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OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. Stage Manager.Mr. B. N. JONES.
THE SHAUGHRAUN. IHRSHAUGHRAUN THE SHAUGHRAUN THE SHAUGHRAUN THE SHAUGHRAUN,
« V£$t J.55taws haT0 alre»áy WITNESSED this MAGNIFICENT PLAY, and have PRONOUNCED
ever produced in AUSTRALIA.
Brilliant reception accorded nightly to
Mr. 0. WHEATLEIGH.
CONN, The SHAUGHRAUN. Miss ADELAIDE BOWB1NG
The Great SENSATIONAL SCENES,
THE GATE TOWER
St, BRIDGET'S ABBBY, are pronounced the
PERFECTION OF MECHAN10AL
The whole of the SCENERY from the prolifio pendle
MessTB. 8ETR1GHT and BURBURY.
The THEME OF ADMIRATION
by the most ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIBW-E,
THIS EVENING will bo repeated
The performance will oommenoe at 7.46 with the now
SHAUGHRAUN OVERTURE. To be foUowed by the IRISH Drama,
Tickets for STALLS, FAMILY CIROLR, and PIT may be obtained at drees circle of Theatre from 10 turn, to 3 p.m. ,
Seats for Drees Circle may be secured in advance at Elvy's Mniio Depet.
Carriages ordered for 10 46.
irr ÍOTORIA THEATRE.
GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT,
26th March, 1876.
GRAND SACRED CONCERT,
ander the direction of
Signor P. GIORZA,
assisted by a large number of artists and Ladies and Gen-
tlemen Amateure, with full Chorus and Orchestra.
First production in Australia of
bet and Great Master Work, THE RKQU1EM MASB,
I.-" Coronation March". Meyerbeer
_,-Duet " The Anee] of God".«..G ioma
Miss MOON and Mr. HINCHY.
3.-"AvoMaria" . Bower
Miss J. SHARPE.
4.-Two Songs without words.Mendelssohn
t.-u There is a hill far away ". Gounod
0.-" Angels ever bright and fair " .Handel
Miss ALICE WOOLDRIDGE,
7.-"With verdure elad" .Haydn
Miss M. L. HARVEY.
8,-Concert Stuck (piano, with orchestra accompani-
ment) . CM.v.Weber
9.-"InnanHDatUB" (Stabat Mater). Rossini
Mías BES81B HARRISON.
Intermission of 10 minnies.
REQUIEM MA88, by G VERDI. 1,-Quartet ond ohorus-" Requiem Kyrie"
Hiss MOON, Mrs. MILES, Messrs. HINOHYand
BUSHELLE. 3.-Chorus-" Dies Ino"
3.-Bolo-" More 8tupbit"
Mr. J BU8HBLLE. 4.-Trio-"Quid sum miser"
Miss WANGENHEIM, Miss WOOLDRIDGE, and
A-Quartet and chorus-" Rex tremendro"
Miss MOON, Mrs. MILES, Messrs. HINOHY
and LYNCH, fl,-Duet-" Recordare "
Miss MOON and Mrs. MILES, 7.-Solo-" Ingemisco "
Mr. KELLY. ..-Ditto-" Conf utatis "
9.-Quartet and ohorus-" Lachrymose"
Miss MOON, Miss WOOLDRIDGE, Messrs.
IIINCHYand LYNCH. 10.-Offertory-" Domini Jesu"
Miss BESSIE HARRISON, Mr». MILRS, Mossre.
HINOHY and BU8HELLE. 11.-Duet and Choras-" Agnus Dei "
Miss WANGENH-IM and Mrs. MILB8. 12.-Solo and Chorus-" Liber« Me "
, Box plan now open at Elvy's, where loats may beseemed
Tickets (unreserved) for Dress Circle, Stalls, Family Circle and Pitt may be purchased at the Theatre Office, Dress Chele entrance any day before the performance.
Holders of tickets admitted a quarter of an hour beture
the usual time.
Prices-Dress circle, 6s; stalls, 3s; famfly tarde, 2s; pit, le.
Caiilagtemay be ordered for 10.16 p.m.
.^r ICTOB1A THEATRE.
GOOD FRIDAY EVENING,
GRAND REQUIEM MASS.
THIS DAY, Thursday, the 25th instant, at the VIC- TORIA THEATRE, at 11 a.m.
First BAND REHBARBAL will be held at the above building
THURSDAY, 26th March, at 8 p.m.
(LAY BILLIARDS on Alcock'8 "Exhibition" tab) i,
at tie Royal Mail Hotel, Bnntsr-sttMt.
V E E N ' S _T H B A T R B.
¿ewes.Me-'sr». Lasnr and Oo, , Treasurer.Mr. ¡r. E. Hisoox.
CONTINUED SUCCESS !
Miss MAGGIE MOORB '
Mr. J. C. WILLIAMSON
in ' STRUCK «IL.
,v T.HîSîThursaay) EVENING, March 25,
tne curtain will rise at 8 o'olook precisely for the Drama ef »,""~. STRUCK OIL.
T^iHIS. _?L.MiB« MAGGIE MOORB JOHN STOFEL.Mr. J. 0. WILLIAMSON.
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
£?FTS?c!CIBCLB. FIVE SHILLINGS STALLS.THREE SHILLINGS
IJ«"¡,;-;',""1.0NE SHILLING. IN.b.-A Box Plan ia now open «t Mr. E. R. Oolo's, oornor of Goorge and King »trent«, from 10 to 4 o'olook, where seats can be seoured and tiokote obtained 14 days in
Carriage» may be ordered for 11 o'olook. Set down, horses' head» south ; take up north.
'Bu»e» plying to the various «uburb» will be in atten- dance at the conclusion of the performance.
Door» open at half-past 7. Ovoriure at 8 o'clock.
d^T ¿SADIES' OLOAK ROOM having been pro- vided, ladies are requested to kindly divest themselves of their hats and doaks prior to entering the Dree» Cirole.
____SAMUEL XAZAR, Manager.
U E B N ' S T H R A T~R~E.
For this day only,
THE BOX PLAN
DAY SALE OF TICKETS
will be at tho
Theatro Box Office.
________ SAMUEL LAZAR, Manager.
OHOOL OF ARTS.
a series of Oleographlcal Delineation» of the
EUROPE AND AMERICA,
described by a talented Leoturer, and Berring as an
introduction to a
oomprtomg the most Popular Musical Gem», Oherooter Bongs, 'ImpersssjaUeas, and National Dances, suitable to the pictureo,
MI88 BESSIE HARRISON,
late Prima Donna to the English Opera Company,
_ Melbourne ;
Miss NELLIE GRBENLEE8,
the Popular Danseuse and Vocalist ;
Mr. JOHN O'NEILL,
the Premier Iiish Comedian,
Mr. LU80OME SKARHELL, the gifted Pianist ;
Mr. E. LEWIS 8COTI1,
the well-known Lecturer, Vocal Expositor, and Humourist.
