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Skipping.

Y M PIE, VIA NOOSA.

THE CULGOA, s., A. GOODALL. Master, will Wvo tho City Wharf for Noosa, on TUESDAY, 27th February, at 7 p.m.

Through Passages by Cobb and Co.'8 Mull Coaches, £15s. and £1.

CHAS. E. BIRKBECK,

3362 Agent,

S

TEAM TO SOUTH POET.

The Steamer PRESIDENT will leave J. Hart fc Co.'s wharf. Eagle-street, for Southport, at 8.30 o'clock THIS (Saturday) MORNING, returning on Monday.

J. W. SWAIN",

Agent.

o;ie . IS8 Queen-street.

T

HE QUEENSLAND STEAM SHIP-

PING COMPANY, LIMITED.

STEAM TO

MARYBOROUGH BUNDABERG

ROCKHAMPTON, and MACKAY.

The Steamship TALDORA will he despatched as above from Purbury's Eagle-street Wharf, on TUESDAY, 27tU February, ut 1 p.m.

Cargo now being received.

PARBURY, LAMB, & RAFF, LIMITED,

2720 Agonts.

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGA-

TION COMPANY intend despatchingthcir Steamers as follows, namely : TO SYDNEY

GOVERNOR BLACKALL, Monday, 20th instant, 12

noon.

ELAMANG, Wednesday, 2Sth instant. KATOOMHA, Friday, 2nd March.

TO MELBOURNE, FROM SYDNEY

CITY OK ADELAini:, Saturday, 3rd ; and LY-EE

MOON, Tuesday, Gth March.

TO MARYBOROUGH AND ROCKHAMPTON

RANELAGH, Monday, 2(ith instant, 11.30 a.m.

TO MARYBOROUGH. BUNDABERG, GLAD-

STONE, AND ROCKHAMPTON

LEICHHARDT, Monday, 2oth instant, G p.m. TO MACKAY

TINONEE. Tuesday, 27th instant.

TO MACKAY. BOWEN, TOWNSVILLE,

DUNGENESS, AND CARDWELL (seo foot- note*). CAIRNS. PORT DOUGLAS, and COOKTOWN, calling at Keppel Bay and Flat- top Island to lund Mails and Passengers

QUIKAIXG, This Day (Saturday), 21th instant,

9.30 a.m.

* Cargo and Passengers for Dungeness and Card-

well will be transhipped at Townsville. TO LEVUKA, Fiji, from Sydney

Steamer on arrival of Pacillc Mail, duo on or

about 8th proximo.

TO NOUMEA, Now Caledonia, from Sydney

Steamer about Friday, Otli proximo.

8tcerngo Passengers aro Victualled and supplied with Bedding.

NOTICE.-Cargo cannot be received for shipment later than one hour before departure of Steamers,

W. WILLIAMS,

Local Manager.

STEAM TO SYDNEY, NEWCASTLE,

MELBOURNE, GEELONG. MARY- BOROUGH, AND ROCKHAMPTON.

KARES GREATLY REDUCED BETWEEN

SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

The UNDERSIGNED will despatch their 8teamcrs (when practicable) as follows, from MUNICIPAL WHARVES, foot Queen-street.

Return Tickets issued to all Ports, available for three montlis.

Cargo recoived every day, and np to one hour boforo sailing of steamers.

Not ¡co to Passengers and Shippers. - The Steamers hereby leave Sydney for Melbourne three times a week, namely-Monday, Wednes- day, und Friday; Melbourne to Sydney, Tuesday, Thursday,and Saturday; also, leave Sydney for Brisbane, Maryborough, and Rockhampton every Tuesday and Friday.

WM. HOWARD SMITH & SONS,

6203 Foot of Qucon-slrect.

O

RIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.

The following ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS, bolonging to the Oriont and Paciiie Steam Navi- gation Companies, will leave for LONDON, via usual Ports and tho Suez Canal, as under :

Steamer.

Tons Reg.

Sydney.

Mel-

bourne.

Ade- laide.

1883.

1883. 1 1883.

4 P.M. LlOUlUA

J6GC

Murch 2

March 7 'Mardi 30

CBI'IIAIJONIA. .

5600

March 16

March 21 Murch 21 IBERIA..

J671

March 30 April 4

April 7

GARONNE

3870

April 13

April l8

April 30 May 11

April 21 POTOSI..

4219

April 25

May 3 ORIENT

5386

Muy 9

May 17 CIIIMBORARO..

3817

May 23

May 28

May 31 And fortnightly thereafter.

FARES TO LONDON-1C to 70 guineas.

For full particulars apply, in Brisbane, to .

«455_ B. D. MOREHEAD & CO.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM-

PANY.

OVERLAND ROUTE TO GREAT BRITAIN

THROUGH AMERICA.

"Tho Magnificent Steamships of this Lino leave 8YDNEY for SAN FRANCISCO (calling at AUCKLAND and HONOLULU) evory fourth THURSDAY, at 3 p.m.. as under:

Stoamor.

Tons. Dûtes of Departure.

Australia ..

City of Now York Zcalandia ..

City of Sydnoy ..

22 Mar. 19 Apl.

17 May. 14 Juno

1883.

12 July 211 Aug. 6 Sep. 4 Oct.

1883.

1 Nov.

29 Nov. 27 Dec.

1884.

24 Jan.

Time-tables for 1883 may bo had on application. THROUGH FARE-SYDNEY TO LONDON.

FirstiCloss .. .. £C0 and upwards. For all information apply t

B.T5. 11

53

MOREHEAD & CO.

?ENIN6ULAR AND ORIENTAL

STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Tho Company's Steamships (under Contract with the Victorian Government for tho convey- ance of Her Majesty's Mails) will bo despatched direct to London, via Colombo, as follows:

RtTm". Tons Leaves Leaves Leaves

steamer. Kcg sydney. Melbourne Adelaide

OMTDK INDUS

SIAM .. NIZAM

PARRAMATTA AUSTRALIA ..

4124 34G2 3026

1883.

Friday, 12 noon. Jan. 26 Feb. 9 Fob. 23 Alar. 9 Mar. 23

(Aiprll 6

1883.

Thursday, at 1 p.m.

Feb. 15 « March 1

March 15 March 29 April 12

Saturday Fob. 3 Feb. JJ

March 3 March Í7 March ,31 April 14 And thenceforth ovory alternative wo«k.

. Rates of Passage-money ;-To Plymouth or Loo don. «70 1st, and £45 3nd Class. To Brindle, Venioo, or Trieste £651st, and £10 2nd Class.

