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MAIN ROAD, £ALLABAT.

rutPHiETs, CAT-ixoocm, 2^iXiko BOT.K8,

FiEGUiATiaSB, pBOSFXOTUSBB, fee."

Posting Bills : .-:?

jrty size, on Colored fttptt*, «ri w Color**

JWte<!{> ? . ?

Reward,Lort^FoimdBills.;

fftndiffls for Brajwrt, Tffi rtwi, StorefcwpfTf,

. . '#ity#£,v- . * '??

j.npRBss Cabdb, Cmctf£tR^, rBux Heads,

RECEIPT and DmjteEt BOOKS, .

And every other lteacritttion 'of

fotnited with Accuracy And J)etpaleh,and

on the most JjttuwiiaMi Terrnx. " RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.

"STAB" (dautibsits).

Pillared on Ballarat,:.. SOe Od per quarter gr post 26s 63 ,,

"Mutbb abd WbesitStab.

Delirered on Ballarat,... l0j>"6d pefqnarter. By post 11B 6d ' " '

S1

J TEAM - MELBOURNE

TOGEELONG.

S. 8. Express, 8. 8- Keera.

S. s. Maidof the Yarra. 8. B. William TffisTrin

The owners beg leave to notify that they i sve steamers always alongside the Queen's Wharf to receive «argo; and that one of :h>-m will be despatched daily forGeelong, at <r ro. sharp. All goods sent for shipment r.ji'ore that hour, will be forwarded the same iav, and delivered in Geelong" £b.e following

acrning.

A steamer will return daily from Geelbng .:) Melbourne, leaving the Moorabool Wharf, Geelong, at noon.

For freight or other information, apply to itc undersigned

WM. HOWAED SMITH; or

JAMES TCTRPIN,

Agents, 87 Flinders-street west, "tfelbonrne;

or to J. & D. PARKER & CO,

Agents, Geelong.

Blackwall Line of Packets.

FOR LONDON Direct,

to saQ on the 21st December, the favorite clipper ship,

WELLESLEY,

l?oo tons, A1 at Lloyd's, J. Smith, cotn oarder, belonging to Messrs Green.

Passage Money, £14 and upwards.

Passengers will embark on 2ist December. For plans of cabins, dietary scales, &c., .rply personally or by letter to

W. P. WHITE & CO.,

10 Elizabeth street, Melbourne.

On application at the Head Office, orders niy be obtained for passages from the United Kingdom.

MESSRS MONEY,

WIGRAM & SONS' (of Blackwall, ' London) Line of Packets. For London Direct, to Sail on Saturday, 7th J/r.aarv, the celebrated clipper ship

SUFFOLK,

;:00 tans, AI at Lloyd's, J. B. Martin, com

;snder.

Passage money £14 and upwards.

For clans of cabins, dietary scales, and all ;;:iiculara, apply by letter or otherwise, to

W. P. WHITE & CO.,

10 Elizabeth street, Melbourne.

Orders for passages from England may be

:b;r>in<!d at the Head Office. Melbourne.

Black Ball and Eagle Line of

Packets.

PARTIES Desirous of

Bringing out thefr

Friends from England'by any of the ships com >ing ihuse Lines, can do ao bjr applying to

gents,

BRIGHT, BROTHERS & CO..

Flinders lane west, Melbourne ;

Or, to

EYRES, BROS. & NEWMAN,

Bftllfrst.

Black Ball & Eagle line of Packets.

Passage Money £!4 and upwards.

FOR LIVERPOOL,

forwarding Passen

gers, Gold and Wool to London. To sail positively r Tuesday, "20th December, the renowned

ship

CHAMPION OF THE SEAS,

0 '0 tons, J. ST. Outridge, Esq., Commander.

1 his magnificent vessel will eail positively

1 Hie advertised date.

F :r D*SSBg«>, &c., apply to

EYRES, BROTHERS & NEWMAN,

Ballarat, or to

RRIGHT, BROTHERS & CO.,

Melbourne.

Bteck Ball & Eagle Line of Packets.

Passage Money £14 and upwards.

