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Stooli and Stations.

BAY HORSE, 16 hands, fast, quiet harness. Ton

trial Shoeing forge, Canning street, Carlton

STÄTb of P HAYMAN, Eso -For SALE, hand

some pair of Buggy HORSES, splendid Family W<n.oneltc, and Harness, complete On view at Mr y ilToughby's livery stables, St Kilda _ ITiOR SALE, splendid Carriage HORSE (bay), over

. 16 hands, young, Bound, any trial saddle, singlo »nil double harncsB Globe atables, rear Theatre Royal_ 1. oK SV.LL, splendid family HORSI, young,

. tcund, very Bhowy, any trial Port Phil ¡p Club »Ullis_

I, vu bALfc, two useful Carriofeeor Buggy HORSES,

1 quiet td nde or drive Samwclls, coachbuildcr, Flinders lane east_ 17KJR SALE,~Bplcndld Buggy HORSE, BulUblo tor J. doctor, staunch, very fast Thompsons livery

"|. uR f-ALF, a pure bred IIOItSF.,, six years old, Jr jood buigy and saddle E W Edwards, Lydard, Iliwthorn_

I/O It b iLl, GIpiM Land 1IOKS1, Bound, fcood cm X dinon sultablo for lony or driy W S HHlicnngton, 108 Elizabeth Btrcct

HOYTS Royal HORSb BA¿AAK - Carruno

HORSES, Hackneys, Brougham and Buggy Horses, Cnrriaf.es, Buggies, Pagncl Carts, Breaks

T> U 1Û. S~H~0 R T II O It N CATTLL

To the Cattle Brocdeis of \ ictc ria and Adjacent

Colonies

PECK, HUDSON, and RAYNOR havo recett oil In ftructions from Henry htovctison, Niddrie, to SELL,

On FRIDAY, 12th Al'RII

60 litad of his celebrated shorthorn herd,

Including

Tlic noted Imported bull Cedric not to be sur

passed in the colonies as a pure li des 17 yount, bulls

And

34 htifcrs, by Cedric

Also,

About 20 breeding cowa, in calf to Cedric and _ Wilfred_ T> U R b STUD S II 1 b P

Our ANNU \L SAI I of pure Merino, I incoln, and Leicester sheep will bo held iii Melbourne, ou Thura day, EOth, rridiy «Jth, and (if ntcessai}) Saturday,

31M AUGUST Nb\r

FISKFV and GIBSON

_RYAN and HAMMOND

"DYAN udHAMMOND havofnr FRI\AI% SALL XV A STATION

Ne ir the Murray

Well Improved, with ar>0 Cattle and 7000 Sheep Ifor j rice and other particulars apply to

Ryan an 1 Hammond C7 Bourke tt W Melbourne TH'll R f> I) A Y, MARC II ¿I, lis78

CLbAKINO OUT S^LL,

At

MOORABDIE STATION,

Near Heathcote

ITTERSIHNIf, FAGILSTO\F, and Co In con junction with J C \\ alkerand Co ,liav e been f vv oured with instructions by Messrs Campbell an 1 M kinnon to DISPOSE of the whole of their stock by PUBLIC AUCTION, ntMoorabblo Station, neal Hcithtote, on Thursday, 21st March, 1878

The stock to be sold consists of

SHLLP

3000 two and four tooth, mlved se\es

2500 ewes six tooth and full mouthed

2300 wethers, six tooth and full mouthed 1000 ewes In lamb to Rutledge s runs

700 lr-rge framed crossbred civ es, in lamb to Rut

Ictl^L s pure I Incoln rams

Will Le Bold in lots to Biut the convenience of luyere

200 head of cattle, moally bullocks, and in vci}

forward condition

HORSES 12 useful backs, and

3 bevvy draught horses

Sale to commence at twclvo o clock noon

A special coach for the convenience of buvcra will leave the Shamrock Hotel, Sandhurst, on Thursday March 21, at 7 a m, and return E uno day immc diately after the sale_

ANTED, a good M1LCII COW Apply Trinity

College S}dne} road Carlton_

w

Tenders.

BU It O U G II of II A M I L I O N

¿0000 SIX AND A HALF 1'bR CLM

DEBLNTURtS

TENDERS arc invited for one hundred and eighty (ISO) £50 DEBENTURES of the Municipality of Hamilton, bearing interés at the rate of 0J per cent per annum, and repa}ablo from thc}car8l83¿ tolOOO, aspcr "Gazette notices of the 10th November, 1877

Tlie principal and interest are Bccurcd on the muni

ripal revenues under the provisions of "The Local

Government Act 1874

mont of another loan of £f 500, has boon fixed to bo invested in Victorian Government stock In terms of the act

Interest pi} able half } earl}, at the Bank of V letona, Melbourne, or any of its branches in the colony of

bicton i

Tendersendoreed "Hamilton Loan accompanied by a bank draft or marked cheque equal to 5 per cent of the amount tendered for, must be lod-ïcu at tho office of Mcsprs J B W ero and Son 80 Collins street weat,Melbourne, on or before Wednesday, the 0th March, 1878

By order

WILLIAM SMITH Town Clerk

lown hall, Hamilton, Ftbruarj 22,1878

Wc arc authorised to extend the dato to the 14th March at noon it our office, for rccciv ing tenders for

the above debentures

Dated SO Collins street west, Melbourne, this 23th day of February, 1378

J B WERE and SON Brokers

M

T50R0L0H of ESSENDON and I LEMINGTON

TbNDEHS will be recclicd till 0 30 p m Mon lay, 18Ui inst, for SUPFLUNG 1200 yardö of MAIN

TLNANtb MFTAL

Particulars at this office N cither the low est or any tender not nectssaril} accepted

Dejiosit 5 per cent in cash oi marked cheque to be

enclosed m each teudcr

R LLTIIBRIBGF, Town Clerk

Town hall Flemington March 6,1878_

CHEMISTS BUSiNbiS -TLNDbRS aro required

b} ISth Inst for the PURCH \SE of LEASE, Stock in Trade, aud Fixtures, in the insolvent estate of James Nicholson, chemist, Walhalla, also, for

quarter acre freehold

Tenders to be scut to my oflices, vvheie full pal ticulars ma} be obtained

J HALF EY, Assignee

47 King street, March 11,1878_

JOSlPHCROOh architect, invites 1LVDLRS for

two brick COTTAGES, South \arra Apply his ellice, South "i arra_ J*"" OSEPH CROOK, architect, invites TENDERS for

Picket FENCING and Gates, Prahran Apply lils office. South Yarra _

JA B KOCH, architect, 40 Collina street cast,

. require IbNDERS for wood verandah COT

TAOF, Richmond_

ELBOURNL ORPHAN ASYLUM TENDERS aro invited for 12 months SUPPLY of the undermentioned ARTICLES, to be delivered na required at the new institution, at Brighton ,

Flour

Coal, at per ton

Firewood, 2ft lengths, at per ton of 40 cubic

feet

Firewood, Bhcook or wattle, 4It lengths, at pci

ton of 40 cubic feet

ÎWÎÎH« D1C!lt 1 As per specification to be seen

Ä J aTthe asylum

Fure milk

Printed forms of tender and full particulars to bo «btalneu at the osjlum

Sealed tenders addressed to the uulerslgned at Emerald hiu to be forwarded by noon ihursday, 14th

inst.

_g_F\ON, Secretary and Superintendent

SYDNEY W SMITH, architect. Invites TENDERS

for BUILDING two Btory brick Shop and Dwelling

sfn«ÍU Knia Plim8 Bt his omto* 0r°J'strcot>

O TOBACCO MERCHANTS and Others -In the TRUST ESTATE of E SANDER and Co, of Swanston street, Melbourne, Tobacconists -Separate TENDERS for the undermentioned ASSETS will be received at our offico, 38 Elizabeth street, Melbourne np to 11 o clock on Friday, 22nd March, 1878, lu the following lota -

Lot 1

Stock In trade retail shop, 09 Snati

ston street, duty paid £422 14 5 Cigars . 105(1 ii 8 Snuff 94 13 0 Furniture and fittings 103 14 0 lines, fancy goods, Ac 041 10 7

£2439 3 6 Lot 2

Book debts, good £302 9 0 Do , doubtful 803 7 2 P«,bad .. 132 0 3

£1238 5 11 Lot 3

C«dls In bond . £3310 2 2

Lot 4

Ccoils in bond £3005 10 3

Lots

Goods in bond . £2747 0 3

LotO

Gooda in bond £1185 12 1 Stock lists may bo seen and forms of tender ob fcdned at our otfice daily, or on the promises, 59 Swanston Btrcct, daily bet» con tbe hours of 9 and 12

noon

N B -To facilitate examination of goods in bond, Customs oRlccrs will bo in attendance at the different bondB on Monday, 18lh lust

