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1ETTLER for TPS WICH, on

_____ 5 SATURDAY, the 16th, at 7

ia.m., from Eaff's "Wharf.

1516 E. MELLOR.

S1

USTRALABIAN STEAM NAVI L GATION COMPANY.

STEAM TO SYDNEY.-Saloon, £5, Eeturn,

£8; Steerage, £2.

The CITY OP BRISBANE, SATURDAY,

February 16.

No Cargo tauen -within four hours of depar-

ture of any steamer, and all Fares must bo paid before embarking.

TO MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and

ROCKHAMPTON-Every alternate Tues- day

The CLARENCE, TUESDAY, Fobruary l8. All Cargo must be dolivored two hours prior <o departure of steamer.

TO IPSWICH-Saloon, 6s. ¡ Eore Cabin, 3s. |

Freight, 10s. per Ton.

Tho IPSWICH, This Day, FRIDAY,

February 15, at 7 a m.

Tho BRISBANE, To-Morrow, SATUR

DAY, Fobruary 16, at 7 a.m. .

^/O'REILLY & PRITCHARD, Agents. A.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane.

Q

TJEENSLAND STEAM NAYI

aATION COMPANY, FOR SYDNEY

The LADY YOUNG, FRIDAY, February

22 f

FOR MARYBOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and

ROCKHAMPTON

The QUEENSLAND, TUESDAY, February

'26. -

FOR IPSWICH

The EMU, This Day, FRIDAY, February

15, at 6 a.m.

ROBERT R. SMELLIE, Seoretary. Q.S.N. Company's Offices, Brisbane. 5579

FIRST SHIP FOR LONDON.

THE Barquo CHARLIE PAL-

MER, Al at Lloyds, Captain _'r CHARLES SMITH, 586 tons register, This well-known clipper and regular trader is loading rapidly for London, and offers the best opportunity for shippers. Sho has just made the passage from Melbourne in 9 days, jand her last passage from Gladstone to Calcutta was accomplished in 37 days, being the fastest on record. She has first-class accommodation for passengers.

For ratos of Freight or Passage apply to WIENHOLT & CO., Ipswich; or Elizabeth street, Brisbane. 1195

SHIP VANGUARD,

CAMAIN OIAHK, raoir LONDON.

TyrOTIOE.-All CLAIMS and AC yDI COUNTS against this ship muBt

_J be rendered in Duplicate at tho ofllco .of tho undersigned, on or before FRIDAY, 15th instant, or they will not be recognised.

, J. &'G. HARRIS, Agents. 'Brisbane, 13th February, 1867. 1484

GULF OF CARPENTARIA.

"VTOTIOE.'-Tho Master of over/ Vessel -LN bound to the Gulf of Carpentaria is required to report his ship at the Custom House on Swecr's Island previously to discharging any portion of the cargo. Tho master of any such TOBSOI failing to comply with this notification, will bo prosecuted according to law.

WILLIAM THORNTON, Collector of Customs. '

Custom House, Brisbane, February 13. 1515

COBB AND CO.'S

TELEOIUPH LINE

op

ROYAL MAIL COACHES,

QUEENSLAND BBANOB

ON and after the 1st oí' JANUARY, 1867,

COACHES of the above Line will loave tho Company's Offices, Royal Hotel, Queen street, Brisbane, as follows :-Brisbane to Ips- wich : 6 a ra., 12 noon, and 4 p.m. daily. Bris- bane to Toowoomba : 6 a.m. and 12 noon, daily. Brisbane to Warwick : 6 a.m. and 12 ?noon, Mondays, Wednesdays, and FridayB. Brisbane to Dolby : 6 a.m. and 12 noon, Mon- days, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Brisbane to 'Condamine and Roma : 12 noon, Mondays and Fridays.

COBB & CO., Proprietors ; H. T. MILLIE, -General Manager.

Cobb's Office, Decembor 20,1866. G863

OSBOURNE HOUSE,

SANDGATE.

MRS. H. WAKEFIELD has much plea-

sure in informing her Friends and the Publto of Brisbane and its Bitburbs that she has opened tile above Largo and Commodious House, newly erected, in ono of th'e most healthy situations overlooking the Bay, as a BOARDING HOUSE for the Accommoda- tion of Visitors to the pleasant Watering-place of Sandgate, where they will receive every com- fort and convenience, at Moderate Charges.