I?OE UyERPOOL, " -1- forwarding Passen

' gers, Gold, and Wo'd

to London. To sail

:'!'.'.ively on Saturday, 21st January, the ? aowned clipper ship

OCEAN CHIEF,

1026 tnns register, William Brown, Com

-?irner.

This magnificent vessel will sail positively

'? tLe advertised date.

For oas^age. 3:e.. apply to

EYRES BROTHERS'& NEWMAN,

Ballarar, or to

BRIGHT, BROTHERS. & CO.,

Melbourne.

alteration of Time to Clones and

Back Creek.

£~\X AND. AFTER this date COBB & ' / CO.'S four-horse Coaches for Clu'nes id Hack Creek will leave Bath's and the ;tor^e Hotels daily at nine o'clock a.m., in

of 10 o'clock a.m. a6 heretofore.

E. T. FOLEY, Agent To the Clare Castle Rush.

ON and AFTER FRIDAY,9th Dwxmfeoi,

a Coach will leave Bath's and the

George Hotels daily, at 6 o'clock a.m., for the -'ove Rush and Avoca, passing through the

i-dr rm«>ntioned places:

Min-ts" Rest Fare 4s

Lak° Learmonth " 7« 6d Mount Bolton " 12s Lexton ?, 20s

fMare Castle Rush ,, '27s 6d Avnca I, 30s \ pclication for fares to be made to

E. T. FOLEY.

Four-horse Coach to the New Rush,

at Clare Castle.

ON AND AFTER this date COBB & CO.

will dispatch a four-horse Coach to the

riar<= Castle Hush, at nine o'clock every -inrning (Sunday excepted). Returning, will leivn the Commercial Hotel, Clare Castle Hush, (it eight o'clock a.m.

Fare £1 7s. fis.

booking Offices z-Rising San and United S'.ates Hotels, Main road ; next Bath's, and

George Hotel, Township.

E. T. FOLEY. Agent. To Qeelong for 10s.

ON AND AFTER THIS DATE the fare

to Geelong, by Cobb & Co.'b Royal Mail

Coacbee, wHl h* as follow*:

Leaving Bath's and the .United States Hotel tit n quarter before aix o'clock, p.m., fare IQs

Leaving Bath's, the George, and B.inn| 8tn Hotels at niae o'clock a.m.. f*Ie 20s.

Leaving Bath'sand the United States »t half past eiz o'clock pm, fare 30s.

Applications for fares to be made to

E. T. FOLEY,

Next Bath's Hotel 22nd November, 1859.

To Gteelong

COBB & CO. will in future dispatch *

s Coschflronr, their Office, next Bath's

anfl the George Hotel, at 0. o'clock a.m., in lieu of 11 o'clock as formeiiy, - (

"Faresasusual. '"'"'i ; ' ' E: T. FOLEY." To Creswick andCaattemaine.

REDUCED FARES.

COBB & CO.'S Four-horse Coaches will

leave the Rising Sun and United States

Hotels at a quarter past six a.m. daily, San days excepted, for Creswick and CasHemaine.

Fare to Creswifct .; 6a

" Castlemaine .... 2Ss ,, Creswick, 9a.m. .. ,5s

,, Do, 3 p.m.... 7s,6<L

E. T. FOLEY,

Bath's and George Hotels.

NUGGET LINE OF COACHES ieaw».

the Port Phillip Hotel, (late Clare) for

Smythe'a Creek daily, at7 a.m. and LSpL, p m., returning from the Nugget and' HS6-4 cado Hotels at 7.30 ana. and 2 p.m.

C. YOUNG, Proprietor

HOBBY & CO.'S

LINE OF FOUK-HORSEOOAGHES

leaves the Booking Offices at the Red

HQ1, Unicorn, and Fort Phillip Hotels daily at 6 a.m. for Cceswick^e Creek and Castie-.. maine, connecting with Bill Deakin and Be van's Railway Line to Bendigo, Swan Will,

and Melbourne.

Fabes: £ Si d. To Creswick Creek 0 5 0 ,, YandoSt ... 0 7 .6 " Castlemaine 0 10 0 " Melbourne 2 2 6

Bendigo i 1 10 0

HOBBY & CO., Proprietors.

