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'1R REMAINDER OF INTELLIGENCE

SEE FOURTH PAGE.

AUCTION SALES.

THIS DAY.

jus. DYTE-On the premises, next the

Little Engine Party, at twelve o'clock, ironmongery, &c., saved from the late

lire.

Vi.EA. KELLY-At Bath's Yards, at one

o'clock, forty head of cattle.

V. \V. Ajjslow-At the Central Sale Yards,

at one o'clock, twenty-five horses.

& T. ODDEE-At Turpin's, Alain Road, at one o'clock, household furniture.

Utttocrttgcmciitg.

THUliSDAY, 22xd DECEMBER.

Positive Sale,

Hy Order of the Mortgagee.

J S. CARVER has received instructions ' . to sell by auction, on the premises, >.uu Road, on Thursday next, 22nd Decem tr, :it 'welve o'clock,

All that allotment. No. 34 sec. H, together I:II shop erected thereon, and lately in the citation of Mr John Nemecek, jeweller.

Previous to the firo that lately occurred on the bur. premises, which partially damaged the ""'P, the property had been considerably im rjrod by raising the yard and building. It

4 first class site for business, being near the tntcd States Hotel, and the premises could ? : est<Ted for a trifling suui of money.

Title-Crown grant. No reserve.

WEDNESDAY, 28th DECEMBER.

Important Unreserved Sale.

Valuable Freehold Property

situated in

Lydiard and Armstrong streets.

rS CARVER has been instructed by

. Thos Curie, Esq., to sell by auction,

:l ihe premises, on Wednesday, 28ih Dc

"uiliei', at twelve o'clock, without the '?'glitest reserve.

All that valuable Government Allotment 6

.v-cii"ii 1, Ballarat, together with all the 1 'iiMings erected thereon, consisting of

Mr M'Dermott's Offices and Premises

adjoining',

Mr Slater's Stores,

Mr Bowes* Livery Stables,

Mr Morgan's extensive Coach

Factory,

Messrs Cobb & Co.'s Stables,

&c. &c.

The whole let at a yearly income of £600.

The above ie a Government half-acre lot, having a frontage to the two principal streets '?a the town, immediately adjoining Bath's Hotel, and unquestionably the best position in B&U&rat.

The Auctioneer would simply add thai his instructions are to sell without the slightest

ffcserve.

Terms one-third cash, remainder at three, six, and nine months.

FARM FOR SALE, Allotment 1, Section

2, Cardigan, containing 100 acres Grown

Put. Apply to JOSN 6i CARY£J£>

J' ...'

m ' the proprietorto hy SnctJimf-at^

the Port Philip Hotel, Ballarat, on Saturdays 24th.Detfmli0v iiaiwvSVUBkiM'!:::t^i.h=y- .;.?

Allotmentl^^twtisnjJi Parish rf Gardi

? gan, eattfiuBgP-*h'~*=.'.. ?«. F-' ;7*irv

100 Acresof ExcellentBoil. > Terms half cadi, liatf Ihreeroonth*.;'.

The above will be sold without the eligh test reserve. 'V "r:

Title Grown Grant. J .

THIS DAY, , At one o'clock,

&t the Central Sale Yards, Armstrong street.'

Horses! lonses!!

WW. ANSLOW is favored with instruc

« lions from - Reed, Esq-, .to '

to public competition, on Saturday, 17th inst-, at one o'clock,

25 Head Broken and Unbroken

Horses,

In good condition, suitable for light harness and saddle purposes, and well adapted for the present requirements.

Not the slightest reserve.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 20th and

21st DECEMBER.

GREAT CLEARHTO OUT SALE.

DISSOLUTION OP. PARTNERSHIP.

To Wine and and Spirit Merchants, Grocers, Storekeepers, and Others.

S LAZARTJS & GO. will sell by auction,

. nt their roome, Main road, on Tues

day and Wednesday, 20th and 21st Decem ber. at twelve o'clock sharp, in consequence of a dissolution of partnership,

The whole of their extensive and well as sorted assorted stock, j udiciously selected from the home and other markets, expressly for the colony, consisting of

8 quarter casks port 1 do Otard'e brandy 1 do W. I, rum

100 esses brandy (Jales Robinson) Mantez

20 do claret

10 do Byass' ale, each 4 dozen 8 do do porter, do

100 boxts muscatel raisins, ench 25 lb.

75 do do di do 14 lb.

2 tierces shell almonds, each 4cwt, 4 casks walnuts, each I cwt.

