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Of th« largest dimrtisigny wM&táaa Jhtdteîg

jeting tn Oo^sjatt Oừd¡gMt¿? í?ESSftíi.tíül- L

sbï*f>,;

Melbourne, «re ^*amB/^JB)0¿ J^?S&q

is an Adver¡*ínn|> ;*

ESSBSi^iuaiEB ^óé., NeWAgent»,

Market Square, Gtóosg, arVA<feertísittg ' Agenta, andBálfe sind DfcnveryAgenlSlïor dds journal.

Buildings, Yaxmtnet, Geelong, is an Advertisring'Agent *for" tlfo^JouniaL

B. /OHS Dfiraejau^t^jiis

u- jom»al»*r&e«wíík> ^-at^JaaJfaM

"\/TRW. B. SMITH, of tte NÜOGBT^ Xii- HOTKL, ú «gent fdr-this journal at'

Buninyong..

Black Ball lone t»f British «nd Au

stralian Bo jalKui Bwâcetà^

For LIVBBFOOL direcí, forwwdbig

Fastengers, Gold, and Wool, to

LONDON.

The celebrated and favorite

clipper, ship  

MARCO POLO,  

1625 tons register, James   Clarke, commander, having arrived with the September mails, will be despatched on the 1st January, 1857.

This renowned clipper is now on her seventh voyage, and her superiority as a passenger conveyance is admitted and

proved by the fact of her having conveyed a greater number of passengers to and from the Australian, colonies than any other ship afloat.

Her commander, Captain Clarke, has won the respect and esteem of all who

have sailed with him.        

Wool by this ship will be delivered in London, Leeds, or any of the manufactur ing towns of Lancashire or Yorkshire, at

current rates.

For plans of cabin, rates of passage, and full particulars, apply to

MACKAY, BAINES & CO., Hall of Commerce, .Collins-street west.

Royal Mail Ship. Black Ball Line of |

OR LONDON DIRECT.

-Tb sail positively on thé 31st inst.- The fine frigate built ship,

OSWELL.

Belonging to Messrs Green, 1400 tons, A 1 at Lloyd's, W. E. Maurice^commander.

This noble ship has splendid accommoda

tions for all classes of passengers, and will ' be despatched as. above, with the custo mary punctuality which characterises the abo ve ¡celebrated line of packets.

Her last passage to England was accom

plished in 79 days, and as she will be j loaded in light salüngJCrim, a correspond- - ingly quick nm-may iws rëiieaina. - '.' -- i

Passengers proceeding home will do well to inspect this magnificent ship, pre vious to making other arrangements, a boat for which purpose is employed by the un

dersigned, from whom tickets may be ob- ?

obtained.

Carries an experienced surgeon. -

Cabin passage, according to agreement.

Second cabin.£25

Intermediate... 25

Steerage....",',.i. 20

For plans ot the accommodations, and se cond and third cabin dietary acales, apply

to

W. P. WHITE & CO.,

Wharf, Melbourne.

Royal Mail Estaffette Line of Coaches

for Geelong.

Leave every morning at Six a.m.

And Twelve noon,

BOOKING OFFICES :-George Hotel,

John Alloo's Chinese Restaurant, Boyal Mail .Hotel, Star Hotel, Universal

Transit Office, and Washington Hotel. |

Fate-Thirty Shillings.3

_G. E. BINSTEAD, Agent, j

Unicorn. Horse Bazaar. Opposite the ;

Camp, Ballarat.

EDWARD GILBERT, late of Tatter

sail's, Melbourne, having made ar rangements with the proprietor of the above establishment for the purpose of conducting the auctioneering business in all its branches, would respectfully request the attention of the inhabitants of Ballarat and the surrounding districts to the circum stance - that he is now prepared, to Bell (either by auction ot private sale) every description of stock, land, houses, or mer chandise. - -

In commencing on Ballarat as a general auctioneer, E.. Gilbert feels that it is only necessary to remind the public] of the fact of his long practical experience in every de partment of tiie business; and if energy, promptitude, and fidelity wül coromand a portion of the patronage of the peopte,"they may confidently rely upon his determination to exercise every legitimate means in his power to establish a business on Ballarat that will be satisfactory to the public and gratifying to himself.