Private Sitting Rooms may be secured.

Dinners provided for Pleasure Parties. 6517

AT SLATER'S SELECT LIBRARY.

MAGAZINES via PANAMA, and NEWS-

PAPERS via MARSEILLES. Sub-

scriptions received for the Home News, Illus- trated London News, Punch, and ALL OTHER NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES, to com- mence at any date.

6471 GEO. SLATER, Queen-street, Brisbane.

~ TB.E COURIER

GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE,

GEOBQE-STKEET.

EBAL PROPERTY

Mortgage

Indenture

Nomination of Trustees Lease

Powev-of- Attorney Insolvency

Surveyors' Declaration

Kequest to Issue Certificate of Title

Summons

Electoral Claims Agreement

Promissory Note

Dog Registration,

And every other description of Forms always

in stock.

fTIHE GREAT SUCCESS of TSE QUEENS J- LANDER ig owing to the fact that no «xpenso Iras been spared to make it the BEST FAMILY PAPER-A paper of high moral tone. The reliability of its numerous Contri- butors and Correspondents, the proctioal and invariably good and healthy character of its

articles, the care which is taken that tho Latest News sholl be presented to its readers, and the superiority of its Toles, Sketches, Poetry, &o., &c, have gained for tho QUEENSLANDES a posi- tion that no other paper has attained in Queens- land, and but few in Australia. The QUEENS BANDEE is published in Brisbane every Saturday morning in time for the moils. The terms of ?subscription (invariably in advance) are :

Per annum . 21s.

Quarter. 6s. 6d. Single copies . 6d.

As an ADVBBTI3IN& MEDIUM for all who wish publicity in the interior, and throughout the Colony, the QUEENSLANDER stands unrivalled.

ROYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE,

EDWABD-STBEET.

Proprietor ... Mr. J. DINSDALE.

TO-NIGHT, February 15, FAREWELL

BENEFIT of MISS JULIA HUDSON. -Miss J. H., in making this appeal to hor friends and tho public generally, returns hor

sincere thanks for the kindness BIIO has received during her sojourn in thiB city.-Miss J. H. will produce the fino ploy, taken from the Ger- man by Maria Lovel, entitled

INGOMAR, THE BARBARIAN; OB, THE

GREEK MAIDEN.

Ingomar, leader of a tribe of Allemani, Mr. J. L. Byers ; Parthenia, the Greek maiden, Miss Julia Hudson ; supported by the full v strength of the company.

The Interlude Company will moko this a

Special Gala Night.

To conclude with, by request,

TOM AND FANNY ; or, the ETON BOY.

Tom and Fanny, Miss Julia Hudson ; rest of characters by Company.

No Tickets Issued.

No Half-prico Benefit Nights. 1528

FUNERAL.-Tho Friends of Mr. D. R.

SOMERSET are respectfully invited to attend tho Funeral of his deceased Wife, to move from his residence, St. John's Wood, Wator Works road, THIS DAY (Friday), at

IO o'clock a.m.

1531 G. B. PETRIE, Undertaker.

LEGAL CRICKET CLUB.

A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of tho

abovo Club will bo held at WILLETT'S Hotel, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.

1538 ROBT. LYONS, Hon. Sec.

QUEENSLAND STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

NOTICE is hereby given that a MEETING

of the SHAREHOLDERS in the abovo Company will bo hold in tho Company's Offices, on MONDAY Next, February l8, at 4 o'clook p.m., to toko into consideration and to arrange tho best plan to carry on the Company. 1486

QUEENSLAND VOLUNTEER RIFLE

BRIGADE.

GENTLEMEN who have already signod

their names as willing to become mem- bers of tho Brisbane Volunteer Riflo Corps, now in course of formation, aro particularly re- quested to attend a MEETING to bo held at the School of Arts, on MONDAY EVENING, 18th February, at 7 o'clock.

Hon. Colonol O'connell in tho chair.

