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BOOKS.-The following Valuable Works

to b3 sold together or sepa-ately, at the *r -prices annexed.

Byron's Life and Works, complete in 2 vols., royal Svo, neatly bound in half calf, with t beautiful engrav¡ng*- by Finden, £2 10s.

. The Briti-h Cv clopaidh of Arts and Sciences, 2 vols, Biogi.vjihy, 2 vol«1., Natural Histoiy, 3 vols., and Lito.atuie, History, tfce., 3 vols.. * the whole forming 10 vols, royal 8vo, noll

bound in full eal!', and illustiated with nu Tnr.ous maps and engi.ivings, £5 5s.

The History of England, fiom the Roman Invasion to the present leign, by G. F. Tom ' lins, complete in G vols., neatly bound in

cloth, £2 2s.

Combe'» Elements of Phrenology, 12mo, board'«, L-.

Chambo«-ó Atlas f.v the People, including 34 map?, with Index and Illustiated Descrip- tion, 4to, half morocco, I."*«.

Bames's Commentary on the New Testa- ment, edited by Di. Cumming, complete in 11 vols., crown "svo, cloth, £2. i

Arehbi-hop Leighton's Commentai}' on St. "Pcfr, 2 vu's , 12mo, handsomely bound in "whole morocco, gilt edge«, 15s. '

The Spectator, complete in 1 vol., loyal Svo, cloth, with S poittaits on steel, 9s. !

Thiel s'.s Histoiy of tho French Revolution, complete in 1 vol., iov.ll Svo, neath* bound in hs'f-Mlf £15«.*

Ke'ith's Ti ¡gonomctry, Svo, cloth, 7s Gd.

Brewei's Guide to Science, ISmo, cloth, 3s. Gd. I

Black"; Etvmolog'cal Dictionary; ISmo. '?cloth, 3s. Gd."

Applv by letter, with addiess, to L. Q>, office of this paper. ' 13233

PJR SALE-TWO COTTAGES,,of twb

rooms each, with verandah, situated in Ryrie's paddock, Collingwood, on an'allotment of 25 feet frontage, by a depth of 82 feet,-with privilege ofa right of way, price, £250 : ajiply ta A. Glyne*-aii, on the promises. 13227

FOR SALE, 33 feet of Ground to Nichol-

son-street, by 120 feet deep to Mew-street, '."jTiiiigivnod, n;ar tho Tiaveller's Rest; cñ

oiiire of Mr. Kinsman, London Mart, Mel bourne. ' 13213

TO GOLD DIGGERS.

ON SALE, at tho store of the undersigned,

an Iron Pump, with standards, and extra gutta pel elia tubing.

- , HENRY SLANEY,

,* Queen-street,

_ Opposite Messrs. Jackson, Rao and Co.'s , . . , ,. 1320S ,

, . \ « SPLENDID assortment of Valentines for -¿A. silo, about 14 dozen ; apply at 4 Great Namer-strcet, near the Gown and Anchor, Col i ling-wood. , 18217

L VTOW SELLING, General^ Drapery, gent's

A\ and ladies' clothing, stationery, boot«,

«te., Russell-street, next door to the Australia Felix Hotil, Botirke-str«ct. *- '

- - P.S.-Goods bought. 13218 ; ,. ' TO DEALERS AND OTHERS. _ !

. \ N Invoice of Rendy-Mado Clothing and ._JrX other articles for sale cheap, by a recent .> arrival. Enquire of Mr. Crisp, Boot and Shoe .Maker, Smith-street, near the Collingwood

Hotel. - . 13223 '

TO GOLD DIGGERS 'AND OTHERS.

ON SALE, at tli2 Storo of tho Under-

signed, ' \ One Iron Pump, with standards and extra gutta percha tubing. ' ¡

' , HENRY- SLANEY, j

« Queen Streck '" j 13229 Opposite Messrs. Jackson, Rae x Co.'s

TT CAPTAINS, SEA.MEN, and Other-.,

A Child's Caul for -sale; apply to

T. R. W. G., post paid, office of this iiaper, |

.Melbourne. J 3244

F" OR SALE, Throe Copper Boilers, from 20

gallons to 200, to be seen at tho Yarra Coffeo and Dining Rooms, Williams-street,

next to the Svdncv Hotal. 1825« '

FOR SALE, bv Private Contract, Two,

Comfortable Little Cottages, situate inj -Graham-stieet, Collingwood, with a com- modious Stable. For further pal ticulais apply to Edwaul Binge, near Mr. Mullin's, grocer, r Young-sticet, Collingwood. 13258

prahran:

SEVERAL Choice Building Allotments of

Lund for sale. Also, a Cottage with good gai den. For particulars apply ^to Mr. John Cooper, Solicitor, Pinhrnn. 13287

TO ASSAYERS AND PRACTICAL

CHEMISTS.

1"jlDU Disposal, a variety of Apparatus wich

pure chemical«!. Also, the last edition of Dr. Andiow Ure's Dietionaiv, apply at Mr. Ford's, Chemist, Swanston-street. 13292

TO JEWELLERS AND OTHERS.

FOR SALE, a small Pair of Flatting Mills

in good condition ; apply to Mr. Carter, -81, Collins-sticet, east. 1330S

FREEHOLD ESTATE, AND SHEEP.

FOR SALE, either by ordinary payment,

or by an annuity on lives.

A valuable Property, consisting of 1188 aeies of purchased Land, on the Merribee River, about twenty miles-fiom Melbourne, wtehtíie lease of 1900 acres adjoining, on which is a good residenco, and all the lequisitos for a com- fortable homestead, together with lal gc and well-fenced paddock.

With tho land will be sold about 2300 Sheep,

tho larger portion of which are pura rams and owe.« of approved bleed; the wholo presenting an excellent opportunity for investment, with

the ccrtiinry of a laigo annual return.

i For further particulars, apply to Mr. Win- ter, 7G, Collins-street, weat, opposite the Bank

of Australava._13409

GARDEN and Building Allotment« at

Boroondara, from 1 acre upiv.tids, one mile from Richmond Bl idgc ; "oil and situation excellent ; apply to Mr. Winter, 70 CollinV btaeet, west. - 1339G

LAUNCESTON.-For Sale, alargo and ex

cellont Family House, in first-r.ito situa- tion. TI ins and particulars may be seen at Mr. Winter's Land Otlise, 7G Colliiis-stteet, west. , ' ' 18100

BUILDING LEASE S of Land in Bourke

street, west, may be obtained on applica- tion to Mr. Winter, opposite the Bank of Aus- tralasia. The situation cent!al, und voit suit- able for burnie«*. 138U7

FARMS for SALE, of excellent soil, within a

moderate dist-moe of Melbourne, and of vari «us sues apply to Mv. Winter, 73 Collins sticet, we=t. 13398

BUILDING LEASES may bo obtained of

«mall allotments ni.iv town, by applying 13 Mr. Winter, 7G Collius-it*-ect, west.