TO STAND THIS SEASON,

at Bupgeeltap, near Ballan,

i the high caste Arab horses

STILTON and FAREWELL,

imported from India last January by Capf.

Atkinson.

Teims-5 guineas, to be paid for before ; removal. When stinted, notice will [be sent, after which 2s per week will be charged.

A. large grass paddock, and every care j taken, bat without jresponsibilitv.

DUOALD MACPHERSON. j

BLACK CHAMPION.

?r«HIS magnificent Draught

JL Entire Horse, the winner of the first prize for a colonial bned horse, and the second prite in class A, at the late Melbourne show, when he competed against eight of the best im ported horses, and a great number of colonial bred horses; also the winner of Mr Craig's prize cup at the Bsllarat show.

Black Champion's sire wfca Old Black Champion, the winner of nine first class prizes in Scotland, wax bred by D. M'PhaiL E*q-. Cambletown, Scotland, his d«m was Flower, a mare of great meii% and winner of several first prizes at bnme and in Tasmania. Black Champion is 18 hand* 3 inches high, is a sure foal-getter, and for hone, muscle, and sym metry is by all judges declared to be unsur. passed. He will stand at the Kingston Hotel every ninth day after the 3rd of November, the interrening days at Everingham's Farm, DowJitig Forest, and will meet mares by appointment.

Terms, Six Gain eng. A good grassed and w&tersd paddock provided for maws till stinted. Address F. EVERLNGHAM,

Miners' Rest. .

S- GIBBIKOS,

LIVERY STABLES

Opposite Exchange Hotel, Main Road.

QADDLE Horses, open and close carriages, ^ conveyances, dogcarts, buggies See. for

hire on reasonable terms.

Horse Feed for Sale

OATS, bran, maize, wheat, chaff, hay ic.,

best quality in any quantity, at market

prices, delivered free, on the shortest notice, to anv reasonable distance.

Bone Dust in any quantity always on hand.

M'DO WALL & GRAY,

Vmstrong street.

VICTORIA BATHS,

Near the Gas "Works.

WGRIMBLEY begs to inform his friends

. and the public generally that the

above baths have b»cn entirely cleansed and renorat'd. They are supplied with a constaut stream of freBh water, and are now open for the ensuing season, during which he hopes to he favored with the same amount of patronage

he has hitherto received.

The charges of admission will be

For season tickets £1 10s A single bath is

Children, half-price.

THE WEST END SWIMMING BATHS

are Now Open.-The above Baths are

on the Creek by the Barley Sheaf Brewery, Creswick Road, near Market square, and are constantly supplied with fresh water. Terms, Is per bath. Season tickets, 30s.

Cricketers. Cricketers

JUST HE0EIVEO, a choice selection of

Cricket Materials, of every description,

by the best London makers.

Liliywhite's and Weesden's 5 spring and 15

spring cane handled bats

Martin's cane handled bats

Page's, Clapshaw's, and Duke's spring do\e

tailed, and match bats

Youths' bats from No. I to No. 6

F. Liliywhite's new patent catapulta, brought

out last season

Foot balls, boxing gloves, foils and maslcs

Backet bats, racket balls, and fives balls, best

London make . imJ ScprinA- ~ ° ' 1

best authors

Fireworks of all kinds #

Clubs and schools liberally treated with, and

the trade supplied at

J. LITTLE'S,

Near Bridge, Main Road, Also, a large assortment of

Cabinet ware, dressing cases, work bores,

writing desks, &c t , .

Fancy market, clothes, and other baskets

English and foreign toys ?? 1 Berlin wools, perfumery, combs, brushes, &c. Perambulators, baby jumpers.

Also,

Stationery, school books, accopnt books.

JOHN LITTLE,

Main road, near the Bridge, Bailarat.

Gons. Guns.

JUST RECEIVED from England a First

Rnte Assortment of

Duck Qnns; Alarm Guns. Eley's Wire Cartridges Do Wads and Cans;

Anfl every description of Sporting Mute

rials*

Also, a splendid selection of Keyfij Shop and Alarm oellfi, &c., &c

W. C. MUMBY, Gunmaker, Locksmith, Bdlhanger, &c., &c., 173 Main Road.

TURNERY.^The undersigned has alwayi

on hand . largo stock of Cart Naves

Bed Posts. Chaw gr- } Table Lags, »o., Sc.