*or furthor particulars respecting Passage Monoy and Freight apply to

GEORGE HARRIS le CO., 1718

Agonts P. fc O.S.N. Company,

Brisbane.

Ö T E A M TO LONDON. QUEENSLAND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS.

Under Contract vrlth tho Queensland Govern-

ment.

The Splendid Steamship DORUNDA. 2977 tons, 400-horso power (nominal), will be despatched from Moroton Bay for London, via tho Northorn Queensland Ports. Batavia, and tho Suez Canal, on tho 28th FEBRUARY, at 1 p.m.

ThiB vessel has magnificent accommadation for * Iret-olflsB Passongors.

Faro to London-60 Guinoa«.

For rates of freight, plans of cabins, and further particulars apply to

GIBBS. BRIGHT, & CO., ) ,

B.D. MOREHEAD & CO,, f » '.. PARBURY. LAMB, & RAFF, Ç ¿Benia.

LJMITUP, ) 1847

F0

Shipping.

E LONDON DIRECT.

FOLLOWING THE SEPIA. The well-known and regular trader

RAMSEY,

Al at Lloyds, 707 tons register, Captain G. CATEH, is now receiving cargo at Messrs. Parbury. Lamb, & Raffs Wharr, South Brisbane, and will be de- spatched as above.

Wool and other produce taken at current rates. Superior accommodation for passeugers. For particulars apply to

GIBBS, BRIGHT, & CO. 1

PARBURY, LAMB, & RAFF, ( . t"

LIMITED f Agenu. B. D. MOREHEAD & CO. ) 2115

F

OE LONDON DIEEC'T.

The Clipper Ship

W A G O O L A ,

Al at Lloyd's, 350 Tons Register,

F. II. llUKDUHGH, Master,

having portion of her cargo now in store, will bo despatched as above.

Wool, Tallow, Hides, Preserved Moat, &a,

carried at lowest current rates.

Excellent accommodation for a few Saloon Pas-

sengers.

For Freight or Passago apply to

THE QUEENSLAND MERCAN- ^

TILL & AGENCY CO JIPAN Y, !.-"_,. LIMITED, > Agents. GEO. H. WILSON & CO., Ipswich J

_HOP

IEST VESSEL FOE SOUTH SEAS.

F

Tho Regular Brisbuno Trader

MADELINE

will positively bo despatched on TUESDAY, 27th February.

For return passnge apply to

JAMES MACMILLAN.

20S4 Eagle-street Wharf.

F

IEST VESSEL FOE SOUTH SEA

ISLANDS.

THE Brig EMILY will be despatched for the South Sea islands on the 28th February, taking returns. For rate of passage money, &c, apply io

SAMUEL HODGSON & CO., Agents,

2183 Crcck-strcet.

F

OE SALE, or CHAETEE, the

.~ON. Apply to

D. L. BROWN & CO.

steamer ARAKOON. Apply to

- * BR<.

Meeting«.

EXCHANGE AND COFFEE PALACE

COMPANY.

All gentlemen interested in formation of above are requested to attend MEETING, to be held in Oftice above Messrs. Grimes & Pctty's, MONDAY EVENING next, 8 p.m. 2S37

UEENSLAND CIVIL SEEVICE CO-

OPERATIVE COMPANY, LIMITED.

Q

The usual Half-yearly General Meeting having lapsed, ii General MEETING is herobv convened for TUESDAY, 27th February, nt 5.15 p.m., at tho Company's Stores, Edward-street, to receive tho half-yearly Report and Balance Sheet, and to transact such other business as may como before the meeting.

T. W. CONNAH.

2211 Chairman.

"DERKINS & CO., LIMITED.

The ADJOURNED FIRST ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders in Per- kins & Co., Limited, will bo held at this Registered Olllce of the Company, Mary-street, Brisbane, on FRIDAY, 30th March, 1863, at 3 o'clock in tho

afternoon.

To receive the First Yoarly Report and Balance

sheet.

To fix the Remuneration of the Directors.

To Elect four Directors in Ilio placo ol' the Hon. P. Perkins, M.L.A., lion. RD. Morehead. M.L.U., Hon. E. B. Forrest, M.L.C.. and E. Naumburg. Esq., who retire in accordance with Clause 01 of the Articles of Association.

To Elect two Auditore. By Order.

SAML. DALBY,

2701_Secretary.

Funeral Xotlcrx.

FUNERAL NOTICE.-The Friends of

Mr. GEORGE EDMONDSTONE. deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his FUNERAL; to leave his late residence, Pahroombin, Break- fast Creek, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock, for the General Cemetery.

WALTER BARRETT,

Undertaker.

2776 Petrie's Bight.

D

Fnrtiicritlif» Kullee*.

ISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. MESSRS. CHARLES JONES & CO.

The CO-PARTNERY carrying on business as Drapers und Outtltters in Queen-street and Ann street. Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, under the name of CHARLES JONES ii COMPANY. Of which the subscribers aro the solo partners, has of this date been DISSOLVED by mutual consent by the retirement of Mr. Begg.

The subscriber CHARLES HENRY JONES will oautlnuu to carry on tho business in all its branches lu the same premises und under the same iioiuo as formerly, and will pay all debts due by, and receive all debts due to, the sahl

co-paruicry,

Brisbane, 11th February, 1883.

CHARLES H. JONES WILLIAM HUGO.

Witness-C. E. SMITH, Solicitor, Brisbane. 2320

Educational.

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL

GIKLS.-ltrincl.iial, MISS RUSHER. Ivy Lodge. Spring Hill, corner of Fortescue and Boun- dary streets. 8800

E

TON PREPARATORY SCHOOL

FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS,

NUNDAH.

Boys prepared for the Grammar School, Civl.

Service Examination, and Business.

A. J. BOYD,

2153 Head Master.

M«KICIII Jiwtracllon.

MR. and the MISSES ATKINSON

RESUMED LESSONS on

PIANOFORTE, SINGING, AND ENGLISH

CONCERTINA 22.VD JANUARY.,

Address care of Cordon ti Goteh. ' 1020

"VTUSIC, SINGING, AND HARMONY

MRS. WELCIÍMAN. of tho CONSERVA- TOIRE HANOVER. Pupil of Herr Lunge. Kocnlgllchcr KupeUmcistcr, is prepared to give LESSONS lu tho above. Apply Kingston, Harrls-torrace, 2021

"VTIOLIN, PIANO, AND SINGING

Mr. JEFFER1ES bqgg to inform his friends and tho public that having withdrawn from business, ho is now prepared to accept PUPILS forlnstruo tion in tho above, or for accompanying lessons.