ARTHUR 0. HUNT, Ensign 50th Queen's Own, and Adjut. Q. V. Brigade. 1507

UNION CLUB.

APPLICATIONS, in writing.forthe situation

of PROVIDORE to tho Union Club, will be received by the Committee until 12 o'clock on MONDAY, the 18th instant. All particulars can be ascertained on applying to the Secretary, at the Club Houso, Charlotto

street.

By order of the Committee,

1469_M. J. NORRIS, Secretavy.

PIMPAMA SUGAR COMPANY (Limited). THE Directors having boen authorised, at

the Extraordinary General Mooting of the Shareholders, held on the 8th instant, to iucroase tho Company's Capital to £12,000, bog to notify that 767 SHARES (Ten PoundB each) are now OFFERED FOR SALE under the following

CONDITIONS :

Tho Shares will be allotted at par to the first applicants, 25 per cent, of the amount applied for to bo deposited at the Bank of New South Wales, BriBbano; balance to bo paid on or before the 15th April next.

No application will be entertained after the

3lBt March next.

The bank will hold the deposits of applicants in trust until at least 500 Bhares aro taken up.

Old Shareholders will have no preferential

claims whatsoever.

Any further information through tho under By order of the Board of Directors,

O. HEUSSLER & CO., Agents. Brisbane, Feb. 12, 1867. 1438

G>i) REWARD. -LOST from Bulimba oWA Creek, near the Eight Mile Plains, ono light grey DRAUGHT HORSE, branded A over M near shoulder. Any person delivering the same at the Union Hotel, Brisbane, or at Evans' Accommodation Houso, Logan-road, will receive tho abovo reward. .1476

THE Gentleman who, on the evening of tho

25th January last, purchased at the office of this paper 50 ELECTORAL CLAIMS FORMS, and who left Brisbane on the follow- ing morning, is requested to communicate with Mr. HILL, Courier office.

WE, tho undersigned, trading in Brisbane

as Watchmakers, Jewellers, &c, under the namo, stylo, or firm of RUXTON & CHARET, havo THIS DAY DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP by mutual consent. All debts due to said firm must bo paid imme- diately to Mr. J. S. Buxton, who will pay all debts due on account of said Partnership.

JOHN S. RUXTON JULES F. CHARET. Witness-JOSEPH TILSON.

Dated this 9th day of February, 1867.

The Business wiU be conducted in future by John S. Ruxton. 1467

.ASSIGNED ESTATE OF R. HUTCHINS.

A FIRST DIVIDEND of Five Shillings in

the Pound will be PAYABLE at the Office of Messrs. DICKSON & DUNCAN on and after the 6th instant.

It is necessary that Promissory Notes, or Certified Accounts, be produced.

ROBERT GD3SON,\ ", ,.

JAMES DICKSON,/ ^«^es. Brisbane, February 1,1867. 1110

NOTICE is hereby given that the PAR.T

NERSHIP carried on by Alfred Willford, Joseph Macalister Lewthwaite, and Thomas Brookbank Patterson, under the style or firm of WTLLFORD, PATTERSON, & CO., was, on tho 9th day of February, 1867, absolutely DIS- SOLVED by mutual consent.

The Indenture of Dissolution of said Partner- ship may be inspected at tho Office of Keane and Fowles, Solicitors, Brisbane, by any person con-

cerned.

Dated this 12th day of February, 1867.

(Signed) A. WILLFORD

T. B. PATTERSON

J. M. LEWTHWAITE.

Witness-W. LAMBERT FOWLES, Solicitor, trisbane. _1468

FIRE ! FIRE ! ! FIRE ! I !

JAMES LANG REMOVED to Rush's Build-

ings, next the New Commercial Bank, Queen-street. 6691

LATE FIRE IN QUEEN-STREET.

BRABANT & CO. have Resumed Business

as heretofore.

Temporary Stores-Edward Street, lately occupied by Fairfax. 4006

REDBANK

STEAM BOILING ESTABLISHMENT.

THE Undersigned beg to inform SQUAT-

TERS and STOCKHOLDERS, that their establishment at Redbank, near Ipswich, is now in full operation, and that thoy aro pre- pared to mako engagements for BOILING- DOWN SnEEP and CASTLE. Parties likely to have any stock to Boil down, will obligo by making' early application, as tho books are fast filling up,

JOHN CAMPBELL, SON, & ANOTHER.

