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Government ^^^^^ Eailwayn.

JjJVJiKPU OL R A O E 8.

TUESDAY, Otb SEPTEMBER, 1S03.

A 6PECIAL THAIN will leave Sydnoy for Liverpool at 12.25 p.m., returning from Liverpool nt 0 p.m., cullins it Strathfield and Granville on both journeys.

A THAIN for HORSES will leave Sydney at lt a.m., and return frum Liverpool ut t.45 p.m., cullins nt Granville

in both directions.

HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS to Liverpool will bo issued at Sydney, Cabramatta, and intcrincdiaUi Biatlon» by trains timed lo arrive at Liverpool up to 2.31 p.m., available for return on day of issue only.

By order of thc Commissioners.

H. MCLACHLAN,

Secretary. Sydney, 4th September. 163.x

_Amusements._

X V O Li i' H E A T K IS. Sole Leuce and Manager ... Mr. Harrv Rickards.

THE SAME OLD SWEET STORY :

Tho Tivoli Pocked, Jammed, Cruinmcd Nightly.

I Mr. HARRY RICKARDS' I

T

New Tivoli Minstrels and Specialty Company.

ANOTHER BRILLIANT TRIUMPH.

OUR NEW ARTISTS

are acknowledged by the daliglitcd audiences

AN EMPHATIC SUCCESS.

ADA-LEMPIUERE and PONSONBY-BELLE

Mia« LILIAN STANBRIDGE

received with Thunder« of Applause.

I Mr. ARTHUR TINSLEY, I

England'« great Character Comedian, rcrallod IS time«.

CHAS.-roi'E and BAYLES-IRVING,

America'« Representativo Ethiopian Dclinuators,

caused Shrieks of Laughter.

I Mr. GEO. U. WOOD, |

supported by tho whole of tho Great Tivoli Company,

in his Scrrnming Farcical Trifle,

BACK liLOX ACADEMY.

One scream of laughter from start to finish,

rrice«: 2s. 1», and «id. Plan at Piding'». Telephone 55,1.

THEA ï Ë li R~0~Y A L,

Lessee .Mr. S. Lazar.

Under tho management of Mr. FRED. MEREDITH. Stage Manager . Mr. A. Harford

Business Munager. Mr. GEORGE BULLER.

TO-NIGHT AND EVERY EVENING,

Thc Drama in tlvc act«, founded upon tho romantic but

perfectly true story of tho life of MARGARET CATCHPOLE,

entitled

I AN ENGLISH LASS. I

TO-NIGHT, THEATRE ROYAL.

" 'FREE LT6T ENTIRELY SUSPENDED.

ALFRED DAMPIER, Miss Wandie Lowifl, and the fnll |

strength of this popular Company.

( AN ENGLISH LASS

TO-NIGHT < AN ENGLISH LASS

AN ENGLISH LASS.

"GENTLE ANNIE" will bo there.

Box Plan at Theatre.

Bress Circle, Ss; Orchestra Chairs, 2s ; Stills, ls i and _Family Circle, Sixpence._ ALHAMBRA M U S I G HALL,

GEORGE-STREET, HAYMARKET.

Leabeea. Mesan. Delohery, Cruydon, and Holland {

" THE CROWNING CONQUERING EFFORT.

SUCCESS of SUCCESS of SUCCESS.

OUR NEW AND MAGNIFICENT IT li ST PART OUR NEW AND MAGNIFICENT FIRST PART,

pronounced l>v Press and Public to he the

FINEST PICTURE

seen on any Variety Stage in Australia.

Also,

- OUR GREAT NEAT SONG AND DANCE " ° OUR GREAT NEAT SONG AND DANCE 8

(4 ladies und 4 gentlemen),

received with bumpers of applause.

THE GREATEST VARIETY SHOW IN AUSTRALIA. I

Admission-Orchestra Chairs, 2s; Stalls, ls; Balcony. Bd. ] rXIHÈ GEITY5BUEG CYCLORAMA,

J Ooorgo-flt., up. Railway. Open 10 n.m. to lo p.m.

THi SOCIETY OF NEW eonrn I j\. WALES.

FOURTEENTH

ANNUAL EXHIBITION

of

OIL PAINTINGS

WATER-COLOURS BCULPTUnE.

ADMISSION, ONE SHILLING.

?pETEKSHAM TOWN HALL.

A GRAND CONCERT in aid of the Choir and Ortran Fund of All Saints' Church will bo held on TUESDAY, - fith instant, at 8 p.m.

. Ticket-', Ss, 2s, and ls; Family Tickets to admit 4

persons, os.

_H. SELmnit, Hon. Soc.

MADAME HIT A, Parisian Hair Dyer, Coiffeur,

and Coinplcxionist.

Unequalled in her profession.

Completion, lin Cd ; baird ye, 7s fla. 64 and BR The Strand. AÜTOHARPS, tho improved, with patent music

slides. O. D. Rimons and Co,, 101 King-»t._ Ï- ILLLE BRIDGE

a POSTPONED

PONY RACES

WILL BE HELD

TO-MOItHOW

Telephone, 1624._NIGHT.

¡Jj£B Sf SISGION HACEST

TO-MOEBOW (Wednesday), 6th SEPTEMBER.

SIX RACES.

107 ENTREES.

TRAMS will Leave Bent-street for Kensington Platform

as follows :

11.05 a.m., 13.6, 1.1, 1.40, and 2.53 p.m.

'Buses and Cabs will Meet all Trama.

G. B. ROWLEY,

Secretary.

' 20 Barraok-atreot._ CRICKET.-MACDONALDTOWN C. 0. hav<

VACANCIES for few Members.

W. R. BRAGG, P.O.,

Erskineville.

B

R TJ 0 E and MA

GREAT AGENCIES.

BLUTHNBR PIANOFORTES,

BABT1IOL PIANOFORTES,

KNAUS8 PIANOFORTES,

FAHR PIANOFORTES,

SMITH PIANOFORTES,

and th« SMITH AMERICAN ORGAN, tho King of them

all.

Redactions for cash or term« can bo arranged.

BRUCE and MASSEY,

_10" Pitt-street, Sydney.

PIANOFORTE TUITION.

LESSONS IN ACCOMPANYING.

Mr. CHARLÈTnUENERBEIN,

_310 Ooorge-strofit. _

rjiHOiisoN, GATES; AND COT;

XNOTED FOR STYLE

AND FIT IN TAILORING,

GENTLEMEN'S MERCERS and COMPLETE

OUTFITTERS,

185 riTT-STREET (near King-street).

COUNTRY RESIDENTS.-rleaso wrlto for Patterns, Self-measuro Form*, with diagrams aud tape measure.

fflHE iTOToTl'S REGISTERED J. PACKET TEAS packed by

MIKADO at ls 3d per lb. SHOGUN nt ls nd per lb. TARTAR at ) s nd per lb. CEYLON at ls Od per lb. To be procured from all Grocers, and wholesale from

WHATHAM BROTHERS, 884 Kent-street, Sydney._ C~ OOIi'S Spocial Train to Holbourne, Sept 20, at

2.25. Fares : £8 1st, £2 awl class rct'n tic. 4 Hnntcr-st.

Musical Instrumenta._ "DIANOS, PIANOS, PIANOS.

. CHARLES nUENERBEIN,

310 OEOROE-STREET,

is now offoring his Magnificent Stock at

Greatly Reduced Trices._ TJSSELL'S for PIANOS.-Cheapest, laraest Stock in N.8.W., from £6, £», £12, crery milker. New high-class from £18, £22. Note.-C,«h only. No rent to pay. At Botany-st-oif Osford-st., D'hurst ¡own premises).

lANOSTrom £10, Lipp, Schwächten, Konisch, Aucher, Collard, Bord, tie. Russell's, Botany-st., Dst. 1' 1IANOS for cash, £0, £0, £12, £H, £16, £18,£20,

.ev. maker, Httlu used. Russells. Botany-st., D'hurst,

R- ' TJSSELL'S Exchiingo, Tune, and Repair Pianos,

terms mod. 29 Hotany-st., D'hurst. Own premises.

T> R COE aud MASSEY.

rLVNOFORTES, MUSIO, SMITH OIIGAÑB.

_107 PITT-STREET._ TJILETCIIER'S, 10li~Georgo-»t. West, next to St. J[1 Benedict's, cheurest house for second-hand Pianos.

ÏTilANO, hy Rintoul, £10, bargain: Piano, by Jt Hughn. trichord, beauty, £23. Ill) Heattie-«t., B main. L- ADY in distress fins valuable Guitar for SALE,

suit gentleman, fit Dnrling-st.. off Surrey-st,, D'hurst, > 1 OKDON'S, 2UB 13ourke-st., ur. Oxford, cuoapeat, \JC best, and most reliable house for pianos in Sydney.

E\V~Gernian Pianos, mnssivo metallic frames, £20, £25, £30, beauties. r^^ntoi^moMiom-ke-st^ iTfACÍÑIFICE'Nl' upriBht Grand Piano, £3"), cost SH (10 guincj^rochju^o^Gwdo

-OÑlSCH, Lipp, and Kaps Hunos, £30. HiK«ost

ol»»» Pianos at Gordon's. 2011 Hoursu-st.. nr. Oxford. ^IIANOS, little used, £10, £ta, £1«, and £20, greivt Jtctt bargains In fcydngy, Gordon's, 208 Bouilto-nt,

J_JER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.

Solo Lcsseo und Manager .Mr. fico. Rignold Stngo Manager .Mr. j. y» Hazlitt Treasurer.Mr. c. It. Bailey.

MISS MAGGIE MOOltK

in

BTItTJCK OIL.

ANOTHER CROWDED «od DELIGHTED AUDIENCE.

ALL THE OLD ENTHUSIASM REVX\rED.

DEAFENING APPLAUSE. ROARS OF LAUGHTER.