N B - No tendei will be entertained unless sub mitted on our tender form, and accompanied by deposit equivalent to 10 per cent of the amount

tendered

ECROYD and DANBY, Trido Assignoo3._ TO bTORLKFbiblth and Otlicre^lu tho TRUST

FSTAfb of T R KEANE, of Branxholme, Store keeper -TENDERS for the F REbHOLD PROPERTY, Stock In Trade, Ac and Book Debts, will bo rooolvod (cither se) ar-itel} or together) at our office, 38 Eliza beth Btreet, Melbourne up to noon on Frida}, 22nd March, 1878, in the follow inc. lots -

Loti

Freehold Propcrtv

Allotment Land (half acre), situated in tho tow n

ßbin of Branxholme, near ralhva} station, on which arc erected store, dw cllinghouso, bake

bullee, mid aUbles

lot 2

Stock in trade, consisting of drapery,

clothing, haberdasher}, Ac £291 10 4 Horses, lmnitEs, waggonette, Ac 95 9 0

«386 10 10

Book debts feood) 140 0 7 Do (doubtful and bad) l63 10 9 Stock lislB may bo Been and forms of tender ob lamed at our ollire, or on tho prcnilscB, Branxholme

TI c usu ii 10 pel cent deposit conditions, Ac

_ FCItOVP and DANBY, Inide Assignees

TENDERS twostorv 1 rick BUILDINGb, Nels in

road, Emerald hill (up to 10th) for Hoiiry Turn bull, Fbq Fl-vns mid specifications nt Naval Briaido Ijotcljsorth Sandridge_

TrNDLRS invited lid ct and Paling Fb\CIVG,

Asplu Ring, Ac , three bouses John Box, arclu igt j6Hh,h Btrcct Prahran_

TLNDI US 1 RhCTION of »i\ roome 1 woo len

House Thoa Boykott, nrclutojt, Orphanage block, UarcnUon street, Luicnud hill.

_Tendere. _

TO MEDICAL MEN-TENDERS WANTED for

tho RESIDENCF, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, DRUGS, Ac, of the late Dr Mercer, Fryerstown Previous to his death ho held tho following appoint- ments, which ore now vacant -Surgeon to Foresters' Court, Fryers, foresters' Court, Vaughan, Medical Attendant boarding out children, Electoral Regis trar, Registrar of Births and Deaths, Government ^occinator There Is also on Oddfellows* Lodge in the town numbering 130 The medical attendant to same lives at Castlemaine A splendid private prac tico can be done, as there is no doctor nearer than

cie,hl miles

Tenders to bo sent to JAMES REID, Esq , Fryers town, on or before tho 30th inst, from whom all particulars can bo obtained_

TtTTATRTllS -In the INSOLVENT ESTATE of

ABRAHAM COHEN NICOLL», of Melbourne, Tailor -TFNDLRS for the STOCK in TRADE, Shop littlnLS, «nd Book Debt« will bo received at our office, 38 Flizabeth street Melbourne, up to noon on Tues

day, 19th March, 1878

Stock in trade, consisting of men's

ond bojB' clothing, hosiery, hats, woollens, trimmings, and Bhop-flt

tin(,B £1735 11 4 Book debts good 111 8 0 Do doubtful 327 13 1 Do bad 77 12 9 Stock lists may bo Boen and forms of tender ob taincd at our office, or on the premises, 78 Swanston street, Melbourne, where the Btock Is now on view

ECROYD ond DANBY, Trade ABsigiioos

N B -No tender will be entertained unless accom

panied by bank draft or marked cheque equal lo 10 lier cent of the amount of tender_ rptNDEItS will Bhortlv bo Invited for tho JL FRFCTION

Of an EPIbCOPAL REBIDFVGE, At Ballarat for tho Lord Bishop

1REDER1GR WYATT, Architect 48 Queen street_

TENDERS will 1 e rceei ed up to the 10th Inst, for

12 mouths SUPPLY of bciccned AA COAL, do livcrcd at our soap and candle works, Sandridge J

Kitchen and SonB 28 Hinders lane west

TLNDI RS RI QUIRr D for ERr CTIÑG throe tbreo

story brick WarchbuscB Post-oilieo placo. Swan Bton street Willi im J Ellis, architect, 100 Eliza beth street_

rpLNDLRb W\MI 1) lor PÁTÑTiÑÜ~"í'apcrhang X Ing, and Whitewashing, Apply 53 Webb street, 1 itzroj_^___-____

rilLNDritb invited for racfcry PIANS 60 St

X David8 street Iitzroj Lowcbt tender not neressarilj actcptcd_ rill NDl ItbCÄTulNn lib WORK-alterations and X additions houtie Puiit-ro.id Apply Southern Brewery, Riehmond near town hall_

Building Materials.

UblltAI ASIAN SAW and MOULÜINO MILL',

COLLINS STREET WLST, Near V, noonan Railvvay-B

Ou S VLE,

At euri cut rales

American clear pine, lumber and sbelv ing I Baltic deals and b ittcns, solid and cut

Oregon and kauri logs and planking

Baltic flooring, lining, and wcathcrboirds Jvauri, pitch pino, and Quebec flooring

American doors, easlics ana ""Sllows complet« Architraves, skirtings, mouldings, Ac

Blackwood and Huon pino, logs and planking Cedar in logs and boards, turnery

Redgum beams, planking, and fencing

Felloes, spokes, ash, beech, and bluegum Galvanised iron spouting, screws, Ac

Builders ¡ronmoiUjCry, whitelead, and oils

Cement and plaster, firebricks and urcclaj, lath J

Joiners' work made to order

Ev cry description of building materials.

_JOHN SHARP and SON

AT CARRON TIMBER YARDS,

tv cn description

Of

BUILDING MATERIALS

At Low est Rates

_T WRIGHT and Co_ Al IOS! III El LIS and Co'B, 65 i linders lane cast,

GAL\ AMSLI) IRON, plain oud currugitcd, at reduced rates, Cost and Galvanised Spouting, Fit tings of every description Water, Gas Bel!, and bpcikine Tubes American Purni«, Urinals, Em mcllcd bmkg, PivmibcrB Braasvvork Ae_ AT COLLINGWOOD bAW MILLS, near Parliament

house, C and J Smith have on SALE every description of BUILDING MATERIALS, for town, country trade, or shipment_

Al SlI-PHLUD S PATENT. COMPOSITION PAVE

MEM COMPANr (Limited)-Cheapest foot paths, yards floors Particulars omeo 59 Queel

ALCOCh and Co hav o for S \Lr. Cedar, Blackw cod,

and Kauri BOARDS, suitable for carriage and boat builders, cabinetmakers Ac Saw mills, Russell st ENAMfLLLD, Galvnnisod, and Cist iron SINKb,

white and gold Lav atones, various designs Kennedy, Importer, 108 Eil-ibelli strcot_ CEDAR LOGS, houric Logs, Blackwood Logs, on

SALE, lowest rates Phusiiix Saw Mills, Bourke Blrcot James Port_ GALVAMSFD Corrugated IRON, Cast and Gal

vanlsedSpouting, Load, Compo Lowest rates

Currie and Richards, 307 I lu-bctlmtreet_ GALVANISED IRON, plain ond corrugated, all

lengths and gauges M'Lean Brothers and Rigg, importers, Elizabeth street_

ÂLVANIbÉD IRON, plain and corrugated, all

lengths and gauges riios Woiburtou, im porter, 23 Bpurke Btrect west_

GALVANIbLD and cast iron Sl'OUUNG aud Fit

tings, Sheet Lead, ¿inc Tlios Warburton, 23 Bourke street west_

JAMES POM and COMPANY

Invite Inspection of their

CORRUGATED IRON, 20 gati(,o, £24 a ton, Wire Nails, IA to 4in , 20s fiercwt , Flooring, tongucd and grooved, Ox 1J, 10s Od , 6 x ï 9s Od per 100 feet

Corner Collins and hing stree-_ MARBLE and tnâniënëd CHIMM YI'II CES,

Minion s liles Marble and Granito Monuments, Chambers and Gutten, Lonsdale Btreet eist _

n X" ï E Ö E A s s _BROOKS, ROBINSON, and Co_ S LAI lb Sheet lead, Galvanised Iron, ull kinds

Building Materials, reduced rates. Gregory s timber vard, William street

w

MoroUandlso.

