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LEXTON-Impounded at Lexton, loth November, by J. M'Vine, Esq.; trespass 9d -grey horse, short tail, collar marked, J over 1-5 (tail of tamed up) crossed near shoulder, JS off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 7th Decem ber-J. Warren White, Poundkeeper.

FOR REMAINDER OF INTELLIGENCE

SEE FOURTH PAGE.

AUCTION SALES.

THIS DAT.

A. TTKT.T.Y-At Bath's Hotel Tarda, at one

o'clock, fat calves.

W. W. ANSLOW-At the Central Sale Yards,

atone o'clock, fat wethers.

C. DTTE-On the premises, Main Road,

below Wilson Brothers, at twelve o'clock,

freehold allotment.

^iftrrttsements.

TinS~DAX

Unreserved Sale of Freehold

j Property.

CHAS, DYTE will sell by public auction,

on the premises, Main Boad. below

Wilson Brothers, on Thursday, 24th Novem ber, at twelve o'clock sharp,

The Freehold Property described as allot 2, block V, having a frontage of 18 feet (more or less) on the Main Boad, with a depth of 99

feet.

The above to be sold without the slightest

reserve.

CHAS. BYTE, Auctioneer. THI8 DAY.

TO BUTCHE&S.

Fat Calves- Eat Calves. Fat Calves. j

ALEXANDER KELLY win seii by auc^-j

tion, at Bath'a Hotel Sale Yards, on Thursday next, the 24th instant, at one

o'clock, -- , '

25 head prime fat calves. j

SATURDAY, 26th NOVEMBER. Races. Races. Races

ALEXANDER KFIILY has been favored

with instructions from the Stewards of the Ballarat Turf Club Races , to sell by. auc tion at-"Bath's - Hotel " on Saturday. th^ 26th

inst., at ono o'clock.

-! The^gates aad upper portion of Qrand

Stand for the ensuing Race Meeting,

iSaTUfiDAY; i^lfOVjEMBBR,

'.i ij ....

At fia&VHotel Sale Yards.

^01*68.

^HELLY had TeZiv6d instructions to sell by auction, on Satur day oext,26thinsL,*t one o'clock, :

20 head unbroken cart colts and fillies, in

capital condition.

.THIS Diff] . ; ' At on eio'clock,

At the Central fiile Yards, Armstrong street.

Fat Sheep.

WW. ANSLOWwill sell by auction on

. Thursday, 24th instant, at one

o'clock,

ISO prime fat wethers.

SATURDAY, 26th NOVEMBER,

At Twelve o'clock.

At the Central Sale Yards, Armstrong street.

Hones!' Horses!!

WW. ANSLOW is favored with in

» structions from B. Hepburn, Esq.,

to submit to public competition at the Central Sale Yards, ®n Saturday, 26th November, at

twelve o'clock, .

Thewliole of the above named gentleman's extensive and superior stock of horses, con

sisang of

First-class draught horses (of which a

satisfactory trial willbe-given).

Do, do. and medium, light harness and

saddle horses.

Also,

A nnmber of draught mar^ in foal to his

imported horse " Inkermann

lot of unbroken colts and fillies, the produce of " rnkermann."

The Sale of the first Draft of 20

Head will take place as above.

? an°tioneer in calling the attention of intending purchasers would remark, thBt the aboTe stock are to lie sold in. consequence of the proprietor having leased his station and farm. Therefore further comment is deemed unnecessary, inasmuch as the character of the horses is well known in the district, and they will be sold to the highest bidder.

SATURDAY, 26th OCTOBER,

At the George Hotel Yards.

.. Working Bullocks.

Colts and Fillies*

09FARRELL, SON & HOWELL have

been instructed to s II by auction at

the George Yards, on Saturday, the 26th inst., at twelve o'clock,

1 team of six first class working bullocks,

in good condition, with dray, bows, yokes, and chains,

Also,

A small mob of unbroken colts and fillies,

adapted for whim and puddling machines,

light harness aad saddle.

