Auction Sales. UNEN and MANCHESTER GOODS

£ä?dÄä^^ .*?*»?*?

CHIEFS PR» TS, TV EED8, COATINGS "MEN-SiUidioYS C1 OTHING, HOSIERY CARPETS and RUGS _ " "

____IOAN COTTONS, FELT HATS, &c

TO-MORROVi (Thursday) and TRIDAY, 7thand 8thInstant,

at 11 o'clock

?> To Worehonsemcn, Clothiers, Drapors, and others

CHAS MOORE find CO aro Instructed to sell bv

«motion, «it their Rooms, 107. Pltt-strcct, TO-MORROW (Thursday) and rRIDAI, _.«ii|"_

-tyiwngosoi Bcisonablo goods, now landtag ox WilUom

~ Duthie andothei ships, viz -

125-40 pieces 4-4 Slate hollands, 2 numbers 49- 9 ditto 8-4 bloaohcd damasks

9 ditto 10 x 10 fino damask cloths 9- 72 ditto 6-i and 0-1 ditto ditto 13- 11 ditto 30-iDOhfoi-fars 583- l8 outs 30-lnoli óUtto

57Î- 0 pieces 38-lnoli ditto «___" 693-100 doicn gre) and White turkwri «rtfew 67_ 00 ditto bloaohed bath towels, 3 numbers - 125- 17 pieces 20-inoh linen tick»

1 600- 40 ditto 8-4 sti iped balermo twills, So. 583

601- 2G ditto ditto ditto. No 570

5 ditto 3-4 chene mohairs, lío two

180- 35 ditto checked muslins _

60 dobell 5-8 and 7-8 cambric handkerchiefs Í20- 15 pieces viotolia lawns

19 ditto satin striped muslins 10 ditto extra india twills

117-18_ 2 oases, each 50 plcocs Hovlo's nest cambrics 14,542- l8 pieces 3-4 wool tweods 14,548- 14 ditto ditto ditto

»4 544- 13 ditto 6-4 ditto ditto

'l4B- 30 ditto blue cotton drills

19- 8 ditto n-4 -worsted repa-green, crimson, and

nlorono

S04-5- 2 cases summci qudts, 10-4,11-4, and 12-4

17_120 victoria tablocovcrs, nosorted sires

C60_64 pieces mosquito not, 90 to 108 inches, 8 numbers j 061- 1 caso samo

45Ü-150 men's fancy tweed trousers 4,036-175 ditto ditto

4 016- 10 pieces 6-1 oxtra fancy mixed silk coating» 13,015- 6 ditto Uno fanov worsted ditto

.jog-100 men's puget coat«, 60 diagonal, 00 black 1 400-100 super blaok cloth D B paget»

601-100 Ano block nlpica ditto

208- 8 doren men's drab liexiblo lints 209- 8 ditto ditto ditto. &o

Torrrls at pale _____ _1

mwi ' . -'- - --'- ' ?

WEDNESDAY, 6th Novembor

CLIPPER THREE-MASiED SCHOONER LOVETT P_ACOCK,

309 TONS

FOR POSITIVE UNRISERVTD AUCTION SALE.

BY ORDER 01 THE MORTGAGEE

To Island Tiadcrs, Speculators, and others

?ffluÇTR M MOLONY is favoured bv the mortgaceo with ItJL instruction-» to sell by auction, m his Rooms, No 239, "Joorge-strcot North, ....

J. HIS DAY. tho 6th instant,

nt 11 o'olock a m ,

The clipper 8ohooncr Lovett Peacock, 309 tons, now on a

vovagefrom Port Douglass

Ibis fino schooner has lal ro eli i-ying oapacity, tod Is a remark- ably omart sailing vessel, cxeccduijtly well found, andean «roto Pntn moment's notice, and will bo positively sold without

arve to the highest bidet pi

Terms at salo , , >--'?-? -'-?"-l

WEDNESDAY, Cth NOVEMBER, 1878. TOR POSITIVE UNRESERVED 8AI1E,

_ho chppei Schooner Sir Inaao Newton, as she now lies for in-

spection in Woolloomooloo Bay

To Island Traders, Speculators, and others.

MR M. MOLONY has received positivo instructions'

to sell by auction, in his RoömB, No 239, Georgc-etrcct fcorth, THIS D VY, the 6th initant at II o'clock prompt, tho

CLIPPER SCHOONER, 8IR ISAAC NEWTON

The vessel ii sold m oonBcquonoe of tho di-nolution of partner- ship of her prosent owners, it is almost unnecessary to dilate upon the favoarablo and _pl"ndfd character of the Sir Isaac Newton, 6ho belüg so well-known ta all the Australian colonies as being one of the mo-<t faithfully bnilt vessels afloat Sha Is tight, Etanch, mid a fast sailing vessel, draws 0 feet loaded, 121 tons ?register, and caines 184 tons dcid weight, now open for Inspec- tion in Woolloomooloo _av, is v> eil found, and has a largo and first-class inventory, whioh oin bo inspected at tho outee of tho

auctioneer,

Ii MOLONY,

239, Gcorgc-street

» Terms at sale_ " THURSDAY", 7th NOVEMBER.

Foi Solo hy Auction, MEERSCHAUM «id WOOD PH_6^

WOOD TOYS, new patterns, for CHRISTMAS 1 BRUSH unA COMBWAEE | DOLLS, MALACCA CANES _ADIRS' HAND BAGS

Î*HRSES, PORTMANTEAUS

OPERA GLASSrs, BLRD CAGES GLASSWARE, SHAPLD HORSES

8H_EPS*_3<- and I. _, MAIS _o ,&c , &o.

HARRIS and AC"R_Ï__N will sell the above goods by

auction, at their ROOMS, 141, PITT-STREET, ou THÜRS T)AY, 7th No rmbor, at II a.m

^^_^ _Tonns at rule_

rT" IHURSDAT, 7th NOVEMBLR

For Sale by Auction,

Ü CVSËB CHINA MOTTO MUGS S ditto ditto _GG CUTS

3 ditto dltto-CANDLESTICKS

8 ditto MAPLB-FRAMBD ENGRAVINGS 2 dit'o SLATE PENCILS

1 CASE DANDY BRUSHES, assorted

HARRIS and AC1ÍMAN will sell the above goods by

AUCTION, nt thsir ROOMS, 141, MTT-ST_EKT, on vTHURSDAT, 7th NOVEMBER, at 11 a m

_2_Terms at sale ._

' THURSDAY, 7th NÔVBMBEB ~~

ON ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

"ft 1th all fault«,

1 CASE B M. TEAPOTS, assorted

TT-JURI-3 and AOK.MAN -will sell BY AUCTION, at JJL their ROOMS, 141, PITT-STREET, on THURSDAY, 7th "NOVEMBER, nt 11 am, "

IcasoB M. teapots, assorted sires

1_Terms, cash_

- THURSDAY, 7th NOVEMBER.

For bale by Auction,

11 CASE8 AMERICAN AXES ~1 ditto ditto D H SHOVELS

, ^ L 8 ditto-ditto CLAW HAlOHETSi

TFARRia und ACKMAN wül sell the above (foods by ¡JO- AUCTION, nt their ROOMS, 141, PITI-ST__ET_ on THOBSDAY,7thMOVI_IOER,atliam * _ Terms at sale

x» Bacons field heights.

8T LEONARDS

JKOTICH TO PURCHASERS.

