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Sydney Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1840, Sydney, New South Wales Juror pm for a. B1 y of islands and pout Nicholson he very f a futons for ass Sagirs mid a Flordi in to Culet 1 oppor Umily for parties Wisl i a to visa the above Lille ruling . Having lofty twin and port Nicholson. A Ille Fasi say Ion a Brin lad y be it a 157 tons 1, Muster i by is now loading or the above is tubas Iii Grenier part of Lier cargo untied an a Lamin 105 Pitt Street. Ii if a re 21, 1840. For Hobart town. F Miil a new yacht Bui t up fast filing Harqus australasian packet a 1, 300 tons to then Copperud and Copper fastened d. J. Millie son comma Ider i Jluis vessel having been built expressly Ai a a Muht hat accommodations of a very Superior for passengers and will pos Vivily f for the above port on the 2nd of april iter part of her freight being already eng gun freight or passage Early application must to made to Captain m i Hurson on boned Oral to Paddington wharf late Kirk an i a is or Isaac Simmons s offices Booge Street late " Evani s residence. T. Iliff a Lioe to shippers and passengers fur port i Phillip. Ii e Fine a 1, ship Strath Fieldsa be j. L Spence sail Tot the a a a up re n Tine a i ibis Wiek he still room for a few and Steerage pass Gers. Mechanics and Mcm intending to proceed to Melba Urne where Ihlen a Groat demand for Iligir services will us this a Mon desirable Opportunity and will a Uken on reasonable Tams. No ago will be 2�en on freight a Fier wednesday next. For a a a a a lit or passage apply to the Captain on Boord in a ship laying at messes Aspinall. Browne in of s. Wharf or to Nicholas j Mes & cd. No 5 lower George s reel 30th March 1840. \ u i for London a. Of he Ino first class barque a Rwy so i j i me s Holmes Kwh Hnz William Johns r n. Commander vhf Lons will Cul for the above port on the 20th mar. For freight or passage having Superior apply to Captain Johns on Ltd or to a. Smith it co., Harington horch26 1p40. For London director he first Cliss Brig Tri de St Burthen Soo tons John Todd com Smader is now taking her dead dec weight on Board has room Only few Bales of Wool and will be despatched mediately. For freight or passage apply to Wllis Seq Amman & co., or to s. A. Donaldson. For London direct it to follow the Kinnear 1 up ii e Well known regular trader s is class River built ship Eweretta. For freight or pay. Apply to Captain Darley on Board or to us my. Botts Darling t for London direct. He Samuel w i of Ter Charles Robertson , is now loading her Wool Al Walker s Karf and will be dispatched without deity a Tofor Tahle accommodations for passengers my to Willis sideman & co agents. ? Charlotte place a 1 much 28, 1840. S 1 a for London run Newcastle t " e Fine Fisl class ship a Fly gift Waverl a 362 tons a bsds a Register Jametia Morgan s loading at Newcastle with Wool for London principal part of her cargo being engaged if a will meet with Quick despatch. Maher Cibin accommodations very Superior pal she will return to Sydney to receive a fingers prior to Lier departure for . Spark. T for Liverpool direct. For passengers Only a h e Fine new barque Canada 850 tons Burthen to a Puddicombe a go chartered he we a polut a by he a week in May. Apply to the master on Psi dior to Richard Dawson . Foit London from Newcastle. In lieu of the Prince Regent he h e Fine first class ship hero Captain Ryan 404 tons Register will meet with despatch having nearly the whole of the cargo i " r n e er0 n8b exec no a commo or to Ruoi passengers for which Early application i Moe warily be made. In by this vessel Are requested to notice their Wool will be taken from the stables mile tie head of Ash Island to Newcastle a Lapense thus saving a distance to their a Jor Twenty two Miles of a Sandy and bad or night or passage apply to William i a a. A quire , s run Eye or to w Seow Newcastle. For London direct. It up h e Well known fast sailing British built barque Loro William Bentinck a i. 444 l�n9 Register. James Crow . Has the whole of her dead weight ing Agod and mom Only for a few Bales of Wool will be Dis patched in All april carries in experienced surgeon an has three poop Cabins disengaged. For freight or passage apply to Captain Crow on Board or to Philip a. Flower agent. Huntor Street March 28, 1r40 for freight or charter to England. A a Phe Well known Fine s barque Pero 217 tons. Aply to Captain Gray on Boa or to Thomas Gore & co., agents. T for freight Orch Ter. Phe f�8t-sa�lin� British built barque Union a i so a 327 tons Register p. Webster carries a Large cargo and can be sent to sea within a few Days apply to the on Board or to p. W. Flower agent. Sydney March 10, 1840. For freight or charter the barque Augusta Jessie 380 Tony. Apply to the on Board. For freight or charter. Ryphe fast sailing first-class6 barque Cumberland. 