EDWD. GILBERT. Unicorn Hotel, opposite the Camp,

December 15,1866.

To tiie ladies of Ballarat

MISS REED

EGS to announce that she has received

her stock of

SUMMER GOODS.

in every' variety suitable to the Sea son at her Establishment at the Bridge, and nearly opposite the United States Hotel, Main-road, consisting of Ladies' superior ready-made Dresses, in the moat

varied and elegant fabrics,'from the-most | costly Silks to the cheapest Prints.

In consequence of arrangements made by Hiss Bl, with some of the most celebrated Paris and London houses, she is constantly , supplied with the mort-fashionable mate

rials, newest patterns end trimmings re- 1 quired for ladies* complete outfit. :( v

As competent persons are always, m at-, tendance at the several establishments,, ladies may feel assured of prompt attention ;

and punctuality. ir .-, ^ ",.v.'- !}

- Hus R. particularly calla the attention ot ¡f the ladies to her unrivalled stock of Mantles j «nd Mantektí«,in«l the,J«!west Äa most ] iuhionable desertions. -., She . is" also «UP- j J>lied with Iiaoiea" Tinder Clothing, Baby! Linen, Millinery, Lades' BiS^u^ Habifs, Evening and Ball Dresses.. ,' " I

The Sonnit and HAÍ Departmept will be. found the most,Varied sBd.,Mtoct.in Bal ¿fe immediate

B

r# mp

; 1 * i:*:-Mßi1^H^tM^f:?^;:'i

" sf " '^^^^^^^^^^^^

Storekeepers, anâ.Scluwla on, the meit

reasons&eteïms. ?'- rv*

' library, jwifl. fina a firs>rate assortment of

all the popular, worksipï ä^^aad other'

editions. 'I ^'; ? °

.W^-.JÔSTpOéBÎ^^ .. ¡. - -: . IJETTfi DlABIBS POE 1857. ;

: A DAPTBD fife all «lasses r ofthe «om x~\ monity, from one to .thirty ¿hílñná

each, at ^ - -. -~ -

BOOKSELLER- .AND STATIONER,

ïiaifi-rowi, îoôt^of Bakery HilL

PEOFESSOE EOWLAND.

HAVING, . at considerable* ex

_ pense, improved the exterior of his premises, begs most respect fully to announce that he is prepared to " polish off** the exteriors of his patienta in the interior of his estab

lishment.

The, traveller who sails froav*'pole to pole," may seek in Tain for superior performances to those dairy' camed on by the inimitable professor, "who confidently asserts that he is still the " ne jahtt ultra" of barbarism.

Having recently received a con signment of Bay rom, he ls -prepared tb beatttífy the oompleidon of his customers ; and his - -

Golden Hair Wash

can be now obtained. He would remind his friends that this unri valled and "luxurious luxury," for

the hair, can be obtained from

PROFESSOR ROWLAND,

At his Booms,

Next door to the Star Hotel.

The Professor would delicately in tímate that he has no connexion with the author of the spurious ointment which bears his unrivalled name.

EICHAED DEHH1S,

Main-road, near the Bridge, Ballarat

RESPECTFULLY intimates that he has

commenced the

Hay and Cora. Trade,

and intends to keep a stock of horse feed, potatoes, flower, and ali other kinds of pro duce. ,

Funeral*. Funerals.

ASPLENDID HEARSE (with mourn

ing Coach attached) with either black or white Ostrich Plumes for Hire.;

Palls, Hatbands, and every requisite for a respectable Funeral, for Sale or Hire.

A large assortment of Coffin Furniture for Sale cheap,

Funerals Performed.

J. T. JACKSON,

Undertaker, Main Road, opposite Old

Rayser's Hotel,

Furniture

OF every description manufactured to

order on the premises.

