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Shipping._ AUSTRALASIAN UNITED STEAM NAVI-   GATION COMPANY, Limited.  

ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE.

Steamers of the above Company are intended to sail as under if state of River permits :

* FITZROY,

TO-MORROW, 10 a.m.,

From Wharf. SYDNEY

MELBOURNE ADELAIDE}

MARYBOROUGH BUNDABERG GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

ROCKHAMPTON

(Keppel Bay)

MACKAY (Flat-top)

BOWEN

TOWNSVILLE .DUNGENESS .CARDWELL

.MOURILYAN

HARBOUR

.JOHNSTONE

RIVER CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS COOKTOWN

||T H U RSDAY

ISLAND

IINORMANTON BURKETOWN

FROM SYDNEY NOUMEA .>

(New Caledonia) I ROCKTON, SUVA andLEVUKA[ 27th imitant.

(Fiji) J

r Transhipping in Sydney to S.S, Barcoo, for

Holbourne.

J Transhipping in Melbourne.

ARAMAC,

SATURDAY,

From Moreton Bay.

YARALLA,

WEDNESDAY, 8 p.m.,

From Wharf.

EURIMBLA,

TO-MORROW, 8 p.m.,

From Wharf.

CINTRA,

SATURDAY,

From Moreton Bay.

.Transhipping at

Townsville.

|| Transhipping at Cook-

town,

For further particulars apply at

COMPANY'S OFFICES.

MARY-STREET.

QUEENSLAND ROYAL MAIL LINE.

UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE QUEENS

LAND GOVERNMENT.

l'he following Steamers will be despatched for London, via Ports in Northern Queensland, Ports in JaTO, Aden, and Suez Canal, with liberty to call at Colombo, Naples, and Malta, or any other

ports :

Steamers.

S

Commander.

Leave

Brisbane.

Xicaro Towns-

ville.

»TAROBA ..4008

MERKARA.. W)i

INDIA ..4005

A. Morris

L, T. Bergc

lnan.

T. Johnston

R.N.Il.

1899.

Tuosdoy. 2011i April Tuesday, 0th May. Tuesday, Qth June

1693.

Tuesday, 2nd May. Tuesday, ICth May. Tuesday, ISthJune

* With liberty to coll at Singapore at¿ Ship's

option.

The TAROBA and MERKARA will carry Bteerage Passengers, Fare to London, £1610s.

PARCEL SERVICE.

Attention is directed to tho parcol service in connection with those steamers, by which parcels np to 601b. weight aro delivered at any address in the United Kingdom on prepayment of freight at (Id. per lb., or fraction of lib. Minimum oharge for any parcel, 8s, 03.

FARE TO LONDON,

Saloon, single.£60 0 0 Saloon, return.80 0 0

Available for twelvemonths from date of landing

Steerage,Single .. .. 1610 0 For furthor particulars apply, _""""

AT THE AGENT?'_ OFFICE,

_MARY-STREET.

Tj7*NGLAND, VIA ^UBBIOA,

. .THIRTY-SEVEN DAYS.

ROYAL MAIL EXPRESS SERVICE.

Avoiding alike the Heat of the Red Sea and the

Cold of Cape Horn,

ONION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW

ZEALAND, Limited, In Conjunction With

OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN

FRANCISCO.

A most Attractive and Pleasant Way of Visiting

America and Europe.

Dnder contract with the Postmaster-General of

New Zealand.

The steamers of this line aro appointed to leave Sydney and Auckland for Honolulu and San Francisco every FOUR WEEKS, sailing as

under. .»

Steamer.

Tons,

Leave Sydney 4 p.m.

Leave 1 A"¡J<>

Auckland.) jj*»^

Alameda ..

Marix>osa ..

6000 B000

3 898.

May 15 Juno 12

ÜS3, 1 1683.

May SO Juno 8 Juno 17 |. July 0 Saloon return faro to Chicago, £92.

Euch steamer carries Duly Qualified Surgeon.

These steamers aro fitted with Electric Light and with a Rotrigorating Chamber for Ship's Pio visions, insuring a plentiful supply of ice throughout the voyage. . ' ,

Passengers aro booked to Son Franoiseo, or through to European destinations, and have at xv ew York choice of the unrivalled Atlantio BteamBlup Lines of tho Cunara, Inman, White Star, and other companies.

All First-class Passengers are allowed 8501b. of baggage to San Francisco, and 2501b. " overland," free of charge.

Through fare to Liverpool from Brisbane, FirBt class, ¿'CB to Í69.

Time Cards, Railway Maps, and Guido Books, «bowing all routes to any part of tho United citâtes, may be had on application,

For rates of Passage and Freight, and all other information, apply to

THE BRITISH-INDIA AND QUEENSLAND

AGENCY COMPANY, LnaTK»,.,

Mary-stieet»

Agents.

T> AND O. COMPANY.

The ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will bo despatched from Circular Quay, Macquarie Point, and from Melbourne and Ade- laide, on the following dates, at noon :

FOR LONDON.

