Lists (None yet)

Login to create lists

Tagged (None yet)

Add Tags

Comments (None yet)

Add New Comment

Advertising

1 correction by agrippinamaior - Show corrections

THIS DAT,

T HISTY

MEDIUM AND HEAVY

DRAUGHT COLTS ABB FILLIES.

ALEXANDER KELLY, instructed by Hewn

POWER, RUTHERFORD, BTTKBSHANK tad CO., Agenta for - O'BxnxT, Eeq., Glenelg, will sell by auction, at Craig's Royal Horse Bazaar, _ Saturday next, the 24th instant, at twelve

0ClW*' 30 COLTS ABD FILLÏE8,

A. very choice lot, nearly all heavy draught, the

progeny of the imported airea. Agronomer, Traveller, and Sir Robert Brace. -~ THIS DAY.

FAB CY POSIES.

ALEXANDER KELLY, instructed by Messrs

Power, Rutherford, Etterehank, and Co., will sell by auction, at Craig's Royal Horse Bazaar, on Saturday next, the 24th instant, at 12 o'clock,

15 PONIES.

A real fancy lot, suitable for children. Among them are also some well matched pairs. "~ THIS DAY,

At twelve o'clock,

At O'Farrell and Eon's Yarda, Armstrong and

Doveton streets.

DAIRY COWS.

FAT HEIFERS. FAT STEERS

O'FARRELL and SON have been instructed by

the proprietor, to sell by auction, as above appointed,

30 HEAD of QUIET CATTLE, from the owner's run, at Hamilton, consisting of

ll quiet broken-in cows

10 yearling heifers, prime fat 10 steers, prime fat.

To Buit the convenience of butchers, the fat stock; trill be sold at half past twelve o'clock sharp. ' " THIS DAY,

At twelve o'clock,

At O'Farrell and Son's Bazaar.

COLTS and FILLIES. DRAUGHT HORSES.

SADDLE and LIGHT HARBESS HORSES.

O'FARRELL and SON will sell by auction, at

their bazaar,

50 HEAD OF HORSES, Consisting of

15 choice colts and fillies, medium and heavy

draught, from Colac

35 broken-in horses, light and heavy, suitable for

every purpose in saddle, light and heavy harness, and for positive sale to close

accounts.

0TÄRRELL AND SOB'S HORSE ABB

CATTLE BAZAAR.

Armstrong and Doveton streets.

FROM and after MONDAY, the 21st November,

SALES BY AUC HON of

Horses, Conveyances, dbe.,

Will ba held DAILY, at twelve o'clock.

Every Wednesday there will be special sales of

Fat Calves and Figs.

Colts and Fillies.

In mobs, will have precedence upon Saturdays.

Entries for any day's sale may be made at the office on the premises.

TUESDAY, 27th DECEMBER,

At the Turf Yards.

HEPBURN and LEONARD will sell by auction,

at the above yards, on Tuesday, the 27th instant, at one o'clock

200 Bead of Prime Fat Cattle, from the

North

500 Very Prime Fat Wethers, from the

Richardson,

Also,

300 Very Prime Fat Lambs.

Notice to Slaughtermen, Batchers, and

Others

CORPORATION SALE YARDS.

T^HE WEEK!/? SALES at the above Yards will

be held on Tuesday next, commencing at the

undermentioned hours:

Sheep Sales at 10 o'clock, Cattle Sales at ll o'clock

AU parties interested can rely on the above hours of sale being punctually adhered to.

TUESDAY, 27th DECEMBER,

Corporation Sale Yards.

POWER, RUTHERFORD, ETTERSHANK and

CO. will sall by auction, at the above Yards, Bheep sales, commencing at ten o'clock, and cattle sales at eleven o'clock precisely,

265 Head very prime Fat Cattle« from the

Borth

100 do do do, do 35 do do Fat Calves 800 Prime Fat Sheep

250 do do Lambs_

THIS DAY.

Christmas Presents and New Year's Gifts.

Great Clearing-out Sale.

Toys Optics. Fancy Goods, Plated Ware, &c,

On the Premises, Sturt street, opposite Star Office.

MR LEWIS LEVY will sell by public auction,

on the premises, as above, at eleven o'clock sharp, a large assortment of fancy goods consisting

of

Toys of every description, field and race glasses, telescopes, kerosene lamps, steroscopes, slides, magic lanterns, slides, race gamea, harmoniums, clocks, jewelry, magnetic machines, Parisian vases, plated cruets, tea and coffee sets, dressed and other dolls, &c , tte, in lots to suit purchasers.

No reserve-Terms cash.

AUCTIONEER'S NOTICE.

To Drapers, Storekeepers, Hawkers, Oat

fitters. Slopsellers, and the Boot and Shoe Trade.

WADE and GOWAN, Auctioneers, 20 Collins

street west, Melbourne, respectfully invite the above to attend their auction sales of

FANCY DRAPERY,

SLOPS, HATS, CAPS, &c,

Usually held every Tuesday and Friday,

ANS

BOOTS AND SHOES,

Held once a week.

Visitors to Melbourne will do well to attend the above sales, where they will be able to procure goods at a great reduction from the regular houses.

NOTIOB.-Purchases can be made privately after each sale._

SMITH BROTHERS,

BALLARAT SAW MILLS,

AVE ON SALE - V.D.L. Box Palings, 5ft. and 6ft.

Portland Cement Plaster

Colonial and American Latha

At Low Prices, j__ SPRING CARTS, omnibus, second-hand and new

wheels, tua., for sale. Grenville street. Sign -Big Wheel._

KEAPING MACHINES-JOHN GIBB and CO,

Mair street, Ballarat, have still a few of their prize reaping machines for sale. _

H

Ballarat Centrât Êook and Stationery Depot.

JUST RECEIVED a Carefully Selected Stock of

ELEGANTLY-BOUND BOOKS,

Suitable for Christmas Presente, New Year's Gifts, See.

INSPECTION INVITED;

HOLMES, Bookseller, Opposite M aaren's Hotel,

74 Bridge Btreet.

APR AOTICAL TREATISE on Kine Kngineer

i ag, by J. C. Greenwell. Holme«, Bookseller,

»ndgei treat._

HYO BAXJLIC3.-Ewbank's Hydraulics and Me __< hames. Holmes, Bookseller, Bridge street. VE* (TILATTON OF MINES, by Ralph Moore,

Mining Engineer. Holmes, Bookseller, Bridge

. WALSH. WERE, ABD MOORE, .

**'* ' BHABEBROKERS¿ U

Co-let of Sturt and Lydiard streets, and Brooke

titrtirfc flmjthrtindalrt.'

HAVE SHARES FOR BALS Sn ti» fbJkwing

Mining Comratnif« :

BALLARAT. ;

Albion HomeivazäSo_nd(Inker Abston and Weardale ' mann)

Band of Elope Nelson and Wellington Bonshaw New Frenchmans Ballarat Extension Oriental ;

Cosmopolitan Prince of Wales Defiance Boyal Saxon

Bed Jacket

Great Extended ' Scottish and Cornish Great Golf St. George United Great Victoria Spes Bona

Hand-in-Hand Working Mm«-*

Koh-i-Noor Wendouree

DURHAM.

Buninyong Garibaldi - , City of Glasgow Leviathan

City ot Manchester New Buninyong Caledonia National Chryseis Pioneer

Duke of Cornwall Prince Alfred

Enfield Sons of Freedom Fortuna Waterloo Franklyn

SPRINGDALLAH.

