THE MELBOURNE .and HOBSON'S BAY
UNITED RAILWAY COMPANY.
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
H AL F-HOURLY TRAINS,
¡¡dum tickets at tinglo fares to Brighton Stations.
Half-hourly trains to Havvthoro.stopplng at Survoy rniMock nt)d Botanical Station each train, from 0.10 im. until 7.40 p.m., and at 8, 9, 10, and 11.60 no.' German QvinnaBtlc Association Annual Pic Hie, Survey-paddock. German Association's Annual TUc, Botanical-reaorvo, Foresters' Grand Annual Fete. Zoological-gardens.
By order, THOMAS FINLAYSON. Seo. Melbourne, December 28,1866.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS, V CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
VII! tun from Melbourne to all Butions, and from all
Stations to Melbourne, on tho
23rd, 26th, and 20th DECEMBER.
TloTjcts issued on any ono or those days will bo (tillable for return, by special train only, up to the jtaht of tho 28th.
Th&Ncw-Ycar Holldoy Tickets will bo issuod on tho tOth Docembcr, 1S05, and tho 1st and 2nd January, JEM. Theso will bo available for return, by special Into enly, up to tho night oí tho 2nd January.
THE TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS :
Lcavo Molbourao for Sandhurst at 7 a.m. and 7.10 p.m.-Faro there and luck, 12s.
Lcavo Melbourno for Geelong at 8.40 a.m. and C25 tun.-Faro tuero and back, 4s.
Lcavo Holbourne for Ballarat at 8.40 a.m. and ß.25 p.m.-Faro thoro and back, 11s.
¿eave Geelong for Holbourne at 11.6 a.m. and 0.30 p.m.-Faro thoro and back, 4s.
Leave Geelong for Ballarat at 10.50 a.m. and 8.28 pm.-Faro there and back, 6s. Od.
Leave Ballarat for Molbourno at 8.4E a.m, and 7.15 p m.-Fare there and back, Ile.
Leave Ballarat for Geelong at 8.45 a.m. and 7.15 p.m.-Faro there and buck, Cs. Cd.
Leave Sandhurst for Molbourno at 7 a.m, and 7.30 n.m.-Faro thoro and back, 12s.
Lcavo Sandhurst for Echuca at 11,30 a.m. and 8.20 p.m.-Fare thoro and back, 8«. fld.
Lcavo Echuca for Sandhurst at 6 p.m.-Fare there ami hack, 6s. Cd.
Thcio trains will consist of second-class carriages only, and the tickets lasuod for thom will not bo avail- able for travelling by any but theso trains, nor for returning except by tho trains at tho times and dates ibovo (.pecified.
Tickets will bo Issued from Melbourne to all Inter- medíate stations, and from all intermediate stations to Melbourno, at proportionately low ratoj, by thoio ipecial trains only; and passengers will only be looked conditionally upon thora being room lu tho
Children over four years of ago will bo charged tho lime as adults.
lleturn tickets for ordinary trains, from tho 23rd December, 1805, to tho 2nd January, 1800, both datos inclusive, will be issued to mid from alf stations at Siegle Fares, avnilablo for roturn up to the evening of the 4th January.
W. II. WRIGHT, Secretary. J, Jeremy, Traffic Superintendent. Melbourne, Dec. 1,1806.
CONVEYANCES in NORTH GIPPS LAND.
Travellers aro informed that the Gipps Land Steam Navigation Company (Limited) havo niado tmngemonts «lth tho coach proprietors which will
enable them to
ISSUE EXOURSION TI0KET3 it the following rates :
To Sale, via Port Albert.
Cabin.£3 G Do. return, available to 80th January, 1860 .. 5 0 Steerage .2 0
Passengers are provided with provisions to Fort
For further particulars apply at the company's office, 07 Collins-Btrect west.
OTICB.-ALTERATION IN TIME TO SALE,
A Coach will leave Cobb and Co.'s office,
36 Bourko-streot east,
At 7 a.m., Monday, Wodncsday, and Friday, through In 24 Hours. Faro, £810s.
And, from Cobb and Co.'s office, Bourko-streot east, to tho Happy-go-Lucky, in 28 hours. Fare, £5,
Daily Coach at 6 p.m.,
Through in 30 Hours, CYRUS HEWITT, proprlotor.
rvUEENSCLIFF Royal Mail Four-horse OONVEY
V¿ ANCE lcavos Noonan'« Hotel, Market-square, Occlong, DAILY, at 2 afternoon ; and WatmougU's Family Hotel, Queenscliff, at IO morning. Special trips to order. G. G. Whatmough and Co, pro-
STEAM to ENGLAND.
Whlto Star Lino ol Packots.
Tho magnificent auxiliary etoamship
til tons register, COO horso-power, classed Al for
E. WHINERAY, Commander,
Will bo deipatched for
LIVERPOOL On or about
THURSDAY, 15th FEBRUARY, 1860.
For rates ol possago and any other particulars
IflRlMER, MARWOOD, and ROME, Wlillam
STEAM to SYDNEY, TWOFOLD BAY, and
THE YOU YANGS
Will lcavo tho Australian Wharf, as abovo, on
At 6 o'clock p.m.,
And ovory altornato Thursday. torso received this day.
Freight at lowest current ratos.
The fares to Sydney or Twofold Bay aro-Saloon, ti; return, £7 ; siicond cabin, £1 lGs.
KM. HOWARD SMITH, 20 Markot-stroot._ STEAU to SYDNEY, Convoying Goods and Pas-
sengers for BRISBANE and ROCKHAMPTON.
Itgular Communication on Mondays and Thursdays.
Tho AS N. Co.'s steamar
WONGA WONGA, Will bo despatched as above, at 3 p.m.
On TUESDAY, JANUARY 2.
Trains will convoy passengers and luggage to Sand- ie Pallway Pier up to 2.10 p.m.
Sieerogo, £2 ; return tlckots, first-Class, £0.
Ü. P. WHITE and Co., agents. 10 Eltzabeth-strcot. MEASURE EXCURSIONS to ADELAIDE, by tho
Steamers ALDINGA and COORONG.-RETURN
KlikTS, at rfducod rates, Issued during' tho present toth, will be availablo until the end of February. For particulars apply to
ll'li KCK AN, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 2 King-street.
E A M to ADELAIDE.
ALDINGA and COORONG
ii be despatched from Melbourne and Adolaldo as
From Melbourne. From. Adolaldo.
Winga, 20th December. Coorong, 20th Dccombor. tarong, 3rd Januaiy. Aldinga, 3rd January.
'"'""¡a, 8th January. Coorong, 8th January.
Puscngors can now select their cabina forolthor of te »toe trips.
M'MCOKAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 2 King
'TEAM to ADEL AIDE. I THE ALDINGA,
JOHN STEUART, Commander,
«lill for Adelaido TO-DAY, Friday, the 20th «ft, at 2 o'clock, from Queen's Wharf, with pas Krjtrs and cargo.
ûrgo received at the wharf to-day.
Siloon and steerage passengers may now select their
n for a numbor of horses.
JMIECKAIT, BLACKWOOD, andCo.,2Klng-8treet. ¡¡Eil to LAUNCESTON.-Tho L. and M. S. N. 0 (Va steamship HAVILAH, W. N. THOM, Com "ute, win loavo the Qucon's Wharf, on Friday w«, tho 29th hut., at 0 a.m.
ra freight or passage apply to
JURyMPLE and HUDSON, 2S Markot-stroot.
SEAM to HOBART TOWN.-The splendid stoam
ihlp DERWENT will loavo the .Queen*« Wharf j- "..»»T»j, January 3, at 12 o'clock noon. T>:-Saloon, SA 10s. ; return, £7 10s. ; stoerago, «* Freight, 16s. per ton.
Jj^KIOHOLSON and Co. 8 Ellmbeth-stroet.
