QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVI
The LADY BOWEN, SATURDAY,
June 2, at 10.30 a.m.
The LADY YOUNG, WEDNESDAY,
Juno 6, at 1.30 p.m.
FOB MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and
The PLATYPUS, TUESDAY, Juno 5, at
Tho AMY, THURSDAY, May 81.
The EMU, FRIDAY, Juno 1, at 11.30 a.m. The AMY, SATURDAY, June 2.
ROBERT R. S MELLIS, Secretary. Q.3.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane.
USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI-
SvÇjSAM TO SYDNEY.-Every TUESDAY, ^."THURSDAY, and SATURDAY.
Saloon, £5 ¡ Return, £8 ; Steerage, £2.
The CAWARRA, This Day, THURS
DAY, May 31, at 8.30 am.
The TELEGRAPH, SATURDAY next,
TO MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and
ROCKHAMPTON, overy TUESDAY.
The WILLIAMS, TUESDAY next, June 5. TO IPSWICH-Saloon, 6s. ¡ Fore Cabin, 8s. ;
Freight, 10a. per Ton.
The BRISBANE, This Day, THURS
DAY, May 31, at 10 a.m.
Tho IPSWICH, To-Morrow, FRIDAY,
June 1, at 12 a.m.
The BRISBANE, SATURDAY, Juno 2,
at 12 a.m.
O'REILLY & PRITCHARD, Agonts. A.8.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane.
STEAM TO ENGLAND VIA PANAMA.
rPHE Panama, New Zealand, and
', JL Australian Royal Mail Steamship
1500 Tons, 500 Horso-power, will be despatched from SYD-
NEY for PANAMA, oía WELLINGTON, NEW
ZEALAND, at 3 p.m. June 15th. WELLINGTON, depart . 24th. PANAMA, arrive . July 21st.
Tranship for SOUTHAMP- TON, into tho Royal Mail Company's Steamship at
COLON, departing. July 23rd.
SOUTHAMPTON, arrive. AuguBt 14th.
inclusivo of transit across the Isthmus,
SYDNEY TO SOUTHAMPTON :
Saloon, from. £95 to £105
(according to cabin).
Second Cabin . £65.
SYDNEY TO PANAMA ONLY J Saloon, from. £55 to £60 Second Cabin . £35.
Pasaongers can proccod from Panama by steam (via Franco) to all parts of tho Continent, New York, Canada, British Columbia, San Fran- cisco, Callao, Valparaiso, &c, &c.
The fares botweon tho Isthmus and Now York, aro :
Chief Cabin . £1G Second Cabin. £10.
The easiest, safost, and most pleasant route to ENGLAND, AMERICA, and the CONTI-
For further information, rato of freight, &c., apply to the Company's Office, Grafton Wharf,
JOHN' VINE HALL, General Manager.
WANTED to CHARTER a
VESSEL of about 200 tons
rcgistor, to load Guano at Lady ' Elliot'sj Island for Sydney. For particulars apply at the ofllco of the under signed. WEBB BROTHERS, Eagle-Btrcet.
THE Undersigned receive CARGO for Ips-
wich daily, and forward same by Steamer or Lighter as desired, with despatch
J. & G. HARRIS.
Wharf, BriBbano. 3603
PASSAGES FROM EUROPE
BLACK BALL LINE OF CLIPPER SHIPS,
Under Contract with the Queensland
FRIENDS AT HOME.
PERSONS desirous of REMITTING FUNDS
to FRIENDS at HOME, for the purpose of Paying their Passagos to Queensland by the Black Ball Line, under tho Land Order System -by -which all persons over twelve years of ago, paying their own passage, will receive a Thirty pound (£30) Land Order, and Children under twelve a Fifteen-pound (£15) Land Order-can remit the whole or part of the Passage Money through the undersigned ; and should the Bums remitted not be used for the payment of Pas- sages, the amount will be roturned to the parties remitting in the Colonies.
TEEMS OF PASSAGE MONET :
Steerage.£15 Intermediate . 20 Second Cabin. 25
Saloon.45 and £50 Apply to BRIGHT BROTHERS & Co. ¡ or J. & G. HARRIS. 106
COBB AND OO.'S
ROYAL MAIL COACHES,
Through to Toowoomba in One Day.
THE above Coaches leave Montgomery's
Royal Hotel, North. Brisbane, and Nolan's Royal Mail Hotel, South Brisbane, for Ipswich f id Toowoomba, at 5.10 a m. DAILY (Sunday \ .*££$). For Ipswich, at 12.50 p.m. DAILY (Sunday excepted).
Fare to Ipswich, 6s.
N.B.-Parcels forwarded without delay, at moderate chargCB._ 1587
ON AND AFTER THE 1ST JUNE,
COBB & CO.'S COACHES will leave the
Royal Hotel,' Brisbane, for Ipswich and Toowoomba, daily at 6.25 a.m., and Noon; and Dalby on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 6.25 a.m., and Noon. 7252
CITY COACH WORKS.
UGGIES ON HIRE. BUGGIES ON SALE.
BUGGIES and CARRIAGES of every de- scription BUILT to order, at the City Coach Works, Queen-street, Brisbane.
4530 BENNET & EDDS, Proprietors.
SOVEREIGN HORSE BAZAAR.
