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ABERDEEN CLIPPER LINE.
Notice to Passengers.
The following first-class vessels, making an average passage of eighty days, will be dispatched on or about the following dates :-
Tons. Commander. To Sail.
? MAID OF JUDAH. 605.. ..Ayllng .January.
; WOOLLOOMOOLOO .... 027.... Anderson .... February.
^NINEVEH. 1174.. ..Uarnet .February. » PATRIARCH (now). 1500.... Pilo .,.»larch. 'STRATHDON. 1011.... -.April.
Tho dietary arrangements aro superior, and each vessel : carries an experienced surgeon.
Apply to MONTEFIORE, JOSEPH, and CO.,
TO THE ELECTORS OF MONARO.
GENTLEMEN,-Allow mo this mode and opportunity of " thanking you for having returned mo to the Legislative :'Assembly as your representative.
Tho sudden and serious illness which prostrated mo at ^Nlmltibolle prevented ma from following up that personal .'canvass which I contemplated when entering upon the con
test. The exertions of my friends, however, and your kind TOI . ai lor.ttion, fully made up for my compulsory inaction. Thuvosult proves tho strongth of tho feeling favourable to thc Uovern .. mont to which I have tho hononv to belong. On account ol' .. my colleagues and myself, I again thank you for this oxhibi \ Mon of support. In discharging the duties of a representativo, i l shall endeavour to act impartially to all partios in thc elec torate, and to secure to the district full satisfaction of all its vjust claims on thc Government, having a due regard to the ': general interests of tho colony at large.
; "With the most grateful recollection of your kindness to mo, »personally, and again thanking you for tho hearty and cordial ij.support afforded to my candidature, and which has resulted tso satisfactorily to myself, and, I hope, to you. M Beliovo me yours very faithfully,
k "DANIEL EGAN. £ Victoria Club, Sydney, January "il, laïO.
Ö TH li ELECTORS OF WEST
. . SYDNEY, AND THE CITIZENS GENERALLY,
ft The Rev. Dr. LANO will give a BRIEF SKETCH of his Î, Parliamentary Lifo, from the 1st of August, 1843, till thu «?recent dissolution, in an address to his lato constituents, in £tho Masonic Hall, York-street, on MONDAY, the 17th
% The Honorable JOHN SUTHERLAND will preside.
i; Th3 Hall will be oponed at half-past 7, and tho address will 's bo commenced at 8 precisely.
¿; ADMISSION FltEE ; but a collection will be mado at tho ¡..cío c to defray th>- expenses of the meeting ; and if any ^au/plus should accrue, it will bo appropriated in aid of the ^.Public School, Jamison-street. Il
YDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY.
A COLONIAL PROPRIETARY, with unlimited llabllltv of shareholders. Insurances against FIRE ofTected at reduced rates of premium.
THE NEW ZEALAND FIRE AND
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EDAVARD CHAPMAN and CO., Agents, opposite Union Bank.
THE NETHERLANDS INDIA IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF BATAVIA. EDWARD CHAPMAN and CO., Agents, opposite Union Bank.
ACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF SYDNEY.
J. R. Young, Esq., Chairman. .
H. E. A. Allan, Esq. I J. L. Montefloro, Esq. G. W. Allen, Esq. I E. Vickery, Esq.
London Agents-Messrs. Young and Lark, Cornhill
TRANSACTIONS can be effected with this Company "in
the various branches of FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE at the lowest current rates of premium.-' ;
' Marine losses may bo made payable iii.London, if required.
C. M. SMITH,
. ^_' Manager.
"VICTORIA LIFF3 AND GENERAL
? INSURANCE COMPANY
AND SAVINGS INSTITUTE.
Capital-£2,000,000 (Unlimited Liability).
This Company is prepared to issue GUARANTEE BONDS fer tho fidelity of Government, Bank, and other officials, on the most favourable terms, and with immediate despatch.
Whoro Guarantee is combined with Life Assurance, a great
reduction in thc rates will bo mado.
Chief Oflices for Now South Wales and Queensland-New Pitt-street, Sydney, whoro forms of application and all infor mation may be obtained.
HE UNITED INSURANCE - COM
PA NY.-FIRE AND MARINE.
Head Ollico, 275 George-street.
