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SHIP ADVERTISEMENTS.

"KT OTICB.-Steam-boat NAUTILUS rnns from Limo- I JV street Corporation "Wharf, next Ersklne-street,to j Thy Dock, Watorvlew Bay, Balmain, starting from tho Dook Wharf at the honra, and Sydney side the half-hours.

Fir«» trip (rom Sydney at half-part 5 n'oloak a,m.

BIOHTON-M A N L Y BEAC H-STEAM »KB

(Fares, ls. ; children, 6<1.)

VICTORIA, and PHANTOM, will leave

Phomix Wharf. Woolloomooloo.

10.6,2,5. I 7.15,10.S0, 2.30, S.15. »»» Manly to Sydney.. To,\y^Uoowooloo.

IS, 5.30. I 8.15, A, 5.93,6. BUNDAYS-(Fares, 1». 6d.; children, 9d.)

Ffcsenlx Wharf, 10.15,8.15; Woolloomooloo, 18.30, Í.45.

From Manly, IS, 5.45

On THURSDAYS, weather permitting, an Excursion Trip np Middle Harbonr, per Phantom, from Woolloomooloo, at 10.30, callina; at Watton** Bay and Manly. No oharge

above the ls. fare.

An omnibus leaves the corner of G sorge and KingstmU twenty minutes before the steamer leaves Woolloomooloo.

Parties taking tho early Morning trip, 7.15, immediate reto TB t'okrt, 1». only._ Cl TEAM TO MANLY BEACH.-ANNIVERSARY JS DAY-TO-MORROW-Powerful Steam-packets will ply between Sydney and Manly Beach, leaving the Pbrenix Wharf and Woolloomooloo Bay at 10, lO.oO, ll,

12. 3,2,80, 3. and 4 o'olock. ? .... 1 I Fares-2». 6d" adult* ; ls 6d. children-return tickets.

The steamers will continue running from Manly until j

8 pm._? _ BRIGHTON.-MANLY UBACH STEAMERS, j

VICTORIA and PHANTOM, will run throughout | Annimpary Day, from the Pier, at Woolloomooloo (foot

cf Dowling-street).

He tum Tickets, 2s. 6d. eah._ A T 8 O N '8 B A Y. - S T E A M E li.

(Fares, ls. ; children, 6d.)

PHANTOM will leave- .

Woolloomooloo. Watson's Bay. Mondays, Wednesdays, and

Fridays. 2.30 ." 6.80 Tuesdays and Tbnrsdays.... 10.30 ... 6.80

Saturdays and Sundays. 10.30, 2.30 ... 11.15, 6.30

(SUNDAY Fare Return Tioket, 2s. 6d. ; children, 1B.)

H7 ATSON'S BAY STHAMKK, PHANT.Oàl, will run W throughout. Anniversary Hay, from the Pier;\Vool loomooloo (foot of Dowllng-street.)

_Bingle fire, la._?

r R. N. S. N. COMPANY.-Steam to the HUNTER.

. The CITY of NRWCASTLE, on TUESDAYS, ÜRBDAYS, and SATURDAYS, at ll p.m.

R. R. HUNTLEY, manager.

Offices, foot of Market-street._'

R. N. S. IS. CO.-STEAM to the HUNTER.-Tho . OITY OF NEWCASTLE, TO-MORROW

HIGHT, at ll o'clock.

R. R. HUNTLEY, Manager.

Offices, foot of Market-street._

fflHE A. a. N. COMPAMx'a »TEAMlärW 1

I TO

MELBOURNE.-CITY OF SYDNEY, FRIDAY

AFTERNOON, nt 3.

HUNTER RIVER.-ILLALONG, TO-NIGHT, (WED-

NESDAY), afc ll.

CLARENCE TOWN.-, MONDAY, Gth,

.February, ll pm.

MANNING RIVER, via NEWCASTLE.-SAMSON,

THIS EVENING, at 10.

BRISBANE nnd IPSWICH.-YARRA YARRA,

FRIDAY EVENING, at 10.

?WIDE BAY.-WARATAH, TUESDAY, 31st January,

at 10 p m.

FORT 0DKTI3 and ROCKHAMPTON direct.

EAGLE, FRIDAY AFTEROOON, at 6 p.m.

JAMES PATERSON, Manager.

A. B. N. Co.'B Wharf, Sussex-street. _

ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COM-

PANY'S STBAMPACKET3 TO

WOLLONGONG, and KIAMA, THIS NIGHT, ot

ll o'clock.

CLYDE RIVER, TO-MORROW, at 12 o'olock (noon).

KIAMA and SHOALHAVEN, TO-MORROW, at 9

ULLADULLA, on SATURDAY, at 10 a.m. , I

MERIMBULA and TWOFOLD BAY¿ on SATURDAY,

at 10 a m.

PORT MACQUARIE, on THURSDAY, 9th Febrnary. ? KIAMA.-The'steamer RAPID will leave tbs Bethel

Wharf, foot of Erskme-street, for. the above port every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENING, nt 9

o'clock.

' - Cabin pasrage, 10a. 6d. .

Return cargo, 10s. per ton.;

_SPEER and MEIKLEJOHN, agents,

SHELLHARBOUR.-Tho steamer RAPID wilHeave

the Bethel Wharf, foot of Erskine-street. for the above port every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVEN ' INO, at 9 o'clock'. Cabin passage, 10s.

_ SPEER and MEIKLEJOHN.

<y TEAM TO THE: CLARENCE AND K10HMONÜ O RIVERS.-The FENELLA will leave the Flour Company's Wharf, for Clarence River, on THURSDAY next,'the 2Cth instant, at 9 o'clock p.m. ; calling off Rich-

mond River Bar, to land the Marina Surveyor and his. staff, and other passengers (weather permitting.) Shippers will please to have their goods on the wharf by 5 p.m. on

the day of sailing.

,. ;_ G. MURRAY, Secretary.

STEAM to HOBART TOWN tcalllng at Eden, Two-

fold Bay.)-The TASMANIA, JOHN CLINCH, commander, will leave the Patent Slip Wharf on SATUR- DAY, 28th instant, at 12 (noon). ENTRIES must bo passed at the Custom House,, and freights paid before delivery of goods.

For lreight or passage apply to WILLIS, MERRY, and CO., 17, Chnrch-hill.

STEAM TO NEW ZEALAND.-The I. R. M. Co.'s

steamers will be despatched as under :

For AUCKLAND direct, loading at Grafton Wharf, XORD ASHLEY, A. KENNEDY, commander, on the - 10th Febrnary.

For NELSON, NEW PLYMOUTH, WELLINGTON,

FORT COOPER, and OTAGO, the PRINCE ALFRED . 3. BOWDEN, commander, on the 10th Febrnary.

Return tickets are issued at reduoed rates, entitling

the holders to remain a month in New Zealand.

. PEARSON and CO., agents, Gratton Wharf.

? _SAMUEL CLARK, manager.

LISMORE and PELICAN TREE.-The SBA GULL.

