PACKET FOR SYDNEY.
-£hk fil HE packet barque Bonnie /fjy^^- J- Doon, 300 toni, J. Murphy:, s^iJaPv Commander, having most of her cargo engaged, will have quick despatch.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
It. TOtfNS & CO., or
Jan. 4, 1856. J. & G. HARRIS.
-ft*. A LL ACCOUNTS against the above rtjËs$&; jfqL vessel, aro requested to be sent ?ipsSrv in duplicate on or before the 11th in-
Jan. 4, 1856._
Eoduotioa in the Freight of Wool to Sydney SHIPPERS are informed that the FREIGHT
of WOOL by the Ansjtralasian Steam Navi- gation Company's Steamers Boomerang and Sham- rock, is now REDUCED to 15a. (fifteen shillings) per bale of ordinary size, mid also to notico that no miAROKs for Storage, Wharfage, Reooiving, or Delivery, aro mado on Goods shipped by the Com-
GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. South Brisbane, Oct. 8, 1855.
STEAM TO SYDNEY.
.« "ki*. fFHE A. S. N. Co.'s Iron Steam tiiiLJ^Tl X ship Shamrock, Pa áffiv|[»i||jjgg>» tersos commander, will be de «???MBr¿patched us above, on WEDNES
DAX, 9th January.
Saloon.£8 5 Foro Cabin.. 3 5
Inolusive of Provisions and Steward's Foo.
GEO. D. WEBB,
Shippors oro requested to obsorvo that thore are no Charges for wharfage, Storage, Receiving,
or delivory, made by tho Company on Goods ship- ' pod by their Steamers.
m T M3 a irr
FROM IPSWICH TO SYDNEX.
11HIÎ undersigned, Agents for the
. Anstralnsitti) Steam Naviga- tion Companv, receive GOODS and PRODUCE at their «tore« for transmission by the steamers to Brisbane and Sydney.
lu addition to the local traffic between Ipswich and Brisbane, parties may now engage freights through from this to Sydney by the Company's Steamers, which, at the reduced rates, will be for
Wool, per bale.£0 18 0 Tallow, per ton. 2 0 0
No charge is made by any of the Company' Agents for Wharfage, Receiving, Storing, and Shipping.
WALTER GRAY & CO. Ipswich, Octobor, 1855.
rilHE A. S. N. Company's X steamers ate despatched from Sydney regularly att fol-
Every Wednesday und Saturday, at
For Twofold Bat
Every alternate Thursday, at 6 p.m.
For .Newcastle,- Raymond Terrace, and Mor-
Every I3venin.gr (Sundays excepted,) at ' 10
For Clarence Town -
Every Monday £ vening, at 10 p.m.
For Moreton- Bait
Every Tuesday, at 8 p.m.
* For Wide Bay
Every alternate Thursday, at 8 p.m.
River steamers are employed between Morpeth
and the Rivers William and Paterson-and Bris-
bane oud Ipswich,-for the conveyance of Fas sengers and Cargo to and from the Sydney
JAMES PATERSON, Manager. A. S. N. Company'» Wharf,
Deo. 1, 1855.
Steamers BREBOSR and
11HE undersigned beg to notify
that they aro prepared to re- ceive WOOL, &c, for transinissiot _ to Brisbane, or Sydney, either by Steamer or sailing Vessel, at rates as low as those oharged by any other party.
THOS. BOYLAND & Co.,
Agents for Bremer and Hawk. Ipswich, Oct. 18th, 1855.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT 1st JANUARY.
11HE A 1. teak built clipper barque
. ft'orres, 4 years old, and 250 _ tons register, H. R. Jackson, comman- der, just arrived from Sydney, will positively be despatched as above.
As this vessel is a fast ship, and has superior poap cabins, parties proceeding to England should
îuapect her accomodation.
GEO. RAFF & CO
BRISBANE SCHOOL OF ARTS.
ANNUM. GENERAL MEETING.
