Lists (None yet)

Login to create lists

Tagged (None yet)

Add Tags

Comments (None yet)

Add New Comment

Classified Advertising

2 corrections, most recently by doug.butler - Show corrections

STEAM from

Port Darwin to Newcastle» Melbourne, and Adelaide.

THE Fast-sailing and Regular Trader

Screw Steamet

GOTHENBURG,

will sail for the above ports on or about the 5th or 6th June, 1871.

Due notice will be given as to the booking of passengers and the Rate of Fares.

Ë. DURAND, & CO.,

Palmerston, Southport) and Yam

Creek.

FOR SALE, the Entire MINING

PLANT of the A. P. D. P. C. Gold Mining Company, Howley Creek, consisting of General Mining Tools, Express Waggon, three Staunch Horses, Harness, Tools, with   Portable Forge, &c. The Plant will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.

For particulars, apply at the Palmerston Works, Howley Crossing.

ERNST TRAPMANN.

FOR SALE, CHEAP, the DWELLING

HOUSK and PREMISES at Peet's Well, known as Crawford's. Apply on the premises, to

G. ROBINSON,

Peel's Well.

Dissolution of Partnership.

THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing

between CHARLES JAMES CARLE- TON and ALFRED JOHN TODD, Cordial Manufacturers, of Southport and Darwin Crossing, trading under the name of Carleton & Co., has been DISSOLVED this day by mutual consent.

All Accounts due to or by the late firm will be settled by C. J. Carleton, who will carry on business under the style of " C. J.

Carleton & Co."

Dated this 4th day of May, 1874.

C. J. CARLETON. A. J. TODD. Witness-H. FINDLAY.

NOTICE is heieby given that the

PARTNERSHIP heretofore

existing between us the undersigned, as Grazie s and Eating-House Keepers at Tumbling Waters, has this day been DIS- SOLVED by mutual consent. All debts due to the said firm must be paid to the said John Dent, by win u .ill outstanding liabili- ties will be discharged.

Dated this 27th April, 1874.

HUGH SHARKEY. JOHN DENT. Witness-CHAS. ARNOLD.

THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing

between JAMES DUNSMERE MILLER.and CHARLES TIVERNLOU RICKARDS, under the style of " Miller aud Rickards," Storekeepers, of Southport and Yam Cieek, has been DISSOLVED this day

by mutual consent.

All ACCOUNTS due to or by the said firm will be SETTLED by James Dunsmere Miller, who will cairy on business under the style ol James D. Miller and Co.

(Signed) JAMES D. MILLER.

(Signed) CHARLES T. RICKARDS. Yam Creek, 17th April, 1874.

Witness to the signatures of James D' Miller and Charles T. Rickards. (Signed) WALTER FEAMPIOÎC

QUEENS BIRTHDAY.

VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL

CONCERT.

A CONCERT will be given on Monday

Evening, May 25, in

BARCLAY'S ROOM,

in nid of liquidating the cost of the Har- monium recently imported for the use of the Wcsleyan Church and Musical Class.

The Programme consists of Duct«, Songs, ' and Recitations by Lady and Gentlemen'

Amateurs.

Mr. W. S. HARVEY will play a Set of' Quadrilles and Set of Waltzes on Five

Instrument«».

Mr. IIALLACK, the celebrated Singer, who represented the Philharmonic Society of Adeliide at the Coppin Concerts in the Town Hall, Melbourne, is expected to sing

should he arrive in time from the Reefs.

O. B. SCOTT, Esq., in the Chair.

Price of admission-Front Seats, 3s. ; Back Scats, 2s.

Doors open at half-past 7 ; to commence precisely at 8 o'clock.

MOONLIGHT !

O. IIUGHKS, Hon. Sec.

THE Right Rev. BISHOP BUGNION

will PREACH (D.V.) in Mr. Barclay's Store on Sunday next, May 24, at 3 p.m.

