FOR SALE?TWO ALLOTMENTS, of
aboilt 9!acres oach, known as -KARIIiPA DAIRY, lialf-n-mile from tho City Boundary in South Brisbano, with Extensive Frontage to tho River Brisbane. The wholo is fenced ond cleared, tho two allotments having been worked as a Dairy Farm.
' ' Also,
An ALLOTMENT containing 8 acres, on tho high ground nour Mr. Blokonoy s bouBO, with a view over the whole of North Brisbano.
Apply to T.B. STEPHENS. 6479
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
THE whole of tho UNSOLD ALLOT-
MENTS, on Plan of Subdivision of Por- tion 153, on tho RANGE at rear of SOUTH BRISBANE, and near tho residences of T. B. Stephens, and W. T. Blakeney, Esqrs., known as the property of John Stephens, Esq. Apply to ARTHUR MARTIN, City Auction Mart.
jr W96 ^CTTY BUILDING ALLOTMENTS.
FOR SALE cheap, and on EASY TERMS, 20
Choico BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, on Spring Hill, ten minutes' walk from Queen
Apply to GRIMES and PETTY, Queen street_' _:_7577
FOR SALE, OHEAP-A BARGAIN-OR
TO BE LET?A Snug Littlo HOUSE, with Kitchen, Store, Stablo, Fowl-houses, &e., dotoehed; also, with Garden. Only a fow minutes' walk beyond Potrio Terrace. Apply to M. Lb GOULD, CE., Q.ucen-street. 8011
OR PRIVATE SALE, SUBURBAN AL
LOTMENTS SOUTH BRISBANE, situated on tho Ipswich Road, near the Ono-milo Swamp, within ton minutes' walk from tho Forry. Prico, from £15 to £25?on easy Terms.
Apply to E. DEIGHTON, South Brisbano. OR PRIVATE SALE, tho STOOK-IN
TRADE, GOODAVILL, BUSINESS FIXTURES and FITTINGS, BUSINESS PREMISES, &c, ic, of ono of tho First
BLACKSMITHS', ENGINEERS', SHIPS'
Businesses conducted in tho City of Brisbano.
Together with thc
LEASE OF THE LAND
On which tho Premisos aro erected, and which
has a Frontage of 40 foot to a Street second only to Quoon-strcot, by a Depth of 100 feot, at a morely Nominal Rental, for Threo Yoars, with a Right of Purchaso at an ex- ceedingly low figuro.
Tho Trado Utensils and Implements aro ex- tremely variod, and aro nil of most superior manufacture, embracing ovory improvomont in tho profession?as indeed tho oxtensivo business tho Vendor hos been conducting is a guarantee that his Trado Implements must havo been all
maintained in first-class order.
And it may bo ns Svell to state that tho only reason tho present Vendor has for soiling is, that ho is compelled to leavo tho Colony for Europe?a largo amount of .property having suddenly devolved to him.
All further particulars on application to the
680S DICKSON & DUNCAN, Quccn-strect.
' ANDS FOR SALE at tho Roal Proporty J Mart, Edward-street:
South Bbisbanb , Bowen Tebbaoe
Eastern Sununns O'Reilly's Hilt, Milton . Litton
SUBURBAN LOTS. TnBEE-lIILE Scbub
Dubundub Road ? - . iNDOOHOOPIIiLY Bulimba
Bbibbane Riyeb New Pabst
South Bbisbanb (Rives) Country .
5969 JAMES WARNER,
FOR SALE, by Private Contract, a Largo
Sizod ALLOTMEET of LAND in Brunswiok-Btreet.?TermB moderato and easy.
3956 JAMES WARNER, Edward-street. EOR SALE, a FARM of 31 acres, in a
pocket on- tho Navigable Bulimba Creek, by which it is nearly surrounded; therefore requiring littlo or no foncing. Thero is a per- manent frosh water lagoon on tho land. Price, £5 per aero. Five miles from town.
Apply to Mr. LYONS, Charlotte-street. 6714. "OOR SALE, a MARKET GARDEN, con JL? taming 5£ aores, on the River Brisbane,
at Hill End. Thoro is a now houso on tho
land j it is at present let for £60 per annum. Full possession can bo given immediately. Price, £650. Terms EaBy.
Apply to Mr. LYONS, Charlotte-street. 6713
TO WORKING MEN.
FOR SALE, in tho Nowtown Estate, One
Milo Swamp, South Brisbane, a fow full sized ALLOTMENTS, containing 32 Porches each, and having a Frontago to a main street one chain wide. Prico £20 each. Terms easy.
Apply to Mr. LYONS, Charlottc-Btrcct.,.5984. THE CHEAPEST LAND IN BRISBANE. BLOCKS OF TWO AORES EACH, front-
ing tho Bowen Bridgo Road, noar the Chief Justice's.
Each Block has TWO CHAINS FRONT- AGE, and many of them have TWELVE CHAINS FRONTAGE.
Peioe, £40 Each.
BUILDING LOTS at Wickham Torraco, only two minutes' walk from Queen-strcot, from £30 per allotment.
Apply personally, or by letter, to N. BARTLEY, Mary-etroct, from whom Litho- graphic Plans and every information can bo ob- tained. 1386
TO BE SOLD, TWO ALLOTMENTS .
Adolaido-strect, on that beautiful Site between Dr. Hobbs' nnd the Iridepondent Church. For particulars apply to Mr. LYONS, Charlotto-atreot, opposito Courier Ofllco. 5521
NEW FARM ROAD.
