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*~ AUCTION SALF3._ -BLACh, O'L BLACK OIL

0n?m-,nN 10X1 --- inri ÜEVÍTS will

,"urr.V^ 'Vu ."" '

. n liri it rl f d" nbul .is -ort superior, and «111

.--WPIi&Li WOOL--».li

HvRRI-OA, TONi.-, nttl DI.VLIX will

Vellb- ai.cfmn, it ti.« fh«nber of Commerce «Iib DAY' 1 hiirsdi.-, Vug«" .". «l - <. oIoc,->

******' And ,1 fcall-m-t 2 o'clock,

-aBW°1 '1 erins c.sh .

.---~-,WOL s VLF

Mt DEV HTL^rän'1 ('L\JîK will Beilby«

IucT.o,;,^tl,pCl....m.e. oi Commerce, THh ^?ilwrsaaj, it 2 o'clock sharp,

ShirrVn.« Vudnjhnll-rnSl2,

B-1-"'"0'1 lewis, cash_

F--T^rUllKER vvill<;tll,iit tlio CTinitoV-er óí

,\ïïïï£-it 2- Shecp^ns.^SO.^odl

*VrfT Tvâwl SAH TU linve íefcoivcA insíruc W^T.. from Mc to retine and Contes to 60IÎ 'ViJ^ÄPiodw Stoics, Re^nt-fetrecf, Ou

tv «iiclifin,, it tuen ii "t 12 o'clock,

ÄÄr rK « « «*»W>T «* ^solution of

l hmse tonn!" ".an, ima na incas

a»3crn¡-Im,Milhkn.v^.oo-npl-«

Com and brin Inns

i ,ct of eora mc isures

1 weigbing irmiime Gewt. Brtn suite ind m cigW-i

'Ä, of flooring' board-mnal scantlmß, &c , &c

-*' ' No reserve"._i_,-k.

fTivnTRES ASC PITTINGS 'OP A RESTAURANT Ï1ML" VMIPURNITURE OF A

HOARDING HOUSE,

101-iprit.inK

Tab!e= ?«llit',C'imie',> Shelving, WmdowFittings and

Dow' , ,,,

."O IionUai-'««'» and BotcHnB

TuWrt rtrlra, Picture-, Couches, Clbiffonior» , tiostflnn'MN Bedroom Puiiuture I Ktlcien Uiejwils, Crockery, Cutlery-Drcseor

Silos, Ac

LmrfrCOPP**

"Kuivoll'sbTOVES.

H VAUGHAN lins rcceàvod instructions

. irom Jlr. David Davis tot sell by auction, on flllDAV, 21th instant, at 11 o'clock, cn tho promise«, Na 6!, King-etaot.

Without rcsen-e. _ " TüTÖINERS AND CARPENTERS.

IntliuLisoKent Estate of Hctiry Blunt.

ANDREW ALLAN will sell by auotirfX, Ott

account of the Ufiicinl As&i(-nie in the above-. toned eshto, on the premises, Dale Cottage, RhKlan itttel, Waterloo, nou tho Bugle Horn Hot'i THIS

DAY, 2Srd instant, at 11 o'clock,

A CARPENTER'S SHOP, 17 by LO foe..* of planed

pine, corrugated iron roof, all scro-rod ogethor, in eluding tv-o'caipentot's benches, hemf- nearly now. Can cisily bo removed.

Terms, cash.

m*- Offloe, 129, Kins-straet._

THIS DAY, August 23, at 2>'clock. On llio preinjscs. No. 317. Kep-streetj

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE old EFFECTS,

comprising

lion Bedsteads and Bedding Washstands and Crockery

loo, Dining, Toilet, and" Kitten Table«

Chairs, Sofas, Carpets, Ollr'ih. Ornaments

Kitchen Utensils and Sundi*«

Also, '

A first-class Avory's Wetfning-machino, and

Sa-rag-ni achino,

DUNN and LISTEBbave received instruc-

tions from tho atnúniatrator in the estateiof Ibkl- Laurence Kavannp»". grocer, to sell by auction, on lie-tore premi-cs, THIf-HAY, August 23, at 2 o'clock,

Timábale, witho/reserve._

UnrJeomed Pledges.

MS auci LtiTER will eell by auction, at

their Roon*. 201, Pitt-street, THIS DAY, at .'P«stlOo'cloc|"du«,P.

The remaining pledges pawned with Mr. D. Davis,

Forbes-strz1*» consisting of boots, sundries, and y-cfflcry¿_,_

/Unredeemed Pledges.

TïUSUfi^à LISTER will sell by auction, at, JJ the'Rooms, 204, Pitt-street, THIS DAY,,at SvVxtJ

Iii uri6deenicd plçdçes pawned with M>. Connolly,

-fivtown, consisting of clothing, boots, jewellery, n sundries._

MONDAY, 27th instant.

Boots and Shoes. Boob] and Shoe«,

..«and scasonablo goods, just landed in fine condition,

' ev Whan-pon, comprising

leu's Cashmere S. II., sown and rivets, toes and wings i Lasting ditto, ditt-> ditto, ditto ditto

?Ita Cashmere T. P. H., ditto ditto, ditto ditto 'Olio Lasting ditto, ditto ditto, ditto ditto Mo ditto M H., ditto, toes and plain teto Levant ditto, ditto, vnnoua t'rtoBlaek Felt Slippers, ditto tis' Levant, 7-10, M. H. Kttoditto,4-fi

frttoFenod Shoes, etc.

M!

To the Trado, Co-ialry Storekeepers, ana other«.

B, M. MOLONY is favoured' with ili- lli, structions irora the importers to sell by Ä¡allisRooms No. 239, Gcorgc-steet North, oá .TOWY next, tho 27th instant,'at 11 o'clock prompt'

Ths above.

Without reserve.

_^_^ Torms, liberal, at sale.

S3T FRIDAY, August 21.

Important Suld of Fanny Goods, &c,

now landing ex Star of the Sea.

\p. CHARLES TEAKLE has been ul-

ai. Btruetcd to sell bv nuction. at his Rooms;, T, \nri-'tnct, on FRIDAY next, nt 11 o'clock,,

33 packages fancy goods, cutler}', &o., fa;.

_^ Full pertimtlnta in to-morrow's issue._

POSTPONED BY REQUEST

to

TRURSDAY-, next, August 23, 1877.

'"«aie Waller Heywood Company's American Chairs nTÇîlio Henry Seymour ditto ditto.

.wjdinj, ox Annie Floronco andr Annie-li. Smith,'

., from Now Yort.

jjjwaismiotionB from Mossrs. R. Towns and Co.

"wiUäjers, Shippers, Furniture Depots, andolhors.

JOHN Q. COHEN will sell In- auction, nfc

".,. tó fioorus, 276, Mnrgnret-street, THIS "**:¿3Sa,t 23,1S77, at 11 o'clock precisely,

meit» of tho ^yaller Heywood Company's American

"uTmi»ria

Mo ditto The Horny Soymottr ditto ditto.

.las traolo comprising n "largo and varied assortment ,. . of chairs now in request.

Ti «invoke of American Fieneh pattern bedsteads

Terms at sale.

FRIDAY, August 24.

HOUSEHOLD I-URNITURE AND EFFECTS,

. PIANOFORTE, &c.

