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For Sydney.

HUE STEAMER

" SHAMROCK,"

G. Gilmore, commander, will leave the Queen's AVharf, To-morjow, (Satur- day,) at noon, direct for the above port.

For freight or passage, apply to

H. A. SMITH,

Market-square Melbourne,

July 30, 1847.

For Adelaide and the Mauritius.

T

^HE fine copper fastened brig

". SKERNE,"

Al 1, 121 tons, to sail in all Au- gust, has room for about 50 tons. Early application is necessary, as she will not wait for freight on her return from Hobarton, having 130 tons en- gaged.

For freight or passage, apply to

MORTIMER & SON.

July 27, 1847.

N. B.-As one of the firm will proceed in the vesiel, any confidential or agency business will be undertaken and executed with fidelity.

BUGLASS & PALGRAVE,

tButlewf, -ôuïflt'tal installment,

AND

Trues Makers,

COLLINS - STREET,

MELBOURNE.

BAND P. beg leave to i h form the Medi

. cal profession, and the public generally, that tbey have commenced business in the above line, and are ready to manufacture, to order, any articles of the above description.

B. & P. respectfully solicit a trial : and they may state that one of their firm v>as, for many years, connected with one of the first establish- ments in England, Messrs. Brown & Son, cutlers to her Majesty, and from his thorough knowledge of the business, customers may rely on having

their orders executed to their satisfaction. Collins-street,

Melbourne, July 29,1847.

B§jT Observe I-Immediately opposite Messrs.

Gregory, Ironmongers.

RUPTURES.-BUGLASS & PALGRAVE beg leave to call the attention of the public to

their

Patent Lever Trusses,

which they manufacture to order. These trusses ?re far different and much more preferable to the generality of trusses, being worn without a spring, and fitting the person so as not to be perceivable, whilst those made on the old principle ¡nive springs, and are altogether very clumsy, besides being injurious on account of the corroding of the springs, which takes place in a short time. They can be forwarded to any part of the country, by the parties forwarding the circumference of the body two inches below the hip. An

UMBILICAL TRUSS, on the same principle.

Suspensory Bandages, of every description, made to order.

paid.

Wanted.

To Sent or Purchase.

COUNTRY INN. Apply to F. Horn blower, Collins-itreet ; it by letter post

Wanted,

A SECURE GRASS PADDOCK, within

a short distance of Melbourne, capable of feeding 100 mares during the season, with suita- ble stockyard and stable for an entire Horse.

Apply personally, or by letter, (post paid) to

PETER YOUNG,

Auctioneer. Melbourne,

23rd July, 1847.

Shipwrights -Wanted.

WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Six Ship-

wrights. None but good workmen need apply.

Apply at the Mefoourne jlrgus office.

WANTED-By a respectable man, a situa-

tion as a Working Overseer on a sheep station. Salary not so much an object as to obtain Colonial experience.

APPly» by letter, to A. B. C, (post paid) at

thi« office.

July 15, 1847.

WANTED-An experienced NURSE

MAID.

Apply at the Office of this paper. July 28, 1847.

WANTED, in a respectable family, a SER-

VANT GIRL, about fourteen years of age. For address apply at the Argus office.

July 30, 1847.

TO MERCHANTS, AUCTIONEERS, AND

OTHERS.

THE advertiser, who is perfectly familiar

wiih the general routine duties of a mer- chant's or auctioneer's office, and competent to undertake the keeping of the books of a mercan- tile establishment, ¡3 desirous of obtaining an eli- gible situation.

The most satisfactory references as to character and ability can be given.

Apply to R. F., at the MiXBOurtNE Argus

Office.

w

mr. Brickwood's School

ILL re-open on MONDAY NEXT. Melbourne, July 29th.

"SARACEN'S HEAD,"

0REAT BOURKE-8TREET,

Opposite the Golden Fleece,

MELBOURNE.

R. THRELKELD

(Late of the " Bird-in-Hand," Little Flinders

street,)

BEGS to inform his numerous friends and

the Public that he has taken those exten- sive and newly erected premises, opposite the Golden Fleece, Great Bourke-street, and known

as the

SARACEN'S HEAD.

