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The Cipher 0 Indicates Member of Com- mittee and no attendances thereat

NOTE-Alderman Rees attended Meet- ings of Works, Parks, and Town Hall Com , mittees during absence of Alderman Nicholls on sick leave. Alderman Seal at- tended Works Committee as Acting Mayor.

W. HENRY G. MARSHALL,

1 Town Clerk.

Town Hall, 1st February, 190L

INTERNATIONAL PATENT AND

TRADE MARKS OFFICE, 113 Queen Btreet, Brisbane. C. E. GRAHAM, Patent Agent, representing Edward Waters ft Son, of Melbourne and Sydney.

?ATENTS.

t % CHARLES E. BERNAYS,

îglstered Patent Agent,

D. Bank Chambers. Adelaide-treat.

PATENTS. TRADE WARKS.

E. GARLAND ABELL,

Registered Patent Agent,

78 and 80 Queen-street (over King ft

King's).

T> RISBANE BOARD OF WATERWORKS

TO WATER CONSUMERS.

Owing lo the length of the drought, and the possibility of its continuance. Con- sumers are requested to be CAREFUL in the USE of the WATER ; and are hereby CAUTIONED against using the Hose (ex 3 cept when held in the hand), Lawn Sprlnk i lers, or other mechanical appliances for watering the garden.

Those neglecting this Caution are liable to have the supply turned off from their premises, and to such further penalties as the law provides.

By order of the Board.

« GEO. JOHNSTON/

Secretarr.

Offices of the Brisbane Board of Water- works, Brisbane, 9th January, ^01.

BARCE ft HANCOCK, Exportera

STEAM HAY and STRAW PRBSSB9, General Produce and Commission Agents, 23 Francis-street, Melbourne, and at Wer-

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COACHES.

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rival Train from Brisbane, 1 p.m.

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EVERY MORNING,

'Arriving at Nerang in Time to Caleb the

Brisbane Train. ,

COACH FARES : 10s. Single, 18s. Satan.

Good Horses. Reliable Driven.

Comfortable Coaches.

Mr. Higgins Meets the Train with a

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Property Cleared of Ants, Borers, te, and insured for years against them. Cure : 5-gallon Drum, 21s., 1 Gallon, 6s.; Half gallon, 3s. Powder, 2s 6d. and Is. 6d. tin. Directions and Testimonials given. BUGS, COCKROACHES, SILVERFISH, and other Insects Completely Exterminated by STREET'S NEW GAS PROCESS, which searches out and kills all lnswets, no matter where located, without soiling, Injuring tooms, or most delicate furnishings.

Please Note : NO CUBE, NO PAY.

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Meetings.

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TO THE ELECTORS.

JAMES R. DW3KS0N will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at WYNNUM: BOARD HALL, TO-NtIGHT (Monday), 4th. FBBRU1ARY.'

MANLY : ASSEMBLY SHALL, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 5th FEBRUARY. HEMMANT : STATE SCHOOL, WEDNESDAY, 6th FEBRUARY.

CLEVELAND : SCHOOL OF ARTS, THURSDAY, 7th FEBRUARY.

WELLINGTON (POINT : ASSOCIATION'S HALL, FRIDAY, Sth FEBRUARY.

BELMONT : STATE SCHOOL, SATURDAY, 9th FEBRUARY. * CITY : CENTENNIAL HALL, (MONDAY, 11th FEBRUARY.

NORMAN BARK : STATE SCHOOL, TUESDAY, 12th FEBRUARY. STEPHENS : BOA<RD OFFICE, WEDNESDAY, 13t<fl FEBRUARY.

MOUNT GRAVATT : STATE SCHOOL, THURSDAY, 14th FEBRUARY.

STONE'S CORNER, COORiPAROO : FORESTERS' HALL, FRIDAY, 13tíh FEBRUARY.

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CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN SHARP AT 8 O'CLOCK P.M. AT ALL MEETINGS.

ELECTORS, STAND BY A MAN WHO IS PREPARED TO STAN© BY LOCAL

INDUSTRY.

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FEDERATION IS ACCOMPX1ISHBD, AND STRONG MEN ARE REQUIRED.

ATIOKAL AGKICVLTUBAL A.%» INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION

OF QUEENSLAND.

