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i TE A H. -MBLBOUMW .3» j j GEELONG. , ^ :- - j

S. 8. ECTBSSB. , ..r- ..¡

-bee leave to notify Oak Uioy bram !

^ ff which be despri*** d*Sjr «ar j

t«« "ju. sharp. All good« sen t for *hip- j

(¡«AW *' hour, will- be forwarded the «UM ; 1*** TjTlivered in Geelong the following morning. ;

W.^t^ ofter inforraaïion, apply to tfce'imder. ;

"fj TAEKER, Agent, ll, Market «treeV*«

T- '. «id Geelong. ? . ??.

MESSES. MONEY" WIGRAM

and SONS' <pf BUckwall, Yard, London) line of Packets, j r comprising the Kent, Suffolk, «-T-fci«."tforfolt, and other well-known .<*pper

have been built expressly for the Aua

*P- ^*nrer trade. For LONDON Direct, to ' ^Ätpuactualily, cn'Saturday, tte 25th.

*LîT die celebrated dipper Bhip jttober, tne wi yoBKSHlEE,

,«0 toni, Al at Lloyd's, K A. EKTMIX, Com °S,^e m0Dey, ¿16 ana upwards.

rüfXiE of cabina, dietary scales, and all parti

fj" \j,Dw by letter or otherwise, to

tiilm, »PP'i 1 W, P. WHITE and CO., ...

10 Elizabeth street, Melbourne!

(\rien for passages from England may be obtained

^^doffiee^Melbonroe.

V. ^j^fe .

COBB AND CO.'S

TELEGRAPH LINE OP ROYAL MAIL

COACHES, j (Australian Stage Company, Proprietors.) ¡ _ , ogee-S. W. Corner of Sturt and Lydiard-eta.

Erandi Office-At the Railway Station. \

TO MELBOURNE DIRECT,

Cobb & Co.'s Royal Mail Coaches, leave Ballarat Mr it 7 a.O. for Melbourne direct, passing through ri, Ballao, and Bacchus Marsh, connecting at jju goad Railway Station with the Murray Uiver Liav, arriving in Melbourne at 5 o'clock p.m. (tai, a'uraiUd number of passengers taken.

- fina .-Rrèt-class £0 0«; Becond-clasB £0 Os.

Tabust to Creswick, 7 a_m. and 10.30 a.m. Fare 4s. Cifmrict to Ballarat, 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Fare 4s.

To ftöwiet's Creek, 2 a.m..£0 0 0

7a.ru. 0 0 o

?' lf 10.30 a m.0 0

aüies.Sa.m..0 0 0¡

12 noon.",...¿_ OOO

Talbot (Back Creek). 2 a.m. ,.-. .0 0 0

(do) 12 noon.OOO A^crst (Daisy Hill), 2a.m. 0 0 0

Hayborough, 2 am.. O 0 0 Dunolly, 2 a.m.-«. 0 0 0

Study Creek, 2a.m.. 0 0 0 Inglewood. 2 am. -. 0 0 0 Wedderbourne (Mount Korong) vialngle

wood,2a.ui. 0 0 0 Et Arnaud, (new Bendigo) 2 a.m. . OOO

Engtton, 7 a.m. 0 0 0

Smeaton, 7 a.m. 0 0 0 Yandoit, 7 a.m. 0 0 0 Castlemaine, 7 a.m. . 0 0 0 SandhurEt (Bendigo) 7 a.m. OOO

Eocct Prospect, 10.30 a.ro. 0 0 0. Dop Creek (Jim Crow) 10.30 a.m. OOO

Daylesford, 10.30 a.m. 0 0 0' Werdend, Tia Daylesford, 10.30 a.m..... 0 0 0

Misers' liest, i a.m. 0 0 0

" 12 noon . OOO

HowninL 4 a.m. 0 0 0

" 12 noon . 0 0 0 Late Learmonth, 4 a.m.«. 0 0 "0

Könnt Bolton, 4 a.m. . 0 0 0

Springs, 4 a.m. 0 0 0 Lexton (Burnbank) 4 a.m.. OOO

Umploogh, 4 a.m. 0 0 0 j

Avoca, i ».m. . 0 0 0

Moonambel (M'Kinnon'Ej), 4 a.m.. 0 0 il

IUd Bank, 4 a.m. OOo Barkly (Navarre), 4 a.m..0 0 0 liunumbeet, 4a.m. ....... OOO

EagUn (Fiery Creek) 4 a.m. 0 0 0 I

Ararat, 4 a.m. . 0 0 0

Great Western, 4 a.m. 0 0 0 !

Piiasant Creek 4 a.m. 0 0 0

£UptoE,Mcn Jays, Wednesdays, and Satur*

day?, . OOO,

Hamilton do Jo. 0.^9;' 0 Portland do do. 0 '0 0

Gordons, 7 a.in. 0 0 0

Dalian, 7 a.m. 0 0 0 PcLtland Hills, 7 a ni. 0 0 0 Bacchus Marsh, 7a.m.¿.' 0 0 0

Melton, 7 a.m.. 0 0 0| Keiler road, 7 a.rn.. 0 0 0* Hcunt Blackwood, 7 a.ni.,. j Luggage and parcels bearing the Australian Ex- ¡ press Company's Stamps delivered anywhere in Melbourne or the suburbs, on arrival of the Trains attheSpencer-strret Railway Station. Shilling and Sixpenny Express Stamps on sale at this office.

Ofice hours, from 2a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sundayt. from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

_E. J. BRAYTON, Agent.

K E W~ E U S H.

LANDSBOROUGH, GLASGOW LEAD,

MALAKOFF.

