Basura and bodging.
i T Miss Maaterson'e, 31 Prince s-Btreot, Fitzroy,
prlvato BOARD and RESIDENCE tor gontle»
onlv Baths, latohkav t men only Baths, latchkey
AT 46 Franklin etreet, near Queen street, a select
comfortablo HOME for respectable steady trades;
»en, 10a. week_I AT Clarence-TiUa, Murphy street, South Yarrai
Bnperlor BOARD and RESIDENCE, gentlemen or lamlHes. Terms moderate_
T 29 Prince s-Btroot, Fitzroy, private, SITTING ROOM, three bedrooms, married couple, three gentlemen No other boarders.
T 67 Goro-Btreot, Fitzroy, largo front BEDROOM
for a gentloman, or two frlonds. Piano and bath
AT 22 George street. Fitzroy, prlvato BOARD and
_RESIDENCE, no children_
ALBERT PARK -At 17 Sorvlco-croscont, superior
BOARD and RESIDENCE for singlo men or married couples.
LBERTPARK STATION-Comfortablo BOARD
and RESIDENCE, near boich. Balcony, bod rooms overlooking bay 37 Bridport-street weet
LBERT PARK 66 Brldport-Btreot West-Fur
nlahed 8ITTINGR00M and two bodrooms, with beard family or gentlemen_
CCOMMODATION for two young men (friends)
board optional l8 Cobden street, noar Most Marker_
A Comfortablo turniibcd front ROOM, suitable for
two friends Terms reasonable. 25 Peel street, Hotham_
A Comfortable ROOM to LET No other lodger
Widow Mrs. Thompson, 2 Everton terraco, Simpson street. East Melbourne_
A Furnished BEDROOM for a singlo gentloman or
two friends 105 Fllndors-iano east, ucar the Treasury_
Furnished BEDROOM for mon 4s. wookly, evory
convenience. 41 Franklin street wr-at, closo EUzabe h Btroct, _
A Furnished BLDROOM to LET singlo man, 5a
week Apply Mrs. Thomson, 69 Flinders st E
BALACLAVA.-Pleasant RESIDENCE, closo to
station, vacancy ono gentleman Lards, O J Jerry, 23 Market streot_
RISBANB, Queensland -Visitera will And tho
best ACCOMMODATION In the colony at Mount Pleasant Kangaroo-point._
BOARD and RESIDENCE threo gentlemen
Terms 183. weokly 00 Moray Btrcot, near
Jorcas street. Emerald hill_
BOARD and RESIDENCE for two gentlemon in
private family No other boarders. Cards at Charlwood B Bourke-street._ BEDROOM, largo front room, pleasantly s tuato 1
suitable for two, without board Bath 101 Flinders street cast_ g lARLTON, 88A Ljgon-Btreot -Largo well furnished \j BEDROOM and Sittingroom Piano, bath, uso of kitchen Prlvato family_
CARLTON - Comfortable BOARD and EE3lOt.N Jk,
for gentloman Bath, piano 20s wookly 2 Lydia-houBcs Drummond Btreot_ CARLTON 091 Taraday Btrcot-Two front ROOMS
furnished, uso of kitchen Batta, gas No other boarders._ plARLTON -To LET, two furniohod front ROOMS _> balcor.), batb, with uso of kitchen lb9 Car digan street_
CHARLTON -rront furniBhod ROOM, near to in,
/ 5s., Buit gontlcman. 0 Victoria terrace, Cudi gan Btreot, near Qucenaberry streot_ COMFORTABLE furnished BEDROOMS, 5s. aud
6s weekly Private entrance Devon and Cornwall Hotel, Little Latrobo-streot_
OMFOBTABLE BOARD and RESIDENCE, lui week No 2 Peel street, first door from Victoria Street, Hotham_
COMFORTABLE BOARD and RESIDENCE offer d
s-'tablo (cr two Mends Horbury Villa, 1 unt
hill, South v._ra _ _
COMFORTABLE HOME offered lady requiring im
provomont in education Apply Heckle, 09 Vic tcrla-ptrado, near Brunswick street_ COMFORTABLE BOARD and RESIDENCE, or f ir
nisbed apartments Fembroko-houao, 10S W11 Ham Btrcet, West Melbourno_
COMFORTABLY tURNlSHED BLDROOMS is
per week Prlvato entrance Otago Hotol, Pelham street off Bouverie street Carlton_ EAST MELBOURNE.-Superior APARTMENT»,
partial board, in email priv vto family Pleasant BJtuatlop Cards Qordon and Qotch_
AST MELBOURNE near Fitzroy gardons - BOARD and RESIDENCE, prlvato family Cards, Gordon and Gotch s Collins-street._
EAST MELBOURNE, near 1 it?roy ¡.ordons - Vory
superior ACCOMMODATION eau be git en to ono gentleman. 8 George atreot_ EVERY comfort of HOME scptrato room, lbs.,
washing included 20 Palmer-Btrcot, Fitzroy, off Nicholson Btreot Baths piano_
EVANSandCo South Yarra-Comfortable BOARD
and LODGING tor singlo gentleman, closo to Btation_ FAMILLE Frannaiso recevrait uu Monsieur, <
PENSIONAIltF, occasion oxcoptlonollo pour (
verser en Fion.iis. F Fontainebleau, Gordon and Gotch_ FRONT FurniBhod BLDROOM ond Slttingroo n,
use of kitchen, bath, and gas 27 Drummond
street near Victoria Btreot.
