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New Advertisements. FOR ADELAIDE DIRECT.

HIE A 1 CLIPPER BARQUE

ORPHEUS,

. Jf !'. ret"e> riÎNT-' Tu po-itîvcly «ail HJie above port on Tuesday next, the 21th It.int

For freight or julago apply to

H. S. SMITH & CO.

[12001 Kfarket-pquarc.

fTBPT VE«&EL FOR LAUNCESTON.

THE fine thveo-masted schooner

SWIFT,

W. N. Ling, Master, will lea\c the "the alwc l'ort on' Saturday next,

nd nvt.

Pawngns can join tho vessel hy the 3 |lo. K bt< .--mer on 'that day.

foi pa-* ige apply to

HEADLAM, BAYLES, & CO., ', 2193 -3 and 25, Market-square.

|N\UTILür\ KUI LAUNCESTON. -

?j rpüE fine barque NAUTILUS, |^ X Captain Cook, will sail for tho

~ above Poi t on Saturday next,22nd m*t. 1 v. dient accommodations for cabin and Írage [avengers, Cabin passengers supplied

i bed and balding, wine, beer, and spirits.

jijTjüifto the Captain on boaid at the Queen's

uri 01 to

THOMAS SCOTT, ,

Adelaide Tacket Office,

F. S. GRAY, " '

Whaif,

And all the Shipping Office0. BALL, BROWN, A: CO.,

Agent?,

21 ßt Flindera-lane, west.

|(i SPENCER, FOR NEVV ZEALAND.

THE GOVERNOR'AVYNYARD,

, steamer, will leave the Queen'»

^jjWhaif, at 4 o'clock this afternoon, for vmchance of passengers to the above le! -,

T. HENDERSON.

|)tli Jani-aiy, 1853. " * 122'ô4'

BAliyUE ORIENTAL. ~ ALL ACCOUNTS against tlie

above vessel must he rendered

ÍTmnate by noon This Day (Thursday;,

Janua-y, 1S53.

DALGETY, GORE, & CO.,

Agents. |Jlll'WILLIAM iWOrHlNÖHÄlE

ALL ACCOUNTS against this __ Ship are required to be rendeic.1 i]»i*¡tebefoienoon This Day, 20th hist.,

XglllK

flower. Mclaren, & co. |nuuy 10th. 12173

t& rpíIE ATALANTA, lunn London, |§iA ha\ing enteied at the Custom

, consigne^ ate lequcstcd t<? pass entries \ iliat ly. Lighten have been despatched

J' ' '' WESTGARTH, ROSS, & CO.

¡thJanivj. 12171

LOU» AM) PASSENGERS ONLY.

HE Al clipper Ship

ATREVIDA,

ççz, ..- tont. iegi-ter, is now neaily _u, .1 ni «'ill «ail to hw day.

li- height or pis-age apply to Captain

Vron lioaid, or to

JAMES HENTY,

11, Little Collins-street. Iii J.imniy. "' 12100

J'J'ICJ; To PASbENUEBS FOU

SYDNEY.

rpjn; barque AMELIA,- Captain |VX A B. Holder, will poiitively y& leave the B.iy on Friday morning.

| lew Leith- di-engnged, 1 p.i-jagc apply to

1 JOHN GIBBONS,

Agent,

fes blinders-street, Wharf.

T

|CE TO PASSENGERS PER GO-A-.

JI1'.\1>, FOO SYDNEY.

rpiIE above ves-cl will clear.: the" X Customs this day, alni leave t, die Bay emly on Friday moininr.

JlhitlH.'iie dii-engngcd .fur which emly

pt'.on is new-arv to

' F. fi. GRAY,

|>1 f<>, Fiinders-sticet, Wh.iif. |VAN0l,A FROM LIVERPOOL.

(loN-siGNCErf hy" the above

y u-el aie informed that- the

"la,ne w','1 di-charge e.r.go this day at

I \ on ('ole't AVhaif.

HAUiLTY, GORE, ifc CO.,

or

JOHN K. TASCOE.'

?bru ii-, liOth J.uuuiw. 12242

GEELONf-.

'fp.Ii: ROSEBUD will not tail for £ L Geelong as advertised.

I will, a- early as possible, sail in her

LITTLE à CO ,

Auctioneers.

C1 »NsIGNEES por WILLIAM

/ .vid JAMES, from Sydney, will ink . uetio", thit Cargo is discharging (le Queen .> Whait', at their iisk.

HUBERT M-MICKING,

41, Maiket-tquarc.

|J,imiiny, lgoC. 12132

NORTHUMBRIA.

CONSIGNEES oi GOODS hy _ the above Vessel, who have not

I their .?nt:ios, are requested to do so flVhe o'clock this day, otherwise they

J, and the expenses charged to

|:ouiit.

JAMES D.OWDALL.

23, Market,Square. IJ.um.iiy, Iii 53. 1212S

FOR SALE.

Al l.iitr BLUI3-BELL, 222 tons,,well Pii'il in - ii!, nul ic.idv for sea. May be I'';' ','ueen's Wliau"; apply,to

llEAPE AND GRICE,

Mr. COOPER,

On Board. '

!.'th, !Jo1. 12151'

IM», a Ye*-el of about SOO ton", to

?l » o 'i. Apply to Heape and G rice.

H-l», ,i >">v,mii jäs, competent io ¡m7

?.','"'"iiiitl l-!ifc'n«li education; al-o

';".'> A.-C. ; apply to A.B., Port Phillip

122Ô0

1 ri:i i. a Mai, ¡ed Couple for a Station, 'l'hit;,1"';',!K',e ,Vnm Town; apply at Umli,, Club U,Jtel, between-J a.m.,

122) !0

tSS£v^ l'LBM,ií*: fl,,JriJV,!-,Sfor,rtteml,nro'"1'1l

,l; »ymcdicnetothemenùeiso.

- "??"«ige, at .so much per head per

; ;"V J,W;e«««l to Mr. Mcintosh, lt'.:'-ti^'ll''',"Kt''t'1'- "" "r '"-'lore loi ""T., ". ",nM' :" llv,-,vu .»'«?.'»..?k.

»»»»'.lee h not bound to accept th. [_^__ 122Ü1

jKIXloTull.]u,e,aTn,olc,or\VheoN 4;« " Al'l''-V '.> ". ""g«'"*, 177,

12101

New Advertisements.