- 13099

MOORAP.BIN.-Foi Silo, a Good Section

for subdivision, soveial small Fui m and Building Lots: apply to Mt. Winter, opi*os'.to the Bank of Australasia. 13101

ON SALE at the Stores of the Undor

«igned

Rut-phony vinegar in qr.-cosks

Do ' do in caws Salmon in keg

Maekeiel in half ban els

Do in qr. do Do in keg

HENRY and JOHN COOKE,

181 («7_Fliiidors-sticot, wot,

FOR SALE.-Two small Medicino Cliesti,

neatly fitted, with niodicuies complete. Apply to Captain Browne, at J. Ilontv's. 11, little ColliiH-stieet. IUlî-il

OATMEAL.

ON nalc, tho Cargo of tlio Witness, from

the port of Banff.

Also, a qaantity of tina old Scotoh Whisky. Apply by letter to tho Subscriber, caro of Messrs,; S th, WiUlaui**n and Co., or on

i ard,

K... JAMES DALLAS.

A

Mew Advertisements.

HIGHLY RESPECTABLE PERSON, lately arrived from England, is desirous for a situation as Housekeeper, or a Companion to a lady; she perfectly understands every   description of needlework, and should be happy to make herself generally useful: address, A. B., Mr. Bennett's, No. 60, Collins-street.

13,410

FOR SALE.-A splendid Rifle, by Morti-

mer, of London: will carry either shot or ball, with bullet-mould complete ; apply at the Thorwalsden Coffee Tent, Canvass Town.

13311 '

TO BREWERS, AND OTHERS.

M. M'CAW & CO. have on sale at their

Repository, Bourke-street, three su-     perior Pumps (two forcing and one common),   made in Liverpool express to order of a brewer in the colony. 13362

BRISBANE BROTHERS have on sale a

quantity of cast iron spouting, down   pipes and heads, zinc, tin, and galvanized iron spouting made to order on the most reasonable terms. Portable pumps in convenient lengths for the diggings, made of any metal, on the shortest notice. Digging parties, country   stores, and the trade supplied, with all kinds of tin, copper, sheet iron, and zinc goods, at greatly reduced prices, 32, Elizabeth-street.

13-122

TO BE SOLD-A Tent of 9 feet square quite new, by Edgington, suitable for a   party of four, jointed poles ; apply to Parker, 4, Home for Homeless Immigrants, Princes' Bridge. * 13421

JUST LANDED," ex Panola, and for Sale

at the Stores of the undersigned-The choicest assortment of Slops ever imported into this market. The attention of the trade is directed to the above. .

SALAMUN, MARKS & CO.,   Next to Rowling and Phillips's      

Victoria Iron Store   225a, Elizabeth-street. , 13480  

A PARTY proceeding to the Diggings

wishes to part with various articles Two mattresses, kettle frying-pan, &c., ex- posed for sale near the Lamb Inn, head of Elizabeth-street. 13433

WROUGHT-IRON SAFES, mañufac

tuied by W. Mann, of London, fitted sv'th Marr's Patent Locks, on sale at Jenes and Co's, Emigrants' Luggage Store, Flin- ders-lane, Swaubtou-strcet, adjoining Weie and Co. 13299 '

*_i_ EX CONDOR, FROM'LIVERPOOL.

FOR SALE,-5D0 Barrels Flour, now land-

ing.

F. R. WALLEN & SONS,

i. 13342 2(i, Queen-street.

' EX ARGO, FROM LIVERPOOL.

FOR SALE in the Bay, or soon as landed

500 barrels flour  

400 firkin of prime Irish butter

». 30 boxes bacon, &c, in lots to suit

purchasers.  

4 F. R. WALLEN Ss SONS,

13313 20, Queen-street.

N'

EX ALIPORE AND CONDOR.

OW LANDING dom the above ve»5cls

Summer coats and s-csts

Fancy silk and satin vcits Do. "do. opera ties

. White muslin dresses, ready made .md

trimmed

' i An a-v-orte 1 lot of men's boots and shoes

Childrons' braided Deny clothing.

S. NIGHTINGALE ALEXANDER,

13351 3(1, Flinders-lane, east.

T' 0 MERCHANTS.--For Sale, a large Store

'_ and Dwelling-house in Collins-street, ad- jacent to Quoen's Whtuf ; apply to Mr. Winter, opposite the Bank of Australasia. - 13403

WILLIAMSTOWN.-For Sale, an original

half-acre allotment, several good build- ing allotments and house«, of various sizes

apply to Mr. Winter, opposite the Bank of Aus- tralasia, i ' 13402

i"7A/~\A SHEEP, and a good Station, on I VUV the Btoken River, for salo ; for further particular«, apply to Mr. Winter, 76 Collms-slrect, svest. 13404

>*TORTH and^SOUTH ELWOOD.-Beau

^ tiful Marine Allotments for sale, from 2 to 3 acres each, about 4 miles from 3Iel boume; apply to Mr. Winter, 70 Collins-stiect, west. 13406

DYSENTERY.

Dr. Parkes's American Dysentery Prevcntative. The best medicine to -prevent and ouro Dysen-

tery, Di.iuhcea, Colic, Spa-im«, Cramp and Pain in the Stomach and Bosvcls.

THIS ma-t Valuable Medicine, which Is not

di>agiocablo in taste, and will always keep good, hw» cured thousand? of cases of tho above disease-, in California and America. Pi ice 5s. a bottle. Full d'lect'ons regal ding diqt, self mauogement, iS*c. are onelovjd with each bottle.

D'R. PARKES'S EYE LOTION,

For the euro of Ophthalmia, Blight, Inflamma-

tion, Weakness of Sight, Watering of the _Eyes, and sorone») of tho Lids.

"T1HIS is the best known Remedy. It only JL requires a trial to prove how quickly it

will check and .cure the abovo diseases. Price 3s. Gd. a bottle, with full directions for uso, (fee.

Agent for tho Colony of Victoria, E. Plum- mer, Chemist, 145 Elúabeth-street, Melbourne. Sold by J. Western, Chemist, Yarra-strcet, Geelong, and may be obtained of all cbomists and general stoiekeepers. -

Do not bo persuaded to buy a spurious imi t ton. 13260

LOST, or Taken in Mistake, from the

Queen's Wharf, just landed from the ship, Try, a Fox, with iron handles, containing Wearing Apparel, Linen, etc. ; whoever will bring the same to Mr. Mulford, 21, Steven- street, will be rewarded. 13242

LOST, between Collingxvood and tho South

Yurru Encampment, a Packet of Letters, addressed to Sir Alfred Stephen, Sydney ; who- ever svill bring the same to the oilice of Mr. .F. St phen, Solicitor, Sw.anston-strset, shall be re worded. 13230

FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

STOLEN on the night of the 22nd, ftom tho

stable at the corner of Lonsdale and Ste-

phen bticets, a Gioy Horse, biandcd S within ci.-elo on near shouldor, and near side of neck.

