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STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.
m II E sr RAM.s II ip
will urrife in Bitotnme on or
about lim 14th proximo, and . «ill be dispalehtd at tl.c termi-
nation of the sittings of the Assize Court, affording a good opportunity to both* shippeis ol' produce mut passengers 1m Sydney. , '
1 HENRY BUCKLEY.
Brisbane, April 2/3, 1853. _ Agent.
TO SHIPPERS PER STEAMER.
rilHK Undersigned begs In inform X his constituents ih.ti he will RECEIVE PRODUCE as usual, for SMl'MKNT to SYDNEY, (dining Hie teinpur.iry suspension of Steam Com- munication), having made ai rangements for its constant and régulai transmission.
Brisbane, Apiil 11, 18ô3.
To SAIL lsr JUNE. ,
TIT H E First Class BARQUE
,561 tons, J. übLU, Coinn.aiuler, will
.bail as above.
Fieight, including Lighterage! For Tallow, CSs. per ton ¡ tor Wool, Five F.irthings pel lb.
Intending shippers should make immediate ap- plication as a grout portion of her cargo is ah wily engaged.
GEO RA F li" & CO.
Produce stored, and shipped either to London oi Sydney.
MARRIED COUPLE, as HOUSE-SER- VANTS. Apply to
BY a YOUNG MAN, who can he well recom-
mended,- a situation as DRAPER in a General Country Store.
Address-J. C. care of Mr. P. O'sullivan, Ipswich, Moreton Bay.
ANTED, parties to supply the BRISBANE SAW MILIS with TIMBER. Apply to
\V\ PETTIGREW & BROTHERS,
WANTED immediately THREE experienced
to proceed to the Burnett District, to fence in a Stockyard capable of containing 3000 head of
AN EXPERIENCED HOUSE-BREAKER. Apply at the Courier Office, or to
Ma. MASON, SoruuiMfcttDENT,
.'MO. of the Brand, of Cuttle
si uightcrcd (U Witt ra Warra its dolivui ed thereby Mr J. P. Wilkie (through InsStoikmiin Thomas Rhodes) for (tint purpose:-(CXN on off rump) t,lB on ribs) (\V on shoulder ribs and hip) (O or G on u^urriimp) (SHC offribs) ( 1*0 neav iib?, M off hip (M
O neni ribs)
OUI near rump) (T oil" hip, 9 nflNhifl'ldcr.)
JOHN McA UTI I HU. W.ina Warra, April 17, loft».
£ 10 REWARD.
STOLEN or STAYED, Iron) Drayton,
the undermentioned HORSES* vi/,. : -
A Grey Mare, branded 2 withTP under, near
A Chesnnt Horse, silver miine, two hind feet
while, branded W near shoulder.
A Bay llortjo, branded W near shoulder.
A Buy Mate, and foal, (ho Muru is blundell
KH off bhoulder.
A Giey Filly, bianded SI* nuur shoulder.
JCI (one pound) per bend will bo paid -by Hie utideiaigued for such information as will lend to tim recovery of tho rtbovo desonbeil horses, if sliuyod, mid £10 (ten pound-.) it' «tolen, on con- viction ol' the offender uud îecovery of the
WILLIAM HORTON. Dray Ion, Apiil 21, 1853,
STOLEN OR STRAYED,
171 ROM Cambooya, in October last, a Large
. Buy. HORSE, branded U on oil shoulder, E. S. large and very legible on near shoulder and off neck, white star on forehead. If stolen, the above sum will be paid on conviction of the odcntler ; if strayed, Thiee Pounds will be given for buch information as will lead to his re-
R. C. BAGOT. Cambooya, April 11, 1853.
LOST, from Maryland, a bay HORSE, branded
W nour shoulder, hind feet white, slur
foiehead, goose rumpeil.