A FEW CHOICE ALLOTMENTS in the
above Estate ON SALE by tho under-
4449 DICKSON and DUNCAN.
T?OR mrVATE SALE, Six Magnificent
-L' BUILDING ALLOTMENTS in
known as Subdivisions of Portion 76 S.B., and
situated close to tho
520 DICKSON & DUNCAN.
~OOR SALE by Publio Auction, a FARM on -*- the Mary River.?This eligible property consists of d47 Acres of excellent Forest land, fenced in and otherwise improved, with a sub- stantial Four-roomed Cottage, detached Kitchen, »nd well stocked Garden; also with yards, ic., necessary for carrying on a large dairy business, There are also about 10 Acres cleared and fenced in for cultivation.
Tliis property is well worth the personal in- spect ,_ "nof capitalists, beingmost advantageously situated within four milos of Maryborough, to which Town there is a good road.
Tho paddocks aro extensively used for tho "gisbnent of stock, at remunerative rates.
" ith the above will bo sold u small Herd of nrst-cliiBs Milkers.
3' further particulars, apply to T. E. ¦BROWN, Mdryborouuh. 703-1
OR SALE BY THE SUBSCRIBER.
Rockhampton?Town Allotments in various
North Pine River.?90-Aoro Scrub Land Farm.
AIbo, 60-Acro Farm, principally of Scrub Land, partially under cultivation, and hav- ing erected thereon a superior Family Dwelling of brick, together with other necessary improvements.
Spring Hill.?Building Allotments fronting
Edward-street, botwecn Wickham Terrace and Leichliardt-streot.
Rivor Terrace.?-Building Allotments.
South Brisbano Suburbs.?Building Allotments
in various localities. Also, Houso Pro . pertics.
At Bowen Bridge.?Building Allotments, front-
ing Main Road.
Lytton.?Town and Suburban Allotments.
Suburban Scrub Land Farm, near Hill End,
undor cultivation, and with homestead im- provements.
Doughboy Creek.?18-Aero Farm, enclosed,
partially cultivated, and with Cottage
Ipswich Road, near Hardcustlo's Hotel.?25
Acres fronting crook, enclosed, partially cultivated, and having homestead improve- ments. Also,
Arable Land (Forest and Scrub Land) of vari-
ous arcas, on Kedron Brook, at Gorman Stution, Threo-milo Scrub, Oxley Creek,
and in other localities near Briabnno.
GEO. W. M'KEAND, Estate Agent, Quoen stroot, near Georgo-Btreot. 7838
THE HIGH LAND,
Immediately opposito to tho oxtromity of
EORSALE. RESIDENCE SITES on Bowen
Terrace, lying botwecn tho residences of Captain Curphey and E. B. Forrest, Esq.
Tho situation is tho most elevated and salubri- ous in such closo proximity to tho City, and tho viow commanded is unequalled.
Prices, from £50 to £80 each AUotinont.
GEO. W. M'KEAND, Queon-stroct, near Gcorgo-strcet. 7837
BOWEN, PORT DENISON.
"DIOR SALE, a Hnlf-Aero TOAVN ALLOT
JD MENT, in Bowon-strect, occupying a nicely elevated site, in closo proximity to tho Banking and Principal Business Establishments, nnd only 3Q0 yards from tho Jetty.
GEO. AV. M'KEAND, Queen-street, near Gcorgo-strcet. 7836
rpo SELL, a FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE on JL a good Allotment, near tho rcsidonco of R. Austin, Esq., North Quay. Terms very rensonablo. Apply to Messrs. Tiiundlu &, Henzell, Quecu-strcct. 8095
TO NEAV ARRIVALS AND OTHERS.
EOR SALE, ono HALF-SHARE of a most
Profitable BUSINESS. Nono but Prin- cipals troatod with. Price, £200. H.S.A.O, Ofileo of this paper. 8102
A SPLENDID INVESTMENT.
To Farmers, Now Arrivals, Capitalists, ic.
18 ACRE SORUB FARM, Oleabed,
Fivo Miles from tho City.
T7TOASER & BUCKLAND havo for Salo, JJ PRIVATELY, tho above SPLENDID FARM, now undor Crops of Potatoes and Corn, and Btocked with Bananas and Fruit. Treos, abovo tho highest flood mark ; with lirst-clnBs Houso, containing fivo rooms, finishod in a superior style, and handsomely furnished ; a commodious Barn, and nil necessary out- buildings, with first-rate Wharf, Boats, aud Boat House. No expenses havo bcon spared upon this Farm, which is now offerod for Salo in consequence of family matters compelling tho Owner to leave tho Colony.
Nearer tho City,
A Nine-Aobe SORUB FARM? Cleabed,
And under Crop,
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
F. & B. will givo any further particulars on _applicotion. 7628
River and Street FrontngOB.
TmOR SALE, a full-sized TOWN ALLOT
-C MENT, having a frontage to tho rivor and Stanley-street, South Brisbane, near the Bridgo.
Admu'ably suited for Wharves.
69G5 FRASER & BUCKLAND.
SOME of tho Finest BUILDING SITES
in or about tho City.
69G6_FRASER & BUCKLAND.
SPLENDID CATTLE STATION.
1600 HEAD OF CATTLE
40 DITTO HORSES
100 DITTO MILCH COWS
Togothcr with tho Improvements, consisting
of?A capital Four-roomed Cottage, De- tached Kitchen, Men's Huts, largo Dairy, Fowl Houses, Stables, Stock-yards, Stores, AVorking Bullocks and Dray, Implements, &c, ic.
