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u &ÓVÉRNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS.

jTÏ OVERNMENT NOTICE.

Colonial Treasury,

Hobart,

. - December 29, 1880.

' "CITY OF HOBART.»

' Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Parliament, 44 Vic- toria, No. 9, intituled " An Act to alter the name of the City of Hobart Town," the city called " Hobart Town" is, on and from tho 1st of January next, to be called and known by the

name of "Hobart."

By His Excellency's command.

lj W. R. GIBLIN.

G

OVERNMENT NOTICE.

Colonial Treasury,

Hobart,

December 24,1880.

His Excellency the Administrator of the Go- vernment directs the PUBLICATION for gene- ral information of the following PROCLAMA- TION, reducing the Intercolonial Rate of Postage to Twopence.

By His Excellency's command,

(L.S.) W. R. GIBLIN. THE POST OFFICE ACT 1869.

By His Excellency Sir JOHN HENRY

LEFROY Knight Commander of the Moat Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath Lieutenant-General in Her Majesty's Army Administrator of the Government of the Colony of Tasmania and its Depen-

dencies.

, A PBOOLAMATION.

WHEREAS in pursuance of the powers con- ferred by the tenth section of " The Post Office Act 1809" arrangements have been made with the constituted authorities in the Colonies of New South Waies Victoria Western Australia South Australia Queensland and New Zealand for the purpose hereinafter expressed Now therefore I Sir John Henry Lefroy Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint.Michael and Saint George Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath Lieutenant-General in Her Majesty's Army Ad- ministrator of the Government as aforesaid by and with the advice of the Executive Council and in pursuance of the provisions of " The Post Office Act 1869 " do by this my proclamation de blare that pursuant to the hereinbeforementioned arrangements on and from the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one on all letters received at sny Post Office in Tasmania for transmission to either of the Colonies of New South Wales Victoria Western Australia South Australia Queensland or, New Zealand the postage shall be twopence for any weight not exceeding half an ounce and for .every additional half an ounce or fraction of half an ounce in weight the further sum of two- pence anything to the contrary contained in the «aid Act or in "The Post Office Amendment Act" (34 Victoria Number 4) notwithstanding.

Giren under my hand at Hobart Town in Tasmania aforesaid this twenty-fourth day of December ono thousand eight hundred and eighty.

J. H. LEFROY.

By Hil Excellency's command. W. R. GIBLIN,

Colonial Treasurer._jl

TMMIGRATION.

The Board of Immigration having made arrangements with the Orient Steam Navi- gation Company for the CONVEYANCE of EMIGRANTS from London to Tasmania, the

issue of BOUNTY TICKETS for the intro- duction of the relatives and friends of persons residing in the colony has been RESUMED.

AU communications to be addressed to B. TRAVEES SOI<I/Y,ImmigrationAgent,Hobart; or, GEORGE SMITH, Immigration Agent, Launceston ; from whom printed forms of appli- cation for Bounty Tickets can be obtained,

B. TRAVERS SOLLY,

x Immigration Agen', Hobart,

December 24, 1880_stuthfij.

LE0TORAL DISTRICT

E

OP

WEST HOBART.

A LIST specifying the Names and Descrip- tions of all the CANDIDATES nominated for the Election on the 5th day of January, ' 1881, of ONE MEMBER to serve in the House of Assembly of the Parliament of Tasmania, for the Electoral Distriot of West Hobart, together with the Names, Residences, and qualifications

f their Proposers respectively :

1. BURGESS, WILLIAM HENRY, of Liver-

pool-street, Hobart Town, in Tasmania, Grocer -Nominated by James R. Fryer, Froderiok street, freeholder, house and land occupied by owner ; Samuel Dove, Murray-street, free- holder ; Robert Snowden, Barrack street, freeholder, house occupied by self ; Andrew 0. Kirk, Bris- bane-street, freeholder, house oc- cupied by self ; B. Molloy, Har- rington-street, freeholder, house occupied by self.

2. GRAY, JAMES, of Hobart Town, in Tas-

mania, Gentleman-Charles Eagle Knight, Macquarie-street, freehold,

house, Burnett-street, Hines, te- J

nant ; Frederick Lipscombe, Sandy Bay-trustee late Jos. Lacy's estate-houses, Liverpool-street, Mulrennen and other tenants ;

John Pearce, New Town, executor | late A. Rheuben, house, High

street, J. Burke, tenant ; George j

Fleming, Harrington-street, free- holder, Queen's Arms Inn, occu- pied by self ; William Lawrence, Elizabeth-street, freeholder, house occupied by self.

. Given under my hand at Hobart Town, this Slit day of December, 1880.

JAS. HARCOURT,

Returning Officer Electoral Distriot of West

Hobart._ LANDS AND WORKS OFFICE,

December 22, 1880.

HAIN ROADS CONSTRUCTION ACT, 1880.

ROAD FROME BLACKFISH CREEK

BRIDGE TO RIVER HUON.

.TENDERS will be received at this Office till noon on WEDNESDAY, the 5th January next, for the supply of about 3,000 cubic yards of ?tone to the stone crushing engine, and for cartage in connection therewith.

Specifications can be seen at the Police Stations, Longley, Victoria, Franklin, Port Cygnet, and Kingston ; and at this Office.

Tenders must be in accordance with the pre .cribedform (which can be obtainod at the above-mentioned places), and endorsed on enve- lope "Tender for supplying and carting stone,

Huon Road."

0. O'REILLY,

th a tu td Director of Publio Works,

ÄND8 AND WORKS OFFICE,

December 31, 1880. WASTE LANDS ACT.

. TENDERS will be received at this Office till'noon on WEDNESDAY, January 19, for worki on roads in the under-mentioned locali- ties:

No. 1. Vicinity of Peppermint Bay, Seotion 1. No. % Vicinity of the Snug, Sections 1 and 2.

