Heart Church, at half-past 2 o'clock p.m., THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, for the Necropolis.

F. J. NEWNHAM, Secretary.

AMUSEMENTS.

IL

Y6TER AND C A G L 1 * S

GRAND OPERA SEASON.

Under the p&tronoge of his Excellency

Sir HERCULES ROBINSON, K.C.B., and Lndr

ROBINSON.

SUBSCRIPTION LIST NOW OPEN n! Messrs. BLVY and CO.'S, George-street; and will doso ou the 31 el instant. Prospectuses at book and musio ware-

house«.

K~~1T A T R E R O Y~A~~L

(IATE CAIB CHANTANT),

Y0KK-8TREET.

This is'tho only popular Theatre in this c'.ty wier« you »nu seo eteiybudy happy and smiling. Tbië TbeaTt- of Nrtveltirs lett evening was a sea of HEADS.

T

VERNER, TO-NIGHT, as the " Msd Butcher." "V ERN Eil, as the " Blighted G.irde_or." VERNER, as " 1 know my way about."

LETITIA RILEY, TO-NIGHT, in "Little High

ïirrled Boots."

LETITIA RILEY, TO-NIGHT, » Who trill many

K»r.."

TOMMY HUDSON, TO-NIGHT, "OU M .thcr

©um."

My name is " Mother Gum." My name is " Lady G-uni."

M AERY MOUNTFORD, TO-NIGHT, the Idol of flip Day, " Strolling round the Block."

HARRY MOUNTFORD, TO-NIGHT, "Pictdilly." -1. WATT, " Scotia, Scotia, Scotia."

TO-NIGHT~Jessi«'s Dream."

HARRY BRAHAM, TO-NIGHT, his Dissaving "Vie-e, Views, A'iews.

TOMMY HUD80N and CHARLEY VERNER, TO-NISHT, »s the Rival Darkies. Rival Darkie» and the Yankee Boy.

LOYAL, TO-NIGHT,

SENSATION.

THE NIAGARA LEAPTTO-NIGHT, »t quarter to 9.

THE COMET end ZU1LA, at half-past 0.

SENSATION. SENSATION. SENSATION.

YERLETTI, LOYAL, and VERLETTI, L»dder in tit Air, and Double Ilori/.ontal Bars, TO-NIGHT.

SENSATION, SENSATION, SENSATION,

TO-NIGHT.

Lookout for them, they will astound nveryono in this «.Hy ; (hey are coming.

Mr. J. WHELAN'S

COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT

_ on FRIDAY next.

, A DSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB.

Tho Secrctaiy bees to remind ovrnors of rano horses, thal the ENTRIES for the RANDAVIeJK SPRING MEET- ING will doso al 4 o'clock p.m , on AVEDNESDAY, August tho 7th, and must bo nude ut the Secretariat, JBlinh-itreet, at or bofore that lime, as none will bo re «eived thereafter, no matter whether the cauf-e of delay may

V* accidental or otherwise.

SPENCER'S MECHANICAL, and AVAXWORKS

EXHIBITION.-Just added, a splendid collection tí 50 Wax Figures, Aulomnton Singing Birds, etc.

Mechanical and Solc-ntillc Wonders, Glass Blowing, Gkibs Spinning, &c, eke.

Admission, Is, Children under 10, half-price.

B' 1 _E~ D and TAYLOR'S

GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS

will perform af the undermentioned places :

Ncrlh Shore-TUESDAY, August 6th.

Balmain-AVEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, AUÎUS

7th and Sib.

Nowtovvn-FBI DAW AURUBI Olh.

, Parramatta-SATURDAY and MONDAY, August

10th and 12ih.

And AYindsor duriBg the Knees.

JOS. BIOW, Ajrnt.

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SYDNEY CHORAL S O C 1 E T Y.

Patron :

His Excellency Sir HERCULES ROBINSON.

Patroness :

Tho Hon. LADY ROBINSON.

First Concert of tho Third Season.

Mendelssohn's Oratorio,

" ST. PAUL,"

At the School of Arts, Pitt-street, »n

TUESDAY', August 13, I87-.

Admission to Ncn-subscribers :

Reserved seats. Four shillings Bsck soat and gallery. Two shilling".

TicketB may be procured at all the principal music

'_AVILLIAM WILEY, Hon. Secretory.

X\ANCING.-Mr. W CLARK'S Classes MEET JLr THIS EA'ENING, at 7, visitors at S, Odûfollows' Hal), Elizabeth-street. The Ball Committee are respe 't

f-My invited.

C' ÖMPLlME^iJxY~^rüÄDRILLE ASSEMBLY

will be ¡riven to Mrs. M'INNES, daughter of the late JOHN CLARK B, on 2Cth instant, ai the Colonnade,

Elizabeth-street.

PANORAMA of French and German AVAR ; in perfect

order. H. MOO?», Bank Auction llooms.

CA N D 1 N A A" I A N MUSIC HA L L,

8C

This HALL is now OPEN on the

CONTINENTAL PRINCIPLE.

DANCING din-ins the intorludc of (ho MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT on the Stage. Ladies admit ted.

ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING.

Dancing to commouco at S o'clock. M.C., Mr. Miller.

TO-NIGHT the Champion Triple Golden Shoe Dancers

H. WILLIAMS and BiothcrsCARDWELL._

TT OYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION.-Lodge No. 10, ___t North True Blue, will clcbrate their Anniversary with Dinner «iid Ball Cork's, Colonnade, Eli/ibeth-Btreet North, on TUESDAY EA'KNING next. August 13,1872 Dinner by Compagnoni ; Volunteer Band. Tickets Centième-'r, Gs ; Ladies', 5s ; exclusive of wines, &.. Te. be hsd at STANDARD Office. Early application would cblige the committee. Brother 'fromm will «ipply vvJnr», A*. W. VAUÖHAN, Secretary.

K

OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE,

Under the Management of.Mr. J. J. BARTLETT Scenic Artist. Mr. W. J. WILSON.

LAST WEEK OF HAZARD.

LAST NIGHT but FOUR of Mr. FRANK HUSSEY,

prcv ioue to his departure for America.

LAST NIGHT but FOUR of Mr. J. 3. BARTLETT,

previous to hie doparturo for Amorica.

HAZAlTD!

LIZZIE WATSON!

FRANK HUSSEY !

BONNIE FISHWIFE!

29,000 persons have already witnessed Walter Cooper's new sensation diawa, and the cry is

"STILL THEY OOME!"

Last Night but Four of Mr. Bnrtlott's Management.

Last Five Nights of HUBBBV.

TWENTIETH NIGHT OF HAZARD.

Lad three nights of

Miss LIZZIE WATSON THE BONNIE FISH WIFE !

HAZARD'

FRANK HUSSEY!

TO-NIGHT!!

TO-NIGHT, Tueeday, August 6,

will be repeated Walter H. Cooper's now Sensational Drama, entitled

HAZARD;

or FBARCB DYCETON'S CRIME,

HUSSEY'S NEW SONG and DANCE, "LITTLE HIGH-HEELKD BOOTS!"

