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CtuiYpania .... Jerusalem . 'Flat Top'.....'... »Jericho ....... Oatlands.

|"Tunb'ridge ...

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_"Cleveland- .... 17 fl ^Epping Forest. Il7 6'Snake Banks.

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Launceston».... By.L.'&W. Ky. Perth. Longford.. Wtutbùry,.;..;...

Moraine....:....

At places marked thus *., trains only stop to set down or | take np .passengers, and pass "or stop at places marked ¿

Intermediate fares-3d. first class, 2d. second I claaá, per mile. 841bs. luggngq first class, and Blilba. second doss, wearing apparel only, ullowed /ree. Excess luggage Is. Od. per 281bs. through. Cliildren under 12 half-price. For conditions of transport and goods, parcels, and live stock, etc. rates, see Company's table. Return tickets

issued at one and a half single fares, available I next day, for distances np to 25 miles ; two clear days allöwed-fot1'distances np to 50 miles ; three

clelir days' for 120 uiiíés ; ' and eight clear days j for'Ëvaûdale Juncíjon or Launceston.

ßy.order,.

O. H. GltANT.

Main Line Bailway Offices,

1st'January;'1Ô77."''"' 3810

(ASMANIAN MAIN LINE RAILWAY.

In addition to the Ordinary Train ¡Service

NIGHT TRAINS, running in conjonction with

tho Melbourne steamers, leave Launceston for Hobart Town at 7 p.m. on WEDNES- DAY*, the 21st prox. ; arriving in Hobart

Town at 8 -40 a. in. NIGHT TRAINS leave Hobart Town for Launceston at 7 p.m. on MONDAY, the 19th; and THURSDAY, the 22nd prox. ; airrving in Launceston at 7'40 a.m. These Ti ama stop at all Stations and Sidings if required, and rest the night at Antill Ponds, wheie improved and ample sleeping accommodation has boen provided. Detailed time tables may be seen, and all information obtained, at the Railway Stations, and ut the'General Offices,

By older,

0. H. GRANT,

Goneial Manager. Main Line Railway Offices,

20th February, 1877. 1750

T) A G E'S NIGHT COACHES.

The MAIL COACHES leave the Office, Hobart Town, at 6-20 p.m. ai usual. 3619

PAGE'S COACHES leave the Cornors and

George's Bay daily at th« usual hours, until further notice.

8653 W. GRAHAM.

THE T.S.N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS

will leave as under :

"SOUTHERN CROSS,"from Hobart Town, TBIS DAY, the 19th inst., at 4 p m., for

Melbourne.

" TASMAN," from Hobart Town, on TUES- DAY, 20th inst, at 12 Noon, for Sydney.

"MANGANA," from Lnnncoaton, on TUESDAY, 20th nut, at 3 p.m., from bar with English mail, for Melbourne.

"DERWENT," from Launceston, on FRIDAY, 23rä inst., at 7 a m from bar (waiting at Rosevears for Hobirt Town mail), tor Melbourne.

"TAMAR" from Hobart Town, on SATUR- DAY, 24th inst., at 12 noon, for Melbourne.

EDWARD J. FREEMAN,

5211 Manager.

ITEAM TO AND FROM NEW NORFOLK.

The Steamer LEAVES New Norfolk every Monday! Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday Mornings at half-past 7 o'clock.

The Steamor LEAVES Hobart Town every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday After- noons at 3*30 p.m. ; and Saturday Afternoon at 2 o'plook until further notice.

Saloon, Now Norfolk, 4a. Bridgewater, 2s.

Steerage, ' " 3s. " la. Cd.

Return Tickets, one-half the above extra.

1678

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

The Company's Steamship

" A S S A M,"

Under contraot with the Victorian Government

for the convoyanco of H.M. mails,

Will be despatched from the Williamstown Rail« way Pier for Point de Gallo, calling off Glenolg Mid at King George's Sound, on THURSDAY,

22nd Maroh, 1877, at 2 o'clock p.m.,

Taking also passengers, cargo, and parcels for Europe, Egypt, India, China, and Japan.

The Local Agonts aro authorised to receive

passage money.

For information on all subjects connected with the company's various lines apply to

JUSTIN BROWNE & CO., Agents,

27, New Wharf, Hobart Town.

MESSRS. MONEY WIGRAM «fe SON'S

(Of Blackwall Yard, London,)

LINE OF STEAM & SAILING PACKETS,

Will be despatched from the Sandridge Railway Pier, FOR LONDON DIRECT, as follows :

Ship. , (Jomnuuder. S.S. BOMEItSKT

8 H lit E (Via Capo!

of Good Hopo) .IH. F. Bolt

ESSEX.ij. Oumming S.S. DURHAM.IF. Audorsou B.8.NOKTHUMBEK

T LAND.H. H. Shhinor lilNCOLNSHIKE.'Ed. Davos

S.S. KENT.O. F. Gibbs

Mnroh 17 March 23 Apiil l8

Jiyio Iß

Juno 30

August 4

Their accommodations for all classes of pas- sengers are unsurpassed, and they will eaoh oarry »n experienced Surgeon. Sailing from the San- dridge Railway Pier. The Saloons are fitted with the necessary fixed Cabin Furniture.

Passage Orders are issued to persons desirous of sending for their frieuds from home on appli- cation to the undersigned.

Passage Money, £10 aud upwards. A Liberal Allowance to families.

Return Ticket« aro granted at roduood rates. Fóé all particulars apply to

11 W. SIDDELEY & CO.,

XLsvU W. P. White * do.)