J3NTESDÏÎÎG PURCHASERS

- ABOVE ALLOTMENTS

irm_ Í^ÍÍ8í?«SJni,'íceea b3" onmibus froth Milsotfi Point THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 p m, to noint out the frKranO.

W. PMTCTHATtD,

OB

Augtionoer,

__ 281» George-street.

EAOONHFIELD H E I G H T |5.

~ Tï. "LEONARDS.

» The SEMAINING ALLOTMENTS will tx»

SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION , - - - at THE ROOMS,

281, GEORGE-STREET. . by

"" " "*V PMlCHARD,

-TO-MORROW, Thureday, tha 7th frOVJoiBBR, at 11 o'olock,

SPOÜNDS)n_lot,___(¡n)am«nuyiirbTr__l_*r^ '?M»ÄA

%. Crown Grant Title, under Torrens* Aot

- The toras we-HALF CASH, «md the balance can remain for «J. la,andî4moAths,W0-pfer-oÉnt interest per annum, or «the ammmtbspald within one month from the dato«_taIe,adteo6St j S percc"^ will be allowed on thB b-dance, »»«^ouat

' OIfY FREEHOLD.

Comfortahle and Convenient

- _rW_LLTN<3-_OTJ8_ AND LAND,

No 12, Castlereagh-stieet South,

CLOSE TO THE RAIiWAI ETATIO» . and

x L_HIBPI'ION BUILDING.

W PRITCHARD has received instructionB te sell b*

. «motion, at his Booms, 281, George-street. '

.K_*?ÄR»89,,!l!rh?_.d?r' "Îiî/OVEÎÏBER, »I n «yctoclt,

All that allotment of Land «»~»,

ADJOINING WELKE'S EXHIBITION HOTEL,

having 60 feet frontage to Castloreagh-steeet »d Bucldngham-streot, upon whioh Is erected a most

.SUBSTANTIAL HOUSE,

With

BALCONY, VERANDAH, HALL, _^_ PABLOUBiDlNING-ROpM,

FOURBEDROOMSrÇMCHEN, and BATHROOM.

TITLE, under TORRENS" ACT

TERMS, CASH

Nos 153 and 155, CUMBERLAND-STREET.

FREEHOLD CITY PROPERTY.

CORNER Premises having FRONIAGES to *>- CUMBERIANI>imd_itt__SS__B_R_ETa

"V\T ^Sïï^Ç^SP ^fl8 received lnstrnotions to sell by , STREET, AÜ0TIOX' Bt W' Koom'' 381' OtORGtí

.ÇO-MORROW, Thursday, the 7th day of NOVEMÍBER,

TH«iSS^^f? ??W'Aîm ***** »trent»«of

toX««eEs<_&8«_s<rt,unonvr_;o_«:««)reo_d

N0- 91lSt^î^î!S_SP_^CEBT' HOUSE, 4rooms and

feiÄa^Spelwä!1^ Wlth **#*¿«*

taiEfltMUi,

J8TXE.FR__H0_D» __&_&____

8IR TOSj^iTBA'NjWI'ÄVTLION

BOTANY

TWO ALLOTMENTS, with LARGE FRONTAGE

anti

OTtFAl DEPTH,

ImmcdlaU-h opposite the above favourite and

PASHIÖNABLh RETREAT

TO-MORROW, Thursday, the 7th Nû"*FMBEB,

at 11 O'clock

PRITCHARD ha« rcooVd instructions to sell by public auction, at his Room*, jal, Gcorgc-strtet,

TO-MORROAV, Thursday, tho 7th NOVEMBER, at 11 o'clook,

Two large nliotrtcn'H «f land, fronting to Botany Road, and

immediately oppusi'o tho

SIR JOSEPH BIA K5 TAAILION

No 24-l'O feet to Botany Road

x 2U>1 feat to Banks-terrafce

and

No. 25-120 fecit adjoining above

x 2u4 feet to some street, '

having two large frontage«, I

adjommg the rcsldehc« of GEORGE DENT, E«q

and

«urrounded by «overal PRETTY VILLAS , Tillo, freehold.

' _, . Terms,cash . ......... ...

QUICKSILVER

QUICKSILVER QUICKSILVER.

MINING MANAGERS

lind

CHEMISTS

80 Flask» of QUICKSILVER,

. , , in the _,

ÏNaOLVENT ESTATE OF G A LLOYt»

By order of the Official Assignee

W PRITCHARD has receive"! instructions from the

. Official Assignee in tho above estate to «eil by auction, nt his Boom«» 281, George-street,

TO-MORROAV, Thursday, 7th November, at 12 o'clock «harp,

ABOUT 8 TONS of QUICKSILVER, more or leis, in

parcclsof about 70 lbs each

NO RESERVE

TËRAIB, CASH , , ,

B

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

TUPPER-STREET,

STANMORE ROAD.

ATT and RODD have received unrtrucuons to sell by publia auction,

at thoir

NEW CENTRAL LAND SALB ROOM8,

132, PITT-8TRELT,

on THURSDAY, 14th NoVembei, at li a m ,

THAT VERY VALUABLE allotment of land io tola

FAVOURITE LOCALITY,

having a frontage of about 140 FEET to TUPPER^ STREET by a depth of about 105 FEET.

The land is completely fenoed, and planted with WELL* GROWN TREES and SHRUBS, and opposite th« residence of

- FRANCIS Esq , and juit balow the houee occupied bv

- MORGAN, E»q

Without exaggeration, the auotioneer» can confidently recom- mend it as one of the prettiest sites for a gentleman's residence in the aoighbouihood. .

Tillo-Torrens' Act

Terms at sala

BYTT and RODD.

Auctioneer». PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

3 Cottage«, with large frontage

to TWO STREETS

BATT and RODD have been instructed to MO by1

PUBLIC AUCTION, at tholr Room«,

on THURSDAY, November 14th, at 11 a m ,

Two cottages, togcthei with all that valuable piece of land,

situate m St Leonards, North Shore, having a frontage of 313 feet to BRAY-STREET, and a frontage of 813 (cot to Alfred-street Itentals, £65 per annum

For further particulars apply to the t

AUCTIONEERS.

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

TO PARTIES FURNISHING and OTHERS

ABSOLUTE S\LS

CREAT SALE of FIB8T-OASS FUBNITUBF<

VALUE ABOUT jSISOO

WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE,

at THE TEMPERANCE HALL,

PITT-STREET,

on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20

MILLS and FILE will sell by AUCTION, st the

TEMPERANCE HALL, Pitt-street, 0» "WEDNESDAY,

November 20, at 11 o'clock,

The whole of tho

FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE contained ia the

CAMBRIDGE CLUB HOTEL,

from which it has been removed for the eanvealedoô of sale

The whole of the above ELEGANI and SUBSTANTIAL FUR- NITURE itneulr new, and MUST be

ABSOLUTELY SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.

FuU particulars in futur» tone.

.VTE PLUS ULTRA ESTATE

WAVK&LteY,

opposite the SUPERB MANSION of

B G MASSIE, Eaq

To be «old on SATURDAY next,

Oh the Ground,

ByMiLLSandPILE.

LITHOGRAPHS ARE KOW BEADY,

'Bui from the Boora«, 15*. Pitt-etreet, «rtiMO. _

AVONA

A FIRST-CLASS ELEGANT, and COMMODIOUS

VILLA RESIDENCE,

containing about twenty rooms.

