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Sales by Auction.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

A Good Opportun!.), and a Good Livelihood Open to

Any Perron Desirous of Entering Business, and with Immediate Possession, being

A Licensed Establishment,

Trade, Patronage, and Goodwill of that Well-known

and Much-frequented Place of Popular Resort

The Bull and Mouth Hotel,

Situated in Sj dney-streot, Kilmore ;

Together » Ith

Tlio Small Home Brewery, Boiler, Vats, Cooler, ? Mash-tubs, "c, and About ¡JJ Acres of Land iu

- eluded In the Who'e.

STUBBS, OXTOBY, and Co. aro instructed by Mr.

James Thomas (the proprietor) to advertise and ; SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their auction-rooms,

81 Collins-street, on Tuesday, the 7th January, 1S03, at twelve o'clock precisely.

,',, All the nbovo exceedingly ellgiblo and very im-

portant freeholds (to bo entered upon Imme- diately), in consequence of Mr. Thomas's cou templiUectUsit to England, dcscrlbod as being 'brick and .stone built, two storeys'; tho hotel, ' containing 12 rooms, kitchen, stable, collar

(4B x 25), four-stall stable, piggery, fowlhouso,

io.

Further notico will appear in a future advertlso

ti.ent, .

. , Title guaranteed. i

Tcnns-One-third cash, and tho residuo by the pur- chaser's bill (subject to tho conditions) at three months, without Interest

THURSDAY, JANUARY 0.

FOR POSITIVE SALE.

A Few Valuablo Building Allotments for Sale, in Al-

bert-street, opposlto tho Chapel-street Railway Sta- tion, and' Threo Allo'monts In Wellington street, near the Residence of S. Cohen, Esq.

STUBBS, OXTOBY, and Co. will SELL by PUBLIC

AUCTION, on tho ground, on Thursday, tho 0th January, at one o'clock ip.va. precisely (for the convo nleiico of the working classes),

3 valuable allotment« of building land, in Albert

street, opposlto the Chapol-strcot Railway sta- tion, and three allotments of superior do , situate in Wollington-strcot, near the corner of

Chapel-street, each allotment having40». front- age by 00ft. in depth.

Terms-One third cash, and tho residue at threo ' and six months, bearing 8 per cent, per annum.

Tltlo Guaranteed.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15,

To' Small Capitalists, Dalry and Other Farmors Ro

siding afCaulflold, Dandenong-road, East St. Kilda, Little Brighton, Elsternwick, &c.

Hoy, Dairy, Market-garden, and Extensive Poultry

Farm for Salo (contiguous to tho Racecourse Hotel, Caulfield), Farmhouse, Stable, Out-houses, Miloh Cows, Horses, Superior Poultiy, Household Furni- ture, i.e.

STUBBS, OXTOBY, and Co. oro instructed by tho

proprietor to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on W'oancsdny, the 15th day of January, 18G8, on the ground, opposite tho residence and pioperty of Win. l'a)ne, Esq., Caufield,

Tlie farm aflojo reforrcd to, of 40 acres, all on

closed, and valuable from its contiguity to ^he Hoyar*and Racecourse Hotels, East St. Kilda, and thcTSt. Kl|^a Market, as well as having ox tensivo frontages to tho Dandonong and Break-

neck Roads.

Tonnsof payment, with further particulars, will appear in a future advortlsomcnt.

Title Guaranteed.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15.

Family Rcaidcnco of the Lato Lamented Peter Snod-

grass, Esq., M.L.A., Known as

BLAIRGOWRIE,

Beautifully Situated on tho Yarra, South Yarra.

STUBBS, OXTOBY, and Co. aro instructed to

SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their rooms, 81 Collins-street west, on Wednesday, the 10th day January, sale at twobe o'clock precisely,

The above resilience, slono built, eight rooms,

kitchen, sonants' room, stablo, coachhouse, more particularly described as-AH that jileco ¡ or parcol ol land, parish Prahran, county

Bourke, part of portion 7, being lot 1 on the plan of subdivision of tho said portion by one George Sinclair Brodie.

Further pnrticulurs after survey.

Terms :-One-third cash, and tho residue at three and six months, bearing IO per cent, per annum.

Tltlo Guaranteed.

THIS DAY.

, Heidelberg.

Sale of

Freehold Land and Shop and Dwclllnghousc,

With

Well-stocked Fruit Gardon,

. Corner of Burgundy and Capo Btreets,

Now Dsed as tho Heidelberg Post-olllco.

By Order of tho Exocutrix of tho Late Mr. Robert

Fuge, Cliomist and Druggist, Registrar and Post-

master.

For Absoluto and Positive Sale.

ALFRED BLISS has been favoured with instruc-

tions from Mrs. Fuge to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, on the promises, situated at the cornor of Burgundy and Capo streets, on Saturday, January 4, at three o'clock In the afternoon,

82ft. Gin. frontago to Burgundy-street by a depth

of 132ft. to Capo-street,

On which are erected

A Substantial),.-built Shop and Dnollinghouso,

, contaluiug seven rooms and outbuildings.

Tho premises aro built of wood, with slato roof. The shop has been used by Mr. Fugo as a chemist's for many years past.

Altogether tho property is possessed of moro than ordinary advantages.

Tho garden is full of vines and fruit trees, about soven years old.

Tho title Is perfect. '

Torms-Half-cash ; balance at thrccand six months, bearing bank interest.

Sale tnkes place at Heidelberg on Saturday no\t, the 4th January, at threo o'clock in the afternoon.

MONDAY, JANUARY 0.

, Carlton,

bale of Superior Household Furntluro, Including a

Fine-toned Piano (square) by Broadwood. . "b Faraday-Btrcot, near tho Albion Hotel.

By Order of Mr. Schoenfleld, leaving for Europe

Without the Least Reserve.

; A LFKED BLISS has received instructions from

A. Mr. Sohocnfiold to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, on the premises, Faraday-Btrcot, Curl ton, near the Albion Hotel, on Monday, January Ü, at twelvo '"o'clock,

A quantity of superior and useful slttingroo.i and

bedroom

, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,

" , including kitchen utensils.

Together with

A fine-toned squaro piano, by Broadwood. I * Terms-cash.

i Salo at Faraday-streot, Carlton, near the Albion Jlotcl, on Monday, January 0, at 12 o'clock.

~ . MONDAY, JANUARY 0.' 77~~

* "'" -* Whittlesea and Yan Yean.

Auction Salo of 1000 Acres of Land at Whittlesea,

with Brick House of Seven Rooms, Fann Buildings, &c. " , , ' I

Also, i 30 Acres of Land nt Yan Yean.

BELLIN and WILKINSON havo boon instructed by

the proprietor, who Is leaving the colony, to SELL by AUCTION (through J. Bellin, auctioneer), at . the rooms, 10 Collins street east, on Monday, 6th

January, at ono o'clock, i >

1280 acres of land at Whittlesea, being Sections 1

and 2, parish of Yan Y'cau, on west side of ' 'i Plenty-road, and 320 acres of land opposite, on

. east side of Plenty-road, being Lot A of Section

4, and running down to tho Plenty River, tho , whole well fenced and divided Into cultivation

and graslng paddocks, orchard, gardon, íte.

Tiro buildings consist of brick cottage of soveu rooms, with slato roof, neatly new, weatherboard kitchen,' sen-ants' rooms, sdhoolroom, &c., stabling, - coaililiouse,,cart sheds, barn, &c, and other out-

buildings; also, tanks holding bO,000 gallons of

water. , ,

Also,

80 acres near tho Yan Yean rcsorvolr, and closo to

the common school, all fenced, and ' now let at £40 per annum for grazing purposes.

,Thls lot is bounded on the wtstsldo by tho Plenty load, and on tho cast by the river.

It Is gencrall) considered that farming will not pay in this colony unless combined with grazing, but tho difficulty of obtaining sufficient lana at a moderate prlco, unless at an Inconvenient distance from good roads and markets, pi oventf men of moderate capital fiom combining tho two. Tills sale will, howovor, enable tho purchaser to obtain a large farm (1000 ncics), containing good arable, and also some of tho finest grass land In tho district, with plenty of water, > while Its com culoul dlstanco from Melbourne, with

good roads, will always secure tho best markets for faun and dalry produce.