ARTHUR MARTIN has received instruc-
tions from tho Proprietor (in consoquenco o'fhis leaving for England) to sell by PRI- VATE CONTRACT tho abovo valuablo STATION, knowiias
containing Two Blocks of open Forest Country, situated on Funnel Creek, in tho Leichhardt District, weU-watered by a running creek and largo Lagoons j thc Station is centrally situated, being only 30 miles from Port Mackay nnd Port Cooper, 150 miles from Clermont, 200 miles from Rockhampton, and on tho direct road to tho Peak Downs diggings.
The carrying capability of tho Station is 6000 head. Thoro aro also 4 Blocks of open Forest Country, about 50 miles distant from tho abovo that can bo purchased either with or without the Station.
Further particulars may be obtained on ap-
ARTHUR MARTIN, Auctioneer,
7988 City Auction Mort, Brisbane.
LAND ORDERS PURCHASED, BY
LAND ORDERS PURCHASED for CASH
by DICKSON i DUNCAN. 848
LAND ORDERS purchased by GEO. W.
M'KEAND, Queen-street, near George street. 504P
LAND ORDERS FOR SALE, ovoilablefor
Town and also for Country Lands. GEO. W. M'KEAND, Queen-Btreet, near
LAND ORDERS FOR SALE.?LAND
ORDERS, Immediately Available, in Small or Large Lots, can bo obtained from tho Undersigned. BRIGHT BROTHERS & CO., Eagle-street, Brisbane. 1645
VAILABLE LAND ORDERS FOR
SALE, in large or small lots. Apply to AVILLIAM CLARKE, Au*traliun Mortgage, Land and Finance Company (Limited), George st-wot, oijpositoOiEots of Leads aad Works. 2002
Within Three Minutes' Walk of tho A.S.N. and
MR. RICHARD YOUNGE, Pbopeietoe.
Mr. R. Y. begs respectfully to tcndor his thanks to tho public gonorally for tho liberal patronage and support he has roceivod since opening tho abovo Hotel, and to amiounco that ho bas mado extensive alterations, having erected tho moat lofty and bost ventilated Billiard Room in the Colony.
His STABLES aro now ready for tho recep- tion and caro of Horses, whilo ovory attention is paid in tho Hotel to tho wishoa und comfort
of its visitors.
. Terms Modernto.
Wines nnd Spirits of tho best Quality.
A Conveyanco will meet each Stoamor to cany Passengers and Lnggago to and from tho Hotel.
Cobweb op Edwabd and Elizabeth streets',
UPERIOR ACCOMMODATION FOR
FINEST AVINES AND SPIRITS.
6545 HENRY NEUSTADT, Proprietor.
QUEEN'S HOTEL, corner of Creek and
Charlotte streets, Brisbano, overlooking tho Stoomcrs and Companies' AVharves. First class Attendance, ie. Luncheon at 1 o'clock, and Dinner at 6 o'clock p.m. leo ovory day. Privato Sitting Rooms. H. G. LYNDE, Pro- prietor. 5133
NOTICE.-JOnN MENZIES, Into of tho
Caledonian Boarding Houso, in return- ing thanks to his Town and Country Friends for tho liberal pnlronsgo ho has hitherto ro eoived, begs to intimate thnt ho has taken tho UNION HOTEL, corner of Ami and AViok ham streets, nnd hopes by strict attention to business, and keeping nothing but a first-rate article, to morit a continuance of their favors.
English Alb and Poster.
Finest AVines and Srnirrs. Boabd and Residence.
Nofo tho Addross, Union 'Hotel, cornor of Ann mid Wickham Btrcots. 7200
OrrosiTB the Queen's AVhaup,
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Good
7697 J. MOORE LA BARTE, Proprietor.
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT AND EASILY
VICINITY OF BRISBANE.
SANDGATE I SANDGATE ! !
THE Proprietor of tho abovo woll-kuowu
and long-established Hotel bogs to inform his numerous frionds nnd patrons generally that under his improved arrangements ho is in
(position to supply, in addition to all tho ordinary conveniences of n first-class Hotol, n groot variety of advantages often Bought for but raroly obtainod. His arrangements enable him to furnish BOARD and RESIDENOE of tho most strictly privato ehnroctor, and on n sealo of undoubted excellence. Ho is also prepared, if required, to LET ROOMS for givon periods,
cither with or without board.
Sandgate! Sandgate!! Sandgate!!!
Amongst tho amusements and recreations obtainable nt this celebrated AVntcring-placo nro Sea-bathing, Fishing, with linos nnd nota, Shooting, Riding, oithor on horseback or in vohioles, &c., &o. In addition to tho foregoing thoro is a largo and commodious yacht, managed by a skilled hand, which can bo made availnblo at all times, by giving a few minutes' notice, for excursions to tho shipping or to any placo in tho Bay.
N.B.?VISITORS 1 Don't forgot to call at tho CLARENDON HOTEL. 2905
STAR AND GARTER HOTEL, Gregor
Terraeo, Spring Hill. JOHN WILSON
First-class accommodation for Boardors.
Winos and Spirits, best brands.
