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MlsBinfeTrienda, Messages, *o.
fOHN HENRY MADDIOKS, bom 1827, at Top
it sham, Devonshire,-letter waiting for you at' Lloyd's agency, £3 Markot-strcot, Melbourne Any information will bo thankfully received by tho under- signed on behalf of his father. John B. Treatt, underwriters' agent, Cardiff.
LUDWIG MOERSCH, a native 01 bri mt; Auton
Kluetech ; Johann Nicolaus Scheib a native ol
Binfrcnlicim, Hesse; Johann Georgo Sclieib, a nativo, ?of Bingenhelm, Hesso,-are requested to firward tholr respective addresses to tho Prussian Consulate, Melbourne.
IIOULD this meet tho oyo of EDWARD TURNER,
of Warrington, ho Is earnestly requested to oom munlcate with the barkeeper of the Great Britain.
SHADRAOn,-removed from George-street to FIU-'
roy-strcct, near the parade. Plo%so call.
THE Scotch gentleman who called at (11 Honvoilo
fctreot, about a month ago, inquiring for Mr. Murray, ho is now in town till Wednesday. Call or send your address to Pilnco Arthur Hotel, Sivanstsn street _
WILLIAM HENRY PALMER, or his brother
John, of Now Cross, London (sawyers), aro re- quested to write to mc Immediately,-anylnformatlon as to their whereabouts will bo thankfully reueivod ; if dead, any person sending certificate will have ovpenscs paid, byT.J. Ottaway, 164 Bourko-at. vvost, Melbourne.
ATTS. JOHN, Deceased_Wanted WILLIAM" WATTS, roslduary legnteo, or his brother John. Blundell and Hurry, Melbourne
lost and Found.
FOUND, whito and-liver POINTER PUP. Ownor
can have same by paying oxpenscs. 40 Elizabeth
I?OUND, a ROLL of Insurance olllco PAPERS.
. Apply Mr. Duthie, Vine-street, Windsor.
EOST, from Oakleigh, near Turnpike, through i tho
upsetting of u buggy, on Sunday night, March Ï,alight-bay HORSE, with winkers on; bnxndod F off shoulder, 4 off hip ; two hind feet white. Anyono bringing him to Ross's livery stables, will bo paid £1 and expenses. '
LOST, bunch KEYS, supposed at or near Punt
h'lll, South Yarra. Flndor rewarded on return ine same to Mr. Dickinson, 00 Bourke-street vvost, llclhourno, solicitor.
OST, at Colt-jards, Royal Herse Bazaar, PURSE, - containing ono £5 and two £1 notes, two six- pences, and coppers. £2 reward. M'Culloch, Camp- bell, and Co.
OST, rough-haired TERRIER, crippled front log.
Row ard given for roturn of samo. Anyono de- taining' him will lo prosecuted. 117A Swanston
LOST, bay MARE, black points, no brands ; had on
saddle and curb bridle. Finder rewarded and ex- penses paid. Rowden Brothers, Russoll-strcot.
LOST, bunch of KEYS, between Lonsdalo-stroct
west and Peel streof, Collingwood. Finder 'ro ii arded. 175 Svvanston-street.
LOST, bctvvcon Muiket and Bourko streets, bunch
KEYS. Findor ron arded. B. Davies, 27 Markot
OST, a SHEEP DOO, black, white breast,-six.
months old. As. reward. 101 King-stroot.
NE POUND REWARD.-MISLAID, on Tlturs-'
day last, near tho New Dock, a blade alpaca COAT, containing a meiiiorandiim-buok and several bills of lading in nama of Jas. M'Ewan. The above reward will be paid to any person returning tho samo to Jahn M rheo, 20 Fllnders-lauo west.
ONE POUND REWARD.-LOST, a bay MARE,
brane'ed SU near shoulder. Whoever will return the samo to T. Veal, Ciomwoll.streot, Collingwood, vi 111 receive tho above. Anyone detaining tho same after this notice will bo prosecuted.
NE POUND RhWARD.-LOST, a ROLL of PAPERS. Apply Freemasons' Hotel, Smlth »ticct, Fitzroy.
STRAYED into Armstrong's yard, Franklin-street,
groy MARE. Ownor cjn have hor by paying ox-'
SIBAYED, block half-br.'d SPANIEL Sl.UT; liuino
on collar. Finder rewarded. 52 Gortrudo street,
riiEN SHILLINGS REWARD.-LOST, fiom the X Royal Mail Hotel, ITALIAN GREYHOUND SLUT. Anyono keeping after this will bo prose- cuted.
ANTED, production of CONVEYANCE. ÏOtli October, 1859, Moto« Moss to Goorge Robinson. E. Whitehead, Argus olllco._
Board and LodElng.
AT 6 Royal-terraco, first-class BOARD and RESI
dencc. Moderate terms. Sepáralo sitting rooms. Baths, stables.
. A T tho London Ucaiding Establishment, 31 Lons J\ dale-street cast, clean, quiet, BOARD and RESIDENCE, 18s. weekly. _
AT 3 Victoria-parade, oil Nicholson-street,
ACCOMMODATION, lady and gcntloraan, or two gentlemen. Baths, hot cold.
T i Barkly-strcot, Carlton, ACCOMMODATION
for ladles and gentlemen. Suit invalid lady. Baths, gas, balcony. Terms moderate.
T2 Royal-tcrraco. superior BOARD and RESI
DENCE for ladies, gentlemen, and. families. Private slttlngrooms, baths.
T Miles's. 129 Bourke-streot west, BOARD and RESIDENCE. Tonus, 18s. per wook. Soparate bedrooms. Baths.
TNo. 1 Alfred-placo, Victorla-stroot, BOARD mid
RESIDENCE for lady and gentleman, or gontle i men. Terms moderate. Baths.
AT 0 Roy al-tcrraco, Nicholsoii-Btroot, Urat-closs
BOARD and. RESIDENCE, soparato sitting rooms, baths, stablo, ov ery convenience.