THIS EVENING. T. H. GREEN Pacific Wharf. OR THE MANNING RIVER.-The schooner

JESSIE is now receiving cargo.

For freight or passage apply to JAMES COX and CO.,

Baltic Wharf. . T

.fnOR MORUYA RIVER. - The ketch NUMBA,

JC BASTON, master, will sail TO-MORROW, Thurs-

day.

For freight or passage apply to THOMAS M'CAFFERY, Victoria Wharf. V :

TpOR THE MORUYA RIVER.-The schooner DOVE, JV MANSON, master, will sail on FRIDAY next.

For freight or passage apply to HENRY CLARKE,

Victoria Wharf. - ?

an-nl?, ^K¿9.HMÍÍND KtVER.-U'he schooner ' STORM KING, will sall on FRIDAY next.

Wíharf ; or, to WILLIAM WRIGHT, 28, Bnthnrst-streat. T710R KEMPSEY, MACLBAY RIVER.-The brican

JP . t ue MACLEAY PACKET, now receiving caígo.

Freight, 15s.norton ; passage,20s. :

Apply JAMES COX and CO., Baltic Wharf.  

mOli THE MACLEAY KIVEK.-The ANNIE JP - LAURIE, to sall on 25th. *"¥Iitt- AMU lb "Forfreight or passage, apply on board,.Commercial

Wharf. Freight, 15s. per ton.

IpoR TWOFOLD BAY.-The regular trader GIPSY

1 wfïl sail on FRIDAY, 27th. For freight or passage, apply on board, Commercial Wharf; or J. HAttPUR and

CO., 289, George-street.

1GBTNING, for the MANNING RIVER, salis first

fair wind.

..TÍFír,frS.Iíht or Passage apply to HENRY CLARKE. Victoria Wharf._ - ' 1P°£?TD£?» TWOFOLD BAY.-The clipper sohomer

L ELLEN.will sail on SATURDAY, 28th instant,

"cial Wharfi r PaS8aß6 aPPlv on b()Md» Bfc the Comraer Î"j\OR PORT CURTIS and ROCKHAMPTON.-The

? fast and well-known trader JENNY LIND, CUR A1T^ now ready to receive cargo at Campbell's fefra?d^'11 sail on FRIDAY, the 27lh instant.

i^fflSi*"CRbin w Bteorase, apply t0

SHIP AUVKKTiBMMMNTB____ 1i>0K BRISBANE. QUBBNSLANI).-The Al re

* gnlar trader CITY OP MELBOURNE, CapUin BROWN,- ia now fast loading, »nd will bo quickly

degwttched. ^ ? M 0 8_p]y on board, at the Grafton

Wharf ; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd** Chambers. _ .,,_ TFÎRôT VESSEL FOR BRISBANE, QUKBNS r LAUD.-The clipper brigantine MARGARET, A. IX SMITH, commander, clears at th« Cnatoma TO-MORROW. Shippers will please send down their pood?, pass" entries »nd forward bills of lading for signa-

ture BB early as possible.

For freight or passage, apply on board, at the Gratton - Wharî; or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's ehnmhers._;_?_ 17URST VENSJlL^for MELBOURNE.-Tne neniar.

' trader NATIVE LASS, tobe followed by «he MARY and ROBB. For freight or passag« apply ts ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, and CO., Sassex-street._,

FOR MELBOURNE, the - GOIJDKN HPKING.

-Apply at the Albion Wharf ; or W. WBIGHT, 28, Bathnrst-street _ . ?? '

FOR GEELONG direct - Tho schooner BUlWilANT,

having two-thirds of her cargo engaged, will sall

'"yo/freieht'or passage apply at the Grafton Wharf ;

or, WILLIAM WRIGHT, 28, Bathurst-street.

FIRST VESSEL Tor ADELAIDE -The first-class

clipper schooner UNION, LITTLBCOTB, matter, will eomplfte her loading at the Victoria Wharf, and s!al THIS AFTERNOON. "»vov nT

For freight or passage apply to HENRY CLARKE, at the wharf : or to MORISON and BLACK. 4, Bridge-st.

NLY VESSEL for MELBOURNH WHARF.-The

well-known regular trader ESPERANZA, D. M'KAY, commander, having three-fonrtha of ber cargo encaged, will be despatched in a few days. '

For freight or passage, apply on board, at Lamb's Wharf, or to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloyd's Chambers._._;

NLY VESSEL for LAUNCESTON.-Tho. smart

schooner W. B. DEAN, M'BACHBRN, master, will be despatched on THURSDAY.

For freight or passage apply to MOLI30N and and BLACK. Po. 4. Bridge-street._ FOR ADELAIDE direct.-The well-known regular

trader, JOHN ORMEROD, T. .T. SEVIER, master, now lying at the Circular Quay, having two-thirds or her cargo engaged, will meet with qniok despatch.

For freight and passage apply to Captain, on board, MOLISON and BLACK, or EBSWORTH and CO., Bridge-street.______

OR PORT COOPER direot.-The brig MOUNTAIN

MAID, LONGMUBE, maBter, having the creator poitton of her cargo engaged, is guaranteed to be the first

vessel. Freiitht, 35s. per ton. .

For freight or passage apply to J. J. PEACOCK, Miller's Point. _. ?

OR HONGKONG.-The fine clipper ship CYCLONE,

HOSSACK, commander, will be despatched for the above port about 1st March.

For freight or passage apply to MOLISON and BLACK, 4, Bridge-street.___

LACK BALL AND EAGLB LINKS OF PAOKBTS.

For LIVERPOOL direct, forwarding passengers

to LONDON.

Passage money, £\4 and npward?.

The unrivalled clipper Rhip LIGHTNING, 2090 tens, JAMES CLARKE. Esq., commander, will , bo despatched from MELBOURNE tor LIVERPOOL, on SATUR- DAY, 4th February. UGO.

The magnificent clipper LIGHTNING, having arrived after one ol her nsnal rapid passages, will be despatched on her retarn voyage to Liverpool, punctually on the above dat«. This remarkable vessel has earned for herself the proud distinction of being the fastest sailing ship in the world-having made the passage from Melbourne to Liver- pool, port to port, in 63 days.

Unrivalled as are tho sailing capabilities of the Light- ning, her accommodation for all classes of passengers are equally pre-eminent. She has a magnificent flush-deck, with a clear sweep of nearly 250 feet, affording a most de- lightful promenade.

Captain Clarke has on every occasion received from all classes of passengers tho most substantial proofs of their esteem and good wishes.

An experienced surgeon accompanies the ship.

A stewardess is appointed to wait upon lady passengers. Steward's attendance provided for second cabin.

For rates of passage, and further particulars, apply to BRIGHT, BROTHERS, and CO., Melbourne; of

THACKER, DANIELL, and CO., Sydney. _

OR LONDON.-For Cabin Passenger» only.-The

fine Al clinper ship JASON, 900 tons fegister, GEORGE STUART, commander, will sail positively on the 31st ir stni-.t.. Passengers aro requested to inspect her very superior saloon accommodation, and make arrange- ments without delay. Rate of pissage-money,, £50. Carries an experienced Bnrgeon.- . ?