Tho buildings aro In good older, and arc complote foi farming purposes. Tlio v icw of the surrounding country is liardly to be surpassed, and as tho proprie- tor Is leaving the colony, ho has determined to sell at a price that w 111 Insuro the purchaser a good return

for the outlay.

Tltlo perfect.

Terms- One-third cash ; balance, one and tw o years, at 8 per cent.

Bellin and Wilkinson, auctioneers, 10 Collins-street 1 east and Fitzroy._

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCESIENT. '

On an Early Day.

On the Premises, > < 200 Victoria-parade, . i

East Melbourne.

Unreserved Sale, by Order of Simon Fraser, Esq.,

(Who is Leaving the Colony,) '

Of tlio whole of his

Household Fumlturo mid Etfecta. j Horse, Harness, and Buggy.

TVTAYLOR and Co. aro instructed to SELL by AUC -l> TION, on tho promises, 200 Vlctorla-psrado, East Melbourne, ,

The w bolo ol tho above ,

Without rcscrv c.

Full particulars In futuro Issuo_

TUESDAY, JANUARY'7." "? . t

At Eleven Q'Clock. _. ' ' ' To Chemists, Druggists, and Others.'

Stock-in-Trodo of Drugs, Chemicals, DrwrgisU'

Sundriis, &c. . /

TAYLOR and Co. aro instructed lo SELL by AUC > TION, at their rooms, 10 Collins-street oast, on 'iuesday, January 7, at eleven o'clock,

A stock-in-trado of drugs, chemicals, show-glasses, '

and druggists' sundries.

Without Reserve.

3ST

^ Sales bv Auction^- *^

V ,"?rKÍ v ' PRELIMINATtY NOTICE. ¡

i * .VALUABLE PROPERTIES of tbe'LATE , i ' "" I I Mr. al J. MILLS. .

.To Capitalists, Parties in Search .of Good Investments,

, " Speculators, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have recoived in-

structions .from the administrators of tho late Mr. O. J. Mills to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 49 Collins-street west, on an early daj', due notice of which will begnell,

A'cry valuable properties, belonging to tho late Mr. Mills, aud situated in- . ..

'?'- . . MELBOURNE,.* Swanston and Spring streets.

Fll'ZltOY, . . j , . Brursulck, Rose, Cecil, Young, and Little Napier

streets.

SOUTH YARRA,

Gardiner's Creole road and Millswyn-strect. . Further particulars at the rooms of auctioneers.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ~'

Bruns« lok.

EXTENSIVE and UNRESERVED CLEARINGSALE

Of

PRIZE POULTRY, PIGS, HORSES, . .

FARMING IMPLEMENTS. &c.

To Exhibitors, Amateurs, and Others. :

r\ EMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co, have received in- ! VX structions from Mr. J. W. Fleming to SELL hy AUCTION, at his residence. Brunswick, , i

The whole ot his valuable stock ot

Prize low Is, of ev ery vanety

Ducks, geese, guinea louis, turkeys

Horses, pigs, cows v

Ploughs, carts, and other farming; implements.

The auctioneers need not remind thoso who take

any interest in fancy stocktlial Mr. Fleming bus been for years the most MICCCKSIUI breeder and largest prizo-taker at tho Melbourne and suburban shows, und that his collection cannot he equalled in the colonies, cither for quality or variety.

Tho instmctions aro to soil every line positively,

, And . . .

Without Resei i o, for Cash. ,

THIS DAY.

At Eleven O'clock.

TANNERY, ELTHAM.

Clearing and Unresolved Salo of

LAND, DWELLINGHOUSE, TANNERY, STEAM

ENGINE and TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIVE STOCK, DRAYS, HARNESS, &c.

To Capitalists, Tanners, and Curriers, and Residents

in tho Neighbourhood of Eltham.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions to SELL by AUCTION, on the pro- mises, Eltham, on Saturday, 4th January, at cloven o'clock,

At ELTHAM, |

Two acres of land, on which stand excellent brick

built four-roomed dwolllnghouse, slate roof, kitchen, stable, and outhouses ; also, tannery, in complete working order, with steam engine,

and all tho other appliances for carrying on a .

lucrativo leather business.

Also, ,

All tho substantial household furniture, consist-

ing of beds, bedding, tables, chairs, carpets, engravings, glass and earthen ware, &c, and an excellent harmonium, hy Alexandre

LIVE STOCK.

2 capital draught horses ' Ladies' and gentlemen's saddles and bridles 1 dray, 2 sots harness ,

Spring-cart and harness

Tanner's and currier's tools Pigs, poultry, &e.

No reserve. ;

Terms at Sale.

" MONDAY, JANUARY 0.

At Eleven O'clock.

ACCOUNT of WHOM it may CONCERN.

At the Victoriau Railways.

, Ex Glee Maldon.

200 BUNDLES ANNEALED DRAWN FENCING

WIRE, Nos. G, 7, and S.

To Iron Merchants, Squatters, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions to SELL hy AUCTION, at tim Vic- torian Railways, ou Monday, January 0, atolovon o'clock,

Ex Glee Maiden, Phonlx Brand,

100 bundles annealed drawn fencing wire, No. 0 50 do do, No. 7 50 do do, No. 8.

More or less damaged.

No reservo.

Terms-Cash.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. ~

At Eleven O'Olock.

pi EMMELL, TUCKETT. and Co. have received in VJT structions to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 49 Collins-street west, on Tuesday, 7th Janu- ary, at oloieii o'clock, ,

The copj right of tho old-established sporting;

newspaper,

" BELL'S LIFE IN VICTORIA."

To any ontcrprising man possessed of a small capital, who understands the managementof a newspaper, the present Is an opportunity seldom or never olforcd iu

the colonies.

Bell's Life is acknowledged to be the best sporting; newspaper out of England, and is now so thoroughly established that no competition can affect it. The purchaser will receive every assistance and Infonna tion from tho present proprietor, whose only object in selling it is to close a partnership account.

Terms at Sale.

. . i TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

Victorian Rall« ay Sheds.

At Elovcn O Clock Shan).

100 THREE-QUARTER BOXES ASSORTED

TOBACC0E8. 2 Cases Do.

To Tobacconists, Wholesale Grocers, Shippers, and

Others.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions from Messrs. A. Macfarlau and Co. to SELL by AUCTION, at tho Viotorian Railway Sheds, on Tuesday, 7th January, at. elovcn o'clock sharp, '

20 three-quarter boxes tobacco, Tom Brown 70 do do, Oorrine 10 dodo, Madison

2 cases aromatic, Crystal.

The attention of the trado Is requested to this silo of favourlto brands, now landing in splendid order and

condition.

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

At Eleven O'clock.

At the Australian Wharf.

Ex Glendower. '?

210,400ft. SCOTCH FLOORING. °

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions from Messrs Anderson and Marshall to SELL by AUCTION, at tho Australian Wharf; on Tuesday, 7th January, al eleven o'clock,

Ex Glendower,

40,600ft. 0 x 1¿ red Scotch flooring / 45,800ft. Ox i white do , > '? 53,700ft. 0 x è red do

70,400ft. four-out weatherboards, .white. ,

Terms at Sale'

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

At tho Rooms of the Auctioneer, Market-square,

Geelong.

About the End of January. Highly Important Sale of

Valuable Freehold Marine Estate,

Kuown as " Hcrmslej","

Comprising

820 Acres, 2 Roods, 1C Perches very Superior Rich Black

Soil,

Situate in the parish of Moolap, on the shores of Corio

Bay, and in the ¡inmediato contiguity of the) pro- perties of tho late H. S. Wills, Esq., tho late Cap- tain Hepburn, and " Coryculo, so wldoly known as tho property of the Misses Drjsdalo and Newcombe. To Capitalists, Investors, Trustees, and the Moneyed

Men Generally of this and the adjoining Colonies.

JOHN DAVISON has been favoured with receipt of

instructions from Septimus Lord Curlowis, Esq., as executor of the late G. C. Curlewis, Esq., to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at his rooms, as abov c, about the end of January,

The whole of that lustly-celobrated property, in

the parish of Moolap, being Sections 23 and 24,

lind known as tho

HERMSLEY ESTATE, , ,

, containing 820a. 2r. 10p., of the richest agri-

cultural laud in the district, the wholo of which is securely fenced, and subdivided into four fauns, with their homesteads, tenants' leases expiring on 1st Mareil next.