LIVERY, BATT, AND COMMISSION
SADDLE HOBSES, Buggies, Carriages, &a,
4238^M'LENNAN & DUNCAN, Proprietors, TJ10R SALE, 250 LOADS of EARTH. Apply .f- to Mr. BRIGGS, at the Works opposite Apothecaries' Hall, Edward-street. 7283
QUEENSLAND LYING-IN HOSPITAL.
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL.
Under the Distinguished Patronage and Presence
of His Excellency
SIR GEORGE AND LADY BOWEN,
And the Threo Provincial Grand Masters of
THE Committeo of the Quconsland Lying-in
Hospitnl have much ploasuro in announc- ing that their ANNUAL BALL in aid of the above Institution will take place on THURS- DAY, June 14, at Mason's Concort nail.
Refreshments, as usual, will bo amply pro-
Tickets may bo obtained from any of tho Stewards, whose names will be duly announced in a future advertisement. Ladies' Tiokots, 10s. 6d. ; Gentlomon'B Tickets, £1 Is. ; Family Tickets, admitting Threo Ladies and One
Gentleman, £2 2s._ 7295
THE QUEENSLAND EXHIBITION
IS NOW OPENED Daily, at tho Victoria
Theatre, from 10 to 1, and from 2 to 5
Tickets of Admission will bo issued at the Front Door, price One Shilling.
Ohildron under 12 years of ago, accompanied by their Parents, will bo admittod Free.
7007 0. B. LYONS, Secrotary.
LYING-IN HOSPITAL BALL.
A MEETING of Ladies and Gentlemen
will take place at the Town Hall, on THURSr)AY,_3l8tJnstant, at_380 p.m. 7203
NORTH AUSTRALIAN LODGE, No.
976.-REGULAR MONTHLY MEET-
ING, TO-NIGHT, Thursday, the 31st of May, at half-past 7 o'clock precisely.-Bj, order of the W.M., ^
7324 G. 0. HORSTMANN, Secretary.
A MEETING of the BRISBANE FOOT-
BALL CLUB will be held at Braysher's Metropolitan Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 31st instant, at half-past 7 p.m. Business-Adop- tion of Rules, Election of Officers, &c., &c.
7272 T. A. BOARD, Hon. Sec. pro tem.
TENDERS will bo received up to June 7, for
CLEARING, STUMPING, and TRENCHING 2 Acres of Land. For particu- lars, apply to J. DOWNING, Spring mil. 7155
TENDERS are invited for PAINTING
a COTTAGE, at Breakfast Creek. Specification to bo scon at tho Cottage, near the Bowling Green Hotel. Tenders to bo delivered on or before Juno 6th, to 0. HUMBER, Breakfast Creek Road. 7280
TENDERS aro invited until the 4th of June,
at noon, for tho erection of THREE SHOPS in Queen-street.
Tho lowest or any tender not nocessarily ac- cepted.
Plans &c, at the office of the undersigned.
JAMES FURNIVAL, O.E., Architect, Queen-street. 6998
TENDERS aro hereby invitod for the EREC-
TION of BANKING PREMISES for Union Bank of Australia. Plans and Specifica- tions to be aeon at ray Office, where Tenders aro to bo sent on or before MONDAY, Juno 11, 1866. The lowest or any Tender will not neces- sarily be accepted.
JAMES COWLISHAW, Architect. Kingsford's Buildings. 7149
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. NEW MEDICAL HALL.
BO. ROWLAND, CHEMIST, &o. (Member
. of tho Pharmaceutical Society), Brunc wick-strect, corner of Wickliam-Btrect, Forti- tude Valley, respectfully informs his friends and tho public of Brisbane that he lias REMOVED to more Commodious Promises at tho above address, whereby ho has secured a central posi- tion, commanding Spring Hill und tho Bowen Bridge Road traffio ; and also affording greatly increased accommodation for his enlarged stock of DRUGS and CHEMICALS, just imported per Osborne House.
Wliilo thanking that portion of the public whoso confidence and support ho has so much satisfaction in acknowledging, he begs to assure the inhabitants of Brisbane that nothing shall bo wanting on his part in supplying to their ad- vantage all Domestic Medicines pure and fresh, while the DISPENSING DEPARTMENT will always reccivo, as hitherto, his immediato personal attention._7282
MANUFACTURED AND BOTO BY
Chemist, Albert-street, Brisbane.
MINERAL WATERS, equal to tho Brighton. Tho TONïO WATER is unequalled as a soothing stomachic, and as the most palatable of bitters.
Retail Houses and Families supplied. 6122
M. WARD, SURGEON DENTIST,
(Nearly Opposite the Town Hall.)
MB. WARD is now prepared to supply
ARTIFICIAL TEETH, of Superior Workmanship, on the Finest Gold or the new PINK VULCANITE BASE.
Teeth Stopped, Scaled, or Extracted. Children's Teeth carefully regulated.
All instruments and appliances used guaran- teed to bo of the latest and most approved invention. ^
Hours of business, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Mr. WARD visita Ipswich' on the first Thursday in every month.
Private Entrance-Next Mr. Kosvitz's,
Mr. WARD carries on his Drug Business as usual in Ann-street, Fortitude Valley. 6257
ARTIFICIAL TEETH MOUNTED
THE NEW PINK VULCANITE BASE.
Unsurpassed for Finished Workmanship,
MB. W. F. 0. WILSON,
GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE, Nearly opposite the Courier Office.
QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION
FOB SALE, Ten SHARES of £10 each
(paid np) in the above Company. GEO. W. M'KEAND, Queen-street, near George-street. * 6928
Jß-i REWARD.-LOST, from Now Farm, 3wX on Saturday last, a Bay COB, branded WW near shoulder ; tho above will bo paid on delivery to Mrs. COOMBS, Now Farm. 7312 fîï 10s. REWARD.-LOST, last night, S/l betweon Queon and Edward streets, one SPADE GUINEA, one Double LOUIS D'OB, and a Gold Chinese Coin; together with part of a Nuggot Chain. Apply to H. HEILBRON, Globe Hotel. 7320
fd£) REWARD.-LOST, from Mount Ver Ö^jU non, near tho Cleveland Road, in February lost, Two HORSES, of tho following brands and description :-Light Chosnut Pony Mare, branded FB (conjoined) O. Bay HORSE, short tail, slightly lame, branded T near shoulder,
JE off shoulder. Whoever will deliver the samo to tho undorsigncd, at Mount Vornon,
shall receive the above roward.
DERWENT FORSTER. .
Mount Vernon, May 29, 186G._7276
0~i S) REWARD.-Supposed to havo been O&jLJml Stolen from Mount Abundanco, a Chcsnut COB, brandod H (the H in oirclo) near
shoulder ; a dark Brown Cob, branded DMD shouldor ; a Bay Maro, brandod B2 near near shoulder, IG near saddle. Tho abovo Ro- ward will be paid to any person giving such information as will load to the conviction of*tho thief or thieves, and tho recovery of tho horsos.
Mount Abundance, May 17. 7119
TO MRS. G. M INN.-Not known at
Fisher's Cottage. A Stray COCKATOO is at tho Cottago noxtthoSorvants' Homo, Ann stroet, and will bo given up on payment of the cost of this advertisement. 7271
NOTICE.-Persons OWING MONEY to
the firm of QUINTON & COSTIN are requested to pay the samo immediately at their establishment, South Brisbane, or thoy will bo put into the hands of a Solicitor for recovery, tho said Accounts being scoured to the Commer- cial Bank, Brisbano, and W. J. Costin by Bill
5309_W. J. COSTIN.
NOTICE.-To tho Inhabitants of Potrio
Terrace and tho Publio at large.-I will not bo responsible for auy DEBTS contracted by Margaret O'Keofo, from this dato.
Brisbane, May 31,1866._7821
NOTICE.-Parties having left BOXES at
the British Empiro Hotel, aro requested to havo them REMOVED within Bovcn days from this dato ; if not, thoy will bo sold to defray expenses. 7228
ALEXANDER NISBET, DECEASED.
IN Pursuanco of tho Trust Proporty Act of
1862 : Notico is hereby givon by ALEX- ANDER BROWN, of Glenmore Road, Pad- dington, near tho City nf Sydnoy, and by MARIA VAN MATER NISBET, of Melrose Cottage, Armidalo, in the colony of Now South Wales, Executor and Executrix of tho last Will and Testament of ALEXANDER NISBET, formerly of Sydnoy, in tho said colony, Clerk in tho Government service, afterwards of New- castle, in the said colony, Roportor and Editor of tho Newcastle Chronicle, and subsequently of Brisbano, in tho colony of Queensland, who died in tho month of July, 1865, that tho said Executor and Executrix aro about to distribute tho Assets of tho said Alexander Nisbet, the toBtator, in or towards tho payment of tho Debts due by him to themselves, the said Executor and Executrix respeotircly, or in such other manner as the circumstances of the case may require or allow, and that the other Creditors of tbo said Alexander Nisbet (if any), and all othors en- titled (if any) aro to send in their Claims against the Estato of the said Alexander NiBbot to the said Alexander Brown and Maria Van Mater Nisbot, or to Edmund Burton, of Elizaboth-strcot, in the said city of Sydney, Solicitor for the said Executor and Executrix, so that tho samo may be recoived on or boforo tho 31st day of August noxt, or in default thorcof thoy will bo peremptorily oxcluded from tho benefit of the said distribution.
Dated this 25th day of May, I860.
EDMUND BURTON, Elizabeth-street, Sydney, Solicitor for the said Executor and
NOTE.-It is espooially required that every Creditor sending ni a Claim, and having any judgment, or deed, or other soourity, do givo notico of tho same, and furnish particulars thereof, as otherwise such Creditor will bo un- derstood to bo merely a Creditor by simple contract._7235
NOTICE is hereby given that the SHARE
LIST of tho OOMMEROIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA will ho CLOSED on THURSDAY, tho 81st inBtant, at 12 o'clock noon. Tho Allotment of Shares will take place immediately thereafter.
JAMES NAPIER, Secretary. 22, Collins-Btrcct West,
Melbourno, May 10th, 1866. 7237 TnE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF T. P.
AS a FINAL DIVIDEND is about to bo
declared in this Estate, notice is hereby given, that all CLAIMS heroin, not duly regis- tered at tho Office of Mr. G. B. SHAW, Accountant, Quay-street, on or before tho 16th day of JUNE proximo, will not bo recognised.
(Signed) H. S. GRENNFELL}
By his Attorney I aVui,tees#
E.P. LIVEHMOUE f -L""1*'0
J. R. M' WILLIAM ;
Rockhampton, May 10, I860._7118
MR. J. P. LANE, and Mr. A. MOSES,
will plcaBO Call on DICKSON & DUN-
Brisbane, May 15,1866. 6602
O H N MORTIMER, FREDERICK FUGLE,
FREDERICK KELLAWAY, and PETER NEILSON, Aro requested to call on
DICKSON & DUNCAN.