Good Stabling. 5972
SOUTHERN CROSS nOTEL, Leichhardt
street, Spring Hill. Boarders and travel- lers accommodated on tho most reasonable terms. RICHARD POAVER, Proprietor. 3646
HALL OF MEDICINE,
WJ. COSTIN & CO,, Dispens
? ino, Retail, and Family Chemists, Importers of Drugs, .Chemi- cals, and Patent Medicines.
Prescriptions and Family Recipes prepared with tho most scrupulous exactness, tho Dispensing Department being entirely distinct from tho Re- tail ; tho purest Drugs only used, and tho serious responsibility of preparing Medicines undertaken by ono of tho Principals, who will bo found on tho premises at all hours, night and day. Patent Medicines, select Perfumery, Toilet requisites, Domestic Articles, &c, &c, in great variety, and at moderate prices.
Fine healthy Leeches.
Teeth earofully extracted.
Shippers, Squatters, Town and Country Storokcopors suppliod on very
Ann-stbebt, Fortitude Valley, SUPPLIES ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, from ono toa complete set, and, what is seldom realised, namely, Perfect and Painless Mastication, Articulation, and Durability, at
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
STOPPING, SCALING, and EXTRACTION, with Inatru ments of tho Most Modern In- vention.
MEDICAL HALL, QUEEN-STREET.
8. DRAKE & CO. date AVarry) beg to _»_ . acknowledge tho kind patronage thoy havo received during the short period they havo been in Business, nnd would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, assuring their patrons that every attention will be paid to then* favors.
F. S. D. and Co. would also call tho attention
of Squatters, Storekeepers, &e., to their STOOK of DRUGS, Arc, which for quality, variety, and price is second to none in Queensland.
Tho DISPENSING- DEPARTMENT is under tbe personal supervision of the principals, and aU Prescriptions and Family Recipes aro compounded with Medicines of tho purest quality, and with the utmost caro. Perfumery of the"best makers, together with every requisite of the Toilet, continually kept eu hand in largo vuriofcy. 8078
TO CARPENTERS, &c.
Education Office, Brisbano,
lat Juno, 1865.
THE BOARD of EDUCATION will rccoivo
until 4 o'clock on AVEDNESDAY, tho 21st instant, TENDERS for tho Erection of a SCHOOL HOUSE and TEACHERS' RESI- DENCE, at tho German Station, according to Plan ond Specification which may ho Boen ut
By order of tho Board,
7578 ROBERT BOURNE, Secretary.
TO SHIP BUILDERS.
Queensland, 23rd May, 1865.
TENDERS will be received at this Ofllco,
until MONDAY, 19th Juno, 1865, for tho construction of two LIGHT VESSELS for tho Port of Rockhampton.
Ono to bo of 100 tons, builders' measurement, tho othor a flat-bottomed Vessel, measuring
about 20 tons.
Tendors to bo ondorsod " Tender for Light
Plans and Specificotions can bo seen, and furthor particulars obtained, at tho Offico, of tho
Tenders will bo roceivod for either or both Vossols, or offers will bo entertained from tho owners of Biiitiiblo vossols willing to disposo of tho sumo to tho Government. Tenders for con- struction must state the timo within which it is proposed to complete tho work, and at tho foot of every Tender there must bo a memoran- dum signed by tho party tendering, and two responsible persons ns sureties, agreeing to bo answerable for tho duo performance of tho contract, in tho ovent of tho Tender being necepted, and undertaking in that ovent that they will sovcrally execute and deliver, ut tho Ofllco of tho Civil Crown Solicitor in Brisbano, within seven days from tho usual notification of acccptnuco, a Bond to hor Majesty in tho penal sum of £150 for securing tho perforinnuco of tho larger, and £50 for tho performance of tho smaller work, othorwiso tho 'fonder will not bo taken into consideration.
Tho lowest or any Tondor will not necessarily bo accepted.
0000 JOSHUA P. BELL.
THE following is a LIST of PERSONS
nominated in this Colony for Assisted Passages, and embarked in the Ship LO- BELIA, which sailed from Plymouth for Moreton Bay on the 11th March last:-
Caroline Charles Hill, John
27 ...Inf. ... 20 ... 20 ...Inf. ... 25 ... 30 ... 11 ... 8 ... 5 ... 34 ... 33 ... 3 ... 1 ...Inf.
David Rachel Rose
William Lizzie John
25 Morgan, James
John W. ... 24 ... 4 ... 1 ... 29 ... 26 ... 2 ... 1
... 30 ... 30 ... 9 ... 7 ... 5 ... 2 ... 27 ... 26 ... 5
... 23 ... 23 ... 28 ... 26 ... 4
... 1 ... 31 ... 27 ... 5 ... 3
... 36 ... 37 ... 9
Keating, Michael... 42 Armstrong, Thos. 16
Brien, Thomas Bradley, John Boyle, James
James James John
Coulon, Michael Coudon, Wm.
