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PARRAMATTA STEAMKRS.

. rgpHE public is respectfully 1»A"ÍM?*\. Jâ inarmed, in cons«queme Jnyip,|a^> of oreo1" I.IIP packets requiring Jsg^^^g? repairs, until further' notice, the Btoaner's wíll run from Parramatta awi quarter boforoß. A.M., ami Sydiuyat hull'pant four, v.M., dßil)'. . , ? '

Sunday* r>" heretofore.

' Kellick's WhatOumnry 13. Ußl

"FIRST VESSEL FOR MORETON

BAY.

."'lU,.:^ r¡TTO suit the convenience ^f^ 'V'V^^v. M. of shippers. »he schooner 1)» SUCHET

&&3Z'J¿£££& will rei eivc goods until noon on Sattirda}. t¡ c 'Juill instant, at which date dil« will positively tittil.

For freight, or passage apply on hoard, to

J. J. IluNTKU, muster ; i>r IO

JAMES DALOAUNO.

])S7 Flour "Wharf; ""FOIÎTMORETON BAY DIRECT.

THE CHAMPION, c-,,^ ^. Captain Colins, detained ?-^lÎVAÎr'*^ for tho'convenience of ship

SA^SBrnH^? per*, will positively »nil This Evening (Wind and weather permitting). '. Has still room for a few ton» of goods, For freight or passage, (accommodât ion* being very good)

apply to . .

" 3 .,. ?-. JOHN MORRIS. \lbii>n*V!iarf. bottom of Murket-'tiei t,

January 18._ 112G FIRST VEHS EL FÖlHll^^üRN B.

Cabin Pa¡">!ifif, inclin)i:i|4 l'<»re, £4 ¡Os, Ste<raj"e ditto, dilto. £2 10s.

NOW LOADING AT THU FLOCK «VOAlT ANY'S ]

WHAIU".

.-Kv rtTUIE well known clipper

JL WILL WATCH, : ^Tf^tí^" St ama, commander, ha» ! -SVaS^^SäS»9 nearly ail her cargo ready to go on board, und will jtosilivchj yo to sea. (weather permití inj;) on Sutr.iday. tho 2(Uh . instant, Tho cabin accommodation of thia Ivessel is very superior, and well found in every

respect. Has only room diaonçaged for three

passengers,

For freight or pissago apply on board ; to

G. THO iNTON,

Custom Mouse; or to E. M. SAYERS,

Port Phillip Packet Office.

: J131 489. George-street.

FIRST VESSEL

FOR MHLBOUKNB AND GEliLONG. j

TI IK KKiiTLAU TRADEN, ,

' "f' H E fine schoon r j

.c^i^Vb .. PETREL. !

¿u-iií^^r, pl'ftr8 nt the Customs on j *^S=?^-¿33S Friday next, has roon» for a few tons ot ^oods ; t wo cabins disengaged. For freight or purnoo apply on board, at the Flour Company's Wharf ; or to

SHEPPARD AND ALGER,

Packet Oilier, 470, George-street

Passengers by this vessel have thc vnusual opportunity of seeing both places, 0381

~ FOR WEELONG,

? WIT!! I.MMKDIATK niîSl'ATCir..

'".^?bv r jp H E Fine Schooner : ftjrat^>'' S MINERVA,

; »Ogjbji^ HOtons. For freight or pas

I^SSt-rtSsa^ sa^e. havintr first-rate p.rcom ; nodation for passengers, applv to

, THOMAS HOVENDEN,

?? M25 Spting-strect.

FOR LAUNCESTON.

' T^iv rF-HE BRIGANTINE ; '^^pSj. MUNFORD,

/ffiaí^W Hayle, master, will have im« í. es&níssssks mediate* der.piteh, and has ; room tur uniy a few ions freight.

For freight or passage apply to the master,

on board ; or to

! GEORGE THORNE AND CO.,

7, Jamison-Btreet.

N. B.-This vessel proceeds direct to the Mauritius from L-uneesioa, und offen« an eli- gible opportunity fir passengers, having a con ' siderablo potten of her car¡{0 on board j her

detention at Launceston will only be a few ! days. 902

] FIRST VESSEL FOR ADELAIDE.

! Av&vk -Tn HE CLIPPER BRIG

»^fi^Sv 1 DORSET,

JXM^^^ 82 t0;i8' Captain Walsh, tisSagesS^ having arrived, will posi- tively natl loi the above port or» Wednesday . next, the 2tth i"Rtnni. For freight or pas

saf-e apply to the Master, on board, at Willis's . Wharf (late Killie's,) ; or to

D. N. JOUBERT,

Lower George-street. January IC 1103 ' THE ONLY VESSEL FOu PORTLAND

BAY l IRECT.

^sfev 'fl^HE fine fast-sailing \i itfrtlw^^s^ * new schooner

'; 7ri^^^ BROTHERS,

\ t-^^r-^fe 80 tons burthen, William j! Doekray, master, will positively sail for the j: abow port on Saturday next, weather permit \- ting. For particulars of freight, or paBSBije [4 apply to the Captain, on beard, at tho Circular

Quay. 1132

\ FIRST VESSEL FOR ADELAIDE;

i? r'P H E fine brig i' 'tf^^X S1R J0HN BÍNG,

h /ly^S^.-r- lf>9 tons. Captain George E. b »ST>,v -r-g-i"^ Levien, can receive anyfreight p ¡mt down by To-morrow evening.

j-; t For frei(;lit oí pusíage iuitnediato application

¡; Î8 neccBsarv to

I SHEPPARD AND ALGER,

! 1127 Packet OiT.cc, 470, George- street.

|| FOR A¥CKL^ND""DIREC'E

?? P'SIHE fine first-class trader

ii ^rf%v A EMMA,

!; -ATJ^:p 135 ton« register. William p 15-~~VT---' .-.-.-j.-- Osborne, commander, will [. have quick despatch, For freight or passage, ri having excellent accommadation, apply to

If SHEPPARD AND ALGER.