Moy 29th, 1866._7270
BRISBANE PRIVATE GRAMMAR
SCHOOL -Tlie Fortitude Valley Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society's PRIZE
for ELOCUTION has been awarded to Mr. ALLEN, a student of the Grammar School Evening Elocution Class.
EVENING CLASSES, under qualified Teachers, for Mathematics, Classics, English, Modern Languages, Drawing, Surveying, &c. Gentlemen prepared for the Bar, Civil Service, or other examinations. References to Pupils and Parents of Pupils. Prospectuses to be had on application._7065
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.-The Under-
signed have REMOVED to their NEW PREMISES in Eagle-street, opposite the en- trance to Messrs. G. Raff & Co.'s Wharf.
O. MUNRO & CO.
April %, 1866._4886
HEADSTONES, and other Cemetery work,
at REDUCED PBICES. PRENTICE & SON, near Reservoir, Roma-street. 7255
D. F. METCALFE,
(From Glaister's, Sydney.)
GALLERY NOW OPEN DAILY, from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m, over Mr. Hughes' pre- mises, Queen-street, three doors from Edward street. The public are invited to call and examine the specimen Portraits. 7094
m H E QUEENSLANDER,
PUBMSHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING,
At the office in George-street,
Contains a Full Digest of tho News of tho Week, for the use of that large numbor of persons who are out of tho reach of a daily
Is specially adapted for 'circulation among those engaged in Agricultural or Pastoral Pur- suits. It contains Full Market, Reports and
Country News from all parts of tho Colony.
SUBSCRIPTION.-6s. 6d. por Quarter, or 21B. per Annum, whioh must bo paid in advance, in
COTTAGE PIANOS, MUSIC, AND MUSICAL
GIVING UP BUSINESS.
THE Undersigned beg to inform the publio
in gonoral that tboy aro determined on GIVING UP this BRANCH of BUSINESS, and thoy thereforo offer to tho publio thoir valuable Stook of Pianofortes, MUBÍC, and Musi- cal Instrumenta, at a great sacrifice
No reasonable odors will bo refused.
Tho Instruments aro by the best English Makers, and comprising all tho Latost Improve-
FALKNER & CO., Musio Warehouse, cornor of Georgo and Adelaido streets. 6997
RETIRING FROM THE RETAIL TRADE.
THE undorsignod, on retiring from the Retail
Trado, begs to return his thanks to his friends and the publio gcnorally for tho vory liberal patronago received during tho past Elovon years, and to inform thom that Mr. JOHN CHARLES SMITH, for some years Manager of his Rotail Grocory Business, being now tho purchaser of the samo, will in futuro carry it on in tho Shop at tho cornorof Queen and Creek streets, opposito tho vSohool of Arts and Now Commorctnl Bunk, now in course of erection. With his knowledgo of Mr. Smith, ho can con- fidently recommend him to his Monds and tho public, and invites thoroforo for him tho con-
tinuation of their favors.
W. J. COSTIN.
W. J. 0. will Btill carry on tho business of Wholosalo Druggist, Grocer, Produco, and General Merchant, on tho Old Premisos in Quocn-stroot.
JOHN CHARLES SMITH, succossor to W. J. Costin, RETAH and FAMILY GHOOEII, bogs to inform his friends and tho publio gono rally that ho has commenced business as above, on those premisos at tho cornor of Queen and Creek streets, opposito tho School of Arts, and Commercial Bank, where ho hopos by strict attention to business, combinod with a Stock of Best Articles of Trade, to merit a continuation of tho favors so liberally bestowed upon Mr. Costin during the past eleven years.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Suporior Fine Flavored Teas
Company's Rofinod, and Mauritius Sugars
Finest Plantation Coffee
Superfino Adelaide and Californian Flour
Jams, Pickles, Fruits," Hams, Bacon, Oheoso,
As well as every other article in tho Trade, at tho lowest possible prices. 7102
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE PARTNERSHIP hithorto existing
between the undorsignod, trading under the name, firm, or eylo of W. J. COSTIN & CO., as Ohomists and Druggists, lins this day been dissolvod by mutual consent.
(Signed) W. J. COSTIN,
B. B. SMITH. Witness-L. F.LANDSBEBG.
Brisbane, May 25, 18G6. 7103
RETIRING FROM THE RETAIL TRADE.
WJ. OpSTIN, on Retiring from tho Re
. tail Trado of CHEMIST and DRUG- GIST, begs to thank his friends and the public generally for the liberal patronage received by him for tho last eleven years, both OB a member of tho lato firm of W. J. Costin & Co., and before, and to inform them that his late Partner, Mr. BENJAMIN BRITTEN &MITH will in .futuro carry on the Baino Business on tho premises lately occupied by the Firm, opposito Mr. J. W. Buxton, Quecn-stroot. A continua- tion of patronago for Mr. B. B. SMITH, as Successor to the Firm of W. J. COSTIN & CO,, is earnestly invited. 7104
BENJAMIN BRITTEN SMITH,
CHEMIST, DBUGGIST, &O.,
HAVING Purchased tho Business of W. J.
