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_Parliamentary, _ -piLEOTORS OF , BTJOKINGHAM.

Highbury, Maroh 16, 1881. I I foar that tho good intentions of somo friends towards my candidature for the Bloctlon, now so satisfactorily ga'inod, Wore triod by reason of-my not having mado a personal canvass for vote, ' '

I ask such to exonorate mo from in-

difference, and nttributo tho absenco of such attentions, to the best of motivos on

roy part. ' I

In the eighteen years sinoo my Parlia- mentary life bogan this is my fifth eleo tion, and in ovory instance I havo ah-1 stained from porsonal solicitation, on grounds of delicacy towards my own aanso of what is correct, and tho foldings

offrionds who should not bo forced to

pronounce or prevaricate ,

,Now the Eloction is ovor, I can thank any such. In common with all the electors who, unsought by mo personally, so spon- taneously supported my election, and havo thus rondorcd mo the moro

Tholr truly obliged, ,

P. O. FYSH, j

Municipal

/îilTY OF HOBABT.

EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION OF

ALDERMAN.

A List of tho Names and Residences of all citizens nominated for Election as ALDERMAN for tho City of Hobart, on Mbnday, 17th day of March instant, and the names and residences of thoir pro- posers rospeotivdy :- '

AMOTT, THOMAS, nominated byO. G.

I Eady, Liverpool-street j E. j r -, Lazarus, 138, Livorpool , street ; George Ogilvie, 203, : - - Livorpool-stroot ; Michael

, MoSliano, 20S, Liverpool 1 , «troot ; A. B. Foster, Ltvor

, pool-stroot; JeremiahOoffoy,

183, Livorpool-stroot ; Pat- rick Ryan, Livorpool-stroot; I Patrick Vale, Livorpool

stroot ; William MoAllister, 158, Livorpool-at. ; Charles Book, Livorpool-stroot ; AV. S. i Verrón, 159^Liverpool street i Thomas W. Gourlay, 132, Liverpool-st ; Michael Franois Daly, 114, Livor i pool-street ; Thomas Auatin,

140, Liverpool atroet ; P. Cahill, Livorpool-Btreet j W. Sherwin, 210, Liverpool atroet ; John Shirloy, Livor- pool-at. ; John G. Floming, Liverpool and Murray atroot; i Thomas Stump, Liverpool i street ; John Gleeson, Col | , ' i villo-stroet. Battery Point j

Michaol O Shoa, Livorpool stroot ; R. Thompson, Mol-' i villo-stroet ; E. Vallontinë, , 'Collins-street ; JohnMichio,

Murray-st:; James Ogilvio. 1 , i i'Murray-st ¡ThomasSexton,

i ,i sen., Liverpool-st; Thomas

i Dillon, Davey-atroot ; and

E. RiohardB, 170, Elizabeth , street ' '? HIDDLESTONE.i GEORGE, nominated

i by W. F. Brownell, Livor

pool-atroet ; William Mur- doch, Livorpool-at ; Alfred Buy bera, Murray-streot ; P. ' I O. Fysh, Elizaboth-stroet j

O. A. J. Piesse, 24, Patriot ? - street ; W. 0. Ghibb, Bath ¡ ttr'oet; W. G. ' Gibson,

Morrison-street ; ' James > Murdoch, Hompdon-road ;

Alfred Crisp, Liverpool 1 atroot; James' Burdon,

Argylo-street ; Geo. Crisp, ' Oampbell-st. ; John Baily, i Oámpbell-streot ; Chas. E,

Walch, Elizaboth-stroet ; James E. Salier, Briabano stroot ; R. Lloyd P. Hood, 26, Oompbell-atreot ; John Chow, 20, Mollvlllo-atreet ; Adam Hodgina, Elizaboth atreet -, Chas. D. Haywood, Elizaboth-strceet ; and A. H Barnott, Elizaboth street Given under my hand at the City of Hobart aforesaid, this 17th day of March,

1884.

I WM. BELBIN,

i Miyorof the City of Hobart. W. H. SMITH,

I Town Clerk._821o

rpo THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORS 1 ' OF THE CITY OF HOBART.

GEHTLF.MEK,

At the request of a largo number of Elootors, I havo consented to allow myself to bo nominated as a Candidato at tho forthcoming Municipal Election, to fill tho vacancy caused by tho resignation of G. Davies, Esq. Trusting that I do still retain the confidence of thoso citizens who voted for mo on tho occasion that I con- tested for tho soat now vacant, and that my candidature will moot with tho appro- bation of tho majority of my fellow Elootors, and in tho evont of being re- turned, will do all in my powor to forward your interest.

' I remain; .

I Tours obodiontly,

I , THOMAS AMOTT,

i Livorpool-streot,

, c8l7, i Hobart.

p1,IT Y OF HOBART.