A buy MARE, 4 years old, bi'aiVdciV PC near shoulder, snip on nose ; only been bundled when
They arc supposed to have strayed, in the direction of the M'Intyrc Biook. The above reward will bo paid for both, or Two Pounds on delivery of either of them, by
WILLIAM R. THOMAS,
[OST, from Myall Creek, on, or about the 10th J February last, Two HORSES of the fol- lowing description, viz: one a Dark Buy Horse, long Mil and aged, branded on near shoulder L, and on near side neck 2, saddle and slight collar marks ; the other, a D.irk Chcsnut Horse, switch tuil, nearly 16 hands high, rising 5 years bid,
bianded ou near shoulder B B blotched, und looks
I , , .
like 1 1. These Horses arc supposed to have gone in (he direction of Wurwick. £1 per Head will be paid to uny person for such ¡»formation us will lead to their tecovery. '
Myall Creek, Dirling Downs, '
LOST on STOLEN,
FROM MYALL CREEK,
SINCE U»r>7tli instant, an Iron Grey or Dark
Roan FILLY, branded MS on tho near
shoulder. 'The above ron ad will be paid on her restoiution cither lo mybelf or tov Mr. Stephen Mclmn.at Drayton.
NEW WINTER GOODS.
H. M. REEVE
I)EGS to inform his; friends ami Customers
) thnt hu Ims received, ex Palermo
Rieh Di' Laine and Cashmere Dresses 'I'weed Shaw Is
Superior Welsh, S.ixonjt, and Twill Flannels Gala Plaids and 7-8 Prints
Children*' Frock Bodies, Lace and Muslin Sleeves
and Chemisettes -
I/ice Full j, Linen Collars, plain and embroidered Black Moreen, uhite Rolled Lining Wedding Rings and Keepers Table Mats, Infants' Baskets
Plain and Bordered Coco.i Nut Door Mats 3-'t, 4-1, and Nusery Diapeis - Damask Cloths, Umbrellas
Doeskin Gauntlets, Merino and Lambswnol Htlf
Brussels and Satin Neck Ties Rick und Back Combs
Gentlemen's White Shirts« Blue Serge Shirts,
He would also call attention to his stock of Coburgs, ()i leans, and Alprtca Cloths-Doeskin's, Tweeds, Moleskins, und Broad Cloths-with every article iii Ready Made Clothing, requisite to com1 plete a gentleman's outfit.
MADU xo ORDEU.
II. M. R. is in immediate expectation of a fin thor Large and Superior Assoi tment of -Win- ter Goods, which «ill all be Sold at the luwest remunerating prices.
East-street, April 28, 1853. .
MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY,
H M.'REEVE ¿his been appointai AGENT
. to the above Society for Ipswich and the sun minding- districts, and is provided willi all the lequisite forms, &c. He will be happy to allord all the information required, to those anxious to insure'their lives ur obtain Annuities.
Prospectuses forwarded if applied for.
HERD OP CATTLE.
WANTED, a Herd of 500 head \>f mix«!
Cattle, deliverable in the Burnett Dis- trict, letters« stating price and particulars, may
be addressed lo
GRIFFITHS, FANNING,.St Co.,
m HE PUBLIC HOUSE lately known as the JL , LOGAN HOTEL,
at South Brisbane. This house has hitherto commanded a large share of the trade in that locality, and Would realize good piofits for any
For particulars apply to
l<\ D. MERCER. South Brisbane, March 22, 1853.
COUNTRY PUBLIC HOUSE.
A CERTAIN FORTUNE ! ! !
FOR SALE,-the "BURNETT ARMS,"
GAYNDAH, completely Furnished, now in full Trade, containing Titree Sitting Rooms, and Five Bed-rooms, Jjurgc Tap-room, Stable with Stalls, &c.t Laundry« Kitchen, Paddock, garden, % of an acre, trenched and paled in, pig" and chicken proof. The house is so well known as commanding the Best Trade in the Northern districts, that further comment is superlluotts. For other particulars, and to view a plan of the premises, apply to S. D. Gordon,3, Bridge-street, Sydney,. Messrs. Walter Gray and Co., Ipswich, or to the Landlord, on tire premises. None but persons of Capital need apply.
