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Shipping;.

j0LACKWALL LINE of PACKETS

FOR LONDON DIRECT. To anil positively on

WEDNESDAY, 15th APRIL, Tile favorite passenger shin

HIGHFLYER,

''20() Tons, Al at Lloyd's,

WILLIAM HARRISON, Commander,

(Belonging to Messrs Green, of BlackwalD. Passage money £16 and upwards.

For circulars and ail particulars apply, bv letter

or otherwise, to 11 " •

W. P. WHITE and CO,

1006 10 Elizabeth-street south. Melbourne

AiK Ti/ffFSSRS MONEY WIGRAM and

lVA SONS'

(Of Blackwall Yard, London).

LINE OF STEAM AND RAILING SHIPS

FOR LONDON DIRECT. '

To Sail positively on

THURSDAY, 30th APRIL, The celebrated clipper sbiD

SUSSEX,

1,200 Tons, A 1 at Lloyd's,

_ Q. M. MILLER, Commander,

(Belonging to Messrs Money Wigram and Sons ol

Blackwall Yard!) ' Passage money £16 and upwards.

For circulars and all particulars apply, by letter or otherwise, to 1

W" P- WHITE and CO,

176 10 Elizabeth-street south, Melbourne.

lOH SAN FRANCISCO, California.

The Al clipper ship

G E N T O O

800 tons,

nrn . ■% -k' FREEMAN, Commander,

2nd May Patchtd from S>'dney or about the

Has superior accommodation lor second cabin and

steerage passengers.

For further particulars apply to

Trr^y^^' PUSHING and CO, Agents, 44 Wulmm-ftreet, Melbourne. 054

10R FIJI ISLANDS and

JAPAN.

The splendid and powerful steain

Bhip

ALBION, , 1,000 tons,

wn r SIDNEY, Esq, Commander, Will leare Sydney on the 1st of May.

An rpportunity like the present seldom offers where comfort is combined with speed in conveying the intending settler to his destination, whilst to ctoi and Voyageur lhis ^dorado has peculiar

To Fiji—Saloon, £20; second cabin, £14.

lo Japan—Saloon, £50; second cabin. £23.

pe^LPme8r.DgerS WiU be C°nVeyed to S>'duey fr<*>

For further particulars apply to

^.- MATHEWS and SON, Lloyd's Aeency, 23 Market-street, Melbourne. 148

iOTEAM to BLUFF, OTAGO, .O CANTERBURY. WELLING.!

TON. HOKITIKA, and GREY

MOUTH. '

THE O M E O,

1,000 tons,

_ HUGH MACKIE, Commander,

Will sail for the above-named ports positively on

SATURDAY NEXT, the 11th instant,

At Two o'clock,

From Sandridge Railway Pier,

With Passengers, Cargo, Horses, &c.

Cargo received on Board at Queen's Wharf. For passage or freight apply to

M'MECKAN, BLACKWOOD and CO,

182 2 King-street, Melbourne.

Railway Notices.

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS,

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

THE Trains will run as follow, on the 9th

10th, 11th, 13th, and 14th APRIL:—

Leave Melbourne for Sandhurst at 7. 0 ... 7 '40 Leave Melbourne for Geelong at 8.40 ... 6*35 Leave Melbourne for Ballarat at 8,40 ,.J 6 35 Leave Geelong for Melbourne at 11. 5 8 45 Leave Geelong for Ballarat at 10.50 ... 9' 0 Leave Ballnrat for Melbourne at 8,50 .6 30 Leave Sandhurst fo>- Melbourne 8,15 ... 7 30 Leave Sandhurst for Echuca at 11 30 8.20 Leave Echuca for Sandhurst at 4,45 4^5

FARES:—

Between Geelong and Ballarat, 6s 6d for

return ticket

Between Melbourne and Geelong, 4s for

return ticket

Between Melbourne and Ballarat, lis for

return ticket

Between Melbourne and Sandhurst, 12a for

return ticket

Between Melbourne and Ecliuca, 18s 6d for

return ticket

Between Sandhurst and Echuca, 6s 6d for

return ticket

These Trains will consist of Second Class Car nages only, and the tickets issued for them will not

