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Blsnkcis. Flannels, White and Grey Calicoes, Sheetings, fablo Liuen^and Counterpanes bought nt the sale of Messrs. Kay ami Uioliaids' .'-tuck, amounting to over :CJ,505, will bo shown on Thursday at ndieuloi>* prices, and all fairy lamps will be ^old at half Llie marked prices. 50 nio»es Printed Delaines f»s lid ]>er dozen, worth i).Ul per yard. IJondtT.-on and Goodisson, T!ie Beehive,—[advt.J

Wanted to Sell or tend.

■VJJ7"AjSTHD to Sell Firewood any length,

V Y delivered from the UailwavStatioiulowest rates, iirst class wood. G. J. Brasier, Garsed sfreet. 227(>

miiUST and other Moneys to lend in large or

_R_ small sums, Freehold or leasehold securities.

Lowest current rates.

MOTTE11AM and HYETT, solicitors, Bull street, Bendigo.

London 1,045* & j>i*»gqjjj£t society

Dr. Atkinson's Buii.uin'cs,

VIEW-STREET.

MONEY ADVANCED.

Oil Nqte of Hand, Deposit of Deeds, Bills of Sale,

Scrip, j'F.vvF.rxvHiY, Valuables every (lesprip

tiun, and imy other available security at

less interest than charged elsewhere.

M. BARNETT.

TRUST .MOc'KVS TO LEND

ON Freehold or Leasehold Securities at Lowest

Current Bates of Interest. ■' • ''

C. FRED. KENNEDY.

2245* Solicitor Albion Cljaiiiljers, Bendigo.

0ITY LOAN AND DISCOUNT CO,

WILLIAM ISON-STREET

BENDIGO.

MONEY ADVANCED,

Qf) Deeds qnd Personal Securities

Tnws to Suit Borrowers

2301 A. ALLSOP, Manager.

milY Grovenor for Gloves, Laces, Ribbons,

JL FriUings, etc. Job lot of Swiss Works just '

opened.

bisIetI a S. BISSET'S 1:^1

bisIet! hSf-Sarly sale

BISSET'S , sale

bisset;s SALE sale imtrT'l ,OpiT)menpfls I^tt? MsS-re SATURDAY, gift

BISSET'S 10th INST. SALE BISSET'S French Delaines, Robe SALE BISSET'S Dresses, Colored Satins and SALE BISSET'S Chech Silks sale BISSET'S Still made • SALE BISSET'S FREE of CHARGE. SALE BISSET'S Besides wonderful value in .SALE BISSET'S goods just bought in the dc- SALE BISSET'S pressed Melbourne markets. SALE BISSET'S Every article Genuinely SALE BISSET'S Reduced. SALE BISSET'S For Astonishing Bargains SALE BISSET'S . Seo handbills. SALE

TO HOLIDAY MAKERS AND TOURISTS.

INSTEAD of Making Costumes Ereo ot

Chargo,

J. ha£l

Is determined to REDUCE all his COSTUMES

and DELAINES to COST PRICE,

Which will enable the customer to save as much

as will pay for the making.

Special line in DELAINES, Cs lid dozen.

See Windows.

THE GOLDEN SPECIFIC I

For MlUNJflJNNIiSS ,Bfi ALCOHOLISM.

"Its fame, like gold, the more'tis tried,

The more shall its intrinsic worth proclaim."

DRUNKENNESS, or the Liquor Habit and

Jnobrinpy (in any form) POSITIVELY and

rapidly OUjUiU by &ii«riini$t0Pn$ the world re

nown.ee]

"GOLDEN SPECIFIC "

Prepared according to the foriniila of Dr. Haines

It can be given in a cup of coffee or tea Or in food, either WITH or WITHOUT the KNOWLEDGE of the patient, if necessary; is absolutely harm less, and will effect a permanent and speedy ourc, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an Alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. THOU

SANDS PROVE IT. It operates so quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he is aware, his complete reform is effected. The Golden Specific supplies the place of the accustomed liauor, and prevents that absolute physical and moral prostration which so frequently follows a sudden breaking off from the use of {stimulating drinks. It neutralises and corrects the use of alpohpl, Write for book, sent witn fotf'jKU&QuJaig ftee by return. B«iyave of worthless limitations. ' \Ye WvtT no'agents'.' 'Sold vendors ami pKiprjptpri)—GOLDEN SPECIFIC

COMPANY, M5 8TO W OolJiBMitjepi, Mel

bourne, Victoria. 2207

IT ? B I) K N" Q ' W N

That at the Popular and Celebrated

No 7

CHEAP CASH GROCERY STORE,

You can obtain all til? Delicacies necessary for the |

forthcoming Fsiive Season,

EVERY ARTICLE NEW AND FRESH,

New Currants, Sultana, Elome and Valencia j Raisins, Lemon, Orange and Citron Peel; preserved Fisli of all descriptions; Pigs Cheeks, and Pork, German's, Trotters; Dairy Fed Bacon and Hams, and Prime Fresh Butter three times every week from the choicest dairies 011 the Campaspe River.

