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Fivo

Dock,

at Trunkey, ROOKBT Carcoar, of eldest daughter

tho

House,

On

the

W

F

20th March, Urzell of

B

by Bt

..TEAM S THIS

to ELIPAHFTH, of the turo pean

Xoni"on, SMITH

by Brum, Mr CHABLEB

Fares-1B

DEATHS On the 2i(h foui. fîufSïLt Oi tho 27th iniai

nt C2

March aged arch of \t

t

ts mt

Mow,

8cono,

of

relict

tho

lato

,

Kingston

liAnniKT'MiTii

l

TV

ngpil

years

SHIPPING______ AND OVERLAND TO EN9 FRANCISCO CALIFORNIAN. NEW LAND -The ZEALAND, OF STEAM iid AUSTRALIAN MAIL LINE a under contract for monthly 'WAIL PACKETS, CITY OF SERVICE. Tho steamship splendid 1250 tons, H. MELBOURNE, Grainger, commander, from tbo 27th will bo dispatched Sydney oa Auokland and Hono at 4 via April, P-m., lulu (Sandwich, an Islands), carrying experienced und accommodations for oabio, Superior Burgeon. ealoon,4 A With attendintermediate good passengers. table, can be rolied Saloon ance, upon in each dopartment. with aro provided every requisite-wines passengers not and extras. Is spirits Bedding, &o., provided to in tbo cabin or intcrmodiato. Forties prooooding States of America or the United Europe should which avail thomeolves of this line, has decided advantages over all ethers, calm seas, and avoids the dtsagroo having oblcs tho whole journoy of a long sea voyage ; may bo cona Immediate for passages sidered application pleasure trip. as berth* should be made, to avoid disappointment, many aro to H. H. HALL. U.S. Head already engaired, Consul, Office.' Crofton M. METCALFE Wharf; or to Messrs. «nd CO.,

at

TO

4.30.

£3

return,

;

AUCKLAND.-Steamor,

patch. For

HUNTER nesday,

RIVER.-Coonanbara, ot II

and

;

night,

a

3. '

the

AGNES

IRVING,

RIVER

TO-NIGHT,

N. for

at 8 p.m. Offices-Commercial

MORROW,

CO.'S

Tho charter,

Al

«_"

-

olipppr"i

\7ill

ena

and

CO.,

and CO., chamberí. Lloyd'sDIRE

AND

hy 4 p.m

,

C1.

PASSENGERS

ONLY.

4.

FIJI.-Tho schooner clipper a ISAAC NEWTON, having largo portion will bo quickly cargo engaged, dispitch"d. For to BROOMFIELD freight or passago apply or WHITAKER, Albion Wharf; LAIDLEY, LAND, and CO.,

FOR

of

Her

and IRE

Lloyd's-nhambora._

¿HtJSTRALIAN £¿ SOCIETY.-Tho

E. Vickory's,

Esq

By

KING,

Secretary.

stoamship

,

via

LINE

OF

SAILING

PACK

Vf

THE

WAIMEA, offfr

arrival.

TO NEW ZEALAND, calling steamship CLAUD HAMILTON dispatched from MELBOURNE

bo

?will

via

instant,

HIGII

tickets

and

to

by the undersigned. rates of passage,

from

the

os

New

all

9th

and

freight,

Zealand

any

ports

WARD

_JOSEPH TEAM

The

and

TO

favouriio

and

CO.,

ONLY BAFFLE

Bridge-street.

3,

MELBOURNE. Steamer

powerful

HERO,

1000 tons, Captain T.Logan, the Grafton will.leave fur tbo above port on THURSDAY the 8th noxt, 4 p.m. For or freight passage, apply to ELDRED SPENCE, 62, Margnret-Btreet.

at

Whirf instant,

SURRENDER L. O. F. LODGE, No. Monthly MEETING of above Lodge in the Chapel, THIS Kent-street, (Wednesday) ING, at 7-30 p.m. By order of W.

which

YANGS YOU ho dispatched YOU

will

E.

COMMUNICATION,

THURSDAY, April 7th, at 2 p.m., Calling at Eden, from Struth's Q. S. N. Co.'s) (lato with passengers Wharf, and cargo. Freight at lowost ourrent rates. The saloon is amidships. return ; £6 10s. Fares^-£4 tickets, tickera Return availablo for two months. The attention of second-olaBs passengers is directed to tho accommodation in providod the above vessols, with enclosed cabins for females and families. Faro-30s. MELBOURNE

STEAMSHIP

_Struth's

F

IOR

For

#

freight

1359

commander. Saloon ,, Steerage or passage

TO

MERRY,

R

L Tho

fine

Al

BRUCKLAY

and

LLOYD

or

;

LARK.

O Ñ D 13 years ship

Ö

Ñ^

CASTLE

be dispatchod for the above port on 20th April. Wool received at Flood's stores. Intending passengors are invited to inspect the very superior accommodation of this high-claBscd ship. Has room for four Bingle men iu the house on deck. Apply to Captain WALLACE, on board, at Circular Quay; or to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO. will

F_

5



Ö Ii 5 LOMOND.

L"

THE BEN trader will have immediate at Marsden's Stores. í'oríÍK'{?ÍÍÍ!,r»E!5Mg8 apPlv on boord>to to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO. This favonrito Wool roceivod

or

FIRST ?Jr2^

U

A

«ÏÏLT SDOve

VESSEL FOR SAN FOR PASSENGERS yeora

SILC0B,Çand on or about

us

vessel

^nl'ful

y

«,n¿«

ÑV^

despatch Captain

Office

day,

specially «na

built

for

tho passenger

Awteüfa For £fmÄ-en ED§,and comfortable "f be excelled S?lat?n BFod 8h0 by any -ÏAÏÏÏ^ '?° hatbour> and w!th ordinary winds K$Turl^J"*^0 *i S0 0«Phta Wits haa tho dayB'

The

space both tendmg passengers

W

ÏÏÏÏSA oggSSfr

in aro

cabin

;n

Pasaengot

and

invited

ParbUryB

to

steerage inspect

Vtet/ua

trufe

bs

»"'

.

charter

WANTED, for

intercolonial

Box

cnlare,

E

No.

H.

being limited, the above to

Rooms, 147, Pitt-street, Ladies and Gentlemen attend.

S

S

Positive

against

TRIPLICATE,

TO-MORROW, ROME,

(

in vessel

and

L

O

V

apply to ELDRED

SALE,

FOR

"O^S^-gborsI

SALE,

or

Charter,

SHANG

À"

EPlondid D0W toa 170° tau> CaPtatQ Whiteway, from dispatched Nowoastle on positively tho 10th accommodation for fP'e,nd,d passongers. P,a° Bnd a« other information, "t^bin'

ne

\

in

BINGY

good for

on

before

ir

the -Gth

28th

Carpe,

April

April,

1870._

LOST

AND

same

18th

-Strayed, REWARD -diamond over TR.

£1

j7
black

a

r/.ving

Oil

6th

at

Rose of CLOTHES.

BayTlaet

30.

CARD.-Mr.

248,

_

CARD.-Mr. REMOVED L

E.

J~

R

li

on

a

B..G

Wynyard

SMYTHE.Surgeon-Dentist,

CARD.-Mr. GEORGE, to corner 52, Hunter-stree1,

CARD.-Mr. Chiropodist;

2 doors from

Pitt-"t romoved

Surgeon-Dentist, of Bligb-stroet,

Sydney

C. EDWARDS, Surgoon-Dentiat fees Is. 6, Bridge-street.

NDREW

ALLAN,

Auctioneer Mort's-pasBagc. l

AMERICAN TO-DAY-5oup,

AUK

ANT,

Bill

joints, B1

and Loam

aip to 4 p.m.

aid

Broker, negotiant.

Wynyard-square. and green Cd. Ready same charge.

370,

lamb

fish,

pudding, tea, pastry, or Breakfast supper

entrées,

&c,

peie, at

VI

N

300

tons

;

_W.

Al

brig Venturo suitable board, at Patent Slip.

CHARTER,

tho

tons

for

under

register.

smart

order.

SALE, with MrB. PAUL,

paddldB, Groenuliff,

20 Inn,

N

7

ditto.

and Milson's

sill,

falls

Lucas.

instant,

OF the

BOROUGH Vacancy in

after.

at

if

Q.ay. com-

Point.

Sweet Honw.» Admis8i«n, Free.

the

Poll

Captain.

DRILL, m.

elected,

The cf

rïUHELL'S.

CREEK

3-'7,

1870.

French fitted.

Pap»r Models; 157, Eli/.abeth-st.,

HOrEL.-Tabio 1 prouipt.

CARPET-BEATING ARTLETT lUlterBny. Best

and

löd.

not

wo"£ ; 6d. Meals,

All

for M.

this

quarterrecoi W. 8. CLARK

A.-Special especially),

on

ved E.

lu'lies'

Cheapest 2Ö2, Board,

Park. at

daily,

GROUNDS, SON, Upholsterers.

and

House

G»neral THURS

C.

ATKINSON,

FALLICK Moore and

C'-'A R Photographic

Captain.

J).

and CQ.'B,

Studio,

10

TJSINESS

CARD.-NEWMAN'S

..

Tug

Post

crayon.

Tiros,

REE Royal

M Photographic NEW

JH. .

12,

NEWMAN, South

Head

close

_MUSICAL

CHOICE

320,

Photographer, Road,

.

S

Portraits in Qoneral

new

to

REMO Hyde Park.

"

PlANOSi ELVY

and

New and Popular at ELVY und

Government.

;

root.

VED

to

12,

at

,:7

s:

EMI-GRAND low.

Next,

W_l_«,B

"

o'V'l

3

10

2,954 2,000 1402 520 7,600

0 0 0 0 0

"", 1*8J1

0 0

'

"

10§ III*

0 0

"

1 15 2 10 0 13 2 7

0 8| 0 12 0.. 6 12,

»

+1$56

2

0 13

,, "

6 2 6 6 0

3 April-Oot. 2 Jan-July 5 " " 9 I

9,,

cory

6>680

j

4,487

"

6

6 17 6 0 12 0 16 0 1 9 0 5

2,661 76 a

\

....

1

4 10 Mar..Sept. 2 g )( Jan.-Jvly

cicnfO ..

....

.» ,.

10

....

6 8| 8 0 0 8 0 8_ 6 10 0..

0 0

....

»

;;;;

;;



600

0

When

payable.

's"5

I

0 0

...

7& 6_

,

? Nominu

>>

-

;; "

5 6

"1



..

;;

12 8

20.460

/

0

9,_60|

ditto

229,000 183,000 5,000

....

5th

.

j

";;

5,486

10

0

0 10

SHARES' and

W.,

ANO

MELHADO City Bank,

MONEY

have for and other

SALE,

Bank

of

SHARES._

BANK

SHARES 105,

MELHADO,

3WDeo,1870 1871 to 3873 to 1870 to 1st July,

1873 1874 1879 1900

wentfd.

OF

'

0F

for

STOCK,

SALE.

to

irom

£3000,

FATTORINI

CREEK and CO.,

.,

to date

of

,,

"

"

"

"

"

"

"

"

sale.

"

"

"

"_

T.

to on

insuro outstjiudiug aale of Dobentaron, £50, or part of £50,

MUSTON

E

X'lENSION

OF

and CO., Stock and Sharo

rlhka.

and

1 per purohase

Brokorj.

1IME TENDERS.

FOR_

RECEIVING

Bega._

and

Beardsmoro,

for good Holt's

a

opposite

a villa plastering Sbingler. Apply gato, Marrickville.

rosidence, to Falltck

_PUBLICATIONS_ TELEGRAM,

AFTERNOON

PRICE ONE PENNY. Journal is at 3 a'clock eaoh day. published p.m. the Colonial and Intercolonial Nowa gives up to an hour m tho afternoon; early Shipping; Supreme Court, Metropolitan Court, and Police Proceedings Telegrama ; from Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, &o. Coroner's Inquests, &c, &o. Advertisements reooived up to 1 o'clock. TUB Journal is printed for the Proprietors, at the Oflloa of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. AU oommuato-tiona for tho Editor, Advertisements, &o.( must be sont to Mr. JOHN R. MOORE, the publisher, No. 16, H unter-street; or to the HERALD Office. Terms to agents can be obtained of Mr. Moore, BOYS WANTED, to sell in the This

It

-,

suburbs._

BOOKS

piges. FREE

Now roady. RELIGIOUS B A. Booksellers.

-

PILLARS, and

STATIONERY

all

&

MUSIC

AND CO. GOLD MEDAL NOTE PAPER, No. 25, 1 he finest manufactured. THE EMU PEN, a superior magnum bonum, supplied! wholesale only, at 12, Barrack-street, Sydney.

COWAN

OOKS. JOHN FERGU&ON, Bookseller, 426, to Gforge-atref-t, having contracted tho Counsupply of Eduu.tion with School Books and Apparatus, fiada it for the proper needful, of this working that undertaking, he should have a largo portion of his premises exclusively( devoted to the arrangement of the special stook required. With his present stock of very large books, in every depart» ment of literature, together with a stuck of stationery' suitable for every conceivable this ho finds would purpose, be impossible. Ho has therefore dotoriniued on olearing out at leant one-half of it, and to this end has made at redaction in the prices of both sweeping booka and staThe reduced will tionery. ratea be oontinued for the whola of the current month, time ho trusts to maka by which sufficient room to enable bim to fulfil his contract with advantage to himBOlf and comfort to bia customers. To Public and other purchasers Librarians, of quantities» aro 'offered special advantages and as the stock is ; repleta with the newest books and latest editionof standard it is this offer will woibc, hopod that be practiuul!j| appreciated. JOHN FERGUSON, Publisher and Bookaollor totha Cour eil of Education, 426, George-street. cil

to or

;

Solicitor,

WANTED, interest.

165,

for G months, Good security.

O O K

B

of

OF

'

MONDAY,

new

plate-glûss premises.

WOODCUTTERS fßr

tho

11th to premises

AWNING

from

and

supply

«e «Hd<>Ja'ßno<,> first of

Cash

TH03,

'or

every

H,

FRONT.

IHEAP

c\J

ALL

241 For

DEPARTMENTS PRICES ONLY.

the

per

discount

383.

GEORGE-STREET.

on

EL c

reduced

F.

prices.

of every and E.

prices.

at description, 3-eorgo-Bt.

COLE,

E. COLE, Booksellers and George-street, Commercial opposite

OOKII'S is moBt

usual

addrcBS

STATIONERY

greatly

WORKS,

cent

AND

Packot

Shilling excellent.

250 cheap.

570,

Stationers,

380,

Bank._

of Cream L. Goorgo-streot.

Note

PAPER

Cream-laid ENVELOPES, 570, George-street.

COOKE'S very

other 400, '

PORTRAIT cheap. W. 8'

for Pitt

'

CRAP J. J.

ALBUMS, A. COOKE,

ALBUMS.-A

MOORE,

a

Is 6d,

aro

X

re

stock

U

Wharf.

in the colony.

assortment, splendid very 670, Georgo-etroot._

choice 560,

Importer, DESKS.-New

WRITINo J. MOORE, Importer, _J. ,|>ORTRAIT ALBUMS.-The

nar

Others.-TENDERS

Paoiflo

eoventy-fiVo

Noto

of dry Ironbark Firewood, ft period of 12 months, aay month.

DEABIN,

to

fifty

Mr.

for-tho

instant,

STOCK

IN

HADDOCK'S SELECT LIBRARY, CLEARANCE SALE SURPLUS COPIES of STANDARD MAGAZINES, and REVIEWS,

'

of

BUILDERS-TENDERS

until

BOOKS OF

;

of a Four-roomed at Mr. Turner's

'

and

George-street,

8ydnoy.

until requirod, 9lh of April, of two Shops in George with street, D. W. RYAN, Arohitect,

CARPENTERS JL will be receivtd creolmg galvanized-iron street, and putting in ticulara the apply (in

MADDOCK,

383,

MAGNIFICENT

REDUCED GREATLY FOR CASH, FOR ONE MONTH

£20 N.

Apply

additions.

SALE Btook.

LITERATURE,

TENDEñS

aro

CLEARANCE to taking

Literature.

offers

HI8 STANDARD

for

;

BOOKS!!! of

WILLIAM

repaid monthly. Stato L., HERALD Office.^

TENDERS

BOOKS!! departments

prior

Pitt-street,

Pitt-street,

S! in all GRAND

SHARES

INVESTMENT.

for

wanted for the Erection Brick House. Apply W. Stubbs, Market Cloth Hall, 484, George-street.

n^?y 2500 tona.

"

1XPENCE 32 MONTHLY, No. 3 of the AUSTRALIAN PRESS. Edited bv Rev. JAMES JOHN FERGUSON

5 and 6 per and CO.

£20 to Lend, without security 6 percent. Office, 107, Eliziboth-st.

MONEYS

quired

"

S

Australasian Steam Hunter River Steam Clarenco River Steam Sydnoy Insuranoe N. 8. W. Marine Paoiflo Insuranoe United ditto Foak Downs and CO., 175, Pitt-street.

FATTORINI

M'CULLOOH,

T\0

"

;

MORTGAGE.

DEBENTURE

cent.,

ONJS.Y,-£5

£20

"

I^ENDERS.-Wanted, labour also only

DEEDS

176, f* er TO £300 to LEND, on furniture, 'buses, safeties, without JU if possession, repayable by easy instalments £20" to £600 on bills of lading, of deeds, deposit jewellery, merchandise, or certificates. BILLS DISCOUNTED daily; no publioity. COMMERCIAL LOAN Pitt-st. OFFICE, Bell's-chmbs,, to

,,

GRSCERsTlBONMONGBRS,

Apply

ANNUM._

ON

SALE.

m

£100 and interest 98 ,, 107J " 101 " 102 " 100 " lOlJ "

cent,

TO DRAPERS, &o. To bo DIbPOSED the whole OF, by tender, of the> Sfock-in-Trado in the assigned ebtate of Mrs. ELSY PRESCOTT, of Bega, comprising drapery, grooery, wine» &c. Tenders spirits, ironmongery, drugs, received at 440, Georgo-Btreet, Sydney. Tinders will bo received until 14th Ann!". THURSDAY, For further lo particulars MeasrB. BULMAN and apply BURROWS, Mr. 440, George-street, Sydnoy; or THOMAB OVERELL,

Pitt-street.

(had gratis on application. to £5000. ON DEPOSIT CENT. PER

npo

Pries (iXTomuly Newtown Road.

5 per 5 " 6 " 10 " 6 " 6 " 6 " 8 "

required + Lisa amount Broke rugo of i per cent, 6d. cn eveiy duty of 2B,

LOAN

completion and Gîorge-stroet.

CO.'S.

gj£o£

1876 to 1897 Interminable. 1881 to 1891

Price.

1870._

Attril,

.

J.

juat

aseorttnont,

opunod.

Qeorge-Btruet._ opened, samples, just 500, Qaorgo-Btroet.

and best selected largost J. Mooro, Importer, Goo.-st.

S T P.UBLI8HED, AUSTRALIAN SONG3 AND by F. S. WILSOCi.. AU principal booksellers.

prioo

5i,

cloth,

POEMS, .

"' ',

National Library of Australia

3 6

10,008 +23,627 +1,420 +13,923

»

1

m.

)

Pitt-strent.

173,

may £10 6 PER

alterations

Music, CO.'S.

cost £76. Union in»,

0

3,760

..

Fund. Including the Insurance of Shares includes the accrued dividend, ot Shares, payable by the vendor; Btamp payable by tbo purchaser.

-

and Broadwood'« Pianos. ELVY and CO.'S.

PIANO, to

1

1 10

.

ENDERS

with latest Improvements, at ELVY and CO.'S.

Collards'

\

April-Oct,

1,125

15

£8,324,000 240,830 3,022 000 100 000 300,000

Treasury

_

Pianos

1

PERMANENT The MUTUAL BENEFIT BUILD ING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY are prepared advance any amount on security of freeholds immediately leaseholds in Sydney or tho suburbs, principal and interest to be as repaid by monthly instalments per following table Monthly instalments to repay £100 with interast In years. Amount, In year«. Amount. 4..£2 7 4 10.£1 5 0 6.,. 1 14 8 12. 12 8 8. 18 8 will Mortgagors share in the surplus ascertained profits at the which quinquennial in effect, investigation, will, reduce the above payments. No premium on shares or discount deduoted from loan. NOTT RANDOLPH Seoretary, Office-306, George-street.

X

Dalton's) George-st

INSTRUMENTS at

-

VICTORIAN SALE. FATTORINI

Montague

(late

Gallery,

5,,

17,,

15

te

pries

rïiRUST

S

6 3 2 -5 10

Amount i8_nBdi

.

TRUNKEY

opposite

M AN, PHOTOGRAPHER, South Head Road to (Cloeo hyde Park). with any OTHER HOUSE.

CONNECTION

JR.

AN'

6 6 2 6 10

N

For

Office.

?KA JC

,

ITY BANK Commercial Joint Stock Bank N. S. W. Coal Wallsend Bulli Coal "Waratah Coal

Pitt-Htfeet.

(late

Royal Photographie Gallery. No. 39a, George-Btreet, near

Scott'»), or

NO

COMPANY

..

Govirnment

JP KA f\i\ 3LtJc±\j\)

Reduction. 432, George-st.

First-class

oil

..

OAJSS

Rtish

D E G O T A It D I 287, George-st., opp. Hunter-st.

J.

-

CO., Ironmongers, Labour Bazaar,

SACRIFICE.-Startling ALARMING photo, 5i dozen. J. Yates,

of own iutorosts and be VOTE for BENNETT, for the good of tho Muniis the Council Chambers. 3 p.m.

: MINING

A.

.

9 Jan.-July

15 9 3 4 10

d. £ 0 7* 0 7* 0 ,75 0 7 0 9

6 0 lo

O N E Y. MONEY. MONEY. LONDON LOAN and DISCOUNT SOCIETY, Elizabeth-street South. THIS SOCIETY is established to assist tradesmen ana on the following others, terms :-MONEY ADVANCED in sums from £5 to £1000, on varying of tire (¡county responsible householders, TO BE REPAID BY WEEKLY INSTALMENTS OF la in the pound PERSONS désirons of obtaining £5 receive £4 10a cash. THE ADVANCE GUARANTEED WITHIN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IF THE SECURITIES ARE APPROVED OF. *SARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE FOR MONTHLY OR QUARTERLY PAYMENTS. BILL8 OF SALE ON FURNITURE, &o., WITH UUT POSSESSION OR ANY OTHER AVAILABLE

Sydney is S Board and real residence, 10e. »cr

without

0

*37,157 *5,400 *8,145

s.

10 0 15 10 15

1

125,

in

Pitt-Btreet.

0 0

Jan.-July Feb.-Aug. April-Oot. Jan.-July

1

12/6

:

mate

Hyde

d'Hôte

HEELS shod with Steel carefully WHATELY'S Coach Factory, Newtown.

is

"UiMaroh,

Repairer. Georgo-st.

368,

T1I1E BONNETT'S,

Oefrittf-Plreol,

¡Syd«'-/,

and

7 9 7 8

£ 38 56 8 li 10

1

1

AND DISCOUNT COMPANY, Cupital, £60,000. Offices-61, corner of Elizabeth-street. Hunter-street, This Company is formed with a view of assisting Fro (assiontil Men, Gftvernment and Officials, Tradesmen, others who may bo temporarily in want of a Money Loan, without their to resort having to extremo measures. This Company will make such advances on the following easy *nd equitable terms : Sun» from £5 to £5000 can be obtained on personal an.', other securities, ONE repayable by weekly instalment» of SHILLING in tho pound, or can bo made arrangements for monthly or Porsons borrowing quarterly payments. £5 receive £4 10a, to be repaid by twenty weekly inotnl menta. BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY. Advances made on deposit of deeds of freehold and leasehold property billa <;l ; aale, merchandise, m certificates, reversionary interests, any »ther tangible security. All transactions money and advances entertained, within guaranteed twenty-Cwr hours after application, if securities of. approved Forms and other infornuilion can be had at the ComOffices. pany's Office honra, from flt a 5 ; Saturdays, 9 to 1.

|

EMOVAL-Mr. T. H. VAUGHAN, Hairdresser, tram 328, Georgc.streot (Adger'a late hair-cuttin" to between rocms), 209, Pitt-streot, New Post Office and King-street. The Eau Lnstralo Hair Tonic Depot.

week.

ELECTIONS.

to-day, do his best polling-place from 8 a.m. to

Tuner

it

Practical

Mercer,

HAY Kb'S cut nnd

rials

dr-pce,

(Limited). hereby given, in nocordanco that, with theDeed a etcond CALL of £1 per Eharo on the pre ft-rtnt Fcrip, ?«ill be poyablo utthe City Bank, to tho credit of the Ci.m; unj, on er before the 25ih next. April bo produced Scrip n.utt at the Bank for endorsement at tho timo of v1} meat. By order of the Bojrd, J. C. H. BAASS, Manager. NOTICE of Setlifn.tnt,

ISS

VJ f to

PADDINGTON.-Extraordinary

will

only

polling,

Men's

on

MEE requital,

....

OINT STOCK BARTON and

repaired.

Bookseller,

8 3 2 2 5

16

4

S.ile

Forms FROM FROM

or

Tailor, Habitmaker, and George-st, opp. Wynyard-st. 57 W. GRIEVES, Pianoforte Tuuer, &c, 191 CuMlcrengh-Btreet, two doors fruit or King-street; Rending nnd Co.'s, George-street. Organe, Harmonium!. and Pijnoa for Sale or Hire.

Office

and

Pianoforte

ÇJYDNEY

of ALDERMAN, conseouent upon iho resignation of J. C. Humphrey, Esq.-Tho" following have been duly gentlemen nominated to the a lid offioe, viz. :-Hosca Bennett, freeholder, Underwood-street ; Edward Campbell, Hopewell-etreet. shipowner, Tho polling will take place at the Council Chambers, on WEDNESDAY, tho Gth instant, commoncing at S a.m., and closing at 3 p.m. ROBERT CAMPBELL, Mayor, Roturning-Officor. Council Chambers, Paddington, April 1,1870.

found,

LECTURES' "Homo,

V.

(Committee) 7.30 p.m. H.

._C.

Hourfe

"XT*of

ci«^to^VENlNG; «hair taken at 8 o'dock J_biB0t: by Mr.E.

7th

DAY,

cipality.

CO.,

well Circular

BATTERY

NO. MEETING

early who,

tont,,

at

O. 6 B A TTERY.-No recruits after Thursday evening, 7th.

OF

ditto

to

CUTTER, Apply Ship

S.

Speciil

instant,

THIS Full

Drill,

PADDINGTON.-ELECTORS tho Lower BOROUGH Ward, study your

ditto

and

GUN 7 30 p livery member earnestly CLARKE, Captain. -

7th

MUNICIPAL

on

IRELAND,

niter uri!', M. W.

attend.

B,

register,

BATTERY.

Cleaned and Clothing opposite Barraok-street.

Clarence-street,

OFFICE POST minuteB past

COOPER, 6

THURSDAY,

CHARTER.

or

363 221 138 101

NO. I\

at

ENTLEMEN'S

BORNSTE1N,

GUN DRILL, This W. Cooper, Captiia,

4 BATTERY.-Garrison Gun EVENING. Battery MEETING attendanco Business requested. of importance. TVTO

Al

register,

O. 4 BATTERY.-GARRISON Evening, 7.30 ; every niombor.

personally, C. Edwards, Bridge-

14 Id-stamps.

letter

0 0 0 0 0

900

10 12* 15

SECURITY.

REVEALED.-Consultations

FUTURE obtaining

12.800

£ 338,090 125,375 19,792 13,200 154,540

7/0 5

1

..*...

on

SAIU<

Surgeon-Dentist, Post Office.

tho

Hunter-st.,

27,

18,000 6,000 5,000 6,921 3.000 30,000 20,000 1.20O

ditto.

ARTON N. S.

have by Wharf.

fortnight,

10,

"

W.

MARE,

can

Dentist,

opposite

GEORGE to

108,000 18,000 10,000 34,605 30,000 30 000 20,000 12,000

Sjdnoy,

CARD.-Mr. JOHN SPENCER, Surgeon-Dentist, Mountc»stle's. 352, George-street, over Honourable mcntionatExhibilionfor Artificial Teeth. tooth from Single 6d artificial children's is plates repaired ; teeth régulât M1. CARD.-French Glove, Boot, and Mercer. Hosiery, S. H. Depot. LEWIS, 10, Hunter.street.

NOTICES

..

Bell's-chambers,

rewarded

Gray

S. N. Co.'s

LACHAUME,

J.

d.

.

1

í 5 6

_^ooO

108,000 36,800 10,000 34,606 30,000 30,000 20,000 12,000

..

s.

11 0 April-Oot. 1 2 10 Jan.-July 0 3 6 " " 0 4 4 " " 0 15 6 April-Oct. I

75,000 34,000 19,386 8,000 37,600

.

31000 2,000 20.000 10,000

ditto

money,

OARDS

Wynvard-squate,

2,

i

J.

10,000 6 IO OUO 10 2,805 10 842 10 100,000 1

60,000 100,000 28,050 8.420 160,000

15,000 10,100 20,000 10,000

ditto

The cent,

bunging

one

DOG;

25,OÙ0

23,75o| 15 000 10,000 20,000 6,260

Government. Bills.,.. Trea-ury

Dittoditto

Riloy-street.|

BENNETT,

square. CARD.-Mr.

.

Tickets,

6 10 10 IO

..

CityofSydnoy

Petersham.

A.

W.

(Wednesday)

2,380

.

NATIONAL

Prinoe-st., March.

Sunday

Apply

W.

6

10 15

M

Any

A.DRAKE,

BUSINESS

A

on

LOVhDAY, H MADDOCK, _AddrcsB

Rnad_Anniversxry

THIS in Schojlroom

Tea

April.

1J 2 1 2 10s 2

30,000

Wales

Zealand

mi-

Black TERRI nima the side;

a

N«wfoundland W. C. Reid,

expenses.

OUND,

RES

ANNOUNCEMENTS

CHURCH, Bnt.mv and Public MEETING,

to

Ditto New

FOUND_

on Monday, 4th April, white breast, branded G St. Leonards." Janies Glover, to JAME8 GLOVER, 85,

°

collar,

Seo.

now

12,009 16,871 25,000 7,600 20.000

..

(STOCK-

CLAIM* to eond

LOST, Slut, tho

18,000 31,742 25,000 16,000 10,000 60,000

....

D.bti

agains, in the requested next for paymont in full. CN. CAREY, M.

<

£

60,000 793,660 500,000 160,000 100,009 250,0«0

*

accountable for this dato. THOMAS PASSFIELD.

haviDg

£

io1*

6 60 20 20 6 10

25

3

2,760 2 217 1,260 440

after

aro

George-street, Hon.

New Sonth Dittoditto Queensland

AGENCY.

bo

not

by my Wife

NU'llCE-All tha undersigned,

Hotel, King members, and

MEETING in the Church 7 30. G. W. will Esq., M.P., preside. Addresses bv Revs. W. Kclynack, Fletcher, G. H. Holmos, the Liinihter the church, and other gentlemen. JOHN BURROWS, I ch",,,," M. MEDWAY, '.Steward«.

IxíGr

Spring-street, L

;

Apply

apply

a

will

£ 15 17 8 8 15

g

~

B

8 10 5

Debentures.

A

Pee.

II.

SALE.

FREIGHT,

trado.

particulars

plete.

are

Is 6d. Publio J. of

BRIGHT, BROTHERS, and and SPENCE, 62, Margaret

LAIDLEY,

FOR

of

FREEMAV.

'"ÏXviESltEY W Tea EVENING, '

:

and

Rnd

Election

VOLUNTEER

tans

277

OR SALE, FREIGHT, or mentioned vessels Barquo ANN MELHU1SH, Brig DERWENT, Schooner AU REVOIR, Ditto URANIA,

makeTeir

I

-

£ 20 25 8 10 10

Prices.

WOOL.

1870._

41b,

155,

'

Tho barquo MARY'AND EDITH, 454 tons register, A, W. Webb, arrived from commander, just Paget Soand, and now discharging at Farrelly's Wharf. For full to particulars apply JOHN FRAZER and CO., FRKIGHT the Island

ESTATE

pt-rsons

THIS

ROWING

RELIGIOUS

about 100 tons full giving parti

R

CHALLENGER, or

April

_ALLAN

_liloyd's-chambt-r-. IRE¿AND'

:

OF

;

t>

CLUB.-Members whose Subdue are rejuofctod to hand the samo to the Honorary Treasurer, Mr. ALLAN YEOMANi, Squatters' Excbaugo, George-straot or to the Collector appointed by the Club, Mr. DYSON. HENRY FREEMAN, Hon. Secretary. Hon. Treasurer. YEOMANS,

of

S

LOCH-NAW,

Lloyd's, Iho brigantine at Lloyd's. For particulars CO., Brisbane ; street, Sydney.

all

Business importance.

_HENRY

SYDNEY scriptions

LLOYD.

Address, Brisbane.

R

Ô"

For

Hon.

ut

)

at 8 p.m. matters of

uther

Sale the

barque and

AUTION. contracted

A

Committoo.

GRAY,

J.

street,

thw at tho Thurs-

Agents,'30

CALCUTTA,

VESSEL

a

Post-office,

E

_14,

this

of the

Pitt-street.

IRWIN and TURNER Solos of Land and nogotiato House either Contract or Public Property, by Private Anoaor», Management of City Estates undertaken. Bell's-chambers, 171, Pitt-street.

WORKERS.-A bo held at the National at half-p»3t 7 pm.

order

171.

SHIPPERB

AND

be hiU EVE ST-

SOCIETY.-A General MEET will at Mr. Society, beheld Need'-. THIS EVENING, at8o'olock desirous of joining are requested

HIDES,

x1

delegates.

_A.

Wbf.

170 tona rogistor, brig KESTREL, in good condition, lately coppered, well found in sails, &c. ready to go to sea without and admirably any outlay, for the Intercolonial adapted or South Sea Iiland. trades, IB now moored in Johnson's Bay. and all particulars Inventories may be obbiied in apoli cation to JOHN BLACK and CO.,

the

6th,

ROWING CLUB.-MEETING SYDNEY Wedneeda} tho Gxfoid EVENING,

from ComCamrous.

F.

accounts

and

trado.

l8,

OUSE

.jñj

Goner Cchot

ALLEN,

to

also

between

t^-^^Sàï^00-Th0 A StIWAKJ' wHl win

Evening.

HARTERSforBOMBAY, HAI. MBRBY. WILLIS,

m

%aCaHfornTaf"01106

This

MARWOOD,

Huntcr-Btrcet.

cannot

D0W

Whatf,

_York-street.

APRIL.

was

RIVER.-Sohotn^r WRIGHT, Wright's

MACQUARIE.-MARTHA,

LORIMER,

Moir

FRANCISOO.

fair

RICHMOND wind.

SHIP

ÜÜE

ONLY. ship MONETA, 1000 WUson' wiU °e dfcpntohed

A1 clipper oí CaPtain 15th

",,_,",,.

5

PORT mercial

AND

og

Rfserved. Profit».

Payable.

MISCELLANEOUS.

;

DULEEP SINGH.-AU vessel must be rendered in of the undersigned, by noon 7th instant.

For

to

apply

OR

¥7"

.,18

..

YOUNG and at Marsden's.

received

shin Lloyd's

£45

..

FOR

c

April.-Clipper register. Al

,,

WILLIS, Wool

30th tons

sail

WINEFREO,

W. Loftus,

COMPANY,

Wharf._

LONDON.-To

BALINA, first HELEN,

IRON will

By

_Lloyd's-oba'abers.

YANGS,

for

FIRE COMPANY No 2. THIS EVENING. Memat half-past 7. Businej* of E. GEE, Hon. Secretary.

uniform,

CHORAL above

FOR PORT MACKAY, CLEVE and BAY, ROCKINGHAM BAY. favourite trader MARGARET regular and JANE, C. Till, commauder, will commenos loading and bo quickly TO-MORROW, dir.patuhod. For freight or on at tho Pate: t passage apply board, Slip Wharf; orto LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO.,

steamships and DANDENONG, as follows :

in

ING of the SYDNEY

VEbSEL

i

by

Wharf._ VESSEL

J.

MELBOURN

WEEKLY

N'T

M._

VOLUNTEER MEETING,

O PLUMBERS and MEETING of the Society on Hotel, William-street, April sharp, to hear the report of the

The

tígT

_

T~0

TEAM REGULAR

YDNEY Quarterly bers to attend importance.

continuo t > for SALE, or thereon. and TURNER,

&o.,

£ 20 25 10 10 10

g^'a o

20 10 5 74 10

Gold

Ditto (now fhares; Newcastle Gas. PjrniontBridge bl duov Exchango Western Kerosene Prpferenlial Ditto, Nmcnttlp Sttani

&c receive wool, sheop and will shipment,

TALLOW,

H Accrued.

A

"a

~

Ä«

16,000 20 6,600 10 5 11,035 6,000 IO 88110

Gaslight.

IRWIN and TURNER continue to mako liberal on to idvunces facilities wool, &c, and oner unusual ship to their London desiroub of consigning agents. Special of attention been paid to this branch the business having several has been mado for for years, arrangement every ecsurinp lowest rates of freight andotheri bhip arges._ will avoid many theil in-re heavy exponeos by transacting rusincss through tho above firm. BolTa-chnmbora, 171, Pitt-street

4.-Regalar will

a

J

"

320,000 55,000 66,425 37,600 8,810

60,000 100,000 28,050 8,420 100,000



at 2 p.m., when will be posted.

colonies

J3l

ONLY LAND

and

hides,

allowances IRWIN

GROWERS

IP

DAY,

Mitchell's Creek Preferential Ditto, Lead Woolgarlo Preferential Ditto,

1870._

April,

NEW

TfeTO

t'S.

FOR ROCKHAMPTON and The CREEK.-t__f clipper sebo mor now MYSTERY is at PARBURY'S loading WHARF, and will CLEAR and sail on SATURDAY NEXT. For freight or passage apply on board ; to PARBURY", or BROTHERS ; to LAIDLEY, IRELAND, and CO., Lloj d'f,-chambcrs. N.B.-Goods received FREE OF WHARFAGE.

information»,

to

?pply

S

Ports.

oil

CHANGE THIS from tho neighbouring

telegrama

for AUCKLAND.-r®T Ia de the request of SHIPPERS till TO-MORROW, eho will POSITIVELY CLEAR and SAIL. Is fast loading, now and Bills of Lading signed immediately gooda aro shipped. For freight, and all passage, oa board particulars, apply orto LAIDLEY, and CO., IRELAND, Lloyd's-choitbrra. N.B.-Gooda received for this Lino free of wharfage at Patent Slip

Bluff.

Through beued For

at

tO

I

(Tí

at

tained when

RIVER. Th will leave again 48 hour the Commorcial Wharf.

expected, received at

daily

Cargo

CTEAM O The

RICHMOND

-

TO

tallow, liberal

moko

Petersham. Sydney.

(.ers

_JOHN

-CONSTANCE,

TEAM

-.kins,

Cudgegong

Pitt-street,

jiumber.

320,000 65,000 65,425 60,0u0 8,810

Cinnabar.

Quay.

DAY

WOOL, The undesigned

SOUTH tho monthly of meeting Society, for the exhibition of planto and flowora-the readof connected ing Essays theiewith, will bB held THIS (Wcoiiosdav) EVENING, tho Otii instant, in the lecture roora of the' School of Arts. Mr. WOOF will read a piper on Vines. The chair will be taken at 8 o'clock. GELDING, Secretary. REVILLE'S COMMERCIAL ROOM.

Agents._ SAW

OF

S-Circular Y.rds,

ns

JONES,

1st

_

SOCIETY

SALESMEN,

SHEEPSKINS,

order,

WALES.-Tho HORTICULTURAL usual

WELLINGTON AND __1 OR LYTTELl'ON, F PORT COOPER. The fine Al clipper barqua JOHN 350 tons, KNOX, B. Jenkins, commander, will have immediate dispatch. or For freight to tho on passage apply Captain, boin!, at the Grafton Wharf to or D1CK.IN ; LEARMONTH, SON, and CO., IRCULAR

tho

DAY,

and DEVLIN, AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS,

STATION

CURRENT.

Dividends.

200,000 500,080

.,

MININO. Waratah Coal . Wallsend Coal. bulli Coal. Ditto, Prefenntial Peak Downs Coppor..

JAMES admittod Mr. PARTNER in our business, on the stylo of be carried undor and DEVLIN. HARRISON and JONES,

THIS Jan., future

in

will

Sydney,

orga-e'reet.

Annual THIS

have

DEVLIN,

HARRISON,

tie

:

Sydney.

Pitt-street,

G

and

OFFICES-Bell's-chambers, \T_7E T¥ which

F. H. WILSON, Secetary. AITKRSALL'S CLUB -Tha Annual Genera' MEETING ' of Member.» of tho above Club will k placo in ibe Non- Club Room, Tattorsall's THIS Hotel, is VENING, April dib. Chair to Ve («ken at 8 o'clock. Business To elect a Cocniit'eo and Office-bearers for the enming yi-ar. to rceaivo a ropjrt of procoedi Alsa, iga for tho lato year. The Committee will please meet at 7 o'clock. JAMES HERALD, Seoreter?.

MOORE, 116,

,

ia

at

and

KINO._

302,

at

JONES,

STOCK

WOOLBROKERS, CATTLE WOOL STORE SALE YARDS-Victoria

XVII.

PROVIDE a candidate

ARRISON,

H

¡MEETINQS_

old resident at and Cotton Planter the Fiji FIJI.-An Islands, and who is at present in Sydney, purpoiiä a CHARTERING VESSEL to return thither within about two weeks hence, and will be happy to m iko arrangements with other parties who may think of procoediuT. to those islands, either for passage or freight. The advertiser, from hie long residence and experience in the Islands, ia able to afford the best information to settle» as to intending node of to obtaining land, capital required corauunca cotton&c. plnnting,

at

By-Liw

'MUTUAL.

Ki ON OLUH.-NOTICE.-The MEETING will bo held at 1.50 p.m. April,

The schooner SKi clipper Oaptiin Hughes (well kaum for now her smart passages to tho Islands), is receiving cargo and will at Campbell's Wharf, have quick dlBpaloh. Has throe berths disengaged. or For to C. M. DE AXE, freight passage upply Fiji Agency, 32, Bridgo-streot. tons,

MARSHALL

of

undersigned AUDITORSHIP, THOMAS FIELD

tho VACANT

rjg_"

-

100

RACES.

,

1870.

200,000 600,000

INSURANCE. Marino.. General FacificFireand Marine United Fire & Marine N. S.W. Marine.... Sydney Marine. Sydney Fire.

Pitt-street.

H

APRIL,

C'S

C

PRICES

AND

50,000 10,000 60,582 20,000 60,000

.

STEAM. Australasian. Hunter Now.. River, Illawarra . Clurcnco & Richmond Preferential Ditto,

Sees.

SPECIAL NOTICE.-The Entrances will close 4 p.m. on the 8th instant. The Gates, Booths, Grand-stand, will be SOLD and CO ¿to, &o., by MoBBrs. DAWSON on WEDNESDAY, the 13th instant. Auction, D. C. JONES, Secretary.

THE MUTUAL

;

direct,

in pursuance

Auditor,

_G.

FIRST

FIJI

Office,

_.aId"p.

Jtab^

NewZtulund

v.

prOMEBUS

MEMBERS OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROVIDENT SOCIETY.-'ientlo na for re-election o DIRECTOR beg to offer myself ut ibo Annual to bo held on tbo 26lh April, Meeting, nnd, if will fleeted, give my best attention to the interests jf tho 1 have tho honour to be, Gontlnmcn, society, Your obedient servant,

SIR

VESSEL FOR OVALAU, FIJI, AND FRIENDLY ISLANDS.-rj^Tho favouriu trader MAGELLAN clipper CLOUD, 150 ton», R. Miill-r, on under to sail or ab ¡ut master; engagement tbj 9 th instant, is now receiving cargo. or For freight passage (having superior aoc^imodition) to MAILLER, on at npply Captain boird, Campbell'» or Wharf JAMES THORNE, Kxohange.comer.

WITCH,

STAND^HD

^»TTT

aro tho candidates tjt only at tho Board. 28th day of March, 1870. By order of tto board, ALEXANDER J. RALSTON, Seoratary.

ITHO L men,-I

_

OR

MEETING.

Direstors retiring about to be vacated Dated at Sjdney, this

feats

place.

OVALAU,

un

Eleoting

Tho

SHANGHAI.-All ACCOUNTS ship muBt bo rendored in duplicata or thny will not bo recognised. and CO., Charlotte DICKINSON,

LEARMONTH,

ANNUAL

LTST

Shares..

BANKS. £ £ New South Wales ,,1,000,0001,000,000 Commercial . 400,000 400,000 Australian Joint Stock 605.8Ü0 484,656

PARKES.-Gentlomen lwte holding and subscriptions for the purposo of indemnifying aro HENRY PARKES, Esq , M P., in tho above aotiou, t» ns early as to requested forward tho samo p isniblo JOHN or Vi. C. WEARNE, DAVIES, 90, York-street;

re-election.

for above DAY,

THIS

Y

["URRA

SHARE

¡I«eg

Corop«_ieu.

FLTNÖ".

AND

ON

BTOCK

Capital.

6,1,

LMT

...

WARD

the

¿HIP MIAKO, S: j the ngainet

SUSANNAH GRAFTON, Nowoastle, TOC. WISEMAN, Manager. Wharf,

8.

VIDE

SYDNEY

AND 5TH

_

IRELAND,

FREIGHT

W.

the FIRE

direot,

WILLIAMS,

^__W. AND N. E. C1/. CUTHBERT,

direct.

SHANGHAI

LIGHT

via

arrival.

after

and CO., M'icqnaria-placa.

now Al 510 tona eplendlâ clipper ship MIAKO, William will bo dispatched Anderson, commander, abovo port on the 7th instant. ApDly t> tho on or Wtwrf Captain, board, at Farrellys ; LEARMONTH, and CO , Agents, DICKINSON, Charloite-placo._

o'clock.

For tho MANNING twenty.four hours

PRO

MUST

City.

