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Shipping._

SOUTHPORT AND NERANG.

npHE Steamer IRIS will leave X Campbell's Wharf TO _MORROW (Wednesday) MORN- ING, Januaiy l8, at 10 o'clock.

'Circo received till 5 p.m. To-day.

C53 K. & W. HAMILTON.

GYMPIE, VIA NOOSA,

U-NDKJt MAIL CONTRACT.

~- rpHE CULGOA, s., A. Goodall, tó^H!^^. X Master, will leave Campbell's ajOaKtf»^' Wharf for Noosa, ou FIUDAY

AFTERNOON.

Passengers at Reduced Rates.

gs~ Cobb is C'o.'s Royal Mail Line of Coaches run in co-junction with Culgoa, e., and leave immediately nu her arrival.

IÍOTE.-'Pnrough Passages by Cobb's coach can ONLY be booked at our Office.

M'GHIE, LUYA, & CO.,

3362 ' _Agents.

npHE ARAKOON, s., C. Dlon, . JL Master, will leave our Easie-

st i cet Wharf, for Noosa, on THURS- DAY', 19th instant.

Goods and Passengers taken at Reduced Rates.

D. L. BROWN & CO.,

Gil_ Agents, THE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIPPING

COMPANY, LisriTED.

STEAM TO

MACKAY

. TOWNSVILLE

CAIRNS (to the wharf)

PORT DOUGLAS (Island Point)

- COOKTOWN.

npHE New Steamship . JL GUNGA,

_____ SThMES Clark, Master, will be despatched as above, from Parbury'a Eagle street wharf, on SATURDAY nest, 21st January,

at 6 p.m

Cargo now being received.

Fares and Freights .Reduced.

PARLURY, LAMB, & CO.,

642 Agents.

THE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGA-

TION COMPANY.

SPECIAL STEAMER FÜR

TOWNSVILLE ano PORT DOUGLAS.

npHE Company'* Favourito , X Steamer

VICTORIA, 1000 Tons,

Will be despatched for the above ports, taking ?CarRO for Transhipment to Duugeueas aud Card-

well,

TO-MORROW (Wednesday), 18th instant, at

3 p.m.

Thi3 Ste-uer possesses unrivalled accommo- dation for Stock, and ollera an opportunity for

taking larg«; quiatities of Produce at Reduced

Rates.

W. WILLIAMS,

7999 Local Manager.

USTRALASIAN STEAM _. NAVIGATION COMPANY intend despatching their Steamers as ifollows, namely : TO SYDSEY-

E-MOST, To-morrow (Wednesday), ISth in-

stant, 7 a.m.

Elaman«, Friday, 20th inätant, S a.m.

TO MELBOURNE, FROM SYDNEY

Ctrr ok Melbourne, Saturday, 21st ; and L_

ee-Moox, Tuesdav, 24th instant.

TO MARYBOROUGH, BUNDABERG, and

ROCKHAMPTON

Ladit Howat, This 'Day (Tuesday), 17th in-

stant, at 1 p.m. TO MACKAY

Steamer early.

TO MACKAY, BOWEN, TOWNSVILLE, DUN.

GEXESS ¡md CARDWELL (see foot-note«), CAIRNS, PORT DOUGLAS, and COOK- TOWN, c..l!io|_ at Keppel Ray and Flat-top Island to land Mails and Passengers

Alexandra, Saturday, 21st instant, 0 a.m.

* Cargo and Passongera for Dungeness and Cardwell will lw transhipped at Towiuvilln

"TO TOWNSVILLE and PORT DOUGLAS

Vicr.'iiiA, To-morrow (Wednesday), 18th in-

stant, 3 p.m.

TO LEVUtv.-.. Fiji, from Sydney

Steamer nn an ¡val of Suez Mai!, due on or

about. 10th proximo.

TO NOUMEA, Now Caledonia, from Sydney

Steamer about Friday, 27th instant.

Steerage I'.tssengers are Victualled and sup- plied with Bedding.

Notice.-Cargo cannot be received for ship- ment later than one hour before departure of Steamers. W. WILLIAMS,

Local Manager.

STEAM TU hYiWH-, NEWCASTLE, MKL

BOURNE, GEELONG, ViA-RYUOKOUGH,

AND ROCKHAMPTON.

FARES GREATLY REDUCED BETWEEN

SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

npHE UNDERSIGNED will dos . X patch their Steamers (when

piacticable) as follows, from MUNI- CIPAL T. HA RVES, foot Queen-street :

FOR SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE

Keilawirra j J. H. South You Yanga E. Boult

Friday, Jan. 20,

at 8 a.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 21,

at 10 a.m. FOR MARYBOROUGH You Yangs ' 12. Boult

Derwent H. B. Bristowe

This Day, Jan, 17,

at _ p.m.

Friday, Jan. 20, at

G p.m. FOR ROCKHAMPTON You Yangs Derwent

E. Boult

II. B. Bristowe

This Day, Jan. 17,

at 4 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 20, at

6 p.m.

FOR all'JLiJUÜiiNK, FROM SYDNEY _Every Tuesday and Friday._ FOR SYDNEY, FROM MELBOURNE Every Mon-ay, Wednesday, and Friday.

Return Tickets issued to all Ports, available

(or three months.

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

WM. HOWARD SMITH & SONS,

8436 Foot Queen-street.

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

MHE Company's Steamships L (under Contract with the Vic- torian Government for the convey-

ance of Her Majesty's Mails) will be despatched

as follows :

Steamer.