UHNISBLD APARTMENTS Gas, bath, piano
Strictly moderato No S Goro-terraco, Lygon street Carlton_ FURNIBHED ROOMS and Beds for respectable per
sons, Comfortablo accommodation Torres reason
able Mrs. Birt 86. Lonadalo-Btrcct west _
Lonrdale-Btrcot v. cat_
FURNIBHED front ROOM and Bedroom uso
kitchen. 20 Tyne-Bt, above Faraday st, Carlton FURNISHED ROOMS, with fireplaces. Board op-
tional C4 Young st., noxt Derby notel, Fitzroy FURNISHED APARTMLNTS, with or without
Board 0 William at, South Yarra, noar etatimi GENTLEMAN requires Partial BOARD and HS41
DENCE, in East Molbourno Address F B, Board and Lodging Agoncy 85 Collins Btrcet east
GENTLEMEN and families vlBltlng Sydney will
meet with superior ACCOMMODATION, nt Mrs A. Solomon B, 92 and 02 j Hunter street._ GENTLEMEN soeklng a comfortablo HOME apply
20 RUBBCH street south, wl ero there la a vacancy for one gentleman_ LADIES and Gentlemon re îulrlne, change of air can
bo ACCOMMODATED in a most salubrious locality in a mountainous diBlrict Rcforonccs ox
changed Health ArgtiB office_ LODGINGS for a Bingle gontlcnun largo front
room, or suit two It lends 05 I linders street cast. 6B.vioekly_ LARGE furnlsbod Bh.DKOOM kr.s, I »th, s tit two
friends. 83 Russoll stroet, four doors Bourke Street. Moderate_ MARRIEO couplo nant BEDROOM and Parlo ir,
furnished or unfurnlslied, with uso of kitchen. In suburbs. State particulars and terms, Commercial Traveller. Argua olllco_ TojEW arrivals REQUIRING furnished AOOOMUO X1 DATION, Cottages Land, Situations £._ Charges re- onable Apply 35 LonBdalo Btroot woet_
NO 3 Royal terraco Nicholson street, Fitzroy
VACANCIES for lad) and gentleman, or single gentlemen_ PRIVATE family, residing East Melbourne close
Fitzroy gardons, offers euito of ROOMS, lady and gentleman or two gentlemen Rcforonccs Cards, Mr Wood, chemist, BourkeBtrcet_ PRAHRAN -ACCOMMODATION one or two gen
tlemon, two mlnutoB walk from station. Apply 0 BL Edmond s road, Prahran_ PARTIAL BOARD and KK8IDENOE for two ¡.ontfiT
men Separate rooms Mrs Swann, 1 Jolimont
place, Jolimont_ PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE for two go i
tlemon, at Mrs. Martin s, 2 Mackenzie-street. Terms strictly moderate._ PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE 178 (J mun _Btrcot corner A Bockott-atrect, Baths.
1CUMOND -BOARD and Bl -ilDLSCh, private
family Devon cottago, Stanley street, Docker s hill, near omnibus or train_ ST KILDA -Lady, near beach, having suporlor
APARTMENTS, separate Blttingroom, desires two gentlomcn or small family, without young children pleasant situation Seaview, Argus_ ST KILDA, Wlmpolo a Goorgo Hotel oppoalto Ter
minua, near Beach.-Handsome suites of APART MENT8 vacant. Charges moderate._ ST KILDA-ACCOMMODATION lor two gentío
men, private family Piano, bath, Holstein cot
tage, Gurner Btreot, noar beach, railway_
T KILDÍ_WANTED, BEDRDOM and Sitting
I room, furnished, for a Bingle gentloman Ploisant
Situation Address L. IX, Argus _ ST KILDA ESPLANADE - VACANCIES, ault
families and gentlemon 2 Marll placo, opposite Kenney g Baths._ SI KILDA -VACANCIES for threo or four gontle-
men. Moderate terms. Noar Btation Btaolln_ i Eden terraco, Dalgoty Btroot._ ST KILDA.-Private HOARD and RESIDENCE,
near train and beach Cards, Mathews, chomlst, Robe street._ SOUTH YARRA, Best lort -Comfortablo ACCOM
MODATION, gentleman, wife, aud single gentle men Mrs. Schäfer Gloucester house, Punt-road.
STUDENTS requiring qulot HOME can havo same.
Eleanor houao, 205 Lygon-stroet, noar Palmerston street. Carlton_ SUPERIOR BOARD, RESIDENCE gontlomon, fami
Iles Bath, piano, stabling £1 wook 1 Alfred place, Victoria atreot, oppoalto Gaol_ SELECT BOARD and RESIDENCE for ono goiitlo
roan Terms moderate. No othor boarders. S)
Lennox etreet Richmond_ SELECT UO ARD, RESIDENCE, gontlomon, families
now arrivals, piano, baths, stabling, £1 25 RUBBQII atroot, closo Collins-street,_
ELECT BOARD and RESIDENCE for two gontlo mcn. 2 Hotham terraco, Hotham-et, E. Melbourno THREE, ALBERT STREET, opposite Parliament
rescrvc -Furnished or unfurnished ROOM8,plano, bath. Board optional Modorato._ rilWO business ladles require unfurnished BED JL and Sitting ROOM, use kitchen, noar town L, Argus office._ rpWO gentlemen require BOARD and RESIDENCE X ia Fitzroy AddressPO, Board and Lodging Agency, 86 Oolllnj-stroet east._ riiO LET, furnlsbod BEDROOM, modorato. 1 Rams X den place, Russell st 8 , noar Burko and Wills
IO LET, two furniBhod BEDROOMS Bath and .gas -Opposite Police Barracks, 00 Latrobe at. E WIDOW7¿ontlowomau of experience, offers kind,
motherly, And superior HOME to children, from one te 12 years old Terms very moderate. Felix, F O , Hawthorn_ WANTED, In the "hjhbourhood of tho Uulvor
«ity, unfurnished APARTMENTS, with kitchen.
Address Barris, post-office, North Richmond._
ANTED, HOARD and RESIDENCE, lady and ?ra. Hutt state tera* moderate, NotCsntOD. JrtnMDcst, Argus office.
-Bo4urA «ma i-tKlglrtjc.
TO LET, large front BOOM, with fireplace, mo of
kitchen, near town. 20 O'Oonnell-at, Hotham, i
(JUNG gentleman wishes to SHAKE APART- MENTS with anothor, or join private family. B Z., Argus office._
HOMO« «M Kana Wttntott._
AT Taylor's, auctioneer, 24 Collins-street east from
PBOPEBTY LIST, ovory publicity, contrally Bitnatcd offices._ A T Taylor's auctioneer, 24 Colltna-stroot oast, ii. numerous cash buyers for Freehold 1'ilO PERTIBS, city and suburbs._ A NUMBER of applications for HOUSEd, and Pro-
perties, cash, from £200 to £760. Brenan, Qrattan-Btreet, Carlten._ A NUMBER of cash purchasers want FREEHOLDS,
near town, at lovers and Sons, 101 Oardlgan-Btroot, Carlton._ ANY proprietors wishing to SELL PROPERTIES
can meet with cash purchasers at Knlpo's Ex* change, 12 Collins-otrcot._
A CRES.-Flvo to Fifteen ACRES WANTED. Class
J\. of house Immaterial If prlco suitable. Thomas Taylor, St. Kilda._
BYRNE, VALE, and Co.
(Robt Byrno, Jno. Valo, and Wm. Mason),
PROPERTY AUOTION MART,
Corner of Swanston and Littlo Collina Streot«,
Invito tho attention of sellers of properties to tholr
extensivo and centrolly.flituateaprcmlBos.
For SALE or to LET
And inserted in tholr
PRINTED MONTHLY LIST
FREE of CHABGE.
VANS and Co. havo numorous purchasers for HOUSES and Land, In South Yarra, Prahran, &c. ARM, from 200 aerea, WANTED to Ront 20 milos Melbourne, Improved, house. Peck, 78 Quoen-at WANTED, to PURCUABE for cooli, first-class
COTTAGE, threo or four rooms. Collingwood or Fitzroy preferred. With price and particulars, J. W.| Argus office._ WANTED to RENT FARM or Paddock, of about
200 or 300 aerea good graaa land, within 15 or 20 miles ol town. Apply Richard Gibson and Co., Oi Quecn.Btrect, Molboume.
