JlaU ftg Auction>
BY MR. SAMUEL LYONS..
On Wednesday September 2,' at the Stores
of Messrs. JONES and WALKER., corner of Hunter and Pitt-street, at 11 u'Clock. FIFTY EIGHT Chests Hyson Skin
Tea, ex John Bull and Cumberland, (broken Chests but not otherwise da- maged) ; _
15 Boxes window glasN;
Irountnng ry consisting of lucks, hinges,
gimblets, suws, planes, screws, &<.« ; A quantity of Irish butter;
12 Pipes'of Bcniearlo wine ;
50 Dozen. of Sherry, Burgundy, Hock
Claret, Muscalel, Champagne, &c. left over from last Salo sundry half worn
Damaged canvas ; Pepper, ginger, T ipioca, &c.
Precisely at one o'clock, to close Consignments npWENTY TWO Cases of Arrack ; ' ?
JÍ- 8<5Ca«.esof Bottled urandy 1 in. Bond} Ex
3 Pipes of Brandy;,,. fsuhjectto £ Dragon 2 Cases of Gin; Ç the old .Ç from
20 Cans of Paint' Oil ; J Du>y 3 Bn'tavia; 15 Jars of SpiritB of Turpentine, with many other'
Goods tuo numerous for Insertion. ..
Terms made known at the Time of Sale. \ ' '
T a- M~EETlNG~of the RACE and
JOCKEY CLUIÍ, held at -the Red Gow Inn, Parramatta, on Saturday - Evening, ZZnd Inst, for the purpose of appointing à Treasurer, Collector', Clerk of the Course, &¡c.~The Meeting was attended by a numerous body of the In-
habitants, and after some arrangements',, being proposed, the Meeting was postpo- ned until Saturday, the 29 í A Instant, when the inhabitants are requested to
ON SALE at the Stores of A. B SPARK,
Rum, brandy, and geneva in bond ; Taylor's and East India pale ale;
Madeira wine, in pipes and hogsheads;, Red wine in casks;
Superior port and sherry in bottle ; Teneriffe wine in quarter casks; .
An invoice of the finest wearing apparel;
from the house of Messrs. McCallan and Sons, London ; . An invoice of books ;
A 100 gallon still complete;
Turpentine, and boiled linseed oil ; .
White lead, black, red, and green paints ;
Stoved salt, tin plates, duck, dowlas, drill,
Flannel, blue and black cloths and cassi-
Slops, damask table cloths;
Hoop, nail, rod, round, square, and bar
iron, &c. &c.
the River-built, fast pulling, four oared GIG, " the Australia," the property of A. W. SCOTT, Esq. She is cop- per fastened, and won easily the last race, against five other four-oared boats. Apply to A. B. SPARK.
r|T!HE COMMANDER, of ,the brig JL Amethyst, hereby Cautions the Inhabitants against giving Trust or' Credit lo the Crew of the said Vessel, as he will not be responsible for any Debts by
l li em couti acted.
IOR LONDON' DIRECT^
The fin? *ir«T Oh»a*. nrmod, River'built Ship Doncaster, Ca'pt. ß. D. MIDDLTTON, is now laid on lor the ahove Port. This Ship presents u favour- able oppoituuily for the Slnppeis of W< ol to get their produce eaily lo market. She ha» very superior Accommodatio 8 for Pas- sengers, und caines an experienced Sur-
For Freight pr Passage, apply to thf Com
mnnder on bonid, or to GEO. BUNN.
P.S. Mr. BUNN will mike liheinl Ad- vance* lo Shippers of Wool per Doncaster, ronsiomd to his Coripipoiirlents in Loudon, Mefcsis. Buckles, BagsUr, & Buckles.
FOR LONDON DIRECT.
HRpHE new British-built Barque
,BL EAMONT, JAMES WALMES
- LEY, R. N. Commander.
This Vessel is daily expected, and will commence loading- for England immediately she is discharged. She has excellent Ac- commodation, and sails well.
For Freight or Pacage apply to
LAMB, BUCHANAN, & CO. N. B. RJessri. L. li and Co. will make Advances on Goods consigned to their Part-
ners in London.
FOR SWAN RIVER, the
fine fast sailing Brig FAITH,
HENRY WILLETT, Commander, 136 Tons Register, will sail for the above Port in all next Month.
