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PUBLIC COMPANIES.

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A USTRALIAN MUTUAL FIRE SOCIETY.

Capital, £100,000. With power to increase to £1,000,000.

Bonuses-20 per cent, each for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th

years.

DittECTons

Hon. John Suthoiland, M.P., Chairman.

Manuel F. Josephson, Esq. William Day, Esq.

John Wetherill, Esq. William Heilet, Esq.

Only Mutual Fire Society giving policy-holders profits

overy year.

Policy-holders are perfectly free by law from all liability. Prompt and liberal settlement for fires.

Damages by Lightning nnd Explosions by Gas paid.

Fire Insurances at LOWEST RATES.

WALTER CHURCH, Manager. Offices, 235, Pitt-street.

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.

(Limited).

Capital, £500,000. Subscribed, £150,000.

Offices: Waterloo Chambers, 470, George-street.

DIRECTORS:

Hon. M. Fitzpatrick, M.P., chairman.

John See, Esq. John T. Toohey,Esq. J. P. Garvan, Esq. T. M. Slattery, Esq.

Patrick Stanley, Esq.

Profits divided with policy-holders every year.

All damages by lightning and gas explosion paid.

All kinds of fire risks taken at LOWEST RATES.

JAMES MURPHY Manager.

Ï" NDUSTRIÁL- "MUTUAL FIRE~ INSURANCE

COMPANY (Limited).

Capital, £100,000,

in 20,000 Shares of £5 each,

6s to be paid on application, and

¡ia on Allotment.

Shares may bo applied for at the Industrial andPiovident Permanent Building and Investment Society's Offices, 2, Piuk-strect, Sydney.

_ WILLIAM JARRETT, Manager.

TTTNIÓÑ FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE HJ COMPANY.

Chief Office-Christchurch, New Zealand.

Capita!, £2,000,000.

FIRE and MARINE RISKS of overy description accepted at lowest rates.

\V. H. MACKENZIE and CO., Agents. ExohangQ-corner. Pitt-street, Sydno»»

UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA.

Established 1837.'

Paid-up Capital-£1,230,000. Reserve Funds-£460,000.

At a mooting of Proprietors, hold in London on tho 30thultimo, tho proposal of the Direotois'to iueicasothe Capital aud Resources of the Bank bv tho issue of 10,000 now shares of £25 each at a premium of Thirty-threo Pounds per share, ns adopted at tho special geneial mostiii'

of proprietors, held in London on tho 14th ultimo, was con-

firmed.

Tho now shares will ho allotted to Proprietors registered in tho Colonies on 1st proximo, in the proportion of ouo new share to every five old shares ; and Payment is to he made as under, vi/.. :

£15 per share on the 15th March, 1S78 £15 " " 15th April, " £15 " " 15th May, " ..613 " " 15th Juno. "

No transfers of tho old shares can take plnco between tho 1st and the 16th March, IS7S, nor of the now until the full amount of £58 on oach share is paid up.

All further pirticulars can bo ascertained on application to tue Mannaor, nt Syeluey.

Inspcctor'nnd Goncral'Manager's Office,

Melbourne, 9th February, 1878.

JOHN F. M'MULLEN,

_ Insoeetor and Gonoral Mannaor.

I-VTORTH" BRITISH AND MERCANTILE J_^ INSURANCE COMPANY,

Loudon and Edinburgh.

Established 1809.

Subscribed Capital. £2,000,000

Paid-up Capital. '250,000 Fire Reservo Fund.£1,082,768 Net Fire Premiums for year 187G .... £858,064

SYDNEY BO Aim:

Alexander SIuort, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman. Thomas Cadell, Esij.

Ofiicos-96, Pitt-street, Sydney.

This Company, having established a'Biaiich in Sydney, aro now prepared to accept FIRE risks, in all parts of the colony, at the lowest current rates.

Losses promptly so'.tled.

GEO. A. RUSSELL, Secretary. Sydney, 1st March, 187S.

-»TORTHERN TSSURANCE COMPANY-. IN Esliiblishol 1836.

Capital, £3,000,000; Accumulated Funds, £2,092,000.

Fire and Life.

Offices-No. 17, Bridpo-streot-chambors. Fire Insurances taken at veiy moderate ratos.

Lifo Assurances on the most "favourable terms.

Prosuectuses on application.

ROBEY, BROTHERS.jmd CO., Agents.

PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE

COMPANY OF SYDNEY.

Capital, £1,000,000.

Diitccroies:

James Watson, Esq., M.L.A., Chairman.

Hon. Saul Samuel, G.M.G. R. S.idelinirton, Esq.

E. Vickory, Esq. Alfred C. Garrick, Esq.

MEL-OUKNE BOAH» :

Chas. E. Bright, Esq. Roheit Murray Smith,

Esq., M.L.À.

AousTs, : '

London : Messrs. Edward A. Levy and Co. Melbourne :

W. Strachan, Esq. Brisbane : Messrs. Bright. Brothers, and Co. Adolaido : J. G. Boothby, Esq., Rockhampton : Messrs. J. Hvadrick and Co. Mau- ritius: Messrs. Ireland, Fraser, and Co.

Marino and Fire Risks of every description accepted nt

current rates.

Marino policies mado payable in London, or »t any of the Company's agencies when"required.

__E.JL MONTEFIORE, Manager.

SYDNEY FIRE ÎNSÛRÀNCË~C"OMPAN-".

Direcfois :

Frederick Perks, Esq., Chairman. Richard Jones. Es1 James R. V.iirfax, Esq.

Hon. S. D. Gordon, Esq.,

M.L.C

, De'puty-ehairiiinn.

Hon. Geo. W. Lord, Esq.,

M.L.C.

Rich. Grant Reading, Esq. Surveyor-William Munro, Esq.

ALEXANDER THOMSON, Secretary.

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tOUTII AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY

C? ? (Limited).

Capital, £500,000. Reservo Fund, £25,000. Fire risks' accepte 1 at greatly redncod rates.

Marino risks taken nt lowest fun cut rates on merchan- dise, freights, Are. Claims mado payable nt option of nn assured at London, or any port of shipment whore thero is aueiiey of this Cninpimv*

ROBEY, BROTHERS, and CO,,

_17. Bi-idpe-slreet-ch-imhers.

