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AUCTION SALES.

In tho Insolvent Estate of II. L. Aloxandor."

On MONDAY, October 13, nt li o'clock, at tho Labour

Balnur, Pitt-strcot.

Tho wholo of Insolvent's Housohold Furniture, Seo.,

comprising-Loo, Dining, and Sido Tamos, Horsohuir p Couch, Chairs, Cheval Glass, BodBtoads, Toilot "' Tnblcs and Glasses, Wnshstunds and Sets, Kitohon

,Utenstls, Seo. i i { j

ALEXANDER MOORE and CO. have re-

ceived instructions from Mr. R. H. Sempill, official assignee, hy direction of tho creditois, to sell by publie auction, at the Mart, Pitt-strcot, j

The nbovo

New mid Second-hand Clothiug, Drapery, Fanoy Goods, ' Tin and Brushwuro, Saddlory, Cutlory, Josvellory, &o. '

ALEXANDER MOOKI, and CO. will

pell bv public auction, THIS DAY, at li o'clock, at tho Mart, Pitt-strcot, . ,

Tho above. _,

MONDAY, 13th instant, - . ' '

Boots and Shoes, (Boots and Shoes. i Kew nnd Seasonable Goods, just landed ex latest arrivals.

To tho Trodo, Country Buyors, Bhippors, and othors.

MR. M. MOLONY is favoured with in-i

structions from the importers to sell byt nuction, at his Rooms, No. 239, Georgo-streot North, noxti the Bank of AiiBtralosia, on MONDAY, tho 13th instant, at 11 o'clock prompt,

Several small invoioos of now and seasonable) goods, juat .landed ex latest arrivals, comprising many linos required

by the trade in

i Ladies'

Maids'

, Children's, and * .

i Mtn's

Boob) and shoos.

All of which have positively to bo sold without reserve.

Terms, liberal, at sale. 1 Timo-11 o'clock.

Preliminary Notice.

To Hotelkcopors and othors. ' .

BARKER and GILBERT have received

instructions to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, O'Conncll-strcet, opposite Hbiialt) Offloo, on TUESDAY next, l4tB October, at 11 o'clock.

Wines, spirits, Bottled and bulk alo and porter. "

Particulars m futuro lesuo.

To Parties Furnishing and othors,

BARKER and GILBERT will sell by public

auction, at their Rooms, O'Connell-street, opposite HxitAU) Oftioo, on "WEDNESDAY next, October lo, at 11 o'clock,

A quantity of usoful housohold furniture.

SATURDAY .», 11th October, at 11 am. T"

* At tho Australian Auction Rooms, Pitt-street.

ATTRACTIVE UNRESERVED SALE

of

ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. j l . , a . 'Valuable

ELECTROPLATED WARE, &c. . - Superb

, Brilliant-toned

?WALNUT and ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANO-

FORTES.

RICHLY-CUT GLASS.

HANDSOME PORTFOLIO for ENGRAVINGS, with

patent locks

Artist's Moist Colour Box

VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS Proof Engravings

Revolvers, in evnsos ,

MASSIVE MAHOGANY DINING-ROOM SUITE,

covered in morocco, consisting of Loungo, Easy Chair, Ladies' Chairs, 8 Cbiurs, and 2 Footstools

RICHLY CARVED MAHOGANY. SIDEBOARD,

plate-glnss back, willi cellnrctto

Spanish-mahogany 3-tier Dinner Waggon

JSxtonding Mahogany Telescope DiningTablo, with patent

screw and 3 spare leaves Black Marble Clock

Vases, Lustres, and Ornaments

Elegant AValnut Drawing-room Suite, covered in blue and

silver satin, consisting of Lounge, Easy Chair, Lady's Chair, and 6 Chairs

Walnut-shaped Loo Tablo

Cord Tables and Occasional Tables Gilt Pier-gin«, 60 x 40

HANDSOME SUITE BEDROOM FURNITURE, in

Huon Pine, consisting of Wardrobe, pin to-glass door, Mnrblotop Woshstand and Drossing-tablo, with glass

to match

Commode, Towel-horse, and Chest Drawers

Brass plates Bedstead, with Palliass, Hair Mattress,

Bolsters, Pillows, otc.

Kitchen Utensils ~ ' And Sundries.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, atid LAMB have

received instructions to sell by auction, at the Australian Auction Rooms, Pitt-street, THIS DAY, 11th October, at 11 a.m., ,

loTho above.

Terms, caBh._ THIS DAY, at half-past 10 a.m.

At tho Australian Auction Rooms, Pitt-street, '* ' "SUPERB COLLECTION

of

FIRST-CLASS JEWELLERY and WATCHES HANDSOME GOLD CHAINS, and RINGS, Seo.

Tho Personal Effects of a Gentleman leaving tho Colony.

Comprising * ' ?

VALUABLE Gold Hunting Lover Watches , c Ditto ditto Open-faco ditto ( , ' MASSIVE Gold Alberts ' l,Bdiea_,ÇANDSOME Gold Chains - ,

Ditto ditto Fanes Diamond Rings, Ruby, Emerald,

Sapphire, Ruby and Diamond, Cluster, Turquoise,

Opal, &c. "' t , i ladies tad Gent's Mourning Rings , ,

Gcnt.'s. ditto Scarf Ring ¡ \

GOLD, SUITES, Brooch and Earrings . , , " '

Gold Lockets, Gold flexible Necklets

Solitaires, Gold and Silver Toothpicks

Gold and Silver Pencil Cases

SUPERB Gold Biooehes, Bog Oak Brooches ?Vulcanite Suites, Silver Thimblos, &c.

To Jewellers, Fancy Ware Dealors, and private Gentlemen.

B1V&DLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB have

received instructions to sell by auction, at the Australian Auction Rooms, Fitt-Btreot, THIS DAY, at ialf-past 10 a.m., ( , , '

JEWELLERY, tho personal effects of a gentleman

leaving the colony,

,T(

orme, cash.

Preliminary Notice. t , .

At Gooderich Lodge, Uppor William-street North, early

.< ' ' next month.

Highly Important and Attractive Sale by Auction

VALUABLE BRONZES , Ott PAINTINGS and WORKS OF ART - > MOSAIC TABLES

MARBLE STATUARY

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

WELL-MATCHED CARRIAGE HORSES ELEGANT BAROUCHE,

LIGHT and ROOMY BROUGHAM * SADDLERY, HARNESS MILCH COW, &c, &c.