The ANNUAL MEETING of Members w ill be held at the Association's Offices, Courier Building, Queen-street, Brisbane, TO-DAT ^Monday), 4th February, at 3 o'clock-p.m. '

BUSINESS :

Consideration of Report, Balance-sheet, and Accounts, Election of President, two Vice-presidents, and six Members of Council ;

Consideration of Additions and Amendments to the Rules of the Association sug- gested by the Council, copies of which haye been sent to all Members.

J. W. SWAIN, Secretary. The following NOMINATIONS have been received :

VICE-PRESIDENTS (Two Vacancies) Messrs. -J. Leahy, M.L.A., John Reid, and John Stevenson.

MEMBERS OF COUNCIL (Six Vacancies)

Messrs. E. T. Cooper, T. F. Fauset, R. Fraser, P. R. Gordon, A. C. Grant, J. Hardgrave, Herbert Hunter, James Irving, John Jackson, D. MacBrair, D. Mactaggart, Andrew L. Petrie, M.L.A., John Reid, Wm. Stephens, M.L.A., John Stevenson, J. K. Stewart, and Hon. Henry C. Wood, M.L.C.

Gentlemen who have been nominated as above are requested to notify the Secretary at once of their willingness to act if elected. ? _

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XLBY (FEDERAL ¡ELECTION.

H. TURLEY, ML.A, Labour Candidate, .at Bulimba School of Arts TO-NIGHT (Mon- day), 4th February. Come and hear him. Meeting of Bulimba W.P.O. at close.

NORTH WARD RATEPAYERS-Alder-

man W. G HIGGS will ADDRESS Public Meeting at corner of Boundary and Fortescue streets. Spring Hill, THIS (Mon day) EVENING, at 8 o'clock._

WINDSOR SHIRE.

Mr. W. B. M'CAHON

Will Address the RATEPAYERS of No. 1 WARD THHB (Monday) NIGHT, In the Albion Hall, at 8 o'clock.

ULIMBA ELECTION.

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W, H. BARNES,

THE ENDORSED GOVERNMENT CANDI-

DATE,

Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of Bulimba

as follows :

Mount Gravatt, State School, TUESDAY, 6th February. "

Bulimba, School of Arts, WEDNESDAY, 6th February.

Clevelard, School of Arts, FRIDAY, 8th February.

Board Hall, Wynnum, SATURDAY, 9th February.

Chair to be taken at 8 o'clock Each

Evening-._ COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL

LEAGUE.

A MEETING of ELECTORS Interested in the FORMATION of a BRANCH of the League in Toowong, will be held TO- MORROW TUESDAY EVENING, 5th Febru- ary, at 8 o'clock. In the Masonic - Hall, Toowong.

SOUTH BRISBANE TELEPHONE

SUBSCRIBERS.

South Brisbane Telephone Subscribers are invited to MEET at the Municipal Chambers TO-MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, 6th February, at 8 o'clock, to consider the Reply from the Postmaster-General.

JOHN GARSDEM,

Mayor.

RISBANE BOYS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

ELECTION OF TRUSTEES.

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A MEETING of the Subscribers of £5 and upwards to the Building Fund of the above School will be held at the Boys' Grammar School, Gregory-terrace, on TUESDAY, 12th February, 1901, at 4.30 p.m., to Elect three Trustees in place of the Hon. Sir S. W. GRIFFITH, G.C M.G., C.J., L. A. BERNAYS, Esq., C.M.G., F.L.S., and J. L. WOOLCOCK, Esq., B.A., whose term of office expires by effluxion of time, but who are eligible for re-election.

(Nomination of Candidates, signed by a Subscriber or Subscribers, must be delivered or sent by post to the Secretary of the Board not less than seven days before che day of the Meeting.

JAMES COWAN,

Secretary to the Board. 22nd January, 1901.

THE HODSDON PATENT TOTALISER

AND ENUMERATING MACHXNiES COMPASNY, Limited.

Notice lis ¡hereby given üürat an EXTRA- ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the abovenamed Company will be held at the Registered Office, 210 Queen-street, Bris- bane, on TUESDAY, tlhe 19& day of Feb- ruary, 1901, at 4 o'clock in tlhe afternoon, when the subjoined RESOLUTION, which 'was passed at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on the 31st January, 1901, will be submitted for con- firmation as a special resolution .

