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r^T^to HAMILTON.-COBB and'Co.'s fiET° ïObVpH LIKE of COACHES k»we tho
y'"JL-Uco Union Hotel, Ooelong, on Mondays, Î. "IT »mi Frldtys'at 4 a.m., joturning on
jäfes.«». ^"'^úo, ¿fr .
OKloni: to Quoensclîff.-Cobb «¡hHx's Telegraph
, »i" PnVhcs leave tho EooklW-offloo, Union WirpdoM d»»y. on arrival ol&Ielbourno and
* ¿unces at ordinary pa.Boni.er rates.
^oma/ctONEMA» and Co.. Proprietors.
^ÎBËUÊA AND_1NVERLEIGH RACES.
a four-horso COACH, for tho course, will leave rin Ho c1, Goolong, on Thursday, on arrival of KrÄ"i Melbourne and Ballarat, returning
intune for lift train«.
neram Ticket«, los. _
THOMAS MONKMAN and Co.
rl ROTA L STANDARD, S, For LIVERPOOL.
u Notico to Shippers of Wool.
A.thlsvcssel «111 sail punctually on the 15th ¡nat., Itfcreiiiitoteilthat a» woolintundod for ahipmont bo -»AM THE MAT SALES
", reminded that tho Hoya) Standard is tho only ship
.»?.i,, nnrt likely to arrivo in timo.
1 ÏÏlRllÎEB MARWOOD, and ROME, agents, «J w° ' Willlam-strcot._ n S BOYA Ii STANDARD, S. For LIVERPOOL.
' Embarkation of Passengers.
Rocchi trains «ill Ioavo tho Flindora-stroet Station of n,. U. »ml H. B. U. Railway every half hour from R45 to 9 45 a.m. on Thursday, the 15th mat., to con wj passo'ng«« md their luggage on board free of chirgc. Hallway tickets can bo obtained from tho ÍEri muitbo on board by 11 a.m., so as to
en»Wo the ship to bo cleared and go to sea at noon.
All bilances of passage money must bo paid' by . " ", 0" Tuesday, tho 13th inst., othorwiso tho da ra«W»lll ho forfeited and tho berths ro-lot.
"LORIMER, MARWOOD, and HOME, agents, 48
u ' William-street. _
STEAM to ENGLAND.
- Wliito Star Lino of Packets.
Tho auxiliary steamship
S053 tons register, SOO horso-powor, clnssod Al for
EDWARD WniNERAY, Commander,
Will bo despatched for LIVERPOOL, Direct,
On THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15,
leaving the Melbourne and Hobson'« Bay United
Hillway Company's Pier at 12 o'clock noon.
This mignlflcent steamship has accomplished hor outward pa>sago in sixty-soven days. Having boon built and «tea up specially for the Australian pas- senger trade, her accommodations aro of tho most
Hie chief cabin is very oxtonBivo, comprising diningind ladles' saloons, most sumptuously furnished, and presided with piano, library, baths, and ovory necessity lor tho\o}ogo. Tho state rooms aro largo asdv.cU lentllatcd, beds, bedding. Huon, &c., being provided by the ship, and ladies will have tho attend-
ance ol aston ardess.
The second »nd third cabin accommodations aro unusually spacious, lofty, and well vontilatod, and fitted op «ttli duo regard to tho health, and comfort
of de passengers.
An experienced surgeon accompanioj tho ship.
The Royal Standard is moored alongside tho Mel- bourne and Hobson's Bay United Railway Company's Tier, «hero intending passengorfl uro invitod to in-
For rates of passogo and further particulars
LORIMER, MARWOOD, and1 ROME, William
STEAM to ENC1LAND in SIXrY DAYS.
BLACK BALL and KAOLE LINE of
Notico to intending pissengers per
S. S. GREAT BRITAIN,
Lieutenant JOHN GRAY, R.N.B.
This favourite \csscl was expected to loavo Livor pool about loth February, and will in all probability be despatched from Melbourne for Liverpool about
the lilli Muy.
For particulars apply to
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Oo._ STEAMSHIP ERL KING, from London.-All
CLAIMS and ACCOUNTS against this voisol must bo RENDERED, in duplicate, to tho undor ugmd on or bcioro Tuesday, 13th inst., othorwiso the) cannot be recognised. /
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co,, agents._
STEAM to CHINA, Direct.-Tho magnificent now
steamship ERLE KINO, 2000 tons, 200-horso poner, R. PINED, Esq., commandor, will bo de- spatched In February.
For full particulars apply to
BRIGUf BROTHERS and Co., agents._ FIRbT Sl'EAMER for DUNEDIN, calling at Bluff
Barbour, Canterbury, Wellington, Nelson,(Hoki tika,aud Grejnioutli.-The fast and powerful stoamer
JOHN PAIN, Commandor,
TMl be despatched for tho above ports positively on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
From Sandridge Railway Pier, at 4 p.m.
For freight er passage apply at Otago Steamship Comyanj's Office, 10 Elizaboth-street.
JOHN M'LAOIILAN, agent._
FIRST STEAMER for HOKITIKA.GREY MOUTH,
NELSON, WELLINGTON, CANTERBURY, and OTAGO -Tho fast and powerful steamer
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, |
JOHN PAIN, Commander,
«.Will bo depatched for tho abovo ports positlvoly on
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13,
From Sandridgo Railway Plor, at i p.m.
For freight or passage apply at Otago Steamship Oonipmij'i olîico, 10 Elizaboth-strcet.
JOHN M'LACIILAN, agent,_
STEAMSHIP bOUTJI AUSTRALIAN.-Notico to
For this vessel will bo
RECE IVE O,
At Queen's Wharf until 2 p.m. THIS DAY ;
And on Monday, at the terminus of the M. and II. B.
United Rnilway Company, Fllndors-stroet.
For frciglit, shipping orders, and all particulars,
«PPly at Otago Steamship Company's Office, IO Eliza-
JOHN M'LACHLAN, agont.
PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, und AUSTRALIAN
ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (Limited).
Steam to BLUFF HARBOUR, Otago, Canterbury,
AtUu, Wellington. Picton, transhipping tor Naulor, Auckland, Taranaki, and Hokltlkai
lho company's splendid fast stoamer
0 T A G O,
mu " T- RANDALL, Commandor,
»W sail from M. and H. B. Uuitod'.Railway Com
panj's Tier (with Otago Malls)
rterto hours after arrival of European Mall stoam
flilp in Hobion's Bay, but .
NOT LATER THAN FEBRUARY 14.
«argo received at M. and H. B. Unltod Railway wnpanj s station, Fllndors-stroet, up ïo noon this «»Ï. Bills of lading to bo in lor slgnaturo hy 3
ocictk p.m. aw
Passengers booked for all ports in Now Zealand land Mt""' , ' at tcdu<:ed r,lti!s> issued for Sydney or ^rTlcs of passogo, frolght, and further particulars CUAULES LEWIS and Co., i Elizabeth-street
fcl'ECIAL NOTICE to SHIPPERS por s.S. OTAGO. *J -In conscqucnco of tho non-arrival of English Till^Är>tno»l">voship will RECEIVE CARGO
iu.li! DAY, up to 4 p.m.
ft LEWIS and Co., j Elizabeth-street.
S1 r^í Ii1UE0I"}° °TA°0, Bluff Harbour, and JOnNw'ïpUÎÇrT1,° ALAMBRA. 1,000 tons, jubM TÍEAN> comT«>der, will sall for tho abovo w3.T£ °n or, »»o"'Saturday, thoifith Inst,
viUVî. tu,Se's and curgo.
^gMECKAN, BLACK WOOD, and Co., 2 Klng-streot. SIKAU ACT to HOKITIKA and NELSON,
*-" with Passongors and Cargo.
_,,_ SOO Tons,
Win »ii r ?.n MACKIE, Commander,
from tb» ila JIoWllk,n and Nel'ondlrQct/in 10 days Undtd ït Ä ""P'»».«»"«"««» «ndcargo. to be
ll'MPP,-» vrpSï'at M» 8 expense.
MMEChAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 2 King
,_street. . ?
SIECArM°r mil'nEAY»S£t),"?Jrln80ood8 and Pa8son
« Eera .or BRISBANE and ROCKHAMPTON. Im,ln. n »EDUCED FARES.
«gular Communication on Mondays and Thursdays.
Tiio A.8.N. Co.'s stoanier ' ' ".,., , WONGA "WONGA,
win bo despftched as abovo, atThroo'p.m. on Train, «ln°NDAY' FEBRUARY A.