;: Packet Office. 470, G eoriíe-street. -í69 j I FOR AUCKLAND. DIRECT.

i' A KKGUL.AR TUAUF.Ii.

í' "~^.4j»v /f-PHE FINE SCHOONER Ï - ^Wms. ?-? DEBORAH,

si] J\*r\\v¿&> A. Bliss, commander, will sail i ^ír'.-t^xSS^i» for the above |.ort on Saturday 1 »ext. Has still room for freight and passen : Rera, for iThich, apply on board, at the Circular

; Whitrf, or to

: V R. T FORD,

; 1063 8, Bridge-street;

FOR MAURITIUS.

; -, THh fast-sailing Al

. "''C'.r.v^ schooner

1 .iM^I/^ TITANIA,

i ' ?':"'.T:. ' ¿£3» 139 tons register, Festing Knight, ; commander, is now ready to .receive cargo. ? and will sail in a week. For freight or passage

I apply to

SMITH AND CAMPBELL; orto

'"Ol GILCHRIST AND ALEXANDER. s FOR~LONDON.

: ,i C ÍV H R fast-sailina; Al i A<fefô% il 1>..rque

'. 3^^iV/ . ARTEMISIA,

... . 658 tonh register, J. P.Ridley, totnmsnder, is now Teady to receive cargo, and Wili have quicît ciespatch. Apply to

FLOWER, SALTIN'ú, AND CO. ;

Orto

GLLCHlUäT AND ALEXANDER January 17, 1130

FOR CALIFORNIA DIRECT,

(THE NEW GOLD COUNTRY)  

The fine fast-sailing      

armed brig  

LOUISA, ,  

182 tons, W. N. Millton, com-

mander.        

This vessel is now ready to receive cargo, and as ehe can only take a limited   quantity of freight, immediate appli- cation is necessary. The rate of freight and passage is the same as charged by any of the vessels on the berth, in addition to which pas-

sengers may rely upon being found with an ample supply of the best provisions.

The Louisa is fitted up in every respect to insure the comfort of passengers. She is well known (having been for several years engaged as a passenger vessel between the Colonies) to be one of the fastest sailers out of this port She is armed. A Surgeon proceeds in the vessel. She presents the most desirable con- veyance for cabin, intermediate, and steerage passengers, proceeding to that delightful country, and for the protection of property.

For freight or passage apply on board, at the Queen's Wharf ; or to

JOHN MACNAMARA.,

Queen-street. Berths vacant for two cabin and six steerage passengers. Shippers and passengers may rely upon the Louisa being the first vessel.

1129

CALIFORNIA.

FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT,

THE A1 BARQUE        

Eleanor Lancaster,     480 tons register, F W   Lodge, Master, to clear out   on Friday next, the 19th, and to sail on Satur- day, the 20th instant. This ship will carry an experienced Surgeon, and sail on the day advertised. No goods will be received on board after Thursday, 18th instant. Passengers and cargo by this ship will be allowed to remain on board ten days after arrival at San Francisco. Apply on board, at the Circular Wharf: or to    

R. TOWNS,

Miller's Point

N.B.-In order to prevent misunderstanding   as to time of sailing, should the above vessel not sail on the day appointed (wind and weather permitting) freight or passage money

will be returned.

Passengers will please pay up the balance of passage money. All accounts against the above vessel to be rendered in duplicate on or before Thursday, 18th instant.   989 R. T.

FOR CALIFORNIA,  

TOUCHING AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS,

THE fine first-class Barque      

VOLUNTEER,    

250 tons Charles Humphreys,   commander, will have imme-     diate despatch. Captain Humphreys' having been for ten years in the service of the Hudson Bay Company, is well acquainted with the entire coast of California: he has frequently   been on the spot where the gold has been dis- covered, and has a thorough knowledge of the Spanish language.        

The cabin accommodation of this vessel is   excellent, as also that for steerage passengers. For freight, which will be taken at the current rate, or passage, apply to        

SMITH, CAMPBELL. AND CO.

January 15. 900

FOR CEYLON.

¿.QT r H 'HE new fast-sailing Al

<Mf\ I brig ,B j

'..^.i'^ TORRINGTON.

- 127 tena register, E. G Hilder, commander, will sail in a few day«. For freight or passage, apply immediatelv to, ? " 928 GILCHRIST AND ALEXANDER.

FOR LONDON. ~

At&K TPSE fine .first-class fast -1/iL'SíK\v -*»- sailing ship

^SUW NIMROD,

vV-r-23Tvi3"w' 469 tons, Robert Atkins, com- mander.- "Tor freight or passage apply to the Captain, on board; to \..

F. EBSWORTH; OB, J. B. METCALFE. '?

January 13. 827

FOR LONDON. ?. ? 1 '

i /¡C Rr ''l^ h E new fast-sailing .^"-.Öiä^&A Al barque

^\MS? BLONDE.

672 tons register, Mark Todd, commander, has a considerable portion of her cargo engaged, and will sail early in February. A;<t)ly to *

FLOWER, SALTING, AND CP. ;

' Orto ' ' - ? . ; - j

958 GILCHRIST AND ALEXANDER.

NOTICE TO PASSENGERS FOR

LONDON.

-'$ïJ£v r'û HE CHEAPSIDE has ^N^^Wv °ne »tern and one aide "'iuSSSr*^ Cabin disengaged. Apply W

?'52«__]£s__ls3 Captain Lewis, on board; or to 696 ; J. B.: METCALFE.'- ;

~ ~ FOR LONDON. ;

FOR PASSENGERS ONLY.