RESOLUTION.

" That the Capital of <Uhe Company be in- creased to £21,000, by «he creation of 12,000 new ¿hares of £1 each. 11,000 of tlhe salid shares Shall be issued as fuHy paid up eürares of £1 each, and 9000 of the said 11,000 Shares sfoalll be allowed pro rata to the present shareholders, itihe remaining 2000 Itally patd-aip shares «mall be retained on bebaut of the Company, and disposed of by the Directors in such manner as they think moot toeneöoial to the Company. The romainIng 1000 shares shall be Issued as coBtribuUng stores, and shall be of- fered in the first place to the membe s in proportion to tlhe existing shares held by them, and shall be allotted upon applica- tion and upon mytmentt -of is. per share, fe? balança <to be «allied up'as required, by calls not exceeding 2s. 6d. each. Any Shares noft applied tfor by the existing members shall be disposed of by the Direc- tors in suffih manner as tihey think most beneficial to «he Company. That the Re gtrlaittons contained In Table A of the Companies Aldt, 1863, relating 'bo 'call on Shares' and ' forfeiture of Shares,' «hall ap- ply to fhie Company, except tthat no single Call sbaU exceed 2s. Gd. per Share, unless with «he sanction of a meeting of share- holders.''

By order.

J. (HODSDON,

Dated Uiis 1st day of"ï%bruary, 1901

W. H. OSBORNE, Solicitor to 'the Cosn Hany, 393 Queen-street, Brisbane,

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ULIMBiA ELECTION. In accordance -with the -wish, of fois Com- mittee, MT. E. J. SYDBS "Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of Bulimba THIS (Monday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Coorparoo, in the Knowsley Hall.

Election Notices.

"W" D. S Y M Requests (his Friends and Supporters to

Accord him their eOLTD SUPPORT

For ,

CITY lAUDITORSHIP

TO-MORROW (TUESDAY).

ORISBANE . MUNICIPAL , COUNCIL TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE EAST

WARD.

LADIES and GENTLEMEN,

Less than twelve months ago I came be- fore you in response to a requisition, seek- ing your suffrages as a Canaldate to repre- sent you in the City Council. When the poll was taken you did me the honour of returning me by a substantial majority. During my short term of office I think tha: my aldermanie actions will compare favour- ably with those of my predecessors. Thl3 has been acknowledged by the Ratepayers, not only in the East Ward, but by those in the whole City.

Seeing that only recently I have had au opportunity of exerting myself in your in- terests, I had thought that the British spirit of fair play-not to speak of civic etiquette-would have enajjjied me to obtain a re-election without opposition.

However, this opposition I have to face, and am prepared to do it, and I beg leave to place before you, Bhortly, my views on matters municipal.

I am in favour of and shall advocate a system of Sewage that will replace the pre- sent sanitary system of the City. We all know that our present mode of disposing o£ the City soil is not what it ought to be. This matter has engaged my attention for years past, and was one of the main reasons for my accepting the position of Alderman.

The sanitary contract now in existence extends for five years. This gives the Council ample opportunity to make in- quiries regarding the best possible methods of up-to-date sanitation, and to elaborate a system that will be a credit to the City and obviate the danger to health that now exists.

I consider that no Important changes seriously affecting the interests of the Ratepayers in monetary affairs, so far as placing burdens on their shoulders, shall be entertained without first consuKlng them by means of the plebiscite or referendum.

We have heard a great deal lately about the Ferries across the river. The books of the Council show that those are being run at a loss now, and I believe that there is no immediate prospect of a satisfactory change In that direction. I am, therefore, In favour of reverting to the system previously

in vogue-namely, letting them by contract. '

Our experience of Wood-blocking has shown that a great saving has been effected in .cost of maintenance in those streets which have been laid therewith. For that reason I am in favour of further develop- ment, and wpuld extend the system to other streets in the City as circumstances will

allow. i

The need for a proper Retail Public Market has long been a crying one, and I advocate that this matter be taken in hand

without any further delay. >

I am in favour of the election of Mayor by the direct vote of the Ratepayers.

