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Shipping.

"LOSAN, ALBERT, CLEVELAND, AND

REDLAND BAY.

HE LEONIE, B., will receive

Cargo up till 5 p.m. THIS DAY (Monday).

A.1A. MAC DIARMID,

Agent.

CHEAPEST ROUTE TO GYMPIE,

VIA KOOSA.

mHE ARAKOON, 8., C. DECS, , X. Master, will leave our Eagle _ street Wharf for Noosa, THIS DAY* (Monday), 30 th instant, at 2 o'clock sharp.

FAKES: Saloon, IDs.; Return, £1 5s.; Deck, 7s. öd. No charge for meals.

A Coach awaits arrival of steamer.

Through Fare to Gympie-Saloon, £1 10a. ;

Deck, £1 5s.

Goods and Parcels taken at Reduced Rates of Freight.

D. L. BROWN & CO.,

975_Agents. "" GYMPIE, VIA NOOSA,

UNDER MAIL CONTRACT.

1HE CULGOA, s., A. GOODALL,

Master, will leave Campbell's Wharf for Noosa, on TUESDAY

EVENING.

Passengers at Reduced Rates.

*a" Cobb & Co.'s Royal Mail Line of Coaches run in conjunction with Culgoa, s., and leave immediately ou her arrival.

NOTE.-Through Passages by Cobb's coach can ONLY be booked at our Office.

M'GHIE, LUYA, & CO.,

3362 Agenta.

TO TWEED RIVER.

-V. mHE KALARA, s., A. H. GRÜER, ^tëPt^ -I Master, will leave our Short. .9MJÉPET street Wharf on or about WED- NESDAY, 1st Feoruary.

Cargo received on and after Mouday. Freight to be paid here.

1030 D. L. BROWN & CO.

A1

USTRALASIAN STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY

intend despatching their Steamers as follows, namely :

TO SYDNEY

EGMONT, Wednesday, 1st February, 6 am. ALEXANDRA, Friday, 3rd February.

TO MELBOURNE, FROM SYDNEY

WESTWOIITH, Saturday, 4th; and LT-EE-MOON,

Tuesdav, 7tb February,

TO MARYBOROUGH, BUNDABERG, GLAD

STONE, and ROCKHAMPTON

QUEENSLAISD, This Day (Monday), 30th in-

stant, 1 p.m. sharp.

TO MARYBOROUGH AND ROCKHAMP

TON

FIONA, To-morrow (Tuesday), 31st instant, 12

noon,

TO MACKAY

KATOOMBA, Saturday, 4th proximo, S a,tn.,

taking Caigo to be transhipped in Dugong at Flat-top.

T3 MACKAY, BOWEN, TOWNSVILLE, DUN

GENESS and CARDWELL (aee foot-note*), CAIRNS, PORT DOUGLAS, and COOK. TOWN, callinp at Koppel Bay and Flat-top Island to land Mails and Passengers

KATOOMBA, Saturday, 4th proximo, S a.m.

?* Cargo and Passengers for Dungeness and Cardwell will be transhipped at Townsville. TO LEVUKA, Fiji, from Syduey

Steamer ou arrivai of Suez Mail, due on or

about 10th proximo.

TO NOUMEA, Kew Caledonia, from Sydney

Steamer about Friday, 10th proximo.

Steerage Passengera are Victualled and sup- plied with Bedding.

Ncwice.-Cargo cannot be received for ship- ment later than one hour boforo departure of Stsamers. W. WILLIAMS,

Local Manager.

NOTICE IO PASSENGERS AND SHIPPERS,

PER QUEENSLAND, s, TO MARY. BOROUGH, BUNDABERG, GLADSTONE,

AND ROCKHAMPTON.

-W rpHE QUEENSLAND, s., will IJ^N. X leave the Compnuv's Wharf

&? THIS DAY (Mouday), 30th instant, at 1 p.m. ehup. No Cargo will therefore bo re ctived fcr shipment by her after noon to-day.

W. WILLIAMS,

1222 Local Manager.

STEAM Vu SYDNEY, NEWCASTLE, MEL

BOURKE, GEELONG, 'MARYBOROUGH,

AND ¡¡OOKHAMl'TON.

FARES GREATLY REDUCED BETWEEN

SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

-W npHE UNDERSIGNED will dca TöIfSS^'- J. patch their Steamers (when TOSCSSBS« uiaaticahle) as follows, from MUNI- CIPAL WHARVES, foot Queen-itreefc :

FOR SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE Keilawarra You Ysngs

J. H. South E. Boult

Friday, Feb. 3, at

S ¡i.m.