Tona. Lcave

i011ä- i Si daer.

Leave

Mclbom uç

Lea^o

Adelaide.

¡Iliarxiny,

V\redn'eda\

1'rulay.

11a.m.

1 p.m. ?KHEDIVE ..

SSiiO | Jan 20

Feb. 1

Tel) 3

«IIBZ.YPOIiL

ScSr I Kel) 9

Feb. 13

Teb. 17

'HOSEHA ..

?á^'2 Feb 53

Har. 1

Mar. 3

ASSAM

3'.J3 Mar. 0

Mar. 15

Mar. 17

"SHAKEN .

43C0 ' Mar. 28

liar. 29

Jlar. 31

IXDUS

SitB i Apr. C

Apr. 12

Apr. 11

* Through to H> month awl London direct, rio Galle

t Tnroagh to fij mouth and London direct, ne Bom-

bay.

And thenceforth every alternate week.

Rates of Passage-money :-To Plymouth or London-£70 1st, and ¿45 2nd Class. To Italian Ports, £63 1st, and £40 2nd Class.

For further paticulars respecting Passage money and Freight apply to

GEORGE HARRIS & CO.,

620S Agenta P. & O.S.N. Company.

Shipping.

QUICKEST ROUTE TO ENGLAND

BY SEVEN CAYS.

ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.

1HE following ROYAL MAIL

STEAMSHIPS belonging to the Orient und Pacific Steam Navi

gatiou Companies will leavo for LONDON, Via the SUEZ CANAL, calling at NAPLES, as

under :

Steamer.

Tons

"eg.

Sydney. Melbourne

Adelaide. Friday.

Wodn'dav.

Saturday.

1S31

1SS2

1SS2.

LUSITANIA. ..

3332

.lan. 20

Jim 23

Jan. 23 Feb. a

Feb. S

Feb. U

LIGURIA

.lOOfl

roii 17

Fob. 22

Fell 25

1'OTOSI

4219

March 3

March 8

March 11

CU1MI30RAZO

3S17

M muli 17

March 22

March 25 JOHN ELDER

41S2

Mm. h31

Apnl S

April S

SO It AT A.

10U

Api il U

Api il 10

April 22 AUSTRAL ..

.1250

April 23

Muy 3

May 0 CUZCO..

3S49

Jliiv 12

Muy 17

May 20

COTOPAXI ..

402S

Miij 2ii

May 31

June 3

ORIENT

5SS0

June 0

June H

June 17

Aud fortnightly thereafter.

European crews ouly.

First nnd Second Saloon passengers are supplied with rofrigorat ed delicacies.

Fahis to London-1st Saloon, 50 to 70 Guineas ; 2nd Saloon, 35 to 40 Guineas ; 3rd ClaBS, 15 to 20 Guineas; Canal Dues, 8s.

To Naples-l»t Silo n, .15 to 65 Guineas ; 2nd Saloou, 33 to 37 Quireas.

RETURN TICKETS ON LIBERAL TERMS, AVAILABLE FOR TWELVE MONTHS.

Passagen from London can be granted here.

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

6794 B. D. MOREHEAD & CO.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

OVERLAND ROUTE TO GREAT BRITAIN'

THROUGH AMERICA.

-k .. rilHE Magnificent Steamships of

ffflfJfes. JL this Line leave SYDNEY for ¿SSSàïSÎ SAN FKANCISCO (calling at AUCKLAND nud HONOLULU), every fourth THURSDAY, nt 3 p.m., as under :

Steamer.

Tons.

Dates of Departure.

15S2.

1SS2. 1 1SS2.

City of New York

3400

26 Jan.

l8 Mav 7 Sept.

#eal.uidia

8200

23 Keb

15 June 6 Oct

City of Sjdney ..

3400

23 March

13 July 2 Nov.

Australia

3200

20 Apr.

10 Aug j 30 Nov.

THROUGH FARE-SYDNEY TO LONDON.

First Class.£60 and upwards. For allinfoiination, apply to

142 B. D. MOREHEAD & CO.

TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

ETÜRN EXCURSION LV TICKETS to and from HOBART aud SYDNEY will be

issued on and after 1st DECEMBER Nest, avail-

able until 31st MARCH.

Saloon, £3.

Steerage, £5.

The powerful S.S. SOUTHERN CROSS will bß placed on the lino for Summer ¡Season.

T. & W. WILLIS, Agents,

3975 15 Pitt-street, Sydney.

FOR POSITIVE SALE, Yacht HAIDEE,

with Complete Set Racing and Woikiug Sails, a Bargain. Apply W. T. MARKWELL, Money Order Office, Brisbane, 847

Excursions. SOUTHPORT !

SOUTHPORT I I

THE Fast and Favourite Sieaninr IPSWICH

will leave Campbell's Wharf on WEDNES- DAY MORNING, IS.h January, nt 8 o'clock, returning on Thursday.

R. & W. HAMILTON, ) . .

571 J. CAMPBELL, \ AgctU8,

Educational.

BRISBANE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

THE First Quarter of the current year will

begin on MONDAY, 30th January. The Head Master will be at the school on SATUR- DAY, 28th Januaiy, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to enrol new boys.

REGINALD H. ROE, M.A.,

344 Head Master.

TOOWOOMBA GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

THE nest QUARTER will Commence on

the 1st February.

