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Shipping._ _

MON-STEÏST"SHIP COMPANY OP NEW

ZEALAND, Limited.

SAN FRANCISCO ROYAL MAIL SERVICE.

OVERLAND BOOTE TO ENGLAND, VIA SAN FEANCISCO

AND NEW TORR, CALLING AT AUCKLAND AND HONOLULU.

Avoiding alike tho beat of the Rod Sea and cold of Cape Horn.

Under Contract -with tlio Postmasters-General of New South Wales and New Zealand, the steamers of this line aro appointed to leave Sydney and Auckland for Honolulu and San Francisco EVERY FOUR WEEKS, sailing as under :

Steamer.

Tons. Commander. Leave Sydney, ft^^taoo.

Arrive at San

Mariposa ,

J*.

SOOO Hayward ... AUB;. 8 .. Sept. 2

Zeaumdl» _.l 3000 )Van OtcrendorplSept. 5 .. ¡Sept. 30. ~Eaeh"iteamer carries a dnlv qualified surgeon.

These steamers aie fitted with electric light, and with a rafri gerating chamber for ship's provisions, ensuring a plentiful »apply of ice throughout the voyage.

Passengers arc booked to San Francisco orthrough to European destinations, and hare at San Francisco choice of the unrivalled Atlantic Steamship Lines of the Canard, Inman, White Star, and .(lier Companies.

AU first-class passengers are allowed 3.101b. of baggage to San Francisco, and 2601b. " Overland," free of charge.

THROUGH FARE TO LIVERPOOL.

FIRST-CLASS.£63 to £06.

Time cards, railway maps, and guido-books, showing all routes to any point in the United States, may be had on application.

For rates of passage and freight, and all other information, »pply to

FREDK. W. JACKSON, Manager,

_Margaret-street.

~M. S. MARIPOSA,

> from

SAN FRANCISCO, HONOLULU, and AUCKLAND.

CONSIGNEES are requested to PASS ENTRIES at once for A S. N. Wharf, Circular Quay.

The ship will not be responsible for any loss of or damage to cargo after the same shall have been landed, and any cargo im- peding the discharge will be entered, landed, and stored at con- signees' risk and expense.

BILLS of LADING must be produced, freight paid, and delivery orders obtained from the undersigned before any cargo

can leave the wharf.

_UNION S. S. COMTANY, Agents.

TTNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW *J ZEALAND, Limited.

REGULAR COMMUNICATION TO ALL NEW ZEALAND

PORTS.

FROM SYDNEY:

WA1RARAPA, 1786 tons, FRIDAY, August S. at 1 p.m.,

for Auckland. Gisborne, Napier, Wellington. Lyttolton, Port Chalmers, Bluff, and Melbourne. Passengers and cargo for Russell are transhipped at Auckland.

WAIHORA, 2003 tans, about SATURDAY, August 4, for Wel-

lington, Lyttelton, and Dunedin.

TE ANAU, 1652 tens, THURSDAY, August 16, via Auckland.

FROM MELBOURNE:

ROTOMAHANA, 1727 tons, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, July 31, at

1 p.m., via Hobart and Bluff.

Tourists' Handbooks and Pocket Guides, for information and guidance of passenger;, may be had on application at Company's Offices, New Zealand Wharf. Margaret and Sussex streets.

_FREDK. W. JACKSON, Managor._ COMPAGNIE DES MESSAGERIES MARITIMES.

DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATION FROM

8YDNET to MARSEILLES, \ia MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE,

KING GEORGE'S SOUND, and SUEZ CANAL.

BOOKING PASSENGERS THROUGH to LONDON, OVER-

LAND, via MARSEILLES.

Steamers under postal contract with the Government of France.

The service is carried on by powerful steamers of 400(1 tons and 8000 effective h.p., built expressly for tho Australian and New Caledonian line, -rehlch will be despatched as follows :

Steamer. | Commander. P~TV£?"X «^ îp!m.

Noon.

OCEANIEN ..Didier.August 4 ... August 8.

CALEDONIEN .H. De Maubeuge August 25 .. August 28.

SYDNEY ...IPellegrins ...'September 25 ..'September 28.

And thenceforth on the 25th of each month.

Rates of passage money to Marseilles from £20 to £C5, includ- ing table wines and Suer Canal duei on passengers.

RETURN TICKETS issued at tho following rates :-_

1st Class.

£105 £115

2nd Class,

£G4 £68

3rd Class.

£34 £36

c

N.B.-Passengers' luggage conveyed free of cost from Mar

niiles to London.

For freight, pasingc, and further particulars, apply at the Com- pany's Office, 15, Macquane-place,

_A. CON1X, Principal Agent.

|HIXA NAVIGATION- COMPANY, Limited.

STEAM TO HONGKONG DmECT.

8.S. TAIYUAN

will be despatched SATURDAY, 11th AUGUST.

To be followed by

S.S. TSINAN,

calling at Mpreton Bay, Townsville, Cooktown, THURSDAY

ISLAND, and PORT DARWIN,

sailing

SATURDAY, 18th AUGUST.

. The SALOON is AMIDSHIPS, and the Staterooms, CONTAIN- ING TWO BERTHS only, arc unusually largo and well

vrntuatcd.

8ECOND CABIN accommodation is in the poop. An EXPERIENCED SURGEON is carried.

The steamer is fitted with a HASLEM'S PATENT RE- FRIGERATOR, ensuring a Bupply of FRESH PROVISIONS and ICE throughout the voyage, an advantage offered by no other ?teamers running to Hongkong.

THROUGH TICKETS issued to nil China ports, Japan, America, Liverpool, London, and the Continent.

LORIMER, ROME, and CO., Agents,

D34,0'ConncU-strcet.

E L A G Ö Ä" B A Y.

The Shortest and Cheapest Route for Gooda and Passengers from the Coast to tho TRANSVAAL GOLDFIELDS is vin Delagoa Bay.

The Lourcnço Marques and Transvaal Railway is now open for vrafflc, and connect» with the road« to Barberton, Pretoria (for Johannesburg and Witwaters rand), and Eeratelmg (for Roten- burg and Zoutpansberg). Arrangements are being made for throagh communication to all Transvaal centre*. Frequent and regalar communication by the Union and Castle lines of steamers between all South African ports and Delagoa Bay. There are plenty of waggons for the transport of goods from Moven! (the terminas), and passenger coaohes also run between that point and

Barberton. ,

«ÏÏK,.L.°,,,?KENC0 MARQUES and TRANSVAAL RAILWAY .50MFANY.28, St. Switliin's-lano. London, B.C.