The above are for positive sale.

WEDNESDAY, 7th DECEMBER,

At one o'clock.

PRELIMINABY NOTICE.

Extensive Sale of Stock, Furniture,

and Farming Utensils.

To be held on the Farm of the Proprietor

ROBERT MOORE, Sen , Esq., situated about half a mile nearer Ballarat than the Blind Creek Hotel, on the Fiery Creek Road, and adjoining, the farm of James Bouchier, Esq.

O'FARRELL, SON & HOWELL have

been favored with instructions from

HOBEBT MOORE, Sen., Esq0 to sell by auction, without reserve, at the time and place above

mentioned,

Draught horses, unbroken colts Dairy cattle, steers, pigs

Working bollocks, poultry

An extensive lot of farmingutensils, from the

hands of first-class manufacturers, con sisting of threshing machines, chaff cutters, rollers, ploughs, harrows, &c.

Household furniture.

For farther particulars see future advertise ment previous to the day of sale.

MONDAY, 12th DECEMBER.

THE ENTIRE PLANT

OF THE

Forest Creek Gold Wining- and

Washing1 Company.

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

ON THE GBOUND.

Important to the Mining Community

at large.

RICHARDS & CAREY have received

instructions from the Committee of

Management of the Forest Creek Gold Mining and Washing Company, to sell by public auction, on Monday, the 12th of December, at one o'clock, on the ground,

THE ENTIRE PLANT,

AND PROPERTY of the COMPANY,

Consisting of

1 Locomotive Steam Engine, 12 HP horse

power, manufactured by Robey, of Lin coln, in the best style, with the latest improvements, including a patent fire box for economically consuming wood, re versing gear, etc, etc.

1 cylindrical Gold Washing Machine, lift

x 5 ft, patented by ^Thompson and Fletcher, with all the necessary gear and fittings, aud with several improvements suggested by long experience, in gold

washing.

2 pumps, single aud double action, capable

of raising 500 gals, of water per minute, 12 large trucks, 2 ft 5in gage, lately manu

factured of the best materials, aud in first class working order.

A quantity of rails, sleepers, flood gates,

barrows, and bar iron.

Three turning tables, sluice boxes, with

false bottoms and ripples, &c., See.

And, a complete assortment of the various

requirements for an alluvial washing

company.

Also, a blacksmith's forge, completely fur

nished

A wooden office, twelve feet x twelve feet,

with furniture.

A reservoir 120 feet by 60 feet, 17 feet

deep, at present containing 16 feet of

water.

Also a grant of land on which the ma

chinery is erected, an extended

granted under the Mining Board bye

laws.

Hie Auctioneers, in inviting the attention of the managing committees of die various companies to this most important sale, would merely allude to the fact that machinery suitable for mining companies in general is nearly impossible to be had, and that such an opportunity of obtaining a really first

plant ready for immediate operation is not likely to again offer. The plant of this com pany has been acknowledged, by all who have inspected it to be of the best possible con struction, being so lately erected, it innlnri«.ff all the latest improvements. The engine, being a locomotive, is easy of conveyance to any part of the colony, and the great saving in cartage which would accrue to the purcha sers, ought in itself to recommend it to capi talists and speculators as a highly remonera

tive .investment.

Messrs R. & C. do not deem it advisable to make any farther comment on a plant which is well-known to every one in the districtof

Castlemaine. They would also recommend i strangers to inspect and judge for themselves, 1 and not to loose fight of such a golden oppor

tunity.

. Terms liberal, half cash, residue by ap proved bills in equal payments, at . two and

four months.