J!ii_____gj_E and Co., agents, 10 Ellzaboth-Btroet.
^TEAMiT SYDNEY ,and- NEWCASTLE.
n , Tho steamship
t.^0k'U IR D, WiU !»"?..?. FAWELL, Commander,
»m leavo tho Australian Wharf, for tho abovo
On TUESDAY, thefuth FEBRUARY,
ïv"!,.i t 3 At 1 o'clock.
OEKW aSnffiSP.°.at "ducod rates.
«RICE, STJMNEft.and Co., agents,,24 Flinders,
_ _" SYDNEY The splendid fast steamer
E » L KING,
1600 tons, '
win >. (îaptain PtNELL,
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY'14, rt.<«"_ ^arO'ing saloon passengers onlv.
jor particulars, opp|v t0'
^iHliljmoS. j'ndy &., .'gonts, Fllndorgjane.
WA¿pÍ|Pf,«,s«««M for 15 Quarter-caslte
J"- Wilson HnrlíM0.C>'ar"' °"X,0<!m. ÍTOm ««k1
niison Hurdy Md Co., 33 Fltaders-Btreot wost.
S TEAM,-, to ADELAIDE.
' Tho A ,h D I S G A, ' ' 600 Tons,
JOHN STEUART, Commander,
Will Bail for Adelaida on
THURSDAY, tho 16th INST.,
. At 2 o'clock.
From Qucon'a Wharf,
With passengers and cargo.
Cargo received at tho wharf. Saloon and stoorago pasaow/ern may now select their cabins.
M'MCCKAN.BLAOKWOOD.and Co.,2Klng-stroot. STEAM to HOBART TOWN, tho Bplandld »tcam
shlp SOUTHERN CROSS will leavo tho Queen's Wharf,onWednosday, Fobruaryl*, at li. SO a. ra. Faro? : -Saloon, £4 10a. ; return, £7 10a. ; steerage, £3, Freight, 16s. per ton.
B. B. NIOBOLSON and Co., 8 Elizabeth-street.
EXCURSIONS to TASMANIA.
Tho L. and M. S. N. Co.'s splendid steamships
H A V I L A H
will leavo tho Queen's Wharf, for Launceston, every
WEDNESDAY and 8ATURDAY.
Return tickets, at reduced rates, ovailablo for two
1 DALRYMPLE end HUDSON, 23 MarkcUtrcot.
STEAM to LAUNCESTON.-Tho L. and M. S. N.
Co.'s steamship HAVILAH will leavo the Queen's Wharf on Wednesday, 14th inst., at 10 a m. Return tickets, available for return hy either of tho company's steamers within two months. For freight or passago apply to Dalrymple and Hudson, 23 Market-street.
STEAM to LAUNCESTON.-Tho L. and M. S. N.
Company's splendid Btoatnshlp BLACK SWAN, W. H. SAUNDERS, commander, will leavo tho Queen's Wharf on arrival of tho English mail, but not later than Monday, 12th inst, at 10 a.m. For freight or paBBago apply to DALRYMPLE and HUD-
SON, 23 Markot-streot.
STEAM to LAUNCESTON.-Tlio T. S. N. Com-
pany's fast and favourite steamor DERWENT has boen placed on tho ilno betnoon Molbourno and Launceston, and will leavo tho Queen's Wharf on Tuesday, the 13th instant, at 11 o'clock a.m., and regularly about ovcry oight days.
Tho Derwent is well known in tho Hobart Town trado for tho comfort and convonionco of her pas- senger accommodation. From her Brest speod, it is reasonably expected the passago from heads to hoads will bo made in 10 hours, or undor.
Passengers and freight will bo taken at tho lowest
B. B. NICHOLSON and Co., 8 EHzaboth-stroet.
Lil'ïill to PORT ALBERT. O Tho CHARLES EDWARD
W ill rccelvo cargo this day, and sall on Tuesday,
IE til lust.
GIPPS LAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,
07 Collius-strcot west.
N' OTIOE to CONSIGNEES por WESTERN, s.S.,
from Warrnambool, Belfast, .and Portland. CARGO will bo LANDED at the Quoon's Wharf, THIS DAY. All goods not removed by 4 o'clock will bo stored at rick of consignees.
S. G. HENTY._
TEAM to WARHNAMBOOL, BELFAST, and
For above ports
And sails from the Queen's Wharf direct
To-morrow, Tuesday, 13th February,
At 12 noon.
S. G. I1FNTY, CO Colline-sttoet west._
TEAM to WARRNAMBOOL and BELFAST. Wettern, sailB every Tuesday. Bdina, ovory Friday.
STEAM TO PORTLAND. Wostcrn, sails ovory Tueadav,
G. HENTY, 00 Colllns-streot west.
DROMANA. - Steamer RELIANCE leaves Mel-
bourne c\ory Wednesday at 10, and Sandridge at 12 noon ; leaving Dromana Thursday, at 0.30 a.m. Usual faros. Freight paid on delivery.
QUEENSCLIFF STEAMER RELIANCE
on TueEdajs and Tri- I Returning samo days
daj s at 0 a.m. | at 3 p.m.
Cabin, singlo .. .. 10s. I Steorogo, Bingle. 7s. Cd. Do., return .. .. 16». I Do., return.. .. 12a. fld.
10s. por ton, paid on delivery. Cargo rocoivod on Monday and Thursday afternoons only, at Queen's
W. PAXTON, Master.
SCHNAPPER POINT.-RELIANCE, S.S., loaves
Melbourne overy Saturday at 12 noon ; Sandridgo, 2 p.m. ; do. Wednesdays, 10 a.m ; Sandridgo, 12 noon. Leaves Mornington, Monday, 7 a.m.; and Thursday, 8 a.m. Fares and freight as usual. W.
STEAM BETWEEN MELBOURNE and GEELONG
DAILY.-Tlio favourite s.s. EXPRESS loavos tho Queen's Wharf, Melbourne, at 4 p.m. (oxcopt Satur- day, when she lcavos at 8 p.m.), returning from Geelong at 8 a.m. daily, Sundays oxcoptod.
THOS. J. PARKER, li Markot-streot, Molbourno.
ÎpOR CALCUTTA, Direct,
' To Sail Positively 20th instant.
The clipper ship
Al 15 years at Lloyd's,
E. COTTIER, Commander,
Lying at tho Hobsoii's Bay Railway Pier.
Tlio attention of intending passongers is invited to her spacious and cemmodiou» saloon accommodations.
For terms of freight or passago apply to
DALGETY, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 01 Little
FIRST and ONLY VESSEL DIRECT for SAN
The clippor barquo
ANNA, WATSON, Commander,
will have immediato dospatch, and has splondid accommodation for a limited number of cabin and steerago passengers, for which early application Is
OSBORN, CUSHING, and Co., 44 William-street.
FOR DUNEDIN WHARF.-Tho clipper schooner
TOMMY, Captain WOOD, Ia now KEOEIVING CARGO st Now Dook, and will sail poBitivoly to- morrow morning. Bills of lading must bo sont iu to,
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 William-street.
FIRST VESSEL for GREY RIVER, Dlroct.
Tho fine now schooner
Captain HENRY GILL,
Having «nado ono of tho quickest passages of any vessel on tho borth, is now receiving cargo at tho New Dook, and will sail positively
All cargo must bo down boforo 4 o'clock. For freight, &c, apply to
SPENCE BROTHERS and Co., 40 Fl ndora-lano
1RBT VESSEL.-For HOIUTIKA, Direct,
Landing Cargo on tho Wharf.
The Al clippor schooner
Captain J. P. MOORE,
Is again on tho berth for tho above port, calling posi- tively on Wednesday next. Shippers may roly on prompt despatch by this vcbboI, as a considerable portion of her frolght is alroady engaged.
For freight and pabsago apply to
SPENCE BROTHRRS and Co., 40 Flinders-lano.
iy\ OR HOKIIIKA W li A U F, Direct,
? To follow tho Clarondon, and guaranteed to tow
over tho Bar.
Tho now clipper schooner
Is again on iho beith, and ready to rocolvo cargo at Australian Wharf. Having part cargo ongaged, will
havo quick despatch.
For freight or passago apply to
LORD mid Co., OolliuH-Btrtot wost ; o~r
S. R. and O. GROOM, 80 WlllUm-stroot._
Ö~R HOKIII k"X WHARF.