Agents at Dm bun (S i'«l), Mess»». A. FINDLAY and. CO.

o

BEENT LINE of BOYAL MAIL STEAMERS.

~ThcfollowingRoyalMaIl Steamships belonging to the ORIENT «nd PACIFIC COMPANIES wilUeavo Sydney at 1 p.m. on tho undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LONDON, via Mel- bourne, Adelaide, Albany, and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples

and Gibraltar:-____.

OHM OZ ...I 0110 tons I A. Charlton ...I July 31

CUZCO.3845 " J. H. F. Nixon August 14 GARONNE ".3870 " W. E. White .J August 28

LUSITANIA ...I 3825 " I_- I September 11

And fortnightly thereafter.

SALOON PASSENGERS allowed to break tholr Journey. ENTIRE CABINS reserved on most liberal terms.

PASSAGE MONEY-Saloon, £55, £03, and £7»

Second, £30 and £37

Third and Steerage, £16.

EXCURSION RETURN TICKETS AT REDUCED RATE"?.

REDUCTION OF THIRD-CLASS AND STEERAGE FARES FROM LONDON.-Facilities are now afforded for bringing out friends and relatives by the prepayment of passago Money here at the following reduced rates:

Open berths. 16 guineas caeh adult Four-berth cabin ", ." l8 guineas each adult Two-berth cabin. 20 guineas each adult

NOTICE TO PASSENGERS PER R.M.S. ORMTJZ.-This steamer will sail from the Company's Wharf, Circular Quay, at 1 p.m. sharp TO-DAY, 31st inBtant. Passengers are requested to

be on board not later than 12 noon.

MANAGERS : F. GREEN and CO., and ANDERSON, ANDER- SON, ana CO., FenchUTch-avonue, London, B.C.

Full particulars on application to

G. S. YUILL,

General Managerin Australia.

80, Pitt-street.__

IRECT SERVICE TO ENGLAND.

D

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

The Companv's Royal Mail Steamships (under contract with tho Imperial. New South Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments) will be despatched from their Wharf, Circular Quay, as under, for LONDON, calling at Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, Aden, BrindiBi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Ply- mouth j-_

Leave I Leave [ Leave Commander. I Sydnoy I Mel- I Ado

noon, bourne, laide.

Arcadia ... 6000 W. B. Andrews Aug. 0 Aug. 10 Aug. 13 . Massllia " 4018 8. D. Shallard... Aug. 20Ang. 24 Aug. 27 Oceana ... 6600 G. N. Hector ... Sept. S Sept. 7 Sept. 10 Carthage ...I 5013 IE. O. Stead ...ISept , 17|Sept. 21'Sept. 24

and thenceforth every alternate week.

The steamer marked * does not touch at Colombo. RESERVED CABINS ON MODERATE TERMS.

SALOON PASSENGERS MAY BREAK THE JOURNEY.

The arrangements for SECOND SALOON PASSENGERS having been thoroughly reorganised, the accommodation now offered is unsurpassed.

Passage-money can bo poid here for passages from England,

Liberal concessions made to families.

Passengers, cargo, and parcels are booked through to India, China, and Japan.

For all information apply at the Company's Offices, 247,

George-street.

_J. WEIR, Agent.

M. S. Ä" S C Ä 33 I A.

R.

ENGLAND BY P. AND O. ROYAL MAIL STEAMER

ARCADIA.

The Company's fine steamer Arcadia, 6600 tons, will leave Sydney on MONDAY, 6th August, 1888, for Plymouth and London, via Brindisi, Colombo, Malta, and Gibraltar. She is fitted with all tho latest improvements, and has unsurpassed accommodation for First and Second Saloon Passengers.

FARES FROM £30 TO £70.

RETURN TICKETS, £54 TO £115.

Apply as above._

EBDHÜI SCHER . LLOYD.

IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL.

Passengers aro earned according to tho requirements of the English Passenger Acts of 1855 and 1863.

MONTHLY LINE OF DIRECT STEAMERS

from

SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE,

toSOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP, and BREMEN, via

COLOMBO, Aden, Suez., and Genoa,

taking passengers for London,

connecting from PORT SAID bv DIRECT MAIL and

PASSENGER UNE to BRINDISI.

_will be despatched as follows (if practicable^ :- _

Leave

Sydney,! Leave

noon. Melbourne. Semaphore.

Adelaide,

Salier.C. Thalcnhorst Aug. 15 August l8 August 20 Hohenxollem A. Meier ...Sept. 12 Sept. 15 Sept. 17 Hohenstanfen'F. Kessler ...IQcU 12'Oct. M'Oct. 17

And thereafter every tour weeks.

Passago from Sydney to Southampton and Antwerp, £14 to £65;

to Bremen, £14 to £67 10s.

Special Return Tickets to Europe.

Reduced Passage Rates to Colombo, China, and Japan.

Through Tickets in tho First and Second Classes at reduced rates to the principal cities of Germany, via Brindisi or Genoa.

Passengers and cargo booked through to New York, via

Southampton. '

Passages from United Kingdom and Europe can be paid here.

For FREIGHT, PASSAGE, and all further particulars apply

to

FINCKandBETZ, Limited, Agents,

_6.0'Connell-Btrcet.

ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO.

T1

THIS COMPANY offers to intending passengers and shippers the quickest and most comfortable means of reaching Melbourne,

Adelaide, and Port Pirie.

THE EXPRESS STEAMERS

of this Company leavo Sydney every SATURDAY :

From the Company's Wharf, Linw-strcet, off Erskine-street. S.S. ADELAIDE». I SATURDAY, August 4 ... 1 at 1 p.m. S.S. VICTORIAN I SATURDAY, August 11 ".| all p.m.

PORT PIRIE DIRECT SERVICE.

S.S. FRANKLIN, for Cargo only, TUESDAY, August 7, at noon.

At greatly reduced rates.

The above steamers have splendid saloon accommodation, and makothe PASSAGE to MELBOURNE in 12 HOURS less than any OTHER STEAMERS on tho coast, and deliver cargo at Port Adelaldo in 48 hours' less timo than any other steamer running to

South Australia.

Passengers can be booked at the wharf.

SYDNEY TO WESTERN AND NORTHERN AUSTRALIA,

Albany, Vasse, Bunbury, Frcmantlo (Perth). Derby. &c-Per S.S. ADELAIDE, sailing hence August 4, transhipping at Mel- bourne to S.S. ALBANY, sailing about August 11.

GOODS FOR SILVERTON AND BROKEN HILL,

QUICKEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE.

See also separate advertisement. For further information apply to

_G. S. YUILL, Agent, 39, Pitt-street.