One Hundred and Ten Loads of Wool passed through Gayndah in 1852; this year there is an1
GEORGE POOLE, JUNK.,
CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, &c,
NORTH BRISBANE. -
RESPECTFULLY informs the Public tint he
has constantly on hand a good stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS,' PERFUMERY,
OILMAN'S STORES, &c, comprising
Castor Oil, Epsom Salts, Carbonate Soda, TAR TA RIC ACID, Ess. Lemons, Oil, Pcppeimint, SARSASPARILLA. Strychnine in' crystal, Hy driodato Potash, Quinine, Turkey Rhubarb, OPIUM, Calomel, Senna, Volatile Salts, Gum
Arabic, Cream Tartar, Jalap, Balsam Copiiba, CUBEBS, (Tjnctures, Extracts, Syrups, Oint- ments, Pills, Powders, &c, &c.
a variety of the moro recent remedies, imported direct from the celebrated house of Herring, Brothers, London, including , .
Valerianatc Zinc, Citrate of Iron, Vcrntrhic, Morphine, Iodide of Lead, Ioduretof Iron, Curate of Quinine, Chloride of Zinc, Iodide of Sulphur, Protoiodurct of Mercury, Cod Liver Oil, Tinc- tures of Indien Hemp, Lobelia Intlula, Chloroform,
Holloway's Pill's and Ointment, of the various sizes, imported to Brisbane direct, from the
In Hie Grocery and Italian Goods department will be found choice Tea and' Sugars raWor re- fined; Coffee! Tobacco-American and Colonial, Soap, Candles, Starch, Blue, Suda, Spices of all
sorts, Oatmcitl, Groats, Currants, Plums, Pickles,' Bottled Fruits, Jams, Saúcos, Curry Powder, Salmon, Sardines, Anchovies, Sago, Capers', Loz- enges of all kinds, Candied Peels, Chocolate,
Cocoa, &c, &c.
Also the highly esteemed , ?
MORETON BAY ARROWROOT,,
grown and manufactured by Mr. Childs ¡ the large"sal«'and tim'high eulog ¡urns passed on'it by all who have tried it have fully established its superiority to the South Sea Island samples.
N.B. Medicine Chests fitted upon the shortest
Orders from the country carefully and punc- tually altcndul1 to. ' ' -
DR. BELL, M.D., - HOUSE SURGEON, BRISBANE HOSPITAL. IS prepared to receive into his House one or two
Those sulTering under severe disease would find this in advantageous opportunity, us Dr. BUM. Iras had li yeais' Hospital Kxperiencc in England.
. DR. BELL
[S at Home for Consultation from 11 until 3.
T HE TEETH.
[S prepared to Regúlate, Stop, and Extract L - Tielh.
OLD DRUG ESTABLISHMENT,
QUEEN-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE. '
npilE undersigned, in" returning his sincere X (Imnka to the inhabitants of Brisbane,,and the district generally, for the unpiecedentcd sup- port tiley have ¿Wen him since the comme'nee "mciit of the year, takes this opportunity of stating that his stock of DRUGS, fcc.j is noW very complete, and includes neatly every Pre- paration in use hy the Profession, and he trusts, hy undeviating personal attention to business, to still mei it an equal shaie of support.
Prescriptions and Family Receipts will, as licrptofore.be Prepared and Dispensed-faithfully and carefully-and with Genuine and Unadulter- ated Drugs.
FREDERICK JAMES BARTON,
Formerly House Surgeon in the March 31, 1853. ' Brisbane Hospital. -
ALL Persons having claims against Mr.
James Moyes, of Gatton, are requested lo forward the same to bim without delay, and all persons indebted to Mr. Moyes are required to pay their respective accounts forthwith. '
ill UK DRAV.TS of the AUSTRALIAN JOIN.Î JL STOCK BANK, upon their Age'nts in London, in sums Of Five pounds each, payable.on demand, maybe obtained on application at the Bank offices. 307, Pitt-street Nurih. These drafts will be available as cash in any part of Great Britain, or Ii eland.
By order of the Board of Directois.
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR,
240 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY.
REGULAR SALE DAYS.
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
ALL PARTIES sending Horses or other
stock for sale, are particularly icquesteil to send written instructions previous lo sale, staling blands, age, qualifications, and if with or with-
Sydney, Feb. 22, 1853.