G E M ,
having mudo another rapid passago of oight days, is now on borth, and receiving cargo at current ratos, and will havo Immediate despatch.
For freight, &c, apply to
WILSON HARDY and Co., 33 Flindors-stroot.
FOR HOKITIKA WHARF.
Guaranteed First Vowel. Tho clippor brig
Now fast loading at Australian Wharf, and is undor guarantee to clear at Customs,
On WEDNESDAY NEXT, 14th INST.
Shippers will plcaso send down balance of goods without delay. Room for 30 tons.
S. H. and O. GROOM, 39 Willlam-atreot ; or,
E. A. WOODHOUSE and Co., Flindors-stroot.
|T»UB INVERCARGILLWHARF. JO First and only Vosaol.
Tlio favourite and regular trader
00 tons Register,
Is now fast LOADING at Australian Wharf, and having tho largest portion of cargo ongaged and ou board, will meet with quick despatch.
For freight or passago apply to
E. A. WOODHOUSE and Co., 86 Flindors-st. west. FOR BRIBBANE WHARF, Dlroct,
With Immediato despatch, Tho now clippor schooner
FLORENCE, Captain ELLIS,
Now loading at Australian Wharf, has room for a limited quantity of frolght, for which prompt appli- cation is requested. Shippers will plcaso forward bills lading and posa entries at once on goods being shipped. For freight apply to
K. A. WOODHOUSE and Co., 85 Flindors-stroot
S. B. and O. GROOM, 8D William-street.
F OK ADELAIDE.-Themagnlflcontironclippershlp
LORD LYNDHURST, to sall noxt week, will Uko «argo at reduced rates. Apply to
JAS. HENTY and Co., agents.
G1ULNARE, for V1CIOR HARBOUR.-This
C regular trader will be despatched as above in all this w eek. For freight, isc, apply to
J. D. WHITE and Co., agents, 101 Collins-Street
CAUTION io INTENDING PASSENGERS.-All
vcssols despatched for LONDON by tho under- signed are essentially PASSENGER SHIPS, within the meaning of the Imperial Passengers Acts of 1866 and 1863. They, aro consequently provisioned undor official inspection, and do not convoy any of the ob- jectionable articles of cargo which aro Bhippod at this
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizabeth street south.
No sub-agonts or runners aro authorised to act for tho abo\ein Melbourne. Passengors must tboroforo bo careful to apply at tho head-offlco only.
LACK WALL LINE of PACKETS,
Wellesley, Dover Castle, Anglesoy, Roxburgh Castle,
For LONDON, Direct,
To sail with punctuality
On TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,
The renowned clipper ship
S W' I F T S U R E,
Al at Lloyd's, ' I 1603 tons,
M. B. MAYHEW, Commander,
Belonging to Mesar». Greon, of Blackwall.
Tho nbovenamed celebrated vessel haa oatabllshod so high a roputation in thls-trado that It Is unneces- sary to refer to tho numerous successful passages which abo has accomplished. Sbo is still commanded
by Captain Mayhow.
Passage-money, £10 and upwards.
For circulars and all particulars, apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizaboth-streot south.
No sub agents or runners aro authorised to receive passago-money or issuo tlckots.
ESSRS. MONEY WIGRAM and SONS
(Of Blackwall Yard, London)
LINE OF STEAM AND SAILING SHIPS.
Compriiing tho steamship London, Kent, Lincoln- shire, Yorkshire, Essoxfiiow), Suffolk, Truo Briton (now), Norfolk, and other well-known olippor »hips, which have been built expressly for tho Australian passenger trade. ' r
For LONDON, Direct, to sail positively on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, ,
Tho favourite passenger ship, ß SUSSEX, 1000 Tons, Al at Lloyd's,
R. BIDGERS, Commander.
The attention of intonding travellers is directed to the superior character of tho accommodations on board this favourito vessel of Messrs. Money Wigram and Sons' fleet. On her reeent voyago to England I and back, tho pabsages wore made in 78 and 73 days
respectively. Captain Rldgers (lato of tho Lincoln- shire) commands tho Suasex.
PassBgo-nioney, £16 and upwards.
For circulars and all particulars, apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co, 10 Ehzaboth-strootsouth. Tho B 8. LONDON will tail early in April.
LAOKWALL LINE of PACKETS,
Dover Castle, Roxburgh Castle, Highflyer, Swiftsuro,
( Anglesey, &c.
FOR LONDON, DIRECT,
To sail with punctuality,
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 22,
The favourito passonger ship
1200 Tons, Al at Lloj d's,
H. T. GIBSON, Commander,
Belonging to Messrs Green, of Blackwall.
The Wellesley is ono of the well-known vessels be- longing to tho Blackwall Lino of Packets, and her qualities as a passenger ship havo beon successfully tested in tho Australian trade. -Sho is under the command of Captain Gibson.
PasBagc-money, £10 and upwards.
For ciiculars and all particulars apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Eiizaboth-streotsouth.
No sub-agents or runners are uuthorised to receivo pasfcagcnioney or to issuo tickets. Passengers' tickets
uro not transferable
LAOKWALL LINK of PACKETS.-Blackwall 1 Liner WELLESLEY, from London -Notice to Consignees -Arrangenicnta have been mude to DIS- CHARGE this vessel's CARGO alongside tho Mel- bourne and Hobson's Bay Uni'ed Railway Company's Pier, Sandridge, at tho customary rato. Consignees objecting will please notify the undersigned.
W. P. WHITE and Co., agents, IO Elizahoth-stroot
Ïjl O R LONDON, Direct.
? The well-known
And favourito clipper ship
fllö tons rogistor, Al at Lloyd's, ,
0. FORSTER, Commandor.
To sail punctually on TUESDAY, FEBRUARYS.
This fino vessel, lying alongside tho Melboumo and Hobson's Bay Railway Pier, is now taking in her
Shippers will obligo by making early arrangomonts
with tho undersigned.
Tho Baloon accommodations in this uno ship aro of a superior description, being commodious and woU
For frolght or passage apply to
MICHAELIS, BOYD, and Co., 1 Elizaboth-streot,
ONDON and MELBOURNE LINE of FACKEl'S.
For LONDON, Direct.
To sail from tho Sandridge Town Pier,
On SATURDAY, the 24th FEBRUARY,
Tho magnificent well-known clipper ship
Al at Llojd's, 1200Tons,
Tho Rod Rover has acquired a high roputation for speed and comfoi t in tho Australian passenger trado, and will bo punctually despatched, tho ship's cargo < being nearly all engagod.
Tho saloon cabins aro conifortablo, and well venti- lated, being admirably adapted for passengers.
The Eecond cabin, in tho houso on deck, is limited and select. Application for room in this department should bo made early.
Tho third cabin accommodation is entirely new, having been fitted since the Blilp's last arrival In this poi t, and presents many advantages not usually found in passonger ships.
As regards all passengers, provisions of tho most | superior description will be Issued.
For freight or passage apply to
DE PASS BROTHERS and Co., agents ; or to
J. H. WHITE and Co., brokera, 101 Collins-Bt. woat.
OR SALE anti BAIRNSDALE-Hie clipper schooner MOERANGI ia now berthed lu tho now dock ready to RECEIVE CARGO, and will havo I qultk despatch. Ibis dosirablo trader urawa four
feet only when loaded.
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 William street.
IrURBT VESSEL for WARRNAMBOOL.-The
1 PEVERIL will RECEIVE CARGO TniS AFTER- NOON, at Australian Wharf. For frolght, &c, I apply to i
O. TONDEUR and Co., 8 FUndors-streot east.
OR BELFAST, First Vessol. - Tho flchoonor
ELIZA will RECEIVE CARGO at tho Austra- lian Wharf Tnls Day, mid have Immediate despatch. For freight, &e , apply to
WILSON HARDY and Co., 33 Flinders-street west. FIRST VESSEL for BELFAST, Port Fniry.-Tim
regular trader LADY ROBILLIARD, Captain BROANN, Is now RECEIVING CARGO In the Now Dock, and will sall on Wodncsday. For frolght or passage, apply
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 Wllllam-atreot.
17I0R PORT MACDONNELL.-Tho rogular trader
. FLS INO SQUIRREL, Captain Pasley, Is now RECEIVING CARGO al the Australian Wharf, and will Bail on Wednesday. For freight or passago apply . PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 Wllliam-Btreot.
AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY.