A BOON to BLACKSMITHS-Patent michino

washed SLACK, freo from sulphur and other impurities, greatly facilitates work Ai,eut, P Lang will, 04 Flinders juno west_

Lb Highest Class PAPEKHANGINGS, fordrawing

rooms, diningrooir-, Ac , obtainable of tho im porter, C Carter, Quccn-strcet_

Choitc assortment PAPERHAVGINGS from various manufacturers Prices greatlj reduced

\ W S Smith, importer, 68 Elizabeth street_

"A bingle Case (ci_ht gollonsn>cst KEROSENE for __. 14B net cash James Port Co , Collins-street

BLASTING and Sporting POW DER - Pigou,

W llks and Law renco (Limited)-unequalled, on SAI E M'Lean Bros and Rigg, Melbourne_

CO L M A N ' S AZURE BLUE

Laundresses and Families

Will find this

SQUARE BLUE

Stronger than any other of similar foi in,

Brilliantly clear in solution,

Imparts a lustrous hue to fabnes,

And

Is most economical in use

Ask for

Colman'e Azuro Blue, in squares

JAMES SERVICE and Co , agents_ CHANDELIERS and Gasflttinge, new designs, Beer

Engines, American Pumps, Lavatories John Danks, 42 Bourke street._ CHANDELIERS nnd Oasllttings, Globes Largo

shipment«, newest designs Thos Warburton, 23 Bourko street w est _

DYNAMITE -Nobel s Genuino, manufactured by

tho British D) llanillo Company (Limited) M'Lean Bros and Rigg solo Australian agents_ F

GLYCERINE, chemically puro, for SALL, at 9d

per lb Apollo Candió Compony Samples supplied upon application

INDENTS -Tho undersigned EXECUTE INDENTS

for goods of ovary description James Borrico and Co_

IRON PIPES, block und galvanised Water Motors,

Lead and Compo Pipe Thos Warburton, 23 Bourke sticet west_ IRON PIPL, block and galvanised, Load Pipe, Brass

and Copper Pipe John Danks, 42 Bourko street JAMES TURNER and SON,

117 Collins stroot W cat,

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

EXECUTE INDENTS

LITHO FRACTEUR

GERMAN and AUSTRALIAN

L1THOFRACTEUR, KREBS and Co s Potent,

Is the strongest, safest, and most effective

explosiv o known Agents and Manufacturers,

_JONES, SCOTT, and Co_

LIM1 JUICE on SALE by the undersigned R

Montgomery and Co , 40 and 42 Little Collins

street west

0

N SAL

By tho undersigned - Earllienvvore, china, and glassware Kerosene, lampwaro Cutlery, EP ware

Brushwaro

Printing and wrapping papers, stationary, inks Potent and proprietary medicines Perfumery

Cricketing materials

iancy goods, musical boxes, concertinos Pianos, harmoniums (various) Toys and basketwaro

American and French docks Tobacconists goods, Ac

LEVY BROTHERS and Co,

32 Elizabeth Btrect, Melbourne

Catalogues on application _ YjURiri-D COKE Most economical ainoltitig fuel

X Analysis shows moro carbon and less ash tlun best Eii(,tish brands Agent, P Langvv ill, 01 Flinders lone west_-___________ rpiALPHONEb telephones -Tu Mining M inagora, X Sou liters and Others -GAUNTS Warruitod iirst class TEIXI'HONLS, in Btock. for SALE, JOs lier pair These instruments hav o been tested, and are found to (,ivo the utmost satisfaction T Gaunt, optician, 14 Boiukc street east, Royal Arcade_

WJ GREIG and C O

« Havo ON SAI D

CALCUTTA F W CORNSACKS (in bond),

Salmon (McglerB), lib tins. Caudles (DRO)

Cu minti

& Hallo!Commerce.

M

Marali MUMBO.

S T R É £ T £ R, l8 NEW BOOT) STREET,

LONDON, W,

JEW ¿~L L E R '

l8 carot GOÜTEARRINGS,

From £2 to £50,

Set with Gems

18-carat Cold BRACELETS,

IVom £7 to £300, Set with Gems.

l8 carat Gold LOCKETS,

From £6 to £100,

Set with Diamonds

l8 carat Gold COLLARETTES

And

NECKLACES,

From £10 to £100,

bet with Gems

" The Timc8" says

"Mr Streeter marks upon bia goods the quality of the told, which ia a trno guarantee "

Mr

PRI7E CUPS, in Silver from £3 to £500

CHRISTENING SETS, do~ from £2 to £100

WEDDING PRESENTS, do from £5 to £500 TEA SETS, in Silver, four plews, from £30 to £100

Note -All new silver goods exported from England ire subject to a " drawback, or Customs allowance, oils ed ]ier ounce Buyers ordering direct from Mr Streeter arc lu t\cry case cudltcu with the full

amount so received

The Jewellery Business now carried on at

l8 NEW BOND SIHFET W ,

is the third oldest established amongst tho Court Jewellers of Fneland It was first established in

Bevis Marks, In the City of London, during the 17th ccutuiy, was afterwards removed and carried on

Wl ST FN D JEW LLLER S

lu llanover wniart. and from thence to

l8 NEW BOND sr.tLI T W ,

And

Wainnts of Appointment were given during the

reigns of

Gc< rgc III, I W illnm IV , and George IV , | Queen \ ictoria,

As Jewellers, Goldsmit is, and W itchmakcrs

"PRECIOUS STONES and GFMS, '

By

LDVWN V, hlRIFTLR

An E\! austiv e and Practical IS ork for the Merchant,

ComiolfaKur, or the Private Bil}er

Richly Illustrated

Dan} ev«, cloth 18s , whole calf, 27s

I RESS CRITICISMS

Pull Mall Gmxttc - Of sptu ii significance to tile purchaficvi of Jewels '

Saturda} Review-'Tile valuable part of Mr Streeter a book relates to tilt diamond producing

countries

Graphic -" IB a speciality among tho crowd of books about precious stones '

Illustrated London News-"Has been compiled

with much diliLcnt research '

BulllcnlBt - ' }; an authority of deserved wcifcht "

" GOLD. '

By the same Autln r

The SECOND EDITION

(Fifth Thousand) NOW READY Paper covers, 2s

Cloth, 3s

CHAPMAN and HALL,

London And of

Mr STREETER,

_l8 New Bond Street, London_

WIRE -Samson and other F euee WIRES Largo

shipments constantly arriving M'Lcan Bros and Rif,g, Ironmongers, Elizabeth street_ WAIHI MbTLRS, Sluice valves, lire plugs,

Hydrant«, cast and wrought Iron Pipes John Danks, 42 Bourke street

_Machinery._ A DAVID MUNRO and Co's,

Largo Stock of

ENGINES and MACHINERY

Of every description I trending purchasers are In vitcd to inspect Bamc Catalogues and estimates furnished, also, drawings, when necessary

Those v ho arc not lu a position to PURCHASE may enter Into arrangements fir HIRING any of our machinery, and havo tho right to purchase same within a convenient time When this right Is oxer cised, all previous payments (both for deposit and renta) are reckoned as port of the purchase money

Address

DAVID MUNRO and Co ,

154 Queen street,

Melbourne

Machinery Mordíante, Importers of Engines (ol

nil powers), Thresncrs, Grinding Machinery, Self binding Reapers, and all other labour saving appliances, Manufacturers of Sawing and Winding Machinery, Centrifugal and other _Pumps, Cranes, Horse works, Windmills, Ac

A O CORBETT and SON,

. 16 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE,

And Dana street, Ballarat,

Havo on SALE, or for HIRE,

With Right of Purchase Extending Over 1 cars,

MINING and SAWING MACHINERY

MARSHALLS PORTABLE ENGINES,

Portable'Cranea, Crab winches, Boring rods, Ac _Illustrated catalogues on application_

4. T JOHN BLYTH and Co 's

X. Huston and Proctor's portablo engines, 8,10,12,

14, and 10 horse power Threshing machines

Cast iron gas and water pipes, 3, 4, 0, 7, 9, and 13

Inch

Horizontal cngino, by Pollock and M'Nab, 18in

c} Under, 8tt stroko Agricultural machinery

_Comer Collins and W ililam Btrccts

ALEXR SUTHERLAND and Co have on

BALE

\ crtlcal and Horizontal Steam Engines, 71n to 181n c} linders, Screw cutting Lathes, Drilling Machines for hand and eteam power, Boiler Tubes, Gallowa} Tubes, Gas Tubes and Fittings, Punching Bears, Engineer's Braesware, Boiler Plates, Shoot Iron, Bowling Plates, Steam, Feed, and Safety Valves, English Leather Belts and Laces, Wilson's Donkey Pumps, Gunther^ Smiths Fans, Cost Iron W ater Pipes (flange and fauclt), N B Indiarubbcr, Ac _