IN accordance with the 14th Rule of the above
named Institution, the Annual General Meet- ing of the Members will be held ou
THURSDAY EVENING NEXT,
January 10th, 1856,
at half-past 7 o'clock, in the Lecture Hall, to receive the Annual Report und Financial State- ment, elect the Officers and Committee for the current year, and for the transaction of any ge- neral business connected with the Institution.
Jan. 4th, 1856. Secretary.
INVESTMENT AND BUILDING SOCIETY
THE Trustees and Directors of tho above-named
Society, beg to inform the Shareholders, that in consequence of the Rules and Regulations not having yet been received from tho Attorney-Ge- neral, that the Meeting advertised for MONDAY EVENING NEXT, the 7th January, is postponod till MONDAY', 2lst instant, when the Chair will be taken at half-past 7 o'clock, r.M , precisely.
Ofififi t0 3°°° BREEDING EWES, on jU\J\J\J terms, for a period of 2 or 3years. Station is healthy, the sheep now on it are sound and were never diseased, and about 50 miles from Brisbane. For particulars as to terms, apply to
Oct. 24, 1855. North Brisbane.
Â STOUT BOY, as an apprentice to the Smith
trade. Applv to
BALLANTYNE & M'NAB,
Edward-street, North Brisbaue. Coach makers.
Painter, Glazier, and Paper
CAMPBELL AND MURRAY,
IN returning thanks for the liberal patronage
he received in the late firm, bega to intimate that ho has commenced business on his own ac- count, and traits, by striot attentiou and moderate charges, to merit a coutinuance of past favours.
Any orders for work, Seo., may bo left with Mr. Fawley, Cabinet Maker, Goorgo-street, or at Nott & Edwards, Queen-streot.
North Brisbane, Jan. 4.
I^HE undersigned^ intends commencing business
. in the above line or on about tho end of January, 1856, in the premises adjoining the Post Office, wbero work of a superior kind in Agricultural Implements, Drays, Carts, &o., may be obtained at all times, with a diminution of 5 per cent, on the price ourrent for cash payments.
In conjunction with the above trade, orders will be received for Construction or Erection of Maobinery of any kind compatible with the wants
of the distriot.
Orders will be reoeived in Screw, Rack, or Hy- drostatic Presses, Lifting, or Force Pumps, Beer Engines, »fro., or any other Branch connected with Engineer or Millwright work.
The advertiser intends, should sufficient encour- agement presentan this department, of introduc- ing one of Whitworth'a Patent Slide Lathe« into the Moreton Bay district.
FARQUHAR ABERDEEN. Bell-street, Ipswich, Jan. 4, 1856.
PRINCE OF WALES* HOTEL,
11HE Proprietor of the Prince of Wales' Hotel
. Briabano, respeotfully notifies to his frionas and the travelling public gonorally, that he has opened thia large and conveniently arranged house, for the accommodation of Boarders, Fami- lies, and othors, who moy fool disposed to give him a call. No trouble or expense has leen spared to make this house comfortable and convenient to all. It shall be second to none in the colony in regard to every thing appertaining to a Hotel. The establishment is provided with good Stabling.
The Bar is supplied with the choicest Wines and other Liquors. The Table is supplied with
the best a market affords.
Persons from any part of the colony visiting Brisbane may rest assured of receiving most satis- factory accommodation. The Hotel is beautifully located, and commands a fine view of tho rivor.
01TE US A CALL ANO SATISFIT YOURSELVES.
Proprietor. BOARD AND LODGING.
SINGLE GENTLEMEN can bo accommodated
with LODGING and BOARD, or partial board, within 5 minutes' walk of tho Post Office.
For cards of address, apply at Mr. Alford's
? 3á \
Without the slightest Reaarye. - ?>. MR. ROBBRÏ DAVlDiON,^
THOMAS ALFORD ;
HAS received instructions fiom Mr. J. H.
