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Of the

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CEYLON TEA PLANTERS'

ASSOCIATION,

CINNAMON GARDENS, COLOMBO.

Queensland Branch : i CELTIC BUILDINGS,

GEORGE-STREET, BRISBANE.

Carernment Artveriixemenii.

T AND FOR SELECTION.

Under the Agricultural Land Purchase

Act of 1804.

¡NORTH TOOLBURRA AND GLEN-

GALLAN ESTATES,

Darling Downs District.

SPECIAL ATTENTION is directed to the Proclamations published in the " Go- vernment Gazettes" of the 2Sth Decem- ber last (No. 172), and the 18th January instant (No. 16), Throwing Open to

CONDITIONAL SELECTION,

On and after

¡TUESDAY, 18th FEBRUARY NEXT,

> At the Land Ofllce, Warwick

EIGHTY (SO) FARMS

On the NORTH TOOLBURRA ESTATE, containing from 66 to 320 Acres, and

FIFTY-SEVEN (57) FARMS

On the GLENGALLAN ESTATE, con- taining from Ten (10) Acres to One hun- dred and Sixty (160) Acres.

The Purchasing1 Price of the Land, on the NORTH TOOLBURRA ESTATE

Will be from

TEN SHILLINGS (10s.) TO FOUR

POUNDS (£4) AN ACRE ;

And that on the GLENGALLAN ESTATE from

ONE POUND TEN SHILLINGS (£1

10s.) TO FIVE POUNDS '(£5) AN

ACRE.

Payments can extend over a period of 20 years.

A. H. BARLOW*. Department of Public Lands,

Brisbane, 20th January, 1896.

Further particulars can be obtained on application to the, Land Agent, War- wick, and to the Head Office, Brisbane.^ ?VTOTICE To TIMBER-GETTERS lil AND OTHERS.

I hereby notify that the PINE TIM- BER standing on the Timber Reserve In the Parishes of Telemon and Roberts will be OFFERED FOR SALE, at the Police Court, Beaudesert, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of February» 1896, at 12

o'clock Noon.

W. M. WATTS,

Land Commissioner. Brisbane, 22nd January, 1896.

Election Notices.

TO MR. JOHN GRAY McNAB.  

We, the undersigned RATEPAYERS of the West Ward, hereby earnestly request that you will allow yourself to be NOMI- NATED as a CANDIDATE to repre- sent the West Ward In the City

Council :

Janet Walker J. G. Smith E. A. Joliffe J. James

A. Koenig Thos. Hannah Jas. Hill, M.D,. W. Hopp

C. G. Berry F. H. Banford John Smith Chas. Alortimer John W. Young G. Manderfleld Alex. C. Wishart J. W. Alurdoch

Jas. Grant W. F. Charrengton Jas. Webster W. Beard

J. Emery Geo. R. Ryder A. Hanan , Lord & ,Ca.

J. M'Kenzie E. A. Lovelock 'A H. Drinkwater S. Phillips

G. Keal ' L. Robinson

Dawson Hazelton J!' Davis ' ' P. M'Bride W. Ham

P. W. Crowe J. Dander

Al. Cohen , , J. Dowridge H. Goodhead J. Finlayson J. Fitzgerald , H. Gralton, G. W. C. Smith &c, &c.