A complete inventory will be obtainedfrom the manager, on the works, who will show in tending purchasers the entire plant, or on application to v

BICSABD3 & CARET, Auctioneers

r,S8fl^OVEM8EE. 1 'f;-.Gotri.; 'i&ws.. ,

j?: .'. Horses, Horsea. __ /'] ~W&ME8 BRAWN win sell by auction, at ]

tJ.his yards, LongToint, Greswick, the ^.'ermentjoned stock

18 cow f°otana springing'

10

~ -7 meet*

Ako,

3 firet-clBBS young sad die horses, with Mu. *

dies and bridles .

1 first-class young light harness and saddle

" mate

The present u .an opportunity tardy met

with for obtaining fiist-class dairy cattle, as ' the cows are all younj*, broken in, and in good

condition ; 7,

The above - stock would not have been brought to the hammer under any considera tion, only thai the proprietor is about to leave the district, therefore they must bedisposed of on the day of sale. .

! Sale to commence at twelve o'clock sharp.

TO BE SOLD by Public Auction, on

Saturday, 26th November, 1859, at two ?

o'clock, p.m., at the Claim, adjoining SeUects Hotel, Boninyong,

?All tiie Plant and Machinery and Interest of the Bunfnyong Telegraph Gold Mining

Company,

Farther particulars will appear in to-mor

row's issue.

By order of the Shareholders,

JAMES FORtiJlAff, Managing Director.

PROSPECTUS

. OF THE

RAGLAK WATER WORKS AND

GOLD HDV1NO COKPAVY,

FIERY CREEK.

limited Liability.

To be Registered under Act of Council.

Capital, £20,000,

In 2000 Shares of £10 each. Deposit, 10s ,

per Share.

Provisional Coiourm.

James Stewart, M.D., Chairman of the Municipal Council of Ballarat.

Henry Salmon, Chairman of the Ballarat Gas Company.

John F. S'rach.ua, J.P., Belmont, Bur

rumbeet.

Jeremiah Smith, Merchant, Raglan.

Malcolm Morison, Manager of the National

Bank of Australasia, Ballarat.

John Henderson, Miner, Raglan.

John M'Beath, Merchant, Raglan.

Joel Tompkins, Hofcelkeeper, Raglan. L. Henderson, Storekeeper, Charlton. F. Andrews, Hotelkeeper, Beaufort.

SOLICITOR.

Thomas Randall, Ballarat.

BA.HK.BRS.

Bank of Victoria.

HON BECB.ETAB.Y PRO. TEM.

Adam Johnston, Raglan.

THIS COMPANY has been formed for the

purpose of providing the Fiery Creek I

Gold Field with a permanent supply of run ning water for mining purposes, and with the object of working the large area of available

ground there in an efficient and extensive ' manner by the use of sluices and steam pud dling machines, for which ops rations the almost unlimited extent of unoccupied surface

hills and shallow gullies in the Raglan district< renders it so eminently adapted.

For the above purposes the Provisional! Committee (appointed at a pnblic meeting 1 held at Raglan, on the 9th November, 1859) have made arrangements for purchasing from the^ Yam Hill and Ballarat Co-operative Sluicing Companies their first and second rights to the waters of Fiery Creek at Mount Cole with their main tributary and branch rases, as well as their reservoir (partly con structed) capable of containing 1,250,000 gallons of water, and together also with their Mining Plant for the sum of £4000.

The Fiery Creek derives its supply from permanent springs on Mount Cole, and the first-named water right is allowed to be one of the most valuable in Victoria.

The Provisional Committee consider they , have secured these properties on highly ad- i vantagaous terms. Tbe main races alone (each about 20 miles in length) cost in their con struction £4000, but the late owners of the first named.water right (through a fault in the

levels of their race), have never been able to J realise the full advantage derivable there from, and have consequently been induced to

part with their property. .

The Ballarat Company's race however was surveyed by R. Davidson. Esq , C E., and District Mining. Surveyor of Ballarat, and is

In a position to -discharge the water at nearly j the highest point in the whole district. It is I now proposed to enlarge it to a size sufficient to convey both water rights combined, and thus to reduce the waste from evaporation and other causes, while at the same Hw»a it will allow of all the Water b.-ing made available for mining purposes throughout the district.