"al'able for travellinu by any but these trains, mr for returning, except by the trains at the times bookpd ^H 1 specified. Passengers will not be Dooked at these fares by the Tuesday night train, it being only available for return. *

Passengers will be booked from Melbourne to all btations by these trains; on the Murray River Line, j."™ a11 nations to Melbourne, Castlemaine, Sand Melhn»rn r- ?Ca' and 0,1 tlie Ballarat Line, to W if ? ' ?eelon£ and Ballarat, at Proportionately

but Pas8enKerB are only booked at road

tile train °nS condmonally 011 there beiug room i

Children over four years of age will be charged

full fares.

at the h^.r«SSU!id f°r, thk,SU tniins are on,y available cent n! "" °<-n es aljovti nicntioued, e.x return bvti8erSr the Kchu(;a Linp. can of the L ' ordlnary three p.m down train on any allowed frZe ate8' ,°nly 8U(:h lutW 'o be occunied lu' Caa be 8towed the seat

tcupiea by the passenger owning it.

■Fi-f , o RETURN TICKETS,

9th ^ utlfT01?, ^ for Ordinary Trains, from

to utli April, 1863, both dates inclusive, will

Tn be issued

AND FROM ALL STATIONS AT AvailnU r EXCURSION FARES,

Available for Return up to the Evening of the 16th

instant, inclusive. By order,

W. H. WRIGHT,

John Jebsmy, Traffic Superintendent^"6"""^

Melbourne, 3rd April, 18G8.

Railway department.

Secretary's Ollice, William-street,

Melbourne, 8th April, 1868. NOTICE.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

THCl„®°Sda Sr.ed> at the various Stations will be

10th, UtlZndt3kiZrtaad M°nday DeXt'

By order,

W. H. WRIGHT,

Secretary.

LONDON COACH FACTORY

DOWLING-STKEET.

H. 10 ,iiroct atten£'on to the

^ PromnHvan ^ , , ''' wller0 u" 0rder9 wi» Notice and Reaaonabl"e pace's!Ex80Uted' Shortest

Trade Addresses.

LONDON HAT MART,

CENTRE BLOCK,

PALL MALL,

Just received, WINTER STOCK.

Latest and Most Fashionable Shapes and

Styles in

FRENCH AND ENGLISH GOODS,

Comprising all the Novelties of tlio Season in

BLACK SATIN AND DRAB SHELL,

French and English Felt HATS,

At the Lowest Possible Prices.

BOYS' and CHILDREN'S GOODS,

In endless variety.

LONDON HAT MART,

PALL MALL.

AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK.

THE Undersigned Iibb now entered his New

Premises, and laid in a superior and extensive

Assortment of

COLONIAL, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN

FURNITURE.

Those about to furnish will find that at this Establishment they can procure first-class poods cheaper than they have ever been sold in Sand

hurst.

J. B I E D L E,

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE,

Yibtv Point ;

And 145 Great Lousdale-street, Melbourne.

192

F

W. TURNBULL,

URNISHIN.G UNDERTAKER,

HaKGBKAVES-STREET,

SUCCESSOR to FRANCIS BROTHERS.

217

JOHN W. PEMBERTON,;

Printer,

JOHN W. PEMBERTON,

Bookbinder,

JOHN W. PEMBERTON,

Machine Paper-ruler,

JOHN W. PEMBERTON,

General Stationer,

gANDHURST STATIONERY WAREHOUSE

PALL MALL and BULL-STREET.'

■ 1 ;■ 6oi

I.

WELLINGTON FOUNDRY.

I R V I N G AN i) CO, ENGINEERS, IRON-FOUNDERS, &c. .

Agents for Errington's Patent Improvements in Steam Boilers, by which- Thirty Per Cent of Fuel is Saved ' 479

MOORE HILL, Market-square, Sandhurst,

Commission Agent. Agent for Thomas

Robinson and Co, farming implements, machinery, &c; Macmeikan and Co, manures 5 Law, Somner and Co, guano; Victorian Company, jrnano. 273

AMERICAN COACH FACTORY,

Williamson-street.