DOWNS' GENERAL STORE,
rrUIE undersigned begs to call the attention of X Settlers, Storekeepers, and others, io his extensive and wcll-assoi ted stock of the following goods: -
Dark Moleskin Trousers
Men's Drab ditto (D.S. and T.S.)
Ml«ed Tweed ditto White Drill ditto
Delaine, Chintz, and Muslin Dresses California Hats-Fancy Neck Ties
7 in Grey Sheeting-7 in. White ditto Striped Guernseys
Navy Blue Jerseys (Patent Sleeves)
White Stays-Ditto Sateen Super ditto
íiitmb's Wool Vests-Doeskins Trousers
Cord Trousers-Duck ditto > ' White Drill ditto-Oriental Buck ditto
i Check Tweed ditto-Colonial Tweed ditto
Super Fancy Doe ditto-Single Mill'd
KcrseymeiY ditto íaney Silk Embroidered and other Vests Boy's Brown Holland Coat tecs Men's ditto ditto ditto <
" Fancy Doe ditto Boy's Black Alpaca Coattces
Men's Power Loom Hip Jackets Rich Black Satin Vests
Brown Mixed English Tweed Trousers Rich Creille Dresses
Gentlemen's Wellington and Cossack Boots Ladies' and Children's Bouts and Shoes Ladies' Parasols, >"
8ie., &c., &e.
GROCERY AND"SPIRIT DEPARTMENT.
Hysonskin, Congou, Souchong, and imperial
Sugar, Pickles, Stiuces, fcc, &c, &c.
Flour; Arrowroot, and Sago ' t
Sherry, Port, St, Julian, Sauterne, Champagne,
Marsala, Burgundy, and other wines
Martell's Brandy (in Wood and Bottle), Rum,
Whiskey, and Gin
Cherry and other Cordials, Ginger Wines;
(Port and Sherry), Bitters, &c, &c.. Rtc.
j Byass*, Maracttis'.and Allsop's Ale alid Por 1 ter, in Bottle
A w elPassorted stock of
IRONMONGERY AND TINWARE
Calfskin, Kip, Sole, and Kangaroo Leather.
A Good Assortment of
G R I N, D E R Y , &c, &c, 8tc. ..
' ALSO, i
HOLLOWAYS PILLS AND OINTMENT,
(Dinner l'ltojt rim PHOI'IUCTOH|)
'' ' STEPHEN MEHAN. Drayton, Feb. 7, 1S53;
31 HE undersigned is prepared to purclusc
^.«.W-POL, TALLOW, HIDES, HORNS, OOFS, mid BONES. '
HENRY BUCKLEY. Brisbane, Jan 16, 1853.
THE Undersigned is a PURCHASER of FAT
STOCK. Ile will eiiher luke delivery ui the Bar. M Bil Bul i,INO Esi AULISIIMENT, or as the Put lieh' own Stations. ,
11 HE Undersigned, are PURCHASERS of
. WOOL mid SHEEPSKINS.
PRINCE, BRAY, AND OGG. George-street, Sydney.
WOOL, TALLOW, AND COLONIAL
MESSRS WATKINS ft DEAN beg to apprise
purtles Interested in the disposal of Wool, TallilH, rtnd other colonial produce, tliat they in- tend holding auctions exclusively for the sala of the above articles every Saturday, and having secured dry and commodious Stores, capable of holding 3000 lons of'merehindite, they will store goods intended for sale, free of rent, for one
Commission on wool mid tallow, one per cent* 427, George-street, Sydney. ,
ALEXANDER L. NOBLE,
FANCY BREAD AND BISCUIT
. BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH. - i i_i_ , NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACES.
110 tako place tit Ipwsich, on TUESDAY,
. WEDNESDAY; und THURSDAY, tho IOTII, 11TH, AND 12TH DAYS of MAY, 1850.
STEWARDS - ' FREDFRICK ' W. BIGGE JOHN PANTON
GILHERT DAVIDSON J. P. BELL
GEORGE A. Fonnrs,
THE NOrSTH * AUSTRALIAN STAKES of
So\enty Pounds, for nil Horsös; carrying weight for.«go; milo and a distance, heats. Entunico £5 ; second horse to save the stake.