Everybody should buy their provisions, etc., at j the best and cheapest cash grocery firm in Bendigo.

No. 7 CASH STORE, LITTLETON

TERRACE, opposite Ennis Hotel,

?3, jfywwsy,

Auctions.

TUESDAY, Oth FEBRUARY.

On the Farm.

Important. Clearing Sale of 320 ACRES of L AND,

HORSES, CATTLE, FARM ING IMPLE MENTS and Sundries, in the parish of lluiinymcde, the property of S. . Casey, Esq., who is leaving the district.

LMACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO.

a will Sell by Public Auction, as above,

Mis splendid block of agricultural and grazing

land, 320 acrcs substantially fenced and sub-divided, with comfortable dwelling, house and shed, good water dams, timber all rung, partly cleared, most suitable for an excellent dairy farm. Also,

Horses, cattle, sheep and implements, and house

hold furniture, viz.:—

1 pure Ayrshire cow, in calf to puro bull.

S head dairy cattle.

(i horses, grand workers.

150 crossbr. d ewes, in lamb to Lincoln rams. 300 do. do. do. do. do.

1 reaper and binder by Hornsby, nearly uew. 1 reaper, harrow, dray and harness, black

smith's forge, bellows', anvil, vycc itnd tools, grindstone; etc; dairy utf nsils and sundries. Also, household furniture.

For positive sale.

Terms easy, declared at sale.

FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY.

PYRAMID STOCK SALE DAY.

LAND. LAND.

Two very choice Blocks of EXCELLENT LAND,

the property of Messrs. D. Pryde, senr. and juur., situate on the rising ground, about two miles cast of Mr. O'Dwycr's Hotel, on the direct road to Eclinea from Pyramid Hill.

LMACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO.

• (Limited) have received instructions from

Messrs. D, Pryde, senr. and junr., to offer for absolute sals at Dwyer's Yards, Pyramid Hill, on Friday, 12th February, Stock Sale Day,

Their separate blocks of land, viz. i—

Mr. D. I rid', senr's.,

320 acres, situate on the southern slope of the The property is well fenced and sub divided, with good water dams. The soil is a rich chocolate loam, excellent grain yielding. The dwelling is comfortably built in ft most picturesque spot, sur rounded by a nico plantation of evergreen trees and shrubs. Tho land is maleable and easily

worked.

Terms at sale.

Mr. D. Pryde, junr's., contains

1G0 acres, joining on the cast side. Tho soil is

very similar to the above.

The dwelling is most comfortable and lately erected, having a large detached kitchen and a con venient outbuildings, with water laid on from a large water supply uain at the rear of the buildings. There is a neat "flower garden and shady trees surrounding the dwelling house, which is erected on the centre of a charming undulating hill.

Those two blocks will be sold in one line or separately, as may be desired.

Terms at sale.

TUESDAY^ lUtJl FEBRUARY.

GOORNONG.

Important Cleaving Sale of LAND, HORSES,

CATTLE, SHEEP, FARMING IMPLE MENTS, First-class DAIRY HERD, DAIRY" UTENSILS, Superior HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, Etc., Etc.

L MACPHEUSON, STERNBERG and CO.

e (Limited) under instructions from II.

Strcckfuss, Esq:, who is leaving for Melbourne, will submit for public Competition on Tuesday, 10th February, commencing at 12 o'clock, on the ground, two miles from Goornong,

His excellent freehold farm, containing 5t)5

• acres, situate two-miles from Goornong, on

the Bendigo Creel;.

The property is well and most substantially fenced and divided into convenient paddocks, well. watered by large dams and the liendigo Creek.

There is a large vineyard and orchard planted Willi U:o eiioiu(;.!f ivijie aw] table grapes; also abundant yielding fruit trees of all deseiiipUOjis.

There is a very superior-constructed VILLA RESIDENCE, lately built, containing nine lofty and spacious rooms, with handsome verandah. A model of elegayice anfl comfort. Erected on a Vr'ell iotuaiecl atid Htiapuiy cV.vate,'! l\Uf>]j; PPtlV jiianding an extensive view of (he surrounding (iountry, Large kitchen, ciairy, underground oenumted tank, stabling for (j horses, milking shed, 14 bails, trough, blacksmith's shop and tools.

25 carefully selected milkers, 40 young cattle. 12 farm horses, 2 splendid lorry horses. 100 sheep and lambs.

Reaper and binder, nearly new, by Hornsby.

Waggonette, nearly new, by Scholten and.

Marsh.

Stripper and winnower by Munro.

2 farm drays with frames, 1 wood dray, 1 d.f.

plough', 2 single do., garden plough, 2 sets iir.rjwre, I tytifcexfcracft)!;, pli^gi), lifuj; ivntl tt'fl'ggciiiettc "lia'rness; swing fops, ' dairy ntounils, taid a very choioo lot of superior household furniture, horsehair suite, chef fonier, dining, loo, dressing and other tables, washstands and ware, mirrors and toilet glasses, carpets, curtain poles and rings, nickel-plate bedstiads and spring mat trasses, single bedsteads and wnrdrobc,

ovnanieijts,' fenders, rtigfc,' ami" n.')arge quantity of useful furniture and sundries. Stack good new hay. Stack straw do.