WANTED, to Purchase HOUSE or Cuttago, Eaat
Melbourno or suburbs, with room audiclently large for billlardroom, or Bufllciont spaco to build tame. Particulars and prlco, B. M. E., Argus offlco.
ANTED, Richmond or Emerald-bill, threo or four-roomed Furnished COTTAGE. State terms,
J.W., Argua offlco_
WANTED, to PURCHASE suburban PROPERTY
(houBCB) to valuo of £1000. B. W. Crisp, 85 Chance rj-lano._ WANTED, to RENT a FARM, for dairy purpoaos,
within eight miles of Molbourno. Jamoa Munro, 10 SlmpBon'B-road, Richmond._ WANTED, to PURCHASE dotachod COTTAGE,
four rooms, fair position, noar town. Monoy,
partporttilp». gnsrineaae«, Me.
A CHANCE-Tho well-known long, established
WOODYARD, steam engine attached, good con- nexion, sheds, Btabling, Buitablo box or other fac tory. Lobaocucr, 155 Sandridgo-rd , Emorald hill.
A N old-establlBhcd Drapery BUSINESS to LET, x3L fixtures, fittings comploto. Owner retiring. Apply 84 Peol-streot, Collingwood._ BUSINESS for SALE, immediate possession.-Metro-
politan Diningrooms, 112 Brunswick-stroet, Fitzroy. Proprietors leaving for Now South Wales. Apply on tho premises._
BUSINESSES for SALE, over 100 to Boloct from.
All Information without charge. Oxtoby, next Scott's Hotel._ BOABD1NGUOUSE KEEPERS.Oponing.- HOUSE,
which will recommend itsolf to an enterprising experienced person. Taylor, St Kilda._
5ÛNTRY STORE, doing £150 wookly. Most
llboral terms to a good man. Oxtoby, noxt Scott's Hotel._ COUN1RY BOOT BUSINESS, Purchase, third cash,
balance 12 months. Trado £40 weekly. Oxtoby, next Scott's HotoL_ /CHEMISTS.-Ono ol tho best suburban ausi- xe SES8EB for SAtE, O't0 ko-* Particulars Phy, maclot, Argua pilles. ._
DRAPERY BUSINES3. Raro chanco business
ff an. Splendid oponlng. Moat prosperous mining town in Victoria. Satisfactory roasonB for Belling. Particulars James and Co., 80 Elizabeth st.
FOR SALE, situated in tho Western District, a long
established GENERAL STOREKEBPING and HOTEL BUSINESS, Boparatoly or togother, and with the land aud buildings, which aro tho property of tho present occupier.
Tbo business, aa a whole, is steadily Increasing, con- sequent upon tho extension of Bottlomont In tho tmmo díate neighbourhood. Tho returns from tho store amount to £7000 per annum, and the preaont Btock does not exceed £2000. Tho hotel haa tho moot ample appointments for a largo business, and IB completely furnished throughout ; ita present incomo is nearly £2000 per annum, but tho business ia capable of being considerably increased.
Thoro ia bedding accommodation tor npwarda of 40 visitors, and extensive stabling. Profits oro good, and working expenses light.
Terms of purchaBO can bo arranged Uborafly.
Tho land comprises nn area of five acres. The prin- cipal buildings aro of Btono, with numerous outbuild inge, chiefly of wood.
Early application ÍB necessary, tho owner rotirlngtft '
tho end of tho prcBont j-ear.
Principals only treated with.
Apply WESTERN, caro of M'NAUGHTON, LOVE, and Co., Molboume._ FOR SALE, an established GENERAL STORE,
doing a good buslnccs In a mining township. Pro- prietor relinquishing In consequence of leaving tho colony.
A rcallv good opportunity for any person desirous Of going into Btorckcopiog.
For particulars app->7 to Messrs. BANKS BBOS., BELL, and Co., Importers. Melbourne._ FOR SALE, tho ALBION HOTEL, Bltuated lu High
Btreot, Maryborough, brick and Btono building, doing a good trade. Every requisito accommodation for parties; good hilliard table. Bcaaon for proprlotor disposing, badjioalth,_ FOR SALE, LEATHER and Grindery BUSINE3S,
at Sandhurst Established six yours. Good trado.
Bmall Ingoing. Apply Mr. E. Williams, American Gully, Sandhurst_ FOlCSALE, old-ostanllshcd up-country substantial
Chemist and Druggist's BUSINESS, owner wishing to lcavo through bad health. Apply to Georgo Butter worth, commission agont, Hay._ FIELD'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Boolong_TuTa
old-eslaWlshod BUSINESS for SALE: fixtures, MttlngB, and furniture at valuation, Apply on pre- miaos to Mr. W. Field._ FOR SALE, flrBtciaBB Grocery BUSINESS. Pro-
prietor leaving colony. Apply Messrs. Wright, Pay ne, and Co., 20 Flinders lane._
FIRST-CLASB well.established Dressmaking BUSI-
NESS, city ; profits £5 por week. Apply 36 Lona dale-Btroot weat_ GROCERS.-Rare Chance Business Man.-Suporior
PREMISES to LET, low rent, best posltbn. Arnold, 83 Swanston.Btroet_
Fora Man of Capital.
STEVENS'S FIERY BOOT MART, Centre Block, Pall Mall, Sandhurst
The Entlro Stock and Goodwill ot this Business to bo
A Raro Opportunity
For a man of energy, as ho may «lyon average
_£100 to £160 per Week-Cash._ NOTICE.-At Lako Bolac, n STORE and Dwolllng
house, with good Business, for SALE, or to Let 8tock to bo taken at valuation, aud easy terms glvon on good Becurity. For further particulara app y to Messrs. William Martin, 81 Flindors-streot east, Mol bourno ; or to John M'Maator, Lako Bolac_ OLD-ESTABLISHED Grocory BUSINESS, with
Btock, good poBltion, satisfactory reasons given. Grocer, Webb'B Argus ngoncy, Hotham._
ARTNER with £700 WANTED, in BKElVBHY,
prosperous town, Riverina, Apply Oxtoby and Co., Colllna-streot weat_
PROFITABLE established manufacturing BUSI-
NESS for SALE, unlimited demand. Apply by lcttor, Beta, ArmBtrong's, 50 BUzabeth-atroot_
SALE, cheap, BOOT SHOP, goodwill, «tinga, aoloct
trado ; could bo Improved. Apply 227 Clarondon strect, Emerald-hill._
Tho undersigned have for SALE
An Otd-ostabltsbcd Wholosalo and Retail
Doing a largo and profltahlo trado,
Sltuatod in one of tbo principal Btreots In tho
Thia Is an opportunity of acquiring a fir., c 8S buBlness that aoldom occurs. '"
Principals onlv dealt with.