464 tons Register Edward Osborne. Commander. This Fine vessel from her breadth of beam and sailing qualities is peculiarly adapted for the conveyance of Stock passengers or any complo Yount in which dispatch May be important. Her Cabin accommodations Are extensive and Superior. Apply to the on Board at the wharf of the undersigned or to Aspinall Browne & co. M1elbourn a steam packet com Pany Pai ties desirous of becoming shareholders Are informed that it has been determined Hythe provisional committee to close the share list As soon As the number of shares allotted for Syde Are appropriated. Those who be desirous of holding an interest in the above company Are requested to intimate their wishes to messes Aspinall Browne and co., at whose office the proce coins of the committee can be inspected. Signed a. Kemmis. Honorary Secretary i1840. Australian Genera Assurance company late the fire us life Assance company notice is hereby Given that a general meeting of the shareholders in this company will be held it their Cafici in on tuesday 14th april next at twelve o clock precisely for the election of a director a a in room of Robert How Esq resigned. Candidate s Are required to give f Murteen Days notice to of the weekly soars j. C. Phelps Sydney match 16, 1840. Secretary. A Ost italian fire a Assurance company wanted for the service of this company Twenty men of Good character to act As fire men also a working Engineer As conductor and superintendent of particular out required and terms on which these persons will be e nagged May be Learned at ibo office in any Day Between twelve and o clock. By order of the Board of directors j c. Phelps Sydney March 24, 1840. Secretary. Australian auction com Pany notice of business of this company will be removed to the premises in adjoining the Bank of Kew South Wales in the lint Day of april next where goods intended for Sale will be received after the 25th March. Alex. Young managing director. New zealand banking o m p a n a the two thou Sand a snares reserved for Sydney having been All subscribed for in the Short space of two Days and applications for upwards of two thousand shares mor having been made or. Henry Thompson deems it advisable to open a list for applications for shares in the Bank which list he will on ins return to the Bay Lay before a general meeting of the subscribers in new zealand with a re commendation to extend the number of shares in the company to ten thousand instead of five thousand. Or. Thompson however does not guarantee to the applicants that they will obtain the shares or any portion of the shares for which they apply. The list will be open this Day for implications at the Ollie of the Sydney banking company. Henry Thompson agent to the new zealand banking company. Sydney March 17, 1840. shareholders of the australian auction company Are in formed that the deed of co partners is now pre pared and lies at the office in for signature. A. Young managing director. West Maitland Church tend is will be received for putting on the roof the above Church on monday the Ostli april a Lien it is expected that parties tendering will be in attendance to give tiny explanation required. The Timber will be supplied on the spot and the plan can be 6een at the residence of the undersigned where any information requited will be Given. Peter Green Secretary. Legislative Millers of great importance to the Colon Are Likely to come under the consideration of the legislative d uti cil at its ensuing session it is proposed should a sufficient number of subscribers offer to reprint the debates As they appear in the Sydney Uei Ald. The form of the work will be similar to the minor of partial Tel and the Price which must depend upon Tho length of the session will lie in debate. Partis willing to subscribe Are requested to Send their names to the Sydney Herald office As Early As possible in order that the number of copies Likely required May be known before the Council meets. Prospectus of the new zealand banking company the want of a sufficient circulating medium the difficulty of t severely Felt. To remedy this evil and to afford greater facilities to commercial and agricultural enter Puze it is proposed to establish a joint Stock banking company on general and popular principles to place its shares by their number and Small separate value within reach of All classes and thereby Lender the Community in the principle now so extensively recognised in great Britain As far As possible their own Bankers. The Bank shall be culled. New zealand banking with a capital of �50,000 in five thousand shares of �10 each three thousand shares shall be Dispo de of in new zealand and the remaining two thousand re served for the