AT Brunton's Temperance Hotel, Spi Ing stroot,
superior BOARD and RESIDENCE, £1 yvookly. - Night porter, baths.
A T 93 Flinders street oust, BOARD, or partial, for -Ti- business gentlemen or ladies. Terms moderato.
,, riano, baths._
AT 3 Nicholson-street, opposito Modol Schools,
ACCOMMODATION for ono gentleman.
A Quiet HOME for a Christian young roan; no
ehildron. Cards, Mr. Boero's, 71 Swanston . street._ ACCOMMODATION for two University students.
Assistance with stUflics If required. No. 1 Apsloy placc, Eastern-hill.
PARTMENTS, fprnislicd, willi Board and attend
niloc, or accommodation for servant. 150 Col
liiih-strcet-cast. - -
4 PARTMENTS to LET. 13 Lonsdalo-stroot east.
Front ROOM, comfortably furnished. Either bed-
room or sittingroom. 210 Bourke-streot cast.
BOARD and RESIDENCE, for one or two gontlc
rucn, In iprivato family. S Albert-street, East
OMFORTABLE BOARD and RESIDENCE, 10s. week. Barry's, 7 Sponccr-stroot, opposite West end Hotel.
AST MELB0URNE.-At-.ilo 1 Goorgo-streot,
comfortablo JIOARD and RESIDENCE for two 'gentlemen. Piano, baths.
FRONT BEDROOM, vvoll furnished, singlo respoct
ablo gentleman, pormnnent, 7s. week. Latch-koy. 1!» Lonsdale, near Swanston street.
I^RANKEL'S PRINCE ARTHUR HOTEL, Sivan
' ston-stroet, opposito tho Hospital.-Comfortable .BEDROOMS._
T ODGINGS for one or two respectable mon. 11
;i~i RusseU-ctroot south.
RS. FLORANCE, 13 George streot, Fitzroy, has ..VACANCIES, for gentlemen boarders. Bath, gorden, stable, X.C.
QUIET HOME, invalid tody, or married couplo
Mpdeiato. Piano, bath. Cailton^villa, 11 Grattnn-sfcrect, Carlton.
T. KILDA.-APARTMENDS, nrst-closs, Vittoria
hoiiBo, Groj-stroot. Bpard, piano. Tcrrns mode-
T. KILDA.-Superior BOARD and RESIDENCE,
near railway and beach. Bath. 2 Westbourne terraco, Groy-streot.
ST. KILDAi-BOARD and RESIDENCE at Mro.
Bible's, Aps.ley-h.ouse, Aclapd-otroot, noar clio Cliurch, Bath,_
ST. KILDA.-Superior ACCOMMODATION for
gentlemen, ¡enjilles ;,private sittingrooms. Mai v cm-house, Groy-streot, near station and sea.
ST. KILDA.-BÔARI> and RESIDENCE for goutle
men or families, overlooking Bay. û West l ourno-tcrraco, Groy-slroot. _^^ S~T. KILDA.^-APARTMENTS, foronoortwa gontlo
mcn. Eton-cottigo, Inkennann-strcot. geparato
"T.XlI-DAf-APABTOENTS and BOARÍ)7~7 iUÔvî
coster-tcrraco, qpppsito Park.
rpWO gontlomcn require for a permanency,thtoo X largo vicll-fiirnished ROOMS, und partial Board, in the suburbs of Melbourne. Tarma, llbuwl. Refer- ences exohangod. G. II., Argus qf|ice.
rpilORQUGH English HOME fur ttciitlotaen, boat X part St. Kilda ; handsomely lurnlshcd hottfo. Mr. Arnold, chemist, High street.
rp O LET,, furnished or iwiurnlsbod, BEDROOM, X for one gentleman. No other boarders. 14 Dutley
r|>0 LET, 42 Moor-stroct, Fitzroy, furnished BËD X ROOM, also Sittingroom, uso of kltchou.
mo LET, furnished BEDROOM, 5s. per week. 67 X riliulors-strcot .east, next Carron iron-yard.
WANTED, by,a lady, BOARD and RESIDENCE
In nrivate family, In Carlton or Hotham. Ad- dress, Hating tenus, 12(1 Colllns-strcot east.
WANTED, by a married couplo. comfortable fur-
nished sitüng and ,bed ROOM, near town. Z.. Argus office._j_ WANTED, threw or faur BOARDERS, married or
single. Balmaln-atrcot, flesr Chorry-treo Hotel. Richmond, Ids. per week.
ANTED, PARTIAL BOARD Md LODGINGS ; privat« family prefcrrod ; battu indispensable. State terme, E. 8. C, Argus office.
Y0"UN0T GENTLEMAN requires BOARD and
RESIDENCE, separate bedroom, cv o»tog dinner, near town. Separate, Argus office,_
Houses and z>and to Lot.
Most compact COTTAGE, at low rent. Apply on -.- .lT Premlf«it Westgarth terrace, Westgarth »trect, Fitzroy. "
HönsoB and liandtCS^t.
t-Av Beautifully-finished RESIDENCE, 11 apaitmonta, .J£3L superior bath, gas, &c. 7 "-Victoria-parade. Apply on premises, ,_ . _
BBOTSFORD.-ABEOTSFORD-VILLA, St. Hol
llerVstrcct-six Tooms, kitchen, stable, and out- houses. Excellent garden. Rcnt,v-'£CO.
A Comfortable six-roomed brióK COTTAGE. Lons
dale-street west ; stabling. Edward Talbot, l8 l tíllins-strcet cast_'_
A Nino-roomed HOUSE, gasend bath. Granite
terrace, Fitzroy. H'Bonnld, 68,Little Collins 'Btreot cast. i
A Seven-roomed HOUSE, baili, gas, stabling, largo
I yard, Dudloy-stroet, facing Flagstaff-gardens,
Wet t Melbourne.
A Comfortable, convenient brick COTTAGE, oppo-
site Fawknor-park, Pnnt-road, South Yarra.
Pearce, on tho promises.