ARTHUR HOPE, Engineer and Machiner} Agent,

Yarra bank Bouth Controctora plant, atone breaking machinery, storage, Ac_

c

LAHKL S PATbNT PULSOMbTbK

The Best and Cli*post

STEAM PUMP

In

The W orld,

Requiring no F ngino

Any size may be obtained

CHARLES ERNEST CLARKE,

Sliarebrokcr,

_34 Collina street west, Melbourne_ (AKNTR1FLGAL PUMPS to 30 000gal per minuto

.' Steam-engines, any power Wright and Edwards, 101 LittloBourke-Btrect west_

¡OR SALE, cheap, Portablo ENG1NF, six horne

power, Maize crusher, set Hydraulic Pumpa Eastwood's, 67 Elizabeth street north_ INJECTORS, Steam ValvcB, WilsonsDonkcyPumps,

Special Steam Pumps, Roacoe s Lubricators John Danks, 42 Bourke-strcct west_

IN IN G ROPES-New all B Bessemer, Cruclblo.

and Improved Steel and Charcoal iron Agents, Henry P W elch and Co_

F

M R

OBISON BROTHERS aud Co,

ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS,

Coppersmiths, Brassfoundcrs, Plumbers,

31 Flinders street nest,

IMPORTERS of

Sheet copper and brass, copper and brass tubes,

wrought iron gas and water tube, boiler tubes, hydraulic tubes , pumps for hand, horse, wind mill, water, or steam power, antifriction metal, water meters, hjdraulic, vacuum, and steam gauges, lcathor belting, diving apparatus, Bhcct rubber and Insertion, rubber and canvas hose, engine packing, stocks and dies, plumbers and cuginocra' brasswork, hop presses, malt mills, pipo vyces and wrenches, tubo brushes, boiler felt, donkey pumps, &c

MANUFACTURERS of

Steam engines and boilers, tallow vats, hydraullo

and American hoists, hydraulic presses and Ílumps, hydraulic rams, steam condensers, in

cctore, ejectors, feed water heaters, lubricators, sluieo vahes, fireplugs, hydrants, copper stills, bollera, attomponvtorB, steam coils, mashing machines, Bteam distributors, brlno pumpB, and ov cry description of machinery

Shoot Lead, Lead and Coiuix) Pipes

_Repaire executed at low est rates_ THE FULTON FOUNDRY COMPANY (Limited),

Melbourne,

MANUFACTURE ENGINES, Boilers, Mining Plants, Flour mills. Sa» mills, Centrifugal and other Pumps, H) draulic Presses and Hoists, Wool Presses, Ac

ARTIFICIAL TEETH -Cheapest and best, material

and workmanship guarantcod Mr Fmanuol, dentist (established 1806) Smith Btrcet, Collingwood

ARTIFICIAL TEETH- Davis and Belllng'B system

surpasse« ull others for economy, durability, mas tlcation, and natural appearance_

RT1F1UAL tfbETH -Prizo Modal, vulcanite,

10a Od each , sets, £5 6s Davis and Belling, 04 Collins Btrcct, opposite Town hall_

RTIFICIÁL TEETH-Misfitting pieces re modelled and made equal to new Davis and Belling, dentists, 64 CollloB Btrcet_ /CAPTAIN BURNABY, in his HIDE to KHIVA, \j Bays (Pago 13) -

1 Two pairs of boots lined with fur woro also taken, and lor physic- with which ¡t is as vv eil to bo supplied when travelling in out-of tho way places - sorao quinine and Cocklo s Pills, tho latter a mostlnvaluablo medicino, and ono which I have used on the natives of central Africa with tho greatest possible success In fact, the mort olloufl effects produced upon tho mind and body of an Arab Sheik, who was impervious to all native medicines, when I administered to him flvo

COCKLES PILLS,

will never fade from m} memor} , and a friend of mine who passed through tho Bamo district many months of terw arda, informed mc that my famo as a ' medicina man had not died out, but that tlio mar vcllous cure wusovcti then a themoof conversation in the bazaar_ CERTAIN CURF (J lUntcd) tor RlirUM VUGS and

Liver Complaints H S Campbell herbalist, 152 Little Collins street west Hood and Co , agents, 147 Elizabeth btrcct Melbourne____

ÍBSOÑ ¡Tíñlstolit REIILI for lOOTIIACIIl, and

Gibson s Neuralgic Cure 03 Collins Btrcct, aud 141 L}},on street Cirllon_

OOD S CORN SOL VF NT-the only cure for corns Price"« Oil Hood and Co , 147J; lizabcth street^ ÎTCUMMING, bürgern Dentist lias RI MOVÍ D

Irom Swanston atreet to 103 Cullins street cast

t A M 10WN SIND, Dentist, 124 Collins

Street cast

M: M

Medical,

AUTION.-To Shippers and Others.-BISHOP'S

GRANULAR EFFERVESCENT CITRATE of MAGNESIA.- Whereas the original inventor of the above celebrated saline draught bia discovered that large quantities of an inferior preparation liavo been shipped to the colonies and c-cwhoro, purporting to be of Mr. Bishop's manufacture, and bearing labels similar to those registered and Issued by him: Notice Is hereby given, that tho genuine Bishop's Granular Effervescent Citrate of Magnesia is manufactured by the undersigned only, and shippers arc cautioned to Ecc tbot each label bears the trado-mark and full address of Alfred Bishop, manufacturing chemist, 17 Speck's-flclds, Mile-end Newtown, London. Agents Melbourne : FELTON, GRIMWADE, and Co., mid all chemists and merchants._

COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS

In use by ali classes

SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS.

_l8 New Ormond-strcct, London._

COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS.

In use tho lost 78 years for

INDIGESTION.

In boxes at Is. 1 jd., 2a. Od., 4s. Od., and 11s.

COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS.

In use the last 78 years for BILIOUS AFFECTIONS.

In boxes at IB. ljel., 2a. Dd., 4s. Od., and 11s.

OCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS.

In use tho last 78 years for

LIVER COMPLAINTS.

In boxes at Is. ljd., 2s. Od., 4s. Cd , and Us.

OR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."

c

F

CLARKE'S

WORLD-FAMED BLOOD-M*XTURE.

Trade Mark-"Blood Mixture."

The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and RESTORER,

For CLEANSING and CLEARING the BLOOD from all impurities, cannot bo too highly recom-

mended.

For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Bores of any kind, it is a never-failing and permanent cure.

It Cures Old Sores

Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs

Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face Cures Scurvy Sores

Cures Cancerous Ulcers

Cures Blood ond Skin Diseases Cures Glandular Swellings

Clears the Blood from all Impure Matter, From whatever cause arising.

As this mixture Is pleasant to the tasto, and war« ranted free from anything injurious to the most deli- cate constitution of either sex, the proprietor solicits ? sufferers to give it a trial to test its value.

THOUSANDS of TESTIMONIALS from all Parts.

Sold In Bottles 2s. Cd. each, and in Cases, containing six times the quantity, 11s. each-sufficient to effect a permanent cure in tlie great majority of long.Btaiiding cases.-By all CHEMISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS throughout the world, or sent to any ad- dress on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by F. J. CLARKE, chemist, High-street, Lincoln, England.

Melbourne : Felton, Grimwade, and Co., E. and M. Keogh, llcinnions and Co., W. Ford and Co., Whole

sale Druggists._ _

MR. BAMFORD Is tho only qualified Dentist to

administer the Uughiug gas.

TEF.TH EXTRACTED painlessly while the patient is

under ita influence.

Fee, 103. lid. 97 Colllns-strcct cart.

M~ RT~IIENItY_CART_It, Dentist, Collins-stroct,

having recovered from his long illness, RE- SUMES PRACTICE as usual.

M"

NERVOUSNESS,

WEAKNESS,

PIMPLES in the FACE,

LOSS of MEMORY,

MENTAL DEPRESSION.

All thoso Buffering from the above ailments should apply, before it is too late and irremediable, to Dr. L. L. Smith, who is tho only legally qualified medical man In tho Australian colonies practising solely on these diseases and their origin.

Foe by letter, £1.

Dr. L. L. SMITH, Collins-street, Melbourne.

"VTERVOUS DEBILITY, General Weakness, and _. 1 Special Weakness cured by Hood's Phosphorus PILLS. Hood, chemist, 147 Elizabeth-street,_

PAGE WOODCIOCK'S WIND PILLS.

Good for the Cure of WIND on tho STOMACH.

Good for tho Curo of INDIGESTIONandlleartbum. Good for the Curo of SICKHEADACUE and Bilious

ness.