Curran, or Curns,
Cranny, Thomas Cook, William
Dunne, Edward Duggan, John
Dunnery, Patrick Donelly, Edward Donelly, Edward Donarghy, Patrick Eabora, Charles Fitzgerald, James Ferris, Henry Feely, Patrick
Flanagan, Patrick Fox, Christopher Grady, Michael
James Green, William Heffernan, Patrick Haydon, John
Ryan, Cornelius Rogers, James Reilly, James
Reardon, Daniel Russell, Edmund Reed, Samuel
Sheehan, Michael Smith, James
... 40 Blake, John ... 15 Burns, John
... 11 Bryan, Patrick ... 9 Bolton, Charles ... 7 Beeston, Josh ... 5 Matthew
...Inf. Hanratty, Patrick 23 ... 25 Higgins, John ... 20 ... 28 Hoare, Malachi ... 25 ... 22 Holtan, James ... 27 ... 32 Harney, Michael... 16
... 25 Isambert, Francis 17 .. 22 James, John ... 21 ... 19 Johnston, Robert 22 ... 40 Joyce, Frederick... 20 ... 18 Kane or Keane,
... 20 Patrick ... 25 ... 28 Killhane, John ... 22
Kew, Samuel ... 31 ... 28 Liddy, John ... 22 ... 26 Lonergaw, William 28 ... 44 McMahon, James 23 ... 10 McMahon, Thomas 19 ... 9 McMahon, Patrick 27 ... 5 McMahon, Mat. ... 20 ... 22 Mahon or Mann,
... 20 John ... 24 ... 19 McGuinnes, Thos. 21 ... 21 Morton, George... 20 ... 29 Malone, James ... 22 ... 25 McDonagh, Peter 23 ... 20 McQuellan, Phillip 22 ... 23 McDonnell, Mich. 23 ... 23 Monro, Patrick ... 21
... 24 Maxwell, James... 20 ... 59 McGlin, Bernard 23
... 21 McHugh, Charles 22 ... 21 Montgomery, Wm. 20 ... 25 McNamara, Patrick 25 ... 19 McKenzie, Andrew 25 ... 20 Martin, James ... 24 ... 20 McKeever, Felix... 20 ... 20 Naughton, Thomas 23 ... 20 O'Mara, Philip ... 24 ... 18 O'Donnell, Thos ... 18
... 26 Ryan, Patrick ... 30 ... 23 Phillip ... 23 ... 28 Gough, Margaret 27 ... 25 Hoare, Catherine 19 ... 23 Haydon, Winifred 20 ... 21 Hayman, Caroline 24 ... 28 Agnes ... 1 ... 27 Hooper, Elizabeth 21 ... 26 Heffernan, Margt. 22
... 22 ... 35 ... 29
Patrick, ... 26 Hooper, Mary Sweeney, Daniel ... 22 Hussey, Mary Smith, James ... 28 Anne
Spelman, Miles ... 20 Kelly, Maria
Waddock, William 35 Knight, Agaba Walsh, Daniel ... 24 Susannah
Edward ... 18 Mary
Wynn, John ... 22 Kennedy, Mary Wilson, Robert ... 28 Andrew
Young, William ... 44 McDermott, Anas. 38 Armstrong, Jane ... 18 Mangan, Theresa 16 Brennan, Catherine 22 McKean, Isabella 21 Boohan, Mary ... 20 Murphy, Mary ... 25 Bennett, Ellen ... 23 Mayhood, or Hood
Bell, Margaret ... 20 Sarah ... 14 Beeston, Mary ... 18 Montgomery, M... 22 Bryan, Mary ... 24 McHugh, Margaret 16 Corcoran, Johanna 20 McHugh, Rosanna 25 Chance, Catherine 24 Martin, Catherine 18 Cunningham, Honora ... 24
Dwyer, Bridget Duckworth, Mary
Eardley, Fanny Fitzgerald, Ellen Fahy, Bridget Garvey, Anne
Peter Delia Eliza
... 22 Patrick
... 28 Rosanna ... 29 Sarah
inft McMahon, Mary... 21
... 18 McGee, Margaret 20 ... 10 Nuttall, Sarah ... 22 ... 17 Nolan, Catherine... 22 ... 19 Rabbitt, Catherine 17 ... 13 Costello, Bridget... 39 ... 29 Martin, James ... 23 ... Lavery, Margaret ... 19 Heffernan, Mary... 39
Jaune ... Smith, Margaret Sexton, Ann
Immigration Office, Brisbane,
13th June, 1865 8139
... 1 Ellen ... 18 ... 22 Harney, Catherine 36 ... 20 Winifred ... 14 ... 30 Bridget ... 10 ... 10 Mary ... 9 ... 4 Thomas ... 7 ... 1 Catherine ... 5
NOTICE TO PUBLICANS.
Queensland, 14th Juno, 1865.
CLAUSE 60 of tho Publicans Aot of 1863
having been repealed by the Publicans Act of 1863 Amended Act, passed last Sossion, it is horoby notified, that no Publican's Liconso can bo issued unless tho application is accompanied by tho usunl Certificate from tho Bench of Magis- trates, togothor with tho Liecnso Foo of £30, payablo cither by Bank Drafts or Notes, or by Choquo payable in Brisbano.
8090 JOSHUA P. BELL.
REAL PROPERTY TRANSFER NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE, that Applications havo been
mado to bring tho Lands doseribod bolow under tho Provisions of tho Itenl Property Act of 1861. Any porson desiring to oppoBO, must do so by lodging, himself or by his Attornoy, a Caveat in form B of tho said Act, on or boforo tho day named in oaoh caso.
F. 0. DARVALL, Registrar-Gonoral.
Allotments 9 nndj
10, of soction 19, coiitaininw togothor 1 nero and 8 perches,1 County Merivale Parish and Town Warwick.
Allotments 18, 19,
and 20, of sec- tion 51, contain- ing togothor 1
aero 1 rood 25
porchos, County Morivnlc, Parish and Town War- wick.