Tuesday, Feb 7. FOR MARYBOROUGH You Yangs I E. Boult

Derwent H. B. Bristowe

Tuesday, Jan. 31,

at 4 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 3,

at 6 p.m. FOR ROCKHAMPTON You Yang

Derwent

E. Boult

H. B. Bristowe

Tuesday, Jan. 31,

at 4 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 3, at

0 p.m.

FOR MELBOURNE, FROM SYDNEY

Every Tuesday and Friday.

FOR SYDNEY, FROM MELBOURNE Every Konday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Return Tickets issued to all Ports, available

for three mouths.

Cargo received every day, and up to one hour before failing of steamers.

WM. HOWARD SMITH & SONS,

S436 Foot Queen-street.

QUEENSLAND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. Under Postal Contract with the Government of

Queensland.

STEAM TO LONDON, VIA TORRES

STRAITS AND SUEZ CANAL.

^¿Lj, r| ^HE Steamers of this Line will TTQJJ^ _L be despatched for London, ?5SS3«i calling at the Northern Queensland

Porte, Batavia, and Aden, from Moreton Bay, as

follows :

nn*.T,". Tons- H. P. (nominal), 1S82.

COMPTA 2000 ... 200 ... 31st Jan.

ROMA ... 2700 ... 500 ... 2fith Feb. ALMORA 2613 ... 300 ... 28th Mar.

CHYEBASSA 2644 ... 348 .. 25th April. DURHAM 22S4 ... 300 ... 23rd May.

These Steamers are all of the highest clasB, and have splendid passenger accommodation, whilst the table and attendance are of the very best

description.

Saloon Fare to London, 60 Guineas ; Second Cabin, 40 Guineas. No Canal dues.

Freight for cargo is fixed on very moderate rateB, being almost the Bame as by sailing ships.

GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO., )

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO., £ Agents. __ PARBURY, LAMB, & CO., )

R.M.S. COMPTA,

Fon LONDON.

NOTICE TO PASSENGER?.

THE Steamer BOKO will leave

the wharf of the undersigned A-,^ A,;ÎT,Jvîi0 O'clock TO-MORROW (Tues day) MORNING, 31st January, f ..r the purpose MoretU0VCBDS PaEEÊneers and the5r LuESage to w,fjn?i?e£u,fcPaliSenBera wi!l fce admitted on

¿ÏÏ.A n^Bokî< PassaSe Ti*ete must be pro

auced at the wharf.

GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO..

iml Agents,

Shipping.

QUICKEST ROUTH TO ENGLAND

BY SEVEN DAYS.

GRIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.

npHK following ROYAL MAIL

fKjï^fc. ± STEAMSHIPS belonging to

????»' the Orient and Pacific Steam Navi- gation Companies will leave for LONDON, Via the SUEZ CANAL, calling at NAPLES, as

under :

Steamer.

Tom Reg.

Sydney.

Melbourne

Adelaide. Friday.

Weiln'ilnv.

Saturday.

1SS2.

1S32.

1882.

GARONNE ..

SS71

Fab.

Feb.

Feb.

LIGURIA

4Ü00

Fob. 17

Feb. 22

Feb. 25

roTosi

4519

Mmcli 3

March 8

March 11

CHI M BORA ZO

3S47

Mnrcli 17

March 22

jrarch 25

JOI1X ELDER

4152

.Mar. h 31

Ap.il 5

April S

SOR ATA

4014

April H

April 10

April 22 AUSTRAL ..

6260

April 2S

Jlay 3

JIayG

CUZCO..

3S4Í)

May 12

May 17

May 20

COTOPAXI ..

4028

May 2(3

May 31

June 3

ORIENT

53SÖ

Juno 0

June H

June 17

LUSITANIA ..

3S32

June 23

June 2S

July 1

And fortnightly thereafter.

European crews only.

First mid Second Saloon passengers I supplied with refrigerated delicacies.

FAHES TO LONDON-1st Saloon, 50' to 70 Guineas ; 2nd Saloon, 35 to '40 Guineas ; 3rd Class, 15 to 20 Guiuens; Canal Dues, Ss.

To NAPLES-1st Saloon, 45 to 65 Guineas ; 2nd Saloon, 33 to 37 Guineas.

RETURN TICKETS ON LIBERAL TERMS,

AVAILABLE FOR TWELVE MONTHS.

Passages from London can be granted here.