S. G. STEPHENS,

C10 Hon. Secretory.

LADIES' SCHOOL, Toowong.-The Misses

CLARK beg to announce that their School will RE-OPEN 30th January. 501

MISS DAVIS, Teacher of SINGING and

PIANO. Rooina over Mrs. Tempest's, George-street. 651

BOYS' PREPARATORY SCHOOL, Mount-

view House, Lsicbhardt-street. Princi- pal : Miss Carcu-l. School re-opens MONDAY, 30th January. 026

VISITING TUTOR.-Mr. E. L. WILSON

has returned from the South and ia pre- pared for a RE-ENGAGEMENT. Qualifications: Latin, French, German, nnd English ; excellent references ; fair salary expected. Address Wan- stead House, 'Wharf-street, Brisbane. 565

Tenders.

TO CONTRACTORS.

EXTENSION OF TIME.

TENDERS are invited until Koon SATUR-

DAY, 23st instant, for the Erection of a Stone and Brick WAREHOUSE in Eagle street, for Messrs. Warwick & Sapaford.

Plans and specification eau be seen at the office of A. HUBBARD, Architect, 7 Town Hall. Ö23

PUBLIC NOTICE.

RG. BALDING, 157 Queen-street, having

, made arrangements with the Sydney Ice Company for a REGULAR SUPPLY of ICE, is now selling ICE, ICE CREAMS, and ICE DRINKS. 42

THE RENOWNED COOLALTA WINES.

Under the Distinguished Patronage of his Ex- cellency Sir Arthur Remedy, G.C.M.G., CB.

JOHN A. WILKINSON,

Wise Grower a:.d Mj-.rchant,

COOLALTA,

Branxton, Ntw South Wales.

Cellars : 119 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY.

Price Lint on Application.

Messrs. QUINLAN, GRAY, & CO. are the Brisbane Agerfta for the above. 330

MESSRS. A. LOMER & CO.,

TO meet the requirements of their increasing

business, had to fit NEW and COM- MODIOUS ROOMS, and to increacc their S J AFF

of SKILLED ARTISTS.

PERFECT WORK in their well known style. CARTES de VISITE, 7s. (id per dozen.

Mest beautiful enlargements on porcelain, lorn 10a. upivaids. Uld Pictures resusci> tated. 7743

Entertainments. THEATRE ROYAL.

General Mannger .. Mi Duncan Ma callum. Director .Mu. J. A. South.

Stage Manager ... Mu. Chaules ïydukll. Leader of Orchestra... Mu. F. Kucahue.

ROARS OF LAUGHTER ! ! I

CONTINUOUS APPLAUSE ! ! !

S

ANOTHER CROWDED HOUSE ! ! !

AND

STILL MORE ENTHUSIASM !

TO WITNESS

OUTH'S O P E R A COMPANY

IN T1IK

EVER DELIGHTFUL .

AÏ.D '

EVER NEW PHENOMENAL OPERA,

H.M.S. IjolÉp' H.M.S.

pinafore;

Produced for tho First Timo in'Brisbane in that

elaborate and completo manner which causes it to be a nevoi .failing source of delight at all tiuies in every city of the world.

JOSEPHINE ... MRS. J. A. SOUTH.

BEAUTIFUL AND REALISTIC PICTURE

OF

PORTSMOUTH HARBOUR.

' SEE THE SHirS DRESSED ! ! !

AND A

SALUTE FIRED ! I ! COME EARLY! !1

PEOPLE TURNED AWAY!!!

At tue Doons,

Prices as Uäunl. Box Office at R. T. Jefieriea'. Commence at S o'clock. Cwi inges and Omni-

buses at 10 30.

H. J. WHITTINGTON,

669 Treasurer and Manager for Mr. J. A. South.

ALBERT HALÜ

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT.

UNDER the PATRONAGE of-his Worship

the MAYOR and a numbor of Gentlemen holding distinguished pouitious in the Profes- sional aud Mercantile Community.

FAREWELL BENEFIT TO MR. JOHN

HESFORD. Entertainment to consist of

EARLY LOVE.

CONCERT by Lnadiug Musical Amateurs.

To conclude with tho Comedietta,

WE ALL HAVE OUR LITTLE FAULTS.

Seats may be secuied at Flavcllo Biotherset Roberts, Queen-street.

Prices, 3s , 2s., and Is. 614

¡Hcctitiust

MR. SINCLAIR'S COMMITTEE are re

quested to attend at the Committea Rooms, THIS EVENING, at S o'clock. 057

Ä

PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE.-EMER-

GENCY COMMUNICATION will be held THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, the 17th January, at the Masonic Hnll, at 7.30 sharp.

Business : Installation of Officers of Bluo Lodges.

By order of Um P. G M._641

ST. PATRICK'S LODGE, 279 f.C- Brothien

will plciiBO attend the MEETING of tile Provincial Grand Lodge, at tile Masonic Hall, THIS (Tuesday) EVEN INO.

By order of tho W.M._OU

DUKE OF LEINSTER LODGE, 283 J.C.

The Meuibeis of abovo Todgo are hereby summoned to MEET at tho Masonic Hall, THIS DAY (Tuesday), 17th instant, at 7.30 o'clock p.m. Installation of Oflicers.

By order of the W.M._625

HIRAM LODGE, 2S0 LO.

THE Members of ubovo Lodge aro hereby

summoned to MEET at tho Masonie Hall, THIS DAY, 17th instant, at 7.30 p.m.