Paid-up Capital, £100,000. Reserve Fund, £70,000.
Taken at current rates.
Losses made payablo either at tho
Or at any of tho
Company's Ageuclos, j At the option of tho insured.
_E, L. MONTEFIORE, Boorotary.
CCORNWALL FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE
, . Risks at Lowest Ratos.
Claims Payablo in London.
F. HALLER and CO., agents, 2G Queen-street,
ERWENTand TAMAR MARINE ASSURANCE
Marino risks of every description taken at loweBt
Losses promptly settled either in Molbourno or London, as desired.
11 Little Collins-stroot west.
JAMES HENTY and Co., Agouts._
NEW SOUIH WALES MARINE ASSURANCE
MARINE RISKS at Lowost Current Ratos, i Agenta for Victoria :
WOODVILLE, JARRETT, and Co., i 80 CollliiB-strect west.
S""h î Ï (J 5 it ï 5 5 Ä,
Captain S. P. FELLOWS,
From NEW YORK,
Has Discharged, Cargo.
All claims agalust this vessel must bo rendered, in duplicate, at tho office of tho undorsigned, on or before tho 12th inst., otherwise they will not bo recognised.
LORD and Co., 12G Collins-street west.
rpUE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY, ¡JL (Limited).
Incorporated under the Companies' Statute, 1801.
Registered Offices, 81 Queen-street.
Capital, One Million.
Paid-up Capital, £00,000.
, Marine risks on every description of inaurablo Inte- rest accepted at current rates, and losses payable, at the option of tho assured, either at the head office, Melbourne, or at any of the agencies of tho company in Great Britain or tho colonies.
DAVID MOFFAT, Secretary.
NIVERSAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Chief Omeo, 35 Cornhill, London.
Tho undersigned aro authorised to issuo POLICIES at the LOWKhT CURRENT RATES of PREMIUMS. The claims can bo modo payablo In tho colony, or at ports in Europe, India, or China. >
pE PASS BROTHERS and Co., agents for the Australian colonies and New Zealand, 40 Elizabeth street south._ WILLIAM HOWARD SMITH,
Auctioneer, Ship Broker, and Shipping Agent.
VESSELS WANTED to LOAD COAL at
For Shanghai, Hong Kong, and California. 20 Market-strott, Melbourne.
THE BRITISH and FOREIGN MARINE
INSURANCE COMPANY (Limited).
Capital, Ono Million Sterling.'
Tho undersigned having been appointed agents for ibis company, are prepared to accept first-class risks at current rates. , "I '
M'CULLOOH, SELLAR, and Co., Quoan-stroot.
Btooks and Bbaxos.
CD'OYLY H. APLIN (lato of tho Geological Sur
. vey). CONSULTING GEOLOGIST, OS Tomple court. . Mines inspected for companies cr privato owners (periodically, If required). Landt Bupposed to contain any-useful or valuable mineral examined and reported upon. ' '
1710R SALE,- SHARES in the undermentioned
. Stringer's Creek Gold-mining Companies :-.,
North Gipps Land Wellesley
HOWARD and KER.'Hall of Commorco.
F'OR PEREMPTORY SALE, 60 Young May Moon,
60 Bluo Jacket (amalgamated), 20 Lilydalo, Stringer's Creek ; 60 No. 1 South Loch Fyne. Lyons,
FOR SALE, three SHARES (3), Third Union
Building Society. Nomo, ofiico of this paper.
JOHN DONALD, MINING AGENT, Matlock,
furnishes reporta to Melbourne- shareholders, and undertakes legal or mining management of registered
LYONS and Co., SHARBBROKEBS and MINING
AGENTS, 5 Collins street west, opposite Im- perial Firo Offlco. lH
MINING SCRIP, Seals, Transfer, Rooster, und
Call BOOKS, newekt patserns, Pearson and Co., 07 Collins-street. (,
OHARES for SALE, National Duilding Society. O Apply to Mr. Wharton, 24 Colllnä-atrect wost.
T COKER and Co., No. GOA Collina street west,
, STOCK, Share, and Money Brokers. Mo joy advances made upon mining and other securities.
TX/M. J> ROOBIEK, MINING AOENT, High ti Btrcot, Matlock, and Wood's Point, undertakes legal and mining management of milling companies. References and security givon. '
TX7 HITE STAB, Daylesford.-For AUCCION, at Y» tho risk or Joseph Chcahlro, To-Day. Read Knlpo'8 auction advertisement.
ANTED, to SELL, two SHARES ia Taird Vic toria Building Society. Apply S., Argus office,
YX/ ANTED, Melbourno and Suburban, Second » » Union, or Second Victorian Building Society SHARES. Dr. Thomas, Lonsdale-stroct.
Tutors, Governeseos, Clerks, &o.
A Lady wishes for a 8ITUATION as COMPANION a tot LADY, or Housekeeper, or "iVardrobekoepor in a school, or anything Fimilar whoi o tiust and con fldcncu aro required. Good references givon and re- quired. A. B , Mrs. Hislop'«, Skene-stroot, Geelong.
A CCOMPLISIIÜ.D FINISHING . UOVBRNESS JA requires MOKNINO ENGAGEMENT. Muue, singing, French, diawing, &c. B., 31 Russell-street
ClHEMIST'S ASSISTANT, qualified, WANTED,
i immediately. Address Druggist^ Argus office.
XPERIENCED- RESIDENT GOVERNESS, mem
ber of tho Established Churtli, desires EN- GAGEMENT. Highost rclennces. 03 Goro-strcct, Fitzroy.' '
GENTLEMAN proceeding immediately to Capo
Town and hici>, open to RECEIVE BUSINESS, or privato, COMMISSION!). AxldMss Commercial, Mr. Williams*», Hull or Commorco, Cplllns-atrcet.
ADIËS' SEMINARY to bo DISPOSED OF, in full
operation, prcsont proprietor retiring. Miss Cowen, 100 Colllns-streot.
Ii IANISTE open to ENGAGEMENT, or would tako
. mniiBgement of hotel. Town or country. 100 CoDins-sircot east. ,
C1100L.-WANTED, ii fomalu ASSISTANT
ÏEACHER. for tlio Common Behoiil No. 353, 'Kilmore Application, with testimonials, forwarded to Mr. Geo. Gordon, correspondent, cn or boforo 10th
SURVEYOR'S FOREMAN, accustomed to uso
theodolite, and a good computor, Applicant to 'state his ago and endoso testimonials, or copies. Address Agricultural Area, Post oflice, St. Arnaud.
(JlTUATION WANTED, CLERE or STORE
CD KEEPER, by a steady man. <Jood character. Apply John, Argus agency, Ballarat, i
rilHE adverti-er has had considerable oxporiouee In X tho management of stock, and having about £2000 at his disposal, is anxious to invest the amount in n 'sheep or cattle station, oí which lic,';woald tako the ^innogemcnt.
To a station owner not personally managing his property, tho present would afford on opportunity of Bccuring an efficient manager.
Address G. Kirk and Co., 12 Bourkcstreot west.
riPIIOllOUGHLY efficient RESIDENT GO
JL VEKNEBS requires a SITUATION in a gentle- man's family. Acquirements-English, Fronen, music. M, S. B., Argus office. References given and
rino PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISI'S.-A flrst-cluss
X COLOURIST WANTED. Apply Johnson and
Co., 28 Swanston-stroot.
rpUTOtt WANTED. Answor to Uatthoson J. X Smith's application at Gordon and Goteh's, Col- lins-street, i_ WANTED, for the Common School, Tarraville,
No. 016, a MASTER and MISTRESS. Applica- tions, with testimonials, will bo received up to 22nd Fobruary, addressed to the Correspondent, Tarra-
WANTED, a sharp well-educated YOUTH, for
tho outfitting business. Apply, in applicant's handwriting, to A. B., Argus ofHco.
\\l ANTED, CITY MISSIONARY. Applications, TY with testimonials, lodgod with Rov. R. Hamil- ton, Napior-strcot, till Monday, 10th lnat.
Wj ANTED, a. MALE ASSISTANT, for a Behool In T» Gipps Land. Latin indispensable. Apply Common School, II awthorn.
\XJ ANTED, a SECRETARY and CuLI.EOl'OR to i t V the Victoria Agricultural Society. 'london will boiocoUcd until 10 o'clock a.m. on Tlumday, 15th lust, at tho Sir Henry Barkly Hotel, Heidelberg, «hero purtlculars may ho boo».