S~YDNEY TlARlNE ASSURANCE COMPANY.

(Unlimited Liability.)

Capital, £100,000!

DtnnCTons:

R¡charl Jones, Esq., Chairman Henry Mort, Esq.

A. H". C. Miicnfeo, Esq.

AGENTS :

London-Mr. William Mort, 155, Fenchurch-street.

Newcastle-Mr. John Reid.

MAUINE StrnvEYou: Captain S. S. Sustenance.

N.B<-Time risks on ships yvith particular average taken subject to special arrangement.

Policies on merchandise to Europe granted in triplicate, pavablc in London in case of loss, it required.

A Table of the Rates of Premium can be obtained nt tin» Company's Offices, Lvons-buildiugs, George-street.

_SAMUEL H. SMYTH, Manager.

TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COM-

PANY' (Limited).

Offices: 32G, George-street, Sydney.

Tins Company is pieparcd to accept FIRE RISKS at

cuiront rates.

_S. MAC DONNELL, Agent.

HE GLOBE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY

(Limited), LONDON.

Cupital, £500,009.

All Marino Risks taken at lowest current rates.

Policies granted in triplicate, payable in case of loss in London, or at any of tho Agencies.

Full particular» upou apolication to tho undersigned,

MONTEFIORE, JOSEF H, und CO., Agents.

HE NEW ZFALAND INSURANCE COMPANY-.

FIRE AND MARINE.

Capital.£1,000,000 Invested Funds . l'40,000

WITH UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHARE-

HOLDERS.

SYDNEY BRANCH-77, PITT-STREET.

Fire Insurances oli'octed on Buildings, Goods, Furniture, Rents, aud all rasurnble interest.

Marine Risks tak n nt lowest current rates on Hulls, Merchandise, Froight, See.

Claims mado payabl» in London, New Zealand, Australian Colonies (at any of the Company's Agencies), at tho option

of the insured.

_S. HAGUE SMITH, Manager.

THE ' MARINE " INSURANCE COMPANY,

20, Old Broad-street, B.C., London.

Established 183G.

Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000.

Rosorvo Fund, £340,000.

An AGENCY of this Company is opened in SYDNEY for Iiiflttrnnco of Risks by Steamships to INTER- COLONIAL PORTS, CHINA, INDIA, JAVA, SINGAPORE, SAN FRANCISCO, LONDON, and elsewhere, and by sailing ships to London.

Premiums and terms of business at current rates in Syelney.

CLAIMS payable at tho. option of the assured in LONDON, or at any port of shipment or delivery where there is an agency of this Company.

HENRY MOORE, Agent.

Mooro's Wharf, Sydney, 23rd August, 1377._ B1HE "SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE JL INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND.

Unlimited Liability of Shareholders.

Capital, £1,000,000, in 50,000 Shares of £20 each.

Reservo Fund, £10,000.

Head Office, Queen-street, Auckland.

A. BOARDMAN, ESQ., General Manager.

The undersigned, Agents for New South Wales, aro effecting ovory description of Insurances at current rates. Claims for losses settled promptly, and can be made payable, if required, in London, or at any of the agencies m Aus-

tralia or New Zealand.

M. METCALFE and CO., 9, Bridge-street.

"-""TICTORIA INS OR ANCE COMPANY.

FIRE and MARINE, LIFE and GUARANTEE.

United Capital.£2,200,000

Established 1849.

LOCAL DIHECTOUS:

George Thorne. Esa. | Sir G. Wigram Allen.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.-The premiums are the lowest that can be accepted with safety to the assured and the Coinpunv.

MARINE RISKS at lowest current rates.

FIDELITY GUARANTEE Policies issued at lowest current rates, with periodical reductions to Government and Bank officials and others holding situations of trust.

Private sureties can obtain indemnity policies from the Company, securing themselves against loss arising through the dishonesty of the person for whom they have become

surety.

LIFE ASSURANCE, Endowment, or Annuity Policies prrmted at low rates of premium.

LIFE ASSURANCE COMBINED WITH GUA- RANTEE secures important REDUCTIONS in" the

Forms of Proposal and full particulars upon application to anv of the Agents, or to the Resident Secretary-.

NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH, NEW" PITT

STREET. SYDNEY^EDK> ._ ._ ^.^

.Resident Secretary.

THE SYDNEY MODEL LODGING-HOUSE

- CO MPAN Y (Limited).

TO BE REGISTERED UNDER THE COMPANIES'

ACT.

Capital £5000, in 1000 Shnre3 of £5 each.

PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS: THOMAS BUCKLAND JAMES R. FAIRFAX '

ALEXANDER STUART. I

Sl'.DllKT.UlY : ! HENRY BURTON BRADLEY. '

BIIUKEK: ' JOSIAH MULLENS.

The object of the abovo Company is to furnish in Sydnoy accommodation for ino poor of tho hnrd-vvoiking classes, who have no homes of their own, a shelter night by night, both healthful nnd decent, at a cost which will ra'ako the Institution self-supporting, and which may in the eourso of years pay a moderato dividond to tho shareholders. Tile revelations contained in the reports of tho Sowngo nnd Health Commission show tho noccssity of such a move- ment as this, if tho poor in our midst aro to bo preserv-od from a downward course by the compulsory degradation which tho only accommodation now within their reach entails. Tho low chargo of Gd. per night will bo sufficient to meet nil exponaos, and will bring tho institution within tho reach of all who will appreciate its advantages. A similar company was formed in Melbourne in 1872. and is in overy way n success. Their half-yearly repart of January, 1877, shows an unexpended balance o'f £o25. of which sum £503 has been set aside, ns the first instalment of a sinking fund to pay off tho mortgngo debt of £4000, tho only liability of the company. The revenuo derived from tho Lodging Houso during tho half-year embrnoeJ. in tho above report was £1012, and the numbor of lodgers accommodated during the same period was

37.4S5.

It is proposed to purehaso a suitablo site, and to erect thoioou a plain but sufficiently ornamental building, to accommodate nightly 200 ledjors, and to próvido tho necessary beds, bedding, baths, and hivntories, &c, with officot for (he superintendent and other attendants.