Sydney Market. One Pound per share shall be paid by the subscribers on the Day after the allotment of the shares and a second Deposit of Pom d per share in six months from the commencement of the business of the Bank future Calls at least six months bet ten each Call to be made by the directors and not More than Pound per share to be demanded at each Call. To prevent monopoly it is proposed that no person shall hold More than Hundred shares. The business of the Bank to be conducted by a manager Aud eight directors. At a general meeting of the inhabitants of the Bay of islands convened on the 13th february 1840, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of establishing a joint Stock Bank William v. Brewer Esq., in the chair the follow Ingie solutions Weie unanimously agreed to moved by Henry Thompson etq., seconded by William Wilson Esq " that in the opinion of this meeting the necessity of a banking establishment has for some tie existed and that from the increasing Popula Tion and rising Prosperity of new zealand generally and of the Bay of islands a parti Cular the formation of such an establishment is imperatively called Resolution by Alexander Mac Gregor Etc seconded by Challes b. Brewer Esq " that a Bank he established to be called the new zealand banking company with a capital of �50,000 in live thousand shares of �10 each three thousand shares to be Dii Post of in new zealand and the remaining two thousand to be a Ese ived for the Sydney Resolution by Charles b. Brewer Esq., seconded by win. M Dunald Esq. That a provisional committee be appointed composed of thirteen members Dine to Foi m a quorum Frith Power to add to Belr Nuriu Uei which shall be entrusted with All the i e luminary arrangements of forming tile new zealand banking company and that the s liar e holders shall be bound by their Anan Gemuts " Resolution fourth. Moved by Alexander Macgregor Esq., seconded by George Russell Esq. That no other restrictions than the necessity of giving notice of Sale shall be imposed upon the disposal of shares in the new eau us bunking Resolution by John Kelly etq., seconded by i Rancis Hodgkinson Esq that a list of shareholders shall be opened and Ench person on signing his name shall Deposit a a Security shilling per a baie with the Secretary of the provisional committee and that the funds produced by these deposits shall go towards defraying the expenses incidental to the formation of the new zealand banking Coin Resolution by John Scott Esq., seconded by a. Macgregor Esq. That the share list shall remain Tjien month Only unless it shall seem necessary to the provisional committee to extend the Resolution seventh moved by Henry Thomp son Esq., seconded by win. Butler Esq. _ " that Pound per share Deposit shall he paid on the Day alter the allotment of the shares that a Call of Pound per share shall he made in six months of which due notice shall be Given and that to prevent monopoly no Peison shall hold More than Hundred Resolution by Thomas Chap Lin Esq., seconded by John Weavell Esq. " that the following gentlemen be appointed mrm Beis of the Pouvi Siouan committee Messis. John Scott Henry Thompson Alex Ander m gig or Francis Hodgkinson j. A. Duvauchelle George Russell William Wilson Thomas Spicer Charles b Brewer William Macdonald John Johnston William Butler. Daniel pollen c. T. notice. All parties having claim against or. Jam. S Metcalfe of Kelso in me District of bit Hurst Are requested to for Ward the same to the Urier signed and All Par ties indebted or. Moto alte Are requested to Settle the amount of their debts with Tim under signed on or before the 1st. Of april nut after which those neglecting to Settle will be proceeded against. S. Lambton. Bathurst Marcu l8 1840. Mph a undersigned begs to inform he. Public particularly his old friends Aud customers that he has resumed the business of the Union brewery and that he has no connexion with any other not has he Given authority Tor the removal of the business or any Patt of it and Alto to solicit the orders of his old connexion and the Public generally. Charles Bones. 