Beautiful garden, grounds, LAWNS, &c.

about 2 acres,

GLEBE POINT ROAD,

adjoining STRATHMORE,

THE FAMILY RESIDENCE OF Sir GEORGE WIGRAM

ALLEN,

MILLS and PILE have received Instructions to sell by AUCTION, at the LAND SALE ROOMS, 194, PITT-   STREET, opposite the POST OFFICE, on TUESDAY, November 19, at 11.3o prompt,  

All that MAGNIFICENT PROPERTY, known as

AVONA,

situated on the GLEBE POINT ROAD, at the corner of AVON-STREET, and containing by admeasurement

2 acres, on which is erected a

MOST COMMODIOUS FAMILY RESIDENCE,

replete with every possible appliance and convenience

for

DOMESTIC COMFORT that money can procure

THE BUILDING is of modern construction, most

FAITHFULLY and SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT,  

haring a beautiful LAWN, FLOWER GARDEN, and CAB- BAGE DRIVE to the FRONT ENTRANCE, which has hand- some portico and verandah of 50 feet, with commanding entrance hall l8 feet 6 inches x 16 feet 9 inches, giving access to

the NOBLE ROOMS on the

GROUND FLOOR, and likewise    

the Grand Polished Cedar Staircase. The dimensions of the rooms are as follows:-

HANDSOME DRAWING-ROOM, 26 feet by 19 feet

DINING-ROOM, 21 feet x 19 feet

OCCASIONAL ROOM, 18 by 18 feet

READING-ROOM. 12 feet 4 inches X16 feet 8 inches STORE LINEN CLOSET, 10 feet x 6 feet

LIBRARY, 12 feet, 7 inches X 12 feet, 3 inches

MAIN ENTRANCE HALL, 14 feet x17 feet, with hansome CEDAR STAIRCASE leading to SPACIOUS LANDING 20 feet

x 9 feet 3 inches.

On the first floor-  

No. 1 BEDROOM, l8 feet 8 inches X 20 feet 8 inches

DRESSING-ROOM adjoining, 13 feet 6 inches x 7 feet8 inches BATHROOM and W. C., with plunge-and shower bath, 11 feet

9 inches x 12 feet 8 inches

With HOT and COLD WATER SUPPLY laid on, and W.C.

adjoining.  

LINEN STOREROOM, 7 feet 3 inches x 5 feet with shelving No. 2 BEDROOM, l6 feet 3 inches x 18 feet 9 inches No. 3 ditto, 12 feet 8 Inches x12 feet 1 inch SECOND FLOOR.      

No 4 BEDROOM, 18 feet 9 inches x 9 feet 4 inches No 5 ditto, 18 feet 8 inches x 18 feet 11 Inches No 6 ditto, 24 feet 9 inches x 9 feet 4 inches No. 7 ditto, 20 feet x 19 feet 2 inches

No. 8 ditto, 16 feet 8 inches x 12 feet 6 inches

The GAS is laid on to every room in the house, the whole of which are VENTILATED on the most APPROVED PRIN-

CIPL:ES. THE DRAWING-ROOM open out on to a MAGNIFICENT VERANDAH 60 feet x 7 feet 6 inches,

FITTED WITH SHIFTING BLINDS and GAS-BURNERS,

overlooking the MAGNIFICENT GARDEN,

TASTEFULLY laid out. and PLANTED with choicest of

HORTICULTURAL GEMS

of flowers and flowering shrubs, in the centre of which is a

BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN,

CROQUET LAWN, and BOWLING GREEN,  

TWO GLASS CONSERVATORIES, HOT HOUSE, and TWO FERNERIES, with brick furnace, &c. connected.

THE CUISINE ARRANGEMENTS are PERFECTION.

The Kitchen, 23 feet 9 inches x 21 feet 6 inches has a CEMENTED FLOOR, FIRST CLASS COOKING STOVE, with

every convenience. The SCULLERY adjoining & well fitted in every respect.

THE STORE ROOM

is most conveniently situated, with ample accommodation.

THE CELLARS in the BASEMENT are not to be surpassed for temperature, and THE STABLING arrangements consist of FOUR-STALL STABLE, DOUBLE COACHHOUSE, GIGHOUSE, BARN ??? room (properly fitted), MAPS ROOM, &c.

Detached from the house is an excellent ????????????????? Terms or Cash.

COMMODIOUS COUNTRY RESIDENCE and GROUNDS,

near PARRAMATTA,

With »bent 12 acres of IMPROVED LAND, 10 of which arc cultivated as an ORCHARD and VINEYARD

NEW STONE COTTAGE of EIGHT ROOMS, STABLES and

COACHHOUSE, and fine WATER SUPPLY

Only li milo from PARRAMATTA RAILWAY STATION, with a one METALLED Road all the wa?, and one hour from SYDNLÏ _

MILLS and PILE have boen instructed to sell by

AUCTION, ot their LAND SALF ROOMS, 154, PITT 8TREET,oppo«dto tho Post Office, on TUESDAY, November 12,

* X Th"e above really cholea COUNTRY PROPERTY, situated

ontho

WINDSOR ROAD,

opposite a portion of the renowned estoto of

JAMF8 PYE, Ksq ,

on the BROW of THE HILL, about half a mile from

the TOWN

THE LAND consists of ahoiit 12 acres, 10 acresjplantcd as nn ORCHARD and GARDEN, yielding an income of £200 per

annum

!mCOTTAGE contains S ROOMS budt of CUT STONE, with CEMENTFD YERANDAII back and front at the rear of which ate COACH-HOUSE and STABLES, also built of stone

The WATER SUPPLY is GOOD, and ABUNDANT

A fine QUARRY of SUprRIOR BUILDING STONE has been OPENED on the PROPERTY, having about 20 feet on the face Several öfters of _50 per annum have been made to rent this por- tions» there tfl o GREAT DEMAND for BUILDING STONL in the TOWN, «w this will bo the noarcst QUARRY

tSff* The Auotlonoors strongly recommend this as beings first

class praporty

_ Title, freehold Terms easy _

THE NEW1 TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH ROOKWOOD

61tuatodontho.LIVERPOOL ROAD,

TWO miles from ROOKWOOD RAILWAY STATION

And having about ONE MILE fiontage to the LIVERPOOL

ROAD and theBOOKWOOD MAIN ROAD

MILLS and PILL have roooivod instructions to soil by

auction, at their LAND Silt ROOMS 154. PITT 6TRBFT, opposite the Post Office,on TUESDAY, November 12th,

at 1130 prompt,

Tho above described TOWNSHIP of

SOUTH ROOKWOOD, comprising about

100 LARGE BLOCKS of LAND,

of from i of an aci ó to 5 aores each _

?».The reported purchase by tho GOVERNMrM of the HYDE PARK ESTATE, adjoining, foi the purposo di removing thither tho numerous CHARITABLT INSTITUTIONS, gives a value to THIS ESTATE possessed by none other excoptlng those ta the immed-te neighbourhood of Sydney

Terms verv liberal _

ST PETERS

BROWN 8TRFE1

Two pretty new CÖ1TAGES,

with LAND adjoining

BATT and RODD have been instructed to sell by

public Suction, at their ROOMS, 132, Pitt-street,

on THURSDAY, the 14th November, at 11 a m ,

AU that land »ituate m St Peters, having a frontage _

about «8 FEET to BROWN-STREET, by a depth of about 128 FEET, together with the cottages thereon, Which ore well built and finished, and are let At tho weekly rental ol 6t each.