In addition to this talMited Company,
NEW PROTEAN ENÎJÎRTATNMBNT,
Will be presented for the first timo in Australia by
Mr. BARRY O'NEILL,
who without leaving the «tage, will appear in four diatlnot character«, each chingo occup) ing five seconds. This per- formance is now all the Rago in London, and the expositor of it juBtly eallcd
Tho Lion of the Day. Prices of Admission-3s, 2s, and Is.
_ BOOTY and CO , Lessees.
ÜYMPOSIUM.-Full REHEARSAL, THIS DAY, O' at 11 sharp, School of Arts.
BOOTY and CO., Lessoce.
S" T~. G E O R G E' 8 HALL,
CONTINUED and LEGITIMATE 8UOOES8 of th« MONSTER COMBINATION VARIETY TROUPE.
EVERY EVENING, EVERY EVENING.
CONTINUED SUCCFSS of Mdllo LBONl and PROFESFOR IIENNECKE, Professor HKNNEOKK. LENA LEONI, LENA LEONI, nnd PROFESSOR HENNEOKE, PROFESSOR HRNNKCKE,
WIZARD OF WIZARDS !
in their mysterious Seanrvs, »leo. in conjunction with tho above, MAT. RII.BY, the Irish Comnâinn; Mi»» MARIAN SAUNDERS, and Mi-s NORAH HUXLBY.
Million Prices ' fid and Is.
Million Prlocs ' ' 6d and le.
Million Prices ! . ! 6d and Is.
SATURDAY NIGHT, AMATEUR 0ONTB8T for a Stiver Cup for bett Song and Danoo, winner last Saturday exoepted.
The side-splitting mirth-provoking Burlesque,
_OH, BUSH 1 I !_
BXT BAJTURDAY AFTERNOON.
GRAND SHEFFIELD (Handicap) FLAT RAOB8. TWO MILES (Handicap) WALKING MATOH. ONE MILE (Handicap) FLAT RACES. Handicap POLE VAULTING.
A FULL PROGRAMME OF SPORTS, f
SEE PAPERS TO-MORROW.
/ EASTER MONDAY.
GRAND NATIONAL GATHERING. The cele- brated ALABAMA MINSTRELS; aleo Star VarieU Troupe. Large Programme, Grand Entertainment Thf Auetralian Brass Band for Pavilion, and a splendid Brat Band to perform on the lawn. Partlouljr» on Siturdav.
_ _E. W. and T. MOORE.
EXCURSION TO MANLY BEACH
StcameiB ROYAL ALFRED
from Quoen'» Wharf, 0 SO, und every half hour, oilllm» n< Woolloomooloo Bay until 2 30 ; last trip from Manly Bench 6 30 pm. PIG POUND and POLE CHASE.
Brase Band enraged for dancing
Fare-Return tiobttfl, Is Cd; children,Is.
XCURSION TO MANLY~BEAOB
GOOD FRTD 1Y.
Steamers leave Queen's Wharf 7 16. IO 30, 2 30 ; Wool- loomooloo 10 30,2.46. Manly Beach 8.16,12,5.16. Fire roturn ticket, Is.
J. R. GAREY.
Pig, Pound, and Polo Chase. Dancing free. Braes Band engaged. Steamer» Roval Alfred, Breadalbmo, and Mystery; hour» of starting see HERALD. FAVO, Return Tioket, le 6d. ; Children, Is. "
_J. R. CAREY.
On EASTER MONDAY,
at MANLY BEACH.
THE BRIGHTON OF NEW SOOTH WALES,
BRA8* BAND ON THR PROMENADE,
STROLL ON THE OCB\tf STRAND.
FREE DANCING 8AL00N.
STEAMERS LEAVING CIRCULAR WHARF EVBRY HALF HOUR AFTER 9.30 a m._
FF~"ÔN A FTSHING EXCURSION. - The
Steamer OUR QUEEN, leaves the Queen's Wharf THIS EVENING, at8 onaFI8HING EXCURSION, down the Harbour, returning about 12. Far»B, Is. 6d.
ISHING EXCURSION, THIS EVENING, to Watson's Bay, Middle Harbour, ¿to. The commodious steamer Agenoria will leavo Circular Quay, 6 80. Wool- loomooloo, 7. Fare, 2s. Refreshments on board.
rOTICE TO FISHING PARTIES and Other». _ , MOONLIGHT FISHING EXCURSION down tho Harbour on THURSDAY NIGH 1'.
The steamer Sir Charles Cowper leaves Ciroular Quay, at 7 p.m., and Woolloomooloo, 7.30, returning at 12.
Fare, 1«. _ Ü. J08EPH BANKS HOTEL, BOTANY
This beautiful spot with the fine garden«, extensivo lawn«, pleasure ground», shady walk», and sea boich, on the Hiitorical Bay of Botany, always open to visitors FREE OF CHARGE. Criokot, Quoit«, Swings, Gymnastic, and various sport». The Hotel i» roploto with refreshment of the best qualitieB. Marriin ? English Aie, new brew on draught 3d a glue». Visitors may rely on every attention. _
Omnibuses regularly from Wynyard-equare to tho
h0tel" GUSTAV RIEDT, Proprietor.
IR JOSEPH BANK8 HOTBL, Botany.-On GOOD
FRIDAY, lnnoheon at 1 p m._ ÏABTER MONDAY EASTER MONDAY I_J HAMPTON COURT HOTEL, Cook'» River.
Thi» splendid retreat will bo found the most cool and re fretbing place for parties to spend the holiday. There will bo variouB kinds of spoitB, dunoing included. Luncheon* provided. Drinks at the bar at Sydney price» Quoit«, bawls, skittle«, billiards, &c. A »plendid band engagtd. 'Buses every twenty minutes. Fare, Gd.
ASTER HOLIDAY 8. I
BOTANY TBA GARDENS.
Tke Proprietor of'the nbovo fashionable plaoe of resorl begB to remind his patrons and the public Ranorally that h<* baa mado full preparations for thoir oosufort and onjoy ment during the above festivo season.
WEDDING BREAKFASTS. LUNOHRONS, &o ,
prepared in ilrst-oUss Mylo, on duo nulioj bein? given; also, Tea and Golfeo, with fresh out Salada, oan alivuys be
bad on (be shortest i otico.
Lemonade and Soda Water and other offervosoest drinks at Sydney prières.
