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Ashnon.

Marriaees.

Via

April April April i tay

1 April 15 April 21 May IS May

8 April 22 April

12

Hobart evcr> alternate MONEY TO

And

thenceforward BATES OF PASSAGE Pint Saloon Second Saloon Betum Tickets TO

weok FUROPE

BY POUTS coasting

PASSENGERS OVLP

lowest

rates.

ED

DAILY,

AP

venience

ALL local

bj

THIS EV or

COMPANY CAN POUIE. proceeding main Uno steamers

LAY at

con-

issued VOYAGE for ROUVD SPECIAL-TICKETS via Zealand LOW HATES from Now Sjdne> ports Melbourne with breaking journey at any pmilcgoof Melbourne has all On arm al at passenger ports of completing tho journey by .steamer or rail option TICKETS

GOOD

IS B -Passengers the accommodation of utcaincrs before

U>TTL

and

Corinna Co '»" This Da), at noon. (Union FIJI, from SIDNEY Rockton N Co '«), Wednesday Fcb (AU from MELBOURNE FIII, Fcb Ovalau Co 'e), SaturJav, 15 (Union HOBART (direct) Co Oonah (union To-morrow, 1pm '«) Tasmania Parkei «) (Huddart, S«turJaj,Feb iroin MELBOURNE LAUNCESTON, btcimer Co s), Monda}s, (Union Ihursdays,

at and and tho

fe

USED

pirticulnrly arrangement! elsewhere

aro

booking

(PAMBULA

requested by tho

to inspect above Line

SYDNEY to LONDOV, MARSEILLES via PARIS from with of postal contiact tho Government MELBOURNE ADELAIDE at calling SAID MAHE SUE¿ and 10BT ALBANY, REUNION, MAURIbooked to BOMBAI Passenger« Ol' Al RICA TIUS and EAST COAST of 0000 The eemce ia earned on by po« erf ul «tolmer* and New Caledonian built expressly for the Australian tom as follows line which will bo despatched OVERLAND Steamers under

NEW

en

with

appointed

electrio

SATURDAY

Bonlard

D

NEXT,

N LA 27

iMay 2

tbo

on

to from £20 to £05, Rates of passage rooney Mancilles table wines and Suez Canal duos on passenger« including RETURN TICKETS issued at the following rates

For all particulars UVION S 6

-

[first '

Class £105

.Second Class £04 £08

_£115

iThird

NOON

TV

COMP IVY S li 1 Steel Steamship MANAPOURI fitted with electric throughout light, a ill be despatched on KLM 11th FEBRUARY at NOON, SATURDAY and Cargo at current with rates Passengers

_..

UNION

ZEALANU

Steerage,

blnglo

_

61EAMSHIP

T EVERY ïhe

TEN

UNION

Passenger Stcamsbin Expresa W VRRIMOO 1 Wootons 45001 HP, be despatched 11th 1EBRUAKY,

Now

so well ELECTRIC

_will BATURDAÏ CALLING

BLUFF,

at li noon, MELBOURNE MILFORD AT PORT CHALMERS, LYTTLLTON, AUCKLAND 1RAλ SHIPMENT VITHOUT

SOUND WEL T '

and

0 0

(via

«ist«

HOLIDAY

per-

at

exception

JIHE

BEST

and running

AU Stato Rooms aro of exceptionally «ire and largo fitted whilst the Music superbly Dining Smoking an 1 Social Saloon« oro f urmshed on a acolo hitherto uu known on the coast Stowardesso» earned in tho second cabin as well as in tho taloon are crante 1 SPECIAL TICKETS for tho laiscngcn to round vos ago at 10WHV.TL¡> from back 6>dnej Byunc) the Batno steamer and Imo tho option of by tllcIr »t nn> Fare £1010« ournor port. *ti?H?5R IMENUISG 10URIS1S aro to INSPECT requested the accommodation of these steamships_

just

~"

D

S S TAS-MANTA 3050 tons, leaics Huldart Iirkcrs Wharf TUISDVY H BltUAia », ot4pm titoim-«riip, uncoan.ll 1 in this trade "»»ffninçfnt nuca with chatillon «urlicnto cioctno lighting. cooling anit all modem sanitan arrangements Her cabin« aro all on the main deck with n promenade occu above which accommodation, gi\ea p «ongirs ample ana makes the passage most enjoyablo EXCURSION

ETTTSCH

CO,

(German LINT AN 11\

TO

£2

0

ii>z^nay

will

10

bci"5

to

to Sjdnos

'"»«a Launceston

from to

in tho Colonies desirous of bringing out friends Residents of and others from Lngland and tho Contuicut urapo aro facilities of passage-money m aûordcd bj pro-paymmt rates Australia at the following London £11 13 0 From FroniHambuigor Antwerp £12 15 0

0

Mney

to '

4

81 ~jk

For

furthor particulars applj HUDDAIT 1 UtliÜR O«T» »SLi^yinrf

and CO Í

»t_of

NGLO

-

-

C0SIc¡^YttV57íE,^77EALAI«D ^AbMANIA Combination Through i

Tho

|T ihtoil,. DAY DAY

ana

SON

4

ATOOMBA

TICKETS

M

.

.WOOL

admitodTrbe^hTBest

v"UCTIONoath° Torrens title

d17 of«T ^FAÎfe8TÏa.Aîîr1î,S*m WAÎiiUN,WATKjm,Q0TDEn1iulinAIlDWICK7 on

Plana

TO new

,

S3ÑE

via

Co

N

I

for

BYRON

'«),

IHE

_

.

T

l S S

ment Birds.

aie

at tho

WEDNESDAY,at

Steamship

S S OAKLAND, RICHMOND Wharf

MLLBOURNt

leagera at Ballina

bMlttl J li Commander, register will have prompt despaUh GIBBS and CO liltioní, Agenta and Co's Stores received at Talbot tons

fully

high lence

n

nrPW contracted

ORTH

w

not

II

his

by

ty___

S

Y

bo

crew

fröni

YRrAWONGA

CL UMS must ho

by

1

Auctioneer*.

by

Captain

of

noon

SALL

W

VTT

\\

ear

and

pad

and any

Agents for any wrtten

the)

?WAÍSIS,

AUCTION Torrens 10 16

and

WATKIN,

on

register

CHESTER

Agents ng-«tieet.

C5

Princes-

or

t.

EVGINEERING-COM

nid Y

Lm S BA'i

ed

DRY DOCK canal lo of admltt ng TONb also lHHLLPVTENr SLlls modstes) to "OuOTONo ono for ps up to 60 and ono for L AliNCHEa IONa up L AN D and onl »ni R1I VIRSti te

1

M VEIN

ENGINES

1*

VTSStLS le

ti

the

s

x

10V

and

and

of

Albur)*,

of

4500

ace

m

SHIPS

BOILERS

ACCOUNTS. SOUTH

GOYDER,

on

s) Deputy-Registrar. V. FLOOO NAOLr, Proctor, Albury. By his Agenta, Messt*. DIBBS and QiBEOv,_£olicitors, Sydney. COURT OF NEW SOUTH SUPREME WALES.

da} and

IN

'

Esq

Mooro box ore

solicited

earnestly

on

OP

COURT

HUGHES, HUGHES,

and 84 Elizabeth-street,

IHE

of

rman

S COLUMBIAN CHICAGO 1S53

-ftOBLD

Or

;

NEW

VERY

BEER

order.

TEA,

samples

for the

bond

in

JAMES

P

and JAMES

half-chests free.

posted

Sales private RODD and

1NG,

every

day,

duty CO.,

HIGHLAND and extels purity

others.

all

full

weight RODD, W)n CLOTH

Wednesday

CO._

for JAMES

8TOVES.

cheap

Town

nail

old

and Range« Repaired pipes

and

'BLANKS.-Í00"gñllons,

extra

_H. /

1

and J. Toobc),

Standard

AS STOVES.-That

and

Re-fitted, Aboso

olbosss.

best

no

am.

BATURTrains Plans.

Brewery. last

J.

the

L brary at and they instant Book or of any kindly disposed tu

Town

Hall,

GLA8SOP Council

m

Ra

nn

the Blue Mountains. AUCTION DAY Next, at 3 p.m. lorrens from 8 am. and 10.15 bydner

WATKLV,

and

will

Delaiua Lace, Arc. Fancy Material Faucy Material

of Directors.

last

improvement tho Eng,

art

iel

Ra

iii

o

the

IN AN C1 CO MP AN a »PIUNG-SIRELT

Hon

Fancy has

BOTHSOHILD

Crcpon

The svbolo of our been rc-marked, less than

AND

of tha ALLIANCE ASSURANCE been REMOVED to Alliance-chamwhere for tho future it will be as that of the management Assurance Limited Company JAB ANDERSON

Manager W

GOSDON

£200

DAN

1803_ "O'CONNELL

COMPANY

on title. a m.

GOYDER,

on

the

Ground,

SATUR-

Train« Easy terms. Plan«. day of salo. and HARDWICK, Auctioneers.

Al L C Chairman Rollo A Capo, Esq James Plummer, Esq.

A Joseph, Esq EsqE Ii

Phillip

Bussell, PUliCHAbab

Lsq ASbETS

in

MUTÜSE

Insolvent,

PRO

floor)

Melbourne_

ASSIGNEimSTATE

BOBrRTSON

late CLUMfl

OP

A

J.

Solicitor

of Tumut.

tills Estate All must persona having against to the undersigned on or be»end full thereof particulars thereafter be recogfore the 11th instant, or not they will nised N EMANUEL, Solicitor for the Trustees 3 Tebruar)

189J_Tumut and

SYDNEY -All Persons

Suburban

and

Coal Company this against

Wood

CLAIMS having furnish of particulars Manager 00 Hay street_

to

requested ARK

JOS-DESilTUTE

A8

Company

»arno

forthwith

to

The House Committeo decided that the Children having at »hall their Annual Picnic Excursion enjoy Cabarita, Parramatta on WEDNESDAY 16th River, February, BUBSCRIPTIONS or DONATIONS towards the cost thereof aro solicited respectfully JOSEPH COULTrR

for

S

and

DAHM

Destitute

Result of lost NoS5 Club H, No 4Î ClubV No 21

S

GOLD

KATÖOMBÄ7_PARK, Bites for Mountain Retreat« tho Blue Mountains DAY at 9 p Next, from Sydney 8 a.m

WATltIN,

m

AUCTION Torren» 10 IA

and

WATSIN,

on title a.m

GOYDER,

any

the

th«

be

will

tha Furniof our in

Auctioneer».

i^aual

price

35/ß 26/0

usual usual

price price price prico

78/6 63' 76/0 80/0

usual usual

00/0,

...

Ht

0,

SATISFACTION. ALL BEDDING SOLD is modo FACTORY, no suspicion c\ turutd the material used, ory articlo GUARANTEED -ABSOLUTELY OUR

of we

rarifiienno ure

Model

now

offering

Costumes them at cjn

B

Personal, has boen

TO

of

S

JONES

and

CO.

and

MB".'J. (Gco.-st.

ill

T'S

POSITION. Office, DctcotivH,

Female

entrance!. from dioscd

12,

tonnatien CRO.ME,

too

or

;

138"Kin__;-Bt., highly rccom'd.

thankfully 7 Lodgc->t.,

Arcado

by

Eodge.

Drinks,

.summer

iel

Maitiank, teacher

address

Lemonade, Pitt-st._

403

of

dnnciag,"

please Lodge.

174_ncrefoid-st.,forest íor Gympie, meet old Gojrge-st.,

W.~SrmthfM.l,.A.

Colonnade

call

Redf.

House,

King-st. £5 sets.

Gas daily. Art^Tcoth, siuco Saturday, noon, BOY, bluo naval suit, straw hat. In his anxious received father, W.

Forest

send

or

OULD

Dentist.

homo in

ERTEL'S delicious Orango Champagne, TILL Mrs. Walton,

W

Cleveland

late.

MAßSHALL,

I.

MISSING aged

7 ANTED,

Hotel,

information

M.

of

of at Croydon Brickyards, for by his brother, U. O'Grady, Thomson Brisbane. Botuto,

Lost ,

OST,

I

J

bunch

Botanic

on

kindly

friend.

last

O'Grady,

8

HALL'S «izcd Chest \\ashstand Si

Polished Drawer», with tilo in dark

LOST, _(gold).

hoard

to

LEND,

m

per cent, Estates

ou"3rd ou

guineas,

MONEYADVANCED, Deeds

aad other rneiit» to suit borrowers 1 ark-street, 0 and 8 first mado ANCES

AD\

£100

to

IWOfiSO

upon approved 1 rcoholds or LeaseSheep Stations interests under J SHLRWIN, 70Hunter street

4o_W

on Deeds £1000, without the publicit} Mr P_S HUNT, 4J8

Huntcr-st_

of

on

privntel),

securities

r

low

at

FELS,

205 Pitt

OST, Sunday

Í.TJL

floor_ bj

Pnvnto

a

person

authorised FI6HMAN.

to

Notos,

Apply

Lassettor's_

Loan on General £2000, cash, Stock, Merchandise vatuo £4000 country short to-m Full -\\ILLIAM particulars, BU1LER, ExStorekeepers' change 103 Pitt-street, G P opp

WANTED,

MONEY Advanced lura

,

Hories,

&c

TRUST Thomas

I

NEVER

Bead,

(without

po»

Perm. .¡¡¡SYDNEY lO class house

Mbnov

LOST,

solle«

,

Box ra

and

of to

N S W

LEND

on

solicitors

Lucas,

TRU&TllÖNEYS fr Id proved Lyell, »ecu

,

Allard,

city,

first

Pitt cm

and

st

Moore

st«

rent

ratcsTäp

Butler,

G8j Pitt-«t

FOR in

makers

22ia

Leave

morning.

soven

who

Jn at

'bus,

ding,

FRED.

King

street

IS

CHOICLSr

lURNlIURE,

BEDbTEADS,

and Valances

WALTER

Booms,

322

BRADLEY

and

SOUTH

SYDNEY.

yours,

MEET of

evening

Frcotrade

SYDNEY

Mr. J. H. nt the Com-

friends._

,

George-street_

Bedsteads FURNITURE-£5worth, 10» Od, double Iron

MATTHIA8_WALSHE. Monday

SALB

CO 185 Pitt-street.

10s OP

Bed-

aro gentlemen furnishing particularly to tal o notico requested that EXCEP110N AJLLY 1INE CLLAR\NCE is now held at 185 Pitt-street being

THIS

ia

AT VARIETY SILKS

Botany.

Elections._

toko on placo Belmore Park.

-£10

down,

Bedstead» £1

worth,

rawk Singla 14« Forssbcrg.

down,

7a

weekly. IflURNITURE '_labio 6d, &o Forasbcrg, 78Wllllam-«t_ -£15 worth, £2 down, 10s weekly. FURNITUBjE Drawers Washstands 25s, Hollowarc. Cd, Crockery, 7s

7B

£20

worth, FURNITURE security required nopubhelt} -£50 wortk, FURNirUHE and \uricd stock Largo kept

£3

down, 10s week, till Open clonings 9. £7 down, 15s weokly.

no

D

AVEOSON 61 Oxford-st,

and

Torasbcrg

7aWiUiaro-st.

CO., FoderalFurniBhing

furaiBh

Arcade,

portlyorthroughout,easytcrms.

ELECTION.

SOUTH UP. SYDNEY, BOLL tho Labour FLOWERS, Candidate. Snoaka Monday, at tho PROTESTANT HALL. Chairman-James Wilson. P. BUCKLEY, Hon. Sec. S.B.L.E.L.

AND

rURNXTTJRH

and

received lialf-Bov. mistake 12 Orwell-st. kindly return

Respectfully

TO-NIGHT,

STOCK

Walnut and Rosewood Ash JAPANNED WARL IN OKI ARr DRAPERIES LIBERIY bUPERlOR AbSOniMLNT

Ladies

4 horns bo sold to de-

OTHERS to Inform their been instructed

beg have

WITHOUT DOUBT onoof IN SYDNEY. of the i best everything being ery quality, and embraces LIBR VBY, DINING-ROOM,of SITTING-ROOM SUITES exceptional quality DRAWING-ROOM ELPGANCILSin great variety MAONIIICENT BLDROuM

with

North

STOCK

THE

_

RAMS days will

Coward-street,

Entine-street._J.

SOUTH ELECTORS

to

dispose ENilltE

near

WRIGHT, on the Saturday morning, «mall Leather HANDBAG, &c. Kindly return u two

AND CO the} of

the request

THE

Candidate for your suffrages. I boliove in nn immediate land tax, tho abolition of oustom« dues, federation, and an opponent of income tax. It labour of its deprives dues wealth from tho by taking havo the honour to be, gentlemen, country.-I

will

and that

of a number of constituents w» hay« to decided allow tho FURNISHING PUBLIC AN OPPORTUNITY to select and purehnao of this privately MAGNIFICENT S10CK OF 1 ÜRNITUBE, and with that object in view havo now THBOWN THL PULMISLS OPLN TO INSPECTION with an assuranco that A VERY SUBSTANTIAL BLDUCTION has been decided on an iinmediuto to effect sale

Sale

Hotel,

GFN'TLEMEN

cry description, and lormcrl} known a» tho Stock of Mcosr» NORTON and HELD, Art 1 urnisherw und Upholsterers, 1S5 PII"! SIRLLT,

BOOTH,'

DOG, detainer Petersham._ TARPAULIN1;

Saturday

_Parliamentary

21

AND

of

Bernard a

ia

IRELAND, gontleman

Woolloomooloo

_Seo

OF

THOUSAND

FOUR

SIXTY POUNDS WORTH Amusement Column.

PARK,

stroke,

A.

and Herald

E

Creag, Offloe

Overhead secondhand Horeo-power, and prio», R, Wynne, Mt, Wilson.

I'artics.

claimed

expenses. J.

ORTY-NÏNE

Steam ENGINE,

BAILEY,

_Mr_C \JJ4/ÏNTED, TY or new.

Horizontal

and

shoulder.

Estates.

1155_ ANNOUNCEMENT

HOUSEHOLD HIGH-CLASS and Appointments of oi

containing'surgical N. Shorn Hospital.

Palaco-st.,

COMPANY,

GLN1LLALEN

WALTER BRADLEY Friend« and Constituent» MORTGAGEES b> the THE

or

STRAYED each. If not

DRED

p

Parcel communicato

purse, handkerchief, 101 Darlinghurst-road. into my yard,

WILL

uud

tumishing

Homebush.

_JOHN

HacMnery SALE, 12-h good condition, Apply to

Finder

REWARD_LOST, Summer Hill station,

Mr.

Alfred

mortgage

10s.-Lost,

Pyrmont

WALSHE mercial

Tho

10 O Connell

CELIA

Cart near

William-street, on returning.

Reward BRODZIAK

St.

containing to Nyrainbla,

HALL

PEOrESSIONAL

At

con-

Drummoyne.

ELECTIONS.-A PARLIAMENTARY ING of tho Friends and Supporters

GPO

suburbs.

mortgage ,

and

furniQ 1_0

st_

Ltd

corner

LEND,

on

1047,

etcliango Box 757,

,

Co

20 O Connell-st

gentleman

taken

secu-

near

supposed

and suter. Madame

EEWARD.-LOST, prosecuted. Tasma, as-LOST, TJEWÄRD, Bridge-road, IV

fray

Apply

comprising

and Chaira, choice tapestry, (Jj guineas price,

in lrench of coveruigs,

§

Orwell-street.

_14 T> EWARD, li instruments.

TO

respect-

suburban

or

city

to

Trustee

to

gold

Village OSZ on

Birkenhoad-roaa,

THE ELECTORS am a Gentlemen,-I

111 Ellzabcth-st

»cciTy

any

Deposits

MONEY

Shaw

or

Applv

King-street._"

prop »howing gd rotum LEND at loweat rates, Martin, 213 Clarence MONEYS to LEND on

MONEÏ _Alex TRUST Perm

)

on

application 113-120 Maikot-st

Mortgage

113 of

solicitor,

to Lend on FUNDS Dowling ond Dowling, advanced by private

MONEY ture

on

nn

persous

TRUST

day poB_

LEND

advanco Henry Tait,

rotuso

able

O_

earoo

without

,

to

MONEY

3lBt ultimo, branded Mare, to sell same.

on

£3

Gontleman,

lurnituro Cart», Pro Horses, 1 practices of loan oflices opp Georgo-strfct,

nn

since

Cheïtnut-roan

Suite,

padded-back

pair

Bay.

Synagogue

_J chambers, Castlercagh-street, PURSE, containing cert ticket», number Arc. Reward. known, money, HARRIS, 081 Geosge-street, Haymarket.

TVTISSING,

Rail,

Occasional

room

upholstered selection a

LaDIEb

Reward._

21 Undercliff-st.,_NeutraI in or near

YEAR. full comprising glasa attached, J Cano Chairs,

Suite, w ith

HALL'S Luxly English Drawing-room Suite, luxunonsly in rich Oriental bill, tapestry consisting of a upholstered carved Chain, pair Loungiag Choirs, and hauusoino Couch, 9i guineas price, HALL'b New Austrian Suite-8 Design Dining-room seat and sido «upports, Ladies' very strong Chairs, squaro Gent and Sotteo to a Arni-oiiair, RockingGi Chair match, the lot guineas HALL'S in real leather, Dining-room Suite, upholstered Lounging Chalis and 8 «pnng-seated, pair largo Couch, Chair» to correspond, fur Uio lot 1-guineas HALLS for cash only, and are buy tor cash, and sell enabled to oller be'ter \alnu than other house-fur« any Dishers in S}dncy 20s HALLS for sterlings alue for tho £ ALL'S new Illustrated 1 urnishing Guide, post free. ALLS »toro until le tree goodti tuired oidcrs fice HAT-T-S pack all country

morn.,

morning,

NEW

guineas

Florencoville,

EOSPTPÜRSE, may keep money. Ï'

(1

cedar,

ig Chairs,

tastefully plush borders,

silk

Btcicns._Reward._

a White POODLE. J)rown-»t.,J!îowtown._ PONY'"(mare), about 12 hands, S in L~ÖST, diamondncarsboulder* Marcus Row., Clark, Newtown, Saturday ovoning, botweon Mitcholl-st, LOST, and A. Hordcro's, a BIBLE. Glebe, Reward, Y.M.CA. Finder money. returning purse

at

Bedroom

Drcssiug-tablo iowcl bask,

HALLS, _leleplionc TTTIGHLY IMPORTANT

ring.

Phillip-pt. return

double Horseshoe! BROOCH Reward, lus l'almcr-st._ Saturday, from ¿25 Crown-st., Galah

_F.

repa\ corner

»treet,

N.

and

41,

DOG"5âturday

Pine

TOR

lot,

HALL'S Draw carved-baeked

pair

bettet'

instant,

189 Sussex-street,

Turmturo,

interest

chain

steel reward.

FURNITURE.

LIbT

Bedroom Suite of Polished Pins viz Duchess Chest Drawers with DicBsing glass attached, marblo-top tilo back, Towel 2 Washstond with Rail, Charra, and Wardrobe with and largo drawer plate-gins» door, under, in dark cedar, u guineas the S guineos,

A

Nowtown-road,

Reward

_J.

ed Ficcholds.

»unm

STATION.

Manufacturers aud Importers, 537 581, 503 5G5 -nd Georgo-ntreot, below just Luerpool street \aluators for Probate or Assigned

Found.

attached

IOST, J_PARROT. 1' OST,

No

ADVANCED on Turmtuio, Deeds, Lo at lowest interest ond without publicity, repayborrowers to suit no loan ofhee prac objectionable 52 Rcxon, No I hyabeth st near 7

RAILWAY

HALL'S

,

Saturday,

Macquarie-st.

PRICE

RFVISED

Black

LEND,

appro}

SONS,

HOUSEHOLD

ALL'S

H

N.S.W.. in 1802. Inquired Kilima House, Fern-street,

and

Keys

Gardens,

ÔSTDoniamTPug

"1

ÍJ

J_J

King-strcot.

5 to Country

PROVIDERS. CLOSE'IO mu

UNIVERSAL

'

i

LEND.

TO

RATES,

PURE.

ADDRESS:

HORDERN and ANTHONY PALACE EMPORIUM,

DONNELLY

near

_83

M

ourselves at our of shoddy attaohesto out being

by

HAYMARKET (ONLY),

CUBIT

MISS to mother,

call

W;

ONEY at LOWEST

ONLY

price.

would lfko as information wherabouts of RUSE O'BRIEN, SUSAN and JOHN wero who DONNELLY, DONNELLY, living South in Sydney, Now Wales, Australia, in 1672. Care of THOMAS A. BROWN, 323 Centre-street, New Trenton, U. S. A. Jersey, WINIFRED or write CLOUSSEN.-Come

O

No

in the best location on the Ground 8ATUB Trains Easy terms Plana day of sale and HARDWICK,

on

20/6

price

to

PRIVATELY

to

Beat

price

usual

17/0,

.

Stock nnd cost

Male

F3LIXtho

VIDENT

n strictly rnvato LOAN, without horrors or of loan banks agents, to the actual lender Box 344, O P O

"ÖNEY

-a.

I,

of course, docs not apply to This, OAIU'EIS und BED&PEADS, como tous direct from the best and of which supplies sources. on most rohablo If > ou want inexpensive BED havo it, and tho low price wo ask won't 8TEAD can j ou tho article being well-looking and sound, if, on prevent to the other your requirements cvtend hand, something HANDSOME or UNIQUE, ourpnees will not frighten you, and the BEDSTEADS will supplied give you the greatest

REDFERN

...

UNPARALLELED Defectivo Private

AN

COOK'S Syd.-20

The Trustees of the SAVINGS B VVK of Now South Wales are at rates proparcd to LEND MONEY current on MORTGAGE of approved Freehold Property AVISE, Managing Trustoa_ E have a largo sum of MONEY to LEND on mortgage at 5 PT cent Properties bought and »old. J M (iREIGandCO,

*|\RUh>l

Children

Bandwick_ WATCBTCLUB Saturday nlght'a drawing -Club 6 Club No 60 Club ni., IV, 4« perweek 188 Pittnrtrect_ adrñítSid tcTie the

CO

on

LENT

requiring and publicity in confluence,

rities

CHILDREN,

RANDWICK

_Asylum

¿oOO

to

,

TCfTTNEY jjlJL

Liquidator

THE

FOLN.DS

MONEY Anyone

tices

NICHOLLS,

usual

ie'0,

MISSING TRIEND3. and GENERAL INQUIRY OFFICE, OfJcTCE-CHAMBEllg, PITT-STREET, the G.P.O., opposito Sydney, is the most rúliublo institution of tho kind in tbo colony. of management, of Forpeifeetion completeness agencies, and successful work accomplished, it holds the Australian throughout colonies

_W

ments

abalance of this dmdend is still and unions unclaimed, for and scrip surrendered within applied thirty da} a from date hereof will be debarred from further Shareholders claim then will bo distributed as sndbalanco remaining directed on the minutes Dated this tlst January 1893 H B

25/6

CONFIDENTIAL PUST

HONEY

Thackaringa.

price

20/0,

ARTHUR

,

|

PURSE containing

SILVER-MINING

No Liability In Liquidation

Office Registered (Oth 31 Queen street.

in

com

IN AUSTRALIA. of tho articlos there majoriiy thes aro of MADE knotting to w o venturo no say that imported that which is turned out way equal STEAM WORKS. CABINET to

000

DIXON Secretary

1



our

nsual

10/0,

.

DAVID

1, Limited,

_H

ber« 071 itt-street Sydney same conducted under the Alliance Marino and General

February

(extra)

M

COMPANIES.

LOBB

*

HOUSB

FURMÏURE

svith regard satisfaction COLONY, and

trimmed

Costumes, ....00/0, Costumes Co>tumcs Costumes

sidcrably

or This offlec forme any securit} b} with the idea of ass sting ncod} woikmg and others at a fair rate of inteiest without extorHours 0 till 6, Mon lay and cicnmgs baturduy 0 M L and D Orient chambers, 7 tell Offlco, and Hunter streets H WHIDDON' Manager

tion

Apply,

REMOVAL

ASSURANCE

buaineas has now

A

Those who elect to FURNISH WITH US be oonvinced of tho wisdom of their soon choice. ablo to mako soloctions from Not only will they bo OF HOUSEHOLD VAJUXD SIOCKB

Personal.

S

______Sincerity.

Hon

3.

us when about A COTTAGE.

tr>

17 tree.

croup.

at his disposal is prepared to mako immediato capital at C\SU ADVANcrS an 1 OV> EVIL of extrcnicl} all IN1ERESI on of securities without tho descriptions ot of balo or a Bill an} whatcvei necessity pubbcit} Loans bo repaid as under ma} Loan of £100 reruinbleb} mouthh nstnlments of £2 5s Loan of x50 iepa}nblo of £110* b} monthly instalments Loan of «2 c b} instalments of i.1 ropatab montai} Looa of £10, repayable instalments of las b} mont! 1} All coiimunlcations private strictly Box 23J etcneral Po't Offlco Confidence,

Clerk.

1693_

Bight

mcanB

FURNlaH

But tho

COSTUMES.

lines in Cambric, Fancy Saand Zephyr Costumes lines in Cambric, Special Fancy Sateen and Zephyr Costumo, irimmed Lace, \-c. .12/C, lines in Cambric, Special Faucy Saand teen Zephyr Costumes, trimmed Guipuro. dark colours Cotton Foulaids,

Fancy Fancy

RICHARDSON,

the Head Offices of the 87 litt-strcct, Society, or at on} of tho District Ónices B> rdcr of the Board BICHARD TEECl General Manager ROBERT B CAMLl'ON, S»crotary a considerable ADVERTISER, hnwng

the usual

Superintendent.

'T.

given

WAXIUN.

FURNISHED.

at

FIVE P N

Pvblio

Address

moko. Elizabeth-fit.

streets,

all

fiy

Lodßo, Admission

To-night.

TO rUHNISH A COTTAGE, TRY US.

OR

to

CO., Sydney.

teen

lngishmen,

Donation» be may

extra

address._

London

ind

Lemunan

Society,

ABOUT

to

Muslo._

and Popular

Furnitur HEN

w

Special

SOCIETl ON MOBTOAGI OR REV7RSI0N VRY OB LUE INTER! MUNlCiT \h 11ATLS SIS, LOANS on MOR10A.GE of ritLLHOLD or LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES aro the end of granted pa}ableat a Axed of year» or re-decmable instalments interm by and under the cluding principal interest, buddy's Table I Advances aro mado on tho Security of MUNICIPAL and also upon Interests or Lifo RAIES, Heicrsionary in 1 und» or Estate* Interest» of Tables of Turms Application and Repayment obtain-

TOR

LIBBUtY

OP

SYLÜM

ago and

RODD

OVESTRAXGEa, «olf-containcd. UOÏTBLE building-in_rcqiiiredL _Abose address._ fitting»,

JOUES Barrack

OEADY-MADE

Com-

LOANS

Ashfield, 1

The FTBE COMPANY

ALI

excepted.

and roliablo, 225 Castlcreogh-at

Robinson'»,

CLOTHING.

MOaT

THE

theirFree Next th

to

of Now

_Lectures._^__

tvfll

<

ASHTIELD

THOS

are

Agents._.____

COOKING part« guaranteed. STOVES bricks,

I

Company

people

said

and

and

"CREAM-WHTtSlfY

CO.,

WEATHER

DAVID and George

Sydney,

Committee

SHEEP

PUBLIC

FREE

IN or

RODD

yard-street,__ iLAIN"ññdTANOYljRAPERY JAMES

REPORTS

P.

bSÏBALlAN

holds, Wills,

Ssdney._

Agents._ FINE

10 0 10 2 2 0 8 10 0 0 8 0 0 0 10 0 10 û 4 0 0 110 0 2 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 16 11 behalf of

SOUTH

Proctor«

DIGBY,

LAGER

splendid

HOT

lfis Cashmere Sailor Suits, Gd, reduced to 11s 6d to Suit*, 15i Od, rcducod 12a Od Sorge bailor Sailor to 12a Gd Check Cashmere Tops, Hs Od, reduced White Linen Drill Fasbionablo Suits, 10s Gd, reduced 10s Gd Sailor Suits, to 12s Sd White 10s Gd, reduced Sorgo Cheviot Knicker New Summer 17s Cd, reduced Suits, 13s Od reduced Summer Valerian Cord Suits, to 18a. coloured,

Auction

ai Assigned any other Estate* It transacts UN VNCIAL BUSINESS of every descripupon tion by discounting bills ttdionces rnakin"approved diülcultíe* eeeutltie-, andASüists traders In icupurari to It GUARAN TLLfe Compositions Proiuissor Creditors, Nntcs, Loans, *S,c Mortgages It issues Administration and other Bonds at DEPOSITS taken call and for flved poriod« J KOBFBia, Secretary

EXPOSITION,

OF

Tho Council to open propose TUEbDAY the Town Hall on would be to rece» o pleased who Books from any person them with «arno present Donations may bo forwarded be thankfully acknowledged

THE

Merchandise._

CROSS

4 0 0

LANGLEY,

will.

RED

Public

Stook ana Shares, Money_ XSSETb REALIZATION No

able D

Stock

THEOSOPHICAL Bond-st., Sydney.-Leuure

striped Khaki

__

£17 10

WALEä-CÖjlSilSS10N

SOUTH

NEW

President

WALES -PnnnATK JumsDicTiON. tho Will of JOHN lato STAPLETON, of Waverley, m tho colony of New South Wales, Semor Police Constable, deceased. APPLICATION will bo made after fourteen from days the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of tho abosennmed deceased be granted to ma) ELLEN STAPLETON, the Executrix named lu tho said

Executrix,

and

GENERAL

at

SUPREME

PRICES. Largest

Promise?,

STOVES-That taragon htHYfi'cn

THE

Farm Contri-

0

H H. Onslow Eiq Mr Wornner Ibu Hono rabio Charles L Collis Barry Esq Miss contribution Quodling Turtber Subscriptions this work J

ALLIANCE

their Agents, ICETOS AND

boxes;

Auctioneer«.

receipt

Esq

N

PrtonATB JURISDICTION. In the Will of TIMOTHY HYNES, Into of Tambla. in tho of New South Wales, Farmer, deceased. colony APPLICATION will be modo after fourteen days from the hereof that Probate of the lost Will of tho publication above-named deceased bo printed to MARGARET may HYNES, of Yambla aforesaid. Widow, and CHARLES also of Yambla, the executrix and HYNES, Farmer, executor named m the »aid will THOROLD and MACKENZIE, Proctors for Applicants,

THE

efficiently

&c.t

Becietary._ AS

This

and Labour Home of tho following

Labour

Dr W H Craigo Ellis Holts Collected b¡ W Maria Thomas Miss Carlyle Mr Thos Duihim Mr Jol n Brtndt Wilkinson HnHrnorJnd20

_February --OTICE

(i,

In

lil

ths

HARDWICK,

the

rAiTnrm.L, 68 Pitt-Btrect,

Coast S N and Market

Ground, terms of sale

of

gratefully acknowledge butions W M Clure, C1 aries H Fred FratUEsq Anonlm Mrs Bowman

IN~THE

_S)dney._

COOKE,

the

pi

Notices_ HABRIS-STBEET ABOUimöMLT^557

?DOEOÜOH

,

MONDAY,

CLOTHING.

»EDUCED

SALESMEN,

Share* in ESTATE, conducted by Public Private Bale.

LANDED

Munro, George T Robert Allt,

Committee

STEINWAY

15s reduced to 7. 64 Cliina Silk Knicker Suits, Od, China Silk Sailor 18s Od, reduced to 12a Cd huit«, 17s to Burmese Silk Suits, 7s Gd Gd, reduced to 12s Od Sailor 16s Od, reduced Washing Cashmere Suits, 7s Cicam Drill Sailor Suits, 2Gs reduced Cheek Cashmere Sailor to 22s Od. Suits, Gd,

DAVIS.

VW'ldgh's

becretary of Newtoirn, South Wales,

i

B.C.

Sydney.

WEATHER

,

Limited,

WRENCH,

Chairman

bv tho New South Wa es Commission to It is proposed to ti o number of 10 as corapetitn o send »e octcd sheep Lxhlb tion Pastoralists desirous e-chib ts nt tho C1 leago from their fleets should communi of send ng good sheep cato w undera from whom all without th tho gncd lola} a.c can bo obtained necessary information cntrv forms ALEX CUMMING

Albury.

n a m

of

B.

receive district« prompt and retained. once taken aro always forms, and tapes on application. measures. call and leavo their to

EXHIBIT

COURT OF NEW WALES. PROIUTK JURISDICTION. FitEUERICK DICK, late in the of New colony

CO.,

streets,

ESTEY



assort for requisites

all

and CO W. H. PALING Limited, of Solo Pianos Agenta for tho Celebrated JULIUS FEURICH, and SONS, UEBEL and LECHLEITER, CARL ECKE. "BELLING." Tho and the "VICTOR" PIANOS BY ALL GOOD MAKERS. ORGANS, BOOSEY'B BAND INSTRUMENTS. ,

and

JONES Barrack

proportions.

V ed

vi, «noa.

,

cannot

:

L~E~D

SUBURBAN

CAPITAL-Subscnbed,

The

phenomenal

ÜMÍIU-M!

J

)

,

Residences, and Estates or REALISED LET, MANAGED, Rents collected. aUtlf. by a competent

BOILERS

is hereby that tho Accounts nnil Plan of gisen in the aboso estate have this day boen filed 151 Phillip-street, and all my R)dney, persons bavin elaim on the said or otiierwiso interested any cstaie, being therein, are rcmurcd to come m before mo at loy hereby said office oa or before the twent) of March -eichtliday next, at eleven o'clock m the forenoon, and inspect tho samo, and if »hall think fit thereto if the) object tho otherwise, same account« be not samo will objected to, tho bo examined mo and by passed according to law. Dated this thirtieth day of Januar), 189J

By



VALUATIONS

BRANCH.

OBDEB

Od

l8.

\

shipwoar Suit

Tropical

ITA

STOLES.

Cha

always '

and

PRICES.

Price,

ture

tho country Measure»

co

not

SUPREME

Estate

to

nno

1000

Notices. TILING

OF

THE

VESSFL9

MACHTVFRY the shortest

on

patel lola

Tourist Suit for

DAVID and

1603, delivery.

LAND and ESTATE RICKA&ESÖN

eut lengths, Cloths, Coating«, «re., Splendid Navy Bluo Serge, for school shrunk. dyed, thoroughly 4s 0d, 5» Gd, (is 8d, 7s Od per yard.

Orders attention. special Putterns, measurement are inrited Visitor»

T

Stovodoro and Lighterman,

No4

TERMS.

been so Their merits have thoroughly proved sterling that base thcde colonies during tho past ten years they MOST of become the POPULAR unquestionably from tho all Pianos. Our principle low-priced none but first lias been to put forth and as rohablo instruments, thoroughly reached a result, tho salo has now

CLOTH-

WEATHEB

Reduced All-Wool Suit

George

411 Gcorgo-atrcet,

fur

ready

B.C._

Habit

COUNTRY

st

suit lightering ade 231 b issex-st

"\\

OR

Sydney.

GOWNS; GOWNS,

DBAPEBY.

Manu Sussex

b

BAT MAIV WORRS-MOllT COllNLR OillCt EXLHANG1 C3 PITT SI 111 LT SYDNLV Eng neers Bo lermaker Iron Shipbuilders Brass 1 ounders and Coppcrsm ths

paid

Easy

title a ra

kept tho excel-

Public

CO \o

VT

Bl

COMPANY, streets,

HOT

DIRECTORS

on

m

is

o

S. Midget improvement VJT GOSFORD leaves Patent Tuead the Eng, article tho croup. Slip Wharf .Frld.8 lclgh's Paragon has admitted to he tho Best PARK, admitted to bo Best the KATOOMBA RAtOOMBA~PARK, Bites for Mountain Retreats in the best location Bites for Mountain Retreat« in the best location the liluo Mountain» DAY at 3 p Next, from Sydney Sam

HABITS.

abovo of tao will not

ti e office

office,

Tuesday, from cargo transhipped Fenwick'» steamer

,

BIDING

STONEY

from

Plumber Itobison

Stoamer

scrow

4" tons

ing

Orient Ori-nt Orient

immense

in

AND

DIRECTORY,

LONDON

ACCOUNTS ngifnst to lere 1 n d plicate ti Tilla DAY otherwise

and

Barrack

DEDUCED

FCUes exclusively General Australian and posses.. well acquainted with reqiiiruxnunti, to the best advantage facilities for purcbasiuggooU/. special markets. in the English and Continental cash remittancea Indent« should bo accompanied by to lull discount*. Acbank letter* of credit, ensure trade rendered ízales of under count produce consignment and net proceed* remitted or invested to order. promptly, haï been dotclopedof The snipping department largely bess to and where Indent* aio direct manufaclateyeaiN, ot tho shipment and insurance the goods is elfectcd turen), terms. upon the most favourable and CO., No, 78 Queen Victoria-street» B. ß. .LLOYD

any

before

His

TO WHERE.

CASH

TOR

Suits,

Lounge

ENGLISH lished in

upwards.

or

1

the

ING.

Orient

George-stiec^_ AGENÖY.-Tho estabundersigned, of 40 } ears, confino them .London upward* ConimisUon toa Busiiiçaa, aro

Business Twords. Serge«, at who <*nlo prices. or hard wear, indigo M inches wide,

Farmer. NOTICE Distribution

Water.-S

Brisbane

and

90s,

WOOLLEN

and stored

onl ren

Brasafoundor

near

TO-MORROW,

and

84s,

at

an

VALUE ELfaL

her

...

loss

responsible without

and

ENTLEMEN'S

G

Georgo

L

and

BROTHERS.

_374

SALES

ENTRIES

P VSS

to present

pleased

of

Herald,

"C'A

SYDNEY now

CASSOCKS, BUBPUCES,

MANUFACTURFRSof all k nda of MAHUVFRY Gold fails cr uid Copper Mning olaoof ratent M ater 6 aeltuib lurnacui jncket

In

,

and

Canary

London,

CO

II

_General

North

of

SANDS'

of

branch of our Tailoring Department popular and maintain« ed with all suitable good», suppl for the it has reached in publie regard position of the work turned ont.

This

Direct,

London

not bo responsible for anv after the hame si nil 1 o landed be entered landed gouds imped ngdinchirgow at cía* gnces risk and expense G must Bil LS of LADES be produced freight del scry orders obtaiued from tho nders gncj to be allowed leas otho wl -irl goods will GIBBb BRIGHi and CO

IN

Agricultural Show_ loa>cs tho Newcastle A Y the 7th instant. treet. 1237 Oclephone,

Brunswick

rtock

TWEEDS, and BERGERETTES.

PREACHING

Quay

N! ÖTICE

SlEA^SHIP-COMPANY,

Pjrmont delivered

BUTTS,

LADIES'

,

to

roqueted

legal

instant

upon

appl} 3 Sussex-street,

Tare«

the choicest

have 6LUTINGS-We 6TJMMEB CHEVIOTS. TROPICAL

Vgc ts 8__oung-#treet. SIS COM

from

PIANOS

AUSTRALIA.

be extremely

JONES

DAVID

Proprietor^

Square,

asibjat.

WIRE MEN. kind of Bird CAGE, and iNuTOt CAGES,

_EA8TWAY

engagements'

Limited

VNY

Limited,

Ol'

IMPORTERS

MANAGEMENT,

Pitt-at._

please

;

ARE"

or

DENISOV

TORT

CONSIQVFE8 once for C rcuiar Iho si will tp damage to cargo

p m. noxt

loth

st.,

"Wobaveovery

BAB GOWNS, UNDERGRADUATES'

and

MCGREGOR,

near S9 King-st., Tailor, Cutter toJt.Jiurgis, Bick and distressed

WE

LINE

TV VTT

will

BUTTLE

Georgs

Line of F ARES.-In vincible between Waterloo, and Redfern, and after MONDAY, Jan. 0th. 1803» reduced from Ûd to lid to andfiotn

MA50ÎÎIC,-Brother to-day pay rent

LONDON

AUSTRAL\bIAN

A'NGLO

1ELLPIIONL

COMPANY

it

CO,

TASTE and IDEALS.

in

AFUSEDALE, loto

RIVER

t>

Miss

MARK.

Quay.

___A__

I

WHARr TO NOON AW UN OO V Wharf at 1 p m

to apply GILCHRIST

&e

freight

exec

Wharf Lime-street 6 b AUGUSTA, and TWEED BAY RIVER, now 9 pm received Deck Cargo B M CORRIGAN and CO Agent« nnd BRUNSWICK RIVERS.

cabin»

WATKI&WATKLN,

National Library of Australia

COVE

MOORE

for

______

Fob

MELBOURNE of &1EAMEBS,

8th and

PLNINSULV on IU ltd) 15 Loltus-

LONDON

PARK admitted to bo tho Bort Retreats in tho best location on l\ Sites for Mountain AUCTION on tho Ground SATURUio Blue Mountains at 3 title Trains DAY ¿» cxt Torrens Easy terms p ni and 1015 a m on day of malo Plans, from Sydney 8am GOYDER, and HARDWICK,

Auctionocrj.

HANKS Lime-street,

andJFWEfT RIVER rfWEED X Newcastlo

TT'ATOOilBA

I

in "«> ' <»» location on Ground SATUREasy ierm» lVain«

?Iouníl,1?rJ5îlrontA

Ñ.Mo"?,»l,lM nts pn l^cxt,

B3

,

Hunter-street.

PARK,

Ano

TORI 8010

*"v»

I-OOK

particular« Limited, office»,

_Secretary. -Wharf GHLSl

Australasia.

AUSTRALASIAN

Ltd Margaret-street

AND

for

Pitt-street._

STEAM

5^-K_-_

nENDI-RSOV General

¿gent

.

m

i

W

DIRECT,

rEBUU\RYl4,h, at

»,

MANNINGRIVER,

I

LATIN dTl ON RS 1AMI10

TUESDA\

and

Co'«),

1 itrionTS cent reduction rates

per

Circular Quay.-ua tho FARE will bo and Circular Railway

as

panies, For

11,

L}ttclton,

EICHARD

or\iui\eisa

H FOR

and 50

!.

Melbourne,

now

is

TOWV

Wharf

-

1

nro

w52y,?!J!CFvrS »rt L,u"ccston SîîîSi11"1 and Melbourne

further

Compaa}

0 0

10

TAIirS at be charged

ordinary

0

0

8

SHOW,

a point go without or WORK-

Sydney

The Magnificent Clipper Ship T VMAR J R. BROWN Commander Cnn-o and has ng receiving, largo s ill r ccivo qu ck de patch

fe

F UtES

Singlo Baum Snglo Bteeragc do Return

AVD

DEVITT

for

xo-morrow,

«eira,

is

to

FATRLIGHT,

ANE

Cargo

General

Feb

Saturday,

I

81LVMÏERRY FROM LIML STR1 Bl QUARTbR PAST HOUR Boat from Limc-.tree dall)

HOURLY

6

p m 17,1pm.

The Fast Saloon Steamship 400 rLLCTRA, tons, make bl-weckly trips, leaung the Mnrkot Wharf, foot of Mar.iet-3treit (weather permitting). TO MORROW, OP m tho Manning morning, 11th instant, leaving iturday and unftl further notice

QFSEI LSLHAFT Australian SB Co}

Or MllFCT STrVMERS El T nnd H VMBURG (Ma S

HUNTER

m

will

Tor

Ealoon do

j-ii-j

AGBICULTUBAL

-AUSTRALISCHE

DAMFICniFIS

EEGULAR



«.iSÎ*

1 p

PORT MACCiUAWL-Iloscdalo Ihursda} NAMBUCCA next RIVEU-Rosodalo, Thursdaj BA\ COIF'S HARBOUR, WOOLGOOLGA B-illON To night, Uelcn Nicoll, at 0 (if arrived) after b p m No cargo lecened VBD _RICH COOKE, Secretary N I \]l A~N N~G R~ITV~E

Bock,

AND TOURS TO NEW ZEALANλ T1SMANIA Combination TICKETS -Through iesned of steamers TH09 at Ion est rates by an> line and SON COOK 4 Hunter st!cot_

SOUTHEE.»

RESORT Oí THE HEMISPHERE.

s

iu>

the that there public which it is impossible In MATERIAL either

as

and

LARGEST

FUESE

evidences

Stored for Squatter*, Formers, and General London. Lcadcuhall-suret, keopent, 7u Bil liter-buildings, All clodes of Merchandise on tho best terms JJoupht in tho cheapest markets. Produce, Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, OpoMumskins, Tallow, to mo Butter, Cheese, and Finit EAhbitakins, consigned tho London markets »hall reeeiio for balo in ray personal rebalea and attention and account proceeds promptly

MANSHIP.

children Bd. rat cket Is 6d Gd S nglo t ckot, la ch idren ved from 8a m to Sp m lIollda)SCXCeptcd. Frcghtrec Looso ha) and ni -a v cannot bo shipped holidays. Tare table for and Spec al time Sundays Return ticket Is ch idren ed lort Jackson 8 6 Company Limited, New Jt-tt) C rou ox tiuay

S HILL

Victoria._

Geelong,

REDUCTION 'Buses, plying desire to remind PRICE, below regards to inferiority resorting We

C~H",

A

near

UNDER

NOW

our

WB. Agent

SERGE, BLUE SEBQE,_

of

far as practicable weather permitt 1130 12 i0 130 S 30 LEAVE BVDVLY V 16 8, 10 15 5 10 30 IS 4 JO 6 15 0 ) 11 16 7 lj 45 12 30 1 SO 2 30 LEAVL MANLY bl 8 10 65 5 330 430 15 030 830 1015

,

S.

E

Placo

Watering NARABEEN and nt

MORTS DOCK

OOK'S

HOBART

SUMMER

HANLINir

Bridge-street

_15

COAoT

foot

Dean-street,

Appl\ S"!

11,

and

GEORGE-STREET,

838

of

turned._

Manager_ Bo Tilba

Tilba

B

V

PAN

noon 11

From CLABFNCF 104 WHARF, 1 Sussex-st Telephono CLARENCE of Grafton, To-morrow, RIVER-City 11pm RICHMOND a o morrow at noon RIVER-Corakl, MACLEAY RIVER-Burrawong, Wednesday, at noon BELLINoril RIVER only), at Mac(cargo transhipping Vi ednosday, at noon leay River-Burrawong, BRUNSWICK RIVER into Fen(transhipping Captain at wick'» steamer Hollina)-Coraki, noon. To-morrow,

FASTEST STEAMER between H4BART

LNTOV

NORTH

BLACK

BCOTCH TWEEDS, HOMESPUNS. CHEVIOT and our SPECIAL f» no better value obtainable than There Trousers SUIT at FOUB with extra SAC GUINEAS, GUINEAS. FIVE

11UDLN1 lcn\c»tbe CaleVi and Cargo Passengers G FISHBUltN Manager

STEAMERS-BRIGHTON

V

THOMAb

,

rTIHE

BYDlsEYand

i

O

0

FOR LAUNCESTON, the favourite Steamship COI JA VA overha llod ond cleansed thoroughly by Mort will bo despatched on 1EBUUAR1 0 at noon. MOI^DAV

L beautiful

the most BALOO

E^OR A drougl

at the

_C7

A 3 0 Return 0 galoon 10 0 ßteernge 1 10 Return 0 Btcerngo This Vowel 1 a« just been THOROUGHLY CLEANSED OVERHAULED Mort s Dook Several and bj important ha\o been made for the COMIORT and CON alterations YLVlENCLof and sho is without TRAVELLERS now,

25.

havo an Aro Passenger« opportunity (weather, scenery of % iewing the magnificent of mitting) MILFORD AND GEORGE S SOUNDS ton« obviating the ncccssit} of making special excursions Increased tuno and expenso

U

A

____8

p m

LINE Whards, foot of King-street, for MELEVLUY TUESDAY at 6 pm andSMUR 1 p m bPLCL\L 1ICKE1S will be issued durHOLIDAY SEASON for TWO POUNDS BE ing TUtlN, SALOON lorADLLVIDL SPECIALLY BEDUCED BATES are also arranged WAI HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Limited, York-ntreet

FARES £2

Feb leb

BOURNE, DAIi

patronage.

H.

DEPARTMENT

?

In

bo recognised

the

leailng

T,

Galoon

«hin,

V February

on

Auckland)

her

by

SUMMER by tho HOWAED-SSHTH

__

be followed MIOWEll

will

SPECIAL

FEBRUARY DIBLCU

Cargo_JOHN

special advertisement), S Co Limited.

IO

their

Autumn.

early

send na a photo, line work, if you will ve will make or member of your family» you yourself any Free ; tho an Two-Guinea Portrait only return exquisite required will be that tho picture neatly framed, you have a uf our work. it to your friends ai cumplo and «how back of photo, and writo name and address on Please your to the STAR I'ORTRAIT CO., 100 Byric sc»d it at once strect,

Batomat s an V Bay S PETERBOROUGH leaves the Caleand MORROW atl p m Passengers AUBES Agent.

-S 10

Wharf

undcHgne

m

p

VND

EXCURSIONS

on

NEXT HOBART

10R

LING1ÓN And

STEAMERS.

T

FIT

ni

UI LADULL

to

gen

donian

(

and Popular The Powerful S B OON\H known fitted in the trade with favourably LIGHT and all the latest modern throughout with promenade space whola of length

improvement1« ship will bo despatched rUi,3D\.1

^

b) OF

LINE

AL

ni

giving

for

Suitable

IWO-GUINEAFOUTRAITFREE.

The

MELBOURNE) (from leb 10 Co s),lrida} at noon (Union lIJI(Suiaand NOUMEA, SLW HLIIUIDL-i Levuka) lob Rockton (A U S N Co's) W odno da}, 15,5pm FORT PIRIE (without transhipment) Bummong To-morrow, 5 pm. (Howard Smith'»), POR1 rlltLE Adclaide Vdola fe Co '«) V rORT \UOliSl (withoutiron«hipment) Barrabool Feb 14,5 pm. (Howard bntith s), lu0id-i\. BOU11I Sr A ISLV.NDS(\ia Vtickl in l) 25 Taluno (LnionCo «) lebruarv n-»on ßaturda}, L\ SHO VLiUA pours Bnnawarr Monda\s and Thursdays, (Huddart, Parker's), at Op ni (for Ben-} onlj) and Fridays, Coomonderry (Huddart Parker's) Tuesday» 0 p m at (tor Nowra Bndgo nt and Shoalhaven Riler) For further OlBccs particulars appl} companies

EXCURSIONS

DAYS

STEAM Nell

11

ruan

NEW ii Mararoa

AND AUSTRALASIAN COMPANY

ZEALAND

11,

Feb

s)

(per

Wharf THOMAS

MORÜYÄ~Wagonga

to i-hS dalla anlBermng 1 DVESD an Wharf on 1\ Nav Co ya Steam

C

Ieb 10,1 pm 11,1pm Co 's), Satur

Co 's), via Wakatinu (Union Wellington, 16 Dunedin, Thunda}, Ieb 5pm Zealand and Australasian Miowera (New \uckland. Fob 25, ¿LALANÜ, Ma MELBOTJRNE NEW Zealand and Australasian Warnmoo (New

ALAND,

by NEW

"TEAM

don Mor

VLL atea nor

noon

Bridge-street

0 £2 SOO 0 10

17,1

11,4

Feb

baturday Smith's), Tuesdaj, Parkers), trida},

to thoa*

guaranteed

are

RIVER

HUMER

Sussex-street.

147

COPPERSMITH facturer of Di ng G

Passengers cargo nightlv b NewcasUo and liuuter Riler Steamer Parker ^Huddart, s), earl} NEW ¿EAL1ND Walhora via (Union Co,'»), Auckland,

DIRECT.

Singla Rot ra

(Huddart,

Co

ILLAWARRA S Vf Noon_ RIVER.

per

AND

GILCHRIST Feb

Saturdav

'«),

Office

noon

Tuesday,

an(*

Splen

Saloon Saloon

(Howard

Co

NEWOASrLE

J

S

Co 's), To-morrow, 6pm Smith s) To-morrow 5pm Fndav leb «) 10 6pm

Co

(Union (Adelaide

Elingamite NLWCAblLE

WHART

THE

Agent,

NEW

Y OF NEW

Da},

PORT

Lines

and

PERFECT

a

Include

Bargains

QUALITY.

s.s

1pm

11

Innamincka Barrabool

to

apply COMPAN

ELBOUHISE

M

I

moot through far London English interpreters passenger« of steamers at Marseilles and accompany them arrival to Pans and Calais com of cost from N B -Passenger« luggage oyed tree Marseilles to London anl further at Tor pnijagc particular« apply freifcht 15 Macquarie-plaoe tho Company a Offices, L BLANC on

_Principal

as

GUINEAS

15

Claw

I

bo despatched AT

U S

da},Fcb Manapouri

are to noto the particularly requested Passengers calls at Mil 1 ORD 60UN*D and to obsene MANAPOURI nflorded for the most exthe spec al opportunity seeing in the Southern quisito scenery Hemtsphcro

31

'May month

th of each

TEN

1 his

s),

Parker's),

HIGHEST

THE

and

THURSD \.Y SIEAMERS BAT AND TWEED

-

Iriaschi thenceforward

TICKETS

to 10,

(direct]

Parker ») Emla}, (Huddart, Ieb s), buturda} Gabo(Howttidbraith nud Australasian Wammoo (New Zealand

Steamship

will throughout, nbovo on 11th ILBItUARY

light

ROUND

Barcoo (A Burrumbeet

ports

COMPANY'S nnd powerful

Co

PALTNG

Limited,

offer.

ia

The

FASHION,

LATEST

to

prrrilego

BALE THIS

"

«OLDriELDS

A

_F

Satur

(llaLdm)

Wodonga (A U B V Bunurong (Howard V

TELLINGTON.

Zealand

UNION

m8gniflcentl> fitted

SOUND, to to

roi

and

at Molboumo (transhipping Coogee Fob Parker's), Trida}, Parier a), leb Friday,

Tambo (Huodort, MELBOURNE

at

lYPTELTON, New

all

THE

PT Noon^J^^î^«1 bourno

Commander

DUNEDIN and

BLUFF,

calling

con

DEPRESSION

GREAT

o

Caita DI BIS nutl or

14

(Huddart (lluddalt.

Elingamite LAUNCLSION Connna (Union LAUNCEblON

ZEALAND,

Tia Melbourne, MILFORD

ra.

5 p

16,

I

MARITIMES

L

U

VFAREhT

clock Book ng Market-street

dayi.

LAUNCESTON Burrumbeet

France,

O

P.ECETV

CAItaO

-

ESSAGEBIES

;L

at

10

_O

POLYNESIEN ARMAN BFHTO AUBTRALIF VIL1 E DE CIOTAT

FREIGUTS

flMay 23 May

£55 to £70 £30 to £17 £05 to £115 INDIA £« £40 Iteturn. Fir t Saloon Bugle £1> Return £4C Second Saloon Singlo to India, and Parcels booked through Cargo, Passenger«, China, and Japan from can bo 1 ero for passages Passage money paid Liberal concessions mado to families England s information at tho Company Offices, For further apply comer Pitt and Bridge street* DOUGLAS -MICHIE Agent.

ßteamer

and

TAUES

bane BAY, TOWNSBRISBANE, KEPPEL MACKAY, ALL QUEENSLAND VILLE, and PORTS, to and THURSDAY ISLAND, NOUMANION, BURKETOWN Tob Aramaa (A U S N Co'« ), Wednesday 8, 4 p m Tob p ra Saturdaj 11,1 Peregrino (Howard Smith'«), Feb 15 4 p.m Wodonga (A U S N Co 's) « cdnL-dny, Feb Gabo a), Saturday, l8,1 p in. (Howard Smith GOLDFIELDS) EDLN

20

CO.,

_

.

I

16

and

-

Angus

Hitar 25 Mar

OP

-

S

4 Mar l8 Mar

"

Ballaarat

Bracoo,

liar Mar

m

-

Orman Fraser Stewart B Andrew«1

t>80SJ 4018 0 0302 E 0302IW 491011.1 4 4gT

.Himalaja .Mawiha .Oceana .Arcadia .Valetta

5 p

DUNEDIN,

THE of

days

our

_

TOR

«till

successful, that care and skill stylo of garment».

i

SAC

Wodonga (A U S N Co .«), Wednesday, Ich 15 4 pm. (Howard fca'urdav Feh IS, 1pm. Gabo Smith'«), IlUN UABERG, GLADBRISBANE MAlfiBOitOUOn STONE and ROCKHAMP1ÛN* Barrabool (Howard bmith ») lo-morrow îpm 's), Inda}, Feb 10, 5 p m I'litzroj (A U S N CoSmith's), ieb 14 6pm Xuesday, Buninyong (Howard and cargo for Malborough at Bris.Passenbers change

to

transhipping: oiitports To bo followed by THE FThAMSHTP FAVOURITr WAK Í.TIPU, FEBRUARY 16, at ON THURSDAY, LYTTELION. and WELLINGTON, to outports. transhipping

PALING

HUÍH FOR

GREAT

THE W.

The

Include

Bargains

BAT.«

DEPRESSION

at M'CLELLAND and 04 and t)d KlNG-blRLLT.

H

Lines

COMPANY'S,

Suitable

for

£1.

early

Autumn,

_

of tho above The Royal Hail Company will Steamship« Quay (Mocquano Point) and from Circular be despatched on the following at and Adelaide, dates, from Melbourne

throughout

Cutter«,

goods

'

THE

fitted

H.

MILLINERY been

ever

ha«

It

|

AND POPULAR POWERFUL WAIHORA. and all modem with clectrio light impnn emente, will be despatched ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, at NOON, for GISBORNE, WELLING AUCKLAND, NAPIER, DUNEDIN, BLUFF, and ÏON, LYTTELION MELBOURNE

Shipping

W.

W. and placo have many years therefore, Nothing, m supplying accomplish oar

inspect who for with u«.

FARE-Beti

of the to members following belonging Association will bo de«patched as under ADLLAIDE (lia Melbourne) To-morrow, Spm. Buninyong iHowardSmith's), Innamincka (Adclaido Co '«), Fcb 11,1 p m Saturday, Barrabool Fob 14, Sp m (Howard Smith's), Tuesda) Adoiaido Co '«), I eb l8,1 p m (Adclaido Saturday and WEST AUSTRALIA MelADELAIDE (from bourne) 0 Bteamer (Huddart, Parker1»), February

FARES.

be obtained than ut

can

the

CO.

__$!)_;_

_

REDUCED

BATES.

03 Pitt-street

ASSOCIATION

AUSTRALASIA STEAMSHIP Tho «teamen

STEAMERS.

of

2

Our

to

are

so

Eroved neglected tile highest

noon.

11 o Fast S S KARUAH leaves TO MORROW Tuesday at 9 p m (if arrivod) HARBOUR and WOOLGOOLGA, COFFS Deck cab TO MORROW T c day ß S KARUAH Wharf GEO W MCOLL Albion

Io

orders.

Bummer' influence

_

LINE

OWNERS'

their

tho our

_

UNION

SAMOA. HCKErs AT RFDUCED J MERGELL, General Agent for Australasia, Fxchango Corner,

as

11 p.m

a

and

HACKSHALL

for with materials calculated to extend

«applied fully is nature that Tadors. High-class friends We invite our are

of

I

Bridge

We trade

ANT

Limitée. -First-class STEAMSHIP C0MPAV1 OABTIE to and NAMOI ond NEW passenger Steamers EVERY NIGHT SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE from STEAMERS at 11 SO CARGO excoptel) (Sunday NIGHTLY for Newcastle Raymond Terrace and Clarcnco laterson ved shipped Town and ilorpoth cargo rece 5 No cargo received after Saturday on p m Saturda) rccchcd Saturdays lpm Bonded goods up to4pm

even

TONGA AND TOURISTS'

informastreet Manager

JACKSON, ZEALAND

Vïff

on

B

S

THE

T

March

24| 81

,

PIANOFORTES

PIANOFORTES.

DISPLAY of

_

WIRE

VALUE in

inspection

l

_1RE11K

BAShJITS.

all

other

all

of

affsrded for out relatives facilities ore bringing Special and friend« from the United Kingdom and Europe by pro Australia payment of tho pa«sagc-monc} in SERVICE BETWEEN DIRECT THREE-WEEKLY BY VERY FAST GENOA AND NEW 10RK STEAMERS S S LUBECK TO FOUR-WEEKLY SERVICE PER

at current

(Samoa)

15

22 Fob

CHARMING

A

your

MOST

To introduce

Tia Southampton

-

and

reb Mar

M

DYRON X>

Somapb

''

825

Tolcphono

BETTER

NO for

of submitting

pleasure

THE

the

__

¿te

to

Apia

Eichel Heint?o

1 Kessler thereafter

«ruhe

And

12 months,

application booked and passengers to Cargo rates For rates of passage and freight, at tho Ónice* tion, apply Companys W

Croases,

Ear

_.

COMPANY

29 Mar April 2Sl "0 April Vpnl May week« four TltOM PASSAGE-MONEY SYDNEY, £14 to £07 10s TICKETS, available for NINE and IlETURN R VTES TWELVE MONTHS at BJ DUCED DHU LONDON SPECIE TAKEN C1 TO booked to New York, Passenger« and cargo aro through

nabsburg

and Saloon PassenHonolulu San Auckland, en route to Now York, Vanvii, points Los Angelos, Denver, Kansas, City, Montreal, aro. Falls,

Niagara

Bl B

lem

to England Faros Sydney or Auckland, SALOON', £03 and £06 Combination Ticket £52 10s and £57 13s 4d ad BTELRAOK, £0018s and books, showing Time cord», maps guide railwoj routes to any pointa of Ula United may bo had States,

Sydney feTKAND

CO Buttonhole«

for

journey

Through

Arcade

THB

6

availablo

arc

break their and any Salt Lake

Chicago.

to

|May

ling

MERIMBULA

Agents

LLOYD. MAIL

Hohonzol-|

>

destinations

panies Tickets

BULBS.

Sprajn llanta

l3500KpriU7 are booUcü

16 13 11

¡March April

)robrnary25 March 25 ii ¡April

to Francisco or to San through and hav. at San Francisco ohoico of and the unrivalled Atlantio railwaya Steamship tho Cunard, Inmau, Whit. and othix comStar,

Passengers

European overland Lines of

EPECIALLY

T

Limited,

,

bourne

¿0 hûoo February 10O0 March 2U

Mariposa Monowai

FLOWER STANDS GARDEN AJICHES WIRE EASTWAY BROTHERS 411 George-irt.

THE

CO

IMPERIAL to are carried the requirements according Passengers the English Passenger« Acta of l&W on 11603 MONTHLY LINE OF DIRECT STEAMERS from SYDNEY MFLBOURNE and ADELAIDE, t* SOUTHAMPTON-, ANTWERP, and BREMEN, COLOMBO, Aden and Genoa, Bu-s, for London, taking passengers and connecting from PORT SAID DIRECT MAIL by to LINE BRIVDISI PAB8ENGIK will be dospatohed as follows (if practicable)

tho

COUP

N

WEATHFR PrRMITTTVG bhoall aven I osday Friday, Kiama ?Wollongong M ndar m dn ghi Kiama "Wollongong de Bateman s Baj Fridas 9 a.m. Moruya, C1) noon 9am Ulladulla Thunda} Irdaj Saturday Merimbula, Eden Bermagui luursday 11 a m Tathra cargo Thursday S t rdai noon noon 1 ambula Goldfields Thunda) Saturday an rccenod after 11 a.ui or 6pm No cargo

offers.

£ns|

Alameda

Florist»

\ ice Regal street and SI und

Bou-ructs Seed»

WIRE HANGING

T

"TLLAWARRA

T>~A

GERMAN

the

bare

will

TAILORING.

HIGH-CLASS

,

_Shipping_ S

and

«a

BURNS, DEUTSCHE»

we

TAX

BEAUTIFUL

NEW GUINEA will bo for above ports

to apply PHILP, and

particular«

TsVTOBD

EXPRESS

MAIL

alik«

Steamer

collection

unrivalled

aux

ORAHAM

J

WREATHS andCntnowu«

And

further

HOUBE,

SYDNEY.

I

AMEBICA, SERVICE.

VICTORIA

FRANCIS, Local Manager

Sydney.

INCOME"

will AFFECT PRICE of

NOT

___

of

Catalogue

PEARCETJHOS 1250_107 King No TO

FACT.

INDISPUTABLE

N

Establishment

(MONDAY),

TO-DAY

173 Pitt-streot,

_

for

our

on

i

invited.

freely

Make»,

_

Hill, loving

«took Hyacinths,

enormous

honour

will

you

difieran».

Manufactured

Bridge-street_ and SINGA-

JAVA

Bobe

Aus-

Limited,

,

and

INVITED

AGENCIES F

Habit

_

For

for

HENRY

about the FEBRUARY.

16th

4Hunter-st

roadecasy

CO

inducement

aa

port«

faci

Europa.-Great

heat of the Bed Sea and tua cold of Cape Horn UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, Limited. in conjunction with COMPANY OF OCEANIC STEAMSHIP SAN FRANCISCO »f Now contract with the Postmaster-General Under of this line aro to leave Zealand the steamers appointed Honolulu, and Sydney and Auckland four forwecLs Apiaas (6amoa), under San Francisco every -_

couver,

Daffodil*

Inspection

up the

PATBONS.

LADT

4«.

If

make

to

and CO., MORRISON PROPOSED fTTHE

-

an

OUB

suit«.

£4

establishments,

quantity

H.

Drapers,

_

BOYAL Avoiding

mv

BULBS,

BULBS, Write

M

other

at

Calling

87 DAYS.

IN

gers Francisco,

havo Lilies

upon

Tailors,

LIBERALITY

PROMPTITUDE.

RATES

APPLICATIONS

advertisements,

and

CALCUTTA, via PORE,

to

ThoSS

TU

"PNÖLAIJD,

FLOWERS

-Wo Now

somo

in

prices rely

of Suitings

selection

_

BULB SEASON at reduced prices

Merchant

-

to (allroutesl saved travelling

(BOOK'S J Hties. trouble

Florists

BEAUTIFUL

F

_

Albert his

by

Inserted

WORLD

_____

Rowland

of

irmerabranco 1801.

robmar),

THE

IN

_

SrEAM

ANDERSON, London, E.C.

special

PHILP,

despatched Tours

can

for

seo

particulars

43 Pitt-street,

dear mother, leracmbranco JENNINGS -In loving who Ufo at her lato this Llizabeth Jennings, departed Walker-street, Redfern on tho ßth lebruarj, residcnco, Inserted all who knew her. by her Lo\cd 1887 b> Alice Fctfiroon daughter, father. John remembrance of dear KAYS -In loving my Victoria, this hfo at Berwick, win» departed Kays JP, remembAlso in fnnd and loving on February 5,1884 departed rance of my dear mother, Mar) Ann Kays, who 18dl. InVictoria, on February 5, thts life at Berwick, non, John Koj A serted b> their loving who LUP1 ON.-In remembranco of John Lupton, loving 1887. Inserted died on 4th Ft-brunn, by his loving Allen Elizabeth daughter,

rio VT

and

,

ïVTcmonam.

of

Telephone

further to

LOWEST

-

lovinp died 5th and children

HILL.-In

FICE

_

,

and CO MANAGERS F OREEN ANDErsON, and CO Fenchurcu-avenue, Full particulars on to application

»god

In

offer

For apply

BUEfTB,

-

Macquano

who wife

tisement) of China Steamers Gibb Lino Pacific Northern Steamship Company, Limited. Mail Lino Nippon Yuscn Kaisha-Japan Compan}, Limited Mogul Steamship Mail Line to Now Guinea). New Guinea (Cooktown and Co'» Lina to West M11 wraith, M'Eocharn, &c tralia,

8 23 8

_10

at his residence, "Waroonga, 4, February of second non of P Mae Mahon, Patrick North CampbcU-atreet, Bond and Fern Hill» 32 years.

Hurstville, ßydnej,

25

ra

MAHON

MAC

Oi

Woollen

-

ven

Queensland Bntish-Indla Australasian

PASSENGERS

"

34

aged

FIRE

.

Excursion

255 Vicrelict of

toria-street,

LEADING

shall

we

But

_

PASSAGE

SALOON

E.

13 25 11

E E Lavington April H O Darby E Wmto.RNR W April R Studdert_ May thereafter And fortnightly Hobart at .Culling MONEY-Saloon, and £70. £55, £6.1, Second, £J0 and £37. £17 17s to £22 Third, Ticket« at Reduced Ratos, Return allowed to break their journey

ORATAVA

at her lato 4,1603, 6anlh Mrs IVtor, Darlinghurst, of Hill-street, loster, Upper formerly the lato Ïhomos also seventh daughter of London, aged 75 > cara, Clapton, sear Colnc, Spout House, and Ann 1 bomber, James and 37 nix grandchildren Manclientcr, leaving daughters Homo their loss papers picoso cop} to mourn Alfred 3, at Pnnco Hospital, Mary HYDE -February Hyde, J 1', ííorabala, widow of the lato Ldmund H>de, aged C7 > cars residence athis Brldg 4, parents* LANGLEY-February Hedley Chantier Linthorpo-strcet, Newtown, north, nged 28 j cars Langley, Brownlow Hill, MACKENZIE-icbnmry eon of 4, A.at HGlondon, Cauley Vale, Murcheston, eldest Mackenzie,

F06TEIL-Tanunry

LINES Mail Line to London Royal 8 N Co, Limited, to all Indian ports adverUnited Coastal Service (See special

COUPANT,

and

_

>cars residence,

THE BTEAlt

UNDFBMENTIONED

THE

ARMER

_

Hood, aged 47

Henry

E.S

Feb Fob Mar Mar

_

.Ol.OYA .ORIrVT .OKMUZ

Death*.

George

J F Anderson J r Ruthven A W Clarke,

tons

11918

.

