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FOR REMAINDER OF INTEL Ll (/ENCE

SEE FOURTH FJ.OÈ.

ATJCTIQg SALE.

THIS DAY

W. C. SMITH-At Bath's Hotel, at one

o'clock, vines, shrubs, fruit trees, &c.

O'Fa&SEtx & SOK-At. their yards, at twelve

o'clock, saddle and draught horses, spring. ' carts, Sec ; and, at the George Yards, pigs,

bullocks,, cows, ¿tc.

Of FRIDAY. 20th JULY,

Contains-^

MINING LEGISLATION AGAIN.

PROSPECTING.

DECENTRALISATION A NOVELTY.

EUROPEAN POLITICS.

RETROGRESSIVE MINING LEGISLA-

TION.

A RETROSPECT.

Parliamentary Proceedings:

THE BROWN'S LEASES!

CLONES, LAMPLOUGH. LINTON, AND

SMYTHESDALE NEWS.

THE SNOWY HIVER.

THE NEW ZEALAND WAS.. BALLARAT CIRCUIT COURT.

THE CASTERTON TRAGEDY :

CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF

THE MURDEREB.

MINING, COMMERCIAL, AND AGRI-

CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE COURTS, &c, &o.

rpo MINING COMPANIES. - The _L Undersigned has FOR SALE

75 horse-power steam engine

40 do do 12 do do For particulars apply to

J. S. CARVER,

Armstrong street. THIS DAY.

Splendid Saddle Hack for Sale.

O'FARRELL & SON will sell at thtir

?Sarde, Main road, on the above date, at 12 o'clock,

A splendid chesnut Saddle Horse, which can be highly recommended.

THIS DAY.

Fresh Stock.

O1 FARRELL & SON have instructions

to sell at their yards, Main Road, this day, at twelve o'clock,

13 head superior horses, trained to draught, saddle, and light harness, of which there ÍB a pair perfectly matched for carriage. All young, and in good condition.

Also, two excellent spring carts, drays, and saddles.

At the George Yards, at same hour,

Pigs, working bullocks steers di for yoking, milch cows, springers, &c.

MONDAY, 33rd JULY.

To Storekeepers, Hay and Corn

Dealers, &c.

MITCHISON BROTHERS have received

instructions from the proprietor, Mr M. D. Robertson, to sell by auction on the pre

mises,

Lot 1 -That long established and well known r store, (late Barton's), situate at tue corner of Humffray and Mair streets, haring a frontage to Humffray street of 56 feet, and 80 feet to Mair street. The store is most sub- stantially built, with large hay lofts, stables and outhouses, and now commands an exten-

sive trade.

Lot 2-An allotment of land adjoining the above, having a frontage of 43 feet to Mair street, by a depth of 60 feet.

Lot 3-An allotment of land, do do do.

After which will be sol i,- horse power chaff cutter, horse, drays, and harness, large weighing machine, scales, a quantity of roof-

ing tiles, and

A variety of sundries.

Without reserve.

Sale at twelve sharp.

Terms at-sale.

WEDNESDAY, 25TH JULY.

To Printers.

UNRESERVED SALE.

Vf ITCHISON BROTHERS are in receipt

_i.vX of instructions from the proprietor to i sell by public auction, on the premises, ] Smythesdale, adjoining the Bank of Aua- !

tra! asia,

The Wettern Tinta Printing Office, to- gether with the entire plant, in good and full working order, a list of which, with all in- formation, can be had at the office of the

auctioneers.

Sale at Twelve sharp.

Terms at sale.

MONDAY, 23rd JULY.

CHAS. DYTE,

Auctioneer, Commission Agent, and

Share Broker,

MAIN ROAD,

HAVING made arrangements for a regu-

lar supply of Furniture of every description, intends holding weekly sales, the first of which wilt take place at his rooms on

MONDAY, Î3rd JULY.

MONDAT, 23rd JULY.

Kerosene Lamps and Oil.

CHAS. DYTB wîH sell by public «action

st bis rooms. Hain Road, on Monday, 23rd July, at twelve o'clock sharp,

Keroiene lamps sad Oils

CHAS. DYTE, Auctioneer.