No. 3. Vicinity of Long Bay, Sections 1 and 2.

Specifications can be seen at the Police Stations, Peppermint Bay and Three Hut Point ; tile Post Office, Snug ; and at this Office.

Tenden must be in accordance with the prescribed form, which can be obtained at the above mentioned places, and endorsed on envelope, "Tender for Road, Vicinity of

0.- Q'RJILLxY » 1

atutl9j Director of Publio Work». I

H

ORTON COLLEGE, TASMANIA. PRESIDENT-REV. GEO. B. RICHARDS. HEAD MASTER-MR. W. W. FOX, B.A.

SECOND MASTER-MR. CLAUDE H. W. JOHNS, B.A., Queen's College, Cambridge; 27th Wrangler Mathl. Tripos of 1880.

THIRD MASTER-MR. P. M. PITT, A.M., Melbourne University.

Assisted by other Resident Masters.

Terina :

For Boarders (under 15) ... £50 per annum. SCHOOL DUTIES RESUMED on TUESDAY)

February 1.

Prospectus forwarded on application to the President. 11279

H

IGH CLASS EDUCATION AND

HOME COMFORTS.

COLLEGIATE SCHOOL

FOR

YOUNG LADIES,

NEW TOWN, HOBART TOWN.

PRINCIPAL : Mr«. TWENTYMAN.

Assisted by able Teachers and Professors.

FEES :

For Boarders, per annum, 50 Guineas.

,, Day Pupils " 10 Guineas.

SUBJECTS :

English, Grammar, Analysis, Composition, Geo- graphy, Popular Science, History, Arithmetic, Writing, Needlework.

French taught conversationally and gramma-

tically.

Music, by a Master, per annum, 12 Guineas.

" by a Lady, " " 8 Guinea». For fees for extra Subjects see Prospectus, which can be had on application to the Principal. _10485

ERR SCHOTT will RESUME TUITION

H

on MONDAY, Janniry 17,1881, athis Academy of Music, 107, Collins-street, and at Messrs. Walch and Sons, Liverpool-street. 11846

D

ANGING, DEPORTMENT, AND

CALISTHENI0 EXERCISES.

MR, J. E. LOWE

RESUMES his Classes in Hobart Town about the 24th January._J.0514

ON AND AFTER THE 1ST JANUARY,

1881,

"THE LAUNCESTON EXAMINER"

Will be delivered to subscribers as soon as possible after the arrival of the (i'30 p.m.

train.

Subscribers are informed that after thal date Mr. A. LUOKMANN, 21, Murray-street, is Sole Agent for the " Examiner," Subscriptions and Advertisements will be then reoeived by him._11387

Now Ready, Price 2s. 6d.

FAMILY HERALD SUPPLEMENTS,

Vol. V., Neatly Bound in Cloth, containing Eighteen Complete Novels, entitled

"Queen Mab." Sinned Against or Across the Moor. Sinning.

Once at Daggers'Drawn. The Doctor of Marston. Only a Woman's Hair. Mab's Wooings.

A Mysterious Lover. A Righteoua Itetribu

Fato. tion.

We KisBed Again, The Mistress of Hurst, with Tears." From a Distant Shore. What Will Ethel Vanedene.

Say_ 1" An Utter Despair.

Minnie Yorko's Offers. He Stooped to Conquer,

*»* The " Saturday Review" says of the "Family Herald"-"Its novels and tales are quite as well written as the best circulating

library stories."

WILLIAM STEVENS,421, Strand, London: and may be had (at a percentage over the published price) of o very bookseller in the Colonies. 11376

H

IO H EST AWARDS AND PRIZE

MEDALS PHILADELPHIA

EXHIBITION, 1876.

OAKEY and SON'S EMERY *nd BLACK

LEAD MILLS,

Westminster Bridge Road, London, England OAKEY'S WKMwaToir KNIFE POLISH.

Paokets, 3d. each ; tins, 6d., Is., 2s. 6d.,

and 4s. each.

O

AKEY'S INDIA RUBBER KNIFE

BOARDR. from te. 6d. each.

OAKEï'H ¿liJv'i:¡K¡SMiTH¡> auAf,

(Nos MEMORIAL),

For Cleansing aud Polishing Silver, Kteotro.plate,

Plate Glass, Marble, eta Tablets, 6d. eaoh.

AKEY'8 OESPINE EMERY, GRAIN

AND »LOUR.

O

r\AK.EY'8 EMERY AN» GLASS CLOTH.

0

AKEYS CABINET GLASS PAPER

WELLINGTON BLOOK BLACK

LEAD, ETC.

OAKEY'S GOODS SOLD EVERYWHERE

by Ironmonger», Grooors, Oilmen, Broth nuken. Druggists, st«

27-C-81 4115

N CONSEQUENCE OF SPURIOUS

IMITATIONS

or

. LEA A PERRINS' SAUOF,

Which aie calculated to deceive the puDlio,

Lea And Perrins havo adopted a

N*w LABEL,

Bearing their Signature, "LEA te PERRINS,'

whioh ii pbwed on every bottle of

WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,

And without which nona li genuine.

Ask for LEA & PERRINS' Sauce, and see Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle and Stopper,

Wholesale and for Export by the Proprietor», Worcester ; Crosse and Blackwell, London, etc etc. ; and by Grooers and Olimen throughout

UM World.

63 SI 13.80

>ATENT WROUGHT NAILS.

J. J. OORDES & GO.,

The Patentees and Sole Manufacturera of the

Well-known Patent Wrought Nail»,

commonly known as

"E W B A N K 'S NAIL 8,"

Desire, to make it known that a " Star" or "Cross" is their Trado Mark, and that all Na'> made and sent out by them, except clasp, bear this mark upon their heads, and that within every package sent from their Works is also placed a card bearing their Name and Address.

