NOTICE.-The ANNUAL QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY
PIC-NIC of the SABBATH SCHOOL, held in Mechanics' Institute, East Maitland, is POSTPONED through the lamented death of Rev. J. M'CUIXOCH. 8133 A. G. CULLÜM, Superintendent.
WM. V. R.-PARADE on SATUBDAY, 24th
. inst., at Eleven a.m.
M. V. R.-Assemble 24th instant, Eleven a.m.
T. M. MACKAY, Lieut. Commanding. 3127
BZBGLSmOB liHOHAHIOS' INSTITUTE.
A GRAND MUSICAL AND LITERARY ENTER-
Wai BE GIVEN IN THK LAME HALI-,
IN AID OP
THE LIBRARY FUND.
Front Seats, Two Shillings; Body of the Hall, One Shilling.
J. L. BROWN,
3105 Hon. Sec.
AG. FISHER, East Maitland, Auctioneer, is not
. lupplied with horses. Cash OH delivery, 3141
Albion Ground, Weat Maitland»
Judge-M) W Bussell
Starter-Mr Charles 2Ixtchell
THE GUILD SOCIETIES r.f the HUNTER RIVER
DISTRICT will Celebrate the Anniversary of the Queen's Birthday bj a GR\ND RE-UMO\on
the ALBION GROUND
As the Committee's best «Sorts will be devoted to make the DAYS AMUSEMENT worthy of the occa- sion, the attendance of the public ia respectfully requested
On Frida j, 23rd Inat.
By the kind permission of CAPTAIN WILKINSON, I
the Meat Maitland Volunteer Band
will be m attendance at the QtADKILLE PARTY I
The Free Handicap, Youths' Handicap, Maiden Plate, Hurdle Leap, Champion Race, Sack Race, Hurdle Race, and Pole Vaulting, not having been filled up, Entrances will be leceived b\ the Secre- tary up to Eleven o'clock a m , on Saturdaj
Three Entries required for each race
Admission to the Giound-bd per Adult, 3d per
LUNCHEON at Two o'clock. Tickets, 2s. 6d
Owing to the Queen's Birthday falling on Satur- day, the QUADRILLE PARTY, which it was pur- posed to hold, will be held on FRIDAY, ¿3rd inst,
in the Hall of the School of Arts
DOBBIE TICKETS, 4s EACH
SINGLE TICKETS, 2S 6D EACH
TICKETS for Luncheon and Quadrille Party can
be obtained from-Messrs Ewens, W Bussell, P and H Monaghan, O'Neill, M'Phillamy, Cook, M. Murraj,S Byrne, G Maher, West Maitland , Messrs M'Loughhn and Bourke, East Maitland, Messrs Smith and Cloudy, Newcastle, Messrs Coughhn and Maguire, Singleton, Messrs Macmahon and T Burke, Morpeth, and from
J M CANTY,
A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY
WILL TAKE PLACE
AT THE ALBION GBOUND,
ON SATURDAY EVENING,
TJNDEB THE MANAGEMENT OÏ THE WELL-KNOWN
MR. SCOTT, OF SYDNEY,
And Illa Aaatatants.