\£W YEAR'S-DAY.-The steamer PERSEVERE « «111 mako HOURLY TRIPS during tho day »«the Railway Flor, Sandridiro, down to tho Light
ijjPgJ back. Fare, Odo Shilling._
u Tho steamer
Will leave tho Queen's Wharf on ., " SATURDAY. DECEMBER 80,
*"l «.lock, and Bail« ay Pier, Sandridgo, at 1,
r nturning on Sunday afternoon, at 2.
,"'«:-Oauin, 7s. 6d. ; roturn ticket, 12s. Od. ; Ï"'*: return ticket, 7s. Od. Freight, 8s. per »Moho paid for when received on hoard.
WTuesaVy next, January 2, will lcavo the Queen'«
¡U» ° <r-clocl£- "i"1 Railway Pier at 10, returning
w The Cue new colonial-built steamer
E L I A N O E leaves .Queen's Wharf, Molbourno,
ON ÛATURDAY, THE 30tb,
Sandridge at 2 p.m.,
t.,.. Returning samo ovenlng.
.»«tt-Cabto, 7s. öd. ; return, 12s. 6d.'; Steerage. V'»m. 7a. 6d.
JL!ÜW,8». per ton, paid on delivery. Rea N
- .. «PPER P O 1 N NEW YEAR EXCURSION TRIP.
"o new powerful colonial-built -itcamer
u."S » L I A N O E,
it HI leave Sandridge Railway Pier,
ON MONDAY MtRNING, . , AtlOo'i jt",
And return beforo dark to Sandridge. !>.. .. B»»d on board,
«tura tickets for single faree. 7s. 0d.'
CWidrenhaU-prlce, ? , ,<
ALHAMBRA, Direct to OTAGO and CANTER-
BURY, nt Lowest Rates.-CARGO for this steamer »ill be RKOEIVED at the Hobion's Bay
Station TO-DAY anil to morrow.
M'MECKAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co.
STEAM Direct to OTAGO am) CANTERBURY.
100O Tons, JOHN M'LEAN, Commander,
will sail for the abovcnumcd ports an Saturday, tbo 30th instant, at 2 o'clock, from tho Sandrldgo Ballway Pier, with passenger» and cargo.
Saloon and stecrngo pasBcngers may now seloet their cabins. Cargo received at the Hobson's Bay Railway Station to-day and to moiTuW. Room for a number of sheep and horses.
Early application is necessary.
fVLRGO for the GOTHENBURG, for Hokltlkn, KJ and Nelson, will be RECEIVED on board, at Hobson's Bay Railway Station to-day and to-morrow. Cargo landed at both ports froo of charge to shippers.
M'MECKAN, BLACKWOOD, and Cp., 2 Klug
STEAM to HOKIT1KA and NELSON on FRIDAY.
-First Steamer, Landing Fassongers and Cargo at Steamer's Expense.-The
HUGH MACKIE, Commander,
will tall for tho abovenamod ports po»ttlvolyto-morrow, Saturday, tho 30th hist., at 4 o'clock, from Sandridge Ballway Pier, with pnssongers and cargo, at the
low eet rates.
Cargo for Hokhika landed at steamer's exponso.
M'MECKAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 2 King
HOKITIKA AND GREY RIVER,
Passengers nnd cargo, as usual, landed at Holtitika Wharf at ship's expenso, by first-class steamers at
Passengers and cargo forwarded from Nelson to Taranaki at a through rate.
STEAM to DUNEDIN, via HOKITIKA, GREY
RIVER, NELSON, WELLINGTON, andLYTTEL
The Otago Steamship Companj's (Limited) fast
and powerful steamer
700 Tons, E. KIDNEY, Commander,
Will bo despatched for tho above ports on
SATURDAY, 30th DECEMBER,
From Sandrldgo Hallway Fier, at 2 p.m.
Shipping orders now being Issued, early application is noccssory. Cabins can bo selected. Cargo now being receh ed nt Queen's Wharf.
For freight or passage apply at Otago Steamship Companj's oflico, Iii Elizabcth-stroct.
JOHN M'LACHLAN, ugont.
STEAM to HOKITIKA.
The Otago Steamship Company's (Limited) fast
and poncrful steamer
700 Tons, E. KIDNEY, Commander,
Will bo despatched for tho above port on
SATURDAY, 30th DECEMBER,
At 2 p.m., from Sandridge Railway Pior.
Shipping orders now being issued, oarly application is necessary. Cabins can bo solcctcd. Cargo now being received at Queen's Wharf.
For freight or passage apply at Otago Steamship Company's office, 16 Elizaboth-street.
JOHN M'LACHLAN, agent._
STEAM DIRECT to the BLUFF, Dunedin, Canter-
bury, Wellington, Napier, Auckland, Picton, Nelson, and Taranaki.
The Panama, Now Zealand, and Australian Royal
Mail Company's (Llmttod) now and fast stoamsliip
T A R A R U A,
JOHN GARDYNE, Commander,
WiIllca\o tho Railway Pior, Sandridge (with Otago
mails), on or about
THURSDAY, 11th JANUARY, 1800,
or immediately on arrival of tho Englishman Btoamor, but not later than tho 16th January
Shipping orders now issued. Company's forms of bill of lading to be had on application.
Passengers booked for ali ports in New Zealand, and return tickols, at reduced rates, issued for Sj dney or Melbourne
For rates of passage, freight, and further particu-
lars apply to
CHARLES LEWIS and Co., 4 Elizabeth-street
STEAM to GIPPS LAND.
VIA THE LAKES TO ALL PARTS.
Cabin.£3 0 0 Do, return, available to 30th January,
1800. 5 6 0 Steerage. 2 0 0
VIA PORT ALBERT TO SALE.
Cabin to Fore Albert.£2 5 0 Do. to Sale, including coach. 3 5 0 Cabin return to Port Albert, available to
80th January, 1808. 3 10 0 Do. do. to Sale, Including coach, do. do... 6 5 0 Steerage to Port Albert . 10 0 Du. to Salo, including coach .. .. 2 0 0
For further particulars apply to tho
GIPPS LAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
, (Limited), 97 Collins-street-west.
TEAM to PORT ALBERT.
W. D. KING, Commander,
Will leavo tho Queen's Wharf
On WEDNESDAY, the 8rd of JANUARY,
At 11 a.m.
Passages at reduced rates.
alPPS LAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
(Limited), 07 Collins-street west.
TEAM to GIPPS LAND,
Having returned from the Lakos,
Will be despatched for BAIRNSDALE and SALE,
On SATURDAY, 30th INST.,
Trom the Queen's Wharf, at noon.
Early application is necessary to procuro shipping orders, without which no goods will bo received on
Cargo to be sent down this daj%
WM. HOWARD SMITH, 20 Market-street.
STEAM to WARRNAMBOOL, PORT FAIRY,
' By the WESTERN and EDINA.
Excursion tickets to and from tho abovo ports, available fer return within two months, aro now issuing at the following rates :
, Cabin. Steorago. To and from Worrnambool.. £4 10 0 ..£2 5 0
, Belfast .. .. 5 6 0 .. 2 12
,, Portland .. 0 0 0 .. 8 0 0
S. O. HENTY, 00 Collins-street west._
OTICE to CONSIGNEES per EDINA, s.S., from
PORTLAND. - CARGO will bo landed at Queen's Wharf THIS DAY.
All goods not removed by four o'clock will bo stored at risk and expense of consignees.
S. Q. HENTY._
STEAM to PORTLAND.
, E DINA
Sails for abovo port from Queen's Wharf direct,
! THIS DAY,
I At 12 o'clock noon. Cargo received till 11 a.m.
S. O. HENTY, 00 Collins-stroet west._
STEAM to WARRNAMBOOL, Port Fairy, and
Portland.-The steamship WESTERN will sall for abo\ o ports on Wednesday, 3rd January, at hoon. Cargo recelvod on Tuosday, at Queen's Wharf.
S. O. HENTY, 00 Collins-street west._
EXCURSION to QUEENSCLIFF.
SATURDAY, 30th INST.,
! The swift and powerful steamor
C, HALL ENGE,
having boon now tested and machinery put in thorough working order, will, without fail, make a trip to ! Queenscliff ou Saturday noxt, leaving 8»nd rldgo Railway Pier at 2 p.m., and starting from Queenscliff on tho rotura trip at 8 a.m., on tho ensuing Monday.