WANTED, by an experienced Y'oung

Alan, who'is also a tlioiough Arith- metician, a situation as Clerk or Shopman. Unexeceptionable town lcfeience can be given ; address, Alpha, office of this paper. 12010

WANTED, an out-door Apprentice to the

Millineiy and Dressmaking for three months : a small premium requited ; 200, Rus sell-rtrect. 12011 -

WANTED, by a respectable -Y'oung Juin,

a situation in a Store or Shop ; under- stands the manufacture and ' sale of Uphol i'.erji's Trimmings; address to M. T., office of this paper. 12051

TT^ANTED, TINSMITHS : applv to J. ? V V Hughes, Tinsmith, 100 Little Bourke

strect, east. 'J . .12055.

WANTED, by a Young JIan of respect-

ability, who lias been upwards of two months in the colony, a situation in a Whole-* sale Commercial Establishment, Store, &c. ;

thoroughly understands book-keeping and the' routine in a merchant's counting-liQuse. Refer- ence iri Melbourne and recommendation from' late employers in England ; address W. H. P., office of this-paper, ' . -, 1205G'

WANTED,- a HOUSEMAID; al-p a per-,

son to undertake to do some plain needle-work; apply at 1G0, Collins-streçt, west." N.B. None 'Seed apply unless quite competent.

; . ,120(31

WANTED, a'Good Dressmaker ; to. a com-

petent^ person, good wages .given : apply at Mr. Wprrall's Store, Simpson'» Road, Collingwood. 12078

ANTED, a Situation, by a Gentlemen

who understands Mercantile and Cus

w

tom House Business, and Landing, Storing and Shipping Goods ; apply to Mr. Emery, Lloyd's Exchange Rooms, Royal Hotel. 12075

WANTED, Conveyance to Fryer's Creek

for about Two Tons Loading ; apply, at Jlr. Gook's, Bootmaker, Bourke-street, east, opposite the Newmarket Hotel. Bullock drays piefened. ? . 1207Ö

WANTED, by a Respectable Female, a

Situation, to take chai go of children, or to attend to a Lady about i etui ning to' Eng- land ; address H.T., o"ffice of this paper.

12071 -

WANTED in a Suiveyor and Alehitect's

Onic'e, a Youth, who can trace a map or ¡ pinn, write a fair hand, and make himself otherwise useful : apply by letter, to C.E.', office of this paper. ' 12107 ' TTTANTED, to Rent, a Paddock, or a Vt ' Small Farm,'from Ten to Fifty *Acies, wah Cottage thoieon ; addre» partipulars, by letter onlv, to A. B., 1SG, Little Bouike-stiett ea=t. . , 120GG

WANTED, by a Married Min, a situation

as Storekeeper or Assistant Gleik. The advel riser has been in a laige mercantile house for ten yeais, and peifectly conveisant with the gioceiy bu-ine-», can gauge and test the proof of liquor, would make him-clf generally useful, and nut afiaid of hard work( ha> good recom meivIatioiH fiom his last cmplovcr. Address W. B., office .of this paper. ,' 12092

WANTED, by a Respetable Gentleman,

of long Colonial experience, and having b.'cn^scvcn years in a merchant's office, Liver |wol, a similar Situation here; best ieferoiices produced. Address II., office of thU paper.

. 12093

WANTED-Two Carpenter, to make and

erect houses ; apply to Mr. John Rilph, opposite the Jiounted Police Banaeks Rich- mond. 1203G

WANTED-a Respectable Nursery Maid,

who has had the cate of children, to accompany a' family to England ; apply to Jir. Themas, 133,-Boiiike-stiect, from eleven to tw o o'clock. ' ' 12Ö8T

WANTED, by an. active Young Married

Man, a situation as Shopman, Clerk, or Light Potter, in any respectable Shop or Store in town ; addicts G. K.,. office of this p^cr. 12013

WANTED, a St:ong Boy 14 or lo years

old, to attend a Plasterer, und-at con- stant employment; apply to J. Young, loo, Great Bourk'e-strcet, east. 1201Ô

WANTED, by a Steady Middle-aged Man,

a situation in a Stoi e, Shop, ur in any p^av'c, wherche could make himself incluí. 1 Could keep, if necessary» a set of book-. Or would have no objection to go into a howe with his wifd-andMamily, they doing the house , woik ; addie* to N. &.', office ol' this paper.

12111

WANTED, a Geneial Servant; apply to

. Mrs. Reed, Bruiiswick-strcet, north," Collingwood. 12121

WANTED, at St. Kilda for a wee!; or two,,

a por-on to como to do needlework ; addiv-s J. li. 1)., office of this pip?r. 12110

YTTANTED, Two Carpenter» to do Contract Ti work at William!) Town. Enquire at 20, La Trobc-strect, west. 12124

WANTED, a situation to return; to Eng-

land,-by a Yoting Person accustomed, to children. Most respectable references given«« Aildr s J. C, Mrs. Hall, 73, Lonsdale-streoi, east, Melbourne 12179

WANTED^ immediately, at Wannan'»' Re-

gistry Office, 1C, Little Collins-street, a number of Married Couple»" for every desci ip tion of Labor; also, Shepherds, their "Wives for Hutkccper-. ; Butchers, Ploughmçn, Font rottets Bullock Drivers, Fencers, and Rough Carpt'Uteife, ?&<:. Female Servants for Town a)id Cuuntv. Liberal Wages. .12147

ANTED, a. situation as Soap Boiler;

addles» T. L., ofllco of thi» paper.

.12000

w

WANTED to RENT, a SHOP or

SMALL IIOUsSE in'a good stioct of bikliU'ss in Melbourne. Rent must bo mode line. Address J. B., 131, Little Bouike-htiect, e.t-t. ' ". 12212,

"Ï/TyrANTED-a Steady, Active, Young VV ' Jian, asMoicman, mid to drivo a hur-o .ukI cut: apply to Dovle mid Field, 32, Littlo Dmnke sticet.'rf ' 122U8

WANTED, to Purchase, Six Cows (moro

or los,) in full milk. Apply at No. JO, L i Tiobu-strcet, west. J2227

WANTED, by a Young Jiaiiied Jinn, a

beith as Woiking Overseer on anestato, when) the Wife could minago the IIou*o or D.iiiv, Addicss Jl,, Jlr. Woodi, Builder, Geit'l.ido-stieet, Collingwood. 1222(' *

W" ANTED, Two Active L-idi; they must

be able to writo a good hand. Apply t'i Al. Da\i\ American Auction Man, Gi wit CVIh'ns-slM'et. 12_'2'1

np,) JRONJIONGKKS.-À Young Man, I « ho lias been eight yeal s in then hole, -ale mid letidl FtnnMiiug busiiuss in Kngbnd, is open to an engagement. Can piuducu e\ i ellent testimonials, Aildie-s Cistell) dil, ollke. of this papi'i'. 121."0

ITHlM'-RATi: JOINERS lequiieil. Apply

. to Jlr. Thomson, Buildei, New Post Ollire, Gieat liouike-stieet. 1215b

7*1 ) T1J1KER jlÏÏlÎuiJANTS.-Wanted,

. by a Young Jian, a situation ni Book- keeper or Salesman. Re»pcctalilo leferenccH given in Melbourne. A dill car K., enio of Jlr. Glover, yiifwi^ticet, Disptusaiy, 131G7

Kew Advertisements.