"ima Premises, 355, Crown-stroot, Surry Hills.

^HEX and CO. are instructed Tjy Mr. P.

¡y- i^nttto sell bv auction, on the premises, 355, ',T»-*eet, Suiry Hills, ou FRIDAY, August 2!y at 11 "«PtCiwly, . fa .

'«»Mo of" his household furniture and effects) brilliant -!»W!d pianoforte, ice., consisting of «b follows-:-«, «nting-toom suite, in marono damask ffï-motn ditto, in hair cloth ffsast dining tablo

ait ,l>sMo tables, chairs

? Î,. r,"lmit ir"mei chimnoy glasses 'MntUhahior, ditto cantoibtny

»ttindiiroirous

«nTD COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, by Ki

saiTH and SONS

gSvl»ÍB, medallions, pictures S*. karun- ugs, uintèng

cn'rSi m£ CULINARY UTENSILS, GLASS . S*' pL-VTEDWASE, TABLKCUTLEttY

( ^""»B tho usual varioty of househoWaud other

No Reserve, Tonni.oMhi

Preliminar} Notice

VL&, HimanO$$*&O& rüEAiTURE .nd

LÍPI C Tb

M VGK1 FIGENT PIAN OFOR-TF, by Collard and Collard1 nARTÍONlirví, irfo-k case 11 «ops, by Ueiaudrd 1'LA.rij GLASSWARE, CHINA v

FltfLRi-- PROOl I.vItHVVI^GS. ELEGANT

CHlMNEY.and PIPK GI \\^S

KilAen and Laundry L fcnsils, «splendid Gas Cooking

On the PiemiM -, EL RET LA, corner of

I ipoil and Nols m sir cts, M ooUahra

COHXiNnnd CO tu f jnnlruciecl b> thopro

nnetoi -'hu ii leinoMtig ficmi tholoisüty? tú fc]l )iv Richon, on,thopronu es, isibóvc, onMONDAA, Aupnst ii nilloclock pue »ely

Tnfi *lpola qf his -.cry superior liousèlioW fumituro und

enkts1 bnlliaht-lt tied pirnof»rl<- (wllli-certiflcato) 1 ? Collird »ni Lollnrd, harmrnium Iv Alexandre glass (lura, platt? pi'turi», splendid gnu fitoie, kitchen, and i ulmai vutensils

l"-*jr lho wholeoTwhicli ti ill bo sold wi hdnt tbo slightest ¡

TCaCÍVO

I 1 ull particulars in. futura issue

Terms cash_ To Merchant Tailors, Onrlitters, Drapers, and others

By order of the Consignors vyitA instructions forunrcsenod

auUioo well, m lois io suit piirch isers

"3 CASES OF Vii ST 01 rjîsGTjAND WOOLLENS, " riiOUbl RINGS, SUE. MTV1UBBS, TWILLb,

COATINGS, &c

E\ Star of tho Sol and Francisco Calderon

THIS D VY, Thvisdnv tho 23rd, at li o'clock

CnAS MOORI) and CO are mstruLted to

sell bv auction, at their Rooms, 167, Titt stucl, Tlllb DA"i JJiursdaj,

' ET ¿ Co,

6i7- 8 pice s Wost of England fancy trouserirJga 1 CiS- 1 eva «nme

8907^-10 pesies fancy wool tronsenngs ,

K5- 8 d<to fi\no> worsted summer coating» J

G oi er 47 in diamond, | 67-12p'eccs 'W of L docs assorted 6S-t>j- j cu-.es, similarlj assorted 70 71-¿ditto, ditto

W in diamond.

301- 6 piece« 6 4 choviot twcetU i

302- 1 ease same

id*.-12 p coes G 4 waterproof ti eeds

3«- fi ditto 6 1 fancy tweeds, No 102

30J b- 2 cases samo

107- 8 pieces G'4 fancy tweed«, No 101 ¡i

oOBi- I ease burne '

10 pieces extra beary colonial tweed* 30fl-12 ditto imitation ditto Jlo- b ditto 6 1 blue seigos

3IG-10 ditto 3 } fahey t-icxts

117-12 ditto (i.l ditto collings \

318- 7 ditto ditto ditto 319-20- 2 eases samo

323- 8 pieces ti 4 blue In ills

CM in diamond,

60- 3 ditter West ol Engbind extra black broad

o ditto ditto Mool dved ditto, assorted

C1- 4 ditto ditto ditto black nulled do»

3 ditto ditto ditto thin ditto ditto

"-lu- 5 ditt i fire- ard brown pcternhams

251 -10 ditto super blnek union cloihs 2 líos

lerm» at s tie_ CHINA -ii AI 1IN&S, damaged CHINA MAI riNCS found COCOA TI HRP DI1TO

ILQORCLOIIIS now designs.

TO-MORROW, I riday, 24th instant, at 11 o'clock

CETVS MOORE *tnd CO are inatiucted to

sell bj audron, at their Rooms, 187, Pitt strait.

10-MORROU rndav,

"No 1- oO rolls 4'-4, white contract matting

2- 11 ditto b-4'ditlp dltlo A- 15 ditto b-4, ditto ditto 4- JO ditto 4 1, rheck ditto u- 5 ditto h 4, ditto ditto 6- 5 ditto 6 4, ditto ditto

7- 50 ditto 4-4, fancy ditto.

SP

1-110 ditto 4-4, check, ditto 2- 33 ditto 6 4, ditto ditto 4- 27 ditto 4-4, white ditto fl- 29 ditto 5 4, ditto ditto 6- lo ditto G 1, ditto dttto

ID,

2->- 4 pieces, 4» ut cocoa fibre mattingm J- 4 ditto, o4 ditto 4- 4 dido, 72 ditto

JW,

1-3- 6 ditto, 3id cuialiryi floorcloth, 4-4, new"dotfcnii

4- 2 ditto, ditto, b 4, ditto 6- 2 ditto, ditto, 8 4, ditto

6- 6 ditfo, 2nd quality ditto, 4-4, ditto \ 7- 4 ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto 1 8- 2 ditio, ditto, b-4, ditto \ 9- 3 ditto, ditlo, ditto, ditto

30- 2 ditto, ditto, 8 4, ditto ' IL- 3 ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto

12- 6 ditto 1st quality ditto 4*4, ditto l8- 4 ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto 14- 3 ditto, ditto, b 1, ditto 15-3 ditto, ditto, 8 L ditto

Also on account of whom -t may concern,

26 pieces 4 4 white matting, damaged, assorted

numbera

7 diet«, 4-1 check ditto 5 ditto, 4-4 fane) ditto

l8 ditto, 0-4 white and fancy ditto, in lot» 17 ditto 6-4 ditto ditto

Terms -damaged goods, net cash sound goods, as usual

THI&DAY, Thursday, 2Jrd August, at 11 o'clock.

At the Residence of the late Dr AARON, Premier.

terrace, William-street,

opposite Weslevan Church

UNRESERVED SALE of the whole of the Household

Fumituro and Ltteots, comprising Glass

Dessert Set .