Ashei, to sell hy Public Auction, on the premises of Mi. Davidson, Georgo-street, on
- TUESDAY the 8th, and
FRIDAY tho 11 th Jnutiary,
at li, a.m., eáeh day,
The whole of his STOCK in 'TRADE, com- prising of
Drapery Whiteand Regatta Shirts Hosieiy " Silk Velvet
Silks Habit Shirts and Collars Satins Stays Haberdashery Calico
Bonnets , Diaper
Leghorn Hats Flannels
Muslins Bullion and other Fringe
Blankets Silk and Satin Mantles
Counterpanes * Largeassortmentof Bon Black Paris Hats net and Cap Ribbon
Lace and Edging Cloth and Heiland Coats Boys' Clothing Drill and other Trowaers Doeskin White Silk and Satin Drill Vests
Silk Serge 2 Side Saddles
Boots and ihoes 4 Gents' do
Together with an extensive assoitment of other goods suitable for the trade
SALE BY AUCTION.
MONDAY NEXT, 7th of January.
at 11 o'clock,
>ILL sell at his'Rooms, a quantity of
Colonial Cheese l Tutnerick Tamarinds Chillies
Marine Soap , Loaf Sugar
Sole, Kip, and Bazil Leather, S.o.
SALE BY AUCTION.
STORI.S OF THE SHIP " FORTUNE."
ILL sell in a few days the remainder of the
Surplus Stoics of the ship Fortune, Con- sisting of
Oatmeal Raisins Pickles
Sperm Candles, &e.
THE TALAVERA STATIONS,
In the distriot of Maranoa, Moreton Bay, with
VOOO head or Cattle,
MORT AND CO.
HAVE received instructions from Mr. Joseph
Fleming, of the Bremer Steaming estab- lishment, to sell by Publio Auction, at the Rooms, Pitt-streot, Sydney,
On FRIDAY, 1st February,
at 11 o'clock,
Those first-class valuable pastoral properties,
THE TALAVERA STATIONS,
in the district of Maranoa, Moreton Bay, having a frontage of about ten miles to the Balloon River, and running back the same distance on
The Commissioner's residence
is within half a mile of the boundary of these magnificent stations.
The IMPROVEMENTS compride a good hut and substantial stock-yards, quite new, and capa- ble of working
10,000 head of CATTLE, with drafting yards complete.
DEPASTURING CAPABILITIES, abont
12,000 bend of CATTLE 60,000 SHEEP.
The stock that will bo sold with this property
7000 head of CATTLE
(particulars of which will appear in a futuro ad- vertisement), and
200 head of HORSES,
of which about 30 are broken into saddle.
<§T Parties interested in squatting pursuits in the northern districts will find this pplendid pro- perty worthy of attention. Further particulars and terms of sale (which are liberal) can be as ceitained from the proprietor, Mr. Fleming, at Ipswioh ; or at the Rooms, Pitt-streot, Sydney.
CLASSICAL and COMMERCIAL ACADEMY
CONTINUES to receive pupils for initruotion
in the various branches of a liberal Educa- tion.
The present vacation terminates on MONDAY, January 7. Vacancies for two Boarders.
Home House Academy.
MRS. JOHN COOLING BEGS to acquaint the Parents and Guurdians
of young Ladies in her Establishment, that the Christmas Vacation will end on SATURDAY, the 12th inst. Sohool duties will be resumed on the succeeding MONDAY.
Mrs. C. also takes the present opportunity o thanking her patrons for the unlimited confidence reposed in her, and to assure them of her untiring
efforts to secure a continuance of the same.
She is open to receive two or three moro
Boarders and the same number of Day Scholars, ( while she doubts not the visible improvement and i happiness of those already committed to her care will prove her highest recommendation.
BEGS to .inform tho public of Briabano that J
. he has itakon the premises lately occupied by Messrs. Maurice, near to the Stores of Messrs. G. Raff it Co , where he will commence teaching
on Monday, the 7th inst. i
The Schoolhouse is intirely separate from th o \ dwelling houso. Behind it is a largo and wel ¿ fenced play ground, before it a fino opon pieo'o of ground. The situation is central, as woll as
healthy, and the approaches to the school oie an . and dry in net weather.