1036 10, KUalMthfjtntAiiwth, HaHxmiM.

F F

OR SYDNEY DIREC T.-The fine Barque

"0 0 E A N I A,"

R FIRTH, Master. For freight or passage, apply on board, or to

2373_BELBItT AND DOWDELL

TTIORLYT TÏÏLtON DIRECT.- The favourite

Barquo " PET.J' 400 Tons,

J A MANN, Mastor, will sail fpr tho above 'port on TUESDAY, 20th inst Has superior accommodation for Cabin and Steerage passen- gers Apply to the OaDtam on board, or to

2141_H_B EVANS.

OR HOKITIKA DIRECT.-The

brigantina

" LIZZIIj! GUY "-94 Tons,

HENRY PRIFST, Mastor, will sail for the above port on FRIDAÏ next.

For freight or passage apply to the Master on

board.

Constitution Dock 2372

OR GEORGES BAY DIRECT.-The

regular trader

'' "ST HELEN'S,"

R. A HALL, Master, will sail for the above port on TOHbDaY MGflT.

Has first olass accommodation for passengers. For freight or passage apply to

ISAAC WRIGHT,

New Wharf, in VAfjent.

15th March, 1877. 2293"

OR SALIi OR OHARrtiK, B¥ P1UVA1E

C0NT1U0T.

F

The well known and fast sailing brigantine

"Z E P H Y R,"

Just returned from Kalpara with a cargo of pine.

For full particulars apply to

2248 W SHERWIN, Liverpool street

ACCINATION.

CHILDREN will be VACCINATED

GRATUITOUSLY every FRIDAY Morning, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, at the Building adjoining BHOAMAND HOUSE, in Collina-stroet, and nearly opposite to Page's

Coach Oflico.

GEORGE TURNLEY.

February 12th, 1877._1385

VTtriLXlJSbu^'a Vu-(prJS I'Au Lu.

WORM LOZENGES,

An immediate and agvoeable Remedy for all 1 ' descriptions of ' ' '

INTERNA'L WORMS.

Prepared and Sold only by

WILKINSON,

CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,

66, ELIZABETH-STREET,

TTOJURT T/nytr. S4R4

A PATON MILLER, Pharmaceutical

, Chemist, Murray-street, invites inspec- tion of the following goods, just opened out, ex "Luna":-Tortoise-shell Dressing Combs, Darlow's Magnotino Appliances, Kent's Tooth and Nail Brushes, Florence Oil in flnskB^Rendali's Theobromine, Tamar Indion, Fragrant Kloriline, Pears' Glycerins Soup, Sponge Bags (check and Indian cloth). 3455 '

[A OAHU]

mEETH! TEETH! TEETH

MESSRS. LOW AND GOUGH,

SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL

DENTISTS,

44, COLLINS-STREET, HOBART TOWN,

Opposite T. Westbrook's Auction Mart.

_8190

Ä D L I Y ' I

SHIP HOTEL.

GEO. E. HOPE,

PROPRIETOR.

First-clasi Accommodation for Commercial Travellers, Visitors, and Families.

H

Baths, Billiards, etc , etc.

'. TABLE D'HOTE, 1 v M. DAILY.

_1790

CUR, RIB'S CLUB HOTEL,

MUHKAY-STREBT, HOBART TOWN.

A COMMERCIAL AND FAMILY HOTEL,

Centrally Situated. Families from the neigh- bouring Colonies will lind in this Establishment every comfort of a home. Private Apartments.

Baths on the Premisos. Billiards.

A TABLE D'HOTE DAILY,

At half-past 1 o'olock.

Firat-class LIVERY SIAKI.ES attached to the

premises.

8875 E. GURRTE, Proprietor.

USB HOTEL, NEW NORFOLK.

The undersigned having RE-OPENED the above establishment, tho public generally and visitors from the neighbouring colonies aro respectfully infoimed that every comfort will be provided for their accommodation, combined with MODERAT BJ C ti ARGES. The proprietor would therefore solicit a share of patronage and support, guaranteeing that every endoavour will

be mude to merit the same.

1246_O. BLOOKEY.

fA CARD. J

O VISITORS.

T

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION

S

ARGYLE HOUSE,

109, AROYLE-STREET.

(Corner of brisbane-stroet).

BATHS, PIANOS, Em

December nth,. 1876. 8416

TONE GENEVA

OP A

SUPERIOR QUALITY,

In Stone Bottles,

EDWARD CHANCELLOR,

' WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT,

_10, Elizabeth-street. 2358

UoiUAJu lJNbi,KUUlltJi> AINU

PIANOFORTE TUNING.

M

PIANOFORTES and HARMONIUMS tuned in town or country ; single tunings, 5s. ; Instruments kept in tune by the year, £11«.

Country chargea according to distance.

LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE AND HARMONIUM.

E. ABBOTT,

78 Murray-street,

4338_Hobart Town.

ALFRED WINTER, Photographer, 23,

Elizabeth-street ; Photographs of all kinds taken in iirat-olasa style, and in any weather. Seale of charges : Card Portraits, 10s. per dozen; colouring, Is. each. Ferrotype Cards (may be had in ten minutes), Is. each ; colouring, 6d. each. Children's Portraits taken instantaneously. Tasmanian Views, a largo variety, at a eheapor rate than any other house. 134Q

IASMAISIAN STEAM JOlNBiUY WORK*.

T

J. BURGESS,

BUILDER,

Opposite the Union Chapel, Bathurst-atreet

Panel Doora, from 15«. each ; Glased Salbei,

from 9a. per pair.

