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Amusoments.

A I E T Y T II E A: TR E. Lessee and Manager. Mr. L. M. Bavlcss.

Directress .Mrs. M. Gladstane Buvlcss.

Doors open 7, commence 7.-15, terminate 10.-15;, * -

EIGHTH WEEK. EIGHTH W'EEK.

Mr. ALFRED DA Si PIEU, '

LILY and ItOSE,

supported liv .«. - .. -. Miss AM IK A DF.ltE and

Mr. BAYLESS' DKAMATIC COMPANY,

including Mr. W. G. CAREY.

THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING,* NOVEMBERln,

HAMLET HAMLET HAMLET HAMLET

? HAJÍÍ'KT : ' HAMLET

HAMLET TO-NIGHT. HAMLET HAMLET , -HAMLET

HAMLET

".HAMLET HAMLET

^MLET... .... ... . - ... . Mr. ALFRED DAMPIER, Ghost-M Ramlet's Father ... ;.. Mr. W, G. Cavoy.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER SO,

OTHELLO ? . . " OTHELLO

-WEDNESDAY. OTHELLO WEDNESOAY.

? OTHELLO

. " OTHELLO i .

IAGO ... ,7.: ,V. ... .... Mr, ALFRED DAMPIER OTHELLO.,, ... :.. ". ... Mr. W, G. CAREY.

. Box plan at Messrs. Nicholson Co.'s. 325, George-street.

QU EE N'S T H E A ? T K E.

Lessee anißtago Managov .,. ... Mr. J. F. Keogh.

Manager . ;;' . ... Mr. E. D. Havcurth. Scenic Artist ... .Mr. Geo. Perriman. '

. CROWDED HOUSES. CROWDED HOUSES.

\ ROARS uF LAUGHTER,....

. nightly greet Ireland's great Comedian,

? . ' . GRATTAN RIGGS

GRATTAN RIGGS , - = GRATTAN RIGGS.

TUE GREATEST SUCCESS

of thc year. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED.,

TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. , THE IRISH DETECTIVE

THE IRISH DETECTIVE,

in which Grattan Riggs will sustain

SEVEN DISTINCT CHARACTERS. - .-'

Miss MARIAN WILLIS '.Í1

as "Marv Hovt."

Mr. J. B. STEELE as " Wm. HOYT,"

supported by tho Star Dramatic Company. ?Reserved Seals, -ls ; Circle, 3s; Stalls, 2s; Pit, ls.

Box plan at \V. II. Paling's Music Store, George-street.

, /^^"ILSON'S GltEAT WORLD CIRCUS.

OiVERY EVENING, AND "WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY

. . ; AFTERNOON.

All the Great Lady and Gentleman Eiders. All the incomparable Gymnasts.

All the marvellous and wonderful Acrobats-. ' ' i Tho magnidcont Stud of highly-educated Horses.

TO-NIGHT. TO NIGHT. TO-NIGHT.

Thc Great Theodore Mathews. ' The Great William Matthews. I- Little Charlie,

thc most comical little clown that ever entered any arem».

Thu Croat Hector. Thc Great Fane.

Tho Great Moxon ns August the Dummy.

Young Prince Adolphe.

The Great George Shields, Australia's Champion Rider.

Thc Great Master Cooke.

Thu Great O'Brien.

All TO-NIGHT in a Mammoth Performance.

And in addition to our Regular Programme,

THU GREAT STEEPLECHASE

OVER HURDLES, WATER JUMPS, AND TERRIFIC

CASCADES.

OUR SEASON POSITIVELY DRAWING TO A CLOSE,

so embrace opportunity of witnessing the

'GBANDEST, LEG1TI1\L\TE," MOBT REFINED, and

TALENTED CIRCUS ENTERTAINMENT

ever presented to un Australian Public.

FREE ADMISSION TO THE ORPHANS.

"WHY NOT AMUSE tho ORPHANS Í lt has been my custom flnring my different tours around tho world, to invite the inmutes Df Orphan und other Charitable Asylums FREE to my GREAT CIRCUS, being amply repaid by tho bright faces« and hearty enjoyment of these unfortunate waits. This arrangement will be carried out in till parts of Australia, and managers of public charities, of all denominations, may accept this as a general invi- tation to attend To-morrow Afternoon's (Wednesday) Entertain- ment, and ovary Wednesday afternoon during our stay. It is expected that the children will attend in a body, and under the charge of their teachers._' _ O ' P I R 1. T , U . A L I S M

? VICTORIA HALL,

, Castlcreugh-strect, opposite St. James' School.

MRS. ADA FOYE will give her final

\LECTURE and SEANCE for TESTS and MESSAGES,

ut thc above Hull,

THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, November 29,

fiprcvious to her departure for America by tho R.M.S. City of

Sydney.

Doors open at 7.15.

Commence at 8. Admission-3s, 2s, and ls, .

"''.A SON I C II A LL.

' . : GIFTS, GIFTS, GIFTS. ....

GRAND SUCCESS of , ? THE WORLD.

.GRAND SUCCESS-Of '?

THE WORLD. ' ? ' "? TO-NIGHT

TO-NIGHT ? THK WORLD

TUE WORLD. ?? : .

pi.RAND SCOTCH CONCERT mJf . ? will be given by the

HIGHLAND SOCIETY'S MUSICAL UNION,

on

ST. ANDREW'S NIGHT.

WEDNESDAY, SOth November,

in thu : PROTESTANT HALL.

Under the conductorship of Professor EDWARD GHEDE.

For programme sec lust Saturday's papers. . ;

Tickets-Reserved Seats, 3s ; Body ot Hall and . Front Gallery, gs : Side Gallery, ls. To be had ot all Musicsollcnv

_GEORGE WILSON^JL3n.J5c^otary._.