It is estimated that the company will be j enabled to supply from their reservoir an average of 900 gallons of water per minute for ten hours each working day throughout the year, and this water may be used several times at lower levels after leaving the first

workings.

It is proposed to wash the hills and higher grounds with sluices, using steam puddling machines in the flats an4 gullies, but as it is not intended in the fir>it instance to purchase

more than threa of such machines, there will , be a large quantity of water to be disposed of I to the miners generally.

The Provisional Committee have no desire to . make exaggerated statements, but after the most careful consideration, bated on practical tests, they are satisfied that a clear annual profit of at least 300 per cent, on the outlay will accrue to the company from their opera* tions, and, in the description of working aL luded to, the yield of gold may be calculated with much greater certainty than in deep leads or quartz reefs, to the working of which so much risk and uncertainty are attached;

It has been thought advisable to fix £20,000 as the capital of the company, so that its operations may be extended, if necessary, but the total amount required previously to commencing^ operations will not exceed £10,000. Six weeks will suffice to complete the preparations for working, so that a speedy return may be confidently expected.

One pound per share is t j be pud on allot ment, but no further call will be made at any time exceeding .£2 per share, of which one month's notice will be given.

The company will be carried on by a board of directors, to be elected as soon as two thirds of the shares are taken up, bnt no bonus in any shape will be given to or accepted by the

proprietors.

No transfers of shares will be received or recognised by the provisional committee until the deed of settlement has been signed by the

shareholders.

Applications for shares to be made to the Secretary, at the temporary offices of the Company, Raglan, where forms of application can be obtained; or to H. Salmon, Broker, or to J. Dixie, Broker, Chamber of Commerce, Ballarat ; or to W. R. Mitchell, Camp Hotel, " Ararat; or to Mitchell & Co., 76 Yarra street, Gealong; or to Clarke & Sons, Brokers, Mel

bourne.

FORM OF AFPilCATMNFOR SHAKES.

To the Provisional Committee otf the Raglan Water Works and Gold Mining Company, Fiery Creek. ? ' .j '

Gentlemen,-I request that you will allot me sharesin the "Raglan Water Works and Gold Mining Company,*' Fiery Creek, -and I herewith transmit the prelimi nary deposit of 10s per share, and agree to accept the same or any less number that may be allotted to me, and pay the calls thereon,, and sign the deed of settlement when re quired.

- Bated this day of 18

I am your obedient servant,

Name in full........................ Residence

JPfcofwiMii ©r woupoteoo

JONES & CLEMESHA,

. WHOLESALE

COFFEE AMD SPICE DEALERS,

E8PEOTFULLY call the attention of. the Trade to their stock of fin*

OLD WELL-SEA80SED COFFEES,

Selected from the very best samples In the colony, consisting of

Plantation, Pea Berry, Mocha. Manilla, and Hative Ceylon,

- Th. whole of first-rate excellence, and «ome of them cannot iy.v m equalled.

~ Coffees Packed in Tinfoil^

{A_package unrivalled for its adaptability to the preservation of Coffee)

And in Tins of every variety, . 'To meet the requirements of the trade.

BALLARAT COFFEE MART,

MAIN ROAD, NEAfi THE BRIDGE.

TIT ANTED an Active Lad as -Seco;nd v v Cook. Apply at the Victoria DiniTJ Rooms, Main Road, Ballarat. Apply early.

r ANTED, a good Female Servant.

: Apply to Mrs Etterehank, at Golden Point Slanghteryard.

TAILORS Wanted, this day. None bat

. first class hands .seed Apply. Thorn, 4

I dray & Co., tailors and outfitters.

BUTCHER Wanted. , Apply, before

_ eleven o'clock, this day, to Win. Smith,

' White Hart Hotel, Sturt street.