April lit, 187«. «l8

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS.

r_i_:__j_:_'.- ' . T M M I Q R A T| I O, N,.

The Agents of tho Board 6f immigration in London are,-" The Emigrant and Colonists' Aid Corporation, Limited," 25 Qneen' Anne's, ,Gate, Westminster, 0. Dugald Buckler, Esq., Secretary, to whom all applications for ',' Land Order Warrants," as well as general information about tho Colony, should bo addressed.

Messrs. Allport and Morgan, 7 Leadenhall street, London, E.G., Agents'for Messrs. Money Wigram and Sons' Line of Steamers, and Messrs. Gibbs, Bright, and Co., James-street, Liverpool, or Thomas Irving and Company, 17 Gracechnrch-street, London, Agents for the " Black Ball and Eaglo" Line, of Packets, and the " Liverpool and Australian Navigation Com- pany," nndortake to provide Free Passages for the holders of Bounty Tickets from the port of embarkation to Hobart Town or Launceston, as may be desired.

,,.,, h JB. TRAVERS £OLLY,

Secretary to the.Board ana immigration Agent.

Hobart Town,

30th October, 1875.

LAUNCESTON AND-WESTERN 1 RAILWAY.

TENDERS FOR SLEEPERS.

THE UNDERSIGNED Í3 instructed to invite TENDERS for FIFTEEN'HUNDRED'(1500) SLEEPERS, 0 inches by 4¿ inches, 9 feet long, free from Bap and heart, bluo gum or stringy bark ; soparate Tenders for both of which will be received. Delivery taken ot auy station on

tho line.

Five hundred (500) Sleepers to be delivered before tim 30|,h J uno, und the balance by the 30th AugUBt

Tenders to be accompanied by a cash deposit

of Ten Pounda.

The lowest or any Tonder not necessarily accepted.

Tenders will be received until NOON on MONDAY, the 20th hist.

R. W. LORD,

f m w Manager.

L

ANDS AND WORKS' OFFICE,

14th March, 1877.

SALES OF CROWN LANDS and LICENSES FOR PASTORAL PURPOSES will tnko place at Hobart Town, Launceston, and Latrobe, on the 3RD OP MAY, 1877.

(Signed) H. J. HULL,

Doputy-Commissioner of Crown Lands.

LIVERPOOL & LONDON A GLOBE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

The attention of the Public ia invited to the following statement, showing the finanoial condi- tion of the Company :

' Invested Oamtal. £3,538,000

Life Reserve Fund. £2,081,000

Fire and Life Policies issued, and claims adjustod^ and paid by

1 ALLPORT, ROBERTS, <b ALLPORT,

Agents, Hobart Town, 1st January 1870. 3869

HOBART TOWN AND LAUNCESTON

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. ' Capital, £63,800. Established 1836.

Office : Stone Buildings, Hobart Town,

DIRECTORS.

John Murdoch I W. Crosby

Henry Pearce | Thomas Giblin

James Barnard

MICHAEL EVANS, Managtr. Á. F. MANING, Aeeountant. HENRY DOBSON, Solicitor. D. MACMILLAN, Surveyor.

Branch Office at Melbourne; 20, Market

' Buildings, Market-Btreet.

Agent* at London-MESSRS. FENWICK & Co,

16-68

VT IO TO RIA FIRE AND MARINE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Agency, 27 New Wharf.

Capital £200,000. Established 1840.

Ohjiirman-HON. HENRY MILLER, M.L.O.

tfarlne and Fire Risks at Current Rates.

JUSTIN BROWNE à CO., Agenta,

Hobart Town. 6078

DERWJj.JN'1 AND 1'AMAK it'lKJi ANJJ

MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1838. Capital £100,000.

DIRECTORS.

B. B. Tonklb, Esq. i Geo. Salier, Esq.

Isaac Wright, Esq. | Jamos Bayley, Esq.

' Hon. A. Keanerley, Esq., M.L.O.

Manager.-C. M. MAXWELL, Esq. Accountant.-T. M. EVANS, Esq. ¿Solicitor.-HENRY DOBSON, Esq.

Marine 8'irveyor.-Jons WATSON, Esq. Agent:-Launceston-O. J. WBBDON & Co.

Melbourne-JAMES JBKNTY & Co. Sydney-A. L. PARK, Esq.

Loudon-RICHARDSON BROS. & Co.

_1681-17

A3MAN1AN FIRE AND LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Capital, £62,300.' Established 1835.

Office, Stone Buildings, Macquorie-atreet,

Hobart Town.J DIRECTORS.

W. Oroiby f ' Thomas Giblin O. T. Belstoad I Henry Cook

James Barnard.

MICHAEL EVANB, Manager. A. F. MANING, Accountant. HENRY DOBSON, Solicitor.

Englue Station, Hobart Town : Mr. E. Maher,

corner of Melville and Argyle streets.' '

Branch Office at Melbourne : 20, Market

Buildings, Market-street. 16-68

H

E N R Y COOK,

ELIZABETH-STREET,

GENERAL IMPORTER,

Solo Agent in Tasmania for Poaoook and Buchan'» celebrated Paints and Composition, for

ship's bottoms, and house painting. Ready mixed in tina of 7 lb. and 3 lb.

Prices : Nos. 1,2, and 4, for ships' bottoms, 93a. per cwt No 3, for house painting and general use, 84s. per owt.

'lheso parnta dry very quickly, leaving a bright surface, and are now very largoly used in all parta of the World. 444

TOSEPH GILLOT T'S

CELEBRATED

, STEEL PENS.

Sold bj all Stationen throturhont ti» world.