Whoever will give such information as isylll lead to tho rocovory of tho same shall receive tlie above reward-£o.

D. TOTTER,

Biker, 194, Stephen-street.

MellMtinic, 2-lth January, 1S53. 13295 '

STOLEN or strayed, on Friday, tho 21st of

Januaiy, from Aitken'1) Gap, ono Roan Horse, branded on the near shoulder.

One Brown Ho- se, sixteen, hands high, broke in the mouth on the left side, svith a star on the

forehead.

One M ne biandcd CB, sa Idle mark on her back. A lovard of £30 svill bo gis cn for the .those, oi £ 10 eiîh.npoii info 'marion beinggivon at the office of thi< paper._l.U.'i"

FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

LOST or STOLEN, fiom Mr. Phillipa

paddock, on Spring Cieck, about two months ago, two M.uci., one daik bay malo, black point!, mihi and t lil, ab mt fifteen hand* high, a lillie svbito down the face, a small saddle in.uk, a little injin ed in tho lower joint of the hind leg; eight yean old, and branded on* tho shoulder RU. One light bay mare, Hook miin and tail, black points', close on fit- ted bauds high, Miull in etty he id, rising four years old, and l.randea on the near riioulder thus y, the letter A ievor»etl, both weie within a srt'ck of foiling when lent; the foals noss (¡f lu aocident) will be plx or. seven svockti old ; any poi-son delivering tho same at Mr. Henry Phillips'» Station, or giv« such information Rn will load to their recovery, shall receivo the

\lwvo reward.

ALLAN M'DONALD. Gleoeoo, near Warrnauiboo),

20th Jan., 1S53. 18281

Kew AdYertiaementB. TEN POUNDS REWARD.

Ot TOLEN from tho Kildare Works. Geelong Í15 a lal gc light green Spring Cart, led inside, top board on the side fixed on the outside, flic

lower boaid fixed in the in-ide.

Five Pounds Reward will be paid upon the tecoveiy of the Cart, and a fuith« reward of Five Pounds upon conviction oftho ofiendeis.

LISTAR, BRADFORD tfc CO.,

Geelong. Dated Januaiy 25th, 1853. 13472

STOLEN.

STOLEN on the moulin _ of. the 25th, from

the yard of Win. Thorna*-, back of Bouike sticét, a Black Mare, white streak down the face, ring bland on left side, a soar on the ofi side of- tho rump. Whoever dis;over* the oriunders s all receive the sum of>£2-upoii conviction of the thief. . i

, , . WM. THOMAS,

13275 23, GreatBouike-.ticet,west. '

FIVE POUNDS REWARD. !

STOLEN or Strayed, ftoni Linrdet's Beach, n

Black Mare, branded on the near shoulder JN, on the off shouIder-GS, with the off hind fatloek white. Whoever will give information

of the same to '' '

MR. ERNEST CARTER,,

i SI, Collins-street, east, 'will receive the abovo rewaid. 12856'

FOUND ASTRAY on my Farm, aboutv2CO

Sheep; the owner can Jiave them by pay- ing all expenses. «

MALCOLM« M'LE AN, '

J322G Dai chin Creek.

FOUND, on Sunday last, at the Wharf,' a

Gold Albert Cliain. The owner can have it by applying to William Hinds, Gjoeor, corner of Queen and Little Collins «-neets.

J3SG3

LOST, a Red Leather Pocket Book, cm

_t a nmg a seaman's rçgistei-tickct. a chief mate's certificate, and other papers. Whoever reu m s the. saine to the .office of, this paper will berewaided. . ' 13334'

LUST.-Memorandum-, oonslsling of Re-

ceipts and Lettors; two aie addressed, Walford, England. Any one ' hiiuging the above to the coiuiting-liouse of Movis. Piek ford, Gicville and Co., shall berewaided.

131031 TWENTY POUNDS REWARD.

Caution to Auctioneers, IVandkccpcrs, nid ?

Others. ,

STOLEN or STRAYED, from White Horse

Gully, Forest Creek, on the 19th January,

1853, a dark Bay Mare, black points, small white   spot on face, branded N on near shoulder, rising   four years old, about 15 hands high. Whoever will deliver or give such information as will lead to the recovery of the abovo mare at Messrs. Ball and Welch's Store, Wattle Flat, shall receive a reward of £5 if strayed, or £20 on con-

viction of the thief.      

13273 R. MONEYMENT & CO.  

GOVERNMENT NOTICE - MOUNT ALEXANDER ROAD.

Civil Engineers Office,

i Melbourne, 25id Januar}', 11553. TENDERS will be received until'Friday,

4th proximo, at the Road Office, Gis- borne, fiom parties willing to Contract for Clearing, Trenching, and Foi ming certain por- tions of the Mount Alexander Road, which will bo the subject of separate conti acts.

The specifications may bo seen and further information obtained on the works, at the, afoicsaid office. '

The Government will not necessarily accept any or the lowest tender. j

SAMUEL CHARLES BREES, ? 13S38 , . Civil Engineer. «

GOVERNMENT NOTICE.

Civil Engineers Office,

King-street, Melbourne, . <

25th Januar}*, 1S53.

LABORERS WANTED;, apply at this

office. ,

SAMUEL CHA'RLES BREES,

1333G Civil Engineer.

SELECT DAY-SCIIOOL FOR YOUNG

GENTLEMEN.

MR. WILLMOTT having had consider-

able experience in Tuition, begs" to in foi m the inhabitants of Melbourne and its vicinity, that he has commenced a select Day School for young Gentlemen, wheio ho will give instructions in Writing, Grammar, Com- position, Elocution, Logic ; thehighci brunches of jVrithnietie, with Algebra ; the principles, of of Geometry and Mensuiation; the Latin and Greek^ Classics ; Geogiapby, Ancient and Modern History, Chronology; French, Music, aud Drawing. "

The system adopted by Mr. W. is emulative, and one calculated to di aw forth the mental powers and excite a thirst after knowledgo -

In discipline, it is the object of Mr. W. to

combine mildness with finnness.

At the end of each Session a report will be foi wai dod to the Parents of each Pupil, shew- ing the amount of attendance, industry, pro- gress in each department, and general" merit.

Hours of attendance, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Terms, per quartei in advance

Quarter to commence from time of entrance. Tho School-room which is largo and airy, is situated in Lonsdalc-strcct.- next to Passmoic's Hotel. .