Particulars of which will bo published and Catalogues

issued. y BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB have

been favoured -with instructions from F. Tooth, Esq. (in consequence of his removal to the country prior io his departure for England), to sell by_ auction, at his »csidence, Gooderich Lodge, Uppor William-stroet, early j»cxt month,

The wholo of his valuable f urnituro and effects, horses

and carriages, harness, &c, &c. v Terms, cash.

* BOOTS and SHOES.

An Entire Shipment of Spring Goods now landing

Ex Abergeldie.

By Order of Messrs. SADDINGTON and SONS. ^

On TUESDAY next, 14th instant, at 11 o.m. FOR POSITIVE UNRESERVED SALE.

At the Rooms, 1C7, Pitt-street.

c

To the Boot and Shoe Trade.

HAS. MOORE and CO. are instructed by Meiere. Boddington and Sons to iel! by auction, their Balo Rooms, 107, Pitt-street, on TUESDAY

7a* shipment of new goeds, manufactured by test ,* OTTO HERZ and CO. *_*. S. WOOLF

sehet SHOW and BENNBTT

«E11.1 A.andW.FLATAUaadCO. officu ^Ami og!,- Well-knowxi house«. ?T Term» at sale.

PRELIMINARY.

ROONEY and SONS' BRUSHWARE N

SACK. TRUCKS PLATED WAKE ENGRAVINGS

LAMPS, &o. , t" ... . j _°_ï .}Y£D NJjJDAY next, 15th instant, at 11 a.m.

GBÀS'.'iMOORE and CO. are instructed \o

sell by auction, at their Sale Rooms, 107, Pï£t street, on WEDNESDAY next, 15th instant, at 11 a.ra.,1

60 packages of tho nbovo. , |

_Particulars in futuro issuos. < i ' PRELIMINARY NOTICE. T

Now landing ox Abergeldie and Cathcart. i

GENERAL DRAPERY * LINENS

CLOTHING

* WOOLLENS '

FANCY GOODS ' PERFUMERY, &c. ' ' Absolute Unreserved Salo on THURSDAY and FRIDAY

next, 16th and 17th instant, at 11 a.m. each day.

To Warehousemen, Drapers, Storekeepers, and othors.

CHAS. MOORE and CO. are instructed to'

sell by auction, at their Sale Rooms, 167, Pitt-i street, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY next, !

73 packages of now goods.

Tho Fancy Goods will bo offered on FRIDAY. Details in Wednesday's issuo.

Preliminary.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY noxt, Octobor 14 and 15.

M' R. CHARLES TEAKLE will sell by

auction, «t his Rooms, 7. Wynyard-street, on tho ahovo days, nt 11 o'clock each day,

41 packages general drapery, dress materials, summer

twoeds, rcady-uiado clothing, hoeiory, hats, and caps, j ust landed ex Centurion.

Full particulars in futuro issuo. ' Preliminary.

Important to Enrthcnwaro and China Dealers, Country

Storekeepers, and othors.

iFRIDAY, October 17th.

MR. CHAS. TEAKLE lias been favoured

with instructions from Messrs. Mason, Brothers, to sell by auction, nt his Rooms, Wynyard street, on tho ahovo day, ' l ' ' '

60 packages, just lauded, ex White Addor, comprising

DINNER SETS, TOILET SETS, jugs in sots, . white and gold earthenware, toa and coobo sots,

basins, bakers, bowls, gUsswaro, tumblers, pub I Heans' glasses, and n largo vorioty of saiablo

i goods.

I Also, ' "? i

j 20 cases keroscno chimnoys, AnndB, just landed, in j splendid condition. (

t Opened out in lots to suit purchasers.

j_Full particulars in futuro issue. _

> MAURITIUS SUGARS.

i Balance of the Cargo of the

, MARGARET FALCONER.

In tho Market for UNRESERVED SALE.

i "MONDAY, Octobor 13, at tho City Mart.

! By order of Messrs. M'DONALD, SMITH, and CO.

j 2163 Pockete

] 1417 Bags.

¡ Embracing FINEST WHITES and YELLOWS.

RF. STUBBS and CO. will sell by

. auction, at the City Mart, on MONDAY, October 13, at 11 o'clock,

(Tho balanco of tho cargo ef sugars,

I - Ex MARGARET FALCONER, j 2103 pockets I 1417 bags.

PTho Auctioneers aro ordered to clear off this balanoo

IOUT RESERVE, to close the cargo,

TennB liberal.

> ARROLL'S NO. 3 PALE ALE,

a shipment of 50 Hogshoads.

j Now landed ex SEATOLLER,

' in first-class condition.

^Igf This Brand of Beor is rapidly advancing in publio

estimation, and good judges already classify it equal lo MARRIAN'S. In tho BRISBANE MARKET it holds a-irst position. i

Under instructions from Messrs. MASON, BROTHERS. "O F. STUBBS and CO. will sell by auction, .___». at Viles's Bond, Campbell's Wharf, on MONDAY, Octobor 13th, at half-past 12 o'clock sharp,

Tho shipment of Arroll's No. 3, palo ale, ex SEA TOLLER,

j 50 hogsheads.

Tho consignees liavo determined to quit tin. shipment at auction in order to afford tho trade an opportunity of test- ing {the merits of Arroll's No. 3 with other brands. No private offers will be entertained. : i

j TermB, liberal.

I ' Salvage from tho Wreck »f tho Dayspring. ,

t/_ j On account of whom it may concom.

RF. STUBBS and CO. will sell .by

. auction, at the Jtooms, on MONDAY, 15th October, at half-past 10 o'clock,

Awnings, jibs, staysails, trysails, foresails (patent), &o. Bread, flour, &c.

s j Terms, cash.

j Primo Port Coopor Cheese

Postponed in consequenco of not being landed in time for

I " sale. ,

Ex s. 8. Omeo, from Lyttelten,

Rf! STUBBS and CO. will sell by auc

» tion, at their Rooms, on MONDAY, Ootober 13, at 11 o'clock.^ »ii ' , '

28 cascB superior Port Cooper cheeso.i t, ,

lu lots to suit purchasers. / Terms at sale.