LYELL and GOWAN, 40 EUzaboth-Btroot
O COACHBCILDERS, Wheelwrights, and Others. -For SALE or to tot, ono of tho flnost BUSI- NESSES in tho abovo Uno in tho most thriving town- ship in Riverina. Terms easy. Full particulars, DaWBon, 8hort'B Hotel, West Molbourno._ TIMBER, Ironmongery.-Bplondld OPENING, no
opposition.-Gtarondou Timber-yard and Iron- monger's shop, Olarendon-stroot, Emorald-hlll. Modo rato rent Sawmill, Bhcds, benches, &c Buckhurst
WATCH and Clock Maker's BUSINESS, doing
good trade. Only Bmall capital required. Oxtoby, next Bcott'B Hotel
«*/ ANTED, to Purchaao Grocory or General Store TV BUSINESS In or noar Melbourne. J., Gordon
WANTED, Bakor's BUSINESS, about five tona per
week, city or suburbs. Address Baker, Gordon and Potch._
ANTED, to Purchaao Insurance AGENOY. Apply with full particulars to Bona Fdo, Argus
AO.F. : COURT FRIAR TUCK.-Quarterly MBRT
e INO, Monday, September IL New general laws! Edwin Ooodien, Secretary._
BOROUGH of HAWTHORN.-Notlco Is hereby
given, that a SPECIAL MEETING of the council of the borough of Hawthorn will be held on Friday. 22nd September, 1878, at 7 o'clock p.m., to confirm tho resolution agreed to st » meeting held on the 28rd Inst.. authorising the Bald council by special order to borrow a rum ol twelvo thousand pounds (£12,000), pursuant to notlco publlshod in the " Government Gazette" of Friday, 23rd June, 1870.
A. SLATTERIE, Town Clerk.
Town-ball, Hawthorn, August 24,1870._ OURT SHERWOOD FOREST, 8004.-Tuesday noxt.
Quarterly Summoned MEETING, for transacting usualbuslnesB. R. Hilliard,Secretary._
EBSENDON CRICKET OLUa-The Annual MEET-,
INO of this club will be held on Tuesday evening,! 12th inst, at 8 p.m., at Cosson's. Business-Election of ofllco-bearers, now mombers, and alteration of rules. W. Zander, Hon. Soo.
MELBOURNE DEBATING SOCIETY, Assombly
hal), Collins-Btrcot, Monday ovoning, Oommttteo MEETING 7.45, Ordinary Mooting 8 o'clock prectsoly. Essay by Mr. Harvey-" Is the Introduction of Ma- chinery Beneficial to tho Interests of the Working Classes."_
SOUTH MELBOURNE ROWING CLUB. -A
MEETING of tho above Club will be held at Froor's Hotel, Emorald-hill, on Monday, 11th lost,
at 8 pat, to appoint presidont Bud officers, and1 othor Important business. Members are particularly requested to attend. H. W. Freer, Soc pro tem.
NERQETIO QUARTZ-MINING COMPANY
Au EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of the share holdots of thj abovenamed company will bo hold at the company's ofllco, Albion-chambers, Sandhurst, on Tuesday, 3rd October, at half-post 2 p.m.
Business.-To wind up tho company, and to de-
termino the course to bo pursued by tho direc- tors for the purposo, and tbo modo of disposal of tho company's property.
_G. N. CRAIG, Managor.
/MOOD HOPE TUNNELLING and QUARTZ VT MINING COMPANY (Registered),
Crooked River. i
The QUARTERLY GENERAL MEETING of tho shareholders will bo bold at 40 Cullins Btrcot west, Molbourno, on Thursday, tho 14th day of September, at 2 o'clock p ni.
_GEO. N. OAKLEY, Manager.
rp HE GREAT EXTENDED WALHALLS. GOLD
X MINING COMPANY (Rcglstorod). i Notlco Is hereby given, that au EXTRAORDINARY I
GENERAL MEETING of the Great Extendod Wal .halla Gold-mining Company (Registered) will be hold at tho company's office, No. C4 Ohancory-lano, Mel- bourne, on Wednesday, tho 20th day of Soptembor, 1870, at 12 o'clock noon, at willoh meeting It is in- tended to propose tho following resolutions :
let-To glvo full power and authority to the
directors of tho company, at any timo within Bix montbB from tho dato of tho Bald meeting, to Boll and dlspoBO uf tbo mining loaso, claim, Elant, and machinery of tho company to Louis
awrenco Smith, ot tho city of Molbourno, medical practitioner, upon Buch terms and con- ditions as tho shareholders at such meeting dotormlno upon.
2nd-To empower tho directors to cxtond tho
timo for making and completing tho said Bile for a further poriod ol six months.
3rd-To givo full power and authority te the
directors of tho said company to sign, soil, and execute, on behalf of tho sold company, all necessary transfers, decda, powers of attornoy, blllB of sale, deeds of indemnity, or other docu- ments necessary to vest the mining lease, claim, plant, and machinery of the company, In the Bald Louis Lawrenco Smith, or any person or persons, or company, that the said Louis Law- renco Smith may direct, and also to adit tho common eeal of the company to all documents that may bo required for the purpose of carry- ing out such sale.
áth-To empower the directors to call In the scrip
of the company, and closo the transfer-books until the agreement (or the sale has been carried out, .
6th-TO 61_|>6wor tho directors otter the comple-
tion of the sale te distribute tho purchase money, or shares, to bo paid tor the purchase of the mining loase, claim, plant, and machinory as aforesaid amongst tho shareholders of tho company, in proportion to tho Intorost hold by them, and then wind-up the affairs of the
_EDWARD JENKINS, Managor.
THE BLACK HORSE UNITED COMPANY (Nu
Notice is hereby glvon, that an EXTRAORDINARY MEETING of tbo shareholders in tbo above company wiU be hold at tho eompatiy's olllco, Lydlard stroot Ballarat, on tbo 18th day of Soptomber, at 4 o'clock
Business.-To authorise tho directors to borrow
; thereof and
of silo, by way of mortgage, over the machinory and mining plant, and a mortgagoovor the leasohold property of the company, and to do all otiior acts necessary to secure tbo repaymont of any money so borrowed with interest.
_J. M. MACKAY, Manager.
'.IHK JSUERTON ÜOHPANY (Limited), Egerton. X Notlco.
A GENERAL MEETING of the shareholders of the Egerton Company (Limited) will bo hold on Wodnoa day, 13th September, 1870, at 6 o'clock p.m., at Cralg's JRojal Hotel, Ballarat.
?Business.-To glvo Its sanction to the lettlugby tho
directora of a portion of tho company's mining leasehold on tribute.