Any Nails, therefore, whioh are not distin- guished as above, muBt not be oonfounded with

"EWBANK'S NAILS,"

The quality of which is so well appreciated being far superior to that of any other make.

DOS WORKS,

NEWPORT. MoNMOTT-rnamii», WWOIAKO

| RATEFUL- OOMFORTING

BPPS'8 OOOO A.

BREAKFAST.

" By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful- application of the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast-tables with . delicately-fiavourod beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use of such article* of diotthat a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies aro floating around us r*sdy to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may esoape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."-See article in the Civil

Service Gazette

Made simply with boiling water or milk.

Sold enly in Paokets or Tins, labelled :

JAMES BPF S à 00.,

floMOTIPATHIO OBIKISTS,

28-11-80 Lnwnow 4868

pvINNEFORD'P FLUID MAGNEBIá.

DINNEFORW "FLUID MAGNESIA.

Tho Great Renindy for Acidity of the

Stomach.

DINNEFORD'S FLUID MAGNESIA

For Heartburn and Indigestion.

For Sour Eructations and Bilious

Affections.

The Physician's Cure for Gout, Rheumatic Gout and Gravel.

DINNKKOKD'S FLUID MAGNESIA

Safest and meet Gentle Medicine Jot

InfanU,OUló>M,B«lio»teFen*ale»¿ , and the Sickness of Pregnaoeyi

SOU by eil DH^attd BU*W¿ÍÍI«

HOBART TOWN AND &AUNC3BT0N

MARINE INSURANCE OOMPANY. Capital, £63,800. Established 1836.

Office : Stone Buildings, Hobart Town.

DIRECTORS :

Eenry Cook I W. Crosby

Heury Pearce I C. T. Belstead

Jamos Barnard.

MICHAEL EVANS, Manager. A. F. MANING, Accountant.

Messrs. DOBSON & MITCHELL, Solicitors. D. MAOMILLAN, Surveyor.

Branch Office at Melbourne : 20, Market-street.

Agents :

Sydney-Messrs. ROBEY BROTHERS & Co.

Launceston-ALEXANDER CORBIE.

London-Moasrs. FENWICK & Öo. 5846

D

ERWENT AND TAMAR FIRE AND MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established, 1838. Capital, £100,000.

DIRECTORS :

H. B. Tonkin, Esq. I Geo. Salier, Esq.

John Pearce, Esq. I James Bayley, Esq.

Hon. W. R. Giblin, M.H.A.

Manager: O. M. MAXWELL, Esq. Accountant: T. M. EVANS, Esq

Solicitors: Messrs. DOBSON & MITCHELL,

.Marine Surveyor: JOHN WATSON, Esq.

AgenU: Launoeston-C. J. WEBDON & Co.

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

5843 London-RICHARDSON BROS. & Co.

TASMANIAN FIRE AND LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Capital, £62,300. Established 1835.

Office : Stone Buildings, Macquarie-street,

Hobart Town. DIRECTOR» :

W. Crosby I H. Pearce

C. T. Belstead | Henry Cook

James Barnard.

HIOTUSJ. STANS, Mam^tt A. F. MANlNt»,"j4ecou«(ani

Messrs. DOBSON & MITCHELL, Solicitors.

Engine Station, Hobart Town : Mr, E. Maher, corner of Melville and Argylestreet».

Branch OfFoe at Melbourne ; 20, Market

Buildings, Mwke -street 5847

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT

SOCIETY. E8TABLI8H8D 1849.

For Life Assurance on the Mutual Prinoiple. This is the oldest Life Assurance Office esta-

blished in the Australasian Colonies.

ITS INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED ... £3,000,000 ITS POLICIES IN FORCE BXOEEP IN

NUMBER.. 40,000 ASSURING urWARDB OF .£16,000,000 ITS ANNUAL REVENUE EXCEEDS ... £700,000 tt has paid in satisfaction of claims

by death and maturity over ... £1,000,000 And tbo amount of cash profit it

has ah-oady divided amongst its

policy-holders is., .., £010,168 Directors of the Tasmania Branch :-~The Hon. J. W. Agnew, M.D., M.L-.C, Chairman ; the Hon.W. R, Giblin,M.H.A., Deputy-Chairman; The Hon. D. Lewis, M.H.A.; Wm. Fisher, Esq.

Prospectuses, Forms of Proposal, and every Information, may be obtained on application.

ROBERT B. CAMERON,

Resident Secretary. Tasmania Branch Offices,

Stone Buildings, Hobart Town. 5140

TTIOTORIA OÎ8URANOE COMPANY

(LlMITSU).

Bstab.,1849. Recast, 1879, Capital,£1,000,000.

Agency, 37, New Wharf.

Chairman: HON. HENRY MILLER.

Marine and Fire Risks at Current Rates,

JUSTIN BROWNE & CO., AGENTS,

Hobart Town 5844

LIVERPOOL & LONDON * GLOB»

INSURANCE COMPANY.

The attention of the Publio 1B Invited to the following statement, showing the financial condi- tion ot the Company :

Invested Funds . £5,bU,t07 Annual Income . 1,553,162 Total Claims paid . 14 406,814 General Reserve. 1,150,000

Fire and Life Policies issued, and claims adjusted, and paid by

ROBERTS & ALLPORT,

Agents, Hobart Town January 1, 1870. 6845

DR. BRIGHT'S PHOSPHODYNE.-The

only Preparation of Phosphorus Rpoorn mended by Medical Faculty. Avoid Phosphorus Pills, they frequently producing Necrosis, eto. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers. Mel lourne Agents-FULTON, GRIMWADE, & CO. Sydney Agents-ELLIOTT BROS.