.ORI/5ABA

% at Armidale, Fanny Coolee, youngest Cooke, B Cooko and Fanny Into Jarae^ of daughter of of Mrs David Elphinstone, and dearly beloved sinter tho Globe. and of MUM M. J. Cooko, lato of Bummer lilli, rest At Waterviow, 31. 1893, athis re^fdencej Narandora,

FOE

Regular

Cfl"pITT-STREET

EXCHANGE

choico

a

theso

_

CUZCO .OPHIR

COOKE -February tho

FLOOD-January

AGENTS

have

for

-

Metho4, at the Primitive MA, asT Parr, dist Church, Newcastle, by tho Rev editor Roderick Davidson, Rev J Penman sisted b> tbo Llizabeth Hester, eldest daughter llcrald, to Newcastle of Newcastle of Richard Hull, -Januarv

DAVIDSON-HALL

TJOTAL

_

,

SUIT,

3s

£3

POPULAR

IO We

COMTAOT

INSTJRANOB

_

Charlotte-street, of a M D

lian Continent-to Fiji, too New Guinea, and East, to India, China, Torres Straits, and by Northern Pacific Ballway

_

field,

a son

28, at Eurolie. Odillo Maher,

of W

to the belonging loavo will dates for PLYAdeMelbourne, at calling Canal,

Mad The Boyal Steamships following PACIFIC COMPANIES ORIENT nntf on tho SYDNEY at noon undermentioned LONDON MOUTH and (Woury), Tia and tho Sue« laide Colombo, Albany, and Gibraltar Naples -_t

UB

o

all

_

of

Little,

ORIENT

the

Point,

Limited, ports in the Austrathe New Hebrides, also, Uio Louisiade«, throughout and to England via Batavia, Japan, British and the Japan, Columbia,

CO,

PHILP, and cargo to BURNS, book passengers New Caledonia,

_

C W

MAHER,-Januan the wito

Darling

Cleveland,

and

MAIL

BOYAL

_

of

wifo

at

9,

OP BTEAMER8

^^^^

Births. LITTLE -February

LINE

admitted

to be the Best Sites for Mountain Retreats in the best location on tho Bluo Mountain». AUCTION on tho SATURGround, DAY at 3 p m. Torrens title. Next, terms. Easy Traína from and 10.16 a.m. on Sydnev 8 am. day of Balo. Plana.

KATOOMBA WATKIN,

WATJON,

QOYD-EH, ana HARDWICK, Auctioneers,

ATOOMBA

PARK,

mlmittod

Sites for Mountain Retreats tho Blue Mountains AUCTION DAY Torrens Next, at 3 p m. title from Bydnoy 8am and 1015 a m

WATSIN,

WATKIN.

ÖOYDiR,

to

tho

be Boat in tho best location on the Ground, SATUREasy terras Trains on Plans. day of «ale.

on

u_

HARDWICK, Auctioneer«.

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and

Fettitt'a

LONDON

1

famous

DAY

BY

|

HOLIDAY

including

branch

stations,

availablo

On WEDNESDAY Special for

Passenger

Cootamundra,

8.0 p.m.

from

returning

Cootamundra

LONDON

AGRICULTURAL and Oth FEBRUARY,

8th

HOLIDAY

EXCURSION

issued

at

(Is

return

on

p.m.

until

Thursday,

February 11.

Fobruary

Saturday, By order

of

the

Theatre

MACDONALD, TITS. T Gunther Manager for

for

HAlTE

Fred LAST

WEEK

Mr

MONDAY, road,

Mr.

Shows

GEO.

K.

como

may

FORTE8CUE

Mr.

GEO.

K.

(America's

THE

.

...

request.) Home"

Sailing

Wedding

The

.Mr. .Miss

"Ho was songs 'Whistling," and the duet Goodness Sake," THING OVER AGAIN." "THE SAME EVANS in his artistic clog dance. (Chanos and William) BOVIS BROTHERS entitled Pound and One One song dance,

JACK THE Irish

"

MISS ALMA OBREY. in her serio-comio "Tho Robins in the Tree," and "Actions Words." than BAYLES and CHARLIE POPE IRVING in his Bongs first Ball for the (sung before the Missis." "Right

HARRY rade

"

a

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a

time

T

George-street,

and

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The

CONCERT and GRAND St. Vincent Mary's Conference, Oddfellows' Now

hold in TUESDAY

0.

I.

EVENING,

SETTLING

aid of St. in will bo Society, on Elizabeth-street, 3s and 2s. Tickets.

Moorefield

Boco JAMES

IVERPOOL nORSE I RACING JL> TO-DAY, RACING TO-DAY, Specials Grandstand,

11.0, 5s

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hones

Is

fares,

B

NEW

TUESDAY

A

Alderman John M

Thomas Buckland, James B. Hill, Esq. J. T. Walker, Esq. James Milson, Esq.

ÎT

The

FOB

PARK FEBRUARY

SICK

of the above Behool of Arts,

Kingdom.

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after

rao^

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will Society Pitt-street,

WHILE

extra;

of two

or

M.

Secretary.

_

Sydney.

'

Offices-Garlintr's-chumbcrs, 108 Pitt-street,

GROUND!

"CRICKET SATURDAY.

'

"ASSOCIATION NEXT

FRIDAY

NORTHERN

and DISTRICTS

London,

HLLLICAR,

charge Circular Notes are issued in able by corresi ondenta in the of Europe North and South

and

of

sums

chief

£10 and £25 negotiof tho Continent and the Africa,

cities

Amoica,

PILLS

ELEVEN

MEAT-PRESERVING

SYDNEY

EACn

FIRE

TO

£49,400

FOR

WORTH

to

Incorporated

CO CAÍ

BUB.

OF AND

SOCIETY. Act

Hon.

B. ,T.

Committee: MORTON. Hon. JOTTN ESQ.. M.A.: KINGSBURY.

£1 000 000

PIAL,

BRANCH AU6TRAIIAN to Successors Marino Assuranco Company General Assurance CompanyN.& nnd M Insuruuce Company,

MALT OF CO.'S Molt to strength

B. J.

OVEREND,

ACHESON

Esq.!

DONALDSON, JAMES CE.

Esq.,

HIP

THE

MINING

and

No. »orner

1.-Majmifleont nnd of Albert

Adelaide

stioots, the

by

(Bnnking-obambcrs

occupied rental at cost £SO,noo 2 to 2)03.-Residences, Brisbane, at cost. near

Bank) Nos. in and

value,

'

j

Chambers,

superbly Queensland

fitted

up Deposit

£1500.

Ac,

Shops,

and

picked

Land

FIRST

PRIZE, £30,000. 6 of £500 » 100 of £25 S of £10,000 125 of £20 £3,000 10 of £250 1 of 1,000 of £10 £2,500 BO of £1»0 4 of £V> 1,000 of £5 100 of 5 of £1.000 déduction of ony kind. £105,000 : no Total. or CORRD3 and Albert-street, Apply to SECRETARY, Brisbane CO., Queen-street, enclose Two nnd stamped State amount forwarded, register letter. Addressed Emolopos; will bavo a chanco of IS SEPARATE EVERY SHARE PRIZES, BO that £1 MAY WTN £40,400 to Melnourae on Fob. 8.

Price,

I

|

in m

T

10

fln____

Annual

__MffOK'6~f5¡rth \J

T

will

start

about

March

W.

Bargain»

H.

Conducted" 22.

Particulars

to Japan 4 Huntor-st.

Party

SALE

DEPRESSION

GREAT

IHE

She

40s_seconiL

CO.,

Lines

Suitable

for

early

of

One

declared, February, bourne. Hobart.

Autumn.

OF

WOOL on liberal

or port, effected

terras

Clayton'sCrlmsou

and giving box.

grow

very curacomplaints.

io.,

cured with CATARRH

FERIUER'S

_,r.

'"mcdr) Price,

Is.

Tooth

Tasto,

always

wisuiNGTON

Is ; Chloride Fluid, of Potash, of ful make« ono gallon allothcr disinfectants.

BÚUL

H.

of Lime, lid

Sciatica, bago, Two Shillings

oz.

good

"

early

CURED

CORNS

Is,

Price,

fresh. and

Agent Aus-

throughout

By

of

Limited.

day

H.

w.

PALING

and

Established

PIANOS,

WITHOUT

HAYMARKET

THAT 'lllLil

CO.,

Snd day

and nemo

are

Limited.

Btelnsvay and

Sole Agents Lcko Uebel,Gore Victor sud Belling Bond Instruments, Boosey*»

Organs GREAT

and

Fenrlch, for the

LOW

VARIETY

EASY

PIANOFORTES,

terms

Estey ,

to

TERMS

STREET_ MASSEY.

and

_197 EETtha

Kellmann,

Pianos 4o

PRICES

GEORGE

SCO!

SMITH

MUSIC,

TABLETS,

£10

maker

£12.

at

PIANO,

Russell

£10, £14, s, Botany-st

recentTyeost

£30,

£18, ¿20, D hurst 85

gn*., s

and other» Bussell Bteinway Rotnberg, RONIhOH Lipp, frame £16, tnn¡T2l2, £9, powerful cash PIANOS £18. £28, want ltuwe]UJ__otOTy-s__J[¿hur__t_ best

havelho

lected stack RUSSELL'S

C1IT

of Pianos

and most

of

H EW N1

cheapest,

boon

a

nervous

by

who suffer to thoso dyapepsia. Clayton

a all

Actin,;

Secretary.

GO

"-A

CROWDS

4,

Bteinwny, at

Gordon's,

best Pianos, Gordon value »,

maker»,

£30

Bargains

Chemists.

£20, JW Bourke-st,

n

r

and Oxfd

PÍLANOS, bargain»

£6T2ro, In Bydaey.

AU,

greatest u

Oaf.

to

u

superior vertible into

constantly

OUR felt

that

extent

feel

they

to

our

February 32 prime

_Hunter

that

clicntago HALF MARKED HALF MABKLÜ Seo now

MORROW, On

FIFTY

of

account

we

ro

selling

a

«m«titution

healthy during

"

have

much

The

A very

it

Is.

den

lot

in

plcasuro

SOOTHÍÑG

POWDERS

to

SOLD

ELLIOTTJBROS.,

irNHTErSOHILL'SSYRUPSofLIME, br the \J

SOD

A-Reoommended

andrtdUeaaesofdebility.

the

E.

to

introducing

J?

faculty

"¿SfitTXIOTTBBOa..

Wholesale

K.P.

Carpet,

OF ELECTROPLATE, Monufactnissrs, English porSONS, a considerable uso.

by

LIPP, back,

glass ¿te, Cutlery,

Waro,

wtth

fitted

«re.

tie.,

HALL

6UITES.

CORNICES

and

will hold the »bov» BY AUCTION, atthoNEW PUT-STREET. TUESDAY. 2 o'clock in the afternoon. half-past

and

HARRIS

EXTENSIVE AUCTION MART, 7th FEBRUARÏ,

ACKMAN SALE 1119

nt

CARPETS almost within

now, the

FOREST

DRAPERIES.

LODGE.

FEBRUARY

TUESDAY, IMPERATIVE

,

at U o'clock

7,

UNRESERVED

SALE

ara.

BY

AUCTKHI

No. 8 CARELTON-TERRACE, FOREST HEREFORD-STREET, LODGE, under instructions f rora Mn. JAMES HARRIS, the wholo of her FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD

SUPERIOR

EFFECTS, inoludiug FURNITURE, Superior CedsrSidebcard, tmck with plate-glass BUTTE, in hud« DINlNQ-KOO.u upholstered Luther, some Ovennaneéis. Dining Table, Clocks, Oratneata, «te, «¡c. DINING-ROOM

ditto,

Í.80

23,

p.m.,

Yards. received above.

as

instruc-

Gudgenby, all 4 year»,

E«q_, fillies,

11

blood for Hon. A. Ryrie, Michelago for Messrs Veech Bros.. Oakleigh Yaouk. for L Cochrane, Esq.,

sorts,

with RATTAN

hovelled mirror« edged and WICKER CHAIRS, silk plush cushions. shapes, with

Government

.

at 12.30 sharp, 150 quartan

Market,

auction,

Circular

11.30, To-day, SALE.

Quay,

UNRESERVED

leaf.

GEDDES and CO., The Pastoral Finance that Association, limited, they will beg to announco auction, at their Warehouse, Kirribilli Point, bv public at 11.80 a.m. TUESDAY, the 7th instant, sharp, of prim» RANDO wotheri 100 carcases 10 bodies beef of mixed ewos and 200 carcase»

wether»._

iToat Market, Hay-«t,-Auc Bcof, Mutton, Day at 12 o'clock, 0, at 2 p m. DAY, FEBRUARY

ÍC_sfETROPOLITAN .lyjL

tioa

SaleThis

TUTS

CRANE,

TirM.

Jun. (No. by auction,

King.

tho

DAY,

CRANE,

FEBRUARY

Jun. sell by

5

(No.

will TT street), for rent, on the premises, fmnituro Household

auction

to

AUCTION

IMPORTANT

restrain

Redfern,

at 11

7,

a-m.

and best

_Produce,

Jun.. UNRESERVED

at

under

*c,

pawer«

THIS

J1EORGE \jf Mr. P.

SUPERIOR STOCK good quality.

the

Pitt

Bazaar,

and

6

years, of a to Bosworth Now on and

6~SADDLE

_Terms,

THIS

'THIS

n.,

Mariis

never

furniture Reserve.

X1

from

THIS Globe.

auction, atxeet,

Cabmen,

Proprietor«, W

HORSES has

quantity sent In

large been

and Hitchins, GEORGESouthCamperdown Yards,

auetmi^TthT

^ÄelÄÄicn harness

and

to

for

draught

to

fit

THIS

at

Ught

at otk

10th to

o'clock

5

11

o'clock

a.m.

from

FEBRUARY,

p.m.

o'elookT SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD DAY, at 11 consisting of Drawing and Dining FURNITURE, Room Overmantels, Sideboards, Carpet« and Suites, Suite, Telescope Linoleums, Austrian Dining Table, Double una E.P. Ware, Olu^swaro andCrockery, Cutler)and Bedding, Wardand Single Half-tcrter Bedstead» Duchasso Toilet« and Ware, Cheeta Drawer«, robes, sad 'ioilct Tables and Glasses, Kitchen, Culinary,

Laundry MOORE

A

e

Auction

Requisites. <»id CO. have heen favoured at Labour to sell by auction, ss 247A Pitt-street, above._

DAYr CO.

THIS mid

at wtU

2.3Ö;

auction,

suites, very superior furniture. No reierve. bedsteads, table», West On the Premises, 06 George-st. THIS DAY, MONDAY.

duung

will

SLEVIN a

by

soil

MIDDLETON Sydney, Regent-street, and sell

auction warrant,

at 71 Couches,

on the aboye pre. THIS DAY, Monday, Íuraiture end stock*

by

under mises, rent Geh, at 11 o'clock, of a feather-cleaner.

household

February in-trade

with Buaar

instructions Rooms,

Cash._

i_Terms,

TO-MORROW, FEBRUARY TUESDAY,

T,

at 11a.m.

ANNOUNCEMENT

at the

12

Bedroom

of the wholo

ead

Furniture,

at

44J

,

Waverley

stop

quite will

and

Oxford-street,

CUT

GLASSWARE Hand-painted China ELECTROPLATE, BEST QUALITY

a.m.

very closo to

fretho

or

on

at

7,

e.m.

11

and

received bill of

CURIOS,

in

BEDROOM

on account of it moy with all faults, 100 Cases BABY BRAND MILK Each 32 Boxes MACCARONI. 4 ditto

To

which

SALE and

WALTER

announcing to conduct

that tlio

COLONIAL

of

the

Storekeepers,

AT ABRIDGED

ON

CASH.

DAY,

of for

GENERAL

positive

sale

to

which

at n

KELLETT a

and CO.

lae

Booms,

Pitt-street,

Boilersand

FRASER above.__

CO.

will and and

«barp,_ o'clock the

sharp

at

the under

Effects

e by Publie 7th February,

Auction on the above.

ipHB"BAILIr?F"vVlil X THIS DAY,

eth

for

rent,

The

ABOVE

Oolumn,

Rooms,

FEBRUARY

8,

at

11.

MART, 7th

prialng

FEB

DRAPERY CLOTHING

and FANCY and BOYS' and SHOES.

-LAIN MEN'S BOOTS

to hand arrivals.

Consignments and other late

the

BY at

ex

premises,

Peremptory Superior

aja.,

and

FEBRUAR"?,"

AVENEL, NEUTRAL

totally

Household

Ysrrmurobsrrs»,

Aberdeen,

_^___^

NEXT,

AUCTION

11 o'clock

REGULAS SALE, eesa

RODD and CO. will hold their AUCTION ALL-ROUND

WEEKLY

BALE._

BALE

whole

Unreserved Furniture

8th INSTA

BEN

,,

BOYD-BOAD,

BAY. and

Sole of High-clais and Effects, (Biiinsnt

PIANOFORTE

WALNUT UPRIGHT, Maker) m Maroo» SUITE of nine piece«, OAK DINING-ROOM H. H. throughout Morocco, Spring», Copper SIDEBOARD, with bevelled P. G. Back OAK Screw, x Patent TABLE 8ft. x (¡ft. 4ft, OAK TELESCOPE Wilton Pile, and Felt Carpets Brussels, in Buk Flush SUITE, RATTAN Handsomely Upholstered STEEL KNOItAVlNGS, SKETCHES PAINTINGS, of coroutine; SUITE, in American Walnut, BEDROOM Pair Duchesse Toilets, bevelled P. G. Door, Wardrobe, and 2 Chairs Pedestal, Spring and IRON Tubular Bedsteads, MASSIVE BRASS Mattresses, Kapok, and H. H. Beds BED, O O T ,

_

of his

FURNTTURB

MODERN

HOUSEHOLD LARGE

hu

EFFECTS.

COLLECTION several

including

_,

OF BOOKS, Works.

Rare

PLANTS snd

.

FERNS.

_

their

Tuesday,

ACKMAN

and

HARRIS with instructions sale

distraint for of the above

duct

the Important DARLING

BOURNE,

MAGNIFICENT THURSDAY,

«c7.

Mounts, North Sydney. THOUSAND FOUR HUN F)RTY-NINE DRED AND SIXTY POUNDS WORTH FOB «1. Se» Amusement

at

CLOTHING

the old-established 7 Wynyard-streot,

WEDNESDAY,

and

LANGHAM

Furniture,

auction,

by

ero.

Dealers,

FEBRUARY,

MAGNIFICENT

to sell received instruction» the Premlie« on TUE8DAT, No reserve. Term«, Cash.

sell, at 12 o'clock,

sell

UNRESERVJtD

SALE, at

POINT.

ATTRACTIVE

TuWDAYTTtfi^EBRTCSYTat

nn the premises, and Margaret street, Furniture snd

Household

CertUeats,

toner.

Enginesequsl

and

6.

"

réalise.

sell the above TO-MORROW,

10 to 7,1803.

etlla.m.,

HIGHLY

DRAPERY

from

FEBRUARY

ES. INVINCIBLE, 51 Tons Register, 020 passengers, Seagoing Just Survojod.

carries

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY,

in te*

11a.m.

THIS

VTEW

TUE8DAY,

concern,

ADVERTISEMENT.

DARLING

of

paper.

TO-MORROW, 7th FEBRUARY, TERMS

CLOTHING

CONVENIENCE

Saturday's

and CO. have pleasure favoured with they have been sals above highly attractive

,

Grocers,

_TERMS

DRAPERY.

BOOMS for BUYEB8.

m

ATTRACTIVE DRAPERY

and ACKMAN will SELL tho AUCTION BY AUCTION, at tho NEW Wit on PITT-STREET, TUESDAY NEXT, BUARY, at 11a.m.

Cash.

Term«,

STOCK

of

otc., &o., PARTICULARS

appeared

BRADLEY

TAMES

by

m

variety

great

FURNITURE,

FULL of

struotioas

HARRIS

instructions to sell No. SElier

sale,

12 o'clock,

effect«.

and

ELKDfuV

REQUISITES

DRAWING-ROOM

ELEGANT JAPANESE

available

_

Also, whom

Cash,_

Terras,

from

FURNITUBB,

DINING-ROOM

WALNUT

MASSIVE

bo

Paddington,

FEBRUARY

U

effects.

under at

of the

and ELABORATE HOUSEHOLD and AppointmcntsT FURNITURE

ln«teuctioni

DAY, HILL,

of

COSTLY

at

o'clock,

*c received Tins

residence

R. HOPE-ATKLN&ON, Esq., UNINQRA, WYLDE-STREBT, POTTS POINT,

and Pockets Bsgs QUEENSLAND SUGARS PICKLES 160 Cases STEPHEN'S VINEGAR 60 ditto DICTO SAUCE 25 ditto DITTO MUSCATELS 200 Boxes 25 each ENGLISH ditto, 101b., CONFECTIONERY, XXX Brand 7 Cases TEA and MEDIUM TWINE DIGBY CHICKS D5 ditto MACONOCniE'U and HURRAY'S RED HERRINGS 30 ditto SHARPE 2 ditto FIGS 47 ASSORTED JAMS ditto ENGUSH REGAL 40 ditto SALT POWDERS 20 ditto BAKING CELEBRATED BTOUT 100 ditto WATKIK'B LIMEJUICE 20 quarter-cask» KOEUCIU'.R'S CHAMPAGNE 60 Cases THEO. 40 ASSORTED ditto CLARET, SAUCE. 20 ditto WORCESTER

DULWICH HILL, snd EFFECTS,

have

hat

from by

*

on

FEBRUARY, THURSDAY,

FRIDAY. VIEW. 10 o'clock a.m.,

...ON

HOUSEHOLD

2631

hotel.

(MONDAY}

unbroks* work.

sell

SKIFF.

HARRIS

thereby offering excepdesirnblo furniture, any For rent and particulars,

purchase removal.

TUESDAY,

EMANDELSON

Kunopia, Tfllfl

and active

premises

end BEGGS, Haymarket DRAPERS AND COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS.

HOTEL, York

instructions

CEDAR

and ACKMAN have been favoured instructions from a GENTLEMAN ABOUT with LEAVE FOR the important IO EUROPE, to conduct LOWER auction, at hu residence, llOLCOMliK, sale by M'MAHON'n BAY VILW-bTUEET, POINT, NORTH

WALLACE

at 11 o'clock

to LET, tho sale,

after

CHOICE

H

11

90

received

veiy

favoured

been

sale.

during

Alio.

Vanmen,

u

order,

walnut,

MERCERY.

and othes».

HOUSE.

including

and

day,

now

,

»SO yards TWEEDS end BUTTINGS In Tweeds, 150 Men's Serges, SUITS, mostly tailor-made, and Worsted« TROUSERS 140 pairs Fancy Tweed and Worsted nsw Sacs. All these ore in style, including square-cut TWEED SUITS 7« Boy«' and Youth»' SHIRTS, SCARFS, TIES, HANDKERHOSIERY, CHIEFS. BRACES and UNDERSHIRTS PANTS, and GENERAL Men's

account

and

-?

by E. G. WOOD, London. powerful glass, on tripod pedestal.

GRAND

YARDST

LEAVE

TELESCOPE,

SHORE,

TO

to

REMOVED

A

from TO

Thowholoof his SUPERIOR FUKNITlTrtE HOI JJ El'fEC1S,

xwfcet

on

rent,

To

Bent-street tho

opportunity Arc without carpet«, and CO STILLING

Cssh._ FOB RENT.

and

furniture

ABSOLUTE

«Ve:

partnership

"CAMPERDOWN^ 'Bus

WITHOUT

Monday,

DAY,

full

been

am.

AUOTI0K,

BAY

instructions Under ABOUT GENTLEMAN FOR EUROPE.

IMPORTANT

and

FEBRUARY,

lenvo

tional

KEBERVE.

nt

_No "BEGGS T*tTEÀLE Mr.and Groenberg,

* ,

BY

VIEW-STREET, SHORE. POINT, NORTH

LOWER M'MAHON'S

by order of the TO-MORROW

sell,

by

_NEALE TATTRïeriON

BOR8Ê&

MEN,

a

TRAMS

VENTNOR immediately

New

King-htieet, TOILETS.

auction,

of Dining Chairs, Table, Kitchen Utensils, sell

Household

has

to close

to the

at 10.30 a.m. by Auction. of GROCERIES, well assorted, For 6ale, Without Reserve.

DAY.

8A£ITBY_AUCTI0N, aold

will

by

SOUTH-STREET, FURNITURE

eorunstlnit

to sell received instructions at the Bazaar, Pitt and Castlereagh streets, by auction, DAY, Monday, at 12 o'clock, Chestnut mare First by First Water, and Rose, 14.2, In full training Well-known brown mare Prattler, 18.3.

Being

specially

BEDROOMS,

Karfdcnee._

USEFUL

SALE MART,

and RHODES have DUFFSOUTH-STREET, PUBLIC AUCTION, DULWICH

at

GEORGE

maker,

on

view._ HARNESS

RACING

6th

DAY,

ia

of

AUCTION

Sale

THIS at

Monday,

KISS

AND

GOOD

of

DISTRAINT

UNDER

has to sell received instructions and Castlereagh Uio Baraar, Pitt streets, at 12 o'clock, in hard-fad saddle and harno.s horses, 6 useful good condition, and suhjoctto

GEORGE by auction, DAY,

OF

STRONGMAN

by

BALE

«to,

th» whole of FURNITURE EFFECIS,

SUPERIOR

quentlyely throughout Rcsldenei

a.m.

11

have reooiv-od and BEGGS instructions THIS «eil DAY, Monday, at half-past by auction, off No. 1 Bay View-street, Point-street, 10 o'clock, next Milk Depot, Pyrmont,

He

SHORE.

11 O'CLOCK

TON'S

Asaboye____.

by

at

UNRESERVED

MAGNIFICENT

IsirEALE Al to

Hereworth, Robin. and has

by maro

NORTH 10,

nt HOLCOMBE,

VENTNOR, LEIOHHARDT-BTREET, WAVERLEY. her

Bolllnger'o-tcrracc, Railway-street, Premises, close to Granville station. have and CO., of Burwood, in and Son, who are reMesan. William« «truction« from invite aboie, and attendfrom business, to «ollai tiring hotel and boarding-house ance of trade keepera, buyers, and others.

to

Castlereagh

Monday, st 12 o'clock, A bay gelding, out byrnong

SEVERAL

have ACKMAN WILLIAM from Mrs. at her Residence,

auction,

by

sell

VERY

On the

from instructions «oil at by auction, THIS DAY, streets,

KISS has received Mnnning, Shoalhaven,

celobrated

and

to

DAY,

Important

OTHERS.

and

a.m.

TUESDAY.

aad LAUNDRY FURNITTJRsa, PATENT MANGLE. &C. ato,

t

"at

7,

FURNITURE, BILLS

Jun.,

MORNING.

Sale«.

MEN

tho

b}

HARRIS with instructions

'

FEBRUARY

UNRESERVED

Household

Auction RACING

o'clock 'ON

ADVERTISEMENT.

TUESDAY,

in Bulk Juioo_Cor añdlSottle,J,jmo Lime Juico puro. MONK'S Vinegar Work«, dial, Alexandria. Henderson-road, 27. Newtown. Telephone

11

SALE

POINT,

FEBRUARY

IMPORTANT

bedding

KITCHEN

&c.

FURNITURE,

CRANE,

&c.

TO

ABRIGDED

FRIDAY,

at

February,

PRIOR

M'MAHON'S

VERY

»eil hy auction, athis AUCTION MART. No. 61 H a.m. TO-MOREOW,

will

WM.MOBTOAGEES, FURNITURE.

V ÏNEGAR

TO

VIEW

.'

No. 51 Castlercigh-stroot. CHEST DUCnESliE CEDAR WARDROBE, CAR LINOLEUM, OILLOTH, OF DRAWER». RECLINFETS, SAFES, CROCKERY, AUSTRIAN TABLES, to., tu. ING LOUNGE AND CHAIRS,

the

ON

in

PIANOFORTE,

complete OVERMANTELS, in solid

BEDROOM

AUCTION NEW UNRESERVED MART, city the 'Iheatre Royal 81 Castlereagh-stroet, (between the and Tho Australia "), BALANCE of Mr. NEW ALL'S HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE,comprisine rlAKOFORTE. SPLENCOLLARD and COLLARD MUSICAL BOX. CHESTS of DRAWERS, DID singlo, snd SUPERIOR BEDSTEADS (double, Wosen-wIre MATTRESSES, NEW three-quarter), HORSEHAIR and KAPOK BEDDING, largo DINNER BREAKFAST, and of TEA, variety SERVICES, SUITES, 4 DRAWING-ROOM OtL MAGNIFICENT PAINTINGS, and a lot of SUNDRIES. UBEFUL

No.

7th

TUESDAY, ».'

ORNAMENTS.

of

quality

te

on

BEDSTEADS,

BALE

at the

FURNTIURB,

have been favour»! from Mrs. JAMES HARBJ8 Without Reserve, the whuleof herfurslturs at her a» above, effects, residence,

by auction, kouacuuld

and

LARGE

,

Ktng

undoi-warrant

150 Morelicad-st, snd effects._

FEBRUARY

TUESDAY,

at 3 p.m.

6,

Temple-court,

LAUNDRY ACKMAN

elegant

LUXURIURIOUS EUGENIE BEDROOM LOUNGE, upholstered in French cretonne, stuffed with tho best curled hur-ehnir, modo by LA» SON and SONS STATE BEDSTEAD, made A MAONinCLN'T specially to order, with roassivo in England half-t«»tor, polished x bras* cxtendiug foot raU of elaborate design. Oft. Oin. with a French box mattress, tit. Oin furnished »pimg m tho very best curled horsehair, a upholstered heavily o of the best Java down top mattress ni ail kspok, with costly draperies and curand mounted bolster, silk damask tains in rich ruby Genoa figured attention ia directed lot *.* Special to this important and BRASS IIALP-TK8TBR ENAMELLED BLACK furnished woven-wire mattresses with

dis-

sell

e*n

THIS

"ITtTM.

Tomple.court,

fi

Pigs.

under to warrant No. 1 Victoria-terrace, premises, corner Campbell-street, Paddington, furniture and eflects._

will

Tv street), for rent, train Glenmore-road, Household

DRESDEN SEMI-GRAND ebonite case,

APPOINTMENTS

The

.

on

AND

and

A

including BEDROOM BUTTE in SOLED GBAND EXHIBITION finished, and cm ioliod withhold WALNUT, »uperbly of a VERY LARGE of great merit, earlings consisting with two bevclled and HANDSOME WARDROBE, with doors, and fitted trays, drawers, edged platc-glns» DllLSS aud drena MAGNIVICENI compartments; ING TABLE and WASnbTAND, pedestal cupboard, with in towel horse, and three choirs scats upholstered French cretonne wa» manufactured SUITE by %. This MAONICENT should command the JAMES LAWSON and SONS, and attention of ladies and requiring really high gentlemeu clasn bedroom furniture conMAGNIFICENT WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE, of handsome wardrobe, with two boiellod sisting Oft, and wash doora, table edgoplate-glass largo dressing chairs. towel and three stand, pedestal cupboard, rall, bold carv finished enriched with suite, *»* A splendidly

tcU

JH. sell

various

of

high-class instrument, %. An exceedingly recommeuded to intending purchasers.

tho

SAY,

Ltd., Tobacco

KITCHEN

HARRIS with instructions

FIRST-CLASS

beef

mutton._ and CO..

OLDbBROUGHrMORT, by

CHOICE MAGNIFICENT high!} -finished AbCHERBEHG.

at

»notion, THIS

Pyrmont,

of Tenterfield of Tenterfield

carcases

_200

by

sell

will

Mest

Ooos

superior Bedstead and Bad Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Couch, Children's Cot, «A,

Washbtauds,

ftc.

In nt 6th

M_A1~.

COUNTRY-KILLED HUDSON

W.

F

Carnets,

Overmantel,

PIANOFORTE.

FURNITURE, of the best quality, Eugenie

ding und

carved door panelled DESIGNED CABINET IN VERY Bl VUT1FULLY enuehments, exwith morqucterlo ROSEWOOD, finished and fitted with inlaid, superbly quisitely Ac. china cupboards, bet oiled-edged mirrors, WALL BRACKETS, TWO BOSEWOOD and INLAID

chiefly

Full in a future particulars iesue._ sell and CO. will by auction, Homebush Hale Yards THIS DAY, the bullocks, acoount J. C. Ryrio, Esq. acoountW. Ditchfield,JEsq._

BEDROOM

sell

comprising OVERBOSEWOOD AND MARQUETERIE beautivery MANTELS of extremely elegant design, workmanfinished m of the most delicate fully panels ship, and fitted with mirror», Are. boicllcd-odged CABINET IN A CHARMINGLYDESIGNED relieved finished and EBONITE, very beautifully with ornate carvings, and fitted with china cupboards, in bel oiled-edged tho back arranged panelled m'rror*, lined willi with »helles, and finished with cove top, embossed plush. DRAWING-ROOM in rich figured BUTTE, unholstorod and 2 of Couch, 2 Easy Chain silk damask, consisting Chairs, and 0 small Chairs. Gossip 8-bUAT OT10MAN IN EBONITE AND CENTRE FUAME. in rich crimson satin with GOLD upholstered borders black satin mirrors and Walnut Muslo Cabinet, with bevellcd-cdgcd

Park,

have

APPOINTMENTS,

DRAWING-BOOM

RECHERCHE

suitable ages, Including colts of the noted Snowbreeden.

and

colts

Brussels

DRAWING-ROOM FURNITURE, Bulto Uphohtercd in Tapestry, larg« se. aioaal OU Paintings, Tables,

TWO

of

horses,

M'Martin,

1).

ditto, ditto,

ditto,

the

a

o'clock,

Provisions,

Messrs

consumption

will aell by YARDS. TOat 2.90 p m, BROB., Cobbity,

Edensor

_300sheep,

the

IRON.md for

from

Esq.,

TUESDAY.

HORSES.

Camperdown

good

ditto,

instant,

Sydney

WAY and COMPANY, IMPORTERS of the LATEST NOVELTIES, PITT-STREET.

KISS

s^'romWUDPlc»_*ntîf*toPitt-st.

Mon-

TTTLTBARKER

When

POWDERS.

_

by DAY,

Smith,

near

_

8ydnsy.

FURNITURE,

PIANO, beselled drawers,

CHINA,

WALNUT BOOKCASE, four top with in ffiaas, the lower fitted panelled plate port doors, drawers and enclosed by panelled with four doors, manufactured and enriched with baldes superbly size Oft. tags, escritoire and cylinA GRAND BOOKCASE, fitted with der fall front. CLOCKS, with HANDSOME BLACK MARBLE chimes, the hour and half-hours. striking

auc-

soil

NOTICE,

FEBRUARY

For R. unbroken ßnowdcn

80

PIANO,

trlahe._

the of

IVTFÍANPA^rM

will THIS

THIS

~

BY

Also, OF comprising

Frames,

MAGOTFICENT

HARRIS,

JOSEPH tions

to

"*

QTEEDMAN'S ö

of

at

come»

-"TO

POWDERS

psokot.

W.

LEEDS and CO. sell by public auction

NEW

KISS

_

TOWDERS,

HEAT, FITS, FEVERISH &c CONVULSIONS, POWDERS. SOOTHING Chemist, STEHDMAN'S "JOHN 8TEEDMAN, is enWALWORTH, SURREY," the Government on stamp graved to each

LATE

SON

HORSES.

TUESDAY,

variety of fancy articles that limit to tile this Crochet. may be mado of of shades in the We have a beautiful range Twists" and the .'Brilliant "New Croohot Crochet Threads." And Moulds in all shapes. " of this pretty We have also specimens Nsw Work " on view.

to such

reliovo

and

CRANE, WM. CASTLEHEAOH-STRERT,

'

baa

ef/orres

-

THE

TO-MORROW,

and upstanding stylish direct from the blood,

mans

10 10 10

Continent. an old art 1« revived it is rarely that back to tin in tha form in exactly willoh we last knew it. Till» Is the aimrularly earn with MODERN CROCHET." The " New Rooooo or Modem Work, Crochet," moro of the naturo of gimp and partakes nnd, in order to gise the necespassementerie, mould« oro unod. Tho general sary firmae»", the moulds i« very method of cover.ng »implo, Htitch used the double the hoing ordinary The work is executed with tho crochet. Crochet Twist." Thi» i» Now very glossy, "

or

hot

state of the period

OF

CAMPERDOWN Fobruary 7th, M'INTOSH

Messrs. of Mr.

attractive

PRICE

ROCOCO WORE, or MODERN CROCHET," Latest in England and on Novelty

NEW

brother

TEETHINO. SOOTHING

STEI5DMAN'8

con-

lamp,

FIRST-CLASS

OF

SON

PRELIMINARY

at

of thing«,

heaps

tho

HORSES.

OUR ONLi ADDBESS ANTROisY HORDERN AND SON* 1 Ml PALACr ORIUM HA\ MARKET (ONLY) UNIVFRS iL Pi OVIDLRS CLOSE IO IHE RAILWAY STATION.

OVEB

-

and

FURNITURE,

relieved with ornate sizo Oft. carvings, fitted with FULL TELESCOPE D1NING-TABLE, patent screw and spare leaves, extending loft. Walnut DINING-ROOM A SUITE OF NINE Solid manufactured CHAIRS, with fine cano Scat«, specially climate. to suit tho Australian and MASSIVE OVERMANTEL, VERY HANDSOME nurrur» and boldly carved frame, with bevoUed-eagod side »halve». with

horses._

_20

KETTLE t and we li all bavo tea." on Polly put tho kottle and rePut on tho HAÏ F PRICE COI PI It KETTLE 2s Gd that its is member Dist it onl> cost} ou fivo capacity which and that it s Just hnlf tbo usual selling price ono of 15s If you bad preferred it, s ou has o lal Eints, might six pints for 3s 4¿d and wo wouldn t knuck off tbo half no not for Lord Jersey h inaelf No 8s 4Jd is ex penn) of GsOd and that s our usual rate for tho 0-pint ictlyhalf Kettle. oh ses were got sumo Copper BOILERS, BOILERS at HALF MARPrD PRICr HALI-MARKLD PRICE. and 2-gallon are 2s 9d That's Boilers, li-gallon Ss4jd until now wo never sold these half marked price btcauso 4s 9d and 5s Gd WocanoflYr articles under rospectisely MINLING KNIFF 4d worth and sou a useful for Is and some ROUND NET MEAT alwa;ssoldbyusat8d had sou to yestor SViLSforOd svhidi purchased prior cost Is Gd Wo ?uy we do it, and dav week, wouldha\o >ou thosiorld snd his wife know that we dodo it. Doesn tall

FÖTTDlSS;

YEARS. SOOTHING

STEEDMAN'S preserve

BAZAAR,

20 homes.

SECTION IRONMONGERY StCTION this List and a visit from ia cerFollow through you are useful COULL POPS at Is Id an 1 2s, tain Hero at ¿sod and 4s and a spcial line at ONE FCIIML lost «eck which sso aro not sure about SHIILlrsG quite being our is that it is rather less e-actlvhalf impression price irettj Js-PANNl D JUGS at Is, Then there aro somos try Strainers at Gd a-pteco both going far half samo t cgctablc sou to a Uno of HtKCULrS usual priées Or, what say NCE each and we bet they CORKSCREW S at THRLKP1 at than Gd elsewhere This is a aro not less prmurablo and for Caterers Gingcrbeer Sellers, good line Publicans, to stock a low price or for Householders others in a at la) Who ha-*n t knosvn what it to keep ano or two in rtsirve in tho house and not a is to have plents if bottled boor to aro MEAT 8Al corkscrew 1 o found t 1 hen there ES at Is at ¿s an 1 Us Holden Is 3d and (k1 sol 1 Ad usually Mop ith and at di and at Gd 1 Um, worth ßponbo Baskets now asked Ireoh a week ago at double tho figure selling All those and a lot more at Uill MARKED PRICF HALF MARKED PRICl' do with a GALVANISFD Scoop at Perhaps yon can 6d, which in a fow days must bo a Is or one or two DOUBLE, at 2s 9d and is 3d BANISTER Brusho that representa the figures named DINNER MAIS loss to us »f exact!) sear round except now at fla 9d are good for 7s od all tho word was and our sign mauual and if our not pledged of reduction we take leu affixed to the degrco wouldn't for »omo Wf KL KMri11 vS than HALF-A-CIIOWV we COPrLR KLl"i r 81 Who REIS now offtr for Is Jd t Does anyone «in« a COIT} R KET1LL say a COPPER

"T

USE

received

their

NOTICE.

INGLIS at

TUESDAY,

On account

rURNISHISG

_trained.

~*

hare

Brussels

which SON

SALEYARDS.

and

YARDS,

WILLIAM auction,

PRICE. in IRONMONGERY

FURNISHING

OUR

"

STEEDMAN'S FOR

brake

ARE PROPERTY

INGLIS

TUESDAY, AUCTION SALE

GEOKGE-STRËET.

TEETH. CUTTING SOOTHING

with

CORPORATION

CAMPERDOWN

at

numerous

Kra

S-T^fcToXSre-6ÖOTBING FOR CHILDREN

dogcart, a 4-wbeelcr

HOUSE

ka-

MIRRORS,

and Block-and-Gold &c, IKC.

SIDEBOARD,

DINING-ROOM

soma

at 12 o'clock,

tho Homebush Yards, 6, at usual hour. fat account A. cattle, Riser paddocks._

tion,

no

WINDS tho «yetem used up. quite

OVERMANTELS,

W-nut etc.,

and LIBRARY FURNITURE, manufactured LAWwas specially by JAMES urdcr in and SONS to Mrs. Wallace's BOLLO AMERICAN WALNUT, including in in fine solid Walnut, designed GRAND SIDEBOARD, every coavenience with and arranged'with proportions, utilltv, finished and the view to the utmost superbly "

cart.

WILLIAMat

!

something Let tbcro

EFFECTS

by NORTH-EAST by many, prostrating caused

and SON at by auction,

sell

WINDOW

HANDSOME

BUY

our

once

_

and

£2$,

INGLIS

including and

WALNUT

MASSIVE

VEHICLES.

ABOVE VEHICLES AND ARE THE CONSUL.

f

from and

for game, fish, and Price, gravy. colonial article, and classes since 1872.

DEPRESSING

tu

ccllarctte,

MAGNIFICENT BRUSSELS FIVE-FRAMED and designs, and In the latest colourings been laid down for Mrs. Wallace having months. hut three

_wn'nouT_RESERyE._

has not eeaso to act, »o that Nature The liver and stomaoh stimulant« are taken lost strength. Often to rostoro a chance actllke a flash, in the a hope to restore tone, but only with atomaeh must be restored to healthy pan. Thelivcr and and then perfect ABRAHAM'S PILLS, by taking taken. follow» all nourishment digestion are not an PILLS experiment. They have ABRAHAM'S and india for the 30 year«, in tho colonies been in use aft medical value has been attested by tho highest and their and testia« well as voluntary unimpeachable authorities, colonists who have of our Australian of thouaand» mony at tho Laboratory, used them. Prepared In boxes, and 6s. Bold everywhere. 1*2«,

Lipp, 290 Bourke-st.

¿Hfi, anïTïS. SM Bouikswfc, fiordos'«,

GLASS

COLLECTION

SPLENDID

from the Celebmtod principally MESSRS. MAMMATT and tion of which has not been in

UORSE8.

J.

TUESDAY, hood Victoria

8,4.

day,

tho Citron in tho South of Italy. It is the grown with tho hitherto ia comparison proand "Fruit Salt" manufactures. Wholesale and retail at u,"'vWA_HINGTON H. SOUL and CO.'S,

all

HANDSOME

AUCTION,

WALNUT

store during th» past few days was And so it something up as tbo people up by this have fully be a goldfield discovered and people »II and so the announcement of our from ports MARKED PRICE BALL HALl HALF MARKED PRICE SALE from all counter», tens of thouasnds parts to our brought from residents asking if and scores of letters country they townsfolk who are n* the spot to as well as the lucky choose, a and ohooso to their hearts content, might naso cut in arc welcomo And why not f Country mice quite to nibble same as mice. at our half pnoo the town bargains just And there aro is bargains-for all As the plent} -that, take their aro cut up and disappear so others places, goods and as fast M the fixtures aro through tho opera emptied of tho rattling trndo that is so aro the ation doing, gaps filled our reseñes up from OUR HAI F PRICE BARGAINS OUR HAU-P1UCL BARGAINS Ai-e all GOOD GOODS GOOD HOODS s stock and no There is no ref uso manufacturer shoddy árcenme do la creme useful bankrui t s rubbish lito) and sound ouest merchandise, paid for m good solid gold a bonboucho" for a brief ptn x1 offered juatbywayof

post.

RELISH,

affixed

casho___Iy__Botanyst,_Dhrst nr Oxford, ohcapojt, house for Pianos in Bydnoy

reliable

German Suoh

se-

Bourke.it,

ORDON'8,~29G best,

lorgost,

by

at 12 o'clock,

SON havo received to soil MARKS, Esq., by TO-MORROW, TUESDAY,

T.

TRADE

into popping conclude

Anyone

Prloe List (freo by post), and savo monoy. Retail Drug Btorein the World.

iSs

COLLARU

cash Esery PIANOS,~£4,

DAY,

and

from

HOMEBUSH PLL

1

of Windsor

Wive»

XNTHUSIASTIO

clog drink, Lemon families, of perfertion, of tho "Salino" u per bottle. 2i per

ORGANS.

prrr-sTREET __^_ or price», cash wholesale bast makers, C E Crampton 325 George st_ ancfCOLtARD Semi-grand PIANO,

white tono, touch, keys, poasrful perfect very £5 down £1 £18, terms danceroom piano, only splendid MoorePark month ESTLN6, 65 Botany street for Ôhoap PIANOS, Only e £24, £23 over doub makers £20, New, high-class At Russell s Botany to support elsewhere no landlords street, off Oxford-street, Darlinghurst _JOwn property )

Í30

ROLLARON,

THB MAKE, FRENCH

SONS,

(ONLY)

EXCELLENT

BE

Merry

at present

for the healthy, luxury or Invalids, is within for children box of Sea Salt, Clayton's largo

or indigestion Co.'s, Is box,

Largest

an

MUSIC,

INSTRUMENTS

T5H-0LASS-Pianos,

of Febru-

the Boara.

WILL -"

TAIN Paint.

Corn

Magic

PÖWUER7 aTao'Hcato TtALlAN_FRUÎT from «lightly aperient, produced

1853

ORGANS,

MUSICAL

Bbnisch,

this

The

and

iron

9th

AND

Ladios

meats, cold soup» is Stands unrivalled, of been on tho tables

THE

£8.

DIVIDEND.

THOMAS

A:

post.

by

AUSTRALIAN

SOUL'S

ducts «ice, Price.

Isstruaeati.

INGLIS

WILLIAM instructions

Seo.

HaberdaiUery, HORDERN

NTHONY

Wo

Original

BY

The whole of her HOUSEHOLD

MAGNIFICENT

received to sell

tojirdcr:_

CARRIAGE

TO-MORROW,

for LumTroubles.

HOME.-Thia

AT

BATH

A Jones's

SALE

ATTRACTIVE

WALNUT

SON have A. PARFITT,

Mr. J. THIS built

new,

8 FIRST-CLASS

veri

stages.'

FEW"DAYR

IN Dr.

by

a.m.

MAGNIFICENT

OPPORTUNITY._

removed the

;

11 o'clock

at

8,

SMALL

ABOVE ARE A REALLY FIRST-CLASS PAIR, AND ARE THOROUGHLY QUIET IN SINGLE AND DOUBLE HAVING BEEN DRIVEN HAKNE6S, REGULARLY IN THE CITY. PARTIES REQUIRING SUPERIOR PAIR OF HORSES SHOULD NOT A MISS THIS

1 Battersea

in bottles. Is, (ono teaspoon and

Rheumatio

;

SALE.

DAY, FEBRUARY

THE

1

disinfectant),

remedy

well-known and all por bótelo.

LINIMENT.-A

ASIATIC

TRO

bears' fat. and glossy.

long

AT

AUCTION

FURNITURE,

comprising and PINE CHESTS of DRAWERS, Combination and Portable; of CEDAR and PINE TOILETS, with Marble Tops HANDSOME CEDAR BOOKCASES, Doon, with Drawers and Cupboards: Plate-glass OFFICE TABLES »nd DESKS, TOILET TABLES. Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Pine Safes. Dressers, ELEGANT CEDAR and PINE BEDROOM BUTTES. Cedar and Pine Chiifunlcra, Cedar Chiffonier Safeu ^ DINING TABLES, and Double Singlo Washstands; LARGE CEDAR SIDEBOARDS, with Bevelled Plate-glass and fitted Backs, wRh Drawers, Collarettes, &o. PINK and CEDAR WARDROBES, with Bes ellcd Plate-glu» Boors.

DAY,

HIGHLY

auction, at their BAZAAR, at 12 o'clock. Pair black points, high-class bay carriage horses, with 16 over one bred Edw. if hands, by Mr. Whit«, Martindale.

COPPER

RUSSIAN

OIL, of Russian

Permanganate

X RAE,

CORNHII L-W and Agencies Zealand and New

Stusical

Sharov

on

the close on Thursday, in the afternoon. Melbourne, Queen-street, order

Od

and CO.'S aud purall iced

and

oil

or

of all descriptions therein or in transit and WOOL FROM SHEEP S BACK TO

WOOLSHEDS

from

WILLIAM instructions

_Seo

Haigh

RU8SELL'S

ia

Transfer-books at n o'clock ary, Dated at 89 1693, February,

and COMPANY'S, M'CLELLAND 04 and 06 KING-STREET. Inolud«

LC

Esq Bartin

and

BAZAAR,

I

Pitt-street.

CÀIÏT^

of Director».

DIVIDEND (the Í7Ü1) hereby gtvanthata has been and per share (£7500) Shilling Sixpence the 22nd on WEDNESDAY, day of payable of Australia in Meltbe Union Bank at 1693, Broken Fort Hill,-and Adelaide, Pirie, Sydney,

NOTICE

_

«Os

H

Rundle,

Secretary

|

¿"^

INSURANCES

MARINF

ALL

A. BIGGS, to the Board

COMPANY,

NOTICE

4 Hunter-st.

Is

SPEEDILY

INl'LUENZA,

nEAD,

**£*"_

000

fine

Bmdenfls

and

nil

CANTHARIDES QR_A_E*

TEETH.-Cherry

the me

ifFOR Oil

A SEA

and

BROKENHLLLPBOPROTÂRFBXOCit

WORTH._

Particular»

Tinley

tralia

B

"_..

post; öd by

Is

_

_T,__

Fares,

M

and

_838

HE

by

LOZENQES.-CLAYTON

strengthener reach of oil. only 2s 3d.

OFFICE, 70 LONDONMarino Branches

S.

Culls

__."_

V7

Thomas and

1.

,,"_..

__pïOOTv7S~SpeciarTrain

COMPANY

I

Knox,

Fire

is

of by them. proved By order of the Board. ST. JOHN Secretory Melbourne, 84 Queen-*troot, 27th January. 1893._

I

I

INSUBANOJJ

SILVER

and tho Directors' To receive and adopt Report Balance Sheet, and the Auditors' Report. dircotors in of Messrs. J, To elect two placo who retiro from Wheeler and F. V. Sanderson, and offor themselves for but are office, eligible, re.eleotiou. of Messrs. A. G. S. in 8. To ellet two Auditors place who retire, but and C. J. Richardson, Williams and offer themseh es for re-election. aro eligible, has business of which due notice To consider any «V to and sp been given the Board of Directors,

:

stop store-

PATCHES COVERED, by tho uso of

SNUFF.

Du-cctors Ja» Ewan, Lsq Chairman M L 0 Han J B B Dickinson J Esq J Cohen, Esq George

R Hil!

Hon T F

LONDON)

SHAREHOLDERS.

BUSINESS:

valued as under Offices and Banking

RICKARDS

HARRY

us

CO.'S COUGH LOZENGES, for and all bronchial coughs 9d per oox ; by post Is.

tivo

COLDS OUUJ»

DIGESTIVE

MEETING

2403 PRIZES

wdl and

most rotiablo for Lorcngos, the stomach. Od per Piico,

BARBAROSSA'S MOSAi

SYDNEY

Limited £500 Capital

(including to shinning

Limited.

that tho Ordinary Half-yearly hereby given be hold at Scott'« of the above Company will FRIDAY. 24th day of Melbourne, on Collins-street, Hotel, o'clock in the afternoon. p.m., February, 1803, at 2.80 NOTICE

LINCTUS chemists

all

Is Cd Conquest'», and Pennyroyal, 2» Od by post,

MOUSTACHES DUCED, and

and

_W

UNITED

THIS

BY

BALE

FAIRS

Furnishing. Country Buyers, and the Public Generally.

DOGCART.

INGLIS

dogcart,

FORTl

OUR

CURED Sugar-coated CONSTIPATION by Dr. Warner's prepared from tho Compound Castor Oil Pills, 1» per and tasteless Castor Oil. Price, pure box by post.

CLAYTON

THFSE COMPANIES, with their 'arge SUBSCRIBED and PAID UP CAPITALS and ACCCMULAPLI) riJNDS tbatcanbe advantage m an ominent dc^rto esery present es desirous of offecling inb) part contemplated surance» uro und mnr no los.es against the IllLMtUMaul The RAT! Sif COSnniOhfiof will bo foun 1 to ho LIBERAL rOUCIES to tho as- urcd JAb ANDERSON Manager GORDON DIXON Secretary

qriHE

sell by follow-

""~"

CEDAR

ACKM.AN

tho

BALE._

FEBRÛÂRTï; in the aiteme-u

SUPERIOR COLONIAL-MADE

CONTINUE

at THIS

BTREET,

the

MARoT FE&

7th

2 o'clock

EXTENSIVE

WAVERLEY.

HKUI-CLÀSS

light

Send for

HILL SOUTH Limited. COMPANY,

Mr

Plan of Reserved Priées-2s Is, Sixpence and oo's Paling -NINE FOUIT"HÜSE THOUSAND DREDAND SEKT! FOUNDS WORTH FOB «. Column Amusement

American

Thompson's

"

MEAKS. expressed the pure hair makes the it 2s 6d. Price,

LoriJ Board of Direction SM11H Chauman HLRRING * Co),Ltd (Goldsbrough Mort, Ltd B ION*H Joan andDeilin) (Harrison M L A and C« j W M MU LAV (A M Arthur H K MAXW» LL (Caird, Maxwell and Co ) A ROBEK1 RIUIARD8 and Sons) Ron E VICKERY, M L C (E 'S iokory

FIRE

of this ComGeneral Ordinary MEETINGJannnal) the 14th will take on TUESDAY, February, placo 31 Quocn-streot, Melbourne at the Registered Office, 4 p.m. floor), at (Oth Business and Balance-sheet, and To receive Directors' Report Directors and tho same: to elect to pass for ro-election¡ who offer themsolvcs Auditors Directors othor business the may and for any bat been or of which due notice forward, bring Riven. 1893. Dated at Melbourne this 3rd February, H. B. NICHOLLS, Secretary.

BROKEN

Dr.

£5,000,000.

Piri-SXRLEr

instructions at their

_Villago

,

CHARLrS

Manager

The

_^^__

other

PAIN-KILLING CREAM is the host Colds and Coughs, and assistant in removing nttaoks of rhoumatism or recent pain for or it is almost bruise», sprains, lumbago from miraculous lu its curative powers. Is.

ALLIANCF ASSURANCE COMPANY BUB CAPITAL,

.Limited

:

of Parliament.

all

MATCHLESS

THE

MARINE

MARLND

9<

"SlLVER-MmiN"G~CO"S:

PANY, TO

streots,

________

M.L.A.! WOOD,

of

COMPANY,

Hunter 1693.

and Seo

LONDON

and ASSURANCE

pany 1693,

in the BUILDING

according

8rd January,

DREAM

NOTICE PROPERTY

FREEHOLD DISTRIBUTION amongst SHAREHOLDERS

EQUITABLE

DAY

£1.

SR

Mc

and

and

visit W. H. SOUL -OnHot Day» cool and largo drug »tore beautifully chase (ad) a delicious thirst-quencherfruit extracta. 158 and Í0M Pitt-street.

LADffifi.

BALD

Limited.

.

Goorgo

6ydney,

THE

end

list.

COUGH Sold by

Price,

WHISKERS Wi"

Sydney

Half given that the Forty-fourth hereby Shareholders of this MEETING of the General yearly bo held at the will Company's Head Offices, on company and Hunter stroets. Svdney, Georgo United-chambers, dar of FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY, the eighth 1893, at to to noon, receive the Directors' Report and Balance-sheet other business .Mst Dccomber, 1892, and to transact any boforc the meeting in conformity with that be may brought Deed of Settlement. the of Directors. By Order of the Board JOHN B. C. MILES,

at NOON.

kind

every

Binders, rice

I

btcel Warner'« Dr. Westcott'«, post; by post.

Secretary.

DAY

CAN

YOU

Dr.

ASSURANCE COMPANIES

GENFRAL

is

United-chambers, STARTS

MATCH

the

(medicinal) of every maker.

and

Sheet«, Ladies,

FEMALES.-Dr.

FOB

EXTRACT

18SS.

Australian i Union

_THOS.

BUCCES8

I

Secretary.

ELEVEN.

METROPOLITAN

for

in tho murder" of Flies, tho and "big, big B'»," Wo »end by post for which will kill a million of one box of Clayton'a bc»t Inflies. Al*o, large Powder, sect-killing by post, tor la la Od, and Powder for 8d. ono box Cockroach-killing

Manager

LLIANOE

_

_

NOTICE

SEALF,,

of

MURDER l8 NOT Cockroaches, Ants, insect vermin. other Papers, gd, 12 Fly

E C.

North South Wale«

Georgo-stroct for New Q iccnsland

AUCTION,

TUESDAY,

at half-past

have instrucreceived the ABOVE SALE BY AUCTION NEW MART, 199 PITT 8th FEBRUARY, at 11 s-m.

and

AT

_TERMS

4to.

¿o.,

and Gentlemen Warehousemen,

TERMS

will SON DAY,

THIS

VILLAGE

WILLIAM

Rickards.

Harry

1

'

FOOD

COLTSFOOT Is.

Offices-Leichhardt Newtown PeterCity and Suburban Mame.» Ule sham 144 Pitt-street St Petera Kogarah, South Southern Branch-557 George-street at Bath Broken BRANCHES also irst, Hill, Albur), Tcril Cootamundra, Corowa, Dubbo Grenfell Howlong, Narrabri Newdenn Maitland Muswellbrook Mulwala Tamworth castle Orange Bih orton Stroid Vagg» in New South loung and Wallsend Wauga Goulburn South Australia, Wales and also in Victoria, Queensland, Tasmanui and New Zeulan 1 AGLN18 and Corrcspon lents in tho United Kingdom, and tho Last the united States India andl'uropc allow« interest on for fixed The Bank diposlt* periods, nil URIUII banking, business and also tranpactd is in tho colonies to which A SHARE RLGlolLR kept tho can be transferred without shares on English register

LEAGUE.-i

have given notice of Tho following qualified shareholders for election o» Dücctors:A. WALKER, thoir intention TnOS. CARTER, J. o! J. Esq.! Esq.! MUNRO, Esq.: Tlicro more 1'URVES, J. o. BEARE, Esq. being Esq.; ballot ho taken. than the number roiuired a will Chairman. J. n. BEAMER, LUTTON, Secretary.

the

KUCII races, Rules.

RETAIL. article requisite

list.

See

Ladies Furniture

10 sharp.

and

Bazaar,

ABOVE

Next,

1

BREAD and tho LIGHT PASTRY, use SOYER'S Club) celebrated A. (of tho Reform or YEAbT BAKING POWDER, warranted alum or any other dclctcrloui nrticlo. f leo from Sold by all Price, Cd per tin. storekeeper».

MAKE

it

Thrcadnoodlo-strcct,

_

(I,

horso

STREETS Mr

at

Beata

nurses.

INVALIDS' maker.

TOWELS, for

183S.

Charter,

Royal

Sydney Brauch-25J MoCRAE, Inspector

G

AMES

'

second

or

doctors,

goods

KILLING London

Balance-sheets 81,1802. MACKF.NZIE WALKER. in lieu

YORK

Mannger

Drapery,

keepers.

JACOMBS

¡

;

50 s-urds. furlongs 70 BOSS.; WELTER HANDICAP, 1 milo irom 100 yards. prize ;

AND

STRENGTH.-Wines Tonics of all kinds,

SANITARY

Manager.__

Incorporated

BAUTELLE,

: Business and receive tho Directors' Report for tho half December year ended elcctfour Directors in lieu of N. J. Mo<8rs. BEARE, (deceased), Auditors THOMPSON, aud two Messrs, and FEELL.

;

;

4c. SOUfiaña COT, DRUG IMPORTERS,

list.

COUGH

Junol

S.

and

UNPRECEDENTED

AUSTRALASIA

OF

their

AND

'

BAÜAAR,

HORSE

INGLIS

NEW

Million

Chomicals,

ROO.M.-Every

AND

GIVING

FOR

_General ANK

General Half-yearly Thirty-fourth Ordinary bo of bharelioldcrs of tho abovo company will Carrincton Sydncr. held in tho Hall, Castlereagh-strcet, THIS (Monday) EVENING, February 6th, 1893, at 7.30

;

and

rould at There found out there rush

LESLLi PROGRAMME. 2 milos. HURDLE RACE, a handicap GO BOSS. second horso 10 sovs. FLYING HANDICAP, 70 sovs. 6 from prize furlong*. for all horses which PARK STAKES, n lmndieap BO sovs., value of 45 have never svon an advertised prize of tho POS'H. at the timo of running G furlongs. second horso FEBRUARY HANDICAP, 75 sovs. 10 sovs. ; milo. from pri^o 1J BELLING RA<"E, 76 BOVS. allowances w.f.a., selling

7th._

article for the Toilet, inrequisite cluding Hair Dyes. Hair Restorers, Complexion and Skin Boautiner* of every Powders, kind. Grease Paints, Brushos, Combs, Sponges for seo which list, post fies.

;

The MEETING '

Mth.

Sydnoy.

Cal»

Ball,

KING and

tie

may

AND HIS NEW COMPANY TIVOLI MINSTRELS and SIECIALTY on The New Programme presented to our Saturpatrons and was received with screams of laughter night and tumultuous anthusiastio applause by a delighted audience HOUSE CRAMHFD PACKFD, JAMMED When the Popular Actor, Vocalist, Mr Harry Rickards, on tho stage he was with an ovation and appeared greeted the audience would not be satisfied until he had appeared six times »th LAST WEEK, AND POSITIVELY WEEK, of THE TA-RA-RA LAMENT, 8, by our 8 Lad} High Kickers and our Artists 40 40 Brilliant

LADIES.-Every

;

PROTESTANT'IIALL

RACES.

his

Colonies and New and tho East,

Bank

Limited. NEWSOUTH'WALES COMPANY,

1803.

l8,

&

BBOAD-STREET.

India, United

To

HARRIS tions to

half-past

PEDESTAL

BUTTES,

etc.,

to w11 instructions Pitt and Castlereuh jo'clock, 1 set of lum»»»,

10 o'clock, half-past and harness horses, and harness. tipdrays, At 12 o'clock, mares and gelding» Superior draught Well-bred saddle and harness horse» Van, 'bus, and raddle horses.

:

allows interest on fixed collects for doposits dividends of publio and interest customers companies, behalf debentures; and invests on their in on money scouritios in tho Colonies or Great Britain underpublio the of other circular takes Banks; issues drafts, Agency and letters of and conducts all notes, credit; customary BankingBankbusiness. also issues Circular Notes in sums of «10 or The on tho continent» of Europe and America, «20, negotiable and the East or in India GEORGE MILLER,

and friends will be held at MEETING of member! on WEDGarrard and Hamilton's Room, 76 Pitt-street, invited. cordially NESDAY, 8th Feb., at 8 p.m. The public

See._

SATURDAY,

THE

it«

Sydnoy OF~NEW

SOCIETY

.._

J^IANTERBURY

107 Pitt-st.,

WHOLESALE

INFANTS'

;

at

at

DINTNO-BOOM

WALNUT

HARNESS.

Bazaar.

BON'S

DAY,

WILLIAM at auction,

day

PROGRAMME. be open on Feb. Next,

H

|

OFFICE-OLD

LONDON

WALES

MEETING m the

SUFFRAGE WOMANHOOD

NIGHT.

R

T

is

Australian With Branches in all the in Tasmania, Zealand and Agencies the United Homburg, and the States,

and

THIS

i

ALLIANCE

BE HELD TO-NIGHT AND

A

MEDICINE and PATENT «oven 160 PITT-STREET, door« from KIng-strcot, doors from and 208 Pitt-street, four Park-street. to his Excellency Lord Druggists, by appointment, and Government House. Carrington

e\cry

B

oonveno

INGLIS

PAIR

President. Esq., Charles Smith, Esq. Robert C. Close, Esq.

I

atjthe

_On

auction,

DATE.-MÜ8IO.-BRUCB

MTASHINGTON 168,

1,250,000

...

and

received Bazaar,

view

ADVANCE._ H OUSE,

A

SUCCESS

Directors:

Boyd H Chapnuus Donagh, M D

(8d)

E.

WEDNESDAY TAYLOR.

TO

patients,

Capitol. Fund.1,000,000

BOX PLAN AT NICHOLSON'S, Circle and Reserved Stall seat» secured for SIX NIOHT8 IN

I

FEBBUABY

SPECIAL will Plan MORNING

Medical,

.«3,000,000

Capital

opon.

-mi-E

MASSEY,

1817.

OFFICE-GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY.

Paid-up Reservo

UP

USIO

II

FOR

Authorised

Cecil Darley H C Frazer W Polie Hugh H Lusk L Lewis Bo tt B Harnett, junior Daniel O Connor Donovan Dr H Pcato W 6 Ackmon

Henry

Dress

10 HALF-PRICE. now

M

GREAT

"

:

«hera

Bolo Proprietor

AFTERNOON,

WALES.

SOUTH

has

At

8th, will at 10 o'clock.

Mr. ROBERT COURTNETDGE has the honour to announce COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT

lir VI,

BICYCLE RACES WILL

ETJ

0

Secretary.

BRIDGE PONY AND

H.

OF

'

Admission

passengers. lud and 3s.

Y

leave)

transacted.

Established

1LLLE

E

ANK

BUSINESS tho of the statement showing position «ociety, with tho for and in accordance requisition tho purpose of dealing with the ropoi t of minutes at meeting) of the council meetings (read general of December 7th and 15th

A

CLUB.

O'DONNELL,

Hauland Cyril R Harnett, seo T F Thoropsrn John Watson F Kirkpatrick H C Alderman

SOUTH

MONDAY MONDAY.

12.25,

;

Railway

;

_J.

L a

General EVENINa

Special be held THIS at 7 30 p m

PERRY.

GALLOWAY

agents. business

GAB

KISS

FEBRUARY

performance terminate

and

UNDER Plan

"

Harnett

_Secretary. nnd

M

Dangar,

A

Oth instant.

Munday,

"

THE HORTICULTURAL

THIS

Mooting

for

PRIVATE

London,

am,

the AUCTION

SELL

NEW TUESDAY tile

on

Draughtsprlngcarts, horses,

u

_Mayorof

OLTTBl

S

late

over

on

19,188S._

SYDNEY

Town Hall, George-street, 6jdne¡, rcbruory Gentlemen I hereby In response to the above requisition, at the Town Public to bo held MEETING, 10th February, at 8 p m FRIDAY, MANNING. W P

Social, do Paul

Tomplc, February 7.

rpATTERSALL' DAY,

a-ra.

10

p.m. to be forgotten, tho recollection of a lifetime. NEW PROGRAMME, NEW EFFECTS. "ON GUARD" SHOOTING SPECTACLE, and real soldiers, nuns, nurses, anbulance in full attendance on tho BATTLEFIELD. LECTURES and BAND at all times. Is; Gd. Admission, Children,

Never

A

10

CHILDREN

for N.B. W. Inspector Uu'of Inspector and Chief Olnosr Ûuecnalsnd.

.Chief

Lodge

only._

GEORGE by auction,

PITT-STREET, RUARY, at 11 o.m.

CYLINDER-FALL WRITING TABLES, CHARMING AND OVERMANTELS MIRRORS, DRAWING-ROOM MAGNIFICENT SUITES, MUSIC CABINETS. DRAWING-ROOM BEAUTIFUL CABINETS, WALNUT CARD TABLES, BEDROOM MAGNIFICENT SUITES, in BATES and WALNUT, WALNUT, ASH, AMERICAN BREAK-FRONT WARDROBES. WALNUT WHATNOTS. WALNUT MAHOGANY DRESSING and CHESTS,

ing:

NIGHT

NEXT,

when the 7 o'clock

at

Manager.

Denham .Acting P. Abbott.Inspector

able by designated All usual banking January

WILLIAM of

,

A C Forsyth Brown Stepnen John Plummer Alderman M Simmonds Thomas Tox A Carroll Cowlishaw Brea 3,1893 6} dnty, lebruary

CYCLORAMA. Railway.

opposite to

city,

New-

Assembly,

,

611 George-st.

WORSHIPFUL J P, MAYOR-

Lap,

L Hoydon.MLC M LA. Tom Hassall, R B Cameron J C Rounding William Henderson Elliott Bros JCW Nicholson B F Marka P 1 Martsch Thomas Alderman Playfair

Masque-

Australia),

C F

L

GETTYSBURG

begin

Bankers: Provincial Bank of England, Limited. National in the in New Branches and Agencies leading towns and Queensland. and Correspondents South Wales Agents colonie» and New and ia all in all the Australian Zealand, of Europe, and the cities Asia, America, upon principal and circular are whom circular letters notes issued, negoti-

Rodd,

H

speciality.

"The in

in their Week.' entitled Louder

songs

entitled

HASTINGS

HE

Acting

MASSIVE

warehouse

or

HACK.

Vans,

RIDING-HOOD.

JUVENILE

WEDNESDAY Esq.,

-

FORTESCUE FORTESCUE "For

the

introducing

~

King Bovi»

SISTERS. GEO. K. VIOLA-

_

THE TOTTTB LOTTIE

m

'

entitled

sketch RIVAL

Glass, So. comet,

2 violin»,

*

Pope Millie Herberte

Mr. W. Charlie

Night"

7

RED

SPECIAL

Manager (absent General Manager

gelding, any fair trial. FIRST-CLASS

MACQUARIE,

will

at

embracing

KISS ha» received instructions from at the Esq., to sell by auction, Bazaar, Pitt and at Castlereagh streets, TO-MORROW, Tuesday, IS o'clock, Chestnut dam by Wyndham; gelding by Glen Alvon, and ha» baan usad aa a quiet to trams, charter

1«.

the day at Moss's Theatre. the Theatre. 5, at

THEATRE.

Box

Citticnsand Colonista of New South the undersigned that be pleased to convene at an yon will request of Sydney, to con date a MEETING of the Citiiena earl} the services Bid»r the most of recognising appropriate way on of Hi« the Earl of Jersey, his retirement Excellency from the Government of the colony Edward Knox, M L 0 G B Bimpson, M L C. «lonn oee, A. Edmund F A Wright, M L A Barton M I*A William John Lyne, M L.A W M M LA Willis, M L C G D M LA REO Connor, Fitzgerald, James M L.A. T M Slattery, M LA Torpy, M L C. John M LA Alban J Gillies, Riley, Reid, ML. A M LO G H Gorge Thornton, M.LA John Smith, M La G F Hutchinson, M L.A Harman M L.C. B Barbour, Tarrant, F Gidley M LO John Kirkpatrick, M L A King, John M Creed, M.LC M L A Bydney Burdekin, P L C Shepherd, M LC Cntchott Walker C M G It. Burdett C M G, E M G Eddy, Commissioner Smith, MLC W C Wall J T Wilshire Samuel Charles, M L.C Charles F T Huuphery, M LO Cowper Meek« Edward Greville M.L.C A W Alexander W H M LC Syria Pigott, W J M L.C. H E Rae Trickett, Soward E Webb, MLC W and Parres John Lucas, M LC Batt

...

(By Jack's Massa's

OBUS

TUESDAY

We, Wales

...

Miss

P

General

...

Basaar, at 12 o'clock. suitable for van

Monday,

GEORGE W. Holmes,

CIrelo and Reserve Front Seats and

P~WR

W. A Hon. Long, M.L.C. Louis Phillips, Esq. Chas. H. Myles, Esq.

I

v

ASSEMBLIES!

"Bead's

A

THE RIGHT MANNING,

IO

".Charlie

Carlyle,

«523,3711

"

Eltrabeth, Liverpool-street, At SurrcyviUo Academy, WEDNESDAY every

11

_Meeting«._

"

Fusiliers"...

Y

.

Bundle,

G. Blaxland.

Gregory

HEAD

"

Comic-"

Lodge.

Artists)

WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Part I.-MINSTRELSY. Berenaders .Tho Company Mr. W. Ryan Bong-"Kathleen my Darling Witl Bovi« Comic-" Swim out for Olory" on th* Hearth" Miss Tossio Cleveland Cricket Bong-"The Sea" Mr. A. W, Huhne Song-" Over the Rolling Children" Basles Comió-"Shoutout Little Irving Diver".Mr. V. Woods

Bong-"My

Barton

Henry

CHOWDER

THIS

Bong;-"The Comio-" Koep a'moving Bong-" The 7th Royal

Adams

Barton Cha«.

PROMENADE CONCERTS and Evening W anted, first evoty Sunday Afternoon class Vocalists of all descriptions Apply b} letter (with Chowder Arbitration-st. terms), A Thompson, B Of.

SISTERS,

RIVAL

Overture-"

Francis

a

BAY

FORTESCUE

and Miss VIOLA FORTESCUE Comedy and Burlesque greatest sketch entitled in a pleasing

Lucas,

Murray.

on

TheHon.JeremiahB.

University,

Still DANCING 11, band,

ever.

for

to

8

opposite

-Mr

YEAR,

~

Minstrel

OUR EIGHTH WE LEAD. and go, but wa go on

1

Sydney.

Chairman M.L.C., A. Murray, George Esq. Walter Friend, Esq.

SMITH'S

DANCING.-Prof. ntl O O F Temple, o\cry town

POPULT.

YEAR. AND bTILL

BANK.

PRICES OF ADMISSION.-Dress 5»; Stalls, Ss; Stalls, Family Circle, Door», Early 2«: Ordinary Admission, Ticket« can bo purchased during 228 Fitt-atrcct, near the Tobacconist's, 10 BOX TLAN from till open daily,

LITTLE "

Offlce!

.

VOX EIGHTH

Beattie, and Walker,

the

from

Dealers,

ACKMAN

100

Ex

..

_

.Mr.

.Mr.

Barrington Lockhoad S. Neill

,_

OUR

Bentley, Walhalls»,

Tinnio, Lee, and Conyer*.