During the unfortunate absence, through illness, of Mr. Nicholls, I gladly took upon myself the municipal responsibility of us

both, and, I am led to believe,' with satis- .

faction to the Ratepayers.

It is, however, a pleasure to me that I shall (if you do me the honour to again return me) have the able co-operation of such an experienced gentleman as Alderman Corrie. Mr. Corrie I-have known for many years, and I feel sure will be hand in hand with me in furthering the Interests of "the East Ward, and the Municipality generally.

I am.

Ladies and Gentlemen, [

Yours faithfully, I

THOMAS REES, i

O THE RESIDENTS OF TOOWOOMBA

AND DISTRICT.

A BRANCH OFFICE of the Brisbane " Courier," " Evening Observer," and " Queenslander" has been OPENED at Beisne's Chambers, Margaret-street, where all information as to Subscriptions-and Advertising con be obtained. \

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Iltetf on Kottata.

piTT OF BRISBANE.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1Ö01

It Is hereby notified that NOMINATIONS for VACANCIES in the crTY COUNCIL and CITY AUDITOR3HIP, occurring by ef fiuxion of time under the provisions of the Local Government Act, were received in proper form on FRIDAY, the 26th day of Januar}, as follows -

ALDBRMBN

East Ward-JOSEPH WENDBLIN HECK-

ELMAN, Whinstanes, Gentleman

THOMAS REES, Adelaide-street, Bris-

bane, and Lydstep, Coorparoo, Gentle-

man

West Ward-ROBERT LEE-BRYCE, Inch-

garvie, Taringa, and Queen-street, Brisbane, Grand Secretary of Free-

masons.

North Ward.-JOHN ALLWORTH CLARK,

Stanley-street, South Brisbane, Wool- len Importer

WILLIAM GUY HIGGS, Kennlgo-street,

Brisbane, Journalist

Valley Ward-HARRRY DOGGETT, Arthur

street, Fortitude Valley, Contractor

THOMAS MAUGHAM, Brunswlck-strect,

Vallej, Chemist

Kangaroo Point Ward -WILLIAM

THORNE, River-terrace, Kangaroo Point, Gentleman

AUDITORS .

HENRY CHARLES BRIERLEY, Adelaide

street, Brisbane, and Merlvaie-street, South Brisbane, Incorporated Accountant FREDERIC MEPHAM HANNINGTON,

Chester-street, Teneriffe, and 199 Ed- ward-street, Brisbane, Accountant

ALEXANDER SMITH LANG, Lytton-road, !

East Brisbane, Accountant

HENRY JAMES OXLEY, Eagle Junction,

and 373 Queen-street, Accountant

WILLIAM DAVID SYM, Kent-street, Bris-

bane, Accountant

ALLAN CARSWELL WYLIE, 4th Avenue,

Coorparoo, Accountant.

As more Candidates were Nominated than are required to fill the Vacancies in the Council for the East, North, and Valley Wards, and the City Auditorshlp, a POLL bj Ballot will be taken on TUESDAY, the 5th Dav of February, between the hours of 9 o clock a m and 5 o'clock p m , at the following places -

East Ward Polling Booth, for Aldermen

and Auditors -Hill's Buildings, Eliza- beth-street, near Albert-street

West Ward Polling Booth, for Auditors

Only-Centennial Hall, Adelaide-street

North Ward Polling Booth, for Aldermen

and Auditors -Lelchhardt-street, oppo- site Fortesque-street, and at Centennial

Hall

Valley Ward Polling Booth, for Aldermen

and Auditors -Oddfellows' Hall, Bruns- wick-street and Centennial Hall

Kangaroo Point Polling Booth, for Auditors

Only -School of Arts, Mam-street, and

Centennial Hall

For the West and Kangaroo Point Wards only One Candidate each was "Nominated and I ha\e accordingly declared Messrs ROBERT LEE-BRYCE and WILLIAM THORNE respecti\ely, duly ELECTED Aldermen for the years 1901 and 1902

I have also declared LILLIE GORDON CORRIE dulv ELECTED an Alderman for the Ea"ît Ward for the year 1901, vice James Triphook Nicholls, resigned, there being no other nomination

