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Shipping.

OH HE) HOWARD SMITH LINE.

.LEAVE THE MUNICIPAL WHARF

AS FOLLOWS : SYDNEÏ

NEWCASTLE MELBOURNE ADELAIDE

WESTERN AUS

THALIA

.NEW ZEALAND TASMANIA

FREMANTLE

GERALDTON, and

Other Porta (Western

Australia)

fKONOOWARRA,

TO-MORROW, Ö p.m.

tPEREGRINE,

TUESDAY, 3 p.m.

GABO,

(From Melbourne.)

SATURDAY, 28th ¡mit.

Landing «-argo from ship's slings on to the jetties nt FREMANTLE lind GERALDTON, thus avoiding any risk of damage or IOBS through the lighterage of cargo at these ports.

BUR WAH,

TO-MORROW, 6 p.m.

DERWENT,

TUESDAY, 10 p.m.

TYRIAN,

TUESDAY, 12 Noon. MARYBOROUGH ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

ROCKHAMPTON

TOWNSVILLE "Dungeness 'Geraldtou .CAIRNS

.PORT DOUGLAS ,

?Transhipping at Townsville,

, tTranshipping at Sydney or Melbourne.

Second-cabin Passengers provided wita food, beds, &c.

PASSENGER FARES and FREIGHTS greatly reduced.

Cargo for all porta received dally.

,WM. HOWARD SMITH & SONS,

Limited.

MUNICIPAL WHARVES.

Petrle's Bight.

"jr^XCURSIONS

TO

HUMPYBONG.

The S.S. GARNET will leave from Wharf next Custom-houso aa follows :

Thurs., Dec. 10 Sat, Doe. 21 Sun., Dec, 22 Mon., Deo. 23 Tues., Deo. 24 Tues., Dec. 21 Thui3" Deo. 26

Leaves Leaves ' Brisbane. Redcliffe.

9.30 a.m. 1.30 p.m. 0.30 n.m, 2 0 a.m. 9.30 a.m. ß.80 p.m. 9.30 a,m.

2.80 p.m. 4 30 p.m. 8.0 p.m.

0 0 am. 1.0 p.m. 3.0 p.m.

Dogs will be oharged for.

DIRECT.

"jp OR LONDON

The Fine Iron Barque,

BONOVENTO,

13CC Tons Register,

O. PEDERSEN, Commander,

Is now Loading, nnd will have prompt despatch.

CARGO received at Short-street Wharf.

For Rates of Freight and other parti- culars apply to

1 D. L. BROWN & CO.,

Eagle-street. /^ U L F

N

STEAM TO LONDON, . Via Southern Ports.

The Splfndld Full-powered Steamer,

GULF OF HARTABAN,

2447 Tons Register.

R. J. HEY, Commander,

. Is Intended to be Despatched Early in

Januaiy.

CARGO now being Received at

Short-street Wharf.

For Rates of Freight and other parti- culars apply to

D. L. BROWN & CO.,

, Eagle-street.

RIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL

STEAMERS.

O

Orient and Pacific Company's steamers will leave for London, via usual ports and Suez Canal, calling at Colombo, Naples, anti Gibraltar, as follows :

Oroya Orient Ormuz

Orotm a

8057,E. E. Laving-

ton

5SC5 H, E. Inskip

ooail". M.'lulto

555.; J. Linklater

Jag

Noon. 1 p.ui.l 4 p.m.

lyju. lbtlG. i 1KIG.

Doe. 80 Jan. 4'jau. 8

1BU6. I I

Jan. 13 Jon. l8 Jan.22 Jan. 27 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb.lOFeb.l5,Feb.l9

And Fortnightly Thereafter.

PASSAGE MONEY' :

Saloon-£61 10s. and £70 ; Return, £105. Second-£37 and £42 ; Return, £05. Third-£16,16s. to £20.

Saloon passengers allowed to break their journey.

Through passengers on their arrival In Sydney by connecting steamer have the privilege of going direct on board the Orient steameis, and avoid hotel

expenses.

First Saloon passengers, both out and home, BOOKED HERE AT SAME RATES to and from Sydney.

Overland fares to Sydney at reduced rates to through passengers per Orient

line.

Managers : F. GREEN & CO. and ANDERSON, ANDERSON, & CO., Fenchurch-avenue, London, E.C. JOHN BELL, Managing Director In Australia.

For full particulars apply in Brisbane

to

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO. AND

O.

COMPANY,

The ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will be despatched from Circular Quay, Macquarie Point, Sydney, at 1 p.m., and from Melbourne and Adelaide on the following dates at

noon :

FOR LONDON.

(Touching at the usual intermediar,«

ports en route.)_

Oceana ..,0870

Commander. E. Stewart P. Harrl3 »Parra

matta ..'4674 Australia \100Q1. Reevea

MaBsUia .. 6010 U. Haivey

.Areaaia.. C362 A. C. Low Ballaarat.. 4B72Ï. S. An¿us

Koree .. ,5S4S!A. B. Harnell

I «

"|"l89B. | 1B95."

iDec.iiS.Dec.SJ

| 18Ü0. laUIS.

