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CITY CEMENT STORES.-G. Ii. CRANE (lito j

Wynne), Importer of Building Mitoriuls, 30, Ner I Fitt-slrcot. Slates, lead, /inc, galvanize! iron, galvanized tiles, guttering, &~., plaster, lath nails, wiro nails, ni bricks, furnaco lumps, fire bricks undjelay, drain pipa, paving bricks, closet pans, ovon tiles, &&, &c. _.

Ai\f\ fXfinVttUT Baltic l'looring, Oregon, and j

4"vFjUUU «lear Pino. ROLFE, Giroulor. Quaj,

I*f\f\i\ FEET Colonial Hardwood, Codai,

ÖUUjUUli Shingles. ROLFE, Ciroular Quaj, j

Ê"i\i\ í\í\f\ FEET Maryborough, Baltic, and

OViJiVVyJ Oregon Boards. F. Miller, Albion Wi« !

jt á\rií\ FEET Hardwood, Cedar, Shingle*

4UU,UUl/ Doors, Sashes, &c. Hiller, Albion W/«

«rt f\f\i\ SLATES und SOO casks CEMENT.

OU,UUU F. MILLER, Albion Wharf. . ¡

COAL, weighed on delivery ; Dry Wood, Charcoal, i

Brcezo, [roducod prices. Elliott and Co.,Woolloomooloo. O HAIRDRESSERS.-For SALÏ, an old established

BUSINESS. Apply to J. JACKSON, 76, King-st. TO TANNERS and CURRIERS.i-F;or SALE, tho

unexpired tomi of LEASE (twj years, from 1st January, 18G9,) of a Tannery, situatj in Stephen-street, -Camperdown,-with a full supply of (ooh, and every requi- site for carrying on a business as tunnel and currier. ' The improvements consist of ' .

24 pits ¡ :.. ' , 3 sheds

' ' 3 brick cottages j ".,

1 stone ditto, ! and tho rental is oxtremoly low.

. For all particulars apply to ; ' . 1. .".

M. MOLON Y',, Ajctioneor,

" .?' * ' ; Australien Mart, Sydney.

ORCHARD.-For SALE, tho Orel ird'and Grounds at

Cnstlo Hill, known'.as Milson's ( rbhard. Apply on the premises, to ROBERT.MILSON* I ? ' ,

ffiOR SALE, cheap, Cottngo'and lS acres Agricultural

P and Mineral Land, near Rail. B^TE,. 165, Pitt-st. ,

ACOTTAGE for SALE, (i roona, 2 kitchens, and

outhouses ; freehold. Apply ti Mrsr M. CON- ' WAY, Dorling-Btrcet, Bolmain._¡j_? . ?

URWOOD, BURWOOD.-For SADE, tho LEASE,'

with right of purchnsa, of tho hist PROPERTY in this favourito locality. Fpr full particulars apply by letter to J. H., IlEHALl) Oflicc. j

OR HIRE, at M. CLARK'S Stables, Brougham

street, four open and four closo Carriages, Omnibus Lord Glasgow, with four grey horses; also, break, with four horses ; on reasonable terms. ' ¡

OR SALE, two Youths' POSIES, very quiet",

broken in to Addlo and harness ; will also carry a lady. Apply to Mr. W. HOLT, 267 and 2G9, Castle reagh-atrcot, j

OR SALE', a good COW, chap. Woolpack Inn,

Haymarket. j

FOR SALE, at Martyn's, a quiet sound Lady's

HACK ; £10. j [ .., HORSES and VEHICLES, of ivorys description, for

SALE or HIRE. GIBSON ind CjO., 282, Pitt-st. AMERICAN Buggies and Waggais of all kinds, cheap-

est in Sydney. Gibson's, op. fehool of Arts, Pitt-st. EAT TURN-OUT fora FAMLY.-Quiet Horse,

hooded Phaeton, and Harness in (irst-class order, only £50 tho lot. GIBSON and CO,' 282¡ Pitt-street.

ORSK, Spring-cart, and Ht^ts, £16 ; Horse, Tip.

dray, and Harness, £1G | ¡ Pair bay buggy horses, cowl steppers,' £15,

_ GIBSON and CO., 282, Pitt-street.

T710UR-SEATED Cut-under Biggy, a bargain, £25 ; JP Hooded Buggy, £20 ; Gig, £»;. GIBSON and CO. FOR SALE.-An excellent, nevly-càlvod, well-bred,

quiet COW. Apply No. 3, Cuitom House-buildings. TTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE, and CO. havofor

SALE, near Dubbo !

8000 first-class 3 and 4 year oldi wethers, in splendid

condition. " ;

For further particulars apply nt their I office, 181, Pitt stroet. . 1 ;

SAXES BY AUCTION.

THURSDAY'S General Sale.

MARTYN*and CO. will sell by auction, at

the Bazaar, THIS D AY.|at ld o'clock, Primo fat calves and lamb, bulldog) terrier dog

Horaos, vcbicles, harness, Baddliryj &c.; _?

At the Camperdown Salo Yards, ck MONDAY noxt.

MARTYN and CO. are inltrutted by j. E.

Clayton, Esq., to sell by auction, at the Camperdown Salo Yards, on MONDAY next, --at 2 o'clock, j ¡

26 head of broken and unbrokenjkorses,' consisting of

strong colts and a few light htrncsB horses.

Woollor's Horse Repository) Pitt-street.

MR. S. WOOLLER holds! a sale by auctioa

EVERY DAY of horse£,and;carts, &c. Mo chargo made unless a salo ¡B oftctcd.

Proceeds payable immediately aftei the sale. No horse-jobbers' horses will bo sid, ?

Fat Sheep and Lambs.

GOLDSBROUGH, BURT, and CO. are

instructed to sell by au eton, nt their Ifards, Castlareagh-strcot, THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock sharp,

200 primo weddors (Christiars) 150 ditto lambs (Grant's)' !

40 ditto ditto (R.W.Doyle'») ' 1 20 ditte ditto (w. Smith's) J

20 ditto ditto (John Brown'j. i

£§f The above lets will positive*'bo sold to tho highest

bidder._ _j . j_

Homebush Yarfe. !

- ? j

SULLIVAN and TINDALE jhave received

instructions from Josiah Strickland, Esq., to sell by auction, at Homebush Yans, THIS DAY, 31st Sccombcr, at half-past 9 o'clock, ! ?

? 132 hoad of prime fat cattle, in loyHo suit purchasers. , GM. PITT has receivel instructions from

. .Thomas Skuthorp, Esq} to kell, by auction, THIS DAY, tho 31st instant, at hi Yotds, at Fullagar's, at ll o'clock, ' , ;

200 head of really primo fat oattl» in If ts.

' . (' Butchers, Butchers, iutcifars.