Installation of Officers.

563_G KO. S. HUTTON, W.M.

UNION CLUB.

THE ANNUAL MEETING of Members

will bo held at tho Club House, on TUES DAY, the 7th February, at 4.30 p.m. 621

THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK,

LlMITLD.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Nineteenth

ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of Proprietors will be held at the Banking House, Queen-Btreet, Brisbane, on THURSDAY, 20th iuBtant, at noon

To receive the Repoit and Balance-sheet for the half-year ended 31st December, 1SS1.

To Elect a Director in the placo of the Hon. Sir Arthur H. Palmer, K C.M.G., M.L.C., who retires in accordance with clause 80 of the Articles of Association, but ia oligible for re-elec- tion, and oilers himself accordingly.

To Elect two Auditors. By order of the Board.

E. R. DRURY,

Goneral Mannger. General Manager's Office,

Brisbane, 5th January, 1882. 199

Lest, Rewards, ace.

("S"! RICWAKD.-LOST, from my yards in £¿í Petrie's Bight, a Bay HORSE. The abovo reward will be paid on delivery at my yards. ARTHUR MARTIN. 060

LOST, a bAPPHIKE RING, on Saudgate

road. A liberal raward will bo paid to finder. Apply J. G. P., " Courier " Oflico. 659

Public Notices.

NOTICE.

ALL BUSINESS connected with the Steamer

SIR C. COWPER must be transacted in our Brisbane Office.

8012 THOS. HANCOCK & SONS.

linnk Notice

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

A BRANCH of thib Bank is now OPEN at

WINTON, in the Noith Gregory Dis-

trict.

ALEX. ARCHER,

Inspector of Queensland Branches. Brisbane, 17th December, 1881. 245

Insolvency Notice.

In the Supreme Court of Queensland.

In Insolvency.

SAMUEL FREDERICK SUSSEX MIL-

FORD, of Rockhampton, Law Clerk, was adjudged Insolvent, in forma paupcri*, on the Fourth day of January, 1SS2.

The First Meeting uf Creditors will be held at the Principal Registry, Brisbane, on the Twenty firBt day of January, 1882, at 11 o'clock in the

forenoon.

Until the election of a Trustee, all persons having ki their possession any of the effects of the Insolvent must deliver them, and al! debts duo to the Insolvent must be paid, to Mr. GEORGE HENRY NEWMAN, the Official Trustee in the Estate. Creditors must forward their proofs of debts to the Official Ti ustce.

WILLIAM BELL,

Deputy Registrar.

FOLLETT MILFORD, Rockhampton. By John Guthrie, Solicitor for Insolvent, Bris- bane. 962

Persons enquired Tor.

AIR WEATHER, DAVID.-Will the above

please COMMUNICATE with his Brother JAMES, SO Elizabeth-street, Sydney. C71

JTKKAIvNEY,-.V~T«legroui for you is , lyiug at'tho " Queenslander" Outee.

J. B. - 648

Government Advertisements. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DRAYS.

OWNERS of Drays Licensed by tho Customs

are reminded that they will require to RENEW their LICENSES for 1SS2 on or before the 2nd January next.

WILLIAM THORNTON,

S175 Collector of Customs. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF LIGHTERS,

BOATS, AND PUNTS.

OWNERS of Lighters, Boats, and Punts are

reminded that they will require to RENEW their LICENSES for 18S2 ou or before the 2nd January next.

WILLIAM THORNTON,

81 li Collector of Customs.

Professional Notice.

D

R. LITTLE,

WlCKilAM-TKItRACK.

Hours, S to liJ a.m., G to 8 p.m. 6311

Ä/T IS S COSTELLO, Ladies- Doctor,

X LONGREACH,

Opposite Victoria Bridge. Hours : 8 a.m. to 11

a.ui., 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., 0 p.m. to 8 p.m. 3G5

Removal.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

LITTLE, BROWNE, & RUTHNING,

Solicitors, h.ue REMOVED from George, street into their New Office, Queen-street. 79S3

Bnsiness Cards.

W

ILLIAM DALBY,

Solicitor, &c.,

CENTRAL CHAMBERS,

Queeu-street, Brisbane.

Over Mr. Jett'eries' Music Warehouse. 1415

R

D . NEILSON,

.«Ml'RClHNT,

.Mary-street,

B R.I S B A N E ;

1 Aud Flinders-street

2'. TOSVNSVILLE.

ltooks and Stationery.

J. H. THOMPSON,

Bookseller, St\iiom:k, and Printer,

05 Leiehhardt-street.

A LAUGE ASSORTMENT of REWARD

BOOKS, suitable: for Sunday Schools ; PHOTO and SCRAP ALBUMS ; PRAYER mid HYMN BOOKS, BIBLES, &c, &c. ; Serial and Annual Publications. FANCY GOODS.

English Magazines and Journals rogulaily twtcoa Mouth, Home Tapera by every Mail. 3WI)

For Sale.

TRANSCONTINENTAL SURVEY.

FOR SALE) ENGINEERS' aud SUR-

VEYORS' INS i'RUMENTS.-Dumpy Level, nearly "new ; Levelling Staff, Chain, Pockot Sextant with Telcscopo (Tioughton aud Simms), Abney's Lovel (Elliott), Aneroid, Ship's Chrouo meter, &c, &c. Apply J. ROBINSON, Drawing Office, Temple Buildings._ G40

FOR SALE, »' HALF-SHARE in a well

established 'Country Newspaper ; one of tho host paying nropcrties of its kind in Central Queensland. Apply to S. SHARWOOD,'Ara-

mac. 551

F

Oil SALE, two Second-hand SURF-BOATS.