447 M-1S-ÍT

H

OBART TOWN DEBATING AND

LITERARY ASSOCIATION.

THE ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE

HOBART TOWJT DEBATING AND

LITERARY ASSOCIATION

Will be held " ' THIS EVENING, MARCH 19TH,

** / l

ST. JOHN'S SOHOO,X-ROOM,

Mac¡u&rie-&treet, at 7'30 Bharp.

23G4 E. IVEY,JHon. Seo '

T>REAM CREEK R^)AD,'r DISTRICT.

Notice is Hereby Given'j^hat a

MEETING OF THE LANDHOLDERS

/ v

OE THE Di- ti

BREAM CREEK ROAD ^STRICT

T I

WIM, BE HELD AT1

BREAM CREEK SCHOOL HOUSE

' r ia

ON 1

SATURDAY, 7TH APRJL, 1877,

At 10 o'clock, a m  

For the purpose of electing the Trustees for the ensuing year, the retiring Trustees being Messrs. ]. W.J. Allenbyby W. Ridgefield, and R.

C. Jenkins.'"

- R. C. JENKINS,

2310 Chairman.

/QUEENBOROUGH ROAD DISTRICT.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Trustees of the Road District of Queenborough have fixed SATURDAY, 14th April, 1877, at a quartet to 2 o'clock p m , at the Traveller's Rest, Sandy Bay, for the Landholders of the abovo Road District to elect Three Trustees in place of Messrs. John Murdoch, William 'Thomas, and Richard Backhouse, who retire in accordance with the provisions of tho Cross and Bye Roads

Act.

Dated this 13th day of Mardi, 1877.

GEORGE LUCKMAN,

2309 ' Chairman

T

O TBE MEMBERS oi TUP AUSTRALIAN

MUTUAL PROVIDENT SUCfKTY.

I bog to iuform you that I am a CANDIDATE for the Office of AUDITOR, vacant at the Annual Meeting in April noxt, and respoctfully solicit your voits. it

Tne ¡Sooioty has now grown to such dimensions that the Audit is a matter of great importance.

GEO. G. DICKENSON^

Publio Accountant, 64, Pitt-street, Sydney.

PROXY FORMS lie at tho Office of thÎB newspaper ready for signature by Members desirous of tina opportunity to exercise their votes for the Auditorship. 2270

IN THE ESTATE OF AUGUSTA OHAULK

BAUDIN ET, formerly of Kent's Group, afterwards of Hobart Town, Tasmania, widow, deceased.

ALL PERSONS having any CLAIMS against the Estate of the above-named deceased, are requested to forward such claims to the under- signed forthwith;

0. C. GREENE,

Nicholson-street, Bairnsdale, in the Colony of

Victoria, Proctor for Frauk K. C. B.iudinet, the Administrator of the Estato of the said deceased in Victoria. 2305

I HEREBY AUTHORISE MR.WM.

STEWART to collect all DEBTS duo to

me ; and furthermore appoint him'Sole Manager of my business. '

WILLIAM WILSON, SEN,

Soap and Candle Manufacturer,

Harrington-street. February 22nd, 1877. ' 1C77

IF STANLEY MOORE, son of the late

SAMPSON MOORE, North Foundry, Cotton street, Great Howard-street, Liverpool, will com- municate with HENRY JACKSON, 2, Brookes Alley, Liverpool, he will hear of something to his advantage. 2181      

INFORMATION REQUIRED concerning

CHARLES HOLT,'a native of Manchester, luigland ; left Sydney for Hobart Town about 50 years ago.' Any information'concerning him will be thankfully received at The' Mercury Office. ' * 1757

c

U T I O N.

I hereby caution all porsons against harbouring my 'wife, AGNES LffMAN, or BATES, being'under age, some evil person or persons having enticed her from her home for some bad purposes.

' I further caution all housekeepers _ from harbouring my wife in their dwellings without being authorised by me after this date. Persons so offending will be brought boforo' the Supremo Court, and aro liable to receive a sentenco of two

years.

Signed by me,

JOHN LITMAN.

19th March, 1877. 2374

w

HEAT AND BARLEY.

The Undersigned will be a constant CASH BUYER of prime samples of Wheat and Barley during the Soason.

11 E. J. WALKER. Walker's Flour Mill and Brewery,

Barrack-street. ' 1880

m I N ORE.

HENRY BEIT AND CO.,

02, MAItOAnKT-8TRBET,

SYDNEY AND LONDON.

Ores bought and sold on Commission. Tele- grams promptly attondod to. Account Sales and Remittances prompt. 1225

N ORE.

T

T M

The UNDERSIGNED is a CASH BUYER at current rates free of Commission.

' A. G. WEBSTER. Old Wharf,

March'2nd, 1877. 1923

¡THOMAS LOVELLE,

WHOLESALE

FRUITERER AND COMMISSION AGENT,

George and York-street Markets, Sydney, Personal attention paid to all consignments. Account Sales promptly rendered, 700!)

Y ADDRESS after this dato is Douglas _ Park, Campbell Town. A. FINLAY.