A GENTLEMAN letuming to England

debil C8 to obtain a passage for himself, by taking charge of one or two Young Gentlemen. Applv to Mr. A. T. Best, Chemist, Colling- wood. ? 12101

A YOUNG MAN wishes to engage for a

number of Years as Glass Stainer and Ornamental Painter. Addic«s D. S., Robert- son, Bailey, and Co.'s, News Office, 93, Collin« sticct. west. 121G9

A MARRIED WOMAN, with four childi cn,

want» an engagement as General Servant or Housekeeper; is willing to woik and be gcneially useful. Wages no object. M. F., office oi this paper._12174

COWS.-Wanted, Two Good Cows ; must

be pel fectly quiet, and have lecently calved: to be deliveied at the Dalebin Creek; apply to Mr, Hordern, 12G, Flindcis-lane, cast.

, , 12262

A STEADY" and Pcisevering Young Man,

accustomed to the wholesale and íetail Manchester trade, &c, and who has been in the colony sonuftime, îequiies a situation. Refer- ences in town. Addie»» H, 34, Argus office.

12034

A YOUNG MARRIED MAN wishes for a

situation as Shopman, who has been thiiteen years in a lerail walehouse, Addiess

R.C" ofl'ice of this paper. 12042

A MARRIED WOMAN,, whoso husband

i» flora, home, may meet with a comfort- able home for her set vices. Mu4 cook a little ; for address at apply Bell'» Store, 107, Qneen-stiect. . 12083

TC SOLICITORS AND CONVEY-

ANCERS.

THE Advertiser is dcirous of an engage

. mont with 'ji Solicitor or Conveyancer, piactising in any pait of this colony; please address H.D., office of this paper, Melbourne.

12082

TO CAPTAINS-A Respectable Young

Man wishes ,for a situation as Steward or Under-stcwaid in a vessel bound to Eng- land. Addiess C. F. S., office of this paper.

12031

THE ADVERTISER, a Citizen of London

and the United States, wishes, to engage with a patty for Preserving, Meat hy a new process which improve* it, also to piescrve by tlie present modes in use, for the »upply of Foreign Markets, Shipping, Vfcc.

'Also, a Partner ia requued with capital, to bring out an article of the gieatest utility to the gold diggcis, and which will yield a vety handsomoietuin. Or the advertiser and his wife (ifiequhed) would assist in any business where energy, integrity, and confidence aie essential.. Thirty thousand of the most valua- ble iceipes for disposal in scries.

Apply to Mr. Rowed, maker of bitters, cor- dials, spiiits, &e ; letteis to be left at the office of this piper._12018

TJ> GROCERS and DRUGGISTS.-A

Respectable'Youth ii, d -iious of-obtain

ing a situation in cither of tue above branches, liaving had two year»' experience in both ; would be willing "to make himself geireinlly useful. A comfoi table place moio an object than salary. Would have no objection to go into the country. Town reference given. Ad- dress, W. R., office of this paper, Collins-street.

12003

i \ PRACTICAL ENGINEER, who can XjL produco satisfactory testimonials, wishc» employment in thu wa)' of his profession, either in town or eountiy; addiess, J. D., ôfiico of this paper. 1209S

TO CIVIL ENGINEERS an» SURVEY

QRS.-Wanted, an Optical S juar,\ or Theodolite ; also Plotting Scales ; apply to Mi. C. Mayes,- Surveyor, Aiehiteet, «nil Land Agent, Bum»« ick-street, Collingwood.

oJl . . - 12106

C1 HRPI» nWWPS «r - .«' "

SHEEP OWNERS.-Two Young Men,

from Scotland, wish employment as Shepherd and Hutkeeper ; address, K, office of this paper. , 12103

LOADING for BALLARAT. - Wanted

immediately a horse dray for Ballarat ; weight, ten to fifteen hundred pounds. Apply at 87a, Collins-street, east. 12US9

PASSAGE to ENGLAND.«-A\'antcd, by a

AVell-cducated Man, the Care and In- struction of one or moie Young Gentlemen. AddiessC.K., ofliceof this paper "12030

TO IRONMONGERS_A Young Jian

wi-.hes for a Situation in tho above trade; address F. T. C, office of this papar. 12084

rpo MASONS.-Wanted a few good Rill .bio JL Builders; apply-at the comer of Gore and Geitrade-streets, Collingwood. 120G9

"1EAJIS A Van ted for Bendigo; applv to . Rainbow Hotel. AV. IIARLETT. 12113. NOTICE-TO PARTIES BUILDING.

THREE PRACTICAL CARPENTERS

having just completed several good building-, in and about, St. Kilda -and Prahran, aro prepared to build either wooden or other, houses, on the shortest notice, with or with- out materials. ..

Address, U. AV. J., office'of this paper ; Jlr. Dawbani, storekeeper, Prahran; or,at Jlr. Gai butt's residence, opposite Jlr. Jennings',

St. Kilda'. ' ' .- "

N.B. Plans and specifications made out l'or the above'.. ' 1222Ô

A LADY, experienced in Tuition, is desirous

of engaging herself as Daily Governess. She is competent to impart a solid English education, with French and music. Address, Y, office of this paper. 12198

A YO UNG ^MARRIED LADY, having a

few hours disengaged, two days in the week, is open toioeoivo pupils, for French and JIusie. Tenus moderato. Address, AAr, offico of this p-.pcr. . . .12197

TX STOREKEEPERS and GROCERS.

AVantcd, by a Young Jian, a Situation in either of tho above trader, who well under- stands his busine-s; address G. S., office of this paper. , 12213

A LADY, recently fiom England, wishes

for an engagement us S.ile-swotnan in th« shawl and cloak department, in a ¡espect- able drapery e-tablishmeut ; address K, office of this paper. 122U

T' 0 SODA-AVATER, LEJIONADE, AND

GINGER-BEE», JÍAKERS.-AVnnled, a thoioughly competent Wot king Jian in the

abovo, to piöceed to Ilubait Town. Apply to | Iluxtablo aud Co., Collins-sheet, on or befoie j Friday next, Good References lequircd.