. <|pHE FINE BARQUE V^^A ¿ TRAFALGAR,

^WlM_ Al 628 tons. Walter Wright, v3a»a^5'- Commander, ^haa first-rate

accommodations for CABIN and STBEBAOB

PA88ENOBB8. Carries a burgeon, and sails' po- sitively on the 1st February. Apply to the Captain, on board ; to :

J. B. METCALFE;

OR, TO

ROBERT HOW AND CO. January 8. 441

FOR LONDON. i

To sail positively on the 25th February,

j,(k/. '¡"'HE well-known, fine fast --.fi^tiïS^x «? sailing, frigate-built ship

.^yÖ^ ST. GEORGE, ,

xàJX& 605 ton» O.M., JY>hn Jones, commander, having a great part of her cargo engaged, will sail punctually on the day ad- vertised. Carries an experienced Surgeon.

For freight or passage, having superior cabin and steerage accommodation, apply td the Captain, on board :'to '-'.' '

GRIFFITHS, FANNING* AND CO. ;

Or to ? . >

MONTEFIORE, GRAHAM, AND CO. Spring.strect. December ll. . 9259

_____ . -

.V rai H E A. i BARQUE

; -:^k\ X " W1NSCALBS, ...

'sr -'li.l^ A.. Sproul, Commander, bas her

?^^Zto****-*- dead weight on board, nnóVthé great .bulk of her wool ready, for shipment. For freight er passage apply to '

BROWN AND CO.; or,

LYALL, SCOTr, AND CO. Sydney, January 6. ' 418

TREASURY BILLS.

SPENDERS FOR BILLS will be re-

al ceived at this office every' Monday and Thursday, at noon, until further notice. ! '

Tue tenders must be sealed and in duplioate, marked "Tenders for Bills." '

T. W. RAMSAY,

Dep. Com. Gen.

Commissariat Office, Sydney, 20th September, j

* 7466

SPADES FOR GOLD DIGGERS IN

CALIFORNIA.        

MR. SAMUEL LYONS has for sale

by private contract,

20 DOZEN SPADES, most suitable for, the  

purpose.        

ANNIVERSARY REGATTA, .

' ; 18.9. .

A MEETING of the Committee will XJ* .be held at the Cuatoaa House Hotel, on Friday, tho 19th instant, at three o'oloek

t._t. 1 .- 1

G. MACPHERSON, j 1122, Secretary. I : ' No. 49-26. ~ : ~

Town Clerk's Offioe,

Sydney. January 17,1849. ASSESSMENT OP CITY PROPERTY.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the

'? new Assessment Lists of the. valuation < :ofall;tbe ptoperty. in the various wards of the | city , are no w open at this Office for the inspec- tion of' thé citizens of Sydney, and will sot ie ! main for thirty days from thia date. Any per-

son who may feel himself aggrieved by the ! valuation put upon hi» premises, must lodge his complaint in writing with the Town Clerk,

before the expiration of th6 said thirty days, to j be submitted to the City'Council for their con- i

sideration ; but that after the expiration of | thirty:days from this date no complaint from any citizen shall be reSei-red by the; Town Clerk, or attended to by the Council.

By order of the' Right "Worshipful tbe Mayor,''

JOHN RAB,

1110_' Town Clerk.

EDUCATION.

R. HENRY BROWN, late of the

City < Grammar School, purposes edu eating a limited number of young gentlemen. Thecirclebf inatrnotion will include r. complete course of Latin, Greek, French, and Mathe-

matics, with tba usual branches of an English j education'..' '"'""' . ?' !

TJERMS; (no extras whatever.)

Day pupils, from 16 guineas to 20 guineas per

'annum.'.'..'' ""' ?'.< ' ?

Boarders, 60 guineas per annum.

For the purpose of selection, the number will he limited to ten. Duties to commence on Monday next, January 22.

Hil 216,'Castloreagh.street South, ¡ ' KTNG!S: SCHOOL, PARRAMATTA.* THE " King's School Annual Dinner,"

will take place on THURSDAY, the 26th instant, at Nash's He tel, Parramatta, at 7 P.M. Tho former pupils of the Rev. Robert I Forrest, as Well as other friends of the above

institution, may obtain'tickets at one guinea i.eaoh,on application to .

WILLIAM LUM8DAINB,

Honorary Secretary. 639, Lower George-street,

Sydney, January 17. 1106 ~ :- NEW SONG,

"Wltit YOU LO VB' ME THEN A3 HOW?"

Price 2».

nj^Q be had at all the principal j

Si stationers and music sellers ; also at the j 1 publisher's, G. HODSON, Pitt- street.

" This very charming, song is decidedly one |

of the most successful of the season. It con- veys a sentiment whioh comes,home to every heart. ' The melody is strikingly beautiful, and

is within the range bf moat voices. The words j

are touching in ' the extrême. When ' sung

with expression this ballad cannot fail of being j very effective."-Illustrated landon Newt .1114

REGATTA.

BO AT FOR SALE.

HT O BE SOLD, a good sound 5 ton or I Í third class-sailing Boat, coppered and coppered-faatened, with, sails, anchor, dingy,

j Sc., and ready for immediate. use. Apply to j

Mr, JOHN ELVINS, near the Gas Wharf, or to Mr. THOMAS KBIQHTXET,' Watchmaker, 686, j Lower George-street. " ' ' 1147

.io HOL^ÊRTS^ÔFALLOTMRNTS ON

THE RIVER HASTINGS:

WINNERS of Allotments in the late

Bank Lottery, On the above named river or its neighbourhood, desirous of disposing of them, rr ay find a purchaser by addressing a latter,' post-paid, slating particulars, &c" Seo., to R, B , 201, Elixabeth-street North. 1108

~ ARRIVALS.T

MRS. F. SHEA, of O'Connell-street,

NEXT THE CLUB HOUSE, begs to inform parties recently arrived in the colony, that she can accommodate them with first-rate board and residence.