Evening classes for tho study of Book-keep- ing, Accounts, iw. For particulars apply dur- ing school hours, or at Mr. Andiew s, 1G3, EH-tabeth-etiect. - ' 12022

TO MASTER MASONS AND BRICK-

LAYERS.

TENDERS aro lequiied for Building the

Foundations of an lion Store, also a Houso. The Tenders to specify tho amount requited foi* the above either in Brick or Stone work, with or»without the contractor finding materials.

Particulars may bo had on application to tho Undersigned, to whom tenders aro to bo ad- dressed ; but the uudorsignod do. not bind thomselves to accept the lowest or any other

tender made.

WOOLLEY & ROBINSON,

Degraves's Bonded and Free Stores, 134-15 Queen-sttcet, Melbourne.

NOTICE.

WR. PROBERT and Co., Commission

. Agents, etc., 40, Flinders-lane, and at Sandridge, having just erected lal gc Stores at tlio latter place, within about a bundled ya ds from Liai dot's Piei, aro now prepared to cai ry on the genolal business ofa Commission and Port Agency.

Goods and Luggage of all kinds carefully

Stoi ed.

Goods and Wool shipped on behalf of Mer-

chants and Stockholdeis.

Goods and P.usuigcrs' Luggage landed and

carted.

Shipping supplied ii ¡th Stores of all kitnK N.B.-Captains of Voa-els in Ilaibor, c.i'i have their lcteis and newspapers addie mod to the aire of W. R. P. and Cj., bandi idge.

13119

COALS.

Colonial S-j'iotary'g Ofuco, Melbourne,

19 Januaiy, 183J.

NOTICE is heieby given that Tenders «ill

be loceived until noon of Tuesday next, the 1st Febiu.uy, for furnishing coal to the Co- lonial Government of Victoria during the pio

sont year.

Tenders for the aliove to bo enclosed in en- velope, sealed, and ondowed, " Tender for Coal," ana deposited in the box maiked «« Tendel» for Woiks and Stoi es," placed In tlio entiance passage oftho Colonial Treasury, Will i-im-ntreet, or foi wauled por post, ¡ucpaid, and addtcäsod to tho "Boaid for opening Tendois, Colonial Tieasury, Melbourne.

The Government will not necessarily accept tho lowest or any tender.

By His Excellency's command, 1S323 F. W. LONSDALE.

TENDERS roqulred for Building by Con-

tract, six additional rooms. Parties wil- ling to contract for tho samo can aoe plans, Ac, by applying to

M. ROBERTSON, North Sur Hotel.

jKitiAry, 25, 1853. _ 18S31

If ew AdverttoeMenf.

ALLISON tfc CO. lieg to inform the public that they haxe o-w-ned n Drapery and'Milliiioiy Iv-tablbhrncnt, No. 100, Collin-i stieet, east, with alargo and well assorted stock of the latest Loudon and Paris fashions. 13411

T,

I^s R WALLEN ti, SONS.20, Queen-stiect,

. «aie piepaiod to mako adx'ances on tile staple at ticlcb ot this colony to eonjignnient of their Friendsin Ergland

Melbourne 215th January, 1853 10310

CHARLES WILKIE'S Melbourne (Jillet

Cellars or Temple of Harmony, Royal - Hotel, open this evening Admissionls.

Commence at S o'clock. 13349

"¡"kyTONEY advanced on Oroodbct uiity ; apply LYJL F. S. Gi ay, Ship and Comnnsaion Agent, 6S, Flinders-stier-t, Whan, ' 13S19

SELECT RESIDENCE. -

t

Important to New Arrivals and Capitalists.

To be Let; oi the Intel est Sold. '

TWO Comfoi table and Well-crcctcd Cot-

tage?, nicely situated and in n healthy locality and respectable neighbouihood, svithm fire minutes' walk of the Prince's Bridge, con- taining two rooms each, svith kitchen at- tached.

Also, í

Six buildingjots, twenty^ feet by thirty-th.ee,

most dosh ably situated.

Teims v.ill" be found liberal,'to suit pui chnsers. &e. , - - ,

Foi particulars and permission to view, . _

Apply to ' i

M'CORMACK-,& SON,

13481~ - Agency Offices, 84, Bquikc-stiect.

.REDUCTION IN PRICE OF BREAD.

BANGE Ss SON, 115, Ê'ttbî Loiiädale

street, and 155, Stepheii-street, Mel

botinie, .Bread and Biscuit B.akcis.

Mc*h B. beg to infbim the public they aie now selling thex ely best Wheateu Bl ead at

14d. tlie 4 lb Loaf.

Shops supplied svith ,t libeial allosvancc. /

* ' ' 184G0

NOTICE TO SHIP-OWNERS, CAP- s

. TAIN'S, AND SEAMEN. <

JM'CCRMACK and SON, Licensed

. Shipping Agents, have to inform the above, that they have kindly been fax'orcd with acojniiiiodatiou ami a temporary cfliee. for theil Shipping and Forwarding Agency Busi- ness, by , i '

Mr. O'BRIEN, i

at his Adelaide,Shipping Office, and their bu- siness: will bo conducted at his sv oll-kiio>vn Oflitcs, Miiiket Stjuaic, until.biiitahle Waio houses and Oflkc« eaubo erected, when due notice will bo giren. ( 13175'

ROYAL HOTEL STABLES. ,

To the ladies and Gentlemen of the City o'

Melbourne. '

K1CHARD EDWARDS, with a feeling of

/ gratitude, bogs to- rolurn his sinceie thanks to their honora -the Judges and otilen, his íegul in* custom da for tho libei.il pationage he Ins leccivcd at their lumds, and, in the mean time, he feels in duty bound, in anssve1 to scx-eial inquiries made to him for his lc.oson for lelinquishing bushier, to inform his kind friends that he did in July last take the aliove pi émises for twelve months from Mr. Johnson, the late propi ieter. of the hotel ; but osving to some nice point of law, which the present pio prietor (Mr. Hickling) is quite up to, ho being a lass-yci by ptofc-sion, R. E., ssho is not fond of law, quietly lelinquishos his rights, and suc- cumbs to the m yesty of the 1 iw * and not being able to piocuic p: émises suitable for his busi- ness, under the-,o circumstances he is compelled to place the whole of his stock in the hundo of the auctioneer, and positix-cly to be sold, svith out the least reserve, on Monday, the 7th of Febiuary next. 13452

JUST arrived fiom Englattd, and on Sale

at Vraindow Cot'ago, King-William-sti cet Collingwood, the follow ¡r.g piopeity, which will be offeicd at English pi ices

A gi cat variety of Macintosh and patent

xsuter-pioof article?, consisting of Gig and cart cusljions

Patent spirit and water bottles . Sponging batlis

Cloth's for tents

Women'» and men's over shoos &c. ¡

AL.50,

8 veiy handsome 15 day and other tim0

pieces '

A quantity of ladies' dieR.se% Ssc, of the

n 2 west sty!o3.