Costin & Co , begs to inform his friends and tho publio generally that ho intends to carry on tho said Business of CHEMIST and DRUG- GIST, on the promises lately occupied by the firm, where ho trusts, by strict attention, to merit a continuation of thoso favors so liberally be- stowed upon the late firm, and engages to keep tho best articles at tho lowest possible prices.
Genuine Drugs, Chemicals, Porfumory, &o., received regularly from the first houses in Lon- don and tho Colonies. 7105
WALLEN, George-street, noar the
. Hospital, fis prepared to EMPTY Wator-closots, Cess-pools, and Remove Rubbish of all kinds on tho shortest notice, keeping a proper Cart for tho occasion.
N.B.-Any orders sent to the above address will meet with punctual attendance. 7128
(Four Doors from Town Hall,)
ANN-STREET, FORTITUDE VALLEÏ,
EST HEARSES, MOUBNING
COACHES. Charges Moderate.
N.B.-Open all Hours of the Night. 6422
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOISTEEBB,
BEGS to return thanks to his numerous
patrons and friends for their custom since ho started business in Brisbane, and in soliciting a continuance of these favors be avails himself of this opportunity to inform them that ho has made arrangements for extending his business in all itB branches, including that of
Having just purchased a splendid NEW HEARSE, together with all the Paraphernalia requisite for carrying out FUNERALS, in accordance with the requirements of all classes of the community, ho is prepared to conduct this branch of business with punctuality and despatch, and at a COST of FIFTY PER CENT. BELOW the terms of ANY OF THE HOUSES IN TOWN.
Mark the Address!-Opposite Buxton's, Queen-street. 8236
IF Mr. THOMAS LEWES, formerly Mid-
shipman in Wigram's sorvico, will apply, personally or by letter, to tho undersigned, ho will hear of something to his advantage.
7323 J. & G. HARRIS, Brisbano.
MB. HINRICH MOELLER, formerly in
tho employ of R. UNGER, Pork Butcher, in Capo Town, who arrived in Adelaide per San Fraucisco, is requested to call at tho offico of O. HEUSSLER & CO., Qucen-strcct, Brisbano. 7297
SPRING HILL NEWS AGENOY.
MR. G. D. HARRISON, BOOKSEMBR and
NEWS AGENT, Loichhardt-stroot, Spring Hill, is appointed GENERAL AGENT for tho Courier and Queenslander in this District ; and is authorised to receive Subscribers' naraos and Advertisements on tho samo terms as at the Publishing Offleos.
Courier Offlco, March 3, 18GG. 3312
ADVERTISEMENTS for tho Courier re-
ceived up to 9 o'olook every Evening ; also, for tho Queeiislander up to 2 o'clock on Friday Afternoon on tho saino tonus as at the Publishing Offices by G. D. HARRISON, Bookseller and News Agent, Loiohhardt-street, Spring Hill. 3313
THE COURIER Dolivorod at an oarly
hour to Subscribers Weekly, Monthly, or Quarterly at Is. Gd. por wook; 5s. 6d. por month ; 15s. por quarter.
G. D. HARRISON Soring Hill Nowa Agonoy. _3314
TO RACING MEN, SQUATTERS, AND
OTHERS REQUIRING A RACER OR SIDE SADDLE MARE.
GIPSY GIRL, tho Protty Jot Black Filly, by
the Imported Horeo Sailor, and Kitty Wron, is now offered for Positivo Sale She is perfectly quiet, and has boon acoustomod to Sido Saddlo, for which purpose she is unequalled in Queensland. For other particulars, Price, «to., apply This Day or To-morrow, to D. DONI VAN, Stauloy-strcot, South Brisbano. 7273
TO BUTCHERS.-To bo DISPOSED OF,
a woll-ostablishod BUTCHERING BU- SINESS, in a thickly-populatod x'ortion of North Brisbano. Terms moderate Address, B. G., office of this paper. 7285
TO bo DISPOSED of, tho LEASE, GOOD-
WILL, FIXTURES, mid STOCK of nn HOTEL, situatod in tho most contrai and com- manding position for tho convonionoo of visitors to Brisbano, and of persons engaged in business in tho city. Tho IMPERIAL HOTEL has onjoyod tho class of trado hore which the Crite- rion dooB in Molbourno, or tho Royal in Sydnoy, and is now to bo disposed of for reasons that can he shown to bo perfectly satisfactory, thoro foro a uiOBt dcBÍrable opportunity is afiordod to a suitablo person to outer into a business which must, in courso of time, lead to a compotonoy.
For torms, &o., apply to BRABANT & CO. _6226 ROCKHAMPTON, QUEENSLAND.
FOB SALE, that long-established and well-
known Hotel, the ULSTER ARMS, Main Dawson Road, Rockhampton.
The important Position of the above Hotel renders it, without exception, in the hands of an enterprising person, one of tho best specula- tions in Northorn Quoonsland, commanding, as it has done for a number of years, a large Town Trade, with an extensive up-country and travelling connection.
The BUILDINGS are of Brick, on about Three Acres of land, held on a lease of five years from January 1, 1867, at a low rental, with right of purchase at any period during that term for £2000 sterling. The cost of erection and laying out the Gardens alone cost
The ACCOMMODATION consists of Bar, Bar Parlor, largo Dining-room, with folding doors, Private Sitting and Bed Rooms, large Hall, 35 x 20 feet, togethor with Twenty-seven Bed Rooms and Two Bath Rooms, &c.
The CELLARAGE is extensive.