For Freight or Passage, apply to Captain WILLETT on board, or to
J. B. BETTINGTON.
FOR SWAN RIVER "BTRECT.
iHEnilE new Substantial Built cop-
ia pered Schooner H ARLEQUIN, R. SCOTT, Master, gO tons burthen, will Sail in about Thrte Weeks. A consi-
derable Part of her Freight and Passage Room being engaged. Au early Applica tion is iieressaiy, as this Vessel combines Fast-sailing, and carrying her Cargo on an easy diaught of Water, will enable her to go over Ihe bar and land her Caigo ut the Set- tlement. For participais Apply lo
S ipbmlder, Mill Port. FOR LONDON VIA HOBART TOWN
THE SHIP PRINCE REGENT.
THIS Ship being under par-
ticular engagement to return to Hobart Town, where two thiida of her Cargo is now ready, will leuve this Port on the 4th of September.
For Frtight or Passage lo either Poit, apply- to C'a ptnin MALLARD, on board,
OR SALE, by the ubo\e Ship, two London ri er built WHALE BOATS, with Ours complete; alo two clients of Whaling Gear, and one of Coopeis' Tools ; also, ¡m Eight Day Chronometer by French, which bus kept an admirable Rate during the \oyage from England.
Sydney, loth August, 1829.
Foi« SaEe, Freight, or Charter.
n|T\HE fine substantal River
i! built Barque J ANE, 221 Ton»
per Register, last from London direct, wher>' *''e «ji amply equipped lor a Two Yenia* Voyage, stows a huge Cargo for her Tonnage, and Sails well. F<-t Paiticulais apply to Capt. ELLSWORTHY, on Board the J «ne; to Capt. MIDDLETON, on Roard the Doncaster ; or, to
CAPTAIN CHURCH, Ship Harmony. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
r» (ngniIE Fine fiist Class B-igP\
Jg|v IB. TIENCE, Captain JOHN SÖESS^MATHKW'S, 208 Tons Register, is leatly for Sea at the Shotted Notice. Ap- plication on board, or to
JONES AND WALKER
THE Undersigned do themselves the
Pleasure to announce to the Pub- lic,, that ,they have Icas'ed' the above "Mills, which arevin at most complete
state of repair,\and the .machinery in excellent, condition., They, arc con- stantly, at ;,wo'rk, and from their superi- ority, Settlers'living in .the District of . Windsor/Richmond, Liverpool, and the
'Nepean, will "find it to'their advantage in patronising these Mills. Paddocks and Stabling ,are provided gratis for their teams;" and every possible des- patch may at all times be depended
Grinding and Di easing Wheat Is. per bushel, weighed in and out of the Mills.
Grinding Maize, Is. 3d. per bushel.
Fine Flour, 27s ; seconds, 23s. per Í00 lbs. good Corn Meal, 13s. per 100 lbs. Bran 20d. per bushel, a constant Supply
to be had at all times at the Mills; at Mr.'GÎBLERT'sJunior, Parramatta ; or Mr. THJDMAS RAINE; Sydney, Agents to the above Establishment,
v P. S.-Good Wheat purchased in any Quantity for Cash.
JOHN HILL BLANCHARD & Co. TO PARENTS and GUA RDI ANS.
An Apprentice wanted by a Chemist and Ditigüist, a resptct ble and well edu- cated Youth, who will be made thorough!) acquainted with the Business. A Pi emin m will be expected. Application lo A. Z. Gazette Office._
TO Cov r this Season, at Ba\ ley Paik
CHILTON, Junior; by Chilton, out of 'Arcadia Soi cerer Mare, Sire dam t>i>tei
to Rumbo, by Whiskey, out of Spinel ton, by Trumpet». Young Chil on wa«, bieii by It chard Wilson Esq. ol Beddelston, foi a proof of hi-pedigie, see Stud Book, Vol. 2, page 351.
Teims, 10 Guiñees and 2s. 6d. the Grot m. The service of'the horse will he given the following beuton Kiatit., to those maies'not proving in foal and that cannot be ptoved barren, ho will appear evei j 9th day at Parramatta, Windsor, and Richmoi d
Fmther notice will be guan.
TO r/iiS. TRUSTEES of CLERGY
AND SHCOOL LANDS IN THE
COLONY.-In pursuance of the Royal Chai ter in that Behalf, tim next Quarterly General Court of the Trustees will be holden in thtir Office, Macquat ic-placc on Tuesday, the En st Day of September, 1829, al Twelve' o' Clock pi ecitely.
? Clerk of the Corporation,
CORPORATION OFFICE, Jua. 13,1829.
ROOTY HILL ESTAIT.