"

H. R. A.

11.

185.1.

Directors:

Scholer WEEK

LAST

STOCK

.

Head

___

HAYMARKET. Mr.

GORDON.

...

Manager A T R £

Acting H E

'*

MUSIC

and

by

DAY,

cart;

Mf

T

M'LACHLAN,

Manager.

JOINT

Incorporated by Act of Council, ."thnrised *..«1,000,000 .£701,037

"

ALHAMBRA GEORGE-STREET, Treasurer

AUSTRALIAN .1

HER, FEBRUARY

Companies._

s

MORE GOIDEN OPINIONS Another testified with loud acclaim delighted assemblage the general excellence of the production OF OUBNEW PROGRAMME. which received a shouted welcome from Saturday night brilliant audience NEW OUR SUCCESSES. The Female National Guards. Misa WEBSlEll 8 »nperb of singing The Angel at tho Window,r Miss MAY HABGOOD S grand fantasia oa "American and Airs," Ascher « Alice OUR QUADRUPLE SOCIETY SKIRT DANCE, »a, to and le. Box Plan Nicholson'» Admission, Ss, 2s, THOS and Manager P HUDSON, Proprietor

Ammienents.

Bolo Lessee and Musical Director

IHE

T

Hotel and Australia. doora at «65 Early open 7 16, com ordinary admission, terminates 10 15

,

to

1893.

February,

Learoor, Bubery,

Wilde,

_;_Box

Secretary. 4th

Sydney,

_Public

Cast

of

Commissioners. H.

COMMENCING

BYWAYS

Selected

AGAINST NEXT,

wiU

available

9,

and

Specially

WORLD SATURDAY

-

ARK

G

commencing duo by train

stations, and «terminating-

7,

extra) 7 15,

menee

_JP

at

KIAMA

to

intermediate

February

Tuesday, Kiama 12.00

and

SHOW,

1893.

TICKETS

and

Sydney

on

HIGHWAYS GOBDON

Plan at as usual

Prices

DAY BY DAY

_

ERRY

GEO

by

A Powerful Box

terminating 11.80 a.m. up till for return until

mundra

B

DAY LONDON DAY

Cootamundra

Febcommencing on TUESDAY, by trains timed to arrive at Cootaon THURSDAY, Fobruary 9, 11. SATURDAY, February and THURSDAY, February 8 and 6, Train will lcavo Gundagai at 10.15

lines,

and

7,

to

and intermediate

Albury,

THE LONDON'S

TICKETS

nt Sydney,

GOATCHES

by

Charoctera Haslem, Courtncidge. The Watson, Harvey,

MESDAMES

BOYLE. PBTLLDP8.

fort.

RACES,

1893.

FEBRUARY,

EXCURSION

bo issued

ruary

8th

_

will

and

BERT

LOVELL

by

SCENERY

I

MESSRS.

Messrs. n0WE and BAKER havo much ia their numeróos friends pleasure informing and of tho drama that havo selected tho patrona they following Artistes for their Drarontio popular forthcoming SEASON Hodson, :-Messrs. Howo, Baker, Flimmer, Overton, Leston, Mesdames England. Manning, Glyn. Can. and Roche Molyneux, Bland, Glyn, Anstead, Eldon,

play DAY

BY

NIGHTS

ROYAL.

-

8th

be

T

in

LONDON PAY

SECOND-CLASS.

6d;

1«._ E

HEATH

by

Written Muslo

THIS Chestnut

W~PÏNER0'S

"

LABT

at

»eil

Landed

to instruction» Pitt and Castlereagh

received

-and

HARRIS BY AUCTION,

order.

.

train.

p.m. 10s

OOTAMUNDRA

a.m

DAY BY DAY

7 IS,

_;_

c

a

LONDON

Lender

GEORGE by auction,

DELIGHT.

A LATEST GREATEST AND LONDON SUCCESS, THE TIMES THE TIMES " hut I wish of I don't to great to »peak aspire things, and of mean with with (neat things gratitude, thing» indignation THF TIMES THE TIMES at Torry s, (as played London) At present witii enormous success running throughout Great Britain and America Mr Oates Denham, Viscount Lurgsahall Hon Mr Tithcradga Montague Trimble M P Mr Percy Egcrton-Bompaa, Brough Howard nil« Son) Mr Ward Mr Boucicault Timothy M Shane, MP Jolf MrUIntvro (a ben ant) Miss Brenton Countess of Bipstow Mrs Mrs Egerton Brough Bompas Miss Gibson Beryl (her Daughter) Miss Maggie Moora Mrs Hooley (a Widow) (specially engaged) Miss Honoria Temple (her Daughter)

the Wicked Baron tho Naughty Wolf.

has

OVERMANTELS, «c.,4to. ia excellent

HERRINGS.

Storekeepers,

_

Sydney by tho 7.28 FIRST-OLASS,

EVERY EVENING at Mr GEO RIGNOLD in conjunction with Miss KATE BISHOP aud Mr LIONEL RIGNOLD

DAY

,

RIGNOLD as

KISS

BUPERB

the Importers.

Half-barrels

Grocers,

am.

AUCTION.

,.

the

LIONEL

the Jew Money Ascalon, (his original character)

Saturday Night APPROVAL and DEMONSTRATIVE

To

from

BY

,

GORDON will take the passengers right np there in time with to Windsor, arriving to connect 7.27 p.m. train for Sydney samo day. On WEDNESDAY, 8th February, the steamer will moko from WINDSOR atrip to HAWKESBURY, at leaving arrival of the 0.15 a.m. 10.54 a.m., on train from Sydney, to allow of passengers rereaching Hawkesbury in timo river

Mr

Barry

with

on

250

HORSE.

ACTrVEHARNEflS

streets,

HARLEQUIN BOY BLUE, or

and

forage._

instructions

at 11

7,

BALE

,

s.s

SUCCESS of

by

acts,

PINERO

POSITIVE

Under

AUCTION.

BY

FEBRUARY

TUESDAY, FOR

a.m.

11

?

a.m.

the

GENERAL

8s6d.

Flayed

received BNTHU6IAS1IC

W

SALE

at

_

8.25

BRILLIANT

arrangement

original

CONTINUATION

PITT-STREET.

199 6,

_

DAY BY DAY LONDON DAY BY DAY LONDON DAY BY

AND

RED BED BED RED RED BED

1251 nights in London and the English Province«, and received with enthusiasm. everywhere SATURDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 11, Tho Great Sensational Drama. THE WORLD AGAINST HEB. BOX OFFICE OPEN ntthe THEATRE DAILY, from and at the AUSTRALIA HOTEL. IO till 6. STALLS and FAMILY CIRCLE Tickets may be bad at any timo at M'lCny*«, streets. King and Castlereagh Doora at 7. Comnicnoe at 8 sharp. open Carriages 10.45. Children in arma not admitted. PRICES-S», 8s, 2», and

Delightful SHOULD

LONDON

BETWEEN SYDNEY WINDSOR, on TUESDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. EXCURSIONISTS can lease Sydney by tho and 0 a.m. and on arrival at Hawkesbury trains,

to turning FARES:

By

attracting HOUSES NIGHTLY. Touches of Character. BE SEEN BY EVERYBODY.

CROWDED

LITTLE RIDING HOOD BIDING HOOD RIDING-HOOD RIDING HOOD RIDING HOOD RIDING HOOD and

Comedy

UNCLES AND AUNTS. Everard and E. Lestocq. with Mr. W. J. HOLLOWAY.

W.

By

as

A

AUNTS

staged,

OröüMAVNATÜBB,

FÜLL

in Australia.

SUCCESS

FEBRUARY

of

been

have

favoured

from A. W. HOLT, Esq., at bis residence, b) auction, POINT, the whole of his

to conEAST-

__

_._^^ TRIP

ROUND

AND

produoed

TTMES, Comedy in four

MART,

DAY,

THIS

__

at of

day

UNCLES

THE

AUCTION

NEW

THE

'

arrive on

«uparbly

FLAT,

the

PANTOMIMB

AT

HARNESS.

will

DAY,

."

to

return

MAGNIFICENT

ever

Mayne.

Ms.

Manager

and

aeU by auction, at the at 11 o'clock, All not specially advertised. And at 12 o'clock. All lot» advertised. specially Sale» at the Bazaar and at Camperdown Regular daily, cr alaewhere any afternoon. LIVERY.-In this moderate and dspartment ehsrgas best of

BOUCICAULT

i

timed for

A

DAY BY DAY LONDON DAY BY DAY

will Liverpool and intermediate

available

RECORD

SUCCESS BRILLIANT Celebrated

of the

LONDON

of SUCCESSFUL

VEHICLES,

GEORGE Bazaar, THIS lots

Managers

_

at

NIGHTS MOST

BRILLIANT

General

...

8,

8UCCESSK»

li

a.m., Granville

at FIVE

noRBES,

KISS

Bole Lessees and BROUGH and Mr

Mr

_

at

to

Cabramatta, by trains

p.m.,

Acting THIS EVENING, NIGHT'S LAST

UVE

THEATRE.

BITEBION

o

.

Sydney, February, 2.82

Bailey.

'

*

___

at 6th

on

Liverpool up to Issue only.

:

_

issued

stations

calling

TICKETS

GREATEST ON

Sydney

p.m.,

THE

between Park and Markot streets. Bolo Lessee« nnd Managers WILLIAMSON and GEO. MUBGROVE. and Treasurer Geo. L. Goodman, Manager J, C.

_..

5.45

07

THEATRE.

LYCEUM

_

bo

leave

ONE

ROYAL.

Pitt-street,

LAST

calling

B

Me«««.

Liverpool

p.m.,

R

_

at

T

_

Liverpool

journeys. HOLIDAY EXCURSION

for

Sydney

at 6.0 Liverpool both journeys.

will

À

_

from

returning on both

HORSES

E

Haalitt

^_

FOR

H

T

Rign

_

A TRAIN

on

,.

Geo J W a R.

1803.

leave

from returning and Gmnvillo

p.m., Strathfield

Mr Mr Mr

,

_

at 12.25 at

will

and Mariafor

-

TRAIN

Lease«

Btage Manager Treasurer

RACES.

PONY FEBRUARY,

Oth SPECIAL

Bole

_

rVERPOOL A

THEAT

HE

Ballway».

f_§!§g£3§

_

Government

HOUSEHOLD «th

FEBRUARY,

at CATALOGUES obtainable *.* Auctioneers, 100 Pitt-street. V VIEW DAY, WEDNESDAY, fron 10 o'eloek a.m. to 6 e'alouk p.m.

B

FTJRNITÜBB, at the 8th

11a.m. Offices

of

the

FBBBUABY,

M

Agent»,

I

National Library of Australia

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page1374188

m

GOOD SOIL.

and SEASONABLE LINES, and Austral, Port Melbourne of consisting satin Golosh, leather Una Gent's Kid Balmorals, 6-10 Gent'a Levants Balmorals, rivets, 5-10 Gent's Balmorals, Kid-leg Gent's E.S., 6-10 Kid-leg on Women's E.S., glacé, seam toe, 8-7 Women's E.S., gtact?, vamps to toe, 8-7 Women's Levant, and seam vamp Women's E.S. vamp, 8-7 Olovo-kld, and Balmoral, 6-7 Glace Button Girls' Lovant E.8., 7-10,11-1 Girls' Glace E.S., 7-10,11-1 Children's Patent Tie Shoes Ladies' Court Shoes Evening Ladles' head» Evening Shoes, black 4c., 4c 4c, NEW

EDWIN structions

to

br

soil

public

and

Office,

:

Two-storey dwoUing.containing atablo, 4o, on Torrens title. 76

161t.

Cental

property.

90,

A

rp J.

Hurst-

beyond

part TAREE

R

E

ALLUVIAL

RICH

oi the

ESTATE,

E.

FLETT,

under

Trustee«,

the wal,

oro

A snug little a 2-storey

CANTERBURYGEORGE-SI REBT,

property, brick

Centrally-situated 00ft having frontage street, with a depth or at the right-of-way

Mr and

few yards from the Sugarhouse road. within a few minutes of the Public

TITLE One-third

to close

the

up

CLOSE BY

TO

ORDER

MARKET, known ?trcet

CITY PROPERTY. By order of tbo Second

Mortgage« ANNANDALE order of tho Second

PBEMISES, BUSINESS STREETS, MTÏCnr.LL of Messrs. NORRIS LEASEHOLD. TITLE. GROUND RENTAL,

MOBTGAGEE.

CATHERINE and fronting at tho m present occupation Wholesale BROS, Grocers. 77 About YEARS unexpirod. ANNUM. «1017a fld PER

WRENCH, to sell by

AT



-

comprising 726 to

at

auction,

FEBRUARY,

business

corner

BLOCK OF LAND, triangular in shapo and having frontages CHURCH-HILL and JAMIESON STREETS.

to

and to

111

to

SALE._

(4135)

St of

comer

A

St.

and

Telegraph,

of England, Church, and Order

Money

Block 60ft Hin

having of 169ft.

the tho

Office

on

ia

19th

FEBRUARY,

tho Ground, 3pm, CHOICE ALLOTMENTS VILLA SITES.

BRAIDWOOD.

and

a

depth

a

close

JAMES-STREET,

of

Block

of

from Hotel

by

CLARKE submit by a

above

by

GRAFTON,

The of

and 2}

acres

Freehold. Title, TO CLOSE

HAMPextendwaten of

as

occupied

by

Sir

ORDER

OF

THE

MORTGAGEE.

and

WRENCH,

at tho by auction, Room), at 11 o'clock. February, THE ABOVE RECOMMEVDED Mess» BILLYARD, ANDREWS, Soliciten of the Mortgagee_(4074) ORDER

CHOICE CORNER 2 of section 1, to east side SOUTH side

OF

THE

Ltd.,

wffl

FRIDAY,

on

and

sell ICth

MOSELY

an

MORTGAGEE.

BLOCK OF LAND, Milton Estate, having of MILTON-STREET, of Arthur-street

1 and being lots of 100ft frontages and 200ft. to

Railway

_

search of this pro-

Bale.

SCHOOL.

WRENCH, Limited, will at tho Rooms, Pitt-street oa loth FEBRUARY at 11 o'clock, abus e-desenbed Villa Site Plan on view. URQUHART and STEEL oro Solicitors of the _

Mortgagee SUBDIVISION

_(4118) BLOOK,

resort.

bo

closed

8

p.m.

the reserves and tho

LOW, BALANCE WITHOUT

have terms

Limited, on

CO.

are

been are

as

IN 12 MONTHLY INTEREST. Torrens

ready.

FRIDAY,

will loth

Solicito«

of the

tho

Supreme

Court of Sheriff's

Title.

South

New Office,

Wales,

Sydney, 24th 1893. January, GOLD-MINING

TOP BINGERA V. THE COMPANY (No Liability). tho ¡Sixth MONDAY, (6th) dny of February, unless tho svnt of fieri facias herein bo 1893, at noon, satisfied, tho Sheriff ss ill cuuso to be sold previously by auction, under the Verandah, public Supreme Court, King Sydney, street, All and interest of THE the right, title, TOP BINGERA GOLD-MINING COMPANY (No the defendant company herein, Liability), of, in, and to all that of land, picco or parcel containing 1 acre and by admeasurement 2 porches about, of Hall, situate at or near Bingera, parish county of Murchison, tue land held under Mineral being Lcaiio No. 808, dated 25th October, 1890, standing of Cuartas H. Topham, as trustee in tho nomo for The Top Bingera Gold-mining Company, the John Henton. original applicant being Also of, and to all tiloso in, two pieces or parcels of land, 2 acres 3 roods 89 containing respectively and and 6 acres, situate perches as aforesaid, and the lands held under Mineral Leases being dated Nos. 901 and 1016 respectively, No. »01, 20th Novombcr, 1B90, and 1016. 28th August, in name of Charles 1691, standing tho H. Top as the defendant trustee for bsin, oompany the herein, original applicant being Leonard with tho Plant, Court. Together comprising 1 1 400-gallon 150 feet of piping, pump, tank, and »nndrios. SPEARS

_

ON

SPEARS,

Sydney.__

NOT

CHARLES Plaintiff

Suburban, holden at HECK8TER v.

the Metropolitan,

TAKEN. COWPER, in

penon,

Sheriff. Pitt-street,

and Hunter 8> dney.

District

Court,

HORTON. February

at

MONDAY, the 6th instant, 11 o'clock in the forenoon, pursuant to a writ of fieri issued in this cause, unless the same be previously the goods and chattels of the abovenamed defenhousehold furniture, Ac, 4c, will be sold by dant, viz., auction at 16 Bucknell-street, Newtown. Dated this public 1893. JAB. Bailiff. MAYHEW, ithdayoTFebruary, Suburban, and Hunt« District In the Metropolitan, Court, holden at Sydney. CAMPBELL v. WOOD. at MONDAY, the 6th day of 1893,

ON

February,

ON

in tho forenoon, of fieri 13 o'clock punuant to a svrit issued in this cause, unless the same be previously chattels of tho abovenamed defensatisfied, the goods and harness, and nulky, will be sold bypubllo 1 pony, dant, viz., the Courthouse gates, auotion at Maequaria-atreet,

Sydney. Bated

(_u)

last, for

sold

that

also

popular the course

at

and

weather

was

the

were was

to

up

in

hy Tho

the

hy supervised most prominent

ciently Tho

usual

quarter

first-class

post of Anagram

wagering. to

herself favourite

good field and Taber Eucalyptus, chance o'

Stake», forced

Frank

in

Tho was

defeated was backed and at one

BOW

iho when

pretty

oven

:

and the lot inside tho distance closing up m favour race ensued to the post, splendid resulting a head, while of Rosestem hy about Sprig o'Myrtlo about same distança the awn} Upon returning^ to scale a demonstration was mode against and an which at Sprig o'Myrtlo, inquiry the statement was subsequently instituted, tho hy Shamrock

jockey

elected

was

to get

a

and

unkindl},

also

well

and

post, responsibility

home

fight

third as

Stewards' Wild

out verdict

while was

tho

field

a

Olivor, last-named

but

and the the the

2

to Won

fourth

day

of

lebruary.lSOS. J.

BISHOP,

Bailiff.

1

by

D

My

v. a

Bhort

tho

5

a

out

-

30,

b

then*

not-out

BELV

Club

Richardson

for

appended

B3

W.

senior

The

went

first

the

21st

second game and with

his bat

his

67, and total at

A. Beano the

place for

out

playod

call

of

The following

Inninga

time the

are

sixth

wicket

30

for

3 w'kets

ly,

head.

v.

3 to 1 v. 17$ seconds.

bilcnco 1 minuto

Time,

II..

RACING

TASMANIAN THIBD

of

two

ickets

w

However, of the team

tor

51

rating 7.5

Curl Fort back

The Club

TSAMU AY HAinirAr of 60 sov«, 6 furlongs and 50 yards -Mr C T Roberta's br g The Swell, hy Cheviot Courtesv. 4 year» Ost (J. V Warden) 1, Mr H Garmtt's ol. 7st lllb (Gar and), 2, Mr E br.m Lady Lo aged, 3 Cat 121b, 5lh over Kc}s nsb 3fTauri, years. including (Moran), Other starters Victor 21b, Hugo, lost Whirlwind, Sit 71b Brown and Gold, Sst, Skittles 7»t 7st 41b Nota, 7«t lllb, Oinegn, 41b, Ost Wild 7Bt 41b, Ost lllb, Shiraz, lib, Bird, Amrnsl 1 71b Betting to v Tho Hobartville, list 6 to 2 v Will Bird, to 1 v Anagram, bwel!, 7 v Nota and Tnuri 10 to 1 v others 6 to 1 Victor were first from an indifHugo and Anagram away ferent start and the latter f mod tho pace to tho homo attended Hugo 1 ann and Tho Swell. turn, by Victor the leader after entering the straight, Victor caught Hugo were headed at the diotunco Tlio Swell who but both b} won race from Lady Lovel Touri nftno by a long noel third, and was followed bv Anagram, Victor was a good and Gold, and Wild Bird whilo tho last to Hugo, Brown 1 and finish wero Whirlwind, Skittle,, Omega Time, minute 21 seconds sors lowest Sst 7lb, WEI -run HANDICAP of 00 weight fl flu-longs Mr W Kel»o's b m Fucalvptus, hy Faret 101b, Lancer, 7»t 71b Betting, 4 v 6 Victor to 1 Strafgbtare, to 1 v Hugo rock, IO others and 'Gaytime. 7 to 1 v Hegira, to 1 v and on their leg«, and Lancer were the smartest Hegira and attended Shamrock led past the stand, elosely Hegira and with Victor Lancer, Hugo in by Bedtime, Gaytime, Shamrock aa last took up the running walting they passed the back the swamp, and led along by a eouplo of lengths on a from Bedtime and who were terms Hegira, length clear from who ws» at the head of the others Gaytime, half a mile of tho lead when Hegira dopnved Shamrock from home, and, coming on at his best pace just got homo and Victor by a head from Straightnre Hugo, who had a neck between ona a length from them carne Gaytime. them, followed Shamrock, and Lancer on terms, by Bedtime 13 seconds. Time, 2 minutes AUOTIOK STASIS of 75 sovs for three-year-olds and upwards, for to be sold for 100 sovs weight agc, tho winner 71b allowed for every reduction of 25 sov« on selling price, 6 furlongs,-Mr. W. T. Cousin's ch m Madeira, by Clan

tho

FRIDA-. Kacing

Tasmanian

and concluded to-day. attendance to witness

match

b A. not

Noblo out

and the

on

when

dav,,

Thero the

resulted MIDDLT, PARK jars old, w.f.a.,6

S esponje,

3.

under

aa

inside favoured UIEO

Iolanthe their on

PLATR

timo

1¡ Wyvem, seconds.

In

The tho

old

weather

Adelaide course was

bao, pearance

fine,

lunks

128

50

one

w

tance while

Canterbury

T.

;

BAOINO CLUB'S SUMMER MEETING. ADELAIDE,' SATTJEBAT. on Bacing Club's Summer Meeting was well attended The to-day. but a wind blew acrosi the strong

of

icket

North

v.

East

Melbourne

M'Alister 64.

61,

scored

Laver

F.

lost

not

m

:

North and

118,

v.

their

;

:

Vi

sr.

saw

excellent

test

with

being Elms 89. MelEast Melbourne wickets

72,

Harry Grantiu

for C2, P. not out

batting

South

scored

136,

Lyon»

23,

Adelaides 291 for

seven

ADELAIDE, STT-DAY. on Adelaido Oval Saturday whose conby the Norwoods, Adelaides caused great interest. the

visited

the

for

351

Hayward

Blinman an

81

and Hoath

(not

G.

wicket?.

W. Adelaide

(not

22.

out).

North Wilkinson

made

Giffen

Giffen

29, the

gave

leather-hnuting,

afternoon's wickets. 38

fivo

118,

scoring P. Hill

out).

;

:

j

:

:

sr.

Two-i»A»-OLB

SAxmoar,

&i

f«long».-Kallisto,

7»t 61b

CYCLING. held Club their The Sydney Bicycle second annual The on steamor picnic Saturday at Athol Garden». about 100 of tho Agonoria carried members and their friends around the harbour, afterwards them landing where

Athol, follow»

races

several

carried

were

out

aa

and Milli :-Three-logged race.-Heighway 1. 60 Passau, High jumping.-P. yards 8. Jones 2. Sack 1, A. hopping.-A. Edwards, race.-F. J. Eichler 2. Ladies' 1, J. P. Heighway Miss race.-Mrs. C. Heighway J. 1, Bidley 2, Misa 3. served in tho after Tea waa Slattery pavilion, which waa in and the indulged prizes dancing Mr. W. B, awarded to the winners by the president, of the older George. Soveral members and officeof the club were bearer» present. 1.

kin,

LILLIE following U-mileBioyolo Ground,, Forest The

will A.

be

run

m M

m

m m

G G m M

Q

m O

m

m m

m

m

W

m

at

8

BRIDGE ure the Race

Lodge, o'clock

Hswken, scratch; BhawiSOi J.ilegson.10;

BICYCLE RACE. official handicapa to this

be

at

run

J.

Huraber," Edgar,

J.

Tards; William*,

m

60;

M m

as

M

OM

M

W m

the

not

was

away 5m. 45s. well on

and

and

every

Sao

Ja

mast

new

consequence The

pace brought midstream

to

her

rival

the

and

mO

O

m

m O m

O

m W

m

m

O O

M

O

m

rest

big

T m m

dis-

m

O

track,

m M

O

well the

M

in

M

star

m

bv doing have

W

W m

m

so

stuck

thus she as

Shark

m

in early should. the fact

m m

G m

m

m

m

m m

m m

the

following

suit,

both

stood

and

of

port reducing

was

worked

was

while

Poiut,

before

Volanteer,

wake the

on yachts, and to windward, Iho eastern shorn

M m

G OW m

got

lolautho,

Tho

leaders.

across

M mm m

thisplace,

by

M

m

canvas

stood

to

G

O

her

of

of

m m

m

the

,

a stick to carry light racing degree ot safety In the stronger appeared to bo inside and out, could not be out of the

Era

stood crossed

m m

of

the the

on

m

O m

independent

aud

ebb,

m O m

ou, achte } starter the flag

at some Era's

an

M

m W

ap-

with

followed on tho

the

O

too

is

any mainsail

the

of

m

O

was

20m

time

The Era Bradleys before rouud throwing short The thelma, tacking

influence

G M

when

way,

worked

G

m

carried

stroan), stitch

m

W

clear,

bôioro

¿h this

M

m m

m

start.

two tho

by

their

mid

down

an

time

the

lino

at At

got

M m

the returned, us to whether

of

m

m

topmast

quite

however,

the

across

m m

m

every ebb of

hois*od

doubt

skippers mlormcd

been

M

this

flag

the

she threw round again the 40 rater, and the Iiea, found not to bo doing be accounted for

to was

the

M

leeward, followed by order named, immediately

opentng

with

after stood

m m O

the

splendid to

again and Isea

The Thelma, was Volunteer,

may

a

C w O

aloft,

her

at

was

hid

exception

the

a

wero

excitement

the

the

race,

putÎ3

W m

mm

M

and

at

with

starter

meantime,

when

her

The

in being Thoy,

Island

canvas

m m

respectively (1.05 p m.) and kept

being

Blight]} line, clo-oly and iBca in the

flag Volunteer

Iolanthe

well

that

m W

m

an

upsot Isea

the

be

competitors do hkowiee.

until

ThiB

M

m

m

breeze

square-header put m

At

Sao,

right awash work.

Shark

fairly the

m m m

the

rack

sailing two

lead the

m m

well, small the

passed

the with

O

of

Î

m

pair

T m

O

helma.

m

of

exception

the

stood across the whose skipper right to leeward off Middle brought Head, in and in the stretch it stays, long waa seen that she had her conimprovod position tho Thelma then on the starsiderably. Crossing board tack 5U latter throw by about fathoms, the round soou after, and both stood outside the harbour. The Adelaide and steamers Botomahana both interfered somewhat with tho Thelma, which had to como about to clear of them. The Era got Volunteer, channel and where she came

stood

off nearly stretch.

mile

a

boforo

the

on

coming tacked

m O

G G

The

wh.Ie

craft larger 16-rater the

was

Blucflsh away Iolanthe, latter

for

on

Curl. well previously

and

the

port

boards stretch

obtained On the

The off

the

on

short

offshore

Volunteer.

cleared,

Curl stood

having

the

BIIOagain the

came

by working

and

current,

"Tumble-down" by crossing

after

soon

three

shelter took

in

M

m m

m

m

M

m

M

m G

m M

the

m

place stretch

big yachts stood ed by the

m

m

follón

Sao, land before taken m her

the

staying,

the

topsail

and

The topmast. Isea, when under the Head, lowered away her mainsail-and the side, provent the mast going over which of it gave ovory promise doing in the "lump." Bofore Curl Curl the was abeam, Volunteer had re to windward, the next passed the Thelma stretch clear of the as taking them mark-boat follows Era at 3b. 27m. 48s., Volunteer at ShMlm. 21s., and at 58s. The Thelma 3h. 32m. act a latteTamartly a soon Ths spinnaker following after. libtopsail, latter »ail was carried by the Era, but the Volunteer's kite was its very slow in making and appearance, w

housed

m m

escaped

next

m

m

tack,

from

second

m m

m

The Volunteer short, and stood ton ard» the Honoy comb. The Thelma, m the closo meantime, had worked along the North Head, and standing off a short distanco to prevent the »he, Volunteer her, threw crossing round, and both stood in.

m

m

star-

m

B

M

m

tho

m

of North the jib, to

m

Y

M

m m m

G

m m M

M

m M

Y

Y

m

m

m

m

m m

O

m

m m

m

O

M m

m m

R. B.

m

m

m

m

m m

for

S.

m

m

M

undoubtedly

wind

breera, only, 1 p m.

canvas

the

cross

the

by

with

m

m m

m

m

m

m m

S6

m

m

contest, Sao and over

north-east, the tide

small

a

lower

Volunteer

just its

the earned

to promised the Volunteer

:"

G

m

m

and

the Lillie Bridge The first heat

evening.

m

G

sUghtlv

easterly

The

stronger

a

1891 the

places to time hoisted

was

moorings

both

the

the

Those who

at

m

m

concerned,

wero

the

minutes.

from

stood

board

first

scores

three

out

was

In Melbourne

were-J.

Boorers

principal

matches the results

:

:

m

m

m

and again und flagboat Tho handicaps

light

Sharp

had

mentioned

Thelma The Sao

Melbourne,

innings for 92. Melbourne

principal H. Trott H. 27, and In wicket for 36.

one

The

made

m

for.

Island

a

and

second

boat

wero

Tho

boardstrctch. never loBt

10

for

SUOTAY.

are

following

Fitzroy

29,

lost

Kilda,

St.

280.

78,

MELBOURNE, the Pennant

Melbourne, South the made 186,

Norwood

The were results DisrosAL furlon STAKES, 6 fiat (Iib _.-Kingbolt, 2 (Quinn), 1 Ost 101b (Buxton), The Burlesque, Mode, 3. 7st 71b (Hodgkins), Other starters Madoc, Germaine, Ruth, Sentiment, The Deceiver, to 1 netting Mulloo, 4 to 1 v. Burlcsi.uc, 0 to I v. The Mcdc. Totalisator diviWon by a length and a half, srith holt a length dend, £10. between second ann third. 1 minute Time, 3} Féconds. WKLTRR Arab, Sst 91b HASDioAr, 7 furlonirs.-The 1; Handover, »st »lb (dill»), 2; Middlesex, 8st (Bums), 101b (Quinn), 8. Other starters : Jew Tonga, Corio, Boy, Clochnablen, Madoc, Siiverspur, Ensign. Betting: 2toi v. 4 to 1 each v. Corio and Handover. TotaliMiddlesex, sator £14 3s. Wen a good third. dividend, 1/ a head: 1 minute 31 seconds. Time, HANDICAP Hur.nMi RA«. Mb If mile.-Strike, lOst 1 Simulator, 9.it Ost Sib, (M'Qowau). (Ferry ),2; Banjo, 8. Shodiick and Star also started. 5 Betting to 4 on Strike. 3 to 1 v. Bania, 4 to 1 v. Star, B to 1 v. Simulator. Totalisator £2. Won a fair dividend, easily by a length, 3 minutos third. Time, 28} secouas. LtcKKSKO VioTU»i.iitnB' 1 mile.-Prosperity, HANDIOAP, ust 101b (Smith), St. George, 1 Set (Quinn), 2: Da Capo, flat 41b ¡Hickey), 3. Other starters Fort Admiral, Lord Grenville. The Tonga, Herod, Med», Burlesque. Betting 2 to 1 v. Prosperity, 3 Fort Lord to 1 Adrara!, 4 to 1 r. Grenville, s to 1 v. Da Cnpo. To'alisator dividend, £8 19». Won a fair third. 4M seconds. easily, Time, 1 minuto :

to

was

TELEOBAPH.] COEUE3PON-DWTTB.)

OUB

first their wickets four

in

bourne leading

m

m m

O

30 seconds, Iolanthe, 25 minutes.

which tho enabling

together which signal

should tho

course

out, prin-

on

The

lost

inning» H. Graham

STODAT.

m W

M

repretime

of follows

Volunteer, which

miles,

hardoning.

the

to

in

doing

distance

in

the

22

five

topsails which

to

rail

the

not

being tho Independents

from

however, She, 2h following tit the fleet wore

kept of

22,

lost

moderate of

tho

and

Inland

yachts. A that occasion,

Iolanthe, all well

above

of

Shirk

thoy wero minutes,

usual

anticipating under

yacht

days' Sntur

and

smaller

made

and

a

5G

allowances. the starter'»

first

they

Insane

s

round

yesterday. match

the

m

O

¿loyal

their

each

Shark

about

being left at the dropped to what The Era, with

Isea

whole

than had

of

the

Iolanthe

fell.

present.

sixth

Fitzroy

of

course.

for

Hospital

former

wore

South

for two and three 200 SOTS., furlongs.-Strowan, 1 2; Persuasion, Time, 1 mlnutB lfij second HANDICAP of 200 sovs., mile.-Mr. D. 1) c Launceston, by Tasman-Rubina, 3 years, 2 2; Awarua 3. 40 Rose, Time, minutes,

ADELAIBE

an

tho

tho

19 minutes

round

minutes,

in

was

tho

that

;

played

m

m

rrj

Soutar),

covered

calculations, aud obtain first

to

appearance Jibhended

107 for

SATUEDAT. Currambene v. A cricket match. Cambewarra, for tho won played hero Speight Cup was by to-day the in one and Scores: forinor innings 70 runs. 163 Smith Currumbena, (G. Limb C5, Licoy dO, and first JO second 25). Cambewarra, inuings, innings, 63 (Biddulph 20 and Gilmore 14). M'Millan took wickets for 13 for Over 200 sue Cambewarra.

'.

MIDSUMMER O'Brien'it oh

the

as

time

flag for

aloft

l8

NOWBA,

The

m m

and

sailed

with

between finish of Tort Donison. the »maller yachts

on

starting. in obédience, rest of the

first

in

of

Maclardy),

round

prevailed

the

M

thence

less

course, the

appeared

persons

O m m M

m

names,

which

Isca

handicapping

craft.

CLUB

the

It)

[BY

.

:--

and

of bowling Independents

28,

The

the

Melbourne

event«

out

w

nearly 175 runs, M

up

(nOU

-v

O

SQUADBO-.

m

69

owing

and Dundas teams ground afternoon, Saturday the game in a draw in favour of the resulting home scored 128 (Brotherson team, which d9, Mayo 23, nud Shackleton Dundos loll 21) BIX wickets for 46 For the hospital, Board nnd and J. Simpst n bowled well, and best for G. spurway tiundlod Dundas.

.

m

M

fur

so

after

2 wickets

for

W.

end

Iolanthe

b

commenced a two District ground on

team

wickets

The

Parramatta on

m M

H.

match

polo

auspices

9 (Dr. Milford), 6 (Mr A J

tho

considerably when the

runs

«Î

CANTERBURY (N.Z.) JOCKEY SUMMER MEETING. AUCKLAND, At the Midsummer Meeting of the for Jockey Club yesterday the contests

Total

|

Independents the

Artlett

40,

scorers. cipal indifferent.

met

W

a straight line, was as -A 2 p.m. from a Uno between the starter's S Orlando's buoy down to and round mile due moored one cast of Curl

to

Thelma, being

two

lhe

Head, Denison,

of

19

putting

afternoon, E Miller

*>

O

at

H

southern

was

-Wales,

miles

start

and

wore,

14

Parramatta the former

of

possession

only a sport. results aro subjoined fcuiwrri JIAVDICAI G furlong*-Ttronberg (Ring),! 2 txandeiu Muno Other (bmith), (Stobbings) 7 to 4 starter Lotten* on (Morna) Betting Kronbcrg, 1 1 5 to 1 tí \ Amadeus each \ Music and Lottery 1 minuto "Won bj half a lcn,cth Time, seconds 2*»£ DKIUWINT HANDICAP, 1 mile-Iho Puno 1 (Puwer), 2 M\ Red Hover (Smith), Other Thyra (Anderson), Startern JJ lene Iap-ipa, Harefield üobart The fliçn Iho boino led »II the way, and won »oven b> lengths 1 minuts Time 40 hoconja 2 Lorn» STAKES -Furui (Power) 1, Paulino (Nisson), T Sir John (tus len), Other «tarUrs Lord Babylon E\en monoj on Pauline, 8 to 1 v Glavow Btttfnb 7 toi 10 Innis and »ir John v to 1 ^ Lord Babylon Wou Glavow by a length, s neck between second and third ßTErri rciTABF -Ouftla list 101b (Fitzgerald) 1 Sylvester U-it lb (ïîocXerî, ¿ Other starter* Intrigue Ost l¿lb Renmark 10_t7lb Kv en munej on Ouida, Setting S to 2 v Intrigue 4tolv Renmark, 5tolv Sylvestu At the Ant fence Renmark fell and broke hw neck Won in a canter FA neu ELI» BÍAxmoAr, 6 furlongs -"WTiitefoot (Power), Lord 2 Bluestone 3 1, Scott (Hetcher) (Jones), Other starter* Maid und Passif em Jersey 7 to 4 i. Betting 4 to 1 Lord Scott and "Whitefoat, Bluestone, 5 to 1 v Maid "Won ensilv Jersey 10 to 1 \ others The mira uf£SS72 passed thnugh tho totallsator during the meeting, the dub £900 netting of the above In Saturday's [A portion appeared issue ] £993 from the The club netted and will totallsator, about clear £000 on the meeting.

,

,

of

reunion

continued modernte

The

,

,

trammer was

nni

e

21 out 0 Cobcroft, b Donnon lbvv, b Callan a j Total Kelly, one for 31, ilonnan Bowling An dvsis -Turner^ three for 42 for 14, Callawa), Coningham, nono Second Innings Bull not out Patrick, o Yomll, b A Sundries Noble 48 run

Camphin, Rosehill

a

"Gascoigne Cup" out a good fleet

no

sailed,

boat

tho

Cuttaway Bidl run out Alcock, run out not out Williams, Bennett absent Sundries

b

15

Cobcroft,

CLUB.

HOBART,

parti-

Tasma.

,

7 (Mr.

course

l8

a

at

Innings Alderton

b Calla

lbw,

vvay

;

with

tho

brought

9

rating

rating The flying boat

320

Innings IVAMIOE -First

24

Camphin, Duggan,

Q Q

were follows -Era, 10 rating (Mr. scratch, Volunteer, rating Milson), i minutes 1 second, Henderson), Thelma, J. F. 11 minutos 9 seconds, (Mr Hoare),

T. 15

over

the

before

-First

Coningham,

c

Patrick, Uounon

O O

O

as

Sao,

the)

so

Coningham,

e

Brewster, b Turner

DAY.

gained

subjoined.

last

(Mr.

Isca,

842

was

yachts.

rating

had anything but being rnn out, and two the of tho fall ninth total wicket (Bennett being absent) the had only been to which left the taken 107, consequently in a Ivanhocs very heavy minority. Thoy had to and in for follow succeeded doing much better, on, when 6 o'clock two wickets hud been arrived only lowered for 128 runs It be said cannot, however, as that the Carlton representatives appeared of tho batsmen anxious to rid during get in the tho latter period of the play as they did earlier besides Wales was not wicket a'ternoon, which the last lulf-hour or and the team during keoping, were short the Patrick BO two men in field. played attract» o und lor an innings 48, exceedingly dualling and form was excellent batting displumed by and Cobcroit A. Noble pro\ ed tho Camphin, Bull, his two wickets 32 most successful bowler, costing runs. had a long but not Coningham try, could in a wicket, ho trundled succeed getting although well, lina the last du} of the match, the being result decided on the first was which left innings, the winner Carlton by the large majority of 21J runs. CABLTON

:

m M

O

,

entries,

allowances, A. G.

Innings

I

Total

rocord

closed. throe

Scores

W

G heat laps) -First 2 Second scratch, J Hose, 10 seconds, Won easily lime,

YACHT

under

there

sentative

.

-Second 154 11

SYDSKY

raco

to 1892

owing year

Innm¿s

log-before-wicket,

;

m

REPORT

,

innings,

on

kept

on

their Ivanhoe Clubs continued on the Association premiership was in cxcollont order, and was to play it that the thought batsmen would inconsiderably

unablo Ivanhoe

luck,

good

w

,

13,

tho

Richardson

carrying

7b, the wicket«.

out

the

their

given

H

W

AW

Squadron, Coionol Gascoigne's Sydney Yacht sailed on Saturchallenge cup, valuod at £50, wa» the squadron adding £16 and £5, as first and day The conditions of this second prizes respectively. -lhreo start or the aro yachts to no and cup race, with the of crowB to be purely exception amateur, hands no extra the yachts' regular working proteamen to be allowed on boord the fessional cup m BUCIOSBIOU to bo won three years the Bame owner. The last occasion by on which this was for prize competed was m 1891. Tho unearl} following yo r, for some allowed the race was to lapso, accountable reason, notwithstanding the fact that three yuohts did enter, and there was no reasonable doubt but that they would have started. Tho m committeo, however, their fit to the event wisdom, thought postpone tho limited number of heneo the

..

13, Merrick, 2 for \for Olor0. Moulton, 7 their concluded match

mon, Richardson

IDEBI

not

Turner

innings

when fair

m

m

for

for

3

up

-First -First

BYDVEY

:

W M

AQUATICS. BOYAL The

|

b bvveetnnm Aitken, blv ewell Wilson, Charleton, o Swcct nam, b Hume and The Carlton

crease

concluded

l8

Saturday BELVIDERE

W D J P.

m

gi\en

fe,

m

m M WM

_

scores

StraTJAT.

a

The proceedings atug-o'-war,

i\.

I

for innings tor three

d12

being

23

1

afternoon, also scored

throughout 154. Charlton a

from

M

M

fancy

60 yards (two 1, N Lbsworth 14 seconds, 1, 2 1, Petersen,

Moulton

.

and tho

remaining

was

b

D Sheridan, b Moulton G F b Moulton Lvnns, b Moulton Cape not out Hadtoid, Sundries

b

uot-out

innings,

match

Racing Saturday,

Innings Sheridan,

It

taken

the

Ground.

there

S for 0 foi

,

-Second

M'Taggart,

Wilson,

with

ou

8 for 41, Cape, for .4 Badluid,

0

Walfoid,

Moulton,

again

was

furlongs. for useful

Geeloiig

L.

ZiNOAni lerrv, b

o

Walford, Garrett

.

161

Trickett,

event

m

m

Gormly,

ti

I

Sydno) on University oval, Sydno} winning by ¿4 runs When play ceased on first the scores stood Be videre, Januaiy first 211, Belvidere, 187, Sjdney, innings, for 20. tho one wicket When innings,

CLUB.

and

69 b

Hughes,

m

,

b

10

b Trickett

1 lor

j c«,

Sundries

this

won

of

was

m

m

m

,

Cape

?

o

innings W li b Cape Jones, Aimsbong, o lrickott 34'Mullen, not out M Taggart, e Wood,

2

J-5

m

waa

Handicap, 100 yardi (three laps) -First 30 i5 heat B M'Culloch seconds, 1, T Hughes, seconds, 2 1 Third heat 8 Second heat W Anuresvs, Boyall, 30 1 28 seconds, 2 Fourth heat J seconds, Hai-roll, 1 seconds, 2 rinnl heat. Bcidol 32 second», 1, J Toohcr, 2 1 minute 1, Boyall, Time 28} seconds M'Culloch, 100 -W Scratch Boee, J Gormly, 1, yards (throe laps) 1 minute J Won Time, 17 3-5 seconds ioohcr,J cosily heat h Brunte Open lal -I ir».t Handicap, yards BbC, 82 lounp, B S C 25 seconds, 1, T Kminimont, seconds, 2 Second heal £ Davis, B C 12 '.eoonds, 1, Final H TV A b O, l8 seconds 2 heat Hellings, Young, 2 2 minutes Time, 0 seconds 1, Hellings Club heat G 0 Cigar Handicap -First Bernancr, 2 J seconds, Second litat H 1, W Andrews, seconds, J Andrews l8 seconds, Final G. i seconds, 1, J Seidel, Andrews, 2. Bernaucr, 1, H

for 33 runs, for 1 wicket l8

innings

4.

2

to

settling The

61

m

m m

.

Btenart, Ebsworth, seconds Club averies

?\\

the

:

,

tala

or

4

;

until and

retired,

length.

u

for

;

just fast Odds

at

vlckcta

Bernanor

Hundicap, 11 seconds, L

:

Luna

left himself

heat Final

«

-First

Analysis -Garrett, 0for 5, Garnsey, O'Heulj, Belvidere and

:

upon

ho and

tbo

issue, half

by

ran

Stakes, to Madiera the host of

Bird

Rosestem, tho

Hegira

Milo,

where

turn,

ho

and

Auction

Rat, soon taking of pacemaker, piloted

Froho,

tho judge's are culars

the

supported.

Tho

the

finished selected

waa in

for

though

whilo tho on terms.

head, almost

3

.84

Moulton,

o

Bowling

;

satisfacfavourite

strong

but placo,

a

was

Lovel

Lady

on

a

by

Strnightftro Victor Hugo

laid

a

Handicap,

Moorefield he failed

doomed

waa

others

fi

stem,

4 ,

b

Hughes, Garrett b Merriok Tr ckett, L -Walford,c Moulton, b Herrick

Pinna,

Rose

Boys' Petersen,

1 runs

es

Radford,

o

o

La

1, Mona, Dit 7lb 2; Knight, (T. Corrigan), (Cameron), 10*t 101b (Davii), 3. Otlier starten: Rn orton, list 7lb; «stOlb. lOstîîlb; Last Rcquc.t,Dst 101b; Korinda, 5 to 1 T. to 2 %. liberton,.! to 1 v. St Clair, Betting0 to I %. Piaran, 10 to I v, others Aluna led to the Knight, lastiencc, where Piaroa fell St Clair took tho beaijiîv lead m tho straight and won two with Mona a by lengths, 4 minute bad third. i St seconds Time, Gmovo HANDICAP, 7st 7lb li mile.-Marco, (Dawes), 1 2; Norbert, e-rtßlb 3. Other Fasa, Oat 01b (Cox), (Ray), starters Airlio, 7at 31b Shiels, 0*t 101b ¿mancipation, 3 to 1 each v. Fusa and Marco, 7 to 2 v. Cat 81b Betting. Airlie, A splendid won a neck, 4 to 1 v. Norbert. race; by 2 minutes with Xorbert half a length away third. Time, 14 seconds. SEM!>O STAKES, 4 furlong. -Tra\eller 1: (Dawes), Tho Shrew 2 3. Other «tarter. (Ray). Tempest (Dnrby), Terrific II., Merle, Lven Ripple, May of Teck. Betting on Travel!«, a to I v. others. A splendid race bemoney the paco I horses. Won Time, tween by a short head. Tho winner wat in for £3) fil J féconds bGUght bTEtt 6 -Outlaw AUOS* Punsr, furlongs (Dawes), 1 Silence 3. Other li. (Barnard), 2, My Day (M'Oowan), Leyland, Lady Crusoe, Paisana. starters Tasnm, Betting.

monoi.

hy

Tho

Has

Shepherd, b Garrett

;

Handicap,

attended

did

of

DAY. MELBOURNE

prevailed, resalta are

different

S

...

G. A

events

6 b

.

touranment

and trick swimming Wylie, by Messrs whose efforts were Michell, F. W. much Lloyd, the lessee, gave use of tho baths free of the tho charge Among and T. H. were Messrs. J C. Neild visitors present P. Ma L.A., Hassall, W. M'Leod, Been, and several are of the aldermen. the results local Appended

b

low.

tide

medloy diving and Stannett, Mr. applauded.

15 Terr),

W

¡saturday afterattenthe beautifully fine, be desired. all that could made Buoh hud cccellont to mar tho on occurred

was

the

alight

Andrews. and distanco

b

Terry,

Total

0

TJXIVEBSITT b Trickett b Trickett Haves b

I S

1; Axim roALSTAKFI, 1J mile.-Idolater (M'Gowon), 2 3 7 to 2 on Azirn, 7 (Mooro), Prior (Hood), Butting \.Iilolator,lOtol v l'nor. Won nnd a toi by a length thud. 2 minutes half, with Prior two lengths away Time, ?il féconds beDISTA scr HAVDICAP THOT. 2 mile».-Dick, 100 yards hind hcmtch 1, Cupid, 70 yardi (Üuinane), 2; i,Pnce), 120 S. Other «tortora Rose, Tell Alice, yards («franco), Sarsfield Bobin GrrtruJe, Washington, U, Hood, Tole, Koir Hnrdic, BarGman, Pet, Squash, Lucy, Buttercup, C to 4 to 1 v. Pot, & to 1 ïr. Mo Betting v. Dick, won, 1 \. Dick led T. Cannrj.Oto Alioe, 8 to 1 v Cupid. 5 minute* seconds and won Tinv\ throughout cosily. 48J 2 mile* 41b HANDICAP BTFi'i'i.rcHASB, St Clair, Hat

never

time

pace,

weather

attendance.

hy

A

Wolter

Ha

5

the Estie seconds.

Bob,

host

were

meeting of tho and concluded

Bummer

continuod

beautiful

but at 4 to 1, gave anything MURSIO challenged by a short half length. down to 5 to 4 for tho

home,

the

distance, and won

Lovel.

the

until

work

the

request away, when

well

near

only Myrtle

for

post

most

getting

was

Kogarah

tho

was

until

and

her,

nt

from to

the

through Lady

came

wont

out

standstill

a

length

a

cut

12

Little

GEELONG RACING MEETING. SUMMER THIED

0

20

Bowling Analysis-

sand. for

_

Priory. Tho Swoll caused lum to favourite than Wild Bird, honour at the of opening

better

a

paddock tho

Dundee

[BY TELEOEAPTJ.] OOBEESPOOTEHTB.J (FEOM OtTB

Oxonham, A strong

wore

galloped

and

a

spurted horses

21 2

-Mcnick,

Anaivsis wicket« for

3

b Terry, Merriok, Cape Moulton, Garnsey, 1 rickett

b

exorcise.

J. Jolly. the opening

for

and

Myrtle, favour of

held

Mr.

6ocrotary, absentees

doing

Ravenswing

and

Malolo of other

pace. number

Any

exciting

Handicap,

o'

Sprig in

the

had

the

Tramway

Scrip, The

work. along,

minute

Richway,

Artillery,

2

this amount of work was dono at Caulfield fine. when the weather was beautifully morning, Malvolio for some Rodf earn sent early good strong a mile and three work over quarters. The Cup and winner moved nicoly throughout, Beverley, tho last held him in was who mile, joined Both horses had nafo. light Cappretty boys up. tain Webb and Culloden did some work, strong both Stern a severe going well. covering 1} milo, and M'Carthy, Mousquetaire, the rechaser, Bessie horace did slow mainder of Mr. Gollan's work. Glensound exerin fiuo fettlo, did somo loth, looking good cise for 1} mile. Strahan, and InvestSilverstrcnm, did useful work. Sainfoin ment and Ascot Vale went over 6 furlongs, in waa together which no time about Happy mude. Competency only pottered Jack went twice round at half-pace, finishing up brush. This horso is and so l» with a very well, who also went for at three Wild Rose, 7 furlongs

order, the character, finishes credit on the handicappor. reflecting great and Mr. J. Hegorty wielded the red banner, got his fields on nnd away fairly good terms, Mr. J. B. of his was Oliffe fully equal to the oxigéneles posiThe tion m the judgo's box. sport passed off without tho slightest mishap, and the only fine recorded of was ono of £5 imposed upon Hawley, the rider orders in tho Wild for Bird, disobeying tho starter's The were effirace. general arrangements an

miles.

likewise.

furlongs John S,

cigar»

sivos

L-f

o Trickett, Merrick Hadturd, o Garrett G F Leaos, Kerrick not out Cape, Sundries

a 24

out Bkepheid, bMerS Walford, lbvr, rick D Bhi idan, run out L Walford, c H'iagb Garrett gart, clem, bMerHughes, rick B Sheridan, c lorry, b Garrett

Boblson, O Beilly, Garrett,

lame,

trifle

spurted

Somniloquist, in 1

5

Light

Gloria, canterod. A fair

which

utilised largely rendezvous.

sporting

track of

was

racing

Froude doing work, and

the

about

23 seconde, the on

mile

-FlBST

b

Merrick,

c

HopeSword

Outlaw

Nucleus

useful

over

a

medium

2 miles, in 1 minute

Haro«, Moulton

tracks on

dotty. for

bowling and

and

the

order. work

2

did wore

(orviccablo Swift

spurted Portsea, Patron,

prevailed addid not to have appear any Mooretho at the attendance for tho trains re-union, special to their utmost and capacity,

trafilo

on

furlongs, some

James

Hippo

for about the sand

Captain

is

and

about

Survivor

St.

A

Bowling Garrett,

SATOEDAT.

nicely along Jonathan,

and

and

ni co work furlongs did a

which

Hon.

NOTES.

splendid useful and goes

.doing bad leg,

striding tho tan. for work

filly

I

National Library of Australia

Dancer

in

wero

by a

was

sound There,

AU

¡I

'

sell at at li February, o'clock, The above Plan on view. Messrs NORTON, SMITH, and

at

11,

facias

and

hot

beautiful

has

on

milos did

,

In

In

late

Ho

bearer

when with

,

satisfied,

LOTS 11 to 62a inclusivo Boc 2. QUEENSCLIFF ESTATE lO&'ift to RAMBGATE basing frontage AVENUE and 1195ft to BRIGHTON-BOULEVARD, with of 257ft depth through to the Bay has been granted, and %. The Tram Extension work will be commenced in the near future. The Land is close to the beautiful beach of tins popular

RICHARDSON by auction,

GROUND.

facias

being of

WRENCH, tho Room»,

THE

:

JOSEPH

BONDI

to

favourite, down to

Station

RICHARDSON auction, by public

on

nearrngthe

_

and the

and

aortgogae,

at

PUBLIC ON

CHEQUES >.* The tram passes this land, about 10 minutes' walk distant.

sell

will Pitt

O'

t

RICHARDSON

were

she-ran

Park.

HENRY

be LIBERAL.

con

February taxed ordinary

§reat efeated

ESTATE.

FEBRUARY

PAYMENTS,

-

TERMS

effect

field

coming

and

tan.

been

of

Saturday he was

on

Bince tho

a

at

-

recently

Saturday

on verse

race

those in to inspect

Terms

BALE

AS THE ESTATE must made EXCEPTIONALLY follows 10 per cent. DEPOSIT,

Adolphu

street.

FRIDAY, The Messrs

Tramway

AN

NEAR

ENFIELD,

BALMAIN.

BAY,

RESIDENCEknown delightfully-situated TON VILLA, with of GROUNDS, large aroa from EWENTON-STREET to tho ing JOHNSTON'B BAY. other Land, Also, and Grafton streets wss

oppressively

tory. for the

month

limited.

_

frontage

The Land is now in two portions, viz 230ft to JOHNS! UN'S frontage BVY, DEPTH about 500ft, back to Ewonton-street. On this portion is the Villa. Other Land is 165ft toADOLPHU8-STREET, SStft. to GRAFTON-8TRLET. 174ft to EWEisTON-STRFET This latter could be sold off separately by a buyer if he desired COTTAGE is of stone, ivith hall, 6 rooms, 8 verandahs, stororoom and pantrs .kitchen &o It could at attics, modemto be modo a comfortablo and perexpense manent home. The situation of this extensivo witenide is most property elovated and viows, and deeinble, commanding ploasing .o convenient to the steamais* wharf at Stephen ferry

Is

to

The Auctionoon recommend strongly comfortable and convenient home

Lithographs

.

per

perty.

AUCTION

property

tary. The

made

lots.

Land

JOHNSTON'S

BY

elevated

J. M'lntyre) (D. auction, at the Rooms, 163 9th February, at 11.30 am.. home. cottage

choice

SATURDAY,

BY

these

M'INTYRE

public

THURSDAY,

on

The

a

of

run Handicap, by Marco

won

Platoff Avenger. l8 tliat took part and

depth

Block

links having of 354 links.

25 miles Commercial

Mortgagee.

This

from

:

of Land,

frontage

MONKITTE-STREET, 125

Land,

COPMANHURST. By order of the

Views

This was Flemington toun bogan

1

filly

was

a

street,

ROSEBERY-STREET, 191ft Land, having depth of 227ft.

HEATHCOTE.

*

was

HILL-STREET Blook 50ft having frontage by 160ft

Mottle, in track

name

tho

'

aOEttESPONDEOTS.)

MELBOURNE, morning,

and

:

lot,

of

by

frontage

»table,

SPECIAL

a

to tho effect that the who loft tho Gardiner, for has secured an engagement

year,

OUE

(FilUM

Motto,

America J.

TRAILING

VICTORIAN

satisfac-

that

.

Sprig

SATURDAY,

;

;

were

EVANS-STREET, Land, depth

'CARLTON.

lane

worked

ZlKOAni

run

;

engagewillingly

poncillers

which

I

;.

:

the half

SCHOOL,

Church Stephen's Church, Weslo}an

£6 PER LOT balance £1 Deposit, 6 interest per cent, per annum TORRENS TITLE. RICHARDSON and WRENCH, (4115) NORTH SYDNEY.

rear.

the WAVERLEY.

a

their

I

;

MOOREFIELD RACING 4. SiT-rUDAY, FEUBUABÏ The Hon. M L.C. Johu Lackey, Under H C. of the M management of the stowards J. H. Messrs. W. L J.F., Carruthers, Davis, H. M.L J. M.L.A., Dawson, A., M'Lnualilnn, Mr. J. F. Hogerty, Mr. F. J. J.P., M'Corthy, Mr. J. Lamrock, Mr. J. B. Oliffe, P. Mooro, Dr. Mr. J.P. 3.P. Judge J.B. Oliffe, Handicappor A. Scarr. Starter Mr. J. M. Mr. J. Hcgorty. of scales Mr. Chas. Clerk of Clerk Perry. John secrecourse Mr. Mr. W. Burgess. Jolly,

Patron

a

Splendid

TERMS

to

that

The

at the sale of guineas horse» in April, 1890.

ran

PENSHURBT-STREET, WILLOUGHBY,

BALE,

*..

per

race

first

leave

This estato is the pick of this channing district, on .«. 400ft. abovo the crown of tho hill, tho waters of tho harbour. It ia handy to the Mowbray-road platform. railway

of at

ex-

CLUB.

who the

WOOLLAHRA.

Blook

the from

also

are

artist,

guarant-e

prominent

a

commission

Tria;

?

Hall.

112 VERY

COWPER-STREET, Land, 20ft by 100ft

for

ride

the Cremorne,

on

WAVERLEY.

from

event,

M~S>-E

rUBLIO and contiguous Congregational Temperance Tho POST, tho Estate.

WOOLLAHRA.

of

;

and

m

m m M

of the club that arrangements nothing 40 Band, of the Tho Cadet joyment gathering of perunder the baton Norris, strong, Bugle-major the of airs during afterformed a selection popular the timo noon. Tho openod with proceedings N. won honoured which Ebsworth Boys' Race, of a veteran in He used the judgment gaugeasily. and dethe of his ing pace opponents, somewhat in G. Petersen feated handily Tho contest for the Club fairly good timo. F. a for which Mr. Peterson, vice-presiHandicap, a massive silver excited dent of tho club, gave cup B. M'Culloch, who was liberally great enthusiasm, beating S. Boyall in tho treated by the haudicappers, Th time was 1 minuto struggle homo. winner'» 281. a Boco itself into seconds. 'Hie hcratch rosolved between W. J. and J. Toohor, but the battle Gormly in slow time. was Much latter easily vanquished interest was coutred in the Bronto Open Handicap, which fell of the Balmain Club The to E. Youug, Bomo amusement through the re Cigar Hace croatcd to marl able ctlorts of the contestants keep their

concluded I Zingari University their premierthe result on the North Domain, being an ship match comfor the The match was easy win University. menced on 14th January, when the I Zingari in their 88 for first scored 84 and the University innings or that a couple weeks five wickets. After over to the to be had pas ed owing that the intercolonial match and between Universities When was taking play place. the not-out and Merrick, men, resumed, Garnsey continued to went on with their Merrick innings. he he bat in good style until had reached 69, when was was no caught out, but there other heavy scorclosed for 151. TriUtett's ing,''and the innings for and five wickets 41 runs, Cape's avcrago was 'ina I Zingari in the second tor 2J. innings three of moke no could stand against tho bowling and shortly before Garrett, Merrick, and Moulton, 6 o'clock, the last wicket fell for 66, the University by an innings and 12 runs. Omly 1(1 thus winning Tim men batted for the losers in the second innings first and D. and U. five wero dismissed for 22 runs, the se jro made a Bhort stand, taking Sheridan then D. knocked between them to when Moulton d5, Moulton took four wttuets Sheridan's wicket back. two for for 7 for 16, and Mtrrcck Garrett three runs. scores 1J. are the The following and

;

the

weather

dance large, The officials

-

;

;

opening

prewhich

of

particulars

the

opposite

premises 731 Gcorgo

Nos

hare

Limited* publio 17th

and

AUCTION

.-.

United

visitors

WILLOUGHBY-ROAD,

HAY

Bernie, to Scott offioe in

compelled

met.

jookey, last States

standard, whilo tho

at the

STREET,

Day course

arrangement,

comes

appointments

WIltlA MOWBRAY-ROAD,

8 Brick-built SHOPS DWELLINGS.« Nos 07 PARRAMATTA-ROAD.

Mortgagees.

That

Word

OF

THE

;

J.C.

repay inspection. Amateur Turf Deniliquin transactall bookmakers were to deposit

the

a

A.

Nordcnfelt,

son

state from California of Sir Modrcd daughter on the Bay District furlong»

PARRAMATTA-BOAD.

NORTH GEORGE

down

set

Portraits

advices

Victorian

the

Limited.

BU8INE88-FREraSE87~FOREST~LODGË"

CORNER

'

PROPERTY. a Deceased Estate.

and WRENCH,

(4124)_BICHABDSON

_TERMS

PROPERTIES tobo PUBLIC AUCTION, at the BOOMS, 138 PITT-STREET, at half-past Ham, FEBRUARY 8. WEDNESDAY,

the

view.

on

his talented and 'ill

as

be

would to

;

£38,666.

Taree of the

are

Auctioneers

Pitt-street, on FRIDAY, their Booms, at 11 o'clock. The above valuable leasehold mises. Forest full Lodge, will bo published. shortly

BY

evening. from the

White'»

TORRENS ACT. TERMS balance in equal deposit, part« at 9 and l8 months at C per cent, interest per annum. AUCTION SALE at AGRICULTURAL HALL, TAREE, on MONDAY. 18th robmar), at li o'clock. LITHOGRAPHS OBTAINABLE, from Hear}* W. Holt, and all information, Esq J.P., of Messrs M'Donnoll and Mofiitt, of Taree, Manning River. are Solicitors to the Trustees. city, Goorge-atreet, of CREAMERIES on tho In view of the establishing Rivera and closo to this Estate, a better Northern prospect land« is before farmers of revenue from those placed possess a for producand few districts higher reputation River. tiveness than the atanning

BUNDEY

OFFERED

and is

event

opening

the

is

racing thiB

minute 20 second». of Baron de The winnings Hirsch's (£25,635) La have I leche during tho last season only once and that was in 1889, exceeded in England, of credited the Duke Portland Donovan

IB

and

R-0~T-SALE

x3

and pony

the

RICHARDSON received instructions

achool_

club

the

acceded

the 625

a

title.

hold

a

building site, to George 140ft along side. Free

;

and

same

does not transpire. The Geelong

RIVER,

E»q.,M.F., desirous

the

the'premi&os,

torily. Latest

to

FARMS,

celebrated MANNING

eompri«lng AGRICULTURAL FARMS in area from 23 acres to 50 acres. SOME FRONT the MANNING RIVER between and Tinonee and are well-known aa a portion Towds, of the late valuable property whose

on

£25 with ments

,

consisting and ehop 8 dwelling, containing shop, kitchen, rooms, awning in front, 16 land, x 106 Torrens title. account This property is for sale on of tbo National L I. Building Company, and 76 per oent of their dcpoeit will be accepted receipts towards part payment. of

the first just beyond house half-way hotel.

By

publio February,

11th

Musket, of

thrce-ycar-old covered 6i

M'Rae, by

;

WATERLOOBOTANY-ROAD,

CITY In

Myles

ESTATE,

sole._(4002)

:

shop, lana

Block of Land, 288 x Splendid two corners, throe comprising oven good sod, frontages, slope, gas and waUr at corners. Torrens Title,

MILLS, and CUMBERLAND STREETS rintrclass residential well site, about elevated, only from the 800 yards station.

2yTr~D

Mr.

SATURDAY,

PARK

HENRY

at

brick

shopand

CARLTON-SHORT,

store,

WRENCH,

with en

now Got Lithograph« ready. ESTATE COMoro PENSHURST PARK V Vendors with and Mr. PANY, Limited, they hav o arranged Myles to of Kintail, close to Ponshurst Station, advise M'Rae, buyers aa to positions and other and otherwise particulars, to assist in the

at

bv auction the above date,

5 rooms, -tin x letting

opposite

1893.

double-fronted

boundary.

only

J. and J. North.

Bell

on

and

ground,

will

ville.

"bia

at

Messrs.

sire

brush

;

;

;

is

picture

At the meeting of Club on Anniversary on the ing business

Estate.

GLEBE-BAY and CROWN STREETS, just outside of the

nearly Bennett's

auction, on the at S o'clock, PENSHURST

Limited,

one.

7th, will

WATKLN

the

hibited

sell,

auction,

FEBRUARY

TtT^E,

;

;

the

Pitt-street famous

run several trains daily to Hurstville through quick and beyond. to wind Vendors a private want to sell up being company and theretho e«tate, at a bought years ago cheap rate, fore they can and will SELL AT LOW PRICES. advised. Attendance is invited and choice

RICHARDSON in conjunction

received inRooms, at their 7th February,

George-street 4c. blankets,

313 Pitt-street,

Rooms,

>

BLOCKS.

to suit various buyers. OF ALL MORTGAGE.

easy terms IS FREE

TITLE

SALE.

OP

TO-MORROW, their

TUESDAY,

COMPACTED

or

TORRENS with

boots, of and jewellery, consisting chains, watches, gold alberts, and brooches earrings, pins, and signot, keeper, diamond,

rings. ORDER

ATKIN

city

auction,

Loan

necklets, lockets, studs, bangles

_wedding

have

sell will by THIS DAY, pawned with

P. LISTER Rooms, 274 Pitt-street, The unredeemed pledges Featcr, of tho Economical At 11 o'clock-Clothing, At 2 o'clock-Sundries silver gold and

JOHN

W

CO.

TO-MORROW,

Pitt-street,

123

and

JACOBS

ALLOTMENTS

LIBERAL

the

;

p.m. and

p.m.

and life-like of the A spirited presentment and Summer Metropolitan Cup winner, Little has been executed in oils by Mr. Montague J. at whose the order of Mr. Abrahams,

mOHLY-IMPBOVEDNEIGHBOURHOOD.

ex

and

tryating-plaoe, for 8.15 p.m.

VIEWS,

on

leave

'

2.5

;

the

12.25

and

(horses) starts at

race

j

W

W

I

in

LAND. EXCELLENT

a.m.

p.m. of bicvclo

the Lillie Bridge Grounds will visitors to convey

at trams

Special ELEVATED

11 first

takes placo trains

Special

to-day. at Tho

4.25

A programme attraction

management Club

Girl, (14.2), 6} furlongs.-Saxon Barrister, 7st 7st 101b; 8st ¡iib: Lulu, 8st7lb; Felspar, 7st 7Bt 31bj Besom, 71b Entro NoiiB,7»t 61b; Tresfeldt, Trieste, 7at 21b : Eva, 7st 21b; Tho 7st 21b; 2lb; Croan, Forest Maid. 7st lib: Hephzlbah, Miss Eostley.7st lib; Scion Breadwinner), fist 131b; Miss Elsie, 6st lllb; (lato 6st alb; Freshwater, Ost June, (¡at 01b; Folly, lllb; 6st61b. 9st 51b ; RYBS HAKDIOAP 6 furlongs_Warrlpct, (14.0), Scloanc, 8st Sst 121b; Bat 7lb 6lb; Hebe, Eurydice, Tom 7st 121b; Thumb, 7st 7lb; Tommy, Bet; Stella If., 6st 7st 51b 7st 81b; Miokoy, 121b; Floctwing, ;-Magic, lolb ; Seoundu», 101b; No Ost 6st81b; Alma, Oat Mistake, E. B" 6it 71b The Bee, est 61b Bridesmaid, Lily, est elb Tbo Dean, Cat Sib. Bat 41b WKLTEU HANDICAP 5 furlongs.-Hilda Oato Tlio (14.1), use Set 91b; 411>; Cissy, Dunce), lOit lib; Hoplwibah, Sat 31b BreadAntic, 8st 31b Sterling. bcloano, 8st Bib 7st 181b; 8st Alicia, winner, 8st 31b; Tclopia, lib; 7st lllb; Murillo, J31b; 7st Aveline, 7st Sybil, lllb; 101b Mascotte, Nellie Stowart Helen 7at (late Nicoll), Barometer, 7st «lb 7st 7st Dib; Poddy, Trojan, 91b; 7st 71b. 7st 71b Outcast, lOst POSY HANDICAP Dorrit, (13.3), 4} furlongs.-Little 8st 8si 41b; 8st 31b; Regret, Ethel, 21b; Lady'Kedfem, WaxSet lib! Wnrress, 8st¡ Pearl, 8st; 2lb: Tomki, 7st 7st 7st Ipi, 7et 101b; Ellice, 71b; Nancy, 41b; works, 101b Paton, 6n Ancient, 6st 21b; Strathmore, 7st 12lb; 6»t 81b Little Oat Miranda, Cst 101b Killarney, Dandy, Ethel 6st 41b ; Dora, «st 21b; May, 0«t; Lethe, 41b; Issie, Zillah, Gat. est; 8st GALLOWAY HANDICAP (14.2), 1 furlongs.-Kildare, Herald, Sst ¡lib; Cambria, 8st; Girl, Sst 6lb 61b; Huton 7st 6lb; 7«t 5lb; 7«t 121b ; Barrister, Signéis, Darklight, 7st; Ort The Crown, 7st Maria Hayden, Forgot-Mo-Not. Ost 12lb; Miss 131b Miss Eastley, Cat 121b Hcphzibah, 6st 61b. Ost 101b; Polly, oat 81b ; Florence, Elsie,

posiof

:

HANDICAP

Cuiinsm.a»D

;

m m M

|

PABK.

Straighttlre's

I

at

at Ino

m

m

j

THE AT

racecourse

station

(passengers). at the final

(4121)

7,

TO-MORROW,

Liverpool the local

Redfern Plan

Bay.

for

RACES. decided

SWIMMING. Club's fifth aquatic Bronto Baths on

The Waverloy celebrated

Satur-

on

m

.

î<

noon.

played

m

'

PENSHURST UNRESERVED SALE, FEBRUARY TUESDAY, ROOMS, 123 PUT-STREET, 11 O'CLOCK BHARP,

on

Fitt-stktict,

GALLOWAY ROSEHILL PONY AND to bo for the handicaps The weights on Rosehill Wodnesday next are as under

following

O

m

-

The

£10

was

Handicap. meeting under the Horse and Galloway

race

The day

40 seconds.

O

m

_

-

at the Rooms, at 10th FEBRUARY, 11 o'clock. above valuable sites at Moaamsn's view at the Rooms._

sell

sharer Hall's tho Moorefield

in

A

1 minuto

Time,

STALLION.

CRICKET. wero matches

m

~

RICHARDSON by publie auction

SHOES.

R.

tion

in.

wnippcr

TROTTING

SATÜBDAY. MELBOURNE, Baraar, report having U&mpboll andthe Sons, Kirk's American sold privatoly pnzo-takmg imported stallion Red» P. ind, toll. Blake, of Coo trotting for SOO nimbia, Coonamble, guineas.

light,

stakes at the of £405 was divided in The sum reunion on Saturday, of which Moorefield February in £90 for Mr, W. Duggan received Hegira's victory for tho Moorefield earned £75 Madiera Handicap in the Auction Mr. W. T. Cousins Stakes by her win W. O. T. Roberts, Kelso, and M. Thompson Messrs. £60 each for the of The Swell, ns performance» got and in the Handicap, Oliver Tramway Eucalyptus, Wolter and Steward»' Milo respectively. Handicap, success in Stakes Bösestem the By his Kogarah Mr. H. C. Lewis with £50, and Mr. credited (IIB) W.

a

wai

Limited,

tho

A

I

WRENCH,

have

owner

previous

figure.

OP

EALE

1.

|

and

AND

(4128)

BUILDING SITES, No«, «and capital comprising section 2, HARBOUR VIEW ES1 ATE, each having 7, frontage to tho east side of HARBOUR-STREET, 40ft. Belmont-streot and the with between Military-road, of 182ft. Oin. depth

the

subjomed. -Solem,

m

m m m

Cits

E

|

TWO

same

;

on

MON-

DAY,

tho

at

mare

are

1. OPFMNO HANDICAP -Firefly, Tow v PLATE Rosetbom, 1 Cn.u HAKDIOAP BuNorvDORF JOCKE\ HAN Die AÏ -Tomase, 1 FAREWELL,

m m

wore present. J It Hamilton, Club No P Bedford, 1 Hink-A No 2 l«nk-S Lucan 17 Emllcor. K H (captain), HmcheUtfe A E Butler, 'I C (capH ItughcH, Gcldint,, W S) Kiuk-D F A Butlur, ¡toJ Nightingale tain), 4Hink-W Andresv, ii Ni Gelding J Cutter (captain), Total, J .Forsyth 23 K Muir, C W Knieht, (captain), J Peat, 00 Club 1 Rink-J B Moore, bt. Leonards No 2 Kink -5 Iso W P Moore, J 8tc\cus (captain), Gordon, F Puno i (captain), -J W ii Liggms, TT J D G 13 î«o Hink-W H Perry, Snodgrass, 24 No 4 Kink-W W B Smith (calton), rursyth, A. J. Beard (capW. Alexander, StcpkDson J Hobson, J3. 85 tain), Total,

game

events

various

-

at

above

thought

see

Iho

attended, The resulta

Scores

,

the

let

subsequently

who

will

Limited, Pitt-street,

at the Rooms, FRIDAY, 10th February, at 11 o'clock. Above lands. Call and »eo plan MOSSMANlTBAY HEIGHTS.