R. T. in soliciting public patronoge, begs to state that he has fitted up the above premises in first-rate style ; that he has spared neither pains nor expense to enable him to do so ; and that no- thing shall be wanting on his part to give general

satisfaction.

TO BUSHMEN

and others visiting Melbourne, the above Inn holds out every advantage ; to Bushmen and Settlers in particular, who having business to transact with the principal Stock Agents in town (Messrs. Kirk 4c Co., and Messrs. Mickle and Lilburne,) will find that his Inn being in the immediate vicinity of their marts, (not one mi- nute's walk from either,) oflers to them a rare opportunity to meet with every accommodation ; and with respect to his

SLEEPING APARTMENTS,

(which ore under the care of efficient female do- mestics,) he further begs to state that they are furnished with every requisite, so that Bushmen may, after the fatigues of a long journey, meet with every comfort that can be afforded in Mel-

bourne.

In conclusion he has only further to add, that he has laid in a very extensive and choice selec-

tion oi

WINES, SPIRITS, Sec &c.

which he pledges to be equal to any sold in Mel- bourne ; and from his long experience in the above line, it will be his chief study to afford every attendance to those who may patronise

him-so as to secure a continuance of their favors.

Xiuncheons

Provided at a moment's notice.

Soups always ready from twelve to

three o'clock daily.

CHARGES VERY MODERATE.

MR. PETIîR YOUNG,

FORMERLY Land Steward for the Marquis

of Breadalbane, afterwards Experimental Farmer and Land Steward for A. Speirs, Esq , of Elderslie, M P. for Richmond, subsequently Superintendent of the Government Domain Farm in \ran Diemen'» Land, and latterly Superin- tendent of the extensive Sheep, Cattle, and Hor«e Stations belonging to Messrs. J. and W. Macar- thur, of Camden, New South Wales, to whom he also acted in the capacity of Land Surveyor and Valuator-Begs most respectfully to an- nounce to his numerous friends in Port Phillip, and the puldic in general, that he has commenced

the buMiiess of

aucttoucer & (ffiommtö^ton &gent, for the Sale of Live Stock, Landed Property, and Merchandize in gt neral.

Mr. Y , in addition to the experience acquired in the management mid sale of stock in Scotland, where the cattle he bred for the Marquis of Bread- albane carried the prizes at the Highland Society of Scotland's general shows for many years, and their increase still continue to mannum the for- mer chinacter for superiority, he has also had the benefit of urquirmg a knowledge of the ma- nagement of stock a< practised in Yran Diemen's Lund ; and he particularly begs to refer to the ample opportunities alforded lum under the Messrs Macarthur, of Camden, of obtaining the best information lo be got in the Colonies of Aus- tralasia, us to the management of sheep, both as regards the best mode of breeding and classifying fine woolled sheep, and the methods of washing, sorting, and getting up their fleeces. Mr Y would further udd, that be not only studied the above branches of pastoral pursuits under Messrs Macarthur, (whose extensive experience is well known,) but likewise had the advuntage of study- ing the German method of breeding sheep and sorting wool, with Mr. lielsh, from Germany, then wool-sortei for Messrs. Mucarthur, now wool sorter for the Austruluiu Agricultural Com- pany at Port Stephens. Mr Y , therefore, would submit to nuv Gentlem>-n, lavounng lum with then Commissions, that hu is enabled to give uselul udvice either in the sale 01 purchase of sheep stock, or as to the quality of country suited for their pisture. For his experience in the breeding aud value of horses und cattle, as well as bis knowledge of the value of land, and his capacity to conduct the sale of other productions of rural economy, Mr. Y. would most respect- fully beg leave to refer to the testimonials he holds from C. W. Campbell, Esq, of Borelaud, J P. and B. B ; A. G. ¡speirs, Esq., of Calcreuch, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Stirlingshire, and late M. P. for Paisley ; the late A. Speirs, E«q , of Elderslie, late M. P. for Richmond , James Hamilton, Esq., his Prussian Majesty's Consul for the City of Glasgow ; his Excellency Sir George Arthur, late Governor of Van Diemen's Land; Messrs. J and W. Macarthur, of Cam- den, New South YVales; anda number of factors, land stewards, and other practical stock-breeders

and agriculturists in Scotland.