Apply on board at Campbell's Wharf; or to GILCHRIST, AV ATT, and CO., Margaret-street.

FOR LONDON.-Notice to Passengers.-To sail iii

February.-The regular trader and first-class British clipper, LIGHT OF THE AGE, 2100 tons, Captain J. 0. GILSON. This vwsel is well known as one of tho finest ships employed in the trade between Sydney and London, and is noted not only for her remark- ably fast sailing qualities, but also for the superior ac. commodation she, afferde, to first and second cabin passengers. The cabins are full with every convenience, The saloons ore light and well ventilated, and that for the accommodation of the ladles Is separate and distinct Carries a duly qualified surgeon.

For rate of freight or passage money, apply to the i. Commander on board-, orto GILCHRIST, WATT, and ¡CO., Margaret-street.'.;

.T¡10R LONDON.-To gail on 4th of Febriiary.-Thi JP fine firBt-blass, clipper ship STRATHALLAN, W. K. WILLIAMSON, commander. The ship is non fast loading at Smith's Wharf, and having-all her dead - weight on board, is fast filling np with wool, and will bi

.despatched as above.

For freight or passage apply to GRIFFITHS. FAN- NING, and CO. ; or to MOLISON and BLACK, 4, Bridge'

street. ' -

OR LONDON. - The splendid A1 dipper ship

ALFRED, 1278 tons register, GEORGE COSSBY; commander, will be despatched at an early date. Thu ship is. well known in the Australian trade for her rapid passages, and ia now discharging her inward oargb in first rate order. The vessel has bow ports for shipment of beavj

timber. .

For raten of freight apply on board, to Captain COS9BY j or to WALTER SCOTT, Lloyd's Chambers, I 213, George-street._ '

OR LONDON.-The fine Al 13 years cllpper-bnllf

ship COLEROON, WILLIAM HALL, commander now lying at the Circular Quay, having the whole of hei dead weight on board, and half her wool alongside, wll meet with qniok dispatch. . ..

This vessel is remarkable for her fast-sailing qualities, and has discharged her inward cargo in excellent condition

For freight and passage apply to LAIDLEY, IRE LAND, and CO., George-street ; or EBSWORTH am CO., Bridge-street. _

FOR LONDON.-To sail on the 1st proximo, the A

clipper barque SEB ASTIAN, 400 tons register, W i BEGG, commander; has room for a limited number c

cabin passengers.

For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board at Smith's Wharf, Miller's-point ; or to

FLOWER, SALTING, and CO., agents, Hunter-stree< ]?OR GOLD AND PASSENGERS ONLY.-Th

! DUNGAN DUNBAR, HENRY NEATBY, com mander, will sail positively on the 1st FEBRUARY

- Apply to BUCHANAN, SKINNER and CO., 21

Maequarie-place.

HIP CYCLONE, from HONGKONG.-Consignee of goods by this vessel are requested to pass EN TRIE! for Smith's Wharf, where DISCHARGE willcommenc on FRIDAY MORNING. All goods impeding the dis charge of the cargo will be entered, landed, and stored a the consignees', risk and expense ; and the agents beg t notify that it will he necessary in all cases to pay frelgh and obtain an order previous to delivery. MOLISON an BLACK, agents._

HIP DUNCAN DUNBAR, for LONDON.-AU pei

Bons having ACCOUNTS against this -vessel are re quested to render them In duplicate, and passengers t pay balance of passage money, on or before SATURDAY the 28tU instant. Shipper» will eonfer a favour by sendin their bills of lading in for signature at once.

BUCHANAN, SKINNER, and CO., «gants.

ANNIE WILSON, from LIVERPOOL.-All CLAIM . ACCOUNTS against , this yesiel mu,_ 0 ^Tered«ñSSJ'l,^tS ttt tho °mce or *u« undersigned b niaed. THACKER, DANIELL, and CO., agents.

ANTED, to CHARTER a VESSEL from 500 to 6C * t0B8i,t0, ca"y * car«° of coals to Chin«, V< further partículaT apply to SMITH, BROTHERS, an

SHIP ADVERTISEMENTS.

ID ANTED, KRBIUHT to L indon, tor 80 tuns sperm

W o»- R. TOWNS «nfl CO._

TIT ANTED io CHARTER a vessel of 40Ü w 500 cons, ¥y to csrrv Coals to Hongkong. Apply to GRIF- FITHS, FANNING-, and CO.. Spring-street, Sydney.

OH FREIGH'I' or CHARTtiR.-A ftrst-cluss UlilG,

admirably apapted for the conveyance. of stock. Apply to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., ' Lloyd's chsmhers._. }¡\OR SALE, the Britten brig GERTRUDIS, now lying

1 at GaBCompany's Wharf. 3. A. JOSEPH, George-st. ITtOR SALE, a Sailing BOAT of five tomi, with iron

1 ballHSt, sa'ls and gear complete ; price £35. Apply to"BERRY or MATTHEWS, Waterman's Box, Circular Quay._._ rr1ENDERS are invited.lor COPPERING, Ac, of the 1 schconer NATIVE LA8S. Specifications to be seen at the office of ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, and CO., BnBBex.Btreet.TO-MOBROWFORBNOON.ggth January.

OORE'8 WHARF. - VESSELS DISCHARGING OR I.OAMN« AT THIS WHARF CAN LAY ALONGSIDE A KEA SONANLR TIUE WITHOUT CHARGE, AND A LIBERAL ALLO W AKCI! Vf lit DB HADE FROM'THE WHARFACES RF.OEIVED ON' CAROO. Gor ns STORED IN BONDED OR FREE WAREHOUSES

AT Low RATES,

I This capacious wharf has frontage to deepwater for: i vessels of any tonnage, and being enclosed with roomy

sheds upon ironers every security for cargoes discharging or loading. The extensive warehouses, which are of first class character, aro calculated to protect goods stored in them, while their proximity to the waterside obviates the necessity of cartage, by which much expense ls saved, and the goods subjected to one removal only. The wharfinger snd a watchman live on the premises. HENRY MOORE.

a USTRALIAN JOINT STOOK BANK.-NOTICE A is hereby given that the Half-yearly General MEETING of the proprietors will be hold at the Bank, in George-street, Sjdney, on FRIDAY, the 27th day of January instant, at ll o'clock a.m. precisely, to receive the report of the directors for. the half-year ended the 31st ultimo ; to electa director in the room of Thomas Chaplin Breillat^ Esq , who retires by rotation ; to elect two audi- tors for the ensuing year ; to confirm the resolution passed at the »peotal general meeting of proprietors on the 6th December ultimo ; for extension of limititios of number of shares to be held by any one proprietor of the company ; und to transact such other business as may bo brought before the meeting.

