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Sales by Auotlon,

THIS DAY.

To the Boot Trade of Melbourne and Suburbs, Country

, Buyers and Others.

Important Sale

Of

48 Trunks BOOTS.

Just Landed ex Anglesey.

By Order of Sim Lion, Esq.

J LYONS and Co. have received Instructions from

. Sim Lion, Esq , to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, Colllns-street, on Wednesday, 13th inst-, at eleven o'clock,

48 trunks

Ladies' and children's Kid. and lasting boots,  

of the most superior quality,

Comprising The croquet Narolase

Pompadour

Princess Alice Osborne.

And All the latest styles

Ladies' and girls' super, all lasting boots, E.S.,

&c.

The auctioneers have received their usual Instruc- tions, to sell every line

Without the least reserve.

_Terms of Sale.

THIS DAY.

Io the Boot Trado of Melbourne and Suburbs, Country

Buyers, and Others,

Colonial-made

BOOTS.

J LYONS and Co, will SELL by AUO HON. at their

. rooms, Collins-street, on Wednesiiy, 18'h lost.,

at eleven o'clock,

A large quantity of

Superior colonial-made boots,

Men's

Women's

And

01 various description!. Without retorvt. Terms at Balo

~, THIS DAY. ~ To Leather Mordíante. Boot Faotors, and the Trade

Generally.

LEATHERWARE, .

HUNGARIAN NAILS, &:.

J LYONS and Co. will SELL by AUCTION, at

. their rooms, Ooliins-Btreot, this day, at eleven o'olock,

A lot cf

Prime crop and kip leather

Super, calf and kaugaroo thins

Basils

Hungarian nails, &c

Without reserve,

_Terms at Bale._

THIS DAY.

To Boot Factor», the Boot Trade, and Others,

CARVER'S SEWING-MACHINE.

J LYONS and Co. will SELL by AUCTION, at their

. rooms, Coltlns-etreot, this day, at eloven o'clock,

1 superior sewing-machine,

Carver's 6 D.

In gotd working ordo-.

Without rosorvo.

_Terms at Bale._

THIS DAY.

To the Boot Trado of Melbourne and Suburbs, Country

Buyers, and Othors, B0OT8. BOOTS.

Manufacturo of Messrs. Bostock and Co.

J LYONS and Co. havo recolvod Instructions to BELL

t by AUCTION, at their rooms, GoUlnB-8treet,thls day, at elevon o'clock,

An invoice of Monars. Boatook's ouporbr boots, '

Consisting of Ladies' all lasting. E.S.

Do lasting boot«, E 8., too capped

Glria* 6 9,1018, and maids' 1,2, lasting, E.8. Ladles'kid EB.T. D.h. DodoE.B,MH., &c.

Without reserve.

Terms liberal, declared at salo.

J. L. and Co. would call special attention to the above very superior invoice of Messrs. Bostock's boots, the best that havo been offered to the trade thli

season.

_Without the Least Reservo._

THURSDAY, MAROU 14.

To Furnlturo Warehousemen, Parties Furnishing,

Doalers, and Others.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c.

For Positivo Sale.

J LYONS and Co. will SELL by AUCTION, at

, tbolr rooms, Collins-street, on Thursday, 14th inst,, at cloven o'clook,

A largo lot of useful household furnlturo and

effects,

Comprising

Handsome Buen pino wardrobe Do cedar bookcaso Cheats drawers

Iron bedsteads and boddlng

Sofas and coucliOB

Cedar cbittonntoroa, tables, washslands

Fendeis and flrelrons

And largo lot miscellaneous furnlturo, &;.

Without reserve,

_Torms-Cash._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

Important Balo of Flrst-olass Brandlos.

The Celebrated

BISCUIT DUBOUOHE and OO.'S BRANDIES.

Under Instructions from tho Importers, MesBis. J. W. Ploos Van Amstel and Co.

Comprising

64 Quarter-oaaks Palo,

32 HogahoadB Do,

27 Quarter casks Dark,

14 Hog8boads Do.

Guaranteed Bhipments of Choice Vintages,

Well Matured, and in Splendid Order for Bottling.

To Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Grocors,

Sblppors, and Others,

GREIG and MURRAY havo received Instructions

from the Importers, Monars. J. W. PI noa Van Amstel and Co., to SELL by AUCTION, at their room*, on Thursday, 14th March, at half-past elevon o'clook,

Ex Trait d'Union,

60 quarter-casks Blsqult Dubouohe and Oo.'s paW

brandy / 'li 20 hhd«. do do A / /P j?" 17 quarter-casks do dark do // / If let 10hhd). dodo. |/7" IÁÍ

Ex Golconda,; l/ffßj'

i quarter-casks Bliqult DttWucliC bfrH/vo.'ñ pale

brandy JTil ¡I . lgbbds. dodo /111 .1) 10 quarter-oaeks do dark/at jfUl i hhd». do do, / Tjfy v

J, SORIN'B Ano PABEBRANDY.

Ex TrWi d'union, \

25 quartor casks J. florin's Uno old palo brandy,

2 to 8 0 p. X

The attontlon ot tho wine and spirit trasiwl) Aarllou larly rcquoatod to tho abovo Baja«*jr braVlies, the brands of which aro now so especially osteemoVln this market, are well-maturod, and fit for Immediate bottliDg. \ _Term» at Sale._

TBURBDAY. MAROU 14.

Under Instructions from tho Iraportors,

Messrs. B. and 8. GIBBS.

Bhlpmonts of First class Wlnos, Ex Bydrabad, frnm London.

Comprising

OOOKBURN'B PORTS,

GONZALES' SHERRIES,

OOZEN'e* SHERRIES.

To Merchant», Wine and Spirit Merchants, Grocers,

Shippers, and Others./ j) A

./^.REIG and MURRAY havs r^elvod/Wstructlons

\J from the Importers. Measrs/lB. and B.lalbBs, to SELL by AUCTION, at tliolrf/r/o<nä,\c&J0S>rsday, 14th March, at half past olevoh ofolock, AJ '

Ex Hydrabad, frnwtylelow,

OOlndtaaipnde,/

CO quarter-catj^Oocktkfnn'a double diamond old 0 In diamond ovor ¿rjpo JDLC In diamond over grape,

8 quutoPCMUsfOpokNurn's choleo old port.

0 Oliilanmonds, T In otrole,

4 quarter-oasusY Cockburn'» very superior old

port. Jj V/

SB over WP con J ol nod, 2 hhds. Cozen'» fine crown sherry.

Crown over WP oocjolned,

4 quarter casks Cozen'» superior orown sherry.

Crown.

12 octaves Dozen's choice palo or*4rn sherry _ 100 quarter-casks Gonzales' doubleN^amoftiLptTe

sherry. .^^CT

The attention of the wine trado lárpartiff&tarjy rtquested to the above shlpmont of very choleo wines of high qualities, wall matured, and of prime vintage.

Terms at Sale._II_ THURSDAY. MAROU 14. //

860 Oases, Eaoh 4 Dozen Quarts, Morlce/fW's Alo.

To Ale and Fortor Merchants, Wine/ Merchants,

Gr^ers/*nd Others. J\ jhp / GREIG and HUHRAJr baye roc/^eUunstWuirfni

from the Importen *"ll'Yf'T-'lT| AVfíTr"//"' their rooms, on Tbpnfh>y,A^>Marcn7XO>VMaHt eleven o'clock. A 10/ IW

269 cates Horl/e/qok'»VALE, each 4 dr«sji>quartj.

In prime order end oonditlon. ¿^

/ iDurmj at Sale.

Bolos by ¿.notion.

' THURSDAY. MARCH 14.

To Close Accounts.

' M'KSNZl-'fl Finest PORT Wines."

. O. S. CAMPBELL'S SHERRIES.

Very Choice Wines, in Splonoid Ordor and Condition. To Wine and Spirit Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers,

and Others.

GREIG and MURRAY have received inatruotlons

to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooi Thursday, 14th March, at half-past eleven o' "

To oloae accounts,

PORTS.

8 quarter casks M Konzlo'e fin;

1 hbd, do do.

. JRB/IK3i

15 quarter casks l£$erj(_Ie'ii/cbijic/pale cherries 1 hhd. Campbell's 6 quarter-casks^ 13 caion Harpa

1 hbd. forolgn/getreva

2 quartor-coikVS. A. Burgundy.