BURDEKIN Committee

M.

is tint iho Twonty-first Annual hereby given, «t tho Mombers will be held tho Mating of the Society Offices, New Pitt-street, on TUESDAY, Principal Sydney, the 20th dey of April, at 2 p.m., for thi purposes of the Report of tho Direotors on the businoss 1. R'eciiving of the Society for tho past year. 2. Cor.firmiog, in terms of By-Law the adopXIV., of tion of rates 1. Table for Survivorship Assurance, 2. Extensions of Tables A, B, J, and C, t > próvido for tho payment of premiums by equitable and quarterly instalments half-yearly ; 3. Adjusted Tables D and K of the Endowment Branch ; A revised 4. Table K, for present Annuitios ; nil which have been propnrod by the Actuary. 3. Electing two Directors, in lieu ef Georgo King, E3q., and Samuel who retiro in teran M.P., Lyons, Esq., of By-Law II., and both of whom aro eligible for

reBfl'~

CO.'S 8TEAMSH1PS CLARENCE RIVER,

Secretary.

TESTIMONIAL

T.

w.

Ol''

LABOUR.

and S. D. GORDON, WEEKES Hunorary Troasurore. an«! THOS. Hon. GARRETT, Eliziboih-Btroot North. Rooms,

C.

GUIDE.

INVESTOR'S

EMPLOYEES.

AND

T SON

E.

of

The

-

NEWCASTLE, 10

N.

S.

HONGKONG

O It

for

Market-street._

R.

"_".___

OBER

JR

NOTICE

dis-

register,

.

GRAFTON,

March,

1S70-_

April,

MUTUAL

^YENTY-FIRST

;

FOR

R. N. S, N. CO.-STEAM TO THE HUNTE a. -TO-MORROW (Thursday) MORNING, at 7, the CITY OF NEWCASTLE. On FRIDAY NIGHT, the MORPETH. at 11, Goods received for Miller's Forest on FRIDAY, F. J. THOMAS, Manager. Offices-foot of R.

5th

31sfc

Board,

SOCIETY.

BROTHERS,

RACHEL, being under barque few days from NEWCASTLE. to JOSEPH For paseago only, apply or Bridge-street to B

pi

CLARENCE WedTOWN.-Coonanbara, to-night, at 11. Goods for Martin's Wharf, Millor's nesday, Foreft, forwarded on per Collaroy, Monday night. TO BRISBANE. of Brisbane, this City afternoon, at 5. Wednesday, TO MARYBOROUGH.-Black Swan, 12th Tuesday, at 5 pm. instant, TO GLADSTONE at o. -Balclutha, Tuesday afternoon, TO ROCKHAMPTON, via TuesGladstone-Balolutha, day afternoon, at 5. TO BROAD SOUND and Pioneer Rivor.-Balclutha will take bo transhipped at Rockhampton cargo, to per Tinonee. Brisbane TO CLEVELAND BAY, via and Port Donison. 16th instant, or -Boomerang, Saturday, immediately after arrival of the English mail. FROM BRI8BANE TO ROCKHAMPTON, at calling and Gladstone.-Steamer Maryborough weekly. is now for transmission Cr,rgo being roceivod to any of the above ports, NO rtcoived for the steamers CARGO to Melgoing bourne or Queensland, after 3 p.m. on their day of sailing. FREDK. H. TROUrON, Manager? A. S. N. Co.'s Wharf, Sussex-street.

AND For

end

the

THOMSON,

USXRAL1AN

to

apply

LAIDLEY,

TO

C1J.

passage

or

14,

OR

WedThura

to-night,

to-morrow

Collaroy,

freight

SMITH,

ini-tant.

TO

ALEXANDER Hnntor xtrrets,

of

r.n the

rooeivo

NOTICES

LADIES DOMESTIJ

I

diroot HONGKONG Tho Al dipper ship ONWARD, 600 tons register, William eon'iuander. Whito, trader will have This_woll-known regular quick

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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. Messrs. Hezlot, Cohen,

Macintosh, and Raphael. finod 6s. persons wero oaou, and throe wore Unod 10B. each, for drunkenness, Michael boon fined for drunCunningham, after having fined 20a. for assaulting the constable kenness, was further who took him into custody, and was ordered also (Sullivan) to pay 16s. tho conatablo's uniform damages for tearing

Hughes,

coat.

Hannah imprisoned tenced to persons.

and John Finn wore sentenced to bo Walker senand Thomas wa« months, six months, ns idlo and disorderly imprisoned

Thompson three bo Jane

Mary

Thompson,

with stolon sunoharged having and wearing tho property apparel, under the advice of pleaded guilty, her and was sentonoed to attorney, pay a of 20s , or to bo imprisoned fourteen penalty days. Jeremiah stolen the sum Murphy, charged with having of £60 in sovereign", the money of Elizabeth Grogan or in of remand from Brady, appeared pursuance Thursday last. on cross-examinption Prosecutrix, by Mr. Roberts, said that ehe does not recollect constable Quaifo coming into her room sho was dozy but not asloop she had beon in the room was awoke by asleep-when Mrs, Bothell was the noise of the peoplo in her room sho lost some chango ; Ehe put upon the table BB well aB the from her sovereigns boeoni does not know of what tho chango nor consisted, its amount does not recollect hearing a conversation between Mrs. Bethell and constable as she was Quaifo, diunk did not ask Murphy to Bend away the boy and to of kind the with nothing the pass night her; took took sho undreEsod ehe placo; herself; off her shawl and drcs, her boots and steckinga will not swear that hor stepson tried to pull off her boots and oould not, end that afterwards Murphy pulled off both her boots and her stcckingB to the best of her belief she took them off but will not swoarthat she did; does not recollect herself, whispering anything to Mrs. Murphy in the shop, but will know of not sweor that she aid not ; does not anything which should induce her to whisper to Mrs. did Murphy not in the shop ask Murphy to take caro of her money ; did not did ho toll ask him in his shop to festen her dress, nor her to ask Annie (his to faBten it will not swear wifo) that with her ; will not ehe did not psk prifloner to go homo if would swear that she did not that prisoner say not home with her that she would ask go Partridgo to go homo with her ; recollects arriving young will at home, but not how she got on tho bad not swear that after sho got homo she did not go out, leaving prisoner and that ho finding there, her at St. George's pubiic-houso, to did not a second tims taka hor home ; was not offered take £20 of Murphy to drop the prosecution will not swear ; that robbed but she was robbed she was by prisoner, besides the sixty in the sovereigns purse she had in her hand when sho went out, eight from which she eovereigns she spent while BIIO was and the paid all the moncj' out, balance of which she put upon the table at upon her arrival home; dc23 not know how much money that balanco was ; and the purse containing tho sho put it the table, upon 69 sovereigns under tho pillow of her bed. Hannah Bethell, wife ef Elias Bethall, of Castli reagh-street, deposed that rents of her P2 and 1 o'dock a room between proEecutrix m the morning of Wednesday, March 30, being in bed, was disturbed of the dog, and arose ehe opened by the barking ; the door, and Baw the constables Naughton and Qaaife ; and afterwards she followed they asked her some questions, them into Mrs, Brady's heard Murphy say to one of room; " the the constables, Her is under her pillow ;" money said «' Yes, Mis. her is under her toy Bethell, money but on the bed-not asleep, pillow ;" Mrs, Brady was lying constables ehe was not sober ehe and the (witness) it she dosired one scorched for the money, but did not find ; thinks-to searoh of the she constables-Naughton then took from thî the prisoner; prisoner right and band of his trousers a handkerchief, pocket "This is Mra. Gro it to the (.instables, raid, handing " it to me to mind ; sho (witness) gan's sho gave money should take him into custhen insisted that the constables believes she eaw the oounted-she sixty tody; money Mrs. By the Bench Brady had not time to sovereigns. but sho went into her room, go te sleep before she (witness) on .the bed. Is prritive that was lying By Mr. Roberto: nor hld sho Mrs, Brady waa not asleep, into time to when ehe t_went go sleep, (witness) sho was about her money ; she said tho room shouting ; to wilneeB nor ¿id witness nothing speak to her ; sho was the bed, und'ossod she was verv hing diunk on partly ; for that is and quite uneble to do anything herself; tipsy, the reason witness into the gave prisoner custody; said that all the Mrs. money Grogan had was boy whether it under the did not was pillow-he say silver or but he said that it was in gold, because ha said no» into custody paper ; ehe gave prisoner about the money while he know that eho and the thing she did not givo him into constables were searching for it " for stealing it she said, O you rascal, custody ; why did " it tako him not give up-constables, up ; nobody you Bslte I whether ho or knew about, Murphy had, anylhing Mrs. all the conversation that took place Grogan'B money the money said to bo under the had reference only to but she thought it no one aeked her to pillow inteifere, wup her duty f seo that the woman was not robbed ; no ono enid that Mrs. Grogan had been robbed ; ehe did not know man of ill fame lut, from what the constables some said, hoc7 gone into Mrs. Grogan'B room will not swear that eho did that would oook the punot her evidence say rono-eho did she thought that her evidence say so; was of such that ho would be committed she weight ; not that sho did not will swear that she did not sf.y whatever care tor all the Robertas ia the world, er for croft-examination ehe might bo subjected did not ask to; at Mi? if she had lost L'rady any money, or speak to her was all. lueho was too di auk to answer; the constable conn and Mrs. when she ling the*. money, Brady " eats it, called it is not truo, if out, My money, my money ; that Mrs. Grogan was drunk, conMxbk Quaife has sworn and v
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CLOTHING.

Samuel wero Lowe, an aged man, and Ellen Smith, at tho with on the 4th of Maroh, charged having, Globe, four near stolen two shirts, towels, two pairs of Sydney, teven one stockings, pocket-handkerchiefs, eight collars, and one hold-oil, the and chattels of John dress, goods a There was second count for feloniously Wosley Watkin. the property, to have been receiving knowing the same stolen.

and were undefended. Tho prisoners pleaded not guilty, Mr, Foster for tho Crown. prosecuted a It appeared that of clothes were stolon from quantity Senior-conatablo Bremner Mr. Walkin on the 4th March. a great found these stolen clothes (or at least many of them) was the male Samuel Lowe. in a house in which prisoner, Lo wo tho female prisoner, Iho constable found with Samuel in samo room both undressed it was about oleven Smith, ; the stolen clothes o'clock at night ; wero, most of them, of tho stolon clothes in the samo room somo wero down etairs. Tho male prisonor said that George Lowe (a young his lodger, but it afterwards man in the same houso) was that he was suppoBäd to be his Bon. The woman transpired fold the policeman that she was the old man's housekeeper. and several of the other things, The tho towels, shirts, " jfsund in the prisoner's markod J. W. upstairs room, wero "Watkin." Mrs. Watkin that Mr. Watkin had been proved of clothing between the evening robbed of a large quantity of tho 4th and the morning of the 5th of Maroh. This identified several of the articles of clothing lady distinctly and her husband. as been stolen from her having It was not until or ten days after the arrest that the eight that the woman the explanation had put forward Erisoners ad them her to wash. The old man claimed the given clothes. For the boy Georgo Lowe tho defence was exand swore that tho man Lowe was his 'godfather, amined, ned knew nothing about the clothes. This witness stated that he had stolen all the clothes from a house at Ultimo ; lo gave tho woman Smith two shirts, thirteen and collars, to wash and make some handkerchiefs These up for him. it Tho ?were, appeared, amongst the things found upstair«. declared was Wilson. witness that MB real name His HONOR summed The and on their up. jury retired, a at a quarter te 5 o'clock, returned in Court reappearance " " both verdict of of feloniously receiving guilty against ;

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conviction the old man, but nowas one against was known of tho woman. thing The sentence of the Court was that Samuel Lowo bo imin Darlinghurst twelve Ellon prisoned gaol for months; Smith to be imprisoned in Darlinghurst for three gaol »months, SENTENCED.

Lowo

(aged about 20), who, on the 4th of April, to four of stealing clothes pleaded guilly charges from clothes' on the 4th of March, was brought lines, up to There wero sentence. several convictions provisus against ibifl prisoner. The sentence of the Court was, that he bo imprisoned in Parramatta gaol for two years, with hard labour.

George

ATTEMl'TBD

SUICIDE.

M'lvor was with James chorged having, at Paddington, the 18th of March to commit suicide by laßt, attempted himself. The case for the Crown was proved by conetabloCarrigan, Mre. J. Williams, Mrs. Hazlitt, and Mrs. It Baylis. that on tho 18th of March the prisoner tried to »ppeared His wife called in his house, at Paddington. tang himeelf held some of whom 5n the neighbours, up his body others him down. The man was declared ?whilst out to ho was tied iave been black in tho faco up by a rope to of the rafters of tho he had hold of the «ne houso; rope In tho opinion of one of the witnesses, ?with both hands. could hive got down however tho (Mrs. Baylis), prisoner Joy-himself. defenco was that he had done it to The prisoner's his wife, who had taken to drink. His wife used Jrighlcn with some of the neighbours. lo drink to excess a of not guilty, The jury returned verdict The prisoner was dit on

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« Cros3 Hospital, Juno 10, I860. Charing London, " Ramornie" extract of meat hat boen used for making beef tea from November, hospital 1868, to (ho Three pints of beef tea made from one present time. ounce of tho extract are considered by the medical committee to to be quito equal in quality the samo of beef quantity tea made from 2} IbB. of beef, while the cost of the oxtraot is that of tho beef. By ordor of the melical orly half "

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this

committee,

' HENRY WOOLCOTT, Secrotary.' of it, ought to which, to say tho least bo e directors of our two hospitals, and by as the our two soup kitchons, for is if, worth of the exlíaot wi'l allege i, one shilling's go as far as three or even two the whole is pounds of beef, question settle 1. With to the meat we are not a3 yet regard itself, able to state its cheapness." comparative "

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evidence iD'idercd by the committees of is

JoBEi-nihï readers to understand manufacture

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great the it

to call tho attention of our lady in this celebrated Wo kid glove. inventors havo made to arrangements of kid leather to any hitherto superior

aro glad improvement

original in a class

and have taken the used, tbey opportunity new set of cutting-machines made, so little longer-a want always felt in this bo

found

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other.-Court BrtADLEi, furniture

Dowling kitchen

and

Liverpool &.c" Iron,

aro requested by and ironmongeis shipments of the above this at li.-ADV. day,

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1 realen, 2.^-Tho Febiuary Assembly yesterday rejected the fifteenth amendment by 32 to 27. Kew 2.-Nowa from via Orleans, Februrry Mexico, that tho BrownBvill, Texas, represents rovolut'onary party is dailv strengthening. Kew York, 2 -A received at the February despatch Cuban headquarters 300 persons killed in Havana, reporta January 31, by the Volunteers. A great Aro took placo in the negro quarter of Havana the same night. 2.-The Dominion Government has Toronto, February tobe ordered tho construction of a large number of boats, 36 feet long, 0 feet wide, end three feet doep, for the purinto settlement on iha flrat pose of sending mon \Vinnopeg opening of spring.

SOUTH

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of tho correspondent Gundagai Times 30th ultimo :-Our affairs are raining Bteadily aro several reef claims now exceed looking ntd a number of creek olaims are working with The most of satisfactory results. largest and important bolow the theso is the Calafat Gold Company's claim, falls, which of foriy hands ; Adelong employs upwards one-half and tho rest Europeans, are Chinese, and there is of a larger number of men at every likelihood being shortly work there. Tho reef is one of the moat im Currajong and is only beginning to bo in our vicinity now, Sortant In M'Lcod and Co.'s claim the reef is about evolopcd, 8 feOb wide, of a beautiful mundic stone that shows gold the next and in Davison and Co.'s claim, to it up well; some hundreds of tons of stone aro in sight that, hill, bo expected to from tbo results of last crushing, may had the about 2 oz. to the ton. I think yield men led the of Baliarataria to prophet Agrjooi hill ho would have shown them the tho Cm .ejong land of hidden treasure, and they would not have roponted their The Research Lip. Company's claim is Su'l looking 08 tons of steno up they havo a good many veiy wo", sid I shall be enabled to when they v. ill be crushing shortly, tho reBult. We have, another local report also, company to work some onFletsher's whioh Is formed ground reef, Fletcher's named The Reef Experimental Gold-mining If their luck "is as as their title ia long good Company. do well, and I sincerely for the hope they may, they vill would lead to others being success of one or two companies all and our would then as formed, township go a-hoad dceiro it should. residents to ibis a corUPPER ADBLONO.-With regard gold-field of tho above also states :-In mining respondent journal but little is doing of record, matters worthy except byjeom labour to some and appear to be panics that employ extent, at olhor satisfied with the result. Rumours of successes aro the attention of some who contemgold-fieldB attracting shortly. plate leaving the tho TRUNKEY on 31st ultimo, CREEK,-Writing of the Sathunt Time» says : The dam of tho correspondent " Company," is in a very capital position. Enterprise and those who Efforts aro being made by thoqo in charge dom serviceoblo in every shape. work upon it, to aiako the is to erect If toe intention of the proprietary machinery

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buildings were burnt at Clarksville, Eight Tonnesaee, today. LOPB, 10,000 dollars. A Epceinl from Lebanon, Kentucky, says a mob of about seventy-five men took two men of Washington county out of and hung thom, Spring field gaol on Monday night, were with United Slates soldiers lliey charged rape. dclniled wert at tho request of tho county to guard Judge the gool, but the other defended themselvos; prisoners some ono of the mob stuck a pistol into a cell, and ono of the prisoners knocked tho pistol out of the assassin's hand, md with that drovo off the mob. St. 2 -Tho Weston Piano of Louis, February Factory Mtnkel South was und Ziumeiman, on Fifth-Bd'oet, Loss about 8000 dotnoged by iii o early this nioiii'ng.

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Australian received in this island meat recently to a Thursday last submitted thoroughly praotical and impartial at a test lv-ich given by tho Duchess of St. Albans, at Old Government HOUBO. The party consisted ef Sir Stofford and Lady Carey, and four other friends. Tie repast was composed-fi^st of soup made of pure AUB extract tingan of beef, without, wo believe, any addition but and salt. This ba pepper WSB pronounced to faultless. It WOB entirely freo from and was such any peculiar flavour, as, with tho addition of vermicelli, bo serve 1 at any might table. Tho gentlemen's next di3h was ono of mutton sent from Australia in tho raw and preserved cutlets, state, The by some chemical preparation. meat was well-fed, and well-flavoured. woro divided as to its Cp'iions but the majority and teLdernees, gavo a favourable verdict, it mutt be observed if it less that oven wero a tender than might bo desired, this ie as wo defect, all not to Australian mutton. The final know, peculiar was made on what cilled Irish estay is an stew, wbich consists of mutton stewed with potatoes and onions. Tie meat of tbisdith was It was unimpeachable. rich, tn free in faot er, and entirely from foreign flavour, any as killed mut could bo mado with any fresh quitóos good uti. This lunch must bo doolared experimcntol entirely and can leave that satisfactory, no doubt porfeotly good meat-meat torioh and equally acceptable poor-cal bo, and actually is sent to us from Australia, and at ajprico, wo much which are now believe," very below that wo p.i>;ng." Wo concludo with the following from the next ISBUO of the some journal " Wo mentioned in our last number tho trial of Australian various which was mado at the meat, in forms, luncheon tho Duchess of St. Albans on given by Thu'Edoy, Bnd wo noticed tho extract of beef specially that was served in the form of soup on that occasion, and which was tasted it to pronounced by thoso who bo excellent. Wo were, time in some however, at that doubt on one whether this important point-namoly, was article economical. Wo have since received really information in the shopo of certificates very satisfactory from the principal officers of soveral publio hospitals. From tho two following, which amongst theBO wo select not orly CBtabJ'sh tho of the oxlraot, but do good quality moistrate its comparativo cheapness " ' Royal Berks Hospital, " . Reading, June 1869. 14, "Ramornio" extract of meat supplied "'Sir,-The by the Australian Meat Company haa proved of great advanboth in a pecuniary and also tage to this institution, point in enabling us to supply tho with beef tea at a patients minute's of any strength Wô llave connotice, required. used it since Dccembor, stantly 1867, and I have no hesitation in saying it hal given great satisfaction. /' < The tho the savj'sg during year 1868, by using >n lieu of (bo beof, was »107 14s., and as tho price extrací Is. lb, the and haB been reduced dftrine present year, per în our of beef tea much tno ¿Z^S increased, consumption1 1869 V. ill bo very txmldcrabiy more than in the previous year.-1 yours faltbfully, am, Sir, " 'D. B. SKBY, Secretary.'

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Chicngo, February criminals wuo sentenced at tho term of the Court at Joliut this morning. A krgo crowd of ruffians and thieves, friends of the prisoners, about tho and followed congregated gaol tho omnibuses the convicts to conveying tho but a strong forco of depot, polite prtvented any demonetration. A desperate occurred in Orango County, a fight Indiana, few botween nights Bince, two brothers-in-law, named SiLiith and Denbo, Both porhaps fatal wounds. 2 -An ordor was introduced Augusta, Maine, February in tho HOUBO, to-day, into tho oxpodiency directing inquiry of abolishing capital punishment, Now York, February 2.-A bul'ding occupied by tho Metropehfan Poper Company was burned to-day. Loss, from 160,000 dollars to 200,000 dollars. Two firomon wore badly injured by the falling walls. The engine-house of Floming and Wells, in tho oil wells at Green laBt Point, exploded night. Ex-Judge Loncneff died to-day. Prince Arthur visited tho stores of A. T. Stewirt to-day; dined with Colloctor Grindoll, and attended the opera m the evening. Information has been filed District lookhythe Attorney, of of whisky, found ing to the coniiecation 200,000 gallons at the houso of H. Webster rectifying and .Co,, for alleged froud on the revenue is about to eue the Turf, and Farm Georgo Wilkes Field, for 20,000 dolla« damages. New York, 2.-The steamer de Cuba» Ftbruary Santiago on with the Fibmary 1st, at 10 p m., collided steamer i rom Now York, The Brnnotto Brunette, for Philadelphia. sank in EIX minutes. The crow wero all saved except two firemen. 2.-Governor Nashville, February Senter transmitted a to the rocent murdorB special mefeogo to-day relativo by tho offondors mobs, and at lui, g officiai power to bring to

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SOUTH

WALES ASSEMBLY.

TUESnAY, Al'KIL 5. took tho ohair at twenty-eight

SPEAKER

minutes

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ELRINGTON AND ARALUEN ROAD. Mr. BAKER asked the Secretary 1. I* forLands,-" tho Government aware that a sum of monoy hat boen voted Iho repair for of the Elrington and Araluen whioh Road, has not been expended in consoquonco of two of the trastos» ef snob road refusing to aot f 2. Will tho Government i tato what is the amount now in their hands availablo for iho repair of tho Elrington and Araluen Road, and whether or not it is their to intention new oos in appoiut trus tho placo of those refusing to act?" Mr. in onswor FORSTER, to tho first said question, " "No In onswor to tbo other question, ho said that the sum of £56, which WBB voted last ty Parliament year, was placed to tho credit of tho trustee* in May last. Thoro is no. at availablo. money present The question as to tho of trustees appointment would have to be considered. HARBOUR OF PORT JACKSON. Mr. on FARNELL, bohnlf of Mr. Tunks, asked tho for Public Sccretaiy Works,-" When will the return, e.n ordered tho 1st March last, reference to dredging having machines and tho removal of eilt in tho harbour of Port bo laid Jackson, upon tbo tablo of this Houso ?" Mr. 6UTHERLAKD said the return would bo ready in abtut a week. CROWN PROSECUTORS. Mr. FARNELL asked the Colonial 1, Did Secretary,-" a Mr. Fostor, Crown a at Preiccutor, dofend criminal th» late Quarter Sessions at Tamworth, though other barristers nnd solicitors woro present at tho Court 2. Does the At approve of the torncy-Gcneral of counsel and relationship client established being between Crowa Froosoutors and to tho crinvnal clasB ? 3. Did not tho pereonB belonging his Attornoy-Gonernl express disapproval of Mr. Forbes, Crown Prosecu a criminal Acting or, at Wogga defending Wngga ? 4. Do tho Govoinmont intend to put a stop to tho practice r"' Mr. COWPER aaid that it was true that Mr. Foster did defend a crimino I at tho late Quater Sessions at Tarn woilh. In answer to the second and third ho questions, rend 'ho following niinutca of iho Sir Attorney-General, "William Tho onclosed paper is tho copy of a Meaning ;-" letter which was addressed to the then several Crown Prosecutors in 1861. It does not extend ta August, oven defences after committal in their own districts. It boon understood for a has, however, certainly long timo, and ought, as a in my opinion, to bo established that rule, not tho Crown Prosecutors should dofend prisoners on hold within for or Supremo Court Circuits piucos within their own Quarter Sessions Circuits. I am not aware that they havo been considered to bo prooluded from dofonding out of their own oither prisoners districts, on Supreme Court Circrils or in Quarter As regaids Sessions. the thero is a certain latter, becauso their commisincongruity sions extend to the wholo colony. thero is Still, howevor, a gifit difference between within cases or cases tried out« side (he Quarter Sessions Circuits to thom re« assigned I do not seo in the case of Supreme Court Bpcctivoly. oilier than thoBO hold within Circuits, or for places within their own Quarter Sessions Cirassigned reason tho Crown Prosecutors cuit, any why should bo informed not to defend prisoners. I should prefer to speak with one or moro of my predebefore cessors down rule upon tho subjoct of laying any either of the latter ceses." That minute is dated Feb. 21, 1870, The second m'nute is as and is dated follows, Feb. 25, 1870:-"I have onsuhed Sir Jamos Martin the subject ef au upon application by Mr. Foster to be allowed to defend a at Tamworth. prieonor Ho thought there was a recent case which bid been considered by him, a and of which I should find noto of bia de oision whilst He said he had allowed Attorney-General. such defences in exceptional casos, though he had laid do« a a rule to as tho contrary. to the precedent Pending inquiry in Sir JameB Mortin's I allow Mr. Foster to dofend timo, in the it case. I regard as somewhat and exceptional, Earticular ave that Mr. Foster has done more regard to the fact duty than of him might have been expected at the Central Cr'minal Court. I also bear in nv'rid that Tamworth is remoto from Mr. Fester's and that very present district, tho Metropolitan Crown Proseoutor's duties are so reas to preclude all stricted, locally, or ovan denger of actual, conflict h'a with in a single CASO at apparent dofonding Tamworth." PAPER. Mr. COWPER laid on the table a retu'n to an address to his the Governor, Excellenoy minutes of the containing Executive and all Council, correspondence relating to tho lotiiemcnt of Mr. District Judge Cary end the appointment of Mr. Dietrict Judge Josoph6on. It wai ordered that ho document bo printed. PRIVATE BUSINESS. Mr, BUCHANAN asked for Ioavo to move, without that all business on the business notice, standing papar for this bo transferred day (Tuesday) to If that wa* Friday. not done the private business would never bo disposed of, ho Government obtained having Tuesdays for tho transaction of Government business. Mr. SPEAKER that such a motion, oven if thought cp-ried, would bo inoporativo. Al' business that stood on the paper for to-day, and that was not transacted, would go over ta Friday in tho ordinary course. Ho did not see how the House could now deal with unmoved motions. It was for the hon. gentlemen in whoso names they etood to move them or not as they thought proper. a After little farther the matter dropped. discussion, BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES BILL. On tho motion of Sir JAMES MARTIN, the Bank of New South Wales B'U of 1870 was read a third time, and it was ordoicd that it bo d'ausmitted passed, to the Council Legislativo for its concurrence. JUDICIAL REMOVAL DISQUALIFICATIONS BILL. On fbc motion of Mr. DRIVER, the Judicial Disqualifications Removal Bill was read a third lime, paBsed, and ordered to bo trontiuitted to the Legislative Council for its 'i

AN Australian a lato gentleman (says Gucrnsoy papor) has recently arrived in Guerneoy with the bonovolont do the poor of this Bign of enabling island to participate in the benefits which aro now derived by tho poor of London being and other from the imports into England of tho places of Australia. This cheap meats who has no gontlemnn, pecuniary interest in the success of the work ho has under wo understand, taken, will, shortly submit to examination and practical test of those meats." samples The gentleman hero referred to is tho Rov. Marmaluko SOB of Mr. Thomas Bell, of and tho Boll, Waterstown, meat in question was cured here by the Manning process. In a later issuo of the eame journal we read " On Thursday the Duoboss entertained a of St. AlbanB select nt at Gardner's Old Government parly luncheon, House. Among the guests present on tho occasion wero Sir Stafford and was Lady Carey. The lrncheon given for the purpose of testing the quality of Australian meat, preserved by a now scientific process applied by Mr, Marmaduke Bell, member of the Austr'ian who has Parliament, been residing in this ¡Bland for some timo. Tho objoot of thus a tho preserved meat to fair trial is a submitt'ig charitablo as its wi'l an incalculable one, cheapness render it benefit te tho who would bo likely to regard poorer claBses, it with suspicion unless its wholeiomonoos eould bo vouched for whoso social rank places them above interby persons ested motives. Mr. Gardner one bas also tested carefully of the tins of cut meat, and informs UB that in Irish stow or rutltteit could not bo distinguished from ony other moat. Wo understand that Mr. Bell ¡is now ia direot communicant n with the Emperor of the French, who highly approves of iho meat." If Mr. Boll is not a member Australian Parlia of an mont he can at lou st say that the honour is in the himself, femily. Tho is another following extracted from Guormoy paper

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2-In tho Corps Pane, Felruary the proLégislatif, that the Pteftde-nts position of the Chambers havo a right to demand an aimed forco when neceBsary to insure freedom of deliberation?, was debated. Jules Pavro recalled tbo fact that a rumiar demand was mndo m the Chamber the coup d etat of 1861, but was thoa refen days before after an debato jected exciting M Grovis proposition to ii wup defeated-217 rebruarv J Dubs, of this /uritb, 2 -Dr has been citv, President ot chote» the SwieB Confederation

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were to Henry granted Charles Daniel Gray, Parsons, George Thorap. William John Disher, John Burton, son, ^Edward Bitten, end Isoao Simmons. In the eBtate of George Henry Thorn, an ceradjourned tificate Five exhibits His Honor were producod. meeting. »eeerved his decision. John The proceedings Moroney applied for a certifiojte. *nd an, u.njajjt,ifiablo aliena.. deposition« herein 6Yid.en.oiD_ Certificates

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uno lino projeotod frora 250 (about English miles), somewhat is problomatioal, roal earnest and vory ehsrtly, so is tho still moro Lima necessary one from to the Oroya. Tho construction of bolh theso linos havo boon, or is to bo, conceded to Mr. Henry Meiggs. Tho contract for this loiter line has not yet been signed, but it is known that Mr. tender is accepted. Mciggs'a ECUADOR. The ranama Star says Wo aro informed that at Bania de Caracas, Ecuador, on tho 12th of Dooomber, two Tory Bovero and long-continued snooks of earthquake wera felt. Thn first occurred about 1.30 ».ra and the other at 8 3» Similar p.m. shocks wcro felt at the samo time in Earner-, nidos. Fears aro entertained that so violent U thoy wore the interior of Ecuador as to causo considerable damage, and nowa from Quito waB looked for with great anxiety. eaid

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arrival of tbo Galileo at Auckland, wo havo further of telegraphic news EUROPE London, Tcbruory 1st -Hnlf the cotton mills at Wlgvn, which wero recently compelled to closo on acoount of tho Btnko of tho operatives, havo re-sumod Tho shareholders of tho Anglo-American Company, had a meeting to consider a »chorno j esterdiiv, of amalgamation with the French Coblo Company promoted some time ago 1 ho matter was and will be subjected postponed, to a vote at another meeting ho Rufeisn Loan recently tho markot hore is a put on great BUCCCPE. Ibo ehsreholderB m tho Anglo-American Cable to day voted a majority in of 3217 favour of the proposed amalgamation with the 1 rench Cable Company, PortRmouth has been chosen as a place of call for the stenmers of tho new American line botwoen Now York and Havre. 1st -Mr London, february Maddington goes to Canada to urge the Dominion Parhoment to completo tho railroad through tho provinces Paris, American lebruary 1st-Many residents tem have poronly sojourning here, petitioned Postmastor-Gon eral CreuBwel), atkwg for tho formation of now ar postal inngen.enls between the United States and Tranco. Ht -Lord London, Tttruary Cairns has roassumed tho CcnEervalivo leadership of tho Houeo of Lords Mr American Consul at Inpoli, Porter, is dead. 1st -lhere has boon a remarkable Pens, Itbrunry increase m of tases the number of email pox within a few days a Yesterday, in tho sharp debate Corps Législatif on tho decree for admitting iron and cotton fabrics. temporarily On tho vote being was reached, the Government sustam-d. Vicnnn, Ttbruary 1st -Struloyer, Uanhans, and Walkor in bnvo accepted pondons tho Austrian cabinot. I ondon, February 2 -According to tho of proposition (ho Act of Parliament tho Government to tako empowering of the telegraph lines pcBEession of the Kingdom, the IreaBurj depnilment paid £72G,000 for the cable vobUrdaj connecting England and Germany by way of the Island of

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James indioted for Summers, aged about 22 yoars, was lhat of January last, at iniliotod he, on tho 30th Sydney, one Maurioe James Winter. A griovous bodily harm on " eecond count the prisoner with actual charged indicting hatm" on the said Winter. Lodily Tho and was defendod prisoner pleaded not guilty, by 3Mr. Richard Mr. Foster for tho ^Driver. prosocutod Crown. It that at about 2 o'clock appeared Winter, an engineer, cn tho morning of the 30th of January last, was seeing his a home at his Bister-in-law, Mary Wilton, (after party in the company of a man namod The bouse), Rogors. woman a little in front of the two, young Wilton, being waa insulted and about Tho pulled by four young mon. man young woman cried out, and the Winter ran to the defence of his relative, the men who wero telling molesting to leave her that she was a respectable lier, aleno, Baying " was and that she his wife." Prisoner woman, " Baid Your wifo P Your wifo P Your wifo ?" and hit Winter a blow on the eyo with ¿hereupon very severe Tho bled profusely. his fist, his faco open. wound cutting A cry was raised for the and constable Richard police, Henry Oliver came four men running up-saw away, and case Arrested one of them, the Tho for the prisoner. wes sustained proecoutioa by tho evidence of tho policeand of Mary Wilton. of Winter, of Rogers, Thoro man, was some evidence to shew that Summers wore a brass when ho etruok it was ring Winter, which, presumed, This increased the severity of tho blow. ring was greatly ttf terwardB found in his pocket. For the defence, a witness was c\lled named Robinson, struck a dealer, who swore that Winter Summors positively was fh-Bt. His attention first attracted tho by hearing woman scream. Wben he went her and young up to asked her what was tho matter, sho answered nothing. were Three or four men ata littlo standing talking together distance. Another witness namod John Murphy orrobo Robinson's version affair. Summers rated of the whole did not strike Winter until Winter had knocked Summors a shutter. Then it was that Summors knocked up against "Winters down. Neither he nor Winter had molested the

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Leslie Abbott was for that ho, at Sydney, on the charged 20lh of Fobruary did feloniously last, steal from tho per Eon of Michael Voal, one pair of boots and tho sum of five shillings, tho property of tho said Michael Voal. The who pleaded guilty, undefended. Mr. prisoner, was Foster conducted the caso for tho Crown, The facts of this case were as follows Michael a Veal, man out a labouring residing in Sussos-streot, wont on Saturday night, after his weok's work, and drank soveral in company with the prisoner. Ho carno homo late, glasses the woree for liquor, and lay down to sleep in tho verandah of the house. Veal's wifo saw him or sitting lying there, and saw the trisoner and another take off nor hua man fcand's coat and boots. On the next morning as Abbott in tho same house (who lodged Teal and his Veal back his boots. wife) gavo He said that if ho had known it was his mate ho (Voal) " would not have meddled with him "-that is have robbed uni." The prisoner said that he could not give him back iho monoy, and loft Veal to infer that it was spent. Tho prisoner made no address to the jury, but previously exhibited much skill in tho cross-examination practised of iho witnesses him. against His Honor summed up. after somo and on their Jl'ho jury, deliberation, retired, in Court returned a vordiot of guilty. re-appearance a Constable the prisoner bad Mulquceney gavo vorjr the habitual associate as of burglars, character, thieves, and prostitutes. No previous conviotions were known to have been recorded him. against was that ho bo imprisoned Tho Ecntcnco of the Court in calendar months, Darlinghurst gaol for twelve

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BY tho way of Panama, South American datos to the 9th of December from and Lima to the 21st, have Ye'puraieo, been received. CHILE. has the followValparaiso correspondence, 9th December, old saying of misfortunes seldom ing:-The coming alone, has unhappily been most verified. there was amply First, the great on tho 17th ultimo, at the capital confiogration succeeded afterwards one of simi'ar shortly by magnitude on in this and the 5th instant, at about half-past 10 city, sounded ia our beautiful of alarm was p.m., the tocsin again On this occasion the beautiful of the capitel. building a Hotel became Eiglish prey to tho devouring, element, no efforts fi-omon although wero spared by the indefatigable to stay the courso of the flames. The wareneighbouring house's were, not exactly burned although down, yet very much injured. Tho abovo the property of Don building, Manuel was but the elegant furniBalmaced, uninsured, ture and etock wes insured, it is stated, for 15,000 dollars-a below ita value. was Bum considerably Scarcely, howevor, sorrowful a the fire got under to relate, somewhat, when, broke out in another direction, and the confiogration and publishing offico of £1 Ferrocarril was dis printing which was soon besidos covered lo be in flames, dostroyod, various viz. : The houso of Señora adjacent buildings, insured for Senor uninConcha, 12,000 dollars; Matta, whioh is next tho tho Ecclesiastics' to sured, and Court, office of El Ferrocarril. Part of the archivos wero saved. The proprietor of the panting office is stated to losa about 8000 dollars. Tho Insurance for 26,000 dollars-insured as losses aro estimated follows:-Union Complies' and Chilena, 24,000 dollars; Imperial London, 40,000 6000 dollars. dollars; London, dollars; America, 20,000 of Some accidents to firemen occurred, but happily no loss life. Later the esme fire broke out in other direcnight almoat exertions but were dint of superhuman tions, by that thoso There Is a strong suspicion speedily got under. and the polico fires have been the work of incendiarism, are and insurance to find this out. The agencies trying total loss sustained by the] two Arcs is computed at 3000

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LANDS, MAITLAND. Mr. DODDS moved as a formal loavo to motion,-"For in a bill bring to enable the trustees of certain Church lands at Maitland to appropriate the income derivable from Iho same for the benefit of tho Presbyterisn congregations of Maitland East and Maitland sud to confer exWest, tended of leasing on tho trustee«, and for other powers purposes." The motion was agreed to. The bi m O M M m m m m

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A furnishes the correspondent, 21st, following A international question arise very serious may possibly between Peru and Great Britain tho unheard of respecting detention of two fine laden with guano-the Star of ships, Brunswick, Captain Wedge, and the Prince Rupert, Scott-owned firm of Moran, Captain by tho large shipping and Co., Liverpool. Galloway The above two vessels have been ready to start ever since the let of Juno last, and are detained CR a charge of being overloaded, and consequently hut seaworthy, the contrary has been doolared although by men-of-war. from British and North American surveyors At first a criminal the Captains charge was entered against thrown of the guano overof having clandestinely some after a woary board, and when this, dragging along of some at last disproved, a civil aotion three months and a half, was was at law entered by the Government upon, and gained tribunals. all the ascending through stages of the different From the Gunape Islands we hear of tho English ship Misella, about to load guano, being totally destroyed by fire on the 11th of December. A most deplorable accident has likewise occurred inasmuch as at theeo Islands, Captain lost hie of the British barque George Peaboiy, Churchill, on a life shooting excursion to some of the northern group, off of his gun when in the very act ty the accidental going the blowing out of hie of stepping out of his boat, causing the sea, from and his body falling backward into brrins, wbenco it has not been recovered. The proper inquest was duly he Id. The Georgo Peabody in tho me ?nwhilo remains until in charge of the first officer, Mr. the Consul Williams, authorities shall have appointed her a new captain. fine the Hendrick Fish (North American), Another vessel, lost. Sho was destroyed by fire in Callao Bay, on Saturday had only arrived with a cargo two or three days previously Ht-r owners known Boston firm of of coal. are the well Fii-.h and Co. Lima of December 13th correspondence says:-The ia Nyack has gone, it ¡B said, to the GaUapagos Islands, in the name of order to take formal possession of the same tho States Government. This wants, United however, to some confirmation. Tbo GaUapagos Group belonging sterile commercial value, Ecuador, and of no although Canal project might, however, in the event of the Davien a bo highly available for sort of being curried through, bo supposed that the naval and it can scarcely station, to Ecuadorian Government will bo allowed give them up. to the coast The» great railway from Arequipa is rapidly proand bo to be finished in gressing, may expected

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William Bode, of 669, George-street, tobacconist. Sydney, Debts duo on or otherwiBO £53. Debts mortgago, secured, dno £áü Ils. 4d. Total unsecured, dobts, £89 11s. 4d. Afsots, £31 3s. 4d. Deficiency, £68 8s. Value of under property £13 16s. 4d. Amount mortgago, of Buch or £63. Total mortgages charges, amount of unsecured debts, £75 15s. Estimated nmount of assots a\ailablo for unBecured £17 17B. 4d. Tho state creditors, mont on or required by tho rulo' 20 in insolvency to bo filed before tho 19th of April instant. John Piper Maokenzio, cffioial nesignoo. William of Cook's Lock, Rivet, noor 'bus Sydney, driver. Debts duo on mortgago, Debts duo &c, £30. (unsecured), £399 6s. Id. total £429 6s. Id. debts, £368 8s. Id. Valuo of proAssets, £6118s. Defioienoy, under i or perty £30. Amount of such mortgago mortgapo, chargée, £100. Total amount of unrosorved debts, £399 6s. Id, Estimated of astete availablo for amount unsecured £31. Tho statement creditors, roquirod by the on rulo 20 in insolvency to bo filed or boforo tho 10th of instant. Robert Hamilton offioial April Sompill, assignee. Chorlos Huddy, of Singleton, carrlor. Dobtsdua-unoo £45 17e. 7d, £10 15s. oured, Assets, Doficioncy, £35 2s. 7d. Tho statemont required by the rulo 20 in insol on or to bo filed before tho 19th of April instant \onoy Frederick Thomas Humphory, offioial assignee. Joseph Eflland, of Kent-street, Sydney, jMirnoyman baker. Debte £35 As-ots, £3. duo-unaocurod, 17s. £32 17s. The statement Deficiency, required by the rule 20 m insolíoncy to bo filed or on boforo tho 19th of April instant. John Piper Mackenzie, official osBigaeo.

