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VOR LONDON.

.mriE AOÄICOLA, m t<>,.s.

.L J. Bi;tt, Comnum.Wr, vu!) have quiek dispatch. -

Freight, including I.iyflt traye .? For Tallow, G8s. per ton j for Wool, Five Farthing* per Ib.

Apply lo GEO RAFF & .CO.

TO LET,

TUE PUBLIC HOUSE I.»l.-ly kilowa as ihr

LOGAN JIOTKL,

at Routh P.rishime. This hnivte Jin's hitherto eouiniruv'.ed a large» share of the liado in lUnt kraltty, and would realize good piofits for any Mtetitive landlord. m

For particulars apply fo

F. D. MERCER.

Sonlh Unsinne, March 22, 18.03.

SHEEP.

?\\7~ANTKl), !l,l0llt 400° Sheep-princip-illy \\ Maiden EH c3-of a Good .Quality ; also,

sonic Male Weaner«.

SV. 11. WALSH.

D.-a'ilbo, 20th M'iich.lSM.

FOR SALE,

AT COOCHIN.          

About 200 young CATTLE, from 6 months

to 2½ years old, deliverable immediately. Apply at the Station, or to

Mr. WALSH, Ipswich.

TO BUSHMEN.

WANTED immediately THREE experienced

BUSH CARPENTERS,

to proceed to the Burnett District to fence in a Stockyard capable of containing 3000 head of

cattle.  

ALSO,

AN EXPERIENCED HORSE-BREAKER. Apply at the Courier Office, or to

Mr. MASON, SUPERINTENDENT,

Baramba.

SHINGLE SPLITTERS WASTED,

A J. & II. HOCKINÜ3 require Shingle J\ . Splitters and Sawyers for town and coun- try work. Constant employment guaranteed.

A. J. & II. BOOKINGS,

HOCKING» Wharf.

South Brisbane.

TO BUILDERS

AcctJSTOMKt) TO BUSH WORK.

REQUIRED, Three or Four good Workmen, \> to put up a WOOLSUBD, CuTCAoe, Srn&K,

and KITCHEN.

For further particulars, apply to the under- signed tit Taabinga.

C R. & W. O'G. HALY.

Taabinga, March 30th, 1803.

X2 RKWAKD

WILL be given to any person restoring to

the undersigned a Chestnut COLT,

(Entire,) rising three years old, branded S on

V)

near shoulder,white star in face,strayed or stolen Ironi the vicinity of Moggill.

GEORGE POOLE. JU.NR., Brisbane or JONATHAN LKTHERLAN I),

Mr. I'OULB'S Cotton Faint, Moggill.

TO BE SOLD

Bs" 1V.IVATK CüNTIUCr,

Til HE STORR and STOCK belonging to the L Undersigned. For partícula ru apply lo Mr. George Thorn, at Ipswich, or myself, nt Drayton; there is also to be sold my Old Stole and five Allotments of Land in the township. The stock at present is selling oil'at just Cost

prices.

W. BAN OCOCK.

March 31st, lift:?.

NOTICE.

riMIEUndersigned requests all Parlies Indebted

.L to him to settle the amount of their Accounts at their earliest convenience. He also requests his Creditors to furnish lum with their accounts

without delay.

W. HAN OCOCK.

Drayton. March 31st, 18.03.

JCÜÜ REWARD,

OR A CONDITIONAL PARDON.

WHEREAS it has been represented to the

undersigned, that the undermentioned CONVICTS did, on the llth March last, pirati c.illy seize a boat, the properly of Her Majesty's Government, at Norfolk Island, and that subse- quently they hilve committed several robberies in Moreton Biy. Notice is hereby given thal a Reward of JEtiO will be given to any free person who shall cause the said Convicts to be apprehend- ed ; and should the individual causing the appre- hension of any one of them be a PrUoner of the Crown, application will be made to Bis Excellency ti».' Govcrnor-Gcncial for a Conditional Pardon for such prisoner,

DKSCRIPTION- OF TUB SAID CONVICTS:

PATRICK COOPER

Ajrc-About 25 years

Height-About 5 feet 1 inches l\yes-Blue

Bair-Light

Whiskers-Red.

JOSEPH DAVIS

Age--About 3(3 years

Height-5 fret ft inches Eyes-Light Hair-Light

Whiskers-Light

. A ship marked on right arm. THOMAS CLAYTON -

Age-About 43 years

Height-5 feet 7 inches Eyes-Dark binn

Hair-Dirk, and turning grey Whiskers-Grey.

»GINGER" MUMMY~

Age-About 23 years

Height-5 RctO inches Kyes-Grey Hair-Red

Whiskers-Utd

F.ice much sun freekled. JOHN MICK

' Ago-About 25 year» . .