Encored Every Night.

DARLING HARBOUR BY MOONLIGHT,

universally pronounced to be (he most perfect eccno ever placed upon a Sydney stage.

To conclude with the Sparkling Comodlcttei of

THE BONNIE FISHWIFE.

Maggie M'Farlnno ,.Miss LIZZIE WATSON

with ¡Jong

"YOUNG CUTID,"

«nd, by particular requoet, her copyright Song of

"S1LVBR HERRING."

TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, First and Farewell BENEFIT to

MlfB LIZZIE WATSON.

HAZARD !

MisB LIZZIE WATSON in all her FAVOURITE SONGS, and for the only timo in Sydney, her wonderful impcrsomtion

ALADDIN,

is i lojed by MISB WATSON throughout Europo.

FRIDAY, Grand Complimentary BENEFIT to

Mr. FRANK HUSSEY,

»na his last appearance but ono in Australia,

SATURDAY, Farewell BENEFIT to

Mr. WALTER H. COOPER,

Author of HAZARD, the most successful play written in

the co'ooie».

BARTLETT, HUSSEY, and COOPER loavo for

Angelica noxt week.

SATURDAY, Hie laet of ono of tho most successful Dramatic season's Sydney han ever witnessed.

TJrT c *T" o TiT k THE "A~T TR~E.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

MONDAY next, August 12, UNDER TllK SPELL.

UNDER THE SPELL.

UNDER THE SPELL.

OLD TRICKS' OLD TRICES!

MILLION PRICES'

_MILLION PRICES !_

OYAL SOUTH HEAD HOTEL.-To bo seen alive,

ALPACA willoh took (ho prizo at Exhibition.

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_ LOST AND FOUND. __

LOST, between Hajmarkot and Buthurst-st., Gold

RING, with while »tono. Cooper's, Railway Bridge. LOST, Sunday night, botwecn St. Petera and Lower

¡¡Forbcs-st., black rilk Panier. Howard,48,Dowling-at,

O'ST'T sTAiriTmL^tewlTrTgTren-aringlowooa,

Plper-Btrect, Woollahra.

OST, s TARPAULIN, between Ashfield and Irish

(own. Reward on loaving it at Bojlson's, Ashfield. LTfST, BlackTañdTan/ñrrTcr P Dp7ÈDgli8h)~Rêward

on return. 602, Bourke-street, ¡Jurry Hills.

LOST, a Black nnd White SLUT : bras« collar. The

finder rewatded on returning at 79, William-street.

L"Ö¥fTa~BABY'S ROBE^"oñ"Suñdáy"ñÍght. Regard

at HG, Willioui-strect, Woolloomooloo.

OST, from Long Bay, Bay HORSE, branded CP on

near Bhouldcr. Finder rewardod. 17, Smith-stroot,

Surry Hills,

OST, « largo Black Newfoundland DÖTL Any por

Bûii returning hini to Cuthbert'« Wharf will bo re- warded. Any person detaining him after (hie notice will

be prosecuted.

OST7IsCRÏTTor 20~SÏarës"inB^er7"ttnd"~Hoiter

man's Gold Company, No. 5S¿; tiansfer signed Ernest Sharpe, lie ward on returning eiinio t<> III:HALD t fllee. The scrip is cancelled at ollice.

LOST, on Sunday, 41h inetunt, between 070, Bricfclicld

hill, and '¿Go, Sufsex-slrcet South (about Goulburn i-(reel), a Lady's Gold BROOCH, grape palicrn, with pleco of lace oriached. The Under will be rewarded on roluining iit_al_G70, Brickfield-hill.

I OST.-The public uro cautioned «gainst negotiating

J a CERTIK1CATH ' for ton caeca of Old Tom ox Dilbhur, E 7'>5, Nos. 171 to 180, tho situe having been lost. A reward will bo paid on dclne-rv to

PEATE and HARCOURT,

_28S, 2C0, and 202, aeorgo-strect.

IVE ¡SHILLINGS REWARD.-Strayed, n Chisnut

MARE. Apply 12S, Woolloomooloo-strcot.

ÑE"~POÜND' REWARD.-LOST, afTârrainatta Steamers' Wharf, on 15thJanuiry,POODLE SLUT, tarsjinged. 2, East-stroet, burry Hills. Itnrnodiate.

i*-e REWARD.-SÍOLEN or STRAYED," n Grey 3&X MARE, ST on tthouldcr; also a Buy MARK, near Iront leg bad, blotch brand. Apply D. BOWEN,

Jobn-t-trcvt, 1'jrmont.

a* fir REWARD.-LOST,"by~a poor mun, £Í3,~beT XäVO tween llay-sticet und Pyrmont. Applv to Mr. KEMBER, Ha.v-street._ rilÄKEN.lütt Saturdaj, from the 1.30 train to Penrith, JL ii Silk UMBRELLA. Pleaso roturn it at once to lim Slation-musiir, Sydney, (o prevent legal htsps being, 'ullin. 1

r^ÔUNlT," *TÔ~VÂÏB~~VUO. (JTCOGGAN. Fru"it"iáhop,

JD Argvle-street Bridge. ' F

_FURNJTURE,_ETC1 __

LA SILENCIEUSE Slí WING-MACHINÈ.S-A

largo assortment alvvavs on hand, Chtiini-titch Machines, 65a und Gus. Lockstitch from X'tí Cs upwards.

PETERSEN, BOKSEN.and CO ,

lu, York-street.

E W 1NG-MAOHINE S. TLe " Common Sonso," ohain atttcb, £3

The " Home Shuttle" look atiloh, £4 10a. The largest tale of any in Australia.

M. MOSS and CO., Sole Agents,

Wynyard-Iane .Sydney.

Ë w r N" G ~~M7~A 'O~ITT~Û"E'~8^ The largest «i-turtnieiit of genuine machines in the

Australian colonies.

Singer's Family, with all accessories .,£9 10 0 Wheeler and Wilson'» machines ., 7 10 0 (Jcnuine Howe's A family machines ,.900

C Machines for leather work, al»o Howe's hand machines. Special advantages to purchasers, machines on easy terms of pnjment ; also kept in order twolvo months without charge. 10 descriptions of machines to choose from. Any machine purchai-cd and not approved of will be exchanged within one month for any other in stock. N.B.-Every description of sew inp-machines repaired at

TURNER and WOOD'S, 349, George-Btreot.

>ARGA1N.-Singer's No. ~f Improved SEWING > MACHINE, io 16a. 2d, Botany-st., Burry Hills. HE LITTLE WANZER SEWING-MACHINE,

worked by hand or foot, holds five cold medals, is used by most of the Royal i amilies of Europe, and in the

British National and Industrial Schools.

Only prize, Sydney, 1870. No prize given sine«.

GIBBS, 8HALLARD, solo Agents, 108, Pil(-stre»t.