J. A. CHALK, Manager. Eldon-chombera. Ballarat._
GIPPS LAND CONSOLS QUARTZ-MINING COM-
PANY (No Liability),
A CALL (tbo 42nd) of twoponce por sbaro has boon MADE on the capital of this company, due and pay- ablo to tbo manager, at tho registered ofllco, Austral Mining chambers, 5 Lydlord-strcot, Ballarat, on Wednesday, the 13th Scptombor, 1870.
_CHAS. BAKER. Manager.
MAGDALA COMPANY (No Liability), Pleasant
A CALL (the 3rd) of one ebilllng per share has beon MADE, payablo to tho undereignod, at tbo olllco of tho company, on or before Wednesday, 13th Sontcmbor.
ALEX. MARSHALL, Managor. 88 Lydiard-atrcet, Ballarat, September 4,1870.
MACK'S CREEK GOLD-MINING COM-
A CALL (the 60th) of throo-farthings por shara Is tbla day MADE on tho nominal capital, payablo at tho company'B offlco, Bank-streot, Jamieson, on Wednes- day, 13th Bcptcmbor, 1870.
_JOSEPH FOX. Managor.
NEW LOTHAIR GOLD MINING COMPANY (No
A CALL (tho 18th) of two shillings and sl.xponco per share has been MADE, duo and payablo to mo, at tbo company's ofllco, Clunes, on Wednesday, the 13th day
of September, 1870.
_J. BRYANT, Manager.
OVENS GOLD and TIN MINING COMPANY
A CALL (No. 7) of two BhllllngB per share has boen MADE, payablo to tho managor at tho ofllco of the company, 105 Collins Btrcet west, Molbourno, on 13th Soptembor, 1870.
_CHA8. E KER, Manager.
PINCHGUT JUNCTION MINING COMPANY (No
A CALL (the first) of sixpence per share has bCBii MADE on tbo capital of this comnany, duo and pay nb'o to tbo managor at tho ofllco of tho company, Austral Minlng-chambors, Lydiard-Btroot, Ballarat,
on Wednesday, tbo 18th September, 1870.
Shareholders who havo paid tho tlirooponco por sbaro on taking up scrip will be credited with that amount off present call
CIIAB, BARKER, Manager.
US1RAUAN DEPOSIT and MORTGAGE BANK
80 Colllna-atroet East.
Hon. James Balfour, M.LC, Chairman. O. J. Ham, Esq., J.P., Vico-Ohainnan.
S. A. Richardson, Esq. Jas. Fergusson, Esq , J.P. Robert Harper, Esq. I H. C. Fraaor, Esq., J.P.
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HE OBEATEST MUSICAL EVER.1
Messrs. NICHOLSON and ASOHEROERG
Beg to Announce
That they have purchased at an enormous price-i Erice unprecedented In the annal« of Anstrallai
luBlcal bifltory-Irom the celebrated comedian, | -
J. K. EMMET,
His Immensely Popular Songs Sung by him
B Is World-renowned Character
»F B I I V
NOW PUBLISHING. NOW PUBLISHING. NOW PUBLIBHTHG.
pLIMB UP, CLIMB UP. f-lLIMB UP, CLIMB UP. pUMB UP, CLIMB UP.
«-ILIMB UP, CLIMB UËT
1LIMB UP, OLIMP UP. r 1LIMB UP, CLIMB UP.
¡CHNEIDEB, HOW YOU VAB ?
OHNEIDEE, HOW YOU VAS . CHNEIDEH, HOW YOU VASÎ ¡OHNEIDER, HOW YOU VAS . JCHNEIDEB, HOW YOU VAS 1 JCHNEIDEB, HOW YOU VAS !
OI S HEB UP IN DE WINDOW.
ors HER UP IN DE WINDOW. OX'S HEB IM IN DE WINDOW. OT'fl HER UP IN DE WINDOW. T-aOT'S HER UP IN DE WINDOW. T\OI'B HEB UP IN DE WINDOW.
QHONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN.
BONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN.
¿HONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN. ¡¡HONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN. ¡HONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN. ¿HONNIE VAB A NIGS YOUNG. MAN, ¡¡HONNIE VAS A NICE YOUNG MAN.
roSIE, DOES YOUR MOODER KNOW YOU'BE _ pvr,_ 1 ÖS1E, DOES YOUR MOODER KNOW YOU'RE
1AUR KRAUT RECEIPT. 1AUR KRAUT RECEIPT. JAUR KRAUT RECEIPT.
E'S GOING AWAY.to LEAVE ME.
EAR OLD WORDS.
AIT and HOPE.
rpHINE of ME, DARLING.
HE EMILIE POLKA.
HE ROSALIND VALSE. rilHE ROSALIND VALSE. I1HE ROSALIND VALSE. m H E
IlIuBtrated with photograph ol
And four Scones from Shakspcare, Asrrepresented by Mrs. Siddons.
NICHOLSON and ASDHERBERG'S BAND
At last Saturday's Matinée.
NICHOLSON and ASOHERBERG,
45 and 47 COLLINS-STREET.
HE BOBALIND VALSE
IB an entirely new composition,
And not an old piece under a new titlo. '
THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL MAGAZINE.
In tho Prêts, and will Shortly be Published,
The New Number of
The First, The Best,
And Most Successful
Ever publlihod in Australia,
And Pronounced by the Leading
Superior to any Magazine Issued from the London
Prcas, Beautifully Engraved,
And almost the sizo of ordinary sheet music,
NICHOLSON and ABOHEBBEBG,
45 and 47 COLLINS STREET EAST.
THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL MAGAZINE
Has NOT CEASED to bo PUBLISHED,
As tho advertisement of a rival houso would lead
tho public to bollero.
The assertion is a falso and malicious statement.
NICHOLSON and ASOHERBERG
And r< ero the first to publish in Australia i A MUBIOAL MAGAZINE.
Comparison ia Invited
(Whether for style ot production, size, and content«)
With Its Would-bo Rival.
KAPS' "Ti ANOS.
In ordor to controvert a Btatcmont Issued by another firm, who represent themselves as
Sole Agents for Kaps' Pianos,
Nicholson and Ascherberg have pleasure in notifying to tholr musical friends and the public in general the following additional testimony, Jual roooived by the mall, placing tho matter beyond doubt that they ore
Tho SOLE and EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
KAPS' SHORT GRAND PIANOS.
Dresden, 6 th July, 1870. Messrs. Nicholson and Aachorherg, Molbourno.
I hereby declare that you aro my sole agonts for Australia, and that Allan and Co., of Molbourno, do not got any moro pianos direct from me.
(Signed) ERNST KAPS. B ONISCH'S PI AN O a
Dresden, July 6,1870. Messrs. Nicholson and Aschorborg, Melbourno. Gentlemen,
I hereby declare that you are my Solo Agents foi Australia, and Messrs. Allan and Co. do not any longer reçoive any ríanos direct from me
(Blgnod) OABL BONIS0H.