N.B.-CRICRET CLUBS «re rospeotfully Informed that (hire is a flrst-clses ground in oonnoctiou with tho
YOUNG MTTN"'FC¥RÏSTIAN APSOCfA'flÔN.
EXCURSION to LANE COVE on EASTER Mi'NDAY,-Steamers from Ciroular Quay at 9 a m . and »t inferíala daring the day. - Hot water and te» provided freo. Tickets may be had »t the rooms.
_i_ W. MURPHY, Goneral Secretary.
MOSSMAN'B BAY-Mrs. RITCHIE'S Refresh-
ment Rooms.-A aood cup of toa or ooffoe, with bread and butter, 6d; beef sandwiohori, 3d ; tongue, 6d ; ham, 6d. All kinds of summer drinks. Good fruits at
Sydney prloe-s. Ono of the prettiest plaocs about tho
ST.r "JOHN 'S~PRBSBYTERTÄN "CHUROHTPAD.
-, DINGTON.-The Annual EXCURSION of tho Sabbath Fchool to COOGEE BAY will toko place on GOOD FRIDAY, the 26th March. Omnibusea will leave the Chun h at IO a.m. Tickots, Is Gd eaob, may be had of
the teachers, or at tho Manse.
SYDÑEY~ROWING CLUB.-The anual Monthly
DIN NEK will take plaoe at »he Club House, Parra matta River, THIS DAY, Thursday, the 26th Instant, at 7 p.m., when (ho prir.es won at the late regatta will be presentad. Steamer will return at 9.S0.
_P. J. CLARK.
T. FRANCIS.-Grand Tomporance Railway EXCUR J SION,to Parramatta Pork,on EA8TER MONDAY. Belum tickets, 2s. eeoh.
_J. J. GILCHRIST, Hon. Seo,
LOOK OUT. LOOK OUT.-Will open~ön~THÜRS
DAY BVENTNG, at 68, Market-street, the
NEW 8HOOTING GALLERY, with moving figures. Prizes will be given.
ONDERFUL 8-LEGGED HORSE, ALIVE,
REATEST WONDER OF THE AGE^lhreT
t>gged Horse. ,
THRBE'-LEGGED HORs¥"r_ñst~De seontoîbobo
ILL BE SHOWN alive on Easter MONDAY
ARGYLElcrc7TriD~nALLENGE C. C-Argyle»
MEET Railway Station TO-MOIROW, Fndiy, IO o'clock. Guthrie, Palmer, ßntton, F. Cohen, R. Haigh, LahilT, A. Lewis, 0. Conner (2), E. Higgleston, Ghipuian, E. Lewie 12, A. Lambett 13.
_THOMAS CHAPMAN, Hon. Secretary.
NO. 1 FIRE CO. v. No. 8 FIRE 00.-ÜM1 rind
Militery Ground, FRIDAY, li a.m.-Andrews Davis, Oram, Scstt Phillips, Hudson, l-mie-l. Karrol), Stein, Garbctt, Bird, Hates, Fenton. J. HARVEY, S c. REDFÏRN v. ORANGE.-PI »yera aro reminded that
tram starts at 4.n0 sharp, THURSDAY EVEN ING.-Gleenwood. Moore, Forsytho, Fisher, Campbell, MibOi, A. 5", Williet-son, G. Howe, P. Howo, M'LachUn,
Joecp-scto, PrelOOtt 12th.
_J. M. WILLIAMSON, Hon. Secretary.
¡SATATIONAL C. Ö. v. PERSEVERANCE 0. 'c7 Lw Newtown Ground, FRIDAY, 10 30.-Ayres, Downs, Smith, Spence. Riddell, Harry, lîiohnrdxon (2). Bro«-n Chaml e-rs, Evtra (2), Eedy. H. B VERS, lion. Secretory.
Í~?n ¡¿ ROYS "vTCLlF f5Ñ.-Moore~Pttrk," PR ID AV,
JO. nt 10.16 sharp. Ssmo Eleven v. ALFKglJ, on SATURDAY, at 216 aharp. 2nd FITZROV v. s>YDNEY UNITED, KK1DAY, at IO slum. Sinv Eleven v. MOSB KOSE, Mooru Park, SATURDAY, 2 lo »harp. W. J. M'Clunai.an, Hon. Secretary.
DOriTH SYDNEYTSTCT-Members eolootcd to pl«v at C^ Singloton and Nawoaatlo, please meeton New Com- pany's \\ hi.rf, foot of Miirket-street, TO-NIGH T, at 10.20 pin. FKhD. E. WINCHCOMBE, Hon.-ocrotary.
OHBE ROVERS v. VICTORIA HOUSE.'TÖ-MOU
î ROW, on Farmer's Croucd, 1.30.-.Vilzpvtrlok rallón, roi lu, 3 . Kotth^Pawbain, Chippendale. M'Dowal). Kmatuo', Slrerod, Bragg, Pidgeon, Douglass 12th, Ooghliu 13th, l'or S tniday and Monday's matches »co TO MOBReiW'S HmtAL». W. Connell, noting secretary
. Clifford, Jon.«, Outten,Roberts, W. Warner, Aller- ton, Dnromfllt (2). Brown (2). Cameron (12), M'Elvogno (IS), meet Good Friday, at Glebe Point, half-past 9 o'olock
KOSB~V."BALMAIN NATIVE ROSE, Clifford, . Hilder, Jones, Outten, Roberts, Hirapson, Rdwards, Burton, J. Dummett, Brown (2). 2nd Eleven v. Criterion, G. Brown, King (2), Coutte, J. Warner, J. Arid. Allerton, Donaldfon, Cumoron, A. Dummotf, M'EIVORUO, j. Gribble (12), J. Warren (13), University Hill, Saturday, half-past 2. NORTHWOÔD""PItTN"t_ GR^U¥DS,_Lano~Öo"vo
River.- This beautiful and secluded; property in now open for Prlvuto and Select PARTIES. Apply JOHN OSBORNE, Tempérance Hall, Pitt-street.
ANDWICK RACE8, EASTER MONDAY, Mirth , 29th, and 1st, 2nd,and 3rd of ApriL-ENTRANCE GATE8.-The pnblio are requested to bring the exact amount of chango. GEORGS FAGAN, Lessee.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The PARTNERSHIP hitherto carried on by the under signed under the style or firm of L. and E. HORDERN, as Drapers, at 676, George-street Soutb, has been this day DISSOLVBD by mutual consent. Mr. EDWARD HORDERN, who takes over all the assets and asaumos the liabilities of tho late Partnership, will bem-eforth oarry on the busineas at tho same premises on his own
account and in his own name.
Dated Ibis twenty-third day of March, A.D. 1875.
Signed L. HORDERN. E. HORDERN.