^JTTENIN"G SYDNEY ARCADE.

Full Choral REHEARSAL, THIS EVENING, St. James's Schoolroom, 8 o.'clock.

Any ladies or gentlemen wishing to join, please meet tho Con duetor, Mr. C. ll. FOSTER, nt above._ AUSTRALIAN VINEGAR WORKS CALAMITY.

Miss Claru Hamilton will give ono of her Popular Enter- tainments in aid of the Families bereaved by the sad accident at tho above works, in thc Protestant Hall, MONDAY, December 19. TWA 'OOHS ut Hume.-Miss C. Hamilton's Grand

Scotoh Concei t, School of Arts, Ashfield, Wednesday, Dec. 14. MDLLE. CH ARBONNET, sotUitiK in Sydney, receives

Piano PUPILS. Orwell Cottage, 12U.Victoriu-sr., Dailinghst. GARDEN "PALACE." "GARDEN PALACE.-Mr.

Raworth's Wutcr Colour Paintings, open daily, 1 to 0. Free.

S T R ALIAN J O C IC E Y" CLUB.

IMPORTANT NOTICE. ' '

The GENERAL ENTRIES for the A. J. C. SUMMER MEET- ING (BOXING DAY) will CLOSE with tho undersigned on or before 4 p.m., on THURSDAY SENT, DECEMBER 1st.

T. S. CLIBUORN, Sec. A. J. C;

103, King-street. Sydney._j RUSTRA Ll AN JOCKEY' CLUB.)

OWNERS and TRAINERS aro reminded Unit, unless they SCRATCH for thc DECEMBER STAK ES on or BEFORE TI1UESUAYNEXT, 1st December, they will bo liable tor thc half forfcit. £5._

gïïNÏÏ TURF CLUB.

NOTICE TO OWNERS AND TRAINERS.

TUE GENERAL ENTRIES

for thc SUMMER MEETING (to bc held Saturday, 31st Decem- ber, 1881) will CLOSE willi thc undersigned on or before 4 p.m. on THURSDAY NEXT. December 1st.

T. S. CLIBUORN, Sec. S. T. C. 1G3, King-street,_

J O. G. T.

Grand PICNIC, under the auspices of tho Grand Lodgo of N..S. W., Right Worthy Grund Lodge oí tho World, on Boxing , Day, December 20,1S81, at Cremorne.

These well-known grounds ure, from their proximity to Sydney, !nnd the views of thu harbour und different bays of Port Jackson obtained therefrom, tho best adapted for pieniciau.s ; their near- ness to Sydney offer unexceptional inducements to lumilics who wish to have a dav's recreation mid enjoy the balmy breezes without the uncomfortable crowding of a long journey. Every care and attention will be paid to tho comfort and convenience of the public. A variety of sports will be provided. Three (3) large, comfortable, and fast, steamers have been engaged, «nd will ply throughout thc day, starting from east side of No. 2 Jetty, Cir- cular Quay, at 8.30 u.m., and the last return steamer from Crc aiorno not later than 7 p.m. Tho approaches have been put in repair, and thc pavilion in good order. The City Fire Brigade's Band, of 10 performers, hus been engaged, and will play now mid popular musio throughout the dav. An adéquate supply of bot ind cold water provided, ltefrcslinicnts will be provided by a [ompetcnt enterer, which will bc n snllic.iont guarantee that this lepartment will be carried out in a flist-clnss manner, and will bo pf the best quality, at Sydney prices. The whole of the arrange- ments will bo camed out by a strong committee. No intoxicating liquors allowed on tho grounds ; und any portons misconducting themselves will be peremptorily expelled therefrom, thereby pro- tecting thc visitors from the annoyances of Inrrikinism.

For programme of sports sec future advertisements.

TENDERS will ho received up to SATURDAY next, for tho i.ght of thc grounds for refreshments, addressed to

W. G. WH1TEFORD, Hon. Sec.,

_Temperance Hall.

ATIONAL HALL, Ciisfloroiip;h-8t.-»A. BARKER'S Quadrille Assembly, TO-NlGjI Thickets, it.; . Ladies, free. M' RS. ALLWÖOD'S Soloc.t Quadrille Assembly, ovory

Tuesday Evening. Gents., 2s j ladles, free. City Hall.

A MERICAN NOVELTY CO.'S Golden Rula Bazaar. /A. -shilling and Sixpenny Ta hies. _ 20) und 203, Pitt-street.

j^PLENDID sCUDIViSION BLOCK.

TO-MORROW wo sell, nt our Rooms. 212 ACRES of LAND, iltTiotc between CANLEY VALE «ml FAHIFIELD STATIONS, having over 4000 FEET frontage to the RAILWAY LINE

Fuller particulars from HARDIE and GORMAN, 133. Pitt itreet. _____ _ ._!_?-? ?_TENUS BLOCKS.

ETÉRYBÜDY should road EDWARD HORDERN'S

Advertisement* in Dinner;' Column, this dav's Herald.

rp HEATH IS lt O Y A E.

. Lessee . ... ... Mr. Samuel Lanar.

Treasurer. .Mr. G. I.. Goodman, btago Manager. ... ... Mr. George Leopold.

OPEILTSEASON.

WILLIAMSON'S OPERA COMPANY.

Enthusiastic reception of tho new -F-sthctlo Opera,

PATIENCE PATIENCE. .-.PATIENCE

ny an nndicneo that tested\ho holding capabilities of this iorgo Theatro to its utmost on Saturday evening, and unanimously pro- nounced to he the most delightfully written, composed, arid ren- dered of any work of its kind' over given iii tho southern

hemisphere.

THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, November 23,

and until further notice, Gilbert mid Sullivan's chef d'oeuvre,

PATIENCE,

CHARACTERS: Miss MAGGIE MOOEE,

Miss ALICE REES,

Messrs. ARMES BEAUMONT, HOWARD VERNON. J. F.

FORDE. Sicnor RICCARDI. and Signor VERDI,

Misses FANNY LIDDIARD, LILLIE FORDE, mid

BESSIE ROYAL.

Rapturous Maidens and Officers of nragoon Guard?.

By a carefully selected and thoroughly trained Chorus.

Tbc opera produced under the stage management of Mr. GEO. LEOPOLD and the able musical direction of Signor GIOUZA, the whole being under tho personal supervision of Mr. J, C.

?WILLIAMSON.

Tho Costumes, Uniforms, and Accoutrements bv the leading

finns of London and Paris.

Scenery by Mr. ALFRED CLINT.

Admission-Dress Circle,5s; Stalls, Ss; Family Circle, 2s; rit.ls.

Doors open at 7.3(1 p.m., commence nt H o'clock.

Box office open daily at Elvy und Co.'s, George-street, where seats can be secured six days in advance Tickets for all part« of tho house at Lloyd's, next to Theatre Roval.

_AUTHUR GARNER. Manager.

rp ll E A T lt E ll O Y~A~"L.

WANTED, a few moro LADIES for thc Ballet, and Amazons for the Pantomime, Apply at 10 o'clock This Morning.

? _R. STEWART.

Q 3P E it & H 5 Ü S~"Ë.

Lessee and Manager . Mr. W. J. Wilson

Stage Manager .Mr. E. B. Boothnwn.

TO-NIGnT. TUESDAY,

AND EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK, THROUGH THE LEGITIMATE SUCCESS OF

Mr. JAMES CARDEN

and

Miss MARSTON LEIGH,

in

their unrivalled impersonations

of

BERTUCCIO nnd FIODELSIA,

in

TnE FOOL'S REVENGE THE FOOL'S REVENGE THE FOOL'S REVENGE,

.' RY TUE LATE TOM TAYLOR.

Admission: Private Boxes, _2 2s; Dress Circle, 5s; Orchestra Chnirs,8s; Stalls, 2s; Pit, ls. Box plan nt A. Huenerbeln's. 411, Gcorgo-strect, opposite Royal Hotel. Tickets for sale at John- ston's, tobacconist, next to Theatre. Doors open at 7.30. Com-

mence at 8. Carriages at 10.SO.

£J H JA I Ö T C H U lt C H, SYD N"ËY.

SALE OF WORK.

A SALE of useful and fancy Articles will bo held at tho Tem- perance Hall, Pilt'*trcot, on

THURSDAY

and

FRIDAY,

8th and 9th December. Doors open at 2 o'clock.

_Admission, Gd._ ON WEDNESDAY, tho 30Í1ÍTNovember, a BAZAAR

will be held at the

LISGAR SCHOOL,

in aid of the above Institution.

Original Drawings and Fancy uud useful Works will bc ex. hibited. _

GRAND MOONLÍGHT ËICWRSÏÔN TO

WATSON BAY.

TUESDAY, IDECEMBER Bf h.

Steamer leaves No. 3 .letty, Circular Quay, half-past 7 o'clock.

CROWN-STREET~PRIMITIVE~" METHODIST

SABBATH SCHOOL.

A PICNIC in connection with the above will bo held at Tenny- son, TO-MORROW, Wednesday, ,10th.

Boats to leave Woolloomooloo Bav Wharf at S.30 and ll a.m. Tickets-Adults, ls Od; children,'ls.

Hot water provided.

MASbNIC~PÏCNic7^_TÏiô Members of-Lôdgo

Newtown Kilwinning, No. 378. Scottish Constitution, will celébralo their Annual FESTIVAL nt Pearl Bay, Middle Harbour, on WEDNESDAY* (St. Andrew's Dav), SOth Novomber.

Tickets m»y be procured from S. H. Young, 05, Castlereagh street; Henry Vaughan. King-street; A. G. Cburchwnoil, 147, York-street ; H. Harry, grocer. Redfern : or from any member of committee^_JOHN J. SHlrLEY, Secrotary.

CH À íí L Ë S HUE N E~R~B~Ë'T"NyS

KONOOWAKUA POLKA KONOOWARRA tobo POLKA KONOO WARRA hud POLKA KONOOWARRA . Principal POLKA KONOO WA RUA Music POLKA KONOOWARRA Sellers POLKA KONOOWARRA und TOLKA

RODONDO CHAULES SCHOTTISCHE RODONDO H L'EN ERB EIK'S SCHOTTISCHE RODONDO Beethoven SCHOTTISCHE RODONDO Pianoforte SCHOTTISCHE RODONDO .Warehouse SCHOTTISCHE RODONDO - SCHOTTISCHE

_178. PITT-STREET. _

WHEN THIS BRIDGE IS BUILT and lund has

DOUBLED IN VALUE at NORTH SHORE (which it

SURELY WILL), you'll be VERY SORRY you didn't buy land

there, then

BE WISE mid BUY WHILE YOU CAN

at tho

WILLOUGHBY ESTATE LAND SALE,

on

SATURDAY noxt. at 3 p.m.,

ON THE GROUND.

POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE.

_BATT, RODD, and PURVES. NORTH SHORE,

THE FAVOURITE SUBURB.

WILLOUGHBY ESTATE,

THE PICK OF NORTH SHORE.

Salo Dav, NEXT SATURDAY,

ON THE GROUND, at 3p.m. POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE.

_._"~Î)ATT, RODD, and PURVES. S

A TU RD A Y NEXT.

RANDWICK.

AVOCA-SQUARE.

ATTEND TUE SALE

and

. SECURE A CHOICE VILLA SITE.