Cottage in Raglan street.

CHAS. DYTB has received instrnctioni to

sall by private «entraos :a very compart Four-roomed cottage, situate in Baglan atnet, one door from Sturt street, being part of snot- s' section 16, having a frontage of 35 feat 6 in.

by a depth of 16£iaet. .

¡ Terms easy.

! CHAS. DYTB,

i Auctioneer, Msia fioM.

THURSDAY, 96nt JULY,

'.. AtTwo o'clock.

To Mining Companies, furnishers,

, ânft Others

«T AMES B ABIER "has been downed with ;V - instructions lb «ell -by public auction {if

1 not pre vionsly disposed of by prívate sale), at.

tba claim, on Thuraday, the 26 ih day bf July,

at two o'clock p.m,r j

^Tha valuable mining plant and machinery, j

Industry Gold Vining Company, j

Devonshire Lead, near Buninyong, ¡ Consisting of a sixteen horse (16) power en- I gine, winding gear, puddling- machine and ? g«w, with' ell connections, together- with offices, buildings, blacksmith's shop and tools, shaft tools, Spc. &c, the whole forming a complete ¿mining plant of. a claim, in. foll working condition. ? ' .

- Also, the tight, title, and interest in and to a lease held nader Government of 6 acres, on the Devonshire Lead, adjoining the Bania yang Company's estate. '

This grant has only been partially wrought, and presents a good speculation to a party of rainers, it having produced the last month of active work over £300 worth of gold lo 16 men, as can be proved by a reference to the National Bank, Buninyong.

. The whole will be sold without reserve, sub- ject to a mortgage for a small amount, of

which full particulars may be had on applies- i

tion to

JAMES BAKER,

Auctioneer and Commission Agent,

Chamber of Commerce, Ballarat. PY PUBLIC AUCTION-.

TUESDAY, 24TH JULY,

On the Premises.

To Capitalis ts and Others desirous of embarking in a Lucrative Business.

Valuable Brewery and Allotments

of Land on the Township of Caris-

brook.

By Order of the Mortgagee.

MESSRS RICHARDS & CAREY haw

been favored with instructions to sell

by public auction, on the premises, Carisbrook, on Tuesday, 24th July, at one o'clock sharp,

That splendid and magnificent building, known as the Carisbrook Brewery, situate in the township of Carisbrook, together with the. following valuable allotments, also ia the same township : -

B. v.

Allotment ll Section 21, containing 1 20

,. 12 " "17

13 ., ». 1 li 14 ., "10 15 " - "1 38

., 16 " " 1 20,

'7 ., " 1 30 j

I " 19 " io! ., 2 » "10

15 ., 1 O'

Lot I I

Will comprise allotments ll to 17, both in-

clusive, of sectional, together with m ,

The Brewery, I

Which is built of brick and stone, having a capacious stone cellar, measuring 40 x 30 feet, and 8 feet high. Above the cellar is (he tun and cooler-room; and on the first floor the mash-tun and copper. Also, the store room, for malt, hops, &c. In the tun-room are two fermenting tuns, capable of fer- menting 20 hhds each ; also a cooler and

boiler.

The cellar contains a well, which supplies the water for the brewery at ali seasons of. the year.

The Brewery is capable of doing 120 hhds per week, and stands on the corner of allot- ment 17, section 21, having a frontage to - street, and two frontages to Government reserves; the adjoining allotments, ll to 16, having valuable frontages, are substantially fenced, portions subdivided and under culti- vation, supplied with water from the weil. There are also a weatherboard cottage of three rooms, six-stall slab stable, with other out-buildings, and a cooperage, which ia at- tached to the Brewery.

N.B.-ThiB brewery, built in first rate style, regardless of cost, situated in one of the best districts of the colony, is perfect in all its branches for the carrying on of an ex- tensive and lucrative-trade, and is worthy the immediate attention of capitalists and others.

There is also a Malt Mill, about 800 casks, and other articles useful in a brewery, which will be sold in convenient lots.

LOT 2

Will comprise Allotments 1 and 2 of section 19, having a frontage to Buckland street.

LOT 3

Will comprise Allotment 15 of section 19, having a similar frontage.