The vacant land at the side of «mt cottage is fenced in, and avallablo as a site for two more cottages of a Blmilar description which, owing to th_ large wcuks in the neighbourhood, would slirayi command tenants

TITLE, FREEHOLD

Tenu, very liberal, at sale

BATT and RODD, Auctioneers,

132. Pltt^street AUBURN PARK ESTATE

BATT and RODD have received instructions to sell by

PUBIiIO AUCTION, at their ROOMS,

on THURSDAY, the 5th Dccembei,

the -whole of the unsold portions In this ESTATE _

The land has b«m SURVEYED «nd SURblvTDED ty Mr LICENSED SURVEYOR. REDÖS, Junr , and plsns, now In the hknds of tho lithographers will be ready In the course of a few days. The Estate is subdivided Into BLOCKS varying m AREA,

NO BLOCK being of less size than 1 acre in extent

SPECIALlTraS

RICH SOIL, HIGH ELEVATION, PARK SCENERY

GOOD ROADS, REASONABLE PRICE, IMMEDIATE POS- SESSION, «omblned with EXCEPTIONALLY LIBERAL TERMS. vU,lor 13J per cent CASH, tho BALANCE in roven equal InstahnenU, at interval» of S, C, 9, 12,15. l8, ond 21 MONTHS from DAY OF BALE, bearing 6 per cent interest, or a discount of i per cent for cash will be allowed If the whole balance be paid Within 2 months from the day of Sale

TITLE FREEHOLD, a largo portion nfldêr the REAL PRO-

PERTY ACT

Further particulars from the AUCTIONEERS,

Or fiom

T J JAQUES, Esq , SOLICITOR

Slock of Land

BATT and RODD have received instructions to sell by

PUBLIC AUCTION, at their ROOMS, on THURSDAY, the 14th November,

at li a m ,

All that valuable Block of Land in nrc-i about

8 AORES 3 ROODS 30 PERCHES,

having a good WATER 1 RONTAGE on one side, and a FRONTAGE to a RO_D on the other, the said road facing a lafgo RESERVE

Plans of tlis land for Sale may be seen on application at the

Rooms of tho Auctioneers

CITY PROPERTIES

BATT and RODD have received instructions to soil by

publio auoüon, some of the most valuable now la the market, vis, In

GEORGE-STREET

CUMBERLAND-8TREET PITT-STREE1

BATHÜHST-STftEET KENT-8TREFT

CASTLERFAGH-STREET FORT-STREET

fall psrüoulars, with PLANS, now on view st the BOOMS The day of sale will shortly be fixed

GLEBE-STREET, GLEBE

3 Houses, each 4 rooms, kitchen, &o, 1 Cottage, 2 rooms, kitchen, &c

BATT and RODD have been instructed te sell by

PUBU0 AUCTION, at their ROOMS,

, on ÍHUR8DAY, 14th November, stn a m ,

All that Und situate in GLEBE-STREEl.on which are

erected two reativ weU-bnilt brick houses, eaoh con- taining 4 rootas, kitchen, and ont-offlces, tajrethcr with the COTTAGEsdloUing The land has a FRONTAGE Of about 70 feet to Glebe-street, bv a depth of abont the street is a GOOD ONE, the PROPERTY in thorough repair, the rtntals 36s per week or £9312s per annum The title, LEASEHOLD, having ABOUT 70 YEARS unetplred

ALTHOUGH LEASEHOLD,themis NO GROUND RENT

TITLE, LEASEHOLD NO GROUND RENT _rnU__tonnatJ6a»nd carda to view from

BATT and RODD TOWNSHIP OF DUNGOG

VALUABLE TOWN ALLOTMENTS

BATT and RODD have been instructed to sell by

PUBLIC AUCTION, at their ROOMS,

on THURSDAY, 14th November,

at 11 o'clock,

^11 those very valuable town allotments, situate in the town

shlj> Of Dung**, Viz ,

. Lot 2, section 11

Loi 19, section 0 Lot 4, section 17 Lot 13, section 17 Lot 14, section 17

The above are tor ABSOLUTE SALE

WITHOUT RESERVE

Intending purchasers may inspect tho DEEDS and CROWN GRANTS at the Booths ot the AUCTIONEERS, ISÎ, PITT

SXBEET

._c w BATT and PODD

FOR ABSOLUTE SALB, WITHOUT RESERVE

8 Allotments, RAYMOND TERRACE.

"OATT «nd RODD have been instructed to sell by JO KTBUO AUCTION, st theil ROOMS,

on THURSDAY, 14th November,

atllo'olook,

AUthoto s valuable ALLOTMENTS Is RAYMOND TER-

RACE, as under

Lot 7, section 13 Lot 8, section 6 " "_,._. Lots, section 10

Fall particulars on application to the Auctioneers, 1S2, Pitt

street

-v...... ~ ~- - BATT and RODD

ASHFIELD,

100 YARDS FROM STATION

BATT and RODD have received inetraoüons to sell by

PUBLIC AUCTION, at "* P « "Y

THEIR

HEW CENTRAL SALE ROOMS,

1S2, PITT-STREET,

THURSDAY, November 14.

at 11 cm.,

HOUSE, 6 GOOD ROOMS, kitchen, ball, verandah, bal

eanjrJtnd outhouse», flower gorden in Iront«

MOST SUBSTANTIALLY

builtflf brick on stone, and standing «ia a

LARGE ALLOTMENT

ONE MINUTE FROM THE STATION.

i NOTE THEEXTRAOBDINABY TERMS 1

ÏIVB PEB OENT. CASH 1 t

| tfcebaUaoe«. 80s per week «u a rental

Füll* P_RTK*UIAR*«_4CARDS to view on «tppUcsfttoti to the-Auctioneers__^_BATT and RODD

By OBDBB of tte._XECUTORS under the WILL of the lato

Mrs DODDS

SOUTH~Í_ÑGSTON.

NEWTOWN

FAVOUBAJ&Y jaTU*TED COTTAGE BESITÍENCB and Off

PBOVED GBOUNDS,»t the oom«* of LIBERTY-STREET .nd TBAFALGAB-TIÍBBACE, only-two minutes' wtdk from, and withut atghtof, tha l*EWTOWN RAILWAY STATION.

BICHÂBDSQN and "WRENCH have received mstruo

DARLING-STREET, BALMAIN

BUSINESS PREMISES,known as MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,  

in DARLING-STREET, adjoining tho BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, opposite CURTIS ROAD ond the CON-

GREGATIONAL CHURCH

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have received in-

structions to sell by public auction, at the Rooms, Pitt street, on FRIDAY 8th November, at 11 o'clock,

All that piece of land having 23 FEET frontage to DAR-

LING-STREET, with a depth of 130 feet extending to a lane at the rear, upon which are those BUSINESS PREMISES known as MARLBOROUGH HOUSE, built of brick on stone foundation, and containing shop, private entrance, and four rooms, with large yard, &c ,

at the rear.

This valuable freehold property is most-centrally situated   in the BEST BUSINESS part of this populous and rapidly Improving suburb, and is within five minutes' walk from tho Adolphus-street and Dry Dock steamers' wharfs. The counter, shelving, and gasfittings go with the property

Terms at sale._   "DRINGE OP WALES' BIRTHDAY.

ALBFRT CRICKET GROUND.

