Sales by Auction, brtiuccn this and our
By Isaac Simmons and Co., at the
" Albion Inn" Maitland-Towt Al-
lotments of Land, and a quantity of
By T. W. Smart, at tho stores of Messrs.
Paul and Co., Charlotte Place, a quantity of merchandize, ex Runny vade, from China..
TO-MORROW, , ,
By W. Hebblewhitc, at tho stores of A.
B. Spark, Esq.-a quantity of Sta- tionary, Ironmongery, Paints, Glass, Wines, Cigars, and sundries. , Bv Mr. Liscouibo, at Bathurst,- Sheep
To the Editor of the Sydney Gazette.
ON reading of last Friday's Australian,
I observed a Letter signed Alfred Austin, relative to my Advertisment of Thursday last in which he states that he was the author of giving the notice to the public for the Sale of my Articles, "and ho does not think Mr. Onions was aware of it." In reply I beg leave to state Mr. Austin did call I believe on the 24th or 25th of May last, saying he had a demand against me for £8 from Mr. Onions; I told Him I would see the party myself. On the same day I had occasion to go to the bottom of the Brick- field Hill, when I saw Mr. Onions signaling at the corner of Hunter-stret, who said has my Collector called for the amount of the bill I hold of yours; I told him "yes, about an hour ago," but I will settle it in a few days ; to which Mr. O. replied, he shall not call again (the Collector) but be shall expose you in the Newspapers, and the articles shall be
advertised for sale.
I do also perceive in another column of the same Paper, a Letter signed G. Mawbey, formerly Clerk to the said Mr. Onions, stating that I carne with a pitiful tale, asking for the loan of Eight Pounds, which I totally deny, for I only asked for £7 at first, and Mr. O. was " kind enough" to charge me £l as interest for 14 days, which I gave him as I before
stated my acceptance for Eight Pounds ; "also I insisted on leaving'' as a collateral security the articles of Jewellery ; with respect to this part of Mr. G. M 's letter, I will leave it to the public to form their own opinion how far it is consistent that "I should
insist" on leaving my articles, independent of giving
my acceptance ; he further states they were accord-
ingly " booked" in the day book, " if so," why did Mr. O. refuse to give me an acknowledgement, stating the number of articles left; he has also stated with
regard to interest he thinks Mr. Onions never re-
ceived any ;'' let him ask Mr. O. if the very watch key now attached to his watch is not the same key I gave him, forming one of the articles he received, which I enumerated on account of interest thereon; and should it be further required, let Mr. G. M. ask his late Master if he recollects the person who was with him at the time when he received the " hair ring," should his memory fail, I will, through the medium of the Press, favour him with his name, also the person who was in company with him ar the time I gave the 9s.
By your giving the above a place in your columns, in reply, will much oblige.
LEWIS JOSEPH. June, 10, 1837.
tüfteatr* Boyal «uïraetn
^HE Public is most respectfully in
formed, that iii consequence of the favorable reception of " 1'IIE FARMER'S WIFE," ou Mon Jay Evening, it will be repeated.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1837,
Will be performed for the 2nd lime at this Theatre,
the admired Domestic Drama, called
THE FARMER'S WIFE.
Sir Charles.Courtly......Mr. Lazar Mrs. Cornflower...?.. Mrs. Taylor
AW AOMIABB SAVOfi,
BY MISS LAZAR«
To conclude with the Caledonian Drama, called
Stlje Bonnie í3o¡?»
T. ainxSS, Manager.
I TO COMPOSITORS. A
STEADY Hand may meet with constant employment.-Apply at this Office. 6ty?n«y Gátettt Offiu, \
Jim* 6, 1637. 5
Diocesan. Committee of the Societie for Promoting Christian Knowledgt and for Propagating the Cospel ia Foreign Parts,
ON TUESDAY, tho 20 h June, a
Sermon will bo preached iu t-t James'* Church, before the Members ol the above Committee by the, Rev. H. H. Hobart, A M., of Cliiint'i (Jhurch, Oxon ; Service to commence at Elevci
o'clock. After which, the Anniversary Meeting \vi|. be held ia St. James's Parochial School-room, Tin Right Rov. Lord Bishop of Australia in the Chair.