I Jan. C Jon. 11 ¡Jan.2fltjan.2u Jau.29 Teb. 8'Peb. B.Feb.lS! B'ch 17,Fub.2¿ Feb.iiO Har. ii Mar. 7 Mar.U Mai.15 Mar.2lMar.26

1890.

Jan. 1

Jan.IG

And thenceforward every alternats

week.

. Taking Passengers for Venice.

RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY.

TO EUROPE.

First Saloon. £61 10s. to £70 Second Saloon. £37 and £42 Return Tickets. £65and£105

TO INDIA.

First Saloon-Single, ¡242 ; Return, £fi«. Second Saloon-Single, £25 and £27; Return, £43 10a.

Passage money can be paid here for passages from England.

Through Tickets Round the World, via Vancouver, in conjunction with Cana- dian-Australian Company, £125. and Canadian Paclflo Line, via China, Japan, end Chicago, £165._

For further information apply

L M. SHIELDS.

Acting Agent, Sydney.

' (Or) PARBURY. LAMB. & CO

1 Agents, Brisbane.

PITH AND POINT, in the Popular

Paper, is Perfeotly Pure Pabulum for Particular People. See the EVEN ' ma OBSERVER.,

Shipping.

A U. S. N. C 0., Ij't d.

ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE.

EXCURSION RATES.

Steamers are intended to Sall as under s

.ASAWATTA,

SATURDAY, 10 a,m.

SYDNEY 'Transhipping at Syd

noy to Ruokton for MELBOURNE ADELAIDE

WEST AUS.\

TRALIA-Albany,

Fremantle, Gerald- }. ton, and Ports.

Adelaide and West AUB tralian ports,

, +EUE1MBLA,

MONDAY, 7 p.m.

fTranshlpping at Sydney

for Molbournoand Ade- laide.

ROCKTON,

- . TUESDAY, 2-Hli inat. other 1 (From Sydney.}

MARYBOROUGH BUNDABERG

ROCKHAMPTON

(Wharf)

GLADSTONE

ROCKHAMPTON

(Keppel Bay)

MACRAY(I'ivlrtop)

BOWEN

TOWNSVILLE {DUNGENESS ¡CARDWELL

(MOURILYAN

HARBOUR

JOHNSTONE RIVER(Geraldton)

CAIRNS

PORT DOUGLAS COOKTOWN

TOWNSVILLE COOKTOWN

THURSDAY

ISLAND

NORMANTON .BURKETOWN

YARALLA,

TO-DAY, 7 p.m.

FITZUOY,

MONDAY, 8 p.m.

YARALLA,

TO-DAY, 7 p.m.

FITZROY,

MONDAY, 8 p.m.'

FITZROY,

MONDAY, 8 p.m.

ARAMAC,

SATURDAY, 11.80 a.ra.

WODONGA,'

SATURDAY, 28th ¡nat.

i Transhipping at Towns,

villa.

f ARAMAC,

SATURDAY, 11.80 a.m.

(Transhipping at Cook-

town.)

* Normanton and Burke-

town aro the nearest and cheapost ports lor WoBt Leichhardt Goldfields. Coaches connoot there regularly with tho Com. pany'B Btoamera.

M#," FROM SYDNEY

NOUMEA \

SUVAondLEVUKAl VICTORIA

<*'j') I SATURDAY, '¿8th met. TONGAN PORTS

NEW HEBRIDES

KATOOMBA,

THURSDAY, 10th hist

For further particulars apply at

COMPANY'S OFFICES,

MARY-STREET.

QUEENSLAND ROYAL MAIL

LINE.

UNDER CONTRACT WITH THE

QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT.

The following Steamers will ba despatched for London, via Porta, In Northern Queensland, Porta, in Java, Aden, and Suez Canal, with liberty to call at Colombo, Naples, and Malta, or

any other ports :

Steamers.

!¡2J7 D. C. IiOnj

DUKE OF WESTMIN- STER

MERKARA

Commander. BJ-JT_ Town,.

J038L, T. Borge>

I mann

Leave

TiioBdny, ilht Doe,

1800.

Tuesday, ¡¡Stn Jan

LeaYo Tillo. 1805.

Friday,

27th Deo.

181)0.

Tuesday, 7th Jan.

PARCEL SERVICE.

Attention Is directed to the parcel ser- vice in connection with these Steamers, by which parcels up to Bulb, weight are delivered at any address in the United Kingdom on prepayment of freight at 6d. per lb. or fraction of lib. Minimum charge for any parcel, 2s. 6d.

FARE TO LONDON :

Saloon, single.ISO 0 0 Saloon, return. 87 10 0

Steerage . 14 14 0

By Ducal Steamers :

Second Class, single..,. 87 0 0 Second Class, return.... 65 0 0

For further particulars apply

AT THE AGENTS" OFFICE,

MARY-STREET. <TEAM TO BUNDA

) BERG DIRECT.

S.S. LADY ' MUSGRAVE,

250 Tons,

WEDNESDAY, 25th December,

At 5 p.m.

STEAMERS

IPSWICH

DAILY.

LOWEST CURRENT

RATES

FREIGHTS.

Cargo received DAILY at Wharf, foot of Boundary-street, at lowest current rates of Freight.