HANDSOME Dinner Set ; White and Gold Breakfast Set f

labio Catlorj }

Kerosene Lamps

BRUSSELS CARPETS and Hearthrngi ,

render and Xircu-ons

Massive Oak Dimnjr-room Suite Mahogany Dining Table

Carved Gilt -framo PIER GLASSES / Vases Specimens of Coral

2 Parian Gi oups, Paul and Virginia 2 ditto ditto. Child and fct John

Mahognuy Dining; Table and the usual Z>Tmjt»-«rop*n

Furnituro

DRAWING-ROOM rURNITURE ?Marble Clock

1IRS1 CLASS PIANOFORTE, bV Cha pe"»

Walnut Cnbraot Whatnot

rtcgnnt Lustros and Vases I

Pictures. i Handsome Walnut Loo Table»

Taper Pubo Bedsteads and, Bedding Washstands Chest» Drawers

Cano-seat Chairs, Seo

Kitchen Utensils/and Sundries

BULLEY, NEWTON, and LOIB have

received inatuiUions to selLbv auction, at Dr Aaron's late resldeneo, Premier teriaca, AVíllianj-street

Woolloomooloo 1HI8 D AY at 11 a ni '

Ih& whom of the HOUSEHOLD FUBNUURE »d

effects ^

Torms, cash

The MEDIC IL LIBRARY and Surgical Instruments will bo sold at tbo Rooms of the Auotionocrg on

SATURDAY, at U i in _

PRELIMINARY NOTICE

At THORNLEIGH, CONCORD

The Residence of Charles Thorne, Eiq

IMPORTANT SALE of the whole of his Elegant

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE und effects

THURSDAY, 30th August, at 11 o m

BEADLEY, NEWION, and LIMB have

been favoured-with instruction« from Charles Thorne. Etq , to sell by auction, at his residence. Thorn- leigh, Concord, THURSDAY, 30th August, at 11 am

The ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD IURNITURE ana

effects

Full particular» will be duly published, and catalogues

issued

Preliminary Notice

SATURDAY, 25th August, at 11 a m.

At the New Sale Hooriis Spring and O'connell Btreet«

IMPORTANT SALE

of

HOUSEHOLD IURNITURE,

GLASS, CHINA, PLATE, and PIANOFORTES

Also

The MEDICAL LIBRARY and

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, of

Tho Lato Di AARON

BRADLEY, NEW10N, and LAMB have

been fa-.cmred with uistruction» to sell by auction, at tbeir Now Sale Rooms, Spring and.O'connell .trtetsT.cm SATURDAY, 25th August, at li «.ia,

Tl-eaboTe.

Tetan eaib.

i

PR-LISTlSARY NOTICE.

. .On THURSDAY, 30th Angus', at 11 n.m.

THAT VALUABLE SUBURBAN RESIDENCE

fcno-iyn n's THORNLEIGH, nnd 20 acres of Land, lu'timto at CONCORD, withinn few inimités'walk of

the Homebush Station.

THE PROPERTY of CHARLES THORNE, Esq.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and L VMB liave ro

1 ' con ed ituttiuttiuiis to sell ny auction, THURSDAY, 30fh August, rt 11 J.ui.,

Tho nbot o VALUABLE SUBURBAN HOMESTEAD.

Terms ni sale.

Full particulars in anoth' i n-s.ic._

Piohilniinry iNotice.

df-nast2n.T

S"0

On TUESDAY. 28llt Aimust, at half-past 2 p.m. GRAND SALE OF 2tí MAGNIFICENT PIANC

FOR, 1 ES,

from h. NEUFELD, of Ko. 28. Trcnch-strcct, Berlin,

i unsigned

dim t to Messrs. WITTKOWSKI, CROTHERS, as a

TRIAL SHIPMENT, fo- lmnicdiato distribution» in

Australia.

Wo append Professor Di. Theodore Kullak'i Certificate.

" I, the undersigned, hat o visited tho Manufactory of Mr. L. Ncufeldiindplnjcdup'inthopiauofortespf all kinds in Etoek, nnd I can guarantco theil- excellence. I saw hero a proatnuinborof testimonials ftom all parts of tho world as to their durability. The meehnuicnl construction I found

most satisfactory.

"(Signed) Professor Dr. I'KFononi: I-BX-ak,

Pianist to tho Roj-al Court and Director of tho Now

Academy of Aits and Music, Berlin."

To PRIVATE GENTLEMEN and tho MUSICAL

PUBLIC.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB have

' received instructions from Messrs. "Wittkow ski, Brothots, to'sell by auction, on TUESDAY, 28th Ammst. at half^pist i p.m., at their Kew Sale Rooms, Spring anti O'Connoll streets,

TWENTY - SIX MAGNIFICENT PIANO-

FORTES from Ii. NEUFELD'S CELEBRATED mamifnctory, in BERLIN.

Terms at sale._ iñlhíAssigned Estate of Mr. P. MAHONEY, Grocer,

George-strctr, Haymarket.

Sals of the entire Stock-in-Tindo of Groceries nnd Provi-

sions', Uoucs, Carts, Harness, Fittings, &t. THURSDAY, Augnst 23, on tho Promises.

By older of tho TRUSTEES.

Without tésate.

Terms, ojsh.

LE. THRELKELD is instructed by the

# Tiustees to sell bv auction, on the premises, Oeorgo-slroet, Haymarket, THIS DAY, August 23râ,

at li o'clock,

Tho entira stock of grot erie«, oilmen's stores, provisions,

horses, caris, harness, i.e., in the nbot c estate.

Terms, cash, _ MÏ2ENMAST, YARDS, and GEAR

of tho

ASCALON.

By order of CAPTAIN BAIN.

FOR UNRESERVED SALE,

iilontrsido the ship at

TALBOTS STORES, Circular Quay,

on

MONDAY AFTERNOON, August 27, at 3 o'clock.

LE. THRELKELD will sell by auction,

. alongside the ship Ascalon, Circular Quay, on-MONDAY, August 27, at 3 o'clock,

A ntizenmnst, cross-jack yard, 2 topsail yards, 1 top

irnll.int yard, 1 lower-topsail ; 1 upper-topsail, hnl liynrds, uhnin and ropo ; braco ponda-to, ¿co. -

Also, 20 barrels pilmo poik.

Terms, cash.

~ '" ^ ENTIRE CARGO ^

OREGON TIMBER,

ex Nile.

On account of those concerned.

Comprising 100,COO feet ( J and 1-inch Boards,

and

Lumber in assorted sizes.

'|T1ILOHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON

%L^ mil sell by auction, on an early day, -which

wiu,baduly given,

_Tho cargo of Otegon, ox Nilo.

C3" Full particulars of which will bo given in an early

issue.

Terms liberal.

F

LOUR. On account of whom it may concern.

90 QUARTER-SACKS,

For Solo by Auction, at the Rooms, on

FRIDAY, August 24, at II,

by

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

No reserve.

c

" N D L E S

318 BOXES F. W. SPERMS, For Sala hy Auction, at 11, on

FRIDAY, August 2-1.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON?.

c

OUNTER SUGARS.

A small lot of

147 SMALL POCKETS

For Sale bv Auction, at 11, on

FRIDAY, August 24.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

S

b

UPERFINE CITY MILLS

*.. SILK-DRESSED FLOUR,

Ex steamship City of Sydney,

from San Francisco.

BY ORDER OF THE CONSIGNEES.

