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AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND to ENGLAND
(VIA Isthmus of Panama).
Too Royal Mail Steam Packet Company's steamers leave Colon (Aepinwoll) with Her Majesty's malla on cr about the fltli and 23rd of each mon.li, and will convey passengers, specie, and goods from Now.Zoa land and Australia brought to Panama by the monthly steamers of the Panama, Now Zealand, and 'Australian Royal Mail Company (Limited)
Through fares and frolghts from Australia and New Zealand at favourable rates.
Trains run daily across tho Isthmus, and the timo for the voyage from Colon to Southampton is about
Through passage tickets can bo procured at the »genclcs of tho Panama, New Zealand, and Australian Company in Australia and Now Zealand, or tickets from the Isthmus from C. A. Hondoraon.Esq., II. U.M. consul, and agents of the Royal Hall Steam Packet Company at Panama ; or from D. R. Martin, Esq., traffic manager of tho said company at Colon from whom tho fullest information can also bo ob Uined,
Passengers for New Orleans can proceed by tho Royal Mail Steam Packets from Colon (Asplnwall) to Havana, from which place steamers run constantly to New Orleans. Passengers can also proceed to St. Thomas and the principal ports of tho Weat Indies. Handbooks of tho Royal Mail Steam Packot Company, giving the places touched at, can be had at tho agencies of the Panama, New Zealand, and Australian
Boyal Mail Company.
CHARLES LEWIS and Co.. agents, 4 Elizabeth
ANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIAN
ROYAL MAIL COMPANY (Limited).
Steam to England, California, and Now York, viil Panama, in conjunction with the steamers of tho Boyal Mnil Steam Packet Company of London, and J"aeific Mail Steamship Company, Now York.
The screw steamship
R V A H I N E,
1600 tons register, 650-horso power,
T. S. BEALE, R.N.R., Commander,
Ia appointed to leave Wellington for Panama on tho
8th MARCH, At 3 p.m.,
With Her Majesty's Mails.
Passengers from Melbourne will bo forwarded by the company's steamer
Leaving Melbourne positively on TUESDAY, the 25th FEBRUARY,
At 3 o'clock p.m.
Through bills of ladlngaro issued at moderate rates, and shlppors may roly on rcgukir delivery, in good «rdcr, in schedule time.
This company's steamers leave Sydney on the 1st, and Wellington on the 8th of each month ; are duo at Panama on the 5th or Oth of following month, and will form regular connexion there as follows:
Leave Colon on Oth or 7th, arriving at Southampton
20th of each month.
For San Francisco.
Leavo Panama on Uth, arriving at San Francisco
22nd of each month.
For Now York.
Leave Colon 12th or 13th, arriving at New York
20th or 21st of each month.
First-class passengers are allowed 3301b., or 20 cubic feet, for luggage ; second-class, lOSlb., or 15 cubic feet, which must ho delivered at tho company's oiiice twenty-four hours beforo departure of tho steamer, when'it will be labelled, manifested, we'ghed, and
CIIARLES LEWIS and Co., agents, 4 Ellzabeth
SS. GREAT BRITAIN.
, Tills favourite steamer was expected to
On the 14th Decembor,
And in all probability will be despatched from this
port about tho
13th MARCH, 1868. For passage, &c, apply to
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co._
STEAM to JAPAN.
Hie splendid, largo, anil powerful paddlo steam-
T - I TA ÎJ A,
700-hori.e power, 2100 tons burthen,
J. W. CLARKE, Esq., Commander,
Will bo despatched for
YOKOHAMA and NAGASKI
On or about
calling at Hong Kong with passongcrs and light cargo if suOiclent inducement offers.
This Ano and powerful steamer formed recently ono of the Spanish squadron on the West Coast of South America, and for speed cannot be surpassed by any steamer in these waters. Her passenger accommoda- tions aro very extensive, having four decks, fitted with
about 700 berths.
The voyage will be tnadoundcrfull stoaming powor, thus affording an opportunity of visiting tho coast of Japan in a pleasant, expeditious, and economical
For freight or passage apply to
ALFRED WOOLLEY and Co_
M'MECHAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co. will despatch
the undermentioned steamships on the following dates, with passengers, cargo, stock, mails, parcels,
NEW ZEALAND and ADELAIDE.
To Adelaide.-Tho COORONG, 400 tons, William
M'Lcan, Commander, on Tuesday, the 16th i lust., at 2 o'clock, from Queen's Wharf, i Cargo recolvod on board, at Queen's Wharf. j To Bluff, Otago, Canterbury, Wellington, Nelson,
Hokltlka, and Groymouth.-The GOTHEN- I EURO, 800 tons, Thomas Underwood, Com- mander, on Saturday, tho 22nd inst., at 2 o'clock, from Sandridge Railway Pier, with passengers and cargo. Cargo received on board at Queen's Whorf from Monday morning.
Auckland, Manukau, Napier, and Wanganui pas- sengers and cargo will bo for» arded from Wellington by the steamers Wellington, Taranaki, and others.
Passengers may now select their cabins by the
M'MECKAN, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 2Klng-strcot.
OT1CE to PASSENGERS for NEW ZEALAND
W. H. BAX, H.N.Í., Commander,
Will sail from tho Sandridge Railway Pier
THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY) 12th inst.,
At a o'clock prcslscly.
Passengers must bo on board by 2 p ni. For patsngc tickets apply to
CIIARLES LEWIS and Co., 4 Elizabeth-street south.
ÖTICE to SHIPPERS of HORSES and CATTLE
for NEW ZEALAND PORTS.
The favourite steamship
Will positively be despatched on
TUESDAY, 25th inBt.,
At 3 o'clock.
Early application for stalls is necessary.
CHARLES LEWIS and Co., agents, Elizabeth-street
N N S"
TEAM to ADELAIDE, via MaoDonncll Bay and
P E N O L A,
F. P. SNEWIN, Commandor,
Will leave the Queen's Wharf for tho above ports
On THURSDAY, tho 13th FEBRUARY,
At 0 a.m.,
Carrying passengers and cargo. For freight or passengers apply to
PRICE, SUMNER, and Co., 24 Flindors-lano west.
8TEAM to LAUNCESTON.-The first-class steamer
TASMANIA will leave the Quoen's Wharf on Saturday, 15th inst., at 10 a.m.
Bills of lading on company's form can be obtained
at the ofllce.
HUDSON and WATKINS, agents, 8 Elizabeth-street. QTEAM to HOBART TOWN.-The splendid stoam £3 ship SOUTHERN GROSS will leave the Queon's Wharf on Wednesday, February 12, at 3 p.m.
FareB-Boloon, SA 10s. ; rotura, SSI 10s.; etoorago, £3; freight, 16s. per ton.
HUDSON and WATKINS, agento, 8 Elizabeth-street. STEAM to WARRNAMBOOL BELFAST, and
PORTLAND, Twlco weekly, by the steamers
a G. HENTY, CO Collins-street weat._ TEAM to WARRNAMBOOL, BELFAST, and
Will Bail forabovo ports
On SATURDAY, 15th February.
Cargo now being received at Queen's Wharf.
S. O. HENTY, BO Collins-street west._
STEAM to WARRNAMBOOL, Belfast, and Port
land-The steamship WESTERN will sall for above ports on Tuesday, 18th February.
Cargo received on Monday, at Quoen's Wharf.
S. O. HENTY, CO Collins-stroot west._
TU OT1CE to CONSIGNEES per Steamship EDINA, J-i from Warrnambool, Belfast, and Portland. CAROO will bo LANDED THIS DAY, at Quoen's
S. O. HENTY._ TWOTICE to SHIPPERS for PORT ALBERT, -H and tho GIPPS LAND LAKES.
MU R R A Y
« ill leave tho Queen's Wharf for Port Albort,
Taking cargo for transhipment to the Lakes,
At 11 o'clock am.
On FRIDAY, the 14th inst.
Cargo received up to 10 a.m. the same day.