In retiring from business, I beg to express my grateful acknowledgments to my friend« and patrons for past favours and respectfully solicit a oontinuance of the same for my brother. Mr. E. Hordern, who will from this dite oonduct
the business on his own account. .
LEBBEUS HORDBRN. March 23, 1875.
Referring to tho above, I beg to solicit from my friends aid the publio generally, a oontinuance of that patronage so liberally bellowed on the late firm of L. and E. Hordern
for many years past,
Wholesale and Retail Draper, 676, George-street South NOTICE is horeby given that we, the undorsigned,
have, this day. entered into PARTNERSHIP as GEN r-RAL MERCHANI8 AND COMMISSION AGENTS, and will oarry on business in Sydney, undpt the style or firm of LAURIE, RDRLMANN. and CO.
ted in Brisbane under the style or firm of DICKSON
As witness oar hands, this 1st day of March. 1876.
ALB-RTEDELMANN. DAVID DICKSON.
Referring to the above announcement wo bog to inform our friends and tho commeroial publio that we aro no» prepared to receive oon"dRnm',nt6 for sale, and to oxocutt irders for the punhnse of produce and mcrchandiso for thi markets of these coloDiee, and havo secured for that pur- pose extensive and commodious stores and premisos
In Sydney-Custom House-buildinga,Oiroular Quay
In Brisbane- Edwatds-street.
We are prepared to make liberal advouoes on goods, and '0 reçoive orders from Btorekcopors in any p«rt of Now
South Wales or Queensl-nd for the supply of merchandise ' in snob quantities us required, whiohwe will execute at the lowest market prie» and on roost favourable terms.
LATIRTE, EDELMANN, and CO., Sydney. DICK80N and CO., Brisbane.
LOST AND FOUND.
OST. Parcel STATIONERY from oarrisr's oart
John 8andB'a address, label. Finder rewarded.
OST, near Circular Quay, White BULLDOG; liberal
reward. Trinco, Ogg,and Co. _ f- OBT, from Haralinore, Ed<rediiT Road, a MAGPIE. JLj Reward paid to any one returning it._
~"Ô8T\ betwoen Petersham and Sydney, a Gold 8TUD, iwithredstone.Howard. C. H.Lenehan,639,Qeorge-st. !ÏST7în~Ke_t-Btrcot, near Miller's Point, a DRBSS __«- PIBCB, blue striped. A roward given. Civil Seivioo Store, York-street._ LOST, part of a Gold EARRING, sot with throe red
alones, between Hunter and Market streets. Reward at 4£2, Kent-street, near Liverpool-Btieot._
OST. CHEQUE for £6, drawn by D. Evan», of _ Muswellbrook, in favour of R. Eaton. Tho tinder will kindly obligo by forwarding it to R. EATON, A. M'Arthnr and Co.'s, York-street. Payment stopped.
OUND, PURSE. Apply to Cleveland-stroet Publio
School._?_ FOUND, on Saturday last, a POCKETBOOK. Apply
Volunteer Club, Castlereagh-street._
IOUND, in shop, Sum of MONEY. Owner can havo
same on description. C. M'Alister, prow, Krahine-st.
n/iOUND, near St. Patrick's Charch, a sum of F MONEY. The ownor can havo it by calling nt Dan. Tierney'», Currency Lass Hotel, Pitt-street, and certifying tho «mount, and paying advertisement._
ON CONVICTION.-Stolen from 166, Bliza beth-st, small rough-haired sandy Terrier DOG.
¿VQCí B*WABD.-STOLEN or STRAYED from ^^\c mZ. paddock», at Homebush, one Brown Drauxbt H ORSE, branded MS near shoulder. If stolen, the above reward «ill bo paid on conviction of tho thiof. If flr»ycd,_2 will be paid on delivory at Homebush'or Sjcney. TH03. DAWSON, Auctioneer, 4a, 431, Gcoigo-strcet, Sydney. ,
S EWING MACHINE (Groverand Baker'» Cabino») for __oALB, half-price. G. Anderson, Darling-st., Balmain. NORTH SHORE.-Wanted, HÖWlTöTÖOTTAÖR,
C to 8 rooms. A. Z., Post-office, Balmain._ BURWOOD.-Wanted, aToottage, 4 room«7*itobon,
tervant'a room. State terms, ko , Beta, 139, Pltt-et. WANTED to Tenant, House, in or very noir town ; _rintfl Is. E. Ramsay, housongent, 410, Geo.-B1, WANTE~D,lo^nT4^ni7d~boTTÂGE, Paddln*,
ton, Woollahra, or Waverloy. C. F., HJUIALD.
AN EXPRRIENCED Finishing GOVERNESS ha»
_ her mornings dieengaged ; Knglieh, Frenoh,Gannan, Latin, murio, and drawing; higheat testimoniale. Etude,
H SB AU) O Oleo.
A YOUNG LADY dosircs an ENGAGEMENT ...
U£eful Companion; salary not so much an object as a comfortable berne. Address M. 0., Hmuu.ii Offioc,
ATBRSON having a praotioal knowledge of Mining,
Surveying, Arsayicg, tho planning and fixing underground machinery, pumps, ¿te, with the general direction of tin, copper, and gold mines, waiting EM- PLOYMENT. Good references. Address Zota, Post
CARPE N TER" wanted, for a small'job. jTklñgtton, _27, Oxford-street_
COMPOSITORS will ploaao calfupon tho Smîrolaryof
tho Typographical Association, 4, Hosking.place, Sjdney,bofcroaccepting Emplrymont lonny oflloolntho «'y-_ALEX. WRIGHT, Secretary.
rIOUNOIL OF EDUOATI ON.
' The Council i« prepared to receive APPLICA- TIONS up to WEDNESDAY, the 31st instant, for appointment to tbo undermentioned Vacancies :-Hoad Naffer of the Public Behool at Morpolh, Head Master of the Publio School at West Maitland, First Assistant in the Boys' School, Fort-Btreet.
By order of tho OouncQ. I
W. WILKINS, Secretary. Council of Education Office.
_Sydney, 22nd March, 1876. _j :
MASTÏR~MARlNRKS^ûquirod, a Master for the " _i.e. PIONEER. J. Graham, Caledonian Wharf. J MEDICAL-Required immediately, a SUCCESSOR
to a country piaotica of nonrlv £000 por annum, terms eaty. Apply to Edward Row »nd Company, whole- sale druggists.
EDICAL -Wanted, a Genorâî MEDICAL
PRACTITIONER (a Momber of the MedicO Board of New 6outh Wal"«), for tho Mutual Ben.* Snoiely, at the Australian Agricultural Company'» Col- liery. Newcastle.