ANNOUNCEMËifE BOOTS

WRENCH,

sell

sell

will

and

RICHARDSON auction, by public

_on

AT

adjustments

In the

included

and

bras»

Din.,

FRIDAY,

IMPORTANT

handicaps programme"»Uould

The Bungendore were day, and well well contested. were

m

m m

m

St

,

6ft.

the

for

JOCKEY CLUB. SATDimAT. GOULBURN, took piuco annual races yester-

;

of

prize, lowest usual Tho each nomi-

100 yards. accompany

must

sov.

the

Û seconds.

BUNGENDORE

¡

selling

Handicap

minute

1

Time,

~

x

from

Selling

;

and upwards, allow-

over February reunion Settling the Moorefield Club Rooms takes at Tattersall'» to-day. place on tho Auction After winning Stakes at Moorefield under tho hammer Saturday, Madiora was brought to Mr. I. Earnshaw, was knocked down nt £83

healthy,

fi.

RESERVE.

SHOES.

one

1}

sovs.,

Walter

fi

;

sovs.,

.

ONE or more LOTS, or the whole, district homo, just past Mrs Taylor's reachod. and will presently be very easily TITLE. CHEAP LAN1", TORRENS it. at Rooms. Lithograph Inspect

hill

2ND.-Lota 4 to 9, section 2 Lots 20, 21,22, section a 1 to Lots 0 to 12, section 6 of the CANTERBURY HEIGHTS Estate, near Bharp also convenient te the new route. atreet, railway

SALE.

AT

HÎPÔRTANT AND

the

on

prize,

;

of

timo

75

:

'

TERMS

71b, 7»t fee of

the of mile

;

_

above MON

DAY,

yards

horse 10 sovs. 1 mile and

second

sovs.,

nation. The

from

50

at

sovs.

Handicap

for three-year-olds be sold for 100 and

75 sovs., winner to

C furlongs

weight, entrance

depths.

good

«ites,

70

ROAD.

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BOWLS. Clubs met on Saturday Leonarda of tho in their green matoh on tho beautiful in The greatly North Club. game was mon the last Halt favour of the St. Leonards till hour of tho when tho Cook Park playors game, on the the game by only forged ahead, and won post of tho one A large point number of the admirers The

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80N, Willlamson's for Vendor._(41251 HEIGHTS:

Solicitors King-street, CANTERBURY

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Rosehill February tills forenoon.

l8 Austrian Chain, 14, to Case» Walnut 4ft. Oin. Bedsteads, 12 Casos 2in. Taper rod ana roa and ocaaea headed mung filling assorted J Casos Walnut Overmantels, Perambulators. 8 Oases Dunklcy's

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ABhOLUTE SALE. FOR CONCERNED. RISK OF THOSE ACCOUNT andROOMS. 123 PITT-STREET. AT THE FEBRUARY 6, THIS DAY, MONDAY, O'CLOCK BHARP. AT 11

ON

and

rooms

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for

sovs.,

65; C. Jones,B. "Laertes," Thompson,^70, J. M'lnnos. 100, 00 W. J. 05 M'Cormack,M'Donalo. 110; 1\ P. W. E. C. Kingt, F. Price, A. Burton, 120; W. N. Shaw, 125, 145. 140; L. Osborne,

Lawson, Burton,

F. Kilner, F. Johnson, 110 W. T. Tallon,

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to Qaecnttreet, having 50 feet frontage by a which are erected the folof 62ft., upon HOUSE, built of brick premisos :-No. l8, cemented in slate foundations, front, 5 rooms and kitchen. No. 20, roof, containing COTTAGE, of »tono and wood, conSMALL S rooms No. 22, SMALL and kitchen taining and COTTAGE, of stone wood, containing 2 onstono

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depth lowing

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February

10th

their at

230 PITT-SIREET.

228 and

JACOBS Rooms,

at

auction,

LAND,

comprising drawers and cupdoors, with plate-glass Bookcases, and Desks Office Tables boards, Suites Safes, Cedar and Pino Bedroom Cedar Chiffonier Cedar and Pino Wardrobes, and Lounges, Cane Chain of Drawers Codar and Pius Chests doors, plate-gloss in cedar and pino psirToilofc. in cedar Washstands and Toilet Tables, Gingie and Double and pine Cedar Wardrobos Cedar and Pine Chiffoniers, Tables and Dressen, Pine Meat Safes pine Kitchen Extending Tables Dining Fine and Coder Toilet» and Whatnots, Fairs Mahogany and Walnut Stands Chiffoniers, Tables Occasional Sideboard», and B. and G. Overmantel». Walnut Superior Cedar

EDWIN at their

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THE 'TURF. and ia to owners trainers reminder given closo with the nominations that p.m. to-day M. for the undermentioned Mr. Seale, secretary, item« on tho card for the Canterbury Park February on tho instant takes 18th reunion, which place 2 miles Flying .Hurdlo Race, a handicap of 60 sovs., tho of 70 sovs., from Handicap second horse 10 sovs. a of 50 6 furlongs handicap prize, Park Stakes, A

W. J.

The Imp, 8st 7lb 7nt (Bmns), 2; Principle, (Jacques),!; 3. Other starters : Innaminoka, Hortcnaius, (M*Lean), Gardener, Malula, Bronte, Wrangler, Princess. Tho Syllato 1 v. Betting 4 to 1 v. bus, Repent, Trout. Principle, dividend, £10.Is. Won by Imp and Princesa.third. Totalisator 1 minuto Time, a nose, a good 10J seconds. 121b HANDICAP, 7nt FLYING 5} furlongs.-Handover, 101b (Quinn), 2 Russian, a*t 1 8st (Ferry), Tinstream, 3. Other starters La Grippe, 7lb Herod, (Hodgkins), 2 to 1 v. Middlesex, Sea Breeze. Betting Ragamuflin, 3 to 1 v. 4 to 1 v. Handover, to Tuutream, Ragamuffin, a good third. 1 v. Russian. Won cosily by tn o lengths,

1 ¡ Mr. 5 years, 6st 111b (JI'Aulifle), Btuart-Twinkle (nil), 6st lllb (Jones), ns br (nil), 6 years, J. Payten g Avenger lllb Lovel aged.7st (£50), 2¡ Mr. H. Gamut's br m Lady lllb! Marl The Miner, Ost 3. Other starten (Garland), a to 1 v. : 6 to 4 on Lady Lovel, Madeira 6st lllb. Betting borough, othcra. 4 20 to 1 v. to 1 v. Madeira, Avenger, and won by a length and a half from mado all tho running ran closo up, with unkindly, Lady Lovel, who Avenger, Time, 1 and came The Miner Marlborough. and then minuto l8 seconds, of 60 sov»., lowest weight a STKWAIIDB' Mur, handicap by ns b g Olher, M. Thompson 7»t 71b, 1 rade.-Mr. 1 ; Mr. II. 6 yesn, 8st 91b (Dugdale), Goldsbrougb-Etbel, 7lb Rosestem, 6 years, 8at 21b, including C. Lewis ns br g b o Platoff, 8 yean, F. Gilroy ns 2 ¡ Mr. penalty (Jones), Aurellus, Hist FerOther starten: 7st Tib 3. (Egan), 9st 51b; Tho Rat. Ost ; Wild Bird, managh, »st 7st; Luna, Set 8st 71b; Grayling, 9stJ Zelendia, Sst lllb: Lapidist, ast 8st5!b; The Stroller, 8st 61b ; Frolio, 61b! Rocklands, 8st ¡ Agra,est; Cobweb, 81b 8st 3tb Watchligbt, Frank, 71b. 4 to 1 v. Platoff. 7at Betting: "at Mb; Royal Arch, The Rat and 1 each v. 6 to 1 v. Luna, 8 to each v. Oliver, Frank, The 10 to 1 Stroller, and Wild Bird. 20 to 1 v. others. Zclondi», Rosestem, Bird hung at whilo Wild Tho Stroller was first to move, took temRocklands the post. AH they raced down hill hu resis; command, which at the furlongs' post porary followed Fcrmanngh, by Oliver, signed to Tho Rat, who, the back showed the Frolic, and the favourite, way along stretch and round the bend to the homo turn, where carno and after the pair Frolio was the favourite, leading the leaden at the Rosestem and Oliver. Tho latter joined was in a whence a great battle fought out, ending distance, a Rosestem, who was half-length for Oliver from victory wa« a, Frolic distance in ads*anco of the favourite. similar Watch and was succeeded by Luna, Zelcndia, fourth, good Aurellus, Arch a» and Agra, with Royal acting

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ENGLISH AND FURNITURE,

SUPERIOR

l8,20,

SALE

ROOMS, 123 PITT-STREET, i, February DAY, MONDAY, SHARP. commencing AT 11 O'CLOCK at the THIS

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Nos.

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to cosí this Anglo-AustraCalling only smart lasian lmer another of her long ycstcrdav nteaming London to B) dnej ßho distance performances, a full and 22 who arrived m has enrgo passengers, flrstrate have tho health, thoroughly enjovod trip tenus of and speak in complimentary Captain hw oiUcers and the A A line Hepworth, left London the 17th DeThe Port Denton at 11 p m on on the following morncember and passed Dov cr at 5 a.in Channel ona across She experienced head w inds down ing Off t*io the face of tho Capo riniaterre Ba> of Bi*caj in conscquenco of tho wind freshened to i strong gale, and, rad to bo considoroblv speed heavy head sea the voters boatswain and reduced for 28 hours the gale the Dilling *>cas All'i received frum one of tho heavv three injuries on which brokoon board Las Palmas was reached tho owing to holidav-makingand tho conseillent 24th and, not diflicuHv in lab oui, tho was procuring t-oaling until 7pm next do> tho accomplished past,engt.rs Prom their Christmas day on the genial is'and enjoung to moderate north-east trade winds wrro Las Palmus lignt and 15 W The airs and carr ed to 8 N lot long light winds were of uhrrt duration cairns which divide the trade with in i N lat ho the pouth-oast trades met being Janunrv, and tho was crossed at noon, on 1st equator head wind hero freshened to a strong lhroughout, trades at adv erne winds wero e vccptionally strong these and a attaining the forco of a fresh raising times ualc, tho ves Us head sea which impeded progieitly heavj of The south-cant trades f? tended to the tape gress tho head swell far to tho southward and Good high Hope of cape thus for 0000 mile head eastward that nearly violent, and lugh head seas hod winds, frr the most pait between tho and the cape to bo contended with equator at m on tho 12th of Jnn 10p Cape Point Lght was sighted shaped for the Crozet Island« Beuarv, nnd a courso tho Croreta fre?h winds the Capo and westoil> tween as theso islands wro obtained, to tho southward veering and tlio meridian of and between tho Cnwcts approached teilv winds again fora Island strong north we Kerguelen of Kertho v OJUCI TO the north-eastward time favoured accomin 8 light variable winds and calms, 48 guelen miatv weather prorailcd for l8 panied by fog ondthiek and as the surface of the sea gave hours temperature in an current, it evidence of the vessel being ice-bearing to reduce the Kneed Tho wind was considered adv lEablo westward to a moderate tho freshening from the gale, and a wind was earried to weather leading cleared, when the wind the meiidion of Capo Leuwin, hard ahead for 24 hours barked to north east and blew winds ahead a to this variable mostly thenco port nnd fog on swell and unsettled weather, li gh head character of approaching King Island Kept up this on l\cverinon> previous experienco w eather right along moro unfavuuriblo for have the elements proved this toute of a Tho mileage making good pawsage greater 47th 4f*th was made between tim and tho casting latitude reached being 48"28 B the parallel«? highest and are as follows The names of tho officers engineers chief officer, '*Lr A B Cot second Mr It Walter thud officer, Mr B W Whittingofllcer Mr J Tiûblie Alex Weir chief Mr ham fourth officer Mr engineer, T H Onfflthr third engineer, Mr M M'Cunn, pecond fourth Atr C Mr O Wilson engineer, engineer purser and chief Talbot fifth Mr E Maillard, engineer and Co the ntcward Hess-v represent Gibbs, Bngut, line in Australia. THE

Horn»,

-

Binga

for London, \ »7öO tons, Captain Scipiow, Dordogne Via Antwerp and Dunkirk CN 2*-bS tons Tnnci, for HongChingtu, («), Captain via and Mrs lharap-*on, kong ports Passengers-Captain Mae Arthur Fawcett, Mr and Mr« Andrews, Mr* Captain and children, AB and Mi's Kov lathers ihrea Kell}, AV Korsnllera, Loublanc and Mr P Roussel Joseph, Mr Heaps, Mr ono L*nns, Orno (Japaneso), Solomon*, Melbourne IS Chinese From Adelaide Prom l>latkDirl 3 Chinese ¿Newcastle 11 Cliinese Froin J A for Ham btabsfurt tona, Captain Orgel, (s ), J312 biu-g tons, AV. H SiHcr Cloud, 2^2 Captain barqucntmc, foi Monal an, via Newcastle Híaj-, A for 3 ra 127 tons, Curtain II G Morrisby, (s), and 8 rden and Hobart Ï assen^crs-Mrs Jamieson Alias Messrs James, F. lu mer, and 3 in children Baird*, (s

It and 13, Horsos, are. SON.-At Bazaar, Homebush, Cattlo.

atrcct, arreot,

-

for

poie,

AVOTI0N

at

HÄTTE

LLOYD and COLLINS'S BALE COMMENCES THIS DAY. ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS. GLOVES AT RIDICULOUS PRICES. FAKABOLB AT HALF-PRICE. Hosiers-, Shoes, Lace Boots, Good», Fancy Handkerchiefs, Leather Goods, Fanes' Goods, China to., Ornamenta, from 30 to 40 per cent. Ac, Ac, all reduced GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT. Bocks. Ties, Shirts, Collars, Underwear, Handkerchief», Bean-os, Tennis Tennis Vesta, Lounge Suit«, Sashes, Jacket», and every of Qcntlcmen'a description Mercers', all reduced in prlco 20 to 40 per oent. LLOYD and COLLINS, 803 Ocorgo-streot.

Jlohenzollurn,

XT

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A

KJ

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Dendj,

Breokwoldt.

at

Company s B.M nu3 berthed morning Ba> 8ho brought

PORT Palmas flniched

O

who

Woodhead,

THE Fall Mall Gazette announces that the Home Rulo proposals of Mr. Gladstone will include the creation of a House of Lords in Dublin. AT Buenos Ayres the Banca Roma, Rio Plata, has suspendod of the in oonsoqueneo payment,

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Messrs Beadell, JA es, Trenfoot, James, Beaumont, AV James, H. Dolo, Darke, E Kitchio 'I James, Rintoul, B Massie, J 1 Cathcart, W "Walker, Gillighan, J Gio,er, Manwell, Grace, J Locke, Buchanan, Tod, Inglis, A G Lang, Duncnn, C Hodgson V Galbraith, Craig, Small, Summerbell, Bawlftnd, Dr Burnard, Shaw, Borne, Be\. Mr Captain Biddj, Mead, Mrs Dunbar, and Captain

for

Oceanic

THE at Las

O'ConncU-«ijoet._

2.30,

Famlture,

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AV C White, "Wood, H. C. AVhito, and Dean, Carter, C»Mn the steerage C Dingle, for Melbourne Adelaide ), 1711 tors Captain (s Miss and Adelaide Passengers-Mrs Harker, Harker, Misses Lucas, Hunter, N .Misa M Harker, Gregory». Dunn Spier*, Gregorj, (2), Laplaui. Beadell, had}, Harland Mesdames Tunics, Hegan.C B Byrao and child. Mr and Mrs Da* idaon, Mr and Laurie, Miss Trail, Brail, 2 and Mrs Downe« and Mrs Aloore, Mr children, and Mr and Mrs Mi and Mr* Bourne child, Basa,

in the titecrago Baimen (s ) _014 tons, \ m Port Kembla

Co-

,

A-stlej, B m,

62

Bazaar, Camperdown, at

Pledges. THE BAILIFF.-At

Norkoowa(s ), lobiufirj i, Lubra, ), Saxoma (s), (B (s). Garron und Bosednlo (s ), AVyouiing {a), 5, »c1 ODncr», from Sydney Icbruary Hilder, Nellie, Titus from Camden Haven (s ), La*by (s ), from schooner, Suter Melbourne Namoi (s Balmain (B ) Hally Bayley, ), Lcho schooners, ketch, Cloud, Ijjterpnie, Mary AVarner, from Marie, lannio Fisher, 6}dne\ Hebe, brig«*, barque, for leoruarv 4, Grace Gibson barque, Departures Park, for with AVmdsor whip, Panama, 770 tons coal, Tekapo (s ), f or Lyttelton, AV>ommg (s ), for L}ttelton, Richmond, Rosodnlo (s}, for Port Macquarie, tho Lubra (s ), Newcastle (s Soxonin AVostern (s ), ), (a), ».chuoner, for S}dney 5, schooner Garron, iobruarj Olga coal, for for Honolulu, witvi 770 tens Daphne, rchooner, for Sydnej Minora, barque, Dungeness, lebruan I Helen Nicoll fw A AMD*-Departures (s.), 's ), for Svdnc> Bnv Citv of Grifton

S Alameda arrived early on at (Vwpoi AVharf in AVool Snturda} loomooloo a fa i number of passengers welî with and those in charge, and pleased the ship mndo very pleasant ncross the Pacific a pwogo H Mor*o the RMS Alameda Cai tain G repiitsthit ultimo arrived at left Sin Francisco on Otli at 4 15 p m ultimo departed at 10 50 3Innolulu on ICth at 0 30 am same on 24th ultimo at Apia at7am, pm day1124arrived auckland on at am, for pilot departed stopped Auckland on OOtli ultimo at 11 a m mil ed from SlBt ultimo at 12-Mam, stopped for February 4 at 5 Svdney pilot wharf Px a m and waa berthed at tho company*« fine weather and moderato sea the penencod throughout Tho mails weio three davs late passage English to weather in the Atlantic Mr owing hea\y Thomas Djwaell chief officer who was on the homeward injurel as well as could bo evpeetcd nt the pa sage was improving ecu Morse has with Gji « Hospital in Ifonolulu Captain staff -Mr Thomas B chief him. the following Deering second officer Mr G O officer Mr Shermon Coarsen, Lovdal Little, chief third officer, Mr A D engineer J Case, Air Mr 1 B button purser. Air F surgeon Btoward Mr 8 H Church Ant O N Clark chief Mr »second assistant assistant engineer J H Quinlan engineer Mr J Durham, third assistant engineer

4

M'M Smith,

KISS.-At

J.

oireular

NBWCASTLB Melbourne A\ctcrn ta),

1

ALAMEDA.

EMS.

SALES THIS MAT.

OF

DÍBECT0R8: Humphery, M.L.C., I

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THE MAIL. STEAMEHS. RMS Ballaarat hence Oth January, arrived at on the 1st instant AVednesda} evening, hence left Melbourno The R AI S Austral, to London, last. Adelaido on Saturdn) Tho Polvnesicn, from Marseilles, passed Gabo» Island noon yesterday The lombo

Uiver.

CLEAHANCES. -FrnnoAnv 4. Ttotomnhana (s tons, Captain for ), 1727 Georgo Allman, Auckland Bas. engerí-Captain und Airs Brown, Mr und ili-s Mr and Mri J 33 Brannigan Ewing and «on, E Smith, Mr and Mra Ljona and Dr and Airs child, b FniT, Air and Mr« G Corns, Mr Air und Mrs G B Mr and Mi's Mrs Munro and Mi J Dawes Thro«b}, Boo and I children, Mrs nut! infant Aire Hard}, Mrs Mrs Owen, Mi's Cane\,Mr.i Collins and child Iwocol,Mrs Alexander, Mrs Bush aud 2.1*1 bait and hilaren Mrs Aira child Mrs "Moremcnt, Airs ÎYund and child,

16th

Francisco

TELEGRAPHIC

j

Tweed

rockley that tho steamer Captain Taplin rcpocta Burrawong crossed tho Maclea} bar at 10 a m and nrrhed nt S}dney 6th moderato N E wind at 6 TO a tn on the Experienced fresh and S E wind to to Newcastle, thenoo southorly arrival Citv of GrafJ Magee that the steamer Captain reports ton crowed the Clarcnco bar on Saturdaj at 6 IB p m, arm ed in Sydne> on Sunday at 30 p ni crossed L 1 arrell that the steamer Electra Captain reports fith arrived in Bvdnej 10 IG p m Manning bar, 9 40 am same date Mot with \amble winds and showery weather H M S Rapid leaves for Melbourne and Hobart to

i

and

B>ion Bay

the

;

of wnt.ng. notavoseel quoted says, at timo for Australia, with tho exception of tho A. Sandford will have part cargo of (which and nothing is engaged to load. Oregon pine to Sydney,, for grain had since Christmas, and 22s Freights improved Gd was offered when the wail closed. freights ore Higher looked for lumber: 32s 6A; Port for. Freights B>rtncy, Position of tonnage at Ban Francisco, Sth JanuPino. 40s. 96,000 in 1.392. Dis1893. engaged 26,000, as against ary as 40,500 tons last in port, tons, against engaged 146,000 as against 390,000 in Janu To arrive: 265,000 tons, jeor. wero on 6th January, from 1632. There in port arj, Newcastle: Andrada, Allerton, S>dnoy and Agenor, Anthusa, Bardowic, Blairgowrie, Bothwell, Andola, Drumeltan, Fort Countiebank, Dominion, Durbridge, Hiawatha, Stuart, Gwalla, Grasivndalc, Mashona, Glenluj, Talisman. Pclous, Samaria, Nereus, Netherby, Palgrave,

i

for

),

Company's on

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,

is.),

«teamer Fobrunry.

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fl.

per German the gist

;

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Kembla.

in

AXD at 10.80 and INGLIS la, Horses, &c. at F. L. BARKER-At Homebush, Sheep. (ia. F. IV. HUDSON_At at 12.30. Beef, Pyrmont, at (Beef, ¿so. H. M'NAMAKA.-At 12, Hay-street, at 11, 8. LEVIN.-At 63 Qoorgo-etrect West, Furniture, &c. MIDDLETON AUB CO.-At Bogent-strcot, at 2.30, Furniture, &c. W. Victoria-tcrmce, CRANE, JUK.-At Olenmoro-road, at 2, Furniture, &c. at Horehead-stroet, Paddington, at ».Furniture, Sec. Redfern, HARRIS AXD ACKMAN.-At New Auction Mart, at 11, Overmantels, &c. at Ventnor, Lciohhardt Furniture, at Household Furniture, éso. street. Waverley, 11, SHERIFF.-At verandah of Bupremo TnE Court, King Titlo and Interest of the at 12, Right, Top street, Bindera Gold-mining Company. Land, &e. CO.-At Labour Bazaar Auotion A. MOORE AXD Rooms,

loading schooner Jano

that the steamer Captain AV O Hersoo reports Bega left nt Atcnmbula at 11 a m Tdon on the 4th instant, 8 a m called Tathra nt 1 80 ntn at MonBermagui at 5 20 p ra tague Island, ulladulla on the fith instant at 1 am, an at 8 a m entered Hoads at 12 15 p ra AVollongong nmved at Compam » AVharf at 12 45 p m Experienced weather and thick throughhflit eastcrl) wind«, cloudy out

Newcastle

due

TUESDAY,

on

W.

was

,

PEOJFCTrD DEPAETUEK8 -rKURüAnv It M b Parramatta, for London via port»; Comm» [« ), wa Newcastle Lubra for for Launceston, Eden; (a.), (h.), Brimnvarr (s ), for Shoalhaven ports ; Ula New* tlo, for South Coast porta; Coraki %\.irraCoiiipttn>'aHteauier, It» er and Brunswick Bner, Karuah. for Uie'mond t>

The

I

wa

Singapore

6.

,

,

HOUSE -Entered Outward 4» Leura COSTO» February J D Bwansea, 1186 tons Captain Toy for Brisbane, (s). for Gippsland 60 tons, Barrett, Lakoa, Alameda, Captain for San Francisco, via AuckRMS Captain H G Morse, land and Honolulu Tohn Vine Hall surveyor to the By tho Alameda Captain official notification Bureau Venta« at this port, received of his ns of the Board of Underappointment correspondent writers of New Aork in succession to tho late Captain

ports landon*

be

transmission

noon

ABSTRACT

OATJFOENIAN BHIPPINO. dates 9th ultimo were received on to the last. Sailings include the George Saturda) Thompson, for with from tho 807,000ft. lumber, Vancouver; Sydney, for with the Port Pme, 700,000ft ; 8iam, Abeona, Messrs. Chfford from Tacoma, with about 1,100,000ft. the Moore's circular George Thompson, which says will have grounded lu the Fraser River, likoly flouts. Tho to discharge before she part cargo Australian demand for lumber was repoited to be small. San

ft

via

for

,

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Ó Port

Office up to

.1

,

Orient per Loudon

Kingdom

£55,000.

paid-up,

OF

nhair-a«, Tbc Hau. F. X. vice-chairman. Itollo A Capo, Eau., G. A. Mulray, W. C. Goddard, Esq. Esq. M.L.C, The Hon. 8. A. Joseph, Administrator, Tru» Thia Company acta a» Executor, or tee, or RealisaAttorney, Agent in the Management tion of Batate» or InToatment oí Funda, and ia prepared to toko over Trust». existing eo-tinne Solinitora for Truata tranaferred to aot for th» Trust. A. PERCEVAL BEDFORD, Manager. Ko. 1337. 16 Tclophone Offices-Imperial-chambers,

Germany

,

,

the United Austral will

*l,O0O,OO0¡

BOARD

,

I

Manakuu,

10

ö bags cases iron, 1 CARO ling lemonpeel, copper, and varnish, 1 balo canvas, 80 packages merchandise, sundries 276Sbaga sugar, 10 cases for "Wellington, Hauroto(s), 11 cascB 4 bales machinerv, 37 nuarter-easks whisky, cigars, 51 mats, cases 25 cases milk, 4 cases pianos, 25 cases (fin, 5 cowes mineral waters, 18,000ft. tinker, tonto, 48 bales 41if 16 pieces pile ends, 500 spokes, 200 felloes, pieces kapok, 5 cases 15 crates 1200 hardwood, cases book?, bottles, fruit, 0 boiler 3 casks skins, casks lune juice, 197 hides, tubes, 5 cases 9 racks hides 3 typewriters, 30 drums drapery, oil, 1400 tons coal, and Bundries cases

for

Commons. Ho defeated Mr. stood in the Home Rale interest,

BY ACT CAFITAL:

Bubaoribed,

PARCEL MATT* United Poreelf adareased to the Kingdom, EfjrpN countries ria tho United and certain Kingforeign tho Parcels Omeo, dom, will bo received at Goorge Orient strcet, for transmisión per ntcamor Cuíco, SATURDAY, the nth to noon on February. up but Pnrceli must not bo posted in a letter-box, must be to the neoessaty declaratoken the Parool* Office, wharo Parocls tion as to their contents and value must bo signed. ßdilveased to v?iil alxo be received at the Parcels

,

<

for

for IFDIIUAUI

Mails

BOOTH

1NC0BP0RATED

letter.

NEW YOBK SHIPPING. York dates It MS Alameda aro to ta hand by tho and December Arkell 3lat Mesirs Douglas report "Ihe onlv vessels for Australasion actually loading ports aro Anna I tlie for Melbourne, an for Herbertlm, Kiandra, w Inch «hors how small is the of trade Adelaide, proportion compared to foi mer tiraoi The Wandering JLW will go on the berth for S>duh> in a day or two Tho Karl of Zetland is chartered for Melbourne Binro our lost we havo to the uno and have just despatched ship fialsettc, S>dnoyNairnnbiro closed the for Brisbane The latter barque -vessel wdl havo 21,200 case« kerosene the Dunbntton, oil, for Svdney, ha* 21,000 cases, the Kiandra, fur ju_t sailed, will hav o 21,000 cases, and the Anna Adelaide, Herbcrtha, for Melbourne, about 13,000 cases Tho inFreights creased cüsst of vessels has caused somo advances in current and for Januarj loading they will rule,-ror S>dnc), lates, Ile to for 10o. to for Melbourne, Ile 12o loo Zealand to 16c For tho New ports Adelaide, This nominal rates are as low as 12c rato which on berth is named for vessels are not tho their Vessels now and intended destinations are loading to Earl of Zetland, 1401 tons, for Melbourne, soil 1st shin, to February, Wandering Jew, ship, 1C50 tons, for Sydney, sad 25th January, 712 tons, for Jörgen Bang, barque, Dunedin and to sail 20th January AnnaHcr L>ttclton, bcrtha, 1010 tons, for Melbourne, to sad 6th January, and John M'Dermott, for 530 tous, Dunedin, Nelson, AucUond, 3rd January, Clan I erguson. 799 tons, to sail 20th Januarv Mar) Hasbrouck, for Dunedin to soil ondAuckland, 7ÍW tons, for Lytteltcn, Wellington, barque to mil 1st 1 ebruavy, Kiandra, barque, 890 tons, for Adeto sail 3rd January laide, and Co 'a shipping circular of MOMI-H H W Peabodv Dunbntton flint December contains the -The following .sailed on 27th December with port cargo for Newcastle 9 to 10 cents Melbourne, 10 to 11 Freights Svdney, 14 cents cents IS cents BrisAdelaide, Fremantle, ¡New Zealand, l8 cents bone, 16 cents ,

rpHE X

;

steamship March*

Adrertinmentg. TBÜSÍEE 00. OF NSW WALES, Limited. Oï PARLIAMENT.

_Bpeoltl PEBMANENT

Kingdom

New

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(H

Continent

14 vessels, 42,118 tons Germany 27 sailers, 2628 tons, 41 steamers, 15,106 tons total, 17,734 tons Norvessols, 7 sailors 4105 7 tons total, 4195 tons, Denway vessels, mark 3 sailers, 1010 tons total, 3'vessels, 1010 tons 1 France 1 mailer, 250 tons total, 250 tons Totals vessel, 1892 57 for 51 sailers, 9406 tons, steamers, 110,492 toni total, 108 vessels, 119,058 tons Total in 1891 48 sailers, 11,127 tons, 45 steamers, tons 93 vessels, 49,370 total, 60,497 taus

I

fitjisvfurt

for the United of Europe, but, up to ï.90 p.m., only, up to S p.m. ; SftdtAeioz. Newspapers,-1.00 p.m. will barecerrnd Loto letters for the Continent of Europe st tho General Post Omeo to 3 p.m., and for the up United Kingdom unto 4 p.m.; Into fee, 2)d each letter. for the united Late letters Kingdom and foreign countries con be posted in the Lata Letter Hediera Box, Rodway No. 5 platform, late each Station, up to 5.5 p.m. fee, fid

and January, so he should

...

(s Piinkirk, ), lor in \ for Hamburg Aberdeen is ), for wa London, Capetown. Climi'tu (s ), for Hongkong, via porta IMiiiowcn Auckland ana ports (s ), for Jtotoinabana (a ), for Auckland and ports locura Brisbane and ports (a ), for 3Tauroto ), for and porta. (B Wellington nu Eden Bora (R ), for Hobart, Mclbournu and Adelaide Adelaide }, for

3)oi£Ïogne

40

ca«os

4.

Zealand and Antwerp, and port**

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23rd direct,

on

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DEPAHTUKES-FiännDABV wa New fur London,

the

Sydney

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and group» adjoining; then for (25tbj leasing here about the 21st instant.

BAMOAN SHIPPING. left The barque Now Zealand Apia for Mtdtfanna coora on the 18th ultimo, whero she will complote loading for schooner was The American Martha S Tuft to Luropo with leave for Ban Francisco about the 25th ultimo a cargo the wrecked consisting of wreckage from war principal^ vessels Trenton and Vandalia Tho stafollowing tistics have been compiled Smith, II B M., by Mr Cusack Consul for Samoa, showing the total which has shipping entered the port of Apia dunng 18^2 It will bo seen that whüo the 93 vcesola which entered in 1601 amounted to a of G0.497 tons, last j cir (1892) 308 vessels, with tonnage 119 thus showing on increase of 51,401 tons 0r>S tons, entered, This increoso is almost duo to the of tho calling entirely ocean mail steamers Port of Apia Entncs in 1802 United States 0 077 tons, Millers, 17 steamers 54,004 23 54,741 tons Great Britain 7 tons total, vessels, tons sailers, 700 tons, 20 steamers, 41,822 total, S3

3 fruit, *i5 packages mer box rood, acid, COO cases kegs chandro, and sundries New Zealand Miowera fs for Auckland and porte ), 5 cases 500 tons coals 442 mats 70 cases gate iron, sugar, 32 casks 5 casks oil, fruit, 2 casks tubes 2 bales socks, curry, 3 bags 35 10 cases calfskin«, 90 bags bonedust, cases cHairs, 200 hides 21 case varnish, milphuno acid, 2 drums acid, SO 3 cases iron bundles 19 iron tubs«, 25 galvanised kapok,

.

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615 toni O "W Herseo, from Eden, Be<îa (fi), Captain poits Mrs Cook, Mrs Pas?engere-Mrs Burgess, Miss Murdoch Mu lunks Mrs Mi*a Beach, Spearman, Miss While, Misses Smith Miss Miss Beckman, (J), Bojd, Tunks, Mews Dick, Wren Holford, Nicoll, Hutchins, Murdoch, Demstor, Master .Millnrâ, "Walsh, Burgess, Master M Mahon Mostci U'Boron, and 4 m the steerage Illawarra 8 N Coinr-anj, Limited, agents from Burrawong (s ), 311 Urns, Captain Taplin, Macleay Passengers-Mrs Mrs Btv IT 4th 1 ouruor} Davis, Kelly, Messrs Miss rites, Miss Davis, Miss Chapman, M'Loaran, Hales, W J «im W J Gnicie, i O J Kelly, Hartlc, C G Horne, iii. ntl», J M'Cann, A J Captain Sydenham, H Me.«irs C Coghlan, H loud, W lordhara, A Byron, in North Masters and 9 the ateerago Anderdon, Vcrgo {S), Coast b N Companj, Limited, ogenta Üurakii .070tons, from Fort (s), Captain Donaldson, Tiiio 1st Icbruarj G S Yuill and Co agents C< nona J ß (s ), 1279 tom, Captain Mason, from Belen to ¡Newcastle F W lambi, route Jackson, agents tons, R L from Lubia (s 4G7 Captaui Monnigcl, ) Newcastle and Hunter River Newcastle 4th Icbruar> Bb ogenta Companj, Limited, Skinner, from New Now castle (s 1251 tons, Captain ), eaatlc 4th Fcbumry Newcastle and Hunter River S S Compati}, Limited, agents Ringarooma, H M 8 cruiser, R N Captain Bourke, from and Now Calodomu bonum, liji,

(5

Gilbert,

1

vm

Barmen

butter,

.

Oijent

bugautino,

Ki kegs

i

Limitad, amenta "W. Featherstone, from Oonah (s }, 1(P5 tons, Captain Pii Mrs Hobart 3rd l.bruarv engcra-Mrs Jacobs, Mrs Wiso and Roberts AM-S MIS D lunev maid,Mrs Pf tenon, Collins and Mr** Stow art, Mrs Mrs Nelson, Mrs Miss maid Mr-j Collins Hull, Miss Cosgrove, Miss Gibbm, Mi vi Is» mes Miss Miss Boultbr-e Messrs Johnston, Chapman Somerville, O Connor, llei.çhwaj, Peteison, Bibby, *Vi alker, Dunn, HendPif-on, Lawrence, Mitchell, Cooper, Brown 1 ebon, Dowling, Ciroto, DeUncj li ill, Hourigan Robin Brooks, Lvo hie wart 1 dwarda, lioboiLs, Collins, "Wiilluei., Peterson, Crew Lwen, Collins oil, 'labb, (J), and the F W Mister Wihe, 6 m stocruge Jackbon,

Cloud,

4 bides,

1103 bags potatoes, 309 bag« onions, 11 bags peas, 25 cases 16 casos 26 cases 2 J-coskswhiskv, currants, IO boxes starch, 20 cases 20 bags piper, 20 socks oi to, blue, 73 hops, 27i>5 emrtieg 67 bundles flour, 158 lengths hay, packages tin 160 boxes 12 boxes mustard, 05 bales pipe, plates, chaff, 10 cases axes, rice, 28 bags coses buttei, 14 50bags turnips 10 cases D30 coses fruit, and 204 packages aúncheese, anos 903 (s 4th Fobruary nora ), for Hobart, empty casks, 4 cases iron 800 tons 2 shutters, coal, packages mattresses, and sundries 3 cases 20 Rotomahana ), for Auokland marble, (s 25 casos tea, 100 cases milk, 82 bogs bark, 253 packages gin, i tin 4 IOS felloes, 25 pairs shafts, 91 ingots bags bones, G crates rdeel platos, boiler 3 cases leather, 13 tubei, buttles, 500 tons cool, and sundries Tasmania (a ), for Hobart 4W tons coal, 30 head cattle, 15 casos nett in c, 10 coils 4S6 head sbeop, 176 rolls rope, 4 casos 20 bundles wiro, 15 cases brandv, schnapps, drapery, stationer), Ö empty casks, 3G melons, 1 bale paper, 2 pnrcels

agent*. Lltctm 915 tons, Edward Farrell, from fs), Captain 4 Mnun 1 iver Passengers-Mw L Gollon, D(_r lebruary Mrs butulan Me«« \v "W Morris, T Maher, W Nolan, Scott, J M Poulter, W J Blunt, J Appleton, Master fccott and 7 in bccond cabin North Coast BN Company,

SiHti

1 horse,

^_

,

,

(a

poultry, aundria».

6 cases potatoes, 15 bogs maize, 25 cases potash, myrbine, 53 cases 200 bárrela 8 cases cement, pieces umber, 0 onions, 460 tons coat 69 packages 50 tons fronts, maohinery, wire 12,250 bars 146 37 packagas cable, pigs lead, 2 0 20 cases 126 sacks 107 bales metal, hogsheads wine, 20 bales zinc 401 bags 0 tons 200 bogs fungus, horseshoes, 25 40 sacks flour, 0 nales 7 coils quarter-bogs rope, 21 bags beche-do-mor, CO packages brass package« copper, b4 15 tins 895 packages glass, 25 packages copnor, nails, piecos tires, 6 bags springs, 4 160 pieces 3 packages axles, butter, and sundries bag» tiles, 20 case* Stassfnrt (a ), for Hamburg, via Melbourne 6367 bales wool, 5816 bags ore, 285 baga ludes, 89 boxes quarts crystal, and 24 oases sundries Kembla Barman (s ), lor via Port Singapore, Hanbcrg, wood 50 coses oil, SOOOtons coal for Singapore preserving Aberdeen (a ), for London, via Melbourne and Cape5 cases town 2062 ingots tin, 21 kepa colouring, 304 sholl, casks tallow, 1165 bogs matt«, 38 boxes 2 bags salt, opium, merchandise, 40 cases 867 1 casacigarn, 1 package pelts, 004 bales bags antimony, 1791 tacks flour, 12 bales leather, Pud cargo froai Newcastle wool, Leura (s ), for Brisbane and ports 701 packages ten, 14 kees oil, 20 ca«es nails 20 bogs oatmeal. 20 bags sawdust,

Mrs and Dr rullar leitch, Fullarton, and Co agent« lEîmoÀïv» S Port Denison Html ian ¡3500 (Anglo-Au lino), tons, Captain M W UNIt, from London 17th Campbell liepvroith, Los Palmas _5th December or December, Passengers-1 Mr and Mw Mr S)dney O^nrOwers, Mr A GritUth<«, R Burch Tor Auckland Miss Violet George Burch, Melbourne Mit-* Bartlett, Mrs Mai sack lor Mr Hamilin the ton 1 ourtcen stecrogo Gibbs, and Co., Bright, agents (B )t 826 tons, Captain J. Magee, from City of Grafton Grafton 6th Miss lebruar> Passengers-"Miss Smith, I arter, Hon T II bmith, M I C Messrs. H Kidd, T W T Tv nie W Hurt A Campbell, L N Lane, P Jones, J I tarlurv.R and 10 m the «ccond cabin I rom Arthur, Bud Mi-tr Coker, Mewu-s J D "Watson, R Rocks rrazer, North Coast S N A "U uUicm Company, Limited, "\YuUon,

Tifc-hiro

paclugea

EXP0BT8_FEDHOAUT 4. for Antwerp, and London: Dordogno (s), Dunkirk, 11,016 bales wool, 120ft bags copra, 2 bales rabbitskins for Hongkong, ^io Chingtu/s), port« 12 boxes gold 3 bundles (£6045), bides, 10 packages glue, 23 packages sinews, 5 casks mineral 21 bales hoofs, waters, 11 bags bran, 35 sacks and 27 7 bundles chaff, 16 sacks oats, cases

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and manifested of the position, of self-denial, by uniformly ?ame spirit Parliament from in debates in refraining of in favour his opinion« any expression cither side in conof the views of It of politics. tentious questions party

that apart from say is in tho action of now affirmed tho principle of course would be other tho Speaker, any for howno »o value, Ministry, practical to to office, ever inclined cling in continuing on feel warranted could vote of created ?t majority by the is the Still it none the Speaker. that Speaker less satisfactory fthe this laid which has down ruling, the position as we may regard as defining from one abstention of absolute partisanof Parliamomt. the in ship proceedings of the Railway Commisreport was Parliament last which laid before of £81,273 in the earnings week shows s decrease for the quarter ended 31st of the railways is attributed to December last. This loss In trade. From the the depression general we leam that had Commissioners they the reduced some extent met earnings to in the working expenses of £46,228. by a saving olose of the the have BInoe tho quarter earnings the traffic shown not any Improvement, For last week still unsatisfactory. continuing a the showed alone' railway earnings with the corresponding period drop as compared of £12,000. The for of last earnings year woeks wcro £66,000 and £54,000. the respeotivo ara tho Commissioners It is understood that with the for vigorously necessity grappling renders which the falllng-off imperative. economy a considerable numbor of officers had Recently with, and ono of the engineering been dispensed has divisions of the pormanont way department Tra

a yonng man named Richard Lucy, board the sohooner Philip Filfrey, John Booth's steam saw-mills, lying opposite stone's Bay, found the dead body of a newly-born water near the sawmalo ohild in the floating The body was oopveyed to the Balmills wharf. ex'where main Cottage Hospital upon Morgue, found it to be a ohild amination Dr. R. A. Wilson to have and it_ appeared of about one month old,

'

;

a

chief

by

affair

doinestio

wrangle, they wore magistrate

that

other

ono

in

Tutuila,

section

as

against

No

natives.

of to

entitled

British

sort

a

natives

nominate a contrary

poli-

maintaining mauga or held opinion in danger,

Tho

until

is

it

being taken in tho approachof ing contest Parliamentary representation of South Sydney. The friends and supporters labour Mr. F. Flowers longue nominee) (tho a have already got through considerable amount as confident of canvassing, and express themselves of the sucooss of their cand:date. Mr. E. T. in South Sydney, but is an Walsh, who rosides of alderman of the has municipality Waterloo, been asked to contest the seat,' but has not yet The candidature of decided to do so. definitely Mr. John Cunningham hns been unnounced. Mr. at mentioned as 3. H. who was first Bninford, a has definitely dcoided not to contestant, likely interest

offer

A CONVOCATION, duly convonod in terms of the on was held in the University by-luws, Saturduy st noon to fill tho vacancy caused by tho absence E. O'Connor for of Mr. R. (Minister Justice) from meetings of tho Senate for three months. Bir William who presided, Baid that Manning, of O'Connor's duties as n member the Mr. wcro Government exceedingly heavy, and as that his al)3onco, it was bad been tho causo of thought to bo only right to ro-oloct him. Mr. O'Connor was

re-elected accordingly without opposition University socondod Judge Backhouse, son

as

a

fellow tho

on

by

of

a

Hawkesbury Commitaioner», a.m.

visit

of

some

paid waterworks, token over

that

thoro

aro

difficulties

in the way of tbJB being Water and Sewerage Acts do not over for tho taking provida by the board of waterworks constructed uftor the by municipalities board carno The matter will be into existenoo. dealt with by the board at its next mooting. logal as

done,

tho

was ON Friday there held in tho Town Hall of suburban meoting of representatives municipal Alderman Brown oounoils, including (Ashfield), and Aldermen Lamont (Waterloo), chairman, Kitehio J. J. Wheoler (Auburn), (Balmain), Small (Willoughby), Hennessy (Burwood), Fowyth J. S. Griffin, J.P., Hurst(Kydo), Scoullor, and Farr, J.P. ville), (Marrickville). The business was to consider tho approaching somo departure of tho Governor and to disouss demonstration. A letter of municipal sympathy was

from

read

decided

Lord

that

and

the

by

a

Camperdown

banquet lind Jersey

Lady

It

tendered

recognition

of

to

their

to

tho municipal repreformed themselves into powor to add to their number, further the and the co-oporution of tho object, Mayor and City Council of Sydney was requested, as as well that of municipal representatives throughout the colony. THE Balmain servioe and tho accident« ferry ?nd collisions that bavo of late been BO frequont in connection with tho rival hove boen the" ferryboats on subjoot of much consideration tho part of the directors of both tho companies. On Saturday afternoon tho directors of tho Balmain New Ferry Company, Limited, waited upon Mr. G. C. Elliott chairman of (tho the Balmain Fer/y Company, Limited), with the objeot of mutually arranging courtesy sentatives.

and

in

hospitality

Those with

committee,

train

School a statement

this

will at

evening, the

showing

of

the

Horticultural be held in

present

which

present

will

position

be

of

clash

one

tho publio tation

of

with

tim

the

nn

other,

accolerated

Mr. G. C. form the

two

so

serviocs, as

well

as

service.

us

not

to

puarantceing After consul-

notified that tho following tho masters of upon whioh the old of company should work, and the direotors nsw the the samo for their oompany promised was boats, and shortly afterwards.it issued to the various to masters of captains:-"Instructions on steamers the Bald Rock ferry On and after Monday, the 6th instant, the 10" minutos' tapa in the mornings will be discontinued and the boats will leave Bald Book at the advertised viz», times, the honra, and half-hpurs, and tho boats quarters, of tho Balmain New Ferry Oompany, will Limited, leave seven minutes later, and it has been mutually as arranged by the two companies follows: When two boats aro approaching a wharf bound in then the boat from Sydney opposite directions, has the prior to the right wharf. When two boats »re a wharf whioh is approaching occupied by » so sonn as boat, the berth is vacated the boat profrom has tho prior to ceeding Sydney the right wharf. aro And upon no account the captains to a boat go ajongsido of the Balmain Now Ferry Company, Limited, to embark or disembark paswas sengers." .The arrangement carried on ana gave satisfaction. yesterday, Os the ev» of departing for the old country, altor a tour of Mr. B. J. Teviotdale, Australia, »presentatlro of Messrs. Watson and of Co., Dandee, invited the représentatives of Messrs. Allt and Co. to a dinner at the Empire Hotel on Friday night. The» wore present-Messrs. A. Forsyth, J.P., J. Moir, F. A. A. Wilson, and R. Baute (direotors), Mr. S. M. Cay (manager), Mr. should

Elliott

basis

:

of

ministers

composed Mufti»

or

of

MAHDIST

aid

quakes

at

intends

to visit

to the

Zante.

aro

LONDON, TWB. Lords has voted the

to

without

to

THE

preserve

of corporation or of the Imams of law, doctors

justice.

troops Egyptian and reached passed Suakim, natives were few friendly

House

the

AFFAIRS

IN

night

MARAUDER8 SUBJECTS.

perial said that

the

Government before to

as

under

wanted

forming

the

not

that

with

of

in

authority

presentation of affairs

the

of the

VALIDITY

».

of

ing

The Govern-

of his

The

interval

THE

on

report

The

Egan,

the

leased

by

Irish the

THE



the

TREASURER

COLONIAL TASMANIA

amnesty

Tho

WEALTH.

states

Speaker

to be

arrangements Home Rule

Bill

that

be

Fra.

LONDON, QUASTES

Robert Tasmania,

of otra

COKKESPOSIIXST.)

that

DUBBO, SATOTPAT. last and the The Court finished at 10 o'clock night, the to catch Judge left in the goods train day train The Court sat continuat Orange this morning. Brace five ously early and late Wednesday, day»' was Lawton aitting 75 hour». Joseph occupying of

colony,

malicious destruction of property. guilty " " was on tho and went prisoner spree and smashed to Schroder's and got a heavy stick hotel all the gio*» windows and other glassware up in tho bar of the value of £10. He was sentenced to

month«. Andrew Fogarty and Jame» Beaumont of assaulting and robbing Edward found guilty to 12 month» They were each sentenced Swanson. in Richard senior Darlinghurst Gaol, Cain, and the junior (father and son), latter only nine year» of were found of age, guilty sheep-stealing, the of You Robert Glasson, of property There 'were two convicpreviou* lundry. wa» tion» the senior who against prisoner, sentenced .to three The son was bound over years. on to come account of his tender up for sentence of the under the authority yean, and that he wa» William were Pender and George Griffiths father. found not of assault and robbery, aud were guilty Lubenski wa» John Cosar brought up discharged. Mr. for the naked for »ontenco. Booth, prisoner, a case to the Supreme Court the Judge to »tate whether the charge came under the scope of the Act was wa» laid. Bail under which the same refused, was sentenced to two years. and the accused

men

ELECTIONS.

he

said

would

bo

known

that

he

intends

to remain

perfectly

neutral

of

oouncil-obatnair»

larger

sum

he

question, alterations

and

was

be

would »sid

to

he

the

£208, received.

would nor

hall,

for

1892

a

still

to In reply not support any further did he think then waa

a

of the the part of any members connell Alderman Hardy, of Marrickville, spoke of strongly in favour the candidate. A vote of carried. oonfldenoo in Aldermaa Wheeler was WAVERLKT.-Mr, L. H. M'Donald, of th» ona candidates for on tho Waverley Ward, Saturday evening addressed a large at tho Tea assemblage B. Gardens. Mr. H. WUlacey the chair. occupied with The candidate spoke for about an hour, dealing various matters of interest, and met with a vary good of reception. He referred to the amount very large He the advisaoutstanding rates. strongly urged and asasATâBeet of a liability being published bility in addition to tho usual NUtxnent of receipt» and He was strongly in favour of the expenditure. vote. He urged the élection of Mayor by popular for the erection of a School mora of Arts, necessity as a block of land had especially already been granted for the not in He waa favour of, at the purpose. on

any dodésira to

present financial

convinced become

was

shortly

the

is

tralia,

the

a

erecting

town

'hall,

of

the

borough,

considering

the

the burden of dsbt now to about £45,000. He strongly urged amounting to th» tram fare to the To» Gardens being riduoed 2d, that amount wa« to th« being all that chaffed Woollahra taanlau», » instar distila» position

He

any

ornamental

mere

;

;

would

they permitted of the

if

kept ignorant management.

colonial

FERDINAND

Ferdinand on

Australian

will

Fra.

extend

his month

4.

who Aus-

d'Esté, visit to

a

spend a consequently

will

and

country,

visit in

to that

shorten

his

tour.

the will

Receiver-General

THE

announces

AUSTRALIAN

SQUADRON.

that

GladHouse

TO

BE

SUPPLIED

WITH

ZEALAND

Dublin.

of

sure

NEW

PORK.

touched

upon

to

OF A

RETURN

CONSERVATIVE.

ooloniea election

in the

?eat vacant

by

William

for

to

Huddersfield,

4.

Tra.

LONDON, The

fill

year.

the

House of Commons rendered death of the late member, Mr. took

(Liberal),

the

victual

THE

the

Summers

authorities vessels of

Admiralty

squadron with and report the

~*"

commonwealth.

one

The

ELECTION.

the

and

federation, that the

Fra.

LONDON,

a

New

decidod Australian

the

Zealand at the

result

3.

have

salt

pork, of the

end

place

DEACON

A

SCANDAL.

DIVORCE

GRANTED.

yesterday.

A FRIENDLY

The

CRITICISM, """"

Wutmintter

The recently of the

established, financial

Wales

as

of

The

lurid.

of possession of any other

4,

picture

South the

of

it

colony,

resources

colony

TO

FROM NEW

waa

Bu-Joa»ph Woodhatd

QUEENSLAND CALEDONIA,

cable proposed and New Caledonia.

between

that

The

Sir

colony

validates

Fas.

1892,

tial

their

muter

ootton-ipinmer« for a 6 per pent,

wage«.

THE

July,

Mr

1892, rotas,

DEATH

William

defeating jost

who

stive,

hu

The death

MILITARY

to

adhere

Walter Charla» James (Baron Northbourne) was of the late Mr, John James, by the daughter of first H» succeeded hi« Marquis of Londonderry. grandfather in He was in the baronetcy 1829. M.F. for Hull from 1837 to 1847, and «as a director of the National He is succeeded in the titi» Gallery. by als soo, toa Hon. Walter M.P. for Henry, formerly Qateshoad.

SOUTH

preferen-

(nott

COMMERCIAL THE STATES.

Cummings h«

United

tiva«

ADELAIDE, On Bsturday named Aaron

UNITED

Barker, way line.

introduced

a

Fas. bill

United

States.

THE

AUSTRALIAN AGBICÜL TURAL COMPANY»

pollo«

arrested

Bennett, aged charge of placing The caused stonts

a

a

14,

stones the

SOTTJ_T. State ohild Mount on the rail-

near

late

railway near Strathalbyn. It ha» been to the Fort Adolaide reported polios that a quantity of clothing and the remains of a boat have been seen floating near the Fort Light bouse. The wreckage is apparently that of a boat which has capsized. had been received No report Jate by the polico to-night as to say persons BÜSSÜMf.

in

of Representaa for and compolitical between Canada and the

TOURNAMENT

on

the

accident

«.

House

mercial

ENGLAND.

Iii

States

ona

TBXB0B4PB.1 ooaaxsrotroaBT.)

UNION.

.»II.

.

CANADA AND

\

in

AUSTRALIA. [Bl

providing union

reduction

77._

»ystem.

the

4.

o.

North-

the

througha

Fas.

son

the estab-

the

of

of

NORTH-

LORD

LONDON, announced of Lord

is

aged

bourne,

with

parleying

favour

his

BOURNE.

BRITISH

LONDON, TWL

OF

8ir M»n

LONDON, FEB. 4. John Premier and Thompson, of the Council is in Canada, commence in

apartments Cannes, last year, the offence, but was

it

..

votos._

colonies

Mr.

demand

for

children._.

his

Crosland

7098

STRIKE. "iONDON,

The

in

polled

(Cntmrv

Splendide,

3.

Abeille,

wife's

imprisoned from has obtained a divorce and has been granted the custody

wife,

.7033

election

Fra.

who shot M,

in his

attaohé,

Hotel

was

in

COTTON

«THE

..

lishment of . commercial union out the Empire on the basis of

J.

Great Britain probate» in Australia, has been gacetted granted, M to New South Vie« Wale«, applying and New Zealand. toria, which

..

Joseph

Deacon,

P.

released, 7068

,.

AND THE COLONIES.

to

British

PROBATE.

Colonial

and

,-o

President

LONDON, Probate Act of

at the

:

,.

flit

CANADA

about COLONIAL

.,

At the general Sumtnara (liberal) Joseph Crosland ?toctad) by 261

convention the

follows

a

Conservative The result

the olose, by 38 votes.

Crosland,.

for

Majority

LONDON, Fas. 4. French Cabinet has approved of a with Queensland in regard, to

The

very

being returned of the poll is as

LONDON,

Mr. E. French

ex.

_

CABLE

eontest

Aus-

in

tralia.

A

ware-Sir Joseph Crosand Mr. Woodhead, Home Rule interest. The

candidates

Conservative, stood in the

who

journal

the New

by Mr, Wilton

too

is in those

ceeding

that

condition

drawn is

a

Gauti«, say«

land,

FIB,

LONDON,

so.

time,

says Austra-

responsibility

proceed has decided to

India.

be

will under

of Mr. proposals the creation of a

include in

of

no

to

in the

those

GautU

Rule

will

Lords

of

No Matt

Limited,

directors

be

4.

commenting payment by the

ARCHDUKE

shortly

financial

Monday

on

from

different

Home

stone

FINANCIAL CONDITION THE SOUTH WALES. OF NEW

assert«,

mads and that remarks by him wen in the contests, and not of certain matters, intended as explanatory Mr. as against favouring Burdock's candidature that of his opponent PETERSHAM.-Mr. Alderman who is Wheeler, for the held seeking re-election Annandale Ward, a meeting on Saturday evening at the School Hall, There was a Itailway-street Tory good attendance P. Bedford of Mr. A. the occupying ratepayers, chair. at considerable The candidate dealt length with the that had been effected in the improvements ont it ward during his term of office, that pointing was not revenue to do with the available possible was that claiming that the everything required,'but rates had and fairly expended. been judiciously He in defended his' action the supporting addition .to the Town and contradicted Hall, the the revenue assertion» of an opponent, that derived from was as that building only £110 yearly, for 1891 th» exclusive of any amount for rent ttseipt»

were

said,

Hamilton Australian

of

question

Commons

1886. be appointed. The Pall

working

Capable

to be

FEB.

LONDON, 4.

under

introduced

PARLIAMENTARY

competency. Sir Robert

-.» reference to a notice which apRAimwiCE.-With /tirald with regard to a meeting peared inMr. Friday's ona of tho held Burdock, candidates for the by Randwick Alderman to T. Powell wishes it Council,

Treasurer

of

altogether of bill

the Hon. John of Tasmania,

of

the

Standard MUNICIPAL

action

depression. in Tasmania, he

House

fi.

Governor returned from meeting at Edinlately

who recently addressed a

burgh yesterday. He lauded the Henry, Colonial during

found The

F0RTB.C0MINO

Hamilton,

Sir

SESSIONS.

OF

in

of

grave

to

of the

THE

;

DUBBO

the

with themselves affairs

re*

Fas.

the

established

to

court.

BANK

Australia, directors

The Archduke

COMMON

bank-

England. the ob-

that

to the

BILL.

LONDON,

:

the

D'ESTE.

RULE

HOME

of

A

rest

OF

EULOGISED.

AN^AUSTRALIAN

that

were

of

Act

Gatett«

suspension Bank

figurehead.

Home

who prisoners Government. Liberal

Ifoll

Tall

the London bank ought

lian

Government, Callan and

Salisbury to

arranged

that S.

disap-

Henry Matthews,

the

in

Secretary

____________________________________________________

AT

Mr.

apparently had

HAMILTON EDINBURGH.

AMNESTT.

exhibits press announcement

Opposition at the pointment

the

LONDON,

upon Federal FEB.

4.

of

registered

states

FEDERAL AUSTRALIA.

the

LONDON,

that boon

not

apply

exer-

PRISONERS. AND

better

FEB.

the dispute tho official

by

ground

receiver

in the territory and Government thereon.

MATTHEWS

the

Companies

had

jectors

made

has

official

Sir

Australia

call

on

company the

under

sub-

question that implied

of

CALL

LONDON, shareholders

London

the

liquidators,

drift

a

of

AUS-

+

OF THE DISPUTED.

Bank

Mercantile validity

OF

LATE», 10 A.K. the flood-waters are now approaching Catholio Church, and the people in the aro in furniture streets kneo-deop mud, removing Bain is still to the of the town. higher portions An immense amount and the river is falling rising. have been destroyed. of goods and valuable property and Co., G. Tho premises of Messrs. G. H. Wilson Ginn, and Hooper, the Palais Boyal Hotel, Shillit, are and many other places, all Johnstone-'s Brewery, moro or under water, and the loss will amount less as to many thousands of pounds. No gas is availablo the gasometer is completely submorged und is several are wator. The flood-waters in the feet under several feet morning. railway workshop deep this and all ordinary trains to Tho Sydney mail train at Redbank are blocked and Brisbano last evening are now can neither Boats and get way. puuts A boat has just been to in all tho streets. plying rescue and family, who had to take Peter Jackson all to the where had been night. trees, they . to This is disaster Ipswich, great as to estimate and it is yet impossible the enormous losses of fanners and merohants. Goodna is submerged, completely areentettainod for the safetyof the lunn tio and fears Tho asylum is asylum. completely surrounded, Bain is still and the waters still falling rising. and tho river rising. 3 P.n are Tho additional to following particulars in the hand :-A sad drowning resulting fatality the lives of four children of Peter loss of on a well-known Jackson, engine-drivor occurred this the South-western railway, at had a boat thoir morning. They house on the bank of the Brisbano Biver to shift as the waters and wore preparing quarters, wero a log struck th» boat, When leaving, rising. seven which capsized, tho occupants; in throwing drowned are-Katie all, into the water. Tho 10 two l8 a and brothor, aged Jacksonpaged 8 and 6. Mrs. Jackson and her sisters, aged a tree, eldest Mary reached the daughter got into who was in roof of the house, as also did a man the boat with thom at tho time. Mrs. Jackson wa» but no rescued from her perilous position, the information has yet been obtained respecting on fate of tho eldest and the man left daughter the roof ot the domicile A dreadful colliery in condisaster, being the worst that has happened noon tonection with the floods, occurred about iu the death of seven miners. The day, resulting scene of tho was the Eolipse fatality colliery, as known Mr. John Wright's, and the generally occurrence is unprecedented in the district. Full are not from what can be details yet to hand, but seven that these miners went to gleaned it seems work in the mino as usual this and that morning, tho flood waters broke while working they wero roso to in, and in a very short time tho water within 30ft. of tho surface of the mine. men the met with a These in mine sudden and foarful death. It is Btated that it is to recover the bodies until the impossible at water recedes, and as pumping operations present it is to say when would be futile impossible will be recovered. they Amongst the ill-fated men are two sons or relatives of Mr. Wright. The names of the others are so far unobtainable The deepest sympathy is felt and by tho publio, the nows of the fatality has greatly increased, the the town. gloom now overshadowing The railway station is almost and submerged, the Bremer bridge is out of sight, not even handrails are to be seen. The railway is completely on blocked the Toowoomba side of two miles Goodna is now almost out of sight beneath Ipswich. the water. AU communication with Brisbane is are ont off, and fears entertained for the safety of the people living between Goodna and Brisbane. that the water Latest news states is very slowly at Ipswioh. The rain has not extended receding to any beyond Toowoomba. importance Tho Boman

4.

through

gold

BANK TRALIA.

of the

Some

Government policy

unofficially Uganda in the

between the the situation

MERCANTILE

Uganda.

would

Portal

décision

a

Uganda.

3.

ROBERT

FEB.

ex-

yesterday,

the

adopt

in

dollars

authentic

of

Commons

to

million

a

lost

conclusive

a

retention

pressure the subject,

on

MR. FEB.

waters.

LOST.

speculation._

ON

French having a of Wazan, city Morocco, subjects it declares that French Government the for hold the Sultan the will responsible

;

to

Tho

in

Prince

4.

Mr, Labouchore's amendment, to in his /mission pressed the hope that the British Uganda Sir Gerald Portal, would not increase ImCommissioner, Mr. Gladstone responsibilities there,

cise A

killed.

LONDON, attacked

read

FBB.

replying

MOROCCO,

Marauders

outrage.

Commons,

of

IRISH ATTACK BY FRENCH

DOLLARS

MILLION

at Buenos The Banco Roma Rio Plata, of the Argentine Republic, Tho manager payment.

which

ment, mitted Gerald

time,

Sinkat.

"

"

;

ARGENTINE

AN

Ayres, capital has suspended

MISSION. LONDON,

In

had resolved in connexion

LONDON, FEB. i. from Suakim state that Latest advices from Osman Digna, who was last reported Tamanieb at the head of 400 dervishes, eluded

present.

the

QUESTION.

G. PORTAL'S

In the House of Mr. Gladstone stated

DIGNA.

at

S.

BANK. A

UGANDA

SIR

judgment

IN

~*~

the

the

for

OF

the

FES.

OSMAN

OF

to secrecy

over

FAILURE

i.

from

Speech

Admiral.

States

LORDS.

OF

floods,

which proMr. Thurstan'» Commission, from Honolulu to ceeded to Washington to America, urge tho annexation of Hawaii with the has interview had a satisfactory for State. The Commission ia Secretary

PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE

of previous would reach the ordinary level themselves and yesterday people removed and goods where they thought they would be safe, so flood and the but this is the morning high the waters aro well river still that up in rising and the National Brisbane-street, Queenaland and the the Bank, Congregational Church, Church are Primitivo Methodist oompletoly to waters tho the reaohing submerged, are now The flood-wator» roofs. apthe the of Presbyterian proaching steps previously reaohod, and tho Church, where no flood occurrence in tho history is entirely unprecedented a house is of the town. At Bundamba scarcely have fled for their lives to visiblo all the people no around the town. So far lives have the hills but a been lost, of stock havo been large number float and dead bodies by in the flood drowned, flood

of

the

FEB.

bj the earthGeorge of Greece

island.

IMPERIAL

com-

Government touch with

TBIXOSUPH.] OOEEB3PONDE.TTO

TASMANIA.

SUNDAY, 11 A.K. The water attained it» highest level at 4 a.m., when it was 84ft. in 16ft. high Brisbane-street, than known flood. Several higher any other of loss of life have been received in town, reports but the detail» are A constable not y»t to band. a who wept to rescue female in a tree was drowned men in the attempt to save her, and four young who volunteered her ore now to resoné gone in a boat to try to save her. The town present» a deBouses aro plorable appearance. upside down, and are turned completely round. many Scores of families have been rendered homelea». so The water rose that many persons had rapidly to fly from their house» to save their leaving lives, thom. The everything they possessed behind wooUon company'» is completely submachinery reached the floor The water of the ootton merged. one of the highest points in the lower factory, of the town. Several houses were part entirely washed and others removed from their away, blocks. A house is now coming down the stream from the direction of Church-street. Not a house" is visible in the basin pocket, and half of North is under Ipswioh water, Bospcoting the dreadful at the the men calamity Eclipse colliery, went to work in the old mine to remove some of the rails. The roof of the min« was supported by leaving 20 square block» of coal untouched. One a of tiie under blocks, directly gully which was filled with backwater from the Brisbane had either been removed or Biver, when the »uriace the water gave way, subsiding rushed in with terriflo force. The men, or some of and pulled them, managed to reach the first level, the signal rope to the engine-driver asking to be to hauled the surface. The engine, however, would not work, the intervening probably through fall of earth. The water soon rose nearly to the month of the tunnel, seven completely entombing It Is questionable whether men. it will ever be posto recover sible the bodies. Two of Mr. Wright's sons have perished with the other flvo mon. Three men toward» the mouth of escaped by rushing the tunnel, the foroe of the dislodged air almost them out. The following the name» driving are of the men 'who perished :-Thomas Wright, a wife and three leaving children; George a wife ana Patrick Wright, leaving one child; M'Quade, leaving a wife and four children John of Patrick M'Quade, an unmarried son M'Quade Matthew a wife Cuthbertson, leaving aadaigbt children Charles a wife Walker, leaving and a »oven children A, ; Smart, leaving wife and fear children. The Brisbane Biver is still There ii running strongly. not the slightest doubt that four of the Jackson were family ;

ta.

The

military

takes

plaoe

Office

will

koriM

on

LONDON, tournament in England the 26th May. The War team with the Victorian

provide and Hold gasa.

4.

Fas.

LONDON,

The

Australian

Agrisultural

Company

bo«

deelor«! on interim dividend The rvMipt» of th»con»pt»yler «deeune of 462,000.

[BT T«r,Ea»«rg,J ora (fMV ovBaaWFeinanrr.)

í.

of 1

37»

ed.

M3 »how

;

;

n» toldar. Mils far

M.

LAUNCESTON, StrnnsT. Opptíc irrlved at Hobart from Londpn Th» Ooptie laad» 800 tow of cargo ana Kew 2*atoa4 «VIMHOW»

I

.'

?

to lines. oS, owing to interruptions western and northorn Busbies» for the is sent routes-viz., being by other Queensland Bourke, Goondiwindi, and Toowoomba. at Tho buildings station Ipswich railway under water.

to

water

which

up



:

,

The

not

have

bodies

been

yet

recovered.

ZEALAND.

NEW

[Br TELEOIIAPH.] (FEOM otra COREEBPONDEMT.) AUCKLAND, STJ-DAT. occurred on board the A quarrel last night which recently American barque H. G. Johnson, arrived from Adelaide. A sailor at Auckland was stabbed namod James Stewart below tho It ia uncertain whether heart with a sheath knife. is dangerous. Another sailor named the wound a was and Gustav arrested Battmer, German, with the offence._ charged

THE

WEATHER.

(FSOH

OOBBISrOVDKIITS.)

Ona

FLOODS

IS

THB

OODNTBY.

MACLEAN, SATUBDAT. continued to fall all da; yesterday nnd about Gin. of rain last have night. Altogether all tho fallen the week, creeks, during flooding of the and low-lying land. In consequence swamps, the river ia heavy fall in the Upper Clarence diitrict, swollen a and has risen great several deal, Heavy

feet

rain

in the lower tho banks,

over

which time

district.

suffor

will

In

places

water has of young

acres many immersion.

flooding from

At

broken crops,

the

present but

to estimate is tho damage, it impossible In be small,even if theweathcrtakes upnow. the the lower part of the township the water rose over street but a to and footpaths, slight stoppage beyond been done to property. the traille no damage has Ocean steamers down the river for going Sydney unable cell at the were to wharfs to ship to-day and mails, passengers, goods being cargo, perishable boat». taken aboard by ships' Both the dredges Theta were to cease and Jupiter compelled operations, and now aro at Maclean. ceased raining, moored It has but is »tul threatening._ it

not

will

SATO-BAT. hand at 9 «.m. 7ft. lOin., rising Mogil 7ft. lOin. Walgett, all 10ft.. Brefalling

BOURKE, The following river reports this morning ¡-Mungundi, Collarendabri, Mogil, 6ft. 6in. Barwon, 16ft. 8in. Namoi, warrina, Oft. lOin. Bourke, lift., Louth, 10ft 4in. Tilpa, ;

;

to

wero

;

:

;

7ft*

;

;

Hin., both

both falling.

COOMA, A

violent

midnight, little

rain

thunderstorm passed accompanied with vivid fell in the town.

weather

The

is

inclement.

still

S_T-BDAT. Cooma

over

at

but

lightning,

SATT-IDAT.

CASINO,

The

river

falling

slowly. rain

During incessantly but it must river only at Irvington. to

has

fallen

almost

the last three days and appearances pointed to a heavy flood, have been principally coast rain as the rose 10ft. 18ft. at Lismore, and 40ft. here, there

If

damage The roads

is

cropin

are

a

The

impassable.

the

withstanding

ia

no

feared

bad

state,

weather easterly

more

rain

no

tho

throughout and ara

in

serious district.

many

parts

good,

contiuuosjfoirly

not-

gales.

GRAFTON,

SATunnAY.

Bain still continues to fall, and there is no sign of its fall was Last night's very heavy throughia and district. The river rising. up lift., the river and At Copmanhurst is 32ft., rising slowly. are of a which at Many persons be ruinoua apprehensive flood, the would to as the whole present district, of the land. maize crep is on the The Citv of was till Grafton, steamer, detained noon, and tho Coraki is also at anchor off the city. SUNDAY. It has been rainingalmott without intermission for were the last five and though there days, slight breaks this morning, heavy rain fell this evening of clearing. the a with nOjSign Although river fell little are still of a flood, to-day, many apprehensive as weather is moat the Continuous unpromising. rain will a considerably damage the maize crops, portion of which is ready for the harvest. The large liver is 26ft. at Copmanhurst, and at a standstill. on Heavy ram has fallen the Upper Clarence during the day. GULGONG, SATUBDAT, The weather was warm very yesterday. To-day the thermometer 04*. registered INVERELL, 8ATT-a>AT. and rain set in Steady yesterday continued the night, 101 The fall throughout points falling. will to early be welcome which are crops of corn, now in and full give of cob, promise magnificent declining. out the

yields. -

Bain

is

is

there and

the

every low

The

river

The

City of 8ydney.

for

LAWRENCE, 8ATOBDAT. Another inch was heavily. The river is rising, and of a flood. All the swamps town aro land about the over. running is and at 33ft., stationary Copmanhurst. Grafton has not yet passed from Grafton still

this

registered

falling

morning.

appearance

LISMORE, SATUBDAT, has been The river almost stationary all It night. several recorded ha» now fallen inches. The rainfall to-day was l*23m., at Clunes l*7flin.. and is still It is very close. All buslnoas is at a showery. standstill owing to the rain and the flooded condition of the country. The river, after for some time being at a standstill commenced to rise again slowly, and wa» to-day, over at dusk. 16ft. little rain ainoe 8 fell N Very a.m.

No none

Sydney

are

likely

malla arrived to get

away

yesterday until

or

set

on

in

was

division

at

appearance George

at

his

and

to

was

office,

Colonial-Socretary's of the

on

offices

their

Dibbs

Sir

Herald

are

detailed

waa now It had ceased to be a pleasure. on of throe of duty. The majority simply a question some was tbercault Ministers explained, Friday night, of circumstances, not and was of a special combination on to be viowed as tile majority ordinary working which the Government might rely in proceeding with as Government BUL The such measures the Local also was now mushed, and if a Electoral Bill nearly at onoeall the labour expended dissolution took place on bill would bo thrown away. On the other tho Government hand, as another Minister it, the put which was most would be bound to adopt tho course consistent and independence and self« with honour of in the the Government respect. What, opinion bo decided will by the Cabinot meetthat course is, ing which is to be held to-day.