Tho Gipps Land Steam Navigation Company (Limited),. i,
__2?' ,- U SALTER, Secretary._ SA , : between MELBOURNE and GEELONG
¿DAILY.-The favourite s.u. EXPRESS or LUNA leavoj the Queon's Wharf. Melbourne at 4 p.m. (ex- cept Saturdays, when sho leaves at 3 p.m.), returning "'ST'Geelong at 8 a.m., dally, Sundays excepted.
TH08. J. PARKER. 11 Market-street, Melbourne.
TP O R T A R L I G T O N. « .¿f leasu>"e excursions every Tuesday and Thursday w that delightful watering-place, Port Arlington. Indented Heap's.
leaves Queen's Wharf every. Tuesday and Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock, returning the same day before
.Eww-Slrigle ticket, '6s.; return ticket, 7s. Od.; children half-price.
Cargo at current rates. . , . - '
SPECIAL NOTICE to PASSENGERS lor
The accommodations of the A.S.N Company's Ano «team8lil|i8 CITY of MELBOURNE and CITY of ADELAIDE having been re-arranged, the ratos of passage-money aro now fixed at
Cabin.£3 0 0 Steerage .1 10 0 Saloon.000 Do., return.10 0 0
W. P. WHITE and Co., agents, 10 Elizabeth _street._
S. T E A M io SYDNEY,
Conveying Passengers and Gooda for
And al] the Queensland Porte.
Reduced Fares and Freights.
Regular Communication every Monday and
The Australasian Steam Navigation Company's fast and commodious steamships will bo despatched with
strict punctuality as under :
CITY of MELBOURNE,
On Thursday, February 13, at 3 p m.
CITY of ADELAIDE,
On Monday, February 17, at 3 p m.
Trains will convoy passenger» and luggage to the Sandridge Railway l'icr until 2.16 p.m., freo of charge. .
Passengers to tho above ports will find the accom- modations on board this favourite line of steamers far superior to thoso of any others In the trade. Tho time occupied on the passage Is also considerably less.
In tho coso of families, special arrangements aro made for a reduction upon current rates of passage.
Freights at lowest current rates.
AU goodi couvejed by tho A.8.N. Co.'s Bteamers aro delivered freo of wharfage.
For all particulars apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizabeth-street south.
SPECIAL NOTICE to PASSENGERS for the MARY-
BOROUGH DIGGINGS, via Sydney.-PAS SENQER&'by the A.S.N. Company's steamers can bo BOOKED THROUGH, at reduced fares, to Wldo Bay, Brisbano, Rockhampton, and other Queensland porte. W. P. WHITE and Co., agentB, 10 Elizabeth-at. south.
STEAM to SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE, via Bcl
. fast and Warrnambool.
H. P. SAWELL, Commander,
Will lcavo the Australian Wharf for tho abovo ports on
WEDNESDAY, tho lath FEBRUARY,
At noon, carrying passengers and cargo.
Sj dney Fares-Saloon, £4 ; return, £C 10s. ; steerage, 30s. A stewardess is appointed to attend upon lady poFsengein. For freight or passage apply to
GR1CE, SUMNER, and Co., 24 Flinders-lane west.
STEAM lo SYDNEY.
REGULAR WEEKLY COMMUNICATION,
YOU YANGS and DANDENONG,
Which will bo despatched as follows :
JOHN R. CLARKE, Commander,
On THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, at 3 p.m.,
From Australian Wharf, with passengers and cargo. All goods landed at Sydney free of wharfage. Freight at lowest current rates. The saloon is amidships.
Fares-£4 ; return tickets, £010s.
The attention of second-class passengers is directed to the accommodation'provlded in the above vessels, v> ith enclosed cabins for females and families.
WM. HOWARD SMITH. 20 Market-strcet.
STEAM to TWOFOLD BAY.
Tho steamship YOU YANGS
Will leave for tho abovo port
On TUUBSDAY, 13th. For freight or passage apply
WM. HOWARD SMITH, 20 Market street.
Ü Ë Ë Ñ S Ô L ï F F.
RELIANCE Leaves Sandridge.
Saturdays, 1.30 afternoon. Tuesdays, 0 morning.
Thursdays, 0 morning.
Mondays, 6.30 morning, Tuesdays, 3 afternoon.
Thursdays, 3 afternoon.
Cargo recoived every Monday afternoon only at Quoen's Wharf. Fares-Cabin 10s., return 16s. ; steerage 7s. Cd., return 12s. (Id. ; dally roturas 10s. Luitgagc allowed, 6ft., or 2001b.
leaves Sandridge every Wednesday and Friday at 0 morning, returning at 3 afternoon. Fares-Cabin 7s. 6d., return 12s. 6d. ; Bteerage 6s., return 8s.; daily returns 7s. Gd. Luggago allowed, 6ft», or 20Ulb.
A. DOVE, Lloyd's-rooms, Collins stroct west.
BULLER RIVER, Direct
The fast-sailing clipper schooner MAID OF E R I N,
Captain G. P. STEVENS.
This smart littlo clipper veBsel has just returned from Hokitika after another excollont trip-tho voy- age from Port Phillip Heads to Hokitika and back having only occupied the short space of 23 days.
As tbisvessclonlycarriesasmail cargo, shlpporswill require to make immediate application for space.
For freight and passage apply to
. SPE1\CE BROTHERS and Co., 40 FUndors-lano
FOR GREY RIVER WHARF.
Guaranteed First Vessel.
The light-draught clipper schooner
having one-half of her cargo already engaged, will receive goods at tho New Dock up to 4 p.m. this day.
This favourite vessel having been specially built for tho New Zealand trade, offers unusual inducements to shippers.
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Quccn-strcet south.
OR HOKITIKA W H A ItF, Direct.
Tho favourite West-Coast trader
Capt GEO. WORLEDGE,
In the New Dock,
And will sall positively
THIS EVENING. Freight taken at lowest rates.
PIGOTT BROTHEKS and Co., 46 WiUl&m-atrect.
FOR HOKITIKA WHARF, a Regular Trader.
Tho «no now schoonor CHRISTINA THOMP- SON, Captain JOHNSON, is now RECEIVING CARGO, at the New Dock. Offers unusual induce- ment to shippers. For rates apply to
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Queen-street south.
REY MOUTH WHARF, Direct.
The fast-Bailing clipper schooner
This emarl littlo clipper vessel has just arrived from Greymouth, and will bo despatched positively
Shippers will require to send down their goods at once, as this % cssel only carries a small cargo.
For freight, &c, apply to
SPENCE BROTHERS and »Co., 40 FUndors-lano
O K I T I K A WHARF, Direct.
Tho fast-sailing clipper schooner
Captain S. FINLAY.
This fine new clippor vessel, built expressly for tho Hokitika trade, ana which created such a favourable impression at Hokitika on her first appearance there, will be despatched on
Cargo is now being received at tbo Australian Wharf. For freight and passage apply to
SPENCE BROTHERS and Co. ,40 Flinders-lane west. I TOR BRISBANE WHARF, Diroct^-Tho new
" clipper bchooner SARAH PILE, Captain YULE,
sailing on Thursday next, has excellent accommodation for passengers at moderato rates.
REID, POOLE, and Co., 1 Qucon-stroot south.
E L F A S T, PORT FAIR Y.
SAILS THIS EVENING. Cargo received till 2 p.m.
JOHN TURNER, 46 Flinders-street west._
IT OR BELFAST, Port Fairy, taking Goods for Hamil J? ton.-Tho regular trador schooner GEM (iron), Capt. REARDON, will bo ready to RECEIVE CARGO at the Australian Wharf THIS DAY. and Ball on Thurs- day, 13th inst. For freight, &c., apply to Wilson Hardy and Co., l8 King-st.; or, W. Batoman and Co., Belfast.
OR BELFAST, Port Fairy, and Portland.-Tho clipper tchooncr LISMORE, Captain WOOD, is now RECEIVING CARGO In tho Now Dock, and will pall THIS DAY, at noon.