4 do Brazil nuts 8 do Barcelona's

40 boxes Neva candles 25 firkins D.R. butter

25 cases ling and cod fish

10 cases herrings (each 18 tins) 100 bushels maize

40 cases pipes (each 3 gross)

1 bale wrapping paper

15 cases Simmons' picks (each 2 doz)

5 cas»6 Califorr.ian pick handles (eich

10 doz)

20 boxes tacks (each 100 papers, 4 to 14

ounce)

10 boxes tacks (each 300 papers, 6 to 16

ounce)

10 dozen L. H. shovels

10 kegs Ewbank's patent nails

100 dozen table knives and forks

2 bales gunny bags 3 trunks bluchcrs 1 do Balmorals

1 do shoes, 2 x 5, 10 x 13 3000 yards grey calico

2 casks tumblers 1 do decanters

1009 pieces paperhangings (flock and gold)

12 cases window gl«ss, 52, 53, 54 x 36 100 lever aud gothic clocks

A large assortment of fancy goods.

Also,

A quantity of haoiE, bacon, cheese, &c.

Terms at sale.

The auctioneer begs to call the attention of the public to the above bona fide s>tle, the whole of the goods being f_r positive sale.

NOTICE.- \11 accounts against the firm of S. Lazarus & Co, to be sent in for liquida tion, and all pi rsons indebted to them are requested toseiUe their accounts on or before 3lst December.

SATURDAY, 17ih DECEMBER.

Salvage from late Fire.

CHAS. DYTE will se'I by public auction,

on the premises of Mr King, next to the

Little Engine Party, on Saturday, 17(h De cember, at twelve o'clock sharp,

The whole of" his salvage stock, consisting

of, ironmongery, picks, shovels, irons, &c

Wi'hout reserve.

CHAS. DYTE, Auctioneer. Saturday, 17th December.

TUESDAY, 20th DECEMBER.

Freehol4 Property, Maiu road,

OPPOSITE

THE YAUROWEE HOTEL.

CHAS DYTE will eell by public auction,

at Ills rooms, Main road, on Tuesday,

20<h December, at twelve o'clock sharp,

The Freehold Premises, consisting of a very

superior showy shop, with plate glass front, sitting room, bed room, kitchen, &c, described as allot. 7, block K, at present in the occupation of Mr Jewell, situated opposite

The Yarrowee Hotel,

And certainly one of the best sites on Ballarat.

The above property will be s.il j without the slightest reserve.

CHAS. DYTE, Auctioneer, Main road.

TUESDAY. 20th DECEMBER.

Cottage, and Garden well stocked

with Plants and Fruit Trees

CHAS. DYTE will sell by public auction,

lit his rooms, Ma in fload, ou Tuesday,

20tli December, at twelve o'clock sharp,

That very superior, ueat, and well-built

Cottage, known as

The Pantheon Cottage,

Situate on the Plank Road.

The above Cottage has been built regardless of cost, consisting of four very superior rooms -well slocked Gardeu - the whole being fenced in, and is well adapted for a private residence, being healthily situated, and bat a

short distance from town.

For cards to view apply ou the premises, or to CHAS. DYTE, Auctioneer.

The Best Site on Ballarat.

Licensed Public House doing a First-rate

Trade.

ALL NATIONS' HOTEL,

MAIN ROAD.

CHARLES DYTE has received instruc

tions from Mr Maxant to sell by private

contract,

That very valuable freehold allotmeut, described as allot 16, block Df having a frontage of 16 feet to the Main Road, by a depth of 99 feet, and a guaranteed extension of 166 feet, on which is erected,

That very substantial superior two-storied public houBe known as

The All Nations' Hotel,

Containing superior fitted bar, 15 feet x 14 large dining-room, store-room,, sitting and bed-room, kitchen, with very superior fixed cooking and heating stove, 2 servants' bed rooms, outhouses, stabling, fowl-houses, &c., and on the second story 7 very superior doable and single bedded rooms.

The house is very neatly furnished, and is doing an extensive trade, has been recently decorated, is divided by the creek from the adjoining house, is insured for an unexpired term of eleven months, and is only parted with for reasons which will be explained : the position is second to none in Ballarat.

Further particulars may be obtained on the premises; or of

MB CHARLES BYTE,

Auctioneer, Main Road. Ttrsuh-Euj.

f oiimeo'flstores : *" ; \ torn, ;(mw, lasers

-Spirit casks

i » nr ."...>'-'j ."' ..." "

irons ofrtSS^ purcjiase,«oiitfilbe i>e|rt desn^on:. '

Saleatj&even^harp.