Mr. J. will also undertako arrangements for Concerts, &c.

Mary-stroot, opposite Queensland Club, or Music Warehouse Company._177

BuDlaeis 1'artf«.

A E. CORNELL, .Ü-» ACCOUNTANT & AUDITOR,

COMMISSION, INBÜKANCK, AVO ESTATK AGENT.

Now Zealand Buildings, 227 Qucon-Btrcot. 32

HOUSE FACTOR mid GENERAL

ESTATE AGENT. G. T. C. LANG Quecn-stroot, opposite tho Tronsury. 1810

J JEAYES, LICENSED SuBveroit (late

. Road Survoyor for tho Moreton District). Survey« made Estates Subdivided. Ofllccsovcr Flavetto Uros., Qucon-streut. 703S

A E D O E & JOYNT,

AUCTIONEERS,

LAND AND COMMISSION AGENTS,

ANO

GENERAL BROKERS,

Agontsfor North Queensland Sugar Country, .

TOWNSVILLE,

P

T

Entertainment«.

HEATEE ROYAL.

Lessees . The Messrs. POLLARD. Stage Manager .. .. T. POLLARD.

MONDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY.

GRAND REAPPEARANCE OK POLLARD'S

WONDiniKUL

LILIPUTIAN OPERA COMPANY.

After n most triumphant tour through the colonies, will produce, by special request. Plun qnette's most successful Comic Opera,

THE CHIMES OF NORMANDY,

with nil tho original scenery, dresses, and spec- tacular effects, and a Chorus and Orchestra of 100 Performers, under the Conductorbhip of J. J. Pol- lard, jim.

Prices of Admission-Dress Circle, Is.; Stalls, 3s.; Pit, Is.

Box plan at the Queensland Music Warehouse, where scats can be secured a week in advance; also packets of six tickets for Dress Circle, ano guinea. Tickets for Stalls and Pit at Meyors's, Tobacconist, Queen-street.

Full Rehearsal for the Bund and Chorus This Morning, ut 10 o'clock sharp.

C. A. POLLARD,

2S10 Manager.

TOWN HALL, SANDGATE.

MADAME MALLALIEU'S CONCERT

will take place THIS (Saturday) EVENING, ata quarter to 8. Admission, 2s. 6(1. and Is. ' 2838

Ö T . DAVID'S DA Y . U1R OES I'll CYMHU, CYMRAA CHYMRAEG

The Welsh people residing in Queensland will

hold a

TEA-MEETING

IN TUB

PROTESTANT HALL, ANN-STREET,

ON

THURSDAY. 1ST MARCH.

Tea on tho tables at half-past 6.

After Tea a CONCERT will be held, commenc- ing ut S o'clock, nt which Welsh and English National Songs will be rendered.

Chairman : Hon. S. W. GRIFFITH, M.L.A. Tickets, 2s.; Children, half-price.

OPENING SONG.

(By the Choir und tho Audience-Music, "Men of

" Harlech.")

O'ER THE HILLS OK CAMURIA. Wele'r brcnin wedi gym

Uyddyn dros fynyddoedd Cj inru, Ond pan fyddant fcirw foru,

Huws fydd d« end en rhi'j Wele'r nos yn talluii Mantell

Mae hi'n dawel ond yu dy well, Mown ystufcll yu y Castell.

Hunwn bono wnawn,

Dwyrc Iwch ydewrion, Meirw dadnti Mellion Yn uicli plant cewch clio fyw

Em penaelli yw Ap Kinion ;

Ni chaill'lorwerth falch na Phenfro Wel'd y Castell li wit yn Sorthio Eogaiirsefyllcanrif otto

Harlech aitfa hi.

O'ER Tin: HILLS OF CAMURIA, O'er the hills of Cambria hoary,

Edward's legions seek now glory, But the moon shall seo them gory

On tlic mountain crest;

Hills and (lulos ibu similes encumber, In their tolillngs without number. In tlie castle we shall slumber

Peacefully at rest;

Sacred dust of Merion, Futhors of our union Fatherland we will defend,

Unbending is Ap Eildon; To tlic king wo bid doiiance,

Herbert shall not lind compliance. Libert} is our reliance.

Harlech shall be blest,

PROGRAMME :

CHAIRMAN'S A»DHI:SS. 1. Overture-"Home, Sweet

Homo,".Brinloy Richards. 2. Choir- "Hunting Chorus,"

3. Solo-"YniuchitiUyinru" Songs of Wales. 1. Solo-"'Tis I that nurses

Baby".Prince of Wales

Cantata.

5. Duet-" Y Ddau Fonvr" Joseph Purry.

6. An Address.

7. Song-" 1 wisgo'r Aur

Goron" .Songs of Wales, 8. Dnot-"Tho Wind and tho

Harp" .S. Glover.'

9. Choir-"Canigyr Hat" .. Gwilym Gwent.

10. An Address.-In Welsh. 11. Duct-On the Piano.

12. Solo- *. Ciyehuu A ber-

ilo voy" .Songs of Wnlcs, 13. Solo-"Ap Slicnkin" (Eng-

lish) .Songs of Wales.

II. An Address,

15. Duet^-" Betty Wyn fy

Nghariad" (by request) Mills. I 16. Choir " Canig, Nant y

Mynydd".J. Thomas,

17. Solo-"Man uf War" .. J. L. Hatton.

18. An Address.

It). Duet-"Mary and Mor-

gan" .Uehnlaw. 20. Choir-"Sailor Chorus"

21. Solo and Chorus-"Hen

«lad fyMiaduu.. .. J.James.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN 1 3S19

A GRAND MUSICAL and DEA

MATIU ENTERTAINMENT will- bo given in Aid of LhoSOUTH BRISBANE CATHO- LIC SCHOOLS, at

THE ALBERT HALL,

OX ' MONDAY EVENING NEXT. I

Leader of Orchestra-Signor A. UKXVKNUTJ, Pianiste- Mrs. J. KELLY.

Prices-Chairs,33. ; Second Scats, 2B. 2806

!,«.<.. uri«.

L 13 E It T HALL

THE STORY OK THE EARTH, us revealed in Die rocks, mid related by the well-known Geolo- gist mid Eloquent Popular Lecturer, WILLIAM

DK.VI o.v.