Adulta, Is., Children, 6d All Vehicles, Is Eaoh
NO 8ADDLE-HOBSB8 ADMITTFD
The Regulations of the Ground will be strictly
W G LIPSCOMB,
For Programme, see Handbills 3118
GRAND BALL AND SUPPER, on Queen's Birth
night, SATUBDAY, Maj 24th, 1873
Tickets, 2s 6d each 3131
NOTICE TINDEE HT! A Ti EBOPEBTS" ACT
APPLICATION having been made to bring the
Lands hereunder described under the prou- sions of the Real Propertj Act, Certificates of Inde- feasible Title will issue unless CAVEVT be lodged m Form B of the said Act on or before the date named -Property Nos 29o2 and 29o3 21 acres and 1 rood, in the town of West Maitland, parish of Maitland, and county of Northumbeiland Com- mencing m Regent-street at the north-western comer of land of W. T Mitchell, bouDded on the west by said street, bearing northerly 737 links , on the north by land of E A Rjan and the late Alex FallB, bearing easterlj 1710 links, again on the weat by land of the said Alex Fal's bearing northerly 540 links, on the north by land of Messrs Doyle, Croj le, Mullen, loung, and Cameron, bealing easterly 933 links , on the east and again on the north by land of J and A J Berne, bearing southerly 136 links and easterly 110 links, again on theea9t by St Andrew's street, bearing soutbeily 495 links, on the south and again on the east by a reserved road and land of Geo Turner, bearing westerly 486 links and southerly 720 Unka , and again on the south by land of Baldwin and Mitchell, bearing westerly ¿145 links, to the point of commencement Also, 1 acre, situated as aforesaid Commencing on the eastern side of St AndrewVstreet, at the south-western corner of land of M. A. Blackwell, and bounded on the north by that land, bearing easterlj 196 links on the east by land of Messrs Smith, Bellevue, Kerrigan, Egan, Owen, Alexander, and M'Donald, bearing southerly 588 lmks to land of J Robinson, on the south bj that land and land of J Compton, bearing westerly 181 links to St. Andrew's street aforesaid, and on the west by that street bearing northerly 583 links, to the point of commencement,-being parts of 40 acres granted to George Turner-Name of Applicant
John Andrew Turnei -Residence Sydney -Date up to and inclusive of which Caveat may be lodged 18th June, 1873 -Diagrams delineating these lands may be inspected at the Registrar-General's Office, in Elizabeth street, Sydney, and at Court-house, Mait- land -Dated this 9th day of April, 1873, at the Re- gistrar-General's Office, Sjdney
2575 E G WARD, Registrar General
NOTICE UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACT -
Application having been made to bnng the Lund hereunder described under the provisions of the Beal Property Act, Certificate of Indefeasible Title will issue, unless Caveat be lodged in Form B of the said Act, on or before the date named -Property No 3325 2 Roods in the town and parish of Dungog, and county of Durham, allotment 2 of section 10, Îranted to Thomas Hanna Name of Applicant
ohn Robson Residence Dungog Date up to and inclusive of which Caveat may be lodged 18th June, 1873-Diagrams delineating this land mi} be in- spected at the Registrar Generals Office, in Eliza- beth-street Sydney and at Court House Dungog - Dated this 9th day of April, 1B73, at the Registrar General's Office, Sydnej
2574 E G WARD, Registrar General
THIS is to Certify that if MY WIFE, ANASTASIA
BRADWELL does not COMMUNICATE WITH ME within one month from this date, that I INTEND GETTING MARRIED AGAIN.
(Signed) ROBERT BRADWELL.
Quipolly, 8th May, 1873. 3121 ROBERT BRADWELL CAN FIND HIS WIFE
at Her Mother's, WHERE HE LEFT HER. Will be glad to communicate with him, if he will
send his Address.
May 20th, 1873. 3122 LOST PROPERTY — GREAT NORTHERN
 Commissioner for Railways Office,
Sydney, 15th May, 1873.
NOTICE is Hereby Given, that a LIST OF THE ARTICLES in the custody of the LOST PRO- PERTY DEPARTMENT, Great Northern Railway, CAN BE SEEN AT THE STATION, NEWCASTLE.
Owners can obtain their Property on application to the Traffic Manager, Newcastle, on paying costs.
If the Articles found previous to the 1st December last be not released on or before the 31st instant, they will be sold by public auction to defray
3132 Commissioner for Railways.
ANY Persons found TRESPASSING on the COM-
BADELLO or MINA MINANE RUNS, under any pretence whatever, will be PROSECUTED as the
Every assistance will be rendered to persons wish- ing to get their stock, upon application to the Head
J. R. SMART,
27th March, 1873. 2120
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD.
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD will be
given for such INFORMATION that will lead to the conviction of any Thief or Thieves STEALING
THE UNDERSIGNED'S CATTLE, of following
March 14th, 1873. 2013
THREE Hl'VDRE» POUNDS RE-
WARD will be gnen for such INFORMA- TION" that will lead to the CONVICTION of any THIEF or THIEVES STEALING THE UNDER- SIGNED'S CATTLE, of following brands -
JP left side or \eft rump, anchor or number on left
shoulder or rump
JP lett side, with other brands
left rump, with number under, ¡anchor on
Heart on left side, number left rump
All cattle top off right ear.