For further particulars for Fares and Freight apply

WILLIAM COLLIN,

Agent

rORDDEUTSCHER

LLOYD.

IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL.

Passengers are carried according to the requirements of the English Passen- ger, Acts of 1855 and 1863.

MONTHLY LINE OF DIRECT

STEAMERS

From

SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, AND

ADELAIDE

To

SOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP, AND

BREMEN,

Via Colombo, Aden, Suez, Port Said, Naples, and Genoa, taking Passengers

for LONDON.

Will be despatched as follows (if prac- ticable) :-_

Steamer.

£.3 S S^ :

.3-Su*-* J

£3 a 5~S

PrinzReeent I 11*5. I IBS». 1SDU

Luitpold..'0600H.Gathemann,Dec.80 Jan. 4 Ja». 8

I lSt'S. i

Oldenburg.. C81S R. Heintze Ue n. 25 Feb. S Feb. 7 Karlsruhe .. &M1 F. Kessler_Teb.'.O Mar. al Mar. 0

And thereafter every four weeks.

PASSAGE MONEY FROM BRISBANE,

£14 los. to £57.

RETURN ' TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR NINE AND TWELVE MONTHS AT REDUCED RATES.

Passengers and Cargo are booked through to New York, via 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. ,

Rates of freight, passage money, and ; full particulars on application to j

BURNS, PHILP, & CO., Limited,

Agents,

Mary-street, Brisbane.

BRIG PARA.-FOR SALE, cheap.

Brig PARA, as she now lies in the stream. Apply to HERTZBERG, MILLINGEN, & CO.

"TfcXOW READY, NOW READY.

J31 The Christmas Number of the " QUEENSLANDER," with extra Six- teen-page Supplement and Coloured Pic- ture. Price, SDCPENCE.

_Shipping._ ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COM-

PANY. Limited.

»EGULASt EXPRESS COASTAL

SERVICES,

Carrying Malls, Passengers, and Cargo. EXCURSION FARES AND FREIQHT&

Steamers are Intended to sall as under : SYDNEY \

.MELBOURNE FRANKLIN,

.ADELAIDE I Captain Jus. Ussher, .Port Pirie [ MONDAY, 23rd Doo.

.Port August?' * Transhipping at Sydnoy.

¿to, /

(SOUTH AUSTRALIAN,

28th Decomber,

Connecting with

ADELAIDE,

1711 Tons,

Sailing from Sydnoy

SUt December.

MACRAÏ \ SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, BROADSOUND CnI't,"1" ?30i,nT'' TOWNSVILLE ».uYoyri

tDungeness L ^DAY. 20th Dec.,

jJohnstono River ' Noon'

ívortnDou"las transhipping in Towns

' ° / ville.

CARGO received DAILY at Company's Wharf. Eagle-street

Saloon Saloon

" _ Single. Return. Steerage. SYDNEY ..!H1 £115 0 ¿0 8 0 MELBOURNE 2 10 0 dOO 130 MACKAY ..2 10 0 4 00 17(1 TOWNSVILLE «00 4 10 0 110 0 CAIRNS ..400 0 15 0 250

Special Reductions for Families, Saloon and Steerage. Stewardesses car- ried in saloon and forecabin. Passen- gers liberally catered for. >

Apply MANAGER,

Company's Office. Raff's Wharf.

IW/JTESSAGERIE3 MARITIMES.

SYDNEY TO LONDON. VIA PARIS.

Steamers of 0500 tons, under postal conttact with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE. ALBANY, MAIIE, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will be despatched monthly

as follows :- ?.

Com-

manders.

Dates of Departure, Steamers.

65 dney

noon.

Mel.

bom no, 1 p.m.

ade- laide, 1 p.m.

AUHTIUUK!» .. V, Di. LA ClOTAT

Vimout Fiasoht

Doo. «Dec. Bl Jan. U7Jan. Ill

Jan. S Feb. a

Passengers booked to BOMBAY, RE- UNION, MAURITIUS, and EAST COAST of AFRICA.

Rates of passage to London : FIRST SALOON, £G0 to £70, including table wines. Liberal concessions to families.

RETURN TICKETS, available for 9 or 12 months, at REDUCED RATES. ENGLISH SPOKEN ON BOARD.

Upon arrival at Marseilles, English in- terpreters meet the passengers for Lon- don and give them every assistance in landing and passing their luggage through the Customs, &c, and also accompany them to Paris and Calais,

N.B.-Passengers' luggage conveyed free of cost to London by steamer.

For further particulars apply to

RENARD, MANSON, & CO., Agents,

Eagle-street.

rriWELVE Pages of New, Oilglnal X STORIES, and Six Pages of IL- LUSTRATIONS, in the " QUEENS- LANDER" Christmas Number. On Sale by all Newsagents. Price, SIX-

PENCE.

TToj*, Fnncjr floaila, ífce.

IOYS, TOYS, TOYS,

And

CHRISTMAS'PRESENTS FOR

EVERYONE.

LAWSON & JOHNSTON,

THE CUT: \ PEST HOUSE IN TOAVN.

WE IMPORT DIRECT.

WE PAY NO WAREHOUSE PRO- FITS.

WE HAVE NO OLD STOCK.