A. J. COX, Proprietor.

ALL Kinds of Vehicles Built to Order, or

Repaired, in a thoroughly Workmanlike

Manner, at Strictly Moderate Charges. 51?

w.

H. CARWARDINE, Soap and Candle Manufacturer, near the Municipal Cattle Yards. Sandhurst. Tallow.and Fat bought. 678

J HEARSE, Veterinary Surgeon, M'Crae-atreet,

• opposite G. and J. Holmes's. 689

EM. WALTON,

0 SURGEON DENTIST,

120 Collins-street east,

(Near Burke and Wills' Monument,)

MELBOURNE. 364

J. FAIROHILD,

MUSIC WAREHOUSE, WILLIAMSON-STREET

Near the Shamrock Hotel.

Established 1854.

JUST ARRIVFD, Pianolortes, Harmoniums, &e.

Sea. These elegant and substantial pianofortes

are manufactured in England expressly for J. Fair child, with extra metallic string plates, and in every way bolted anil screwed, where J. F,, from his great experience as a maker, 1ms found it necessary. They are warranted to stand this climate, and sold at prices far below any house in Victoria;

Pianofortes, Harmoniums, ka, &c, tuned, re paired, exchanged, and lent on hire. 428

EDINBURGH TANNERY DEPOT, Bull-street

GOUDGK and SIBLEY have on Sale a large assortment of Sole Leather, kips, calf skins, harness, belt and pump leather; also, fancy leather, boot tops, closed legs, and all descriptions of grindery. N.B.— Highest prices paid for hides. 1181

S A N D H U R S T L I B li A R Y,

VIEW POINT

(Opposite Postoflict).

J, N. M A 0 A It T N E Y,

BOOKSELLER AND STATION KR,

Pn01"]£lKT0R.

THE Reading Put lie of Sandhurst will find it to

their advantage to subscribe, as, in addition to

a large supply of new novels, the greater advantage is now offered of treble the number over before supplied by any Library on Sandhurst of the leading Reviews and Magazines. Subscription, only 21s per year. A general assorted stock of first-class

Stationery, Playing Cards, Present Books, Account j Books, Bibles, Catholic Prayer Books, Church Services. All New Stock and Cheap.

J. N. M. being in an improved position to cater for the wants of the reading public, hopes for a con tinuance of the many years tupport previously 0 «ricnced. 101

Trade Addresses.

T 0 H N \V. M'CUTCIIEON,

nritt, , „» (Fr<"n Sydney Mint),

Q0LDpnA^"' MKLTKR. nnd REFINER, xtt> 2?ESi-STREi?T, SANDHURST.

ihe only Assay Office on Bendigo. 984

\ Wholesale Watciimanutac

17 PaUMall Ldh"°rstGarden' L°nd0n'aUd 16 and JOSEPH & CO., PIUZE MEDAL. 1867.

/« C£',S' waTCHES are sent to all tl parts of the Colony post free.

J asEPH & GO'S Silver Watch, jewelled, War

ranted for Twelve Months, £2 2b.

J0SE™ f& x0!? Silver Watch, Engraved Case,

^ size for Ajadies, £3 3s.

J0^^1 & C0 S Silver Sa<ety Watch, jewelled,

.T0!if™ & GO'S Silver Patent Lever Watch,

O capped and jewelled, £5 5s.

J°SS & C<j'S j'.lTi>r p«tent Lever Hunting

Watch, capped gpd jewelled, £S 6s,

&wOTIn,pr0rcd bilrcr latent Lever

' Hunting Watch, £11 n3.

JOSEPH & CO'S Gold Watch, size for Ladies,

Engraved Ca»e, ,£5 5a.