The above wines are of hlgb clrss and suporlo\con

ditton, and to be sold to close accounts,

_Torma at Sale._

THURSDAY, MAROH 14.

VICTORIAN WINES.

In Pipos, Hhds , and Qaatter-ciC

To Wine Merchants, Grecory,/on<t(SÍJtier!.

G: . -

AUOTION, at their March, at half-past ele

2 pipes Victorian 8 hbds. do do

6 quartor-caska _

In prlnworder and condition. _ terms at Bale.

THURSD

100 Casks ayhnoriVa Q/Ärt Alo.

To Ale and PorUr^^chajrts,i|Mosnd^Spiilt Mer-

chant

fVRZlQ and MU_

KA SELL by AtreiJON/ at/their rooms, day, 14th Mardi; aybalf-past olevon o'ch

100 casks Tenpent's ale, each 4 dozen quarts.

Terna B at Bale,

FRIDAY, MAROH 16. Preliminary Notice.

PURE GOULBURN WINSS,

Vintage 1870 71.

10 OOO Gallons Choice WINES.

The Produce of the Goulburn Valley Vinoyard.

In Splendid Order and Condition and Superior

Qualitlos.

To Merchants, Wine and Spirit Morohants, Grocers,

Storekeepers, and Others. A

GREIG and MURRAY havo received inttructions

from the trustees in the estáte of Mb/ffi'L. Robin-

son to SELL by AUCTION, orVfho pícaos, at the

Aloy/VihrmftO, Collins street Ah, fy^jma o'clock,

ffinw, being the pro Alloy Vineyard, prising

»taro, hurgundy, glory, carbonet, rcJro Ximeuoi, mixed whites, rods,

oellars of the Goutbu

west, on Friday, 16$

Tbo whole\of / '

duce of tie/

10,000 GAL» Hermitage

pauvlgu &c. /

'For UNRESERVED 8ALE.

And will bo sold In Iota to suit purohaaors.

Also,

About 100 empty casks, stands, skids, utensils in

trade, _c. ^__ Note.-The wines may be samploiWm apiiHiStlon at the collara ^*S«_:

Terme and full particulars with citalcj|ue&»f>ijor to

THURSDAY, MARCH 14,

And

Following Day if Necessary.

100 Head Cattle.  

Superior Horse Stock.

Farm Produce,

Cheese making Plant.

One and Half Tons Cheese,

Farm Implements, House Furniture.

Home Property, &c.

H. R. DIXON is instructed by George Woodman,

Esq, who is leaving the district, to SELL,   without reserve, at his farm, Moneygetta, one mile from Duck Holes Hotel, four miles from Riddell's Creek, and six miles from Lancefield-road Station, on Thursday, 14th March (and, if necessary, on the follow- ing day), at eleven o'clock sharp,

109 HEAD CATTLE,

Viz.

40 carefully-selected and really superior dairy cows,

a number of which are by Lord Raglan from cows bred by Mr. Wragge.

20 heifers, two and three years old, by Barrington

out of Lord Raglan cows.

21 yearling heifers and 16 heifer calves.  

Also,

Excellent two-year-old bull, by Lord Barrington,

dam a cow by Lord Raglan.

Pedigree of the Two Bulls from which the principal

stock have descended.

LORD BARRINGTON,

descended from the blood of the late Mr. Eates, bred by J. F. P. Phillips, Esq , Broomborough, Totnes, red; calved March 6, 1859 ; got by Duke of Cambridge (12,743), dam (Lady Barrington 2nd) by Weathercock (9815). gr d (Lady Barrington 10th) by 2nd Duke of Oxford (9046) gr gr d (Lady Barrington 2nd) by Belvi- dere (1706), gr gr gr d (Lady Barrington) by Son of Herdsman (304), gr gr gr gr d (Young Alicia) by Won- derful (700) gr gr gr gr gr d Young Favourite (6994).

MASTER RAGLAN,

roan, calved March 2, 1859; bred by and the property of Messrs. Morton Brothers and Leach, Mount Derri- mut ; got by Lord Raglan (47), dam (Rose Leaf) by Northampton (57), g d (Dahlia), bred by Mr. Manifold from English stock.

Fairy, rich roan, by Master Raglan, dam by Northampton.

Jessamin, red and white, by Master Raglan, dam by Northampton.

Snowy, white, by Master Raglan, dam by Northamp-  

ton.

Dandy, red and white, by Master Raglan, dam by Northampton,

Darling, strawberry, by Master Raglan, dam by Northampton.

Dolly, roan, by Master Raglan, dam by Northampton, Beauty, roan, got by Northampton.

Master Barrington, red, by Lord Barrington (im- ported), dam Fairy, by Master Raglan.

Sissy, red and white heifer, by Lord Barrington;

dam Jessamin.

Strawberry heifer, by Lord Barrington, dam Dar- ling.

Strawberry heifer, by Lord Barrington, dam Dolly.

Strawberry heifer, by Young Raglan, dam Jessamin, Red roan heifer, by Master Barrington, dam Fairy. Blossom, roan, dam Beauty, by Young Xmas Day, Alice, strawberry, by Young Xmas Day.

Five heifers, by R. McDougall's Dundonald. (See Herd Book, No. 21)

The valuable horse stock includes two first-class

mares by Old Prince Charlie, one of them in foal to Mount Wellington ; heavy draught horse, six years old ; filly, three years old, by Heather Jock ; and three year-old colt by Sir William Wallace, from Tasmanian mares; 2 fillies and one colt by Blackleg ; bay cob by Premier and brown filly by Mormon, both good in saddle and single and double harness; one three and one two year old filly by Mormon, un-   broken ; and light-harness mare.

The other live stock includes 12 pigs and lot

Brahma-pootra fowls, and the farm produce consists of about 150 bushels prime seed oats, stack old hay, sound; about 7 tons rye grass and clover do, and 20 tons straw; 1½ tons superior cheese, in lots to suit.

The cheese-making and farming plant comprises

Anderson's patent cheese labour economiser complete (plan to be seen at the makers', 84 Queen-street) ; copper steam boiler with piping and connexions ; largo curd crusher, with heat ing and cooling apparatus ; 3 double and 4 single iron cheese presses, 2 large oak vats, 30 cheese vats, assorted sizes ; curd coolers, cutters, and grinders ; Avery's weighing machine, hand     churns, milk buckets and dishes, 5 milk tins,   13gal. each; force pump and waterwheel, with   500ft. 1½in. iron piping; 400gal. iron tank, 2 iron   ploughs, zigzag furrows, cart and plough har- ness, dray, &c.    

And  

Among the sundries will be found four seated family

buggy, quite new, with pole and shafts ; wag- gonette; double, single, and tandem harness; 2 saddles and bridles, lot spouting and shelving, 2 guns, needle rifle, Admiral Fitzroy's prize barometer, carpenters' tools, and household furniture.

Also,

Half-acre allotment, adjoining the shire office in    

Romsey township, with four-roomed house and other improvements.

Title guaranteed.

Terms easy. Approved bills taken from purchasers to

the amount of £30 and upwards.

Note.-Mr. Woodman's successful experience for 12 years past as a dairy farmer, has enabled him to select   the best and most profitable class of cows, as well as the most perfect and economical cheese making plant, and   as the sale is bona fide, the attention of buyers is

invited.

Coaches will met the early train at Lancefield-road station.

SATURDAY, MARCH 16.

On tho Ground, at Faur O'clock p.m.

IO Very Desirable Building Allotments.

Business and Private Dwelling Sites.

Church-street, Near Victoria-street, Richmond,

Adjoining the Eureka Hotel.

For Positive and UnrcsorvedBolo.

PAGE, WHITE, and Co. aro favouroi with instruo

tlous to SELL by AUCTION, on the ground, on Saturday, 16th Marob, at four o'clock precisely,

IO business and private dwelling allotments in

Church-street and another street leading thero from, next Viotorla-itreet(Slmpson's-road). eaoh having large dopths, with rights-of-way and various frontages, to ault all partios.

These allotments aro for absoluto aale, and the numerous Intending purchasers of property In this Improving locality will do well by attending the salo, and secure a freehold at tbolr own prloo and terms.

Title guaranteed,

Plan» at auctioneers' offices, 20 Collins-street weat,

SATURDAY, MARCH 16.

On the Ground.

At Three O'clock p.m.