1319

PATENT PROCESS OF SALTING MEAT

FOR STATION USE, &o.

THE attention of Squatters, Shoop Farmers,

and other employers of labor, is called to tho oheap, expeditious, and thoroughly offoctivo mode of curing Bcof and Mutton for rations by the process known as Dr. MORGAN'S, so largely carried out at Town Marie for preparing ships' provisions, &o.

The undersigned is now prepared to ÍBBUO LICENSES to all parties desirous of making use of the process.

Terms, &c, on application to

MALCOLM H. DAVIS, Sole Exeoutor of M. Boulton Davis, Town Marie, Ipswioh. 1433

NOTICE OF, REMOVAL.

H DAY, FRUITEEBB AND GHEENQHOOEB,

. Queen-Btreot, Brisbane, takes this oppor- tunity of thanking his friends and tho public for the patronago so kindly bestowod on him sinoo ho commenced business, and begs to hrform thom that he has REMOVED to tho largo and commodious premises recently occupied by Mr. Thoa. Coates, in Quoon-streot, whoro ho will havo better accommodation for his business, and hopes by striot attention and moderate oharges to merit a continuance of past favors.

Choice Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds in

season.

NOTE THE ADDEESS-Next to Markwell and Son's, Queen-street. 1375

i~^ WAGNER begs to inform his numerous VJT« friends and customers that ho HAS OPENED that Shop lately occupied by O. Campen, Tobacconist, where ho intends lo keep a fresh and woll-Boleoted Stock of FRUIT, &o. G. \V., having largo Gardens ot tho Gorman Station, is prepared to exeouto Family and Shipping Orders on the shortest notico.

G. WAGNER, Queen-street, two doors from the Town Hall. 1485

BY APPOINTMENT TO HIS

EXCELLENCY.

AWABDBD PRIZE MEDAL AT THE INTEB

NATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1862.

S

N. LADE,

WHOLESALE and RETAIL SADDLER,

MANUFACTURÉE and IJIPOETEB, oppo- site tho Genoral PoBt Office, Queen-Btreot,

Brisbane. '

Country ordors promptly ox ecuted. 1488

EOBT. DAVIDSON, HOUSE, LAND, and

GENBBAI COMMISSION AGENT, VALUATOB, BEOKEE, &C, ' George-street, opposite Office

Lands and Works. 1119

OOTT, DAWSON, AND STEWART,

IMPORTÉES AND WABBHOUSBMEN,

1 & 2, Jewell's Buildings, Brisbane. 128 EMOVAL.-J. G. SIMPSON, from 12,

Town Hall, to Garrick's Buildings, oppo- site School of Arts, Queen-street. 1514

ANK, INSURANCE,STEAM, GAS.MIN

ING, and other SHARES maybe ob- tained and disposed of on application to

J. G. SIMPSON, Share Broker, Garrick's Buildings, opposite School of Arts,Queen-street, Brisbane._6413

i?1 Ofin I0 BE LENT, in- one or ot/JL-AV/V/ more sums. Also, £200 and £100. MACNISH & SON, Solicitors, Queen strcet. _1510

LOANS of small or large amount on the

security of mortgage upon freehold pro- perty under the provisions of the Roal Property Aotof 1861. Applyto GILBERTT.C. LANG, Queen-street, opposite the Treasury. í 1885

GASH ADVANCED on FREEHOLD PRO

PERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and all other descriptions of Property for Sale.

ARTHUR MARTIN, City Auction Mart.

MONEY.

MONEY to ADVANCE, in Small Sums, on

good seourity.

1815 FRASER & BUCKLAND.

AVAILABLE LAND-ORDERS, in largo or

small LotB, FOR SALE.

6137 C. HEUSSLER & CO., Queen-street. LAND ORDERS PURCHASED for CASE

by DICKSON & DUNCAN. 848

LAND ORDERS Purchased by ARTHUR

MARTIN, City Auction Mart, Queen

and Edward streets. 5897

HAHt ! HAIR ! !