MR.' W. FULLÄGÄR jbasf received in-

structions from G. Ruse, ¡Esq. to sell, at his Yards, Western Road, THIS ÍAY,(31st December, afc 11 o'clock, ' . ? l i

100 head of primo bullocks, in Ioi| to suit purchasers.

Fat Lambs. Fot tambe. *. :

THOMAS DAWSON itjinstructed by W.

J. Dangar, Esq.. of Neof fieldito sell by auc- tion,' THIS DAY, tho 3lst instai, at Eilis's Yards, at 12 o'clock, J j , ' ?

40 prime fat lambs, drafted fron ¡tho same flock as those

sold last week. ? j [

HENFREY and TOOiEY i will sell by]

auction, at Kail way Stationl at 10 o'clock, THIS DAY, i i. a «Vf f

Hay,straw, &c. .Terms,cash. ];.['?

.Primo Fat Sléop.. j , '

THOMAS ARGENT wi! sell jby auction, at

;Ellis 'and CVs. Yardi, THIS DAY, at ll o'olock, . . . . j j

?600 primo fat wethers, in lots, j . ; :'_.

BUTLER áni lr\GLlS>vill sell by aucdon,

. THIS DAY, at 10 o'clak, at the Railway, ' Hay, straw, &c., hy tho truck. I {

At ll o'clock, nt'their Salo Yivfls, 793; Qaorge-street, > .ßix (6) very superior milch core, with calves at foot,

from J. E. Notch, Esq., Bárne', I '''>??'? Athalf-pOBtllo'clock,,

Fat calves, fat pigs, lambs, tutors, and poultry of all

kinds. . \ ? 1 <

At 1 o'tlok, > !

Tho.usual weekly sale of dury produce, consisting of!

rolland keg 'butter, fran the best dairios,cheese, "Nb. 6," and all the othcj nrst-cluss brands, from' Oaks, Picton, &c. Egjs,Buporior. corn-fod' bacon,; . in lots to suit purchnseo. ¡Lard, honey, fruit, &c.

ELLIS and CO. will sdi by auction, at their!

Depot, 7J33, George-street? South, at ll' o'clock, THIS DAY, ; | :

A good lot of milch cows, swiigcrs, dry cattlo.

' ' '. At half-pnst lj o'clock,- , . J?at calves, lambs, pigs, sudceu, poultry, &a.

? ? ' Atl2j'c'jick, ? ,

.... Roll and keg buller, eggs, diaso, bacon, &c.

At half-pare ¡jo'clock.j Wool, hides, sheepskins, fe. j " j

H" ENRY MOSES willkell by auction, at the

Railway. Station, lilS MORNING, at 10

o'clock, ". i

. 'Hay, straw, (cc. ' j ( . ,. ..... ..

' At 12 o'clock,.at tho Srhnfs and .Compass Yards; ' ' Poultry, eggs, pigs, calved 1>mbs,'&ej ' . : '

i . , -v Weekly, fr<luce Sale.' . ¡; J.Ï-:;.: .

ÁRRisbN.'andítiÑES will sèlbbyaaud

tion, at their Píodáce Stores, Circular Quay, THIS DAY, Thursday, 31st leeembcr, at ll o'clock.

Casks tallow j

Hides. j I

Teran cash,

I-1 i

Weekly Produce. Sale.

OB. EBSWORTH will sell .by public

a auction, at his Produce Stores, THIS (Thurs day) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,

Casks tallow " "" , Hides, and calfskins. :

_. ; Terms, cash. ?' .> . -

Weekly Produce Sale; '. , ..,. . ..y,

IRWIN and TURNER will sell by auction,,

at their Produce Stores, Circular! Quay, THIS DAY, Thursday, 31st December, at a Iquarter-past ll o'dock, '.!.'?.', . (

. Casks tallow ' . : .. i'! .' ,;.',) t

Hides, horns, honest&e.'." ... , ' . ' . .

, . . TermB, cash. : '

Loather. ... ;,'.<....;

ÏRWIN and TURNErt will sell by auction,

at their: Produce Stores, Circular Quay,'THIS1 DAY, Thursday, 31st December, at a quarter te ll o'clock precisely, ? ; t , .... .-. . ?? .

Kip, solo, calf. : ...,<!. ",¡*

Harness and bag leather. I ' 1 . .

: Terms,cash, .J" ' . ...

Weekly Produce Salo.' ;

JAMES DEVLIN, jun., will sell by auction,

" at his Produce Stores, Circular Quoy, THIS DAY, Thursday, 31st December, ot ll o'clock,

Casks fallow > i ' Hides, calfskins, neatsfoot oil

Barrel, pork and mess beef. ' i

Terms, cash.' .

SGRAHAM will sell by auction, at the

. Railway Terminus, THIS'DAY, at 10 o'olook,

Hay, straw, &c, by tho truck. . < . " ' . Terms, cash. ' ? .

: THIS DAY, December 31st, 1803, nt 10 o'clock. ,

Under BiU of Saltft ;

On tho Promises, No. 236, Pitt-street] noar Murket-slreot.

SLEVIN has received instructions from

. the mortgagee to sell by public auction, on tho premises. No. 236, Pitt-street, THIS DAY, December 31st, at 10 o'clock sharp,

Tho whole of tho stock-in-trade of' a fishmonger's business, consisting of

Potted fish, of various kinds ; sausage machines, horso,

cort, and harness ; scales and wolghts, housahold furniture, and sundries. . !

Terms, oa6h.

Boots, Clothing, Watches, &c.

ALEXANDER MOORE and CO. will sell

by auction, at the Mart, Labour Bazaar, Pitt street, THIS DAY. at ll «'clock,

2 trucks boots

A quantity of clothing

Watches and jewellery ; also,

An invoice of assorted valentines.

Terms, cash.

Continuation of Sale of Now Year's Gifts.

MR. S. PHILLIPS will sell by auction, at

his Rooms, King-street, between George and York streets, THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, \

Gold and silver watches, gold chains, gold alberts,

brooches, rings, lockets, earrings, boys' and mon's clothing-, engravings, double and single barrel guns, teleficoDes,'coneertinas, saddles, cigars, two large tents

with flies.

Terms, cash. No reservé.

WGRISDALE will sell by auction, at

. rear of Dog and Duck Inn, George-street South, ncnr Haymarket, THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, _

A largo assortment of household furniture, consisting of

drawing-room suite, tables, chairs,1 bedsteads, sofas, safe, washstands, glass, and crookorywaro ; stoves, pictures ; also, bar fixtures, counters, glass casos, and a large lot of sundries. \ :_

To Builders and others. \

\ THURSDAY, 31st December, at!ll o'clock.

On the Premises, nt Belmore Gardens, near tho

Haymarket. :

MR. H. D. COCKBURN ¡has been in-

structed to sell by auction, THIS DAY, A cottage and materials. , .

Terms, cash. J .

Final Clearance Sale, j ^

! On the Promises, Pitt-street, near Tattersall's,

THURSDAY, 3lst December, at2 o'clock.