(Touching at the usual intermediate ports

enroiife.)

Steamer,

.Arcadia.

Valetta .. Ballaarat.. Australia.. Parramatta

0802 W. B. An-

drews

4019 R. P. Briscoe 4748 T. S. Angus 7000,1. Heeves --...."..." 4771 p, Harris

Britannia 0257 It. G. Murray Himalaya CS98 J. Orman _ I I R.N.R.

?SE

IMay 10 May 29 Juno l8 June SO July 10, J uly

0 May 10 20 May 24 8June 7 17 J'ne 21

1 July S 10 July 19

» VI» Hobart.

And thenceforward every alternate week,

RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY.

TO EUROPE:

FirstSaloon ..fGO 0S. to £70 Second Saloon .. .. ¿fl7 -Os.andi'42 Return Tickets .. .. ¿65 Os. toi'115

_. x " , TO INDIA: rirst Saloon, Single .. MiO Second Saloon, Single .. Í25

Return .. £60 Return .. Ü40

Passengers, Cargo, and Parcels booked through

to India, China, and Jaoan,

Passage Money con" be poid here for passages from England.

LIBERAL CONCESSIONS MADE TO

FAMILIES.

For further information apply _ "

, Or. DOUGLAS MICHIE, '

Agent, Sydney,

(Or) PABBURY,"LAMB, te CO.,

Agents, Brisbane,

Shipping.

npHB HOWARD SMITH LINE,

LEAVE THE MUNICIPAL WHARP

AB FOLLOWS:

All Stearnersprooeod through to Melbourne with out transhipment; Friday's Steamers through to NewoaBtle, Adelaide, Port Pirie, and Port Augusta (S.A.) without transhipment. Port Pirie ¡B the cheapest, most convenient, and direct

route to Broken Hill.

SYDNEY 1

NEWCASTLE MELBOUBNE ADELAIDE

POET PIRIE (S.A.) PORT AUGUSTA

(S.A.)

MARYBOROUGH

ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

ROCKHAMPTON"

TOWNSVILLE 'Dungeness 'Cardwell

.Mourilyan Harbour 'Johnstone Hirer .CAIRNS

.PORT DOUGLAS .COOKTOWN

.THURSDAY

ISLAND

NORMANTON

BURKETOWN j

" Transhipping at Townsville to Steamer

leaving there every Saturday.

Second-cabin Passengers provided with food, beds, ko.

Cargo for all ports received Daily.

WM. HOWARD SMITH & SONS, Limited.

NOTE.-Latest Information may bo obtained upon application at the Company's temporary

""'ADJOINING D. L. BROWN & CO.,

EAGLE-STREET.

PEREGRINE,

WEDNESDAY, 10 a.m.

BARRABOOL,

FRIDAY, 12 Noon.

BURWAH,

FRIDAY Next, 10 p.m.

7 p.m.

GABO,

TUESDAY NEXT.

9 p.m.

TPSWICH LINE OF LIGHTERS.

CARGO received DAILY at Gibbs, Bright, <fc Co.'s Whait, Euglo-stroot.

FREIGHT-5s. per Ton UP.

8s. per Ton DOWN. For further particulars, anply to .

GEO. H, WILSON & CO.,) Ipswich

and > Agents,

JOHN GANSMANN, J Brisbane.

S'

TEAM TO BUNDA-I

BERG DIRECT.

S.S. LADY

MUSGRAVE,

SEO Tons,

WEDNESDAY,

19th April, at 5 p.niî

STEAM

TO IPSWICH.

RATES

FREIGHT

Saloon fore £10 0 Up .. 5s. por ton.

Return .. 1 IS 0 jDown .. 8s.(id. portón Cargo recoived daily at lower ond of Wm. II. Smith it Sons' Wharf at lowest current ratoB of froight.

For further particulars apply

WILLIAM COLLIN, Agent Temporary Office-On Wharf.

Available for LIGHTERING. Apply

WM. COLLIN.

TVrOBDDEUTSCHEB LLOYD.

IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL.

Passengers are carried according {¡¡the require-

ments of the English Passenger Aots

of 1856 and 1863. '

MONTHLY LINE OF DIRECT STEAMER'S

FnoM

BYDNEY, MELBOURNE, AND ADELAIDE

TO

SOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP, AND

BREMEN,

Via Colombo, Aden, Suez, and Genoa,

Talune Passengers for LONDON, connecting from

PORT SAID by DIRECT MAIL and PAS

BENGER LINE to BR1NDISI,

Will be despatched as follows (if practicable):

Karlsruho .. Bailer ..

Hohenstaufon

Leavo Sydney,

F. Kessler J. Boeben

Leave Mel-

bourne.

1F93. IS1)!),

Apul 24'Anril 29 May 21'Maj ai

Juno 21 Juno 28

Leave Aäol'da Som'p'o

1803.

May 8 Juno 1 Juno 29

And thereafter overy four weeks.