ASD,

A lai go assortment of other goods.

Tho abo\*c svill be offcied at about one hal1" the price that is eliarged in Melbourne and

elsewhere.

Note.-Right opposite Mr. Williams, Clie^ mist, G.oat Biunssvick-strcet. 13482

Colonial beuetaty's Ottice,

Melbourne, January 25th, 1853.

NOTICE is heicby given, that Tendéis svill

be received until uoon of T.ue<-day, the 1st day of February next, for furnishing the undei mentioned supplies to the Colonial Go-

vernment of Victoria.

10,000 Bushels of Oats,

5,000 do. ofBian.

Tenders for the above to bo enclo-wl in envelope, scaled, and endoisod " Tender foi (as the case may be) and deposited in the box

maikcd "Tenders for Woiks and Stoics."

placed in the cntiancc passage of tho Colonial Tieasury, William-Street, or foiwaided per post, piepaid, and addiesbcd to the " Boaid foi

openiiig Tenders," Colonial Ticasuiy, Mel-i

bounie.

Tho Government svill not necessarily accept the lowest, or any Tender.

, By His Excellency's command,

13324 ' v W. LONSDALE.

TO bo had for ¡.removing, several cal Hoads

of good Gat den Manure; apply at the corner of La Tiobo-stieet and Swanston stieet.

1313Ü

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE, , SI-HUT, AND OROCERY STORE,

58, Eli/.abcth-stieet, oppusito the London Matt. JAMES'NICHOLSON begs to inform the

inhabitants of Melbourne and its vicinity that he has opened as above montioned, and hopes that by sti ict attention to business, and foiling the best aitioles at a fair price, to merit that suppoit which it will ever be his study to

deserve.

Countiy oi dois punctually attended to. 58, Elizabeth-stieet,

January 2Cth, 1853. 13113

THIS is to Ceitify, that Thomas Jones

brought our respèctis o parties and goods up to Campbell'». Clock, quito bafe. Rtchaid R. Piper and pal ty, William Rowley, George Hastings and patty, Hugh C. Seymour^ and

party.

Oulcis for Thomas Jones* to be loft at Mr. Snith's, Great Britain Coffee House, Cauvass Town. x

Campbell's Cicek,

20.li January, 1853. 13305

RUBBLE STONE WORK.

CONTRACTS are required to erect the

Walls of a Store near the Wharf.

All information may be obtained at the  

office of

GAVIN RALSTON,

Flinders-lane, 4 doors from   13309 Market Square.

PAPER HANGING, Neatly, Cheaply, and

expAlitiotifly Executed. Address Spring, olli"o ot this piper. 18248

MR. HENRY JENNINGS, Solicitor, has

remos ed his offices to the comei of

Bouike and Queen stioets, nott the LegMalis-o

Council. 13158

MR. M. P. STEPHENSON, of Bristol,

returns to England jw Sarah Sands, snd will exec lto any commissions that may be entrusted to him; npplv at Mr. Lowe's, 111,. Great Bourke-strcct. ' 13370

THE NELSON FAMILY will givo their

Musical Entertainment on Friday nett, January 2Sth, on which occasion will bo por- tel med " Lovo and Ex])«t ¡euee," in addition to the Concert at Prote»Unt Hall. 1324«

Mew AdverMeeiaentP e CITY OF MELBOURNE.

NOTICE is hereby given that on Friday

next, the 28th instant, at Two o'clock, v.M., the Council of the City of Melbourne will meet, by adjournment, at the Council Chamber in the Mechamos' In-titution, Collins-street, foi the purposc.ttiicr alta of considei ¡ng and oi del- ing upon the Valuation of all buildings and tenements, with tho appurtenances theicunto belonging, within the City, made b} the City Valuators, and of healing and determining upon all objections against the amount of Valu- ation, which have been lodged with the Town Cleik, in confoimity with notice, and all pel sons who lui e lodged notices of objection aie îequircd to give then attendance accordingly.

The objections will be consideied alphabeti cdll} in the following oidei,-NL*. .

Fitz Roy Ward, Gipps Waid,

La Trobe W.a.d, Bourke Waul,

Lonsddo Waid.

Tho objectois must attend personally or hy agent, and adduce such evidence as-they may consider nceessaiy in support of their ob- jections.

1 * WILLIAM KERR,

Town Clerk.

Town Clerk's Office, i

_25th January, 1853;_ 13162.

DAGUERREOTYPES"! ! DAGUERREO-

TYPES ! ! "

NOTICE TO, THE PUBLIC. - MR.

LIVEZEY has airived in Melbourne, with n fine collection of materials for the above profession, and is now piepaied to take Like liesses by the late«t improvements of i the age. Call and sou his specimens at 80, Collins-stieet, east. N.B.-Chaigeo moderate. No Piefuics delivered unless peifectly satisfactory. 13398,

NOTICE.-On and after this date, no debts

conti acted by Mrs. Evans will be pail by 'me, William JSvans,-Mis. Evans and myself having parted by mutual consol t

_, 13435 j

"NOTICE. ' I THE Poison who took chnrgo of tho Goods

bolongiug ta Geoigo Dunean Lockhart, and which were left in his charge at Aitkin's Gap, by James Middleton, last .November, is lcquested to cQmuiuuu.atc with James Graham, Esq., Russell-street, with regald to their

vv hereabouts. 13250 I

NOTICE.

THE Business at picwnt ca'ried on by the

undersigned in Wairnambool, will, after the 31st instant, be conducted by Thomas Manifold and Gooige Birtick, under the stylo

and finn ot Manifold and Butiek. (

GEORGE BIRTICK.

Warrnambool, ' 21st Jnnuaiy, 1853. 13261

MEDICAL NOTICE.

MR. MAXWELL, M. R. C S. E., (dato

of diploma, 2nd Match, 1830,) of Wol

lington Sqtiaie, Londdii, latosuigeon superin-

tendent of the ship Prince Alfied, begs to in- I form tho inhabitants of Collingwood, Melbourne,

and Richmond, that he has commenced the « piactioo of his ptotetfcion, at Noithuinboiland Cottage, situated in the light of/way between Dailiiigton-stieet and Nôithumbcriiitul-street, Collingwood, near tho Studley Aims, wheie ho

may be co"sulted all horns of the day. I

1320G

FIR&T-RATE OPPORTUNITY FOR i

BOOTMAKER?. | TOBE SOLD,-The goodwill of that old

Established and Lucrative Business known as

THE RED BOOT,

Boot and Shoe Manufactory, Maiket-Square,

' " Geelong.** I The Tiopiietoi's let'uement from business is the solo ic.ison for disposing of this conoiin,

hieb may certainly be pronounced the lead ng establishment in tlietihdo throughout tho Australian Colonies, asean be verified by in- spection of the accounts of pinch iseis and sales effected during the past yeal, the profits derivable from-tho amount done being such as will speedily ensure an independence to the fortunato purchaser.