XBOXA8 ÏWACQTJOÏ», BBQ. 11CV. WXXAlAXrX COWVXm,
Secretaries, St. Jama'i Vtt'tm Room, }
Jua« 6,1837. %
An Assortment of New and Useful
ON SALB AT
PLATED CRU ET FRA M ES
Silver edges, rich cul G lusses, from at 4 lo £6 Ditto ditto revolving, J.6 10s
Plated Liqueur ditto. Silver edges, rich cut Glasses
from "¿4 to £h 10s
Eighteen Rocking Horses, sixes, from £1 5s to
Superior Musical Boxes, four tunes, "£10 10s
Ditto, six tunes, ¿l"i . ' Musical Snuff Boxes, from £\ 7s to £l 10s
One caso Clocks, best lirass Works and Chain, "£9
Uno ditto Ladies' superior Rosewood Work Uuxc?,
nch.y inlaid, 10s, 15s, aOs 25s, aud 30s Camon Crape Shawls, £3 lOs to"£4 10s
One case Bntish Plate Glasses, 2s, 4s, aud 6i Onu ditto ditto Swing duli), Us lo 10s Gd Sword and Birk Micks, 69, 7s and 8s
Ladies' India Rubber shoes, 7s per pair Pcrcu's'on Caps, plain, d4 lid, lluted 5s
One caso rich Lutestring Umbrellas, carved Ivory
handles Whalebone ribs, '¿¿J, 24s, and «Gb
Ore (Into, Gingh.m ditto, ditto ditto, 7s GJ, 8s Gd
Mandurin Chairs,for Invalids, £i 10s.
Russia Leather Draft Boaids, Dice and Men com-
plételos, i'4süd, 21s
Seed Bead Bracelets, los per'pair Micro^copesin cases, 2s Kaléidoscopes, Is Gd Egg Glasse», Is
Colored Plaiing Cards, 2s Plain ditto, Is 6d
Improved Steel Pens, 6d to Is 6d per card Mouth Organs, 3d to Is 6d
Leather Reticules, 5s k Transparent M a les, with .welvepicturCB, Is fid
Hour Ghsscs, 3s
H.iIf hour ditto,'¿9
Supeiior Fancy Soap, la Gd pcrlb
Geuilemon's.Travelling Dressing Cares,' lOsod China Vases,from 14» to J. 3 per pair One Case British Perfumery
Bridles. 7s Gd
Gig Whips,üi ,
Gold Coral Paning« £\ letonas
Night Light Wood, tid per box t Lucifer Matches, three box», is
Watch Glasses, Is - . Hat Biushes, 2s
Clothesditto, 2s to 4« I Hair ditto, 2s to 4s ' . '.-,"'. . I A ereat vaiiely of China Ornaments, 2s to 3s per
pair ' j
Seed Bevl Purses, 7s 6d
Dav and Night 'Telescopes,£1 lOs .
Moffitt's Cyclopaedia of popular Songs,'2»
Screw Pincushion", Is 6d Bronze Tea Bells, Is 6d
Trap, Bat and Balls, 2s per act
Pearl and Ivory Purse Shelis, Is to Is 6.1 per set Seed Beads all Colors, GJ per bunch
A great variety of cul Smelling Boitles 6d to Is Gd
Kempsou, Yates, ai.d Cu's. Shell Powder, in pound
packages, a euro remedy fur diseases of the fikin, 3s 3d per lb.
The Fundamental Laws according to the Penal Code
of China, with Dtct-onary and Grammar of Chinese Language, in 9 vol? octavo, £9 publishing piicc ¿'20, the only copy foi sale in tho Colony
With a multiplicity of sundry árdeles too uumqroua to
Sydney, June 12, 18>7.
A LL Claims to bo presented and all *? *. those who stand indebted to tho Undersigned arc requested to settle their respective accounts mmediatdy, he being about lo leave the Colony in the e suing month ; and 1 hereby caution all Persons against trespassing or cutting wood on my Farm at Shell Cove, Middle Harbour.-,
JOHN M'LEAN. Jim« !3¡>i 1837.
IF JAMES PRIME, does not como
forward and discharge my Claim, the Horse 'eft in my charge will be sold to delray the same, .wenty-one days after date.
Rofu'n Hool. Minto, f
June Ö, 1837. (
'PHE Sale of tho Village of Concord,
originally announced to take place on the 12th of this month, lias been postponed till the üOlh, in consequence of tho Surveyor, Mr. BEMI, being at present engaged marking out the necessary divisions.
k CHEQUE for £l<2 10s. Od. drawn ?**. by Mr. Manning, ben., m favor of James Bonnel ; who'ver will rttuin the sam» to t.ne un- dersigned, shall receive a reward of One Pound.