This pioporty was sclocted hythe late 0. 0. Cur- lewis, Esq., lu tho rear 1843, when the whole of the colony was proclaimed by His Excellency Sir George Gipps as open for that purpose, and does infinito credit to tliu selector's astuteness and discernment of tho beautiful, for, without exaggeration, no more lovely spot could ho possibly chosen. Washed by the waves of Corio Bay, to which It has a frontago of one mile, its boundary being high-water mark, securing facilities for yachting, boating, and bathing; com- manding views seaward and landward, on willoh the eye never wearies hi gazing; sheltered from the hot winds, possessing a soil and climate eminentlyndaptcd for tho production in tho greatest profusion not only the commoner descriptions of fruits as tho applo,pcar, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, strawbciry, í¡o., but tho moro raro and semi-tropical, as the orange, lomon, citron, loquat, pomegranate, mulberry, vine, ¡te. (as may bo seen hy their present luxuriauco In tho adja- cent grounds at Coryeule), it offers to any gentleman of tasto and means tho opportunity of i possessing . an estate cnpablo of being niado an object of envy to e\ crj- beholder, while to tho more practical and mere utilitarian it secures tho profitable investment of capital. On the land are several springs of good wator and a valuablo lajcr of llmcstono, for Which tempting offers havo been made for permission to quarry; andan unlimited supply of seasholi and weed, ao valuablo as manure, may bo procured from the beach. Geelong is reached in 50 minutos, over an excellent luotalled Government road (along which tho estate has a mile frontago), and Mclboumo In two hours from tlicuco, per rall. There is also a daily mail and post-ollleo within a chain of tho entrance gate. 320 acres of the land has never been broken up,'having been kopt for grazing only, and is considered as some of the bost for that purpose lu tho locality. Tho timber on this portion -principally sheoak and lightwood-is no trilling ad- dition to the value of tho estate, an exporioncee judge estimating it at £1500 tor firewood only.

Plan may ho Inspected, and cards to view obtained on application at the oflice of the auctioneer, Market square, Geelong. .

Title-Grant from the Crown.

_Tonna at Sale._*^ TEAS. TEAS. TEÀS

Ex . , i

MATADOR and ALBERT JURSS, . '

, From , . FOO-CIIOW-FOO,

In

0IIEST3,

1IALF-C1IESTS, . Í ,

And

BOXES, ? ' '*

' ' rFûf. ' < * . P li I V A T U . »8 A Ii K."/

At the stores of the undersigned. f I These teas are ackno« ledged to bo the finest-eve imported Into the Australian colonies, samples o which can be had on application. , . ;

EDWARD COHEN and Co., '

30 Little Colllm-itrcet west.

Solos bv Auction, i \

SYDNEY, t-'i - '

POSTPONED to4lh FEBRUARY NEXT. '

Wellington and Bligh Districts.

For AbsolutOïâale, . " j , By Order of the Mortgagee;... ---- Tliat Extensive, Well grassed, and Highly-improved

Station know n as

MUIlROMBIDOieitlE,

Consisting of ? . r

Fivo Largo Blocks of First-class Grazing Country, '

VIZ.

Murrumbidgerie,

'New Geary,

Wooroomboomi,,

t ' L'lttlo River,

?? ' ' Wctherwiiugli, ,

Situate ou the Macquarie and Little Rivers, a few

Miles Distant from the Town of Wellington.

The Improvements ard of a substantial charactar, and

includo every requisito for carrying on the pro- perty. They are mostly erected on 800 acres of purchased land. < . >

There is also a Comfortable lim on tho Purchased

Land, which is now Let for £100 per Annum.

With the Station will bo Sold 17,800 (moro ur loss)

well woolled Sheep, "

Consisting of

6000 Ewes (More ot Less), laso MKod, Do.

, "{¡»SO Wethers, Do.

510 Rams, Do.

Total, 17,800 Sheep (Moro or Lois).

Tho above numbers Include a choleo stud Hock, and

seven Imported sheep, and nearly two-lhlrds of tho

owes have lambs at foot.

Stores, Drays, Teams, Working Horses, and all other

Uclonglugs to be taken by tho purchaser by valua- tion, in the usual way.

RICHARDSON and WRENCH havo received in-

structions from the mortgagoo to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the rooms. Pitt-strcot, Sydney, on Tuesday, 4th February noxt, at clovon o'clock,

Tho above important and valuablo proiiortv.

THE MURRUMBIDGERIE STATION

Is about twenty miles from the town of Wol lllngton and embraces five largo blocks of first-class grazing country, sltuato on and abundantly watered by the Macquarie and Little Rivers and Mitchell's Creek. The cha- racter of the run is open undulating forest and plain country, well grassed and licrbed, and callable of carrying a very large number of sheep and cattle in all seasons, for, in addition to tho natural supply of water from its enor- mous rii er frontages, considerable expense has been incurred in making dams to insure a permanent support to other parts of the run. Tlio improvements, which ai e mostly orocted ou

800 ACRES of PURCHASED LAND,

compriso a comfortablo and substantially built verandah Family Residence, kitchen, stores, stable, overseer's cottage, huts, largo gardon well stocked with fruit trees, woolshed, and all other out-huildiugs necessary for efficiently carrying on a largo property. Thero are also capital drafting yards for sheep, and a stockyard equal to working 2000 head of cattle. Tho paddock accommodation is c\tcuBivo, and includes nearly the wholo of the pur- chased land, and altogether embraces about 1600 acres, of which nearly 100 acres aro uudor cultivation and laid down w ith prairlo grass, from which a large yield has just been harvested.

The inn, w hich is w eil known in tho district as the

MURRUMBIDGERIE INN,

is situated about half a mile from the homestead, on the high road to Dubbo, and is lot with 40 acres of land, part of which is securely enclosed as paddocks, to Mr. C. Yeo, at tho rental of £100 per annum. This property, witii the remainder of the purchased land, will bo reckoned in the purchase-money at a lump

sum.

With tho above station will be sold the following sheep, viz. :

2000 ewe hoggets (moro or less)

0230 cvv es, u ith Iambi at foot, do 780 ewes, now lambing down, do 970 ewes, in lamb, do 0900ewes, do

1350 mixed .flock, do fifljO wethers, do

010 rams, do ^

Total, 17,800 sheep (more or less).

Amongst the above is a choice stud flock, and seven imported pure-bred sheep, vk. :

' fi rams

2 owes and their progeny

These Imported animals were selected with great care, and cost the proprietor a very largo sum of

money.

Turthcr particulars of the above property may bo obtained on application at the rooms.

SYDNEY. ' TUESDAY,"FEBBUARY 4.

BLIGH DISTRICT. For Positive Sale,

Those Extensive and Richly-grassed First-class Sta-

tions, known as

WAMBANDRY,

And

EUROBULLA,

situate on and having frontages to the Macquario River and Marthaguy Creek, forming a very largo tract of splendid fattening countiy, about 60 miles

from Dubbo.

The Improvements Comprise Every Requisito for

Efficiently Working the Prupert),

With the abovo Stations will be Sold

2000 Head of Cattle (Moro or Less), a Very Superior

Quiet Herd, to bo Mustered and Delivered.

G100 Sheep (More or Less), a Choic« Selection from the

Noted Guntawang Flocks.

Stores, Horses, Working Plant, an J other belongings,

to bo taken by valuation in tho usual way by arbi-

tration.

T) ICHARDSON and WRENCH havo received in JLX structions from Richard Rouse, Esq , to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the rooms, Pitt-street, Sydney, on Tuesday, the 4th February next, at eleven o'clock,

Tho above important and valuablo pastoral pro-

pel ty.

WAMBANDRY and EUROBULLA STATIONS

adjoin each other, forming a largo block, esti- mated to contain over G4,000 acres of rich fat- tening pasturage, Consisting of open plains and uijall and saltbush country. Both runs aro abundantly watered by the Macquarie River and Marthaguy Crock, besides possessing an additional permanent supply from the Bymnnei Creek, which passes througli the two properties. This country is estimated to carry

12,000 SHEEP and 3000 CATTLE I in all seasons. '

The improvements on the Wambandry run comprise comfortable overseer's cottage of five rooms, men's hut, store, and drafting janis equal to working 3000 head of cattle ; thero is also a yard equal to working 2000 head on the Eurobulla run, as well as sub- stantial newly-erected shepherd's huts and yards.