PASSAGE MONEY FROM BRISBANE

£16 to £bO 10s.

RETURN TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR NINB

AND TWELVE MONTHS AT

REDUCED RATES.

Passengers and Careo are booked through to Now York, vtâ Southampton.

Special facilities are afforded for bringing out relatives and friends from the United Kingdom and Europe by prepayment of the passage money

in Australia.«

BRANCH SERVICE.

The s.a. LUBECK leaves Sydney after the arrival of each steamer for Tongatabu and Apia,

Rates of freight, passage money, and full par- ticulars on application to

BURNS, PHILP, ic CO., Limited, Agents,

Mary-street, Brisbane

jp

Ii DDE UTS CHER LLOYD.

S.S. KARLSRUHE,

Fbom Breton, Via Ports.

Brisbane CARGO ex the above Vessel has arrivod. Consignees are therefore requested to present Bills of Lading, pay I leight, Seo., to the undersigned, and take delivery without delay.

NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD.

BURNS, PHILP, & CO., Limited,

Agents.

ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL

STEAMERS.

Orient and Pacifio Company's steamers will leave for London, via usual parts and Suez Canal, calling at Colombo, Naples, and Gibraltar, m follows :- ^

«ORMUZ

OROXAVA ORUBA

AUSTRAL CUZCO.. OPHIR .. ORIZABA

Koon,

.nrll 2 Blay

May 2

June 8918 June 7000 July

C077 Ijnly

Leave Mel-

bourne.

lp._.

April 27 May

i p.m. May

May Ï May 27 May 8:

Leave Ade. laiae.

17|july . Calling at Hobart.

And Fortnightly Thereafter.

PASSAGE 5|pNEY:

Saloon .. Î.I ÍÍ'OO and £70 Second .. .Y5'¿37 and £42

Third .. .. £lB18s.to£22.

Excursion Return Tickets at Reduced Rates.

Saloon passengers allowed to break their journey.

Through passengers on their arrival in Sydney by conneoting steamer have the privilege of going direct on board the Orient steamers, and avoid note! expenses.

FirBt saloon passengers, both out and home, BOOKED HERE AT SAME BATEB to and from Sydnoy.

Overland fores to Sydney at reduced rates to through passengers per Orient line.

Managers: F. GREEN cfc CO. and ANDER SON, ANDERSON, & Co., Fenohurch-aveuue, London, E.C. Goneral Manager in Australia: DAVID ANDERSON, 48 Eitt-stroet, Sydney,

For full particulars apply in Brisbane to

V B. D. MOREHEAD & CO.

d A f\ A fí.í\ WORTH for £1. Office ¿t^fcy.^tUU Open Saturday Night«,

'M

Shipping

ESSAGERIES MARITIMES.

SYDNEY TO LONDON, OVERLAND FROM

MARSEILLES, VIA PARIS.

Steamers under postal contract with the Government of Franco, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, MAHE, SUEZ, and

PORT SAID.

Passengers booked to BOMBAY, REUNION, MAURITIUS, aud EAST COAST of AFRICA.

The Sorvics íb carried on by Powerful Steamers of 6000 tons, tuilt expressly for the Australian and New Caledonian line, which will be despatched

as follows:

Bleamor.

Armand Bebió avstbu.1ih..

Ville se là Oiotat polynesien..

Leaves I Loaves

Bydnoy Melbourne!

Noon.

-. , 1893

Mar. 27 Mar. 80 April 27 May 1 May 27 May 81 June 271 July 1

Leaves

AdolMae,

1 p.m.

April 1 May 8

Juno 2

July 8 And thenceforward on the 27th of cadi month.

Return Tickets, availabio for 9 or 13 months,

issued at reduced rates.

Table Winos and Beor included in passago monóy.

First-class Passongers to Ports West of Suez booked from Brisbane at sama rates as from Sydney.

English interpreters moot through passengers for London on arrival of steamera at Marseilles, and aocompany them to Paris and Calais.

N.B.-Passengers' luggage convoyed freo of cost

from Marseilles to London.

For Freight, Passage, and further particulars apply to

RENARD, MANSON Se CO., Agents,

Eagle-street.

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY AND

ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.

OUR NATIONAL HIGHWAY ROUND THE

WORLD.

The New Popular Routo

Between AUSTRALASIA, CHINA, JAPAN,

and EUROPE, via CANADA and tho

UNITED STATES.

Intended Sailings from Hongkong and Yokohama

for Vancouver.

H

Steamship. i

Loavo Hong- kong.

Loavo Yoko- hama.

It

gat

R.M.S.

Empress of China

April 12 April 21

1.a'g' Empress of India

May s May 12

?3° S_§ Empress of Japan ..

May 24 Juno 2

38 lEmpross of China ,.