Apply ou board thu Boiough Belle. 407

C KLINGNER has JUST LANDED AME

. RICAN COOKING aud LAUNDRY STOVES, Mincing and Sausage Machines, tho bestevi'j- offered in the Biisbaue Maiket ; Joiners' aud CabiuutmnkerB' Tools of all kinds, Wire NuiIb, all Bzes; Storor's No. 1 and Genuine Whito Lead. Also a very Largo Assortment of tho best Cutlery, and a very Lirge ABSortmeut of Furnishing Ironmongery. The above I shall oller to tho Public at very Low Prices.

C. KL1NGNER,

_105 QUEKK-BTllEUT. 306

HORSE FEED.

FOR SALF, 200 SackB New Zealand Primo

Feed OATS.

G52 R. D. NEILSON.

D

RIPSTONE FILTER S.

J. SIMMONDS,

Marule and Stone Works,

ADELAIDE-STREET. 393

N

OW LANDING, Ex VICTORIA, Etc.

800 Bags Extra Primo Maize

Butter, Potatoes, Chaff, Bran, Oats

White Lend, Paints, Suuces, Pickles Tea, Tobacco, M'Kenzie's Chicory

Coll'ee, Popper, Pearl Earley, &c, &c.

On Sali: at Lowlst Market Pinora.

G55 RAVEN & CO., 7G Mary-streot.

P

E T E R S E N'S . L A G E li B K E R.

BARKER & CO.,

6277_Sole Agents,

THE NEW MAIL SERVICE A PUBLIC

BOON.

ON. FORSET!! & CO. aro able to ship their

, Celebrated PALE ALE Monthly by tLia Service to all Queensland Ports. Acknowledged by all good judges to be tho most auitable Ale

for hot climates.

CHARLES WARDE, Sole Aoent,

245 Queeu-street. 7239

T

VANISED IRON aud WIRE COMPANY,

FIRST PRIZE MEDAL SYDNEY EXHIBÍ TION, 1879-80, and MELBOURNE, 1880-81.

THE GOSPEL OAK IRON and GAL-

VANISED IRON and WIRE COMPANY,

lion Manufacturers and Galvanisera.

First Brand Second Braud " G. anchor O," Trade Marks. " Eagle,"

First Quality. " Eagle Quality.

Tho GoBpol Oak íb the oldest manufaoturo of Galvanised Iron in England. The original Gal- vanised Tinned Iron was first made at these Works in tho year 1842. This iron obtained the prize medal for '* Excelleut^/Quulity" at the Great Exhibition of 1362, it being the only prize

medal awarded in the trade.

The price is now greatly reduced.

Works-Gospel Oak Iron Works, Tipton ; Mitro Works, Wolverhampton ; Regent's Canal, Limehouae, London. Warehouse-5G Upper Thames-street, London. Export Office-110 Cannon street, London. 2020

VANITY FAIR! VANITY FAIR!

CIGARETTES AND CUT TOBACCO.

THE most Popular American brand, Unsur-

passed for Purity, Delicaci', and Ex- cellence. First Prize Medals at Vienna, Paris, Philadelphia, Sydney, and Welbourn,;Exhibitions.

Smokers who desire a dainty sweet bit fchould observe the words VANITY FAIR aie priated on Every Cigarette, and take no others.

In Packets, fd. and Is. retail.

Mauufactmrd by Messrs. W. S. K1MBAL! 4 CO., Roeheoter, New Y'örk, U.S. A

FELDHEIM, JACOBS' &' CO., Melbonrie, Agents for Australia and New .Zealand. 3182

Drapery, Clothing» &c

NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !

NEW YEAR'S GIFTS ! Ex DURHAM.

3 CASES

THE CHOICEST NOVELTIES ever

introduced into Brisbane.

Glove nnd Handkerchief SACHETS Wall BASKETS

Plush CARD BASKETS and BAGS Oriental MATS and CUSHIONS

Exquisite Hand-painted Bedroom SETS,

SACHETS, &c.

White Wood Ai tides, for Painting.

SPLENDID ASSORTMENT NEW

FANCY WORK.

TRANSFERS, CREWELS, SILKS,

Etc , Etc.

These Goods having arrived too late for Christmas, will be sold at the Lowest Price to effect a Speedy Sale.

THE MISSES BLAKE,

Sdwolk House.

NOW OPENED.

T

HE "ALL ENGLAND"

CRICKETING! SHIRT.

Does Not Shrink.

J. S. MANWARING,

QUETN-STBEET.

028

MOSQUITO NETS.

IN all the widths, in Two and Three Cords.

These makes of Mosquito Nets, which wo have been selling for the last seventeen years, aro bo well and favourably known for their Great Durability and wealing qualities we find our sale for them Btoadily increasing e\eryyear. Owing to improvements in machinery foi making these nets, and the gi eat truuntity v. o now sell of thom, along with having thtrn manufactured to our direct orders, all ¡utei mediate profits and charges aro saved, which ouables us tp sell FIRST-CLASS GOODS for the same Prices as are usually charged for the Poorest and Commomst Makes.