March 19th, 1877._2347

EEWARD.-TEN SHILLINGS will be given

i to any person who will give such informa- tion as will load to tho conviction of the person who maliciously threw a stone through my par- lour window at half-past ten on Saturday night; also about tho same hour the previous ¡saturday night. Mrs. ALLWR1GBT, 105, Collins-street, _'_2362

LOST on the stairs at the entrance to the

dross cirolo at the Theatre Royal, on Friday evening last, a BLACK FAN. The finder will be rewardod on returning the same to Mr. J. BID ENCOPE, Murray-Btreet. 2361 LOST, on Friday night, at front entrance

to Theatie, a SEALSKIN TOBACCO PuUCH, with initials on cltsp-" R.J.R. to J.StD." The finder, upon returning same to

Mci ctmj Oftice, will be rewarded._ LOST, betweou 101, Macquarie-atreet and the

Theatre, a TOPAZ RING, set with pearls. The finder will be rewarded._2368

FOUND ob the 17th ina t., on my pre-

mises, a SHEEP. The owner can have it by describing it if he pays the damage done by it moa the price of tins advertisement. ANN ALLAN, Dftlloi Ant», Sam Town Road. 3365

c

HEAPSIDE HOUSE

SNOWDEN'S FOR BLACK-» SILKS

i n i o

SNOWDEN'S FOR DRESS MATERIALS.

i f 1 ut rta

QNOWDEN'S FOR PRINTS, BOOTS. QNOWDEN'S FOR fLÜWBRS, LACES SNOWDEN S FOR, COLLARS, CUFFS

ST

NOWDEN'S FOR TOILET QUILTS.

S

NOWDEN'S FOR TABLE DAMASKS.

S

NOWDEN/â FOR RIBBONS, SCARFS.

S

NOWDEN'sJ FOR SILK UMBRELLAS,. NOWDEN'S FOR DIAPER, LINENS NOWDEN'S FOR WHITE CALICOES

S

NOWDEN S FOK MOURNING GOODS

g

NOWDEN'S FOR TOWELS, SHEEIINGS

QNOWDEN'S FOR STAYS, CORSETS

S

NOWDfcN'S FOR HOblERY, VELVETS.

QNOWDEN'S FOR WOOL, TWEEDS,

SNOWDEN'S DOR MEN'S GOATS

7205

Q I L K fc> ! ! SILKS!'

CLOSE OF THE SEASON.

E. & R. ROBERTSON

Aro now offering the whole of their Stock of

COLOURED SILK DRESSES at the

following greatly reduced

prices .

No. 1.-50 Dresips at 3s. 3d. per yard ; former

puco Is. (id. '?

No. 2.-70 Dresses at 4s. 3d. per yard ; former

price 6s. 6d. ' '

No 3 - Moire* Antiques at £5 6s. ; former

puce £7 7s.

117, LIVERPOOL-STREET. 2351 m HE UNDERSIGNED

Takes this opportunity to

INFORM THE PUBLIC GENERALLY

That he has by recent importations added close

upon Two Thousand

2,000 YARDS OF BLISS' TWEEDS,

IN EVERY SHADE OF COLOUR,

To his already Extensive

STOCK OF COLONIAL AND OTHER

TWEEDS.

Tb eso having been boughton most advantageous toi ms, the public are hereby invited to supply

thomselves with a really

GOOD ARTICLE AT A LOW PRICE.

As a chance of this kind so seldom occurs, a vory

largo Bolo IB confidently expected.

N B -Purchasers of a sufficient quantity for a Boy's or Man's Suit, will be supplied with' a

Pattern Gratis.

"j. B I D E N C O P E,

MURRAY-STREFT. 8985

, & 90 LIVERPOOL-STREET. NEW GOODS.

76,

W. F. B R O W N E L L

Is now unpacking

NEW GOODS

1 !

rou TUB

AUTUMN SEASON,

AMONGST WHICH ABE

1 Case Ladies' President Cloth Jackets

2 Cases Wool Phawls, 7s. fid. to 65s. each 1 Case Felt Skirts, 7s. 6d. to 20s. " *

1 Case Black Quilted Alpaca and Italian

Skirts

1 Case Fiench Morinoes, Is 9d. to 3s. 9d.

2 Cuses Dress JW atonal)

1 Case Black ¿ilk Velvets, 7s. to 17s. 6d

per yard, for Ladies' Velvet Jackets, etc, excellent value

1 Case Black and Coloured Velveteens 1 Case Silk Plush and Terry Velvets

1 Case Blue Waterproof and Black Mantle

Cloths

1 Case Black and Brown Dogskin »nd Seal-

skin

3 Bales Blankets, all sires, 7s. Cd. to 55s.

per pair

1 Bale White and Scarlet Flannels 1 Case Crimean Flannels

5 Coses Ladies' Kid Boots

2 Cases Children's Patent Leather Shoes 1 Case Fur-lined Velvet Slippers

' 3 Cases Men's and Youths' Clothing

Men's and Youths' Hats, newest shapes Railway Wrappers, 14s. Cd. to 30s.

&o., &o., &o.

IN THE CARPET DEPARTMENT,

In addition to a Largo General Stock of Tapostry, Brussels, and Kidderminster

20 Packages India Matting, from 9$d. to

Is. 9d.

3 Ditto Stair Carpets

1 Case Stair Oilcloth, 7U1. por yard, to

clear out

Duor Mats, Hearthrugs

Carpets made and rooms fitted, if re-

quired. 1933

IRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! CHEAP SALE ! CHEAP SALE !

F

D. SARGEANT

Begs to acquaint the public generally that the

Cheap Sale of Soiled and Damaged Goods, caused by tho late fire in Livorpool-street, is still yeing on.

Good Calicoes soiling at 4$d. per yard Superior «hite ditto, 5s. 3d. doz, i Brown Sheeting, 9d. Bod Ticking, 7id. Holland, 6d.

A few pieces Black Silk, from 2B. 4d. per yard BoBt quality Prints, (¡¿d.

White Molo Trousers, 5s. per pair.