"Tho welconio accorded by a large audience'to Mis» Maggie Moore's admirablo impersonation of tho wayward and quaint ' Lizzie Stotel ' was of a most hearty and en- thusiastic character, and during tho performance »ho waa tho recipient of an exceptional burden of lloral gifts."

HERALD.

" Miss Maggie Moora

' Tlio Chinese Question ' form

entertainment possible."--TELEGRAPH.

"Miss Maggie Moore gave a wonderfully clever per- formance, and her success on Haturduy night was greeted with the most enthusiastic applause."-STAU.

OU."-EVENING NEWS.

1 Lizzie Stofel ' was irrcsist EVERY EVENING AT 8. Miss MAGGIE MOORE

STRUCK OIL,

followed by the intensely amusing force,

entitled

THE CHINESE QUESTION,

Specially selected Ca«t.

ENTIRELY NEW SCENERY BY

Mr. JOHN BRUNTON.

Box Plan at Theatre Prices, 6s, 4s, Hs, 2i, ls. Doors open 7.16, commence 8, carriages 10.46.

_J. P. MACDONALD. Acting Manager.

MUSIC DP TO DATE.-MUSIC--BRUCE and _ MASSEY. 197 l'itt-ot., Sydney.

Government Notices.

Tho Treasury, New South Wules,

August SO, 1803.

j^HKÏÏAL CONTRACTS.

TENDERS will bo received nt this office until noon of FRIDAY, tho 16th proximo, fur the following supplies fer the Public Servico during the year 1804, namely :

1. BRUSHWARK

2. EART1IERN. GLASS, and CROCKERY WARES fl. FIRE-PltOOF SAFES

4. GRINDERY, LEATHER, fcc,

6. GALVANISED and BLACK IRON, TIN-

PLATES, .kc.

0. IRONMONGERY, Sc.

7. SADDLERY, HARNESS, tc, 8. WEIGHTS «nd MEASURES.

Printed forms of Tender may bo obtained at tho Trea- sury, and informatien at tho Government Stores Depart- ment, where, also, tho necessary samples may bo seen.

No Tender will be entertained unless accompanied by a certificate from two responsible persons, stating that they are willing to become bound as sureties in thc sum specified in tho conditions of thu ijartieular contract for the duo ful-

filment thereof.

The necessary stamp duty (i.e.. ono shilling upon tho accepted tender and ono pound upon thu bond) must bo borne by the contractor.

In tho caso of tho accepted tenders, tho contractors and their sureties must severally call at thc '1 reasury to execute and deliver tho bonds within fourteen days after dato of acceptance, failing which the contracta may either be advertised unew or other tenders accepted.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily nccepted.

Tenders to be addressed to the Under-ßecrotory for Finance and Trade, and endorsod, "Tender for [as tho caso may roquirel 1804."

_JOHN SEE.

Department of Public Works,

Sydney, September 4, 1693.

?^jyAQGA WAGGA BRIDGE.

Tho timo for opening Tenders for tho above Bridge has been extended to tho '-0th instant, at ll o'clock a.m.

_ WILLIAM JOHN LYNE.

METROPOLITAN BOARD OP WATER

SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE, SYDNEY. TO WOOLSCOURERS AND OTHERS.

The Board of Water Supply and Sewerage is prepared to receive TENDERS from parsons wishing to Lease certain portions of the Water Reserve, Botany, for Manufacturing or other purposes.

Plans, stipulations, and conditions can be seen and forms of teuder supplied upon application at tho Water Engineer's Office.

Iso tender will be received after noon on MONDAY, tho 11th September, 1893.

The Board does not bind itself to accept tho lowest or any tender.

By order.

REGINALD BLOXSOME,

Secretary. 341 Pitt-street,

August 23, lfiilfl. _ / 1 OVERNMENT RAILWAYS OP WESTERN VX AUSTRALIA.

YILGARN AND COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELDS.

70 MILES OF THE YILGARN RAILWAY OPENED.

Those desirous to reach tho Western Australian Goldfields will find the most convenient nnd expeditious route via Fremantle, Perth, Northam, and Doodlakine (70 milos on the Yilgarn Railway), to w'hich place a daily service of trains runs from Northam io connection with tho Govern- ment trains from Fromantlo. Thc Railway from Doodla- kine to Southern Cross will be opened for trafile in sections of 18 miles monthly henceforth until completed.

Distance from Fremantle to Doodlekine, 161 miles. Jwires-First-class, £1 &1 ; second-class, £1 2s.

Distance frjm Doodlekine to Southern Cross, 00 miles; from Southern Cross to Coolgardie, 120 milos.

Opinion of Mr. David Lindsay, tho explorer, as to tho bait route, extracted from the West Australian of 16th August :

" What route do you recommend Ï "

" There is no doubt about tho route. I havo not been from Esperance Bay across the Dundas Hills, but I think that tho nearest, and at present tho best route, would be from Northam, then to Doodlekino by train to Southern Crus*, and thus on to tho field."

By order of tho Hon. tho Commissioner

of Railways.

JOHN DAVIES,

General Trafilo Manager.

_rerth, 25th August. 1803. _

Medical. Chemicals. &c._

A BRA II AM'S PILLS r» overcome tho worst forms of diseases of the Liver, Stomach, Head, and Kidneys.

Thia family pill is a simple but effective remedy for indigestion, bilious and liver complaints, loss of appetite, coated tongue, drowsiness, giddiness, spasms, und al) disorders of tho stomach and bowels.

DR. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Liver Complaint. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Indigestion and Dyspepsia. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Heartburn and Sick Headaches. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Dizziness and Cold Chilli. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Wind und Pains in Stomaeh. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Costiveness. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Fulness and Swelling after Meals. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Flushings of Heat. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

for Loss of Appetite Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY TILLS

for Scurvy and Blotches. Dr. WARNER'S FAMILY PILLS

uro Valuable to Females from 14 to60.

6old in all parts of tho world by medicino dealers, in boxes at ls, 2s, ona 4s each. Sent by post, for postage stamps to tho above value, by SOUL and CO., Pitt-stroot, Sydney, or any other livo medicino dealer in the world.

ITALIAN FRUIT POWDER, a doliente efferves-

cing drink, slightly aperient, produced from tho Citron and Lemon families, grown in tho South of Italy. It is tho nemo of perfection in comparison with tho hitherto pro- ducts of the "Saline" and "Fruit Salt" manufactures. Price, 2s per bottlo. Wholesale and retail at

WASHINGTON H. SOUL and CO.'S, and all Chemists.____ THE LADY'S THIRST-DESTROYER of all

kinds, made from thoexprossod juico of tho finest fruits und drawn through Soul'« American Ice Fountains. Price ad. Including "The Lady Jersey " (very choice), " Tho Lady Carrington " (a delicious beverage), "Tho LordCar rington Nectar" (fit for" ye gods"), thc maiden's favourite, " YoDaisy,"the" Gingcrade" (nflnostomachiO.theCreamy Phosphates for indigestion and dyspepsia, tho Mineral Wutcrs for tho liver and kidneys, the Choice Raspberry, Strawberry, Pineapple, and other oxtraots at tho »ame price.

WASULVUTON H. SOUL and CO.,

100 and 208 Pitt-street.

KILL THE INSECTS AND THEIR EGGS

with Clayton and (Jo.'s Great American Insect Exter- minator. It paralyses the lirst touch, and then kills. If blown into their haunts (crevices), or where their eggs aro laid, death is instantaneous for Beetles, Ants, Silver Fish, or any other insects. I t is perfectly harmless to birds or animals, and may be placed under thc wing of a pct canary, and rubbed on dogs, cati, or monkeys, killing the parasites that infest them. If burnt in a room or in a camp, it kills flies and mosquitoes. If placed on window-sills you can see the largo " blow-fly," as well as the common fly, give up tho ghost. If placed under tho edges of carpeta, silvor tish and all other insect vermin die. lt is used in tho mattresses and bedsteads of all tho hotels and steamboats of tho United States and this colony. Sold everywhere in tins, ls and ls 3d, aud in lurga boxes, ls Gd. In largo can- nons (to blow into crevices), 1» (¡il each. Wholesale and retail, WASHINGTON H. SOUL and CO., 168, IOU, 1C2, and 2US Pitt-streot. Cnn bo sent by steamboat or railway if not to bo obtained of your druggist or storekeeper.

THE PALACE AND ROSE OF ENGLAND

SOAPS, us supplied by Clayton and Co. to tho Queen and Fl'incess of Wales. Price, fourpence foch tablet, by post for flvepencu. These Soaps have a soothing and softening efrect upon the skin, unlike tho ordinary soda and

potush soaps.

WASHINGTON H. SOUL and CO.,

_Pitt-street, Sydnoy.

ONEBOXofOLARKE'SBllPILLS is warruutod

to cure all ailments nf tho urinary organs in cither sex

(acquired or constitutional), gravel, and pains in the bnck. Sold in boxes 4s fid each, by all chemists mid patent medi- cine vendors. Solo proprietors, thc Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln, England._?

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the safest and best

domestic medicine. Th Dy never cnn bo wrongly administered. They must do good ; they cannot do harm. Acidity of tho stoinich, indigestion, colic, and oilier inter- nal pains aro speedily removed by these pills. Sold at 78 New Oxford-street, W.C., London, and all druggists.

C^HLOKOZO.^E (Eucalyptus) DISINFECTANT!

J_-Recommended by the medical faculty.

T0E7'OMAÑ'S SALVATION.-Treatise- froo, ported

YT Cd. Write Prof, Hermann, Collins-pi., Mclbunrnu.

RHEUM, cured by our Hot Sca-wator Medica! _ Datha. Niitatoi-iuni, 400 Pitt-st._ ANTED, all Sufferers to uto CHLOE OIL, tho í t Wonder of the Age, for Pain._

mnflFÔÂTÏÏËS' HALL.-A. .1. WATT ami CO.'S DISPENSARY REMOVED from George street, near Park-street, to

S SEOHQE-ßl'IiEEX WEBT, neat Railway Station.