Alpha Lucky

Acimut- Lalla Rookh British Nonpareil

Crossos Pre-emptive Right Eureka Pioneer

Grand Junction Bobin Hood

Golden Gate Springdallah Quarte Great Estate Saxby

Investigator - Volunteer

DAYLESFORD.

Ajax Golden Stream Ballarat Great Extended

Band of Hope Kangaroo

Bank of England Lyon Bank

Corinella Lalla Rookh Comoora Last Chance

California Mount Franklyn Confluence Newton

Creávy National

Crown Prince Alfred Copenhagen Prince Patrick City of Glasgow Royal Standard

Cambrian Scottish and Cornish Criterion Tweedside

Duke of Wellington Universal Dagmar Victoria

Enterprise Wombat HOI

Exchequer Wombat Creek Extension Fear Not United Wallaby Great Republic Waterloo

Ascot Company (Ascot)

Ballarat Freehold (Taradale)

Band of Hope (Little Bendigo) Borhoneyghurk

Ballarat Quartz (Stieglitz) Clunes, Quartz (Clunes) Golden Well (Ascot)

Golden Rivera (Tea Tree)

New North Clunes (Clunes) j

WANTED.

Atlas (Springdallah)

Exchequer (Springdallah)_ JAMES SKIT Ht

Lydiard Street, Ballarat,

STOCK _n> Sn-ut BBOKEB.

MINING SHARES FOR SALE.

AJbions, ten scrip, each . £$h ;

Ajax, Daylesford . 9 Avonclift, ten scrips, each ..... - 9f Alliance, Springdallah, two shares, each . 15 Azimuth, one scrip. 25

Bank of England, Daylesford . 10 j

Bute, one share. ' 95 ; Ballarat Extension, four scrip, each -. 21

British, foll share . 235 Ballarat Quartz, Stieglitz, five scrips, each ... 20 Bnainyongs, new, at.................. 2} Oreavy, Daylesford, one share.: 131

Chryseis, Durham. 45 Commexalghips, Springdallah, lOOOths, at... 3} j

Croesus, four shares, each. 4|

Cosmopolitan, scrip at . 13J i Criterion, Daylesford, one scrip -. 12

Caledonia, one share. 25 Dake of Cornwall, Durham.". 90

Duke of Cornwall, Daylesford. 55 Duke of Wellington, Daylesford, -scrip, each 12} Eureka, Daylesford, one scrip, at. 5

Enfield, one share. 85 j Fortuna, paid up. 40

Franklin, 5 scrip, new issue, each. 10 Great Extended Redan, 5 scrip, each. 36

Great Estates, five eeripa, each.. 2

Golden Empire, one scrip. 44 Golden Rivers, paid-up. 16

Great Gulfs, at. 15J Golden Stream, one share. 105

Great Extended, Blanket Flat. 33 j Great North West, 5 scrip, premium. 25 Garibaldi, Durham, ten scrip, each. 5 Golden Lake, one share, 240th . 25}

Golden Horn, Scarsdale. 21 ¡ Grand Junction, Springdallah, two scrip . 102 Kossuth, Carngham, one scrip, premium. 3

Koh-i-Noor, five scrip, each . 64

Lyon Bank, Daylesford. 31 j

Lalla Rookhs, new issue, 2000th. . 3} Leigh Grand Junction, three scrips, each_.. 16

Lucky, Springdallah. 100 Leviathan, five scrip, each. 17\ London and York, two scrip, each . 15 Morning Light. Scarsdale, one share. 40

Newton, one share. 102J Nonpareil, Black Lead, five scrip, each.. 3 Kationals, five scrip, at .- 15

Nelson, ten scrip, each. 22 New North Clunes, scrip at. 7J Nil Desperandum, half Bleeping share . 175 Ophir, Creswick road, three scrips, each. 3

Pioneer, Bulldog, one share. 23 Pre-emptive, 5 shares, each.".. 5 Prince Alfred, Daylesford, one scrip. 6|

Pioneer, full share. 43 Prince Alfred, Watson's Hill, one share. 30 Prince of Wales, 5 ecrip, at .-. 55 Red Jacket, per scrip ...... 13J Result, Quartz, Carngham, 10 scrip, each. 9

Robin Hood, full share. 145 Rich "Hill, five scrip, each . 3} Reliance, Scarsdale, four scrip, each. 8

South Grenvilles. 17 Saxbys, at per scrip._ 2| Sailor's Reef, Stieglitz, one share . -48 Sir Charles Darling, four scrip, each . 13

Spes Bona, one share. 70 St. George United, one scrip. 20 Scottish and Cornish, four scrip,. 8 Stanleys, Springdallah, premium.-. 1J

Try Again, scrip, new issue. 35

Universal, Daylesford,. j Victoria, Inkermann, 1 scrip . 40

Wallaby ./.. 52* Waterloo, Daylesford, three scrip, each . B Wombat Creek Extension, one anare. 85

CASH ADVANCED OH SCRIP.

HAWKINS, COPELAND AND BAILEY

SHAREBROKERS, kc.,

Lydiard street, opposite Craig's Hotel,

HAVE -ON S ALE the FOLLOWING

SHARES :

Nelson and Wellington, 10 do United Red Jacket, 10 do

Ballarat Quartz, Stieglitz, 2 do Red Jacket, 1 (174)

Sons of Freedom, 4 scrips Luckys, 2 shares

Albion, Ballarat, 10 scrip

Leviathan, Napoleon, 5 scrip Wallaby, 1 share

Waterloo, Jerusalem Lead, 4 scrips

Duke of Cornwall, Daylesford, 1 share California, Daylesford, 1 share Waterloo, Daylesford, 2 scrip Victoria (Daylesford), 2 scrips

Waverley (Springdallah), 2 shares Copenhagen (Daylesford), 2 scrip Chryseis, 2 shares

Franklin Gold Mining Company Sailor's Beef, Stieglitz, i scrip Robin Hood, Springdallah

Band of Hope, Ballarat, 10 scrip Working Miners, 10 scrip

Leigh Consuls, Durham, 4 scrip Golden Wells. Ascot, 20 scrip

Carpentaria, Sailor's Gully, 5 scrip

Great Gulfs, 40 scrip

Great Redan Extended, 13 scrip Princess of Wales, 1 30th share Extension, Dead Horse, 4 scrip Lyon Bank, 2 scrip

Borhoneyghurk, Tea Tree, 10 scrip Extended, Blanket Flat, 3 scrip

Grand Jonction, Springdallah, one share Eschequer, Daylesford, half-share All-England United, 2 shares Golden Rivers, 3 scrip

BÄtLARA-T DISCOUNT BANK, Removed to Hew Premises. Sturt Street,

Opposite Bank of Australasia.

MONET ADVANCED on Mining Shares and

on Houses, Land, and other description of n-tnartv without delay, at --rent rata« of interest.

[ pr0perty' y jKO. WYNNE. Manager.

"-~~~~-? 7ff O y y y i

COSMOPOLITAN CREDIT* INSTITUTE,

10 Hmarvaav STRUCT.

ACCOMMODATION, Private and Cheap, npon

Valuables of any description.

I (Opposite St. Paul's Church.)_

! -SUCKING PlOlf SUCKIBG PIGS.