For full particulars, apply, in London, to F. Green & Co., and Anderson, Anderson, & Co., Joint Managers ; in Sydney to G. S. Yuill, Manager in Australia ; and in Brisbane to the

Agents,

6794 B. D. MOREHEAD 4 CO.

FOR LONDON.

TO FOLLOW THE GAUNTLET. Ajfc^ rriHE Clipper Barque

é9*^ X CITY OF ABERDEEN,

jUJKr' £69 Tons, Al at Lloyd's,

T. ROUTLEDGE, Master,

Having her deadweight to hand, is now RE- CEIVING Wool, Cotton, Skins, &c, at Parbury, Lamb, & Co.'s Wharf, South Brisbane, and will have quick despatch.

For particulars apply to

GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO., 1

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO., } Agents. SS9 PARBURY, LAMB, &. CO., )

TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

^OA -QETUHN EXCt TO^.11 TICKETS to a

3UW5fr HOBART and SYDNE1

EXCURSION

and from SYDNEY will be

issued on and aftei 1st DECEMBER Next, avail

able until 31st M J RCH.

Saloon, £S.

Steerage, ¡C5.

The powerful S.S. SOUTHERN CROSS will hn placed on the Uro fcr Summer Season.

T. & \Y. "WILLIS, Agents,

5975 |15 Pitt-street, Sydney.

Excursions. SOUTHPORT !

SOUTHPORT i !

THE fast and favourite Steamer IPSWICH

will leave Campbell's Wharf on WEDNES. DAY MORNING, 1st February, at 8 o'clock, returning on Thursday.

J. CAMPBELL, | . .

1212 R. & W. HAMILTON, j AEents

IHcetiiiKS.

NUNDAH ELECTION.

MR. A. RODE will meet the Ratepayers of

Subdivision No. 3, at the Hamilton Pavilion, THIS (Monday) EVENING, 30th in- stant, at S p.m. A. RUTLEDGE, Esq., M.L.A., in the chair. 1021

NUNDAH DIVISIONAL BOARD.

WIDDOP will meet tho Ratepayers of

No. 3 Division as follows :

TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 31st January, Boggy

Creek School.

THURSDAY, 2nd February, Nudgeo School. FRIDAY, 3rd February, Eagle Farm School.

Chair to l>o taken nt S p.m. 1218

CONTINUED DROUGHT.

SPECIAL MEETING for United Prayer will

be held iu Town Hall THIS (Monday) EVENING, 30th January, at S o'clock.

Christians of all denominations are earnestly invited to bo present. 1217

QUEENSLAND CIVIL SERVICE CO

OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED.

THE usual Half-yearly GENERAL MEET

ING of Shareholders will be held in the Company's Stores, Edward -Btreet, THIS DAY (Monday), 30th January, 1S82, at 5.15 p.m., to receive the Report and Balance-sheet for the Half-year ending 31st December, 1831, and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting.

T. W. CONNAH,

1207_Chairman.

BRISBANE GAS COMPANY.

THE GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of

Shareholders will be held at the Company's Offices, Petrie'« Bight, on FRIDAY, the 3rd February next, at S o'clock in the afternoon, to elect two Directors, appoint two Auditors, re- ceive Report and Balance Sheet, and to transact euch other business as may in terms of the Deed of Settlement be brought before the Meeting.

The vacancies at the Board are caused by the retirement of Mr. Douglas, and the death of Mr. Bird. Mr. Douglas aod Mr. Garrick are eligible

for and offer themselves for election.

J. G. V1DGEN,

Secretary. Company's Office,

27th January, 1882. 1141

ON and after the 4th of February, 1882, our

Establishment will CLOSE on SATUR- DAYS at 6 o'clock.

1234 GEORGE MYERS & CO.

ICE.

CITY ICE COMPANY OF SYDNEY AND

BRISBANE.

THE Undersigned have now landing in Bris-

bane one of KROPFF'S CELEBRATED

ICE MACHINES, which will be ready for work in a fortnight from date. This Machine pro- duces THREE TONS of Ice every twenty-four hours, and the Company aro also arranging for another Machine to be at work the beginning of next season, with a view to guarantee a con- tinuous supply of Ice of better quality and at cheaper rate than hitherto.

KropfFs well-known machines have taken everywhere First Prizes, amongst others the Gold Medals at the Exhibitions held at Mel- bourne, Paris, and Vienna.

The City Ice Company are at present supply- ing Brisbane with Ice from Sydnoy, and under contract supply" the Orient steamers, Eastern and Australian Company (China line), A.S.N. Company, the Men-of-War, and the principal Clubs, Hotels, Breweries, Butchers, Con- fectioners, Milk Companies, and have Agents in all principal towns of New South WaleB.