LY 0 E U M THEATRE.

Under tho direction of

Messrs. ?WILLIAMSON und MUSGROVE.

Acting Manager and ïieasurer.Goo. L. Goodman Business Manager.Goorgo Tallis.

THE EVENT OF THE OPERA SEASON!

THE MOUNTEBANKS,

accorded

A MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION.

PRESS AND PUBLIC DELIGHTED.

" A genuine success. Abounds in graceful numbers, elegantly soored.''-S. M. Herald. -

" Was given an enthusiastic welcome. An unqualified success."-Telegraph.

" Scenery delightful, the dresses pretty «nd gay, and the stage management perfect."-Evening News.

" Pretty, vivacious, sparkling. Tho interpretation Tra«

faultless."-Star.

" A success all along the line."-SundnyTimes. " Gilbort'a wittiest and brighest cn'ort."-Truth.

Comic Opera, in Two Acts THE MOUNTEBANKS,

By W. S. Gilbert and Alfred Cellier.

Mes pre.

JOSEPH TAPLEY CHARLES RYLEY

HOWARD VERNON W. ROSEVEAR

ARTHUR LISSANT FRANK SCEAT8

ROBERT FITZGERALD THOMAS GRUNDY

and

GEORGE LAURI

and tho

ROYAL COMIC OPERA CHORUS. BEAUTIFUL STAGE PICTURES

Mr. GEORGI? GORDON.

Stage Director, Mr. HENRY BRAOY.

Musical Director . M. LEON CARON.

Misses MAY POLLARD

VIOLET VARLEY IDA OSBORNE MABEL M'KAY NINA OSBORNE LUOY COBB

MINNIE EVERETT

and

FLORA GRAUPNER

pi

mUB FAMOUS. V FUT-A-PENNY-IN-T1IE

JL_ SLOT" Duet at 10. Four encores nightly. _

JMFER1AL OPERA HOUSE.

Lessee and Mnnagcr.J. J. Utting.

I WHITE 8LAVES, |

received last night by a crowded and enthusiastic audience. Call, after every act.

WHITE SLAVES will bo produced until lurthcr notice

Prices. Us, 2s, and ls.

_C. H. UTTING, Business Manager.

rTTUIEATRICALMutiugere.-Lady, highly successful JL Nov. Enter., g. soubrette, comedienne, 'travel, Herald.

_Business Announcements.

ISSOLU'i'IOS OF PARTNERSHIP_The PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing between Tournay Hinde and Laing has thisduy been DISSOLVED by mutual consent. ARTHUR W. 'i'OU KNAY-UINDE, witness WILLIAM Gosen*. WILIAAM DOUGALL LAING, witness WILLIAM GosriiE._

"VT O T I (JE O F REMOVAL i> Tho Offices of MARK MITCHELL, Solicitor, from 17:1 Pitt-"treot to BANK-CHAMUEltS, Rowe-ttrcet, 12i Pitt-street, nearly opposite.

L7~BRÍJL>liMAN, Chronometer, Wutcli, and

. Clock Maker, and Jeweller, to

10S PITT-STREET,

_opposite General Post Pince._ M.P. SOCIETY.-J . li. YO UDALE!, Agent, ? 134 Pitt-ftt. Appointments day or night, city or subs.

A.

Stock, Shares, and Money.

jyjUNlClFALITY OF MUSWELLBROOK.

M

The Council of tho above Municipality invite Tenders from persons willing to LEND tho sum of £4500 for tho above purpose in suma of ONE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH on tlio security of the Rates and Revenues and the Gasworks (when completed).

INTEREST (1 PEU CENT.

Principal repayable-£1000 at the end of three years, £1000 at tho end of five years, and balaucc ut the end of seven years.

Tenders to be addressed to tho Mayor not later than thc 18th INSTANT. .

H. DOWELL,

Council Clerk. Council-chambers,

Muswellbrook,

September 2,1883._ ONEY ADVA N OED,

FREE OF INTEREST,

by in»ning tho

No. 8 5TARR-BOWK.il BENEFIT BUILDING

SOCIETY.

., Entranco Fee, lr ref Share; Subscription,

ls per Share per week. _ INTENDING SHAREHOLDERS should apply WITH- OUT DELAY, as tho number uf Shared ia limited. All information at tho office, 244 Pitt-alrcet.

R. CHADWICK,

Secretary pro tem.

FTHHE ADVERTISER, haviug a considerable JL capital at his disposal, ia prcparedto make immediato CASH ADVANCES at an oxtromoly LOW RATE OF INTEREST on all descriptions of securities without tho necessity of Bill of Kolo or any publicity whatever.

Loons may be repaid as under:

Ixion of £100, repayable by monthly instalments of £8 5s Loan of £60, ropayable by monthly instalments of £1 los Loan of £20. repayable by monthly instalments of £1

Loon of £10, repayablo by munthly instalment* of 10s.

All communications strictly private.

_Confidence, Box 203, General Post Office.

ONEY TO LEND UPON MORTGAGE OF FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, in City, Suburbs, and Country, et 5 to 6J per cent., for .1 or 6 years. PROPERTIES RELEASED from BUILDING SOCIETIES, Banks, and other financial in- stitutions. Monoy lent upon second mortgage. Money advanced upon mercantile securities, plant, machinery, furnituro, and all classes of sound security. Bills dis- counted. Advances under wills. HARRY C. ELDEHTON, 16 Nurwich-ehambcrs, 58 HunteMtrect.

ONEY TO LEND. Tho Trustees of the Savings Bank of New South Wales aro prepared to LEND MONEY at Current Rates on MORTGAGE of Approved Freehold Property.

H. WISE,

_Managing Trustee.

ÎNEVER REFUSE nn ADVANCE of MONEY

to respectable persons. Any business transacted guaran- teed strictly private. No registration.

HENRY TAIT, 111 Elizabeth-.treet, near King-street,

MONEY ADVANCED IMMEDIATELY.

Anyone requiring u strictly private LOAN, without tho usual publicity and bother of loan banu« or agents, apply, in confidence, to the actual LENDER, _

" _ fi, F. PERKINS, Box 344, G.P.O.

CIECURITIES wanted for tho following suma from Ö 6 per cent. ¡-£3000, £1.'W0, £1)0, £750, £600. Trust Funds invested. Privnto Estates managed. U)m nanles and Partnerships formed. Valuations made. Properties sold. JAMES S. PERKY,

_80A Pitt-street, Sydney.

mitUST FUNDS to LEND ou City and Suburban A Securities at current rates._

LAURENCE, M'LACHLAN, and WILLIAMS,

Solicitors,

Mutual Life-buildings, Ocorge and Wynyard streets.

MONEY to LEND upon citv nnd suburban

property. AUSTRALIAN 'WIDOWS' FUND LUE ASaUHANCE SOCIETY,

253 George-street.

(TÑ E Y T O L E N D at LOWEST HATES, on approved Frcoholds.

H. E. RUSSELL,

No. 16 Norwich-chambors.

ILREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS (£3500), in large or small sumB, nt from 5 per cent., to LEND on good city and suburban freehold proper tios. H. MORDANT and CO.. Duifs-chamb,. 101) Pltt-st. MONEY ADVANCED privately, on Furnituro,

Deeds, and other securities, at low interest; repay- ments to suit bonowers. F. FELS, 295 Pitt-etreot, cornor Furk-street, 0 and 8 first floor.______ B- UNA FIDE ADVERTISEMENT.-Any ro

,-pcctuble person can obtain MONEY on Furnituro (without pos.) or any «co., no fees. Any evening 0 till 0, 312 Dourkc-sfrect, Surr.' Hills (near Oxford-street).

MONEY to LEND in largo or small sums on

freehold or leasehold securities. Advances inado on buildings in course of erection. _

RAINE and HORNE, 2 HunteiMitreet.

rirUIHEE HUNDRED POUNDS to LEND ou A Mortgnge of sound rent-producing property ; eastern suburbs preferred. BRETNALLand DEANE, Solicitors,

Commercial-chambers, 74 Castlercagh-street,_ ß~ ANK DEPOSITS.-Advertiser is a Oash

Purchaser of any Bank Deposits except thoso of E.S. and A.C. Bank. ,.-,«,

Money, Herald Odea.

I AKGE SUMS to LEND at 5J per cent, upon A_l substantial Suburban Securities.

HARRY C. ELDEUTON,

10 Norwich-chambers, 68 Hunter-street.

MONEY ADVANCED on Furnituro, Deeds, ¿ic,,

at lowest interest, without publicity or registration, easy repayments, no loan office tactics. Business strictly private! Hexon, 52 Elizabeth-street, near Uunter-street._ TVTO FEES ! No Foes ! ! I advance direct £3 i^l upwnrds on deeds, furniture, Sc., without tho pub- licity or practices of loan offices. No evening agencies em- ployed. P. S. Hunt, 163Elizabeth-at. (bet. Park-Market ats,). 1"~F you require MONEY direct ou P.N.'s (with

security), Bond'Certificates, Deeds, Furniture, Rever. Interest, Insurance Policies, or other good security, seo JOHN O'lllUEN^Jtaancier, 60 Elizaboth-strcet. :_

J.sTrCöniinerciol, E.S.A.O., hud other Bank . Deposits bought for cash. J. H. North. 114A Pitt-st. rtncTLend, £5 to £600, personal security, repayablo A by Instalments. J. G. Read, 260 Pitt-st., car. Park-st.

ONEY to LEND on approved securities nt

current rotes. C. AV. Cropper. Ill O'Connell-st._ Td/tJONEY advanced in few hours on Furniture JM. (without pos.) orany security. 118-120 Market-st.