AT EAST MELBOURNE,.Simpson-street, seven.
roomed brick COTTAGE; 22s. Od. per week. Johnston, auctioneer, Bourke-street.
AT Collins-streot¿ind Bourko-Btroet, ROOMS and
| COTTAGES,Trom 6s. upwards per 'week. Johnston, auctioneer, Bourke-street.
AT Lonsdale-streot cast, near Brunton's Tom
peranco Hotel, HOUSE. D. F. O'Connor, 05.
Bourke-Hf reet west.
AT 131 Littlo Bourko-streot east, SHOP and
DWELLING. D. F. O'Connor, 55 Bourko-streot vv-ost. ,
AT Brunswick-street, Fitzroy, HOUSES, nine
rooms each. D. F. O'Connor, 55 Bourko-strcet
T 40 Elizabeth-street, SHOP and OFFICES. D.
P. O'Connor, 56 Bourko-streot west.
Nino-roomed HOUSE, Elmbank-torraco, Victoria
parade. M'Donald, fiS Little Collins-street eut.
M'Donald, 58 Littlo Collins-street cast.
RIGHTON.-The PRIORY, St. Kilda-stroet.' A Very comfortablo family rosidonco of eight rooms, out-oiilces, and Btables, tv I til paddock of fonr acres at- tached. Immcdlato possession. H. Selwyn, Smith,
122 Collins street west
I RIGHTON.-To LET, a completely furnlshoJ fivo
I roomed COTTAGE, situated in Bay-Btroot. Ap- ply Simmonds, agent._ BUTCHER'S SHOP to LET. Sausago-machino and
fiber, and some fixtures. Cheap. lBOSmlth streot, Collingwood._.
BARKLY-TEURACE, Grey-stroot, East Melbourne.
-Commodious FAMILY RESIDENCE, contain- ing IO rooms. Messrs, Ham, 45 Swanston-strcet.
OURKE-STRKET.-Largo, convoniont groiind
! floor WORKROOM, at clicap rontal. 85 Bourko streot east, upstairs.
OROONDARA.-70 acres good LAND, near Olon i Iris, nine milos from Melbourne, to LET, cheap for tprm. Geo Wharton, 24 Collini-stroot west.
COUNTRY SMITHY and CARPENTERS SHOP to
j LET. Good situation. Sydnoy-road. Torms liberal. Apply Muirhead, Tallarook.
CCOMMODIOUS OFFICES, 32 Svvanston-streot,
j lately occupied by Victorian Registration Society. Ham, 45 Svvanston-streot.
CiARLTON, Facing Gardens.-HOUSE, oightrrooms,
' ltitchcn, bathroom, &c. Smith, houso agont, Carlton. '
ARLTON.-COTTAGE, two rooms. Rent, 7s. week. Smith, houso agent, Drummond mid Grattan streets, Carlton.
At tho junction of Brunswick-street and Victoria
i ¡ parade,
comprising-on tho ground-floor, largo shop, with warohouso, shed, and yard adjoining; on first-floor, dwclliitg-liouso of five rooms, and largo w-areroom. Suitable for a wholesale and retail grocer, a clothing manufactory, or other business requiring large spaco.
1,-tAST MELBOURNE. - Eight-roomed HOUSK,
là willi every convenience. -Apply Francis Hobson, 84 Hotham street, East Melbourne.
AST MELBOURNE.-^To LET, six-roomed brick HOUSE, Albert-street, near Powlett-strcct. Ap ply 5 Grey-stroet.
EAfaT MELBOURNE, ? Park-hlll-tcrraco.-Soven
roomed HOUSE. Gcorgo Wharton, 24 .Colllns
AST MELBOURNE, Powlett-stroet.-Now"'
HOUSE, seven rooms, kitcbon, bath, gas. Messrs. Ham, 45 Swanston-strcet.
EAST MELBOURNE.-Fivo-roomed COTrAGE,
quarter-acre, kitchen, .stable, outhouses, 22s. Ham, Swanston-strcet.
ÄST MELBOURNE.-Well-furnished detached
HOUSE,.-.wltli grounds; six or nine months. II. 'A., Argus olllco.
SSENDON.-FAMILY RESIDENCE, containing
10 roems. extensive out-offlccs, garden, orchard, and paddock. "Ham, Svvanston-stroct.
I710UNTA1N INN, Sandridge, commodious and ox
tenslve promises. Good position, Will bo Lot at a low rent to a permanent tenant. Messrs. Ham,
IrilTZROY.-To LET, four-roomed COTTAGE, with \balli, 14s. per.week. Vf. Gillson, Bruuswick street. Fitzroy._ TTOTELS.-Alfred Copper, auctloneer-and valuator, JIL respectfully requests an inspection of hotels or
other businesses lie lias upon the books. 40 Collins etreet east.
OTEL.-Expiration of Lease.-To LET, BED
DARD'S HOTEL (lately known as BIgnell'sj; rent low ; incoming easy. Apply to F. Boddard,
HOTEL, Saudridge-road, to LET, nina rooms.
Rent, 25s. Convenient for shipping. Buckhurst, auctioneer, Emerald-hill.
OTEL, near Bale-yards. 10-stall stable. Rout,
.£120. Proved trade, 30 Wida per month. Maya, hotfsl broker.
OTELS, Bourke, Littlo Bourko, Lonsdale, Little
Lonsdale, .Russell, < Stephen, King, and Flinders stroete. -Terms if required. Mays.
HAWTHORN.-To LET, commodious sev-on-roem
brick HOUSE.jjardon, wator,.&c, near railway. Mr.1, Lansly, Wclnhorg-road.
AWKhBURN, Gardinor's .Crook road, Toorak.
Handsouip VÍLLA RESIDENCE, orchard, pad- dock, &c. Possession <in April. Ham, Swanston-strcet. JOL1MONT-STREET, Jolimont, facing Railway.
COTTAGE, firo rooms. Rent, 22s. weokly. G. Wellstead, 130 Brunsvvick-strcot.