Parties wishing to inspect the premises prior to the day of sale, can receive orders of in- spection on application to the Auctioneers, or to the parties now in possession of the pro .

perty.

RICHARDS & CAREY,

Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agents,

_Market square, Castlemaine._ TUESDAY AX3 WEDNESDAY,

24th and 25th JULY.

MONSTER SALE OF

Wines, Spirits, Groceries, Oilman's

Stores, Oats, &c.

To Close various Melbourne Consignments.

SLAZARUS & CO. have received in

. structions from Melbourne to close various accounts, wiil sell by auction at their Rooms, Main Road, without reserve, on Tuesday and Wednesday, 24th and 25th July,

A large assortment of goods consisting of 5000 bushels Colonial 20 cases claret

Oats 60 do champagne

15 tons rice 60 boxes tacks, each SO boxes Belmont can- 100 papers

dies 4 bales 72 inch grey 20 casks currants calico

120 boxes Eleme rai« LS crates crockery, Ba-

sins sorted

15 cases Batger's jams 6 casks glassware

14 do cheese 2 cases iron bedsteads

A ton shell almond « 5 do wood-seated chairs 20 cases assorted sauces 3 bales wrapping paper 10 do bacon 20 cases 6 and 8 inch 15 firkins butter- lever clocks

8 casks salmon 20 trunks asorted boots IQ cases herrings, of I A quantity of clothing

doz. each aud * variety ot other 15 cases Hibbert'B ale goods. 10 hdds draught do

The Auctioneers drawing the attention of storekeepers, dealers, and others to the above sale would wish to impress on their minds that the goods are all in good condition and of the best brands, and as this is a bonajide sale the whole will be sold without reserve.

Terms at Sale.

Samples on view the day previous to sale.

LUNCHEON PROVIDED.

Tuesday and Wednesday, 24th and 25th

July, |commencing each day at twelve o'clock sharp._

AUCTIONEER,

Share Broker« Valuator, Land and

Commission Agent, -

ARMSTRONG STREET.

EVERY DESCRIPTION of MERCHAN-

DISE, FURNITURE, &c, received. NOTE.-Loanr granted, and out-door sales of every desorption conducted with prompti- tude aj«! ikspatch._ IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE

COMPANY OF LOMDOH.

Capital, £1,680,000.

AGENTS FOR - BALLARAT AND

DISTRICT .

9. * X. ODDIE,

.. JÍONDAY, ^ JULY.

. Firs^-rate importunity.

Splendid Investment tor a Man of '

finuili Capital.

'A JÖEik^ßß& xîfiLLY Wnmved in

atractiang from, ^ît Healy to sell by auction, on the ground, on Monday nest, the 23rd inst., at one o'clock, '

Tite Borra Borra (late Wellington)

. Hotel, and Store adjoining'. '

Situated en the Grolden Point Road, at the jonctionof Humffray and Peel streets, having - a frontage of 66 feet lo the former ¿y 86 feet to the latter, and containing large and conve- nient bar, bar parlor, hage dining room, five bed 'rooms, kitchen, 'stable, and all other necessary offices, with yard at the back.

- The Hotel, is let to a good , tenant at a weekly rent of «ne pound, and is dcmg a first rate business^ being in the centre of a large, mining population. Also a bagatelle table and ten pigs.

THIS DAT,~ ~~

Under the Verandah of Bath's Hotel, at one

. o'clock sharp.

Vines, Flowering Snrnbs, &o.

C - SfVIfTH

HAS received instructions from the pro-

prietor of the Ballarat "Vineyard, to sell by public auction, under the verandah of Bath's Hotel, on Saturday, 21st July, at one o'clock «harp,

A choice assortment of tines, flowering shrubs, &c., «ll warranted free from disease, being the very pick of the Vineyard.

2000 vines, finest varieties 2000 Alpine strawberries Roses . Fuschias

Clianthers

Gooseberries,

&c. &c &c.

W..C. SMITH, Auctioneer.

NOTICE TO SLAUGHTERMEN,

BUTCHERS, 4c

Fat Cattle.

A foll supply of fat cattle constantly on

hand.

Sales by auction held every WEDNES- DAY, at the yards adjoining the Turf Hotel,

at 2 o'clock.