? ' Fares :
_Singlo journey, 10s. ; rotum ticket, 15s.
PLEASURE EXCURSION TO
New Year's Day.
Tho favourito full-powered steamer
Will make a pleasure trip to Queenscliff on
MONDAY, JANUARY 1,
Leaving. Sandridge Railway Pier punctually At 0.30 a.m., and returning boforo dark.
A band of muBic will accompany the steamer.
Return tickets, 10s. ; do, lady and gentloman, 16s.
TEAM BETWEEN MELBOURNE and GEELONG
DAILY.-The favourito s.s. EXPRESS leaves the Queen's Wharf, Melbourne, at 4 p.m. (excopt Saturday, when she leaves at 3 p.m.), returning from Goolong at 8 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted.
THOS. J. PARKER, 11 Market-street, Melbourne,
APTA1N LIST, of the Dutch barquo Ottolina»
hereby gi\ cb notice that ho does NOT hold him- self RESPONSIBLE for DEBTS contracted by bia
OLLAND8 TROUW, from Rotterdam.-Captain
DE VOS will NOT bo RESPONSIBLE for
DEBTS contracted by the crew._
IL DESPERANDUM, British brig, for
For froight apply to
WILKINSON BROTHERS and Co., 112 Collins
street._ HIP LUCIBELLE.-Captain FORSTER will NOT
bo RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS contracted by his crew Chas. Forster, Mas tor Ship Lucibelle.
HE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Incorporated under the Companies' Statute, 1804,
EcgtBtered Offices, 81 Queen-street.
Capita!, Ono Million.
Paid-up Capital. £00,000.
Marino l-is on overy description of insnrablo Inte- rest accepted at current rates, and losses payable, at the option of the assured, cither at tho hoad office, Melbourne, or at any of the agencies of the company in Great Britain or tho colonies.
DAVID MOFFAT, Secretary,
CAUTION to INTENDING PASSENGERS.-AH
vessels despatched for LONDON by tho under- signed aro essentially PASSENGER SHIPS, within tho meaning of tho Importai Passengers Acts of 1865 and 1803. They aro consequently prevlsionod under official Inspection, and do not com ey any of the ob- jectionable articles of cargo which aro shipped at this
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizaboth-Btrcot south.
No sub-agonts or runners aro authorised to act for tho abo>o in Melbourne. Passengors must thorofore he careful to apply at the head-ofD.ce only.
NOTICE to CONSIGNEES of PARCELS, &c
Tho undersigned beg to notify that all GOODS and PARCELS, ex the steamers and Bailing vossols consigned to them, aro only DELIVERABLE at the Holbourne Terminus of tho Melbourne and Hobson's Bay United Railway Company on presentation of shipping document and payment of frolght and charges (if any). Thoy do not undertake tho business of forwarding agonts, nor do thoy contract to doliver parcels at tho residences of consignees ; but, when specially requested to do so, and relieved from the ribk and responsibility of varying tho terms of ship- ping documonte, by which owners of goods and pareóla are entitled to claim delivery at Melbourno on appli- cation, thoy, on behalf of the consignees, aro prepared to instruct a forwarding or carrying agent to deliver at any address desired.
W. P. WHITE and Co, 10 Ellzaheth-Btroot south.
BLACKWALL LINE of PACKETS
(including the Swiftsure, Anglesey, Roxburgh Castle, Wellesley, Holmedale, Dover Custle, S.a.)
For LONDON, Direct.
With ¡punctuality on THURSDAY, JANUARY 4,
Uho celebrated clipper ship
2000 tons, Al at Lloyd's.
W. STEWART, RN.R.. Commandor.
This favourite ship is now laid on the berth to bo despatched as above. Tho Result is ono of tho esta- blished clippers of the Blackwall Line, and has accom- plished tome of the fastest passages on record ; thrco j-ccont outward runs having been completed In 09, 71, and 52 days respectively.
Passagc-monoy, £10 and upwards.
For plans of cabins, and second and third class dietary scales, apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., agonts, 10 Ell/abeth-streot. No sub-agents or runners aro authorised to roceivo passage-money or Isbuc tickets.
TV/rESSRS. MONEY WIGRAM and SONS' JXL (Of Blackwall Yard, London)
LINE OF STEAM AND SAILING SHIPS,
Comprising the stoamship London, Kent, Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Suflolk, Sussex, Essox (new), Truo Briton (now), and other well-known clipper ships, which liavo boen built expressly for the Australian passongertrado. For LONDON Direct, to sall with ah let punctuality on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20,
Tho colcbralcd clipper ship
NORFOLK, 1100 Tons, Al at Lloyd's
B. TONKIN, Comrmnder,
(Belonging to Messrs. Monoy Wigram and Sons.)
The above-named celebrated \cssol, which is one of tho fastest liners of tho well-known licet to which sho belongs, accomplished bor Urse passage to this port in 68 days. Sho arrived on her last voj ago in 09 days, and on tho proscnt pnssago brought later dato.
Passage-money, £10 and upwards. ' For plans of cabins, dietary scalo, and all particulars, opply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizaboth-stroai south.
No sub-agents or runners are authorized to recoho passage-monoy, or to issuo tickets. Passengers' ticket»
are not transferable.
MESSRS. MONEY WIGRAM and SONS'
(Of Blackwall yard, London)
LINE OF STEAM AND SAILING SHIPS,
Comprising tho steamship London, Kent, Lincoln- shire, Yorkbhiro, Essox (new), Sussex, Truo Briton (new), Norfolk, and other well-known clipper ships, which Inue been built oxprossly for the Australian pnbseiigtr trade.
FOR LONDON DIRECT,
To sall with tbo strictest punctuality on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3,
Tho renowned clipper ship
1100 Tons, Al at Lloyd's,
W. H. MBRRYMAN, Commandor,
Belonging to Messrs. Monoy Wigram and Sons.
This celebrated v csscl has suppliod tho colonies with later dates on seven different occasions, and has accomplished a scries of tho most successful passages on record. Her recent passages were completed in 09 and 75 days lospoctively.
Passage-money, £10 and upwards.
For plans of cabins, dietary scale, and all parti- culars, apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Ellzabeth-Btroot south.
No sub-agents or runners are authorised to receive pnssnge-nionoy or to issuo tickets. Passengers' tickets
are not transferable.
FOR DUNEDIN WHARF.-Tho clipper achoonor
SWORDFISH, Captain NAPPER, will have im- mediate despatch for Dunedin Bhould sufficient in- ducement oller. For shipping orders apply to
REID, POOLE, and Co.. 1 Queen-stroet Bouth.
FOR tho GREY RIVER, Direct.
The fine schooner
K A T H E R A W,
Is now on tho berth for the abovo port.
Cargo will bo received at the Now Dock Monday morning. Shippers by this vessel may rely on quick despatch, most of her cargo being ready for shipment, thereby avoiding the inconvonionco of having tho'r goods detained in the Yarra for three or four woeks.
For frolght, i.e., apply to
SPENCE BROTHERS and Co.,40 Flinders lanowest.
FOR GREY RIVER WHARF.-A regular trador,
schooner JOHN and JANE, Captain NOON, now at New Dock, and ready to RECEIVE CARGO, will sall for abovo port on 6th January.
For frolght or passago apply to
S, E. GROOM, SO Will'am-ttrcct._
FOR GREY RIVER WHARF, Dircot.-Tho
clipper schooner GEORGINA SMITH, Captain KEEBLE, just returned from port, is again placed on tho berth. RECEIVING CARGO in Now Dock.
For frolght or paBsago apply to E. A. WOOD- HOUSE and Co., 85 Flinders-street west.
FIRST VESSEL for HOKITIKA.
At Lowest Rates of Frolght.
Warranted to Tow over the Bar. The fast-sailing clipper schooner
Capt. R. P. WARD.
Shippers aro requested to send goods alongside and present bills of lading for signature without dolay.
For freight or passago apply to
ROXBURGH and Oo., 20 Queen-street.