. The house ia situate within one minute's walk of all the wharfs, and in the immediate

I vicinity of the public offices.

P.S.-A phaeton and; pair kept on the pre- mises. 1160

TO MAST, BLOCK, AND PUMP

- MAKERS.

THE undersigned feeing about to re

' tire from tbe above line of business, is

I "wijling to dispone of the «ame for a - moderate j consideration, together with the remaining

stock ' bf blocks, an excellent turning lathe, and tools for carrying oh the mast and block department, with the " good-will thereof and the choice of leasing house and shop from 12th April, 1849. The premises have a good water frontage in Commercial Bay. For further Information apply to

: THOMAS RUSSELL,

' Mast and Blockmaker,

Fort-street, Auckland, New Zealand. N.B.-This is a good opportunity for one or two young men desirous of becoming! pos- sessed of an independent business ; all in- formation will be afforded to the purchaser aa to the woods pf the country, ftc;, &c 1106 THE BOILING-DOWN ESTABLISH ; MENT AT DU ITON'S POINT, ON

VIVE DOCK,

IS now ready to receive STOCK, and is

capable ot' uoiling-down 60 BULLOCKS or I 600 SJIBEP, daily.. Terms, 8s. for Cattle, and

8d. for SHBBP. .

i Apply to CHARMS ABEBCROMBIE, Five

Dock ; or to

CHARLES YOUNGER,

476, George-street.

January 17. ' 1116 , SPANISH SILVER ONIONS AND

GARLIC.

2TONS of the above superior Onions

on sale, in quantities to suit purchasers.

; Also,

A quantity ot new Spanish Garlic.

S. ELLIOTT.

Shipping Dépôt,

1128 Lower George-street.     NAILS AND AXES FOR CALIFORNIA

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT         BY        

MR. SAMUEL LYONS,  

A SMALL Invoice of best Nails, well

assorted, comprising

Patent nails          

Lath, shingle

Flooring brads

Home nails, spikes, and

Fine brads.

Also,    

30 Dozen falling axes, Nos. 2 and 3. 1124

THE undersigned will make advances

on Wool and other Colonial Produce, consigned to their friends in London.

9949 LYALL, SCOTT., AND CO.

MR. J. RENATEAU having lived for

five years in Spain, during which time he was engaged in general trade, and being well acquainted, with their customs, monies, weights, and measures, offers his services to patrons intending to ; proceed to California.   Mr. R. could also give lessons in the Spanish language to parties proceeding thither. Terms enclosed, by addressing Mr. J. RENATEAU, Meillon's Chippendale Hotel. 1113    

¡TTTrOB.SE for Salé, good in. single and JLJL double harness, or work in a dray, quiet to rids or drive, warranted ot the best description ; a trial will be given. Likewise, a stanhope and denet gig; to be seen at W. ROJIB'B, coach builder, George-street. 1165 Victoria, by tho. grace of God of the' United

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of tike Faith &c, &c, &o.

'lo the Widow (if any) and to tho next of

kin of Thomas Kerr late of Muscle Brook in the colony ot New South Wales gra-

zier deceased, GREETING

WHEREAS it hath been represented

. unto , eur Supreme Court of New South Wales by the proctor of Henry Dangar a creditor of the said deceased that the said Thomas Kerr lato of Muscle Brook grazier de- parted this life on or about the first day ot Decem- ber in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight (having at the time of I his death goods chattels and.credits in the co-

lony aforesaid j intestate we do therefore here- by peremptorily cite you and each of you to appear personally . or by your proctor duly constituted before our said Court at the Court House King-street Sydney on the first day of February in the year of dur Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine ac the hour of ton o'clock in the forenoon of the same day and there to abide if occasion shall' require during the sittings of the said Coutt and then and there to accept or refuBO letters of adminis- tration of all and sinaular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased or otherwise to show sufficient cause if you or either of you have or know any why the seme should not be com- mitted to the said Henry Dangar a creditor of the said deceased on giving sufficient seourity and further to do and receive M to law and justice shall appertain under pain of such letters of administration being granted to the Bald Henry Dangar os a creditor of the said

deceased.

Witness the Honorable Sir Alfred Stephen

Knight our ' Chief Justice of our said Court of New South Wales at iilydnej this twelfth day of January A D. 1E149..

: G. P. F. GREGORY, (L.S.) :

Registrar of tho Supreme Court THURLOW AND GRANT,

Pro nots for the Baid Henry Dangar,

314, Pitt-street, Sydney, 81? MONEY,--Í6500, £400, and £300

ready to be advanced on city property or, ita vicinity, on mortgage at the usual rate o interest, for a term of years if required --Panies-may ipply.at-ihe- office of. Mr.. HA* WARD, 88, King-street, Sydney. 11 li

TO BE LENT on real security, the

sum of Two Hundred Pounds. Apply to WESTMORE AND DAINTRY, 655, George-Street   Sydney. 1123  

MORTGAGE.   WANTED, the sum of Four or Five

Hundred Pounds, on seourity of pro- pert y of ample value, in the neighbourhood of Sydney. Apply to Mr. ELLIOTT, Solicitor, 28   Hunter-street, Sydney. 112  

WANTED, a person as Clerk or

Business Man. Reference for honesty

and sobriety will be required. Also, à Stable Man or Groom who understands his business Apply to ISAAC STANSFIELD, Butcher, Bathurst

street.

Sydney, January 17. 116 TO DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS.