WE GIVE THE BEST VALUE.

WE HAVE THE LATEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT IN TOYS AND NOVEL- TIES.

WE INVITE COMPARISON

WE" CLAIM TO BE THE C1I - M'l'^T

HOUSE.

WE HAVE VARIETY.

WE HAVE PRESENTS TO SUIT ALL AGES.

WE ASK YOU TO CALL.

WE ASK YOU TO JUDGE.

N.B.- Shipments having anived TOO \

LATE for our Count! y Tiad>-, we hive LARGE STOCKS ON HAND, and will

SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER

LAWSON & JOHNSTON, I

C7 QUEEN-STREET. '

ripo SUBURBAN STOREKEEPERS.

IMPORTED DIRECT.

SPECIAu CHEAP LINES

In

TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.

CALL AND INSPECT IN OUR

SAMPLE-ROOMS.

LAWSON & JOHNSTON,

QUEEN-STREET.

'i'oj-í, Fnucr GooiU, Ac.

HP HE RED ARCADE

CHRISTMAS SHOW OF GOODS

IS NOW ARRANGED.

The RED ARCADE Is the Coolest and Best-ventilated Shop in Brisbane.

The RED ARCADE Will be OPEN EVERY EVENING until Í) o'clock.

The MENAGERIE, having returned from Winter Quarters, is ON VIEW In front of the ARCADE, GRATIS. Being under the management of the same ex- perienced Keeper as bctoie, Slgnor Johannes Tomasino, no danger need bu feared from the ferocity of the animals.

GOOD VALUE IN CHRISTMAS

CARDS.

RED ARCADE! ? PACKET.-23 Cards, Is.; Postage, 3d.,

YULE TIDE BOX.-23 Cards, Is.; Postage, 4d.

EXCELSIOR BOX.-25 Superior Cards and Six Envelopes, 2s.; Postage, 4d.

PACKETS at 2d., 3d., 4d., Od., 9d..

SINGLE CARDS, from Four for One Penny.

BOOKLETS AND TEXTS.

During last week a Large Shipment o£ the abqve were sold by auction, and

purchased NEARLY THE WHOLE LOT, at at least one-quarter the usual

price. I can consequently SUPPLY i SCHOOLS and PRIVATE BUYERS at a |

RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICE.

FIREWORKS BY liEST ENGLISH

MAKERS.

HALFPENNY- EACH.-Serpents, Pin Wheels, Starlights, Bluelight)), Flower- pots, Golden Rains, Snakes.

PENNY.-Squibs, Golden - Ruins, Crackers, Starlights and Wheels, Yew

Trees.

' TWOPENNY.- - Squibs, BluedeVlls, Golden Rains, Bluelight», Roman Ctmdles, Starlights, Crackers, Pin Wheels, Rackets, Port Fires, Serpents.

' FOURPENNY.-Golden Rains. Bluc devUs, Serpents, Squibs, Roman Candles, Crackers, Pin Wheels. Rockets.

EIGIITPENNT. - Fountnins, Golden Rains, Serpents,-Candles, Squibs, Crack ova, Rockets, Bengal Light«, Coloured Lights, Silver Trees.

SHILLING.-Rockets, Roman Candles, Bengal Lights, Coloured Lights, Italian Streamers, Mines, Jacks-lh-Box, Flower- pots, Maroons, Golden Fountains.

TWO SHILLINGS.-Rockets, Roman Candles (bright), Roman CandleH (coloured), Italian Strpamers, Coloured

Lights, Bengal Lights, Mines, Chinese | Trees, Flower-pots, Maroons, Jacks-in Box, Tourbillions.

THREE SHILLINGS, - Rockets, Coloured Roman 'Çnndles, Pyramids, Roman Candles, Coloured LlghtH, Mines, Bouquet of Gerbs, Pyramid Silver Trees.

FOUR SHILLINGS.-Rockets, Pris- matic Lights, Mines, Roman Candles, .Tnek - in - Box, Bouquet Streamers, Coloured Roman Candles.

FIVE SHILLINGS.-Rockets, with Bright Stars ; Rockets, with Coloured Stars ; Devll-nmong-the-Tallors.

Pyramids, Romans ! Blue, Green, and Rptl Fire, In, quarter nnd hnlf-pound tins ; Coloured Fire, In boxes ; Bengal Matches, Id. box ; Chinese Crackers.

For every Five Shillings' worth of Fire- works purchased, the Customer -will Re- ceive a Shilling Parcel of same GRATIS.

WHOLESALE BUYERS OF FIRE-

WORKS LIBERALLY

TREATED,

The ARCADE KEROSENE STOVE and KETTLE, price 3s. Od. complete ; another lot Just arrived. Postage, 93.

The Ansonla Alarm Clock; " Pirate," nickel, 4s. lid., highly recommended.

Coloured Crinkled Taper, all the choicest colours.

Brocaded Crinkled Paper, six patterns. Folding Scissors, id.

The Largest and Most Varied Stock of Picture Books in the colony ; from Id. upwards.

Scrap Albums from Od. each. Reliefs |

and Scraps In variety.