36, Pitt Street Sydney match 20, 1840 $ William Mullek tailor an Clothier i rom messes. Stultz and co., London has the Honor to announce Lus Ai rival at Sydney in the euphrates accompanied by several first rate Woik Meu Foi the purpose of com mencing business and that lie has taken those commodious premises lately in the occupation of or. Curtis Draper and silk Mercer no. 6 Aud Baving made Arian cements in England with the Moat eminent manufacturers for the Supply of every article connected with his Trade As it comes out in the to Eliopolis and having acted in the capacity of Foreman for Many years in Loudon he flatten himself irom his skill in cutting and his general knowledge of Oery part of the business both in Plain clothe uniforms ladies habit and Young gentlemen s dresses he will be Lound on trial to meet the support and Patio ii Inge of the Public it being his determination to act on the same system pursued by the eminent House above referred to and to charge moderately. No. 6, opposite the commercial Bank Loi i january 1340. Wollongong races these races will come off on the 7ih, 8h, and oth of april 1840 tuesday the 7th april. First race Wollongong parse of fifty Sove reigns two Mike heals weight far Are three entrances or no race. Entrance five pounds second act Maiden plate value thirty Sove reign to be run for by two year Olds the Bona fide property of persons residing in the District of Illawarra for six months at least previous to these rices three entrances or no race Entrance three pounds third race \ sweepstakes for untrained horses with five pounds added from the funds five entrances or no race. Entrance Pound. Wednesday the 8 h april. A hurdle race for Twenty Sovo resins. Twito round the course six leaps four feet High Entrance two pounds. Three entrances or race. Gentlemen riders thu Islay the 9ih april. First race ladies Purso of Twenty five Sove reigns heats once round the course three entrances or race. Entrance two pounds ten shillings. Any horse that Ever won a stake equal in amount to the above to Harry seven pounds extra. Second race a purse of Twenty sovereigns or beaten horses during these rices. Three entrances or no Raco. Entrance two pot ids. Third race a whip with five pounds added from be funds to be run for by ponies not More than fourteen hands catch weights four entrances or no race. Entrance Pound. Sydney weights to be adopted. All horses to be entered the Day previous to running at six o clock a m. At or. Kennedy s " governor Bourke " inn Wollongong a Post Entrance will be allowed exceeding the Entrance by half. Jockeys to be in racing costume Hacks and ponies excepted. Intimation of any private matches must be riven before the races of the Day commence in order that arrangements As to time Nicy be made by the stewards All subscriptions Are requested to be paid to the treasurer at Wollongong on or before the 1st of april. Judge John Osborne eur p. Stewards Captain Westmacott j. P. A Osborne est. P. E. Hancock Eso. Clerk of the course or. John Kennedy. Alexander Elliott v treasurer and honorary Secretary. James Flinn having absconded rom his hired service i hereby offer a Reward of a 1 for his apprehension. A warrant has been taken out for him at Goulburn. name James Flinn ship Eliza 3leary master i8�7 native place Limerick Trade clerk and labourer j year of birth 1808 a height 5 feet 2 inches complexion Sallow and freckled hair Sandy Brown eyes Hazel Grey. General remarks three raised moles right Side of the Mouth sear an the Lett ear served ins Urne Ai port Stephens went there by the name of father Flinn. Robert Patterson. Chat Bury feb. 22, 1840. Martin Horan tailor to Clothier from London begs to announce to the Gantry and Public of Sydney that lie has now opened those premises no 16, put Street non i in the above line. M. H. Having conducted Foi Many years the business of several of the most eminent houses in London flatters himself from his skill in cutting and thorough knowledge of every department of the business combined with punctuality and moderate charges that he will be honoured with a share of Public patronage. No 10, Pitt Street North four doors North of March 30, 1840. Is. George Smith in returning thanks to the numerous ladies who have favored her with their support for the last five years begs to inform them she is Selling the remainder of Der Stock consisting of baby Linen ladies and children s ready made Linen infant s Kerse Mere cloaks drawn silk and braided Satin Bonnet French Cambric Caps thread lace insertion French Merino. Ac., at Cost prices As she is retiring from the drapery business after which a shop to let. No t i c James Wood of South being about to leave the Colony for a Short time hereby give s n Tice that he has appointed or. John Morris no. 2, Harrington Street Church Hill his agent to Horri he has Given full Power to pay and receive All accounts due to him he therefore requests those persons having claims will Send in their accounts and those indebted to him to Settle the same forthwith. James Wood. Samue Baylis Wheelwright an Blacksmith late of a he firm of Joseph and Samuel Bayli bogs most respectfully to inform Nis friends and the Publia in general that he has taken those commodious premises lately in the occupation of messes Taylor and Hosking Brickfield Hill , Sydney where he intends to commence business on his own account and trusts by St Mot attention to the wants of All those who May honour him with their patronage and by