WANTED, a PERSON thoroughly coiupotonc to
inspect and report on a copper-mlue. Applica- tions, with testimonials as to knowledge of ooppor niinlm.', to bo mado boforo 15th hist, to John Mohr,
81 Collins-street west.
WANTED, by a gentloman with tlrst-clau refer-
ences, EMPLOYMENTupon station nsUNDOR OVERSEER, or Storekeeper. Salary no object. Ad- dress H. II., Argus olllco.
WANTED, by youngman of good business know-
ledge, SITUATION lu outfitter's establishment, or storo, In tho country. R. O., 1'oat-olUce, Castle-
IDOW LADY wlshos CHARGE of HOTEL, or houso of business. Firat-clasa pianiste. Imme- diate, Argus office.
W" ANTED, for a Common School, ASSISTANT
MASTER, possessing certificats from Board of Education. Apply, by lotlor, to H. O. Plrani, 0 Quccn-strcot.
W' ANTED, an AiBlST'ANT BOOKKEEPER.
Must liavo a thorough know leilgo of the wholo Balo grocery trade. Address, by letter only, Liator and Anitcl, Ballarat*_
ANTED, SITUATION, us CLERK, or Storeiuuii,
by a shipmaster. Colonial references. Salary
secondary object. Address F. P., Argus office._ TT7 ANTED, a gentleman PIANIST. Apply to Mr. TY Colo, Rief Hotel, Mosquito Flat, Maryborough. Early application. _ _
WJ ANTED, a joung ladv, as resident MUSICAL Vi GOVERNESS. Mrs. Elderton, SS Colllna-Btrcot
AT H. Blomflcld's, 85 Fltzroy-streot, good CRI-
MEAN and FLANNEL SHIRT'FINISHERS can obtain constant EMPLOYMENT.
PPENTIOES AVANTED. Also Boyi, accustomoU _ to Jam tina. Nutting and Leek, Little Collins
A PIANOFORTE TUNER, good knoivlcdgo of
niiiBic trado, Bocks EMPLOYMENT A. N. V., Argus ofllce._,,
A Strong LAD, to strike in a biackunrith'a shop*
Apply Hugh Lennon, blacksmith, Elizabeth" street north, Melbourne._ 'a HGUS CLOTHING FACTORY.-WANTGD, ü TAILORS; also competent coat, truuaors, and t e*t lintula.' Constant employment. Good wages.
OLL1NGWOOD BOOT FACTORY.-To Boot uukor«.-Good TRADESMEN WANTED. None
but Btoidy mon need apply. _ _
lOLLlNGWOOD ROOT FACTORY.-ArTKEN > TICES WANTED. Lads of about 14 yoars of ago, and rendent in Collingwood, preferred._
COLLINGWOOD BOOT FACTORY.-To Buot
makcrs.-BIVETTERS, who oro steady men,
WANTED. Apply Mr. Campbell._ CARPENTERS, Wheelwrights, and Shepherds,
WANTED, for stations and suburbs. Mrs. Brown's (Mam's) olliccB, Bourke-Btreet west.
CARPENTfcR WANTED, to put up a verandah, at
30 Curzon-Btrcet, Hotham. Labour only.
XPEHIENCED MACHINISTS and IMPROVERS,
Wheeler and Wilson's machines. Underclothing
Manufactory, 120 and 130 Spring-street._
AS METERS.-WANTED, a compétent MAN, to
repair inutors, ¿se. Apply, by letter, 20 Swans ton-Btrvot, Melbourne.
AlRDKESSElt WANTED, for the country. Per manent situation for good steady hand. Apply Lazarus Bio;., 21 Little Collins-street weet, IV to
LATHCUTTER WANTED. C. and J. Smith, Col
Hngwood Saw-mills, Albert-street.1 . ,
ACIIINISTS and TA0KER8 for flannel work.
Henderson's manufactory, 129 and 130 Sprlng , street.
RS. DAVIDSON has VACANCY for Al'PRKN TICES as machinists and Crimean shirt makers. 1 Vlotoria-torraco, Cardigan-street.
AILORING.-APPRENTICES WANTED, also Improvers, for coats and trousers. Warne and Webster, 55 Russcll-strcet.
TAILOR ESSES, Apprentices, and Improvers
WANTED; also,good buttonholoworker. 127 Sprlng-Btreot. »
INSM1TH WANTED. Scott and Co., Melbourne
Copper Works, 113 FUndors-stroot west.
O FARMERS.-A gentleman wishes to PLACE lils [SON with rcspoctable farmor. Addross
Firmer, Argus oiilco.
110 TAILORS.-First-class CUTTER, ouo who un
. don-tands his business, will be opon to an EN- GAGEMENT after Saturday, 17th hist. Address Cutter, Post-ofllce.
npO TAILORS.-WANTED, a good PRESS*.«. X Apply 20 Llttlo Collins-streot wost.
rt*.0 BAKERS.-A SECOND HAND WANTED. J Apply to J. Mumhy, Windsor junction.
rjiBREE good TAILORS WANTED. Australian JL Clothing Factory, 27 and 20 Littlo Collins-street
WO BOYS WANTED, accustomed to photo graphlc business. Davies and Co., photographers, 04 Bourko-streot. '
XI ACANCIES for a fow APPRENTICES. 27 and
V_20 Littlo Collins-street oast._ WJ ANTED, MACHINISTS, with own macbinoa. » » Singer's preferred. Manufactory, llonry-atreot,
ANTED, a good SHOEING SMITH. Apply W.
Lambie, 173 Littlo Bourko-stroot east.
li; ANTED, sowing MACHINIST, accustomed to Ti Crimean and flannel shirts. A. Cruley, 41
/ANTED, two JOINERS. Applyolght-roomcd
house, Dudley-street, West Melbourne.
ANTED, a BEEl^SLAUGIITF.RMAN. Apply at the cattle-, ards.'thls day. A. Gnrdncr.
VX7ANTKD, iborough good HOmSE-SHOER, for » » up country. Apply IS Quoou-strect, Melbourne,
ANTED, BRICKLAYER and HODMAN.
.Uudton'e, Chapel-slrcot, Prahran, sharp.
TI/ANTED, a GOOD PARKIER, for Warrnam T» bool. Apply James M'Ewau and Co,, 7!) Eliza
ANTED, BLINÜMAKEKS. London hands preferred. Mitchcnoi', blind manufacturer, 84
AT Mrs. BROWN'S (Main's) OFFICES, expe-
rienced NUhSKM AIDS WANTED, for stations ; also, Nurtegirls, Castlemaine, Geelong, and Long- wood._
AT Mrs. BROWN'S (Main's) OFFICES, ex-
perienced farming MARRIED COUPLES WAN1ED, for first-class situations, country.
TMre. BROWN'S (Main s) OFFICES, GENERAL
SERVANTS WANTED, accustomed to larin houso businoss. All parts of the colony.
T Mrs. BROWN'S (Miin's) OFFICES, Bourko
Btrcot west, NURSEMAIDS WANTED, for
first class situations on stations.
TMrs. KLDliKTON'S, 8ts Colllns-stroot, malo and femulo SERVANTS, Mai ried Couples without on cunibrnuco, forwarded to country.
T Mr". ELBERTON7^ §3 Colllns-strout
WANTED, flrst-clnss G ENERAL SERVANTS at cxccllOHt wages, town, suburbs! stations.
T Mrs. ELDERTON'S, 88 C-illiiis-Btreot, COOKS
and LAUNDRESSES WANTED, Prahran, Heidelberg, Kew, Essendon ; Nursemaids, Echuca.
T KLDEltTON'S, Collins-streot, professed OOOIC WANTED, Toorak ; Housemaid, Cook and Laun- dress, oud Nurso, Wanted. '
T Mr. ELDERTON'S, Collins-streot, BUTLERS,
Glooms, Coachmen, Waiters, Ploughmen, Shepherds, Gardeners, useful Lads wait engagoniont. A1 T Miss COWEN'S, 100 Collins-streot, HOUSE and
PARLOURMAIDS WANTED, town, suburbs, Goolong. Also, General Servants.
£ JARMAN VMints SITUATION, night or day.
S Rcforcnces unoxcoptionablo, security If required. Add)oss Barman, oiilco of this paper
(lOOKS, Housemaids, Gonoral Servant», Nurso
J molds, Grooms, &o., WANTED, at Mrs. Faw sctt's regis,ti y oiilco, Colllus-atreet.