ALL Description of HORSE and COW

BLAIR Purchased by the Undersigned.

ARTHUR MARTIN,

803 City Auction Mart.

WOOL.

MORTS PRODUCE STORES.

THE undersigned will mako OA8H AD

. VANOES on all PRODUCE (Wool, OU, Tallow, Hides, &c.,) consigned to them for sale or shipment.

5469_MORT & CO., Sydney.

NIGHTMAN! NIGHTMAN!!

AND

CHIMNEY SWEEPER.

WALLEN, Edward and Adelaide Streets,

. is prepared to EMPTY Water-closets, Cess-pools, and Remove Rubbish of all kinds on the shortest notice, keeping a proper Cart for

the occasion.

N.B.-Any orders sont to the above addresB will meet with punctual attendance. 7123

ATENT LUBRICATING OIL. 1352 W. & B. BROOKES.

P

PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE INSUR-

ANCE COMPANY OF SYDNEY.

CAPITAL-£500,000.

DniEOTOBS:

J. L. Montefiore, Esq., Chairman. J. R. Young, Esq.

Henry Prince, Esq. A. B. Smith,' Esq.

Jamea Byrnes, Esq.

Transactions can be effected with this Com-

pany in the various Branches of Fire and Marine Insurance, at the lowest current rates of premium

Risks are promptly taken without the neces ity of reference to the Head Office. i .

Marine Losses may be made payable at the Brisbane Agency ; or the Company's Offices in Sydney, Melbourne, or London, at the option

of the assured.

' GEO. D. WEBB.Eagle-Btreet, Agent for the

FIBS BEAXCH.

BRIGHT BROS. & CO., Eagle-street, Agents for the MABINS BBANOH. 2579

GIVINÇr -UP' BUSINESS.

DONNELLY BROTHERS, in announcing |

to the publie their dctornimation to

GIVE UP BUSINESS,

in consequence of one of the Partners

RETURNING TO EUROPE,

beg to tender their host thanks for the liboral amount of patronogo acoordcd thom sinoo thoy

oommoncod business, anq" also to state that thoy |

will soil out thoir

ENTIRE STOCK OF DRAPERY

1 l AND

READY-MADE CLOTHING At and under Cost Prices, as tho*

WHOLE MUST BE SOLD beforo tho 30th March.

Tho Establishment1 will be CLOSED on FRIDAY, the 15th February, for tho purposo of rodueing pricos and ro-marking stock, and

will RE-OPEN

ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16,

AT NOON. , I

All DEBTS DUE to tho Firm oro roquoBted to be settled before tho abovo date, and all open accounts against the Firm forwarded for pay-

ment.

The FIXTURES, COUNTERS, and GAS

FITTINGS, will bo sold at conclusion of |

solo. 1500

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

TO WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS,

STOREKEEPERS,

LICENSED HAWKERS,

AND

GENERAL DEALERS.

CHRIST. NEWTON, BBO. & CO., having |

decided upon ,

CLOSING THEIR BRISBANE ESTAB-

LISHMENT,

Beg to offer to THE TRADE as follows :

Tho whole of their DRAPERY, HOSIERY,

CLOTHING, and BOOT and SHOE STOCK, which thoy have dooidod I must bo CLEARED OUT during tho PRESENT aud ENSUING MONTH.

To effect this, thoy offer the following j

inducements to Purchasers :- »

Purchasers of Goods under £50 will be I

allowed 5 por cont. discount for Prompt Cash,

PurohaserB aboye? £60, and undor £100,

allowed 17i. per cent, discount for Prompt Cash. >

Purchasers above £100allowed 10 percent, j

discount for prompt cash.

As nearly the whole of the Stock was received '

beforo tho present Ad Valorem Duties were in force, tho PRESENT MARKED PRICES aro CONSIDERABLY LOWER than recent ship-

ments oan be offered at.

C. N* B. & Co., in making this public an- nouncement to the Mercantile Community of Queensland, of their final decision to Close thoir Brisbane Houso, do not think it will ho necessary to fully enumérate tho Stook, tho class of Goods imported by thom having a well known reputation.