D. SA R G E A N T,

OLD SAVINGS BANK DRAPERY AND

CLOTHING MART,

99, LIVERPOOL-STREET.

5705

ANOTHER VICTORY

AT THE

CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION,

PHILADELPHIA.

Two Medals and Two Diplomas of Honour

Awarded to the

WHEELER & WILSON COMPANY.

For SEWING MACHINES unsurpassed for workmanship, great originally, great adapta bility to difforont kinds of work in cloth and leather, for beauty of stitch, and rapidity of motion, inspect the New No. 8 Machines Warranted to give satisfaction.

BEST FAMILY FRIEND HAND SHÜTTLI

MACHINES, cannot be surpassed, unex coptionable references. PRICE £4 4a.

\VBIKLY PAYMENTS are so fixed as to place

Machines WITHIN THE REACH or Au FAMILIES.

JOHN SEM P Ii B,

SOLE AGENT.

AYUKIBI HOUSE,1 66 LrvEBrooL-«TK«rr,

8688

TUST RECEIVED, I Ex "Lufra" and "Southern Craw." ! i '

DINNER SETS, various patterns, from 80 to

! 169 pieces ' ' '? ' \ ' J '

I Sqperior TOILET WARE, with Sponge-bowls

and'Candlesticks to match

Mrtal-covered TEA POTS and JUGS

Ordinary and Superior TABLE JUGS

CUPS and SAUCERS, GLASSWARE, CUT

, TUMBLERS

i ELECTRO-PLATED WARE, -SUPERIOR

' MUSICAL BOXES, FANCY TOILET

SETS, VASES, and LUSTRES, in great variety ' '

CHILDREN'S FANCY and PORCELAIN

'J'KA'SKTS, in-boxes, completo, from , ONE SHILLING the Set.

! ''??'"[ : ?ty?.*6. !<Pe 'Address : ? ,..;..'?

98, L I V ERPO O L1- S T R E E T. ; !.. ,... ? ..,..:?...:..- . 8*A*V;

m ROBINSON AND dO.; \ ! í/v'; ; ?' ':^rANUÎÀ^T^JR^g;v''^^';..:'/;'.:. "

.''..'??'.", ' .¿AND -,:;' .... .';....

.IM P. 0 R '.'.ÎÇ'.B- R S,y ;':;0,;;y-'

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,

247, ELIZA B ET H-S T R BE, T,

:,.:?]?; MELBOURNE. ,

T. Robinson and Co. 'a ; (Firsts.Prize) Patent

; Combined Side-'Deiiveiy Reaper'lan'd 'Mower; "PriceJ"¡£457 "'" .«.'*«<«..? ;T. Robinson and Co.'s Foür-Wheel Double ' ' Speed Combined Reaper' and Mower.

. £36v . . .?????.-?- . .v. . <,-...:;

T. Robinnon ^ond Co.'a Hlot-Platform i; Reaper

' átid Mower. £2710s. ' - : : ' '; .'" ' ''

T. Robinson and Co.'s Mowing Machine with

Wrought-iron Frame. £25. ' ' ? ? ' : .''? T.,Robiuson and Co.'s Patent Lever Horse

Hay Rake. £18.

T. Robinson and Co.'s Circular Two Horse

/power with Peg Thresher and Separator.

£48.

T. Robinson and Co.'s Peg Threshers and

Cleaners, 3 feet Drum. £85. If with ? Circular Four Horse-powër and'Belt.

.. . £i2s; -;; ?.? .;'..? ' ?;. ."" ?

T. Robinson and Co.'s Steam Threshing and

Cleaning Machines, 5 feet Drum. ' ' Ransome and Sims' 4fr and 5 feet Steam

Thrashers."

Marshall Sons and Oo.'s Patent Portable Steam

Engines, from Four to Twenty Horse-

power.

T. Robinson and Co.'s (Speedy's Patent) Wool,

Cotton, and Hop Piesses. £31 ÍOa.

Address :

247, ELIZABETH.STREET

MELBOURNE. - ' ' MM

To SOAP & OANDLE'MANUEACTURERS

AND CAPITALISTS.

To be disposed of a Largo'STEAM SOAP and CANDLE MANUFACTORY hi full work ; the only one situated in Hobart Town. The ill health of the present proprietor obliges him to relinquish tins business, which is the most com- plete of its kind in Tasmania, and offers a fine opening to a skilful and energetic man with some capital. Tenders, either to purchase or rent for a term of years, will be received up to the 11th April, 1877, by the undersigned from whom full particulars may bo obtained. MACFARLANE BROS AND CO , or JAMES B. WALKER, Solicitor, Macquane-streot, Hobart Town. 2981

TTURDLES ! HURDLES ! HURDLES !

The undersigned is prepared to SUPPLY Farmers and others with U URDLES at greatly reduced rates. Further particulars as to price, etc., can be obtained from

1 H. CHESTERMAN,

6234, ' Constitution Dock.

T^AMILY HERALD.

The Graphic sayB .-" Those who Jileo to have plenty for their money will find an immense amount of instruction and amusement in the Sixpenny Monthly Part of the FAMILY HERALD,'

Price Sixpence.

I^AMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

J ' The Yass Courier says :

"This wonderful little publication still seems to hold its own. Wo pre not exaggerating when we say that, in point of literary style, it is quite equal to many of the more highly considered magazines."_

Price Sixpence.

FAMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

The Ballarat Star Bays :

" Keeps up its anoient fame find value as a domestic entertainer and (.»un'íilor." * *

Price Sixpence.