keeping a Supply of the Best articles to Merit a share of the very Liberal support he experienced during the time of his being m business with his brother. N. B All drays carts of warranted of the Best workmanship. J i. Hewson Union inn. Newcastle begs to inform the Public generally and the inhabitants of the Hunter that he has made such arrangements As will enable him to Supply them with wines Brandy Gin rum poner and ales in Wood or bottle As Well As colonial Beer by the Hogshead of the very Best Quality and at prices the same As in Sydney freight Only excepted. Persons visiting that District or the g of of their Heath will Lind every requisite accommodation at the Union inn on moderate terms. Good stabling and a constant Supply of Hay and com for parties who May be coming ongoing by the steamers. N b Saddle horses to let at any moment. Port Phillip undersigned begs to state to the in Iid Vitants of Sydney and Vicinity that he intends establishing himself Ai a commission and com Mercial agent in Melbourne where from the facilities afforded Bim and from his general experience in the Trade betwixt Sydney and Mel Bourne he Hopes to obtain a share of that patronage which will be his Earnest study to maintain in securing the Inte rests of those people who May favour him with their commands. J. C. Ingleton. A letters to be directed to the care of sur Geon Neilson lower Sydney. Haul Sappleton being about to proceed to England requests that Ali claims against Litin May be sent in for liquidation and likewise informs those Parsons owing to himself or the firm accounts to tile end of lust year i hit unless such accounts be a my Clintel settled they will to proceeded against without Fiir her notice. 3g Pitt Street. I March 27, 1840. J de u c a t i a in the Rev. , m. A., chaplain or Christ Church Newcastle receives into his House a limited number of pupils to instinct a a the usual branches of education classical mathematical . Parsonage Newcastle March 10, 1340. $ australian and italian Marble works 100, Pitt Street Sydney William Patten returns his thanks to his for Henris and the Public fur the Liberal encouragement he has met with in the introduction of the australian and italian mar Bles and bogs to info ii them that he bus on Sale a variety of Marble Chimney pieces of the latest designs and of the Best manufacture consisting of statuary Borwig to Black. Vein. Dove australian Jasper and Sienna. W. P. Having a Largo Stock of the above marbles in blocks and employing none but the Best workmen can execute orders to any design equal in manufacture and As cheap As can be imported. Orders from the country carefully packed and fixed plaister of Paris prepared or in the raw Stato March 24, 1840. Notice to persons having any claims on the late firm of Bayley and gain Are requested to for Ward the amount thereof to or. Lambton s a Liol Tor Bathurst or to messes Lamb on be Glan vill solicitors , Sydney before the first Day of april next. Sydney March i 1840. Dissolution of partner ship take notice that the partner ship hitherto subsisting Between me the under signed Henry gain and Edward Bayley has ceased to exist from the Day of the Date Hereof and that i will be answerable for no debts contracted by the said Edward Bayley after this Date without my own written order. Dated Bathurst March 10, 1840. Lenity gain. Witness George Glanvill Seltzer water the subs Cri Lier having received a fresh Supply of sparkling Seltzer water in Excel Lent condition is enabled to offer this wholesome acid refreshing beverage at the reduced rate of 16s. 6d. Per dozen Imperial quarts. Edward Salamon we a Sale wine and spirit stores Hunter Street new zealand. A land inner zealand in the most Beautiful and Lavo Roble situations with unexceptionable title in lots to suit purchasers and upon highly Liber no terms apply to w Hart. Lower Corpe Street. Notice. Parties wishing to decline their subscriptions to the Sydney Herald Are reminded that no orders for Discon Pinnance will be received unless accompanied with the amount due to he Herald office up to the end of the current Quarter. Colonial soap Pound of soap for Pou in of tallow also hides bought or exchanged for soap or candles. Also on Sale soft soap suitable for scouring wools. R. W. Robinson late f. J. King . Soap of thu Aliory. Notice to Pound keepers. In consequence of the great losses sex Peri i ended by tile non payment of their no Coutts i Pound keepers Are informed that in future no impounding advertise mint n will lie inserted in the government Gazelle unless payment be made beforehand. Those Pound keepers already indebted Are apprised that their respective accounts i will he handed Over to a solicitor fur recovery it not settled forthwith. Forsake a two Day chronometer by i Herland Davies and co. No 812, purchased from the makers twelve months since. Price �4. App y on Bora the Samuel Winter Mardi 14, 1840 to druggists confectioners a Superior bladder Laud Christali Zed dolby sugar few cases assorted confectionery bottled fruit a \ on Sale at Rees Jones. & co . -.