MR. H. ï>. COCKBURN has been \ in-

structed to sell by auction, THIS DAYfat 2 o'clock, *

2 carpenters' benches, ' cedar fittings, sign-board, boards,

chair seats and rails, turned work, and sundry timber,

&c, &c.

Terms, cash.

THURSDAY, 31et Decombor, at 12 o'clock.

On tho Premises, O'Connell-street, near Hunter-street.

Household Furnituro, &ç.

MR. H. D. COCKBURN has been in-

structed to sell by auction, THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock, ,i .

A quantity of household furniture,. crockery, kitchen

utensils, and sundries. : _ Terms, cash. , f

Ladies' Leghorn Hats I ' Ditto Fancy Crinoline Bonnets ' j

Ditto Tissue, Azono, Black, White, and Pearl Straw ditto' Lute and Oriental Ribbons 1 3 Habit's Gents' and Maids' White Kid Gloves Men's Leather Belts. * j

On account and risk of tho shippers..

THIS DAY, 31st, at ll o'clock.

CHAS. MOORE and CO. have received in4

structions to sell by auction,'at their Rooms, Pitt-street, THIS DAY,

2 cases ladies' leghorn hats, round crowns

1 case ditto bonnets, assorted styles and shapes 1 ditto lutes and orientals, assoi ted 1 ditto whito kid gloves

1 ditto men's leather belts. ' _; Terms at Bale.

Drapery, Manchester Goods,''Stuffs, Clothing, ¿tc, ¿fcc.

To close accounts lo the end of tho year.

THURSDAY", 31, at ll o'clock.

CHAS. MOORE and CO. are instructed to*5

sell by auction, at their Rooms, Pitt-street, THIS DAY, 31st, .

- A number of broken packages of the above, to close sevsral consignments, ns under- ? : i . . -

Fancy mohairs .? . '< Whito ground lustres { 'x ' White grenadines ' 1

Check challis

'Luxembourg winceys ? .

Spot delaines ? _:¡i¡

Light ground, prints ; . ... .

Silk hair nets

Coloured lutes

Welsh flannels . Muslin work ! Printed flnnnols ,

Scotch twills

Printed muslins

Black ditto . ,

Family medium ' - ' 72, 80, and 90-inch Criydon

Molo trouters, WF and FF . 1 Scoich twill shirts, ES md OS

Crimean shirts ' ! ; ' Black alpaca sacs . Black doo vests, &c" (fcc, !

Terms, liberal. j

THUR8DA ST, 31st December. ? -

8310 ERRS first quality Flour,

Amlak's California liraud.

Cargo of tho Sudan, from Tomo.

By order of Messrs. Campbelliaud Co.

TJICHARD PEEK and CO. have received I Elu instructions from. Mess ts. Campbell and Co.

to sell by auction, 'at tho Exchango Auction Booms, 273/ George-street, THIS DAY, at ll o'clock, prompt,

Tho cnrgo of tho Sudan, from Tome,

8340 bags first quality flour, 100 lbs. each, the cele-

brated Amlflk's California brand.

Terms at salo.

PSamples on new at the Rooms.

(, Buyers ore requested to bo punctual.

I . . . .? . Kean's Marble Cement.

¡count ot.whom it ' may. concern,! ex Caldbeck, from ??'..Ty > , > íLondómi < _ - ,'? ' ICHArtD PEEK and CO. are instructed

to sell by auction, at the Exchange Auction is, 273, Georgo-strcer, THIS DAY, at ll o'clock,

3 casks Kean's superfine marble cemoat.

Terms, cash.

UNSTOCKED IWJNS.

By order of the Government of New South Wals».

Day of Sole, MONDAY, llth January, 1869; j,

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions from the Hon. WILLIAM .FORSTER, Minister for Lsnds, to sell by. public auction,

at the Rooms, Pitt-strcet, Sydney, on MONDAY, llth of. January, I860, at half-past ll o'clock, , > .<...«.

NEW LEASES for five years of.the several rms of

Crown Lands hereinafter montioned, upon tho term«, and conditions prescribed by tho Crown. lands' Occupation Act of 1861, and tho Regulations framed in pursunnco thoreof. i , .

Full particulars of tho boundaries of tho several

runs may bo tblaincd on application nt Messrs. Richnräson. and Wrench's Rooms, or from tho Go VEUKUEKT GAZETTE, Np. 282, of Tuesday, 17th November.

Tho specinl attention of intending purchasers IR di- rected to the conditions under which theso leases will be sold, viz. :- .

? ' 2. Tho lease of each run will bo sold-subject to tho

.fixed annual rental specified-to tho person who may offer tho highest premium for tho purchase thereof. '

3. The purchaser wiU bo required to bay down, at the time of sale, a deposit equivalent; to 25f per cont, of tho premium (if. any) offered for the lease, together with the rent for tho year ending 31st December, 1869.

4. The balance of the purchase monoy for tho lease must bo paid into the Colonial Treasury, in Sydnoy, within toroa months of tho day of salo ; and in default of such payment, tho salo will becomo void, and tho amount paid by way of deposit will bo forfeited. '

ö. Theso runs will not bo liable to assessment under tho Increased Assessment and Rent Act of 1858.

C. Any fúrther information may bo obtained on applica- tion at tho Crown Lands Office, Sydnoy, or tho Commis- sioners of Crown Lands of tho respeotive districts. ..

WILLIAM FORSTES..

ALBERT DISTRICT* .. .

(Estimated !

No. aroa acres. Bent.

1 Wentworth, No. 1 .. .. Í. 64,000 £10

2 Wentworth, No. 2 .. .. '.. 58,880 10 3 Wentworth, No. 3 .. .. 67,600 .110 ' 4 Wentworth, No. 4 .. . .. 62,08» 10

6 Wentworth, No. ö .. . .. 04,000 ! Ï0 6 Wentworth, No. 6 .. ..' '.. 04,000 10 7 Wentworth, No. 7 .. .. f.. 64,000 , 10 8 Wentworth, No. 8 .. : .. . t.. 64,000 ' 10 9 Donald's Plains, Block A .> !.. 60,160 10 10 Donald's Plains, Block O .. !.. 40,000 10 11 Donald's Plains, Block F .. .. 40,090 10 12 Donald's Plains, Block I .. .. 64,008. 10 13 Donald's Plains, Block L .. . 64,008 110 14 Kootooloomondoo .. : ... (.. 64,000 .'.10 15 North Kootooloomondoo ..- !.. 61,000 10 .'IO Nungo .. .. . .. . !.. 64,000 10

17 Weiinbutta .. .. ' ' !.. 64,000 i 10 18 Tyngynia .. . .. . ;.. 64,000 10 19 Outer Kellv, West .. .. . .. f.. 64,000 10 20 Manatoo, East .. .. f.. .64,000 10 21 Manatoo, Wost .. -.. . ' v (.. 40,320 10 ' 22 Wanga,.East .. f.. 64,000 10

23 Wanga,Wost .. , .. ' (.. 04,000 10 24 Nardo .. .. . : <.. 32,000 10 25 Lubra .. .. .. ).. 52,800 10 26 Moores .. .. -.. ' !.. 48,840 10 27 Otako .. .. ? !.. 00,800 10 28 Mooma,Block O ; ; . !.. 64,000 10 20 Moama, BlockR ';. . . ,. : j.. 64,000 ' 10 30 Ballina .. .. - ... - !.. 60,800 10 31 BallyCastlo j.. 57,600 10' 32 Maghera .. !.. 51,680 10 33 Blarney .. .. .. ,i ... 59,360 10 34 Dargle ... ".. . .. ./ ).. 60,800 10 Go Winawunty ... .. t., 64,000 10

BLIGH DISTRICT.!