By order of the Board of Directors,

A. H. RICHARDSON, general manager. Sydney, 6th January.

Pursuant to clause XXXVI. of the Deed of Settlement, every candidate for the office of director is required to give notice thereof, In writing, to be left at the Banking-house, in Sydney, at least fourteen dajs before the day of oleo tlop._'

4 TJSTRALIAN JOINT-STOCK BANK.-Notice is

A hereby given that JOHN BAYLEY DARVALL, Esq., M. P., a duly qualified proprietor, has notified his in- tention of becoming a CANDIDATE (now sale candidate, M. B¿ Murnin, Esq., having retired), to fill the vacancy

in the office of Director, at tho ensuing general meeting of - proprietors, on the 27th instant. By order of the Board of Directors. A. H. RICHARDSON, General Manager. Sydney, 24th January.__ AUSTRALASIAN CLUB. - Notice. - A Balloting

. MEETING of tho members or this Club, will be held' THIS DAY, oommenoing at 1 o'clock precisely. By order, HENRY JOHNSON, seorotary.

VICTORIA CLUB. - Notice.-The Annual, General'

MEETING of MEMBERS will be held on MON- DAY, the 30th instant, at 2 o'clock p m., for the election of officers for the current year ; for the recoption of the accounts, made up tothe3lBt of December last ; and for other business connected with tho Club.

. Members ore earnestly requested to attend.

By'order of tho Committee,

_ W. H. CATLBTT, secretary.

COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY of 8YDNE Y.

-NOTICE is hereby given, that a Half-Yearly General MEETING of the Proprietors of this Institution, will be held in the Banking-house, George-street, Sydney, THIS DAY, the 24th instant, at noon, to receive the

Report of tho Directors for the half-year ending the 31st nltimo, and to transact such other business as may be brought before the meeting. By order of the Board, ROilERT NAPIER, manager. Sydney. 7th Januyy.

fTrHK KYDNEY INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY.

X -The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above institution will bo held in tho Infant Schoolroom, Castlereagb-street, on the EVENING of TUESDAY. 31st January, I860.

The chair will be taken at 7 o'clock.

. A report of the proceedings of the past year, together with the Treasurer's accounts, will be laid before the meeting.

Subscribers and friends of the Institution are respect- fully invited to attend. ... '¿¡

JOHN DOUGALL, joint hon. secretary.

ri'1 ATTERS ALL'S INAUGURATION DINNER, J. THIS EVENING, January 25th. Tickets (inoludlng wines, Ac), 25s. each, to be had of tho Stewards, or at the . Clnb Iioores, Pitt-street. Dinner on the table at 7 p.m.

A USTRALIAN HORTICULTURAL AND AGUI-

JA CULTURAL SOCIETY.-The AUTUMNAL EXHIBITION will bo held on WEDNESDAY, the 8th, and THURSDAY, the 9th Febrnary next, at which prises will be awarded for floricultnral and horticultural exhibits, agricultural produce, implements, machinery, and articles of commerce; open to all exhibitors. ' Prize schedules, . and all information, may be obtained on application at the

office of the Society, 9, Hunter-street. H. R. WBBB, Assistant Secretary. .. .

NEWCASTLE COAL and COPPER' COMPAN Y.

Incorporated by Act of Council.-Notice is hereby .given that a Half-yearly General MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS in this Company, will be held at their office, No. 7, in the Exchange, on MONDAY, the 30th day . of January Instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, to receive

the report of the directors for the half-year ended the 31st December, 1859, and to transact snoh other business as may be brought before the meeting, in terms of the Com . pany'a . deed of settlement. By order of the Board. _ JOHN P. PERRY, Secretary

NEWCASTLE WALLSEND COAL COMPANY^

Notice.-The undermentioned duly qualified pro- prietors have given the notice required by the Deed of Settlement that they are Candidates for election as Di« rectors of this Company, vis.

' Alexander Campbell, Esq.

Samuel Deane Gordon, Ksq. Clark Irving, Esq.

Charles Kemp, Esq. M. Metcalfe, Esq.

M. E. Murnin, Esq. .

By order of the Board,

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Managing Director Bydney, 12th January._:

QYDNEY LITERARY ASSOCIATION. - The IQ Annual General MEETING bf the members will be held in the Lecture Hall, Jamison-street, THIS EVEN- ING, at .half-past 7 o'clock. Business-to receive report, elect officers, Ac. -

, W. H. ». HINDMARSH, honorary secretary.

HE BAZAAR will positively CLOSE TO-DAY.

All goeds remaining unsold will be' disposed of by competition during the evening. Purchasers for bazaars in anticipation are requested to avail themselves of thia favourable opportunity.

BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.-The Annual General Meeting of the Benevolent Society of'New South Wales will be held on!' MONDAY, the 60th instant, In the St. James' Infant Schoolroom, Castlereagh-street. The chair will be taken at 7, p.m. \

. GEORGE. ALLEN, Honorary Secretary. Sydney,'

January 21.

11HIRD AUSTRALIAN BENEFIT INVESTMENT

. AND BUILDING BOOIETY.-Notice is horeby given, that the Annual General MEETING of the Mem- bers of this Society will be held at the office of the Society 309, George-stieel, THIS DAY, Wednesday, the 25th, at 4 p.m., for the purpose of receiving the report of the Directors; a Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for,' : the year ending December 31st. 1859, for the election of a

Director In the room of Mr. H. T. Fox, who retires by lot,' 1 bnt who is eligible for re-election ; and for the.transao i tion of Buch other business as may be brought before the

meeting. By order of the Board of Directors, J. H.

I TREE VE, secretary._ '

USTRALIAN SUBSCRIPTION BOAT CLUB.

Refreshments can be obtained at the Club Rooms, 1 on the Anniversary of the Colony. P. R. HOLDSWORTH,

manager.

i-' ' -_

AS. B. C.-Subtorlbers requiring Boats for the

« Anniversary aro requested to make their arrange- ments as soon as possible. Boats to let on hire, consisting oí yacht, whale-boat, four and six oared boats, skirts. I dingles, Ac. P. H. HOLDSWORTH, manager. ;

TO THE INHABITANTS of NEWTOWN, GLEBE,   CHIPPENDALE, and REDFERN.-The EX-    

PRESS Omnibus will leave each SUNDAY MORNING to the bathing-house, from Newtown 5.30 a.m, Glebe 6 a.m., Railway Bridge 6.20 a.m Passengers to and fro, 1s. each. RICHARD SMITH, proprietor, Glebe.  