12231

T

AVantcd, for Hobint Town, immediately, a Person fully competent for Copper Plate Print- ing in eveiy'bi.inch. Application to bo nindi'

peisonnllv, to Hii\t,ible and Co., Collins-stieet, j on or befoie Friday ne\t, 122M2

TJ IK »1ISEHOL1 » SERVANTS - AVantcd

Two thoioiigh 1'i'inali' Sei\ants in juivate familieH in llob.nt Town. Applications by ie spectablo pei-oiis, to be made lo lluxtiible'and Co., C'ollliis-stieit, on oi befoie Fihlav next.

' 12233

A CARPENTER and his AA'il'e niiineiim

. lund; ho at his tiade, and his wile to make hei-elfgeneially useful; the bush pie forrcd. Diieet S.G., 3, Collins-stieet, wet.

J2217

ALAD WANTED- apply to JiiM.Buisnull,

Swanjtpn-street, opposite Supieine Coiut. 12215

New Advertisements.

B

RICKLAYER WANTED; apply at 61,

Little Bouike-stieet. E. SMITH.

' 32127

BANK.OF AUSTRALASIA.-Wanted, a

Messenger ; one who has filled a similar situation wouldbe preferred ; application to be made at the Bank between 10 and 11 o'clock, a.m. 12131

DRAYS .WANTED.-Wanted, Bullock

? Teams to load for the pVens Digging»; apply to Henry and John Cooke, Flindeis

strest. west. 12120

Ti BOAT-BUILDERS and OTHERS.

Wanted to purchase a Four or Six boarrd Boat, prjcé moderate. Apply to Mr. Toon, Cotterell's Boaiding House, near the Cemetery. - 12219

BOATS.-Wanted to purchase, a Whale

Boat, a Long Boat, and a Cargo Boat ; address, stating terms, to K.Y.N.,.office of this paper. . ,, . 12094

GENTLEMEN may be accommodated

with comfoi table Board and Residence at Mrs Knight's,'No.'162, Collins-street, east.

12048

TWO' GENTLEMEN call be received tis

Boarders in a highly respectable family residing near the Flagstaff. < For address, apply to Mrs. Coates, grocer, 240, King-street.

. ' ' - ' 12117

SHIP MARIA.-If Mr. WM. BULLOCK,

mason, late of Liverpool, will call at the office of this paper; lío "will receive a letter.

''.-'? ' 12077

IF this should meet the eye of Mr. PRICE,

'who was to sail from London for this

Colony, in the Vimiera, he may communicate with his friends, who preceded him, by direct- ing to Mr." Dudley, care of Mr. Nicholson, grocer, Swanston-street, Melbourne. 120S0

MR. JOTN WATKINS'3 friend Walter

is do-irous to hear from lum. A letter, directed to Mr. Glover's, Queen-street, Mel- bourne, will be safely received. - 12081

MRt WILLIAM BRERTON PROBART,

.of/ Manchester ; Mr. WILLIAM BAILEY',/, of. Manchester. If either of the above will call at No.-100, LaTrobe-street; cast; they will meet with- a friend from St. Ann's Square, whp has parcels from homo.for them.

. , ' . x 1208S

CUIOULD this meet the o-.v nfUATTITKVV

SHOULD tiri» meet the eve ot MATTHEW

MURPHY, fiom Dublin, he will hear of a friend by calling at Mr. Cook's, Boot Maker, Bûutke-stieet, east 12072

NOTICE.-Mr. WILLIAM THOMSON,

fiom D.tsart, Fifeshiie, Scotland, i» îcqiiestçd'to'co'me on bo.vd'the ship Atalanta, having a brother thciC. 12091

EDGAR GATES,-If tho Firm inFlindcis

laue, v\vho adverted in the Argil* 'Ollie time back as having,letters' from England for the above named pci-on, will gicatly oblige him by leaving them at Dr. Black's, 4e!, llus »el-sticct; or Jone» & Co.'s Stoics, Flînclcrs lane._12068

R. ROBERT MONTGOMERY will lind

letter» fiom hi» fnVnds in the Mauritius, Iving at the Post Office in Melbourne.

120ÛS

C' IIARLES WILLIAMS, per Washington

Ii ving : Your ft iend Fi edei ick Mun ay, butcher, per Wellington, may be heard liom by addicting a letter to him, to be left at the office of this paper. ' 12040

MR. WILLUM WELCH, who came out

in theDuko of Bcdfoid, 12 months ago, i»_ invited .to,.communicate with Mi. Frank Ashton,' at 821, SwaUstou-stieet, >Melhoumo, without delay." ' " 12033

SHOULD this meet the eveof MISS CABO

LINE WELLS, poi lto\butgh Castle, »ho is lequcsted to »endhei addics» to Mr. R. Young, cue of J*h\ "Fttlfotd, Confectioner, La Trobe-stiecf, east, Melboutno. 12015

SHOULD this meet the eye ofMIóS PY"E,

lately fiom England, she will hear from her corbin,1 Emma Goodhead, by sending hor addict to Mi. It. Yoting, cire of J. F. Ful- ford, Confoctionei, Li Tiobo-stieet, cist, Mel- bourne. 120i6

HENRY ROBERT SIMMONS»' or II. T.

LEAVIS, of Huddersfield, aro requested to send their address to John Tavlor Simmon«, at 137, Little Bourke-street, east: '.10S92

LEICESTER.-If Jlr. CHARLES W.

SPENCER will call at Jlr Caiden's, giocer, St. Kilda, he will hear of a Parcel, lind his friends. J. R. & T. Cole. 120G3

IF Mr. JOHN AMBROSE, cabinetmaker,

from Cardiff, in Wales, will come to the Wesleyan Immigrants' Home, he will there   find his friend David Jones from the same town. 12094      

H CHAPLIN.-Your Brother is in town ;

you will find him at Hubbard's Coffee   Tent, Beach Road. 12037    

IF this should meet the eye of Mr. or Mrs.

PURVIS, who put up at Mrs. Gregory's, Little Knight Rider-street, London, Martha Bowey, and Mary Ann Downs would be obliged by their sending their address to Mrs. Parslow, butcher, Little Lonsdale-street, Melbourne.