3^B^?.0pii(ji;":' ~-.;;ju.

FRIDAY, 23rd DECEMBER r To Storekeepers atfteown's:

In the iMolren^'&tate of A. S. CAsb.

MrrcmsbN BEOTHjBBSr^ia *en>y*

atiction on ttis above-named day.at:

Brown's Diggings,

The superior and weUrbuil.t Store, ocaipj- , ingoneof the best frontages at these Diggings, j

and known a®

Cohen's Bee-hive Store. Also the Stock, consisting of

Groceries, Wines, Beers, Spirits, &«-, &c.

Together with a strong American Waggon Staundh y oungHorse and Harness

Sale on the premises, atiBrown's, at 12 ohatp. -

Terms-Gash. :

WEDNESDAY, 28th DECEMBER.

One of the most Desirable, Valuable, and Im

proving 1 Properties in the Town of Ballarat. To Publicans, Capitalists, and Others.

In the Insolvent Estate of ROBERT

HOLMES.

MITCHISON BROTHERS will sell by ]

public auction, on the above-named j

day, at the Bed Lion Hotel, corner of Drum mond and Webster street^ Ballarat,

The following choice parcels of land:

LOT 3 (on Plan of Subdivision).

All that piece or parcel of land bang por

tion of allot. 35, township Ballarat, having a i frontage to Drummond street of 79 feet by a ] depth of 250, with batcher's shop and build- j ings erected thereon.

LOT 4.

All that piece or parcel of Land being por- j tion of allot 35. township Ballarat, having a frontage of 68 feet to Drummond street by a depth of 250 feet to Webster street (a corner

block), on which is erected that well known j property the Red Lion Hotel. The house is

most substantially built of blue stone and j brick, and contains spacious bar, parlors, concert room, bedrooms, detached kitchen, stables, and outhouses, and has always com. manded a large trade.

LOT 5.

All that piece or parcel of Land, adjoining the above, being portion.of allot. 35 as above, and having a frontage of 80 feet to Webster street by a depth of 117 feet (a most eligible site for a residence).

LOT 6.

All that piece or parcel of Load, being por

tion of allot. 23, township of Ballarat, having i a frontage of G1 feet to Webster street by a depth of 132 feet to Drnmmond street, a corner

lot, with right-of-way at rear of 40 feet-a j

most desirable bnilding allotment.

LOT 7.

All that piece or pared of Land, as above, having a frontage of 61 feet to Webster street by a depth of 132 feet, with right-of-way 40 feet wide at rear, and adjoining Lot 6.

Any comment from the Auctioneers as to

the desirability of the above named properties j

would be superfluous, their business situation and improving value is so well known.

Plans may be seen at the rooms of the ] Auctioneers, who will be happy to show the ; Land and Buildings to intending purchasers.

Title perfect.

Terms, liberal, declared at sale, which will commence at twelve sharp, on Wednesday, 28th December, on the ground.

MONDAY, 19th DECEMBER,

At Eleven o'clock.

Sale of the Entire Cargo of the Fruit Clipper

Brig Ziska, from Malaga, expressly intended

for the Christmas Trade.

Wines.

23 Hhds and 200 Quarter-Casks Fine Golden i

Sherry.

34 Quarter-casks and 28 Octaves Fine Old i

Amontillado. I 5 Pipes 15 Hhds. JO Quarter-casks Port !

Wine. | 30 Casts Oid Muscat Mountain Wine, For j

Presents.

Fruits, &c. {

1,122 Packages Assorted Almonds. j

655 Barrels Pudding Raisins.

9,867 Packages Assorted Muscatel Do.

298 Kegs Olives. j 50 Quarter-casks Olive Oil, &c- j

i

To Merchants, Up-Country Storekeepers, 1

Wine and Spirit Merchants, Grocers, end !

Others. i

WEASET & CO. have received instruc

a tions from the importers, Messrs E.