(OPE and CO. will despatch Two Four-horse

?' Coaches for the above New Rush daily, arriv II g rarly tame day, every information regarding fares, fcc., can Le obtained at Cobb and Co.'s office. _ E. J. Brayton, Agcut.

E EDUCED FAKÉIT

CODS and CO.-On and after Friday, October j

10th, the faie by the Royal Mail Coach will be a follows, leaviug hali office, Lydiard street, at 4

un.:

To libers' Rest. 3a. To Mount Blowhard. 4s. To Lake Learmonth . 5s. _ E. J. BUAYTON, Agent.

pulilS AND CO/S WESTEKN-TELEGRAPH

V LINE OF ROYAL MAIL COACHES.-On

jT after HoD.lay, 14th instant, a Coach wiU be fcjaiehed for the Conveyance of Mails and Passen gers from the Company's Booking Office, BaUarat, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 3.30 a.m. -

Passing through

ijmylheE&de Wickliffe ir?1T* Dunkeld

Tl,ton Arriving in Hamilton k-lieatham early same evening.

Starting the following morning~at 6 o.m., P" t , Tasdng through

KKiuholme Heywood

ween Bilk Arriving at Portland at p 3 p.m.

winch Coaches leave Hamilton for Apsley, -via 1 UTe&.liEh, Palmoial, and Harrow, every Thursday ' TSaturday at 6 a.m.; leaving Hamilton for Penola, . ^Coleraine and Casterton; on Thursday and Satur- I

7.«Ua.m; leaving Heywood for Casterton, via ¡.' T^T' -"igby. Merino, and Sandford, every Mon

' ''eonesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. Return "wea leave the Company's Booking Offices as Wows :-Portland, every Monday, Wednesday, and Tay atc a.m.; Hamilton, every Tuesday, Thura 3 «24 Saturday at 3,-and Casterton, Tuesday, ..T^' »nd Saturday, at 5 a m.; Apsley, Sunday rV'^ay, at 12 noon: Penola, Monday and

"Ty.»tia.m. I I?1?! information regarding Fares, 4c, to be

f application at the Office, corner of Lydiard ^t^jtjeets. E. J. BRAYTON, Agent.

POM¡ AND CO.'S AUSTRALIAN EXPRESS t»tJ ELS DKUVERY.-Parcels «an now be if,M »? Cobb and Co.'s Office, for delivery. »t any ki, nWÍDE Suburbs of Melbourne:-East Mel

CoEingwood, East Collingwood, Fitzroy, Uh a 80,1111 YwTa' Prahran, Windsor, St. Cs*' n**0T. Kew, Toorak, North Melbourne,

T' ^mington, and Emerald HilL

ÏT~- E" J- BRAYTON, Agent.

TEfiATiON OFTTMËTO CARNGIIAM AND

fniv c«^. ITALIANS,

jUi- SMYTHESDALE LUTE OF COACHES ft'C<iooKWTTn (in °°BjDnction with WrathaU's and tom ti '"ues to and from BALLARAT and LINTON) £u rrp nited States Hotel. Preston's Hill, and

«a. , i Hotcl- Snike Valley, ecartingat 7.1S , Botd. 5 returning from Eldorado and Dent's

«kiïLTïûleï'lale. at half-past 3 p.m. daily; 1

°m the ProspectorV Arms, SUffordshire Reef, a, " f% "ailing at Italians and Monkey Gullies, .sdR^lo -nllcsdale> and returning from Dent's

««»do Hotels at 3.30 p.m. daily.

_MATTHEW VEAL. Proprietor.

Itali^* BrownB> lintons, Carngham, and ToU^168* 7 a m'1 an* 3 p.m ,. 6s. To&'^aaaip.in.10B. To Sí*111' d0 "o, .10s.

îa^na' J do do, . 8s 6<L

«h^*t«s and parcels Looked at Cobb and Co.'s

O^j---O- CONOR, Proprietor. ,

. CreliKPr?R«ate the Fare to Smythe's :

^«o'aTJlSd.."Br<"r51'8 "ill te Six Sldllinga

' m ^kulhngg; return the same.

E. 0*CONOR.

H. WlíATHALT».

vr rs:-;

ttaik^,Ff CA?. carrying Her Majesly'é

^íarï e tbe Ballarat Post Office every % ¿¿"V? ^ÜBg at the Plank Road Botel; í^at^ír tte fr«T Boninyong every Su«, " ^ «liing at tte(^wnHoteL Ív¡]j=:-JQHy CASEY, Proprietor; J' * ÏO'E?f??BFtt0st LAKE LEARMONTH' ^ «nn^H^ having thfe flt^Hotelat ^«ÍMS»».» ^Learmonth Hotel. Mount ïStulan ^ arri"ngat 10 a.m. Leaving Î2?'' IWfc ?'m . PnnctuaUy. Booking office L^Wlâ,!Îri_Pan'0W Hotel, Marketequare. ^UTtoM^Ä611 ^ care- Plinto Bal

WMo^lowhard, 4B; Miliers' Rest, 8«

W» UW88KQB, PrnprirtW, jj

.,;... DAVID :..-^ÄS:,&gr ,

jgf8 JUST ' OPENED A. LABOE ' Alö> yAEIED ' ABSOETHEKT OF j

IS DEESSES, MANTLES, LACE SHAWLS, COLLARS, A1TOX)THER ARTICLES OF FASHIONABLE ATTIRE FOE LADIES' AND OENTLEMEliTS

. WEAR, - . ? "? ? ? V -

All of which axe vow ready for inspection, and to which' he wónld invite tho special attention tof his Mends end tile public.

?AMO, ..;

A BFJLUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF

- ?.tiwi TÍ^^WWM^^Z^^

And Material liar Gentlemen's mear, to wMeli particular attention iii requested. .