T> E" D~íf C~f 1 " O N ~ IO £7 ~ 10«. J \ W1LLCOX and GIBBS'»

FAMILY SEWING-MACHINES.

_S. I1EBBLEWHIIE,432, Georgs-sireut.

TUOK BEDSTEAD?, IRON BEDSTEADS.

S. FORSTER and SONS beg to Inform umso friends and the public that thi-v lave now received their Tubing for moking IronBedsteadi, andean now fulfil all orders.

ÏRON BEDfeTEÄTjeT^ Til ON"_ BEDSTEADS.

CouiHiy bujers will dowell to call at S. FORSTER ond SONS', Harnngton-ptrcet, Lower Georgo-strcet, Sjdnej, for gcwá Mid i-hcap Bedttead«._ ' AK~FURNITURlí^-A new Suite, and 5-foot Loo

Table, for £30. 04, Hunter-streei.

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OR HALE, FURNITURE and Goodwill of a Privats

Boarding Heu«, 183, Cattlereagh-strcet,

ANTED, (o SELL to now arrivals, country buyers,

and parties about to marry, Pianofortee, Dinieg room and Drawing-room Furniture, Bedroom Furniture of every description, Kitchen Furniture of all kinds; also, New and Second-hand Furniture of «very description, 26 per cent, cheaper than any other houso in the trado. Largest steck in tho colony to select from.

N.B.-Goads carefully packed by experienced hands, for traniniiesion to all p«rts of tho colony.

Haidy, BrothoiB,

Auctioneers, Importers, and A'aluatore,

9,11, 13, 15, and 17, Soath Head Road.

AN TED T~Ô ïT~Ù ~Y Household Furniture of every deportation. Good tablo cutlery and fnblo linen

f'econd-hand buggies, silver-mounted hiirnesB

Shop counters and glass show-o-wes, omi household furni-

ture of overy description

Also, good glasBwaie, dinner and dessert sew ¡eos, from £6

to £1000.

Farfiee breaking up housekeeping, or removing from the colony, wishing te. avoid tho publicity of an auction snlo, will lind tho undersigned roudy to purchase, for cash, tho whole or any paît of their goods.

N.B.-Porfíes removing from lar¿o to smaller houMis, having surplus or unsuitable furniture, enrpots, &o., will find tno undersigned also ready to purchaso, or make ex eh.iDgee for tho same.

Hardy, Brothers,

Hyde Park Furniture Ba< our,

9,11, 13, 15, and 17, South Head Road.

WANTED, lo buy~for cash, Houeei of FÜRNÍ

TURE. II. Moon, Bank Auction Hooms,Geo.-st. OFFICE FURNITURE, cheap; oval, loo, and eqime

Tables, H. Moon, B.iuk Auction Rooms, 330, Geo.-st.

~Ä~NTK]>7to HIRE, gcnñíño Wbeolor ond Wilson

Sewing-machine, Apply Booth, grocer, Suseo-r-st.

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PUBLICATIONS.

HILL END" AND TAMBAROORA" TIMES.

Published Wednesdays and Saturdays. To bo had of the Agents, GORDON and GOTC11, George-Biroet, Sydney, ovcry Thursday and Monday morning, A first

close advertising medium.

A M Ï L Y ïï Ë R A L D.

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FAMILY HERALD, AVcokly, Id.

The liiA'sTiUTEi» LONDON Nr.vv«, in referenco topure literature, speaks of "Tho FAMILY HiniAin, that joy to tens of thousands of innocent English households."

FAMILY HERALD, Monthly, Gd.

Tho f ATViiDAY Rr.v tr.vv says :-" The oditor is the con- fidant and confessor in every etntion of life. The anawore to con espondentfl cannot be fictitious, a romaneo and a life history being embodied in almost eaoh of thom. Its novels and tales aro quite as well written ne tho best circulating library stories."

FAMILY HERALD, Annually, 7s. 6d.

Tho LITI liAitt G v/rTTK Bays :-" It must bo said of the FAMILY 11 I.UALD, that it Is tho purest reading of all puroly amusing lileraturo ; it ia indeed a family piper."

FAMILY HERALD, Weakly, Id.

The BiiiTisii Qc'AitTKiiLY RBV IKW says :-" Under tho head of 'Tho Story Teller,' wo bave novoh and tales simpler »nd purer in structure than in tho pages of tho other penny feriáis.,..Thero aro charming versos lol into its pages, liko sunshino, to brighten them.... It is woll con- sidered with reference io its aims, and ire various and amus- ing, with a fair amount of utility intermixed."

FAMILY HBRALD, Monthly, Gd.

Loigh Hunt, in his Autobiography, says:-"1 call cut every week for my FAVILV BKIIILU, a penny public ition qualified to inform the best of it« contoniporarlea,"

London-W. STEVENS, 421, Strand; and by order of all local Booksellers and Agents.

O riCE.-Tho following CATALOGUES of Messrs.

CASSELL, FETTER, and GALPIN'S PUB- LICATIONS aro now »eady, and may bo procured from every book «toro :

1. CASSELL'S EDUCATIONAL CATALOGUK, containing a list of works suitable fur all elaf.soB of schools, including thoeo booka whie'h hsvo been adopted by School Boards in Enghiud, by the Ontario Botid ol Education, and oilier public bedios.

This list also supplies information ne, to Cnssoll, Potter, and Galpin's speeialilice in the woy of material for echoDl

uso, such as

Colour boxes Microscopes

Mathematical instruments Drawing instruments, _o.

2. CASSELL'S CLASSIFIED LIST OF BOOKS, containing a completo list of Cassell, Potter, and Galpin's publications, classified according to their valuo, from Gel up

to £'.'0.

3. CASSELL'S COMPLETE CATALOGUE, con- taining .i list of tho following vievkB issued by Cassell, I'e-tler, and Galpin :

Fine ort volumes Bibles

Children'a boe.ks History

Kdue-ational works Natural history f-eiial publication« Poetry, travel

Dictionaries Handbooks, and Religious lileraturo Miscellaneous.

Copies of tho obovo catalogues can bo obtained on appli- cation at the oflico of this iHipcr.

For SALE.-ELECTROTYPES OF AVOOD EN GRAA'INGS, to the number of 70,000. Full particulars on application to Cnssoll, Putter, and Galpin.

CAcSELL, TETTER, and GALPIN, L-âgato-hin, London ; Paris, and Now York.

MISCELLANEOUS!

("CURRIERS wanted to know that the men on tho

. ' Foott-crny Shop, Melbourne, are on Strike.

CANARIES for SALE. Apply J. Magee, Brown

strcol, Ciimpeidowu.

c

SINGLE and Double Perambulators, AVheelbarrows,

Colonial Door Mate, at Lemniro's,472 andG20, Gco.-st.

PORTMANTEAUS, """ValisesT^Traveling ~Trunke,

Bonne! Boxes, at Lcmiiro'e, 472 and GÎ9, Georgp-tt. "^LUBS and SPEAKS, and other curiosities, wanted

by EASTWAY, BROTHER-, 425, Grorge-atreot.)