/lOOD GENERAL SKRVANT OFFERS hor tjEtt XX VICES to any family going to Groat Britain. Moderato wages. Unexceptionable references. Apply by lcttor, Homo« ard Bound, Horuld agent, Sand- hurst^_ /"IOOD English HOUSEMAIDS wait ENGAGE \J MENT. Mrs. Blansliard's, South Yarra.
ELBOURNE HOME.-WANTED, Immediately,
Protestant GENERAL SERVANT, for country township, gontleuiau's familjv Also, Cook, for country._ TWO sisters, ono as cook and laundress, other as
housemaid, wish SITUATIONS in same family. Ilavo good characters. Also, good Gonoral Servants wait engagement. Mrs. Blanshai'd's oiilco, South
1CTOR1AN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION, 12S Colllus-Btreot.-GARDENEB WANTED, for tho country. Must bo single,
ICiOKIAN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION, MARRIED COUPLE WANTED, for gontlo man's family,-man, butler; wife, professed cook.
WANTED, MARRIED COUPLE, wltliautoiicum
urance,-tho ulan asgardoncr, and,wlfl> a< laun- dress. To a thoroughly competent couple, well re- commended, good wages will ho givon, and nono other need apply. Mr. II Scutt, Inspector's olfico, Union Bonk of Australia, until Saturday, the 17th lust.
WANTED, a strong, stoidy woman, ns LaUN
DRPhS. Shu must thoroughly nuderstand hor business. T» a competont person good wbros will bo given. Apply by lcttor to box 130, Melbourne Post- ónico._ TIS; ANTED, by the beginning or March, a MAR- TÍ RIED COUPLE,-tho husband as gardonor, tho v>lfo as laundress. None but llmt-clast. noed apply. Hubert do Castella, St. Hubort's, Liljualo.
ANTED, oxporienced NURSE, gontloiuan's family ; also, Housemaids, Cooles, Laundresses, General Set vants. Milliard's olllcu, Bourko street, opposite Waxw orlrs.
"I X7 ANTED, an Intelligent young person, oiovor ' YT with her medlo, as NURSEMAID, midtoussist in tho housework;. Apply to Mrs. Crouch, Argyle street, St. Kilda._
WANTED, by a rospoctablo young mau, a SITUA-
TION as BARMAN. Understands collar woi le, and the trad o in all its branches. Unoxceptlonubio character. Address W. P. S., ArgUB ulllce._
ANTED, a rospoctablo BARMAID, for Ballarat,
with roferenco. Apply R. Donman, Bovon Stars Hotel, Swanston-ttrcot, from 10 to 12 o'clock this ds)._ WANTED, hy a ficsh arrival, a SITUATION, us
housemaid, or homo and parlour maid. Good testimonials from homo. Address E. B., 05 Quecn
W) ANTED, ixporionced NURSE, good neodlc VV woman. 22 Collltis-streot v,oat, Saturday or Monday, 1 to 2._.
\tl ANTED, by Englishwoman, SITUATION in 1 Y » family. Do houao or noodle work. Address M.
II., Argus office.
ANTED, steady BOY, usoful in gardon, milk
cow. Comfortable home. Apply Mr. Curtis, Princess-street, Kow.
W" ANTED, by activo man, SITUATION LIGHT
POUTER, or bindiar capacity. First-class I références. Lowie, 57 Fllnders-streot cast.
ANTED, a GENERAL SKRVANT, accustomed to children. Small family, at Richmond. Apply 78 Lonsdale-stroct._ WANTED, compétent HOUSEMAID. Good ro
fcuiices required. Apply, from 2 to 4, at 2
Cnrlton-teTrace, Druinmond-Btrcot._ XT/ANTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS, ablo to TY milk. Apply, boforo 1 o'clock, 2 Alma-torraco, East St. Kilda._
WANTED, ngood GENERAL SERVANT. Apply
at Mr. Taylor's, houso agont, FItzroy-streot,
WANTED, a thorough GENERAL SERVAN!",
with reference Apply at 210 Bourke-atrect west. _
WANTED, a thorough GENERAL SKRVANT, TT with roforenco. Apply at 221 Bourko-streot west. ____^^________________ WANTED, respectable joung man, as WAITER, YV for first-class hotel. .Maillard'« oiilco, 122 Bourko-streot, opposlto Waxworks.
WANTED, thrc« strong active LADS, to work at
Sandridge. Apply Swallow and Ailoll, OFliu dcrs-strcet._ WANTED, two intelligent YOUTHS, to wait at
tablo in ,tho vestíbulo of the Theatro Royal, 11 o'clock sharp. ^^
WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT, Protestant. Mrs. Morris, 5 Grattan-terrace, Grattan-strect, near University Hotel, Carlton.
WANTED, thorough GENERAL SKRVANT, Pro . . testant. Stsrched washing put out. Corlntbian ?vill», Wollliigton-paiado, East Melbourne. ^^^^ Wi ^
WANTED, a GIRL, to nurro a baby, and make
herself usefuL No. 8 Canning-street, Carlton.
WANTED, a smart active GIRL, about 15, to make
herself generally useful. Apply Tobacconist's,
E3 Brunswick, street.
WANTED, a BARMAN. Apply by Iottor Corn-
wall Arms Hotel. '
WANTED, youngman, as GROOM and PORTER. ' Apply 64 Errol-Btreot, between Oand 10 o'clock. WANTED, a good GENERAL SEKVANT. Apply
Steam picket Hotel, corner Bank, Moray streets,
WANTED, strong activo SERVANT-of-ALL
WORK, used to washing and children. 33 Ilanovor-stroet, Fitzrdy.
WANTED, a KEEPER, for tho Mclbourno Cluli
bowling-green. Apply to Mr. John Campbell, Clupo'.strect station.
WANTED, good English GENERAL SERVANT;
also, Nurse-girl. Must have good references. 15 Grattan-street, Carlton.
WANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT, Pro YY testant. Apply,.thls day, at 02 Goorgo-streot,
WANTED, thorough GENERAL SERVANT, with
good references. Nono olso need apply. Sin- clair's Hotel, Lonidale-street.
WANTED, thorough GENERAL SERVANT,
English or Scotch, for small family. References requ'red. 25½, Barkly-street, Carlton.
WANTED, smart, activo LAD, as bar washer-up. Melbourno Gin Palace, Bourko-stroot.
\X7 ANTED, two good PLOUGHMEN. Apply Y V Tuesday, 12 o'clock, D. S. Hughes, 4 Lonsdale
WANTED, a BABY, to WET-NURSE. Apply Mrs. Scott, Sandridge ballast ground. Milk
five days old. WANTED, a rcspcotable girl, as NURSE. Apply ty to-day, to Mrs. Thomas Dickson, William-street,
WANTED, thorough GENERAL SERVANT. Must be good cook and laundress. Apply No. 63 Flinders-street east.
WANTED, rcBpoctablo LADS, tosoll refreshments
in the Theatro Royal. Apply 121 Swanston streck_
WANTED, healthy WET-NURSE; milk about
flvo months. Apply Ogg, chemist, Gardiner's Creek-road, South Yarra.
WANTED, a competent COOK. Apply Mrs. ' Wright, Lpngflcld, Gardiner's Crook-road.
A Fact One Trial Will Prove.-Mre. G. Bradshaw
gives the niGnEST PRICE for all kinds of CAST-OFF CLOTHING. 120, 12S Russoli-strect. Let tera promptly attonded.
AT Pearson and Co.'s, Collins-street, five-quire
packet suporüno royal NOTE-PAPER, Is. ; 1000 Envelopes, 4a.
A NNOUNCEMENT.-Arrivals.-WANTED, A. WATCHES, BooUn, Firearms, Luugagc, Miicol laiileB. HlgliOBt price. Bon j. Mark», 107 Ellzabeth-st. ANNOUNCEMENT.-WANTED, CLOTHING,
Jewellery, Book», Miscellanies. Highest price. Abraham Levy, 7B.83Stcphon-stieot. Lcttersatonded. ALL kinds gentlemen's LKFT-OFF CLOTHING,
Immigrant'a Luggage, PURCHASED. English prices. O'Regan, 7DlStcphon-strcot.
ALL sorts, sizes BOUGHT, Sold, Exchanged.
Goods of every description lent on hire. Clc land'c, Stephen-street.