For Sale by Auotion, at tho Rooms,

23:)0 Quarter-snckB

192 Half ditto,

FRIDAY, 21th August, at 11,

GJiCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON,

in lots to suit ^tuehasers.

TERMS AT SALE.

83" TM< is tho only fresh parcel in tho market, and well" suited for confectioners, in addition tp tho'* baking trade generally._ TAR ALE.

BOTTLED ALE.

Ex Loch Croo, from Liverpool. On account of thoso concerned. 90 casks eaoh 4idozcn 10 jars, each 2 gallons

for sale bv auction on FRIDAY, August24. at 11.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

Particulars at salq. _

~~R ; "w 5 ö F

H

T

On account of whom it may concern,

Tho caigo, consisting of about

20,000 icot assortod, wreoked ex Cromba,

at the Manning Heads,

will bo sold by auction, at tho Rooms,

FRID VY, August 24, irtll.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

A N E S. Ex-from London.

Now dischariring at Parbury's Wharf,

5 300-gallon Tanks,

for Sale by auction, at tho Rooms, on

FRIDAY, August 24, at 11.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, nnd WESTON.

|p1APE RAISINS.

Just arrived, ox C. Brown, from Table Bay.

By order of tho Consignees. 240 bo\es primo now Fruit,

fur Sale by auction, at tho Rooms, on

FRIDAY, August 24, at 11,

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

Y O N D'" O' N STARCH.

Just landed.

By order of the Consignees.

80 boxes best Laundry Starch.

(Elephant brand),

for Sala byaucUbn.on FBIDAYtíWtlí. at 11. GILCHRJCfiTv STUBBS.-and WESTON.

' PEARI SHELL.

Just landed

ex William Mnckinnon,

on account of the consignees.

3 Cibkj)L1\ o Pearlshell 11 Ktgs ditto ditto

34 Catín ditto ditto.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON will

hell bj- auction, at the Rooms, 273, Georfctr slvoet, cm FRIDAY, 21th instant, at 11 o'clock^

The whole of the ahoyo.

Tonna at salo. _ Wreck ofi the Ketch

COOMBA,

45 tons Registcr,

Built at Cape Hawke, 1S76,  

Now lying stranded. North Beach,

Manning River.

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON will  

sell, at the Rooms, FRIDAY, 24th August, at    

11 o'clock,

The wreck of the ketch COOMBA, as she now lies on

the North Beach, Manning River, together with all the gear now landed.

Inventory of which can be seen at the Rooms.  

Surveyor's report, by Sheey, stales the COOMBA to be little injured, and easily recovered.

Terms, cash. No reserve.

RUTHVËN7 WAVERLEY:

27 FIRST-CLASS ALLOTMENTS, _

Overlooking the water resorte mid nicccourso with exten-

sivo and uninterrupted views of Botany Harbour anti tho Nurroundrng- country all the way to tho Bitte Moun-

tains.

/TI ILCHRIST, STUBBS, and "WESTON arc HJJT instructed to bell by public auction, on the

'round, ,

On SATURDAY, 151h September,

Al 3 o't lock sharp,

These 27 FIRST-CLASS LEASEHOLD ALLOTS

MEÑTS, immediately in the reír of Mr. Wilshire'» pripet-tv on tho Wntcrlcv Ro id, aud next Hough's null. '

EACH ALLOTMENT 50 FEET by 160.

Tbcso ALLOTMENTS, boing oflered at a very low ground rent-il, aro most eligible as homes for tho working man, securing to tho purchaser a good-sbed area of land with little outlay, and so enabling him to build his house at

once.

The situation is one of the mo=t healthy as well as the mont beautiful in all tho subuilsof Stoney, and is within easy and cheap access o) tho city.

TITLE PERFECT.

SALE, SATURDAY, 15th September, nt 3 o'clock. ' _GILCHRIST. STUBBS, and WESTON.

,0 OIL AND COLOUR MEN, CONTRAC-

TORS, PICTURE FRAME DEALERS, STOREKEEPERS, EXPORTERS, and othors.

WINDOW GLASS,

10, 21, und 2G ounce.

An invcro of superior Belgian FOR SALE BY AUCTION,

by order of tho consignas,

at the Rooms, THIS DAY. Auguit 23. at 11, by

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

It is well assot ted, and comprises all si/es from

It! x 11 to GO -t 40

and is stored nt Tnlbot's, Challar Quay, whole it can bo inspected prior to snle.

Full particulars nt Rooms.

Ê2T Tho itlcndanco of tho fiado is requested, as tho lota ure to be cleared out to make room in tho stores for the forthcoming wool season.

Terms nt silo.

l"XÏN~TS 1~N S M ALL TI N S

mixed ready for use,

mtrntifnetured hy D. Storer and Sons, Glasgow. - A small invoice of

8 casos,

assorted colouis, in 5-lb. tins ;

nlso.

1 case genuine red lead, 28 lbs.,

for Salo liv Auction, at the Rooms,

THIS DAY, at 11,

GILCHRIST, STUBBS, and WESTON.

Particulars at sile.

r£i

w.

WR R I T C li A R D ' S

. ORDER OF SALE

THIS DAY, Tlun-dnv, Auirust 23rd, at 11 o'clock,

CITY and SUBURBAN PROPERTIES,

at the Rooms, 2S1, Gcorgo-street.

GREAT BRITAIN HOTEL, Glebe

GIBSON'S FAMILY HOTEL, Milsou's Point CAPTAIN COOK HOTEL, Parramatta Road KURRAJONG HEIGHTS-Building Sites

2 SMALL HOUSES, off Riloy-street, Surry Hills

8 BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, Pyrmont Bridge

Road.

Full paiticulars in last Sufurdny's and yesterday's Heuai.Ii, Equo, andEvEsiNti News

~F~TT~f~T~lT~î I A R D'S

ORDER OF SALE.

On SATURDAY NEXT, August 25,

ON THE GROUND, at 3 o'clock piompt,

16 VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS OF LAND,

nt

PETERSHAM-,

adjoining the Annandale Estate. ; After which, at luilf-p-mf 3 o'clock,

ON THE GROUND,

PARRAMATTA ROAD,

OPposito the residence of J. WETHERILL, Esq.,

2 ALLOTMENTS of LAND, euch 20 feet by 90 feet deep.

Palaco and Brighton streets,

SYDENHAM,

CORNER ALLOTMENT,

66 feet v. ido by 137 feet deep.

Particulars in this daj's Hebalu, Echo, and

EvhXiNß News.

Omnibus will lento tho rooms of tho Auctioneer, 281, George-street, to convey intending purchusora fteo, at half past ii o'clock.__

\ DOUBLE BAY! i -

W PRITCHARD will sell by public

. auction, at his. Rooms, 281, Georgo-strcet, ne\t THURSDAY, August 30, at li o'clock, WITHOUT RESERVE,

SIX BEAUTIFUL VILLA RESIDENCES

and the

DOUBLE BAY HOTEL. BAYSWATER VILLAS

ATHELSTAN TRESSYLLIAN KNELLERPORE

MORVEN

and tho

DOUBLE BAY -HOTEL.

For fun particulars see Heuai.ti, Echo, and Evesino" News; also at tho Rooms of the AUCTIONEER,

where cards to viow can bo obtained.