PARTIES requiring Suckling Pigs will do well to

apply early at The Eastern Market Butchery.

opposite the London Chartered Bank. Price 7s. 6d.   each. EDWD. CANTOR.    

? ' ' - ; %HAÍ^-áWi_SBj STURT STREET.' ; "X MINING SHAKES JFÖB 8___í-í

Cape Springdallah. JEIS8 '

A1ij1^rjiriíp*,jrVí^gflrtt^1'j *<a""TlS' **"r ------ *6 ! Bate, «hVfnll eba^- ;92 Essex' j;^.i-.."¿-..-.;-i.^--i..:.i-í--.-----;------A..- .» Ore* Extended, Bedail, £ scrips, «ach : ...... 38

Qpnir, scrips each_..._.... ' " i . Alston und Weardale,20 scrips, «ach-..... S0| St George, Bedan, S scrips, each. ....... : 20} Saxby, Bulldog, 10 scrips,; each .................. S . Boyal Saxon, Inkermann, 5 scrips, each -.. 23} Golden Empire, Springdallah.-. 45 Waterloo. Jerusalem, scrip, each. 14 Leviathans, 10 scrip, each........-IS Great Golf; 4J scrips, each....._............... 15 Newton, Daylesford, one share .................. 120 Golden Gate, Bulldog, one share, ..._.... . SO

Grand Junction, Springdallah..........._..._ 100 . Waterloo, Daylesford, scrips, each._5!ï. 3} Prince Alfred, Buninyong, two scrips, each... 20 Bobin Hood, one full share_.._. 150

Cosmopolitan, ten scrip, each .".....- 14} Lucky, Springdallah, one full shara . 110 Creswick United, £25 paid, each. 18

Bed Jacket scrip, each. 14 ' Caledonian, Buninyong, one share. 26 Chryseis, one share .._..._.... -_......... ' 45 British, Springdallah, one fell share_.- 23b Bonshaw, one share. 185 Wombat Creek Extension shares, each. 105 Nelson and Wellington. 15 shares, each ., 23 Prince Alfred, Daylesford, three scrips, each 7 Prince of Wales scrips, each .... 57 Wellington, Buninyong, 2 scrip, each...... 10 Last Chance; Deep Creek. ... . IS Band of Hope, Daylesford, scrips, each ......... 9 Durham, Swamp, £40 paid, each. 10 Bed'Streak, Creswick, Bhares, X12 paid, each 17

City of Manchester, twenty scrip, each. 3 J

Extended, Blanket Plat_:. 45 Cliffs of Old Tynemouth, 5 scrips, each. 8

Tweedside, Daylesford. SO Great Britain, Daylesford, each. -14 Dake of Wellington, Daylesford. 14

Copenhagen, Daylesford . 9} Koh-i-Noor, 10 shares, each. 64 Republic, Daylesford, each._. 8 Perseverance, Kangaroo Flat, each.. 2

Wombat Hill, Daylesford. 120

Hand-in-Hand. 140 Lalla Rookh, each. 3} Boyal George, Buninyong, two scrip, each ... 10

J. DITGHBURN,

SHABEBBOKER, LYDIABD STREET.

MINING SHARES FOB SALE.

Exchequer, Springdallah. .£190

Shakspere, Daylesford . 32 Robin Hood. Bcrips.-... 14 North Grenville^._. 38

Nelson, Sebastopol, scrips ..'..".. 22} Essex. .-. .._.. 95

Bank of England, Daylesford. 16

Scottish and Cornish, 40 scrips . 7} Cosmopolitan scrips, each.....- 14

Emerald, Daylesford._ 35}

Prince of Wales. 55 British, Happy Talley. 240 Working Miners, full share. 1320 City of Manchester, full share.... 115

Great Golf, scrips . 15} Buninyong, scrips. 33 Prince Patrick, Daylesford . 25 Golden Rivers, three shares, each .,.... 18 Leigh Grand Junction. 94 Wallaby, Daylesford..._._.60 White Star, Daylesford ._. 148

Alston and Weardale .... 21 Duke of Cornwall, Daylesford. 52

Golden Empire. 43

Wallaby . 60

Bed Jacket scrips, each .-. 13$ Victoria, Inkermann. ........ 52

Saxby, scrips. 3 Great Extendeds. 36

Lucky, Happy Valley. 104 Grand Junction, Happy Valley. 100

Duke Cornwall, Durham.-. 84

Lyon Bank. 31 Wombat Creek Extension, Daylesford . 100 Chryseis.-. 42

Last Chance Co., Brandy Hot. 18

Avoncliff, 20 scrip. 10 Koh-i-Noors .... 62} Victorians, Daylesford,.... 16 Band of Hope, Daylesford._.. 4}

Bute, Scarsdale.... 112 Eureka, Daylesford .... 8 Ophir scrips . ...... 2}

Pioneer, Bulldog. 30

Band of Hopes. 121} Great Estates.-. 2i Hymelay Co, Majorca. 4 British Colnmbia, Carngham. 260 Defiance, Sebastopol._.. 35}

Cash advanced on Mining Securities.

JAMES BAKER.

STOCK AND SHABEBBOKER,

HAS FOB SALE -

One share Sspromonte

One share Lennon's Paddock One share Black Hill Three shares Oriental

Five do Sons of Freedom Three South Grenvilles

One share Leviathan, Napoleon Lead Five shares, unpaid, Cambrian Ten do, paid, Cambrian

Five scrip Nelson and Wellington

Two do Golconda

Ten scrip ' Garibaldi

One share Golden Rivers Two shares Prince Alfred

Half-sleeping share New Homeward Bound, Inker

mann

One full working share New Homeward Bound, .

Inkermann

Four shares, Confluence, Daylesford Two shares Convention, Durham

One full working share Two Tun Quartz Beef Six shares Extended, Redan

Two Bhares Great North West Five shares Great Gulf.

Five shares Pre-Emptive Right

Four shares National, Blanket Flat One share City of Manchester Five Bhares Bald Hill

Two Bhares Alston and Weardale One share Copenhagen

Five shares Phoenix, Daylesford

Also,

One 10-horse power engine and plant, puddling ma

chine, sluice boxes, blacksmith's shop, cage and trucks, &c.

Four-roomed cottage and 20 acres of freehold land

situated in the parish of Bungaree.

Four-roomed cottage, with freehold allotment, in

Lydiard street north, next to Carlton Cottage Perthshire Store and School, Soldiers hill

One six-roomed cottage, corner Eyre and Dawson

streets

Freehold land and four-roomed cottage in Doveton

street

Cottage and quarter-acre allotment, Raglan street Cottage corner of Sturt and Talbot streets

Money advanced, from £100 to £1000. on first class freehold security, at a moderate rate of interest.

Agent for the- Cornwall Fire and Marine Insurance Company._ VENETIAN BLINDS AND JALOUSIES T> EDUCED to less than Melbourne prices, by XV M. C. FLINT,

Barkly street.

VENETIAN BLINDS,

T Melbourne Prices, and Guaranteed, by

L_JAMES H. SPARK, Peel street.

BICE'S

BLACK BULL FAMILY HOTEL,

GREAT MALOP STREET,

GEELONG.

THE Proprietor of this long-established and well

known hotel feels great pleasure in returning his grateful acknowledgments to the public in general, particularly to the residents of the Western District, for the handsome and liberal support he has received since his return from England. He begs here to in timate that he has lately had the whole of the

interior of the building thoroughly renovated and re- , decorated, and flatters himself that no establishment of the kind can surpass his own in the means of making his visitors comfortable.