Notice is hereby given that I, William Belbin, as Mayor of tho City of Hobart, will, on FRIDAY, tho 14th day of March instant, until 12 o'clock at noon of TUES- DAY, tho 18th day of March instant, re- ceive at the Town Hall in the said City, Nominations for the ELECTION of two qualifiod Citizens to be AUDITORS for the said City for tho current year. Such election to bo held on FRIDAY, the 21st day I of March next, at tho Town j Hall

aforesaid.

Dated at Hobart aforosaid, this 11th day of March, 1884. ' '

WM. BELBIN,

cGOO Mayor of the City of Hobart.

I_? Meetings.

NEW TOWN LACROSSE CLUB

A MEETING of those desirous of  

joining the above club will be held at M. Hughes', New Town, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 7:30 p.m.  

T

For 8ale._j_

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Automatic in it« action. J

Simple in construction , ,

Little wearWTtear'J " ' \

Has no equal. V

Machines on hand ready made.

LAÑGLÁND'S iFOUNDRY UOMPAN Y

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MELBOURNE. o760

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AT FENDER'S STORES,

DEDERIOK PRESSED HAY. l

, '' " ' . «d6?2

f~|N SALB B¥,THE UNDERSIGNED.

TAPERHANGINGS, woU aasorted patterns. GLASSWARE, consisting of Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Globes, Jugs, otc, ota EARTHENWARE Wash Basins. Sinks, etc. i i ,

FERGUSON A CO.,

'_j_Collina street.

J7V Ö R S ï L B'I

Tho Unoxpirod License and Lease of

well-known

NEWMARKET INN,

Collins and Argylo Stn.ota.

Rent and Incoming modorato. 'Furni- ture and Stock can bo taken at a Valua- tion Possession can bo given at once. ' '

For further Terms and Particulars apply to '

WYATTiHIOKLING,

Tasmanian Land and Estate Agency,

I Collins street. c301

r-1 n ia J i jil JX'1 ii.11 ni

Sporting. Etc.

.-At ».Meeting bald at Melton Mowbray it waa resolvod Uiat the RACES should take place about tho MIDDLE OF MAY, and that the following be ' the Pro-

gramme :

MAIDEN STEEPLECHASE.

HANDICAP STKEPLEOBA8E. » HANDICAP HURDLE RACE.

ONE MILE HANDICAP FLAT RACE.

' Full particulars will appoar shortly.

S. BLACKWELL. ; Melton Mowbray,

- March 14, 1884. c734

>T>I0HMOND EASTER SPORTS.

To bo held at Richmond Park

' ( ON

1 SATURDAY, APRIL 12,1884.

GRAND SPECIAL PROGRAMME.

1. CASCADE BREWERY CUP RACE.

j Opon Handicap. 100/ 150, and ! 200yds. Nomination, 3s.; accept

ance, 2s. First prize, Handsomo Silver Cup ; second, £2 ; third, £L 2. .OPEN HANDICAP HURDLE,

' SOOyda. First prizo, £3 ; second,

£2 ; third, £1. Nomination, 3s ; I acceptance, 2s.

3. (DISTRICT HANDICAP, 100, 150,

and 200yds, First prizo, Handsome Silvor Cup, valuó soven guineas (pro aonted by Messrs J. Boag and Son, I Esk Brewery, Launceston) ; second,

£2; third, £1. Nomination, 3s.; accoptanco, 2s.

4. DISTRICT HURDLE HANDICAP,

260yda. First prize, £2 ; «econd, £1 j third, 10a. Nomination, 2a ; accopt- anco, If. ?

5. TRIAL OF HUNTERS. Prizo (Silvor

Cup), presented by Wm. Brock, Esq., M H.A. Weight, list, j En- trance, 6s.

0 BACK HURDLE, about lj miles.

. First 'Prize, Handsome Silver Cup i (presented by Committee). Weight, > lOst Entrance, 6s, Post entry.

7. OLD COLONISTS (abovo 50 y oars of

1 ago,) Firat prize, £1; second, 10s, 1 Entrance, Is. Od. Pott entry.

8. HIGH JDMP, ' First prizo, £1 :

I second, 10J. EL tranco, Is. Cd. Post

| entry. ,

0. THREE-LEG .RACE. First prize,

I 15a. ; second, 7s- 0<L Entrance, 1',

J*p*t entry.

10. YOUTHS under 10 years (Handicap),

150 yards., Nomination, Is ; accep- tance, Od. First prizo, £1 ; second

10a.1'" < ' ^ ^

11. YOUTH8'under 14; prizo 7s. Cd.,

and 2a. Cd. ; ont rah co free.

12.1 YOUTHS under 12; prizo 7a. Cd.,

and 2s. Cd. ; ontrance freo.