J°men,U£-&lo9°'S G°W Watch' ,i2e for Gentlc

r°Semen^n n«J WatC''' eize f°f

rOSEPH & CO'S Gold Watch, size for Ladies,

1 Improved Make, £8 8s.

J0iKP1l f £°'s Gold Keyless Watch, Highly

t> Finished, £15 15b. 87

["OSEPH & CO'S Gold Patent Lever Watch, size

' for Gentlemen, £15.

JOSEPH• & CO'S Gold Patent Lover Hunting

O Watch, capped and jewelled, £17 17s.

JOSEPH & CO'S Gold Hunting Patent Lever

i O Compensating: Watch, £26.

J OSEPH & CO'S Gold Hunting Lever, Improved V Escapement, Richly Enchased Case, £38.

i?0' Goldlmitlls. 16 and 17 Pall O Mall, Sandhurst, and Hatton Garden, London.

915

NOTICE.

E. HANSTEIN,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCONIST

View point,

SANDHURST,

BEGS to call the attention of his numerous Cus

• tom"B; J"end8> and the Public generally to ins large STOCK ol Newly-imported TOBACCOES the choicest in Sandhurst. Also,his CELEBRATED

GOLD BAR TOBACCO, none to equal it in the

market.

Hawkers Storekeepers and others will find it greatly to their advantage to call and pay a visit to the above address, for E. Hanstein is determined to

do business at

MELBOURNE PRICES, and CHEAPER

THAN ANY HOUSE in the TRADE.

n?'- H Jlas a!T™ys on hand a large Stock of Old Choice Cigars and Snuffs of every description.

Meerschaum, Myall and other Pipes.

Fancy Goods, Cutlery, &c.

AH Tobacco Fresh Cut on the Premises.

Note the Address—

E . HANSTEIN,

. VIEW POINT (next Dr Boyd's), 252

G. C. E V A N S ,

PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC SELLER,

' Uppbr View Place.

Neo«/wnB\?few Dances> New Pianoforte Pieces,

of Instruments.0 ^ descriPtion M»d»

piA_NOFORTES, Hafniums, Violins, Cornets, Pnn^3"8'^ ?-1?11"8' FJutes' P'ccolos, Flutinas, S i 8!11 &n Gtrman) in great variety.

Jirrn frnT t6S <roni ^0; good second-hand ! ditto from £15. Harmoniums, by Alexandre, from liaj?TPenrr lnstl;unie"t. "iree stops, in handsome i

J.', Every,!nnK w«rranted and exchanged Pnii^iil mo,n'i.h9 "fter Purchase, if required. Full value allowed for old instruments.

colony' ^U8'° sen' Pos' ^re® to any part of tie

TERMS-CASH 543

WHOLESALE PAPER AND STATIONERY

WAREHOUSE,

WILLIAMSON-STREET,

SANDHURST.

"J. BAMILTON, Proprietor*

Every description of Paper, Stationery, and Paper BagB always on hand at Melbourne Prices. 209

J^BBOTT'S NOTED MAKE

of

COLONIAL BOOTS, TO MEASURE,

MATERIAL AND WORK GUARANTEED,

CHEAPER THAN ENGLISH. ABBOTT'S "NEW TIMES." Drapery, Clothing, &o

TQEPARTNERSHIP betvreen BENTLEYand

,9? being about to expire by effluxion ol time, all Accounts due by the Firm must be ient in

for immediate settlement.

All Parties indebted to BENTLEY and FOY are requested to call and settle their > Accounts at

once*

*; .tS'Jii ;■;> >n bvii ;,'tf ihi; ,i;i

W>:

Drapery, Clothing, &c.

THE

BEE - HIVE STORES,

PALL MAIL, SANDHURST.

JAMES BUICK AND CO.,

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL

1

DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS,' AND" BOOT

AND SHOE IMPORTERS,

successors to

FRANCIS BROTHERS,

BEG to announce to tho Public of

Sandhurst and the Surrounding

Districts, that they have Purchased lrom Messrs Francis Brothers their long estab lished arid well-known Premises, Stock, and Business, and have accordingly Removed from View Point to the Beehive Stores, Pall Mall.