SPLENDID POSITION,

CLOSE TO THE TRAM. GRAND VIEWS.

RICH SOIL.

TORRENS' TITLE.

WONDERFULLY EASY TERM8. CALL FOR A LITHOGRAPH.

FREE TRAM TICKETS ON DAY OF SALE. '

MILLS. PILE, and GILCHRIST.

Auctioneers.

Building Materials.

THE GOSPEL OAK IRON AND GALVANIZED

IRON AND WIRE COMPANY.

FIRST PRIZE MEDAL. SYDNEY EXHIBITION, 1879-80; _^lELllOURNE. 1380-81._ _

riYHE GOSPEL OAK IRON ÄND GALVANIZED JL IRON AND WIRE COMPANY.

IRON MANUFACTURERS AND GALVANIZERS.

TUADF. MAHKS.

First Brand Second Brand " O anchor O." " Eagle."

First quality. Eagle quality.

Thc Gospel Oak is thc oldest manufacture of GALVANIZED IRON in England. The original Galvanized Tinned Iron was first mado at these works in the year 18J2. This iron obtained the prize medal for " EXCELLENT QUALITY" at thc Great Exhi- bition of 1802, it being the ONLY PRIZE MEDAL awardedin the trade. Tho price is now greatly reduced.

Works: Gospel Oak Iron Works, Tipton

Mitre Works, Wolverhampton

Regent's Canal, Limehouse, London.

Warehouse : 56, Uppor Thames-street, London.

Export Office: 110, Cannon-street, London._

OR SALE, BUILDING MATERIALS of houses' in Market-street, comprising Bricks, Galvanized Iron, Timber, Flagging, Ute., &c. Apply H. Hicks' stall, Interior Georgc-strect Markets._

ANGOR and American Slates, ntlowost rates ; Content. Plaster, Sheet Lead, Oven Tiles and Fire Blicks. Galvanized Iron and Pipe, Marble Mantelpieces, Register Grates, &c. G. E. CRANE and SON. 21 to 31, 1'itt-aticct, Circular Quay._ CEMENT, various brand«, now landing, nt reduced

prices. G. E. Crane mid Son, City Cement Stores, Pitt-st. N. SLATES, Bangor and American, from 16 x S to 24 x 12.

Grcatreductions.^V.JlARYj Railway lMdge._ OREGÔN,~Colouiiï, and Kauri Flooring;, Deal Lining,

Hardwood, all sizes ; Galvanized Iron, Cement, and all building materials, cheap. F. E. NORWOOD, Liverpool-road, opposite station, Ashlleld._ GALVANIZED Iron Pipe, with fittings; Sheot Lead

and Lead Pipe. J. A. BROWN, 238. Pitt-street. _ FIFTY THOUSAND feet Gutter Pipo, RidKin_, &c,

reduced prices. J. A. BROWN, 238. Pitt-street._ ALVANIZED plain and corrugated Iron, all lengths und 6aug0H._Tanks to order. J. A. BROWN, 238, Pitt-st.

T"~lME.-Puro Marble LIME~ivud Donni's' Welsh Firo ?JLi Clay. Marble Lime Company's Depot, 8,_Klng-stroct._

ÄTJlTl PINÉ7Ñ7Z.7400,000 feoVT. und G. Flooring, _6 and 4 in., seasoned. G. F. Mason, Patent Slip Wharf.

KA'URI PINE, N. Z., Doors, Architraves, Skirting, _Mouldings, B.W. Boards, &c. G. F. MASON._ 17-lOR SALE, 20 tons broken BLUE METAL. Apply

3_Wharfinger, Market Wharf. _ T710R SALE, old BRICKS and STONE ond WOOD, JD for building. Cooper and Norton streoto._

RENUS BLOCKS.

TT'VERYBODY should read EDWARD HORDERN'S

Xii Advertisements in Drapery Column, this dar's Herald.

_Teiinors._

(]0NSU1,AT1¡_O F FïTÂlTcË".

NOTICE ls hereby given that on thc day following tho arrival of inc second mail m Jiimmrv next ut Noumea (Now Caledonia), ut 0 a.m Sealed TENDERS will be received in the office of thc. Ordonnateur mr the Sumdy nf Pure Wheal Flour, roquired during the year beginning on April 1,1SS2, viz. :

Superfino . 1.000,00o kilograms Household . 1,800,000 l ull particulars can be obtained at the Consulate.

" , .. , .'. Dl'.COURT, Consul for Franco. Sydney, November 23,1RS1.

CANTERBURY" ROAD TRUST.-TENDERS "oro

Hinted for Stonn Culvert at Canterbury. Specification to bo seen at Tollbar, Canterbury.

.v"1'1'1}?,".!? i° l,B scnt *° Mr'- J0,lN «"ICO. Canterbury, not later than \\ EDN bSDAY, tho 7lh December next. Tho trustees will not necessarily accept tim lowest or any tender.

No. S1-1Ï4. Tóiñlíícrk'»' Óliicc7svdñey¡

_ _ November 28. ISSI,

T3 AND WICK, COOGEE, AND BUNNERONG -*-»J TOLL-GATE.

TENDF.US for thc Lease of tho llandwick, Coogee, and Bun- nerong Toll-bar, for tho year 1SS2, will bo received al this ottlce until ll o'clook on TUESDAY, the 13th December.

Conditions ol lease may bo seen on applying to tile under-

signed.

_CHAS. II. WOtH.COTT, Town Clerk. No. 81-115. Tow n Clerk'sOll.ee, Sydney,

November 28, ISSI.

rjOLLS AND DUES OF CITY MARKETS.

TENDERS will bo received ut this ofliee until ll o'clock on TUESDAY, the 13tli December, for n Leaso nf tho Tolls and Dues dcrivablo from tho George-street Markets and tho llelmore Markets, from tho 1st January to 31sl Dei-ember, 1SS2.