JAS NICOL ROBINSON,

Mayor,

Returning Officer Town Hall. 26th January, 1901

THE RATEPAYERS OF THE FORTI-

TUDE VALLEY WARD

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-Several times during Che past years I hate been requested to öfter myself as a candidate for the noEitiuii of I (lennon to njrcbenc your ward in the Municipal Council, but for various reasons I bave hitherto refused to accede to ehe requests Some of these rearons lhave now ceased to» (have weight, and when a few days 3go I was once more requested by a number of ratepayers, in whose judgment I bad confidence to öfter mjself, I felt I oughtQaM again to refuse

To a large number of you I am well known, for I bate lived in the ward for over thirty years, and my interests are in- timately connected with the ward bj a sub- stantial sltaike I consider itCiese to be two important requisites tfor any man who seeks a position in which he will be called to legislate for tbe tity-a fairly long resi V,n-e in) a i!iH ^euv i n c e* i The former will give him knowledge of the needs of the city or ward the latter will lead hwi to avodd reckless expenditure, because Ms own money is involved To these *wo qualities I may urge as a furthei i " ii on VOLT galvin mat mj calling has for manyv years been one which has given me knowledge of a most nraotieal kind,

"\ic<\ as VTÜ1 bo of first imoortince in the manlagement of tbe city s afiairs I claim to be a practical man not merely a man of

theories

In common -with all who desire that our c-j-y should be as beallchy as its situation warrants and demands, I contend that as early as possible a complete system of drainage elhould be designed and executed T ' h ne «r would be exceedingly costly, and some time must pass before our Ideal can be| i eali jed Mea.nw'mie U is essential t'nat our sanitary arrangements should be rigidly" carried out I shall tbereio-e rt vou honour me wrth your confidence do all in my power to see thalt our sanitary ser- vice is fully carried out, and itlhat the o rnri'-Irf» -ervine "hil' be wbat it ought to be, if we are to prevent a return of tbe plague, wGïitlh last yeaV ci-used so much

«?ickne* s ind too manv dea'lhs and entailed so large an expenditure of money In ihi-> n i cr In loarías; vigilance is the price we must pay for freedom from such a

curse

I believe in economical administration While I am not foolish enough to promise you that if you return me I will at once hr ->>* bow* a reduelan oí expenditure, I can honestly say that my efforts Will be ?> w iv ? in hf) t dire tion Economy may become parsimony, and would in such case be mischievous and really costly But Ibere is in economy wbich is reasonable and profitable to all I am for economy of the litter sort

I consider that the first duty of our Munl r n 1 < mil ]?. io mi!p t&p city a place fit to live In and not to enter Into speculative un lertnkings Which are always attended with a considerable risk and which In many Instances (have led to large lo<3s For many a year to come the best efforts of our bedt men will be fully employed In making our streets and roads good, in securing that net «nit «he «tree^ but all fie HLJ pro- perties, sball be clean, and In devising and cir\inlr ant i svstem of dninage which. a city so favourably situated as Brisbane m'°-nT *-o have Good roads a cleair-and a well-drained city, and no plague are mat- ters safer and better for the expenditure, ci tlhe money ' wbtrih we nay as rats'? than sperrdling that money in the prosecution of schemes whldh may at any time be made abortive by tbe advance of science and the m-riey so spent be absolutely lost

Tbe proT/osal for the unification of the twe metropolitan boroughs and several of «he adjacent local authorities has my ap- proval, ^ltbough I do not reg'ard it as likely to be a£complis(hed for some time I think ouch an extended city of Brisbine would In several ways be advantageous particularly in -the wajk of control of several matters which are common to tbe several areas, and the more economical nnmgement of the city government I am not wedded to the prbitrary five-mile radius (Mir would

further any such extensions as careful con

. El " ~ "

Should you do me the honour of re*urn

1 Inp me as vour rc¡nre<5pnfntive 1 shall en 1 oeavour to perve vou FaHbiullv

I have the îtonour to be

? Ladies and Gentlemen

' Your obedient servint,

I , H DOGGETT

WYNNUM AND MANLY DISPENSARY,

W C CLOWES. MP.S, Manager, near Presbyterian Church -THOMASON, CHATER, Limited, Chemists, beg to state i that they have OPENED a BRANCH as I above, where Medicines are Dispensed and 1 their Preparations ena be Procured«

Election Notices.

lil LBOTORAL DISTRICT OF BULIMBA.