OR HOKITIKA WHARF, Direct,
The splendid clipper schooner
OG tons register,
Now- reçoit ing cargo at Australian Wharf, and ii, without oxcoption, tho finest and most suitablo vessel yet placed on tho berth. Having upwards of half horcargo ready, shippers can roly ou prompt dospatch.
For freight or passago apply to E, A. WOODHOUSE and Co., 86 Fllndern-stroot west ¡ or to
JOSHUA SNOWBALL, Wharf.
FOR HOKITITA WHARF, landing Cargo^onUio
Wharf at £4 per ton.-The Al American brigán tino MARY, Captain Muckorsy, will sail for the above port hi a few days. Shippers by this vessel may roly on quick despatch, most of her cargo being ready for shipment, thereby avoiding tho inconvonionco of having their goods detained in the Yarra for thrco or four weeks Cargo will bo rccolvod at tho Australian Wharf on Monday morning. For frolght and passago apply to SPENCE BROTHERS and Co., 40 Flinders lane west._
FOR INVERCARGILL WHARF.
Tlio clinpor schooner
having throo-fonrths of hor cargo already on board, will bo despatched THIS DAY. Shippers will please send balance of their goods alongside at unco.
For frolght or passage apply to
PIGOTT' BROTHERS »nd Co., 45 William-stroot.
FOR INVERCARGILL WHARF, Direct.-A Re-
gular Trader.-Tho favourite clipper schooner JANE, Captain KIRKPATRICK, is now RECEIV- ING GOODS at Australian Wharf.
For shipping orders apply to
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Quoon-street south.
OTICE to SHIPPERS for HOKITIKA WHARF. -Tho now clipper schoonor LADY DARLING, now lying at tho Now Dock roady for so», has ROOM for about 50 tons of CARGO, at lowest reduced rates
REID, POOLE, and Co._
"Vr/OWCE to SHIPPERS for GREY RIVER JL~ WHARF.-The beautiful clipper schoonor MAID of ERIN, now noarly loaded and roady for sea, has ROOM for a few tons of OARGO, it engaged and sent down immediately.
RK1D, POOLE, aud Co., agents._ IpOR BRISBANE WHARF, Dlroct.
1 Schoonor SCOTIA,
Capt. C. W. BARTLETT,
Now at Australian Wharf, will luvo quick dispatch.
For freight or passago apply to
S. R. GROOM, 89 William-street._
OR PORT MACDONNELL.-The regular trador FLYING SQUTRREL, Captain PA8LEY, ia now RECEIVING OARGO in tho Now Dock, and will sall to-morrow. For frolght or pasiago apply to
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 46 William-street.
FOR WARRNAMBOOL.-Tho regular trador
MELBOURNE, Capt. FULLER,- is now RE- CEIVING OARGO, in the New Dock, and will sail to-morrow.,
For freight or passage apply to
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 William-street.
FOR PORT ALBERT. -A Regular Trader.
Schooner MARY ANN, Captain ABSON, will TAKE CAROO for all places In Gipps Land at through rates, and without any oxtra charge for storage, i.e., at tho port. For rates of freight apply to 8. R. GROOM. 30 William-street._
OR PORT ALBERT, Direct, with Immediate Do spalch.-Tiio fast-sailing schooners MARGARET, Captain HUTCHINSON, and DOW, Captain HEN- DERSON, now LOADING in the New Dock, sailing on 80th Inst. and 4th prox. Apply to E. A. WOOD- HOUSE and Co., 66 Flinders-street west.
IPPS LAND LAKES, Delivering Cargo at La trobe-bridgc, Sale.-The schoonor SURPRISE, Captain FARAM, ia now RECEIVING CARGO in tho Kew Dock, and will meet with prompt despatch.
For freight, (te, apply to £. A, WOODHOUSE and )., 86 Fllnders-jtrect west, '
ABERDEEN LINE of PACKETS.-For LONDON,
20lh JANUARY, . . The clipper ship
M A C D U F F,
Al 14 years at Lloyd's.
W. S. BRUCE. Commander. '
The attontion of intending passengers for Europo is especially called to tho saloon accommodations of thisnoblo vessel, whlchare unsurpassed by any ship now in the port. Is now lying at tho Williamstown Rail- way Pier.
For terms of freight or passage apply to
DALGETY and COMP., 69 and 61 Little Collins _street._
TJLACK BALL and EAGLE LINE
FOR LONDON, Bircct,
The celebrated clipper ship
CHAMPION OF THE SEAS,
1047 tons rcgistor,
J. M. OUTRIDGE, Esq., Commander,
Will be despatched punctually
On TUE8DAY, JANUARY 2, 1800.
Has superior accommodation for passongors.
Tho vessel is loading at the Williamstown Railway
For froight, passago money, and all particulars,
BRIGHT BROS, and Co., agonts._
BLACK BALL and EAGLE LINE
For LONDON, Direct.
In ampio time for the May Sales.
The magnificent clipper Bhlp
T. WATSON, Commander,
Will bo deapatched from tho Williamstown Ballway
Pier, punctually, on
THURSDAY, 26th JANUARY.
As two-thirds of her cargo of wool is already se- cured, shippers may rely on tho vessel's departure in ample time for tho May wool sales in London.
Her accommodation for saloon passengers ia \ cry superior, and beds, bedding, cabin furniture, &c, aro found by the ship.
For froight or passago, and all particulars, apply to BRIGHT BROTHEIIS and Co., ngents.
BLACK BALL and EAGLE LINES of PACKETS.
-Notice.-NO ACCOUNTS against tho Bblps of this line will bo PAID without tho captain's signature.
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co.
FOR LONDON, Direct.
Tho eolobrated Al clipper ship
Will bo despatched from tho Sandridgo Town Pier
ON SATURDAY, the 20th JANUARY,
This favourite Australian passenger thip has ac- quired a high reputation for speed and comfort.
Saloon passenger* aro requested to inspect tho accommodation of th's fine ship.
The second cabin is in tho house on deck, and Is of the most select and comfortable description.
In the third cabin a limited number of berths have been fitted, for which early application Is ncccisary.
Passage money reduced.
For freight or passago apply to
DE PASS BROS., and Co., agonts ; or to
J. H. WHITE and Co., hrokois, 101 Collins-street
Note.-No objectionable atticlos of cargo prohibited by tho Passenger Act will bo carried in tho Mediator.
FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER VESSEL, from TOBT
ADELAIDE to LONDON.-Tho majnlflcont now clipper ship ST. VINCENT, 050 tons register, 1100 tons builders' measurement, ALEXANDER LOUT- TIT, Commandor, will sail from Fort Adelaide to London, \ ift the Capo of Good Hopo, and calling there, should aufficicnt inducement offer, about the end of Januaiy. This fine wsol has very supeiior accommodation for saloon passengers, having bath- rooms, her eldo cabins being largo and commodious, and fitted with singlo and double berths, settees, draw ere, bell-pulls, &e., and ropleto with overy conve- nience for the comfort ol passengers. Her second class cabins are also large and comfortable For further particulars and rates of passago mono]' apply to BOYD and CUItRIE, Llojd's Rooms, Colllns-atroet wes-, ; or to Mossrs. ELDEK, SMITH, and Co., Ade- laide._
WHITE STAR LINE of PACKETS.
For LONDON, Direct,
The magnificent clipper ship
CHARIOT OF FAME,
1640 Tons Rcgistor,
nuon CLARKE, Commander,
Haning a largo portion of her homeward cargo
ongaged, will be despatched without fall on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20.
The ship is moored alongBldo the Ballway Flor, Williamstown, and shippers aro requested to send their cargo down without delay.
Saloon passengers will find this noble ship every- thing that they can desire, thostato rooms being large and well ventilated, and provided with tho necessary beds, bedding, &c.
A limited number of steorage passongors will bo taken, and to secure berths immediate application
will bo necessary.
For rates of froight or passage apply to
LORIMER, MARWOOD, and ROME, William
WHITE STAR LINE of PACKETS.