OPEN TO ALL COMERS FREE OF CHARGE, particularly

thoso who aro in search of

BUILDING ALLOTMENTS

in this ATTRACTIVE and EASY of ACCESS PART of the

SUBURBS, only a fow hundred yard» from the

CITY BOUNDARY

J*g~ The lota will not bo offered at a fixed ground rent for the term of 75 years, but thoy wUl be submitted to intending pur- chasers at an annual rental to bo determined by the highest bidder

foi each lot

At tho faUof tho hammer the rental will be. fixed at the BID,

and the

ronruNATE purchasers,

foi the rentals eo arrived at will have to pay ONE YEAR'S rent in advance, and aU futuro payments will have to he made quarteil) as they fall due

How of Sale, 11 O'CLOCK,

NEXT SATURDAY MORNING

RICHARDSON and WRENCH,

Auctioneers

PLNRITH. *

TWO SAIALL TARAIS, between RICHAIOND and PENRITH, in

tho PARISH of CATII EREAGH, on the YUIN ROAD, about two milos fiom PEN Ml H RAILWAY STATION

They contain respectively 50 ACRES and 49 ACRES Ihe land is good average qualitj, with some timber thereon, and it is nat

subject to Hoods

Mr WILLI AM CLARK! S well-known lands divide the farm«, and the GLEBE, 400 ACRES, adjoins the western boundary of tho

50 AORKS

Tho FARAI belonging to Mr COULTER also adjoins the 50 aoro lot, and THOMAS F AUX'S 80 acres bound« the 49acre» on

tho south

RICHARDSON and WRENCH have received in-

structions to seU by publia auotion, at the Booms, Pitt «troet, on FRIDAY,

8th NOVEMBER, at 11 O'CLOCK,

The above-described two email farm«, near Penrith.

Title, Real Piopcrty Act

TERMS, one-third cash, and the residue in one or two years, at^ 7 per cent per annum______

BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE.

CLARENCE RIVER

The FLYING HORSE HOTEL, and 100 ACRES of Land, at tab

junoUon of tho roads from GRAFTON, LAAVRENCE. UPPER and LOWER RIOHMOND, and TENTERFIELD, pekig the most central spot for business on the Roads, about 27 MLLF9 from GRAFTON, and 10 MILES from

LAAVRENCE

"DICHARDSON and WRENCH have received initruo JD-i tions from the mortgagee, to «eil hy public auction, at the

Rooms, Pitt-strcot, Svdnev, on

TRIDAY, 8th NOVEMBFK, at li o'clock,

ALL THAT VALUABLE block Of land, comprising 100

ACRES, situated iib described above, together with the extensive premises thereon, known as

THE FLYING HORSE,

built of wood, and containing in all 10 apartments. The land is fenced and has been partiaUy oul-v&tcd

Tho position is undeniably good, in foot it is the kay spot of the district, being at tho junction of so many tobo-, Along which there is a great trafile at all times,

An aiea of 40 acres of the land is freehold, the residue 00 acre« is a conditional purchase made m November, 18GS, and there is a very largo tract of open foiestj Govei-iiment land adjoinùlg, not yet selected

A rough plan showing the position of theproperty in on view at the Rooms of the auctioneer«, Pitt-street, Sydney, and fnU par- ticulars can also bo obtained from Mr THOMAS SHOVELLER,

at Grafton

Term« at «ale

J NORTON, Esq, EU/abeth-strect, Sydney, Solicitor of the Mortgagee ._ . ^^^_^^

BEDMYRË RAILWAY STATION

BLOCK of LAND, containing 1 AOBE S BOODÖ, fronting the

RAILWAY XINE, west of the BEDMYBE RAILWAY STATION, and near the residenoe of B. NOTT, Ë«. ;

together with tha small

COTTAGE THEBEÖN It ho« frontages of

3-3 FFET to the RAILWAY LINE 850 FEET to a RESERVED ROAD

.«. A capital block for subdividing into allotmenis, which, from their close proximity to the station, would command ready sale Rodmyrc is now a popular and fashionable railway suburb

OICHARDSON and WRENCH have received instrnc JLUJ tions to sell bv public auction, at the Booms, Pitt-street, on IRIDIA 22nd November, at 11 o'clock,

ONE ACRE THREE ROOD1' of land, together with the

COTTAGE thereon, only a fow yard3 beyond the Bedmyre RaUwav Station

Plan of position on view st the Rooms

Messrs HOLDSWORTH and EVANS, Pitt-street, Solicitor« of

the Vendor

DARLINGHURST HEIGHTS.

IONA __

A COTTAGE RESIDENCE with upward« of HALF au ACRE of

LAND, fronting DOwT^CJ-STRBET, a few feet north of LIATiRPOOL-STREET.adJoining the residence of RICHARD JONES, Esq, and now in the occupation Of Mr B. T. Carter, junr

BICHARDSON and WRENCH have received in-

structions to seU by publio auction, at the Rooms, Pitt streot, on

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, st 11 o'clock,

AU that exceedingly VALUABLE and EXTENSIVE

BLOCK of FREEHOLD CITY LAND, in area TWO ROODS TWENTY TWO PERCHES, fronting DOW L1NG-S1RELT, Darlinghurst, on which is

IONA,

a charmingly situated cottage residence, with verandah ia fiout, and oontammg drawing and dining-rooms, two bedrooms, lutohen, bath-room, laundrv, and pantrv, with sheds, large yard, «Yo , connected with the soWcr Pot tion of the land is laid out as a flower garden, the residue is a weU-grassed paddock

83¥- A very VALUABLE BLOCK of CITY LAND, oooupyinr a MAGNIFICENT POSITION on the HEIGH1S of DARLING- HURST, between Liverpool and William strebt», with a northern aspect As a SITE for a MANSION, or for a TERRACE of FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCES, it is superior to any other in the city, being elevated, well drained, a convenient walk from the

business thoroughfares, ibid surrounded by good Bröpertie» The view from the position ia grand, embracing the Harbour and North Shore on the north, the Demain »ad dry on tha west, and AVooUahra on the east. - ,

Inspection particularly invited, for which purpose carie can be

obtained at the Rooms

Plan of the ground on view

Terms at sale

Big- TITLE, TORRENS' ACT.

TO CAB and DRAY PROPRIETORS,

alvo

SMALL CAPITALISTS and MECHANICS.

STRAWBERRY HILLS,

near

DEVONSHIRE and RILEY STREETS,

Lot 1-COLLEGE and BELVOIR STREET* AU that corner blook of land, having frontages of

74* ÏEET to BELVOIR-8TRKBT,

5 FEET to PEARL, late COLLEGE, STREET,

with a depth of the northern rid» of 48 feet, on wbioh is a wooden HOUSE, containing 8 rooms and kitchen, with «tobies and fheds,

yard, &c , at the rear

Lot 2-PEARL, late COLLEGE. STREET,

All that AUotment of LAND, having 85 FEET 7 mohes frontage

to tho west »Ide of COLLEGE-STREET, with a depth of 45 feet, upon which i» erected a Weatherboard COTTAGE of 2 rooms and kitchen, with shed, large yard, &o

B*B=" The attention of thone requiring . small dwelling, with (table accommodation, handy to the railway «tatton, deo, is

directed to this sale

TO ICHARDSON and WRENCH have received uistruc __.-> tions to seU by public auotion, at the Boom«, Eitt-street. on FRIDAY, 22nd November, at 11 o'clock.

The above describe- «mall city freeholds, at Strawberry

Hills, off Devonshire-street, a fewfeetweit of Riley street, 6urry Hills.

W COPE, E«q, Pitt-street, solicitor far the Vendor To those seeking hrst-class City Sites for Residences,

DABLTNGHURST BOAD.