For the convenience of travellers to and from Geelong and the various parts of the colony, the Proprietor has engaged the services of a Night Porter, whose especial business is to attend upon such persons who may be travelling by the train, by the coach, or fay the steamer, so that no disappoint- . ment can ensue -the premises being opposite Cobb andCo.'a Coach Office.

A restaurant in the Shades below, where the ther mometer in the hottest weather ia never known to exceed 65 deg.; and a Table d'Hote daily at half-past

one.

The ales, wines and spirits are of the choicest and best brands; also, the colonial wine is in most excel

lent condition.

First-class stabling and grooms.

The principal journals of the colony always to be seen

on the premises.

Prime Murray Cod, three times per week.

_TE AM TO BLUFF HARBOR,

OTAGO, CANTERBURY, WELLINGTON. - The Mail Steamer

HERO,

8. Loo AH, Commander,

Win be despatched for the above ports on arrival 1

the English Mail, and not later than Friday, the 12th January, 1865, carrying passengers and cargo. Pas sage tickets and shipping rates can be had ou appli

cation to

BRIGHT BROS. and CO., Agents, Flinders lane,

Melbourne.

A I.'BX&NDEA. tï: VztSOV^Sr (BagUTterefl). - A ; rDurhamlead.-Tb* first Call of Zs perBOOÄ J anare ia , road* jmyable rt^,J<büc^fy^8v^--\ yong; «¿ «A tine Miniger« office* on M before ibo 2nd j

January. 1865. : - - ??? '

: BDWD. NKETELL, Manager. DaWBnnmyoiig. 23rd December. 18^ .

A LEXAKDRA G. M. OHIPANY; r^égístered), £k" thù*am ï*a£L-TENDERS are invited iE« Rrnrfiiig aa Office {for tio above Company, on the claim, 14 x ÍQ x 7; contractor to provide material. Spécifications to be seen at MHaffie'e Botel, Napoleon Lead; or at the Manager's office. Tenders to be left at M'Haffie's Hotel, on or Wore the 30th inst

EDWD. NRTTELL, Manager. Dated Buninyong, 23rd December. .1884.

» LL NATIONS Q.^I. CO., Magpie.-NOTICE.

J\_ -A general Meeting of this company will be j held at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Cobblers, at six ¡

o'clock on Friday evening, the 30th inst.

JONATHAN MIDDLETON, Manager.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE G. M. COMPANY 1

(Registered), Western Creek--NOTICE -A

Call (No. 2) of £1 per 300th share is made doe and j payable to the Union Bank of Australia, Piggoreet; j

or to the M°T"'g«"', on or before 2nd Jan nary, IS SS. -

By Order,

JOHN SICKXER, Manager.

16th December, 1864._ COSMOPOLITAN G. M. COMPANY (Registered),

Golden Point Lead.-A dividend of 5s per ¡ 2532nd share is payable this day at the company's office. _JOHN MOORE, Manager.

CLEFT IN THE BOCK G. M. COMPANY

(Limited).-A Special General Meeting of the above-named company will be held on Friday, SOth December, 1864, at 12 o'clock noon, to take into consideration about th? management of the company.

_ JOSEPH COULBAN.

GOLDEN AGE GOLD MINING CO., Bunin

yong.-TENDERS are invited for Sinking a ] Shaft on the above Company's claim, 120 feet more or less, to be sent to the undersigned on or before the 29th inst. For specifications and further parti culars, apply to

S. GOODE, Manager. Buninyong, 16th December, 1864.

YON BANK GOLD MINING COMPANY j

(Limited).-All parties holding Scrip who bave ;

not transferred same to their own names, are re- j quested to do so on or before the 26th inst., so that i their names will appear in the sew registration. - ? _A RAMSAY. Manager.

AJORCA EXTENDED GOLD MINING |

COMPANY, Majorca, near Maryborough. NOTICE IS HEREBIT omar, That a Call of 10s per 200th share is made payable at the Union Bank, Durham Lead or Ballarat; or, to the Manager at the claim, on or before Saturday, the 31st December, 1864. THOMAS ANDREW, Manager.

ED STREAK GOLD MINING CO. (Limited).

-TENDERS wanted for working the claim | of the above company on tribute. Specifications at the office of_F. C. DOWNES, Manager.

SISTERS QUARTZ MINING COMPANY,

(limited), little Bendigo.

TENDERS FOR DRIVING.

TENDERS required for Making Plat and Driving,

according to plans and specifications to be seen

at the office of the company, or at the claim. All | tenders must be accompanied with a deposit of £2, and j left with the undersigned on or before 12 o'clock on Friday, 30th December.

ALEX. MARSHALL, Manager,

Lydiard street.

IR CHAS. DARLING G. M. CO. (Registered),

" Creswick.-WANTED for the above company , a competent Mining Manager. Applications accom with testimonials of fitness to be sent in to the under signed on or before Tuesday, the 3rd of January, 1865. Applicants tb state the amount of salary re quired. CHAS. WALTON, Secretary.

Creswick, 2.1st December.

*-pHE NATIONAL GOLD MINING COMPANY 1 (Registered), Durham Lead.-A dividend of 2s 6d per 3200th share (or £10 per original share) has been declared, and is payable at the office of the company on and after Tuesday, 27th inst.

I AT.KiTC. MARSHALL, Manager,

Lydiard street.

KITED BED JACKET CO. (Registered),

Sebastopol -TENDEES received till 4 p.m. on Thursday next, the 29th instant, for the Erection of Poppet heads. Plans and specifications to be seen at office of Company, Sebastopol.

_M. FRANKLIN, Manager.

TO MINERS.-DURHAM G. M. CO. (Registered), j

Swamp.-TENDERS are invited for Sinking ! Shaft 155 feet deeper. Specifications to be seen at ] the claim. Tenders to be in on or before the 3rd of j

January, at noon.

_F. H. THOMPSON, Manager.

/|-»0 ENGINE-DRIVERS, ic-WANTED, for L the Sailors' Reef Quartz Mining Company,

I Stieglitz, two Engine-Drivers; one competent to take

charge of the engine and battery, to work 12-hour ' shifts. Applications to be addressed to the manager j on or before Wednesday, the 28th inst. j

_ THOS. A. HAWKINS. Manager. ! .TÍO CONTRACTORS.-TENDERS are invited ! I. for the Erection of a Dam, according to sped- j fication, on the creek below the old dam at Hepburn's lagoon, near Smeaton Mills, to be' sent in, addressed

to the Trustees of Smeaton Estate. Smeaton, on or ! before the 31st December. The lowest or any tender i not necessarily accepted. For further particulars and inspection of specifications, apply to Messrs B. Hep burn, Ballarat.

ADAM BEVERIDGE, Agent, Smeaton.

WANTED Two Good Musicians (for Ball).

Brewery Hotel, Drummond street south. Monday, 26th. Terms no object.

WAITERS Wanted. Three for Buninyong;

Apply 7 a.m. this day, Craig's Hotel.

WANTED Man Cook, hotel, country; good

wages. Mrs Turner's Registry, Armstrong street. A female cook waiting engagement.

( ANTED Respectable Middle-aged Man ss

groom and gardener, gentleman's family. Patten's Servants' Home, Mair street.