OP

VIEWS

MINI8TEE8.

on Dibbs, when seen Saturday by a declined to make any of tho Hcraldf of Governas to the action the probable would be ment, and said that a Cabinet meeting whole of tho the circumheld to-day to consider case stance« of the and decide what the future course of the be. talk about a coalition would The Ministry scouted the being referred to, Sir George altogether that was out it impracand absolutely idea, pointed members of the present Ministry ticable. Leading with coalosco would not under any circumstances the Sir Henry Parkes. He that contended present that could be was the best Government possibly the formed in present Parliament, and that Bir nor Mr. could neither Henry Parkes Reid the form on Administration which would command of In the first confidence the House. place Sir into would toke his Ministry Parkes probably Henry of second or third rate a number members, and that the would alienate and support of men sympathies He was convinced that Sir of much larger calibre. not would work Henry Parkes and Mr, Beid On the ho a Ministry. other hand, together in Mr. comnot that Beid would did think the of the members mand support leading of tho to be ablo to to a degree sufficient Opposition oven form an Administration afair amount of having further bo again On being questioned, strength. what as to the Governsaid he would say nothing ho ment were to do, nor would say anything likely of a dissolution definite with regard to the possibility on his advico. be disAll that would taking place cussed at the Cabinet when a demeeting to-day,

Sir

George

representative statement

would

cision

Mr. that

all

in

would

be

probability

was

Barton it

hardly opinion

ut.

arrived

reticent,'and

equally be fair

to

his

pointed

out

for

him

colleagues

had had an opporthe situation in Cabinet, and tunity of considering future course of on the the Governdeciding The of ment, usual Monday meeting the be Cabinet would held when the to-day, On matter into. would be fully gone being that the narrow asked if he did not think majority Government would the obtained tempt by tho at an to early date Opposition again test the strength of parties, Mr. tho least Barton said he had not doubt that kind would bo used in the every of obstruction in the past. Those of future as who had been guilty not now bo obstruction in the post would to likely their mend ways. Mr. with a Herald reporter, Lyne, in conversation his like non-committal as was, colleagues, strictly to be regards tho course pursued by the Government, but ho explained that he would be exceedingly to measures sorry lose the many important " now before the The Electoral House. Bill," " is of he said, on the eve just being and I would be specially sorry passed, not tho. Conservation to get Water Bill and the two Harbour Trust Bills pasBed into law, for thoy the Works Dewould assist vory much in rolioving from the great partment expenditure which is now, These bills would of necessity, thrown upon it. also to

any

express

have

effect

the

much

of

and

ployment, needed. of his

part extraordinary changed his and

a

giving at

that, speech, resolutions ho

be

stead

of

ngreo that

by with

privato him

the

function

just

regard

said ho out

carried

em-

is

time, in

said that

ono

those

he moved ho

to private considered

had enter-

tho

large in-

by the Government Now I entirely

enterprise. I say that reBpect. of Government

in

of

present

Parkes before of his,

with

opinion in effect

doal

great

the

Henry

Sir

should

they

till

most

dis

distinctly

is

give

to_

to and to the scope enterprise private of create which would capital, heulthy and would foster an among the people, in the spirit. Concentrating everything and the whole Government,

employment competition independent

to

on

hands

compelling

SATUHBAT.

COBAKI,

an

which

words

prise, works

rising;

on

prevailed

the

office

National

of water Several feet gasometer being submergod. of the now railway workshops, stand in one or two on the railway platform. and there are 4ft. of water to and ordinary train This morning's Sydney train are at evening blocked Bodbank. Brisbane last Boats and punts are rescuing the people who bad to take to the trees. of Mr. Peter JackFour children Ipswich reports on son, the engine-driver the Southern and Western met their deaths this Railway, by drowning line, of a morning through capsizing boat. (Saturday) The mother and one rescued. daughter were known as Mr. John At the generally colliery soven went miners below in the mine to Wright's, While they were working, flood work as usual. a of waters broke in, and within very short space to within SOIL of the surface. time, flooded the place

of

a dissolution. The general feollpg of under tho circuimtuuces nothing seemed to be that from for tho office, wasloft Government but to retiro Parliaor to dissolve recommend his Excellency caument. Members Ministry, of the though very definite not to commit themselves to any tious hat au to the country seemed to thinkf appeal opinion, at not at any rate was inovltablo, if once, ono in As Minister a very short time. and so much there bad been vituporatibn put it, the holding Government that abuse hurled against

5ft.

Bank and Bank of New Couth Wales are the and Primitiva flooded, and Congregational are Methodist churches completely submergod, water The flood water reaching the roofs. of the step« the Presbyis approaching an occurrence unpreterian Church, entirely in of th» town. At cedented the history is the a house visible, Bundamba people scarcely So far no to to the having flee higher ground. been lost. The water is lives have apChuroh. the Roman Catholic People proaching are necks in mud and water, in the otreets up to their It I» still and the removing furniture. raining, amount of water An immense is rising. gooda and has been of Mr. Tho damaged. premisos property Palais Boyal G. H. Wilson, the building the society, and many others are all Brewery, Hotel, Johnston's more or leu No gas is available, the under water.

which re-action

result

pects

flood over rain, tho biggest The flood Biver is reported. Ipswich of the Bremer bridge, with the decking the ordinary level. The 80ft. from The Queensland Brisbane-street.

some

ii

water

the

representative

few

incessant

the

is level

the

a he »aid Mr. below. the also visited Landa Department Copeland to got through a lot of in as he explained, older, during work which had accumulated departmental " for nothing tho last few days. Ho had, however, on night tho press." Ever since the division Friday about intenrumour been busy the has the of Government and prostions the a

LATER.

Owing known in

inevitable

put in morning.

Saturday in post

via

are

the

though

evening

Ministers

of

parts

excitement

intense

Saturday, and, over member« of tho all the city, eagtrly discussed their and of the Government sought Assembly to the crisis in order, homes immediately after, rest. or two much-needed Only one gain a littlo

cut

:

necessarily Foster Mr.

America.

provisional to keep in constant

Hawaii United

4.

with

islands

the

advises

sufferers

King

the

has

The

America.

the

of

them

flink

earth.

men-of-war

Greek

and

PERIL.

IN.

TION. tho

After Friday

on received the Saturday The Postmaster-General from Queensinformation Toowoomba, following land : side' of mail train is stuck np this The Sydney house every is under and it is Ipswich, reported a few miles from Ipswich. water at Bundamba, from the Brisbane Biver. rising The water is still over and it is now spreading It cannot get away, and raining incessantly. Ipswich, AU stations between Toowoomba and Brisbane are

TOOWOOMBA, BOT-)AV. ainoo linfrom Brisbano Wo havo boen cut-off news from thoro and have had no day afternoon, rccoived of any sort. Tho following telegrams to all from Ipswlsh yesterday give particulars hand at present IPSWICH, SATUBDAT Momrara. we havo the highest rains, Owing to Inoessant Tho over of the town. flood known in the hiBtory of flood is causod principally by the baok-wators to River running tho the Brisbane upwards aro level with flood-waters town. Tho which the of the Bremer Bridgo, deoking and whioh is connects north with south Ipswioh, was It from 70 to 80 ft. high. expeoted that the

after

marines

ex-Queen,

with

interests

mon

thunderbolts

the

ties

its

tighten

LDJE.

DROWNED.

ASYLUM

[Br (FROH OOB

American connection with the

in continue his action him to events. with Mr. subsequent Foster has also officially recognised the the Government, and expresses provisional the has been change which hope that about Hawaii will tend to in brought

are

FEB.

and

Italian

the

FOR

FLOODED.

MINE

LUNATIC

officially

Stevens,

of

deposition

A

Secthe

sustained

connection

enhanced Hurricanes

of

J.

FLEEING

SEVEN MINERS

5.

American

the

LONDON,

SOUDAN.

ACTIVITY

;

ore

sufferings

attendant weather. and rain, and wind, hail, have accompanied the tremors

The

has

disgraceful

RISING

THE

for the Alfred Hospital report week February :-Admitted, 67 dis.ended 4th 53 9 in on remaining hospital charged, died, 206. oí 5th January, 1893, Number out-patients number treated of casualty during the week, 405 cases treated 638. but not admitted, 233 total,

inhabitants

of

information THE

the

mmmÊmmtm_mm______

Government.

the religion, or administrator»

Cadis

the

THE

;

their

The House of Address in Reply Throne.

Fra. 4. last night

office

hierarchical

The TJlema i» the learned men in Turkey,

society.

'

time-table

and

homeless, by the

Foster,

of State, of Mr.

bound

Northamp-

be

and

occupation, tho native

the

to

the

of

SIR

were

was

Council, address bo

earthquakes. thousand Greek

Ten

THE

for

quitted

harmony with

to Windsor by way of the Railway arrangod by leaving "sydney at 8.25 at Hawkesbury the s.a. the river to up passougers enable in them to time to at 7,27 leaving Windsor

six

a

M.P. would

it

disaster

A

ordered

evacu-

period

and

the

completed

THE

URGED

Commons

of

Zaute,

GLADSTONE.

MR.

RELIEF.

LONDON, FEB. 3. has of earthquake severe as to have so begun by the two

«hock at

place

the

«?------wa-a-m

to precipitate the something of Egypt ation by the British. that Mr. Gladstonn replied the Governexternal waa to maintain ment striving and internal order in Egypt during the

a

recently bo

take there

(rsoic

and Soworago

OF EGYPT LABOUCHERE.

BY

IN

an

of the member» South Wales New

of of Art»

Tire

TO

4.

has annexation of

Consul at Honolulu, in the landing of the American

MEN-OF

GREEK

CONVEYING

further

A tokon

Charles

retary action

WEATHER.

AND

ITALIAN WAR

COMMONS.

doing

Ander-

Professor

Board to the Bichmond inspection it has boen proposed should board. It is understood

which by the

will

Sydney

KEETisa

Society

OF

that declared ton, Government if the

p.m; A

REFERRED

Mr.

ZANTK

conveying,

In the House Mr. H, Labouchere,

trip been

ha»

reaching

to

return

round

the trains On arrival

Gordon

Windsor,

the of

motion

rising absence.

QUESTION THE HOUSE

IN

EARTHQUAKE

THE

previous

LONDON,

a

To-Monnow the and 9 General

at

palace

Egypt declarthe Khedive in

Fen.

America.

to

DROWNED.

California

Fin.

fire

Stuart.

THE Water

a

'

question by the

action.

REPLY

ou quarter past 10 o'clock Saturday of a house broke out in a bedroom at 151 Regent-street, Redfern, situated occupied as a The bed, private dwelling by James Nutt. wera of the room and other contents bedding,' fire and water, and the damaged by coiling severely of the room underneath was damaged by water.

ADOUT a night

the

himself.

anti-British

sustains

EVACUATION BY MR.

of death was hemorrhage, conséquent upon fraoture of the skull. Mr. Finhey found that deceased met his death from accidentally injuries from a stack of timber received through falling a married Shaw was 39 of age, and was years man, with a family of eight children.

is

for

his

to

letters

Hawaii

PEOPLE

AMERICA,

of

Legislature favour of

in

resolved

injured.

APPALLING

the

-

cause

over.

LITTLE

ing

Sultan's

the

sent

Porte

'

took

fight

the

that

THE

week.

Saturday afternoon, held City Coroner,

has

I

W. T. Mr, Finney, in the Balinquiry into the oause of death of main Cottage Hospital at William employed Shaw, who had boen lately Burna' timber Balmain. Mr. Alexander yard, on Evidence was that morning given Wednesday deceased was engaged on top of a stack of timber himself Ho overbalanced and fell a it. unloading head against s distance of about 15ft., his striking said that when Dr. Wilson projecting plank. admitted to tho deceased showed all the hospital, The of sovcre concussion of the brain. symptoms ON

Deputy

of property jeopardised, rights between tho contending place no in Bingarooma way interfered, case not whioh a Powor the foreign being ono'in had any right to nieddlo. After tho patrolling went to Fiji, blands for a timo, the Bingarooma to and Buva ; from there Levuka Noumea, visiting season not and on to Sydney. The hurricane will and it is unlikely that any of be over until April, on be sent work the British warships will patrol a

parties.

a

of

Ulema

Khedive's

a named Wm. Weston, sailor, fellow-lodgor at who had left his lodgings 179 aged 48 years, on and had Pyrmont-street Wednesday evening, a» his opinion not returned, Dr. Milford it gave 60 hour». had been dead about fiO or that Weston A verdict of found drowned was returned.

tho

were

nor

though

about

the

Egypt

of

were

BY

LONDON, State

BUILDINGS

GOVERNMENT

PROVISIONAL RECOGNISED

The

«a

of Egypt The Khedive proceeds to-day to in order to open the railway to Assiout are The natives there that preplace. to him a great recaption. paring give have been taken Precautions by the British authorities in Cairo in the event of a -native taking place during the

a

the

wore

lives

of

Tho

Stamboul

i» unknown, died suddenly A MAX, whoso name Arms Hotel, Albion-street, Surry in the Bristol called in, bnt last Dr. Garrett was Hills, night. of death the the cause e&tho oould not certify to to The de matter was tho Coroner. reported a man 6ft. in oeased was about 45 year» of age, fair complexion, grey hair and rroustacbe, height, dressed in a light otherwise olosn shavod. He was In one of hi» tweed ooat, blue trouser» and vest. the name was found a ticket bearing pockets "Mr. Call." Mr. AT the South Sydney Morguo-ou Saturday, an into held J. C. Woore, City Coroner, inquiry whoso hod the cause of death of tho man body The Harbour. been found floating in Darling Mooro as that of body was identified by Alexander

been done away with, two divisions being amalga* mated. a THE Bingarooma, after long absenos, yesteroarao from Samoa and into day forenoon port islands. As may be remembered, tho cruiser other months on the New was for several employed was intended she should Zealand coast, when it remain but, Admiral Lord Charles unexpectedly, to send a vessel Scott received -word from England tho live« and with all speed to Samoa to proteot of British and the Bingarooma, residents, property vessel to Samoa thon at Auckland, and the nearest mission. within cal], waadespatohed upon theurgent had It was feared that the disaffected natives the lives of resorted to arms, and were threatening settlers in tho The Bingathe foreign group. was rooma howovcr, that tho disturbance found, purely tical

tho water

in

consider

600

British.

'

been

to

THE

recently of the

capital

CHILDREN

FOUR

o'.

place Bogota, of Colombia, in Central America, Republic to hand. have come and One hundred persons were killed,

4.

of

FZB.

whioh

rioting the

Cairo.

conference

a

KILLED.

PUBLIC AND SUBMERGED.

HOUSES

BY THE LEGISLA-

STATE

TURE.

at

Turkish

the

encouraging

summon

Porte European Powers evacuation of the

on

seaman

to

and proceeded

the

of

Details

took

FBB. is

to

YESTEBDAY

a

at Suoz

landed Frasco

the superintendent. named Michael TUB body of a man Duggan embankment was found lying at the bottom of an of the railway in that yesterday morning part to Alfred the Prince which lies adjacent yard seen deceased was Park. On Saturday night of tho embankment, and it is on the asleep top fell lo the he rolled ovor and that supposed was 26 years a height of 30ft. Duggan bottom, a and resided in Anderson of age, married man, Alexandria. street,

quarterly

SUMMON

FEB. 8. ~~7 IX3NDON, of fanatioism Owing to the outbreak the among Egyptian Europeans against Abbas is which the Khedive population, of the battalion to doing nothing repress, ordered to Egypt Watch recently the Black has

CALIFORNIAN

'

LONDON,

TO

URGED

PERSONS

HUNDRED

ONE

PORTE,

CONFERENCE,

A

Stewart,

sioners

AT THE

ACTIVITY

POWERS

THE

of the of the Sabbath-school THE annual picnic was Church held at Woolloomooloo Presbyterian chilon all the Chowder Saturday. Nearly Bay were and many the school dren in attended, and their Sports games accompanied by parent«. in with heartiness, and not the were Indulged least feature of the day to the children important who were was the dinner. present Among those and Mr. were M-A., B.D., the Ker. W. Burnott,

to

needless

FRENCH

FAVOURED

ANNEXATION

FANATICISM.

OF

POLITICAL SITUA-

THE

-

if

OUTBREAK

rely

the

the

on

very

Government

matead

and effect, the people."

opposite of

wholo energies " But, Mr.

of

tends

to

of

tho

community itsolf has the destroy

as to the " Lyne, present situation f As to the present situation, it's a repetition of Sir Henry ParkeB' paBt dodges. Whenever he is not in him is to mnko gopower, the way with vernment else impossible. Ho by anyone, went same the tactics in 1880, If he cannot through ho causes in the Ashave his own dissension way, That's what ha sembly and tries to produce chaos.

to do now. the you think now in office That seeuis to roe '

trying

is

"Do

Government

oontinue "

be able

will

to

f"

to measure depend in a great not in a I am support it is to receive. say what the Government will do. SOBition [iniiters have not yet consulted as to what courso will betaken. That can only be decided the by one I Cabinet. There is would like to thing to. refer The persistently hurl Opposition all sorts accusations the of against Ministers and against the administration of thejr deportments. I for one had said but little in reply till I was in a

the

on

future to

to position disprove The about charges

the

absolutely

accusations

mado.

the in the Publia appointments Works Department I clearly on disproved by laying the table a return prepared by my officers, and in no In way dictated by myself. reply to the accusalost tion of extravagance I quoted figures Friday not morning whioh showed that I had exceeded the Hoads and Bridges vote which Parliament granted me in and the last Estimates, I proved that clearly these estimates were in large consequence of the entered and oontracts into by promises my absorbed predecessors, the sum My predecessor of

a

over

little

million

a

in

sterling

for

1801

roads and whereas in 1892 bridges, an appropriation of only £700,000, and for the only vote I exceeded at all was that reclamation These gave a large amount of works. employment, the health of the various suburbs wa» and a good asset was obtained. As improved, far as our own is expenditure concerned, in my though of money about a million has been spout department during the year, was for only £23,000 of that sum Works started by the present Ministry." " It is said, Mr. Lyne, that if tho Government do not move rcsim>¡ tho will another motion Opposition I

had

of

censure

"That's Parkes into

shortly." just

what

never

rest

will

exactly

the

famous of the and he chamber present

turns

or

power,

same

after crisis

He

in

round-robin House at and

half

before.

when

dosen much,

of

wa

It

produced on it the Saturday

on

others £8

he

till

chaos.

ont

stalked

hours. are

I just

.

his table night, of the

regret on

get« was

he

threw

for

Henry

Sir on

keep into

o'clock

sitting

vety

»aid will

1886, and

12

a a

I

everything

the

the eve

of

to-day,

Monday

or

and Tues-

day. NARRANDERA, SATUBTJAT, weather has been intensely hot during the past A slight shower passed over the town last Rain is badly needed. TENTERFIELD, SAT-BDAT. The Drake and Richmond Biver coach was due 30 hours ago, The but has not yet arrived. bridge is 22 miles impassable near Sandy Hill, from here. No flood damage has been reported in thi» locality. WAGGA, Sr-roAT. The weather continues an very warm. Only half inch of rain has fallen the past eight weeks. during The temperature was yesterday 105* in the shade, and 102- to-day. WILCANNIA, rUro-oAT. Four and a-half of inches rain fell-at Mungundi, on the watershed the of Darling The y«t*rday. rosa river 2ft ia consequence. Other reports are 101 pointa; Inverell, Mogil, 77; 77; Yetman, 21. The weather oonttaue» exceedCollanndabri, the tharmomster ingly warm, IM' ia the araajnag ?bias for this pit seven days, The week. night .

undoubtedly

accepted

AMERICA.

WATER.

.

ho though fairness

CENTRAL

IN

RIOTING

EGYPT.

-

position, between

IN

SITUATION

THH

I

HAWAII.

IN

.

Committees

of

man view

officer.

subordinate of his

in too, to act with has impartiality forces and even contending ; do so with unquestionable may it would when in the chair, of the office to the dignity te.nd

He,

the in

REVOLT

_

of position hold equally

THE

i

the virtue

taking

I

of

case

the

the not

of

I

argument higher view of does Speaker that hardly this

favour

UNDER

Another when the boat capsized. the last threo for has boen in tho tree daughter Constable to rescue her, days, and, in trying Constable Murray, other was drowsed Gangster relief and a volunteer party have gone constables, tree. Jackson's in tho to rescue daughter has boon received from Goodna or Ko information is that the All that is known Oxley or Brisbane. The town of Goodna is completely submerged. and tho people invisihlo, station is almost railway to had to the hillsides, leaving everything have fly behind them. TOOWOOMBA, Snirovr, Noos. received that a porhas just boon Intelligence tho Toowoomba main line on tion of the railway bo and a gang of men will rango has given way, at onoe sent to effeot repairs. drowned

IN

FLOODS

QUEENSLAND.

LONDON

THE HERALD'S CORRESPONDENTS.

IPSWICH

i

in

an

and went i_noB of ladies gentlemen party Admiral on Mossman'» Bay in the steamer to take afternoon Saturday part in the dedication a »mall schooner pf 16 of the Albert MacLaren, for the Church whioh has just been completed tons, Guinea. Tho cereof England Mission in New the of Newcastle, was Bishop mony performed by and a number of assisted by the Dean of_ Sydney/ missions in .Now ministers other representing were Guinea also present. Home committee of the Church THE executive The held its monthly meeting on the 31st ultimo. The Rev. G. H. Eich presided. matron's'Veport showed the usual number of inmates in the Home. After tho formal business of the meeting had been Mr. Brownrigg, got through, the hon. treasurer, It was forward his statement. reported brought would bs ready in addition that the new premises for occupation by the 1st March.

FROM

LONDON ÜERALV8 CORRESPONDENTS.

THE

FBOM

COBEESPONDENT6.

A

to

LONDON

S

ALL*

'

manship

HER

THE

?

in of

FROM

-*

|

same

I

even

the rule

that the

TERRIBLE

CABLES.

SPECIAL

CABLES.

SPECIAL

CABLES.

SPECIAL

j

I

by might

{shed we

Mr. A. J. manager), (outdoor butin»« Mr. E. M. Brune, Mr. 3. H. Alvarez, Stephen», Messrs. G. M. and the whole clerical and staff, Q. O. M'Clure, and G. J. Mainwaring. Bryan, 0. Shaw

the of Sneaker, and hope go further custom »become may of tho Chaircase the Thero is Committees. ruling

?

the

:

Electoral the. Bill through. Sir getting Henry Parkes is straining to prevent every nerve it going and Mr. John Dav es in the T/pper through, House as as is working hard possible to defeat ii." " What do you think would be the chances of the Governmsnt if to be a general there happened elecnow

tion

P"

"

I think they would have a good chance of coming back with a majority, anal think that ii do the Government could anything good it would be Sir Henry Parkes' manifesto. I read it carefor the first fully time this and morning, I think it is one of extrathe most ever productions submitted to Parliament. ordinary When these resolutions have been before the country for a week or two, be th» people will very cautiou» about to returning Sir Henry Parke» It ia power. such a thin all-round bid for to support. He wants oatoh everybody in hi» nat and then sell them afterwards." Mr. See, when be notiesd a Berala reporter approaching Um, promptly exclaimed-" I haven't got a lin»." for you-not anything "But Mr. thsre is a See, rumour that yon ara going to resign." "Mot a word of «nth ia ti If» Ilk» all «he

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Not takes." " Well,

I I'm

true

is

such things

are

lies-Bhameful lies." for them, Mr. but they're

responsible

a

turn

to

another

about

subject intentions

the

lie»

tell you Govern-

the

of

the

all

Can

:

mis-

as

liao."

a

What do you think f" Oh, they're beautiful and framod and glazed at the back and some at " I am at Then liberty Henry Parkes should man?1' " about it Yes, that's "

of

Sir

Henry

Parkcs's

"

because

ho believes

he thinks

MR.

hung the

round

his

that

you

should

be

some

neck,

into

He's

turning

I'm

it,

tion

a in

bo

matters

ON

because

bo

and

entangle-

the

Dibbs

Ministry this

rectify

of

Mr.

expenditure. in favour

oro

parties

unsatis-

the

O'sullivan

muBt

have

allow

the

or

fiscal

the

He

past

such

effect

was

O'sullivan Dibbs

Sir

that

manner

with

the

chance fight so, ssith

with

coalesce

to

ho

be

h

to

whatever

and

under

Uko

would

there

office

for

of

the

homo and

SIR

in-

lines,

much pretty a continuanco

election

he

better

will

credit

our

bo

will

it

our

a

to

likely

tako

woy to

a

distiuct

any

YIOISS,

the

The subject and so unprecedented men I have never seen before-or to cypress I havo ne\ cr meaning, offices

resort

to

of

of

tbcm words thou:

as

it

that

realise their from

escape sons

who

they

ore.

as

Lyno out

with

Mr.

a

voting.

tho

nction his friends

of

without

Mr.

refused EST

to be

'

paper his

breaking explain

m

Grahamo's bound

that

consent, it.

by

[BY

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of

result

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cannot

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my

tho

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that

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character

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in

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men

havo much

thought

experience

samo ou

j

say

ha\o situation

my forgot

thoir

responsibilities to resorted

Ona

to

as

is

the

conduct, that

are

Wo

conduct

not have

tina country who m their themselves who havo resorted

before

presentMinistorshave-tactics and a Parliament, disgrace

m

tho

desperatelj wo havo discreditable

nut

to

in

to

no

to

to maintain

had

never

tactics

which uro a the persons the

Parliamentary

news

amouut

an

with

that

is

of

cd

recen

as

tho

no

so

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i

Bill

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regarded with

dealing

of

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the

adver

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to

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unsatisfactory

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satisfaction, at the conduct

pressed

tho

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at

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PHILLIP

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treacherous

How thus

this now desenbod

of

the

annual meeting of tho Now South adjourned was in tho Association held Tvpographical the on Hall, Pitt-street, Temperance Saturday night, chair, C R in use president (Mr Thonilmson) attendance It was a \crv moved lhere was small seconded by Mr Hmwood, by Mr George Bartlett, the lhat the following be inserted in and carried,-" of of association under board rules tho heading of the board management Should management the association be that should deem it expedient conferof in at any meeting delegates represented tho ence (such representation involving expenditure of the the of the funds union), following questions *

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'

am

law

bo submitted

in

favour

of

you in favour moved and Mr rule

5,

a

of

ballot

the association Yes-no How

conference''

of

to

of

being '

"

seconded, "

thnt

line,

von

aro

candidates Mr. an

Hurley amendment

" be nmeponco bo inserted whether this

"

shilling" as to

of the by a ballot was Mr. the resolution earned. ultimately amendment of the Bama rale, Harley moved a further " after word snbscnp line by inserting eighteenth" of time in tho last their bon," Apprentices year on admitted members without may be approval then 3d per entronco and shall foc, pay Watson paying bv Mr James This was seconded week." A. moved, and Mr. carried. Mr. Arnold and ho That rulo amended to Burcher seconded,-" 47 s read as follow Every member of the association his first of memberhave year who shall completed m to an out-of-work allowance bo entitled ship shall than i e 10 weeks at 12s each year of not more £1-', and 10 January-June half-year, per week during Membora half-year. weeks during July-December for one out to bo out of work week before applying if in work longer of-work allowance, previously thnnamonth Theunomployedallownncetocomointo on July, 1S39 " After considerthelstof operation was the following moved amendment able discussion by Mr. J Mitchell, by Mr C J. Watson, weseconded the recommend boord of and earned,-"That a to to forthwith committee management nppoint or assisting method of absorbing deal with the host our unemployed "_ trade,

but

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HOME.

was held on The weekly meeting of the committee The Ultimo. at 557 Harris-street, Friday afternoon were and there pro Rev. J. D. Langley presided, Mr. J. Sidney, tho honorsent : Rev. D. H. Dillon, and the manager ary secretary (Mr. 0.1. K. Uhr), for the E. The Grethor). chairman reported (Mr. of meals 28 :-Number week ended January 223 : tem 668 : of beds occupied, served, number 2 for disfound for 2, permanent porarv employment now 1 2 ; left during the week], remaining, missed, the from 31. The weekly report was also received of meals of farm :-Number the superintendent 68 ¡ remainserved, 204 ; number of beda occupied, ing on the farm, 13.

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tile

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will

hero

como

request. defects,

of

phould

one

whioh

in

havo

their full

is

regarding him

new

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my pcoplo to grant

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tions fore

afternoon Tho tho

by

tho legal timt

fact

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ore

upon

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on

Saturday,

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when

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the

tho

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to

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as

tho to over

member

Ministers

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re-

minutes Munster

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could

of sudden

Peterson

the

Ka of

exit

aroused

seats.

rumours

Foreign countries H Wodehouso, Canavarro, Por-

-J.

follows

lo

Japanese

fate The

Constitution.

represented Britain, Mons

tho

these

Nothing

as

new

an

He palace. and Peterto tho signatures

thou-

affix

and Cornwell their they had resigned

that

And

out of the Cornwell

come

away

ascertained

lamina's Ministers

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discussion

some

the

driven

be

tho

presented

Nahmu,

afterwards Government building J. Wodehouse, H. Major new

were

ParHon

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to tho

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Ministers

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act

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a

tho

Minister

au

piescnt

m

appointed loreign

Munster

Colburn, CornwoU,

or

was

prorogation took placo

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Minister

Samuel Parker, Mr. John F H. Hon. W. A

the

to

Ministry

gentlemen

Hon.

treason

itself oxprebsod has intontion The oxecution momentarily

act«

following

fat

oorainit

to

and

abandoned, but that It appears defeat liament

Senhor A. de Souza I ranee, and tho new tugal Vizzavona, The American Minister Japan. Japanese Consul, At 2 o'clock was not seen in the neighbourhood. the conference had n jt this afternoon January) (16th was still a largo crowd m tho palace ended, and there -It is that Ministers Later rumoured grounds. Peterson rofusod to the and sign Colburn, Cornwell, Great

,

charge. SATURDAY.

:

Constitution

new

at

mained Queen

;

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at

represented

manv

one omitted and subicnptionof discussion Considerable ensued not bo Rettlcd should questiou

Arc

trade

1-2-3

sending ? H. Watson

elovonth

tho

Sho

bo

Queen

people, the

I prepare Constitution

sent

SUNDAY.

fat from Stock passings cattle, Moore's, Thirty to 200 fat cattle, Bugilbone per rail; Flemington in frcm Moree, Williams Richard and Son's, Midkin, from 150 fat cattle, Cleer and Perry's, charge; Roma to Flemington: 150 Mount Abundance, (Q.), same from to fat cattle, owners, Wamblebank owner in chargo Loder's, Flemington, 30 fat cattle, 2000 fat from rail sheep, Morah to Flemington per from N.S.W. M. and I. Welbon, Company's, to 53 fat cattle, A. Flemington; Moree, 930 to Flemington; Buchanan's, from Pilliga to Flemington; fat from Wee Waa Cross's, sheop, to 500 fat Moore's, from Bugilbone Kingston sheep, Namoi from 500 fat lambs, Pastoral Company's, to Riverstone 1000 Hebden, ; fat sheep, Edgeroi and from Welbon Downs to Fleming Wilson, Co.'s,
Tho

violates her sho oath, to a eolcrau obligation business came Constitution about the Bulletin of 10th by January was

thousands

INVERELL, SATURDAY. 210 Stock passings: Common, rama, Thursday, to Bros, owners, W. Dangar Tostwyck Yallaroi, NARRABRI,

of

and including nobles and representaof Saturday afternoon last, w ho w oro witncs3 the to her Majesty of presentation a uow After somo a petition Constitution delay waited tho bluo upon people m the hcrMajestj follows roora and audrcssod them as Princes, and has o listoncd to the Nobles, Hoprcscntatn es,-I

owner.

m

tho

for

'

Acorn

no

High

on

tives, present

;

Comans

which Bro

hor.

a

Constitution when sho

of

acts him

in

The the

against justification her must Majesti elso would bo-with

;

Tho

and

of anyone difTorenco the

ho is

in

tho

is

mon

follow

"

Her

Majesty's for

appreciation in vailed

tho

the

on

tho

quiet

;

Authority

subjects. any

;

will Constitution

be

land

;

all

citizens

to

of

the

the

takon of

her

assurance

a

;

;

meeting

request of Her

them

at

lawful

which holders

;

which

we a

the

man

tho

OB Fon BILIOOSSEHS sion of Spirit», Slugvinh

every can

jeopardised thei all

by this demand

down.

and its

at

home

and againBt

it

that more

There

"

"

revolution of

prosperity its government, under its laws,

rebellion is

aro

resisting material

property

credit

there

to set

breakers

for

of

stabdity

life of

not

laws,

poaceable and by every means but upwhich aro discharging a duty at In the cn-e good citizen. not

oro

roason every have. Tho

the

islands, of security maintenance

But

the

maintain

necessary, law, and

upon have

devolves Issue,

be

may of

to

and its purposes who resnt aggression

defiance, Thoso

:

;

«pint

this

called

is

ohroad, the

should at are

tho

law, be

stake

au and

who and

was

operation

per-

one Bassett and Spencer, leg and below the ankle the other between is 40 aud o0 years

who

his legs deceased

Tho

on

was

his

way

ing

Swan

of

DIPHTHERIA.

specially and Mr. suitable

thanked mado to A.

W.

for Mr.

were

(sports

reforeuce (gen.

m

close

bo

disenso time

Major who, making a

is

and

underground water supply tenances diseaso, v> eather

GOSFORD

other

splendid, The Gosford

and

was

houses

givon and

help

to lessen

on

both

a

good

Ah Pang labour Captain been ho of

ment

will

entitled

'

to

Honda

Station

tho

osen

retired

letter

he

ti

it

miles

further

donn

Ah

of

threo-quarters After full

a

aiterwards

owned Uro about in

Lake from jury roturned excessive drinking last

of

coses

glaring a pass

but

the

other

children that

noticed

boy

m

m

m W m m

and 825

m

SATUBDAY. the railway

on

travelling before-

cases

G m

G m

tho

were

Yass

m

Police

m

dismissed.

m

O

G m

m

m M

with

March

m

M

S

mm

M

m

m

m

who

m

W

M

notico

From tresh

no

m m

m

for

W

the

m

m

appoint-

SATUTIDAY

in

tho

It

appears

the

room,

room

was

that and lire

on

m

U

was

v

of

oars

m m

m

Mrs.

m

mm

shortly Sho

the children Fisher succeeded m Basing escaped jrom his tenement It is through a windon supposed that the Aro originated through tho children with matches playing Sessions and District Court commence 11 c Quarter on before who on Monday, Gibson, armed Judgo last Nino criminal cases will bo hoard Thursday of the A son of Captain Atkins, a s Robroy, was drowned on near Fennell s woolthursday morning shed Vt olknra, tho I ody being rccov orcd yostcrday lho evening,

W

points.

brought

wore

week,

G m

ver-

was

year

YASS,

this

m m

Dick a

Mr wero 0 rishor, totally 12 o clock this morning Mr and Mrs tenement, Kemp, with

the

o

m

by

ono

m

G

stock

milo the

inquiry death was due to that caused exposure thorobv. Tho at rainfall Packsaddle points, and at Badoa Park 81o dict

A few

m

up

Went-

m

ringand hurd

Goou

Police, received

BOURKE, Twohousos

G

stream,

have to travel a distance of 30 miles in this verv serious matter. weather without water is a An inquest was held at Lake Dick ou 1 hursday before Dr 1' E Atkins, concernthe acting coronor, ot the circumstances the death James ing attending John which M'Ñulty, took placo oa Sunday last,

without

m

m

stream,

down

should

about

m G

on

Chinese

Kow,

has

dist

on

M M

SATtiniHY.

Wentworth

the When sheop arrive there the water havo to v. ait until been not to havmg issued as it That might rust sheep

on.

drover is told he will is pumped, instructions tank full, keep the iron

wUl

of

that appears the position

to

mado

loading

aro

Islo

the

steamer

jetty.

MEETUS

indicted tho

Ah

ice,

The

and

minc, Vh

crowded

three

wera

years',

Superintendent m

Coal

to-dav.

mine.

m M

m

was

which

m

m

m m

m m m m

age.

m

BROKEN A

sad

evening tho at

accident

occurred

wh-reby

a

STJNTHY HILL, larruiwn0ceyes.crday named John 1 arr, working

m

at

miner

it

feared

is

ho

will

loso

into

brought to convevod attended

the

Broken

the

of

sight Hilt

by where

hospital,

both

special his

on

night

Friday

dowu

the

and

ne

a

nt Purnamoota a few placo attended tho salo which persons of an und ids hotel, anj hardly A first-class billiard Ublo realised

days

12s ud the table

brought tor

rho

few

tho contents ha obtained and a piano to obtain expects tho

piano

pro-

was

spectus

Com]

with

any,

establish Mr tho

a

ana

room,

-lloisrs F

Barling

R.

R

bell,

Upper

L

A largo and it is

)

w

ero

w

J

Carlton,

(secretary the matter, there s oars

shares

applied from i30

as guaranteed wcroeloctcd gentlomcn R Pago, It Carlton, G B Gullov I Crouch,

following

directors

in

factory 6o0

prcaidcd milk

Pago,

bo

will

a

was

met

and

Parker, amount

J

of

B

M

for

in

cow

s

of

courso

their

{irescnt, îov. W.

Aborigines'

W.

afternoon

m

J.P

Caroonter, Rov. J. Bonnott

E.

Dowling, G.

E.

Mr.

Ardill,

Associa-

(in

tho

Anderson, J. Greon,

m

Pitt

Hall, There

last.

W.

Martin, Mr. Mr.

Temperance

offices,

Tndav

Mr.

m

Mr C. sccrotarv.

general

m

acknowledged, including Riverina, and £10 from St. Mr. G. E. Smith reported of successful meetings m % anona churches of during tho uionth

a scries held and suburbau

m

were

chain, Mr. A.

woro subscriptions the dioceso of Sunday School.

£>i from Barnabas

m

m T

m m W

m m m m O G

O m

m

tw o tho

in

of factories

ASSOCIA

Protection

pro-

Dougall taken m

is

tho

at on

street,

the

onal provis li Pyers, D Camp-

interest

in

expoctcd number largo

of

Janu

Dairy operativo £1500 m ii shares, to Casino Tho Mayor,

of

capital

butter

a

R

lho

tion

city

mooting and tho

representative Hall this afternoon, for Co adopted the

PROTECTION TION.

council

having SATÜEDAY

CASINO, hold

ABORIGINES*

Tho

Several

portionately largely-attended in tho Town

m

m THE

E. Chauvol, and Lovely,

£6

aud

KUI,

but

ago,

of could

purchaser

Broken

m

m

m

blown

was

1

m

southern

chimney

tho

away down tho was o\cr bringing 70it Btac, with it This stack was high, connected with tho bodors furnaces of tho which work the for pumps both of and the accident necessitated nests furnaces, a for several operations hollis, stoppage of smelting until a uuw stack could bo crcctod As an lnstanco of the depression in some existing of the u sale was to outly lug districts, announced take

m

m

was

of stay which

G m

m

m

wero

storm

tho

ou m

Proprietary

stack,

A

m

He

ey es tram

injuries

tho

during shed

iron

galvanised of the It earned

dump

m

m

m

to

Late largo

£60

m

a

vas

m

m m

was Ho there, seriously injured drill with rackarook holo when, hy some the means, charge exploded, inflicting terrible on Farr Doth arms wero injuries fearfully and his right forearm lacerated, was broken, w hilst

quarries

loading

was

O

Richmond.

O

SATUBDAY

CLDTTOV, For out

the woek Illawarra

endod the coal to-day has sontowhat boon

of

exception Woonona

Mount

The

have

worked

mines

remaining

through-

m

with

inactive, Corrimal,

Kembla,

whicn

mines,

timo

trado

and

closoonfull about

averaging

W

m

M

two

W

M

dajs X he

steamers at

coal» Cornna

Hcrga,

Hilda,

Bellambi taking

y

are

and

m

and

osterday, coals

tho

there

to

EMMAVILLL, have Great complaints of tho appointment by tho Doj armient favo candidates Although

been

non

ber

have

wo

last,

not

made number

requisite of

hero

owing to the of teachers

Pubho examined

wore

heard

yet

Hesketh loaded and Kurrajong day SATUBDAY

Instruction

m

Decemof the

in

the

result

W

m

examination. At

held

president, tho tram

site

old

of

meeting

a

ciation

GULGONG, Improi

tho

Farmers

afternoon

this

chairman, Minister of the

Mr

of

Lands school

public

James

SATUHDAY. ement Clarko

communication

a

tho to be

re

A and granary favourable through Mr Wall, M L A notified that a ¿ducatiou March, and the secretary tho Slayor the requesting A Hall for tho meeting

was

answer

rho

of

a

verbal

G

Tochnieal hore to write

oo

room

in

M

boon

had

request

in

to

Town

tho

M

rofusod.

hundred and Thursday the adjourned the

30

parties

At

scribers J. Sinclair, land

W and

T

J T

Lane

and

proposal tho divido

Bolary

leaving, and a

atcr

wiro

graph down Tho tórate

Chinese

oro

on

to

it

H

W C

Row

M M

W M

-

O

Anderdon, Campbell, as

the

medical

EMT O ME

com-

bank

The

officers and man

latter

O

fouled

tho

O

m

of

m

tho

the

m

M

W

m

tele-

river, the and river, brought it remedid qu'ckly tho of tho population docof which pohco is 28,219, 70

m

m O

was

of tho is

an

last

mercase

over

last

numbered

year

year

W

of

76

NEWCASTLE, SUTDAY E Henry, newly appointed police magisand Wallsend, was Waratah proaontcd by J tho (Alderman Williams) on Mayor of Waratah at the Waratah Thursday night, School of Arts, trowel of the comwith a silver and mallet on behalf behool of mittee of the and with a Walgett Arts, from tho citizens and an addiess purse of sovereigns as tokens of tho esteem of Walgett district, and had been held m for a great respect lie bya thom There was number of years largo attendance was taken of the by tho member,, Opportunity legal W

M

of

profession the Mayors

and of

the

of

justices

tho

peace

present, to express

aud

Lambton

m m m

m m

m

Wallsend, the felt Mr at Henry's they appointment the presentation, and also Mr Henry acknowledged for the warm manner thanked the various speakers in him to district. which Uley had welcomed the vory Tho proceedings were satisfactory. NARANDERA, SArUBDAY white man born m George Henry Flood, the first of the Hon and nephew E this district, died Flood, on lllnoss Tuesday after a lingering TLNTERHELD, SATUBDAT Milne ormed on Mining inspector to-day to report the of this district from the Prosfor aid applications

being ana

pecting

O

m

m

southerly brose Uro

Gadara oats,

m

Board.

A bush fire occurred A burnt for two days was Two destroyed direction out

A wheat,

largo i.e.,

from last

on

Green

Hills

considerable small fires

occurred

of

m

and

m

a

A Wagga on Saturday. on at Baker's station, which waa stored with some was demachinery,

m

O O

week building,

EngW »

m

grass in

m

m

SUVDAY. run, and

area

m W

m

with

pleasure

made.

W

O

vossel

out

higher

being

O

O

and

your

ensuing

crosses

accident number

hy

M O

thud medical was negatived LISMORE, SATUBDAY and have been Oaklands

the of

This ChmoBo

The

rata

ruo

httlo where

1 ho exact collected

a

Macleay

cargo owing

discharging

when

J

elected

were

W

P elocted

the

G

three

office of tho subJ Borthwick,

Mather

Mooro,

for

pro

steamers

Tho

P

Callaghan, declared

appoint

to

local

by

up

meeting Wednesday,

W

Valhe

A

w

J

thors, D

the

annual

J Murray, K. Mayne were of management

mittee Drs

Ciosv

taken

wore

at

on hospital B Jamieson,

co

G

acres

lost

on

M

SATUBDAY

INVERELL, Eight

m m

od

for tho market

obtained

of

lecturer will was instructed use

m

vice

a

was

Board

M

Assorcceiv

application used for

WAGGA.

»WtV~£A»TT.}

Southern

M

by dcjstrovcd resided Fisher three children, left Kemp tu

"

Elliott

tho coal Keira

pavilion.

imprisonment

Battye,

T m m

911b.,

drink

got to

SATUBDAY

ALBURY, ou thursday

Sessions larra

42 years would lia

tcdor

in

were convicted sentenced to two IS months' to

was

schooner

with

Boyd'sco»,

Pleasant

M

attendance large aitcndanco A Blow for Blow,"

very was

of tho show ovouinga has been realised, debt on the now show

tho Quarter at Yana emplojed and sheep stealing

of

cargo Mount

M m

being for sheep at ana Dry Lake tank, until the was wait at Beefwood water The former which is l8 miles from tank, is to tho to havo it Wilcannia, drv owing neglect clcanod out last the and the jonr during drought, the negligence to pump tank full from surrounding after last heavy rams. watei Beefwood tank is about to

having pumped

SaTimOAT.

sum

tho

LETTER

m

-Mr. folloigs threo milkings,

WILCANNIA, Emily Jane loa>cs for lhe Mundoo passed Louth, The Maggie passed Tilpa,

station

on

Agricultural weather

The

a

N.

leaves a

as in

steamer

Court

Water

Baud

SAMOA

SHOW.

to-day

Brass

At

Ï ho

Dn. DK Josa n'a LioitT-BnowM COD Lirsn far Ort--By tho mont ctHcodou* restorative. Dr. Medical 'Whitmore, Officer of Health, St. Marylobono, If I wore Baked nay* :of tho marked «ucees» which for so many for an explanation haa attended the administration of Dr. Do Jongh'a ioars Cod Liver Oil, I should it la to .ight-Brown «ay that owing and proita extraordinary medicinal, dietetic, regimenal which are found to exist in no other medicine that am with in auch uniform combination." Sold rzrties, acquainted and capsuled imperial half-pinta, pints, quart*, only io all chemist«. Bolo consignees-Anaar, and Co., Harford, by Limited, London, for Sydney, 210 High Holborn, .AgeaU

has

in

Brisbane

continued and there

entertainment

dramatic

has that

M.L. A., of Public and the

rigid

AGRICULTURAL

Gosford was

leader,

The

in

tauks

GOSFORD,

was

pro-

longer

Donnelly, with the Minister of tins tho health of Cowra

communication

inspector,

all

Tho Show

most

is

was

Tho Elma arrived at Menindi yesterday. The stream, jostorday. Emu arnvod at worth fiom the Darling, yesterday It is stated that owners of travelling cortam suffered »overo loss on account of not recently

12

and abate«

au

company with the examination of the the borough, and of all other gonorally, appurof premisos to contain of the likely Renns and with their a view to The purification. continues hot. excessively

a

gat;od nuisance

the

opened for sonio board audMr.D.

to regard Tho districts. special inspector,

outlying

break-

are

closed, of

indications

where

in

Instruction

Becretary)

secretary),

localities

schoollocal

Mr

bodioB.

tho

should

Public

trate

thoir services, G. Fitzpatrick

Sommerville

responses

but

nounced

aro

The Mt. epidemic. Moraugli, M'Donald, and Cowra Public schools havo boen the medical gentlemen advise that no

the

lu

cases fresh continues

thut school

there

till

SATURDAY. child of Mr.

remaining this from died morning diphof Mr. James wero Mitchell four John Route's aro of Mr complaint. On all hands ona is

Convent

so

of

closed, behool

won wero pnzes given approwords of encouragement by the chairman, as priate also those who The had not been so successful. wero of the demonstration were of an roports oncouraging while nature, and though, not a better showing than be of a result lost will substantial year, Ino of tho demonstration were character officers

specially

Bow

yesterd-vy.

and

intelligence

Tho

Wallaroo,

FR1ENDLI

affiliated

Annie

Bullara

connection

in

milk-testing

with jetty from loading from Mount

Monday,

a

was

tho

steamer

The

m

cr.cauglod

only

children

remain

aro

and

M'Grogor

the

out.

will ment

1490

representative* who had

recipients

with

mot

in with The annual gathering connection the United Friendly Societies' Balmain Demonstration last in the Dispensary night took place on Saturday for the of Hall, Boattie-atreet, Balmain, purpose tho won at the on distnbuting prizes sports Anniof samo. Mr. versary Day, and of receiving reports and B. Bradshaw, occupied the chair, president, v. ere also G. Dyer thora present-Mr. (vico-prosi Mr. Mr. dent), Thomas Davidson (ex-presidout), Mr. G. James Aberneathy (treasurer), Fittpatnck secreMr. A. W. Summerville (sports (secretary), and

lhe

waa

OF

yesterday, with the sarao

down

SOCIETIES.

tary),

The

attacked

out

UNITED

BALMAIN

second

theria.

of

Company's Loch Lee is

able

Alexander

result

Bony Show forthcoming Lmdeav's cowv Honoycomb, of milk Mr. R. gavo 124jlb Mr D. Hyam's cow. 80}lb.

act

EPIDEMIC

"

lidgo

The tho J

Palmerston and the Kembla at the Mount

amputated, has died in the a and oller ou tapper ot desccndiug from the motion, with the object ot proceeding his trucks, when ho missed footing. the

vvasiu

OUR

m

,

CORRKsrOXDKNT.)

,

put

rights money and good«. than mere Political liberty at all haxards must be preserved lives The to n« as our right» should bo a» dear of a free and indeto us al members attach which of our of our are a personality, pendent SUte part and we cannot subof our self-respect, very being, our honour too. We to lo«e thom without losing mit libertamely by and be «horn of our cannot sit wa» «horn of hu as Samson ties a woman, by regard for Self-intereJt and self-respect, strength, M low of honour, M wall pw .our material intawrt»

the

had

Tho

TELSQJIAJ'II.J

OUR

here

which

a

re-

of

amputation

whilo in etigino to examine the While his became to a rope clinging legs the aud wore to cut wheels, pieces widower, and leaves three children.

LONDON (VIA AIDANT), -JAN. G. follow Immediately mg the cabled announcement that a warrant had beon issuod for tho arrest of Mr lato managet of tho Mercantile Millidgo, carno Bank of Australia, his Tho apprehension announcement reached London m the forenoon, in was tho afternoon Mr Millidgo in custody, and next on afternoon ho was board tho RMS Himalaya on his way to Melbourne, having passed tho night in a police coll and been brought beforo at Bow-street in Sir John Bridge tho so morning, that withm tho space of less than 24 hours ho had much incident into his life Mr Milcompressed was at his breakfast on lidgo reading paper when a ho saw Thursday morning telegram that tho Victorian Governstating ment to had resolved him prosecute to He said his friends immediately ho had been staying in with whom London, that ho would go to tho city and book his passage by on in tho Himalaya, which sailed the morrow, in order to lose no time being placed face to face with his accusers from booking Upon his return enter his passage, and before he could the houso to ono of two Scotland Yard officers his lunch, the shoulder, and Mr tapped him on Millidgo a found himsolf Ho protested prisoner strongly tho arbitrariness of his against arrest, and comthat ho had dono nothing to plained justify it, and the steps ho hnd token to go out to explained to vindicate his Molbourno character Tho officers that told him his guilt or innocenco was a matter with which they had nothing to do their to rt.mo\ o him in Mr duty was custody Millidgo see was to his nnd theu left pormittcd friends, with tho officers into This morning when ho came tho dook there waro not moro than a dozen peoplo present, and tho theso included Sir John Bridgo, presiding magistrate Mr representing tho soliciBnrgcss, to to tho Board of Tndo Mr Byrnes, from tho offico of the official Mr ARO liquidator, s Low ndes, Mr soliciter and Mr H Millidgo H Vincent with whom Mr Millidgo hid boen at Hammersmith of «tay ing Inspootor Tiirroll, on Scotland Ynvd, gave ovidonco of the arrest tho preccdingafternoou,ands&idMr Millidgo remarked tttthotinio, I hine just taken my passage, and was to to to morrow sail Molbourno going over the warrant Upon reading Mr morning" The balance-shoot was not a Millidgo replied-" falso is ono, and I can I thinl this prove it v cry If the authorities m Melbourne hard on mc mo had communicated with I should huvogono tomo time back at onco I have been waiting to BOO w hat to do When I saw they w oro going this Hint a prosecution had boon morning's pipers w cut decided upon I at once and booked my passage I havo given that lay in over}-information to Mr tho ofnoial receiver" my powor Stewart, Ho then hauded o\ or his pasBigo tickot, and when to tho case asked if he had any pnpers relating ho ho SP id showed the losses produce J a book which mado by tho bank Thore woro sovoralnowspapor to the fatlnro of tho bank in the cuttings relating ho book Sir John Bridgo said ho thought would ann remand Mr Millidgo tho al of papers pending to the case Mr Lowndes askod that this relating this reason that Mr should not bo done, and for carno to this for tho purposo of Millidge country in his to tho gi\ lug all infonnation power relating of tho bank to tho offioial and affairs receiver, on ho learned ho was wanted tho immediately other sido ho booked his passage Sir John Bridgo was if thore any branch of the bank in asked an o London Mr Lowndes gavo aihrniatn roplv was a most Tho bank concern, with lar¿o m of tho sharaholders and the England assets m Australia Mr Millidgo had been ono df of tho the voluntary bank, and it is liquidators the remarkable thut ho was now arrested Whilst w ero against tho directors proceedings by way of it was to out Mr summons, arbitrary »ingle arrest for Turroll said Mr Inspector Millidgo wnn on a arrested from the Millidgo telegram Sir John tho Molbourno police Bridgo inquired sailed timo that tho Himalaya Mr Lowndes " 1 is o'clock Mr replied Millidgo " perfectly to hu accusers Mr Burgess proparod go to moot an Australian was said tho proseoution tntiroly no instructions at ouo Ho had all Sir John receiver said ho supposed tho offiml had Bridge with the affairs of tho made himself acquainted bank and Mr position Mr Millidgo's Mr boon exsaid Millidgo had Burgess him Sir John asked amined Bridge by it to if whether would be injurious jusbco Mr went Millidgo back in tho Himalaya Mr Burho ought to bo nccompauiod thought by gess was UM a witness Mr callod somebody Byrno como to Mr said ho did not Millidgo oxpressly to tho but England to give information receiver, bo had en information in all tho Ins grv powor a determination if a Ho had always expressed made against him in Australia to go chsrgo woro it out and meet Sir John Bridge asked Mr reason to Mr Byrno if ho bad any suppose thut if released would not return Mr Byrno Millidgo not to answer would undertake tho question renowod his Mr Lowndes for application Mr reloaso of Ho said tho Millidge bo Mr could roachod Millidgo only summons not warrant A would by and there was no evidence upon whioh reach him to detain Mr Sir John Millidgo Bridge ropliod the samo as that upon which that tho ovidonco was was granted, and in strict law he was tho warrant to bound until that evidence keep Mr Millidge was Was from tlio produced anyone present receiver who would mjnatico official say that no to leav o would bo done in allowing Mr Millidgo to tho London and return ship? Mr Byrnes to say BO not undertake Mr Lowndes could his own urged that Sir John Bndge eould cxorciso was whether Mr discretion Tho question Byrnes not that justice would be injured had a belief by to Mr allowed Mr Millidge being proceed asked whether tho ofbeer would Byrnes to to Mr get toko Millidgo Carey-street answer receivor Mr an from the Lowndes Sir was short John Bridgo said an said the time soo on must Mr Millidgo tho officer Himalaya to Ho w ould tako his rocognisanco appear when An could go with bira to Carcy called officer and then see him on lum strcot, board, or bring back in custody if the ship sailed was hurried on board tho HimaMr Millidgo ho woro It was laya with only tho clothes promised that his baggage should and a cabio follow, was sont to tho Molbourno that Mr Milpolice

the

aro

m

Swan,

MIL

the

in

above ho ma», low state.

»as

young

[BY

that the

of

in which it is given." candid statement a meeting of to it the was Referring Commercial the people called. -" This one for Adie) declares day isa critical tiser called ntthe has been Hawaii A mass mooting should bo attended by every and it Rifles Armory, or who wishes to blood belief, citizen of whate>er Wo aro not a» a freoman. counseluphold his rights of lawlessness or violence. This to any deeds ling same

MR.

nativa

assurance

the

accept

preSatur-

tho position

fundamental law sought only by me'hods provided Her Ministers itself. Majesty's

in the Majesty Notwithstanding

SICK HEADACHE, Giddiness, Depresof the Liver, Sourness Vomiting', Evils, and it« Impure Blood, Skin Stomach, Constipation "Fruit Salt" ja the Sea Sickness, Eruptions, &c, Eno's It removes and best by a nimplest remody yet introduced. or from the blood. natural meant effete matter poison fetors, feverish and and curing «kin, thereby preventing and drinking, and pro errors of eating counteracts any are In diarrhoja. Caution.-Legal rights protected venta each bottle and see that civilised Examine every country. Without it ia marked Eno's "FruitSalt" tho capsule imitations. Sold have been on imposed by worthless Fruit you Salt Works, everywhere. only at Eno's Prepared London. Eng,, by J. C. Kew Cross-road, Pomeroy-strect, Eno's patent,-[.ADVTO Hair GAIT .Sulphur To DABKEX HAIL-Lockyers and cheapest Reston? is the quickest, beat, safest, the Bestorer. keeps off great English Lockyer*-» Sulphur, hair bottles. of time. Causes to grow. Lnrge ravage«

of

the thoir

promulgation

stress for

given

is m

desired

change

express has

which events

that tho

was

Constitution

new

;

situaexcitement.

to

the

since this community to say authorised day, and are in to by Her Majesty regardunder

;

on

with 16th, excitement

popular

desire and order

tho

consultawhere the

ever}

change m suppressed

issuod to allay Ministers

;

re-

with

holding and

sudden amidst

was

ing intention

evident

are

offices,

discussed,

Parker

consultation

in

palace

private the

street»

tion The

to resign,

or

tho Business

tions

Mimstor

The

off

I

hospital. the Uno,

,

illegal she

«Inch

MANAGER.

THE BOW-STREET COURT.

,

The

place. was

ano

and

;

Wales

its

in

not

aro

of

substituto

citizen private a revolutionist oboy tho Ians

subject,

action

State, guilty

is

treason,

native

the that



or

Constitu-

to

attempt

to

rank

With guardian» to support

tho

solemn

in

her

tho

mutter

and

meanest

after

a

and revolutionary aud revolutionary condono a transgression and

viewed exactly ono difference

Adiertiser

Assembly, autnonty

hospital,

ho

btWDAT.

,

pour

directly

and

devising

rebel

to

a

and pros Legislatura

the

overthrow

Sovereign

rebellious docs not W caltli

station laws

continue may blessings declaro this

this Queen in and if the made by

the

that

as

would

tho

to

of

encourageinfant inaus results will pro\ mid Ropr senta

Kingdom,

of

an

our

our

Bituabon,

law, attempted tho Hawaiian of her own instrument

tion

to source

liberal

of

nftornoon, of the Legislativo without Liliuokalam,

Qucop

colour

tho

prosperity

a

Saturday

prorogation

Majesty

that

now

the

alao

is

somo

countr)

I

relations

restore of

may It

Nobles

our

en

noighbour,

measure

Almighty

for

intention» best

troaty

as

notion

our

j

that

adequate

my

such

that

Acts -which the is

it

adviser» bo

friendly

to

ont

carry

your be

enjoyed. to notico

revolutionary, has made had been would havo boen a

:-500

Par-

numerous

will of

will

c\tondcd my hopo

been

ponty as heratoioro. prorogued. Commenting -" remark» On

SATUBDAY.

movements atock to «ydnoy, W. to Morven

the

in

session

appropriations and scalo,

out

and great of America, »tates interests that formerly to me

to

LATE

taken

is

procured, wlicro the

found necessary. by Drs. W. F.

knee

and

was

COWRA,

of

some

of tho

THE

AT POLICE

(FROM

constitu-

Ino

tho

in

Government

our

agricultural which svo

;

resi-

_

shall

formed being tho

DEPARTURE OF LXDGE FOR AUSTRALIA.

havo

ruler

constitutional

my

the

carrying It expressed. to promote

de.wour

COEBESrONEENTS.)

Walbundrie

of

new

efforts

HURRIED

inland,

country.

best

proper »o

and

Kiddle owner merino from John ewes, Meragle, 500 crossbred Reid owner lambs, from Goombargana to Melbourne, owner : A. Holme 75,000 mixed sheep, districts to various from other Albury markets, owners cattle, from other districts to Albury 17S fat owners. market, various FORBES, FRIDAY. are the crossings over the common The following 5500 wethers from for the wook :-27th January, owners to Hann and Halloran Corrigan Albury, 160 cows to Goulburn, Cridland 2Sth, from Dubbo Brothers owners 36 cattle from 30th. bead mixed to Murrumbidgee, 5000 Glenbigh G- Quinn owner store wethers from to Prairie Lands, M. Trangie from

ewes, 900

the

to

action a

Or

tho

sooms

length

expressed The law. on a liberal

aro

myself

revenue



INTELLIGENCE.

ALBURY, Following

feated

TRAVES

of

their

become

have

i

the the

TRADE.

thoy appealed

WOLLONGONG, SATUBDAT hero in the dchato was manifested in the motion Assembly yesterday, the most people result surprised the Government would bo do

censuro news

the was

BANK

tho

to

was

logs

the

safeguard Queen

of

lll-adwsod

the

upon

use

a

(molt

tho

of

refugo

affairs

ARREST

oral

se

Islands, to

ot

unprecedented

intentions

hope

MELBOURNE, SUNDAY. of the representations In consequence mado by tho Geelong Chamber of Commerce that great is sustained tho preinjury by the town through sent to tho port, condition of tho ohannol leading tho Commissioner of Customs has givon instructhat tions tho channel shall bo resurvoyed. Tho will of Franz Andreas Kohler, of Coburg, bas boen lodged for probate. The estate is valued at £15,515, of which £15,000 is realty. Among are tho legacies £175 for tho Roman Catholio inand £50 for tho Melbourne stitutions, Hospital. state Reports received from to-day Inglewood that disastrous fires have been burning in different for acres of directions days, and roany thousand have been consumed. gross

has

Tor accounts

place

of

forçait

will

havo

you

TEA.

MELBOURNE, Loau an 1 Mercantile

PASTORAL

district

interest

MERCANTILE

PROCEEDINGS

been

much labour, and I congratulate on you at lost having completed your arduous dutios. Tho been on tho which has now placed statut*, legislation books conduce to the adi aucement w.U, I trust, of the material interest of tho kingdom, and it gi» cs mo that to note to pleasure attempts tamper with the with currency and interioro the established have been My usages of commerce happily averted.

ISLAND.

BUTTER

strife

imprudent formulating

m

action

The

place involved

has

Zealand A^cjcy aro in of rccoipt Compnm, Limited, telegraphic advice from thoir London houso to tho effect that two of butter, ex Oceana, realised their shipments 108s an of 112s and averago price per cwt. respecis It also that the market for tively reported is lifeless, stocks this being in excess of commodity trade requirements, and lower have to pnces will be accepted.

SATOTIDAY consionly tho

salarv, time

is

attempting

to

taken

division

SATUBDAY NARRANDERA. hero that bitter disappointment not defeated Tho Government of the confidence or the respect the

this

Great

It

the

to

bomg

aro

of

is

it

members'

£"00,

ernment,

Thero

and

failure

country

the

upon

that

consider

people of tho Go\

tho

de-

SATURDAY tho

the

lins

Hawaiian

Assistanco

robbed a lady of her having on Thursday. Hartingwss Foster to two months' un of ladies were robbed during

At tho regular Munimeeting of the Wollongong tho cipal Council liiBt amounting ovomug pay-sheet to £112 and waa announced Us 3d was it passed, that the bank was £1313 overdraft The at the recent show total gate rccoipts amounted 6s 6d Last were to £182 j ear they £208.

i

old,

Captain from

direct

ithdrawal

w a

tho

by advise»

s

and

Alameda, almost

marines

of

precipitated

wrong-doing,

Now

feelings

YASS, Yass

deration

deserted

fred}

aro

members

The

day

ex-

ropoatcdly votes of cen-

period

district

two

gives is

in

LISMORE, membor nnd

senior

discussod to with diverse

generally is received

Pirliaraent indignation

Opposition

useless with members who

timo

s

SATt-lDAY

in

much

of tho

country

criticised sj stem

lands

public

of

result

general

the

disgrace

general small

BATHURST, SarüEIUY. this on A shocking accident aftornoon happened railway ¡mo near named Kelso to'an employoo James Swun. Ho ondeavoured to ascend an engine in and the wini motion, but clipped fell under wheels, which his leçs, thom passed ovor mangling horribly.

of

ground

and four A number

Srisoument. le show.

BATHURST.

NEAB

show

to

'

OTTS COBnEBPOOTBSTTS.)

ACCIDENT

court

police the

on puno sentenced

tho

arnv.il

after for Vfos sitting 170 days, prorogued by Queen on Hth Jauuary. Queen, when proroguing said Parliament, Nobles and than sevon representativos,-Atoro months since I opened this have elapsed Assembly. time of During that many Cabinets hive changes

EDUCATION

OF

final

Uio

which

civil

tho

StatcB

to

to

The

.

to

Go\ernment

SATUBDAY by country

dissatisfaction

good legislation with being can ho Government majorttv Coalition accomplished. is spoken ot very favourably SATtmDAY GRAFTON*, result of tho division the last The in Assembly here r night is generally acceptable strong though that nu be made to impiession exists appeal should divided as the Hou=o soems the countrv hopelessly opmtnn

men

Asked-"What do you which the circumstances in ought to do considering Parkes said orr nenry "Ido thevare placed?" sav what not think it is for me to the Government ought to do" " What in would office ?" you do if you I wore do not Bee how brought tho ans-ver-There, again, of I could give an answer, because I cannot conceive circumstances to my which would lead any possible as That they are in being m offico in such conditions to own the condition in I cannot bring my mind is, One thing to me which they »re pheed a3 applying have v> hethcr is they will to consider quito certain the of can business this go on conducting they which with the majority they have non country has o been no definitely It would assigned to them who at nil if the had promised to majority persons voto with hod kept their promise the Opposition has to bo considered-not simply Then thnt majontj but in of its slender character, the light the on own the speeches delivered bv thoir supporters, their whom decided disapmajority of expressed in of of essential clements tho policy the proval present Government "So Asked consider that the you majority » " Sir Henry Parkes is a working majority From ti hat said you will said I havo already gather conceive of a that I hardly can high-mindod into a position wbcro they Government getting mean a majority What be left with such I would m the various is that something steps leading to thiB to have determino the result would cropped up action long before, because anyof the Government their friends must see-even own seo one could of the Munster» themselves even the moro thinking seo aro on a downward track must that tbey on occasion is had the last The majority they tho majority they shrivelled get on Friday up in --* night Sir that the Ministry were ?'But suppose, Henry, considered that the majority to proceed as if they was» ?" working majority 8ir Parke» intelligent Henry Any person must from bad to see that in a course thoy would proceed might be, that and, whatever their struggling worse, in The Government their dis omfiluro. would result demoralised now ?ide of the House is so thoroughly one hour to another that they cannot depend from upon any threadon oftho safety. other that hand, Sir Henry, "Suppose, sent for to form and you were they were to rcBign, would you do ?" an Administration-what of conduct for with my lino I cannot consistently place many years past (Sir Henry Parkes answered) because such supposititious position, myself in any in with such that dealing I have always considered as involves, affairs tie government of a country grave man to say what he wonld do upon a has the right to have reti case. He sufficient Co ought ypothetical 1» in to wait he the and aelf-respoct until right >ence come to him. I should ever if that position of I my life o not think that in the whole course jn regard to a case ave ever Íosition, indulged in »peculation me 1 have no not before which was completely of of the resignation to reason suppose that in case I should be seut for. the Ministry could be "Do that another Ministry you think House with tho in the prêtant prospect of formed ' on of the country ?' the affairs carrying In to that BABIES I am bound Sir HZKBT reply best for the to thing present say that I think be the a dissolution. I think it would would Opposition to have a dissolution be far better for the Opposition of Dibbs than a dissolution Sir George on the advice own advice. Io esme r few months hence on their ?

CORAKI The

people

Tho of

last

evening

peras

the

was

tho

timo

the

SUNDAY. MELBOURNE, A resident of Phillip Island in a letter to tho fir Customs states that a herd of door Secretary has increased to tho island originally placed on such an extent as to becomo a positive nuisance, much causing damago to tho crops of tho farmers. Wild ¿cor oro all tho year round, and protcotod to a penaltyof them is liable £10, anyono killing to £15 in addition for oach animal depaying are not Deer privately owned exempt stroyed. from the.sportsman's gun.

Tho

SATDTIDAY. CLIFTON, hero at expics"ed in the Assembly

disappointment division tho

SHOCKING

moved

liament,

STONEMASONS.

SHIPMENT

THE

COBBESr'ONDKJfTSO

OUB

way

other

Parliament Government

thom think

result

these

Assembly

thoy

bv adverting the bar of

of

feature

tho

that

had men have fought offices, to such

of

right

and

Much

OF

TELEaitAPn.l

DAERELL,

by

striking

(mon

(FBOK

the

at

'

-*

_'_

THE

contained of

coudition

Queen

tion

of

have

capital

serious

been

MELBOURNE.

state

a

Quceu United

the

the

'lins

A

in

cables

and

from

MELBOURNE, STODAY. The Minister of Public Instruction is seeking tho views of the Boards of Advico throughout tho a viow to with in tho colony judicious economy

COUNTRY.

THE

IN

IN THE DEPARTMENT.

DEER

to

arose

COUNTibYNEWS:'

the

APPOINTED.

capital,

the

"Thepalace

Mr.

scene

Saturday's

in

somo

Inglis, mado

a

attcrvvards,

regrettable

Grahame'a

strongly

could

Mr. Lyne prominent thing to attempt then that

disreputable and go It was

to

immediately made

to Mr.

be

was

of

was

»as

it

Opposition

and

up,

regard pair that

that

incapable and

reference

division, Chamber to

OF

of

property,

MELBOURNE, SUNDAY. Tho Melbourne firm conccrnod in the Bhipmont of tea recently condemned as unfit for human food an has furnished that tho consignexplanation ment was to it forwarded for simply disposal. Tho explanation is as regarded satisfactory, but tho tea will bo sent back to China.

and

with

protegí,

to

REPOF.TS

Hawaiian

bo

our

of

landing

MELBOURNE, SATOTPAY. in the dnys ago the masons of employ tho Footscray inStone-cutting Company were formed of a reduotion of 8d per day in consequence of trade. before was 10s of the dullness The rato 8d a day. The reduction is resitted by 50 of them. The affected idle The yards wore to-day. intends for men to take the advertising company placo of tho strikers.

away. to ring, the result

the

the

across

member of tho

bo

to

deposition

;

THE

arranged Lyno tuon already

that

tho

days past

"

leading him bell begau

in

During

called

and Mr member

M'CULLOOH.

department.

the

rofroslimout-room,

difficulty tho division lod ni his

known

for timo Government

a

íncapnblo

somo

momont

cimo

the

Want. the bon

tho

to

to try to get to do so,

upon again tho bon. members of the

certain

Mr

up

-

however, Mr. Lyno, found

to prevent mudo so

went

shortly refresh

the

wa»

ECONOMY

that. member

but m

JAMES

MELBOURNE, .SATOBDAT. made in Bourko-streot yesterday, expect will assist in cloaring

the polico the mystery

to

members of tho what tho result

member

ucanng

with

at

SIR

Honolulu,

contractor

the

able

the

ision, sober, bim

to telephoned at the Metropole,

OPINIONS

be cannot overlooked show, without apparently of the fact, that they regard anybody as ono to with thcin who is trying v. inch something belonged to thom of they socm to consider the offices ov, n indis ldual Thoy do propertj.

conscious

criticise

of

office.

interferes

State

du

ornmcut

was

pair

Garrard,

and

behaviour They

anyone.

deprive in other

far

mcaus

tho retain

their

by being who

I nor

whole

and

hold

they

to

men

m

vv

to

that Mr.

In

at

it

bo lett

was

refrc6hment-rooinj with

Lvne

who

oung

the

driuking

Opposition

\

"

of

namo

would

was

aft»rvvirds,

As Mr.

after

which

it

I and the

failed,

hour

still

Mr.

pubhc

If

ho it

Gov

a

got Ho

the

for members m.iko a man

CONCLU-

as

place

Tnday night ? Parkes No, Honry

Sir

not

and

to

he

"

Hassall

determined to being

says

on

sud,

a

ropoitor, Mr. Waut a get with that, and don't him a get will vole not

satisfied

Lvno says ho saw certain drinking with Mr Lvno says ho know

already

and

with

his belief cause

to

CITIZENS.

PROVISIONAL MINISTRY interest attaches this Very great of tho Oceanio Company's RMS the fact »he is Morso, from that

A few

the Mr.

and

sufficient

wero

re-

night.

OF

CIRCULATED. A

STRIEE

conclusions

retaliation,

MEETING

CHIEF

MELBOURNE, 8ATUBDAT. that Professor MorriB will pubof tho late Chief Justice Higin

ARREST

arrest

the

Lvno in when

those

do they

the mail steamer cn the left Honolulu evening 16th ultimo what hss since transpired has boon oxtont known to somo via London. by cable of residents to Washington, deputation United annex States, Government asking that tho American tbo and Hawaiian Islands, the reception tho request has met also the at the United States capital, position taken nations havo boon interested, up by other and aro in our referred to, again London to-day cables.

I

m

well-founded

believed

by

him

At

in a

is

since

sololy

Friday

on

and boforo

so

MASS

near

the 1 his

ot Mr. Parliament

of

Mr.

bo, away. half an

LATE

not

is

formed

tho

mentioned afterwards

and

he

pair, hours Mr.

threo

being

on

division

on

a

did

out myself, mentioned

also

whom as

action

not

extricate

it

Tho

to-morrow

tho disappoaranoe surrounding from named Jacobson, Pahiatu, New Zealand, in November, Wellington, 1890. Jacobson and Wm. Smith contracted to cloar land at Pahiatn. was Tho contract scarcely when Smith a to completed engaged carrier transport tho camp and his personal luggage to the nearest The carrior, who know township. asked if he wore Jacobson, not Smith going too. Oh, no ho has answered, already waa gone home." That remark tho first intimation of Jacobson'« disappearance, and from then till now the police of New Zealand searched but in vain, for traces of unremittingly, a was Jacobson. warrant issued for Subsequently Smith's arrest, but he also disappeared. Ho was to be in Victoria, and tho detectives suspected on havo boon tho alert for weeks past. many Smith Yesterday in Bourko-streot thoy recognised and arrested him. Smith first denied then admitted This morning he was before identity. charged Mr. Panton, P.M., with tho larceny of oamp gear, and remanded tho arrival pending from Now Zealand of nu official to escort him to Dunedin.

away of a

good working useful with

erroneous

very

Hassall walk

referred not vote,

is

Sn

Mr.

will

I

Lyno, speaking to promised

was

aro

what

An which

formasides of

difficulty. from

had

Hassall

with

there aro a few peoplo present juncture "What does Sir asking Horny Parkes '" and what will he do in a certain contingency think, some To obtain information bearing upon thoio a of our waited raombor staff points upon tho cx at his rosidonco nt North Anuandalo on Preraier chat After a friendly with Sir Saturday afternoon our Parkes social tópica, reporter asked upon Henry as him-Have j on, Sir Henri, formed any opinion to

I

deal

wo

As

IN

Ministers.

the

for

tho both

to-

arrived

MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE NEW ZEALAND CONTRACTOR.

if

place, havo

votiug

but

that

Bold

is

and

financial

tho mombor

nassall

member

pair the

the

At who

first

posBibly Government

a

to

abstained

taken boing nctod explained, basod on facts which

Mr.

snececdod

prosperity

PARKES' SIONS.

a

House,

from

Mr.