13. YOUTHS under 10 ; prizo 4a. and

2a.; entronco froe. ' t> . Further particulars soo Programmo, price Gd , to bs obtained on morning of sportB. , |

Nominations for handicaps, Maroh 29 ; handicaps deolarod April 2 ; acceptanco, dub April 7. Entrances, trial of hunters' April 7<,

N B.-To start at 1p.m. sharp, Hobart Club Rules. ;< 'u i

Admission to ground Is. ; children Gd. ; refreshment stalls,' otc , 5s.

Webster's Coach will loavo tho British Hotel morning of Sports,

Grand entertainment at Library Hall in tno evening.

All conveyances and competitors free.

j WM. T. BURBURY, Bon. Sec. o742

D

j_Aquatics._ 1 ERWEN T ROWING CLUB.

ENTRIES for all races at Club Rogatta on SATURDAY, 22nd March, will finally close THIS (Tuoaday) EVENING, at 0 p.td., at Club sheds.

I J. COLVIN,

! Hon. Soo. ,

j_Tenders._

TENDERS aro invited up till Monday,

I 24th instant, for ERECTION of COTTAGE8 at Caacodea for Cascade Browory Co, Limited.

Lowest or any tender not nocossarily accepted. i '

j JOHN RAIT,,

Arohileot.

Trafalgar-place,

Hobart. c860

i_Religious._

T ONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY,

j WJJDNESDAYTMAROH 10.

Memorial Church, at 7'30. ' Farewell

Mooting. The Hon. tho Promior in tho chair. , Addresses by, Miss Bliss

and'Rev«. J. E. Newell.

Collection at oloso of oach service cG74

i Educational and Literary_ fERR SCHOTT Bogs to announce that ho has RE- SUMED TUITION

Office Hours, from 10 o'clock till 6 o'clock

Terms for Muaio, Piano, Harmony, Composition, and Singing at Messrs Walch and Sons, Liverpool street

I_Miscellaneous_ pi I A U T I O N.

Ihoroby caution MARY BURGESS, wife of VVilllam Burgess, brassfounder, of 77. Murray street, Hobart, against AN JOYING and INSULTINGhor otherwise molosting my wifo and family from this date JOSEPH JAMES FOSTER, Murray street« C U J. U J

pi A Uv, Te, ra o i rN.

i i ¡ f 1/ '. i1 The, Publio are requested not to giro CREDIT to any perjon on my account

! ' 24, HÓllé-street, "

Maroh 15, 1884. ,, _., ,0605; LOST, a Brown and Wliite SPANIESL"

! BITCH, curly, answers to the name of tfüm'.¿ Reward. c809

PRIVATE BOARD AND KESJ

1 DENCE. Peckham,Villa, Davey-., street._, ,,) c8Q6

>RIVATE BOARD AND RESI _ ! >DENOE, 25, Davey-street.' Rooms

vacant : also yacaaclea for two or three permanent boarders., ', '

FURNISHED APARTMENTS/with

j board, 25s. per week ; quiet, healthy, select, piano. Apply 183, Élizabeth stroet ' , '

OARD AND RESIDENCE. I -WANÏED by ' Lady and, Gentleman (with infant) permanent if found suitable. Address, stating locality, terms, etc., to if« X.Y.Z.," Post Office. , 'a

'Amusements, Etc._

K

I N G S T O N

ÎLUOAS' ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TO- NIGHT. Miss CARRY NELSON, the colobratod Actress and Vocalist, wSl appoar TO-NIGBT, supported by her Comic Operetta Company, positively one night only, TUESDAY, March l8:

' or i it ' '

r] "-Î

i ,i JUIN jljii uj/

_Sporting, Etc._

D-ELORA LNK.-TÜ/RFrOLJJB

1 ' AüTÜMN^BBTIKU L x

EASTEft MOÍÍPAY7APRIL 14, 1884.

IBT EVENT. '

MAIDEN HURDLE RACE - Of 25 ' sov«. ; distance, about 1} miles ; over

7 flights,of hurdles. Nomination, 20s.; acceplanco, 20s.

/,i, i 2ND EVENT. )

DELORAINE HANDICAP-Of COsovs.;

seoond horso to rcoeivo £10 out of

the stakos ; distanco, 1¿ milos. Np-, , 'mutation, 20a ; acceptance,40*.

3itD EVBNT. ' MAIDEN PL A l'E-Of ) 5 sovs. For all

horses that havo nover won a race ex- ceeding 10 aova. ; onoo round the oourso. Entrance, 20s.

4TH EVENT /

HANDICAP HURDLE "RACE-Of 36

sovs. ; disUnco, about 2 miles ; over 11 flights of hurdles. Nomination, 20s.; acceptance, 20s. '

5TU EVKNT.

FLYING HANDICAP-Of 25 sovs.; six

furlong«. Nomination, 20s.; accep- tance, 20s. .

- ,'lti

Nominations to bo in the hands of Secretary, at Burt's Hotel, not later than 8 p m., on SATURDAY, March 22.

Weights declared on WEDNESDAY,

March 20.