Allotments 8 andj
18, of section! 50, coiltainug togethor 3 roods 35 porches, (-ouuly Mori vnlo, Parish nndj
Allotments 3, 5, 6,
7 nnd 8, of soe tion 5G, contain- ing togothor S ucres'oiid2roods IJT County Morl ([valo, Parish mid
Town of War- wick.
Allolmont 1, of soc-
tion 9, contain- ing 1 nero;
County Meri- vale, Parish Allora, within tho Allora Vii
ns Official Ab signco of Jona- than Harris.
Ditto Ditto. Ditto.
Ditto. Ditto. Ditto.
7968 SURVEY OF RUNS.
Crown Lands Ofllco,
Brisbano, 6th April, 1865.
THE attention of tho LESSEES and others
is diroctcd to tho nmondod descriptions of tho Boundaries of tho following Runs, pub- lished in tho Government Gazette ol tho 17th of February, 1865, and nlso in tho Supplement of tho Government Gazelle ol tho lat of April.
E. AV. LAMB,
Obiof Commissioner of Crown Lands.
LEICHHARDT DISTRICT. Namo of Run.
Emerald Downs Kingowor. Avoca . Modowarrn .... Middarra . Ensham.
Claimant for Louse.
Applo Ti-co Vale
Gurdon Ground Yellow Flower .. Byan Byan .
Burgngub, No. 2
Southland. Southland No. 2 Clearwater . Chesterfield Lauristinos
Vauoluso .. Cashmere ..
Altamont .... Otranto. Albany. Montpelier . Laguna. Hillsborough
Glenavon _ Bona Vista . Ivanhoo. Desideratum.
Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto
Bank of Queonsland
(Limited). MARANOA DISTRICT.
John Donald McLean George Fullorton
Peel River Lnnd and Mineral Company
Pool Rivor Laud and Mineral Company M. Mackinnon
Ditto Ditto Ditto
H. D. Bloxlmm
Ditto Ditto Ditto Ditto
Peel Rivor Land and
Mort and Cameron Malcolm Mackinnon Mort nnd Cameron
Ditto Ditto Ditto
Glenlyon. CyproBS Vale. Yourangle No. 1 . Crinilus Topas. Youranglo No. 4 . Corinna. Mombah. Undulgumbal . Drysdnlo Ponds No. 1
Ditto No. 2. Ditto No. 3 . Ditto No. 4 . Ditto No. 5 . Lower Muranoa No. 1 Ditto No. 2.
SOUTH KENNEDY DISTRICT Scartwater
Stroudwater.... St. Annes . Llunurth . Mount Wyatt Conradsdorf
Smedley . Caerphilly ...
Mount Kromon (Black
Mount Mary. Hidden Valley Mount Ely ...
Corrievahn ... Conway No. 1 Ditto No. 2
Tho Union Bank bf
Australia Ditto Ditto Ditto
Fredk. John Byerley Henry Beit
Tho Union Bank of
James, Thomas, and
Francis Earl Ditto Ditto
C. J. and E. M. Roydo
NORTH KENNEDY DISTRICT. Graham
Mount Mc Connell Hcidolborg ...
Henry Beit Ditto
James Mead Henry Beit
Plans of the above-named Runs may be seen, and all information obtained, on Application ut this ofllco. 4950
SALE OF RUNS BY AUCTION.
THE unexpired periods of tho LEASES of
tho following RUNS will bo offered for sale by public auction, at A. Martin's Auction Room, on THURSDAY, the 3rd day of August, 1865, in accordance with the notice in the Government Gazette ot Saturday, 6th May, 1865.
DRYSDALE PONDS Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Tho descriptions of tho Runs, and every other information, can bo obtained at the Crown Lands Office, Brisbane.
E. AV. LAMB, Chief Conimiesioner of Crown Louds. COW
JW. BUXTON, Queon-stroot, Brisbane, ond
? East-stroot, Ipswich, Bookseller, Book- binder, Stationer, Printer, Publisher, Ac- count Boos Manufacturer, and Importer of all kinds of Fanoy Goods, Now Music, Musical Instruments, &o., Seo.
NEW BOOKS.?A largo Solootion of all tho newest Books always on hand, nnd supplies of nil tho newest Publications reeoivod by ovory Mail. Priced Catalogues sont to any part of tho Colony gratis.
STATIONERY of tho host quality at tho most modonito Pricoa. Mercantile, Law, School, and Fancy Stutionory of ovory deacription.
ACCOUNT BOOKS mado to order at lowost
prices. Bookbinding, Maehino Ruling, Print- ing, and Canico Stamping oxooutod with de- spatch.
NEAV MUSIC?The lnrgost Soloetion of now Musio and Musical Instruments in tho Colony. All Music at published prices.
Mercer's Psalters and Hymns, Ancient and Modern, with tunes in great vovioty.
The Circulating LinnABY contains many hundred volumos of now Books. Torms, 10s. Od. por quarter, mid no extra chnrgos.
Magazines and Newspapers delivorod im- mediately on tho arrival of tho Mail, and at lowost prices.
A largo Stook of Fancy Goods, best Per- fumery, und Criokoting Materials, &e., &e.
Squatters, Storokeopors, Doalors, and Hawk- ers supplied on liberal terms. 2171
TUESDAY, JUNE 30.
HOUSE AND SHOP, DOUBLE BAKE-
HOUSE, &c., MARYBOROUGH.
TO bo Sold by Auction, on tho Premisos, on
TUESDAY, Juno 30, by Order of tho Morlgngces, tho HOUSE, SHOP, mid DOU- BLE BAKEHOUSE, oeeupiod by Jamos Mac- pherson, situated in tho best part of Mary- borough.