Mr.

pair.

member,

abroad.

HENRY

certain resentment. in

of

stand

is

able

Parliament, the country."

informed drawn

was

said

havo

certain was

it

Onposition. division

tho

had

of are

going member

antagoas they

in

been

been to a

him and

without took

our

in

interests

would

into

provinces, to block the

for

ha\

be the

present

I

timo

has is

government

Party Australian

form

commuiid

ould

w

its

from

Opposition

hope

of

the not

difficulty Ministry from

before

incnt-room

stablo

system

the

serland,

tho

election tho

it docs moro Íjhf-tlv n New South Wsles of than in legislation progressive anything life, rho sooner it is and resort abolished, hko that which prevails

non-party

dissoludo not

I

themselves, to legislate

present

could

and

o

get About a

timo

legislation

be

Next grounds.

all

m

tried

would

it a

LATE

if

blessings

the made

EXCITEMENT HONOLULU.

MELBOURNE, SUNDAY. A service in commemoration of the death of Sir .Tamos M'Culloch was held at St. George's Presbyterian Church to-day.

AN

not

for the coalition

seo

now

country first tho

Mr.

with

policy,

general

a

then

not party fniluro

if

dissolution had

the}

m were, Parkes could

could

n,

measures

pair

voted

no

and

majority,

his

form

sees

voto

strong House, which

the

to Mr. tho

ho

he

national

party back

come

would

a in

progress Even

Pailm

boforo think

I

Hawaiian

SDNDAT.

reported a

EXPLANATIONS.

Henry

eventually

was

Ministry O'sullivan bo brought

Mr

Ministry will Indeed,

existing

forces

national,

of

speech on emphatic

one

Dibbs

date

anvthing

and his

pledges, of

at

the

coalition, a

early

Ministry.

wrangling

had

a

such

government,

and

lino

wouldnever coalesce destroyed all and the Government, the old party lines,

instead

he

an

of

a

go upon with his

Though

a

until

Assembly.

my

can

Lyne,

utterance

coalition

a

against at

nistic

colleagues

tion

actiou

members

most

I of

cure

division

not

the

its

tho

in

Thnt

as

do

that

place

is

Government

to

opinion enstonce

ara,

and

consistent

tho

Opposition, declared

bo

of

some

stated

Opposition

tended

to

opponents in Barton,

Mr.

motion,

of getting therefore had

such

that

their

But

Mimatry Parkes's

H.

Bcok

oflico,

placed said

Opposition to pet Dibbs Ucorgo

bir

is

THE

of

adviMng in carrying

reason. as both Bides vt ere almost Also, ovenly balanced, in the event of a dissolution not being Bide or tho granted to one other, endless confusion affairs would result, and chaos m publia And as I not vote with tho could Government, being to their Local Government Bill and opposed Mr. now Land Copeland's Bill, which savours too much of a squatters' measure, abstained it I therefore from votiug. Had I voted have been with the Tho would Opposition. only

wanted

shall

issue

single

so

to

ought into

ho havo

tho of

present

recording I saw Sir a majority,

We

politics, is

propared

Government,

might strong

braver

which

Ewing

flercoly against

voto

existence

Mr. in in not NICOLL, M L A regard to lus action his recording vote in the division on Tridny night, .-" statemont Mr. makes tho following Reid says, in that I promised to vote in Saturday's the Herald, division on of censure with the vote tho Opposition. This I must as I no to either contradict, gavo pledgo Go\ eminent or reasons for not Opposition. My

have gard

we

Mr. who including and assailed for unjustifiably the lu order Government coalition and such a a policy, at ono timo to oust

views,

so

when

been this preaching doctrine and in Parliament for platform, siso Many other members hold

tho

on

press, months

both this, federation.

amvod

What

aim.

any had

to and

has and

policy,

demarcation several these

time

bolder,

national

a

in

the

broader, in their

Australian is

In addition retrenchment

of

thinks

they carno

the

for

understood lish the memoirs bothain. It

which

measures

pass

OF THE JUSTICE.

follow

but in

rich

PROSECUTION.

that

Govern-

strong

a

Tho to

legisla-

and

right

allowed

our

things, and Opposition as a» rivals In weak their fact, balanced in to evenly Parliament allow of either sido doing much m the of legislaway tion. Therefore Mr. has been O'sullivan advocatof tho best ing a coalition Government, consisting talents of the House. Such an would Administration a command strong following, and, being free from it useful motions of censure, could get on with and is well The progressive legislation ground coalition. for such a The fiscal prepared question of tho has boon settlod by the necessities conntrj. Even if the freetrade carno into er Opposition pon not remove the tariff, as tno they could £91)0,000 which it brings In is absolutely roquired to per year meet

think they with

which what I

up

thing advice

tho

SOME

too

are

parties

to

try

GREAT

INFLAMMATORY MEMOIRS

not

do

we

If

of humiliation, days of honour, and

commonwealth."

of

COUNCIL

MELBOURNE, The members'of tho Federal Counoil Tasmania. dino day from Thoy will as tho guests of tho Premier and othor

,

necessary. not

country,

sum

best

on

THE

backwardness

these

To

the

tion

socialists, but

sure,

condition,

deplorable of state

a

ment To put ment is absolutely apparently will factory condition be would just

the

by the country dunnç tho Parbnmcnt. feould justify Nothing obstruction dissolution don uright except those measures ment.

Sir think sandwich

a

votes."

O'SULLIVAN SITUATION.

in

did toko place, asked to form that ho would

Ministry

this out

front."

to say be turned

iu

catch

will

it

Thev

things.

Bald he had at one Mr. E. W. O'sullivan thought these reasons time of voting with the Opposition,for clear mind has been to his for months -It past that ? strong Administration, supported by a powerful and has become essential united to good following, " in New South The Wales. safety of government the is Our the supreme law." finances people aro

the

Government, a dissolution ?" HEM». PARKES I have alrcadv expressed it as decided opinion that best that tho tiling could w ould be a dissolution on happen to the Opposition the of advice Sir George Dibbs now Notwiththat of expression I do not think standing opinion new Minister would bo in that any justified taking other courso to transact the businoss any than trying of the countrv » ith tno In other pro-ent Assembly words, I douotthinkhe would be justified luudvnaiupa aud dissolution boforo ho hid calmly honestly tried to get on with the present His Assembly fiist duty m ould bo to submit his policy, und if in tho possible, of interests are wanted

reso-

lutions

not

Parliament of

was Opposition do you think

advise Su-

h'e,

Seo."

sayyouwero;

same." " Well, to me anything ment?" Not

them

call not

didn't

"

Thero

necessarily.

But

this

dono by

tho resignation member of tho

a

anew

See."

not

be

yet

"If and

my

"

"I

I

?

it

"

Mr.

language, what's

aad

true,

I As

lie.''

days

_

strong

a

THE FEDERAL DELEGATES.

course.

single bo

I

rather not

it's

rate.

any

through.

OuTt

OP

a

will bo

.

That's Well, "

"

at

present

(FBOJC

RETURN

'

before),

"

at

present Ministry not resigned. It's

havo

would useful

so, it that

days

DIFFICULTY.

TELBQnArn.] COKERSPONTJEKT.)

¡

said

isn't

Not the

seo

and

[BT

,

know.

or

years support,

lune

that

lessons

two fair

a

not

f

I

last it

scribe

HAWAIIAN

will

'

When

I don't going to

"

to

am

THE

O

-

the

Assembly the

VICTOßlA.

I

as

capable and talents And I

I

"

am

present after

that,

as

-

the

might be done ia that opinion the present in could bo formed m by no means sure been taught during not ha\ o extended legislation might

what own

resigned

quite experience

of

point

quostion-of ?-mv

first

your

Ministry

Government

-

a

..

'

to

the

if

I

stories about Ministers resigning. They ore I have not shameful lies, all of them. resigned." to resign P" "But aro you going " I have not resigned. I tell you it's a lie." " But you are not answering my question f" " to answer I'm not bound your "questions." aro to F Then you going resign "Yes." "

i

lies,

-

back

ether

T m

m

O

m

W

stroyed.

SATUBDAT. Two Sydney pickpockets named Alexander HurtFoster wera yesterday convicted ing and Frederick

WOLLONGONG,

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AUSTEAL.

Governor to

tended

return

GOVERNOR. by

surprise

that

his

his

position,

to

by an Excellency and inin March.

England early of tho motive which had prompted No explanation and to rumour him to take this step was forthcoming, were nrgod, and all sorts of reasons mi very busy, to be most credited which seemed being that the that between the Governor and his relations political not of the kind. Lord Jersey were advisers happiost wa» at Moss Vale,and oouldnot bo approached. himself for a solution of the were asked Ministers but professed ignorance. It transpired, mystery, had that deterhowever, later, his Excellenoy for to England mined upon returning private of which was the chief that the death of his reasons, a short there time representativo ago rendered it to the that he should be at homo superviso necessary The departure of Lord management of his estates. be will regretted. During and Lady Jersey sincerely Tears they have been in the colony they have the two the welfare and consought in every way to promote were of the people ; thoy tributo to the happiness entertainers-as hosts, and most hospitablo generous at Govem brilliant social gatherings the many

this

Salomons has resigned his position as 'his of the Exocutivo Council, for the step his reason taking being principal with the financial want of sympathy proposals of Ministers of tho Crown assert the Government. Salomons mode the most of that Sir Julian with differences of ho has had opinion any as to Sir Julian asthem their policy. he could with his ool serts that not agree matters ; these wero leaguea on threo important and tho the tariff the Electoral Bill, proposals, federation. In connection with the of question it is pointed out that Sir Julian for the last tariff, from 12 months, and sinoe he roturnod Japan, notwithcontinued a member of the Government the high duties which had been levied. standing with tho notion of Thus ho tacitly agreed to bo Ministers his colleagues. profess surprised Bill at Sir Julian fault with the Electoral finding as it is tho sow before the Upper House inosmuoh as a in almost same every particular previous measure introduced into the House, and the second over a moved by Sir Julian reading of whioh was it ia contended that Sir Julian Besides, year ago. never to so as his tho far objected bill, know, whilst it was being discussed in colleagues of the Legislative On the matter Assembly. are Ministers also at a loss to underfederation, stand the policy Sir Julian is adopting. One of the conditions of the formation of the Government took an active in whioh Sir Julian was, part is that federation should hold a prominent it sold, on be the programme, but that it should place

j

aa

a

non-party

HENRY UPON

THE

that the Chairman but tho remainder,

question.

PARKES' ATTACK GOVERNMENT.

furnished material for song boing hack to office

wild if

that,

the burden Parkes won

Henry

Sir

ho would do worse. and oven

all

had

noon,

on

discussion motion

dreary commenced

of

Sir

with

lasted,

and

refreshment,

-a

period hours

4

31

occasional

hours.

half-past Of

spun

intervals 11 this

on

time,

no

of

tho

and

satisfied, House

tho

after

into

a

before

just

ruling» more

few

midnight

in

this

way

would A

bo ontitlod death-blow

by

selection

a

from

to

havo

LONDON

afflicted leases

at to be struok clause preventing any ono aroa than of land. is

Mr.

This,

LOCAL The Wales

The

discussion

THE

continued until 3.30 for tho when the motion was agreed to.

bill

FINANCIAL STATUS COLONY.

Tho

Colonial cabio

on

was

morning, of tho

OF

in-

THE

Treasurer,

in reference speaking to nowa from commenttho England " New South ing Spendthrift Wales," upon is tho there not least fear of says the evor repudiating ita liabilities, oolony writer for a London and that any journal must who makes such a prediction know very of our With reference to the asserlittle affairs. that on in cublo "tho railtion tho outlay is monstrous a over in of ways country Mr. Seo paints oat 1,000,000 inhabitants," bo wo havo what that spent upon may called works-that reproduotivo is, upon and water and and tramways, supply railways, schemes £41,000,000, whioh only leaves sewerage £11,000,000 spent upon other works in the colony.

-,

our greatest ossot, Speaking upon tho railways, Mr. Seo tho do not says rocoipts pay on all the interest the borrowed, money which has to be made up but tho deficiency rovenue is from tho consolidated only £90,000 per annum. Tho averago rato of interest payable on of the tho is hut public debt colony 3J per cent., wo reçoive back from works reproductive 2| per be 1 cons, to cont., thus leaving only per out of the consolidated revenuo, whioh paid is to a sum annum. of £600,000 per equal is the last to Thus "banlaruptcy" thing bo thought and thero is not, the Treasurer of, " In fact," tho least necessity for alarm. states, ho observed to our "had the representativo, who wroto the ortiolo in tho gentlomau road Investors' Iteiiew only my speech on Funded Stook he would the Bill, a have gained whioh good deal of information is not now both as in his possession, evidently our our our loan account, investments, regards and everything thereto." borrowings, relating on Then Mr. Seo went to show that had all our or been dofenco monoy gunpowder, spent in a works, it would have been different even whioh we had But the thing. money works had helped greatly spent in unreprodnctivo to our national asset-theland. improve Summing " tho Treasurer Our said, up his observations, total asset, Crown lands, balances upon including conditional and purchases, railways tramways, comes to und other as publia works, £173,000,000, a for borrowed of against liability money £55,000,000."

THE

STEEL

RAIL

CHOLERA

;

CONTRACT.

reference to the 175,000 tons of steel rails tho Government desire to bo manufacMr. with Lyno has had a conference Mr. Armstrong, a who is representing syndicate, in tho matter. Mr. Armstrong made alternative One was that the ore with which propositions. the aro to bo should roils made be from the other and smelted imported oolonies, and to this Mr. hero, Lyne raises very little The terms of the syndicate are that objeotion. 33 above should be per cent, English prices the for colonial-manufactured but oharged article, that if tho Government would the guarantee to bonds of the syndicate, it would be willing manufacture the rails for 26 per cent, above the of tho imported article. The average price prico hitherto for roils of this paid by tho Government has been about £5 per ton. quality

than

be

Dibbs notice

whioh

I

POPULATION The

population

OP of

New

THE South

COLONY. Waist

«m

th«:

will

team moot

is

a

The fiftieth intercolonial match between New South Walo* and Victoria was on the played on Association Cricket Ground the 26th, 27th, and 31st Victoria 28th, 30th, January, winning the Viotorian by 232 runs. Blaekham, captain, won toss from the and decided to bat, Bannerman, the innings 331 runs. New South Wak» realising with 261, and replied narrowly escaped the follow in arrears. on, being 70 runs The Viotorians in their second innings made 261, Brace, with 86, being ia thematob. The New South Wales top scorer were dismissed in the second representatives M'Leod innings by Trnmble and for 99, Trumble taking five wiokots for 33 and M'Leod four for 46. The pitch was slightly bumpy towards the end of the game, and the light was bad. The Viotorians havo won 27 and the New South Wales players 23 contests. of theso intercolonial A meeting of the Australasian Crioket Council was held at the Oxford Hotel on the 23rd of Janusome when matters of business ary, important crioket connected with were dealt with. There were H. H. present-Messrs, Budd, W. Bruce, W. and Dr. Bay, Mr. J. Kelleher, Victoria; South Australia, Cresswell, who held proxies for Messrs. W. 0. Whitridge, X. and G. Evan, and Kejsn. Giffen; ViotceGohso, CVrVBeal,

worth,

AQUATICS.

THE TURF. A leading item in the Anniversary Day celerace at was the customary brations mooting Randwick under the management of the Sydney favoured Turf Club, and fine by beautifully raceoourso was weather the metropolitan scene a the of and largo representative whioh included his the Excellency gathering, Governor and suite. with the Racing commenced Hurdle for which half a score faood Race, 2 miles, tho flag, and Mr. P. Grant ns oh g Bech-de-Mer, carried 9st 81b to by The Diver from Refulgence, 4 1 second. in minutes The Chalvictory lenge

6

Stakes,

of

field

most

wero

furlongs,

and Brookleigh fancied by

33,

brought and the

out

a

Buoclengh speculative

race was a The and Mr. J. public good one, Northern's from b g Buccleugh, by Goldshrough 7st 41b, who held a good position from Aphrodite, came to at the tho start, the front distance, and won 8st from Tranby, 7st 81b, and Elyraas, easily in 1 minute 81b, Mr. Z. Goodman's 15£ seconds. b m Gaytime, from Pastime, scored by Newminster an easy win in the Exchange Plate, 7 furlongs, in 30 seconds. 1 minute Sevon defeating six others started in tho Steeplechase, and Mr. W. 2} miles, b lOst won Kelso's Woodman, g Bushman, by 41b, after a most with Idle Boy, list, exciting contest Ost and St. in 6 minutes Dario, 51b, 13} seconds. No less than 36 competitors took part in the lead1 mile event, tho Anniversary Handicap, ing 3 and Mr. J. B. Clark ns furlongs, o b from Autonomy, by Chester Aveline, 8st who was made assumed 71b, favourite, a command when half milo from home, was a race not afterwards headed, and won great by half a length and from Dan O'Connor, 7st 91b, 25 8st 01b, in 2 minutes seconds. The Sunshine, was to a oonolusion with the day's sport brought 5 whioh 16 for Nursery Handicap, furlongs, and Mr. F. Wentworth's b o La Perouse, started, by Trenton from imported Rosedale, 7et 71b, was

victorious

1

in

tho

minute

V.R.O.

4J

seconds.

reunion is fast Though as comthere has been approaching, yet on little the handiparatively speculation leading Newmarket and Australian caps-the Handicap ChalCup. Bucolough's easy win in tho S.T.C. to bo directed lenge Stakes caused prompt attention his Newmarket to Handicap prospects, and, a of 101b, whioh brings though he inonrs penalty his weight installed up to 7st 131b, ho was quickly as favourite at 10 to 1 for the sprint great race of tho Primo who campaign. Minister, at hitherto hod the call in tho market, is quoted 100 te tho same is available about 7, and price St. Hippo and Camoola divide the Warpaint. honours of favouritism for the Australian Cup at 100 to 12 The. Admiral, and each, with Molvolio, Glenloth next in request at 100 to 10 each. First forfeits for tho Newmarket and Handicap on Australian declared the 30th ultimo. Cup were The candidates for the Newmarket Handicap wero 62 on reduced the card, the by 27, leaving most of the malcontents Auprominent being Pilot tonomy, Donizetti, Boy, Etra-Weenie, Azim, Dan O'Connor, Nowoastle, Merganser, Lady and Kookaburra. Tho acceptors for tho Trenton, Australian in Cup number 29, the withdrawals autumn

Little

oluding Melos, Correzo, Bernie, Autonomy, and Etholbcrt. Etra-Weenie, The imported stallion thoroughbred Clan Stuart, by Prince Charlie from Annie, by Tomahawk, who has been doing duty at Mr. Robert Ross's near on stud, the 1st Donman, was purchased for instant, by Mr. R. Rouse, of Birigambil, 300 guineas.

FROM

THE

ISLANDS.

From Levuka, news has come Fiji, to hand by tho Birksgate that the revenue had ooma out for 1892 in excess of tho estimate, the oopra though than the year before. export was less This was dne to tho expansion of business folprincipally settlement of the country. lowing upon a larger Lands never before looked at as places of bona are fide settlement and the being inquired after, old now is brisker than it Fijian capital has been for Hurrioane weather years. has not so bad as was proved nearly reported, of the planters have lost part of their though some The was Chasca crops. Sydney-owned barque towed to Levuka after her recent experience in the hurricane off the group, when she was dismasted. Tho are Colonial Sugar Company's plantations much less damaged than earlier reports indi'

cated.

H.M.S. had arrived at Sara, Bingarooma and official were visits being paid by the Administrator of the the Hon. Goverment, Spencer Chief in the Berkoley, Justioe, absence of Sir J. B. Thorsten, who had left for New Zealand. The High Commissioner left Sara on the 10th instant bj the Union Company's steamer Tavioni with hie family.. Bil health has

GENERAL

damaged. and Agonoy ComThe Australasian Mortgage of 6 percent., and pany has declared a dividend carried forward £15,000. cases fever have occurred Several of typhoid at Welof H.M.S. tho crew Katoomba, amongst New Zealand. lington, tank the South The steamer Ramornie at while shipping timber. Grafton publie wharf some 80 of tho dnlness of trade In consequence Keira hands aro to be discharged from the Mount ,

colliery.

A youth named James Boyce was accidentally at dead by his brsthor Biohard the Glen, shot Walcha. near little Arthur and Willio Two named boys were burned to death in a fire at their Hawker father's house at Oxley. On Tuesday the Minister for Pnblio Instruction of opening the new tho ceremony performed sohool at Albion WollonPublio Park, beyond gong. in At the annual ef the shareholders mooting a the Balmain Ferry Company, hold on Monday, to was motion the directors calling resign upon carried

22

by

votes

to

floated It was to Hoads tho Shoalhaven landed where it was his at died at residence, Dr James Robertson ono of the Viotonan Ho was Viotona Toorak, Medical Intercolonial at the recent representatives inside

Comorong

Congress in Sydney and Labour of the Trades Tho annual report 60 now societies that thoro are Council states affiliated ivith that body, being a decrease of aovon since tho date of the last annual report named David A man M'Kay, two blaokboys, to havo perished from and 14 horses aro supposed Brunette Downs and between thirst, Alroy in Northern Downs, tho Territory. aroa last Molbourno year In tlio metropolitan tho total liabilities of insolvencies, compositions, v. ero £7,817,112, and liquidations by arrangement, deficiencies Tho total and tho usiots £3,957,378 and tho surpluses £97,54o woro £3,697,270, and Adams, the Messrs Westcott, Marshall, of Now castle, contractors for tho electric lighting of their to take £9000 in settlement have agreed of tho Nowcastlo £9871 Borough claim against Council the Now In reply to a deputation representing Association tho cnitlo Colliery Engmodrivers' an said he would Minister for Mines accept Mines in with the Coal amendment connection Bill to make tho eight-hour principio Regulation on as aboyo ground much to those working apply mines as to thoso working below FitzMr J D In tho Legislative Assembly the that motion opimen gerald's expressing should submit to a tho members of tho House on Parliaof 5 cent their roduotion per voluntary to without remuneration was agreed mentary a a motion discussion After by Mr long dobate, was agreed Chapman m favour of an absentee tax toon tho voices fine Brucciam casts taken by Messrs Thirteen in tho Egypand Co of London, from originals arrived the British Museum, tian dopartment of Musoum for tho Macleay by tho s s Australia, ordered at The casts ¿vere tho University of University, for tho Senate tho by the collectho of present purpose supplementing Museum tion in the Nicholson of antiquities in terms Tho Postmaster-General has decided, Commission of the recommendation of the Royal to amalgamate the Post and made two years since, to the Post Offices under the Secretary Telegraph to office, and Mr Lambton has been requosted furnish a tho niter consultaeubjcot report upon tion with tho principal officers of tho department detailed recommendans to how far oortain other as of duties can be tions amalgamation regards ,

and

safely

and £312,7IOi-' in tho quarter, £204,069 preceding 1891. Tho of in the September quarter and whon the was continuing, shrinkage the believed that is bank closed it so under £100,000, amount was considerably littlo had has comparatively that tho stoppage banks Sovoral of the effect in Now South Wales. institution, of tho susponded aro cashing the notes amount in tho preceding of which tho avorage was £4132. only quarter has been to arrest a One effect of tho failure movement mado by the banks in Sydney to ro rates. It was agreed to do so on duco tho deposit to banks oonsontcd, condition that the Molbourno of tho Tho suspension fall in with tho proposal.

_

dishowover, and consequent thoro front tho banks prevented to consideration tho question. full giving institutions that the leading But it is known, that is boliovod aro favour of it, and it in to shortly. to bo agreed is the reduction likely rates as follow aro Moanwhile tho quoted cent. ; six : Twolvo months, 4J per Deposits and threo months, 2¿ per months, 3} per cent. for throe mouths, Discounts 7 por cent, eont. months ; ovordrafts, 7J and 8 por cout. for four 60 9 days* to Exchange on London, per cent. discount 10s ; soiling, Buying, per cont. sight: 16s per oont. premium. commertho cabio in our As will bo eccn from holdcial nowa of the day, tho various companies at this timo of tho periodical meetings ing their most declared dividonds lit tho havo m oases yoar rates period of 1892. paid in tho corresponding romarket in tho Stock aud ShareBusiness of tho market tho tendency mains quiot, very Tho anticipation being lower rnthor than higher. of sovoral has had of calls in tho canes companies some of throwing »took on tho market the effect stocks havo well them. Bunk fairly to moot of Bank Now maintained their position. Stock Australian Joint South Wales and Commercial of Ausrather. dearer. aro others about tralia somewhat lower, being aro dourer. the same. North Shoie Ferry slightly aro ; stocks firm at late rates Insurance generally maintained their Australian also havo Gaslight dividend. their usual declared position, having uro In miscellaneous stocks unchanged. Brewery remarkable fcuturo. Sydney stocks there is no In Hydraulio Company pays a first dividend. uro Trusteo rathor finance Perpetual companies, on lower tho fortnight owing to shares being Land and on tho markot from Molbourno. thrown material alteration. stocks are without building The course of sales has bean as follows

Federal turbances

Bank, havo

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held in tho inquest Sydney teaching woman namod married Hannah young caused by the jury found that death was Flaherty, the deceased taking poison whilo she was suffering from tho dolirium caused by influenza. Mr. Jamos ex-Premier and Agont Munro, General for Victoria, filed his schodulo on the 1st. aro in The causes of his insolvency depreciation the value of his investments and pressure of the and Bank for calls. Beal Estate Mortgage Deposit At the Water Folico Court on tho 1st, Alexander Porter, und James Georgo Brain, Porcy Hodges, were on a of Morter committed for trial charge' to obstruct tho business of Enoch having conspired and and of having used certain Taylor Co., throats to workmen employed by that firm. to the London for a Instead of going market the South Australian Government has dcoidod loan, to to bo issue bills tho interest Treasury locally, at tho rate of 3d per day for or £4 evory£100, annum. 1892 11s 3d per cent, The Act of per to authorises the issue of Treasury bills the amount of £500,000. A return has beon prepared at the instance of the Premier which shows that tho Asiatic populaat tion resident in Now South Wales tho of tho census in was date April, 1891, 599 2503. Moles, 1904 ; females, It is total, stated that of theso 1557 males and 548 females aro British subjocts. to a which asked for the Replying deputation of reloaso the Broken Hill strike Mr. loaders, O'Connor B. E. said that when the Government considered that the law had been quite vindicated it would take into consideration tho question of the release of the men, but tho Government did not consider that that time had yet arrived. was A shocking in Adelaide tragedy perpetrated on An elderly Chinaman named Gin Wednesday. an Gah cut the throat of his wife, woman, English and stabbed a Chinaman namod Ah Dick. The woman was dead when found but by the police, to be Ah Dick is not thought dangerously wounded. Gin Gah poisoned himself by taking an

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opium. a The Premier ha» received communication from the South Australian Government stating to that it is willing in a oonferenco on tho join invasion New Zealand has Syrian question. consented in the matter. It is probable already that the conference may bo hold in Sydney when tho delegates return from the Federal Council. Tho inaugural in connection with proceedings tho Scots College whioh has been established at Beach in the buildings Lady Robinson's formerly as known the Now Brighton Hotel took placo last tho Governor Saturday week, his Excellency taking a Addresses relaprominent part therein. having to tho work wero tion of the collogo delivorcd'by Lord Jersey, of tho General by the Moderator and by others. Assembly, A tragedy involving the suicido of a man and was the attempted suioido of a woman perpetrated at Newtown on A man Tuesday. named Robert shot himself tho hoad, and a Hastings through woman named Clara Rowley drank a quantity of The woman was chlorodyne. successfully treated at the Prince Alfred A note written Hospital. was the in whioh by Hastings found, following occurs :-" Wo have to die for and agreed love, do not blame us ; it is better so. We cannot have we eaoh other in life, die together." under the auspices of tho Anti A mass meeting Alien League was hold in the Protestant Pauper on to Hall but amendments all the Tuesday, wero motions submitted carried. The first motion declared that tho increasing influx of Asiatic and should bo European paupers An promptly stopped by drastic legislation. amendment was carried that the raising stating of was the question at tho present juncture only done to draw the attention of the workers from the real and Tnitint^;^ the. question at issuo, present Government in power. A regimental order has beon issued from the staff of the N.S.W. office Cavalry Regiment sottingforth that it had boen brought to the notice of the lieutenant-colonel commanding that in consequence of rumours to with referenoe the Cavalry prevalent soma Regiment, troops wero in evincing laxity at attendance &o. Tho order in question drills, states that there is no probability of any disband mont or any alteration in the armboing effected or of the regiment, ing, equipment, designation and the lieutenant-colonel commanding hoped that all parades and drills would be as zealously carried,

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I

James S tanbury will loavo Tho champion sculler, on for San Francisco the 28th instant Sydney by the s s. Alameda. No definite has programme will be bnt the champion yot been arranged, a matoh to moko with any of tho soullers willing of note. in the States Whether he decides to contest races with the championship has yet to be the at tho seen. Exhibition rowing Chicago Exposition will probably form a chief end of his visit. It will has not yet been decided whether anyone Stanbury. accompany

WEATHER.

lost

AND MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

one,

representative

with

CRICKET.

tured,

night

REGULATIONS.

At a meeting of tho Board of Health several were communications from other coloraos These under consideration. had reference to the of or otherwise desirability continuing the regulations and cholera restrictions respecting vessels from Europe, and more arriving especially It was deoided that the from German ports. health authorities in the other colsnies be inare now formed that takon in this steps boing the proclamation vessels coltny to rescind against from that the speoial arriving Europe regulations with vessels from German had dealing ports been annulled, and that the Agent-Genorol has to been requested advise from time to tune the occurrence cases of any fresh im any part «f Europe.

With which

debato.

tenth Local

the it

retained.

OPTION.

of the New South anniversary was celobrated Option League some since in the Hall. Temperance days 4 o'clock in the afternoon the annual At was "Tea was business held. meeting provided at in the evening tho annual 6, and half-past Bamo convention took in the place building. an account The annual report gave of the ycar'B that tho operations of the and regretted work, The balance league had boen hampered hy debt. sheet showed that the actual for the year receipts £136 5s had been £136 4s Id and the expenditure was a of 8d. Thero total indebtedness 18s accounts £172 Id, comprising unpaid £30 Os and bank overdraft £141 3d, wero lOd. Resolutions carried 17s urging to immediate notion in Parliament the remedy the drink trafilo also deeply reevils caused by the delay that had taken gretting place in tho introduction of the Local and Option Bill, urging on Parliament the duty of dealing with the measure at tho very earliest possible opportunity. at The the speakers evening mooting with tho best means to be dealt chiefly on a for the sonnd adopted putting league resolved to financial It was footing. ultimately adjourn the meeting for a month to enable friends to collect and report the results of subscriptions at the their efforts A resoluadjourned meeting. was also of tho Kov. tion passed on tho motion at the noxt P. B. Boyce, the convention pledging to raise tho combanner of "no general election " on in tho colony. pensation every hustings

ment.

Thursday troduction

SOCIETY.

MISSIONARY

THE

head under this spoko of summary to tho foil few hours prior which a heavy rains, of tho mail. During the last fortnight departure on in forco tho moist weather has been muggy whilo many parts of tho coast with light sliowors, Tho of droughty times. west are camplaining and tho chief harvest iB almost finished, whoat is of tho conversation now about ihe probabilities some of which hare maize crop, samples already at low market. Wheat still remains reached this of some districts tho yield and, although prices, it is tho has boon below anticipations, probable as a wholo is fully equal to homo recrop taken Tho Stock remain healthy. dry quirements. at Broken Bourke, present are parts of the colony WentMount Hill, Hillston, Menindio, Hope, The

;

tho a the Y.M.C.A., At of meeting Misof the London Rev. E. V. Cooper, an entitled delivered address sionary Society, " on Islands." Mr. David A Talk the was and among Walker in oharge of the meeting, was South those Mr. of the Now present Pratt, Wales Auxiliary to the London Missionary Society. of tho address was short, Mr. Cooper said the title waa but the subject great. Ho would not very to try exhaust it in the short space of time at bnt would them a hu disposai, givo straight-away " " in the colonies, wero talk. the Islands Hero, to mean islands of the Pacido, taken the always to so to our bo close and yet, although they seemed on tho moat eastern island whioh the Gospel doors, was from us as the island preached waa as distant To givo an idea of tho immensity of ef Ceylon. he the ocean in which these islands wera located, would tell them that if one wero to sail along the 10,000 fifth dogreo of South latitudohecouldgofor miles from land to land. FromSydnoy to Tahiti was was 4000 Tahiti to and from Valparaiso miles, 5000 In 19 or 20 of the principal milos. groups on. of the islands mission work was carried The well-known sociework was divided among five thero was the London Missionary ties. First, thou the Wesleyan Society, Society, Missionary the American Boord of Missions, and then followed which took the islands north of the line. The tho evanohurohes had undertaken Presbyterian whore the Bev. of the New Hebrides, gelisation so Dr. Paton had laboured and the labours long, wero of tho Church Missionary Society Cruz and in the in the Santa Group Solomon Islands. All these without societies, fcr the outting into one another's work, laboured of Christ's The speaker advincoment kingdom. then briefly told of the various groups of islands, and and at some length described the development the where work progress of the mission in Tahiti, had its origin in the visit of Captain Wallace to the island in 1764.

taking up moro entirely Copeland hopes, will prevent of and will load tho speculative occupation land, rather to bona-fide settloment. All sorts of miner enumerated in painful detail concessions, by Mr. aro in tho measure. to be inolnded As Copeland, a sop to the rising of democracy, the Minister spirit to toko for the resumption further power proposes near of freehold lauds towns, which may bo settlefor tho purposes of agricultural required mon

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that trust

.

any charge.

for

leave

the approval of the VICTOS COHEN." council. Toura faithfully, Mr. Gibson seconded, movod, and Mr. Portus " That tho names of the Australian Eleven forbe warded by the manager referred back to him." seconded by Mr. Kelleher moved an amendment, That the team as submitted Mr. Cresswell,-" by the manager of the team be approved by the carried on the council." The amendment was 7-Messrs. Whit division :-Ayes, following Cresswell, G. Giffen (proxies), ridge, Evan, 6-Messrs. Kellehcr. Noes, Cohen, Bruce, Portus. The Beal, Gibson, Budd, Bay, the matter book resolution-to refer original and tho therefore to manager-was lost, as submitted. the counoil affirmed the names seconded On tho motion of Mr. Kellehcr, by Mr. resolved that it Cresswell, it was unanimously Cohen that he should be a recommendation to Mr. comtho selection in with should, conjunction a of appointing mittee, consider the proprioty to fourteenth man the Australian team to visit of some further After the transaction England. notice that at the next Mr. Gibson gave business, That in ho would move,-" mooting of the council teams should future the selection of all Australian in the council." bo vested of the In aocordanoe with the recommendation man to the council that a fourteenth be appointed to those team, Mr. Cohen submitted players choson tho name of already Coningham, formerly a a of Queensland, but now resident of Sydney, in first-class all-roundman,ablote bat, bowl,orfleld was occeptod without thobestcompany. Coningham demur, and the choice is generally with regarded Tho team, therefore, stands as folsatisfaction. and Conlows :-Bannerman, Gregory, Turner, Now South Bruce, ingham, Wales; Blackburn, and Trott, Viotoria Graham, M'Leod, Trumble, W. Giffen, Jarvis, and Lyons, South G> Giffen, Australia. The solcotion of W. Giffen has called of disapprobation from forth strong expressions but those players who assisted Mr. nil quarters, Cohen in making tho selection were aware that if G. Giffen W. Giffen wore not chosen his brother to the team, and they felt that would refuse join of the latter must be at all hazards the services

in these up summing aro still that the works It is to be understood when it is whioh is not surprising incomplete, not until about started considered that they wero of Since then the payahects eight months ago. 17th the company show that from 14th May until on crook and tunnels, December the expenditure culverts, channel excavations, fencing, clearing, reservoirs, and freights was bridges, pipe-laying, 10s while tho chat of boilers, £10,645 6d, engines, was and ironwork generally pipes, pumps, a total of £22,521 14s £11,876 4s 4d, thus making of salaries of engineers, surveyors, lOd, oxclusivo of management." and of expenses draftsmen, in By way of showing his approval of the manner the is boing carried out, which tho new enterprise the following minuto Minister for Works appended to find to tho I am report :-" very much pleased pushed on, that this work has boen so vigorously of the is every bringing and that thero prospect termination." schemo to a successful constructed,

quietly

their

opinion and I

The measure provided had been oomplied with. should spend that tho company, within two years, would beon or else the Act tho works, £20,000 a careful come After inspection, null and void. that the Mr. M'Kinney arrives at the conclusion with. Ho have been terms of the Act complied whioh have been the various clearings enumerates which have boon made, tho channels and culverts

Mr. words

to

is

:

CONSERVATION.

terms

which

in letter the following England March, Mr. J. Portus, was road by the hon. secretary, of the team from Mr. V. Cohon, the manager " 1893. Portus, 12, To John Sydney, January Australasian Crickot Council. Esq., hon. Bcoretary with the rules and in Dear Sir,-lu acoordanco of, Australasian fulfilment of my promise to, tho Crickot I have now tho honour to submit Council, to selected form the the names of tho gentlemen the United cricket team of 1893 to visit Australian has been The selection Kingdom and Amonen. and anxious deliberation, undo after very careful the ahlo assistance and I havo to acknowledge Turnor, rendered Messrs. Blockham, Bruce, by the selectors. The and Lyons, Bannerman, Giffen, that calls for comment is the regretmatter only table absonco of Mr. Moses's name from the team, a of but ho was unable to submit it for reasons debarred and wo wore therefore private character, venture the it. howovor, from considering I,

provisions

was

upon

respect

Eleven,

tralian

snown been A great deal of energy has lately works, the Mulgoa irrigation connootion with of the Chief as the report whioh, appears from Mr. for Water Conservation, Engineer on aro vigorbeing pushed M'Kinney, sent was recently Mr. M'Kinney ously. to see whether the a visit of on inspection of 1890 Act of tho Mulgoa Irrigation

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squatters

proposal.

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districts,

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the House

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by favouring any Mr. Copeland community. to do something, dcolarcd that it was necessary hind was since being thrown up at an alarming rate. acres of occupation Somo million eight and eight leasohold licensos had boen abandoned, in the Western coverarcas and Control divisions, a mournful It was of 210,000 acres. ing an area drew of the Mr. Copeland depression picture The banks and in tho industry. pastoral down on shut the institutions havo inonotary advances can no and squatter, longer bo obtained, at a As asnal, all improvements ore standstill. was be weighed down the Minister full of details, a his with them, and gavo members quite spceoh to the land. surfeit of figures and f acte relating of the deMr. exposition question Copelnnd's a second-reading Ho into quito speech. veloped more facts went on after dinner with and tho crowded found which galleries figures, Ho that half interesting. explained hardly would bo of tho leases in tho Central division and thrown opon nt onco, by way of compensaan would receive extension of tion the tenants be tenant, for and would rights tenure, granted wuter All this their and fonoing improvements. to with the view of inducing loaseholdors spend on the land, providing employcapital thereby ment for As to the Western labour. division, it desirable, in the inMr. Copeland thought terests of to resumo one-third of tim settlement, the in the arcas when loases leasohold expired year a 1899, granting, by way of compensation, posifor seven of tenure and tive extension years, in tenant To encourage tho right improvements. a of tenure homestead lesscos, definite extension an and the of for seven right purchasing years area around their homesteads of not moro than 010 auroa oro to tho benefit be allowed. For

after-

Friday

to

popularity

section

which

censuro 281 were occupied by the as seemed At a quarter past 11, there no Sir George end te. the interminable talk, a rose, end stated that he had received Irosa ti» tmabm* of the-.fian**r>i steff,

to

passed,

obtain

compre-

for

on.

LAND BILL. in On Wednesday lost the Minister for Lands, contains Land which 73 his Bill, introducing ita vast and explained importance, clause«, the caro and with dwelt impartiality upon it boen drawn Ho had which had up. to endeavoured, in the moasure, do framing shown, as he declared, all justice round, and bad nor to no for class interests, had he sought regard

way

'out

sitting, The on Thursday

went

division

had occurred whilst With these contradictory

THE

over

Parkes'

was

debate

until of

Henry

censor«

all-night at half-past

the

adjourned.

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had

Crick

loudly. hensive

and

also

declined

disorder

committee.

in

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tho

sinco

attack whioh Sir had made George of upon the financial administration tho called for a Parkes Government naturally from Mr. who characterised reply M'Millan, as a tho tissuo of speech misrepresentations. He defended vigorously tho lato Ministry from the of jobbery which hod boon so rocklessly charges on hurled and then, retorting tho against it, tho mudGovernment, exposed scathingly present dled «tata into which it had brought tho finances This, from his intimate of the colony. was of Treasury affairs, Mr. M'Millan knowledgo well able to do, showing, with the aid of many how the Treasurer had swollen the deficit figures, to the utmost extent in order to malign possible administration of its tho financial predecessors. In Mr. M'Millan short, provod that the financial affairs had boen put before Parcould understand, liament in a way whioh no man and that tho charges made against tho Parkes Adwero Ho behoved ministration unfounded. quite have our been put straight that finances might and judioious without by careful retrenchment, taxation. As to tho proposed imposing additional a ho was and incomo tax, though freotrador, believed in direct ho deolincdto taxation, give to measure of the kind his any support ho the unless was sure Government it bringing forward tho full confidence of the possessed was The Government impotent country. even the Land ita had Bill, trump card, caused the dofeotion of several of its courso and the to only opon supporters, was to it wind this misorablo np dreary of the farce the verdiot country by obtaining ita actions. The which .was speech, upon most fall of sound matter, and effecthrown delivered, was somowhat away tively was it listened upon half-empty benches, but still to with and its terminathe greatest attention, marked with cheers. Mr. tion waa Barton, who the member followed, congratulated on a delivered free from having speech The howpolitical passion. Attorney-General, condemned the attitude of tho ever, Oppoas sition generally unpatriotio, maintaining that these ceaseless motions of censure rendered it to for the Government eonduot impossible any and brought about the very impotenoy business, so of which mombors on the other side complained

Sir

to

appealed

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tho

be closed,

waa

"

better.

next.

to

silence whilst the division comparative craned theirnecksover wosboing taken; the strangers the and counted tho tlio heads below, whilst galleries, It was went on tellers checking the names. quietly sides wero Boon that two pretty evenly evident the tin: announced numbers were and when balanced, 60 for tho Government and 57 against-a mighty went from »ide, the of .each cry triumph np " shouting Crushed again !" Ministerial supporter» all calling B«sigu " with and tho Opposition were might. Even after the numbers their Members cease. up tho excitemont did not of at end the crowded together the upper there was a tremendous hubbub, and Chamber, free Uko a fight seemed imminent. something combatant» were apart, The intending dragged in the of it all the and midst Speaker the entered tho chair, and commanded Chamber, took had in his loudest tones. When at hut members order reto resume lieoniiiduced their Beats, the Chairman sumed the chair, and.Mr. Crick made a vain attempt to draw attention to tho disorder which had taken place. Tho Chairman, bowover, would have nothing since to do with it, the scone had happenod whilst wa» in the The Speaker when the Speaker chair.

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of

MB

doors

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order,

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drosses,

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further

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George comment,

Sir

rustled

It the Chamber. appeared with Mr. had already paired at his appeartharo was indignation and great Want, " " of &c, ance. Loud cries shame," trickery," inaudible and at last Mr. Reid said something, arose, in the galleries, which induced Mr. Lyne to lead his that tho disorder charge out. The Chairman, seeing at once ordered was to a dangerous extent, growing

things Defending the reagain-aye, of tho tho trenchment Administration, polioy attacked Sir Premier again Henry, declaiming to fill the Service than that he had dono more Civil Tho other man in tho colony. newly any came established of Department Agriculture thon, in for odvorso and coining oritioism, to moro matters of Stato, Sir George urgent on insisted the importance of the District Government tho the Coal Mines Regulation Bill, Bill, and the other measures whioh the Land Bill, was to Government determined into law. pass of tho Ministry who had Even tho supporters at this asserhitherto oheered their chief hesitated ou tion, and several members the cross-benches declared loudly that thoy would do all thoy could and to prevent tho Land Bill tho District GovernTho atmosphere ment Bill from passing into law. electrical as Sir tho George approached grew end of this cheors and counter-ohcors speech; that tho Government had greeted tho statement the credit of this colony, in spito of the uphold not forgetting obmany difficulties, Opposition it had laboured. Mr. struction, under which tono to M'Millnn tho debate, gavo a different in to tho utterreferring, his way, calm, critical ances of the Premier as of boing lull political suoh a speech, and misstatemont. If clap-trap tho tono of the said Mr. M'Millan, represented of the House, Houso, or of a considerable majority thon the sooner members went to the country the

;

Henry, using many metaphors, was on to deGovornmont drifting surrounded ice. that struction, by floating Also, a it had got into fatal from which it quagmire, would never be able to extricate And tho itself. worst of it was that the longer this stato of affairs was allowed to more the serious continuo, became tho for if tho session position, waa the business of next year prolonged would be interfered The with. Ministerial scheme of retrenchment, ho held, waB unworthy of the of policy had boen name, and a grave error committed for by neglecting to moke provision the acknowledged distress whioh existed amongst the men working of the colony. The financial of the Government position next claimed attenand a wrangle tion, ensued with the Premier as to whether Dibbs or Parkes was really the author of the défiait. In all this, existing however, thero waa no at serious financial attempt criticism, and counter und Su merely assertion assertion, to the Henry found relief ever by turning ready of Adam pages Smith, quoting this famous ooonoinist in order to passages from show, th** .tho income, tax Traf . mistake ia»

in

fans,

its

féminine waiting had

other of

Mr.

that

reasons for the adopgiving Sir of' this course, could not bo received. speech, accepted Henry, making a second edition out of Ho moved tho Chairman tho suggestion. that ho intended tho tho chair, and indicated clearly censure. Ho said a good motion to be one of direct deal about, the crude, and unjnst haphazard, to reduce tho method in which it was proposed servants' salaries, of Civil giving many instances and getting the hardships which would bo caused, with tho involved in nn undignified wrangle was as to whioh Government Ministry responsible servants' salaries. He for the increase in Civil that ho was wound up hy declaring quito prepared which to with the resolutions go to the country, as he had proposed, his manifesto. as the cheers which greeted the conAB soon clusion of Sir ceased, Sir Henry's speech had about tho George Dibbs began to say hard things ox-Premier. Sir George aoousodhis antagonist of of of having blocked the proceedings stonewalling, »ince and asked whether the Assembly 7 o'clock, was an indication of the hon. member's this omeo. somo fitness for The Premier spent was not that his timo in showing party for increase responsible any unjustifiable and, by way of in the Civil servants' salaries, home endeavoured to sheet oharges of retort, tho Parkes extravagant expenditure against Administration. Tho spooch rapidly degenerated a mere tirade of abuso, several land purinto denounced made by Sir Henry Parkes wera chases to the as and burdensome country. unneoossary as a of tho Sobraon ship The purchase training mentioned as an instance of for also boys was and the Casual Labour Board, cxttavaganco, Administration, Parkes appointed by the

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short, that

chair,

gave

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when the Assembly Last evening, Thursday Committee of and had into Ways gane Means, Sir the Henry bogan his attaok on that no Government He out Ministry. pointed moro como into under hod ever auspicious power nor a oiroumstanoes had been allowed fairer success. The aroused chance of statement cheers, whilst the Ministerial Opposition " benches retorted with cries of weekly his own motions of censuro." Traoing political ho had never Sir Honry maintained that history, suoh roseate and yot taken office nndor conditions, to conduct tho business he had always-managed of the country successfully. Decision of purpose to were so cssontiol and a settled policy .good see a that he would rather firm government, in his holding views against own, Ministry, ono than a with whioh he ricketty power, on he mattera «i Hence, agreed j>oHcy. to not havo endeavoured disturb the would a of office, hod possessors thoy pursued present ssrious consistent The first complaint polioy. the inopportune introwhich he had to make was ill even duction of a protectionist polioy, designed, a of view, because it from point protectionist was not necessities, and to taxed designed new or of the encourago industries, tho cultivation were the now soil. ho asked pertinontly, Whoro, industries created by tho tariff ? On tho contrary tho ordinary the poor and the struggling, operaand commerco, had boon hampered tions of trade no whatever. for purposo stato of things, Sir Henry As to tho present it was now tho second day of tho pointed out that second month of tho new attention year. Calling of to the of tho House Commons, Sir practice session of Honry allowed tho evil of this prolonged into Parliament. The Government, when it carno clear months in which to obtain office, had threo no reason there was conccivablo supply why all done the business necessary should not havo been The inevitable result of within the financial year. the financial last letting year go, of running your was to render impossible to do any into it this, work at all, and to bring about constitutional of conconfusion. If the present state affairs which tinued, thore must bo monthly supply bills, of to would interfere with tho right Parliament of tho country. check tho expenditure Looking at the of the businoss day, paper Sir out that fivo months Henry pointed members of tho session had passod, yet were asked to consider a largo number of important tho District Government Bill, bills, including never introduced whioh could be passod unless in thosession, and given ample consideration. early Ho did not intend to say anything about federaat tho u remark which drow from tion moment, that Mr. Hutchison, the asserready intorjector, was turnod tion that federation dead. Sir Honry " " round angrily. ho retorted, it is not Dead," dead and I venture to say that somo of tho gentlemen aro muoh moro to bo dood who object likely to than federation." In order his emphasise about the stato of Government argument business, Sir Henry dwelt for some timo on tho importance of the Distriot tho Coal Minos Government, Conduct SuppresRegulation, and the Disorderly sion bills. Tho lost named measure, in view of recent evonts, ho hRldehouldbcmado to her applicable a caustic assortion which Majesty's Ministers, an led to of compliments with Sir interchange measures on The numerous other George Dibbs. tho Government received attention, programme the what Sir inincluding Henry styled Land Bill. Without explicable any exaggeration, to it would take Parliament threo fully years consider these bills and yet the Government fairly, was not of them. prepared to go on with any ono even a The only way'in whioh of this portion business could have been dealt with would have been to havo asked for the Appropriation Act last an new and then to have started year, entirely the one to tho year, session, in May proper In hold

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some been poor for timo, and it is hoped that tho him to his Zealand will restore summer in New With to tho arrest former vigour. respect New Vila of the European -at Harbour, a block boy, on of murdering a charge Hebrides, now that the steamer a' received report says at Levuka with tho alleged Bockten had arrived boforo and the matter hod boen brought offender, declined the High Commissioner, who, however, and tho to do with the affair, to havo anything in the Conaooused person, formerly an,officer was not placed Army, federate (United States)

Now South and J. for J. M. Gibson, Portus, trustee of Walos. Mr. P. Sheridan, managing Ground, and Major War tho Association Cricket Cricket Club, laid dill, secretary of tho Melbourno a letter beforo tho meeting stating that the trusreferred to desired to tees and club an the visit of English for arrange team to Australia next season. Thoy would to ont but should like Lord Sheffield bring a team to ho decline do so, thoy desired to mako early as to ensure the undertaking of BO arrangements decided to sanction the tho tour. The counoil AusWith to the eighth

the Governof whom 1,197,050 persons, females. were and 550,672 of was 14,550, the half-year as

was ment Statistician, males were 646,378 Tho increase during a or total of whom 6065 males and 6848 females, tho natural Increase by resulted from 12.913, arrivals deaths. The of birtl» over the excess numbered 29,665 the half-year by sea during and the and 9491 females), males (20,174 to same como tho period during departures and 7634 femólos), causing males 25,893 (18,259 source. The arrivals of 3772 from this an increase from the railway returns as ascertained overland a snowing 32,816, were 30,681 aud tho departures of 2135. The to the extent loss of population last two the arrivals by rail from Victoria during while the deparwere 10,600 and 10,260, quarters the same time were tures to that colony during ended on the quarter 9658 and 12,503. During South from 30th September, 3276 persona arrived the tho last quarter, and 4491 during Australia, South Wales to South Ausfrom New departures tralia the same period being 3793 and 4837 during During the whole of tho year 1892 respectively. to 31,750 amounted the population the gain to males and whom were of 15,608 persons, Of those females. just were 16,242 females and males 13,209 mentioned, 11,827 tho natural inórense through the represented over deaths. Immigration by sea excess of births of 7398 perresulted in a gain to the population sons trafilo showed a loss of 684 bnt tba overland ; males and 413 wero 271 were of whom persons, rate increase of the population The of females. as against an 1892 was only 2-7 per cent., during 10 cent, for the previous years. of 4-14 per average sinco lowest experienced The rate for 1892 was the

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JAVUAR\ 31 Adam W Spies, from New York 18,600 cases barque, 2 bundlos kerosene oil, 806 caic* 160 case* lubriturpentine, 47 canes machine oil, 2» cases salad oil, 22 ce*e* cating oil, 28 packages axle greaso, 100 packages machinery oil, rosin, 100 packages glucose, 2 packages glue, 685 packages 60 asbestos 3 cases 2 oases luster, packages cement, trucks, E rooms, 22 cases cases organs, 0 cases dies, chaus, 27 2 cases casos cases 9 pianos, 47 paper, 30 leather, cases cases cases toop. 17 stationery, 87 kalso 6 uune, 127 package» handles, cases 161 coses shovels, and 4 coses axes hatchets, 38 cases agateware, 4 castings, 5 cases 4 cases 4 cases cases scale*, carts, waggons, brushes, 2 coses 40 blocks, 60 cases, 16 tierces tierces, manuono-eighth 61 factured 7 cases 10 cases Unarms, tobacco, preserves, 6 7 cases 4 ca«es axles, cases matter, cartridges, printed 16 cases cases and 1 half-barrel bushwood, 3 cases knives, paint, 39 bundles shade 1190 bundles rollers, 3 canned li bundles bundles goods, whip*tock, 6 bundle« 10 bundles toys, files, typewriters, 9 3 package* 4 packages notions, cowbell», cveleta, packages 8 packages 6 packages 4 meat-choppers, oilcloth, packages 12 packages mills, velocipedes, 2-packagcs \arnish, 17pack 59 packages furniture, 3 packages books, tools, 31 packages ages rubber oiled g »oda, 4 packages clothing, 100 coses rolls and 37 cases clothing, 2fi0 printing paper, 47 boxes clocks, and 5 casks 04 boxes drugs, 28 bales 2 cases domestics, 400 barb 102 bundles washboards, reels wire, 41 Sumps, 9 cases tacks, ags seeds 23 packages 2 refrigerators, nails, 441 170 «tin o s 120 packages lamp and glass ware, packages 9 hardware, 22 tinware, packages packages packages platcd 111 warc,43 packages agricultural goods, packages cnrriago J 10 warc, cases 02 photo goods, packages gi anitewarc, 4 woodenwaro, 132 packages packages blacking, packages 30 49 48 machinery, packages trunks, packages shook.*, seats, 125,406 3695ft packages pieces roofing slate, hickory lumber, 344ft ash lumber, 7441ft lumber, 2049ft. s> camore and 14 sundries. hardwood, 1 stationary engine, packages FKBUUvnv 1 from London via 464 packages Britannia, RMS, ports tin 32*1 packages boots and 1404 boxe* drapery, shoes,

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Fife*hire, 1ÎÏ53, San Diego barque, Beid, Gow auburn, lour-mosted 2097, barque, Gerhardt, Francisco Graco Gibson, 840 uncertain hnrqne, Fletcher, 12 W, uncertain Itobertsnn, Greta, ship Lomorni, 1258, unccrtuin hinque, King, Marion four-ma-stcd Lightbod>, barque, Cordincr,

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DEbflNATlON.

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packages stamps, cigarettes, arms, 2 case* 1100 barrels cement, ti legraph store*, 221 cases kegs nails, 6 cases soap, 119 ingots 28 coses spelter, bundles 24 bolts, 1000 steel, 3858 bundles wire, casks cream l8 l tartar, 10 cases box marble, t\res, 12 57 cases casos plate and 1(12 medicaments, glassware, 40 cases w 10 steel cases and glass, beams, merchandise, sundries for Brisbane 249 packTranshipment cargo 64 For Rockhampton For Nowcastlo ages packages 100 30 cases 4 case* 1000 boxes condies, cases milk, tobacco, 2 cases 1 caso 51 cases and pianos, arms, musicwarc, gin 2't 100 cases casos merchandise. showcards, gin,

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barque,

VESSELS

60

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Waroonga

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2

ports.

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20 cones 110 weighti, herrings, pachagu* tea, merchandise and sundries, and transhipment Queensland : 275 merchandise ¿70 packages For Auckland 20 packages tea. For Fiji For Newcastle 8 packages Barmen GAS, from and

22119,

(s.),

"Woollahra, ber 10

-

-

,

tapioca,

Daly

3;

powder, 6jd OILMKX s STOKES -Mustard Keen's DSP, quarters ntlSsGd Dnrham, 71b 4» Gd halves 7s Od, and lib Gjd Piokles London from C and B 10s 9d 7s others, 5s 5s lftd Calad Oil to 5s 3d, pinto8i Gd, Whybrow H half-pints B 's, 2¿s 17s, French oil, 4s 3d, Lucca oil, C and quart* 7s 3s 9d to 4s 3d oil pints Vinegar Gd, Castor alf-pints 7s Crosse and 7s 3d to 7s Gd Blackwell's, Champion's 10s to Starch Colman s, boxes £41 £42, £JG, packages othei brands Keeu s Oxford bluo fromf^mpackoges GJd lis Lea und Turms' taue, Gd and 21s half-pint« and pints devilled 12s refpectirely Englwh hams, froml^d, ham, Gs Gd Condensed Gs to milk, 2s On -Baw and half and half, castor, boiled, Gd, i* kerosene from Is 4d tola 2s 7d China, id, high-test, Gd according to brand American turpentine, 2s 3d Fine bible rice lower from Bice, ¿fco £15, qualities and

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JANUARY SO 5624 tons, CaptainF M Austral, RMS, Tuke, R.N R, for London via Mclboumo ana ports Passengers-lor London Misa Mr B Bell Mr M E Scott, Jenkins, Mr P R Kell), Mr C Commander Lawson, R N, Mrs Symons Master and 8} mons, Symons nurse, Hon G M LO Mrs II Cox Cox, Misses Mr And Mrs Sconlondi, Mr Cox (2^ Messrs Cox and (1), Mr Duncan R, Mrs H Shelley Steers, Mr Brand, Mr P A. Arthur K Col mci Lennox, Syer, Peters, Lieutenant R N, Mr A T Kent, Mrs White, Blow, MissNellio Mi** Bo\le, Moms lo Miss ¡Napier, Boy (3), Miss White, Miss Wilson, Mr H 8 Thompson. Jeffrey Ven Archdeacon AY hite, Mr and Mrs W H Roper and tnn Mr George Wallis Beale Mr and Mrs R. children, B Jcpson and farailv Mr Herbert Mr Smith, Aldorson, Mr and Mn D. 8 Newman, Mr Arthur R Thomas Mr Arthui Mr D Robertson Mr and Mrs C. H Grafton, Smith. Mrs Lines, Re* and Mrs Miller and son Melbourne Miss Mr D Mr lor Jennings, Anderson, Mr I J Mr* M Mrs M G Anderson, Hagan, Gill, R.HD Wait«, Captain Air Dr>sdalo(Hon Whitney, Maire, and vilct, tho Misses Consott Mr C A Swinburne Stephen Alis* Mis« B Russell and maid Mr* and Cridland, (¿) Adolnidc Mr Blow From From for

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Sago

Newcastle

via

3 children und Mr and Mrs Dangar, Mus Blatten, Miss Curtin Miss Craig Hajes, O Neill, Meswi J Wilson J F Bjrne, and Crail, For Alban) Messrs R Ha\ncsnndH Cockshot

,

6a

for

gotcraess

,

to £12 £12 «Mte, 4|d SALT-Fine

barque,

Manila, TANITA in 28 Ville do la Ciotnt, F M 8 7030 tons for Captain Fiaschi, Marseilles via ports For Marseilles Mr and Mrs Welter Mr and Mi H Ynnrt» crcn and child, Mr and Mrs A Loir Mr and Mrs Laurent Mr and Mrs Dovatnbeg 2 and child Mr and Mr* Ita ti ray and Mr and children, Mia Mi and Mra Grimm and 4 children Mi Goubarun, 2 and Mrs Casto and child, Mr* Harris and children, Mrs Couvreur and Mrs Baer, Miss child, Hestog, Messrs Brickw Wh\ D eil, Allan, Margn t«ot» te, Hcmnaut and F Fasnuole J Lohson, Pasquafe, W D Andcmn, mann, Duba?, Posqualc, Pasqunln, Duct, Lovcau, L Alleinaud, Dr Vtrditr Richauat, Roy, lor Melbourne Ano¿o, Lupis, and 70 in tho sUerago Mr und Mrn Mrs Cowlishaw Snowdon, Mr and and

la, is 3d, Van Houtars, Sa lOd, Taylor's, 12a Gd &O -Currants, FRDITB, 4§d, elomes, noir, 4||d, new fruit, muscatels, l8 3d to Is sultanas, 4jd, fin, Cs, la 10d, 4d, GsGd, Jordan almonds, dates, 2|d, Barcelonas, 3?d io 4d, American canned walnuts, 4jd, assorted 12a to 14a, bottled Ila to 11s fld, fruits, fruits, candled peel, 7fd to 8d Dacos AND CHKMÎGAI.« -Cream of tortor, 12d, tartaño ac!d, to la 3d, in soda, la 2d kegs cauatio 70 per cent, carbonate of soda, soda crystal«, -£1510a, £10 5s, £5 to of sulphur, citric Is bluestone £5 5s, flower» £11, acid, 9d, £18, G grade, £6, GOs, Epsom salts, £13 rosin, whiting, 10ü, £2810s saltpetre, Fisn -Tinned from 6s 3d to 7s 3d, sardines 3s salmon, 8d to 8s 0d for quarters, 6s Od to 6« Gd for hohes, lobsters, 4s 3d to 4s 11s, oysters, 6s to Sa M freth herrings 10jd, 7s to 7s Gd, red, 25s to 30s in two-dozen tins, kippered, salt herrings, 20s to 22s, 5d from ling, haddocks, 8s Gd HOPS, HALT, &C -Kent Tasmanian, hops Is lOd to 2t, 6s Od to 7s 3d, Iiew fromlGd, English molt, Zealand, 5s 3d glucose, American, £24 5s JUTB GOODS-Coinsacks, 3s lOd to Sa Gd, branbags, iB&d lOjd, woolpacks LIQUIDS -Bottled 9s to 9s Gd for best brands in ale, 6s to 6a 6d for pints, lower GA Gd for quarts, qualities. 4s 9d for pints Bottled »tout 7s Gd to 9s Gd quart«, and As to Gs Gd pints Hennessy'« caso *Ms quarts, brandy, Gd and 46s 3d, single and three star respect iTely Whisky, case, and from 15s 18s to 22s for Sootch, to 20a for Irish hulk for Scotch, and 3s to 12s for Irish, 3s 3d to 11s Burnett's Old Tom, 11s Gd Lowndes'« Geneva, 10s Sd, other rum, and 3a brands, from 2s hogsheads quarters, 2s lOd Queensland rum MRTATSS Galvanised iron, from £19 10« to £20 10s German wire No 10, £815s No 8, £35s IC Tinplatos 16s 76s Gd to 1G$ Gd from Sheet lead, Cokes, Pig iron, 13s £15 Wiro nails, Gd to 14a Gd Muntr, 6jd Blasting Epps'a, coooatina, DRIED

,

London,

)

Cathcart,

Tsinan Valetta Wilcannia

fittings,

I

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16 cases stationery, 3 wheels, 290 cases galvan2 case* 75 galvanised tubes, 22 cases books, gas 3 case* leather, 24 cases 11 cases apparel, t> rewrit8 ing machinery, l8 cases cases hardware, haberdasher), and 3 coses 0 cases 227 cases boots 7 ¿iocs, bicycles, clothing, 4 drums 43 cases packages tinware, pitch, ilrapcrv, 68 cases 3 eases 39 cases bolts and periodicals, electroplate, 70 20 nuts, 6 casks nails, cases cases hats, l8 cottons, kegs 3 white cases middle-irons, 250 drums oil, 2 case* lead, 13 4 cuses cutten, G glassware, packages lampwaro, 5 Lases matetials, photographic packages hollowaro, 13 packages 20 druggists' sundries, packages chains, 4 10 earthenware, cases sto>rs, cases packages 31 17 cases rubber 40 woollens, goods, packages 203 bundles IO bars and 10 packages 12 powder, iron, 12 cosos spring«, whisk), 7 cases sowing cotton, 4700 sash machinery, ised iron,

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JAJÍUARV 25 Fort Melbourne for Noumea (s ), 3090 ton«, HohcnBtaufen, OMS, Captain Roben, for Bremen, via ports Bremen Mr Hans Passeuffera-For Paula. Mr Carsten and Mr John Monro lor Fedcrson, London Mrs Macdougall and child, and OS in the steer ago for till porta JAM; var 26 Gulf of Ancud Melbourne (s for \ ia

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of the negotiation of the completion now bonds aro Treasury complete. are as the Arpa the results follows, of a column tho (jiving avorago yield

-of

Victorian

the

to

Acoonlir.g

and

add

wo

at

demption

to

annnm

per

interest

for allowing tho bonds TAvemgo"!

investors,

tho maturity

on

par

of

Proceeds of Tenders.

850,000 250,000

Three ¡roars. Four ¡roars.. Hro yoars

217,017 2(7.775 849,053

¡180,000

..

S

oont.,

per returns tial annual interest and £4 15s fid per nnnum five year bonds rospootivoly.

7

of for

It

is

an

was

5

ti»

01

the tho

got £5

«ii

amount very

2s

of 10s substan-

£4

fid,

tho threo, As the the deposit

10s

4d, and

four,

banks rates

are

from

ono

for

lodged year, be regarded as satisthat in the end surprising demand for the balance of tho

not

eager

?took. It

natural

perhaps

is

should

that

British

capitalists

tho direotion of in whioh thoy moko in Australia, rjidertakings after the oxpericnoo their investments, especially of the last few yours. Yet wo doubt whether any to substitute British boards desire of general for oolonial boards is likely to bo attended direotion to them. with advantage As overy Australian knows te his the oourse of coït, capitalist markot valuoB generally has been downward. No prudent investor who not« on the principle of his a number of sound capital among dividing classes of investment «ould have escaped loss. has shrunk 'Where almost in everything prico, or alone is reaccident foresight very exceptional for the success of anyono who has mainsponsible or tained the markot value of his land, property in The holder of bank form, doposita any como out has perhaps the bust, but he has a lower rate of interest lad to accept than is usually obtained from investments subject to the er risks of banking other mercanordinary In these circumstances there is tile enterprise. zoom for excuse for tho comparatively unsatisfoc "tory roaults of co-operative business, whioh is now moro British investors to ask for control ?causing in

colonial

their

more

deslro

in

control

carried

undertakings Besides,

capital.

on

the

largely

with

undertakings thoso whioh

which would

have failed have boen have failed under nny circumstances. of the of results' of comparison operations with colonial directors and of thoso comparóos with British boards of management would not bo to tho detriment of the former. If wo take half a dozen of tho banks controlled in the leading of banks colonies and a Uko number Australian are with British the results direotors, profit caso far greater in tho of the former than of the latter. And with equally moro in touch with competent direotors, of the wants tho Australian community, must banks with local control necessarily occupy a of advantage. Tho removal ef tho conposition trol of the Bank of New Zealand from tho colony to was for England thought prudent exceptional considérations. But it will time to show require even a neoossary whether that was step ultimately to be beneficial interests tho shareholders. in the of of the Bank The removal of tho direction of South to London did Australia from Adelaide not avert disaster. The abolition of a good Australian board no from such an institution the London and Australasian Debenture investCorporation, making ments in tho colony, is a policy. very doubtful reasons We have given made why investmonti this since the formation of have company would boen almost attended with loss whoever inevitably was in control. The careers of the Oriental banks, old tho and the new, do not furnish evidonoo of

Any

thi

of

British

control.

However, in England have lost money here, and natural for thom to think that perhaps thoy a could do with its direction good deal better than with that of Australian business men. The periodical of local half-yearly meetings comfinancial exclusive of oompanios, mining held during tho past month havo on the panies, whole disclosed result«. The fairly satisfactory table shows the figures of the following companies, the amounts and the rates, including togother with the rates for the corresponding period of last year: infallibility

capitalists it is

Bate per cent, per Bank. Australian

I

annum.{

nato of Dividend in Jan., 1893.

Joint

Stock City Commercial ...

Syd-

ney..

IMPORT MARKETS. The Alameda arrived from San Franciso* (s ) with the English and Amenoan mails and to-day a cargo of gonoral tho produce Concerning wheat market. Mesara J J Kooro and Co write -" con The depressed di hon of European market« had a Uko during the loot month of 1892 naturally effect on values horo, honco the month of Dooom saw ber spot wheat change hands at tho lowest saw whioh Son Francisco for some figures years, as one or two secured cargoes at as shipowners low as 1 22£dol i o b the por cental however, turn a better in of the now foaling year showing bec am o rifo and the Europe, spéculation again, saw a first throo days of January jump of about and to-daj would havo to 1 30dol 7_o per cental, bo pu K1 for a good sample of shipping wheat " ].feisBA Brown, and Co report from Williams, under 7th as folSan Francisco, dato January, lows

...

Hauy

The total pack in Alaska haa been received and well distributed O.lumbfa River 'stock is exceedpretty 33arce also and we quote the market ingly to-da> nominally 1 30dol to 1 -ildol, upon fob Columbia depending brand, Uiver Of Flat Columbia ltncr there is no stock We cannot And Columoffering any stocks of British bia « Fraser and Skcina Uiver, wo consequently consider the market in exoellent shape, present and those who and have stock on pin chased early hand should consider the same from now on of good % aluo Canned Fruits Tho reductloa in freights from Ban FrnnoiFCo to Eastern points will no doubt movo out the bulk of the present stock, whioh to-day consists probably caws all told are In ven of lfiO 000 Apricots llghtsupply.and are held at from 1 AOdol to 1 60dol for high-class strongly standards and 140dol to 1 tódol for ordinary standards Pears fellow neit in firmness and aro 1 Sftdol nomtn.üly to I COdol for high-olass and 1 76dol to I80dol standard», for ordinary standards Fiums aro soarco and with very 1 40dol lho market is for few offering nominally high 1 Jödol and to l 30dol for class standards, ordinary standards reaches aro firm, and the market u fairly 1 85dol 80dol to for nominally 1 high-class standards, to 17ßdol for standards and 11 Odol ordinary understand that stocks throughout the Wo Stilton Fastern ure Dealer. this light a hand to-mouth In their purseason hare pursued policy oxteut The New York market is exchases to a -great flrmtm tomatoes, and it would not be surprising ceedingly tomatoes York between now to seo Californian go to Now time in for the first and the spring ver) largo quantities of the canned This time in the history goods trade may be brought about the excaptionally low rato of freight by ton of 20001b from San Francisco to New of lOdol per Thii of course is in force to enable the railYork rute, to with vesnol rates Wo road companies oompote sailing morkot for tomatoes (to the to-day nominally per market

i

GABLiaitr. Australian, per North Sim«,..

Tamworth

...

Newcastle Total

anare

...

Oasllght...

UlSOBXtAHOUa. Emu Gravel. Mont

12»

do PleM

N.8.W.

Shale,

per

abare Biehardaon and Wrenoh Sydney Exchange Sydney & Suburban Hydraulic Powor.. Industrial Provident .

...

...

BuilduiK. Comnercul

1,875 5,250

Build

dlnj

The

1,380

has boon £242,000 by the various oompanios during tho The banka havo doolarod dividends with those at the same period of last In atoara, Nowcastlo and year. Hunter River on tho list of companies, appears an being of two comamalgamation unprofitable Balmain panies. in conFerry pays no dividend of opposition. The Mercantile Mutual sequence Insuranoo return. has given a better Gaslight ?tonka hare given returns to those of lost equal miscellaneous stocks there aro a year. Among few okangos, but on tho whole tho companies have well at a fairly maintained their time of profita comparative stagnation. Elsewhere it ia notified that the business of tho Alliance Fire Assurance Company will henceforth bo conducted at the Alliiuico-ohambers, 97 Fitt whioh have been enlarged itroet, by the addition of a story and otherwise, so as to to bo adéquate the transaction of the businoss of tho Alliance Assurance Companies of London, in both Aro and marino branches of insurance the general appointment* of the oftioes been very having greatly improved. By tlie Amorioanmail per the R.M.B. Alameda, delivered surJohn Vine Hall, to-day, Captain to the Bureau Veritas at veyor has been Sydney, .sorlted *f bia H appointment correspondent at figures distributed

show that in dividends past month. corresponding

about

;

i

auoto ozen

Befcrring Messrs J J

to

the lumber market at Mooro and Co write

San

IVanolsoo,

-

Insurance

Is a better demand for nine Although there Oregon and Vt est Coast of South the Australian AmeriEngland, demand hence can ia undoubtedly small, mills are not thero is not one vessel loading At the moment for bmy one in Australia, and with exoept on. that of the any port which will cargo aohoomr Jano A take part of Sanford, to there is nothing to loads Oregon pine Sydney, engaged of to hence we look for a complet« oe-wation that shiprornt* some The country for time to come following vanéis since dato last cleared for Australia of our

Thompson, B 0 fur Br lumber, ship Abeona, about 700 M ft lumber, for Sydney, about 1100 M ft Geo Thompson, mentioned above barque from B C for Sydney on the atti Decemis .-till In the Ftuser Hiver, .and will ber, aground likely have to discharge most of her cargo before boing moved, ltodwood lhere is nothing of note to be reported in this line As la usual at this season, many mills havo closed for the winter, those aro consequently working fairly busy Values remain tho samo as There has lately reported boon no shipment to Australia nineo date of our last revio w The demand still continue» Sugir pine lately reported Stocks of No 1 quality are almost exhausted The brig which cleared for Australia on the 28th Douglas«, December, carried 25 U ft. of long lumber and 88 M ft of door stock advices

-

,

Total

lir

607 Sydnoj. B C far Fort Br ship Siam, lumber Thollr a* cleared having

The freight 6th January wheat had

National Library of Australia

barque M

from waa

to

go

BVanoteco to Europe 22s 6d, and aa oOO.OOOtons forward from 1892 orop,

on of tho

Co. :-At

(tho

over

AOU

:

;

Pastoral sale at

our

carcases

lid; lo bodies,

Prime, quality, ljd;

Finance Kirribilli of mutton,

_

HORNS,

lb.

per

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UETEOROLOGIOAL

;

SYDNEY OBSEItVATOBY. FcBaUASr 4, 1 p.». S. ; LnsoiTtros. 10b. 4m. BO'Ble. E-; VABIATIOX, 0'3S' 87'* £. fur &i yean 60*909 Average 3 (#2 1 to Jan 11 Average for So year« from Jan, 3893, 4 AGU to February loUl rainfall from January t. 20 71a at 9 a in to-day barometer Sydney utandard corrected level Fah and mean nea 1 arómete» to 3J timo. 2h 66m The Timo Ball dropa 1pm Sydney mean Greenwich mean time. 0 10s a m

(raox

markets

oxport inquiry There was Saturday

an

Bathurst

Bodalla Bombala

Brewarrina Broken Hill Bundarra CamdcnHav*n Capo St Goo Carcoar Casino Cassilis Clarence Cobar Condobolin Cooma Coonabar'br'n Coonamble Cosvra

at

TELEGBAMS.