F. Sichel & Co., to sell by auction, at their rooms, Collins street, on Monday, 19 th De cenber, at eleven o'clock,

The entire cargo of the Ziska, from Malaga, consisting of

WINES. Sherries,

S in diamond

25 hhds fine golden sherry 100 quarter casks do do

100 do fine sherry, from the celebrated house

of Lucave Yechecopar, of Cadiz

34 do finest dry old pale Burdon's Amon

tillado do

28 octaves do

Ports. 6 pipes port wine 3 hhds do

30 qua.-ter-casks do

12 hhds and 40 quarter-casks fino old port,

from the celebrated hoase of Lucave Yechecopar, of Cadiz

20 cases, each 2 dozen, fine old Muscatel

mountain wine, for Christmas presents 10 do, each I dozen, do do.

FRUITS, &c.

470 barrels small muscatel pudding raisins 185 do extra fine small sua muscatel pudding

raisins

1,700 boxes layer muscatels 2,399 half-boxes do

4,000 quarter-boxes do

1,728 eighth-boxes bunch layer do 30 cases cartoon raisins 10 do half-cartoon do

30 barrels French Boft-shell almonds 372 frails dodo

100 do hard-shell do 120 boxes Valencia do

500 half-boxes Jordan do 29S kege olives

50 quarter-casks olive oil, &c.

The character of the cargo of fruit per Ziska which she brought here last year, is so veil established as being the best ever brought to this market, that it requires no further observation beyond that her fruit this season is exactly of the same good quality and descrip tion, ami selected with equal care and judg ment by the shipper as on her last voyage. The assortment is similar |n almost every respect to her first cargo, excepting the addition of some rare old Amontillado and sweet mnnnbnn wines, which have been especially selected for their peculiar choiceneas and age.

Purchasers are informed the gopSi will

.jell lie lacked and sorted prior to the day of 'tele, so that no delay in immediate delivery

will occur. ' ,

Samples from bulk will be on Tiew at the rooms before sale, and intending purchasers areaolioitedtoinmeottheGamer

Terms, Xoberal.

1 Wasteland . .

? 6 Chairs, Inlaid waHnrit, Morooca Beats

1 arm do ''' '* '

1 English jnahogany Sideboard, very large ? 3 square deal Tables

1 larije dimngido.eedar

2 cedar wmdgjrPblM^tipgs^and fittipga

2 cans bottomed Chairs i Fender and Firdrons I copying Press

Hatbaseees&dFiilows

1 patent Celt Carpet 1 cooking Stove

2 g^lramzed iron Tanks, 200 gallons each Set ^dedTck Service

^Crockery, Glass, Wtchm ntensilB.

Theabovemaybeaeenat anytime preriotu

totheeale.

Terms Cash.:

THURSDAY, 22nd DECEMBER.

Unreserved Sale of

Cottage and Landed Property.

At'Buninyong.

J & T. ODDIE hare received instructions

. from the Mortgagees, to sell by auc

tion, at Businyong, on Thursday, 22nd December, at twelve o'clock at noon,

The following Properties,

LOT 1.

AU that piece or parcel of Land, being allotment No. 10 sec. 17, Buninyong, contain ing a quarter of anacre. Together with a neat and comfortable cottage, containing three rooms and a kitchen, securely fenced, and the land laid out in a garden, and let at a rental of £20 per annum.

I>0* 2. ? '

All those several allotments, being lots 7, 8,9, 17, IS, 19 of section 29, and also lots 11 and 12 of section 28, containing in aU two acres. Let at a rental of £20 per annum, for a period of five years from 1st April, 1857,

end is in an excellent etate of cultivation &s a market garden.

Farther particulars upon application to the auctioneers.

TO HDVUrO CAPITALISTS AHD

COMPANIES

Of Victoria, New South Wales, Sooth Aus

tralia, Europe, and America. ^

FOB. SALE,

ONE of the most PROLIFIC GOLD

FIELDS «f VICTORIA,

Situated at Carngham, twenty-one miles from

Bailarat, and consisting of

Eight Hundred Acres of Bieb Auri

ferous Land,

Intersected by deep leads and quarts reefs.

J& T. ODDIE have received instructions

. to sell by private treaty,

Eight Hundred Acres of Auriferous

Land

At Carngham, bang portion of that celebrated bill so well known to fame as PRESTON'S HILL, from the lead of which fabulous

amounts of the precious metal bare been, and ; are still being, extracted. The continua tion of this lead is being traced through the

Eroperty in question, and vigorously worked

y a number of mining companies, under the

supervision of a mining capitalist who baa leased 300 acres of the land, upon most ad. vantageous terms for the proprietor, and the other five hundred acres are known to be au riferous and available for either quartz or al

luvial mining, and possess the advantage s j of wood and water storage. The property j will be sold subject to the lease, and presents to men of capital and protracted gold mining knowledge and experience an investment as rare as the prospect is extraordinary.