Terms nt Sulo. 7655 AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE.
IN consequence of tho dopnrttiro of tho Lndy
Bowou, steamer, from Sydnoy, having boon postponed from Saturday, tho 10th, to Monday, tho 12th institut, (ho Sa*lo of
advortisod by us for AVEDNESDAY, tho 14th instant, is unavoidably delayed lill
TUESDAV, Juno 20, nt ll u.ni. sliurp.
In our Mart, opposite the Genoriil Post-office, Queon-stroot,
8011 DICKSON & DUNCAN, Auctioneers.
25 BAGS PRIME MAIZE.
DICKSON & DUNCAN will sell by auclion,
nt thoir Auclion Mart, Queon-stroot, on SATURDAY, Juno 17, ut ll o'clock,
25 Bogs Primo MAIZE.
In Excollont Ordor und Condition.
Torms at Salo. 814-3 THIS DAY.
To Fnrmors, Agriculturists, Speculators, Capital-
ists and Othors.
HIGHLY VALUABLE IMPROVED
Four Mile Swamp.
On account of tho Proprietor Leaving for
DICKSON and DUNCAN hnvo rocoivod in-
structions from tho Proprietor to soil by unction, at their Auction Mart, Quecn-streot, opposite tho Goncrul Post-ofllco, on SATUR- DAY, Juno 17, at 12 o'clock sharp,
That First-olass Agricultural Proporty
known os BULL'S FARM, Four-milo Swamp, boing Portion 163, Parish of Yeerongpilly, containing 22 Acres 1 Rood and 30 Perches, nnd having a vory extensive frontngo to tho
MAIN GOVERNMENT LOGAN ROAD,
closo lo its junction with tho Ipswich Bond, and about Four Miles from tho Bridgo.
Four Acres of tho land havo boon oloarod, fenced in, and cultivated, and a comfortable
Willi Stockyard, Seo., tte;., &c, havo boon oroctod nt considerable oxpoiiso by tho vendor.
Tho quality of tho Land is woll known to bo tho best in tho vicinity, having bcon Bpocinlly selected four yenra ngo, and a pormanont supply of water is alwuyB available from a Govornmont Water Reserve opposite tho Proporty. In short, this Farm hus ovorything to recommend it to tho parliculnr attention of parties interested in Market Gurdoning or Dairy Pursuits?as, from its proximity to tho Metropolis, those
vocations could not fail to ovonluato moBt suc-
cessfully to tho Proprietor j and tho presont Ownor would not abandon tho undertaking, but ho is compolled to loavo tho colony for a period, owing to privato arrangements.
In consequence of his unavoidable departuro,
tho Land will bo submitted
WITHOUT ANY RESERVE,
And all parties interested in socuring a Pro- porty of tho abovo description aro roquostod to do bo prior to day of salo.
Title?Crown Grant under tho Real Proporty
Torms at Sulo.
Tho Auctioneers would remark that tho abovo Bland is a first-clnss position for a Hotel, whieh is much roquirod on tho Logan Road, thoro boing uono at tho presont timo botwoon Hard castlo'B and the Logan Bridgo. 7755
MONDAY, JUNE 19.
SANDGATE ! SANDGATE I !
To Capitalists, Speculators, and Others.
DICKSON & DUNCAN will Bell by auotion,
at their Auction Mart, Quoen-streot, oppo site tho Gcnerul Post-ofllco, oh MONDAY, Juno 19, at ll o'clock,
SIX [Superior ALLOTMENTS in tho
TOWNSHIP OF SANDGATE,
being Subdivisions of Government Al- lotments 1 and 2, of Section 12, aud situated in a very agreeable part of tho Township, closo to tho Esplanado.
Tho Land offers grout induccmont to any one desirous of possessing good Building Sites in this most favorite watering-place.
Titlo undor tho Real Proporty Act.
Torms at Sulo. 8144
MONDAY, JUNE 19.
HIGHLY VALUABLE PROPERTY,
To Speculators, Capitalists, and Parties on tho
out-look for Remunerative Investment.
DICKSON & DUNCAN trill sell by auction,
ot their Auction Mort, Queen-street, op- posite the General Post-ofllco, on MONDAY, Juno 19, at ll o'clock,
That Highly Valuable PROPERTY,
situated in John-street, Vnlloy, only a short distance from Brunswick-street, and adjoining Mr. Arnold's property.
The Land has a frontage of 38 feet to John street, by a depth of 148 feet, and is all securely fenced in and well cultivated, planted with fruit trees of various descriptions.
On the Property a very snug, comfortable.
is built, which is in good preservation, and would let readily. _ '¦
The whole Property is ono whieh would cer- tainly yield a handsome return to any person purchasing it for the sake of investment.
T».«riua ut Sale-. 7fl34.
MONDAY, JUNE 19.
To Farmers, Agriculturists, and Others.
MAGNIFICENT ALLOTMENT OF LAND,
Containing 51 Acres 2 Roods, known »s Portion 159, Pariah of Bulimba.
DICKSON & DUNCAN have received in
structions to sell by auction, at their Now Auction Mart, Queen-street, opposite tho Post-office, on MONDAY, Juno 19, »t ll o'clock,
That Magnificent Government Portion of
LAND, known as Portion 159, Parish of Bulimba, and containing Cl Acres 2 Roods, of tho
RICHEST AGRICULTURAL LAND.
situated closo to tho
MAIN CLEVELAND ROAD,
about throo milos from town. .