To the LADIES and GENTLEMEN signing the above requisition,-I have pleasure in acceding to your request, and Consent to become ,a Candidate for the vacancy in the Council for the West Ward of the City. If elected, my services will be devoted with all my energy-and a knowledge of local go- vernment gained in one of the best conducted suburban shires-to the In- tel ests of the West Ward and the City generally. Not coming forward under the wing or tutelage of any individual alderman, or section of aldermen, my ictions are perfectly free and un- lettered. Therefore I may briefly state my views on the various matters affect- ing the Ward and City, speaking fully at Public Meeting later --(A) Health : Whilst fully appreciating the efforts made towards cleansing the City, I strongly favour furthering the same, and making a strenuous effort to place our City in the front rank of Australian capitals. Public Abattoirs, so long spoken about, should be established, and a system of Inspection, by experts, of all meat, &c, offered for sale. (B) Public Services : (1) Water, (2) Lighting, (3) Traffic-Public Conveyances, Ferries, &c. All these I think should be more fully under Municipal control, to effect better and cheaper services to the Public and Ratepayers. (C) Revenue : The powers conferred by the present Act should be carefully dealt with, every care being taken in adjusting the rating to enable the carrying on of the many services in a thorough ard worthy manner, without placing extra burdens on the ratepayers. If returned as your representative, I shall deem it an honour and privilege to be a member of the Council of my native City. As I do not believe in the elaborate and expensive methods usually taken to canvass and Induce ratepayers to poll their votes, I take this opportunity to solicit those ratepayers in favour of me or my views to record their Votes on 4th February. Yours faithfully,

J. G. McNAB.

George-street, 20th January, 1896.

R

EQUISITIÖN.

To THOMAS FINNEY, Esq , J P.,

Sidney House,

Toowong.

Dear Sir,-We, the undersigned Elec- tors of Toowong, beg respectfully to request that you will allow yourself to be NOA1INATED to Contest the Seat for Toowong at the forthcoming General Election. Should you comply with our request, the Committee promise to spare no effort to secure your return.

(Signed)

Charles Patterson T. Harding A. J. Hunter J Turner H. H. Payne G. Kibble

S. TV. Jones W. H. Knowles, jun J. Moffatt W. A. Cribb

T. E. Thorpe W. W. Watts J. Watson J. H Shaw

James Love. James Cumes,

And between six hundred and seven hundred other electors.

REPLY.

Gentlemen,-In reply to your Requi- sition, I beg to Inform you that, having given the matter full consideration, I have much pleasure in complying with your request to offer myself as a Candidate for the Electorate of Too- wong at the forthcoming General Election.

I will go to the Poll determined to give the Government an independent sup- port, and will accord the same to all beneficial legislation which may be brought forward.

I will give my views more fully in my published address, and personally in lae different centres of the Electorate.

I remain, Gentlemen,

y Your obedient Servant,

THOS. FINNEY,

Election Notices.

D

IVT8ION . OF .REDCLIFFE.

ANNUAL ELECTION.

The following Candidates have been NOMINATED .

i No. 1 Subdivision->

| WILLIAM CRIBB.

WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON.

No. 2 Subdivision HENRY DONKIN.

EDWARD BARTON SOUTHER DEN, Junior.

I There being more than the required number of Candidates, a POLL will be taken on SATURDAY, 1st February, 1896, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p m., at Jameson's Boarding-house, Woody Point, for No. 1 Subdivision ; Court-house, Redcliffe, for No. 2 Sub- division ; and Grand Arcade, Brisbane, for both Subdivisions, for the purpose of electing Members of the Board for the

said Subdivisions.

ALFRED W. HAM,

Returning Officer, Board Office,

North Pine, 17th January, 1896._ "JTNDOOROOPILLY DIVISION.

ANNUAL ELECTIONS.

The following NOMINATIONS of CANDIDATES, to fill the Vacancies on the above Board, were received by me on TUESDAY, the 21st of January :

Subdivision No. 1-JOHN HENRY LAHEY.

Subdivision No. 2-THOMAS JOSEPH MOORE.

For Auditor JAMES SHAW.

There were no Nominations for Sub- division No. 3. Being only the required number Nominated for Subdivisions No. 1 and No. 2, Messrs. LAHEY, MOORE, and SHAW (Auditor) were declared duly ELECTED at Noon on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd January.

THOMAS MAKEPEACE,

Returning Officer. Board's Office,

Kenmore, 24th January, 1896._

HIRE OF COORPAROO.

ANNUAL ELECTION.

The following CANDIDATES have been duly NOMINATED for the'position

of Councillor .

For No. 1 Ward

GEORGE HENRY BLOCKSIDGE, East Brisbane, Commission Agent.

For No. 2 Ward

WILLIAM MEEKE, Cleveland-street, Grocer and Draper.