HYDRAULIC PRESS.-One wanted, to take in four

Balts of Wool, with or without pumps. Hydra,

Balmain,

UARTZ Magnifying Glasses and Pocket Compasaos ;

a largo assortment. ELLIS, 230, Pitt-street.

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^_I'EL'TACLES, line {Kel frames, with crystal ICUBM, 3B O Gd,4s Gd, 5s Gd pair. Ellis, 230, Pitt-st., op. Farmer's.

ETRIE VER for pALÉT-^An imported pu7e~bliick

turloy, well (ruined. 6G, King-streot.

¿_T. PAUL'S TRAArELS.-8plendid Photographs, for O Magic Lantern, for SALE. PIERCE,JWilliam-st.

LDTYPE METAL To"r^ÄL>.. "Ä"pply~H"_iiA_i>

Office.

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J ANTED, lo purchase a Cottage or Grand PIANO-

FORTE. Address G. Whelan, 5, Park-Btroot.

/ ANTED, to Purchoso a PAINT MILL, medium

si/.e. Apply Crown Preserving Co., Miller's Point.

J ANTEl>7a Pubîican'B LICENSE, for cash. Appfy

to J. AVlielan, 5, Park-street.

'ANTED, to pureba te, in or near Sydney, COT-

TAGE, not lesB than 0 rooms. Colt ige, Hr.iivi.ti. 'ANTED, to buy and Boll Left-oil Clothing of.every

description. J. Murphy, 107, Bathurst-streot.

\%J ANTKD, to purchase a small freehold HOUSK, W with garden, and 2 or 3 acres of ground attached, in the suburbs, about live or six miles from town. Apply, with paiticulart, to J. H., 30, York-street.

PROFESSIONS TRADES ETC.

A_ USTRÂLÏAN" TIN MINING COMPANY,

(Limited).

AUBURN VALE, INVERELL.

MINING MANAGER rcijwrcd ; must bo a competent Sluictr. Salary, £050 per annum. Apply with testi-

monials to

WALTER BRADLEY, Man it-mg Director.

O'Connell-strcet.

CURRIERS wanted. Apply »0, Lontdale-strect Last,

Melbourne : or Footscray Tannery.

C1H01R BOYS wanted, for St. John's, Bishopthorpe. ,

J Apply Mr. A. J. Watt, Glebe Point Road, or (on I Friday Evening,) at the Church.

DRAPER'S Juniûi HAÑlTwañtcd." Apply to" Mr. i

Haigh, agent, 221, Fiii-street, near King-streot.

RAPE liS.-Wanted, a Pushing HAND.- Âpplyby

letter, up to Wednesday, the 7th lUbtant, to George Rogers ond Co., Parramatta._

DR1ÉS¥MAKÍÑG.-Wanted, APPRENTI CESlrunio

dialcly. Miss Ramsay, Pino Villa, Darlinghurst.

D^ÍESSMAKÍNG.-Wanted, gewTBodv HAÑF;

also Apprentice«. Mme. Wilson, 61, William-street. DRESSMAKING.-Assistant wanted, and Apprentice.

Madame Martel, Pice Cottage, lol, William-strcot. L" ~EG^Ü71üANÁl3ERSlíIP^nboTíow" BanciTTn

Ccrutany, Copo'n Creek. Application, stating salary required, to be made before noon on WEDNES- DAY, 7th inst.mt, to care of L. P., Box 113, Post Office._ N~OTÎCE 'J. O MEDICAL MEN,-A first-elass Open-

ing for a gwed Medical Man, in the diatriot of Rockly. For information, &c, apply by poBt to R. AWrefl, Rockly. _

1»4JOW SOUTH WALES OPERATIVE BAKERS' 13 ASSOCIAI ION.-Competent men can bo Engaged for town or country by appljing at Society's rooms, Light House Hotel, Buthurst-ttieet. J. HAWKINS, Sec.

PARTNER wanted, in a new Calila Station, ia a very

superior tract of count i y. Tho prosont proprietor requires more capital to properly stock tho run than ho can binicelf command; and he also wants asaietanon in the management. For particulars apply to G. Rattray, 1, Lloyd's-chambers, George-stieet. _

SQUIRED APPRENTICES to tho Dressmaking. I

MiisNrfiWJ, 3M, George-ttreot.

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O TAILORS.-Wanted, Trousers HANDS. Thomp-

son and Gilcp.

1^0 TAILORS.-Wonted, good VEST MAKERS.

. Wakeham'« City Cloth Hall, 4S2, Goorgo-elroet.

1-<0 TAILORS.-Wanted, a Genctn) HAND to work

on lhi> premíeos, 9, Wiltnot-stroot.

1^0 TAILORS.-Wanted, a Imt-clusa PRESSER,

Wr-keham, CKy Cloth Hall, i62, Gcorgo-atieot,

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A1I.0118, TA1L0RESSEP. -Coat, trousers, and vost

HANDS. Factory, l8, Bridgc-Btrcct.

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I IO TAIL0RES8ES. - Wanted. Trousers and Vest

Hands, Apprentices and Improvers. 223, Clarcnco «t.

I~>CTTAILORHSBES.- Wanted, llrst-cUss TroussTs

and Vcet Hands. 3t 0, Cantloreagb-stroet.

IlAlLORESMIS.-Wanted, Tremiera, Vcr-t HANDS,

Learners, and Boy«. 217, Lower Georgo-ttreot.

AlLñiriÑG~DEl'XlWMENT". -Wanted, anVpü"

rienccd CUTTER. David Jones and Co._ O DRAPERS.-Wanted, A88ISTANT forlholíañ

cher-ter Department. Butler & Linney, 8. II. Road. Î>0 DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.-Wanted, an experi-

enced young LADY. Jones, Brothers, New (own.

1~\0 BOO'lM AKERS.-Wanted, rinulo MAN, a good

Rencral workman, W. Maguire, Darling Point.

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O PARENTS and GUARDIAN8.-An oponlng for

two rer-pectablo and well-educated YOUTHS, to leam (he drapery. Apply Jones, Brothers, Newtown.

T" 0 DRAPERS.-Wanted, for the country, àlnorough

Draper, one well accustomed to tho clothing dcpait nient preferred. Apply to Prince, Ogg, and Co.

rfYÖ PARENTS.-A ropcofablo Boy wanted^ as AT7 S. PRENTICE to lbo book and stationery business. W. A. COOKE, 570, Georgo-streot._ rf\0 SADDLERS and Harnees Makers.-Wanted, à

X stradj Young Man, as SALESMAN. Must write a geed band, and produce, testimonials as to character. John Uiush, 407, George-street.

ATLORESSKS

COAT HANDS

TROUSERS HANDS VEST HANDS.

Watts end Pascoe-, manufacturers to A, M'Arthur and Co., 162, Clatanco-street.

" ANTED, Butcher, as BHOPMAN. V. Andreas,

Btiekfleld-hlll.

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\"*r T ANTED, n competent DRESSMAKER, to work W bylhoday. At once, 89, Suinloy-st., W'len'Ioo.