The Company having destroyed the monopoly at Sydney, and brought down the price of this necessary luxury within the reach of al!, will do the same in Brisbane, and supply Ice at such low rates as will defy competition. Fer further

particulars apply to

RANNIGER & HORSLEY,

2228 Queea-street, Bróbaae,

Entertainments. THEATRE ROYAL.

General Manager ... Mit. DUNCAN MACALLUM. Director .MR. J. A. SOUTH.

Stage Manager ... Mu. CHAULES 'I YRKKLL. Leader of Orchestra... MB. F. KUGARDE.

A NOTHER GRAND SUCCESS!!! ANOTHEI .NTHUSIAST1C AUDIENCE!! ANOTHER MAGNIFICENT PICTURE ! ! !

WONDERFUL FINAL TABLEAU ! ! !

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

BY

SOUTH'S OPERA, COMPANY.

ROARS OF LAUGHTER ! ! !

AND

BURSTS OF APPLAUSE!!!

OREhT THE

ORIGINAL MAJOR-GENERAL ! ! !

TUB

POLICEMEN'S CHORUS ! ! !

THE

" MABEL " OF MRS. SOUTH ! ! I

AND THE

WHOLE SPLENDID PERFORMANCE ! ! !

Prices as usuat Box Office at R. T, Jefferies'. Commence at S o'clock. Carriages and Omni-

buses at 10 30.

H. J. WHITTINGTON,

1225 Treosurerand Minager for Mr. J. A. SOUTH.

PHYSIOGNOMY.

PROFESSOR GILBERT will continue his

LECTURES on "Physiognomy," at the Ann-street Lecture Hall, as follows :-On WED. NESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd February, and ou WEDNESDAY, the 8th ; and in the meantime may be consulted privately at the Hall daily. 1198

ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.

THE GREAT SCIENTIFIC EXPERI-

MENT OF

TAPPING THE CLOUDS !

on,

RAIN-MAKING ! Will be attempted ou tho

BRISBANE RACECOURSE,

ON SATURDAY NEXT, 4TH FEBRUARY,

BT PROFESSOR J. H. 1'EPPER.

To prevent overcrowding iu tho vicinity of the Professor's Apparatus, a small nominal charge of SIXPENCE adniiution to the Course will be made.

Parties desirous of Renting Refreshment Booths and Sites for Refreshment Stalle, &c, must submit Tenders immediately, addressed to the Manager, caie of Jefferieb' Music Warehouse.

SPLUMI. OMNIBUSES AND STLW.MFHS. 1211

TAPPING THE CLOUDS.

TENDERS will bo received TO-DAY (Mon-

day) for renting the usual REFRESH- MENT BOOTHS and SITES for STALLS, &c., at tho Racecourse on Saturday next. Addie», MANAGER for PROFESSOR PEPPER, care Jeffries' Music Warehouse, till 4 p.m.

Biisbane, 2Sth January, 1882. _1215

Volunteer Notice. CADET BATTALION.

Biisbauo, 30th January, 1SS2.

BOYS over 1 4 years of age wishing to JOIN

Nos. 1 and 2 Companies Cadet0, should present themselves at tho Drill Shed on TO- MORROW (Tuesday), at 8 o'clock p.m.

(Signed) REGINALD H. ROE,

1215 Captain Commanding Cadet Battalion.

IHunicin.'il Elections. WEST WARD ELECTION.

To J. L. BALE, ESQ.

Brisbane, 27th January, 1S82.

SIR,-Wo, the undersigned Rntepayeis of the

West Ward, in the Municipality of Bris- bane, bog that you will again allow yourself to be Nominated as Alderman for the abovomon tioned Ward, and wo pledge ourselves to do all in our power to secure your return

Alexander Stewart Samuel Davis

Jno. A. Keuion M. H. Corrnack W. A, Wilson Terence Rorke G. E. Brooks

Alexander Cleghorn James Baufield F. Aberdeen Win. Dear

James S. Marlin William Mooney Annie Lennon

And others.

R. S. Warry

James C. Moffatt R. T. Jeffeiies W. J. Page

H. Wakefield

William Walsh J. B. Ellis

John Dennis M. Nimmo

Patrick White A. Pflefkopf

James Lyons

Henry Arthur Tracey

To the Ratepayers of the West Ward signing

the above requisition.

In response to your request I do myself the honour of again placing myself at your Bervico ; and if elected will in the future, as in the past, faithfully Berve you to the beBt of my ability.