A largo quantity of wine and wine casks.

Luncheon.

Sale at 12 o'clock Tuesday, loth February.

For particulars of title apply to J. W. Rymer, Es'qV, solicitor, I}al) Mall,

' ' WEDNESDAY^ltth F^BRUA^YF

PRELIMINARY,

Extensivo Clearing Sale qf MAGNIFICENT

FARMING LAND, RICH PASTURE LAND, the property of Mr. Henry Griffin, of Mologa.

537 Acres Freehold, fronting the Bullock Creek,

and immediately opposite the residence of Mr. Stephens, senr., and joining Mr. Nan

kervis,

320 Acres Freehold, iiy 'the parish of Terrick

Terrink,

L

MACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO.

(Limited) will Sell by Public Auction, on the ground, Mologa, on Wednesday, 17th February,

This valuable property, together with the stock

and fanning implements.

Further particulars m future advertisements.

THURSDAY, 18th FEBRUARY.

ATTRACTIVE SALE of YsjluaVdfiFREEHOLD

PROPERTY, together yvitfi a Superior Herd of Exceptionally Choice 'Dairy ' 04-TTLE, FOUR MILE!? from KERAiSG, and one Mile from the Yeoburn siding on the Kooii drook line, tliq Broperty of Mr, \y,' II, Pippitu whfl is petiri))g'Irf);ij fjaifl'itik'. in

structed "

T MACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO. JLi6 and YEO, TAVERNER and CO. (in con junction) to Sell by Public Auction, on Thursday, ISth February, his beautiful property, comprising

1,280 acres of rich black soil, well watered and

improved, .substantially fenced and well subdivided into most convenient paddocks, rich pasture land, prolific grain growing soil, and unequalled for vines and fruit culture, convenient to market and railway.

AVill be sold in one lot, or divided, as may bo de sired by purchasers.

The stock, etc., as follows:—

160 head choice dairy stock, comprising

40 cows in full proht "1 All picked stock, and

35 head to calvo in April J- san bo highly re

20 do. do. June J commended. 55 head choice heifers and yearlings Horses, pigs, etc.

Spring cart, earth scoop, double and single

ploughs, Harness, churn, dishes and dairy utensils, and a quantity of sundries. The whole for positive sale.

Terms yrry liberal, to be declared at sale,

The sale will start punctually" at tivolvo b'olook, on tho ground, on Thursday, 18th February.

SATURDAY, 20th FEBRUARY.

At One o'clock sharp.

COLTS. COLTS. COLTS.

MACPHERSON, STERNBERG and Co. 6 \yjll hold an Extensive Sale of Colts and Horses of'every'tjtfsfcriptibh at their Hargrtaves street yards, on above date and hour, when they will bfiei'fMsh .draughts of buggy, lorry, carriage and heavy draughts, from the following breedijis;

Messrs. Hill, Graham,'1 Best, Jackson, Young, Johnson and others. Further entries received until jiPlH" Pf sale. ' :V

"^^TVfDf^SDjLY, 2nd MARCH,

COLB1NABBIN.

Great and Extensive Clearing Sale of HORSES,

CATTLE, SHEEP, IMPLEMENTS and

: Suudries.

In tho Estate of tho late George Wendell.

LMACPHERSOnTsTERNBERG and CO.

a have been favored with instructions from the Sandhurst and Northern District Trustees, Executors and Agency Co., and Mr. C. H. Wendell, to Sell on the estate, at Colbinabbin, at 12 o'clock, sharp,

The whole of the farming plant, stock, etc.,

• "consisting of S heavy draught working

horses, ETdraught yearlings, three and four. year"plds, unhroktnf ^G'%ilcK'L'ow3: iii full profit, 7 2-year o]d steers, lb young springers, 15Q fat wethers', 2il9 mixed sheep, 200 fat

lainbs, 250 bags of first-class wheat fit for seed, 500 bags of Algerian and Tartarian Oftts fit for seed.

Implement, etc, Stripper and winnower (by

Munro), reaper and hinder (M'Cormiok), reaping machine, horse, hay rake, seed sower, scoop on wheels, scarifier, 2 double find 2 single ploughs, 2 sets harrows, chaff cuttei' and horseworks, 2 waggons, 2 drays, spring cart, waggonette, 0 sets waggon harness, sets of singlo and double harness, oart harness, etc., IS sets of mixed plough harness, saddle?, bridles, and sundries ot every description; also blacksmith's kit

complete.

Tho auctioneers guarantee that everything is for positive and bmm .tuff sale, as the estate has to be realised according to the deceased Mr. Wendell's will, ,, ,

Lvjicoeoa pi'QYWep,

L

-I

Auctions.

PC KliBIIN Alt Y ANNOUNCEMENT.

"JFTtOR SALE by Auction, on ail* early date, (hie Jlj notice of which will appear in future adver

tisement, the

ROYAL HOTEL, ROYAL HALL, and

Stables, Forest-street, Bendigo.