VÏ7ÂNTED, a "¡r7>ôT"ÊNGINE-FlTTEll. Apply

wv Veno mills, Pyrmont.

WJ ANTED, Sand Monlderand Cove Maker. Forstor, w T Livv, and Beanley, Harrington and Lower Geo. sts.

\\j ANThDTTnod CARPENTERS. Apply Pelican ti Hotel, Bourko-Btrco(, Purry Hills.

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7 ANTED, COMPOSITOR for tho ACSTJUI.IVN at 1 Windsor, (o b< ard and reside. 1P6, Harris-street.

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7 ANTED, Stair HANDS, at the Deanery, George

- street.

7 ANTED, n Youth, as COLLECTOR; muit bo

aeeuitnmi d to drapery. M. C, HEXÀLD Office.

ANTED, a SLATER. Apply a( No. 23, Union

lore, PiK-Btroot.

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V«7-ANTKD,ft SAILM AK.ER. Apply William Short, >V Baltic Wharf, Market-stroet.

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ANTED, APPRENTICES and IMPROVERS to

tho Dressmakfng. 2.5, Beni-steoot.

TAÑTED, a MÂCHINÎ8T7~fo7T'"w7w"., p:afn

needlework. 103, Crown-street.

WANTED, a young MAN, baker, to help in pie

making. 711, George-stroot South.

"VÎT AÑTED,"aImarîlvell-educatêd" Y"ÖUTH~Mue7t

w V write a good hand and be quick at liguros. Address Figure, HKHAI.D Office.

?\"\7 ANTED, a French Lady or Gentleman, competent

? V io give LESSONS in French, for a private family in the suburbs. Application, with reference and teruiB, to French, Box 230, Poet Office._ WANYEDTITMINING CAPTAIN^Thoroughly

capablo of taking (he mining nianagoinont of (bo Molong Cenpols Copper Mining Company. Apply to E. N. Emmett, 3G2, Georgo-streot,

V\7 ANTED, a flrst-clitsa WORKING MA^TAGER

W » for a Gold Mining Company : a knowledge of quail/ crushing ¡ndiepcneablo. Applications, staling amount of salary required, accompanied by testimonial« to bo mado to Frank 15. Treatt, Mort's-buildlngi, Pitt street, Sydney.

TAILÓRESSKS wantedTaleo Improvers and Ap-

prentices. Robinson and Son, 112, Gcorgo-st.

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SITUATIONS WANTED.

A NEEDLEWOMAN would assiBt in house or nursery,

requites Situation. M'Mahon, 73, William-street.

8 HOUSE and PARLOUR MAλ.-A young

AVonion, with excellent testimonials;, wishes for a SITUATION as above. A. II., Mrs. Douolly's, William

stret't.

AAVUDOW LAD\r wishes to undertake tho manage-

ment end education of a young Family, teaching Enplish, French, and Music. Address Mrs. T. Digby Miller, cara of Mrs. Cox, Cheshunt, Pitt-street, Redfern.

GERMAN LADY, experienced Teacher of the French and Gorman languages, English, and the rudiments of Italian, seeks ENGAGEMENT; good tosti mmiials and references. Address Linguist, H> u.vi.i) Office. A PERSON perfectly acquainted with fin Mining,'

having knowledge of a new Tin-bearing Country, is desirous of nieetiDg a capitalist who will nay cipenses of taking up the same. Beta, HI.UAI.D Office."

RESPECTABLE Married Woman, who is used To

fbe sen, would give her time to wait on a Lady, or would take the entire charge of childicn, as an equivalent for her Parsepe In England. R. H. L , Post-office, Parramatta. áT\ülÑTUYT-Married Couplos, aîËo"ë_cêllën"t .\íaie~aud \_> l'ciiiiiln Domestic Servants of «11 capacities, for EN- GAGEMENT, each with written or personal Sydney lefetenccs. Apply Mrs. Stephenson, G, Biidge-street.

~" OVEUÑÉ88 to Children~îi_dfr Í2^-Ayoung Lidy T disengaged ; roforoncrs. M., 10, O'Connoll-Btreot. G

q¡tO HO'IKL KEEPERS.- Wanted, by a respect ibl» JL young Woman, with ono child, a SITUATION, where"sho can moko herself generally useful. Apply

Armstiong'e, No. 11, Wilmot-strcet.

OQUAlt'l /^RUSHING AND" GOLD WINING

COMPANIES.-Tho Advsrtitwr, having had ten years experience as Engineer, Battery Manager, and Amalgamator to Qnarti-.-ciushing Coinpanios, is desirous of Inking the' Operativo Management of a cruihini-maohino ; practical knovvledgo of sodium ; first class testimonials. Open for one month. Apply by loiter, to D. IÎ. H., P^st

e.flice, Grafton.

ANTED, SlTUATÍOÑTas compotont Dressmaker,

by the day. Addruss.C- B., Newtown Fost-oflbo. , AIT1N G, Protestant House and Parlour Maids ;

also young Girls. Mrs. Albin, Nowtown.

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; ANTED, a ¡SITUATION, b> a flrst-clas» Horso

Shocr. Farrier, C. Lea, stationer, 00, S. H, Road.

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Alt TED, by a competent and fashionabls Drcss makcr, Engagement by week. M.M., 222, Crown-st.

JANTIiDTiiTlTUATTON, as liouscTañd-ParioTir

Maid. Address S. P., Pierco's, Willteru-strest.

"ANTED, a SITUATION as couipetenT'cutter.

Address P. M., Nowtown post ollice.

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ING ; 4 years reference Mrs. Capps, 92, Market-at.

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ANTED, n SITUATION aa Nurse and Needle- woman. A. W., 31, Riloy-st. N., AVoolloouiooloo.

~r)|¡7ANTED, SITUATION, as Gardener; wife good ft Cook or Laundress, if required. Y. '/,., linn u,l>. "1TTT7 ANTED, by a respectable young woman, aSlTUA ? T TTON as House and Parlour Maid ; town or counlrv. Apply E. F., 222, Liverpool-street, near South

Head Road.

WANTED, a SIT CATION, asa practical and ex.

pen'cB'ed Tin Drestor. For the past three yens bus been engaged in tin dressing in the United O ven* Tin Mining Company, El Dorado, Ovons, Victoria. Apply J. Goldsworthy, El Dorado, Ovens, Vii loria.

SERVANTS WANTED.

RESPECTABLE young Girl wanted, as NURSE.

143, Darlinghurst Road, Macleay-street.

A" CLlíAÑTclive^iTÍ7íis"G7ncrarskltATAÑT ; "very

small family. 3, Blyth-terrace, Kent-et. North.

ITiEMALE SERVANT wanted, for general work, Pro

? teslont. Mrs, James A'ickery, Barrack-street.

ENERAL SERVANT wanted »t Clifton VilU,

Snail's Buy, Biilmain.

EQUIRED for a genlleman's family, competent House

and Parlour Maid (Protestant). 221, Campbell-st.