FOR, LONDON, Direct,
The favourito ollppper ship ' ANNIE WILSON,
1110 tons register,
G. LAWSON, Commander,
having completed the dlscliargo of her inward cargo, Is ready to recolvo wool and othor homeward freight, alongside tho Town Pier, Sandridge, and will bo de- spatched punctually on
WEDNESDAY, tho 10th JANUARY.
A fow saloon passongors only will bo takon, who will be provided with all bedding and stateroom requisites.
For further particulars apply to
LORIMER, MARWOOD, and ROME, agents,
WHITE STAR LINE of PACKETS.-S.S. ROYAL
STANDARD, E. WHINERAY, from Lhorpool. -Notice to Consignees.-This vessel will be reported at tho Custom-houBo this day. Consignees are requested to PASS their ENTRIES without delay. Tho steamer will dtschargo lier cargo alongside the M, and II. B. U. Ballway Co.'s Plor, and goods will bo at consignees' risk as soon as delivcrod from ship's tackles, in terms of bills of lading. No claims for damage, ¿to., will bo recognised after the goods leave tho railway ehods, and bills of lading must be presented, and freight paid to tho undersigned, beforo delivery. LORIMER, MAR- WOOD, and ROME, agonts, 48} William-strcot.
CHALLENGE, fiom London.-All ACCOUNTS
against this steam-tug must bo FORWARDED to tho undersigned, lu duplicate, boforo 1 p.m. to- morrow, Saturday.
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Queen-street south. -
FOR SALE, by prlrnto contract, tho powerful
doublc-onginod steam tug CHALLENGE, fitted with patont floats, and all tho most modern Improve-
For particulars apply to
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Quoon-street south.
FOR SALE, by PRIVATE CONTRACT, a beautiful
Al new SCHOONER, 100 tons burthen; draught of wator loaded, 7ft. Oin. ; holght, 4ft. lOiu. ; most sultablo for Hokltlka or the Grey.
Fin thor particulars apply to
JAMES LAWRANCE, Lloyd's Rooms, 05 Collins
AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY.
Hall of Commorco.
Paid-up Capital, £100,000. Roaorvo Fund, £70,000.
Taken at current ratos.
Losses mado payablo olthor at the , ,
Or at any of tho
At the option of the lusurod.
_E. MONTEFIORE. Secretary.
RITISn AND FOREIGN MARINE IN-
SURANCE COMPANY (Limited).
Capital, £1,000,000. Agonts for Victoria :
WOODVILLE. JARRETT', and Co.,
80 Collins-street west.
ORNWALL FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE
Risks at Lowest Rates.
Claims Payablo In London.
F. H ALLER and Co., agonts, 20 Quocn-strcet,
ERWENT and TAMAR MARINE ASSURANCE
Marino risks of every description takon at lowost
Losses promptly settled either in Melbourno or London, as desired.
11 Llttlo Collins-street west.
JAMES HENTY and Co., Agents._
DL I T T L E,
. SHIPPING AGENT,
Nelson, New Zealand.
Coals supplied from hulk at current rates, or by contract.]
Goods (free and bond) for transhipment to any of the West Coast Gold-Úolds rccclvod Into storo-sliip, and forwardod by tho oarlieat opportunity.
Freight room for Victorian shipments specially
A branch steamer to Hokltlka and tho Grey running in connexion with the Barwon and Souchaya.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY
RISKS at LOWEST RATES. Claims payable in London or New Zealand.
FALLENSTEIN and M'KEOUNEY, agonts, 37
ÑÍVERSAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Chief Office, 35 Cornhill, London.
Tho undwiigncd aro authorised to issue POLICIES at the LOWEST CURRENT RATES of PREMIUMS. The CLAIMS can be mado payablo in tho colony, or at ports in Europo, India, or China.
DE PASS BROTHERS anil Co,, agents for tho Australian colonies and Now Zealand, to Elizabeth Street south.
FOR BELFAST, Port. Fairy.-Tho schooner
CRRES, Contain BROWN, is now ready to RE- CEIVE CARGO, at tho Australian Wharf.
For freight or passage apply to
PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co., 45 Willlain-Btreot.
Btoeb-s and Shares.
BUILDING SOCIETY SHARES.-For SALE,
Third Union and Third Victorian. Address
Society, office of this paper. _ BRITANNIA, Stringor's, unpaid SHARES ;
Golden Fleece, LilyOalo, Tubal Cain. D. Wlllder, shnrebrokor, 3 Collins-street.
CD'OYLY H. APLIN (hito or the Geological Sur
. voy), CONSULTING GEOLOGIST, 08TompIc court. Minos Inspected for companies or private .owners (periodically, if required). Lands supposed to contain any useful or valuablo mineral oxamlncd and reported upon.
T COKER and Co., STOCK, Share, and Mono}
. BROKERS, 00a Collins-Btroet weat, Melbourne. Mining agents for Wood's Point, Black River, Gaffuey's Creok, and Jamieson districts.
TO CAPITALISTS_A SHARE in a valuable and
important patent, for SALE. Daniel Grant, 63
Tutors, Governesses, Clerks, &c.
A OADEMY for LADIES.-Qualified PRINCIPAL JA WANTED, with sufficient capital. Established for many yoars, the present proprietress rotiring. Apply immediately, to Miss Cowon, 100 Collins
A Young lady is open to an ENGAGEMENT at
GOVERNESS, in a religious family. Her course or tuition would comprise English, French, music, crayon drawing, plain and fancy needlework, Se. References unexceptionable. Address S., caro Messrs. Hall Brothers, Gcolong.
A Lady, whoso education has boon finished at Paris,
desires aSirUATION as finishing GOVERNESS. Resides tho usual branches of English, sbo teaches Frenchy German, Italian, and music, without tho aid of masters ; also, drawing. Address Linguist, Argus
A Scotch Graduate, an experienced TUTOR, pos-
sessing various acquirements, seeks EMPLOY- MENT. References. Magister, Tankard's Hotel,
A Lady doslrcs ENGAGEMENT, as RE3IDENT
GOVERNESS ; teaches English, music, French, Latin. P., Andorsou'g, chemist, Prahran.
BENDIGO GOLD D18TRICT GENERAL
A lady is rcquirod as MATRON, competent to direct and control the diet, clothing, and Internal economy of tho Institution. Salary, £75 per year.
Applications, with testimonials, to be delivered to tho une »signed, beforo noon on Wednesday, 10th January, ISrjO.
ALLEN REEVE, Hon. Soc. Sandhurst, Dec. IS, 1806.
CONFIDENTIAL ACCOUNTANT prepared to post
books, writo accounts for tho now year. Ad- dress Business, Argus office.
DUNEDIN.-Business gentlo<uau proceeding thoro
lo remain somo six wocks, would ATTEND to any BUSINESS faithfully for othors. Apply to Mr. Robert Walkor, grocer ; or Mr. Geo. Jamieson, waio houseman, Swanston-stroet.
DRAPER'S ASSISTANT WANTED. Junior, for
tho country. 04 Errol-street, Hotham.
GOVERNESS.-A lady, with several years' oxpc
llence in tuition, desires a RE-ENGAGEMENT. Sho teaches the usual branches of English, Music, Singing, Ficnch, Draw-In?, and tho rudiments of Latin. Deference permitted to Rev. D. Seddon, St. Kilda, mid to Mrs. Pucltle, Ascot Vale, Flemington. No objection to the country.
ELBOUuNE HOME, Flinders-lane.-WANTED,
to-day, middle-agod lady, as GOVERNESS,
settler's family. Good music, singing._^^
VER8HER wants, SITUATION-20 years' expert,
rlence ; Wifo, governess. Write J. W. M., Jennings and Coote's, 37 Queen-street.
1J1AN1ST (first-class) opon to ENGAGEMENT;
. country prelcrrcd. Stato terms, C, Gordon and Gotch's, Collin'-stroot wost.
WANTED, by tho advortlsor,. who has had 14
years' experience In buying wheat for milling purposes, an AGENCY, to purchaso wheat and other produce. In one of the best agricultural districts in South Australia, where there Is ovory facility for immediate communication and delivery at Port Ade-
For further information apply to JOHN MORRIS and Co.