Acceptances and ontry for Maiden Plato will close at Burt's Hotel, at 8 p.m., on SATURDAY, April 5. Nominations for Maiden Hurdle, Deloraine Handicap, Flying Handicap, and Handicap Hurdle, close on March 22 ; light sheep hurdles will be used instead of' the present onos with the foet at bottom. The decision of tho Stewards in all cases to bo final.

W. THOS. BURT.

c082 Hon. Secretary.

fp HE ANNUAL SPORTS

In connection with tho

UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES

, ' ' Will bo held at

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S

j GROUNDS, NEW TOWN,

ON EASTER MONDAY.

1st Race. BICYCLE RACE, 2 miles, open

' tp all ; dismounting and mounting at

tho end of first'mile. Prize, gold Jl I medal. Entrance, 5s.

2nd Race. MAIDEN RACE, 160yds.

First prize, £1 ; Bocond, 10a. En- trance, 2s. ?

3rd Race. HANDICAP CHAMPION

. RACE, open to all, in throo events

j 150, 200, and 300yds. First and

second of each event to reçoive a . priro, and the highest scoror of pointa

a Handaomo Trophy and £5. Pointa allowed-First G, second 3, third 1. Firat OTonr, IGOyda. Prize, £1 ; I second, 10s. Nomination, 5s. Ac-

ceptance, 2a. Gd,

4th Raco. 100 YARDS HANDICAP, for

members' sons only, under 10; First, 1 £1 ; sooond, 10s. Nomination, Is. Accop'ance, Is. I

5th1 Raco. ONE MILE HANDICAP

' RACE. Firat prize,' Trophy and £3;

aocond, £2 ; third, £1. Nomination, J

5s. Accoptanco, 2s. Gd.

Oth Raco. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE,

300yda., over" 10 hurdlea, 3ft. Gin. high. First prizo, £2 10s. ; second, £1 ; third, 10s. Nomination, 2s. Cd. accoptanco, 2s. Gd. ,

7th j Race. CHAMPION RACE, second

event, 200yds. First prize, £1; second,

10s. J l ' '

8th Raco. HANDICAP WALKING

MATCH, 1 milo. First prize, £3 ; second, £2 ; third, £1. Nomination,! 5s. Accoptanco, 2s. Gd. ' 9th Raco. BICYCLE RACE, 1 milo, for

members and members' sons. Only prizo, Silver Modal. Entronco, 2s. ,Cd. , ,

10th Race. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES'

HANDICAP, 200yds, open to any , member of any Fiiondly Sooiety of ! six months' standing. Firat prize,1 í Trophy nnd £2 ; Bocond, £1 ; third,

10s. Nomination, 2s. Gd. Accept- ance, 2s. Gd. ' 12th Event TUG-OF-WAR, to be con-

tended by Eight Representatives of any Friendly Society. Four teams to compote or no Bocond prize. First prizo, £2 ; second, £1. Entrance, 4s, 13th Event. PUTTING THE SHO^no'

following. FirBt prizo, £1 ; second, 10s. Edtranco, 2s.

14th|Race. HANDICAP HALF-MILE

RACE, opon to all. First prize, £2 ; second, £1 ; third, 10a. ' Entrance, 2s. Gd.; acceptance, 2J. Gd.

loth [¡Race. CONSOLATION, 200yds.

handicap. v First prize, £2; second, £1. Five to start. Entrance, 2«.; accoptanco, la,

' Nominations'will bo received by the Secretary for all Handicap Races, at the Oddfellows' Hall, Collins-street, on FRIDAY EVENING, March 28/up to 9 30 p.m.

Handicaps to be declared on April 4.

Acceptances and general entries olose on THURBDAY, April 10, , up, to 9-30 p m.

For rules and regulations seo handbills.

MILLER & PITHIE, '

i " , rHon. Secretaries,

i United Friendly Sooieties, 1884.

i i , o832

QPORTS Ä~T CAMPANIA.

SATURDAY, 22nd March Instant

The Annual PICNIC and SPORTS, xn connection with the Sick and Provident Society of tho T M. L Railway, will bo held at Campania on SATURDAY, 22nd March. '

A Special Tram will leave Hobart at 9 20 am, and pick up passengers at stations and sidings, arriving at Campania about Ham, returning, will loavo Cam panta at about 5pm '

Fares -Return Tickets (with admission to ground), 2s. Gd

Herr Schott's Metropolitan Band has been engaged, and the attachedPrográmme of Sports will be carried out -

1. Handicap Flat Race, 200yds Open to members of Sick and Provident Society only First prize, £2 , second prize, £1, third prize, 10s

2 Hurdle Race (Handicap), 200yds , sis hurdles, 3ft Opon to Railway em ployee« only. 'First prize, £1, second prize, losy t