R, B. V- <3ULLuCH, Peel etreM,

Opposite North GeantHotel at.T.abaT WEST FIRE BRIGADE -Volunteers desirous of joining thi

Brigade are requested to send name alidad'

dress to . -

WILLIAM COOPER, Hon. Sec.

. Tnflqrting DIRKSAWDSKEHES DHU SPORAJffB

SHOULDER AHDB0DYBELT8 SlTi/fiX£8, &o> . .

T. 6. & Co. will aleo be in a position to show in ihe course of a few days an Assortment WW*-.-.,v t: ' ?. -"». . " *. V

: r

JACKETS

PLAIDS IF THEE PRINCIPAL CLAHS HOSE ASD GARTERS

BALMORAL, GLEFGARY, AfiD TA1IO'SHAHTER BOHWETS. 1

For the purpose ofveflfecting a perfect fit, it has been so arranged (hat the Kilts sod Jackets can be madetoorder -on the premises.

To prevent disappointment early application will be necessary,. as it it expected thesnpply this season of the above articles will be again short of the demand.

THOM, GRAY & CO.,

tsTURT STREET.

S. J. B RI D S H A W,

Draper, Hosier, Silk Mercer, and Clothier,

MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT.

SJ. B. begs to inform the pnblic of Ballarat and its vicinity, that on THURSDAY

. next, 22nd December, lie will HE-OPEN those «xtensiriB premisesljkely occupied by

Bradshaw & Salmon, wi thai large and weU-assortedStOckof

DRAPERY, HOSIERY. HABERDASHERY, A3ID CLOTHING, Which -will be offered at euch prices that will defy competition.

8. J. B. would more*particularly state that the greater portion of this Stock has been purchased in the home markets expressly for the Bularat trade, and hopes that by strict attention to buEineffi. to merit that shjo'e of jpnhlie patronage whioh was enjoyed by the late

firm" of Bradshaw & Salmon.

Ballarat, 13th December, 1869. ' .

IfTCRtE- jtxkSi. FIRE*

NOTICE.

r consequence of the late disastrous fines, trad the increased difficulty of effecting Insurance

sufficient to cover the risk, the Proprietors of this Establishment have determined to

relinquish Business on the Main Road, and therefore have resolved npon offering their valu

able Stock of

DRAPERY AND CLOTHWB

At suoh prices as will convince a discerning public that this is a real towjGfrsak and no puff.

Premises to be sold or let. Possession to be given on the 1st of .Tannasy.

N.B.-All goods marked in plain figures, from which no abatement will be made. THE SALE COMMENCED ON SATURDAY, 18TH DECEMBER, 1859.

Observe the address

M. CASHMORE & CO.,

Ham Road, Ballarat, opposite the Golden Age. Hotel.

P U BLIC N OTI CE.

THE TRUSTEES IN W. J. WATTS' INSOLVENT ESTATE inform the Public of

Ballaiat and vicinity that in consequence of the Tenders for the remaining stbckof

CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, HOSIERY, BLANKETS, BOOTS AND SHOES,

In the above Estate being so RIDICULOUSLY LOW, they hare determined to dispose of it to the public ; by so doing they give purchasers

Unheard of Bargains,

And benefit the CREDITORS, by jiving them a BETTER DIVIDEND, and in order to give the public still greater advantages, by reducing expenses to the lowest limit, have

removed the Stock of

Clothing, Hals, Caps, Hosiery. Blankets, Boots and Shoes, to premises

ADJOINING THE EXHIBITION WART,

At a rental of

LESS THAN SEVENTY-FIVE PEE CENT

Than the Insolvent paid at the former premises, thus proving to a discerning public, their

intention of giving them the benefit.

THE SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE ON SATURDAY. 31st,

The trustees being only able to give 14 days to clear out this Insolvent Estate, as the Auc tioneers, Messrs Lazarus & Co., have instructions to offer what is left by auction, on Mon day, 2nd January, 1660.