The stock to bo sold with the abovo Is as follows,

viz.:

2000 head of cattle (more or less), a very superior

and quiet bold, to bo mustered and delivered 0000 sheep (more or less), -v iz. :

Ewes,

760(maidcn) two and a half years old 700 do three and a half do

1600 four y cars old to aged, now lambing.

Total owes (moro or less), 2950.

Wethers, 1100 three j ears old 2000 two do.

Total wethers (more or loss), 3100. 00 rams (inoi o or less).

Total sheep (more or less), 6100.

These sheep wero all bred near Mudgee, on the noted Guntawang Station, and arc a fair average of those celebrated flocks. <

The ewes now lambing wcro tupped by the choicest rams of the Guntawang flocks ; the lambs will be Riven In.

In the present dearth of really good properties in tho market for bona lido Bale, the above property can- not fall to command particular attention as it em- braces the three important requisites for profitable stock fanning, viz. :

First-rate Country,

Superior Stock, both Sheep mid Cattle,

And

Markets for Tat Stock v. ithln easy distance.

It can be highly recommended, and parties looking for a secure investment aro invited to Inspect it prior

to the day of bale.

Terms-One-third cash, residue by promissory notes at one and two years' date, with Interest added at eight per cent, perannum.and secured by-mortgage on tho property._

THIS DAY.

Singer's Sowing-machine.

ÎT KINSMAN will SELL by AUCTION, this day, at

N , his tooms, Moor-strcot, Fitzroy, at two o'clock,

A Singer's tew lug-machine, No1 Pony carriage

And '

Sundry miscellaneous goods.

Sale «I two o'clock, hy N. Kinsman._

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11.

At Six O'Clock.

Four Allotments.

Harms« orth and Hoddle Streots.

J" KINSMAN has leeched instnictions to SELL

, by AUCTION, on tho ground, Collingwood,

Lot 1.- Two allotments, haviug SGfc frontage to

llarmsworth-streol by 70ft. deep, situate near

\ere-strcet.

Lota.-Two allotments, 2CIt. frontage each by

70ft. deep, Hoddlo-strect, near Johnston-street. ' ' Tilla Good.

JS

THURSDAY, JANUARY 0.

To bo Peremptorily Bpld,"

Pursuant to a Dccreo of the Supremo Court of the

Colony of Victoria, made in a Causo of English T. English, v ith tho Approbation ol Fredorick Wilkin son, Esq., the Masterin Equity of tho said Court, by

MR. CHARLES .YOUNG, at «io Junction Hotel,

Kyneton, on Thursday, the 0th day of January, 1808, at two o'clock in tho afternoon,

Lot 1.

All that piece ol land, containing about 80 acres,

in the parish of Carlsruhe, beingtlio eastern half of Portion 6, parish of Carlsruhe,

Lot 2.

A piece of land, containing about two roods, being

Allotment 4 of Section 3, Carlsruhe.

Lot 3.

Apiece of land,containing about tvvoroods,being

Allotment 1 of Section 5, Carlsruho.

Lot 4.

1. An allotment of land, containing about two

roods, being Allotment No, 1 of Section 3, township ol Carlsruhe.

2. Au allotment of land, containing about two

roods, being Allotment No. 2 of Section 3, tow nship of Carlsruhe.

3. An allotment of land, containing about two

roods, being Allotment No. 3 of Section 3, township ol Carlsruhe.

Upon these lots the Carlsruhe Hotel Is erected, con- taining 12 rooms, with stabling, Lo., and now let at a rental of 30s per «eck.

Also,

, A blacksmith'/! shop aud cottage, containlng.tw o

looms, together let at a rental of .Is. per week.

Memorandum.-In the event of the other lots realiilngAumcieutfor the ¡Jdrposcs of the suit. Lot 4 wili ho withdrawn from the sale.

Particulars and conditions may bo obtained gratis on application at tho office of the Master in Equity. Succn-strect. Melbourne ; of Messieurs Blundell and

inn, 35 Queen-street, Melbourne, and of Kyneton ; of Mr. H. J. Former, O Collins-street east, Mel I bourne ; and of the auttiouecr. . '

\

Salea bv Auction..

' __ ^ PRELIMINARY NOTICE. -ft)

Esplanade, Brighton. Household Furniture,

Pianoforte, &,c

_ x. -j. Four-w heel Dog cart, ,

Horse, Harness, ic

To Gentlemen, Furnishing Dealers, and Others.

TTiRASER and Co. hate recehed Instructions from

±v Walter Coates, Esq., to SELL by AUCTION, at his resideuce, Bl ¡gillon {prior to hU departure for Europe), on a da] to be named in a future advertise-

ment,

The whole of 'tlicubovcnamed gentleman's homo

hold furnituro, pianoforte, &c. , ,

Also, Tuur-w lieoleJ,dogcart

First-rate horse, good in saddle or harness, i.e.

i Terms at sale. ,

Full particulars in a future advertisement._

i MONDAY, JANUARY 0. i

THE ENTIRE CARGO of tho EVA JOSHUA,

. - TROM MAURITIUS,

Consisting of

5452 BAGS MAURITIUS SUGAR,

Comprising- . rino WhiteCrjslals,

Do Yellow Do,

Grain] Brew ing Sorts,

Good to Finest Counters,

Bright Bro« ni, Good Rations.

To the Merchants nud Traders Gonorallj of Melbourne,

Geelong, Ballarat, Sandhurst, Ca.tlcmaine, Beech- worth, ice.

IJIRASER and Co have recehed Instructions from

: the importers, Messrs. Joshua Brothers,' to SELL bj AUCTION, at their rooms, 33 Collins-street, on Mondaj-, Januarj 0, at half past elci en o'clock pre- cisely, '

Tlio entire cargo of the Eva Joshua, from "Mauritius,

consisting of s (452 bags Mauritius Sugar.

Tho qualities include- , Fine «lute crjstals

Do yellow do ' Bright trrainj brew ing sorts Good to finest counters Blight browns

Good rations, Ac.

Arrangements lui o been made for the prompt dis- charge of this cargo, and lim era eau ha\ e delh cry Immediately after tho sale, in bond or duty paid, at option.

i Samples on v low at our rooms.

_Terms at Sale._

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

Preliminary Notice

Important Salo

Of

James Davies and Sons'

BOOTS and SHOES

230 Packages

Now Landing-, ex Tiuo linton.

In Splendid Order and Condition.

To Boot and Shoe Morchants and Traders, Country

Storekeepers, Bujers foi tho Adjacent Colonies, Dealers, and Others

FRASER and Co. have received instructions from

the importers, Messrs. Parbury Brothers, to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 33 Collins street, on Tuesdaj, 7th Januarj, at eleven o'clock precisely,

Now landing,

Ex True Briton,

In splendid order and condition, 230 packages

Men's

Women's

Boys' aud youths' Girls'

And ' Children's

BOOTS and SHOES.

Manufactured bj James Davies and Sons.

The above shipment is in flue condition, and Is nell assorted, to suit tho requirements of the trade. ¡

Terms at Salo

TUESDAY, JANUARY 1.

At the Melbourne and Hobson's Bay United Railnaj

Sheds.

The Damaged Portion of the Cargo of the City ot

Loudon, from Mauritius,

Cousistingot

COO or COO Bags (more or less) Mauritius Sugar.

All Faults.

Account of the Concerned. ?

To Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers, and Others.

FRASER and Co. havo receh ed Instructions lrom

the importers, Messrs. M'Culloch, Sellar, and Co, to SELL by AUCTION, at the Melbourne and Hobson*» Bay United Railway Company's sheds, on Tuesday, January?, at eleven o'clock precisely,

Tlio damaged portion of the cargo of tho City of London, from Mauritius,

Consisting of

500 or 000 bags (more or less) Mauritius sugar.

All faults, account of tho concerned.

Correct pal ticulars prior to sale.

Terms at Sole.

WEDNESDAY-, JANUARY S.

Hie Damaged Portion of the Cargo of the Sanlon,

from Calcutta

253 Bags Patna Rice

All Faults.

Account of the Conconied.

To Merchants, Grocers. Storekeepers, and Others.