For freight or passage apply to PIGOTT BROTHERS and Co.,
FOR PORT MACDONNELL.-The regular trader
schooner FLYING SQUIRREL, H. A. PASLEY, master, is now RECEIVING CARGO, at the Australian Wharf, will sail THIS DAY, at noon.
For freight, &c, apply
PIGOTT BROTHERB and Co., 45 William-street
FOR WARRNAMBOOL.-Flrst Vessel.-The VIC-
TORIA is now RECEIVING CARGO in tho New Dock.
For freight, Sa, apply to the
MASTER, on board._
AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Collins-street west. Capital, £600,000.
Paid-up Capital, £125,000.
Accepted at lowest current rates.
At tho option of tho assured, at tho head offlco,
Or at any of tho company's agencies In
Great Britain, India, or China.
E. L. MONTEFIORE. Bccretory._
DERWENT and TAMAR FIRE and MARINE
Head Office-Hobart Town.
Risks on bulls, freight, or merchandise of every description accepted at current rates.
LOSSES PROMPTLY SETTLED,
Either In Melbourne or London, as desired.
11 Little Collins-street west
JAS. HENTY and Co., agenta._
LONDON and ORIENTAL BTEAM TRANSIT
Bisks oro taken by this offlco at current rates on
I GOODS and TREASURE, J ' To tho extent of £60,000, n «ny first-class steam vessel.
Claims are payable in London, India, China, or Aus- tralia, at the option of tho assured.
F, R. KENDALL, agent, 6 Flinders-street east
CAUTION to INTENDING PASSENGERS_All
vessels despatched for LONDON by the under- signed aro essentially PASSENGER SHIPS, within themeaningof tho Imperial Passengers Acta of 1865 and 1803. They are consequently provisioned under official Inspection, and do not convoy any of tbo ob jcctionablo articles of cargo which are snipped at this port.
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Elizaboth-Btrcot south.
No sub-agents or runners aro authorised lo «vi for the above in Melbourne. Passengers must thercforo bo careful to apply at tho hoad oilloi only.
LACKWALL LINE of PACKETS.
Superb (new), Anglesey, Wellesley, Swlftsuro, Lady
Molvlllc, Roxburgh Castle, Highflyer, and other vtell-known first-class ships. ,
FOR LONDON. Direct, j
To sall positively
On THURSDAY^ FEBRUARY 13,
The favourite clipper ship
1200 Tons, Al at Lloyd's,
R. K. DEACON, Command! -
(Belonging to Messrs. Green, of Blackwall).
Tho Dover Castle, like other woll-known vessels of the same Uno, is a first class passenger ship, and has accomplished several very successful passages. She is now under tho command of Captain Deacon, lato of the Monarch, and Prince of Wales.'
Passage money, £10 and upwards.
For plans of cabins, and second and. third class dietary scales, apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co.. agents, 10 Ellzaboth-streot
No sub-ngents or runners aro authorised to receive patango money or issue tickets. Passengers' tickots arc not transferable.
ESSRS. MONEY WIGRAM and SONS'
(Of Blackwall"*ard, London)
LINE of STEAM and SAILING SHIPS,
comprMng tho steamship (Somersetshire, Kent, Lin- colnshire, Yorkshiro, Suffolk, Sussex, Essex (new), True Briton, and other well-known clipper ships, which have been built expressly for tho Australian passenger trade.
For LONDON DIRECT,
To SAIL with strict punctuality on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,
Tho celebrated clipper ship
N . O R F O L K,
1100 Tons, Al at Lloyd's,
BRYANT TONKIN, Commander
(Belonging to Messrs. Money Wigram and Sons).
Tlio abovenamed celebrated vessel, tr-Jch Is ono
of tho fastest liners of the well-known fleot to which she belongs, has accomplished some of the most successful passages on record. She is still commanded by Captain Tonkin.
Passngc-money, £10 and upwards. For plans of cabins, dietary scale, and all particulars apply to
W. P. WHITE and Co., 10 Ellzabcth-stroct south.
No sub-agents or runners aro authorised to receive passage-moiiey, or to issue tickots. Passengers'
tickets aro not transfcsblo.
LACKWALL LINE of PAOKETS.-Messrs.
Greon's Ship DOVER CASTLE, for LONDON. Notice-All parties having ACCOUNTS against this vessel are requested to RENDER thom, in duplicate, at the otBce of the undersigned by 12 noon THIS DAY (Wednesday), February 12, otherwise thoy will not bo recognised.
W. P. WHITE and Co., agents, 10 Elizabeth-street
ABERDEEN LINE of PACKETS.
For LONDON, Direct,
To Sail 20th FEBRUARY, Tlie now clipper-built ship
T H Y A T I R A,
Al for 17 years.
JAMES ROSS, Commander.
Tho attention of shippers of wool is specially called to this splendid clipper, which will doubtless deliver her cargo in time for tho Mav sales.
Early application is necessary to the undersigned. For tci ins of freight apply to
DALGETY, BLACKWOOD, and Co., 01 Little
LACK BALL LINE of PACKETS.
The well-known clipper ship
CHAMPION of tho SEAS,
1000 tons register.
Sailing from the Williamstown Railway Pier,
carries saloon passengers only, tho accommodation for which is unsurpassed hy any vessel in port.
Beds, bedding, and Unen aro found.
For passage-monoy and particulars apply to
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co., Flludors-lano,
O R L O N D O N, Direct.
Loading at the Sandridge Town Pier.
The magnificent new clipper sailing barque
Ii E N G IST,
D80 tons rcgii-ter, closFcd in Veritas, 3-3 ALI,
G. L. BURCHELL, Commander.
Will be despatched about Monday, 17tii hist.
Shippers will obligo hy sendlug down their wool as early as possible.
For hhipplng orders, rates of freight, &e., apply to BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co., agents.
OR LONDON, Direct THAMES and MERSEY LINK of PACKETS.
The magnificent clipper ship
ARPE S 1 A, JAMES HOUNSELu, Commander.
1440 Tons Register,
navlng made the passago from Liverpool to this port In 71 days, will have quick despatch from tho Willlamiitown Railway Pier.
Tho greater part of her cargo being al ready engaged, shippers of wool, &c, aro requested to ranko [inme- diato application for freight
Intending passengers aro invited to inspect tho accommodations of this beautiful ship, which aro un- surpassed for eleganco and comfort
For rates of freight and saloon passago, apply to
DICKSON, WILLIAMS, and Co., agents, 10Queen
O K L O N D O N, Direct
Loading at the Williamstown Pier.
To he despatched on tho
Tho British-built clipper ship
Al at Lloyd's, 700 tons,
Captain J. G. MORDUE.
Applications for cargo-space should be made early, as the carrying capacity of tho ship is small.
For freight apply to
J. H. WHITE and Co., 09 CollinB-street west.
1.1 O R LONDON, Direct. JC Tlie fine very fast Balling Norwegian clipper barque
Two jcarsold,andolasseu m Veritas3-3, All.
A. HASSELL, Commander.
This Bhlp is now loading at Sandridgo Town Pior, and hating nearly all her cargo engaged, will luve yery prompt despatch.
For rate of freight apply to
DODD and THOMSON, 26 Quocn-strcot._
FOR LONDON, Direct.
Loading at Sandridge Town Pier.
The fine ship
1103 tons register.
Classed In Veritas, 3 31.1 (equal to Al), C. FLEETFORÜ SISE1. Commander.
This vessel having engaged considerable cargo, will have quick despatch.
Accommodation fora few cabin passengers. For shipping orders, &c, apply to
LORD and Ce., agents, 120 Collins-stroct west
Tho Al clipper ship
1000 tons register,
PETER MACFARLANE, Esq., Coramandor, .Ulla .
Will bo despatched from the Williamstown Raliway
Plor ' On
THURSDAY, 20lh ¡mt. For shipping orders, &c, apply to
ALEX. MACFARLAN and Co., agents, lJFllndora
ATIONAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
William Townsend, Esq., M.P., Chairman.
John Colton, Esq., M.F. I John Dunn, Esq., M.F.