JOLIMONT, near Fitzroy-gardcns.-Nino-rooiued
| detached FAMILY RESIDENCE. Mr. Ham, 45
IOLIMONT, Opposite East Melbourno Cricket
ground. - Neat six-roomed brick HOUSE Messrs. Ham, 45 Swanston-staeet.
ONSDALESTREET, opposite Melbourne Hos i pltal.-Commodious STORE, suitable for a factory. Messrs. Ham, 45 Swanston-strcet.
ET, or Soil, VILLA RESIDENCE, 26 acres, sK miles from town. Particulars, 20 Latroie-street
"VI O. 2 FENW1CK-TERRACE, Regent-street, Fitz XX roy.-A nino-roomed HOUSE. Apply 22 Barkly sticet, Carlton.
OlFFIChS to LET, lame and commodious, 4
Queen-street. Apply Wobstor Brothers, 4 Queon
11RE1TY COTTAGE, seven apartments, outhouses,
. ! excellent gardens, in good order. Combormcro cotlogo, Hotlwmstrcet, Fast St. Kilda.
ÍUEEN-STREET. - To LET¡ the BRITISH li HOTEL. Apply to Mrs. Greenwood, on tho
\ OWENA-PARADE, Riclimontl.-Tiirco-roomod
ii COTTAGE to LET. Rent, 10s. J. W. Good rldgo, C4 Collins street east.
TÏICHMOND, Church-stroet, on tho Hill.-Seven XV roomod COTTAGE. Rent, 25s. nor week. Ham,
1CHMOND HILL.-HOUSE, nine rooms, bath,
cellar,coacliliouse, stable, largo yard. Apply Mr| Burnloy, Church-street.
RICHMOND HILL.-Six-roomod brick HOUSE,
JLt; baths, line view, near station' and Vaucluse. Copy eniinecs. Ham, 45 Swanston street.
SOUTH YARRA, Darling-street. - CROSSLEY
¡ COTTAGE, four rooniB, bath, sorvants' room, kitchen, pantry, outhouses, good repair, moderato reiit. Finlay Macdougal, 20 Qticon-streot.
S'l. KILDA.-Supertor FAMILY RESIDENCE, No.
¡ 3 Prlnccss-tornioe, Fltzroy-strcot. Apply parti cnlars, Flolchor, grocor.
SP. KILDA.-WIJIMBRA COTTAGE, Wlmmora
, placo, five rooms, Jdtchon, ¿io. Taylor, auo .tlopcer, Terminus. . '
SÙ'.'silLDA, Barkly-etroot. - No. 4 FORMOSA
l TERRAOE, BIX roomc, kitchen, &c. Taylor, auctioneer, Tei minus.
SCHNAPPER POINT.--TO LET, BIRDRo"cK
1 HOUSE, furnished. For particulars apply Mrs. ,Holm,'-\Var»tali-cottago, Wllliamatown.
Q1IOP, suitablo for a dressmaker or machinist, noxt Q, Truman'j, dealer, Clarendon-street, Emorald
iMi|. Rent, 5s. wookly.
rp bo LET, fumlslied, tho DWELLING HOUSE ii and PREMI8ES occupied by Mr. J. B. Bennett, corner of Fitzroy and Acland streets. St Kilda, within fiv embutes' walk oí tho railway statiion, and closo to the Esplanade, containing four slttlngroqw«, six bed- rooms and bathroom, servants' loom, butler's pojitry, kitehen, scullo/y, wlno collar, ,four-stallod' stuJtlo, mid doublo copclihouso. Tho bowie, cellar, and grounds aro dry and thoroughly drained, and supplied throughout with .gas, anti water .from Ynn Yean. Tliorojs «Iso a large ¿auk of rain-water always available. Tho furniture, of tíio best description and In pcrfoct order, comprises Qv*ntliîng requisite ¿Ol'* family. Possession on tlio 20tfc inst. ,
E. BOPDY, 107 Collhu-stroot,west, Melbourne.
THE SOUTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY
To LET, the OFFICES on first and second floors of the new premises erected Cor the abott» company, at 31 Queen street.
The rooms are spacious, and uoll adapted fer any business or professional firm or public company re- quiring extensivo office accommodation.
Tbo first floor is providod with a strongroom. Apply to
DAVID MOFFAT, Seeretary._ fpo LET, furnished, a three-roomed brick COT A TAGK. Apply Kirkton Kot«', Higb«tf>itrcct,
j Honses and land to lot.
alOORAK, .Wallace-street.-A commodious well
. finished FAMILY RES1DENOE, containing 10 rooms, kitchen, bathroom ; fitted up . with every convenience; (inmediato possession. Messrs. Ham,
O LIVERY-STABLEKEEPBRS.-To bo LET, with
Immediate i ossessiou, tlio oldest-established LlVERY-STABLliS In South Yarra. Apply to Sam. " nn, Gorillm r's freck road.
mi} LET, ORMOND-YILLA, with Garden and four X acres of Paddock, South St Kilda, at present occupied by tho Hon. 0. J. Jenner. Forcards to viow and | particulars as to rent, &c., application can bo made to Gemmell, Tuckott, and'Co., 49 Collins-street west! '
ri vu LET, that convenient RESIDENCE, in Victoria X parado, next tho resldenco of tho Hon. J. P. Bear, M.L.C., at present occupied by Jos. Pnrvoi, Esq., with' coachhouse, stabling, &c Apply to Noyes and Reed, Quccn-Btrcet. '_ ri>d LET, ¡South Yarra, a soven-rooraod COTTAGE, i vi 1th oight acres of «round, outhouses, &c. Rent, £1 per .week. Five minutes' walk from Gardiner's Creek station. Apply p. J. nam, Swanston-strcet ; or, W lu. M Bell aim Co.. Littlo Collins strcql west. ?
f| iu LET, HOUSE, and 10 acres of Laud, situated X top of tho Hill, Kew, lately occupied by J. C. Webster, Fsq. Apply H. 0. Fraier, 33 Collins-street. rilO LbT, suporlor eight roomed brick COTTAGE, X stabhng, coachhouse, every convenience. Thomas Jobbins, Daiidciiong-road.