31 All Corners' Flat Race (Handicap), 440yds , eight to statt Entrance fee, 2s. 6<L First prize, £51, second pria», £2

4. Three Legged Raco, Railway em- ployees, 100yds., five to start, or no third prize First price, £1, seoond priée, 16s.,

.h rd raíz« 1(1« I

5. Apprentices' Race, all. Railway ap- prentices under l8 years of age, 150yds. (Handicap). First prize,, 15s.; second prize, 10s. ; third prize, 5s. '*

0. Handicap Flat Race, 150yds. ^ For, Railway employees only, j First prize, £2 j second priza,,£l ;, third prize, 10s.;i ¡^ r

I 7.1 Backward Race, "GOyds. 'Railway employees only ;~flve~tn enter.- First prize, £1 ; second prize,. ÍOa!! ' ' ^J

8. Hurdlo Race, 440yds. (Handicap). Open to all-comers ; 12 hurdles, 3ft En- trance fee, 2s. Gd.; six to start. First prize, £2 ; second prize, £1 ; third prize, ios.; ' ) . '"

0. Tug of War. Teama to be selected on the ground, 12 in each team ; 2s. Gd. per team entry. ' Prize, £3. . ' '

10. Sack Race, 100yds. All-Comers.' First prize, 15s, ; second prize, 10s. ; third prize, 6a.

Entrance fee for all races, except whore above specified, to be Is. ^

Entries, accompanied by fee, must be lodged with the Secretary not later than WEDNESDAY NEXT, 10th inst.

Handicaps will be declared in due I course.

i B. P. LOVETT/

c559> i ^ \ , -Secretary.

; »l{ill ii ' lil '0

>! .li 1 Í " c l ,1 ' . - . " Í I. II / l.< - '1 I.,.1 jd .ano

I GREAT SUCCESS

AND

ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION,

, r,t ,., , ( 0F c '!

BIBCOCK'S FEDERAL MINSTRELS

AND SPECIALITY UNION,

Ackuowlodged to be the finest Minstrel

Troupo ever seen in Hobart. , ;' '

EVERÏ ARTIST ENCORED. I WHIRLWINDS OFLAUGHTERFROM

BEGINNING TN END. .

HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY LAST

NIGHT.

Amusements Soirees, Laetnra«, Etc

m H E A T R E ROYAL. Lessee .T.-.v.- .v.Mr. Charles Macmahon.' Sub-Lessee <fc Proprietor. Mr,F. E. B iscock Business Manager ... " Mr. J. 8. Smith" Stage Manager ''... !...Mri Lou Braham

Musical Director ..v ~N. La Fouillad«.

TO NIGHT (TU8BDAY) MARCH l8, Will be repeated thou? Unique and i Splendid Programme, consisting of tho Choicest Gems of Melody.

Side splitting Burlesques.

Genuine and Refined Humour

> THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 20

Our fresh Change of Programme, with

Fresh Novelties,

Prices of admission Drets Circle, 4s Stalls, 2s Gd , Pit and Gallery, la Box office at Suaman and Oo.'s, where seat« can be reserved. > : li

O

ROHESTRAL UNION

SIXTH YEAE, 18815

Patron HIS EXCELLENCY THE

GOVERNOR ii_

Conductor HERR SCHOTT, R A M., L.

I FBOCUUMHE .

1st Concert, MAY, Handel's "Samson "

2nd ditto, AUGUST, Sullivan's "Pro

I digal SOD "

3rd ditto, OCTOBER, " Robekah "

4th ditto, DECEMBER, Horsley's

I "David "

Subscriptions will now bo received

ONE GUINEA

REHEARSAL of "SAMSON" on THURSDAY EVENING, at the Masonic Hall '

Orchestra and Vocalists at 7 30 p m sharp -,

O WADSWORTH CHAPMAN,

o767 _Hon Secretary

EXCURSION TO NEW NORFOLK.

! 1- t t ». J I i The favourite Steamer I

¡"MONARCH"

will make an EXCURSION to New Norfolk - - - - -- -

ON WEDNESDAY,

thoj 19th instant, leaving the Franklin

Wharf at 9u, and New Norfolk, on return, at 3 30 p m

Refreshments obtainable on board. Return Tickets, Four Shillings.

Promenade Deck (limited), Six Shil- lings.

Children half price.

FAED. H. WISE Franklin Wharf,

March 14,1884.

N B -The " Monarch " will leave New Norfolk on Wednesday morning, at 6 30

a m. c624

Sales by Auction

THIS DAY, March l8

Tricycle l __.

I BURN & SON,

At tho Mart, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock,

R I O Y 0 L E, CENTAUR No 1, j a capital machine

T

I THIS DAY, March l8. I To Grocers, Etc J BURN & SON,

At the Mart, THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock,

BAGS WHEAT

12

20 Cheeses

5 Oases " Bear " brand matches

! Weighing maclune for hairdresser's

shop _

THIS DAY, March l8,

At 11 o'clock.