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The population LeonaidB,865; Willoughby, of Sjdney was 71,286, and of the suburbs not incorporated and Bub11,952, moking the total of tho city population extoneled to Broken urba 127,123 ; that inquiry Bay on tho to River on the as south, and westward north, Georgo's constable far as Haelem's Creek ; thero was one at Lane and one at Manly Beach ; the Cove two at St. Leonards, as a but merely as a at Ryde was not used gaol, loek-up of offendors place for the confinement trial ho awaiting ; it for the Bench to sentenco thought injudicious prisoners instead of Bonding them on to Sydney to bo confined there, stationed constable at Ryde would not leave gaol ; tho a the lockup if there wero any case in which_ important but if other duties called him was awaiting trial, prieoner be able to get assistance from Parramatta. away he would : Feed was By Mr. SPRING very high in the neighbourhood of Bourke, and he had had the grass cut for hoy end in that way Ead reduced wbcnitwaB practicable, the cost ; the for horses dnring 1869 was average price paid for the last five £13, the overage years being £15 or £16 he was not awrre that the police had been buying their own and he thought it Bhould do BO horses, very improper they when were with a torso they provided at the Government was to the rules and expenso; contrary highly ¡¡it £25 would «ot keep a horse at Bourke, objectionable; but in favourable aeasi ns a horse be kept at the stations might at Bathurst on the Hunter for £10 a year also forage was rnd tho contractor had once or ho dear, given up twice ; had that tho floods no doubt on the Hunter, would make fodder and the contractors would dear, very likely givo up under the preBent regulations the men their own brought districts howes ; and in different and for different description of horses they paid the Government from £6 to £10. Mr. WILSON By According to the population of Victoria, the in police that wore country Btrongor than in New South Wates the population of Melbourne was not much moro than that of Sydney, but the po)!ce double. In 1868, the metropolitan protection was polico was one to 300 per head of the population average ia ; the proportion was ono in 440 ; in Manchester, Liverpool, one in 632 ; in Bristol, one in 540 ; Newcastle, one in 794 ; Hull, one in 692. The average number of polico in all the and countries was one in 894 of the popuEnglish towns lation. The area of England was 60,000 square miles, whilo that of this was colony 317,000 square and miles, orr wero one in 600 of the population polico the police of Washington, in America, one in 1000 of the averaged but the expense of their 12s. a inhabitants, police was head of the inhabitants, whilst tho expense of tho Sydney wai 3s. polico per head of the population. He did not think that a By Mr, LEARY senior would bo sufficient at Newcastle sergeant instead of a sub. the sub-in»pcctors were to communiinspector ; necessary cate with the and at Newcastle Bench, the sub-inspector was necessary because ot the land and water police thoro ; v>hen the police wero reduced in any place, the inhabitants but it bad not been usually complained, found that the public peace had been endangered by euch reductions. Ho thought By Mr. LORD that it was necessaiy that a should be stationed at Danderoo, policeman on the Bogan, and the reason that a man had not been sent was because there WOB no man who could bo sent. By Mr. SPRING He did not tb'nk that a picked body or of police would that to answer, it would bo right keep in Sydney idle while thoso police hard at work in the interior were less such a body receiving pay; would fail for want of local all tho adventages knowledfo ; which might be expected from such a force were now gained by police a shifting one man into district whero crime it if prevailed were the fact that he had a better knowlodgo of the locality than the policeman already stationed there. By Mr. PHELPS: Howes down at Adelaide in 1808, and came up the Darling ; in reference to tho distriot in the of tho South Australian vicinity he considered border, the number of police there very insufficient, owing to the largo to bo area of country covered, and on his return to Sydney ho formed two etations in the locality ; there was at that time enly cne man whero thero should have boen three ; ho a contemplated making Wentworth Court of Quarter Sesand had sent in a report sions, that such a recommending should bo Btep taken ; he had heard through the police of robberies frequent of shepherds' huts in that district, and he had oleo been informed that the locality was mado a refuçe for all tho ruffians who wero to obligecl leave the four and in order to colonies, put it down New South Wales must act in concert with South Australia, and with that end in view he had placed himself in communication with Iho head of the Police Department in Suuth Australia. The best way to put down the existing state of things would be to station men on the South Australian boundary, to act in toncert with tho police of that colony unt'l the broken up ; increased gangs were was protection required ho was aware of the great distance between Wentworth and Deniliquin, and Wilcannia and Wentworth, and the and expenso difiiculty of ono convoying prisoners from place to another. After a answering Mr. question put by was JENNINGS, »hieb, inaudible, tho Inspector-General ii'tv

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The police forco in Sydney sometimes each 14 hours out ot tho 24, though tho usual beat for man on on the men was hours a day; emergency eight suburbs had to double work ; in certain of the portions waB and the inhabitants had police protection very scarce, tho subject. sent n many to tho department on complaints Ho had no doubt thero were too By Mr. SPRING public-houses in every district the many throughout but ho did not think that a reduotion in the numbor colony, of public-houees would effect a corresponding reduction in had polico expenditure; he did cot thins that cattle stealing decreased tho colony, but thoro was a decrease throughout in crimes of a moro serious character tho Bellinger River ; which was 76 miles from any polico stationconaway tained 300 selectors, and he did not think the request for thero WBB polico protection very unreasonable, in the By Mr. NOWLAN He had been evhtoen years tor Felice both in New South Wales and Vio department, ia; it to employ the reserve as their WBB intended constabulary services wero and if thoy wero for a week required, required a at be employed not bo Btretch, they would ; they would months without in Bpocial engaged for six couBecutivo stiuctiocs from the department Bevon reserve mon might be equal one constable at somo to ordinary places, hay maize could be could be got at £5 per ton, and at Monaro nt 5s. p:r bUBhel ; in some districts maize could purchased £30 por be obtained at 3s. per bushol it would cost a man ; annum to keep his horse, and ho thought that searching a for forago would interfere with a constable's conduty of forage, which stable amount might lay in a certain a would be to him if ho to bo toss happened ordered another station in reference suddenly to ; to the establishment of a police station at tho Myall River ; he did not question that police wero thoro on acrequired aware that count of the number of public-houses he waa ; several had been »ent in from Rivor asking petitiens Myall and a from the inspector stated for police protection, report the that was he had to perform police protection neeespt.y duties of clerk of petty sessions tho same as other many a of these duties considerable portion ctnstablcs; occupied their time most of them wore for every constable efficient, was bound to know of the law ; they might bo something as to but it capable of advising magùtrates particular acts, ask them in Buch would not be advisable to evident that wero cases it was very gentlemen ap; to the commission ef the peace who had not much pointed of tho law ; an ordinary could freknowledge policoman the set them all ho could not say whothor quently right ; of policemen as clerkB of potty seBsions had appointment comBatisfaction it would not be his place to receive given ; on the tho now no plaints Bubjeot ; under regulations^ hod been made in the rates of pay to the police; alteration it would be worth whether new men could not bo got trying less to their for than 6s. a day till they got accustomed dulieB ; he would rather reduce" the price than take the men did think a constablo was reserve ho not thoroughly ; months for the first twelve ho supposed up to his duties to his it would tako seven a reservo constable years to train dutioB the first he could undertako some duties; a he was such as of day appointed, taking charge &o. ; aroservo prisoner, escorting him, keopin g order in court, several constable be of esi a hunmight capable orting prisoner dred miles ; it would knowledge; depend on his previous onsible it the escort of prisoners was a very resr duty a to bo more difficult to hold than to ought'not prisoner catch him ; he did not think there had been six escapas the last six men over whom during years ; they required hold take of prisoners it was they had some to charge ; desirable that the officsrB should havo some certainly of the men under their it would reknowledge control; the reserve quire considerable time before thoy coulä trust men he thought the system would not work at all. It might be neceesary to send By Mr. FITZPATRICK the whole constables of the at place on escort any if under these it would duty ; BO, regulations, be the idea to supply their the reserve ho did plans from that cot thick it would bo better to send reserve men on could not he trusted ; he did not think that men duly-they bo 1 on because caBually could trusti escort duty, employed the sergeant in charge could not bo constantly the watching prisoners. Mr. WILSON but none of them asked several questions, wero audible in the gallery. Ho did not know of any place By Mr. ROBERTSON a and where there was court of petty sessions no local there was a court at Cacnonbar, and a police magistrates he could courts wore held not say how many magistrate ; few ; in the course of the there wero year ; very this was of the courts from the police one .which magiswas of polico, had trate withdrawn Mr. Norton, an officer ; been ordered to attend there when ho could spare time ; ho as a rnd quite as was of great ability, competent gentleman a the late he thought once month was police magistrate ; ho thought Mr. Norton quite often enough for a silting ; as would writo the dépositions he was very oxpert ; himself, sometimes wrote the depositions magistrates themselves, when there waB clerk of petty sessions ; he thought one no of tho great of the Bchemo was that persons advantages would be for of the paid taking charge recotds it understood that the constable ; was a in charge of station should tako care of Goa vernment he was aware that olerk of property ; Uralla sessions was attending petty paid £76 a year for he presumed that the constable in charge occasionally ; would be responsible for tho records ; the constables' wives bad always been for taking care of the court-houBes paid and keeping them clean, and they would Bee that nothing was a place called Numba on the with ; thero was tampered estate of Alexander he had heard that a clerk of Berry received £20 a-year for the court petty sessions attending there for two or ceased bu three after the court to years held ; ho paid that clerk tho allowance ho had not heard ; the result of that clerk's called to conbeing account; stables of potty had iho duiioB of clerks performed Be3Bions in becarse were directed many places, they to make themBelves useful generally ; thoy wero not for those duties ho thought that paid performing ; even now tho payment was not sufficient for the responsibility entailed the by the care of recordB ; he thought a increaso of places for the holding of petty sessions decided improvement ; it was better that a man Bhould be his paid for all duties which were foreign to legitimate and a small sum was better than because work, nothing, demand for it ; ho did not think it they could something a necessiiy to havo olerk of petty BessionB in every case, a to but of the duties of such clerk not many ought fall on a constablo. he did think For instance, not that the constable should tako down prosecuticir. ho had seen depositions ; correepondenco signe d by con E ableB on behalf it was of the Bench placing them in a false one of the duties of constables WOB to make position out lists jury ho could not say, without ; going through the list, whether there wero tho jury lists places where were collected whero the constables were clerks of potty sessions ; he did not of the constables say that tho duties were calculated to do any damage to the administration of the constables instructed attend justice were to to polico duties as such the. of offenders primarily, capture nnd the escort of but prisoners, they might be to tempted to the and prefer lighter duties, attend at the court in preference there woro fifty three places constable at which acted aB cleiks of potty sessiccs Eince the Executive minute of the 30th June ; hi that there wero few caaes in which a court would thought be held offener a than once month whero constables wero as clerks of petty sessions ; Adelong, employed Binalong, and there might be other places whero courts would be held offener than once a month, and some of theso tho sittings would attend and take down police magistrate tho deposi-

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position comply with, instance, and the Myall Warren, the Bellinger liver, river, the Myall rivor for police residents on applied protection a of rather because tbero wero rough charao large numbor numbor of pubhe located in the diBtrior, and a largo tcrs distant from miles houBea they Baid they wero twenty-five to preserve ordor , police nnd found it difficult any police, to the Myall River a hoB since been extended protection a court-house had been formed built, and one station there, was in constable stationed there the plan which operation of the last OB a whole worked well for the preservation j ear ho was aware of the of the people peate and the protection a of the features of the proposed ho had minute chanco, Execfive Counoil, date June 30th, embodying the particuwere lars of the proposed thOBe changes being change earned out, he did not consider it any improvement on the features of the proposed alteraold tne of the main plun constables tion consisted of the services of 147 ordinary places supplied by reserved bung dispensed with, and their to be calle 1 upon to these reserved constableawere constables, doubted whether tha act when required ho very much reserved constables would ar.angemtnt with regard to the of the police bo found to work tho officers satisfactorily , to use m instructed all the moans their deportment wero to obtain of men who were to act the services willing power that na reserved tho result of their efforts was constables, were received from different about ports fifty applications thoso of the colony were accompantcd by the applications of the districts whence of tho cfficeis they came , reports out found to bo of the nurtiber about seven or eight wore tho reasons which rendered tho others eligible ineligible wero various some wero some were publicara, employed ne some were too old, others lived too far ponndketpere, station for their services to bo mado away from ony police available coses of as ho understood the in emergency when there minute, these reserve men wore to be employed was such as the escort of a put-oner, or other extra duty, duties character as a of a similar , looking at the question it to eil he thought whole, and applying partB of the colony, that a policeman's and when once a man duly was a trade, a was as constable he ought to give his whole employed time to it, would not do to place in the possession of it men who were employed as only occasionally policemen facts and confidences that were known to the regular a whole, that confidence could ho did not think, as polico, bo placed in such a corps, the regular and the emergency men work harmoniously but he thought might together, it would bo improbable, ho the men thought permanent would look upon the others as and jealoufiea interlopers, would be very likely to spiing up between the two corps, he did not think the change would at all improve the of the force, it would tend to economy efficiency certainly the expendiin the police but in his opinion expenditure, ture would bo reduced at the of expense of the efficiency the service, another feature of the now plan was that mounted constables wero to their own provide horse?, and receive an allowance of £25 he per annum, did not think that would in some .bo practicable districts, an efficient man if he were sent to a might be punished remote the greater where, perhaps, part part of the colony, in of his salary would havo to be expenáod keeping hia in some districts a man horse, might keep his horse ónices than his allowance, it might induce men to take a pride m letter ho did not think that the men having horses, but on the whole, bo better would, mounted, tho force now Jess than consisted of 05 men the number for on provided a tho Estimates of last total of 001 inclusive year-leaving of all rankB, the reduction had taken place ia othor ranks b aides constables, there had been a reduction of eleven mon m the and senior-constables, there wero sergeants not about 605 constables, no progreBB had been made towards the eBtablisdment of the reserve he did not constabulary, think was that the men would it likely be did not think obtained, he the force had been its in to extent since impaired efficiency any great the charges had taken place because the new regulations had not been carried out to any great extent, ho thought more men than wero now were employed indispensably he thought n cecsary, the proposed chango, if carried would work he thought it was imout, prejudicially, to cairy eut, practicable it several There were By Mr. ROBER1SON places in the colony where there stations ought to bo formed, were more police stations now than there wero beforo the he ehonld six had been formed since change, say that the change, there were also whero Courts moro places of Petty Sessions were than thero were before the hold, there wero more change places whero police magistrates were culled upon to preside at Petly ho should Sessions, these new arrangements would Eay abont twenty, bring about a reduction in the cost of the department of about to the a £23,006, w cording printed portion of estimate, mero that waa a the transfer of the transfer, llocos for medical and attendance, fencing, would reduco the sum. [Minute of the Executive Council handed to witness He saw was the amount ] £36,000 the items ho had mentioned put down, as having been transferred would reduce that amount he by £1400, set aown as did not think the ameunt the proceeds of the Eale of horsjs would be realised, the horBOB generally» he should into eay, might bo divided thoso no servicelonger able and surplus in of the horses, they had not yet returns salo cf of Ihe horses had fetched horses, some high others had sold for a mere as prices far as he htd trifle, taken the average, he thought they had Bold for about £11, but he did not think the average for all that wero to be sold would run more than £6, he did not think more than £30C0 would bo realiEed for the sale of horses, that would reduce the down to amount on the minute about £30 000, there had been about fifty applications from to obtein persons wishing employment as reset ve constables, were eight but apparently eligible, it was not thought desirable to start with such a Bmall number, in fact, it waB not altogether to empracticable had two ploy them, if they men at n station, only it to remove would be awkward one of them and put a reserve mon in as bis place, far na his memory served Mr. him, did not recommend from the Bathuist Ljdioid any persons district as suitable for the reserve a man police, was re nded at Memwa there wero commi two constables there, but difficulties to make a change at that place, interposed ono of the constables who would have had to be removed acted IIB clerk of and it would patty sessions, not have dene to bave removed him, the other constable in was the country charge, and Inew well, and it would not havo done to have removed Mr. him, he Bald, in answer to that he did not think the now Parkes, could be regulations BO carried out satisfactorily, far as he was concerned, and so far as he knew, there had been overy desire on the part of the officers of the police to carry department out the cbangeB, m fact, the Inspector-General's instructions were that orders must be obeyed he did not see that the non of the eight eligible employment men would prevent others he did not think it would bo generally applying , known that they had not been employed, tho applications wero to the and instructions OB reported Government, requested to whether those eight men were to be employed bat no waa that was the reason reply received, the men wero not he did employed, not think the allowance for forago in a would be sufiiuient great districts-in tho many Maneroo for as as district, much £30 per ton instance, been had for since he in paid hay had been the of Sydney pneo varied forage very much smco the ever free-selectors had gone on the land, in purchasing forage the price varied considerablv , forage WOB about £5 per ton now the department had "very few the colony, and the good i eddocks m sum on the Estimates for fencing would only be sufficient to fence five paddocks gcod graES was in the paddocks, required and in Eome thero was paddocks not sufficient grass to make it worth while to fence it in m for Yass, the inetanco, fenced in consisted ground of rock, mainly he could not tell how mony contingencies would be likely to arise to inthe expenditure crease for until forage the money voted bad been spent, with horses squatters' the feed was not because expensive, ono after ridden horse, being Boventy miles would bo turned out into a paddock for perhaps a week, and did not therefore so much require attention as horees , when the polico police were in bush engaged duty a did not take Btable-fel lhoy and horse, in eseort woik the ho«eB had to be fed overnigh1-, aid in Euch cases the police carried forage with them, and mado oriangemt-nts such as would bo most economicil f r the occasion At Tort Bourke a stack of hay, which would last thrto had been put up. years, That hay was not intended as tor tho ordmaty police foioge but for horses, tnecners' horees Thero were means for purchasing forage at Port Eourko at lesa than £12 per ton, at certain tensi ne Ihree or four jearB ago the priLe waa very hi»h. At Bathurst, the price of forage would to much amouit more than the amount allowed per annum to the police, nnd at Dubbo, also, the price was high, lhere waa a police at a paddock Bathurst, about mile from tho polico stall on , but it waB very inconveniently to the Und eituated, owing in its, immediate vicinity being sold, and when a man was wanted en a urgent torso business, could not lo nadily cbtumed from the piddock, but wiuld havo to bo tuken from the polico howes stable, which were not renuired wero tinned out into the padfor certain dock, while those required special purposes were stabled tho hors s in the paddock , rccoived a f ed occaho did a sionally , not think £25 year a sufficient allowance BB for forage, a constable had to ndo his horse almost conhorses for stantly the prison drawing vans and polico bo fed in a paddock tropa could not In reference to the of the erdinaiy no)king constabulary he had conjointly, Btated previously that thero was a of jealousy probability the men, arming among which might have the effeot of the force rendering a inefficient, it was oommon very for jealousy thing to anso between ono officer and another, or ono constablo or which could in another, not result an in tho Eervice, improvement he was aware that in England the Esme as system that now under discus»ion was and that it had been working, the practice to supplement the ordinary from a reserve constabulary forco ; but in Bime of the parishes there wero frequently no regular ot all, and police in other places tho constables parish existed where there was a Bmall regular force. 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Ho would rather not answer By Mr ROBERTSON m *eix the whother two visits years question and he the horses wero Brffleient, bought when the ihem tco, Inspeotor inspected como moro then 60 or 60 General up he did not inspect of tho others were sent up of the horses A great many and a great from to the distriot Sydney before ho went 'chased more than 150 were wero by witness, many pt worn but there before ne an ived, these were nearly out, of keeping whether the cost BiiH did very long journeys or on the pries them was £25 a year depended forago, hay hoad his was £18 or £20 a the of sometimes ton, it could answer the whether question department that would bo safer for the publio service, seeing tho buyer that some one from Sydney should witness was would be a safeguard the herses, it verly likey , inspect mado for thero might have been a provision sending an officer horses which were to inspect purchased by the conthe district ha9 to stables the officer of inspect. [Minute , "The officer in handed to witness The minute ] reade, of each district will be responsible that snoh charge for the work ond horses are in eveiy way suitable required, " will be kept head quarters, frequent nspection up from head quarters of the district, there he took that to mean ot sub districts whose were tun ia inspectors chorge duties ho would bo to thought inspect horses, what the intention of tho ho did not ruow meen of minute but he took it to head-quartetB was, the district, it was a fact at the present time conthat, them stables were nding horses which they had purchased came it was so at t mea before the now eelves, regulations last he did not into operation, year (1869) buy any broke he knew remomts until tho drought up, sf a fee mob of horses and he waited to from purchase to the constables ho gave permission however to buy them, his inspection, to horses subject to approval on previous ti as it far hiB own knowl was not a that, dge extend j, common for constables to tide horses practice themselves he had never which had purchased, they in borrowed the police the Bathurst disany horses from in he never had any horseB the Bathurst district trict , the officers of the except those in the Government service, are have horses of their the sub-mspeotors police own, for na m have houes of their horses, they did sot own to Government exhis knowledge-they them at the keep and ride them on Government wero pense, duly, they gocd horses. The number of men m his district By Mr WILSON has this year been reduced by eighteen he did not consider , his force he bad sufficienly strong, only on got one man stations where he ought to havo two permanent men, many the new scheme in tho Western of which police district, he able wes Mewed with wes to Bpeak, not only he favour the did not think hy people genorally, it WBB to work it, but it could not bo imponible with the as worked e'me efficiency the former it wero to get one men to work plan, supposing possible in would not havo suflioient day seven, the other constables confidence in them them into their to let secrets, he did for a po'iceman to be not think it would bo advisable away sit a from his associates days out of soven, great proportion of his men had bought the average in horses, price Ina diBfiict was £8 10s., wero obliged t) bins they provide for their own had not found som, they my jealousy between the men in this but he thought waa it respect yet,

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a small allowance to multo Colonial"Secretary oflnTiato to amounting in nonio catos £10, «nd in others not moro of depmbou objected as a rule to tho taking cleihaof petty butin tho absence of constables, by police enough to competent su tiona many membi rs of the force were withho ho had been communicating take down evidence; to tho fees ot and also m reference Government on Iho subject, of to the appointment ho offered Court7 lilT only objection that^t semetimee placed them was, police tüe to themselves whero ttenincaBCB ng ppiico interest Vended heTCoiut they could take deposition,, constantly were and7great many of them as thoso persons who ß<*<*tt"y and as competent had over reached him about the ap positionB ; no complaint ho haseen thesoVen, although fo ntmeniof boB of J/otty on In refcrenco to tho holding tho Eubicct. would depend upon sessions of ho Ad the holding riens, inif£o district. was appointed a Police Magistrato whether o and al.o magistrate, police For instance, in Young lhere wai who would always attend tho of goldfields, o conTmie"ioncr of Tumut the ofiiro Magistrate whileat sessionT Police of Petty fcessions A Coutt altogether. had been abdished Magiscould not bo bold every day, u the Police at Tnmut miles distant, had to which is thirty of Gundagai, trate ho had attended the Ho could'not say how oiten attend. The Court of recont Court since the changes. Tumu could bo held ovory day when there WM a Sessions Pctlv now if the unpaid and it could bo done magistrate, poid to do. but this would they have declined sit, BBgistratcs of Petty Sessions at Young uBed to bo hold Tbo Court whether it wes ho could not «very day, but say Polico bo so. The Magis now. It rright so from Grenfell whero bad been *vkcn away trato It was held ovory day bowas about 3000. the population whothor tho was made HowoBnot awaro foro n chango at Bathurst still ex'->icd. The polico magistrate practico to and attend, namoly Rockley had two other piares thoso bo impossible for him to attend Oberon, end it would Tho population and Bathurst on tho Bame day. two places 9000. When it beceme about 8000 or of Bathurst WOB eid to attend Rockloy magistrato neccBEOiy for tho polico could not do it in loss thru two days, Oberon, ho certainly end whon Court bus'ioBB even when thora was no businoss, It ho would be absent threo days. had to bo transacted to to on the bo posEiblo Rockley might go from Bathurst not could bo back but the Eome day, magistrato could attend to Oberon. Ho in timo to go a month. Ho could attend ench district onco or days in the year. once eight days, eighty-four every with tho of years ho nad been connected From the number in tak'ig ho had a good deal of experience department a great deal of Bkill to end thought it required depositions, Ho bad not mot voiy many ioko down depoBitionB legibly. considewithout who could take dépositions down correctly as a aro not comrable practice. Policemen, general ide, with some of thom to take depositions, although petent attention would ber-omo competent clerks. r-id practico in timo. Sorno of them become competent might very í.-ainod If tho work wovld bo as well dono as by a properly tho would be advisable. Cleik of Petty Session chango sometimes admissible in ovidonce As depositions were they ought to bo token with great accuracy. There wore a great magisBv Mr. HOSKINS many moro than a dozen trates in and about Bathurst, residing of justice in Buch a there would bo no danger of a lapso in consequence of tho absence of tho Polioo nlflce as Bathurst and force in Sydney was efficient the polico Magistrate ; to re well organised it waa not proposed by tho Bohemo ; duco the number of defectivo polico ho did not know that Mr. of tho Railway Depart Ashdown, late accountant the colony without tho cognisance had escaped from ment, he had escaped ; ho was cf the polico he did not beliovo after under the eurvoillanco of the polico being him admitted bail tho detcclivo saw to polic3 as tim Court to answer to going they thought him 'u his bail ho objected to say how far they followod ; of tho Court tho polioo had not complained the direction used wero unfit for tho duty ho had that the horses now for additional had no such complaints; applications mado to the sccrotoi and ho could police were generally j, had boon mado »ot say at what time any Buch applications from the whole of the applications wera judging momory, o made before the chango numbor of thom wero made before Mr. Robertson left office about BÍX officers ; police was since the r organisation had resigned their situations made ; they got no and wero not entitled to compensation, because of the arrangeany ; thoy went they disipprovcd ment wero busidoB several special pnrties employed ; Carroll's when thoy wero he objected and said ; omployed, would succeed ; the objootion was an oral one ; they never ne had never made written at any objection any time ; during the last few monthB there had been an unusual absenco of serious clime in the colony ; there were now in the polico 701 mon of all gfados ; if tho operforco of the police ations force wero extended the numbor must be increased the watchmen should not bo removed from tho tower because the enomy was not in viow ; ho had would not bo never for on increase of the forco it applied ; fair to the men to go on with the present number-their health was from the excessive ho could suffering duly not givo tbo number in Sydney and the by which the force suburbs had been reduced, but no vacancy had been d'led so was and there a decrease in the number np, gradual if an increaeo sanctioned were not by Parliament he would have no in casa of objection, emergency, were to call in the services of the reserve if the men forco, There was one superintendent at Maitland, forthcoming. at and one at Tamworth, one at one Braidwood, Goulburn, ene at Bathurst. The other districts wero under inspectors. The rule that police officers in charge of stations should receive instructions was still adhered from the inspectors to except in caBes of emergency. The duties of the superintendent at Bathurst extended from to the Hartley Tho duties Goulburn Warrego. of the inspector at to extended from tho Abercrombie Young, down to end over all tho Yass, intervening country. Thoso of the from inspector at Tamworth, tho Moonbies downward to the Peel River, to the and on te Those Namoi, Wrl^ett. of the at from tho Sassafras inspector Braidwood, Ranges above Illawarra, down to the southorn boundary of tho colony some acdistricts wero than others on larger or count of tho line of couniry and the existence otherwise of tt-lfgraphic communication thoEe ; superintendente who had larger districts hrd mero officers undor (hem. By Mr. ROBERTSON: (Thoexam'uationwasforashort timo quite inaudible in the gallery). Ii he went to Rockof tho Court occupied moro ley pnd the duties than ono day he must bo absent three days at least was his impression that it was nearer miles than ho had forty twenty ; travelled tho road within tho last few months the mado by tho lato Colonial arrangements Secretary was to make officers Clerks of Potty Sessions. If ho police had said he bolioved ho meant that such was the) arso, He believed a salary to be rangement. was to them paid down itiwas on the estimates of the department. They was no were not paid because there for paying authority them (Looks at the paper). Tho paper marked A showed the number of Clerks of Petty and the changes Sessions, with regard to them if the Estimates wero passed there would »e no about the Clerks of question the payment ; Sessions had allowances Petty who for performing provided these dutioB had not received the money ; he had instructions that the to the persons from payment going to Uralla at a should ceaso certain dato. 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Jerrina

goods,

I5dwts platip, huts and boots, tobacco.

Co, Co.

3 caics resin, as.CE, 5 bosco brooms, F. Maonab aad Co. S Gardiner

barrels CUSCB

VV.

nnd

Brothers Bunk

Commercial gold, 2. tubes, A. S N". Co. di uptry. U liruun und Suns Culbghan Jacobs

8

topi-, Co.

28 3

Parbury

and

cases

Co. 1

mital,

sewing

caso

Dlsson

5 packages ironmongery, IO ptickugesdrnptry, D.

and

Jones

and

It, Carter drapery, "0 bugs malt, Fitzgerald 12 oz 5 ilwls, gold A. J. S. Bank 2 packages Vf. H. Piuiiifon woollu-.s, ?12 cusrp D.ircEc oil. SO hoses tobacco, 150 bag« collée, F. G. Lender and Co.

IBv

ELKCTBIO

Mitohell

and

Prendergast

OLD

and

Montefiore

5.-City

of

Hobart

BAY.

Summer

Cloud,

from

Sydney

to

Hobart

MELBOURNE. A mm

April

4

-

from

AI

s

Newcastle;

Maldon

Lewis,

Wjiiyaid. April

O

Peake,

H.

-George

DI

April

4.-Tarama

SYUKËY liMr.

6 30

Í

a.m.

Koon. S p.m.

I I

1

NE. N.B. N'.E,

to

further what

time

good

printed,

from

nxnvsiu.

I

I

1

Light,

and

Ditto,

und

Ditto,

«nd

luiuing, cloudy, ditto,

by

q

reddon

»n

the

police

said

it

is

of

forfeiture.

the cast

If|

has

State

the

respon-

sub-

is

:

other "After the pasting ot thi3 no new license Act, shall be than renewals of now licenses existing for any granted for the municipality of Sydney, nor the number municipality adjoining in which thereto, of licenses is more than of OM in the proportion license to each 120 ratepayers on the litest legally nor certified list of ratepajerB tor such munictpalit}, one »hall of licenie be permitted fra m anj removal htoh there evistiag to in w is mumcip tlitj any other cf one license to 120 rate1 more than the proporiion not the list aforesaid. pavers on as Any municipality under iw included in clause JNo. 1 may be brought

by proclamation operation made upon application council thereof mui.icipal 'ihe list ratepayers' once if the number

and

wasted the evithe vote

ea-peud^ure,

dealing

men. upon private of Mr. STJTHEELV.ND proposal in the following terms

ïhe mitted

so

upon cants

an

prevent uncertain

havo

uy

the

li

overnor

would

thus

were permitted entering any one

gone

tit

show

»'

reached, the

Many

calculation. into

uouncu,

in

that by purpose Secretary to the Colonial for

trad9

apph'

such expenses^ be there might

tliati

in &t whatever repugnance m minds of the magistrates to an increase to refuse the number, it seemed ungenerous them a license. This has led to the custom license the of a of transfer allowing When, from one another. district to or business any from the failure of shut up, other a house has been cause,

it

seemed

could un,d,er

to

tho

victualler

|

;t

has The penalty.

sibility

Cow TER, Mr some further remaiks by Mr caid he w as determiued that he would hax e of considering the before opi ortunux evidence vo the Estimate mg police Mr 1 oiibïEii added did not think that the evidence CB »ti ii to the on the table of the House At 0 papers the same time, ti some had ough he had throughout demote t.s to the kasibihtv of the scheme he reserve ia

par-

the

there alleged ought to be no in so granting many licenses, made a mistake, it should not

granted After PA! nrs

Baw

the

this

of publicans, but than the trade, lather law would The apply. been cieated and encouraged withdiawal of a license is treated Where there is no offence

that

tiader,

a

be

can

permanence

law.

as

granted Mi Li-oiD blamed the Government for not having vitkko. in the hrst instance to the postpon ment lind done would have sav°d an hour so, the) they and a half, and have gota deal of their estimâtes good

yet,

the

interest

en

J3BAU.S

-".rune.

|

I

Hongkong,

l'AUTUUE, Hokuika,

for

(B,),

for

was

In resemble

let

seveial

thing

same

the

orinion

set.

with

to

is

is

that

see

off.

would

inteifere

Chuiches. The existing have the assurance of the salaries foi life. The diminution of their number will but inevitable, until the last chirge clow, be paid some hence. fifty Clergj"nen, years are are so indeed, pioverbially long lived-and We are not suie that the pensionéis. quite

122,495-should the understanding

Bx AI. did L.ot wnh to 1 ARM.LL eou'd liaidly would bcioie be it, it

by law. would not The idea

die it

point

with the incumbents

vue

en route

(s.J,

is

Mi Mr dence

AuniVAL.

April Town.

ticular

the vote should be post trougH the îetrenchment scheme of the pi ment (irvt-ri be with the evi inie,ht lairlj discussed, dence in the hands of hon members Hit whole Bchei ovas a and member no had mistake, 6ingle railed his its favour Ile would jet voice in not, at all vote for the item of £3822 for tb"rtforr, eventi, l"i7 re (i\t if the Hou3e would constables, as, passed, be virtuell} sai the H" ctiomng propo=ed change moveo the pestronment of the vote Mr BODLITSW» defended scheme of retrenchhis ment and contended that in the department, police thtreMüb for whilst the io necessity postponement, no evidence would smte one witness assistance, give contra licted the o her e ud tre Mr V iLsoN Hoi se would stul lfy itself if it in which included the su n xoied this amoui t, was Ihev asked to di of the r serve cemstubulai} were h s ir oietrto let Mr Rohti fon down with his easj renencl It would never be carried out n ent plan cs t,n had been ¡,ot up onl) electioneering cry, and a 1 td biPU dei oui ceil an from one end of absurdity tho toloiij 10 t) p othe 1 i Di uni hnd al ays had the same opinion, tnat ti it sei tu e of olice reduction w as a sham and the , j cv ion cc 1 e had listci ed to hud onh confirmed him in ti

Montefiore

TFLFonirii.l

NO1

I

machine,

Sor.B

Co.

14 pucl'Bgcs 0 bule? hops,

allied

evil,

to maximum in the proportion the In I1Í9 changes as opinion, will reduce the quantity down

a

future

superabundance

Sir JAMib MARTIN i id n ortler that

packugca earthenware,

cases

n

pro-

open way for any remedial which be recommended might by and common sense. His proposition humanity is to declare that no additional licenses simply should be granted on whatany pretence that ward should be dealt ever; with every the law separatelj', and that should fix for

they transpire to the maximum fixed The plan proposed any vested rights.

'he amount down m the bL given to the trovera on that it should be nitut, in cr if so that no afcd, nrcebbarj injury to the public snxict sluuld lu d ne A postponement of the voto c uld be iullovted by no good result Mi 1 MiKts said a postponement would enableh n ii tn be-rito gather the of the evi effect lence given No ir cenvenKiire could this io mise by postponing e urtil 0 e other Lbtimates had been ed of dispo

5.

10 cutes chairs, liqu ince, 47 touB 4 cwt. salt, pac'c-gei D. Cohen und Co.

5

r

effort,

a

ratepayers.

i

Mr Cn Lstimttet-f

earnest

some

by

ultimately

the

went into Committee of Supply am to the bar ot tile M Lene was called HounS, his ixau lnauou on the recent police changes was co iilu i d Mr of Police Ljeiirrd, Superintendent lor the "Vierten di trict, ard Mr Tobberj, Superintendent nd Secret of Punce, were alao called to the bar IJ ai d e\ mined Mi PARKES suggested that the police rote should be estponid

sum-

Vano

bLing

except incurable.

measure

Cip

races

case«

52

E. Vickery ironmongery,

boiler

under

and

of of

SÜTHEKIANI) has made certain which he thinks would abate the

posals

he House

I

most

Mr.

and

Ki ig smooth

and,

fatal, the

traffic

und Co. Brush

snddlcry, G. Thorne G. Wall I'hou pson S. Webster

grindery,

rz.

Turee with

ENTRIES.-APRIL

Gunlck,

Stewart,

salt,

cuses

the

all

greater

IMPORT

bogs packages packages

oz.

u

most interesting of Wight the 1 ithen than number of steam yachts nni eceu la this jimbour will probvbly be present rtcnis i ian fes ted that a should Le special cup num.') r of to this clnts of yichiH Th steam yachts cíes 1 etta, lo 87 -Sautuha' January 11. fir

a

14 puoKogi-6 dried fruits., 100 casco hundiré, turps, 21 esses drapery ard hats, 00 packages dried fruits,

...

.

Drone

very

cr is ot the forrr have been one ol the the Me wus n und

cmiie

1

,"

Done

Al Run-don

othen

1

j

G. Lorking dropery, T. Cpilotog'ruphic goods, FluvelloBiolhtrn 5 packages oiktorcs. and A. Fail fus peckage drapery, Prince, Ogg, and 12 inn E. Cavanagh tunks, 5 packages tobacco, J. J. Cm ran 4G boiler \\ Grant pluies, 1

Alpaca

frou

1 i

an' u

6how t hcivy -vessel much shipping a heavv but moderate, and showe s of squalls strong

ocsislonul

s

salmon, drapery

packog's package package

,.,

Juanita

pnckngtB

ai

rai

squills p m

G

and

squills the and eather more

yachts io proposed for Conyneham-competcd

year

wine,

400

MILE.

Darkie,

easterly accompanied with Here

galo

to ship going

Eca

wlndB with

»Hong sea a

to

of

woollens,

12 bales

Logan

¿

142 packages 2P0O staveF,

Barbarian

2 0 0

v

terew

îicxt been desire

23 pntagiB 14 puckngis 10 pacUupis

,"

4

20th, flerco

tonnage said lo

The was

T

20

The

...

Lamplighter

increased hovi tho

CUSTOMS

...

Matksman

quarter

Hero

mudo the fine weatuer

for sltsin M nrquis in his

nice

...

...

It

sea, tbo

March

!

."

...

The

when

the

rcrcral appropriated now »mounts

...

Fancv

li 11

11,480

steamship

io

24th, She experienced with a head

very

Cornelia 310 Ibis

(

0

lb. 32

weather

at intervale, the 21st On sracontinuine, with

ui

have

Whalebone

12

Sydney,

froai bring yes erdav, ¡sydney, tit Bho lffi Sydney and cleared the lGIh instant, round d tho North Cipe d harbour and arrived in Auckln at 0 2D

rain

A

,.,

Card

the

25th

of

winning

7 7

for

Wood,

wheat

en

supremacy

MUE.

8 7

b) liney.

when, at ruldiiight, 23rd, from thinco variable wiLds nud lieht in anchored water till arrival having harbour, on TI ursday uutil jesteiday night, daylight

Lord

TheDrono Kate Dalrymple stranger

'

5,

February

co

Franci

HFBO-Thefl in harbour

m

on

the dirtv

onrccerd

1J

s.

telegrams

t-hfh 5 50 p

with

time of

Plot.

0

San from

210,

Tin

the 1'Jth, tremendous

mer

Marquis Ida Oolt Tho Duchess Greedy Greek,..

5 4. 2

)

cur,

EOCUS

arrived

midnight

of

Rawdon

10

Al

Sydney from Sydnev

from 0

-King 4303

i

8 8

-Galilei

flour,

Heads at at 5 46 p

...

out

by

Detcotivo Al.

(B

March 29-Galilee,

nilla

Trump

from

),

«LlABTUulS

10

3 2

8 8

.¿8

Marah

1/ciai

Ob.

3

8 8

25 -Hero (s 20 -W ilhiims

Maieh

water bind rtin

Di-ceptlvo Kata Dalrymple

9 0

via

Sydney,

AUCKLAND. March M neb

."

4

0

for

Shcalcs, lit, rncrchandiso.

sobooncr, 137

:

com-

CDmmittco.

..

filly

the Legislative Assembly, yesterday, M n etere, in to answer Eaid Thit *he queotions, Goveri ment not that was avv tiru two of the trustees of ti e Aialue-n Road Tund had refused that to act, the returrBrela to machines would be laid ing dredgiig on in the table about a week and thit the Attemey , Genernl had no his opinion that Croivn Prose given in hie own eutor, district, a crimina ought to defend before the Court A Vill to provide fir the distribution of the funds deiivabk from the Church landa
Sydney,

Warnambool."

via

...

7 4

Br

for

rionecr,

;

of

whose we read power the standard liquors. Each this kind of course public-house obtains its own New attractions following. are added to those who come in for a keep moment from and so it that ia going away, the nuisance all is, beyond public-house the most most prevalent, the comparison,

1870.

6,

foo-Chow. for

Joycelyn,

reidlng

APRIL

instead

much,

so from from.

Kilda,

Ila from

Luurita,

;

81 -I

articles

poisoned

MELBOURNE.

in

were

on

|

Calm.

hie

round Biy, Birk"nshaw and

Isian,

W

bi to al»o made Clio to

is

and

Bay

tho

each mono? w

Bronzewing Johnston'» Mr W

Ivion, from

Mr

appointed

was

£1 tho

plucing of

remainder A frlcndlj

the

afternoon, to Joins Mr C

back

the

Mr boin

race

between

Saturday

lons

830 April

317'05 0] 2G 727 62'0i 30 1Ü0, C8-2|

I07|3i)'100i01 1040 C5 070,51 4'0 Ï0 882 87«! 2S33'28'027

it

is

undergoing having been

furnace

con-

practicable

purpose

dctrimdonly

niw wilh and chi.inc Her state

universal

entirely interests

afternoon,

b"cn

the

manner, btcn

basing

Bron/ciung

lime

i

Rockhampton

N

a

not so much wanted. An sober no community, having but those of might sobriety, pass it with but who expects acclamation; to in it this ? There pass country the Government interest with a revenue of £30 a on house. In there year every Sydney are between five and six hundred public houses. These not sell only highly-taxed but they articles, an pay to the Government immense income of the public for proportion so. to do The increase of permission licenses, an is of some to the therefore, object importance revenue. Then there are the spirit merchants, out of question the ultimate effect who, leaving if

Fort

clocl

o

almost

that is not or stimulated Decalogue originated If the dead were laid out who by drink. these abuses before the miserably by perish a wail of horror would eyes of the passengers, run and a desire for a through street, every into a demand remedy would grow which could resist. nothing But it is never seen in this form in the re frethment room of the House of Parliament, where there is a for splendid apparatus the consolation ofmembers, by which the gin of London are obscured. palaceB entirely WILSON'S Mr. bill would be

90.

TUUUHOXXTHaB. 71 4 c3 o

of

perntnvc

p.m. time.

Sea

E.

81 S

f

Evaporation Shndr

foot,

mean

RUCKOHIKQ.

N.

agliP-IlKOlSTXRIHO

a

40s, 1804. at It.

Direc-

NE. N N

Maximum.,.,. Mmiumo.

f j

cunen,

im.

East.

to 100. 0 to 10.

tion,

Moan..,lS0

SYDNBY.

10 h.

//

Rainfall

\ Eleotrlctty, 1870. CIVIL

4TH,

D 180 304' 8 '259, 9 281

"

be

that the

out from a teetotaller's of viotv Setting point of the most advanced class is every publican vendor of poison, and every public-house to be shut We do not think ought up. that such views are debatable ia a commercial but the mischief journal, done in and public-houses drinkB by alcoholic glares us from every and in every upon newspaper, column of its pages. There is no crime in the

'Jfo.npo-,

|

P.M.

Overcast Ovoroiit Cloudy

czecptcd) Greenwich, BVATIOIS, Sydney to Moin

Humidity, 0 final», "f Î Cloudy arty, to boalcsofjozono'o

A.K.

E.

(Sundays Ho. a ni.,

65m, 82» in

S3

/

m

Hoar.

C7-

Longitude

51/ 41//. variation

corTCotod to estimated

Wind

Overcist

sE.

to

seems

?

Dull

ESC,

OBÖläKVATOJRY, 83»

estimated in In lecho«

moasurcd

2( «

a

MKTHOHOL

1

OB lût

,30

30-400

Foroi [s

SO 80

."

Barometers

'

bvJ

i

¡jhottery t'lno C oudy

C1 9 SE. C8 SSE

301

.,

Olwny..

Latitttdo

at

day,

at 0 p m, day, tbls at 6 p tiny, and susannah ),

mc

Trving

this

should

have public-houses increased demands of the people beyond legitimate hut they are and that increasing;, they ought to be diminished. We think that scarcely there is from Um any dissent Bat opinion. what is to be done That is the question. Reformers often do a great deal of mischief by an attempt to enforce a change beyond the of reparation, cause point and so a reaction, not by which all their efforts only past are frustrated but disgraced.

Thuuücrst Thunierdt. Cloudy Tina Calm, SW. Cloudy Cloudy

Fine

GuViSHNilJiiNÏ

-

it

negatived °

press._

viction

eddy.

Calm Calm SW.

1 ine

to

THERE

Raining Raining Rutnng

NE

bchunk..,

Cnjie I'ortlnml

i)FrAiiTerti>3.

prjvi'lon

went

Raining;

Ritning Riming Heavy rain

Calm.

Cloudy Cloudy

W

Magnetic, Inn time ball it Sydnoy moan time,

4 -Surprise, for Hongkong, with April barque, Hamilton, lons coal, 20 Chinese passengers with 410 INcviB, brig, Evans, for Melbourne, A¡ ni 4 -Ben cuni, 4 -Miss for April Kilmnnsogg, brig, Finlayson, Shanghai,

Î

Kono... Florence

HANDICAr,

.

Earl

Capp

NnWCASTLE.

MILE.

I

Fanoy Groyskin

8 8

.

.W

..

lOTOniA, Mclbuurno Quetnecltff

Bav,ihenoc

Mr the

t.e\t

n

3 O

lb. 8 12 10

...

..,

(

..

Riitnlug

Ca'm, Calm,

ii

point

Birnie

am

Drouo

HANDICAP-

,,

nlm.

,,

h

Wentworth

19

_

Riwden

9 9

8

.

...

Stumpy..,

Ibmrnc:

services as a tug will, for someinortlis Hotel madion Mon ay nle,ht at Punch's King the boats Ixion ard to sail sriling Bronzewing, Ide The courte ii from mooring« Mny for £20 rom d the nnd bon and Pigs, back round lightship Shark round Uland, and back to th

ii o*t avuilabli

bnail'a

in

thiel

Titus.

8 8

...

.

Stumpy... Bylong...

;

!

...

Greek

a

8 8

.,

...

K15.

..

Balranald Euston

1

,

right, supplinl the bolkre (flldcnt

been

Bay

s

brian boat

soil

Colt

a

8 8

.

...

Culm

,

tug S

\

sa

mott

uptakes inn

6

he

Mmdaj

le

on

at

at

owners stakeholder, the to hi nds bind tho match stuked a week punr to the

...

Misty Morn Marquis

9 0 S 13

...

".

)

strong sou'hcrly ultimo, at 11 a ni, the the und the Wave, from 1'IJIB tho North Cape and Capo Bre.t, off Van p m Cipe Marla Diemin, and the Alie», for Lindon

alO

steam

A mnlili waB belwern street,

lb.

...

Morn

tim

tuckland, steamer Glichen

lina

tubes, in d plaicd then fe re

cenniaiidrr, the ing

HANDICAP-H

.

...

ulm Culm. Calm.

Wugj'ft'Vtnj.iiB Urmn

MILE,

Queen

...

(s

barley,

(a),

Brisbane

Tr

ariivol knots

est of bitwecn

UeutU

n

con

diva

THE

to thice

,

airs

AnnivAL

8 2 7 10

Dune

bh,

very

Thundcitrn, Raining Cloudy Raining

Culm,

Kulnine raining Ruining Raining Cloudy ctrg rino Cloudy

ruin raia

Raining Sho

SW. rain

Dull

ulm. ulm

i

7

)

war

re;

Ntncasi

lb.

7

...

Titus Marksman

1

Tho

.

Tipflcr.., brducer Tho Top

M

saoks

follows

ns

Constance

for

clem ed lhc Niwcostlc

pkKd

en

HANDICAPS.

0

.

U-bba

mint

Rink

Oriental l'or

Adoluldo

of

City

City

the

Ci (s

lench

cTimEivi

CLUB.

,"

.

st...

<

i\V. W.

Cloudy

I,

..

\oui.i

Bulli

5.

MAILS

DICK ytsterduv morning, overhauled tirg 1 ho steanu r Lgmont It ft for

and

tho gail at as to the pio island to ihe

la

1

.,,

."

...

ii

that

was

at by £4320, entering length into the great arguments the proposed against police changes. brui At intervals attention was called to the state of t' e House, but on each occasion a quorum was formed. 'Ihe imendment was ultimately negativej. Several motions that the Chairman leave the chair followed, and after discussion were negatived. A motion the estimate reducing by £1319 waa tietmuv d. Mr. NUVVLAN was the addressing House, having mon d that the Chairman leave the chair, when we

I

reading.

Morn

1

Wellinit

Like Dull

NE

Showirv

'bli.

Duhuo Or .ni,'c

stephens

Atony

"GO

load,

Posi-Ofiico

the

vcathcr of rate

Worqa

lightship tail the the Clio

be onsldored

considero

Deceptive

8

the

gold, Order,

ix,

8HIP8'

the

ai

y,

schooner

ll-e

March Port Pair}.,

Fanoy...

...

Colt...

Grey

consont

rcscrvi

ils

and at Cockatoo the number

iho

2 0

8 8 8

Earl Tbo Ear William

'lhc

this

),

ut

stcajd

8 8

8

Marquis

Misty

niTius

GitArro-, (s

of the Governuni'cr detention

to

Greedy

Tippler... Carnation fir Walter Darlio

IWR

c

Moulamun

00 ingots

tho

-By -By -Bj

bound to Auckland tbi burquiBlialo

ihiir.repjrt not

on

passed Wcne,a

Du

eonsidontion

2 2

...

,"

Burbillo lloscbud

division,

again

wjuld

1

f I At

cu-rtnt

GUtREH. tilt

OB

wir

Î

8 8

,"

Sn William Cuinutiou

att"ntion

out

Mr

5 2

St.

were the said tho merely repeating Opposition the last as during sessions, they had dono whole of the present session Mr. WILSON considered it was a grievous wrong to go to voto He i tha' ho at the dictation of sixteen members, déme to-night had to leave tho Houso of a induced bon, members with the view

FOK8TER of tbo

8 8

7

RANDWICK

wasvery improleave their Individual He canclulcd by

Mr

the

there

hP.