PERSONS ADVERTISED FOR

BOX 50 can meet with a PARTY, by, applying to F. F. L.. Criterion Chamber«, King-atreet, 8ydney.   ,*TVAN1KL C1LB and his WlFe", arrived , May last in , 1 / shin Sapphire, flri>t ship from Donegal, supposed to btin Maitland. YonrBister 8HBLAMM'BKIUB wlsheB to hear from you. Address to Mrs. BOWE BMAN, Marian, Parramatta._._ FRANClS SCOTT, believed to have died in 1856, «t ?J S>dney, Liverpool, or Maitland, aged 44 ; had cancer In the face. Place and date of deoeasei required, for whian » reward will be given. Apply to Kev. W. PUR VE 3, East Maitland._ ROBERT CAMERON, who lived as a miller, on the   .JV Murrum bidgee River, near Gundagai, fourteen years ¡?KO: or any one who can give any information about him, vpfeaie write to JAMES CAMERON, at Mr. J. Farrell'*. . 181, Kent-Btreet» Bydney. _ ? ? -

RICHARD WINLES.'- ELIZA "WHITE, Bangor,  

. conni y Down, wishes to see you ot Mr. L AYCOCK'S,

.'470, Pitt-Etreet. .

R1 OYAL VIOTOKIA THE A TR E.

Agent for the Lessee. Mr. SAMUEL COLVILLE^ Directms. Miss MAR Y PROVOST,

Wrho having recovered from her severe indisposition, will, on this occasion, for the first time in Sydney; appear as

Mrs. HALLER,

WEDNESDAY EVENING, January 25th, . ;. ¡ Will be presented, for this night only, the great five act

play of _ 1 3 THE STRANGER.

Mrs. Haller.Miss Mary Provost. .

To conolnde with tho roaring farce of

FAMILY JARS.

! A great bill for Thursday, the 72nd Anniversary of ! NEW SOUTH WALES.

FRIDAY EVENING, Benefit of Misa MARY

.PROVOST.

. ', The Irish Comedian of the, age. Mr. JOHN DREW, | i will appear on Monday, the 30th instant. _

Í1 KIN CE OF" WALKS THEATRE. - NORTH

AMERICAN CIRCUS.-WORRELL and CO., oprietors.

Unbounded applause nightly bj crowded audiences. Great bill for WEDNESDAY, January 25th. The entertainments will commenoe with the

CK AND QUADRILLE ENTREE, led by Messrs. Smith and Taylor.

Alter which, an entire chango of performance by this truly wónderfnl company, embracing all the procurable

talent in the Australian colonies.

Doors open at 7, performance to commence at 8.

Prices of admission : Dress cirolé, 4s. ; upper circle, 2s. ; pit, ls. ; gallery, 6d.

N.B- Great preparations are be'ng made by the management to give a grand entertainment on SATUR- DAY AFTERNOON, Jannory 29th instant. ,

Deon open at half-past 1 o'clock ; performance at half

past 2 o'clock.

Evening entertainments aa usual._ rilHEATKE -SCHOOL OF ARTS.-ANN1YBK

1 BARY DAY, January 26tb.

GRAND CONCERT.

A choice Selection of Irish, Scotch, American Concerted and Operatic Pieces,- supported by the following ola

favourites :- '

Mr. Frank Howson, Mrs. Guerin, Miss Julia Matthews,

Miss Emma Howson, Miss Clelia Howson, Mr. Riobard

Stewart.

Admission.-Reserved seat?, 2s. 6d. ; Gallery, ls. Doors open at balf-past 7 ; Concert commence at 8.

FRANK VARLEY, agent.

ROFESSOR PARKER'S Entertainment, rear of Birch's Hotel. Manly Beach. Admission one shilling. ELECTRO-BIOLOGY, at the Red Cow HotpL farra

roatta -Positively for two nights only.-FRIDAY and SATURDAY, January 27th and 28th.-Professor BUSHELL haB much pleasure In Btating that Friday evening's entertainment will be in aid of the funds of the Parramatta Hospital. , . '

Tickets may be obtained from the Secretary, or any

.member of the committee.

Ayl ETROPOL1TAN RACES.-AUTUMN MEET jyi. . ING, I860.-Under the management of the Aus- tralian Jockey Club.-Patron, Sir William Denison. *«Th«~'Metropo]itan Maiden Plate, of 150 sovereigns, with a

'sweepstakas of 5 sovereigns each added, for all horses that. never have won an advertised priée at the time of en- trance (winners of two-year old stakes excepted), height for age, no maiden allowance ; second horse to receive 25 sovereigns. Entrance, £10. Winner* at Btarting of 30 sovereigns, 3 lbs. extra ; of 50 sovereigns, 5 lbs. extra ; 100 sovereigns, 7 lbs. extra. One and three-quarter milos ; penalties for winners, not accumulative.. Entrances, en- closing fees and sweepstakes ' to be made according to printed forms, to be obtained at the offices of BELL'S LIFE and the EBA, to be addressed under cover to the Honorary Secretary, 272, Pitt-Btreet, Sydney. . ,_

T 1VERPOOL-ANNIVERSARY RACES.

ENTRANCES.-FH13T DAY.

MAIOEN PLATE.-Alpaca, Shamrook, Liverpool. - LIVERPOOL Town PLATE.-Gratis, Strop.

PRINCE OF WALES STAKES.-Tommy Tickle, Granite, Pekoe, Lady Julia, Irish Kate, Whalebone, Ready Reckoner, Vanity, Lady of the Lake. ..?;-,< .

SECOND DAY.

M. P.'s PURSE.-Young Morgan, Gratis, Strop. . . WELTER RACE.-Strop, Ready Reckoner, Gratis. '

RAILWAY PLATE.-Alpaca, Ackbar, Liverpaol. ¿

Notice.-AU horses to be saddled- in the weighing yard,

"and to be ridden past the stand before starting, jinder a. . penalty of £5. ' ' ' ; >.

. T. BURGESS, Hon. Secretary.

LIVERPOOL RACES.-Great Southern . 'Hallway.-,

Notice is hereby given that - EXCURSION . TICKETS will be issued on the 27th instant to Liverpool

and back only, available for the day of issue ; and on the 28th instant, from the usual stations, at- single fares for the double journey. '

B. H. MARTINDALE, . Department cf Internal Communication, . i

_8ydney, 20th January. . . ;

L1VERPOOLRACES.-GREAT SOUTHERN RAIL-

WAY.-SPECIAL TRAIN. - Notice ls hereby given that, on . the 27th and 2Sth January, 1860, in addi- tion to the ordinary trains, a. SPECIAL TRAIN will be run from Sydney, at 11.30 a.m., to Liverpool, calling at Parramatta only.

By order,

R. MOODY, Chief Clerk.

? Railway Branch, Department, of Internal Communlca oion, Sydney, January 21«t._ '

CAMDEN MAIDEN PLATE.-To come off on the

second week in April, 1860. 100 sovereigns for all horses that at the time of entrance never WOB an advertised prize exceeding £30, with a sweep of two sovereigns each added. Distance,- mile and a-half ; one event ; entrance, ten per cent.- on amount of prize. No qualification. Winners, at time of starting, of £100, to carry seven lb. extra ; of £50, to carry four lb. extra. Entrances to be sent, under cover, to Mr. JOHN GALVIN, Camden, ad- dressed, "Entrance fer Camden Subscription Races." . _W. DAWSON, hon. secretary.