MAIDEN PLATE of Sixty Soveteigns, for nil
Horses that never won an advertised prizo ; mile boats; weight for ago. Entrance four so\piciü,ns.
WELTER STAKES of, Thirty Sovereigns ; three
ni los. Entrance £3. Weights to 1)0 earned
in the Welter Race : -
Sjenrolds . 9st. Olbs. ' 3 do .-, lOst. Olbs. 4. do.lOst. 12lbs. 5 do.list. 7lbs. 6 do.12st. Olbs.
The winners ot any pre ions Welter at the North Australian Meeting to j carry weight, not exceeding 7lbs., at the discretion of the' Steward* HACK STAKES of Fifteen Sovereigns, for all
tintrtilted boises carrying 10 stone*; milo and a half. Posit eiitranco £1. The «inner of tho Hack Stakes tor be so)d by auction foi £20, any surplus to go to the Eund.
HURDLE? ßACE of Twenty-five Sovereigns,
twice round the course; tiver sit leaps; 3 loot, 9 inches high ; canning 11 stone; gentlemen
riders. Entrance £3.
IÍÁOK HURDLE RACE of Fifteen Sovoioigns,
once round the course ; over thrco leaps ; 3 foot C inches high; carrying 10 stone. En-
HURRY SCURVY STAKES of £5 ; once round'
the course. Post ontraiioe 5s.
ALI, TWATI: MATCHES TO BE KUN ON THIS
t t . - ... ' .)AY.
- Turn» DAY.
SQUATTERS' PLATE of Thirty Sovereigns,
for all Horsos carrying 10 stone, 7 lbs; twice
lound the course. Entranne £3.
PUBLICANS' PURSE of Thirty Sovereigns, for
nll_ Horsos, carrying weight for age ; liouts,
twico lound the course. Entranco £3.
LADIES' PURSE of Twenty Sovereigns, for all
Horsos earning weight for age; mile anda
liol f. Entranco £2.
CONSOLATION STAKES of Fifteen «ínvoreiüns,
for all Horses beaten at the meeting; heats,
Olioo round. Eirtianco £i los.
In all Races where heats ai o run, a distance will be considered as 120 j ard» from tho win- ning post.
The winna s of the North" A nstralian v Stakes and Maiden Plate to curry'weight (not exceeding 7 lbs.) at the disorotion of the Stewards,
The Australian Jookoy Club Rules w ill be strict, ly willoi od to.
All lidors to appear in jockey costume.
A subset iption of 3 gtii'nolis to qualify for nil races, with the exception of the Hack ¿takes, for w'hioh one guinea only Mill be required.
Tho Entrances to bo made in writing under soaled envelopes, addressed to the Stewards, at tho Queen's Anns Hotel, East-S.troot, which will bo opened at eight o'olock on the oioning preceding
each day's raeos.
No person will bo allowod to erect a Booth Without previously being a subscriber to' tho Raco Fund to- Uio ntnoimt of £f>.
1 No horse will bo allowed on tilo coui'so until Within fourteen days of the Races.
For, "onoh Race there must bo threo Entrances
or no raoo.
Weights to bo cm ried at the Northern1 lïaco mooting :- § ,
2 year old'si . 7st. Olbs.
3. "do; " . Sst. 2lbs. , 4 do1. . 9st. 4lbs.
.r> do. 9st. lllbs. C yeare and aged. lOst. olbs.
FttKD. C. 't WAVENY,
,_. , ,. - Hon. Seo. Mot eton-Buy, '
IltewieVt, Mai eh S3, VSiín. '
MONEY TO LEND "
N SUMS to suit BORROWERS, at moderate , interest', on good security.
Wanted to purchase. HOUSE PROPERTY. Address A. B., at the office of this paper.
THE ROAD TO HEALTH
CURE OF A DISORDERED LIVER AND RAD
Copy of a Letter from Mi: Ii. W. Kbrkvs,
Chemist,1, Prescot'Urett, Liverpool, dated dt h J wie. 1851.