Dull Uke

Ira

NE,

Cloudy lUnvyrtiin

.Culm. Culm

,

DAY.

irANDicAr,

,

leave

Go\irnmeut

said the fallid.

hod

one»

the

Houi-e

JUAN

the

to the

o

hoped

Mr. HOSKINS hi motion FOESTEK Mr show

Mr.

rcmaiks from ON moved that

some

10 5

St. Barbollo Sir William

1

Cisio-u HOUBK -Entered 5 lou Outwards, April langs (s ), Itltons Clark Captain for Melbourne, of Bri bano City (si, 501 tons in Knight, for Brisbane Copit lhc in the boiquc Record hus been placed Waterview Dock Bay for lhc of being caulked and recoppend purpose the lu According to advcrti6cmciits the of the 31st Arqns it would that the of Adelaide, ultimo, appear stem»hip City will of the Captain Walkir, take the pi co City of vlelbourne (t ) on the Auckland line She is lo leave Mclbournofor aprolntcd Abcklncd callli g at Sy-'ncy, on tre 13ih instant TLe Hero left Aueklaiid and cleared the harbour at 0 p m (s ) on the SOili March rounded the North on the Cape at 1 30 p m entered and 31st, Sydney Heads, at 3 15 p m on the 5th instant, irrivcd She t the Grafton Whiuf at 4 pm light experienced winds the North mid the first costal} to Cape, during twonty fom hours after the Three winds leaving Klugn fresh southerly with weather and afterwards clrudy high sei, lightvariab'e

Darkio

12

8 8

...

riiYiNa

quorum

,

thi

Mr tucticB

.,.

Walter

The

;

fl

General

the

-By

AUCM-ANI!

rung LirKtnihaw

MOTION. bo a

there in of

reading, Bill to ;

lb. 12

9 8

.

Ho=ebud 1'arbillo

cm

it

thi biddings to ctttc d flnitily whethir Government thiy ihi system whioh they propped cut remarks or Mr. the Piddington, During concluding was twice culled lo ihe Btate of Ibe House beera put, was ou lhc amendment having negatived, gs

ackirg

Ol'

RANDWICK HANDICAP,

THE

,"

,..

William

Mitty

at

BmsnANF

March

JOCKEY

...

MiiCiian the

1

belt

the r of

agricultural

Bay;

Fino Uko

'??E.

u

..iudt Cr trill«

anxious

estimate

1

otóse

st

lur.her. reference

in

to ho third

¡

Bill;

ron

".

1 he Earl tarnation

quorum

,

only

was

m

DAY.

occasi

on

Becond

!

Bt.

m

to

PIDDINGTON

A

THE

Amendmont Trust

CITY.

think proposed, colony House, and

30pm

p

Ton

prisoners, to Bathurst,

MOTION. to mnke

57 bale»

fljj,,

MELHOIIVK-By

1 on

Bill.

,"

rtcebe

.

continued

PIDDINGTON

Mr

tion

weeks,

OltTJEllS Bill

Stumpy

Ido

will

3

a

hill

f,r

Cn m LNC.

Overeast

Cloudy Riiuing Ruining

AR1UVAI.B.

Or

Causes

Circassian

Sir

and Trice 32 bjlcB

gum, Ordir.

vus

rute

was

Mt liclm't... Uiithurtt

I'orhc Grenfdl

(a.), Port

for

l'mo l'mo

h

U.nilniuii

IMPORTá-ArniLo, Auckland 2 boxes

fiom

Mony

lett

pild expenses

OF

Edith, Jervis

Culm .Cn m

Kiandra v.liurv

('.

KllllllUg hhnvvery

Raining Ruining

A

GuiiiliiKO Tumut

s

si

the

ccr.uin

obtaining

lill

NW. Ldon

5.

W.mturu

;

;

Alum

Milesian i'.arbtllc Carnation

tbo Committee-, when that Mr. Piddingion

did

ed number red« to the the requirements of tbe state tbo to the of

when meet called

f^rce,

of

Ol'

"

address fact the

lo

attention tin chair.

ot

1IDD11NG10N

police tuilicient

to

proceeding

was

called

auouut

mensuro

a

dm

Chuly

öC.

Riittilng Uuiiiiiiff

1

Dull

NW.

'

Hongkong.

OUTWARDS.-Ar-air. Newcastle

EXPORTS-Avim.

presented to bo pleased to c uise tj A return shewing the tho bum Creek

iho in

m,

i

for Hongkong: 19 50 pieces 7 bags becac-de-mor. leid, 3 packages hoiscthocs, copper, Way, Key, and Co; OS lb cwt On Chong and Co.; 8» pieces ti sandalwood, lead, 17 casks bunillB cisksglatF, horseshoes, 7 copper. 32 bundled 41 S packages, bun Kum metal, packages Ash, On; 30 bales fut 10 bales gus, btche-de-mer, 6 boxes copper, 2 casks iron, Chun 2 0 bagj Barker and Atcak; flour, Co.; 160 tons coal, Captain knciupHer.

to th Gren-

from

here,

consulted from that

bring

C

Dull

.VE NL. Cilm

limning Ruining bhonery

in

Cloudy Showery

N E

U lining

.?>

for

Kauiipffcr,

h\'E bE

nhowery rt Unhung

hj

I'

Laing,

»WAnTUK».

three

School

,

PHELPS Chairman in potsistion

,

to

J.

1 lee,

toi

bill.

Censes

Goulburn Unitarian

Pyrrhui

quorum

a

waa

there

formed

not

lcavo and for

Mi-sin.

INWARDS

Caledonia Botany for Bay; Coraki,

1870,

boundaries

fijelnoy mittee.

Kal/er

con inued ne did not think from the of the that had been thut the otlicerB polico departgivm would rt commend a reduction of the fo co Ila ahould liko ment ojn to hive had their evldcnoo in before he came to any print cluBion it upon a Attention called to the state of the quorum House, and

i '

this

day Matrimonial

lion Ho

evidence

1

oiheora

Export Regulation lilli; Afsembly's Message

this

e.n

bon

could

11"

as

to

Thc'numb

tho other

I1USINE8S-KOriCE

census, in

qaorum

heard did

favour

ere

miny cumcts did they sanction

for

PKE33

with

pensed

was

1

st in

called Attention lonncd Mr PIDDINGTON

the

so an

w

Mackay,

tinks

to

con-

oauso

tho establishment transferred to

up.of

many medical

Vv'oro

7.

in

Milesian Rosi bud

with

(Mr

(Mr.

olsen 2

Ucprcsontalivo of prisoners in this colony 1 2 What

breaking

Pus

Rockhampton.

Dull

'IiY\. .Ni, Ni,

tti'iincf

Captain

'

the how

Seducir.,,

proceeded

eieok

not

cu

of

Tippler Carnation

who

House,

the

into

at

OKDERS

CENSUAL 3IUSINESS-NOTICE Charles Campbell to move,-That

Matrimonial

bir

on

attoation

not

member be

the the

let

st.

House

when

of

foi oí

1800

AND

the

for

ill.

Bay.

(s),

packages,

on roads and ovpindotl Bald gold-fields, during the quantity of gold con and lyagong Gold-field»,

December,

gaols 18b3

Junuaiy,

icmoving

Phoebe

interference

preposterous be carried the bon

was

in

state

the

the

bo

ltl

'1

Head,,

Ojul'iuri tiru d«one

5.

U1031Î I'inu

.

MC

.

..

south

Ining

Cloudy

ClllUl

-»iiovurr

M t»M.

..

was

a trial.

postponement

i

MiuvviTry

Culm.

('nilly ¡M

nene

'?te,

have for

;

Showery

Cilia.

Hay

is

on

1870? 3 Wh it wa« tlu January, average culpiít duiiug the year ending 31st December, lbCS tho cost of euch average culprit during the year 5. UJW wera removed December, lbC9 many (rom

Havelock

did

Creek

mu

DONCASTElt a

and

o c1 scheme would the head tho at of had expressed his

proi

member number

th"

AMIL

>

3 in

tons,

for

Helen, for Twofold

Broken

Hero

COUNCIL.

several

WEIGHTS

committo of tho

Bt

the

forco police quotum was formed. sav that the

tbat

tin

n

for

by

it

d'

the 1st the

statistics

House ot the

aud

25U

barque-,

CfMSTERS

this colony, of sentence^ that an that praying

Grenfell

address

to uFh ihc the number

wn»

on

taking

quorum

Uoun,

addre

or

showing

31st

otmnittoo

the

of

of

Police-office

within

MOTION,

1 What was Slst triHiig COCK .too on Island, C 01 that cumber,

Koizcr

that 150 policemen who had spoken

man

a

to

othir

igaln

the

the

to i ro ist ii If ogoinst to go on with his interference, to he hod say PIDDING10N continued

at

ble

of

procridid had

any scheme

WUB

of

to

proceeding

the fact that and a quorum

formed IHLLPSsaid

um

Mr

wl

the

Campbell

tbo

on

Mackny,

nt, tie,

îiovellrr, CuihcrlneLord, Elk n, for

refresh

and

House,

tho

state

further to drew attenta

again formed

INuther nor

of the

approval

should dared

cf

the

proceeded

character

nilitarv called

again

to

waa

bell Was rung, Mr llDDIiNGTON hau been examined

businic

state

proceeding

was

The

j]

for

to

in

clatsrs of euch

Mr.

-formed

and a quorum PIDDINGTON

MB

the

called

waa

was

semi

nu

to waa

attention

mid

paid

taken

having

vv

Aguis

(8),

illiintr

".

hydni)

;

Cutubeit

¡

the

Bhcwing

of mcuev within

«mount

the.

works public 3 A retnru from .ho J

OF

qmendmentB

conmittec etatcd that

be

Item

1

ucint

v

III timo

vilue been

inequality

nou*e,-1

s

)

Ii

Cloudy Kulnine Ruining ( loudy

..

m1

i

m

Culm

.

uti Nivvc W riiUor

nu. -Al 5. C, v.. r.rooke, Water v,Uh BOUl foet 2000 timber, 2((0 Catherine fcllors, pilings Lord, f ou» Bita'iy, wich 22 lons vwod: Woniira from with 252 tons (r.), Bulli, coal-, Helen, from with 181 tins Hibc, V.irru, Newoastle, stine-« 520 tom cod; I tiith, from Port with timb Stephens, 15,000 ftet r, 20j0 from Bioken 20 nins spol.es; A!chyir.l=t ), Baj, with (s llrcnoid, 10 carkr bananiB; Cooii.inbiirn r with (s ), from t'lu Iliinti Kuti, '.50 balts 100 balls l,iiv. CO es1., 03 G wail, utlow, bags mu/e, corpa 4 horses, 1 con, 2 calvin, 50 bulls, skuii fowls, 53 b lulte-t 20 palle nuil Cltv wcinlo whec's, cuiidri-s; of Ni ia from the ), Hunter rilli 150 bales 4 bilc-i wo Ruo, buy, d, lui bng-> mal/o, I'd 50 bags bniri barky, 300 hilka, t cow, 8 oi oats, VeS, 23 pija mo 20 sheep,

In

'

system

hour

an

the

\

his

?1

the

vcellcncy

th

Ki

f

ide (» butatnih

3C0 lons. \V Captain Ticbor Miss Roper,

(«.J,

pacttagi, 150 cises

from

collected

opening

ed

IIDDINGTON

when quorum Mr

half

of

i

le

«del

;

i

Culm NY\. Si.

Ki'I""

Mi l'oit

-Arair, G for Djet-birgh. Nowcistloj for L K. for not, Mmrltlus; for Melbourne Citv uf tiiis

DBPARl'URF.3 I

of

i

.

ho

account

events, motion

JAMLS MARTIN moved the reduction of the vote by £4523, £3822 for being reserve police, and 4500 fo; horses for same. After a brief discussion the amendment was net«, b tivtd by 10 to 13. Mr. ltvAN moved that be reported progress and, af er some the motion remarks, was negatived by i<| to 7. Mr. WILSON moved that the item be reduced by £4321, his opposition on the ground that ia justifying AU thin a House, lhere was only a majority of three in luv ur oí the vote, A lengthy debate ensued, wheo. \he motion was lost by 19 to 8. Mr. FIIJDIIVOTON moved the reduction of the

fluming «nilling e'lmidy It di luff

...1-1, (lilli

Xiirn.hr MurviellhiooU Murruruud

COASTERS from Brisbane

period.

AUSTRALIAN

Attention was

for that

leant

Whit

section

Al'ItlL. addre she presented will bo ph ascd to c-I A return

an

Airldi.1' li ii v

5.

ion.

liOimil

The

lino

1.

.Calm

that

on

all

to 10 Sir

Ciihr.

...

vVulliniiii.if

Finger«-Mis

Mr Gat and the

Ivcalc,

administered-Koiolvcs

sentence,

un

vf'on.

pn-oi.i

K.ie'ii

Gold-Field», from the 1st to January, 1807, ihi vi/ 1SG9, undur following heads, .-Miners wmo ha'cs, publicans'and and merchants' spirit miscellaneous items not otherwise enumerated, 2

period escort

propriety

moved

rn/cr

inhabitants

LEGISLATIVE

no

suggested and adjourn

or

table

showing

cn

fiom

in

leaving mint Mr £1320

i

S.

and

now

OltrjER

bo

had

as

revenue

this

ou

carry

no to passing this for the objection estimate, Colonial sud Dot bo earned out Ino Secretary faith in the The bon member systim proceeded favour of the estimate to urguc of the postponement Afur n few remarks from Mr tbo thai tho KIAN, question of 13 ile ni he reduced was then put and negatived on a division io P. INOWLAI* of the Chairman Mr the t-ji-tini

certain

in«ufllcieniy

committal

December, mining

lights,

pastoral

the befiro member

lion

v

tho

Work»-1 in

money norl

AllUL House,

this.

from

the Liw

during tho same to move,-That praying that his I

cmumucc

came

ivcningtho

to

here, Baker

Gov ci nor, be lain upon «moimi of and tyagong

for

and

adopt

1

did the contract the estimated

is

much the said

move-That

[etiuon

metropolitan gaol, ?".OVEllMIEÏsT Mr Owen to move

1

po sib el will. Will the bon member If possible

PARNELL earlier period

on

Mr

the hen who was surprised that gentleman rOKSTER ehould tho lad experience say that iust BpoV^n with his trent The Item practical of this would lend to no delay aiostponcment it w ould to a rev tv al of the to it was that lead debate, Objection bon would have used by the some and the arguments gontlemiin tbo use of In no Ile way to bo repeated thought strong terms of Sir Jomes Marlin When and other speakers helped the case that this scheme first Ms bon friend proposed to toe Government cut ried ho th it ho should bo out, confcs°ed »f reserved pehco Bitccees the evidenc« cohelderible entertained doubt« of it» to tbo tbo committee m>d added nothing whatever taken before before ibe oouw rat be docrmonts alre-ady House, and therefore ased a« an for postponing the debate Cop'am ii Lerio argument that ho had the sehe ao and remonstrated ngilnst bod told them of scriou«, ibatthe reduction of the fo cc be productive woull nnd dun the \et nine months hud elapsed, ? thattimo ¡trouble hod novor been more lie did was colony quiet n ! Bt) tina to be uttfUmtablc to the reduction of tbo force.

under

else« Mr

Darlinghurst of piiitv

of the hon member proposal (4lr hir the of William authority road a front m-.nuti thoAttorooy of roser» as e-vc ucheme o police ent hi did nit Manning's) opln on that effective beorctary

to

Mr

1st Jinuary, to 81st 13IÎJ 1807, December, vvtlnotfes who in each attended case, with to inch witnesses for and travelling 3 The estimated for tho cost conveyance

oust

had h id be reduc

byducy, the

account

Cilmlmil

Gmpowdcr COtVTER

Mi Mr

^Artcr

e

ou

When What

3 Ho» of

1

11

slcerngo

-ii

Brisbane;

G

(ti

S-Al

CLEARANCE

AI'IIIL

Baker to Mr G ivcrnor, praying be. laid the table of this Hou uron numb r ot committals of prisoners from fell Sessions to ihe Quarter at Bathurst

whether

CUT

lui

E

.

..,

innen

Gunnedah UK

binti'*

; )

ht

en

mv.rell

IloutUei.g.

Wollongong,

(r

imbi

i/

i

Mr

Public for

'iULSDAY, 12rit an move,-That tbnt his Excellency

oi

M-

C

Mlchmlis, 20

ti morl» Gnifion

ilnm»

be prcsentedto kn> Lxcellcncy the Governor, be token Mich to effect amendment in the administration of tteps the Oimiitial Law of tho as will enturo the piB i colony gofs»n more tence* for the uniform and more adequate as a punishment committed. respective clinics

Milesian

doubt but

|

the

Irland, both

"

If

Mr

11

Is.),

,

anil

proposal to a fuller

of 19 to voted for

a

that

2

'

'

'

tractor Hoskins

Charles Whni ment,-1.

by

tho his (sir W nibo cable prnct u-Oaid thi Colonial

coi

Line

commence

Mr.

reserve

submitted

West

been

ippoint

DAY.

tho

up member

hon

pronouncing

i\pu wbv

en

favour

in

said that bacacd

«as

und

ncrul

uid

spoke

bi

the

QUESTION.

¿1321 Lit

£

rtson)

G

en

bas

long

I

Weave-,

7TH

c

which

one

bo

Nowlan,

fjr

tho

evistenoe

to

nftor rcil

service

(far

wus an

no said, bon member pt thi lion member for Mndic-Ucit He would move

of AN

baining

£1000

negatived

estimate time for

Tho

»no

ouiht

and

the

utgruuttni

voted have

ami

put

with

uon

[

or

bien would

nour

prccidcnt,

question WlLsON

Mr

£3000

bad ard

to withi

was ed apptov tho?c who alone dreamed thal

never

milo

to

Iurm.ll,

the for Secretary of works contracted

cost

session

btforo

revsonttblo

a

of

sum

noixisttncc, was without House

liol

was

la=t

during acquitted numbers

lion

would attempt had been ghin

delay

o

constabulary)

estimate, courage by ibismn Mr IU

conduct stood

him

judgi that

tho

lhc Mr

his Ho

ry

to

Mr Mr.

Clarke,

llwur,

a.m.

K3,

Lucdun.

for foi

Pilot, Ilmigkoni.

to ask the fcccretan for rnblio Work«,-Do the intend the ment to open for traille Great Ivorthcrn Rail w iv from Musclcbrook as Eoon as thit to Aberdeen, is length or will tho contacted, opening ol that portion of the Great ¡vin ilu rnleall be delny ed until alter the is constructed way bridge over the Hunter River at Aberdeen, and tho line is formed, bal and the lasted, permanent way laid between Aberdeen an J bcone ? Vr,Hofkm8toH"kthcbccrctaryfor Tubbo Worts,-1 Whether hois liant of certain which cegr practices prevail ia the management el the Great W eetern Kail« that when ay-namely, the 7 30 is from Penrith ern pm passenger train dispatched the Saturday, authorities oro lmlwav in the habit of the running tender in frtnt if Hie locoTnttvc and engine carnages bjt ween and Penrith the rinamatta a turn-table Junction, although the vois for enii gines d tenders at Penrith nUo, that the locomotive engine is atti ched to the carriages tcrew by an iron connection and only, that Ce upling chains aro not used 2 Does tho for Secretary PubicWoiks of such if will approve practices not, be take recurrence to a of Hiern atejyS ptcvent

jTellc

who

courso

the

Active,

î

Tiieiisrm,

to ask

Koilwav

Mr Govert

B

House,

that

How

nildrits (

lined

continued,

thought

c uimy Houso

ob

l.cc,

erformed

i

f

Mr uid

Ati-vi-,

luptnii

cklmni

It.

Aucklund

r-L.

up' inda,-When will Goulburn to Braidwood, lo Tarago Queanbeyan

from

-Mr, Hi.

runted

under

proceeding

ZtOREKlsON

we

Clink', for

c.\

It Miirir,

Mm

.

I'ïtOJECTED

ncgUiudbv

lillei

for

for

(s.),

Ultimi 30th Mi« Mr nnd «ri Whitely Air» Cratu und 5 dil dren, Wall r J. Um S Denham, Or Croft 25 mid in th

mil

nu

\ hinihlr, S i mee, ngente,

und

«î

I

at >> i rnmeiit office be

Mr,

John

Lunn, Mrlhiiurni

fdlonmg

vi/

Mr King to sideration the with rtfcreicc

ho

but

is

6TH Ai-mi. Treisurcr,-1.

becrotary road from

FllIDAY,

itwis i\ir iu of the Ilotm carried by

imigined majority

one

the

the the

therefrom

works

wink the

Phelps

Morrlco

which which

will

j

lurte item was u oijcctioniiblc ho old not with a small think, such atto ought to be permitted go further If that the hon member replied (sir 1'irkis) had said that btctiu-e-tliirc was a Hou«eof m nibors thirty thi of the business rot ino Act couutry Bhould go on only riquirfd numb rs to form a quorum. twmty PMIKES Mr hero caliea attention to state of the snell a BERfSON

ce

w

î

""",,.,

of

i-jonly test a Mr

which

,

NOTICES.

the Colonial of Cuptom^ of the Oov

proclaim

Webb

«aid

IG Mr

and carry out, ogrie to The 10 to 13, but

to

n

amendmen

on

K'rkham,

,

arncll

1

ed therefore negativ that thi Chunum progress and report nt a Inter hour lu the d y H thought that iiled lura IF tukiug whativtr he plm«id »tip of the obnosioiu item which it was pro

nguiu

sit

division

tcntltd woudnot

House

ash

bub-collector tho intention

Mr.

Mr

Maolcay waa

PMUiLbmovid

to the

to

opci fiom

)

the es1 Western

Fallon

The

to oppose ro=id to

the

Dodds

Forster

ask

H B

Lloyd NOCH, Mr

tr

1.

tmnltlicly ditablc

cr

mover

Driver

Cowl

Mr,

and

put,

Ayes, Nowi-in

Mr.

Martin Kyun Piddington

of

be

Macleay

t

r.tt,

suece;

ous any f ict opposi to had that the surprised to withdraw tho item opinion of the Commi too upon

much

to

and if io, when li 1er to nek

numbers,

wa»

Sir fui voto should bo Bhow that the hon

thought, to ofUr

onci

the

which

to that

propo«o

very

11 not will lake

for

t?¿a¡sn

LLOi

Mr

153

not

2

limn

gnu, m d

Mr»

:

1-

Foi VV

L

-
ruinier.

lîsnirnt

rtlicostimitc

I

Wire

>t

judgment

c

f

to move,-lhit the notice of motion on the busi of the Douse for Tuesday, tho 12th T ut the April-" the select r<¡ ort comnittie on ivilvv ly cMcnsion, brought h »,i Mr Mac Hie Jjth «arch cay on be now adopted"-'lull t e j rcccdtnce ill other oi hu ires on tlu' day. Mr Buchanan lu move-lint the mo ion >o 3 standing in hU n nie he transferred to fcn ley to Mr Dodds move,-1 ihal the hill to cnab'o the Inuteos of cumin Chinch lands at Maitland to appropriate the income bcnviillc fioni tie Mimo for the bin lu of the otim Prcsby of Man congre tationä and 1 a»t and M litland Weet, aid to confei extended of lea ing on powers the and for trustees, other be purposes referred to a se'ect fir committee consid rillen nne 2 That such committee report, cunsiat or Hie

perma-eut men

de

upon

dj

of it

Ml

ne

pro

on

us

val to

with

thi

w

Govcrrmtnt the eeviation

day item

anxious

not

Lloyd)

the

V oie

und F

tnntuin

D'PAKT

sit

1 Aci

efltco, Mr

thi

re&eruii what h

,

covir to -whilst

Uo

the

by and

these

rcec

to

item

expirai

in

w

was

the

to didnot

which

item, member

not

bin Lltlted

Fit

hvd

iho or ginnl "SOWLAIv

office 2 It

j

the

ent

i

them

pc-

this

-vi

thouclit would

the

on

divided

luiveto

I

lie for the evpIoiLcd, vote mon of the han propo -ml kunial number for 1 J6t Sydney Mr I LO\ D intimated hu to the intention, though favourable Lslimates of voting in fi\ urof James generollv, Sir M min s an cidmrnt If bo hod the wire ord ivour thought Oppo'-it'on to the ho ing obnruct Government, (Mr lloyd) would oppose cm the t to but he of the kind w is ulmr-st, thought nothing lntericd He the item to whiih thought hal been objection vi as lukin ouiteui rind he that ncceB=ar\, regretted thcGivcrn nunt ihvnl fit tonto concession flit, not to make The Colonial

feccrctnry

k1

co

»ulnry

KEW

constabki

some tihcnic

perm m t¡)b22

calkd

they

enid that should

as

ed

these

that but It

teed

KIAN

the

to

paying

ccpla'ucd

of

rosen

have

yeal nn item of 10a

men

ductirn

r

147 to

per was

noes

wus

lu

WEDNESDAY, Tellers

desired

theil

hut

ho

,

mid,

tonn,

lor

bun, W, slumpc

c

obj

niarei to nib v bhou d ho

ew

refilling

ngulition

w

-

the

in

win

vi ige i un"*

evi

o' vv

7

Míe.

Spring Fraser

for

ate*

numbiruf

lent

(iii

his

,..,

Driver

tho

he

House

lo

Ililli« Hoskins

According

to

indi

tlu «¡ich

Mr

n

the which

I'ufcerKitsJ.I, Hull hU BIS It

i

Suttoi

IIIL

on

staten foi for

7I"5

),

!

on

gunrui ¡dilmon

f

H

c

PJ fm iI»o

owauee

consequence Committee

the

ti

consta

be

i

ü andu

motion tit ing put moved that Chun Iho ian mid reponproe-ros", Ile ngmn. thought bon mcminn should hue to of perusing oiportunity tho evidence which, hid be 11 talc n the biforo were a k°il to iluilrg sitting the} rec rd their vo es He contended the polio... that us on animation, it it present
1

iddintton

stood

present the rcttrve

ein Mr

Idler

itzpatiiek

1£15

bijui

ROBERlt-ON

Mr

it

Ministry to occupy or to th» complimentary of this item postponement cxpeduioas dleratchof

National Library of Australia

y Vlr

put

in

of

tociirjout with them,

it

Hie

and

idcqnitc,

SCIMCU

lion

old nu

,

Juc

ce

loi nra

tu

to cany

the

Mr

litt

P

u

id

iivmcnt there

v

b(

re

f\.w

u 0

t

n

w

then

20

ltira

(stimuli

to the

t lin

(\iumrl

might

Fnrnolt

Mr

Filloa moved the

1

thib

to

wiri

ns

nfk

Bill

MARTIN

erny botfes.

o00 PMlhLst

id

loicil

¡new

na in

1

on

ci

san

ncitr

hau well

W

Brookes Morrice

Mi

mil

it,

Mr

Jennings

ni. lot

postponed

1

Dodds

for

i

m j

Nowlan J 11 Suttor

JAM1 S of ¿4822

ii

in

the

the

year

system

hi quite from lue lu (jcmijiritj

(,
ne

10

VA ebb

ban uti r-ulhcrlund

mu

ti

ict

ben n

etc

oneil

f

was

lloyd

on

li!

reeclvins to hive ho wn"

as

lm\o

out rued be brought

with

far

refused

the

given end

Mr

lortlir

ßn

been

t>

ought

Martin

Robinson

of

ion

hid

After

to

hi»

aj

who ho

beginning they

ard

it,

would would

t!

tlut

intni

no

bo

division

avir

Cooper

sum

had tin

more

b u

1

nddres«

under

picsent

(s

"

^ Mil

Mr

brinkin

nns

wltne sos that could

evidence and from scheme

poEit difficult to the satisfactory of the Parliament in not any way interfere business

was not

was it eemmon conld

a new

ro

rt

iho

contended

?vote

estimate to meet

months

th

compel

system of

ho time he

believed

The best

the

police

e\idcrire,

coLccrncd ho

itWÜR

¡tmuatoiy

coi

WES this EUfTciut

which

ciisteuce h into bud given

brjogii exemmed

following

ate

Nois,

not mike difference if this any the Mher con Estimates hal heen und But the which tho ooniretttco was sideiei! poaicd question en bein hnd not tuirty 1 ut before tho ohmr No atked to -vote ui one was in the pol ce expenditure But complair log of a reduction th what vis complrtinul of WUP that comiuittco was ashed to vote an w h cb dil exist and which ectiinnte prepared for a force not be to there \ »BTcuson to billevo It Wütild o FXistcrce

cstin

1 aikcs

cou'd uutil

it

no

was

n

Hero

quorum

"

"Wr

'

enid

thi

were

ci

neu

to on

Im the

tJ

preposcd

As

ra

20 the

it

Ayes,

i

postponed

on

oiis

lo wh>

n

the

to

th

a

at

3 p.m

i

James

riduction

ll

and

Ilousc,

d

ai

5.

I

Sir

rcduct to th

n

tho

the-pjlico OIIICUB

the

continued police

up

rr

tboupht, niihtlmnn

ii

tu I

the

WKATHER, r,

Arm

0

|

ntl,

by

the

agreed c-m

ey in tbo

to hid

ti

th

ni

VvLBB of tin

ti

»pirition hi

rul

of

AtvV>

W1MJÜ

AKUlV.lL.-Ai-un.

-

oiif-ht be

u ni uivid

J

cilicio

to

1<-

slate

SHIPPING.

schein

new

.

1

piety

That

ot

Bit

o

the

the

'

c

Hi

i

was

loss ef uti .dated

Houso

Mr it

i

th

tori»

not

000

to

culled

o\eof

disnpp

-

not

n

wni

mien

to

foinud

lit ni

ci

Simones upjieued to bo lu tho ultei liions in Dropped at the luud gentlunan of tho

I

out

1

cn

was

n

uti

of the Trentury do with regard ti Inchon

to

,

vu

b

the »do

ho

proposition to £22 And tin would submit

but

ti

i

pudman*

evtmt luiilici

a

¿122,000, been rcduoed

undo willi

ico

A tu

what

I

hid

grmliman

ing pi aid

tho

o

limtmy

it

hood

the

depirtmcnt benchcBsctmirt

'

MOB

»licl

to

involv taken

remonstrances reduced when proposed cn

fur d

at to

ns

police

-

w

i

hon

lud whether

reduction, force, h id

i

th b

d

b Un

t

ti

-

i-

i

PAllhrs

that

s

h

doubt le

.

iiiuliiurc

who

might compl

member

iho this

ma

-

that

(Mcndlturo

i

t

members

to less

been

?

tie

ti

ng

fault

a

plao

not

I

¡on believed

i

of

notwitr-atnnd ecru lthadn member for Juara

bud which

I

iscol!

¡I

was

Ukoo constables

I

milis

n

I

it

no1

ono sixty reduction

the

ii

hon But th

at all the cost

had

were

j

nt loast reduction any a reduction In

<

Mr

thoutuotlon

contemp by thoso

gotten

,

tftmate

sold

MARTIN

of the mirante 1 OUSTER said there than year los Ho thought to the extent atol,

I

J

-

Sir evtcnt Ml

-

particular item I cforo tho House, had forgotten that it was six ?postponed months the bon nui learned ago when gentleman with his 13 followers, very few of whom attondod, Kept on nifcht after of to with a mnjonly 3 1 against night, the bim, frlkiug af.ainH pre\ailing Lstiuiatos timo, and with in being dealt tho waj tbov ouubt to ha-vo boon and after nn ti the countrv, bon and learned B; peal the was member to divide n ufrai up the question, for asking i to peslpcncnient f tho Hun Ihobon member referred tho evidence (f Mi Lvai rd with rcfircnco to thufjddor of h and s id tint that s tho v bolo of geutluuun te, <\ demi, nn utter tvhibited ie,normcoof tho wholo business n turo of 1 H lositi ljioy told tint siitv persens it erve bud fer ndn îheiun to rp îed tho force, aud onlj cij-ht of tliLui hnd been considered euitablo, MU aud theso ei|Jit 1 id not boen employed cneiiu Und theso stnnc i it «as not lik ly that they woul "et nnv ii a ionn Uultss oibci Parinment sup ipi '"st huGtv muent {, tim jnsivo rosistmto on pcrtcd tho rt if tho oihu.ri' of tho d partnicn', it } would bo for almo t siltlo Miuirtus to on mp ¡,ot (Hear, hoar) net eis 'iho evid of tho oili h id not bo u of unv bmellt to en the bon ciidtii wh> brought them tlici morn Hon birt) bid \-ell(d thuusclvcR rut, b cause ih j would not bclavecv rsihng Mi Auhdown hil Mid But vvhoio now was Mr A=hl >wii i Hon mombeiH wmt opposite d nothn oro lb in to v auto the public time p i JAMLb [Sir MARllIs ko Ile bon membu sud ] bow mt d seo ni to tho iib el tho Inspector m Generil print Iho «bolo of t ni i nut would rot bL of much fervico to bim b MARUN Sir JAÎIi I do not vi mt auj of ltin print na far as 1 um etneerned I did not m favour spcik of it IvOBEl Mr ISON Iho evidonco bal dono good, tho w ali» benefit I simo countrj miBtit havo y it, bu'tho nejd beendete tho tab! AU tho humj Imn.; li npajtrhon otli i eldo of bug was ¡pon iho tim He use Tho hon w men 1er Im well that in on adivisim th question let} bowculdfit Ihuwheloof tbo f etion to folbvv bun, and ho uii(,ht t,ef, t o, a f vv from it th eldo of tht> Houso, who coi scient« lb u"ht usij tlio «cliemo w ould not worknDht It was men to h irving humbug avviij tho pubho time Mr WILhOIv sind it any ono was to tao accuopen sation of wasting tbo \ ubho time by humbug, it was tho bon momler himself Ho had hardlv used an argument was that I orno out fact an uisi bj but had morely made diouB attack tho officers of tho Govcrnmont Ho upon believed moro there was notn efficient officer in nn> dopirt mont of the Government than Mr Lvdiaid (hoar, hear), or ono wbOBO character stood higher Tho evidence of that and of tho had talli d won Inspector-General fcntleman and that the orfully, ovidenco showed that scheme of retrenchment proposed by tho bon member for West Sj dnej ?WOB a sham, and they wera aaked to piBS tho item simply In order to lot him down easily n It was stock laughing through the length and breadth of tho lund. Ho hoped the House would never The estimated voto the inonoy. caving wns£12,0C0 Mr ROBLRTSON If you look at tho minuto of the Execntivo Council that what I hive you will seo said ia right. Mr WILSON said ho had lookod at the Estimate, and was that of moro than a minute of the E\ecu importance tue Council Tho hon member know very well that the whole reduction did not exceed fifty or ei\ty men [Mr ROBERTSON Mr said Mr M'Leno Fosbery 95] said 60 or 60 ROBERTSON [Mr Mr said Fosbery 95, and so they contradicted eaoh other ] It would bo soon ?when tho evidence WBB printed that ono was reckoning tho men from Cockatoo and tho othor was not, and that brought down tho reduction from 95 to somo 50 or GO Ho th ught in it was evidence that this a country was not in suffictont of security state Although somo sort of cnmo had wera diminished, horuo and cattle still stealing prevalent, and there wero fivo twenty places calling out for police protection. Mr DRI\ ER said his opinion of the system proposed was that it was a ahum Ho thought, howev er, that the at examination tho bar would do good Ho inoniioned wero Borne timo ago that hoMB at tho Camperd \vu bought sale yards at 30s or £2 10s each, and afterwards sold to the Government at £20 or £2o each He thought the attention of the becu directed to the committee haiing question of tho purchase of horses for the police would bo beneficial Ho did not see, however, whj the consideration of ihis estimate should bo postponed Mr RYAN Mr Driver know little of thought very horses or ho would not have mado tho atiteinent ho bid laid before tho committee Ho might know something about to 1 now much about noises law, but ho did not seem " "Tho valuo of a horse, said the hon m IB taber, really -what ho is worth (Lnughtei ) Mr TARNFLL maintained that tbo of tho policy was Government involved in this vote The present Premier had adopted the policv of his und predecessors, was that policy retrenchment If the comuiittei thought H as that it the duty of bon to policy dimgi rous, members give on opinion inrrgaid to tho matter Ho support! d tho this of estimate m ordu that tho evilenco postponement which had been taken at tim bar might bo priatod Bo was had been examined, and ho glad that tho witnesses s^o eximia in should bkoto thur itijU print heir (IIt cease lion menib ra had hoard tho eviyielding not to reid bo likely it It was dence, and they would bo a permanent record of tho printed only that it tihould of tho evidence foimed no ground HouBo, but tho printing voto His whv the shjuid bo postponed bon friend was a sala that the postponement only aekod for for dav, WOB but tbo b«n member prob ibly not aware that when was it enco tbo lttm could not bo doalt with postponed, wera of tho Imlimutes 1-so Com nnt 1 iho whole passod tmttco wero now to vote for tho polieo nsM £122,499 of nrnt unt the country, ond tuat was surely amply suflieient cillod tj until the House could io logothei again give a if lound to 00 necessary His hon 6upplemonlBry estimate, a bold friend had submitted had (Mr Robertson) schemo, tn roduca iaken a blep in tbo right to direction, attempting tho nolice His bon friend deervod groat credit expenditure with this question, and bo bolieved for to doil attempting tho scheme could bo carried that in many of its features, He had no faith in the for out great anangement horses, but at the samo limo tho expenditure providing was of the and tho schoino ('eparlment enormous, to havo been considered propounded ought by tho late feel that ho was in a Pariiucent Ho did not posifall back tbo old state of tion to upon things all that bod been commenced Wai the nnd to undo sufficient House to say that this £122 000 was for prepared to He was quito to pi lice expenditure willing attempt As to postponing this make it st,flicicnt, in good faith no item benefit would for before wo had got over result, two 01 three pages there would bo another item, and then which would insist another, bon members upon opposite wo n If munt have debate on this Laving poMpmed let usthavo it now. He should di\ide tho coin« estímale, tbo motion. millee against

get the

his

be hard

to

to

-refuse

a

licensed

where of going opportunity not bread. This he could

proposed

changes,

in.

any

he w

district

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WE

return

to

consideration

the

of

of the risky of

crafts

by

and graziers floriculturists, farmers, ; inconvenient to -Very the general apply to agriculturists section any particular

The distilleries increased from The increase "Which of the of

we

cannot

are

and sugar refineries three in 1859 to thirty since 1863 has been two establishments thi3

a

the

of

one

coming

the

most

interesting

display. its

numerous

invali-

quite

now

Il

Prince

in

arising

reception of the

of

specimens

Australias. I

lill

-

Inft

CIT\

ono

Al i paragraph

is

POLITICAL of after

that,

I.ALS

Al

Qmirrxit

SESSIONS-In roferenco to a which undor this m appeared holding yes wo te idiiy 's lemo, havo been requested to stato that tho to heard at appeals I o tho Darlinghurst C iurt houi>o next to Mmday will bo limited apponls against buildings which were erected in the city last yenr llIB DltOllMJvG OP TUE PUMÎIAN AT HINTON Our Newcastle states that the Hinton correspondent pnnt n »n was drowned unfortunately le yesterday morning appears ho was m a small boat foi the purpose of bring off iho Hinton mail for A was irg Sydney strong current at the junotion of the Hunter running and Paterson Tho Cconanbara down about carno 6 SO. On Captain Adams in her to keep back as seeing the boat ho hailed tho man was tho boat at the timo in tho set of the current from the and tho Coonanbara in Paterson, was the set of tho current tho Hunter, in and it became evident the boat would drift into the Btoamer. ínovitally Adams hld Captain the and previously stopped tho ship had little engines or noway on her The man in the boat endoavoured to out keep of the way but seemed to get confused His boat drifted on to tho steamer, tho wheol, Bhghtly striking 'Ihc sudden shock threw tho man out of the buat, and he to riso once was afterwards close to tho only 6ecn aftorpart of the thip Adams Captain at oneo throw a life buoy overboard and two were others thrown at the ëamo time, and although within reach of tho unfortunate ho man, rundo no effort to savo himsolf Tho boat was lowered but no traco immediately, of tho poor fellow wat to bof ound. Ihe punt boat «as picked up and towed to tho shore, and further seeing no assistance could bo rendered, and tho Coonenbara m a criucnl Adams being position, Captain deemed it prudent to proceed on his ihe morning voyngo rr"vioUB Adams was Captain a passenger h, tho Morpith ¿own thorner On the puntman coming alongside-tho opposite side to tho ono he did this morning, which was the talo and proper tido to come Adams remarked on-Captain to Captain Budd that it was not eofo to stop at this paint on aceount of tho cross set of the ouïrent cauecd I y tho two rivers It would meeting seem from tho circumstances (hut tho unfortunate! man on came tho wrong side of the which no doubt led to his untimely sltamei, death FOUND DHOW NED IN THE HARHOUR The Coroner hold an inquiry, yesterday at the morning, Benevolent Asyium, Pitt-street South, touching the death of a man, name whoBO had b unsnov.ii, body en found thit morning in tho hurbour floating Senior constable lhompson that dejuccci about G o'clock that morning, from information received, he went to the Pacido Wharf, at the bittom of Druitt and underneath street, the wharf, near low water n arl, ho found tho body of a man lying on tho faca with tho toes embedded in the nind tLo hands wore in front, and huh open, with tho assistance of a roan named M Culloch he lifted tho body and turned it faca upwards he ¿¡»covered that hfo wa« there a extinct, was ¡,roaf of ejuanlity froth from tho nostrils coming and mouth, nr t a small of blood on tho nose, a quantity rap was on the head tho }cil of it rested on tbo forehead where there was a little ho searched blood, tho body, and all ho found was a a n halfpcnnv, knife, of tobacco, and an old pipe, fig it was lo» water at tho the wit er timo, had receded from tho body, leaving it resting on tho ground, whuo ho saw the thero would body not at full tido bo IOSB thin four feet of ho a water, procured und re dray moved the bodv to tho ¿lead houEo, Benevolent Asjlum, whero it then laj the body waa that of a m in a who vas to him, it und hod not stronger yet been îdem'iuia, it was drossed as follows -»dark sac coat, greyusû tweed tiou eerB faded (no vest), crimoan shn f, old blucher boots, cotton botks, and black cloth cop with hi wore peak, a truss and have appeared to been ruptured, from his drees it would that appenr he had been a labouring tho Pacific Wharf mun, was a conlinua'ioo of Druitt thora street, were no mai Its round the body from winch bo concluded that no had gono near to the pcrjon body afler tho waior had receded , bo did not de eel tau odeur of spirits about it Williim a M'Ciillcii, h bourcr at retidme, Druitt street, that 37, deposed about G o cloA buwentdown tbo inntmiiniDg lo Pacific Wnnf toa tendió bia werk cn board a brig tbo end of it, luugiit hu hud occasion to go under tho whai f and whilst there ha s*w vibieh he firct Bouicihrug thought vaB it oldcanva-", was lowwutei at tho tuno, when tho spot ho look a lowing second look, and discovered that it wau tho bolv of a ni n fi co ho lying downward, got down fioiu tbo wharf weit to tho other and got cbso to thaoli side, it, and pUisfied hiimelf ho did not touch the biilv but wini to tbo Coi trul Polieo station und riported th ilucnv Ihe ij , whnif was epen, nud hid no to i ruling (ho eleceated was a to bim étranger Ilia fui fair
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Mid Liverpool streets -ADV Tuition of the Carito of Callforrlan ox Je-ln Flour, of whom it account may concern Alio Qro-tuci Stone &.C-It V Btubbs and Co att»-r ion direct to of tilt at ubtiYi, tbo t«BB, tttis «»rnuig, at 1' c deck,

liowlinrr

DAMAOIU 1

ern

O11 1

1

clr

in tti's

tule

while

clearing.

COOMA. There The

is

a

rivers

Sunday

Hood

great

are

very

evening. Robertson

The

here.

The It

high.

mails been

has

since

raining Committee

Fund

Testimonial

TUESDAY. cannot leave.

sat

afternoon.

yesterday

MORPETH. TUESDAY. Mr.

John

of

Byron, of

boat

Hinton,

drowned

.was

whilst

the

mails this

upaetting a carrying the steamer at Coonanbara, Hinton, The bcdy has not been recovered. The river is again rising.

rained

TUESDAY. and is to-day feet again. The

night heavily,, several has risen but cloudy.

river

the

;

weuthc-r

last

all

now

fine,

the

board

morning

MAITLAND.

WEST It

by on

ROCKHAMPTON. TUESDAY. over with Corporation punt turned yesterday the passengers (including Mayor and Town also ten horses and other One Surveyor), cargo. England) and three horses were passenger (William drowned. The upset occasioned was by the pontoon The twelve

which and

the under being away supports engine repair, tide the chain. the punt The driving against time bottom remained for some upwards and then

eaiik.

MELBOURNE. TUESDAY. Mr.

M'Culloch's are to end negotiations likely Mr. Francis but nothing being sent for, yee authoritative is known. The markets are unchanged. Tue weather hag been Bhowery, and is again fine. 6 r.M. In the Assembly that it was stated Mr. M'Culloeh House had been sent and the for, adjourned

Thursday nothing further The who body of Wilson, ;

in

;

as

till

is

known. buried Newnear the skull has a hole in it otherwise corroborates the was

ADELAIDE. The

Flying Melbourne, Admilla

was

TUESDAY. from Mauritius Cloud, laden, to sugar went sbhore during a fog near where the wrecked crew saved, but ship breaking ;

fast.

up

Ihe

second batch of elections are now going election is causing excitement. great Mr. has received instructions to commence Geiyder (erthwith ihe valuations of all runs. The ki'chen has been established here. soup Small but lulle

Bales of e

wheat

at

ero

in úüih tant A i m Neuland

The r fc

Hen

(s

)

we

taken,

place

;

KOPATA.

Wo

FOUND.

havo from papers (ate tho folbwmg

Ha aid the Defenco

intelligence with into the Uriwera

mt«

Ilia

OF

DEAJTBODIES

THREE Ii

hive

2¿d.

HAUHATJS~TAKENPRISONERS.

FIFTY

the

5s.

ZEALAND.

RETURN

u

;

il'ering.