0 be LET by PUB LIC AUCTION, at the Office of the Corporation of Trustees of Clergy and School Lands, at 12 o'Clock, on Thursday, the '24<A Septem ber, 1829, for a term of twenty one years, with immediate possession, the ESTATE of ROO I Y I J ILL, in the County of Cumberland, divided into Allotments as foi"
low ; viz»
No. 1.-fis described in a separate Advcr
iisimcnt, being intended for a Village. J
No. 2.-Containing 732 Acres, of which
500 cire cleared, with 6 Miles 5 Furlongs of Tenting, a Dwelling House, and Outhouses and having Ft outage on the East Crek and
No. 2*~-Contuining 1,110 Acres, of which
3(i5 aie cleured, with 8 Milts 2 Furlongs of Fencing, and also hacina; Frontages in the East Creek ' and If i st ci n Roads , This Allot' , ment adjoins Major DRUITT's
No. 4.-Containing 1,528 Acres, of which
308 are cleared, with ti Miles 5 Furlongs of Fencing, und Commu- nication £¿r Means of a Hoad, reserved tin ough the othe' AUot , tnents, with the Western and Rich-
mond Roads. This Allotment adjoins Mr. JAMES WHALANDS Farm, and extends to the East Creek, bj whiih it is watet ed.
No.ö.-Containing 1,280 Acres, with
Frontage on the East Creek and
Communication with the Western and Richmond Roads.
No. 6.-Containing l,6o6 Acres, with 3
Miles AJ-Furlongs of Fencing, and Frontage on the East Creik ajul Richmond Roads, i This Allot in nt adjoins the Properties 'of Mr. R, FITZGERALD and J. M'l.oucnuN, and Black Town
No. 7.-Containing 2,009 Acta, having 3
Miles, 2 Fut longs of Fern ing and having communication reserved wit h the Western Road, extending buck
io Rope's Cieek. This Allot- ment adjoins the Estute* of Capt. Kixc and Dr HARRIS. . . The Ret t is lo be increased 25 per Cent, on the Rate first fixed, at the end of each Period of Seven Years ; but the Tenant will have the option of turt endering his Lease, or of continuing it fur the whole
Pet ind on th se Ttrms.
All Clauses inlro'luced in the Grant to the Trustees will be inserted m the Lease.
The Evpense of the Lease must be dtf frayed by ¡the Lessee, and Security given if required, for the due Performance of all
A Plan of the Es tule, diiidcd according to the foregoing Arrangement may be seen, and further Particu'ars of the Terms of the Lease known, upon Application at this Oßce. By Order,
Clerk of the Corporation.
CORPORATION OFFICE, AUG 13, 1829. TO MECHANICS AND OTHERS.
THE 'IRUSTICS OF THE CLERÖV
Ann SCHOOL LANDS hereby give Notice, that a 'Pot¿ion of the ROOTY HILL ESTATE, about Halfway between Parramatta 'attd Emu Plains, has been di- vided into Allotments, containing about Ten Act es each, as the Si'e of coi bil ended' Village.
The Soil is of a good Quality, and the Spot selected seems well adapted for the Rrsidence of Mechanics and olheis. being bounded on the Western Road and Ettst Ct eek, and si- tuated in the Centre of a populous District, containing several extensive Private Esta-
The Lots will be leased on moderate Rentals for Twenty-one Yeats.-Persons, desirous of obtaining theiv on the Terms fixed, are requtsted to apply by letter, addressed to the Ch'ik nt the Corpor.tiou, foin whom any further Particufais may be obtained. A Plan of the pi opesed Village moy be seen at Mr. WILLIAM DEA V'S lnnt
Clerk of the Corporation
S YDÑEYTAUG üST"2(4th, 18áy.
THE sudden and lamentable Death,
of Mr. GILCHRIST renders it my duty to offer myself as his Successor in the Tuition of your Children. Were I to neglect this opportunity of doing so, I should manifest'a criminal indifference to my own Interest;-a cold-hearted insensibility to the affectionate attach- ment of the young Gentlemen whom I have had the pleasure to Instruct during the last Nine Months;-and great in giatitnde to their Parents.
I am not, on this occasion, in the least influenced by a spirit of livalry towards other Gentlemen, who are occupied in similar Duties, nor am T so presump- tuous as to lay claim to superior Quali- fications as a Teacher. The tact or skill in Education which I may possess, has been perhaps estimated too highly, but I 'pledge myself, that such as it is, it shall be assidtousjy and conscientiously employed to promote the solid and rapid Improvement of the Pupils who may be entrusted to my care. - '
I bave the honor to be,
Your most obedient Servant, i
S. G. WILKS.