3G Terembone, No. 1 .. '. .. ;.. 16,000 10 37 Terembone, No; 2 '.. 16,000 - 10 33 Tborambono Back.... . .. t.. 10,000 10

CLARENCE DISTRICT.

39 Tyalgrun .. .. .. . '.. 61,440 10

DARLING DISTRICT.

40 Milane;, East .. 00,160 50 41 Milang, West .. .. 64,000 50 42 Meroo Run .. ,, í., 44 800 50 43 South Gall Gall, block A -...?> !.. 61,440 10 44 Nadbuck, WeBt .. ., ?.. 39,680 50 45 Rantyaga .. ... '.. 61,800 SO 4G WostDhooa. " 64,000- 50/ 47 Enmoro ,, it..."a I,, 48,000 50 « ÇRfflbellia .. « ... * !,; 48,640 60

?< LACHLAN DISTRICT. ,' 49 Mahurangi ... í.. 64,000 10; 60 Outer Back of Whoov .. !.. 35,200 IC 61 Roto, North-east .", ., < .. 04,000 ll 62 Monument Flats .. .. ... 16,600 ß 63 South Boorooambill.. .. ? t ,. 28,600 m 64 Kolkibertoo, North.. ¡ !.. 26,600 /40 65 North Malonga .. ... ! .. 37,000 166

MACLEAY DISTRICT. /

56 Cullatia .. .. ..? ¡ 11,520 / IO 67 Tanban .. .. .. : .. 20,480 ; 68 Corrangala.. .. .. ' í .. 16,360 i

MURRIMBIDGEE DISTRICT. /

69 Upper Indi .. .. . 1 16,000' 25

WARREGO DISTRICT. I

60 Keirangundah .. .. ; .. 35,200/ 10 61 Tindayrey or Merrere Back ... ??' f .. 64,0007 10 G2 Moquilamboo .. .. j .. 64,000 10 . 63 Booroondara .. .. " r,. . 64,000 10

64 Booroondara, East .. ,. ; ., 67,60» 10 66 Booroondara, East Back '.-.."" j ., 67,601 10 66 Coronga .. . v., 16,0» 10 m , WELLINGTON DISTRICT/ /

67 Babmda .. ,, ,, 64,0(0 10 68 Babinda,North ,, !.. 64,010 10 69 Geweroo .. w, ., ., 64,QW 10 70 Fange, North .. ., 64,000 10 71 Hermitago Plata's, block S. .. ; ., 64,W0 10 72 Hermitage Plains, block A, No. 2 . 57,fOO 10 73 Hermitago Plains, block M .. .. G4Á00 1» 74 Hermitage Plains, block A, 1 { .. 64Ö0O 19» 75 Hermitage Plains, block Z .. i .. 64J100 . 100 76 Hermitage Plains, block G .. | ... 38,400 . , 60 77 Hermitage Plains, block H .. < . . 38yl00 ; 60 78 Hermitago Plains, block I .. ( 64,000 100 79 Hermitage Plains, block J .. ;..., 6f,000 100

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

EDGEWORTH PLACE, Í

BOURKE and SHORT STREETS.

TWO SUBSTANTIAÎ DWELLING-HOUSES, No.

1, SHORT-STREET and No. 446,/BOURKE STREET ; aleo, a lsrge SCHOOLHOUSE, at the rear, in SHORT-STREET. . .

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. I

RICHARDSON and~WRENCH have re , ceived instructions from the Mortgagee to sell

hy public auction, at the Rooms, Pitt-street, cn MONDAY, 11th January, at ll o'clock, 1 . P'

. ALL THAT CORNER BLOCK of LAND, being ,lot

£T°-¿4 0/ BLOCK E of tho RIL.EY ESTATE, ISSí;);»?11'1,6' commencing . at ! tie INTER ISSÏ,1^? of SHORT-STREET with BO¥RKE S?T^1, anâ bounded on tho west bj BOURKE ? STREET, 43 FEET 9 INCHES; In tho south

by lot 16, bearing east 85 FEET 10 INCHES ; on T?T^^T^0' 10 foot b'6arfnS north 43 Iln^NCH.ES.andon tho north by SHORT

STREET, bearing west 85 FEET 1) INCHES to .the commencing corner, together witt tho buildings

erected thereon, known osEDGEWORTH-PLACE v comprising TWO COMMODIOUS SUB STAN-.

" 1*4L DWELLING-HOUSES, No 446,

BOURKE-STREET, occupied by Mrs. THOMP M^TÏÏÂ h SHORT-STREBT, occupied by B^20D?SLALI0' a lareo dctaehed SCHOOL * 5 WT?1* oth£r buildings, formerly occupied by

( tho late Rev.-DODDS.

Full particulars' of the above described properties will

appear m a future advertisement.

_ Terms nt sale.

ï FOR PEREMPTORY SALE.

|BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. ,

VALUABLE AGRICULTURAL FARM nnd HOME-

STEAD of 420 ACRES, about 3 niles from tho town of "WOLLOMBI, fronting tho MAIN ROAD from MAITLAND on WOLLOMBI BROOK, adjoining tho VILLAGE of MILLFIELD,' and known as Mr. DAVID SPRING'S PROPERTY.

RICHARDSON and~VyRENCH have re-

ceived instructions from the Mortgagees to I sell by public auction, at tho Rooms, Pitt-street,- on FRI-'

I DAY, 22nd January, at II o'clock,

I ALL THOSE 420 ACRES of LAND known ns J OHN

SINGLE'S 3G0-ACRE GRANT, and DOOLAN'S 60-ACRE GRANT on- WOLLOMBI BROOK, fronting ¡tho MAIN ROAD from MAITLAND, . adjoining tho MILLFIELD VILLAGE, and about

3 miles from the TOWNiof WOLLOMBI.

I The improvements comprise-J ' I A COMFORTABLE DWELLING-HOUSE, contain l inp fl rooms, slab stables, und other outbuildings.