I have the honour to remain,

Your obedient Servant,

1201 JOHN L. BALE.

SOUTH BRISBANE.

ALDERMANIC ELECTION.

TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE SOUTH

BRISBANE WARD.

GENTLEMEN,-My term of office as Alder-

man for the South Ward having nearly expired, I again place my services at your dis- posal at the forthcoming Election, feeling assured in my own mind that the various improvements which have been effected in this portion of the Municipality through me, with the assistance of my colleague, Alderman Payne, will speak favourably to my continuous efforts to obtain a fair and judicious expenditure of the funds at the disposal of the Council.

It haB uften been urged against me that I give a silent vote, but I can conscientiously Btate that no vote of mine has been given without a knowledge of that which I asked for would be carried ; and on all general questions minutes of proceedings will show tint 1 have ever been in favour of those calculated to prove of permanent benefit to the city. If it be your pleasure to re elect me I can but give my sincere promise to use all my influence towards the advancement of South Brisbane, the more especially as subjects of vital importance to this ward are likely to occupy the attention of the council during the forthcoming year-namely, railway extension, tramways, and, not the least, a ByBtem of drainage.

If elected I shall be always accessible to my constituents, and to the best of my ability en- deavour to carry out their suggestions, provided they represent a reasonable and practicable re- quirement.-Yours respectfully,

1054 JOHN GRAHAM.

BOROUGH OF SANDGATE.

I HERE BY give notice that a POLL will be

taken at the Council Chambers, Sandgate, on TUESDAY, the 7th day of February now ensuing, commencing at 9 o'clock in the forenoon and ending at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of the Bame day, for the purpose of Electing Two Aldermen to Eerve in the Mi nicijal Council.

There are four Candidates-Gamely,

WILLIAM DEAGON, ESQ. LEWIS DROUYN, Esq JOHN POTTS, Esq.

E. B. SOUTHERDEN, Esq

RICHARD BOARD,

Retuining-officer. Sandgate, 28tb January, 1882. 1249

Itlnuicirml Elections.

To JOHN M BRYDON, Esq.

WE, the nuders.gned Ritepayers of tho

South Ward, request that you will allow yourself to be Nominated to a seat in the Municipal Council of Brisbane, to serve as an Alderman for the above Ward, and we hereby promise to give you our support.

To the Forty-nino Gentlemen signing the above

Requisition.

I BEG to tender you my thanks for the confi-

dence you place in mo, and to state in reply that I havo much pleasure in complying with your request. If honoured by being returned it will be my constant ami to attend to your in- terests as well as those of the city generally.

I am, Gentlemeu,

Faithfully yours,

JOHN M. BRYDON.

South Brisbane, 26th January. 10S5

Lost, Rewards, &c.

LOST, au OPOSSUM ; reward for same.

Take it to READ, 5J Margaret-street. 1243

Drapery, Clothin?, &e

REDUCED PRICES.

WE have, This Day, marked the

remaining portion of our Sum- mer Goods at Reduced Prices.

Prints, Dress Stuffs, MuslinB, Hats, Costumes, Clothing, now marked at

Reduced Prices.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.

1Í57

xywiD

REID &, CO.

THE NEW DRAPERY FIRM

Opposite,the

GEXEIUL POST OFHOE,

QUEEN-STREET,

TTVAVID

REID & CO.

Are Selling their

SURPLUS SUMMER STOCK

1 at great

REDUCTIONS FOR CASH.

D

AVID REID & CO.

Invite your Inspection of tho

Bargaius before going to the " Selling Off Shops " or else

wheie.

TTVAVID

REID

Have au Euoimous Quantity of

Ladies' and Girls' STRAW HATS, at 6d., Od., Is., Is. Od., Is. lid., and 2ä. 6J. each,

jryviD

REID

& CO.

Are selling

DRESS MATERIALS

for Suminer wear, in Lustie and Beige, at 3Jd. por yard.

TT|tVID

REID & CO.

Aro Now Selling all the REM-

NANTS at greatly Reduced

Prices.

-QAVID

REID & CO.

Have TWILLED SHEETING,

in both White and Gray, at lOJd. and Is. p^r yard.

"TV AVID

REID & CO.

Are Showing Bplendid value in

White and Half-Bleached

TURKISH and HONEYCOMB

TOWELS.

D

iVVID REID & CO.

Boys' Striped Drill Trousers,

2s. 6d.

Boys' Drill Suits, 8s. lid.

Mcn'a Linen Coate, 3s. lid.