Also a lot of aged bullocks, branded FJ off rump, J.P leftside or back, not ear-maiked.
Steers and bulls branded J.P on left side, w'th anchor under and J.P or 3P n rump, ear-marked'
2043 PEARSE 4. SON.
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS REWARD will be
given for such INFORMATION that will lead to the CONVICTION" of an} Person or Persons KILLING or STEALING an} of the UNDERSIGNED CATTLE and SHEEP of the Following Blands .
Sheep branded y on face Cattle, GL
G.Ü (House brand).
March 14th, 1873. 2012
LOST, from Dry Creek, Manning Road, ONE
ROAN HORSE, white face, branded JW off shoulder and cheek, J near shoulder. If Stolen, One Pound Reward will be paid for any information that will lead to the conviction of the party or parties, or Ten Shtllings Rewaid for the recovery of the Horse if Strayed
May 12th, 1873. 3136 PAIR OF CARRIAGE BOSSES.
WANTED, a PAIR OF WELL-BRED CARRIAGE
HORSES, not under 15-2, and sound.
TO CONTKAOTOBS FOB FENDING.
WANTED CONTRACTORS to ERECT 7 Miles
and 5¿ Miles of WIRE FENCLVG, at Nowley,
naar Wee Waa. Particulars can be obtained from the undersigned.
Edgeroi, Narrabri, 9th May, 1873. 2936
TreTANTED, TWO THOROUGHLY COMPETENT YV MEN, to take charge of a shipment of Horses Apply immediately to A. G. FISHER, East
WANTED, from 50 to 500 Bushels Maize, for
Cash M. MOOEE, Auctioneer, &c, W M. 3140
WANTED, a GOOD GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
3012 Singleton Foundry.
WANTED, as GENERAL SERVANT, an ACTIVE
WOMAN, must be able to Milk. Good References required.
Apply between Seven and Eight o'clock Tais EVENU, o, to
MRS. R. W. THOMPSON,
3120 West Maitland.
TED, 1000 BUSHELS OF MAIZE
TO BOAD OONTBAOTOBS.
THE TRUSTEES for Repairs of Road from Single-
ton to Church of Euglund Cemetery, INVITE TENDERS, up to 31st instant, for REPAIRS of a
PORTION of the ROAD FROM BAILWA1 CROSS- ING to the CEMETERY, addressed to the Under Bigned, from wham all particulars can be obtained.
Singleton, 20th May, 1873. 3123
FENCING COUBT-HOTJBB AND LOOK-TJP,
Department of Public Works,
8}dney, 15th Ma}, 1873
FRESH TENDERS will be received at this Office,
until Eleven o'clock on TUESDAY, tho 10th June next, for FENCING at the COURT-HOUSE and LOCK-UP, GUNNEDAH.
For full particulars see Government Gtuette, a file of which is kept at every Police Office in the colon}. 3085 FENCERS REQUIRED, to ERECT SEVERAL
.MILES of LOG and SPLIT FENCING, at Belltrees Apply to
G. J. COBB,
 Department of Public Works,
Sydney, 5th Ma}, 1873.
TENDERS will be received at this Office until
Eleven o'clock of TIESDAY, the 27th day of May next, from persons willing to CONTRACT FOR
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE AT LUS- KINTYRE.
Plan, Specification, and Form of Tender may be seen at the Office of the Commissioner for Roads, S}dney, and at the Police Office, West Maitland.
1 enders to be addressed to the Under Secretary for Public Works, Sidney, and to be marked outside " Tender for Luskintyre Bridge,"
3024 JOHN SUTHERLAND.
BRIDGE OVEB MAIN CREEK,
IN MB. BUTTON'S PADDOCK.
TENDERS will be received by the Trustees of
Road from Paterson and W. Maitland Road towards Rosebrook, for the ERECTION OF A BRIDGE OVER MAIN CREEK.
Plans and Specifications to be seen on application to the Superintendent at Eelah
Tenders addressed to the Trustees of above road, at Eelah, up to Monday, 20th May.
3027 (Signed) W. C. HETHERINGTON.
TENDERS are invited for the FORMING OF
APPROACHES TO SEVEN CULVERTS, on the road from the Paterson and W. Maitland Road towards Rosebrook.