¡To Wine and Spirit Merchant?, j Furniture Dealers. ! BURN*& SON,

Will sell by auotion, at their mart, On

THIS DAY, 18th inat, at 11 o'clock without reservo, removed froin the country, under bill of sale,

INE OASES BRANDY

ji

8 Cases whisky ' r p. Qr.-cask rum <¡

ft Do. Port wine

Iii Do. whisky _ í

».Cases, bottled beer. ' j .'-" J ' ALSO,

¡Walnut pianoforte, household fur-

niture' and-1 effects, saddle 'and I bridle, and a large variety bf sun i dries. < 1 J '

The sale will commence with the Spirits at half-past 11 sharp._c '

THIS DAY, March l8,

Atj3 o'clock. " fn , , M

j Choioe Ferns. n

j HÜRN¡& SON, i ! I

i d 1U

At the Mart, THIS DAY, l18«, inst,:

at 3 o'dook sharp, - -> *. ii

' 1 I / iJtl»

LARGE AND VERY CHOICE'

COLLECTION OF FERN8 f '''

Al

At

O'

THIS DAY, March l8. m

il i- o- tr J Í

"*>*". j xir

BURN & SOW,' -> . i J /

j i i jib ,ri j lj

the mart, THIS DAY, 18th iffltV at li o'clock, «I'll 11 vi.

NE CASE BOHEMIAN VASJESy ?j Assorted .* ¿i i;j /j j WEDNESDAY, Marchi.1 l

j Furniture and Effects, i i

1 BURNXSON,

I

On the promues, 4, Arthur street, Upper

Murray street, on WEDNESDAY, 19th

inW, at 11 o'dook, ' , L J .

I

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND IT EFFECTS, comprising, hair covered couch hair seat chairs, large easy chair, Brussels carpet, handsome loo table, large handsome Huon pine chest drawers, tables, bedstead*, spring mat tress, Huon pine waBhstands, and crockery, toilet tablrs, glasses chimney glass, pic tutes, oilcloth, kitchen furniture, and

utensils

, THURSDAY, March 20

Furniture and Effects ¡

BURN & SON

Will sell by auction, on ti»-» remises, 4, Aliee Maud Terrace, on THURSDAY, , Maroh 20, at 11 o'clock, the owner

leaving tho colony, -

H

OUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND

EFFECTS.

tti »iii 1 ¡iJïoH eil) taoïi

Bales by Auction.

TUESDAY, Marok 25.

! _ 20 Acres'of'Lana, Huon Road. - -

!<<-r¿ (I 'Is J.1/«*

BURN-fSTSON

I f " 111,10 * tih omi

Aro inatructcd by tho Mortgageos to sell

by auction,! »U their'mart,'' Elizabeth

j street, on TUESDAY, March, 25, at

112 o'clock sharp, pursuant to notico

published in Hobart Mercury, February

'" 129, 1883, , m

OA ACRES OF LAND AT LÓNG^ fy\J LEY, about 10 miles from town, and «bout half a mile off the Huon Road,

and adjoining property belonging to Miss

Garrett or Miss Gellibrand.

¡The proporty is fonced, and on it is a two-roomed cottage, barn, and stable and outbuildings. Part of the land ii laid out in orchard and raspberry beds, and the remainder is rough cleared. There is a constant supply of water on the proporty.

Torras-25 per cent, deposit ; balance on complotion. i

Reference-Messrs. Finliy So Watchorn, Solicitors, Murray-street o720

MONDAY, March 31. '

Furs, Carpets, Household Furniture. '

j BURN~& SON '

Are instructed by Mr. J., Omant to soil

by auction, on the premises, Elizabeth street, on MONDAY, March'31^ at 11 o'clock, i

HIS STOCK-IN-TRADE OF RUGS,

FUR8, CARPETS, etc i

> . 1 ALSO, ' , The household furniture and effects,

, shop fittings, etc.

I FRIDAY, March 28.

1 FINGAL

I W. T. BELL

Will sell by auction at Viney's 'yards,'

Fingal, on FRIDAY, March 28, at 1 o'clock, i

u| I .. By order of Mr John McKenzie

iAA FULL MOUTHED MERINO

4UU EWES. I < i Bylorder of Mr. C. H. Steiglitz

10 3yr -old steers

By order of Mr R. Wardlaw

15 Steers rising 5yrs in first class t i store condition, fit for topping - UP . i Roturo Tiokots at singlo fares, per Main Line Railway, on application to the auctioneer. c655

I WEDNE8DAY, March 19,

At noon.

? i j G. S. CROUCH

Has boen instructed by the owner to sell,

at hu mart, as above,

!

THE XBASE OF LOTS 7 and 8, in

I the PRESBYTERIAN GLEBE STREET, and fronting on LILLIE STREET i i ,{ 1 '/ I

i Terras-Cash.

