EIENT LINE OF EOT AL MAIL
Tho following Royal Mail Steamships 'belonging to the ORIENT and PACIFIC COMPANIES will leave Sydney at noon on the undermentioned dates for PLYMOUTH and LON DON (Tilbury), via Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, and the Suez Canal, calling at Naples and Gibraltar :
Austral Oruba Cuzco
Lusitania Oroya ;
J. H. F. Nixon.. J. B. Park
J. F. Anderson H. E. Inskip .. E. Studdert ..
August 18 Sept. 1
Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 13.
' And fortnightly thereafter.
PASSAGE MONEY-Saloon, £55, £63, and «70.
Second, £30 and £37.
EXCUESION EETÜEN TICKETS AT EEDUCED
SALOON PASSENGEES nllowod to break their journey. Third and Steorago (including bedding, mess utensils, &c.)
Open berths ... . ... 17 guineas each adult Four-berth cabin ... ... 20 pounds each adult Two-berth cabin ... ... 22 pounds each adult.
Facilities are allorded for bringing out friends aud rola Uves from London by tho prepayment of- passage money
hero at the above rates.
MANAGERS: P. GEEEN and CO., and ANDEBSON, ANDEESON, and CO., Fenchurch-aveuue, London, E.C,
Full particulars on application to
.G. S. YUILL,
General Manager in Australia. 43, Pitt-street. . _i_ COOK'S NEXT conducted " TOÜB TO CHINA AND
JAPAN," August 20. Seo TEAVKILEHS' GAZETTE. 4, Hnnter-etrcet._
IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL.
Passengers aro carried according to tho k requirements of tho EngliBh Passenger
i Acts of 1855 and 1863.
MÖNTHL""' LXNEi OF DIEECT STEAMEES FROM
SYDNEY, MELBOUENE, and ADELAIDE,
io SOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP, and BEEMEN, via
COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, and GENOA,
taking passengers for London,
Connecting from POET SAID by DIEECT MALL and
PASSENGER LINE TO BEINDISI,
.will be dispatched as folio wu (if practicable) :
Leavo ' Mel
Nürnberg Dresden. \,: .;. Hohenstaufen... Habsburg -
Kaiser Wilhelm H .. Elbe
W. Schmöldor G. .Thumann L. Stormer ,.
Oct. 8 Nov. 5 Dec. 3'
Sept. 13 Oct. ll Nov. 8
1891. Jan. 4
Sept. 16 Oct. 16 Nov. 13 Dec. ll
1891. Jan. 8
and thereafter every four weeks.
PASSAGE MONEY from SYDNEY £14 to £5710s.
RETUEN TICKETS avaiiablo for NINE and TWELVE MONTHS, at Seduced Bates.
Passengers and cargo aro booked through to New York via Southhampton.
Special facilities arc afforded for bringing out relatives and friends from the United Kingdom and Europo by pre payment of the passage money in Australia.
for FBEIGHT, PASSAGE, and all further particulars,
FBEDK. BETZ and CO., Agents, 6, O'ConneU-street.
AUSTRALASIAN UNITED STEAM
Swift Mail and Passenger Steamers ore intended to sail as under, from Grafton Wharf, Sussex
Noumea, Suva, Levuka (Fiji), Wednesday, fortnightly, at
Aneitum, Havannah Harbor, New Hebrides, Wednesdays,
monthly, 5 p.m.
Melbourne (without changing in tho bay), Tuesday,5 p.m. j
Friday 5 p.m.
Brisbane and all Queensland ports, Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays, 5 p.m. ; Saturdays, 1 p.m. < Maryborough (without changing).Saturdays, 1 p.m.,(chang
ingat Brisbane) Tuesdays 5 p.m.
Bundaberg and Gladstone (without changing), Wednesdays
5 p.m.. ;
Rockhampton (without changing), Wednesdays, 5 p.m.
Saturdays, 1 p.m., and via Keppel Bay, TuesdayB, 5p,m.i Fridays, 5 p.m.