The Trustees urge'you not to lose this last chance of obtaining cheap outfits. The economy they are practising-so different to the

Georgeoos Frontages and Lavish Expenditure

Of other houses, is the most convincing proof of the sincerity of their motives in this great clearance sale, which is to dispose of it by the 31st of this month, at the premises adjoining

the Exhibition Mart.

HARE! TAKE NOTICE OF THE TEUSTEE8' MONSTER FLAG

Announcing the opening and closing of this Insolvent Clearance Sale, and in order that you should not go to the former premises, supposing it still the Trustees1 they will hoist POWER

FUL SIGNAL LAMPS.

Remember, the Trustees will finally close on 31st December.

GEELONG AND MELBOURNE.

Cobb & Co.'s Telegraph Line of Royal

Mail Coaches.

REDUCTION OF FARES.

/~vN AND AFTER THIS DAY, the Coaches for Geelong willleaTe Bath's and Vf the George Hotel, Township; United States and Rising 8on Hotels, Main Road,

daily, as follows:- .tn "

For Geelong, daily (Snndavs excepted), 5.46 a.m. 0 10 o

do do 9 a.m- 1 0 0 " do do 6 30p.m. I 10 0

" Sundays ?«.«. 110 0

This line of Coaches run in connection with the Godong and Melbourne j Riulway. and- passengers for Melbourne via Geelong can be booked torough at the office next Bath's Hotel, at an additionaksharge of 6s., 3rd Class; 10s.,2nd Class; and 12s. 6d.,

1st (}lus« '*

For Melbourne Direct,

Connecting atKeilor with the Melbourne and Murray River Kailway.'Jby which means nassengere will reach Melbourne by 2.39 p m.: leaving Bath s Hotel only : ^ ^ DaHy (Sundays excepted) at 6 a.m.

fores, First-Clase ®

" Second-Class . } ® ® To Mount Blackwood «. \ ®. 0 For Creswick, daily, at 6.15 ana £.80 ajn.......... y ® ®

DaisvHilL, do do at 6,i5a.m 1 7 6 Climes, do <lo ? . .. J ® ® Maryborongh,do do at6.15 a.m.......... a <3 o

Dtmolly, do do at6.16sja2 U . Costlemame,do do at 616a. in .* .1, .6, ,0. (Jhinaman's.do do sk6,16i.tt<, 1 uf ® Fiery Creek, do do' BJOSiot.ti.i,;...- J' IP ® Mount Ararat, do do 1 # 0 Pleasant Creek, do do ^ 4? .6 Smythfi'eCreek,do at 7 a.m. and 1.30 pjm, O f 0 Bac&Creelt, Sundays excepted, 6.D5«Lni.......... 1 8 0 Ditto, ditto, ........ t 0 0 Qontt/diiset, SisiAtjstxRfbd I. | M ,v

Creswdk. do -fa- *>"6

Browi>V do ...do, ,:i

No wq»nribiBty'bimn»d''iot

SanW^e' Officehoursfrotn 6«.u, to 9p.m.; SwAwifirbm'""j

; e" f." 'S'? rT.

fewaddp*

4 "tk*' ./$ *h£&$»?a" & ' *:*T' '.h-.iWn -\ »*| ?'-«"' I-J-" f;"1V*'f:1 r*<

BAF,T,ABAT WEST.

n". - Jr o jvjes ,

, .... -. * - - 7

.... .« . $*p recently erectedBpacionspremises, comer' of Stnrt audlLrmstrong b, feela za ach pleatare io infarming hh Meada aud the public genBrtllr. that he Vilithisohibit his ' .'" v * . -'t* , -»^ ,

TORIVALLED STOCK OF <30008.