A plan of the land may be inspected, and particulars obtained, by application to

J. & T. ODDIE,

Ballarat or Chspstowe. AGOLDEff OPPORTmriTY

OF CONSIDERABLE MAGNITUDE,

AT Loraws Dioenres,

At once available and most promising in its

Auriferous results, comprising

Half-a-miie of the Standard and

Black Leads' Gutters.

J& T. ODDIE have for private sale all

. that auriferous estate known as

Linton Park,

Situated at Linton's Diggings, and consists of

Three hundred and fifty acres

Of good land, securely fenced, and under cul tivation, to the boundary of which the two prolific leads of the

Linton's Gold Fields

have been traced, and their junction deter mined as occurring at or near their entrance into the estate. Numerous application* a" being made daily by Mining Companies to lease the property, which is a projecting noo^ of a basaltic plateau environed by schistose and quartz ranges. It is confidently believed that the lead runs through (he entire length

of the land.

Terms, piice, and otherparticulars obtained by application to

J, & T. ODDIE, Dana street, Ballarat.

To Quarts Miners.

FOR SAUB, a Qum Crushing Plant,

just imported, with all the latest im

provements aooordin£ 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

shrank iron bands

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

Iron and brass wire gauze, of different meshes. Flax, spun yarn, cotton waste, and a cask of soft soap.

Now at the yard of

Messrs J. & T. ODDIE,

Dana street, Ballarat. FRIDAY, 28rd DECEMBER.

Sale by Auction of

Hones. Com, HBifierg, Steers, Pigs,

Spring Cart and Harness,

Gig and Harness,

. & vnmADr lo <^|l< ?at Bafh'fi H<fiS%aleTui38,:OD

[_ 20 head of hones ".

.Oonauting ofbtokfcn and unbroken - stock, direct from a Btationon jte WJtnmbra, tutd suited for light harness, oonching, and " (poipom. iWtee::.a:*?,??? ? : *r<*y ; ^jyojtewrfB.

v...,-,.,;;X^^iE.. ?

. AtTwilTe O'clock.

GREAT AND UNRESERVED SALE

or

Working Bollocks, Dairy ?attie,and

Hones* ;' v . Aiihefieoiga Yards.,

07FABEBLL, SON & HOWELL have

been favored with instructions from .Jno. M'Inues, Iteq., to sell by auction, at the George Yards, next Saturday, 17th inst., at twelve o'olock,

30 milch cows and heifera-eome of the cava have young calves at foot

10 steers, milkers'1 calyes .

1 teafa of first class working bollocks

The above cattle are now on the road to

this market, they are in good condition, and Tery quiet.

By Donald U'Senae, Esq.

1 team of six excellent working bullocks, with dray, bows, yokes, and chains.

By the-proprietor..

- 20 unbroken colts and fillies adapted .for -whims and paddling machines, light harness, and saddle.

To Mining Companies, Mining

Speculators, and Others.

Lease of 72 Aeres of Auriferous Land

for Sale.

JAMES BA.KKR has received instructions

from the lessees to sell by private sale,

A. five years' Lease of about 72 acres of Auriferous Land, known as

John's Paddock, Caragham

The lease wQl be sold in one or more lots,

as may be agreed upon.

The above Is a truly valuable opportunity

for investment, inasmuch as the celebrated i "RRBSTOM'S LEAD" and the "Doctor's Lead," are running towards the paddock. The former has been traced by the Thistle Company very near the . oondary; whilst the conformation of the adjoining and surround ing lands rendere almost certain that these two leads will pass direct through the paddock, and will in all probability form a junction therein; and the shallow portion of the paddock has been proved to contain surfacing which will pay admirably to work.

For full particulars and a plan of the

grtrond apply to

JAMES BAKER.

Auctioneer, Mining and Land Agent,

Chomber of Commerce, Stur street, Ballarat, To Killing Companies, Mining

Speculators, and Others

SPLEHDID QUARTZ TtTOP

FOR SALE.

JAU£S BAJSJSR has received instructions

from the present holder to sell by pri

vate « alp,

All that splendid Quartz Claim, situate between Snake Valley and Carngham, the

I property of the i | Carngham Quartz Mining Company,

The claim is 900 x GOO feet in extent, and contains Three Quart* Lodes, two of which arc opened, and " proved to be exceedingly valuable-one of them averaging six feet, and the other two feet in width; ant, from craeh ings of the Port PbQlip Company, Cinnes,

have

Yielded X oz. 13 dwt per ton.