O LI'.T, or Si 11, six-roomed brick vorandah COT- TAGE, 35 Regent-street, Fitzroy. Ground, 35
O LET, at Kew, sovon-rooiiiod HOUSE, good garden. Apply to Davis, 13 Leveson-street,
TO LET, the PREMISES, 114 Swanston street, with baker's oven. Apply Dr. Fletcher, Lygon strrot, Carlton.
0 LET, tho HOUSE and GROUNDS latoly occupied by C. W. Ligar, Esq., Stirvoyor-Gonoral. For particulars apply to Graham Brothors and Co.
TO LET, ROOMS, recently ocoupied by Dr. Bird.
X Bent moderate. Apply 66 Ellzaboth-streot. R. Mackay. _/
OLET, two brick COTTAGES, in Gipps-stroot,
near Victoria-crescent, East Collingwood.
bo LET, two four-romnod stono HOUSES. 137
WINDSOR, Albort-strcot. -AUSTRIAN-VILLA,
containing five rooms, kitchen, &c. Taylor, auctioneer, Terminus, St. Kilda.
\X7INDSOR. -A two storey soml-dotaehod HOUSE, VV| containing four rooms, kitchen, and sorvant's rnom. Taylor, Torminus.
W) ATEHLOO-STREET, St. Kilda.-COTTAGE, VV lately occupied by Mrs, Gibson ; repairs now completed. H. Selwyn Smith, 122 Collins-street west.
', Houses and Land for Salo.
ARARAT.-For SALE, or to Let, the DURHAM
1 HILL ESTATE, containing 114 acres of good arabio land, subdivided into paddocks, with »rood Homestead of eight rooms, commodious out offices, gulden, and vlneyaid. H. Selwyn Smith, 122 Colllns
UCTION, Wednesday, 1 o'olock, pretty COTTAGE
j RESIDENCE, and lovoly Garden, Wilson-streot,
South Yarra. Gledhill, auctioneer.
RUNSWICK.-For SALE, two flrst-clasj live I roomed HOUSES, in Al repair, with nice gardens attached ; together or separately ; both occupied by good tenants. Torms easy. Apply Mr. Georgo, Brunswick.
ARLTON.-Equity of Redemption_HOUSE, eight rooms. Gas and bells, Fine position. Lord, 47 Queen-street.
( CHOICE ALLOTMENT of LAND, John-stroot, \j I faolmr Richmond station. Apply Mr. Price, 20
Littlo Collins street cast.
"I VAIRV ! ARM, Homestead, Stock and Plant, near XJi Kilmoro ; 240 acres excellent grass land, fenced and! subdivided ; slab house, stable and sheds ; 80 head dairy cuttle, horses, diays, &c. Noy es and Reed, US Queen-street, Melbourne.
I^'EI.ANEY'S-ROAD, Hawthorn.-VILLA RESI X-/ DENCE, 15 acres, oichard, garden, paddock. Bellin and Wilkinson, 10 Collins-street east.
MEKALD-HlLL.-lor SALE, or to Let, a flvc
roomed stone and brick BUILDING, clght stalled stable, cart-house. cow-fheds, 00ft. of hay-loft, large )iud, water on, i.e. Price, £300. No. 4, off
ITvMIiRALD-UILL.-Two fine brick HOUSES, £775;
U Rood value. Brick cottago, £210. Cottago, £05. Buckhurst, auctioneer.
MKHAL» HILL.-ALLOTMENTS, closo town, ' no filling, 148. Od., 17s. Od. ; corner, 27s. Od. Easy terms. Cottage». Buckhurst, auctioneer.
OR SALE, throe-roomed HOUSE, shed, gardon, 140ft. frontage, near Parade. 10 Henry-street, I ollliigwood. £15.
I? OR SALE, tho EXCK1SIOR STORE, Palmerston
stroet, ( arlton. Capital stand for hotol, grocery, or feed store. Apply on premises.
OR SALE; FARM, of 120 acres, cheap, 17 milos 1 from town. Mr. Braho, 57 Ohanccry-laiio.
/ v'lttAT BARGAIN.-Largo stono HOUSE, throo VT) quarters of an aero of ground, near church, bank, &c, Piper-street, Kynoton, for £400. Noblo, ouofloiicer, Emerald-hill.
AROOURT.-1258 ACRES, £2 per aero. ïm
mediato possession. Easy terms. Henry Sto vernon, 00 Queen-strcot.
1NKEHMANN-ROAD, East St. Kilda.-Woll-fiiilshod
eight roomed brick COTTAGE, stable, &c, with an aero of land tastefully laid out. Ham, Swanston strcet. _ -\JjUNAWADING.-SELL, or Exchange for town X\\ property, 172J ACRES, with Cottago, Bollln and, Wilkinson, Collins-street east.
PROPERTY for SALE, situato on tho Running
1 Creek, near Lllydalo, 400 acres, about a third of
which is arable land of tho richest and choicest
description, with underground drains, and capable of
being irrigated to any extent; 12 acres of vineyard, thoroughly drained and in full bearing, with ovory convenience attached.
i This valuable farm, tho property of Mr. S. de Pury, is throw n on tho market in consequence of his return to Europe.
For particulars apply to
Mr. JOHN ROSS, Yoriiigborg wino collars, 70 Col- ling strcot west ; or>to
Messrs. LAW, SOMNER, and Co., sood merchants,
R' ICHMOND, Church-stroot, Adjoining Rulo's
Nursory.-Throo acres of valuablo BUILDING GROUND, togother with tho Cottago standing therc on.¡ Georgo Wharton, 24 Collins-streot west.
ARE OPPORTUNITY.-DAIRY FARM, near
Molbourno, 130 acre, 30s. per nore. Lyall, 20 Little Collins-streot west.