TVËPOSIT RECEIPTS bought ' and Bold. J_f Joseph Palmer aud Son, 00 Pitt-st._. ¡TríVlL Servants uud others eau got assistance with- in' out delay from R. B. Nelson, 60 Exchange, Pitt-st.

npTTÙST~TÏ(JN EY S to LUND on mortgugo. JL Benjamin James, public accountant, 49 Cas reagh-st.

1.ÍUXJ3D DEPOSITS, Bunk or Building Societies,

1 nought and Sold. S. Frankel. 29 Hunter-st.

mo LE^ND. £1201), Building Loans, progroRSivo TIS"' principals only. Apply Box 718. G.P.O.

rino LEND, £000. on Mortgage of Freehold Fro A nerty, at (i. per cent. Taylor, 28 Elizabclb-st.

TÏTÂNTED, £300, on 4 Cottages (new), to roturn Y'T £80. Torrens Title, liurfitt, or. Alnrkct-st._ Y>AÑK DEPOSITS Purolmsed. J. S. M'Elveuoy O and Co., j^iglmm^h_aniberej_jj^ _ T4TÔNËY to LEND on mortgage J. S.M'EIvency _LTA and Co.. Drougham-obambers, 4(1 Elizabeth-at,

T^XÑTEDlo BORROW (privately) £100, second TY mortgage, ampio sec. Oc-uine, P.O., Camperdown,

IRITEKION General Mannger

THEATEE,

Mr. Mayne. EVERY EVENING at 8.

THE PRESS UNANIMOUS

in declaring Ml*. Bentley's production of.""Riohclion" to be " tho moat porfect and completo in every detail ever submitted to a Sydney audience.'1

A GENUINE TRIUMPH !

TO-NIGHT I TO-NIGHT 1 TO-NIGHT 1

tho popular actor,

WALTER BENTLEY,

BOX PLAN AT NICHOLSON'S.

_Doors open at 7.16. Carriages at 10.45._ SO ll O Ó L O F AKTS.

Lessee.Mr. GILBERT J. SMITH.

Under thc direction of Mr. F. E. HISCOCKS.

Sole Manana- for the Steens, Mr. TRAVERS-VALE.

LAST NIGHT, LAST NIGHT,

of tile present programme.

STEENS STEENS STEENS,

AMERICAN MYSTIFIERS.

Lost Night of tho

AMERICAN CABINET MYSTERY.

TO-MORROW (Wednesday), TO-MORROW,

GRAND EXPOSE OF MODKKN SPIRITUALISM. THE COAT »nd RINGS, 1

THE MYSTIC PIPES, I PRODUCED TABLE TURNING, > and

ROPE-TYING, . I EXPOSED. MENTAL TRANSMISSION, J

MATERIALISATIONS IN THE GASLIGHT.

A NIGHT IN SI'HUT LAND.

SATURDAY NEXT.

THE GEORGIA MAGNET.

_Prices, ll), 2s, and la. Box Plan at Tating'«._ DANCING_Prof. Head's Practico Class 7, As

. scmbly8, To-night. Academy, 014 Oeorge-st._ DANCING CLASS to-night, UBUUI Assembly to _morrow, Surrey ville, Newtown-rd. Prof. Smith.

WANTED, a Lady GYMNAST, to travel. ^_Apply to Bar, Herald._

Prodnoe, Provisions, &o.

VINEGAR and Lime Juice, in bulk and bottlo. _Monk's Vinegar Works, Henderaon-rd., Alexandria.

PLANT nnd Machinery of Margarine Co. ot N.S.

Wales for Auction Bale, on premises, View-street, Annandale, TO-MOItllOW, at 2. Steam Engine, Boiler, Bteam Pipes. Vats, Churns, Butter Worker. W. 1'. and S.

For Sale.

t¿ UPERB ART JEWELLERY, Diamond Bracelet« P3 with perfectly matched atones, magnificent Diamond Earlings and Locket, massive goid Bunting Watch and Chain, gold Necklet, by first-class London manufacturer, for SALE, under mdt Ixindun wholesale price. Address X. L N. T., Po.t-oflifc, Oxturd-sluet._ Í" 3APER SHAV1 NUS.-Por SALK, a quantity

. Clean SHAVINGS, suitable for packing. Apply tho Counter Clerk, Herold Office._ J7»OU SALK. Plymouth ROOKS, Cockorols, and

l'ullets, bred from Mr. E. L. Samuel'« imiKirted strains, ditcct from Mrs. Ainsworth'a yard. Apply Amyville, Bogan-strect, Summer Hill; or

T. R. DAWS,

_Herald Office.

FANTAILS, Black, Blue, Whito, and Red, show

birds, cheap. Reubenleigb, Eobinson-nt., Croydon.

1' 70R SXLE, Um. DUMPY LEVEL and legs, J_good order, price £5. Engineer, Herald Ofllco.

J.JYGIEN1C DUST BIN. Sold everywhere.

LAD Vb Earrings, email brilliants, fancy, gold _setting, in caso, new, cheap. Haste. Herald._

npHO 1ÍOÜGHBRED BÜLLBOG, winner nino

X battles, never defeated, splen. watch-dog. 16 Riley-st. FOHSALE, Gas STOVE Euroka, only six mouths

in use. 171 Bourke-st.

LjUHST-CLASS now English SAFE, 30iu. high, L? with drawers, ver}' cheap. 480 Suasex-st.

Auction Sales.

HOUSES, VEHICLES, and HARNESS.

GEORGE KISS will sell by auction, at the

" Barsar, THIS DAY, ut ll o'clock,

All lots not sitcciully advertised.

And at 12 o'clock, All lots specially advertised.

Regular Sales at tile Bazaar daily, and nt Camperdown or elsewhere any af ternnon.

LIVERY.-In this department charges moderato and best of forage._

TO RACING MEN AND OTHERS.

(flEORGE KISS has received instructions to. «oil

VIC bv auction, at tho Bazaar, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, THIS DAY, Tuesday, at 12 o'clock,

"TOO SOON," bg, 14.2 (well known). Full par _tioulars at sale._

FAST BUGGY PONY.

GEORGE KISS has received instructions to sell

by auotion, at the Bazaar, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, THIS DAY, Tuesday, nt 12 o'clock,

Ohcstuut pony gelding, 18.2, quiet to trams, is _exceptionally fast, and can be recommended.

RACING FILLY, "SEA RIPPLE."

GEORGE KISS has roceived instructions to sell

by auction, at the Bazaar, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, THIS DAY, 1 uesday, at 12 o'clock,

"SEA RIPPLE," b f, 3 year», by Progress from

Munnur (sister to Lady Golightly and Savenock), by St. Albans from Bea Spray (winner of V.R.O. _St. Leger). &c" &e. Boa Ripple ia untried.

RACING GALLOWAY", TONOLIA.

GEORGE KISS has received instructions to sell

by auction, ut tho Bazaar. Pitt and Castlereagh streets, THIS DAY, Tuesday, at 12 o'olock,

VINOLIA, bin, 4 years, 14.2 cert., by Honchman _out of Dolly Varden, and is well known.

DRAUGHT STALLION, "BONDSMAN."

/""lEORGE KISS has roceived instructions from vX Mr. S. Reynolds, Paterson, to sell by auction, at tho Bazaar, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, on THURSDAY next, 7tli instant, nt 12 o'clock.

'. BONDSMAN," bay horse, 0 years (bred by Mr. S.

Hoskin*on, of Windsor), by Emperor (imp.) out Df Queen Maud, by Nugget, &c, a sure foal getter, and good worker m hsrncss._

INGLIS and SON'S HORSE BAZAAR.

THIS DAY', nt half-past 10 sharp.

WILLIAM INGLIS nnd SON will sell by

auotion, at their BAZAAR, THIS DAY, thc fol- lowing :

At half-post 10 o'clock.

Vans, springeurts, horses, and hnrnoss Draught noraes, tipdraya, and harness.

At 12 o'clock,

Superior draught males and geldings

PAIR BROWN PONY MARES (FROM LIVERPOOL).

\*7ILLIAM INGLIS and SON havo received in

vt itiuctions from tho BREEDER to sell by auction, at then- BAZAAR, THIS DAY, at l'J nVlocle,

Pair small brown ¡muy maits, ,1 rears old, 12 hoi......

thoroughly broken to s. and d. harness, been _driven together. _

BUGGY HORSE, FROM MOSS VALE.

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON hare received i

structions to sell by auction, at their Bazaar, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock.

Bay gelding, 15.2 high, 5 years old, broken to saddle

and harness, a splendid buggy horse.

BAY SADDLE HACK.

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON have received in-

structions to sell by auction, ut their Bazaar, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,

Bay gelding, broken to «addle, good hack, stands tho

trams, and saddle and bridle._

CAMI'ERJJO WN YARDS.

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5.

60 SUPERIOR FRESH COUNTRY HORSES.

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON havo rocoived in

struotions from Messrs. niNES nnd STAFFORD to aoll by auction, nt tho CAMPERDOWN YARDS, THIS DAY, TUESDAY, 6tb SEPTEMBER, nt 2.30 p.m.,

60 really tlrat-claaa horses, conBiating of draught colts

and fillies, upstanding 'bus and van horses, nnd superior light harness and saddle horses, broken and unbroken, 4 to 0 years old, and in good c -

dition.

THE ABOVE HORSES HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY SELECTED FOR THE SYDNEY MARKET, AND ARE DESCRIBED AS A REALLY GOOD LOT._

PRELlillNARY NOTICE. CAMPERDOWN YARDS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.

40 EXTRA HEAVY DRAUGHT COLTS

and

FILLIES,

from

MESSRS. CLIFT BROS.' CELEBRATED

BREEZA ESTATE.

WILLIAM INGLIS and SON havo received in-

structions from MESSRS. CLIFT BROS. to sell by auction, as above, , t "". , , "

40 extra heavy drnught colts and fillies, 4 and 6 yei

old, in splendid condition.