The First Quarter begins on the 7th Januar y
and ends on the 29th March. t
Hours.-9 A.M to 12 noon.-2 r.M. to 4 p.m. ( The course will also include the English Lan- . guage, the Art of Penmanship, Geography, His- tory, Lotter Writing, Aritbmetio, Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, Algebra, Geometry, Use of Logarithms, Conic Section», Trigonometry,
Mensuration, Natural Science, Latin, Greek, ac- | cording as the pupils ara advanced. Extras:
French, German, Drawing, excellent accoraodt- *.( lion for yoirly, weekly, and Daily Boarder«, \
Terms on application to Mr. S. at the Sohool.
N.B. A Quartor's notice required before the re- moval of a pupil,
North Brisbane, January 5th, 1856. 1
MERCANTILE and Commercial Men aro'I
lespcctfully iutormed that for the future tho CHANGE HOUR, is fixed for 12 o'clock noon.
ALL parties indobted to tho Estate of the
late David Huntino, of South Brisbane, oie requested to pay tho samo to the undersigned. And all olaims against tho said Estate nre to be sent in without delay for liquidation.
Commercial Hotel, South Brisbane. December 17,1855,
.THE OLD YEAR OUT, AND THE NEW YEA^IN
THE Proprietor of VICTORIA HOUSE, con« lera this a suitable Örtfefor
tendering his warmest thanks to his friends and numerous customers for the very libjtrgpsup- port he has received during the past six years, but more especially for the unexampled prosperity which has attended Viotoria House since its erection at the commencement of last year.
Contrary to the usual custom, it has been the proprietor's aim to keep nothing hut GOODS of a MRsT RATK QUALITY, which will sufficiently explain and answer a question very fieqitently asked, «hy there is such a marked differeneo between the goods at t\n establishment and the old and tiashy Stock kept by too many of our colonial Storekeepers ?
John Markwell is proud to say that this aim has been duly and abundantly appreciated, and it is to this (combined with small profits) that Victoria House owes the,envùble position she now en-
joys, viz.-possess«»« the largest trade in the Northern . ¡stricta. *] X
J. M. need scarcely sav it shall still be his constant aim to sústiuníhis pro-eminence, and to render the year 1856 as prosperous as its predecessor.
There is now on view, at Victoria House, tbe largest stock of Drapery Goods in the Distriot, and all well selected, of first rate quality, and perfectly New ; continually augmented by periodical
DIRECT SHIPMENTS, and selections forwarded eaoh steamer from the Colonial Markets.
Victoria House, 1st January, 1856.
STUDY YOUR INTEREST,
PURCHASE AT VICTORIA HOUSE.
ALL parties will study their interest by purchasing at Victoria House, where
nothing is kept but goods of first rate quality, aud perfectly new. Continually in receipt of periodical
DIRECT SHIPMENTS, and selections from tho Colonial Markets.
Victoria House, January, 1856.
TO THE LADIES,
IITOULD politely intimate, that he intends shortly to establish, in connection Y V with Victoria House,
A SHOW ROOM,
for their especial accommodation, on the First Floor, for the sale of
Sewn Muslin Goods
Ribbons, Blonds, Laces, Flowers, Gloves, and Other Fancy Goods,
Under the management of a Lady shortly expected from London.
In the meantime a full Stock of these Goods is to be seen as usual at
TO THE GENTLEMEN^ OF THE DISTRICT.
HAVING made considerable alterations in the management of this brunch of his
business, and being now in receipt of a very superior class of
is confident ho can execute all orders so as to ensuie satisfaction both in Cut, Quality, Workmanship
Viotoria House, January, 1856.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
DURING the present year J. Markwell intends devoting particular attention to
the Manufacture of a superior description ot Ready Made Clothing ; and in addition to bis usual large stook of '
ENGLISH MANUFACTURED GOODS,
«ill constantly have on hand an assortment of his OWN MAKE, made expressly to suit tho Gontlo men of Moreton Bay, of goods in every nay equal to
Thus preventing any possibility of delay in procuring a good suit of olothes.
Victoria House, January, 1856.
ÂEEW tons of splendid OATEN HAY, and
a quantity of STRAW," suitable for Sad- dlers' or Upholsterers' use, delivered in Ipswich.