ST. KILDA.-For SALE, NEPTUNE-VILLA, Fitz
', roy-Btroot, latoly oceupiod by Mr. Gideon S. Ling. Apply to H. Selwyn Smith, 122 Collins street
ANDRIDGE.-Two nice ALLOTMENTS, close I Graham-strcot railway crossing. Cheap. £5 catii, monthly instalments. Buckhurst, auctioneer.
mo SELL, or Let, MACK'S HOTEL, Geelong, with X ¡immédiate possession. Apply to Stubbs, Oxtoby, »"?1 C°
j HOUBOB and Xiand Wanted.
*!T St Kilda, furnished HOUSE, containing about XX five rooms and kitchen. Thomas Bramston, auctioneer, Brunawick-strcct.
RTIFIOATES.-VOLUNTEERS'LANDCERTIFI OATES PURCHASED. Cash on delivery. John George Dare, 4 Collins-slroct cast.
TTOLUNTEERS' LAND CERTIFICATES PUR
» I CHASED. Cash on delivery. 90 Queon-stroot, Mc)bouinc.
ANTED, to RENT, PADDOCK, securely fenced, 40 acres, within eight milos Melbourne Hoiidy, bu|chcr, Johnston-htreot.
WANTED, HOTELS, at South Yarra and Illch
mond. Cash purchasers ready. H. J. Mays, 56
Litl le Collins-streot.
ANTED, HOTEL, freehold, for cash ; must bo good locality, Fitzroy or Collingwood. Address J. M., Argus office.
WANTED, to RENT, in suburbs, a five or six
rocmed HOUSE, bath. Address Moderate, Ariiis oflicc.
A1 Small TOBACCONIST'S SHOP, opposite Theatre ü Rojal, with fixtures, furniture, and goodwill, doing an excellent business ; the proprietress leaving Ihrnugh ill health. Immediate possession.
/CHEMIST'S SHOP for SALE; first-class opening]; v-j rent, 14s. week. Apply Chequers Inn, Bay-street, Sandridge_
TTU.OUR-MILL for SALE, having four pairs of X] stones, and all requisite gearing of the very best description, and in perfect working condition ; steam povVcr ; situated in town. For furthor particulars apply 13 Fllndcrs-lano east.
FOR SALE, HAY and CORN TRADE, paying.
Small capital required. Collingwood. Corn, Argus
Ii OR SALE, an old-established BAKING BUSINESS, Xj doing a tlrst-closs family trade, about three tons per week. Apply Mr. Gibson,Diglit's-mills.
?PRIVATE BOARDING-HOUSE In Melbourne
X| GOODWILL and FURNlTUREforBALE. Stubbs;
Oxtoby, and Co , Colllns-Btrcot.
mo GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, Drapers, Grocers, X and Others.-Tho undersigned havo for SALE a GENERALS TOREKEEPER'S BUSINESS, comprising drapery, grocery, ironmongery', boots and shoes, crockery, &c, in a rising agricultural township in Gipps Land, and on the road to Stringer's Crook and other diggings.
For further particulars apply to
LYELL and GOWAN, 40 Eliiaboth-street.
r.S.-L. and G. have several other businesses In
lojivn and country for sale._
TWO first-class PHOTOGRAPHIC BUSINESSES,
boot out of Melbourne. F.no chance for young roon, as tho owner w11! mako purchaser perfect in tho ait. RoUiíng from business only reason for soiling. Apply to J. W. Small and Co., 03 Little Collins
mo T0BACCONI8TS, and Othcre_For SALE, X cheop, TOBACCO and SNUFF PLANT, consisting of large hydraulic pre-", plug frames, boxes, platen, and screw-press, one cnvflmtll, cylinder, sifter, and weighing machine. The »'hole together, or In lots to . nit L.ui chosen, ¿uhn Ji'.WTO, Ki King-street.
.. ! Businesses.
TO) SADDLERS.-BUSINESS for SALE, in tho
country. Small stock. Apply Henry Box and
UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY.-. GRO-
CERY BUSINESS for SALE, with Bakery at- tached J fine doublo fronted shop. Incoming easy. Ownor retiring from business. Alfred Levi, 54 Eliza-
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. I contains tho following :
|1. The Coming Man Î j 2. Friends in Need.
3. Tho Local Market for Our Wines.
4. The Peripatetic Philosopher.-No. XIV. '6, Topics of the Week.
0. The Theatres-, &c. By *' Jaques."
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10. Buenos Ayn.8 and tho Argentine Republic as
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17. The M.C.O. Elovoii's Trip to Warrnambool.
By" Ono of Than."
18. The Champion Peds. By " A Looker-on."
li). Local Government.
20. Elementary Lessons on Chess. Lesson
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Arrival of the Panama Mall.
Matriculation of Students at the Melbourne ' University.
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.Sceno in tho Legislative Assembly, New South
IVisit of Princo Alfred to Queensland.
State rorests.of Victoria.
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'New Industries.- Silk-producing in Victoria.
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Tho Garden.-Operations for tho Week. Spring
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Tlio Vinoy ard.-Victorian Wine-tasters and Con-
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I jurd Association, by the President, William
London Wool Sales.
THE SPORTING DEPARTMENT of the AUS
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' Answ ers to Correspondents.
Races to Como.
Dates of Entries, Nominations, and Acceptances. j Publication of Weights.
II ho Maribyrnong Stud and Distribution.
1 Flemington and Randwick Autumn Meetings,
i Nominations for the Warrnambool and Talbot I Paces.
Weights for tho Portland Handicap. Turf Gossip. By " Playboy."
1 Tho Distr.bution of tho Maribyrnong Stud, and
Last Week's Racing. By '* Peeping Tom." The Degeneracy of Our Thoroughbred Stock.
Tho Geelong Handicaps-The Secretary's Esplona
Creswick Annual Races. Brighton Beach Races.
j Beechworth Races.
From Dawn to Sunset.
Hunting.-Gipps Land Hunt Club.
Angling.-Angling on tho Gellibrand.
Shooting,-Tho CIOBO Season for Quail.
Cricket.-Matches to Come. The M.C.O. Eloven 8
Trip to -Warrnambool, by Ono of Them. Carl j ton v. Princo of Wales.
cote-The Champion Pod»., by " A Lookor-on. Aquatics. -Tlio Regatta.