There are four shafts sunk on the reefe, and the miues are opened, ready for efficient work. The claim is admirably situated for the erection of machinery, there being an abundant supply of water adjoining it, and plenty of timber for firewood and other pur

poses.

Parties in search of a really good reef would do well to embrace this opportunity.

About 500 tons of quartz are already raised on the claim, and will be sold with it.

Intending purchasers can obtain an order to examine the mine, and all particulars from

JAMES BASER.

Auctioneer and Mining Agent,

Chamber of Commerce, Sturt street, Ballarat.

To Mining Capitalists, Mining

Companies, and Others.

QUARTZ REEF 30 FEET WIDE

FOR SALE.

JAMES BAKER is instructed to Sell by

Private Sale, the whole of the Claim,

Plant and effects of Messrs Clegg and partv,

comprising

Whim, ropes, buckets, stable, mining im plements of every description, as they now stand on the claitn, and all that superior claim held by the above party under Bylaw No X. of this mining district, and comprising an area of about THIRTY ACRES, situate on the Redan Lead, and embracing in addition to the alluvial auriferous deposits, 2500 FEET OP A QUARTZ REEF, supposed to be a continuation of the Township Quartz

Reef.

J. B. would call the special attention of capitalists to this property, as it offers an opportunity for investment seldom to be met

with.

THE BEEP IS THIRTY FEET WIDE.

Three large and well-timbered shafts are sunk to a depth of about 200 feet each, and drives opened to the quartz lode, which ie close to two of the shafts. The claim ie admirably situate for water, the Yarxowee Creek running through its centre, and the whole plant is in good working order.

The property will be sold cheap, as some oi the company are about to return to Europe.

JAMES BAKER,

Auctioneer and Mining Agent,

Chamber of Commerce, Ballarat.

NOTICE.-The Undersigned having given

np business on Ballarat, all partici

indebted to them are requested to pay theii accounts forthwith to Mr V. Harcourt, whoa receipt will be a sufficient discharge. An] claims upon them are requested to be sent ii

at once.

MITCHELL & BON3TEAU, Ballarat.

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, BALLABAT,

-To CUCH BOUDEBS. - Tenden required for furnishing a Hose Carriage for the fi&llarct West Fire- Brigade. Tenderers an requested to give a concise description of tin carnage they propose to supply, stating the number and coze of the whfeels, quality o material to be tised, and the style of finish Tenders to be sent in on ori>efore 2 o'cloel p.m., on Wednesday next, the,21st inst. addressed to the Chairman, and endorsei " Tender for Hose Carriage," By order.

. JOSEPH COMB, Town Clerk.

LOST, on the 13th instant, on - the Range

' near Golden Point, a Letter addresse<

to John Brebner, Geelong, containing

cheque for £6014s onth? Colonial Bank< Australasia, Ballarat, drawn in his favor b Walsh"Jk BloomfieLd. Whoever will retur

aame to WaKh -ft BloomBeld, Baker] CkWen Point, will be rewarded.

ofGrefc-wtis '«£»? tweqyalleft.

»>i ? "£> ..;. . - i-'i.^j: -v, m '. .- aiviSl'f.ikaM ~Ji i»ir«- ?? i'i r. a-" . *- . .- ?. * .?. --

I I VSti.,rr ,v&.

to^pjnwmtam of Coffee) ,?

To meet

BALIABAT<30FF^ MAET, ......

MiUNRO AD, NBJ&^riDi BRIDGE. |

>.- ., t <;« *». \i -finur* ivi -®.

.pz^yr^.':

OROtKKS,

ANDspmix

STURT STREET.

CHOICEST TEAS,

COFFEES, SUGARS,

Wilis,

SPIBITS,

ALES A5D PORTER,

ALWAYS ON HAND, AND DELIVERED FEEETO ALL PARTS OF BALLARAT.

WANTED a middle aged Man, having

..been accustomed to the djapery busi

ness preferred. Apply tea a.m,, Hall of Com merce. Township.

WANTED,good Cook for Gordon's. Apply

Bath's Hotel, early.

WANTED a competent Engineer and a

Millwright. Apply to Jennet & Dnvev,

Armstrong street.

WANTED, a Blacksmith, for general

country work; he const be a good

shoer, and a man of steady habits, that can manage tbe business if required, or have an interest in the mme. Inquire of James M'Grath, Buninyong.