FRASER and Co. have receh ed Instructions from

tile importers to SELL hy AUCTION, at their rooms, 33 Collins-streot, on Wednesday, Sth Januarj', at half-past clov cn o'clock precisolj,

Tho damaged portion of the cargo of tho Santon, from Calcutta, t

253 bags Patna lice.

All faults.

Account of the eoncemed. ,

Terms at Sale.

MONDAY', JANUARY 0.

To the Boot Trado of Melbourne and Suburbs

Country Bujers, and the Trade Generally.

Extensile and Unresened

Sale of

130 Packages

BOOTS and SHOES

By Order of Messrs. S. Benjamin and Co.

Just Landed

Ex True Briton, Prince Charlie, and other Lato

Arrivals.

J LYONS and Co have recehed instructions from

. Messrs Benjamin and Co. to SELL by AUC- TION, at their rooms, Collins strcot, on Monday-, 0th inst., at eleven o'clock,

130 packages

Men's, -women's, and children's boots and shoes,

Eicry line -witlioutresorvo.

Terms, Liberal, Declared at Salo.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

To Toy and Fancj Warehousemen, Perfumers, Sta-

tioners, Furniture Dealers, Parties Furnishing,

and Others.

On the Promises, No. 30 Gertrude street, Fitzroj

Bj Order of Mr. William Greig, who is Removing to

Swanston-sttcet,

Surplus Stock ,

Of ' TOY'S, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY,

STATIONERY, BRCS11WARE,

HOUSEHOLD TURNITUIIE, PIANO, U.

J LYONS and Co. have recoiled instructions to

. SELL by AUCTION, at tho above premises, on Tuesday, 7th inst., at eleven o'clock,

Tlio surplus stock of toj's,fancj goods, perfumery,

stationerj, í¡c. '

Also,

Household furniture, piano, i.e. TuII particulars future issue.

Without reseñe, Terms at Sale

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

277,000ft White Pine Shelling.

122,000ft. Do Do T. & G. Flooring.

78,000ft. Spruco Do Do.

25,0SSft. Clear Pine.

71611 x 3 Spruco Dells. 6800 5ft. Spruco Pickets. 110,000 4Jft. Do. Laths.

CS. ROSS and Co.j lune received instructions

, from Messrs, Osborn, Gushing, and Co. to SELL by AUCTION, on the Australian Wliarf, on Tuesday, 7th Januarj, at cloien o'clock,

Ex. Cliina,

277,000ft. white pine shelling

122.000ft, do do T. 4, G. flooring 78,O0Ott 0x1 spruce do do .

25,038ft clear pine, l}ln. to Stn. 71511 x 3 spruce deals 6i00 6ft spruce pickets 110,000 4jtt. 4o laths,

Tcrais at Salo.

TUEbDAT; JANUARY 7.

E-cSchaldls

26,301 Red Deals and Battens.

CS. ROSS and Co. lim c receh ed instructions from

. Messrs. Joshua Brothers to SELL by AUC- TION, on the Australan Wliarf, on Tuesdaj, 7th Januarj', at cloven o'clock, I

ExSchaldis,

3031 0 x 4 red deals, Oft. to 20ft lengrths

25S3 11 x 3 do do

11,940 9x3 do do ,

2025 8x3dodu I , [

243S7x3dodo i 2738 7 x 2l do do.

Branded J D4, Co.

The above ore now landing in splendid oidor.

Terras at Sale.

\ TUESDAY, JANUARY 7

,Ex Rictard Busteed. 49,480ft Clear Pino.

4S,407ft. Pitch Pbo T. And 0. Flooring.

82,444ft; latch Pine Logs.

0250ft Spruco Heals and Boards. ,'.

CS. ROSS and Co. havo received'instructions

. from Messrs. Newell and Co. to SELL by AUCTION, on the Australian Wharf, on Tuesday, 7th January, at eleven o'clock,

Ex Riclilrd Busteed, > 49,4SCft. clear pine >

4S,407ft. pitch pine 7. and G. flooring 32,444ft. pitch pine ogs - 0250ft. spruce deals Hld boards.

_Terns at Sale_

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

1845 Doors, 3x7, 2.10 I 0.10. 2 8 x 0.8, 2.0 \ 0.0, 1}

1 toi} D.M.

CS. ROSS and Co. have recehed instructions

. from Messrs. Osborn, Cushlng, and Co. to SELL bj AUCTION, on tho Australian Wharf, on Tuesday, 7th January.at cloven o'clock, ',

Et Chu», ' i 275 doors, Sx 7, lj tud I J, D M.

341 do, 2.10 x 0.10,1} and 1}, do .

S20 do, 2.8 x 0 8,1J, lj, lj, and 1}, do 400 do, 2.0 x 0 0, lj, do.

Terms at Sale.

CASTLEMAINE.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31.

Prclimnary Notice.

t By Order of tho Mortgagee.

THE undersigned is instructed to SELL, on Fr'uhy,

Slst January, 18W, at Warloj's Hotel, Castle niniiie, at tw eli o o clock (unless tho mortgagee's claim luis been prêt iouslj satiified),

The whole of the freehold,lind, minc, and plant

of tho, El Dortdo Gold-raining Company (Registcrtd), Gulläford, in full working order. > rurther particulars in future adicrtisemeuts, I

Apply w. L\ BIOHAÄDS, auctioneer, OasUenuüie,'

,

^ . Balas bv Auction.

, AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE.

' V . ,,}'. vMUSTERS of TEAS.

---*-- ^Kcvv "Season's, 18flr-18CS.

- * Ex GREYHOUND, from FOO-CHOW-FOO.

/"^REIG and MURRAY beg to acquaint merchants \JC and the trade that the musters of

Ne» Season's (1807-1S0S) Congou Tea Ex Grey hound, from Foo-Chow-Foo

Are now ou view at tbelrj-oonis, where samj cs may

' be had for liquorirssj^ Note_Salo on Monday, bth Janu.

o'clock.

MONDAY, JANUARY 6. , Auctioneers' Notice.

. i CONGOU TEAS, cv HENRIETTA,

From Foo-Chow-Foo.

GREIG and MURRAY beg to acquaint merchants

aiidlhctude that the teas ex Hem-i8_t' are now

on view at

QUEEN'S WHARF, and purchasers aro requested to v

vioustosolc.

Note.-Saloon Monday, at dev en o'clock, atVuecn's

Wharf, riinders-street.

MONDAT, JANUARY 0.

At Twelve O'clock.

PORTION of CARGO ex GREYHOUND, from FOO-

CHOW.

New Season's Teas, 18*7-1S03.

SOO Chests Congou.

2002 Half-chests Do.

COO Uoxcs Do.

BY ORDER of the 1MP0RTEIIS, Messrs. R. TOWNS

and Co.

To Merchants, Tea Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers, , and Others, of Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Castle-

maine, Béccliw orth, &c.

GREIG and MURRAY have received instructions

' from the importers, Messrs. B. Towns and Co., to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, on Monday, flth January, at twelve o'clock,

, Ex Greyhound, from Foo-Chovv, r T in diamond,

Sec. 1-ICO half-chests fine congou

2-153 do do

3-150 boj.es fino katsow congou

4-150 do do 5-150 do do 0-160 do do

7-147 half-chests finest kaisow congou

8-00 do do

0-92 chests do 10-94 do do 11-00 do do 12-04 do do

IS-130 half-chcsts Ano do

14-128 do do __«»7 xi

15-135 do do >^^K .

10-145 do do 17-140 do do

IS-OS chests finest do 10-90 do do

20-100 do do.

, , . 0 in diamond, W T under, Sec. 1-108 chests line congou

2-111 do do

3-130 half-chests finest do 4-130 do do 5-135 do do 0-135 do do 7-131 do do

S-117 half-chests choleo souchong.

Terms at salo.

This cargo Is now landing, and immediati delivery w ill be obtainable. It has been raatfc___ugjulhhelccted, and consists of fine to finest conffotis|anf«öa__cji suited to meet the requirements of the trade

Musters now on view at our rooms, and t\n trade arc invited to take samples for liquoiing.

MONDAY, JANUARY 0.

At Eleven O'Clook.

At the QUEEN'S WHARF. , Preliminary Notice.