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TO PARENTS und GUARDIANS.-Wanted, by a

Widow Lady, with two children, a respectable young Girl, about lGycurs of age, as General SERA'ANT; no washing. 341,DenÍEon-terruce, Crown-street, 8urry Hills.

XÑTED, g useful GIRL. ApplyTo,Forbôâ-street,

AVoolloomooloo.

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7 AN'TED, II resptctablo GIRL, tu nurse a baby

during (he day, 10, Jessie-ter,, Upper William-si. 8.

7AÑTKD, a lillie" GIRL, about "li! AppiyÜ7,

Pari aniatta-Blreet.

ANTED, a smart, active, intelligent GIRL, for

bar. AV. B., HKHAI.» Office,

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ANTED, a GIRL, (o mind a baby and mako her-

self useful. W. FOY, 278, Goorgo-«(root.

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ANTED, strong GIRL, accustomed to children Mrs. Mooro, Abercromble-st., op. Chippendale Mill.

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ANTED, n GIRL, about 14, to assist in house

work, at 138, Cattlcrcngh-Btreot North.

' ANTE», ñ mtlô"GIRL7to~rnTndâ'bïby. "ÑoTTO,

Argylc-strcet, Millei's Point.

ANTED, an activo LAD, or young MAN, aocm

tomed to butchering. G. Oldham, Paddington.

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i ANTED, a LAD, able to ride. T. O'Connor,

butcher, Doublo Bay.

ANTED, a BOY, to drivo a"broad (urt.~""Tctr7rios,

baker, Shepherd's Paddock.

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rANTED, B LAD, accustomed to grocsry, and mako

himself ureful. E. Beaumont, Paddington.

} ANTED, a reepectabl) LAD, for tho o'othing

buíincss. Apply 277, Pitt-stroet.

Ym ; ANTED, A Biuart BOY. Golden Flcoco Hotel, VV F tag-street.

"ANTED," a~ B"ÔYTto"leTrvc71hrîlw/LTn 7oa"riy _riterl. Arply F. J. Barker, 86, 8u«eox-«troet.

ANTED, an Ollico LAD, who can write fairly.

Apply Charles Bennett, 306, Goorgo-Btrcot.

TÂNTED~,~a snmrf ftctiviTBÖY remo-used to the

lolhing businih«. 652, Goorgo-street.

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ANTED, nlad, KB Light PORTER.

Huyes.

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i ANTED, ii steady BOY, ablo to pull a boat.

Mr. Woolnough, Birch Grovo, Balmain.

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1 ANTED, a BOY to mind a horse and buggy.

Apply A. B, Armstrong and Co., Markot Wharf.

ANTED, a strong active LAD,Tw.lJrowñ-sirco!,

Sun y Hills.

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ANTED, respectable Boy, as light PORTER;

teferenccp. Cooke's, 670, George-stroet.

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ANTED, a rcspectablo LAD, to drlvo a cart.

Apply T. Moon, biker, Parramatta-etroot.

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ANTED, a strong YOUTH, eno accustomed to

horseshoeing, R. Mason, Newtown.

ANTED, strong Lad, as STRIKER; none other

netd apply. W. Penny, Cowper-stroet, Glebe.

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7 ANTED, a rcspectablo BOY, to tako orders and

deliver meat. 00, DowlIing.Bt, Woolloomooloo.

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ANTED, a NURSE, to assist in liousuw .irk. Darlington House, op. University, Newtown Road.

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ANTED, HOUSEMAID, gciod rotormeos from

last place. Apply Mrs. L. W. Levy, Macloiy-st.

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ANTED, a K1TCHENMA1D. Apply Bradford's,

Freemasons' Hotel, York-Btroot.

ANTED, for gentleman's family, near Mudge«, competent COOK. Mfns Fouler, 309, Caallerengh-st. 7 ANTED, un oxf.crii.nexd COOK ; also, a llrst-Mto J HOUSEMAID. Horncr's Hotel, Wynyard sq.

7 ANTED, an active young Woman, as HOUSE ' MAID and Waitress. Montpelier Hotel, King-st.

ANTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS, GoncnilSer- vants. Homo, Mrs. Vipond, 24,Burton-Bt., S. li. Ii. rANTEDT öThoro'ughly compotont "HOUSE and

PARLOUR MAID. Lady Martin, Potts Point.

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AN'l ED, a respectable Poison, M Working HOUSEKEEPER. 126, Harrlsstroat, Pyrmmt. ,TANTED, a iespretublo Girl, as General SER-

VANT. 698, Goorge-Btrcet. _

17 ANTED", «"gootTfTeneral 8EKVÄNT."~AppTyTi,

*? Short-etreet, Surry Hill«.

rT"ÄNTEü7"a thorough General SERVAN I'. G93, I Elirabeth-etrcit. Protoslant prefcrrod.

ANTED," a General SERVANT. Apply 28,

King-etreet W«r*t.

J ANTRO, a respectable young Girl, as General

SERVANT. 185, Bourho-sL, Woolloomooloo.

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; ANTED.aGeuoral SERVANT (two io family).

' 164, Phillip street._ _ 7"ANTED,"ä "G^n^MÍ~smlVANT7"aiBO"GIltL, lo

»lind a baby. Apply 686, Georgo-street.

ÏNTEÎLTg^Gent7aîSÈirVÂN'i\~13,""LÔiver

Fort-etrcot.

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; ANTED, a young Girl, as General SERVANT ; 2

in family. Mr«. Isaac MOBS, 603, Goorgo-stroot S. \"\ . A1T1NG, Servante in all capacatles. Mrs. Shep. W pardo, 102, Bathurst-st. Wanted, useful Girls.

ANTED, a GrnëraTsERVÂNT. Reference«j re

quired. 2, Gorton-terrace, Redfern-Bt., Redfern, ANTEDTaTfcncraf"SERVANT (twó~i7Tamlly),

Protestant. 20, Cambridge-tor., Newtown Road.

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7 ANTED, a General BERVANT. Mrs. Owen,

confectioner, 71o, George-etreet South.

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ANTED, a General SERVANT. Apply lo Mrs.

Huntley, Hunter's Hill-Tuesday or Wednesday. AN! ED, Married Indoor Couple, 3 in family ; Do iiic-iic ServantsforN, Zealand. Haigh, 221, Pitt-st. T ANTED, a WAITER, and also a LAUNDUEïiS.

Currency Lass Hotel, Pitt and Hunter e(roo(s.|

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ANTED, a MAN that understands hones ami

gardening. W. Short, Baltic Wharf.

ANTED, a MAN, acoustonied to butchering. Apply T. Claydon, 97, Georgo-sfreet North.

ANTED, a single MAN, aocustomod to drivo, to

look after hoise. und buggy. J. York, Botany-ft.

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ANTED, 2 SEAMEN, for fheVibilis. Apply on

bo-ird, at Murphy's Wharf, early.

ANTED,"» COOKnnd SEAMAN. Apply eirly".