The Molbourno houso cost for lund, building, and furni- ture, £9200, and gives accommodation for"223 lodgers. Tho Company furnishes no meals, but piovideâ n largo reading-room with newspapers, aud various amusements, such ns draughts, chess, &c. ; and also, a common kitchen and fire, at which tho innintes can cook thoir own breakfasts if they wish.

The good this institution may do ia hardly te bo cal- culated, it is not a pauperising one, as thoso who pirtako of_ its advuntages will pay tho cuiront cost, and the oxistonco of such a houso must toudto improvo tho character of ever}- private house for tho samo class of inmates throughout the city. An appeal is therefore made for your support, both on philanthropic and pa'riotic grounds.

The proj'ect will ultimately bo a commercial success nlso, but this is not put prominently forward. The main point is whether you will help to stem" the tide of drunkenness, by giving fresh air, clean resting places, and plenty of water to those who are now compelled by the necessities of their position to frequent unvvholesomo places, in which they are stifled and blood-poisoned, and almost compelled to wash away tho consequences by tho uso of stimulants.

The capital proposed te bo raised bus been fixe! at £6000 only, with the object ot faking up on mortgngo such furlher sum as may be required at tho moderato interest at which money can generally bo bad here on first-elnss securities.

A proposal will be made at tho first mooting of tho share- holders te limit the division of piofits among the share- holders to live per cent., and to apply tho surplus ia extend- ing tho benefits of tho institution.

Should you consout te take pit in this work you aro requested to sign tho accompanying form, aud return it to tho Broker (Mr. J. Mullens), 31, Hunter-street, with your cheque for a deposit of 6s per share. If the Company is formed the balance of subscription will bo called by tho Board, to bo elected by the Shareholders, in such instal- ments nstlipjirogress of the undoi'laVing mny loiuiro. If tho Company be not foi mod I ho deposit will be returned, less the charges incurred in endeavouring to start tho enter- prise. These expenses will be very sundi, ns all the profes- sional services are giv en without eunrirc.

_BURTON BRADLEY. Sec, pro tem.

PROSPECTUS OF THE SYDNEY WAREHOUSE

COMPANY, LIMITED.

TO BE REGISTERED UNDER THE COMPANIES'

ACT OF 1874. LIMITING THE LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDEHS TO THE AMOUNT OF .THEIR SHARES.

CAPITAL, £50,000, IN SHARES OF £1 EACH.

2» Gd per share tobo paid on application, 7s Gd on allot- ment, and tbo balunco by .promissory notes, in equal amounts, at tinco and six months from date of allotment.

DIRECTORS TO BE ELECTED FROM

SHAREHOLDERS.

BANKERS :

Tho Austialiun Joint Stock Bank.

. BROKERS:

Messrs. CHAS. BATE and CO., Ï47, Pilt-stieo1. Sydnoy.

The great advantage of co-operation in Trade is now BO genially acknowledged, nnd univvisully appreciated, that it lins been coUbiiLnvd do-irablp to form a Company for the Iuipoit.ilian t'f Drapeiy und Gonural Merchandise, and c'.'iu'yiug on the business of vi itiohouseiiien on the pi iuciplo ot the Feue-btio>t Warehouse Company mid other largo

establishments in Loudon.

The gicat benefit to be derived by paities in trade co opeiatiuï in this movement must be uppnrent fiom the fact that the capital of the Company will enable them to pur- chase poods on tho best tonus, nnd tnko advantage of or- dern o=sion in the market ; nnd by retailors bec-ouiiug share- holders they would not only bo able to buy at tho cheapest rato, but be participators in tho wholes ile profit«, and so enable them to compete most favourably with any others in

the trade.

Country storekeepers would find it especially beneficial in becoming shareholders, as tho Compnny could act ns their agents if required, raid so give tho best assurance that all ordeis or indents entrusted to them would bo executed with the greatest caro and dispatch.

'This oilers a moat iavourublo opportunity for parties in houses of business to inve-t thoir savings, especially as a Ereference will be given to siMcholdors who may desire to

eeome assistants, and evory facility will be afforded them of commencing business on their own account.

To parties with surplus capital, this is a raro chanco for investment, ¡is investors mny reasonably look forward to a quick return and geed dividends.

.Tils following exttaet from the Sydney Morning Herald of February 5, 1874, will show the oxlraordinaty result obtained by a wholosalo co-operntivo store established in Manchostor towards tho end of 1803 :-" It commenced with a capital of £999 only ; mid in tho first half-year of its existence, sold goods lo the oxtont of £5902. lu the half year euding April, 18G5, the sum «f £42,625 was received for goods; nnd in the corresponding period of 1872, the amount hod risen to £407,000, being an increase of over 800 per cent, ovor 1865. This extraordinary result of nino yeais' trading seems almost incrediblo ; but when wo call to mind tho mngnitudo of some of tho Sydnoy warehouses which hayo sprung into oxistonco, and attained such largo proportions in a few years, it is not a matter of so much surprise."

The Company will bo considered formed when a sufficient nuuiber of shares are applied for to enable the Company to commence operations, which will bo determined by a general meeting of Shareholders, to be called for that purpose, and

for tho election of Directors.

If thought desirablo to build promises, a suitable site for extensive operations can now- be obtained in one of the best and most central positions in > Sydney. In such case, temporary premises could be taken in the meantime.

As there are NO PROMOTERS or FREE SHARES, the whole of tbo capital, as shares are sold, will be available for the company, loss cxponses in terming tho same. The brokers, having the fullest confidence in the success of the undei taking, nre content to take thoir brokerage of 5 per cent, in fully paid-up shares of the company.

Applications for shares to bo made to Messrs. CHAS. BATE and CO., Brokers, 147. Pitt-street, Sydney, fiom whom prospectuses may ho obtained,

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES.

To Messrs. Chas. Bate and Co.,

Brokers to the Sydnoy Wurehouse Company (Limited),

147, Pitt-street, Sydney.