Hotels, restaurants, and private dwellings furnished on Hie shortest notice.

A large assortment of Turned Work for

sale.

J: T.'JACKSON,

Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, Main

Road.

To Carpenters, Builders, and Others.

D

OORS and Sashes, of «very descrip

tion, for salé at

J. T. JACKSON'S,

Main Road. .

TEETH! TEETH! TEETH!

M

BTTBGEON DENTIS!,

S. D S S A

Scurvy in the Gums!

Among the -various ^disorders _ of the mouth there is nene more -destructive than

Scurvy, which on first entering the gums, causes them to bleed on ihe most trifling occasions, and produces the most offensive and frequency putrid breath. A «oft sub stance invariably accumulates around the

necks of the teeth, penetrates into the j gums, which gradually waste away, and the teeth then become loose, - and drop ont whole from their sockets ; and it is well known that the loss, of teeth axises more from this cause than any other î in short, scurvy in die gums effects individuals

pf .all ages «ad constations, .and if | .not speedily, removed, will be a primary ¡ tause of Toothache and Decay.

Teeth_. . . .

or inconvenience, from a «ingle tooth to a ¿unse^>«H&*.v - -fi---; «a*. &;;.\* \

???? Teeth ^filled with white enamel, cement,

gold, °r: s: .attM-!iljV"-jiW5C-'t'-''.:ii .-! ^YOTlCE.^Boci«'Heta?h^^

liniièw'resièBttt» m ATfm^rô^iatBset,

?atoa seáis.' «^JBO Al f, ,t u *f

, - #**s/í mn. sfee- »si ecto» csaeaaii

*%S* £TD«-»B -li '«j.

gs» -m rv* ?nipeiT, tag

r à?* " Grenadine, Tb^e,-fkreg^Iiiama, Chape, 4ca¿ ftc. * < * »

^Jg^Sg^«^^ -il*

»Sn* .5.7-VC2ÏÎW ;

OBESA CtOASB llJr

. -i»«5>4-lB^»" -, : »i^irr.*' M^»'1 : ?.? íj

\ «rtofBroiaà^îfcuns^^

Pijm,-{*beekeaf Striped wdSoheaYSsnges i Norwich Musüns, «ce.

- A superb asssortmeut of Drawn Silk, Satín,'Crape, Tulle, Lace, fe., Ac. Crinoline Bonnets in endless -nasty.

. DoTiatáblg^Uce, Chip, Tnscantgid Leghorn ; Bounett and Hats in newest shapes; Girls, Boys, and Infants'Hats Ul Tuscan, IjegbiMn, Straw, ^eaTer, Pang, Felt, Btaia^end-Cash^^ '

^ Satia IUoa1% F^ ?

fail's, c&ormis©, sf«.

Suits ¡ol Paney Doesbän, Paney Tweeds, ftc., *c Coats,-Vests, and Trousers, in Black Cloth, Fancy Doe, Tweed, Alpaca, Prill; Cricketingand Flannel, &c., fa. Tweed Jumpers, and Grey American Shirts.

Panama, Cabbage TreeK Freney Amerinari, and English Felt Hate, in black, brown, ¿rab, and fawn. Gent's. Black and Drab Paris Hats. . '"V '? . --cc-2ii " ; ' - :-, ? ?

iDjcées Shirts-Plain, Cluster, PlaU, and Embroid^

A SFXEHDIB 8I0CX OPIAJCY TWEEDS, ¿e., JV8T OS ESES.

lima Baos. & co.,

WHOLESALE WTÑB, SPIRIT,

ÉJSD

PRODUCE MEBCHANTS,

X.TSXAXD-BTBBST, TOWF8HIP.

Í. & Cb,,

."- ?>' -icânrre POE THE

. NOETHERSL ASSURANCE

; COMPANY.

IsillBD-SrEBST, IOWKSHIP.

KVIS BEOS. & Co., ^

MERCHANTS,

86, nrSDEES-BTBBIX, WBBT.