Juno Injune 23

&

Tho steamers of the Ohiua Navigation Company and the E. and A. SS. Company loavo Sydney for Hongkong about avery ten days, whore con- nection is made with the abovomentioned

Magnificent Now Steamships of tho Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Fasnetigers also booked via Sun Francisco and Vancouver. (A Canadian Pacific Representative meeta all Aus- tralian steamers arriving at San Francisco.)

THE ROUTE FROM VANCOUVER, British Columbia, to the Atlnntio Seaboard is via the Canadian Pacific Railway, which has a world-wído reputation for tho magnifioenco and diversity of its scenery-for tho luxuriance of its dining and sleeping cars, tho latter being providod with ologant smoking and bath rooms, and tho polite- ness and attention of its employees to thu comfort of its patrons.

HOUND THE WORLD TICKETS (by P. and 0. and Canadian Pacific Lines), including a trip through China and Japan, and taking in Chicago World's Fair, on salo at all Australasian Agencien, £167. Thcso tickets aro good for twelvo montliB, and entitlo holder to stop ovor at all points of in teiest. Passengers can start in either direction, via Chma and Japan, and through America to England, returning by P. and O. through Bue?, or

vice versa.

.OHOICK OF FOUR ROUTES ACROSS THE AMERICAN CONTINENT, and through tickets granted to England, Franoe.'nnd Germany by all

Transatlantic LinoB of 8tenmnrs.

j ¡REDUCED ROUND-TRIP RATES' TO CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR, . . .

For Rates, Maps, Titno-tablos, Guide-books, and full information, apply' to Tuos. Cook & Son ;

D. E. Bnmrx,

General Agent, Hongkong; or,

BURNS, PHILP, Ü CO., Limited,

Agents, Brisbane.

BARQUE CARNARVON CASTLE.

From Sharpness.

Captain F. P. GRUZELIER will NOT bo re spousiblo for any DEBTS contracted by his Crew without his written authority.

D. L. BROWN it CO.,

Agents.

Rihicntlounl.

[R. SEYMOUR DICKER has RESUMED L Duties, Kent's Buildings, Adclaide-stroet.

PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.-PUPILS PRE-

PARED. JOHN G. STEWART (Ediu.

Univ.), Wavorloy, Upper Molbourno-stroct. ,

ISS M'KENZIE'S SCHOOL, Carleton, Arthur-Btreet, New Farm.-Second Quarter bogins 17th April. _ BOWEN HOUSE SCHOOL, BRISBANE.

Boys prepared for tho Grammar Schools' and for Grammar School Scholarships. Vacancies for Boarders. Next Quarter will begin MONDAY, 17th April. WILLIAM MARKS, B.A._

MISS WILSON'S SCHOOL, Eaglo Junction.

-The Socond Quarter bogins THIS DAY (Monday), 17th April._

npOOWOOMBA GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Tile next QUARTER will commence on TUES- DAY, 18th April.

a C. CORFE,

Head Master.

MISS WILSON'S SCHOOL, Trentham,

Wickham-terraco.-Tho Second Quarter

begins THIS DAYj(Monday) 17th April._

MISS BURDROFF'S School, AU Sainta'

Schoolroom, Ann-stroet. SECOND QUARTER will begin 17th April. ,

Public Compniile».

THE QUEENSLAND MUTUAL IM.

SURANCE COMPANY, Limitjsd,

Eaole-btreet, Brisbane.

CAPITAL .¿250,000.

FIRE, MARINE, FIDELITY GUARANTEE,

ACCIDENT, PLATE-GLASS, AND

EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY.

Directors:

ROBERT PORTER, Esq., Chairman.

J. J. KINGSBURY, I JAMES H1PWOOD,

Esq. Esq.

JOHN GEBBIE, Esq. | C. W. MEDSON, Esq.

A. OVEREND, Esq.

ALL INSURANCES EFFECTED AT LOWEST

CURRENT RATES.

. The public are aBked to support the LOCAL COMPANY,and before insuring elsewhere to cdll and see the undersigned. ? i

,. Stamp duty will be paid on policies transferred

from other companies,

L. JAGGAR,

General Manager.

fTpHE OLD BLEND WHISKY

T OP TUB

WHITE HORSE CELLAR.

From Pure Matured Scotch Molt.

. JAS. CAMPBELL & SONS,

Sole Agents.

ipiSQUIT, DUBOUCHE, &

CELEBRATED BRANDIES

Hogsheads, Quarter-casks, Flasks, Half-flasks

and Cases. - .,

- - BURNS, .PHILP,' It CO,, LntrnD. ' "*-"*

Agents. ' .'. - ." -' '

I7rolouton.il Notice».

DR, B. M. OWENS,

Having como to roBi'do in the oity, will now undertake General Practice in addition to his specialities-Diseases of the Eye and Diseases

Peculiar to Women.

Consulting Rooms:

THE MANSIONS, GEORGE-STREET,

Hours : 9 to 11 a.m.

1 to 8 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m.

Private Residoncei

Alioo-street, next Queensland Club, Tolophone, No. 899,

np 00 WONG ELECTION.