S Oilmon's Stores.

1 ! Now Shipments now landing.

Ex White Adder,' Centurion, and Sir J. Lawrenoe.

] 1286 Paokages. '

R| F. STUBBS and CO. have received

.-instructions from)the consignee to sell by auc- tion, at tho City Mart, on MONDAY, Ootober 13,'at 11 , o'clock, _.

1286} packages now oilmen's stores, comprising most

salable lines.

' . J Full particulars at sale.

'erms liboral.

j Hobart Town Palings and Shingles.

By order of the consignees.

Now landed on Street's Wharf, Sussex-street,

RF. STUBBS and CO. will sell by auc

« tion, at Street's "Wharf, on TUESDAY, October 14, at 3 o'clock,

900O box paling», 5 foot .. 8000 market ditto, and

30,000 shingleB. _

Dundee Goods. >

; Cornsacks and Woolpacks.

Just landed by order of the Consignees.

RF. STUBBS and CO. will sell by auction,

. at their Rooms, on "WEDNESDAY, October 15, at 11 o'clock,

25 bales cornsacks (2flbB.)

15 bales striped woolpacks (lOJlbs.). Also,

5 bales light-weight cornsacks, each 509.

Particulars at sale. French Wire i Nails.

Ob account of whom it may concern.

Ex White Adder, from London.

Moro or less damaged,

By order of Mosers. Learmonth, Diddneen, and Co,

T> F. STUBBS and CO: will m1 hy «_ J__l» tioa,_ the City Mart, on WEDNESDAY, lO.etober 15, at H «'clock,

_S< case« French wire neils, assorted gauge«.

, Terms, cash,

GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON,

HOLLO WARE.

Ex Centurion, from London,

Undor instructions from Messrs. Montefiore, Josoph,

' ? "* i'! . "'^ "^ luiu- *o.. * ' ' ' ' ' ' . ï E, ¥[. STUBBS and GO. witl sell by auc

. tion, at the Rooms, on WEDNESDAY, October 16, at It o'clook, ' ' , '

20 ernies Phillips mid Hill G. C. iron, 7 foot, 26 g. ! 20 ditto ditto 8 feet, ditto ditto 10 ditto ditto 9 feet, ditto ditto.

Also, 3 hogsheads hollowaro.

Terms at salo.

French Wira Nails.

On account of whom it may concern.

Ex White Adder, from Loudon.

By ordor of Messrs. Montefiore, Joseph, and Co. ' RP. STUBBS and CO. will sell by

. auction, at tho Rooms, on WEPNESD AY, October 16th, at 11 o'clock,

D in doublo trianglo,

1-30 - 30 cases, each I cwt. rose-head nails, 11 inch,

13G * ' 31-60 - «0 ditto, ditto, 1 i ditto, 12 ditto 61-110- 60 ditto, ditto, 1J ditto, li ditto 111-130- 20 ditto, ditto, 2 ditto, 12 ditto

131-140- 10 ditto, ditto, 1J ditto, U ditto 141-180- 40 ditto, ditto, 2 ditto, li ditto 181-200- 20 ditto, ditto, 1J ditto, 10 ditto 201-350-150 ditto, ditto, 2 ditto, 10 ditto 361-380- 30 ditto, ditto, 2£ ditto, 9 ditto 381-420- 40 ditto, ditto, 2 ditto, 9 ditto

421-460- 30 ditto, ditto, 2\ ditto, 8 ditto * 451-465- 16 ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, 7 ditto 460-480- 15 ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, 6 ditto

481-490-10 ditto, ditto, 4 ditto, 6 ditto ^ . 491-600- 10 ditto, ditto, 4 ditto, 4 ditto

£01-605- 6 ditto, ditto, 6 ditto, 4 ditto ' 606-610- 5 ditto, ditto, 6 ditto, 3 ditto.

Moro or less damaged.

Term«, cash.

U CTI ONEElt'S NOTICE.

A

Mr. LOUIS COHEN dosiros to intimate to Mb friends and constituents that ho hub taken into PARTNERSHIP Messrs. JOHN RANDAL CAREY and ALFRED WILLIAM GILLES; and that tho businoss hithorto carried on by Loui« Cohen and Co. will for the future bo oonducted undor tho stylo of CAREY, COHEN, and

GILLES.

Sydney, 24th Sopfcmbor, 1873. '

TUESDAY, tho 14th instant, nt 11 o'clock. j To I'Joso accounts.

' 120 Bags Dates. '

[/"1AREY, COHEN, and GILLES have''been

! \J instructed to sell by auction, at their Rooms

(Bank Auction Rooms), on TUESDAY, tho 14th instant, ¡at 11 o'clock, to close accounts,

120 bags .dates.

j Terms at salo. ' ~ TUESDAY, tho 14th instant.

j 6 Cases Havannah Cigar«

I C Ditto Manila ditto.

S«pAREY, COHEN, and GILLES have been

\J instructed to sell bv auction, nt their Rooms, on TUESDAY, the 14th instant, al 11 o'clock,

I 6 coses Havannah cigars, " La Patria" , \ 6 ditto Manila ditto. '

' Terms at salo.

TUESDAY, tho Mik instant, at 11 o'clock. >

To Mort-ants, Brewers, Grocers, Country Buyers, Ship

i pera, and others.

IMPORTANT SALE. - CARGO of NEW CROP

I SUGAR, just arrived ex PALACE, from MAU

I R1TIUS.

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS from ' Mesare. COWLISHAW, BROTHERS.

Consisting of 5900 bags Mauritius .Sugars, splendidly

assorted, from fino Counters to puro Snowdrop. ! AT THE BANK AUCTION ROOMS.

CAREY, COHENS and GILLES are

favoured with instructions from the Impor- ters, Messrs. Cowlishaw-, Brothers, to soil by auction, at their Rooms (Bank Auction Rooms), Georgo-streot, on TUESDAY next, tho 14th, at 11 o'clock, prompt,

Tho entire cargo of thp Barque PALACE, from Mauri- tius, consisting of

5900 bags of NEW CROP SUGARS,

' being the best assorted cargo that has arrived in tho

market this seaton, representing ovory shade of colour I now on demand.

«3- CAN BE HAD IN BOND OR DUTY PAID, ATTHE OPTION OF PURCHASERS.

I Terms, liberal at salo.