MELBOURNE.

SUMMER CLOTHING.

' --i-»0--.- . . '

M CLEVERTY & LEAKE,

WISH to inform their numerous customers and the public generally, that they have just received an exceedingly large and wall assorted

stock of tiw above, which nas been selected uuâ

'ROYAL CHARTER AND MARCO POLO," so that customers may oe certain of the newest styles, and, also, the most suitable materials for the seasons.

The folio iring comprises the principal articles :- - . -

CEICKE3* Xn^^Xk^V^Ji SJil^S.

Drab Bedford Cord Trowsers and Tests. ' Catara Doe do. do.

Soper Black Doeskin do. do.

Scotch Tweed Trowsers and "Vests. Shepherd Plaid* do. do.

Brown Dru! do. do.

j White, Lavender, Drab and Black Moire Tests, i Cabbage-tree, Panama, and Felt Hats.

\ Also, % large assortment, of Geiulemen's Shirts, Tis«, Handker

chiefs, Hosiery, and Gloves. Colored Flannel Sac Coats.

Black and Colored Venetian do. do.

Super Black Cloth do. do.'

Satan Doe do. do. Scotch Tweed do. do. Shepherd Plaid do. do. Angola do. db. Super W. E. Doe do. do.

Circassians, Lustre, and Alpacca do. do. Grass Cloth do. do. Brown and White Drill do. do. Shooting, Oxonian, and Walking Coate

M'C & L., earnestly solicit an inspection of their Stock, being confident, that for variety, choice and fashionable materials and neatness of style, it will bear comparison with any other an Ballarat.

JUNCTION STORE,

MAIN BOAD

RODIEU & ROWE,

WHOLESALE & RETAIL FAMILY GROCERS,

AND

GENERAL IRONMONGERS.

CARPENTERS' AND GARDNERS' TOOLS MINING IMPLEMENTS

MANILLA ROPE, AND OTHER CORDAGE BLASTING POWDER AND FUSE.

HORSE FEED OF E VEE Y DE SCEIPTIOS .

The above articles, of the best quality, procurable in the Market, and at the lowest remunerative prices.

VICTORIA POTTERY

BUTTER COOLERS.

WATER MONKEYS.

BREAD PANS. WINE CLOOERS.

RODDER & ROWE having just received an assortment of the above articles, beg to recommend them to the notice of those who at the present season appreciate a Cold Glass of Wine, Solid Butter, Gold Water, and Soft ' Bread.

m 0 T IC E.

THE "PEOPEIETORS OF

T H E

4t

BEE HIVE"

(LaU Bradshaw $ Salmon'* Store. J

MA IN- ROAD, BALLARAT,

Carrying om business as Clothiers, Boot «nd Shoe Warehousemen, etc.,

HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT THEY HAVE NO CONNEXION WHATEVER WITH

ANY OTHER STORE ON BALLARAT

Assuming Ä Similar Detígnation.

ALEXANDER BROTHERS.

h Vl« T»mi# 30** ITO Y,

.. ____ in hois ñor -or^ pattern. Also;^

. amjong, JmfôvIaateriB» «a allots

Tommie

Iffines and Spirits,

To be found ia tbe colony, which be bas been : Xor some ame selecting wuii- great «are. : ? He

is now; opening some binns of first class wines to which he begs to call particular at tention. /

In- consequence of {be extreme "scarcity in. the colonial markets of .-wines' of première I _çtuUiié the price» necessarily range bigber

than those of ordinary vintages : .

POET, '{good) -> :. '.£2 6 Ó per doz

Do.j ; (superior) ...... 2,15 0. -, ....

Do.,; (very old) 70s. to 4 Ot) *. ? SB EBBT, (good dinner) 2 5 0 .-.

Bo., (superior).... 2 15 0

Do., (Amontillado,) S .0 0

CLABET...36s. to a 10 0 .. HOCK,(still) ...,40s.;to 3 0 0. .. Do., (sparkling)...... 4 0 0 MOSELLE, (do) _ 4 0 0

BUBGOÑDY,.(do) .... 4 10 0 ...