Mr. UNMAOK will ADDRESS tho Eleotora THIS (Monday) EVENING, 17th April, at the Foresters' Hall, Latrobe-terraco, Paddington, Chair to ho taken at 7.45 o'oloolc.

^rS/TOOLLOONGABBA ELECTION.

Gentlemon desirous of securing the Return of Mr. WM. STEPHENS aro respeotfully requested to attond a MEETING to behold at the Sohool of Arts, Kangaroo Point, THIS (Monday) EVEN- ING, 17th April, for the purpose of forming a Working Coranutteo for the Kangaroo Point portion of'tho electorate._

MR. JOHN WATSON'S COMMITTEE will

moot THIS (Monday) EVENING, 17th April, at 7.80, at the Committeo-rooms, Wiokham

streot.

N

ORTH BRISBANE ELECTION.

Electors desirous of promoting the prosperity of Queensland are invited to attend tho MEET- ING THIS DAY (Monday), at Centennial Hall, Adelaide-street, at 8 p.m.

MR. RAVEN WILL ADDRESS THE

. ELECTORS.

Reserved Seats' for Ladios, by Ticket Only. R, W. Loftwioh.Esq., J.P., will Presido.

Merchants, Workors, Lawyers, Journalists, and all Electors of Queensland are invitad to attend.

Several Lifluontial Citizens Will AddroBS the

' Meeting.

RAVEN for Government on commercial prin- ciples.

RAVEN for simplification of tho law. RAVEN for progress'and prosperity.

RAVEN for the general good of QuooiiBland.

MEETING MONDAY EVENING, AT OEN

. TENNIAL HALL.

MR. HARDGRAVE'S COMMITTEES MEET

EVERY NIGHT at 8 o'olook at Hard

grave's Buildings, Stauley-Btroet, South Brisbane ; tlie Boggo-road Hall, and West End School of

Arts.

Gontlomon desirous of securing liU return aro invited to join the committee or communicate privately with Mr. Hardgrave._

-toXORTHERN RUGBY UNION.

Tho Elovonth Annual Gonoral MEETING of the abovo Union will bo hold at the National Hold, Potrm'B Bight, THIS DAY (Monday), 17th April, at 8 p.m.

Notice is gi von that tho following resolutions' will bo brought forward :

1. " '1 hut the namo of the Union bo altered from its present designation of ' Northern Rugby Union' to that of the ' Queensland Rugby Union,' as being a moro suitable and distinctive appolla

, tiou." ,

2, " That in place of by-law No. 6 the following ' bo insertod :-' That any olub willing to conform

to the Rules of tho Union be eligible for member- ship, but boforo being admitted such olub must bo duly proposed and seconded by two clubs belong- ing to the Union, and the dologatos, or tho com miltco appointed by them shall then decide, by a majority of not less than throe-fourths of their numbor, to grant such admission or otherwise.' "

1). " That tho following bo added to by-law No, 8 :-' And that at gonoral meetings all voting on motions before such meetings shall bo entirely confined to delegates representing tin various clubs.' " [ThiB proposition is not in any way in- tended to affect the attendance of footballers undo'r by-law 9.]

A First Delegate MEETING will behold at the National Hotel on WEDNESDAY, 19th April, at 8 p.m., to which all new clubs that wish to join the Union uro especially requested to Bend thoir delegates, '

ORMSBY J. WILKINS,

Hon. Secretary N.R. Union.

MASONIC-The Regular MEETING of tho

ALBION LODGE, No. ¡2286 E.O., will ho hold in the Lodgo-room, Albion Public Hall. THIS (Monday) EVENING, at 7.80. '

DOIIMBA ELECTION. Mn. DICKSON will ADDRESS the ELEC- TORS at the Sohool of Arts, Rocklea, TO MORROW (Tuesday), 18th April, at 7.30 p.m.

TfTIORTITUDE VALLEY ELECTION.

Mr. JOHN M'MASTEK will Meet tho Electors of Fortitude Valley in the Foresters' Hall, Bruns- wick-street, TO-MORROW (Tuosday) EVEN- ING, 18th .April. Chair will bo taken at 8

o'olook.

O

XLEY ELECTION. Mr. SAML. GRIMES will Address the Eleotors al Boggo Ipswich-road Primitive Methodist Chapel TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 18th April; Moggill Stato Sohool, WEDNESDAY; Long Pocket State School, THURSDAY; Oxley Assembly Hall, FRIDAY. Time, 7AB p.m.

NOOGERA ELECTORATE.

E

MR. RUTLEDGE

Will

ADDRESS THE ELECTORS OF ENOGGERA

As undermentioned:

' At Mr, WOODCOCK'S HALL, Musgrave-road, RED HILL, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 18th April, at 8 p.m., S. White, Esq., president of the, Shire of Ithaca, in the chair.

At the STATE SCHOOL, KELVIN GROVE, on WEDNESDAY, 19th April, at 6 ;.ni, Alder-

man M'Lean in tho chair,

'At the ITHACA HALL, KENNEDY TERRACE, on FRIDAY, 2lBt April, at 8 p.n John Stack, Esq., in the chair.