THE ABOVE WILL BE A SPLENDID LOT, BEING ALL SPECIALLY PICKED FOR THEIR SIZE AND QUAUTY. AND . THE BEST LOT THE MESSRS. CLIFT BROS. HAVE YET HAD FORWARD.

-BUTCHERS. BUTCHERS. BUTCHERS.

WT ILLIAM INGLIS and SON will sell by auction TY nt tho Corporation Yards, THIS DAY, Tuesday, Soptembtr 6, at uaual hour. ,

00 primo com-feJ pigs, from the Manning River.

J~~j\ L. BAltKER and CO. will Bell by auction, at

* . tho chamber of Commerce, 11.30, sheepskins.

A1ÎRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN, Limited, will sell by public auction, THIS DAY, Tuesday, at the Macquaric-plucc 6tores,

Leather, ot 10.30 a.m.

And at tho Wool Exchange,

Butchers' green sheepskins, at 12 noon.

M aran pial skin-', at 2.15 p.m. _ RÂTORÏTI PROCTER will sell by auction THIS DAY. ot Newtown Station, at 7 a.m., Firewood. At Darling Harbour Terminus, at 0 a.m., Firewood.

At his Mart, 741 George-street, at 3 o'clock, Turkeys, geese, ducks, fowls, parrots Roll and keg butter, bacon, hams

120 cases new-lid duck eggs ... 1 ICO casca new-laid hen eggs, and sunilnoe,

TEETH.-A COMPLETE SET, ONE GUINEA.

-THE LONDON DENTAL INSTI- TUTE. 08 KING-STREET, two doora from Pitt-trcct.-Singlo Tooth. 2» Od ; precisely tho sumo CELEBRATED GOLD lind PRIZE MEDAL TEETH, painlessly fixed by ATMOSPHERIC SUCTION, as advertised nt thc highest cost by ether Arms. VIVE YEARS' WARRANT*.. Country

ADEVOLUTION IN DENTISTRY.-The Lon-

don Denial Institute's Economical System offers thc following advantages:-Absoluto Iwinlcss treatment, no unnecessary extrac- tions, perfect and permnnent lifc-liko appearance. Special softpalateB for tender

gums.

DR. HACKETT writes :-" Tho London Dental

Institute have ona of thc largest practices in tho world.Tho scnlo on

which they work enables them to employ both capitul and labour in thc most effective and economical way, and content them- selves with a reasonable profit on oach individual trantactiun. ticing ablo to keep their chairs full from morning to night, thoy can employ the most highly skilled operators and tho best materials. They can do every tiling that scicucoand experience suggest to satisfy every cus- tomer."

SEND or CALL for our Great WORK on

DENTISTRY, post íleo on application to

Auction Sales,

GOLDSIIROUUH, MORT, and CO., Limited,

sell sheepskins at tho New Wool Exchange, nt 12.

COUÑTIÚQULLED MEAT.

FW. HUDSON will sell by auction, at tho

. Government Meat Market, Pyrmont, THIS DAY, at 11.80 sharp,

150 quartera Tenterfield beef

200 carcases Tenterfield mutton._^_ METROPOLITAN Meut Markot, Hay-st -Auo _tion Bale This Day, nt 12 o'clock, Reef, mutton, pigs.

LAWSON'S

AUCTION SALE ROOM8, 128 PITT-STREET.

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, at ll a.m. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE BY AUCTION

of

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

and

ELEGANT APPOINTMENTS. Removed from the Residence of

Mrs. A. H. M'GREGGOR,

BOULEVARD, STRATHFIELD,

in consequence of her duparturo for Europe.

HANDSOME WALNUT SIDEBOARD, with cabinet

back and bevelled-odged mirrors, enclosed cupboards, wine collurottc, &o.

OAK THREE-TIER DINNER WAGGON

ROSEWOOD INLAID DRAWING-ROOM CABINET

DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, upholstered in Genoa

velvet

DRAWING-ROOM OCCASIONAL CHAIRS

LOFTY GILT-FRAMED OVERMAN TEL, ? with

bevellod-cdged mirror

HANDSOME WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE

BLACK and BRASS DOUBLE BEDSTEADS, with woven-wiro mattresses and best bedding

complete

EUGENIE BEDROOM COUCH, in cretonne, nnd Easy

Chair en suite.

PICTURES AND ORNAMENTS,

BRUSSELS CARPETS,

and

MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS.

WITHOUT RESERVE.

M'GREGGOR to sell by auction, her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effect«. Removed from BOULE- VARD. STRATHFIELD, to tho ROOMS, 128 PITT STREET, for unreserved >alo

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, 6tll BEPTEMBER, nt ll a.m.

ABRIDGED ADVERTISEMENT.

ASHFIELD.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, at ll a.m.

HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION.

Under instructions from

Mrs. KALESKI, at her residence,

WEBB'S AVENUE, ASHFIELD (five minutes from Railway Station).

THE WHOLE OF HER

MAGNIFICENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

and

ELEGANT Al'POINTSIENTS.

Supplied SpeoiaUy to Order

THE WELL-KNOWN CITY FIRMS

Messrs. DAVID JONES and CO. and ELKINGTON

ano. CO.

MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION

of

FIRST-QUALITY ELECTROPLATE,

ncluding(

for

A FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE.

MASSIVE WALNUT DINING-ROOM FURNITURE

In

the moat excellent preservation.

HANDSOME WALNUT LIBRARY FURNITURE.

SUPERB BEDROOM SUITE

from

THE GREAT ENGLISH HOUSE

of

Messrs. JACKSON and GRAHAM.

ELEGANT DRAWING-ROOM APPOINTMENTS.

MAGNIFICENT WALNUT FLANOFORTE

bv

SIMON, of STUTTGART.

TWO HARE and VALUABLE BOHEMIAN VASES,

standing each about 3ft. Gin. high, and of thc most ex- quisite shape and colour.

...THESE VERY BEAUTIFUL and VALUABLE

VASES were among the most important of thc Art Exhibits at the International Exhibition, and attracted the attention of all connoisseurs. Thu decoration is in high relief, and very' profuse in aubiects of birds and foliage, exquisitely coloured, the body colour of tho vate« being & deep ruby, with heavy scroU work in gold. _

VALUABLE CLOCKS. DOULTON VASES.

BRASS HALF-TESTER BEDSTEADS, of niasstvo con-

struction and elegant design, furnished with woven wire mattresaes and best bau- mattresses, &c

Also,

LADY'S PONY PHAETON,

Built by Jenner and Co., Biivcr-Mouutcd Harness,

¿co., &c

*.. Tho Attention of Ladies and Gentlemen Furnishing in

good Ta,toi» Directed to this Important Salo.

THE AUCTIONEERS have pleasure to announce that

they have boeu favoured with instructions to Soil

WITHOUT RESERVE.

.-. CATALOGUES obtainable at the Offices of tho Auctioneers, 128 Pitt-street, or will be posted on appli-

cation.

V ON VIEW TO-MORltOW, WEDNESDAY, SEP- TEMBER 6. _

JAMES R. LAWSON (Lawson Bros. nnd Co.)

has been favoured with instructions from Mrs. KALESKI to conduct tho important «alo by auction, at

her Residence as above, on

THURSDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, at ll a.m. -AT 17 DAY^TREKT, LEICHHARDT.

T1I1S DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, at ll a.ni. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

D.U. SUITE, IJLACK and GOLD OVERMANTEL PICTURES, ORNAMENTS, CHINA, tea.

SPLENDID COLLECTION WELL-BOUND SOORS DINING and BEDROOM FURNITURE KITCHEN UTENSILS, etc., &o.

PERCY A. MORGAN will sell by AUCTION, at

17 Day-street, Lolohhardt, as above.

_TERMS, CASH. NO RESERVE._

UNRESERVED FURNITURE SALE.

THIS DAY, Tuesday, nt ll o'clock sharp, on the Premises,

2 Shepherd-street, Dnrlingtou, in splendid condition,

Household Furniture, Tables, Austrian Chairs, Mirrors,

Sideboard. Chiffonier, Lounge, Iron Bedstead«, Oilcloth, Carpets, Pictures, Crockery, Cooking Utensils, ¿c., io. AMITCHELL baa received instructions from the

» owner to sell as above. Terms cash._ ' No. 3 Pyrmont Uridge-rond, Olebe.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at 10 o'clock.

JBROWN and CO. will soil, under distraint for

» rent. Household effcota, &c, &o._ ' SECOND SERIES OF AUCTION SALES.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1898,

at the

CITY MART, at ll o'clock.

SECOND DIRECT SHIPMENTS.

NEW BEASON 1833-81.

CHOICE FIRST-CROP TEAS.

Ex s.s. Sikh, from Foochow.

Under instructions from the Importer,

Mr. H. T. REMINGTON.

40!) Original Half-chests CONGOU 1607 Hidi-eheata CONGOU

8« Quarter-chests CONGOU 1107 Boxea CONGOU

485 Quarter-chena S. O.,PEKOE,

Comprising a choice asssorlment of all dintnct Tea?,

specially selected at tho opening of the

FOOCHOW MARKET.

Also,

By order of Mr. MATHEW MITCHELL,

THE SHIPMENT OF FIRST-CROP

PANYONGS AND BUDS,

comprising

1338 nnlf-ohcsta PANYONGS 200 Quarter-chosta BUDS.

AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT.

On occount of Messrs. SCOTT, HENDERSON, and CO.,

A Choice Parcel of

PANYONG, CONGOUS, and S. O. T.,

aa follows : 740 Half-chests Congous

250 Boxes Finest 8. O. Pekoe,

and under instructions from

McsBrs, PARBURY, HENTY, and CO.,

tbeir Shipments covering

2400 Packagai PANYONGS

KAISOW8 _ SCENTED OBANOfi TEKOES . OOLONG CONGOUS.

MUSTER PACKAGES on VIEW.

17IRASER and CO. will Boll by auction, as

? nbovo.