DAVID JONES,

CBITEEION HOUSE,

STUBT A»D ABHSTBONG STREETS.

DRESS AND FASHION.

S. J. BRADSHAW

HAS JUST OPENED A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOOD?, euitaUc for Ute present season, and

selected from the newest and best materials.

THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT

Ia supplied with a choice selection of

DOESKINS,

Angolas, Silk Mixtures, ftc.,

AU of which are warranted Shrank.

S. J. BRADS HAW,

TAHOE, CLOTHIER, &e ,

OPPOSITE THE "STAB" OFFICE.

NEW S ALAND,

jyjINEKS PEOCEEDING TO NEW ZEALAND WILL FIND, AT

WARNE AND RAND'S,

THE LARGEST STOCK OF CLOTHING IK THE COLONY,

Suited to tile -limnto of that country.

PEA JACKETS .-.from 11s Od. OUTSIDE SHIRTS-...-.-- from 3s Sd.

Blankets, Drawers. Under Shirts, and all other Goods at least 20 per cent, below

Melbourne Priées.

WAHNE ¿no BAND, MAIN;ROAD.

MORISON ARD WALKER,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HAT MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS,

100, MAIN BO AD, _ .ä BEG to intímate that they haye just openeMheff Shîpîbènts orSpnng'GoöäE, consisting of Gent's, Boys',

and Children's Hats, Caps, and Felts, in all tile latest styles, and are now prepared to offer their

customers a. selection from a stock second to none in the colony. M. and W. have received, ex Giant's , Causeway, a supply of Mayhew and Co.'a (of London) celebrated air-circulating and easy-fitting Black

Paris Hats.

N.B.-Every Stylo of Hat Blade to Order, and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed.

NOTICE TO FARMERS ~

ÏTIARMERS having Heaping Machines, Thrashing Machines, Portable Engines, &c, for repair, can effect

. a saving of from 25 to 30 per cent, by sending them to the undersigned daring the slack season, in order to pet them thoroughly repaired between now and harvest. Orders received, for one and two-horse Heaping Machines, Stripping Machines, Ste., at the Works. w,

JOHN GIBB and Co., Hair Street. Ballarat 21st May, 1862.

I

M P O B T E D II O BSE

LOTHIAN TAM.

The celebrated horse Lothian Tam will stand thia Beason at Mount Mercer. Terms-£5 each mare, with one in five allowed to bona fide owneis. Every care will be taken, but without responsibility. The mares to be paid for when taken away, of which notice will be given. Mares which missed last season will be served at half price"

Lothian ram, in Scotland, gained first prize at Dumfries, as a yearling; at two years old he gained six premiums, viz., at Neilson, Mary hill, Glasgow, Johnstone, Renfrewshire, and Kirkintilloch ; when three years old he was awarded the prize of forty sovereigns by the Stirlingshire Agricultural Society to serve mares in that county, competing against forty horses of all ages; when four years old he gained the premium of £40 and gold medal awarded by the Glasgow Agricultural Society, competing against 30 horses; he also gained other prizes at local shows. He is now six years old. -

Apply to the owner -

_ B. L. BELL, Mount Mercer.

CHAMPION.

r INNER of the .Geelong Agricultural

Society's 1st Prize and Champion F Cup for 1861; also, winner of the Ballarat . Agricultural Society's 1st Prize and Chal lenge Cop for 1861, and the 1st Prize Gold MedU at

Smeaton for 1861.

Champion is a bright bay, 6 years old,' stands i 7 hands high, and postattd of monetise bone and pooer. He was imported from Scotland by Messrs J. and M. M'lntosh, and was bred by Mr Anderson, Dromore, Ayrshire. Champion was got by Mr Anderson's Prince Charlie, dam, , Mr Andersen's prize mare at the Highland Society's Show in Glasgow, 1854. It will thus appear that, from both sire and dam, Champion

inherits the best bload in Scotland.

Champion was exhibited on several occasions as a yearling, and was never beaten, and ended his career in Scotland by carrying off at Glasgow, the High land and Agricultural Society's First Prize for year olds, beating thirty-one others.

Champion has proved a sure foal getter.

Terms-Four Guineas. 1

Good Paddocks provided, and every care and atten tion paid to mares, but without responsibility. Due notice to remove mares will be given to the owners.

ROBERTSON AND BOSS, .

Proprietors,' Burrumbeet.

ft 1HE Imported CLTDKSDALE HOBSE 1 WRESTLER

A few Mares can ' still be received at Ercildoun, at £4 ia each.

BOTHWELL.

rilHIS celebrated pure Clydesdale . L Stallion will travel this Season in I the districtsof BuTrunibeet and ^ Ascot, as

_.follows:

Every Monday, commencing on Monday,,the 22nd September, at Mr D. dyne's Farm, Burrumbeet. Tuesday, st Swan's'Two Bridges Hotel. Wednesday and Thursday, at Mr James dyne's, Mount Blow hard. >:. Frioay,- at Sheahan'* Victoria HoteL Cog hill's Greek, and Saturday, at Wright's Mount Bolton HoteL Springs. . . / - .

Terms-Four Guineas, each "mare; 'including Fad docking; Five Guineas.' Mares 4a ^ be removed on notice teing given, otherwise three shillings per week will be charged.. ,". , "...

. . All money to be paid to the groom at the end of

the season. .

IkrthweU was imported in 1858 %y Mears T. and S. Learmonth,. of greildrmn,;¿fcomayhpja hp iggie purchased by *i« present f«»x»e^.,.,JIe is «sure

Burrumbeet, Profaietor,',.

^BESWICK DISTRICT HOSPITAL.-Mr JOHN \J MOORE DAVIS ha» been appointed to Collect Subscriptions far the Creswick; District Hospital. By order of the committee. ??. , ?