Gcntlomen,-I hereby make application for. shares in the Sydney Warehouse Company (Limited), and enclose. for.pounds . shillings and.poneo, being deposit at the rate of 2s Gd por share on the number applied for. And I agree to accept the same, or any' less numbor that may bo allotted to me, and to sign the Deed of Settlement when called upon to do so.

Natue in full. Occupation .

Address.»...... Usual signature .

C1IVIL ' SERVICE BUILDING SOCIETY.

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Shares, £25 each, payable by monthly subscription of 2s Gd

por share.

Entrance fee, Is per share.

BOARD OF MANAGEMENT.

Presidont: Sir Alfred Stephen, C.B., and K.C.M.G.

Directors: John Williams, Esq.; Robert Wisdom, Esq. M.P.; Archibald C. Fraser, Esq. ; Charles A. Goodchap, Esq. ; James Barnet, Esq ; William nattom Wil- kinson, Esq: John Young, Esq.

Office-267, George-street, opposite Hunter-street.

SOLICITOUS :

Spain and Sly, 0 and 8, Exchange.

SURVEYOR:

William Elphinstone, Derwent-strect, Glebe.

THE SOCIETY IS OPEN ON EQUAL TERMS TO

GENERAL PUBLIC. The following advantages are offered

TO INVESTORS.

A sound and profitiUn investment.

Compound interest at G\ per cent, and profits.

TO BORROWERS.

Low rate of interest oharged only on amount actually

owing at end of each year. ..... . t T " '

Advances repayable by monthly instalments extending , over any period 'most convenient to tí»* borrowers ; and . tcrrowers share in profits. JQHN ^^ ^^

UTUAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION

(Limited)." - - - Capital, 610,000.

In 5C0 investing shares of £5 each, and 7500 contributing

shares of £1 each.

The object of tho society is to supply tho best article at tho lovvost prico.

All shareholders participate in the profits. (Seo pros- pectus.) - ,

,Tho co-operative principle hhs boen so successful'all over tho world that tho Directors feel confident hy judicious and economical liinnagoment it can bo extended with advantage in this colony.

Experienced persons have been engaged, and the store will be open in a few days.

Shares may bo obtained on application to

CHARLES L. COWPER.

175, Bell's-chambers, Pitt-stieot.

PUBLIC NOTICES.

mo THE EDITOR OF TUE HERALD.

Sin,-Tho Prophet Isaiah said,-Woo unto them that arc wiso in their own eyes, and prudont in their own sight." Knowing, Mr. Editor, that your columns are always open for all fair criticisms on public men, I wish to mako a lew remarks that if allowed to pass unchallenged, would bo likely to prow into a habit in our municipality which ia

timo would bo difficult to eradicate.

In tho tint instance I wish to state, that our worthy Mayor, according to his own admission, took on himsoff tho responsibility to instruct tho Council Clerk to alter a notico of motion, that was sent or delivered, duly signed, by tho Alderman to the Council Clerk, in such a manner ns to suit himself, and when his authority to do this was ques- tioned, his answor wus, you have your remedy. Certainly wo havo our remoly, which tho people of Ryde hnvo learnt to their cost, hy being compellod to go to the Supremo Couit for redress, which I am thankful to say thoy

obtained.

Now, Mr. Editor, if our municipnl affairs aro to bo tam-

pered with in this manner, there is an end at once to «li e-onlidenco in our chiefs. I for ouo maintain that tho Mayor has no right to investigate notices of motion sont in by any alderman, hut to direct the Council Clerk to tamper with or alter them is, in my opinion, violating tho spirit of tho Aot. and when called to account for so doing, coolly say you havo your remody. Tho Municipality of Ryde, up to tho present time, has bceu worked to the general aitisfsction of thorato paycrs, bul I fear there is rt'clsud in the horizon which tho ratepayers will havo to dispel, before it gathers into a storm, that to thom will prove almost unmanageable.

I hnvo a deal moro to say but for the present will with- hold any furthor romaiks.

I remain, your obedient sorvnnt.

J. TUCKER.

Ryde, March 6,1378._ TO* THE~INHABITANTS OF MACDONALD

TOWN.

I seo a letter signed " Churlos B. Henderson," respecting the platform in George-slreet, uni other things, a great

deal of which is not Irue.

I distinctly state, that I was tho first person who took any trouble to get tho platform, nnd never lost sight of it until it was granted by tho Government. The first stop I took was to get up n petition, Waieh Mr. Honderson wroto for mo, but it was by Mr. Kelly's assistance I obtained 300 signatures ; nil that Mr. Henderson did was to go with me to Newtown for two hours, where we obtainc-d 15 signatures. I believe it was his intention to work with us -in tho first place. I then took the petition to the Council and proposed lhat a doputation be formed to wait on the Minister for Works, and ns Mr. Henel« son was Mayor at tho time, he put it to tho Council, and we waited upon Mr. Lickey, who went out of office before it was granted. I took thi sumo steps again'when Mr. Hoskimj took office, but iu io no mysterious way this letter missed fire ; another letter was written, and Mr. Hoskins met tho deputation, and was in favour of tho platform being erected midway between R-dforu und Newtown. Attain there was a ch inpo in the Ministry, nuil I took the step in tho Council, noa wo formed ii third doputation, and waited on Mr. Combes, who granted tho platform, "uni I wish him every sneoss." And now, in regard lo Mos-rs. Hill and Watkins, instead of writing to tho Minister for Works, they wrote to the Ma vor ; and Mr. Henderson told mo himself that tho'-fools ought to have written to the Minister, and not to bim, and that ho had to roctiiy it. Now, where aro all the great things that Mr. Henderson has done? As for whut ho i-ays about Mr. M'Elhuuo, I heald a gentleman tell Mr. Braid: but whether it is tho

truth or not I cannot sly.

JOSEPH FAWCETT,

Alderman for Macdonald Town.

Flora Cottage, Erskineville Road._ ÎN THÍ~SÜPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION.

IN the matter of the Will (exeuijililied copy) of GEORGE

EBENEZER MAKEPEACE, luteoï No. 16, Roman Road, Islington, in the county of Middlesex, England, Watchmaker, doernscd.