Tho advantages of the abovo splendid Block aro sufficiently obvious to dispense with com- ment, but it may ha mentioned that this Land
Sold Without Resebvb,
and that tho titlo is undor tho Real Property
Terms at Sale.
With voforonco to tho foregoing, the Auc- tioneers aro awaro that country lands aro, at tho present timo, reported dull of salo ; but as tho permanent prosperity of tho Colony depends in ii great, mcasuro upon tho steady dovolopment of its agricultural resources, thoy havo no fear of tho result in bringing really choico agricultural properties boforo tho notico of tho publio, and moro particularly tho nowly-landed immigrants, ninny of whom havo doubtless arrived with tho intention of prosecuting agricultural pursuits in a manner that must ovontuoto in succoss. 7987
MONDAY, JUNE 19.
VALUABLE ALLOTMENT OF LAND
To Working Men, Speculators, and Others.
DICKSON & DUNCAN will soil by nuotion,
ot thoir Auction Mart, Queen-street, on MONDAY, Juno 19, at ll o'clock,
That really Choico CORNER ALLOT-
MENT of LAND fronting BRUNSAVICK-STREET,
known ns Lot No. 7, on Plan of Sub- division of Portion Nb. 10, having a frontage of 34 foot by a sido frontage of about 120 foot to a road loading at right anglos froniBrunswick-Btrcot, half
a ohuin wide.
This Land is situated on tho sumo Bido of Brunswiok-Blrcot, and but a short distaneo from Mr. Koith's rosidonco, and occupies a pleasant devotion for salubrity and proBpoct.
Tho access to tho City is ovory day rondorod moro convenient by tho- uumbor of vohiclos whioh nro running throughout tho day past tho lund, and it must bo admittqd that tho business eligibility of tho site is fast augmenting with tho rapid incroaao of local population.
Tho Titlo of tho Land is under tho Ecol
Terms will bo Liberal nt Salo.
All further information will bo roodily afforded by tho Auctioneers. _ 7988
TUESDAY, JUNE 20.
To Gentlemen forming GardonB, Orohardf,
Markot Gardonors, Fannors and Nursery mon, and tho Public.
HIGHLY VALUABLE ASSORTMENT
ORANGE TREES APPLE DITTO PEAR DITTO
LISBON LEMONS, CITRONS ENGLISH MULBERRIES FIGS, QUINCES, GRAPES ALMONDS, &e., &c, Ac.
From tho well-known Nursery of
M. MAGILL, SURRY HILLS, SYDNEY.
DICKSON Sc DUNCAN have received in
structions to sell by auction, at thoir Auction Mart, Q.ueon-streot, opposite the Gonoral Post-ofllco, on TUESDAY, Juno 20, at ll a.m. sharp,
A Most Extensive ond Valuable ColIe««
12 Varieties of Orango Trees 60 Ditto of Apple ditto
20 Ditto of Pear ditto
20 Ditto of Peaoh ditto 10 Ditto of Nectarines
Lisbon Loinons, Citrons
English Mulborries, Figs. ¦ ¦ , Quinces, Vinos
Almond Trees, Seo., Ac, ko.
Tho abovo aro all healthy Trees, of very su- perior quality, tho high character of tho Nursery of Mr. Magill, Surry Hills, boing .a sure guarantoo of thoir excellence, and it moy be added that they havo all been specially selected by that gentleman for shipment to Brisbane.
Gentlomcn planting Gardens, Orchards, Sec., Sec., Markot Gardonors, Nurserymen, mid others could not havo a better opportunity of securing healthy Trees of undoubted superiority, ona arriving, too, at a Mpital timo, whon tho dry season appears to have torminoted.
Terms at Salo. 8142
PADDINGTON ! PADDINGTON ! 1
Highly Iniportuut to the Publio of Brisbane,
Tho Residents and Landowners of Paddington.
Twelve Months having now elapsed since the
First Salo of
Delineated in tho Government Maps as Portions 212 and-213, Parish of
Tho Proprietor, John Robortson, Esquire, of Sydnoy, mindful of tho promise ho rando to purchiisors, nnd tho Public,' at that time, to submit to public competition, ono year there-
THE REMAINING UNSOLD AND
UNOFFERED ALLOTMENTS IN
Has now, in fidfllinent of such promise, and at tho urgont request of numerous former pur- chasers, as well as at the express and eager solicitation of the general publio, instructed
DICKSON & DUNCAN to toke tho neces
. sary steps to hold
A SALE OF GREAT MAGNITUDE
ON THE GROUND,
Whon the Unoflered and UNSOLD ALLOT- MENTS in this
MOST IMPORTANT SUBURB OF THE
Embracing by far tho most attractive Allot- ments in this Estate, which hove never been submitted before, and which the proprietor has hitherto declined to part with, notwithstanding the mott tempting offers, will be submitted te public selection on oven
MORE LIBERAL TERMS
than were promulgated at the former sale.
THE DATE OF SALE
will shortly be announced, and
.. TEN THOUSAND CATALOGUES
are now being prepared for gratuitous distribu- tion, whioh, :.wmCc6utaui tho number of tho
various allotments-to-be submitted, as well os . such general information as moy facilitate the public in distinguishing tho subdivisions.
Terms of Payment from Three to Five Years.
Titlo :under Real Property Act.