Specifications and particulars to be obtained at Eelah, up to Monday, 26th May.
(Signed) W. C. HETHERINGTON,
3029 for Trustees.
NEW OHTJBOH, BBANXTON.
TENDERS will be received by J. Ii HUM, Esq.,
Architect, Sydney, and duplicates, sealed, marked "Tender for Church," by Mr. CHAHXES HUGHES, Branxton, to 14th June, for FXCAYATION PER YARD, FOUNDATION PER PERCH, as one Tender j for BRICK and DRESSED STONE-WORK as another, m a lump sum ; also, for EXCAVATION, FOUNDATION, and BRICK-WORK ALTOGETHER
Plans and Specification may be seen at Mr
The Lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac- cepted. '3118
BERATES "UNION INN," RUTHERFORD.
TENDERS required for REPAIRING WOOD-
WORK and PAPERING the UNION INN, at Rutherford. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. For particulars apply to
WOLFE & BADGERY,
8055 West Maitland.
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL TO LEASE, situated in
the town of Coonabarabran, directl} in front of the Court-house, and in a line of the main street
N.B.-Satisfactory reasons can be given to any per- son by communicating to
MR. WILLIAM FIELD,
BUSINESS PREMISES TO EET.
TO LET, those PREMISES SITUATE IN HIGH
STREET, next Mercury Office-have been occu- pied by a Draper and Grocer, and lately in the occupation of Mr. P. B. Owen, Ironmonger, with fixtures, shelving, ic. RENT MODERATE Pos- session can be given at once Further particulars can be obtained on application at
STONEY OBEEK PADDOCK.
TO LET, the ABOVE PADDOCK, containing
100 ACRES. Rant moderate ; immediate pos- session. Apply to
WOLFE & BADGERY,
2706 Weat Maitland.
CHATFIELD & MACKENZIE have conscantly
BANK, STEAM, INSURANCE, COAL,
MINING, and other SHARES,
Debentures of Government and Public Companie
69, NKW PITT-STBSET, SYDNEY,
Opposite the Exchange. 2030
FOR SALE, AT GIRO, 20 HEREFORD BULLS,
ages 6 to 12 months, by Pure Bulls (Prize takers), bied by the late C Rtjnolls, Esq., and out of Cows selected fiom the held of G. Loder, Esq. The} are a good lot. Apply to
Giro, May 4, 1873. 2860 FOR SALE, Pnvatelj, GLAN1RAFFON ESTATE,
situated on the Hunter's Rivei, four miles from the town of Muswell Biook The propertj consists of One Thousand Acres of Rich agricultural Grazing Lind, securely fenced, sapped, and subdivided into five paddocks, a large exttnt of which is under lucerne and other crops. The DWELLING HOÜSL ia substantially and elegantly built of brick and stone, surrounded by a large Garden and Orchard, of three acres, well stocked with trees and shrubs, the whole forming one of the most comfortable
1 omesteads in the district.
For further particulars apply to the undersigne«1.
EDWARD WHITE. Melton, Denman,
8th Nov, 1872. 2024 FOR PRIVATE SALE, the MERRIWA HOTEL,
situated at Bow, near Merriwa, Inspection of the property, which contains all necessary appur- tenances for public-house business, is invited.
TMPERIAL. FIRE INSPRANCE COMPANY
Established upwards of Hall a Century
Capital, ¿1,945,000. Income, .£230,000.
Fest tu meet unusual loss, ¿200,000.
DWELLINGS, COUNTING-HOUSES, Furniture, ¿c Stores and Buildings in which Trades aie carried on
INSURED AT CURRENT PREMIUMS.
Losses from Fire by Lightning made good, and all s'aima, on adjustment, paid in Sydne}
OWEN & BECKETT,
rpRY THE NORTHUMBERLAND HOTEL
(Five Minutes Walk from the Race-course )
ONLY ONE SHILLING.
S. J. KENNEDY,
Opposite Mechanics' Institute.
N.B -Plenty of yard room for Horses. 3124 WHITE HABT INN
(LATELY KEPT BY MB. F. GUEST).
JOHN KICKHAM begs to inform the inhabitants
of MURRURUNDI and the surrounding neigh- bourhood that he has OPENED THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, which will be found replete with every comfort required by visitors.