Country Orders Carefully and Promptly

Executed.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.,

DlllLCT Il!P01lTrR9,

BRISBANE,

R0CKIÍAMP10N,

AND

BASINGHALL-STREET,

LONDON, E.O.

C52

CARPETS !

CARPETS I

CARPETS ! EDWARDS & CHAPMAN

HAVE pleasure in informing the

public that thoy ha\e received, Peu R.M.S. Durham,

Diiieot i rom Tin. Mandi íotubees,

65 PIECES BRUSSELS

AND

TAPESTRY CARPETS.

BORDERS

AND

HEARTHRUGS

To Match

These Carpets have been made special, and aie confined exclusively to

EDWARDS Ä, CHAPMAN for all Queensland.

naviug been culled from the

PRIZE-TAKERS

AT

THE SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE

EXHIBITIONS,

rar

DESIGNS ARE THE NEWEST

a:,d

RAREST GEMS

IN

CARPET MANUFACTURE.

The Winner of the COLD MEDAL At the Melbourne Exhibition will bo

Exhibited in the Window

for a few days, and will no doubt be ono of the chief attractions of

QUEEN STREET.

.EXPERIENCED

CARPET PLANNERS

SI.NT T8

ALL PARTS OE THE CITY AND

SUBURBS

TO

MEASURE AND GIVE ESTIMATES

FOR

CARPEÏS

FLOORCLOTHS LINOLEUMS

FURNISHINGS,

&.C, &0.

ORDERS TROM THE COUNTRY

CAHErULLY ATTENDED TO.

LDWARDS & CHAPMAN, . QUEENSLAND DRAPERY

WAREHOUSE.

B R IJSB AN E.

155

W anted

W

AN 11 D a good COOK Apply 1 lynn s

Globe Hotel Coi

w

AN PLD a GROOM, with good diameter _Dr LlTTli Wickham terrace COI

WAM1D a g rod BVK1R Apply Mr

1 DV, uiD Ridll, Annstreot, Foititudo Valley_ 632 WANTED VOLUN1E! It LAN D ,

ORDLRS R D Gn \h im & Sov, Queen stroet 7S02

WANTED a BLVCKSMllH Äpp]j~ To

M'Giiu, luw, & Co, South Bns bauo 123

WAN 11 D BOYS, for clean" steady-*ork

Ai ply Apollo Caudle Company, Biihmbi q]7

WAN 11 D \ j, id clean Girl as NUksT

Applj Clueuco Boarding house, Eil waul street 056

ÂN1LD a COOK Apply to Mrs

Luna ii Wuuiugtou, Kullaroo Point References re imrod 649

W_AM 1 D a feood Plasteroi s LABOURER

Al ply'W Pvton, at J Hunter a New Store, 1 li/ibeth sti cot 613

ANT. 1 D a BRICKLAi 1 R for Sandgato

A) ply W m dl lium, R T Jelleries,

Queou street

WANTi D Btrong Lad iib GROOM , must

bo ible to milk Mrs Thtnni , Ilif-k gato Hill, South Mnsbauo 624

ANTI U on 1 riday next Siv good

URVII HORSES Apply Holmi ä &, Pirti u, Vim stieet, Brisbane 613

WANTI D~to ~lurdinso, Small Blocks

COUN1RY or SUBURBAN LAND Apply C, " C nrior Otlico ' 574

WAN1ID a choip Second hand lei to

20 h p BOfLnt Apply, stiting price, to Quim is, Qbw, I Co 417

W~ ÂNIÏ1) fluionor BlHRD and lÏLSF

DI NCI for singlo Gentleman, new aruval Applj J A , " Courtei Otlico 6 13

WANTI I) at once a strong respectable

GIRL I oi address apply at Caima Arma Hoto!, Leichhardt street Sjiiug Hill b13 WANUI D a young GILL, 1 fto lu7~to

assist in housewoik, references ru quired Mr« 1 J Blnneit, looming 034

W~ ~~AÑ1I D i7^rsTLl"MLVN, fo7~Maii

chester Depirtniuut i C\ mi vi it ü Co , Manchester House, Queen street 6Jb

WXnTLD ím^diTtelyTnrüícliisa GOOlf,

w gea no objLot Apply by letter, W H Giure.3 llorenco Bonding House, Sand gate_610

WAM1D 1 uriiishcd Bl BROOM and

Sil UNO ROOM, heilthy locality, terms m idei ito, bo ird optional Address N 0, "Couuer Ollie» 670

WAN1TD to Purchase on terms four or

Ino roomed H O US 1 , n good order aud conviuciit to Q leen street Reply, statinc, loeality, to Y C " Courier Oflieo 6b6

WAN IÍD~T fust class general BLACK

SMI 111 for Gj mpie Apply to W \i rm G Ambuosi Dunmore House, Adelaide streot, opposite Noi mai School COO

WANILD a PurUuiHei foi iu old ostab

lislicl GROCERY and WIÍTL and SPIRIT BUSINL&S in Mackay Apply Quin

i\ís Gnu, &.Co_iii

W' ANIIDSURVi YORSOUICLWOKh,

vu -Blotting frnu I icld Book, com putmg neas, &.C Address Imiuhnci,

'Connel Ollieo 371

W" AN I! D for up couutrj, a HOUSEÏÏÂÏD

audWAURESS, also COOK, malo or feuialo Apply botweou 10 and 11 am lodi), at S \muii BiiOi, 92 Queen stieot 671