Tho Hon. E. C. Weekes, M.L.C., Chairman. W. D. Stewart, Esq. Edwd. Flood, Esq. ftichd. Hill, Esq. R. T. Moodie, Esq.
M. Alexander, Esq.
Insurances effected in both brunches of the Company's business at lowest current rates.
HE STANDARD I.I»*E ASSURANCE
ESTABLISHED A.P. 1825.
Accumulated Funds Exceed . .. £4,000,000 Annual Revonuo . £700,000 SYDNEY BRANCH-275 GEORGE-STREET. .
RICHARD JONES, ESQ., CHAIRMAN.
EDAVARD FLOOD, ESQ. I J. DE V. LAMB, ESQ.
HENRY PRINCE, ESQ. | THOMAS SKINNER, ESQ.
MEDIUAL. REFEREE-J. C. COX, M.D.
AOENT AN» SECRETARY.-WILLIAM RAE.
US SI AN STEAM. BATHS.
The undersigned begs to inform the inhabitants of Sydney that ho lias now opened his RUSSIAN SJCEAM BATHS, so highly thought of for invigorating thu system, strengthening the nerves, the euro of rheumatism, and other chronic affec tions, besides the pleasure of perfect cleanliness. From his great experience in the use of the above named baths in Ger many, KUSSITI, and America, and his long residence in this colony, lu' '.'unbind to recommend them with the utmost confidence, and now solicits the patronage and support of the ti'utlenien of Sydney and New South Wales.
t Signed) C. MOMBERG. .
8 Hunter-street, Sydney.
¿énpHE HOWE" SEWING- M ? CHINES.
JH- -These celebro trd Machines, have all tho new
Improvements, and aro now the most perfect, as well as tho most useful Machines in tho world for every description of work. But that buyers may judge for themselves, wo give a month's trial before purqhaso,' and wo fully warrant, and' keep each Machine in thorough working order
. FOR THREE YEARS, FREE OF EXPENSE.
Sold in this market only, at tho office of "THE HOWE" Sevang Machines, i)0 Bathurst-stroot, Sydney.
H. M'RICKARD, Sole Agent in tho colonies, or the Pro prietor,
B. P. HOWE, ESQ.,
_437 Broadway, New York.
THE YACHT INO, FOR SALE, m good
order, coppered and coppor-fasteued, two suits of ails, and well found. Apply, Mr. HOBSON, EMPIRE Office.
J^/j"URRUA!J BIDGEE' TURF CLUB
MARES". PRODUCE STAKES, 1872.
Murrumbidgee Turf Olub.
. MARES' PRODUCE STAKES FOR 1872,
Of 40 surs, with a sweep of 5 sors each added. Nominations,
enclosing 1 sov, tobo in the hands of tho secretary on or before tho 1st of March, 1870. A further payment of 1 sov and description of foal to be in thc hands of the secretary on the 1st January, 1871. Third and last payment on tho night of general entry, 1872. Non-acceptors forfeit the amount previously paid. Weight 8st. Distance, three quarters of a mile.
' A. ARMSTRONG, Sec. December SI, I860.
^NNIVE RS A R Y RE GAT TA.
. : PROGRAMME. ? . \ \ -. \ V. ,
?First Roce.-'-To'stttrt at *- For all youths under 10 years, of ago, palling a pair, of sculls in dingies, not exceeding twelve feet on the keel. From Flagship, round Kort Denison and back to Flagship. First prize, £5 ; second, £2. Entrance,
Second Race.-To start at For all bona fide amateurs, pulling a pair of sculls in light skiffs-to be handicapped. From Dawes' Point, round Fort Denison and ship Vernon, and buck to Flagship. Prize, value £10. Entrance, £1 ls.
Third Race.-To start at For all bona fide pulling dingies, without fins, not exceeding 15 feet overall, under canvas: From their own moorings in Lavender Ray, round Goat Island, then round Garden'Island, back round Flagship and Fort Denison, and back to Flagship. First prize, £7 ;. second, £2. Entrance, 10s Od.
Fourth Race.-To start at For all bona Ilde sailing skiffs, with cither fins or fixed centreboards,.not exceeding 22 feet overall: From their own moorings in Lavender Hay, round Port Denison, back round Flagship, then round Shark Island, and back to Flagship. First prize, £10 ; second, £3. Entrance, £1 ls.