SAMUEL WINTERBOTTOM, Cleve- land-road, 'Bus Proprietor.

For No. 3 Ward

RICHARD STRANGMAN TAYLOR, Beresford-terrace, Lloyd's Surveyor.

MICHAEL COLEMAN MCDERMOTT, Sandgate, Gentleman.

For Auditors

THOMAS HARKAWAY CHANDLER, Cavendlsh-road, Commission Agent,

S

There being only the required number of Candidates Nominated for No. 1 Ward, and one Candidate Nominated for the position of Auditor, I have this day declared G. II. BLOCKSIDGE duly ELECTED as a COUNCILLOR for No. 1 Ward, and T. H. CHANDLER duly ELECTED as an AUDITOR.

An ELECTION for Wards Nos. 2 and 3 will be held on TUESDAY, the 4th February next, and I have appointed the following Polling Places :-Shire Hall, Coorparoo, for No. 2 Ward only ; Grand Arcade, iQueen-=trept, for Wards Nos. 2 and 3 ; and at Mr. R. Small's Shop, Logan-road, for No. 3 Wari only.

JOHN V. FRANCIS;

Returning Officer. Council ChamJbers, Oorparoo, ^ 24th January, 1896.

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Legal Notice«._, N THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In the TRUST DISPOSITION or

SETTLEMENT of JANE SCOTT, late of Galashiels, in 'Scotland, Widow, De-

ceased.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the nubllcation hereof, applica- tion will be made to this HonourableCour t that ANCILLARY PROBATE of the TRUST DISPOSITION or SETTLE- MENT of the abovenamed Jine Scott, deceased, may be granted to CHARLES WILLIAM ISCOTT, of Galashiels afore- said, Manufacturer, 'the sole Executor named in the said Trust Disposition or Settlement Any person interested who desires 'to object Ko the application or to 'be heard upon It may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.

Dated this Twenty-fifth day of January, A.D. One thousand eight hun- dred and ninety-six. .

HART, FLOWER, & DRURY, Solici- tors for the said Charles William Scott, Adelaide-street, Brisbane.

IN ~~THE ~SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In the WILL of JAMES ai'LAY, late of

Tiverton, Waterworks-road, Brisbane, in the Colony of Queensland, Artist,

" Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that ADMINISTRATION of the Personal Estate of the said James M'Lay. with his WILL, may be granted to AGNES BROWN M'LAY, of Bris- bane aforesaid, the lawful Sister of the said deceased, and one of the Legatees named In the said Will, the said Testa- tor not having appointed an Executor of his said Will. Any person Interest- ed, who desires to object to the applica- tion, or to be heard upon it, may file a Caveat In the Registry at any time before the grant Is made.

Dated this Twenty-fifth day of Janu- ary, A.D. 1896,

1 JOHN REID GAIR, Solicitor for the said Agnes Brown M'Lay, Queen-street,

Brisbane.

Ï~N THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In-the GOODS of JOHN FREDERICK

BARNETT, late of Croydon, in the Colony of Queensland, Commission Agent, Deceased Intestate.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration* of fourteen days from thepub licatlon hereof, application will be made to this Honourable Court that AD- MINISTRATION of the Personal Estate of the abovenamed John Frederick

Barnett, deceased, who died intestate,' may be granted to MINERVA ANNE BARNETT, of Croydon, in the said colony, the lawful Widow of the said deceased.

Dated this Twenty^thlrd day of Janu- ary, 1896.

CHAMBERS. BRUCE, & M'NAB, Adelaide-street, Brisbane, Agents for Lyons and Robinson, Normanton, Proc- tors for the said Minerva Anne Bar-

nett.

N THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In the GOODS of MARY ANN MOR-

GAN, late of Bowen, In the Colony of Queensland, Wife of David Morgan, of Bowen aforesaid, an Employee on the Dredge Platypus, Deceased, In-

testate.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that ADMINISTRATION of the Personal Estate of the abovenamed Mary Ann Morgan, deceased, who died Intes- tate at Kamehill Cottage, Kilbarehan, Renfrewshire, Scotland, may be granted to DAVID AIORGAN, at present an Employee on the Dredge Platypus, at Bowen aforesaid, the Husband of the

said deceased.