Folrn-y, about £800 per annum. All applications to bi> sent in not later tbnn Iho 9th April. '
Addressed io Jniivs Reid, j
Glebe Burwood. Newcastle, '
Secretary to tho Mutual Bincfit Sociotj-,
ATTNERSHTPS -Partner« required In variou*biiil niBfc. Uiadly'e Property Exchango, Mort's-passage,
ARTNER8HIP.-Wanted, PARTNHR, with £25.
ure forlnno in 12 month». Ha-te, HBHAI.TI Olli o
PARTNER wsn'fd, active or otherwise, in anestih
lisbrd and lucrtlive bu'inoas, Clannoe Rivor di* Hot Capital requirid, about £3t>flO. Full pariio'darn on application to John Bridge, Circular Quay, 8ydnoy.
REäuiRED^bv a Lady, after the Eietor vacation.
re-erg«g>-merit «« a Resident GOVERNESS. Ac quirenvnt»- EngMfh, Frfnoh, drawing, and rouilc. Pupil? under 12 years of «go pnferred. F., Pierce, William-fit.
SHIPWRIGHTS wanted. Apply to Robert Guy, 575
and Willi», 126, King-street
O DRAPEKS-Wanlca, an ASSISTANT.
Forbes, 494, Gcorgo-fltreet. .
O BAKER8. -Wanted, a Jobber for the Buns
Thomas Dingle, William-Btreet_ O IRONMONGERS.-The AdvorUserÜs open to an
ENGAGEMENT r.» Asslitant. D.,94, Market-st.
O Baddle-s an! Har' n-s Mak-r».-Wnnted, a general Han'*, for conn ty. BliokburnandCo . 14, B irraok-st T_Ó~DRAPERS^W»nt<id, a Junior ASSISTANT, for
the drapery. Prince, Ogg, and Co, From 10.30 to
11 a m.
O THE MEPICAL PROFESSION.-WajiTodTfor
tho Mount Perry Copper Mino and surrounding distriot, a duly qualified MEDICAL GENTLEMAN. Incomo from the mino and I. O. O. Lodge, £300 por annum, in addition to on extensive private praotioa.
Application» (v/bh testimonials) to be addressed to
Mr. T. S. Bell, Mount Perry Mino, Queensland.
ACANCY for an IMPltOVElTtoThiTMillInory.
Butler and Cameron, 90. King-street.
ANTBD, a Cordial Manufacturer and Bottler,
riff ronces. State wages, A. Ferrif, Murrurundi.
ANTED, a few good JOINERS. Apply 197,
ANTED, a Junior HAND, for the Drapery No. 48, Oxford-street.
ANTED, a PLA8TRRER, Apply Mrs. Smith,
Devine'« House, Nowtown.
ANTED, flmt-olas« HAND, for r*»dy-made de
parimint. H. L. Summerfield, 283, Pitt-street.
ANTED, a Jobbing CARPBNJlER. Apply J F
7 ANTRD, for Bathurst, TAILORS and good Ooal
HAN PS. Kelk and Alford, 416, Oeo.-«t, Sydnoy 1 ANTED, competent Crimean Shirt Mailors ; om » Munt employment. Ö, Argylo-pUoo, Miller's Poiat
/ANTED, a HORSESHOKR (a driver). Applj
to 'ho Manager Woollahra 'bus stables.
ANTED, a PARTNER, with £100 to £160. io .
first-olasa pay ins- buainees. B. B , Post OlCie
%\JANTEDTTnrrt-riasTBÄKRR ; on« aoountomnd t \ * «mall pood« preferred ; and none but Bobor man need opply. Henrj Turner, Richmond.
»*%". ANTED, a" flrst-olaesT CANDÎ7R~nIAKEB
* constant ompln} nient toa good hand at 3¡< pet ovct. John Mutton, Bathurst Soap Works.
TTE 7 ANTED, a gnod"prâriical BBTMSMÄN7~Ä~OOU
YT Mafdtn. Hill, and Co., Pitt-atrott, Sjdney ; oi H. J. Ethcrdcn, Rlohmond.
"^ANTKD, a PARTNERSHIP orlnlêrêït in at v i cstublirhed Commission Bu<iaeaii, by a peutleunr of fomo rxprriencc and having some capital at oonun-tnd V. B , HxitA-n Office.
1TÇ" ANTED, a nuiHfiVd MEDICAL MAV, to fl'l * ?* »ppointm'nt to tho Rnven«wr»od Hospital; »alary tiaranle(d,<w(i hundred «ndflfty pinnds (JBIKO) paraunuvn, und prod ptivale practice. Apply by wire, to Seorotary. RaviBswofd Hospital._
[7 ANTED. two WHEELWRIGHTS^ one
* WHtsEL MAKER, and one BODY MAKEIt. also one Lipht Brdy Mater, been accustomed to «prlnpr O'rl» or jobbins v.ork. Open for throe day». Apply Crown Hotel, BiioVflt-lâ-hill. Hfohrat price» given.
TENT MAKFRft wanted, Israel Israel's Whole BalBTent&Tarpau]inWarebouse,712,Briokfle'd-hilI.
AYOUf G Gentleman, arrived from Sont'and, desire» n
Situ» ion in a mer »ntiie house. R. T. B., HERALD.
A YOUNG LADY «desirous to meet with a SITUA-
TION (aft r Easte ) »s Governess in a gentleman'« frnnily to young obildren ; no oocomplishment». Addrosa C. E , Poet-office, Weft Maitland._
ISENGAGED.-Mr». SIMONS, Ladies' Nurse, 03,
Ci mptell-slrott, Surry Hills._ NGLISHWOMAN^widow (girl5yeaTs). wants8itua. tion, BoueekeerxrorGen.8crvt. 8. K., P.O., Enfield LUE'S Labour Agency, 170, Pitt-etreet. Male and _.. ' female sarvant» daily for engagement._ S_1TUAT10N, bv respeobiblo ycung Girl, as Housemaid O or HOUÍO and Parlour Maid. B. A , HERALD Offlao.
ANTED, to placo » UBBÍUI Orphan Girl, aged 13, with a kind Lady. 601, Crown-alreet, Surry Hill«. "VÎTANTED, a SITUATION, a» thorough Cook or W Cook and Housekeeper ; country or town. Apply at No. 21, Lower Campbell-street, Burry Hills._ W" ÂNTED~Tbv a steadv competent man, SITUA-
TION a« Clitker or Foieman ; town or country ;
highest references; opon one week. Addreaa B. Û., O. P. O._ ?«Ti /ANTED, an activo choiful Person, about 60, a« W Working HOUShKEEPER to a lady in thf country, and take oharge of house during har absence. No children. State age Bud «alary, A. L. H., HBBALD Office *"» ' ANTED, by a respectable Woman, a CHILD in Vv wetuurte; milk thrco day» old. Mr«. F. LentoD, rorner of New and Han ey stieots, off Hurria-stroet
Pyrmont Good reftrences._ _ <r*/"ANTED, SITUATION by a young Female, foi VT the country ; aged 16 years, competent to do lighi house work. Apply to the Bev. Dr, M'Gibbon, Palmer
street, this day.
