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AUFTRAGT O» 8ALHB BT AÜCTIOft.

Tins :DAT, TnunsDAT, DEC. 1».

mtDKKEB, WOWE, & BADGERY, at the Campbell's Hill yards«

at eieren, 1481 mixed «tore sheep ¡ 80 fat cattle; M fat . cattle, and 8 shorthorn bulls i 174 tat cattle! 1000 fat

wether« ; l8 oom-ted porkers ; 1400 fat wethers i sheepskins and pells.-At two, 40 well-bred store bullocks, principally

Hereford s.

.SMBKE & CLIPP, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at two, 40 fat

bollock«; l«0 well-cured beary butchers" hides, bales wool, aid sheepskin!; J6 fat bullocks; 400 (at sheep-, 65 atora bullocks ¡ 350 fat sheep ; 30 fat oattle ; 20 (at lambs, and 10

fat calves.

BATURDAT, DEO. 16.

MR. JAS. HUTCHISON, at the residence ol Mr. Jas, Carroll,

Brookfield, Muswellbrook, at two, huosehold furniture and efteots; culinary 'Utensil«, feo. .-..

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.

h

STEAM TO SYDNEY. T

l'y y ' SPECIAL NOTICE.

\.

1MB A. S. N. CO.'S STEAMSHIP

COONANBABA

IHM.

LEAVE NEWCASTLE

? AT ELBTEN VU.

ON. MONDAY SIGHT,

24TH DEC, CHRISTMAS EVE.

1 For Reserve or other Bertbs, apply to

W. K. LOCHHEAV,

AGENT, 8562 NEWCASTLE.

8

.A. B, H. OOMPAITY.

TEAM FROM MORPETH TO SYDNEY

',','.. COONANBARA-WEDNESDAY and SATUBDAY,

?' ?", . from Bight a.m. to Noon-as Tide may *'iy""' ?' ' »erre.' '

''- ' QOLLAROY-TUESDAY, at Six a.m. ; FBIDAY, at

£ '....!./ : Noun. ?

t f¡: i BOLWABBA TO PATERSON, TUESDAY, Six ».ia, ,'¿"V. , .. , \ TILMOUTH P. DYB,

a.. .' ?./'?. . ' ,? :,-. ,. Agent.

*' ".; 'Wharf,,MoTpeth,NoT.24t1i,,'l877.u ' ."'*-'" 8187

Ï (HOWTEK BTVBB W. B. ». OOMFAMY. ?i O T B A M TO

ST D N B Y

, A MAITLAND-MONDAY, fr<un Morpeth, . at H

a.m ; THUBSDAY, from Morpeth at 9 am,, and from Newcastle at ..'" '?'. '" 11 p.m. .'

jft OBPETH-TUESDAY, from Morpeth at 11 a.m.,

and from Newcastle at 11 p.m.; PBIDAY, at 6 a.m. from Morpeth,

and 10 a.m. from Newcastle,

.... . ANA yA MARI*- WEDNESDAY, at 6 a.m. TO -' . CLARENCE TOWN;

''?'"'?" JAMES W.LBE,

''.".' ; . Agent.

'.i- 'Morpeth, 24th NOT., 1877. 8127

k*":' .irarW' CASTES) BTEAMBHTP OOM5AHY "

I:VJ í:'»;:-.!?:(?.; (Idmited).

J^JTEAá! TO AKDIROI SYDNEY.

^rÍThTiNTIl,' F "URTHER NOTICE, the KEMBLA wil

V,AJ LEAV E NEWCASTLE EVERY MORNING '? v (Sunday and Monday excepted), and will LEAVE .' "SYDNEY at H EVERY NIGHT (Saturday and

; v Bunday excep» ted).

....... / H. D. PORTOS,

Manager. Office-Scott-sfa "eet. Newcastle',

. 1 18th AUR Tist, 1877. ' .6573

BTJBAM TO 8YI >M"BY, MBIiBOTJHJSTEJ, BHI8

BAUE, Al TD MABYBOBOUGH. ,

rB MELBOURN T5 BTEAMSHIP COMPANY

will despatch ti wir Steamships (when practi- cable) 88 follows :- !

rOlT YANGS . MAC EDON

CHB) V10T

BABA ABOOZ

''FROM NEWCASTLE, Ti TEBDAYB and SATURDAYS ; -? ?- . FROM 8YDNK Y to 4 MELBOURNE, TUESDAYS ? .. . anû.FBiDAYS, .