Mr. Y. begs to state that he has opened the Livery Stables attached to the Crown Hotel, Lonsdale street, until more extensive premises be erected, where he will hold sales of horses by auction and private bargain, on Wednesday and Saturday each week, beginning the public sale regularly at 12 o'clock noon on each day.

In conducting the sale of land, Mr. Y. will personally survey, map, and subdivide it to the best advantage, not only as regards its natural capabilities, but also to suit the demand in the

market.

In conclusion, Mr. Y. hopes, by diligent attention to business, strict integrity with the public, and zeal for the interest of his constituents, to merit a share of public patronage. Queen-street,

Melbourne, 29th July, 1847.

IRISH AND SCOTCH DESTlT]DTION

RELIEF FUND.

di) airman,

His Worship the Mayor.

Mr. Aioerman Bell,

treasurers.

Edmund Westhy, and

Benjamin Heape, Esqrs.

©owmittee.

Messrs H Langlands Messrs J. Duerdin

A. Davidson J . Bear

J. C. Riddell C. Bradshaw

J O'shanassy D. S. Campbell

G. W. Cole J. Bullen

W. Kerr T. Armitstead R. A. Balbirnio W. R Belcher J.Pearson M Cashmore E. Curr W. Lilburne E. E Williams E. Sayce J. F. Stawell P. Young

A. F. Mollison J. A Marsden J. Simpson T. F. Mann C. Williamson D Duncan

Dal. Campbell W. Highett

G. Annand T. Lane

J. R. Murphy P. O'Brien G. S. Brodie T. Mickle

J. Raleigh J. Patterton F. G. Dalgety

And the Clergy of the different religious de-

nominations.

CIRCULAR LETTER ISSUED BY THE

COMMITTEE.

Melbourne.

SIR,-I am directed by the committee ap-

pointed at a public meeting of the inhabi- tants of Port Phillip, held here on the 19th cur- rent, for the purpose of considering the best means of alleviating the distress now existing in Ireland and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, to send you the annexed copy of the resolutions adopted, and the subscription paper ordered to be prepared by that meeting, and to request your earnest aid and co operation in furtherance of its

views.

The dreadful visitation which it has pleased Almighty Providence to inflict on the inhabitants ofour native land, by the destruction of their principal article of food, and the appalling des- titution which has followed, by which tens of thousands are suffering ni1 the horrors of famine, and hundreds are dully perishing from actual starvation, are facts unfortunately too well known to require any proof from the committee. It is hoped that a mere reference to these facts is a sufficient appeal to induce all persons to give every assistance in their power towards al- leviating the sufferings of the distressed Irish

and Scotch.

In considering the modes by which this relief can be best bestowed, you will observe that the meeting has left it at the option of each subscri- ber to direct his subscription to be applied either for the immediate relief of the sufierers by eleemo- synary aid, or by providing with a free passage to this distnct as many as the funds subscribed for that purpose will allow.

A district committee has been appointed for the purpose of carrying out in your neighbourhood the benevolent intentions of the meeting, and as that committee will doubtless shortly place itself in communication with you, I feel assured that a cordial co operation will lake place among the settlers and others, and a large sum may be raised for the relief of our famishing fellow countrymen

I am also directed to make an earnest appeal to your generosity and benevolence in behalf of the famine-striken population of Ireland and Scotland Scenes of fearful destitution, disease, and death, of which no pen can convey an adequate idea, are of daily ociurrence. lamine is ruling the lund with a rod of iron, carrying dreadful suffering and loathsome disease into all the habitations ot the perishing peodle, and surelj, placed as we are, in a land where plenty is running down our streets, and fruitful seasons filling our hearts with food and gladness, it is not too much to ask that subscriptions for the relief of the sufierers should he as large as the subscribers' circumstances will

allow.

1 have, ice,

WILLIAM M. BELL, Hon. Sec.