Wanted, an assistant to the drapery   business: to save trouble, none but good trades- men need apply. Apply to JOHN HORDERN Nottingham House, Charlotte-place. . 1H WANTED, an Assistant in a Country

Store ; a young man of sober, steady habits, possessing some knowledge of tl drapery and grocery trades, and willing

make himself generally useful. Testimonia as to character and capabilities required. A] sly st thc establishment of H. COHEN and So Lower George-street. lot

WANTED, a sober active Man ;

Waiter. Testimonials of character ai ability requited. Enquire at GILL'S Hoti Pitt-street, between the hours of 10 and forenoon. . U WANTED.--A man accustomed

the general work of a store. Apply GEOEOB EVAHS, NO. 182, Pitt-street, ne Pfcrk-street. ll

IM/ANTED, a respectable female

? genetal house servant. Apply to MJ HORDERN, Nottingham House, Charlotte-plat _: ii WANTED, a Married Couple, witho

incumerance, as servants in a sm family residing on the North Shore. App to Mrs. MARTINS, St. Leonard's, North Sho:

January 17. ll

WANTED, a Man and Woman, eith

single persons or a married couple, do the work of a small family between the Apply to Mrs. L. MYLES, Myles's Buildini Cumberland-street North. 9

OVERNESS-Wanted, by a youl

lady, (a pupil of the Misses Deani s situation in a respectable family; .she competent to instruct in the general routi I of an English Education, with Musio a 1 French, Address, post-paid, M. C., Hen

Office. ll

WANTS to be engaged as an Appre

tice, to a Chemist and Druggist, So citor. Bookseller, or any other respectable li of business, the Advertiser Apply to C ? PENNY, Chemist. George-Btreet. 8

RESPECTABLE Female, just Í

rived, wishes for a situation as Daii maid. Apply to R. D., Herald Office. 11

ANTED, by a respectable you . v ? . mani a situation in town or count as assistant in a storeior'any business wh< he could make himself useful-can write a gc hand, and is well versed in accounts. Sall no object. Address W. G. J., at Mr. Brant t?91. Lower George-street, ll

rg^O LET, a First-floor and Kitch«

A furnished or unfurnished, in a pleasi situation in George-street, near Park-sire For particulars enquire of J. CUBBY, Ai tioneer,.&c" George-street. .'. li TO BE LET, the House in Jamiso

street, No. 2, of the Australian Collei buildings. Apply to Mr. D. M'PHBUS opposite. ! 9!

TO LET, & cottage in Prince-strc

now in the occupation of Csptain Ba euanatb. For particulars apply to WILLI WALXHR and Co., Fort-street. . (

TO LET, the Cottage situate i

O'Connell-street, presently in the ott pation of Mr. J. H. Eccleston, Apply to 1 J. SMITH, Solicitor. ï

rïPO LET, with immediate possessi fi. a House in Windmill-street, two dc from Kent-stteet, containing five comfort! rooms, with detached kitchen, and command a good view of Darling Harbour. Apply

the Herald Office.

O BE LET, that delightfully sitr^

cottage, at Potts Fohn, lately occ,( by Thomas Brown, Esq. Apply tc But ¿ir» Co.

G«orge-Btreet, January U.

TO LET, patt of those premises now

occupied by J. Cuiby. opposite the Police Office, George-street. For ' particulars apply on the premises.

N.B.-For sale, an English-built Carriage, very little used, and suitable to parties re Biding in the country; cost £130, price £15. To be Been on the premises above. 1013

- ? TQ LErj7 - ~

FIRST-RATE BUSINESS PREMISES AND PRIVATE ]

RESIDENCE.

MR. CHARLK8 NEWTON

Ie instructed by Mrs. Binnie to treat with a |

respectable party as tenant for

THE HOUSE AND SHOP in which J

«he ut present carries on the saddlery business on Brickfield-hill. It is admirably adapted for the

DRAPERY TRADE,

being quite new, and built in the most sub-

stantial manner. The shop is large, behind I which is an excellent dining-room and kitchen. The yard is on a level with the shop, and could

at a triflirg expense be added to it. The j private apartments consist of a large drawing room on the first floor, well adapted for a mil-

linery show-room ; there are six large and [ airy bed-rooms, commanding extensive views

ot the Glebe, Botany, and Surry Hills. The I yard is roomy, arid in it is a wash-house, atore, bakery, and atable, with an excellent supply of first-rate water. 697

rpO BE LET, that desirable residence, 5 York House, situated in "William-street, Woollobmooloo, lately occupied by Mr. William Knight. For particulars apply to THOMAS HALL and Co,, No. 146, Castlereagh-street.

128

TO LET, Ash Grove Cottage, Water-r

view Bay, Balmain, at twenty-four hours' notice. Apply on the premises, or to Mr. A. Gray, Balmain. 990

~ CAMPBELLTOWN.

STORES AND PRIVATE RESIDENCE.

TO BE LET, those first-rate Stores,

at present in full trade by the Proprietor, situated in the main street, Campbelltown, opposite Mr. Kendall's steam mill,' and front ing the only inlet.to the town from the adja- cent populous and agricultural districts of Appin, Menangle, Narr ellan, and Camden, therefore the most central position for a etpre in this fast improving township ; besides, the daily influx of people to the steam mill render» it beyond a doubt a most luorative place for any person with a moderate capital to establish a general store, with certainty in a few years of realizing an independence.

The premises consist of a shop, neatly fitted up with counters, shel <es, and glass cases; parlour, dining and bed rooms, with two rooms

in Mítica, detached kitchen, store, and shed, convenient yard, garden, and paddock.

To a respectable tenant rent will be moderate Possession may be had early in February. For further particulars apply (if by letter post- paid) to the proprietor,

JOHN SHEAHAN.; Campbelltown, January 12.