CANTERBURY ELECTION. - Dr. BHBKWm will I

address the Electors on WEDNESDAY EVENING (ibis night), at 7 o'clock, at Mr. Neioh's Inn, Burwood ; and at Mr. Lucas' Inn, Parramatta Read, at 8 o'clock.

ANTEKBURY ELECTION.- Dr. SHERWIN will

address the Electors on THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Mr. Jones' Inn, Battle Bridge ; and at 8

o'clock, at Mr. Hearse's Inn, Petersham.

ELECT BOARDING and DAYSUHOOL for Young

Ladies, at 195, Macqnarie-street North, opposite the Domain Gate, Sydney.-Mrs. TAIT bas VACAN CUSS for three Resident Pupils. Her system includes a thorough English education, the modern languages and sciences, and all other accomplishments, in which she ls assisted by the first professors. The school bas re-opened. Pupils desirous of receiving private lessons from Madame Untrue, Mr. Paling, or Mr. Wilson, have the opportunity of doing BO

twice a week.

Y CE UM SCHOOL.-A few DAY BOARDERS can

be taken, at £25 per annum. W. S. CREBNY, 77, Bathnrat-street._

ItiS FREEMAN'S Boarding School, 29, Cowper terrace, Church-hill. Vacancies for a few additional

AND SALE ROOMS, 423, Georgo-atreet._A

Register, containing full particulars of houses, estates, allotments of land, «talions and stock ; ship, bank stoik and other shares intended for PRIVATE SALE, will be kept at these rooms for the convenience of vendors and purchasers, and no charge made except to the vendor when sales are effected. Plans, accompanying instructions, will be exhibited en the walls of the sale room. T. Vf. BOWDEN._ NOTICE ia hereby given, that application is Intended

to be made to Parliament, within three months next ensuing, for leave to bring in a bill to incorpsrate a Com- pany, to be called the ".Wahgunyah Murray Bridge Com- pany;" and to enable¡ the said company to erect and maintain a bridge over the Murray River at the end of Ford-street, in the township of Wahgunyah, and to take

toll thereatj.and for other purposes, In the said bill to be

.mentioned.

Dated thia eleventh day of January, 1860.

«,'\VÎiî<I^M.,G0L>?'B?îy ««OAKiÄY, solicitor for tte

Ml, 125, Caatlereagh-itreet, Sydney.

NOTICE to CÀBINKTMâKBKa Md othert.-Any

perBOn harbouring or employing WILLIAM COLB, my bound apprentice, will be prosecuted according to law.

JOSEPH COWAN, 333. Pitt-street.

1WI uiiCE.-The undersigned request« that all UIÜUJIO

J\ against the firm of B. TBILLARD andCO. may be sent in at onoe for liquidation. Parties. OWING them are also earnestly requested to pay at once, as past tros Slst instant all unsettled accounts will be placed in the solicitor's hands in consequence of Mr. Teillard's depar-

ture for France.

ED. TBILLABD and CO.

NOTICE.-JAMES KY AN, some monttiB since WM

livieg at Wilberforce, and leftaChesnnt Mare on the estate or Mr. John Dawson. If the said awe is not claimed before the 13th day of February next, she will be sold by public auction at the Homestead, Wilberforce, on that day, to defray expenses. LABAN WHITE, agent.

Wilberforce. 23rd January._? ? . - . ? -.'

NOUCE-I have this d»y taken my Brother, .Mr.

EDWARD HORDERN, into PARTNERSHIP in my drapery business, which will, on and after this date, be carried on under the style or firm of L. and E. HOR-   DERN." L. HORDERN, George-street South. - 20th January. 1860.    

T HAVE, THIS DAY, appointed HENRY EAKN I BHAW THHWBLL, Esq., of Margaret-lane, Sydney,

Merchant, as ray, attorney, to, act for mein all matters ,

during roy absence from the colony. Dated this 24th ?? I day of January, 1860. .

' MATTHEW A. WORMS, '

Trading under the style or firm of ?'

M.A. WORMS and CO._; IIO THE STOCKHOLDERS of the WJ5STEKN and

NORTHERN DISTRICTS.-The undersigned is

prepared-to receive cattle fur sale, and to conduit the same on commission. Well grassed paddocks, abundantly watered, enable him to afford more than nsnal advantages to ownerB entrusting sales to his management. JOHN KING LETHBRIDGE, Dunheved, Penrith._

UDDENHAM ESTATE.-CAUTION.-Any person

found cutting or removing timber or fences from the unsold portion of this estate will be prosecuted, anda reward will be paid by the undersigned for any informa- tion which will lead to the conviction of parties so offend-' lng. RICHARDSON and WRENCH. Sydney.

CAUTION.-A small Grey MARE, my property, is

detained by Samuel Rogers and-:-Jones,horse dealers, or one of them, and I have taken legal proceed- ings against them ; and this is to caution all persons against riesling with either of them for the said mare. BENJAMIN NATHAN LEVEY, 436, Castlereagu-street, Sydney, 24th January._ Ol A REWARD.-Whereas, on the night of the 29th Jj I \J November last, some person stole ' from nie, at the Muttama Wool Shed, a CHEQUE, drawn by Mr. Thomas Broughton, on the Commercial Bank, Sydney, dated 22nd August, 1859, in favour of Thomas Friend, for £25 ; seven pounds in gold, and six pounds in bank notes The above reward will be paid by the undersigned to any person who will give such information as will lend to the apprehension and conviction of the guilty party. Pay- ment of this ch pque hus been stopped at the Rink by Mr. Broughton. THOMAS LAMBERT, storekeeper, at Mut- ts manearJnifiong._,_ X»0 REWARD.-Strayed, from Annandale, Parra dü^j matta Road, Two Black MARES : one branded EC near shoulder, the ether CD near shoulder ; and one ehesnnt FILLY. : Any person giving information that will lead to their recovery to COWAN and ISRAEL, Albion Soap Works, Elizabeth-street, will receive the above reward._, _. _._ TEN SHILLINGS REWARD.-LOST, on Monday

Evening, by a poor girl, a LACE BERTHE, trimmed with white flowers and ribbon. Shewillfael most grateful by the finder leaving it at the HartALD Office, for MARY

GRANT._ ? ' . ' :

OENT DOWN from Rooky Creek, in Angust last, two Ö head CATTLE, branded RP over BP hip and thigii, and RP over J ribs and thigh. The owner can have proceeds, less expenses, of this advertisement, by apply- ing to the undersigned. JOHN G. GRENFELL, Tam worth. _

Ï>OUND ADRIFT, in Johnson's Bay, a RAFT of

CEDAR. "If not claimed within fourteen days, will be sold to pay expenses. Apply to KO BERT EDGER- TON, Ralmain Saw Mills._: - : _

MONEY FOR INVESTMENT.-T. W. BOWDEN

has for investment, on satisfactory security, at a moderate rate ot interest, several sums of money, from £300 to £4000. Land Sale Rooms. 423, George-Btreet.