For Extent and Varloty,
Tho Only House la
NICHOLSON and AS CHERBE BO'S,
45 and 47 COLLINS-STREET.
NICHOLSON and ASOHERBEBG'B BAND
(String and Brasa Instruments)
has long been known as tho first orchestra tor dance music In tho colony.
The BAND [Consists of 80 MEN,
Conducted by the well-known Herr PLOOK,
pOBSeBsing the largest and most choleo reportolre
of muBlc of any band this sido of the oquator. Any number from ono to 80 can bo engaged.
Engagements may bo mado and all parttculars'ob. talned at Nicholson and Ascher berg's.
Quadrlllo planist Herr Flock.
NICHOLSON and ASOHERBERG
Have In their employ tho
FOUB BEST TUNERS la the COLONY,
The staff consisting ot
Mr. JOHN BLACKBURN. Mr. RICHARD O'BRIEN.
Mr. J. EZOLD.
Mr. GEO. GRIFFITH,
Intho tuning of pianos many a good instrument I« spoiled by the work being entrusted te inferior work mon. Mesera. N. and A. meure the public that all orders given thom wlU be faithfully executed, with punctuality, and at modérate charge«.
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Where may bo seen every novelty Immediately on
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> In tho Trade.
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LATEST SUCCESSFUL PUBLICATIONS, Which have had an unprecedented Bale :
Zolman's new Song, The Brcozo comes Sweet from
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The Lily Waltz, by Zeplln. (Second edition), with
tho beet Frontispiece ever published.
Einging, KiBBing, Ltttlo Birdie, A charming
little Song, by J R. Perry.
Bilver Bolls. A very pretty Ballad,
lho Groot Laughing Song, composed by E A
ASouvenlrde J. K. Emmet (second edition), Intro ' duclng tho principal melodies In "Fritz," with
a portrait of J. K. Emmet, Esq.
Molllo Darling, brilliant plauoforte transcription
by John Hill, K B, R.A M.
Looking for Fathor. Bung by Miss Amy Sherwin. Fortunotus, grand Pantomime Fantasia by Sigaor
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THE BEATRICE MAZURKA, THE BEATRICE MAZURKA, , With a splendid 1 Title Page.
, EmhclllBhed with Charming Photograph 1 Of the
Reigning Melbourne favourite,
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_88 CoUlns-streot east, Melbourno._ SIGNOR GIAMMONA bolng now settled in Mel-
bourne will bo happy to glvo LESSONS in the purest Italian school of SINGING. Address, Allan and CO.'B, and Nicholson and Aschorberg'a, Oolllns Btreet oast._
R. DAVID MIRANDA, professor of singing, gives Vocal INSTRUCTION at his résidence, 8 Nicholson-street, Fitzroy._
R. DAVID MIRANDA, professor of singing,
gives Vocal INSTRUCTION at his rosulonco, 8 Nicholson-street, Fitzroy._
B. OTTO VOGT, PROFESSOR of MUSIC, Plano _ forte. .Organist of St. nark's Church. For terms, address 71 Hathdowno-stroot, Carlton._ CONCERTS SUPPLIED with TALENT, Banda Pro-
vided. Terms, T. Wilkins (late of United States
Minstrels), 67-gin-street _
PERA.-Aubert "Masanlello."-A full score OPPY lor BALE. Apply 62 Elizabeth-street.
FANCY DRESSES for ladlee and gentlemen always
on BtSK, Mr. W.H. Ford, oortumlar, Oper»
THBAXBE R O YA I
- Meemi. Horwood, Stewart, Hennings, and Coppin.
LAST WEEK BUT ONE LAST WEEK BUT ONE LAST WEEK'BUT ONE
Ot the MoBt Successful and Popular Tragedienne that
has ever visited Australia, Mis. B0OTT-SIDDON8, Mrs. BCOTT-SIDDON8, Mrs. BCOTT-BIDDONS,
Whose beauty and undoubted talent have eccnred bet
amongst all classes such HOSTS of ADMIRERS.
THIS EVENING, MONDAY, and TUESDAY NEXT,
At 8 o'clock,
Tho late Lord Lytton's world-famed play,
THE*LADY OF LYONS, THE LADY OF LYONS,
TBE LADY OF LYONS, I
LOVE AND PRIDE.
M. Beauetant (a rich gentleman of Lyons) _
Mr. B. W. Lawrenco M. Glavls (his friend) ., .. Mr. F. C. Appleton Colonel (afterwards General) Damas
Mr. H. R Harwood
MonsieurDeichappolleB .. .. Mr. E. Gladstone Landlord of tho " Golden Lion".. Mr. J. H. Deorwyn Gaspar .Mr. H. Sefton
Claude Mein otto .. _ ,, .. Mr. Dampier (The last week but ono of his engagement In Melbourne) Major Dcsmoulin.Mr. Stuart Bolton Captain Dupont.Mr. J. OicBar Ensign Didier.Mr. Levoy Paulino Descbappolles - Mrs. 800TT-SIDD0N8
(First timo in Melbourne)
Madame DcBohappolles .. .. Mrs. Edeuln Brycr Widow Melnotte (on these occasions)
Miss Blanchs Stammers
(Her farewell appearances in Melbourno)
Marian .Misa Constance Deorwyn
Urs. SCOTT . SIDDONS
Will appear for
THE FIBBT TIME IN MELBOURNE,
As LADY TEAZLE,
In Sheridan's greatest comedy,
THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL.
THE DRESS c7 It C L E PLANS
OPEN DAILY at
NICHOLSON and ASOHERBERG'S.
Seats may bo selected and booked In advance with out extra charge.
Stalls and upper-circle tickets also at Nicholson and ABchorborg'a from 9 to 6 dally.
Admission, from Is. to 5s. Doors open at half-past 7 o'clock. Commence at 8 o'clock_^^
T. G E O II C1 ii'S HALL.
THE HALL~ MYSTERY.
Lessoo and Manager-G. H. Gampboll.
The FAKIB of OOLU'S
VARIETY and SENSATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT.
CBOWDED EVERY NIGHT.
THE MYSTEBIOUS CABINET.
The FAKIR of OOLU
The DAVENPORT BROTHERS.
And, in addition,
Ever witneesed in Melbourne.
The Fairy Fountain.
Tho AUrlallst's Dream,
i Admission, 68., 8s., 2s., and Is. Doors open at 7, com- mence at 8. Box-office at Glen and Co.'s, Collins-street
Notice-Last Nights of tho Mysterious Cabinet, which must be withdrawn for fresh novelties._
ELBOUHNE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
» Conductor, Mr. J. SUMMERS.
THIRD SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT.
TUESDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER.
I Under the Patronage of His Excolloncy Sir G. F. ! Bowen, G.C.M.O., and in prcsonce of Lady Bowen.