ELBOÜBNE EXHIBITION.

The express and popular Steamers of the Adelaide Steamship Company, leaving Llmc-street every SATURDAY, offer to in- tending visitors the quickest and most comfortable means of travelling._'__

TJDDART, PARKER,- AND CO.'S LINE.

STEAM TO MELBOURNE.

M

H

BURRUMBEET ... I SATURDAY, August 4 ... I at 12 noi ELINGAMITE ... | SATURDAY, August 11 ... | at 12 no.

The powerful steel Steamship

BURRUMBEET, 4000 tons, GEORGE TAIT, Commander,

leaves nuddart Parker's Wharf, foot of Margaret-street,

on SATURDAY, August 4, at 12 noon,

for MELBOURNE DIRECT.

The BURRUMBEET, one of the LARGEST and FINEST Steamships in the Australian coastal trado, was built under special survey, of extra strength. She is constructed of steel throughout in 8 watertight compartments.

The Saloon is of beautiful design, full width of the ship, and her cabins are large and verv comfortable. The electric light is installed throughout. The Fore-cabin is on main deck. Fore cabin passengers found in food. beds, and rugs, Inspection

Invited.

HUDDART, PARKER, and CO.

Offices and Wharf, foot of Margaret-street._

LBOTJRNE EXHIBITION.

SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES,

By tho S.S. BURRUMBEET, on SATURDAY.

Saloon-Single .£2 5 0

" Beturn . 3 15 0

Fore Cabin. 15 0

Return tickets available for six months.

_HUDDART, PARKER, and CO.

tJTEAM TO SHOALHAVEN AND BROUGHTON C5_CREEK. KromHuddart Parker's Wharf.

MEEINDERRY ... fntuplnT COOMONDERRY ." I at 0p.m. MEEINDERRY ... | at 9p.m.

ME

THURSDAY, August 2 FRIDAY, August 3 . MONDAY, August 13

Taking cargo for all Shoalhaven ports on Mondays and Fridays, and Broughton Creek only on Thursdays.

No cargo received after S p.m. on dav of sailing.

HUDDART, PARKER, and CO.

Pillees and Wharf-Foot of Margaret-street._ XLLAWARRA S. JS. COMPANY.

WOLLONGONG-Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 p.m.:

Friday, 10 a.m. ; Wednesday, Saturday, noon (pass. only). KIAMA-Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, Fridaj, 11 p.m. SHOALHAVEN-Tuesday, Friday, U p.m.

ULLADULLA-Wednesday, noon, cargo, 11 a.m. ; Friday, 10

a.m., cargo 8 a.m.

CLYDE. BATEMAN'S BAY-Friday, 10a.m. MORUYA-Friday, 10 a.m.

MERIMBULA-Wednesday, Saturdav, noon.

TATHRA (for BEGA)-Wednesday, Saturday, noon. EDEN-Wednesday, Saturday, noon, cargo 11 a,ra. BERMAGUI-Wednesday, Saturday, noon.

?XfOTICE ao SHIPPER'S BVT 1. S. N. CO.'S

XX STEAMERS.

Shippers aro respectfully inf ormod that in consequence of great delay to passongors, NO CARGO will borucolvod within ONE hour of sailing._

YflTAGONGA, TILBA TILBA, BODALLA. ÉUKO V V BODALLA, and NERRIGUNDAH.-S.S. UNION, THIS DAY, at 4. All freights payable in Sydney.

GEO. SPEARS, Cowper Wharf.

BRITISH-INDIA LINE OF ROYAL MAIL

STEAMERS to LONDON. """" ,"_ UNDER POSTAL CONTRACT WITO THE QUEENSLAND

GOVERNMENT.

Steamer.

DUKE OF SUTHERLAND TAROBA (new) MERKARA ...

Commander.

Leaves Sydney.

Leaves Brisbane.

By steamer of A. U. S.

J. S.'Cox ... N. Conjoining mail'Aug.7

Morris ... steamer at Brls-,Scpt. 4 James Smith... bane. _Oct. 2

M .EL B O U R N E I Elamang

-SALOON, £53. RETURN. £85.

SECOND SALOON, £30. STEERAGE, £18, whon inducomont

offers.

Travetlersbyttlslinehavothogreatadvantagoof visiting the Queensland ports, and enjoying the picturesque scenery and smooth water passago afforded by thl9 route,, while «io¡monotony of a long sea voyage is relieved by the numerous interesting breaks in the lourney, at Batavia nud elsewhere.

BURNS, PHILP, and CO., Limited,

_ Agents._ -tJSTRALASIAN UNITED (STEAM NAVIGA

TION COMPANY, Limited.

SPECIAL REDUCTION IN PASSENGER RATES AND

FREIGHTS 'IO ALL QUEENSLAND PORTS.

Swift Mail and Passenger Steamers sail as under from Grafton Wharf :-_,

Friday, 5 p.m., Aug. 3 . Tuesday, 5 p.m., Aug. 7 This day, 5 p.m., July 31

To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1 Friday, 5 p.m., Aug. 3

Saturday, 1 p.m:, Aug. 4 Tuesday, 5 p.m., Aug. 7

Wednesday, 5 p.m., Aug. 8 This day, 5 p.m., July 31 Friday. 5 p.m., August 3 Suturday, 1 p.m., Aug. 4

To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1 Wednesday, 5 p.m., Aug. 8 This day, 5 p.m., July 31

To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1 Friday, 5 p.m., Aug. 3

Satuiday, 1 p.m., Aug. 4

Tuesday, fl p.m., August 7 This day, 5 p.m., July 31

This day, 5 p.m., July 31

To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1 Saturday, 1 p.m., Aug. 4 Tuesday, 5 p.m., Aug. 7

Wednesday, 5 p.m.. Ang 8 c-aturday, 1 p.m., Ang. 4 Wharf direct BRISBANE...

Ditto ... Ditto ... Ditto ...' Ditto ... Ditto ...

MARYBOROUGH,

T i» o B d a y's and Sat'day's steamers change at Brisbane

BUNDABERG GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON Tuesday's and Sat- urday's steamers chango at Keppel Bay

BOWEN

PORT MACKAY

(Flat Topi

TOWNSVILLE CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS

and COOKTOWN, W edno sday's steamers change

at Brisbane DUNGENESS CARDWELL MOURILYAN

JOHNSTONE R'VR

(change at Cleve- land Bay)

THURSDAY ISL'D NORMANTON

(nearest port to the Croydon Gold- fields), changing In

Brisbane

BURKETOWN,

change at Nor- manton ... ' .. NOUMEA . ANEITYUM

HAVANNAH HAR.