Dated at Brisbane this Twenty-fourth day of January, 1S96.

RUTHNING & JENSEN, Solicitors for the said David Morgan, Queen-street,

Brisbane.

N THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In 'the WILL and CODICIL' >of

AUTHUR COWPER RANYARD, late of No, 13 Hunter-street, Brunswick square, in the County of London, England, and of No. 11 Stone Build- ings, Lincoln's Inn, In the same County, Barrister-a,t-LaW, Deceased.

^Notice is hereby given that, aifter^ihe expiration of fourteen 'days (from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that ANCILLARY PROBATE of the WILL, with one CODICIL, of the abovenamed Arthur Cowper Ranyard, deceased, may be granted to FREDERICK ANTHONY WHITE, of 170 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, in the County of London, England, Esquire, and OWEN WILLMER WHITE, of ithe St. Paneras Ironworks, in the same County, Esquire, the Exe- cutors named in the said Will. Any per- son interested .who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon It may file a Caveat 'In the Registry at any time (before ithe grant is male.

Dated this Twenty-fifth day of January, A.D. 1896.

HART, FLOWER, i& DRURY, Solici- tors for the said Frederick Anthony White and Owen Willmer White, Ade- laide-street, Brisbane.

IN THE ' SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND. - Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. In the WILL of RICH- ARD COMAN, late of Gympie, in the Colony of Queensland, Engine-driver, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, application will be made to the said Honourable Court that PROBATE of 'the WILL of the abovenamed Richard Coman, deceased, may be granted to JULIA LITTLE, Wife of John Little, of Gympie aforesaid, Miner, the sole Executrix named in the above Will. Any person interested who de- sires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. Dated this Fifteenth day of January, A.D. 1896. TOZER & CONWELL, Solicitors for the said Julia Little, Mary-street, Gympie. Town Agents - TOZER, CONWELL, & TOZER, Solicitors, George-street, Bris-

bane^_

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In the WILL of GEORGE KELLY, late

of Stone Quarry, near Ipswich, in the Colony of Queensland, Farmer, De- ceased, i

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiiation of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court ithat PROBATE of the WILD of the abovenamed George Kelly, de- ceased, may be granted to STEPHEN KELLY, of Colinton, in the Colony of Queensland, Labourer, and JOSEPH ANDREW PLATZ, of Dunlop, in the saifl colony, Farmer, the Executors named in the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application or to be heard upon it may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made. i

Dated this Twenty-fifth day of Janu- ary, A.D. 1S9B.

JOSEPH AfGRATH, Solicitor for the said Stephen Kelly and Joseph Andrew Platz, " Queensland Times" Chambers, Brisbane-street, Ipswich. ,

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_Legal Notley».

THE mPREMH COURT OF

Q'teensl^d.

In the LANDl and G(t>DS of SIMON

SINCLAIR, late of [Blackall Range, -Landsborous'l ln [he Colony of Queensland, alecto* Deceased, In-

testate. 1

Notice is here! ivL that, after the

expiration of £lurtea» days from the publication her*J nplication will be made to this Ho* i Court that AD-

MINISTRATION1^^ Real and Per-

sonal Estateof tht^gjvenameddeceased, who died intestat&T[ay be granted to JUSTIN FOX GRÏJndaw FOXTON, of Brisbane, in tfllT'olony of Queens- land, Solicitor, thcilwfully constituted Attorney of THOMIJon SINCLAIR, ot Mount Pleasant, n* Falstone, In the County of Northurr*riand, in England, Labourer, JAMES JNCLAIR, of Hare law Hill Cottage, C10bie, in the County of Dumfriesshh e, IiScotland, Labourer, CHRISTOPHER SINCLAIR, of 1 Spen- cer-lane, Uphollandiin the County of Lancashire, in Enand, Miner, being the lawful Brothers cthe said Intestate, BARBARA CREIGIlpN, of 13 Black- all-street, In the City)f Carlisle, in the County of CumbeiUa, m England, Widow, JANE BOUSsaD, of 44 Mul- lane, Upholland, aforra widow, and MARY ANN LOWE, 0f Lark Hall, Kirkwhelpington, in ti sa¡¿ County of Northumberland, Wife * George Lowes, shepherd, being the lawa sisters of the said Intestate, JOH THOMPSON COMMON, of Agars nil, Whitfield, In the said County of .irthumberland, Farmer, ELLEN COMta^, of Hope terrace, Alnwick, In theUia County of