A BOILING DOWN SUED of WOOD, with gal-

vanized iron roofing and fitted with proper

CHIMNEY SHAFT

' ONE ACRE of GARDEN, enclosed with paling; fence,

end planted with various linds of fruit trees in full

bearing

A Inrgt! proportion of thc lime is cleared and fenced off

into four CULTIVATION PADDOCKS.

Tho residue is good open foiosl land woll timbored and grassed. ,

tpjr ThiB is an opportunity which should not bo loBt sight of for securing lin improved ned favourably situated

FARM,and homestead in thc well-known and flourishing

district bf Wollombi.

It is distant from Maillau¿ about IG miles by a'good ROAD tho wholo way, nnl intending purchasers aro

particularly requested to inspect tho samo prior to tbs day

of sale.

The sale is peremptory, by order of the mortgagees, to close accounts. .' '

Pinn at tho Rooms.

Xcrmi Rt salo.

NEW YEAR, S DAY.

ON THE GROUND,

at Burwood,

TO-MORROW, at half-past 12 o'clook.

IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE,

residue of the " ; ' REDMIRE ESTATE, Í

near tho Burwood Railway Station,

.*'.-' ""' "SUBURBAN SITE?, '

FIVE ACRES TO TWENTY ACRES caohof çaod

land, within easy distance of the, station, occupy- ing na elevated position and fronting roads; 06 feet to 16Ö feet wide. . -

TERMS, LIBERAL. TITLE, TORRENS'S ACT.

Iggp Tho 12 o'clock train from Sydney will convey pur

chasers- in time for the sale. .

_ LUNCH PRO VI OED.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH.

ON THE GROUND, at BURWOOD.

FRIDAY, 1st January, 1 : at half-post 12 o'clock. '

GREAT UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE . ' of tho residue of

. ?' THE REDMIRE ESTATE.

\ BURWOOD' RAILWAY STATION.

Beautifully situated Sites for

SUBURBAN VILLAS

SMALL FARM HOMESTEADS MARKET GARDENS

VINEYARDS, ORCHARDS, &c.

ANY AREA from THREE ACRES AND UPWARDS,

fronting good roads, from 66 to 100 foot wido

This well-known catato is most favourably situatod in this POPULAR HEALTHY SUBURB, and oxtends from tho Cook's River to within a short distance of tho

railway, close to tho BUR WO OD STATION.

TITLE UNDER TORRENS'S ACT.

LIBERAL TERMS.-One-third cash, residuo long

credit, at a low rata of interest.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, ON THE GROUND, FRIDAY, 1st January, at half post 12 o'clock,

Tho residue of tho celebrated >

REDMIRE ESTATE!

BURWOOD AND ENFIELD, within easy walking distinco from tho

I BURWOOD RAILWAY STATION,

! and about eight miles by a good metalled road from

the city. ;

; Plan on view at tho Rooms.

j . LUNCH PROVIDED.

CLEVELAND ESTATE;

COLONY OF QUEENSLAND,

MORETON BAY. :

JAY OF SALE, TUESDAY, 19th'January, 1869.

Thlt magnificent Estate, situated on the shores of

JMORETON BAY, well known as tho property of the IHONORABLE CAPTAIN HOPE, including

THE CLEVELAND SUGAR PLANTATION, /' and

/ CLEVELAND HOUSE and GROUNDS.

/ VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS,

. Towns of

/ . CLEVELAND and IPSWICH,

; and on NORMAN'S CREEK, close to BRISBANE.

i Preliminary Notice.

/oiCHARDSON and~WRENCH have re

IM\I ceived instructions from the Honorable Captain (Hope to sell by public auction (if not disposed of pre- viously), at tho Rooms, Pitt-street, Sydney, on TUESDAY, tho 19th January, 1SC9, nt ll o'olock,

Tho nbovo important and highly improved estate...

A full description of this valuable property would occupy so much space, that tho auctioneers must contont themselves at present with publishing tho f chowing brief OUtlino of Sôméof its more important points, _ and rosorve for a later advertisement a more complete description of the many details connected with it ; but intending purchasers may nt onco have an opportunity of obtaining all informa- tion on the subject, and inspect an inventory of plant, &o., on application to Messrs. Richardson and Wrench,

LOT i.

THE CLEVELAND SUGAR PLANTATION

comprises on estate of 1740 acres, situated on the shores of Moreton B»y, about 17 miles from tho CITY OF BRIS- BANE by land, and 30 miles by water-tile item of car- riage is tbuB obtainable at a mero bagatelle figure. '

In addition to the 1740 acres, thero ÎB the right to

reclaim an adjoining 300 of vory rieb land,,lying pn tho northern 6ido of, and extending along HILLARD'S CREEK, to its embouchure into tho waters of Moreton Bay.

Nearly the whole of the 1740 acros are of a very rich description of soil, suitable for growing sugar-cane-as has already been obundontly proved by tho yield obtained from the portions in work wfcich havo given an average of between 2 and 3 tons of sugar to the acre, There aro 72

acres in cane, and 17 more now in course of being planted, j

Tho Works are situated on high land, well-drained- I having a tramway to tho wharf-and the plant which has I been imported from England and Scotland, is of the most complete, character. It is, in perfect order, and ombraces every requisite for dealing with the article, from crushing the cone to the manufacture of the' hiighoBt class of marketable sugars; and is throughout arranged on the most approved principles for the economy of labour.

Tho Distillery is equally complete, and the whole of the machinery and. buildings are of the most substantial kind, and challenge comparison with estates in tho oidor sugar-growing countries of Mauritius, the West Indies,

&o.

Apart from all buildings necessary for enclosing the ma- chinery-cottages for Superintendent and men, as well os accommodation for a largo number of South Sea Islanders,

(of whom there ore 35 now on the Estate, under agreement, for 3 years from August, 1867, at £6 per annum and

rations, subject to be returned to their Island Homes at the ' expiration of agreement), there aro tho'following improve- ments, which will be dealt with either with the plantation or separately, viz, ;- _

LOT 2. ? -' ..

CLEVELAND HOUSE AND GROUNDS.

A substantial DWELLING, built of brick, containing overy requisito for n gentleman's family. Tho grounds contain 26 acres of land, and ore divided into Garden, Vine- yard,' Orangery, Shrubbery, Cultivation, and Grass Pad- docks. With this part of tho property will bo included a STEAM YACHT of 10 tons burden,, and about 8 horse

power.

*** The above properties, 1740 acres of land, plant, and everything connected with tho plantation; and tho resi- dence, grounds, and paddocks, will be sold together or sep*;: rately, ns purchasers may desire

LOT 3. ! .'

TOWN OF CLEVELAND.

Fourteen allotments in this choice marine retreat, being

Nos. 1 to 8, 10 and ll, section 2 ;? 8, 9,16, and 17, of section 23, including tin on Cleveland Point.