NOTICE is hereby given that, nt the expiration of four- teen days from tho publication of this notice in tho Gov Eit.s-MEVT GAZETTE, application will be made» to this Honorable Court, in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that Letters of Administration (with copy exemplification uf the Will nuiiexeel) of the poods, chattels/credits, and eil eels of the above-named GEORGE EBENEZER MAKEPEACE, deceased, may bo grunted to JAMES BALFOUR, Sub iniiniper of the Oriental Bank Corporation of Sydney, in the colony of Now South Wales, onoof tho lav.-iulI v'con- stituted Attorneys of MARCUS MARTIN, of No. 2, Now Square, Lincoln's Inn, in tho county of Middlc-ex, Enpland, Birristcr-nt-Law, Eseiuire, and JOHN RANDS, of No. 50, Old Broad-street, iu the city of London, England, Mci chant, the Executors namod in and appointed by tho said Will of the said Goorpo Ebenezer Makepeace', deceased.

Dated this sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord One thousand oipht hundred and seventy-eight.

WANT, JOHNSON, and WANT, Proctors for the said Jomes Balfour, Spriug-street. Sydney._ I" N THE~SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

ECCLESIASTICAL JUIHSDIOTION.

In the Will of THOMAS KITE, late of Kelso, in the

colony of Now South Wales, Esq., deceased.

PURSUANT to " tho Trust Property Act of 1SG2," Notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any debt or claim upon, or affecting the estate of tho above named Thomas Kite, dee-eased, who died on or about tho 13th day of September, 187G, are hereby re- quired to send in particulars of their claims to RICHARD YOUNG COUSINS, of Kelso, in the said colony; or WILLIAM KITE, of Dockairno, near Bathurst, 'hi the said colony, tho duly appointed Executors of the Will of the abovo named deceased, on or before the 30th day of March next, after which dato the said Executors will proceed to distribute the nssots of tho said deceased amonp tho persons entitled thereto, having regard to the debts and claims only of which thoy shall then havo lind notico; and the siid Executorswill not bo liable for tho assets so distributed

to any person or persons of whose dobts or claims they shall not have had notico at the time of such distribution.

Dated this 25th day of February, 1878.

M'INTOSH, PINNOCK, and PRICE, Proctors for the said Executors, Bathurst. _

NOTICE is hoieby given that by an Indenture of

Assignment bearing dnln tho fifth day of March, in the vcar one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight, made between FREDERICK HESLOP, of Queanbeyan, in the colony of New South Wales, Tanner, of the first part; WILLIAM ALEXANDER BEATTY, of Queanbeyan aforesaid, Butcher, trustee, of the second part; and tho several persons creditors of the said Frederick Heslop, who, so far as ho could set forth the same, aro named in tho schedule to the said indentureof the third p irt : All the- real and personal property of every description of which tho said Frederick Heslop was seised, possessed of, orentitlod to, vvore^ convey ed and assigned unto the said trustee, his executors, administrators, nnd assigns, in trust for tho benefit of all the creditors of the said Frederick Heslop. And notico is hereby further given lhat tho said indenture was duly executed by the said Frederick Heslop and tho said trustée, and duly attested as by law is required, and tho same indenture is now lying in tho office of THOMAS MARSHALL, Solicitor, No. 177, Pitt-street, Sydney, in the colony aforesaid, for inspection and execution.

Dated this fifth day of March, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and seventv-oight.

FREDERICK HESLOP. W. A. BEATTY'.

Signed by the said Frederick Heslop and William-Alex- ander Beatty, in the presonee of AXDUEW MOUTON, J.P.

NOTICE is hereby given, that by Indenture of

Assignment of even date herewith made between ARCHIBALD JOSEPH JEFFRIES, of Bathurst, ia the colony of Now South Wales, Saddler, of the first part ; and CHARLES WILLIAM LUKEY, of Sydney, in the colony of New* South Wales, Importer, trustee for the pur- poses thereinafter mentioned, of the second part ; and tho several nersons and bodies corporate, creditors of tho said Archibald Joseph Jeffries, whoso nuiues uro moutiöned in tho first schedule thereunder written, or thereunto annexed, and all other tho eroditois of the said Archibald Joseph Jeffries of the third part :-all the estate, properly, assets, and effects of evory description yyhatsoever and wheresoever of the said Archibald Joseph Jeffries, have been assigned unto the said trustee, his heirs, exooutors, administrate! s, and, as8ipns, for tho benefit of all the creditors of the said Archibald Joseph Jeffries : And that the said deed, duly executed and attested, as by law required, is now lying a't the office of ROBERT W. CONWAY. Public Acoountant, 303. George-street, Sydney-, for inspection and signature.

Dated at Bathurst, this -Sth day of February, A.D, 1878.

(Signed) ARCHIBALD J. JEFFRIES

V CHARLES WILLIAM LUKEY.

Witness to the signatures of the said Archibald J. Jertfries and Charles William Lukey-BENJAMIN LEE, J.P., P.M._ B~ÜRRANGONG TURF CLUB RACES, 14th and

16th March, 1878.

Owners of Racehorses will take notice that Horses nnd their attendants will bo allowed to travel by rail at a singlo faro for the double journey, on production of a certificate from the Secretary of tho Burrangong Tuif Club that the hoi se is engaged to run at the abovo nieetinp.

The Commissioner for Railways has granted the further concession of Return Tickets at a Single Faro, to all parties visit!ng tho Burrangong Turf Club Rucos on 14th and 15th

. instant.

I J. B. SALMON, Secretary,

yiunjr, 25th February, 1878,.

MR. THOMAS GARRETT'S VISIT TO

ENGLAND.-It having been aiTnngedTit tCprP liminary meeting at Eckford'» Hotel on tho 18th instant, te raiso n FUND, sulliciont to bear the expenses of Mr. T. Garrett while necessarily absent from the colony, tho Executive Committeo invito SUBSCRIPTIONS "to the fund to be forwarded to oitlior of tho undorsigned, nt Eokford's Hotel, Wynyard-squnro.

S. W. GRAY. M.P. 1 Joint Hon. W.HEZLETT.J.P. | Tieasurei». W. PRITCHARD, 1 Joint Hon.

_W. H. HICKS, _ f Secretaries.

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.-A BRANCH

of this Bank is now open at CAMPBELLTOWN, for the transaction of a usual b inking business.