W...G. B.E.NTLE Y, Auctioneer. 1G31 - - """ THIS DAY. 7

PIGS. PIGS. PIGS. '

BUSCOMBE, MOORE and CO. have received

instructions from Mr. P. Mitel mil, of Piavella, to Sell by Auction, at tlieir pig yards, Charing Cross,

16 pure-bred Berkshire pigs. Pedigrees at sale. BUSCOMBE, MOORE and CO., Auctioneers, Charing Cross, Bendigo. ■

THIS DAY.

IN THE COUNTY COURT AT BENDIGO.

WARRANT OP EXECUTION.

Aulman (executrix) v. Bruhn.

T^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that under J3( and by virtue of this warrant I will cause to bo sold on Thursday, the -1th day of February, 1892, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, on the pre mises, Brubn's Emu Vineyard, Emu Creek,

All the defendant's interest in and to the stock

in-trade of a vigneron, consisting of a quan

tity of colonial wine, a number of casks and. vats, 3 wine presses, 2 grape crushers, quantity: of bricks, 2 horses, buggy, piano, household furniture and sundries.

Terms cash. No cheques taken.

JAMES ALLAN,

County Court Officer. County Court Office,

Bendigo, 30th January, 1892. 1G87

FRIDAY, 5th FEBRUARY,

At Two o'clock,

On the Premises, "Balmoral," Carpenter-street. Clearing Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

and EFFECTS, PIANO by Hoelling and Spangenberg, etc.

all, HOBSON and COv,' under instructions

• from J. Harper, Esq., will Sell by Public

Auction as above, without reserve,

The whole of his household furniture and effects,

included in which are first-class trichord full compass piano by Knelling and Span genberg (nearly new), h/h. suite, round ccdar tables, occasional do, dining and kitchen do., half-tester bedsteads, single bedsteads, bedding, chtffonier, chestdrawers, duchess do., wash-stands and ware, linoienm, and flour cloths, carpets, toilet glasses chairs, colonial sofa, safes, mats, brackets, Hi'jialiieuts, laipps, curtains, trays, crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils, medium sewing machine, pictures, clock, garden hose and large quantity of useful sundries.

The auctiftneers' instructions are to clear every line to the highest bidder. 1740

SATURDAY, Gth FEBRUARY.

At 3 o'clock.

700 ACRES FREEHOLD FARM, In the Loddon Valley, Woodstock.

B O'NEILL and CO. have received instrup

o tiggs from Mr. Thomas Brkgs to Sell "by

Auction on'Vho'above 'date, at tho victoria Hotel, Bendigo.

7b0 acres prime agricultural and grazing land at :

Woodstock, 17 miles from Bendigo: and G miles from Shelbourne Railway Station. The improvements consist of substantial post, rail, and wire fencing, and divided into G convenient paddocks, watered by channel from creek, dams, and wells. Dwell ing and necessary put buildings ; COO acres pje'ated, and haye been moderately culti vated; 200 acres virgin soil, well timbered

with box trees. Tho soil is a rich deep j chocolate, strong wheat growing and rich pastoral land.

To any one wanting a good farm close to mar kets (a creamery and butter factory is already established within four miles, with Bendigo as a . market city for all class of produco and stock) this

farm offers rare facilities as a profitable invest ment. " 10QG'

SATURDAY, Gth FEBRUARY. '

" At Half-past Tltree o'clock,

BENIJfCiO PAWapK'S DAY S,PORTS.

SALE OF PRIVILEGES,

O'is'ImILL 00, liavo received inRtruc

turns from ti|c epmniittec to Sell by Auc tion, pn the aljovudato. at tile Yiotoria'Hotel, Pall Mall,

Privileges for tho above sports— .

No. 1 publican's booth at Grandstand. ■ No. 2 publican's booth on the Hill.

Right to print and sell official programmes.

Full particulars and conditions at sale. 1706

SATURDAY, Gth FEBRUARY,

At Eleven o'clock.

el.

Pfib — Co.'s Liver;' Stables, Mundy-stieet, Bendigo,

. Tiio business plant, material and tools of _ ,

coaelibuilder, consisting of one first-class

express waggon and other vehicles in pro- |

grass, seasoned ash and hickory planks, spokes, hups and rims, ironbark spokes, rvs\i felloes, kauri pine ^d li»<* "wtiOd 'b'ciav'ds, (iin, 'J l and G. flopping, bar iron and steel,

bellows, anvils and smith's tools, drilling , machine, tyre bender and tyring plate, and

various requisites of the trado too numerous | to particularise.

Further particulars apply J. C. Walker and Co., Bendigo. 1GG0

SATURDAY, Gth FEBRUARY,

FRANCIS GRMQND GOLD MINING COM

• T-' pk^Y (NoLiability),

POSTPONED SALE.

LMACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO.

• will Sell by Auction at tho Beehive Ex

change, Bendigo, on Saturday, GthFebruary, 1892, at 4.30 p.m., all Shares from 1 to 30,000 inclusive, on which the 33rd call of threepence per sharo and expenses are then unpaid.