Tho Auctioneers, in calling attention to tho evbovo cargo, hayo morely to remark that over) inducement will bo offered to ¿ho trndo and buyers gonomlly to operate nt this Balo, tho importers being willing to meot'tho market, and ^osirous of

closing everv line. '

OST SAMPLES AND CATALOGUES AT THE

RQOMS ON MONDAY._ ' | On WEDNESDAY, 15th October, at 12 o'clock. .

FOR POSITIVE SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

i by order of tho Mortgagees,

I tho Ketch RACHAEL.

CIAREY, COHEN, and GILLES have re

[ ceived instructions from tho mortgagees to sell by publio auction, on the above date, at the Bank Auction

,ltootnt>,

The fast-sailing kotch RACHAEL, 40 tons register,

\ with all gear, appurtenances, &c, &c.

. This vessel, being only 14 months old, is in good ordor, and well provided with overy requisite for a vessel of her

rácj__^

On WEDNESDAY, 16th Octobor, at 12 o'clock, j for POSITIVE SALE by Public Auction, . ' by order of tho Mortgagees, ?.' > the Ketch Confidence.

ÍT1AREY, COHEN, and GILLES have re ' vy j ceived instructions from the mortgagees to «eil

by public auction, on the above dato, at tho Bank Auction Roouie,

Tho first-class kotch CONFIDENCE,

44 tons register,

! with all sails, goar, tackle, boats, Seo., Seo., as por in j ventory, to bo seen at tho room a« f the auctioneers.

The» above vessel, being nearly new, well-found, and in thorough good order, is weft worthy tho attention of speculators and parties iu quest of vessels of «hallow draught._

INES, SPIRITS, ALE, &c. Wo Bhall hold an extensivo Salo of Wines, Spirits, Bulk and Bottled Alo, on THURSDAY, tho 16th* instant. Particulars in a futuro issue.

j CAREY, COHEN, and GILLES,

Auctioneers.

j Preliniinnry Notice.

j CITY and COUNTRY PROPERTIES.

CAREY, COHEN, and GILLES are i»

istructed to sell ,by auction, at their Rooms (Bank(Auction Rooms), in a few days, of which due

notice will bo given,

.i ^ Several very valuables city and country properties.

Particulars in a futuro issue. _ " ~l MONDAY, the 20th instant.

! CRUSHING AND MINING PLANT.

Stores, buildings, and Property of tho GLOBE GOLD

, MINING and CRUSHING COMPANY, Chambers

Creek.

Under instructions from tho Mortgagees.

CAREY, COHEN, and GILLES have re-

ceived instruction« from tho mortgagees t« sell

by auction, at their Rooms (Bank Auction Rooms), on

MONDAY, the 20th inBtont, at li o'clock,

CRUSHING PLANT.-Consisting of engine, boiler,

and battery of 15 head of stampers, complete, with «oncentrator and amalgamating barrel, built by Mort and Co., and recently erected.

STORES.-Quicksilver, mining, smith's and carpenter s

tools, powder fusoo, iron, stool, iron safo, gold scalos, lamp, clock, nnd a largo quantity of sundries, as per inventory, which can bo seen at tho rooms of tho

Auctioneers.

PROPERTY.-Consisting of 24 acres loaw oa tho

Hooke and Nuggetty Reefs ; engine and dam site, with tho buildings thereon; machino shed, store room, blacksmiths' shops, office and and managors' rooms ; oIeo, water right of 600 yards, head race, and

100 yards tail race.

An inventory of tho abovo can be seen at tho room« of the Auctioneers. Also, pL*n anowing position of the lease«. Tho whela of the plant i« in first-rate condition and thorough working order.

' Tenas, cash.

w

Uü'llUiNEEK'S NOTICE,

. Liberal advance« mudo on HOUSE and LAND PRO- PERTY placid in our bauds for SALE.

. .. ,. " . FRANCIS FAHEY and CO., Auctioneers.

PEREMPTORY SALE.

riTT-STUEET, REDFERN. I

Yaluaulo Frcohold Propci ty, situito at Junotion of East

street willi Pitt-streot. '

TITLE unquestionable. TERMS at Salo.

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have re

ceivrd instructions to sell by public auction, at -MORTS ROOMS, Pitt-streot, at 11 o'clock, on WED- NESDAY, 22nd Octobor,

Tho following: vulimblo freehold properties situate in PITT-STREET, Redfern, nt its junction with Eost

streot.

LOT 1.-Block of lund having 55 foot frontage to

PITT-STREET, on which aro oronted 2 substnutial cottages, ono known as WINCHESTER COT- TAGE, tho residonco of Mr. Camper, oontaining 6 rooms and kitchen ; tho other containing 2 rooms

and kitchen. ,

LOT 2.-Block of land having 20 foot frontago to

PITT-STREET, nt its junotion wUh EAST STREET, nu which is orected a cottago containing 3

rooms and kitchen.

Thet-o aro very dosirablo frcohold properties »ituate in _n excellent position, and well worthy tho attention of thone ceking property in tho locality.

wöölTloomooloo.

Valuablo block of Land, situate in DOWLING-STREET,

eloso to WILLIAM-STREET, having a frontago of 22 feet C inches, by a depth of 02 feet, moro or loss,

*tlTLE unquestionable. TERMS nt Salo.

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. haye received

instructions to sell by public auction, at MORT'S ROOMS, ritt-Rtreot, at li o'«look, on

WEDNESDAY, Octobor 22,

The abovo valuable block of building land, situate in an

excellent position, and being m tho market for POSITIV.«: SALE, is well worth the attention of . thoso requiring land in the locality. "" POSITIVE SALE.

ENMORE ROAD, NEWTOWN:

closo to STATION-STREET.

2 ALLOTMENTS OF LAND,

each having a frontage of 40 feet.

TITLE unquestionable. TERMS at Salo.

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at MORT'S BOOMS, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clook, on '

WEDNESDAY, 2_n OCTOBER,

The following valuablo frcohold allotments, situate at

Newtown, and fronting tho

! ENMORE ROAD.

I Those 2 Allotments of Land, each having a frontago of

42 FEET hy o dopth of 100 feet to a lano.

1 *«* Theso allotments adjoin the property Of Mr. Alder irnan Bedford, and aro within a fow feet of Station-Btreot.