THE TABLE will be supplied with all the obtain- able DELICACIES OF THE SEASON to bo procured
ia the district.
THE WINES and SPIRITS will be found of Superior Quality, and of the Best Brands proourable in Sydney.
First-class Stabling and Good Secure Paddocks. An Efficient Ostler always m attendance.
A Good Billiard Table
The close proximity of this Hotel to the Railway Station renders it a most suitable stopping place for
A Coach leaves for Tamworth three timos a week, and a Luggage Van once a week. 2310
NOTICE OV BBMOVAL.
DR. SWAYNE HAS REMOVED FROM MRS
ALCORN'S to the HOUSE FORMERLY OCCUPIED as the MUNICIPAL COUNCIL HALL, at the back of the Court-house. He can also be Consulted at his Surgery, Singleton Dispensary, opposite the Roj al Hotel. 2734
BOYD, VINDIN, 5c CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Gr R O C E R, S ,
WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
High-street, West Maitland;
88, Clarence-street, Sjdnej. 2702
YAN & HA M M ON
STOCK AND STATION AGENTS,
MXLBOTJBNB AND DENILIQUIN.
NOTE.-Stock consigned to us for sale at Wagga Wagga will be there met by our Mr. Warden Harry Graves from Deniliquin.
RYAN & HAMMOND.
Melbourne, 1st January, 1873. 2023 HARRISON, JONES, AND DEVL N
STOCK AND STATION AGENTS,
WOOLBBOEXBB, ATTCTIONFEBS, AND CATTLE
WOOL STOBES-Circular Quay.
SALE YABDS-Homebush and Sjdney.
OFFICES-Bell'« Chambers, Pitt-street, .sydney. 2035
THE undersigned wishes to notify thnt he has
commenced business as a STOCK A\*D STA- TION AGENT. He will undertake all business con- nected with the disposil or purchase of stock or stations, and will be glad to reeeire lists of stock or Btations foi sale, either privately or by public
G NEVILLE GRIFFITHS.
271, George-street, April 21st, 1873. 2608
1 f\f\ TONS LIVERPOOL SALT, COARSE and 1\J\J FINE, FOR SALE.
W. K. LOCHHEAD,
TEN THOUSAND DOZEN FOR SALE
ME8 W M. ARNOLD,
ENGLISH FIREWORKS of every descnpti ^n, also
the GOLDEN CHINESE CRACKERS, to be had wholesale and retail at the Stores of JOHN PATTER- SON, High-street, West Maitland. 30OB Firework«! Fireworks! Fireworks QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, SATURDAY, 24TH MAY.
Chinese Fireworks ' Chinese Fireworks '
MYERS 4. SOLOMON, 542 and 544, George-street,
Sjdney, respectful!} call the attention of the public to their Annual List of FIREWORKS, and solicit their orders and patronnge.
BEST ENGLISH FIREWORKS, 3s 9d. per gioBS,
ten kinds, Chinese Crackers, Goldchop, in boxes of 40 packets, 4s 6d. per box ; best Goldchop Chinese Crackers, Os 6d. ; Chinese Guns, 40 in each packet, 12s. dozen packets, best Goldchop Chinese Crackers, 100 in box, 14s. 6d per box ; Assorted Size Packets, with showy, illustrated covers, best quality, 20,000 crackers in all, £3 14s. 6d. per case.
To COUNTBY STOBFKEEPFBS AND OTHEBS -Best English Fireworks, assorted, in cases, ¿310s., £510s, and £9 per case.
MYERS &. SOLOMON
GOD SAVE THE QUFFN ' 2487
BEWARE OF IMPOSITION.-As the great repu-
tation of the WHEELER AND WILSON SEWING MACHINES has led to the introduction of a large number of imitation machines of very in- ferior quality, we ask the public to be exceedingly cautious that none of these spunous machines are sold for the genuine Wheeler and Wilson.
Illushated circulars post tree. AGENTS WANTED.
LONG &. CO, General Agents for Australia and New Zealand, 287, George-street, nearly opposite Hunter-street, Sydney.
Agents for Maitland-WOLFE & GORBICK. 8
TO COTJNTBY STOBEKEEPEBS & OTHEBS.