'.'.., AND l ? ' .. i :i, ". ;v B D I ¿YA

FROM SYDNEY t« BRIS. BANE and MARY !'. , - : BOROUGH, every alten tate FHIDAY.

. FaSseneers and carjco booked, t and all information

tan be obtained from

WM. Hi ?WAKD SMITH.

A, A. Company's Wharf, Newoi \stle, and Struth's

Wharf, Sydney.

AGENT for-Messrs. R Goldsl trough and Co., Hastings Cumngham' and Co., Woo I Brokers; and Meeers. Wm.M'CuUochand Co., Forwarding Agents, Melbourne._ _6^74

ST. JAMBS* OHTJROH,

MOBDETH,

THE NEW ORGAN of this Church ha ving been

erected there will be SPECIAL SER VICES on SUNDAY, Dec. 16tb, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.. ; also, a CHILDREN'S SERVICE, at i p.m. same day.

: .A SPECIAL SERVICE will alBO.be held on WEDNESDAY, Deo. 19, at 7.30 p.m. The O FYER TORIES at these .Services will be devoted ,to the ORGAN FUND. 8672

"WAST MAITLANJ» OO.OPEBATIVa

BAKING fSOCIBTT. A.

">£

SPECIAL MEETINi

the above Society Jill be held at MR. WHY'S JtOOM, High-street, on THUBSDAY, December 20th, at < Bight p.m.,. for the THE ACTION OF THE

lurpose fit. CONFIRMING plRECTORS in purchasing

Í680

%>'

of SHAREHOLDERS'^

O Land for building PremiSBs, and also to consider the r belt means for the carryiig out of the above'object,

W. M, NEWTON,

Secretary.

ORAND AMATEUR

CONCERT,

ON BalALF OF

ST. MARY'S

SCHOOL

CHURCH DEBT,

IT

OF ARTS,

WEST MAITLAND,

THURSDA1 ' EVENING,

20TH INSTANT.

PLAN of the Hall X Mr. Clark's, High-Btreet,

where Reserved Chairs, 4s. each, can be secured. Tickets for ithnr seats, 3s. and 2s. euch, may be obtained froa Messrs. W. Lipscomb, C. M. Clark, T. W. Pearse, J . Blair, or any member of

Committee.

Programme in next 6 iturday's Mercury.

One of Erard's Grand Concert Pianofortes will be used on this occasion. |

Joint Hon. 857»

JAMES U

nuns, 1 _... .

PRENTICE, ; Secretaries.

GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS.

GREAT NORTHERN LINE.

Christmas Holidays, 1877,

AN»

NEW YEAE'S DAY, 1878.

FROM the 21ST ' DBOEMBKB, 1877, to the IBT

JANUARY, 1878, inclusive, EXCURSION TICKETS (1st and 2nd Class) WILL BE ISSUED to und from All Stations at a SINGLE FARE for the DOUBLE JOURNEY, available for return for Fourteen Days from date of issue.

CHEAP ÈXCUKSION TICKETS 2ND CLASS, AT ONE PBNNY HALFPENNY PER MILE, will be I8SU15D at All Stations north of Singleton by the Up M«il Train on the 25th and 31st December, and «t All Stations and by All Trams on the £6th Decem- ber, 1877, and 1st Jaauiiry, 1878.

Minimum ch»rge. le. 6d, ? ,

Childrtjn under two years of age (in charge of parents or guardians) Free, from two to twelve years Half-price.

For particulars of extra trains to be run on Boxing and New Year's Days, see future advertisement.

JOHN RAE,

Commissioner for Railways. Department of Public Works,

Railway Branch,

Sydney, 7th December, 1877. 8344

MAY, 1878 THE MAIUKN PLATE, A Sweepstakes of 3 Sovs for all maiden nortes

second horse to receive

Penalties for winning al twice or more, 7 lbs. On now received by the und of general entry

8253

bach, with 50 Sovs. added

t the time of entrance 10 Sovs. from the Prize jr entrance -once, 5 lbs.

and a half mile. Entries rsigned, and cloae on day Entrai :e, 2 Sovs.

RICl|\RD CRACKNELL,

Secretary,

irXTBAOEDINAHT AHBTOUWOBMENT.