C C. DOWLING, Chairman.

w

CLYDE.

THIS celebrated ENTIRE CLYDES i_ SALE HORSE will stand this season at Charles Allen's Farm, Burnbank road, Lake Learmonth. Clyde is a real Dapple Brown, five years old, from an imported mare, sire that renowned horse George Buchanan. Clyde was formerly tho property of the Messrs Stewart, of Skip ton; his slock is not to be surpassed by any colonial bred draught horse stock in the colony, he is pos sessed of immense strength, splendid action, and good symmetry, and has proved himRelf a sure foal getter- An early application is requisite, as only a limited number of mares will be taken, the owner having a number of bia own. Terms tiree guineas each mare including paddock accommodation, pay

able at the end of the «eason. A deduction will be made where four mares or inore are taken from one

person. Hares miming this season will be served the next at half price. -

CHARLES ALLEN, Proprietor, Lake Learmonth,

WOOL.

BRANCH AT BALLARAT.

WE have pleasure in informing our squatting

friends of the Western District, that we have opened a branch of our business in Lydiard street, under the management of Mr E. J. STRICKLAND, who will receive into store, weigh, pay carriage, and forward-per rail to Melbourne, all wools consigned to us. At this depot we shall keep a stock of station stores,. which caa be forwarded by return drays with out delay.

The ornees, being . immediately opposite the rail way station, offer great facilities for the quick recep tion and despatch of goods.

R. GOLDSBROUGH ABO CO:

Melbourne, 3rd Sept.

NOTICE.

WE have appointed Messrs REYNOLDS and

ENGLISH our Agents for' the receipt and transmission of Woolf or the seaboard, and Messrs B. and E. will also forward stores from Ballarat to up country districts.

GIBBS, BON 4LD, and CO. Heapicg Machines.

WILLIAM BAYLES and CO. haye inuch plea

sure in introducing to the notice of the

Farmers of Victoria S. and E. '.Martin's Prize Reapers, these machines having acquired in Sooth Australia an universal reputation for taking off the wheat cleaner than any.others, and for their superior durability.

These machines- haye taken the first prizes at the Agricultural Shows ia' South Australia fot the years, 1860-61 «nd 1861-62 ; and aa a, proof of their superior durability, the fact may be mentioned that 'machines

four years old, of S. and E. Marlin!» make, have ? taken first and second prizes at Reaping Matches

against newjnachinesiof ' other makers' manufacture.

They have also received high commendations from the Farmers using them, some of - whose names and addresses can "be seen at bur office, many of them Iraving disposed of 'tha machines they already poe «es3Cd to obtain tibose of 8. said E. Martin's ;make. _

? Sample mw1'i"« to be seen,. and/every mformation \ a« to terms, 4c., on Application,'to "William.'Bayles''1 aaa TÍO'., grCollmB street west, Melbourne. - IM '. '»^NAN'S AGRICHLTOBAL .IMPLEMENT: L ' MANDFACTOBY./ Stnri ! street, Ballarat' FOB; SAI^Plapgh Beam Blocks of*he best flattern,., Share PJBleS"do~do;-Steel-l,lB±BS for Mould Boards, Sole Plates ind Plough' Wheels, ¡at reasonable prices;

- o^jrjcE.^.,.,;:;,::^; - */

WATCHMAKER - AND JEWELLER,

hasremovedftom Ins otd&afcblisnedjwomises, in Lydbrf«ti»et,jtoIas new.a^jmnro. «entraishop,

lately ¿ecé^aAMrMr,iitá^i¿b$e0oi^ and where j

'' ^ools of the best qoality omy on hand.

Observé the Address-Next door to Cobb's office.

1^1 OTICE.-On and after Monday,' the 14th April,

the Daüy Afyw wiU be deuvered to subscribers after the arrival of the first train from Melbourne.

Bing» cp|iw%wtort^4r^Tl^yijBlM»

oi? oaf MTS R CS. i

J. IL WALLACE ana CO.;

ÏMPOETEBS OF - DRAPERY,"'GENTLEMEN'S

I. CLOTHING,! ANJÍ¿BQOTS AND SHOES, :

.Corner ..af Start and Armstrong Streets, "Ballarat. : ?All the.Novelties of the : Season, ia .every ;

Department, jost 1» nana.

, , .- , IHBFEOlrOH INVITED. '

SPUING PURCHASES.

R. B. THOM

the season, consisting £f- .

r CHENE.4ND BROCHE MOHAIRS,

FRENCH' AND BRITISH GRENADINES, PRINTED* MUSLINS*AND ^USLINETS,

FOULARD'S AND OTHER NEW FANCY

SILES. ; ; - .

:.- lSjïAWï.S. '.

EMBROIDERED AND LACE - TRIMMED

SQUARES,

BLACK IACE. SPUN SILK,. .

LLAMA & CASHMERE BOUND SQUARES

AND DONGS.

MANTLES, RICH BLACK GLACE,

MOHAIR, AND CASHMERE, of the most

graceful shaplt.' - 1

R. B. IEOH,

LATE

THOM and MALLACH.

Sturt street, opposite Post Office.

»IP- ??

ÏÏHION JACK WAEEHOUSE.

COEHEB OP

ARMSTRONG AND DANA STREETS,

I. T. K I BT G

Hag to band a Large and "Varied Stock of

SPUING GOODS,

liiOLUUrjs'G

ALL THE NOVELTIES FOR THE SEASON.

THOMAS LANG & CO.,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

NURSERYMEN, SEEDSMEN. AND

-FLORISTS.

BALLARAT, '."

HAVE pubüshed a CATALOGUE OF DAHLIAS

- which wrill^be sent free by post on application.