Northumberland, Spl Jrîr( JAMES COMMON, of Park HousV[n the Parish of Hexham, in the said Jinty of Nor- thumberland, Farmer, AGES WILLIS, of 12 Sydenham-place, Otl-road, Brad- ford, in the County of Yorfoire, in Eng- land, Wife of Robson W11 j, tailor, and MOLLIE GALL, of Bricburn, New Houses, Pauperhaugh, I the said County of Northumberlai# wife of Joseph Gall, labourer, bein the lawful Sons and Daughters of Mok Common, deceased, a Sister of the sa intestate, and CHRISTINA SINCLAHbeaTTIE, Wife of Walter Beattie, 05 Lindis farne-street, Carlisle aforc.ia road- man, JAMES A'RMSTRON 0f Bar rockparlc Lodge, Hesket, ih'-he said County of Cumberland, Platcyer, and JANE EDGAR, of Qualit: Corner, Whitehaven, in the said Count0f Cum- berland, Wife of James Edga signal- man, being the lawful Sons anTjaugh ters of Margaret Armstrong, ceased,

a Sister of the said Intestate.

Dated this Twenty-first day Janu- ary, A.D. 1896.

POLLET LOFTUS CARDEW, roctor for the said Justin Fox Greenlaw «ton, Albert-street, Brisbane, and at Uiwich.

I

N THE SUPREME COUR' OF

I QUEENSLAND.

In tlie LANDS of, MARCt>ET

ROACHE, late of Roll-on, in the Colony of Queensland (Wl of

Patrick Roache, of the same placier

rier), Deceased, Intestate.

Notice is hereby given that, after ie expiration of fourteen days from (e publication hereof, application will e made to this Honourable Court that A. MINISTRATION of the Real EsU of the abovenamed Mai garet Roaci deceased, who died intestate, may

granted to PATRICK ROACHE, of Rt leston aforesaid, Carrier, the lawful Hu band of the said deceased.

Dated at Ipswich this Twentieth da of January, A.D. 1896. ,

FOXTON & CARDEW, Ipswich ant Brisbane, Solicitais for the said Patrick

Roache.

"N THE SUPREME COURT OE

L QUEENSLAND. \

In the WILL of GEORGE WYATT, late]

of Ashfield, Bowen-road, near Mackay, in the Colony of Queensland, Farmer, Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration, of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the abovenamed George Wyatt, deceased, may be granted to WILLIAM ROBB WILLIAMS, of Plane Creek, near Mac- kay, in the Colony of Queensland, Store- keeper, the sole Executor named In the said Will. Any person interested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a Caveat In the Registry at any time before the grant is made.

Dated this Twentieth day of January, A.D. 189G.

SAMUEL BRYANT WRIGHT, Syd- ney-street, Mackay, Solicitor for the said William Robb Williams. By his Town Agents-W. H. Wilson & Hemming, Selbome Chambers, Adelaide-t>treet,

Brisbane.

fN THE SUPREME COURT OF

QUEENSLAND.

In the WILL of GEORGE PARKER.

HIDES, late of Cairns, In the Colony of Queensland, Licensed Victualler, Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the abovenamed George Parker Hides, deceased, may be granted to ELIZA- BETH MOIR HIDES, of Cairns afore- said, Widow, the sole Executrix named in the said Will. Any person interest- ed who desires to object to the applica- tion, or to be heard upon it, may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.

Dated this Seventeenth day of Janu- ary, A.D.' 189C.