R

SHACI1NEK

GREAT

ART UNION

witt TAKE PLACE

ON THURSDAY, 20TH DECEMBER,

AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M., AT THE

CITY HALL, NEWCASTLE. Secure your Tickets for the above without delay. 8385

FLAGGY CREEK will be ye from Doe. 13. 8592 NOTICE,-The GATE

LOCKKD in Eipht

Î

[3767] The Treasury, New South Wales,

30th November, 1877. FAYBLBlliT Ol' BENT8 Oí1 BUBS.

HOLDERS OF BUNS in the 2nd Clnss Settled and

Unsettled Districts, are reminded that by the 19th Clause of Part 2 of the Regulations under the Lands Acts Amendment Act of 1875, the RENTS of all Runs MUST BE PAID on or before the 31st proximo.

Persons tendering payments will be required to state the Lessee's name, District, and name of Run.

A pamphlet having been published, showing the Rents payable on the various Run« of the Colony, copies of the same can be obtained at the Govern- ment Printing Office, at a charge of Is. 6d. each.

8529 W. A. LONG.

NOT

o m.

N OTIC M.-ALL PARTIES

FIRM OF BLAXL

ticularly requested to PA ONCE, as we have Disso efQuxion of time. Any C1 requested to be sent in for

Fordwich, 3lst Oct., 187;

INDEBTED to the

ND & PATON are par TnEIR ACCOUNTS AT ced Partnership through ims against the Firm are liquidation.

LAXLAND & PATON.

8428

NO Til C B3. PERSONS USING THE

through the AUSTR COMPANY^ WARRAH

Black Creak towards Murr i CLOSE T BE GATES,

SUFFERENCE TRACK LLIAN AGRICULTURAL ESTATE, leading from rundi, are requested to

The Company has been i it to annoyance and, loss by the Gates being left opt i. And the public are reminded that the only ren îdy lett to the Company, if this Notice is not attende 1 to, will be to withdraw the privilege by which the 'rack is in use.

' JE SE GREGSON,

A. A, Company, Newcastle,!

6th Bec, 1877. I 8445

Geal.Supt.A. Af-Co.

Bev. Dr. Somerville

IN THE

WESJEYAN CHURCH,

AtLABLB, AND KINDLY LENT,)

RIDAY, at Twelve Noon, and at Half-past Seven in

Twelve. Noon, to Children,

li Conduct the Service of Song.

SCATS OPEN TO ALL.

R. T. HILLS, Hon.Sec; R. BLAIR, Treasurer.

S'

livery to 85S3

TBN POUN >S HBWABD.

TOLEN OR STRATE ), a ROAN HORSE, with J small white spots, s: tall star on forehead, »god, branded 2 on near shoul er over an illegible brand. The above REWARD « li be paid by the undea signsd upon CONVICT [ON of the THIEF or THIEVES; and £6 Reí ard, if Strayed, upon de

JAMES SMITH,

Doughboy Hollow. TWO ÏOTJJTÔà RHWAJU».

LOST, a BAY HORSE, bell brand, from Stoney

Creek. The above reward on delivery to the

andemgned. - ^ ^ ^^VORÜ.

BUGGY HOBBS.

W

ANTED to Purchase, a GOOD BUGGY

HORSE!; must b» guaranteed perfectly quiet and staunuh. Apply to ?

g575 SPARKE t CLIFT.

WANTED, a SOBER ACTIVE MAN, as STORE

KEEPER, must understand Slaughtering and Salting Meat. Apply to

J. B. BETTINGTON,

Brindley Park.

4th Dec, 1877. 8a23

W

ANTED. BUYERS f* 5000 FEET of BATTENS

- - SCANTLING, and lo.ooo

6000 FEET of 842»

FEET ASSORTED WHEELWRIGHT TIMBER (all Seasoned), Send for Pri4a (Low).

bOHN PATON,

Steam Sap and Planing Mills,

-, Fordwich.

W

ANTED, after Chrisllnns, a Woman as Cook and

Laundress. Mrs Davis, Puen Buen, Scone. 8526

w

8565

ANTED TO PURCHASE, 100 HEAD SADDLE ,

HORSES. Apply!

BA. CRAUSE,

Boyal Oak,

Campbell's Hill.

w

ANTED, a General

¡DRAPER, for Gunnedah. References. DATIS COHEN & Co. 8567

W

A'-TED, a GIRL as

»enoral Servant. Mrs. J.

MITCHELL, Dunmlre. 8584

ANTED, n LAD to lo make him elf useful

kafter a Horse, Milk, and

W. H. Mullen. 8593

ADDITIONS, io., OOTJBT-HOUBB),

MTJSWBLLBBOOK.