WM. HENDREN. East-street, Ipswich.
1 r7C\Ci G00D PAT WETHERS. Delivery X I Uly can be given in all March, at
Goode'a, Burnett Inn.
For further particulars, apply to
Solicitor, North Brisbane
onnn good breeding ewes, now ¿i\)\j\) running at Fassifern, the greater portion from 3 to 4 years old. Delivery to be given on the 1st March, 1856. For terms, &c, apply to Mr. Win. Kent, South Brisbane ; Mr. H. M. Cookburn, Ipswich, or to
WM. KENT, Jim«.,
A FARM, consisting of about 20 «ores, situ-
ated in the western suburbs of North Brisbane. There are about C acres of it cleared and drained, being the low rich land forming a part of Red Jacket Swamp. On the ground is erected a substantial Slab Cottage, containing four rooms, with brick partition, it is enclosed by a three-rail fence, and bounded by Govern-
ment roads on two sides.
This property i* well worth the notice or the Agriculturist and Speculator, being within 20
minutes' walk of the Post Office.
Possession given on first January, 1856.
Title-Grant from the Crowm
Apply to AMBROSE ELDRIDGE,
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
9flfi TW0 HUNDRED BUSHELS of the AJ\J\J above, in lots to suit purchasers. The wheat can be recommended perfectly sound. Im- mediate application it necessary to Th »moa Came- ron, Dunlop, or
TO BE SOLD,
delivered at Coochin Coochin, 30 hiles feosi
A MIXED lot of CATTLE, consisting'of 10001
head, more or less. For terms and price,
apply to Mr. Henry Barnes, Coochin Coochin, Ips-1 wiob, or to »
MESSRS. BUNDOCK & MASSIE,
Gordon Brook, Graftou
FOR' SALE OR TO LET,
A TEAM of BULLOCKS, with or without
Dray. Apply to .
' , J. L. ZILLMAN,
Deo. 27, 1855. - - German Station.
ILLUSTRATED NEWS TO SEPTEMBER.
New subscribers immediately supplied, all the lato parts on hand, most interesting events of the War. Terms, 52 numbers (payable iu advance), £2 10s. post paid,
W. R. PIDDINGTON,
A AA BOXES of MOULD CANDLES for TcUU sale et 5id"$lb, at tho Soap and
Candió Works of
Kangaroo Point, Brisbane.
11HE original. Dit. TOWNSEND« SARSA-
PARILLA may be-had wholesale of the ^undersigned, sole Agents, ami retail of Messrs. Walter Gray k Co., Ipswich.
MACNAB, BROTHERS, & CO.,
Macquarie Place, Sydney.
A R T H E N W A R li GLASSWARE
Circular O^uay, Sydney,
v Importers fur Wholesale only.
SETTLERS OF MORETON BAY,
And all whom it may conoern.
11HE undorsi»iiod, agent for tho CHILIAN
. FLOUR COMPANY, has on hand, ami for sale, ¡SOO ton» of Fine Flour, and he will be happy io tontruct h,\ tho vaar to supply tho same at. a uniform price to tltoso to wiwin suob an arrangement would bo agieenble.
id I AT Kangaroo Point, a large STORE, with
J\. dwelling house attached, and wharf at present occupied by Messrs. Geo. Raff and Co. Possession can bo given on the first of January, 1856. Apply to
MR. J. PETRIE.
North Brisbane, December 3, 1855.
To Iiet, Furnished,
"IXriTH or without attendance, a BED-ROOM VV and SITTING ROOM, in Charlotte-street, behind the Courier Office For particulars applv at the office of this paper.
TO LET, STANLEY COTTAGE, containing
4 rooms, (papered), detached Kitchen, Ser- vants' Room, &c.,&c. The Cottage adjoins Cot Maton. Rent-¿1 per week, if taken for a term. Apply to
WHEELWRIGHT AND BLACKSMITH'S
SHOP, AND COTTAGE.