Their coUeclion of Dahlias is the most extensive and the most select by far in the Australian Colonies.

BKDDDJa PLAUTS for ornamenting the Flower Garden daring sommer, may be had at very tor rates, consisting of Verbena, Petunia, Geranium, Phlox, Pansies, Mi mutas, Fuchsia, Craseula, Atc.

The new Fuchsias, which were imported last season, are now: teing sent out, and as die stock is

limited early application is necessary. Amongst : these are some very fine doaBle-varieties. ? _ 1

Pin..*» nt Hi. «jyJÜMft JV.lM^gi.^^^^ irllich we gained so many prizes last-season, are now " also ready.

MANGEL WURZEL SEED.

The price of Mangel Wurzel, is reduced to 2s

pee lb; we can offer a few pounds of seed raised ] -from-the immensely large roots with-which we gained j

the first prize at the Agricultural Society's Exhibi

tion in March, 1861. j ' SEED POTATOES, from Tasmania. -A few still left j

of the celebrated Dom Potato. .

BáST Guano much' reduced in price since the open ing of the railway.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Painters, Builders, Confractors, and the

Public generally.

THE FISH OF

J. K. BAIRD AND CO.

BEING about to DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP,

have resolved to Clear out the whole of their extensive stock, consisting of.

Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Brusher, Paper

hangings, Glass, &c,

AT

A GREAT REDUCTION.

On and after Monday, the 15th September, the large wareroom will be open to the public, where

PAPERHANGINGS can be had at the following |

rates:

3d, 5d, 6d, 7d, 8<L 9<L lOd, lld, ls,

and upwards.

Consisting of bedroom, sitting-room, parlor, drawing room, dining-room, &c, &c.

Parties from the country wanting to purchase I BALES .OF PAPER, consisting of 300, 400, and 500 pieces, wUl find this an opportunity seldom met

with.

Their stock, which is too well known to need re commendation, being the finest and most extensive in the colony; consists of.

White Lead, Nos. 1, 2, 3.

Red Lead.

Boiled and Raw Oils, Turpentine, &c.

Black Paint.

Amber, Yellow, Bed, Green, and BluePainta, &c, &c.

Dry Colors.

Kerosene Lamps and Oil.

Wicks, Shades, Globes, Glasses.

? Gold Leaf, Dutch and Silver Metal Bronze.

Stock and Whitewash Brushes, and other articles

in tho trade too numerous to mention.

; A visit to the establishment will better enable intending ?purchasers to judge for themselves.

VICTORIA HOUSE, HAIN ROAD.

KEAB THE BRIDQE.

FOB CHEAP PAPERHANGINGS, &c., go to

H. FORTUNE'S, Victoria Street Choicest As sortment of every description and-a guaranteed

SAVING OF TIME AND MONEY.

PAPERHANGINGS WÔTDOW GLAßS

- BOÏLKD AÎTD RAW OIL, TUBPS

GENOTHS WHITE AND -BED LEAD PAIKTS, DBÏCOLOBS

VABMSHBS, BRUSHES - " - ABTXSTS' TOBE COLORS

TBAJTSPABEHT GLTC, GOLD LEAP, ic

SABLE Wnirmo PENCILS -

.... .. Choice Assortment.

FRAMED ABD UNFRAMED ENGRAVINGS, ' PIES'GLASSES ".

GILT, MAPLE, ROSEWOOD, ABD WALNUT

' MOULDINGS

. - _ Great ^ariejty.

ENGRAVINGS, SHOW CARDS, PRINTS, tua.,

FBAKED CHEAP.

" Otitn for 'Writv^, Painting, Gttmng, md

;..:H.;v Paptrhangitig<

'---TT^r.--1 .?.. ,-- ,. i .-:--~T-;

LD5TERAHD ANGEL.

HEESE AND: BUTTEB ^FACTORS,

Ön^alp- ,

Colonial Cheese .

?????? Imported^o ?? - : : -"<

í ¡iJófimialButter -<? i-.i-' r ¡ 'CpÄ^,;in«loth .? ....j,

^'í'-CteloBíal-ido^'*' '<«;" !"';. .tu; EmsIIoney ' -':-««...

Candles and Soap' - v" Currants, Figs, Prunes, Muscatels Almonds, Huts, Brazils

Teas and Coffees

100 kinds Confectionery Dates '

Pärf Onions,

c

O ï. 1> G RI T EBZO KT S TORE,

''' .' HAIN ROAD.

" r irow OH VIEW,

SPRING FASHION SUI

HOKES and HAWSIffS invite an inspection of their first show of SPRING GOOBS. !

consisting of the neves designs and choicest materials the looms of Paris and London j

tove produced.

650 BLACK GLACE and MOIRE HAHTLES, all at 6s 6d.

1000 PARASOLS, at 4s lld.

UNRIVALLED MILLINERY!!

NOSES AMD HAWKINS,

OLD CRITERION STORE, HAIN ROAD.

DRESS AND FASHION.

IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE.

TO THE INHABITANTS OF BALLARAT and Surrounding Districts.-Those Extensiv« Business

Premises in the Hain road, lately in the occupation cf S. J. Bradshaw,- is now Reopened by

MESSRS HENRY SEW AND COMPANY,

From Bourke street, Melbourne. 1 Messrs H. B. and Co., in soliciting the favors of the Ladies of BaQnrat, wDl be prepared to show them some of the Choicest Goods eyer imported, having been selected-with great taste and care i^

I French, and Continental Markets. ~ Ladies may rely opon a good choice of New and Fashionable : DRAPERY, MILLINERY, MANTLES, ENGLISH and FOREIGN SILKS and SHAWLS, HOSIERS', HABERDASHERY, &c. Ac. . .