H. R. Fuller, Esq., M.P. | Hon. J. Hodgkiss, M.L.O.
Secretary-H. Cow io, Esq.
of every description taken at current rates.
Losses payable at the head offico in Adelaide, or at the agencies in Mclbourno, Sydney, Calcutta, and London, at tbo option of tho Insurers.
Marine Surveyor-Captain O. J. Perry.
ALFRED WOOLLEY and Co., agents,
5 Quoon-Btrcot weat.
EW SOUTH WALES MARINE ASSURANCE
Capital, £160,000. Unlimited Liability.
Incorporated by Act of Council, 1851.
Frederick Fanning, Esq., chairman. Tho Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C. Frederick H. Dangar, Esq. S. A. Joseph, Esq., M.L.A. T. Littlejohn, Esq. John Fairfax, Esq.
Secretary-Robert Garrett, Esq.
Marino risks accepted at lowest current rates. Losses payable in London, Melbourno, Sydnoy, or at any of the agencies, at tho option of tho assured.
AGENT for VICTORIA:
W. H. JARRETT,
78 Collins-street west._
a 'HE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COUPANT
81 Queen-streot, Melbourne.
Paid-up Capltal-£00,000. Reservo Fund-£35,000.
The Bon 8. O. Henty, Chairman.
F. J. Bligh, Vlce-Chalnruui.
J. H. Blackwood I H. S. Smith
Jas. L. Burke I W. K- Thompson Jas. Lorimer Phipps Turnbull
Marino risks on every description oi insurablo in* tomat accepted at current rates.
___DAVID MOFFAT, Secretary.
NIVERSAL MARINE INSUKANi?« COMPANY
Chief Office-Pi Cornil!, London.
The undersigned aie authorised to Usuo POLICIES at the LOWEST CURRENT RATES of PREMIUMS. The claims cari be made payablo in tho colonies, or at ports in Europe, India, or China. . ' '
DE PASS BROTHERS and Co., agent«, 40 Elira
> bcth-stroct south: -
J^OR YOKOHAMA, JAPAN,
i The fine Al clipper ship
,, 500 Tons,
Captain A. E. B. BROWN,
will be positively despatched from Newcastle for the auo\ o port on <
FRIDAY, tho 14th FEBRUARY NEXT.
ThiB remarkably/fast-sailing vessel has made her last \ojngo from China ?in the uncommonly short ppneo of 30 days, and presents a good opportunity for intending passengers.
Passage money, £40.
For further particulars apply to
3. DE BEER, U Queen-street._ IT» O ,R RANGOON, Direct.
. + The celebrated clipper ship
E U R .Y N O M E,
1103 tons register,
W. TRICK, Commander,
'Will be despatched about
SATURDAY, 15th FEBRUARY.
Has very superior accommodations for saloon pas
For passogo apply lo
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co., agents._
- BURCHELL, Masten from Boston.
CONSIGNEE WANTED, tor 70 hall-barrels mer- chandise, marked G in circle.-, par abovo vessel, sh'pped by Sands, Furber, and Co., consigned to order. Unless claimed within three days will bo sold to defray freight and charges.
OSBORN, CUSH1NG, and Co., agents, 44 William
EURYNOME. Captain TRlÖlCfrom Liverpool.
Notice.-All CLAIMS against til? -inward cargo must bo RENDERED, in duplicate, 'to tho under- signed on or before Thursday, the 18th lnst.', at noon, other« IBO they cannot bo recognised.
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co., agonts, , .
1?OR FREIGHT, or Charter, tho Al schoone
/ PIONEER, now discharging a cargo of maize a Australian Wharf. ,
I »I I^^Ji I I 11 Ins-streets cat_ T^MrHpHfi^lNDIA MARINE aud FIRE
il r INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office-40 Collins-street west.
Captain WILLIAM BROWNE, Marino Survoyor.
Marino risks on every description of insurable in- terest tak cn at current ratCB.
Claims paj able in tho colonies (without rofcrenco to head office), or at any of the undermentioned agencies ¡-Samarang, Sourabaja, Cbcrlbon, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Foo-Chow, Amoy, Chifoo, Singa- pore, Penang, Coylon,1 Manilla, Calcutta, Rangoon, Madras, Bombay. Kurrachco, Mauritius, Amsterdam,
Rotterdam, London. '
J. W. PLOOS VAN AMSTEL and Co., agenta.
Stocka and Shores.
U1LD1NG SOCIETY SHARES BOUGHT and SOLD by Ljell and Gowan, 40 Ellavboth-stroot.
CL A R K E and COMPANY,
STOCK, 8IIARE, and BILL BROKERS,
80 and 88 Elizabeth-street. Ballarat Agent-Chas. E. Clarke.
/ lOJIMLKClAL BANK SHARES WANTED. Mr. \j Btdl, City Coffeo-house, 16 Bourko-streot cast.
Tutors, Qovornesses. Clorka, fco.
A Gentleman accustomed to TUITION wishes
board and rcsidonce in a family In which there arc children to bo instructed. Tow n preferred. Lexi- con, Argus office.
1 VANC1NG.-A lady wishes PUPILS, families or XJ schools. Good references. Terms moderate. Address Dancing, Argus office.
ERMAN VISITING GOVERNESS free some
hours dally. English, French, music, needle- work. Address M. N., Richmond Post-office.
ELBOURNE HOME, -73 Russell-street_
WANTED, for Bchpol^GOVERNESS, to teach LngllEh, music, drawing.
IDWIFE.-Diploma from the Ljlng-in Hospital,
Liverpool, 20 rears practice. Testimonials.
Uti Victoria street, Hotham. ,_ * PHOTOGRAPHIC OPERATORS requiring a good
SITUATION may hear of ona at Alfred Levi's, 54 Elizabeth-street._ X3 ES1DENT GOVERNESS. English, French, piano X\J forte, harmonium, Binging, plain and fancy needle« ork. M., Melbourne Horns, 73 Russell-streot. riiy WINE, Spirit, and Provision Merchants. X WANTED, by advertiser, who has first-class connexion in tho Ovens and Murray district«, an ENGAGEMENT, to ropresoi)t a respectable Melbourne house, cither on solar}' or commission. Alpha, Argus
ANTED, a YOUNG MAN. to undertake canvasa ing for a printing and bookbinding establish- ment, for town and BuburbB.> Must understand tho business. A good address! and knowledge of tho city indispensable. Terms -win be part salary and part on commission. Apply, by letter, to Business, .care of Mr. Genders, Argus agency, EUzabetn-Btrcet.
ANTED, MALE ASSISTANT, for St Paul's
School, Ballarat. Salary about £110 por annum. Applications, with testimonials, received up to 17th Inst. ' Win. Lakeland, correspondent.
ANTED, young man. lo act as STOREMAN and WHARF CLERK. Nono but those accustomed to the work need apply. W. Lawrance, 5 Market
ANTED. PUPIL TEAOHER, or Junior As siBtont, forCathollc grammar school. Progressive salary. Apply 81 Moor-Btroct._ WANTED, MILLINER and DRESSMAKER; oo
coBlonally to assist in a drapery establishment Dress, Argus office._
WANTED, by young lady accustomed to teaching,
ENGAGEMENT, as Dolly Governess. English, music. Teacher, Argus office.
ANTED, SITUATION, as Tutor, town or country. Reference to Mr. Morrison, Scotch College. Beta, Argus office.
WANTED, a LAD, rospectably connected. Apply
Levy Brothers, Bourko-strcct cast, beforo 0 a.m. Thursday morning.
ANTED, nn efficient BAND for Plc-nic.
State terms and instruments to Band, Argus
WANTED, thoroughly competent MANAGER,
for wholesale Hosiery and Hahordashory De- partment. By letter, Dickson Brothers and Co.
ASSISTANT SEEDSMAN WANTED, for shop in
Melbourne. Apply, by letter, to Thomas Lang and Co., Ballarat.