GEOLOGY, ITS SCIENCE AND ITS POETRY, ina course of SIX LECTURES, com- mencing TUESDAY, 27th February.

These Lectures will bo illustrated by hundreds of mugnillccnt paintings and photographs. Illu- minated by tho o\y-hydrogon light, lormlng a grund panorama of creation.

FIRST LECTURE, TUESDAY, 27th FEB- RUARY, " The Fiery Beginning of Our Plauet."

SECOND LECTURE, WEDNESDAY. 28th Februury, "The World before Life, and tho Ocean that once covered Australia."

THIRD LECTURE, THURSDAY, 1st Mareil. " Tlie Coal und Salt Periods."

FOURTH LECTURE, FRIDAY, 2nd March, " Tlie Ago of Hundios."

FIFTH LECTURE. SATURDAY. Sid March, " The Ace of Beasts and Advent of Man."

SIXTH LECTURE, fith March, " The Glacial Period and Age of Man."

OWXIONB OK THE PRESS.

(Fivm the JJandigû Advertiser.)

" PROKESSEO« DEMON'S VISIT TO SANDHURST. -Weare much within tlic murk when we Buy that those who luid tlie pleasure of hcurlng bim wont away convinced that the fumo of tho lecturer had not been exuggcratcd, und that «hut they had heard of him did not give them uny just liku of

what wus in store for than."

Tickets, for the Course of Six Lectures (trans- ferable)-Front Scats, 12B.; Second Seat«, 8s.; Hack Seats, 4s. ; Single Admission, IB., 2B., ami 3s.

TickctB may be obtained at Queensland Music Warehouse. Watson, Ferguson, & Co., und H. Smith und Co., Booksellers, Queen-street. 2793

Vont, Beward», ¿e.

4*K REWARD.-LOST, or taken out 35*4tt of Victoria Park, 1 croain PONY, branded AS8 nour shoulder; also 1 bay HORSE, FG near shoulder. The above will bo paid on delivery to M'LE.V.VA.N'S Stables, Eliaiboth strcct. 2628

£*?* á\á\ REWARD.-Whereas certain d&XW SPURIOUS IMITATIONS of E, & J. BURKE'S SPECIALITIES aro being sold in tho United States, each bottlo with fuc-Himilo labels (bearing the nnmo and trado-mark of E. & J. Burko, of Dublin), and capsules (supposed to be of European manufacture) with the miine of Bolts & Co., London. We, tho undersigned' hereby conjointly oil'cr n Reward of £100 for such Information as will lead to a discovery of tho makers of such counterfeit labels and capsules.

(Signed) BETTS & CO.,

Wharf-road. City-road, London, E. & J. BURKE,

7711 10 Bncholor's-wnlk, Dublin.

rrnreHHlouiil .Voltee».

G.

TEEVERNE HOCKIN, M.R.C.S.

. England, L.H.C.P. and L.M., Ed., luto House Surgeon St, Bartholomew's Hospital, Lon- don, und ilCHldent Clinical Assistant at tho City of London Cheat Hospital, lias COMMENCED PRACTICE ut SOUTHPORT. 2058

CHAfs. E. BIRKBECK, Shipping, For

warding, Commission, and Custom Houso

Ag0nt,CJty Wharf, Brisbane. AKontforCuJgOB.s. 6

Bcllglouft Announcements.

THE UNITED EVANGELISTIC

SERVICES aro CONTINUED in the Theatre Royal, Elizabeth-street, every SUNDAY EVEN- ING, at half-past 8 o'clock. Sankey's Hymns used, no charge made ; all welcome. Come. G171

Tendern.

T

C O NTR ACTORS.

EXTENSION OF TIME.

Tho TENDERS for tho Erection of a DWEL- LING-HOUSE at Now Farm will bo received at noon of THURSDAY, 1st March.

RICHARD GAILEY,

2790 Architect, Queen-street.

TENDERS required for Addition to

HOTEL.

Tenders to bo sent in beforo noon on SATUR- DAY, 3rd March.

Plans and Specification to be sont in lo

A. STOMBUCO, Architect,

No. 3 Australian Chambers,

25G2 Queen-street.

TTHACA DIVISION.

TENDERS will bo, received up to Noon of TUESDAY, the Gth March next, for the Oflico of Inspector.

Tenders must bo endorsed and addressed to (ho Chairman, 200 Queen-street.

All particulars can be obtained at tho Board's

Oftlco.

The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac-

cented.

By Order.

F. SLAUGHTER,

Divisional Clerk.

Brisbane, 23rd February, 1883. 2S13

IN the ESTATE of E. C. ARDEEN,

of Gympie, in Liquidation.

TENDERS will be called for STOCK-IN TRADE, FIXTURES, and LEASE of Premises in the nbovo Estato In tho course of a fow days. Stock-in-Trado consists of Drapery and Boots and Shoes, now, nnd In<first-class condition. The Fixtures aro now, and the Premises good brick buildings in tho best part of Mnry-stroct, Gympie. For further particulars, apply to R. A. JORDAN, Esq., caro of James Hunter, Esq., Ehzaboth

strect.

GEO. CANNON.

731 Trustee.

TENDERS invited from persons willing

to LEASE for a term of years, the Property known us HERRENSCHMIDT'S FARM (700 acres arable land), Blackfellow'« Creek, Galton; sixty miles from Brisbane, four miles from Rail- way Station; securely fenced, ampio farm and homestead buildings; permanent wator; lias been partly cultivated. Particulars on application to Henry Box & Son, Edward-street, Brisbane.

R. It. ROU,

WILLIAM D. BOX,

2139 Executors of tho late G. A. 1 lorrenschmidt.

Public Nuilee».

B

E1SBANE GEAMMAE SCHOOLS.

Tho ANNUAL COMMEMORATION of tho FOUNDATION of the BOYS' SCHOOL will bo held on WEDNESDAY, Hie 28lli February.

The Honourable Sir Charles Lilley, lit., tho Chief Justico of Queensland, will take tlio Chair at half-past 2 p.m., und will distribute tho Medals, University prizes, and Certificates, won at.the recent University Examinations.

His Honour will then proceed to LAY the FOUNDATION STONE of tho Girls' Grammar School, on the silo solapan for I ho building, in tho vicinity of the Boys' School. ,

Tho Trustees hope to see a full attendance of parents and others interested in Hie schools.

By order of tho Trustees.

- W. II. OSBORNE.

_ Secretary. Brisbane, 21st February, 18S3. 201)2

A R L Y C L O S I1 N, G.