The Millinery and Made-up Dress Department is under the superintendence of Mrs Overend, assisted by first-class artists from Pam and London.

In the Mantle Department ladies will find Uie latest fashions, and a splendid assortment of goods suitable

for the present and commg season.

The high standing of this old established business firm in Melbourne is a guarantee to the public.

Th« stock of MeuVnad Boys' Clothing is large and varied. AU goods will be sold at the smallest remune I Tative rate of profit.

Small profits and quick returns will be carried out to the fullest extent.

_ : _HENRY BBW «nd COMPANY, Proprietora.

SOUTHWARD & SUMPTON

HAVE opened their NEW and EXTENSIVE PREMISES, adjoining their old-established Grocery

Warehouse, in Sturt street« with the

LARGEST AID BEST SELECTED STOCK OF

TEAS,

GROCERIES,

WINES,

SPIRITS,

ALES AND PORTERS, EVER OFFERED ON BALLARAT, AT MELBOURNE f RICES.

CALL AND JUDOS FOB YOURSELVES.

T E A. TEA T E A.

HE KAI SO W CO NO OU TEA, Ex FIDELIO,

W

BRASTET) - IB TEIAKOLE REVERSED.

GL F

As Advertised by us at 4B per lb., is pronounced to be the Finest Sample ever Imported to this Colony,

[see Melbourne Trade Report of 15th September,] and can be bad on Ballarat only at

SOUTHWARD AND SDHPTON'8.

T

JOSEPH JONES,

(LATE JOSES & CLEMESHA).

WHOLESALE COFFEE AND SPICE DEALEB,

BALLARAT COFFEE HABT. MAIN ROAD,

(NEAR THE BRIDGE.)

COLONIAL WINES.

TOWWi fr+r*''"l"" -»i» yrnttr nomifliffin

MEST, Armstrong street, Ballarat.

WK. WATSON AKD CO., respectfully intimate

a that they are prepared, with the opening season, to offer for sale, the choicest wines of Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia. Tiley have

already in stock the following first-class brands of :

cf colonial wines :

Chablis Burgundy Chrystal Frontignac Hermitage Constantia

Sauturoe White St Heilliers Bed Kaluda White Kaluda

These wines, the pure juice of the grape, are both genuine and wholesome, while their moderate price (ranging from 28s to 32s per dos.) place them within the reach of alL Sample betties of the above ls 6d.

iHOMAS DIGGINS has much pleasuie in an- j

nonncing to his old Customers and Friends in Ballarat and surrounding district that he has RESUMED HIS OCCUPATION of the NOBTH GB ANT HOTEL, and hopes .to renew their ac quaintance at the earliest opportunity. They will find that no change has been made in tile rule he has always observed of offering only first-class articles; and that no exertion will be spared to recover and

retain their custom.

TEMPERANCE HOUSE,

ADJOINING THE BRIDGE,

HAIR BOAB, BALLARAT.

PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION FOB FAMILIES.

TERMS MODERATE.

G. BUCHANAN, Proprietor. VICTORIA HOTEL,

FOR FAMILIES AND GENTLEMEN,

Corner of Moorabool and Great Malop Streets,

GEELONG,

HAS undergone thorough renovation under the

New -Management, and is now affording excellent accommodation to Commercial Gentlemen and others. Private apartments for families.

Billiards.

W. J. HOLDING, Proprietor.

(Late ot the Boyal Hail Hotel, Geelong.)

ELVTDEBE HOTEL, Victoria Parade, near the

Parliament Houses.-HY. VANRENEN begs to inform his friends from Ballarat and the Western District, that he has taken the above hotel, and hopes he will receive the continuance of their support at his new house when they-visit the metropolis.

Late proprietor of the Victoria Hotel, Ballarat Road._

CRITERION HOTEL, Collins street, Melbourne.

-Business bas been resumed at this Hotel. Gentlemen and families will find first-class hotel accommodation. Hot and cold baths. Billiards.

Night porter always in attendance.

_WILLIAM MORTON, Proprietor.

SEA BATHING.

MARINE HOTEL, near Church Street Station,

Brighton.

First class accommodation for familisH, wedding parties, and gentlemen.

Proprietor-WILLIAM HIGGINS,

Late of Ballarat.

OSLING'S ROYAL GEORGE HOTEL, oppo

eite the Theatre Royal, Great Bourke street, Melbourne. RICHARD GOSLING (late of Gosling's Hotel, Meredith) having taken the above commodious hotel, is prepared to afford first-class accommodation to gentlemen and families. The hoose having been thoroughly renovated, visitera to Melbourne wiU find it replete with every convenience. The stock of Wines and Spirits has been .carefully selected, and-is of the choicest description. The well-known Billiard j ¡Rooms are fitted np with the best tables, and are

attended by civil and efficient markers. -

POINT LIME, CEMENT, LATHS, &c,

. ON SALE,

Ax REDUCED BASES.

E. J. STRICKLAND, LXDIABD SIBEET,

(Opposite Bailway Station.) .Limé, Coal, Slate, &c.

ON SALE, at iO: "CAKEBREAD'S, comer of

Sturt and Doveton streets

Lime, Portland Cement, Plaster of Paris, Laths, Hair, Marble and Slate ' Mantiepieces,. Hearthstones,

¡?Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Earthenware Pipes, Lath

Nails, Ac, best quality, at Unrest rates.

TS S A L E. s -

0

CO AL8. CO ALS, COALS,

LIME, SLATES, &c.

- JV AV JENNER, '

Mair street,

Near the Railway Station.