WANTED, a LADY, at her own residence, to
undertake the entire charge of some young girls. Tho lady must be competent to teach piano, French, and English thoroughly. Schools not treated with. Town or country no objection. Address Markham, Post-office, Melbourne.
ANTED, by a young lady, who will bo dlscn gaged early in February, a SITUATION to TEACH young children English, music, and drawing. Address A A. A., Emerald-bill Post-office.
ANTED, after tho Christmas vacation, for a ladles' private school in Beechworth, an expe- rienced GOVERNESS. First-class testimonials re- quired. A. B., Post-oftlce, Beechworth.
ANTED, respectable YOUNG MAN, undor stands accounts, some knowledge of dancing. Good references. 1 o'clock. Union Hotel, Bourko
ANTED, a GOVERNE8S, up-country. Apply Mrs. Downie, C4 W'clllugtou-strcot, Colling-
WANTED, a LAD. accustomed to the drug trade.
Apply, 10 o'clock, O. R. Blackott, chemist, 63
WANTED, a smart, active LAD. Address, in
own writing. Merchant, carool Roid and Ford,
WANTED, by a wholcsalo house In town, a youth,
about IS, as JUNIOR CLERK. Must writo well and bo expert at figures. Box 233, Post-office.
ANTED, a CERTIFICATED MASTER, for a country school. Apply S. C. Dixon, Training Institution, Quccn-atroot.
ANTED, RESIDENT GOVERNESS. Must teach English, French, and music, &c. Three children. Address Veritas, Avoca.
ANTED, SITUATION as DAILY GOVERNESS to young children. French and music. Address Y. Z., Argus otHee.
ANTED, BOY. Must read and write. ApplyS
Little Collins-street wot.
COMPETENT TAILORESSES flud coustaut EM-
PLOYMENT at Harris and Hoymanson's, 2 Flinders-lane osBt.
RESSMAKING.-A MACHINIST, for Whoolor and Wilson'« sowing-machlno, WANTED. Apply
102 Collins-street cast.
OOD NEEDLEWOMEN, for Scotch twlil shirts.
Denne, 81 Gcrtrudo-Btroot. Bring referoucos. Apply after 10 o'clock.
OOD HAT-TRIMMERS WANTED. Apply
Fletcher, 105 Bourkc-stroot cast.
MASTER BAKERS can obtain steady, respectable,
compotent journeymen from tho Baker's So- ciety, Trades'-hall, Lygon-stroot.
INSMITH.-WANTED, a good GENERAL WORKMAN. Nutting and Leek, Little Collins
110 BUT0HER8.-WANTED, a MAN, to iel» and
. carry out orders. J. Morton, Mtllswyn-strcot, South Yarro._ rpO BUTCHERS.-WANTED, a smart LAD.^to X ride for orders. Maillard, Swan-streot, Kicii mond. _
rpAILORS WANTED. Good coat and trouser» A handB. G. F. Unthank. 107 Bourke-street cast.
W7 HEELWRIGIIT WANTED, for Port Alborf V» Apply to Aloxandor Mair, timber merchant, 10 Lelccster-strcot, North Molbourne.
ANTED, 60 CARPENTERS (ship proforrod), Amorican-axo Men and Squarers, Fonccrs, for tho Rockhampton Railway. Day and ploco work. Good prlcos. Twelve months' work. Apply to 8. Fraser, Royal Mail Hotel, 10 to 4 o'clock._
ANTED, young mau CARPENTER. Board and lodgo in the Iioubo ; constant berth. 12 o'clock, Union Hotel, Bourko-streot.
ANTED, good JOINERS; also. Painting and Fapcrhanging. Piecework. Clydo Hotel, Elgin struot, Carlton, 0 o'clock.
ANTED, two PLASTERERS, for8outh Yarnu Apply at the South Molbourne Hotel, Gardi- ner's Creek road._ WANTED, good JOINERS. Apply now building
opposite Carron Timber-yard, Flindors-lane cask_
ANTED, two or three ASSISTANT DRESS MAKERS. Apply 130 Latrobo-strcot, Mel bourne. _^^ WANTED, a YOUNG MAN, to kill and do orders
J. and W. Gray, Welllngton-streot, Colling* wood. _
WANTED, a good PAINTER and PAPER
HANGER, early, at Simpson's, 24 Errol-etreet, Hotham._
ANTED, ASSISTANT DRESSMAKERS and IMPROVERS. Apply Müs Dolany, No. 10 Lonsdalc-strcct west.
ANTED, TAILORS and TAILORESS. Vlc torlan Co-op oreti ve Tailoring Association, 00
WANTED, two llrst-class BLACKSMITHS
for Rockhampton. Wages, £4 per weok. S. Fraser, Skarratt'« Hotel.
J ANTED, homo CARPENTERS, for job. Apply
«harp, No. 3 Collins-street east. _
ANTED, a PLASTERER. Apply Loughmore 1 Castle Hotel, Arden-strcct, Hotham.
ANTED, BAG-MAKER. Apply Chetham-allcy, Flinders-lane west, back of Charles Watson's.
ANTED, BOOTMAKKRS, on stout work,
ANTED, two good FIREWOOD SPLITTEUS.
Apply 140 Littlo Bourke-streot east.
ANTED, a strong BOY, as smith's helper
Apply 34- Little Bourko-street east.
' ANTED, a PRESSER and TAILORE8S, for
trimming. Apply 26 Little Colllus-strcct west.
ANTED, MEN at d BOY8. Apply E. J. Provot
and Co., 11 Madeline-street.
ing business. Apply 10 Rusiroll-stroet south.
AT Mrs. KLDERTON'S, 11 Bourke-streot, BAKElt,
Man Cook WANTED, sutton ; Bullock-Drlvors, Shepherds, Farming Men.
T Mrs. ELDERTON"'8, 11 Bonrkc-stroot wost,
WANTED, for station, competent COOK, Housemaid, Nurse, Mairhd Couple.
TMrs. ELDERTON'S, Collins-street, competent L PARLOURMAIDS, Housemaids, Nursos, town, suburbs ; General Servants all over colony.'
TMrs. ELDERTON'S, 88 Colllus-stroot, WANTED,
superior COOKS, town, stations, hotels ; Cooks and Laundresses, suburbs.
T Mrs. BROWN'S (Main's) OFFICES, BOÏS WANTED, as under-walters and pages ; also, Men and Boj s for hotels.
AT Mrs. BROWN'S (Main's) OFFICES, MAR-
RIED COUPLE WANTED, statiou.-nian, milk and drive No objection to children.
AT Mrs. BROWN'S (Main'») OFFICES, Bourke
street, first-class female COOKS WANTED, for
hotels and clubs.
AT Mrs. BROWN'S (Main's) OFFICES, Bourke
streot, two labouring MEN WANTED, for Gipps Land, accustomed to boring.
T Mis. DUNCAN'U OiFIOE, WANTED, GEN
ERAL SERVANTS, Hou»cui»ids, Nursemaids Windsoi, fat. Kilda, Hawthorn, youth Yarra, Jolimont. Good wages.
T Mr«. DUNCAN'S OFFICE, WANTED, BUT
LER, private family; Waiter, hotel, toirn; Ploughmen, Bo j 8 useful, hotels and farms.
AT Mrs. DUNCAN'S, 10J Lonsdale-Btrcot weat,
WANTED, flrst-clnss COOKS, hotols, Dandenong, Echuca, Castlemaine, DenUlquin.
AT Miss BOWEN'S, 100 Collins-street; COOKS
ond LAUNDRESSES WANTED, Bacchus Marsh, Ballarat, Town. Also, Gonoral Servants.
AGENEBAL SERVANT WANTED. Onowliois
used to children. No. 4 Itcgent-terraco, Moor atreot, Fitzroy,_
A Young Person wishes SITUATION as BAKMAlO
up country. Address Miss J. Peers, 110 Ger triiilu-nroot, Fitzroy.