N.B.-J. 8. invites all persons having claims on him to forward the same for payment; and requests those persons Indebted to him by pro- missory notes, open accounts, Ssc-, &o., will favour him with an early settlement._902

~~SÀLES BY AUCTION. ~._

FURNITURE, HARNESS, ftc.

MR. W. G. MOORE

ILL sell, THIS. MORNING,

. Al-ll o'clock, .

AT THE LABOUR BAZAAR, rlTT-STREET, ' A variety nf household Furniture. . Double tei nf car. is¿.e harness . ,

Blister steel ^ . ¿ : > lion pols . - 3 Casks cop..ern»

And a vane') of sundries 1159 SALK OF DRAPERY GOODS.

MR. CHARLES NEWTON

HAS received instructions to sell by

auction, at his Rooms,

ON FRIDAY NEXT, JANTARY 19,

At ll o'clock,

The undermentioned assortment of really

choice drapery. Three bales flannels

Two ditto white sheetings Two ditto 10-4 blankets Three cases fancy prints

Two ditto coloured Orlean cloths One ditto ditto.Coburgs

Two bales 9-8 navy blue prints One ditto 6-4 ditto ditto

Two ditto heavy Scotch twill One ditto fine regatta shirting

One ditto huckabacks and diapers Two cases drab moleskin One ditto white ditto

Two bales diaper rugs

Three cases fancy wool shawls

Two ditto rich bandannas, corahs, ducapes,

romalls, &c.

Two ditto Tuscan bonnets Two ditto Dunstable

Two ditto boys' and men's Dunstable and Tus-

can hats

One ditto 6-4 to 8-4 figured nets, for mantles One ditto lace goods

One ditto fancy r"'bbons

TO HATTERS.

Three cases boys' fancy caps

Two ditto men a blue and black navy caps,

very superior

One ditto horse hair caps

One ditto gimps and fringes Sis ditto black Paris hats One ditto drab beaver

Two ditto drab moleskin trousers One ditto rich satin vests One ditto blouses

One ditto fancy tweed coats

One bale heavy 8cotch twill shirts Two ditto ditto striped ditto One ditto blue serge ditto

Two cases cotton and India-rubber braces One ditto blue cloth jackets

One ditto black and blue cloth trousers Two balea pilot coats One. ditto pea ditto

One ditto Keney drawers

One ditto scarlet and striped caps One case oilcloth tablecovers One ditto Dover knives.

! ' Terms at sale. 1134

W

TO SADDLERS, UPHOLSTERERS, AND COACH

BUILDERS.

ENAMELLED HIDES, HAIR SEATING,

AND CARRIAGE LACE, MR. CHARLES NEWTON

Will sell by. auction, at his Rooms,

ON FRIDAY NEXT, JANUART JO,

At ll o'cloek precisely,

6ENAMELLED HIDES, for coach

covering

6 Japanned ditto, for collara 6 Ditto ditto, for dashboards

1 Piece hair seating, each 16, 17, 18 inches An assortment of gimps, lace, and furniture 8 Leather travelling bag« 12 Best hogskin saddles.

These goods will be sold at ll o'clock pre- cisely.

Term» at sale. 1135

RETIRING FROM bt'SINESS.

ftí I. CHARLES NEWTON

IS instractd. by Mrs. Binnie to sell by

auction/ ^ au early day, of wbicti due notice willer en, \ . . \ \ ?'

The who} '?', ter superior stock of ; Hunting an>3 .-c sadd les j

¡ Harm se, whips, trees, girths, collar cloth, ¿nd Q the usual materials required for tho trade.'

Y .Mr. Newton is also authorised to state that '* irs. Binnie will sdi tba stock at less tbnnüöst. j¿ ice for the next fortnight, after which it will

' oe ^old by auction. ; X , 898

TO DRAPERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND SHIPPERS

TO CALIFORNIA.

40 PACKAGES SLOPS, DRAPERY,

AND FANCY GOODS.

MR. J. RICKARDS

Has received instructions to sell by auction, at

his Rooms, George-street,

THIS DAY, JANUARY 18,

At ll o'clock,

HpHE undermentioned assortment of I

-B- Slops, Linen and Woollen Drapery, and

useful Fancy Goods, &c. :

1 CBBO rich printed muslin dresses 2 cases 5 4 Swiss plate prints 1 case 7-8 navy blue printB

2 biiles 27 striped cotton ticks

2 bales fancy regatta shirtings

1 bale heavy stiiped Florentine

1 case 36 IcmgclothB and shirtings

2 bales 80 and 32 inch grey calicoes

1 casi 8-4 and 10-4 linen damasks 2 cases brown hollands

I ca..e3-4 and 4-4 bird's-eye diapers 1 case bleached and brown drills

2 cases assorted jaconet, mull, corded, and

Nainsook muslins

1 case harness, book, and striped window mus-

lins

1 case 8-4; fancy corded petticoats, and plain

and checked crenoline, for linings

1 csse summer shawls, in striped Cashmere,

Llama, Barege de soie, and Shetland

jl case hosiery, viz., women's black and white

cotton, men's worsted hose and Bocks, cotton night cap», Grecian boots, double end braces, merino shirts, &c. .

2 cases woollen tweeds and doeskins 1 bale flannels

'2 bales striped cotton shirts

1 bale heavy Scotch twill shirts, double

stitched and binders

1 cBBe white shirts, linen collars, &c.

1 bale navy and military duck trousers I bale fancy buckskin trousers

1 bale California and Young England coats 2 bales gambroon and cashmere coats 2 trunks navy cloth caps 1 trunk boyB' fancy caps 1 bale linen drill trousers

2 bales linen drill coats and jackets

1 bale satin, valentia, and. toilenet waistcoats

The above goods will be sold without the least reserve, and are well adapted for the Cali-

fornian market.