, JAMES BOWN EL.
Carpenter's Arms, ">
Pit; street, > Juno 12. 1837. 3
ANY Porson found Trespassing or
Cutting Timber at Ktjtnp's Creek, Cabramatta, known 'as Mr. Driver'»Farm, will be piosecuted ac coidmg to law.
RICHARD DRIVER. June 10,1837.
Crood nation Flour^
MADE FROM COLONIAL WHEAT,
At 15s. per lOOlbs.
FOR SALE BY
BARKER & HALLEN,
At their Steam Mills, Sussex-street.
Sydney, June 6, 1837.
HEAD COOK WANTED.
WANTED at tbe Pulteney Hotel,
a Head Cook ; as very liberal wages are given, none but Persons of Sober Habits, need apply. Wanted also, a Night Watchman.
BY A YOUNG MAN of respecta-
bility, a Situation as Clerk or Storekeeper, in a Merchant or other Office; would have no objection to proceed to the Interior ; Salary of not so much consiquence as immediate employment-Apply at
Mr. Perry's, opposite the Council Chambers, Mac j quarie-street ; ti by letter, (post paid).
June Vi, 1837.
A SITUATION as GARDNER, by a
man well qualified, especially as a Kitchin Gardner, and his Wife wno would have no obiecti a to t'a'-e charge of a small Dairy, Apply lo^W. L,, I ai this UiKcti (.< by letter, post paid).
SALES BY AUCTION.
l'o Close Accounts-Salo by Auction, by Is A AC
SIMMONS Ac CO., en MONDAY, the 19lh Instant, at E'evcn o'clock at the Mores of Messrs. Gcoige Porter ¿Co , Lasilcreagh-sUeet, by order
of iho Proprietor witUoul reservo.
I CASE ANCHOVY SAUCE
1 DiltoSolapomlors 70 Kc^s assorted Nails
20 Tonsditlo Iron.ex Fleanor and Lcwrj
1 Case» Townond t-uperfins Hats
An Invuicoof Wooden Turnery 1 Bale I caf Tobacco
49 Cases Havannah Cigars, ia bond
200 Ditto Chinsurah ditto
50 Casks fine Hanibro' Pork
10 Quarter Casks Purnull's best White Wine1
20 Casks Glass Ware, consisting of-Tumblers;
Lamp Shades and Chimneys
19 Hogshfends Favell, Budd St CoV French Claret 6 Cases Romula Wine, (G dezencach) 20 Hogsheads Port Wine 28 Quarter casks ditto
.10 Hogsheads Gin, in bond (by certificates)
20 Octivct fine Old East India Madeira
2 Cases fine Liqueurs, out of bond
With a lot of empty Water, Wine and Spirit Cask«;
sparo Topmast, Cabooses, and Suudry Ship SluieS.
To ma made known at timó of Sale,
Books, Stationery, Mu'ic, Paintings, Jewellery,
Plated Vt are, etc.-To be Sold by Anrtioii, by ISAAC >!MMuNS fit CO., on ÏU..SDAY Evening, tho '¿Oth Instant, at 6 o'clock precisely, at their Rooms, George-street,
ONE Case School Books, consisting.
of-Murray's Grammar, Arithmetic, Spelling Pooles, Goography, History of England, Watta and Cowpcr'a Hymns, &c. &c.
Two Cases Hooks, consisting of-Sportsman's Maga
z nea, Vivian Grey, Spanish Daughter, Talcs of tlio Classics, Retreat, Young Venetian, Marriago iu High Life, Conspiracy, Sooltisli Legends, Highways and Byewjys, H ig.ii and Smugglers, Historical Recollections, Library of Romance, American Tales, Christian Libraiy, and a variety of Works by modern Authors,
A co'lection of Van-lions, Glees, ¿Vc, for the
Advice and Instructions for the Piano 'Albums, Acc.uni books, Portfolios
A collection of Paintings, in water and oil Wax Tapers, Seiliu^ Wax
Riding Belts, embossed Screens
¿JoxoB water Colors, Crayons, Lucifers, Night Lights Steel Pens, Marking Ink, Wafers
Pencil Cases, Fancy Pins, Necklaces
Patent Leads, Bracelets, Neck Chains, Waist
Buckles, &c. &c.