DAMAGED PORTION of the CARGO, c\ HEN-

RIETTA, from r00-CIIOW. v On Account of Whom it may Concern.

678 CHESTS CONGOU TEA

044 nolf chests Do.

434 Bo\es Do.

43 Boxes Orango Pekoe.

To Merchants, Tea Dealers, Grocers, Storekeepers,

and Others.

GREIG and MURRAY have received ¡nstnictlons

to SELL by AUCTION, at the Queen's Wharf, on Monday, Oth January, at cloven o'clock,

The damaged portion ol the cargo, ox Henrietta,

from Foo-Chow.

Consisting of .»

, J D over A in circle, j. 1C99 packages (more or less) congou teas,

Comprising 67S chests congou tea 014 half-chests do 434 boxes do

- 43 do orange pekoe.

More or less damaged hy

On account of w horn it maj'f.oncei

Musters now on view at the rooms of \hc auc- tioneers, and the trade aro invited to take samples for liquoring,

Tull Particulars Prior to Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

Preliminary Npticc.

Important and Extclsive Salo of

CHOICE NEW 0JOODS.

Now Landing in Guaranteed Older e\

Holmsdalef True Bntoi]

Macdui!, Star Queen,

Note.-May be Had In Boi

To Merchants, Grocers, Shippen! Storekeepers, Ship

chandlers, and Overs.

GREIG and HURRAY ore inlructcd In the im-

porters to SELL by AUCTM)N, at their rooms, on Tuesday, 7th January, at half-pmst elev en o'clock,

In\ oiccs ol choice new slilpmenfT *

OILMEN'S STOR]

GROCERIES, CANDLES,

PROVISIONS.

Also,

Ex Star Queen,

NEW SEASON'S CÜRR;

Guaranteed parcels, lu splencqd order.

Tenus and Further Particulars Ppor to Sale.

. if Required,

m.

TUESDAY, JANUARY Invoices of New Shlpmon!

Ex Sparkcnhoo and Glendower,

OILMEN'S STORES.

380 Cases Choice New- Goods:

Now Landing in Guaranteed Order and Condition. To Merchants, Grocers, Shippers, Storekeepers,

and Others.

¿~1 REID and MURRAY are instructed by the im VT porters to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, on Tuesday, 7th January, at half-past eloven o'clock.

Ex Sparkenhooand Glendower,

50 cases, each 4 dozen, Bumsteed and Co.'a Royal

British table salt

15 do, each 100 half tins, sardines, Hoyman'a

15 do, each 200 quarter-tins, do, Lcfranc and

ills

20 do, each S dozen Hb., Overall's finest fr<

hernngs

25 do, each 4 dozen do, do Scotch i 50 do, each G dozen half pint, '

shapes

25 do, each 4 dozen pints, i 10 do, each 2 doyen spijj ' 100 do, each 3 dozen, '

fruits, assorted

50 do, onch 3 dozen, / 20 do, each 4 dozen, |

Choice new goods, now landing III guaranfi

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

MORTON'S NEW COODS.

Invoico of Choleo Now Goods.

Now Landing in Guaranteed Older

Ex Holmedale.

Note.-May be Had In Bond if Required.

1C0 Cases Morton's Oilmen's Stores.

To Mcrclip-its, Shippers, Grocers, Storekeepers, and

Others.

GREIG and MURRAY have received Instructions

from the importers to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, on Tuesday, 7th inst., at half-put eleven o'clock,

Ex Ilolmsdale,

1O0 cases MORTON'S CHOICE NEW QO0DS.

Comprising

20 cases, each 100 lib, oval lins, Morton's salifion 10 do, do 0 dozen half pints dp salad 10 do, do 4 dozen pints do do/

50 do, do 3 dozen pints do/piCkles 25 do, do 2 do/en do all lna/k euri

10 do, do 0 dozen do lluAins assort C do, do 1121b. do ml\e<l/i>ice 10 do, doO doren do ílbBj&tl 10 do, do 0 dozen do l-fifpi

10 do, do G dozen do .¿pinIs ç^tor bil.

New goods, now landed in guaranteed oi may be liad lu bond if required.

_Terms at Sale._

TUESDAY", JANUARY 7.

SOO BOJEES FOREIGN HEAVY-WEIGHT CANDLES. To llorchauts, Grocers, Shippers, Storekeepers, and

Others.

GREIG and MURRAY are Instructed by the im-

porters to SELL by AUCTION, atthôir rooms, on Tuesday,7th January, at half-past grajtiro'tloek,

800 boxes forcjgnjiea})--, ' " --""'

Goudas

Pul matines »,

Dutch stéarines, ¡ry

V Also,

De lioubalx, Jcnar, and Co.'s

Guaranteed parcels, in

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

100 Bags No. 1 Cossipore Sugai To Grocers, Confectioners, Storekeeper!,

GREIG and MURRAY aro instructed

AUCTION, at their rooi

January, at half-past cloven o'cl.

10u bags No. 1 Cossipore sug

Tenus at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. 143 Mats Mauritius Sugar.

To Grocers, Storekeepers, and Others.

GREIG aud MURRAY a o Instructed to SELL by

AUCTION, at their rooms, en Tuesday, 7th January, at half-past olevci o'clock.

To close tccouuts, 143 mats Mauritius sug r.

, ', Tenus ¡ft Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

25 Coses, Each 100 Quarter-tins, Sardi/é«. To Grocers, Storekeepers, Shippers,\nd/ GREIG and MURRAY aro In/ftructA

potters to SELL by AUCT¿qpí, ayfítíí rooms, on Tuesday, 7th January, at lia

25 cases, each 100 quartcr-f

_,_TcrniB at S'Y_

i TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

10 Bales, Each 75, Woolpack'

To Station Agents, Woolstaplers, Storcl,

Others.

GREIG and MURRAY are iiw

porters to SELL by AUCT on Tuesday, 7th lust, at half-pa: ! 10 bales, each. T5, woolpacks. [ Terms at Sal

Sales bv AticUori.' v»s»Ufí*i~ji TUESDAYTJANUARY 7. ¡ V ! c

Note.-The Stout vHlKbls Offered' at \ One I O'clock'I

f Bllarp. 'J ', ' I \ , " ' ' '

To Close Balança of Shlpmonts.

112 Hogsheads Artillery Brcwerj' Stout.

To Alo and Porter, Wine and Spirit Mercbjjrhts,

Breuers, Shippers, ando)/

GREIG and MURRAY are irtftc(icled\j>yíthe ini

iwrtcrs to SELL by AUCTbf on Tuesday, 7th Januaij*, at/baa

To close balancc/oLiu!

In bona, {/ _

\ 112 hogsheads ARTILLERY BREWERY STOÏ

Terms frt Sale.

' TUESDAY, JANUARY '

1 100 Barrels Patras Curtains.

To Grocers, Fruiterers, Storcketpci-., nod i

GREIG and MURRAY areJu){ruifled\£ lh¿ im-

porters to SELL by AUCWQK4i(rtV-ir rooms, on Tuesday, 7th Januarj, at h»Kj«bt cleve\o"clock, ,_ 100 barrels Patras curmntS?*"^ ^\ Terms at Sale.

' TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

180 Green Cases B. and V. Anchor GenevaX

To Wiuo and Spirit Merchants, Groccis, Shippers, and

Others.

GREIG and MURRAY/*re instructed»'^' the im-

porters to SELLlyAUCTM)N, ay\ieir rooms, on Tucsdaj-, 7th inst.,.ai one o'uf/jl'k,

Mu bond

180 green cascs/ßjmd V/

To closo buivicoi

Tenus at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

25 Cases English Hams.

20 Do Do Bacon.

To Provision Merchants, Grocers, Shippers, ,/nd

Others.

GREIG and MURRAY areyjnstructed J

porters to SELL by ATXßLOX, ay ' on Tuesday, 7th inst,, at half/

25 cases English hams 20 do do bacon.

Note.-May bo had in bond if required.