WATER-TANK of 15,000 Gallons.
The STABLING and general outside build- ings are replete with every convenience.
The Celebrated FLOWER GARDEN is a favorite resort of the Rockhampton public, beautifully laid out as a pleasure ground, with largo Rotunda, Bowers, &c., &c.
The Tenant's right in this valuable Property will be sold by auction, at Rockhampton, on THURSDAY, June 28, 1866. For further particulars apply to
7175 WM. LLOYD, Land Agent, Rockhampton.
MONTGOMERY'S ROYAL HOTEL,
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION for
Suites of Rooms for Families.
Cobb and Co.'s Coaches leave Daily for Too-
woomba and intermediate towns.
5218 J. K. MONTGOMERY, Proprietor.
L S O N'-S
TABLE D'HOTE AT 1 P.M. 925
ANSON'S FAMILY HOTEL,
(Near tho Botanical Gardens.) 5181 QUEEN'S HOTEL, cornor of Creek and
Charlotte streets, Brisbane, overlooking the Steamors and Companies' Wharves. First class Attendance, &c. Luncheon at 1 o'clock, and Dinnor at 6 o'clock p.m. Ice, and icod drinks every day. Private Sitting Booms. A Beading-room with all the English and Colonial papers. H. G. LYNDE, Proprietor. 206
THE Undersigned begs to inform his Friends
and tho Public of Brisbano and its vicinity, that he has takon the above-named Hotel, and trusts that he will receive, as ho will alwajB endeavor to- merit, the patronage of visitors to the healtliful and pleasant watering place of
_ The Hotel is now able to afford Accommoda- tion to Families and Gentlemen desirous of escaping from the crowded city to inhale tho pure sea breezes of the Bay, and great improve- ments aro instantly to bo undertaken which will render it second to no houso in Queensland for every comfort and convenience.
The Slock of Ales, Winos, and Spirits has been selected by the Proprietor from the prin- cipal Wholesale Houses, and every article sold by him is guaranteed to bo tbo best of its kind procurable in Brisbane.
A Coach runs three times a week, and will run every day when sufficient inducement offers.
Arrangements can be made, if desired, for Board and Lodging, with private sitting rooms, ab moderato charges, and quite separate from the publio portion of the Establishment.
Boats, Saddle Horses, <£c, always to be ob-
Quoit and Skittle Grounds.
6992 J. T. HALIGAN, Proprietor.
WANTED good BUBBLE MASONS.
Apply on tho A.S.N. Co.'s Wharf. 7245 WANTED a COACHMAN. Apply to
Mr. D. F. EOBEETS, Queon-stroot. 7219 WANTED, from GO to 70 Dozen STUFFED
BIRDS. Apply to F. GARDNER, 84, Collius-strcct woet, Melbourne, Victoria. 7236 WANTED to Purchaso Availablo LAND
ORDERS. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms. 6943
WANTED £500 worth LAND ORDERS,
at Highost Prico. FRASER & BUCK- LAND, Auctioneers. 4469
WANTED a YOUNG MAN, who under-
stands tho Grocery BUBÍUOSS. M. HUGHIES, Quoon-streot. 7307
WANTED HOUSES to Clip and Singe.
Address W. TAYLOR, Brisbano Horso Infirmary, ElizabotU-streot. 7225
WANTED a MEDICAL DOCTOR to tako
chargo of Passongors at Dunwich. Apply to Captain BANKS, Goorgo-su'oot. 7325 WANTED TENDERS for Supply of
BREAD. For particulars, apply to Captain BANKS, Goorgo-stroot._7326
WANTED a SMALL-GOODS BAKER.
Apply to FRED. SHAW, Confootionor, Quoon-streot, nour tho Town Hall. 7311
WANTED a FEMALE SERVANT.
Apply to Mrs. PENSOLD, at tho Quocns land Hair Cutting and Shampooing Saloon. 7284 WANTED by a rospoctablo Widow, ono or
two CHILDREN to tako cara of. Ad-
dress Mrs. CHANDLER, Skinnor-strcot, Spring Hill. 7310
WANTED to disposo of from 20 to 30
quarts of MILK, to bo dolivored at any of the Ferries. Addross CASK, ofllco of this paper;_7278
WANTED a NURSEMAID. Must bo
handy with hor neodlo and acoiiBtomod to ohildron. Apply to Mrs. D. F. ROBERTS,
ANTED a good SLAUGHTERMAN ;
ono accuBtomod to small goods pre- ferred. Apply to R. A. POLLOCK, Butchor, South Brisbano. 7177
WANTED by a Widow Lady, a Situation
ns HOUSEKEEPER! the Northorn District preferred. Address ABAC, Post Office, Brisbano. 7319
WANTED a respectable YOUNG WO
MAN to work Singor's No. 2 Sewing Machine (loatlicr work). Apply by lotter im- mediately, H.L., oflloo of this poper. 7313
WANTED a TENANT for a good Four
rooinod Fumishod Houso on tho Es planado, Sandgate. Apply to GEO. TOMS, Valloy. Rent, 20a. for a term._7317
WANTED a four or fivo-ineh THEO-
DOLITE, Second-hand, in good ordor ; transit with trougli nccdlo proforrod. A. H. MAY, ofllco of Survoyor-Goneral._7300
TTrANTED a LADY or GENTLEMAN to
VV toaoli French ; muBt bo thorouglily compotont. Address by letter, stating tornis, to E. WHITE, omeo of this pnpor. 7265
»TTANTED a rospoctablo Young WOMAN VV as Houaomaid and to assist in tho Bar ¡ roforonco required. Apply at tho Royal Mail Hotel, South Brisbane._72GX
WANTED to bo KNOWN, Monoy LENT
on Plodgos of all descriptions. Immi- grants* Luggago Bought or Stored, and tho Highest Price givon. JOHN GOLDSMID, Pawn- broker, Albort-stroot, near Quoon-sLroot. 1209
WANTED MARRIED COUPLES without
encumbrance Ploughmen, Shepherds, Station hands, Bullook-drivor for a farm, Farm Laborers, Bulloek-drivcrs, Lads for a Station ; also, several superior Fomalo Cooks. Apply to J. D. DALY, Labor Agont, Goorgo-strcot. 7314 WASHING WANTED, at 3s. per dozon.