12119*

SHOULD this meet the eye of Mr. JOHN

JAMES, of Bath, England, he may hear   of his friends at the Wesleyan Immigrants' Home. 12076    

F this slrould meet the evo of THOMAS

BUCK, or CHARLOTTE, his AVifo, they will hear of theil- Sister, Sarah Phillip1-, by enquiring at Jlr. Locke's, Jloonoe Ponds, in whose service she now is. 121S1

IV this »hoiild meet the eye cf WILLIAM

WRIGH'J', of Poplar, Edward llathain would lie glad to hear from him. Dirct, E. B,, office of this paper. 12202

SHIP, CAROLINE AGNES.

SHOULD this meet the oyo of Mr. BRET-

TI AM, Mr, Divers, friend of Mr. Bunts, would bo glad to hear (Vom him. Addivss, by lett >r, office of this paper. 12203

TAMES BULLIED anl Fatlur-hi-law,

aro lvque-ted to remove their buses from No. 101, J.on'ilale-.streef, ca»t, immediately, a.s (ho partie»aio about tovacatetheirri'sideueo-.

12210

-»/JR. HENRY DEGREY, Ji-ndiVo. You J:»X aro requested lo eouinvuiieiitu imme- diately willi Mr. Charles liraid, as ho is iv lurniug to Brighton, Sn«»ox, England; address care of .Mr. Bent, ChemNt, Collingwood.

12102

^/Jlt. THOMAS CHAPLIN, who left

X Hustings for Adelaide, about ihrey year» ago, will hear of II. Adams, at 20, fjitecn stieet, Melbourne. 12177

CAPTAIN ROBERT DRING will lind

letters» from England, at S. Newton's, 10S, Collins-street, went. Ile ¡» Mlpposi.d to bo at the Long Gully, Bendigo, Any one seeing this who knows Captain Dring, will oblige by

pointing it out to lum.

12178 SAMUEL NEWTON.

Ti II. HARVEY, from near Carisbrook,

Isle of Wight leaso to communicate your address to Mr. Bronckhor»t, in refeienee to a person Iron» the Island, . 121C6

New Advertisements.

MR. IIARBOTTLE, (Bligh and Ilar

bottle), per Blackwall, will oblige J. R. C. li., by leaving his addtosflat the office of this paper, addicted Box P.- 121 C5

CHARLES GEORGE WEBSTER will

find his brother-John at Tankard's Tom peiance Hotel, Lonsdalc-stieet, until the 1st of the next month, after which ho* will depart for

Launceston. ' - 12214

BRISTOL.-News for JIis B. Battlay, on

boaid the Austialian, opposite the Custom House AVhaif; inquire for JI. Jloxham. ,

' * . 12129

BRISTOL.-If Jlr- John Xewis is in Jlel

boiune, he will find JI. Jloxham on boaid the schooner Austialian. * - " 12130

MR. JOHN ATKINS, Jun., from London,

is desirous of seeing Jlr. G. K. Hodson, Jlr. J. Robertson, Jlr.'Feiguson, of Blue Stylo, Greenwich, Jlr. J. Keddell, and, Jlr. Chas. AUt ; addiess at the office of this paper.

12183

IF RALPn FENAVICK, late .third mate

of the Royal George, will apply to Jlessrs. Dalgetv, Goie," and Co., ho will hear of his father.' ' ' ' .12210

IF JOHN GILLIES, Printer, from Falkirk,

Scotland, is lit piesent in Victoria, he will hear nom a friend, by sending his address to to Thomas Patejson, Printer and Bookseller, Geelong. *" ' '""~ ' '" « 12234

WILLIAM' LANSDOAVNE and AVIL

LIAM DEUTITH, bupposed to be at Foiest orFif ei's Cheeks. Mount Alexander, aie ícqueated to communicate with the fust poison they permanently íesided with in Victoria.

? - - - 12235

TO LET, in Bourke-stieet, a'miat.FR'ONT

HOUSE, with -Two Rooms and laige Kitchen; .apply to James Borwick,'STo.'201, Bouike-streot, east. " 12241 .

TO LET, Three' well-furnished Rooms,

with detached Kitchen. -Al=o,- a good Brick Stable, with thiee stalls and hay-loft. Apply to Jlr,. D. C. Simson, Bnmswick-*trcet, C-illingwood. 12222

TO LET, a LARGE.STORE, «iitable for

a AAlne Merchant, or any one requiring the same. Apply' at the corner La Tiobe stieet, Swanston-btiect. . 12215

TJ LET-ONE ROOJi, UNFURNISHED,

suited to a i espectable married couple; a-jplv to Jlr. Gratwick", grocer, Little Lonsdale sfreêt, east. . . -12211

TO LET, a Six-Roomed BRICK HOUSE,

with detached Kitchen, and Stabling for tinea hoifös, near St. JIark's Chuielî,"Colling- wood; apply to A./T. Best, Chemist, fJIoor street, Collingwood. , 12181

rpo LET, a ¡espectable BOARD -and JL LODGING HOUSE, uloing a nice ¡Business. -Furniture to be sold( for £00 ; apply 'ti Mr-, BessellV, Grocer, 220, Great Bouike stieet, east. ¡; , ', , i "" 12165

S1TTING-ROOJI aiïtî JÍSDRO03I TO LET, with immediate pos.-c-sion ; apply 'off Gieat Boui-ke-stieet,'eilst, in rear "of "Jlr. Buttolpji, baker. u.' 12230

ÍT

O LET.-The Residence of E. B, Gu-cii

Esq.; St. Kilda. '. \

| ... - . ?' JOHN MACKENZIE,

12140 Queen-stioct.

¡rrij LET, Unfurnished, a tenting and Url ! jL Rooni. . Nono-but' ie»-pectable pautes ne.'d apply, and without childi cn. Rent £2 2s. per week. Addiess, Jlr. Andrews, Jloiion itreet, oppoñtc the LaTiobelnn, Collingwood. , ' 12159

fTAJ LET, a Boaid and Lodging Hou-e, with 'J. ', immediate possession ; for lill thei pat ti eulai s apply to No. 1, Fianklin-stieet, top of

awan^ton-strcet. 12170

TO LET, Five-roomed stone Cottage,   with detached kitchen and stables, situ-   ated in Gore-street, Collingwood, near the Col- lingwood Hotel, and lately occupied by Dr. Embling; apply to

W. HARBOTTLE.    

Queen-street,

near Union Bank.  

Immediate possession can be given.

12118

A SHOP TO LET.