ANI1D 300 MLti for the Bundaberg

and Mount Perry Railway-Miners, Labourers, and Bushmen , nono but good hinds need apply , highest wages gnon O RouiiKi & M'öll \ltlil 49

WAN II D luiuiuliitely a middle aged

IIOUSPKEI PI R for a small publie hou o in thu e uutiy , must bo tUoioughly elli cicnt A| |ly Cn mu ton a I ouiponm co Bonding Ik use, South linsb^ue 615

AN li D to Rent, uHOUSL, with at least

si\ rooms, bcaidua kitchen and pnutr) , with agood view of theriver Kangaroo Point pie fcired Apply by letter, stating ront und | irti cul up, to H»x 13 General Post Ollice 512

ANILD ii BOOKIÍLI PER ouo who

lins had expeiieuco in an up country f torc prefc ned Apply by lottoi, cucloBiiig coj les of ciedeutnls for sobriety mid abilit), ataiing salary required, to /j K, Post Otlico, lins bant _405

W~ ANTI D a PAR1NLR with small capital,

to join tho advertiser (who has machinery with complete plant) m starting n Saw mill business at Gy input oi elsewhere lor full pinticulira apply 1 Pjiitouitt, Wir wick_612

WANÏID ICnown,-ilie "COURU R'

supplied and delivered at Is por week, b) L II AliUNDllL Stationer nuel '1 obacconiHt, BiuiiBwick stieet, nunlyopposite the P ist Olhce

ÄMLD at the South Brisbane Ilrttich

Olhce, ORD1 US I OR ADVLR1ISI

MLN IS to ho mneited in the Cow m anc Quccnslamla 11 W HASLLLR, Stanley

stieet_677

W~ ANJID to Sell, from ouo to 3000

Voluini b Second h mil BOOKS alno to

PurcluiBO, for cish, Immigrants Luggage, loft off Wearing Ap) irol, Hooks, iooln, &.c J QjltlKlli, 64 and 6U I dwnrd street_3950

AL \DY wibhui Re engigcmcut an DAILY

OOV! RNLSS , Lngh-.li, music, singing, 1 renJi, mil dr iwing AddrcBB A A, caro of Gordon A. Gotch_OM

LADY of experience desires Situition as

GOVI RNI SS , thorough English, draw ing, I ronch and Italian I M , care of Beale &. Co , Queen street _630

M~~ - \N, ) inicfwishls Engagement as STORE

KI I PI U and I OOKkEEPLR, country , good references to ability and character L, " Couuer Office_0^8

B~RIMJl.NI HOSPUIL-WANILD, at

once, a COOK Apply to tho House Surgeon, at 10 a ni_5->3

I~pTw ÎCÏÏHOSPITAJ -NUIÏSL WVNTI D,

middle iged respectable woman, with refer euee Apply to the Matron Jaiils M Plt l onn, Secretary _114

B~~ UILDING, WANT! t) to III NT for a term,

for manufacturing purposes , must bo Bitua'ed either on a wharf or on the bulks of the river Apply by lotter to Manuiactiii', O 1' t Mice, Brisbane 672

Hoard and Itesidcuce

1L0R] NOL BOaRDINO HOUSE,

S.O.NDOAIE

THr above I ST. YÜIISHMEN V is NOW

OPEN and ro ily for Bo irders

Dinner and Wedding Parties cm be accon -

modatcd at the shortest notice

Good Stabling

lenna very moderate

AU communie itions may be addressed to the Propn tor,

4134 W H GRIGGS

lo Let

TO 111, HOUSh, it Milton Bridge, facing

the river eiijit rooms, large garden, &c

r J Blnm tt, Lnud< Office_638

ri^O II I' a very bu¡ enoi and commo Uous Jl HI S1DENCL in Brunswick streot firBt houao west of Leichhardt-etreet. Apply to

James It Diotsov. 6Í10

To Let.

TO LET, 99 Wickham-terraco, containing

five roams, kitchen, servant's room, bath. room, &c. Apply Mrs. Keatino, 95 Wickham

terrace._ 593 rpo LET, spacious FRONT OFFICES in the A. Town Hall, lately occupied by Mr. D. Love; rent moderate. Apply to E. Hooker & Son, 10 Town Hall. 1247

rpo LET, ou the hill adjoining the residence JL of William Blakeuey, Esq., an Eight roomed HOUSE, with garden, &c; rent moderate. Apply John Camkron, Town Hall. 143

rpo LET or FÖR"SÄLE, that commodious '

X Family Residence, tho GROVE, Break- fast Creek ; largo stables, paddocks, and every convenience. Apply W. Pocock, Queen street._ 7450 rV\0 LET, at Sandgate, for six or twelve A months, HOUSE, unfurnished, containing eight rooms ; nearly opposite railway station, right tf-way to Esplanado ; laigo water supply, bathroom, &c. Apply YVm de Fr.une, care of R. T. Je u'erics. 212

REAKFAST CREEK.-TO LET, Five,

roomed COTTAGE near the residence of

1). H. Eden, Esq. John Camw.on, Town. Hall._531

SOUTHP011T.-TO LEP, OHKSTEU COT-'

'PAGE. Apply John Cameron, Town Hall._ 319

SOUTHPORT.- TO LET, HERNE COT

TAGE. Apply John Cameron, Town

Hall;_507

WHARFAGE to LET in South Brisbaue ;

rout low. David Love._G5S9

Itiisiucss tor ¡Sale.