Do., (still). 2 10 0 .WHISKEY, (Jarnieson'e 1 " in n

7 years old) J ö w u

Do., (Meban's) .. 2 15 0 . Do.¡ (Scotchs .. 2 15 0

And all best'brands of liqueurs, brandies beers, tco.

To Connoisseurs.

CELEBRATED PALE S H EBB Y, (Yellow

Seal.)

J. H. ALLEY.

M O N T I L : L A D O.

J. H. ALLEY.

P O B T. J. H. ALLEY.

JAMIESON'S 7 years old Irish Mal

Whiskey, L.L., imported by ¡

J. H. ALLEY.

TO CARPENTERS & BUILDERS,

THE whole or any portion of the lots spe

cified below to be sold at Town prices, and delivered at a reasonable rate of cartage.

Por Cash only.

w. & J.

GRIPE.

Timber ! Timber t Timber !

QIC I S.T O.G.B OAED S

Architraves Mouldings

Doors, windows, casements, &c, &c.

W. & J. GRIPE'S Yard,

' Back of Bath's Hotel.

A.T TOWH PRICES.

N.B.-No connection with any yard on

Ballarat.

W

Timber! Timber! Timber!

EATHER BOARDS

D s

Lining boards

Sydney cedar -

Scantling 4x4, 4fx3, 3x3, 3x2

inch, in any quantity.

_W. & J. GRIPE._

Timber Timber!

E A L S, ll x 8 in. Deals, ll x 2 in.

" ll x li in. " ll x 1 in. " ll x j in. " ll x J in. In any quantity.

W. & J. GRIPE'S Yard.

To Engine Companies.

HAFT RODS ON SALE.

W. & J. GRIPE'S

Yard, back of Bath's Hotel,

To Wheelwrights and Coach

Builders.

100.000 1 PORE CEDAB

W. & J. GRIPE.

Timber! Timber!

100,000 T4GFl0M

W. & J. GBIPE'S Yard,

Township. Timber! Timber!

3AA AAA FEET Clear Pine, from

UU.UUU i-in.toS-in. thick, at

W. & J. GRIPE'S Yard.

Grains! Grains! Grains!

BREWERS' Grains to.be had constantly

fresh, at

SCRASE & FRY'S,

SFECIÍÍEJ' BILÍ BEEWEKT,

at 2s. per bushel.

Bottled Ale and Porter.

rY SCRASE & FRY'S Bottled Ale

and Porter, equal to imported, at one third less price.

Draught Ale and Forter.

THREE SHILLINGS per Gallon, by

the hogshead, Four Shillings by the 2 gallons, at

SCRASE & FRY'S.

Harvest and Christmas Beer.

FARMERS Supplied with splendid Ale

and Porter, on reasonable terms,

SCRASE & FRY'S,

SPECIMEN HILL BBEWEBY.

Pigs Feed!

,NE HUNDRED Bushels of Grains

weekly on sale at.

SCRASE & FRY'S,

SPECIMEN HILL BEEWEET,

2s. per bushel.

A Portrait for Five Shillings!

AN EXCELLENT LIKENESS

TAKES OK SILVER,

and enclosed in a neat case, for five

shillings.

PORTRAIT BOOMS,

between Golden Fleece and George Hotels.

TOWNSOÎP, BALLARAT.

0

. ' ' MESSRS.

BACKHOUSE & EEÎ50LDS,

t Architects and Soxveyars, - r * iT)BG to Û3&Tm&^ tâàc^ é^jÛa in J5 íístótan» Jbï Billah "«tí IxáVíng erected aew ' and commodious offices; AÄptrong-«6ee^ Townáhhi, they are ^^mtäak^ igÎT© immediate «nd i^j^imt - «ftemtinti to^ tey bañitis' ai trtistfälto'tlieir^aue. ?"'- -'7' "?? '.1 '-"-tí'v

FOXTHTAEH HEAD BAKEET, .j .-. JlÀl^RÔAÏ).;, .... . ',

(Adjoirúng ihe Star Office.) , .

k ASHBY iOanfectioaery

^of every

Wedding Cakes al ways on hand, Can lie obtained .is th» biggest atyle. . AU tinds *£ Fancy Bisouits.