Department of Public Works,

Sydney, 7th December, 1877.

FRESH TENDERS will be received at this Office,

until Eleven o'clock on TUESDAY, the 27th instant, for ADDITIONS, &c, at the COURT-HOUSE, MUSWELLBRQOK.

For full particulars see Qoternment Gazette, a file of which is kept at every Po ice Offloe in the Colony. 8559 TENDERS are invited until Noon of FRIDAY, the

21st ¡nat., tor the Carpenter, Joiner, and Finishing Trades, of a SHOP AND DWELLING HOUSE in GEORGE-STREET, SINGLETON, for Mr. Edwd. Ham. Plans and Spécification to be seen at Mr. Ham's Store and at my Office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

JNO. W, PENDER, i

Architect,

8568 W. Maitland.

BOROUGH OF BAST MAITLAND.

TENDERS will be received at this Office until

Seven o'clock on MONDAY, the 17th instant, for the .LEASING of the following TOWN RE- SERVES, from January 1st, 1878, to the 31st December ensuing, viz.:

No. 1-STOCKADE HILL RESERVE No. 2- " " "

Alse, the TWO PADDOCKS adjoining the Sale-/ yards, together with the use of Saleyards fer grazing

purposes.

P. BOWES,

Council Clerk.

Council Chambers, 11th December, 1877. 8564

A

GBASB 1 ) LET.

GOOD RUN FOR CA ÍTLE, plenty of GRAS8 and WATER., and Pi ning on to a Reserve of

6400 Acres,

For terms apply to

GEORiE ARMSTRONG,

8447

Mount Vincent, "

East Maitland.

To Merchants, Storekooepors, and Others,

ON THE LOOK-OUT FOB

COMMODIOUS BUSINESS PREMISES.

i -

TO LET, for a Term of Years, those M AGNIFÍCENT

NEW STORES recently erected by Mr, D. M'Callum, situated in George street, Singleton, im- mediately opposite the Market Reserve and Recrea- tion Grounds, and occupying the most commanding position for a Large Business Establishment. The Shop Premises is 30 feet wide by 33 feet deep, Magnificent Plate GlasB Front, and every conveni- ence for carrying on a Large and Profitable Business. For particulars apply to JAMES P. QUINN, Auctioneer, Land, and Estate Agent, George-street, Singleton ;

or io

MR. D. M'CALLUM,

On the Premises,

George street,

8540 Singleton.

TO LET, a FARM, by Tender, for a term of five

years, on Moore Creek, seven miles from Tamworth, belonging to the late W. J. Coulton, con- sisting of 900 Acres (more or less), all securely fenced, 59 acres under cultivation, with a Good Shingled^.House, Garden, and Kitchen with a gal- vanised iron roof, containing three rooms, brick oven, pump, and well, a gooa stockyard, and draft- ing yards ; a Gallows for Butchering Business, which is carried on by A. Brown, whose lease expires on

the 1st of January, 1677.

Tenders to be sent m on or before 14th December, 1877, to JAMES SNEDDON or QEOBGB PALMEB, Tamworth. 7256

FOR PRIVATE BALK,

BABXT S T A T I O » '

NEAB NUNDLE.

THIS STATION, situated near Nundle, contain«

area of 60,000 ACRES LAND, Splendidly Grassed and Permanently Watered.

THE STOCK

Consists of small Herd of REMARKABLY WELL

BRED CATTLE.

The Auctioneers beg to draw especial attention te this Property, which would prove almost invaluable in times of drought as refuge for Stock from the

Plains.

A large quantity of Stack could be at once placed

upon it

For terms, 4c., apply to

SPARKE * CLIFT,

West Maitland.

Nov. 23,1877._8169

FIRST-CLASS SAW-MILLS, lot sale, capable oi

cutting 40,000 teet weekly. Apply to

R. BRECKENRIDGE,

6576 Newcastle,

BOllIOB, npflE UNDERSIGNED

ia a Buyer of YOUNG

X STORE EWES, in spy numbers. Particulars

and price addreaBed to

7662

¡&. A. MORRIS,

Kienbry,

Baradine.