E

To encourage tho Early Closing Movement, Hie premises of tho undersigned will be CLOSED on SATURDAYS nt 1 p.m. on and after Satur- day, Gth January, 1883.

J. S. MANWARING, i

SS91 , Queon-stroot.

YMPIE GAS COMPANY,

LIMITED.

G

A CALL (No. 0) of One Shilling is duo Ilth March, 1883; payable to WILLIAM J. DANIELL

Pro Secretary

2823 Gympie Gas Company, Limited.

MESSRS. A, LOMEJt & CO., to meet

Hie requirement« of tlioir increasing busi- ness, had to lit NEW and COMMODIOUS ROOMS, and to increase tlioir STAFF of SKILLED ARTISTS.

PERFECT WORK In their well-known stjle. CARTES DI: VISITE, 7s. IM. per do/.en.

Most beautiful enlargements on procelain, from 10s. upwards. Old pictures resuscitated. 7713

"\rOTfCE.-On and after 181 h ¡nstoiil, -LI my Shop «ill bo CLOSED on SUNDAYS.

L. M'KINNON,

Butcher,

2121 ücorgo-slreet.

POULTRY, Fresh EGGS, and BUTTER

Tlireo Timos a wock. Poultry dressed and sent lo all parts of town and suburbs at shortest

notice.

J, VON DOHREN, Egg and Poultry Merchant, Gcorgo-Htrcct. 2s2(l

"PERKINS & CO., JJ MIT ED.

The TRANSFER BOOKS of the above Com- pany will lie CLOSED from Sllli to 30th March,

188.'!. inclusivo.

By Order of tho Board.

SAML. DALBY,

Secretary. Brisbane, 23rd February, 1883. 27Ö2

U B L I O' N O T ICE

Having TliiB Day DISPOSED of tho UNDER- TAKING BUSINESS carried on by mo for tho past seven years to Mr. JNO. SMITH, ol Eliza- beth-street, I tnko this opportunity of thanking those who havo favoured ino with tlioir orders, and would respectfully solicit Hutt my successor may be accorded tho same support.

WILLIAM WALSH,

Gcorgo-strect, Brisbane. Witness : C. E. DIHKIIIXK. 12th February, 1883.

REFERRING to the above, tho Inhabitants of

Brisbane and Suburbs aro respectfully noti- fied that having Purchased tho «bolo of the Business, Plant, Stock, &c, &c., hitherto carried on by W.M. WALSH, Undertaker, Gcorge-stroct, tho undersigned is now in u position to furnish Funerals with the utmost respectability mid promptitude under his personal supervision, und at tho samo Liberal Seule of Charges us has bcon adopted In tho past by his predecessor. j

First and Second-class Funerals. Real Ostrich Plumes.

Offices (us hlthorto). George-street, open day and night; also Elizabeth-street, nearly opposito tho Cathedral, open daytime only.

JNO. SMITH.

THE WHARF-STREET PENNY

BANK will bo OPEN In tho Congregational Church from 7.30 to &30 p.m. THIS (.Snturdnj) EVENING. H. J. HOLMES, Hon. Trea

sgrcr._ 2821

HE CITY AND SUBURBAN VER

MANENT BUILDING AND INVEST- MENT SOCIETY, BRISBANE.

OFKJOMJ: 223 QUEEN-STREET.

BPECIAL NOTICE.

The Socloty Is now giving 7 por oont Interest for Deposits tilted for twelve months.

HENRY J. OXLEY,

1002 Hot-rotary.

UlvMminl Una Ki Mollee*.

TTHACA DIVISION.

NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS AND

GOATS.

OWNERS of GOATS or DOGS in tho »novo Division aro hereby informed Hint By-law No. 7, making it compulsory on thurn to pay u tax, &c, is now in torco. , , ,

All particulars and copy of By-law to bo had at the omeo of tho Hoard, 200 Quoon-Btreot.

All Goats or Dogs Unregistered aftor tho 2ith day of February next will bo destroyed.

By order. .

v F. SLAUGHTER.

Dlv. Clerk. Brisbane, 22nd January, 1883: 1H7

Ironmongery, Ac.

C KLING NER,

. WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL ,!

FURNlSIlINGIRONMONGERnndlMPORTER, Has just landed a Largo Stock of ENGLISH, FOREIGN, mid AMERICAN GOODS, which will he Sold 25 per cent Cheaper to make room for other Goods landing. i

AMERICAN STOVES Always in Stock.

Inspection Invited.

C. K L'I N G NBR,

. 105 QUEEN-STREET,

BRISBANE. 2709,

FOSTER' & KELK,

(Late BROOKES & FOSTER,)

HARDWARE MERCHANTS

AND

FURNISHING IRONMONGERS,

BRISBANE, Have JUST LANDED

American Axes, Tomahawks, Collins's Picks Nishwitz's Corn Shelters, two-wheel Eaglo Corn Shelter's, two-wheel

Lawn Sprinklers, American Hammers Scroll Saws and Lathes combined

Family Grindstones, Finishing Nails

Mitre Boxes and Saws, Coe's Wrenches American Lemon Squeezers Lawn Mowers, Union Scales Sanitary Wire Mattresses

Saws-Lightning, Pruning, Compass, Hand, Otto-

man, and Crosscut

Pick and Axe Handles, Bench Screws

Perambulators (American), with four wheels Euroka Wringers

American Shovels and Spades, Boys' ditto '

American Bush Hooks

Barber's Braces, Oil Stones >

Steel Mattocks

Eight Dozon American Clocks, all patterns

Wood Flour Pails, Knife Trays, Washboards Cedar Tubs, Cedar Koolera, Tablo Mats Mechanical Lumps, Canvas Lounges

"Light of tho Ago" Kerosine Oil-Double Refined

Water Whito, Perfectly Safe. 1010 ' /GENERAL AND FURNISHING

IRONMONGERS.

BROOKES & NOBLE

Respectfully notify to their Friends and the General Public that their Shop is NOW OPEN for Business, with a large and well-nssorled Stock of ovory description of

HARDWARE GOODS,

which B. & N. can oller at rates which will bo found satisfactory to customers.

Purchasers can rely on the good und durablo quality of every article.

BROOKES & NOBLE.

(In tho Promises lately occupied by Messrs.

Grimes & Petty.) 2617

KCIUOVUIN.

R

M O

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LAND MORTGAGE

AND AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED.

Tho Ofiloos of this Company have hoon RE- MOVED to 180 Quoen-strcot, vacated by ' tho National Mutual Association,

FRANCIS BRYANT,

356 , Manager.