To Professor IIou owAY, ' - '
SIR,-Your Pills and Ointment have stood the highest on our salo list of Proprietary Medicines for some, years. A customer, to whom I can refer for any inquiries, desires me to let you Know the parrticlurs of he* case She had been troubled for years with a disordered liver and bad digestion. On the last occasion, however, tho \ ii ulence of the attack was so alarming;, and the jnfhinimation set in so severely, that doubts wcte entertained of her1 not bein? able to bein* up wider it; fortu- nately she was induced to try your Pills, and she informs me that after the first, »nd each succed ing dose, she lind great relief. She continued to take tliem, and although sho used only three Boxes sho is now in the enjoyment of perfeet health.- I could have sent you many moro cases, but the above from thö severity of the attack, and the speedy cure, Î think) speaks much in favour of \our astonishing- Pills.
(Signed) It. W. KIRKUS.
AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF RHEUMA-
TIC FEVER, IN'VANDIEMEN'S LAND.
Copy of a Jitter insetted in the Hobart Tuwn
Courier, of the Iii March, 1851, by Major J.
Margaret M'Connigan, nineteon yenrâ of rige ¡ i dslding at New Town, hail been sullen ng from n' violent rheumatic fever for upwards of two months, willoh had entirely depiived her of tim use of her limbs; during tliis period she was un-
der tho eure of the most eminent medical men in
Hobnrt Town, and by them her case was con- sidered Iio'ncless, A friend prevailed upon her to try Holloway's c'olebnitcd Pills, which sho con- sented to do, and in an increditably sííoit space of tinio thefy effected a pcrfeot cure.
CURÉÍ OF A PAIN AND TIGHTNESS IN THE
CÜEST AND STOMACH OF A PERSON si YEARS Otf AÖE.
From Messrs. Thew & Son, Proprietors of Vic
Lynn Advertiser, who can vouch for the following statement.-August 2nd, 1851. To Professor HOLLOWAY,
' SIR,-I desire to bear testimony'to the good effects of Holloway's Pills. For some years 1 suf- fered severely from a pitin and tightness in the stomnolt, which Was also aocompanied by a shoi t noss of breath,1 thot prevented me walking about. I am 84years or age, and notwithstanding my advanced state of life, these Pills have so relieved mo that I am desirous that others should he made acquainted with their virtues. I am now render- ed, by their menus, comparatively active, and can take oxorcisoi without inconvenience or pain, which I could not do before. (Signed)
HENRY COE. North-street, Lynn, Norfolk. AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF THE
GRAVEL AND A MOST DANGEROUS LIVER COMPLAINT.
Copy of a tetter addreàséa to J. K. Heydon;
Jisq., Sydney,' New South Wales, dated February 25i/i, 1851.
SIR.-A Mr. Thoniiis Clark, a settler at Luke George, was for a considerable time seriously afflicted with a complaint ol' the Liver, togothor with tho Gravel. His- medical attendants, after trying nil their skill, candidly told li i mr that his case was hopeless, mid nny further efforts useless. In this situation, and when expecting^ every day
would torminnto his e\istence, a friend recom triended him to try Holloway's Pills, and as a forlorn hope ho did' so ; tho first dose gavo him considerable relief, ho therefore persevered in taking thom nccording to the directions, nnd is now restored to perfect health Ho ^\ ill feel great pleasuro in confirming this statement! or even make an affidavit to the same effect, should it bo required. (Signed)
WM. JONES, Proprietor of tho
Goulburn Herald, New South Wales. WONDERFUL EFFICACY OF HOLLOWAY'S
PILLS IN CASES OF DROPSY.