7 ANTED, a SITUATION as Stewardess, bye ? competent person. M. C.,HHRALD Offlco. ' ;
rt ENER AL SERVANT wanted. Apply Mr». Bishop,
" Mulline-sireof, Balmain.
SYDNEY JNFIRMARY.-Tboro aro now a f«"w
VACANCIHS inth'a Inatitutiou-opon during the present month-for young Women desirous of boing trained as Nurses. Applicants will be seen by the Lady Superin- tendent between the hours of 10 and 1 every day,
WANTED, an activo Boy, os Messenger, and make
hinifolf useful. Club House Hotel, Huutsr-st.
\TtTANTEI)7BOY todeliver meafáíd be useful. 63,
ANTED, a rewpoetable BOY. ti. M.~Soymour,
Alexandra Home, 118, William-street.
ANTED, a respe:t«ble BÖYTforTboot »hopToo,
WAVrED, a LAD, to dJ screwing, to. 8. Glasson, _ Pitt-slrcet Benth.
ANTED, a LAD, to collect orders and deliver
meat. Apply to A. Maclean, Darling Point.
irV, ANTBD, a respectable YÖUT^Tith^cerTre w v' ferftce». J. Noakes, tobacconist, 456, George-st.
ANTED, a YOUTH, for the Uaoksmithing.
Juleff and Stn, Botany Road.
ANTED, a flrst-elais RÙlWER~"Apl)fy1âftër 9,
Royal Naval Brigade Hotel.
ANTED.a GIRL, about 10. Mrs. Swift, Shake-
speare Hotel, Newtown.
7 ANTED, a GIRL, about ¡12 or 14; no ohildren.
610, Elizabeth-street, opposite Belmore Park.
XNTETI7B~GÍRL, te finish Trousers. Apply 223,
Oxford-street, opposito the Saorcd Heart.
WANTED, a tidy GIRL, to attend a child and be
_useful. Apply IO o'clock, 84, King-street.
W" ANTED, GIRL, to mind a baby. Apply Oilskin
Factory, 140, Palmer-street, Woolloomooloo.
ANTED, a respfotatle GIRL, about 14, te nursoa
baby. 47, Stanley-street, Woolloomooloo.
«ft ANTED for Goulburn, young Girl as NURSE. _y 'i 166, Albcrio-tetraco, Darlinghurst Rood,
ANTED, a useful GIRL, ferr housoworkT Mrs,
J. B. M'Elveney, 628, Bourke-etreot, Barry Hills.
WANT K1), a good, useful little GIRL.
_Gilchrist, 77, Market-sire* t._ f W/ ANTED, a NURSB, for tho onnntry. Apply, at
W> once», to Mrs, Lord, Eirketon, Darlinghurst Boa!. «TiJ AN I ED, young Girl, as NUR3E, and to asaist in v w housework. A| ply 179, Macquario-atreet North
WANTED,aWETNUR8K. Applyto^ay,1from : _lo6 p m , Lugar Brae, Waverley. '
'ANIFD, a good competent NURSE, Protestant.
Mrs. John Cooper, 1 ivoli, Paddington. R> feronce. i 7 ANTED, House »nd Parlour Maid. Apply, nf 1er & 12, Thursday or Friday, l8, Margaret-lit,, Wyn -sq
ANTED, a House and Parlour Maid n«ed to flrst
rato hotels Horner'» Hotel, Wynyard-squaro.
ST T ANTED, a first elass General SRRVANT ) gor.d w w wages. Mrs. Hilton, Coopers' Arms, Pyrmont.
W7 AÑTEDroieBefaí'SEBVANTS Mr. Macnn Vi mara, Bnchitigham-strcet, Strawberry Hill.
ANTED, General SEleVÂNTr~~Nèw~Zealtn~d
Boardini-b use, 100, Sussex-street,
?T ANTED, a General SRRVANT. Mrs. Hillior,
S08, George-street, next Christ Church. ,
"ÄN"fhD, a General SERVANT. Australian Inn,
ANTED, a General SERVANT; mustbTsgond
Cook. Apply at 149, ' Liverpool-st., Hyde Park
\rr? ANTFD, »clive Woman, a? Général SERVANT W Apply Bestaurant Français. 3f 0, Goorge-Btreet.
W ' "
ANTRI1, a resoectahle Womau, «s HOUSE
KREPHR. W. Brown, 207, Pitt-streot.
\\ ANTED, .?_ respectable^ Person, as_ General Vi
SERVANT. Mrs. O. H. Lenehan, 630 Geo.-st
"ANTED, respectable Woman, to take a Child to
WETNPB6E. M. B., Poat-oftloe, Newtown.
ANTED, a PKRSON, to mind a baby. Address
Y. Z., 00, Oxford-street
ANTED, Second COOK and first-class WAITER.
Af ply United Plate« Entourant, 192, Pitt-street. ANTED, Man COOK, Parlrurmaii and Laun-
dress, for hotel. Glue's 1 .boor agency, Pitt-st.
ANTED, a WAITE». Hotel de France, King
.nd George «tree!*.
ANTED, for the country, COACHMAN. Apply, between 12 »nd 1, G. M. Alexander, 16, Hnntor-Bt,
ANTED, good OYSTBR-OPRNER, Emerson,
WANTED,aLABOURBR. 104, Liverpool-street,
between Pitt and George streets.
at the Melbourne Clnb Hotel, 638, George-street,
w w w
ANTBD, a »mart MAN, as Cook, and make himself
nseful. Dunrich Bros, butchers, 474, George-st. ANT ED, a MAN,~for Bone Milli also, one for
Saw Mill. Apply Bone Mills, Pyrmont,
WANTED, useful MAN. 240, Pitt and Market
«tresta._ 7 ANTED, a sober MAN, te work a boat and work on ? wharf. Apply Gardner's LlmeWorka, Miller'«Point.
ANTED, to-dty, a good MOWER. 8t John's
Parsonage, Glebe Point.
ANTBD, a sober married Man, as CARTER.
Al ply at Gardner's Lime Works, Miller's Point.
AN i'ID, W-I1ERS. Pfahlerfs Hotel.