Terms liberal, at sale. 1016 TUSCAN AND DUNSTABLE STRAW

BONNETS AND HATS.

MR. J. RICKARDS is instructed to

sell,

THIS DAY,

By public auction,

At ll o'clock,

At his Rooms. George-street,

1 Case select and fashionable Tuscan, pearl

straw, and Dunstable bonnets, from " Vysu's"

I Case children's Dunstable and Tuscan straw

hats.

Terms at sale. 1149

HEAVY 8-4, 9-4, AND 10-4 WITNEY

BLANKETS.

MR. J. RICKARDS will sell by

auction,

THIS DAY,

At ll o'clock,

At his Rooms, George-street,

Three bales heavy Witney Blankets, manu

fac;ured to order.

Terms at sale« U4S

TOWN END'S HATS AND CAPS.

TO HATTERS AND DRAPERS.

MR. R. FAWCETT will sell by

public auction, at his Commercial Sale Rocms, George-street,

THIS DAY, JANUARY 18,' At 11 o'clock precisely,

Four cases of the very best quality, con-

sisting of

Gents' super broad brim fashionable beaver

hats

Ditto fine fashionable drab merino hats Ditto ditto black ditto ditto Ditto ditto Polka Paris hats

Ditto ditto Paris hats, polka tips Ditto ditto ditto merino brims Ditto ditto ditto velvet ditto

Ditto extra super ditto ditto ditto Ditto broad brim Angola hats

Ditto super drab Paris velvet nap hats Ditto ditto ditto black brims

Boys' fine cloth caps, very superior

Men's and boys' ditto military ditto, very

superior

Ditt. ditto ditto navy ditto, very superior Boys'fine horse hair caps Black gossamer caps

Boys' Paris Sydney hat3

Ditto Prince Albert, with plumes Ditto ditto ditto ditto drab

Ditto drab felt hats, summer silk velvet

Girls' black beaver bonnets, with plumes Angola bonnets, summer fashionable

Terms at sale. 942

DRAPERY GOODS.

JUST LANDED.

MR. R. FAWCETT will sell by

public auction, at his Commercial Sale Rooms, George-street,' .

THIS DAY, JANUARY 18, At ll o'clock precisely, Gent's white shirts, very superior Gent's fancy regatta shirts, ditto Heavy Scotch twilled shirts, ditto Blue serge shirts, all wool .

Men a drab moleskin trousers, all kinds Heavy drab moleskins '

Fancy dress and madder prints 7-8 and 9 8 navy blue prints

Men's navy and military oloth oaps Boy's oloth and velvet caps

White super shirting, and sheeting calicoes Grey ditto and sheeting ditto

Men's brown and white half-hose Women's white cotton hose

Ladies', white and coloured stays

Childrens' white and coloured sooks

White, black, and coloured reel cotton Whit9 tape» and hocks and eyes, &o.

Terms at sale. 1030

4873 SHEEP FOR SALE,

WITHOUT; RESERVE.

With the unexpired.-.Lense of 900 Acres of

purchased land .called Dryburgh, in the district of Carcoar, about seventy miles from Goulburn, with a Run adjoining for 12,000 Sheep.. . ?"'?;-"J

MR. R. FAWCETT

HAS received positive instructions to

sell by'public auction, to the highest bidder, athis Commercial Sale Rooms, George

street,

ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 20,

"At 12 o'clock precisely,

THE roiitowrNG- strmtioR LOT OS SHEBP,

Consisting of

661 Ewes,.18 months old 67* ditto, '2 years old

! 1259 ditto, 3; to 4 years old ' 548 ""ditto? «ged

864 Wethers*.IB months old : 592 ditto,, ii, years old .

2?Q¿ ditto, ïuU mouthed

54 Ranuof ages.

LAKBa U^bBB SIX MONTJI3 GIVEN IN.

The sheep ate aound, and the wool realised i the highes^ piico ,last season, and this year's

clip will ba sold on tho same day.

Iill'ROVKKENTS, WiilÇU WILL'BE GIVEN IN, 'öonsi8t'.of'a!l!^^gc'i:'§öod Garden, Kitchen, Hut*, StanleyWool8hed,,Cu!tivation Paddock, Bush Paddock, Stockyard, &c , &c. There is a neve.r.fpiii^g.-supply pf excellent water,

i .The fallowing 'articles to be taken at a valu- ion :-4feunóokí dray and bullocks, ' hurdles, ;b'iy,V^h«t¿^íoY^

' Fuiîuôï-pa«î»!iU?iû'S <iáü , bc obtained by ap- plying to the auctioneer.

. ..;.i:\::;'.;,;Tetm»;ntB»Je. ;x 486

R. J. CURBY will sell by auc-

tion, at Iiis Rooms, George-street, opposite thu Police Office,

THIS DAY,

At eleven o'clock,

Three trunks of shirts, trousers, waistcoats, coat«, ship hammock, washstand, and numerous other articles suitable for partieB going to Ca- lifornia or any other part of the world, WITH-

OUT RESERVE.

N.B.-A Square Pianoforte for sale, cheap.

:_ 1136

OILMAN'S STORKS.

WITHOUT RESERVE.

TO SHIPPERS. STOREKEEPERS, AND

OTHERS.

JOHN G. COHEN will sell by auction,

at his Rooms, 490, George-street,

THIS DAY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18,

At eleven o'clock precisely,

The following assortment, ex Catherine Ja-

mieson :

6 Cases 1 lb. double super mustard

12 Ditto 1 lb. ditto mustard ?????>

6 Ditto A lb. double super mustard , ; 12 Ditto I lb. mustard

8 Ditio * to 10 lb. tins ditto

2 Ditto 6 to 3 lb. tins cayenne pepper 2 Ditto 6 dozen oz. phialo ditto

2 Ditto 1 dozen quarts curry powder

8 Ditto 28 lbs. finn indigo blue - *- - 4 Ditto each 66 ibu. 2 oz. servants' ft ¡end

EX ST. GEORGE. ' .