X*EZf\f\n TO LEND on MOKTGAGiû. J. 3LÖUUU MULLENS, 12, .Barrack-street.

OYDNEY OPHTHALMIC INSTITUTION, tor the O enreof Diseases of the Eye.-Patron, Sir William Denison ; President, Sir A. Stephen ; Surgeon, Dr. Bern cattle. Apply from 9 to ll. 229, Maca»arie-sfcre=«-.

R. RICHARD ROGER!?, formerly VETERINARY

SURGEON to hls'Royal Highness Prince Albert, and late in charge of the 3rd and 4th Batteries Malms .Artillery Rangoon, can be consulted daily, at No. 17, O'Connell-street. . Satisfactory testimonials.

SILK AND WOOLLEN DYEING, Ac-Mrs. MIETH-

LING bega to inform ber friends and customers'that she has removed to the new shop on the opposite side of the way, near Market-street, and'any commissions or orders committed to her care shall receive her usual atten-

tion. York-street._. _ " :

ARTELS and; J ANNING, Bilk, and Woollen Dyers,

No.'56, York-street,' five' doors from; Ktng^'street, Sydney.-Ladies' dresses and gentlemen's clothes cleaned and,dyed equal to new. ; ' , , _.

GIBSON, Silk and Woollen Dyer, Scourer, and Hat a ' Presser,' Steam Mill-street, foot of , Bathurst-Btreet, Bydney. References-Dr. Moon, Pitt-street M. M. Campbell, Cloth Factory. -, v r . . : . y

."Tir. ? WILLING! ON is making » shipment bf Parcels,

ff. » j*r the JASON, to Pickford and Co*, for the

United-Kingdom, .New York, and for the "Continent of . Europe." /Small pareen', ls. -146, Prince-street, Sydney!

WATCHJOa and : CLOCKS carefully cleaned and

- repaired, at moderate charges;. watch glasses fitted at Is. each. F. JONES, 20, Hunter-street. ,

BILL OF FAKE;-Roast Pork, Veal, Lamb, GrlUed

- Chops and Btea* B, Sheep«' Heads, Tripe (fried and bolled ), Lambs' Fry, Stewed Steaks, Kidneys, Soups. City Wine Vaults. George-street._ ? . '

Tl* AN LY BEACH. -PRIVATE BOARDING

1V1 " ESTABLISHMENT.-Baden Baden House, facing the ocean. Suites- of Apartments for large or smau families. Terms, moderate. R. CHALK, proprietor.

GEELONG.-BENTS BRITISH DINING ROOMS,

* Kardin la-street. Meals and Beds, ls. each.

LONDON COFFEE-HOUSE. - Good dinners, com

prlslng.soop, m»at, vegetable-, pastry, ls. ,12 UH 3., ICE CREAMS daily, at T. W. FORSTER'S, 400,

George-street, near King-street...._

JMULLENS, Stock and Share Broker, 12, Barrack

» Street._ '

B. TICKLE, Tailor, Draper, Outfitter, and ladies' > riding habit maker, Tem pie of Fashion. 352, George-st. UNCHEON8 daily from 12 till 3 tfciook. City Wine J Vaults, George-ttreet_"

ETUKNKB, Engraver, Lithographic and Copper

s plate Printer, 2G9, George-street, next Squatters»

Exchange.

JC. GLUE, General Labour Agent; 162, Pitt-street

A North. Servants of every description sent to the country._- - . .

ES8KS. J.ond M. EMANUEL, Dentists (established

1842), George-Btreet North, near Hunter-street. ?

MA. HUGHES, Shirt and Underclothing Manufao

, . tnrer. New Buildings, 94 Market-Btreet East.

RS. J. BERNSTEIN, from 290, George-street, Dressmaker and Milliner, No. 4, Abercrombie-place,

George-street.

REMOVED.-Mr. THOA!AS ROWE, Architect, to

400, George-frtreet (Donlton's portrait gallery). ;

§ENKRAL AGENCY.-The undersigned are urepared

to undertake the importing of STOCK, executing NDENTS, ¿to., on the most favourable terms, through their London agent. Mr. J. H. Scott Durbin, a gentleman of to years' experience in these colonies. RAYMOND and CQM Treasury-buildings.

HE UNDER SHINED mn prepares.t» mas» liberal

ADVANCES on PRODUCE consigned to thek friends, If tsars. J. H. Scott Durbin and Co., London.

RAYMOND and CO^ Treasory-balldlngs.

fll EN DE RS REQUIRED for PLASTERING inside of

I a two-storied House, at the Glebe. Apply, JAMBS Wi MAY, Parramatta-street. . '

O CARTERS and LABOURERS.-TENDERS are

lr vlted by the Randwick and Coogee Road Trusts ' for filling up and forming a portion of the main Road near ? St. Jude's Well, Randwick ; also for carling Ballast and' Gravel for repairing the roads. Apply td S. Hi PEARCE Esq., Randwick. ? ? _ J. HINWOOD. secretary.1

RTISTlC Drawings or Residences and VjMra. taken

rKoad at £55"' ' H* BItBES> U***'

HA LP-PKI OB.-Clearing f ont Premises previous to

the arrlval of next mail. The followingEagllsb. >ew*papm-.... , ; .. '.' Home Newr . . Bell's Life

Weekly Dispatch Reynolds's Miscellany

Kejnoíds's Newtpiper Lloyd's Newspaper, «e., fte.

E. FORD, 348, Oeorge-street.

ANNIVERSARY REGATTA - FLAGSHIP. -

Messrs. CUNNINGHAM and HAMPTON beg most respectfully to inform the subscribers and the pabilo gin ei ally, that they have undertaken to supply refresh-

ments on board the Governor-General steamship, which . has been granted by the Australasian Steam Navigation Company to the Regatta' Committee. Snch arrangement« have been made as Messrs. 0. and H. feel assured will be appreciated by those parties who feel disposed to honour them with their patronage ; and further, that no exertions on their part shall be wanting to ensure the comfort and ronvenience of all visitors. Sydney, 24th January.

K1GHTON TEMPERANCE HOUSB, Manly

Beach.-Swings, swines, swings,

NN IVERS ARY DAY.-Sir Joseph Banks' Hotel,

Botany.-Dinner will be served nt a general table, "at a rf dook._ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOl'ANX.-Eiephaut-r

the only one In the colony._

ZOOLOGICAL OAKDENS, BOTAN Ï.-LIONESS

a very large and splendid animal._._~

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTAN Y. - KO YAL

BENGAL TIGER. ?? .. - _ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTAN Y.-GUIZKUY

BEAR-the only one in the colony._ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. - BLACK

BEAR, from the Himalaya Valley-the only one in the colony.

00L0G1CAL GARDENS, BOTANY-LEOPARD,

a very beaotlfol specimen._ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY.-A noble

STAG, from Mauritius. --

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. -Pair Red

Manila Deer. ._ ' ; _ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY.-SIBERIAN

SLEDGE DOG, the only one in the colony.