-.-,-. No1 ice to creditors notice is hereby Given tint by indenture bearing even Date herewith we the undersigned have conveyed All our and effects to messes. Charles Roberts Thomas Chapman and Ranulph Dacre All of Sydney upon Trust for the general Benefit of All the creditors of the firm of Roberts Cave and company. Dated this thirteenth Day of february 1840, Joseph Roberts. Thomas Cave. Signed by the said Joseph Roberts and Thomas Cave in a he presence of Ron nut Johnson profitable investment for Emigrant drapers and others with Small capital for Sale a line drapery establish ment in a populous neighbourhood not far from Sydney. Any person possessing thousand pounds or thousand five Hundred pounds will find this an sex cell Cut Opportunity of entering into a profitable concern already established and in full operation the present proprietor having As much As he can attended elsewhere terms Liberal apply to a. At the Gazette office. By inter slops they unders Ned have now on Sale Woollen slops for Winter Issue Vii _ Parramatta jackets and trousers Grey jerseys ditto ditto Blue h on Ley ditto ditto Flushing Oitto ditto Shepherd Coats Parramatta and Kersey cloth blankets rugs Mattrass boots hat. Cape cd. D. Jones & co . A Ort us a he attention of Houise Fly keepers and others wines the undersigned has for Sale sir William Dull Gordon s Superior shorn in quantities in less than dozen at 18s per do7cn-the same As is invariably Chat d of 3ss Fine crusted old port genuine Alto Douro wine at 21s charged 4/.1 Claret Barsac sauternes Madeira ch3mpagou. Lind a i other descriptions of wines equally out a. _ William Hart. Lower George Stree. Ready made suit of clothes of the very Best West of England Wool died cloth made in the most Fishio Haboc elegant and substantial manner for �0 16 0 Bush clothing in immense variety of studs and patterns tweeds Gam Broons Fanoy drills a also Oilskin Waterproof Riding suits with Caps j and gaiters Complete. I address Henry Hayes 72, i eight doors below the Royal hotel. On trial will prove the fact. Sir William Duff Gordon s up comr Sherry at 18s per Dizz a usually charged 32s. Alto Douro port wine Superior Quality 21s of. Usually charged 48s., and All other wines equally reasonable on Sale by w. Hart lower . Berlin received and will be open for inspection on tues Day the 31st instant with a Large assortment of children dresses baby Linen Aat mrs Woolcott a Sydney. Taylor s Brown Stout now Landing in excellent condition from the Anaita. Apply to w. S. A Eloitte & co. T March 28, 1840. Fine and seconds flour Corsalo at the stores of the undersigned by the ton Rees Jones & co. George Street March 17, 1840. For Sale at the stores of the undersigned Mauritius and Java sugars. Lamb & parbury. Re 1h e undersigned has on Sale a few by luncheons of the finest Islay whisky. Also a few dozen cases of very Choice Brandy. Lower Ceorge to Rcpt ? 29ia feb., 1840. J John Goodwin Gol. The undersigned Are Pur chasers of Wool of the present clip. We. Hirst & co Queen Street december 13 1839. 4� of undersigned having v i orders to Purchase seven Hundred halts of Wool of in is Senson s clip is prepared to treat Tor the same i his stores in Hunter Street where an Early application is Regii ested Thos Irvison Ryder Hunter Street 14t� february 1840 o o undersigned will make advances on Wool consigned to messes. P. Craik Slink and Colondona. Ramsay & Young Charlotte place 7lh match 1840 notice the undersigned Are purchasers of Wool and will also make the most Liberal advances upon the same being con signed to their friends in London Charles Appleton & co. March 7, 1840. Of he undersigned will Purchase or i make the most Liberal advances on Wool consigned to their friends in Bristol Massif. Hill Louse Hill & co. W. Drake & co. Lower , March is 1840, it i. S i he undersigned will Purchase or make advances on Wool consigned to London or liver Bdl Gilchrist & Alexander. No. I 20 h March 1840. I let two spacious r joins on the 3 ground Flor lacing Hunter Street suit Able for an attorney s office or i Rajit business. For particular enquire at the Berala office. March 17, 1840. Genteel furnished apartments to be let suited to a Small family. Enquire at 54, put Street opposite the inde pendent Chapel. ? s alarm to Purchase a farm of from Hundred to three Hundred acres partially cleared and fenced with a tolerable House and out buildings thereon with a Good Supply of water. The following districts would be preferred Illa Warra Campbell town or wind of hut any other