TO LET,' for any temi, 'the, well

. - known and business-like Shop and Promises, called Harris and _ .Marks' Corner; being the most central stand for businc»s in the town of Melbourne, having a frontage'to Elizabeth and Great Collins streets. Possession .cap be given in February next; for «further particulars, as to-lent and terms of leatje, apply to .

J. M. DASCOMBIE, " |

- Woolpack Inn,

12141 _ , -Queen-street.

BUILDING LOTS TO LET.-Six Lots

on Emerald Hill for Small Dwelling Houses, to be rented on one, three, or five years' lease; apply to Mr. McCawley, on the premises, near Emerald Hotel. 12184

TJ LET, Marine Residence at Brighton,

immediately opposite the Epi-cipalian Chmeh, containing cix looms, built of brick, fifteen acres of land fenced in, and a three roomed Wooden Cottage, facing tito Beach Road, Stables, &c, all within same enclo-uie. Temi» liberal. Apply to Jamieson and Moon-, 9, Collins-stieet, en»t. 12187

TO BE LET.

A THREE-ROOMED HOUSE, in Gi oat

ElUabeth-stieet, Richmond Flat. Kent, £2 10s. Enquire of Mrs. Gloster, on the premises. 120Ö2

STABLING TO LET, "tor any quantity o'

Hoi ses. Enquire of R. G. Blake, Col- lingwood Coaeli Factory, near tho Travellci's Rest, Collingwood. - 12060

APARTMENTS AT COLLINGWOOD

Two Front Room» to bo Let Fuini»hed> in a house pVa-antlv Mtuated in Collingwood Euquiie of Mr. Non is, Tea Emporium, Great Napier-stieet, Collingwood. 12057

rjX) LET, a l)welliiii'-hou»e o(Two Rooms X with d'radi (1 KitJion. Ap,j!y at 1Ô5, Co'Iiib stiei't east. * 12118

PAR HIE VIN TO LE I" -A itspcitable

1'tity i< quiring .ip.utm<"it», eau bo ae eommodit d with Two Room, on tha ih-tllnor; ajiply.it J li, Lïtiobe-troct, east. 1220J

rillVii (,1 NI LI All \ tan be 1. iu«l as

X IK) MIDI R*- m a lii/h'v K-pt tiblt t unil\ m vw in-t'in -ni t loiaddii-, j p'\ to I i-lu i s *-t ni uuiiu ot *s\\ m-toii ml

Lit'li Li 1 Kb "tuet-_1J2I I

B)MiD .ml |iil«Tl\lr IIOINL-Alis

HUVhlN*- Is" *-wnW«iii«lkit Al i. bunn , opp -it the Hu , it 'I Comf > til It Robins Un Al um 1 People Chug's mod 'at"

12217

o\RD ml LODGING- -Mi md Mi

JILWIL-s, 1 it ctt» ud and *-> " , J. <~- ii tht -,i mi-hip CUojitM Piini -ta\ninr at then ist ibh-lniKnt, 1'/' Iji i lil

-t ut, w sf, will find thaigts mod u - uni liMiU' innitoitable 1221s

LMLLA1LN (Jin mut with comfoiLiblc

Roaid and »old u"e uh rt o ih i limitai nuiiibti aie Upt apj h at the cornu of L í Tiobt statt and *»w ui-ton Hitct

_1221 fi

AN UNLNClßlBLiTLD 1< LJÍALC"~eÑi

have Lodgings with anothu Femólo at No 13, Russell sticet, n good needle«ornan I prcltrud, 12053

New Advertisements.

NOTICE TO MRS.- SHEPHARD.

Lately arrived fiom Sydney, u ill hear of something to her advantage, by .-ending her address, or ajijiiication to 3IeCormaek and Son, General Agency Office, bl, Boutke-stieet,

12195

IF the GENTLEMAN who called at Mr.

Harvey's-, Collingwood, for Mr.Owen, will ))lea=c call at'220, Gieat Lonsdale-stteet, east, he will much oblige. 12199

JOHN- GIÜSON, who lea England, four

years ago, will find hi» Father, Thomas Gibson, of Sibbertoft, Northamptonshire, and his Mother and Brothers, at the Depot, Mel- bourne. 12200

¡A GENTLEMAN and his WIFE wish for iCjL On? or TwoRoom3 unfurnished, at Rich- mond ; near the Church preferred ; addiess, J.'M., office of this paper. 12196

BOARD and RESIDENCE.-Two or thiee

Gentlemen caii be accommodated with tlie above at No. 8, Stewart-street ; apply at 87, Collins-street, wet. 12195

BOARD and RESIDENCE.-First-rate ac-

commodation for.'£2 per week ; Dawson's Buildings, S7, Bourke-stieet, east: 12255">

I)ARTIES wishing a Comfortable Home for

their childi en,, can secure one at a pri- vate «ehool in Collingwood, where their health and comfort willie attended to. J. II., office of this paper, _ 32210

A RESPECTABLE FEMALE can be ac-

commodated with Lodging, and Board if required, on moderate tel ins; or would suit any one requiring only sleeping accommoda- tion. Apply at 50, Gi eat La Trobc-strect, east.

12Ö14

BOARD and RESIDENCE.-Vacancies for

Two or Three Boarders at Mrs. MeClos

kcy's, 147, Sjiring-sti eet. 12153 i FOR, PRIVATE. SALE- BY THE

j UNDERSIGNED. ' .r

rrtHE well-known Steeple-chase horse NIM \JL ROD, generally known as MmkTupley,

the winner of the late.Grand Steeple Chase. ' . /Also-^

i Two ^largc Draught Heises, with harness; two gig* horses, and his celebrated trotting ¡"pony Badger, together with a" new -chaisc-cait and'hirness, saddle, ifcc. . '

.' J. M. HASCOMBE, ; ,,'--- Woolpack Inn,

. 12145 ' -.»-'? Queen-street

LAND IN VICTORIA PARADE,

COLLINGAVOOD. ,

FOR SALE, a Corner. Allotment of Land,

having a frontage of 98 feet to Victoria Parade, with a depth of 159 feet facing Napier street, enclosed with.a substantial six-foot fence.. .Part of tho ground has been trenched and planted with shrubs.

JOHN MACKENZIE,

12139 Queen-street.

I3ICIURES by the OLD MASTERS.-To

. be Sold a bargain, jiiat imported from ?Europe, several fine specimens, b or particu- lars address C. R., office of this paper.

12059

FOR SALE, a very excellent COTTAGE

PIANO, bv Haig. To be seen between 't'io hours of lOaiid 1, at 190, Stephen-street,

north. 12047

FDR SALE, Two Allotments of LAND,

containing four acres each ; about six miles from,JIelbounir>, on the load to the Lady of the Lake. . Apply to Jlr. Jo-eph Y'otmg, 158, Gicat Bowke-street, east, Melbourne.