At the ENOGGERA DIVISIONAL BOARD HALL, at CEDAR CREEK, and at THE GAP during the wook following on days tobo specified in an early advertisement.

~%T ;A L L E Y - E LECTION.

PRIVATE MEETING.

JOHN A. CLARK respeotfully invitoB all Eleotors interested in his return to MEET lum at the Free Reading Rooms, Brunswick-Btreet, near Dixeon's Tobacco Factory, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 19th April, 8 o'clock prompt.

EJ. STEVENS'S MEETINGS

. For the LOGAN ELECTORATE.

REDLAND BAY, School of Arts, THURSDAY,

20th April.

LOGAN VILLAGE, Provisional. School, FRI-

DAY, 21st April.

CHAMBERB'S FLAT, Provisional . School,

SATURDAY, 22nd April.

CEDAR CREEK, State School, MONDAY,

2-Jth April. .

EIGHT-MILE PLAINS, Provisional School,

TUESDAY, 25th April.

COOPER'S PLAINS, State School, WEDNES-

DAY, 20th April.

BROWN'S PLAINS, Brown's Plains Store,

THURSDAY, Q7th April.

OXLEY, State School, FRIDAY, 28th Ariril. ,' ' / At 8 p.ir.

/Ti OOD wine needs ? no bush, .-'neither \JfÇ BUFFALO JAMS need " puffing."

Drapery, Clothing, <Skc.

c

AREW, GARDNER, & BILLINOTON.

NEW WINTER GOODS.

The Very Latest Fashions bought for Cash in Europe through our London House.

THE OHEAPEST AND BEST,

Why wo aro the Leading direot Supplying Trade» in Queensland,

Because wo koop the

LARGEST VARIETY OF GOODS,

Because our

PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.

Because wo

BUY AND SELL FOR CASH,

AND

DEFY COMPETITION.

BEND FOR PATTERNS AND PRICES.

CAREW, GARDNER, & BULLINGTON,

THE UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,

Edward-stteot, Brisbane,

?Tnnernl Noliren.

FUNERAL NOTICE.-The Friends of Miss

ELIZA KING, Deceased, Daughter of the late William King, of Tongy Station, are invited to attend her Funeral ; to move from the residence of Mrs. Moffatt, Gladstone-road, South Brisbane, THIS (Monday) MORNING, at half-past 11 o'clock, for South Brisbane Cemetery.

J. HISLOP, Undertaker, Stanley-Street, Wool- loongabba; Wiokham-street, Valley; Head Offloe,

10 Queen-street.

FUNERAL NOTICE.—The Friends of Mr.

JOSEPH LAW FRASER, deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from his late Residence, McNab-street Rosalie, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, for the Toowong Cemetery.

SILLETT Ss ADLINGTON, Undertakers, Petrie's Bight, Roma-street, and Melbourne

street, South Brisbane.

FUNERAL NOTICE.—The Funeral of

ROBERT CRIBB, Sen., will leave his Residencoe River-road, Toowong, TO-DAY (Mon-

day), at 4 p.m.

TOOYAL RED ARCADE,

NEW DEPARTMENT. NEW GOODS.

JUST RECEIVED EX ARD3L,

TWO CRATES DINNER SETS.

TWENTY-THREE SHILLINGS AND

SIXPENCE

EACH SET OF FIFTY PIEOE&

USEFUL HOUSEHOLD .SOFT GOODS, .

CARPET SQUARES.-«.. - Sizes as Undor:

Gft, by 9ft" 7ft. (Jin. by 9/t,, Aft. by 10ft. flin,,'Oft.

by 12tt" 10ft. 6!n, by 12ft., 12ft. by 12ft.

Hoasuro your rooms and bare Bpacea, and call

round.

Table Covers from 1b, 8d. each, Tablecloths from Is, 7id.

Door Mats from 7¿d. eaoh. Quilts and Ruga, all prices. Jupaueeo Mats, '

Special Purchase of

THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY DOZEN

TOWELS.

BEST VALUE IN TOWN.

Tho above Department is a new undertaking for the Arcade, but ub tho leading drapors aro going in strongly for tho trade in Dolls, Monkeys on Sticks, and Woolly Shoop, to say nothing of Tuiwaro, UBeful Crockery, ¡Co., &o.,

RUSSELL WILKINS

has determined to supply the publio with various lineB in Drapery, ¡lo.

BEAR IN MIND, the prioo that RubsoII Wilkin» will sell those goods will bo as low in proportion as tho prices charged in other depart- ments, and customers well know the difference between the chargos at the ' Arcade and at other

establishments.

Baskets from 33.; Lanterns, 1«.; Lamps, 10d,; RollingPins, Id.; Machine Oil, did.; Sharpening Oil, 3d.; Odors, 3d,; Chlorodyne, did.; Essence, dd.¡ Tooth Brushes, 3d.; Quinine Pills, Id, per box, 12 boxea for 8(1.