23-6-81 11202

" Lives of great men all remind us, We can make our lives sublime ; And, departing, leave behind us. Footprints on the sands of time.

THE above is read with great interest b

thousands of young men. It inspires them with HOPE, for in the bright lexicon of youth there is no such word as fail. Alas ! say many, this is correct-is true with regard to the youth who has never abused his strength-and tp the man who has not been " passion's slave."

But to that youth-to that man who has yielded himself up the temporary sweet allure- ments of vice, who has given unbridled license to his passions, to him the above lines are but as a reproach. What HOFE can he have ? What aspirations ? What chance of leaving HIS foot- prints on tho sands of time ? For him, alas ! there is nought but dark despair and self reproach FOR A LOST LIVE.

For a man to leave his footprints on the sands of time he must be endowed with a atrong brain and nervous power. Bp must possess a sound, vigorous, healthy mind, in a healthy body-thp power to conceive-the energy to exeoute I But look at our Australian youth ! See the emaciated form, the vacant look, the listless hesitating manner, the norvouB distrust, the senseless, almost idiotio expression. Note his demeanour and conversation, and then s»y-^Is that man to leave HIS footprints on the sand of time.

Do parents, medical men, and educators of £outh pay sufficient attention to this subjeot ?

lo they ever ascertain the cause of this decay ; and having done so, do they (as a striot sense of duty demands) seek the skilled advioe of the medical man, who has made this branch of his Erofession his particular speciality, whose life

as been devoted to the treatment of these oaseB 1 Reader, what is TOUR answer 1 Let eaoh one answer for himself. Parents see their prog ny failing gradually before their sight, and see them become emaciated old young men, broken down in health, enfeebled, unfitted for the battle of life ; ypt one word might save them, one sound and vigorous healtn-gl ring letter from a medical man, habituated to the treatment and continuous supervision of such oases would, in most instances, succeed in ward- ing off the impending doom of a miserable and gloomy future, and by appropriate treatment restore the enervated system to its natural vigour, and eiiBure a joyous and happy life.

, Dr. L. L. SMITH, of Melbourne, has made the diseases of youth, and those arising there- from, his peculiar Btudy. His whole professional life has been especially devoted to the treatment of Nervous AOeotions, and the Diseases inci- dental to Married Life, His skill is available to all-no matter how many hundreds or thousands of miles distant. His system of correspondence by letter ic now so well organised and known that oomment would be superfluous-(by this means many thousands of patients have been cured, whom he has never seen or never known)

and it is o «ried on with such judicious super- vision that though he has been practising the branch of profession for twenty-six years inthese colonies, no single instance of accidental dis- covery has ever yet happened. When Medi- cines are required, these are forwarded in the same careful manner, without the possibility of the contents of the parcels being discovered. Plain and clear directions accompany these Utter, and a cure is effected without even the physician knowing who is the patient.

To Men and Women with Broken-down Con- stitutions, the Nervous, the Debililated, and al) suffering from any Disease whatever, Dr. L. L, SMITH'S plan of treatment commends itself, avoiding, as it does, the inconvenience and expense of a personal visit.

Address

DR. L. L. SMITH,

182, Collins-street East, Melbourne (late th

Residence of the Governor).

Consultation Fee by Letter. £1 9347 JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS.

Gold Medal.

JOSEPH GILLOTTS STEEL PENS.

^_Pwto._^__ TOSRPfi GILLOTtS STBEL PEN& O 187ft «811

" "EpOB ^HE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.',

f!T A R TC F* S

WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE.

Trade Mark,- " BLOOD MIXTURK."

THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER ANP

RESTORER,

For cleansing and clearing the blood from al impurities, cannot be too highly recommended.

For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sotes of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent

cure.

It Cures old Sores.

Cures Ulcerated Soros on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs.

Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the

Face.

Cures Scurvy Sores.

Cures Cancerous Ulcers.

Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings.

Clears the Bl ood from all impure Matter. From whatever cause arising.

As this mixture ¡B pleasant to the taste, acd warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to

test its value.

Thousands of Testimonials from all parts.

WONDERFUL CURE OF ULCERATED SORE

LEGS OF l8 YEARS' STANDING.

Messrs. 0. Mumby and Company, Pharma- ceutical Chemists, Gosport, writo as follows :

SIB,-Wo have received the enclosed testimonial, and have much pleasure in forwarding it to yon. As ho obtained tko nipdipine from na, we cap vouch for the

truth of hn< statement.

" 27th February, 1876,

" I, Churles Luker, keeper of the Boyal Engineers Office, at Gosport, having had ulcerated sore legs for the last l8 years, which broke out while stationed at the Cape of Good Hope. Since my return to England I have tried everything in the way of patent medicines I could hear of, and have had the beat advice both in government and private hospitals, but obtained no per« miment relief ¡ op heftriPK, three ip°H% 1ï°t ^JW medicines, I ^aa ipduced to try thetp, and, wonderful to relatp, after baying taken ope large hottle qf Blood Mature and applied two is. Od, puta of your Miraculous Salve, my legs aro perfootly healed,

" You are at perfect liberty to make what nae you bite of this, a» I think all who suffer from similar

diseuses should try the »arno,

" CUAS. LUKER, Late Sergt., K. Engineers.' " Witness-XV. J. Sparrow.

" To Mr. F. J. Clarke, Lincoln."

Sqld ip Bottes 8s.~6d. eaoh, and In Öasei containing six times the quantity, lis. each sufficient to effect a permanent oure in the great majority of long-standing oases, BY ALL CHEMISTS and PATENT MEpiOIN» VENDORS throughout the world,

Sole Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, Chemist,

AfOTHKOARIKS' H ALL. LllfOOLN. TCl01T,Al»I\ STEKDMAN'B SOOTHING POWDERS

to?

OHILDÄHN OUTTING TEETH.