TOWN or

aUUNBDAH

VALUABLE TOWN and SUBURBAN ALLOT

MENTS, for PRIVATE DISPOSAL, favourably

situated for business sites o¿>{pjip*^Eiirpo8eB.

f Auctioneer, &c>r~

7843 Gunnedah.

1 BROTTINO MAOHINÜ '

FOR SALE, a NAPIER PERFECTING PRINT

ING MACHINE, on which the Maitland Mercury was printed for about six years-1870 to 18/5 'the size of the Mercury page was then about Imperial broadside, 21¿ by 30$ inches, and the machine table took four of these pages at once Will print any smaller size The machine is several years old, and the buyer is invited to examine it closely as it stands, as it will be sold with all faults Personal inspection necessary Low price for cash, as the s, ace it occupies is wanted by ua.

TUCKER, GILLIER AND THOMPSON Mercury Office, Maitland,

^_November 8, 1877._

jnHATilBLD 6 MACKENZIE! have coaataoth V FOR SALB

»U»K, STEAM, INSURANCE, COAL,

MINING, and other SHARES,

Jai onruro« of Government and Pubho Compinin

\9T NEW FIXT-STBKKI, 8sr»»**

QBBosit» th* Sxohanc* i6576

JOSEPH PALMBK,

STOCK AND SSARE BROKER,

177, P1T.T-STBEET, SYDNEY, |

HAS always BUYERS and SELLARS of GO-

VERNMENT AND OTHER DEBENTURES, also SHARESiu/h» various Colonial «Bank, Steam Navigation, Insuranca, Gps, Coal/4»nj6ctm4 Mining Companies. My4C tZ- ¿^'dJt1

J P has amen pleasure in Postinf*TJopies of his Monthly Share List to Applicants, and in furnishing full Information, and Advising to the best of his judgment, either personally or by letter, as to the various investments offering.

Volunteer Land Orders Bought and Sold Letters and Telegrams promptly Replied to, 4361

'-i II...

Dentistry Dentistry

ME. J. jfLACMUME,

VERTUST,

No. 6, WYNYARD-SQUARB, SYDNEY

WHO HAS GAINED the SILVER MEDAL

1876, and GOLD MEDAL, 1877, at the MAIT LAND SHOW, against all Competitors, for the best Exhibit of Genuine Mechanical Dentistry, begs to Intimate that his Professional Engagements will only enable him to Stay in Maitland Two Days Every Month (unless specially re- quired).

His Visits for the future will therefore be

NEWCASTLE :

FIRST MONDAY EVERY MONTH

at the Great Northern Hotel«

MAITLAND ;

THE

Tuesday and Wednesday Following

AT HIS

PRIVATE ROOMS, DEVONSHIRE-STREET,

PAINLESS EXTRACTION, by the aid of his own apparatus, safely performed.

TEETH STOPPED with Gold Platina Paste ol Enamel.

MR. J. J. KACHAUME respectfully Invites INSPECTION OF HIS SPECIMENS OF DENTISTRY, manufactured solely by his own bands, Exhibited in the Window of Mr. TV. LIPS- COMB'« Establishment, West Maitland. 6677 0~~ RLANDO JONES' RICE STARCH exceeds in

t strength/ivory other Starch ,/is made in the

usual way|¿3rtfltó/lrath ^«SjWl iraesAEfne Glaze

Sold by the Jirincipal Grocers in the Colon*.

Wholesale Agents-E aud W. PAUL, SydneV, 459

DENTISTRY.

MR. JOHN SPENCER

»ENTIST,

8, WYNYARD-SQÜARB,

vrrno HAS GAINED THB N. 3. w. KA. W HIBITK» MEDALS for ARTIFICKAl TEIETKI during Soven Successive Years against Ul competitors ; also the LONDON INTKB. NATIONAL GOLD MEDALS, and the PRIZE MEDAL at the CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, PHILADELPHIA,

Tints Maitland and Newcastle Professionally

every Monta-One Day only.

THE DATE OF NEXT VISIT will be NEWCA8TLE-FBXDAY, December 7th

MAITLAND-SATURDAY, December 8th,

Consulting Rooms: Da. STBIDE'S High-s'reet

West Maitlaad._ 552

WOBMLEY HOUSE \

GRAMMAR SCHOOL,

EAST MAITLAND.

HAVING SECURED the LEASE of the Commo-

dious Prsmisea formerly occupied by the late Mr«. Muir, of East Maitland, I have much pleasure in announcing to my friends and the public generally that it is my intention TO OPEN THK SAME AS A GRAMMAR SCHOOL at the beginning of the year.

Wormlpy House is situated on one of the best sitea in East Maitland, nnd from its elevated posi- tion commands one of the best views in the district.