AN industrious man seeks somo remunerative
EMPLOYMENT for self and £50 ; no objection to w ork. AddrcHS C. II., Argus oftico.
Number of good TACKERS and FINISHERS can
obtain constant EMPLOYMENT, at II. Blom fleld's, 63 Fltzro3'-strcet._
AN APPRENTICE, or Improver, to the dress-
making WANTED. Miss Lindsay, Spring-stroot,
MACHINIST, for Wheeler and Wilson machino ;
one who understands dressmaking. Mrs. Law,
10A Lonsdale-atreet cast.
Really good OPENING fora SHOEMAKER, up
country. Everything complete. Apply Prin- cipal, Argus office.
Steady, indust _ . for hlmsoH and £00. Address Store, Argus oflice. First-class MACHINIST WANTED, for Whoclor
and Wilson's. Mrs. Sommers, 230 KIng-stroot.
BOOTMAKERS.-WANTED, agood LIGHT-WORK
MAN. Apply Walsh's now and secondhand boot thop, l8 Post-office-place._ BOOTMAKERS.-WANTED, four good WORK-
MEN. Apply Edward Maume, Swan street, Richmond.
OOTMAKERS--WANTED, MEN, Rlvottors, Rf> potrero, and Boys for closing. Constant work. Married mon preferred. White, St. Kilda,
BREWERS.-Respectable young man wialios to
JOIN the BUSINESS on any terms. Beer, references Argus office.
UTCUERS.-WANTED, strong LAD, or old Man, 1 for light work. Brown, butcher, Spcncer-Btreot. UTCHERS.-WANTED, LAD, iisod to Uio trade
T. Belcher, Brunswick-street.
AKERS.-WANTED. FIRST HAND. Koforences
required. D. Mitchell, Footscray.
EXPERIENCED TACKERS and FINISHERS, for
ladies' uuderclotb'ng, WANTED. Apply Pater- son, Ray, Palmor, and Co.'s factory, 00 and 101
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, by man used to tlmber
' j ard and books. Address A. B., Post-office,
FENCERS WANTED; highest rates paid. Har
grcave, Masterton, and Thomson, Malmsbury
I TUFTY good TAILORESSES WANTED. Highest
wages, and permanent employment. Also, Ap- prentices. M. Nolan, 41 Flinders-lane east._ HOR8EBREAKKR WANTED ; ono who can plough
preferred. Black Swan Hotel, top Spcncor-strcct, North Mclbourno._
ANTLEMAKJNG.-20APPRENTICESWANTED. 5s, a week after three months. Mrs. Nolan, 41
ACH1N1STS WANTED, for clothing. Singer's and Thomas's. Paterson, Ray, Palmer, and Co.'s factory', Bourko-strcct west.
J) OAD WORK.-WANTED, QUARRYMEN. Apply
I King's Arms, Hotham, after 4 p.m.
SH1PCHANDLERS. or Ballmakors.-WANTED,
SITUATION, Foreman In either of above businesses, or to purchase Partnership, by expe- rienced person. AddrcssS.M., Buckhurat's, auctioneer, Emerald hill._ Sllllill», Tacker», Finishers.-MACHINISTS, 8<n
' gtr's. Wheeler and Wilson's. Plenty of work. Sargood, Kirg, and Sargood.
SMART BOY, as APPRENTICE; who has been at
trado preferred. Anderson, machinist, 137 Littlo
O FEATHER CLEANERS and CURLEIIS WANTED, a respectable YOUNG WOMAN, who thoroughly understands cleaning and curling feathers. Address, with refcrenco, stating salary, A. Cox, Aus- tralian dyo works, 55 William-street, Woolloomooloo, Sydney._
O BAKERS.-WANTED, a first-class HAND. None others need apply. T. Bowrlng-, Colling-
miNSMlTHS WANTED ; constant employment for JL «ooU workmen. Apply Cockrone and Radford,
10 Little Bourke-street east.
rpo SIGNWR1TERS.-WANTED, for a small job. X_Apply 60 Lygon-street, Carlton._
A1LORS.- WANTED, TROUSERS HANDS. Jas.
Martin and Co., 118 Elliaboth-stroet.
WANTED, a person thoroughly qualified to under-
take the PRESERVING of FRESH 5IEAT In tins. Applications with testimonials and references to W. Owston and Co., 108 Bourke-street west.
ANTED, steady EMPLOYMENT, in town or country, by respectable young man, a compe- tent tradesman, as Joiner, Cabinetmaker. Address Jolnor, Argus olllce.
ANTED, MACHINE SEWERS, for ladies' and children's inidorclothinp. Apply Paterson, Ray, Palmer, and Co.'s factory, 03 and 101 Bourko-strcot
ANTED, MACHINISTS, with or without miv chincs ; Tackors and Finlshora, for Crimean shirts. M'Cabo, Charles street, Prahran.
WANTED, immediately, young LADIES, as
assistants, improvers, and apprentices to rnantlo and dress making. 172 Collins-street cast
ANTED, good MANTLE HANDS. Apply Paterson, Ray, Palmer, and Co.'s factory, 99
and 101 Bourke-street west.
ANTED, a MAN, to silver-plate glass. S. Solo mon and Co., corner Swanston and Lonsdale
Wilson- machine. No. 6 Sydney-terrace, Can ning-strcct, Carlton.
ANTED, CARPENTER, build shop. Apply 170 Wcllington-Btreet, Collingwood, half-past 12 sharp.
ANTED, experienced TACKEKS and FINISH ERS, for Crimean shirts. Apply Mr. Griffiths, Lygon-street," Carlton, sharp.
ANTED, CARPENTER ; steady man can got constant employment. Apply, bciorc 10, oottago, 0 Brunnwiok-Btrcet , >
ANTED, SITUATION, by young man, Saddle and Harness trade. Good references. Apply
123 Bourke street cast
ANTED, first-class SHIRT MACHINISTS, and Tackers. Banks Brothers, Bell, and Co., 41
the tailoring. Apply at 05 Napior-street, rUuoy. _.
WANTED, RUBBISH CARTED AWAY. Liddy
and Boll, coach builders, Albcrt-strcot, East Melbourne, oppoalto Parllament-houso.
ANTED, two CARPENTERS, for fonclng. Apply after 0, next comer Barry and Pelham streets, near University.
WANTED, two LADS, accustomed to closing.
Apply 50 Leicester-street, opposite Carlton Foundry.
ANTED, flrst-clais DRESSMAKER, to shaio another business already established. Address, appointing interview, Business, Argus office
ANTED, a good HORSESHOKH, tor Kyneton. Wages, 25s. per week and found. Apply Forcbtors' Anns, Richmond.
ANTED, a good GENERAL WHEELWRIGHT; no other need apply. Jackson, 43 Elizabeth slrcct, north.
ANTED, a BLACKSMITH, accustomed to ploughmaking. Geo. Grant and Co., 44 Eliza
ANTED, CRIMEAN-SHIRT FINISHERS, to work on promises; also. Apprentices (salary gh cn). 14C Lonsdalo-strcot west.
ANTED, first-class MACHINIST (Slngor's No. 2). Wages, from 25s. to 80s. Constant employ-
ment l8 Swanston-strcot.
WANTED, a llret-class MACHINIST, to work
Wheeler and Wilson's machine. Mrs. Clark, 49 Ilanovcr-streot, Fitzroy.
ANTED, twoPIOK-AND SHOVEL MEN. Apply 7 o'clock sharp. Grosvenor Brick-yard, bottom Slmpson's-road.
ANTE«, a LABOURER, to attend bricklayers Early. None but good need apply. Bottom of Huwko-strcer, West Melbourne.
ANTED, a BUTCHER. T. Veal and Son, Peel
strcct, Collingwood. '
ANTED, young mau as IIORSESIIOEU. Corner
Argyle, Smith street, Collingwood.
ANTED, a SLATER, to do a Bmall job. Apply
110 Fllndcrs-ltttio cast, 8 o'clock sharp.
ANTED, a good WHEELWRIGHT Apply 50
ANTED, a CARPENTER, for about a week's
work. Apply 26 Errol-strcot, Hotham.
t/ANTED, LABOURING MEN. Mr. Brown's
fellmongery, below Melbourno gasworks.