ERNEST A. MILFORD, Solicitor for the said Elizabeth Aloir Hides, Abbott street, Cairns. Town Agents - BER NAYS & OSBORNE, Queen-street, Bris-

bane.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.  

In the WILL of SAMUEL FARMER,

late of Hazeldean, near Gladstone, In the Colony of Queensland, Grazier,

Deceased.

Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of the publication hereof, applica- tion will be made to this Honourable Court that PROBATE of the WILL of the abovenamed Samuel Farmer, de- ceased, may be granted to THOMAS FARMER, of Diamantina, near Glad- stone, Grazier, JOSEPH FARMER, of Comoodilly, near Gladstone, Grazier, and EDWARD FARMER, of Hazeldean, near Gladstone, Grazier, the Executors named in the said Will. Any person in- terested who desires to object to the application, or to be heard upon it, may file a Caveat in the Registry at any time before the grant is made.

Dated this Fifteenth day of January,

A.D. 1896.

WM. H. NEILSON, Solicitor for the said Executors. Gladstone. By his Agents-CHAMBERS, BRUCE, & McNAB, Adelaide-street, Brisbane.

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As this Mixture is pleasant to taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the most deli- cate constitution of either sex, the Proprietors solicit sufferers to give It a trial to test its value.

/LARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURO.

'd in bottles, 2s. 9d. and Ils. each. Byall CHEMISTS and PATENT SIÖCINE VENDORS throughout the ?w6;. Sole Proprietors, THE LIN COl AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRl- COMPANY, Ltndoln, England. TRAS MARK, " BLOOD MIXTURE."

CAnoN. - Ask for CLARKE'S BLOd MIXTURE, and do not be per suadeto take an imitation.

OlON'S CAMOMILE PILLS.

Uqualled Remedy for Indigestion.

W K

OR>N'S CAMOMILE PILLS.

100 Years' Reputation. "RJOION'S CAMOMILE PILLS.

JLi Cure Dyspepsia, Stomach, and

LiverjCmplalnts. _

?'S CAMOMILE PILLS,

[folendid Tonic, Gentle Aperient. TW'OyÓí'S OAMOMILE~PILLS^

Xl SJnps Safe, and Certain Remedy. Sold Ejeorhere, Is. l%d., 2s. 9d., and

\ 11s. Bottles.

FLORLl'E.-FOR ÏEE TEETH

ANO REATH.-A few drops oí the liquU Vloriline" sprinkled on a wet toolhbrsh produces a pleasant lather, vftilcl thoioughly cleanses the teeth froh a parasites or impurities, hardens tie gms, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives > the teeth a peculiar pearly whitens, and a delightful fra- grance to ithebreath. It removes all

unpleasant] od<r arising from' decayed teeth or tocaccsmoke. " The Fragrant Floriline," pelt composed in part of honey and \s\ve. herbs, is delicious to the taste, and he greatest toilet dis- covery of the a>. Price 2s. 6d" of all Chemists atd erfumers. Wholesale Depot, 33 Forrii^on-road, London.

A SHORT iBTClY Every Day, in the

OBSERVE!, the People's Eyeninff Paper. \ 1

THE Best bf all Hair Restorers.

THOMAfol'S HAIR RESTORER not only restoftsthe Hair to its original colour, but profites the growth and re- moves dandruj, &c. Post Free, 2s.

and 3s. a bottl^ THOMASON BROS.,

Chemists, Northand South Brisbane.

Watti to Bar.

SIXTEEN WOB)S, SIXPENCE CASH. _(THRI3B TlMa, OKE SHILLING.)

Iii MPTY HalMiests, at Is., wanted

là immediatelySc. C. Warien & Co., Albert-streat. |

"'im/"ANTED TinTayï State where

TT can he l,pected. Brabant & Co., Charlotte-strei Brisbane.

WANTED, for t.sh, Household Fur-

niture of ¡¡every description ; Trade Stocks, &c..%no delay. Prompt, Box 32, office of ti* paper.

AÑTED~PÍnt|alad ~Öil Bottles;

best price, fcyior & Colledge.