Good for tho Cure of LIVER COMPLAINT, and all Complaints arising from a disordered stato of the Stomach, Bowols, or Liver.

Sold by all medicino vendors in boxes at Is. lid., 2s. Od., ond 4s. each. Solo propriotor, PAGE D. WOOD- COCK, St. Faith's, Norwich, England.

Melbourne Agents-FELTON, GRIMWADE, and Co. PICK-ME-UP-Dr. Gorrod's, great English gout

physician. Bottles, 2s. bel.; sample dose, l8. Above Royal._

RHEUMATIC MIRACLE, guaranteed cure for ncuto

Rheumatism. Removes paiu after third dose. Cures in one day._

RHEUMATIC MIRACLE.-Bottles, 6s. 85 Bourko

street cost, abovo Theatre Royal. Certain euro iii one_day._ SAÑMORA, best aperient for children, cures bilious-

ness, destroys worms. Sold by all cliemists. IB. and 2s. bottles._ SALICYLIC SOAP prevents contagion, cures erup-

tions, softens tho skin. Tho best and most useful toilet soap._,

THE FOLLOWING

Ison

EXTRACT from a LETTER

Dated 15th May, 1872, from an old inhabitant of

Horaingshiun, near Worminster, Wilts :

" I must also beg to say that your Pills are an ex- cellent medicine for mc, and I certainly do enjoy good health, sound Bleep, and a good appetite ; tins is owing to taking your pills. I am 78 years old.

" Remaining, gentlemen, yours very respectfully, To the proprietors of "L.8."

NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS, London.

THE INVIGORATOR, guaranteed cure for

NERVOUS DEBILITY and all diseases appertain ing thereto. Bottles, 108., 20s., 27s._ THE INVIGORATOR, most powerful tonic to

nervous system and debilitated frame. Bourkc Btreet, above Theatre Royal._ THE INVIGORATOR.-Greatest discovery by

Renault, Parisian chemist. Guaranteed euro nervous debility. Opposite Academy of Music.

VINCENTS FULLER'S EARTH SOAP cures

chapped hands, softer- and whitens the skin. Strongly recommended. Sold everywhere._

WELL WORTHY of NOTICE as a

CERTAIN CURE

For Bilious ond Liver Complaints, Indigestion, Wind, Si-sms, Foul Breath, NcrvouB Depression, Irri lability, Lassitude, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sour Eructations, Lovvness of Spirits with sensation of fullness at the pit of the stomach, Giddi- ness, Dizziness of tho Eyes, Ac,

Dr. SCOTTS BILIOUS and LIVER PILLS

STAND UNRIVALLED.

AB a General Family Ajioricnt Medicino they have so equal, being mild in their operation, and grateful to the stomach, they givo a healthy tono and vigour to the different secretions, causing tlie necessary organs of the stomach and liver to resume their activity, thus restoring the appetite, promoting digestion, and strengthening tho whole system.

They can Do taken at any timo without restraint from business or pleasure, hence they oro a most valuable domestic medicine. Heads of households should always havo a box of these pills by them, to resort to on uny slight occasion of oiling on tho part of thoso under their charge, as by paying attention to the regular action of tho stomach, liver, and bowels many a severe illness ia avoided or mitigated. Thoy will be found in blight coses by a sing's doso to restore health to tho body, with a happy fr-_o of

mind.

Prepared only by W. Lambert, IA Vcro-streot, London, W., England. In Bottles ONI.Y, ;s. ljd. and 2s. Od. Sold by all chemists.

IMPORTANT CAUTION.-Be sure to ask/or "Dr. Scott's Bilious and Liver Pills," in a green bottlo. wrapped in green popcr, and having tho nomo aim

address,

WILLIAM LAMBERT,

B King William Street, Charing Cross,

engraved on the Government stamp. Do not, there- fore, purchase without seeing the Govornmont sUmji

over the cork of the bottle.

Product), Provisions, tee

E

"By a thorough knowledge of tho natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri- tion, and by a careful application of tho fine proper- ties of well-selected coooa, Mr. Eppa has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured boverago which may savo us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by tho judiclouB uso of such articles of diet that a con- stitution may be gradually built up, until strong enough to resist ovcrj* tendency to disease. Hundreds of subUc moladles aro floating around us, ready to attack wherever thoro is a weak point. Wo may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping oumelvcs well fortified with pure blood ond a properly nourlslvod frame."-Seo article in tho " Civil Scrvico Gazette,"

Modo simply with boiling water or milk. . In packets and tins (lib. and lib.) labelled !

JAMES El'l'S and Co.,

HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMISTS,

48 Threadnccdle-strect, and 170 Piccadilly.

Works-EuBton-rood, ond Camden Town, London.

JOHN MOIR ^ññd SON,

London and Aberdeen.

MOIR'S GENUINE SCOTCH ORANGE MARMA

LADE,

In lib. and 21b. tins. MOIR'S FRESH HERRINGS,

In lib. tins.

MOIR'S RED HERRINGS,

In 2 doz. tine.

MOIR'S KIPPERED HERRINGS,

In lib. tins.

MOIR'S HERRINGS a la SARDINES,

In lib. tins.

MOIR'S FINDON HADDOCKS,

In lib. tins. MOIR'S UNG,

In lewt. tin-lined eases.

Head Offices:

GLASSHOUSE FIELDS, BROOK-STREET,

_LONDON E._,_ rpEÑ EXHIBITION PRIZE MEDALS. X FRY'S COCOA. i

FRY'S CARADAS COOOA, In packets and tins, specially rccommondod by tho manu. facturers, ÍB prepared from tho celebrated Cocoa of Caracas, combined with other choleo descriptions.

" A most delicious ond valuable article"-" Standard.', I TV R Y ' 8 O O O O' A.

1 FRY'S EXTRACT of COCOA, In Tins.

"Really consists of Cocoa Nlba deprived of super. fluouB oil, than which, If properly prepared, thoro Is no nicer or more wholcsomo preparation of Cocoa." -" Food, Water, and Air."-Dr. HASSALL._

FRY'S COOOA.

FRY'S HOMOOPATIIIO COCOA, in , .? packets mid tins, is an article strongly

recommended by many eminent modi- , cal men, and is udmirably adapted for ilomccopathic patients, invalids, and

for consumers generally.

J. S. FRY omi SONS, BRISTOL and LONDON,

Storage.

JONES'S BOND, Falls-bridge-Room for all klndiof

merchandise, travolling cranes, Falrbonk's stan- dard weighbridge, first-class cellarage. Lowest rates. YlCTOtff.C FREE -TORES.-FREE GOODS ro

cilved at LOWEST RATES. No hazardous gooda taken, W. and li. Hicks, Bourkostreet west.

Government Advertisements.

TENDERS arc hereby Invited, and will bo received until noon of Wednesday, the 24th April, 1878, for the CONVEYANCE of Post-offleo MAILS as under mentioned, from the 1st July, 1878 for one or three years, to 30th June, 1879, or 30th June, 1881, on terniB and conditions mentioned lu the "Government Gazette of the 1st March, 1878

SERVICES RF QUIRED

292. To and from the post-office and the railway station. Echuca four times a day

283 To and from Echuca and Ulupna by way of Lower Moira, Barmah, Picola (Adams's) Barwo (Moran'B), Upper Moira, Ulupna West, Koorong, Coonanna, and Ulupna East, two days a week, with a bran ch to and from Picola and Barwo (Kostadt s) tw o days a week

The contractor maybe required to remain at Ulupna for 48 hours or longer, if thought necessary by the

department

294 To and from Echuca and Shepparton, by wny of Tongala, Wyuna Undera, Mooroopna North, and Mooroopna, three days a week

205 To and from Wyuna aud Kyabram East, two

days a week

200 To and from Wyuna and Taripta, two days a

297 To and from Echuca and Wharparilla, two da}S

a week

208 To and from Echuca and Echuca East, six days

a vi eck

269 To and from Wharparilla and Terrick Terrick, vlu Roy als and Terrick Terrick F-ast, two days a w eck

300 To and from Terrick Terrick and Pyramid hill, two days a week

301 To and from Terrick Terrick and Durham Ox, via I }nnild hill and 1 arrawnlla

302 To ond from lyramidhill and Macorna, two

days a week

303 To ond from Echuca and Torrumbarry, two

days a week

304 To and from Torrumbarry and Cohuna, by way of Gunbower and Fxdiuiuni, two days ii week

305 To and from Cohuna and Gaunawarrah, two

d i} s a week

306 To and from Cohuna and Kerang, two days a

week

307 To and from Flmore and Mitiamo, by way of tile Farmers Arms, Kamarooka station, Milloo, and 1 attcrson s, two or three davs a week