EIGHT MAGNIFICENT BUILDING ALLOTMENTS

fronting

DARLINGHURST ROAD,

a few yards north of Liverpool-etreet, and lmmeditely opposite

ST JOHN'S CHURCH and PARSONAGE, together with the building thoroon known a»

ST JOHN'S COTTAGE

RICHARDSON and WRENCH havo received instruc-

tions-rom the PROPRIETOR to sell by publio »action, at the Booms, Pitt-street, on FBLDAY, 8th November, at 11

.o'clock, '

EIGHT UNRIVALLED CITY ALLOTMENTS,

lot 1 bas Î1 feet fiontage to Darlinghurst Boad, with a

depth of 156 feet, and a width at the rear of 40 feet

Lots 2 to 7, eaoh 20 feet frontage to Darlinghurst Boad,

with depths of upward» of llÄfeet, ex-aiding to s lane

st the rear

lot 8 ha» the -towing trontages*-_Mee*w-Diii_mrhnr8t

Boad, 189 feet 10 inches to a ddelane, and 24 feet to a

lane at the rear,

" ESS- Theso very CHOICE ALIOTMENTS occupy a SPLENDID position oa DARLINGHURST BOAD, a locality unequalled m the olty for private residences. The attention, not only at builder« and capitaliste, is directed to this opportunity for ««oaring beautifully attuated «lte«, but also that of gentlemen de*troa»af taildingfor themselves resldenoe» In a noted, health?, and favourite port of the city, wlthan agreeable »»peet, añdwíth In easy waBj^g distance framth» eantreof the inercantlje por

Plan of the subdivision on view at the Boom«.

ferme at sale

TITLE TORRENS' ACT.

fT!___-H-5~__,_i-gW_P(J -»? - *~--- "? ? « »

CÍALE OF ALBERT CRICKET GROUND

?J -

On SATURDAY NEXT, November 9

Tho Vendors having been informed that a report is current to

the effect that tho

Ar BERT GROUND

.will not be sold as a subdivision on tile ahovo dotc< Bivo autho- rised us to notify thnt the sale will positively take place at

11 O CLOCK,

on the Gronnd, on SATURDAY NEXT, tho 9th November, and

the instructions arc to sell it in

BUILDING ALLOTMENTS without the slightest reserve

» RICHARDSON and WRENCH,

Auctioneer»

P S -The auctioneers desire to request intending purchasers to inspect the very Handsomo TEA and COFFEE SERVICE, with SALVER, now on view at the SHOP of Mr COLE Bookseller, George and King streets, to be presented by the Albert Ground Company to the purchaser of the largest number of allotments on

day of sale

Also specially to draw the attention of mechanics and others to this unprecedented opportunity of securing a cheap leasehold property, with immediato possession, with the small legal cost of £1 Is for transfer complete, and enabling the purchasers to give as security a property that will be accepted by Building Societies

for adv anees foi building puiposes

PRELIMINARY NOTICE

of the

OBEATEST SALL OF THE PERIOD

THE MAGMFICfv T ESTATE

containing

309 ACRI S of I AND,

at

HOMEBUSH, surrounding the

RAILWAYSI'UrON, and extending from the

PARRAMAIIA ROAD

to near the

UVERPOOL ROAD

bevond

BURWOOD

FOR POSITIVE <*ALE,

by order of the 1 RUSH- Li> of tho

UNDERWOOD ES1 VIL

TITLE-REAL PROP1 RTY ACT

SOLICITOR to the 1 stale

JAMES NORTON, Esq , Eh/ibcth-cticot

KICHARDSON and "VVKENGH hnvo received in-

structions from the TRUblELS of the UNDLRWOOD EolATE, to sell bj public auction at the Itooms, Pitt-gerect, pn

MONDAY, 0th DECEMBER,

nt-11 o'clock prompt

THAT BEAUÏIFULIY SITUATFD PORTION

of this

WELL-KNOWN FREEHOLD PROPERTY

on the south side of the

RAILW4.Y LINE

»*. It is now boin!. Judiciously subdivided into

CHOICE VU 1\ SITES

commanding most extensive varied and channing Views

and

ALLO 1 MEMS,

to suit all classes of intending purchasers

THE 1LVS

is now m oom so of preparation/ and

LITIIÓGRA1H6

will Bhortl} bo issued

TER*rfS VERY LIBERAL

One-fourth eaeti, balanoe ntl 2, and 3v*ears,wifh interest thereon at the LOW BATE of SIX per oont par annum, faysblo quarterly

Further pwtlculirs of tins

VALU VBLE SUBDIVISION

will appear in a future advertisement.

8®- DAY of SALE

MONDAY, OthDhOSMBrit_l^___

BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS O? THE ESTATE Of tho

late Mr ROBERT HANCOCK

GEOBGE-STREET SOUTH

THAT MAGNTFICF\r and FX TENSIVE

BLOCK of CITY LAND,

having

05 FEET 7 INCHES FRONTAGE

to

GEÖBGE-9TRFET SOUTH,

near the

RAILWAY 1FRMIVÜS,

together with the FOUR SHOPS,

«Ibo,

BANGE of DWELLINGS at the rear, known as

HANCOCK S-SQUARi,

RICHARDSON and WREN OH havo roceived instruc-

tions from the Etccntors of the" Estate ter bell by public auc- tion, At the RdomS, Fltf-stredf, On ,

FRIDAY, 8tu November, at li o'clocl,

ALL THAT very valuable ann Most cen*rallv situated laige

block of citv land, having frontage of

OS FFET 7 INCHES to GEORGB-STRKKT SOUTH,

near the

RAILWAY TLHMINUS,

with the gond depth of 1J2 FAK1, together with the prembwè thereon, oompnsiiig

FOUR SHOPS, occupie 1 bv J Smith, confectioner,

C H Griffiths, station-r, Mr Claikc, whip-maker ;

and another At the rear are

STONE STÓRf-, of two-floors

Al o

EIGH1 STONE T\\ O-STORY HOUSES» known as HAN

GOOK'fc-SQUAHE

C3f The above i*a splendid block of city propei ty, in one of the rapidlv improving ana vei y -v uluable positions m GEORGE STREET, olose to the BMLWAY TERMINUS

It will be offered In ONr LOT, dud must be sold to (terry out he trtiitS under the will, and to close the estate Plan on view at tho Boom«

Terms at sale

T Read, Esq , Pitt-stiect, Soholtor foi the estate

P 6 -This property v. is disnosed of at the simo time as the adjoining lot, but the purchast-i would not wait until a trustee was appointe« to net in place of, Mr Dwyer , so tho deposit Was returned Hence the reason for its being brought forward agstot

The title is unquestionable, sr>d <t conveyance to purchaser can now be obta-ned without any e,* ay_|_

CLEARANCE S4.LE

of

VARIOUS SUBURBAN LANDS,

STANMORE BOYD, NEWTOWN PETLBSHA2Í ASHFIELD BURV- OOD

MILSOVS POINT, NORTH SHORE

BIOHARDSON and WRENCH havo reotnvdd instruc-

tion» from thePfiOPRIEfOftto sell by publio auoticm,at the Booms, Pitt-street, on

FRIDAY, 6th November, at ii o'clock,

STANMORE, NEW TOWN

ÎÏVÈ BÜILDÍN6ALLOTMLVT8 of LAND, eaêb having

83 feet frontage to Stanmore, Bond, with depths of 09 feet, extending to a lane al tho rear being lot6 19, 20, Zl, 22,aud28 cn* seotion 2 SOUTH KINGSTON ESTATE No 28 is st CORNER, and has also a frontage to MAROBANT-STBEET

Splendid building sit«, opposite MERTON LODGE« the resi- dence of A H M'Cuiloch, fun t E«q ' M L A , and thor WE&>

LEYAM COLLEGE GROUNDS

Title, Ton ens' Act

FETtilSHAM,

ne« the RAILWAY VIADUCT,.