SHEPHERD SMITH,

Gencial Manager.

t Sydney, 2Sth February, 1877.__^_ X» "fl C\f\ 'REWARD.-WIIERËÀS Photographic 3iiX\J'\J Copios of NOTES of several of the BAN ICS in this colony havo recently been uttered, it is hereby notified thnt n lowurd of £100 will bo paid for such information as will lead to the conviction of any person or persons for forging such notes. Also, thatnrownidof £50 will ho paid for information which may lead to tho convic- tion of any porson for fraudulently uttering such forgod notes. Inlornintion to the Inspector-Oonornl of Police, by whom the rewnrd will bo paid on behalf of the Banks.

S}dnoy, Gth December, 1S77.

~A*"U~S T*R ALIAN JOCKEY OTT, _.

? Tho Soarotary will bo obliged by mombers forwnrding thoir Subscriptions at once, iu order to avoid confusion on" the days immediately pr. ceding tho races.

T. S. CLIBBORN, Secretary,

_172, Castlercagh-street.

S~P"*_ C I A L N~0~*T~~f~C~Ë~"~"".

'The Undersigned having been appointed MANAGER of the undei mentioned Comp inies, the business of the samo will in futuro be carried on at No. 177, PITT-STREET,

SYDNEY»

KROHMAN'S GOLD MINING COMPANY (Limited) CARROLL and BEARD'S GOLD MINING COM,

PAN Y (Limited)

BEYERS and HOLTERMAN'S GOLD MINING

COMPANY (Limited)

STAR OF PEACE GOLD MINLNG COMPANY

(Limited)

RAPP'S'GOLD MININO COMPANY (Limited)

CROWN PRINCE UNITED GOLD MINING COM-

PANY (Limited)

MCTORrA GOLD MINING COMPANY (Limiloi)

RED HEAD COAL MINING COMPANY (Limited)

AORTH BULLI COAL and ,IRON MINING COM-

PANY (Limited). l

GEORGE HARDIE, Manager.

Svdnoy, March Ist.JSTS^_ SPECIAL NOTICE. - Cohen mid Mornn's Rcy.il

Express Mail COACHES, from Goulburn mid Gunning to Cooina via Queanbeyan. Booking Ollico, pns scngois and parcels, 475, George-street, Sydney._ ENGLISH AGENCY.-The undersigned, established

in Loudon upwards of twenty yeais, confine thein sclvos exclusively to a General Co'mi'nission Business, nre well acquainted with Australian requirements, nud possess special facilities for purchasing goods to the best ndvnntaee in the English mnikets.

Indents should be accompanied by cash remittances, or bank letters of credit, to insure "full trade discounts. Account sales of produce under consignment rendered piomptly, and net proceeds invested to Older, every atten- tion beiug devoted to the eligible shipment nnd insurance of all goods passing through their hands.

B. S. LLOYD and CO., 3, George Yard, Lombard-street,

London.

References-Messrs. G. A. Lloyd and Co.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.-Wo beg toliotifylhñt wo

nre removing to our new nnd spicions Scores and Others situated immediately iu tho rear of our late address, nnd fronting on west side of VVynvnrtl-squnre.

. BARRON, MOXHAM, and CO.,

Shipping nnd Importing Comntis'-ion Mci chants.

ÔYlCË OF REMOVAL.-A. and R. AMOS,

Railway Confractei 3, from 5, Exchange, to 5 und G, liiliiiore-chiimoers (over the Mercantile Bauk), 21",

Georgc-stieet.

"¥> "E~M OVAL : NOTICE.

PELLATTuud CO.,

FALCOM GLASS WORKS, LONDON,

respectfully inform their friends and the public that they

hilve removed to their

NEW SHOW ROOMS and OFFICES,

17, ST. BRIDE-STREET, LUDGATE CIRCUS, whore may bo seen wimples of eveiy description of

TABLE GLASS for household use, regimental messes,

hotels, confectioners, ships' cabins, &c. ; also v CHANDELIERS for sas. keroseao, or randles

CHINA und STONEVVARE, for breakfast, dinner,

desseit, and tea icrvice

CHEMICAL GLASSWARE.Stcam Gauges, Vlnls, &e.

ELECTROPLATE, LINEN, CLOCKS, LAMPS, and

all mess and hotel requisites.

**r All orileis must be accompanied by a remittance oi London reference, mid addressed to tho otlices, 17, St. Bride-street. Ludgate Circus, London.

PELLATT nud CO., Glass Manufactm ors.

TDEMOVAL.-Dr. W. EDWARD WARREN ft um 20, JL_ College-street, to 281, Eliinbeth-streot. llvdo Park. -IVrOTICE.-A largo number of CHINESE OIL J_^ PAINTINGS an ¡ved bv Torres Stinits mud steamvi Bovvon, will bo on view SATURDAY, 9th Murch, at No. IG, George-street Markets.

Agents-SUE HING LONG and CO .

_181, George-street; 10, Markets.

DR. GEORGE ON LEE, 34. College-street,

Sydney, will leave town 11th Murch, ut 6 p.m, and return lu'th, nud seo patients as usual.

THE UNDERSIGNED will not be responsible for

any DEBT or DEBTS contracted by his WIFE, ANNIE CARMICHAEL, nee Foster, she having left her home without any cause or provocation.

(Signed) JOHN CARMICHAEL.

No. 2, off Wentworth-lane, Sussex-street._ TÍLTÓTICE.-The undersigned his npiiointed Mr. JLN EDWARD RAMSAY, Bank-chambers, 412,

George and King streets, as his duly authorised Agent.

4th March, 1S78. >_R. WYNNE.

ANTED knovvu, that the Anvil Creek miners,

Hunter River district, nre still on strike, resist ingn reduction of 1B 3d per ton.