Hcight-5 feet 6 inches Eyes-Dark

Hair-Dark

Whiskers-Dark

JEREMIAH SULLIVAN -

Agc-About -12 yearB

Heighl-5 feet 10 inches Eyes-Dark

Bair- Brown .

Whiskers--Brown. , ,

< JNO. 0. W10KBAM,

?Pólice Magistrate, Police Office, Niislwnr-, 2nd April, 1853.

CHALLENGE.

rp UK Ipswich Cricket Chili, residents in the L town and vicinity of Ipswich, hereby dial« lenge the .Squatters of the Northern Districts to - play thuin at the manly game of CRICKET, on

FRIDAY, THE 13rn MAY

ensuing, being the day lifter the Race». Terms and conditions to bi; arranged previously, either with the Undersigned or Mr. John Hanran, any day before the match ¡ and this challenge is given purposely to give the squatters a chance of winning back their laurels.

II. W. RANSOM pswich, March 25, 1853.

MORETON BAY EMPORIUM.

H. M. REEVE

HAS just received a large supply of New

(¡omis, ex Palermo, consisting of

Men's Lambswool. Merino, Gauze ditto, anil Spun

Silk under Vests

30 dozen men's broad colton Half Hose Regatta, Scotch Twill, and Stripe Shirts White Damask Cloths, ditto in tim piece Coloured Coburglis-Black Alpaceas

36 and, 72 inch White nnd Grey Sheeting

Moleskin, Drill, Tweed, and Doeskin Trousers

Chemisettes, Habit-shirts, and Thread Lace und

Edgings

Gentlemen and Indies' White and Drab Kid

Gloves . ' Rich Glaci, Watered Moire, and Satin Mantles

and Visites

Paisley Shawls-Plate prints

E.au de Cologne, Lavender Water. F.vtract do

Rose, Assorted Scents, Windsor Soap, &c.

Tortoise-shell Side Combs, Tooth, Nail, and

Hair Brushes

Colonial Tweeds, black Cassimcreand Ilroads Men's Kelt and Brab H.Us

8-1 9-1 10-1 Blankets, fcc, fcc.

A large collection nf Blue Pilot Coats-Serge Shirts

fi-1 and 8-1 Wax Cloths -Hearth Rugs Looking Glasses

Draught and Chessmen-Rack and Back Combs Flannels, Cashmere Hoods, Muslin Robes, jost

received per liatjlc

_ Which, together with his previous large nnd carefully assorted stock, «iii be found worthy the attention of all classes of buyers.

GB.STI.EMBN FROM TUB INTKRIOK

will alwavs find a first rate Stock of

READY MAUL*; CLOTHING,

DRF.SSBD SHIRTS, AC.,

with every article necessary to a Gentleman'*

outfit.

CÎENTt.P.MKN's CcOTIIINO

made lo order, upon the shortest possible notice.

II. M. Reeve would also call attention to his Stock of Books, Stationery, and popular Music, which is constantly replenished with new publi-

cations.

Ipswich, March 9, 1853.

GENERAL STORES,

BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH,

(OPOSITE BELL-STREET.)

PATRICK O'SULLIVAN  

BEGS lo announce to the inhabitants of Ips-

wich, and the neigbourhood, his return from SYDNEY with a Large and Varied Stock, care- fully selected; and which, having been purchased for CASH, he is enabled to offer at such prices as will insure a continuance of that patronage which has been so liberally bestowed upon him

since he commenced business.

The Stock comprises a Splendid assortment of Small pattern Prints, and Printed

Jeans for Children's Dresses     Printed Cambric Dresses and Robes

Monalin de laines, Cachmeres and Lustres Gala Plaids - Ginghams

Black and coloured Coburgs and Alpacas Long Cloths, Shirtings, and Sheetings

Unbleached Calicoes-Scotch Twill Shirtings Dressed and rough Hollands Blankets, white and coloured Counterpanes

Moleskins and Cords

Shawls, Visites, Neck Ties, and Woollen Hand-

kerchiefs

White Sateen Stays

Thread Spun Silk, Silk and French Kid Gloves

Maids' and Women's white, unbleached, and black

Cotton Hose

Children's plain and lace white cotton Sox

Ditto worsted Boots, Bootakins, and Gaiters

Men's unbleached, coloured, and lambs' wool

Half Hose.