I, the undersigned, hereby notify that I have this day received from the- Honour- able the Speaker of the Legislativ«'Assem- bly a WRIT OF ELECTION, commanding me .to prooeed to the Election of a Member i of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for the Electoral District of Bulimba.

I further notify that THURSDAY, the Seventh day of February prox., having bein appointed the day, and Bulimba the place, or Nomination of Candidates, 1 will bein attendance at the School of Arts (Bal- moral), Bulimba, between the hours of 12 o'clock noon and 4 o'clock p.m. on WED- NESDAY, the Sixth of February, be- ing the day next preceding the day of nomination, for the purpose of receiving the Nomination Papers of Candidates, and that I will at 12 o'clock noon on the fol- lowing day, at the same place, publicly declare the names of the Candidates who may be nominated, and further, that in the event of the Election being contested, a POLL will be taken at the following pol- ling places on SATURDAY, tho 16th day of February prox.,, commencing at 8 o'clock in the Forenoon, and finally closing at 5 o'clock in tho Afternoon of the same day.

POLLING PLACES .

Brisbane, Bulimba (Balmoral), Capalaba, Bulwer. Cleveland, Coorparoo, Hemmant^ Lytton and Cleveland roads' Junction (at Tingalpa School), Mount Gravatt, Welling- ton Point, Wynnum, and Yeronga.

THO MYLNE,

Returning Officer for Bulimba. 31st January, 1901.

C

TY AUDITORSHLP.

RATEPAYERS, VOTE

For i

IAXIE30ANDBR SMITH LANG

P^lilow Institute Of Accountants)

AS YOUR AUDITOR.

BOOROODA<BTN ELECTION.-SUBDIVI-

SION No. 1-RATEPAYERS, VOTE for THOMAS TUDDENHAM. Polling Booths : Arcade, Edward-street ; and Ann street, near Miller's, Chemist.

LADIES should not Ruin their Com-

plexions through the use of powders and poisonous applications. THOMASON'S ROSE SKIN LOTION produces the desired effect, and Is peifectly harmless. Obtain- able at all THOMASON, CHATBR, Limited, Chemist Shops, Brisbane ; Is. and 2s. per

bottle.

Gporting.

?ORISBANE JOCKEY CLUB.

The (POSTPONED RACE MEETING ad- vertised to be run off on Wednesday Next, has been FURTHER -POSTPONED to SATURDAY, 9th February. The Pro- gramme issued for that day has been

withdrawn.

O. H. HOCKER,

Secretary.

Kent's Buildings. Brisbane. _

BUHARD-TABLK M.YKLRS.-HEIRON

& SMITH, Harper's Buildings. Eliza- beth-street, near George-street. Every Re- quisite of the Game. Bonzol'ne and Ivory Balls, Cloth. Cues. &c , supplied.

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ILBEY'S DRY GIN.-Sales Exceed all |

ntr-pr heards combined.

SCHOOL Books.-Complete Stock of all

Books required by the Department. Thon? sa Collins, 8 Courier Building.

Hotels.

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HILLIPS'S GRAND HOTEL.

Opposite B I. and A.U.S.N. Offices and i Wharves,

MARY AND MARKET STREETS.

1 Stands Unrivalled for Comfort. Lofty

and Well-veiitllated Eooms. Admitted the Most Central and Best-appointed House in

Brisbane.

1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.

' Terms Strictly Moderate. Registered

Commercial Travellers' Association.

Telephone, 523.

M. A. PHILLIPS,

(Late of Queen and Royal Hotels, » Maryborough,) '

Proprietor.

EVERSWEET Is a Universal Preserva-

tive and Deodoriser, now largely used by Dairymen, Bakeis, and Proprietors of Creameries. Guaranteed harmless and non-poisonous. As a milk and food pre- server it is unequalled. THOMASON, CHATER, Limited, Wholesale Chemists, 93 Queen-street. Brisbane.

Government Advertisements._

APPLICATIONS TO BRING LAND

UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACTS.