. B. HEPBURN, Salesman and Commission Agent.

ACTOLUS GOLD MINING COM-

PANY.-Notice is hereby given that the Shares of the Undermentioned individuals

will be submitted for sale, by public auction, at the Offices of the Company, on Wednesday, the 25th bf July, at one o'clock, unless the amount set opposite ' their respective names (being calls in arrears), with expenses, are paid on or before twelve o'clock of the day of

Bale:

£ a. d.

John Bishop . 4 0 0 John Bracher. 2 0 O John Bryan . 4 10 0 Thomas Cottier. 6 0 0 William Dondore-. 2 O 0 .Robert Ferguson.12 0 0 Charles Griffiths.. ". 8 0 0 John Galling. 3 18 4 John Gill. 17 0 0 Thomas Sayies . 3 0 0 Thomas Smith ...._ 5 0 0 Duncan Reed. 9 0 0 Francis Morse .. 7 0 0

In the event of any of the above shares not realising at the sale the amount of calls due upon audh shares, the original owners of such shares not so realising wül be held Liable for the balance. By order,

S. W. THOMPSON, Secretary.

MUNICIPAL COUNCtt' OF BALLARAT. To Auctioneers, Cattle Salesmen, See.

rpHE BALLARAT CATTLE MARKET JL is open for the sale of tame cattle et the rates named in the Bylaw No. 22.

By order, .JOSEPH COMB,

_Town Clerk.

WANTED, by the Smythesdale and

Brown's Junction Gold Mining Com- pany, a 25 horse power high pressure hori- zontal Steam Engine, with either one or two boilers. Tenders and specifications to be sent to the 'undersigned on or before the 30th July.

WILLIAM GRANT,

Moorabool street. Geelong. - Geelong, 19th July, 1860.

WANTED a situation as Wheelwright or

Blacksmith, being fully compétent in either branch. Apply by Utter to A. h., Post-office, Ballarat._

rpo DRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. - JL Wanted two experienced hands. Ap ply Anwyl Brothera, Main Road._ TO WHOLESALE MERCHANTS,

Ironmongers, and Others - Wanted Commissions from first-class houses by a traveller with unexceptionable references and an extensive connexion of three and a half years standing, both in the Ballarat and Maryborough districts. Address " Security,'' Star office.____

GREAT EASTERN QVAHVZ MIMING

COMPANY.-TENDERS Wanted for the further Sinking of a Shaft fi x 3, to the depth of 160 feet ; present depth 105 feet. Particulars at thc Phoenix Hotel, where teu> ders will be opened on the 21st inst., at eight o'clock p m., before the tenderers.

By order. J. GOLDSTÜCKER.

Deputy Sheriff* Office,

Ballarat, 20th July, I860.

rpENDERS required to be sent to this _1_ office oa or before twelve o'clock at

noon, on Tuesday next, the 24th inst., for cer- tain email repairs to the old Gaol. Particu- lars at the Gaol.

ROBERT WALLACE, Deputy Sheriff.

fl!ENDERS Wanted by tire Prince of

! L Wales Company, Frenchman's Reef,

¡ Creswick, for SOO tons of Firewood. It is to

j bs all gum, and soother will do. Tenders to

be sent ia on or before Saturday, the 28th instant. Address to John Thomas, Secretary. For particulars apply to Mr Watson, Vulcan Foundry, 1'allarat, or to John Thomas, Secretary, on the claim._

ALL AR AT BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. -TENDERS are invited for the supply «f 50 loads of Gravel and 25 loads bf Black Soil, more or Ieee of each,-at per load. Tandera to be endorsed and sent in to the Secretary,

at the Asylum, ou or before Monday, the ' 23rd inst., at 4 o'clock p.m.

STEPHEN COOPER, Secretary.

GGÜLDEN FLEECE Q.M.C, Brown Hill.

. -Tenden wanted to Sink; a Shaft 90 fee?, more or leas. Specifications to ha seen up till Monday, 4 o'clock, at Abramowitch's, Bootmaker, Blain road.