Bowen, Tuesdays, 5p.m.
Mackay, Townsville, Dungeness, Cardwell, Mourilyan;
Johnson Eiver, Cairns, Port Douglas, and Cooktown; Tuesdays 5 p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays 5, p.m., and Saturdays 1 p.m. : ? »
Thursday Island, Normanton (nearest point tb Croydon
Goldfields), without changing, andBurkètown, Fridays 5 p.m., changing at Brisbane Saturdays 1 p.m. r Steer« - age passengers ore provided with food.ana.bedding.
, Saloon return tickets available for six months. Tickets issued Ly ship's officers charged Ss extra. Fares at excur
~-BUBJÍB, PHILP, & CO.; Limited, Agents.
. -v-'w ;._ .h.. .._IO»'Bridgo-ateeek
.ERECT SEEVICB TO ENGLAND.
PENINSULAS AND OEIENTAL
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
The Company's Boyal Mail Steamships (under contract ?with tho Imperial, Now South Wales, Victorian, and South Australian Governments), will bo dispatched from their Wharf, Circular Quay, aa under, for LONDON, calling at Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany, Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta. Gibraltar, and Plymouth.
Steamer. I Tons,
I Leave I Leave
Commander. I Sydney Mel
|12 noon bourne.
Leave Ade laide.
Arcadia .. Britannia ..
Coromandel! Carthago . Victoria . Valetta .
6362 6257 4499 5013 6263 4919
W.B.Andrews Aug. ll Aug. 16 Aug. J. Orman ..JAug. 25 Aug. 30 Sept.
W. R. Wheler G. F. Catos...
E. F. Briscoe!
Sept. 8 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 221 Sept. 27 Oct. 1 Oct. 6 Oct. ll Oct. 15 Oct. 20lOct. 25 Oct. 29
And thenceforth every alternate week.
BESEEVED CABINS ON MODEEATE TEEMS.
SALOON PASSENGERS MAY BEEAK the JOUENEY. The arrangements for Second Saloon Passengers having been thoroughly reorganised^ tho acepmmodation now
offered is unsurpassed.
Passage money can bo paid hero for passages from Eng. land. Liberal concessions made to families.
Passengers, cargo, and parcels aro booked through to India, China, and Japan. Cargo and parcels will not bo re ceived after ll a.m. on tho Saturday previous to sailing. -
For all information, apply at tho Company's Office, corner of Pitt and Bridero streets.
A. MACLEAN, Acting Agent.
.m/f ESSA GERIES MARITIMES,
JjJL SYDNEY TO LONDON,
OVERLAND FROM MARSEILLES
VIA PARIS. -
Steamers under postal.contract with tho Government.of France, calling at MELBOURNE. ADE LAIDE, ALBANY, MAHE, SUEZ, arid PORT SAID.
Passengers booked to BOMBAY, BEUNION, MAURI TIUS, and EAST COAST of AFRICA.
Tho service ia carried on by powerful steamers of 4000 tons and 3000 effective h.p., built expressly for the Aus tralian and New Caledonian line, which will bo dispatched
AB follows :
Steamer.' Australien Océanien Salazio
iLeavo Sydney! Leave Mel Commander. I at ll a.m. bourne 4 p.m.
August 27 Sept. 25
August 30 Sept. 28 Oct. 28.
And thenceforward on tho 25th of each mouth.
Rates of passago money to Marseilles from £20 to £65, including table wines and Suez Canal dues on passengers.
RETURN TICKETS issued at the following rates :
Available 9 months Avoilablo 12 months
English interpreters meet through passengers for London on arrival of steamers at Marseilles, and accom pany them to Paris and Calais.
N.B.-Passengers' luggage conveyed free .of cost from Marseilles to London.
For freight, passage, and further particulars, apply at the Company's Offices, 15, Macquarie-place.
A. CONIL, Principal Ageu$.
UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OP
NEW ZEALAND, Limited.