Fifth Race,-To start at . b'or all yachts, to bo handi capped. From their own moorings in Farm Cove, round Flag ship, then round Light vessel and Sow and Pigs, back round Flagship, then round boat moored off Long Reef, and back to Flagship. Prize, £50. Entrance, £3 3s.
Sixth Race.-To start at . For all socond and third-class yachts, to be handicapped. From their own moorings in Farm Cove, round Flagship, then round Shark Island, back round Flagship, then round red buoy off Manly Beach, back round Flagship, then round Light vessel and Sow and Pigs, and back to Flagship. First prize, £80 ; second, £10. Entrance, £2 2s.
Seventh Race.-To start at . For all yachts belong ing to thu Prince Alfred Yacht Club, to be handicapped. From their own moorings in Farm Cove round Flagship, then round Light vessel and So.v and Pigs, back round Flagship, then round Light-vessel and Sow and Pigs, back round Flagship, then round Shark Island and back to Flag ship. First puzn, a silver Cup, presented by his Worship the Mayor, Walter Renuy, Esq. ; second, £10. Entrance £lls.,
Eighth Race.-To start at . Champion Race, in outriggers. From Flagship round Goat Island, then round Fort Denison and back to Flagship. Prize, £15. Entrance, £lls.
Ninth Race.-To start at . For all amateurs who havo never started in any race, pulling a pair of sculls in light skiffs. Course same as No. 2. First prize, £7 ; second, £3. Entrance, 10s Od.
Tenth Race.-To start at . For all bona fido amateurs pulling a/pair of oars in light skiffs, . From Dawes' Point round ship Vernon, then round Flagship and Fort Donison, and back to Flagship. Prize, valuo £10. Entrance, £lls.
Eleventh Race,-I'o start at . For all comers pulling two pair of sculls in light skiffs, to bc handicapped. Course sam« as No. 8. Prize, £12. Entrance, £1 ls.
Twelfth Race.-To start at .' For nil bona fide fisher men's boats, owned by lislvrmen, and used for fishing pur poses, under canvas, 1 minute per foot overall allowed. From their own moorings in Sydney Cove, round Fort Denison, then round Flagship, then round Light-vessel and Sow and Plf!3, and back to Flagship. First prize. £1(1 ; second, MA. Entrance, £1 ls.
Thirteenth Race.-To blurt »at . For all comers, pulling four pairs sculls, in any boats, outriggers excepted. From Dawes" Point, round Fort Denison, round Flagship, then round Garden Island, and buck to Flagship. First prize, £12; second ¿8. Entrance, £1 ls.
Fourteenth Race. To sturt at . Bouts, double banked, with coxswain, to be manned by boys belonging to training ship Vernon. Cour¡¡o, same as No. 2. Prise, £5. No entrance.
The prizes will be increased should funds ml m it of sumo.
Entrances will bo received at Tattersall's, on FRIDAY EVENING, tho 21st instant, from 7 to H.
RD. DKIVKk, Hon. Secretary.
TO PARTIES FURNISHING. - Mrs. T.
R. COATES, of -111 George-street, nearly opposite
Royal Hotel, is now selling |
China, Glassware, and Earthenware, ! at rcducod prices for cash. Tho stock has just been replenished ¡
by recent importations, and also by most advantageous pur- I chuseB in this market, of .which Mrs. Coates wishes to give her , customers the benefit. One trial will prove that for variety j and cheapness her establishment is unequalled in Sycine;-. j Goods carefully packed by experienced hands.
0 M M E N C E M.E N T OP THE
F. LA'SETTER nnl CO. havo received fresh additions to '
their exte isive stock of Fire arms and S>orts nen'i appliances. Those who requlro a cheap single or double barrel gun ara r.minicd that even the lowest jirlcad aro all guirnwteed proof. . - - . .
London-made proof singlo gunn, from £1 upwards Ditto double ditto, 2 ditto..
V. JJ. and CO. invito attention to their bettor class ilo'ibî» guns by "Hollis," "Wellington," and "Giecncr," Stub Damascus twist or Laminated steel barro'1), best winnot
stocks, plain and non-reflecting rib, at all pilues, from £4 10s '
-Ditto in oak cases, with fittings complete, £10 to £30 - * Single guns at proportionate figure
Single and double-barrel brcosh-lomiing shot guns lu solid
leather cases, with cartriJge-making apparatus, cartridge
Caps and wads suited for re-charging tho cases.