0AUT10N TO PURCHASERS.

The value of this well-known Family Mediolne has been largely tested in all parts of the world, and by all grade« of society, for upwards of Fifty Years. Its well-earned extensive sale has Induced SPURIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which, in outward appearance, so closely resemble the original as to have doooived many purchasers. The proprietor therefore feels it due to the publia io give a special oautlon against the ose

of such imitations.

Purchasers are therefore requested oarefiilly to ohservo thp four fotfpwing distipptive charac- teristics, without which none are genuine :

1st. - In every case the words JOHN STEADMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH, SURRET, are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed

to eaoh Packet.

2nd.-Eaoh Single Powder has directions for the dose, and the words, John Steedmas, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon.

3rd.-The name Steedman Is always tpalt

with two " ep's.«

4th.-The mtuufaoture la solely at carried on Walworth, Surrey.

Sold In Vnoki ts by all Chemists and Modloli e Vendora, al le. l£d. and 2a. 9d aaoh.

Sold In Melbourne by FELTON, GRIM«

WADE * 00.

21-2-fil 1869

O

NE BOX OF CLARKE'S B41 PILLS

Is warranted to onre all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or con- stitutional, Gravel and Pains in the Back. Sold In Boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and

Patent Medicine Vendors.

Sole Proprietor, F. 'J. OLARKE,

APOTHECARIES' HALL, LINCOLN,

ENGLAND,

EXPORT AGENTS.

BURGOYNE, BURRIDGES AND Co., Coleman

street, London.

NEWBERRY AND SONS,37 Newgate-street,London. BARCLAY AND SONS, 95 Famngdon-street,

London.

SANGER AND SONS, Oxford-street, London.

And all the London Wholesale Houses.

MELBOURNE AGENTS.

ROOKE, TOMFSITT, AND CO , Melbourne.

HIMMONS AND Co., Wholesales Druggists.

SYDNEY AGENTS.

ELLIOTT BROTHERS AND Co,, Wholesale

Druggists.

Eo. ROW ¿ap Go,

ADELAIDE AGENTS.

FAULDING AND CO., Wholesale Druggists.

A. M. BICKFORD AND SONS, Wholesale Druggists

and Importers, Adelaide and Karlin»,

BRISBANE AGENTS.

BERKLEY AND TAYLOR,Wholesale Druggists.

ELLIOTT, BROS, AND CO., Wholesale Druggists,

Brisbane

TUESDAY, January 4.

Household Furniture and I fleets.

BURN & SON,

At the mart, on TUESDAY, January 4, at 11

o'clock, under bill of sale, without reserve,

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ¿ND

EFFE0T8, comprising

Leather-covered diningroom suite, dining table,

loo table and cover, handsome clock under gla's shade, engravings, vases, cut and en- graved glassware, plated butter, waiter, claret jug, dinner service, dessert service, curtains and cornice, carpet, iron bedsteads, large cedar cheats drawers, fenders and irons, large cedar press, washstands and crockery, chairs, toilet glass, music stool, travelling trunks, copper|boúer, mats, eto.

FRIDAY, January 2b\

MELTON MOWBRAY STOCK SALE

THE UNDERSIGNED will hold a SALE of

STOCK at Blackwells Yards on

FRIDAY, January 28,

Among the Stock to be submitted will be 40 VALUABLE VICTORIAN RAMS, purohased from the Messrs. Cumming, and used on the

Dennistoun Estate.

Particulars to advertise will oblige.

THOMAS WESTBROOK,

11325 Auctioneer,

FRIDAY, January 7.

STOCK SALE AT JOHNSTON'S YARDS,

OATLANDS STATION.

BY THOMAS" WESTBROOK,

Atlthe Oatlands Station, on FRIDAY, Jauuary 7, £A PRIME FAT WETHERS

10 Prime fat lambs

30 Prime fat half-breds 15 Fat Iambs

8 Prime porkers

20 Superior ewes and lambs, in wool

8 Porkers

20 Fat wethers 10 Slips

4 Head mixed cattle 3 Cows, in calf

150 Good full-moufhed ewes, suitable for

fattening

50 Fat half-bred ewes

(50 4-tooth fine-wools, very superior, in their

wool

ALS3

Belonging to the estate of the late Thomas

Wedge, Esq.

2 Good strong horses

I Ditto ditto chaise oatt

1 Ditto ditto sociable, to carry 4 or 0

Sets chaise cart harness Gent's saddle

Lady's aide ditto

2 Pairs superior working bullocks *. Cow* in full mille.

Eta, etc., eto.-,

Term« M uaná). r

1 KibAY, January 7.

OATLANDS STATION.

If Y" NEXT SALE will be on FRIDAY,

Jy.B Janunt-y 7. Particulars to advertise will

obliiMl.

THOMAS WESTBROOK,

Auctioneer.

TUESDAY, January 11;

SORELL STOCK SALE.

MY. NEXT SALE at the PEMBROKE INN

will bo on TÜEFDAY, January ti Particulars to advertise will oblige.

THOMAS WESTBROOK,

Auctioneer.

THURSDAY, January 13.

8TO0K SâLE AT OATLANDS.

MY NEXT SALE, at the Oatlands and

Midland Hotels; will be on THURSDAY, January 13. Particulars to advertise will

oblige,

THOMAS WESTBROOK,

... Auctioneer. . SALES AT SLAUGHTER YARDS.

100

BY THOMAS WESTBROOK,

MONDAY, January & .

PRIME FAT EWES, from Ros!.

THU USD AY, January 6.

100 Prime fat limbs, from Campbell Town;,

THUR8DAVj January 6.

Wool, Hides, Eto.

. BY THOMAS WESTBROOK,

At the stores of A. G. Webster, Esq., Old Wharf,

at 11 o'clock sharp,

A LARGE QUANTITY OF WOOL*

BlDES,:Bto.