ANTED, a respoctablo young MAN, one accus-
tomed to luncheon room pref. M'Grath's Hotel. \ * ANTED, a NURSB. Apply to Mrs. Charles » * Lumb, at Mrs. Lamb's, Macleay-street, before I o'clock. ¡
'4 a ANTKD, a steady, singlo MAN, to drive, milk, ? V ard bo otherwise nseful; good references indis- pensable. David Jones and Co.
«ft ANTED, « Wiri, as"Ge"_er»l 8BRVÄNT ; muet
V* bo oblo to cook. Apply Builders' Arma, cornoi of Liverpool »nd Sussex streets.__
WrAN'IBI», 2 or 3 sood domestio torvont GIRLS, Vw for EjrJney, to whomJilfr1" wog es will be given. Send copies of iefciinces. Box 375, Post Offlco
TTJ ANTED, sereral eood General Servants, female » » Cooks, Cooks and" Laundresses, Upper Nurse and Needlewoman; voune; Gir's and Lads; Hoheomaid and assistant in t>ar, fee., fits. G. C. Carter, 14 i, King-street.
4 rARTMKNTS vacant. Cambridge HOUBO, 2, Jami ¿__ scn-st. 'I erins, from 21s. Plunge and shower baths ¿TpARTMËNT8 To" LETTparTial"board"' if required ; c\ bith, piano, stabling. Chnrlotto-pl., Waverley ltd.
PARTMÍÑTS vaoant. 2, Lady Young-terraoe,
A PAR1MEN1S vacant. Nrs. Marlyn, Brompton £'\ II euee, opposite Australian Club, Bint-street.
COM FOlîfÂBLË HrontBEDRÔÔM.oither lady or
gentleman; partial board op. 226, Riloy-st., S. H
A GENTLEMAN in business in town is desirous of
obtaining HOARD and LODGING withapriv.ite family, with ladlee,' society. Harbour view preferrod. Address, stating terms and particulars, Cameo, HBIULÎ).
O A RD and RESIDENCE. Mrs. Donaldson, Albion
House, Albion and Elizabeth sts, Baths, stabling. OARtJ and RESIDENCE.-Royal Mail Hotel,
Hunter-street, opposite HBIIALD Offlco.
B B B
OARD and RBSIDBNCE, Java House, Jamison
street. Plunge and shower baths. Terms, 21s.
OARD «nd RESIDENCE wanted, by a young man ;
about flagstaff preferred; terms. Boarder, HKHALD. CHANGE OF AIR.-Suite of Apartments vaoant, _y Wingecarribee Houso, Bowral. Mrs. Palfreyman.
OMFORTABLB Home for gontlemen; piano, shower
balh, and balcony. 98, Palmer-et. Terms mod.
COM FORTAB LB HOME for Gentleman and friend.
£1 per week, washing included. 280, Palmer-tt.
COMFORTABLE HOMÏTfor single Man, in quiet
family, Moore Park. For address, Spragg and Adams. COMFORTABLE HOME for Lady and Gentleman / (married), with private drawing-room ; no ohildron. Terms moderate. B. Robertson Rodd, 132, Pitt-stroot.
ÄRLINGHURST.-Large Apartments vacant, with
boaid, bath ; near omnibus stand. Pieroe, Win.-st,
healthy situation, view of harbour; «tables, to.
URNISHBD It OOM to LET, with or without board.
116, Stanloy-st., between Palmerand Bourke streets. ENTLEMBN v Wting"FxhîbTtion"cS: memborsof Par liatncnt-Accommodation. L,, Mr.^B^^WjlHam-st. OlMBTe¡rl?¿unghdy engaged during the day. 276
Liverpool-street, near Biley-street._
ARGE airy BEDROOM vacant, for a gentleman. i Bath. No. 12, Franoii-itreet, Hyde Park.
ANLY.-Fnrni»ted APARTMBWT8 varauit- .1^
Honte to let. Mrs Sargeant, Brightaido. '
ONE or two young Gentlemen (friend»), can secure
comfortable HOME, with every convenience, and uso of boat, cloro toSjdney. Terms modorato. B. Robert, son Hodd, 132, Pilt-strcet. «ODBO PRIVATE Board and Reeirlnnce Terms"modaratñ
210, Cumberland-atreet, Chtirch-hili.
PRIVATE Board and Residence for three gentlemen -
also ladies and gentlemen. 67, Elizabeth-street ' RIVA TE BOARD and REEÏÏDKNCB. 6, RTchSond". terrace, Domain.- Single and Doubio Bedrooms vaot. TO LET, a comfortab'n upper ROO\T,~with or without
board, for ono or two Gentlemen. 327, Maequari_.it, 8. ÂCANCIES~fo7~BcTARDER87^1hTBoy»fMaiI
Hotel, Hunter-strcot, opposite HERALD Offioo.
VAOANC1FR for pentlemen , plnngo and »bowerbath'
Terms mod. 179, Bourko-htroet, near William-st
STANlSÎY.STTfÊrT, Stanley H^uso^Pñviíñ . Board and Rceldenco; bath, piano; terms mod. 49 W
COLLAH RA.-To LET. No. 2 Moantliub* Villa, 0 room», ga». J. Kingston, 27, Oxford-it ANTED, 2 Unfurnished ROOMS, with use of
kitchen, »tate term». A B , Iredale, Oxford _t» WÄNTFD.by young Lady, comfortable BOARD ana
BE81DBNRE; no other boarder» or ohMren. Neighbourhood of William-street or Church-hill preferred.
G. W, H EitALn Office.
W' ANTED, 2 BEDROOMS and SITTING-ROOM,
for two »Ingle erntlemen, ia neighbourhood iii top of William-street. Private family only need apply. Apply D. M., HBHALD Office.
large balcony room, furnished, with use of kitchen. State term». Permanent, HERALD Office.
ANTED, by a gentleman, a oomfortable BBD~
ROOM (front room preferred), in good locality, with partial Board ; terms, 16B per week. Address
B. F. B., HBKAID Office.
LBFRTO-TKRRACE, Darlinçbnrut Road, beau«
fnllygiluated Family RE8IDKNCE8. Apply 144, A HOUSE, 8 rooms, kitchen, cellar», »bed, opposite
Government reserve. Apply Univenity Hotel
URWOOD.-To LET, COTTAGE, famished, 4
room«, kiUben, and servants Sanders' »tore.
BUSINBBS PREMISES In Qeorge-streot. - Te
No. 287, George-street, recently occupied by Messrs. Long snd Co ; immediate possession.
No. 281, George-street, now occupied by Mater», Gordon and Gotch ; pofsestion from let February.