>OAL8 FOB SALE in «ny quantities, at TÛÎ7 i LOCH, »LABEN «ol OO.'S, (Lydia**

street

system, and guarantees a comfortable flt and a per fect natural appearance. Teeth stopped with the ut most care, either with gold or amalgam cement. It is of essential importance that the above method ' should be resorted to before experiencing pain, as

it is not only a preventive to fature Buffering, but preserves the teeth for many years.

Sturt Street, opposite Star Office.

R RICHARD HEATH, Member of the College

of Dentists of England, Practical Surgeon Dentist,rooms over the Argot office, Malop street, Geelong.

I N.B.-References may be had from all the medical

gentlemen of Geelong.

j N.B.-Artificial teeth fixed either in gold or by

the New Vulcanite Procesa.

WAYNE ABD BBXND,

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS,

WHOLESALE DRUG IMPORTÉES,

ABD DEALERS ur DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES,

BRIDGE STREET, BALLARAT.

LONGSTAFF & CO.»

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS

AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS,

12 BRIDGE STREET, BALLARAT.

Titree door» from the Bridge.

EDWARD RAND,

IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DRUGGIST,

STUBT STREET, BALL ABAT.

OT1CE OF REMOVAL.-S. G. HAYES, Son

GEON, Ssc., has Removed to the comer of Eyre and Errard streets, opposite tho 'Soho Works. N.B.-Genuine Drugs, Chemicals, &c.

BUNINYONG.

E D W A R D N~ E W M A N,

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,

WARRENHEIP STREET, BUNINYONG.

HR. LEONARD TERRY.

ARCHITECT.

CHAMBEE OF COMMERCE, BALLARAT,

And 78 Collins street west, Melbourne.

HR C. F. NICHOLLS,

AUTHORISED

PARLIAMENTARY AGENT,

Albion Hotel, Melbourne.

AT BALLARAT SAW MILLS,

Comer of Sturt and Doveton Streets,

SMITH BROTHERS

HA V E O N S A L E.

Hardwood timber, of every description for building and mining purposes.

Baltic and Oregon deals

American lumber, shelving, and clear pine Scotch flooring and weather boards

Cedar, lightwood, Kantie, and ash planks Doors, sashes, and casements -

Mouldings, architraves, and skirtings Spokes and felloes

Ladders and step ladders . Pine pump-rods, all sises

Timber cut to any scantling and all kept under ''

cover.

TIMBER.

JP. NICHOLSON and SON, Wholesale and

. Retail Timber Merchants, Dawson street, Bal larat, and Ryrie street, Geelong.

Hardwood and all kinds of foreign and colonial timber, doors, sashes, fcc, always On band at the

lowest current rates.

? CHARLES DAWS,

WOKKLNG UPHOLSTERER,

From London. Sign of the Swinging Mattrass,

Doveton steeet, turning above Theatre Boyal,

MAKES sil kinds of cushions or other contri

vanees for invalids j ladies .needlework -mounted, blinds, curtains, end mosquito nets nude; chairs and sofas restaffed,, repaired, and French polished; mattresses remade.

EROZENE.-Safe and brilliant. The under^ signed have j ust received a large lot of Kerosene, which they are prepared to sell at greatly reduced prices. DRURY Sc WRIGHT, Ironmonger».

PERAMBULATORS of all descriptions may be

BBSB vt i0» Little's FM^Bwmr, Maia ro»4*

JAMBS ODDIE

APPRAISERS, AT

BROKERS, ABB GfiNBBAL

AGENTS,

Corner cf Dana and, Armstrong j

BALLARAT. , ZJ, Landed Estates SoKBgçJLji Huting and - Other Interests

for Absentees and Hwoxxi

. ; BENTS ..? ?»*

. Of Town and Country Properly

HOBEY ADVAHÇED

On Farms and .Blocks of

AGENTS

For the imperial Tns»inuice ^ For tie Atrstralian Mutual Provident

Company.

For Joseph Mellor, Agricultural ucmua, « For Joseph Robinson and Co., Agricultaral : _ifits, Melbourne. . ^

T

THE LAND ACT OF 18Ç8.'.J

Important to Farmer laaàsmnaki

Speculators, and others " - Requiring to take advantage of the

ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT OFFERED Hffi

THEIR " CAPITAL

By the inestimable Land Act of 1862.-"f

A ledge of ti» country aboutjfco be selection, and their acquaintance with the

of the Land Act, are prepared to » ^ ^

ADVISE THEIR CLIENTS OF ^SPHE JBESE -

? _ LAND OPEN» ^S/^J^ Z

And to arrange all pwliminariegTaBgneel^ to tibe Act, Buch as obtaining cex"Scatarl their titles proved, filling up " "* cation, Ac., and to carry the san

various stages with carefulness and <

are also .prepared to make inspections J intending purchasers, «upply Uiem-withf them of lands - withdrawn, of pei ¡ng -applicants, and {Otherwise

securing homesteads under arcumsU favorable than have ever hitherto this or any other country.

To some this announcement msyjpejaT-f importance, as there are, doabttees, : would gladly avail themselves of t hindered from so doing through:*

acquainted'with .the country, and'

inability of becoming BO in consequence 1 _

ties end other circumstances. «y "sa¥'5;*".^

JAMBS ODDIE and«».? * - Auctioneers and Land JkiStf

Dana street,.