Choleo Building Allolunnt.

Corner of Simson and Henry Streots,

East Collingwood,

Near Smlth-Jtroot.

PAGE, WHITS, and Co. are favoured with Instruo

tiona to SELL by AUCTION, on the ground, on Saturday, 10th Match, at three o'clock preclaelv,

Allotment of land, having 51ft frontage to Simson -jrtreet by 87ft, 8ln. along Henry street to a right ^r of-way at the back.

'Tills land Is being surrounded with new and sub-

stantial buildings of a superior character, situated close to Bmlth-streot, near the omnibus stand and the principal street of Fitzroy and Collingwood. It should JjO_*ecured for either business purposes or private residences, for which it la well adapted. It Is to be eold without reserve.

Crown title.

Liberal Terms.

Balea by Auction,

AUOTIONEERâ' ÑUTIOS.

Wednesday's Catalogua Sale,

ÏURNITURE, FÍANOS, and OTHER GOODS.

Now on View.

At the Rooms, 38 Cullins streot cast.

INTEK DING buyers are Invited to Inspect furniture,

Ac, before the sale.

Catalogues ready Ibis morning.

BEAUCHAMP and Co.. Aoctlonaers.

7

THIS DAY.

At Three O'clock.

In our Up stair« Stloroom.

ENGLISH GOLD LEVER WATCH, GOLD CHAIN,

and. FIELD-GLASS.

BEAUCHAMP and Co will SELL by AUCTION,

at their rooms, 33 OoUlns-ttroet east, this day, at three o'clock,

A very superior gold lover watch

Handsome l8 csrit Qno gold cable Albert chain,

weighing 2oz ödwt. .w A very fine Bold glass.

^"?^_Without Reserve._

^ THIS DAY.

At Sloven O'clock.

To New Arrivals, Parties Furnishing, Dealer», and

Others.

BEAUCHAMP and Co. will BELL by AUCTION, at

their rooms, 88 Collins street east, next Bank of Victoria, at eleven o'clock sharp,

_^ A Buperlor assortment of new furniture.

Comprising

Drawin grooms. Drawingrcom suites in rep

Brussels carpets and rug-!, gllt-frama plor glass

Engravings, loo tables, occasional tables, polos

and curtains, gilt clocks, chin Minieres Fenders and Irons, vases, lustres

Lamp, pianofortes and stool, whatnots Canterburies, tapestry carpets Ornaments, toa and coffee eets

Side tables, chess tables, paplor maché tea trays.

Hall and Stairs.

- Oilcloth, stair carpet and rods, hall Ubi- and

chairs, mats, clock.

Dlnlngrooms.

Toloecopo and loo tables couch r,"J so'-1 In hair«

cloth

Easy and small chairs in halroloth, suite lu leather

and halroloth, engravings, paintings

Bookcases, chiffonnières, rocking chairs

Platedwaro, erookory, glassware, pier glasses Fenders and IronB, curtains and cornices

Tumblers, wines, sowing machined, coal vasos Tablecovtr?, oUclothB, clocks Books, cruets,

Bedrooms.

Toilet tablo and glasses, cheBts drawers, Besteh

pattern and toilet drawers, cane-seat chairs, doublo and single iron bedsteads, palllassos ; double and Bingle mattresses, hair and Book ; commodes, waamriands, ware, wardrobo3, towel rails, cheval glosaos, children's cots, blankets,

sheets.

Kitchen and Yard,

Meat safes and tablee, kltohon dressers, sauce-

pans, boilers, crockery, mangles, hoses, rocking horses, kitchen rango, boilers and furnace,

fl'tere.

Also, Canaries and eagos

Singer's sewing machine

Fowls, boiler, and furnace Medicino chost Theodolite

Ship chest drawers

100 vols, books, tide-saddle, aid brldlos, _No Besar ve.

'? THIS DAY. ' At Elovon O'clock.

Pianofortes. Pianofortes.

To Music Warehousemen, Privato Partie«, and Other». BEAUCHAMP and Co. have received instructions

from the various owners to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 38 Oollins-street east, next the Btnk of Victoria,

Several planolortos by well-known maker J.

_Torms-Cash._ ~~ THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

At Two O'clock,

Windsor.

Peel-street, Close to the Windsor Railway Station.

On the Ground.

By Order of tho Executors in the Estate of the Lais

Mr. Jebn King, tho Explorer.

FOUR-BOOMED BRHK COTTAGE and LAND.

Will Follow tho Sale of tho Household Furniture, ato,,

in Octavla-strcot, St. Kilda.

BEAUCHAMP and Co. have received instructions

from the executors ia the estate of the late Mr, John King to SELL by AUCTION, on the ground,

A comfortablo four-roomed brick-built cottage,

with a frontage of - feet to Peel-street by a depth of - feet.

From Its closo proximity to tho railway station will prove a safe investment for a small outlay, either io

live In or to let.

Title perfect. Terms at Sale.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

At Twelve O'Clook,

Octavla-sfreet, Near the Junction, St. Kilda.

At the Residence of tho Late Mr. John King, tho

Exporer.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,

ENGLISH PHAETON, HORSE and HARNESS, &o". To Parties FurnishlDg, Furniture Brokers, and Others, BEAUCHAMP and Co. have received instructions

from tho executors in tho estate of the late Mr. John King, the explorer, to bELL by AUCTION, on the premises, Octavia street, St. Kilda,

The household furniture and effects.

Dlnlngroorn and Parlour.

Large tapestry carpet and hearthrug

Hatr-seated chairs, easy chair and couch

Handsomo largo-tizo pier glass In gilt frame Very One 21-day black marble timepiece Loe-table and velvet-pile table cover Green rep window curtains and poles

Handsome framed engravings, chromos, Ace.

Lustres, vases, electroplated ware, china and glass,

cutlery, and a quantity of books.

Bedrooms,

Double and thule iron bedsteads and bedding Double waehBtand with white and gold ware Chest of drawer», toilet glasses and tables

The usual birdum requisites and furniture.

Will be sold at one o'clock.

A very neat Engllsb-bullt hooded phaeton With very good bay horse and harnoss.

Without reserve.

Catálogos In preparation.

Note.-The proporty in Pool street (see separate advertisement) will bo sold on the ground at two o'clock._

MONDAY, MARCH l8.

At Twelvo O'clock.

No, 0 Albert-torrace, Victoria-parade, near Smith

street.

8UPERTOR WELL-KEPT HOU8EHOLD FURNI-

TURE. WALNUÏWOOD COTTAGE PIANOFORTE by Bord, äse

To Parties Furnishing, Dealers, and Others.

BEAUCHAMP and Co. have recoived Instructions

from the proprietor to BELL hy AUCTION, at the above ad drees, on Monday, 18th March, at twelve

o'clock,

Comprising *

Drawlogrooui.

Handsomo tapestry carpet, and rug, fonder and

irons, gilt fíame pier glass, handsome drawing room suite In greon rep, engravings, vases, lustres, cornice polo and rep and lace curtalna, card tablo, walnutwood cottage planoforto'by Bord, occasional table, clock undor glass shade, loo table and cover, statuettes, WJX Sowers, coal vaso, music stool, antimacassars, orna- ments, &c.

Dlnlngroorn.

Kidderminster carpet, folding chairs, engravings,

dinner service, super, plated wiro, glassware, rocking-chairs, cuno arm cbalrs, table and cover, curtalna, blind, galvanlo battery, "Illus- trated London News " from I860 lo 1870, books, dish covers, cuttlery, marble timepiece.

Hall and Stairs,

Carpet and rods, passage oilcloth, mats, umbrella

Bland, filter, and basket.

Bedrooms.

Sup. half tester bedsteads and curtains, carpets,

mat, chest drawers, Scotch pattern, cabriole columns; hair mattreasos, palliasses, pillows, marble slab swing gins«, super, toilet tables, com- mode, boot raok, curtains, cbalrs, double and singlo wasbBtandB and ware, blankets, Bhoets and counterpanes, camphorwood wardrobe, towel rails, toilet tables, swing glasses.

Kitchen.

Meat-safe, tables, chaire, kitchen utensils.

Yard.

Fowls and dog house, and sundries.

Catalogues at the rooms of tho auctions) s.

No reserve.

_Terms-Cash._

MONDAY MAROH 25. At Twelve O'clock,

At tho Rooms, SS CoUins-strent East.