SAN FRANCISCO ROYAL MAIL
OVERLAND ROUTE to ENGLAND, via SAN FRAN
CISCO and NEW YORK, calling at AUCKLAND
avoiding alike the heat of the Bed Sea, and cold oi Cape
Under contract with the Postmaster-General of New South Wales and New Zealand, the steamers of the line are appointed to leave Sydney and Auckland for Honolulu and San Francisco EVERY FOUETH WEDNESDAY, sailing
as under :- ?" ' '; ? . .
Sydney at 4.p.m.
Mariposa 3000 |H. M. Hay ward... I Sept. 3 Zealandia1 3000 IK.VanOterendorp'Oct. 1
Sept. 27 Oct. 25.
Each steamer carries duly qualified surgeons.
¡These steamers are fitted with electric light, and with a refrigerating chamber for ships' provisions, ensuring a plentiful supply of ico throughout the voyage.
Passengers are booked to San Francisco, or through to European destinations, and have at San Francisco choice of the unrivalled Atlantic Steamship lines of tho Cunard, Inman, White Star, and other Companies.
All first-class passengers are allowed 3501b of baggage to Saxi Francisco, and 2501b «. Overland,''free of charge.
i THEOUGH FABE TO LIVEEPOOL.
FIBST CLASS. .... £63 to £66.
Time cards, railway maps, and guide books, showing all routes to any part of tho United States, may bo had on application.
For rate of passago and freight, and all other informa. tioB. apply at tho Company's Office,' 15,-Bridgo-street.
FBEDK-W. JACKSON, Manager.
ANDERSON.-Will Mrs. WM. ANDERSON and Mr.
JOHN THOMAS SPENCER, residents of Hay, N.S.W., about three years ago, or anyone knowing their whereabouts, please communicate with Mr. DAVID SPENCER, Homebush, Mackay, Queensland ?
UCKLEY.-CHARLEY BUCKLEY is requested to
communicate with I. E. FRETWELL, Racecourse Hotol, Cairns, Queensland.
YRNE.-If this should meet the eye of JOHN BYRNE
(J.D.), last heard of proina to Temora, Addrosa A. B" caro GORDON and GOTOH, Sydney.
BOWLING.-MATTHEW J. DOWLING, Carpenter,
North Queensland. Last seen on Charters Towers, supposed to be on Croydon or Etheridge, write to J. DUNCAN, Rushworth post-office, Victoria.
DUNN.-If this should meet the eye of ROBERT
DUNN, of Cooerwull, Bowenfels, v, us last heard of in Orango, and left there with a man named Flood, write to your MOTHER, as she is anxious to know what you are doing. JOHN DUNN, Cooorwull, Bowenfels.
ABELDU.-GEORGE GABELDU, left Jersey about X_T thirty years ago, communicate with A. GABELDU, Shepparton, Victoria. Important. ' . . - .
GRAHAM.-Any ono knowing the whereabouts of
JOHN GRAHAM, native of Richmond, Tasmania, will oblige by communicating same to Iiis anxious parents. Address : HENRY GRAHAM, Richmond, Tasmania.
HARVEY.-Any person knowing the whereabouts of JOHN HARVEY, who left Tocumwal two years last February, kindly communicate with his Wife, Mrs. E. HARVEY, P.O., Tocumwal.
IDD.-GEORGE. KIDD, any person knowing his _ whereabouts would oblige by communicating with A, RITTER, Moss Vale. Matters of importance.
T|~ ACE.-JAMES LACE, native of Douglas, Isle of Man.
His sister Annie and her husband aro now resident in Melbourne, and would bo triad to hear from him. Address : Mrs. ANNIE GRIFFITHS, 7, Alfred-crescent, North Fitzroy, Victoria. Queensland papers please copy.
MAHON.-Will Mr. JAMES M'MAHON, formerly _ of Kiandra, kindly send his address to "Box 501 G.P.O., Sydney ?