_JOHN DIXON, Miners'Secrotary. _ TOOYAL ALFRED AUSTRALIAN VOLUNTEER JL_ FIRE COMPANY" No. 1.-A. TORNING, Treasurer, begs leave to aoknovvledgo with thanks a special donation ¿f five guineas from tho Austrilian Mutual Fire Insurance Socioty, towards liquidating the deficit shown in li,st ycat's accounts. This in addition to annual subscription of five guineas. _

XN~THE~ESTATE OF THE LATE Mr. SAUL

LYONS.-NOTICE.-Any per«on having CLAIMS on tho above Estate are requosted nt oneo to send fnll paitieulars to the Executors, caro of SAUL SAMUEL, Esq., 3, Spring-street._

~ OTICE OF REMOVAL-STEPHEN GLASSON, _late of 484, Pitt-street, Coachbuilder and Wheel- wright, has removed to his new premises, Hairis-street, off George-street South, near the railway bridge._ T" HE CHUSAN TEA COMPANY will open in a

few days.

w T

HE CHUSAN TEA COMPANY will open in a

few days._ ADVANCES marte on Wool, Motáis, and other coloni a

produco, for Sale hore, in London, or elsevvhero Credits granted, for pinchase of goods, and indents executed on tho most favourable terms, through our London house, Messrs. John B. Watt and Co., 6, East India Avenue,

Loadenhall-street.

GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO.

Lloyd's Agency._ |7< A U T ,1 .O N.

JAMES HENNESSY nnd CO.'S COGNAC.

It having como to the knowledge of Messrs. JAMES HENNESSY nnd CO. that Biandies are boing sold in Sydney with labels counterfeiting the trade mat k registere, by them, we hereby, on thoir behalf, give notice that all persons forging or Counterfeiting their trade mark, or apply- ing the same to any article tor sale, or committing any other offence with respect thereto, contrary to the provisions of the Trade Mniki Act, 18G5, vviUybo proceeded against with the utmost rigour of the law.

SLADE and SMITH, Solicitors, Bridgo-street-chainbers, Sydney. _____ HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN"

STOCK AND STATION AGENTS

and

CATTLE SALESMEN

WOOL STORES-Circular Quoy.

SALE YARDS-Homebush and Sydney.

OFFICES-Bell's-chambors, Pitt-streot, Sydnoy.

LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all Produco or Stock consigned te us. _

H

ILL END AND TAMBAROORA.

Mr. W. G. COLLINGS,

Mining Agent, Manager, and Broker.

Reports and surveys carefully mode, and inquirict

answered.'

15 " _"" " Ä" Ñ JJ c b.

WOOL BROKERS,

LIVE STOCK and STATION AGENTS,

SHEEP and CATTLE SALESMEN.

Liberal ADVANCES on "Wool, Sheepskins, Tallow, Hides, Leather, Tin, Copper, and any other colonial Produco consigned to thom for solo in Sydney, or for shipment te their London agents.

Wool Warehouses,

Circular Quay, Sydney._ OOL, TALLOW, TIN, HIDES.-The under-

signed aro prepaied to make liberal advances on all COLONIAL PRODUCE entrusted to them for SALE In the colony, or SHIPMENT to their London Agents.

- HENRY BEIT and CO.,

~ "" 62, Margaret-street.

THE UNDERSIGNED will mako liberal "j-^"" '

PRODUCE consigned to thoir friend» in London "ni, whoso porsonnl supervision all sales aro effected I _ MASON, BROTHERS

THE UNDERSIGNElTwill malro liberal ail""""^""""'

LondoSse.OT ^ P*°DUCE Ä W

__YOUNG and LARK

TIN> ANTIMONY, NICKEL, &c.^Tht71uldlr^b

«rebuyers of the above, and aro nh-TÄto mnkohbemladvances upon consignments to their London

HENRY BEIT-and CO.,

_G2, Margaret-street.

WOOL AND OTHER PRODUCE.-Libcml cash

advances made by the undersigned on wool and other proel uco placed in their hands for sale in the colonies fors npmont to Messrs. Dalgety, Du Croz, and Co., their London finn. Advances mndo on stations and stock St«

tion store» supplied. ' m*

DALGETY, BLACKWOOD, and CO.

-- - , -"--'-?-.--j ->ura._iviYUU_, »na cn

Offices: ExcWo-buildings, Pitt-street (next Messrs.

W. Laidlov and Co.'s), Sydnov.

?\\T"" ¡r~~ 5-_-;

The undersigned efTects tho SALE of wool in thi, market by private contract, and is prepared, if a satisfactory unce cannot bo oblauied, to ship under liberal advances ta his London Agent (Mr. Edward Stavenhape-n), under wW persona supervision, with that of Mr. Rudolph Kum« ore?

all consignments aro realised. ««.rcr,

HENRY AUSTIN, 35, Hitnter-streot

STOCK SHARES AiMP MO^EY".

THE UNITED BANKING COMPANY

cofuor of

KING and YORK STREETS.

MONEY udvanccd on moderate rato uf iuteroat in tumi of £5 and iipwonls. repayable by easy instalments 'on

PERSONAL SECURITY

BILL OF SALE, on FURNITURE. WITHOUT

POSSESSION unuul

DEEDS OK FREEHOLD or LEASEHOLD PRO. BONDED CERTIFICATES, MERCHANDISE

STOCKS, SHARES,' REVERSIONARY INTEREST

Arc , &c. '

BILIS DISCOUNTED DAILY.

NO INQUIRY OR VALUATION FEES.

(-¿TAN DARD LOAN. DISCOUNT, AND Multi" O GAUE COMPANY.

Hoad Omeo-100, PHILLIP-STREET, ICO

(4 doors from King-street).

MONEY ADVANCE» upon PERSONAL and other

security.

TABLE OF INSTALMENTS TAKEN.

Loan. Weekly. Monthly.

?£ & ». d. £ ». ¿ 10 0 G 0 2 0 0 15 0 7 G 2 10 0 20 0 10 G 3 10 0 25 0 12 G 4 3 4 30 10 0 5 G S 50 15 0 G 13 4 Any larger SUM eau bo arranged for.

Advances promptly made. Letters of application attondci

to with dispatch.

REBATE allowed 'by this Company on loan paid ia

bofoio tho time arranged for has expired.

1G0, PIIILLU'-STREET, 160 _(-1 doors from Kinp-stroet).

TT ONDON LOAN~AND DISCOUNT BANK JU 125, ELIZABETH-STREET SOUTH,

next St. James's School.