ENGLISH DRAUGHT ALES, Berrj's Celebrated
Lion Ale, and Tient Brewery Burton Ale. Shipments of the above FOR SALE by
2560 Agent for New South Wales.
COPIES OF EACH SATURDAY'S MERCUSI
UAY ALWAYS BE HAD FBOM
MR. A. G. CULLUM, EAST MAITLAND.
OPIES OF THE MERCURY
MAY ALWAYS BB OBTAINED FBOM
MR. R. BLAIR, BOOKSELLER MR. W. LIPSCOMB, BOOKSELLER,
MR. H. THOMAS, PRINTING OFFICE,
HIOH-STBEET, WEST MAITLAND,
ME. J. P. QUINN, SINGLETON.
To Squatters, Carriers, and Others.
IS DESIROUS OF MAKING IT KNOWN to the
inhabitants of the Gw}dir and other districts that he his established a PLACE OF BUSINESS in
For the puipose of canning on the operations of
BLACKSMITHING in all its Branches.
REASONABLE IN CHARGES, and punctual m the execution of nil orders committed to lus cm e
HORSES SHOD nccordmg to the Rules laid down by the London Veterinary College, which for eoo nomy, durabilit}, comfort, and all purposes of easy travelling, the system is unequalled
Bingera, Ma} 8,1873 3020 /~\N SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED AMERICAN" SLUICE FORKS
Long and Short Handle R M. Shovels
Cast Steel Picks and Handles
Amen can Axes aud Hunter's Hatchets.
JUST RECEIVED EX "WILLIAM DUTHIE:"
An Assortment 1 and 2 Blade Sheep, Foot, and Cas-
2, 3, and 4 Blade Pen Knives.
2044 WOLFE & GORRICK.
GOLD FIELDS ACT.
pOPIES OF THE GOLD MELDS ACT
NEW REGULATIONS TO PRESENT DATE,
MAY BE HAD AT THB
"MERCURY" OFFICE MAITLAND
IMPOUNDED at Fordwich Pound, on the 13th
day of May, 1873, from Charlton, by Alfred Cobcroft, EBq -
Bay mare, two hind feet white, off fore foot white>
white spots on saddle and wither, blaze down face, pulled tail, broken-in, near shoulder A over
Dark bay hoi se star in forehead, black points,
broken in, off shoulder IH
Will, if not previously released, be sold at this pound at noon on the 5th day of June, 1873
3114 JAMES ROWE, Poundkeeper
IMPOUNDED at Jerry's Plains, May 16th, 1873,
from Saddlers Creek grass paddock, by ordei of J W Bowman, Esq , dam iges and driving, 2s 3d
Chestnut horse, stai in forehead, neil hind foot
white, 3 jears old, 14 bands high, branded S ^
Brown horse, white stripe down face, saddle-mark,
near lund foot white, aged, 15 hands high, branded 3A near shoulder. Notice sent accord- ing to Brand Act.
If not released, will be sold on the 12th June
3113 THOS ELLIS, Poundkeeper
rIPOUNDED at Denman, on the 19th May, 1873,
from Anandale, by Mr Morrison -
Iron-gre} colt, hind and off fore feet white, « over
(0 over w near shoulder, three yeais, fifteen
Grey fill}, T over I near shoulder, three years, fifteen
If not released, will be sold at this pound at noon on the 12th June, 1873
8128 GEO NICHOLSON, Poundkeeper
SALES BY AUCTION.
BRUNKER &. SPARKE have received instructions
from J. Eckford, Eeq , to sell by auction, at the Campbells Hill Yards, on THURSDAY, the 22ndMay, 1873, at eleven o clock,
1000 PRIME AND WEIGHT1 TAT WETHERS 300 " " " FAT EWES
From ' Mnlaraway," Liverpool Pinina 3067 BRUNKER & SPARKE have received instructions
trom Mrs G P Bowmnn, to soil b} nuihon, at the Sale Yards Campbell's Hill, on THUESDAY, the 22nd May, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
30 Head of PRIME AND WEIGHTY FAT BUL-
30 Held Well-bied Colts, Mares and Fillies, by
' Priam, by New Wamoi ' Imported.