, MALVERN.

Cbarlesvillo,

Corner ol High-Street and Charlosvlllo-road,

On the Hill, Six and a-half Mlles from Melbourne.

Cars Bun from tho South Yarra Ballway Station

. noar the Property.

Roautifiil'y Situated

FAMILY RESIDENCE and 20 AORBS of LAND.

To Gentlemen Seeking a Comfortable Country Home

of Easy Access to Molbourno.

BEAUCHAMP and Co. havo been Instructed by

J. S H. Lydlard, Esq., in consequence of his leaving for England, to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 88 Collins streot ea9t, on Monday, 26th March, at twelve o'clock,

His property, situated al Malvern, and known ai

" Charles ville."

The house 1» substantially built of brick, with dressed bluestone foundations, verandah front and back, In a thorough slate of repair, containing

Drawingroom with bay windows, dlmngroom,

seven bedroom», schoolroom, stororeom, all good size, woll ventilated, and lofty ; pan- tries. Unen oloaot, and every convenience tor a large family.

An underground dalry and cellar, substanllallj

built in bluostoDO, perfectly dry and weU venti-

lated.

A large kltohon, fitted with patent range and hot-

water apparatus, and servants' room.

In the Yard Is

A capital coachbouie, man's and harness room,

three-still stable; greenhouse, and other re qulalte outbuildings ; a nover-falllng supply ol pure water in underground cemented tanks, with waterholes for catties.

The land Is laid out (IO aerea attached to the hnute let grass paddocks, orchard, florier and vegetable garden, trenchod and drained.

A fine 10-acre block of land opposite the corner o the property can be purchased or not as may be ds sired. (This block forms portion of the 28 acres.)

To intending purchasers further particulars at <h rooms of the auctioneers, where card» to view can b

obtained.

Terms very liberal,

Title perfect.

Deeds can bs leapected at the office of W. H Wrixon. Kag., 8 Collins-street east._

1 THIS DAY,

Crockery and Glassware.

Corner of Smith and Buoy Streets, Collingwood.

N KINSMAN has received Instructions to SELL b,

. AUCTION, on the premises, al above,

s Wearing sale of a general assortment of crookor; t and glassware.

Terms-cash.

i Sala at two O'clock, by N. Klnunan, auctioneer.

Balas by Attemera.

THI8 DAY.

At Eleven O'Oloek.

Burwood-toad, H< «thorn, Nearly Opposlto Town-halL

HOU8EH0LD FURNITURE, PIANO, Sec.

To Parties Furnishing and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions from Mrs. Beatty (who Is loavlng for the oountrj) to BELL by AUO HÖH, at her raitdeooe, Burwocd-road, Hawthorn, on Wednesday, 18th. March, at oleven o'clock,

Household furniture and cflccts,

OomprlBing

Walnut dranlngroom suite, do centre table, do

chiflonnlero, marble top, mirrored panels and back ; tapestry carpet, pier glasses Spanish mahogany sideboard, E.P. ware, china and glass

ware

COTTAGE PIANO

Halt-tester and other bedBteadi, mahogany ward-

robes, do and other cheats drawers, mahogany toilet table and swing tn'rror, waihstauds and ware, oilcloth.

The usual kitchen utensils

Capital milch cow, 2 fat pigs.

No reserve. Tonna-cuh. Catologues at rooms.

Goods on view day prior to sale.

The live stock will be offered at two p.m._

THIS DAY'

At Half-past Ten Sharp.

SODAWATER B0TTLE8.

Made by tho Melbourne Glass Bottle Works Company. To Sodawator Makers, Storekeepers, Shippers, and

Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions to BELL by AUCTION, st their rooms, 40 Oolllns-street west, on Wednesday, 13th March, at half patt ten o'clock sharp,

100 GROS8 SODAWATER BOTTLES,

Made by tho Molbourne GlassBottlo Works Com- pany, quantities ot which have been tested by Mr. P.G, Dixon, and had tho strongest pressure put on them without breaking.

______Terma at Bale._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

At Twelve O'clock.

MELR08E- COTTAGE,

BURNETT-STREET, ST. KILDA,

Opposite the Besidonce of P. Davia, Esq.

To New Arrivals, Investors from Qsld-fields, Capital-

ists, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Oo. hava rocolved In-

structions to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 19 Collins street west, on Thursday, 14th March, at twelve o'clock,

Melrose cottage, Burnett street, St. Kilda.

A very comfortable brick villa, slate roof, verandah, contains dining and drawing rooms, marble mantel- pieces and register grates, two bedrooms, kitchen, sorvante'-room, and outhouses. Tho land bas a frontage of 41ft. to Burnett-street by a depth of 123ft. to wide right-of-way at rear.

The neighbourhood is the choicest part of St. Kilda, stands high, within easy dutance of railway station and sea-bathing. Tho cottage faces the south, and commands a full view of the beautiful grounds of P. Davis, Ecq., let to a first-class tenant at 263. weekly.

Titlo under Torrens' Aot,

Terms liberal.

Cards to view at auctioneers' rooina

THURSDAY, MAROK 14.

At Twelve O'Oloek. For Positivo Sala. Without Reserve.

DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES.

Little Lonsdale-Stroot and Cardigan-Street, Carlton.

To Capitalists, Builders, Tradesmen, and Others.

GEMMELL. TUOKETT, and Co. have received in

cttuctions from N. O'Connor, Erq , and M. Daw- son, Esq., executors In the estate of the late Mr. William Devine, to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 49 Collins streot west, on Thursday, March 14, at twelve o'clock,

AU that piece or parcel rf land having a frontage

of 28ft. to Little Lonsdale street by a depth of 70/1., more or leas, to a rlght-of way, together with all the buildings erected tbereon.

This property Is most centrally situated between Elizabeth and Queen streets, and suitable for the oreo tton of a shop or dwelllBghouse.

Aleo,

AU that piece or parcel of land having a frontage

of C2lt, to Oarrilgan-Btreot by a depth along Earle Btreet of (,711t., more or less, to a rltrht-of way" 12ft. wide, together with the bnUdlngs

erected tbereon.

ThlB property is situated in tho best part of Cardi- gan and Karlo streots, and forms a capital site tor an hotel or shop.

Fer positive Bale.

For particulars of title apply to Mr. GlUot, solicitor, Town-hall buildings, Colllns-Btreet.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14,

At Eleven O'Olock.

CAPITAL WINEPRESS by T. ROBINSON and Co.

To Vignerons and Others.

/GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co have received In IT structlons to BELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 49 Collins-street west, on Thursday, March 14, at eleven o'clock,

Capital winepress, made by T. Robinson and Co. _Terms-Cash._

THURSDAY, MAROH 14.

At Twelve O'Olock.

VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY,

Iq Little Collins streot WoBt.

To Speculators, Investors, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions to BELL by AUCTION,at their rooms, 10 Collins-street west, on Thursday, March 14, at twelve o'c'ook,

Part of Allotment 2 of Section 16, Melbourne,

having 28fU frontage to Little Collins-street, by a depth of ,60ft, with right of way 16ft. wide, together with a commodious shop erected thereon, now lot at 12s per week.

Tho attention of investors is called to this valuable allotment, Bltuated In Little Collina street, between William and King stroots, and In close contiguity to Victorian Railways Station. -

_Term» at Bale._

THURSDAY, MAROH 14.

At Tarolve O'Olock.

For Absoluto Bale, by Order of the Mortgagees.

VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE

FREEHOLD PROPERTY,

Known as the Soho Foundry,

Franklln-streot, West Melbourne.

To Capitalists, Ironfounders, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions to SELL by AUOTION, at their rooms, 49 OolllnB-Btreet wost, on Thursday, March 14, at twelve o'clock, '

All that extensivo foundry, known as The Soho

Foundry, havlrg a frontage of 132ft. to Franklin street, by a depth of 120ft moro or less, on which Is erected a large brick building 60 x 30. brick shop, 21 x 86 ; large Iron shed, 40 x 60 ; dwelllnghouso containing four rooms, servant's room and kitchen; also wooden sheds on the same allotment as dwellinghouio; together with all the valuable plant, fixtures, and business machinery erected thereon.

This fine property ts for absolute Bale, on account of the mortgagees, and worthy the attontlon of capitalists or engineers.