TO HOTELKEEPERS,-An experienced

Barman wants a situation. Unexcep

tionable references. Speaks four languages. Address " Races," office of this paper.

TO CARPENTERS.--Tenders required foe

Additions to Mr Codlin's Premises,

Start street. Plans and specifications to be seen at J. A. DOANE'S, Armstrong street. Tenders to be sent In not later than Friday

four o'clock.

TO CARTERS and others.-Wanted, Ten

ders for filling a yard. Apply to J. K.

Baird.

TENDERS Wanted for excavating and

timbering a Cellar, 50 by 20 feet, and

six feet deep. Apply to E. Scrase, Brewer,

Specimen Hill.

SLUDGE PfiEVENTION^-PerBons res

quiring earth for filling in yards, &c.,

can be supplied on application to Mr Scrase, Specimen Hill Brewery.

TV/TILKMAID'S LEAD.-Notice. -- The JLTJL shareholders in Nos. 7, 8, 9, who re gistered in the above lead in June, 1857, are requested to meet this day at four o'clock sharp, at the Unicom Hotel.

EDWARD BELL, Sec.

CORNISH QtJARTZ COMPANY.

Notice.--It is our intention to apply at

the Warden's Court, 30th of November, for permission to construct a dam and water race, situate alront 60 yards east of our present claim, Specimen Gully. All persons wishing to objeet to said application must do so at the time and place above mentioned.

JOHN BENNETTS, Secretary.

NOTICE--Eight Shares for Sale in a

Quartz Reef Claim, Frenchman's Gully,

Creswick, known as Williams and party. Trial of ten tons permitted-guaranteed to yield an ounce and a half per ton. Apply at the claim.

FOR SALE-Six Working Bullocks, first

class, and in first-rate condition, with

bows, yokes, and chains complete. Apply to

Robert Reid, near Ascot Hotel.

FOR SALE-A General Store, with stock

of goods, situate at Little Beudigo.

Apply to Thomas Patterson, storekeeper,

Little Bendigo.

For Sale Cheap.

ALIGHT AMERICAN WAGGON,

quite new. Apply to Mr CRANE,

Coach Fainter, Armttong street; or to JAMES WEEKS, Dunmow Flitch Hotel,

Plank road.

The Finest Opportunity ever yet

Offered.

FOB SALE by Private Contract.-The

DUNMOW FLITCH HOTEL and

STORE, situate on the Plank road, and in the centre of the most flourishing district in

Ballarat.

The Hotel is very commodious, and fitted up with every regard to the accommodation of visitors. It is built of the best material, and nearly new, having been built about 12

months.

Both the Hotel and Store are doing the

largest business in Ballarat East.

For further particulars apply to CROSBIE, DALE & CO, Armstrong street.

To Quartz Miners.

FOR SALE, a Quartz Crushing Plant,

just imported, with all the latest im

provements according to the drawings and specifications of William Ogden Porter, Engi neer; consisting of two stamping boxes, cams, stamp heads of the hardest white metal.

The heads have sockets for shanks, with

shrunk iron bands

Self-feeding spouts, discharge shoots, and hoops for cam shaft, wrought iron spur wheel, 6£ feet in diameter, and pinion.

Iron and brass wire gauze, of different mesheB. Flax, spnn yarn, otton waste, and

a cask of soft soap.

Now at the yard of

Messrs J. & T. ODDIE,

Dana street, Ballarat. ]\yTR HERMANN STYLES begs to in ixJL form the public of Ballarat and suburbs that he is prepared to provide String or Brass Bands for balls, private parties, pic-nics, &c., on the shortest notice and at moderate prices. Lessons given on the piano and violin, as well as in the French and German languages. Prince Albert Hotel, Melbourne Road, Bal

larat.

Bnninyong Road Board.

VTOTICE.-A Board of Appeal against the i3l Assessment in certain portions of the Buninyong Road District will be held on Sa turday, the 3rd December, 1859, at 11 o'clock

a.m., at the Crown Hotel.