TO LFT, a good Workshop, with a. Horse-shoe-
ing Shed attached ; in the rear of which is a Commodious Cottage, containing four rooms, at present occupied by the undersigned, tho proprie- tor, situated in Charlotte-street, near the Courier Office. For particulars apply to,
11HE undermentioned goods, now lying in the
. Australasian Steam Navigation Company's stores, South Brisbane, will be sold at Publio Auction, if not claimed and removed and freight paid thereon, within olio month fiom this date, No mark 1 Package Bedstead
do 1 do Ate-handlea do 1 Bag Java Sugar
do 1 Case Pi enervo Meats
do 1 Trunk Clothing
do 1 Paokago Harness (chain)
do 1 Bed
do 1 Box Containing olothes
do 3 Cases Gin do 1 Bar Iron
do 1 American Stoi«
do 1 Wicker Linen Basket do 1 Tin Box (airtight)
do 1 Portable Chest of Drawers, No. 4 do 1 Green Medicino Chest
àot 1 Black Hat Box
do1 2 Brown do
do 1 Barrol Tallow
D 0. & Co. 540 1 Caso marked Pickles H. Stevenson 1 Red Box
R. S.J.B. h Chest Toa . D. Gottlding 1 Box Clothes C. L. A. 2 Brands School 1 Case
GEO. Ü. WEBB,
South Brisbane, 18th Dec. 1855. Agent.'
LOST OR STOLEN.
FROM Bigge's Camp, a light bay MARE,
branded X on the near shoulder. Also, a dark bay mare branded «Tf on near shoulder. If strayed, £1 a-head will be paid on delivery of same to Mr. Jas. Prior, Innkeeper, Little Ipswich ; if stolen, £5 per head on information being given
of the offender.
Deo. 27. JOHN HUMPFRIES.
STRAYED from Goombnria, the undermen-
tioned HORSES, for which the above reward will he paid on delivery at Goomburra:-1 bay Horse-JW near shoulder, small star, white hind feet ; bred on the Clarence. 1 bay Mare-small star, M on near shoulder.
One pound a head will bo paid for such infor- mation of their whereabouts as will load to their recovory.
Addross the undersigned.
ARTHUR H. M'ARTHUR. Goomburra, Snd Jan. iSSS.
WHEREAS, on the night of the 8th Decem-
ber ¡list., bet woo ti the hours of eleven and twelve o*olock, two men, accomp'tniod by a dog or dogs, did maliciously attack a flack of sheep in the yard at one of my out-stations, about six miles from Helidon, and, without the slightest cause or provocation, did then mid there kill twelve of the said shoep, by boating out their brains, breaking their legs, ixe, and did likewiso rob the hut ol' I'some flour, thoro being only ni the station a lad of eighteen years of age, who in vain attempted to protect my property ; ¿Now I, /ho undersi_nod, do hereby offer a"Ho»itrd ot Fifiïy" flDousa«íf* Stei*lillftt>> to any person giving such informa tion as shall lead to' the conviction of the perpc liators of this ruflianly and dastardly outrage.
One of the men is de.ioribed as being nboufc (J cot, and the other about 5 feet 8 iiichus,in height,
WILLIAM TURNER. Helidon, Dec. 12, 1855.
. BRISBANE BREWERY*.
] - JNO. 's. beach;- riifr
BEOS te inform tho pnblic that he has beon
enabled to resume business in the above es-
tablishment, and hopes, through care and atten- tion, to seouie tho patronage of those who can appreciate a good glass of Boor.
N.B. Yeast alwtyi on hand. Queen-street, Brinbane.