' ' UNRESERVED SALE. ~

FITZROY-STREET, NORTH SHORE.

A COTTAGE RESIDENCE, containing li rooms, hall,

' 4 cellars, &c, und buiit of stone, at present occupied by

tho proprietor.

The lund has a frontage of 30 FEET to FITZROY STREET by a depth ot 120 FEET to a back entrance,

20 FEET WIDE. '.

*"* This well-built Cottugo ndi'oins Mr. List's property, and is situato near DIND'S HOTEL, and about 100 yards from tho MAIN ROAD, and only THREE minutés' walk

from the

WILSON'S POINT FERRY.

It commands good harbour views, and is also vory

accessible.

Tho salo is POSITIVE for

TUESDAY NEXT ;

and tho Auctioneers regret that so little timo is given for publicity and inspection.

HARDIE and GORMAN Lavo received

instructions to sell by publie auction, at their Rooms, Boll's-chanibors, 175, Fift-stioet, at 11 o'clock on

TUESDAY, 28th AUGUST,

The above-described well-built cottage residence.

NRESKRVED SALE.

Of BLOCKS of Land situate at

VAUCLUSE BOTANY DUNGOG BULLI

WOLLONGONG BROULEE,

In the lato HENRY ISLER'S Estate.

Day of Sale,

TUESDAY NEXT,

at 11 o'clock,

st Bell's-chatabers, 175, Pitt-street,

by

HARDIE and GORMAN.

u

N

EXT SATURDAY. I

S do on {{id Ground , _

COTTAGE RESIDENCE and 6 ALLOTMENTS,

Bit-bite corner of

OCEAN AND WILLIAM STREETS,

DOUBLE BAY,

at 3 o'clock by

HARDIE and GORMAN,

Auctioned s_ in II E CRLSCENT

WYKNr'S feUDDIVISlON,

BURWOOD

LITHOGRAPHS aro now ready, j

Di- of Sale,

SATURDAY 1 jth bcplembcr, \

1L1ÎM-- j

TEN per cent dopdait

H\L por cent mona two and three months,

and the balance m I TAA O or iHRLI Ii ARS, at

0 p r c-nt interest

FREE RAILWAY TICfi.LT S mil bo i«sucdoniho

Da} of Salo,

i nil

Refreshments provided

H VRDIE mid GORMAN

Auctioneers

1HE BE\LE\ ES I AIE

Salo at nuctron of

732 ACRES 1 ROOD 20 PERCHES

to be sold m

ONE BLOCK,

or in

THRLL LOTS

of

402' a , 269 a , and 60 a 3r 20 p respectn elji,

being unsold portions of tho very we'll known and luoui

ably situated

BEALEY ESTATE, commanding cnonnouH f r ntoi,es to

iORLSl HOVD

NEW ILL VWARR V ROAD STONY CREEL. ROAD

LUE ROAD to TEMPI,

and to

RESER\ ED RO ADS, leading off the

MAIN ROCKY POINT ROAD nnd also to tho

WOOLLI CREEK

This "\ ERY A AIUABIE ESTATE is situate about A MILE AND A II ALI beyond

1HE COOK'S RIVER DAM, and adjoins the prorerlies of

MICHAEL G VNNON,Esq , and otiléis, and also the land contained in

BiRDWLLT'S GRANTS, recently purchased bv

GEORGE PILE Esq. , and others

Tho atleution of

BUILDING SOCIETIES I IN VLSI ORS nnd S>P1 CULATORS

is directed to tin» IMPORTANT and AT1RV.CTIAE '

liTLL-TORREN&' ACT.

TPRMS - ONL HAT' C VSII, and the balança in TA\0 oi 1HREL A.EAES a ti pel cent interest

VlïDIE md GOK'U'y'N ha\o íecerved __ instructions f loin tue momictni-, to offer for ABSOLL IE SVLL bj PUBLIC COMPETITION

then GLNTLAL SVLP ROOMS Boll's cb imbers 17 Pitt street, at 11 o clock on TUEsDA^, 28th August,

732 a 1 r 20p of land m tim

bexley: lstate,

to be sold

m ONE BLOCK or in THRLE LOTS,

na abo\o described

PLAN can bo seen at tho Rooms, and furthor particulars obtained from the Auctioneers

This VALUABLE TSTATE occupies one of tho bertposifions in the parish of SI GLORGL and m the CENTRE of . hat must iilhmntelr b como

inE NEW TOWNSHIP Or*BEXLEY

The position of the land is well elovnted and from it can bo commanded mc wa of th>. BLLL MOUNT VIN S and the inter-, oning countrv, as well as of BOTANY BA1

andCOOKSRIALR

The property l» reached by a -.ely pleasant diivo fiom the CITY and is surrounded by GOOD ROADS, ONL

CHAIN in width

The land is well timbered, and easily, cambio of sub- division and contn-uslanTe quantities ot GOOD BUILD- ING SION L, also BLUL ML1 VL in sutucientqiï entity to metal all the NEW RO YDS which would bo re-iuirod in further subdividing the Estate

Iho localitj is very he-illh), and its suiroundin^s aro of a iirst ein«» chanctei The s îpplj of water is unlimited, andfilh satishcd the requirements of the inhabitmts or KINGííGROA r dilling two i^r\ dn summers

A PUBLIC bCHOOL and CHURCH aro at tho pro

sent rame elected on a portion ol'this TSTAPE, andu SETTLED POPULAliON established which should give nPERMANLNP V VLUE to the hind now oiforod for sale, in addition to w Inch it is contemplated to «root a

POLICE STATION

also on a portion of tin» pro| ci ti now under offer to

HIL GOA I RNM1NI

From tho position of and willi tho

M\NY ADAANlAGrs

that surround this LSI VIE as well as trom Sales effected

IN i HIS LOCALITE,

it is quite eorfain that a much LARGER RETURN w ouldlia\ o been obtained had it been ottered upon a

PLAN Oi SUBDIVISION

but the Aucuono rs instructions are to oher It as before described the \ endor preferring to de ilwith. ONE or TWO purchasersfor the whole

Mr SCHOPIELD, loading on tho

LSIATE,

will show intending purchasers over tho property.

Romoniboring that the chances of securing such valuable and entire blocks of land are lessening whilst the

PROSPECTIF h VALUE

is almost daih uicieasing the nuction»ers direct very speoinl

attention to this

ONE MORE OPPORTUNITY,

which, in addition to combining all tho aforenamed advan- tages, must bo largch augmented bv

RAILW VY LX. TLî> SION

and

INCREASED POPULATION.