Chess.-Problem No. 85. Solution of Problem
No. 84. Elementary Lessons on Chess-Lesson XXX1L, tlio King's Gambit (continued).
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| Publicans' Licences.
PUILICAN'S NOTICE of APPLICATION for a
LICENCE.-To tho Bench of Magistrates at East Colhnrwood.-I, J OHN HALLIGAN, gontleman, now rcsldiig at tho corner of Langridgo and Rokoby slreelf, give notice that It is my intention to APPLY
to tho justices, a'.ltlngat tho Court of Petty Sessions to be bollen at East Collingwood on the 17th Mareil inst, authoringa LICENCE for a hotiso at thocornor of Largrtlgo and Rokeby streots, containing bar, two slttlnprooras, and thrco bedrooms, and occupied by the said John Halligan, and tobo called tho Beresford Arms. 3rd March, 1S0S. JOHN HALLIGAN.
HPO the BENCH of MAGISTRATES at GARDINER. JL -L ROBERT JOHN GYTON, carter, now re biding at Gardiner, do horoby give notice that It Is my intention to APPLY to tho justices, sitting at the Court tf Potty Sessions, Gardiner, on tlio 18th day of March next, lora certificate authorising tho issue of a PUBLICAN'S LICENCE for a house situated at Gard lier, on tbe Malvern-road, containing eight rooms exclusive of thoso required for the use of my family, rented to mc, and now occupied by mo. The house has been licensed under the name of the Butcbirs' Arms. R. J. GYTON. Feb. 27,1868.
SPINKS'S PRIVATE HOTEL, Alexandra, opposito
Cmsblng-machine.-Comfortable ACCOMMODA- TION lor gentlemen. Stabling In course of erection.
ANKARD, TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Lonsdale
street west, Mclbourno, in returning thanks to the public for past favours, acquaints them that he has nude a REDUCTION in his PRICES. T»ble d'hote fro»lulls, Pinners, Is.
' Rectores. Bormons. Soirees. *o.,
RICHMOND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.- '
ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING, in tho now
Lecture-hall, half-past 0 This Evening._
AO. F. : COURT PRINCE of WALES, No. 3198.
. QUARTERLY SUMMONED MEETING, This Evening, 10th inat. Important business. John Max wcll, See._.___ AO.F. : COURT REFORM, No. 3510.-Quarterly
,, SUMMONED MEETING, Wednesday, 11th, Literary Institute. Daniol Scott, Secretary._
O.F. : COURT YARRABERG, No. 3325.-SUJI J MONED MEETING, quarterly night, March 11. W. Hay, Secretary.
NOIENT ORDER FORESTERS'. COURT HO THAM, 3100.-Quarterly special SUMMONED MEETING This Evening. Edmund Alcock, Secretary.
p 0«M PLIMENTARY BANQUET
The Hon. JAMES SERVICE,
Assembly-rooms, Gortrndo-streot, Fitzroy,
At 7 o'clock.
The Hon George Harker in tho chair.
Tidkets to bo obtained of Messrs. Kidney Brothers, Smith-street; at Swan Hotel, Gcrtrudo-strcet ; and of
members of committee.
|_JOHN REES, Hon. Sccjg TO the RESIDENTS of WESTTMELBOURNE^
k PUBLIC MEETING will be hold at the Golds» Cross Hotel, corner of King and Latrobo streets, on Tuesday ovonlng, tho 10th hist., at 8 o'clock, to pro- test against any part of our swamp being put up for sale, as stated in Tho Argus of Friday, the 0th Inst.
A largo attendanco is requested._
WEST MELBOURNE LITERARY INSTITUTE.
-Special COMMITTEE MEETING This Even- ing, at 8 o'clock. Consideration of draft report.
MERICAN REEF UNITED QUARTZ-MINING
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of tho share- holders in tho above company will bo held at the company's office, Pall-mall, Sandhurst, on Monday, tho 30th day of March inbtant, at 3 p.m., for tho pur- pose of considering and deciding as to the advisability of increasing tho capital of the company for the pur- chase of tho adjoining ground, known as " The Even- ing Star Company's."
i_O. J. BROWN, Manager.
BRITANNIA and ELDORADO UNITED QUARTZ
, MINING COMPANY (Registered.)
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of tho share- holders will be held at the company's office, Foster btreot, Sale, on Wednesday, 25th March, 1803.
To consider Mr. Robinson's proposition.
To oonsldornnd roccivo report of directors.
To receive a statement of the accounts and I balance-sheet. ' ,
j_TO. JKO. TRICKS, Manager.
HOME REEF QUARTZ-MINING COMPANY
! (Registered), Growler's Crook.
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders will bo held at tho oflico of tho company, Camp-streot, Beechworth, for tho purpose of electing directors, appointing auditors, and other business, on Friday,
20th March, at half-past 2 p.m.
! JOHN TURNER, Legal Manager. Beechworth, March 2, 1868.
M AIR-STREET JUNCTION GOLD-MINING
COMPANY (Registered), Ballarat.
An EXÏRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders
in tho above company will bo held at Cameron's Hotel, Sturt-street, Ballarat, on Monday, the 23rd March, 1808, at 8 o'clock p.m.
Business:-To consider and order upon vvindmg 1 up the company.
I A. MONGREDICN, Manager. 0 Mining-oxchango, Ballarat. _ SPECULATION GOLD-MINING COMPANY (Rc
gistered), Maldon. '"
The ORDINARY BI-MONTHLY GENERAL MEET- ING of shareholders will bo held at the offices of tho company, No. 20 Collins-street vvost, on Tuesday, the 10th inst., at 3 o'clock p.m.
' By order,
J. P. KIERULF, Manager. Melbourne, March 2,1808. '
'.¡111E HAVILAH QUARTZ-MINING COMPANY A (Registered), Inglewood.
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders will beheld at the Albion Hotel, Bonrke-strcct, Hol- bourne, on Thursday, tho 20th day of March, 1808, at half-past 4 o'clock p.m.