Pair GATES, or moro, WANTED, at l18 Bourko
street cast. Johnston, auctioneer, 118 Bourke strcot east._
A NY quantity CLOTHING, Jmvellory, Firearm», £& Furniture, WANTED, immediately. Best; prices. Clclnnd's, 01 Stcphen-street. Lottors attended.
UTCH JCR S SHOPFIXTURES.BUBpondedcircular
iron bais, rall«, brackets, hooks, &c, cheap. EvaiiB, opposito South Yarra Station.
HEAP STATIONERY, Account Books, Lodgors, &e., nnd every requisite for olllco uso. Pearson and Co., Collins-street oat.
(CARPETS TAKEN UP, Beaten, and Rolaid. T.
j Bates, carpet planner, 187 Swanston-streot, oppoflto Hospital.
OLONIaL TOBACCO, £112 per ton for largo
well-cured leaf. Law, Soinuer, and Co., Swan-
MPTY BRANDY HHDS. for SALE. Fogarty,
. Daly, and Co., 108 Klizaboth-strcot.
HUT OH ISON'S patent guaranteed suporlorcolonial
OVENS. Thousands in uso. Foundry, 104 Littlo Bourkc-strcot west and 10 east.
HARRISON, 60 Gertrude-strcot, Flturoy, and 75
Swanston-strcet, has just imported superior
HARRISON'S VALENTINES aro pro-omlnontly
rcmarknblo for variety, nownoss of patterns, and elegante of stj lo. 76 Swanston-strooS.
ARRISON'S llrst-elass VALENTINES vary in price from 1b. to 90s. oach. 75 Swanston-slrcot. HARRISON'S lutermmablo comic metamorphosis
coloured and embossed advertising VALEN- TINES, 71 for la. Od. 76 Swanston-Btroot.
JUST RECEIVED, largo assortment MATERIALS
for PAPER and WAX FLOWERS. Mrs. Staff, 01 Swanston-strcet. liiBtiuctlon g1 von.
LARGE EMPTY CASES, zinc Unod, for SALE.
Cochrano and Brun, 62 Flindors-lano east.
PORTABLE GAS WORKS.-REGULATORS and
OARBURETTING APPARATUS, saving a third lu consumption. Depot, 5 Swanston-strcot.
PORTRAITS nt NIGHT, by the new maguoBlum
light. G oui tor's, 67 Collins-stroot east.
QTOREKK1SPEUS and HAWKERS SUPPLIED. O Grclg's job toy and fancy goods warehouse, 30 and D2 Gertrude street, Fitzroy._
~ ANTED, a person to ADOPT HEALTHY GIRL,
ugc four. Address Adoption, Aigus olllco.
Missing; Friands, Messages, O.a.
EDUCATIONAL, Spanish.-Mr. Lawrance, apply
at Buzzaid's Library.
JANE, or BRIDGET nEWIT, from Finne, Tip~
perary,-scud your present address to Mr. Am- brose Kjto, Melbourne.
LOST, on Tuesday night, Oin, between Bourko
sticetaud Carlten, BOX, containing toola. Eluder rowarded. Apply 101 Bourko-stroot weat.
LARKINS, MARY, lato of Dandonong-road,
news for you nt Mr. Woedow'e, Cliapol-sttoot,
M' R. LESINGHAM.who dined with a Mr. Georgo
Pnttoson (supposed to bo uudor the asauinoil nnmo of Georgo Pierco) on 3rd February, 1B53, will obligo by communicatliur with Otto Berliner, manager of prhaio inquiry odico, 78 Klizibolh-strcot,_ ]»,« 1SS A. GLEESON and Mrs. GORING, supposed lljl to ho resident near Beechworth, aro requested to forward their address to John Deorlug, Argus office, Collins-stieet, Melbourne.
ICHAHD S. NICKLIN,-a letter from Dro
mana, Retreat Inn, Kugln n-struot, Sandridgo.
ST. KILDA ELECTION.-WANTED, the AD-
DRESS of tho lame gentleman who, with tinco others, were driven from tho Terminus Hotel to tho Central Committee-room, OollinB-stroet, at 8.30 on polling-day, by cab No. 177. Wilto Hardy, Fawknor
strect, St. Kilda._
SHIP ALIPORE.-Any pasaongor« who sailed in
Ulla ship florn England, in Dccombor, 1862, will oblige by forwarding their address to Mr. Maplestone, Hcldelborg._ W' ANTED, MARGARET FOX to call imme
dlatcly at No. 0 K> to's-buildings, Vrlnce's Btrcct, Fitzroy.
XiOBt and Found.
FOUND, a BOX of TOOLS, in Madolliio-strcet.
Apply to A. M'Artliur, Lincoln.plaoo, Madeliuo
17-OUND, a LEATUEU-BAG. Apply at 20 Cora
ITiOUND, BAG of MEAL, on Brighton-road. Apply
. ' 110 Bourko-atroot east.
1j->0*Jf»D, GREÏHOUND PUP (slut). Apply In
. kcrmanu Hotel. East St. Kilda. Expenses on
LOST, a PURSE, with about £4 12a., belonging to
a poor female. Supposed to bo noir tho station. Apply to tho Btationmaster, Hobson'« Ray Railway,
LOST, from a dray, between Swauitou-siroot aud
University,/a SACK containing mason's tool». Finder rewarded. Apply II. Wilson, luachltlcsmlth, near University.
LOST, CARD CASE, Monthly tlokct Emorald-ulll.
Reward, Sandhurit Ilotol, Colllna-strcet oatt.
ONE POUND REWARD.-LOST, a CHEQUE,
No. 1,204, signed Dalgety and Co, for C58 odd, on Union Bank. Stopped at bank. Inquire Robbins Brothers, Sandridge.
ONE POUND REWARD.-LOST, MASONIC
APRON, whlto leather and blue «Ilk, on Friday night, lu Siinpaon'-.road, or Victoria-parado. J. Flannagan, 6 Colllna-sticct cast.
L*TRAYED, from 36 Brunsvrlck-street south, dark _) red COW, branded 100. Ten shilling) reward.
TWO POUNDS REWARD.-STRAYED. ' from
Essondon, on 6th February, bay HORSE, branded Fa\ conjoined near khoulder, blacK points ; olio chest- nut Cob, saddlo marked, two hind foot whlto, short tail. Apply Lincolnshire Anns, Essendon.
atWOPOUNDS,REWARD.-Lost, botweon Sand
. ridge and Queen-stroct, Mclbourno, aupposod to hu near the Toll-bâr, a PARCEL, containing £13 2*. Tho Under, on returning same to Hugh Wilson, butcher, Buy-street, Sandridge, will rocclvo the abovo reward. ? ?_|_|_
ritWO POUNDS REWARD.-STOLEN, or Strayed.
'X during December tatt, from my paddock, at Lal Lal, a roan HOR8E, star on forehead, JW near shoulder. Tho above reward will bo paid on recovery. A. Fitkcn. Lal Lal, Jan, SO, I860..
Board and Lodging,
AT 5 Royal-torraeo, superior BOARD and RESI-
DENCE for gentlemen and families. Terms
AT 0 Soyal-tcrraco, suporior BOARD and RESI-
DENCE for olio or two gontlomon. Baths, &o.
T 731- Fllndors-lano oast, comfortablo LODGINGS,
for ono or two roipoctablo persons. Board optional. Torm« moderate. Bvh. Library.
T 2 Royal-tcrrooo, superior BOARD and RESI DENCE for a gentleman, or lady and gentleman.
A T 129 Colllns-strcot cast, four doors west Mol JA. hourno Club, superior BOARD and RESI.
DENCE. Piano. Baths.
AT 16 Victoria parado, off Nlcholson-strcot,.
BOARD and RESIDENCE for gentlemen.
Terms moderate. Baths. Piano.
AT 6 Granito-tcrraco, Gortrudo-stroot, Fitzroy»
privnto BOARD and RESIDENCE for two gen-
tlemen. Terms moderate. Baths.
A Gentleman requires really first-class HOME,
with rospcetablo prtvato family, near town^ Lllioral remuneration, and references oNchanged. Address English, Gordon and Gotch's, Collitis-streot,
Comfortably furnlshod BED and SITTING ROOM, suitable for two gentlemen or married couplo, 00
Vor}' quiet BEDROOM. .Stilt rospcetablo singlo"
man or female. 162 Scots' Itcsorvo, opposite Smith-street, Victoria-parado.
AQuiot comfortablo HOME, for fow boardors, 10s.