Day of Sale

TUESDAY 2Sth AUGUST_

WYNYARD SQUARE

MAGM1ICEX1 CITY SITE

m MARGARE I S TRI LI, oppo-ito the beautifilly

laid out RLsLR\L ii AY\N\ ARD-SQL 4KD and adjoining the RL^IDPNCF of Mu HAMIL- TON u ie\ j iris es o \oi* she t

EICIIAÜDSOÍJ- and WRENOII have re

i cei\ ed instructions to sell by public auction, at thu Rooms Pitt street, ou I RID YÏ dist Vu=uat nL ii

o'clock,

ALL THV1 -.civ \alinbIo CIT-x SI1L tipos lo

W\N\ARD SQUARE nnd hnurg 22 fe I 10 inches front iffc tn M\RG \RI T sTRnrt nil 2 FEET 10 I--,CHFS to LII1LL MARGARET STREET, with i depth of 101 I LET

l|"^* The abo\o eily building ite is woi bj of special at Jqntton, and tiom its b-iutiful position with the pu

manent aiHnnlsfce oí frenillo to tho luehH cukivntel and most i AST Cb (j LI Y hld out MWYYRD SQL Vlil it is m every inspect a lmirably adapted as a Mte tor r 1 rsl

class family icidonte, either lor a merchant oi professional gentleman

_ luinis libeial

To CAPIlALI-sIsTlNArsTORS, SPECULAT ORS,

und other»

CLFARVNCE SYLr

SUBURBAN LANDLD PROPERTIES

SI PEURS

Cook's lîhet Roid

TAVO AORES and n I1VL1 of Lui d Roboits sjieet oft

Cooks Ruer Roui neal ->T PI 1 PR'S CHURCH andthoicsidenceof W R SMITH, Lsn

BURWOOD

LzVHGE BLOCK of Land, "0 nues notlli of PARR K

MAH V ROYD, neu tho CONCORD ROYD and Noitcli s Hotel, und nd-oinme, Murphys Ornngeij fenced in, - nitly cleoied, cultivi'ed, and otlieittiso ipi

proved

ROOKWOOD, ne ir L % erpool Ro id

LOT 1 Block of Land 90 ncio!, flouting a RO YD leading

from Rookwood Rail*- ay Station to tho LIVERPOOL

ROAD

LO! 2 109 ACR1 S of I AND on tho LIA ERPOOL

ROAD, neu tho Rookwood Rnlwaj Station

LOT 3 Block of it icios, appoita lot 1, aud lievuig

frontage to anio io id

i LOT 4 Block ot G iieics ) îoods 1 porches, Ti\ erpool Road,

I w ill) improvements thcroon

LOT o 19 acret, and 27 perches, adioinmg Lots 2 and 4,

and also having frontage to tho Li\eipool Road

BIOH ARDöON and WRENCH have received

instructions to sell by public auction, ¡it the Rooms, Tilt sheet on

Ii RIDAY, 7th September, at 11 o'clock

Tho aboiodescribed subuibun hinds ni Newtown, Bur-

wood, and Rookwood, further particulars of which | can be obtained on application at tho Rooms*

Pitas «t the Booms Terms at salt

'AEDES 0*P SALE.

CITY, SURBUÉBANVrad, COUNTEY

PROPERÏtES

to bo sold by public Auction, '

at Ino Rooms, Pitt'streot.

TO-MORROW, Friday; at half-past 11 o'olock.

PITT-STREET. Thoso ortensive commercial ',', Premises, No. 130, Pitt-street,

opposito the Union Bank; also ; the commodious Storo at thorear

In tho estate of tho lato II lalor, Esq.

BURTON-ß_REE-T. tRusidence, ,NTo. 30, Burton

street, a few feot fiom Oxford utreet ; and Houso, No. l8, Burton-lane, at tho sido.

WAVERLEY. Splendid block of Land, up-

wards df 2 tierce«, South Head Road und ' Rmithoi.s-streot, ad- joining Mr. W. Cary.

NEWTOWN. Beautiful Site, 2 roods 20

poichcs, Alico-strect, lots 51 mid tia, section t, Camdenville Estate,

near Camden College.

NORTH SHORE. Fernbrook, a Collngo Resi-

dence nud Grounds, Altrcd slrcet, at tho hoad of Neutral

Bay.

BALMAIN. Two family Residents, Dar-

ling-street, east side, opposite tho Church ot Enphnd Church.

» Villa Eosideuio and lurga

block of Land, Darling Road, opposito Cockatoo Island, and

near Council-chambers.

MERRIWA. Corner block of Land, 21 acres,

Vennachar and Blaxland streets, Town of Merriwa.

URALLA. TownAllotment,Jío. 5, section

20, Armidnlo-streot, by order tit

the niortgugce.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

~~ BY OJ3DER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

GLEBE HEIGHTS.

TWO SUBSTANTIALLY-BUILT BRICK AND

STONE TWO-STORY DWELLINGS,

¡enott-n as

O'DORNEY and ST. LEONARDS HOUSES,

On the east sido of .MOUNT VERNON -STREET, mid-

way between CATHERINE-STREET mid &T.

JOHN'S ROAD.

They eath have toiimdahs front nnd back, and cnnhin she

looms, kitchen, and wnshshed, with wntor luid on, good yr.rjh, with sido und bael: enhances.

The LAND comprises-Lot 12, of section 0, of the

BISHOPTHORPE ESTATE, and has40 feet fiont age, with a depth of 106 leet, extending back to a

lane.

Rental _1 12^ per week, or £63 -Is per annum.

TITLE-Tho well-known Bishopthorpe leasehold, 95 years

to run ; giotind rent, _i> 2s Gd per unnum.

BICIIARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at tho Rooms, Pitt-street, on MONDAY, 3rd September, at

11 o'clotk,

The above described Globe properly. Pla» at tho Rr»un!s ^i'oi »is at s ile.

Messrs. I-Ti'ZHARDlNGE and SON, 112, Pitt-street, Solicitors ol'the Moi tgagee. _ ^_

CAMBRIDGE-TERRACE.

VICTORIA PARK, NEWTOWN ROAD.

DENHAM HOUSE,

A FAVOURABLY SITUATED very tastefully

FINISHED THREE-STORY FAMILY DWELL ING-HOUaB, overlooking Victoria Fatk and the orn'tinontal gioundsof the Unheraity.

KICHARDSON and WRENCH have ro

i ceived instructions to sell by publie; auction, at tim Room*, Pitt-stieet, on MONDAY, 3rd September, at 11 o'clock,

All tint pioce of LAND, having 40 feet frontage to tho

NEWTOWN ROAD, with a depth of 114 FEET extending to a lune nt tho reír, upon which is

elected

DENHAM HOUSE,

a substantial and very faithfully built CITY FAMILY RESIDENCE, principally of 14-inch brickwork, on massive a'one foundation, nud con- taining \ ernndah and balcony in fiont, hill, 7 rooms, linen c!o«eU, kitchen with cooking ramre, bathroom complete, laundry with coppe-i and tKed tubs, Moro nnd pantry. At tho roar nrebneic coachhouso und stable, also- dc-tachud roomy wooden stable and coaoh house, with large lofr over.

«-,/ Olio half of tho frontage of tho lund is still vacant

and available as a silo for a similar residence.

r]gy Tho above is a very desirablo RESIDENCE, in n favourite part of tho city, witt tile permanent advantage of the Victoria Park frontage.

The position is clovntcd, and from the lirnt lloor of the residence is obtained a most picturesque und charming view of the harbour, North Shoro, and nearly the wholo of the

cifv.

Tho residence is finished throughout tegnrdless of ex- pense, nearly tho wholo of the intcmal Idlings being of picked varnished cedar, und the ¡jas is laid on, nnd the whole of the fittings, with, the elegant chandeliers in the principal rooms, will bo sold with the property.