The pi omises which aro in the mott com- manding situation in the toi«ni, aro admirably adapted for the above or any other business. Fonpaiticulais apply to William E.'Hammond, ofliec, Litt'.o Malop-stiect, Geelong. 13474

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION.

Wednesday Evening, January 20th, 1853.

Last Night but Six. i

For the Benefit of MR. E. TOTTEN,

E TOTTEN bogs um* rcepectfnlly to

. announce to the Lidies and Gentiy pf Melbourne and its Vicinity, that Wednesday Kvcning is allotted for his benefii, previous to taking liis leave of the libeial patroni/.eis of his company for Hobart Town. He therefore has the honor of soliciting their further and ox tended favors in his bel a f, ti listing that the oueigyand detei mination which has marked his management in administering to the deshes of his company, will bo a sufficient incentivo to stimulate theil kind intentions, and beetow theil favor upon him in a Bumper House.

.The programme for this evening will pi crept some of the gems of Negro melodies, and the btulesqucs will bo original and sclecWor their

entertainment.

RAINERS ORIGINAL ETHIOPIAN

SERENADERS.,

Mesara. Rainer, White, Blower, Biyant, Foans,

and Moian.

PROGRAMME:

Paiu« I.

Overture. Full Band Opening choras-Ever bo happy,

from the Enchantress ... Company Julius's bride ... ê ... ... Moran Commettco, vc darkies all * ... Blower Dinah Crow* ... ... ..... Foans As I view now (from La Sonnnm

bida) .../ ' ... ... Rainer

The lost child, or the rose-bud * ... White . Nancy Till ... ... ... Moran The sweep's îefiain, with Tyrolean

imitations by Foans ... ... Brewer The jolly old crow ... ...Rainer Stop that knocking ... ...White

Phantom chorus ... ... Company

Pakt II.

Solo-Flutina. B-yant Ballad-Ben Bolt (foi salo at tho

dooi) ... ... ... White Solo-Banjo with oddities, abstudi

tics, comicalities, profundities, contradictories, incongruities, im- probabilities, hoping that all will show their infirmities bygianting iradetnnitios to pationiso his dis- quisition on Bheep's moat, pig's meat, and oveiy othei kind of meat that you should feel meet

to listen to withal . Moian Banjo solo, with variations. White

GHAND SERENADING DUET;

Lovoly Fanny, let mo in !

Fanny Bloomer . J. M. Foans,

George Gictsun . M. W. White.

Paht HI.

Characteristic Banjo'trio...Blower, Moran, and

White

Tho evening'» entertainment to coneludo

willi

A PLANTATION JIG !

By F. Moian, 9 Musical Director. .Mr. J. C. Riinei.

Cauls of Admission-Front seats, Gs ; back

seats 4s; to bo had during the day at Mi. Passmoio's Hotel, EhVabeth-stieet, and at tho doors.

Doors open at a quarter to eight o'clock, Conceit to commence at a quaiter¥paat Eight

o'clock. a

Conceit on Satin day. Benefit of Mr. Moran,

alias " Bruddei Bones 1" .

E TOTTEN,

13318 Agoit-i

SOIREE DANSANTE, Royal Hotel,

Thursday, Januaiy 27th, lba3. Chap- man's celobi atcd Bond. Dancing to commence

at 9 o'clock. Admission 2s 6d. P

CHARLES WILKIE, J * 13348 _ Proprietor. '

Hew AdTerttsements.

MELBOURNE AND HOBSON'S BAY

RAILWAY COMPANY.

NOTICE is hereby given, that a Call of

£5 on each Share, held in this Company, was made on the 20th instant, by the Pro- visional Directors, under the Subscription Con- tract ; and all Shareholders are requested to pay the same at the office of the Company, No. 74, Collins-street, west, on or before Saturday the 19 th February next. .

J. B. WATSON.

Ticaoiuer. January 25th, 1853. 13235

HORSE REPOSITORY AND VEI'ERI NARY ESTABLISHMENT, GEELONG.

MESSRS. HOOPER is DARLINGTON

bag to inform thoir numerous patrons and -friends, that thoy have taken those exten- sive and well-arranged prem¡sc3 lately erected by Messrs. C. J. Dennys & Co., in Gicat Rvric-strcet, and known as " Denny-*'s Sale Y-auls." The stables arc the be«*t aviangcd in Geelong, being cool, lofty, and airy. The horses arc in no way exposed to the sim, wind,

or rain, as the stables are inclosed on all sides, and seemed in front with largo folding doois.

Messrs. n. aud D. eau also accommodate the

public with a good lock-up coach-house, in which any number of carriages, gigs, and other vehicles may be safely stowed away.

Horses, gigs, etc., constantly on sale or hire. E. Darlington, Member of tlio Royal College of Voterinaiy Surgeons, London, and late Se 'i eretary to the Veterinary Medical Association, e may bo consulted at the above establishment J on the disea»es of hor-.es, cattle, sheep, etc. 2. Examinations as to soundness, and advice ic t, spectiug the purchase of hoiso-, given. 117G2

:s .

_ I miscellaneous. *fi "ARGUS"

} GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT

76, Colliss-Stuekt,

AT tho above Office, cverv description of

LETTER-PRESS PRINTING

is executed with neatness and despatch, at very moderate charges,

i Book-work,, Catalogues, Ciiculars, Posting Bills, Cheque Books, Bill-heads, Caids. &o &c, promptly supplied.

I A considerable addition has been mado to

i the typographical department of this Office,

aud such arrangements entcied into as will be

I found to give perfect satisfaction.

I Printing in Gold, Silver, and Coloured

Inks - * 10G74

JUST PUBLISHED'

A COPPER-PLATE ENGRAVING ofST.

PATRICK'S nALL, the first Legis- lative House of Victoria, containing the names of the first Representatives ; being No. I of a seriei of views of Melbourne. Price, on letter ' paper, 4d. ; on cards, (id.

0 .'Unpublished by D. Urquhart, Bookseller and 1 Stationer, G6, Collins-street, ca«t, and Fold by i- all stationers.- 8G00

THE,UNDERSIGNED begs to leturn

thanks for the liberal patronage bestow ed i upon him for the best eight yeal-», durlngwhich ii period ho has been c.u lying on business in ,, Little Collins-strcel, east, mid will feel greatly o obliged by all persons indebted to him calling

| at his .office, on the old premises, Little Cullins ' street, and settling their accounts, between tho

- hours of ten and four o'clock.

