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2 noelwoodhouse 4,039,506
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5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
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Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 20 July 1855 [Issue No.2555] page 3 2020-05-24 16:09 Dear bir,-We, tho undersigned Passengers
Íier the British Trident feel it necessary, and due
o yourself, to express our pleasure and eatisf action
at the kind uud unremitting attention which you
havo paid to our health and comfort.(as far as in
and trust you will acoept toe slight accompanying
, and your own untiring energies.
I We are, dear Bir,
John Purcell Thomas DI' kins
L. Weil William Morrison
Thomas Guthrie Rioliard H. Perssi
Benjamin Oeardsell Pierce Hackett
John Woir - Whyte
Edward Roberts Arthur V7m, O'Connor,
British Trident, at Sea, July lOïu, 1855.
Dr. Hutchinson, accompanied by a purse contain.
ing a handsome donation._43 jly 21
Thomson, tho second mate, also Mr. Burnett, the
stable Keneth McDonnld
Matt. Costole John McGee
John McCarter Michael Glesson
Dear Sir,-We, the undersigned Passengers
per the British Trident feel it necessary, and due
to yourself, to express our pleasure and satisfaction
at the kind and unremitting attention which you
have paid to our health and comfort(as far as in
and trust you will accept the slight accompanying
and your own untiring energies.
We are, dear sir,
John Purcell Thomas Dickins
L. Well William Morrison
Thomas Guthrie Richard H. Perssi
Benjamin Beardsell Pierce Hackett
John Weir - Whyte
Edward Roberts Arthur Wm, O'Connor.
British Trident, at Sea, July 10th, 1855.
Dr. Hutchinson, accompanied by a purse containing
a handsome donation. 43 jly 21
Thomson, the second mate, also Mr. Burnett, the
stable Keneth McDonald
Matt. Costolo John M Gee
John McCarter Michael Gleeson
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 20 July 1855 [Issue No.2555] page 3 2020-05-24 15:59 at their yards 'ate Bear's Horse Market,
20th Instant, at twelve o'clook sharp,
? About 20 head of young horses, well adapted
for saddle ond light harness, from the
TÏÎÏS DAY.
EROW and CO. will sell by auotion, at their
. yards, Bourke-stroet, on Friday, 20th in3t.,
at twelvo o'clock,
to heavy and light harneBS work. 1586
w Notice !
Totally Unreserved Salo of all the Goods left for
E JACOB begs to give notice, that in conso

. queuce of closing his premises on Friday,
eleven o'elock sharp,
All the Goods left In the rooms for sale, unless
previously taken away, consisting of,
5 cwt. hottling wax
DrapGry goods
Jewellery, watches, ia.
And sundry other goods too numerous to par

'ticularise.
rostrum, weighing machine, iron safe, se. The
trade are invited to the clearing-out solo on
are requested to be sent in immediately for pay-
ment, and all debts due must bo paid forthwith.
Elegant Rosewood Pianoforte, Engravings, se.
E JACOB will sell by auction, on tho pre

a mises,. Cremorno-street, Richmond,
full-toned rosen ood pianoforte, mahogany chef
'fioncir, parlor table, sets mahogany chairs and
vase?, elegant lamp, crimson curtains, books, se.
" Harvey demonstrating to Charles 1. the cir
?culatlon of the blood;" ihe "Deer Stalkers," by
Ansdell ; the " Queen's Favorites," se.
Silver and plated goods, consisting of cruet
frame, liquor-frame, decanter-stands, spoons,
forks, te. ; glass decanters, wines, se. The bed-
room furniture includes walnut bedsteads, chests
of drawers, washstauds, chairs, night commode,
with force pump, Ac
In the kitchen is a large-sized English cooking
stove, plate-shelf, sets ot wiro and block tin dish
covers, crockery, se.
Also two fiue goats, about twenty fowls and
daoks, capital ben-house, se.
Further particulars at the rooms of tho auc-
tioneer, 81 Swanston-street, facing Police Sta
tion._ 282 jly 23
EDE CARLE will sell by auction, at tho
a Mart of Commerce, opposite Queen's
4 cases of now goods, consisting of
Clocks, oasii ùoxeVioxi'Y' i/iwiynraita_
300 pieces room paper, in flock, satin, *c.
Positive and Unreserved Sale of Freehold Pro-

perty, on tho ground, at Brunswick.
J~T\ DE CARLE will sell by, auction, on the
li. ground, at Brunswick," on Wednesday,
25th Inst., at eleven o'clock,
Mr. Thornton, who is about removing to Kyno,

ton.
one with kitchen ; also, stabling, piggeries, out-
houses, sheds, A3. An excellent garden, under
crop, with half an aero green-stuff ready to cut :
onions, cabbages, peas, beans, lettuce, ic.
The wholo seourely fenced, and large water-hole
N.B.-Tho property it situate 400 yards from
the great Sydney road, on the street nearly oppo-
site Wcslcyan Chapel, and closo to the residence
spots in the country. > :
No Reserve. 1504
Positivo and Unprecedented Sale of 574 Cases
No. 2 Munlla Ciga's.
to Mr. Charles Newton) havo received
instructions from Messrs. Smith Brothors and
Co., tho importers, to sell by auction, at their
rooms, 41 Pitt-stroct, Sydney, on Thursday, 20th
~inst., at cloven o'clock,
'Tho wholo of their stocks of No, 2 Manila Cigars,
as follows:
, Ex Gazelle, 30 cases
Caroline Chisholm, 00 do
Oscar Vida!, 08 áo
The auctioneers beg to call tho particular at-
tention of intending purchasers to tho fact that
tho whole of theso importations havo beon abovo
twolve months in band, and aro consequently
much enhanced in valuo.
Co.'s importations is so well known to the trodo
and shippers, that they ncod scarcely bo recom-
mended to replenish tholr stocks for the approach-
ing season, when very high pricos may be looked
for, owing to tho oxtremoly low stooks now in
Terme at Sale.
Hay, Oats, -Potatoes.
N KINS M AN has recolvod Instructions, to
a submit to public competition, tho ontire
the Australian Wharf, oloso to the now dook, on
Friday, 20th inst,,
Consioilng of
20 tons primo hay
400 bushols food oats
40 tons potatoos, good sample.
Torms- Cash. 230
lu ro Andrew Lpvo, jun., by Ordor of the
Official Assignee
WH. FERRIER will soil hy public auo