Having had many yoars' experience as a teacher in South Australis, and having received a liberal education, I bave no doubt as to my ability to give complete satisfaction to those parents wbo shall hoDur'me by entrusting their sons to mv care.

The Comfort and Advancement of Boarders will receive especial attention at Wormley Houe» ; whilst, owing to the number of dormitories at my disposal, the injurious method of crowding many boys into one apartment at night will be avoided.

The Denominational position oi Boarders will not in any case be interfered with, but their moral training will receive especial attention, and every opportunity taken to inculcate manly and honorable principle«. Unless otherwise instructed by Parents, Boarders will attend on Sunday the Church of England service.

Pupils will be chiafly advanced in those studieB for which they exhibit most aptitude, as I deem it unwise, in the extreme to waste a lad's time in forcing him to devote his attention to noii-eesenlmls, towards which he manifests decided aversion. Bearing this in mind, it shall be my constint study and aim to ascertain the peculiar qualifications nnd tastes ot my pupila, and 1 invite irom parema the fullest con- fidence ; for the -neglect of this matter on the part of teachers and parents has been the cause of ruin to many a -youth, who, if otherwise dealt with and trained, would have been a success instead of a failure in the community.

The curriculum will embrace the usual branches of i-n English education, including Mathematics, Physics, Classics, Elementary Drawing, and Book- keeping. Extras : French, German, Music, Dancing, Drawing, and Painting.

TEEMS PUB QUABTEB, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

Resident Boarders:

Under twelve years of age. X13

Over " " . ¿14 Weekly Boarders X2 less than Resident Boardera.

Day Scholars :

Under twelve years of age. X2 Over " " " . X3

Day Boarders Xü extra.

Liberal allowance made to sons of Clergymen of all Denominations, and in the csao of brothers attend- ing the School.

. Numerous testimonials on application. For further particulars apply to me.

Pupils will assemble at Ten a,m" Jan. 14th, 1878,

WILTON HACK,

Principal,

Wormley House Grammar School,

East Maitland.

TESTIMONIALS.

Education Offices,

Adelaide, Nov. 1st, 1877. My dear Mr. Hack

I hear you are about to devote yourself to the work of teaching, For this I think, you are espe- cially qualified, You have the knowledge, the tact, the geniality, the enthusiasm, and last, but not least, the "vis vivida animi," without which no man   can be a good teacher, and with which it is scarcely possible for any man to be a bad one.

From my knowledge of you when a boy under my instruction, and from my notice of your career since, I shall feel great pleasure in testifying to your capa- bilities and worth, if by so doing I can be of any

service to you.

Believe me,

' Ever yours sincerely,

EDWD, DEWHURST,

Senr, Inspr. Schools,

Norwood Grammar School,

South Australia, October 28th, 1877.

Mr. Wilton Hack was for several years associated with this Institution, and always acted in such a way as to secure the highest esteem and confidence of myself and all connected with the conduct of the school, and his severance from us in consequence of his leaving the colony (S. Australia) was a source of

great regret.

In addition to many admirable qualifications as a teacher, Mr. Hack possesses in an eminent degree the faculty of winning the confidence and affection of the boys-an influence which I observed it was his aim to direct, so as to make his pupils manly, truthful, and industrious. I have much pleasure in stating that I consider Mr. Hack well qualified to take the superintendence of boys and youths.

THOMAS CATERER,

Principal,

Norwood Grammar School.  

BOAHDIWG SCHOOL FOB YOUNG LADIES

MORPETH.

Principal: MISB BALDOCK.

hrofettor of Music & Singing : Itara BKCKEB, R.A.M' Profmor of Dancing ana Calisthenic Exercises : C

M, CLABK,

MISS B ALPOCK is assisted by an EXPERIENCED

GOVERNESS, and Guarantees a FIRST-CLASS ENGLISH EDUCATION.

. The Bushing Quarter commences Jan. 10th,-1878." Excellent Accommodation afforded to resident pupils, Highest Clerical References. i

Terms, etc, on application to Principal, 0963

SUTGLETOíí

QHAMI

MMAU SCHOOL

rpHE Guarantors have nuch pleasure in informing JL the present and nteudlng supp >rtois of the School that it will 'or the future bo CONDUCTED by MR. F. LYON WEIS ¡, St. John's Client Hurst pierpoint, England, som time »nd roconily a master of the Sydney Gramme SLIIÚO), «H» HOW l'uucipol of the Turnworth and lortheru Districts Grammar

School.