Christmas Tree Ornaments - Wax ¡

Candles, Candle Holders, Holly, Mistle-

toe, Father Christmas Figure, Jack j

Frost, &c"

Thousands of Penny and Twopenny ]

Toys.

Japanese Baskets, Lanterns, Easels,

Stools, Fans, and Toys. Fans for de- |

coration from 4d. per dozen.

BAMBOO BLINDS.

SPECIAL PRICES.

3-feet.Is. lOd ,8-feet .3s 6d. 4-feet'.2s. 3d. 6-feet .2e. 8d 7-feet .3s, 2d.

0-feet .4B. 3d. 10-foet .EH. Od.

feet .OH. ?d. New Stock of Lamps are now opening. Eight Cases of Baskets are just received.

NOVELTIES IN TOYS.

The MULTIFORM COMBINATION TOP, One Shilling ; Post Fiee, Is. 3d.

The AUTOMATIC SWIMMING FROG, Two Shillings ; Post Free, 2s. 3d. De- scribed by all the home papers as the most original toy of the season.

JAPANESE KITES, 2d. and 3d. each. PEPPER'S GHOST, Price 2s.

AN EXCURSION TO LONDON, 2s.

These last two lines cannot be sent by

Post.

NEW PUZZLE SNAKE AND STAR,

Threepence.

My Stock of TOYS, GLASSWARE, SIIELLWORK. ALBUMS. FANCY GOODS, GAMES, FANCY CHINA, JAPANESE GOODS, and ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS, &c, will, I think, COMPARE FAVOURABLY, both as to VARIETY and PRICE, with ! I hat HELD BY ANY OTHER HOUSE

IN THE TRADE.

; I note, from the many flowery adver-

tisements, &c, that some SEVEN ! HOUSES have each the " largest," I " finest," " cheapest," most .' superb," I " bewildering," and " beautiful" display

of goods, and that most of them claim to " give the best value," to be the I " cheapest house In town," nnd to have i " far and away the LOWEST PRICES

i in the town." Notwithstanding, I In- | i vite one nnd all to CALL at the AR-

CADE, ALL GOODS BEING MARKED IN PLATN FIGURES. Customers can judge for themselves ns to Value,

Variety, &c.

i In USEFUL GOODS my Stock is

BETTER ASSORTED THAN EVER OROCKERY and GLASS, DINNER and TEA SETS. LAMPS, KEROSENE STOVES, CUTLERY, TOOLS, BRUSH- I WARE, TIN and ENAMEL WARE.

Useful HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES of nil Kinds can be BOUGHT at the i ARCADE.

! A Liberal Reduction given to Schools

and Bazaars,

! GOODS Supplied both Wholesale and

Retail for CASH ONLY. One Price, i All Goods Plainly Marked at Retail Prices. Shopkeepers who require small quantities liberally treated.

RUSSELL WILKINS,

THE RED ARCADE, BRISBANE.

And

Kent-street, Maryborough ¡ East-street, Rockhampton ; Sydney-street, Mackay ; Marine Parade, Gladstone.

N.B.-All Orders must be accompanied by Cash.

Drapery «nil Clothing.

VISITORS SHOULD NOT FAIL

To

' INSPECT THE FINE RANGE

Of .

CHRISTMAS GOODS NOW SHOWN

By

ALLAN & STARK, Limited.

The Value In, DOLLS, TOYS, and FANCY GOODS Is acknowledged to be Al. See the Windows, and Display In Pyramid and Tables on Ground Floor.

SPECIAL PURCHASE of Two Very Best Qualtlties in CHINA MATTING ; 20 pattern«, yard wide, and without Joins, in both qualities. This is a great im- provement on the old style, with joins every two yurds, and is only fit to be laid on one side. Tho Seamless Matting costs more to make, but is far superior.

This Lot we offer ;-.

Extra Super Quality, very ¡strong, Sd. per yard, never usually sold under Is. 2d.

Super Quality, also Seamless, 7d. per yard, never usually sold under la.

Line of Floorcloths, with Border, for

passages, Sft. Oin. wide, Is. per yard ;

worth Is. Gd.

JAPANESE MATS : SQUARES for Bedrooms, very oheap. Curtain Poles, with Brass Mountings complete, 2s. ¡Id. each. Spring Rollers for Blinds, and Window Art Hollands ; new lot : cheap. Bamboo Blinds for Verandas, at 'owost list ; all sizes.

Figured Madras Muslin, for Curtains or Draping ; various shades, self colours ; 30in. wide. Usual value, Is. per yard ; now 4s. lid. per dozen.

Very Special Value In Turkish Towels at 0?'id.. 7%d., und 10i/.d.

IN DRESS DEPARTMENT,

New Delivery of Plain Striped Prints, assorted, in Wide and Narrow Solid Stripes ; fast colourr ; in great demand.

Special 421n. AVldo New Crêpons, in white, cream, buttercup, blue, eau-do-nll, pink, heliotrope, und navy ; _ from 0 lo 7 yards used for full dress ; Is. 0',<¡d. per yard.

42ln. Creponne, in various shades, 2s. lid, per dress of fl yards.

42ln. Summer Dross Tweeds, assorted small chocks, 2s. lid. por dress of G

yards.