ANTED every one to call and see the bill of !

fare at Stoney'« Royal Mail Hotel.

w w

ANTED every one to call and ses the bill of

fare, Stauey's Old House at Home.

WANTED every one to call and see the bill of

fare at Stoney's Newmarket Dining Booms, Armstrong street.

WANTED a Lad to assist in the yard and make

himself generally useful. Apply George

Hotel.

WANTED a Cook and Housemaid for a country

hotel. Apply Victoria Hotel, Armstrong

street.

w

ANTED a Laundress end General Servant.

Apply at Victoria Hotel, Armstrong street.

WANTED by a respectable married woman, a

situation as Housekeeper to one or two single gentlemen. Apply office of this paper, to

F. D. E.

w

ANTED coach painter; apply to William

Proctor, Sturt street Coach Factory.

BLACKSMITH, good horse-shoer, wanted for

Telegraph Saw Mills. Apply to BL. D. Cane,

Mount Prospect.

1J ATT EN'S Servants' Home and Registry Office,

Mair street, not Humffray etreet, Servants waiting engagements. Apply Patten's.

IAMBS !

PLEASE SHOP EABLY

OH

fiATURDAY.

To the Bench of Magistrates, Ballarat.

IJOHN DIMMOCK, (Miner), now residing at

, Sebastopol, do hereby give notice, that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting at the Court of Petty Sessions, to be holden at Ballarat, on the 29th day of December, 2884, for a Certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's License for a house situated at -Sebastopol, (known as. the Ex change Hotel), containing three sitting rooms and five bedrooms, at present occupied by Peter Nolan, rented from John Horres; a wooden building.

(Signed) JOHN DIMMOCK.

I Similar applications have been filed by the under'

signed for licenses for 29th December, 1864.

JAMES SMYTH, of Ripon and Essex streets. Bal larat, for house of the sign ot Donegal Arms Hotel,

WILLIAM PRESCOTT, of Sturt street, Ballarat, for house of the sign of the Copenhagen Hotel.

ALEXANDER CRAIG, of Sturt street, Ballarat, for house of the sign of the Prince Alfred Hotel.

pjmilar applications have been filed, by the under

signed for uceases on 3Iet December, 1864.

WILLIAM JOHN ARNOLD, of Ballarat« for

j house situate at Webster street, and known as the

sign of the Brew ora' Arma.

' ELIZA WILCOCKS, of Ballarat; for louse situate

at Urquhart' street» and known as the aigu of the I T-jbal Cain Hotel.

MARV ANN DENT, of Ballarat, for house situate at Lydiard and Mair streets, Ballarat» and I known as ihe sign of Dent's Royal George Hotel.'

Similar application has been filed by Ute under

signed for a license on 5th January, 1865.

JOHN STOWERS, of Ballarat, for house situate I at Armstrong and Mair «tree ts, Ballarat, and known i as tiie sign of the Commercial Hotel.

. WILLIAM HOGARTH,

Clerk of Petty Fwrionn, Ballarat.

dipti&í) ......

HE znanbeni of^lie Masonic Lodges on Ballant j

: ai»eamrnoned ¡to attend in BcgaUa at BellairV f Bsbibow Hotel on Monday,' 26th instant, at tuuf jpaàt

in^e o'clock a-m., "to .'proceed in proceasion tothe ]

Fiats Champêtre.

HENEY COTHBEBT, WJÏ, i Victoria Ledge, \r ; ? . Per Jos. BKHJAMIK, P.M. { G58. G. VALENTINE, W.M., 718, Yarrowee.

WiB^°PÍBfi0^ÍL' \ 717, Ballarat

- Per W. Ccoix, P.M. J ,i'> ?»T»

JOSEPH JOSEPH, W.M, 744, United Tradesmen. CHAS. DYTE, W.M , Orlan Lodge.

JAMES EDDY, VT.M.. Í27. St. John's.

J. G. GRA2EBBOOK; WJL, 439, North Star.

M.U.I.OO.F.

THE Members of the Loyal Victoria Lodge who j

are desirous of forming in the Procession on Boxing Day are requested to. meet at Mr Jack's

British Hotel, Sturt street, at nine o'clock a m. By ¡

order of the N.G.,

WM. LAYNE CONDY, Permanent Secretary.

MUXO.OF., BALLARAT DISTRICT,

THE Officers, past and present, and. Members of j

the various Lodges will meet at the British I Queen Hotel, on Monday morning, at. nine o'clock, iô take their part in the grand demonstration at the

Tt^njral Gardens, for the benefit of the District j Orphan Asylum. GEORGE LOVITT. G.M.

NCIENT Independent Order of ODDFELLOWS. . -The members of the varions Lodges io con

nection with the above" order are requested to meet j at the District Chambers, Exchange Hall, on Mon day morning, the 26th instant, at eight o'clock a.m., to form in procession on the occasion ef tho United Demonstration at the Botanical Gardens.

E&BA DRAKE, 'Corresponding Secretary.

IONEER LODGE, No. ll, A.I.O.O.F.-A

Summons Meeting of the Members of the above Lodge will be held at the Exchange Hall on Wednes day, the 28th inst., at half-past .. seven o'clock sharp. Business, Ute election of officers for the ensuing six

months.

_EZRA DRAKE, Secretary.

IONEER TENT, No. 3_The Members of the

Independent Order of Rechabite« are requested to meet at the Temperance Hall, Humffray street, on

Monday next, at a quarter before 9 am., to take part 1 in the District Orphan Asylum Demonstration.

-_WILLIAM DIMSEY, Secretary.

ALO.O.F., PIONEER LODGE, No. ll.

a The Members of the above Lodge are re quested to meet at the Exchange Hall on Monday morning, the 26th inet., at eight o'clock, am, for the purpose of forming in procession to join the United Demonstration at the Botanical Gardens.

_EZRA DRAKE, Secretary.

AO.F.-UNITED BALLARAT DISTRICT.

. Tile Members of the différant Courts are res pectfully requested to attend at their Court-rooms, at half-past nine o'clock a m. sharp, on Monday, the 26th December, to join in the United Demonstration. Regalia to be worn-Sashes and neck ribbon, and scrip and neck ribbon A.O.S.

'_ROBERT MACINTOSH. D.S.

COURT BOBIN HOOD, A.O.F., 3877-Members

are requested to assemble at the Court Room, Eglinton Hotel, on Monday morning, at 9 a.m., to join in procession to the Botanical Gardens.

?_ S. M. WALKER, Secretary.

OURT LITTLE- JOHN, A.O.F., 3326.-Mem

bers are invited to meet at the Court Room, Bro. M'Cafferty's British Queen Hotel, at 9 o'clock on Monday morning, to join in the Orphan Asylum

Demonstration to the Botanical Gardens.

_S. M. WALKER, Secretary.

COURT UNITY. A.O.F.-The membera are in

vited to attend at the Court Boom at nine o'clock a.m., on Monday next, to take .part Ja the Demonstration. By order of the CR ,

_WM. WEBSTER, Secretary.

BALLARAT FIRE BRIGADE.

THE Members are requested to attend at the

Engine-house on Monday morning, at half past 8 o'clock sharp, in uniform, with caps, to join the Procession to tile Botanical Gardens. Every member is requested to be there.

_JAMES EL SPARK, Captain.

B.WF.B.