VALUABLE ALLOTMFNT of LArit) On the CanterbllrV

Road, pdJoining Mrs Kent's RESIDENCE, between tho RAILWAY and PARRAMATTA ROAD, and near Mr THOttASM'GlLL'S PROPERTY

It is a corner enolotodwith two-rnll fencing, and has Sl^fcct fiontage to Canterbury Bosd, and 1Z0 feet frontage to Barkcr

Btrset.

ASHFIELD

SPLENDID COHNLtl VILLA SITE, WALLACP and

BBUCE STBKETS, near the highly improved proper tics bolo .King to Messrs RIDGE« JONES, COOK and others, and a short distance from the railway station It has the following largo frontages -

280 FEET to WALLACE-STREET.) ' 170 FEET to BRUCE-STREET, with a width at the rear of 180 feet

BURWOOD

DESIRABLE ALLOTMENT of LAND, Lot 21 Section 3 of

the BURWOOD ESTATE, having 46 feet frontage to   RIVER VIEW-TERRACE, depth 105 feet.  

** A capital Villa Site, near the railway crossing, west of the station,and immediately opposite WILLUMUMINA the residence of J.R. Bubb, Esq.

Also,

Nineteeen large Allotments of Land at Burwood, on the

GBAND VIEW LSTATEr

NORTH of the PARRAMATTA ROAD, overlooking the most beautifully kept and well known ORANGERY and RESIDENCE belonging to FREDERICK KING, Esq, about 15 minutes' walk from the BURWOOD

RAILWAY 8TATI0N

Nos 2 to S, 7 and 8 SIX LOIS, have each iO

FEET frondes to WHARF ROAD and EXCELSIOR STREET with depths through of from 200 FEET to

220 FEET

Kos 14, 15 10, 40, 47, 48, and 40, seven lota, each having

40 FEET frontage to WALL40B-8IREET, with depths of ISO feet Nos 16 and 48 aie corners, and have respectively 150 feet frontage to EXCELSIOR

and GLADSTONE STREETS

Nos 83, 80, 43, 43, 44, and 45, SIX LOTS, overlook Mr

KING'S ORANGERY, ahd have each 40 FEFT fron- tages to BROUGHTON and GLADSTONE STREETS, With depths through of 210 to 230 feat

Title Tonen»' Act

MILSON'S POINT, NOBTH SHOBE

FAVOURABLY SITUATED BUILDING ALLOTMENT

of LAND on the south sido of FITZROY-8TRBET, near Mr DEACON'S RESIDENCE, within fivo minutes' walk from the STEAMER'S WHARF

It has 85 foot frontage to Fibroy-street, with a depth of 00 feet,

and on it there is a stone foundation of a house

83?" The who!« of the above are in the market for bona-fide sale, therefore Intending purchase! b are particularly requested to inspeot the several lots prior to the day ol sale,

FRIDAY, 8th NOVEMBER flans ore on view st the Rooms

Terms at sale

D

ESIRABLE INVESTMENT IN THE MACLEAY

DISTRICT

HOTEL, SMITH'S SHOP, RESIDENCE, BUTCHER'S SHOP,

end SLAUGHTER YARD, let on lmp.ov'ng leases (which fall In next My) for £92 per annum Branding on 8 acres rioh alluvial land, In Smith Town, near Free Feme Post and Telegraph Office

To be Sold by Auction,

on

MONDAY, November l8, 1878, on the promises, by the undersigned

A fortune to small capitalists

> ^^ O.JO. DAMOAB,

LIVERPOOL PLAINS DISTRICT.

KEEPIT STATION,

together with

13,800 MIXED SHEEP

500 HEAD CATTLE ! E-stimatcd capability

30,000 SHEEP

HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN haye been ftw

atruoted bv B Blaxland, Esq. to «oil by public «uotion, at

the Exchange, Sydney, THIS DAY, 6th November, 187»]

at 12 o Cock, KEEnT STATION, ,_ _ .

situated on the NAMOI RIVER, just above its unctior.

a^e^eml'oharactor1^ the COTOTBY is black soil flat«;

«/AMPLY WATERED by the NAMOI BrVEB.whlo-j

pMics through the CENTRE OP THE BUN, ana Wongo, Halllnger, nnd Bnshes Creeks, and numeran* SI'BINGS and DAMS __,__.,... . "»._ There are about 4500 »ores of freehold land, and »«"»*.

conditionally purchased

The STOCK consists of _

600 head mixed CATTLE

13,850 ditto ditto SHEEP, vi» i EWES-11 000, now lambing

2,000, maiden

200 rams

05Ö ratiori sheep

all more or less. _

About 8000 ol the above owes have lambed and show an Boreaisj of cent per cent _ I

The IMFEOVEMENTS consist Of lesidence, wool shed, drafting yards, cattle yaids, hoiee paddock, and several aheep-proof mddoc-ks, and neal ly the w hole ot the boundaries are fenced , thol estimated area of the tun is about 100,000 acres ,

The above run fount onoot tho best breedmg atahona in thai district, bemg good sound country and singularly adapted to» sheep-breeding, as is shown by the oxtnrai^iu»ry niuaber ol(twins and thnbs in the present lambing, and if worked with HiekorlMlli as at present, would yield an immehjorovenuo, _"_*«_

It is only «Hough the ckoth of onoof tb« parteirs thattbiav volnablo property Is offered for sale, the surviving partner tateruW ing to relinquish squatting after winding up th« partnorsnlp.

Full particulars may bo obtained on appucauon to

1 HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN, Sydney.. f

-LTVLRPOOL TLAINS DI61B1CT.

HICKLRB1LL STATION.

UNSIOGKED

Estimitcd Capability

20,000 Sheep

HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN have received

instiuctioiis fiom R Blaxland, 1 *} , tri sell by pübUo auction, at the I xclmiigc, Sydney, THIS DAY, 0th Nove_-<

bei, 1878, atl2o'cloen, ^^._ , ."." .

K1ÓKEBBILL STATION,

situated on the MOOKI RIVEK, and sunounded by thal

A A Comp-tny's Celobnted W amh Station. Seivills, Mooki Springs, loi restore, Yarraman, Wulhollow, and Chit Breö/i Stollôrfs- . ,

Tho COUMRY consistí of exceedingly rich black Soil

ploins, and l>6-¿ i Idí¡cs, and is admitted tobo tho grand ct fattening i till on the plains

Tho WATER is abundant and well defused over the run,

which ni additurn to extensivo f run tage to the Mooki Rivei. has about 80 Wellt, the principal of which aie m woililng order, and fitted with water litt«, Wllüns, _c

Itscfttryingc-apicltyisfiil!. ttp to 20,000 sheep, and would

fatten of£ 15,000 sheep pei annum

Throe aro about 2027 acics pitiohased land* and 8283 acres Cou-< dltionally purchased

The Improvements include superior clcbt-roomed cotwge and garden, kitohen, laundrv, storb, and all necessary outbuildings, stock and sheep drof Ung > ai ds, _e , all in good order

Tbo wholp inn is seourclj fenced, and subdivided into pad- docks of about 0000 dcres, in addition to homestead, hoiso, and, cultivation padrtooks .