! C_T Moro eligiblo allotments are not to bo purchased in 'the locality. Thoyaro for POSITIVE SALE, and well worth tho consideration of Uioso in quest of good building

sites.

PLAN on view nt Mori's Rooms.

POSITIVE SALE. WAVERLEY.

Choice Freehold Proporty, situate at tho junction of

Botany-Btrcot with Salisbury-street, and woll known

| ob tho residonco of Mr. JOSEPH VICKERY, im ¡ mediately opposite Edina House, tho residence of Mr.

Ebenezer Vickery.

t «. -

TITLE unquestionable. TERMS at Salo.

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at MORT'S ROOMS, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clock, on

WEDNESDAY, 29th Octobor,

That choico freehold propcrtv Bituato at WAVERLEY,

at (ho junction of 'BOTANY-STREET and SALISBURY-STREET, oomprifing nn aroa ' of about ONE ACRE of land, on which i* erected I that substantial dsvelling-houso, tho reaidenco of

Mr. JOSEPH VICKERY, containing Ave rooms, coachhouse, stores, &c

¡Tho grounds aro highly cultivated, with over 200 fruit

bearing trees.

iggy This is n, very choico freehold, Bituato in a very pleasant locality, within easy aeneas of Sydney, and woll worth tho attention of thoso seeking proporty in tho locality._.

*1 PEREMPTORY SALE. ~

', MOORE PARK.

.Yàlunhlo City Freehold, situated at tho Junction of

i DOWLING and FITZROY STREETS, consisting

of a DWELLING-HOUSE, containing hall, six 1 rooms, kitchen, and servants' roem, pantry, bath ! room, &c.

j TITLE unquestionable. TERMS at Sale ,

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at MORT'S ROOMS, Pitt-street, at 11 o'clock, on

J WEDNESDAY, 29th October,

That really valuablo city freehold, Bituato at tho june

I tion of DOWLING and FITZROY STREETS,

and overlooking MOORE PAUK, with tho sub ' Btuntial Houso recently erected thereon, built of 1 brick on stono foundations, vviih slated roof, and

cemented, containing hall, six rooniB, kitchen, and 1 servants' room, pantry, bathroom, Sea., with bal * conies to tho second and third floors. Buck entrance.

egf This is undoubtedly a STERLING CITY IN- VESTMENT in ono of tho very best positions in Sydney, commanding most extensivo and beautiful views, which cannot bo built out; it is most faithfully built,and has just been completed in a most tasteful monner,svithout regard te expense. Tho property is now in the market for positivo eole.'and intending investor» are particularly requested to viow tho property before the day of sale.

" i UNRESERVED SALE.

COOPER AN» HOLT STREETS, STRAWBERRY

! > HILL.

VALUABLE comer Allotniout. having 200 foot frontago,

moro or less, to Cooper-streot, by a depth of 117 foot, moro or leas, to Holt-street.

TITLE-Apply to G. leeton, Esq., Solioitor, Pitt-streot.

j TERMS at Sale.

"dJaYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have re

JClLÍ ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at Mart's Rooms, Pitt-.treot, or 11 o'clock, on WEDNES- DAY 29th Octobor,

That really valuable freehold allotment, situate at tho

|corner of COOPER and HOLT STREETS, STRAWBERRY HILL, having a frontago of 200 (feet, moro or less, to the former, by a depth of 117

'feet, moro or less, to the latter.

ifäf' This allotment occupies a vory choico position in a rising locality, and is well worth tho consideration of any one onjthe look-out for a good building Bite. ,

f GOOD CITY FREEHOLD.

Thoso two faithfully-built 3-Btorv Btoros, Bituato in .

! QUEEN'S PLACE,

off Pitt-Btreet, near the Circular Quoy, and now in the occupation of Messrs. M'Gregor and Co. and

Saddington and Sons.

i TITLE unquoBtionable. TERMS at Sale

RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have're-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at Mort'a Rooms, Pitt-Btrcot, at li o'clock, cn WED- NESDAY, 29lh October,

That capital block of frcohold City property, situate in

QUEEN'S PLACE,

off Pitt-Btrcot, on which aro orected two 3-STORY STORES, each containing 3 floors, with collar,' built of brick ou stono foundations nnd shingled roof, and now occupied by Messrs. M'Gregor and Co. and Saddington and Sens.

43T This property is'in an admirable position, always commanding occupancy at n fair rental, and would bo found a lucrative investment either for occupation or to lot. " FOR POSITIVE SALE.

THREE HOUSES-Nos. 10, 12, and 14, HILL-i

STREET, between MACQUARIE - STREET SOUTH and BRISBANE-STREET.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at the Reoms, Pitt-Btroct, on FRIDAY, 17th Octobor, at 11

o'clock,

All that piece of land, having 45 feet fronrfiige to HILL

STREET, with a depth of about 84 foot extending to a lano at the rear, on which aro erected THREE STONE and BRICK BUILT HOUSES-Nos. 10,12, and 14, Hill-stroet-containing, each, balcony, six rooms, with yards, «te, at the rear. RENTAL, £124 16s PER ANNUM.

fft* This property is in a good part of the city, closo to thoSouth Head Read- a position that will always secure an adequate return as an investment.

Terms at sale.

FREEHOLD PROPERTY

i in the most valuablo position in

REDFERN/

n few feat fiom the junction of Pitt and Redfern streets.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have ro

oeived instructions to sell by public auction, at tbo Room», Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, 17th Ootobor, at 11 o'clock, . '

LOT 1.-All that allotmont of land, having 60 feet

froningo to REDFERN-STREET, with a depth of 133 FEET, upon which is erected

FOREST LODGE.

. a substantial two-story dwolling-houBe, built of briok

and stono, willi slato roof, containing drawing and dining rooms (fitted with suporior marblo mantel- pieces), library, nursery, 6 bodroonm, kitchin, panlry, scullery, and bath-room, with good yard, water laid on, Ac, ni tho rear, and tastefully arranged garden

in front.

*»* This is a vory dcsirablo and convcniontly situated residonco just outnido tho city boundary, oloso to Clovolaud strcot and Prince Alfred Park. It wa» built by the proprietor for his own accommodation, and fitted with moro than tho usual family onnvenitnoos. Tho roon» ure «pacious, lofty, and roniarkably well finished ; indeed tho wholo of tho promise» will bear oloso inspeotion with re- gard to their substantial ckaraotur, and thoir general arrangement and finish as a SUPERIOR FAMILY RII

SIDENCE.