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OF THF, DISTRESSED IRISH AND SCOTCH.

IH.MIOnATION OLUMN,

His Honor the Superintendent.. His Honor the Resident Judge..

Henry Moor: to he returned if

£2,000 be uot subscribed and will be doubled if £5,000 be raised. A Friend, per Mr. W, Kerr .... John Bowler. Edmund Westby, ou same condi-

tions ns Mr. Moor . II. nud R. Langlands & Co. Annand, Smith &c ¡Co.. Thomas Fulton & Co.. Heape mid Gnce, to be returned

if £2000 be not raised, und will be doubled if £5000 be raised .

G. W.Cole . W. Kerr. W- M. Hell.

Cnptain Pearson, will be doubled

ii £5000 be raised . Major Davidson, will be doubled

it £5000 be raised . J. C. Riddell . Henrie Bell. Rev, A. C. Thomson, to be re-

turned if £2000 be not raised.. D. C. M'Arthur, ditto . James Simpson, ditto .

Michael M'iNamura.

Joseph Raleigh, will be doubled if

£5'i00 is raised, and to be re- turned if £2000 is not raised .. R. and J. Pohlman,to be returned

if £2000 be not raised. The Rev. A. M. Ramsay. John M'Killop . Peter M'Killop. Alexander M'Killop . Captain Howey . Alison and Knight. Mr. Moody. Mrs. Moody. Miss Moody. John Bear. Mickle and Lilburne. Peter Young.", »» Michael Cashmore. W. R. Belcher, £1 more if

£2000 be got. R. A. Balbirnie . James Forbes. James Moere, expenses as a wit-

ness .

Rev. Irving Hetherington. W.L.Ker. Charles Hutton.

DONATION COLUMN.

A. Richey . Rev. P. Gunn. The Rev. A. M. Ramsay. J. li. and James Murphy. Rev. Irving Hetherington.

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Notice.

M'LACHLAN & SHAW

HAVE removed to premises in Market

square, two doors from the Counting house of Messrs. Barnes & Co. , ¡Melbourne, July 26.

IMPOUNDING AT KEILLOR.

THIS is to give notice to all parties who have

cattle running on the Keillor Run that unless they are immediately removed they will be impounded.

JAMES WATSON.

Flemington, > 22nd July, 1847. f

£2 Beurard.

STRAYED, from J. H, H. Spencer, Esq.,

Merri Creek,

A BAY PONY,

14$ hands high, switch tail, branded THB con- joined near shoulder ; also,

A BAY COLT,

rising two years old, branded RP near shoulder.

Whoever will bring the same to Mr. Spencer's paddock, will receive the above reward.

FRANCIS CLARK,

Butcher,

Collingwood. July 29, 1847.

Delegate Committee.

JN pursuance of a Requisition'nddressed to me,

1 hereby convene a meeting of the above Committee, for the purpose of considering the recommendation of the Delegate to Earl Grey as to the constitution of the Legislature of the colony on the separation of this province from New South Wales, such meeting to be held at the Royal Hotel, in Collins-street, on Monday next, the 2nd August, at one o'clock precisely.

HENRY MOOR,

Hon. Sec. Melbourne,

28th July, 1847.

FOR SALE,

BUILDING ALLOTMENTS in the Town

of Melbourne, having frontages to Eliza- beth, Swanston, Russell, La Trobe, and Little

Lonsdale streets.

Plans may be seen, and all further information obtained, on application to

HUGH GLASS.

Two half acre corner Allotments in the Town of Geelong, having frontages to Yarrow, Myers, and Ryrie streets, delightfully situated for private

residences.

July 26, 1847.

Ex "James Dean," "Ganges,

&.C., cito.,

DONALDSON and BUDGE

RESPECTFULLY intimate to their Friends

and the Public generally, that they have received a large assortment of

»nter <£ootiö,

which they are selling at very low prices in con- sequence of the advanced stage of the Season. 'I'liey would call particular attention to the fol- lowing, viz. :

Ladies' black satin, watered silk, and poplin

Mantillas, cardinals, Clarissa cloaks, and visettes Black and coloured gros and satinettes Rich checked ducapes and satins Black and coloured silk velvets

Bonnet and cap ribbons

Cap and bonnet flowers and wreathi French and English merinos Coburg and plain Orleans

Brocaded aud checked Orleans Parramatta cloths and Llamas

Rich Cashmere dresses, newest styles

Mouselaine de Lame, in great vaiiety Gala plaids and worsted tartans

SUPERFINE CLAN TARTANS,

rou ladies' cloaks and dresses.