THE Members are requested to meet at the

Engine house, Sturt street, on Monday next, 26th instant, at- nine o'clock sharp, to join the Orphan Asylum Demonstration Procession.

_F. M. CLAXTON, Hon. Secretary. ~~ 1st B. V. R.

MEMBERS' intending to take part in the Demon

stration on 26th instant, will muster on tile Camp, at 9*30 a.m, without arms or side-arms.

WILLIAM STRACHAN,

Capt. Commanding 1st B. V. B.

ALL ABAT ORPHAN ASYLUM DEMON

STRATION.-The Chinese Society of Ballarat j bave decided on taking part in the Sports at the Botanical Gardens on Monday, the 26th inst, by per forming a Grand War Scene, Tumbling and Sham Fighting, fcc, and beg to state that it will be carried ont'in even a superior manner to last year at the Caledonian Games. By order of the Chinese Society, _ HANG HEN.

BOXING DAY.

JOHN ' C~A S E Y,

F tile JOHN O' GEOAT HOTEL, will be glad to

meet bis old friends, and new faces, at his Pavilion, in the Botanic Gardens,

On Boxing Day.

ÜBEST AROMATIC, HONEY DEW, AND CAVENDISH TOBACCOS. Prize Medal Exhi bition Cigars of 1862.-A. DIM ANT, solicits the patronage of his friends and public generally to the above well selected stock, which he is enabled to sell at prices equally low as any house iu the colony.

D. has secured the privilege to supply his cus

tomers at one of the grands in the Botanical Gardens i during the forthcoming demonstration. \

ECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-The above Insti

tute will be closed on Monday, 26th inst. By order of the Committee,

W. H. BATTEN, Secretary. j JiALLAHÄT DISTRICT HOSPITAL.-The j

3 Office-bearers and Members of the Committee j of Management are specially requested to attend at ! Craig's Royal Hotel,'at thrée o'clock this day, to pre-" sent to Arthur Drury, Esq., on his retirement from the office of presidónt, the service of plate sub

! scribed for by them.

W. H. FOSTER )

W. J. POOLEY V Sub-committee.

_J. M. STRONGMAN )_

DRURY TESTIMONIAL.-Notice to Subscribers.

-The presentation will take place at Craig's Royal Hotel at four o'clock this (Saturday) after noon. By order.

_H. R. CASELLI, Hon. Secretary. ,

MINERS' RACES.-A meeting of the Stewards

and Committee will be held at the Victoria Hotel on Tuesday, at eight p.m.

_JOHN WINDLE, Secretary.

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY.-TENDERS are in- {

vi ted by the above society for the Decoration of :

the Grand Stand. Particulars may be learned by j applying at No. 1 Chamber of Commerce. Tenders j to be sent in or before Tuesday, 27th December inst, i _JAS. ANDERSON, Secretary.

SHIRE OF CRESWICK.

ELECTION IS SUBDIVISIONS.

O

WHEREAS by the Local Government Act, 1863,

it is enacted that wheo any district shall be divided into subdivisions, and there are not three members to represent each subdivision, the same shall, be considered extraordinary vacancies; and whereas the Shire of Creswick has been divided into three Bidings, by the names of North, South and East Biding; and whereas there are none of the pre I sent members of the Council who are qualified to re

present the South Biding, I hereby declare there to be three vacancies in the representation of the South Riding, and that the election to fill the said vacancies ¡ shall be holden at the Council Chambers, at King I eton, on Friday, the 6th day of January, 1865. And

if the number of candidates shall exceed the number

to be elected, the poll 'shall commence at eight j

o'clock a.m., on that day, and close at four o'clock

p.m.

Nominations most be made, in proper form, signed by ten persons, and delivered to the undersigned, between the fourth and seventh day from this date, and a deposit of £10 must be made at the same time.

Forms of nomination and other information may ? i be obtained of the Secretary. -

JOHN ANDERSON,

President and Returning Officer.

22nd December, 1864._

SAGO HILL AND- CAMPBELL'S GULLY

GOLD-FIELDS COMMON. - NOTICE. - Persons entitled to depasture cattle on above com mon are requested to send in a written application to the managers up to two o'clock pm. on 2nd January, 1865. -Should the number then be applied

for that the common is capable of grazing, no more j I will be taken on during the year. By order of tibe

I managers,

WM. MAINE. Sago Hill, 21st December, 1864.

AUTION TO BOTTLE COLLECTORS AND : OTHERS.-Any Person or Persons found Col lecting our Lemonade and Ginger Beer Bottles In the Botanical Reserve on or after Monday, 26th inst.,

wiïl, after thia notice, be prosecuted with the utmost j rigor of tine law . _

ROWLANDS and LEWIS, Start street.

BOARDING SCHOOL for limited number of

Catholic young gentlemen, .Ascott House, I Elsternwick, near Beach, and close to Elsternwick

Station, Brighton Railway. For full particluara ap

I filcitO :

MR JAKES PLUNKET, Elsternwick.

8EVENTH Aliïïil GEASI»

TO be held on MONDAT, «re SECOND DAT pf

fbi NEW TEAK, 1865, et the COPEN HAGEN GROUNDS, STOBT STREET,

...... .. , FASBOB: .....

HIS EXCELLENCY STB CHARLES DARLING,

K.C.B., Captain-Genera}, Govemor-in-Chief,

and Vîce-Admiral of Victoria,

BBEtUliKHI:

Ur Hugh Gray.

vnm-PEEsiDBHiE :

Messrs Robert Glover and Robert F. H'Le&n.

oojanmK:

Mr George Glencairn Mr Alexander Sinclair

Lorimer Mr William Dobbie Mr Alexander M'Donald Mr George Munro Mr Jabs Fleming Mr Robert Gray Mr James Malcolm Mr John Watson

Mr Archibald Kay Mr Donald M*Craa Mr John M'Alman Mr Wm. Boyd.

HONORABT MEDICAL OFFICER:

W. M'Farlane, Esq.., M.D.

HOKOBaBT/ XBEàSDBXB: Mr A. M. Greenfield.

SECRETARY:

Mr James Anderson.

PROGRAMME OF THE GAMES.

To Commence at Ten o'clock.

1st-BAHS-Amo Laira SYKE.

2nd-EBEL BY -EBB HIGHLAND BBS.

3rd-PUTTING HEAVY STONE, 21 lbs.

First prize, £3; second do, £2. ,

4th-STANDING HIGH LIU P.

First prize, £2; second do, £1. 1 5th-PIPE MUSIC, PIABAIRKACHD.

First prize, £5; second do, £3. 6th-DANCE, Hrorrr.awD FLING. First prize, £3; second do, £2.

7th-ONE MILE WALKING MATCH.

First prize, £2; second do, £1. 8th-Hop, STEP, ASH LEAF.

First prize, £2; second do, £1.

9 th-PcnxHO «HE LIGHT STOKE, 16 lbs.

First prize, £3; second do, £2.

10th-HIGHLAND REEL.

llth-BO YB' RACE

(Moat be under fourteen years of age.)

Firetprise, 10s; second do, 5s; third do, 2s 6d.

12th-THROWING HEAVY HAMMER, 18 lbs.

First prize, £3; second do, £2.

13th-BEST PLAYEE OF S corea Ams ON THE VIOLIN.

Prize by John Winter, Esq., £5.

14th-BEST DRESSED HIGHLANDER.

Prize, £5.

15th-RETBOOBADE RACE, 100 jarda.