ANTED.agoodWORKMAN, to raako for epring
dray. 6 Lang-lane, Bourke-street east.
ANTED, an APPRENTICE, to loam tho cabinot
trade. 85 Fitzroy-stroet, Fitzroy.
ANTED, TACKERS and FINlbHEHS ; also, a few Apprentices. Geo. Crail), Uourke-atrect.
ANTED, a flrst-clasB GENERAL HAND. Jamos Wm. Holland, plumber and gusflttor, Goolong.
ANTED, a good RHUSH-HAND. Apply at lied Lion Hotel, Drummond-strcet, Carlton.
ANTED, a good NEEDLEWOMAN, for white
shirts. 120 Drummond street, Carlton.
AT Mrs. ELDERTON'S, 88 Collins-street, WORK-
ING HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED, near Castle- maine and Pentland hills.
T Mrs. ELDERTON'S, Collins-street, SERVANTS WANTED, in ovcry capacity, Ararat, Avoca, Beechworth, Ballarat, Albury, Pyalong,
T Mrs. ELDERTON'S, 8J Collins Btroct, BAR
MAIDS, Waitresses, Housomaids, WANTED, Jamieson, Wood's Point, Matlock ; wages, £52.
T Mrs. ELDERTON'S, 88 Colllns-strost, female COOKS WANTED, for first-class families and hotels, town, country.
T Mr. ELDERTON'S, 88 Colllns-stroot, MAR
R1ED COUPLES WANTED, statlons,-men, cook«, ploughmen, gardeners ; wives, cooks, &o.
T Mr. ELDERTON'S MEN'S REGISTRY, 88
Collins-strett, SPLITTERS WANTED, Plough mon, usoful Boj B, town, country work.
T Mrs. BROWN'S OFFICES, professai female
COOKS WANTED, first-class hotels, suburbs, country, and town.
T Mrs. BROWN'S OFFICES, Bourke-street west,
MARRIED COUPLES WANTED, in ovcry capacity, for stations, farms, and hotels.
T Mrs. BROWN'S OFFICES, Bourko-streot,
COOK, also Housemaid and Laundress, WANTED, tamo station, small family.
T Mrs. BROWN'S OFFICES, Bonrko streot west,
GENERAL SERVANTS WANTED, for suporior tituatlons, town, country, and Buburba.
T Mrs. BROWN S OFHOES, Hourko-streut west,
HEAD HOUSEMAIDS, also, Housemaids, .for flrsWloss hotels, WANTED.
TMrs. BROWN'S OFFICES, Bourko-strcot west,
superior NURSEMAIDS WANTED, for small families, town, country, suburbs.
T Mrs. DUNCAN'S, 191 Lonsdalo-strcot wost,
WANTED, oxperionced HOUSEMAID and
LAUNDRESS, station, Broadford._
AT Mrs. DUNCAN'S OFFICE, WANTED, COOK ;
also, Housemaid and Laundress, station, Wah- gunyah ; Nursemaids, Biatlon, Murray, Salo.
T Mrs. DUNCAN'S OFFICE, WANTED, expo rienced LAUNDRESSES, hotels, St. Kilda, Warr- nambool ; Cooks, hotels, town, suburbs. Good wages.
T Mrs. DUNCAN'S OFFICE, WANTED, GENE
RAL SERVANTS, private families, town, suburbs ; farms, Keilor, Lancefield ; early.
T Mrs. DUNCAN'S OFFICE, WANTED, flrst class MAN-COOK, hotel, Warrnambool ; Plough- men ; Boys and Men, to milk.
T Miss COWEN'S, 80 Collins-street, MARRIED
COUPLES, malo and female servants forwarded to nil parts.
4 T Miss COWEN'S, 80 Collins-street, two SER i. VANTS WANTED, samo house. Bring testi- monials early this morning.
AT LONDON REGISTRY OFFICE, 84 Elizabeth
street, WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT, and Nurso, same family, town ; Nursegirls.
BABY WANTED to WET-NURSE; own baby
dead. Address Mrs. Reove, Albion-street, South Yarra.____ A Stout GIRL, for general house-work, must wash,
private family. References. 134 Fllndors lano east. £20._
A GENERAL SERVANT WANTED; personal refer-
ences rcquirod. Apply 205 Lygon-street
(GENERAL SERVANT WANTED. Prostbury-cot
7 tage; Jolimont-road.
GENERAL SERVANT, £30 por annuTi. Mrs.
Williams, Fitzgerald-street, opposite Terry's brewery, Prahran.
GROOM, Coachman, and generally useful, can
milk, wants EMPLOYMENT; highly recom- mended. D. D., Argus office.
HEAD-WAITER WANTED, accustomod to tlio
full chargo of a first-class family hotel ; highoit salary to a competent man. Apply Mrs. Brown's offices, S Bourke street west.
OUSEKEEI'ERS (Working) WANTED, Tor the
country, Mrs. Brown's offices, Bourko-Btroct
ÖUSEMAID WANTED. Apply Waterloo Hotel,
Little Collins-street, Melbourne
LAD WANTED. Apply to Dr. Reeves, Wellington
MKS. LOWREY'S REGISTRY, 160 Bridge-road,
Richmond, WANTED, GENERAL SERVANTS, Nursemaids, useful Girls, early.
MRS. STEVENSON'S REGISTRY, Church-street,
Itichmoml.-WANTED, COOK and LAUN- DRESS, for tho country. Wages, £35.
MELBOURNE HOME, RusBoll-stroot,-WANTED,
English or Scotch GENERAL SERVANTS ; also, first-class Cook and Laundress.
NUESEGIRL WANTED, whero a general servant Is
kept. Mrs. Sampson, 123 Lygon-strcot, Carlton. Town referenco required.
STRONG BOY WANTED, who can drive well, and
knows something of gardening. Klrwood, grocer,
THOROUGH good HOUSEMAID WANTED, at 44
Drtunmond-strcct, next Gaelic Church. Apply after IO. References required.
VICTORIAN SERVANTS' INSTITUTION, 128
Collins-strcot-MARRIED COUPLE WANTED, man, generally useful ; wife, cook and laundress.
?\ J 1CTOR1AN SERVANTS'INSTITUTION_COOKS > and LAUNDRESSES WANTED, Warrnambool. Gipps Land ; Housemaid, station ¡experienced Nurso,
WANTED, thorough COOK and LAUNDRESS,
w agea £40, references required ; also, an experi- enced parson, as House and Parlour Maid, wages £30. Apply Mrs. w. G. Harris, Alma-road,corner Westbury .sticet, East St. Kilda,
WANTED, a respectablo girl, m NURSE and
NEEDLEWOMAN. Apply to Mrs. A. Marks, Mcrhale house, Acland-street, St. Kilda. Roloronce required
WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT; must wash
and iron. Wages liberal, with light work. Ad- dress, by letter, Sir. Andrews, 100} Collins-street
WANTED, tu o good usoful GIRLS, for the
country, as Barmaid and Housemaid. Dautcho bniorzug. Apply Martens and Partridgo, 11 Bourkc
WANTED, experienced young liuly as WAITRESS ;
also compotont Waiter. Mulllard's olllce, Bourkc-street, opposite Waxworks.
WANTED, scierai NURSEMAIDS, Housemaids,
female Cooks, General Servants; small families. Milliard's oflico, 122 Bourke-strect cost.
WANTED, a useful GIRL, about fourteen. Pro-
testant preforrcd. 19 Otter strcot, off Smith street, Collingwood.
WANTED, by rcBiiectahle person, CHARGE of
ono or two CHILDREN. 43 Stanley-street, East Collingwood.
WANTED, young PERSON, for housework ; to
manage. Also, Girl for shop. Groenslado, confectioner, 107J Swanston-strcct.