In making thin announcement,

JAMES BUiCIC AND CO

Take thiB opportunity of thanking their Customers for their liberal support while at View Point, and of assuring them and tho Public generally that their arrangements for tho conduct of their new business will be of the most complete and effective character, alike worthy of the importance of Sandhurst, of the magnificent premises to which they have removed, and of tho public confidence and support, to secure which they have determined that no effort on their part will be spared.

THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Upon which they propose to conduct their Business are as follow, viz :—

1st—ABUNDANT STOCK—choice and

well-assorted in qualities and prices in every department.

2—SMALL PROFITS—and quick returns. 3—FIXED PRICES—marked in plain

figures.

4—READY MONEY—as prompt caBh or

payment of accounts monthly will enable us to buy cheap for cash and sell cheap.

5—PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS

—Special care being taken with Country Orders, and any articles not in stock at the moment im

mediately obtained.

THE PREMISES

Will be internally re-decorated, and such other changes made in the general arrange ments as will tend to secure for customers

the greatest possible amount of light, con

venience and comfort.

THE STOCK

Will immediately be replenished for the ensuing Winter Season with a large selec tion of the newest, choicest, and most seasonable goods in every department, and arrangements oif the most extensive scale have been made, under which, for tho future, we will receivo direct from the Home and Continental Markets regular supplies of New Goods, apd by each Over

land and Panama Mail nn Assortment of

the Newest Styles nnd Fashions in Fancy Goods, Silks, &c, &c.

To make room for the fresh supplies of

NEW GOODS FOR THE WINTER

SEASON,

J. B. and Co have decided to submit to a Considerable Reduction in the Prices of all Present Stock, and for the future they have determined that in eVery department the assortment of qualities and prices will be so thoroughly complete, that all customers who enter the premises will be able to select precisely the articles they desire at the very Lowest Possible Prices.

THE PRICES.

J. B. and Co have determined to Mark

their Goods

IN PLAIN FIGURES,

At the

LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,

On the principle of Small Profits and Quick

Returns.

Their extensive business CoflileOtionB both in Melbourne and Great Britain, they being amongst the largest buyers in this colony for the retail trade, tho fall in the prices of cottons and wool, and the liberal arrangements for buying which they have made, will, they are convinced, enable them to ofl'er their goods to the Public at

such moderate rates as cannot fail to com

mand their confidence and support.

WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS.

J. B. and Co will be prepared to supply goods at a small ndvance upon net cost— for cash or monthly accounts—to Store keepers, Hawkers, and other purchasers buying in wholesale quantities.

JAMES BUICK AND CO*

BEE-HIVE STORES,

PALL MALL, SANDHURST.

Sandhurst, 30th March, 1868. 1150

Drapery, Clothing, <tec.

AUTUMN FASHIONS.

OPENING DAILY

AT

JJALSILLIE BROTHERS.

A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT

or

FASHIONABLE DRAPERY GOODS,

Consisting of

FANCY DRESSES—In all tlio latest stylos of New

Silk Epinglus, New Wool Repps, Jasper Poplins, Cliambray Winceys, &c,

MANTLES— In Velvet, Pilk, nnd Cloth,

from the latest nnd most approved I'm is Patterns. MILLINERY— The greatest novelties of the

season in Bonnet?, Hats Flowers, Feathers, &e,

&c.

MANCHESTER In this Department full benefit

GOODS— will be given of the

Greatly Reduced Rates in Woollen nnd Cotton GoodB.

THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT

Is now replete with a most extensive choico of Colonial Ready-made Goods, also a Hplendid variety of Broad Cloths, WeBt of England Tweeds, Doeskins,

and all the Newost Material for Overcoats.

TAILORS AND DRESSMAKERS ON THE

PREMISES.

EDINBURGH HOUSE,

(Centro Block,)

PALL MALL, SANDHURST.

275

. TEN DAYS SALE

or

D R A P E R Y .

T. c. M O R L E Y,

Being obliged to leave his present Premises, will

CLEAR OUT HIS LARGE

AND

WELL-SELECTED STOCK

• • ■■ or

DRAPERY AND CLOTHING

at

: A TREMENDOUS' SACRIFICE.