Oon&i&ng of

Ninety-five of which have been consigned to him by his late partnsr, Mr Hemingway, and th^e wwpmteohlimB befflicahsMy irtecledby himBelfin the colonial markets, and comprises ail:tiie newest«nd xDost £uhionable -materials, for Ladies' end Gentlemen's wear for the (pipfclftjNtMQ.v. , ° "'

D. J. will not subjoin ^lengthened list of prices, bat merely mention that he has a

most Extensive and BeautiMassortment «f

LADIES' AND CEGffiDREN'S CRINOLINE EATS, LADIES'CEHTOLUnS BOITfrETS,

JOSEPHINE KID GLOVES, 3s 6d, 3* 9cl per pair.

As also,

A ne w aad well assorted Stock «f

BEHTLEMyS FASHIOBftBUE HHP SEASOMBLE ATTIRE.

D. 3. would not faO io thank hi* we$t-end friends for the liberal patronage bestowed ufc>on him for the last ai yeara, while residing in the Main road, and trusts by following his usual system, of keeping the Best Articles, and {making

NO ABATEMENT IN PRICE,

Tomerit a continuance of the same. He would therefore reqoest that they would accord him an'early visit, to inspect his

NEW AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK

At tile CRITERION

STUB# STBEET, BAT.T.AE.AT WEST.

SOUTHWARD & SUMPTON,

WHOLESALE A®T FAMILY

GROCERS,

WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,

STCET 8TBEET.

CHOICEST TEAS, WINES,

COFFEES, SPIRITS,

STOARS, ALES AND PORTER,

ALWAYS ON HAND, AND DELIVERED FREE TO ALL PAlBtTS OF BALLARAT.

" Christmas Conies l«rt Once a ^fear. '

REES & BENJAMIN,

WATCHMAXEBS, JEWELLERS, AND OPTICIANS,

264 MAIN ROAD, AND OPPOSITE TEE 3P0ST OFFICE, STURT STREET,

Have jflst added to their Stock a Numerous Assortment of

WATCHES. CLOCKS. BROOCHES, RINGS, Ac., &c.

Of Exquisite Workmanship and CbMte Designs, suitable for

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.

E. & B. still continue to supply their celebrated Clocks (guaranteed) at 15&.

PH(ENIX FOUNDRY,

BALLAB.AT.

STEAM ENGINES, Eight to Forty Horae Power, with Boilers to

suit.

QUARTZ CRUSHING and PUMPING MACHINEKY of every description, on the best and most approved principles.

Cylinders Bored, Engines Repaired, and every ojtber description of Iron and Brass Founder's

Work executed on the shortest notice.

Sole Manufacturers for the Ballarat Mining District of Porter's Patent

Improved Shaking Tables.

On hand, and for Sale, nearly new, one QUARTZ CRUSHING PLANT, complete, consisting of Engine, 10 horse power, with 8-head Battery of Stamps, and all necessary gear connected therewith. The whole of this Plant has been erected, and constructed en the latest

improved principles, and may be seen in fall working order by application to the Undersigned.

R, CARTER & COMPANY, Proprietors.

Medical,

MB T. HILL AS (late Resident Surgeon

to the Ballarat Hospital) may bs con

sulted at Iris residence, Start street, near the White Hart Hotel, before eleven a.m. and

after six p.m.

Removal,

VETE R IN A.ET SURGEON.-C.

FORBES, M.R.C.V.S. has removed

to Start street, opposite Chamber of Com

merce.

tie will

practice , on and after the first of November, in Lydiard street, Township, next to Gerrard

firSleep.

BaHarat,26th October.

Artificial Teeth and Dental Surgery.

MR. CARTER,

PRACTICAL SU1LGKON DENTIST,

'begs to submit the following list of

prices for artificial teeth:

An upper or under set of mineral

teeth from .. ...... .......... i£6 6 0 A single tooth...... 110 ?Stopping decayed teeth 0 10 6 Ajddr&s-Lydiardstreet. Township, next to

* ' Gerrard and'Sleep. '

WILSON be^s to acqa&int hisfriende JjJu and the public generally *J»t, ineonie quence of Ins late premises having been de stroyed bv^the fire 6n Sunday last, 4te has BEHOVED to the cottage ^pining Dr tyons,

Sturt street, wherehe may be consulted as usual npon tall branehesof DentalSrirg«y.