308 To and from Flmore and Murchison by way of Colbinabbin, Campaspe and Rushworth, thrco days

a week

309 To and fiom Elmore and Corop, Blx da}S a

week

310 To and from Rochester and Terrick Terrick, by vva\ of Paimamabawn Pine Grove, Panno Milloo, and Mitiamo two or three dayB a week

311 To and from Rochester and Top Creek, thrco davs a week, and to and trim Top Creek and h}a i 1 mm (Meehan B), vii 1 a rk Plains behool, tw o da} s a

week

d12 To and from Rochester and Diggora, twodi}a

a w eck

313 To and from Rochester and Timmering three days a week

314 To and from Toriptaand Kyabram, twodaysn

week

315 To and from Goornong Railway Station and Barnedown six days a week and to and from Barne down vii Muskelry and Toolleen, two davs a week

310 To and from the post otlko and railwaystation, Sandhurst, as often as required, including the con vc}ance of a lettci carrier

Covered vehicles to be used

317 For the clearance of the letter and newspaper boxes in Sandhurst now established, o- any tliat may be opened during the currency of the contract, twieo a day, including the come}ance of a letter carrier

Covered vehicles to be used

Hie number of new boxcB to be opened during any oni* year not to exceed Blx

318 To and from Sandhurst and Huntly, by way of the White Hills and Epsom, Bix days a week

319-From Sandhurst to Eaglehawk, by way of Long Gully and California Gully, once a day , and from Eaglehawk to Sandhurst, by same route, twice a

da}

320 To and from Sandhurst and Tarnagulla, by way of Golden square. Kangaroo flat, Lockwood, Shelbourne East, W oodstock on Loddon, Newbridge, nnd Moidcntown, six da}a a week

321 To and from Sandhurst and Kangaroo flat, by way of Golden squoro, six da}s a week

822 To and from Sandhurst and Heathcote by way of Axcdnlo and Wild Duck Creek, three da}s a

week

823 To and from Sandhurst and Emu Creek, by way of Strathfieldsaye, six days a week and to and from Emu Creek and Manduiang, thrco days a

week

324 To and from Sandhurst and Raywood, byway of Long Gull), California Gull} Faglehawk Myers

flat, S}dney flat. Sebastian, and Neilborough, si\ days

3"5 To and from Sandhurst and Diamond hill, via Golden Gully, pix da}s a week

320 To anil from Sol astlan and Campbell s Torcst, three da}s a week

327 To and from Raywood and Kamarooka, three da}sa week

328 To and from Raywood and balook, two da} s a

week

329 To and from Kangaroo flat Post office and Rail wn} Station, twice a da}

330 To and from Shelbourne and East Shelbourne, three days a week

331 To and from Ravenswood and Kangaroo flat, via Big hill, Bix da} s a week

332 To and from Inglewood and Powlett Plains, two days a week

333 lo and from Inglewood and Rheola, by way of Kingower, six da}s a week

834 To and from Rheola and Orville, six da}s a

week

335 To and from the post-onice and the railvva} station Inglewood, four times a da}

830 To and from Towlctt Plaina and Boort, vii Kinne}i aniel and Fernihurst, two days a week, and o and from Boort and W}cheiella, once a week

337 To and from Inglewood and Durham Ox by way of Serpentine Creek and Jarklin, six days a week and to and from Durham Ox and Swan hill, via Kenn g three or «i\ days a week

The malls to be come}ed at night If required Time to be occupied not to r\ceed 17 hours

338 lo and from Swan lull and 1 uston, by way of Pvangil Narang, and Vi j rlong once a week one day

allowed ft r lourney between Swan hill and Euston

380 To and from Euston and Wentworth, by way of Tail allen, Mildura and the Mission Station oncoa week one day allowed for tho Journey bet«ecu Luston and Wentworth

34 To and from Durham Ox and Hayanmi, via *iarrawalla, tvvodt}sawcck

341 io and from Dm hain Ox and Boort, two days

a week

342 To and from Boort and Barrapoort, vii Wood lands, oncea week

343 To and from Avoca and Stawell, by wa} of Joel Joel, Moonambel, and Landsborough, six davs a week, with a brunell to and from Joel Joel and Greens Creek, three da}s a week

344 To and from Moonambel and St Arnaud b} way of Rcdb uik, Hinds, und Stuartmill, BK da} s a

week

845 To and from Lanusboroiifeh and Cantcrbur}, by way of Navarre and Barkly three days a week

340 lo and from Moonambel and Warrenmang, vii Kimberly, thrco da}s a week

347 To and from St Arnaud and Donald, by wa} of Cope Cope, six days a week, and to and from Donald and Morton Plains twice a wcok via Corack, und once a w eck v ift Moor B (W est side of Lako Buloke)

348 To and from Copo Cope and Swan Water Rest, three days a week

340 lo and from Dunolly and New Inglewood, by wayo! Waanyarra, Tarnagulla, and Maldontown, six

da}Ba week

360 To and from St Arnaud and Gre gre, vii Darkbonco, onco a week

S51 To and from Dunolly and Burke a Flat, by way of Inkerman, Moliagul M'Iiit}ros, Rheola and Wehla, six dn}S a week and to and fromBurkos Hat and Avoca Forest, three da}s a week Night service ¡f required

352 To and from St Arnaud and Charlton East, by way of Yawong and Yowong Springs, threo da}sa week, with a branch to and from Nicholl s Station and Conover, two da}s a wock

353 To and from Dunollv and St Arnaud, by w-iy of Goldsborough Reef, Bealiba and Carapooee six days a week Despatch from Dunolly on arrival of first mail from Melbourne If required

854 To and from-the post-office and railway station, Dunolly, four tinieB a day

3Sf lo and from Gooroc and St Arnaud, two days

a week

350 To and from Gooroc and Mount Wycheproof, via Wooroonoke oncea week

357 To and from W errocknabeal and Donald, onco

a week

858 To and from Donald and Witchipool, by way of Doherty s, two da}8 a week

850 To and from Donald and Laen, once a wock

360 To and from Donald and Charlton East, by way of Mount Jeffcott Postotlico and Lake W ooroonokc, two days a week

301 To and from Inglewood and Wedderburn, by way of Old Inglewood, t x daya a week

The mails maybe despatched from Inglewood at mldnifcht

362 To and from Vi edderburn and Charlton East,

six davs a week

The mullB may bo despatched from Wedderburn on arrival of mails from Inglewood

363 To and from Chai Ron Last and Buckrabanule, two days a week

364 To and from Wedderburn and Boort, by way of Mysia and Wvchctella, onco a week

305 To and from Charlton East and Towaninnie by way of \\} clicproof (Cooper's) Buni;ecluko and Bun tecluko North, two days a week

360 To and from W}cheproof (Coopers) and Fort Cameron, two days a wcok

307 To and from Bungceluke and Nlno}cunook,

two davs a week

308 To and from W yeheproot (Cooper's) and Mount W} cheproof, tw o da} s a w eck

369 lo and from tlio post-office and the raliway station, Stawell, five times a da}

370 To and from Stawell West and Stawell, once a

du}

371 To and from Stawell and Horsham, Ivy way of Stawell West, Deep Lead, Ledcourt, Drung-drung, and BoL,a Lukes, Blx days a week

Despatch from Stawell shortly after arrival of mall from Ararat If required

372 To and from Stawell and Glenorchy, six days a

wcok

878 To and from Glenorchy and Longerenong, by wai} of Ashens, throe days a week

374 To ond from Glenorchy and Ruiianvup, thro« days a week, and to and from bingungwiiland Rupan y up via Tarkcdla and Minyip three da} sa week, i

376 To and from Rupanyup and Burrereo, two

days a week

870 To and from Glenorchy and Donald by wny of Callawadda, Warranooke, Cars Plains, Wirchilleba, Wallaloo, Marnoo, Banyena Plains Banyena Post office, Avon Plains, and Rich Avon bast, three days a

week

377 To andj from Gre gre and Avon Plains Post office, b} wa} of Trainor s Lagoon, onco a wook

378 lo and from Horsham and Longerenong, two da}Bivweck, to and from Longerenong and Murtoa, three days a week with a branca to and from Longcre nong und Green Hills, two days a week , and to and from Murtoa and Kewell, two ¡JayB a week

370 lo and from Horsham and Lako Oorong by way of Jung Jung Dooen Kcllallae, Kewell, Wer rael nabeal, and Brim, two days a week

380 To and from Horsham and Dimbooln, via Pimpinio, throe days a week , and to and from Dim boola and Lake Hindmarsh, via Morai lui Station F bencrer, tw o day s a vv celt

Malls mny bo despatched from Horsham aflci arrh al

of mail from Stawell

381 To and from Horsham and Apsley by w ly of Vectis, Natimuk Creek, Tooan, Sprint bill, "print,

bank, Pleasant Banks, Rose B inks, Lemon Springs, and Bringalbert two di

The Journey 1 etween Horsham and Aps ey to be pcrforoitd In one da)

Government Advci-Lscmcnts.