WANTED, respectablo young woman, GENERAL
SERVANT. Sarnia-cottage, 70 Barkly street, Carlton, two doora from Nicholson-street.
W*~ANTED¡TGENERÄL"SERVANT; must wash
woll. Reforenco required. Wages, £20. 101
\ITANTED, SITUATION, General Sonant. Re VV speotable personal . references. 7s. II. A.,
WANTED, young GIRL, to make herself generally
useful. Accustomed to children preferred. SO Elgin-street, Carlton.
WANTED, by respectablo -person, 8ITUATION,
Housekeeper or Housemaid. Good references. A., 110 Little Lonsdalc-street west.
WANTED, a competent GENERAL SERVANT.
Aberdeen-cottage, Charlcs-stroot, Prahran. Ap- ply between 11 and 4 o'clock. ,
ANTED, Immediately, COOKS and LAUN
DRESSES, Genoral Servants, Nurscglrls, Wages,
£80, £36. Coles' olfico, Windsor station._ \%T ANTED, a SITUATION, as General Son-ant, in Ti a small family. Good referenco. Address Scot- land, Argus olllce.
ANTED, a steady man, as GROOM and GAR DENER. Good references. Apply Hampden, Barkly street, St. Kilda.
\y-ANTKD, a good BBRmrTTr'^aiitft'WWcTWK*' TI preferred. Cottago opposite Woslojan-horne, Drummond-strcot, Carlton.
.VïT ANTED, SITUATION, na Housemaid, or Geno VV ral Sorvant, in small family. Apply Baillie,
grocer, Hlfjh-stroct, St. Kilda.
ANTED, a thorough GENERAL SERVANT; must bo accustomed to the bar. Rctereuce re- quired, 115 Littlo Fllndcrs-strcct cast.
\\f ANTED, young girl, as GENERAL SERVANT, VV small family. Respectablo rcforcuco roquircd. Apply 5 Park-torroco, St. Kilda.
WANTED, SITUATION, as Waitress, In cafo, by a
respectablo you " Johanna, Argus oflico.
respectablo young woman. Rcfcronco givon.
WANTJiD, smart rospectabo young woman, as
WAITRESS. Clement, pastrycook, 50Swauston strcet. Reference required.
WANTED, good female GENERAL SERVANT.
Protestant. Reference required. Apply 23 Gcorgo-Btrect, Fitzroy.
WANTED, a Btrong GENERAL 8ERVANT. 44
Latrobe-strcet, opposite Immigrante' Horne, between 11 and 1 to-a »y.
ANTED, a smart littlo GIRL. Apply 80 Little Lonsdalo-stroot east, near the New Exhibition
WANTED, a thorough GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply 1 Gocr-tcrraco, cornor Lygon and Elgin strcctB, Carlton._ WANTED, thorough GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply, before 10 a.in" 22 Littlo Collina street
WANTED, n young Indy, as BARMAID. Refer-
ences required. W. B. Isaacs, London Tavern, Ellraboth-strcct.
WANTED, GIRL, who understands ironing and
washing. DU Little CollhiR-strcel east, down Graham Brothers' lane.
ANTED, a good NURSEMAID. Personal rc forenco required, Apply No. 1 Alcxander-ter rnco, Victoria-parado.
ANTED, rcBpcctablo strong . activo NURSE, ready with her nocdlo. Apply Mrs. Blackott, 63 Ourtrudo-htroot, Fitzroy.
WANTED NURSEMAID. Apply, 0 to 12, Mrs.
Richardson, cornor of Smith and Johnston streets, Collingwood,
WANTED, useful OIRL, for goncral housohold
work; English or Scotch. References roqulred. Neuman, 175 Brunswick-street.
in general housouork. Apply 22 King William
WAMED, minister's family, in tlio country,
GENERAL SERVANT, who can milk. Apply 26 Piinco's-street, Fitzroy.
WANTED, a respectablo GIRL, lu a small family,
to mnkc hcrsolf generally useful ; age about 15. Apply C5 Elgin-street, Carlton.
WANTED, a RUNNER, for an outfitting ostalillsh
mont, ono used to shipping preferred. 00 King
WANTED, SITUATION, as Oonoral Sonant In a
small family. Good references. Address M. It., Argus oflico,
WANTED, by young English- woman. SITUA-
TION, Cook and Laundress, small family. Good references. II., l'ost-olllce, Hotham.
\\J ANTED, a strong GIRL, wash and mako herself TT generally useful. Apply Mrs. Wado, 188 Victoria parade._ WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply
Sir Henry Barkly Hotel, Wostgartli-streot, Fitzroy.
WANTED, NLRSEGIRL, for tho country, two
children ; good wages. Apply early, 84 Ellza belh-strcct, up stairs.
ANTED, a useful Ôlrl, about 10, as GENERAL w
SERVANT. 234 Little Colllns-Btrcot east,
ANTED, n strong activo GIRL. Australian
Anns Hotel, Little Bourko-stroot east.
ANTED, a Lad, tis GROOM, and to make himself
othcnvlso useful. Apply Albion Hotel.
ANTED, a respectable NURSEQIRL, about IG or 10. Apply 177 and 170 Bourke-slrcot.
ANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Yarra lilla,
lOODoicr-strcct, Richmond, oil Swan street.
ANTED, a SITUATION, as Bannan, night or day. Has good references. P. H., Argus olfico.
ANTED, a respectablo woman as COOK.
European Hotel, SnanBton-stroet.
ANTED, a smart GIRL, about 10. Apply 141
Latrobe- street west, near King-street.
ANTED, a GIRL, about l8 years of agc, gone nilly useful. W. Miller, bootmaker, Kew.
ANTED, smart active YOUNG MAN, to drive a bread cart. Apply 22Littlo Collins-street east.
WETNURSE WANTED. Apply, IO to 12, Dr.
Reeves' Institute, 120 Swanston-stroot, or 6 Wel- lington parade.
ET-NURSE WANTED. Apply " to Dr. Clavcy,
31 Dcrcas-strcct, Emerald-hill,
ANTED, a GIRL, generally useful. Apply 17
ANTED, a CIIILD to WET-NURSE. Inquire)
at the Duko of Kent, Latrobe-strcot.
WANTED, a good PLOUGHMAN. Apply at A.
Lincolno's, Kirk's Bazaar, Bourkc-street.
Board and Xiodglng.
* T C Rqsal-terraco, .Nioholson-strcot, first class ii. BOARD and RESIDENCE, separate sitting rooms, baths, stable, every convenience.
AT Brunton'e Temperance Hotel, Spring-street,
comfortable BOARD and RESIDENCE, IE*, weekly. Library, night porter.
AT 0 Spring-street, oppesite tho Treasury-garden»,
BOARD and RESIDENCE for ladles, gcntlomen,
A~ X~No. 1 Alfrcd-plaoo, Vlctoria-stroot, BOARD
and RESIDENCE, gentleman, or lady and gen Hunan. Terms moderate. Baths.
AT 34 Stcphen-Btrect, two doors from Collins
street, BOARD and RESIDENCE, accommodation for gentlemen. Baths.
AT 2 Boyal-tomeo, suporlor BOARD and RESI
DENCE, for ladies, gentlemen, and families. Private sittingrooms, baths.
AT 4 JolimomVsqnarc, East Melbourne, superior
BOARD and RESILENCE, gentlemen, families. Private slttlngroom.
T 7 King Willlam-stroot, Fitzroy, DOAR.D and
RESIDENCE, married couplo, or two gentlemen friends. Balli», gas._ AT 110 Nnplor-strect Fitzroy,' FURNISHED BED-
ROOM, with fireplace, to LET, suitable for gen-
tleman or lady.
AT 4 Ulcbolson-strcot, opposite Model School, to
LET, furnished APARTMENTS. Board if re- quired.
AT S Royal-tcrraco,' Nicholson strcot (Mrs.
M'Comns's), private BOARD, Rcsulonco, ladies, gentlemen, fámulos,' Sepahate slttlngrooins. Baths.