LOT 2.-Allotmeat of land adjoining tho above, and

having 26 feet frontogo to REDFERN-STREET, I with n depth of 100 feet, on whioh aro premisos con- I mining two largo room». This building was in-

tended for kitchen and servant's room to a rosidouao , to bo erected in front. It could, if dosirod, bo incor- porated with Lot 1.

LOT 3.-WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE, «rested

upon an allotment of land having; 23 foot frontage to TURNER-STREET, with a depth of 67 foot.

^ST The above i« a favourably-situated block of property in tilts favourite «uburb, of a chisa.that will alway»|lot well, anil prove n profitable pay in s investment.

THE TERRACES.

' That eommcdioui Familv Ramdcnco,

togothor with TWO ACRES HIGHLY IMPROVED

FREEHOLD GROUNDS, off

THE GLENMORE ROAD,

overlooking the harbour, well known as the proporty, and

for many years tho residonco of

H. BURTON BRADLEY, Eiq.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instruction« to sell by public auction, at the Rooms, Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, 17th Ootobor, at 11 o'dook,

. . THE TERRACES.

THIS ' COMMODIOUS FIRST-CLASS FAMILY

. RESIDENCE is »ituntod botwoen tho GLEN-

MORE AND NEW SOUTH HEAD ROADS, just outside tho city boundary.

THE HOUSE is built in a most substantial manner of »tono and brick, tho work being of un unusually massivo character. Thora is a verandah 11 feet wido in front, and I the accommodation comprises

' ON THE GROUND FLOOR-Hall, timing and draw-

ing rooms, each 28 x l8 (both lofty, taftofully deooraUd apartments), breakfast room, day nursery, library, bailor's pantry, with glutB and «hinft doset, well fitted store room,

and verandah room. .

'1HE UPPER FLOOR, approached by a hondsomo wido staircase, comprise» best bedroom 28 x l8, a very

«nutiful apartment 14 feet in hoight, with dressing room , ttached, nnd six other bedrooms.

Í ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE aro Iho -following OUTBUILDINGS, large kitchen, with Leamington cook tog range, laundry, with copper and ironing stove, scullery, 'store room, dairy, knifo and boot roora, »nd coal or wood houso ; detached ara larder, bathroom, anti BorvanU' slcoping rooms. The othor buildings includo 2-stull stable, hayloft, groom's room, and largo shed for vehicles.

THE GROUNDS contain on area of UPWARDS OF TWO ACRES OF FREEHOLD LAND with con- siderable road frontage. The wholo aro terraced by stone retaining walls, and otbsrwiso highly improved. The garden is so well known and enjoys so high a repute for tasteful arrangement and sylvan beauty ub to nocd no comment. Its present perfection i» tho result of up- ward» of 20 years' r*creativef»tudy and labour of an amateur florist and botanist, and tho wholo is ono brilliant mass of magnificent trees and raro shrubH of mature growth, glorious in hoight, porfect in form, exquisito in Kjmniotry, clumped and clustered togothor in a most attractive manner, so as to form a broad effectivo picture brightwith nearly pcrpotual bloom, delightfully socladed, a perfect landscape within itself. A portion of ths terrace« is ocoupiod by choleo full-bearing fruit trees, and tho grounds aro enriched by a consulat flowing »breain, broken by miniature waterfalls.

' There is also a small grecnhou«o, and a stove fitted with hot water pipes to pita, comprising ni_o glass frames, adapted for tho growth of oxotic plants. The »ita of the houso is flovated, commanding a fin« view of tho harbour arid surrounding scenery, and tho land (upwards of two nares) clono to tho City boundary, and within walking dis- tance of it« business centre, has nat only a proaint, bat an ¡Himeneo prospectiva valu«.

GARDS TO VIEW can bo obtained on application at .the Room», j,.

" i Term» at sale. »

B1

' By order of tho Trustees of tbo Assigned Estate of ' , Mr. James Minty.

i WITHOUT ANY RESERVE. ' ' 0 ' In Lots to suit Purchasers. I BURRY HILLS.

ICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auc- tion, at tho Rooms, Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, 17th October, at 11 o'clock,

LOT 1.-ALL THAT PIECE of land having 27 f«et

, frontage to ANN-STREET, botweon Riley and

Macquarie streets, Surry Hills, with a depth of 120 feet, extending to LITTLE GIPPS-STREET, upon

which aro erected :

ANN-STREET: BUSINESS PREMISES, OCCU- PIED by Mr. MINTY, built of brick, slated roof, con- taining balcony, doublo shop, 4 rooms, kitchen, washhouse, bath, 4c. Tho shop is fitted with counters, shelve», and

g*»-'

TWO-STORY HOUSE adjoining, containing baloony, 6 rooms, kitchen, and waak-houso, with yaid, ko.

LITTLE GIPPS-STREET : TWO-STCRY fiOUSE

with verandah and balcony, 4 rooms, kitohon, and wash-

house.

DRICK VERANDAH COTTAGE, of 3 rooms and kitchen, &c.

LOT 2.-All that paresel of land, boing lot 5 and put of

lot 0, of section S, FOSTERVILLE ESTAT«, Surry-Hill», having 40 feot frontago to SMITH ' STREET, between GIPPS and ANN STREETS,

and 125 feot to YARD'S-LANE, upon which are ' «rooted tho following :

CORNER PREMISES of brick, with slated roof, con- taining Bhop and 3 rooniB.

Two Cottagos adjoining, containing each 2 room» and attics^ with yard, &o., at tho roar.

Iggf" Instructions uro received to «eil tho whol« of the above freehold«, without roaorvo, in lots to »uit pur-

chasers.

Plan «n viow SE the Rooms. ;

j Terms at sale. ', ' ELIZABETH-STREET SOUTH.

TWO-STORY ' HOUSE, north of DEVONSHIRE

STREET, opposite tho RISING SUN HOTEL, adjoining Mr. SHARP'S PROPERTY.