Brisbane, February 1,1867. 1068

CHRIST. NEWTON, BROTHER,« & CO.,

HAVE ON SALE

AT THEIR STORES", BRISBANE,

WINES, BEERS, and SPIRITS, of

various brands, in bulk and bottle.

GROCERIES AND OILMEN'S STORES.

HARDWARE, PAPER, &o., &c.

As the Brisbane Branoh of our Establishment will shortly bo CLOSED, the STOOK of abovo GOODS on band will be SOLD at Roducod Rates, to effect a clearance.

Brisbane, February 1,1867.

UMBRELLAS.

EA. & J. KlNGSEOBD HAVE

. JUST OPENED A XIABGKB AS- SORTMENT OF SILK UMBRELLAS, WHICH THEY ARE OPEEEING- AT CLEARING PRICES; GINGHAM, WHITE ALPACA, WHITE GINGHAM UMBRELLAS, LINED WITH GRBEX, IN DADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SIZES AND VABIOUS

QUALITIES.

BONUS OP FIVE TER CENT, TO EVERY

CASH CUSTOMER.

EOR.SALE or LEASE,' that well-known

Properly, Town Mono BOILING ESTA- BLISHMENT and SAW MILLS, situated on the Bremer River. For particulars, apply to ROBERT DOUGLAS, Kangaroo Point. 1297

In the Assigned Estate of GEORGE

STUPART, Ipswioh and Helidon.

TÎ10R SALE by Tender, the STOOK-IN Jj TRADE of the abovo Estate.

The Stock and Stock Sheets can bo inspected by applying to Mr. J. 0. Whitehill, on tho Pre- mises, at Ipswich. Copy of Stock Sheets also at the Office of ChriBt. Newton, Bro. & Co.

Brisbane.

Tenders will be recoivcd untd noon on SATURDAY, 16th instant, at the Office of Christ. Newton, Bro. & Co., addressed to the

Trustees.

The highest or any Tender not necessarily

accepted.

D.L. BROWN,

WM. NEWTON,

1399 Trustees in the Estate of George Stupart,

C

USTOMS FORMS. Import Entries Export ditto

Home Consumption

Removal from Warehouse Import Bonds

Ana other Customs Forms,

ON SALE at the Courier General Printing I Office.

THE DIVAN

WHOLESALE AND, RETAH,

TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,

Queen-street.

E.

GAUJARD, PROPRIETOR,

Trade Supplied at the Lowest Market Quotations.

Choicest American and Havannah Goods. 245

WHAT DO THE WILD WAVES SAY

NOWP

THAT tho Monkchostor and othor fino ships

havo orossed the stormy soo, and dis- charged WARDE & SON'S GOODS in splon did condition, tho wholo of which, togothor with thoir former well-assorted Stook, thoy aro propared to offor at prices that must command

a trade !

Romembor the Addross

WARDE & SON, Ironmongers, opposito J. Borkloy'8, Chemist, Queon-stroot. 1316

FOR SALE, a very neat PHAETON, in

first-class order, with ovorything complete, for one or two horsos. Apply to JOHN MOKAY, at Loogue's, Baker, Mary-street. 1463 FOR SALE, a first-rato PONY, about 12

hands high, suitable for a boy. Apply to Mr. ARTHUR MARTIN, Auction Mart,

hands high, suitable for a boy. A Ir. ARTHUR MARTIN, Auction 1/

Queen-street. 1422

HART'S ADELAIDE FLOUR.-The

Undorsigned aro AGENTS for Messrs. JOHN HART & CO.'s brand, known to be superior to any other Flour in the Colonice, and aro always prepared to oxooute orders.

GEORGE RAFF & CO., Brisbane. 620

TOOTH'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.

THE Publio aro informed that thoy can ob-

tain SUPPLIES at all timos, from tho undersigned.

MORT, HOLLAND, & CO.,

1517_Agents for Queensland.

S

EED OATS!! SEED POTATOES!!!

at GEORGE TOMS, Fortitude Volley.