Conditions of lease may bc teen on applying to thc under-

signed.

_ÇHASL H. WOOLCOTT, Town Clerk. No. 81-11G. Town Clerk's Onice, Sydney,

_ November 28, ISSI.

?^yATER FOUNTAIN, CIRCULAR QUAY.

TENDERS will bo received ut this otlice until ll o'clock on TUESDAY, 13th December, for a Lease of the Fountain al thc Circular Quay for tho year 1SS2.

Conditions of lease univ bo seen on applying to tho under- signed.

..._CHAS, li. WOOLCOTT. Town Ck rk._ 81-117. Town Clerk's OIHce. Sydney,

28th November. ISSI.

IjflORTY-NINE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED

POUNDS CORPORATION DEBENTURES.

TENDERS will bo received at this Office until II o'clock on TUESDAY*, 13th December, from persons willing to ndvanco thc whole or any part of the sum of Forty-nine thousand teven Win- dred pounds on Corporation Debentures of £100 each (sewerage £29,700, water £20,000), bearing interest at thc rate of G per ' oentum per annum for a currency of 20 years from 1st January,

1S82.

CHAS. H. WOOLCOTT, Town Clerk.

PYRMONT ANNUAL REGATTA, BOXING DAY,

ISSI.

TENDERS arc invited for tho right to Supply Liquors on tho Flagship. Ditto, &c. on the Point. Separately or in one sum.

Right toconvoy visitors to and from tho flagship.

Catering, luncheon for committee, mid refreshments on bonni

flagship.

Tenders to be sent in on or before 2nd December. Highest teador not necessarily accepted.

_S. B. BALY", J. G. CARTER, Hon. Secs.

(J O BUILDERS.

TENDERS will bo received up to thc 7lh of December for tho Erection of a Terrace of six Houses, Elizabeth-road, off Roslyn

strect, as follows :

1. Excavators', masonry, and brickwork.

2. Carpenters', joiners', and finishing trades.

3. Thc wholo in one sum.

Plans and specifications, and full particulars may bo obtained

at tho office of

THOMAS ROWE, Architect,

_Vickcry's-chombors, Pitt-strcct.

rj o B ü JT~L D is ii s

TENDERS will bo received up to thc 5th of December for tho Erection of Two Semi-detached Villas at Waverley, as follows :

1. Excavators, masonry, iinil-brickwork.

2. Carpenters'joiners','und finishing trades.

3. Tho whole in ono sum.

Pinns and specifications and full particulars may ba obtained at tno olllco of ? . ' ' . ? .

THOMAS ROWE, Architect, '.

_Vickcry's-chambcrs. Put-street.

.'jl Ö H U I L D Ë R S.

TENDEES arc invited by tho committee of the Hawkesbury

Raco Club for the Erectnn of an

OUTER OR DERBY STAND, on thc Hawbcsbury Racecourse.

Plans and specifications mid other particulars can bc obtained from the undersigned, and to whom ail tenders must bc delivered by tho evening of TUESDAY, November 29, ISSI.

C. S, GUEST,

Secretary H. ll. Club.

Richmond, October 20,ISSI.__ ill '"O' "B "U" Ï li D E" R S.. JL -TENDERS are invited for tho Erection and Completion ot new BANKING PREMISES, for the Commercial Banking Com- pany, at LITHGOW.

Plans and Spécifications may be seen on application to thc MANAGER of thc Commercial Bunk nt LITHGOW; nnitthe offices of the Architects, to whom tenders arc lo bc delivered on or before WEDNESDAY. 7th December.

MANSFIELD, BROTHERS, Architects,

_ 121. Pitt-slrret. Sydney.

T" O B Ul LD È R S.-T ÉND 1ÍR S ^ru~mitred for Yho

Erection ola flrst-oluss Villa Residence, at Homebush, for H. A. Uiher. Esq. Tender-, to be sent in on or before MONDAY, 12th December, to my olllco, where plans und spécifications may bo seen on application to

STANLEY H. UTHER, Architect, 177, Pitt-street.

TO BUILDERS.-TENDERS will be received at our

office for the Erection and Completion of two Semi-detached Houses at Waverley. Tenders close 5th December.

THORNLEY and SMEDLEY, Architects,

171. York-street.

TENDERS will be received at our office to the 5th

December for the Erection and Completion of a Cottage Re-

sidence, Greenfield Estate.

For plans and specifications apply to

THORNLEY and SMEDLEY,

Architects, 171, York-street.

TENDERS will be received up fo the 5th instant, for

Alterations and Additions to premises, Parramatta-road, Petersham. Plans, &c.. at our Offices, 171, York-street.

THORNLEY and SMEDLEY. Architects.

TO BUILDERS, &c.,-TENDERS are requested for the      

Erection and Completion of a Dwelling-house, containing shop, &c, Bnrwood-road, Burwood. Tenders close on SATUR- DAY, 3rd December, at 12 noon.

EVAN EVANS, Architect,

Corn Exchange-chambers, Haymarket.

TO BUILDERS, &c,-TENDERS close for Dwelling-  

house, Abigail-st, Summer Hill, TO-MORROW, at 12 noon.

EVAN EVANS, Architect,

Corn Exchange-chambers, Haymarket.

TO BUILDERS.-Whole or Separate TENDERS are

invited, on the 30th, for a DWELLING-HOUSE at RAND- WICK. Plans and specifications to be seen at Terry's-chambers,   86, Pitt-street.

BOLSTER and JUSTELIUS.

Architects (late William Boles).  