Two (Jases splendid Plated Ware, consisting of
Table and Chamber Candlesticks, Snuffers and Tray*, Bread Baskets, Bottle Stands, Toast Racks, Muffin Plates, Wine Mraiuers, Ebgraved Corks, Salvers, &c. &c.
Papier Machie Trays
Terms made known at time of Sale,
MILCH COWS, &c. &c.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BU MR- HEEBLEWHITE
At the New Cattle Market, on FRIDAY, the 16th,
Instant, ni Eleven o'Clock pieoisely,
rj-WliNTY-TWO MILCH COW!*
J«- Several in Calf
17 HEIFERS in Calf 13 CALVEi 7 STEERS.
All of a very superior breed and in excellent con* dilion. 'I he t ows can bo particularly recommended as gund Milkers and quiet Cattle.
'Terms made known at time of Sale.
Three Delightfully Situated Cottage
or Garden Allotments near WA~ VERLEY CRESCENTand South
Head Road$ lïtree Miles from Syd-
By J". Blackman and Co-
on MONDAY. 19th June, 1837. at tho Royal
Hotel, at i welve o Clock prseuely, without
Willi EE Valuable Allotments of Lan* * near WAVERLEY CRESCEN1. (oneAf a Sixteen Perches each), sufficiently large to Build a First-rato COI 1AUK Residence, and lay out au Extensive Garden. From this ->pot you Command an extensive and delightful View of Sydney, tho Ocean, Port Jackeon, and Botany Bay.
Allotment No. 2 contains One Acre and Sixteen
Perches, with Frontage to Road leading to South
Allotment No 6 Dtto ditto ditto
Allotment No. 7. Ditto ditto ditto.
J. Blackman and Co. strongly 'iccommend the above Allotments to the Notice ot their triend» ana the Public, and beg to remind them, that in conse- quence ot nearly all the Land in this Neighbour- hood having been Divided and Sold in Small Al- lotments, there is not much chance of such another favoiablo opportumtyof Purchase as. tho present ,
IE RMS-SO per Cent deposit upon the fall af the Hammer, and the Residue by approved Bills, ac
three, and six moutli3.
<&? J. D's ¿j- Co's 0/7tce,73, George-Hreet*
fVO be SOLD by AUCTIOIV, at an
*? early Day next Week, and will be on view, THIS DAY, at Pollick'* New Rooms, opposite tie« Military Harrarks, the LIBRARY of an eminent
Solicitor, now retired.
Paiticulars ot the abovo io a future Advertise-
ISAAT. SIMMONS and CO. have
much pleasure in making known to the Ladies of Sydney, and in tho Country generally, thal their very fashionable Absortmeut 'of French Millinery ii now open, and ready for Sale, in the Show Room over the Auction Matt, together with a very bril liad, display of Jewellery, unequalled in the Colony.
Entrance tnroogrh tlie Ptlvate ttnflm. Ilaoc Siriimrxis arid Co '
May 15lli, 1837.
Carriage, Pair of Horses & IIciY-ness.
FOR SALE BY PRIVITK CONTRACT,
A HANDSOME CA.U.UÏAGE, a
^» s-t of Double Harness, and -a Pair ol Horses.
The Proprietor will give a trial to any Gentleman* wishing to purchase them; und tn save trouble, tha price will be ¿ÜÍH lor tide whole, with a libjra.1
They may bo seen, and any information obtained at
the Stores of Messrs.
V. & E. SOLOMON,
74, George ;(.««(.' N. B.-Thp Pioprietor will sell tu<¡ Carnage or Houses buparuiely.
A FEW days ago, a large OCTAGAN z* ÏOPAZ Sl'ONE, any I'emu uaviug teund, it will be handsomely lennroc-n hy bira ging it io -Vii. Wl.liant, Hutcbinsou, Pitl-btrool ; or, Mr. Ai Dick, Jeweller and Wa'obiuaW, Gemge-street.
STOLEN OR STRAYED.
EARLY in March last, from Mr«
I Morlpy's Farm at Prospect, an IHuN Grtl'iY FiLLV, riding three years, branded I M inder the mane ; also, an IR'iN GREY COLT, rsing three years old an I -ama brand.
If at a>ed a rewatd of j£1, if stolen, a reward of £\o on conviction of the Offenders, will be given bf eturntng them to Mr. Morley'», uric fislJ Hill, Qtg
i r. öUtdgtr, at Mr. Morley'« tam, 1'iospM.