12054

FOR SALE, an extra-strong New TENT,

nine or ten feet ¿quote, ixnnplete. Price :'. guineas. Applv, by piid letter, to C. T. E., at '.hu office of tli'is paper. 12050

Oil SALE, a substantial AVOODEN

BUILDING, suitable for a Store, 15 feet bv 12. Apply to J. Jlore-y, 120, Elizabeth

street. .- ' 12032

TJ BE SOLD, tho property of a Gentle-

man returning to England, Two Patent ,Rfc;VOL\rINfe> PISTOLS.-'ono ma'de by Dean, ! Adams, and Dean, the- other by Baker. Also 'a splendid Double-barrelled.-GUN. Each 'is provided with a cleaning apparatus, _case, .iSrc.', complete*'" Enquire at Mr. Catîôw's, Emerald,'Cottago,'EuffiraUU Hill. Also a t Circular Tent, 5 feethigh,_ and 40 feet in

joircuinfe-rencê. ? " '? " .> - 12028

TWO STATIONS ON THE LOWER

' " LAÖ1ILAN RIVER,. . ..-" -With' about 8800 ' Sheep.

rpHE undersigned have been iiistructod-by .L Isaac Shepherd, Esq., of Sydney, io put into this maiket for sale by j.rivate contiact,

About 3700 ewes of mixed ages -

3000 wcther-i do. do.

' ' ' 1600 »pring lambs

' , S300

With two.well grassed fattening «tarions, known a» Whobcy, and the ba"k of Whobey, having a large íVoníago to the Lachlan, uud well wateied at the btK-k by eieek». The sh<>ej> aro at present at the Wheeo station, Binda, County King, wh."-e they will be delivered t > the juií chiiscr, with the priviljgo of dej^a-sturing the sheep on the «nine rtition for four mouths

without charge.

Parties of moderato m-'ans anxious ti point} stock, have here an.opjiortunity of in\e-ting in a healthy fattening di-tiict at a low jiri.-e.

. . Terms liberal.

BEAR it SON.

Quoen-sUcct, Melbounie.

Lind and Stock Exch uige Room-. 12238

THE W1NNBIUN STATION, ON THE

WANNON RIVER,

Near Bryant» Creel.-, with 12,000 Sheep and

8000 Cattle.

Mcs-if. BEAK& SON

HAVE been Instructjd by the proji.iutor»lo

.offer for bale hy piivato eoottait, the above liighly-de«irnble Sheep Station a.id .-took. 1 This »tatton, which was tbiin-rly ne-euph d by- M'Lcod, Esq., is g.-n-r.i'lv allowed to be one of the bu-t st itioiis on the Wannon.

Tile country i-, -nund, «¡»'ii, and yen ¡'.moil- ing, and abtindi-.ttiy w.tt -ini in all patt'-.

Tno sil -op are ol th'-t ila-s, both as t ) <-e\ ' and ages, and a I it ^e irinib -r ato .v, ail ti.! i tor tho ui.uku. 'J'iu' cliji idiv.iys f t ht.» tho highest market price.

Fuith'-r )).iuicuiai» may be had of tin -\tic tion.'eis, (Jueeii-sl.iet, Mi-lbouili'. 1220.»

¡»HIP'S CilKONOMETi:i:.

I710R SALE.-An EIGHT-DAY SHIP'S

i CIHiONoMETEIt, «Mi ed tilka j of its going correctly, from thj captain who brought it out. On view at 32, Fluidi'is-llt»-, cast. 12IS7

O

N S A L E, as und.-r IJr.indy, M irteli's Do. ji.du do,

U>. easj

R"in, :}.> u P. Do. Colonial Cil»." Gil)

II.llf-'M.J do. Whiskey

Champagne Cider, 1 dozen capo I'm t, 1 (Wen cases Sherry, 3 do/in do.

Bottled Ale and Stout Lv. until Sytujt, ea>o

Do. do. draught

R.i^jiberry cream, caso 1 do;-,en Do, Yiut'gtir, draught

J. N. REYNOLDS & CO.,

12202 Wine and Spirit Store.

Kew Advertisements.

ON. SALE, at the Stou.s of the UiieTcE

tigncd

Ch'-t-lh'-k ten dioico

llalf-the-ts do i Quii te-r-e'v -ts wtty boxes t Che-t.-gieen t Half-ehot- do. ' ' , Colee ? . f

Sugar . {

Airo Moot i Tobacco, BaiTe-tt's

Gioce ^' twine, cord, and cob- rope:

J. N. REYNOLD*- & CO.,

12251 111, and 113, Rtifasell-strcet,

Ñ S A L K -

riour, Ado'aide, lue f v Dn, Sydney *

Oats í Di au s Oatmeal <.

Salt, fine table 1 / York h uns < 1 Dutth cheese '

Euglith do .- t 'Buttei, pumo Wollongong .

Biscuit ' Dried apples

Pails, American , Tubs, nest, do

Apply to > J. N. REYNOLDS & CO.,

AA'ho'csale Giocei, * '

AATine and Spirit Jlei chant,.

'1225S No. Ill and 113, Russ-éli-sticefí .

A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR THOSE

SEEKING AN INA'ESTJIENT OF

CAPITAL.

TO BE DISPOSED OF, by Private Cort

tiact, in eon-equence of ,1 di-soliition off1 Paitnei-ship, the Goodwill, í-tock-111-tiade, and Lease, of a Wine and hpnit Establishments doing an excellent and lucratis u bumuess. TlwTconnection is laige and capable of great exton-ion. The piuni-es aie adtuiraMy adapted foi the bu-inc=s. and aie held on vciy fa vol able term-, and the Pioswion andGiocerjr tiade may be seiy advaiitagcmHy added to it. Tothojedeii'ousofenteiingnitoapiofitablebutii nessatonte, and 1 eali/ing ac-e'ram.mcl-mcincle pend'-nce, the p; osent "is a ehancc not to {10 niis-ed. All fuithci paitieul.irs may be ob tained, by principals alone, on applying to

-' *' M ANDERS, DOAVN, & CO.,

12021 . I1G, Lon-d lif-tre-ei, wist.

T

3 bc^OLD, by Private Conti act, a nibstan _ tial Two-roömed Blick Cottage, situated in Eitfle Argyle-street, Collingwood.