1747 CHRISTOPHER MOO^, Manager,

SATURDAY, Gth "FEBRUARY,-- - •

XWI'-DED WHIP AND" JERSEY MINING

" COMPANY (No Liability).

POSTPONED SALE.

LMACPHERSON, STERNBERG and CO.

a will Sell by Auction at the Beehive Ex

change, Bendigo, on Saturday, Gth Fj §92, at 4.30 p.m., all Shares from 1 to 32,000 inclusive, on which tho G8th call of threepence per shaim and

exponses are then unpaid.

;713 pHIUa-WBilfeR MOORE, Manager

MONDAY, S^h FEBRUARY,

' Bendigo Municipal Yards. ' '

.1,000 RIVERINA EWKSl, eaVly shorn,

111 ftwartl copdition,

JOHN WATSON and" CO. will Sell at the

Bendigo Yards on the abovo date, ■ •

3,000 full mouth Riverina bred ewes, shorn

early in August.

These ewes aro now in good thriving condition, and will 1)0 Hold positively without reserve, in lots to suit purchasers, and on liberal terms.

JOHN WATSON and CO., Auctioneers, Bendigo. 1753

WEDNESDAY, 10th FEBRUARY.

BARINGIIUP AND~MALDON AGRI

CULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE Right to Publican's Booth and Catering

for tne forthcoming Show will be Sold by

Public Auction at the Show Yards, at Baringhup, on 10th February, at 3 p.m. Further particulars to bo had fram the undersigned on or before that

date"

J. M'LAY, Secretary,

Joyce's Creek P.O.

SATURDAY, 13th FEBRUARY,

CAMPBELL'S FOREST.

Important Sale of OLD ESTABLISHED

HOSTELRY,

And 120 ACRES of PRIME AGRICULTURAL

LAND; '

Wd. BENTLEY have been favored with

a instructions'frim P. Graham, Esq,, who

is retiring from'business,' to Sell at the Commercial Room, Victoria Hotel, Bendigo, on the above date at three o'clock p.m ' ' "

The well-known ROYAL MAIL HOTEL,

' situated on the miiin 8\vaii lijll roac], Caipp

bfell's1'Forest, anUl'1^0 qtre^i'f Simile {ig-ri

cultura'I lai'ul. ,T,l'hc hotel.is well and faith fully built of brisk, containing 6 commodious VOOin, exclusive of bar, large cellar, kitchen and store room, stabling dairy and out houses, accommodation yards for sheep and cattle, the whole in flrst-olass order and re pair. The land is all enclosed with good substantial fencing, the greater portion cleared, and is the pick of the justly eelo brated CAMPBELL'S FOREST DIS TRICT, tho whole well watered by never failing springs on the land.

To persons on the lookout for a safe investment of money, the auctioneer invites inspection of the above, and instructions are to sell to the highest

bidder.

Terms at sale.

1709

THE AMERICAN ROAD MACHINE

' OLIVER'S PLOUGHS,

SPRAY PUMPS,

PLANET JUNR. Implements or Parts,

Used for GARDEN, ORCHARD, or VINE

YARD,

May be seen at work and purchased at

CAROLINA PLANTATION, WHITE

HILLS, or at

CAROLIN and CO.'S (Limited) Warehouse

ISP.ar' Railway Station, Bendigo.

TO-DAY at Grovevnor's, all Ladies and Child

ren's Straw Hats, trimmed and untrinimed'

reduced in price.

„ "-T^vi/IXJN agency!

MR. F. L. HUGHES has been appoint

Agent for tho Brntdic;o Advjjiitiskr

Maldon, vice Mr. C, BARRETT resigned.

MACKAY and QQ, BENPIGO ADVKPTIS^F, Ora^1" :

"THE CONSTITUTION ACT AMENDMENT

ACT 1S90"

(54 Vict. No. 1,075, Sees. 166 and 173).

A.D. 1892.

TWENTY-THIRD SCHEDULE (Assembly). ELECTORAL DISTRICT OP SANDHURST

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leaders

JIYRNHERS wanted for Sinking a Dam—open JL till Gth February. A G. Finster, Grassy Flat.

TENDERS Excavating Cellar and Carting

Earth, 2. Button, builder, building corner

Hui'greuves and Williamson streets.

LAZARUS COMPANY, Bendigo.

TENDERS are invited for the Supply and

Delivery of Steel Multitubular Boiler, return

able to tho legal manager (Mr. H. Y. North), Bendigo, on or before midday, the 11th inst. No

tender necessarily accepted. Specifications at my

office.

JOHN DELBRIDGE, M.V.I.E.,

1712 Engineer, Bendigo.

TENDERS are invited until loth February for

erection of Masonic Hall, Inglewood. l^lans

and specifications .to be seen at Mr. T. Phillips, Inglewood, np to '1 p.m. Gth February, and at tVifi Masonic Hall, Collins-street Melbourne, from 8th until 13tl> February. Lowest qv r.ny tender not necessarily accepted. Dnposit, ±'10,. Tenders to be addressed under cover to the Secretary,

Partnerships, Businesses, oto.

IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED, that I have This

' Day admitted my son, II. E. Vahland,

A.R.Y.I.A., as a partner, and the business will in future be carried on under the name of W. C.

Valiland and Son.

Masonic Lodge, Inglewood.

1737'

N O T I (3 E\

Bendigo, 1st January, 18U2.

Meetings

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION.

FORTNIGHTLY Meeting of the Sandhurst

Braneli No. 5, in the Temperance Hall To

night, at 8 o'clock

J. DUNSTAN, President.

W. M'LEAN, Secretary.

THE Monthly Meeting Good Intent Society,

Temperance Hall, 7.30 To-night. 0, I. M.

Milburn, lion. nee.

Coursmg

TO THE COURSING MEN OF BENItfQp,

A MEETING of (^oxit:)eaitP.a dtcskvpvs oji- forming

a Phua]itau of iliu Northern District will

bo hol^ on Friday* th'o 5(h instant, ftt f) p.n>..

Bui-ridge s Beehive All ow men kindly

invited to attend.

1760 T. G. ROBERTSON.

yuoitmg

EAGLEI-IAWK QUOIT CLUB.

A MEETING of the above Club will beheld at

Chunney's Town Kail Hotel on Eridivj;.

the 5th iiMtant', at eight p.m., to frame, vules and

Oth°r business.

1700 THOS. CHENNEY.

KOIiONG YALE AGENQY,

MRS. A. DERBY \\s\s tea appointed Agent

for the B.y.swooi Ad.vertiseb and Wkekly

Auvshtisku at Koi'oi\g Vale, vice Mr. A. ChtuU

iiolmes, resigned,

■ MACKAY and CO. SSNWGQ A»VWXlgI? Ol'i'icv:,

Calls

NEW BEK1IIVE GO 1,1) MINING COM

PANY (No Liability), Maldon.

A CALL (the 71st) of Threepence per Share has

been made 011 the capital of the company, due and payable on Wednesday, 10th February, 1892, at the office of the company, High-street,

Maldon.

1767 WE BROUGHALL, Manager.

DUCHESS TRIBUTE COMPANY

(No Liability).

"VTOTICE.—A Call (the 47th) of Threepence J3I per Share has been made on the capital of the company, due and payable at the company's office, Victoria Chambers, Bendigo, 011 Wednes day, 10th February. 1892.

170S S. H. M'Gowan, Manager. UNICORN GOLD MINES COMPANY

(No Liability).

-&TOTICE.—A Call (the 13th) of Threepence per

1 *3 Shara lias been made on the capital of the company, due and payable at the company's office, City Chambers, High-street, Bendigo, on Wednes day, 10th February, 1S92.

1757 G. A. PETRIE, Manager.

BRITISH NEW CHUM GOLD MINING

COMPANY (No Liability.)

"XTOTICE.—A Call (the ISth) of Twopence per _13i Share has been made on the capital of the company, due and payable at the company's office, City Chambers, High-street, Bendigo, on Wednes day, 10th February, 1S92.

1755 G. A. PETRIE, Manager.

NORTH SHENANDOAH GOLD MINING

COMPANY (No Liability).

"forOTICE.—A Call (the 12th) of Sixpence per JLi Share has been made on the capital of the company, due and payable at the company's office, City Chambers, High-street, Bendigo, 011 Wednes day, 10th February, 1S92.

1500 G, A. PETRIE, Manager.

Dividends.

THE SANDHURST AND NORTHERN DIS

TRICT TRUSTEES EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY (Limited).

-JVTOTICE.—The Dividend at the rate of 5 per

JL* cent, per annum, for the half-year ending 31st December, 1891, is now payable at the office.

1754 JOHN NEESON, Manager.

Election Notices.

- MINING BOARD ELECTION. ~

I HEREBY convene a Public Meeting of the

Electors to be held in the Forester's Hull, Golden-square, on Friday evening next, the 5th. at 7.30. P. Phillips,

Educational,

MB. OTTO KROME, B.A.,

Of St. Andrew's College,

PS prepared to tako Private Pupils in German, L Special attention given to advanced students.

Fees upon application. • 1417

GIRTON COLLEGE.

J^JATRICULATION RESULTS for 1892 :—

Pass—Violet Taylor (2nd pass), Violottc Han cook, Ethel Hill.

Single Subject.—Mary O'Dwyer, German p«ss. Honors—1st class, Modern LlUS'iages—Gena Fawns; 2nd class, Modern Languages, Lilian Maegillivray.

Single Honors.—French and German.—Alico VfjMuiifl. French—Violet Taylor, Violotto Hfvn cock. 'EtViel Hill.

SCHOOL wiiTRE-OPEN

Wednesday, the 3rd February.

The Principals will be at 1»otoq in the afternoon from Monday> the 25th January. 1293

J~H. BRYAN,

, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC,

WILL Receive Pupils for Piano and Singing at

his Music Room, Centre Block, Pall Mill,

' next to Mr. Hall, dentist, on Tuesday, Wednesday

and Friday. Will visit High School M<>«lay-:; and 1 Thursdays, and will give Otfiftfl Lestwiis hi St.