Bandogger's Dramatic Cantata,
I FBIDOLIN, or THE MESSAGE to the FOHGE
, (Composed for Birmingham Musical Festival, 1873 )
Specially selected for and presented to tho Biclety r»
I B. B. Gaunter, Esq. '*
i Dramatis poraonai;
Connies« ol Savcrno ,, " - Miss PITTS.
j Count of Sav£,10ii ~ ~ Mr. S. LAMBLE Fridoim (page to Countess) ,. Member of Society.
JIubort (8qulre to Count; .. Mr. B. T. MORONEY.
To bo followed by
BEETHOVEN'S CHORAL FANTASIA.
Solo Pianist, Mr. T. H. OUENETT. Band and chorus of 200 performers.
Principal violin, Mr. E. KING. Organist, Mr. GEO. PEAKE.
Balcony, 5s. ; chairs, 8s.; aroa and south gailory, 2s ; back Beat«, Is. Plan at Messrs. Nicholson and Aschor berg'B, Collins-Street Tickets at iiiuslcsollera'.
_JOHN M. PITTS. Hon. Sec
MELBOUBNE PH1LUARHON10 SOÜ1BIY -
BBHEABBAL, full band and Soloists, "Fri dolin," and Beethoven'! Choral lantasio, This After noon, 2.30, Athen,cum John M. Pitts, Hon. Sec
FBIDOLIN.-" Tho libretto of Fridolin la a master-
piece of arrangement It takes us rapidly from eplsodo to [episode. Now wo aro sotting out with hunters in the breezy morn ; now wo hoar a group of handmaidens einging at tho loom ; now wo witness a rustic merry-making, and join in rustió worship ; and now wo witness tho ferocious smiths of Saverne in tho midst of their uncouth revels."-Telegraph, Sopt 1873._
AL L A N . S
PREMIER BBAS3 BAND.
Mr. H. WAENECKB
(For many years Bandmaster H.M. 14th Regiment).
ALLAN and GO. (WILKIE'S)
Have the pleasure to announce that they have
A BRASS BAND,
Consisting of the following
(All of whom oro flrst-class musicians) : Berg, 0. B. - . _ . Delmllng, F. Gorman, W. Herman, T, Hess, F. Hore, J.
Several of the abovo por oriners aro engagod In tho orchestras of tho Theatre Boyal and tbo Opera-bouse, and the wholo of them, with ono oxceptton, wero members of tho lato famous
which Sa a sufficient guarantee for the cxcallonco of their performance.
Up to the present time the various bands opon to engagement havo been either Volunteer Bands, or com- posed of ono or two good professionals, assisted by a number of Inferior players ; but the whole of the
ALLAN'S PBEMIER BRAB3 BAND are
, PICKED PROFESSIONAL and ORCHESTRAL ' MEN,
So that they may say, without fear of contradiction, that such a Uno body of Instrumentalists has never been gathered together Blnce tho dajs of the late head- quarters band, a statement which can bo substan- tiated by referonco to tho names of tho musicians announced, who aro all well-known first class men.
Their repertoire comprises all standard overtures, selections, and other mualo of a Bimilar class to that performed by tho late hoad quarters band, including
all thelateat compositions.
Tho members of tho band, bolng all orchestral pla} erB, can also be utlllBcd as a
First-ckiBB QUADRILLE or STRING BAND,
So that Bhould both string mid brass bands bo required on any one occasion, the Bamo performers oro avall ablo for both purposes.
Allan's premier brasa band will appear in a band
Prices and particulars for banda of any number of performer« for exhibitions, bazaars, flowor shows, cricket matches, public dinners, balls, private parties, excursions, ike, on application to
ALLAN and Co. (WUklo'e), 13 and 15 Collins-street eaBt, Melbourne,
Meek, B A. Biley, T.
Bweotman, T. Warnecko, H. Wolnborg, H. Wilkins, T.
BTABLISHED 20 YEARS.
ALLAN AND~ÖÖ. (WILKIE'S),
i Solo Agents for
I KAPS* SHORT ISON GRANDS,
In addition to Pianos by
EBABD BROADWOOD RONIS0H
I COLLARD L1PP 80HWECHTEN ' And all other
; REALLY GOOD MAKERS
Known in the colony.
ALLAN "¡«J CO.
I GERMAN PIANOS
By other flrBt-class makers,
I ALLAN AND CO. (WILKIE'S),
I l8 AND 15 COLLINS-STREET EAST,
The gem of all his songs.
ALLAN and Co.
Have the pleasure to announco that they havo pttr
I chased from Mr. Emmet the copyright of this
Which thoy oro now enabled to offer at a greatly _reduced price._
OXING, BOXING, BOXING.
CHRISTIE'S NEW~ ATHLETIC HALL,
60 Littlo Colllns-stroot East,
Next tho Police Court,
' OPENS ON MONDAY.
Given in tbo Art of Solf-dofonco by | J. M. CHRISTIE.
,Tho Hall is fitted with Bing, Gymnastic Apparatus, BatbB, ic
For terms apply at Hall._
Ä: K 0 Ï 5 G. Messrs. and Miss ROBEBTS'S System of
Imparting prlvato Instruction In DANCING, &c,
Will bo found the moat advantagoou« for thoso who
havo limited time at thou- disposal.
_Balle à Danser, 87 Colllns-stroet East_ DANCING.-Private LESSONS. Highest test!
móntala. Mr. George Hale Smart In attendance, St Patrick's Hall, every morning, botwoen 12 and 1. OlaBses Tuesday ovenlng._ DANOINO.-St Patriok's-hall.-Mr. Georgo Hale
Smart's Select Monthly Assembly BALL, Thurs day ovenlng, September 14._ DANCING, St Patrick's HalL-Mr. George Hale
Smart'« CLASSES, Tuesday. Private lessons, School« attended. Highest testimonial«. Betorencoa. MESDAMES MILNER aud HUBERTS will open a
select DANCING CLASS at tho Hortlcultural hall, Victoria-street, commencing at 8 evening Tuos day, the 12th inst_
B. LILLEY '8 Advanced DANCING OLA88,
Monda} B; elementary, Tuesdays and Fridays, Private lessons. 180 Little Collins-street oast_ MBB. C. P. DENNLN'G'S A8SEMBLY on Wednes-
day evonlng next, 8 o'clock, ItanchiBter Unity Hall, BwanBton street_ MBB. O'BBIEN'S (nile Mademoiselle Roche) Seleet
ASSEMBLY, Tuesday, 12th, Masonic-hall, Loni dale-street Ladle« Class, Saturday, 8 p.m._ MB. HENRY SMART'S ASSEMBLY To-night,
BwanBton-stroet rooms. Good band.
f| IB BAT RIC AL.-WANTED, DRAMATÏÔ 552 X ePABY. Long engagement». State line and isJiry. Patey and Co., theatrical »genoy, Melbourne.