NEW

Bv

on

Poit

e

'1

Auckland extracts

to

from

the the

-

Minister

reference!

country

h¡>s

the

to

received Chief

tho

BopaU's

follow move

-

expédition, ga cn the 2Slh

from numbering 370 men, marched lui r of Tebruiry, the Ngatapi following nek Nothing of impertnnco transpired up to tho 5th of an reb, when passing old cunping grounl of Te Kooti B e n ti the remains of three bodies Hiugnroa, were found, LO doubt telugecs from JNgotapa Before Maun reaching CPI owhatu two parties of 80 mon each wore told off with irclcrs to surprise tho pah held hy To Pukeroa, which was the number trken, of prisoners in this captured pah trgetber with tboBO taken on the march, amounted to oO Tivo of tho caotured 'men formed part of Te Koota s icice athis late a most After engagement at Rotorua a march difficult harassing through country, during which two oily days were allowed for the force reached rest, Ohiwa on tho 20th, and Opotiki on the 21st. on of Kooti's late raid on Ropata, hearing Le Opape, at oree Blurted in is TUißUit, and, a though the country almost ii acccstible, he IB determined to push on his operations as fur as ho is able with the means at his disposal Maroh 23 Tauranga, To Kooli has piid a visit to tho Ohiwa, or destroying the boats und canoes to the taking there, belonging Arawus, tbeieby doting our communication by lund with Opotiki Ihe inouest on the body of the native, shot accidentally at C by tho lad, liiulkncr, Makotu, as, is, published, have b»on stated that the jury hardly complete It should wero tbrce hours to a decision, nearly coming it was then 12 o clock at night The was of eight jury composed Luropeans and four aboriginals the latter only being and idvewo to the accused, from private foehng only. on threatened Only boing to bo looked until the next up to the decision duy did the jury como they did-yielding to the four Mo one doubts for a mojient that the sad occur renco was a purely accidental ono. March 24 n Last night, stack of hay belonging large to Captain on tho road to the Gate Stint, Pa, and remote from any hnbi allon, was 1 urnt down. It IB believed to have bi.on a tho doings of H nu Haue, largo number of Maories having leen secu about the hanging town after dark suspiciously a rocket or Iwo ni0hfs eirnilai was Eince, something seen by the sentries on the Waimnpu, ascending in tho direction of the Gate abcut 10 at Pa, o clock Tho source and night. of the signal purrort aro unknown quito is now Opotiki ee Hemmei mp elely invested by the Hau Hau forces ia bv nlniott bio icaccess mountains, from the npproachablo ir tenor only by difficult and intricite known passes, only to the cannibal inhabitants ef the mountains, its will position a wi bo exposed till are y s the mount nners exterminated The road between is this and Opotiki stopped at Ohioa, tho scene of tho murder of Mr Bennett White This han ever been a rlace of terror to tiavellers, passed at full gallop by mull troopers and B Idieri with arms at cock and cipied the overhanging cliff giving terrible toan attnok advantage Iho liig parly and Opotiki passage is now baricd, is in a statoof actaal bleekado March Ohinemuri, 21 Tbo Waikato to with Tana Waharoaand natives, Huma, the King n mosBtntei, arrived hero again last night This the ling is 11} ing, notifying a is morning to be hold runanga to Iho cubicct for day conside-ation ia reported to be o is which to bo somowhat mcescge from the King, whispered to the fu\curable Ihe letter m a lato opening. published "Tuna lo newspaper, signed has baon talked Wuharoa," about between the Maories hero They eay ho had no to w rite nuthontv ßueh a letter, and if ho did write to Mr Puckey it should not have been published They say how could he open it himself, and a non-ovnor beingu stranger in Ohmeruuii ^ o hi voleen favoured by Mr J O Hamley vith a n inuiture view of tho medal for «rv ice m New Zealand On tho eno ndc a uppears m of her half-bust, relief, MiijeMv, with suuewhut tho ludoi stile of head-dress a v a fuiniounted ith coionct, tho top ana baok (eil), covering of tbo head, fho end resting en the thouldois Tho ia lends as U6iial scnpticn -"Victoria, DG, Britt, rD On tho reverso is shown Reg, a. laurel wiealh, trcirclod by the following supcrecrip ion and motto -"Kew ¿ealmd, Vututis Honor Ino ribbon is three Etriped, and bluo, tho colours blue, red, being chosen TI e whole forms an excood ugly pretty and one docoration, has been that far from earned cheaply by its gallant "i

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wenrero " Mr Auckland, a fiom March

uol Bal cj lo'o a labourer at the Gas works, nrrvved about thico months nip, just recovering fit of insanity, and continued poifootly well till ho began to show symptoms of 17, when wandering nnd on Sunday, March ogam 20, ho wont into the bush, (ltd he was followed although within half an hour, ho could not be found. On finding that ho was not to bo s»en, four people went m k arch of him, but did not succeed m finding Lim till March when he was found by his brother, 24, Mr. Robert Boiloy, and Mr. Benjamin Sanderson, on his lying back with a razor m MB hand, with which ho appeared io havo committed suicide by cutting hw throat He wag left untouched till seen six by witnesses, whoso- namos are and by whom his remains n) pended, were carried to an out 1 cu»e, and subsequently intorrod on tho 25th " Mr Commifsioner Naughton is scudinrr, down a constable by tho return in ord,er to tout, inquho. fortUes lato thia matteri Eai.

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inquiry to-day, though not of a character. At special auction, Messrs. and Newton, Lamb Bradley, disposed of the of the Miako's damaged portion of Californian at full rates : cargo flour, much £2 15s. to £7 12s. damaged, brought 6d., £8 17s. 6d. to £10 12s. and some slightly 6d., Home

lots

of sound at £11 17s. Gd. to £12 2s. of China ex produce, Dashing: but the Wave, was offered, sold, only portion was a of assorted from quantity widths, matting, four quarter to six four at quarter, 8£d. quarwe ter, 6Jd. sale, hear of trade By private transactions in Adelaide at flour, yesterday's and Californian at £12. Adelaide wheat is rate, trifling

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changed meeting of the

committee of the was Commerce held at the ExMr. J. B. the change, to-day, "Watt, chairman, 'Ihe following members were also presiding. :-Messrs. Alexander present J. 8. Learmonth, Charles Mitchell, Smith, John George Thorne, B. Molineaux, and Robert Keep, Rome. Letters were read from the Hon. the Colonial special Chamber of

the Hon. the Colonial Treasurer, for of bills permission copies ininto Parliament to merrelating cantile and maritime affairs to be supplied to the Chamber at an early Btage. Messrs. Thomas S. M. C. Mort, Machardy, J. T. Hamburger, and O. L. Meyer were unaniof the Chamber. mously elected members The Customs and Marine Board Bills proposed were but the full consideration of partially discussed, them was those bills not deferred, being likely to be brought to forward further this any stage session. The proposed amended Stamp Duties Bill was then considered when the generally, was instructed to secretary communicate with Messrs. G, A. George King, Lloyd, Henry and James Watson, to Clarke, for those arrange to meet the gentlemen committee on an early day upon the subject of the clauses of this bill. Messrs. Brewster and Trebeck will offer, by auction to-n.orrow, the Gyrah Wedneiday, New station, England. The Melbourne Argus of Friday reports Secretary granting troduced

and

:

A great of animation look to continues tho pen-ado import mnrUet generally, and wo have ftiw salee: of importance to refer to to-day. are BroutlBtufU very firm, that notwithstanding shipments to Sydney have ceased the Tho entirely for prcBcnt. ac miind flour for local for hus slackened somewhat. Thoro purposes is-, no however, change in a steady price, of quotation jClli» to 12s Gd £11 beingmaintained. on the other Wheat, commands a hard, lid to 53 ready sale at ii to Id, according quality, the latter figuro be'intj obtained for Wangaratta. 8alea in lines of 31)0 to SOU bugs are reported. Maize metres tlikewiao with an active trade at unaltered rnr.es. Sales inquiiy aromado ot-lato 4s]i{!d, and s-tocks are now gottint? quito cleared out. Oats aro OIBO wanted a ; line of 500 bags wa» pluoed tit 3a 7d for a fair and aB as sample, much 8B 91 is paid for Huer We a qualities. noto fur good inquiry fine congou tons for trado purposes. Numerous solea aio mentioned ia lots at Is fiv.ni 9d to le 10(1, Chinese oil commands moro in attention, of tho consequence non-arrival or supplies of We late. hear of several hundred cases having change-il liando ut 4s 3d, lIolderB duty paid. havo thus in succeeded establishing the rate demanded for some time bnok. Corn Backs are ; we quote 11s, Gunnybags, however, evince (lansiderublo neglected animation, arid salesbavebccnmadnas high as 8s to 8a 3d. Corni Joruulo is activity springing up in sugars, Wo hear or smm IUU0 birr«, in bein parcele, having disposed of privately, chiall v fine wiuio at prices to £11 to £11 10s. cryetius, risii.g Samo V3U0 bags, tho of the damaged poition Clara Sayers, were soli ut middling prices.

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Nebraska

IB now laid this up in port, awaiting so OB to Australia soon it proceed may bo deemed for her so to do She will probably bo tho pioneer Bhip of the lino Sh9 is well known as a magnificent to her owner. vessel, and will do full credit No Buch Bhip over has in the Australian appeared and should waters, ehe sho will, use an proceed thither, to in expression common .' that tho nativos," country, surpnso There ii>, however, one which Mr Webb underdifficulty stands, and it show a the wisdom with which ho hin baon counselled that ho is awaro of it, and has long since determined to Hitherto overcoruoit tho Governmont at Melbourne has kept aloof from any movement to the looking establishment of Buch a Uno, because she foarod that it would bo so worked as to inj uro bor central and proBost commanding position as the of tho Australian entrepot inter colonial trado Tho a fact m commercial IB, sonso, Molbourne as as is Australia, much Pans is Fiance m a political one. Mr. Webb, therefore, some time einoo, an dispatched agent to Melbourne to fix tho up matter to suit the views of tho Government thoro A ill Ceilamlv, Melbourno bo mado the tormmus of the lino and any reasonable request its Governmont mav mako will bo complied with Mr Wobb feels M to that that essential fhe working of the lino The eteamers will however, not be delayed for that tho difllcultv reason, as it is billeved will lo overcomo by tho tima the Nebraska machos Melbourne Tho only thing that now ia tho mattor to delays ascertain what the Governmont at Wasuiupton may do in a tho way or for carrying granting euboidy tho maila that or that is Peeing all, nearly all, would requited ha returned in it would Iho shipo of poBtote, not bo « tay stretch of liberality to volo that great which wi'l com back again in another To further tina shapa mutter of fho right thing lins subsidy, been dono m tho right way In our tho following resolutions Legislature hive laeu General ond aro 1 reposed by Betge, to orno up this evtn mp for discurr-ion -"Mr tho following Botgo offered con current which wan to resolution, lefcrrcd fho Comnufc'eo on Federal Ro'ations 'Whnrens notion ia "about ba taken to Iho British by Governmont and tho Australian colonies to place tho Pacido upon Ocean u lino of steamships to plj monthly betwoea Mel bourne, Australia, and San Francisco, California, tho moat observer will superficial readily percetvo that such a line of steamers will go largely towards the Pacific plaoing Ooean under the control of the Governmont under whose they flag sail. It is evident that such a rosult in timo of war would prove most disastrous to the United States. Tho ship yards and machine shops, for tho consti notion and repairs of thoao vessels and their would bo located, machinery, did the Uni ed States control tho line, in San Francisco, givinir employment to hnndiods of meohanics and labourers, adding to tho business largely and woalth of the city and Stato, and whereas, ip theso of meotatfuil, {unes apicultura^

MONEÏ

:

days From this it appears that tho matter has tokon a definite is decided upon, so fur as th°so specushape, and the route such a matter. lative can fix projectors Then a statement has reached this that tho pro city are about to transfer certain of pnetors of the Cunard line to the Paciüc their steamers from the Atlantic Ocoan, with a view to the proposed route from San Francisco to occupy been poBitively asserted that tho and it has even Australia, first steamer will Lo quietly from Ireland dispatched lnja If this be BO, Cunard means to day or two evidently IB reuli/e the value of the oldadago, "It the early bird that " catches the worm Thoreis to believe that reason, however, In other words, h ro this basto is moro than real apparent is tho strongest that this talk about ground to suppose is in to frighten off such immediate action indulged faking e thcr If this be BO, it will dofeat itsolf. competitors. lhere men concerned in this the speed of whoso are matter, movements will be rather accelerated than retarded by talk referred We have very of the nature to. strong ground to dono by an English Com« say that tho moBt that has been to Australia which left pany has bten to send by the mail as London on Triday certain to carrying out proposals last, a first San Francisco. It may too, that the line ti« be, be Bent to Melbourno class steamer at onco from may with and are thoro Liverpool freight pa»sengers (which so as to be in readiness if tho Colonial obtainable), always Government should fall in with the proposals sent to them. It they should not, such a Bteamer would back got freight under any circumstances, and so nothing, would bo again, lost there is littlo by her trip. This, doubt, ia the moat in that has been renliy proposed England yet, telegrams to the That ard letters contrary notwithstanding being aie ahead in so, Amencan Bteamship proprietors certainly as will hereinafter this matter, appear at It is that there aro least two different steamknown for tho line, who are competitors and within ship proprietors tho past two days it ia s ud that a thud and formidablo one in New Tiork Tho two has arisen competitors who aro the field Messia and in are and open avowedly Holladay of this and Mr W. H Urcnhani, eily, Webb, of Now ïork Tho former it is ßaid, gentlomen, to Bond proposo to their Honolulu steamers or present through Sydney, to connect with a line from Honolulu Sydney By way of it is understood that a stçimer his muking commencement, in been chartered called the Claud by dney, Hamilton, and that sho ia already on the way to Honolulu, and thit h r and mails may bo expected in San 1 mncisco paBsengera on ihe 21st February It is to bo feared that by tho Idaho ibeso utcpB have been taken with moro haste than spood. Not a little of tho chances of tho success of the lino for at dopends upon the impression th it is passengers, least, made at first. Interested will try to decry parlies thorouto It is the highest dosirable in degrf o, therefore, that tho first steamers should be hrst-class, that men good at the Australian end Bhould have tho business in hand, and thit of any kind should take placo no bitch For thoso reaaona it is to bp regrotted that tho hrat stoamor to como through a thould be tho Claud Hamilton, vosael that is looked upon as so inferior that sho fails to find employ mont as a ooaster m Australia Had the parties heroheen well informed on the subject, that the oersona who thoy would have known havo sent the Claud Hamilton forward have tj on "axe gund," and that thoy aro about the last who would bo a lino a sucecs to moko such Wo speak entirely likely m the interests of the trado of this port, om only desire being so an that nothing shall be done to mar worthy enterprise, in and that the end the lino shall ono provo a successful It is also a matter for consideration whether suoh compara small steamers as those betwoon lively running horo and Honolulu aro sufficient for tho through route No onohav ia of what icg n knowledgo required by tbo necessities of tho trade can possibly that thoy are sufficient say with truth us in Let moko no miBtake starting Buch an enterprise as shall lead to failure Depend upon it our every movement will bo watched shareholders by the wealthy of tho Ponin eular and Oriental Company, which at presont monopolisoa and our ovcry weaknoBB will bo pointed out thetrofhc, Tho last, but by no means the least, of the compotitors is Mr W II and steamship Webb, the wealthy shipbuilder proprietor, of New lork Mr Wobb rocently paid this a and although it waa city visit, not known at the timo, yet it was a fact that hiB buainesa rolatod to this inattor of a steam line to Australia establishing Trom the facts that are it within our ia safe to say that knowledge, Mr Webb is as far ahead m tho progress he has inado in his as ho is in his capacity to negoliatiena eff the ctivoly cairy lino out have the Governments Already of Now Bouth New Zealand, and Queensland Wales, themseh os pledged Lis a certain to to pay With agents subsidy hia woll hnown influence at Washington, and with the stepa ho has taken there, is ulrcady it pretty cortuin that ho will ootaia our Government any subsidy may offer. Iho great of Mr Webbs capacity steamers aro well known m Certainly thoy cannot bo beaten point of aocom or modatien Ho proposes speed to put the following steamers cn the vi/ route, Nebraska-Al at 2143 tona Lloyds, 3000 register, lons builder's 850 horse measurement, power 28S feet , long and 41 feet beam , built in May, I8G7, and averaged 15 J knote on her trial trip N°\ada-Al 2145 tons 85 inch 12 register, cylinder, icet s loltes 284 feet on main and licensed deek, to carry 83S pasBergers, averope speed on trial 15 knots, and trip, built in Deccmbei, 18G7. Dacotnli -Al at Lloyds, 21o0 tons 281 foot register, 83 inch oyhndor long and 41 feet beam and 12 feet stroke, licensed to carry 720 pas engcrs do Cuba-1027 660 Santiago tons, horse 237 powor feet 38 feet beam built long, in 1801 and rebuilt in 18G7 Theso boats are unequalled for speed, accompassenger comfort and modation, and wore built safety, originally for the North American Steamship Company, rogardlosa of The orders désirai

AND

TUESDAY

i

has exhumed been if made and by a pick, confession made in England. er off)} Elizabeth a child Lever, charged with abandoning whilst under her care, was acquitted. The Mauritius to Melbourne, Cloud, from Flying with a cargo of sugars, was wrecked near the totally locks where the steamer Admilla was to the lost, north of Cape Northumberland the crew are all ; saved. advanced 10s. on Sugais at auction to-day yesterday's prices.

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Ibis (alcLtcd w«3 MADAMF AM>A ßibiiui songstress un to Mr American, of quiet gentlemanly mniiitd Schultz, on that thoy lived tho beat torms ddrces It is well known bo credited that there is here, und it can therefore iciircely which foundation for tho following paragiaph tbo host ai in Trmcitco JJulletm ot tho 15th Janu the San pears _« her husband w ith Madame Anna Bishop, charging ",y " has asked tho Now York Courts for a divorce iLiiilelity, A JEVVIS'I BURIAL GROUND AT Co-v-EcitATior, 01 of COOMA-On tho 29th March, tho members lueedoy, in Cooma, assisted Hebrew persuasion residing hy Rabbi L( vi, of Sydney, performed important duty. Adjoinavery near Cooma Creek tha Mona) 0 Church, (siys ing Christ is of land as cemeteries Meian a quantity apportioneu f/) denominations land half varions Of this an acre /or the ia a bunal foi tho members of th set IIB place opart of Rabbi Levi Coonil Hebrew The visit to persuasion afforded thq and that opportunity, sought, gentloman, C Sobmon, D Moses, J Mjers, accompanied by Messrs G Cohen and D Lazarus-, to the ground so sot piocceded there tbo land was marked out, accordOn arriving apart. had been After the allotment ing to tho plan provided. measured and tho cornel driven the correctly pegs in, Tho Rabbi first of consecration coninien-ecf ceremony read the Afternoon Service, at tho conclusion of which in attendance traversed tho ground he, followed by those as tho 17th, 20th, 26 h, three times, chanting thoy proceeded tho first of the 119 h and tho 30th, 3Stb, 42nd, sixpvrts David Lazarus the responses OlstPsnlms Mr chanting On tho comer tho third time, oral reaching prayers wero a said which tho ceremony conclu in He-brow brought to th F.epreenntin sien. 2he Rabbi then uddresscd English, forth the importance of tho duty they hadju3t Fttting perfrom which such formed the tradition ceremonies wero it vas lulen and observed, and how neceasary for thom to themselves of bunal of thoii avail places for members pcr suosicn The form of "opening a grave," we WBB beliovo, lien and ono of tho members m gono through, present, etiutUd short distance made a small hole somo bj the Rabbi, from tho corner of tha allotment Ihe Rabbi then ptg vrero to inter tho deceased memgnvo instructions how they of Ihcir and south bers peronasion,-north Tj-nim ic STonvi AT TAMVV OHTH -The Examiner gives the of a very storm following particulars hoivy that at Tamworth on occurttd Wednesday last -All day clouds citot themselves on tLo bills to tho aad pled ard, hung over surnmii until about half-paßt tbeir G o'clock, ominouf-ly when the dirk mns«ts wero lllammed FUi'dculy by vivid m und tho rain routed dawn a perfect htbtning, torrent, in our euch OB has novel been burptlased it win cxpt-riouce a storm m (0 oil similar that recorded in our respects issuo of the 6 hmstnnt Before tho torrent of witer rcaohel tho which lies at the base oi tho hill», tho roar of the township, numtr UH could bo distinctly surchniged gulhc« heird, and (bote vho had experienced the previous visitation at onco took bit ps to move themselves and till of their household were in Rooas iib lu lr-ss danger cf inundation tima,hoiv cvei, tbnn toke« to writo the=o lu.»«, the waterr-ours1") it themselves into thomam street, over it emptied rusamg in various with v mid terrific a pints lohne, putting stop to all tri flic while the btorm 1 »steel-about In fact, threo was to cio°s quaittrsof an hour-it tho roadway impossible tv en on horseback without to lite great riok As a matter of eiuiso nil tho houses} on nearly tho lower eldo of tho nrp street-which in manv enscs lower than tho roadway vero UiUndatod bv a rush of witter thit could nothing impede, and it swept them with through great violcnc» wau su In UHR lustonco tho full sudden, and tho forco and so violenco of water that many p rsons great, were wholly unable to mov 0 any ihing out ot re ich ot Iho Hood, and very ia preat doniogo has been dono conwquenos. All tho a mentioned in is uo us dwellings previous havinr» been wero stbmcigcd in ngura placed under water, many plicas it is to n depth of l8 inches, ¿nd when remembered that (hese unfortunate people hid lily just got their promises in tennntnble after bet-n flioded out cindition, having for iho third time, their por-ition will be readily comprehended DROVVMKO or rôtit HORSES IN THE NAMOI,-A at rnlhtr serious uccident otcurred iho Manilla crossing River on placo of tho lVhmoi Saturday lust the (stys Tan north lu a Escan mer), earner named Homson ppeurs «ho was loaded with goods from Messrs Cohen and Levy to cross vvhilo tho river waa in attempted ti and in lod, order to do this tho more had obtained securely, tho assist enco i f a tt-om second of hoi sos belonging to another carrier who All went ncoompomed him woll until tho middle was of tho river when ono reached, of tho horses lecomo reEtive, got its the traces, in legs ovor and its endeavour to e\tncate itself was down tho swept river and drowned Three other hors s were aläo drowned at tho some time the Fortunately loading was and saved, lacdid on the opposite bank. eventually MANSLAUGHTER Wo (Tannum th Examine) J havo heard of a very uffur disagreeable occurred at having by which it IB »cn-ubri, rumoured that a man named wo ] ni ey los.t his hfo From what can of the gathor it tircui ibtances would appear that on tho al h of list n cnth deceased WIA in with another company man named in ^tialtun Mr Turner's wo-1 fhop, when) Stratton erased to fall w un his head on a wooden Lnhcy with greit sleeper co that the lutter a loree dted ibout week or ten days aftei woids In consequence of tBofbods, iti communie in with tLeCoroneror with Iho police becamo difliculr, and before an inquiry could tiko the deceased had been dead placo abtut ten when the body had to bo exhumed. dayi, We undcrfttnd that tho Coroner s has returned a jury verdict of riiiinshiughtfr, and thut Stratton is in now at custody lut wl ether ho has b-rn Gunnedah, committed we havo been nmibloto incertain DEATH DROVVMNGm A mnn named Thomas Cook in wasdrowmd the Mehi, at Moree, on the 11th of list m nth lrom mfoimution received by tho Tamworth j urnul, it would tint the docea=cd loft tho C iber appear 1 ae Inn on th( afternoon of tbo abovo day, for tho pu^po^o of bringing 1 aik a boat after somo taking men acro's tha which was in theu Hood. river, high Ho was not quito and on hin reaching tho orpojito aber, and rockies'lv bank, in ono side waq pettmtr of tho boat, it when tho capsu^d, deceased and two others were into piecipitated tho vator Two ef tho u cu were with difficulty but Cook was rescued, drowned uud hib was not found for somo divs after body it wi rds, whin wns buried without an thoro b"m» inquiry, co n ntislrato tor qualified medical practitioner available0 Ibo aicidtiit was witnessed tho by police, who wero unablo to niicr tanco ny abel litiGimuL CATASTROJ HE -Tho Roma corrc^prndent of mc of the Quintal ind iiixrs a and fatal says shoekirg let dent (ecuued theie A young mirried vornan named who rctiUd AvbUin, with her parents on tho outside of dime lhetovii, down on horseback to Gregory streot for tbi oi viBilmgn sister puri ose married On her leturn lim th( st lue pped neai lesulenco oi tho police magis'rato foi Ile puri obe, it is supposed, ofchortening tho stirrup litthti, und m so doing overl tlunced herself and roll Th" hoifi lnircdiatily bdtcd, and the foot of tho unfortunate vunian become ycuxg having in entangled tho stirrup bhe was 011 leatbir, to tho egod along the ground door of s bri f ither houBP, 'ho horse at intervals kicking furiously t her. TJp n bung extricated from this frightful position wns life found to be quite extinct, her bruns having ho»n 1 dushed out *i no (emily Ubual magisterial waa inquiry held Lefoio the pohca inuf,i"lrate, anu a verdict returned in iiecciriuree with the facts Piiii-r SHOOTING-Iho merah rs of No 2 Co. S B V Kill e hiltheir ihird fur qjutttilv meering pu¿o shootm". III the Vi hintccr n lillie liauf.e S iturd u 1 ibt Tua r-oii in mtttewen futunati hau 1i np of the como their (¡tors, f 1 it lai fee number of thu cjmpmy nttcndod to ehoot fur be in mm 13 manv of which nero friz s, bet, htnl very e ne We ¡,110 OJO nenies tnl prorcä of tho successful r m to wbit-h »irlitors, ndditieu quartir maBter Borgcant tai it 1rs n v, 1 j. in the Comj iny's bilver tho cup, heiog without hipbebt scorei points given Points 1 ¿u 200 500 COO. given. Total 1 Puvutn Birt........ 10 IL á 12 3G 2 Q M SH|t Giant. 11 12 12 0-35 3 l'nvtueil) mild 14 7 9.. 5 3o f ivuti 1 Waters 11 11 6 7 _15 r 6 Col tci Civireugh 10 13 ., 11 0 31 (1 Prwatü K upbton 11 10 12 ., 0 33 7 Bead U " ...... 9 3 10 U 8 9 " Linsloy 8 14 0-31 1 " Alleiton 12 4 11 ., .... 3 dO 10. 13 ., 10 " Douglas 6 ., 0 29 11. " Perry. 6 C 3 12 -27 32 f-eigeant 10 8 5 Sharp 3-26 13 PrivatoEllis Ö . 5.. 12 2.. -25 TIotmioLD Pianoforte Furniture, by Collard and Collard, Cut ein t I of lute, ¿c-TLo attention buyers is dircoted to Messrs Urndlcj Ivtwton, acil Lnmb's this sale, morning, at the corner of 1

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refineries have been Sugar two in number in already 1868, pro40,000 cwt. of sugar ducing more than the five establishments that existed in 1859. She of proof from quantity spirit produced Sugar, treacle, and grain, was 172,870 gallons 5n 1860, and 77,-131 in so that the in1868; crease in the number of works, which must, Tve be distillery is attended suppose, works, With a smaller of distilled, quantity spirits lhere were some and comrectifying businesses from to pounding 1861 1867, but these seemed to be disused. The business is brewery From improving. 1859 to 1863 breweries from 8 multiplied to 15. Some adverse influence must have borne the trade in the upon following 5-ear, for such works then numbered 8. In 1867 were and should they 17, we be ever able to reduce the temperature by artificial at such ¡means, a cost as to make the process to economically applicable the guild brewing, will larger, grow and more doubtless, important. Confectionery manufactories now number 17; coffee, and spice chocolate, works remiin as were. The they assortment of works for the manufacture of diinks, from ginger-beer to "blacking," embraces 64. Throughout there «eras theacolony to be but one jam malting establishment. Our supplies of this ¡material are from chiefly South Australia, ko. England, We next come to the material and b-iilding plaster manufactories. The brick-yards show a from 1859 steady increase of to 212 in 30, 1868 The production of lime is similarly stimulated. Potteries, tile-works, and saw' îmlls are all occupying more ground and engag ang more hands. Machine manufactories, brass, lead, and iron are not more works, numerous than but they were; we imagine that what has been lost in number has been gained in Size and Thus importance. the mechanists' and engineers' works have decreased from 84 in to 1867 60 in 1868. In 1864 there Were 66 of them. We inacsuspect some curacy ia the returns here, Th,e iron, brass,

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EtiHHir COUKT Master's this Office, day, at 10 30 Ko A v E Wael cchntu a costs Spmwll Cirupboli, taxation At 11 30 a m, Marchan* t adjourned Rayner, evidence aeljourn'd v DISTRICT COL HT-Kemi n"fe BulEthcrington v Kooka man, Wettibj Sampson and anothei, v Palmor, Mcnser v Moss Caaos Cola v April and anothor v Holmes, Keen v Shortu», Goodlet anti anothor Elmslie, v Biddle, Wakefield Pote v loi ret ter, Pi lend and otkoia v Allcroft Shino v Dundon, Koop v Xhorpo, Joscphson v Cur ningham v v INcile!, Artlott and another Clare, Toäter, Scott v Scott v Hannon v Taylor, Vernon, Hotelier, M'Jntoshv Clark v He-nneBBy and another, Dunn, Mad dock v Pearee, Crompton v Solomon, Morey and another v v v Wanning, Dyer v, Ogg, Merriman Clogg, Kelly O Neill v \ Cimpbell Bleakcy, Merry weather M'Millan, Huiit v "Vi aldron, Peters v Logue

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meat, making tallow, fellmonger preserving and the like, which, tanning, judged ïng, amount work evidenced as of done, hy the a increased whole We considerably activity. to mow consider another section proceed ïn accordance with the arrangement adopted REGISTRAR-GENERAL in the Statistical iby the

word agriculture of Europe. For

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are stated machines, too, Quartz-crushing the figures number apply G6; but surely to establishments for and not achines, art is an them. Glass-making oi making with the sure thrive is to here, together

of the for the sake of colony some as to what will be opinion forming of the non-agricultural division the character as as of of the approaching Exhibition, well^ made within the the progress ascertaining sections of manufaclast two Two yenr3. those tures have been of, disposed namely, or connected with dependent upon agricula was in which increase ture, very great which arise out and those of observable; materials as raw are working pro up such öueed interest. The latter by the pastoral section embraces the manufacture of soap, and establishments for candles, cloth, glue,

to the States

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Ba?aar, at li und U o'clock, Horses, Vehicles, &.C. Suddlcry, CO -At Bvmo'o lard, St South Creek, at Mary'j, 11, Milch Cows Fat Cattle, Horses, &a. BTJTLLlt AND 1NGMS -At their Yards, at Eat al 12, Cattle; Camperdown Yards, at half-past 2. Fio;ieB. C. TEAKLE -At his Booms, at 11, Drapcy, Olotu'ng, IlaU, Hosiery, S.a. H, YADGHIN.-On the premises, Cook's Elver, near tho at Dam, 12, Furniture, llanoforte, Howie, Harnees. Milch Vehlclss, Cows, &o. E. T S1UBB3 AND CO. -At the City Mart, r-t 11, F.our, Fish, 'Ceas, Groceries, Oilmen's Stör»», llioo, J*ms, Iruit, do, &.C C, WO0KE AND CO -At their Stores, at 11, GaaVunii-ed Iron, WbitcLmd, Paints, Colours. Sacks, S.o. EB.ADLLY, MittïON AND LAMBOu the Promues, corner of Dowlirg and Btrects. Liverpool Ilousihold Darlijghurst, at 11, Furniture andEtficts. Pianoforte, BKEWMKR AND TltEBLCK At their at RMim.ä, 11, tho Gvrub New Station, Wita Lngland, Sheep, 4-0. RAINES, AND TllhLVK, CO.-At Hurt's at li, Buii Uooiu), ntsb Clan Stores, l>o nee-Btrtct, Allotinmu uf Lana, Wool Ioomnoloo-fctrrct DAV SON AND LO -Attheir PtU-strcet at II, FatShocp. Yirdo, MOltT AND CO-At their Warehouse, at a (¿uartir-past 2, V ool, bkinn, Au li. D. COCKlSTJUti -At G1 rairomatta-Blreet. at 12, Toolst lurntry Lalho, Piano, í,o ; on tin C-round, iiai of Derweut Btrcet, Glebe, at 2, Allotments oí Ltud. A KOORb AND CO -At their Muvt, at 11, Books, Clothing, Draptry, Tnccds, Watches. io Jen-rllf-rj, Harness, AND LLLI6

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TEUHIBLE EXPLOSION.-A loartul nxpb ¡on of gun rowdci look at Martin's place, mil B frirn Gap, twelve Maneflsld. Tbo wero Aigus says;-Two waggoon proceeding to Jainitwon with a general cargo of uierchindt-o, and ono of thom carried koga of posrJ r seventy-two vvhioli exploded, tho t) shattering waggon piojjs,. and tho coot-nts in ecattoring; uti dtroothns, Iho shock waa felt a for tfistaiico of threa n»roj. Tio Jewell-was driver-.William blown to pieces, his hoad and arras in ono diroction being found and his leg« in a tio-j 10 feot from and 150 the ground, tho goone yards from of tho Four of tho horse* wero killen!. The» o hor driver Ioxplosien, escaped almost llOiuittrcd. Jvy,t feift «JÇWÇ, Wï fíM« f lilly burnt.} '

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California, February 1.) of commun past a aeries cations, fioni on Australian havo in tho Alla in appeared source, uftrence toan Australian slcam lino, whioh have boon the menus in of stirring interest certain co nmorcial up unusual cueles both hero and in (ho East, and not on this 0)ntin»nt, but also in ia At thia moment thoro a very England M Boral commotion and pro among steamship camp unes m 11ictoro regard lo Ino subject fao clear and eoavincinet wiro thnfacts and ligures of our correspondent that thoy at nee went home to the minds of business It wis soon men ihut an amount of traffic was involved in his suggestions bids to that fair grow into vast proportions Tlitiicrio our cmtincnt has been as a barrier acrosa thi direct ti act between and tho colonies England wealthy of Australia Oui Pacilic has bridged that barrier, Railway and now San Francisco from tho very naturo of her posia tion, con command trade to como westward which haB hitherto and has not only been the prmoi passed caBlerly, pil means of building tho wealthiest stoum up piobably in tho woild-tho Peninsular and Orion al ship company has also greatly enriched the channel Company-but along it which has passed havo boen the Very interesting calculations put forth by our on theso points, correspondent BO much BO that attracted the attention of the they havo in best authorities connection with steamships hero and elsewhere. seems to bo as to who Now, the only question shall tho line out Ihat there shall bo a line seems carry to bo thoroughly determined there apupon Suddenly to tho thoie ia awakenibg fact that pears to bo a general " it is a and that to bo money ' m tho sutgestion, going bi¿ thing in vhen a streik of Justas olhcr dais in Cilifornu was a so in aunfcrous wealth rush ensued, thi» struck, there all at onco a ii to bo ia that matter IB anxiotv spoci tuin out a which it is believed will Alroaly good thing there are at least four competitors in tho ii Id, all oa¿ci to off cany thoprire our In from in Wodnesday s Alla, tolegram LonJon, tho following was announced " he*e looking to the ostab A pri ] ct has been introduced a li bment of steamer and railway route from Australu andrew Zealand fein Frauctoco, Portland to London, vu It is (Ma ), and Milford Haven the tup (V\ ales ) thought these points m about forty may be accomplished through

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estabaie 2 biush'making number. There au 2 chemical works, lishments. Theie also caracid of being the manufacture sulphuric now. These inried on considerably pretty that all dustries will be glad of the opportunity ot them next will be affoidtid to August for at. well looked The establishments being

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Kititt HILLS-J ho anniversary of tho B urke streot oom mem by H last jrated AUi-lijan Ghuichnue, evening, followed moat fía v citing m tho echool-roomu, by a p îblic occaa on le ah of » (be church as tho mp m and, parto W H. ni of the Rev vnltelictorv character, consequence a 1 nutn t0 remove to Braidwood, 0"t irgor rgo linne,il)0U< ho unfavout lsons considiring lirei p wero pr.sent than, stato of tho e reata, would «1 le- weather, and thii mibcrablo At tho publie, ifbcrwieohavo loft then hunos meeting Covvlish iw and, berner tha trustoos Mr i hcmus preside!, cmbodud in his opining iddrees tha fluincial litiibiirtr, ni i fr povronts staten) nt Ihe income of tho jour of AJO a biLnco (olleciun for ¿Vc , mern the lighting, ling to mounted £3.31 19s 4d , 16K 7(1 from Itc ¡revicusvear, nth no to£3U9í d, leaving a balmco in ntdtherx] Id Ihm lu tusivo of moneys rocuivcd bund of £19 10 ii tho nc(.nt eilugcmcut of tha church md LviAiidcil in ellon vvi h tho church und Ibt tiubteu' lui lillies conn t( d and tho iluoit ulj cxpectod Ftbo liieuiifis, ort,an. £2100 Mr iwliabnw then itiivt, anicunttr proc-eodcd 1 contribuí to iho sevei ii churoh to Hate tho o iruuta as s r ftllo -r circuit purp isos, fnndB eluiinc eytur, X^O horn mmainis, £ao ¿650, «mi \ionii cillcciion, £10, mu i tract societv, bunday-aclioul, Uiwu ns,£lo0, a total CdoU-making ¿50 church fund, (ulurgeuient VVUB addressed tho Reva (f £122» The meeting by hen Rabone, and Gaud, bier Tines Vntkm, Henry H Mr Ihomas Roue tho William presented IfcJynick and a a valedictory aitdreBS Rev W H G coi go with a oi of his as token appreciation turfo of Hvcifignß two and labours hia inmate! ial churictir dtrmg yoara to tho referred rc&idtnct in th> circuit, and gract fully in various aiiifctonto lcieltrcd ways, but by Mrs Georg bun in with thu scbjol atDcnvling cuimecticn 3 csiuully in the strcel Mi torus, acknowledged Gtoi^e, fooling of tho ccrm tho itclitiss ment, i-nd reciprócate«! kindly wero to Mr mdiic-B "\otts of thankB piss-ed Jcason, tho tai, and to tho ludicB who provided tho ibipe-1 slcvvurd, in an for h s conduct the cLair, and tho meeting the thiuin in It ebo tld be mentioned that na« (life iho usual wa) a m several (Scellent of sacred music hu cbeirsuiiL, pice

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full. was Much has where the number said about monopoly in the trade ; but every tends to since power of restriction it, lind and this power be confided somewhere, must used. But it might be may corruptly sufficient checked be requiring by lo the first a license eligible aotice, and giving

increase.

gradual

a

i

foundries show and copper are Of these there 2G. consideration For our in

been

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would not innocence, tried prefer being before an educated to the investi man, trained galion of facts, and above the reach of irregular rather than by a number influence, of men taken from the ungeneral utterly communit}', with the acquainted of and facts, investigation with but little scope for the exercise of their

;

reasoning question,

;

coming

;

to

Bafe

say

two-thirds,

divorce, share of on

this

it

has odium.

subject which

States,

is

discreditable

to

us

as

the happiness Sun.

a

TRIALS

I

civilised

JURIES.

(From law Times.) a Canadian Parliament last year passed remarkable Act, Teiy making a radical change in the constitution of criminal courts by diswith A writer in the Canada pensing juries. Late Journal for November it is one of says, those strides in the full gigantic legislation which first and extent of is not at bearing fully perceived, .value

we

seen,

toot

ia

leÍGIS

long is

This

all

brought apt to wonder on the

are

placed stride

use,

in

aud

why

it

temple splendours some spiring

its

sanctuary

was

ceals

book."

statute

accurate

an

certainly

a

into

in

description and

;

of

the from which under the

The

table

here

in

a

Middleburg, Galileo is

said

M.

rate,

any rather informs

more

a

that

by times.

face

modern

a

to

possible

»

this

microsur-

one an ordinary complement for all coated with teeth, and these by discerned means the food can be of which and the of mastication undergoing processes the circulation of the Even digestion. r-ear blood cavities blood the larger time3 as these being fifty is noticeable, as the hearts and strong in proportion large vital horse and ox. the of the Consepuently and while their inaction is extremely high, to be these little seems most exemplary, dustry a thing is it to have any animals-so fortunate are

twenty

individual,

always introwith sleep ducing dispense to exist to be able They seem altogether. or the ice of the Polar in the tropics anywhere, or of other animals man, and seas, in the blood muscles. of our in the fibres Unhappily it swarm in in convenience to suits their myriads certain our the most mouths. It is apparently and the a habitat of of stomachs stimulants-can

number

trial

up

to

particular

tartar

be

to their

be

chet He

found

would

nairne,

not

them

call

microza be

probably

its

mainly

"

or

easy

existence

is

composed

ot

not, only,"

:

therefore M. Pou infusoria." to their

according and it would "protozoa," to draw the distinction.

Great and The Universe; or, the Infinitely Translated from the French of tt\ Ziitle. and Son. M.l). London Blackie *

i

is

As they are in infusions to the name

objects "

;

100,

species,

if

teeth,

recognised, skeletons.

to

;

the

of

the Infinitely A. Pouchet,

and

the

one

dreadfully

of

"Migrations

traveller at

Pouchet

now

kingdom. he is

levies

On the novel

more

thf-n

dues

his

whole, and

"

The

on

pf

the

elsewhere,

on we

ihe

Vege-

think

that

right, and tion.

in

his

particularly of Plants.'] as forcible times

The

original

Physiology

ôvè

sSjj,

of

phenomena

We

should

this

kind,

growth, the

secretion,

locomotion, treated ore

and in a

finally,

the

ia

in

in

the

to

find

foot

everybody him a very had dared to

one

of which

happy

be glad and to think

by the

manner.

volumes see more that well they were The binding of this is The type and paper even of the rule in and the lucubration,

to

public.

but not untasteful. render the perusal,

a case, Shelley's gratifying would adorn any drawing-room whole that is the desired pinnacle.

THE

HABITS

OF

LIZARDS.

and

Water.)

table,

Land

if

or

up

the

the

feet

of

smooth which

knowledge

tance.

hearsay, No

or

lizard

ROAD

him,

most

active

ROAD Contract

not

it

urgently

re-

there company being mo3t with by the enraged unused entomologist, that abound with is sometimes treated little

on

has

he

his

at

a

teeth

Conl

as

butterflies,

the

Their

vestige

damage they

North

Telegraph

in

of

Watch-houso, Court and

&c,

at

highly various

nutritious

and

roasted,

cooked

is

wholesome,

either ways, being or made into soup.

broiled,

o'clock

I

on

19th

|

act

LADIES

-Mrs. all

o'olocksa.m. on Tue day, 26th Ap.il.

Colonial Ointment and Storekeepers.

belief it is a common among glands, although inhabited by them the natives of the countries that they do. their are for These reptiles remarkable great of forms, differnumber of species and variety and much in habits and food, being widely ing distributed. of the tails of many species, The brittleness off being and the parts that have been broken remarkable. are very by a new growth, replaced the monitors and others The tail is used

by

Wife-" Oh, Alphonse Alphonse! head?" your the skin of is it that you persist " in wearing possible another calf upon foot ? your " " of remarks that the new Some hoirid man style the ladies is not It the hair dressing among good. the back of the neck, and interfere« goes too far dawn ?with

pre-empted

rightB

of

a

fellow's

arm.

Lowmoor plato tubes, 2 to 6 inch ; Hematite

rivets

iron.

May.

T)UMPS-Douglas's

12,

and

_CAIRD,

American sorewedfor pumps, pipo Wai Warnor's colonial ditto, ditto ditto ditto iron standard brass Unod pumps, barrel ditto iron and braes forco pumps, and singlo action, various sizos GALVANIZED IRON and lead pipe, blook tin Patent tube wrenches, tube cutters, tubo vices Lead vices, gas Blocks and dies GALVANIZED IRON, corrugated, in lengths,

iron

Ditto, o, Ditto, Ditto,

doubla

fi

W

to

feet

Ditto Plain TIN

Tar

DRUGS be obtained druggistB,

at each.

Is

curved

ditto,

galvanized

for tanks sheet zinc, sheofc lead IX, IXX tin, ; square

iron,

PLATES-1C,

11,

12V,

and 17 inch Sheet iron, peiforated kettle &o. zinc, ears, rivets, Tinsmiths' machines, and American English Tinsmiths' and plumbers' mntnrialo of nil kinds. For S. FRIEND SALE, and CO., by W.

SUTHERLAND.

(registered), lia pots,

ditto,

1S5,

H»'

181,

18Î,

Sydney._

York-street,

COOKING STOVES.-The hai undersignod SHIPS' now on hand the largest and best assortment in tha new colony, and perfect designs, and guaranteed for effl* and durability. F. R. oiency ROBINSON, Importer, Markets. re« 486, Georgc-Blreet, opposito Ships' stoves

all

paired._

Cod Livor Oil, and tasteless, OIL, cquol ccrlifled by the Hon. Dr. W. Hobbs, M L C May be had through any chemist, m bo ttlei, from J. BERKLEY, 4s eath, or wholoaalo to

,

EROSENE LAMPS.-WINTER STOCK NOW OPENED.-Now and beautiful at very variety to burn or from reduced prices, with without chandoliora, la each. F R. Manufacturer and Importer! ROBINSON, George-street. 'EROSENE ¿LOBES, in groat variety, WICKS; and CHIMNEYS. _

-

K1

Crd-board

and

|APER

LAMPS

THE

"

ECLIPSE

"

brass

for

holder,

SHADES;

and

PARLOUR ? Od each._,

which FARINA with

-This

most

wholesome

and

nutritious

a

POWDERb.-Storekeepers

SOAP for WARD

and CO.'s PRIZE. Thoy will and saleable) to the

last

always packet.

BAYLEY'S OF BISULPHITE

; London

and

Agents-Messrs. for

Now

requested AUSTRALIAN be found in

C~F

pBEHUVanON MEDLOCK

aro

celebrated

Kruger

Tower-street. South Wales-Messrs, Sydney.

to

ask

SHADE, 2s Gd.

R.

MEAT.

Towns

9,

R.

F.

in

3

now,

box,

18a

willi

ROBINSON,

and Chimneys, Globes, ROBINSON, 486, George-street,

all

48G,

SUNR, and King's reduced GARDEN SALE,

op.

F.

BÍZOS.

Markets.

STOVES, fot Cooking at prices. Apply C. Whately.Nowtown« Bathurst ARTRIDGE'S-"Galvanizing WORKS, SALE, Galvanized Tinned Tubs awl street.-On Buckets of a superior in any quantity. Largo au« quality Prico lists on application. count to wholesale buyers. Exeter

at PARTRIDGE'S

SALE,

ON-Corrugated tanks, all sizes, from 20s each

;

iron,

£2t>

for preserving half-register

Stores, Bathurst-strest per ton ; ridging, guttering, rain water stow, register ovens, l61. 10s ; colonial ditto, ;

WASHING

OHEEP-

MACHINERY.

Centrifugal Pumps: 1- 5 inch Centrifugal Pump, with pipes, &c. 1- 6 ditto ditto ditte, ditto 1- 7 ditto ditto, ditto 2- 8 ditto ditto, 1-10 ditto ditto ditto, 1-13 ditto ditto. ditto, Soaks and Swims, with all the latest improvements. tho jet on the most approved plan for adjusting Spouls, of water, and light for carriago. very compact «a Parties about erect machinery to sheep-washing vats tha Waterview to inspect the above, at requested

Gwynne's

,

.