District would not lie objected to provided the land suited the advertiser All letters to be directed to c my at or. Greenfield a Draper Kings ret East Sydney take notice to prevent unnecessary trouble parties Are requested to be particular in their descriptions of the property titles a. All letters Post paid. Australian agricultural company wanted twelve Shep herds apply at Tamworth Peel s River or at port Stephens. Philip p King commissioner for tha a. A. Company. Port Stephens january 30, 1840. Of anted by the new zealand banking company n manager he must he fully competent to the situation applications which will Btu ouly answered will be received ii to the 31st instant. Apply by letter to or. Henry Thompson agent to the new zealand banking company at the office of messes. Plumbers and Holden solicitors to the company. Sydney March 17, 1840. In a it hypo hosiery a wanted in a a a Good situation premises suitable for the above line. Address stating Haiti Yuliis a to a. B., Post office. A a Tanner anted a Tanner who can work at the beam. Apply to h. Bond put Street South. , a managing common Law clerk and n clerk to conduct the business of a office in Tho country. To gentle men campy tent to the discharge of the duties required Liberal salaries will be offered. Apply to Herald office. Wanted a lad about fourteen years of age As waiter. Apply to or. W. H. Mackenzie at the Bank of Australia Between the hours of nine and ten o clock in tha morning. Anted,"1� Man servant apply at thu residence of r Campbell Esq., m. A Georgc Street. to proceed to the Interior ten shepherds and Sis hut Cipera. Apply to Montefiore Breillatt and co., o Connell Street. Wanted a female servant of Allwork who can Wash and Iron and can make herself generally useful. Apply to mrs. Scott fort Street opposite the Flag staff. Classical teacher wanted a Good classical teacher for an Academy. I apply by letter Only Post paid to the Rev. J. M Gar vie Sydney. Wanted a second officer for ship of live Hundred tons. Apply at the of we of Aspinall Brown & co. Wanted by the undersigned eight men accuse tried to fencing and grubbing four Bullock Drivers four plough men and two gardeners. Application to to made to or j. Walford Sydney. Alexander Long. March 25, 1840. Anted a storekeeper to act As under overseer also two Sawyers. Application to be made by letter Post paid to Captain Scott at the fort Sydney. Bookbinder wanted Toprock Eedo port Phillip a Bookbinder to work in a bookseller s shop As the salary will to Liberal the party will be expected to find his own tools. None but sober men whose character will Bear the strictest investigation need no my. Apply any morning to or. Kemp Herald office. No o line drapers a a assistants wanted by the under signed steady and Active Young Man thoroughly acquainted with the drapery business. Also a respectable Man As clerk perfectly acquainted with Book keeping and the general business of a counting House he will be required to reside on the premi Given. Apply to or. C. Weavers coach builder Castlereagh Street wanted immediately two agricultural labourers to proceed about Twenty five Miles rom Sydney shillings per week and full rations apply per. Tonally to or. Taylor no. I , opposite the Asylum. " Sydney March 24, 1840. To. Wanted four shepherds and , for he Muir s River. Apply to or. Benington Oatlands hear Parramatta or to Thomas again Kent Street Sydney to anted Len Good shepherds and two experienced Bullock Drivers sober. Men will Niel with ent on applies Tat inn to or. C. Tomisan Clydesdale near Windsor. Ticket of leave holders would by pref immediately bythe undersigned six wheelwrights and two blacksmiths Liberal wages will be Given and e instant employment ensured to Good and steady mechanics. Samuel Baylis. V Wheelwright and Blacksmith. George Street South Sydney 1 March 26 1840. J " to wanted for a family hotel in the country a Man As Cook who thoroughly understands his business. Wages not an object. Apply to h. Fisher and co. Sussex distillery March 20, 1840. Vacated for a sea i family near Sydney a woman As Plain Cook and to get ,11p Linen for the family none need apply but what can be Well recommended. Apply. Vib Herald office. March 26 1840, to anted a respectable woman As " nurse to proceed with a lady on Ai voyage to the Indian islands and return to Sydney afterwards to have the option of pro a ceding to England. Apply to Montefiore Breillatt 4 co March 25, 1840 Flo line drapers. Wanted �5 by the undersigned an assistant in a lie drapery Titi s miss none but steady hands need apply. W. U. Richardson to lend on mortgage on town properties at twelve and a Lial Alperi cent in sums of not less a hah �6250. A filly by"1 letter to xxx at the Herald Obi. " ,

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