a tion, at 40 Ryrio stroot, Goolong, at an
Having an area of 102,000 acres, or 300 square
Tyrril, and surrounded by tho runs of Mossrs.
ridge, Brothers, *o.
Full particulars will bo given provloua to sale.
Plan of estate on view at tho offloo of tho
Bales by Auction.
at their yards, late Bear's Horse Market,
20th instant, at twelve o'clock sharp,
About 20 head of young horses, well adapted
for saddle and light harness, from the
THIS DAY.
EROW and CO. will sell by auction, at their
yards, Bourke-street, on Friday, 20th inst.,
at twelve o'clock,
to heavy and light harness work. 1586
Notice !
Totally Unreserved Sale of all the Goods left for
E. JACOB begs to give notice, that in consequence

of closing his premises on Friday,
eleven o'clock sharp,
All the Goods left in the rooms for sale, unless
previously taken away, consisting of, —
5 cwt. bottling wax
Drapery goods
Jewellery, watches, &c.
And sundry other goods too numerous to particularise.

rostrum, weighing machine, iron safe, &c. The
trade are invited to the clearing-out sale on
are requested to be sent in immediately for payment,
and all debts due must be paid forthwith.
Elegant Rosewood Pianoforte, Engravings, &c.
E. JACOB will sell by auction, on the premises,

Cremorne-street, Richmond,
full-toned rosewood pianoforte, mahogany chiffonier,
parlor table, sets mahogany chairs and
couch covered in haircloth, capital 16-day
vases, elegant lamp, crimson curtains, books, &c.
" Harvey demonstrating to Charles I. the circulation
of the blood;" the "Deer Stalkers," by
Ansdell ; the " Queen's Favorites," &c.
Silver and plated goods, consisting of cruet-frame,
liquor-frame, decanter-stands, spoons,
forks, &c. ; glass decanters, wines, &c. The bedroom
furniture includes walnut bedsteads, chests
of drawers, washstands, chairs, night commode,
with force pump, &c.
In the kitchen is a large-sized English cooking-
stove, plate-shelf, sets of wire and block tin dish-
covers, crockery, &c.
Also two fine goats, about twenty fowls and
ducks, capital hen-house, &c.
Further particulars at the rooms of tho auctioneer,
81 Swanston-street, facing Police Station.
282 jly 23
E. DE CARLE will sell by auction, at the
Mart of Commerce, opposite Queen's
4 cases of new goods, consisting of -
Clocks, cash boxes and ornaments
300 pieces room paper, in flock, satin, &c.
Positive and Unreserved Sale of Freehold Property,

on the ground, at Brunswick.
E. DE CARLE will sell by auction, on the
ground, at Brunswick, on Wednesday,
25th inst., at eleven o'clock,
Mr. Thornton, who is about removing to Kyneton.


one with kitchen ; also, stabling, piggeries, outhouses,
sheds, &c. An excellent garden, under
crop, with half an acre green-stuff ready to cut :
onions, cabbages, peas, beans, lettuce, &c.
The whole securely fenced, and large water-hole
N.B.-The property it situate 400 yards from
the great Sydney road, on the street nearly opposite
Wesleyan Chapel, and close to the residence
spots in the country.
No Reserve. 1594
Positive and Unprecedented Sale of 574 Cases
No. 2 Manila Cigars.
to Mr. Charles Newton) have received
instructions from Messrs. Smith Brothers and
Co., the importers, to sell by auction, at their
rooms, 41 Pitt-street, Sydney, on Thursday, 26th
inst., at eleven o'clock,
'The whole of their stocks of No, 2 Manila Cigars,
as follows: -
Ex Gazelle, 30 cases
Caroline Chisholm, 66 do
Oscar Vidal, 68 do
The auctioneers beg to call the particular attention
of intending purchasers to the fact that
the whole of these importations have been above
twelve months in bond, and are consequently
much enhanced in value.
Co.'s importations is so well known to the trode
and shippers, that they need scarcely be recommended
to replenish their stocks for the approaching
season, when very high prices may be looked
for, owing to the extremely low stocks now in
Terms at Sale.
Hay, Oats, Potatoes.
N. KINSMAN has received instructions, to
submit to public competition, tho entire
the Australian Wharf, close to the new dock, on
Friday, 20th inst.,
Consisting of
20 tons prime hay
400 bushels feed oats
40 tons potatoes, good sample.
Terms-Cash. 230
ln ro Andrew Love, jun., by Order of the
Official Assignee.
W. H. FERRIER will sell by public auction,

at 40 Ryrie-street, Geelong, at an
Having an area of 192,000 acres, or 300 square
Tyrril, and surrounded by the runs of Messrs.
ridge, Brothers, &c.
Full particulars will be given previous to sale.
Plan of estate on view at the office of the
Sales by Auction.
Robert White Duncan Alexander
William Christie, baker John Mechan
Matt. Costole John McGee
July 17th, 1855. 1589

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