In placing this pi oporty before thepnblie, the metioncerá would point out that it only re iches the market in consequence of tho death of one of thp partners, the Survivor intending to wind up the affaire of the partnership, ntid rellnqaish squatting pursuits

This run is undoubtedly one Of the best if not tho best fnttening» run m this favonrito district, and is certainly not surpassed in it» fattcninp; properties bj any run In the coIon>

Full particulars may be,obtained on application to

'_HARRÍ1QN. JONFS. nnd DEVLIN. Sydney I

~~ """ WARRÍGO DISTRICT,

NEW SOUTH WALLS

GERARA SMIJNGS RUN,

together with

6500 MIXED SHEEP,

100 HEAD CATTLE

HARRISON, JONES, and DEVLIN ha\e been in-

structed to sell by public! auction, at the Lxohango, Sydney, on WEDNESDAY, 11th December, 1878, at 12 O'cloofe,

GERARA SPRINGS,

situated about sivty milos from BREWARRINA, and the same distance frönt BOURKE, and embfa<y«'dii mea of about 64,000 nore* of the richest fattoring county, corm'tin). of open silt busby with belts «a

gldgeai and pine ndges

The eountiv is ABUNDANTLY AND PERMANENTLY WATERED by three springs, which during the late protected, drought never Jaded, and affoid a sufficient supply to water at least l"r,000shfcp ?"?

YV ith this Run will bo sold

5i00 voung well-bied mixed SHEEP Kio head CAT! LI*

(k11 moie or lets)

Tonnvorioinseuchof a really good little property this offers special advantages, ne the count! v «ian scnreelv bo surpn«sad, while its «îtuatiori render» it a «of* and highly lomunerativo

investirent

Full pnrtioulsrs mar b» ob'nlnsd upon application to HARRIS SON, JONES, and DÇVLIj^ jiydnev_

" WOODSTOCÄSECOND ANNUAL SALE

PURE-BRFD Dl/VON, HERFFORD, SHORTHÖBN, and

other CATlLL, ab>0 WELL-BRED MAÄES

HARRISON, JONES, nad DEVLIN have Mceived

instruction« from WALTER LAMB, Esq , to soil bv pubfio onction, ot WOODSTOCK, BOOTY HILL, THIS DAY,

6th November, at 11 o'clock,

30 PURE DEVON COWS, with calves at foot, or in calf to

EARL OF DEVON and CORRECTOR

10 PURE DEVON HEIFERS, l8 Month» to 2 years old 15 PURE DEVON HEIFERS, about 12 months

20 BURL DEVON BULLS, by CORRECTOR and _A_L

OP DEVON

10 HALF-BRED DEVON COWS and HEIFERS

10 PURE-BRED DEVON STEERS, adapted forWOrknlg.

Also,

The prls-a Hereford bulls DUKE OF BRONTE by PRIN(Jb

OF WALLS, dam DUCHESS OF BRONTE (both im.

4 YPOUNG HEREFORD BULLS/ by DUKE OF BBONTB

15*PURE HEREFORD COWS and HEIFERS, fonde!

wJthoalves at foot by the DUKE OF BRONTE

THE SHORTHORN BULL, IMPERIAL PUR__E 40th

SEVERAL- PURE-BRED SHORTHORN COWS and

HEIFERS

A few WELL-BBED BÍABES, with foil» at foot by SAN

JOSE PATCHEN, imported American trotter

And some ponies, by the imported Shetland, COMMODORE

NUTT.

After seveial years' experience Mr, Lamb has proved beyond doubt that no cattle thrive in the County of Cnraberbuid Uko th( DEVON ; and as yoting well-bred stock ara the only description now-purchased for fattening purpose», the attention of farmers is particularly called to the fact

N B -Intendinir buyers aro lafdrmed that the «tooti nan be in« spoctod at Woodstock prior to sale any time ¿hey pay appoint

with the auctioneers

CATALOGUES con now be obtained at- the office of th«

Auctioneers '

"in ' ' ."- « '»" ' ' ' » '.-.i rf

Preliminary Notice

TOOLOOMBILLA STATION,

MARANOA DISTRICT, QUEENSLAND.

MORT and CO. have received instructions to otter for

salo b; public auction, on a dato of which duo nonoe Will be given, "

THE TOOLOOMBILLA ST ATJON.situated to the Maranoa

Distuot. about 00 miles from ROMA, consisting: ot about 170 SQUARE MILES QF OÛOD SOUND FAT 1EMNG COUNTRY, PERMANENTLY WATEEED

With Tooloombilla -will bo sold upwards of 2000 HEAD of

WELL--BRED GAI TLB

1, ho improvement* ore good and complete, and m every respect , suitable foi a resident proprietor and the proper working of the I station ;

Further particulais will bo furnished só éooií as tho date of sale | Is fixed upon. Meanwhile tho Auotlonûérs would invite the attend I tiön of thoso looking out for a FIRST-GLASS INVESTMENT tv I this SQUATTAGB. which, from the natal« of the country and1

VARIETY of the HERBAGE, is ftjwuiy taiUbto for t«be«p a» far I cattle

Tor further Information apply to

MORT and CO,

_8vdney_

PRELIMINARY ADVKBTISEMENT. "

NIMBEY STATION,

LACHLAN DISTRICT, NEW SOUTH WALES.

G F "WANT has received instructions from J. B.

. Donkin, Esq , to roll by public auction, at the Chamber of Commerce, Exchange, Sydney, on TUESDAY, 26th November* 1878, at 12 o'clock, W1THOÜ T RESERVE.

AT THE RISK OF FORMER PURCHASER,

The oompaot and well-improved sheep and cattle station

known as NIMBEY.

It is situated on the Southern line of railway from Sydney, ita boundary running np to the township of Murrumburrah, and embraces an area of about 4400 aores of good agricultural and

pastoral land The whole is fenced with wire and log fencing*

and subdivided

A plentiful Biipplyof AVATEB« is obtained in all seasons from; Cunningham's Creek and other strinll streams

IMPROVEMENTS consist of Riven-roomed dW«tbna_ot_sè, with every convenience for dome» tie comfort ; paddooka of «aariotu aire», sheep yard», huts, «re , all tn good repair

STOCK, about 3500 sheep (more or less), all in first-clas»

condition

Full particulars will appear m future advertisement, or can b»

obtained on application to

_-_G F. WANT, H-iter-stroet, Sydney

UPPEB MITTAGONG, or the BONG BONG ESTATE, NEAÄ

BOWRAL

To Farmers, Graaiors, Dairy Men, and Gcntlomeo in request of*'

Retired Country Homestead.

1400 ACRES OF FERTHJ3 LAND.

well watered and Timbered,

Now being SURVEYED and SUBDIVIDED

injo well-arranged

BLOCKS AND FARMS.

AREAS, convenient for all classes of Bayers

SITUATION, SOUTHBBN BALLWAY LINE, ¿bout a MO«

from .the BOWRAL Ballway Siirtion, on the KANGALOON (Government) rood, whiob leads from MOSS VALE and.

Bowral to Kiama

The Land is bounded by tho THBOSBY PARK ESTATE, the

HOMESTEAD AND ESTATE OF B ROBERTS. Eau. mai the property of - SHIPLEY» Ebq.

PEELIMINABY NOTICE.

JOHN TAYLOR has been favoured with totraotb»*

frotn the trustees of the above estate, to sell by poblio auction, at Mrs BILEY'S HOTEL, BOWBAL, on

THUBSDAY, 2Sth NOVEMBRE,

Tho above ronlly Voluable Property, UPON MOST LIBEw

. BAL TERMS

LHHOGRAPHS wilUhortly be faunud.

"Mr. Boyla," aoivâyor. now aooaged nwking (be survey wtB

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