F. HiJMPPAY,

Wholesale and Retail Bookseller

andSta£u>B.er, n

^^theZJn^-offic^lft^Bqad,

: Sit ^^^^^U^ti^k^trt^aaAonthethorleti

- ::> &obatu» &igaiB, 8BtiS8,j&c. . .

i'd &rt TJiiibn.

'& il tadif l&tiatafcf _ in the above cah be obtained onli at IgnnAniy's Labor Mart,'next ZSwwOffiee 8al« of eharee will close on 5th Januarj-,1860

STEAM ENGINES

AKD

OTHEE MACHINERY:

g A E i Eon

SHEET IRON

BOTLEB PLATE STEEL HOPES COAX.

M. CAMPBELL,

Dana street.

First in Fashion.

BLAIR,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MATTES,

BEGS to inform the public that he is now

receiving monthly shipments from their

manufactory, Glasgow ; in consequence, he ie enabled to gire the latest styles of

HATS AND CAPS.

A. fashionable drab beaver hat for 25s. Bodrab{dt,'lSstd.

Splendid black eatin hat, 15s.

C3ifl3re»i^ Goods in great variety.. .

Blair's Patent Perspiration Proof, .and

Ventilating Hate alwajB on hand,

A.T'31 CoMJire STaEET, Melbootine,

- jiBio, '

Opposite the Royal Mail, Main Road

- f~ Ballarat.

tised isto be held on tfcrfofh instant, on the

Farm ofjMr S.Stuekeyj White HoreeHotel. Theqnanrity to beTcofftd by eadtmidnoe i* threeaoo. * :n v-.-.- -.«"*

Heaping machines to start at* nine am. andfinish st flnep.m., 4he judges to He ap pointed «nthe morning of flie; By

order of the fielect cpmmxtlee. , .,

Boarding andDay School.

EBTABLteHED ifr 185k *

r|>BE MISSES GfiOWTHER will rieurae ; A. . the diMiea oC tbmr -fidioid onttONi DA1L,2ndJfkn«ary,1860. iu. /0;*.=

ItJBEi BROl

tE ' tB ,?lfc&-i

3". A T. QJ>DII% IMuv^tieet, Ballarat

^Mailrtfhygilflic

aoctifXi in enypart of the country. . ' -v;: *

r, ASfD MACHIHERY.

T0, SUIT THE TIMES.

.rize AdelaideBoaper, ,_r " ,_o.*6 Improved Uomsg ., Mwbw i, i ! i wof>t' . Fiat PrizeMowing TfaeBalisb _

Mbjripg

tPriee American Eagle

«..»«fe ?uiu uca{iui|{ nmnmnea

Ketchnm's Amwiram Mo-wing and Reaping

? Machines ., r;?*r .. ..

Allen'6 American Mowing and . Reaping

'Machines <. -?»*.

Burgess _& Keys' Patent Self-Delivery

JPiiteb'tSelf-Delirerf Reaping

liufiS&itaer-_^ .

T.~ "Eobmsou * Co's Piret Prize Horse'.

Hkjfiikea

Wf^BBogeHay Rakes

Howard's (English) Horse Hay Rakes

AmericanWiro Tooth Hotse May Bakes

American Wood Tooih floEBe fiay fiakw Ransome'e SteelTooth Hand .Drag -Bakes

Sand 'Bay Bakes, Hay Folks, Scythes,

Torford & Sow? Rrrt PriseSteantt Thresh

ing&igmes

8team Threshing Machines, from 6 to 8

iiorse power

Barrett, Exall, BanBome'e, and Garrett's

; American! and 2;horeepower Threshin

. Machines ?

1 Winnowing Machines - Hornsby'e, Dray

& Go.'e, Ransomes, American and Co-*

loniaL -

J.&TODDIB, - Agents for T. 'XtobiiiBon & Co,.

319, Elizabeth street. Melbourne. - ' Dairy and Unbroken Cows and

. . Heifers, .. . .

FOR SALE,-A choice lot of 136 head of'

broken and unbroken cotre and hewers;

part late epringeta, and the remainder with yoong calreB at foot. PeiBons wishing to

ILd may witness the milking of the^dairy

cattle.