Just Opened, one case Twill Surah Sljk, lO^ln. wide, in black,Nwhlte, cream, heliotrope, navy, sky, pink, rose pink, shrimp or salmon, eerlse, cardinal, mid maroon, eau-de-nll, apple green, söge green, cornflower, and amber or old gold. All one price, Is. Gd. per yard, Five yards usual length required for fashion-

able blouse.

JUST OPENED, SPECIAL LINES of MILLINER\r for CHRISTMAS TRADE.

Following op the very successful siuo of Men's White Dressed Shirts two months ago,

ALLAN it STARK, Limited,

Have Secured Another Stock in the Southern markets, which is just in time for Christmas tratio and pressing de-

mands, of hut woathcr.

This Purchase Is divided In three lots. The grunter portion have square cuffs, and both opon front and button behind may he had in nearly ¡ill sizes, Min. to

nilli

LOT 1 coiisiPts ol' While Shirts with Coloured 1'lqtie Fronts and Cuffs ; usual price, ñf. Gd., now 2s. lid.

LOT ii.-Open-front or Button-behind White Shirts, Linen Fronts and Fittings; good value at fis. lid., now for 3s. lid.

LOT a.-Best Quality (only 11 dozen),

Is. lid. each.

These are certain lu bo sold as fast as previous lot, and some of Ihe sixes will soon be out. '

Very Special Lot nf Men's Ties, fid. each, are also offered. ' ?

SPECIAL NOTICE.

During Christmas Week, to all Buyer« of 20s. and upwards, Special lionus Coupons are issued in proportion to amount bought. These Coupons enable holder lio seleelt nny article free of charge to value of Coupon.

ALLANA STARK, Limited,

Queun-street.

Partnership Notices

NOTICE is hereby given that the PARTNERSHIP hitherto existing   between and BUSINESS carried on by us, the undersigned, DANIEL HENRY CUDMORE, MILO ROBERT CUD- MORE, and ARTHUR FREDERICK CUDMORE, as Sheep Farmers, at Avoca Station and Popiltah Station, in New South Wales, Oakvale Station in South Australia, and Boondoon Station in   Queensland, under the style or firm of Cudmore Brothers, is and has been as

from the 31st day of March, 1895, DIS-  

SOLVED and DETERMINED by mutual consent. The Boondoon Station   will be carried on by the said Daniel   Henry Cudmore on his own account in his own name, and the Avoca, Popeltah,

and Oakvale Stations will be carried on  

by the said Milo Robert Cudmore and Arthur Frederick Cudmore on their own account under the same style or Arm of

Cudmore Brothers.

Dated at Adelaide this Twenty-third day of November, 1895.

MILO R. CUDMORE. D. H. CUDMORE.

Witness to the signatures of the said Daniel Henry Cudmore and Milo Robert Cudmore : HAY MOULDEN, South Ade-

laide.

A. F. CUDMORE.

Witness to the signature of the said Arthur Frederick Cudmore : W. H. G. IIABERSHON.

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H RIST M AS PRESENTS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

JAPANESE CHINAWARE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

FANCY GLASSWARE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

FANCY CHINAWARE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

ELECTRO-PLATED NOVELTIES. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

JAPANESE BAMBOO NOVELTIES. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

RATTAN CANE FURNITURE. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

FANCY UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

IN-ALL HOUSEHOLD LINES. A whole Host lot Every-day Lines, such as Couches, Chairs, Wire Mat- tresses, Bedding, Bedsteads, Crockery, and Furniture of all Kinds, SPECIALLY REDUCED THIS JOYOUS SEASON.

SEE THE WINDOWS !

And havinK seen them, WALK IN- SIDE and INSPECT the FINK DIS- PLAY ON THE OTHER FLOORS.

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And NEVER FORGET that the ONLY ADDRESS Is as under :

JOHN HICKS,

COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER,

Corner of

GEORGE-STREET AND ANN

STREET ONLY.

NO BRANCHES.

IT^OR Entertaining Reading on all sub

? jects, read the Special Domestic and Literary Page of the EVENING OB- SERVER.

Drnperr and Clothing.

CH.

A.PMAN & COMPANY'S CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION IS THE BEST IN BRISBANE.

The Marvellous Variety of TOYS, GAMES, FANCY GLASS and BAS- KET WARE, BRIC-A-BRAC, and NOVELTIES of Every Description for the Festive Season, Is now on View, and far and away surpass anything to be seen in this City.

TUB ELEVATOR will take you to a FAIRY- DREAMLAND, Cool and Re- freshing, full of Wonders from every part of the Globe. They are both amus- ing and edifying. Blina your Children to the Show before the big Christmas

rush sets in.

The Priée will suit evciy purse, fiom

ONE PENNY TO POUNDS.

PRESENTATION OF NICKEL

PLATED CLOCKS

During this week, to every Cash Cus- tomer of 'from One to Two Pounds., we ?will present them with a Nickel-plated Clock, and to every Cash Customer of from Two Pounds and upwaids, with a Nickel-plated Alarm Clock. All Cash Customers from far and near will parti- cipate In this Grund Christmas Distri-

bution.

COSTUMES. COSTUMES.

COSTUMES.