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTAN Y.-Kangaroos,

Wallabies, Native Dogs and Cata, Squirrels, Ferrets, Gainea Pigs, /co._? ' '?

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY. - EMUS,

male and female, with broods of young ones. - ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BO ÏANY,-White and

Black Swans, Pelicans, Musk Duck._

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY.-Native

Companion, Black Cockatoo (very rare)._

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BOTANY.-The largest

collection in the world of Australian birds, as well as au immense variety of foreign specimens not to be seen elsewhere In the colony._'

ZOOLOGICAL GANDEN», BOTANY.-The whole

collection are exhibited in as nearly Datural a oondi Uition ns their safe custody will permit, pa.-ticnlarly the WBter-fowl, for which the stream running through the gardens affords an nncommon advantage._ nrooLOGiOAL GARDENS, »IR JOSEPH BANKS* A HOTEL. BOTANY, CLOSED ON SUNDAYS.

WV BEAUMONT, proprietor. _ ?

ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY. -DALTON'S Ne sr

Gallery for Artistic Photography is now: OPEN, Portraits taken in all the modern branches of the art. Children's portraits instantaneously. 400. George-street. Q0MET11ING UNUSUAL.-Portraits taken at the Ö English Prices, at the London Saloon, 230, Pitt-st;

AT OTICE.-*"or the convenience of the Public, Masara. JL\ PICKERING and STEWART'S Portrait Rooms will bo open TO-MORROW. Wilsbire-place, Brickfield. hill._;_?

PIANOFORTES, by Bread wood und Sons-Now landing

ex Walter Hood, a shipment of cheap cottage pianos, from the above celebrated honse, with all their modern improvements. W. KING, importer, 71, Markèt ßtreet. - , ? , . _

lANOh'OK'ÍES.-W. KING, Lnpurter, M»k«r, Re

. pairer, and Regulator of Pianofortes, 71, Marketst. KARO'S FULL GRAND.-W. H. PALING, im-

porter of pianos, bas now on hand one of those sjiJendid instruments, with all the latest improvements, together with oblique and cottage ditto, by the same maker. Also, some very superior instruments by Broad- wood, Murphy, Ancher, &c, Instrumental ani vocal muBio, tarp, guitar, and violin strings ia great variety 83, Wynyard-Éqnare, ' ' '

M OsS, Importer of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, and new music by monthly shipment?.' Hunter-street. ALBERT'S ALBUM for I860, and whole, of his . Catalogue. MOSS.Hnnter-slreet.

D'ALBERT'S ALBUM for I860.- J. R. CLARKE,

? 356, George-street. .. ? ?? -T ?

K. KRIEGSMANN has for SALK, a large Coilec

tlon of CLASSICAL CONCERT-MUSIC, ot re- duced prices. Pianoforte Pupils instructcd'atbls'renidence, Leicester-place, 95, Bourke-atreet North, Woolloomooloo.

Y

fl LENTINES.-Storekeepers supplied at tue lowest

prices, at POPE'S, 99. King-street. , '

VALENTINES. - Storekeepers supplied. J. R.

CLARKE. 356. George-street._ COAST CHARTS of, AUSTRALIA; jed need price«.

READING and WELLBANK. Bridge-street.

WRITING TAUGHT in sixteen hours, at Professor

NELSON'S writing academy, No. 42. Hnnter-sU QOPH1SMS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY.-Shortly Ö viii be published, at COST PBICK (estimated at Ss.), SOPHISMES ECONOMIQUES. By Frederick Bastlai Member of the Institute, of France. Translated by the Rev. John Weat Subscribers* nainea (stating Bomber ef copies)

to be addressed J. W..Hs> ALP Office. - .

OW S and Arrows on SALE, at CROUCH'S Bazaar,

542, George-street. .

MILLINER h.' HBADÖ. Millincrb* Heads, at

OBOUCH'S Bawar, S42, George-street.

BALLOONS, Balloons, Balloons, at CROUCH'S

Bazaar, 542, George-street.

LBAKING.'OUT HALE.-Paperhangings, mnst be

? cleared out in one weak ; all then iwaold will be dis- posed of by auction. F. CODNER, 10, New Market shops, George-street. 8ydney. ... . ?-. ,

GK1CKET1NG SHIRTS and BOATING SUI I'S".

_LEWIB (late Fillet). 10, Hnnter-street.

RICHMOND RIVER CBOAK.-A prime CARGO.

Apply to W. WRIGHT, 28, Bathurst-street. .

fllANKS, Galvanised Iron, nil sizes. J. J. ADAMS'

JL Works. 92 and 94, South Head Road._,

ACOTTAGE for »ALE. Apply 42, Riley.-street ; or

PIERCE, news agent, Btanley-st., Woolloomooloo. ARRIA GES. DOGCARTS, SOCIABLES," GIGS, &c.

two and four wheels, of every.description,.to be had at HOLT and ANGUS'S Coach Factory, Castlereagh street. near Park-street, at prices to snit the times.

OR SALE, a quiet PONY, with saddle and bridle. £8

the lot; 402,: Castlereagh- street South.,

FOR SALE, a Forester's REGALIA; complete. Price

£0s. A. MOORE and CO., . Pitt-street.

17\OR SALE, Kay MARE; good" iu light hames», nssd

. to carry a lady. California Inn, Parramatta-street. MR. JOHN ROBERTSON, Coach Builder, Pitt

street Sonth, begs to inform the trade ' and the public generally, that having a large quantity bf coach

materials on haad, he intends selling the same below prime

COSt.

. Bolts, Ss. per gross..

Best japan roans, 6s; 3d. each by the dozen, for covering

dashes and wings.

And all other materials equally cheap.

OOK. HERB, LOOK. HERB. - POULTRY for

ANNIVERSARY DAY-:

. 300 prime .young fowls, at 2s. 6d. each

SOO prime fat young duoks, at 3». 6d. each'

50 prime hen turkeys, at 10s. each

Fat geese, from 6s. upwards. . _

Tobe had at the renowned Pork arid German Sausage Depot, opposite the Violoria Theatre.

: H. CUMMINS, 193. Pitt-street.

|10 PORK BUTCHERS and others-For DI»

. POSAL, a firstîelsss old-established business in the eve line ; position central and commanding.; fitted up in . a very superior style, and replete with every conve-

nience for carrying on-an extensive bu«inoia;. Average, returns, £200 per week. This being a bona fide concern, will bear the strictest scrutiny. Noone need npply with lesa than £500 at eommand. Address BUSINESS, HERALD Office._ . DIGESTIVE DUNNER TABLETS, a most agreeable

? . and efficacious remedy for indigestion, neutralising acidity, expelling flatulence, stimulating and restoring the stomach, and so agreeable to the palate as to be relished by, the most delicate or nervous. persons. To guard against nauseous imitations, each tablet is sUrapsd with the proprietor's hame. Prepared only by SENIOR and ABBOT, family chemists, 262, George-street, opposite

Bank of Australasia.

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