: . J. &'T. ODDIE, ;

Baflaratand ChepBtowe.nVar Carngham, 36-^S.-' - rv-; - " r ; ' '

TIOS BALE, an 80 acre allocmentof {and, JC suitable for farming and grazing cattle,

within seven miles of Ballarat. Pcite mo

derate.

17 11 J. & T. ODDIE.

Gold Field For Sale at Carngham,

SEVENTY ACRES of Amiferous Land

for Sale, being allotment No. 6,

Country land, parish-of Cfcirnghem, through which there is every probability of the rich bad "of that district passing. The claims bottomed in the adjoining land are known to be prodncing exceliPnt dividends. A-PPly for partiealanto

J.&T. ODDIE,

atBallanafrorfkrngham.

for m oonMh^s Ais, ani > MMrcHuaM NOBBIER lor 6<L 43*4*. Main Road.

OPTOBIXB *H1S B*_LL&StA.T HoSFrTAt.

8TURT STREET.

RESPECTFULLY taking the earliest

opportunity' to thank hie neighbors

and friends for ' their unexpectedly liberal support on commencing business, the Pro prietor begs to inform those who. have hot jet favored him with a call, that his system ia to sell only the best articles that experience and cash can command, in large or small quantities

AT Wholesale PRICE.

Bottlers, 6d only.

GEORGE 330WSE, Proprietor.

EMU HOTEL AND BOARDING

HOUSE,

ARMSTRONG STREET SOOTH.

The PROPRIETOR begs to inform

his numerous friends and the .public

generally that they can be accommodated at the above hotel with first class board, &c_, as

follows:

Board, per week........ £1 Is.

" " and lodging £1 7s. N.B.-Wines and spirits, best quality.

! TF.HrPKRftyfrK

BOARDIHQ HOUSE.

GEO. BUCHANAN & GO. respectfully

intimate that they have made arrange

ments for con tinning business in that house *

knows as

BRUIT'S HOTEL,

Nearly opposite the Old Temperance Board ing House, close to Yarrbwee, .Bridge, where an ample table will be provided, and every exertion made to have comfortable accommo

dation.

Anew and substantial stone or brick hotel will be immediately built on the old site.

Ice. Ice. Ice.

THE Undersigned is prepared to supply

Ice in any quantity, and deliver same

daily in any part of Ballarat, at 6dper lb, cash. Orders received at Bath's Hotelby

, ALfJlKT!

Agenta : EVANS BROTHERS, Lydiard street. ?... _ , " ;

To All Those Requiring Life-like

- Portraits,

FOB SENDING IN LETTERS, &c.

AV. SMITH'B Original Photographic

. Rooms, established 1855, opposite the .'

Red Hfll Hotel, Main Road, Ballarat.

Portraits taken at these old established rooms in a style that always gives the greatest satisfaction, from Ss.

N.B.-TheArt Taught on the most reason able terms. Chemieals and all other Photo

graphic Goods Bnpplied. ?

CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,

, TUST ARRlVED.-at MISS KITCHEN'S fj Fancy Toy Warehouse, opposite RriiUh. Mart, Main Road, a larjge and varied astort ment of Ladies' Companions, Workboxes, &c., with various other articles, too nnmerous to ,particu^arise^Buitable for Christmas and New Yeai'a PraBente. , Miss K>, grateful for past

favore, respectfully invite the attention of her friends aw t^ *|>nbU^40i her-present well v Etlected stock of To^s and Small-wares,

.which, beingofs* eupenor manufacture, cannot . .fail'to give general satisfaction. The stock, . /having been jmpchased for casli^jrill be sold at theltninMiti^imi^^ ? -

Mikr XitctiBii'sE&ncy Repository, ^ (Oppocie British Mart), ~Main roaa, BaUarafc

T OllCK-TheUnderBi«Jed"having gnw~d.

up business all partiesst indebted to them are uequeBteji to pay their* accents forthwith. Mr F.^tsnxmrt, whoaeC reoeipt wfll be* «afficjmt »dkchaifa Any i

*dai^papon them «TB requested tobe sent in | ^^MLITCHELL &:BONNEAlJ, Ballarat. fi

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