To all Members of the^Cfuited Church of
England and Ireland, residing io or near
MY CHRISTIAN FRIENDS,-As there are^
numbers of inhabitants of this town and neighbourhood who are baptized members* of tbo United Church of England and Ireland, yet can- not enjoy tho Ordinances and Spiritual privileges of their religion for want of sufficient Church accommodation, your Minister respectfully, but, earnestly, iuvites'y our attendance at a MEETING to be held at our School Room, on MONDAY EVENING. The doors will be open at 6 o'clock, and the Church bell will ring from a quarter past
six till halt-past, when business will begin. , >
Tho main objects of the Meeting aro to lay ] beforo you, and obtain your opinions concerning,
some plans'for making our Church inoro useful 'ti and practical. And since it is beyond one man's '
power to do this « ithout the constant good-« ill
and assistance of the laity-a Committee will be t
formed, by which e\ery class of society will bo '
represented; and this committee will be oom- j|' posed of both sexes. The duties of tho gentlemen fa~ will be to elect their own officers, to cull meetings, ' j
and to consult for the benefit of our religion, &o. ¡j The Indios will receive cards, and undertake to do "r '* their utmost in obtaining subscriptions for in- ,, ¡ cieasingthe number of sittings in church, and J maintaining a second clergyman, &o. rJ
Our communion has, 1 fear, hitherto failed to r act together as heartily and unanimously as we 'J\ have a right to expect from Christian brethren, -j
whose duty it is to "Consider one another to,.^,,Jl provoke tinto love and to good works." We have ¡j, incurred the charge, I fear deservedly, of baili!*
too exclusively the church' of the rich. Tho be- i ginning of the year is a fitting tiine to endeavour /
to retrieve our'character, and show tho world we' !L are in earnest. It is hoped that all classes of our \< Communion will embrace >this opportunity of ii meeting their Ministor, who now so anxiously I invites their co-operation and sympathy.
1 remain, my Christian friends, 1 Your faithful Minister and brother,
E. K. YEATMAN. St. John's Parsonage, Jan. 4th, 1856.
SUBSCRIPTIONS received for the Widow and
Children of Mr. Strange :
£. s. d.
Collected by James Swan -
Frederick Walker ..... 0.5. 6
F. E. Roberts. ...... 0. 10. 0 Thomas Jones....... 0. 10. 0 John J. Perry.,..,.... 0 10 0 J.S. Beach ...... 0. 10. 0
R.E. Dix .......... 1. 0. 0 Thomas Dowse....... 0.10. 0
B. Cribb ........ 1. 0. 0.
R. J. Coley .......... 1. 0. 0 Theodore Franz .... . 0. 10. 0 Collected by Union Bank, Brisbane
H. Bulgin. .........0. 10. o R. S. Warry......... 1. 0. 0
James Collins ......... 0. 10. 0 James Spence......... 0. 10. 0
A Friend............ 1. 1. 0 Charles Hodder...... 0. 10. 6
H. R. Jackson ...... 0. 10. 6 Collected by Bank New South Wales,
H. T. .......... 0. 7. 6 Fitzharding.... 0. 10. 0
D.F.Roberts ......... 1. 1.0 John Buckley...... 0. 10. 0
P. Mayne....... 0. 10. 0
Total............£14. 6. 0 3rd January, 1856.
IPSWICH ROMAN CATHOLIC
CHURCH. THE REV.W. McGINTY
MOST thankfully acknowledges to have re-
ceived since his last publication (in Octo- ber of the present year), the following subscrip- tions towards tim erection of the Ipswich Roman
Catholic Church :
£ B. d.
Mr. Clark Irving. 10 10 0
Geo. Clapperlin. 5 5 0 Michael Power..'...... 5 0 0 Michael Doonor. 5 0 0 Corr el i us O'Rourke. 5 0 0
John Ford. 4 0 0 John Fitzgerald. 3 0 0 Miss Mary Anne O'Buen.' 2 10 0 Master John O'Biion... 2 10 0 Mr. John Pettigrew . 2 2 0
William Hendren., 2 0 0 Mi s. Molouy, nour. 1 0 0 Miss Mary Lllon M'Grath . 1 0 0
Anno Mahar . 1 0 0
Mir. Donald Campbell.'? 1 0 0 " Joseph Wholan . 1 0 0 ,, William Lawlor. 1 0 0 " Thomas Burns. 1 O O " James Mohan. 1 0 0
Total.... £54 17 0
Amount for names published in the
Courier of 27th ot last October.. 548 12 0 Collected in July last at Mr. Flem-
ing's Boiling Establishment.... 19 17 G In same month, at the Town Marie
Establishment, including ona Guinea front the esteemed pro
pu'etor, R. J. Smith, Esq., M.L.C. 8 14 6 Monthly collections, Sec, in tempor-
ary church during the year.? 140 17 2
Total colleoted in 1855.... £772 l8 2 In hands on 31st December, 1854.. 630 3 8}
Grand total to this date, all pata. .£1403 1 10è
Ipswich, 31st Dec, 1855.