Business :-To elect directors and auditors, and
lo decido upon future operations. , .,
i_W. W. DUKE. Legal Manager.
q-IHE OPHIR GOLD-MINING COMPANY (Rogis X ' terod), Jnglowood.
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders will bo held at tho Albion notel, Bourko-strect, Mel- bourne, on Monday, 23rd day of March, 1868, at half past 4 o'clock p.m.
IBusinefs :-To olect directors and auditors, and I decide upon futuro operations. . '
I_W. W. DUKE, Legal Manager.
THE LEICESTER GOLD-MINING COMPANY
! (Registered), Iuglewood.
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders will be held at the Albion Hotel, Bourke-street, Mel- bourne, on Tuesday, tho 24th day of March, 1868, at half-past 4 o'clock p.m.
¡Business:-To olect diroctors and auditors, and to I decide upon futuro operations.
I W. W. DUKE, Legal Manager.
THE MANCHESTER GOLD-MINING COMPANY
A'n EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of shareholders will bo held at tho Albion Hotel, Bourko-streot, Mel- bourne, on Wednesday, the 25th day of March, 1803, at half-past 4 o'clock p.m.
1 Business :-To elect directors and auditors, and to
decide upon future operations.
_W. W. DUKE, Legal Manager.
HE ROYAL MINT GOLD-MINING COMPANY - (Registered), Stringer's Creek.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the shareholders in tho abovo company will bo hold at tholr office hore on Monday, the -0th day of April, 1808, at 3 o'clock p.m.
I Bubhicbs.-To confirm tho forfeiture of shares, | and to determine as to their disposal.
_THOMAS NEWSOM, Manager.
THE ALBION GOLD-MINING COMPANY
I (Registered), Sebastopol.
An EXTRAORDINAY MEETING of tho abovo company will bo held cn Monday, the 28rd inst, at 4 p.m.,"at Cralg's Royal Hotel, Ballarat, for tho pur- pose of confirming, or otherwise, an arrangement with the United Extended Band of Hope Com-
_ALEXANDER DEWAR, Manager.
TXICTORIA QUARTK-MINING COMPANY (Re- vi gistered), Clunes.
An EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of the share- holders of tho abovo company will bo hold at tho office of the company, on Friday, the 27tb day of Mai cb, at 1 o'clock p.m.
¡ Business :
1. To appoint a legal manager in the roora of the i present holder of the otlico, who has resigned.
j 2. To rescind resolution passed at tho last general ( meeting in reference to tho payment of tho ex-
pensen of non-resident directors.
I (Signed) DAVID DAVIES, Chairman.
A | DVANOES ready on deposit of deeds of house« A or land in any part of tho colony in sums of £20,
£30, £40, £60, £100. From £500 to £5000 for ono or any1 term of years at 8 per cent. Money lent in sums varying from £5 to £10C0 on security of two respon- sible householders, repayable by weekly instalments of Is, in tho pound. Persons requiring a loan of £6 receive £4 10s. cash, the balance deducted for interest, to be repaid by 20 weokly Instalments of Sa. each. AdyanccB made on bills of eale, furniture, &c, bills of ¡lading, bonded certificates, or other availablo accju-ity. Gentlemen holding Government or other responsible situations, monthly paymonts or terms as may bo agreed upon. Bills discounted. Oftlco hours 10 to 5, Mondays 10 to 8, Saturdays 10 to 2.
LIVERPOOL MORTGAGE, LOAN, and DISCOUNT COMPANY, 122 Elizabeth-street, throo doors from
ADVANCES mado at reduced rates of interest upon
first-class FREEHOLD SECURITIES.
The Trust and Agency Company of Australasia
BRIGHT BROTHERS and Co., Managing Agents.
BARTON and HELLINS, Solicitors. _
ADVANCES, on bills of salo, bills of exchange, or
other security, READY, from £5 and upwards, repayable by instalment«, na may bo agreed upon. Apply personally, or by letter, to A, Barnard, agent,
No, 44 Bourke-street cast.
A| DVANCES, on mortgages, bills of sale, personal JA. or othor security, stock-in-trado, furniture, &c, from £5 upwards, repayable by instalments. Krakow-ski, 02 King-street.
AJ DVANCES MADE, in suma of not less than £500,
MJL. at current rates of interest, by tho Victoria Insurance Company, 82 Collins-Btreet east. Jssoph Collie, secretary,
AI DVANCES mado on freeholds, merchandise, ¿X. sliareB, personal security, repayablo by instal- ments, &c. H., 65 Temple-court
UCHAN, 75 Little Collins-street east, ADVANCES
ready, £10, £20, to £10,000, deposit of deeds, or mortgage
UILDING AGENCY, 78 Elizaboth-stroet, AD
VANCES CASH for erecting buildings and on mortgage, at the lowest interest.
TjHFTY POUNDS to £6000, from 8 por cent, on X, freeholds. Mr. Fcrgle, notary, Ohancory-lanc.
JENNINGS and COOTE, solicitors, have several
, SUMS to LEND, on mortgage. 37 Queen-street Melbourne.
TlONDON LOAN and DISCOUNT SOCIETY, 82 XJ Swanston-street south, threo doors from CoUins street-This society is established to assist tradesmen and others on the following terms ;-Money Advanced In Bums varying from £5.to £1,000, on security two responsible householders, to bo repaid by weokly in- stalments of Is. in the pound. Persons desirous of obtaining £6 receive £4 10s. cash, repaid by 20 inutal monta 6s. each, the balance deducted for interest Billi
LEGACIES, Annuities, and Reversionary Interests.
-MONEY ADVANCED to persons entitled tborcto, in England or elsewhere. Mr. Fergie, notary public, 84 Chancery-lane, Melbourne.
ONEY to LEND, freehold securities. Moderate
interest William Lynch, solicitor, Eldon chambers, Bank-place, Chancery-lane.
TO LEND, on mortgage, £150, at ten per cent
Thomas Bramston, auctioneer, Brunswick-street.