OB LEASE -BOIIJ)mG~SrrBSwà

Sturt street for a term of yearn, ^aaaxe&^i tween Lyons and Errará stree te, audfaôaxalielE

Engine House. ^T^E^^M j _JAMES ODPÏE ANDf

IO LET, the large and comrrnidioas ^SmWrj?-3

. Tard, with racks &c., reoentiy ?? mtsotfbSA 'a«r-%. Jas. Clarke, in Lydiard street, facogCkà%"sjr^ysl:^

HoteL ~ ;

JAMES ODDD3 & Oft, BaRjafc

STEAM ENGINES.-The utideragned -base .Jae ;

sale, by first-class makers, and atnry3ow:

prices:- - <z^M

1 8 h.p. horizontal steam engine ""if "^Sf? 1 10 h.p. do do -» J§ÊÊ

?X5*3" ^° <^ SS

1 16 h.p. do do

1 BO h.p. do do 3^ --, íg| 1 Amfiriean do do without ixâler " r

JAMESODDO-&0DU

Auctioneers, Dana coreel BaBan&. :ß rmMi ism, snaWTr.RRTTRva tBSrj^>»*/ J. Bridge street, Ballarat East* with the furniture, See, the proprietor, Mr is in occupation, is forced to retire

consequence of failing health Tte

lucrative one, and done entirely fogrcxth^ama property commodious, the dining ball*' ~ frontage to Bridge street and a great "

JAMES OW

Danat&eet.

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL "

CIETYfor granting assurances

I sent, deterred and reversionary anmfiiesj dowments for children and old age.

JAMES ODDIE and CO, . _

._ DanaaUeèfcjl

IMPERIAL FIRE OFFICE

Subscribed and Invested <

One Million Six Hundred'

RESERVE FUND, (periodically aidea! "

£213,000. "*T The annual income from Fire] ! «^^IS&S^oc«« wTcnrreriin

settled promptly upon proof of loss. Por i I ticnlars apply to

JAMES ODDIE AND CO., Agenta, ^

Oana tAwet^lBiS&aSti^f C' LAYTON, SHUTTLEWORTH, msACoTsWÎSBiad

ABLE ENGINES, for agnr-*--J "-:-" I obtained the

FIRST PRIZE

At the last Agricultural Exhibition it A large stock always on band, f mills, and improved thrashing maca

Engine Yards, Queen street north, "^

Orders received for the importance rf o3Ua«*3s :»__ agricultural machinery, at English |*ÍDe%-4ÉjB%;£a>l penses only added. - - --^

JOSEPH WILKIE and Ö M

I tzalia._ STEAM BOILERS.-For Sale «?»*'" '*

Engine Boiler,; also one flornWij 18 ft x S ft 4" in diameter, nearly new.

THOMAS DAVEY and CO., j

PUMPS.-Flange Pipes, all

inches diameter, with or w

THOMAS DAVEY and CO., Aun£bct$!

B

AR IRON, Sheet Iron, Bauer . . ^"

Hoop Iron, Coke, fcc, at lowest«nÄäSsilt

THOMAS mamrmJN^^ CRAB WINCHES, Screw Jacks, PcBey j"Sfe«jfa¿5,.,

Chains, Ropes, &c., on sale by ~"

_THOMAS DAVBYamoBCO.

CORNISH SHOVELS.-last reoóved, Seed;

from the manufactures in Cornwall, arinprnwtt -*. of very superior steel-point CoouiSi -tróvele. , ^or Bale, at lowest current prices, hy .,

THOMAS DAVEY fc 1

STAMPING BATTERY of 4 Heads, wîfh 39 Itp. ^

Steam Engine, Wmding and Puddlmjf ÏJeàr,

and all connections complete, in good order,-.MetiBÙAspii cheap. Terms easy, ¿

THOMAS DAVEY and CO , Armstmogpfacefc. ^

JOINING PLA3JT.-For Sale cheap; ooe'S «del

I one 10 h.p. Horizontal Steam _"_, _

puddling |and winding gear complUBtiej«earjty._«EW.. I Price low.

THOMAS DAVEY and CO., AjtmsbTongGtzeet.

BED HOUSE, DANA S1*BËÊT~ i

JOBS TAYLOB. 1 I BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, AND t

FAMILY GROCER.

GROCERIES of the bert description, 'WbâeaSm

tad Retail. Alao, s

BBBAV of tíae best quality. Wholesale, Sd.::lUUfy~J% gi the 41b Loaf, delivered daily to «y»jart

[ Ballarat._

TEAS. TEAS. HEW SEASOKS XEAE.

THE Undersigned begs to mtomi his aanaumus.: ?.?

customers and inhabitants of BaBsrataaaâ âÎE~ A faict generally, that (tikough not the_

I of that already celebrated shirmwit) "hVfess

j ceeded in securing a portion of "lae finesViâaop jnt^^B

those exquisitely flavored toas-erFideBoi"*tei.&Bi.Sj^| is prepared to ofter in addition to his alwaiäyöieajSv-^ ¡ sive and well-selected stock, at cotiwirlwata^*Íem "ahaate.^ advertised prices. Consumers mnà «te 4aale$Bk%^

respectfully requested to make a trial. - ^.¡fe

ROBERT COESUXIV^ -> ^&

TEA MEBCBANT^JKA, " ^"ï^i

Armstiong street.. -.e-ü ? '-"^^^^j^ NOTICE OF REMOYAIV :

HENRY CUlBBBEft lC rH

SouorroB, , - ^ -" -J"^ AS removed to bis new Tfffirca rt fla f ii III i.nt "I"

_- inna and Lydiard streets, .feewÄt^mjeemoiCI and County Court House. ~^S^.

80th September, 1862.

H

Tl/TR RANDALL, SoUâtar, faa* *»" investanant on mortgage. Ballarat, 7th May.

THE LO AH OFF IHomfiray street^,

S open daily, from 8 a.m.to 9 pjot,

in the colonies, aid strictly with Gold Office and Fancy Wi

DISSOLUTION OF PARXSK

nership hitherto exiBtnigl signed, under the firm of Fer ^ Contractors, in Ballarat, has by mntual consent.

JOttSf

WILMA JAMBS

Witness -HÜQH CI^BKBOH.

Ballarat, 10th October, 186».

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