~~ Timber. 8x2

Ï1BOM 10 lo 20 feet lengths, now In stock,

at the United Saw Mill Company's Timber Tard, opposite the Theatre Boyal, Sturt street._^_?

~ Timber, 8 x ti. "~

NOW in stock, of various lengths, at the

United Saw Mill Company's Timber Yard, opposite tita Theatre Boyal, Start street. HOLLOWAYS PILLS.-How often do

. we sea peramu gradually pining away without-pain or any distinct indications of. disease ! They grow store feeble day by day, thejr appetite declinas, they kee au interest in business, and with lack-lustre eyes and cadaverous complexions, move' mechanically from place to piece, the very impenonations of. hopeless misery effected with general weakness and debility. Noir learn how it mar in all c«ses be cored.. A course JOÎ Holloway's Pill«, will infallibly rekindle the swaine; physical energies ofthe padang «ouse bis whole .organisation tp healthy action, and produce a complete revolution ia his jFeelinga, ? as well as bis frama. Their alterative said renovating properties can only be realised "by those who here experienced their effects.

NOTIGE IS, HEREBY GIVEN, that

the application of Thomas Elsbury and others, for a lease of twelve acres of

land at the River Leigh, dated .20th March,   A.D. 1860, having been refused, all reservation from occupation thereof under a miner's right by virtue of the application for such lease is at an end.    

JOHN COGOON, Warden. : Warden's Office, Buninyong,

20th July, I860.

WE, the Undersigned', do hereby give

notice that the partnership hitherto existing between us, under the style of the   Viotorian Stage Company, expired by     effluxion of time on the 25th of June ult. All claims against the old company up to that date must be sent in to A L. Blake, the manager in Melbourne, or to one of the agents mentioned below, on or before the twenty-first of August, or they will not be recognised.

The names of the agents are aa follows : J. T. BRITTON, SANDHURST.

P. W. JACKSON, CASTLEMAINE. . J. H. CONNELL, DIGGERS' REST. C. D. POLLOCK, MARYBOROUGH.  

H. T. MILLIE, HAMROCK HOTEL,

ARARAT.      

A. MONTEGANI CRESWICK CREEK. E. T. FOLEY, BALLARAT. JAMES HAY, McIVOR. WM. JONES, ECHUCA.

(Signed)

ARTHUR LINCOLN BLAKE.

PELEY WHITFORD JACKSON. JOHN FRANCIS BRITTON.

OLIVER BLAKE CLAPP.  

CHRISTOPHER IVESS.  

JOHN MURRAY PECK.      

CHARLES CULWELL GARDINER.

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

WE, the undersigned, beg to inform the public that we are in no wise con-   nected with the present reduction in the price of Hardwood Timber, deprecating the prin- ciple upon the just ground that at this season

of the year it is utterly impossible to retail it from the yards under 7s per 100 feet, and it would therefore necessarily entail a loss upon any parties in selling at a lower price :  

Trial Saw Mill Co., per T. B. Mallet

United Saw Mill Co., per C. H. Edwards

Lal Lat Saw Mill Co., per Thompson&Penny I Thomas Carter, Humffray street

John Cummins, do

' Richardson Se Co., Main road

Henry Costin, dp

John Harrison, do : Henry Bell, Soldiers'hill

¡ C Cooper .

Irring, Glover & Co. . .

! J. D. Stocks, Tutoría Timber Yard, Mel-

bourne road

Ballarat Sa w Mills -Biddle & Brown

American Saw Mills-Edwards & Bolman

Northumberland Saw Mills-Henry Clarke Monster Lodging House, Melbourne. THE QUEEN'8 ARCADE, together with

'Large premises .adjoining, now form one vast Board and Lodging Establishment, capable of accommodating 200 boarders.

Board, Lodging, and Washing, 20a per

week.

Separate Apartments for ladies and married couples.

Beds, ls per night. Meals, from 6d.

Parties en route to tbe Snowy River Dig- gings will find tile best and. cheapest accom- modation in Melbourne at the

' Queen's Arcade Dining Rooms.

_J. B. COLEMAN, Proprietor.

When Drinks may be taken Medi-

cinally.

(From our Foreign Correepondent J

AFTER goose or pork, or Irish stew, or

any delicacy into which onions have entered as seasoning. Invariably after fish.