For particulars of titlo app'y to Messrs, Trollope and Wllmoth, solicitors, Oolllns-Btroat

Terms Liberal.

THURSDAY, MAROH 14.

At Twelve O'Olock.

VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS of LAND at SAND-

RIDGE.

To Capitalists, Speculators, Builders, and Others.

QEMMKLL, TUOKETT, and Co have received In

structlonB to BELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 49 OoUIns-Btroet west, on Thursday, March 14, at tnolve o'clock,

A valuable block of land, comprising 4 acres, near

Grabam-atreet, Sandridge, either as a whole sr

bubdlvldcd.

Title perfect.

_Terms at Sale._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

At Eleven O'Olock.

80 DOZEN AMERICAN-PATTERN BROOMS.

To the Hardware Trade, Storekeepers, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions to SELL by AUOTIOX, at tholr rooms, 40 Collins-street west, on Thursday, 14th March, at oleren o'clock,

80 dozen brooms, American pattern,

_._Terms at Bale_

THURSDAY. MAROH 14.

At Eleven O'Olock.

0 FRAMES, Each 250 Sheetings, ROOFING FELT.

To Shlpchaod'er», Shipwrights, and Othora.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions to BELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 10 Collins-street west, oa Thursday, 14th March, at eleven o'clock,

0 frames, each 250 sheetings, of rooficg felt.

Io olose accounts,

_Terms-Cadi,_

THURSDAY, M ABO H 14. ' At Eleven O'clock.

100 Dozen American Palls.

60 Nests Do Tubs.

7 Oases Do Brooms.

6 Do Anglo-Amerlcin Do.

To the Hardware Trade, Storekeepers, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUCKETT, and On. have received In

structlons to 8ELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 40 Colllna-stroet weat, on Thursday, 14th March, at elevon o'clock,

100 dozen American palls

60 neets do tubs (each eight) 7 cases do brooms

0 do Anglo-Americtn brooms,

_Terms at Sato:_

FRIDAY, MARCH 15.

At One O'Olock.

70 Klcholson-Btreet, Fitzroy. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

COTTAGE PIANO, by CADBY.

To Parties Furnishing and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions from Dr. Strutt to BELL by AUC- TION, at his residence, 70 Nlcholson-atreet, Fl'zroy, on Friday 16th lnst., at one o'clock,

His superior household furniture and effects.

Drawing-room.

Walnut snlte In green corded rep, walnut Suther-

land, card, and work tables, walnut chiffon- nière (mirrored panels and back), marble-top ; walnut canterbury, down cushions, rich rep and lace curtain», corntoes, velvet-pile carpet, An- dora woel mat, bright steel fender and i»ns, pier ela«, coal waggon, vases

TRICHORD ROSEWOOD PIANO, by CADBY.

Dlnlngroom.

Dining; suite In green cloth, mahogany telescope

loo table, mahogany sideboard, bookcase, chif- fonnière, corded rep and lace curtains, folding bed-chair, Brussels carpet, fender and irons, electro-plato-crystal, china, cutlery, (Vc.

Hall and Stairs.

Oilcloth, Brussels stair carpet, mata, &c

Bedrooms.

Brass and Iron bedsteads, bedroom suite-, and

bedding

Kitchen furniture and utensil», &c.

Terms-cash, i No reserve.

Catalogues at auctioneers' room». On view day prior to «al».

- Bales D7 Atietloni

MONDa7, MARCH IB.

At Eleven, O'clock.

Yarra Orange, Grosvenor Estate.

ELEGANT FAMILY RESIDENCE,

Of 15 Rooms

Togf trier with the

Valuable Household Furniture and Effects,

Paintings, Btatuettea, Bronzes, Engravings ¿co.

To New Arrivals, and all Requiring Really First-class

Furniture.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received In-

structions from Mr. James Smith (»ho Is changing his residence) to SELL by AUC CION, on the premisos, Yarra Grange, Grosvonor Estate, fronting Studley park, on Monday, 18th lnst, at eleven o'clock.

His admirably designed and substantially built

FAMILY RESIDENCE,

erected from the plans of the owner, and con- taining drawing and dining rooms, library, Pom pelan ball SOfc square, five bed'ooms, two bath rooms, kitchen, dalry, cellar, atore oloaets and out-offices, standing on nearly two acres and a half of nround, with two fountains, vinery lawn, shrubbery, orchard, paddock, &a.

Also,

The choice and elegant

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,

Comprising

Costly library suite in antique carved oak, oil

paintings and water-coioqr drawings by

Von Guerard, Chevalier, Buvelot, Davis, and Others;

Eroof and other engravings, Parian statuettes,

ronzea, china, glass, porcelain, ¿co

Dining and drawing room and bedroom and hall

suites, piano Bolected by SIgnor Outolo.

Title of property under Real Property Act.

Terms easy.

Cataloguée In course of preparation._

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20.

Preliminary Notice At Eleven O'clock.

Tolarno, Corner of Toorak road and Wallace-street,

Elegant, Nearly New, and most Carefully-selected

English-made

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS,

From one of the most

Celebrated Manufacturers In London,

HORSES, CARRIAGE &c.

To New Arrivals, Riverine Squatters, People of Taste,

and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co. have received in-

structions from N. Harris, Ksq (who returns to England by March mail), to SELL by AUCTION (unless previously disposed of privately in one lot), on the premtsoB, Tolarno, corner of Toorak-road and Wallace-street, en Wednesday, 20th March, at eleven

o'clock,

All his exceedingly handsome and beautlfully-kept

LONDON-MADE FURNITURE, made expressly to his own order,

Comprising

Walnut drawlngroom Butte, In rich Bilk damask

Superb piano hy Erard, with all tho latest Im-

provement»

Richly inlaid walnut and ormolu mounted

chiffonnière

Very elegant Parisian ottomans and, ooca^on,»,!

chairs

Beautiful pier glasses, chrot&oa, coloured photos. Flnott quality Brussels Carpets and rugs Elaborately embroidered lace curtains

Magnificent dlnlngroom sulto, In mahogany and

Ku'sia morocco-newest fashion, unique, and

massive

Voy handsome mahogany sideboard, with

cellaret, &c.

Patent extension dining-table of finest mahogany

Bookcase and dessert stand combined

Sterling allvor and E P. ware in great variety' Finest quality cut and ongravod crystal ware

Artistically-painted dossert, dinner, and china

ware .

First-class brass and enamelled bedsteads and

bedding

Marble-topped toilet tables and washstands.

Also,

Very elegant and commodious landau, by Braillard

and Moreau, Rue St. Honors, Parla, for either one er two horse».

Fair of woll-matched and handsome carriage

horses

Sets of single and doub'o harness, ko. Catalogues In preparation.

No reserve.

Terms-cash. N.B -The bouso to let.

The auctioneers are Instructed to make a considera- ble concession to a purchaser of the whole, and as the house has been furnished with great taste, an oppor- tunity soldom occurring. Is afforded a family deBlrous of purchasing the entire lot._

8ATURDAY, MARCH 23.

At Two O'OIook.

ELIZABETH HOUSE, LYGON-STREET,

CARLTON.

Nearly Opposite St. Jude'a Church.

To Capitalists, Instructors of Youth, and Others.

GEMMELL, TUOKETT, and Co have received in-

structions from Mr. J. R. Francis to SELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 40 Collins-street west, on Baturday, 23rd March, at two o'clock,

Nearly-new and faithfully-built two story brick

house, on doop bluestone fonndatlona slate roof, verandah in front, standing on land having a frontage of 88ft to Lygon ktreot by an Irregular depth of 70ft. to 84ft., running into Nell-Btreet The house contains front parlour with marble mantelpiece, register grate, and three-light gaealler; dlnlngroom, with built-in cupboard and glass front bookcaee and handsome gaealler, shelved pantry; kitchen, with Leamington rango, &c , droBser with enclosed cupboards; servants' room, &c ; bathroom with plunge and shower, laundry with built In copper, dry collar and out houBOB ; large schoolroom, 84(t. long, opening on Lygon street Upstairs, handaomo drawlngroom, gasalier and register grate; four comfortable bedrooms, linen closet ; gas, water, and bells throughout the house.

Could be readily let for £130 per annum.

Terms at ealo.

Tltlo under Torrens'a Act.

Also,

A quantity oi useful schoolroom and household

furniture_

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27.