1532

GEORGE TOMS, having JUST RECEIVED

ox Monkchostor, a primo ABsortmont of OILMEN'S STORES, in splondid condition, from tho celobrated firm of Crosso and Black- well, is offoring thom at prices to suit tho times. 1530

FLOUR, at 11s. per 100 lbs., at GEORGE

1 TOMS, Grocer, Valley. 1633 MAIZE ! MAIZE ! ! MAIZE ! ! !

O

nr^oR

LD MAIZE, a Good Samplo, at 4s. por

Bushel, at

1000 T. DOWSE, Viotoria Wharf.

MACHETES^

CUTTING" SUGAR-CANES. 1351_W. & B. BROOKES.

TO SUGAR PLANTERS, FARMERS.

GRAY'S celobrated SCOTCH PLOUGHS,

Patent Chain, Harrows, &o., &c, Chaff Cutters and Mills > for hand, horse, or steam power, ALWAYS ON HAND.

8239 . FRASER & BUCKLAND, Quoen-streot.

SORGHUM SEED.

A J. BOOKINGS has a superior Parcel

. of the above. Also, SEED OATS, and twenty sorts of Grass Seeds. 2357

SUGAR CANE, BANANAS, by the Dozen,

Hundred, or Thousand.

A. J. HOOKINGS/Nursery and Seedsman,

Quoon-Btrcet._ 2360

GARDEN TOOLS.

-\

A J. HOOKINGS has on hand a most

. varied Stook of GARDEN TOOLS, and all persons engaged in cultivation would do well to inspect >t. **

Seed and Gardon Tool Warehouse, Queen

street. ' \ 2359

NORFOLK ISLAND PINES, &o.

A J. HOOKINGS has on hand somo noble

. Spocimon Plants of Norfolk Island Pinos, Bunyas, Now Caledonia Pines, &c, ho., four to six feet in height, well established in large pots, ready to plant out. \

Nursories :-Montague Road, South Brisbane

WHITE TUSOARORA MAIZE.

A J. HOOKINGS is now prepared to

. Bupplv the above valuable DWARF WHITE CORN, in small quantities, forWeod. It ripens in190 days, And from its dwarf habit can be grown at half the distance required by tho common sorts. A small quantity oí the AMERICAN SUGAR CORN just gathered.

Seed i and Garden Tool Worohouso, Queon and Albert streets._618,5

ASTE PAPER for SALE at the o'ffioo

of thiB paper 00Ú

w

FOR SALE, CHEAP, the wholo of Iho

SUGAR MACHINERY and Rum Dis tillery erected for tho late Lord Elphinstone,; on the Paradowai Estate, Ceylon. Apply to J. W. HOME, on tho estate ; or, lo his firm, Eliza- beth-street, Melbourne. 6094

SPORTSMEN'S MATERIALS. '

E LASSETTER & CO., in anticipation of

. tho approaching season, have importod a first-rato selection of SHOOTING TACKLE.

The Stock of GUNS-upwards of two thou- sand pieces-surpasses any hitherto offered in the colonies for extent, variety, and rapge of prices, and while it includes those of the highest degree of finish and oxoelloneo of workman- ship, affords to purchasers of all means an op- portunity of securing guaranteed ¡PROOF GUNS, at low prices.

F. L. Äs CO. hove just landed

Greener's Double-barrel Guns,stub twist, stub

Damascus twist, and laminated stool bar- rels, seloetod best walnut stocks-as- sorted as to bore, length of barrel, and

bend of stook

Ditto ditto, in oak cases, with appurtenances 1 complete

Ditto ditto, in solid leather cases

Self Half-cocking Double-Barrel Brooch

Loaders

Duck Guns, four and five feet barrels

Low-prieed Single and Double-barrel Guns,

guaranteed proof

Spencer's Seven-shot Repeating Rifle Henry's Fifteen-shot ditto ditto Revolving Rifles

Prince's and other makers' Breech-loading

Carbines

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Sharp's Four-shot Pocket Repeating Pistols Powder Flasks, in great variety

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Cap Chargers, Nipple Primers

Cleaning Rods, Cartridge Carriers, &c.

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Instruments for Cartriago Making and Cap-

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THE QUEENSLANDER,

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Tho issue of tho above popular journal for

TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) MORNING,

, February* 16, 18G7, will contain

Bosidos a mass of Goneral Information Buitablo

for all olassos of Readers :

TELEGBAPHIO NEWS to hour of publication.

ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON THE TOPICS

OF THE DAY.

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. English Nows to January 6.

American Nows to Dccombor 10. Tho Reform Agitation.

What the Fenians aro Doing.

Groat Reform Demonstration in London. i Banquot at "Manchester.

Fenianium in Iroland-Unsettled Stato of

Affairs.

Tho Press on Fonionism.

Preparing to Moot the Robols.

Professor Blackio on Manhood Suffrage

Loss of tho Barquo Coya, from Sydnoy to San

Francisco.

Burning of tho Boochworth.

An Eventful Oaroor. Irish Pork Jobbers.

The Popo and tho Empress.

Fires in Scotland.

Latest American and Mexican Itoms.

NEWS OF THE, WEEK.

Affairs not So Bad as they Might Bo.

! Working of tho Troasury Notes System.

Queensland Dobonturos. Tho Queensland Loan.

Collision in tho South Passage. Tho Voyage of tho Horo.

Queensland Building Sooioty, No. 1. The Pimpama Sugar Company. The Acclimatisation Society.

THE COURTS.

Supreme Court.

Insolvency Court.

Metropolitan District Court. '

Brisbano Polico Court.

CORRESPONDENCE.-Mr. Groom and tho Rail-

way Hands.-Tho Eigb t-Hours Movomont. -Working Inferior Lands.-Co-operative Farming.-Quoor Doings in tho Brisbano Corporation.-Tho uso of Sorghum Seed. -Bloodhounds for the BuBhrangors, &o., &o. s

. THE DIGGINGS.

Claimants Wanted for tho Gold Discovery

Reward.

A Now Gold-Fiold in tho Kennedy District.

Latest from tho Weddin Mountains ¡ Croco , dilo Crook ; Now Zealand, &c, &o. SHIPPING- for the Wook.

COMMERCIAL and Market Reports,.

Latest Queensland, Sydnoy, Melbourno, and

British Commercial Reports. SPORTING ITBMS.

Australian Joekey Club.

Principal Winning Owners in 1866. Great Ocean Yaoht Races

Royal Sydnoy Yaoht Squadron.

Cricket Mutches.

NEWS FBOM ALL PARTS or THE COLONY :

Bowen.

Maryborough.

Clormont.

Oxloy.

Condamine.

Rockhampton.

Dalby.

Roma.

Gayndah.

TheRailway Camps

Goondiwindi.

Toowoomba.

Ipswioh.

Townsville.

Mackay. >

Warwiok. NEWS EBOM inB OTHEE COLONIES:

N. S. Wales. Tasmania.

Victoria. New Zealand. South Australia. &c.> &c.

NEWS AND NOTES-By a Sydnoy Man.

Death of Mr. Simou Kemp. Fire in Sydney.

The Late Robborios in the Railway Depart-

ment..

Bushrangers Caught. Important Capture.

Mr. Verdon and his Honors. Bush Fires in Warrnambool. BUSH, FARM, AND GAEDEN,

Improvements in Sheep Breeding. Curing Hay With Lime.

Worms in Horsos.

Horses for tho Indian Markot.

( A Simple woy of Making Wine.

Agricultural Progross in America. Burning of a Wool Shed. , Pastoral Enterprise.

New South Wales Scab Act.

Wind and Woather throughout the Colony for

the week.

Brisbane and Colonial Market Reports.

IHPOUNDINGS from Saturday's,_ Government

Gazette (February 16).

THE NOVELIST.

Grantford Grange ; or the Gipsy Mother

An American Tale of great interest. Chapters XIX., XX., and XXI. SOIENTISTO AND USEFUL.

Life-Saving Rafts. ^ "

The Steim Syphon-Security of Life at Sea. Silk from Spiders.

The Gates of the Pacific.

OUR PORTFOLIO.-Containing Poetry ; Com-

ments; Items of interest ; Useful Recipes,

&c., &o.

"The Scottish Exilo's Deathbed." " A Song for tho Season." A Toast for Queensland. Colonial Defences.

The Art of Dunning. I The Wandering Jew. ' Importance of Newspapers to Women. The first Oyster Eater. What Drink can Do.

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