ÍU>nj^¿í Balla, and

WAEEEHHEtP SAW HILLS, i f\ RAVES M'GIE'S & C0y are now VJT Selling at their Hüls Hardwood1 Timber, at thV&ttowtog rates :- ¡

Quartering; lös. per 100 feet,

Boards, lös. ». do. '

Battens, 12s. - do. (3 to the foot).

And at their Depot, Main-road, behind Bowes' Sale Yard, at the following rates : Waitering, los. per lOOfeet. .

Boards, lös. t ? ?. doi - - ? ? -?' Battens, 18s. do. ^S*o «he foot

WILLIAM NEWTON, I ? ? rp - Msawger,

Dana-street, .vt-so^evse. tw H ¿fist?, «a*3. Quarter A^.wri Woo**.

?BnttBnR DpEeUat-rfreet.. s ~?r

r-ABot.6,i^6; Quarter Ai^wimfive«w^ gooden Cottage, «Dowtoa-steeaU

" AHotJ3,jSwü, Quarter Acre, ; jhinttgo J»

Dovefnn-street. ' . 1 - ". t ¿1

AHot«, »Sec éf Quarter Acre, frontage *»L:C Pore toll iffiwrt. . ju,, , J r, - _ < Allote,?ec3 .Qwtct Agro, with 8 «ha».

ihops (sftíietfóJxealnBgtetaei.^ > - -..t --?=--.- ¿ - u-. " MotS0,%e ornerier Aars, freattg**» . 1

Dawson-street.' - - 2 ^ . *~ ... .

í AUot «, Sec O-^nartersAtte, frontage to

. AHot as, Bec 6-QnarbftAfcre, frnulajt Aoi«

Dawson-atreet. » " , «5 **

AHot is, See 17-Quart« Acre, traalage te ;. ' Start-streeti- , - * : - « > . AUots 13,-i*, and I4,^i$-Quarter Aon

, Affi*nÍMw-%?ee in WSkl>" Aumeaeh,

%oirtagei^ifÍBF«faéet^ "

AMot^^^^e^^^^Utt^^^re^carMr^-s;.!

dwelling-house and stables, frontage *oRrre-^~

Allot 3, See 10-Quarter Aere, with frontage to Eyre-street. m - ». '* I '?".

Allot 15, Sec 16-Quarter Acre, frontage to Errard-street. l

Allots 15 and 16^ Sec 26^-43iMrfc Acre each rontage to Dmmmond-street. y y -.:'..*

f Allot 7, Sec 6-QoarW Acr^ froniaga to

Doveton-street-- ^ .' -

Allot 10, See 4-Quarter to Half Acre, with

buildings, 'corner of Armstrong:-ahd' Mair- "

streets.

Allot 16, Sec 23-Quarter Acre,wWT'i roomed [wooden cottage, frontage to Uaglan

etreet.

32 feet frontage to Lydiard-street, opposite

Bath's HoteL- - - --

Town Land and Property ixr Lease. - 47 feet on Lydiard-street, hear Bath's HóteL '

30 feet - ditto '"" ? ditto . 1 - * 30 feet on Start-street, ditto

39 feet ditto ditto"-,.

Fire-roomed Dwelling House and Shop, Arm- .V

strong-street.