'FARLANE.-JOHN M'FAELANE, of Melbourne,
last heard of twelve months ago, Sydney. Any per son able to give information concerning the above, please communicate with his anxious MOTHER, 166, Bay-street, Port Melbourne._._;
MITCHELL.-Wanted, the address of WILLIAM
MITCHELL, brother to John Mitchell, butcher,of Bethanga, supposed to have gone to Queensland.' Any information please communicate to M. J. JOHNSON, P.O. Bethanga, Victoria. - ' ' 1 . -.
"¡VT IXON.-SARAH JANE NIXON, native of Newtown 1^1 Stewart, who came out to this colony about fifty years ago, if her BROTHERS or SISTER will communicate with J. W., 276, George-street, Sydney, will hear of her DAUGHTER._
SCHMITT.-If this shall meet the eyes of JOHN B. S.
SCHMITT, writs home, very anxious; father and brother William dead. If anyone knows his whereabouts, would greatly oblige by writing to Mrs. FRANZ SCHMITT, Harkaway P.O., Victoria.
_____ - - - - -
If this should meet the eye of
WILLIAM, JOHN, or CHARLES TAYLOR, answer to FR BD,
TOWN AND COUNTRY JOUBNAL Office, Sydney.
ASSON.-JOSEPH WASSON, of Brownlow Hill,
Camden, wants address of his brother JOHN.
WIESKE.-BICHARD WIESKE, send your address
to A. KOPSCH, Melrose, near Uralla. I got letters from your mother._
WATTS-FINNEY.-If Mrs. WATTS and Mrs. FIN
NEY do not call by Thursday their dresses will be sold to defray expenses. Mrs. EDWARDS, Dressmaker, 168, Bay-street, Glebe. Saturday. August 9,1890.
WILLIAMS.-Any one knowing tho whereabouts of
TOMMY WILLIAMS, bullock-driver and teams ter in Rockhampton about twenty years ago, kindly com municate with W. P. REDDEN, General Storekeeper, Cairns, Queensland.
AA.-E. M. RILEY (late of Detective Force), 51 and
, 53, SYDNEY-ARCADE. ;
Inquiries of every description conducted with secrecy and dispatch. Evidence procured in Divorce and other
cases. .i " ' ....
Copies of Wills, Deeds, Certificates of Birth, Marriage, or Death procured from any parfrof the world. . -.. ,f -.,
NEXT, OF KIN AGENCY. Estates Collected iu the United Kingdom and elsewhere by London agents (a re sponsible firm of solicitors). Advances made to persons beneficially entitled. ,
ST. KILDA HOUSE, a Private HOME HOSPITAL,
Woollonmooloo-street, Sydney. Por particulars apply to the MATSON.
T>B0FESSOß STANICH, tho only Scientific Specialist JET in, diseases of tho Ear in Australia. Can be consulted ot"* STANICH LODGE, Ponrith, and MONDAYS at 149, King-street, Sydney.
ROBERT M «NAB,
MANUFACTURER of BRUSHWARE, TINWAKE and BELLOWS, GENERAL IRONMONGER and IM PORTER, 4 to 8, WLLMOT-STREET, Brickfield, Hill Sydney.
COMPLETE OUTFITS FOR LAND and SEA.-Trunks
in camphor wood, tin, leather, and pino, all sizes. Bedding, Tinware, Cutlery, Clothing, Dungaree Jackets, and Overalls, Firemon's Shirts, Sweat Rags, Rubber, Gum and Leather Knee and Hip Boots ; all remarkably cheap. GOLDSTEIN, Manufocturer and Universal Provider, 231, Lower George-street, Sydney.
OILSKIN CLOTHING (superior to imported) for Men
and Boys. Oiled Silk Coats (light, nice looking, and thoroughly waterproof), Oilskin Sheetings for Invalids, Children, and Medical Students. Oiled Covers for Conser. vatorios, Vehicles, Horses, &c. GOLDSTEIN'S Oilskin Factory, 231, Lower George-street. Established 1852.