\ TITLE-LEASEHOLD for 99 YEARS.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived iiutructions from Mr. W. A. NELSON

to sell' by public auction, at the Rooms, Pitt-»tr«ct, on

FRIDAY, 17th October, at 11 «'clock,

ALL THAT ALLOTMENT OF LAND, No. 2 of

section 2 of Cooper's subdivision of tho CLEVE- LAND ESTATE,having2aFEET FRONTAGE to ELIZABETH-STREET South, with a depth of .92* FEET, extending to a lane at tho roar, upon which is erected a TWO-STORY BRICK DWEL LINGiHOUSE on stono foundation, containing 4 rooms and outhouse, with largo yard, water laid au See., at the rear.

Plan at the Roams. Toras at sale.

., j PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ~

By order of tho Trustees of tho Will of tho late

* MAJOR CHRISTIE.

DEEP WATER FRONTAGE .

M'ARTHUR'S POINT, PYRMONT.

CITY OF SYDNEY.

l.CRAIGSTONE HOUSE AND GROUNDS, tho

, latter comprising 3 ROODS 13 PERCHES OF

LAND with about 150 feet frontago to Point-street, extending to tho harbour to which it has a large deo'p water frontage, with right of extension. There is also on the block of land a Stone Cot togo of 4 rooms. This property will hu sold in one or moro lots to »uit tho purchasers. It is held on lease, having about 79 years to run, subject to a ground rent of £50 per annum.

2. All that Block of Land adjoining, containing 2 ROODS

34 PERCHES, having about 150 feet to Point-street, extend-ig to the harbour, to whick it has an extensive deep water frontage ou two sides, being the portion of tho Pyrmont Estate known os M'Arthur's Point. This fino piece of land was formerly let to the PANAMA STEAM PACKET COMPANY, who constnuted a email wharf on the poiat. It is held for the «aiuo term as lot I, and is subject to a ground rent at £30 par

annum.

BICIIARD80N and WRENCH have te

i «fived instructions to sell by public «uetian,

at the Rooms, Pitt-street, on

, FRIDAY, 24th OCTOBER, at li o'clock,

The above well-known! propertÚM. Full particulars of

which will appear m a future advertisement, ,

i Plan on view at the Room»,

ESPERANCE QUARTZ MINING CO. " RICHARDSON anti WRENCH have re

ccived instructions from tho directors to sell by public auction, at tho Roomt, Pitt-stroot, Sydnov. on FRIDAY, 17th Octobor, at half-past 11 o'clock prompt

Tou-acro leoBo, situated at IRON 15AUKS, bounded on

tho north by Pearson's, aoutli by Tlionipion and ' Austen's. Tho Post Olfico roef and Eureka reef run through tho property, tho formor having eight shafts sunk thereupon,"and tho hitor four shafts.

Togothor with tool«, building iinploments, timoor,

and effects.

Terms ut salo. PYRMONT.

VALUABLE FREEHOLD CORNÏÎR BUSINBSS

SITE, HARRIS and CHURCH bi'REETS.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions from ^r Arthur Tracey to »oil by publio auction, at tim lt<mins, Pitt-Btrcot, on FRIDAY, 17th Ootober, at li o'clock,

ALL THAT VALUABLE CORNKR block of LAND

at PYRMONT, having thi following frontage« :

45 FEET TO HARRI S-Sl'RISET

40 FEET TO CHURCH-STREET, and 45 FEET TO A LANE.

4_T Tho position of tho above freehold building site is tho most valuable in this portion of tho city, closo to store» ferry and to tho bridge in Union «Uect.

Plan at tho Roouu. Toi ms at sale. ". *

STANLEY-STREÏÏlT ~

STONE COTTAGE, No 91, Stimloy-etreet, opeotite

Mrs. BURDEKLN'S PADDOCK, and Briok COT TAGE, CHAPEL-LANE, at the rear. -

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public »notion,'»t the Rooms, Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, 17th Ootober, at U o'olock,

ALL THAT pieeo of land, having ^0 FEET 7INCHBS

frontago to STANLKY-S TRUE 1', and 20 FEET 7 INCHES to CHAPEL-LANK, with a depth»! 86 FEET, upon which aro orootod

No. 91,STAN LEY-STREET.aitonc-built COTTAGE

RESIDENCE, containing verandah, 4 rooms, Uti kitchen, with yard, &o.

A BRICK-BUILT COTTAGE, in CHATEL-LATO!,

containing 3 roome, with yard, (co.

^gS* A-well situated eity investment ra the best port of Woolloomooloo, who/o houses arc rotutnnily tenanted.

Plan at the Booma. Te mis at sale.

PETERSHAM HILL,

near

ASHFIELD.

SYDENHAM COTTAGE and .!_ aerei of LAND BMr

ROSEMOUNT, tho property of Dr. BOWKER; LAND lately PURCHASED" by W.C.REN WICK. Eaq .ondMessri. GELDING'S NURSERY, ofTthe

HIGH CANTERBURY ROAD.

Tho Cottago is built of brick on stono foundation, slated roof, and contains verandahs front and buck, 4 room», kitchen, servants reom, and pantrv, detached gig-house»; wood, coal, and fowl-honso ; stable, cn»v and hay shed, pigstyo, Sec. ; good water supply from well in garden, and 2 iron tanks. ?

1 ho Land is all securely enclosed, and subdivided mt» garden, well trenehod, and planted with good assortment of fruit trees, ornamental shubbery, uud iloworing plants, and

u w eil grasied paddock.

(gy This property occupies an elevated position, surrounded with first-class prop<rtiis, and within euy distanco of tho ASHFIELD RAILWAY STATION.

KICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions fnim li. M. PEARSE,

Esq., to sell by publio auction, at tim Rooms, Pitt-Btreet, on ' FRIDAY, 21th OCTOBER, at li o'clock,

Tho abos e described property at Ashfield.

Totms liberal.

UNSTOCKED RUNS. . ' By order of tho Government of Nosv South Wales.

Day of Sale, MONDAY, 21th November.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions from the Hon. J. S, FARNELL, Minister for Lamil, to soil by publio auotion, at tho Rooms, Pitt-streot, Sydnoy, on MONDAY, 2tth Novimbcr, 1873, a* half-past 11 o'clock,

'NEW LEASES, for Ave years, of tho undermentioned

runs of Crown Lands, upon tho terms and condition» prescribed by the Crown Lands Occupation Act of 1861, and tho regulations of -8th April, 1865.