When there is any washing being done at

home.

When a person feels' faint and does not know'

what fa tbe matter with bim.

When a mate turns up after a lengthened ab-

sence, or when you are'parting with, a mate whom you do not expect to see for a long time.

When a person has the toothache.

When a person has lest at any game, or When a person comçs into a property.

When a person has met with af great misfor»

tune, or made a tremendous bargain.

When a person has bought ar sold a share.

When a person has quarrelled or a reconci-

liation takes place.

When a person is Tiding outside of one of

Cobb and Co.'s Lightning Line of

Coaches,

Or is on a sea voyage, or goes out between

the acts of a five act tragedy (being dis- appointed in witnessing G. V. B.'s im- personation), or before ascending in a balloon, or after coming off a jury- or a coroner's iaguest, or when you are sitting up for your wife, or when your wife has a baby, or when a friend drops in- to smoke a pipe ; and, in fact, upon all suit- able occasions, of sadness, or merriment, when a person feels rather low or in high spirits.

Any person being dittrteud from either of the foregoing circumstances can be satisfac factotily PBESCBIBBD for, at a Low FEB, upon application at the -

Town Hall Hotel.

W. R, WATSON tc CO.

N.B.-The purest qoality of spirits sold

wholesale and retail.

[ADVERTIS BMEiíT.]

NO MONOPOLY.

/To the Editor of the Star.)

SIR,-In your contemporary of this date, I

hare read an account of the proceedings of the meeting of farmers held at the Mount Blowhard Hotel ; the object being to raise the price of farm produce in the Ballarat

market.

The Chairman stated that the farmers around Melbourne .'had succeeded to some extent in their endeavors, by appointing au agent to classify their hay and fix a price upon it, holding over whatever number of loads that remained unsold at that figure. It remains to be proved, how this method of compelling the trade to purchase at the farmers own valuation will work on Ballarat.

I differ with bim in reference to what ha said about commission agents, on whom he throws the blame of the present low prices, and had the audacity to charge them with I sacrificing the interests of their employers-to ' effect sales rather than lose their commission, i This I believe to be false, and comes with bad I grace from one of the party that the. agent is

bound to protect.

It is well known that were it not for the

agents produce would be sold at mush lower rates than is obtained for it at present, and that their removal from the market would be just what the storekeepers should like,as they would then have a better opportunity of pur* chasing ou their own terms. The supply being greatly in excess of the demand is the cause of the.present low prices whicti, after all, will stand a fair comparison with either Geelong ur Melbourne marketa.

Mr Ress volunteered another grata'tous in- Bult to the agents by charging them with underselling each other,. which is as false as it is ridiculous. He ought to know that no farmer is obliged to employ an agent if he

does not wish to do so.

The idea of appointing a committee of far- mers to ride an open market is just aa absurd js it ù impracticable,; in fact, the meeting was a complete farce, and, were it not for the 'polishing tbs press gave their jargon,' they

themselves would be ashamed to see it in print.

I am, sir, yours, &c., &c_

FREE TRADE. Ballarat, 20th July.

STEAM ENGINE. - Ju*t landing, ex

Wallace, s 40 Jwrse-power ENGINE, j 24 in. cylinder and 3 ft. stroke, and two j boiler« with Lowmoor furnaces; boilers

prored to s prassnre of 75 lb. per square inch,, and nay be worked together or asparataly. _GRAHAM BROTHERS & CO., «1 lattis Collins street East,

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC;

S. J. BRADSHAW

ms

THE

gEGSTO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT HAVING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OP

DEPRESSED STATE OF THE COLONIAL MARKE Ü,

^BY PURCHASING NEARLY

£20,000 Worth of New and Fashionable

Croods,

SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SB ASON, AT LESS THAN

HALF ÏHE EBTGLISH COST,

Will on SATURDAY NEXT and FOLLOWING DAYS offer the same to the public of

Ballarat and its surrounding district at such prices that must effect a

SPEEDY «LE AB. AH CE. S. J. B. would wuh to remark that this is not a

Bl H El S. IT F T ST 0 CE »

but entirely new, therefore his patrons will hare a double advantage by purcbaeing from it, namely, a saving of at least

FIFTY FEE. CE HT., and its not being the refuse of any Bankrupt.