*P B' R A-"H "0 V 8 K,
Director-W. Saurín Lyster.
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT ' FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. '
Mr. J. K. EMMET. Mr. J! K. E M M E T. Mr. J. K. EMMET. LA8T SATURDAY NIGHT
LABT BATURDAY NIGHT - . LAST SATURDAY NIGHT LABT SATURDAY NIGHT
JAN, JAN, JAN, . JAN, JAN, JAN, ' JAN, JAN, JAN,
TBE NEW GERMAN.
JAN .. .. -.. .. Mr. J. K. EMMET;
Supported by the Opora-house Company,
Look out for an IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT,
Open at Allan and Co.'s, 16 CoUins-etrcet, bom 10
Prices ol admission as usual.
Doers opon at 7.80, overture at 8 o'clock.
Tickets for stalls, upper circle, pit, and gallery, to b» had at MuBkett's, Bourke-street, from 10 te 6.
W NTH Ä L E.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
Slg. GIAMHONA bas tho honour to announce ti his friends and the musical public et Melbourno, that he will glvo a grand
CONCERT, BATURDAY, 10th, CONCERT, SATURDAY, lOtb,
On which occasion be »111 bo assisted by some ol the most eminent artists of the city.
GIAMMONA'B CONCERT, SATURDAY, loth. OIAMMONA'S CONCERT, SATURDAY, loth. Further particulars duly announced.
MoroNovelty. Great Attraction.
The most Wonderful Bicycle Performer in tho World,
appears nightly, at half-past 0 punctually.
Mdlle. Franzlni's wonderful performance is allowed by ,
all beholders to bo tbo truo poetry of motion.
Reappearance of Miss ANNIE NESBITT,
Queen of Song.
Negro Farces, Songs and Dances, and Daring Acróbata
Nightly. MILLION PRI0E8. Od. and IB
ST. KILDA BKATING RINK,,
Near Railway Terminus.
THIS (Saturday) EVENING
Tho OrcheBtra Will Perform
A choice selection of the "~ MOST SPARKLING MUSIC
Of the Day. Admission, Is.
Uno of skates, Od.
_Mrsars. ROBERTS, Proprietors.
MELBOURNE DEU1S0UE LIEDERTAFEL
REHEAR8AL for ladies and gontlemen To-night. at 8 30 aharp. J. Q Luhmann, hon, sec._
EOPL&'S CONCERTO, 1 empcranco hall, Russell street-Grand Programme To night Conductor, Frank Richardson. Bolcon) Od., hall 3d. _
EOPLES CONCERIS. - To-night, Mies Fanny » Sheppard, favourite eoprano, in ballade, duets, and sparkling musical cnmedlotta._ PEOPLE'S LONOÏ.K1H -To-night, MIBS St. Uolene
charmiug contralto, in "Sainted Mother" duel,
Planlsto, MIBS Dwight Rehearsal._ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS.-lo-nlght, Mr Henrlx,
popular tenor ; Mr. Kelly, baritone (first appear ance), "I never eau forget."_ PEOPLES CONCERTS -To-night, first appe»r«co"
of Mr. Francisco, grotesquo artist, " Yankee dooJIo doo," " Timid young man."_ PEOPLE'S CONCERTS_Tonight, Mr. Murphy,
great character impersonator, In "My ilatllnp;, Baron Ann," and comic ducts._
RAURAN POPULAR EN!"
P Monda? nexVÔreai"6r- "," --liTAMMIÛlIA
Monday'B iBSuo. F- .-ininatloopf Tnlont See r-inllT'-- --,--*-", mons;;«*. Admission Od.
C __? MELbOURNE TON 1U SOL-FA ASSOCIA O T10N -Bccond CONCERT for tho year, Thurs- day neu, Howo-crescent-hall, Emerald-hill. "The Wreck of tho Bosporus " Soptotto orcheatra._ rri_MPtRAr<CK-HA_L.-Monday night, CHRIST
X MASS EVANS, \\ elah preachers, Rev. David Rees, music, WolBh harplat Coilectlon._
riiUMPERAN-JE-HALI/.-Monday night, fourth X LECTURE Young Men's Christian Association Course. Wolsh preachers, Christmass Evans, rauBlc.
rrib-P_RANCi.IIALL.-Monday night, freo LEO X TURE, Welsh Harpist, Rot-, David Rees, Lec- turer, OhriBtmaBB Evana, at 8._ r| TEMPERANCE MEETINQ, Tuesday evening, Mel
X bourne Temporanco-hall. Musical selcctlona by. ten poranco musical union, addreaaes. AdmiuBJon free. CHOICE WATERLOLOUR DttAWINaS and Paint-
ings on viow and SALE. Picture Repository, 31 ColllnB-ttreet west_
HAKt-a, Harps for SALE ; also, Watchmaker's
Lathe, mandril and turns combined. A Bar. gain. 20 LonBdolo Btreot paat._
OLÏTKOHNIO-UALL to LET. Skating rink, flrat closs billlordroom, any place of amusement, Mr. Longdon, Colosseum, Bourke-Btreot_
PRINCE ALFRED BOWLING CLUB -Presenta-
tion to Walter Wilson on the green at 4 p m.
ROLLER SKATES-Premier ROLLER SKATE!
MANUFACTORY, 220 Lonsdalc-Btrcct east, viholeBalcand retail J. O. Lascelles, maher._
WANTED, an Excursion BOAT to run to Mor.
dlalloc for summer. Depth of water, 8_tt
ELBOURNE RETREAT for tho CORE of IN EBRIATES, Northcote -Dr. M'CARIHY thank* ully acknowledges £2 from tbo Hon. Robirt Simson.
Ü tho CONTRIBUTORS to and OOVERNOKS el
the MELBOURNE LYING-IN HOSPITAL
Ladlee and Gentlemen,-1 havo tbo honour to infoim you tbat I am o OANDIDATE for tbo appoint- ment of HONORARY FU\SICIAN to tho abovo in. stitution, rendered vacant by tho resignation of Dr. Joseph Black, and I beg rcapoclfully to solicit your votes and Interest at the onguing oloction.
To many of you I am no étranger, having been for ovor threo years Resident Surgeon to the institution, during which time I have, I trust, proved to tbo satis- faction of the committeo and the honorary medical officers my fitness for the post which I now Beek, and 1 can only odd that should I bo successful lu my efforts to obtain ItlBhatl alwayB havo the best interests otthc
institution at heart.
I havo the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Your obedient eorvant,
Bachelor of Medicine In tho Melbourne University (by exam); Licentiate of tbe Royal Collego of Sur geonB and Licentiate in Midwifery, Edinburgh : Licentiate of tho Royal Collego ef PhysIcUns and Licentiate In Midwifery, Edinburgh; Fellow of tho Obstetrical Society of London, &c. Formerly AssiBtant Surgeon to the Bendigo Hospital, Sandhurst
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