Take notice 'that applications have been made to bring the Lands described below under the provisions of the Real Property Acts o£ 1861 and 1877. Any person desiring to oppose will require to lodge, by himself or his attorney, a Caveat in Form B of the said Aots, on or before the day named.

Allotment 47, town of Ipswich. Appli- cant.-John Frederick Roderick Bradfield, of Ipswich. Date within which a Caveat may be Lodged.-9th March, 1901.

Allotment 5 of section 13, town of Dray- ton. Applicant -The Curaitor of Intestate Estates, as Administrator of the Estate of William Jeffery, deceased. Date within which a Caveat may be Lodged.-9ih March,

190L

J. 0. BOURNE,

Registrar of Titles. Registrar of Titles' Ointe,

Brisbane, 2nd February, 1901.

Registrar of Titles' Office,

Brisbane, 2dd February, 1901.

NOTICE ia hereby given that I intend,

" ->on or after the Nineteenth day of February, 1901, in coniormlty wii'h the pro- \isions of the 95th section of the Real Property Act of ISfal, to dispense with the production oi duplicate Bill of Mortgage No. 340209, from Enos Williams to James Macmillan, over subdivisions t>03, 604, 650, and 651« of portion 57, county of Stanley, parish of Tingaupa, being the land de- scribed in Certificate of Title No. 110825, Register Book volume 713, folio 65, for the pul pose of allowing a release io be en- doused on the original Mortgage, and re- glstered *n this Office ; the said duplicate having been burnt. , I J. O. BOURNE,

1 Registrar of Titles.

Registrar of Titles' Office,

^ Brisbane, 2nd February, 1901.

NOTICE Is heieby given that I intend, on

or after the Twenty-third day of Feb- ruary, 19D1, in conformity vuh the 117.h section of the Real Property Act of 1S61, to issue, in the name of John McCulloch, a provisional Certificate of Title for allot- ment 5 of section 58, 'town of Warwick, in

place of Certificare of _, Title> Np. 1870, volume 19, folip 138, which ha^ Jbeen-'lost, mlelaW, or destroyed.    

, J. 0. BOURNE,

Registrar oí Titles.

BROADWOOD & SOUS PIANO AGENCY.

??.. Si 'KAYE ?&? SONS;'

JLOfi <{neen*Bt>^et (Opposite Opera HOUBS

Beg to annoanco EARLY ' ARRIVAL of a. Shipment of abhrJ SUPBBB INSTRUMENTS

ALL OVERSTRUNG, IRON FRAME, and ffNDEBBAMPER ACTIONS.

Agents also for the Famous EBTEY, BUHOT ft SONS, WE I DIG, and other Makers of Pianos

KIMBAH ORGANS. CASH OR EASY TERMS. TUNING ANO REPAIRS.

Piano» Exchanged«_ Csa.ll and Inspect

Government Advertisements.

TRANSMISSION BY DEATH.

REAL PROPERTY ACTS OF 1861 AND

1877.

Notice Is hereby given that applications have been made -for .the Registration of Transmission of Title to the Lands herein- after mentioned. Particulars of such ap- plications are given below, and any person desiring to oppose must do so by lodging a Caveat, on or before the day specified, at the Principal Office of the Registrar of .Titles, in Brisbane, unices the lands are situated jvithln the Northern District, in which case the Caveat niuot be lodged at the local District Registry at Townsville.

Name'of Deceased Proprietor.-John Wil- liam Gericke, late of Gympie, farmer.

Date of Death.-27th April, 1893.

Names of Claimants.-Joseph Baker Gericke, of Gympie aforesaid, farmer, and James Williams, of Brisbane, clergyman.

Description and Situation of Land-Sub- division 103 of portion 104 and subdivisions 605 and 662 of portion 017, county of Stan- ley, parish of Enoggera, and resubdivision 31 of subdivision 14 of section 2 of portion. 12, county of Ward, parish of Nerang.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Fee simple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 1st September, 1S90, and a codicil thereto datad 20th February, 1S91.

Dato within which Caveat may be Lodged. -9th March, 1901.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-Alexander Fraser (otherwise Frazer), late of Gowrie Creek, near Toowoomba, farmer.