I 11836 THOMAS M'DERMOTT.

JAMES WADE,

Manchester Warehouseman and Importer,

INFORMS the ti ade, that ho has loeeivcd,

per ship Wellington, and o'ther « late arrivals, a largo and varied stock of Drapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Ribbons, Clothing, &., which he is able to offer at tho lowest malkee prico.

30 Swauston-atreet, «

January 17th, 1S53. ' 119GD

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

MR. WILLIAM ELLINGWORTn, in

returning thanks to his numerous friends of Collingwood, and its vicinity, for their very liberal support during'tho last eighteen mqnths, begs to inform thom, that he has i emoved from his Late résidence Moor-sticet, to thp-e newly erected and commodious pi émises, at the corner of Peel ana Cambridge-streets. 11980

J. S. EVE.

Hairdresser, Wigmaker, Perfumer, ice.

SON to Mr Adam Eve, of Lambs' Conduit

street, London, and formel ly with Mon- sieur Lecomte, sf Rue de la Paix,* Paris, Hair- dresser to the late Royal Family, begs to announce that, on receiving orders at Mcbsrs Carlaw rfc Co's, 35, Collins-street, ho will promptly attend on ladies and gentlemen at

their residences.

J S E has the celebrated Per-ian Balm for removing tho dandi iff from the head, and the Italian Cream for nourishing and improving

tho curl of th« hair.

J S E has a method of cutting the hair m as to proven its falling'ofl. 97ö3

j "A CARD.

A CCORDIONS, FLUTINjVS, CON

\J\ CERTINAS, SERAPHINES, and . HARMONIUMS carefully tuned,and repaired,

by John Paterson, 51, Loñ=d;ile-stiect, wc»t.

P.S.-Any of the abovo bought, sold, or exchanged. 11715

TOM GIDDINGS

RETURNS hiscoidi.il Thanks in return for

the cordial support leceived by him from friends in Town and Diggings, and in letuming thanks, begs to recommend his Raspberry Syrup to .Diggers and Oveiland Parties, not only as a refreshing beverage with good water, bufas on antidote against bad.

To be obtained in Hogsheads, Quarter Casks, or Kegs, from

T. GIDDINGS,

91, Stophcn-«trcet,

12223 " Melbourne

NOW READY FOR DELIVERY.

Til E VICTORIA SHEET ALMANAC

for 1858. It contains, beckles tho usual Calendar, the rising and tho setting of the sun moon's phases and age, equation of time, lint, of the Members of the Executive and Legisla- tive Councils; a coneet list of the Heads of de- partments, Corpoiation of Melbourne, Sur- veyors' foes, public stands for hackney car- riages, codes of signals used at Melboiuuo, signal station ; eclipses, cjiochs, cycles, astro- nomical numbeis, dre. ; Hebrew fasts and t'ei-ti vals, tablo of cartels' rates and boatmen's fal es- timo of departuio of Williamstown and Gee, long steamers ; tide table, holidays at tho Banks and Insurance offices, Tariff of the Colony of Victoria, Customs' chaiges, Custoin houso'agents, bonding warohim-es, with scale of charges; al-o, the Guidcnei*»' Calendar, and o variety of other useful information.

Pnntcd and published at the Argus otfico, Collins-sti-ect, c.T-c ; and may bo had of all booksellers and agents for tlio Argus, in all parts o the Colony.

Price, One Shilling. 8870

CB. BUTCHER'S Conveyance to Foic*t

. Creek leaves Melbourne Friday morning, and Foiest Cieck Monday morning. l'a.--e-u gers booked by Mrs. Peels, 12,Swanstoii-*-tree't, and Mr. Bryco Rous, Foiest Cicuk. 11311

NOTICE.

ROBERT ROBINSON, late Saddler, Elina

beth-stiect, being about to return to Europe, respectfully requests that all account» against him may be sent to 113, Elixahcth-atrcet for immediate payment, and that all account» owing to him bo liquidated before tho first of Fobruiuy xt

106SU |R. ROBINSON.

PASSENGERS FOR THE DIGGING*.

MCCORMACK k SON inform tho publi»

that an Expies* well appointed for Pas- sengers, and small parcels, leaves tho Sub- scriber».' Office, Royal Mail Hotel, 8-1, Bowko »tiect, every Monday, Wednesday, and Fijfef morning», at 9 o'clock, for Forest Creek, ««lite at the diflorent stations on tho ro*d. ft prevent disappointment passengere or« rtqieiM to book the day previously,

mccormack à som,

1149S - '. B4, Bowke-sUe«!

Miscellaneous.

MRfeV AITCHESON has removed from 29,

Little Collins-street, to 120, Great Col- lins-street, where she tm¡,ts her friends will continue ihe favors so liberally confenbd iinoa hei. 12<x¿

LONDON & STRATFORD BOOT &

SHOE WAREHOUSE. *

126, Little Bouike-street, ear-t, Melbourne

J BROMLEY, begs respectfully to inform

the Inhabitants of Melbouiiie, Collini wood, Richmond, and their vicinities, that ht has opened the above place of business with . well selected stock o f Ladies' and Gentlemcns Boots and Shoes, mauufactuicd by Elles*, of Staftbid, and which he can confidently rc'c«n. mond for duiability and style. An inspection

is invited. '

Gil Is' and Childrens' in great variety. 1134a

PORT ADELAIDE EATING HOUSE.

White Hoiee Shades, White Horse Celia»

I'mt Adelaide. - ' (Next the Theatre. )

TOM KING begs to inform his friend» ia

Melbourne, that immediately onnheir arrival at Port Adelaide, they cannot do better than to fly immediately to his House, wh»re they can luxuriate upon the best of the krid.

Roast joints, comed mid spiced beef, bom tongue, poultiy, game, fish, eggs, tfce. ' '

Good luck, my boys, I hope you'll ¿\ prosper-adieu ! 7354

MOUNT ARARAT GRAZING-v&AD.

DOCKS, extensive fenced-in Station» of 13,000 Acres. Teims-For Horses', £11«. per annum; Woiking Bullocks on modérât« terms. Apply te

S. HENRY CLUTTERBUCK, . , ^

Mount Aral at Station, ir

or,

WATSON & WIGHT,

Maikete-qnare.

N.B.-Mr. Jona* Laver, at the Farmeri Hotel, Little Collini-itioet, will taka Stock t« the Paddocks, at a iea»onable elmige. 1Ô027

DANDENONG GRAZING PADDOCK.

nrUIE undesigned is prepared to receive

JL Hoi-ses into his paddock without icspon

sibliitv. Teims, £1 pel quarter.