William Short, Baltio Wharf, Marko(-stroc(.

Y\7 ANTED, a GROOM. Apply at Bourke Livery f> Stables, Bourke-strcot, Surry Hills.;

\\T ANTED, on UNDERA URSB,~lWe7íañl7accus

W tomed to young children. Apply to Mrs. R-JK burgh, Eynesbury, Edgecliff Hoad, betwuon lOand 1.

ANTED, a thorough KI l'CHÈlÎMÂÏDTvvhê7h«B

sei ved in hotel or restaurant-with good charaiter. Apply to Mrs. Williams, Metropolitan Hotel.

í^7~AÑr!SJ,~iá~rcspoctabla YOUTH, for Hie irun W mongcry business : ago about 15. Apply in own handwriting. G. W.JHL, H mt vin Office.

WANTED, a MAN (married or single) for a farm in

Now Caledonia, having cxporienco in fincing. Apply M. Muyere, 1C5, Lower Goorgo-stroot.

'CTtf ANTED, a General SERVAN l\"nlso a NURSE W GIRL. Mr«. Watt, Glebe Point R,3«d. near Pyrmont Bridgo Road. _

«TTÄNTEDT » respootablfTGirl, as General SElt W VANT. Mrs. Wild, Ashtíeld. ApplyBelun.ro Hotel, Georgo-Etrc-t, Rodforn, betwoen 12and 2.

ANTED a (borough Gonoral SERVANT, for Bur-

wood ; wagcB l'is ; 2s Gd per month'bus far«; aleo, General Servants for town, Cooks and Laundress, Huuso for ona house. Tho Home, li 1, Uli/abeth-Btreet North,

«\ TÂNTED, a young PorstmT as BARMAID, t) go

W to Noumea, New Caledonia; uiuat bo a gnad needlewoman. Apply M. Mayers, 1GÓ, Lower George

ttrett.

A,PARTMENT8, BOARD. & RESïD£f.f;"

PARTMENTS vacant, St. Kilda House. Pro

riclrcss, Mrs. BUBB.

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T 2, Rialto-tcrrace (29 and 31, Upper William-street

South), APARTMENTS aro vacant.

COMFORTABLE Bedroom for a gentleman, priv.ite

siltiDg-room, partial board. 145, Castlereagh-st. N.

PÂÊTMENTS, board optional ; bathT-U, Campbell'

street, Surry Hills,

A SUITE and BEDROOM vacant. 3, Lady Young

terrace, Bridge-street, nour Mucquaric-etreet North. OARD and RESIDENCE for a Gentleman ; luth,

&c. Apply 85, Botany-street, South Hoad Roi.d.

EDRÔOMS to" LETT well furnished, ïs pcr'week.

Apply No. 202, Geoige-ulreet North.

C~ ""ÖMFORT.-Clean, cotnfo"rabie7wdWiirnishc _ 'BE D -

ROOM, well ventilated, centrally situated; bath. Terms, tis per week. Boaid optional. Apply Mrs. Ste- phenson, G, Bridge-street, opposite Concordia House.

ÖRTH SHORE. - VACANCIES-Tot Gentlemen,

Kirribilli Cottage, Milson'« Point. Tonus moderate.

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lARTlAL Board and Resilience for a gentleman : pri-

vate family ; batbn. 1, Craigcnd-ter , Upper Wru.-bt, »RIA'ATE ACCOMMODATION for 2 Gentlemen;

baths; terms mod. 251, Bourke-st., Woolloomooloo. O LET, furnished or unfurnished ROOlîsl ¡7,

Bathurst-Btreet West.

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NFURN1SHED APARTMENTS, private family; baths ; heights of Darlinghiiiet. Pierce, William-st.

\ COMFORTABLE HOME is required tor a A'oung £_L Ludy in a privato familyof respectability, consisting of females only. Terms, £ per month, payable weekly. A permanency may bo relied «in if the conditions indicated be sustaineel. Reply, with «ddre*»", to B. N. C, HMIALI. Oilico.__ I^ÛRNrsilBD~UOTTAGE wanted,~of 2rooms; term»

; must be moderato. Address Ii. 1. J., HERALD.

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OTEL wanted, liberal rent will he paid for furnished hcusi ; cecilrity given fer furniture. Security HKIIALD.

ANTED, large ROOM, suitable for day school in

populous part of Burry Hills. A. B., HP.UA! O

7 ANTED, a good sized HOUSE, at Balniai_7»¿ ' frontago.-preferred. Box 238. »"».-»tor

- j "-"s», ~<:.|i-_u..._uu,. -u.vc-ríuyananewtiwn

1 onrd according to arrangement; u<o of extra room mieht bo required. Apply immediately, AXO., Bowdcn'B Hotel

Hunter-street.

WANTED, within (cn minutes' walk ofilEiiiñ;

Ofiico, two BEDROOMS und SITTING-ROOM with Board, private family ptoforred. Apnlv to W ' HPII vi r> Office, «fating terms. '

?«"»7 ANTED-, for two monlliB, a small fiirñlih/ít >\ HOUSE, with stable and paddock, near aX»

Ai ply to A. C, caro of Mr. B. Knight, 267, Castlereanfi." street. K

TO LET

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SHFIELD.-An HOTEL to LET. ÂÎnîTlf"

Brown, 207, Pitt-stroot. pp y w'

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largo yard, gas ; 25s week. Ii. Vaughan, 149, King^i' .URWOOD.-To LET, two COTTAGES, nearlEo » Railway Station, containing six rooms each and with every convenience for respootable families. ADDIV personally, or by letter, to the Rev. W. Liiuisdaino nar lonngo; or to the Sfation-moaler, Burwood. '

DOUBLE BAY, Cross-street. -To LET, .ente«!

Cottage RESIDENCE, containing 13 rooms, etable yard, and large gorden. Plentiful supply of water. Close to'bus Bland. Rent, moderate ; tuxes paid. Apply cnthe premises ; or to Lennon and Capo, 13G, Pitt street.

HOMEBUSH.-A furnished fonr.roomcd COTTASK

and kitchen, to LET. Address, Cottage, Homebush. HOUSE, G rooms, kitchen, bath ; íow rent, Macollarle". _terraco, Hill-street, off Maceiunrio-Btreet South.

ARRAMATTA.-To LET, NEWLANDS, a lamil»

mansion, containing 10 rooms, pantry, detached kitchen, laundry, 4- stall stable, and coach-house, toother with about 20 acres of land. This superior property hao been tbo residence of Dr. Woolls for tho last soven years Intmediato possession can bo given. Apply to J. and Tf!

BYRNES,

1st June, 1872._

U BURBAN RESIDENCE, furnished, to LET for

twclvo months : good stabling, gardon, and plentiiol supply of water. Address J. R , HKIUI.I) Olllce,

f|AO LET, HAA:MÄRK1T RESTAURTÑT." AppTy

M on the irrmiscs, between 12 und 1 o'clock.

r"|AO LET, HAYMARKET HOTEL; rent low. Appij

Jl. on premises between 12 and 1.