TTVAVID

REID & CO.

Men's Strong Shirts, 1B. lid. Men's under Flannels, 3a. 6d. Men's Strong Mole Trousers,

4s. lid.

TTVAVID

REID & CO.

Boys' and Men's

STRAW HATS

in Great Variety,

AT VLIIY Low Pin ES.

D

AVID REID & CO.

Have large quantities of Cheap

CREAM and WHITE NETS for Trimmings.

D

AVID REID & CO.

Acknowledged to be the cheapest

house in the city for Berlin and all other WOOLS.

TTVAVID

REID & CO.

THE NEW DRAPERY FIRM,

opposite the

GENERAL POST Orne»,

QUEEN-STREET.

REDUCED PRICES.

WE have, This Day, marked the

remaining portion of our Sum- mer Goods at Reduced Prices.

Prints, Dress Stuffs, Muslins, Hats, Costumes, Clothing, now marked at

Reduced Prices.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO,

11 C8

Drapery, Clothing, &c.

EX ROYAL MAIL STEAMER

COMPTA.

NOW MARKED OFF AND READY

TOR

INSPECTION.

NEW RIBBONS, in Tluah, Moir<5, and

Combination Stripe and Brocade

Beautiful FRILLINGS, in Edgo Lace, Treble Lisse, and Spanish Lace

SLEEVE FRILLINGS, in White and

Cream

The Now BEADED FLORAL GAR- LAND TRIMMINGS

2 Cases F. I. & Co.'s Guaranteed KID GLOVES, in 2, 4, and G Buttons

Ladies' SILK SCARVES, Embroidered The BECTINE COLLARETTE PLUSH FICHUS

ELIZABETHAN SETS and COLLARS MADRAS and LACE CURTAINS WATEKl'ROOF SHEETINGS

TABLE DAMASKS and CLOTHS, in Very Rich New Patterns

MEN'S HATS

FANCY GOODS and SUNDRIES.

FINNEY', ISLES, & CO,

1038

STUPENDOUS SALE

op

D R A P E ~R Y ,

CLOTHING, ETC.,

AT

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN'S,

COMM ENCINO

THIS DAY (SATURDAY),

28TH JANUARY.

The Premises have been

CLOSED, and the Entire Stock overhauled,

RE?MARKED

ASD

REDUCED

TO SUCH

EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES that must of necessity effect

A THOROUGH CLEARANCE.

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN

can with confidence state that the well known character of thoir Silos will on this occasion be fully maintained.

UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS

WILL ne

OFFERED

IN

EVERY DEPARTMENT,

So that a Visit will doubtless further establish

tho

REPUTATION

OF

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN'S

OREAT

CLEARING SALES.

A3" N,B, -As on former occasions,

F ARES

WILL

BE PAID

To and from

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN'S

GRE-VT SALE

By all the City and Suburban Lines of

Omnibuses.

DOORS OPEN

AT

TEN O'CLOCK SHARP,

1176

AT

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN'S

GREA T

CLEARING SALE,

C)r\f\f\ YARDS VERMIFUGES, at ¿J\J \J \J 3?D. PKn YAUD,

'Bus FAIIES PAID TO AND FROM OTE SALB.

SALE COMMENCES

AT

TEN O'CLOCK SHARP.

1174

REDUCED PRICES.

WE have. This Day, marked the

remaining portion of our Sum- mer Goods at Reduced PriceB.

Prints, Dress Stuffs, Muu'ins, Ha*s, Costumée, Clothing, now inaiked at

Reduced Prices.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.

1155

Drapery, Clothing, &c.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

AS we import DIRECT from the manu-

facturers all classes of Drapery, Clothing, Haberdashery, Hosiory, Silks, Ribbons, Lacos, Gloves, Carpets, Furnish- ing Goods, &c, &c, and ALWAYS Mark thora a uniform rate at the very Lowost CASH PRICES, wo cannot announco periodical Cloaring Sales of our Stock at

absurd or unreasonable Reductions.

By giving the Public of Quceonslaud a First-class Assortment (to select from) of the Newest and Best Makes of Goods pro- curable, nt ns Low PticeB as they can bo pm chased in Syduey or Melbourno, our Stock does not require powerful and fre-

quent

"VERMIFUGES",

administered.

The steady growth of mr trad o for the last seveuteon (17) yoirs c uviucos ns thora is no necessity for tho Mook Sales, Mislead- ing Advertisements, and Adventitious aids tint are so demoralising and humiliating to business in tho eyes of nil reasoning and thinking people.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.,

BRISBANE,

AND

BASINGHALL-STREET,

LONDON, E.C.