22 Cases 2 dozen 1 lb. mustard

22 Ditto 3 ditto i lb. ditto

6 Ditto 4 ditto 10 lb. tinB loose ditto 24 Dozen 3 ditto each assorted sauces 2 Ditto 1 ditto quartB, curry powder 2 Ditto 26 ditto 1 os. cayenne

2 Ditto 6 ditto 3 lb. tins ditto . 4 Ditto each 56 lbs., servants' friend

EX AVEST INDIAN.

10 Casks basket salt

1 Cask jams, 2 oases herring paste 3 Cases half-pint capers 3 Cases Spanish olives 1 Ditto liquorice

6 Casks American pork.

Teims at sole. 1033

IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE.

BIRMINGHAM AND WOLVER-

HAMPTON GOODS.

TO SHIPPERS TO THE ISLANDS, CALIFORNIA,

STOREKEEPERS, IRONMONGERS, . AND OTHERS.

JOHN G. COHEN will sell by

auction, at his Rooms, 490, George

street,

ON FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 19,

At half-past ten o'clock precisely.

The. following useful selection of Goods,

via. :

One cask patent and police lanterns, toilet

baths, block tin saucepans, candle boxes japanned candlesticks, egg coddlors, obbry, ventilators

One cask japanned basins, jugs, office racks,

patent filterers, lamp heads, petticoat lampB, candlesticks, coal vises, bottles, curis, toilet pails, wine strainers, baths, toilet covers, date boxes

One cask japanned tea caddies, patent coffee

pots, toilet baths and pails, jugs with covers, tea kettle and stand, oval plated top teakettles, black ink chests,

cheese toasters

One cask bronze tea kettles on stands, jelly

moulds, paste cutters, patty pans, dust pans, coffee urns, bronze

Two bundles best CY Canada patent blued

forks

One cask coal vases, foot pans, coffee pots,

block tin teapots, block tin saucepans

and tea kettles

One cask japanned lanterns, lanterns, nursery'

lamps, coffee filterers, bonnet boxes, tobacco boxes, block tin saucepans,

canisters

One cask painted cups, canisters, spittons,

toilet cases, baths, candlesticks

One cask japanned blackjacks, bread baskets,

snuffers and sandwich trays, tea cad- dies, beer jugs and covers, strong

Waterloo coal hods

One cask best fluted dish covers, double

block

One cask rosewood and mahogany desks,

dressing cases, inkstand and folio covers, fire screens, beautifully painted, bronze urns, toddy kettleB on stand, baskets, racks, pen trays, oval dish covers, 9 to

18 inches

One case superior gothic shape best black trays One cask rim locks, best furniture chest and

padlocks, extensive assortment of chest handles, Norfolk latches

One cask fine ward rim lacks, brass case ditto,

mortice ditto, back flaps and butt hinget*, crab wrenches, bolts and latches, Bramah's brass box locks, - paper fire screen, with stand beautifully orna-

mented

Orie cask Foster's P. and Crown hoes.

Terms liberal <- at sale.

Iggg* In consequence of the numerous lota the sale will commence precisely at tho time named, and will be continued each suc- ceeding day until the whole of the goods are

sold._ 1034

SPLENDID JEWELLERY, GOLD AND SILVER

WATCHES, SILVER AND PLATED AVARE, CHRONOMETERS, MATHEMATICAL AND SUR- GICAL INSTRUMENTS. &C, &C, &C. .

MR. A. POLACK has received in-

structions to dispose of by public auction, without the least reserve, the whole of THE STOCK-IN-TRADE OF G. BROCK

STAYN AND CO.,

Jewellers and silversmiths, Pitt-street, on

FRIDAY NEXT,

At eleven o'clock, Consisting of

Gold and silver lever Watches Ditto ditto vertical ditto

Ditto ditto horizontal ditto

And a variety of new. and second hand ditto

CLOCKS.

Eight-day hall clocks, musical ditto, pedestal

dino, and a great variety of now inventions just imported.

JEWELLERY.

Splendid diamond vins, rings, and brooches,

gold guards, ladies' neck chains, brequets, and Albert chains, bracelets, earrings, most splendid patterns, gold and silver snuff- boxes, ditto ditto thimbles, and every other article under the above head, including gold and silver pencil cases, wedding rings, town

made.

CHRONOMETERS,

Just imported, and made by the most eminent

makers,

PLATE AND FLATED WARE.

Salvers, tea and coffee sets, egg stands, cruet

(rames complete, a great variety, candle- sticks, snuffers and trays, soup and eaaco ladles, table, gravy, dessert, egg, salt, and mustard spoons, racing cups, and mugs,

bu'ier and cheese knives, table and dessert

forks.

MUSICAL »OXES,

A great variety, and ju»t landed,

j TELESCOPES.

MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS. SEXTANTS.

QUADRANTS.

THEODOLITES.

BAROMETERS. .

And « large qucn-.ity of surveying and surgtoal

instruments.

SPECTACLES.

Goggles, oyo preservers, gold and silver spec-

tacle», eye and opera glasses, &c, &c &o.

WATCHMAKERS' MATERIALS. F

Consisting of glasees, tools of every description

in tho iradé¿ - _

Mr. Polack has received instructions from the proprietor* to dispose of the whole of the "tock-U-trade. on the premises, (wi.h a large rarity of new good» just imported) without any reserve. The salo to commence on ir.day, the 19th, and to be continued/ Monday."2nd, Tuer4*v ¡¿3rd, until the whole is completed.

. . ' . Terms at sale. 1121

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