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY '

15 Tons Superflue yjptoriílii Vu To Mlllcis, Bakors, Grocers, jforpkcppff /1REIG and MURRAY*! \JC AUCTION, at tholrrcj ary, al half-past eleven i

15 tons superfine VICTORIAN FLOUR.1

Tcnn8 at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

60 Cases Bell and Black's Vestas, Each 12 Grosse

3 Do Do Fancy Boxes Do.

To Tobacconists, Grocers, Storekeepers, and i

GREIG and MURRAY aro/ytrytteij h^thdj im-

porters to SELL by AUff ""'.

on Tuesday, 7th Januarj-, at h*Jfot»lrftcltan o'clock^

60 cases Bell and Black's^y/s/as, e^-hj 3 do do fancy boxes. ""

Terms :

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. 100 Boxes, Each 501b., Orlnndo Joncs's;

To Grocers, Storekeepers, and j GREIG and MURRAY are i

porters to SELL by AUO

on Tuesday, 7th January, at hfJfrrMii^u^

100 boxes, each 50lb.,

starch.

Terms at Sale.

^ TUESDAY, JANUARY 7,

10 Cases Matches.

Comprising

Vestas, Saloon Matches, Vignctto Matclip To Tobacconists, Grocers, Stoi cheepers, t

GRtflG and MURRAY are_instnictcd(

porters to SELL by on Tuesday, 7th Januarj-,

0 cases vestas, japanne" 2 do saloon matches, t 2 do-vignette do, ¡iii

tins. \

Now just land

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. 8 Bales Brown W: To Grocers, Stationers, SU GREIG and MURRAY an

porters to SELL hy on Tuesday, 7th January, i

5 bales, each 10 reams 3 do, each 8 do, dof*

Now landii

Term'

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,

JANUARY.

At Eleven O'Cloek Precisely.

At the Rooms of the Auctioneers.

Mr. GEORGE ROBERTSON'S TRADE SALE OF

BOOKS.

To the Booksellers of Mclhourno, Geelong, Ballarat,

Castlemaine, Sandhurst, and also of the Adjacent

Colonios.

GREIG and MURRAY have received Instructions

from Mr. George Robertson to conduct his next SALE of BOOKS, at the rooms, Collins-street, on Wed- nesday and Thursday, 8th and 9th hist., fit elpven o'clock each day,

Consisting

894 lots, and containing 20,000 toluiii

standard works in all dopiyít)íient/.//ol

arranged in lots to suit the t:

Historical

Biographical Poetical

Theological

»Afii

Works of fiction, light literature,

Catalogues aro now ready, and may be

wholesale buyers only, on application to Mr. Robertson. ^_

Observe.-The hourfi fixed for eleven o'eli cisely, in conscqucnco of the largo number of

Samples arc now on view at the stores of Mr, Robertson, Ellzabcth-streot.

eorge

. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. n. Important Sale of

« DRAPERY,

Skirtings, Mohairs, Muslins, Chene Poplins, Swiss

e . Checks,

Silk Check) Crnpo, Dress Stuffs, Lloma Slûtwls,

Alpacas, Fancies, Flouncings, Book Muslins, ' '

Longcloths, Linen, HuckabacKs, Ticks, ¡

Diapers, Damasks, Hollands,

Flannels, Stays, Woollen», i

Towels, Calicoes, ¡

Panta.

To Warehousemen, Importers, Drapers, Storekeepers,

and Others.

JAMES WADE and Co. have received instructions

from the importera to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at their rooms, 20 Collins-street west, on Tues- day, January 7, at eleven o'clock, , i

41 packages spring and summer drapery, com-

prising

Rough hollands and linens Alpacas and chenies .

Bleached linen damasks Brilliants

Silk chock crapo, fancy stripo poplbis i Bird's-eye diaper

Union tweeds and fancy doeskins , 34 and 8-4 grey calicot s and ducks

White cotton hose, brown and military haU-hoso Mole and fancy doe trousers Linen collars

White and drab contine stays

Linen, dice, and damask clotlm *- Regatta shirtings

Muslin curtains { Wigan sheetings and croydon3 > ' .. <

Bath towels : 0-4 w hite grenadine 0 4 black do do

8-4 w hite llama, silk border -

8-1 do do, lace do . Black lace shawls i / Do pusha do ? ' French wove long shawls

Children's white lianda, 4 to 9 ... ¡ Ladles' roj-al ribb. stays Lisio and tan gloves

Brown cotton shirts and pants Underclothing

Tape, check, and fancy muslins Fancy prints.

Terms at Sale.

MONDAY, JANUARY 27.

Valuablo Farm at Templestowe, tA other Properties

of Mr. James How isft» tt

KING and CUNINGHAM are Initructffl&by tho

mortgagee to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their offices, 07 Bourke-street west, on Mondaj-, tho 27th January, at two o'clock,

That well-known farm, comprising 113 aeres of

rich arabio land, well watered, and, with the exception of 80 rods, "securely enclosed by a S. ring fence, and subdivided into paddocks.

x About 35 acres have been under cultivation,

and there is a valuablo orchard of 12J acres stocked with trees of tho choicest kinds, about 800 of willoh uro in full hearing, and tho rest two years old j on this orchard there has been a large sum of money expended In trenching and tile-draining in order to insure a permanent

income.

Tiic other improvements consist of a comfortable dwolllnghousc and detached kitchen, stables of five

stalls, dairy, &c.

To the agriculturist as a means of independence, or to the capitalist as a sound landed investment, it is unncccssarj- to dilato upon its patent advantages.

^Jt possesses a frontage on a good road, three milos fronMIcidolberg, to which suburb tho rail must ero long be extended, thus giving it an additional pro- spective value, which would not at this moment bo

entertained.

Lot 2.-Allotiuonts 1, 2, and 10, fenced-in and

under cultivation, in the township of Templo

stow e.

Lot 3.-Section 24, parish of Warrandyte, county - of Evclj n, containing Ha. Or. 17p,

Further particulars of King and Cuninglmui, auc- tioneers, or Nutt and Murphy, solicitors.

Tenus-Lot 1, ouc-third cash, bataneo at three,' six, nine, and twelve months, with interest, or half

for two years, at eight por cent ; lots 2 and 3, stated ' at sale. ? ' - '

MONDAY', JUNE 0.

MESSRS. ROSLYN and HUCKSON will SELL by

AUCTION, at Tucker's yards. Cranbourne, on Monday, Oth Jnnuarj', at twelve o'clock sharp,

A quantity of good dairy stock and hand-reared

heifers i ,

Fat calves and pigs._I_i

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE.

WE beg to remind "our friends and tho public

(while thanking them for past favours), that v,e still CONTINUE our BUSINESS of PRODUCE BROKERS ; and as we have disposed of the horso -and cattle sales and livery branch of our busi-

ness, wo arc now enabled to devoto the whole of our time and attention to the produce business alone Auction sales cierj Wednesday, at 11,30 a.m. "* " ¡

We alto continue our pig and fat calf sales every Thursday-, at 11 a.m.. !

Cash advances made ou produce placed in our hands for sale or storage. , .

Circulan., fully describing our mode of doing busi- ness, w ill be fore arded by post on application. ?

M. M'CAWaud ANOTHER,'

. Produce Sales-room, 48 Bourkc-strcet wat, Mell Mjourne. , , -, ., <.- 1

Sales bv Auction.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

To Newly-arrived Immigrants, Pcrsots Seeking a

Plot of Ground to BuUd a Homestead on, Specula-

tors, and Others.

EXTENSIVE UNRESERVED SALE

Of

129 CHOICE ALLOTMENTS of LAND, V

Sltuato in the Heart of the ^S MUNICIPALITY of RICHMOND,

And In Close Proximity to the ^ Y'ARRA Y'AHRA RIVER.' '

S II. COHEN and Co. have received instructions to

. SELL by AUCTION, on the ground, on an early day, due notice of which will bo given, at U-olve o'clock,

Without lcscrve,

12!) choice allotments land, various frontages and

depths, facing

Swan-street and "Burnley-street, Richmond. Full particulars in future advertisement.

Tcnns, liberal, declared at sale.

N.B. -On the Ground the Salo will bo Hold.

x MONDAY, JANUARY 20.

Te Warehousemen, Drapers. Haberdashers, Dealers,

and Others. .

IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE

Of

15 CASES SUPERIOR VELVET and OTHER

RIBBONS.

From tho Most Celebrated Manufactories. --- By Order of the Importers.