Paul's Church (Saturdays), tost term starting at Music Room, Ti.iqs&vjf,i'Jth January, 1S93, Private address^ Qyoorafl. House, jVIackejizie-streot.

PIANO TUITION.

p. w. H. MAYNARD, Junr., nupil of Mr. , -—L Chas. H. King is prepared to Receive Pupils for Pianoforte, assisted by Mrs. Maynard

Terms moderate.

VIEW-STREET, BENDIGO,

MISS C, IXi'jXI)KKSON, Don-street, is

prepared to take elementary pupils for

pjiwaforte, Terms on application. 1144

INDER-GARTEN and PREPARATORY

SCHOOL, Masonic Hall (ciowiistiuv^) —Classes Re-assemble 2nd February, Principal, Mrs. S. T. King, assisted bv teachers. Private address—2 Hust'tei-s Hill Terrace. 1207

ST.AmmWS COLLEGE.

Principal—G. H. Freeman, M.A.

Acting Principal—W. Paul, M.A.,L.L.M.

Assistant—Otto Krome, B.A.

Preparatory School—Miss Lewers.

SCHOOL Re-opens Tuesday. 2nd February. Nw

pupilsshould attend on 1st February, fvotu 10 to I 12and 2 to 4 for classification. E\vwi>g classes | Mondays and Thursdays, at 7\5|0l

BAGLEHAW High School, Napier-street

i'Kv'.S'M a ight,—Commercial, Public Ser vy\<, Matriculation, ami Pitman* Shorthand. ' ft.riM moderate. prc*>i>ectus on application to

I Park 5 Wan^oiH Napier-street, adjoining

MR. CH. H. KING,

PROFESSOR OF MUSICk

(Organist All

WILL Itesjuue Tuition MONDAY, the 8th

, <•* February. Subjects :—Pianoforte, Violin, Voice Culture and the Theory of Music.

Mr. King, will bo glafl ta train students from intermediate or preliminary stages to concert pj;pfi<?ienijy.

Address—MACKENZIE-STREET.

1752

ST. KILIAN'S SCHOOL.

J. M. FLANAGAN, Headmaster,

CLASSES for Matriculation, Public Servicc i

and general improvement, will be held Tues- I

da>; and Friday evenings, 7.30 o'clock. Past pupils eminently successful at these examinations. JLeachers, Saturday morning.

Quarter begins Tuesday, 2Gth January.

j.erms at Mrs. Fairlie's M'Crae-street, 1020

GRAMMAR SCHOOL,

BARNARD-STREET.

Headmaster—Arthur J. Pearce

rM nijmrlyT>Sl'IX:ri"ttl!(,,;ntrJIiss Davi.

S^.?2ndF°enaryfterthe ™T—

Evening Classes for Matriculation, Public Ser

scholat'^eivS;3'3 Thursd;lys- State-school

For all information apply headmaster.

HIGH SCHOOL.

Principal.—J Glen Oliphant.

Vice-prmcipal—J. A, De flavin. . Lady Principal—Mis, Oliphant.

Ml'B^h.S_J- H- M-Hindmarsh,

Opens 2nd February. Evenin" classes MPMiVwsfuid Thursdays, 7 to ilT lt ta

from all '"h PUpili3 s?d'T? lar?er number than ITom all Jie other schools 111 Bendigo.

MODERN LANGUAGES

GERMAN, FBENC^r^t^^SSu,.

|A,1 House, rv lieudigo, Translator of

V*i Bexdico

at their residences.

Sehool of Mines. German—Tues n ^i t0,o p.m.; Saturdays, 2 to d^ll T7ioJnasdays- 1 to 5 p.m. ; Satur days, 11 a.m. to 12 noon, 4 to 5 p.m. ; Latin— lorfn V" x' nda>'3' 10 to 11a.m. See pros

V™11"?, oIasses at Class Koom 7t^ m <■ owur' *uesd»y» and Thusdays, LjTf.vlue?t cc?nvers;atl0n in Gennan, Frencl; ^^Italmi^injM'ivate lessons, a specialty.

REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS!

PREVIOUS TO STOCK-TAKING.

s.. d.

Ladies' Patent Court Shoes ... ... S H Clark's Eatent Strap Shoe" ... ...... 2 H Men's Strong Nailed p«»te ... . . 511 Gents' Calf bides ... • ... C 9 Gei\t* OaM ISnmowil? . . . ^ 0 11 Geiit4'-Cal£ Gplogh Balmorids, se\vn ... 8

1 Girls.' High l,pg Calf B.'dmorals, 2s Gd, 3s 6d

'•fefHV ' ■

Lfidies' Emiey Slippers 1 Infanta' Shoes and Boots, 9d and Is

W. CAPEWELL,

Opposite the PostotRce.

PALI, MALI., BENDIfiO

A N T E ^ Iv N Q W N

I J. E. BTJCHAN,

j TAIItOPv and OUITITTF""^ ! Bath Corner, Bo*Ki|g0.

I SUITS TO '.HOASURE.