BOUR ... "... NEW HEBRIDES... SUVA, Fiji .. LEVUKA, Fiji

ADELAIDE.,

j Barcoo

Warrego

Eurimbla ' Ranelagh Katoomba Cintra ...

Glanworth ! Warrego

Ranelagh Katoomba ) Eurimbla

I Glanworth I Warrego

I Eurimbla

^Ranelagh

| Knloomba J Cintra Warrego

Wa

arrogo

j Eurimbla

(Katoomba (Cintra..

Glanworth Elamang

I Eurimbla

f Ranelagh

Katoomba

Gunga

By early steamer!

This day, S p.m., July 31 Saturday. 1 p.m., Aug. 4

To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1 Friday, 5 p.m., Aug. S

Saturday, 1 p.m., Aug. 4

;To-morrow, 5 p.m., Aug. 1

Fore-cabin passengers are provided with food and bedding.

Return saloon tickets are available for six months.

Passengers' tickets issued by ship's officers charged'Ss extra. SPECIAL REDUCED RATES TO QUEENSLAND PORTS.

_BURNS, PHILP, and CO., Limited. ? W" Al. HOWARD SMITH and SONS' (Limited)

Line of Magnificent Fast Steel Steamships.

SPECIAL REDUCED RATES TO QUEENSLAND PORTS.

_For MELBOURNE (also see separate advertisement!. THIS DAY, July 31, 4 pjn. ..,.""" THURSDAY'. Aug. 2, 12 noon FRIDAY, Aug. 3,5 p.m.

TUESDAY, Aug. 7, 4 p.m.

BURWAH ... I W. Ellis

GAMBIER ... I R. R. Brown BARRABOOL.. I T.Richardson KONOOWAR'A | G. Smith

For ADELAIDE, via Melbourne.

THURSDAY, Aug. 2,12 noon... I GAMBIER ... I R. R. Brown THURSDAY, Aug. 9, 12 noon .. | BUNINYONG.. | J. D. Joy

The steamers of this service aro the largest engaged in the

Adelaide trade.

Passengers by through steamers for Adelaide are maintained on board while in Melbourne._ FOR BRISBANE MARYBOROUGH. ROCKHAMPTON

(without transhipment, also sec separate advertisement).

THIS DAY. Jnlv 31, 4 p.m. ." I RODONDO ... I W. Seymour SATURDAY. Aug. 4.1 p.m. ... LEURA . ... F. Stanford

TUESDAY, Aug. 7, 4 pan. . | BURWAH ... | W. Ellis

FOR MACKAY, TOWNSVILLE, Cairns, Bundaberg, Dungeness,

Cardwell, Mourilyan Harbour, Geraldton, Russell River, Plantation Creek (alsosee separate advertisement).

THIS DAY*. July 31, 4 p.m. ... I RODONDO . . I W. Seymour SATURDAY, Aug. 4,1 p m. ... I LEURA . ... F. Stanford TUESDAY, Aug. 7, 4 p.m. ... | BURWAH ... | W. Ellis

Second cabin passenger, supplied with bedding and victualled.

All pissengcrs' tickets issued on board Bteamers by ships* offi- cers will bo charged 5s in excess of the ordinary rate.

RETURN TICKETS nre available for SIX months. Special arrangement» for large lines of freight.

WM. HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Ltd.

Wharves-Foot of King-st._Offices-79, York-street.

M

ELBOCRNE

EXHIBITION. EXCURSION STEAMERS FROM SYDNEY.

SALOON, RETURN, £3 15s, AVAILABLE SIX MONTHS.

The undersigned despatch Steamers for Melbourne three times weekly, on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and FRIDAYS, at low Excursion Fares, as above.

This Week : BURWAH, 4 p.m. TUESDAY.

GAMBIER, 12 noon THURSDAY. BARRABOOL, 5 p.m. FRIDAY.

WM. HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Limited. Wharves-Foot of King-street. Offices-79, York-street.

S

TEAM

T O

MELBOURNE.

The popular and fast S.S. BURWAH (W. Ellis)

will leave THIS DAY, July 31, 4 pan.

S

Attention is SPECIALLY called to this FAST and BEAUTI- FULLY-APPOINTED passenger steamer.

The SALOON is chastely furnished, STATEROOMS exception- ally large, LADIES' BOUDOIR and COMMODIOUS SMOKING

ROOM on DECK.

The BURWAH has gained a great reputation in the Queens- land passenger trade for QUICK PASSAGES, COMFORT, and

CUISINE.

The BURWAH takes passengers right up to the town wharf, without the delav of transhipping at Sandridge.

WM. HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Limited.

Wharves-Foot of King-street. Offices-79, York-Btrcet.

TEAM TO BRISBANE, MARYBOROUGH,

AND ROCKHAMPTON.

DIRECT WITHOUT TRANSHIPMENT.

The fast and Favourite

S.S. RODONDO, W. S. Sovmour, commander,

will leave THIS DAY, July 31, at 4 p m.

The RODONDO has just completed an EXTENSIVE OVER- HAUL at Mori's Dock, and her COMFORTABLE and AIRY CABINS aro in the best order. SMOKING-ROOM, MUSIC ROOM, and Uno PROMENADE DECK. Specialattcntlon Is paid to the TABLE and personal comfort of travellers.

WM. HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Limited. Wharves, foot of King-street. Offices, 79, York-street.

ASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

?T

DATES OF SAILING.

From Tasmanian Wharf, Sussex-street, near Margaret-street, for LAUNCESTON, DIRECT, S.S. CORINNA. 1280 tons register,

THURSDAY, August 2, at 10 a.m.

HOBART, Tia EDEN, S.S. FLORA, 1273 tons register, FRIDAY,

August 3, at 10 a.m.

S.S. OONAH, 1700 tons register, MON-

DAY, August 6, at noon.

Return Tickets arc available for Six Months, TO AND FROM HOBART,

Saloon, Return, £8. Single, £5.

Steerage, Return, £5 5s. Bingle, £3. LAUNCESTON,

Saloon, Return, £7. Single, £4.

Steerage, Return, £4 10s. Singlo, £210s. No cargo received within au hour of sailing. For full particulars apply to

T. and W. WILLIS, Agents,

_V, Pitt-street.

NEWCASTLE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, Limited.

From Limc-stroet, foot of Ersklne-street, to Newcastle, Morpeth, and Raymond Terrace.

THIS (TUESDAY) NIGHT, at 11.30, the NEWCASTLE. TO-MORROW NIGHT, at 11.30, the SYDNEY.