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O LET, 3-ri.oiiied HOUSE in Phillip-st.; 2-roomeel

HOUSE, AVcntworlh-pl ; 10» and 8«. 8, Bligb-it. O LET, a SHOP situatoin iiing-streot ; gooif stand

_S. Levin, 164, Klng-Blrect._ tAO LET, a SHOP in Parratpatta-street, doable fremF;

lent 15s per week. Apply to Murphy and Bon.

~O LET,"HOUSES, Î2B and 87rÑlwlOTO"Roaa7opiio"

slio University. Apply Mr. Joseph, Cypress Hall,

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f|AO LET, o COTTAGE of 4 rooms, in Kent-strec', nest JL Margnret-slreet. Apply next door.

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O LET, n, BAKEHOUSE. No. 361, Sussex street,

near Goulbiirn-slreot,

O LET, No. 224, Bourke-street, new H0U«_,e

rooms, etc , 10 minutée from Georgo-slrcet.

O LET, No. 30, Upper Fnrt-stroet. Applvenpre"

mises ; or to T. AVilos, Neutral rUy.

O LET, Nos. 7 and l8, Dontain-temce. Apply to 1,

Mullens, 131, Pilt-Btreet.

rïtO LET, a PAWN SHOP, 105. Bathurst-stroo-, with JL fixtures. Apply lo J. Murphy, 107, Bathuret.stHst, rÏÏVÛThKV, that excellent SHOP, No. G2, HumTr-stTeTt",

M for moro than 20 yeera in tbe occupation of Mr. Sharp, butcher, suitable for any businoaa. Apply tu H, S,

Gibson, next door.

TO LET, 7¿TUnion-street7 Pyrmont!"CotlagfTRBSÍ

DENCE, seven rooms, kitohen, laundry, cellar, large pardon; also, small HOUSE, Helena-terrace, fourrooioa, kitchin, rent 10s. W. Day, Westnra Len, Pyrmont.

'|AO LET, Finsbury A'lLLA, IVarson-strool, BA)_-E

I. Eaat, a splendid viow of the harbour, A. W. Blair, Blair, Oxley, and Co., Steam Mills, Sussex-street ; or Pearson-street, Balmain.

T~ 0~LET, tbosiTiientTaTenT commodious PRBMÏBK8,

with stores nt the rear, now in the occupation cf Mr, George Lorking, 303, Goorge-streot. Possession giroa on 1st August. Apply F, Hart, Wynyard-square.

TO LET, at Point Pipor Road, Paddington, near the

churches, CHARLTON HOUSE, oontalning olevet. rooms (and ofllcos), some of thom largo, in poifoct rcpiir, Kent, ¿100 a ycur. Inquire within.

MHO LET, a HOUSE, in Crown-lane, AVoolloomooloo. JL containing threo (3) rooms, stabling for- two hnsttt, und shed for cab ; water laid on; rent, 10d per wcok. Apply to P. Ward, 107, Crown-street.

TO LET, that delightfiillv situatiHrnwrine RBST

DENCE, Muston VilIa,"ltluo's Point, North Shore, containing 12 rooms snd out-olllccs; fitted with ovorycon venioncc, The grounds huvo an e-vtensivo water frontage, and the propurty within threo minutes'walk of two j-te.vm ferries. W. T. Muston nnd Co., 173, Pltt-strcet. _ rino LET, that very desirable Country lteslelenco A ABBOTSFORD, situated on the main road, atont2 miles from Liverpool liailwav Station, and frenting George's River. IhohouEO contains drawing and timing rooms, and 4 bedrooms. There ara detached servant»' moma, kitchen (wilhRuB'eU's stove;, laundry (with large copper), coachhouse mid stabling, "irt-shede, pigsty«, eke, i.e. '1 he garden is about t wo acre», with a largo nuuibcr of fiuit trees. Paddock of 17 acres surrounds the house The

situation is very heulthy, and commands oxtensive vie«. Rent, £45. Apply Slenhomeand Hardy, solicitors, Sydst-y. or C. A. Scrivener, Liverpool.

Ö LET, a largo STORE ; also, a SAIL LOFT. Apply

William Short, Baltic Wharf, Market-stre-ot.

T T Ö

0 LET, a large STORE, in George-street. Apply lr

S. Lyons, 227, Georgo-street. _ FFIOES TO LET," ÑoTT, J-MISOÑ-STKKBT,

GENERAL NOTICE.-The Agents of this ioiru!>

ia various ports of the colony are as follows:

WESTERN.

Euthurst, Town of-Mr. H. Schwormstaedt

Bathurst, Guyong, Molong, Canowindra, Kelso, Fe-!'

Rockloy, Meadow Flat, and O'connell Plaint-Mr,

C. W. Croaker

Carcoar and Cowra-Mr. G. Rowlands

Hartley, Little Hartley, One Tree Hill, Bowenfels, "eran-

garoo, and Lithgow-Mr. Maurice Lynch Orango and Lucknow-Mr. James Dale

Wellington, Montefiores, and Ironbarks-Mr. B. A. Stat* Mudgee, Rylstono, Avisford, Louisa Creek, Winder»),

Long Creek, Hargraves, and Mundoora«-Mess».

John Dickson and Sons. Sofala-Mr. W. AValker Dubbo

SOUTHERN. Albur)-Mr. S. Mudge

Denimo, Bowroll, Nattai, Sutton Forest, -to. Moa«»!»

Mr. A. J. Powell, Berrima _ Camden, Narellan, Burragorang, »nd the Oaks-Mr. J.

Simpson, Camden ,.

Goulburn, Marulan, Collector, and Bungonia-Mr. »owni

Craig

Yass, Binalong, Gunning, Murnumburra-, and Ju|Wa<

Mr. James P. Ritchie

Braidwood, Araluen, »nd Nelligen-Mr. R. 0. Buckley

Burrowa-Mr. J. AV. Costello

Gundagai and Tarcutta-Mr. Mlohael Norton AVolIongong and Dapto-Mr. William Hewlott

Kiama, Jei-ringong, and Jamberoo-Mr. Thomas 1. Fu»»* Shoalhaven-J. Green, postmaster, Nowra

Bombala, Eden, Bega, Delegate, Merimbula, and FsniMUS>

-Mr. A. G. Flavolle

Young-Messrs. Hopkins and Gate Wagga AVagga-Mr. W. C. Hunter

Milton and Ulladulla-Mr. Frederick Hall.

NORTHERN.

Armidale-Mr. H. G. Mallara _?«,_>" Hinton, Hoxbaio, AVoUombi, Seaham, Lsrgs, Mul«p

Forest, sad Black Creek-Mr. R. Blair Dungog and Clarence Town-Mr. Hanna Paterson and Gresford-Mr. W. Thomson

Singleton and Jerrv's Plains-Mr. William Hey«

Muswellbrook and Merton-Mr. D. Bell .^ Mm nu lundi, Quirindi, and Warialda -Mr. Alexsawi

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