Persons suffering frohïDropsy, eithçi1 about the turn of life, or nt other timos, should immediately have rcoonrso to these Pills, tis hundreds of persons aro tiniuiofty cured, bv their use, of this direful complaint in its different stages,' when all other moiins had failed. s
These celebrated Pills aré wonderfully efficaci-
ous iß the following Kconiplaints . - Ague fyfln'mmation Asthma Jaundice
Bilious Complaints __ Liver Complaints Blotches on the Skill Lumbago Bowel Complaints Pills
Colics , Rheumatism'
Constipation of theBoWelsRotontion of Urino
Consumption' Scrofula, or King's Evil Debility fioro Throats
Dropsy Stone and Gravel
Dysontry __ Secondary Symptoms Erysipelas "^ Tio Douloureux Fehinlo Irregularities 'Tumours Fovers of all kinds Dloors
Fits Venereal Affeotioii3
Gout , ' Worms of all kinds
Hoad-tiono' , . Weakness, from whatever Indigestion , , cause, &c, &o.
i Sold at the Establish mont of Professor 1ÏOM,O wAY, 244, Strand, (nour Templo Bar) London, and hy all rospeotablo Druggists, and Dealers in mediemos throughout the Civilised World. There is A considerable saving by taking tho larger
N.B.-Directions for tho guidunco of Pntienls iit every disorder are aflhod to ench Box.
i . BENJAMIN CRIBB,
of Brisbane and Ipswicn, Storekeeper. Wnöt.r.sAi,E AontiT for Moreton Bay and Northern
F. A. FoltUKs, Ipswich'.'
tîi'ouniî'Pootit:, Chemist mid Di'iigtjiift îhLs'jnno.
MO R.ETON tí OUSE,
ÏHE PUBLIC are respectfully informed lhaf
the UOUR-Í for BUSINESS at the above Establishment are fibm SEVEN A M. until SUNSET, except Mondays and Saturdays, when, for ihe convenience of those who live at a dis» tance, the Hour for closing will be Nine P.if.
FLOUR, TEA, SUGAR, TOÍS, &c,
ON SALE ex PALERMO, JACK, toc-
io Bags'Fine Flour ' , Bright .dry ration Sugar " Congou and H.S. Tea
An invoice of Toys, Sec.
Private Families accommodated with Single B igs
and packages, ut a small advance on cost.
(A. J. & H. HOCKINCJS.
- NEwfloUTH WALES.
f i (IO WIT.)
WEDNESDAY /the 13th Day of APRIL, 1833. IT is ordered I fat Civil Causes, for trial in the
Cireuit CJ frt, ut Brisbane, in MAY and NOVEMBsR next, respectively, be entered for dial and tried on the fourth day of the
sittings, instead of the fifth day-as at pre- . sent provided-but without prejudice to any notice of Trial, in any case, now ulreudy given. '
( ALFRED STEPHEN',
Signed 1 J. N. DICKINSON,
I R. TIIkRRY. *
THE REV. W. M'GINTY begs to thank the
following parties, and particularly the pro- prietors of the four undernamed establishments, for their verv kind and literal subscriptions to- wal ds the ERECTION of a ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH at IPSWICH:-
Collected at the Establishment of R. J. SMITH,
Esq., M.L.C., on 20th instant. R. J. Smith, Esq., M.L.C. £2 2 0
Captain Thomas Collins.. 1 1 0 Mr Robert Tomlinson .. 1 0 0
William Lynch .. 1 0 0
Thomas Garretty .. 1 0 0