The following are the portions of the dis trict alluded to :-Buninyong, Buninyong and Ballarat road, New Chum Gully, Madman's Flat, One Eye Gully, Hardie'a Hill, Canadian Hill, Sailor's Gully, Prince Regent, French man's Hill, While Horse, Mount Pleasant, Miner's Right, Yuille's paddock, Redan, Se bastopol, Terrible Gully, Cobbler's Gully, Cardigan, Cambiian Hill, Winter's Fiat, Black Lead, Magpie, Scotchman's, Clarendon, Geelong and Ballarat road, Poor Man's Gully, Hiscock's Gully, Gum Tree Gully, Suffolk Lead, Hard Hills, Lai Lai, Warrenheip, Kerrit

Bareet, Moorabool.

All parties who intend appealing against the amount at which they have been assessed, are requested to send notice in writing to the Secretary on or before Thursday the 1st De

cember instant.

Appellants must attend at the Crown Hotel on the 3rd December, at 11 o'clock, in order to support their appeals.

S, GOODF., Secretary. Road Board Office,

Buninyong. 18th November, 1859.

TO LET, those extensive Two-storied

Stores on the Melbourne Road, lately occupied by Messrs Forster, Ashton & Co. Terms very low. Apply on the premises, or to MITCHISON BROTHERS, Main Road.

HOIILOWAY'S PILLS. - Indigestion,

which is considered by physicians one

of the mo8tfdifficuIt of ail diseases to deal with, invariably succumbs to thin supreme regulator of the internal organs. The effect of tfae ^illg upon the membrane which lines the ^alimentary canal, appears to fid wonder fully soothing and healing, while at the same time they gently stimulate the stomach and the liver. _ This we suppose to oe the modus operandi in cases of dyspepsia and diarrhea; hat, -whatever the process, there can be no doubt as to the vapidity, invariaaility, and completeness of the-core. The pills have ,hegn administered in- this neighborhood in caaes ofjgeneral weakness and debility, with thehappiest result. They are a perfectly safa mcdioaefor children.

CHARLIE HAPIER THEATRE.

Proprietor Kb JOHN GIBBS.

UnflbTManagement of .Mr S. O'Brien.

THIS EVENING, THURSDAY, ME & mrai* GREVILLE

IN BOTH PISCES.

FirstNight of the

VALET BE SHAH.

Clipper, a lady's lady Mrs Greville. Wigler, a gentleman's gentleman, Mr Greville.

To conclude with (fourth time) themagnifioent

Chinese Extravaganza of

CAMAEAT.ZAWAN & BADOURA. Dnnasch, a Genii Mr GrevQle. Camaralzaman Mrs Grerille.

With new local hits.

Gorgeous new last Scene,

Pillared Columns of the Bowers of

Bliss.

In rehearsal,

Sing, Queen and Knave,

And the

Eddystone Elf.

Doors will open £* a quarter past seven. Performances commence a* eight o'clock.

Reserved Eeats 3s; side boxes, 2s 6d; pit, is.

A. A. BAKES, Acting Manager. THEATRE EOYAL,

Sole Proprietor .. Mr W. M. BBOWH.

Under the Direction of Mr Hobkins.

First Night of a new drama, entitled the

QUEEN OF SPADES,

With new scenery and dresses,,by Dion.

Bordcanlt, Esq.

THIS EVENING, THURSDAY,

Will be presented a new drama, c&Ued

THE QTTEEJT OF SPADES.

Iran Mr Hoskiiu. Katinka Nelidorff Miss Julia TTarland.

Olga Mrs H. J. Bay. To conclude with the laughable Farce of the

TWO B05NYCASTLES.

Mr Bonnycastle MrBruton.

B

Prices of Admission-Dresg circle, 5s; side boxes, 4s; stalls, 3s; pit; 2s; gallery. Is.