NAGAMBIE, on the GOULBURN.

To Capitalists, Vignorons, Farmora, Storekeepers,

Tradesmen, and Others.

Important Sa'o of

Tile Whole of that Valuable and Improved Property,

Consisting of 040 Acres, known as the GOULBURN VALLEY VINEYARD,

Beautifully eltuated on the Goulburn River, at the

Government Township of Nagambie, with a Mile Frontage to the Main Three-chain Wide Road, Sey- mour to Murchison, and Another Milo Frontage to a Boad One chain Wide, called the Punt-road, run- ning from the said Three-chain Road to the River.

The Position of this Block la Unrquallod for tbe

General Purposes of BuslnoBB, Wlne-maklng, and Farming ; and from the Mannor of its Subdivision into Vineyards, Farms, and Township Allotments, Is Finely Adapted to Suit all Classes, whether Looking tor Immedlato or for Permanent Investment.

Tbla ia Admittedly tho Most Rising Township on the

Bocctaworth-road, and Is Destined, by Reason of the Groat Natural Wealth of the Dlstrlot, Particularly Ita Deserved Eminence tor Wheat and Vino Growing, and Proximity to the North Eastern Railway, to Become One of tho Moat Important Townanlos in tho Colony.

A LFREDBLI3S has been favoured with instructions

¿JL from Mr. James Swifr, the liquidator of the Goulburn Valley Vineyard Association (Limited) to SELL by AUCTION, at Nagambie, on Wodnoaday, the 27th day of March, at twelve o'clock,

The whole of that valuable estate known as the

Goulburn Valley Vineyard, subdivided Into 61 lots, as follows:

Lots 1 to 12 are 12 building allotments, each 3

roods 8 porches, having 60ft frontage to main road by 628ft., with road lu rear. *

Lot l8, a building lot having 99ft. frontage to

main road by 528ft, with road In rear, contain- ing 1 acre 82 porches.

Lots 14 to 83 are 20 building allotments, each con

ttinlnrrone acre, having frontage of 82ft Gin. by 628ft., with road In the rear.

Lots 84 to 49 are 16 five-acre vineyard lots. Lot 60, l8 acres grass land.

Lots 51 to 56 aro fire lots, each 20 acres grass land Lots CO and 67 are 40 acre lots. Lot 58, 41 acres grass land.

Lot 50 is 78 »cres, of which 20 acres aro vineyard,

the rest grata land and improvements.

Lot 60 contains 66 acroe, nearly all oloarod and

cultivated.

Lot 01, the Home Block, containing nearly 185

acres, splendid garden and vineyard.

The ground consists of gentle undulations, and throughout the whole 640 acron la a good chocolate aoll of great depth, and waa the first selected land in tho district, and ia justly conaldered one of the beat blocks of land in the colony.

8prlng water can be obtained In any part by a mode rate depth of sinking. The timber la mostly box. AU the land Is well grassed.

A plan is ready for delivery, showing the entire Bub division of the estate, and containing a full description thereof, and can bo had on application to the auc- tioneer, or Mr. James Swift, the liquidator, 19 Com- mercial-chambers, 90 CoUlnE-Mreot east, Melbourne.

The whole estate Is for absolute sale, to wind up the

company.

The title to all the lots will be Beal Property certi-

ficate.

The terms-one fourth cash, bahnce by bills-one fourth at 12 months, and the remaining half at two years, bearing 8 por cant Interest

Sale takes place at Nagambie, on the Goulburn, 17 miles beyond Seymour, 0 miles from Avenel, and 12 miles from Murchison, at twelve o'clock, March 27. Luncheon provided._

THIS DAY.

At One O'clock. Sale of Superior and Woll kept

Household Furniture, Groceries, Fancy Goods, &C, Removed for Convenience of Sale.

To Grocers, Hawkers, Parties Famishing, Brokers,

and Others.

JF. ARNOLD will BELL by AUCTION, at his rooms,

. 06 Elgln-stroet, Oarlton, Wednesday, 18th lnst., at one p m,

Superior furniture, consisting of loo and other

tables, hair-seated and other chairs, counter, a quantity of sundry furniture ; also, groceries, bacon, cheese, pickles, the usual stock of a §rocer; also, fanoy goods, stationery, ad sun _ríes. No Reserve. Terms-Cash._

FRIDAY, MARCH 15.

At Two O'clock. On the Property,

2 HANDSOME BRICK BUSINES3 PREMISES,

Vlotorla-parade,

Opposite Powlett-streat For Compulsory Sale,

In Conaeequence ot a Dispute Between the Owner of

the Freehold and the Contractor of the Buildings.

An Important and Commanding Oorner.

The Centre of the Largest Population In Victoria.

Title Guaranteed Perfect

KNIFE. GEORGE, aro authorised to BELL by

AUCTION, as above.

Freehold properly, comprising a large corner

block of Victoria-parade and Rokeby street, upon which are erected substantial brick build ings, comprising two shops and dwolllngs, built , In order that they may be adapted for one large ! hotel or separate business premises.

The co-it of completing the same would be trifling | compared with tbe large rent-roll tbey would Imme mediately produce, .

I Further particulars obtainable at the auctioneers'

property exchange, St Bouike-strtet eist.

Bales by Auction

THIS DAY. i S , To Wine and Spirit Merchant», Wholesale Grocers,

Country Storekeeper*, and Others.

1165 GASKtl BOTTLED ALE and"STOUT.

To Close Accounts.

For Positive Unreserved Sale.

At tho Stores of Messrs. Francis and «'Pherson.

Immediately Following tbo Salo at the Warronholp

Company's Stores In the Ad j >inlnz Premises.

COHEN and On. aro Instructed to SELL by AUC-

TION, at the stores of Messrs. Francis and M'Pheraon. Kln^-strcet south, on Wodnes lay, March l8, at about twclvo o'clock (Immediately following the sale of the etook, &c, of the Warrenheip Distillery Company),

475 casks, each 4 dozen, Younger'» bottled ale 811 do, do. do stout

170 do Allropp's pale als 209 do Devenlsb's do do.

Terms at sale.

Tbo trado and buyors generally are requested to note this sale, as the wholo will positively go to the highest bidder.

_To Close Accounts._

THIS DAY.

To Wine and Spirit Merchants, Wholesale Grocers,

Distillera, Shlppors, and Othors.

The ENTIRE STOCK of tho WARRENHEIP DIS-

TILLERY COMPANY,

At the WARRENHEIP COMPANY'S STORE8,

26 KING-STREET.

Under Instructions from the Llqu'dators. IS 500 Gallons WHISKEY, 7 to 10 O.P.

10,600 Do GENEVA, Proof. 200 Do BPIRITS of WINE,

261 Cases WHISKEY.

COHEN and Co. are instructed by the liquidators

to BELL by AUCTION, at the company's stores, No. 26 King street south, .on Wednesday, March l8, at eleven o'clock preclsoly,

The entire stock of the Warrenheip Distillery

Company as above.

Also,

About 230 gallons spirits, duty paid

A quantity of empty puncheons, hhds , and

quarter-casks . Office furniture, safes, &c.

Terms at Sale. THIS DAY.

At the COMPANY'S STORES, 26 KING-STREET.

To Manufacturers, DlstUlers, Brewer», Speculator»,

Inveetoris and Other».

WARRENHEIP DISTILLERY,

And the Whole of the

MAOHINERY, PLANT, STOCK, UTEN3IL8, &o.

Under Instructions from tho Liquidators.

COHEN and Co, are instructed by the liquidators

to SELL by AUCTION, at tho stores of the com- pany, No. 26 King street south, immediately following tho sale of spirits, &c, on Wednesday, March 13, at twelve o'clock precisely,

The whole of that very valuable and splendid

property, known as the

Warrenheip Distillery, with about 160 acres of

first-class land, viz :

. All th« (leebold land at Warrenheip, consisting ol

about 160 »cres of rich agricultural land, se- curely fenced with a four rall fence, on which is erected the extensive three storied distillery, built of bluestone, extending In length lu the form of threo aides of a square, having a frontage of 200ft. slate roof, and tlmhored throughout with best Baltic timber, with all tbe various necessary buildings (erected and Qolshed at a cost of upwards of £19,000), manager's and excise officer's quarters, workmen's cottages, togetbor with all the plant, machinery, and utensils, ia , as It now stands for working the distillery, viz: 6000 bushels rye S tons juniper îô.hbds. peat

620 Coïo'S firewood

7 platform Beale* apel weights

1000 empty hhds, puncheons, and qr-dwk»,

syphons, corking machines, j «ck and wheel- barrows, malt screens, do Bhovels, blocks and tackle, crabwlncb, hop boiler, branding Iron», office furniture, ¿te.