R

E U O V A L N O 'J' I (J Ui

SAMUEL MAXWELL, Houso Painter, Deco- rator, and Importer of Pialo and Shoot Window Glass, Puporliungings, Whtlo Lead, Oils and Colours, lirushwuro, 'Varnishes, Glaziers' Dia- monds, Kulsonilno, and every requisito in tho trado, is REMOVING to No. «2 Quoon-slrcol, where ho will hold a MONSTER SALIS AT PRICES HITHERTO UNHEARD OF for Olio Month, commcnoiiig 5th March, 1883. , '

Noto tho Address

S. MAXWELL,

2601 !)2 Quoon-strccl.

THE Undersigned have REMOVED to

their now Warehouses, CharloUo-slreet, one romovo from Edward-street. ,

BRABANT & CO.'.

Charlottoslroot, Brisbane,

And at Great St. Helen's, London, ICO. 101 i

S

..».«ellery.

N O W BRO T 11 E E S,

IMI'ORTKRS.

Ex ALMORA:

LADIES' GOLD AND SILVIill AND DIA

MOND JEWELLERY

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S GOLD AND

SILVER WATCHES

STERLING S1LVEII PLATE CLOCKS .

ELECTRO-SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS

SALVERS, KETTLES, ETC. BISCUIT BOXES, BUTTER COOLERS, JS'IO, FANCY GOODS. '.' '

NOVELTIES BY EVERY MAIL.

SNOW BROTHERS,

MANUFACTURE«! JEWKLLERS, PRACTICAL

WATCHMAKERS, ETC.,

QUEEN-STREET.

ItoofaH IIIIII Hliilloiicry.

A ROUT TO BE PUBLISHED.

)

PRICE, 3S.; POSTED, 3s. 0D.

"T HE SUGAR CANE,

ITS CULTURE AND MANUFACTURE, , Spoolnlly adapted to Queensland,"

HV

A. A. GIRAUD.

Orders rocolved by tho Publishers,

WATSON, FERGUSON, & CO. 2812

GORDON & GOTCU, Queen-street, Bris-

bane,

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONKRB,

GENERAL NEWSPAPER AND ADVERTISING

AGENTS,

Aro the AUTHORISED AGENTS, and reçoive

Advertisements for all the

LEADING NEWSPAPERS IN AUSTRALIA Which aro filed for Freo publio inspection in tho

News Room,

AND ALSO FOR

THE QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS,

OK'WHICH THKV ARK THE SOLK LESSEES.

Tho attention of Auctioneers, Shipping Agonts Publie Companies, Importers, llotol Proprietors, and Tradesmen gonorully is requested to the udvuntugcB of Advertising at tho Railway

Stations.

The Lessees supply, if required, CARDS, DILLS

and FRAMES

Particulars and Ratos on application. 120

H

O W IN THE PRESS.

VOLUME II.

"YOUNG IRELAND."

A FRAGMENT OF IRIBII HIHTORT,

HY

SIR CHAS. GAVAN DUFFY, K.C.M.O.H.

A Special Australian Eaitlon of Vol. II. of the above great work will bo issued on un ourly date, uniform with Vol. I.

Largo Crown 8vo, Croon Cloth, Prico 10s. Cd"

posted, 12s,

P. J. BYRNE,

DUULI.N BOOK AND STATIONERY WAKKHOUBK,

187 QUKK.V-BTRKKT. K21

Situation* Wnnfeil or Taca II f.

[Cash Advertisements under this head not exceed-

ing fourteen words are inserted for SIXPENCE.]

4 SS1STANT JUNIOR wanted for tho Grocery X1. Trade. Apply Penny nnd Beirno, Too woomba. 2729

A PRENTICES wanted for Cabinetmaking, -ii- Turnery, and Polishing. Apply Furnituro Bazaar, Roma and Turbot streets. 2G37

A USTRALTAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SO -il. CIETY.-A Travelling Medical REFEREE required, lull particulars on application in person or by letter addressed Rcsldont Seorotarv, Branch Ofllco, Brisbane. 27'.'(i'

BOYS wanted to sell tho "Tribune." Apply 90

George-street, This Morning.

BLACKSMITHandWHEELWniGHTwnntcd

Apply Hood & Binnie, Edward-street. 2737

BOOKKEEPER wanted. Apply by letter only,

enclosing copies of testimonials, age, and salary required, lo A.B. 0" "Courier" Ofllco. 2722

BOOK and STOREKEEPER wanted for a

Barcoo Station ; must understand Book- keeping by double entry, nnd ono who has had experience on a Sheep Station. For furl lier par- ticulars apply to Wm. Sloane & Co., KM Elizabolh street. , 2093

T»RISBANE HOSPITAL.

I

APPLICATIONS for tito appointment of SENIOR RESIDENT SURGEON from duly qualillcd medical men will bo received nt the Olllco. 150 Elizabeth-street, up to Noon of 3rd APRIL, 18S3. Salary ¡C500 per annum willi quarters only. The successful candidato will bo required lo enter into an ngreomont willi the Commit teeto observe tho Rules and By-laws of

the Institution.

By Order.

J. L. BOURNE.

2C87 Secretary.

COMPETENT ASSISTANT GOVERNESS

wanted for a School: good vocal and instru- mental music indispensable. Apply to Mrs. Leo, Milton, next door to Mr. Hassall. 2723

ERRAND BOY wanted. N. Lade, Qucon

strcct.

I EXPERIENCED Bookkeeper seeks ENGAGE-

AI MENT; warehouse or general merchants. Accountant, Box 130, General Post Olllco. 2137

ENGAGEMENT wanted as GOVERNESS to

children; English, French, and Music; no objection to country. Apply T. li., ".Courier" olllco. 270(1

/-tOOD SHOPMAN wanted. Apply Co-oiicra VI" tivc Company, Qucen-stroot. 283!)

GOOD GENERAL SERVANT wanted nt once.