AT 35 Russcll-strcot south, one or two BED-
ROOMS for gcutlomon. Slttlngroom If required. Board optional.
AT 8 Granite-terroco, Gortrudo-strcet, Fitzroy,
private BOARD and RESIDENCE for a gentle,
AT the Argyle Ilote!, Lygon-stroot, Carlton,
ROOMS to LET, 6s. and Gs. Board optional.
A Front BEDROOM, healthy position, Board op-
tional. Cloro-cottago, Koppol-alreot, Carlton, opposite St. Jude's Church.
A Single gentleman can find comfortable BOARD
and RESIDENCE at 195 Flinders-lane east, near Ticosury.
ADEDKOOM, sultablo for one or two rcspc-cteblo
men. Rent, ia. 5 Wright'a-placo, off Lonsdalo
Gentleman can have BOARD and RESIDENCE,
with private family. South Yarra. Carda Buzzard's, Collins street
A Gentleman requires comfortaulo BOARD and
RESIDENCE, Melbourne or suburb». Stuto terms A. C, Argus olilco.
Small BEDROOM, comfortably furnished, suit a
single gentleman. 219 Bourke-strcct cast.
Kow VACANCIES at Mrs. Duncan's, 7 Royal _terrace, Nicholson-street, Fitzroy, -_ BOARD and LODGÍNG REQUIRED, by agentle
man, Brighten, St. Kilda, or East Melbourne. Stoto (erins. Address Wanted, Gordon mid Gotch's,
BOARD and RESIDENCE, lady and gentleman,
or gontlcmnn ; bath, piano. 3 Pattlson's-tor
racc, Leicester-street, Carlton._
OARD and RESIDENCE, 81 Russell-street south. ACCOMMODATION for laUy and gentleman. Terms moderate. Baths, piano.
OAHU and RESIDENCE, two gontlcmou, £1 week, ' »ashing included. 74 Cardigan-street, Carlton.
/ \OMFOKTABLK furnished APARTMENTS, near \j Carlten gardens. Bath, balcony. Board optional. Moderate. Reference required. 25 Barkly-strcet.
OMFORTABLE furnished BEDROOM, suit lady
or gentleman. HO Naplor-stroot, Fitzroy. Fluiigo and sliowor baths,
COMFORTABLE furnlshod BEDROOM, 6s. week,
private entrance. Robort Bums Hotol, Courtney strcot, Hotham.
OMFORTABLE BOARD and LODGING for two
respectable men. Terms, ISs. per week, 114
LEGANTLY furnislicd front BEDROOM and
PARLOUR, attendanco, &c Rent niodorate.
Burrcll's Standard Hotol, Fitzroy. _ E~ASTMELBOURNE.-ACCOMMODATI0N for two
gentlemen desirous of quiet regular home. .' Cards, Buzzard's library, Collins-street west,
JTiURNISHED front PARLOUR and BEDROOM to
. ¿.LET;,, us.p .jjiano» 801- Alborfrstoot, opposite "Tltzroy-gardons. Baths._ I "FURNISHED BEDROOM to LET. Board optional.
. US Little Loiisdalo-stroot west, near Spencer
UI1N1SHED BEDROOM, use of parlour, small family, Board optional, no other lodger, 133 Hoddle-street, Richmond.
17UKNISHED BEDROOM, with usoof kltchon, for
? married couplo, or two friends. No. S03 ltus
URNISUED 81TTINGROOM and largo Front Bod room, balcony, baths, gas. Board, if roqalrcd. 1 Barkly-street, Carlton.
ENTLEMEN'S singlo furnished BEDROOMS,
from Cs. ; healthy locality. 15 Palmor-stroet, Fitzroy, near Carlton-gardcns.
C1 ENTLEMAN, having comfortably-f unilshcd house,
JT East Melbüurno, wishes two others to join. 102 Gertrude street, Fitzroy._ "\J ICE BEDROOM, married couple or two young Xs men, and Slttlngroom during daytlmo. 35
Lonsdale-strcet w est.
T. KILDA.-Coinfnrtablo BOARD and RËSI
DENCK for gcntlomen. Apsley-vllla, Robe Etrcct, near the beach._ ST. KILDA.-Superior ACCOMMODATION, for
gentlemen, families. Private »Ittlngrooim, Mal vcrn-liuuso, Groy-strcot, near station and sea.
ST. KILDA.-Superior BOARD and RESIDENCE,
Btabllng, bath. 2 Wcstbourno-torraco, Gro¿ strcet._ (¿T. KILDA.-BOARD and RESIDENCE at Mrs. Ö Bible'», Ai>slcy-Houso, Acland Btroot Batliroom. T^LET7~f urnished TPÂRTMENTS, AiñoricaTn
Hotel, Swanston-Btrcol, near City Baths. Apply William Armstrong', proprietor._ rilWO young men want a furnishod BEDROOM, J. prhato family, uso of bath. State terms, S. R., ArgiiB ofllco._ WANTED, by a gontloman, par .lal BOARD and
RESIDENCE, near town. Address B. A., ArguB office._
ANTED, by two young men. Fitzroy, HOARD and Rh&IDENCE, religious family, Wesloyar» preferred, State tenus, Young Men, Argus,
ANTED, ii Miiull furnished ROOM, for singlo
man. State ternis O, L., Argus ofllco.
Houses and Land to Lot.
A Commet RESIDENCE, boautif ully situated close
to Fltzroy-gardcns, at low rout. Apply on tho premises, 190 Vlctoiia-parado, fourth house oast of
A Ten-roomed HOUSE, gas and bath nu, witn
stabling, 2 Bay vlcw-térraeo, Qrattan-stroot, Carl- ton. J. M'Donald, 68 LlttloCollins-stroot cast; or 15 Cnrlton-strcot, Carlton,
ALBION HOTEL, Bruuanluk-stroot, Fitzroy, to
LET. J. M'Doiuild, 68 Little Collins-street»
A Nine-roomed HOUSE, Grauite-torraco, Gorlruilo
etrcet, Fitzroy. M'Donald, C3 Liltlo Oollins strcet cast. _
Six roomed HOUSE, bath, Elmbank-terraco, Vlctoi lo-parado. J. M'Donald, 58 Little Collins
VILLA RESIDENCE, oight rooms, coaohliousc,
stable, beautiful flower garden. Wostbury strcet, East St Kilda._ AFurnMied HOUSE to LET ; ovory requisito for
housekeeping. Apply 70 Oxford-stroot, Colling-
US1NKSS PREMISES to LET, a first-rate business stand, In most frcquonwd thoroughfare in Col- lingwood ; good opening for boot nnd shoo salesman, or Tuncy and crockery establishment ; situate between a draper and grocer. GasfttllugB, counter, and fix- tures complete. Kent moderate. Colo, corner Wcl llngton and Stanley streets, Collingwood._ BR1GIIÎON, Bay-strcot-FAMIIiY RESIDENCE,
built by Captain Cox, containing three rooms, 21J it by 16ft, five bodroom», two dresslngrooms, sonant'6-room, laundry, two pantries, stable, coach- house, garden, and paddock, Apply S. P. Blmmonds, estate agent, Brighton. _
HIOIITON.-Tho PRIORY. St Klldastreet A
very comfortable family residence of eight rooms, out-ofllces, and stables, with paddock of four aeren attached. Immediate possession. II. Selwyn Smith, 122 Colllns-ttroct weat_
BRIGHTON, near the Bench. -A slx-roomod
HOUSE. Apply lo Charles Webb, 102 Collins
IUGI1T0N.-SIIOP and DWELLING, near iTio Marino Hotel. Apply te Charles Webb, 102 Col-
HIGHTON, near tho Beach,-Furnlíhed RESI
DENCE, six rooms. Kent moderato. S. P. Simmonds, estate agent, Brighton._,
BRIGHTON.-FAMILY RESIDENCE, with excel-
lent stabling, convenient to station and beach ; £IC0, Walntab, 72 Queen ttrcet_ (For continuation of tki» CÍVIM of adverlxtf
ments, tee pane S. J