¡ Also, a Two-ioomed Weit lier-bom dod. Cot- tage, situated in Gieat Aigyle-sfioet, Colling- wood.' lunn .'dinte post-ossion can bo gi voit.. . For furlhei- paiticulais inqui'c of Mr. Mai tim tho propi ictor, on the jneniiteF. 12019

I70R SALE, on boaid the William and'

. James schooner, in quantities to timk

purchasers, 200 Bushels Clacked Mai/.c, 1000' feet Timber, /1-inch New Zealand Pine) «nit 200 feet Scantling, 3x4; apply to the Captiin onboard, Queen's Whaif.

January loth, 1S53. 12125

FOR SALE, Feather Bed. Bolslei, and"

Pillow, u quantity of Kal thornvale, lion ware, and various other ai tides, 2 sets of good! plain Hal ness, Picks, Shovels, Gi adie», Ac Apply at the thud tent (right hind) over tho - [Yarra Bridge. Red handkeichief for (lag.

?_ _12122.

TO BE DISPOSED OF,

N INN, -within a fnw miles of the Ovene-'

Diggings. For pal tiniilar«. apply to '

BROWN AND STEWART,

12154 Eli/abeth-sticet.

A

TO BE SOLD, a TENT, 11 feet, by.

Edgington, peifctly in»-, and a ielot' ANALYZING CHEMICALS with Appain tus; apply to Morriss, No. 3, Home for Iloiise le»» linmigiants, Prince'» Bridge. 1210,(.

FOR SALE.

ALL tint valuable PIECE of GROUND

connecting Biun»wick-stieet with Mt/-. Roy-street, and lying between Gertrude antl Ilanover stleet«, in 'Colline«ood, haMiig ,* frontage of 39 feet to Bl misw ¡ck-,ti cet, with a similar frontage to l'it/lioy-'-tieet, and a ricptii throughout pi 204 feet, including I tuo-iooiuixT Cottages. For furtln-i j'articulai h apply lu Mr. C. Maye», Land A¿ent, Biuii'v\ulv->-ü«>i't .

m 12105

_12105

LANDED ex Clarenc, St« .mur, dom L.tui-'

oe-ton, and at tho sto-.es of tlie Under-

signed.

Six Cases Fruit, by the above \e-vcl, ad dre's-ed to Joliu Hairi-mi, Fli.idoi-law.

Unle-s claimed ,md t.ikt-11 away befoie Friday next, will bo .sold to pay cxp-m-ii.

IÍEADLAJI, BAYLES, <& CO.,

' 2 J and 25, Jlarkct-K-uaic'. ""' Jtelbourne, .

19th Jaiuuuy, 1.-50. 12192 '

COIR ROI-j:.

OR SALE, on b-iaiJ iii . barque Salopian,

in llob-on's B,iv, nea- Li.ndel's Beach

121 SU ?

F

F'Jil SALE at the Stn'es of the nucleisigne-cL

Tv.o Tons of superim lii-euit fit fur Üiu

digging-,

AV. O. GRAVE & SON,

11531 Jlarket squnie.

np ) PROFESIÓN VL HEN.-Foi Halo, it X enmfoit.ib'.e Fi.nil..- Re-idenee with good gnidui, i'l an c.vellui' eciiti.il fitu.itioii.

For pirti'-uhti-, apply to Jlr. Wini cr. 7(!, Col liiis-sttcct, wc-t. " 12205

J' ARGE uell-built STORE for Sale, oil'b'liu

_V de -'mo, willi lion: .j!" to th it'fleet,

near theAVh.itf ; apply to Jil. Winti-r, 7»! Col- lin-tie t, we-t. I200Í!

i-TOÏÏÏÏTÂlrTHE DIGGINGS.

FOR SALE, at lluii'i'o. a AVoi dui Storer

uiih *-ioik ; iip}'!; t->

lyall. m.u.ki:nz;i: and co.,

Coi nu- ol' 'j'-i n-sti'-et,

12157 A'.d i'lindois-litncr

FOR ,-AI.K

rp:iii HE Fi'-t-iar" Cb..;- . Caris new, Van X I'ieiiitn's Land in ike. by Ciiickir.

O Us and Coa!--, in au, c,- lillirie».

r.noRGi: si. jiouiutx, Gy-sy Ofii c, Iii, K'l.g-t. -el.

Melbourne-', «faun uy l'i< i, IK*,.). I21fc;>.

TO RE r-Oi.D,

Til \T mii.'h ¡Mimili ,\ u.a d-lighlftilly siui

at'd ii-Menee on tb. -i-ing bank of they Ymr.i, the p.iipi-.t-, i.f tin- undoi lulled, ll-ing" )HHli"ii -Nu. Is .if-eui m Ni'. (!. in the p.ui-h of lliiitinud na : rout.iii.ing V \ ni-r«"* of Laiuf,

..¡mated li-al to the p.<)pe-.(."M>f Jtillll MiWOtl, " T. II. Power, ninl .1 I', Palmer, 10-qiH., anct

about 30 chiin- fn in the- '.Huge ol' H.iWtlioifi. .

On the pinpcrty is vi-'uul a neat 1'iicU ('oit.ige, willi vu,uni iii i-i fiont, and cr-ntninv fho i lunn- and pa-.m,e,wit!indi (aelvd kitchen, -table, tun fowl-yaid-, Av.

The Cottage i- situate«! 'ii a ga:di ii i l'abolie1 two ai ie-, ia-lef'iillv trii.iinuilcri with all serta of ehniee llu.vus -hiuli-, iv«\, and wi II n'nclceil'

willi -..me «if the h'-M fiuit-tiei-n .mil vine« ht* . tho colony, all m'iiie be-i -e-rf-; (hey have bceti'.v bearing thiit three yeai-.eiid In pi il'cclion.

Olio half of the land ii.is been crop-» <1 (Ira pa-t year, the lot is a l-.i-miijí pinldoek, well

timbeied. Thi-ipio] nty ha- a fioiitnge to lilis" Government »omi, 1' iding I'miii (lie village of Hawthorn to the River Yana; the distance

iiomtha river being about ton chains- ; in tho-.

lear it fionl- another Gove:niiient Road leading : from the village to Gaidiioi'n Cieek, ¡mil from therre lom-.d to (he Bri« (go at Jlolliounio.

Gentlemen deshous of pureba* tug thin ' property either as a leskleuce-or fur invest- ment, should at once avail themselves of snell a ian) oppoitunity. '¡'he picinise* can bo

inspected any day between tho hows of tworvo

and six o'eloclc

J2IÍ.0 GEO. T. MoKELVEY..

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