Works,

Balmain.___~~

Tranter GUNS,

and

6

Lefaucheux, central

recent improvements, A. FOWLER, General

to

316,

Iniportor,

l8

te

wita« landedVi

just Caattaoagh-Bireet^

O

MOLESKIN

shots,

&a,

fire,

R

c

AMMUNITION,

and

REVOLVERS,

K

W

TROUSERS bo

may

RETAIL from and STOREKEEPERS, and WHOLESALE

PURCHASED DRAPERS

ALL

WAREHOUSEMEN

ALL

and

IMPORTERS

in THE

ELLWOOD'S Light

as

pith Prize

COLONIES._____<

AIR-CHAMBER

HATS

FOR

INDIA. (Ul turban durable and comfort»««« Medals-1862 and 1865 Exhibitions. :

soft

,

as

;

CAPS, AND HELMETS, oi manufactured at tho works description J. ELLWOOD and SONS, Great Charlotto-streot. S., Beadon. AT/ Polico Force. Helmet to the London contractors] holmets and caps with latest improvements. aU rMP*' J. ELLWOOD and SONS' gooda are kopthy able traders and storekeepers. HATS,

every

good

PATENT LIME. and Borrett,

pattern.

from

BURNERS,

food

flour combinaof tho oom m preparation farinaceous substances, will be found tion two other beneficial and for invalids and children. agreeable highly Sold in packets Is each, and prepared only by A. J. WATT and CO , 531, Georgo-Btreot, Sydney. is

now

CHANDELIERS,

George-street._.,

,

Agents

and

PATERSON,

,

|

f

feet,

stcol

iron,

a.m., Tuesday,

o'clock

,

condition,

hoop

;

ÍRÓÑi 6

3rd

,

!

the

«izos

CORRUGATED and Morowood's, 26 gaugo

on

11

FULLERS EARTH, in 6d, and 3d, tho celebrated or Polophylhn May Harm's cockroach boxes, Is Gd wafers, Applo pills, in Is the Russian 6d, genuine isinglass, packets, " cod liver for indiozonised oil, compound rhubarb pills, " betol nut " dentifrice, gestion, Is box, the aroia or Is for infants when teothing. packets , soothing powders " the acetato of iron and glycerine," tho new bair dye hair to its natural which restores giey only preparation in concentrated essence of bottles 3B Cd each colour, 3s Gd, and Jamaica for flatulenco, &c , in bottles, 2s, ginger, and chamomilo flowers, 2s Gd 6s each , essence of ginger diamond for mending broken Hruris's cement, bottle, INSTANTANEOUS euro china, ¿lo in Is bottles, glass, Is in bottles 6d cod liver od with for each, toothacho, m bottles tho UNIVERSAL baking powder, quinine, suitablo tho uso of for 1B Gd and 2s Gd each, and in jars Warno'a mdiarubber hand oraolliontfl, eV.c squatters, and Manson's celebrated soap bags;alpaca, sponge, from direct glycerine soap, importod transparent TARINA, the most and nutritious Germany egreeable and childien, in packets Is each , Duval food for invalids Trcrts superior cosmétiques. and CO , A. J. WATT 534, George street, Syduej.

!

on

M'Lcan's, lengths,

STEAM ENGINES.-' and 16 h.p, portable steam engines shearing machine, ploughs and harrows Bourdon's pressure gauges, V. I. R. sheets and .belting Turning lathes, 7è, 9$, and 13 inch centros-from 12 tD 29 feet beds Drilling machines, colton waste, Brighton lamps. PATERSON, and CO.

,

!

J

-

10,

in

FIRST

'

and MARTIN'S BLACKING. Tho undera for Day and Martin) signed (agents aro prepared to trado orders for Blaoking of their manufacture, at discount off liff. YOUNG and LARK, George and Margaret streets,

Punching

TO

In

UNDERSIGNED,

and CO. TEAM HOISTING ENGINES. 46 cwt. and 35 cwt. hoist, of Alexander Shanks an! Son's manufacturo Fencing wire-Ryland's, and Jos. Rowell and Co.'s,Rover XL brand-best annealed drawn-Nos. and 1% 6,8,10, Galvanized wire ropo, woolbagging, seaming twine Blasting powder, castor oil. oakum, candlewick, PATERSON, and CO. _CAIRD,

"

or

postlreT *' P

and Sowhern Rochegrieo Vineyard Company brandy, ela* in and pale, and quarter-casks, ia caseB pilo s Martell and Henncssy's brandies, in bulk, dark and pal« Ditto, ditto ditto, in caso, palo; also Hennessy's threo star old lino palo brandy Preston's rum, Renew, JDKZ, and Koy, 3 gallons alia ; capsuled and labelled LowndeB's old Stewart's tom, whihky, bulk and caw Glenlivet in whisky, quarter-casks Dunnvillo's and Jamison's Irish whisky Graham's, and Do Costro's Carvalho's, winca port Bed wines, in quarter-casks and Gonzalez's Garvcy's in hogehoads, sherries, quarte« and octaves casks, Jehcns and other eheirics, in quarter-casks various in cases Clarets, sizes, Heidseick's, Moet's, and Roedorcr's champagnes Bocks and moselles ef different brand:» and assorted liqueurs. Maraschino, curacoa, STEWART, and CO., GARRICK, Macquario-plaeo, B. FOSTER'S and SONS' Alo (BASS'S), Pert«

_OAIRD,

Welsh's Female Pills widow) Had only 318, Caatleroagh-Bt.

(not

diQicultios.

THE

PORTABLE

OHEMICALSiAND

remove

ry*

BY

ALVAN IZED Smith and and 8 feet feet, Bar and rod iron, all Pig iron, boiler and Water socket pipes,

Bal-

OINTMENT.-To chemists aud

SALE

a liberal

Tuesday, April.

PREPARED Is packots,

INFLUENCE WOODLANDS ON CLI.MA.TE.-Another or instance of the influence of forests or woodlands on and consequently on has made itself rainfall, climate, felt in Australia. In many districts the trees have the been so cut 1863 wastefully down, that since diminished from of rain has gradually thirty quantity in the inches in 1808. seven inches to seventeen year which inyear-a period Up to July of the present cludes months of the seaBon-the two of the wettest fall inches In the colony amounting to eleven only. of moisture has become of Victoria the deficiency the Government has so that appointed an serious, whoso will be to prevent of duty inspector foreste, destruction of and establish the existing forests, nurseries of young trees in favourable situations: By of the this means the and beauty fertility country and the climate be renewed and increased, may than at We rendered mere agreeable present. the governmentioned some time ago that Dr. Muller, had shown that individual settlers ment botanist, could do much toward the a wooded country giving character seeds of the eucalyptus into by dropping of the in the ground at tho commencement cracks this advice be and the season. If followed, rainy measures of two Government succeed, meteorologists will have facts to record hence interesting generations of Victoria.-London AtJienoum. of the climate Husband-" is it Oh, Eugenie Eugenie possible, in wearing the hair of another woman that you persist

MERCHANDISE

USSELL'S ANEMOMETEU.'-Pamphlot P. ALLERDINQ, 25, Hunter-street.

execute

a.m.

J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE Vico-Chancellor Sir W. PAGIS WOOD stated publicly In Court that Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE was undoubtedly tho Inventor of Chlorodyne, that tho whole story of the defendant Freeman waB untrue, and ho redeliberately gretted to say it had been sworn to,-TIMES, July 13,1864, Dr J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne. Tha,Right HOD, Earl RUSSELL communicated to the Collogo ot Physicians and J T Davenport that ho had roceived information to the effect that tho only remedy of any service in oholera was Chlorodvno -Sea LANCET, Decembor " 31,1864. Dr. J. Collis Browne's Is Chlorodyne, prescribed by not scores of orthodox Of course it would practitioners. * a want bo thus singularly and popular did it not supply fill a "-MEDICAL 1866. TIMES, January I?, place. ia Dr J. Collis Browne's the best and most Chlorodyne certain in coughs, consumption, remedy colds, asthma,", &o neuralgia, rheumatism, is a curtain euro in Dr J COIIIB Browno's Chlorodyne diarrhoea, &o. cholera, dv. sentcry, colics, Dr J. Collis Browno's Chlorodvno. Caution -None " Dr. J Collis Browne's Chloro genuino without the words " on the Government Overwhelming medical 3JEO stamp. each bottle. Solo manufacturar, testimony accompanies J 1. Davenport, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, 33, demand enables the proprietors to London The immense reduce the price, it is cow sold in bottles, Is lid, 2s 9d, doublo quantity hitherto. 4s 6d, and 11s, containing ELLIOTT, BROTHERS. Messrs. Agents Sydnevi