Barry's, near Sponcer-street station, opposite;
ACCOMMODATION for two Mends. Bo»rd op
tlonnl. Baths. 101 Glass-terraco, Gortrude streot, Fiteroy.
PARTMENTS in prtvato family. Board or partial Board. Torms moderato. Botorouco exchanged. ' 03 aore-stroot, Fitzroy.
A Comfortablo BEDROOM, sultablo for youpg lady'
engaged in business. 100 Lonsdalo-street west.
OARD and LODQING for young gentleman. 14 Dudloy-stroet, opposite Flagstaff gardons. Terms'
OMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATION for married'
or singlo ; siDglo bodrooms, Eb. wookly. Lamb' Inn, Litllo Latruhe-strcot.
MERALD-IULL.-Solect BOARD and RESl
11 EN CE Tor gentlemen, near station. Bath. Stono house, 57 Co\ entry-street west.
AST MELBOURNE.-To LET, furnished SIT
TINGROOM, with ono or tno bodrooms. Board oplloi al. Apply Broadbent and Kllohlngman, eoruoc
of Bourko and Swanston streets.
IfURNlSHED APARTMENTS for two single gon
tlemen, or n lady mid «rontleinnii, at 84 Oollins-i
/GENTLEMEN would find tho best ACOOMMODA VT TION closo to St. Kilda station. Cards, St. Kilda post-oflico.
ST. KILDA.-Partial BOARD and RESIDENCES
for a gontloman, privato family. Cards, Mr. , Malbon s's, Robe-strict /
ST. KILDA.-BOARD and RESIDENCE, Albort
houso, Viitorla-ntrect. Throo minutos' from baths and rnllwoy. '
JT. KILDA. -APARTMENTS, comfortablo aud 3 cornmodioua, piano. Groy-strcot, No|ituùu-stroot.
ST. KILDA.-First-liana privato APARTMENTS
for three gentlemen, or family. 10 Glottcester torraco, Fitzroj.stroot.
ST. KI LDA.-Furnlshcd SITTING and BED ROOM,
with or wIthout Board. Arundol-placo, Barkly
strcet. Terms modorato.
QT. KILDA.-Bungalow, Princo's-Hroot. Comfoit U nblo BOARD and RESIDENCE (or marrlod couples and gentlemen.
ST KILDA.-Partial BOARD and RESIDENCE
for gcntloineu, near bondi. Bathroom, stable Ap8loy-villa, Robo-streot.
SOUTH YARRA.-BOARD and RESIDENCE for
one or two gentlemen. Darllng-houso, Darling street, South Yarra.
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION for bullea or gon
tlcnion. Excelsior Hotel, Bourko-Btreot unst. Singlo bedrooms 7s. por weok.
rpWO furnishod ROOMS to LET, with uso ot X kitchen. Apply Ko. 10 Littlo Latrobe st root.
VACANCY, lady and gontloman, or singlo gentle-
men. 107 Albort-streot, Eaat Melbourne, oppo- site Fltzroy.Gavilens Baths
ANTED, BOARD and RESIDENCE, in qulot, rospeetablo family. Riohmond or East Mel- bourne preferred. Modorato, Argus olllco._ «/ANTED, BOARD and RESIDENCE, with It single room, East Melbourne Address Delta, ofllco of this papor.
HouBoaand band to Lot,
ALMA-ROAD, East St. Kilda.-To LET. brick COT-
TAGE, containing ilvo rooms, kitihen, and sertant's-raom, bnth, «a«.hhouso, mid collar, garden back and front. Yan Yean, with ovory convenience lor small family. Bent moderate Apply to Samuel Hughes, on tho promises ; or C. S. Ross and Co., 00
T St. Kilda, near Post-offlco, SHOP. D. F.
O'Connor, 66 Bourko-otroot wost.
AT Barkly-torraco, St. Kilda, HOUSE, flvo
rooms, furiilsliod. D. F. O'Connor, 65 Bourke
AT Glass's-hulldings, Brunswlok-stroot, Fitzroy,
HOUSES, six rooms. D. F. O'Connor, 55 Bourko-8trcet wost._ AT Littlo Lousdalo-itreot west, HOUSE, six rooms.
D. F. O'Oonnor, 55 Bourko-strcot wost.
AT Little Lousdale-8treot east, HOUSES, two
rooms. D. F. O'Connor, 55 Bourkostreot west,_
AT Little CollliiB-street and Fllndors-lano, brick
COTTAGES, 09, upwards per week, Johnston, auctlonoor, Bourko-Btreot.
AT 100 Sprlng-stioot. nlnu-roomod brick HOUSE,
27s. (Id. per week. Johnston, auctioneer, 118 Bourko-stroot oast.
AT 2 Bayviow-totraco, Rodon-stroot, West Mol
bourno, a commodious and pleasant HOUSE!,
five rooms and kltuhrn
ARTHUR TANNUll,/ 1 ilunk-plaeo, has four
HOUSES, situate In RuhhuII streat, consisting oí eight rooms ouch ; ami HouBoof 11 niartments, in Vaucluse, Richmonil.
Thioe-rooined funushid OOTl'AGK, 7S Argyle
street, off Bninswlclc-Bimot, Flntroy. i BRIGHTON.-To Ira J,Bl", furnlshod, lor a month,
handsorao detached COTTAGE, six rooms, boun- tifully sluutod, five minutes' to Chureh-strcot railway station, Icsb to the sia, with hor»o, cow, and poultry, if desired. Apply to Mr. Cosgravo, Novv-strcot, Brighton. _ '_ BAKERY to LET, containing two ovens, fronting;
Bourke-stroot. Apply early, Excelsior Hotel,
CUNTHAL OITY PREMISES, No. 21 Swanatou
j stieot, lato In the occupation of I Mossri. Urovor and Baker's Sonlng-machlnto Company. C. J. Hain,
OMMODIOUS dry STOKE, cool collar, Littlo Col
llns-street east. II. Hull, 13 Swaiistnn.strent.
DIVELLING110USE, Aluia-stroot, St. Kilda, con-
taining right rooms, kitchen, stabling, gurdon. Possission ou tho 20lh hist. Thomas Stuvonson, 43
WELLINGIIOUSE, at Bundor«, Yan Yuan
road. Opening for a medical min. Thomas Stovcnson, 48 Kllzabctli-stroot.
AST MELBOURNE, J oHmont-smuirc.-ron
roomed HOUSE to LET. O. J. Ham, 45 Swan ston-street._ FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE to LET, with largo yard
and shed, corner Courtnoy and Villiers streots.
1T>URN1SHED COTTAGE, «be rooms, stable, flvo
? minutes' from train. Roforences roqulrod. Evans, opposlto South Yarra station. '
I BURNISHED COTTAGES to LET, facing tho park.
. Apply Ueathor's circulating library, 130 Littlo
ltoglan-.stjroot, Kuiorald-hlll. _
1 BURNISHED throc-roomod OOTTAOE, Apply J.
Wild, broker, Stvau-itroot, Richmond. Rout, 12s. per week.
HOTEL, old-eslubllshod hoUso, Elizabeth-street,
doing good trade. W. H. Leahy, 70} Colllns
HOTEL.-To LET, tho Tolograph Hotel, Chapel
Btrcot, Prahran, doing snug business, Apply on the premises.
HOTEL.-DOVE HOTEL to LET, Riohmond. E,or
particulars apply P. J. Martin, Australian Bro«cry, Flinders-lane.
HOTEL, in Sunuston-stroat, opposlto County
Court. Immodlato possession. Valuation only. Term« liberal. Loahy, 70. ColllnB-strcot.
HOTEL, with Stabling. Rout, 10s. week, Valu-
ation only. Cash required, £70. Leahy, 701
OTEL, in city, doing £80 week. Price, £1000.
W. H. Leahy, 70j Collins-street east, ' ' *
REW.-To LET, furulBhed. six-roomed brick
HOUSE. Every convenience. Mr, Flshley, l8 Colllns-strcot cast.
MAYFIELD, with Yarra frontage, containing
di awing, dining, and breakfast mums, flvo spacious bedrooms, kitchen, laundry, bathroom, stable, conchhouso, gardon, and orchard. Ham, 45
"VIEW brick COTTAOES, four room«, 10s.; threo , li rooms, 0s. Carlton-torraoe, Station-street, Carl- f
KATLYiFURNlBUED COTTAGE lo LEI1. Ap-
ply 120 Ksglau-Btroot, Emerald-hill. ?
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