An Hotel, recently opened, in the most im- :

proving part of the Township, to Lease for " ^ ten years. "

For Sale-Land Soldas Suburban, brit now within the Township Boundary. " AllotlO-Ia2r37p, Creswick-road

Allot 12-2a 2r 20p, ; - J ditto . r .. * Allot '20-3a Or 27p, Webster-afreet -,, w Allot35-2a 2r, ditto - .' Allot 36-2a 2r, Mair-street

Allot 45-2a 2r, . ditto ! , Allot 46-2a 2p, Webster-street

Allot 4-5a, fronting the Swamp

Allot 49-2a, Webster-street ? ? ? ~ ? - ? Allot 39^~2a2r, : ditto . .'

Allot -7-8a 2r, fronting the Swamp -? Allot -4a, ditto

Country Land for Sale.¿ <-. 6,000 acres, adjacent io Ballarat, beste^ulity agricultnral land. . .- -

81 acres, Carngham. , 70 acres, Dowling Forest.

40 acres, near Mount Bowan. - -r

' Tifles m aU cases guaranteed. - '

<t X. "O3M0IE¿.; r;-r^;^,;.

Auctioneers, House and Land Agents, :

- Valuators, ¿ia, :

Dana Street, Township.

£10,000

TO LEND on Freehold.

Property. "

- J. & T. ODDDS. ; FRONTAGES on Lydiard-street to ba

had cheap. -

_J. & Ti ODDIE.-;

TO LET.- A large Store, Dwelling

House, and Stables, now in the occu pation of Messrs. Nichol, Scot and Coi. -

J. &T. Oddie. ? ?

TO LET, a Pour-roomed Cottage in

Baglan-stxeet. - Apply to

J. & T. ODDIE,

Auctioneers, Dana-street. ~

THE FEW MEDICAL HALL, .

Opposite the Harp of Erin, foot of Bakery

Hill. ? " ? r '1

MAIN HOAD, BAIIABAT. '

WW. COOPEE desires with sincere gra.

. titnde to express his thanks to tt¡i¡7 inhabitants of Ballarat and its surrounding neighborhood for the very liberal support hs

bas enjoyed in his former old place of business,'' and in introducing bis new Establishment to their especial notice confidently appeals for a continuance of the same, assuring them that nothing shall be wanting on his part to deserve that success he_ bas hitherto met with at their

hands.

W. W. C. has much pleasure in announcing that Dr Mount, so well known in this locality, may be consulted daily from ten o.m. to

sis p.tu,

" A wise physician skilled our wounds to heal,

Is more than armies to the public weaL"

FXTESTTUSE AÏTD BEDDDÍG FOS

THE UHLLIGN !

AT THE "PIONEER" HOUSE

FURNISHING ESTABLISH

MENTS.

(Next the Star Hotel, and near Bakery

Hill, Main-road.)

ATKINS & TAYLOR respectfully In

vite the attention of parties fnrnfob'rtg to the extensive addition they have just made to their usual large stock of goode, got up in a style that their extensive prac tical experience have deemed necessary for the rapidly growing wants of this progress ing community, at prices that speak for

themselves. r -

P.S.-Cabinet and Upholstery work of every description to order, and warranted.

MB, L. HY M AH, .

BALL A fi AT L I B B A B- Y,

KEA£ TSE CHARLIE NATZER

HOTEL, - .

HAS just received a magnificent edition

of Shakspeare's Works, by Barry Corn» wal), willi illustrations fay Henry Meadows-; Dre's Dictionary of Arts,. Manufactures, nud Mines; LaVater's Physiognomy; Appleton's Mechanic's Magasine; works ob Astronomy, Astrology, Chemistry, Physiology, &c'; Br. Camniing's and other religious works,"; Cbarles Lever's new novel, "The Martins of Cro' Martin;'* Harry Caveidsle's Conrtsfaïo. a new work, by the author of Lewis Arundel,

Sec. . ' : '

i French and German Boob, by ttife

best Authors.

^BALLAHftT SHARE OFFICE.

MHOBEMiSÀ CO., Share Brokern

« Commission-agents,' next to til« Unicorn HoteL Maiu Boad.

Sbares bought and sold on Commission* Mining agreements 4mwii «ut. « ;

Steam engines and mschinery fiiraiehed.,,

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