S BARMAN, or Waitur. Will bo dlsengago« in afiwdnjs. Good rofenucos. J. J., Argus olllco.
OYS WANTED, to dellvor newspapers. Apply, at 1 0 o'clock, 60 Elirabeth-btrcot.
ENGLAND.-Young PERSON desires to return;
will GIVE her SERVIOES for passage S., 238.Ellzaboth-street.
ENCMbU married couples seek SITUATIONS ;
alto, grooms, coachmen, gardeners, Ice. Alias Cow cn, 100 Collins-street cast.
á 1UOD GENEHAL SEHVaNT WANTED. M
vT PoHlelt-strcet, third house from Hotham-strcot,
Gi ENERAL SERVANTS, Cooks, and Nursemaid«
T WANTED, immediately, at Mrs. Fawaott's Bcglhtry Oflice, Collins-street. Housokeopors wait
| AUNDKESS WANTED, for a station near Bal JU Ballarat ; also, Housemaid. Mrs. Brown's (Main's)
office, Bour lie-street.
M' ARltlED COUPLE, WANTED, Mount Korong,
man, rough carpenter ; w ife, housekeeper. Mrs. Eldorton's, CollTiis-atrcct.
ARMED COUPLE WANTED, for station,
man, ploughman; wifo, laundress. Mrs, ElderWs Branch, 11 Bourke-street west.
ESPECTABLE nilddlo-aged woman WANTED, as
WORKING-HOUSEKEEPER. Two children. Apply 70 Gertrude-street, Fitzroy.
\7 ICiOttlAN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION.
GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, Castlemaine ; i Housemaids, Philip Island, South Yarra, Heidelberg ; Cook ami Laundress, Castlemaine >
\f 1CTUR1AN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION, 123 » Collhis-streot.-Young LAD WANTED, to milk and moko himself usoful.
1CTOR1AN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION. COOKWANTED, hotel, Saudhurst; Cooksand Lanndrefses, town; Laundress, Schunppor Point.
\jk] ANTED, one or two MEN, for garden and »V genoral woik, ablo to milk. Mooney'« Liver- pool Hotel, Brunswick-street, Friday at 6, or Satur- day at 8. _
W" ANTED, a SITUATION, as WORKING
HOUSEKEEPER, hy a rospootablo Scotch- woman, with excellent roforoncos. Hoxburgh, Argus oflice.
?STS /? ANTED, strong MAN, work In garden, gene.
* v rally useful. BoaTrt in houso, 12s. weak. Apply Abbotsfoid-\ Illa, St. Ilellcr's-stroet, Johnston-street bridge.
\\T ANTED, 20 REAPERS, 30 Binders, at highest »V current latui, and 12 thruhhlug-maeliiuo labourers, at 5s. per day. Apply Fitchetts labour
W' ANTED, SITUATION m GROOM, or Groom
and Coachman, by young man. Address B, 45
WANTED, as GROO II, a j ounginau, ablo to drlvo,
milk n cow, and render himself otherwise useful. Apply Mr. Robinson, 75 Spriug-stroot.
W' ANTED, a NURSEGIHL. Apply to Mrs. EUI
mor, CO Cardigan-street, near Quoonsborry
ANTED, aman, respoctablo XOUNQ PERSON, to assist lu bar and housework. 12 o'clock, Union Hotel, Bourko-strcot.
WANTED, a little GIRL, to go massages and
make herself generally usoful. M. Jackson, l61 Collins-street.__ WANTED, a young girl, as HOUSEMAID.
Apply to Mrs. Clement Hodgkinson, Hotham street, East Melbourne.
ANTED, middle-aged poison, at GENERAL SERVANT. 53 Albert-terrace, Faraday-streot, Carlton. _
ANTED, for Industrial Homo, Punt-road, Prahran, man, as PORTER, gonor«lly useful. Apply, with rofcronco8.
W~ ANTED, rospootablo young mau as WAITE«,
must bo ablo to keep accounts. 12 o'clock, Union Hotel, Bourko-strcot._
WANTED, SITUATION as GROOM and COACH
MAN. First-class reference, Addross A. T.,
ANTED, a-GENERAL SERVANT. Apply
23 Brunswick-street, Fitzroy.
WANTED, steady, rospootablo GENERAL SER-
VANT, English or Scotch ; thorough laundroas. Personal rcforoncca. 26 Barkly-stroat,' Carlton.
\\7 ANTED, a young GIRL, to assist In house. f t w orlt. 3 Nlcholson-stroet, opposite the Model School. _
WANTED, mlddlo-ogcd fomalo SERVANT, and
to take part in managing ilio houso. Good re. forenco rpqulicd. Apply, by lettor, with applicant's addross, Anderson, baker, St. Kilda.
MELBOURNE HOME, Flluders-lano -WANTED,
immediately, GENERAL8EUYANTS, Parlour
maid and Nurse, for country._ X\T AN,TED, GENERAL SERVANT, English pro TV lcrrcd. Apply Argyle-oottago, Jolimont, after
ANTED, a GENERAL SEBVANT. Nono need apply without a respectable reforouoo. Apply
154 Hussoll-atrcet.'_ W' ANTED, NURSEMAID, KoTerëiïcôs Indis
pensable. Mrs. White, 140 Cromorue-Btreet, Richmond._ \%f ANTED, a steady MAN COOK, for ro«taurant. Vf Must bo quick carver. OlomonW, pastrycook,
ANTED, BARMAID8, for plc-nlo Now Year's Day. Apply at 11 o'clock, Golden Fleece Hotol, Russell-street. Roforooce«._ W7 ANTED,'a respectable tómala, as NURSE. V» Rofcrcnco required. Apply Kehmuro Anns,
Fllndorb-ktroet w est.
ANTED, respectable PERSON, to iiurao a baby at her homo. t Apply 22 Rathdowno
W' ANTED, YOUNG MAN, genorally uioful,
hotol ; »lio, Young Man, for bllllard-marklng. Maillard'« Office, Bourko-stroot, opposlto Wa-xwork».
X%7 ANTED, GENERAL SERVANT,two in family, V» wages £20; also, HousoaiaUs, Nursomald«. Malllard's Oflice, Bourko-Btreet, opposite Waxworks.
r ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT, Rood cook . - and laundress, recommended; two In family.
114 Smith-street, lOo'dock.
WAN1ED, a good GENERAL SEHVANT. Apply
Jlyrtlo Hotel, Coventry-street, Emerald-lilll.
ANTED, by young married woman, CHILD, to wet-nurse. Milk throe days old. Dr. Raulun, Brighton-road._ \\J ANTED, BOY, to tio and wash bottles. Apply YV sharp, corner Blloy and Nicholson streets, Carlton._
ANTED, GENERAL SEBVANT. Beferonco required. Apply 11 to 2, l8 BwaiiBton-rtroBt.
\»7 ANTED, n Umt-clusB GENERAL SERVANT. Vi Cbnniplou Hotel, Brunswick-street, Fitzroy.
WANTED, a thorough OSTLER and GROOM",
married or single. Highest wages. Mr. Elderton'«, 88 Collins-street cast._ TVrAlTER WANTED ; must bo a first-class man »» with good references. Apply Rigby's Counoll Club Hotel._
ANTED, activo, respectable lad, as BOOTS, and assist in kitchen. Bolvidoro Hotol, Victoria parade.
ANTED, two GIRLS, Olio to assist in shop, other house work. Wages, 8s. week. 30 Qar trude-street._ WANTED, sharp LAD, accustomed to Iron-
monger's shop. Good references required. Lldstone, 131 Klug-street.
WANTED, a first-class HOUSEMAID. English or Scotch. References Indispensable. Waymouth, 149 Bourke-street west.
TIT ANTED, COOK and LAUNDRESS; also, V» middle-aged Person accustomed to children. Apply Cleland's, 91 Stephen-street
ANTE», a good GENERAL SERVANT. Wages, 10s. Apply Mri. Connibcro, Osborno houso, St. Kilda.
' ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT, with rofer
euee. Apply G. M. Stone, draper, 23, Pool streot. Collingwood.