I^AMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

J The ilfaj yhorough Advertiser soya :

"" This publication for many years has found a place in nearly overy household in Great Britain, and is widely road throughout the whole British Empire."

Price Sixpence.

FAMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

The Braidwood Dispatch says :

" ItB leading articles upon the ourrent topics of the times' ure ably written, and its stories, while they are dovoid of the sensational oii'eot which characterises so many fiction writers, make up for the lesB oxciting incidents by the vigour and talont displayed by the writers."

Price Sixpence.

I^AMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

J The Ovens Advertiser Bays :

" By far the best and purest of cheap English periodicals, mainly devoted to fiction. Its essays are always excellent."

Price Sixpence.

17IAMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

' The Hobart Town Mercury says :.

, " One of the bost publications of ita kind that

wo know of. To tlioae who wish to subacribe to a journal which will assist to pass away many a spare hour in a pleasent way, we cannot recom- mend a better than the one before us."

Price Sixpence.

FAMILY HERALD MONTHLY PART.

The Bendigo Advo tiser Bays :

" Maintains the high reputation it enjoys as ono of the bost periodicals of the day."

THE FAMILY HERALD may bohad in Half

yearly Volumes (4s. 6d.) and in Monthly Parts (Gd.) at a small percentage over the pub- lished price, of J. WALCH AND SONS, Hobart Town ; and WALCH BKOS. AND BIRCUALL, Laun- ceston ; or the Monthly Parts direct from W. STEVENS, 421, Strand, London, for 14s. por annum, post-free.

THE FAMILY HERALD.

Colonial Booksellers can obtain an extra supply of the current Parts through Messrs. Gordon & Gotoh, Collins street, Melbourne ; George-atreet, Sydney ; and Queen-street, Bris- bane. ' ' 2777-4794

T>ALL PROGRAMMES

(Plain and Ornamental),

WITH OR WITHOUT PENOOI,

NEATLY ft EXPEDITIOUSLY PRINTED

Ja THE MKBGÜBY OFFICE.

r . , ,. . ![rt||(t-lk,.a,í'iR'

[Advertisements inserted m thru column, not ej&etding,

twentymords, will be charyed One Slntlimrper insertiqnï*" J_v r» I-TIJ f.-rm'S

ANTED a MAN as BILL-Pl

Apply at this 00106.' .i''1''

W;

WANTED a competent MAN to fiavig"

. 'Ketch from Hobart Tdwä'td'thtf^fi

River. Applications to be' sent ff.'ft^felSBS'

signed up 'fo six o'clock 'o'rï ' ÍTüBAtt _ E V EN, ING, 2pth estant. T. F,, pREftWJLfc

Solicitor, 21, Murfoj-street. < 235ft" S

WANTED, married tyAN, to, takft cbajg*

of grnziujr farm and management"-1«;

al)«HP. Apply to Mr. J. W. PALMKR, B»ttd*d.3

w

W

ANTED LABOURERS. A.-A- GDANÖ

CO. (Limited), Salamanca Phjge, x.

'. "M* .

ANTED a STRONG ACTIVE MAN_foà~.

Monarch;" steamer. Applyon boeill

. - - -2209"*

W

ANTED, a respectable young MA« to*

DRIVE a pair-hor/e-OMNIBUST Apply toO. M. COOLEY, New Town. 2ßH/ , WANTED FOR THE COUNTRY, a good

GENERAL SMITH. To agopd>oT*5 Jc man constant employment! Apply to'äENBX-. GREEN, Brighton _2][33

ANTED a strong active BOY; to'drív'£Í

BREAD CART. One accustomed-«.

tho business preforred. Apply 'Mr. ÇQYLBj L Sandy Ray.' ' ' ' '_'" wlCtri

"TTTANTED a respectable LAD for the bread f

W ""*. J- a"d El'' ROGERS?Moorlffifr

Macquarie and Mnlle-streets. 2370 '

.ÄiV.L'rU) a respectable UlnL'about fóüc«

... teen years old to assist with children» Apply to No. 1, L< vorpool-street. 2349 "'

ANTHJD au active young Wómirí 'ii

..GENERAL SERVANT. Personals references, 82, Macquarie-street. ^357 v -\TTANTED IMMEDIATELY, a respectable

W girl as GENERAL $ÉRMT,, AppJlt

to Mrs. WILSON, Macquarie House,-r. Salt A Ma-quarie-street. . , 2245 ' ?

WET NURSE WANTED to proceed ytltitk,

Family to New South Wal(eaV.' WifaE:: 20a. a week.. ? Eniragenient'for siit'niontnl wr*' ' tain. Apply to Mr. F/ST ^RAKE,, Chemirt, Elizabeth-street, early tooday. -^ ' . 234877

TTTET~NURSK~WA^ED, immejiatelj^ l

YY Wages 20a a week/ Apply""oarlvAitó* day, to Mr! F. 8; DRAKE, ChemUt, Eli»bttt.i

street. ' ?.-' ' ?'?? ?-?-' ";-<?» "''!»jjtt>K _

W1 4NTED.-BLACK WATTLE!-¡l{$B&

in any quantities, bundled or cKdnwaBi

Highest price gi ven for: prime "samplft "''MST/ '<

BüÜNDSTONE,71VLiyer{íoor3si#ee<i: [&f$j" ?