TENDERS invited , by December 5 for the Erection of

a Five-roomed Cottage, North Shore, as follows :

1. Excavation, masonry, brickwork, and drainage. 2. Plaster- ing. 3. Carpenters', joiners', and finishing trades. 4. The whole in one sum. Plans and specifications can be seen at

W. CLELAND'S, Burton-street, Milson's Point.  

TO BUILDERS--TENDERS are invited for the Erec-

tion of a Villa at Randwick, for J. P. M'Guanne, Esq.. until the 7th December. Plans and specifications at the office, 338,

George-street. HAROLD BREES, Architect. TENDERS required, until December 6th, for the erec-

tion of a Primitive Methodist Brick Schoolroom, at Marrick-   ville. Plans and specifications may be seen on application to Rev. R. JENNINGS, Woodliind-street, off Illawarra-road, Marrick- ville. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. TENDERS are invited until Friday, 2nd December, for

the Erection of two Shops at Summer Hill for Messrs. Wood- hill and Murray. Plans, &c, at my office, Terry's-chambers, 86, Pitt-street. J. J. CLARK, Architect.

TENDERS will bereceived up to the8th December for   the Erection mid Completion of a W'' Cottage. Onion's   Point. For plans, &c., apply to THORNLEY and SMEDLEY, Architects, York-street. TENDERS will be received up to the 8th December for

the Erection and Completion of a Cottage Residence, Nelson- street, Annandale. For plans, &c, apply to THORNLEY and SMEDLEY, Architect., 171, York-street.   TO BUILDERS.-TENDERS required, for the

Erection of Brickwork of eight cottages at Bay-street, Glebe. Plans and specifications to be seen ut GEORGE LAW'S, 18, Bay street, Glebe.   TO "SLATERS.-TENDERS wanted for Slating Nine

Houses, corner of Campbell and Norton streets. Glebe. Apply on job, Askew Brothers. Tenders to be closed by 5th December. flMENDEES required for the. Erection of a Wooden and JL Galvanized Iron Building. Plans and specifications ut .INO. B. MAGNEY ann CO.'S, Brickworks, off Lane Cove-road, North Shore, by first reserve. rilENDERS' wanted," for Stone and Brick Work of two JL Houses. Flans und specifications apply to R. Osborne, 170, Devonshire-street.

TO LABOURERS, Quarrymen, and othors.-Wanted, TENDERS for sinking drain in rock, before 7 o'clock.   Glasscow's Steam Joinery Works, Darling Harbour._ TENDERS wanted for Plastering two Houses ; labour

only ; also a Mason. S. H. Bcalo, builder, Regent-st., N'town. "T^ENDERS wantod for Brickwork, at Petorshnm ; labour JL only. Apply Charles Ballard, l'rospcot-st., Macdonaldtown. TENDERS wantcdTfor 70,000 good baud Bricks. Goo.

Milburn, builder, Enniss-strcet^ Balmain._ TENDERS wanted, for Brickwork, labour only. Goo. _Mllham, Enniss-strcet, Balmimi. __

finEWDERS, labour, or labour and material, of Stone JL work. Apply nt once. Cummins. 20, Bridge-street._ rflENDERS wanted Building; Residoneo, Pitt-streot, JL Redfern. Apply 120, Titt-strcet, Redfern._ T~~ EN DERS required for Computing Awning. Apply P.

Marianan, Harris-street, Pyrmont, oppositojhiblio Hall.

T"ENDERS for Flustering Two Houses, High-street,

North Shore. Apply Ai gles, Injilder, Neutral Buy._ ENDER wanted^ for Plastering n Col tags. Robinson,

Union-street. Macdonaldtown._, ENDERS wanted, for Plumbing, GusflUing, und.Plas-

tering. Apply Coach and Horses Hotel, jiajid^ick._

^TENDERS wantod 300 Feet Picket Fom¡iug,~Cainpbcll- I I _town. A. L. Park, PHt-sJrcet._

Q~ BENDERS wanted 100 Rods Post-aiid-mil Fence,

._Campbelltown. A. Tark. Pitt-street._ TENDERS to Paint and Grain n now Houso, ó rooms.

Apply 138. Liverpool-etrcct, Woolloomooloo._

TO BRICKLAYERS.-TENDERS wanted for Brick-

work, labour only. Apply 58, Abcrcrombic-j^^^

O B RICKLAYERS.-'Ponders required for Job at Paddington. A. M'Larcn, opp. Queen's Theatre, York-st.

IilVERYBODY should read EDWARD HOKDERN'g

li Advertisements in Draper? Column, this day's Herald.

f*l>0 PAINTERS.-TENDERS required for Painting ft JL. house. Mr. Young, Mtinni-sircct, Macdonaldtown.

mÖ~rÄINTBKS.-tENDERS wunted~fûr~l'ûTtïïîrjg

JL Conk's-huililltigs, I'ilt und Bathurst streets.

Iii)PAINTERS.-T ENDERS\vñnl¿a'.'lVlntinK Housö,

. Windsor-street, Paddington, Apply on Hie building. ,

WANTED TENDERS, for lMuHtoring" 2 Cottages"

Apply O'Brien's, rnrrnmiitl.'i-ro.id, Camperdown.

WÂNTKirTiiNÏÎKKS¡for small i »li Kopniiiiig Coil

hig, Balmain. IC. C. DUNN, 70, Kli/abelli-slrert. __ WANTKÏ), 'niNljiiUs/l'liiinbing lind tîuttorinp7Vivo

Houses. Norton lind Broughton stn.. Glebe. ,M. Kictnnond.

WANTED,"TUNOHUS, for""l'uniiiniTiSlioi», South

_Head Hoad. 310, Virtoriii-strret, l)urllnghurst._ _ WANTED, TENDERS, WiiBtôritïg, Cmnoiiling fivo

Houses, Norton and Broughton sts., Globe, M. Richmond.

WANTED, TENDERS, fofliyinKquaiitity Flooring.