Mrs. Richmond, Botanic House, Upper Margaret-street. 2052

GENERAL SERVANT wanted; must have

good references. Apply Mrs. John Brown, Ferry-street, Kangaroo l'oint. _ 2801

HOUSE and PARLOURMAID wauled. Apply

Mrs. Dlakunoy, South Brisbano; references required. - 2821

MPROVERS and STRONG LADS wanted for _ Hie trade. A. 'M'Lcaii, Conchbutldor nnd Implement Jinker. 2773

LAUNDRESS, also WOMAN to wash hy the

day, wanted. Mrs. Scott, Ervlngstone, South Brisbane. , . 271«)

PAINTERS wanted. Apply Nnsli & Co., Vul-

ture-street, West End. 2832

UALIFIKIJ MEDICAL MAN wanted for

Hospital. Terms, £300 por annum, and oxlonsivo private practico. Apply hy wiro to

A. A. MA YOU.

2780 Secretary Hodgkinson District Hospital.

SITUATION wanted ns BUTCHER'S CLERK ;'

i wages no object. Address M. N., "Courier" Olllce. . 2010

SITU ATI O'N wanted, nt once, ni HOOK

KEEPER lu a Wholesale House. Excellent

references. Apply C. li., "Courier" Olllco. 2700

SURVEYING.-To Parents and Guardians.

The undetslgned Is prepared tolakoiwo(2) Articled PUPILS, Early application nceossary as (ho Survey Party is proceeding out Wcsl Im- mediately. Apply to J. D. Stcelo, Licensed Sm vcyor, Warwick. »MS

TWO HOYS wanted for tho ofllco. K. Barnett

& Co. 2S2I

of the wholesale trade. Apply H. M. Re

Quoon-slreet. 2S30

mWO BOYS wanted to wash bottles. Apply ni A Lamb's, Table Beor Manufacturer. .'ID Boundary-street, Spring Hill. 2833

TINSMITHS wanted, used to moat works.

Apply, by telegram, lo Thoa, Smith, Manager, Oaklands M. P. Works, Maryborough. UKO

nuiLDr.vt: AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY OF MARYBOROUGH.

Q

Applications for tho appointment of SECRE- TA II Y to the nboio Society «ill hu recelvod bi- llie Dlreelurs up to 21th I'Vlirunry. staling quali- fient Inns mid hillary required.

Address caro of

It. W. HALKET.

Secretary ino. tim. Keith's Chambers.

Hu/aar-MrccI, Maryboiough. 207">

WANTED by a first-class tradesman,

JOBBING PAINTING and PAPER HANGING. Lowest prices. Address W. O., Kolonie House, Upper Mnrgurot-Htreot. 2780

WANTED for the suburb«, ii domesticated

young lady ns NURSERY GOVERNESS; must benblo to teach music; one who linn been out before preferred. Apply Miss Rea, 5 Queen streut. 2772

TirANTEl) for a Station near Gladstone, a V> SMART YOUNG MAN. tomuko himself generally useful on a cattle station. Apply to John Kennedy, at Bueklaml's MuH, 2,'i'i Queen street. 2770

YOUNG LADY wanted for Stat loner's and

Fancy floods Store at Mackay. Apply Miss

Rea, Queen-street._2723

Mlsrcllnnrons.

lirANTK!) to Rent a DAIRY EARM. Aiiply >» PostOfllco, Mount Gravatt. 2.i25

WANTED Known, ALLSOPP'S ALE, last

October brow, ex tho Mull Steamer Almora, now on draught. Belfast Hotel, Qucen-slrnet. 2351

WANTED Known, tho Courier supplied and

delivered ut Is. por wook by E. II. AmiN nuix, Courier and Quecnalander Valley Branch Olllco, Brunswick-street. 910

WANTED at tho South Brisbane Branch Ofllco

ORDERS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS to he inserted in (ho Courier and Queenslander. If. W. HAHKi.Kit, Stanley-stroot. 776

WANTED Known, ADVERTISEMENTS for

the C'ourfcrreceivcd up to 0 p.ip. dally by E. II. Altl/NDKM., Courier and Quecnalander Valloy Branch Ofllco, Briinswick-Btreot. 939

WANTED to Bell, from ono to 3000 Volumes

Second-hand BOOKS', also to Purchase, for cash, Immigrants' Luggage, Lufl-ofl' Wearing Apparel, Books, Tools, &c. J. (JOI.HKI:H, (¡I and 00 Edwurd-Htroet, 3950

WANTED Known, that tho Standard, Ellas

Howo, Singer's, Homo Companion, Homo Shuttle SEWING MACHINES can bo bud at I/.ATT & MITCHKIX'B, next tho General Post Olllco, Queeu-slrcvt. 2850

\rOUNG Lady offers Evonlng LESSONS (French,

drawing, music, or English) in cM'lmugu for bedroom and partial board, within easy distance of Milton. K. S.U., "Courier" Ofllco. 2717

IIOIIHCN. «le.. To Iel.

[Cash Advertisements under this head not oxeced

ing fourteon wordB aro Inserted for SIXIUÏKUK.]

SOUTHPOHT.-To Lot. NORFOLK COT-

TAGE; well furnished. John Cameron, Town Hall. 2787

SOUTHPORT.-TO LET. comfortably-furnlshod ,

four-roomed COTTAGE, fucin« beach, i M. ' Armstrong, Customs, Brlsbunc. 2711 I

Houses, «le, To let.

SANDGATE.-TO LET, furnished, Tlic FLO-

RENCE BOARDING-HOUSE, containing spacious dining-room, sitting-rooms, and 10 bed- rooms, with stables ; the house is undergoing a completo renovation, and lo a suitable person presents an opportunity seldom lo be met with. John Potts, 150 Queon-strcet, Brisbane. 2725 Z

T

T

0 LET, PADDOCK !» Acres at Toowong W. II. Wilson, Solicitor. 2U20

110 LET. North Quay, Six-roomed HOUSE. &c.

. E, J. Bennett, Milton Bridge. 2759

O LET, BELLE VUE COTTAGE, furnished Apply Mrs. Twino, on the premises. 2756

TO LET.-Our centrally situated and commo

dious STORES in Queen-street. MAURIOS D. BENJAMIN & Co. 4929

rpo LET, Furnished, ALPHA COTTAGE; nino X rooms; next Auvern Apply John Cameron.

rpo LET for a term, VILLA RESIDENCE, th« X Beach, Sandgate, containing twelve rooms

now and furnished. Apply J. H., .'Courier'. Olilco. 605

rpO LET, SHOP PREMISES in Queen X street, with largo cellar and buck yard, &o. lumínico from Adelaide-street. L'. Hooker Ss Son, Town Hall. 1^33

mo LET, the STORE and PREMISES, in Mary X street, at present in the occupation of Messrs! B. D. Morehead S: Co. For particulars apply to Jolm Cameron, Town Hall. 2UD9

TO LET, a good Family RESIDENCE on Wick'i

ham-lcrracc, near the Observatory, now i

tim occupation of tho lion. J. Douglas. Apply to Mr. John Cameron, Town Hull. 2711