Along tho" street" frontngo is a parapet widl, and orna-

mental iron railing, with nicely arranged garden plot in

front.

Cards to view may bo obtained at the Rooms.

Terms at sale.

ASHFIELD SOUTH.

The MOST ELEVATED spot in this beautiful

RAILWAY SUBURB.

That delightfully Bituated FAMILY MANSION, known

as

ABERGELDIE,

together with the HIGHLY IMPROVED EXTEN 1 SIVE GROUNDS, in all 23 ACRES, having

CONSIDERABLE FRONTAGES 1 to

THE CANTERBURY ROAD

and other wido STREETS, situated on the south side çf tho RAILWAY line, within 20 minutes' walk of

the

ASHFIELD RAILWAY STATION,

and about 12 minutes' walk of tho

NEW PLATFORM,

shor/ly to bo aponed on the UNDERWOOD ESTATE, between Um VIADUCT at PETER- SHAM nnd the RAILWAY BRIDGE, LIVER-

POOL ROAD.

TITLE, TORRENS' ACT.

BICHARDSON and WRENCH ha-vo re-

ceived instructions fiom W. C. RENWICK, Esq., io sell by public auelioü, at tho Rooms, Pitt-street,

oa

FRIDAY, 21t.t September, nt 11 o'clock,

ABERGELDIE, ASHFIELD SOUTH.

This DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED FAMILY PRESIDENCE is substuutially built of buck on stone foundation, with slated roof, tho internal fittings being of picked cedar; all the rooms ¡no corniced, and huyo nell centio flowers, and aro otherwise finished xuFlRST-CLAbS

STYLE.

It lins verandah and balcony in front, and contains wide cntlaucD Itali. Drawing-room,"34 x l8*, with two bay win- dows ; dining and breakfast rooms, divided by tolding dojis; 7 bediooips, very Inrgp; day nuieeiy; bathroom, shower and plungo (hot and cold water); pitont closet,

lav .tori", ore.

Tho OUT-OFFICES comprieo kitchen, fitted tvith cook- ing range, with hot and cold water pipes attached tor sup- plying bath md bedroonja ; laundry, fitted with copper and lived tubs, hot nnd cold water taps to each; butlc-i'spanlrv, storeroom, tculleiy, &c. ; good diy wine cellar m the

basement.

At souio considerable distance fiom tho houso is a vciy largo weatherboard building, comprising >).->tall stable, double and single coach-house, man's loom, harness room, and tool house, with roomy hay loft over.

Tho water supply is never-failing from two underground tanks, one 24 feet long and 12 feet in width und depth, the other 15 foot deep and 12 feet in diameter, estimated to c-ontiin 40,000 gallons, fitted with potyen'ul foi co pump to supply the linu"o when necessary.

Tifo EXTENSIVE GROUNDS containing an ni en of 23 ACRES have been nfc considerable expenso very tastefully laid out into glassy lawns, highly cultivated flower beds, and ornamental grounds planted with the choicost descrip- tions of cvoigreens, stately trees, rnio flowering plants, tho ?whole growing luxuriantly.

Through tho planted portions of tho gi ounds from tho main gnlfl entrance up to the front of tho lesidencnis n noble ,ind well-formed 21 feet wido SERPENTINE CARRIAGE DRIVE ; and thiough other parts of the gi ounds mo also t-qvonil pi etty gravel paths.

In front of tho House is n"beautiful ornamental fountain (to which the water is laid on), placed in tho centre of an exquisitely-niranged group of garden plots, planted with

tho choicest description of raro flowering plants and

shrubs.

Tho wholo forming a most completo and beautifully Inid out bubuibiin inmisión und gioiinds equal, if not superior, to any other ia this charming suburb.

tSgrTJio position is ou tho elevated patt of Ashfield heights, and tho view is ona of the most beautiful, extensive, and picturosquo to bo obtained in this locality.

It ombiaces to the Uorthward tho harbour, North Shoro, ondthooity; southwaid, Botany Bay, tho ocean boyond, the coast linn, and pretty wooded country for miles right to Bulli ; and westwaid, tho wholo of tho suburbs oxtonding to Parramatta, with tho country boyond right on lo tho

Blue Mountains'.

Inspection is partjbularly invited, and cards to view can

be obtained at tho Rooms.

. ... Finn on viow. Terms liberal.

"" FIRST-CLASS STATION PROPERTSl ¡ ALBERT DISTRICT. ^

284;00O Acres, moro or loss. . I

110 "Miles from Bourke

THOMAS DAWSON and CO. have received

instructions from Messrs. Barton, Brothers, tci sell by auction, to closo a partnership, at tbo Chamber of", .Commerco, in tho Exchange, Sydney, on .SATURDAY,,

the loth September next, at li o'clock, (

Tbo Brindingabba station, with all improvements.

N. B.-This magnificent station is abundantly-watered)

and without stock ,

For full pai ticulars seo Saturday's advertisements, or ihaj agents, 32u, Gtorgc-streot. _ .

l''irst-class Unstockcd Country.

Ó00 Square Miles (moro or less), Albert District, about 200

miles from Bourke, or 150 from AVilcannia.

THOMAS DAWSON and CO. (in conjunc-

tion with "Wilkinson. Hann, Mmchin, ami/Co.). have received instructions from M. O'Connor, Esq., to sell by auction, at the Chamber of Commerce, Sydney, on SATURDAY, tho 13th October next, at li o'clock,

Tho following five blocks of country :

Caryapundy Conulpio BolwaiTy

Omura, No. 5

Omura, No. ü. r

These blocks aro situated on Burke und Wills'« t»ck, and aro well watered by tho Bulloo River, Tongowoko, Torrens, and other ciceks, being splendidly grasocd, aud.-magni hce-nt i-nltbuah country.

For further particulnre and tracinss, seo Agon-fa, 326, George-street; or Vickcry's-fhnnibcrs, Pitt-stieet.,

~' BLIGH DIBTRIC1. "

SPLENDID SQUATTING PROPERTY,

in tho Saltbush Country.

BONEGEABONG.

FRIDAY, 31st August, 1877.

JS. BROWN has received insteuiotions

. from the executrix in the estate of the late Leonard C. Cheetham, Esq., lo sell by public auction, on FRIDAY, 31st August next, at the Royal Hotel,

Dubbo,

AU that splendid squatting property,_ situated, in tin

he irt ot the gracing district of Now- South. Walea and having Irontngos to tbo Castlereagh Rivel

Mnrthiiruv and other creeks. *

This EXTENSIVE PROPERTY, known a»,

BONEGEABONG s NEAV BONEGEABONG MILLPULLING

YARRAGAN D, and

t CASTLEREAGH RUN.

i comprises an-area of fifty-sis thousand live hunclired acres

(56,500) of tho ipost fattening country, open forest, inter-1 seeled with myall plains, producing salino herbage" of every!

' lariety, with grasses only known on the most favoured) -

nins.

AVith the station will bo sold nbout (10,000) ten thousand

| sheep, at per head, of very high standing, being the; progeuy

of Rouse rams. The lato owner always secured, a high prico- the clip in London being eagerly snapped up».

There ato about fifty head of very quiet cattle; they must bo tnken ut the fixed piice of £4 per head.