To CLOSE ACCOUNTS. . > "

SIL COHEN and Co. hayo received instnictlons

. from the importers to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 14 Collins-street west, on Monday, January 20, at eleven o'clock,

In lots ti» suit purchasers,

15 cases sujiorior ribbons, assorted, consisting of

Black velvet ribbons Do do, wov o edges Taffeta ribbons

Black velvet ribbons, first quality, cut edges Do brilliant velvet ribbon, ilrst quality Do do, do, wove edges, &c.

Terms, Liberal, Declared at Sale. V TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

At Tlireo O'clock p.m.

Millar-street, Rowena-parado, Richmond.

Absolute and Unreserved Sale of a Neat Weatherboard

Cottage.

In the Insolvent Estate of Thomas Jesse.

By Order of the Mortgagees, and with Consent of the

OlUcial Assignee.

ALBERT S. NASH has been favoured with instruc-

tions from the mortgagees (with the consent of the official asslgnoo) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the ground, Millar-street, Rowena-parado, Rich- mond, on Tuesday, January 7, at three o'clock in the afternoon,

All that piece or parcel of land, having a frontage

of COR. to Millar street by a depth of 111ft. to Little Millar-street, on which is erected a neat and detached weatherboard cottage, containing -____four good rooms and compact little garden.

' The auctioneer bogs to coll the attention of investors

or persons seeking a comfortablo cottage residence to the above, as the situation iscentral, dry, and healthy, and being close to the railway station and an improv- ing neighbourhood renders it a chance soldom met

with.

The property will be sold subject to two shares in the North Melbourne Building Society, or clear at the option of purchasor.

^ Terms-Cash.

For particulars of title, apply to Vf. Lynch, Esq., solicitor, KMon-chanibers, Littlo Collins-street west.

Alberts. Nash,auctioneer, 01 Errol-stroet, Hotham. 7 AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE.

TO HOUSEHOLDERS

DISPOSING of their FURNITURE and EFFECTS.

BEAUCHAMP and ROCKE conduct OUTDOOR

SALES of

FURNITURE, ¡te.,

AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES.

B3 and 40 Collins-street east, next Bank of Victoria.

"iV WEDNESDAY, JANUARY S.

At Eleven O'clock.

CATALOGUE SALE of NEW and SECONDHAND

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, IRON BEDSTEADS,

&c.

BEAUCHAMP and ROCKE will hold their usual

Wednesday's CATALOGUE SALE at their rooms 38 and 40 Collins-street east, next Bank of Victoria, on Wednesday next, January 8, at eleven

^o'clock.

Parties bav ing furniture to dispose of will oblterp the auctioneer» bj sending it on Monday, to insure inser- tion in the catalogue.

THIS DAY. '

At Two O'Clock.

Windsor.

For Fositlvo Sale.

Two Newly-built Brick Residences,

Near tho Chapel-street Railway Station.

JB. CREWS and Co., in consequence of tho pro

. prietor being about to leave the colony, will SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, on Saturday, the 4th January, 1808, at tvv o o'clock,

All those two newly-erected brick-built dwelling houses in Albert-street, Windsor.

Lot 1-Brick house, containing four rooms,

kitchen, servant's room, bath, and passage.

Lot 2-Brick house, containing (ive rooms, pantry,

bath, and passage, with verandah In front.

Tho above stai.d each on a ploco of land having a frontago of 40ft. to Albert-street by a depth of 90ft. to Vine-street, are well drained, and have each a very substantial and ornamental fence in front.

Lot 1 will be sold subject to one and a half shares, and Lot 2 to three shares, in tlio Fourth Union Build- ing Society, or clear, at tho option of the purchasers.

The auctioneers beg to call tho attention of investor» or persons seeking a well-built comfortable residence to the above, as the situation is high, dry', and . lienlthy, and being so near tho railway station, and in MI improving neighbourhood, renders thia an oppor- tunity seldom met with.

After the above sale, the

Furniture in Lot 2 will be sold-without reserve.

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE,

M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co. HOLD their

COW SALE on Thursday, at half-past ten o'clock, instead of one o'clock as heretofore.

MONDAY, JANUARY' 6.

Royal Horso Bazaar.

To Shippers for India, Coach Proprietor», and Other*. M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co. havo received

instructions frorai the owner to SELL by AUC- TION, at the Royal Horse Bazaar, on Monday, 0th January, at twelve o'clock, n\

20 good upstanding horses, broken to saddle 20 do do, unbroken. »

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

Great Clearing Sale of Thoroughbred Mares and Foals,

Colts and Fillies.

MCCULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co; have received

instructions from Robert Chirnslde, Esq., Werri- bee-park, Wyndham, to SELL by AUCTION, at the Royal Horse Bazaar, on Tuesday, 7th January, at twelve o'clock, ...

30 head mares, mostly by Delapré, some with

foals at foot by Thames (Imported), Thames by Kingston. The above mares are stinted by Lady Kirk (imported), Lady Kirk by Daniel O'Rourke. _, - ?'

20 head colts and fillies, by Peeping Tom, out of

Delapré mares.      

No Reserve,

~ .; TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

i i Royal Horso Bazaar.

Working Bullocks. Working Bullocks.

M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co. havo rcceiv eil

".instructions from Mr. Robert Armstiing to SELL by AUCTION, at tho Royal Horso Bazaar.'on Tuesday, 7th January, at twelvo o'clock,

A team of six young and staunch working bul-

locks, necustomed to plough together, with a dray and bows and yokes complete.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

To Farmers, Dealers, and Others.

2 Heavy Draught Mares and Foals, Tvv o-y car-eld

Colts, &o. i

ASTRETTLE and Co. will BELL by AUCTION, at

. their yards, Bourkc-ttrect, on Tuesday, Janu- ary 7, at twelvo o'clock. , .,

2 cart mares (Tasmanian), with foals at foot by

Joe Roberts ' ' >

2 two-j car-old cart colts, and & broken-in hoyes.

TUEÍJ)»AY, JANUARY 7.

JOSEPH LUKEY' bas recolved'instructions to SELL

by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Hall of Com- merce, on Tuesday, .tho )7tli J January, at twelve o'clock, , I

The fine now schooner &

SEA RIPPLE,

120 lons register. - .; > ? .

This vessel was launched from Footscray building yard in April this year, carries 200 tons of cargo at * draught of 7ft., sails remarkablyfast, a good sea boat, and is well found in stores, teakle, and furniture ; now lying at the Australian Wharf.

For further particulars, apply on boord ; or at the auctioneer's, Hall of Commerce.

Terms at Sale.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

JOSEPH LUKEY has received instructions to

SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at tho Hall of Commerce, on Tuesday, 7th inst., at twelvo o'clock,

lOcwt. (moro or less) yellow metal, ly ing at Salt-

water River.

TermsT-Cash.

' TUESDAY, JANUARY 7.

JOSEPH LUKEY has received instructions to

SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at tho nail of Commerce, ou Tuesday, 7th inst., at noon. _ .

Half-ton brass, in casks . V ' ' \- ^ Do copper, in do. y-"~*i&vz

Terms-Cash. -' \ -

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. ~

Twelve O'Clock. At the Premises,

Curzon-strcot, uext Curzou's Hotel, Hotham.

Household Furniture and Effects.

W GLEDHILL will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION.

. on Tuesday next, at twelve- o'clock at noon, owner leaving for Europe,

Household furniture and affects, comprising

mahogany loo and other tables, chairs, drugget*

oil-cloth, sofas, rocking-chair, two valuable» , clocks, toilet glasses, dressing tables, bedsteads, bed, paillasse, trays, curtains, shower-bath, crockery, kitchen uteusils, meat safe, tubs, butcher's mincing knife, large meat saw, largo iron beef chopper, sundries'; Mid about 40 head of poultry. »I

Terms-cash. /« No reserve.

W. Gledhill, 95 Swanston-strcet._ , TUESDAY, JANUARY 14.

' Two O'clock, on the Ground.

Frontage to Little Collins-street.

Opposite Sailors' Home, Contiguous to Government

- Railways.

Allotment No. 11, Section 10, City of Melbourne.

32ft. Frontage, 182ft. Deep.

. Will be Sold to tile Highest Bidder,

By PUBLIC AUCTION, by

W GLEDHILL, on .the ground as above.

. Note_This eligible site is just the stand for a merchant, tradesman, manufacturer, buildert me Chemie, or bonded storekeeper to build upon.

Title Guaranteed. Terms Liberal,

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