Terms cash 3081 TO BUTCHERS
BRUNKER 4, SPARKE have received instructions
fiom J W Duff, Esq, to sell by auction, at the Sale Yards, Campbell's Hill, on THUESDAY, 22nd May, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
1920 PRIME FAT SHEEP-from first-class fatten-
Terms cash 3002
RUNKER & SPARKE have received instructions
fiom A E Johnstone, Esq , to sell by auction,
at the Sale lards, Campbell's Hill, on THURSDAY, 22nd Ma}, 1873, at Eleven o'cloek,
30 Head of Prime and Weighty PADDOCK-FED
Terms cash 3099 SADDLE & DRAUGHT HORSES
BRUNKER 4, SPARKE have received instructions
to sell by auction, THIS DAY, at Eleven o'clock,
10 Head of SADDLE AND DRAUGHT HORSES.
Terms cash 3187 TO CARRIERS AND OTHERS
BRUNKER & SPARKE have received instructions
from Mrs Turner to sell by auction, at the Sale Yards, Campbell's Hill, on MONDAY, the 26th May, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
2 TEAMS, comprising 16 THOROUGHLY STAUNCH
DRAUGHT HORSES, with Two Substantial Waggons, Harness, Tarpaulins, &c.-ft first class lot, fit for immediate use
Terni3 cash 3001 TO BUTCHEB3
BRUNKER 4, SPARKE have received instructions
from A Hooke, Esq, to sell by auction, at the Sa'e Yards, Campbell's Hill, on MONDAY, the 26th Ma}, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
130 HEAD OF PRIME FAT CATTLE
Terms cash 3138 WEIGHTY FAT BULLOCKS
WOLFE & BADGERY have received instructions
to sell b} auction, at Campbell's Hill, on MOMJAY, the 28th Ma}, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
50 Head of BULLOCKS, fattened m paddocks close
Terms cash 3134 BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES
COSY'S LAND, LAKE MACQUABIE
WOLFE & BADGER1 have received instructions
fron the Mortgagees to sell by auction, at the Northumberland Hotel, West Maitland, on WEDN>SDAY, the 28th May, 1873,
560 ACRES OF LAND, situated on Wangee Wangee
Point, Lake Macquarie
Full particulars m Saturdays issue
Tine good-Apply to COLQUHOUN &, COLQUHOUN Solicitors, West Maitland 2b63
DTJBHAM HEIFEBS DTJBHAM HEIFEBS.
ATTRACTIVE AND IMPORTANT SALE
FBOM THE JUSTLY CELEBBATED STUD HEBD
OF - LEE, ES«.
WOLFE &. BADGERY have received instructions
from J. T Tmd ile, Esq , Bylong, to sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on FRIDAY, the 30th Ma}, 1873, at Twelve o'clock,
30 EXCEEDINGLY CHOICE HEIFERS from Lee's
noted stud herd The} are by a pure Durham bull of most fashionable pedigiee, sire im- ported, and now in calf to a very superior bull.
The auctioneers desire to call special attention to the sale of these heifers, they being undoubtedly the best lot ever offered in New South Wales, and as every one is of magnificent form, beautiful pro- portions, rich m colour, soft to handle, and m calf by a magnificent bull, an excellent opportunity offers to those having good cattle to improve them, and to others to lay the foundation of a pure Durham herd.
Terms cash. 3056
Highly-bred Short-horn Oows & Heifers.
ATTRACTIVE AND IMPORTANT SALE
CHOICE DTJBHAM COWS & HEIFEBS,
SELECTED FBOM THE PUBEST HEBDS IN THE
OLFE & BADGERY have received instructions
to sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on FBIDAY, the 30th May, 1873, at Eleven o'clock,
70 Head of CHOICE COWS AND HEIFERS, the
progeny of Imported Bulls, out of highly bred cows, and in calf to bulls unequalled for form and breeding.
Terms cash. 3135
FAT SHEEP FAT SHEEP.
OLFE & BADGERY have received instructions
from C Codrington, Esq. , to sell by auction, at the 8ale Yards, Campbell's Ball, on an Early Day (or privately en route),
1695 PRIME FAT EWES
Terms cash 2666 TO HORSE BUYERS.