A beautiful assortment of

Tartan handkerchiefs, shawls, and scarfs Ladies' coloured silk and velvet neck-ties Ditto black lace falls and veils British and French blonds

Imitation Valencien lace and edging Black Jacquard lace

Thread laces, all widths

Crape and Norwich shawls and handkerchiefs Ayrshire worked collars and bnbit shirts Silk and silvered girdles and tassels

Ladies, maids, and Gentlemen's gloves, in great

variety.

HOSIERY AND nABERDASHERV,

very complete.

The Cloth Department is replete with

fflSiest of 35nglaift anH $otft<3îjt're Black, blue, rifle, and bottle green superfine» Drab, black, and Oxford Cassimeres Black and fancy doeskins

Buff, primrose, and black Cashmcrettes

Woollen and cotton cords and bcaverteens English, Scotch, and Colonial tweeds

Black and coloured velveteens, &c, &c, Sec»

GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING

made to order, or THE above materials,

On the Shortest Notice!

I>. <St Si would direct the attention of their Country Friends to their recent importations ol'

Scotcn Goods, Slops, dtc, Scotch, Witney, and Bath blankets Double stitched moleskin trousers Worsted and cotton cord ditto

Doeskin, tweed, and buckskin ditto

Colonial tweed coats, vests, and trousers Blue serge shirts and Guernseys Scotch twilled and regatta shirts

Blue and white striped and spotted Guernseys Monkey, reefing, und pea jackets

Shepherds' blue and drab flushing coats Blue, brown, and rifle D'Orsay ditto

Black and coloured dress coats and surtout! Black and coloured satin and fancy vests Plush, Svvansdown, and flushing vests Scotch plaiding and serge drawers

Lambs' wool and merino shirts and pants Men's Aberdeen knitted J huse and hose Plain and twilled shirting stripes

Grey wincies and striped druggets

Kidderminster and Brussels carpeting Brussels and Wilton rugs

Watered and damask moreens

Chintz and Scotch twilled furniture Laces, fringes, and gimps to match

White dimities, counterpanes, and quilts Damask table cloths and napkins

Table covers, in worsted and cotton Imitation and real Welsh flannel Saxony and Lancashire ditto Swanskin and medium ditto.

Scotch Manchester Warehouse,

Collins-street,

Melbourne, July 20,1847.

S. GOODE,

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,

HAVING received a large supply of STA-

TIONERY, per order, direct from his Brother in London, ex Triad, begs to inform his Friends and the Public that he has taken those premises adjoining Mr. Bennett, Watchmaker,

directly

OPPOSITE THE WESLEYAN CHAPEL,

COLLINS-STREET,

and that he will be able to supply every descrip- tion of Stationery at very low prices. Amongst his new stock will bo found an excellent assort- ment of Pocket Books, School Books, Memoran- dum Books, Account Books, Copy Books, Ciphering Books, and a great variety of Children's

Books.

ALSO,

The CHURCH SERVICE, in handsome Mo-

rocco reticule case, for Ladies.

Small Pocket WATTS* HYMNS, PRAYER

BOOKS, BIBLES, and TESTAMENTS.

A few handsome BIBLES and PRAYER

BOOKS, in Morocco cases,

AND

Upwards of 10,000 Song- Books,

amongst which is the POLKA Song Book, in 24 monthly numbers, may ulao be hud bound in separate volumes. YValkinghame s Tutor. Stewart's Geography.

M'Culioch's Course of Reading, Series of Lee-

sons, and first, second, and third Reading

Books.

Vyse's, Fenning's, Mavor's, and Carpenter's

Spelling Books.