1159

HAVE YOU BEEN

TO

D ES S & O A L L'S

LATELY

IF NOT, aO AT ONCE, AS THEY

HAVE HAD NOTICE

TO

QUIT THE PREMISES

LATELY OCCUPIED BY JIESSHI.

J. CLARK & 0 0.,

AT AN EARLY DATE.

npIIR PREMISES CLOSED ou

THURSDAY, 12TU INSTANT,

FOR TUB PURPOSE OF

RE-MARKING: THE REMAINDER

or TUB

BANKRUPT STOCK

OF

J. CLARK & CO.,

Which will positively be DISPOSED of at

HALF-PRICE,

In oider to avoid the necessity of REMOVING ANY PORTION

OF THE

STOCK

To their other Business Premises.

RE. OPE NED

OH

FRIDAY MORNING,

When Intending Purchasers will do well to

CALL EARLY,

As the PRICES at which the GOODS

Will be Marked CANNOT FAIL

TO

SATLSFY THE BRISBANE PUBLIC. . PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS

DESS & GALL,

(Late Messrs. J. Clark & Co.,)

Nos. 145 AND 117, QUEEN-STREEP,

BRISBANE.

407

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Wanted.

ANTED six LABOURERS at once. Apply

Aralley Saw-milla. 1232

ANTED firat-chsB CARPET-PLANNER.

FlXNLY, ISLL3, fc Co. _ 1000

ANTED a BAKER. Apply to T. KEAT-

ING, Warry-atreet, Valley. 1236

WANTED a PUNT, to bring Sand from

Breakfast Creek Reach. Apply to GEORGE BASIUQIID, Exhibition Grounds._ 1084

WANTED VOLUNTEEU LAND.

ORDERS. RD. GRAHAM & SON,Queen, street. 7802

ANTED a thoiough good HOUSEMAID.

Apply Kedion Park Hotel, Lut.

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wyebo.

WANTED MACHINISTS and GIRLS for

Maehinc-ioom. HUNTER'S Boot Fac-

tory. _._1233

WANTED experienced General SERVANT.

Mia. TIIYSNK, Highgate Hill, South Bribane. 1233

ANTED a good plain Female COOK.

Apply Quoonslaud Hotel, Edward, street. 1239

ANTED KITCHEN GIRL ; alsoHOUSE MAID. Apply Ipswich Boaulnig-hoiise, George-street. 1246

WANTED Applicants to Know that tho

Vacancy for it Bookkeeper, advertised in the initials of 55 K., is now Filled. 124S

ANTED a auiait COOK, also a MAN for

tho kitchen, at once. Apply Victoria Restaurant, 07 Alboil-streot. 1217

WANTED au o\pouencod ASSISTANT for

tho Haberdashery Department. Apply Jcnv Foimm & Co. 11ÜÜ

ANTED a HOUSE and PARLOUR.

MAID ; ícfei cucos lequired. Apply to*

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Mrs. F. II HAUT, Aüoe-sticot.

1135

WANTED a COOK. Apply to Mrs,'

BAHKUH, Wumngtou, Kangaroo Point. Rcftrencea roquuod. G49

ANTE D to Sell, a COW ; good milker,

thoioughly quiet, calf thieo days old. M. O'GOUM vv, IC.iugiioo Point. 1224

ANTED a good COOK and LA.UN

DRESS. Apply to Mis. G. C. RoilST. MANN, Di oilfield, Wickh nn-torraco. 1237

WANTED a Bteady competent ENGINEER

for H. Norsoman. Apply at onco on loud, at QibbH, Bright, & Co.'a Whait. 1212 ? WANTEDUvelvegoixiTlCKaml SHOVEL

MEN, This Morning, e.uly. Apply J. O'MAHONKY, Cavanoughs Hotel, Petrie, ter-

race. 1210

W' ANTED ,i COOK and LAUNDRESS, ana

a HOUSEMAID. Apply at oucu to Mrs. W. F. TAI LOK, No. 2 Han» ten «co, (leorge-sticot. 1235

WANTED by Mnrned Couple, who hnvo no

family, little GIRL, about 10 year« of age. l'articulais on application to R. M. li., "Com¡cr" Office. 1209

WANTED a aenual SERVANT for a

ainall f imily on tho Logan JU\oi. Ap- ply to Mis. HICKSON, Longieach Hule!, North Quay._2"0li_ WANTED to Lut, a soveu-roouied~CÓT.