Gunnedah Hay Hillston Inverell

moro

at

87a.

6d,

to

80s,

88s,

93s

17s

69

74

63,

,

Moss

Vale ¡Mount Hore. Mt Victoria 1

'Mudgee IMungindl 1

Murrurundi Muswellbrook iMurrumb'rah Narrabri *>

5

I

LONDON, FEB. 3. and Australian Now Zealand 100s per owt., and dairy-made

Best faotory-made batter is quoted «t at

90s.

Tho

are kinds of Australian hatter very 100s at over por owt. Importers their stocks before oloar consignare ments in tho steamers Borne and Ballaarat reavailable. .of Danish hatter have Importers in order to seoore tho market. duced thoir prices A shipmont of about 900 tons of Danish butter on will arrive, Tho best authorities in Tuesday. corridor that the unsoundness of Now London season Zealand butter ia due to the wet in that

ohoicost

and anxious

scarce, aro

soil to

colony.

Owing

to

heavy

a

fog,

the wool

sales

were

post-

to-day.

poned Tho

New

finest

Zealand

choose

sells

at

54s

from

Ó69.

to

At tallow

auction

publia

yesterday's

FED. 4. of Australasian casks of whioh realised 29s 6d;

1150

1175 casks offered, wero sold. Mutton, medium, medium, 28s. beef, market is and The English wheat declining are weak. The Continental markets drill. Tho American market is nnehanged. sales of hales At the wool the total amount to dato ia 134,600, of whioh 125,800 catalogued bales have been sold. Now South Wales ox hidos at aro quoted 2

to

were

lfl-lOdporlb. Queensland, 2Jd. Australian best heavy, 7ld. leather, Australian ore Basils, strained, quoted Is 2d per lb. ;

from

9d

5. Ita. There was a of buyers at the good attendance was wool sales The sale late yesterday. brisk, prices remaining unchanged. Burroway dip realised and Tuppal, 8£d Dunrobin, 12Jd ; lOJd. ;

THE

PRODUCÍS

D

!

9

I

2

(

3

Wales

bnt

1

I

|Tenterflold

;

j

£)10a. Bran.-Dull Pollard.-Blow liaise.-No 4a 3d; weevily bushel.

of sale, bushol. at T|d per to move, at from 8d per bushol. change. Beat Tumut to 4a 44 lots, from 4a | new maize,

¡

Victorian, 4s 24 per

Barley.-Cape, Sa per buabol. Chaff.-A little to £4 for firmer, beat; medium, £3 10s per ton. Onions.-No in the market; Port globe Arlington, ton. per ' Luoora.-A shade easier. Hunter medium Uiver, £2 6a; beat leafy, to £2 16a. River oaten, at 40s, Hay.-Hunter nominally 3a to Ss 4a ed. with Peas.-Ore)-, 3d; blue, Scarce,

frna

nana!

aalo.

atoady Oats.-Feed,

at

Beeswax.-Dark, IMd. Pot tato«.-BrownaU's

from Od;

Is 64 to is SI

good beauties

;

bright, and

prime 104; early

bright special roses,

sestee. lines,

frost

still

65

cloudy

and in

cool

to

will

race

tosluico

thon 125 acres

con-

bo of

tho

race

the

be

will

ia

47

at

the face of 120ft.

in

now

in

the

since

oser gloomy or raining goncraUy Australia -Unsettled

ports

Tasmania.-Cloud)

and

clear

vom

Iho

drivo at tho 150ft. level, tho In behind the same stopes behind tho and fsurth stope

RA!»

New the

gindi Waters

BA8

PAlLBS

is

ABTROXOMIOAL

Bro a.m

S a-m

rises

j

6

28,

cloudy overcoat

.

fine

fine

,

and

VrQRUAnV

G

,

,

,

Government

BONDED

now

shaft

the

levol is

fair

The

the

work with

SATÜTIDAY. Sud in No.

tho

of

prove

to

it

to

und

likely claims

as-

voto

prospecting

O

is

of

proprietors

TOWERS,

development,

100ft.

tho

stone Averago antimony oro

level. very shaft. commenced 1

published F Dawn

Day

at

and

thom from CHARTERS

given

be

3

most

a

the

increase

Hold. The the back of the Day cut Eastward Ho, supto and most underlie the Day Dawn, to be cut at vertical, and the 101 Oft nearer surface at a fair reef the about 100ft. formation was mot, since which they

of

was

of

some

reef

boen

the

best

sunk

origmallj to

through

with

in

3ft. totals

a

veins,

at tho

On

timbering.

passed

in

reef aft. reef

on

the

resuming so

Tins

is

would which, supposed ofto it

with

centro,

different

Astronomer,

STOCKS.

value

of

the

tho

South Day Dawn, and other United,

Mosman

aad

Block,

Wyndham

claims.

gold-mining sud

strong declared at 42s.

request, sellors

No

property,

2

Mills

West

Bony

compamos closed with

43s, no offered

and

Albion,

offorod

lower

Band

Salas

without

11s

Consols,

£5 Gd, Cd, Berry Consols, Is, £0 Is us 5B lOid, 4}d, Berry Consols Extended, Berry 41s Weat, Gd, 48s Dowling Forest, No 1. Is 7id Egerton, 13s Od, 14s Graham Berry, 2s Gd, 2s 7d, Is 3d, Last I0d, 2s, 13s Hepburn Estate, Madame Berry, 70s, 73s Gd, Chance, 16s,

week

endad

Stock in Since Bonden tfao 27, P'rtd.

8rd

February,

1693.

Midas and

paid Bonshaw,

'

punch. hnds

229

S,300 480

29,618 (X)

4,115 ern

oases

,

,

at

others,

South,

sales. but

South

raia,

8s,

9s

There

was

market

qrs. octvs.

79s, 14,

cases

Wine,

9s,

cases

Id,

poid

up,

Old

2s

Mount Is fid

to

12s

British,

7èd Junction 2s Extended,

Hill

fair

now

woman,

drunk, to

North,

3d

South, 3s 6d,

paid, 3s 8d,

Chandler's

31.-Crushed and 33 tons ftono for lödwt. smelted gold.

January

qr -tierces boxes Ditto, Ditto cases Li tob,hhds. tierces Ditto,

Gold-mining Company, for tons tailings amalgam üöjoz. öboz. amalgam, which yielded

fl2i luiioz.

_____

MANASEKS'

cases Ditto, balos Ditto, cases Cigars, cs. Cigarettes, ditto Snuff, tons Bice, Iron, Galvatons nised, ditto,

6»lt, bag, tons Col Spirits Bum, Custms, qrs *

Sugar

in refineries

SHE

Included,

MINISTRY.

EDITOB

OF THE HERALD. the farcical performances during the of our various how would Ministries, to ignore the male sex as being incomthe destinies of this ana to subcolony its a stitute in female Ministry place f Certain one all it istbat thing along agreed on between whichever party is in power that the wholesale corruption in the mode of obtaining funds for the payment of publie works out of the funds, of the Civil servants'superannuation shall be hushed up. savings and after years have elapsed and the business supposed to nave is finished of fresh again made the subjeet that taxation. After the revelations hava been made concerning the Civil servants' f uuds appropriations, as is there to what is any thought being done with the Government Savin« Bank's The deposits. colonists ara a very indifferent race of people politinot to be to take own cally able bettor steps for their protection, and to form leagues for the of purpose a petticoat Government. obtaining Why should it not be so triedf Thara is much stonewalling and that be welcome. caterwauling any chango would I am, otc, J. B. WATTS. BOSS'S LIMEJUICE CORDIAL is and refreshing. Nun-alcoholic delicious, wholesome, Tbobest drink for all. Sold by grocers, hotels,'*».-[Anvt.] "VARIETY IS THB SPICE OF LIFE."-Readers of the Echo will see that NEW FEATURES are conbeing introduced. Its columns contain stantly suit letterpresato all cisnes sad denominations of the no efforts community, spared to render the Echo tho heilig KOST POPULAR, and READABLE EEELÏBLE, EVENING PAPER ia Nsw tooth OM waltSi-Zki lobe, fmat.-(ABVT.J

REPORT.

of Great Mcrcurv Gold-mining Corapimv.-The majority tho Btuff ttiat the battery it from tho is being put through of oro The away n-imple going through Try Fluke reef. lOdwt. and wo aro the battery thi* week is Mgr, only oro we aro 9dwt Of thin 00 per cent, of tho saving lPgr. measure treating U clay. Thin account» ín nomo for tho han boen Brnall percentage saved. The c>anido boing plant 120 tot« of tailflyo da) a for the week, treating kept going We were one filling tho vate, tho ing. stopped day from flooded with water tho heavy rains. tailing pit was through 10 ton« to We aro now of *30 per cent solution eich ming1 20 tonn abettor vat holding of tailing* lins is ua giving extraction, also a greater »axing m cyanide. Chandler'a Creek ComAmalgamated Goldmg-roinfng 3 tunnel has been extended for pany, January ni.-Ko. week lift, total distança from No. 1 witmi 03ft. Tho as thorn la now a ground has been muoh easier for driving, the a good deal of water in now good dig alongside reef; tho No. 2 winre in the upper making in tho face, draining level. The reef ia 8m. wide, and shows gold muoh freer than hitherto. Ko. 2 winzo has been sunk 2ft 6m., total 3.1ft. um. wide, fair Mr. MUno, depth carrying gold. Government has \isitcdtho mine and Mining Innpoctor, h ima elf aa well satlsflod with the mino and expressed being

machinery.

WOMENS'

CHRISTIAN UNION.

of monthly meeting Tempérance Union

Tho Christian the in

upper

Wiso, the and prayer wera

room

president, praise,

laid

&c

The

tho

city

TEMPERANCE

the

Sydney Women's hold on'Wednesday of tho Temperance Hall. Mrs. tho occupied chair, and, aitor gave un addf eus. Varions reports

the

upon

literature, tains (or

waa

tahlo

matter and

re

of

suburbs

milden

FnhWi

tki wai,

the

and

?

Mrs.

as

by

the

secret

of

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W m m

G m

tho

W

in

OO

m

m

to

m m

m

mm m m

the

than and

party, Ho

M

all on

getting

MB

ought of it always vanity-the the vanity ti

all

must

be

is

be

a

tho

out

law

their

in

bud

in

to

she

aftor

is,

a

and,

W

MED C NE

WO

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m

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CHURCH

DEPUT

BY m

W

H

HW

time

Burne

Home

a

BKA TY

MUD ES

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man

share aud

combmod

our

takes that

honest (pointing

good

spoils of thora

'

on

getting weakens

it

to

ought

there

is

silver

a

with

man

to

be

unitou

titlo-huutiug Bhoulder

hopo, draper "

all

after

little burst

in

Aftor

'

her

with a '"

all

will

have

O

O

O

of

m

m

M m W

joy

uncom-

not

as-a

Beryl

OO

W

lover.

unworthy suspicion is romvigorated by he

chonshed

O

E~_~~E

Bompas

au

W

PABB NGTON

of

devotion

wifely old the

M

wives, finest

tho

is

the

M

THUS

much for

so

viscount

O O G

O

G O

'

Robert

made

Brough his

new

M P. rage at

The

in

frantic

mm

s

willoh consolation, upon fate offoctively. Beryl's is yet and tho baa to learn audicnco

us

the

son-in-law

tho

chenra

tho "

for

A

of

cause

as

Uko it

,

"-onu

Afterall

that that

protector

tho

(

,

things

in

the "

let

B ART P O A TEETH M

M G

speaker "bowling

to

say

Happily

LurgashaU's words,

m W

diverting

the

me

heuits

chairs

all,

therofore,

upon the

mm

rehearsing draw-

and

Prosperity

play. cloud

the

m W

own

tutor

I

'

like

children

the

SOHOÜE

MM

is game lost. in the words -"It has I've ruined me.

thtt

bursts

seats

and

us,

breeds

G

the

'

men

stop certain point 1 hardens our

an

ii

his

Conservative

successful ha

till

to

a

M

murnane whom if this

a

A eoli-taught through. he has a doubla proud fool, of the pupil vanity ready

of

blown

D

W NDSOR

m

the

night a

of

He

is

he

allusions at it,

that

pretensions world

the

in

m

unwilling

fools

Bompas

resigns

G mm W

ANTED

has Lord Lurgashall rejeoted tho imcountenance disgraceful become an sho has

seem

to

position

is

Boryl, circle, to which

Bompas

sooner

M

WANTED

M

of the Mount exposure adhesion to their In party. character only truo-hearted

the

m

C1 MUS C Mu s

As

noWB

seizes

scathing

ho refuse

if

Trafford plot tho interim, in

his

journal. ill

moment

manuscript, and wolves," destroys the trembling swoanng-in Ruler of further under penalty

a

great

character farcical

the

Percy

as

touchoB

arrivai

with

success

m

the

G

Egerton

the

of

"

SONS

JAMTSS

m

of

scene

sent tho flowers by and air and M'Shane to Mrs Hooley, the pompous " stride assumed at tho tragic injunction Be states raauhke the excited Mrs from were all in Bompas, Mr manner. In funniest proportion Brough's as he scored howov the with the audience er, hero, actor increased the of in difficulty succeeding the more serious scones, so that at present there is a want of balance in character. Mr. tho with of force the roality Brough at the lost convoys the under which is crushed Bompas disappointments and of the chafed to the vergo but droll insanity " a little is too accentuated make-up," perhaps,

OW

PADD NGTON

TATE WAVER EY

O

B OROTJGH

C m

M

W

O

W M

O

MPORTANT

J o ees _

O

M

O

sp ay

,

before

the

of

tho

eyes farcical manner in that "The runes" Tho

audience, other pieces,

tho which

beconio

personation, entirely convincing. too in appearance, young of Mrs. hearty, and

Mr.

Montagu of

gait

the

piercing

gave

and

glanco,

of

pla}.

serious

at

tho

a

mm

im-

not

is

though

Iittlo

version

cipital

woman!}, as porfootly played weak Tho curious, and all the beau,

the

Bernie,

shuffling Mr.

shown. tho

tho

comic

to

a

all

impulsive,

Titheradge Tnmblo middle-aged

ctpectod characteristics wore phant admirably made woudorfully up as

a

reason

Brough,

Bompas,

kind, Hon.

as

fatal

tills

M

actor's

reminding

wholly is

suggestion for Mrs

tho

recalling and

designed

is

having

interest point,

Irish

M

P.,

furtiv.

swiftly

TO M

Ö

OR PR VATE MO

syco-

Boucicault, with restless, o tread of

m

a

if tho term moonlighter," may bo Mr in the most mirth Brough provoking scenes of tho and Miss Maggie comedy, her Moore justified fully engagement by tho sketch sho finished, yet broadly humorous supas Miss Brenda plied Mrs, Hooloy. Gibson played with engaging grace and spirit, though with insufficient weight, as and Miss Temple was Beryl, well cast as Honoria, her Irish accent being approMr. Cates was too and priately rich. conventional fashionable-looking as Lord much moro Lurgashall, " a " resembling phonograph rolled than up in a coat the viscount who wished " to speak of outspoken

S

C

_Bas nena O

GAS

BOOKS

Announcemen s _ m

m

_M ece aneons _ m QU CKEST

ANTHONY

O

with

and of mean with gratitude things Mr. Ward, the without over-playing the Howard, lout who married Honona, tipsy with laugher his "I dun' catch-phrase, ana Miss Romor and showod force aplomb

great things indignation." of part excited

know," tho

as

m

with

joined

MIBS Cazalot-a Miss Bronton,

impulsive

satisfactory colouiless

part. countess,

Mr

as

M'lutyro -completed

the

with

Btaged,

who has

a

also

Miss cast.

email The

magnificent

painted

tho representation to pla} goers.

a

now

may

part,

is

interior act drop be

by for

heartily

very Mr

FOR

un-

G

STAMPS

m

the

m

richi}

Spong, the thoatre commended

M ,

B M

OPERA HOUSE. submitted by Harry programmes the Rickards his season at during present Opera House was that on presented Saturday evening, and the of the Tivoli proprietor Minstrel enterprising and was Specialty Company rewarded with a full house. After un excellent overture Mr. Thomas with gave rauoh expression and effect tho Borgia ballad, "Tar's and sisters Home," the Blair, who have proved a deoided acquisition to the company, scored a success in a serio-comic duet for its "But which has refrain what ii the uso of it. M of

S

O

LEFT OFF

O

THE

One

G

SA E B w

but handsome Lucy Tuck, and but well played

piece

O

LEFT OFF

a as

new

and

difficult

Listou

Jolf-a

and

fou», Drought be Mayor

Coona has written :-" Having ASTHMA Cons, I am constantly of it." 'treatise free from Elliott and medicine from all chemists.

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observance

it

particulars Limited, Sydney,

G

m

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at

than

more

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to for

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Really,

Almost

heiress.

Piarus, Lotion drlvea BLOTCIIKS, ECZIIMA.-Bulphollno away Eruptions, Spots, Blotches, Kodness, Bcremn, Acne Disnguroments, a Roughness, and Scurf, leaving clear, Skin and Beautiful spotless Complexion. Bottles of Sul pholine. Everywhere.-[AnvT.]

Brothers,

O

u_/uiu

_

applied

"

words

diction.

Gssjliut, benefited

M

G

M

tho

as

actress

lady-like in the

on

wife'B

indefatigable with ita

Arinking

receive

resolution

M

successfully of the age blow

vices,

Parliamentary speech m In a clover wonderfully M'Shane

Was resolved that tlio a on tho deputation A subject. the passed that best thanks of tho he conveyed to Mrs, Beckott for her noble meeting efforts in license for hotel at the the opposing Sommer Hill. The closed with tho benemeeting forward, asked to

earlier

O

WO

m

"Parliamentary

2d.

RETURNS. Amalgamated

Creek

Bompas

the

G

O

w

W

and

and the

of

Mm

W

member

Saturday. at Bompas being

Howard,

young

coined,

do Kerosene, Sugar, tons* Tobacco, mnf alf -tierces

tho by

perfectly

confiaos

his

mining

Brokon, 6d, Block

40s

a

m a gains publicity blovv were not sufficient, distraction to Bompas at

kneed

tho

in

satire author

oven

it

and tho

SKT-BDAY.

and

posing

time

same

this in

id TasProspect-

Dundas Is 2d.

6d,

ors

Sales

inquiry 2s Id,

ADELAIDE, improvement Sales -Baker's, 27s Block 10, 39B Gd, 3d

fis

Junction,

Now Broken

more

material

no

to-day. 3d, 79B Gd, 19s,

80s 19s

had

Extended,

,

to

hands

Gd, and cloning bus. also Armor, but without not much chango

70s was

to 2s

Is

li,

ing,

3,790

changod

to woro

There Brokon

Comet, 2s 3d-and

mania

16,5871 1,M»

Proprietary

prices selling Block 10

same.

recorded

Liqueurs, do, Still b Wine, hhds Ditto,

TO THE Sir,-Seeing past few reara a proposal do petent to rule

Hill

Broken extent at

lOd

fis

Junction,

6ohnapps,es Oin, ditto

Ditto,

,

,

G

M

"

Bompas,

,

mm

of

"

audience

,

taunt

exclusive table-oppressed aBk own much would rather my personal with a of laughter, "-was received burst " of this wero so and good things kind mood that the house was hilarious ireqnent kept m the of comedy as a long after the serious tendoncy felt. The is that of the story whole had made itself and ard of Bomsocial subsequent decline fall, use, a self-made mau who has Parliament entered pas, made a lu the Conservative mid having interests, " " fortune as a draper, stands «»lossal upon \olvot of tho tonn. m tho fullest senso Bompas is vulgarly he in social as explains entorpnsing circles, because, to his dovotod wifo, If I don't Clara, I feel push, for somehow that I'm not 'tart'", and but of the Hon. the paid assistance» Montague Trimble, whose manner smooths his to specious patron's path in the havo remained fashion, he would probably or Brixton. Jo outer darkness of Haverslock. Hill when the far from the curtain rises, engagethat, ment of his daughter Beryl to Lord thoLurgashall " ofis and ho has imminent, long enjoyed gaiety clutch at a to haggard climbing " a II ght of stairs the landings of mansions All hostess on princely until tho untimely marriage promises well, m fact, of his oldest sou a ill-conditioned Howard, tipsy, of Ins an « ith the daughter dolt, Honoria, landlady, Irishwoman named Howard Hooley. uncouth with the at nia appears Hooley family outraged the forgets fair father's houso, and Bompas so far won his he bas honestly trade principios by which as to fortune to Trimble's accept suggestion the into hoodwink polite world receiving the as eccentric of a the members Hooley's is concealed, and tho noble family The marriage Hoatcd as are Mi. and Mrs. Mount pair successfully mis1 rufford, philanthropists long occupied with work Unforsionary amongst tho Dakota Indians the situation becomes tunately, complicated by the fact that enemy, IimothyM'Snane, Bompos's greatest M P.-the member who so him cruolly dubbed falls m lovo 'vBlankets"with tho elderly Irish-

,

,

,

of

poople the the

H

M m m

m

droll

so

brillianoy

dissatisfaction

life,

of "

invite

,

3s

m W

m

friends

Mr

,

eases Genova, Ditto, casks

Wire, tons

3d

m m

I

a

,

Ditto, qrs Dltto,octvs Ditto CSÍCÍ

cases

ad

tho

lacking,

follies,

indignation to

pected

reflection

Pnncoof Great Southern, Glen Fern, us 8s 7jd Duahess 18s Catherine Reef, and ex dividend 3d, 3s, 3s Gd, Garden 3d,

,

"SpiritSjPnoh Ditto, hf di

eases

Wales

G

m

tho momeuts, and character at that the claim sv mpathy and if homo fell But

curtain

nor

engendored

,

Ditto, qn Ditto,octvs All o thor

honest

fortable,

,

,

S3

8,017

Ditto, Wnitespirit,p hhds Ditto,

Opium,

lid and

31s 18s 9d Gully United, Garibaldi, 19s, 19s 3d, div ex 80s, Golden Age, Us 3d, Us Gd, Johnson's, New 8B Gd, 9s Gd, and Blue, 81s, Red, White, New St. Mungo, 7s, 7s 3d, 7o, North Shamrock, 2s 9d, Old Chum, 21s to 22s, Princess Dagmar, 28s, Rose ex at 20s 3d, of 27s Gd, and dividend 2Gs, 4B 9s Shamrock, lad, Denmark, 9d, 10s, Is Is Great South Sea, Gd, 7d, Long Tnnñel, 2s Gd, £G8 10s Long Long Tunnel, £09, North 2s Gd Us Gd, 12B Grand Duke, Tunnel, Chalk's, Os 6s North Duke, 2s Id, 2s Gd Working Miners, 10s 3d, 10s Dd Gd, 10s 6d, Antimony, 3d to lid 3d Is Id, Is Mount South Hopetoun, Excolslor, lOd Victorian 44s Reef, Is to Russell's Morgan,

ena l,ts¡

caaes

Chicory,

Ils

11s

9.1,

to

chastised

When,

,

Ditto, Whisitj-.hhds qrs Ditto, octvs Ditto,

Spark.

11s

bd,

was

which

mils with

,

Ditto, qrs Ditto, octra Ditto, eases Ditto, hhds Brandy, Ditto, qrs. octvs Ditto,

Ditto, Ditto Ditto,

Ils

up, Is

contributing, Tribute,

Rum,

11s

Consols,

m

Saturday.

scones

O

m

tho

,

,

For

im-

W

application

that

10s

effect

on

ludicrous iroecible Irish

includes

rank of home, tho

She Bompas of hoinol} words tho curtain might fall however, undecided^

9d,

the

and

fcnobs"

struck that

speeches lining Mrs

out

bringing

Albion

and

G m

as a effectually sounding as by the Aereo hollow bladder of tho jester of the knout." Mr. of Pinero's clever The reception exceedingly of Not a point was unmutakably favourable. play the was dialogue missed by the audience sparkling The filled tho Criterion Theatre on

may from

and

Tuesday they »ero Golden Agc, Duchess Graham Berry, and Blue and Red, White, freehold, Tribute, Minors had Working good support at quotations lower woie accepted for Grand Rather prices and Band Midas and Old Chum, Duke, Consols,

yet the

was

wcannoBS

"

be

of

GRAMMAR

O

W

of the comedy accorded the thorne that It was inevitable admitted. achieved by and empty triumphs in tram the wifo shaula bring thoir

his

and

every

from friends to Trimble)

were

at

buyers

On

treatment

of of in

typo

beyond brains

SATURDAY.

MELBOURNE, in

of

f;enoity of touch ightness be cordially must the aocial successes

scoue,

mineralised, and showing rich, heavy yellow all I have seen these the through. specimens in and of the Mr Buckland, general manager, be gold. Some of these will they .ro heavy with and are to any forwarded to London, probably equal specimens previously found hero. deop-ground was stone They were well distributed, and the the and of uniform through shaft, quality thick After wall of one 1ft passing through the a third was found of nice mixod reef quartz granite tho with of bo'tor than quality top promising mineral co for the Eastward roof. will bo itinucd Sinking intend» out on the Ho, but Mr. Buckland opening and is as to tho value of tho top formation, sanguino roust grpitlj find, which, should it prove poimanent, the

despicable bofore the

ing-room.

colour,

gold

increase

were

drolly

"Book

comic

convincing

a case

M M

m

of the surface The reader perceives rehues with their is tono of the play in actor, ondovounng

earlier

raiBed by at inopportune slow to reuliso

consideration

his

bo of hard

lift

passing of cut

s*as

the lodo be lOtt.

sinking

14ft, the

After

quality. another

buyers C &USABI.L,

2

No. 142ft.

shaft, No. have

from mine

Among

at 7 0, Moon, 10 7 p m 9 67 3 47 a m 6 46 p m Venus Mercury 4 60 a.uu, 10 68 a m 10 5 p m 10 29 ¡pm Mars, Jupiter, 9 61 o.m 9 66 m 9 33 m p Saturn, p

H

the

Central

shaft Dawn

noons

sets

SYDNEY

order

oflioe

aeattered in the S and up to 4 63in at Mun north of Light Darling VOB

for for

working in

checked,

audibly

feoliug

m

H

ENGEXNB

O OO

CTHUBCH

the

somo

gtvo tho

G

OW

m

reluotantly

was

spectators BO

interest, of

wisdom

und

O

m m

its

that the M.P., Bompas, acquiesced in tlio pathetic and repentance by tho presented in the last act. The pushing draper

Blankots"

proved it

to

fail

most of failure

Bcenes

heavily

in N

24

raxvtous

HEMOaAXDA

at

from

granite

throughout

and

commenced being put

is

in to

through raised

quarts medium

GABT

South Walea Light coast, inthaNh, heavy Northern Territory

tributors

battery

winse

thick,

New South Wales light to fresh N E, winds veering Moderate syith cooler to south this (Snturrias ) afternoon weather, and probably sama «howers on the eoast, light winda far next ts\o C BUBSBLI, southerly daya -H

on

of

par'y

follies

necessarily

ilret

wit

heavy hour." witty

too of the

This was personation. in Mr was the Brough Mr. as Poroy Egorton

is

the stono is rich, stono in the ru.h. Tbcio u very good average tho rise, will start east of lhoy probably stope boiler the main shaft on rho now sinking Monday, tenders have cal'edfor has boon and been ordered, rho is battery another 10 head or stumps crushingnice as The oro usual. unttniouy tributors all getting at tho clean oro At the Baker's Creek Mine stoping is of producing good average back tunnel Murray's The and are stone. buildiugs poppet-heads nearly short time was The battery hung up a completed. is in to a Blight but full owing accident, yesterday now. No. 1 Extended Smith's Tunnel work again the week Thora is no has beau driven 8ft. for Baker's in the of tho New change oharaoter country north on is still and south Crook North driving Cosmoreef from the crosscut. Tne

value

roust

Bompas SATUMAY. with Tuesday interfered West bunltght roof. Quartz

weather

not

that,

serious, to carry

"

of sustained

in spite of the laughter, general and that tho principal out tho author's intention

at onco sultant

rang

is

wus

and clear inland, S and S E.

and

faults

laughter

Shoalhaven

trio

Altogether

lovel

havo

and wann generally, In N and clear Inland

with

design

hand

a

bumptious

HILLGROVE,

coming

which

GSOft.,

£4 6a from

Ino

Springs,

work

likely Talisman

Walcha

Wollongong Young_

-Fine

Central and North hot in central parts New Zealand.-Fino

A

seldom

surface

posed

assumes

ia

drift.

deposit.

wet

important

[Tabulam

of tho coast raining part an -rino Victoria 1 Straits and threatening on tho coa*U Australia South -Generally

MARKETS.-SATVUDAY.

business the wharfs in Suasex-etnet along of magnitude, and consequently any degree that values fluctuate beyond tho narrowest limits. thia rulo held good, for in no line, with the To-day of potatoes, has exception any change to be recorded. Potatoes from the Hunter Hirer ahowedan advancoon of from Victorian yaaterday'a quotations 6a to 10a per toe. ohafl bardaaed somewhat, the now not being so supplies About 1600 cases of bntter have been great as heretofore. for a falling; off since laat weak. shipped London, being As the end of the season this English approaches branch of the butter Induatrv will dwindle down, and with renewed eventually atop altogether, to be commenced activity later on in the yaw, It Is to be hoped that bofo» then will the shipping companies arrange to have additional of exporter«. space at the disposal To
on

Bhortly

long.

Particulars of the

Wellington Wontworth Werris Creek Wilcannia

edition of its

its

picture

gentlemen, and is composed of Adolaide Consolidated Hydrauho bhoalhaveu Water to bo is cornod in the Company. has 100 to Manar, »hero the company

shaft

Eaturday'a

nover

COBBESPOITDBNTS.)

GOULBURN, FMDAT. gold-sluicing company intends

place of ulluual tinued to Yellow

sistance

[Tain worth ¡Taralga 'Taree

:

in

ÍB

f ablo the

M m

G

w

it

with The

audience

OUB

acres

It Macquarie Port Stephcaa

SIVOPSIS

Booth

New

;

OOB

;

and

M

O

B ACKWARD UBM O ODT ST

than one situfnemorablo in more tho i« not wholly this nil plav himself in the to tho author preface to of Ins work unconsciously points .* it that weakness when he explains whioli to touch a comio play, essays

mako Yet

a

presents vital,

aro

published the source

;

operations

first

the

Singleton Sydiioy 1

It

condition. characters

successful.

is

bluicing

Picton

;

(ISOM

tho

being

:

CAULST,] OOBIUtaPOjrDKKT.)

It

called

ooming

;

COMMERCIAL.

commence Biver.

holed

Quirindi Bcone

(

TIMES." here now Mr. Praoro's anxiously anticipated play, since its at Terry's Theatre origmul production at Criterion la was the months ago, porfonned of the review Theatre on A monta! Saturday. tho fine roany qualities comedy calls up at " once " from the average which differentiate The Times in its drama of tho English Btage present degenerate

dialogue ation.

;

A newly-formed

Orange

;

[Br

10,

B. H. Block

;

38s

8s

(FBOX

Queanbeyan

on

6d,

ENGLISH

wore:-Silver:

;

Newcastle

-Weather b fine c drlzslin [Explanatory cloudy d, overcast h haly m misty n o, g dull frosty fog q, squally, r,raining s, snowing t^ thunder p,showery, n s M.M.,maximum stormy w, hot wind, threatening, of thermometers J and minimum readings

;

seller

Garibaldi

Walgett |**V analda

7466 85 01 79

Moruya

(

6449 87

Manningird.

Marsdens 0 iM^nindio 6 ¡Molona; 'Morangarell 1 Moroo

f,

Queensland £7 15s, National, ex 18s National at 93s, dividend Royal, £10 Victoria, £8. Gas: 6d; Metropolitan, Carlton West 3s, £10. Breweries: and 18s 7d to Bd ; Trastoca' End, Equity, Cd, 17s 8d ; Perpetual 27s Exeoutors, Trustees, £5, £4 17s 6d. MiscelExeoutors and Agency, laneous and Co., 7s 6d, 7s Goldsbrough, Mort, 14s 6i3, Power, 16s; H'CulIoch Hydraulic Carry20a Holbourne ; Tramway and ing Company, 16s 14a 14s 12s to 13s ; Omnibus, 9d, 3d, 9d, lOjd, Lead, Is Is Standard White fld, 3d Sydney Silverton Hydraulic, 11s Cd ; Tramway, 69s, 55s, 38s to 38s. to 47s fld ; Tarrawingee 32s, Flux, 6d, £7

03

8667 8967 10669 10276

Plaina Jerry-a Katoomba Kiandra

orystcls.

dividend,

78

Gulgong

quiet.

3s

for

Cudgollioo Deniliquin Dubbo Eden Euston Forbes Gabo Island GJoa Innes Goulburn Grafton

MELBOURNE, 8AT-RTUT. Wheat had business 3d, f.o.b. In sugars there is

tue

70s,

:

about a the hrst run to last crushing They intend the south side of the property. month on stone from The the north main shaft at tho Eleanora is atoning Very good 400ft. level, producing fairly good stone the is from main end of No. 1 antimony coming Two smelters crudo antishaft. produced 6 tons concentrates for the week, the full mony and'2 tons South At the buttery Earl of Hopetoun working. at 100ft. 10m, formation is showing in tho west arno the colour of level. Below No 1 tunnel gold is a narrow formation showing in the oast drive, bridle andsouth in face drives north They aroextondingtho New to At the Lady Carrington country. prove tho taken bottom of the tunnel shows the Btone from the fair lhe is stoning back No J lovel, gold, Sunlight the stone Iho contractors being of average quality Tho on No. 5 tunnel on Thursday. battery started and another ten head is working ton head naif-time, is to for surface preparing put through crushing tnbntors on the New Consolidated property. Tho

9 Lismore 6 Maitland *

9760 10372 76 03 10172 11169 Bl 63 70 08 70116 8074 73 03 8164 7674 »37» 10173 9136 ?7 67 9764 a*>72 9673 11069 96 06 87 02 11S0., 9873

Bourke Bowral

COBBBSPOITDEMTS.)

otra

10137 C6 58, 11472 9066

;

ox

»AlKiMVTKnS._

Bega Bendemeer

O-Itsdol,

animation in the share market on and the business transacted morning, was moro usual of extent. than Saturday's in stocks were Investment especially good request, and closed bonds mostly higher. Treasury at further advanced had rates, buyers was but no business Commercial reported. in Bank shares were good request and sold at 92« to 94s and after the midday meeting of the Gd, 94s to 95s was Exchange roalisod, Melbourne) also had a further Tramway and Omnibus improvement. Gas, Castlemaine Metropolitan Brewery, Silverton and Flux Tramway, Tarrawingee at wore aH in adrunood request prices to business. without The sales leading principal wero Victorian Govornmcnt Treasury debentures, £99 4J oonts., £99 6s, 10s; ShepparBonds, per ton 10s 5 per cents., £100 Western Australia, 6 10s. Banks issue cents., £99 of per to Commercial, 89s 6d, 90s, 90s, S9s, 91s, and

Or

,

Stations Albury Armidale Balranald

;

COMMERCIAL

buyer

3d,

gold.

"

February-Haren,

10,

politan

with arrivals and of tho winter weather combined light reduced floating has caused of apot and much stock, prices a decided improvement on near at baud cargoes to ahow months The advices values for soma past. by tho ruling which but one vessol loading last Australian mail, reported caused a moro marked at Newcastle for this port, improvement than other foreign in values of Australian descriptions is msauy confined loadbut Ulis improvement toenrly kinds, is a fleet of vessels (January)/as there quite ing to in ballast from South African and chartered proceed to to load South American Newcastle, N.S.W.," part« will make loadfor this port, all of which February-Uarch be more than sufficient to our limited supply ing, and will combined with wanta from that country. This, bright crop will for a good oerosl next season, which prospect« of drawing a of naturally have toe effect largo supply leads and consumara this dealers to look for tonnage way. hf ace it is difficult to do lower coal values 1893; during after the 81st January. The following business for loading about obtainablo are the prices to-day :-Wallsend, December 6'871dol. to 6'SOdoS. loading, January 6'374
South 'Walos.-Sales Block 78s 6d ;

Smith's

:

for

.

BTATK

showed signs Tho coal market at San Francisco on J. 6th January. Messrs. J. of improvement Mooro and Co., write under date 6th January Coal.-Tho caused increased consumption by the advent

The

33' 81' 41" MAOKRTIC rainfall annual

LATITUD*,

prioe."

February,

showing mining

our

seller 79« 6d, 39s Central, Od, Boiler buyer 7s North sollor Gd Junc3d Central, 3a North, seller 3d South, old, tion buyer 3s, 9s fid sollor Is 9d ; seller ; Is 6d, Hero, buyor 3s 4d Mount Stewart, 3d Lubra, seller buyer 3s sollor Pinnacles -contributing, Amalgamated, Gold: New KoL,-i-noor, buyer 9d; buyer lOd. Is lOd ; Fenk Hill, paid, buyer Pambula, buyer 5s 7s 3d ; True C«, eellor Bluo, buyor 5s, seller Proprietary,

REPORTS.

at

January

New

of

quotations 78s buyer

latest

The

100,228,9801b. against 106,378,2331b. time last year. In the woolgrowing while in the leadsections the stocka aro lighter, at are heavier than supplies ing Eastern markets the close of 1891. The imports of foreign to have amounted wool the daring year last 155,303,0481b. against 129,303,6481b. year. are Prices still in strong demand, but stocks aro so that thoir wanta buyers arc forced to satisfy light are with Australian wools. Territories still selling and California The demand for Texas slowly. There is a fair movement in wool is rather light. wools. The Melbourne sales have closed. pulled was but 25,000 The amount taken for this country wools oro doll, but nnohanged in bains. Carpet

table

in

appears

Od.

Tho

miles

¡

EXPOBT MARKETS. Brad the New York wool market, Concerning 31st street's of tho December saya:-"Manufacof stock turers are and not taking account buying aro ra Lavo much wool. The mills said largo to keep them for a number sufficient stnoks going are not con Sales are of small lota, and of weeks. and unfinod to a few Prices aro firm grades. now in the is The total supply oountry changed. estimated at the same

Stock Exohango B. H. Proprietary,

(shoalhaven

:

;

Exchange.-Our

quotations

_

;

;

latest

summary.

ana

Clark, and Co., and Wolfe, F. L.

Hill,

Stock

Sydney tho

3d.

BONES.

AND

8d.

;

good, led; other descripfore ljd;

;

Is

at

O

ADDRESS m E

m

o

«THE

;

Carson, Winchcombe, and Co., Harrison, Barker Brunker Co., Mort, and Co., and Devlin, Limited, Goldsbrongh, Jone«, sales and John and Co. report holding Bridge Limited, business The attendant» of boyara -wan large, on Saturday. received for large Better were brisk. priées bein? again palos. Hates for than At previous horns and best shank from Homo hair, horsehair also improved. Quotations: cow stumps, 4_dto to 13$dper lb.; hair,8dtolOd; lljd 25» Gd, 6d; to 27s 3d per 100, large 20s to horn», largest bones, and tip« Is (id to -is; medium sixes 12a to 17s, small £2 ton; 5* to £2 6s; shanks£41(Hto£& 5s per hoofs, 9Jd to lOjd common £2 Sa Öd to £2 5s ; bsesvfax, bones, Hemn.

;

George

San

ljd.

HAIR.

;

ft.

Fine, Tacoma

quarters,

;

;

MARKET. aal

:

:

t

canvassed this market with Salmon We have carefully stocks, idea of ascertainingthe probable and we are Bomowhat to find that tho total itook here of good surprised 10 000 casos rod Alaska salmon will not over probably go at tho outside To-day the market is firm at exceedingly 1 lOdol fob m car load let* with tbo por dozen Coupled atocle« tho railroad companies hare »educed the rate light of fre lo rjwtern very materially This gbt pointa within rill no doubt clean up stocks the next 60 days and with Vi o shall without doubt go into the new season a bare

B-IAM. Newcastle and Hunter Uiver

principal

£1281 121 wine, still, £71 Sa aparkling. wine, Spirits, 15a ; tobacco and £01 Sa 8d : cigars, £97 los ."k1 snuff, driel £60 fruits, £16 4s 8d augar, unrefined, oigarettes, candles, driod. or £913al0d¡ £67 3aod¡ fish, preserved, fruit, meat, preserved, salt, £4313s 4d; green, £17 12s X16 Ha lOd oats, £38 £4S 16s; muk, preserved, oil, other, £25 OB £04 ins id kerosene, £»1 4s oils, potatoes, £12 ISs Id. Ad valorem-10 cent., £82714a -hoot, per £07 fis 4d. Harbour and light ratos, £24 ,15 per cent., £83 13a 4d; barbour 14a: pilotage, Sydney, dues, £3; £3639 Ga 3d. exclso on beer, £3» la. Total,

.1

j

The

MEAT Geddes

B.

J.

Limited) report Association, we Point oa Saturday quitted for-Wether«: prices ranging Best other soils, to Id. Ewes Beef: tion«, to M. Hinds,

to-day amonnted items were

received

revenue

£14

;

an

Balmain

The Customs to £3539 6s 2d.

connooted with the progress payments wholly considered a few at the head office It w that iii for business. month« tlio will be building ready follow will be the (Ino result that will sating immediately rent. that of £4000 a in I nny say in pawing year arrangement* are now made to cut down expenses being bank to meet tho tiraei. und reduce the of the expenditure balance-sheet is that Hear, The noxt Uno m the hear.) and bills rom which we derive our Advances profits. receivable show a decrease as compared with Wie 30th June. In refereneeto being£12,111,000,a« against£l2,f»9¿,000. tho advances dur og the past six months, management has boen actuated conservative policy, strictly by a cautioun, timo is ever while at the Hame the bank has been and client« to afford to ita ready ample accommodation in out legitimate business. Hut prudonco carrying advances. ii in connection with banking ncoojHury who The tribe of financia! during geniuses fio boom succeeded in large pcitod obtaining some advances from the and deceived B.irowd bank*, bankers of ínüated hate but little by means securities, accommochanco at tho present timo of obtaining banking the dation in Melbourne. Since our last general meeting valuation of tho oaiets of the Merantile ilank in Bydnoy lias been completed, n0 that the v, hole of the business of that institution has been taken over Honk. by the Commercial The valuation shows a considerable loss for the shareholders of the Mercantile Bank, owing to the general m depression of the tho al no of banking securities, but the Hbareholders that Commercial Dank have made no inequitable gains from loss. Tho chief the Commercial Bank had m view object of the tu taking over the asset« was to secure the good will local of which tho business of the proprietary, by means bank could ho extended in Now South Wales. We have now to think that that object will be ground (Hcnr, Tho business In tho uccomplUbci. hear.) bl inches of the bank the nix principal during past months hat been One result very aatisfactor). followed tho taUng o\ er Bank of lion by tho Commercial of the Mercantile Bank in the Austhe business 8rdne>, tralian und European Bank m Melbourne, and the Town and Country Bank in Adelaide, uni that is an increase in of the shareholder* ia each of the colonies the number and in addition to that, there has been a considerable increase of the number of the shareholders of the bank m months. At no previous Melbourne during the past sir hat such a of persons had a direct inperiod large number of tho Commercial Bank as at the terest ia the success prehe vr.) now numbers sent tuno. The share register (Hear, and tho directors over .1000 sharehaldtrs, respectfully remind the influential that largo and proprietary now established and tho bank is completely in of the flvo for business each organised and the management is as well as in London, colonies, business ita own as far as to do with desirous, possible, bo hear) Hie proprietors may proprietor.1. (Hoar, dividend reminded that with tho present the bank has paid and a half it* nhareholdcra within a fraction of a million with Tho dividends by the bunk lune been, sterling. paid m two «xwptions, from per cent, progressiro character, in 1890 1871 to a maximum of IS per cent paid in the year and 1831. Last it In addition to > car paid 12| per cent. reserve tlio dividend wo bavo a of profits amounting to the first of a inQIfon I heard for three-quarters sterling. that we time this morning that there were reports current Föderal I give were in «orno invoked with tho Bank. way for assurance that there is no ground wlwtevor you our that rumour. hear ) The fact is that the Federal (Hear, Bank for Bank has boen a valued cliont of the Commercial it closed its doora it hod a conmany rears past, and when siderable balance at tho Commercial Bank, hear.) (Bear, and it was Mr. Hams seconded the motion, Jo-cph were then carried. The directors' report and balincc-shcct was submitted and Mr. SLUG., adopted. George Coppin, Andruw re-elected director without and Mr. opposition, Burns was elected to the position of audito*. In response to a voto of thanks, Mr. ii. Q. Turner, the general who waa loudly manager, called for, and was received with ohoers on rising. hearty his said he foK considerable in in words difficulty putting senso of tho be felt for his and responsibility colleagues conhimself in this renewed of the accepting expression fidence of the shareholders. Binco the lost general meeting unhe could truly tho office» had diligently and say that and with ttio of purpose, remittingly, upmost singleness woikod fur tho interests of the shareholders of the bank. He deplored verr much that the result had not been all that he thought it should have been, but tho> had done their a timo of stress and boat, and they had pavscd through tension such a* few men would undertake. Ho willingly did not to the gift of prophecy, but he thought ho pretend was cnt'tled to and lie could it say, cortataly say earnestly, the financial and tempest wa* that ho hopod timo of strops saw smooth water passing away. Ho thought he ahead, that smooth water if the sharebut tho> could not reach holders deserted thom hoar.) Tho shoreholdeU (Hear, who hod depreciated thoir and brought such proproperty trimble others were that for found on not (hero daj, thoy no shareholders. If there was ono were lorger thing which do moro confidence and would than another to restoro «teadfustness te the be tho an*1 stability bank it would nnthintati. e announcement that no shares could be bought on the Stock Exchange of Melbourne for a long period. What had dune moro than bad (Hour, hear.) debts-and it was admitted that bad dchta had been made brin? about the present was tho mad -to position folly condition of the shara and the manner nnd erratic market, it had been worked. To build Commercial in wliich up tho Bank had been his life's work, and to work for tho restoration of confidence in it was all he wished to lit o for now. It destroyed all his energies to And the \aluablo property of the s'lareholders kuocked about m tho market from duy in some mine; to to day like tho shares undeveloped gold seo tun ho had seen a fall in the market ^ uluo of the stuck of in ono week when thoro was not a differeueo £800,000 of SOO pence in real valuo. He would not (Hear, hear.) urge them to hold their shares, for the fact upon that they «ere indicated that had done so present they but ho did deploro the foot that it wai in the power of a limited number of their to tax comparatively collcaguos shareholders no as were Noother heavily they doing. «how more the manner in which the thing could clearly character of the bank was than the being whispered away Loudon, where tho shareholders were not infact that in fluenced the tittle-tattle which was current here, tho by shares had ruen in value since the failure of 10s unhappy Bank-at tlio time when have tho redoral tory it might that would have received o navcre blow. been expected thoy wero now London double the Ihe sharon selling in at price of Melbourne oases« ed them at. tho peoplo

Heure.

:

is

-

of

:

i.

to

of the considering question cent, to 4 per for money 4} the result of the loan cannot factory.

0

a

acorucd interest tho investors

for

lid

Tenders Yield to Cent.! Investor.

IS

744,481

Total_^ Allowing

thoro

[of

IFcr

re:

;

;

i

Details

confidence."

;

;

business Broken 70s, and

Saturday. at 70s Cd,

38s

:-Prime factory, at the followins prices Butter.-Ouiet 4d to Sd. Sdto6d; pantry, 8dto9d; dalry, roosters fit for for prime young Poultry.-Dull, except from Ss to Ss the table, whieb were worth 8* ; other as sons Sa to is to ad gseao, Gd ducks, 3s Gd to 8s prime, 6d-hens, 4s ad to is. turkey cocks, 8s to Iii

:

on 81»t December-(hour, hear)-on againit £12,068,700 dato bills receivable and other advances at the same on tho 80th Juno of £12,111,000, the deposits being in reference to nome £18,526,000, I may just sa> in passing which to have appeared in the press ia reference telegram* wo have received tho ttcofcch that the last telegram deposits in tho Commercial from Scotland showed that tho deposits more than Bank stood £120,000 thoy did li months ago. will side of the (Hoar, hoar.) We now look at the credit balance -sheet-at thtt the coln, our assois. It will be soon bank amounted on the Dist and cash at tho bullion, Deoembar to sum and that, with the of £1,390,860. large considered to aub other liquid asxots that are equivalent balances due from Government securities, debentures, date calle-gives the other banks, and money at short amount of The grand total of £2,094.000. (Hear, hear.) and furniture shows an in£488,6¿7 for bank buildings The increase crease for the jwt six month* of £8-',0OJ.

at 1« Sd the from

Fair

done in tho Mining market on Hill shares sold Proprietary 78a 9d, Tons at 39s, and HOTO

was

?

to

return

a

Epjg«.-Very per doten. eoast.

:

interest,

stocks hold, small inquiry. lb. small loaf, 4d to 4M per in eairer request few ia the market, on Monday expected Further supplies

8d to sd;

i

:

?ort»,

:

Large

with

i

:

and most »asúrate thnt we «in conconception bunine« of the bank for tho you of tho aggregate »ix months ii following the usual custom and oom {vast by the audited before you with thaïe for the accounts ¡taring that tho noto cireula half-year. It will bo seen previous on tion on 31nt December amounted to £237,470 against The bilU in circulation £218,000 as shown on 80th June. 30th December amount as £280,000 on to £310,599 ogainit in and notwithstanding shown tho previous halance-tthect, tho accrued the general financial depression deposits, bills the total of and rebate on give large

Id per lb. Cheese.-Heavy Is

>

:

;

;

£286,937 ; advances, £122,457,430 £517,163. Tho position is dedecrease, a and will favour stronger one, cidedly for the reduction of deposit the movement of Sydnoy. ratos suggested by tho bankers The of the MelThe Argu* say» :-" majority bourne bankers are anxious for tho same thing. oro not Several institutions, however, quito ready to this But thoro ore step. convincing support that the reduction ia and altoinovitablo, signs true interest« of tho in the banks themgether A 4 would selves. impart more per cent, "¿ato to thaBhare and property and, by vitality markets, an thus movement, or, at least, csusing upward the downward aid in promoting tendunoy, staying increase,

bent

Tho vey to

;

to

<

:

pub-

«1«

Zealand;

Calcutta, Lard.-Bladder,

<

,

srarr Business generally la Stat« Trade Reports United two weelu we hate bad lair for tbo anson, but for the lut and a* inland an Intensely cold of weather, naviga npell winter, the volume of trado in tion will now cease for the to the lovel for thia time and ptoduco will be reduced grain The market for the past four of the year. Kerosene Oil the only haa remained almost stationary, change weeks on baaia price, which now ia a declino of five points being 160' ¡¡"On. The cost of* 1000 cases 2-1 Importai, at would bo 7-OSc. Water White teat, delivered to Teasel, basis. ; Market la still remains at le. over the Turpentine according to quantity, but firm at 35}e. to 361c., brand. Other Zuiet, advanced to 80c for Konaett'a lystcrshave dozen less. brands can bo 3c. to fie. per bought for Lard oil Frico Lobsters We quote to 1-BOdol. 1'SOdol. advances bold firm by to-day 03c. The recent per gallon. numbor of boga eUughtered. reason of the greatly reduced unobtainable, we were able Dried *6tato fruit apples hundred orice to but a few packages, 02°. to purchase is dark and we would Southern which wormy, 7Jc. fruit, others aro it for understand offering not ahip, though we at above Barb wire Untho coloaiea less than figures. remains Manufacturers* atXll at 2'fiOdol., changed. price for lS-gauge, close act ; less 2 por cent, or£ll 0a 4d per ton, lew 9 per cent., or £13 for It-gauge, close act, prioe is8o.t vessel. Olacoae and 7d per ton delivorod to grape Ila and we 4ft* nt Frióos havo weakened, quote sugar: The 44' atü'SOo. to 2*46c Hammers: Henry 2'16o" their reduced prices, Chonoy Hammer Company have and now discounts being on plain ñau, adze-eye, the balança of the farriers', A5,10, lo and 6 per cent. ; on ist the discount* are 60 and 6 per cent. :

after

already

Now

E

AMÜSEMENTS.

INTELLIGENCE.

??

8d to «d per lb. Sd ; bulk, for dear. from Sd to Sid per lb. Honey.-Quiet, atat lata from M to va. : -Factory ratos, Bacon.-Firm sd to tnaohlne-ciued, aa as 7d; lines high special nomiSd 4d. Hams, to al; ; rough lota from to» country, 11 English, la fid to id; New Zealand, Jd nal; colonial,

:

Geprgo

directors,

for

:

met. Now returns of tho colonies of The banking South TasSouth Wales, Viotoria, Australia, tho lost of mania, and Now Zealand for quarter and show the following 1892 have been published, in circulation, £4,116,805 averages :-Notes £103,021 £100,580,895 deincrease, deposite, £289,190 coin and bullion, £18,315,359 crease,

Mr-

tho annual of

for

Mo

£6.

.

Stock ExThe only sale made on the Sydney in Port Jackson Steam, at tho change to-day was of 10s 6d. The olosing reduced priée quotations oolumus. will be found in onr summary whioh left for (s.) to-day By the Obingta China gold was shipped to the valuo of £6615. bills hare beon exceptionally well met Town month. It is too this early to speak of the billa of as the pro«ountry houses ; but it is anticipated, aro harvest and clip ceeds of the wheat being1 or accounts in the reduction of liquidation applied that these also will bo well due to storekeepers,

report at the

'

EVEXDÍO.

out at

Tasmanian

MININO

«410s; farther

'WannambooK

Hitor, ÍS 5s to £510s; cleared Circular Heads before friday. expected supplies £1S to iU 18s Unseed.-Dull. the Hunter

I

or

,

BATUBBAY

Iiumber freight» io be higher. ?pricetr«« likely .»ero to Melbourne, Adelaido, abo higher, to 32a 6d. Fort Firle being 40s, Sydney under date 31st December, From Noir York, and Douglas write Messrs. Arkell

I

COMMERCIAL.]

to the Board

count, Sydney, and for tho adjacent of Underwrite» of Kew York. In moving tho adoption of the Commercial Bank of Australia on mooting in Melbourne Thursday. Hoares, tho chairman of the board of Bomo dotaila (which wo have giving unid : lished)

.

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to TV AGU E nrc kindlv invited attond tho Tuncril of to late beloved 8IS1 til Mrs Eastcott, movo from mothers residence London-street, (Mrs lenaroe's) to 2 Enmore THIS AFTERNOON, at quarter (Monday) Koekwoodli HootsandOommeson o'clock,foi C Cemetery

wanted

for

TENDERS South Annandale on

lier

and

FANNY

"ïfTu'isr

COOKE

of

AFTERNOON,

that her Funeral will her Mrs DAVID ELPHIN Sister, faummor Hill, THIS Gower street at 2 o clock, IIiU for Summer

Station, thence Funeral train to the per STL WAHI, Eathurst-strect. Undertaker,

TENDERERS

aro

mo for

)

the

of

AFTERNOON,

J.

at

npO M.

rotms in«t

1HOMAS,

Hon

HIS (Mondav) ?Waverley Cetncter)

A1TIHNOON, W

aro

Mr

and

Mrs.

THE

invited station,

matta II

IB

n

attend her 10-MOHROW

to

from

e

a

kindly HURbT

aro

W TO-MOlUtOW

Sen

(lab 141J

1 Couno

near

of

10

labour

111

nn

Illasrain foi

vX

Ualvd cb

4.0

20

attend

to

,

A\

Blue

American

Cnrj

'N'»

I

Tiles, and Sons 8 *0 and

Sydney

8"0

HAYMARKET rVEUYiHIvjei

TOR

BLILDERS

Business

Everything f mm M ire-netting tho list of through BUILDFRS TRY

price_1

Brothers

irphv

Notice

"\/fONTJMrNTAL

Off

belling

-st

GROUND

on

TENDrRS

aro invited for tho right to Supply in Liquors VC1 B lothand South V» estera burs in tho IE1UI and Refreshment Booth Subllcons looth also for the I uncheon not later than noon on TUE*s lenders must bo sent in The DAY next tho -th instint to the undersigned or not necessarily accepted highest an) tender Bj order of the TrusU.es AIRLAND S H 1

A

becrctar) OfHco-OG

Hunter

C

lulCol ÏENTERPRISE IA loroigu Frames Ja uery

dist dcrson ali

Limite

1

-Tendors Wella

on

THE

rth

mi

j^OR

SALE

?

S 000ft 7 000ft 25 0OJ ft 20 000ft

only

Annandale_

ASSIGNED

and

v

Fli

15

1

at 0x1

is

n

for

M

3JS

to

up

for tho IsOONof

undermentioned MOND

Vi,

LOTS tho 13th

HARDWOOD O VIC SlIINOl AMERIC V\

-

LOTI STOCK at Coolabah and Dresses

Mon s Clothing Laces and Fluey Goods Hubcrdashi in Glocen and Produce Ironm ng-rv Crockery, Siddi n Boots an 1 Shoes rones Goods Stationery, latent Medicines Plant

Dr

3

S 11

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4

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1

l8 3

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CRANE

Saddlery und iancy

rrs IS o

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street 1 Orites ml li !. tt-t

in

11

11

aro

ambers

21s

boarders. £S5 Josepl well city, 1)

HOUbL

BOARDING _7_l>oordor»

"Ps

_0s

7

vvcol

nnl loivct

rent

s

King

l"

|^1 VÎT

Plant

rout

LOT DEBTS

V Girilambone £20

Good and Bad

Doabtful

hands FANCY jmmo

contio

city

£60 takings J loo scph

30s,

weekly st

Kinc,

nr¿a

0 7

13

7

nan)

and

*!rdFehria__y_1S01 THE

_

Sydney

I -N

ESTATE

BANKRUPT

JOSEPH Southern line

trade

£ri0o

_"_._

and

leadme

offer

CO

_o

fuinil)

Hotel

ise

1

offer

_

in charge agent noocssards or anv tender not accepted The highost donosit ten percent (io per cent laquircd The usual STFP1TEN EDW M Official Assignee

co

XOSEPH *3 takings

a

for Hart-st

machine-broken

PLUMBERS See plan

for H

da}

small F

and lob

Iron S H all

and omens

Mies

in

1

DRAINERS

with connecting josser Newnham, Libert}

MARU,

Martin S R°OLLEIf~TRON~ All hootions

be sold

bef

oro

SLATERS-I Vpply job TENDERS SATURDAY on

Wilson

and

Hucknell

sts

Newtown on

to 10 o'clock invited up certain Painting 11th instant, for tho st Fad Houao, Norfolk to Duxford and Glazing roquirod of Thoa Broughton Esq Bocinar. otairton the property SAMUEL and ill purticulaisobtaiuedfrom cun be aeon Son Paddington. 80 street, WAIGHT. Begg are

1-th

«penses

large

ostab

CfOR ) case

,

main

ti-adej

National Library of Australia

Business small small

"

IjlROST rent

leaving

full

kind

of

Ac

business C

prollts 104 Castle!eagh

i,

min-t

)ouno: to secure

offered

is

full ¡ears, opposltobcliu

,

,

of

_

.¡ft

clans

to

nient

einp'o)

I)

not to

,

good with and

Will to

?

_

und

GOVER dutici, domcctio of h [jltiid 1 na

icw,

ur

_oun_:

for Queensland, wholesale libbon, but oxpoii and httiaxf

nblo

iiitt

fond

v

from

GIRL,

A

chu.«

ut>ed

corni,

Mrs.

of

to

this

inviiod

aro

than

Company. liavo must

Mrs,

A

correspondence, and balmy required. to tho uddrebced

Applications,

to

I'm

Board,

LOTHING V/

ctp

wholesolo

Craig

and

CGC

Hordeni, Porev CLOTHING COMMERCIAL PARTNERSHIP four

with

a

with

HHMht

41

info

Lad,

Aubrc)J)avis,

Cook

man, nu

m

a

llrat-c'aia to

objection A. P., O.P.

_J town

£40 wcekl), leaso CO suburbau, G j carsf and -Hotel, £45, £400 cash 211Fltt-bt_ £4 10s trado _

Flannel

AT"

J. 1 FIREMEN'S bluod)0.

Jthnson

Canadian,

FRENCH, assist minding countr), in

generally, up rcspectabio fortablo home ;

one

for

or

BUTCHERS.-Wanted, lound Mun, country prof.

teacher's fnmil) French only travelling girl,

speaking good

;

and in housework must bo nest and preferred ospensos

;

ce-m

paid.

ndCO

FROST tram tenninus, i

shop, of rcfloshnicnt-room, £25, wurth

furniture

fide

1

rooms, fittings,

,P»stry, rent 14s, ¡Kturcs,

trido and

double_^IJ'itt-stieO_

requisite,

CO.-Ham

and

FROST___u_ins,_r__UJradc__£_,_o^

G

by day

Monn,

G"ÖVS7"and Mead roq_ljidics 3

ti

ROCERS.-Assistant IT rof,

t.

ability,

or

c.

or

takings

and

rd

CO.

-Boarding-honse, beds

ij^ROST

years, 14 rooms, ? lease4 largo dining-room boarders, bath, 6 W asphalted, )ard,

22 kitchen, C's, £1J0,

Wino, splendid _MOLONIAL ngents \j ing, low rent, S'

'

now

city, (spring), rungo,

terms

_244

business,

no

WESÍPHALoud

a

rent

Ms,

IB piano, splendid Pitt-st_

good

liv

a

G. A.

IL,

Waterloo

SIS

ment,

Pitt-street

wanted,

only

flrst-ofass

Herald

preieried, Office,

good King-street,

HAND".

city.

"

_ __

F ETCHE

m

M.

rof.

It.,

O

T

useful

vv

\VANTED, v

T

need Couple Redfern

Manage-

suiglo Athens,

man, rofs.,jragCji Groom und

after

driver,

steady

man,

y'ug

milk, roferences.

sup.

W

SHOPS

m

good Groom

and

(27),

Hotel.Jiin

O

R

V

Hotel

Man,

«;% Woman,

young

g.

loft

Lad,

super. useful,

14, just in good fam.

20

Mrs.Marks,

and

li

Mis

house

Lady

_f^*}ñfí'_*h

trade.

tlio

WANTED, horses

Help

times,

by steady

of

ago

reis. l8

24,

ti»

mon

70

wanta byen out.

;

or

lo chlleircn

:

assistant;

lout;

oountry

in

cxpeiienco three and

;

KES in

GIRL

shop,

referenco

in

Mrs.

small

wafrav also, an C. and family Itandvrick Registry,

Ganliner,

¡

R"ESPECTABLE'Gorman wantí SITUATION ment

small

in

preferred

famitv, oountrj* or te high upon wages,

a

required SITUATION dairyman. M. refs.,

an

SITUATION Laundress.

wanted Address

M.

"wanted,

SITUATION Maid; _raü suburb

L.

also

rooms,

ANTED,

SUPEHIOB Housekeeper,

j-bung

Person wash, cook.

ia

new

now

Weddina

OPEN. Parties,

_B.

B

smart

L.

Mea

waitiof

EMPLOYMENT

i)

ninko inmseli William-st,

Servant, easy place, Balmala. Mutlins-st, with baby,"fis, good

129Glebu-rd._

off

re-

Tanff

G

Parlour

G

O M

m

W

TO

G

O

A

OOM

GWOO

TO

w

O O

WANTED m

MO

O

OW

H

AT

rofroshmont Marjiet-st;_

for

GIRL, 47

assist.

LAD, for tailor's Georgo-st_ YOUTH, assist

_ _T _ e _^_ A A AN CE OOM A

O MO

shop,

Walltcis-st,

end

and

in

B.

North

nnd

Laundrosa, \\

nlkcr-sur.

WATER WAVERLEY De ached H O

WAVERLEY Housos

m

WAVERLEY

G G

ASHF ELD

SERVANT,

10,174 Parlour

WORK NGMEN

Poreat for

L.

Bakery,

at

homo.

U

Vacan

HOTEL. week.

N

w~cr~n

N

T

ORIENTAL HOTEL, has been 10s from A3 per week Children Half Tariff.

A

1

N~^:

£2

m

BAKERY BAKEHOUSE

MO

S

G

BA MA N C

BLACKHEATH_Fu n shed O

B ACKHEATH

BLUE

F

M

G

S

MO

Cm YT HOUSE m

COACHHOUSE G

COTTAGE

O M G

CCOTTAGE

m

C O TAGE

Spnnf-wood, to

P

C TY

TTTTTI

WOO

Q

Parra-

family

O

WOOLLAHRA_MODERN

Sydney.

kñowlcdg«

Hcreford-st, MAID

Sloop

M

WOOLLAHRA_B ck

Gon.

or

N.

m

A

O

used

»toro, fi)dney.

G

RES DENCE

m

lot.

ALAMEDA HOTEL at Lawson, with ita extensivo additions, First-class Accommodation for Tacuruts, ¿tee, lenna, moderato. W. ItOBLBTfl, Proprietor.

«t the

W

O

po

O

WANTED WANTED

OOM

Kodfcrn.

Bourko-at.,

Puddington.

TTITB

O

O

10a.

WTTAGE

G

BOSVENOR

CCOMMOD OUS

SYDNEY.

Croydon.

M

G

Ilelp

P.O., Paddiup^on. wishes to place Soa 8.

P.,

work

P.O.,

Auburn.

IT

O

T

EX

METROPOLE.

HOME,

Ultimo. for

William-st._ near

with own for children, furnituro, for board and services. free m return on piemisos, 134J__lizabe__h-Bt_ Glenmore SERVANT.

rent

C

L.,

LABOUR Ä57 Harris-street,

,

C___Wilson,

REDUCED

l'ost-odico. and

and

>oung ;

B~fnrr"E Hotel

years' Itaimain. Cook and

r.O.,

la

liousowork

indoors,

IPs

'Ibis

wishes Eng., Lady

&c.-^Advertiser Jewellers, with good house leam business.

TO THE

House G. W"

kit-

assist

Married

without house

w

7511

Goidd,

16

Haymarket

F.,

compt.

smart

a

M

Rn_m_vvjck.__ With a child or Housekcopor kind treatsuburbs, a week.

competent

preferred.

157 0

£2 BtACKHEATIL-IVANHOE des, terma per

Park.

two and

by

m

TO

WANTED

M___l'k._

for

Hotels.

Nurse young H. ana

as

by innrriod man, O. B__-21 Hornvey-st., "by

In

joung and Nurso

Apply immodjisoly ?\7-OUNG"Gouoraf X 13 Guruoi-st,

Woman, Working

as

2¡,

General

Herald.

Sloore Situation

TO

O

A

Gonoraf;

Botany-a___, Woman

for

home.

at

L-culnn-st,

ANTED,

T

v

REMTSES

-at.,

GIRL

ii

rcq._lC0_Botany-st.,

samo

73

__pa___iiBghurs_t.

young

Sydney. aud »hint

liouaevvork

Widow"wanta

and NecdlovTork, RESPECTABLE Situation

Women, P. Maid.

lind

england

for

vvnutod,

King-st,Js'ewtown. also

to

;

J. Hackett,

doctor's

encuni., the colonial,

days. Apply CO., The Strand,

open preferred J. OKAITAM

PEC.

JM

ANTED,

TI7ÂNTEU, as

no

married,

GAEDENEIt,

PRACTICAL practical

A.

"XV.

P._ ages.

accustomod

WANTED,

P.O. cither

SIT'N',

O

O ETTPXR

M

_

with

Crown-st.

m

m

¿

Mr ..MIILLIPS,Warriston, 400 CasUcreagh-atrcet, Appl) 11 this between and 1 o'clock. day, 4 Married Couples for Cootamundra, £52, £52 ; Noicrt.ro, Manar, Bermagui, £05, Í55, BlacLBimth, country; Governess, station, elderly Mon, 1)3 and ISO station. GOOLIVBi Castlereagh-streot._ small Couplo or

RE-ENGAGEMENT

roquirea good refH.

»

cab,

Laundress,

good Gonoral

Osford-st.

nookwood

Surveyor

a

13s.

sleep h. WANTED, cooking, HouBO WANTED, matta.

références.

bitruest

0

Ili.io

,

]-.IU__t

bjokkeeping

COOK

nico

travol .WO

and

1

W^ÁNTEDTgood Sers ant MrS;_paguallClork,

Herald.

P.O.. gent.

elderly

OUSEKEEPER"wiihes

H';

groom,

G

TO

&e _Wan e

_Homses C TY

WANTED

-*ÜJ

dru

MAN,



O

88

quired.

WANTED, to horses,

Collector'»

aux.

lady,

or

m

(rock). Wai erle). Parloul MAID,

reference» General SERVANT, forest Pyrmont Bridge-road, Lodge. Cabman, rent brougham good

ANTED,

w w w w

good réf., good ITunter-ht._

Willing,

widow

HOUSEKEEPER, lady, H'kp. widower

Apply

good

Ktng-st. No.

foundation

O. MljsliaU, MAN to

good General Lxcbango Hotel, a WOMAN,

WANTED, _home.

King-at.

in

be

must

oSPaul--t, and

Palmer-st.,

WICNTLD, Mrs. Cohen,

SITUA-

General,

prof, Potto Pt.

Park

ivato

Lad, W~ANTEDVrespT refs_12a

work,

Englishman,

SIT,,

Helmoro

COOK classes,

WANTED, cliildren.jifcep

branch every Pudt-olllce,

wants

^address, perm.

child,

Houso

usoful,

Situation, W., Hemld,

W.

andlaundro«.__F.,

17 (R.C.), ha« never

Ï^IIBL, vXfamily

wanta

G

OOM

m

a O ET TWO m

OÔM

WANTED

IGa,

Prot.

Moclcaj-st,

,

olio

47

obtaining Petersham.

Man,

young knm ledge WiUiam-rtrect

thorough Dyer,

Apply

for"

stcadj'Young

a

a

áfccT,

7s 6d~each, Murkct-st.

110

eingle

wages

parlour Balmain.

of

wages

rospoctablo WAN1LD, chen work, 237 Oxiord-st and NURSEGlItL to WANTED,~a housework. Surr) Darlinghurst.

and drive, CaaUercagh-at.

désirons Mona,P.O.,

is

refs.

MANLY BOARD Young MARR D

110

Gen.

1 gent.; Castlcrcagh-st.

Dallinghurst-nl. N/'w oman,

i

Young

can *-'

n

aud

P.O.,

O

O m

V OUNG

Royal city._

IL,

_

oicning

garden,

O

TO

WANTED

usoful.

Generally st*._

bolomonLMctlop__liolel, honest BOY.

a" good Albion-strcot,

YJS,TANTED, TV

King-at

G

TO

M

cook.

refs., good North.

Laundress, 10

J. Wiseman,

Cai¡tlerojgfi»»it._

SL,

2

btonelnn.

Darlinghurst_

Nurso and ickwall-crcs

URSE

X

n'dlcnouian

or

P.Q.,_Park-a_t.

school,

203

thorough

ötmmondi,

Situation, children, M.

aHMÎst with

moid,

W.

Manta,

lets.,

garden,milk,carpentering, 1S3 Castleroagh-st

groom,

&c,

m

O O

O

VACANC ES W

_Appl)j___J_^cUmn_0^orofori-st,^rcst_I^d|te.

l63

BYsteady mow, paint,

M

pwO

cook,

CAB,

Rent

_klar_ket__st,

13s.

COOK exp.

WAN TED,

milk,

m

O

T

TWO

nnd Kent

Petera',

JOS Porbes-st,

WANTED, 12s._Mls

careful

M

X

Coff«

HOUSEMAID.

exe

;

milk,

G j-earí-^town

able

Viotona

.B'ndai)

r

WANTED,"MAN," On job, Kcndnorth-st,

jQniitt-at.

O

TO

m

SUPER OR

Pitt-st

ll__lb7

Macquario-st. YOUTH as

thorough

stoic.

WANTED, T t_

aud useful steady Herald N., Office._ assist housework,

mow, H.

Situation

young Girl, needlewoman.

garden, milk, Herald,

reft».

and

WOMAN,

10,187

_City

"SV" ANTED,

about

m

G O G

SHOP

m

SPR NGWOOD

sober,

cit).

GENERAL, 10

,lted'fn

smart

a

,(uired.

gas

prüf.

hotel

P.O.,

J^r.,

strictly

King-st,

HOUSEMAID. 2i3_Pitt-st._ stoady Licensed Drivor Cleiela'd-st

\VAXTED,

Woollahra.

drive,

groom, I2M._

man, 101

u

W"ANTED, v

G

O

R.

good WAITRESS. Apply 745 city._ _Oeorge-st, herself Binnrt muka generally GIRL, Bl in App-y and wait shop Glebe-i-1._ na Houso and Girl Parlour young Apply Ston)hnrst, ö2Maclea)-st._ refs. re a good Goneral SERVANT,

W^ANTED, Maid

drawing, and

Arthur»st.,

IO,

.TiuiT)

furnituro'shop. Livcrpool-st.

1

Prot. young beisseen

Appl)

WArs'TED, \\TÄNTED, v

G

EY ST

SHOP

ROOM

LAUGE

Ö

M

,

_Aduiiis'sJLiife,

activo

LNTED, Applr ANTED,

refermil».