On allotments Nos. 1 to, 8 thero arfa fivo four-roomod j cottages, strongly built of wood, with brick chimneys, and ' on lots Nos. 10 and ll thero is a small building.

.~ià. ? LOT 4.

- r TOWN OF IPSWICH.

Four allotments pf lani, being Nos. 10 to 13 of section

3, each containing 32 perches. ¡

These parcels aro well situated, at the corner of Terrace and Lowry streets, adjoining tho river. Bremer, at " Tho ' Basin." . ;

1 ' LOT 6. 1

NORMAN'S CREEK.

Capital farra of 84 acres of rich alluvial land, on tho

. Creek, a short distance from tholCITV OF BRIS

, BANE, now lot on an improving lease nt £50 per

annum.

*** Stores, drays, working horses and bullocks, as well as all agricultural implements, including 1 Fowler's steam plough nndïwindlaes, and sundry other pieces of machin- ery not yet erected, may bo taken by the purchaser at tx valuation. i

iggT The above property cannot bo described in tho limita of an advertisement. Messrs. Richardson and Wronch would therefore, in directing tho attention of capitalists to its sale, invite their close inspection of it, in all its details, for which pul-poso letters of introduction will bo granted on application, which will ensure to intending purchasers every assistance in obtaining a thorough examination of the estnto in all its parts. Ono circumstance alone Mos3rs. Richardson ond Wrench beg to druw attention to-tho cstato nt present produces about 100 acres of cano, but tho machinery is equal to nearly an unlimited supply. of tho raw material. Thus, in addition to crushing for tho Cleveland Bay Estate, its plant of machinery is equal to manufacturó tho whole of tho produco of tho many sur- rounding sugar plantations, and already arrangements have been entered into with many of tho proprietors, includ- ing the Government, for the produco of fae poual settle ment at St. Helena, on advantageous terms, for tho con- version of their produco into sugar. Tluro are uUo immy neighbours who aro growers only, cultivating at present an oggregnto area of between 300 and.400 acres of canes, with whom arrangements might bo mado for working up their crops ; nnd as each month shows a still further oxtenaion of cone farms, which cannot fail to bring additional work to tho Cleveland Sugar Mills, it may fairly bo concluded that on tho shores of Moreton Bay there is springing inti life a manufacturo of an article of a homo, as well as a world- wide consumption, which bids fair to rank as ono of thc most profitable, undertakings of thc colonies of Australasia, and which tho plant of this cstato is eminently fitted to

cncouriigc.

Plans and specifications on view at tho Rooms.

Terms, liberal,

By order ol tho A-dmimatratrlK. of tho EaUto of tho lal«

Clark Irving, Esq.

IMPORTANT EXTENSIVE SALE.

CITY, SUBURBAN, AND COUNTRY

PROPERTIES. :

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to Bell by public auction, at tho RooroB, Pitt-strect, Sydney, on FRIDAY, 22uí

January, at ll o'clock, ' -\? .

Tho following valuable properties.

CITY OF SYDNEY.

PITT AND GOULBURN STREETS.-Three build

? ing allotments, at the junotión of these stroeta, and .' adjoining tho property of Mr. Gibson.

LOT I has the following frontages-24' feet to Pitt

street and 82 feet to Goulburn-stroet.

LOTS 2 and 3 have each 20 feet frontage to Fitt-sfreot,

with depths of 82 feet and 09 feet respectively.

I-8JIRAMATTA-STREET AND THE NEWTOWN

.ROAD.

. - Four Building Sites:

LCf 1 has tho following frontages :-31 foot to Parra

_ natta-streel, 69 feet to the Newtown Road.

LOTt 2, 3, and 4 havo each 20 feet frontage to Parra

^aVta-Btrect, with depths of from 59 to 85 feet, tatfciding lo a lano at tho rear.

ABERCROMBIE-STREET.-4 acres and 32 perches,

Cf from Aborcrouibio-streot to tho brewery "f,M°*r>. Tooth, and subdivided as follows :

1. ABERCiCMuiE HOUSE, Abercrombie and

Cooper Btre*"( occupied by Mr. Honrv Newton, at a " .^SSÎÎ1 .°i,rJ,&"»er annum and City rates.

2. ADELAIDE - ^ERRAGE, Cooper-street.-Seven

dweUing-houRCb cacU 4 rooma and jachen, which

will bo sold tog.hor or eoparatoly, to suit pur-

chasers. < .

3. BUILDING ALLOMEN-rS; front¡nK Abercroni ' ble! J?,00Her' .lrvinsiand ;i continuation of Carlton

nnd Charles atreots, Fjnn,BttR.Btreet.

GLEE

1 ' BAY-STRyEETT0,and °Ws M'

LOT 1-2 houses, NOB. 2 am.g each i rooms ani

kitchen.

LOT 2-2 houses, Nos, 3 and 4,eacll 4 rooms ttalj

kitchen.

LOT 4-Building land, 58| f oot fro,_ to Bay.BtTeet

54 feet 10 inches to Chambers-streP" "l * . '

ULTIMO-STREET: \

LOT 1-4 houses, Noa. 1 to 4, each 4 roon. fl kitcuwii ' LOT 2-5 houses. NOB.9 to.13, each4 room! aHfahälf

. LOT 3-Vacant land, adjoining Lot 2,72 l\fr

to Ultimo-strcet. , . _ v b° LOT 4-Vacant land, adjoining lot 3,77 foot n,ta!r0 to

I . Ultimo-streot. ; \b .

I- CHAMBERS-STREET: . ! '\ ? I LOT 1-4 houses, Nos. 1 to 4, each 2 rooms and kitt

LOT 2-4 houses, Nos. 9 to 13, each 2 rooms ..

kitchen. .«'tn

LOT 3-4 houses, NOB. 13 to 16, each 2 rooms an.

kitchen. , " , LOT 4-4 houses, NOB. 21 to 24, eaoh 2 rooms and

kitchen. , ,

LOT 5.-Vacant Land, 68 feet frontage to Chambers

street. , ,

LOT 6.-Vacant Land, 68 feet frontage io Chambers

street. ,

LOT 7.-Vacant Land, 45 feet frontage to Chambers

street. , -_, ,

LOT 8.-Vacant Land, 90 feet frontage to Chambers

street.

CAMPERDOWN.

PARRAMATTA ROAD.-Allotment 20 feet frontage

to tho Parramatta Road, near ¡the Camperdown - Road, depth 200 feet, extending to Isahella-strcet. I COOK'S RIVER.

TEN ACRES, immediately over the Dam, being part pf

Webb's 300 acre grant.

CANTERBURY. , r . VILLAGE ALLOTMENTS. - Eighteen allotments,

containing from 1 rood to - roods each..

FIVE DOCK. .

I ACRE 3 ROODS 7 PERCHES; adjoining Gipps

Town, near the Five Dock Road, j

TOWN OF WEST MAITLAND.