Subject-" Justification by Faith,"

ACCORDING TO THE BIBLE

Notice.

WE the undersigned do caution the

public that Jeremiah Ryan has no connection with W. F. Nation and John Watson, as the public arc lead to believe.

(Signed) W. F. NATION.

JOHN WATSON.

B. DURAND & CO.

HAVE much pleasure in informing the

pnblic that they will

REOPEN their RETAIL STORE

'MITCHELL-STREET,

PALMERSTON,

ON TUESDAY, MAY 25.

PETERS & CO.,

General Merchants, Palmerston,' HAVE for SALE, quantity MIXING^

IMPLEMENTS, comprising Blasting Powder, Double Tape Fin«

Octagon Steel, Sledge and striking Ilnmmrrs. Smiths' Anvil?, large size Bellows, Shovels

Spade, Cornish Miners' Pick«, American do:" Diggers' Staple Vice*

Iron and Wood Pulley Blocks

Grindstone with patent fitting««. Crowbars

Crossrtit Saws, Hand do., Carpenters' Adze* Mortice Axes, Hunters* Hatchets

Sharps' American Axe. Tomahawks Trying and Smoothing Plane«

Manila Rope, Hickory Pick, Axe, Adze, and

Hammer Handles.

. , ALSO, . , .

Sash Cramps, Cart Traces. Barrow Wheels Spindles and Gudgeons, Coach Wrcnclu»

.cythes and Handles, sickle. Screw Augers Brace« and Bits, Bolts and Nifte (various) Iron Buckets and Tubs, Ca-npovens Iron Bedsteads, Welsh Oil Stone?,

Iron Squares, Farriers', Shoemakers' and

Saddlers' Tools

Tarpaulins (all size3), best Navy Canvas Single and Double Barrel Guns

'Planter's and Adam's Revolvers Cartridges Paints, Anti-Grease, Oils, &c, &c.

Always on hand, a well-assorted Stock of

GROCERY, DRAPERY, BOOTS AND

SHOES, CROCKERY, WINES AND SPIRITS, «fee, &c.

SHIPMENT NEW GOODS TO ARRIVE EX GOTHENBURG.

Note the Address -

PETERS & CO.,

GENERAL MERCHANTS,

PALMERSTON,

SAMUEL I. SOLOMO'N,

VALUATOR, MINING,

AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGEÏÏT,

THE SHACKLE AND YAM CREEK.

Business of ever)' description undertaken on any of the Reefs.

We the undersigned, Licensed Surveyors, hereby appoint Mr. Samuel I. Solomon, of the Shackle, Yam Creek, our agent. All orders through him will meet with prompt

attention.

A. PEACHEY. ; W. WHITFIELD MILLS}

-Jr

Morning Star Gold Mining

Company, Limited.

NOTICE is hereby given that the A|D

JOURNED First Half-Yearly GENE- RAL MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS]in the above Company will be held at Edwarójs's Dining Room, on Tuesday, June 2nd, j at

8 o'clock p.m , to receive Report of Direc- tors and Balance-Sheet, to Elect Auditoire, and for the transaction of any other Business that may be brought before the Meeting.

Dated this 19th day of May, 1874.

T. F. REYNOLDS,

Secretary!

A

Sports. Sports.

T BIEBER'S HOTEL, on MONDAY.

Queen's Birthday.

Throwing the Spear by Male Aborigines, Foot Races by Larraba, Balliere, Molyneux, Nyms, Lubras, and Nym Colólos.

- GODS AVE-!ï-HK-QUEEN-l NOTICE TO BOATOWNERS.

ALL GOODS -LANDED on Messrs.

E. Durand & Co.'s Allotments in

Southport will from this date be subjected to a WHARFAGE of 2a. 6d. per ton-said Wharfage to be paid immediately after Landing to Mr Mc.Cann, whose receipt for same -»vill be sufficient discharge.

E. DURAND & CO.

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down