*"* Full particulars of tho boundaries of tho several runa may bo obtained on application at Messrs. RICH- ARDSON and WRENCH'S Rooms ; or from tho Govbknhknt Ga.btte, No. 225, of Tuesday, 30th Sop. tomber, 1873.

The special attention of intending purchasers isdireotcd to ¡tho conditions published in the Goveiinmiist Gazbtti,

under which these leases will be Bubmftted.

, ALBERT DISTRICT. . I Estimated

No. Arcas-Aeres. Bent.

1. Bcrawinia Downs, No. 1 . 70,000 .... £118 2. BorawiniaDowns,No.2 . 60,000 ...j, 94 3.' Bcrawinia Downs, No. 3 . 40,000 .... 0Î 4. Bcrawinia Downs, No. 4. 64,000 .... 10O 6. Bcrawinia Downs, No. 5 . 64,000 .... 108, 6.' Berawima Downs, No. G . 52,000 .... 8Í 7. Bernwinia Dowbb, No. 7 . 61,000 .... 100 8.1 Berawima Downs, No. 8 . 64,000 .... 10» 9. Bcrawinia Downs, No. 9 . 52,000 .... 81 10. Bcrawinia Downs, No. 10. 64.000 .... 10* 11. Berawinia Downs, No. 11. 64,000 .... 100 12.'Bcrowmia Downs, No. 12v.. 62,000 .... 8Î 13. Berawima Downe, No. 13. « 64,000 .... 10» ' 14. Berawinia Downs, No. 14.".. 64,000 .... 100 15. Benivuniu Downs, No.-Jo. 62,000 .... M 16. Blackwood, No. 1. 61,000 .... 10», 17. Blackwood, No. 2 . 64,000 ...,l10fv 18. Blackwood, No. 3 . 61,000 .... 10» 19. Blackwood, No. 4 . 64,000 .... 10» 20. Blackwood,No. 5. 64,000 .... 10» 21. Blackwood, No. 6 . 64,000 .... 10» 22. Blackwood, No. 7 .1...V... 64,000 .... IO» 23. Blackwosd, No. 8 . 64,000 .... 10t>t 24. Blackwood, No. 0 . 61,000 .... 109 25. Blackwood, Ne. 10. 64,000 .... 10» 26. Blackwood,No. 11. 64,000 .... 100 27. Blackwood,No. 12. 45,000 .... 71 28. Bollwarry...v... 04,000 .... 109 20. Caryapundy.'... 61,000 .... 109 30. Cobham.,...,. 36,000 .... 55

31. Connulpie.."_-T.... 40,000 .... 6» ' 32. Fort Grey, Block No. 1.,. 64,000 .... 100 33. Fort Grey, Block No. 2. 64,000, .... .100 84. Fort Grey, Block No. 3. 61,000 .... 100 36. Fort Grey, Block No. 4...... 64,000 .... 100 36. Kort Grey, Block No. 5..'.... 64,000 .... ? 10O 37. Fort Gres-, Block No. 6. 64,000 .... 108* 38. KandioNorth. 20,000 .... 3Ï 39. Kayrunnera East . 20,01)0 .32 40. Mount Clifton. ,66,000 .... 88 41. Mount Shannon, No. 1..".. 38,000 .... I *0 42. Mount Shannon, No. 2. 64,000 .... 10» 43. MountWood . 64,000 .... 10O 44. Omura, No. 5. 64,000 .... 100* 45. Omura, No.6. 64,000 .... 100 46. Osaca, No.2.,. 64,000 .... 100 47. OBaca, No. 6 . 64,000 .... 10* 48. PinoHill. 14,000 .... M 49. Sturt, Block No. 3. 04,000 .... 100 50. Sturt, B)oc_,No. 6. 64,000 .... 109 61. Sturt, Block No. 6 ....i. 64,000 .... 100 62. Sturt, Block No. 7.»... 64,000 .... 100 53. Table Tops . -19,200 .... 30 54. Takoiwa, No. 6 .' ... 80,000 .... M 56. Teravvinda North. 62,000 .... 97 66. Terawinda North, No. 1 . 62,000 .... W 67. Terawindn North, No. 2 . 76,000 .... 12" 58. Tongowoko West . 64,000 .... 180 69. Torrens Creek. 60,000 ...V1'70 60. Urisono, No. 2 . 6t,000 .... 100 GI. Urisino,No. 6. 64,000 .... 100 62. West Paroo, No. 1. 54,000 .... 8* G3, WeJodstock . 40,000 .... »

i _ '

! CLARENCE DISTRICT.

64. Tyalgrun. 40,000 . W

! ' DARLING 'DISTRICT.

0». Arlington Plains, block A. 20,000 .... 32 66. Buckalow..' 60,000 .... Io 67. Buckalow,No. 2.r.. 64,000 .... 100 08. Buckalow,No. 3.61,000 .... IO« 69. Buckalow, No. 4. '64.000 .... 1W 70. Buckalow, No. 5..'. 72,000 .... H3 71. Buckalow,No. 9. 74,000 .... 11$ 72. EnstParingi ..-'.. 62,000 .... »_ 73. Enid. 61,440 .... 95 74. South Porcupine. 54,000, .... »S

LACHLAN DISTRICT.

75. Miparo North, block A. 38,000 .... W 76. Boto North-east.'. 64,000 .... 10«,

MONARO DISTRICT.

77. Cudgee...'..'."60,000 .'... » 78. Dog Kennel.'...'. 4,800 .... .2 79. Narybaba. 80,000 .... *_ 80. Yarra. 8,640 .... «

MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT.

81. Tom Oreggin. 19,200 .... ?» 82. Toolong.:. 33,400 .... « 83. Wes_Ag_tooth.ieng. 32,000 .... °°

t_¿__3 ---

w. WARREGO DISTRICT.

84. Beek of Back Gumhall. 64,000 .... ¿J 85. Mount Grenfell, No. 2. 60,000 .... 79 «6. Mulga.No. I . 60,000 .... J» 87. Mulga, No. 2 . 70,000 .... «J 88. Mulga, No. 3 ..'.. 84,009 .... 1» 8». MtrJg», No. 4. 56,00» .... «J 80. Mulga,No. 6 . 64,08. .... »i» 91. Mnl«a,No.6 .,. 68,000 .... 7*

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