STAR CONCERT HALL.

GRAND Complimentary Benefit to Mr

WILLIAM MATHEB, npon the an

niversary of his second year's engagement as violinist. The proprietor has kindly offered the services of the company and concert ball

for a GRAND CONCERT AND BALL, on Friday, tbe 25th inst. Upon this occasion Mr WILSON, the celebrated Irish vocalist, to oblige his old friend, has consented to re main on Ballarat until Friday, previous to his departure for Melbourne, and will wing the "Irish Drummer" with full orchestral accom paniment. The whole of the available

vocal and instrumental, on Ballarat, have kindly offered their services. The Band will consist of 20 performers. Mr POLLARD, the Champion Dancer, will dance 60 steps in 15 minutes, a feat never before attempted in

the colony. The refreshments will be nnder the superintendence of Mr W. FLO WISES. Admission-Concert, 2s 6d; concert and hall 5s, refreshment included.

Ballarat Races.

WILLIAM MORGAN,

CARRIERS ARMS,

MINERS' REST,

EGS to intimate that he has first-rate 1 Stabling Accommodation for parties visiting the Races,

Also, Six Loose Boxes.

Total Abstinence Society.

THE REV. G MACKIE will Lecture in

the Temperance Hall, This Evening, at eighto'dock,

Subject-"Sowing Wild Oafa." Admis sion Free. ^

NGLISH LANGUAGE.-Mr POPE . will give lessons on the English Lan guage, in connection with the Mechanics^ Institute, in the Presbyterian School Room, Soldier's Hill, every Friday evening, at eight

o'clock.

This room will only be occupied until a more suitable place can be had.

WM. LITTLE, Hon. Sec.

BALLARAT TUBF CLUB.-a General

Meeting of the Turf Club will be held at

Bath's Hotel this (Thursday) evening, at eight o'clock.-ED WD. C. MOORE, Secretary.

TO RESIDENTS ON CROSS ROADS.

-A Meeting of the Residents on Cross

Roads wilL be held this evening (Thursday, 24th inst.), at eight o'clock, at the Varrowee Hotel, Main Road, when all interested are particularly requested to attend.

Mining Board Election,

TO MESSRS DIMSEY, BELL AND

OTHERS.

GENTLEMEN,-Since the period at

which in reply lo your requisition, I

gave my consent to be placed in nomination as a candidate for a seat at the Mining Board of Ballarat, events have rendered my farther stay in this district of uncertain duration : un der these circumstances I deem it inconsistent with my duty to allow my name to remain on the list of candidates, and withdraw it accord ingly. To you and other gentlemen who have tendered me support, I return my sincere thanks for the confidence you have reposed in me, and exceedingly regret that on this occa sion I cannot, with a due regard to your inte rests, avail myself of it.

I have the honor to remain

Gentlemen,

Your very obedient servant,

JONATHAN MIDDLETON. Golden Point Lead,

Ballarat, 23rd November, 1859.

'MONEY,5 'BILLS OF EXCHANGE,'

and

'MORTGAGES.'

Bills, Drafts, and Promissory "Notes

Discounted,

At moderate rates for any amounts.

Mortgages

Not yet due purchased to any amount.

Honey to Lend,

FROM "£10" to "£25,000," to be

advanced on the security of Town Pro

perty or improved Country Lands. "Rnma" of "£500" rod tinder on the deposit of

Deeds.

" 5000 AoreS" of Land, suitable for agricultural or grassing purposes, situate within five miles of the Township of Balla rat, to Let or Sell, in lots from 60 to 160 acre paddocks or more.'

Terms from one to ten yean for payment.

Private residences or places of business to let or for eale on Ballarat West or East.

Apply to

? HY. SALMON,

Bill «nd Estate Broken

Chamber of Commerce, Ballarat.

t NVB.-No advances made on persons! rft ' possibility mtbout collateral wc*rity.

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