James Brown ...... 1 0 0 Edward M'Namara .. 1 0 0 -Patrick O'Connor .. 0 10 0 - John Green. 0 10 0 -Samuel Crabb. 0 10 ,0 - Philip O'Reilly. 0 10 0 - Leger Felix. 0 10,0 - Richard Oi me. 0 10 0 - Williurn Herns. 0 10 l>' - John Rj an . 0 10 0 - Michael M'Laughlin . 0 10 0 - Henry Solomnn .... 0 5 0 - Charles Dediix. 0 5 0 - John Burns. 0 5 0
- William Richards.... 0 5 0 » - Patrick Keogh. 0 5 0 ¡ - Jumes Barrymore.... 0 5 0 - Michael Kane. 0 5 0
- Charles Fox. 0 2 C ti - .lohiiiRobeitson .... 0 2 C - William Johnson .... 0 2 G
- George Halt. 0 2 C
-- Silos Simms. 02 G - Thomas Mullins .... 0 2 6
Total .. £15 3 0 Collected at the Establishment of John SMITH,
Esq., on 22nd ¡nst;
John Smith, Esq. £3 0 0 Mr Richard Wright .... 1 0 0 - David Campbell .... 1 0 0 - George Williams.... 1 0 0 - Thomas Priest. 0 10 0 - JamesGobban.. 0 10 0 - John Lyndon . 1 0 0 - Dennis Downes .... 1 0 0 - George Moore. 0 10 0
- Nicholas Lennon... 0 10 0 - John Bruce . 0 10 0 - Michael Burns. 0 10 0 - Frederick Watson .. 0 10 0 - William Brick.. 0 10 0 - Patrick Cannon .... 0 10 0 - Bernard M'Grory.... 0 10 0 - Maurice Whelan.... 0 10 0 - Edward O'Brien 0 10 0 - Joseph Merchant.... 0 10 0 - Sterling Minor.. 0 10 0 - Richard Carr . 0 5 0 - L'on is Phillips. 0 5 0 - John Healy. 0 5 0
- Charles Edwards .... 0 5 0 - James Bands . 0 5 0 - John Suggan .. ¿,.. 0 5 0 - John Smith. 0 5 0 - Arthur M'Grory_ 0 5 0 - William Hicks. * 0 5 0
- JohirM'Cnll. 0 5 o ? - James Buchanan1.... 0 5 0 - James While. 0 2 6 - John Williams. 0 2 6 - EpluaiiiïTolhurst .. 0 1 0
Total.. -£20 i ti Collected at the Establishment of JOSEPH FLEM-
ING, Esq., on 22nd inst.
Joseph Fleming, Esq. .. £2 2 0 Mr Miom.el Connor .... I o l) - Charles lane t. 0 lo 0 - Andrew Mcrisan . .... o 10 . 0 - Joseph Put ker ...... 0 IO O - Stophon Walsh. 0 10 0 - James Tracey. 0 10 0 - Robert Smith . 0 lo 0 - ThohVai Power. 0 5 o
- William' Ryan ...... 050 . -*. John O'Btlen . 0 5 o - Henry Buxton. 0 5 0 - Brien' M'Cormnck .. 0 5 u
- John Biody. 0 5 ff , - Michael Dullard .... 0 5 o - John Hayons. 0 5 0
- Pali ick Hogan. 0 5 o'
- William Beverly .... 0 5 o ' - Charles Fln\mun .... ' 0 5 O' "
- Patrick Grogan .... 050 ' " > .*- John Purtill. 0 5 0 '
- Robert Watkins .... ö 5 0 ' - Roheit Wilson. 0 5 0
- Andrew Laricina .,.. O 5 o ' - Thomas Pride . O 5 o -=- John Shepherd. O 5 o - Gorge pillan . O 5 o - Thomas Gah in. O 5 O - Michael Ryan . O 5 ' o - John Hugheí ...... o 5 0 - James Holborn ,,'.. O ß o - Johu Blessing ..,,., o 5 o
- William Johnston. .. O 5 o 1 - - Andrew Goodwin.... O'ö'o * ' - Geoi'ge Herbert .... o 5 'o - Richard Burke. O 2 G
- John Mulcahy. O g G' ?>' - John Burns. O 2 G
Total .. --1-£¡s 4 s Collected at the Establishment of HUGH ALLAN
Esq., on 23rd inst. Hugh Allan, Esq. £1 0 0 Mr Michael Sullivan .... 1 0 0 - James Fitzpatrick .. 0 10 0 - William Slack . O' 10 O - Cornelius 0'Rourke.. O 10 ' O
- John Blanch. 0 10 0' - John Dwyer."-,. 0 10 0 - Michael Gorman .. o 10 O - John Clements. O 5 O - William Stewart .... O 5 ()
- John Doran. O 5 0 ^ - Thomas Anderson .. O 5 o' ' / - John Barnett .'. n n , n, -- Donald Bell. 0r 3" 0
Total.. -.'-£ c'g ,)
1 -i o"i 4 ., G,'«»llTottil.. £54 lo a Ipswich, 25th April, 1853.