Jaye and Jordan, 232. Elizabeth-street, op. Belmore Park.

WANTED, Quotation' for 300 "w~400~t0WVe¡j^afiÍ9

IVO lt Y NUTS ; Queensland preferred. Hos OfMLJV O.

WANTED, QuolñTionj-'E.N'CIN G Wi RE, Nos. Sand

10. About 200 tons required ut (»iee. Box '.ri), G. P. O.

^ENÜS'RLOCKsr

Business Announcements.

JJ^lSSÖrUTlÖN OF PARTÑERSUÍP.

Thc Partnership heretofore subsisting between the undcrmen liuiiuil, ns shipwrights, contractors, and shipowners, undi':' the style of BROOKS and GOODSlH. has this day bei n DISSOLVED.

Hr. GOODSUl will receive and give discharges fur all debt,, due to thc firm ; any outstanding claims against thc lute firm may be

sent to him.

Newcastle, November 25, ISSI. THOMAS BROOKS.

JOHN GOODSIK. Witness signature of Thomas Brooks, HENIIV J. BKOWN. Witness signature of John Gnodsir, Gtainnx VVK.

jy'û ïïCl O F ïrE""M~0~V A L.

GEORGE V. MURPHY (sole surviving and for many years Managing Patiner of the lute linn of J. Murphy and Son.' Oil and Colour Merchants, George-street Wost) has REMOVED to

REGENT HOUSE, SO!), Gcorgu-slrcol, Railway Bridge. _

DAVEY," "COLE, "AND FLACK

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS and TRADE ASSIGNEES,

45, Swniislon-slrrct, Melbourne.

Brunch Pillees-London. Hotiarl. und Launceston. ,:

j^"0. 603, BRICKFIELD HILL, SYDNEY.

RETIRING PROM BUSINESS.

Mr. EDWARD HORDERN begs to notify to the Publie of Now South Wales that in consequence ot icrent severe family bereave- ment und failing health, his intention to retire from tho

DRAPERY BUSINESS,

which has been conducted liv him at the above address with so much success, in favour of his Sons, Mr. EDWARD HORDERN,   Junior, Mr. PERCY HORDERN, and Mr. HUGH KITTSON, who Inus held a responsible position innis establishment for many years past.

Thc new finn will commence business on tho Ut Junuiiry, 1S32,

under thc name and sti le of

"EDWARD HORDERN AND SONS."

Meanwhile, to reduce the stock (which is a valuable one), it will bo offered to the Public at such templing Prices that a speedy

clearance must follow.

EDWARD HORDERN.

November 20. ISSI._ __

fflflK BOYS' WAlTÎÏÏl(>OSiiir33fi, George-street, near

JL the Post Olllec.

A SINGLE ARTICLE AT THE WHOLESALE PRICE.

Tho best placo for Boys' Suits, Huts, Shirts, Tweed foi making up, all guaranteed for strong wear.

RILEY. BROTHES,

Importers of Hoys' Suits.

N0TICE7S~hereby'given that tho PARTNERSHIP

hitherto existing between the undersigned, trading under the mime, style, or firm of ANDREW ROWAN and CO., General Importéis, and carrying on business in Pitt-street, Sydney, has, this dav, bein DISSOLVED bv mutual consent. Thc said

ANDREW ROWAN wili pay all thc liabilities of thc said linn and receive nil debts due thereto, and his receipt will be sulllcient dis- charge therefor.

Dated this 2Sth dav of November, A.P. ISSI.

(Signed) ANDREW ROWAN.

(Signed) ALEXANDER REID.

Witness to the signature nf Andrew Rowan and Alexander Reid -AI.KXIS G. MAPKKN7.1K, Clerk to Messrs. Stephen, Laurence, and Jaques, Solicitors, st. Pill-street.

mH~B~B'USiNÈSS "Ittièly"ciirncd'on'h^Ir."JAMES JL WATKINSON, ns Baker. &c., ut Darling-street, Balmain,

will tn future be conducted liv the undersigned, who respectfully solicits a share of tho patronage so long bestowed on his predeces- sor. ' GEORGE LATOHAM.

Darling-street, ltalmuiii.

HAVING disposed of my Business, I beg lo return my

sincere timuka to my numerous patrons for their past favours, and on behalf of Mr. LATCHAM, my successor, to solicit for kima continuance of tuc lame. An mrly settlement of all outstanding debts will oblige. JAMES WATKINSON, Baker, Darling-street. Balmain,_

"^EÑUS BLOCKS.

Medical, Chemicals, &c.

PARISIAN FRUIT SALT, ls (id per bottle. W. H.

_MITCHELL, Chemist, 1 11. King-street._

J-'S" Y O Ü R L1 FE W ORTH SAVIN G ?

This may seem a curious question to some people, bu', ninny persons would neglect their Coughs. Cubis, Consumption, and unv Diseases of the Threat or Lungs, before they would invest tho smullsuinof (id inn sam pie bottle of liv. >. BOSCH EE'S GERMAN SYRUP " to li v it, before bin inu' a large bottle for Ss (lil. holding

8 small follies." All deniers. ' Wholesale by ELLIOTT BROS.'

EATING'S BON BONS OR WORM TABLETS, A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETM EAT, bnih in appear- ance and taste, furnishing u most agreeable method ol lulniinis tering thc only certain'remedy for INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS, lt is it perfectly sui.- mid mild preparation, und is especially adapted for children. Sold in lins hy all clieiiiistn.

jjjjlNÑEFORD'S FLUID MAGNESIA.

DlNNEFORD'S FLUID MAGNESIA.

. " The great Rnnody

? for Acidity ol thc Stomach.

DlNNEFORD'S FLUID MAUN BS IA.

For Heartburn and Indigestion.