'ANTED, a WJieelwright. None but a

first class man need apply. Apply to ! Jamieson, Kingston, near Ccaswiiw.

WANTED to purchase a secondhand ]

Spring Cart. Apply between 9 and 11

a.m. to Mr Jackson, smith, Bridge, Main

Boad.

WANTED everybody to know, Uc

Dp -Lissa win remain one week longer

for " Goring" Corns without pain.

WANTED.-Mr De Iassa will Operate

on Ladies and Gentlemen by appoint

ment. Harris's Hotel, Main road, BaUaret.

TO THE INHABITANTS OF CLUNES

and lite neighborhood-Mrs Enticknab,

North Clones, informs the residents and the public that she takes in Mangling, at (Id per dozen, collected and delivered.

TO CARPENTERS and Joiners-Tenders

required--labor only-for the Erecting

and Fitting Baptist Chapel. Drawings and specification may be seen until Tuesday after noon. 20th infit., at the office of H. B. Caselli, Architect, Webster street.

TENDERS wanted for Enclosing a Rood of

Groond with it two rail fence and paling.

Material and labor. Tenders to be sent to C office of this paper.

fl^ENDE&S are invited from Masons, Brick

JL layers, and Carpenters, for the erection of new offices for the Star newspaper, in Start street For particulars apply to T. B, Came tod, Architect, Chamber of Commerce.

BALLARAT WEST FIRE BRIGADE.

-Volnnieecs desirous of joining the

Brigade are requested to send name and ad

drfifiS to

WILLIAM COOPER, Hon. Sec. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

JUST ARRIVED, at MISS KITCHEN'S

Fancy Toy Warehouse, opposite British

Mart, Main Road, a large and varied assort ment of Ladies' Companions, Workbores, Ac., with variolic, other articles, too numerous to particular!*!;, suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents. Mis* K., grateful for past favors, respectfully invites the attention of her friends and the public to her present well selected slock of Top and Small-wares, which, being of a superior manufacture, cannot fail to give general satisfaction. Tbe stock, having been purchased for cash, will be sold at the lowest remunerative prices.

Hiss Kitchen's Fancy Repository,

(Opposite British Mart), Main road, Ball&rat.

To All Those Beqoiring Life-like

Portraits,

FOR SENDING IN LETTERS, &C.

AY. SMITH'S Original Photographic

. Rooms, established 1855, opposite the

Bed Hill Hotel, Main Boad, Ballarat.

Portraits taken at these old established

rooms in a style that alwayB gives the greatest satisfaction, from 5s.

N.B.-The Art Taught on the most reason able terms. Chemicals and all other Photo

graphic Goods supplied.

A WRESTLING HATCH

WILL take place at the HOBSE AND

JOCKEY HOTEL, . Sebastopol

Road, on the 24th and 26th instant, to commence at eleven o'clock each day, in the Cornish and Deron style, for the andennen* tioned prizes, viz.:

1st Prize £6 0 0 2nd Do...... 3 0 0 3rd Do., 1 10 0

The first two' standards to receive 6s each. N.B.-Any person that has won a first prize will Qot be allowed to wrestle in the ring.

Other sports will hie going on at the same time. HENRY HODGE,

'MONEY,' 'BILLS OF EXCHANGE,'

'MORTGAGES.'

; Bills, Drafts, and Promissory Notes

Discounted,

At moderate rates for any amounts.

Mortgages

Not yet due purchased to any amount.

Money to Lend,

FROM " £io " to u £25,000/' to be

advanced on the security of Town Pro

perty or-improved Country Lands. "Bnm«" of " £500" and under on the deposit of

Deeds.

"5000 Acres". of Lad, suitable for agricoltnxal or grazing purposes, situate within five miles .of the Township of Ma rat, to Let or Sell, in lots from 50 to 150 acre

paddocks or more.

Terms from one to tea years for payment.

Private residences or places of bonnes to let or for eala on Ball&rat West or East.

Apply to

HY. SALMON,

Bill and Estate Broker,

Chamber of Commeroe,Ballarat.

N.B.-No advances made on personal re sponsibility without collateral security. '

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS and OINTMENT

are twin curatives, derived from one

region, theveg* table productions of the soil. They act in, ninson on the system, the one internally upon the secretions of Hie body, and the otiwr externally through the counties^ orifices of the skin, cleansing the vital orga nisation of the system, and thus healing old ulcers, bad breasts, and sore legs of the most

inveterate kind.