382 To and from Horsham and Wonwondah two dar» a wick

383 To and from Horsham and Wcrrackuabeal, vi.l Kalkee, Sailors Home, Kewell Weat, Pattersons, Cannum, and Cannum State School, two da j s a week

384 To and from Lake Hindmarsh and Wonga Lake, by way ol Nypo and Albacutya, once a week

385 To and from Dimboola and Lawloit, by wa j of Lochiel, Nhill, Kiata (Batcson's), Mount Elgin, and Drnmbanaghcr, two days a week

386 To and from Dimboola and Lockhart, by w*aj of Glenlee, Lorquon, Y'anack a Yonack, B-rook, Bunyip, Yarrock and Cove, once a week

387 T« and from tho post-oflko and the railway station, Avoca, four times a day

SE8 To and from Avoca and Ararat,-by way of Amphitheatre, Elmhurst, Eversley, and Crowlands,

six days a week

389 To ond from Avoca ond Nattie Yallock, three days a week

390 To and from Avoca and Percydale, six days a

veck

301 To and from Bung Bong Railwaystation and Bung Bong Post-office three day s a w eek

392 To and from tho post-office and tho railway ¡tallon, Talbot six timos a doy

393 To ond from Talbot and Evansford, six days a

week

394 To and from Talbot and Amherst sl\ days a

neck

395 To and fiom Talbot and Majorca, bj woy of Narrigal, six dujB a week

390 To and from Talbot and Emu Reef, two days a

week

397 To and from Talbot and Dunach, si\ d iys a

neck

308 To and from Talbot and Mount Gicenock, by way of Rocky Hat, six days a week

399 To and from Mount Greenock and Mount Camiron, three dajs a week

400 To and from the post office and the rulvvay station, Clunes, Blx times a day

401 To and from Clunes and Glendaruel, bv woy of Tourello and Mount Beckworth, six days a week

402 To and from Clunes and Glengower, by way of Lord Clyde and Middle Creek, six day s a week

403 To and from the post office and tho nUway station. Creswick, scv en times a day

404 'lo olid from Creswick and Coghill s Creek, bj waj of Bald Hills, Graham ti hill, and A6oot, six days

a week

405 To and from Creswick and Rocky Lead, by way ol Happy \ alley and Dean, six days a wick

400 To and from Crcsw ick and Maryfield, by w ay of Glendonald,BIX dajsaweck

407 To and from Creswick and Broomfield, six days

a week

408 To and from Creswick and Daylesford, hy way of Bellevue, Newlyn, Mount Prospect, and Egans town, sfxtlajsa week

409 To and from the post-office and the rulvvay station, Maryborough, ei[ lit times a day

410 To oud from Murj borough and Majorca, bj waj of Mosquito Flat and Craigie, six d iys a week

411 To and from Maryborough and Timor, by woy of Chinaman e Hat l'ost-onlc, twite a day , and to and frc in Timor and W arcck by way of Lower Aim i and Alma, six days a week, including clearance of letlci boxntCliinoiuunsHatd-iilj

412 To and from Mary borough and Adelaide Lead, three dajsaweck

413 To and from Mooloi t ralla i j station and Moo lort, bi\ dajs a week

414 To aiidfrom the railway Bt Uiun and |M>st ofilce, Cistlemuinc, as often us required Coveted voliiele to

be used

415 To and from Castlemaine and Campbell a Creek twice a day , and to and from Campt eil s Ci eck und Tarilta, bl vvoj of Capten, btrathloddoll Guildford und gauchan, six davs u week, including clearances of two receiving boxes

410 lo and from Castlemaine and Hu court, bj woy of Barker's Creek, Bix day8 a week

417 io and from Castlemaine and Chow ton, twice a daj, with a branch to and from Moonlight-flat State School, once o day, including the clcimuco of tho letter boxes at Chewton six days a week , and to and from Chewton and Glenluce, bj waj of fryerstown, six day» a weck

418 To and fiom Golden Point and Chewton, six doJ8awcek

419 To and from Castlemaine and Creswick, by way of South Muckleford, Green Cully, Newstead, Sandon, Glengower, Powlett-hill, Moorookyle, Smeaton, King Bton, and bpring-lount, six davs o week.

420 To and from Moorook) le and Ullina, six daj s o

weck

421 To and from Smeaton ami Campbelltown East, vift Kooroocheang, six dajs a week

422 From Castlemaine to Maldon, by way of Gowar, Nor*h Muckleford, and Muckleford, three times a day, from Maldon to Castlemaine, by same route, twice a day, to and from Maldon and Dunolly, by way of Baringhup, Eddington, and Burnt Creek, six dajsaweck

423 lo and from tho post-ofiicc and the railway station. Guildford, four tlmiB a day

424 To and from Newstead ami CIjdesdólo, tinco days a week

426 To and from Newstead and Str-igvvajs, six dajsaweck

420 To and from Muckleford and Walmer, by way of Chinaman s Creek six day saw eck

427 To and from Maldon and Porcuplno flat, six

dajsaweck

428 To and from Maldon and BaniUjliup, by way ol Baringhup East and Nuggety Reef, six days o weck

429 To and from Maldon and Wolslim-in 8 Reef, six days a week

430 To and fiom Eddington and Laanecoorie, six

tlajBO week

431 To and from Laanecoorie nnd Eastv file, three dajs a week

432 lo and from Guildford and Dajlcsford, by way of 1 andoit, 1 ranklinford, blicphcrd b fiat, and Hep burn, BIX dajBoweck

433 To and from Hepburn and Dry Diggings, six

days a week

434 To and from Malmsbury and Dal leaford, by woy of Drummond and Glcnlj on, tw leo a «lav

4v6 To oud fiom Daylesford and Bullarto, by woy of Musk Creek, two dajs a week

430 lo and from Daylesford ond Leonard s Hill, bj way of Muskvale, three daja a week

437 io ond from FlphniBtono and Sutton Gi mge,

three days a week

438 lo and from button Grange and Mj rtlo Creek,

two dajs a week

4"9 To and fiom ripblnstonc mid Iaradoj, tinco dnvsowcek Contract terminable uto wcol s notice

HENRI cuninria,

Postmaster General

Gc lier 1 Pobt-ofllce, Melbourne,

lebruarj 20, 1878_ TTICIORIAN RAILWAYS

TENDERS aro ¡nvitccTfor tho MANUFACTURE

and SUPPLY of fllx GMOgnl TANKS, and six 20.000gal Tanks with purni«, engines, and boilers complete

A preliminary deposit of £60 must aceomp-ij each

tender

Fini particulars at tho Engineer in Cillers ofllco. Spencer street, Mclbourno, ond at Station Masters olllecs, Ballarat and Sandhurst

Tenders must bo doi>ositc<l in tho Railway tendor box, Crown Lands Ofllco, bpring gardens, at o before 12 o clock noon on Fridaj, 1Mb March next

The lowest or any tendel will no1 necessarily bo

accepted

JOHN WOODS,

_CommlsBlonor of Railways and Roads

?yiCTORIAN RAILWAYS

TENDERS aro invited~for the SUPPLY of 11,070

lineal feet (moro or ICSB) CRObSING UMBER, for tIctonan Railways

A preliminary deposit of £10 must accompany cooli

tender

Full particulars at the Engmcor lil Chief s ofilce, Spencer Btrect, Melbourne, and at Stationmasters office, Echuca

Tenders must bo deposited In tho railway tender box, Crow- Lands Office, Spnng gardera, at or before 12 o clock noon on Trldaj, 22nd inst

The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo

accepted

JOHN WOODS,

_Commissioner of Railways

T7-ICTORIAN RAILWAYS

TENDERS aro lnvitcd~for tho CONSTUCTION of four ENGINE TURNTABLES for Victorian Railways

A preliminary deposit of £60 must accompany each

tender

Full particulars at the Engineer in Cillero ofllco, Spcncer-stroet, Melbourne, and at stationmasters' offices, Ballarat and Sandhurst

Tendera muât bo deposited in the railway tender box. Crown Lonus Office, Spring gardens, at or before 12 o clock noon on Friday, 15th March next