The home station is u substantial dwn'ling, conMsting oE 5 room-., kitchen, steble, coieh-hou-c. hay-shed, overseer's cottage of 1 rooms,nnd men'» bul s. Attached to tie home- stead is u good garden.

Wool-shed nud wool-room, press, and sbcaiers"vlnit, up to tho reqtiiicment.s ot the station.

Fencing-AA'iro fenco paddock, four and a hrjlf mile» round. In this paddock is the wool-shed; also a small pad-1 dock live wires und top lail.

Horso paddock, dog-leg fonce, four miles round. Cultivation paddock, securely fenced. Tbo working plant ni valuation.

Terms-Two-thirds çasti; balance ono and two years^ bearing interest at 7 por cent., which must be paid half-*

yearly.

For further particulars und letters to inspect a]-j>ly-to tho

abovo Agent ; or

C. II. FITZHARDING Solicitor for the Estate.

FATTENING COUNTRY (COBAR).,

For Sale bv Public Auction,

at MELBOURNE, HAY, DUBBO,

on MONDAY, 10th September,

the WHOLE of that GRAN'D AREA of BICHLYj

GRASSED SALTBUSH COUNTRY? "

known at the COBAR DOWNS', "

consisting of 13 (thirteen) RUNb, all adjoining (excopb

one), which niu *o be offered separate!-., ¡ino", which,' beinj o: the largest aieas, aro capable of subdi-t'ision in.' Lion* s of tour, each equal in. extent to tho average»

sired runs.

Each of the 13 runs can be tJiown capable of flattening:, 10,000 shceni yearly, dunng that portion of tho j*>ar that*, roany of the sqaultaget, have to bu vacated to search for, glass and water, the destination in most casa-, be'nç " Cobai," as cm bo seen by rho stock-travelling lojportsfoc1

»?e\e.. .; seasons past. Over 2OU.O00 sheep, Resides" numei -' e>Us beni« of cattle, Jiav'o depastured on theso runs'during; the presi nt year, and yet 75,1)00 s-heep (miberably -poor lour moiilbs us«) bince depaslunug thereon are now prcfiouncel' '"tat." Yet feed is repoi ted as most beautiful, as can bo infi'ncdfiom llio Mib-otncd extract fiom tho Proj-s from «pll-knQwn colonists lately at Cobar, winch appeal*» intha Yass Couiiieu of 7th August, copied froni tho ChuN-auca LEADER of previous issue.

REAPPRAISEMENT by the CROAVN

has just been made, fixing rental for a further PERIOD of

5 YEARS at reasonable figure.

The following well-known Runs will be offered » MEL- BOURNE, on the 10th September, by

MESSRS. R. GOLDSBROUGH ano CO.; in

coniunction with. Messrs. Wilkinson, Hann, Minchin, and Co. ; and under instructions from" D'. J. O'Neill, Esq., ... | Back of Back Boorormugga, No. 2 webt

Ditto ditto, No. 1 ditto Ditto Boorormugga

Back Boorormugga, No. 2 west Ditto ditto, No. 1 ditto Back Boorormugga.

The.se aro surveyed by instructions from the Crown (a expento of lessee) on three sides, an,d iho fourth 'ja hoinj

surveyed.

The.- fullowing blocks will be oftered on seuiieday, at Hay, bv Meatra. AA'ilkiitbon, Hann, Minchin, and Co. :

"Hnoiormupi, No. 1 west \ " d h ^ M

Moquilamba, bim I . No. 1 1 ¿ ü d ¡J d

HooiQomugya.noitli I by suvvoV.

Loorooinugga .1 ."

Tho lolloiung will be offc-ied on same day, at Dubbo, bj Mesáis. AVilkitisou, Hanu, Minchin,and Co., m conjuae ti m -.-illa «gent for Purrs, Rutherloid, and Co. :

lioii'oonduru, eiit>l back J

'uekuaroou, east ditto ¡ survoyod. ll.uk Gundabooka "A" )

Iiibpection is iuntcd to theao luns, which tb,o pioneer survojorof these pronounces " The finest sheep country ha

lind ever aeen in his life*."

LITHOGRAPHS, distinctly ¡.'lowing runs, feature» lankb, roads. iVc, ice., on application to

Mesiii s. Wilkinson, Hann, Minchin, and Co., Sydney, AViifiga Wn-rgu, and Hay.

Me'bsis. It. Goldsbrough und Co., Melbourne. Agent, Powers, Ruthci-foid, and Co., Dubbo.

Mr. M. O'Neill, at Cobar; or D. J. O'Neill, Esq., Violet Cottage, Buriowa.

PASTORAL.

"From privato lottern -eceived from Messrs. R. H. Kennedy and F. R. Hume, who lately left this tonn for tho Darling Ruer, we leam th it the district in that quaiter is splendid for iattouiug purposes. The country at Cobar is roporlcd lobe magnificent and the feed most abundant, and tho stock rapidly fnttomng. Mr. Kennedy says ho has never seen its equal since the eaily days of the colony."

OuNNINf, Lr.ADEIl.

Toinis at bale.

THOMAS ALNWICK has received iuetruc

tions fiom Mr. D. M'Kuy to sell by public nuelion, on Ibu Promises, Metcali-sli cor, AVallsond, mí

AVEDNESDAY, tho 12th day of September, 1877, at 13

o'clock.

Tbo auctioneer has much pl°asuro in l ccommendiug this first-class highly-finished nud valunblo BUILDING, which is co admirably ndnpted cither 1er Banking purposes, an Hole) business, or a "Ura¡)ory Establislinient/and commands ono of the very best sites in AVallsend. Tholiousois sub- stantially built ot white and red bricks on a massive stone foundation", with spacious balconies. Tho principal apart-' monts on tho ground ilooraio entered by three doors in fronl, rend one at tho side. Tho upper apartments are ap- proached by a fino wido staircase. 1'hey include largo airy and lofty Bedrooms, Dressroonis, Bathrooms-, Linenl C osui. In the batemont lofty, dry, woll icntil.ited eellais. Tho finish of the internal work is vciy snpeiior, tho fitlinirs being all of picked cedar, highly-polished. Tho mantelpieces in all tho rooms aro of modern design, and fireplaces to correspond with th.' ree-islcied gralo. The ceilings nnd cornices are most beauti« fnjly decoiated.. Tho out-houses aro very oompleto, com Eusing kitchen fitted with cooking range, two servants'

edrooms ; the rear is approached by a sido entrance lead- ing fiom Mctcalf-stroct; now commodious*\ stables, Lontnining six stalls, co-teli-houso, harness rack, also n hugo hayloft. Thodiainago fronl nil paits of Iho promises Í3 perfect in avery respoel. Theio is a blick cemented underground tank capable of containing 10,000 gallons, with pump nil complote. The abovo premises aro the .finest and most valuable over offered in this district, and aio replete with every convenience. On applying to the Auctioneer tho terms and conditions will be found mosfr liberal. ,

TO 'BE SOLD by auction, on SATURDAY

next, at 11 o'clock, at G1, "Elizabeth-street, under distraint for lent, Two vory convenient office dosks and o(;ucr ofllce furniture, valuablo law books, stationery, -&cv. &o. Full particulars in to-morrow's adverrisemcut. .

'Terms, cash

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