S. SERVANT. Apply near George-st_ PANl'RY' AN, apply 4S2 George-st._

"ihstclas-,

a m.

17L

"i'ses.

VI

Kughfh BU.

good

ni

or

GOOQeorge-st

rOTELEL~MANAGEMENT.-Energetic hotel to manugo, wish cosy (own furniture) Address connection.

Hi or

disengaged.

first-class North Svdney.

M

O

SHOP SURRY SURRY

KATOOMBA THE

cow

a

good

useful

groom, milk, Cnnttocngh-ht.

for near

09 Livcrpool-st

a

SOD

J. N.,

,

apply._F_Dobinsk),

CLARK,

cok,

102 Batliurst-Bt.-Mrs. Inst., also. for countr) engts. ; Tutor now open Re-engagomont, F. R 572 Crown-tor, Crown-st.

42 Wttlker-st., HAIRDRESSER.-Wanted, D. J. Small,

TTAIRDRESSER

w

Woollahra._

74 Moniur-st, Tutors'

over)

shop,

corner

Beef,

£10,

Dressmaker,

rooms

old Business, lotcrsham Pde

Caalereagh-ot

Confce

-rruit,

ÖOD

OOM

country.

Alblon-st

^35

Pitt-st,

General

a

ANTED,

The

"

lobacco,

R

KA OOMBA

Hdls.

Surry

SERVANTj¡ood

P.

Sand

WANTED, _P)rmontllrid¿o at Mrs. WANTED, Picton, Ashlleld,

by good ull Pork-Hi. J\0.___

good Gurdeuor, BY ____ptmo.__ Housemaid, experienced BY _gent'» steady young BY good Gardener, BY good W.U., good Gardoner, BY good _W. BY ApplyNctta, Coachman BY refs._Simmond*,

ro-'

,

children

titree

OOM

KATOOMBA Tomo a mm

good

G

POMONA PYRMONT_To

m

GENTLEMAN

Hunter-st,

O

W

m

DARL NGHURST

use-

a

Randwick,

for

v

club,

or

family

Situation

a

or

Indigo andD-ruwors, 211-5 Gcorgo-s__ 14 to 1~5, to Swiss GIRL,

Shirts and Co

T

w

2

M

PADD NGTON PETERSHAM Reyne a

mm

Ilotel,

38*>

country;

or

Go Buthurst-st., Oo.erne-w, 1'rch., music, Eng., hinging, JJ. Khool eert.; N. Gov., painting, liripr, Cooki, Hotel Cook*, t-cvo.-al H. 1'. Jldrt., Ciernmn

LICENSED surveyor

in

£í

M

HOOMS w

,

BtrongBOY

WANTED, _Palace,

SITUA-

requires

_EASTWOOD,

H D S, DENTISTRY_YOUTH F quired GJIullwoy, CLOTHING, Jackets, Jumpers, Suits J Johnson and Co. DUNGAREE Uoilcrniakcrs' Trous., half share wanted, with capital, ENGINEER thorough!) gen_uine R_LOJP.O._ g >od business, 223

good 44

in

between

TIT'ANTED,

to inrefur

O m

O POSTTÉ

FU

Huntci-st.

usoful.

Cook,

\T7T

Cook,

tiio cukmy; Sydney._ v. Institute.-Waiting,

103

tomed

pupil Eli/qbeth-st._

i

good Gonorol

ED,

&c.

Nur*o

O

O1

FURN SHED

family.

SERVANT,

YOUTH,

14s,

personal

gintlemtin'» part ni

any

GENTLEMAN, Work, find conveyancojf

business mun £5 per week

1

0

v

O

HALLO To

NEWTOWN ROAD

OOM

Ca»tlorcagh-*t N. Wouion,

Crown-st,

Clair,

WANTEO,"Gnll Cafe appl)

Camperdown. by axjiuneuccd English-

Ofllci?,

good

wanted.

nrticlcd

ne

102

,

Gon.

smart

a

WANTED, Bchloman, WANTED, earl).

liurton-fltrect.

GENEUAL, cook _plain

required to~icnrn 149 Eli7nbcth-st.

Apprcntico

DENTISTRY.-An tho dcntistr)._Apply

in

12s. 2 Was erle).

Agency,

Gltio's

general.

m

OC

t.mitli.

K.M..

ï\

or

Uelp. good

:

l8,

wanted

practical, GARDENER, useful drive, milk,

drnnghtsmnn, Hunter-street.

_51

Beg

____n__al

rcspcctablo Philip bt.

Ur.

ences,

Bayhwntcr-rtl. Widow desires

picferred; reference s.

good

;

as

instaneo. Gnflltlis,

1',

COTTÄSB

HUNTER S

OOM

FURN SHED

Hixson,

General.

nTANTED, S)iuond,

Girls._

good

Maid.

fit,

Pencil 080 Oeorgo-st. Second, ondCo ^York-at.

¡

good English representing Address in first each to start co. Mr. W. Indent,

Bring

Cooks, Nur-oiiml Laundress. _Mlss Glue, 41 man Married Couplo,

and

WAN

Housemaid»,

store

m

Oin

the

till

DYEIt.-Wanted, TION Dyer,

good

thorough finns asure

24

House. "out things._

a

Ciatluruatfh-&t.-Town,

ih,

situation. porraan. £250 will hoar of

Hrlckfleld-hill,

Gentleman

Paddington^

SERVANT."

man

person, Uuliimiu._

useful

l^aundreinen,

noM«ekoo;*-er, und noullcwoiuim H-rald Gtiiec.

young

good

Aitken,

Department_Wanted, only._By lcttej__Bull Department.-Assistant

m

COOGEE S

housework,

in

Wash

SERVAN

m

H 5USE

NORTH

CCOMFORTABLE

COOK

Mrs

S

HOUSE HOUSES

MOORE

M

BOARD BOARD MOM O OS

house-

;

idso

svanled,

WANTED,

KIU¿-MU

10_Andrcw-st,

lour

;

28,1801_ MAKERS.-Wanted,

__Jonuaiy

OM

otT Glcnmorc-rr_L

Maopherson-st,

HOUSE

MEDLOW

BOAHD

corner

all

nssistin

Steps.

GLEBE PO NT

O

W

little \* ashing, Gs._ 70 IIunter-st._

assist

to

HEBRON

GLEBE

LARGE WO LARGE O OOM

VACANC ES

BALCONY BALCONY m

4 in family, Lciohhnrtlt

rcfor andLniindrcss, Lawes Tomt._ ANTED,""« ENERAL, lit.! about 30, good home. líos ii ltegistiy, CastUreagh-st_ YOUTH for tile door. ANTED, a Binnrt Apply ñtlO George-st-_ Nurso AN1 ED, tidy Girl, Id, 10, good homo

'

OFFICE,

Nur-"es,

DOM. Situation in Mnnll_ffi suit the "UESSMAKING, und stylo D' guaranteed.

of SECRE-

S W.,

MARCH. CIGARETTE Cigarette

opp.

VÂOANC ES

W

Redfern Vi _Vppl) H. llcf.-room, htation._ MAN Y Gea. good plum cooS SERVANT, O O w /ANTED, l'alkirk, Wardcll-rd M*vllle. and lound fain slurta SERVANT, ANTED, good Goneral w gisen out, Tea Gardens AVaio-lc). kopt ROOM PO MARKER aud good Billiard w ANTED, rcr-uired. örond Hotel, lefs Waicrlo), ROOMS

,

Woolloomooloo._ N.

at Gontlemen Palaco Gardens.

and

AT

another Rill.

Mrs. Haydon Burwood._

Goiioml

good

a

milker,

BüölNESS, 120

,

ntiddle-uged

SITUATION

of

Bourke,

to

Kailiia*

8,

required.

Cook

Eutnoro*rd.-Waiting, 4

1IÍ1-

as

AHESPECTAULE TION; open

BY BY

accompanied

undersigned,

Person

General

S

enco

,

"elderly

Swanton's.-Waiting, Generals,

young

RESPECTABLE

useful,

of bookknowledge thorough whether maralso stato ago,

a

ii

Huntcr-st.

YorkHotol,

to

W

Cook,

;

family, Dulwich

,

W

W

OM O

required" station.

sts.

Paddington,

ANTED,

W; w ANTLD, w ANiED,

likely &o

PLACE,

by

h until,

Pcrrio's, young Cooks,

family;

COMPANY,

the position

family, Girl,

Apply

York

ÄVTELT^Pomaiö

_160 Devon-diirc-nt.

wagen.

Kogistry, Generals."

5 llolp.s,

referetiuft,.

S. W. for

in

children._02__Underwoi)d_;Bt.,

ANTED,

refs

and Co

General

us

Gregg's

Mrs.

hotel;

28,1803 Limited, N. BOURKE.

in

AT

a

wanting

country, obj.

SITUATION

A

COMPANY,

MANAGER,

January

18s

wanted,

young

Goodhope-st,

w

to impart obtaiuablo at

u

LABOUtt"

,

Silo

Newtown

market,

8

TED,

,

107 Glebe

um

AN

w w w w

8

English

have

can

illfanu

\\

__ia

only) wanted", bo Union men, percompetent hnnds and 22 York-f trect.

a

and

King

WANTED, to _Quarter

hngton Vouti

Custl creagh-trect. Isiihjur,-1 cnn suit you with oxccllentMen Oookri, Unrdenrri, Grooms, (j'oach Milkers, Moots, Ploughmen, useful 3ten, Waite«, Hotel Cooks, Conk or Axemen, Surveyor'* Labourers, Station llnndi or Parm, îiutohtr-i, lt.iugh Carpenters, linker«, Carjwntcr*, Bootmaker», lJook Grocers, Drapera, Married lined to ntutions, farms, hotcU, CouplM, krapcrtt; und for dniriu.__Enmig(xI foi warded. »fce; good Milkmen

SITUATION, valid; good cook eneoH. A. W. li.,

__J!_3^3_Geoi^e__

guaranteed

near

fam.

in 70

£1,"2

2 in

for

14s;__uscful wanted.

"WOMAN,

butcher-

ono)

£25

a

country,

,

JoJ_nsin_and_

-

_

v

of

2 Lady

thônretical thorough tlio ART and RCII.NTB Madnnio 1 ELS' LVDY for its b) reputation and CllMI ORT Send

i

Laundress Burwood,

Norton-st-,

Home,

__Dasics'

WTANTED~thorough

gooda.

lfifa

T

becretary.

ront

12s

woges

w

Girls, Sus --it

,

taial

Oxford-st;_

102

and wood,

SERVANT~"wantod,

ENERAL

Symonds,

G

GLEBE PO NT To

Eliz'th-st.

m

3

Ciutt'iit.

A

,

lie

Applicants keeping and ried or single,

Aits_

rooms, 244 Pitt-st

undor

SIMMONDS'

i

a

210

O

AT AT

Holp,

ïï'm'loo.

M.

474

l8«

i

»ecuio

ovcrlook

Let,

m

a

Orango

,

tj commence more with, guuraüticd Hfttisfacton tenctunjf \,ith terms, letter, copies of testimoníala, lartnti

Employer» Cook», Chief

,

can

to

TBU

-at,

O

CAK S E

A

as

¡

AT inen,

a ) ear.

1

AJbion-st._

near

Ladies North,

123 Macquarie-st.

O

MOTHER'S hold dutioi. Appl) Blnenan, King-st.. Enfield._ and Waitress young WOMAN wanted SMART Gcoige-st_ _mako herself useful._Apply LABOURER. Apply Bricklayer's WANTED, Loichhaidt-st, Waicrley._ carl), wash and ¡ron Gon. well, Servant, w WANTED, refs No. Suibitom Villas, Denlson-«t, Woollahra.

;

reid.

or 2 address,

Meru,

APARTMENTS

required.

Crown-st-,

required.

Laundress, throo

HELP

»

I

Call

bundar), (no liberal tlGOO,

ii

10

city, £100 cash

_

.

e-çp

TARY

,

of

for

for f

few

O

on

PARl'MENTS

,

,

General



102

wage

washing,

Cook,

;

LAUNDiiESS

CW.erongh-street. suit Ladies, town or can excellent comitry,-1 yon with Go.crncMPS L. exn, liur Uelpi, exp. Dn&äiimker, imtitl, cxp. Cook» bUttiou Couk, l>ief. exp.-llotol good ilrat rof. Cool;, Rood plain cxp. Ltiumlrctw, oxp. II. Miud, clusi l£ngli*h fetalum Kt>ad Cmiple, experience, gû°dte^ X. and N., «tatioupref.; Waitress good 1-nghgh Conks._

T

men of nbiht) and good llusine.s. good eil) gentlemanly 120 IAMb and CO Kin"--,tre< t

APPLICATIONS

-Hotol,

Pitt-stieit,

ttilth

{ti

it

oôûntry

10

£

,

in

;

;

Uoll_,

wanted

;

Secretary.

sti

proof price

bo R C,

MEAT-PRESERVING

,

weekly,

16s

GENERAL light situation,

;

Gov. Bithurst-st., Iiihtitute.-Wnntod, Gov 1 n,r lYch good music, pinging, Finishing I ininting. £10», station, put Ils, Uniiersit) rogre.sive foi L e ollege. ountr), salau._

Bourke,

,

£S>0

Ï

\X

"Wanted._ _Situations SIMÄtONDS^SEIlVANTS' BEGI6TÄY"

Goy.

Uo'C'rough-st.-Wanted,

BOURKE

,

trade

appl}

AT

competent, otporionccd of this Company's works fralurv and whether marstating Applications, required, with will be ried or nccompinied testimonials, single, received up to 15th proximo b) tho undcrhignod J. C. ANDERSON,

,

CO

i

with

nono irtmcnt txi-nrienu» ÜJÍO licnii-ull'odtOillcc,

ilcp State

liaxllC,

b>

T

H,

Crown-st.,

unfurnished,

ful,

cit)

Doceo,

partietiiurs,

competent,

__vVIL'

WANTED, take charge

st_ COITEE-STALL. Eli7ab°th

O

1*

,

ucuistomod

Lad}

euther

f

man;

and Truit, Kmg_st eokly.

/

to in children help ( burch fair paid up 1K1.1>1_R1C } KLNO Gap\

J

nu.d

JUi

£800,

for

Bc

^Williams

vv

_

_

_

1 lill

TAYI_OR and_C0 Botany, MEAT-PRESERVING »OÜRKE

any

120 £5

\

,

profils

108

mont ENOCH

10s,

"\\

particulars Ilusiuoss

business capita!,

in

city, and CO -Tobacconist, Hairdressing, lease 1 2 bednom«, rent 3os, ladies' saloon, on trado J chairs, to bo suld doing confuitnblo Pitt-»t offer lef 214 troubles, noj_ account of famil) 'lobuc and Pustrj, shop, CO.-Confce trado £10, onl) £25, gift 0 room», ÎTvlvOST lint 25«, g pus

counter

oolony.

our

four

to

Appl}

)ol-st.

Liverp

required

L

assist

H. station good noodlc L stu. 20s.

Maid, Maid,

Lady's G. Bervs. C. references first-claBs

SERVANT,

Situa-

-1

jounp

nu

to follow

&c.

Webster,_Cl

MASTER

BOOTTRADE.-Mnl-or5(nrst-class stutemont wages paid, must

binera_Wilbania £95, up to ¿2000,

to

£00, £80, books

1

boiling Arnchfle

,

o.so"rc3pect. orbte and Co

,_o\

.7

t*>

tcliool

man. open to first-class Livcrpool-st, ifnblolo do gasfltting

01

E

__G.

BUTCHERS' inuko_J

171ROST .DT nhop,

oiervthina. tho lo

street

Coal

and pr

prices, given

10,

C!7

for

bread and J13 "Willmm-st

,

YOUNG'MwTwith week.

veurs

for

bona

the

in trial

Wood

ht.

King-st.

£-5,

in,

Lo-j

BAKER, Jfcen and Co MAN, young

nppl>

men

is

BOOT

hoii'o

ayvay__\\jjliauw from £G0 up, prollts

Groceries,

FRO"5r 10s, trado

ind

road

ou

and CO.-Hotel,

glass Confeot,Fruit,S-c,Business 6r. Abercrombie st A H Hatflold stocken doing Confect, good Wine, Fruit,

owner COLONIAL

244

assistance

Roes

owner

lcbuinn

103 King

BEST Tobacco HAY and Corn,

at

X

_Arakoon

and pim d kn iwleilg. f UUMr li) or DHCSSM learning well TAILOR SY-rr.M. known S'l YLE. bltACE, SIMPLICITY, tow b4 Now n-istod, i_ppos_to_Uiuitrsit)__ cirmlar. Maker for for Trade.Wanted, country, Ncttheim. Co IG York-st. stinrtwork Farleigh. light our Smocks lind special Aprons,

lull

liiismesses

CO.-Greengrocery

bunds

samo

Cinvnrel_narden ulmlv oountor

fulinturo in

a

now

_

SClluriON

oeuntry,

Trades.

OPENING

GOOD

,

A

il

npprov

BUSINESS and must

completo

stock

andjCO 07 Clarence-street_ WB Cottngo, and Re-oructing Peteraham onh R""EMOVING labour Appls 4 pro Grayand_C___ M anted for about ENDERS 24aq It

Commissioners

£

and

and

Gloucoiter-street,

_______S)dney_ ROOTIB Harden,

Refröshmont

RLYPly

H

Wihsler.

preferred

.

15,

FROST rent low, )cars, numbei

_""_,.

1"5

street

7 roomed Dwelling, Hatfield, 65 Ahcrcnmibie-st

ÎI

GENERAL Gladstone Dall, Tcrrace-rd kept Servant wantod, rofs. GENERAL Tho Gun* ah, Wallace-st, Cardew,

Pürit-Ofllcc.

kit

largo

with

OOODLAMPMAKCR,

x\.

given

OYSTER

vory loo

£250

(li

A

drawing, Griduato -LADIES

,

£400

price

fall

yvcekl),

all

tiinla

of

SPLENDID

an I others Printers, Compositors established General an oil SALE private!) -lor OU1INBERG known as tie BUSINESS PRINTING off itcd in liri Ice lane Bndg situ PRIN1ING OHICF lNQlT JA the of Mrs street and prùportv For offer refused and no loasonablo invited Inspection to further particulars appl)

ktock and household CONrECUONFRY ings £60 barg

STEETTGIRDERS Priress Lamest

years

many

old-e«tablishcdliotcl,

inds

rooms

lar_,c c ).

3ti4

near

C. and

;

FURN SHED

2 friends,

or

couple

IiiBtituto.-Wanted,

;

scierai

little

(good),

("WOK J pang,

BOk.

ptipili

,

,

-

Shivers, aud hand broken Dry Screenings cartload b> the half moll heap or Wool m DfNNF 1__ and 63Co-nerWf

LICENSED Rcquirod prieo &0 this

ands

I

offer £60

1

ncedlu

annum,

bixticn

lot.

,

S

,

Ring st_ TOriCE-To

-

and SALMOND

0

snmo

J)

7

Gov. 12s

wanted, refcrcucos _rurolturo Shop,

BOY

,

JA-'

flitter

loctl

Cum.ierilown Pounds Stan-

-tho

10s

:

BOTANY.-Respectable fond of children, »mall

i.Gl,0pernu., S Ilemld_

Y

IN

Help

,

Aliithn

good o

o



iver

lice cnied

eric)-road best

married

A ing Hyde Parlour, Park, business othorwlie. "FURNISHED also singlo Balcony BEDROOM, D'hurat. A Room, vacant, board opt;_3iß Vi FURNISHED ROOM to LET'to res'poctablo week. A key, bath, washing, __47JJathuryt-st. suit mod FURNISHED Room, kitchen, A couplo, terms Hs._li Foveaux-at.. Lliz'nboth-st. at LOLOMA, Biyswatcr-rdT, APARTMENTS with garden._ _beautifil__y_situiited,

;

Person

Itntbano

2

,

G. F.

piofitable. AT

hartam

,

suit

£¿00

o ir.

£120

tiled

instrucliun

buth and (f gulden andb), in £147/1, butstrott Ashfield, bargain, nousc, 8 large r, wide sobstanV-built Pi tei nuns station, £1000, barcuin £400 to closo tostntion 4 to 8 rs Lo'tagca, Petersham, PILL and SON, op station hall,

/V

£100

e

sticct,

Ililli'

Oflice Arcade

imiko

WANTEDTSCnOOLAIASTEU, of than higher derive

Macdonaldtown,

llruwn-st,

station,

nuns

GOOD COMMISSION

J~\

,0

cvfaiuig

at

¿20, entend

£r>0,

7

Ses out*

.A

*

,

ASHER

11

4

*-ehool.

?¡»EFRESIIMENT,

7ca

and

ASSISTANT Grammar Butler's, A~T Miss for btition,

Hotel

best

jount; Coinp

I-ady

undi

li

let

finished, £02*> the

just onl) Wa*

bake,

Girl, young no washing,

;

Leichhardt.

also Ltulral

boiuiig-downe-ttab Lady from country,

by

ANTED,

txpwted

b-a-oointd

£000 each, awi) Wuicrloy brick COÏ

mod.

fam., priv. FRONT

for

ITotol,

_

_

gauges

one

METAL,

BLUE

KIAMA

huilier

eel

loaso Now

-Bescnil terms

A

sell at Business, Park .ISclinorc and voll best part city ive, and tr al given £J0 week takings proof XV established, lind this an excellent speculation will n manager good 1.01'itt-st Asherand Co of solliugand fur partie Reason offer ono of tho U0 Pitt-st, and CO one or tw o ladies in city, suit nircst Confec Businesses "of tho btut.ui one erv, ¿vc, TVTEWb AGENCY, also shop largo circulation, good 1S\ oldest has very will be given £10 leis, of winch proof trade, wcekl) profits 12G Fitt-st trial permitted and length) _Ashe- and Co Coulee Rofrosh. Bus., and Fruit, Salier aud Co 120 Pitt st, tickets, &.c and tram papers takings £1 > vvk Saloon and Grillroom, and Co 1JC Pitt st to offer Isher owner open ill, Icuso near railway, 7

N!

lstrebmary 1803_ -Wanted Tonders

Knossles .nork Burwood r IRONFOUNDERS

w

10)

trade bar TOSEPHandCO central,

)

47 Eli/ahoth-«trect Sjdncj

d

a

£10

ti)

to

conven

*.*!.

ison

H9

FOR

man eeafinng oiïorllot"l Cow per Wh irf bar fulnished £150 10« King st ncitl) offer Hote, Dirlmgi rat, CO

lcoso

JOstPHnndCO trole £ B_w

close

0

HOME

man,

MarRct

83

Homo, to

Laundress, 14s,

hair,_16s___

Pitt-st

l)

Lmma-st,

WAH]iHOn&£MEN.-WnntGd, of \l\VAUi;rt, to talo rlmrgo

e at

Paddington. terms X1.

Park._

ris-st.,

manager,

wnntcd, BARMAID _York King and York sts_ for bara Man with privato (7)^ BARMAIDS pounils, public bar._Grant and Brown, 233 Geo

N.

Plastering.

BUlCHCiiS,

renee«._E.

b day

even

Peter's, rent£J0

a SALE, fust-class und Liverpool Apply corner_ot Agent and Stntiaiiery TVTEWS JLl encc Apply 220 EMzabeth-st

st,

lltted

en

ipi -roed,

Uiinon-Bt,

Professions.

£J

£.'(»

St

selectionofjill

Harrison SHARE carl),

£100_requ_red_ Hotel

e\en

good

119

,

.

JÖbEPll\md luudWhar

ndls,

S

Hotel,

offer

CO

£200,_suit

for

n,

nhtaili

Macnamara

TED,

able

Co,

BOHO

¿50,

Mutton

II

nu

cottage,

PAIUNEK,

MpLciiHtion

down

und

do

CANVASbLRb, lea Compan),

ANTED,

particular-*

IIEIGHIS-

LAUGE

yvell

Eirib.th-stiLot, act 1 ulel Church also Hotcl^Gooibe

fiOs

neut cost

title,

£7&>, us eric)

womnn,

and

Taddingt. tour

Roso

o

ßt>

fitted

,

Ocean-strcct

1 crnim,

SHOP,

pro lhomas

balance

Telcgiaph,

Kve's-clinmbers, 5 v con, suburb,

lobucconmt WILLIAMS_and £30

10

1

cuni

rent

TY_"ofICE-Wowillgiyo Xl genuine bil)el of an)

,

off

£151

£100,

assistance

i.27

lo

JOSEPHnndCO U|,o neirfhbomlool )cnrs

bali,

£J00,

and Co iliiams dutrcin BUTCHERS', real good Businesses, Wdllums IDs £10, £45, £ £50 4c CONTEC1IONERS.-Some at £-0, £.5, to

) cars

Oxford

111 60s,

,

Agencies,

ist

£

own

aham

£7

_

)rs

HART,

no

Isatis

£,30

,

¿\

ground and sculler) luipi lawn nil mod conv bummci Hill -\ ir)

j cars] £150

lorsALE.uoro

CO.-Hotel, 7

guurantccd.jiiid

£Q50

>0

st

extensive

bargain_ booree street,

__

mid district,

NEWS

le JOSEPH 7 years irgo proof cash___ st bnr and Thznlietli CO offoi H tel instructed Al £C00 J JOSEPH trade £ weekl) position V llliam hil CO offer Hotel st, and Scotlns JOSEPH llaids tra lo_To besollabqi^ain largo tor lcoso Rediorn lo and fO oller Hotel, trode £ £700_ JOSEPH weekl) ^tabling ¡cars littlo oller compact mid CO Hotel, cash £1Q_ trade JOSEPH Liverpool wcckl) trade

1 nr

the will be received bs mo up to MONDAY, TENDFIIB m Trade and P ireha.so i tho Stock 6th instant for tho about of thouboio residuo of tho Lcaso premises busing four sear** to run 1 bus noss Tho stock ia in Arab This is an old-cstablisho «hero class order and canbuinspectol upon ti o premises can bo obtained from also nil information required my

and

samo

£40 weekl)

7

man

1

SHriELT)

st. cou

with und CO Huntor-streot

bargnms

_

or e above lots may be tendered for separately Tho or ans tendi-r not necessarily jolnM} highest donosit of to Ten lera to be uccompnn ed bv a accepted and ck sheets mnj bo aeon tender forms cent fit per obtained on at the Btoro, further information application orto STARKEY and STARKEY Chartered Accountants 93 York street.

CO

M1

£3,

I

J.1S0

wdu

ng

Runter

ft ,

lento

10s, go

Dill)

BOARD1NG-HOL&ES, £J0, £35, £10 £70, £100

JOSEPHnndCO-Bakcij complete _8 carts

O

Tho

th

en

ov

4.10,

¡meo

.ila,

Co

,

SAT cash

cheap rent

long loa.c, £100

WILLIAMS und proiltnblo

ition_Toseph 1 hoi ses, itonsvvkly HW K ng-st £ BO pi mt Km offer 106 -st, HSteH

rs

)

,p ino, thomas

7 years, trade £40 city, man Call_ Georgo lung-st -Hotels, Call »uburbs, U00 Manly £100 (1T st £75, rent 10 jours, HART.-Hotels, city, Newtown, 15 )curara»_ C"s, trado £¡0, £200, 0 Dallington, /TI EORGE HART.-Hotel, years, 5 King-st Petersham, £15O,_140 V)T £150, 51's, offer a largo and 120 Kmg-st., CO

100 Ivlng-st

Joseph

ANTED,

WrVNIED. M

( il Residence, SALI' superior ottu_;o pantrs, sculcontaining rooms, hall, 1 lichen, bathioom, tubs, c mper, stoic sol», gas and und laundr), fb-ed ler) detanliel and new, on water lins propert) is quito J minutes stition, marble tiled situated from mnnttls, onl) st mo coping Tor hen ths und non h, iron milln -s un 1 Co Eltfb'th and Hunter sts lens IJISS terms lvitt and onita * Lovolj HOUbE,

HAR1'_note!,

BUI BOOK

fur

a

BUSINESS

EORGE

,

back yard, bulunce dop Dmiblo Hu)

largo

£100

Cook, 20s, Bowral, 16s, 1I.P. Maid, dress

Maid,

44

4

part Prst-elass

for HO ILLS liberal 101 cash udvertcemeut

("1EORGE 5T wc-okl),

st

drawelegant

rhrco

pis

Hundred

,

C1EORGE )T -Hotel lcallng

rent

bALE,

folding-doors, s cr anil hal nom) kitchi washhouse

good

ltonny-Bt.,

l'J

gontlomon", OrecnVrd., Mooro

off

or

staton II P. Maid, good hotel, station Cook and Lound Gul as Kltchcnmaid, country.

,

AT

,

a

more

Jerms

ts

Jubdco

commission

latinj-

FOU11 -l'or

£t,

,

HART,

REFRESHMENI ^TE Sta-

isbciutifull) of ovel

well

mut £¿00,

our

in

Kinvj-st low rent

100

£«,

1

by penninent

tit'

1\M_C1UX1

Mildil

Confcc

low

li

best

,

nu street t îkings m £15 K1 n_ £ Joseph 1( 0 lung-st taku"s£25 Bus, best pos city lltted suit Joseih handsomel) Ind) weekl) £10 vv cekly, Wb profits Agency and Stationery, 10C Kin¿-st trial en Josoph f,iv juro diane £o0 cornor position takings wnokly, ROCritY, 30C King st trade Jo&cph rentaos good j rices proof sunlO sheop CHER S Suburb in, 5 bodies, 100 Josoph King st dries rent 20s top prices class trñao first GOODS and Stationery

and

co.

v la^i,

iffer

2

yyeckl)

fitted

nett

comer, 5

M\nSTl"iind"_CO Broken,

11)

,

,

J-lio

11

BUICHEIUNG

Afjents IV

to

loo furn

£80_Jnscpl furmihed ineolj

irruud!)

Oeu

id rent chanco fora IHOMaS GLO

V

IA)-c

«

£

cs

largo ¿vo

-For

SALE-Ino

i.t

11,

w

p

fino

K HOUsrS, lorrons jim t for the tw o oui) and W\L'slI, AN

ILUAN

ÏjlAClultYbllE, 111 Al

yuniliw refused iiiarh o counter and uble oriel boiler, tibio v.ith mnrblo tjp engine Itcts beale le house, hoists, curt mid all tub* saul o und machine small eu,h uidci ¿o Is ti ide vpplj up[ lianecb, ltirc,o street l c Ue.0 ,oith _li>.)

oilcring

Businesi L tnUishod

st

Cull for pn csublndi

uni trade, moderate doing we las oltedanline..>odcondition thoiou,ihli mte«t and lnvisligution fur belling l) reasons ft r about to acnniiie bnsvne liaie chanco ecc ne Tun 140 hlng-street. (valuation) ccutio beds pay well litted, at}, M O Herald OIIlco rent, cliuice jiplcndid mid CO 103 Pitt-strcct,opp GP O C]

ANIED,

ing-

17IUK

cub

blocks

x

Sala_

100 King

bigheer

j

now

Ten 1CM lloorin Lntern« fir L rculor Q

for Gonoril

BOARDING-HOUSE

tionery

100

2

gent.'s

to signn ntmg and 102 Costlcreagh-st

¿»c

WANTED,clock, Cus-jcm, bhopherd-st, PLUMUEll Apply WANrED,Company, Kent-ht, quartci Nurßcrj GOVUiNESS, WANTED,music_-Apl-H Hunt'-r at_

Brick COT balh and dlsoount for MAXWELL, streets

I*

cit>_._ Cnstlereagh-st.-Wantod,

118

Butlcr'B,

Housekeeper, Cook and Laundress, house, eountrj resp 108 Bathurst-strcot, ;

I'.

Banjoist

or

irpist letter

1_>ADDING10X-Pmuto

iel

imitMlurs,

20 \

x10), es

Loll

SJUS

£>0

ladies,

ni

DAVIES Genuine

SUGVR

une

gas,

,

A

190

IIOltSL, imnttls

u>.sv

Miss ATWorking Bowral

Mrs COMPEIENT r Rogers,

country to Harpist, Hciuld B) Oüice_ CANVAÖbER-.forUpholstering,good

T

Di-olliiiK, part wide doors gas \enctisn Glcnmorc-road, hall, folding 4 blinds throuuhout, lnr*.c bedroom*. IOITCIIS title only ti "A al £< St. terms PHI Vis and WAI bli, erlcy Hill PoMtivo clo«o Summer SALE, fetation, rooms, prett) dotached VIILV si\ hall, bathroom, must bo sold, no reasonable offer lefused 04 street 1 OUT N LLLIOf, Tltt

£ir>)monthl), position,

ith ovxcllcnt IhomasnniKo

ti

£_00 offers, Itr-iiorncr

bo elders

FRUIT weekly

1

;

Gift.

corner

vv

RESTAURANT,

fivdney

PINE

bl 1

SONS

80s

Manchester

in

UNGa

nie

s an

Grite* mil Hill Jl Pitt-street

3 111

JULEPS Tasman HOUbL, BOARDING everything pioni

£150

(best M

es

Mantolpie Ga-ialiors

c1

8

est

"0 iel

G

imd^CO

6

«JO

ternia

easy opposite C Lhzahcth and nnntcr

E

Co.-Agents

Boy

Gordon-st,

7

II

117"ANIED, T

flted close to

SALE,nbar_-nin,

£Gtf)

No

TLD,

__\ocalist_

T

Y

now

II<-,

hatn

once.

,

intelligent C Smith, puuitcr, MAN a "lo

Appl)

VVT

ílrummo*

protty st* '1AG1 S, Gothic quite now, le, ouch, L uiuccted sewer, good pi-ition Hil (fAN and W VI SH,

H lGs

6 Hunter-street

,

rout and

cs

corner,

ctv lease

es,

Ht

rent hatisfai i miied

ITS'

lies

PHFDDE'i

Bnsmes3e3 l8

st

RIA

100ft

cr

011 bun

SUtes no

RESTAURANT, mealslsupwarla Men s Clothing Haberdashery Boats Grocery Ironmongers an Patent Medicines

s lo

Goolobuh

cost

week,

1

tin) &e

Showrooms

II

LOT m STOBr svith Lease ubout to run J years of four shillings per

2tft, rent

-s.

ground

a

in

Iron

irhlc lilis

M

Hearth

£315

at

1

rates

£60 40 178

IRO\

?=

Plaster

inl

4

and

Good Doubtful Bad

CORRUGATED of Land

Bricks anne

Oalv

cllocs,

ntt

IE

£

CEMENT 10 1 ioonne

8

121 5 4S 10 03

1(

-I

Dr

Is

1ft

inîburln;"lTïïô

prollt

fij

Business,

roof,

i

/ 1ROCEKY VK'cstabllshel

looft.

per

per

W

8

and

LOT DEBTS

BOOK

AMERICAN FINL

11

!Os (Id YLE

IEL

HO

litt-strcct

(TRIAL

A

lill s es C1 eil DOORS MOUIDINOS SI II SHINGI 1-S RI D^OOD YELLOW CLEAR UNE

ARUHIHVM-S AMI'RICAN

comprising £43 2 73 0 44 8 14 19 68 17

V

Simmon

_

'Manchester

J

M

20s

r-S

Al

&.C

7

w w w

Aïs

WAIN tion

street_

oui)

,

.S\,TDüLLAUK

Leichhardt, hinds well furnishod, Pitt-stiect

-

invited

aro

ITS

RIGH Spokes

ILDING B""UOREGON,for at tí

lcasu

5s,

URK s

llrst-clnss well furnished, excoptionully al] outgoings, rent billian! wiloon, paid £13 K) trade £bo, cash )cars, proof Hunter street GEO 6 IIIOMAbjindJX),

comei,

mi



mee

£-5

ANIED,

no

Itiaurnnco Macdonald

an

g

w

\\7

train new splendid kitchen washhouso

hall,

sillo

lOKltrAOLL

TEL,

HO

OOD

2

jmt

trade

_6

st

rket

£2

,

Hofrcishmcnt

TEL,

rooms

?eo

samo

oeptiiiid iblisliment

rooms,

trial

HO

from

minuto

4 heil ro ans, m dining, bathroom marble hisator) cupboard, sink, Ä.C v iib with tubs c ipncr, best stvlo lmiteil nee, inspection I> DAVIS cent

ingoing£100

privuto

n, es1

U

LIGHT ucctmn

\

rcq

decorat

TI

farAriON-rur



"'fiÏL

£150

erin

,

ono

Tears'

thoroughfare Post Oflicc-chumbcrs,

Hie clear we kll allowed trial VS and CO

id

j

assers

ANIED,

TT

kitehtn, pantrs, ana nandah, water

ing

Icnso, cash

4}

,

17 £100to£D(Xn

from

und

Ä.C

Bay

Grato ne

cash HAltDW

LL,

Hiifls

position shows a reasonable An) 1IIOM ULO

go

Pitt

Gcrgo-stitot,

further

Höt^Nöwtöwn,

BOARDING-HOUSE, bourdc-s rent IO A-c trudo £11, ftONrtC V^ wuk's allow ed Thom

Mouldings, líen Dit! street Balmain

st

of

Cam

Glass

VV COLONY

m-

Ï~Vni)rLHiN, A, splendidli-finished

call

_

TENDERS andsullboicccmd mstunt

HEELW

w

sub

w'kl),

main

Bl

have

£¿50

price,

1

and

mid

VDAM Pitt st

boarders conducted

to

Applj

Moreton

VM nncTBELL rent 00s corner,

trm'e

Plato

w_ANTED,

premises_

loco pantry, pullen Mar) cash Ive) i-chriinbirs Montag

in> lease, £.00 cash

idow,

vi

load It)

anil BELL-HOTEL, nnv lease, rent £4 10s, «eel 1;, IG rooms, ir trade £60 Ofliee-chqiilbers £150 17 Post HOI and BELL EL,

in

_

of J B MOORCROFT Coolabah an 1 Girilambone, SlOltLKELPEl

41s, bar

suit

act,

Hotel, tindo £

BOARDING-HOUSE, lncnt, choleo sitnatu

rtings

lor

bars,

xV

Buyers to

on

ltNCLirrE

4

long

£2o0

Waterloo

Hotel, coni]

w'kl),

BELL,

select

_^_^

ind

prices T nnd U 4 M. i Ditto 1ft Rp it 1 nths O lit blindies lorest T SIMMOND"

ESTATE

b

CAD

o

bk

iboth

low

BELL, s

11 brewers rent £ t pa)mcnts Al io mis claburatel) furnished, £500 cash

M Mo

Dior< Box Timer) in 1 1 jTinont

SYLE OUi

Kevnol

Co

Hearth

MANTELPIECE Co Train

tindo

12

ingoing /

_

IN

labour

wanted, V

st

for

ferr)_Appli

'1AGL,

long

St'moro, £T> vi'k!¡,

G )emu,

2

Ltd"

q

mht) Bart! olomo

bar

proof

3b

rent

nolol.

corner,

ni«

113

'.ro VII LA, and front

Brid bick tubs,

,

given._ BELL,

MCADAM, Uno

Skirt lus 1 bVvlON

C

given

0

the

Agents and GORMAN,

_

£300

(I

lnej

FOR bALETPhonipson-streut,

leaso G cash.

Ucorgn-st., £00 w'kly,

MCADAM

1

ng

Ground

street,

BRICKLAYER-) Appl) job

a 1

SUNDRIES

all gaugos, SCREEMVGS, andltrsBP SAND at lowest pneos EL and ROAD JUÎTAL COMPANY, chambers N onvich Hunter-street_

GRÍ.VLL EMU GUA-s

of and

Hotel, tailing

-

Herald BUILDERS thoCaipenter Dunja lloorinc, bhelv MARYBOROUGH, Pine Cedar timber Ins ectioninut

3 r3_ METAL

Tebruarv

BLUE

ant beshci U detail
bcr

mid

40s

)ears, proof cash required

,

Mills

Tin ^reh

\M

lease

rig/at

SMITH

Joinery

1

fis

HVPDlL

£700eash._

worked,

easily

billiards,

md

P> rmont str -MT ot near B*thur t-strcot Head Office Go rgo s street ncnrR lwav Stuti n Branch "\ard id Harr Timl er Doors Sos! Moni Foreign mid C lomat lingi G inering ni 1 Down &c Galvanisedlrun Ridding Pip ng SiW b and JOINERY MILLs an

be

£ 110i,

rent

MATERIALS

nnd

GOODLE1 Saw

will

lent

Nails

VISIT

PROFITABLY.

BUSINESS

bars,

£0,

MCADAM MoAD MCADAM

-

_

CRICKET

rent

and

~

Tenders A SSOCIATION

2

w'kly,

particulars. No cards TJ»

OUR ONLY ANTHONY HORDLUN nnd SONS, FALVG1Ï 1'MPORIUM HAYM VRKL1 (ONLY), UNIVERSAL PRO-v IDE1.3 CLObE IO XHE RAIT WAY STATION

TOPitt-st

A

and Hotel, George-street, draws Si's xxx lease, low rental, weekly. derent aro tho lookout for something requested 17 and Post OlBce-ehnmbors, l'itt-sücct, get

on nt

*1N\0 \LAlfs* 1EKMS lOliRENS HILL TO 1HL IRRIGATION mai bo mudo IN' OM. DAY

terms._

of

provisions

Ac*

MuUoalmgation A

SUPPLIED

attached

rights

or

flS'l

-st,

water

BE

H WATER l'FK LOP, under the

£?*>

with

JsOW

suburbs,

Servants' Depart., for station, able ay. Nursogirls; 2 in hotel, _S., lamily.

___G

h_oi___e\___ork

Yoik-strcet

NION

Ü w

TOWNSHIP CAN

W11

ill._Needham.

position, facing Se., £100. piano, ftia-508 aeoi«o-
and CO., Head-rand.

MCADAM MCADAMundilELL, MCADAM BELL,

Ban-

ADDRESS

-Patten

-Important Pnces

Cost

BUY

Tni: IOT

Cook,

1

for liousowork, After 0, kept 223 Ba) swater-rnad, Bay, wantod, for positiou"of

at »Woman lus; suba,

COOK

tho proTÍaion»

H'malds,

tram.

nr.

bath,ovory_conv.,

COMF.

wantod

nuise

Help capiihlo household, large

ina

Female

AT

MANAGril,

_65

litlc

11UÎ.1GA1ION

EVERY

11st,

hotel,

for nABFRDASnrRY Deuko MANAG1 It for Ntl RCrR\ part mi nt competent und bHlltT of uBiisbnne Waie Department rcspcctiveh inusthasoheldBimtlur rehuuso Applicanc.s,who po. ltiansi m appl) writing with topics of lcftrtncos, experinouai) to ence, and salary n.u.uu'.d,

attached under right of tho Irrigation Act. MulqtJi I'LL ACHE DLPOSIT. £7

Ml

11s,

MCADAM

(ONLY)

FPOM

US ONC1 you vvdl surely CALL AGAIN

Pitt-st.

off

L pool-.t

TO

and Co.

send lciiiiirenicnts to lT.r.D.C. BOURNE ai.d CO.. SOu-BOS Ocorge-.st., Sydney; 243.N'en- SouthHcad Toint. Seo list in to-day's Daily rtl., Darling Telegraph. and Hotel BELL, Brok-rs, 17 Post Offloe-chumbers, G.T.O., l'ltt-strcot, opposite offer Hotel, Ovford-st.. lease 10 yean», lent 70s, line comer, done up, suit smart mon with £150 cash. newly arid BELL", bar trad'o Hotel, Pift-st.,

iro

Geo

S MONL\ IN IT SA\ IN G O VEO RE from lick, to lonpcnny Iron and so to Corruguted

Head-

-Monuments

M

BUY D MAIA the r trado

SHOUI MAT1 Bhed m

THFRF AND wanted

,

from

;

Call

at

den Haven nro kindlv invited to attend the Tuneral to mayo of her late beloved 8ISTLR, Ha) don, Margaret 10-MORROW from St. Vincent s Hospital, Darhnghur-t, to AFTERNOON at a to 8 o'clock (Tucsdo)) quarter Geo -st C KINSKLA, Undcrt 7(15 Wnvcrley Cemetery

RETIRING stones cost

BOURNE South 213 New

HOW

Builtlm? HORDLRNb~~

of Cam-

WILLIAMS,

D

C.

orrons

E"M

WAEDHOÜS

Pint-class

water

&

trade

Buhurb, and dwellings, rent "ction, owner com-

plan__£110.

BOARDING-110USE, Red foin Park, well furnished, FRED.

bus

54"Elizabeth-st.-Bakery",

completo

weekly,

Sydney

first

'I

o

rp

ii

railway

Store,

good

Geo

and

8ms

CO.,

Director._

COLONY,

ACTIVE

.ti

,

G 6WYNY,

Cooks,

2

children,

fis",

HÖME_fbV'2

äs

,

Section, comprising IOOOACI-LS eubdividcd into from to .Î0 Acres HORTICULTUltAL BLOCKS, is now fur balo ruuty i he tt-ims. )<.nra'

3"years,

Needham

20 yean, large shops books weokly, open insj sell at s aluation, no gomlw

ton

Materials

K

Limited,

to

A-

use

wanted,

labour inscntton in the srorld for greatest sasing Dressmakers It conforms to lill sires, st) les, and figures, giles the French bias and Worth darts, 1-s (id Anj puce, one can learn it, tho in ono persons from country taught is bend da) parents investigate Patterns to measure lil Btrand, take the for circular Multpllu Pattern Co delator at Pitt-strcot entnnco Agents wanted_

£100._NcelhamandCo. 42 weekly, trial.

3

NEEDHAM _lj

Cottage

0\ou

The

Needham. l.'is,

4 rooms, rent shop, Needham nnd Co.

corner

£100 lcavo.

to

yrs.,

the Funeral from Parra-

movo

trade

hands

rent

A'cst Hands, 0 Clurence-st

2

,

rpiIE X

lots.

£30

£25. weekly, and Gi-noriil

and

rj__\Ian_icks_ille nbu s Work

Plu

Iron, Cars

10

T

oxer

HOUbE

mid

HURST

H

mills*

40

9

£30.

eartA,_hhe,lsL&c.

(GROCERY ~K established pelled

two

or

Put-street

IRRIGATION from

ULUOA

M

goodwill, £46, £00,

£.15,

sumo

returns

2

£7wklv.,

plant,

carts,

horses,J.!

suburban, horses,

takings£12

50s.

illahra

s

ANIHONi i\.

ono

Managing

ncies,

&c.,

cart,

steam

Storo,

i^liOCEtlYi-toñs

Ui

s

liners,

weekly,_2 -1

only

Wo

«anrod

Church

£50

ambers_

1 el

18Hotisos

Hotel

TLNDEltS

SLA1LS bncks SLATES gor chciperthan

in

COMPANY, 291

Elizabeth-street.___

51

Corn

DAIRY, cosvs,

onl}), K ng st kemi

Cottogos

oust

mid

HAY

nmoro_ slung Joinery ro_

Mander

from papers «nailer .\g<

profits Alco

Business,

N)

bl

Bru.kv.ork.

Brown

Unwn job TLN DLLs

ou

Plnstur, Fireclay Slate3

at

(luesdo))MORNLNG,

m_ rRIENDS"öTMrs

THE

?ITJ.

Tin

Plastcriug

C

R

p

oi

Appl)

bo sold

BUILDING

Tobacco,"

GREENGROCERY horse, good

CEMLNT

Parra-

MORNING,

(lucsda)) W. Mr. muted to

of

FRIENDS

L'tOWNE of the late Mrs matta station, in

mov

J

North

st

7

7th

m__

THE 11

Funeral

st

al«o

1 oint

and

use

next Connection

bowori^o

s

V

bignnriters H

rooms, shop, £225. stock, fittings, and £70. NEEDHAM.

______

Work,

CASH

kindly

aro

Ireno

will

rent

Co._

CONPECTIONERYonilFruit,

Tricks

us

ii

BRADDON

nLNftYnABI,Undertakcr,JD5Doionslure-st,jSurii W. HURST of Mrs. FRIENDS to

weekly,

ClONFEOriONERY,

(.kulk M in Stn dge rd foi P in tinr n 11 Gl-i? .%\T VM1D, ng rl Mimcksillo TT St Applj onjob Unwiuallrdjc di roll aj cn PRILLS-WnUT per gen warranted cwt gen L us oil Whto Leal pel is Mi\c Hin*« 411 lb Oil -s oi per gal \ anilsh gal Colours &.C cheap and Sous b OGosrgo-street. "\\_Car} Che House Lemont in issdnoy ipost ¡>k ce Cirv aadSoiis S2Û Geo for -Vnchorbrund gctpr

RICHAuD,

W

lu

Dsvcllint, 1 uesday Reifem

BRICKLAYERS-lenders

Y T

,

Wilson-street, at n quarter

i

\\TANTED,

to atten 1 the luntrnl of their to movo residence, fromhispirents' THIS Eveleigh, (Monda)) AFTERbefore J o clook, to Way erle) Cemetery H

Hal

SON,

No 60 NOON,

in

Carpentr}

X

invited old

indi;

1

beloved

Carter,

of

THE TRIENDS

JOHN,

Cnstiron M Mali

Cottero

mo

are invited to kindl) ed SISTEH, Annie btmp Hush street "W oolluhra, 8 for llio at o'clock, undertaker Wavcilc)

ROBElirbON of their belov 1 ern-teiTiice,

J.

above

centro Bourding-liuuso, city, low tiguio. Needham and Co,

suit buyers. und News Fruit, 5 rooms, terminus, J Agency, comer shop, tram only 25 hands once in takings shop £20 weekly, change-i years, Noetlham. train ticket^ and stumps £20, complete £215. dblo.shop, 5 rooms, Needham & Co. main street, C14 weekly, tnkings £.!____ and Stationery, double-fronted Agency

-

FRIENDSof

rilENDERb

and than

later

not

in

i

,

and WILLIAM the 1 linera! to leai o 3

TENDERS Herman

wor

JACOB LICHT of Mr. FRIENDS invited to attend the SCELINDL are respectfullv to move I uncral of his dcarlv-beloved W11 h, Airnes from his rosi lenco, Piaillai t'a Hotel, M vn)ard-squure, before J .IHIS AF1EUNOON, at a quarter (Monda)) o clock for tho Waverley P KIRliY_ Ccmotcrv_ Mrs

JL

lia

lol

and

151Rcfcintj_tiCLt imitod for C miles Isewtou

TENDntS _\\ aserie} for Dr lining TENDERS M Dirham Te u-irdens

THE milE

sent

aro

finishing

Batlmist-strcet_

1.')

Mo

two

PaporhuifeLrs toil for Shop

Painters, ins Tenders Tenders T I V>I0N

TEÎiDLRs Cottage Beecroft

COOKrTöröv'ro

that

Station, thenceper Bl EWART, Undertaker

takings

G

the Ft nor ii of her dearly Cooke will move from the lann> "Mrs David StrathElphinstone Summer 1HI8 Hill, (Monda)) 2 o'clock, for the Summer Hill Umina) to Necropolis "W VLTER 1 uncral tram

Gowor-itrect,

nairn

M.

Miss

£100

NEWS

ELof Mr. and Mrs. DAVID FRIENDS informed that tho PHINSTONE aro respectfully Miss of their deailv beloved bISTER, lann> Gowcr will movo from their residence fatrnthnairn, Cooke, at 2 street Summer Hill, THIS UTI It NOON, (Munda)) o'clock, for tho hummer Hill Railway Station theneo per Funeral trun W blEvV to tho Necropolis AR1, Undertaker, Bathnrst-street_ «_

FRIENDS

of

W.

Funeral

JL. informed speetfullv beloved SISTER, MIPS residence of her Sister,

¿

truction

Con

7 rooms, and

und Co

IM1-ROVER

173Bourke-st da) W _Bcter_8, 'lighe, 100 1AILORLSSES outdoor, -Wanted, Trouser HANDS for colonials, and nfiw good Mole Trousers HANDS also flrst-cluss \est llAMJb R D HKATbll, Clothing 211 Manufacturer, Caitlerea_h-strect UOD1CE FITIER" is tho "LIGiriMNG

FREEHOLD.

TITLE, The

?\rEEDHAMandCO.,,')4Elizabeth-st.-Businesses, X s| all descriptions, for SALE._Terms to

Railway

Necropolis.

mid

ruid

Shop

Wallace

N

A

___^

-Firat-cl'a

accustomod

________llnslicuttcr

X

lur

2iia.woll

wanted,

104 Ooulburn-st

-Smart

PAINTERS

CLEAN,

A

TO

51 ElÍBabeth-st._ 8 rooms, rent 30s, Needham anil Co.

ern, i1*,.

Churchihill,

Latest Do i"u« of bs THF VUS ilarl} imported 74 Pitt VNY 1 united street lLIsDLRs uro required

MODELMAlvERs

I

(Monda)

r

TMLORESaEb indoors, ulso liup'rs

C.

rilO

Needham,

8

ESTAURANT

T> IL\

of

P VrFRS

of 8ydnoy, 42ft to Park-street E S and A

the

by

'V

WAT L High-cliwu lcadin. manufacturers TRALIAN GI \8_t.OMl

leay0 the 8 TONF.

rent

Oroorns,"

£45.

BOARDING-HOUSE, 30s, boarders, £55._Needham

-Genuine s Champion Lead, JOs Oil -V Cd gul Raw an 1 Boiled mmhos, "a Oil gil 5s eich Hd lb Wall B 0 Brushes Mixed 1 lint« Inpers KU S cut, lift C lil VEN £B,)Qoor"i st .¡droll bia."» and ARCHlTECTo OTHTUS

TO

THE

nnilE

Tönung

-

attend the Funeral to moy 0 from their THIS (Monda)) for Petersham to 2 0 clock, Wood and Co ood Cemotcrv

THE~FRIENDS informed respcctfull) residence Strathnairn

SARAH

invited to William Leichhardt

full,

always G

7

Newtown

21

_Bax.

-HOUSE,

nished,

-HOUSE,"Rodf BOARDTN boarders, funiiture, piano,

-

JOHN

FRIENDS of BARROW S aro kindlj of llieilat« beloved SON", residence Ri Junior-street, An ERNOON, nt a quarter and thenco to Rookw station,

O ARDING

15J Sydney

GGOft ofCft Sawn labour and m itcnal H BRO« DI-N

occupied

fl

Plumbing

street,

KIHI,

uro

ora,

Moy,

Generals,

_/____C

Residence.

Single (best part).-1 board. No children.

Dawes -AT 19 Milton-torrneo, Balcony Point, haibour view, mod. mngninccnt Room», wcll-furn., suit 4s wk. furnisliod, gentlemen. BEDROOM, A._alOForbes-vt., Darlinghurst, opposite Itlnk._ BEDS." COMFORTABLE including breakfast, dinr.er Sundays._lt_Mary-.st.,_C'mbell-st. _. furnishod Ro'om'io LET, "5s, COMFORTABLY

.

forDranmgo

^_14J

frontage the pn.uiises

J-ft.

BOARDINGpermanent

street Newtown HLLLMHICU

8

forming having it On Bank

11 r'nis.ront BOAllDING-HOUSE.Darliiigluii'sf, 40s, good furniture, £85. Needham, 511 liz.-st. piano, rent HOUSE, BelmorePk., rooms, half-cu-sh. Ncodham. 40s, 13 b'ders; £13,1,

TA1LOKESSES, trade, for _leam

also

Registry, C Nunicgirlfi, GIRL willing

and with

»

as

Susscx-st._ Enmore-rd.-Wanted,

Gregg's

Board ApartmenT.«. ABA, 100 Darlinghurst-rd. vacant, HOOM, 1 SUITE

_

TLNDLRS Houses Lennov

JOHN

thou

THE

rooms,

peruianeut

one

Iniproi slop work

Mrs.

A A

ACÖMF. Albion-st,

1,108

mm

OW

_

nnd

centro"city, containing good piano, handsomely furnished throughout, boarders, room for 30 ; £225, half cash. NEEDHAM and CO., 51 Llizabctli-sticet.

BOARDING-HOUSE, 25

rOIi5>~rhe

and

a

mainuttcont CORN) R ¡-HE, of the ke} positions to Pitt-strett und

hours* pracbhoitband and t-libo

)

Also,

omigd.

chase

T

4

Paddington, op P.O. SERVANT wantod, for

beforo

__

Ion street, quarter to 2 o clock, and flommesnn.

I on at

Hoots

WILLIAM

invitod

Pin

G

O

FURN SHED

A"

Oxford-st,

General Applj

_

aro

t'ms.

21a

10,

2V>

10,

refs.

_

aro

beloved mothers 1 ntntire,

easy

parts__

to

Bolman,

washing.

no

wnntod,

__

heríate her

all

7

Pmate Bil Classes, (12 lsns instruction und 40 rp* Pipon nting 10s tice, 6s lent from month Typewriter« _c papers, M) classes at Ashlleld, Petersham, Mill botasiimod lerm begins Uthiebruar)

Apply THOROUGH

A

Elua

'21

General

as

Girl beforo

__

TEAGUE of

Sale,

A

21 EileSchool, remuneration

School,

SMART

_

II.

Tune-al tomovofiom

int._

onlyjen

SH01UI1AND both-st-JONSON,

city_

_

II

tho

1RAC

BUILDERS-anl^CON

for

22

SYD*N*\ BUICK LOMlVs\ Limite! aro nosv to rccciso and exec ite oracrs for Bricks lu Srcparcd or suburbs }duc} T P rLFTrnER Secretary Ofllco-Post Office-chambers 114A litt htreet Sydney

Undertakus__

Mrs

of

FRIENDS

______P

TO

at Cemetery

houses

duties,

wanted, light mid Ijpowritmg

O

day.

_

AF1LPNOON R. C.

Rookwood

(Mrs H H league s) residence. '1UIS (Manda))P. CA11EHNOON, foi Rookwood Cemetery

THE

residence

league's)

(Mrndav) for

city,

required,

]\TEEDIIAManilCO:,oiEli/âbêth-'it.-Boarding X*s*

1) powritmg

Lady

st

222

O OT

m

FURN SHED

City.

by GANNON,

_

H

TUlb clock,

o

from T/vndon

goodwill

and

SIIOHTIIAND -Young

,

1

HcrnldOIBco,

4

__________

II

2

BOOrSandaoilMfcbON, ripHE rniENDS to of JL kmdlv invited attend Mr» Eastcott, DALGIUHt,

move

COMPANY.-Hote!,

no

trado

1\

cnt, King-streot,

,

G

_

Oír*

Enmore, to

to

£3, £500.

\GLHLN

to Mrs.

10a Cd per

Terms

_

to

are

Paddinglent

ENG

in the

Unequalled

attended

beusofüT.

off

B.

1

Thoroughly

Compe

_

is

Personally

O

_

invited

Mrs her lunera!

ceil,

torras._

for

open

Address

run to "Works,

__

ltindi> mother's

EASTCOTT

late

w

easy

10_\'cur«,

Mun

oung

j

largo Situation

Healthy

m

FURN SHED URN SHED

__

the Brickwork Oabouronlj) illc for Jol n Sproulc Laq bo al ta ned at OlHco or spécifications ma} "0 linlcrs clo,.o Peb ntl.n on undersigned CHARLLS U HALt, 11 VD Vrcllltoct O eh imbers 1 itt street. an

\irv

hands

experienced

CLERK.

wantod,

cor.

__

THE

tho attend

R'OBINSON £230

invited for lence at Hursts

arc

resi

inR

on

COMPANY.-Hotel,

same

and

ITNDFRS of cottage J 1 Pi

üvofropolis

rRIENDS"bf

s

XsV

The

Bockdale.

_

ROBINSON~End ton, hhds.wk.,

_

THE

rjl

week,

line,

'

Western

COMPANY.-Hotel,

ROBINSON' trailo£100

ËTtT

BRICKLAY

South rittest.

DUAPERb'

P.O.,

English,

Wanted._ errands and

54

of

TJETAIL

ears.

__

O

liability.

2

A Turnery 255J Susscx-at. Servant, amall COMPETENT Genorol family. A Glcnmorc-nl, Pad'top. Liicrpool-st., _Dalkey, twain SERVANT family. required, A GENERAL Ldlth Toxteth and Globo Glebe Point Villa, rds, Goneral nftor GOOD SERVANT "wanted, 9, A another kept. Chaim, Enmore-rd Newtown. "MAN COOK wanted. 209 Victoria-st. North, A Darlinghurst. cxp. H. Maid wanted, gout.'sfamily, Camden; AN__super home, open da>s. Cragg's, Castlercagh-st.

PARllSERSHIP.-Splendid

por

.NSIvr B V8LMENT, with LARGE rtrnngrooms, und 'WLLL-LiaillH) FAY OrilCL and ill ABTjRY, on tho ground floor, approached from l'itt-slrect a with marblo by spacious hall, lined lloor and wulla and marblo staircase 20 oüices, besides a and largu smnptuousl}-Utted board room, and three r Kims for caretaker On the roof which forms a splendid promcuado, are two bathrooms, and all tho usual cons cnicnccs An Otis lift runs from ba-tment to roof The front of tho is of stone, with granite building columns, pis an and tho mg imposing appearance, llttings ure of tho most modem and complete charucter throughout to 1'itt-stn.et is 501t a of 110ft. The frontage b} depth *1

having;

_

Hills,

JOHN BURROWS of and brethren ofLOT 181 and also 70 P li C aro kindlv invited to attend the lum ml of his SON, on 'William, 45 from Petersham station 5I0NDVY, 3 pa, to

FRIENDS

no

£-'5,

and

for Gentleopening good address and moderate amount of capital, business cstabl shed mer in a tlrst-chuss 10 years, )icldmg return osent nuable to keon a good no paitner risk, pi Would pace with the business suit bunker or good com mun first instance, Beut Herald Oüice ¡so agents Appl)

J-

Balmain.

,

_

Ss'dncs-,

(

his

COMPANY.-Hotol,

und

trade ROBINSON trom only £50, and COMPANY.-notel, ROBINSON furn., trade £._j Coast, beautifully £350._72

TENDFRS are invited for the Carpenter s and Tomer s Work residence it nurstullo onl} ) f oott t_e for (1 ibour Jol n eoiflcutions TI I Ians an 1 sj o_ roule 1-sq may bo 20 obtained atOllice f un leruLiie 1 Tenders L1 so iel 1U.LS1L at 1. noon CIT UtiL3 H VD Ar l'O lutcct, chombers littftieet_

move

,

4-S

for

,

of

E

í,\l

inv&stigut'n. 10 milos

11, r__0

FAMILY HOTEL for it* comfort. Rooms. vrell-ventilatcd

FURN SHED

Proprietress.

BÖ_"

JYANHLNRYJlOJuug-btrcet

man

HOTEL,

S SYDNEY.

41 Burton-st,

_Servant«

,

£1000

tho

occupied b) of £2000

Y

well-known noted is

This

GonT.Nureo, or H.M., Camperdown. anxious for Situation, any

boy

FOUR ROOMED

CHURCH-HILL,

S~it.,

is

T

T

*

,

1

attend tho runeral Tam Crawford to B.urkc streot Surry Rookwood Cometer)

P

PARTNER

Widow of trust, with

\rOUNG pos

and Coal Trado, Co 1.0 King st_

first-clnss to reside

a

A.

O

F VE ROOMED WRN SHËD

E

>

"General: suburbs Postofncc._ us'Nurso and assist in

B.,

ar'vls.

MOUNTAINS.

til

Parlour

2 years* rofs. Mooro Turk.

n-st^

W

per day; KuVmba.



Address

now

__

to

R

_

dcarlv-beloved "Wibi, from her lalo residence a HIS DAY, nt 1 10 p m

invited Mar)

A

and the following, Board ut a rental

Wood und

lioiiscwork.

___

ctfullv

rc-ipi

0

T

ov.

}oar.s,

nall___,owtos__n T E~R~""S

N

I united, bowcrago

(

Wynyard

nnd"COMPÂNY.-IIote], R'OBTNSON trade sonaro, leaso 7 £150 wie,

itoet

1

_S___0e_rgo_3

dining-rooms,

for

Selw)

_Coaches

(Id

DGEC FFE OAD

Terms

open.

GRAND HOTEL o Hotel of Mount Victoria. for Jenolan daily Caves._

is

C'rcagh-st.

Willlam-st.

by 2fnoïïds, WANTED, _countrj_,

job.

Comspecial no m the country mission business, opposition and baso control of tho following townships -Parramatta, Richmond, Ride, 1 ennth, Lithgow, Windsor, Liverpool, Mittagong Bosvral Moss \ ale, and others capital £500 to

2b9and¿)l Pitt-strtet, the E S and A C Bank, turner of Pittand Park streets, and ïipacious dc-*int front busineas office, the Austi-ill Mutunl m Insestment and Build-

containing us occupied omp ni}, ing Water and

Georgo

billiard-room, £100.

;

week.

72 Pitt-street.

NINGLE, Ar

venrs

£100

tho

Williams

wonted

W..

SITUATION

_

JAS

COMPANY.-HOTEL, lo

leaso trado

for

te start

salar)

_

nre

attend

;

_

THE

quarter

stieet, bara

two

good

j

Gore, R

ltog^lo»

Goneral,

as 20

SITUATION

ANTED,

r

BENT, of

every

»nd

PHILLTP,

descripI

EVANS~ñro

to muted attend the funeral of his late resncctfuUj Tollu lawson to move fnm US Punces street, ritTLND, TRIS at a quarter past 1 o'clock, (Monduv) AFTERNOON for the Mrs 1' KIULÏi, 88 Necropolis Undertaker, anti Will um-strcet, Hunter-streot, Darlinghurst-. of Mr FRIENDS CHARLES CRAWFORD

strcct,

A.

and

_

~óTTMr~OWEN

rniEND

THE

her

y OBINSONnnd

I

accepted

A

including 100 gmnnis 1_ Cjutlcrcagh-strcet. for small

immediately _640 George-st_

wanted

|3ARTÎ,ER

Preniises

AUSTRALIAN-CHAMBERS, adjoining

car

Appls

o_Mrs.

ANTED,

_

to leavo

requested

bned uil}

FOR SALE TRIVATELY, v and central!} situated Business known us

magniflciut

£200

und goodwill, Medical Agent,

wanted

Situation c

piefciTcd

District, from clubs

_

aro

ncLcss

PAlls

£500,

oior

furnituro

T

England

_

not

for

_BRÜCK, TER

and

YIIONS.

o

11.,

Oxford-st._Post-afuce._ Houso and

superior Hu-al

ore.

,

__

ten leung e linders

ti

or

Price

Sale_

COMPANIES,

coitroit

c

A.

_

desiro is of tho Office of tendel un}

at

lowest

sollsubttrbau Call cariy._

_

Tho

to

structed for £50.

Auctioneers, 72 inEmpire Hotel, just week trade, doing £30

opposite HOTEL,

PUBLIC

li

__

&c

name

street

Laura

OlHl

_

ft

at

house

Dwelling

ROBINSON Pitt-strcct, nearly

Frection

for

a as

BANKS,

Address

Kow

-

a

the

r

those

King-st.

110

and Land INSURANCE

_Ho«

TO

D, Situation, t. goodrefs

House) start

Manor

(late

midway

UDW

10s attended

of

1Üft5lJNT~VIÖTOniA, COOPER'S ITX

SITUATION.'liouseworkT B Glebe Post-office._ General or Nurse, good

Bella,

c

PANTED,

deL

Sjdnoy_^_^

PRAC1XCE,

MEDICAL cash

_

of

f

5

Ioitunc2good

MIU

A1TOIN1MLNT

Caatlertagh-iitrect, incomo

Estab.,"20yr.i" dninir contract lar^o

HENRY,

suitable

Brück,

_

TENDERS Brck N csvtown Contractors

muted

heroin

oro

sires ut*

Northern

COMPANY,"

mid

Butler,

large connection, 114 Apererombio-st,

iinmarricd, Medico,

only and servants

,

03

___

no any tual goodwill, giwn; trade; stock atca^h: plantsaluiitinn: ParticularsIVAN busines.mcn.

Clerlt_

old-established, Mitchell, } A

App

registered,

tectotallei,

_

OIL

of the

DANIELS

rent

Prnotitioncr,

first-class

17, F.

Address

referenoo,_ Maid,

MEDICAL"-Qualified testimonials,

Pitt-st.

Girl,

prof. Situation

ANTED,

WíTANT

_

Oûlcc

and

_Full iJirticulara MERCHANT'S

bargain. COLOUR

low

?'

netting 108

to

_

the

a

;

i_j"l

¿300,

r

of months) Box Lex,

IO

Applications

AN,

"

J

;

bars; furnished

"years, King-st.

W

solicitor's

practice

.

clock and

Gtorgo

40O0

competent

during

charge solicitor's

and Blockhcith, 10. per week, half-price. Telcjr. BLUE

£2

season

,

by WANTED _Olcbo Point

roundTi

all nbscnco

~

HENR\

_lown

i

FRIENDS of Mr JOHN L \.WSON~äro to moro rosnectfuliy invited to attend lus Tunen! from l18 Princes street inib AriLllSOON, (Monday) 1 o clue at past c, for tlio Necronolis "Mrs r quarter 1CIR11Y S3 Hunter-street, and William-street, Undertaker,

at

seen

o

Sito

Architect

Clt) 1

THE

1

capa

Q P O

8f,0,

for this children

MEDLOW,

HOTEL,

BELGRAVIA between Katoomba

or

GPO,8)dnoy_

_

be

ma}

until tho

Markets

Cit}

Pitt-et

state

Bos-

from

Girl,

S,

i',,

_

sncciücatious

1

OfBco

licasatng

papéis

take

eountr) 182,

_

nn

this

fn

ear

to

a

a

"

New

for

SITUATION IS, WANTED, Address S" Arncliffe _countr-. roat-ofllco,_ SI Cook and Laundroas Qonerol» WANTED, mall refs. Mrs, Green, Pk C1-do. fam^jj-ood D'Arc>

first-

,

Cao-ton.

EGALT^Wanted,

JLi

-

at

Morel AU of

}

VRUIER'S,

8

line, years, low rent, rooms, beautifully 110 Kiiig-stioct._

Apply

country, young limCom 168.

wanted,

Address

"

bo received

Hotel, HENRY.-Loading 4 hoirs from Sydney leaso 8} account £150monthly; 3J brewery

£500

-

invited to attend the funeral of QRANDDAUGHT1 R *tta Wall, to move fr"m Jici pu cuts' residence, Trafalgar-street, HUB Annandale, ArTERNOON, at a quurtcr-past o'clock, for tho Neuopolis^ Undcrtnl cr W_SlL\VUtr

will tlo°nci Busouient

traille,

Agcnc\,

I>ADDINGTON.-News week

1

&c,

Butler,

_

onThirslnj B ni lint street riuns

immenso

bihties

.

TENDFRS

a

Pyr-

ingoing

HENRY.-Hotel,

IVAN Lrcnt, IVAN only

1S03

wanted. North

Ocorgo-st

.

T

nil)

Darlinghurst

February ACTORS

10 yrs.,

W

_

rcspeetf beloved

ore

4th It

JLi'

108 l'itt-st Butler, for ¿80, tindo Í40 l18 l'itt-st

UUSIIIOBB

"

mont hcrdrarl)

Oflke

s

Sjdnes

leaso Goorgo-st., Hil £100. King-st. Redfern, leaso" fortune with £300. 110

07

,

EÏIERPliESS-PlvIN'fER

"1

cash

Crockery.

£u0 week cent

.

THE

of

MAIDMENT,

Clerk

CONI

rent,

U o.m

IRONMONGER.-Wanted, -lass HANi), toke charge, refa

Batlcr,108Pitt>st.

aud

_

movo

Town

low

_

to

Annandale, for o'clock, of Mrs

1

FRIENDS

S

THOMAS

"HENRY.-Hotel,

VAN

I

street.

_

Trafalgar-Bircct quarter-past

Mrs.

itt

after

_

of

DAUGHEIÏ,Etta,

and

Cit>-chambers,

.

_2431

BALMAIN stock £930, cash trade, -Produco REDFERN JSper wcekl}, profits

119

puco.

terms.

100,

AIRDRKSSERS.-IMPROVER

H

Titt-st.

-Général

£100, paying Butler, loSPitt-sst.

W

_

the

Mr.

Ultimo, are invited respectfullv their beloved GHAND dearly from her rarents' residence, 1HIS AFTERNOON, at tho Necropolis W STEWART.

at

HEWESTi ArchitsÄts

_

attend

of

street,

and

terms

businoss^casv

-Ironinoiigory

-

to

of Tig Funeral

dock

o

noon

SHEERIN

X1

Storo, 103

Butler, a, net

stoJs

"VfEWlOWN.-Boots,

110

on

__

FRIENDS THE "WALL,

yrs.,

the

_

A.

ANDREW

of

____

Mrs.

at the OtTicca te bo doliiorod \.R\ at U

net-Gen.

n.

p.

stock £3000, SOUTH turnover £1000 month District -£G00 p. GREOTELL Storo £»W,tn__jocljlefi}cash £5700

110

__

and

DILL

may bo socn specifications to undersigned whom J.ENDLRS ne oi before MONDA\ 20th of FLB11U

COAST.-£1200

exceptional

__

Mr.

SUMMLK

Completion TOAD and for J R

_

of

THE FRIENDS

Hotel,

Erection and JUNCTION

of

comf1

rsOWRAMfc-BTRELT, MANLLY Esq Plans md

WALL, aro invited to attend the Funeral rcspectlullv of their dearl) beloved in'ant DAUGIP1 ER I tta, to move from her parents' Annandale, residence, Trifalgur-stroot, 1 TT118 AFTKHNOON ulla Quarter-past o clock, for tho W STEWART, Undcrtalier, Hathurst-strcet Necropolis

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HENRY.-City rent, IVAN with fur, and £50 cash. chance, party King-st. HENRY.-Good suburban Hotel, leaso 6 IVAN low rent, ingoing£57, »gift. 119King-^t,_ HENRY.-Hotel, Surry Hills, loaso"? years, ÎVAN low rent, £150. good trado, ingoing ICing-st._ lease HENRY.-Hotel, Waterloo," ifycnrs, IVAN low rent, £100. Call ingoing King-st._ HENRY.-Hotel, city, long lease, low "rent, IVAN 119 King-st._ _full price £ easy own

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to respectful!) attend his requested move from 81 Kine-strcot, THIS (Monday) at S4-Í, to Wavorlo) W J MORNING, Cometer) DIXON. 120 Oxford-street, 169 Rilcy-street, Undertaker, 18,1 George street W _Telcphono 5S8. aro

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