The lowest or any tendor will not necessarily bo

accepted

JOHN WOODS,

_Commissioner of Railway s and Roids

yiOTOHIAS RAILWAYS TENDERS aro InvltceTfor tho ERECTION of

GOODS SUED and Other Works at tho Railway St» tion, Solo

A preliminary deposit of £20 must accompany each

tender

Full portlculara ot tho Engineer in Chiof s office, Spencer street, Melbourne , and al railway station,

Sole

Tenders must bo deposited in tho railway tender box, Crown Lands Office, Spnng gardens, at or bo fore 12 o clock noon on ïridoj, 15th Mardi ne\t

The lowest or any tender will not necessarily bo

accepted

JOHN WOODS,

Commissioner of Railvvajs and Roads

_J-dicl-i and Law Notices._

IN the SUPREME COURT of tho COLONY of VIC

TORIA In its Probato Jurisdiction - In tho Will of GEORGE LUG TON, lato of Kynoton, In tho Colony of Victoria, W heclwrlght, Deceased -Notice is hereby given, that after the oxpirationof fourteen dajs from tho publication hereof application will bo made to tbiB honourable Court that PROBATE of tho LAST W ILL and TESTAMENT of tho abovo named George Lugton may bo granted to Potor William Lugton, of Kyneton, in Die said colony, brewer, tho Bolo cxocutoi named lu and appointed by

the Bald will

Doted the eleventh day of March, 1878

HURRY and BRIGGS, Mollison sticot, Kyneton, _proctors for tho sold George Lugton _

IN tim SUPREME COURT of tho COLONY of

VICTORIA In its Probato Jurisdiction -In tho Estate of ELI-ABETH l'OPL, loto of Hotham, in the Colony of Victoria, Widow, Deceased, Intestate - Notlco 1B hereby given, that after tho oxplratlon of fourteen days from tho publication of this advertise mont application will be modo by tho underslgnod to tho Supremo Court of the colony of Victoria in its Probnto Jurisdiction, that ADMINISTRATION of tho estato of tho said Eli-ibeth Pope, deceased, EutesUto, moy be granted to rilzaboth Juno Cook, wifo of Janies Cook, of No 123 Kathdoivno strcot, Carlton, in the sold colony, wbleb said Lil-ibotli Jano Cool lu one of the daughters and next of kin of the said Elizabeth Pope, deceased

Dated this thirteenth day of Mareil, A o 1878

TAYLOR and MANTON, pioctors for tho Bald

Elizabeth Jane Cool, No 70 Queen Btrect, Mel bourne_ NOTICE l8 hcrebj given, that after tlie expiration

of fourteen daj B from the publient! m horeof application vvill be nimio to tho Supreme Court of the colonj of 1 lctorio, in its I róbate jurisdiction tli it 1ROBA1L of un exemplified copy of the WILL and Codicil thereto, of JOHN ItLDMAN BATEMAN, luto of Davj street. Hobart Town, in tho colony of 1 témanla, Esquire, dccciscd may be planted to lohn Itcdm n -.itemiiu, lurniorlj oí Micquilie street Iii I art Town afores lid but now of the citv of Mci

1 ournc, in the cclonv of Victorn gentleman ono of ti e executors appointed bv tiiesiicl will und codicil, leave being reserved to Willi nu SlitinioiiB Hanlin mel, cf llclort lown aforesaid merchant, the c Iltur exo cutor, to conic in and obtain probitu as and when ho

t'iiill think Iii

Diiled this 14th din of March 1878

MALItbON, ENGLAND, olid STEWART, 21

Queen street, Melbourne, proctors for tho ap pellunt ¡

PnbUcations and Literature.

HE AUSTRAHSIAN of S «URDU, MARCH

10, will contain -

LEADING ARTICLES 1 Tim LATEST MOSE.

2 TUF LAVO TAX BLOUSER 3 THE DKCAV OF TIIEOLOOY

GENERAL CONTENTS 4 Our Letter Home

6 Talk on'Chunga By ".Eglee ' 0 Topics of tho a\ eck

7 The Theatres By "Tahitc '

5 A Modero Minister ChaptcrsMI, Mil I\ 0 Northern Queensland Iho Pnlnicr 11} a

Returned Victorian 10 The I honoerai h 11 Shawls

l¿ Recipes

13 Misecllnnv

14 A Relic ol Iho Sea By F B Loualiriii 15 The W reck i f the Grosvenor 16 A Night Alarm Hy T II

17 Christmas in W indsor Castle 18 The h}ncton Muting

19 The Calerini, at Flemington 20 Turf Gossip Bv " Augur

21 V Ictoria Racing Club Autumn Meeting 2' Courting Notts By ' CerbeniB

"3 1 avilion 1 clines By "A Bohemian

24 The Australian F leven and Combined Fifteen

of a icluria nnd New boutli W ules

25 The Allstiallau Llcv on at W agga W agga 20 The Australian I leven at Beechworth 27 F Ishing in lasmaula

28 Chess

20 W cckly Rev low of the Markets 30 The Mell ourno Share Market 31 Our Ballarat Utter

32 Our haudhurst Letter

31 W cokly Rev lew of the Corn Trade

34 Tile Austi ill in Sheep Breeders Assocl ilion 3D Agrieulluic in New boutli Wales JO Stock Prohibition in England 37 Rural To] les and F v tilts 38 Notes nnd Queries

39 Bacchus Marsh Show

40 The I loducts of the Dairy

41 A V but to the New Land on tho Tarn In 42 Livo Stock Report 43 Garden Memoranda

44 Gardening Ogicratloiis for the W eck 4,1 Correspondence

Goldsbrouth s Wool Exhibition Hie hyncton Handicaps

Hie 1 ive Shilling Luncheon at Flemington

lown NCWB

1 he Situation

Parliamentary Notes

University of Melbourne The Order of St Andrew Manchester Unit} Ordci Hie W eather

Katu) Accident at St hil la. Deputations

I and Clatsifleutions

1 he W u>t Melbourne Flection The Goa cn nient Gnzctte Shooting Lose b} a Bo} Inquest*

Accidents und Offencca

Ac, \c , Ac The Courts

Colintr} News

Intercolonial News

lclctiams-Direct Telegrams from Furopc, New

Si nth W i Its South Australia, Queensland, las

mania New Zealand, Ac

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Contains

TOWN AND INlbRGOLOMALNEWS,

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1HALASIAN of SATURDAY, Mai eil 10, will

contain -

Answers lo Concspondcnts .

F orthcoiniiig Agricultural Shows

Land Snlcs

Land Open for Re selection Local Land Boards.

Weekly Review ot tho Corn Ti ade

1 he Australian Sheep Breeders Association Agriculture m New boutli Wales Stock Prohibait n In 1 noland Rural Topics und Events Notes and Queries

ColdBbroiifch s W ool Exhibition

lSutlonal Agricultural Society of Mctorii

Bacchus Marsh Show

A Trip to tlio New Land on tho Tarwin The Products of the Dally

W Inch Is the Most 1 rolllable Breed of Fowls ? The Hifclit hind of Poultr} Tarni Livestock Rc|iort

Garden Memoranda

Gardening Oi nations for the W celt Notes nnd Gleanings

Misecllnnv Impound)!

ngs

THE SPORTING DEPARIM1 NT of THE AUS

TRALASIAN of SATURDAY, March 16, will

contain -

Races to Come Entries

Declaration of \\ eights

Declaration of 1 orfcltuics, Acceptances, Ac Tlio Kyneton Meeting

The Catcriiij, at Flemington Turf Gossip

Hie Betting Market

Stud Newe

Bacchus Morell Turf Club Meeting Ky neton Racing Club

W nrrnumbool Racing Club Ethuca Racing Club

Lancefield Turf Club Meeting

a ictoria Racing, Club Autumn Meeting Annunl Sale of Thoroughbred Yearlings

Hie Turf in New South W ales

W cntvv orth JocKc} Club Autumn Meeting Pavilion Lchoes B} ' A Boheminn

Iho Combined Team v Fifteen of victoria and

New South Y\ ales

The Australian Lleven v Twenty two of Wogga

and District

Hie Australian Eleven v Tu cut} two of the

North Eastern District riBhmglnlusmunla

Coursing Notes B} "CcrbcruB '

, Chess-Ausweis to Correspondents-Soluliou of

Problem No 603-Chess in Adelaide-Chess in

I inland_

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With

Extended PcdlgTcea of W Inning Gre}hounds and

On v hounds at the Stud,

List of Représentant es of National Coursing Club of

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Together with

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Cup W Innere and Runners up,

Grey hound Sales, Entries for Pupp} Stakes, Ac,

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Notes on Breeding, by "Cerberus

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My Prison Experiences

Opening of Parliament,

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Tlio Metropolitan, 1877

The Victorian Parliament On the W ing

Impressions of Sydnoy

A Queensland Watering

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