WANTED, any quantity of BLACK

WATTLE BARKf'fnhämeirmm^

for which the hignett ' price10 will1 "be inven. ALEX. McGREGORl-'New^Y^jiajri. , -Ifl&n

50 to 100 aorea ia cultivation ; norna* stand, usual outhou»es, garden, etc., within a radius of 10 miles of Hobart Town,'for a good tenant. A bonus of £5 5s"'will be given (ó any Estate Agent who can proonreá!farra"of.«Sbtfrf dë'cription to suit, 'within'''a''wéek*froin;la).ttB Apply" B.» Qffice of this tym." " ' "WE*

WANTED a four or five-roomed'^-¡¡C^Jft/'

in a respectable ' neighbo'urKood wj^í the town. . Reply, . addressed F. W.,- Mermry Office. ' ' " ' 3354«

WANTED TO LET OR SELL a GQODi.

BUSINESS in a rising locality contiguous to'tnV'Tih Mines.''Sitisfiicuir«. reasons. '. All particulars''"oil' applicaiipnJ & JOHN BAILY ANO CO. ifflïr.

T

lu BAKIiRS AND' STOREKBË'PËRÎC

WANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE I

BUSINESS of-' a ''Générai rStioj£'A''$ti.". Wiggins' Hotel, corner of Murray "and Collina streets. .? "-?.- 21$Ö ^

EÜRNISHED APART^SNTS TO L|ítt

suitable fbr.Male or Female Invalids, jrU|l or without Attendance, Board,' etc. "'"ïC.'Miê»/ quiet.PRI VATE RE8IDENCE, situate at GMtt Tree H ill, within 5 mileB of Richmon(J,(j'jiç]f ^]Uttkl from 'Hobart " Town,' commanding a ^fli!?lffl||. view of 'the River Derwent and the siirrpuñdujg scenery. Apply "C.¿" at thü Office.''-"¿WÍÍM

mu LET, HOUSE, Furnished or

X ?''?Unfurnished,,' No. ' 1; Mf&'^Hlm] Ttrrace. ?"''' ""?*.. ?' 2jp|j ? : rilOLET, with immediate possession. ' a/¡Salí:

1 veniënt ;0J3T^GrRTO^^JÄ'

saritly situate in Park-street, near t¡o*'yUt*¿ The premises comprise a' seven-roomed cottaA with good outbuildings, paddock, and drying ground. Water is' laid oh?'"Rent ' Infidélité, For particulars apply to CHARLES TOBY, 4, Eh'zabeth-stroet. -' ? "". :: 23fffi> nnO LET.-The House iu Barra«lf-s^B^Èj'Jjîëia[: 'Jj.'' tho St. ^ Patrick/'Inn,"'çqôtjuiimg eighj rooms) with outsido kitchen and large' yard, fijí whole in thorough order. " ?''?.> ? Apply to the Trustees of tho Uto John Foster, 27, New Wharf. '????? '?.13flT>:

TO LET OR SELL; COTTAGE »U^Lf&

Runnymede-Btreet, Battery Point; 'ai ÉHf. sent occupied by Captain Gourlay. PosseÄoi» about the end of: the-present'moifttí;'V:,,jí4je further particulars, apply at the Höu^ Staffa,

Collins-street._? . . * -_? ''"" ?-'?ISSJr? .*"'" TTTARATAH, (NEW T O W :$%

TO LET, HOUSE and GROUNDg.

Apply to GUESDON & WESTBROOK. .

__ , . , , 207f' : mo BE LET BY TENDER FÇ?R-T^||| ;

OR FIVE YEARS,

From the 5th day of April next, That valuable property known as

"TOE LAKE TIBERIAS ESTATE!,'

(Situate at and bounded by Lake Tjberiaa), Containing 4,496 acres of purchased hind; 2,771 acres ranted from the'crown,'adjblijr estate of tho lato W. 1. T. Clarke, 'tifâ?, present in the occupation of Mesará". " and Walter Rumney. - --- -

The Main Line Railway runs through (ha proporty. ?:.-' M* . .¿>.1,

Security will be required for payment of rent and performance of the covenants pi

lease.

Tondors will bo received by the undei

up to the 1st day of April next, from whanf_ particulars can be obtained. The h^ghesi Tijiiff not uocossarily äccopt'ed. ' '" "*..?; .'' ''.J'.:

V. W. HOOKEY,

Solioitor.

75, Collins-street, Hobort Town. 'IMS /COTTAGE RESIDENCE FOR SALI

The Undersigned is instructed to offer 'ft

sale by private- contract, that very deajrajBja Cottage Residence ahuate No. 115, MaoqrMtaW «treat, at present occupied by John Mcintyre, Eaq. ........ ........."w.:,ii,pf

The house is replete with every requisite j rospectablo family-it contains 11 rooms'» coach houao, stabling, and front ''and''

gardens. " '".'"'"- "'" '""*

Tho premises throughout have recently 1

put in thorough repair, and àrë'wéll'woriBjf!*.

attention of anyone requiring a comfortable a$Í convenient residence, eligibly situated^ aWgafi tiguona to the business portion of the-da M Hobart Town. '>'? .??'>?-=-'V-W

For further particulars and cards to Yjftf apply to ?1 ;?'..??' ?'.?.

CHARLES TOBY,

4, Elizabeth-itreet.

16th Mardi,,'1877. . .'»»iff' : EOR SALEGA 6-ROOM GOTTAOE. jriA

. garden in.the rear, at tbg «>»è|«'ua|Si and Parliament'?Wa^k'WMÂPaWlM. right'hlind.ajd«o^^.B»^:^^*.^||

hear to tho.reeidenoe of William Tj&fW&flf»

Apply to-' .., <QBJUiQ mKWàJËW^fc

VV* 142, taluna*««*, 19th Manfc, 1877. 8¡Ü

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