Roforencos can bo givon. Address, 0. B., ofllco of this paper- 7243
OOKHAMPTON and" WESTWOOD
RAILWAY.-Wantod Forty PLATE LAYERS ; highest rato of wages givon. Apply, BARRY, ROUBKK, & MUNBO, Rockhampton. C738
O SEWING MACHINE WORKERS.
Mrs. BUXTON roquiros tho Sorvicos of a really compotont porson. Apply to-day. 0284 CARTER AND LIGHT PORTER.
WANTED a sober activo Young MAN , as above. Apply to A. J. HOCKINOS, Quoon strcet._9206
CHARCOAL.-WANTED immodiately, a
QUANTHY ; also a, regular supply. G. OAXIC, Confootionor, Queen-street (noxt Collins', Butcher)._7208
LAW.-An oxporioncod Writing Olork Books
an ENGAGEMENT, witli references. Salary, £2 nor week. AddeBs W, F., Sir. Murray, Upholsterer, Qucen-streot. 7232
GARDENING.-A thorough practical Gor-
man GARDENER, of Colonial experi- ence, is anxious to he employed in laying out Gardens, pruning Grape Vines, Fruit Trees,
&o., &e. Apply for particulars to Mr. L. F. i LANDSBERG, atW. J. Costin'B, Esq., Quoon streot. 70GÖ
THE SERVICES of a duly qualified
MEDICAL PRACTITIONER aro re- quired for tomporary employment at the Quarantine Station. Apply to tho Immigration Agent, William-street 7298
MILK! MILK!! MILK!!!-WantodtoScll,
20 Quarts MILK, to bo dolivored at any Ferry on the South side. Address, T. Bun 8TAI.I«, caro of Mrs. Blassdall, South Brisbane.
TO LET, that HOUBO known as tho
BOWLING GREEN HOTEL, Break- fast Creek. Apply to HENRY HEILBOON, Globe Hotel. ' "iBSO
Ö"~LET, SITTING and BEDROOM, Fur
nishod or Unfurnished, with use of kitchen. Hopo Cottage, John-street, Herbert street._7259
TO LET, a Six-roomod HOUSE, with de-
tached kitchen and elose-fonced yard. Terms moderato. Apply to Mrs. DAVIS, Bur nett Lane._7263
TO LET a Four-roomed Stone HOUSE
with detached kitchen, situato in Her- bert-street, Spring Hill. Apply to Mr. JAMES CODMNS, Quoon-stroet.. 5137
TO LET, a Four-roomed COTTAGE, with
Garden, &e., situato near tho Olarenco Hotel, South Brisbane.^ Apply to WILLIAM COWXEY, Licensed Surveyor, Queen-street. 5807
IO LET, in Eagle-street, at entrance to *. -wharf, those largo commodious STORES, lately occupied by Messrs. Webb Brothers. Apply to GEORGE RAPE & Co. 4694
O LET, RIVERVIEW COTTAGE, situ-
ated in Petrie's Bight, and having a splendid viow of the River. R. HUTCHINS, Victoria Salo Rooms. 7179
TO LET, the whole or part of those larf e
and commodious Premises known as the FREEMASONS' HOTEL, situated in Albert Btreet. Rent low. Apply to H. J. M'DEBMOTT, on the premises. 7315
TO LET, tho SHOP and PREMISES situate
ia Albert-streot, noxt the Honest Lawyer Hotol, togothor with Bakohouso. Rent mode- rate. Apply to G. F. WniTE, on the promises ; or W. J. COSTIN, Queon-strect. 0529
0 LET, SHOPS, situato iÀ Queon-street, opposito tho School of Arts, with residences ovor, and kitchen and servant's room at the roar. Rent, £3 per week. Apply to W. J. COSTIN, or to J. F. GARRICK. . 6528
O LET, a FARM adjoining Bulimba Forry,
containing upwards of fivo acres in culti- vation, with River Frontago; a threo-roomed Houso, Barn, &c, on tho ground. Apply to Mr. THOMAS BAKER, Loiehhardt-stroot, Sprintr
TO LET, No. 2 COTTAGE, Potrio Terrace,
containing 6 rooms, with detached kitchen and servant's room, pleasantly situated just bohind tho Military Barraoks, overlooking the Cricket Ground Roaorvo for recreation. Apply to W. J. COSTIN, No. 1 cottage, or Quoen-street.