1^011 SALE,a PRODUCE aud GENERAL

STORE, with a highly-improved rich agri cultural farm attachid, iii good cintre of popu latiou, within sixty miles of Brisliaue, and near railway station. Terms easy. Principals ouly treated with. It. A. RYAN._436

A GOOD INVESTMENT.

FOll SALE, a GENERAL MANUFACTUR

INO BUSINESS of Cordial, Liqueur, Vinegar, Aerated Water, &c, in Maryborough. The abovo business being sold ou account of the proprietor going home.

To n busiuusa niau with a small capital a really good investment. Apply at

MR. J. C. DE NY3,

328 Wharf-street, Maryborough.

FOR PRIVATE SALE.

A

FIRST-CLASS ROARD1NG-HOUSE, on

Wickhuui-terrace.

DAVID LOVE,

430 Auctioneer.

Houses and Land for Sale. COUNTRY MANSION FOR SALE.

KEDRON LODGE.

THE residence of tho lulu Mr. Justico Lut-

wyche ia offered for sale, owing to tho ' houao being too largo for Mrs. Lutwyche. The Lodgo is built of Bton« in the most substantial manner, the builder being Mr. John Petrie, in 1802. It is situated on Kedron Brook, about four milos from town, with tho old Sandgate road on tho south and east sides, and the Brook ia on tho north and weat of tho house. Tho land on which it atauds embraces au area of 23$ acres of voiy good soil, either for agricultural or dairy purpoaes.

The Louais is iu every respect thoroughly adapted for a gentleman's country residor co. It is a four-gablod bouBe with overhanging caves ; there is a largo covered porch at tho \ riucipal outrance, and the door opens into a widu aud lofty hall with a haudsouiu cedar staircase, over which, on tlio first lauding, ia a largo stained glass window. On th« ground fluor thero is on the right hand a fine dining-room with two window«, 0110 a bay window, facing the oast, and there is largo fireplace and finely-carved cedar mantelpiece. The drawing-room is on tho left- hand of tho ontrauco, and is 22't. by 13ft., con- taining throo large phuo-glnss windows running fiom ucarty the whole huiglit of tho room. The fireplace ia of the same design us that iu the dining-room ; and both roonm aro ventilated by circular grutiugH in tho roof. After ascending tho sluirc.ieo, a piissago is found on each side of tho lauding loading to Ibu east and west wings of the building. The principal bedi oom ia over the dining-room, and ithastlitee windows, fire- place, and a dressing, room attached, which can bo entered both from tliu Iwdiuoui and lauding. On the other bide there is another large bedroom over the diawiug-rooin. Ou thu giouud 11 jor in the east wing there is a snug brookfast-roum, storeroom, and pantry, and in tho other wing there is a vory largo kitchen aud -ervunta'diuiug 100m, and over thcBC aro bediooms.

TllEUc/mu'iLDiNGS cousnt of stabling, coach- house, men's cottages, stockyard, &u., und thora is a plentiful supply of water.

The PitorxnTY is within three-quarters of a milo of tho Sandgato Railway, and the building alone cost nearly £4000. Looking at tho prices realised at rocont sales of land in the neighbour- hood, thero ia a good oppoitutiity for inveatmeufc in tliia «state, which is bound to improve in value every year.

For fuitber particulars, apply to Mr. F. MORRIS, Kedron Park Hotel, Lutwyche. Turms Cash, and principals only dealt with. 6(38

BUNDABERG.

INVESTORS in SUGAR LANDS near, and

Town ALLOTMENTS in, this rising sea- port have cleared over 100 per cent iu leas than

twelve montliB.

W. E. CURTIS, Auctioneer, &c , Bundaberg, has still Lind of each düaoiiption FOR SALE at Moderato Prices. 5404

FOR PRIVATE SALE.

ACRES Valuable LAND, at Sherwood, ad joining Railway Station.

182 DAVID LOVE.

6

IJnsiiicss Announcements

VOLUNTEER LAND-ORDERS Purchased

iu auy cpuautity.

5118 JOHN F. BUCKLAND.

ICKEL and SILVER PLATING, by J.

WATSON, 334 Pitt-street, Sydnoy, the first who introduced it to the colony. 7127 / "lOltDuN 4, GOTOH, Queen-street, fcris \ JJ" bane,

Booksellers and Stationers,

General Newspaper and Advertising Aoki ta. Are the AUTHORISED AGENTS, and receive Advertisements for all the

LEADING NEWSPAPERS IN AUSTRALIA Which are tiled for freo public inspection in the

News Room)

and also t'on

THE QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS

Of which they are the Sole Lessees

The attention of Auctioneers, Shipping Agentr, Public Companies, Importers, Hotel Proprietor*, and Tradesmen generally ia requested to the advantages of Advertising at the Railway Sta-

tions.

The Lessee supply, if required, Cards, Bills

and Frames.

Partícula»» and Rate* on application. 12f

HOLMES & PORTER, NIGHTMEN, Ann

Btroet, between Roma and George street-, whilo thanking tho public for the support ac- corded to them in the past, beg to ¡utiinato that, having added to their Plant, they have facilities fi.r carrying out all Work entrusted to them with cleanliness and deap»tch, and at the most

reasonable chaiioes.

CHIMNEYS swept on the shortest notice. Duad HORSES and RUBBISH removed from, premises, and general scavenger's work done.

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