R. C. WALKER.

N.B.-Edward Cousins, 15, Little Lonsdal» strcet, svill lead horses to and fiom the pad- dock at a moderate eh.vge. Paitic* are1 ra. qnosted äst te apply o» Sundays. 12892

GEELONG.

BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET,, > TO LET.-Tlio Two feteiy Hou.«e and Shop

In Corio-sti eft, at pi escnt occupied by Mr. George Myles. The Shop is large, and adapted for any depai tment of ti ade. The internal ao» conimodallon is unusually laige. The ad- vantages possessed by these most imporiant p.-emiscs as a businct» site, are too well known to need any comment. Apply to Mr. John Myle.s,

January 12th, 1S53. 11062

A CARD.

THOMAS OGILVIE, Commission and Ship-

ping Agent and Auctioneer, two doons^ below the Victoria Romance Compati) 's Office, Moorabool-stiect, Geelong. Ô12S

MAIL CONVEYANCE.

ROBERT SCALES, of Geelong, having

become the Conti.actor for tho line from

Cobie, through Geelong, to Buninsong and , Bum Bank, is ie..dy to take passengers and parcels at the times appointed.

FA11ES. £ s. d. Geelong to Colac. 3 0 0

" " Buninyong ... 3 0 0

"Bum Bank ... 4 10 0 « "Balaaiat ... 3 10 0

Parcels 2s. Gd. each lib. sveight or under, li.

extra for every jib.

Agents-Mr. Wade, Geelong; Mr. -, Cofack ; and Mr. Akehurst; Buninyong. -

3355

HORSE BAZAAR ~ Great Ryrie-st'.cet, Geelong

From the quantity of Stock biought to their

Sale, now held on Monday, Wednesday, and Satin day, being too gi cat to be cons e nicntly disposed of on those days,

O'FARRELL & SON

Will, fiom and after this date, hold Sales, at

tho Horse B.i/nar, Gieat Rviic-sticct, west of e

HORSES, CATTLE, CARTS, ty, on J",

tsvo d jys in each sveek, in addition W

tho above. Hamels-, on

TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, '

The Sales on each of the five days svill com«

mc-nce at

Eleven o'clock, '

Stabling will bu piosidcd foi any number of noises biought for Sale, at a lower charge than

elsewheic.

Geelong, Nov. 27. - 12263

SADDLERY _ -

THE undei signed begs to infoun his na-

moi oils cufltomei» and the public in general, that he lina jt*.«t unpacked sescral ease* of Saddlery, amunga sshich there isa gieat variety of Side ¡>addles, also a varied as- sortment of "Whips, consisting of sils-er-niountçd Jot key, Hunting, Foin -liol -e, Tandem, Car- riage,'Gig, and Cart Whips: and in daily ex- pectation, iver Windei mci c, Can ¡ago, Tandem, and Gig Harness: Four and P.iii-horse Stage, Chain',,Cart, nud Outrigger^extrastioiig, and a gi eat s ai iety of Saddlery ol' ev ci y dec) iption, the whole of which, with" the prevent extensive stock, svil] be found worthy of inspection, ana second to none in the Colony.

JAMES WOOD.

Saddler.

Geelong, Dec. 19, 1852. 6769 > CARRIAGE, GIG, HORSE, & HARNESS. FOR SALE, by the undersigned-A fplen

did BR1TSKA by Rogers, of Bristol;

a M-t of Silver-mounted "Double Hame"*, com- ' plete; a pair of haud-ome ssell-bicd Cani/igo Males, wau anted quiet and flee fiom vice, good Iwth iu ningle and double hame"?, and saddle ; also, an ex-c, ¡lent Gig aid Ibimes, made te older, by W'sgin», of Hobart Town.

THOMAS OGILVIE,

9304 Moornbool-fitrcct, Geelong

ARGUS OFFICE, GEELUN'G.

AN OFFICE FOR THE

'.A R G US"

Has been opened in Malop-strcet, Wert,

GEELONG.

ALL Ordeis and Communications kr-ho

Paper, Ads ei tire mont«, Olden, for Jot) Printiug, ifcc, fiom parties in Geelong and "is

ncigliboihiiod. may be fore aided te that Offiot, «

and will meet vvitli the piomptcst attention. ,' . TO MERCHANTS, GROCERS, AND

OTHER!-,

Requiring a fu *t-iate Ru-ine-ss Establishment.

A Raie Op'ortunity,

TO bo dba-osed of by private contract, the

Good-sv ill, Ptock-in-Ttade, and Prenti-»« ot that exten ive «vtablibhment knosvn as tho Victoria Stous, Maikel Squaie, Geelong,» which is caí i icd on the Gioceiy»'Chiiia, öl« and E.'ntheiiwa.o bi^inc-s, sv holcsals and retail The ti ade of thi« establishment is very estén his-c, mid the connection mott icspcetable. 1» panic» desiious of entering at onco into a bo» ness, where a l.apid fortune may be muda. In* piesent is one of those chances i arely to bo met svith. For fin thei particulars, to whom prin- cipal», only need apply, address, by letter or

poisouallv, to ._ i'

^ JAMES MAYNE,,

Great Bouike-tticet, east, MelbonnM,

Or

9118 Victoria Stoies, Geeleug« .-.? ,,..,,_,_s-*',,-1'-* TH1'"AHdU."" li Publlshtd every inorr.lnS jj*»}

d.iy oxccpt«l) and firw.nlod ly (well Moll to t»Jf

port of tho Colouy | und to Sydney, Yan JJT"ï* Lund, South Anatralla, Siren Rlsir, NewWfsg tho Mntirlllu», tho Car* of Ocwd Hope', l-«t>*a>JZ' lind, Mid .«eoU-ind, the nnlt«l Sutton of Am"}» Friii«1, India, if, by »s-o.-y po&ilblii opporiwef» Tho annrt ra toruilimW on thoairt otKtrt*, J****» Juno, SOth .SupUmibcr, and 81st Dooombor,a«»JJ time OFLT can »ubstrlbon d»«liuc, by glv lag »<." .»rltln«, and paylutf tho oreoiint doo to th» «¡*ÎS «urront quartor. I'oraona desirooa of .»»**Tn darlu« tío etu-roney of» qnsrtor srtU only bo «?'t*» .roía Dm dato ot their ootsax'OclDf. r,

1B1UM OF ÀPYSIITIIIISO. . ._

All sdTortijfai«1»» »lil bo tn»orti»l IO «f^s»*- ,

For M srordJ or no4«, 1» *w* »t-Kt-UoB, ps« .» »*' OtwW-renjAaslno-.o'-tri 1j>»N li om* «?}. . Vm mwf sJStlossI «Uiv Of ssstr, umtim»'^

Edited, i*tri»t»J, aid ubll-Ji«* by ?»»«*».W*****

s| *» 2<*m «taw, vÄMUwt, Mtkbyani.

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