Immense Stock of Novols and Taloa, bcBt authors,

illustrated, published at Gd., for did. each ; 1 dozen free by parcel post, (is.

Envelopes, 250 for Is.

Day-hooks, sploudid value, Is. Cd.

Tomahawk«, Gd, Kerosine Stoves, Cs. 9d, Glass Sugars and Creams, 9d. the pair. Glass Pickle Bottles, 7£d. each.

Cutlory, Tools, BruBhwaro, Tinwaro, Books,

Stationery, ïoys, and Fancy Goods,

THE RED ARCADE

Ib the placo to spend money to advantage.

ONE PRICE.

GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.

Customers can walk round and examine the Stock

and note tho Prices at their leisure.

NO COMPETITOR IN VARIETY OR PRICE

FEARED

RUSSELL WILKINS,

ROYAL RED ARCADE,

Next General Post Office, Brisbane,

Til O E SALE.

The Well-known Mansion INGLENOOK, Moray-street, New Farm, opposite tho residences of Sir Samuel Griffith and the Hon. H. Tozer, and at present oocupiod by George R. Fife, Esq., containing drawing-room, dining-room, library, billiard-room, day and night nurserioB, six bod rooms, kitchen, laundry, stables, &o.; water and f;as throughout ; nearly 12 aore, Bplendid gardon, awn tennis, buslihouso, leo.; beBt position in Brisbane. .

Apply LEO. S. BENJAMIN, Croek-street.

R

OYAL INSURANCE COMPANY.

GIBBS, BRIGHT, ii CO , Aoknts.

TEMPORARY OFFICES;

Opposite Post Office, , Queen-atreot.

w

M. YOUNGER & CO., EDINBURGH.

CELEBRATED

"MONK''. BRAND

BULK AND BOTTLED ALE.

JAS. CAMPBELL Se SONS,

Sock Aoenti.

P

ERKINS'S FIRST PRIZE XXX ALE is

sold by all Hotel-keepers at Six Sidlings per

B

UFFALO JAMS ore made from fresh fruit

and pare oane sugar. j

Drapery »nd CUlhlng.

1 OIDIIN EXHIBITION

Al

CHAPMAN AND COMPANY'S

HIGH-CLASS NOVELTIES

AND

EARL* WINTER FASHIONS

llKCErviD

DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS

sir THE

FOLLOWING MAIL STEAMERS - ARMAND BEHIO,

Messageries Frenoh Lino HABSBURG,

Imperial German Line,

AIRLIE,

Eastorn and Australian S S. Company, AVOCA AND TARA,

Quoonsloud Royal Mail Line

FOLLOWED BY EXTENSIVE SHIPMENTS

OH

THE TAROBA, ON THE COAST,

WITH

MERKARA FOLLOWING.

SHE LADIES OF BRISBANE

AND

VISITORS TO THE CITY

Aro Specially lnvitod to Call and Inspoot

THD NEW SEASON'S GOODS,

Rbfresentino

THE LATEST CONTINENTAL CREATIONS

AND

THE CORRECT FASHIONS

FOR

THE COMING SEASON.

t

PRIOES EXTREMELY MODERATE,

Patterns ready in a few days, and wiUbeiont Post

Froo to any Addross,

CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S,

Tue Queensland Drapery Wabeuoubb,

QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE.

Vload Keller rVvtlocm.

M

ASONIO FLOOD BELIEF FUND

SUBSCRIPTIONS aro urgently eolioitod from Lodges and Brethren throughout tho Colony

Application» for Relief entertoinod from ALL Flooded out Freemasons or thoir FamihcB, no

matter what district

A E HARRIS.PM,

Hon Socrotary 188 Queen streot, Brisbane

?tuatneM Cardo

AMES LANG le CO,

GLAZIERS, PAINTERS, AND

HOUSL DECORATORS,

195 QUEÍ.N streit, Brisbane

HARRY RAFT,

Licensed Surveyor Albert OhamborB, Albort street next Doposlt Bank

npRANSCONTINENTAL HOTEL

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

AITKEN'S CELEBRATED FIRST PRIZE

BULK ALE

The undersigned having mado special arrango menta with tho Agents for regular monthly ship mentB of this really First-class Ale to be delivered straight from Bhip s side the patrons of the above hotel and publio generally can roly on getting a

sound, well flavoured, and brilliant glass, quito equal to any Alo drawn in London.

PETER MURPHY,

Puomuetoh.