80 HEAD OF FIBST-OLASS COLTS AND
HA, F WEAVER have received instructions
. from the Executors of the late E G Cory to sell by auction, at the Campbell's Hill Sale Yards, on FBIDAY, 23rd May, at Eleven o'clock,
The Above Lot of HORSES, amongst which are
many fine upstanding Colts suitable foi light
Terms cash 3111
VALUABLE AND CHOICE
GRAZING AND AGBIOULTTJBAL FABMS,
Pike's Gap, Saltwater Creek, Appletree Flat, and
CONTAINING AN ABBA OF ABOUT 1496 ACBES
BEING I-OSTIÓN OF THE
CELEBRATED BAVBNSWOBTH ESTATE.
TITLE-GBANTS FBOJI THE CBOWN.
HAND F. WEAVER have received instructions
. from the Representatives of the late Captain Russell, to sell by auction, at the Caledonian Hotel, Singleton, on SATTJBDAY, 7th June, 1873, ac Twelve
THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTIES : LOT 1.-Containing an estimated area of 800 Aerea
of RICH GRAZING AND AGRICULTURAL LAND, permanently watered by Pike's and Chilcott'» Creeks, bounded on the east and north by the Great Northern Railway, on the west by substantial fence ; and on the south by a line bearing east about two miles to the Great Northern Railway.
LOT 2.-Contains an estimated area of 416 ACRES,
situated on Western Saltwater Ponds, bounded on the east by the Great Northern Railway ; on the north by lands belonging to J. Quan tnll ; on the west by laud belongmg to A. Wallace , and on the south b\ land belonging to T Hassall. The Great Northern Road intei - sects-this Farm, which would foi m a splendid site for an accommodation bouse and pad- docks, as the country is splendidly grassed and permanently watered.
LOT 3.-Contains an estimated area of 160acies of
RICH GRAZING AND AGRICULTURAL LAND, well known as Appletree Flat, bounded on the east by the Great Northern Railway, on the north by land forming a por- tion of Lot 2, on the west by land belonging to T. Hassall, on the south b} land also belonging to T. Hassall. This farm is splen- didly watered, and for richness of soil, cannot be surpassed.
LOT 4 -Contains an area of 100 ACRES, bounded
on the north by the Great No them Road ; on the west by land rented by F. White, on the south by land rented by the late Cap- tain Russell, and on the west adjoins S. Lee's 40-acre purchase. This farm is situated close to GIASS Tree Hill, and contains some very rich Agricultural as well as first-rate grass
As these Farms are placed in the market for bona fide sale, intending purcbaseis must inspect them to fully realise their value and many advantages of situation, &c" &c.
AU other information can be obtained on applica- tion at the Office of the Auctioneers.
Terms at gale. 3107
ON FBIDAY NEXT.
M MOORE will sell by auction, at his Sale
. Rooms, High-street, West Maitland, on FBI DAY, the 23rd, at Twelve o'clock,
DRAPERY Goods, Boots and Shoes, Ha}, Maize,
Flour, Bran, Cheese, Tobacco Leaf, Vinegar, Soap, Bacon, Brooms, Horses, Drajs, Saddles,
Terms cash. 3095
DN M MITCHELL'S ESTATE.
M MOORE has received insti uctions to sell by
. auction, at his Matt, High-stieet, West Mait- land, on FBIDAY, 23rd May, at Twelve o'clock,
A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE consist-
A Laige TUBULAR BEDSTEAD, with mattresses,
complete, Tables, Chairs, Washstandand Ware, Looking-glass, Pictures, Ornaments, Stretcher, Matting, Tubs, Buckets, Kitchen Utensils, &c, i.e.
Terms cash 3096
IN THE SUPBEME COUBT OF NEW SOUTH WALES
COOK v WM. EATON
THE bHERIFF will cause to be sold b} public
auction, on MONDAY, the 26th day of May, 1873, at Noon, at Eaton's Hotel, Muswellbrook (unless this writ be previously satisfied),
The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS of
the Above-named Defendant, consisting of TABLES, Chairs, Sofas, Cheffomers Pier Glasses, &c, &c.
Bedroom Furniture, &c. Kitchen Utensils
Horses, Carts, Harness, te
Muswellbrook, 19th May, 1873 3129