No cargo received after 4 p.m. Return tickets issued at reduced rates. For particulars apply at Offices, York-street, next Opera House, andJJmo-stroet._Ii. D. PORTUS, Manager.

NEWCASTLE, MORPETH, and RAYMOND TER

BACE.-Hunter River New S. N. Co.'s steamers.

From Wharf, foot of Markot-streel.

THIS NIGHT. Tuesday, taking cargo only, the LUBRA.

TO-MORROW NIGHT, Wednesday, at 1L30, the NAMOI.

Goods wiU not be received after 4 p.m. Return tickets issued at reduced rates. For particulars, apply at the Central Booking

Office, 353, George-street, or at Office, 147, Sussex-street. j

F. J. THOMAS, Manager.

B1

C H M O N D

K I V E R. I

S.S. BELLINGER, now at Wharf, receiving cargo, positively THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at 7 p.m.

SPLENDID PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION.

B. B. NICOLL, Victoria Wharf.

F

AIRFIELD

GOLDFIELDS.

S.S. BELLINGER, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at_7 p.i

S

Cargo booked via Cosmo for Drake, Red Rook, White Rock, Tabulam, &c._B. B. NICOLL, Victoria Wharf.

TEAM TO CAPE HAWKE. S.S. EMMA PYERS, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at 4 p.m.

Passengers and Cargo now booked.

_B. B. NICOLL, Viotoria Wharf.

^TEAM to TWEED RIVER and BYRON BAÏ\= CT The regular trading steamship KARUAH, MONDAY NEXT,

at 6 p.m.

_GEO. W. NICOLL, Victoria Whai-f.

8S. N. CO.'S B. a. PE'lTTRBORO'DGH for SHELL"

. HARBOUR ONLY, TO-NIGHT, at 8, from Caledonian Wharf, No cargo received liter 5.

JOHN RITCHIE, Agent.

G

ÄAFTON, CLARENCE RIVER.

S.S. CITY OF GRAFTON, THIS NIGHT, at 9. Superior accommodation. Inspection invited.

Goods for Glen Innes, Fairfield, and Tenterfield forwarded free of agency charges without any delay.

Richmond River passengers landed at Lawrence and Harwood.

RICHARD COOKE, Secretary, a and R. R. S. N. Company,

Clarence Wharf. 3, Sussex-street North.

ICH MOND RIVER.

K

S.S. QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, TniS MORNLS'G, at 11. Shippers aro requested to send cargo down early. Goods for Fairfield may be shipped via Casino.

RICHARD COOKE, Secretary. C and R. R. S. N. Company.

ACLEAY RIVER.

STEAMER EARLY.

RICHARD COOKE, Secretory. C. and R. R. S. N. Company,

Clarence Wharf, 3, Sussex-street North.__j__ JOHN SEE AND CO'S LINE OF STEAMERS

leave Market Wharf, Market-street, for

MANNING RIVER, S.S. ROSEDALE, THIS DAY, 7 p.m.

" S.S. ROSEDALE, FRIDAY NEXT.

PORT MACQUARIE, S.S. WELLINGTON. THURSDAY, 7 p.m.

S.S. WELLINGTON, MONDAY NEXT.

BELLINOER RIVER, S.S.WELLINGTON, THURSDAY, 7 p.m. NAMBUCCA RIVER, S.S. FERNMOUNT, TO-MORROW, 4 p.m.

Cargo received daily up to within an hour of sailing.

GRAFTON" CLARENCE RIVER.

S.S. AUSTRALIAN, THIS NIGHT, at 9,

S.S. HELEN NICOLL, SATURDAY NIGHT, at 9,

from Market Wharf, foot of Market-street,

The saloons of these steamers are amidships, and afford superior accommodation for passengers. Passengers landed at Harwood and Lawrence; Goods arc conveyed for Glen Innes, Fairfiold, Emmaville, Inverell, and Tenterfield free of agency or wharfage

fees.

_JOHN SEE and CO., 129, Sussex-street.

HAWKESBURY STEAM NAVIGATION CO.,

t Limited.

8.S. HAWKESBURY leaves Viotoria Wharf, foot of Erskinc street, on WEDNESDAY, at 8 a.m., taking Passengers and Cargo for all parts of the River. Cargo received up to 6 p.m. on TUES- DAY. This steamer calls at Peat's Ferry for passengers leaving Sydney by the 9.40 a.ra. train. For further particulars apply at Office, 99, Sussex-street._ GOSFORD AND NEWCASTLE

BY TRAIN AND STEAMER.

S.S. GOSFORD and CHARLOTTE FENWICK DAILY. From King-street Wharf, 8.30 a.m.; No. 4 Jetty, 9 OJn. From Gosford, 2 p.m. Fares-ts single, 6s return.

SUNDAY EXCURSIONS from King-st. Whf.. 9 a.m., via Dar ling-str.; No. 4 Jettv, 9.30 a-m. Return, 5s, available day of issue

Goods received at King-st. Whf. ONLY. Freight payable in Syd. PARRAMATTA RIVER AND HUNTER'S HILL

STEAMERS LEAVE KING-STREET DAILY for

ALL WHARVES: TO

PARRAMATTA-6,7, 9, 11 12 (Sat. 12.15), 1, (Sat. 1.15), 3, 5.5. HUNTER'S HILL, &o.-6,7, 7.45, 9, 9.30.11 a.m., 12, 1 (Sat. 12.15,1.15), 3, 3.45, 1.15, 5.5, 6.15, 7, 8, 9.30, 11.15 p.m.

. Steamers leave No. 4 Jetty, Circular Quay, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., calling at all wharves._

UNTER'S~~HiLL and LANE, COVE RIVER

' STEAMER FERRY. '

HOURLY, from LIME-STREET WHARF,

calling at i

Atlas Work3, Greenwich, and Woolwich.

Cargo Boat dally from Limo-stroot, at 1 p.m.

M

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ANLY BEAC the most beautiful watering-place near Sydnoy.

Saloon Steamers BRIGHTON, FAIRLIGHT, and NARRABEEN

(weather permitting, and as'far as practicable)

LEAVE SYDNEY7.15, »8,9,10.30, 11.30, 12J10, 1.30, 2.30, 3.30,

4.30,5.30.6.15, 7.30, 9, 11.15.

LEAVING MANLY, 7.15,8.10,8.45,10,12, U.30 2, 3,4.30, 5.15, 0,

. 7, 8, 10.

.Mondays only.

Special Time-tabieforSaturdays, Sundays, and holidays.

Reduced Fares-Return Ticket, la ; children, 6d.