\\r ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT, and ii a young girl, as Nurso. 23 Llttlo Oollins-streot
ANTED, a smart, active LAD. Da\les and
Co., photographers, 01 Bourko stroot.
ANTED, a WAITER. Apply City
house, 10 Bourke street.
AN1ED, a guod MILKER. Apply Lolnos'i
dalry, opposite Fitzroy-markot.
7"ANTED, a sober GROOM, who can drlvo a
pair. Dr. Boanoy, Collins-Htrcet.
ANTED, NURSEGIHL, ago 12 or 13. Apply Minnie-cottage, Fawkuer-street, St. Kilda,
ANTED, a little girl, as NURSE. Apply to
Mrs. Matthews, Robc-itroot, St. Kilda.
; ANTED, a llttlo GIRL. Apply E. iRosonwax,
IO, 80 Johnston-stroot, Fitzroy, Collingwood.
ANTED, a steady little GIRL, to uurso. Apply
Russell street Barracks, from 0 to 12.
/ANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT. Royal
Dane Hotel, Barkly-street, Carlton.
ANTED, a WAITER; also, a Washor-up.
ANTED, a BOY, w 1th reference Apply Mann s
Freeniasoiii' Hotel, Swanston-stroot.
ANTED, -i good female COOK. 107 Brunswick
stieut. Al*o, Housemaid.
ANTED, SERVANT-ot-ull-WORK. To skup at home. Blue cottage, 19 Hauover-streot, Fitz
ANTED, a competont NUHSE. Homo noxt Railway Sutlou, Durling-slrcot, South Yarra.
WANTED, a NUUSEGIRL. Bayvlow-houso,40
ANTED, a strong, ncthoOIKL. Apply Stowarl,
108 Clarendon-btroet, Kuiorald-hlli.
ANTED, a VVET-NUR8E. Apply to Dr. Stewart, Chui-ch-strcot, Richmond, to-day.
ANTED, o CABIN BOY, lor tho «toainor Per
severe, now ly lug at tho FalU Bridge.
ANTED, a NURSEGIRh, about 14. Apply
74 Cuidigan-Btrcot, Carlton.
WET-NURSE WANTED, at 10 Latrobe-street
Motherwell, ColUns-stroot east.
WATCHES, Books, Firearms, Luggago, Miscel- lanies.' Hlghost price. Beujnmlu Marks, 107 Eliza beth-Btreet._ ANNOUNCEMENT. - HIGHEST PRICE glvon
for SECONDHAND CLOTHING. A. Lovy'n, 70 and 83 Stephen-street. Letters attended.
ALL kinds gcnlloiuon's LEFT-OFF CLOTHING,
Immigrants' Luggage, PURCHASED. English prices. O'Regau, 70J Slophen-streot, noarBotirko
ALL UMBRELLAS, Parasols, MADE, re-covoiod,
repaired, China and glass rlvotted. King's, 42 Bourko-streot, opposite Buckley and Nunn'«.
TGITTUS'S Umbrella, Parasol Manufactory. 90
SwanBton-strcet, RE-COVERINQ and REPAIRS
neatly EXECUTED. Best materials usod._
CARPETS TAKEN UP, Boston, and Kolald. T.
Bates, carpot plnnnor, 1S7 Sttanston-streot, oppo- site Hospital._
DESKS, Workboxes, at William Greig's cheap toy
and fancy goods warehouse, 30 and 32 Gertrude street, Fitzroy.
HUTCHISON'S patent guaranteed A1 colonial
OVENS. Falkirk Foundry, 104 Little Bourke-
street west and 10 east. HIGHEST PRICE for LEAD, Zinc, Copper, Powter,
Brass, Glass, and iron. Peterson's Refinery,
77 (opposite Hospital) Lonsdale-streot._ MILKER'S SAFES, largo assortment on hand.
Bright Brothors and Co., wliolosalo agonts for
the Australian colonies.
ARQUEES and TENTS, all, sizes, for HIRE. C. Wilson, tent and tarpaulin makor, 245 Eliza beth-stroot,_._^_____
USKWOOD.-WANTED, a low TONS. Apply,
staling prico, to 120 Argus olllco._
PASSAGE WARRANTS.-For SALE, two WAR-
RANTS for pusngos from England. Address Box 291, Post-ofllco, Melbourne.
PIC-NICS,-Public and Private Parties supplleil
with CHINA and GLASS on HIRE. PhlTlipi,
SADDLES, cheap, colonial made, hop;akin and'
othors. Trado supplied. G. Kenny, 07 Stophon sti cot, near Eastern Markot.
KCONDHAND SAFE WANTED; middle size. Addross Lox, caro of Mr. Hingston, law stationer, Chancery-lane, Melbourne,
SPLENDID HIGHLAND COSTUME, completo,
LENT on HIRE, with varlotyof Ball Dresses. Cloland'B, 01 Stephen-street._
WANTED, immediately, a pair, or ono, of tho.
ronghbrod DINGOES. Apply to Captain Stewart, shin Result, lying at Moibourno and Hob son's Bay Hallway Plor.
ANTED, Immediately, four good loads or Bhort HEATHER, suiiablo for thatching. Apply to T. O., 30 Svranstoti-strcet, stating price, deo.
ANTED, a PARTNER, with small capital, for entertainment. Pro, Duke do la Victoria Re- staurant, Bourke-strcot.
ANTED, to CHARTER, a suiall CRAFT, fur Wellington, N.Z. Apply 13 Collins-street west.
ANTED, a CHILD, to wot-nurse. Apply Dr
Sorrell, Victoria-parado, before 11 a.m.
Miaslng Frionds, tteSBUgos, ¿ko.
B. RIDLEY,-plcaso send jour address to Mr.
Priuco, auotlouoor, Welllngton-parado.
IF tills should meet tho eye of J. GOYLE, who left
his son James at Forest Crook, Victoria, ho will hear something to lils advantage by directing a loltor to J. Coy lo, Post-ofllco, Now Plymouth, Now Zea-
IF this should moot tho oyo of JOHN MELERIOK,
-your brother Jamos has nrrlvod by ship Sam. Goarns. Sta) lug at Alma Hotel, IIB Klng-streot.
OSEPH CROSSLEY, lato of Daylesford, now of
Carlton, rirpoiitor, - call at No. 10 Eldon chambers, Melbourne.
E. R1TOHIK,-send address to 20 Franklin
Btroct. Purdvascr for your land at Mordialloc,
If for sale._
MU. J. OAN10R would oblige by calling at 70
Ellzabctli-slroot, immediately, on Important
HS. W. O. HALE,-letters for you at 14 Eliza
SHIP SAM OhARNS.-ROBERT DYET,-your
brother William Dyot « ill meet you at Williams' Hotol, lo-uion ow, at lu o'clock.
ILLIAM FINCH DOWSETT, formerly or Bane Tarni, Potham, Kent, England, would like to hear from lila sister, Mrs, Thomas Fulton. Address euro Mr. Dru), Wongi Lal.o, tia Lake Hind- marsh, Wimnieia.
Xiost and Found.
[TtOUND, lu Collingwood, bay COR. branded Son J? near shoulder. Apply 18S Cambrldgo-Btreet, East Colling« ood._ IJpOUND, uearV. Hallway, CHILD'S CLOTHING
now. Apply 81 Stanley-street, Wost Moibourno, paying expense«._
OUND, ENGLISH TERRIER, collar. Owner oin hato samo, describing-, paying expontos. 'IO Howard-stroct, Hotham.___^__^_ FOUND, aSilERP, on tho 27ih. Owner oanha\e
it by paying cxpcnsei. Tilomas Koueloy, No. 4 Coated'« cottages, Llttlo Collins-street oast._
OUND, in Queousborry-streot, DEEDS. Apply
E. lilley, ü'sliuiiassy-strcet, Hotham._ LOST, in Moibourno, on Christmas Day, liver and
white SPANIEL DOG, no collar on. Registered at Prahran. Renard. Henry Horner, 82 Collina streot west. _<_ (For continuation of thii clam of aivcrtisemenU,
tee page 8.)