TENTS and FLYS for Salo and Hire (superior qualities
only), Flags mado to order, Waterbags all kinds. Canvas Hose for Irrigation, Woolslieets, and all station requisites. GOLDSTEIN, Government Contrac tor, Manufacturer, and Importer", 25l, Lower George-street, Sydney. Established 1852. P.S.-Surveyor Tents a speciality. .
OILED RICK COVERS (very durable, thoroughly
waterproof, and cheap) ; Tarpaulins, plain or oiled, Bplëndid value; Hammocks, Canvas Cots, Canvas (2, 3,4, 6 feet wido), Seaming Twine. GOLDSTEIN'S Tarpaulin Works, Government Contractor and Importer, 231, Lower Geórge-street, Sydney. . Established 1852.
SIX CABINET PORTRAITS for 3s'Cd ; 12 for 6s 6d,
Cartes, 12 for 2s Cd j 24 for 4s Cd. Stamp size, gummed, for uso on 'Xmas cards, &c, 24 for ls Cd ; 100 for 3s 6d. Eight-inch enlargements, 1 for 4s ; 3 for 7a ; 6 for 12s, For any of these send carte or cabinet picture, with, remittance, to
FRANCIS and CO., ' ? ' 29, Ludgate Hill, London, England, "':?'..<
who will promptly return highly finished copies with originala uninjured, post free.
TA N D G. BARN E^S.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL STOREKEEPERS, WINFi
¡ and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, :
hare on SALE all kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
; MENTS and FITTINGS.
Agents for T. Robinson and Co., Melbourne. '
Station Supplies, &c, &c. Purchasers of Wool, Tallow,
Hides, and Sheepskins, or will make liberal advances
on same, consigned to their agents. . Agonts for the TOWN AND COUNTET JOUBNAI.. :
THE LATE BEV. GEORGE FAD3F0WL .
MACARTHUR MEMOEIAL FUND. :A
At a Meeting of "Old Boys" and Friends of the late? Rev. George F. Macarthur, held at the Chamber of Com merce on June 24,1890, it was BESOLVED to perpetuate his memory by founding a scholarship at the King's School, Parramatta. : ."\ ' '?" ; ''
Subscriptions to the above object are invited, and will be received and acknowledsed by Messrs. E. J.'Jenkins, M.D., and i. A. Dowling, 29, O'Connell-street, Sydney.;
H. WALLACE MORT \ Honorary J. A. BRODIE 5 Secretaries.
TVfEW YORK NOVELTY COMPANY.-Depot for J3I Magic Lanterns. Latest American Novelties in Tricks, Puzzles. Jewellery and Fancy Goods received per every mail. Magic Lanterns, packed secure, with instruc tions, 12 slides, about CO views, complete, 5s Cd, 9s 6d, 12s 6d, 17s Cd, and 25s each ; extra slides kept. No household should be without one. A GREAT BARGAIN.- Wo will send to nny address in Australia, post free, on receiptof 2s 6d in stamps, one of our Illustrated Books of Conjuring, Coin,and Card Tricks ; one Yankee Rubber Baby, which can be carried in vest pocket and blown out to life size-rcauses roars of laughter ; oue Wizard's Fish or Modern Oracle, gives the definition of your character; and one Pack of Magic Trick Cards. Send for this lot at once, as the.sale will be immense. II. L. HUTCHINSON, Manager, 718,' George-street. . P.O. Box No. 3, Haymarket. ''*
MITCHELL AND CO" WHOLESALE GROCERS,
WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, and- - '
165, FENCHUECH-STEEET, LONDON." :>
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which is now in the 17th year of its publication, . IS FORWARDED GRATIS
the first of every month,
and may be relied upon for . Lowest Market Quotations.
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will find Our List
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as Stores can be Sorted ' FEOM £25 AND UPWAEDS.
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