First prize, £2; second do, £1.' 16th-DANCE, GILLIE CAII.DK. First prize, *3; second do, £2.

17th-VA ULTIMO WITH THE -POLE.

- First prize, £3; second do, £2.

18th-THROWING THE LIGHT HAMMER, 14 lbs.

First prize, £3; second do, £2.

19th-BEST DRESSED BOT rs HIGHLAND COSTUME.

. Prize, the Society's Medal, value £2 10a.

20th-TOSSING THE CABER.

First prize, £3; second do,(£2.

2let-RACE, 120 Tarda.

First prize, £2; second do, £1. 22nd-PIPE MUSIC, MARCHES.

First prize, £4; second do, £2.

23rd-BASKET ANP POTATO RACE.

First prize, £2; second do, £1.

24th-REEL Br THE HIGHLANDERS.

25th-GRAND HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, 600 Tarda,

. over six Sights of Hurdles, each 3 feet 6 inches high; and two Water Leaps, one 22 feet long and 5 feet deep, and the other 14 feet long and 4 feet

deep.

First prize, £4 ; second do, £3; third do, £2 ;

Fourth do, £1.

26th-BROADSWORD EXERCISE.

1 Prize, £2,

27th- RAGE BY MEMBERS OF THE SocrarriH COSTUME,

Professional Runners excluded. First prize, £2; second do, £1.

28th-DANCE, SHEANTBEWS.

Prize, £3.

29th-RUHMIKG HIGH LEAP.

First Prize, £3; second do, £2.

30th-HANDEDAP RACE, 800 Yards.

First prize, £3; Becond do, £2; third do, £1.

31st-PIPE MUSIC, STRATHSPEYS AND REELS.

First prize, £3; second do, £2.

32nd-DANCE, REEL OP TULLOCH.

First prize, £2; second do, £L

33rd-WALKING MATCH, Four Miles.

First prize, £3; second do, £2; third do, £1.

34th-HANDICAP HUBBLE RACE, 400 Yards, over ai

flights of Hurdles, each 3 feet 6 inches high. First prize, £3; second do, £2; third do, £1.

35th-TILTING AT THE BING

First prize £3; second do, £2.

BAND-GOD SATE THE QUEEN.

A Grand WRESTLING MATCH, after the Westmori huid and Cumberland style, will take place darin the day. Prizes-First, £5; second, £3; third, £i fourth, £L likewise, a series of Boys' Races will I extemporised.

Entries for each game, 2s 6d; no entry fee f< boya' games.

1st. Competitors for Pipe Music and Dancing mui be dressed in Highland costume, and to play oca eionally daring the games,

2nd. AU entries to be made at the Secretary office, on the grounds.

3rd. AU games to be carried ont according to tl printed roles.

4th. The decision of the Judges to be final.

5th. The Directors, Judges, Stewards, Compel tors, and the representatives of the Press only ai

mitted within the arena

N.B.-This rule will be strictly adhered to.

6th. No smoking allowed on the grand stand.

Admission to the grounds, ls; to the grounds ai grand stand, 3s fid. Members' tickets, 10s, wi admit a lady and gentleman to the grounds andgrai

stand.

It ia requested that aU Members of the Society wi meet at Be Hair's Rainbow Hotel, on the morning ? the Gathering, at half past 9 o'clock sharp, and f roi thence proceed to the ground.

v. R:

FOURTH VOLUNTEER ASSEMBLY PLA!

and FANCY DRESS BALL, Exhibition Boil! ing, 3rd January, 1865, under the patronage of h Excellency the Governor, Lady and Miss Darling, ai the Major-General Commanding. Tickets (gent! men 10s, ladies 5s) can be obtained at the Volunte Office, between the hours of 10 and 12 a.m. and and 5 p.m. The railway passes for Volunteers w be available for return until after the baU.

_O. S. BURTON, Hon. Secretary.

BALLARAT

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE ATTENTION of the PnbUc is invited

the advantages offered by the above instit

tion:

The READING ROOM, opes daily, from 8-30 a.1 to 10.30 p.m., is suppUed with nearly aU the Coloni Newspapers as weU as the leading English ai American Journals, Reviews, Magazines, &c. Fi] of all Newspapers are kept for reference. Chesa au Draughts are provided for the use of members.

The CIRCUL ATLNG LIBRARY contains 40 volumes, including a large number of the newest ai most valuable works on Science, History, Travels, ¿ The Library of Reference contains a valuable colic tien of Encyclopoediaa, Dictionaries, &c.

There are EVENING CLASSES in connects with, the institute to which members are admitted a low rate of subscription.

Members have the privilege of-nominating fenn members of their families as Lady Members at hi the nsual subscription.

Subscription, payable in advance, One Pound j annum, paid either yearly, half-yearly, or quarter! Lady Members, nominated as above, and Juni Members, Apprentices, and others under eightec Ten Shillings yearly, or Five Shillings half-yearly.

N.B.-No nomination is necessary and no entrai fee is charged.

SOSKOIT

NURSERIES & PROMENADE GARDES

I BUNINYONG.

THESE magnificent Grounds, comprising nea

twenty acree, are tastefully laid out and vs stocked with the choicest' collection of flowers a

j fruits, are now open to the public Charges modera I Strawberries and Cream.

And every -variety of Fruit in season.

Bouquets of the choicest flowers, colonial wine, I

Entrance opposite BRACHEB'S SUBURB/

HOTEL.

N.B.-For the purpose of keeping the groin select on Holidays, admission per refreshment tick one shilling.

NOW OPEN,

WEBYILLE GARDEN

BUNINYONG.

CHOICE FBUTT.

STRAWBERRIES AND CREA!

N.B.-Stabling.

J?Q REWARD.-Stolen or Strayed from o&O paddock at Lal Lal, about the 18th insu one Black Hare, branded ID off shoulder. S i shoulder, the property of ür Dillon, of tfiaJlirm £ The above reward will be paid upon delivery of

Mare^wTweaty Pounds if stolen, upon convictio

A, FISKEl

- BALLARAT HABMOMC *OClBt¥."

GRAND CHBIÍTMAS CONCERTS

MONDAY A»» TOESÖAY,

. - 26tb »nd 27th December, ' r-ij

IN THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. :

HANDEL'S ORATORIO-"SAMSON"

The first time Jn Ballar**. PBINOIPAL SOLOISTS:-,

Delilah-ÄISS OCTAVIA HAMILTON.

Micah-MISS M. A. LIDDLE,

Samson-MB EDWIN BIO».

Philistine-MK D. OLTVER.

- Harapha-MR P. CAZALY.

Manoah-MB s. LAMBLE.

Band and Chorus of One Hundred Performers. - Conductor-Mr ROBSON. Leader-Mr LABA

LESTRIER. Organist-Mrs W. LITTLE.

Doors open at a quarter-past 'Seven, Concert to commence at quarter to eight o'clock.

Tickets-Front seats, 5s; «entre seats, Sa; back Beat«, 2s; and books of the words, may be had of the following booksellers:-Mr Hohnes, Bridge street; Mr Hotehin, and Mr Ewins, Start street. Holders of tickets are requested to Becure their seats early.

R. WICKING, Hon. Searotary.

LATE THEATRE ROYAL, ~~ NOW TEMPERANCE HALL'.

THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, 24th DEC.

Christmas Eve !