WEDNESDAY, Maroh 10, j At 12 o'clook.

i G. S. CROUCH

i

Has beon instructed by the Proprietor, to

Bell at hu mart, as above,

FOUR LARGE BUILDING ALLOT-

MENTS in Adelaide street, just beyond the Boys' Home.

Three have a frontage of 60ft, with a depth of about 200ft, and the othor has a frontage of 85ft 4in

Tondera having been called by the Cor poration for tho making of the streets load- ing to this block, they wdl become most attractive sites for Villa Residences.

A sale plan on view at the mart Title complete.

Reference-Messrs Dobson and Mit- chell, Solicitors, Macquano Btreet.

' Terms at sale.

WEDNESDAY, Maroh 19, : At 3 o'clock sharp I G, S. CROUCH

Has I been instructed by Mr. Lovell,

who is leaving the colony, to sell without reserve, on tho premises, Glebe street, behind the High School, aa'abovo, at 3 p m sharp,

1.' I

SURPLUS J HOUSEHOLD FÜRNI

j TÜRE AND EFFECTS, inoluding 'H.H. sofa and 6 H.H. chairs, easy 'chair, 2 rocking ditto, chiffonier,^ '.dining table and cover, carpet, fender and irons, brass cornice and 'fringe, lustres, ornaments, quantity 'shells and glass oases, :- >., Bedsteads, washBtand, and crookery,t toilet table and glass, carpet. > ' ^

Kitchen table, safe, dresser, crockery, fender, chairs., dmh covers, etc. ,

Wheelbarrow, fowl coops, tubs, casks, garden,'masons''and other tools, scraper, ' and sundries. ¡J t r

| '"' J ^Terms-Cash. J

« iMONDAYj March 24, ¿ <?

at 12 o'clock. 'J I '

__ ii i iJit[ 1 ¡G, S. CROUCH

titi ii K1 / , U I-. Is instructed to sell as above- ' '

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Al WELL FINISHED 7-ROOM iJaLodOTTAGE,! fronting Park-street, at present occupied by H. Bell,1 Esq.

There u a Verandah back and front, dry cellars for wood and c»al, and gas and water laid on throughout.

Terms, easy, 10 per cent cash deposit, balance'as agreed,'or 2} per cent, dis- count for cash. ^

Lease 99 years at low upset rental.

| WEDNESDAY.March 26.

G. S. CROUCH

Instructed by Mr. Sargeant, will sell, at

1 at hu mart, as above,

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NREDEEMED PLEDGES.

i Lo546

! MONDAY.Woh 31,'' " ' Sii"

- ( At noon.

i j ' - r f

I , G. 8. CROUCH , i I ' JJ i

Haslbeen favoured with instructions from Mrs Scrimger, East Bay Nook, to sell, aWhis mart, as above,

BjER PROPERTY IN LOWER OOL

I LINS-STREET, in two lota

ljot 1 ia a 4-roomed atone cottage, with a small piece of ground at the front and side,! and a 2-roomed bnok cottage at the

rear.' , '

Lot 2 will bo a 3 roomed weatherboard cottage, with a nico garden situato at the end of the right-of way.

These snug properties are always let, and make good rentals.

Title-New Grant Aot.

Terms-25 per cent cash deposit, balance on completion. --

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Or,

j_Sales by Auction.

WEDNESDAY, March 19,

.-..-_At 12 o'doclc*- _r=

Has been favoured with instructions from Mr. W. Smith to sell at his mart, 58 Collins street, day and time as above,

SIX SPLENDID BUILDING AL-

LOTMENTS, part of grounds known as " The Pines," Lansdowne Crescent, with frontsgo on Hill-Btroct, of about 05ft. each, and a depth of about 150ft. The vjow is magnificent, position ono of the healthiest. Distance only 15 minutes, walk from centro of city, yot possessing the advantages of the country. Tho road now being mado by tho Municipal Coun- cil passes the property, and will in a few years bo oso of tho prettiest drives about the city. Water laid on, and excellent supply.

To a capitalist wishing to erect a nice row of villa residences this is a splendid opportunity for investment, as such resi- dences would command good rentals, and immediate occupation.

Also,

THREE ALLOTMENTS, close to above, frontage on Petty-streot, about 44ft each ; depth, 150ft

'Title perfect

Reference-S. W. Westbrook, Esq., Solicitor, Macquario-Btreet. ' ' Terms at Sale.

, A plan on view at the mai t,_b!322

WEDNESDAY, March 19,

. < At noon.

Allotments in Upper Murray-street.

O'. S. CROUCH '

IA / i

Has boen instructed by Mr. R. D.

Russel!, to sell at his mart, as above, the unsold portion of his valuable build- ing BitOB, Viz.

| i Ai.

E1VE LOTS HAVING FRONTAGES

. ' of 60ft. each on Brown and Union streets, i Those lots command a splendid view of tho city and harbour, and have an easyz approach through a right-of-way out of Murray-street. '

Plan at the mart. ,

j Title -Undor Real Property Act

.THURSDAY, March 20,

/ J i lie. *

At 11 o'clock sharp.