THE SALE WILL COMMERCE THIS DAY

A FURTHER REDUCTION WILL BE MADE ON ALL PURCHASES OF FIVE

POUNDS AND UPWARDS.

SJ. BRADSHAW,

_ MAIN EOAD, BALLARAT.

SEVENTH ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING.

D . JPO WE S

HAVING received advices by the last Hail of a HEAVY SHIPMENT OF GOODS,

expected to arrive in about six weeks, by the

"GREAT BRITAIN" AND THE "LIGHTNING,"

Consisting of

425 GASES, TRUNKS, AND BALES,

Has determined previously to its arrival to

TAKE STOCK,

Which, will take place.on the 23rd of August, and in order to make room for this EXTENSIVE SHIPMENT, has resolved to clear out the remaining'

portion of his

WINTER STOCK

At 121 per cent less than Melbourne Prices!

So that every one may be able to avail themselves of this splendid opportunity foc

securing some

CHOICE BARGAINS.

D. J. from his position in the Home and Colonial Markets, feels satisfied that for variety of Material combined with Cheapness of Price, none can give greater satisfaction, and rests ! -assured that the public need only give bim a call to ' be convinced of the truth of thia

I statement.

REMEMBER ! Stock taken down on the 23rd August, so avail yourselves of the Golden Opportunity, and make an early call at

D. JONES',

CRITERION HOUSE, STURT STREET,

AMD

CRITERION STORE, MAIN ROAD.

HALF-YEARLY BALANCE SHEET

of »he BALLARAT BENEVOLENT ASYLUM.

DB. 1860.

June 30. To cash in hand,

December 31 £9 2 1 One-third Go-

vernment Grant 833 6 8 Municipal aid.. ÍS16 0 0 Ladies' Benevolent

Society. 200 0 0 Private Subserip

tione. 441 0 2 lámate Bentley.. 112 -0

_-«1701 0 ll

Amount due to Colonial Bank

of Australasia 30th June.. 648 18 3

£2319 19 2 CB.

I860- , n , - June 30. By amount due Colo-

nial Bank of Australasia,

December 31st. 1869- £148 11 3

Boil dine and re-

pairs.£137 14 0 Furnishing _540 14 4 Fencing.89 13 0 Ladies' Benevolent

Society. 100 0 O Salaries. 246 16 0 Groceries . 205 4 0 Meat. 102 19 6 Bread. 68 19 0 Milk. 26 6 6 Potatoes. 12 1 0 Wine, beer, and

spirits. 36 4 3 Drugs... 18 16 6 Medical extras .. 9 8 9 Tobacco. 3 4 0 Firewood . 66 6 6 Lamp oil . 14 0 6 Clothing. 17 19 0 Out-door relief .. 379 0 6 Funeral expenses 16 17 8 Advertising_ 22 6 0 Printing. 30 2 0 Stationery. 10 4 9 Casual labor_ 6 14 0 Petty Cash .... 16 1 0

Sundries . 6 18 4 Insurance. 12 12 0

Interest. 14 5 0 2201 7 ll

£2349 19 2

(Signed,) JOSEPH COMB, 1 Auditore.

THOS. P. GERARD. / AU<more

A. S. PARK, Hon. Treasurer.

OPOSSUM REEF GOLD MINING

COMPANY, GORDON'S-A Meeting of Shareholders «Ul be held at the Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Armstrong street. This (Satur- day) Evening, at seven o'clock.

JAMBS BAKER, Secretary pro Um. Ballarat, 21«t July, 1860. _

SOLWAY GOLD MINING COMPANY.

-A special general Meeting of the Shareholders in this Company will be held at the British Queen Hotel, at eight o'clock on Monday Evening, 23rd July, to receive and consider the draft of the Instrument of Asso-

ciation under the Mining Companies Act, and to transact other business of importance.

JONATHAN MIDDLETON, Secretary. ' AGENERAL MEETING ef the Share-

holders of the New Homeward-bound Quartz Mining Company, Italian Gully, will be held at the Clarendon Hotel, Lydiard street. Ballarat, on Monday, the 23rd instant, at half-past 7 p.m., for the purpose of mn Ving the necessary arrangements for organising Ute Company. Each shareholder is respectfully requested to attend.