We are determined lo make a Clean Sweep of all our latest Imported WASH- ING? COSTUMES. The veiy pick of the Home Markets. The Style, Fabrics, and Colouring are charmingly beautiful. The list of tho following liberal Réductions will cpnvlnce you of the Excellent Bnr gnlns to be secured ..-His, (id. reduced to Os. lid.; ISs, lid. reduced to Ila. lid.; lils. Od. reduced to 13s. lid.; 1!5B. reduced to 14s. lid,; 32s. Öd. reduced to 17s. lid. The materlifls they are made of are Cambric«, Prints, Drills, Zephyrs, Hollands, Piques, and Oatmeal Cloths. The Costume con- sists ol' Skirt, with either Cupe, Blouse, or Jucket. They are more or lons trimmed with Lace and Embroidery, and .well made. ,

MILLINERY. MILLINERY.

MILLINERY.

We have Just opened TWO CASES of the veiy latest designs in Straws. The Goodwood, The Alpine, Jumbo, nnd Whole Straws. These are quite the rngo at Home, and although the Newest, they are marked at such low pi lees that Is sure to make a speedy clearance.

We call Special Attention to our FRENCH and ENGLISH IMPORTED TRIMMED HATS and BONNETS. As wo never hold over to another season any of UICBO Novelties, we have taken a very large discount off our ordinary prices to gain two points,-firstly, to mttko a Clean Sweep ; secondly, to enable Ladies to secure a Ron! Com of o Hat or Bonner at a lldlculously Low Price. Wo invite your Inspection

SILKS. SILKS. SILKS.

We have jufcl purc/hused a Case of New Chene, Gaufre, Blouse Silks-the very

Newest Designs.

GREAT NO^KLTIES.-Owing to a

delay In the transit, they are to be given away at is. Od. per yaid. They are pui'e Silk, and worth double the money. Gail in at CHAPMAN & COMPANY'S and

see them,

CHRISTMAS BOXES.

The Best House In the City for a CHRISTMAS BOX is

CHAPMAN & COMPANY,

THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS, QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE.

D,

M ' N A B,

TAILOR, MEN'S MERCER, AND

SHIRTMAKER,

SEASONABLE LINES.

Men's Blown Drill Coats and Trousers to measure, from 22s,; Coal, VeBt, and Trousers, fiom 28s. Gd. Made up of carefully selected Cloths, and thoroughly

shrunk.

Men's Coloured Llnon Duck and Drill Suits, fast colours, Coat and Trousers, from 37s. Od.; Three Garments Suits, from

45s.

Some Special Lines of All-wool Cloths for Summer Suits In Indigo Serge, Coloured Scrgerettes, and Fancy Worsted Suitings, at Ms. tho Full Suit. Better Materials, equally good value, up

to £4 4s. a Suit.

Men's Soft Mat |ShlrtB, collar and pocket, guaranteed shrunk, all sizes, 4s. Gd. and 4s. lid. each.

Men's Cellular Shirts, own make, full sizes and thoroughly shrunk, 5s. each.

Pyjamas, own make, all sizes, two special Unes at 4s. lid, nnd OH. Od. a suit.

Men's and Youths' Boaters in all the latest makes In Rustió and Chilian Straws, Brazilians, Bamboos, &c.

A fresh dellveiy of Soft Felts, latest styles.

D. M ' N A B,

GLASGOW HOUSE,

Telegraph Newspaper Company's Build-

ings,

QUEEN-STREET. BRISBANE,

I'tUH'Wil Noller«,

ÏFUNERAL NOTICE-The Friends or

; Mr. JAMES CARMICHAEL are re- spectfully Invited tri attend, the Funeral of his deceased Son, Peter, to move from his residence, off Montague-toad, South Brisbane, THIS (Thuisduy) AFTER- NOON, 19th December, at 3 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery.

K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.

FUNERALS.-SILLETT & BAR-

RETT, Undertakers and Em balmers, Petrle's Bight ; and Roma street, opposite Railway Gates. Tele- phone, 2G0._ B?UNERALS.-K. M. SMITH, Under fi? taker and Certificated Embalmer, George-street; Telephone, 101; and Wlck ham-Btreet, Valley ; Telephone, 332.

F

UNERALS. FUNERALS.

Mr. JOHN HISLOP, the Leading Un- dertaker and Embalmer, of 16 QUEEN STREET, has decided to REDUCE the PRICES of all Classes of Funerals, to suite the present depressed times. It is well known that J. H. has the FINEST PLANT In the SOUTHERN HEMI- SPHERE, and all who may require its us>e can obtain It at the VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.

REGISTERED WHITE HEARSE, specially designed and built for Young People and Children, at a MERE NOMI- NAL CHARGE.

Plumes, when required, WITHOUT ANY EXTRA CHARGE.

NOTE THE ADDRESS : 16 Queen street, opposite Town Hall.

ALWAYS OPEN.

npiIOMASON'S CERTAIN CORN JL CURE cures Hard and Soft Corns. Free by post, la. THOMASON BROS. COMPANY, Chemists, Brisbane. Postal OrderB a speciality.

Drapery and Clothing.