TAGE in Wurion-stroot, partly Fur imbed, or Unfurnished. Apply Mra. M'LLNN.W, Warreu-stieot. 1173

WANTED 300 MUN for tho Bundaboig

and Mount Peiry Railway-Miuora, Laboiirois, and Bushmen , nonu but good bauds neud apply ; highest wages given. O'RouUKL 3c M'.ïii utily. 49

WANTED n «Utily mtddle-nged Siug'o

MAN, to dri\u occasionally a pair cf horses and attend a gil den ; must hive good leferoncoH. Apply, by letter only, to COACHMAN, cine of Mi. Arllnu Mai lui, Auolioueer. 825

ANTED to Sefl7 from ouo to~3Ó0Ó

Volumes Second-hand BOOKS ; albo to 1'urchaao, foi task, Imimgianta' Luggage, left-oíí Wearing Appiirel, Booka, Toola, ile. J. GOLLIH1.R, 01 and 60 Kdwurd-stiiot. 3950

WANTED Known, that the S tammi J, Elias

Howe, SilU'ci'a, Home Conipauiou, Home Shuttlu SEWING MACHINES can be had lit I¿Arr & MlltmiLL'a, next the General Post Office, Quoeu-alroet. 2859

TITO TU'iORS-WANTED au EVENING

X TUTOR for three boy? , an (>\ Urimniar School pupil pi ufen ul. Li \us A. BLRN'A» 12Ü8 r~~100K WANTED. Apply Ipswith Hrsplttl,

I to tho Mation. JA.W3 M. 1'irioio, Sacrelaiy. 906

L^^NÍT^V'iuTtéTl to 1'uichaso small BLOCKS,

country or suburban. Apply LA:.D, " Couriei" Ollicc. 773

lioard und Residence.

BOARD and RESIDENCE foi a Gtutlemaa.

Apply Mrs. 'THOMAS, Rivei ¿leigh, North Quay. 1211

FLORENCE llOARDIKG-llUUSE,

SANDOATE.

NOW

rpHE abovo ESTABLISHMENT X OPEN and loady for Boaidoiä.

Dinner and Wedding Parties eau be accoix.

moilated at the ahoitost notice.

Good Stabling.

Termn very moderate.

All communications may bo addressed to tha Proprietor,

«31 W. H. GRIGGS.

To Let.

TO LET, Furnished, RABY HOUSE, Cleve-

land. Apply to JOHN FOGARTY, Cleveland Store, Cleveland. 1125

fTHO LET, Elisabeth ali cet, Im go new brick X built STORE, iu>\t to A. M'L»au, coach, builder. Apply JOHN CAMPRQN, Town Hall. 983 mo LET, tho PREMISES lately occupied by X Measrs. Young & Lark. Apply HLNUY J. OXLEY, Mutual Lifo Aasoeiation, 223 Quean Btreet. 913

TO LET, a very superior and commodious

RESIDENCE in Brunswick-street, first house west of Leichhardt-atreet. Apply to JA.MLS R. DIC)CSON. 6410

TO LET, CLAYTON, situate near Toowong,

late in the occupation of John Douglas, Ksq ; six rooms, kitchen, &c; capital 10-acre paddock. JOHN CAMHION, Town Hall. 3S3

riTO LET, the RESIDENCE of Mr. M'Mahon, X Kelvin Orovo, garden and paddock of 3 Acies ; plefity of wood and water ; rent mode- rate. Apply Mr. II. M'MAIION, care of E. Bar- nett & Co. . 393

rpo LET, at Hill End, South Brisbane, X HOUSE, six rooms, bathroom, detached kitchen, and servant's room, stable and coach- house, 1 acre paddock ; river frontage. Apply J. C. KE.NT, Hill End. 1104

TO LET, No. 2 l'ortland-place, William

street, at present in the occupation of Misa Alford, containing seven rooms, with every convenience ; possession given lat February. Apply to JOHN CROWTHER, Town Hall. 931 TO LET, the RESIDENCE of the under-

signed at Lutwyche, a quarter-mile from Albion Station, containing sis rooms, kitchen, and servant's room, outhouses, with ten acre3 of land. Inquiro on piemises. K. M'LLMTAN. 112S

HARFAGE to LET in South Brisbane ;

rent low. DAVID LOVE. 65S9

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BUNDABERG.-TO LET, two STORES, ia

Bourbon-strcot, Bundaberg, now in course of erection ; each Btore 2Sft. x 50ft. For par- ticulars apply to D. M'COXYILLE, Bunda« berg. 1205

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