For Sour Eructations und Bilious Affections. The Physician's Cure for Gout,

Rheumatic Gout und Gravel. DlNNEFORD'S FLUID MAGNESIA.

' Safest and most Gentle Medicine for

Infants, Children, delicate Females, and

thc Sickness of Pregnancy. . Sold bv all Druggists and Storekeepers.

Messrs. ELLIOTT. BROTH EUS, Sole Agents.

"GJULPHOLINJi LOTION."-Au Externnl Menin of O CURING SKIN DISEASES. There is scarcely any erup- tion but will yield to "Sulpholiiie" in u lew days, and commence to lade away, even if it seems past euro. Ordinary pimples, red- ness, blotches, scurf, roughness, vanish as if bv milgie; whilst old, enduring skin disorders that have plagued tho sufferers for years, however deeply looted they may lie, "Sulpholiiie" will successfully attack them. It destroys the iininialculni which cause these unsightly, irritable, painful affections, und always produces a clear, healthy, natural condition ot the skin. "Sul plioline" Lotion is sold by most Chemists. Bottles, 2s ¡ld. _ TTVËRCOMÏ^

JU and QUININE LIVER PILLS (without ineicurv).

TUE BEST REMEDY FOR BILIOUSNESS, STOMACH DERANGEMENT. FLATULENCE, PAINS BETWEEN THE SHOULDERS, BAD APPETITE, INDIGESTION, ACIDITY. HEAD-ACHE. HEARTBURN, lind nil other symptoms of disordered liver mid dyspepsin. Acknowledged by many dumont surgeons to be thu safest end mildest pills for every

constitution.

Iii Boxes ut ls lid. 2s 3d. and 4s Od.

Sold by Chemists und Medicine Vendor.- throughout the world.

Prcpurc'l hy .las. Korke, London.

Specially valuable Pills for residents abroad and travellers.

ÛÎÂXÂfJÏniî üñd PolKH'ÏÎYLLiN.-Prepared

only by J. Pepper, London. This Fluid combination, ex- tracted from medicinal roots, is now used instead of blue pill and calomel for the cure of dyspepsia, biliousness, and nil iymptonis of congestion of thc liver, which are generally pain beneath the (boulders, headache, drowsiness, no appetite, furred tongue, disagreeable lusto in the uiornliig, giddiness, disturbance of ike stomach, und feeling of general depression, lt sets the sluggish liver in motion, very slightly nets mi the bowels, giving a sense of health and comfort'within 21 hours, lt is the safest, medicine. Turuxacum and Podophylln is a fluid made only by J. PEPPER, Bedford Laboratory, London, whose name is on every label. Bottles, 2s Od and 4s Od. Sold by all Chemist;". A most valuable and essential medicine for India, Australia, the Cape, and Colonies

generally;_ _

,jrVNE'BÓX""iif CLARICE'S ll 41 PÍLLS"¥ warranted

U to cure all ailments of the urinary organs in either sex (acquired or constitutional), gravel, and pains in tin' hack. Sold in boxes, 4s Od each, by all chemist* and patent medicino rendors. Solo Proprietor, F. .1. Clarke, Apothccurtcs'-hnll, Lincoln, Eng laml._ _ _ . _ ... _. ;. JS.' Ä LUÍ All AM'S PILLS 'posi'iively"romovoTull

. danger from the liver and kidneys. 4111, George-street.

ÎNSl'ST"" Tm " hnviii!r"',) . S. . ÀBÏlÂÎi'ÂM'S PILLS

ID A NI > E LI O N' )_ ()NLY. The great Liver Remedy. _

A'TjCOÚCHEMKNT Bolts, Waterproof" Shootings,

Nursing Aproiisulid Stays, Baby Linen. E._Wuy. l'ilt-st.

Q"E"L"I G'S D E U T S C ll"E " (Gorman).

? OI'IITIIALM 1NESALBE.- THE ONLY reliable remedy for tho radical cure of Blight, und all forms of EYE DISEASES ever in- vented. Sold bv all chemists and storekeepers, and bv thc pro-

prietor, SELIG BROTHERS, ')2_._Murket-striji I, Sydney.

"ÏÏ "S. " ARR All AM'S" P JIJLS, DANDELION, tf . the great LIVER REMEDY,

warranted not to contain a single particle of

MERCURY,

or any other mineral substance.

CULLED SOLELY FROM DAME NATURE'S GARDEN.

Beware of imitations.

.I'll, ü'iorgc-strcct. Sydney.

ASK your Chemist for Australian FRUIT SALT.

Simmonds'. Wholesale, Elliott Bros. Beware imitations

"ÖUGH WHILE YOU CAN ! Bocuuso, after taking

Dr. Thompson's American COLTSFOOT COUGH LINCTUS, you will not ho able to cough. Price, Ls. Sold by nil chemists ¡'uni storekeepers, wholesale bv all wholesale houses, und tho solo Agent for the. Australian Colonies, WASHINGTON H. SOUL, 177, Pitt-street, next to Punch's Hotel. _ HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.-Scald Hoad, Sore

Throat, Breasts, Inflamed Nipples.-There is no medical preparation in tho world willoh may hu so thoroughly depended upon in tho treatment of tho above ailments us Holloway's In- valuable Ointment. Sold ut 533, Oxford-street, W.C., London, and all druggists._

"yBNUS BLOCKS.

O O L. MORT and CO. ranko LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES on Wool and other Produce consigned to them for sale or shipment.

Wool Warehouses,

Circular Quay and Darling Harbour, Sydney.

AMERICAN NO VELTY CO.'S Golden Rulo Bazaar.

-Shilling and Sixpenny Tables. 201 und 203, Pitt-street.

Ij! VERY150DY should road EDWARD HORDBRN'S

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