TO LET, a Largo DWELLING nOUSB,
in Gcorge-stroofc, containing Parlor, Six largo and airy Bedrooms, Pantry, Dotaohed Kitchen, and Servant's Roora, Stable, and Out houBoa, &c. There is also on tho promises a plontiful supply of puro wator. For terms, &c, apply to REUBEN OLIVER, Quoon-streot. 5869 TO LET, that TJriok DWELLING HOUSE,
with verandah and balcony at front and rear, in Adolaido-streot, immediately oppoaito to tho Normal Schools, containing four apartments besides kitchen and servant's room. Capaoious wator tank attached. Rontal, £75 por annum. GEO. W. M'KEAND, Quoon-stroet, near Goorgo
TO LET, a first-rato BRICK HOUSE,
Bituatod on Bowou Terrace (near tho resi- dence of Captain Curphey), and containing eight rooms, with kitchen, servant's room, wash-house, coaoh-houso, stable, largo tank, Seo. &o. B. HUTCHINS, Viotoria Solo Rooms.
CORNER SHOP TO LET, near tho Bridgo,
South Brisbauc. Thoso cligiblo Business Promiaoa ^nt prosont ocoupicd by Mr. F. W. Hammond, Genoral Dcalor, opposito to Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office Bout modoraio.
BUTCHER'S SHOP, opposito Quinton and
Costin's. Ront, 8a.
TWO VERANDAH COTTAGES, fivo rooms
THREE COTTAGES, two rooms each.
WHARF FRONTAGE of 200 feot, just below
BUILDING SITES in Stanloy-strcot, opposito
Nolan's ; and also adjoining Marshall, Baker, opposito Claronco Hotel.
Apply to A. J. BOOKINGS, Socd Ware- house, Queen-street. G839
TO CAPITALISTS. '
TO BE SOLD OR LET, with Furniture,
4o., the VIOTORIA HOTEL and THEATRE, Brisbano. Apply to Mossrs. FRASER & BUCKLAND, Queon-stroot, Bris- bane_G423
TO LET, an EXCELLENT FARM of 65
ACRES, with tho following Improve
28 ACRES noarly fenced in.
A Two-roomed Substantial COTTAGE. DAIRY aud STOCKYARD.
GARDEN, woll stocked with Treos, 4o. A Perpetual Supply of Fresh Wator.
Admirably adapted for eithor
DAIRY OR CULTIVATION PURPOSES Situatod in a central posilion on tho LOGAN ROAD,
7078 FRASER & BU0KLAND.
TO BE LET, for such term as may bo
agreed on, and oithor FurnUhod or Un- funded, that delightful Gentleman's Villa Rcsidenco, STRATTON, at present ocoupiod by tho Owner, F. R. O. Master, Esq., and most delightfully and convoniontly situated on tho Bulimba Road, Valloy, oloso to the Church of England, and commanding a really charming viow of tho river, and all other objects of in
torest in tbo suburbs of Brisbano.
Tho Houso is moat commodious, containing 9 rooms, Store-rooms, Bathroom, with Kitchens, and Servants' Offices attached ; also. Laundry, Harnoss Room, Shod for Drays, Stablo, with Stalls for Horses, Looso Box, Stook Yard, Milking Bales for G Cows, Pig Styoa, Fowl Yard, &c., &c, &o.
A very largo Tank is also constructed on tho Premisos, which has novor failed to furnish the residents with an abundant supply of splendid wator. A largo paddock containing 22 acres, and well watered, enables the residents to main- tain Cows and Horses without any additional
The whole Proporty is ouo which, for Mem bors of tho Legislature, Squatters, and others, will bo found a most eligible and agreeable
For ull further particulars apply to DICKSON
and DUNCAN. 7111
PORTLAND PLACE, William-street, near
the Now Houses of Parliament.-TO
LET, thoso nowly-orocted HOUSES, caoh con- taining six rooms, kitchen, 4c., all thoroughly ' vontilatcd and drained, situate in closo proxi- mity to Government Houso and Botanical Gar- dens, and commanding a view of tho River, South Brisbane, &o, Apply to Mr. BACKHOUSE, Architect, Queen-street._7281
TO AGENTS AND CONSIGNEES.
WHARF AND STORE ACCOMMODA-
TION, at DOWSE and CO.'S, Viotoria Wharf, North Brisbane, adjoining tho Now Im- migration Depot and Wharf. Terms-vory low.
A large, dry, well-vontilatcd Store to lot, with right of Wharf._251
SUPERIOR BOARD and RESIDENCE for
Families and Gentlemon, at Miss ARABIN'S, Adolaido-street, opposite the Normal School. ? .-3512
BOARD and RESIDENCE in a Private
Family for ono Young Lgiy ¡ references required. Addross H. offieo of this paper. 7308 P~ RIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE, at
Mrs. CAMPBELL'S, Atholl Place, near the Observatory. 7239
T~5 BUTCHERS AND OTHERS.
SHEEPSKINS purchased for CASH by JOHN FENWICK & CO., cornor Edward and Mary streets. 6224
LOANS of Small or Large AMOUNT upon
Mortgage of Freehold Property, under the Real Property Act, may be obtained upon application to GEO. W. M'KEAND, Queen street, near Gcorgo-str«et. 2106
Tl/RONEY to ADVANCE, in Small Sums, on JjüL\ good security.
1818? FRASER & BUCKLAND.
CASH ADVANCED o¿ FBEEHOLD PRO
PEBTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and all other descriptions of Property, '.
ARTHUR MARTIN, CityAuptjop. Mart.