Terms at isle.

TUESDAY, January 4>

CAMPANIA STOCK SALE,

BY THOMAITWRSTBROÖK,

At the Campania Ssle Yards, on TUESDAY,

January 4,

F

AT H À L, ^fl R fc B S

Ditto fine-wools Ditto lambs Ditto pigs

Ditto calves

ALSO

40 Fat wethers

00 Ditto hálf-ureds 15 Ditto lambs1

5 Ditto pius 60 Store ewes

15 Fat wethers. -,....

lftO P.jriip fat wether« ... ,

45 Very prime quality lambs -

Etc., etc ¡- eto;

Terms at . usual;

WEDNESDAY, January 5.

Pair Very Superior Bones, at Austin and

Newnham's Stables.

BY THOMAS WESTBROOK,

At Austin and Newnham's Stable«; Macquarie'

street, on WBDNKSDAY NEXT, Januar} {j, at halfrpast 2 for 3 o'olock sharp,

GREY MARIS NPLL, vi-ry handsome and

showy, a splo"did haok, aud has been

in harin'Bs

Iron-grey mare STELLA,, bred by Mr.

Cotton, of Kelvedon, good.in «addie and harness, and carries a lady. She is a very fast trotter.

Terms as usual.

The above are owned by a gentleman in. the country, who sells because he has no farther use for them. . They can be highly recom- mended, and may be seen at Austin and Newnham's stables on and after Monday next.

Preliminary.

Extensive Sale of Sheep, Horses. Cattle, Eto.,

at Balloch oay'p, Tunbridge. . THOMAS' ' ESTBROOK

Is favoured with 'nstructiom from, the Hon,

James Maclanachan, M.L.O., who has. sold, one of his runs, to sell by publia auction, early in February,' at Ballochmyle,

A LARGE QUANTITY OF 8ÜPEBIOB

SHEEP, HORSES, CATTLE, Ero, ETC. Full particulars with date of sale will \k shortly announced.

. The above will appear on Wednesdays and Saturdays for the present, U3?l.

8ALES AT SLAUGHTER YARDS.

BY GUE8DON A WESTBROOK,

THURSDAY"Jaóuáry 6.

OK FAT BULLOCKS, from Lawrenny

.75 WEIGHTY BULLOCKS, ex "Tasman.' 300 PRIME HEAVY WETHER8, from

Norton Mandeville

MONDAY, January 10.

800 FAT SHEEP; fropü Lawrenny

THURSDAY," January l8. , ,

40 HEAD FAT CATTLE 1, From Norton 300 FAT SHEEP ] Mandeville

MONDAY. January lfs - .

75 HEAD HEAVY BULLOCKS, ex

"Tasman."

THUR8DAY; January 20;

25 FAT STEERS, from Lawrenny

MONDAY, January 24

300 FAT SHEEP, from Lawrenny

THURSDAY, January.27. .

.40 HE4D FAT CATTLE I From Norton 300 FAT SHEEP f Mandeville

MONDAY, January 31.

75 HEAD FAT CATI'LE, ex "Tannin;"

10

TUESDAY, January 4,

At 12 o'clock sharp

Tin Mining Share«,

BY GUE8DON & WESTBROOK^

At mart, TUESDAY, January 4, time 12

o'clock «harp,

SHARES IN THB NORTH VALLEY BI8CHOFF TIN" MINING CO. 40 Ditto West Bischoff«.

63 Ditto in the Royal Tasman Gold Mining

Co. ...

FRIDAY, January 14,1881,

At 12 o'clook.

Valuable Business Premise)).

Prégnoll's Butchering Establishment. '

GUESDON & WESTBROOK

are instructed by the Trustee« of the will of

the late Mr. John Pregnëll to «eil by ano tiori, at their mart, on FRIDAY, January 14, at 12 o'clock sharp,

THAT VALUABLE... BLOCK OF BUR:

STANTIALLY-BUILT. AND WELL

SITUATED BUSINESS PREMISES ¿tangle of Macquarie and Duiin streets', well-known as the butchering establishment of the late Mr. John Pre'gn eil. The building« cover a large area of ground, are well and substantially built, and most convenient for the carrying oh of the pi usent or any. other butinpss n quiring sulple space. In addition to the shop, mere ii à oùnàr modiou» dwelling-house, with »uitable out ofßoes. There is a spaoiou» yard, and lèverai outbuildings, all conduoing to the convenience for carrying on an extensive trade. The large and successful business done on these premise« over a great many yean by the late owner i» a guarantee of the useful character of the pre ""Í!?*^. .,-?..

TernM^in^utuw'iMjé.,, ,".¡. ... , ..,"., u. ,,. ..Reference ;-Meurs. Roberia and Allport,'«

the AuotiotMwi,

Bl,l\. KLÏ SALES OF HIDE9, J8KINS, I

ïfto , at the "Corporation Slaughter YardSi

ROBERTS <t CO.

HBR:i3Y give notice to Skin Buyers and

"tlio tra'e that it is their intention to hold e«'<- of Skins. Hides, otc, at the Cor- poral! trds, every MONDAY end THURS-

DAY.

Sale c mmences at 11 o'clock sharp.

The fir"t sale will be held on MONDAY NEXT, the 3rd inst., at 1,1 o'clock sharp.

ROBERTS & CO.,

Auctioneers. Terms-Cash.

THURSDAY, January 6

Lease of Bourbon, with all the Live and Dead

Stock, Growing Crops, Etc , Etc.

ROBERTS * CO.