R

ED LAND BAY HO,TEL. Why livo m Brisbane whon you can get to tho above Hotel, via Olevoland, in two hours, and enjoy nice cool air ? Large Lofty Bedrooms, all on second floor First-class Table Orabs and Oysters a speciality Boats, Saddle Horses, and Buggies Free for Visitors

W LINGLEY,

Proprietor

THIDMONDSTONE MARKWELL has This Day RLTIRED from the Furo of PERRY BROS, Wholesalo and Retail Ironmongers and Manufac- turers, Brisbane, Queensland

All DEBTS duo to the Firm ore to bo paid to the remaining Partners, GEORGE BOND, WIL- LAM HERBERT FRANCIS PERRY, and GEORGE HARCOURT PERRY, who will Dis- charge all Liabilities of the said Firm

/ i

(Signed) EDMONDSTONC MARKWELL (Signed) GEORGE BOND.

(Signed) GEORGE HARCOURT PERRY.

(Signed) WILLIAM HERBERT FRANCIS |

PERRY

Brisbane, 29th Marah, 1898.

THE author of "THE MYSTERY OF MOR

' TIMORE STRANGE" wrote " The Old

Mill Mystery." a J

Drapery, Clashing, «fcc "CMNNBY, ISLES, ¿fe

BUSINESS

WILL BE CARRIED ON

AS USUAL

IN THE

NEW BUILDING,

EDWARD AND ADELAIDE STREETS.

A LARGE SHIPMENT,

Ex S.S. Taroba,

IS NOW BEING OPENED UP,

ANS '

ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE V7ELL

ASSORTED

ia tus

LATEST GOODS

AND

NOVELTIES

For the Ensuing Winter.

Country Orders will reçoive tho usual

prompt attention,

FINNEY, ISLES, is CO.,

BRISBANE,

?.oat. Keirnrih, Ac.

LOST, CHEQUE, drawn upon Bank of Now

South Waloo, Charters lowurs, for £20: payment Btoppod. Reward on dohvory to LEON EROKMANN, Loimon's Hotel. _

TRAYED from Maida Hill,'a Rod COW

(unbrandod), vflnto along ndgo of back and wluto spots on tail. 10s reward to any ona returning samo to Mrs. THORNTON SMITH,

Maida Hill.

RABBIT . PROOF WIRE .'-»NETTING,

42m, by lim. by 17m. Gauge,

TO ARRIVE,

BRABANT & CO.

¥T ALF-P RICE SALE

EXPIRATION OF LEASE. LAWSON & JOHNSTON

Aro giving up tho FANOY GOODS port ol

thoir Business,

BARGAINS TO BE HAD.

CLOCKS

PHOTO. FRAMES CROCKERY PURSES

ALBUMS

LAMPWAHE GLASSWARE GAMES Ela, Eto.

, ( CALL AND INSPECT THE

BARGAINS WE OFFER.'

NEW GOODS OPENING OU» DAILY.

SPEOIAL REDUCTIONS

UPON >

PERAMBULATORS

AND THE

NEW HOME SEWING MAÛHINE,

LAWSON ic JOHNSTON,

QUEEN-BTUEET.

HALF-PRICE 'SALE.

THE author of " THE MYSTERY OF MOB

TIMORE STRANGE" wroto "Tho Old Mill Mystery,

MOSES WAR D'S

ORIGINAL DEVONSHIRE

BAKING POWDER.

Univorsally Admitted to bo tho Boat In the

Market,

To distinguish it from other Brands it will be noted that I now put it up m long round tins, boar ing my uUmpod registered Trade Mark on label. This alone mil bo proof of ita being manufac- tured by MOSES WARD.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

Note Addbesb: MOSES WARD,

Chemist ans Dentist,

No. 101! Queon streot, Brisbane.

N.B.-Full Directions enclosed with each Tin.

c

HA MPA G N », EUGENE CLICQUOT, REIMS,

QUARTS, PINTS, AND BABIES.

Mot Fashionable Ladies' Wine in Melbourne

and Sydney,

RENARD, MANSON, & CO.,

Eaqle-btusbt.

TPHE SOCIAL PAGE m the Quetnulandtr ? include« BRISBANE GOSSIP and LETTERS from all tho principal towns in Queensland, and from Sydney and Melbourne.

TRÖSTER Ai KELK,

IRONMONGERS, SILVERSMITHS,

CABINETMAKERS, AND UPHOLSTERERS.

FOSTER Si KELK u Are now Showing a Shipment of

COMBINATION WOOD AND METALLIC

BEDSTEADS,

Which combine tho strength and all tho advan- . tages of Brass and Iron Beustiads, but fittcJ with Wood Pillars and Ornamentation to MATCH THE VARIOUS WOODS USED IN'BUD ROOM FURNITURE, thereby securing that harmony which was never complete with Wood Fumitmo and a Metullio Bedstead.

BEDJTEADS in Li'kt/Wooâ and Brass. BEDSTEADS in Walnut and Br»Bs.. " . BEDSTEADS in Mahogany und Brass,

Designs sent to Intending Customers on ^

Application. '

NOW LANDING, New, Designs in Brussels and Wilton Carpets, Linoleums, and Cork Carpets

CURTAINS. CURTAINS. *

BLIND MATERIALS.'' BLIND MATERIALS,

, F O S T E/R is " K E L K, '

. BRISBANE.--3

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