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WANTED to Buy. Ffeutute, Pianos, Ac., or

anything you wit to sell; fair priées EÍveD. Communicate wit»?, Tritton, Furniture Warehouse Woolloongabba terms-cash

CASTLEMAINE SJhrjT is brewed

from the cholcesjmaterlals.

BRISBANE ILLUS$UTED.-To be

Published on 28thliarcli, a Special BRISBANE NUMBIE of the " QUEENSLANDER," cfritainlne- a. His- torical Sketch of the Ffcindation, Pro- gress, Industrie«, and »¡¡sent Position

of the Capital of Queensland, with nume- rous Illustrations. ¿Waugh. Future Ad-

vertisements,

(

.Warned ?. Mell, litre, «r Exchange.

SIXTEEN WORDS, SIXPENCE CASH.

THREE TIMES, ONE SHILLING.)

BQWKETT Money.-£200 free of in-

terest. What offers ? Address H. B., care of Allan C. Wylie, 43 Queen street_ FOR Town and Country Buggies and

Waggons, H. M'Cormack & Co., North Quay. Brisbane._

FOR Sale, Cold Air Plant, consisting

of a large Haslem's Refrigerating Alachine, 12 horse-power Portable En- gine, by Clayton & Shuttleworth, &c. Apply Queensland Mercantile Company, Limited, Creek and Adelaide streets.

L~ARGË"Shop For-Sale, Main-street,

Childers ; best business position ; certain return of 20 per cent on outlay ; Allotments, 71 Perches. W. M. John- son, Auctioneer, Childers.

3_"j0ÜRCHASER wanted for very good

Second-hand Sewing Alachine ; only 32s. 6d. cash. Smith, Omnibus Stand, Paddington.

PURCHASER wanted, No. 9 Fortress

Stove, nearly new. Fred. J. White, George-street, opposite Tank-street._

ÄILWAY Ticket For Sale, Brisbane

to Newcastle ; cheap ; last six months. Care of Air. Alac , Donnell, Bookseller, Queen-street.

SETTER Slut, 4 years, broken ; also

Pups, thoroughbred, cheap. Barenya, Peel and Alcrivale streets, South Bris- bane^_

SELL or Exchange, Cab, Horse, and

Harness (or separately), Phaetons with .hoods, Gigs with hoods, Dog-carts, Pony-carts. Paddington Coachworks.

SUGAR Farm For Sale, cheap, near

Bundaberg, consisting of 111 Acres, 50 acres under cane, very heavy crop, in splendid condition, first crop, 10 Acres cleared ready for planting, cane ready for crushing about July ; one and a-half mile from Railway Station ; well watered ; price, £7 per acre, easy terms. Apply Thos. Hussey, Bundaberg.

VARNISHES manufactured by Con-

rad Wm. Schmidt, Stratford, Lon- don, are the most brilliant, most dur- able, and most economical.

VARNISHES for Coach Builders,

Cabinet-makers, Decorators, Ja- panners, Boat Builders. Schmidt's, very best aCd cheapest imported.

ÄOTTSD (Purchaser Small Cash

Grocery Stock and Plant ; £80 ; low rent. Indent, office of this paper.

ANTED To Sell, Boilers, Ën"ïmeT

Pumps, Vacuum-pan, &c; young Jersey Cattle ; Farms To Let. Wilson, 66 Queen-street.

Í51QAA WORTH for Nothing. 3jjLO\jyJ Gentleman's Resi- dence ; splendid position ; close to City ; nearly half-acre-For Sale, at cost of land ; only £950 ; terms, £700 can, remain for years, low interest. J. W. Todd, Auctioneer, Queen-street.

BRISBANE ILLUSTRATED.-To be

Published on 2Sth Alaren, a Special BRISBANE NUMBER of the " QUEENSLANDER," containing a His- torical Sketch of the Foundation, Pro- gress, Industries, and Present Position of the Capital of Queensland, with Inume rous Illustrations. Watch Future Ad- vertisements. ;

Apartments, Board and Uedilenec.