Tho Shipments of

CHOICE NEW BEA80N'S TEAS,

Ex " Sikh,

as particularised in Catalogues now issued to tho

Trade, and niay bo obtained on application.

IMPERATIVE SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION

nt

Menura. TYMAN, HARKNESS, nnd CO.'S WARE- HOUSE, BO CLAItENCE-STREET, nen* Erskino-strcot,

THIS DAY end TO-MORROW, September 6 »nd 6,

at ll a.m.,

ot tho

LARGE and MAGNIFICENT STOCK

of

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

BY ORDER OP THE TRUSTEES IN THE ASSIGNED

ESTATE of Messrs. Pyman, Harkness, and Co.

The Stock embraces many thousand pounds' worth of

Furniture in overy Department,

com prising

TIER GI.A6SES in great variety.

AUSTRIAN FURNITURE. RATTAN FURNITURE.

LOUNGE CHAIRS.

MAGNIFICENT FRAME WORK, in 3, 6, nnd 0 picco

Suites, for

Dining, Drawing Room, and Boudoir.

Coppor Springs. Horsehair, Fibre,

Upholsterers' Materials.

FRAMED PICTURES, &e.

The Auctioneers in making this announcement would specially invite tho attention of

COUNTRY BUYERS

and

TOWN HOUSES

to thc grand opportunity soon to bo afforded of making extensivu selections on tho spot of NEW ENGLISH MADE FURNITURE of every description, exactly suited to tho requirement* of the people, and ns EVERY LINE MUST BB SOLD at tho HIGHEST BIDDING proätabia investment is sure to bo tile outcome of operating largely at

theso soles.

TVTEAVTON nnd LAMB linvu been favoured with ll instructions from tho Trustees of the assigned Estate of Messrs. Fymiin, Harkness, »nd Co., to sell by public auction, ot their Furniture Warehouse, Clarence-street, ueor Erskino-stroot, THIS DAY and TO-MORROW, 6th and Otb September, at ll a.m.,

LARGE and MAGNIFICENT STOCK of HOUSE-

HOLD FURNITURE, WELL ASSORTED.

... ALL GOODS WILL BE DELIVERED FROM THE KENT-STREET ENTRANCE.

TERMS, CASH.

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at II o'clock.

On Account of the Consignees. 100 Boxes CANDLES.

40 Ditto CROWN SOAP.

40 Ditto HOUSEHOLD ditto.

.1 MILNER SAFE, 80x28x28.

21 Bales AMERICAN I'APER BAGS. 6cwt. BEAMING TWINE, 8 and 6 ply. BROWN PAPER, 86 x 48 and 20 x 46. BLUE SUGAR BAOS.

DRAPERS' SHOP PAPERS.

FRASER, HENRY, and CO. will sell the above,

at tho Paper Trade Exchange and Auction Mart, 318 George-street, TO-DAY, TUESDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, at ll o'olook.

THIS DAV, TUKSUAÏ, Bl 11a.m.

In tho Rooms, 82 HUNTER-STREET.

BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE.

Tho OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE'S Right, Title, and Interest

(if any) in and tn HOUSE and LAND situate

KANGAROO HILL, MANLY.

C.

BANKRUPT ESTATE WILLIAM D. MORGAN,

THIS DAY, TUESDAY, at 12 noon. .

On thc Promises. 71 ERSKINEVILLE-ROAD,

MACDONALDTOWN.

BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE.

STOCK-IN-TRADE OF GROCERIES.

OF. AV. LLOYD and CO. will Boll by auction, _asabovo. Terms. Co»h._ JOHN P. LISTER (successor to A. Mooro and

Co.) has been instructed by Mr. AV. Scott to sell by Auction, at tho Labour Bazaar Auction Rooms, 247A Pitt street. THIS DAY,

The unredeemed sundries and jewollery pledged

with Mr. B. Davis, of 15 Botany-street.

At ll o'clock, sundries, comprising Held and opera

glasses, cutlery, E. P. wore, clocks, books, guns, revolvers, musical instruments; and

At 2 o'clock, jewollery. consisting of gold and silver

chronogmpho. lever and Waltham watches, gold alberts, chains, necklets, lockets, brooches, ear- rings, bracelets, pins, studs, solitaires ; diamond, J_signet, keeper, and wedding rings._

UNDER DISTRAINT FOR RENT. .

HYAM HAXNS-hna received instructions to Eell

by publio auction, THIS DAY, at 3 p.m., on tho premises, No. 247a Pitt-street, stock-in-trado of a Ash and oyster merchant ; also household furniture and effect*.

TO PRIA'ATE BUYERS, DEALERS, and Others.

IMPERATIVE and UNRESERVED SALE.

HYAM HAINS has rocclvod instructions to sell

by nublio auction, TO-MORROW, AVoduraday, at ll a.m., on the premises, Salisbury, 100 Hunter-street, Houso 'hold Furniture and Effect* of a ten-roomed house.

Telescope tables, overmantels Sideboards, suites, carnet*

Cutlery, glassware, E.P. ware AS'ardrobes, toilets, AV. waro

8 chests drawers, cots, commodes

10 single and double ¿-tester bedsteads Spring, kapok, and pulu mattresses Dresser, k. table, k. safe, linen

Miscellaneous furniture, &c, ¿co.

No Reserve. Terms, Cash.

TO-MORROW. AVcdnesday, at ll a.m.

Tho Furniture and Effects are in first-class order._

THIS DAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at ll a.m.

274 PITT-STREET (John P. Lister's lato rooms).

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, EFFECTS,

and PIANO, comprising

Bluck-and-flold PIANO. Fint-clnsa Instrument

DRAAVLNG-ROOM SUITES, OVERMANTELS Bookcase, Hall Stand, Sideboard (bev. glass back)

Massive Brass-mounted Bedstead, and 6. and D. Bedsteads Cedar Bedroom Suite, Duchesse Toilets, Wardrobe, Toilet

AVare, Rugs. Austrian Furniture, Tables, Pictures, Ornaments, Kitchen Utensils, fee.

DALWOOD and CO. will sell by auction the

above, AV1THOUT RESERVE._

THIS DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, at ll a.m.

Under Bill» of Sain.

Unreserved AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNI-

TURE and Effects at tho AUSTRALIA AUCTION ROOMS, 61 Castlcrcugli-slrc-ct, near King-street,

PIANOS by Aucherberg and Erard, 200 vols. Books,

Bookcases, Tables, Austrian Chain, Bedroom Suite, Chests Drawers, Sideboards, Bedsteads, AA'ashstanda and AVare, Sowing Machines, Gas Stoves, Gao Fittings, Globes, Crookeiv, Kitchen Utensils, &o.

WM. CRANE, Jun., will Boll as above,

THIS MORNING._ THIS DAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, at 11.30 o.m.

At tho ROOMS, 51 CASTLEREAGH-STREET.

Crockcrv, E.P. AVare, Books, Pictures, Cutlery, ¡tc., fto.

\_S7M. CRANE, Jun., lins been favoured with in

V T structions from tho MASTER-IN-LUNACY to sell

by auction, at ubov-.*.___

THIS DAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at 2.;«) o'clock. 67 FAH11AÍIATTA-ROAD, ANNANDALE.

Í71 T. ELLIOTT will sell Suites, chosts drawers,

' . washstands, tables, chairs, overmantels, ornaments, carpets, cutlery, clocks, wardrobes, and general household effects. '_

AVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. REGULAR AVEEKLY SALE.

SPECL1L NOTICE.

JAMES RODD and CO. will sell by auction, at

their Old-established Rooms, 7 AVynyord-street. i AVEDNESDAY Next, at ll sharp, and continuo Bcllir until list is disposed of. _ " TO-MORROW, .

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,

nt ll o.m.,

on tho PREMISES, 181 MACQUARIE-STREET

(comer of Hunter-street).

UNRESERVED BALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS,

comprising

BEDSTEADS and BEDDING BEDROOM SUITES

DININO-HOOM FURNITURE

D RA A VIN G-ROOM FURNITURE

KITCHEN and LAUNDRY UTENSILS.

WALTER BRADLEY and CO. hnvo boon

favoured with instructions to sell as above TO-MORROW, AVEDNEriDAY, at ll a.m.

TERMS, CASH.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

to

LADIES and GENTLEMEN requiring Electroplate, and

THE TRADE GENERALLY.

ATTRACTIVE UNRESERVED SALE

of

THE MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT

of

SUPERIOR ELECTROPLATE

in the Assigned stock of Mr. E. O. CREE,

GEORGE-STREET, Removed to tho

OLD BANK AUCTION BOOMS,

322 GEORGE-STREET,

for ita Adequate Display,

comprising

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF TABLE PLATE.

?ÇT7-ALTER BRADLEY and CO. have boon m

T T etructcd to conduct the above attractive unreserved sale, on THURSDAY. 7tll SEPTEMBER, ot ll a.m., at tho Old Bank Auction Rooms, 322 Georgo-atieet.

Tho attention of Ladies and Gentlemen furnishing lu particularly direct :d to this sale, each article of plato will

bo sold Bcparately.

ON VIEW,

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON,

THIS DAT, SEPTEMBER 8, at ll a.m.

7.10 Baga WHITE and YELLOW SUGARS 170 Caaes JAMS and TINNED FRUITS 42 Bag* WALNUTS 6 Casca BLACKING

60 Ditto rIjAID VBSTAS. Bugle brand

20 Ditto FLORIDA PACKINU CO.'S Whlto Popper

20 Ditto ASSORTED SOAPS 30 Ditto 4-Pinta SAUCE

fi Kegs ARMOUR'S PORK CASINGS

20 Canes VINEGAR

G Boxes TOBACCO

100 Bale« Union Paper Bags, i to 35 lb.

18 Ditto Gum Arabio

2 Tons Magic Soap

100 Quarter-casks Bulli Vinegar

160 Cases Flcmsburg Lager Beer.

Also,

on account of whom it may concern,

with all faults. 27 Oases EUREKA TABLE SALT

60 Ditto PET BRAND CONDENSED MILK.

To Grocers, Storekeepers, Dealers, &o.