To Drapers, Country Storekeepers,' Heads

| of Families, and others.

I tf(LI G. S. CROUCH^. , ,, ,

Has been favoured with instructions to

t, Bell, without any reserve, at his mart . (removed' there- for convenience of

sale) ; ^ime and day as above,

A VARIED AND EXTENSIVE

' STOCK OF DRAPERY, viz.: 50 ladies' jackets ; 20 ladies' silk, satin, and fringe fichus ; 600 pairs kid and silk gloves, 100 ladies' hats, 70 ladies' trimmed lace, silk and velvet hats and bonnets, '150 pairs ladies' and children's boots and shoes (kid), 7 boxes frilling, 1,000yds. assorted ribbon, 20 umbrellas, 00 ostrich feathers, 60 pairs corsets, 100 pieces dresB material, Alpaca, Merino, Coburgs of all colours, grenadine, galatea atripe, fancy chocks, wincey, Persian cord, brown and blue serge, plaids, homespun, plain, French poplin, check gingham, bisge, zephyr check, shot alpacas, fancy silk spot satin muslin, fancy piquo, all-wool plaids, striped drills, toys, nocklots, brace- lets, bolts, studs, girths, handkerchiefs, chenillo cord, wool pelisses, gold lace, wool squares, kilting, Jersey caps, black and white tuille, cap fronts, bands, wool squares, bibs, hoods, scarfs, thread, cottons, pins, white and coloured laces, tick, 134 gross buttons, muslins, silk arm lots, fancy net, Bilk fringe, Indian mualin, velveta, goasamor, wool, white and green window hollands, chintz, oilcloth, oleo- graphs, braids, collars, damask, Crimean shirting, 40 pieces prints, huckaback, lining, linen, diapers, silesias, glazed lining, oatmoal cloth, Victoria lawn, white sheetings, 14 pieceB fiannol, cre- tonnes, twoeds, crape, carpeting, flannel shirts, regatta shirts, Crimean shirts, cotton shirts, white shirts, 50 pairs men's trousers and vests, 10 dozen men's hats, 30 men's overcoats, 80 men's and boys' coota, 20 men's and boys' suits, 10 pairs blankets, 5 sowing-machines, 7 cricket bats, 6 lampa, soft soap, 2 tins candied peel, 9 tins biscuits, 3 dozen hair oil, bluestone, box sago, 64 tina Digby chicks, baking powder, box ink, cask crushed augar, cask saltpetere, 1 cask carbonate soda, 3 dozen blood mixture,'coffee, 2 bags rice.

Terms as usual.

Catalogues at the mart.

Goods on view at the mart to-morrow and day of Sale.

MONDAY, March 24, ,

At 11 o'clock sharp. G. S. CROUCH

Has'been instructed by Mr. John Nichols,

whose failing health compels him to relinquish the trade, to Bell, at the Constitution Dock, as above,

|HE WELL-KNOWN KETCH.

T

"HUON CHIEF."

parries 40 tona on a draught of 4ft 6in, She'iB well found in anchors, chains, sails, and'standing and running rigging.

As the craft is auch a-faveurite, and so well known as a fast sailer, any comment from the auctioneer is needless.

I . 1 ) ' Terms at Sale, i «rc48

MONDAY, March G ! < At 12 o'cloi

irfr^

r I G S CROUCH

Has been instructed by Mr A.j Burgess

to sell at hu mart, at above, _ _ .*' NEWLY ERECTED TEN Ijtil. ROOMED HOUSE, situate in Bell atreet, Presbyterian, Glebe Several, of the rooms »re IG x 15 , others U iL 15, and finished in nice style There u a verandah in the front and back, and a bath room as well as outbuildings com- plete.

Water and gas are being laid on

The situation is really grand, and equal for view and scenery to any of the Glebe, properties '

The ground rental is only £3 18s pee

annum.

Terms-25 per cent cash deposit ; balance on completion.

' MONDAY, March 31 I 12 o'clock sharp.

G. S GROUCH,

Instructed by the trustees of the estate of - the late Mr Philip Moore, will sell,

at his mart, day and time as above,

THOSE TWO DELIGHTFULLY.

SITUATED TWO STOREY SIX ROOMED HOUSES, No 3 and 4, Nile Terrace, Elizabeth street They have a good frontage and garden ground. The position of these hotises commands a good rental, and they are always lot to respect-

able tenants.

Also,

A Two-storey Stone and Brick House, of teu rooms, besides out houses, situate ni Colima street Thu property has a back entrance from Melbourne sheet

Terms 25 per cent caah deposit, balance by acceptances at three, six, and nine months, with G por cent, per aunt'm added on all cash on completion

Reference-Messrs Roberts & Allport, Solicitors Stono Buildings, c_W

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