Freight received from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. : Saturdays, 3 a.m. to 1 p.m., holidays excepted.

Loose hay and straw cannot he shipped.

M

ANLY BEACH: MANLY BEACH.

6d. FROM No. 2 JETTY. 6d.

The ADMIRAL, specially fitted up for the service (weather permitting), leaves No. 2 Jetty, 7.15,10.35,2J5, 5.30.

Manly-8.15,12, 4.45,6.5. Return fare, 6d.

Patronise this new opposition service and suppress monopoly.

Freight carried at reduced rates. Printed lists on application. Office, No. 2 Jetty._ ATRIP ROUND THE HARBOUR AND HEAD

OF MIDDLE HARBOUR DAILY (Landing at Clontarf). S.S. LEVERET leaves No. 2 Jetty, Circular Qnay, at 10.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Fare, Is._____

TWEED RIVER.-VALE, on Thursday. Cargo now _received. Apply R. Langley, 92, Snssex-street._

POR TORT PIRIE, S. A.

CHEAPEST and SHORTEST ROUTE FOR CARGO

to

BROKEN HILL and SILVERTON.

Weekly Service, via Adelaide. Fortnightly Service, DIRECT.

At greatly reduced rates.

FRANKLIN (DIRECT), TUESDAY, Angnst 7, at noon.

ADELAIDE, via Adelaide, SATURDAY, August 4, at 1 p.m.

CARGO Rates quoted for delivery at store doors, Broken Hill,

and Silverton.

Loading Berth-Lime-street Wharf.

G. S. YUILL, Agent,

_39. Pitt-street.

[ÎBB LINE OF CHINA rSTEAMERS.

G1

S.S. TETARTOS, from FOOCHOW.

CONSIGNEES are requested to PASS ENTRIES at once for

Grafton Wharf.

The ship will not be responsible for any loss of or damage to cargo after same shall have been landed, and any cargo imped- ing discharge will be entered and stored at consignees' risk and expense. '

BILLS of LADING must bo produced, freight and wharfage paid, and delivery orders obtained from the undersigned before any cargo will bo' delivered.

BURNS, PHILP, and CO., Limited,

_Managing Agents.

ARQUE SCOTTISH WIZARD, for BATAVIA.

B

AU ACCOUNTS against this vessel must be RENDERED to the undersigned by noon TO-DAY, otherwise they cannot be

recognised.

_BURNS, PHILP, and CO., Limited, Agents.

ARQUE ? ÑOTERO, from LYTTELTON.

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CONSIGNEES are requested to PASS ENTRIES, present bills lading, and pay freight. Goods impeding discharge of ship will be stored at consignees' risk and expense.

JOSHUA LITTLE^Agcnt, 19,_Hunter-strcct.

NORTH SHORE STEAM FERRY COMPANY,

Limited. STEAMERS for SALE. Apply No. 5 Jetty.

TWENTY-FOUR FEET Half-deck BOAT, Carvel _build, £56 ; now, good model. Boat, Herald Office._

TONNAGE wanted, to load from Lyttelton ; also,

Oamaru, for Europe.

_MASON BROS-, Limited.

* ANTED, 2 Suifs secondhand SAILS, one 17ft., ono

14ft., and Boom. H. Rissler's Boatshed, Kent-street.

'RARFAGE.-First-class accommodation available. Tasmanian Wharf, Sussex-st. T. and W. Willis, agents

rjTRAVELLERS tíi* SEA AND LAND.

PORTMANTEAUS, TRUNKS, and BAGS,

in ovorysi-so and style.

JOHN BRUSH, SON, and CO., Saddlers,

opposite Royal Hotel. Sydnoy.

_Business Announcements._

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE.

We beg to Intimate that on and after

1st AUGUST NEXT

our BUSINESS will bo carried on

at

VICKERTS-BUILDINGS, 70, Pitt-street.

GARRARD and HAMILTON,

Real Property and Estate Agents,

122A, Elizabeth-street.

Sydney, July 20,1888._;_

USINESS ANNOUNCEMENT.

T. S. HUNTLEY, l8, Post Office-chambers, Pitt-street, under- takes all kinds of Mining Business, Management, Formation of Companies, &c. s

N.B_Alao the sale of City and Country Properties.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.-R. BURGIS, TaitorThTs

REMOVED from Pitt-st. to 348, Geo.-st., opp. Wynyard-*t.

_Lectures._

CHRISTIAN EVIDENCE and DEFENCE ASSO-

CIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

The Fourth LECTURE will bo given in the TEMPERANCE HALL, Pitt-street, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, July 31, by Mr. J. F. FLOYD, Evangelist. Subject : " Some Mistakes of Col. R. G. Ingorsoll and Others,." Questions invited. Doors open at 7.30, Lecture at 8. '1 he chair will be taken by Dr. James Kings bury. Admission by ticket, 3d._E. GOLF., Hon. Seo.

rjIHE SECOND of a COURSE of LECTURES to X YOUNG MKN will be delivered in the Congregational School Hall, Pitt-street, TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock,

bv HERR W. OPPERMANN.

Subject; "HOW TO RISE IN THE WORLD."

_The Hon. F. Abigail in the chair. _ MISS VON FINKELSTEIN'S Five Costume and

Tableau LECTURES, commencing NEXT MONDAY. See

Amusements.

B B

OARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION".

The following FREE LECTURE will be delivered THIS DAY, TUESDAY, in ilio Technical Hall, Pitt-street, at 8 p.m. :

"Bleaching," by Mr. II. P. White, F.ÛS.

_EDWD. DOWLING, Secretary.

COOKERY.-Miss WHITESIDE wilfljívTVDlmoñ: _stration high-class Cookery to-day, 2.80., Is 6d. 275, Victoria-«t MAJOR DANE'S "LAST LECTORE~TOTNÍGHT.

Don't miss it. See particulars Amusement Column.

Personal

EAR SHAD,-Many happy returns of the day.

Beauty.

ORUTHY,-Recoived. Fondest love and be9t wishes.

Well and happy.

D

D _

ERNEST NIGHTINGALE please call at once on C.

C. READ, Solicitor, 133. King-street, Sydney. Important. IF the porson who took charge of DOR on Thursday

'night at Brighton Hall. Petersham, will kindly return him to Mr. CHRISTMAS, Elswlck-strcet, Leichhardt, he will be re- warded^_ IF PATRICK FOLEY (or his children), from Ennis

tiiuon, County Claro, Ireland, when last heard from by his brother, Cornelius Foley, of Vermont, N. America, ho was In Sydnev. Any information will be thankfully received by his niece,' Mrs. A. ROWE, Queensland Hotel.