in

~~~

AY 11

j

R.

boiled,

Toothache, prenaraTh? * Dentils, Pitt-street?

PEBBLE SPECTACLES^ (KT Best qaalitv. ALL 10s Gel PER SIGHl'S, PAIR. MAC DONNELL and CO , 320, Goorgo-slreet.

|

Dubbo Watch-houso,

ADELONG JAMBORUMBA. 1-70-Middle to Adelong cutta Creek. JOHN

23 Gd end Brisbane,

flavour,

for

SON,

GENERAL

I

YOBS.

Station,

DUGONG puiity Queensland.

of

Kelinf

Dr. EMANUEL INSTANTANEOUS and

_GILCHRIST,

|

U

Chemists HENRY'S

occasionally

excellent

flesh,

I

ROAD,

MIDDLE

fWVJ

JL

be«f

Ploughs, eingle and dov.blo, by John Gray and Co. One 8 h. p. portablo engine, by C. W. Young and Co.,' Perth One 10 ditto stationary ditto, by ditto Ono 10 ditto portable ditto, by Auston, and Co,.' Proctor, Lincoln One 12 ditto ditto, by ditto Centrifugal pomps, Bcrnays's patont Muntz's 1^ nails North British Colour Co.'s al) paints, boat quality colours, Fencing Nos. 8, 10, li, and 12, best drawn wiro¿ Kain o's blasting 48-lb. kegs powder, Woolpacks, twino sacks, bagging, Brown paper and paper bags. WATT, and CO.

District.

vHE AUSTRALIAN from all L respectable

the eaten by the are much however, of food, and in their every been

article

an

for

a

a

MEDICAL' a

(ha

Solo Agents for this favourito undersigned, ürst-dí« have several in splendid ehipmente, condition, for. on SALE, in trade parcels, liberal terms. JOHN BLACK and CO., Agents, SpriDg-streot, Sydney. _It, OR ÜI SALE, tbo by undersigned.

_

dis-

and in trying themselves in defending against, and a most their enemies, to escape from, the strength it to be; severe proves weapon a blow, or rather in giving and power put forth to or or from side side, in slashing lashing this with whip-like appendage would upwards, one to astonish who incautiously attempted any handle one of these animals in full activity. with which wonderful The they rapidity all and only those who move belief, surpasses their have witnessed disappearlightning-like can realise ance from sight upon being surprised of their movements. the quickness

for

repay commit.

of

ROAD

re-

for

of

ono

bottling,

o'clock a.m. on Tuesday, 12th April.

brutes,

;

bo

to

(GUINNESS'S). li

GOULBURN TO QUEAN BEYAN. 1-70-At Tiranna Church i-i-0-Near Inn Day's 3-70-South Inn Day's 4.70-West Tarago Bridge 5-70-At 2Itt Mile Post, Frost's Fence C-70-JunctionBoro and Queanat Skin beyan Roads, ter's Flats J. "CNow Road, on 4th Tarago Milo 8.7®-Tarago New Road, on 2nd and 3rd Mile Plain 0-70-Bungondoro 10-70-Brooko'B Hil!. MIDDLE ADELONG TO ADELONG. 1-70-Benzill'B Ira to Chinese Joss House 2-70-Chinaman's to cutt'ng Roach's Inn,

Contract

upstairs,

Had

hotel.

were

the

collect

turn

also

them seeing possesses poisonous

from

the

a

sought

;

from

Erection ranald Erection Repairs, Picton.

guarded by a posse of armed with and pokers the reptiles should escape

stubble field, scrubby green growing crop having These iguanas. animals, like

surface

are

GREAT SOUTHERN 1st Division, 3rd Contract 1-70-Doviation,

was

experience

over

Tho

Bridge

CLYDE ROAD. 1-70-Braidwood to Sugar Loaf Loaf to Nelligen. of Iron, Signals-Distanoo and

recep-

venture

years'

_

Supply Station Erection of a Court House, Gunnedah Erection of a Bridge, Mackay's Creek, road Young to Wagga Wagga. Repairs, &c, to Court-houso, Raymond Terraco Repairs, &c, Court and Watch-houso, Penrith Repairs, &c, Court-house, Dubbo.

constant occurrence, depending probably situation from the green leaves upon the altered or to the branches trunk of the trees upon which The called they feed. lizards, large of South feed America, iguanas, principally fruits and substances. upon vegetable much do They damage to occasionally are fond of the plantations, and particularly havoc the kitchen garden, great committing grown for vegetables among the much-prized the table. In some instances visits during their have eaten they so completely up every particle of green that what, the focd, day appeared before a well-stocked looks the next garden,

like of glass, with provided a structure for the same purpose. adapted at home or Little is known really generally are abroad concerning lizards that they perharmless in themselves, but are invariably fectly as venomous by all much feared and regarded than of them further who have'no fly,

warm

ofBco.

2-70-Sugar

almost

of them abound in countries; tropical they live inhabit various localities. Some species others are on the dry while deserts, sandy on inhabitants of the moist swamps always with ease, banks of rivers. great They swim are at in the and home forest, living equally in the branches of trees. The endless variety too much of form and habits would occupy or than allude to one two small space to more Draco volans the power of possesses species. or flying partly by the aid of a membrane of the animal, extension of the skin on the sides this Ekin being by the elongation supported sucker-like feet of the ribs. Others, by their to or walk on the and toes, are enabled run a

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out to he finds pinned only the pins, dry, the lizards eaten having up the already captured insects. Ihe lizards of by many power possessed colours, by the iguanas, changing particularly that pass much of their time in trees, is only to known those persons who have made these animals a colour they do not study vary their so much as the well-known perhaps chameleon, but the change from the most lovely bright is of frequent and green to the dull wood-brown,

lizard

stump-tailed

and

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of

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little very harmless reptile, and his absence from during temporary the hotel an servant inquisitive opened the box, and too much alarmed at the being and the sight quickness of the movements of the reptiles to close the out of the room. The %box, rushed arimals, themselves at finding liberty, began to run very soon of the staircase, to up the wall the great alarm, horror, and consternation of

every

geckos,

quired

showy, would

is

with

"

received

true, 56,000,000 be concernwe need not sceptical to for wonders he proceeds relate, ing the the nothing questionable except they involve of examination of such minutio. It possibility much has been revealed ia how by astonishing and habits of the microscope of the physiology our unassisted animalcules for vision, eluding the of which could be ranged along 10,000 as with of an inch, compliorganizations length which cated as that of man, stomachs,-of eyes,

I

filled

of

of

the

a

enlarge If

we

the

platts,

in

is

space in that point of six hundred time3.

servants frightened tongs for fear any of to the lower of part been that his services

tion,

maker, 1590; and spectacle to have constructed one. At Pouchet the invention places a too late. He than century

us it

scope

"

certainty at the rate

ALTERATIVE

confirmed

l'ublio

this

;

;

first

the

or

at

of

I

Nature

or rather they snatched, jerked held of their keeping tight victim, the head, the other the tail having by a number of convulsive efforts each managed to swallow abcut half the snake until the noses of the monitors came in contact, when suddenly the one that had the head part of the snake down bis throat, managed also to get the nose of his between his jaws; antagonist firmly then a most ensued which desperate struggle lasted several seconds, and ended by the tail end of the snake being it is to needless relinquished; add that the of the snake whole was instantly swallowed by the successful monitor. An adventure once happened to the writer while travelling. He had with him a small box

vessels cf the vine as in the crural ariery of this the horse; the fluid, production case in a in the of the birch, quantity one in the whole of equalling spring weight the the of the vital proof tree; origin of this action the of plants respiration the their the leaves, through transpiration,

suffi-

view

five

bo obtained

can

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lucky snake; at each other,

moderate

Birds,"

çirçulatipn

subjects

therefore,

must

it

wings flight

a

of

information Book II.,

of interest are points heads of the respective the kingdoms, geology and the sidereal planet,

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rapid 3600 is

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two divisions invite in the particular necessarily the Little." This of investigation Infinitely the is introduced by a chapter on the microscope, to Leuwen invention, by the way, he attributes extender who was but a of its hoeck, great are A microscope, as we informed power. by seen in the possession of CorHuygens, was of while in London nelius Debrell, Alkinaar, to in 1621. Debas mathematician James I. one of rell said it had been made Jansen, by

"

is at once proceeded and are both Crown with, prisoner the are adif not ready, or, ready, proceedings On that day the trial journed to an early day. is entered upon, but may be further adjourned of the in the discretion Judge for the purpose evidence of the Crown that of completing the has gone into his eviis before the prisoner to dence or the prisoner to enable produce further of which he was other and evidence, at the time on his defence not aware he entered as The rule as to material thereto. being to evidence ihe other and as proceedings,

or

means

the

feet

follows

it

:

;

"

"

Yet,

or

;

are to believe required estimate. The mind is if it to realise stupified these results. attempts The chapters on of insects, and metamorphosis on the intelligence of bees and ants, especially would also attentive We feel repay perusal. almost ashamed to of deny to these the status Even the reasoning beings. poor spiders are raised much our in esteem, and M. Touch et records that a M. lovingly a had of made d'Orbigny pair trousers of webs which lasted him a spiders' very long time. Four books more follow with the fanciful of "The of Forests," headings Ravagers the Protectors of Agriculture," the Archi-

jntotlie topçnetrqte and uplift the veil which conA prevailing lesson throughout is human counters are our words whose place and meaning little," the illimitable world of nature. refreshed throughout hy a spirited

and atmosphere of our universe. The plan at least is, exhaustive. ciently Holding antithesis above mentioned,

"

his

idea

the

six

time But that

"

"

fall gleaned, animal and

"

guilty," if the

"

"

general treated

and that the measure has been most received favourably by the Judges, the Bar, and the general public."' in the journal before menFrom the article statute to be tioned we find the scope of the this. Each local under Judge in Ontario sitting the provisions of the statute, and for every purwith or to the trial of relating pose connected created of record. No is a court offenders, are but the court sits sittings appointed, regular as from time to time occasion may require. as The clerk of the peace is appointed to act acts and the sheriff in the clerk of the court, same courts. way as in other criminal as the The of the court, respects

"not

thêm.1'

"

and

can

"

of

desire

ft

and great in disappear The matter is French and illustrated style, and well-selected engravings. intention to It is not our

gigantic legislation, of its beneficial requires strong evidence induce in this to country. operation approval in a which A position gives correspondent, the general bim an of opportunity learning us of the tells that the statute feeling country, introduced was by the head of the Government Macof Ontario, the Hon. Mr. Attorney-General

jurisdiction

itself.,

"

one

to of the charge, extends all offences nature at a a for which may be tried prisoner general to in other session of the words, peace," short of a every crime, capital felony, nearly if known to the law," and convicted, such as the law allows and the Judge thinks sentence be the convicted permay passed upon light is limited to The jurisdiction, however, sons. on such charges and committed to gaol persons to be tried consenting by the Judge. is this :-Within The procedure twenty-four a is committed to gaol for hours after prisoner notifies trial sheriff upon any such charge, the the of the and when the local fact, proJudge to proceed received and secutor is ready (having and papers which the examined the depositions him for the law to be laid before requires and an he informs the purpose) Judge, at once and under it the order is issued, the Judge in open is brought before prisoner of an Court. A formal accusation in the nature in indictment the offence (prepared describing the mean time from by the public prosecutor the depositions, is then read to the &c), prisoner The by the Judge, as the charge against him. that he is then informed the by Judge prisoner lias the option of being forthwith tried by the or the intervention of a Judge without jury, untried till the next court of general remaining session of the If peace, or oyer and terminer. the prisoner, as he has a right to do, decline the and demands a jury, he is remanded jurisdiction to be tried to gaol. If he consents by the Judge, to he is at once and called upon arraigned plead to the accusation. If the prisoner pleads guilty, is at once If his be sentence passed. plea

with,

how merely

it

which

donald,

nature,"

of

more

signification. that as

each division is course, but treated; enough is given too as somewhat whole, grandi"the of the announced, peristyle which lie hidden the mysterious

loquently

"

far

" »

Of

arrangement, but cursorily make the to

is

organism

never

size,

When one of these lizards finds nest of a method it has of eggs, the Ek'lful taking up an in its mouth is remarkable. egg The creature its nose turns before upwards, the crushing in order that the contents shell, may flow down its or throat should the a egg contain nearly hatched the blood young one, and other fluids are swallowed with the crushed shell and chick the long forked tongue thrust far being out of the mouth, on all reptile's licking up sides with great relish that may any particle have escaped at the sides of its mouth. Should a rat or other small m-mmal fall in its at once way, the monitor seizes and like a it, it on rat-ki)l>ng dog, shakes end knocks about the until it is stunned or ground and killed, then swallows it whole, sometimes its using claws to free the sides of the mouth from the claws or toes of the victim should they become, as theysometimes do, fixed in that part. The in the jaw exerted power by these animals is incredible, when the ribs and other crushing bones of the animals upon which they feed, and the determined manner with which hold they on can be only On one occasion imagined. the writer witnessed two large moniEgyptian tors a snake pounce upon of about fifteen inches in both length appeared and hungry determined to equally make a meal of the un-

exquisite madrepores sometimes these im-

No portion complicated. of with the proboscis compare of the common Man can boast 370 muscles. fly. who his whole life spent in watching a Lyonet, of single species discovered in it caterpillar, 4000. The common has 8000 fly and eyes, certain butterflies M. Pouchet treats 25,000. it as an established fact that so fine are the sensory of that organs ants, they converse by means of their antenncG. the strength and Consequently, of insects far ours in activity surpasses proIn the whole field of natural science portion. there is more than nothing the astounding number a of times can its fly in a flap wings second. We allow to an Almighty power infinite division o' but we are not as space, to admit that in time also readily compelled and little to have Him no great our

;

THE

when

insect

small

of

birds.

treats in a the very nappy manner of the insect world. Man generally himself that his anatomy is about the effort of div'ne skill. Yet that of the

highest

are

species

four inches in but length are said to attain from to six seven feet in length. Their mode of reproduction is vaiious, kinds many produce the young others alive, their eggs in a warm deposit situation and leave them to hatch out and provide for themselves. The such as the monitors larger species, of Africa and Australia, feed upon animal food, and their swiftness in to mo-ving enables them capture birds as well as mammals; they are as active in the the trees as on the ground, and they devour of eggs and of young large numbers

or

;

the three kinds

of

exceeding the larger

III.

flatters

Svectator.}

the

their

grots

Some

notice.

Book marvels

UNIVERSE.*

in

Iho .New South SVules, Ircnsurj, 1st April, 1870 nnHEASURY BILIS PAYABLE IN SYDNEY. .t 'I ENDERS »ill be received at tins oillco until noon of 'iUEfcDAY, tho Uth instant, fur 1'RríASÜRY to bo B-ILÍ.S, «sued under tho authority of tho Aot of 33 Victoria, No 8, to tho oxtont Parliament, of THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY-THREK THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED POUNDS (£313,200), secured upon the Consolidated Revenues of New South and Wales, to tho vi/ sublet following conditions, 1. '1 he Bills «ill bo dated 1st Slav, 1S70, and will b3 payable on 30th April, 1871, m Sydney. 2. Ile Interest wi'l bo iivo pounds per centum por annum, tn)nido half-yearly. 3. The Bills will bo issued m sums of ono hundred pounds, or any of ono hundred múltiplo pounds. i 1 bo Bill» will bo Inmsforallo. 5 Eor-h lendei bo for must tho amount of ono or mnro " Bills, and miiBt bo endorsed T wider for Troosury

liness.

Isle

common

affectionate

will be demonpopularise sufficiently strated volume. The method by the present observed is eclectic that of selecting simply from the countless which offer phenomena themselves to a student's euch only as view, must charm even the least sensitive intelliand stimulate it admirato wonder aud gence tion. But this method has been so pursued that a general view of the whole of panorama nature notice passes in fact before the reader's in harmonious and exhaustive comparatively

ihe

but

a

that, distant

far

the

for the present lodging-houses and cemeteries for the past generations of polypi, atta:n the dimensions of reefs of one thousand rr;'es ;n length. Yet each is a white sea polyp anemone not than a p'i's head. bigger The true monads, atomic bodies, of which a drop of water sometimes contains more than there are inhabitants on the also come earth, in for an

last

to

and virtue

WITHOUT

the

in

ability

for

\

to

be

the nature and object of this book incline us a favourable M. Pouchet reto_ judgment. two ends of a mission in cognises philosopher's our days-to discover and to popularise, to adscience and diffuse vance it. The end selected in the publication of this work is eminently the latter. A worthy which human one, surely,.than nature none would confess rightly developed more noble. But it is seldom that both the inclination and the capacity to effect this are united in the one The work before us is, person. now a however, M. happy instance of this union. Pouchet is a Member of the Institute of France. His name is known savants, and among where known, for ardent and respected conscientious His investigation.

bad

that

affords

it

mense

BOTH

received rather than its more There is a looseness general in the legislation of most of the

and inimical people, of society.-Baltimore CRIMINAL

facilities

is

believe

easily not is

(From

ratio,

;

matter

and

weigh

would

fancy to be, rose-coloured

any

to

THE

say

2937 divorces, go to show

;

in

in England, even the when it will be made for the prisoner to optional be tried with or without a jury. At any rate we concur in the views of fully Canadian our and consider the contemporary, one in a experiment which, new country, might be safely made with useful results. possibly And we in the old country may derive advantage from observing the operation of the statute, and if we see that it works well, may in time follow the thus set us. example

were 800, for divorce in petition them, we have the ratio than and-a-half eight or rather non-Catholic in 1855: of Marriages

Catholics, rarely that State. Deducting of one divorce to less so-called Protestants, Prussia marriages. aon-CatholicB, 84,914 1 to 23. These statistics the West is in the as

surface

subject time

was 4978 in 1866 ; marriages which both were of parties 1208. Now of these it is

that who

question the

compel any person decision upon both hw so where the particularly criminal charge. But we

can

fools seven a marriages up for years total of 730 divorces to 15,710 or a marriages, Tatio of 1 to 21. In Massachusetts, for a period of four years, there of 1022 divorces was a total to 45,372 a ratio of 1 to 44. In marriages, in the divorces Ohio, 1866, were 1169, mar or a 30,479, ratio of 1 to 26. In Conliages in a period necticut, of eight years the divorces foot up 2910, a ratio of 1 to 33,227, marriages 11. we From Prussia have some materials for a between that instituting comparison country of loose divorce laws and the States named above. We exclude the Catholic populawhich tion, cannot be done with accuracy in the and thus the the State, story tableB tell is in favour of the unfairly latter. For in where instance, Connecticut, the in

to

judicate

facts. upon unconstitutional degree to submit to judicial and fact, and more

annual

of

a

parties It

"

were

is

nearly our criminal in which

more

the whole which is

is

and courts are England, now the only courts a Judge cannot, by called be to decide upon any possibility, upon facts. In Chancery, Common Bankruptcy, Law, and Divorce, the Judges are now, in various ways, selected by the to and ad-

;

whole number the marriages birth foreign

This

powers." and it

much,

of

the

reme

I

"

of

546, or 42 3 per adultery, for deser589, or 45-7 per cent. for cruelty, 122, or per 15 for 21 cent.; and intemperance, miscellaneous. Here the large ratio for adultery is startling. Can this represent the real state of the case ? In Ohio, out of 2681 cases of which the causes are there particularly were assigned, for granted 935 for absence adultery and 1030 for neglect, cruelty, 440; for intemper196. Of the of the ance, for origin applicants divorce we have no items furnished to save us, that in Ohio, the counties where the Catholics a form considerable fell part of the population, "below the'r while the Western Reserve ratio, csunlies have a much larger proportien of divorces than the ef the rest State." In Vermont, the ratio of annual divorces to tion, 9 4

strata

Bohemia and accumulations

confidently

.

years, cent.

for

silicious

globe, as the of Prance. These vast are but the cemeteries of animalcules, millions of whose corpses would not have composed a cubic inch. Under certain influences the organic poitions do not readily pass away, which leads to the existence of soils which Euflice for the nourishment of man. Such are the of deposits mountain meal of of in Lapland, Degerm'i Sweden, of Ebsdorf in the Lunenberg and of Heath, Santafiora in The little Tuscany. carcases which are in these have, ii heaped together general, the shape of ladders. exactly Hundreds cf of this mountain waggon-loads meal are consumed in Sweden. annually A<» architects ol' the minute or flowers islands, polypi, of the coral, as they used to be thought, take at once the foremost place. M. Pouchet makes his readers qiñte as at much home as they have

"

;

the

of

'

to given reports presented the In Vermont, out of 571 divorces Legislatures. in five for adultery, years, there were de164; wilful sertion, 188; desertion, 60; intolerable severity, 126 for refusal to support, 13; with 20 others, in most of which more causes than one are mentioned. In out Massachusetts, of 1294 divorces in about five granted there were

of

tripolia

;

nearly including of divorce are

causes

least,

;

"THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND," to recommended the public as an unfailir,» wounds of every description a certain romcSs for ulcerated Boro legs, burns, scalds, bruises, chilblain? scorbutic and pimples eruption», in tho face, sore and eoro flowed ojee, heads, sere breasts, piles, &c ' .«-<> «¡Sî ° * in pots, 13Jd, 2s 9(1, 4a 6J, 11s, «nd 22a each. And bia PILULyE or ANTI-SCROPHULiE, fa

NOTICES

_

are, of prisoners, (1) speedy trial and thereby a saving of expense the prevention (2) of the association lengthened of young with hardened criminals before trial provision (3) the against of innocent injustice keeping persons incarcerated who are unable to find bail. The one in favour argument of a trial before a single instead judge, of before is obvious. twelve, What intelligent man," it is said conscious

GOVERNMENT

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procedure

ROBERTAS'CELEBRATED OINTMENT

TT\R.

;

,

States,

The

1

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twenty-three older ones. the various

except Perhaps as remarkable, at far, as the least, results practical of their is industry considered, are those micro/.oa which possess the of power silex or lime from eliminating the sea-water to form their skeletons. The result of this eli mi nation is the extensive chalk, and at

|

in

It must be impressed upon the mind that the temperature and state of the exert atmosphere influence over great these a animals; lizard that could rush before and vanish like a you, of flash in light ihe heat of the sun's rays, would lie lifelefs the cold apparently during of the night heat is life, cold to the is death, lizard tiibe The state and condition of the animal itself has also much to do with its live-

in

j

of

the

all

little

i

tistics

this

different

of

extreme

]

of

"

to several which have minuteness.

belong

individuals

j

to and this than peril country which is a local Mormonism, mostly nuisance, and practically outside of the social influences of our The article of President country. cn Divorce Woolsey, of Yale College, Legislation in the United to which we some States," time ago referred, contains facts, which startling to deserve be repeated and the urged upon consideration of all good citizens. The article is based on a careful examination of the sta-

to

seem

j

scandal

greater

tiny the

ccmmon, the most

;

a

fact,

oidcrs,

j

late

In

i

tlie is the same as trial, in ordinary cases, and before passing sentence the prisoner, upon the some will be asked as questions in other criminal courts and if the prisoner has anyshould be arrested, thing to urge why judgment or why sentence should not be passed, it is to be heard and determined None by the Court. but barristers-at-law will be heard as counsel. The advanced arguments in favour at

has

.

STATES.

j

VARIOUS

'

IN

STATISTICS

THE frequency of divorce-a which subject teen again raised in connection with the miserable Richardson affair in New York-is

I

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344,

invoice

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well

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tho

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trial

any

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given

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4

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GILES. SPRING

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to

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purchase,

Pitt-street.

188,

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from

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HAYWOOD,

AND

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:

DEVON

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BULLS

AND

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Sales

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At

!

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daily

and

;

the

at

auction, at 11 o'clock,

Bazaar,

Vehicles

KISS

at

Camper-

hire.

and

is

GEORGEat the Buciion,

12 o'clock, good useful

on

Buggy,

Horse,

day,

by

afternoon.


Harness.

instructed THIS

Bazaar,

to

sell

DAY,

by

Wednes-

at

A

to

a

horse,

harnoBB-the

goer

capital

of

property

Hoi

Sale

Chilcrrti's

hoodtd

;

Dr.

buggy, and who has gone

Miller,

Europe.

INGLIS

received

Buggy, instructed THIS Bazaar, is

the

at

to

by

sell

DAY,

at

11

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hooded

buggy,,

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single-scat

Kiama

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îiiT-^la.za8r' DAY, Gth instant, Four good useful and In fine

in good

condition.

received

instructions

sell -Hindmarsh, Esq., to Pitt and Castlereagh at 11 o'clock, Boddle and harness horses,

by

auction, THIS

streets,

well-broken,

condition.

Horse,

Truck,

KISS

GEORGE auction, at

6th

DA*,

VAUGHAN to sell by

PHILLIPS

THIS

Bazaar,

o

by

sell

DAY,

at

11

ut 12

April,

has

useful

Fat

TUWSON

At

Sheep.

and

a* Castlereagh wetherB, in

fat

_

prime

Fat

CO.

with

truck

Removed

by 6h«P.

auction, a» their

streets, lots.

CATTLE.

of

n AWSON

a

of

,_John

f-r

on

Yards,

primo fat cattle, ia psr train, Messrs. Lackey and Roberts W. J. Cordeaux, Esq., and Alatonjun., Esq. Horses

AWSON

from

the

Southern

and CoTaTe"

Welch

AS'

by auction, THURSDAY

and

Rooms,

of the

JW

ate

Q.

form

consist

and

reared,

M. PITT

at tho

District.

by Messrs. at by auction

f00^0'

B>

a

instructions

127.

Clothing,

SULLIVAN

i

Auction

and

Winchester Now landing Under Instructions

nnrl

are

very

instructions lhe

3

To

quiet.

7lh

inB»"it,

C*M°'

fa

from

Valuable On

TINDALE

rd.'<

primo

JOHN

have

corner

and

THIS

DAY,

fnrnituro

and cash.

Terms, from

1 ueFday,

on

Man

ian's

in

Porler,

On account

For At

the

Positive

Stores,

April

the

clear

by

To Drapers,

by

auc-

6ell

at 11 following,

Liverpool 11

at

6th,

MOND"ZY,

April.

owing

Stores,

D.

Cohen and Co to sell on Quetn's-plece, MONDAY, 75 he gthcade Marrian'a 79 dil to ditto porter 58 balf-hogehcads ditto

On

auction, 11th April,

of the

MR.

lease.

At

d'reited the stores,

of the

Unreserved Sale by Auction. Order of the Executrix.

Farrell,

ulara

Executrix uuetien,

at

'lhe

_Terms

of tho late Thomas Farrell, the Stores, on King-Btreet, whole of the stock-in-trade, at sale.

whole

of

on

their

U

Office

April

Horse,

Rooms,

ditto,

American

ditto

i

Co.

Storekeepers,

7th,

an

others.

I

by auctton, 1870,

a'

11

on

c'ock

o

**

received

fat

National Library of Australia

cases Winchester Company's chairs-Washington Lafayette, bar room, Exmouth wood (hairs O G common, children's, Serpent ABtor irecian Fill I more, library, oak, office, and dining ohairi, nurse, and rocking choirs cases

Hayward

Company's

viz

oak, 0ÍD09, Lincoln, dining, child s high, florene» dial air more, white, Washington oane, rotary ofllo wood, Washington wood Terms at sale, ,

union, Pilli ,

x'rn

of

ex

car.-ings, lathe,

on

MOORE

men's

doe

Hawkesbury.

ex

eeaBoned &o.

has

received

FLOUR. Jean

STUBB8

ßF.

of

instructed

to

11

at

o'clock,

F.

City

R.

auction,

at

the

re-

at

bags best

F.

R.

mill-dressed Terms

At

with Uhdo

its

junction of Messrs. TITLE

at

auction,

and

Co.

the*

Preserved

instructed

An

auction, Bato Booms,*

6th.

have

camlets Striped Ditto skirtings Wincey overekirts Furniture chintzes Crimean flannels Imitation welsh and saxony flannels Black coburga Thibet cloth Rough and drcsBed hollands Black and elate ditto Madder and cambric handkerchiefs Frenoh merinoea Linen ehoeti igs, i nd pillow diapers, linens Linen damasks Huck and loom towels Black does and etoo1, ditto Indigo Black broads Melton cloths Men's and boye' molo trcusoia Black doe trousers, sacs, and vests Fancy doe and tweed trousert and veats Ditto ditto suits Gladstone overcoats Boys' and youths' supor'i r olothing Victoria men's and boys shirts, Scotch twill and crimean ditto, &c. Terms at sale.

the

Fish,

Invoice

I

table at

received Watt, DAY, flour,

at

sale.

CO.

have

at

allotment

at

11 o'clock

its

sale.

will

at

oooupation Modini, sale.

to sell by public 171, Pitt-Btreet, past 11 a m., THOSE known as

sell

DAY,

by

at

11

TURNER

on

on

of Superior

Goods,

now

and

CO.

at the auction, Koonin, Cth, nt 11-o'clock, 337 cases of new goods. Particulars at sale.

Ex

RF. .

STUBBS at

auotion,

WANT DAY,

Boston,

and

the

CO. will sell Rcoms, THIS DAY,

by

at

II

o'clock,

40

kits

prime In Best

RF. .

mackerel. to suit

lots

purchasers.

auction,

at

SON,

Jams,

1-lb.

and

the

For ~~"

Tasmanian

STUBBS

CO. Roomt, THIS

will

sell

DAY,

case«

Tasmanian

flaeit

11

New Prime Just

.

barrel«

1 Its.

Fruit, Carrants. Landed.

STUBBS auction,

at

the

clock, 36

jams,

libera1.

_Terms,

RF.

new

flce3t

and Booms,

Zonta

Terms

CO. THIS

ourrants. at sale.

will

by

sell

DAY,

further 271,

and

at

li

and

Pitt-Btrtet.

and

at

completo

COM

NOTICE.

CITY,

SALE.

AND COUNTRY LAND.

SUBURBAN,

FREEHOLD»

»"^"WRENCH

and

Works,

Sugar

SUGAR

salo.

CLEARING

ceived at the Rooms, li o'clock, Tho following

instruc-

Wilbraham

sell by TUESDAY,

instructions

Pitt-street,

to on

valuablo CITY

BUILDING

have

public 26th

re-

auction, April, at

.

properties OF SYDNEY.

ALLOTMENT,

-

PITT-STREET,

adtho premises of Messrs. joining Holdsworth and Brown, solicitors. FOUR BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, each 2-5 feet to BRIDGE-STREET, frontage extending from Eh/.aboth-street to Lady Young-torraco.

PLA.INS.

in-

PETERSHAM. SITES ot NORWOOD, olsso to tho station and allotments, ; vUlago of Petersham.

and

railway

ASHFIELD PARKTÍÍSTATE, ASHFIELD. LOIS 6, 6, and 7, Sections 4, 3-5 near the acres, fenced and timbered a choice station, alto. ; LOT 11. Section 1-Upwards of I acre, on the Parramatta Road, to the lodge opposite entrance to Ash Hold Park, the residenco of 8. H. Smythe, Esq. LOT 2.-5 1, Seolion about ono-fourth acres, of whioh is good brick land, with waterholo, remainder forest land.

1

with Loxton's.

ACRE,

NORTH SHORE. water frontsgo to Neutral

FIVE 7i

SIMP-

ACRES

at Five

Dock

Bay,

Mr.

noar

DOCK.

Bay.

TOWNOF~KMU.

_

LOTS

Gcorge-Btreot._ City

and

Terms

FIVE

WANT

on

RIVER

RICHARDSON

have received Callaghan to sell

to

have re by public auction, FRIDAY, May 13,

sell

PRELIMINARY

Orchard.

apply

to Sydney,

bo without any reserve, and capitalists ara tho inspect properly, not the and to nogloot afforded for embarking in the most opportunity in the colony. undertaking unquestionable. Particulars on, may bo obtained to McsBrB. ROLIN ana SALTER, solicitors,

j

Pitt-street.

received

GORDON'S

WRENCH

and

will

¡'

SQUATTAGES,

SIMPSON

particulars

by at

o'olcck,

48

application

from structions Mrs. by puhlic auction, on THURSDAY, the Hth April, at 12 o'clock, A choico fituate farm, on tho line of railway, with a to frontage Eastorn Creek and within of the sight an Riverstone Station, tho Windsor The Road. farm 140 acres comprîtes of splendid cultivation land, SOLDO of which is and it is enolosod by alluvial, a substantial with fence, a frontage to tho publio road. The irnprovemetfa aro and V6ry substantial complete; three (3) faithfully built with Bheda attached; colleges, aleo, paddocks stumped and cleared. As this is in tho market property for absoluto salo, tho would undersigned call attention special to it as a small but profitable investment.

by

sell

THIS

in Kits. from.

Witch,

LAKE, Form

libara!.

Terms, Mackerel,

profitable TITLE

,

Bell's-chambers, 27th at half April,

WEDNESDAY,

MAGNIFICENT

&c.

landing. will

¡

and BOMPA, COWARRAL,

REEDY

Stores,

their

*_

Balo.

river.

SALE

MILTON

toa.

Oilmen's

Grocerios,

have

at

also tho

RICHARDSON 1^* 'ancT'wRENCH to oall bog to attention this special important which is proporty, situated in the very heart of the sugar-growing distriot oC New South Walos. The area of land in tho locality undot is increasing sugar cultivation and theso works every year, aro moBt conveniently situated for securing the trade of tho

SALE.

Beddome, Room»,

Ross,

auction,

several lots, view at on

aro

PANT*

|

Messrs.

at

tho

situate at Frederickton, These extensive premises, machinoiy, and plant ara built two acres of freehold on tho barnes of tho land, river, wilh wharf accommodation for vessels loading and'unloading. The BUILDINGS aro built sf hardwood, substantially about 170 feet from tho liver, and above are flood' any merk. The PLANT, ENGINES, and MACHINERY oro in complefe, pcrfcot working order, and embraoe ovary, and convenience for orushing requisite the cane and manuthe facturing highest class of marketable sugars ; and tho whole is on tho arrangement most for* approved prinoiplo tho economy of labour out and tbo turning of a superior article. of the engines, Inventory machinory, and plant at the Rooms. may bo inspected

Tho salo invited to favourable

171,

ICING

on

PLAINS.

OF

to

WORKS, FREDERICKTON, Macleay River.

ceived instructions at tho Rooms, Pitt-Btreet, at 11 o'clock, The whole of the\oluable to belonging THE MACLEAY

PASTORALTPROPERTIES,

li

account. will

and elevatisns of of the machinery, Terms

in

_Bell's-chambers,

by

selL

DAY,

CO. THIS

plans plans

RICHARDSON

In oonscquonce of the flooded state of tho country, and at the rt quest of intending purchasers, we have postponed Solo of above Stations until WEDNESDAY, 27th April. IRWIN and TURNER,

and

and Koomi,

re-

have the MORTGAGEE Rooms, Pitt-strcol,

UNRESERVED SALE. By order of the Directors of tho MACLEAY RIVER SUGAR COMPANY.

and BOMPA, COWARRAL,

IR.W1N tions from an

AOT.

¡nd~WRENCH

Ground sectional Rcoms,

MILTON

"

RESIDENCE.

In dircclipg IfêlF attention to these important special city freeholds, the Auctioneers desirous are of impresssimply that ing on capitalists their instructions from tho MORTGAGEE are POSITIVELY TO EFFECT A SALE, and that facility will bo given to intending every purchasers for thoroughly the property. inspecting

May,

GORDON'S

BAKERY,

ceived instructions from to sell by publie at the auction, Sydney, en FRIDAY, 8(h April, at li o'olook, Tho following well-known VALUABLE CITY PROPERTIES, a of occupying frontage 52J FEET with a dopth of 158 foot. STREET,

PROPERTIES, QUEENSLAND.

and

OTHERS.

REGISTERED~UNDERTORRENS'B

RICHARDSON

OF

LAKE,

and

MILLERS,

TLOUR MILLS AND COMMERCIAL STORES, AND STONE-BUILT

SHOPS

TITLE

PASTORAL

REEDY

SALE. MORTGAGEE.

PRITCHARD'S STEAM TWO

INVESTMENT._

:

leas.

EXTENSIVE (ÏÏTYPROrERTIES. ICING-STREET WEST, A few feet from Sussox-Btroot.

lesa

,

or

ORDER

CAPITALISTS,

TO

junction

or

more

ABSOLUTE OF THE

BY

CO. have reby public auction,

at

4th situate

of land

in the Mr.

TERMS

ROOMS, Pitt-street, WEDNESDAY,

that

public

Georga o'olook,

GYRAH and tho surrounding lj*3f stations aro justlv celebrated for producing HIGH CLASS WOOLS as well as HEAVY FLEECES and Messrs. Brewster and ; Trcbeck invito an from thoia who aro inspection looking a out for SAFE and REMUNERATIVE INVESTin a cool and healthy MENT, ohmate. at tho Rooms. Full particulars may bo obtained

in'

now

and

received by

GYRAH 8talion, well-bred sheep. 1929, li year hoggetts Ditto, 1505, 2$ years Ditto, 1755, 3| ditto ditto Ditto, 1735, 4J WETHERS, 1959, It ditto hoggetts Ditto, 2000, 2J j ears Ditto, 3000, 31 ditto MIXED, 3122, weaners 200 RAMS,

re-

rice.

»

,

St.

adjoining

POSTPONEMENT

sale.

olose

to

STUBBS

RF.

o

'

adjoining

POSTPONEMENT

I

April

a

with Wilmot-s troot, 22 FE ET having frontage to George-street, by a dopth of SO feet a fronting Wilmot-strcot, to lane 9 feet is wide, on which, erected A SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE, built of brick, with cemented, shingle containroof, ing shop, 2 fitting-rooms, 3 bedrooms, and attic. This r^° choice of 608, Georgo. street, City Property, now in the of Messrs. UHDE occupation and CO,, commands one of the finest on BRICKFIELD positions HILL. A corner block of land, with large doublo frontage, as an is a chance investment, not often to bo met with. It is in the market; for bona fide and tho attention sale, of and business capitalists, trustees, men is particularly to direoted ihe salo as offering an for a SAFE opportunity AND LUCRATIVE

Rica.

and halves of ration liberal. Terms,

and others.

gooda.

sale, the tho building SURE and

this

of

situate

sell

have

to sell Exohango, at April, li

proprietor

of excellent a sheep aiu HIGH ago?, and produce OF WOOL. team of bullocks and Stores, horses, drayj &c, to bo at a valuation. taken Tho improvements consist of cottago, store, woolshed, and cultivation oreoted on stockyard, grass paddocks, 320 acres of purchaFed nro land. 'Ibero also 900 acies of purchased íu the valuablo land, chosen parta of tho run,

in

unquestionable.

the

Total.17,205,

PROPERTY,

Wilmot-Btreet, and Co,, and

application,'

following

SALE.

TREEVE, RAYNES, ceived instructions to

Congou.

shipment

STUBBS

96 cheeta

on

to

TERMS

CITY situate

on

Sydney.

These CLASS

GEORGE-STREET,

moro

Watt,

and CO. Rooms, THIS

the

at

CAPITAL

o'clock,

by

Pitt-strcot,

have

QUEENSLAND.

268

o'olock.

are

sell

with

from

Rooms, Squatters' THIS DAY, Cth

SUGAR

o'clock,

Small

Storekeepers,

te next,

The

GEORGE-STREET,

Mart, April

Table

Ration

CO.

Sydney, well-known

streot,

and CO. have received MORTGAGEE to sell ROOMS, Pitt-street, at 11

POSITIVE -

All

conoern.

and CO. from Messrs.

STUBBS

Baoks.

and

instructions at their

auction,

to stll by public auction, at 11 o'clock, THIS DAY,

TREEVE,

or

DEVLIN,

GYRAH STATION NEW ENGLAND, Situated 12 miles caBt of Armidale, adjoining Dumaresq'a TILBUSTER, Mark'B GARA, Gill s ROCKVALE, and Ryan's SPRING MOUNT with Stations, 17,205 SHEEP.

BIDDER._

from

Pierro,

"

at 11

CO.

and

of land

HERALD,

Stationo

THE

This fino to f^f* is closo property theKailway Station, in an excellent has only boon built a few years, position, and is well adapted either for a hotel or house. boarding Tho instiui-tions for sale oro and tho peremptory, WILL BE SOLD TO THE property HIGHEST

at MORT'S

instructions . Gilchrist, and Co., to sell hy auotion, at the City Mart, THIS April Oib, at 11 o'clock, The damaged portion of tho cargo of Californian ex Jean Pierre, of consisting GOLDEN GATE. 390 quarter-sacks, GOLDEN GATE. Y-318 quarter-sacks II-262 ditto ditto. GOLDEN AGE. H-103 quarter-sacks A-350 eiitto ditto K-406 ditto ditto T-340 dilto ditto N589 ditto ditto. NATIONAL MILLS. B-244 quarter-sacks C-419 ditto ditto D-408 ditto ditto! E-19Ô ditto ditto. Terms cash,

oedar

tools

tbe

Finest

at

parliculors

oolohrated

EWES,

TERMS

instructions

in Saturday's JONES, and

HARRISON,

to

instructions from the auction, at MORT'S public on o'clock, WEDNEBDAY,.13tli April, That capaciouB and commodious Family Hotel, POOLEY'S INN, PICTON, built of brick on stone foundations, containing 13 2 kitchens and rooms, servants' room, with cellars, tank for water large and cementod, 10-stalI (bricked stable with bay loft over, cart shed, blacksmith's &c. shop, fowlhouse,

&c.

12

at

Creek,

and TREBECK

LAND,

unquestionable.

RAYNES,

6th.

April

*~

are

Full

ABSOLUTE SALE. ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. That first-class Family Hotel, POOLEY'S INN, PICTON, the Railway Station. opposite

been auction, at 11

trousers.

Drapory,

CALIFORNIAN

sale.

day

45 packages of seasonable of Consisting white Calicoes, and groy Prints, lilao and fancy Aberdeen winceys

has by DAY,

sell

of

BOORANDAH, Marthaguy

tho

valuable blocks form the justly late Michael Healey, Esq.

WOOLLOOMOOLOO-STREET,

BY

1870,

unstocked.

close to Palrjer-stroer, each having a frontage of 20 feet to Woolloomooloo-street by 120 feet in dopth to St. Kilda-lane, and partly enclosed with olose paling fence. 1 heeo allotments St. Kilda aro io excellent adjoin House, and being in tho market for bona fido sile position, are well worth the attention of thoso in search of REALLY GOOD SITES. BUILDING

sooks,

have by

GERALGAMBONE,

BREWSTER

and

TREEVE,

at Morfs Rooms, Pitt-street, Gth April, Those 2 choice allotments

6th.

TEAKLE

At

for Auction Sale on next, 7th and 8th instant.

the importers and FRIDAY

to next, the

Sacks.

DAY,

TREEVË7

by

WEDNESDAY,

com-

Drapery &c,

Drapers,

ceived

TITLEto THIS

On account of whom it may Instructions from Messrs. Gilchrist,

Under

Hawkesbury, each

RAYNES,

sell

to

Pitt-fltrenr,

tho Castlereagh River, 250 head mixed oattlo.

3.

Tbeso of tho

Sale.

CHOICE ALLOTMENTS Kilda House. TITLE unquestionable.

shippers, April

NEW

on

.WOOLLOOMOOLOO-STREET.

others.

the cargo of tho Sun Francisco.

poiticnof

TUES-

furniture,

cramps,

CO.

and FRIDAY

Socks

Worsbd

TEAKLE

landing

SUPERFIHE

pump.

and

Lot

business Stores in Nos. 54 and d6, Clarence-street, near one Erskino-atreot, recontly ocoupied by Mr. Dunnioliff, the other in the occupation of tho Kerosene Company. ohoico allotments of Land, St. Kilda adjoining House, oloso Palmer-street. io and CO. TREEVE,

attention is direoted 1^" Partioulor of the Stores, and the character Eosition such as to eneuro a oing to purchaser REMUNERATIVE INVESTMENT.

cash._

Chambraya Rope

by

Chairs

from New Witch, York, from Messrs R. Towns and

sell

Flour

Wirehousemen,

THURSDAY

clock,

ex

will

Empty

Bell THIS auction, Sale Rooms, Pitt-atreet, A quantity of empty flour Terms at

CHAS. by

its

ditto

Shippers,

eafo forco

MOORE

Fitt-strcet.

143,

van,

large iron and harness,

CHAS. by

1870.

7th,

fittings,

commencing

sell o

Auotion,

the following wauk, unrivalled stock of

woods, veneers, morticing machine,

Bern bes, trade

167,

will at

by

of

.

,

DEVLIN

Mortgages

Bcll's-charubcra, 13th April,

UPPER BOURBAH and UPPER MERRI MERRI, situated on the Merri Merri Creek, v?ith 5521 mixed sheep, moro or less.

puhlic THIS

54 and 56, ono of which has been recently occupied by Mr. DunniclifT, tho other in iu tho occuof tho Krro£Pno pation Company. Tho buildings arc of brick, foundations, with on stone slated with additional at roofs, accommodAtion tha rear of iron. galvanized The Stores extend from Clarence-street York-lane. to They aro most faithfully and well built, particularly for buBitees adapted purposes.

nt

stock

andfanoy

Watohes,

and CO

Sale

magnificent

Also, lhe

Wednesday,

CHARLES

Damaged

THE WHOLE OF THESE VALUABLE AND EX TENSIVE PREMISES TO BE LET, FOR A TERM, AT A VERY MODERATE RENT. POSSESSION CAN BE HAD ON FIRST OF MAY.

and CO. hive sell hy auction, at North, on FRIDAY,

DAY,

have

from the to Bell by day,

and walnut drawing-room in suites, brocafcllo Batin, plain and figured &c. tops, Walnut and rosewood oval-shaped centre tables Ditto caid tables, fancy ditto Whatnots, 2 valuable &c. pianofortes, Superb dining-room in morocco, suites, roan, and haircloth Telescope dining sideboards tables, with plate-glass bii( ks, winged and othor wardrobes Chettsoi (liawerB and every for requisito houso general furnishing.

To

Drapery, &o

early &c,

prising Elegant rosewood

convenience

offe

LAMB

are

positive

2.

CLARENCE-STREET,

instructions to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Wynyard-slreet, THIS at 11 o'clook DAY', prompt, 53 packages now and Beasonahlo goods, comprising Winceys Men's reefers pilot Rough hollands and ditto ditto Beys' youths' Men's doe suits Striped skirtings White bhnkcts Black cloth sacs Scarlet and gentian ditto Blue diagonal ditto 8-4 and 36-inch Crimean shirts grays Black and coloured Fiench Under flannels merinoes Moleskin trousers Ditto and ditto Thibet cloths Black cloth vests Men's Wincey ekirts Ü. L. W. half-hoso Scarlet flannel Brown half-hose Welch dilto Felt hats, &c , &c, Saxony, Crimean ditto Te i ms-ot sale.

BRADLEY, NEWTON, and MESSRS. LAMB instructed by Messrs. Raphael

nnd Co. to offer for DAY, 12th April, The whole of their

Lot

KOP.

in

paints,

2

Salo of Seasonable

Now

Esq.

Esq, an

auc-

Hats. from London. water.

of the

risk

100 pieces

so,

owing

bo published.

will

and

AND

and

of which

NEWTON, BRADLEY, been favoured with instructions

'

cr

the

to

mid Spirits, in bond, and duty paid &c. Furniture, Di ey?, Harness. Also, Bank and Steam Company Shares. partit

and

with instructions Wynyard-streer,

Rooms, 41C-1

liors.es,

Full

by o'clock,

ceived instructions to sell by public auction, ROOMS, at 11 Pitt-street, o'olook, THIS DAY, Gth April, Those business situated fliEt-classcxtcneivo ia Storop,

without

and

are instructed THURSDAY Rooms, 167, Pitt-street,

_Terms,

Wine

tige

his

DAY,

favoured

MR.

Iinportnnt

Oibei»

SALE

at 11

business STORES in CLAUENCE-STREET, 81 and No. 06, near ERBKINE-STREE l\ ono the othor ia the recently occupied by Mr. DunniclifT, of the Kerosene occupation Company. Title Terms at sale. unquestionable.

SCA,

sale.

Thomas

I.

with

Capital No.

by

and the

by

fheirRorms,

WEDNESDAY,

on

Lot

April.

oTTsYDNEY.

CITY

ks,

o'clock,

Notico.

late

6lh

Peremptory

Winefred, in triangle, worsted fancy

etna

TK&

ealo.

'

on

WEDNESDAY, is

STREET.

CO.

CHARLES

Unreserved

ibu Stores

By

account

ditto.

Piehmlnary

I

have

ale

bi.ye-a to olear

at

....

_BAYNES, na

nf

auction,

Sydney,

liberal.

Pitt-etreet,

WOOLLOOMOOLOO-Two

concern.

and

auction, Sale

iheir

THIS

from Mesara. at their Stores, at 11 o'clook,

by

The attention of paiticulnr above, ns tb(j Bale is peremptory to the expiration of the lease. Terms at

Boon«,

CLARENCE-STREET.-Capital

f.'

LAMB

and

instructions

FRIDAY,

on

VALUABLE PROPERTIES,

CITY

2877-1 children's and coso merino assorted 2889-1 caEO bo} felt hafs, various styles 2786-Part 8 do¿en, fancy scarfs. case, Ex Sattara, PB over S in diamond 2C13-1 ladies' and hoys'¡straw case assorted. hats, cash. Terms,

at with

and

IMPORTANT FREEHOLD auction, at Mori's DAY, Gth April,

vi¿,,

Messrs.

by

the expiration

to

NEWTON,

BRADLEY, been favoured

landing, THURSDAY

furniture

at

o'clock,

sell

lead

may

sea

and

public

Ex FP

half-hogäheads.

occupied Co.

it

Clothiers,

MOORE

CHAS. by

Auction.

11th

public

on

sale.

of whom

OF

DISTRICT.

JONES,

been instructed HARRISON,

auc

deals

WEDNESDAY,

otaers.

Pitt-street,

white

at

Damaged hy House

6pm,_

and

107,

Case Children's Fancy Merino 1 ditto Felt Hats Boys' Pai t Case Fancy Scarfs 1 Case Lndies' and Boys' Straw Ex Winefred and Saltara,

have

to sell and

in Queen's-place, D. Cohen and On

To

Sale

Terms,

o'clook,

of

ORDER

o'clock.

HAYNES,

will

1

ALE.

hogsheads

bj

sell

o'clock,

&o.

and CO.

at their tion, Stores, 1H1S DAY, at 11 well selected shipment iron kegs, just landed, Comprising 2 tons beet white lead \ tonipalegtci'U paint darli ditto | ditto K ditto black ditto blue eiitto | ditto ditto metallic dilto .\ í ditto yellow ditto lead ditto. I ditto Torras

Liverpool

LAMB

nntil

and

CO. will Wharf,

and ceiling Shelving T. ond G. flooring, Baltic Cement, doora and sashes Palings, laths, ehinglos. Full particulars

Winifrod.

ex

A

effects.

a.m.

ti

at 3

8,

instructed

are

Ironmongora,

landed

rruve,

others.

instructions of Dowling

General Clothing,

precisely,

214 >

at

half-pant 9 o'clock, wôthors, in lots. Yeiy superior quality.

with

Mon,

MOORE

CHAS.

will

11 o'clock

and

NEWTON,

RF. April

others.

their auction, at at li o'clock. o insisting of CORRUIRON, in the following

Best White Load Painters' Colours,

Pitt-street,

and

Furnishing,

household

virw

now

for

Colour

Just

LAMB

at

6th,

CO. hy DAY,

STUBBS and at theMaiket lion,

«

and

Workers,

sell

te»

BLIGH

MORTS

Dewlmg-street Darlinghurst.

Gentlemen

and

Oil

aid

&o.

and

MARRIAN'S

Fitt-streot,

Company's

COHEN THURSDAY, April

athis lota

Dealers,

G.

o'clock,

T"hty

Furniture

i

i.

really

to

1 weeds, Jewellery,

THURbDAY,

120 lPfft!! "tu

FURNITURE

Pitt-streot

public auction, Labour Mart, Bazaar, The above.

iffi

drarm-hr

To

o'clock,

their

'

Baîf-P»Bt

?J_jggpcr,?ain?d

hoaw

very

has received

ïwa7C.i£iUB??'^rnost« 7u'«ff

of

Upper

ihe premises, Darlinghurst,'

streets,

of

CHANDLER

Hayward horses

of

comer

en

lion,

8th April of the weather

inclemency

ALEXANDERMOORE 1HIS

i^-p«Mf

?oxt'at

Books,

front

lots,

instructed to sell

M'Connell

S PBI?AY

1ST These

FRIDAY,

April 8, at 11 o'clock, Tho wholo of the above household Without reserve

at next,

o'clock,

Fresh

"n

sell

6,

Cana

feet,

Warehouses,

April

'

I

9

fialf-psBt 1C0 head

CATTLE.

will

tie

BRADLEY, been favoured

Í

./"

CO.

their

|

it

and ll>eHomebush

Bedding

NEWTON,

s-hipmcLt

feet

and Substantial Household FURNITURE. Brillianttoned Pianoforte, by Collard and Collaid Pier Gbifses, C >rpets, Ornaments Room Furniture Drawing and Dining Electri plate. Glass, China Substuntiiil Bedioom Furniture Double Door Winged Wardrobe, with Plate-gUsa Elegent Wushstand and Toilot Table Bresp and Iron 4-post double and ei' gie Bedsteads Hail Mutti and tho usual esses, Pillows, Bolsters, hi id requinten.

lledgea

Furnituro Dining-room RoBCWood Coitago Pianoforte And the usual household requisites to the Rooms from Woollahra, ef salo

MESSRS

FAT

0x3

feet

and

Cana

foot,

Elegant

instructions

in

till

received

FAT

6x3

and Emernld, G feet 0x4

at their auction, Rooms, 7th April, at 11 o'clock, Ex La Bsoocesa, of iron bedsteadB. at Terms

To

EF1ECTS, comprising Drawing-room Turnituro

and

Sheep.

will sell °'clock

u

ÍS18;.??*?' and Pitt

given;

Auction.

&c.

&c,

,

ttreet,

|

v^

«ids, 400

trial

any

horse,

o'clook.

sale._

[

A good

ice

Upholsterers,

clock

o

ed

recen

Salo by Auction HOUSEHOLD

SUPERIOR

clock,

_harness.

G

Bedsteads,

and

POS1PONED ctnsequenco

In to

6 feet

On W1DNESDA"¥,

the

at

onction,

.

Harness.

instructed

is

the

,

and

li

BEDSTEADS.

3 feet, Cane Bedsteads,

x

I

Horses,

has

years

Pitt-stroet.

ß <-ell by THURSDAY, A

i

A

Iron

in

,

KISS

GEORGE auction,

G Tubular

^HADLEY,

Í

ses

hate

o

'I

IRON

E?q,

,

Hooded

(99

Escocesa.

Bedsteads, feet

Cots,

roar

,

sell

DAY,

AB above.

by auction,

,

ight and Saddlery.

will

GEORGE THIS Bazaar,

sell

,

SALES

heavy and Harness,

Butchers

La

CA8ES

6

ditto,

,

F

AUCTION

to

,

_DAWSON

Horses,

in tho Woslmore Catherine

,

STATION8_

AND

Sale

,

SALE

Campboll-ptace, Campbell-place.

6,

close

-

to

FOR

HOUSES,

Apply at

LAND, acres, lent

LAND

«

for

in-

been

1870

at

Sala,

:

interest to

Unrosorvod 11 o'clook.

for

Iron

and

importers

BY SALE, MORTGAGEE.

POSITIVE

*

167, Pitt-Btreet. THIS Invoices of the above poods, GATED GALVANIZED sizes, viz C'O x 6 3 x 26 and 24 6 0 x 10 3 x 24 5-0 x 8-3 x 24 8 0 x 8 3 x 20 6 0 x 8-3 x 26 and 24 70x83x24 70x10 3x24 5 0 x 10 3 x 24 6 0x103x22 Plain a« follows : galvanized iron, 5-0 x 3 0 x 24 7'0 x 3'0 x 24 7 0 x 3 0 x 22 8 0 x 3 0 x 20 Galvanized iron ridging, in 6 and 7 feetlengthj wire, Nos. 6, 6, 7, and 8 Ditto fencing Ditto nailp, 2| and 3 " inoh Black Best Best," No. 4 fencing wiro, heads and nuts, rouad Bolts and nuts, squaro aefortod from sizes, 1J x J to 4 x J Best pan-head from rivots, 1J x J to 'l\ x J. Terms at sale.

cash._

Highly

,

Park-sr.

12,

has

by

Galvanised

MOORE

CHAS. by the

Glebe.

Dcrwcnt-streot,

COCKBURN

Important

Ironmongers,

Stores,

at 7th April, Auction Rooms,

Brose Ttrerald Half Tester } mrtnld

-

KER

fuitable

work.

heavy

To

o'olock.

On THURSDAY, At the Australian

4-Post Kruerald

Ditto Half