CHAKT.TR HAPIBR THEATRE.

Proprietor Ub JOEK Gout. Stage Manager .. Mr S. O'Bbxbw.

Last Night of '?

HISS AVON! A JO HE 8,

Assisted by the talented mrtiit,

MB A. FIT2GEBAI.1). .

THIS EVENING, SATURDAY,

The performance* trfll commence mlk

THE JEWESS.

Bachel - ..Hiss Avonia Jones, Leopold ...^ A; Fitzgerald.

Meazar Mr Stuart O'Brien.

To conclude with the highly laughable Farce

of thte

LHEEBICK EOT!

Paddy Miles Mr A. Fitzgerald*

Dress drel% 4s; boxes, 3s; Btalls, 2a ; pit, OneShilling.

THEATRE ROYAL.

Sole Proprietor and Manager-Mr. W. M.

Beoto. .

Under the direction of Mr Hosktks.

EXTBA_MGHT.

MONDAY, 19th DECEMBER,

for the beoejit of

HE. W ? H. B R 0 fl.

The new Serio-Comic Drama of the

PORTER'S ENOT.

Samson Barr . ...Mr W.M. Brown An Interlude, in which Mr Hoeldns will

. \ appear.

To conclude with the new burlesque £xtwa

gioaof -

THE BABES IS THE W0OD.

Tommy, (hu first appearanoe) Mr B. B. Dale.

Ticketsatthe ronal places.

STAR HOTEL.

LOOK HERE.

THE HONSTER ALLIGATORS

FROM Port Curtis will "arrive and be on

view on Wednesday, 2lst December,

and following days. .

These TEBBIBLE MONSTERS, the LARGEST ever captured in the WOULD bj Mr Craig, after seventeen months inces sant toil day and night in the tropical region* of Fort Curtis, mast be Been to be believed.

Patronised fire times by the Governor Sir Henry Baddy, the members of both Boat* of Parliament, and pronounced by »U to be the greatest terrors of lite WORLD over captured.

Mr Craig will explain liow he captured than, their m nuiera, habits, ftc. Open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. , '

GALEDONIAN SOCIETY of Ballaat.

The next Grand Gathering of this

Society will take place 2nd and 3rd January, I860, at the Copenhagen Grounds. For Com petition Prise list eee future advertisements.

JOHN G. SKINNER, Hop. Sec. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF

BALLARAT.

GRAND GATHERING

at THE

COPENHAGEN GROUNDS,

STURT STREET, BALLARAT.

(Bear of the Tannery Hotel.) -

On MONDAY and TUESDAY,

2ND AND 3bd JANUARY, NEXT.

Patronised by

His Excellency Sir HENRY BASELY,

K.C.B.

HPHE COMPETITION will commence JL each day at eleven o'clock a.m. Ad mission to the Grounds Is; and tickets of admission to Grounds and Grand Stand 6B.

Competitors for each Prize will pay an entry of 5s.

Competitors for Dancing and Pipe Made to compete in Highland costume.

Programme of Games and last of

Prizes

MOKDAT, Sad JANUARY.

1st 2nd

prize prise No. £ t* £ s

1 Beat Dressed Highlander,

ornaments not considered -Prize, a Dirk sod Skene-Dhu .

2 Throwing heavy hammer 6 6 .. 8 3 3 Pibtochi, Silver Medal

and £5 5a

4 Running High Leap.... 6 8 ..3 3 6 Throwing light Stone ., 6. 8 .. .3 3 6 Foot Race, 300 yards.... 6 6 .. 3 3 7 TosBing the Caber...... .6 6..3 3 8 Gillie Galium, Silver

Medal and £6 5B

9 Standing High Lctp.... 6 . 6 ... 3 3 10 Tilting, 1st prise, Gold

Medid, 2nd prize, Silver

Medal.

TUESDAY, 3bd Jahuabt.

11 ThrowinglightHammer 6 6 .. 3 3 12 Best . Dressed Highland

Boy, ornaments not con - sidered, Dirk and Skene

Dhu

13 Vaulting with Pole, Silver

Hedal«nd£3 3s

14 Highland Fling, a hand

? «ome pair of Brogues^ind

£2 2s . . . Idfiroadsword Exorcise,

GoJdmednl ...

16 fiunnjng Hop, Step jand ;« .

Leap ......... 6 < 1 3

19 Throwing Heatj Stone.. 6 6 . . S S SQ Hjixdle B»«

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