_ Erskine-street, Sydney.

P. BROSNAN, late on staff of Queanbeyan Age, « Send address to W. P., Box 3, P. P., Queanbeyan.

MISS ADA MILLER, lato of Botany, send address to

friend. E. L. R., Oxford-street P. 0. _¡__

MR7JÄMES MARTIN'S ADDRESS urgently wanted _by friend from England. E. V., P. O. Toorak, Melbourne. MR. WALTER JURY, late of the Thames goldfield,

New Zealand, if requiring employment, please communi- cate with CUAS. L. GARLAND, M.L.A., care R. F. Finoher, 28, Sydney Arcade.

BM. RILEY

. (late of the Detcctivo Force),

Private Inquiry, Missing Friends, and General Business Agency

Office, No. 42, ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY.

Absconders and wife-deserters traced, and all kinds of confi- dential inquiries instituted. Evidence obtained in divorce, libel, fraud, and incendiary cases for the legal profession und others. Copies of wills, certiticates of birth, marriage, or death obtained in any part of the world. R. M. R. having established agencies in all parts of the globe, be Is in a position to conduct all inquiries with caution, expedition, and strictest secrecy, and to promptly attend to all business entrusted to his care._

RUST,-I am so anxious about yon, not hearing ; do send some word; I cannot bear this silence; self-contented

otherwise.

UNCLAIMED CABLEGRAMS lying at this office,

addressed to SHIPMAN, from London, and MAX LUDOLFF, from Hamburg. W. WILSON.

Chief Telegraph Office, July 30, 1888. _ WILL HARRY BÁDDELÉY call or communicate _immediately with Williams, 07, Hnnter-st. Important.

WILL Brisbane young lady who failed tobe at the,

corner of Bourke and Oxford streets I Ryan's) on Saturday I evening, at 8 o'clock, address to Box 926 immediately.

_? Lost and Found

A GOLD BROOCH LOST Saturday laBt, supposed

Surry Hills ; initial G. in centre. Reward, Allerdlng and Son, Hunter-street._ L-OST, Sunday afternoon, Canterbury Bridge, Cook's

River, HANDBAG, with contents. Reward, E. G., IS, Pitt st. LOST, Silver LOCKET and CHAIN in Botanical _Gardens, Sunday. Reward, 3, Lower Campbell-st., S. Hills. LOST, on Sunday, a CANARY", with green crest. Re

warrt on returning same to Mrs. Knox, Fiona, Double Bay.

OST, Bunch of KEYS, 4 or Ö. Reward, Surry Laun _dry, Glenmore-road, near Rushcutter Bay._ LOST, Monday, from 4, Lyons-terrace, 2 small Grey

Cockatoo Parrots. Handsome reward returned Mrs. Belisario.

LOST, Brown OVERCOAT, Friday, 20th instant, road

to Waverley. Reward, Milne, tobacconist, Pitt-streot._ LOST, on Sunday, in Johnston-st. wniting-room, ladies'

JACKET. Mrs.'Renwick, Walmer, M'Kenzie-st., Lcich'rdt.

LOST, BeagleBI'lCH (small), Sunday, Newtown. Re- '

ward. W. Charman, 124, Henderson-road, Alexandria.

T OST, Fox-temcr DOG, Saturday night, Pitt-street.

' Reward, Warkworth, Shaw-street, Petersham.

LOST, on Strathfield station, on Saturday afternoon,

Lady'Bdark green Silk UMBRELLA, walnut handle; reward. Apply C. DAVIS, Solicitor, Temple-court._ LOST, a Gold EARRING, in 10 p.m. Bondi tram, on

Sunday. Reward lüs on return to Mr. LEWIS, Hair- dresser .Charing Cross, Waverley._ '

LOST, a PURSE, between Bathurst-street and Wool-

lahra tram, on Saturday, containing a ring and silver. Can keep money if ring is returned to Julia, 25, Clarence-street._ L~0ST,'Friday night~n7t Newtown Social, or between

Newtown and Surry Hills, Gold and Enamel BRACELET. Reward. 117, Albion-street, Surry Hills._ LOST or STRAYED, a small Rose COCKATOO,

answers by the name Pinky, perfectly tame. Apply Sara!. Ackman, Craven Villa, Potts Point. Reward._^_

OST, Monday, July 30, in George-street, Silver

BRACELET. Reward, on returning to Lance Bros., painters, corner King and Alice streets. Newtown._

OST, two Italian Greyhound PUPS. Reward.on returning to Fosterville Hotel, Macqnarle-street South. Anyone detaining him after this notice will bo prosecuted. '

L~~<OST~in Newtown tram, or dropped at stopping-place

before Victoria Park, Green Leather PURSE. Finder liberally rewarded by returning same 1, ScobelolT-terraoe, near Skating Rink, Summer Hill._ LOST, on Sunday afternoon, between Liverpool and

Oxford streets, Silver LOCKET and Chain, initials E.K. Finder rewarded on returning to 151, Rilcy-strcet, Wooloomoo- loo. _

NE POUND REWARD.-LOST, Collie DOG. *..

_Mcssiter. 504, George-street._

O

PAWNBROKERS, Sec-Lost or Stolen, Gold Watch,

"W. B." on case, and inscribed._282, Pitt-street. Reward. REWARD.-LOST, in North Shore tram, botweén'5

and 6 p.m., on Friday afternoon, PURSE, containing money and memoriam brooch set with pearls, &c. Kindly leave at Kingal, Lavender Bay, or Dalton Bros., city._

TRAYËDTTrom Häwttiörno, Victoria-street North,

Darlinghurst, large DOG, half bloodhound, half mastiff, with studded leather collar on. Anyone keoping same will bo prosecuted._ WOULD the Driver who drove lady and two gentle-

men, corner Little Maoloay-street, "Saturday evening, kindly return walking jacket left in cab, Centennial Hotel, William-street Î Reward._ FOUKD, on Gladosville-road, Silver WATCH. Owner

can havejamejjy sending number.16, Lewis-6t., Redfern.

F" OOND, on Sunday, a benson TICKET"Cr>-8tal"Päläce _Skating Rink. Apply Foster's Depot, 144, William-street.

STRAYED into my yard, brown PONY,_lik¥TFiângïe

near shoulder. John Knight, Lyne-street. Alexandria.