First established in Sydney. ¡

MONEY' advance»! in sums f rom £5 to £1000, oa two responsible securities. Arrangements can be made for WEEKLY, MONTHLY, or QUARTERLY paviuonü.

BILLS OF SALE ou Furniture, without possession.

Advances made upon mortgage, deposit of deeds, mer- chandise, bonded certificates, trade bills, &c.

Forms may be had gratis.

ONEY, MONEY! MONEY, MONEY

ON EASY TERMS.

MUTUAL LOAN and DISCOUNT OFFICE,

42, HUNTER-STREET,

OPPOSITE THE UNION BANK.

Money in sums of £5 to £5000, to malo or female, in town or country, on noto of liana, stock-in-trade, crops, farm stock, or to assist persons to tako a business. Loan« to any nmount on furniture, without removal, law costs, or publicity; also on the deposit of deeds, bonis, shines, reversions, &c. Mortpapes to any mount on freehold and leasehold property. Bills discounted. Interest from 5 PER

CENT. I

N.B.-This being a genuine ofiico for all mercantile monetary transactions, borrowers will do well to apply and consul! the- Manager, 42, Hunter-street.

-?TNION LOAN AND "DISCOUNT COluPANyj

OFFICES': 791, GEORGE-STREET (first floor),

eight doors from Christ Church.

Hours-9 to 5, and 7 to 9 every evening.

MONEY ADVANCED upon PERSOSAL and other security. Repiyable by instalments as follows :

£10 by weokly'instalments of £0 6 0

15 " 0 7 6 20 " " 0 10 6

25 " " 0 12 7 - ?'.0 " " 10 0 50 " " 15 0 And in due proportion up to £100.

¡SPECIAL NOTICE.

To Borrowers not able to transact business during the day, these office« will bo open from 7 to 9 p.m.

791, GEORGE-STREET, first floor,

(S doors from Christ Church).

A PRIVATE GENTLEMAN, having £10,000 capital

at his disposal, is prepared to ASSIST those requir-

ing a temporary accommodation.

He wishes to introduce a NEW SYSTEM of EASY repayments, charging a more moderato rate than that asked at the present tiuio in Sydney, sons to come within the reach of those borrowing.'

The ADVERTISER does not ask for a BILL OP SALE, but will advance upon ANY REASONABLE SECURITY offered, wishing to meet the borrower ia

EVERY WAY.

The utmost confidence can he relied on; and all applica- tions for money must ha accompanied with REAL NAME and ADDRESS, otherwise they cannot be attended to.

Address Tompus, Box 410, Geusrnl Post Office._ A~ "ÜSTRALÏAN ~MÜTljTLnpRÓVIDENT SO-

CIETY.-MONEY is ADVANCBD upon MORT- GAGE of oligiblo Property, ropayablo at the end of a fixed term, or hy monthly, quarterly or half-yearly instalments, including priueipal and interest. .*

A. J. RALSTON, Secretary.

9S, Pitt-street.__ ADVANCES made on Mortgage, Deposit of Deeds, ro-

nny tangible securities, in any sums, on favourablo terms. Application personally or by letter.

ALEX. COOPER, Auctioneer, 10S, Elizabeth-street. _ MONEY advanced in small sums, on household furni-

ture, A.-C, without removal; also, on approved security, repayable to suit borrowers. Central Loan Office, 191, Castle! cj'gh-st., 2 doors from King-st. Ofiico hours, 9 tilljrk_

["ONEY- to LEND, on city or suburban property. L B.H.IIYMAN, Solioitor/St, King-st., Bank-court.

ONEY to ho LENT, m sums from £100 to £5000,on

mortgage of city or country property, at current rato of interest. W. W. BILLYARD, 32, Hunter-street, *Sydnoy,____

EVERSIONARY INTERESTS under wills and

settlements, annuities, life estates, purchased of advanced upon. BILLS OF SALE at 20 per cent, pet annum : redomptionB pormitteduponadvaatageous terms; TRADE BILLS discoimted at moderate! rates. As this advertisement is bona-filo, being in no way connected vn'to anv loan office, tho public can aeldress in confidence te Delta, Box 41, General Post Office._

?£5'

i S* TO £1000 to LEND on Furniture (without pos _UM session) Houses furnished on the Time Paym»-t System. Interest low, no fees, and the strictest secrew observed. Applications through post must bo accompanied by stamps for reply. H. C. ROBERTS. 84, King-street, AUSTRALIAN BUILDING SOCIETY

Waterloo-chambers, 470, George-street,

near Market-street.

DEPOSITS received to any extent, on which 7 par cent. is allowed for fixed deposits, and 6 per cent, on deposits that

may be withdraw n at any timo.

Advances made to members, repayable at the rate of 4s ia a week for each £100 borrowed.

8 per cent, interest allowed to investing memoer», together with a share in tho profits. __,",,.

JAMES P. GAR VAN, Manager^ rHY NOT WHEN*YOU CAN.-Many porsons

aro, strango to say, content to obtain a low return for the investment of their monoy when much higher rates ai e to bo pi ocui ed. If you ask them why ? tho answer is ßecauso Iget first-class security. _-....__-.

It ¡sa fact that the "EQUITABLE" PERMANENT B. BUILDING SOCIETY" is nut simply giving tho very highent current rates of interest, but nlso combining there with tho most unimpeachable security. Sums horn ZUs

up to

* £20,000 , .

are received daily at 2S4, Pitt-street, where all possiblo in- forma (ion can bo obtained. _

_THOMAS MILLER, Manager^ TÍM-0. 4 STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY,

SHARES: £50 Enfranco Fee, and Subscription per .share,

1 a each.

The Directors aro anxious to lend a sum of £209 for a term of say 10 veais, FREE OF INTEREST (a positive fact), tho borrower to bo selected at a ballot meeting of nil who hold shares, on MONDAY nest, 11th instant at 9 o'clock p.m. ...

As the Share List is still open, tho general publia ai« invited to join and participate in many of tho advantages,

only to bo secured from this society. ... t

Tho oltico is open daily from 10 to 5, and Mondays also from 7 to 9 p.m. ^ mu^B¡ Se_c(8ty.

284, Pitt-stree4

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