Are favoured with instructions from Mr. Randall

Yoting, who ii entering upon other business, tosellby auotion.on the farm, onTHURSDAY, January 6, at 12 o'clock Sharp,

THE LEASE OF THE FARM,

KNOWN AS BOURBON, and situate in the Tea Tree, distant four miles from Rich- mond. The area comprises 822 acres, under lease, with six year« unexpired, at £100 per annum, subjeot to a reduation for annual repairs, etc , which will be explained at time of cale. A never-failing stream runs through the pr perty, of which 140 acres hare been under cultivation, 03 are now in crop, end 60 are fallowed.

The ¿row ng crops to be sold contint of wheat, English barlef, heans, peas, and potatoes.

LIVE STOCK.

440 Superior woolled ewes, with 260 well

grown lambs

Brown draught mare, 7yrs,, with foal at

foot

Brown draught mare, Sjrs., stinted to

Nelson

Brown draught horse, <Jyrs., ft splendid

shatter

Brown draught horse, aged, very staunch 7 Well-bred milch cows, in good season 20 Pigs.

Pair ef superior draught mares Leading and shaft harness

IMPLEMENTS.

The implements consist of double, single, and ridge ploughs, reaper and mower, harrows, ohaffoutter, and other sundries too numerous te particularise

.V Luncheon provided.

Terms as usual

N B.-Sale at 12 sharp.

TUESDAY, January 11.

Sheep, Horses, Cattle, Stock-in-Trade, House hold Furniture, etc., at the Jerusalem Inn

Jerusalem.

ROBERTS & CO,

Are instructed to offsr for sale, on the premises

Jerusalem, by order of Mr. Bevan, whosi tenancy has expired, and is retiring from thi Hotel, on TUESDAY, January 11, at li o'clock sharp,

FAT OROSS-BRKD SHE El

100

4 Good stores 9 Cows

Well-known cream coloured pony 2 Yearling cart colts 10 Pigs

Poultry, etc

Chaise cart and harness Dray and frame

Part stack hay, ubout 10 tons Ditto straw, ditto Grass seed

Eta, etc, etc

FURNITURB.

The Furmturo comprises horsehair Sofas ant

chairs, dining and Ino tables, escollen pianoforte, fenders and irons, carpets «hiftonitr, bedsteids and bedding, wash nanda and crockery, bar fittings, pi ¡ter ware, pioturea, pump, and J large lut o miscellaneous articles usually found m olearing-out sales.

ALSO

A two-roomed weatherboard cottage, standin'

on a quarter acre allotment of land, in thi centre of the township, as now oooupied bj Mr. Bernard Connell. The land Is wel fenoed, and the title is guaranteed.

Strong chaise cart and haraoss, nearlj

new

Iron plough and swingle trees

Box churn

fff Luncheon provided,

TermB as usual.

WEDNESDAY, January 12,

STOQK AT BRIDGEWATER,

BY ROBERÍS & CO.,

At James' Sards, Bridgewater, on WEDNES

DAY, January 12, at half-past 9 sharp.

- PRIME FAT WETHERE

100

60 Ditto ditto half-breds 3fj Ditto ditto lambs

80 Ditto ditto Leicester*

100 Prime ewes, contract meat

25 Prime lambs 10 Porkers

3 Fat calves

16 Prime lambs

60 Store wethers 8 Porkers

7 Store pigs

20 Fat ewes

30 Fat lambs, F F brand 30 Prime half-breds

12 Lambs _

20 Weighty Leicester*

BO Wethers, contract meat

10 Lambs

3 Quiet milking cows 2 Ditto ditto

A cow in milk 3 Young heifers 2 Steora, quiet

A team of bullocks, good workers A prime (at cale

20 Cross-bred ewes 20 Wethers

FRIDAY, January 7.

HORSES AT COOLEYS. BY ROBERTS A CO.,

At Gooley's, New Town, on FRIDAY, January

7, at 11 o'clook,

Ç)t | USEFUL HORSES (town sorts) ; desorip 4)\f tion at sale

}0 Heavy fraught horses }2 Useful farm ditto

6 Light h a.rness or hack horses

A bay mare, 5yrs. old, good in harness

or saddle

Ohesnut mare, 7yrs. old, from Bream

Creek ; highly recommended

Grey filly, 4yrs. old, staunoh ) Both spien Ditto mare, 8vrs, old, ditto ) did workers Brown nure, Madam, 6yr«, ; for shaft

work uuequalled

Black horse, Captain, aged, ditto ditto

Pair match plough horses, 5 and Cyr*,

old

2 Heavy draught horses, Jack and 8am, 7

and 8yrs. old

A fast-trotting mare, quiet to ride or

drive

2 Light harness horses, quiet and good

Heavy draught mare, Damsel, Gyrs. old

2 Unbroken cart colts

2 Ditto thoroughbr d ditto

6 Useful horses, accustomed to all work

Superior draught horse, from Mr.

Murrell, New Town

Upstanding heavy draught mare, with

foal

Pair staunoh plough horses

A Syr old blood colt, by 8sys*U, un-

broken

Well-bred mare, Oyrs, very fast in saddle

and harness, and good tandem leader 2 Good draught horses, from Hamilton

Excelledt quiet pony, will carry a lady,

and quiet in harness

By order of F. A. Blackman, Esq.

Hi* well-known pair of ponies, good in

saddle or harness, and either wOl carry

a lady

2 Very fine upstanding h avy draught

horses, 6 and 7yr*. old, good workers

Grey mare Blosipm, Qyts , unequalled ft»

a shaftey

A hack or harness horse, quiet and good Pair of young plough horses, good workers Bay horse, good and quiet, fut trotter

A very superior light-running waggonette

in good order, with lamps, etc., «¡tri

plete

Set plated double harness

Bay mare, quiet to, ride or drive' A chestnut cart horse, 8 yis old

. ßth Owners will "oblige. by "heviâg ^ their kort« at Cooler's net later thai 10 o'doek MW «Btnit#

NOTICE.