HARRIS and ACKMAN will SELL the ABOVE

BY AUCTION, nt tho NEW AUCTION MART, 109 PITT-STREET, THIS DAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, at

_TERMS AT SALE._

MILSON'S POINT.

THIS DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, at ll «.m.

HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE 8ALE BY AUCTION,

at

HILDEN

CARABELLA-STREET,

MILSON'S POINT.

Under instructions from

Mrs. EMIL SILHEItUEKG,

prior to her departure for Europa.

Tho Whole of her

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

und EFFECTS.

I BARONIAL DINING-ROOM SUITE, in caned oak, cane

scuts and backs, consisting of two luegniilcent carving

chairs and six small chairs

I ANTIQUE CARVED OAK 8-DAY CLOCK, with full

cathedral chimes, striking hours und half-hours, gilt diul, a reliable timekeeper

ELEGANT DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, upholstered in

figured tapestry and maroon plush, comprising suttoe,

ludo's and gcnt.'s easy chairs, 2 gossip chairs, and

I MAGNIFICENT WALNUT AND GOLD UPRIGHT

GRAND PIANOFORTE, iron frarao, overstrung, with full rich tono and delicate touch, by WILMER, I CARPETS and LINOLEUMS

I GLASS, CHINA, and ELECTROPLATE, 4c, 4c.

HARRIS and ACKMAN have hoon favoured

with instructions from Mrs. EMIL SIL11ERBERG I to conduct tho IMPORTANT BALE by auction, at her

Residence ns above,

THIS DAY, 5th SEPTEMBER, at ll a.m._ THIS DAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, at ll a.m.

To Tailors, Storekeepers, and Manufacturers,

I SPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE SALE BY AUCTION, in

Ute Assigned Estate of H. Morrison and Co.,

Merchant Tailors, 173 Pitt-street

(City Bank-chambers).

This EXTENSIVELY ASSORTED BTOCK has been but recently selected from tho BEST LOOMS in ENG- LAND aud the CONTINENT, and includes WÜLFING cud CO. and BUBS und CO.'S Manufactures.

Fino BROADCLOTHS and VENETIANS

60IJD WORSTEDS. BEROES, SERGEEETTES ALL-WOOL MELTONS and WOOL COATINGS VICUNAS, FINE CORKSCREWS, and TWILLS FANCY TWEED and WORSTED 6-1 SUITINGS ALL NEW STYLES in TROUSERINGS

FANCY LINEN, MARCELLA and CASHMERE VEST-

INGS

ITALIAN CLOTHS, SILK SIROES, SELICIA8 SATIN LININGS, MACHINE SILKS,

and every Requisite in Trimmings,

kc, kc.

HARRIS and ACIC MAN have received instruc-

tions from tho Trustcos to sell tho above BY I AUCTION, on tliopromiscs, 173 Pitt-street,

THIS DAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, ut ll a.m.

TERMS AT SALE.

EXTENSIVE SALE BY AUCTION

of

SUPERIOR

COLONIAL-MADE FURNITURE,

comprising

CEDAR and PINE CHESTS OF DRAWERS,

Combination and Portable ;

PAIRS of CEDAR nnd FLVE TOILETS,

with Marble Tops;

HANDSOME CEDAR BOOKCASES,

Plate-glass Doors, with Drawers und Cupboards;

OFFICE TABLE8 and DESKS, TOILET TABLES,

Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Dressers, Pine Safes,

ELEGANT CEDAR and PINE BEDROOM SUITES,

Cedar and Pino Chltloniore, Cedar Chiffonier Safes,

DUNING TABLES,

Bingle and Double Washstands ;

LARGE CEDAR SIDEBOARDS, .

with Bevelled Plate-glass Back, and titted with

Drawers, Ueltarcllcs, 4o. ;

FINEund CEDAR WARDROBES,

with Bevelled Plate-glass Doors.

HANDSOME OVERMANTELS, MIRRORS, 4c,

in Walnut and Black-and-tiold Frames,

4c, 4c. 4a,

HARRIS and ACKMAN will hold the ABOVE

EXTENSIVE SALE BY AUCTION, nt the NEW AUCTION MART, 100 PITT-STREET, THIS DAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, ut half-iust 2 o'clock In the after,

noon.

TERMS, OASn.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at ll a,m.

6 Cases GLASS TABLE LAMPS 5 Ditto CARRIAGE PAINTS 10 Ditto PRINTERS' PAPER

2 Ditto JAPANNED CANISTERS

1 Ditto SOUTHERN and RICHARDSON'S CUTLERY 2 Ditto ATKINSON'S CUTLERY 80 Sets CARVERS in CABES

13 HIGH-CLASS CHANDELIERS 21 Boxes TURKEY STONE.

6 Casos HALF-TESTER BEDSTEADS, lin. posts, B.

and G., 0.0 x 1.0,

8 Cases, each 12 No. 18 LADIES' AUSTRIAN ROCKERS,

Also,

On account of whom it may concern.

With all faults.

18 Cases, roch IO HALF-TESTER BEDSTEADS, 0.8 x 4.8,

extending footruil, brass roda head and foot.

1 Case G. 0.' IRON.

To Ironmongers, Storekeepers, Furniture Warehousemen,

HARRIS and ACKMAN will SELL the ABOVE

BY AUCTION, at tho NEW AUCTION MART, IOU PriT-STREET, on WEDNESDAY Next, 0th SEP- TEMBER, et ll a.m.

__ ._TERMS AT SALE,_

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, at ll a.m.

Ground Brushes.

a Cases RUSBIAN BOWLS, assorted 1 Ditto SPONGES, assorted sizes.

To Ironmongers, Storekeepers, 4c.

HARRI8 and ACKMAN will sell the above BY

AUCTION, at the NEW AUCTION MART, 109 PITT-STREET, WEDNESDAY NEXT, 6th SEPTEM- BER, at ll a.m.

_TERMS AT BALE._

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, at ll a.m.

AT over CJ&B in Diamond over WP, 4 Bales WOOLPACKS.

DT over CJ4S in Diamond over WP, 1 Balo WOOLPACKS.

WBF&Co. in oblong over WP. 4 Bales WOOLPACKS.

HARRIS and ACKMAN wfll SELL the ABOVE

BY AUCTION, at tho NEW AUCTION MART,

109 PITT-STREET, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 6th I SEPTEMBER, nt ll a.m.

_TERMS AT SALE._

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, at ll a.m.

UNRESERVED BALE BY AUCTION

uf

VERY COSTLY and ELEGANT FITTINGS,

in tho Assigned Estato of

H. Morrison and Cu., 173 Pitt-street.

Under Instructions from tho Trustees.

V SPECIAL ATTENTION is Invited to this SALE, ; a» tho whole of these Fittings aro of tho very be*t dcscrip- | tion, built without regard to expense. They includu CEDAR COUN'I EUS mid CUTTING TABLES

ELEGANT OFFICE PARTITIONS and FIXINGS SUPERIOR BURGLAR-PROOF SAFE

OFFICE T ABLE and PIGEON-HOLES, with requisites OFFICE WASHSTAND and DESK, with brass mils CLOTHE8 STANDS, TABLES and DUMMIES BRASS RAILS and RODS, LINOLEUM 8 MIRRORS, sizes up to IOU. high.

Alsu,

tho wholo of tho PLANT in Workroom, TABLES, CHAIRS, PRESSING BOARDS

SEWING MACHINES, Ons Stovo sud Lona,

. ' 4c, ice.

HARRIS nnd ACKMAN have boen instructed by I

tho TRUSTEES to sell tho ubovo BY AUCTION, on |

the premise«, 173 Pitt-strcct, on

WEDNESDAY NEXT, 6th BEPTEMBER, at ll a.m.

_TERMS AT SALE._

THIS DAY, Tuesday, at 2 o'clock.

At tho Rooms, 2HU Pitt-street.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effect«, comprising

Drawing. Dining, and Hedroom Furnituro Kitchen Roquisitea, »ail Sundries ; also Double and Singlo Door Inm Safes.

DUNN uud WEBB will soil by uuctiou, as above. _Terms, Cash._

CLARKE AND ANOTHER v. ROTHWELL.

rpHE BAILIFF will sell, undor writ of fl. fa,, Fnr JL nlture, 4c, at 12 o'clock THIS DAY, Macpherson «beet, Middle Barbour, North Sydney, unless ia*4 tied,

AT THE BOOMS, 123 PITT-STREET,

THIS DAY, TUES OAY, SEPTEMBER 8,

ot ll O'CLOCK SHARP.

-ORIGINAL PACKAGES MEN'S AND WOMEN'S

BOOTS AND SHOES,

comprising

Women's Levant E.S., seam to too nnd romps, 8-7 Women's Glocö Kid ond Levant Balmorals, 8-7 Women's Heal Glace Kid Ilolmoruls, pumps, 8-0 Women'« Glacé Oxford nnd Derby Shoes, 34) Gont.'s Hond-sewn Satin Calf Hoots, 5-10 Men'« Whito Canvas Shoes, 6-10

Men's Glovo Kid Balmorals, fair stitch Women's Lasting E.S. Slippers

Children's Tatcnr Strap Shoos, 7-10.11-1 -.-',,. Ladies' Evening Court 8hocj, assorted ' Infants' Boots and Shoes, assorted.

IjïDWIN JACOBS and CO. will 'sell thoabove at

ld their Bourns, 123 Pitt-street, THIS DAY, Tuesday, 5th September, at ll o'clock sharp._

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

To Retail Jewellers, Storekeepers, Dealers, and others.

AT THR ROOMS, 123 PITT-STREET,

ON THURSDAY NEXT, SEIT EMBER 7,

AT ll O'CLOCK SHARP.

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE TRUSTEES.