Be in time, as all must be Sold.

TERMS CASH.

T. C. M O R L E ly

Between the Lyceum and Freemasons' Hotels.

' 997

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ■" 1 ;

NEW DR&PERY. ' ' .

J^OSS, HENDERSON and FI CIC

WILL OPEN i

In a Few Days the Premises lately occupied by \

. MESSRS BUICK and CO, ' 'i

VIEW POINT,

With a Complete

STOCK OF NEW DRAPERY,

SILKS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, &o. |

194

Of\ PER CENT. Saved by Buying your Winter jU\J Bopts during the Great Sale at Abbott's

"New Times."

SANDHURST MINING BY-LAWS,

C 8 T PUBLI SHED

THB

SECOND EDITION

Of the Pamphlet containing tlio

GENERAL BY-LAW No 7

And the other unrepealed By-laws,

With Introductory Remarks,

By

J. J. CASEY, E S Q.,

IBarrister-at-Law.

MACKAY and Q

Amusements.

Y C E U M THE A- T R~E

THURSDAY, 9th APRIL.

gra,nd combination.

Sandhurst Amateur Dramatic Club, and tho

n , e,e nnd B"rlc81>10 Opera Company.

IJallas g Band linvo kindly consented to play one of

their nrfmired Overtures

MISCELLANEOUS concert.

By Miss M. A. Liddlc, Mr J. H. Molvyn, Mr W. II.

Bent, and I.inloy Norman*

To conclude with the Burlesque of

LUCIA DI I.AMMERMOOH.

Characters by Messrs Brown j ' Bootyl Caras Towie, Cagey, P. G. Booty and W. Il.Jient. '

Cross circle, 4s; boxes, 3s; stalls, 2»: piti-la.

I ickc-ts may be obtained from any Member'of ■tho" Sandhurst dramatic gjfr '

J Y C E U M T H E A T R E

Lessee—N. JBarnett.

ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY

For SIX NIGHTS ONLY.

MISS GERALDINE WARDEN,

MISS GEORGIA HODSON,

MISS MINNIE WALTON, ,

MR ARMF.S BEAUMONT.

MR W. BAKER, i.*!«!».

MR J. If. SUTCLIFFE, „ , MR F. LYSTER.

Conductor ... MK J, II. HALL.

MONDAY, 13th APHIL,

LA S 0 N N A M B U L. A'.

TUESDAY, 14th APIUL,

BOHEMIAN G I,RL

WEDNESDAY, 16th APRIL. . .

MARITANA. ; ji To conclude each Evening with a:

GRAND MISCELLANEOUS:CONCERT.

Season rickets, 12s fid each,, to be obtained at Mr Pemberton s, Pall Mall. No seats reserved later than five minutes to eight. 240

town hall, eagle hawk,

to-night.

A GRAND POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT, institut ne^t °' Sandhurst Mechanics3

MuBic, Songs, Readings, Recitations,"&e.

Messrs Ilearle, Santly, Eyre, Morris, Wrixon, Carss, Hopkins, Goodchild, ond many other Ladies and Gentlemen of Eaglehawk and Sandhurst, will

assist on this occasion. • • • <

Charles Letheby, Esq, will preside.

Commence at eight o'clock. Admission one ehil ling; reserved Beats, two shillings. . ,245

A. 0. F.

COURT BANNER OF HOPE, 3,768.

OEVENTH ANNIVERSARY > BALL1/ bdd KJ fellows Hall, Kangaroo Plat, This (Thursday) 'Evening. Tickets — To admit gentleman and

lady, 5»; single ditto, 3s. Refreshments provided. Monaghun s Band. Dancing ut nine. ■

W. C. MONTGOMERY,

Hon Secretary.

TMPERIAL HOTEL, High-street,—W. Harder X 1 roprictor.—Quadrille Assembly every Wed nesday Evening. • j3^

NOTICE.—A Pigeon Match will comeoff at the .....