SIXTEEN WORDS, SIXPENCE CASH,

(THREE TIMES, ONE SHILLING.)

ACCOMMODATION for Ladies.

Large rooms ; coolest house ' in

Brisbane. Aladame Xenos, Hydropa-

thic Accoucheuse, North Quay._

SHFORD Villa, North Quay and

Turbot-street.-Board and Resi- dence ; double and single rooms ; special terms permanent boarders._

AT The Mansion. George-street, near

Gardens. - Vacancies ; (special terms to permanent boarders. Mrs.

Prince._

T Manse, next Presbyterian Church,

Wickham-terrace.-Miss Goffage.

A

AT Selby House, Wickham-terrace.

Balcony Rooms ; three minutes from General Post Office.

AT IThe Mansion, George-street.

Vacancies ; ¡front rooms. Mrs.

Bird.

BELLE VU ¡i HOTEL, Ueorge-street

Splendid position; overlooking. Botanio Gardens, opposite Queensland Olnb and Parlia- ment House. Special arrangements lor perma-

nent boarders and familiea. Hot and cold ballia, Telephone', No. 186, I desire to inform my old friends and the publio that the above hotel ia again under my sola management. THLKSA

ZAHEL.

BELVIDERE, North Quay.-Superior

Accommodation. - Boarders and Visitors ; board optional ; central posi- tion ; terms low. Miss Wills.

COMFORTABLE Balcony Rooms,

Board if required. 4 'M'Donnell terrace, Herbert-street West, Wickham

terrace.

COMFORTABLE Home for one re-

spectable working man. Airs. Phillips, Adelaide-street, West End.

COOINDA, North Quay.-Vacancies

for Permanent Boarders and Visi- tors. Mrs. J. T. Ball.

DORINCOURT, William-street. -

Large Double Room, suit two friends (gentlemen) ; good table ; terms low ; bath and piano.

GENTLEMAN and wife require

Board and Residence in private family, close to /town, private sltting rcom. .Address A. T. Z., Box 1, office of tills paper.

HILTON Villa, Bowen-terrace, over-

looking River.-Vacancy for one. Apply Mrs. Parker.

HOBART.-Miss Clark, Claremont,

Moonah. Exceptional Accommo- dation ; large garden, orchards ; subur- ban ; close electric tram and railway. Reference, Mr. Payne, Brisbane Hospital._

LADIES, Gentlemen, or Families re-

quiring Board or Apartments can obtain terms and particulars of vacan- cies in best boarding-houses or private famlles in town or suburbs at C. S. Young & Co.'s, Ladies' General Agents, Centennial Hall ; and at , Pitt-street, Sydney.

NETHERWAY, Private Family Hotel.

-Vacancies, Private Suites ; hot and cold baths, billiards, magnificent view river ; special terms to permanent boarders. Mrs. Milman Andrews.

AÑDGATE.-Vacancies for Gentle-

men Boarders, pear railway sta- tion. Apply Cosmos, Box 12, office of this paper.

SINGLE and Double Rooms, with or

without board. Adelaide Villa,

North Quay, opposite Retaining /Wall._ SYDNEY Working and Factory Girls'

Club, Kent-street.-Superior Ac- commodation ; piano, library, &c; situa- tions found. Apply Lady Superlntend ent. Terms. 12s. and 15s. weekly._ TOOWOOMBA.-Dawson Villa, Mort

street-Large, Airy Bedrooms ; beautiful view ; convenient to town ; terms moderate. Mrs. Bussey.

ÑTOÑ CLUB; Chârlo'ttê-street.

Proprietress, Mrs. Bocock. First class Accommodation for gentlemen and families ; private suites, reading and smoking rooms, hot and cold baths, good ¿able, large garden. Telephone,

174.

THE " QUEENSLANDER" PHOTO-

GRAPHIC COMPETITION. Open to Amateurs and Professionals. Four guineas in prises. See advertisement

in " Queenslander" of 28th December._

ILBEY'S CASTLE O.E. GIN.

Absolutely pure and wholesome.

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