Date of Death.-20lh July, 1SP9.

Name of Claimant.-Jessie Fraser, for- merly of Gowrie Creek aforesaid, but now of Brisbane, widow of deceased.

Description and Situation of Land.-Por-

tions 28, 57, 58, and 377 to 3S2, county oí , Aubigny, parish of Toowoomba.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Life estate during widowhood.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise-Will

dated 4th April, 1S02. I

Da'te within .which Caveat may be Lodged. -9th March, 1901.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-William Gaisford, late of Warwick, builder.

pate oí Death.-19L1I July, 1900.

Name of Claimant.-Eliza Gaisford, of the same place., widow of deceased.

Description and Si.uation of Land.-Allot- ment 13 of section 49, town of Warwick.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Fee simple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 1st November, 1853.

Date Within which Caveat may be Lodged. -9th March, 1901.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-John Rowland, late of Bundaberg, newspaper proprietor.

Date of Death.-13th September, 1900.

Name of Claimant.-Louisa Roebuck, of the same place, wife of Frederick Charles Roebuck, sugar-boiler.

Description and Situation of Land.-Al- lotment 3 of section 2, town of Springfield.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted -Fee- simple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 1st July, 1900.

Da'te within which Caveat may be Lodged. -9th March, 1901.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-John Rowland aforesaid.

Date of Death.-13th September, 1900.

Names of Claimants.-Florence Rowland, spinster ; William Alfred Rowland, com- positor ; and Frederick Charles Roebuck, supar-boiiler,-all of Bundaberg.

Description and Situation of Land.- VI lotments 1, 2, and 21 of suburban section 75 and subdivisions 15 to 17 of allotment 6 of section 42, county of Cook, parish of Bundaberg ; and allotments 3 and 4 o£ suburban section 75, allotment 2 of section 8, and allotment 3 of section 9, town of Bundaberg.

Estate Claiibed to be Transmitted.-Fee- simple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 1st July, 1900.

Date wjtbln which Caveat may-be Lodged. -9th March, 3001.

Name 'of Deceased Proprietor.-John Faloon, late of Enoggera, near 'Brisbane,

farmer.

Date of Death.-26th October. 1900.

Name of Claimant.-Samuel Carryer Vol- ler, oi Ludlow, Enoggera aforesaid, fruit expert (in the Will called Samuel Carey V?ller).

Description an,d Situation of Land -Sub- division 8 of allotment 250, subdhislon 8 of allotment 253, and subdivisions 15, 17, and IS of allotment 254, county of Stanley, parish of North Brisbane.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Fee s'imple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise-Will dated 1st February, 1900.

Date within walch Caveat may be Lodgedd. -9th March, 1901..

NORTHERN DISTRICT.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-Alfred Thomas Eyles, late cf Bowen, carpenter.

Date of Death.-1th November, 19C0.

Name of Claimant.-Sarah Eyles, of the same place, widow of deceased.

Description and Situation of Land.-Al- lotment 7 of section 21 and allotments 5 and 6 of section 82, town o£ Bowen.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Fee Wimple.

Particulars of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 28th April, 18S1.

Date within which Caveat may be Lodged. -16th Mareil, 1901.

Name of Deceased Proprietor.-Gustavus Caesar Horstmann (otherwise Horstman), late of New Farm, (Brisbane, -accountant.

Date of Death.-16th November, 1899.

Name of Claimant.-William Charles Horstmann, of Brisbane, accountant.

Description and Situation -of Land -Sub- divisions l8 and 19 of section 1 and sub- divisions 3, 4, and 7 of section 3 of portion* 94, county of Nares, parish of Cairns.

Estate Claimed to be Transmitted.-Fee simple.

Parlicula'rs of Will or Otherwise.-Will dated 20th April, iasS.

Date within which Caveat may be Lodged. -19th March, 1901.

J. O. BOURNE,

Registrar of Titles. Registrar of Titles' Ofil-e,

Brisbane, 2nd February, 1901.

For Sale.

D' O R PRIVATE SALE..

ONE PAIR CARRIAGE HORSES and ONE BUGGY HORSE, of late Sir James B. Dickson. Apply POWER L. DICKSON, 330 Queen-street.  

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