THE WHOLE OF THE VALUABLE STOCK

of

GOLD and SILVER JEWELLERY

the Assignod Estala

of

.fTIDWTN JACOBS mid CO. will sell the above al J2J their Rooms, 123 Titt-street, on THURSDAY Next. 7th SEPTEMBER, at ll o'clock sharp.

ABSOLUTELY UNRESERVED._ BATT, RODI), and PfJitVES aro instructed to

Soil by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ROOMB, SS PITT-STREET, SYDNEY,

THIS DAY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,

nt Half-past ll o.m..

Tho following CITY, SUBURBAN, and COUNTRY

PROPERTIES :

OITY.-No. D DICK-STREET, CHIPPENDALE, a brick

dwelling of 4 rooms, kitchen, balcony, bnthroum, tc. ; Lund lett, frontage, just

oil Abeicrombre-street.

BURWOOD or STRATHFIELD, DRIVER'S-HOAD and

SPRING-STREET. - Duuble frontage Block, «Oft. by 146ft. ; on 61'lllSG STREET frontage is n ilrick Cottage of

4 roums, voinnduh back aud iront

WATERLOO.-BOTANY-ROAD, best part, 3 «hops,

No. 33, 35, and 87, on Lund 75ft. frontage, depth up to 112ft.

WATERLOO.-BOTANY-ROAD, 8 small buildings and

W.H.- Cottage. Nos. 03, 1)5, 07, and Ot); Laudöift. by 112ft.

HOMEBUSH.-PAHRAMATTA-ROAD and GEORGS.

STREE'!', Business Promises of Shop «nd 8 dwelling-rooms ; Land 20ft. Gin. frontage,

depth Holt. Good corner.

ROOKWOOD.-M'Killup's Eatuto, Lota 5 to 7, each 80ft.

xMOtt. l Lots, 33ft. 3in. by Molt,) and Lot II, 30ft. by 125ft. Bin. AU fronting

PARK-STREET.

MUDGEE.-A VALUARLE TOWN ALLOTMENT.

16ft. to MARKET-STREET, by depth of 163ft. Hin., laue at rear, between the pro* pcrtios of tho Bank of New South Wales, Commercial Banking Company of Sydnoya

in centro of trade.

Further particular» on application to tho Auctioneers, George-street, Parramatta, and 88 Pitt-street, Sydney.

" _BATT, RODD, andPURVEB.

7T~» DER Ol' SALE

SUNDRY PROPERTIES

to he

offered by PUBLIC AUCTION ot the Rooms,

138 PITT-STREET, at half-past ll o.nt.,

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.

FYMBLE. PYMBLE VIEW ESTATE, ia

5 tu 10 aero blocks, as per lithos.

TURRAMURRA. BLOCK of LAND, containing

10 acres 1 rood 28J perches, in ona

or two lots.

CITY MACQ.UARIE-ST. SOUTH, (By'order of tho Residence, No. 145, land 45 x 60, Mortgagees). lc»«ehold.

CITY. WATERLOO-PLACE and RE

GENT-STREET. - Shop und 3 Houses ; land 48ft. Gin. x 50.

SURRY HILLS. ALLOTMENT of UNO, hav-

ing IStt. Kiln, frontago to ARTHUR-STREET, by depth of

80ft.

BURRY HILLS. ALLOTMENT of LAND, har

ing 16ft. frontago to FflELVS 6TREET, bv depth of 70ft.

SURRY HILLS. ALLOTMENT of LAND, hav-

ing 16ft. frontage to LOWER CAMPBELL-STREET, by depth

ol SGft.

WAVERLEY. RESIDENCE known os ROCK

' LEY; land 12tift. to CARRING

TON-ROAD. and 120ft. «in. to Hooper-street,

ALEXANDRIA. Brick built SHOP, fronting

Hendorson-road, land 20 x So.

WAVERLEY. BUILDING SITE, having 40ft

to Prospecl-otrflfct, by depth of

125ft

HARDIE AND GORMAN,

_AUCTIONEERS.

To Creameries, Jam or Butterine Makers, or ïteoui

Laundry Men.

A Rare Opportunity to tcouro a NEW and COMPLETE

PLANT, suitable for any of tho above businesses, and also, at l'urchosor'« Option, Lease of present Conve-

nient Premise», comprising- " "

Steam Eugine. Boiler, Steam Pipes, Jacketed Vat», Butter

Worker, Chains, Enterprise Meat-Chopper, 8erow and Hydraulic Brosses, Meat Slicer, Scales, Spring Cort, Oil Cans, Shalting. Pulleys, Belting, ic, ic

Catalogue» ready. Inspection invited daily, between 0 and li a.m. "",, . , . WPRITCHARD and SON havo received

. instructions from the Liquidator of the Margarine Company of N.B.W. to «oil by publiD auction, unless pre- viously disposed of, TO-MORROW. WEDNESDAY, 6th September, ot 2 o'clock, on tho premises, Viow-strect, Annandale, th« abovo-devcribed and most complete plant, either os a whole and going concern, or in lots to «ult buyers. m n ,

_No Reserve. Term», Cash. _ SATU RDAYTÎ^SEPTEMBÉÙ, at 3 o'clock. ~

JES80N-STREET, WATERLOO ESTATE, ALEXAN-

DRIA, cloaotothe BALACLAVA HOTEL, and next ta Mr. Alfred Holloway's property.

TWO CAPITAL ALLOTMENTS of LAND, having a

FEO NT AGE of 16ft Oin. each to JESSOX-STKELT by a DEPTH of M>ft. to «Oft -lane at rear.

TITLE FREEHOLD.

TPHILLirS will sell the above by auction oa

. the Ground on SATURDAY NEXT, at 3 o'clock, l -CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTIES Í5Ü

AUCTION.

1. FIVE DOCK. Edenholmo, Mureay, and Bay

roads-LAND, in area about 3| acres, together with a substan- tially-built Brick COTTAGE on concrete foundation, known as Brunswick, containing } hall, 6 rooms, pantry, verandahs (back and front), good supply of water. Freehold Title.

8. CITY PROPERTY. Hartley-street, off Abercrom

bio-stieet-Two two-story Brick HOUSES, one is built ut brick on stone foundation, «lalo roof, sud contains 6 Iorgo rooms, kitchen, hall, brick coachhouse and stable with loft, yard all bricked; tho other ia built of brick on concreto foundation, slate roof, and con- tains hall, 6 rooms, kitchen «nd bathroom, gas and water laid on; both connected with tho sower. Land 81ft Oin. x 61ft, along o lane at the aide to a lune at tho rear. Freehold Title,

3. CITY PROPERTY. No«. 4 and 0 Pine-street through

to Stream-street, two 2-story Brick HOUSES, No. 4 contains 5 rooms, kitchen ; No. 6 contains 4 rooms, kitchen, washshed with copper. On tho Btrtaro-sfieet frontage ia erected brick atabla for 8 horses, with loft overhead, patt of yard Hugged and covered in. The land has 80ft Gin. frontage to Pine-street, with n depth of Haft, through to Stream-street, and

80ft Oin. frontage to that street. Title, Freehold.

WATKIN and W ATKIN will otîer tho above

described Properties at auction, in their Rooms, SIS Pltt-dtreot, on MONDAY, 11th SEPTEMBER, 1SD2, at

11.80 o.m.

_W. H. PIGOTT. Vendor's Bolicitor._

DULWICH HILL, COTTAGE lt K81DENCE, situated at

corner of ANDERTON-STREET and MARRICK V1LLE-ROAD, containing Drawing, Dining, and Breakfaetmis.,6bedi-ms., bathrm,, kit., pantry, waslih,, tubs ondcop., ver. back and front, marble mantels, tiled hearths, electric bella. Lund, oott.f runt to Marrickville road by o depth of lOGft ulong Anderton-strcet.

DUET? and RHODES have received iustruction»

to sell hy PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, 12th Sept, at 11.00, at their Rounia, loo Pitt-street, as above.

CITY.-TWO HOUSES, aituuted 136 and 187 HILET

6TREET, near LIVERPOOL-STREET, each built of brick on «tone, slate roof, and containing 5 room«, kitchen, bathroom, pantry, balcony, washhouse, fixed tubs, copper, ga«, and water (proporty fn thorough re- pair); total rents, f 124 16a p. a. Also 4-stall atable,

willi loft attached.

DUFF and RHODES have received instructions

to «ell by PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, 12th September, at 11.30, at thoir Room», 109 Pitt-st" as obore.

PARRAMATTA.

VALUABLE BUILDING MATERIALS.

POSITIVE CLEARANCE SALE.

The Wholo of tho

OLD WOOLPACK HOTEL BUILDINGS,

now upon the lBnd situate in George and Manden

streets, Porramatta.

TUESDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER,

By Order of tho Hon. thc Minister of Justice.

JOHN TAYLOR and CO. will sell by pubUo

auction,

ON THE GROUND,

corner of George and Marsden streets.

Parramatta,

TUESDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER,

at 11 o'clock,

Tho wholo of the extensive buildings now upon th«

abovo land, comprising material« in good order, suitable tor the erection of houses, &c.

In lota to meet the convenience of all classes of

purchasers.

TERMS. CASH.

_N.B.-Conditions deolnred qt sale._ MESSRS. BROWN and JOSKE, of Suva, Fiji,

Auctioneers, hovo received instruction« from J. H. Garrick, the Attorney for tho proprietor, to sell, at their Rooms. Thomson-street, Suva, Fiji, at an early duto in Soptcmbcr, tho wholo of the

MASUSU «nd NA DU A TEA ESTATES,

comprising about 400 acres of freehold land. 200 acrosof which

aro planted with ten, fogether with all machinery and

Also tho outter Annie.

Full particular» relativo to tho estate can be obtained

from tho Auctioneers, or .

J. H. GARRICK, .

Bolicitor,

BUT», «iii

Dated til» 18th day of August, 16«3. j

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