THREE ALLOTMENTS, Nos. 8,' 9, and 10 in the

centre of tho town, fronting the road to tho Falls.

TOWN OF SINGLETON.

FOUR ALLOTMENTS, Nos. 320 to 323, at tho june

rion of High and Cambridge streets.

TOWN OF BRAIDWOOD.

No. 16, SECTION 1-2 roods. Elrington-stroet.

No. '14, SECTION G.-2 roods, Ryrie and M'Kellar

streets.

No. 6, SECTION 7.-1 rood 38 perches, Solus-street.

TOWN OF BROULEE.

TEN ACRES, tho whole vt Section 40, Town bf

Broulee.

Fuller particulars in a futuro advertisement.

TITLES.-Information respecting titles may be ob- tained of Messrs. WANT, SON, . and JOHNSON, Solicitors, Pitt-street. .

PLANS of tho several lots may bo inspected ' at the

Rooms.

Terms at sale.

CHOWDER BAY, NORTH SHORE. ~

That valuable and delightfully-situated Marine Estate,

CL1FFETON,

situated on the North Shore, about 31 miles from Blue's Point Ferry, containing 56 acres of land, more or less, embracing the whole Wator Frontage to Chowder Bay, and a lareo portion of Taylor's Bay, together with a handsome and commodious Family Residence erected thereon, and numerous other im- provements, comprising Gorden, Orchard, cleared Pad- dock, &c, &c.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have re-

ceived instructions to sell by publiclauction, at the Rooms, Pitt-street, on MONDAY, 11th January, at

ll o'clock.

The above valuable and extensive marino estate.

Cliffeton House is situated on a gentle declivity; leading [ to the sandy beach lining Chowder Bay, and is well shel-

tered at tho back and sides. It is a substantially-eroctcd I family residence, built of stone and : brick (thoroughly I cemented), with slated roof, and contains, on tho

i Ground Floor, spacious verandah on throe sides, leading

by stono steps to a lawn and garden, and opening ' into a wide hall, from which four largo rooms and j pantry have entrance. OB tue

I Second Floor is a large landing, with five good bedrooms . and spacious balcony ; and on the

j Upper floor is ono largo room or observatory, with bal j, cony overlooking the bay.

Tho bouse also contains three large collars, which, to I gether with tho whole of tho building und tho r grounds around it, aro perfectly dry, a largo outlay

having been wade in draining them thoroughly.

*** The internal fittings of the lower floor nro of cedar, end throughout tho whole houso tho fittings aro of a very

superior kind-the rooniB being papered and painted with

much taste.

The outbuildings comprise kitchen and servants' room, with fowl-houso, wood shed, Atc. There aro also several never-failing wellB and two galvanized iron tankB of 450 gallons each, for collecting rain-wnter/f in additiîn to à

never-foiling creek.

Nearly the whole of this estate is securely enclosed by

fencing. Tho grounds, about 8 acres, includlnç tho house, '' aro . secured by an inner fence, and compriso gardon, well-stocked orchard, and paddock of about 3 acres. In tho latter nro a stono-built stable, and a gardener's cottago of two rooms, built of weatherboard. '

<gf. It ts scarcely possible to do justice to the charming ;nnd romantic beauty of tho politlón of Cliffeton Houso and Grounds, Situated on a gentío ominorico, with lawns and garden running down to a vbito Bandy beach, and over- looking Vaucluse, and some of the choicest points on'tho southern shores of the harbour, it occupies nn unsurpassed and most picturesque position. It also enjoys the general advantage of being easily accessible, both by land and water, u good road leading to)-it from Hluo'e Ferry. To an admirer of fishing and boating Clif&ton can hardly bo recommended sufficiently, whilo ns a sanatorium, or for public pleasure gardens, it would bo almost impossible to Eolect a finor or more healthy locality, or a property moro eligible iu every respeet for such a purpose.

Plan on view at tho Rooms.

' POSITIV« SALE.' ! 7

ALLOTMENT OF LAND," ELIZABETH-STREET,

HYDE PARK, clo* to the buildings of Mr. Brown- low, situated between Bathurst and1 Liverpool streets.

TITLE.-Apply to MÛSRIÏ. EiUehartUnge and Son, solici-

tors, King-street. ,

THUMB AT SALEÍ . ,

BAYNES, TREEVE, and ¡CO. have re

- ceived instructions to sell by public auction, at, Mort's Rooms, Pitt-street, at ll o'clock, on WEDNES-

DAY, Cth January,

AU that allotment situate in . .'

ELIZABETH-STREET, HYDE PARK,

commencing nt n point distant about 5 foot from tho northern boundary of Mr. Brownlów's buildings, having ;i frontage of 12 feet, moro or loss, to Eliza-

beth-street by n depth of 80 toot, moro or loss, to a

reserve back entrance.

This allotment forms portion of tho promises now in ; lie occupation of Mr. M'Kone, close to the Hyde Park Hotel. It is in a most admirable position, and from tho increasing vnluo of land in tho locality must provo a vo punerative iavestaçut ty ft purchaser.

POSITIVE SALE.

LOT 1.-ALLOTMENT OF LAND, ESPlJj^ttB;

Manly Beach. > , J, l'.

LOT 2.-BLOCK OF LAND, EAST CBESGBITi

St. Leonards Road.

LOT 3.-BLOCK OF LAND. 6 acres, at Bondi.

LOT 4.-LINA COTTAGE, Short-stroet, batwoM

Botany Road and Dowling-stroots, and itoso to th»1

South Head Road. . . .

TITLES-For particulars, apply to JOHN DAWSON,

Eso,., Solicitor, Pitt-streot.

. ; TERMS jit sale. ' Í RAYNES, TREEVE, and CO. have received

instructions to sell by public auction, at Mort'B Rooms, Pitt-street, at ll o'clock, on WEDNES DAY, 6th January, .... -. ...;'

Tho following valuablo properties

LOT 1.-All that allotment of land, being lot 9, seotiot

A, as per plan, of Brighton, Manly Beach, havinj 40 feet, moro or less, frontago to THE ESPLAi NADE, by a depth of 152 feet, moro or loss, tc GILBERT-STREET, to which street thore ia ftlsi a frontage of 40 foot.

? C*^ This is a very choice allotment, close to tho Pie) Hotel, and 80 feet distant from Eustooo-stroet.

LOT 2.-AU that block of land, containing 1 rood 3!

perches, situate at

ST. LEONARDS, NORTH SHORE,

having 120 feet, moro or loss, frontago to EASl CRESCENT, by a depth of 93 foot.

igSgT This is a fino block of land, close to tho St. Lo» nords Road at Billy Blue's Point, and commands a ibu

view of tho harbour.

LOT 3.-All that block of land, situate at Bondi, con

faining ö ACRES, moro or loss, adjoining Mocatta', 3 acres 3 roodo 28 perches, and bounded on tho soutl

bv a Government road.