Apply to J. F. Hilly, Pitt-street; or to James Milson,
Box 346, Post Office._"_
ÂRLÏNGHUR8T-No. 363, Liverpool-street, oom
fortablo HOUSE, six rooms, kltoh»n, bathrooa,
and balcony. Apply at Y^prnpagnoni's, or at premises.
large or small paddocks, «inob-houses and elabliog. Also, Suites of penlee) Apartments, daring the Exhibition. E. Ramsay, housoogtnf, 410, Gearg'-strcet
URNIRHr7D~BEDFn0M for single gentloman, 7a.
37, Bourhe-street Woolloomooloo, near Domain.
/"^ OOD STABLING for staÍlññs"añd7xhibitÍon «toc¿ \TT Black Bwaa Hotel, G85, George street 8 , 8ydney.
OUSE8 to LET, 4 room«, bith, kitchen, shed, rent,
lls,14s,ana21s. W. Eyles, 038 Bourke-etreet
A VENDER BAY.-To LET, 1 eauti fully situated J Hau'e, largo rooms, good water, gmden John Can.
OWFR FOBT-8T.-To LET, F»raily Residence,
every convi nifnee. E. Ramsay, 410, Ooorge-Btrect ÂNLY^To~LET, furnished, No l~ Post Offlo»
Villa, also Kent Cottage Apply Post-office.
ORTH~FHORE- To^LFfTl-ntorfl IflfColtage, 7
rooms, kitchen, &o C. J. Mu«ton, on promises.
ARK ROAD -To LBT. Family RK31DENCE.rent
moderato E. Riruoay, hnufe naen*, 4.0, George-aj, OTftTpOlNT- PHffiNlX^OTTAOETpíeasañlTy
situated, furnished, 6 room», kitchen, bathroom, &o., outhouse. Rent, 35». 138, Pitt-street. _
HOP^d'BESIDENCBTtcTLBT, near St. Andr»»"»
College, rent, 10a. J. Maloney, Camperdown.
XRPRIANT^Thñt commodl >ns RESIDENCE,
Potts Point, with every convenience for a large family. Term» eaey.
R. F. 8 TUBBS and 00.
0 LET, 8HBLL8LEY COTTAGE, Píper-street, I Woollahra. Next door; or E. 0. Smith, 7, Grosham-iC f T
0 LET. the BILLIARD ROOM, Tambaroora Hotel,
O LET, or SELL, Glebe Point water-frontage RE- SIDENCE ; garden, stabling. C. Bate, 106, Pitt-it
0 LET. one of those now HOUSES, opposite Belmow Park, Elizabeth-fit., bath, ga«, &o M. A>-her,Park-it.
0 LET, a pleasant HOUSE, 4 rooms, kitohon, balcony, water, io. No. 21, Winslowe-ter., Rushcutter Bay.
TO LET, the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, in the town- G
ship of Wellington, on Lease. Rt-nt low. Iaquii* f of P. Kenna, Esq., Orange; or Thomas Jones, Rydal. »
0 LET, a convenient HÔUSElnd Promise», NÔ7183, B
Dowlisg-strcet, Woolloomooloo, containing eight &
room», kitchin, ico. Apply on the preini»»*._ %
O LBT, Yilla BB8IDBNCK, St JudeVhill, Rañí I
wirk, 7 room», kitchen, servant's room, store, wash- u howe, aid «tabling; one acre of ground. Apply to ti Bradley, Newton, and Lamb. ¡I
O LET, DWELLING-HOUSE, Newtown,"near |f
Toll-bar, six room», kitchen, 'servant's room, »table», ¡j'
coach-houie, and large yard. Apply cottage next door ; or 5 Mr. Barnett, 108, Victoria-street, Woolloomooloo. !','
TO LET, at Woolahra, KEMBLA, furnished, 5
room» and kitchin, bath-houm-, waxh-house, bal conie», beautiful view, good water, fljwer garden. Mu. Jatkson, Fiper-etreet, Woollahra.
TO BE LET. the building known as «t STKPHEN'8
CHURCH, near tbo Counoil ChtiinberH, Macquarie »treet, enitable as a place of worship f'<r a society, or »D' one requiring a roomy building. W, HUNTER, 82 Cooper-strctt, Purry Hills.
TO LET ON LBA8B IN GBOROK-STRBBT.
Imporlant to Banks, lnsuranoo Oompanie», Ware- housemen, Speculators, and other» rpquirine a larca blook
for building or occupation.-Thoso *p*oiuua premise» et- , tending frcm George-Btreet to Pitt-strwt,opposite the Mu-i kel», adjoining Mrssrs. T bompsoB and tîrmmbw'o build-¡. inge, «nd otmpifd by Meai-ra. Wohinan, Turner, andg Alexander. Mr. Robineon's shop ha« a Urce frontage toL George-ptteet, wi'h show room above, U-a-n workshep» ins| yard, and t«e brick-built, threo-stoiled stores, sheoXE 4c, tbe whole occupying a depth sf mora than 180 feet* Mr. Turner's wtll-known shop, wilh i-how-room over,íí alto two-ntoried factory behind, running tha whole depthp of the primffes. ilr. Alexander's fnminhing warehoui»^ has e fine fiontage to Pitt-str»et, with show-room onj first-floor, the entire length of tho building, and store ia»' rear. Lease to commence in Januny next. Tend«»,.« for the whole or part of tbo leas'bold to ho sent in on or¿ before the Slat March next to Samuel Graham, broker,^ Bank Chamber«, Eing-slreet, at whose office plans ma; bsj seen and all information obtained. ':i
UNIVERSITY HOTEL to LET or SELL, doing a
largo business ; incoming moderate Bate. lG5,Pitt-»U V~INB~COTTAGE,"jobn^sireft,""Woollahra, «eral-i
detached, six rooms, largo yord; 12a a weok___|
BOOMED HOU8E, boighta of Darlintehurst; «wry,
convenience. Rent, £96. F. Fieroe,95,WiIliam.st._J EORGE-S rREBT.-Bpaoioua OFFICES to LKLb
Apply George A. Lloyd end Co., 16¿ jj FF1CES to LET, first floor, centra of t ity, tares don»
from George-street. 84, E ing-htreet.
FFICE to LET. Apply to Robert Campbell tal
Costello, commission agents, Krskino.»treoL_|
PÄCTOUS STORES and OFFICES toLBT,oentrsfe
E. Ramsay, house agent, 410, George-street. _
TORES in Wynyard-lane.-To LET, the BTOBESií
_Wynyard-lane. lately occupied by Messrs, Mo*s«_ Co. Apply to J. F. Hilly, Pitt-atreet; or to J«»* Milson, Box 345, Post Office._ Jg FARM8 to LET, and for SALE. Terms, hberi*|
W. DOUGLA88,434, George-street. J
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