M'Culioch's and Murray's Grammar. Reid's Elements of Astronomy.

Ruddiman's Rudiments of Latin.

Copy Slips, &c, &c , &c.

Every description of Printed Forms always on

hand.

S. G. would call the attention of small shop- keepers to his stock of TOYS still on hand, which be will sell considerably below cost price, not having room to open them out for retailing. Melbourne,

July 27, 1847.

S

PIRITS OF WINE

To be had at the Stores of

J. M. CHISHOLM & CO. 26th July, 1847.

SHEEP SHEARS, &c.

ON SALE,-Sorby's sheep shears, screw

augurs, spades, shovels, superior rim locks, assorted nails, bullock chains, canvass, tarpaulins, sewing twine, hay tie rope, and bush slops of every description, at reduced prices,

FOH CASH.

W. C, HENLEY,

Auction Mart,

I Elizabeth-street.

Phaeton for Sale«

A SUBSTANTIAL London built Phaston,

with Collins's best patent axles, has shift- ing shafts and pole, for single or double harness, is very easy, remarkably strong, and admirably adapted for these roads Lowest price-Thirty

Guineas.

The undersigned are willing to pay with it in exchange, for one equally good, of larger capa- city, and has a hood.

Apply to

MORTIMER Se SON.

July 27, 1847.

T

Fire Stone.

HIE undersigned has for Sale a very superior _ quality of Stone, warranted to stand Fire, adapted for fire-places, &c., specimens of which may be seen at his premises, Little Malop-street, adjoining the " Rook of Cashel" Inn, Geelong.

HENRY WILLIAMS. July 13, 1847.

For Inspection this day Tues-

day, at the Retail Branch, Collins-street,

A N EXTENSIVE and varied aisortment of

Plated Wares,

just arrived per " Triad," comprehending the latest fashions in every article of domestic use, and of a quality unequalled in the colony.

By the undersigned,

JOHN PORTER & CO. Melbourne,

July 24, 1847.

THE OLDEST TAILORING ESTAB-

LISHMENT IN MELBOURNE.

m. m'namara

BEGS to call the attention of the Gentry of j

Melbourne and the surrounding District,

to an extensive arrival of the richest and most | varied-assortment of goods ever imported into Mel-

bourne, which he has just received, ex Triad, and ; which has been selected with the greatest care from some of the first houses in London and Paris, and consisting of the most superb material, and the choicest designs in the market.

The following are a fow, amongst many others, I of which he would particularly invite inspection,

viz-:

SUPERIOR WEST OF ENGLANDl

BROAD CLOTHS,

of every shade, and of the " best quality,"

MANUTACTUItED

Stout Mixed Tweeds & Checks.

SPLENDID SCOTCH PLAIDS, of every variety of combination of colour.

SUPERFINE DOESKINS, striped and fancy patterns,

A LAUGE LOT OF

THICK WOOLLEN CORD;

particularly suitable for Gentlemen in the inte- rior, recommended for

Durability and Comfort.

THE WAISTCOATÏKGS

consist of some of the hiciiest productions of I 1 France and England, in '

SILKS, SATINS, AND VELVETS,

plain and figured, and which eau be recom-1 mended with confidence as being superior to any

ever yet seen in the Colony. '

In addition to the above, a most extensive va-1 riety of every description of articles necessary in the trade. J '

LADIES' RIDING HABITS, j

in the newest and most approved style. '

?®". A Suit of Clothes made to measure,

in Six Hours-A warranted Fit. Great Collins-street,

Melbourne,

July S4tb, 1847.

400 Fare Merino Rams

FOR SALE,

In lots to suit purchasers.

THESE Ram» are warranted to be the in-

crease of tbo Camden Merino sheep, and are well known to yield the finest fleeces in this

District.

Also a number of Mr. Coghill's and Captain Hepburn's Rams, in suitable lots.

For terms and other particulars apply person- ally or by letter (post paid^ to

PETER YOUNG,

Auctioneer und Commission Agent. July 8th, 1847.

FOR SALE AT THE STORES OF THE

UNDERSIGNED,

Ex " James Deane," "Ganges," and  

other late arrivals.