..Homebush on Thursday." Good prizes' andlots

of birds. ,,, .j6 ,,,

EASTER HOLIDAYS. — ilallas's celebrated

Brass Band will perform *ome Select Pieces at

the Sydenham Gardens, from -J.:',!) to 0 p,m, Mondav the 13th instant. In the Evening there will be" a Free Ball and Supper. 37

p AYVOOl) RACE CLUB.

ANNUAL MEETING.. .

MOM) AY, 13th APRIL, 1868.

• .Treasurer—;

.James . Rateliife, Esq, J.P. • . ' . Stewards— .

Messrs Nolan, Draper, ltateliife, Har.vev, Foley,

; Munro, Mallard.

1 • 1 ' First Rack: ''

RAYWOOD PLATE, ' '

OflBsovs; one mile four furlongs ; for horses the

bona fide 'property of persons residing in tho locality: .(particulars. of tho boundaries will bo supplied by the! Secretary on application);! !oe

trance one guinea,

' Second Race.

MAIDEN ; PLATE,

Of 15 sovsj'two'inilesj'ehtraiino ono guinea.

Tinitn Race. .

• ; HURItY, SCURRY, ; ■ : '

Five sovs, with' entrance) 10s' 6d added; one and a

half milos; heats. • ■■'■■■ >■■; :< i f Fourth Race. 1

HUitDLE RACE, • ( j •

Twelve sovs,- twice round the course; six flights of

hurdles; entrance one guinea. i

• . Fifth Raoe. .. - CONSOLATION STAKES,

Four 80vs, with entrance, 10s 6d, added; two miles.

RULES AND REGULATIONS. /

Victoria Racing ClubRulos strictly adhered to.

The decision of a majority of tho stowards to bo final in all matters connected with the races, y

!No'person "allowed to enter a horse unless a sub scriber of one guinea to the raco fund, •<')

,: Three - horses to start in ■ every instance,' 'or-no

raoe:/,' j j-,i ' . . j

; Gatch,weights for each event. ')

■ All; entries to be made on or beforo; eleven p.m Saturday,'llth April, 1868, addressed to tho.'Secre tary of the Race Club, Royal Hotel, Ray wood, en trance'monoy enolosed, together with m»rae,'agb and description of horso, name of o^vuor, aiid' colors', of

rider.--' '.'".u

GEO B. KING. V'

Raywoodi 27th'Maroh, 3868. r 249

Gsneral Oonveyancos. •

COBB and CO'S TELEGRAPH LINE v m

ROYAL MAIL COACHES,

Leaves tho Shamrock Hotel; for the^undermentioned

places, as follows

Sandhurst to Ingle>vood, Monday,^Tneiday,

. AYedncsday, ,Thursday, | arid Frida'y, at

11.45 p.m, and Sunday ait,l6 p.m'^

' Sandhurst to Raywood,' dailyi'Siihilays c*1

' ' cepted, at 5.30'a^m.' ■

Sandhurst to M'lvori'Mohdaysi Wednesdayi'

arid Fridays'; at 5 a.m. •

Sandhurst to Swan Hill, Mondays auJ Thurs'

days; at Uj p.m.'

Sandhurst to Tarnagulla, daily, Sundays ex*

cepted, nt 5 a.m , s. „„r.,

ROBERTSON, WAGNER and, CO, jii i

Proprietors. W. STANLEY, Agent""

for sale,' ■ ; ...,

Noah s American Express Waggons, with poles fcnd

■halts complete. '8521'

Seeds, Plants, <SSc. for Sale

FOR SALE, Seed Wheat, grown trom Adelaide

Prize Wheat; a fine sample. Apply llorwood's

Foundry. 220 -

STEKIENS'^N and POWELL beg to call the

Attention of Farmers and Gardeners to their

SPLENDID STOCK .

OP

SEEDS, GRASSES. PKaS, BKANS. TAKES, &c, Which they are celling at greatly reduced prices'.'

Note tho Address—

VIEW POINT SEED SHOP,

SANDHURST. 172

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