! Our well-known 3",t, Style and Finish unsur j passed in the District.

I A very Larce "Variety of the Newest Patterns of

TWEED COATING, TROUSERINGS,

and SUITINGS, always in stock.

MACINTOSHES and OVERCOATS

a Specialty.

Funereal

T. SAYER,

UNDERTAKER BRIDGE-STREET.

Conducts

FUNERALS

At the

LOWEST PRICES

Hearses, mourning coaches

And all Funeral Requisites.

CONTRACTOR for the BENDIGO HOSPITAL

and ASYLUM.

COFFINS ALWAYS READY.

VV. H. OAKLEY,

JjJlURNISIIING ^JXDERTAKEi:,

BRIDGE-STREET Established 1853.

All Funeral Requirements Supplied.

¥

W. FARMER,

URNISHINGUNDERTAKER

M'Crae-street

FUNERALS

Attended to at the

CHEAP E ST PRICES. Coffins any Size in Ten Minutes.

THE Friends of the late Mr. WILLIAM

EMMERSON are respectfully invited to

Follow his Remains from his late residence Nolan street to the Bendigo Cemetery. Funeral to move at four o'clock This Day.

THOMAS SAYER, Undertaker,

1760 Bridge-street.

Notices.

CHARLES COOK; HOMCEOPATHIST,

HIGH-STREET, BENDIGO

Consultation from 9 a.m to 12 noon and from

2 p.m. to C p.m.

DR. H. PAINTER SLOGGETT

L.M. and L K.Q.C.P. Ireland, Diplomat®

State Medicine, M.R.C.S. England, etc.;

Late Resident Surgeon of the Victorian Eye and

Ear Hospital, Melbourne;

Also of

St. Mark's Ophthalmic Hospital, Dublin, and th

Cardiff Eye and Ear Infirmary.

MAY BE CONSULTED FOR DISEASES

of the

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,

At IS Collins-streut, Melbourne

Dr. Sloggett will visit Bendigo for consults" tion every first and third Saturday in each month, from 11 to 3 o'clock, at the Shawwck Hotel, Pall Mali 2127

VISITORS TO MELBOURNE.

IT will Pay you to consult Mr. A. E.

BENNETT, Dental Surgeon, for all dental

operations. Noweat Painless Methods, Artificial Teeth, American and English, on gold, vulcanite, and Other plates, from us; Sets, upper or lower, £2 10s. Fit and natural appearance guaranteed.

Special.—Tooth crowns, without plates; Laugh ing Gas, Cocaine, etc. Chloroform operations ciwefullv performed, best medical attendants.

Letters attended to. Address, 7S Gertrude street, Fitzroy, one door from Brunswick-street.

15715

MANNING'S SPICE MANNING'S SPICE MANNING'S SPICE

KEEPS BIRDS in HEALTH and CON

DITION.

WILLIAM MANNING.

POULTRY and SEED MERCHANT.

Hargreaves and M'Crae streets, Bendiga.

Winner of over 2U0 prizes.

FOR SALE, Ink Casks suitable foi ferns

etc. Apply this oltice.

THE FARMERS'

CASH DRAPERY COMPY.,

HARGREAVES-STREET, Next Sprenger and Unmaek's M. J. Fogarty, Manager.'

AND J. H. HAY are Showing Ladies' Blouse Bodies at Is Hi. Only a few left,

OUR SENSATIONAL

PRICES

ATTRACT THE PEOPLE.

THE FLOOR SPACE of our Establistaucnft

has been Considerably Enlarged, to effec

tively display the

UNLIMITED BARGAINS OFFERED.

Our Sales are a success. Wo keep faith

with the public.

During the Sale our patrons are supplied with

TRAM TICKETS.

COME EARLY AND OFTEN

THE PRICES WILL CONVINCE YOU.

Trams stop opposite

"THE EXHIBITION."

PARRY & CO.,

VIEW POINT. 1698 CURE FOR ALL.

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UNIVERSAL PATRONAGE.

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This Ointment \viU euro when every other in-.ins have failed. It is a sovereign remedy for all derangements of the throat and chest. Settled

coughs or wheezing will be promptly removed by

rubbing in this ungent.

BAD LEGS, BAD BREASTS, OLD WOUNDS, SORES

AND ULCEUS.

It is surprising how quickly a sore, ulcer or wound deprives tho body of its health, and unfits it for the duties of life ; and it is no less wonderful, to watch the effect of Holloway's Healing Oint ment, when it is used according to the printed directions, and assisted by appropriate doses of the

pills.

GOUT AN1> RHEUMATISM

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PILES, FISTULAS, ASl) DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.

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Chapped! Hands Sore Throats

Contracted and Stiff Skin Diseases.

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BEWARE OF ALL COMPOUNDS

Styled

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With "New York" label.

ROCHESTER AGENCY.

TV/STR. A. FULLER has been appointed Agent ivJL for the Bkndigo Advkiitisei; at Rochester. Papers delivered promptly, and advertisements received for insertion in the Advertiser.

MACKAY and CO. Ar.vER-riKRi: Okktoh.

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