26 HOGSHEADS West India Rum, from 7 to 25 percent OP.  

30 hogsheads double brown stout, Barclay and

Perkins', and Tennaut's

100 cases and half cases Geneva

Martell's and Hennessy's brandy Isla whisky

Pale gin in hhds.

Tennant's ale in wood    

Byass' bottled ale and porter

Fine old port in 3 dozen cases

Brown, pale, and golden sherry, a large assort-

ment in wood and bottle   Marsala and Tarragona wine in quarter casks Burgundy, Sauterne, Champagne, and Claret Cigars, tobacco, hops, tea, &c.

He begs particularly to direct the attention of Innkeepers to the superior quality and low prices of these goods, and at the same time in- vites settlers, requiring supplies for the approach- ing wool season, and others to an inspection of

them.

GAVIN RALSTON Collins-street,

Opposite the Bank  

of Australasia,

July 12th, 1847.

Ink) .47.3

J

Ex Triad.

UST opened, a beautiful assortment of Furs,

consisting of

BOAS & MUFFS

Mock Sable, Musquash, Lustred Racoon, and

Squirrel back

Chiucilla, Swansdown, Mock Ermine, and real

Sable

Mock Ermine, Musquash, and Squirrel back

Gauntlets

Squirrel back Capes

Swansdown llufl's and trimmings

ALSO,

Gentlemen's best black beaver hats, in narrow

and broad brims '

DONALDSON &s BUDGE'. Collins-street,

July 27.

£400 T

O LEND, by mortgage, on good Town Property, at a moderate rate of interest. ,

Apply to

P. DAVIS. Collins-street, >

16th July, 1847. ]

Sales i)B auction.

FRIDAY, 30th JULY.

Weekly Horse Sale.

MR. J. B. KIRK

Will sell by Auction, at the Hone Bazaar, THIS DAY, (Friday) JULY 30,

at twelve o'clock,

A LOT of very superior cobs, draught horses

and brood mares.

Bazaar, Bourke-street,

29th July, 184Y.

TUESDAY, 2 1st SEPTEMBER, 1847.

Saxon Ztams.

Important Sale of Pure Saxon Rams.

J. B. KIRK

Has received instructions from Mr. John Aitken,

to sell by auction, at his Station, Mount Aitken, on

TUESDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER next,

at Twelve o'clock,

¿.'¿"kf* PURE SAXON RAMS, 4 ^_F^F The sires of these rums were

partly bred by the Australian Com- pany, Port Stephens, and partly from stock im- ported directly from Germany by J. T. Toosey, Esq., of Van Diemen's Land.

These Rams are now about 12 months old, and full fleeced, ; they will be drafted according to their different qualities by an experienced judge, and will be kept free of expense for a fortnight after the sale, to enable purchasers to tend f or

them.

TERMS:

An approved 4 months bill.

DAY OF SALE FIXED

iOll

WEDNESDAY,'AUGUST li, 1847,

AT QUEEN-STREET.

Important to Breeders of Koree

Stock, Speculators, and

Others.

Sixty ¡lead oj very superior Horse Stock, consisting

oj Mares in foal and with fouls at foot, Colts, and Fillies, (most of which are broken in,) se- lected from the Studs of the best Breeders of Horse Stock in the Middle District, expressly for this Matket, hy competent judges, and not» on

the toad to Melbourne.

BEAR AND SON

Have been favoured with initructions to sell by

auction, on

WEDNESDAY, li tu AUGUST,

at their Yards, Queen-street,

{Sale to Commence punctually at 12 o'clock,)

THE above superior lot of HORSE STOCK,

among which will be found first-rate hacks, and saddle and harness horses and mares. The unbroken stock is strong, well-bred, and fit for immediate work. All the mares are in foal to the thorough-bred imported horse " Gil Blas," and the foals at foot are got chiefly by the well known imported horse " Sweet William."

From the great pains taken in selecting this lot of horses, the Auctioneers can with confidence assert that they are a superior lot to any «old iu Melbourne during the last 12 months. Land and Stock Office, ^

Queen-street, > July 27, 1847: >

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