TO LET, ono of ihosc nowly-creeled SHOPS

Geoigo-street, adjoining Pago's Buildings; will bo lifted up to suit the requirements of in- coming tenant. Apply David Love, Queen street. ' 610

rpo LET, Largo and Commodious OFFICES in X those Central Promises now in course oí completion at the corner of Queen mt Albert streets; entrance from Queon-strcet possession on 1st Mareil. Grimes & Petty. 2098

rpo LET, tho two remaining SHOPS and DWED. X LING-HOUSEb omuiuccd in the cvteiibiva rango of buildings now in courso of erection at tho corner of Elizabeth and Albert streets. Apply to JOHN CAMERON, Town Hall. 11C0

O'connell Town, Bowen Bridge road; six (0) small rooms, verandah front and sulo, set copper, outhouses, and stables. Address Mrs. W. Stokes, opposite Acton's Store, O'connell Town. 2572

TO LET, Tor a term of two years, THE HER

M ITAU E, Slier« ood; elgin minutes wnlk from tho railway station; abundance of good water; charming view from verandah ; riven frontage. Apply to G. T. Bell & Co., Georgcj

Bl root. 2069

Itonril anil Itvslileiice.

BOARD and RESIDENCE.-Vacancy for ono

Gentleman. Mrs. Morton, Mui'lin-strcet, Boweii-tcrraco. 2788

c

PRIVATE FAMILY HOTEL.

NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE.

NEAR RAILWAY Sr.vnoN. 1321

GOWRIE HOUSE, WIOKIIAM-TERRACE.

Gentlemen und families desirous of ii select and comfurtublo residenco will lind Gowrio IIouso in ovcry way fully adapted to tlieic wishes. 2150

T

H E W O O - D T, A N D

SOUTHPORT.

Mrs. 11EETIIAM bogs lo announce to hcí friends and the public that she is now ready to receive vlsilorsut her now and commodious resi- dence, known nu "The Woodlands,"havingc\cry convenience, and commandingn spluiidid view

the sea,

Tho rooms arc largo, lofl v, und well ventilated.

VlHltors tu Southport iii\ourmg Mr«. B, will lind ovcry requisite lor comfort and amusement.

Tho Jutty is now completo, so that visitero trill, bo able to land on I he bpot. 79-0

I TACA.WIES for two (iontlonioii. A ill cine, V Wlckhum-leiiuco. ->;J7

,4 THEODOLITE TO li SALE, In swleu- ., -/-JL did oider. Price, J:2.i cash. Apply to R. F.

HASSALL, KSIL, Licensed fern veyor, Ipswich, 2C01 >

Ij^Oll SALE, cheap, Lady's SADDLE

- nearly now; a llr»t-cluss Double-barrel GUN, by Westlov Richards, in wood c.ihe and leather ease; Ceilai COUNTER, 101't. long^ JA.MI:H MARTIN, C1 vol Cat, ,'¡6 Qucoii-slrcet. 271)8

VOLUNTEER LANU-ORDKRS TOR

SALE.

DAVID LOVE,

l8 Queen-street.

IS III. I li ess lor Stile.

AKIRXT-OLASS laying 11 OTK L for

DISPOSAL in the heart ol the i Hy. Apply QUINLAN, «¡RAV. & Co. ÜJÜ»

"I7IOR SAJiE.-A (iEXERAL STORE -JT KEKPEIt'S BUSINESS, al Eton, near. Mackay. Al the contre III the most extensivo

producing circle lu tho Mackay district, and the , terminus of the Mackay and Eton Railway.

Tlic above business and promises, for Suit1. . , Apply to (leorgo billilli, Mackay Wharf; or to ( Parbury, Lamb, JC Rall'. Limited, Brisbane -775

«llncliliicry, .ti-.

c

«J LA VTON & Sill ITTL E WORTH,

STAMP END WORKS, LINCOLN; 78 LOMBARD-STREET, LONDON.

it-fr The Royal Agricultural Society of England lune uwaided every First Pri/o lo CUjton Se .Shuttlowoilh tor Portable and otlior Steam Engines since 18KI, and Prize» at every Meeting al which tlmy lmvu competed since I8IU.

STEAM ENGINES. PORTABLE AND FIXED For Coals, Wood, Straw, and evory kind of Kuol. THRASHING MACHINES,

STRAW, CORN, AND DAY ELEVATORS, CHAFF CUTTERS FUR S.TEAM POWER, GRINDING MILLS. SAW BENCHES,

TRACTION ENGINES, ETC.

Gold Medals and othor Prizes have boon awarded to Clayton & Shuttleworth at all tho important International und Colonial Exhibitions, including London, 1851 und 1862; Paris, 1855, 1807 mill 18784 Vienna, 1857,1866, and 1873.

CATALOGUES IN ENGLISH AND ALL

EUROPEAN LANGUAGES

FREE ON APPLICATION,

Non:.-To Insure dcllvorlcs lu lime for Iho noxt season, C. &. S. beg their Foreign und Colonial Friends «'111 no1 delay giving their- orders. 1705

LANÙLANLW FOUNDRY COM]'

PANY, LIMITED,

Y ARRA B A N K,

MELBOURNE.

ENGINEERS, IRONFOUNDERS.

BOILER-MAKERS,

AKD

BLACKSMITHS, ' i , Maniifactmcrs of Tin Crushing, Classifying:, and

" g Machinery, of tho latest and most

(

Concentrating .....u.»."« ...-."w-.U.VB> " .

approved principles. ' , ' I ' Completo Plants and Estímalos supplied. -? . ~.Wti "

I

Qiiarlz Crushing, Pumping, und Winding Ma-; > chiiiory, various designs. »

Klllclont Appliances for Grinding and Coneen.s,-; i rating Quartz TullliigB, and for «mnlganuitlng Gold. 4

Largest Stock of Spur Wheel, Pulley, and oth«E ' patterns In tho colony. 853$ t i

rnoWN, SUBURBAN, mid COUNTHY/vî-jf X LANDS. , í i j

In addition to our Stock, Statlon.and Gonoral.^ W%1

Agency Business wo aro now propared to under-' .v - tillie, und uonduot. sulesof Town, tauburbun, or .^A »l Country Lands; uso, Cloarlng-oiit faules. Out«- JJ li

Mr. MACGREGOR has had grout «wpurionco io1« i^fr those bmnch^^^ MACaRgaoR fc co. .;'.VW

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