Mr. Weiss' Testimonl ils justify tin» Guarantors in selecting him from nuong the other candidates as eminently qualified te sustain the reputation and perpotuate the success o this School, which for tho future will have Amalgn natod with it the Tamworth and Northern Districts G rammar School, ard will be carried on under the n ma of the " Singleton and Northern Districts Gram our School."

The Guarantors tmve boen greatly influenced in the selection of Mr. Wo is by the tuet of thuir feel- ing confident from Mr. Weiss' manngument of his last school, and his testii onials, that his educational opinions and characterist cs are very similnr to thosa of the late Principal, and conatqurutly that th«

School will hi» conduct! and with the sam» succei

The School will Br< Vacation on THUBSDAI aftei the Distribution of

on MONKAY, the 28th J(

in the Binnu liberal spirit

AB hitherto,

»k-up for the Christmas

20th December instant, 'rises, and will Meet again îuory, by which time th» New School Buildings wil be finished.

The new Headmaster will be Inducted at the Distribution of Prizes, at 1 will be present at th» School for some days prliious, in order to maka

necessary explanations rejecting the arrangements

for the ensuing quarter, Al

ALBERTlJOHN GOULD,

Solicitor for Ihe Guarantors, Grammar

Bchfaol, Singleton.

Singleton, Dec., 1877. I 8583

TAMWORTH AND NOfcEHlSHW D1BTBICT3

QEAMMAB leOHOOL.

[N determining upon th

this School with the SINGLETON GRAMMAR

lily determined by tho

AMALGAMATION of

SCHOOL, I have been mai)

following cowiderations:- i

At Singleton I will have} i pressly built for its present!

the associations of a town, and ¿quail' d by but two or three other Schools of thl colony in point of size, salubrity of position, and sintability ol building for a High-clasB Boarding Schol"

I will be eniibled to re| staff of Resident Masters

is found in but very fev colony.

As the difforense betweftn the time and expense of journev to Tamworth i id that of one to Single- ton is trifling, and rapidly ¡ rowing less, the removal of this School to Singlet n will but little incon- venience those of the uppt

be more convenient for the le residing south of these last-mentioned parts.

I therefore feel confide

this School with the Bind

shall be studying the inter* ts of those who have to cordially given and promis d me their support.

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a School building ex Ipurpose, removed from

in such an educational A Visiting Prolessors as similar Schools of the

.Northern Districts, and

t that in Amalgamating etcn Grammar School I

LYON WEISS,

Headmnstor.

Dr. Somervillq's Meetings.

SANE SONGS AN SANKEY'S SONSS

ËTS

SOLOS ! AND SOLOS I

ENLARGED ENLARGED

EDITION! EDITION'l

AS ÜSKD IN THE ABOVE I VANdEMST'S MEETINGS,

To be h d in

CLOTH-WORDS ONLY PAPER-WORDS ONLY

CLOTH-WORDS AND MUSIC PAPER-WORDS AND MUSIC.

KOBEHT BLAIR,

, HAITI UN). « am

SÄNKE Y'8

LATEST

To be used at DR. SOMERVILLE1

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H Y, M N S,

DITION,

'S SERVICES'. G. LIPSCOMB,

High-street,

flew Forwarding Agency*

GmEBAL NOTICE.

ON and after 1ST NOVEMBBB, the undersigned

will have

ESTABLISHED THEMSELVES

AT ( , ...

QUIRINDI AND WARRAH

AS ,; j,

iFo:E^w.A.:RT)i:isrGh

AND ''

GENERAL COMMISSIOrAGENTS,

AND ' » '

PRODUCE DEALERS,

UNDBB THE STYLE OÏ

GEORGE FIELD I CO1

The former long connection of our Mr. Geo. Field as agent for Cobb & Co. at Murrurundi, and sines with Mr. Chas, E. Jaques, may be taken as a guarantee that husiness entrusted to the new firm will have close attention, and that the interests ol constituents will bo carefully watched over.

Our Charges will be Ia»wer Than

Other Agents,

And as we will have no large staff to support, these can bo maintained. The business, therefore, of Station Holders, Storekeepers, Auctioneers, Pub* licans, and others of the Northern and North« Western Districts is asked for,

GEORGE FIEBD.

Agent» to R. J. Nowland'« Mail Coaches and Express Vam«

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