LIST of Subscriptions to the Moreton Bay An-
niversary Regatta, to be held on tho 26th January, 1856:
Capt. Wickham D. M'Kergow .0 «0 R.N........<£2 2 0 F. Dunlop.... O' so John Brewster. .2 2 0 S. Gower_0 10 0 Thomas Jones. ,2 2 0 T. Boxland ... 1 0 0 F. E. Roberts.. 2 2 0 Wm.'Ward ... 0 5 0 John Cameron .1 0 0 Win. Sim ..., 0 SO A. Young. 1 1 0 Androw Orr .. 0 50 Capt Collins .. 1 10 Peter Cowper .026" Capt. O'Reillj.. 1 1 0 T. Grenier ... \ 0 0 Capt. Paterson .1 0 0 T. M'Connel.. 0 5 0 J. J. Galloway .1 10 Alex. Cameron 0 5 0 Geo. Raff. 1 1 0 J. Power .... 0 5 0 Wm. Kent.... 1 1 0 Capt. Coloy... 1 0 0 A. W. Compigne 1 1 0 R. Davidson .. 0 10 0 N. Bartley .... 1 10 Thoa. Gray ... 0 50
S. Kerfoot_ 1 IO James Collins. 0 10 G 8. Peterson .... 1 I 0 W. Cairncross .0 50 W. A. Duncan .1 10 Wm. Lloyd ..0 5 0 T. S. Warry ... 1 10 Robert Cribb . 0 10 0 D. F, Roberts.. 1 1 0 John Brenan.. ') 10 0 Mark Wallace.. I 1 O Hiuth M'Lean. 0 5 0 Arthur May... 1 1 0 J. Fowles , .. 0 10 0 R. Douglass.... 1 1 0 R. Dalton.... 0 10 0 R. B. Sheridan .1 1 0 W. Kent, junr. 1 1 0 W. Campbell ..1 1 0 T. Finney.... 0 10 0 A. B. Burne ... 1 0 0 A. M'lntvro.. 0 10 tt John Little.... 1 1 0 John Souter .. I 0 0 J. J. Perry .... 1 1 0 Ihos. Dtew .. 0 10 O' C. J. M'Kenr.ie. 1 1 0 John Markwell 0 IO G A Subscriber ..1 10 1 sane Mttrkneil 0 10 G R. A. St. Hill.. 1 1 0 John Campbell 0 10 6 J. P. Boll '..... 1 OOP. Mayne .... o 10 6 T. De Lacy Mof- T. B Stephens 10 0
fatt. 1 10 T. Alfoid .... \ 0 0 J. Douglas_ 1 0 0 S. Median ... 1 10 Roheit Little ..I 10 Martin Fleury 1 O o George Jones .. 0 10 0 I). Slaiing .' I io William Mason. O-10 0 R. J. Smith. ..1 10 D. K. Somerset. 0 10 0 J. S. Tnroer.. 2 8 0 Henry Buckley. 1 1 0 B &G. Barnett 1 1 0 Wm "Pfltiarow. 1 0 0 Wm. Fraser ..1 0 0 C. J. Trundle .. 0 10 6 George Appel. 1 ,0 0 li. Costin. 1 0 0 J. Seiinmn_ 1. o ,0 C. E. Vivirn... 1 0 0 J.Jlalv. 0 5< 0 F. Push. 0 10 0 J. Su-iii. 1 To P. B jit les _0 5 0 -
£75 8 6 By diiection of the Commit! pt»
, "* J. J. PERRY,
-iw *'iMToi/,* Treasurer.