LOT "4.-That snug little freehold

LINA COTTAGE, SHORT-STREET, ? off Botany Road, and close to to tho South HOOJ ' Road. Lina cottogo is built of brick, with shiugloii roof, and contains 2 rooms, kitchen, and shod.

I§ä»* This is a good freehold, and worth tho attentioa o' .any one in search of Buch.

Plnns'bn viow at Mort's Rooms.

On SATURDAY, January 2ud, at II o'clock.

At the Old Bank of Australasia.

To Gentlemen Furnishing and others.

Very Superior Household Furniture and Effects. \ The proparty of a Gentleman leaving the colony, oon;

. sistingof ? Valuable Library of Books \ A First-class Ropowood Trichord Cottage Pianoforte, save;

octaves, by Broadwood

Music Stool

Oval Walnut Loo Table, Brussels Carpet ' Pier Glass, pair Lustres aHd Vases

6 Choirs, 1 Victoria Chair, 1 Easy Chair, and 1 Lounge, i

walnut

Handsome Drawing Room Suite, covered in mars»

morocco ;

^cscopc Dining Table, with sparo loaves jjjdsome Gilt Console Table nnd Glass

VnVit Walnut Chifioniorc, plato glass back and door* . jjugjlc Oil Paintings, by old masters DumBn(I Carriago Harness

Dinner\iter, Kerosene Lamp Glaeswufiice, green and gold Elkington"? China

Highlv-finiiBes'v0 Plated Dish Covers and Plato ; - c¿at go g\l'oublo Barrel Gun, in case, by Cocksodgr Verv superior Ss j

ling case :hloading Gun, by V enables, in trove; Iron Four-post Be .' Í Mahogany Waehstdf as, doublo and single < Largo Wardrobe, gianna pressing Tables \ Chest Drawers and Ttfptro door <\ Commode, Towel HorseGlasses _ /. Kitchen Dresser, Crockory- Oaue Chairs

Sundries too numerous to rid Cooking Utensils, and ;

-¡on.

Removed to tho Rooms i

BRADLEY, NEWTON. , T , ;

been favoured with ins^d LAM:.B hi" public auction, at their Rooms, Etions to sell b SATURDAY, January 2nd, at ll o'riGoorge-stroot, <

: Household furnituro, pianoforte silvoi

Terms, cash. . te, &c , &o. : ¡

' On MONDAY, January 4th, at ll ..-; j

At Castlereogh-streer, Redfern, near CIoTÍÍ!!,.sttoot; |

Important Sala by Auotion of i

Valuable Household Furniture and' Effocts, matti. j

by Messrs. E; Zuccani and Co. T ! Powerful Harmonium, by Aloxandre \ ! Gloss, China, Platcdware, &o. | Iron Bedsteads and Bedding > !.'

Refrigerator, &c. 1 | By order of the Exe^j ¿f &e ^ Mr, Jones, of \

Gas Company. -, <

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB ha; |

been favoured with instructions to sell by at' 1 tion, on the premises, Castlereagh-strcot, Rodfern, 1 ;

MONDAY, January 4th, at ll o'clock, | .".

Elegant drawing-room suite, covered in groen rep I Oval walnut table, to match

Pier glass, ornaments, carpets, &o.

Terms, cash. 1 i

. Preliminary Notice. ^^;

On FRIDAY, 8th January, at ll o'clock, \ ('<

at Lyndoch, ? ?

the Residenoo of Charles Sidoy, Esq. \ v] Highly Important Sale by Auctioa, j >.?; VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and i

EFFECTS.

Silver Plato I

Richly Cut Glass j / Elegant Baroucho ; j j Handsome Pair Carriago Horses ; j

Silver-mounted Harness 1 i

. Milch Cow, &c, &c. ! j Particulars of which will bo published and catalogue, i

, ( issued. ; j To Gentlemen Furnishing and others. í ;

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and LAMB h¡ \

been favoured with instructions fr, Charles Sidoy, Esq., who is leaving for Englnnd by.

La Hoguc, to soil by auction, at his residence, Lynde; : Glebe Road, on FRIDAY, 8th January, nt ll o'clock, ; '

The whole of his valuable housobold furniture ii j

effects. ;

Terms, cash. j ')

RYDE. j \ Under Distraint for Rent. | <

JY. MILLS bas been instructed by Mr. ! l>

. Dunkwater to sell by auction, on F&IDi í next, at James O'Shea's, Longsight, Ryde, ?

A quantity of furniture, horse, cart, and harness, plouj >

harrow, 2 cows. : <.

Salo to commence at ll o'clock. 5

Terms, cash.

Parramatta,

Brilliant-loned Cottago Piano, with all tho lato ?

improvements. >j

? Household Effects, &c. j MK. J. F. STAFF will sell by auction, )

Purchase's Buildings, :near thc v7ha i

THIS DAY, 31st Dccembor,

Tables, chairs, chilfoniore, sofas

Carpet, fenders and irons . '?>

Clock, looking glasses

Bedsteads, washstands . : f Crockery, lamps, kitchen utensils, &c, &«. j ! Salo at ll o'clock, without reaerv» for cash._¡ '

~ PARRAMATTA. ,^.)

GILBERT H. SMITH bas received instruc

tions from MeBsrs. Culmsee and Nicholso) (who are leaving tho colony) to soil by auction, on tho pro

mises, Church-street, on THURSDAY, 7th Januar)-{ lsoo, ;. !

.Tho wholo of tho stock, furnituro, &c, consisting o'

children's toys, sfnglo and double iron bodstcade. . rosewood drawing-room suite, covered with green

damask ; household furniture, glass cases and fix«

' turcs, largo doublo-scrcw proas, and a great variot'j

of other articles. |

Terms, cash. I

Village of Sutton, 3 miles from the Sutton Forest RailwaJ

' Station. ' j

JAMES, POWELL has received instruct

tiona from Mr. Peter Hart to sell by auction at ll o'clock on MONDAY", thc 4lh day of January, 18G9, at thc Royal Hotel, Sutton Forest,

giThnt snug and picturesque brick and wenthorboaid cot;

tage, known nu tho rosidanco of Mr.. Peter Hart , situate in tho villago of Sutton, containing 4 rooms! . slab kitchen, and servant's room, stablo, &o., with 1{ nero, of laud, securely fenced and beautifully lalj

1 out for an orchard, with upwards of 100 choico fruí'

I trees.

i Tho purchaser cnn have tho option of taking thokousa

hold furnituro, which is very substantial, ut a valuation There is also adjoining thu above, 2 nerca of land, w/j, fenced, with au excellent supply of grata und water. / /J

Intending puri-biibtn. ure remit-sted lo inspect, thin ch/., j .

and valuable property prim- to day of nile. Purl to*/.'-; J ; , tioulars tan bu «»Waiwd fn>m thu auctioneer at Ucrrhaa/ .'; ii

Tertus «I-sale, :l h

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