_Business Cards._

A A.A.-ARTIFICIAL TEETH.-V. Sets, £5; Gold

. Sets, £15. Marshall Brothers, dentists^ 133, Elizabcth-3t,

EMANUEL, Dentist (painless~dentktry)r-4727 >_George-street, opposite Markets._

AUBREY DAVIS, Dentist, Royal Arcade, 492, George _street, next Hordcrn's new shop. Complete set, £5 5a.

A COX, Silk, Woollen, and Cotton Dyer, Scourer, and

. Hot Presser, 61, William-street, Woolloomooloo; 955, Railway Bridge: and 50, nunter-st. Gentlemen's apparel scoured and properly pressed daily. Mourning dyed on the shortest notice.

CARD.-The FIRST 1'RIZE and Highest Award for

Mechanical Dontistrv at the SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, tho N. S. W. Agricultural Exhibition Medal for veats successively, the London International Medal, and tho Philadelphia Centennial Medal for Artificial Teeth, have been gained by Mr. John Spencer against all competitors.

PAINLESS EXTRACTION bv the aid of Nitrons Oxide Gas:

Mr. JOHN SPENCER,

_41. WTnyaid-squarc North.

ENTISTRY.-Skilful and Painless. Mr. Heaphy,

dentist, 47, Market-stieet, one door from George-street.

R. WILLIAM F. Q U"AT"F"E~

THROAT, NOSE, and EAR SPECIALIST,

63, HUNTER-STREET.

_Noon dally, except Saturday.

GAS Cooking.-Raleigh's " Paragon " cooking To-dav,

To-morrow, and Thursday, from 11 till 1. 253, EUzabeth-s't. JG. G li I j? F I fT

. STOCK and SHARE BROKER '

(Member Sydney Stock Excbango),

1 and 2, Post Office-chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney.

Correspondence invited and promptly attended to._

MONUMENTS, Headstones, Railings, Aie. Designs on

application. J. Hanson and Co., 2ü9, Elizabeth-st.,Hyde P MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, RAimÑGS~&c7 _J. CUNNINGHAM, Margaret-street,_Wynyard-S(iuarB. ' PAINLESS DENTISTRY.-Mr. C. GTHODGSÏJN

C9, Hunter-street (late Cavendish-square, London, W.) ' THE LADIES' Dining-rooms, with sope rate entrance

and Lavatory, Temperance Hall, Pitt-st. Dinner, Is, Tea9d.

Calla cn Shares.

D

OBAN TIN und GEM MINING COMPANY

No Liability. '

NOTICE is hereby given that a CALL of TWO SHILLINGS (2B) per Share has been made payable to me, at the Comnanv'a

Office. No. 6, Post Office-chambers, Pitt-street, sidney i^o? beforo WEDNESDAY, the 8th August next. "iT8*- °>> or

By order of the Directors,

WILLIAM RIGG,

Sydney July 26,1888._ Manager.

GARIBALDI GOLD and ANTnuTNYTSlMNG

COMPANY, No Uability.-Not.ee is hereby given that the Directors bovo this day made n call (the first) of Six Pounds Der Share, payable to me at the above address on or before WEDNE« DAY, the 8th day ot August, 1888. By order of the Board

JAMES LITTLE.

207, George-street, Sydney, 30th July, 1888. L*gUl Manaser

Books, Publications, &c.

A T Annual Meeting of Fruitgrowers' Union of N. S W at Parramatta, it was resolved that a Copy of the CUM-   BERLAND ARGUS and FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE, con- taining report of the meeting, be forwarded to every town in the colony. The Argus is the recognised local paper, largest circula- tion, best advertrsing medium. Subscription : 2s per quarter.

DAVID BUCHANAN'S OTatioisT-Subje^TDeath

. Punishment, Divorce, Drama, Garibaldi Garfield n»T7

Christianity. Titles, Prostitution, The Drunkard, pïïkes.RoK son,Protection,&e._»FuUof flte^forcc, and pX¿I»-Hera]d

MADDOCK'S Select LibFary, 381, G^o7g5.1triet=Thi _J?e^iJ>?^LbI_eT«Lmai]íllctT^onaW«Son

WINSOR and Newton's Artist Mätoriaröf~everv

description. Ayton's Arti« Dc^t, 19,( George-street7

F

ARMER AND COMPANY.

VICTORIA HOUSE.

PITT-STREET-Nos. 221, 223, 225, 227, 229, 231 MAKKET-SfREET-Nos. 70, 72, 74, 70, 78,80

' GLORGE-STRLET-No 430

POST OFFICE BOX-497. TELF.FnONE, 72

CABLE, Fcrocltv. Londen^8. Aldermanbnry, E.G.

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WINTER NOVELTIES.

NOW ON VIEW.

MAGNIFICENT VARIETY.

_FARMER and COMPANY. _ E ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF SPECIAL

NOVELTIES,

Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS,

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MANTLES

COisTUMhS GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES. , NOVELTIES LX THE ARCADIA.

_NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ._

C1 ARMER AND COMPANÏ.

E ANNOUNCE THE AHR1VAL OF ¡SPECÍAL

NOVELTIES,

Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS,

AND ORDERED B"* US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MANTLES

COSTUMES - ,. , GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

Of SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA.

NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ. _

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ARMER AND COMPANY.

WE ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF SPECIAL

NOVELTIES, t Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS, , AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MANTLES

COSTUMES GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of tho ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

oí SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA.

_NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ._ IJ1ARMER AND COMPANY.

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NOVELTIES,

Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY bPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS,

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MAN I LES

COSTUMLS GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the- ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA.

_NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ._ LÍ1ABMER AND COMPANY. 7

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NOVELTIES,

lix the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS,

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MANTLES

COSTUMES GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA. NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ.

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NOVELTIES,

Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWBOOMS.

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY v MANTLES

COSTUMES OLOVES

. RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES.

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NOVELTIES,

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FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS.

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMINO CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

MILLINERY MANTLLS

COSTUMES , GLOVES

RIBBONS.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA.

_NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ. _ . IARMER AND COMPANY. "

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NOVELTIES,

Ex the ARCADIA,

FOR EARLY SPRING.

NOW ON VIEW IN OUR SHOWROOMS

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otthc

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE.

ARRIVAL of the ORMUZ WITH OUR SECOND SHIPMENT

of SPRING NOVELTIES.

NOVELTIES EX THE ARCADIA. NOVELTIES EX THE ORMUZ.

TpARMER AND COMPANY?

E ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF SPECIAL

NOVELTIES, ^V*Ä«

Ex the ARCADIA,

,FOR EARLY SPRING.

.5?^ 0S TOW IN OUR SHOWROOMS,

AND ORDERED BY US IN ANTICIPATION

of the

COMING CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

MELBOURNE. ,- ,

ARRIVAL

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