Revolvers in great variety. i
Tranter's patent safety double trigger , Colt's pocket and navy
Remington's, Kerr's, Excelsior model, Ac, with or without'''
Singlo and double carbines
Double-trigger five-shot revolver carbines Cartridges for the above.
Forming the largest and most varied assortment nf Firearms
in tho colonice.
i i . : > SPORTSMAN'S APPLIANCES.
' Game. Bags, Shot Pouches and Bolts;'- Powder Flasks; «Light ».
Waterproof Gun Bags, Nipple; Primera,'Cap-'Chargon^* Clean lng Rods, Bullet Moulds, &c. iv, y/, c¿ J^A Gunsmiths supplied with sparc Locks, Cocks, Tumblers/Ram
Tods, and other fittings. ..?.>.
"* ? . AMuimioN. . '
Patent Shot-all sizes-AAA to.No. 10. .
Sporting Gunpowder of tho undermentioned brands-Treble
F. Treble Seal, Diamond Graln( Rifle, Tower Proof and Challenge.
Also, just received, a shipment of the celebrated Woodcock
Brand, Nos. 4 and 5, coarse grain, specially for Breech
Double Waterproof and Central Fire Caps, ' for Gtvha and.
Elastic Cloth Wads with chomically-preparçd edges. : ; Ely's Wire Greon Cartridges of various bores and sizes of
F. LASSETTER and CO., 421 George-street, Sydney.
O U N T R Y Gr E NTL EMEN aro invited to inspect tho largo assortment of TOOLS and IMPLEMENTS selected by tho undersigned to ault the g/owing demand in different departments - of AGRI
FOR THE FARM. ' . - . :
Rausomu and Sim's, and Hornsby's Patent Prize Ploughs,
for one, two, or moro horsos ; iron or ? steel mould boards, spare shares and fittings ' Light, medium, and heavy Harrows
Horse Hoes, with expanding Harrows - Maize Shelters, Maizo Mills for hand barrett's Winnowing Machines
Chaff Cutters and Corn Crackers, for baud or power ; works
witli intermediate driving bands, &c. Platt's Knife Cotton Gins
FOR THE VINEYARD. Tho Albury Wino Press, Roller Grape Mills Copper Stills, 20 and 30 gallon
Gorman pronged Vineyard Hoes
Rhenish vine Pruners
Galvanised pliablo Wire for Vincs.iNoa. 10, 12,14 . Sulphur Bellows for curing Oidium.
FOR THE DAIRY. Curd Mills; Cheeso Vats
Thermometer Churns, Nos. 0,1, 2, 3, 4, fi Milk Dishes, stamped in one solid plcco Ditto, enamelled or glass
FOR THE GARDÉÑ*ÁND ORCHARD.
Best steel Rakes, Spade?, Dissing «nd Dung Forks, of tiu> '
mo .t approved Engll-sh nnU American patterns Force Garden Engines, the " Aquarius"
Suction and Koiice -Pumpu, Hydraulic Rams Double-acting Power Pumpa forirrigation
Hedge Shears, Edging Toola, Turf Strippers " Paxton" and " Glcnny" Wutorpots
Raynor's Pruning Knives, Budding Knives Ladies Sets of Tools, ¿m., &c.
FOR SHEEP AND CATTLE STATIONS. Sheep Shears, of best makes
Woolpacks, manufactured expressly to our own order Best bcotch Sowing Twine and Steel Needles
Cutlery for castrating, spcylng, &c, in which we hava adopted .
improvements suggested by our customers
Cattle Brands to order
Soft Ruddie, Turkey Stones Homo's Patent AVool Press
Every article of Ironmongery wanted on a station Byland'a best drawn Fencing Wiro.
Prices supplied for the various ironmongery requirements oC sheep-washing apparatus.
Tho special wants nf tho colony have been particularly studied in every importation.
F. LASSETTER and CO.,
421 George-street, Sydney.
aUYATT, Surgical Instrument and Tra BS
Maker. Spinal supports, club-foot Instrument«, ladies** abdominal belt«, artificial legs and arias mada to ci'ur. 4fl Market-street. Mrs. Guyatt bi attendance for Indios.