The attention of public companies, capitalists, and others Is requested to this most Important sale, the property being well adapted for any description of manufactory, or for a browory with distillery com-

bined.

Full particulars osn be obtained at the rooms of the auctioneers, where plans, specifications, &c-. can bs

Boen.

Catalogues are now ready, and can bo had at tho rooms of the auctioneers.

_Terms, exceedingly Liberal, at Sale._

THIS DAY.

At tho Warronholp Company's Stores, 28 King street

South.

Immediately After the Sale of Spirit», &c

A LARGE ASSORTMENT of SUNDRIES.

Scales, Vata TruckB, Empty Casks, Measures, ¿te.

Office Furniture, I.R Hoso, Taps, &c.

C 10nEN and Co. are Instructed by the liquidators to

y SELL by AUCTION, on the premisos, 26 King street south (immediately following ihe sale of spirits, Ac), this day, at abtut half-past eleven o'clock,

To clear out tbo premises,

The following largo assortment of sundries, ¿te.,

Viz. :-4 large vata(2S00gaL oacb), bottling tubs, do ware, empty casks, atllllons, patent hoist, stencil plates, set scales (20owt ), trucks, bottling and corking machines, mull Beales, brass taps

copper pumps, syphonB, I.R. hose, copper mea- sures, animal charcoal, hand truck, crates, cases, empty bag«, bar iron, Bhow tables, Bkids, quartering, &c.

Also,

All the office furniture, comprising offico desks,

tablea, chairs, and stools, copying press and table, carpets, mats, lamps, mahogany tablo, ka.

No reserve.

_Terms at Sale._

FRIDAY, MARCH 15.

To Professors cf Music, Muslcsellors, Private Buyers

and Others.

TWENTY-FIVE MAGNIFICENT PIANOFORTES,

Just Landed.

Ex s.S. Northumberland and Star of Peace.

In Splendid Order.and Condition.

For POSITIVE UNRESERVED SALE

COHEN and Co. bave received Instructions from

the Importers to BELL by AUCTION, at their rooms, 11 Collins street west, on Friday, March 16, at eleven o'clock precliely,

26 superb pianofortes, as follows, viz :

2 splendid coltago pianofortes, by ERARD, full

compass and trichord, with all modern im

Írovemonts

o do, by H0PKIN8ON, in walnut, full compass, trichord throughout, &c.

2 walnut grand cottage pianofortes, by BREIT

KOPF and HARTEL, 7 octaves, trichord and oblique, elegant carved trusses, ¿to.

4 walnut and rosowood grand cottage pianofortes,

by SOHWEOHTEN, 7 octavea, trichord, ologant carved trusses, full compass, and all most modern Improvements, &o.

2 walnut and rosewood cottsge pianofortes, by

PLSYEL 7 octaves, with all the most modern improvements.

2 walnut and rosewood cottage pianofortes, by

COLLARD and COLLARD, full compass, and all latest Improvements.

2 walnut and rosewood eottigo pianofortes, by

AUOHER FRERES, full compasa trichord, ¿se. 4 do do, by BORD, very superior instruments,

with all tbo latest improvements.

2 do do, Piccolos, very superior Bmall cottage In-

strumenta, sultablo for the Interior.

8 walnut cottage planofortos, by CRAMER, full

compass, and all modern Improvements.

Term.-An approved bill at throe months' for each

Instrument.

Note.-The auctioneers desire to oall particular at- tention to this tale of roally euperb Instruments, they being about the very best assortment of first-class pianofortes ever offered before in Holbourne tor pu olio competition, and can be viewed at our rooms on Thursday next, the day prior to Bale,_

THIS DAY.

Royal Horse Bazaar.

To Capitalista, Grazlers, Farmers, and Others,

Sale of tho Whole of Mr. Hugh Rourke's Farming

and Hotel Properties.

««.CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co., Instructed as JjJL above, will SELL, at the Royal Horse Bazaar, on Wednesday, March 13 at twolvo o'clook,

The undermentioned valuable properties :

Lot 1. 887 acres of rich alluvial land, situate en

the Dandenong Creek, 16 miles from Mel lourne, substantially fenced, and subdivided into eight paddocks, about 80 acres laid with English grasses ; dwellinghouae thereon of nine rooms, with all necessary outofllcas

This lot Is admirably adapted for a stud farm.

Lot 2. The Brushy Creek Hotel, and about 168

acies of first-class land, situated on the road to Lillydale, about 20 miles from Melbourne. The hotel contains nine rooms, Bpaolous bar, kltohen, and stables, ii In a thorough state of ropalr, and let to a good tenant. The land Is fenced and subdivided into five paddocks, part cultivated, with barn and otber farm buildings, also a butchor's and blacksmith's »hop.

Lot 3 An adjoining lot of 90 acres of fine gras»

land, substantially fenced and adapted tor a

vineyard

Lot 4 Fifty-four acres of dcop black soil on tho

River Yarra, near Healesville, facing the Wood's Point Bead, well enclosed and subdivided, now let to a respectable tenant.

Other particulars apply Mr. H. Rourke, or to tho

auctioneers.

Title guaranteed.

Terms-One-fourth cash ; balance by bills at 9, l8, and 24 months, boating 8 por cent, interest.

8ale at the Royal Horse Bazaar, Wednesday, March l8_,_

THIS DAY.

Royal Horse Bazaar.

60 Head Upstanding Well-bred Horses, Broken to

i Saddle and Harness.

M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co. bave received

instructions from Donald M'Konzlo. Esq., Wagga Wagga, to BELL by AUCTION, on Wednesday,

18th March, at ono o'clock,

60 head upstanding well-bred horses, broken to

saddle and harness.

_No Reserve._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

Royal Horse Bazaar.

To Contractors and Others.

McCULLOCH, CAMPBELL, and Co are instructed

by Messrs. Young and McGuigan to SELL by AUCTION, on Thursday, at twelve o'clock,

2 staunch draught horses. Tip drays, and harness. No Reserve.

NEAR SEYMOUR.

ALTERATION of DAY of BALE to

THURSDAY. MARCH 11.

At NORTHWOOD.

Late Boyd's Pre-emptive,

M'CULLOCH, CAMPBELL and Co, are Instructed

by Mr. George Gillespie to BELL by AUCTION, at Northwood, four miles from Seymour, on Thursday, Much 11, at eleven o'clock,

Tbe whole of his superior dalry cattle, com-

prising

85 head quiet fat cows and steers

SO bead store cowa 20 head springers

6 head cows in full milk 10 bead quiet calves

2 heavy draught boree«

2 saddle and harness horses 1 dray and barnes*.

. The above ttock are young r¡ dillon, and will be positive!/" > Mr. Gillespie having let Ihr/'

Hales by Auotton,

THI- D tY.

On the Ground.

Carlton.

To Persons in Search of Building: Allotments and

Others

C,T. and T. HAM have received Instructions from

. Mr. P R. Taylor, late of the Loughrea Hotel, to 8KLL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Mio ground, oa Wednesday, 13th inst, at twelve o'clock,

Lot 1

All that piece of land having a frontage of 28ft.

61n. to

Macarthur-placo,

by a depth of Gilt Gin. along a right ot-way 9ft. wide, on which Is «reatad a aubstantlally.bullt turco roomed brick cottage.

Lot 2.

All that ol her piece of land having a frontage of

28It- Gin. to

Macarthur place,

by a depth of 55ft. Gin aloug a right of way 9ft.

wide.

The above pieces of land form part of Crown allot ment 7 ot section <9_

SATURDAY, MAROU 16.

Richmond \

On the Ground, .at Two O'clock.

To Clerks, Tradesmen, Iuvestors, Cabmen, and Others, CJ. and T. HAM bave been Instructed by tha

, owner, Mr, "Robert Elder (who Is leaving for England) to BBLL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the ground, on Saturday, March 10, at two o'clock,

Lot 1.