XE and MRS FREDERICK YOUS GE'S

ENTERTAINMENT

Programme.-Part I.

Introductory Address.-Overture..Pianoforte.

German Leid " Beloved S tar"...Mrs F. Tounge.

A ¿ketch called

THE BASHFUL LOVER*

In which Mrs F. Younga will present " Miss Kitty

Carrol,'' and Mr F. Tounge will appear as " Blush ington Flutter," with the song of "The Bashful

Yoong Gentleman." .

New English Song, Mrs F. Younge; American Por

trait, Mr Seymour; Irish Ballad, Mrs F. Younge; Portrait of a Chinaman (with song) MrF. Younge.

Part IL-Laughable sketch, entitled,

HY HUSBAND'S FATHER.

Biddy Malone (from Cork) .Mrs F. Younge. Mr Bullion (a merchant).Hr F. Tounge.

Part HI.

New Hedley Duett, Mr and Mrs F. Younge; Story of

the '98, Mr Seymour; Uriah Ballad, Mrs F. Younge

To conclude with Mr F. Yonnge's

Celebrated negro song and stump oration of

" AM I RIGHT ? OB ANY ODER MAN."

With Local Allusions.

MILLION PBICES!

Dress Circle, 3s. Side Boxes, 2s 6d. Stalls, 2a.

Pit, ls. Gallery, dd.

Doors open at 4 past 7; commence at 8.

RACE EGERTON (Mrs George Case) at the

Mechanics' Institute, Ballarat, 29th December and five following evenings.

RACE EGERTON in her Celebrated Enter

tainments, as performed in England 2000 times, and Melbourne 93 consecutive performances.

RACE EGERTON (Mrs George Case) at the

Mechanics' Institute, 29th December. " The Drawing Boom To Let." ... ._ . . MR GEORGE CASE at the Mechanics* Institute,

in his celebrated Coode Variations on the

Violin, 29th December._ ? lMTR GEORGE CASE in his Marvellous Imitation J3ÜL of the Scotch Bagpipes on the Concertina, 29th December. _' _ GRACE EGERTON.-Change of Programme every

alternate evening. Reserved seats, Ss; un reserved, 2«; area, ls.

WESTMORELAND AND CUMBERLAND

SPORTS.

ROYAL OAS: HOTEL, DAYLESFORD,

26m AND 27TH DECEMBER, AND FOLLOWING

DAYS.

£51 10s.

TO BE GIVEN AWAYfor Wrestling, Pole High

Leaping, Running and Standing High Leaps, ¡ Flat Racing, &c.

For particulars see handbills and future advertise

meats.

_JOSEPH CROSSLEY, Proprietor.

WRESTLING in the CUMBERLAND and

WESTMORELAND STYLE, at the Grey I hound Hotel, Cambrian Hill, on the 29th and 30th

days of December, 1864.

LIST OF PRIZES:

Wrestling, 1st priée, ll'stone-men, £8; men of all weights, £9; best jumpers, £3; for qooit-playing, I &C, and a handicap foot race of 250 yards, £3 prizes.

BUNINYONG HIGHLAND SOCIETY.

THE EIGHTH GRAND GATHERING of the

abovementioned Society will be held at the

[ Society's Ground, Buninyong, on BOXING DAY, Monday, 26th December, 1864.

The Prizes, as usual, (for which see programme) I are on avery liberal scale, and the directora have to

announce that they have spared no expense in im proving the ground, Sec., so aa to make these games I the most popular in the colony.

Mr Laba]estri9r*s Brass Band has been engaged to play during the games.

ALEXANDER MCLENNAN, Secretary. Buninyong, 16fch December, 1864.

The Finest Sight in Victoria

WILT, BE

THE GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS

BV.

PROFESSOR PRESCOTT,

On Boxing Night, at the Copenhagen Grounds,

Admission-One Shilling. _

CHRIST CHURCH, BALLARAT.

COLLECTIONS will be made at Christ Church on

Christmas Day in aid of the funds Of the Bal larat District Hospital

Services-Morning and Evening.

CHRISTMAS FESTIVITIES

Town Hali Wine and Spirit Stores«

ARMSTRONG STREET.

W R. WATSON AND CO.

BEG to call the attention of the Public to. their

large and superior Stock of Wines, Spirits, Ales, Porters, kc., which they are now offering at greatly reduced prices, for example: -

Otard's or Marten's pale brandy, 4a 6d per bottle.

Burnett's or Swaineand Boord's old

tom. Sa 6d do

i Scotch whiskey .". 2s 6d do ! Ports or sherries, from. Ss 6d do

Best English stout. ls do

Rum or gin ls per half-pint ; and all other liquors

equally cheap.

CHRISTMAS FESTIVALS.

MESSRS IRWIN and VANNTNI take this

opportunity of informing the public that having purchased the

LUNCHEON SALOON

at the Botanical Gardens, for the Orphan Asylum Demonstration on Boxing Day, they intend supplying

their patrons with

A First-class Lunch for 2s 64,

Messrs L and V. having made preparations to supply over 4000 Luncheons, wish to assure the visitors that none will be disappointed in obtaining a really first class luncheon for the reasonable amount

above named.

HBISTMAS, Chriabnaa] Christmas.-Sucking

pigs, pickled pork, suet, 89c Nice pigs, I Tarions prices. J. Paterson, Sturt street.

HBISTMAS, Christmas, Chrirtmas. -Sucking

pigs, pickled pork, suet, fcc. Nice pigs, at various prices. Paterson, Bridge street.

C- HBISTMAS PRESENTS, New Year's Gifté.^

All kinds of fancy goode, toys. Miss Kitchen's,

94 Mainstreet, and Mair street.

NOTICE.

IN consequence of CHRISTMAS DAY falling on

Sunday, we intend CLOSING our establishment I on Monday, 26th December, in order to give our

assistants an opportunity of joining the festivities I of the day. We make this early announcement so I that our country customers may not be disappointed, 1 DAVID JONES and'CO., Criterion House,

j NOTICE.

¡ THE HALL OF COMMERCE

WILL BE CLOSED

ON MONDAY, THE 26th INST,

i L. S. CHRISTIE AND CO.

NOTICE.

MY ESTABLISHMENT .will be CLOSED ia

every department on BOXING DAY, Mon l day, 26th December.

1 W. M. BROWN,

STATIONER ANS PRINTER,

_ Lydiard street.

BALLARAT ART UNION.

DISTRIBUTION OF

150 FRIZES. VALUED AT £650.

Consisting of

Oil Paintings, Watercolor Paintings, Drawings,

Etchings, Chromo . Lithographs, Engravings, and

Works of Vertu.

By 2600 Subscribers at Ss each.

Exhibited at J, Bl BAIRD and CO.'S Show Rooms, _Bridge street, Ballarat.

COME ONE. COME ALL fa» BAT.T.ftMAT~

Great works geing on at Chris tmas: all kinds I of pleasures that people like. Don't forget Professor Antonio topaz's fashionable Hair-cutting, Shaving, I and Shampooing Saloon, next door to the Unicom Hotel, Sturt street, and Bridge street, fign Blue Flag. 1 Advance, ye people J

Digitisation generously supported by
1 of 2
Ballarat and District Genealogical Society Inc.
Digitisation generously supported by
1 of 2
Digitisation generously supported by
2 of 2
State Government of Victoria
Digitisation generously supported by
2 of 2
Play Pause
1 2

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down