T" H]B SALE OF~'BRÖOKSBY VALE'1

in the New Norfolk dhtriot, will take place, at the mart, on

MONDAY, January 10, At 12 sharp.

Full particulars in each Friday's issue.

ROBKRTS di CO.

FRIDAY, January 14.

MELTON MOWBRAY.

NEXT SALE AT BLAOKWELL'S YARDS,

Melton Mowbray, will take place on FRIDAY, January 14. Particulars to advertise will oblige

ROBERTS & CO.,

Auctioneer«.

THURSDAY, February 3.

OATLANDS STATION SALE.

OUR NEXT SALE at the OATLajÜÄ

STATION will take place on THURS- DAY, February 3

Particulars to advertise will oblige.

ROBERTS & 00., .

Auctioneers.

THURSDAY, Jannary 6.

Wool, Hides, Skins, Etc., Etc:

ROBERTS & CO. ,

Will «eil, at the stores of IBSSO Wright, Ewj., ob

THURSDAY, January 0, at 11 '30sharp, " à QUANTITY OF WOOL, HIDES, AMD ¡\. SHEEPSKINS.

Terms as usual. v

WEDNESDAY, Jannary 5. SORELL STUCK SALE.

BY ROBERTS & CO.,

At Sorell, on WEDNESDAY, Jannary 5, at

half-past 11 sharp,_

PRIME FAT WETHERS

100

30 Ditto lambs

40 Ditto half-breds 10 Ditto lambs

12 Ditto porkers

15 Ditto lambs

8 Ditto pigs

100 Prime fat lambs, various owner«

60 Wethers, half fat 30 Prime ditto

20 Cross-bred ewe«

60 Fat ewesaud wether» 50 Wethers, half fat 30 Fat 2-tooths 10 Store pigs

5 Head fat oat«», fed by R. O. Crocker,

Esq.

A very superior quiet milch oow; on the

point of calving

30 Store ewes 10 Fat lambs

25 Wethers, in good condition 5 Head young cattle

3 Steers, quiet and young

Bullocks, horses, etc , k

Superior Devon bull, Byra old, wall

known in the distnot ? ; 25 Fat wethera, ewes, and lamb«

Cow and calf 20 I'at lamb« 20 Fut ewe«

10 Fat lambs, extra prime 15 Fat hoggets

2 Cows

Terms a« usual. , , (l

tW Dove's conveyance will leave at 8 o'clock sale morning._e

S AL E B

AT

SLAUGHTER YARD&

BY ROBERTS AGO

MONDAY, January &.

FAT WETHERS

100

25 Ditto lambs

200 Prime fat sheep

THURSDAY, January 6.

60 Fat oross-breds 25 Ditto lambs

20 Head fat cattle, per train, from Calstock

MONDAY, January 10.

60 Fat wethers 50 Ditto ewes 20 Lambs

20 Head prime oattle, from Cawood

40 Prime lambs, from Campbell Town

MONDAY, January 17. 100 Prime fat sheep

THURSDAY, January 20. 160 Prime fat sheep, per train

MONDAY, January 24.

30 Prime quality steeds, from Cawood

MONDAY, January 3.

Sale of Household Furniture, Risdon Read,

New Town,

ROBERTS & 00,

Are instructed by the Rev. C. Dobson, who ia

removing, to sell by auction, at his residence, Risdon Road, New Town, at 11 o'clock sharp, H l8 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND

EFFECTS, which comprise- ,

Couch and chairs in oretone, oval table and «loth, table with decanters, whatnot, carpet and rug, fender and irons, pole and curtains, .foot- stool, lamps, mats, white and gold plates, egg stand«, trays, etc., etc

Iron bedsteads, washstsnd and toilet set«, bath«, dressing tables and glasses, towel horse», cane chiirs, matting, etc,

Kitchen tables, chairs, clothe« horse, crockery and cooking utensils, filterer, etc., eta

Garden tools, wheelbarrow, etc, etc.

Terms-Cash.

TUESDAY, January 4.

CAMPANIA.

BY ROBERTS & CO.,

At Campania, on TUESDAY, January 4

T7IAT CROSS-BRED WETHER'S

Ditto ditto ewe« Ditto lambs

Ditto porkers. Store sheep Ditto cattle

Horses, etc, etc

ALSO

20 Prime quality lamb« 30 Ditto ditto wethers 50 Wethers, half fat

30 Ewes, contraot meat 15 Prime lambs a Pig«

3 Store eows,

3 Pairs 6yr old bullook«, from Mr. [T. d.

Newnham, very tractable, and in good

condition

N.B.-Train Tickets to be had at the Márí. r

FRIDAY, January 14.

MELTON MOWBRAY. BY ROBERT» & CO,,

At Blackwells Yard«, Melton Mowbray, ék

FRIDAY, January 14, at 1 o'clock sharp,

lilli STORE EWE 8, J."" full-mouthed

100 Ewes, oontract quality

50 Half-breds, fit for the butoher

30 Fat ewes

200 Ewes, just full-mouth

2 Quiet cows

2 Useful horse« t >JL 1,000 Large-framed merino ewe«, from lfo*4t>

field, superior woolled, and for pro- ducing early lamb« a more «uitable lot are scarcely obtainable 1 Fat cow

1 Fat bullook

2 Young steer«

43 Full-mouthed merino ran», from Don,.

robin

20 Prime fat oroH-bred« 20 Ditto lamb« 2 Fat «teen 2 Fat oows

200 4-tooth orosi-bred wether«, sound, aud ia

high condition

AND

Bullook«. hone«, etc

Term« a« usual.

ßt> Additional «took will shortly bo adveri tiled, and sellers will greatly oblige by com- municating with the auctioneer« witpout ¿¡flay,

Printed and publhbed by the proprietors, JOHN Gcotep

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