AU that piece of land, having a frontago of 25ft.

to Catherine-street, off Otmrçh-streot, Dv * doPtb of 90ft, Oh which is erected* sübstáü".1.55. Vfoll finished weatherboard cottage, slated roof, containing four rooms, with stable, shod, {co,,

and known as Woodland-cottage.

Lot 2

Pleasant villa, containing four rooms, slated roof,

and plastorod throughout, erected on land having n frontage to Cathorlne-atroot, off Church-etroet, of 17ft, by 26ft, at the rear, with a depth of 00ft

Lot 3.

Bluestone cottigo of four rooms, erected on land

with a frontage of 27ft. to Mary-etreot, off Swan-atreet, Richmond, by a depth of 70ft.

Lot 4.

Shamrock street, off Church-street.

Three roomed weatherboard cottage, with wash-

house, stable, &c, Land, 33ft. frontago by 60ft,

deep.

Lots

Two-roomed weatherboard cottage adjoining the

above. Land 24ft. by fiOIt

Tho auctioneers would call attention to the above properties as affndlng a flrBt class opportunity of securing a comfortable home, or a good Investment.

THURSDAY, MARCH 28

At Throe O'clock.

On the Ground, Punt-road, Richmond, near Brldgo

road.

Valuable Freehold Property and Superior Building

Bites, Situate In Punt-road, Richmond, opposite Richmond-park.

To be Sold by Public Auction, Pursuant to an Order of

the Suprome Court. Made In the Matter of the Real Property Statute 1804, and in the Matter of the Petition o! Mr, and Mrs. Strods.

CJ. and T. BAM are inttrucled (with tho approba

. lion of frederick Wilkinson, E'q , Master in Equity of tbo Bupremo Court) to BELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thursday, March 28, at three o'clock,

The well-known

JA8MIN PROPERTY,

, being Allotments 4 6,6 and 7 of Buburban Sec-

tion No 21. parish of Jika Jika, county of Bourke, containing two acres, more or less, having a frontage of about 826lt, 41n. to the Punt-road, and 269ft to Sherwood-stroet, on which aro erected one 11-roomed, one eight rpomed, two six-roomed, and two four roomed wooden cottage!.

This property Is situate opposite the Government Reserve and Richmond-park and Is In close proximity to the city of Molbourne, and forms a valuable site for the erection of mansions, terraces, or villas.

The property will bo first submitted in one lot, but should a satisfactory offer not be made, it will be sold in 17 lois, as shown on the plan of subdivision now on

view at the rooms of the auctioneers

Terms will be disclosed in a futuro advertisement.

The premises may bo viewod on application to Mr. Strode, who resides upon portion of the property.

Particulars and conditlone of Bale may b > obtained on application at tho office of tho Master in Equity, Queen-atrcet Melbourne; Mess». Bennett and Atten borougb, 107 COIIIOB Btreet west ; and of the auc tloneera. Bwauaton-atreet._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14. At Cole's Bonded Stores.

Ex Adella Carleton and Sunny Reglona.

247 Packages Choice AROMATIC! TOBAOOOES.

Llght-preesed Founds, Navy Fours, Fives, Slxe»,

Pccketpleces, Three-ply Twist, ¡co.

To Tobacconists, Morchants, O rocera, Storekeopera,

and Othora.

FRABER and Co. have received Instructions from

the importors, Messrs. Bright Bro', and Co., to SELL by AUOTION, at Cole's Bond, on Thunday, 14th March, at twelve o'clock,

The following shipments of primo TOBAO0OKS.

Ex Adolia Carloton. 247 pact agea

I'll Try This Alone three ply twist Templar light-pressed pounds Magnolia navy fours, fiyea

My Darling and Katawba pookotploces King of All navy sixes ' Belle Brsndon tens.

Two Worlds tens.

Ex Sunny Regions, Pineapple tena

Two Worlda tens.

Fnll particulars prior to aale.

_Terms at Bale._

THURbDAY, MARCH 14.

The ENTIRE CARGO of the MARIE,

From MAURITIUS,

Consisting of

7800 BAOS MAURITIUS SUGAR.

FRASER and Co, havo received instructions from

the importers, Mosers. Joshua Brothers, to BELL by AUCTION, at tbelr rooms, on Thursday, 11th March, at half-past eleven o'clock,

The entire cargo ef the Marlo,

From Mauritius,

Consisting of

7800 baga MAURITIUS SUGAR. Samples on view at our rooms.

_Terms at Sale._

THURSDAY, MARCH 14.

At the Victoria Bond.

Ex

86 Packages Samson HaU-pounds and Pounds Tobacco.

To Tobacco Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers, and

Others.

FRASER and Co. have recelvod instructions from

the Importers, Mesara. O. Martin and Co., to BELL by AUCTION, at tho Victoria Bond, on Thursday, 14th March, at twelve o'clock.

Ex-,

24 half boxes Simson pounds tobacco 12 caaes do, ball-pounds.

_Terme at Solo_

FRIDAY, MARCH 16.

Preliminary Notice.

IMPORTANT SALE of Valuablo BONDED GOODS. In the Estate of Messrs. DAVID MASTERTON and Co.

li; Order of tho Trustees,

Miesrb. Ljell and Gowan,

TEAS,

WINES and SPIRITS, OILMEN'S 8TORE8, TOBACCO KSa, &o.

To Merchants, Shippers, Tobacco Merchants, Grocers,

Storekeepers, and Otbers.

FRASER and Co. havo received instructions from

Mesare. Ljoll and Gowau, trustees in the abovo estate, to SELL by AUCTION, on Friday, the 15th inst, at half past eleven o'clock,

The whole of the

Extensivo and valuable stock of bonded goods in

the aboto estate,

Comprising Teas (congou and fancy) Wlnca and spirits Oilmen's stores Groceries

Tobacco», &c.

Further particulars in future issue.

_Terms at Sale._

TUESDAY, MARCH 19.

Marblo Mantelpieces,

lix Tbormopylic.

69 CASKS BLACK Bna WHITE MARBLE MANTEL-

PIECE?.

To Contractors, Builder«, and Others,

FRASER end Co. have recelvod instruction« from

the importera t» SELL by AUOTION, at their upper rooms, on Tuesday, 10th March, at half-past

eleven o'clock,

Ex Tnormopyte, 69 cases marble mantelpieces.

Consisting- of I Belgian black

White marble, circular fronts.

One of the finest and most costly shipments ever

Imported.

_ Term» at Salo._

FRIDAY, MARCH 15.

Ex Rurlk.

22,760 Pieces Bed Baltic Deals. «

Battens and Boards.

CS. ROBS and Co. are instructed 'by Mesara. G.

. Arnold and Co to BELL by AUOTION, at tho Australian Wharf, on Friday, March 15, at elevan

e'clcck.

Ex Rurlk,

716 plecea 11 x 3 red Baltic deals £340do9x3dodo

4835 do 8 x 8 do battens 27 do 7 x8 do do

1820 do 9 x 2J do do 1263 do 8 x 21 do do 0864 do 7 x 25 do do

1883 do 6 x 2$ do do

105 do 9 x It do boards 725 do 8 x I» do do 619 do 7 x 11 do do 682 do 6 x 1 do do.

_Terms at Bale._.

FRIDAY, MARCH 15.

At Eleven O'clock Sharp.

At the Jolimont Bhed, Hobson's Bay Raliway.

Ex Theophane and Calcutta,

220 Bárrela Best London Portland Cement.

CS. ROBS and Co. aro instructed by Messrs.

. Beckwith Bros, to SELL by AUCTION, at the Jolimont Bhed, Hobson'a Bay Ballway, on Friday, March 16, at eleven o'clock sharp.

Ex Theophane and Calcutta,

220 barrels beat London Portland cement.

_Term» at Sale._.

PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT.

Valuable Freehold Estate.

Fulham Pre-emptive Section,

Gipps Land.

Under Instructions from the Master In Equity.

TH. LEMPRIKRB and Co. will OFFER for SALE,

. st their rooms, 86 Colllna-street west, at an early

date.

The Fulham pre-emptive section, situate near

Sale, in Gipps Land, consisting of 640 acres of splendid land with homostoad

FuU partlculara will appear In a future advertise- ment, and in tho meantime Intonding purchasers cut apply for farther Information to Allport and Barrett, solicitor*, 60 Chancery-lane, Melbourne; or T. H. Lsmprtere and Co., ta OoUins-etreot weet, Molbourne.

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