CO will sell by public Central Loan Office Auction on Booms, 87, King street, opposite the Charterod Raak, WEDNESDAY, 13th April, at 11 o clock, The unredeemed I pledges with Himmelhoch, pawned 292, Castlereagh on tho dates specified as under street, 1869 2 pairs eil*cr and laths Ma} -17th, 29th, specfatioi 14 pieces, tames, und pi itod forks, spoons, sugar barm and milk jug 11 books, enielopo and sundries, 2lst Juno-18ih, ease, 12 engrnings, with inscriptions, 12 engrav2oth, 28tb mounted silver iluto ings Jill}-12th, lot as por list, 2let bundle goods, t»ols, 2 pairs boots and 8 pieces wearing 10 pieces apparel, wearing apparel August-21st, lo\erwatoh 5031 and gold open face silver and diamond chain, gold bracelet ring 9 sundries September-3rd, , 4th, black cloak, G 9th, black pieces sundries, ICth, gold brooch, 13tli, black model of ship, shawl, piece silk, 14tb, pair 13 pieces trousers, loth, 10 mouldwearing apparel, 16ib, and piece stuff, ing planes, woikbox, petticoat 2 petticoat bodies and gold ring, dresspiece, 17th, vost and trousors, 18th, trousers, 16 flutina, pur pieces wearing black lace shawl apparel, 20th, pair silver faced watch gold earrings, open medicino o0l9, lathe and pocket sextant, ohcBt, pair gold oarnngs, coat 2tst, and vest, silver hunting geneva watch 99i, mattress, ottoman, chiffoniero, tablo and dressing cedar table 24th, set buggy harness, silvor hunting geneva watch 9163 , 2otb, 3 gold woddmg rings, vest, and black coat coat, pair troueers, cloth 28 h, coat and >est, 29 h, feather sextant, and tippet, microscope Octoher-1st, coat, pair gold earrings, gold ring, coat and trousers, 2ad 2 hats and bonnet, Bilk sh \wl 5th, coat, 6tb, told wedding and ring ko*por ring, gold cameo brooch 27 punches, 7th, 8 h, gold open-face geneva watch 94943 ano gold brooch, go'd locket and gold ncck'ace, gold bracelet, dro«epieco , Mlvir hunting 91b, lover watch 5G46, set gold stude, êlto\e links and pin, 7 cafhnns, and bax instruments, 11th, mopnetio machino, 12th, pair gold earrings, J3lb, gold ring, sextant, 14 h, silk oross dross, , silver 15th, open-faco geneva watch 6536 , 16th, 2 vests, piece silk, chemise and drawers petticoat, , faco 18th, gold watch open genova 316, ring 19tb, mngnelic 3 casca machine, instruments surgical levor 20ih, open- ace gild geneva watch 32 J9O, gold ung, pair trousora 22nd, pair gold eirnngs and pieco chain, 3 gold studs 25th, open-face silver levar watch 20084, lot 2Gth, goods, as per hat, gold chum and trinkets, and 2 coats, broach 30ih, gold November-1st, siher ch hunting genova wi 13o61 28539 and gold chain, 3rd, glazier s diamond, 4th, open foca sih er lover watoh 8160, single barrel gua, s 5th, EhawJ, coat, surveyor cirouinferonter 8th , muslin, new saddle pieco hogekin and bridle, and new bot harness, 9th, gold leckot and keeper ring, breast n gold and 2 pairs sleove links p lot 10th, coat liles, pair gold earring«, llth, and vest, silvor watch 18Ô20, hunting genc\a 13th, silver-hunting Icier watch 4S70, gold pieco chain, 9 towela, 7 and 1 dn/en sheets, pillow slips, silk bed quilt, nuddlo g»ld and silver nugget spoon, 15th, silver lei cr hunting walch 8735 and gold ung, nuggot black gold coat, 16ib, jicket, 17th, satin mintie, coat, 18th 10 ad/cs, set new piece taecd, dogcart harness, 19 b, watch hunting 483, Bheot and blanket, 20tb, 2 regatta and 1 whito sturti, 22ad, pair blunkets, und couuterpine tablo, suit velvet knickerbockers, 2¿rd, t-crowcutter,single barrel gun, medicine chest and w itchmakora' 3 aiamond toola, rings, 251b, e'rese 26tb, sill er hunting geaeia watch 16J43 7943 and braes clock 27th, iron wrench, block coat, coat, pair blankots, 2 dresses and petticoat gold nug, nnc tub gold locket, 29th, gold scales, bet weights, and 0 toola, stamp, silver huntbl ing genev a w atch 9430 lukot, pair gold earrings, 30ih, gold ring, stuff piece droes December-1st, barrel gun 2nd, doublo largo oil s Iver painting, 6ih, shaw pair gold onrrmgs, huntwatch 16592 ing genova 2 patticoats, 7th, 2 jackots, apron and shawl, g»ld ring 9ih, drees, gold cross and chain 10th 4 pieces , sundries, box instruharness, n ments, tablecloth, eortchaum pipe, llth, 2 zino tubs, gold ring, gold albert, vest, 2 p ur trousors, shirts nnd guernsey, gold hunting iover watoh (by 19912 Bet Rolherham) gold albert, gold Btuds and sleoio No pair poid links, Singer's 2 sewing and a quantit\ of parcels machine, 6s and undor

Bay,

mooloo.

.

S

a bargain, MARKET 8 GARDEN, well with horse and cropped, together lo W. Apply EDMONDS, Bayswater

&c.

Double OK

F

any

Iron

store,

ko

each

Unredeemed

SOLD,

tools,

Hotel,

or

AND

ground,

acres

cart,

SPRING-VAN,

slrong

grocer,

HOUSES

TO

to

a for "pony, cheap. CaBtbreagh-street.

suitablo

and

D.

20

auction, consequence gentleman foaling the colony, on the premisos, Cook s River, near tho Dam, Superior and useful household furnituro punoforte, s Russell stove, kitchen utensils and eflécta Colebiattd racehorse and Gardiner, dogcart, horse, harness, harness phaeton, dray, Milch cows, &.C &.Q plough, harrow, poultry, piga,

oach,

£7. second-hand, O'BRIEN, SPRING-CART, B1DGE, and M'KAY, Castlereagh-strcot.

F

H

four-seat,

Kerridgo,

at

buiidor3.

Moss,

to sell by auction, and Assignee's right, title, corner allotmenta of l8 feet frontage and land-sfrrct, 120 feet frontago street, to rent Globo, paid to October, fiom 1869V October,

sell by South

cattle,

drj

heifers,

horsos,

Horcos

and

I HIS

prices,

DOGCART,

and

at 2

loarof

Terms,

i

Castlereagh-atroet._

1LLAGE O'Brien,

H.

Creek.

and INGLIS will DAY, Wedneeda},

li

LEU

I

Co.

Apply

&o,

dition

CO._

perfectly any work. House.

piano,

Now

structed

a

£j struttions from Messrs C and II Di unu to soil Picton, bv auction, THIS DAY, Wednesday, at at the hulf i ast 2 o click, Camperdown 'iards, I Kenty flio head of well bred upstnuding horses (J6) the greale and pnrt of which aro broken in to Batidle, suitable for or in carnngo light harncsa, good oon

ditto, Pitt-st.

;

and

or

at

6th.

ou

Harness, etc-For SALE, at cab extension phaetonB, top and no-topbuggios; top, tops, imitation Abbott trayB, City no ess and Concord and cxpt waggons, single harness, &c, &o , at O'BRIEN, IÍER M'KAY'S,

tops,

steers, cattle,

Horses

OU

Buggies,

turn-out, topB and na

Concord

fat

Harrington-street.

107,

reasonable CABRIAGES,

springers

LI

Ilorso,

and

SALE,

for

bupgv, Denison

ourringo,

sot

£2-5

Buggies, GIBSON

HORSES

for

a

April

THIS at their 703 George street at 12 o clock fed fit (10) hosdiery cattle, primo paddick mo icr from J J 0 nul, Atkinsons,

Yards, len

stanch and Co,

;

SETS new Shaft Harness, 50s. Gardeners £7. GIBSON 303, Cait,

'ft

O

Apply, Wlmloo.

£16 Harnes?, lot; £12 lot. Gibson

in-

tablos,

Oilicial

auction, Warehouse,

Wool

a

Butchers

loase.

Horses, thoroughly £25 pair. Gibson

:

clock.

cow?

SUTH

VEHICLES7_

AND

MR.

;

for

to X Palmor-tor., PHOTOGRAPHIC by letter, 280,

the

at

been DAY,

cash._

Gth April,

DAY,

Gtound,

THIS safo,

Thursby

_

Terms

£150 per week George-street.

132,

Estatoof

has

cash South

s,

at

paddoik-fed

paying PUBLIC-HOUSE, good Lea, 92, South Head Road.

a

in

tho

by public

sell their

aie to CO instiucted Yard, St Mary's, 11}me 1HIS Gin DAY, April,

and

auctieti, at li o

Crock, Milch

208,

curnor

Insolvent

latbo,

turnery, 'Terms,

Ex

;

established Boarding-houso, 2 Market-street. years'

old ot,

Muiy

PUBLIC-HOUSES

best.

vv

BE disposed of, Woollorinooloo.

PU)

X

tho

of

tho

On

The

Wednosday,

lerma,

in city, harfs, frequoutcd by boirders or without furnituro. Tho house is ia am be had'with fitted ilret-rato order, und bandsomoly up. Apply to ANDEEW ALLAN, 370, Georgo-stroot, Morfs-passago. tne

near

of

DAY,

St

1870._;_,

SALE,

will Room

at the Sale THIS Gunv, patt 2 o clock, quarter 479 halts wool &c Skins,

lucrativo

:

the

the

SAle

CO

MORT

STOCK-IN-TRADE and old-oetablishod one the most towns of the of important stock in fine and District. Tlio ie general, ordor, tVcstorn and possoss first-olass, Dit too iho premises aro heavy on ef a large trade. applianco fortho carrying They every of years. Full par«mid bo rented ei her for ono or a term CHRISTOPHER ticularscon¡boT obtained from Messrs. or from Mr. NEWTON, BROTHER, and CO., Sydney ; Beehive Store, THOMAS Muigee. HILEf», addressed to the Tenders for Iho above will bo received, and of C. CO., office NEWTON, BROTHER, 410, until 11th Apiil. MONDAY, Oeorge-street, Sjdaey, Match ti, by TENDER, DEBTS of

SALE IjvOR V and BOOK BUSINESS, in

tools,

UHIS

cash_

~~

Wool

FOR

BUSINESSES

Parramatta

"""."

and CO,

JOSEPH,

MONTEFIORE,

Ian,

Wellington

COCKBURN sell by auction,

to

of

MOKT

baforo

prices

hoads.

roso

Nails,

A quantity

lots_i_

D

II structed

CAHLE

'

-AILS.-A

MR.

hy AY

In

George-street.

and soo CURTISS,

E.

pAr^a7inrf,"scvvhere.

of

account

on

price,

the

near

received

ha\e

Morns to sell on 1 HU R&D

W- Ayton,

E. OOBTISS, P'-IpERHANGlNGS, tnejoiony.

.ÜÄPERHANGINGS.-Call

TAI

(Tweat"371,.^j?T!' PUt-st.

61,

street.

Yards, o pasto dook,

"~

PAPERHANGINGS ¡nBËAP IJ Window Glass, &o. W. and

premies

FOR

,

Wharf.__

.

n

Apply

the-

Clearing. Out Salo At the Market Wharf, of Daltio Hardwood Deals, Cement, ñ and G-feot Palmira. Shingles T. and G. Flooriug, Lath», Oregon Doors and SaBhes.

plain

i

Wharf

Bpars, yards, (Squared logs and flitchcB, /o dimensions, I mast-pieces-assorted to 75 feet.! GroBham-slreet. to A. S. WEBSTER,

I

On

lota_p

and

Galvanized corrugated Iron, Ditto Ridging Ditto Wiro Fencing Ditto Nails Black Wire Fenoing Bolls and Nuts Pun-head RivetB. ex La Eecocosn, and landing THIS DAY, 6th instant,

o'clock.

Rent.

for

11,14,

and

16,

20 of the township,

oaoh

h»lf

aa

acre.

Properties.

KURRAJONG. and SIMPSON have received instructions from Mrs. Marshall to sell by publio at their No. auction, Rooms, 271, Goori/«-street, on the 14th April, THURSDAY, at 12 o'clock, All those thrco (3) faithfully-built brick two-storied Houser, each containing four (4) rooms, ana situated on tho north-east sido of Willmott-street. Attaohed to each house Is a back connected yard, by a passage three feet wido. Water ia laid on to each of the above houses, and the premiaos are woll draijed, being connected with tie main sewer. These three (3) properties always command respectable and permanent tenants at a rental A that would pay i good interest to any ono wishing to invest a small amount of capital in real and they ' are property, known as Nos. 16, 16, and 20,

100

WANT

ACRES

near

adjoining

lliohmond,

Bolmoït.

LAFSTONEHILL. 24J

80

14

ACRES abundance

ACRES,

near

of

Wascoe's,

with

atona,

aid

quarry,

water.

BOWENFELS.

Hassan

near

Walls,

Bowanfols.

SALTPAN CREEK. ACRES,

near

Lack's

50

acre

grant,

'

Further application

,

cedar,

MILLER

12

al

April,

Distraint

particulars to £.

bo obtained EODD, Esq.,

can

C.

at tho Solioltor,

Rooms, 132,

or

o*

pi«,

street,

i

deals,

&c. and Baker's

Gib.

Under

-

R TIMBER

Baltio

;

sashes,

WEDNESDAY,

«*U by next,

to

-

flooring door?,

Albion

ffwARRISON, -"Xu

Oregon,

sbiocleB,

from Mr Samuel Clark at their Honiobueh Yard., on TUURbDAY midien, the 7th u st inf, at half pae,t 9 o clock, in 200 h rd of ierj t,upcnorfat cttlle,

i

hnrdwoorl.

i««i«i

received

ha\e

SULLIVAN instructions

|

FEET borough

e\t\r\

*)00,UUU

Mary

.

~-~Z7ï'

and

Baltio,

TINDALE

and

ETO.

MATERIALS

BUILDING

I

Plans at the Booms. Terms, at ule,

.'

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CO.

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6d 6

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ps

Wales,

St.

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BANKS

tho HOTEL

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New

Hall

South

GARDENS,

li« 9d opposite

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THE

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TUESDAY

next,

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tho

instant.

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positively

to

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Royal

Hunter

inch 01

t

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part

of

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::::::::?^>7<35 Robber's

(the

Emma

Wife)..Miss

PAUT SECOND. MUSICAL MELANGE. A GRAND who have ladies and gentlemon, By the undermentioned their services: kindly given Mdllo. Coli and Mdlle. Durrow Double Sailor's Hornpipe.... of Love Song-Pilprim Iaylot too late to mend.^*ír:®^ New Song-Never Brothers T"u^?er Golden Shoe Dance. Selby.

J

JAMS mint

Wyatt

,

"

als

1,

JOSLPH

(Bishop).'JP*'!'

PAKT AMPLE

APOLOGY. S. M'Kinley J. Seabrook Mr. R. Crow Cob.

(AÍNA and

£ ATS, O B B W O TO

Coal,

RICE, CO

'S,

To conclude

by

the

St.

Pollio,

Doora

the celebrated

James's Arch Roman Roman on

Oroveso, Flavins, Normo, Adalgisa, Nomiu'e

with

a

a a

ßurleßquo

NORMA, Company,

Hall

a

children.Messrs. God open

at

7.15,

save

and

tho

Queen

commence

-Mitchell Illuminated ot Public

will

THURSDAY

bo

given NIGHT.

BO

a,

kindly

.

given

G. Turner Dncrow J. Taylor W. H. Ford J. Taylor and Platt. Vincent

Pro-Consul.Mdllo. Centurion .Mrs. High Priestess.Mr. Virgin.Mr.

and unrivalled MARB1CKVILLE ARTS,

have

who

their services. Druid..................Mr.

of

!

at 7.35

ST

atroot

1

in

opposite

p.m._

and Froment's popular Exhibition of FINE Marrickville", on School, Gd. Is ; Children, Admif-Eion,

Wattavillo,

Co._

Grace

ex

at

cwt bogs Police

Darling,

N SKID vi BROWNE and

DOUGLASS

W.

Offios_ WELLS, Market

SALE 239,

,

Tons

Capo ind now

WRIGHT,

II

Pitt

ILION street

Pitt

&c Barley, CO 239,

th in

either

refoienc G Blair,

ra

n

P

O. ern

<

OI'I

first

on ,

ox s

SALE

Pitt-street

You

for

South

92,

Danr

Bide Go.irge-Btreet. a

Hoad

lady. Road.

Y V

bu

IB

Yangs

Wharf

\i

AN

w

n

for

D,

I li

AN TED, George

183,

tr>57

to

AN ii D, two sharp, with

VÎT?

AMLD, Auplv

VV

Ko

«Ti?

AM



1

bo

w w w

ANlED,ae.uod AN I Pitf AN

LA

J

\

a

in

i

avoung ne

in

'

a

V

Park

A^TEU, and AN A|

Co

pi)

ANTED, lu

irg

,

ILD,

«rd ILD, and

AMED tewing

smart Mrs

ai>d

George with trade

a

et

a

AN

/

71,

SALESWOMAN, next

Reynolds,

CLObERS hnud 794, George Blreet blEWAKD n Second

J

Divo.

185.

?

In

door

saw-making

fur

9

Apprertico 1 trades oll'c

after

9,

Rtreest

ftd Curtis

Elliot!,

a

Hoi Road

le,

at

No

plain Roud

assist

work

General respectable there whora will lo giv woges

a

ten

ico

est

u

APARTMENTS

BOARD

1

li

n,

1

\V

Mi

House, 215, Aesombly

APARTMLN1S-Pembroko slicet, oppotito LegslatiNo frcm 2, 0 Connell stieeh_

1URNISHED feretcee

63,

Home

Hyde

street,

M>NTS Vacant 138 CiBtleroagh Bt

at

k

partial

IS

I MEN beaid

VACAN Elisabeth

96,

LADY

îequircsi-irtial

in

A

private

a

I

Address

es

VI

VACANCY~for one 151,

Dovoi

im

OARD tmiis,

given

Bts

w

,

T rr\c

D~LJ

Surry

Hill».

J10

t

ROOM,

front week each a

",

an

r,

mis,

\\

11

it i

re

ugh

Apartmont, tho day

Hil____

STÍT)~1 if

lane.

BJ

i>v8un, t'h

294 an I 2J6, lerniB moderite a,

Lnglinh

family, Park

near

B'rcot

BEDROOM, ,

references

rou

a

pinglo fflce,

and

33J,

Princj-sttest.

37,

333, Macquarie-Bt., modious Fnm-ly RESIDENCE. No. 2, Exeter G. Elworthy,

LET,

I

O

T

0 LET.fi-roomed Apply Shine,

LET, out

a

IO

Villaa,

of the

centro

HOUSES, water. Apply

LET,

ROOM

HOUSES, or

Man, Stnta

Fitt-afc.

near

4

SHOP,

Mrs.

rooma

492,

HOUSE,

No.

Francu-st. ; S. H.

3,

;

Brown,

cheap.

Bourko-st., 3,

Stoel-stroot,

Hills.

Strawberry on

the Missendon Road, Newtown, a University, four-rocm-d HOUSE, with F. Cowell, Pitt and Goulburn Btreota

Apply

yard,

Alfred Park, Sun, Elizabeth-street.

Rising

S

with-

or

LET, HOLYROOD Kingston, Newtown, largo yard and garden.

HOUSE,

LET,

July

from

Business occupied No, 292,

tho

1st

7

PREMISES, by Mr. H.

the)

kitchon.

Alberaarlo-street,

rooms,

kitchenj

Applyon

the p

pantry,, ouiiBea.

those

next,

extensiva No. 529, at Apply to R,

Brickfield-hill,

C,

near

Brookes.

George-street.

the Erskine

COSMOPOLITAN

LET,

&c,

to

streets,

be taken

Clarenoo

HOTEL,

14 containing at a valuation.

rooms

fixtures«

;

R,

Miller,

LET,

HOUSE,

78,

collars,

stablos,

Apply

E.

to

Waverley, 9 and! garden, Pitt« Vickery,

fjpo JL

rr

LET, a genteel Family RESIDENCE, to the some, respectable person, being tenunt requires. For particulars apply renner of Ufcurch-liil) and Priacc-Btrebt.

OLET,

Clifton

VILLA,

Buy, Balmain washhouse, of water, tia.

ii.

;

-,

díneo

delightfully

re

4s G1 Road

Dowling

131,

or

moro to

Mr.

situated

at

Snail's

12 rooms, spacijns verandah, 3-etilI stablo and loft, laundry, G. Elworthy, 3SI, Qeorge-street.

No. 100, William-street,

at

back,

or

J,

Riloystrcot, ait rooms; B.

Tickle,

part o£ than Cola

largo abun«

Woalioa rent,

311,

18s.

George»

nnO

Road, Newtown, cou LET, COTTAGES, Enmore JJ. 4 rooms, wide passages, semi-detuched taiuing kitchen, and plentiful grod ynrde, of water; supply toxoapald; nut, £3 per monih. to C. F. Wilson, Mesare. Apply Hardy, Brothers, 5, Hunter-Btreet, Sjdnoy. with tho^o LET, early possession, first-claaa BUSINEbS JL PREMISES, and DWELLING with every convenience, HiU's-buildinge, King-streot, atprosont &o. For ¿articulara« ocenpitd by Miss Thynne, Milliner, toR. T. Carter, Cabinet apply only and Upholstery Waro« house, 15, Jamison-street. IRONMONGERS and "ôïhêra.-To «a LET, Leaee or Building l&e HOUSE, Pro-» otherwise, pud largo block of Land, mci ana of Citrones and near Market streets, the now Tow a Hall, for manj years occupied by Mr. John Armstrong, ironmonger. and Makinson. Apply Ellis

,


fTIO

in Elizibüth-.treot 6 and LET, HOUSES North, 8 rooniB, bath-rooni, &c. in Clovelsnd-streot, 4 rooms and kitchen Redfern, Houso in Lauriston-terrace, 8 rooms, &o, Phillip-streot, Houto in Tupo-terraco, Woolloomooloo, 5 rooms, &o» DOUECS in Fort-Btrcet, 4 rooms, &c kitchen, M. F. JosBphson, llO, Elizabeth-Btroot;

JL

II

OU60

OPERA-HOUSE Bhort periodB, Apply to EaBt Molbourno or Frank ;

«J*7ESTON'S ?V

LET,

to I.

Barnet, Weston,

40, on

long oc Albart« the pro«

0 LET, T~~î a TANNERY, at Clarence Town, with steamer ta tho door twico a week. For to Mr. piuliculiirs apply William or lo Mr. Coulter, 145, Sussex-street, Sydney; Clarcnco Town. Lyall, _^

1 ORES TO LET, Nos. 64 and 56, Clarence-street each consisting of basement and upper witU floir, accommodation for Apply to Mr. Josiah Mulleaa Btabling.

S

131,

Pitt-strett.____

Water Polioa the SIORE opposite~tho LET, Circular Office, Quoy, lately occupied by Harrison Jones. Immediate poscession. Apply Harr'soni BCU'B-chambers, Jones, and Devlin, Pitt-atro.it.___ o£ Goat Island, pieco LET, Balmain, opposite G. Wangonheim. LAND, largo water frontage.

HRO

I

and

TO

YDNEY MORNING HERALD. SuiiBcitipTioN-£2 12a pt* annum if seat throngtt ; the Post Office, £4 per annum. under six lineB will be ohargeai *** All advertisements 3a to ndvertieor's if booked. account, and Marriages, 3s eaoh inaortionr ^° Births, Deaths, remit payment bj N.B.-Advertisers in tho country can Money Order or Postage Stamps.

.

_

f

orunfurmshed Btreet North for

suitable 5,

with House,

Bod

city.

op«

Balmain,

of 3ond 4 rooms, kitchen, Ultimo Ultimo. House,

4-roomed

LET,

Snail's B»y, Georgo-strcot,

381,

oom«

Lyons-terraco, Apply Roilly,

first-elassPUBLICHOUSE,

furniture,

LET, and

Boehiva

Apply

near

S

Ofll'-o

for two men, South Head

urniehod 12G, Castlereagh

ROOM,

i

fn"til

hed,

Lanbloj

38,

Turgo front irderato

1

furni

unfurnifchod

T1MURMSHED

«»

1

D B

llooniooloo_

Wo

Btree

U

at

lies,

U1BED, by a young Man, Partial BOARD, Bticlablofemly,nearLMIinn Terms,Wm.IlEiiALD

0 LT pe

i-lroet,

W ynj

an Unfurnished Lady, a pleasant cheerful family Address 0 I, HEIIALD

m

Btroot

LX

LI

week anl reet North

Elder Mre Park-street

a

Macquarie«

miseP._

and

m

f

Mrs Btreet.

bya

b Board, ed required

for

O-borno,.

an REblDENCL with street, 291, Caftlorcagh

laUIRLD ^i

Royal

and ¿Is

bedrooms r Hunt

vacancy

Residence st, pear

Llttlo

10,

Prince-street.

rp

slreot,

Oilice_ two gentlemon co, William

or

lo9,

BOARD and RESIlHáNCE Woolloomooloo prof erred

torr

fhiie

Ra

gentloman, Victoria Club

near

streot

room?.

niiica,

or

soparato

8

rino 5.

Bedroom

family, next

1,

apartments.

three

HOUSE,

Fort-atreof, to 4 daily»

Wentivorth-placo, 8. Bligh-a'reot

ni"ïO

quario ReaiJidd

Gentleman

a

a

ROOM bUlTL, TheMrs Wright,

DRAWING gentlemen

work

Gibb1)'

fa nlj HEIULU

ermanence

and

neir

street.

street_

for Park

for North

ATARI "PAR

io

Room Prince

Sitting required

of a

mooloo, near per week. Apply

LADYnnd of quiot bal its whose GENTLEMAN, aro would bo glad to Crd ACCCM family settlol, MODATION a tau with in ictpedablo privato family view sulurbb An eluvatcd Bituation and of tbo of bjdney with or without board water, State terms, requintes Ad icts G H 256, George

A

;

LET, HOUSE, rjpO JL

RESfOENOE

&

retir

Phillip-street,

O

t,

1

with another mt son Mrs Saunden,

n

in

rooms.

present

bhRVANf, is

tbo

Wilshire-buildinga, os per card on shop.

LET, tho RESIDENCE and Grounds of the lata ii. M. Williamson, bovond the Half-way Esq., a little HoLse, Botany. Apply to W. Williamson, Belfast Wine Road. Vaults, Botany

C ok

cm

as

reference»,

Shop,

b

a

married COUPL1 respectablo without to fako incumbrance, of eflices, tho re charge for which a would cover low rent, raftron Apply Homoeopathic Pharmacy, George str et

gord tho IIKI

at

ROCKHAMPTON rooms, kitchen, laundry, £104 per annum. paddock,

a

COMPORTABLE 1 luabe th

and

T

0

rgvo JL

thorojzh Stephen

with ci to Mia

Apply

shop

door.

Clarence-street.

street_

street

LET,

kite-hen

needle Balmain

Pitt-st,

doublo

rjpO

who Rialto

3,

and

street.

M

HouseaiudF Mrs Br lilford,

Laundress, bervants

HOUSEMAlorto

a

d<

ANTED,

locksmith

LET, Inn,

~vO

and

Glen

W,

iUi,VA.M

kitchen,

Vickery,

street.

0

North to

0 rooina,

SELBY Woollahra, Poini npO HOUSE, of stone, JL near the ohurchos ; inoluding Piper Road, larga rooms, bath room, well, coach-house, and 2-stall and] stable, on every convenience. Inquire the premiaOB.

SERVANT

child

Waverley, now Circular Quay.

LET,

North

«Ä/ANIED,

_j_

i

VO

fjlü JL

street

Apply Ilaymaikee

1}

T

usework

Laund'essos Nursemaids Mrs

D nth roiu,h «nd Mab Apj ef 12 ard

nicely tbei'hcurs

T

furniture,

street

in kiloborT; Paddock.

that Balcony HOUSE, 61, Upper and 2 kitchens. from 11 Inquire

LET,

stable,

Mra

General

next

Apply

HOUSE George-st, Inquire

piesiut Binnie,

inn.

street1.

on

laid

Shepherd's

Parramatta-etreet;

LET,

npU JL

baby

assist stroot

25, £1

rent,

O

T

Brunt,

Cooltp,

and

Servants,

OARD and Cnsllcrengh

Bathurst

No.

HOUSE 1 ->0everyLET,convenience.

Cooks,

for Goulburn South Hoad

as

NUKbEGIRL 6i)9 opposite

lmmediatch

AMED,

the VIRAGO

a to work Willcoi Perbon macluiic. Apply l8, ChurcU-st,. a

S

street

Codlerenph

Pitt-st

Pitt

st

ANTED good Servant, COOK and L\li DRLSS For a really gool servant, withhold icfircnccs wt^es no D 1 M'Kiy, object Ltq , Williams Hotel, Metropolitan

North_ tilho 30G

Geo

SERVAN!

et,

Margaret-

Jua,

water

;

0, Belmore-ter., Paddington, £1 por week. Taxes paid. E.

front;

JL

Registry

a

Goulburn

SPRINGFIELD, Alfred Mitcboll,

to

Apply

LET, HOUSE

in

streot

a

Davenport,

£1 15a Go rge-s

iisi

to

1

o l8

nursn

to

gh,

0 Bridge

rcquiicd

_

street

an

GIRL

Girl

II

Kuvani



Eli/i

¿33,

Mrs

GIRL to joung ogent, William Pierce,

AMLD,

od

street_

o

PILE,

Maze,

bELL,

or

near

Sydney,

Paddocks. Terms.

rooms

R.

balcony.

lO

!

tel,

j,

Apply Chippondilo

terrace

rauncration

used

Apply and

Wright, South

Oferto

HAIRDRLSSER, Mr Haywood, 2i an

one

Theatre,

JL

5

HOUSE,

LET,

'yo JL

to Compbell

little

«à

Lass H

IIB Genoril SER138, Castlereagh st

a

1ED,

Nut

j

SERVAN1S,

Cook and Laundre«B, 24 Button pond

\

of

city

University Liberal GEORGE

Louer

93,

App

street

P,

Pyrmont_

Saunders,

lerson kept

respectable w Mis Hopson o98 George GIRL, mind WANTED, iklou^h Brou(.ham

?T

-

job

tt

fïiO

T

Go,

street

Genoril good Hunter

a

Studier

w

\pplj

NURSE

10

known tho London Shop, in Mount and Miller tho «treota; suburb. thriving 5 rooms, near School -Cottage, oS

near

'|VO 5LET,

ts

fiñcrTT

Currency

GIRL,

little

2S Lower

ANilD, A¡ ply

Ofhc-> to

irst

13 Buckin^him days Geinoral bERVANl Mrs slreot 202, William

thorough Uogistr},

a

Î7 AMLD, 8 Mrs

¿%

Post

ita

ferry,

convonionce.

streets

LET,

rpO JL

I'aldinglcn

ShRVANl

respectable for three

overy

T¿

16

h

m

B

i

ut

the

nenr

tej

E

SHORE-Building

&c

MiiB,

5S8,

capital,

Trade,

assist

and

App!}

os

is

General Globe

Open

cmiih

IMPROVER etreot North

Billilli

NURSi,

General bLRVANl Waller, Bitany Road,

AN1TÜ,

Singers Wat -at

DRESSMAKER

Wooli

L

11s.

Rent,

LET

"\0

l8

ollib

ab ibu

GUtL,

leieagh

Goueral Hunter

thoroubh Laundresses

Griffin

bctMoen

Road._

nfirst-elacs MILLINER comerEliy tbeth Hotel,

/AN1ED, Hvde

PAR1NER the Island

rcpcctablo week Mrs

er

AN JI D, millinery

TINSMITH Lower 192,

ip

NURbh, Josoph Myers

respectable here unothoi

good Gb bo dreet,

sutiirt

long for

1,1

W

Gcueiul SEltVAM Lowci Goir(.e stroot

a M

O

Warehouse, in this

SHORE

vacant.

k

or

16

Bt

r

bLRVANl Py mont.

Gul, Grulburn

r

ANTED,

r

boots

202,

ubjut

CURL,

HOUSE George-st.

as

situation

LET,

AO

1 Yo

a

thuiotigh Mrs

a

"CS7AN1I

short job 9oclock st Castlereagh

MACHINIST other m ed apply

0

Mrs

SHRVAM tieot South

COOK

lo3

slrcet,

WAN1FD General

2'9,

nvotod

metal-a

STRVANl Shore

SERVAN!

icdiatoly,

T

-Stono nouse, and bath-room,

WEWYSS-STBEET, strer-t.

LodDo,

atrcota

gucn

nc.es

AN!LD,

pon

US

Condell,

SHORE.

flying

(Lrotcetant)

class

S

roomp, kitchen, £80. Rent, NORTH SHORE.-The

hal),

street,

s

street

iirtt

i7ANlJiD,

street._

brink blue Ncwtavva

to

None

a

a

niako

Rulway

n

C

Furnished and Co., 353,

60,

oncur

Gcntnl

and Hunter

AN1KD,

w

H

well

R.

to

wore

Manono Station

LET.

To LET. Bridgcetreotby H. II. Voss, Eiq. Apply or Darlinghurst to James ; Nq. 249, Georgc-etroet.

occupied Roslyn-street, warehouse,

BEACH.-8-roomcd Apply E. Zuc-coni

NEW'IOWN,

Pjimont

a bo useful Office. HEIIALD

CARPEN1ERS, Scandinavian,

o!

by day

¿Î,

w

ED,

1JÍD, i

1

Harris

Brennon,

V

and haadt

to ,

CLICKER.

firtt-class

AN1TD,

tHiT

and W

storo

to

first-class

foot.

of

ttrcot

Girls,

HAN

caawnto

tools,

Hodgkinson,

W^

11^ yt,

Gcrer

a

Gooroc

\]fr

useful Lnn Fli¿aboth-Bt.

generally 12J,

who

address

improved

ILD, WANadvertiser

«tr

retail

MIN RobtitMii/e,

T_TS7Al\lTD7a

lately

street

useful M

NURSE

AN1LD,

Etre

SMANT

Trouser

class

hnowledie Service Club

LET,

Boylsou._

FOR SALE. in Miller Allotments, ana' half aero each. 25a per foot. SHORE, with water frontage, near the Railway PETERSHAM, Station, 7a to 10s per

look nftor North

tt

a

Apply

iL,h

ib mïj Arrnp,

a

AM_D,

street

Office,

YOU1HS 688, George

%\

4,

NOBTH Fnlcon NORTH

butcher

slreot

ANTED Mrs

King-street.

68,

silero

WAMED,and CotkP, General

JUNIOK

good

with

Gencul

an

respective Lodge,

w

of

"'«sot,_

fir»t

J,

bALl

good

a

and Gooree

J,

h competent thoroui COOK bomas Broughton, Glenmore ltd

W / Mrs 1 w ANliD, Emf

and

wholmle deiiraa« HEitiip

guttering

lu ono

Baker,

y,

dnvo

to

No

"W7~ANiLD,

in

required

but first-rate Georgo strei-t

nono

a

Junior

a

J

NORTH Arts.

street.

South.

BOY,

that

Dock

Duill

House, overy 288, Piilmor-st,

NEWCASTLE-To

?pROPERTIE

tho

írduii,

Thomas

10.

strong useful Dim íupH to Mr

i

VANT

Eirect_

WAN1ED, R C mdell

ff

a

1) Girl turners

wor^

Apply

WORKERS-Wanted, n

g

Station.-To M

AT

YOUNG-TERRACE,

IADY No.

bpBt

a

in

Five

Murray

V0U1H,

Girl o C

housework

Sociotios

is

work

Apply

possession, a arts-class commodious and cenlruljy-oiluatod at tho corner HOTEL, of Markot« aquare. This Hotel has been expressly erected to givo the hosfi a possiblo convenience for Bar nnd Lodging trado, foe which its position peculiarly adapts if. Tho accommodation comprîtes-Bar, with cellarage 5 bnr-parlour, and two small company-parlour, dining-room, on the ground and a Im go parlours floor, room fit for; end six bedrooms assemblies, on the upper Iboi-, with convenience of adding to their number outbuildings, kitchen, and btabling, aha all Unlimited of pure water. supply PILOT Apply Newcastle. Office,

NORTH at

booth

competent General Sr Lconarle Nirth

re<<°

di

I

AN1I

if

working

LAU,

of goon

BOY,

TO LET immediate

MANLY LET.

Goorgo

Apply

6-roomnd

¡

Manum?,

Roberts,

smart

in

AMhD Woolahra

_

w

a

md, o

beth

first-olass

a

George

o smart street

Georco

W

LD,

AN1ED,

STATIONERS-Wanted,

Georgs

3u3,

Y OUI H, and Disrvunt

a

Loan

to

CARIER

to

N URbE GIRL near rotcrBhmi

a

ANIID,

moss

premium

I nendly

Gentleman in tho and cap tal, Partner /. A,

Wrnt

AN11D,

OTEL with

Drapery

MAN R

Freohill

a

loi

stroot

.

J

Civil

D,

Lusinoss

aad grooa

Mau,

aB

WAI1E11,

a

fbir

,

IRON d to

5'8

,

Lady

LET

totho low.

CIOBO rent

ASHFIELD, HOUSES;

ia

Point

a

Bmart

P

«11

WAMI

hi

cities

connexion

Curacy,

AMID,

street

and WHOLLBALE DEALERS, »PPouued othcis -The undersigned having.been in CROSSE and BLACK SÏ dney for Messrs Solo Artnts of T rerarcd to reemo ordcrB for all descriptions WEI 1, oro which will s Stoic compnrcd in their printed lists, Oilmen with caro and punctiulil}, and be for» arded and executed which h ne com nd of the mi ii.ty got up m the etjlo m, ndïd for th- ß^to of Grosso and ^'crk^u8ohn^0raal B and CO. TOWNS pen approiaUiiei

GROCERS,

AM G

SURGEON, who must at lho Lodges hive present lint, with surgeon's every pro there has also boen it lodge

-Wnptcd,

Co

,

landing,

Wright

Wharf

HILTON

SALE OATS on CO , Eeedemen, 239,

SLED OAib, H1ÎE HILTON BROWNE

IM

and

den

'

OATS-G 0>TS, OATS, SEED Wood, and Produce Merchant,

NIONS-len WILLI

oi

references,

accustom

IAILDRSPcirco and

*0

,

SEED OATS on LACK Seed Store, BROWNE and CO

Company,

vi

with

estvbhahed

tho

DRAPLRö-Wanted, Hoare

Wharf.^^rto^^,

TJUIID.

Mr. Crushir gton ClttBper.Mr. Mr. Sncczington Spooner.Mr. Mr. Millington Mawley . Mrs. Clasper.Mdllo. Of tho St. James's Hall

fXM O

CHEF SAUCE -A skip SARSINE" WINE of WARD and CO , sheet 3, Bridge

POTAIOES Victoria

ARNAMBOOL now landing,

!

Lion Brand, L, D , and

English.

receive

just

soi

C

ERRAND BOY. House 6G6, Goi go

a

AN 1LD, Ncrmol

qualified

fcuitable

DRAPERS \V L t'neari,

aña c1

H. Williams, Lawson, furniture

to

irds

VMFD

Tilca

boAsoltiug

milk

an

machine, piece«vik, Goodlet and Smith, opplj.

need

and

Brothers a

H^CETËBËATED

T

to

for

O GALVANISED

MAN,

Apply

DRAYMEN Gcorgo c-trcot

feood

079

Biugl App)}

al

ses

;

p

_

hnBon,

*& VV

Btreot

able

good

a

ive

WANTED

ED Blrong zubcth street

El

kopi,

by

Margaret

this

Inn,

BEDROOM,

RENT, gentoel Palmer-terrace.

convenience,

rooms

Kd, in a uianuf with ictiirusg bu'inesi1, £2000 For particulars apply to Mesara und Lamb, O Connoll-streot

vilh

meeting

n

Housekonper, or any domesticated person, children Highest Opnn for a week

to

an

edi

^fV

SITUAcbillrnn

r

a

Ili/ANlJil)

rflice_

,

-

'

P

" CHLMlSIblbo Dovo" Division, No 4S DALGH1ERS I. or 1EMPERANCE solioit TENDERS from Chemists to Diipenung willing supply the with members tf tb it medicine Tendors tociety stating the member with amount and vviti ut fer per annum, to seut sundr es, 1 e in before Monday, tho 11th mat mr, and nddrefsed Mrs Pitt CAWSEY, street, Kedforn, from whom full cvn Wnteiloo, particulars bo had

PARlIiERSHIP with drapcrj,

i

f

streets

milk

can

ro^O

mo

N

A

w

AM

1LD,

AMID,

i

-Swallo*

S

\v w

AN

»IR

(7)

and 2Co, Pitt

tho

to

Hunter

with

Newton

n

SU UA LION reference produce

74,

s

into San lim in nocdlcivor«

to

a

cnpital

at W

ir

pro\

0)

as

BARMAN

Alurket

-

_

Stephens.

c1

1HT WrfUCA! PROlESblON Wanted, by the Mar of (bo Fast Division, No 73, Sons of Tom st a Medical Yt Ballina, Gentlomon for tho above Divibion For particulars to Peter applj Gray, Recording Scribe

S ndpmg

SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned G s celebrated and fancy biscuits and Anell plain Melbourne moulds, Eencraft and Co 's Victorian oatmeal, and toilet wool tcourmg soaps, yellow, mottled, soft, sarsaTrench and colonial confectionery, jams, pat groats and confectioner/ paper bags, Cheshire parilla, giocere* and Nortb, Wilts cheoso W H ARIELL, 119, Sussex streot .KJ O

iiRCtl

Morpeth 100 merni ra on tho of a lart.0 increaso f ci ed at Hinton. j

rrnnce,

ia

Office

COOK

a

Cook

Olli

HERAIIJ

,

2o3,

261,

with

ii

IL»

Iueipolst

nr

Road

ED,

billi

or AS&IGNLE BUSINEbS MANAGER or of ns-sitned Aims I estates, requiring« mon enerfcetio biismess commet cul ct ^|pody possessing with ono whoso services would be givon penmee, may meet to tho interis-ts ef hi» cuiplojeis ia cithir of thoabiw Tirst cuiacities class references HEitv.in oitj BusintBS, MAKTRS or CLOTHmG~MAÑU O MANTLE FACTURLhS -"tt for a whjlesib anted, lime, Wileri roof MAN! LES, mado in largo quantities Waio bt UFO, HEIUI n Offico

Q__

61

ono,

Turon

office,

TO T REDUCED

A

a

w preferred Apply I ED able WANScud Dining Rooms,BOY, King

addressed to tbo following riche, it(E-Sine and of Daughters Temperance, Mr P Cnnnvnr QUO Oddfellow", Mr J 1 1'utle.r , and Order of Piuids, C Biandt,-will Mr bo rec-iived *ill 13th April 1870 AU communieations will be rtcivclby 3 r Butler Swan stieet, Morpeth

SALE

WILSON,

w

EToi

quires PARTNER, Office Lex, HEUALTI

lend

HER

,

a

ANIJJD,

paddock burry

¡.ivoli

a mel

bil

and

eoven

street,

vvtnt-id,

Wav,

of

S6(-iirritc

as st

thoroughly oljection

a

no

a

AN1LD,

g ml

M,HEH\ID

A

MILLINER

n

resident

by

a AM ED singlo Miller whaif,

bl

r|'RADE Iru'tees

SCOTT.

SALE

Ö~N

C

t

5

Finisher and ond stationery bin tm-rs in all its branchci", a SITUATION, can produce tessuuoi ils a« Binder to stiting caro of efficiency Addree«, terms, Mr H stationer, Brisbane Sheppcreon,

street.

packaffifcfor

C,

ii

Liunlrcsg

by two ftmaio Servan s7sifUAlI0NJ good Plain Cook, tho other as Houao and m torra or Address K D , South coimlry Newtown Road

Maid, Hive

C

o

EMPLOYUEN1, G

BOOKBINDI RS lind M. bv the undersigned, who underptand« printing thtroughly

CO , 362, George

in small

Batbuwt,

to

Ho

a obtain to young

AdIress

ni\0

LIMEJUICE

,

S

ii

of

than and

lass roora,

Bourke

coloniil

wants

H worl

Solicitor

Queensland ¿600. Addrtss

Kent

SlfÛÂÎÏON,

a

AN I ED, two Black bwan,

91 per South

Oíli

SITUATION,

GARDT1SEH 4*>G Gptrge-slrent_

tf '

Age,

and

Adelaid Californian

rloui

mo-

sub

io

acquainted

ilO

-A

wheat

LOUR

t

s

to

lient

c\c

I

1

a

sample

n

HMOUS

thoroughly wiebcs a

SMI smith

AN trimmer Mrs OY wanted, B dwnrd Turner,

B. I

.

Mun,

N1,

r

&1

it

1

au

-ono

AN

and

icer, 1 lour,

-?»«-.

booksellers.

givo

bHOElWt* do gtntrnl

I

rriAHIIIAN

Hsrwood

*.

bo glnd to hu pa^s-ngo f-omg two oi tl-riowusks 1 lanoiiio HFIHI»

ior

»--i

WHEAT.

_BEILBY

W. and

at

D-tate, Ultimo

Tempo

Governess Address H

groceiy tnrk, or countiv t-tme, bo given fnlir extrclcd,

a

FLOUR,,.Magarey'ssBt.erflne Hart's superfine s Dunn euperüno Duffiold's superfine housohrld Dnfflold's Giles and Smith's BUpriflno TLOUR Emerald Mills superfina Carrick Mills superfino Walker s Mills superfina TLOUR, .Various brands, ¿ sacks.

TASMANIAN

or

HrittU)

TRADES is

town

Brndlev,

Anna, and

G

would

Sin

PARINER ef

_o

inn >rn

Golden

AND

ADELAIDE

1

of

foot

Mills,

,

tiOTi"

lie

iul

st

Liloy

SERVANTS

weilt

return

Y

361,

truBt,

ANIFD

,

required.

YOUNG

A

t

the

stro

B

to

from 3 ti Pitt-st, Svdney

TITO jL

beautiful Hotel

silk

Flour

ex

V

TV

LADY ns niorniog

LADY

usCook

luG

,

ntcitint

I

bnulh

rtrcet,

bv a you (, mon, and Coachman, can r ¿ , Ut KAI li Ofllco

principle"! II C

ANiLD,

~Ífr

\ Pi

HOUSE ir not GOTrAGr, Ies3 than fiom to enter £50 to £70 in on tho Woolloomooloo or burri Hills pioferrod b 11 1, Belmore ti , No teiracj Paddingt

failing

bibilitv

silk

W

twilled

CO , Furratuat Station Gates, Sy best Seconds Kiln dried C Best qualit le west price*

ORMAN FLOUR.-" Í~-lALI* j "National Mills," Trcsh and new, now landing, On SALE by GEORGE A. LLOYD

Operatic to Mr.

Apply

rent.

the

Anchor

Also, Scandina-

father

HOU'iE,

nat

willir-clv x(rt

be a ibout

freo

,

PEMËLL and Rulwoy

onposite Tlour,

till

a

chino

J

religious references

C

"ËMTLO n

AN! ED, placo of

V



a

AYOUïvG vtill

co

and Sydnoy.

PROVISIONS

WEARNE,

Apply

165,

with «¡riant 427,

Lti.rv,

a

Bathurst Btreet, Sydney Flour, Seconds, Kiln-dried Corn Flour, The beat and cheapest in S>dney

Superfine

during

_"

PARRAMATTA

cn

S Eureka 12a Shirts, irint er from 13 behind, a fit perfect guaranteol,

m

open bands

t->

silk

Mr

y

rd

L,

MEDICAL-Wanted, dulv Moiptth,

1B dor fringes

'

Slack or to Athletes, GjmnastB, Acrobats, Dancers, of Musical, proprietors Spectacular, or Entertainments, any amusements app3r will Carnivalossetti description, please comtho Secretary, 283, George-atroet, Sydney.

at

in

post

3,

Company.

be had and Co.'a,

_"T_

Rope

Gentlemen

to

RÓBoRedland

The programme will and magai Seance, exceed, in variety ever in these colonios. For particulars attempted anything Bee futuro announcements. T. KING, Sec. Botany Sports.

Sensational to the taining with municate

C

i

by

in honour of tho OF THIS GLORIOUS COUNTRY, the 18th April, 1710, by tho CAPTAIN COOK. CIRCUMNAVIGATOR,

P.S.-Notice

birgain

PRODUCE

HALL,

and

Lady

by James's

on

on

or

vuluo

mohur ornaments

satin,

buttons, a

inch collar returned

Mr.

Castlereagh-street.

Reserved

DISCOVERY

Tight

Refreshments Cloak Room

JAMES'S

Tickets H. Paling and Co.'s,

or

BOTANY,

GREAT

an

lorwardod

from

VAT

CASE,

d hand Bet Ker, Tattersall'«

secoi

T

wanted,

«ivo

best

in, re-

to

bo eeoured

í^::::"::"}°"rt^'{::::::::.^"í!S AND

in

A.

for

X.,

Furnlehod News Agenoy

ANTED,

w

st

,

Doors PAINIED and Co , Sussex st

n small ¿100 F

»o

p

i

letter,

for

suitable ur hades, 46s Gd

_

WEEK, at

Ofin

¿8s 9d the dross

to

black

n

v

G

ni j

II

I

W

Nurse

ton

ollUUlON,

a

AM LI) Groom

of

3 10WN 47o, Guo-st

,

GLASS look cv«o

WUHhilS, Hoch,

or

Jtsip'i KiriR-Btreet.

A

T>

and

Ogden

A pp

experitntctl

solicited

silk,

fringes,

HOBSON half

A B ENE FIT, under tho distinguished tho Hon. CHARLES paironageof SAUL COWPER. Hon. SAMUEL, Hon. JOHN J. Solicitor SUTHERLAND, SALOMONS, Eeq, of Sydney, till General, and the ELITE postponed THIS WEDNESDAY, Gth April, EVENING, IN FLOOD RELIEF AID OF THE FUND, by the Members of tho and the WOOLLAHRA DRAMATIC IRONCLAD

at

.

EASTER SIR

of

1

colours,

application

in

nnd doren,

CLUBS,

Hotel._

CARNIVAL, of the people

sell

on

I-

YOUNG TION Riferenco if

lICKLb

1RIMM1NGS,

SMITH'S ENGLISH

Boxes can George-streot.

Elvy's,

tho

S

aesiBfed

'

patronage

Gd

39a Gd

bright,

41

?%lh AN 1 LU, by respectable married bllUA couplo, ÏÏ &c or T10N, man, coachmin, storemin wife, boupironulor parlourmaid and noellowonian good refer encet 0\ en foi a week II S IIEHALD Ofllco

Carnor PIGEON. Apply tho Sand Hills, Pad liugton

HOUSE,

m

pro-viuio

bj

know,

to

Store MT

new

send

Mi 108

or

Apply

a

oil

AN

*T

Oftlco

AILOIMENIS,

G rooms

1

extra

reciectiblo Huntei

highlj

and

good Cart HORSE, must bo sound L Uhdo and Co, Haymarket.

me

m

otfully

2s Gd des

Georgo-street.

Private at

to

right also

.

tho

respe

n

AN1ED,

TICKLE

tbo cheapest tho public

to

oßered

10,010 A H

¡J (

t?

in

39s

SILKS,

beautiful

and

~_\

v

boxoi,

Oil,

Rooms PAPERED Co , 402, Sussex-street

a Hack hen bons, opposite

Rivir

Plly Hnls,

ICKLE_

N B -Patterns ff parts tbe colony

SMITH._

.

RAND under

dross

*

The SUBSCRIPTION is open every day at Elvy's Music Warehouse, George-streot.

Tho remaining Operatic Season,

adver-

.

.

-

"

shades,

the

ANTIQUES,

DRESS,

IS VT

«&

complete

Nut

without

IIlItALD

ED, Gil

AMID,

»

the yard and 1

CABLE

AMES 3,

timo,

tha

either race, no 4. For two boats to enter, or race. Entries can be made until 15th 3 p.m., Friday, April, corner Muscatt's Punch's of King and Pitt streets Hotel, ; atreots Norfolk corner of George and Wynyard Hotel, ; »»"W point. DOUCI if. Bans nura, »..<.»-., _'« JJaKers, band will be in attendance. A first-class for Omnibuses will leave Sans Souci from Wynyira from 8 30 a.ui, square ond George-street, Hot and cold luncheons, refreshments, &c, auppliod tho ground at reasonable charges. hot dinners will obligo Larger parties requiring the Baruo a doy or two ordering previous. T. F. BAKER, Proprietor. Sans Souci "

lid

CABLE and TICKLE, General and lmpor'ers, Drapers 6G4 Gcoigc Brickfield street, hil) Central Houee, oppoEilo Wynjurd streot,

0 0

,.2

..

AND ITALIAN AND OPERA.

LYSTER

final.

-

d6a

SILhS,

and

BABY,

a

G

Landlords 5a each Grimed,

AN! ED, stnncb

¥1

^Gs ltd

TICKLE_

all

r,

and

HoUBcmids pond, ii Bu

V

AME1) email far

Ldgeclifl

KNOWN Ogden and

r

11

r

drees

MOIRE

feAllN

BEd impeot LADIES

as

..70

,.

m

wear,

1

Mr«

»

cash value from £200 Purchn'o, Sherter, 128. Di/ st oonvoyancor,

adopt

WAN1ED, SklllDS

dress

choice

a

BJiDROOM Rivir. X.

_Cook's

Firm h rago

op E\

Prolc«tant

English,

particulars,

ANTED,

Blake,

A.

luttor,

WANTED, ROOM.

to

,

Iks

lft

I

Mrs

ENGAGEMENT, nm

ung

¡JAlllNu

wonn

E H

yrararld

»*

S

Couples

ir

by

streets.

,

Ofllco

,

Apply,

King

Furnished SITTING-ROOM and BEDNorth Sbcro preferred. Apply, by lotter, to T. S, caro K., Worms and Co., 21,

Wviiyard-lano.

SITUATION

a

largo Hotoi,

Moore's

stating

GROOM Mints S J HEUALB

ENGAGEMENTS-Shophtrds,

M

UNG

y

Bond_

to

AMLD,

w

TICKLE_

GLACE

Al



W

at

noat

Purcbr,so,2or

a

PROFESSIONALS a

GLACE,

?WTS

»v

BROCADED the dress and 1 ICKLE.

RICH

are

that are

make please early applicati of the number of tiokuts

will subscribing an early delivery

his decision

;

e

dress.

y,

n^

in

rightandCo

splendid show or G inches long for

feet

H

C

to

a

un,

-Wanted,

AM

'

1

TICKLE_

tho and

(ello

.AM*

du

m

bILKS,

I BENCH

vturcp,

Point

AN1ED

«J$/

the

US

s Draper SHOW TABLE, now, 9 feot Window I amp, Wheelbarrow largo el ita labio, now und cheap buttoni,

a

or

re

ZIQUL,

Fcstachio

Wanted, F M

barr 10

Bil.

O'ebi

TICKLE.

dress

ind

1

lotig,

prico

lid

< r

irltmg K

8

wanted,

plite,

Bli

also

taiiirchn«o WANIED, onotloexctrd _Pr

the

vv

r

nsttciengh-slreet

SALT,

and

street

2Gs lid

iu

p

T MOORE, George street DEEPLR, Hairdresser, 302, SALE, Long Hail Chignons

'AMLD,

TICKLE_

SILKS,

_CABLE

12s 10

..

(

w

at a consider bio of a West End tho abevo choice lot

26s

29« Gd the and

LYONS

EW

AT6

tel

tt

colsurs,

Ñ

SI

H

3,

J

for

suitablo

WAIN 1ED, E

TICKLE

and

fret,

OUSFS to£i00

estate

SILK,

SILKS,

TRENCH

1

3,

to be

GLACE

0

ndfhcl

-

wort

i

ii

cash

AND

6s lid

the public charges

"

tised

the

u

for the

in

nred to offer anufaoturer's

CABLE

to

to ensure quired. Business

:

at

pre

j

GLACE

ICH

season.

Parties

:

2.

s

I\ vu

1

np

8

re

hill

drcep

tbe

The cntiro number of tickets to which each subscriber will be entitled-for a double instance, subscription entitles the subscriber to 100 tickets for those will be fifty nights, at issued tho commencement of tho and can bo season, transferred at the pleasure of tho holdors, or number any of them csn bo used on any night (benefits cxcepiod). Parties having tickets in their can escuro heats possession not tho tho previously engaged, box-kcepor receiving OB tickets cash. alpo bo made Arrangements moy by whioa. a lossor number of nights mnv bo subscribed for by lodies and who do not wish to gentlemen take cards for the entire

M.L.C.

RULES AND REGULATIONS. A gun will be fired befora ten minnies muet all take their stations. competitors The starting ho fired gun will precisoly time. All disputes to bo settled by the umpire

lased

STRIPED GLACE CABLE and

EX1RA evening

01 er

..

.,

"

..

"

"

0 0

"

"

circle,

0 0

;

1,

an firm, we a Jess than

IMPERIAL _CABLE

of

J625 14

tickets

¿50

and

ho»n pur tho truste

having from

ICH

ii

LIST following

the

..

"

Fomilv

PUOGRAMME. First Race, 12 o'clock.-A of £1 each, with sweepstakes £7 added, second to save For conlreboard slakes. bouta ot not Botany Bay, George'B and Cook's Rivers, 23 exceeding icct overall. Timo allowed. Course: From fligbjat moored off Sana Souci, round flag-boat off Tom Ugly'« thence round Point, boat off Woollawar Bay, thenco round brnioff Doll's and back to flag-boat at Sins Souci Point, twice round. Second Race, 1 o'clock.-First a watch. prize, geneva A single-oared pulling for all corners boats not race, ; to cxceid 22 feet. Course From ilagboat at Sans Souci, round boat off Tom Ugly'a and back to flugboat, EnPoint, 6s, trance, Third of £1 each, with Race, 2 o'clock.-A Bweepatako £10 aelded second ; to receive £2 out of tho stakes. For not centrebooard 23 feot. For all comers boats, exceeding ; timo allowed. Course Same as Hist race. Fourth Race, 3 o'clock,A sweepstako of £1 each, with to £5 added ; second save stake. For shell boats of Bjtany and Cook's samo Bay, George's Rivers Coarsa as only, but only once firEtrace, round, Fifth Race.-A £2, Prizo, No entrance Dingy Cbaao. fee.

when

and and Moiro

to

««,

x

OR

g;

¡SILK

hu s Winof rod and H iw teal ury, from London, cheapest lot of choice French Glace over offerod to the pubho. Anliquee

FRENCH _CABLE

:

Esq.,

OP vian

l8.

SUF

Stalls

I

The

ÏjVOK11

V

at all times Cloth and Twoo of those mvaluab

Hunter

\

01

hap Rirglets,

bAl

rtert.tlj

and presence Patronage tho Earl of Belmore.

President Thomas Holt,

M

or monuj 1 Bnckflul

SILKS.

_CABLE

:

Grand tier Orchestra

1870.

April,

Í>0DRAY

ETO

3,

asks

o

GAME 30s

blreet,

rn/7cltee, li}0

Hair

e\

largest

MPEBIAL

I

HOUSE.

OPERA.

April

Single.?

REGATTA. 18th

MONDAY,

four loseons, Master, GIO

HABERDASHERY

CABLE

..

6d.

children,

;

Coils,

Writing, te, photographor

a

SILK DRES31UÙ tho dress PAUTE and T1CKIE

SEASON,

..

&c. Admission,

STEPHENS,

Sydney

AIT1NG Labourers,

"HJK;

qumuticii any LARMLR

in

_ii«n_ Di

¡

t iS1*,

HAIR-D

DRA\MI

THECHEAP_ùl

EVENING.

SMITH'S ENGLISH

OPERA

Grand tier and circle Df.ublo subscription singlo Orchestia stalls Double .100

Pitt-street

likeness LORD

Striking

new

J

U April ha received on

can

leachersof P ckormg

d in Writing

improv

Norn«,

HUMAI\ Gcirgr-

larter

q

next

BKOCHIO

AND AND

on

THE at Messrs.

open

rates

WAXWORKS.

other

also

Mra NORRIS Brickhull hill

opened

SHOT _CABLE

HOUáE.

OPERA

..

'

ensuing 1 April

\_J

tmlisfaction

interference with information ro tire ooforo 9 30 person, 4, or bctw 0n 7 and 9 S1EPHFNS, M A

SCHOOL THUltbDAY

closes

ria

IS.

SATIN

Conductor._

EASTER

AMUSEMENTS R

I

the

Oneil,

HE IfOVAL from 2s Cd

f\

m

at

,

> 1

liiimiui

beti

mpty

i

und LI HpnAiiiOfli

SCHOOL

_CABLE

OPERA

.,

E

2pm

AMERA

"j

to

SAW l-o

i

on

,

These discount London of silks

O'NEIL,

WALES

ITALIAN THE

Girl.

WOODS. NOTHING.

CONCERT ON GOOD FRIDAY C ORDNER,

OF

commence

Aotive

..

I

and

ILK

the

!"

OB

WALES

AV.

RINCE

will

CITY BANK.-NOTICE is that hereby given Bank allows INTEREST to its at customers roto of 3 per cent, on per annum tho weekly inhii balance at the credit current of their accounts. By order of the Board, J. THOS. FORD, Manager.

H

if

or

NEW r

MONDAY,

tr

Just

BAKER._

LYSTER

MERCANTILE BANK OF SYDNEY allows INTEREST on DEPOSITS at tho rato of 6 per cent, per annum, payable in 12 months 5 ditto ditto ditto, 6 dilto 4 ditto ditto 3 ditto. ditto, By order of the Directors, G. D'ALBEDYHLL, Manager.

O

requiring

J

RHINO turned

i'ed

O'NEIL,

SACRED

_Mr.

this

jHUiu

unnr-ceB:,aiy

J

S

his celebr

tho

OF THE ABOUT

OF

OK1NCE

THE tho

lttenled

OMFORT IN THE RAIN-Utility Bcrdoo s Vol tilntmg Watorproof Overeo its A largo and beautiful stock from 30 each garments, HOB'-ON nnd WHITIVG

BITTER

(to-night)

BARRY in h¡8 great impersonation of CHARLEY BAKER,

Insuranc*

96,

_W CMjtCULAR wontcn _,

ind WHITINGS Kid Glovos Josophino tamboured plain all is backs, por hilf pair kid gloves, in pair of Judíos packed ologant ecentad euitablo for ceniplimentary sachets, presents LadieB kid gauntlet with kid at cloves, fancy tops, English prias Ladies double button gloves, of shades, at every variety coBt English

inimitoblo ia

wanted

BLLb^AX,

HOBSON ona

STRANGER!

BARRY

THE _C.



!"

Boy. HOLLY

THE DEMON MUCH ADO

Pitt-street

96,

order

DRAPERY

O'NEIL,

BEER

HUSSEY

MARINE INSURANCE CO. Chief London. Office-35, Cornhill, no Capital, £250,000. H.MACKENZIE. 6, Pitt-street. JUN., Agent, INSURANCE Jun., Agent,

af

< '?

KELLY

'"iid

MARINE

NEW to prove nt and others

II E lho Autumn \ fe pupils

no

Ï?

applause,

Sonf, BITTER

"

(Limited.:

MACKENZIE,

m

tia

O'NEIL, In

and

Esq.

NI VERSAL

AKTATIONAL W. H.

parents to 1 y ajplj letter, between 12 30 and

Ccmique,

iglV) (toWoolloowooleo.

BARRY

ROYAL

i/3

FaimlioH

doren

Policies on wool, goods, gold, &c, to Great Britain, nant ed in triplicate, in London in caso of los«!, payable by Mcssis. Atkins anil on Co., who also issue policies behalf of tho Companj, ui, rihks from Great &c. to the Britain, Australian colonies, paynblo, in case of loss, either in Sydney or London. Time on vessels at ratea policies granted according to the nature of the trade in which they aro employed. Goods stowed on deck not covered by tho Company's policies unless spi Wally named. 4th Novomtcr, 1809. Sydney,

W.

leesons

O'NEIL.

THIS EVENING, WEDNEfDAY, HUSSEY in his irrosist bio o:centiicitio<, KELLY and HOLLY, fbo morard», inihoir of exposition Clog Torpi'Chore. and ACKLAND, AMERY, CAMPBELL, beautiful Trios,

]

ADELAIDE

"

63

MR _GIO,

8.

BARRY O'NEIL, his olio and Oddities and rcceivol Comicalities, nightly with tho henrty and genuine of enthuopproval plaudits siastic admirers.

Messrs, Atkins and Co. Messrs. and Joseph Stilling Co. Mr. EdwardB. Forrest. Mr. W. H. Jarrett. at tho current rates of parts,

LornoN.

IN

FRIDAY,

A

:

AGENTS

lit),

nee,

cr SCHOOL-Qmr commencol TRIDAY April, terminates on South Head Road, near torraos Lyons

T

but and

HOUSE.

at

of Guitar and Crayon Globo Road,

1st

in

WALES MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY. £150,000, Capital, Unlimited Liability, 1861. by Act of Council, Incorporated Offices : Georgo-strcot, Sydnoy.

Boulton

eil

r

_W

OPERA

Champion

I

her urch

HE In

rp

1.

commencing

evening,

tiï5yoars

t

pm_W

SOUTH

DIRECTOIIS Thomas Littlejohn, Esq., Chairman. Edwin T. Beilby, Esq. John Fairfax, Esq. Frederick Fanning, Esq. The Hon. S. D. Gordon, M.L.C. Esq., Edward Knox, Esq. AuDiTons : John Btowster, Molineaux, Esq. MAIIINK SVRVBYOK: James Malcolm. Captain SECRETAHY : Robert Garrett, Esq.

Juno

a

!

12

ginir,

,

ANTED,

,

1\

_ROBERT EW

17lh

quested

EASTER. and night io pro eeon in S..dnoy

from

WALES

Every

_HENRY

N

young Box Otlico

nt

quire

RINCE

F

1NVAV11LE

,

FOR

P inuug,

&.o Oftice,

ACHMAN and g o 1 refirrices

l

w

_

ngu

*/» LYU

.

PREPARATIONS und WILSON engaged tho gn ndest spectacles

WANTED-50

MARINE INSURANCES effected at lowest current rates of premium, of particulars which can be obtained at the oftloo. Policieii to Great Britain granted and made in triplicate, in payable if London, required. T. FOX, Manager. UNION FIRE Established TKJOHWICH OFFICE, JL^I 1821. Paid-up £550,000. Lowest ratos, capital, losses settled in 235, Pitt-stroot. promptly Srdnoy. Agont. SEMPILL,

will

thoy Lady of

nrcial

Teacher Pencil

MI_LEIt,

pei

_

Sydney.

Complimentary Bmelit to A Mammoth Bill. in ivvo of th-ir appear groat and Much Lyons, Alo about

desire,

n

eui pt

P

ikor in a a or on privuto family a can rofercnc bo giv»n, willinD day to tuit on m Pnglmh writing £3) Atliresj palary o^p ctcd, B1 ur,

colonial

hrurw

_

special

to,

Tho conrau cduc ition

-

ti

eral

i

i

nt

II

two u

ROOM, Piit and

._

Mr.

By

COMPANY. Pitt-stroot,

Grand Farewell and Mrs. BANDMANN.

characters-The Nothing. GRAND HABBE dtice one of

and

Elvy

-treot

,

.

FRIDAY,

17,

ar

a Gentleman, with Address,

a

Baptut

tetrdoo,

BOARD terms,

J,

a

lady en Crown

and Rosidonco, K , HERALD.

MORNING HERALD OF NEWS, published abroad. 5a per Subscription, Single copies, stamped, 4d,

SYDNEY SUMMARY transmiBBion in advance. news

agents.

MONTHLÏ. re* expressly P»V
annum,

.____

Molbourno. to

129,

pposito

;

-

issue Policies undersigned prepared on every of inmrablo on description interest, lowest ourront terms. Marino lows made payable in India, China, 01 London, of tho Colonial any Company'* Agencies. MONTEFIORE and MONTEFIORE, next Groshom-streot, Exchange. USTIIALIAM GENERAL ASSURANCE OfEco,

Drawing

ui

oo,

f

to

A

i

ire1

S

LONDOV,

c\o

cn (

BOARD and Residence, terms, Civis, HERALD.

by

in town.

_

COMPANY

st',,

ANDKLW iinof rio bli Lo son i St J 1 n B (

1

JLvji i

ornoo

SCHOOL Stinlcj M m
b

BARTLETT

l8,

HOLBORN,

tcen

i:n

«tal

ANTED,

_

'

comír

ÄE1S

;

CE MARINE,

are

M"

li

in"

^0CMS. ivíiot.V^Í.^-í'W

street_

CAN

c5i ,

'

c^iaulishel, and r-u yen's iplie CARPI N1 LRb I) ASK H 18, SA,&nBTBRUSHES and COMBS Gr0D-6 of ovm v.n PORIMVN ,?AT,HMI ty, TURNPUY 'í^Vo' "rAÎHl V¿ WORK GOODS, BOX1S, MRU ,NG DESKb and ovory of description »tciis Bold lv b uibmnkors, it ra themiflts, stttionerj, n ongers Se, £ Wbohmlo ono simp ni oulj 1 r lbo hou f ti that ti CHLAPESl.lN 1 Ht ïl"»-i,-£r 11 ADE

and

rciidonce,

f

w

uni

Cuolt

___

STILL TRIUMPHAL 1 ! two nights of tho great a. lists, Mr und Mrs. BANDMANN. the lust timo of OTHELLO. Posilivily Herr m Bnndninnn bis crar.d character of tho Mo 'r Mis Pulnicr Mill} in her exquisita m of Do demoau coticepti Miss Couper in her fino pint of Emilia; Mr. West a luco. To-niorrnw, last and last night appearance of Mr. aid Mrs, BANDMANN in the STRANGER (for laßt timo).

Wooli

Pimoforto

hu Mes«re

^

'

SilUAllUN.as

o

.

ufo OfUco

Albert street, 321, Geerge

of at

apply

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«3,

fr11

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from

wnuti Man d Biscuit B

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of

Principal

OfBcej-CoUins-Btroot,

Tho

Thoatro

Last

AUSTRAL»

Policicsi

ÓRAN

¡s

AND

Dramatic

tonis

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Head

IN

LIFE,

unlv

P

ft

t

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UbTRALASlAÜ FIRE,

A

CRUSHED! fto

Ttachcr

^^VBI<,T,

Singing

ti

^'^ aB0Äm n m1 U1

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Of-

_vi_

--.je

SHAKESPEARE

COMPANIES_

UT U A Ii LIFE ASSOCIATION ASIA indefeasiblo jrimlu Afiwindnoy.

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is

ERR

P| I

vi

S.-t,T»T?m

EDUCATIONAL

"

_PUBLIC

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IS now

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tr,i.r

thut

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fa,

.

.

Vh/^S^iSXaf^SB^XXtBilSSSSSSSXaWiaa

MONOPOLY Tie, Ttcatro Adolpbi fcy^riy,

Iner

,,,.

ADhLPHI

YOUNG Bread

«

MLKLHANlS,&rACTO

ter

WANTED

SITUATIONS

O fjj

,_..

Lionel Harding. Mies ROSA COOPER.

of

irony Lave

'

;

______>-»

Less-re....Mr. the directicn

X nder

;

^Hstex-i-tnel

ItQXAL,

rgt A

move

ineto

oaur

'

GEORGE F. PRITCHARD tho Funeral of his 1-ito beloved from his No. residence, 6, Elizibeth TO-MOKROW iThun-day) AFTERNOON, C. K1N8ELA oud SONS, Undertakers, 337 South l18, Sumh Head Rond and 3j3 {Ji.ttib. sic.ir Odtlft-llows'Hall.

nro

MISCELLANEOUS.

to

^

cei

_,

JL

tho nnüersi(,uuü, rulurn Bincor my g icril for tho public p«tr ungo re aid for tho kiudnaas jiara past, ot n y patr no that b in fin* toy that puron will bo I intend R otu o pemnc, my Q adnllo fr of charlo fo thi s con n enci d ile, aBoii, how th of tho termination o i h oh du nitie willi Viuxli ill g\cn Sal on, Sussox ? rcct, opp the 1 atcnt L SHAP Slip TER Proprietor

DANCING-I, thanks ho

,

K O ï A J, ADELPHI. LIONEL HARDING, WILSON, and intimato to their patrons that they hav tho »lightest intention of relinquishing tho ra'imgo intuí of the al ove theatre IIB has bein industriously uircu latid by a certain clique. Tiny intend to produce a <;raud on Easier spictiitiilur dumia, Munday, cud engagements aro a for suceesMon iu.ding of stars fr. m England and Amenta. ROSA COOPER, Directress. 4th, April IS70. HEAT RE

HABBEbigto

Mr. rgUllTFRrENDSd to attend invited WIFE to ; Btnet South, nt 3 o'clock. Gi orge-street

THEATRE Messrs

T

NOT

.

FUNERALS. of Mr. ALEXANDER W. S. invited to attend thu Funeral of his deceased oldest SON, from Hurry Gilbut; to movii his rcsitlduv, Douiiien-strect, Kingston, THIS (Wednesday) AFTKltrîOON, at n 3 o'clock, to Necropolis. quartcr-patt JAMES CURTIS, 09. Hunter-street. Undertaker,

npHE SMITHFRIENDS JL are

_

and published by BYBHiiT.-Prlnted of the Sydney ït the Office Morning itreeta, Wcunwdiiy, AptU 6,1870,

Joan flfr

FAIBPAX"»"«1 BOK»| «-* SS>!KS Pitt

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