IOR THIS i.'UMM'SR., SEASON.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO. Have already Received

1379 PACKAGES OF MERCHANDISE.

This gives an idea of the

ENORMX3US QUANTITY OF GOODS

We get through'. .

CHRISTMAS SHOW IiOW ON.

We Invita

INSPECTION OF GOODS'

In -VII pur Departments.

COME TO LOOK AND YOU WILL

STAY TO BUY.

TIBE MERITS OF OUR

GOODS, 'VALUES, AND PRICES -

Speak for Themselves.

We ask you lo verify this fact.

FINNEY, TSLES, & CO

ST E C I A L V A-L U E

In

CHILDREN'S BLACK ' LISLE THREAD HOSE, Sixes 2 2/G, 3 2/9, 4 3/-, 5 3/3, G ,'1/G, will be cleared at Is. per pair ; all sizob.

Another Lot of LADIES' TAN KID GLOVES, all si/.es, Is. DV£d. pair.

fiO Pairs LACE CURTAINS, 2% yards lons, Helling ni is. fid. pnlr Í 50 Palra ditto, 3 yards long, 2s. lid.

SEE THE BARGAINS IN QUILTS

¿ AND TOWELS THIS WEEK.

' 4000 Yards ZEPHYRS, lOVjd. to Is. 2d.

per yard, clearing at 5s. lid. and Gs. lid.

dozen.

, .Another Lot ol' our Famous MOS- QUITO NETS- »11 widths,.ut job prices. Just opened. ;

BOYS' SUMMER SUITS', in endless vaiiety, from 2s. lid. , ,

150 Pair MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, 7s, Gd., clearing at 3s. lid.

WILLIAM JACK & COMPANY,

100 QUEEN-STREET

' r» *>' ProljMBloiHH notice?.

TTOMEOPATHIC, MEDICINES.

H. R, DIXON,

<<> No. 1 Town Hall Buildings,

1 ' Queen-Btreet,

Has Reduced the Price of Homeopathic Medicines far below that of any other vendor in the"" Australian Colonies. Everything sold can bo relied upon for 'purity and strength, as all Medicines are prepared under the personal supervision of a Qualified Apothecary, registered in London and InQuconslund. IT. R, DIXON is not a phurmaceutlcal chemist or phar- macist, nor hus he ever represented him- self as being so,

D

K N T I S T It Y,

Mr. MOSES WARDT the .oldest-estab-

lished Dentist in Queensland, , bogs to Inform tho public that lils rooms are now fitted with all »the latest and most modern appliances, and that he is In a position to undertake all branches of Dontlstry. Operations skilfully per- formed by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas and other anaesthetics. Teeth care- fully filled with the best and most suit- able material. M. W. pays particular and careful attention to the regulation of Children's Teeth, which Is very im- portant. Mr. JOHN "W. WARD Is now assisting the above in all branches of the profession, and has made Gold Fill- ing a special study. Patients can rely on having- First-class Workmanship at Model ate Charges.

MOSES WARD,

Chemist and Dentist,

193 Queen-street, near Q.N. Bank,

BRISBANE. Telephone 328.

np li O S. B U , P D, J. 137 Queen-street, Brisbane.

NEW GOODS Ex S.S. GULF OF SIAM,

INDIA, ETC.

LADIES''WALKING SHOES, In Tan

and Black.

LADIES' WALKING BOOTS, Aa

soi ted.

LADIES' DRESS SHOES and SLIP-

PERS.

GENTS' WALKING BOOTS and SHOES, Tan and Black.

GENTS' DRESS SHOES and SLIP-

PERS.

INFANTS' GOODS In Great Variety.

Splendid Values.

INSPECTION INVITED.

THOS. BUDD,

137 Queen-street

WM. HORSLEY & 0O"

WINE AND SPIRIT MER- CHANTS, Eagje-street, Brisbane.

Agents

WHITE HORSE CELLAR WHISKY. ABERFELDY WHISKY. COLONSAY WHISKY.

DUNVILLE'S V.R. OLD . IRISH

WHISKY.

R. METAYER & CO'S FRENCH DELICACIES. t

| HORSLEY'S XMAS HAMPERS, j

UNSURPASSED IN VALUE. ' WINE HAMPER, 20s.

CHAMPAGNE HAMPER, GOB.

ASSORTED SPIRIT HAMPER-The

Acme-60s. .

ASSORTED BEER HAMPER, 24s.

ALL NET CASH WITH ORDER.

Write for full Particulars, or see " Queenslander." Delivered free In Bris- bane, or to Wharf or Rail.

ÜERK.INS Se CO., LIHITBD.

Thoir FirBt Prize XXX ALESiaad STOUT ax« the BEST in the Market

NEWS AND NOTES, In the EVENING

OBSERVER, is a Splendid Assort- ment of Newsy Comments culled from all Quarters of the Globe.

J JACKSON & CO..

. WHOLESALE PRODUCE MER-

CHANTS, AUCTIONEERS,

AND COMMISSION AGENTS,

Receive FOR BALE and PROMPT RETURNS all kinds of FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE. Local and Northern Orders promptly executed.

EAGLE-STREET AND ROMA

STREET, BRISBANE.

CASTLEMAINE STOUT is brewo4

from the choicest material*

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