_ JAMES TREBINNICK.

STANDARD GOLD MINING COM-

PANY, Band of Hope Reef, Little Bendigo.-The shareholders of the above Company an requested to meet at' Mack's Hotel, This Evening, at 7 o'clock pan. J. T. Phillips, Secretary._

Prize Strawberries.

THOMAS LANG & CO., .Nurserymen

?and Seedsmen, Ballarat, have purchased from Mr Sim the entire, stock of the magnifi- cent White Strawberry, the fruit of which gained die lint Prise at tie November Exhi- bition of the Ballarat Horticultural Society, and attracted the attention and guned, the admiration of all beholders, and which, more- over,' produced a crop of fruit that has not. been.eqoalh^for qo^tityand quality iu this district. ' *

Strong Planta are now ready, price be per 100.

Sat]

THEATRE BOYAL. Under the management of Mr Hoskins.

Last Night of

MR. G. V. BROOKE

ABD

MRS CHABLE8 POOLE.

THIS EVENING, 8ATURDAY,

Will be presented Kotzebne'a play of

THE STRANGER.

The Stranger.Mr G. V. Brooke Tobias.Mr H. N. Warner Mrs Haller.Mrs Charles Poole Annette. Miss Julia Harland

To conclude with a new piece de circumstance

B.B., THE BEHICIA BOY.

Bob Battles.Mr John Dunn

On Monday next, a Grand Equestrian Troupe

will appear.

Pi ices as usual._ CHARLIE KAPLER THEATRE

THIS EVENING, SATURDAY. Positively the LAST NIGHT of

WORRELL & CO.'S

NORTH AMERICAN CIRCUS

TROUPE.

Greatest BUI of the Season. '

HER ORISTOF on the Tight Rope.

HER METZGER on the Horizontal Bar. WORRELL the King of Clowns.

Together with the whole strength of the

Equestrian Company.

Remember-The Last Night.

PRICKS :

Dress Circle, 4s; Boxes, 2s; Pit, ls.

Doors open at seven; performance to com-

mence at eight.

CHARLEE NAPIER THEATRE. MB SYMONS has mncb pleasure in «nnonnc iog to the public that he bas spared neither puns nor expense in order to delight the inhabitants of Ballarat, and intends,to

Re-open the Charlie Napier

On WEDNESDAY Kext, the 25th instant,

when the highly talented

WORRELL FAMILY Will, in conjunction with an efficient company,

introduce their popular and fascinating

BALLETS AND DANCES

The performances on each evening will commence with Musical and other Entertain- ments, particulars of which see small bills.

Leader of the Orchestra, Mr S. SCBBADBB.

Stage Director and .Manager, Mr E. F. Monats,

Pit, ls ; Boxes, 2s ; Circle, 3s.

Casino open nightly at half-past 10, from

_Monday Evening the ¿3rd inst.

C0N6REGATÍ0NAL CEM,QK~

THE REV. J. BEER,

OP DUNOLLY,

WILL PREACH TO-MORROW,

Morning and Evening.

Service-Morning,.ll.

" Evening,. 6.30 THE CRITERION COURT,

CRITERION HOTEL, MAIN ROAD.

THUMSDA T EVENING, HW* JULY.

Cases set down for trial-Dunhope v Roger, or a disputed claim ; and Crazee v Roe, ort charged with being a lunatic.

All persons owning allegiance to this Court are required to gire attendance at 8 o'clock precisely.

Admittance by Refreshment Ticket.

Ballarat Gas Company.

SHARES in the above for Sale. Apply to

A B. REED, Ironmonger, Sturt street. "_ rpHBTLOAN OFFICE, 10 Humffray street JL Bakery Hill, off Main road, and oppo- site the Temperance Hall, is open daily fro ai 8 a.to. to 9 p.m. Lowest charges on Ballarat, ' -and strictly private. Connected with Gold

Office and Fancy Warehouse.

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Ballarat and District Genealogical Society Inc.
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State Government of Victoria
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