Men's lambs' wool Hose

Maids' and Children's Boots and Shoes

Women's patent leather Shoes-black and co-  

loured Boots-basil and carpet Slippers

Men's basil and carpet Slippers, Cossack, Blucher,

and Wellington Boots

Boys' Coatees-cord, tweed,and doeskin Trousers Men's superior pilot cloth Coats

Men's doeskin, alpaca, and superfine Frock

Coats

Men's duck and drill Riding Jackets Ditto fancy holland Coats

Ditto Quilting, Valentia, Barathea, and Satin

Waistcoats

Ditto tweed, doeskin, moleskin, duck, and drill

Trousers

Scotch Twill, striped and regatta Shirts Boys' and men's white Shirts  

One case of  

LADIES' FASHIONABE BONNETS

and

BOYS' TUSCAN AND STHAW HATS, RIBBONS,

LACES, COLLARS, &c.      

P. O'S. will make it his study, to have always on hand a complete assortment of

IRONMONGERY,

EARTHENWARE,  

AND

GROCERIES

WINES and SPIRITS at Wholesale Prices  

Kangaroo, Kip, and Sole Leather. Ipswich, March 26, 1853.

ON SALE at the Courier Office, the amended

FORMS of TENDER for NEW-RUNS, and-for FORFEITED or VACATED RUNS.

THE

OLD DRUG ESTABLISHMENT,

(LATH ECDIUOOB'S.)

QUEEN-STREET, NORTH BRISBANE.

rpiIE undersigned, in reluming his sincere .L thanks to the inhabitants of Brisbane, and the district generally, for the unprecedented sup- port they have given him since lim commence- ment of the year, takes this opportunity of stating that his .stock of DRUGS, &c, is now very complete, and ¡ne-lndus nearly every Pre-

paration in use by the Profession, and he trusts, hy undeviating personal attention to business, to still merit on equal share of support.

Prescriptions and Family Receipts Hill, as heretofore, he Prepared and Dispensed-faithfully and carefully-and with Genuine and Unadulter- ated Drugs.

FREDERICK JAMES BARTON,

Formerly House Surgeon i« the March 31, 1853. Bmbanc Hospital.

MARTYN'S

HORSE .INI) CARRLAGE DAZA AR,

240 PITT-SrilEET, SYDNEY.

REGULAR SALE DAYS.

TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.

ALL PARTIES sending Horses or other

. stock for sale, are partieularly rrquested to send written instructions previous to,sale, stating brands, age, qualifications, and if with or with-

out reserve.

Sydney. Feb. 22, 1853.

NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACES.

npO tn1to placo at Inwsieh, on TUESDAY, 1 WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, tho

10TH, UTI!, AND 12TH DAYS OF MAY, 1853.

STEWARDS :

FltniFRICK. W. BlGGK JOHN PANTON

Giuir.uT DAVIDSON J. P. ÜKLL

G nonar: A. FORBES,

Esquires.

Piust DAT.

THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN STAKES of

Sovonty Pounds, for nil Horses, carrying weight ior ago; milo nnd a distance, noms. Entrnnco £5 ¡ second horse to Bnvo tho staleo.

MAIDEN PLATE of Sixty Sovereigns, foi; all

Horses that nove-r won an advertized prize ; milo boats; weight for ago. Entrance- tour sovereigns.

WELTER STAKES of Thirty Sovereigns ; three

milos. Eutriinco.£3. Weights to bo carried

in tho Welter Race:

3 year olds . 9ït. Olhs.

3 do . lOst. Ollis. 4 do.lOst. 12lhs. 5 do.list. 7lhs. C do.12at. Olhs,

Tho winnora of any previous Welter at the North Australiun Mcoting to carry waight, not exceeding 7lbn., at tho discretion of the Stewards. HACK STAKES of Fifteen Sovereigns, for all

untrained horses carrying 10 stone; mile and a half. Post entrance £1. Tho ivinncr ol' tho Hank Stakes to hu sold hy auction for £20, any surplus to go to tho FmuK

SKCONO DAY.

HURDLE- RACE of Twenty-five Sovereigns,

twice- round tho course ; over six leaps ; 3 foot, 9 inches high ; carrying 11 stone ; gontlomon riders. En trunco ¿S.

HACK HURDLE HAGE of Fifteen Sovereigns,

once ronnel tlio course ; over threo leaps : 3 feet G inches high; currying 10 stone. En-

trance £1.

HURRY SCURRY STAKES of £5; once round

tho course. Post on trunco fls.

AM, PmvATF. MATCHES TO DF. RUN ON THIS

DAY.

TIIIUD DAY.

SQUATTERS' PLATE of Thirty Sovereigns,

for nil Horses carrying 10 stone, 7 lbs; twice

round tho course. Entrances £3.

PUBLICANS' PURSE of Thirty Sovereigns, for

all Horses,carrying weight for age; boats, twice round tho course Entrance £3.

LADIES' PURSE of Twonty Sovereigns, for all

Horses carrying weight for age ; milo and i»

hnlf. Entranco £2.

CONSOLATION STAKES of Fifteen Sovereigns,

for all Horses beaten nt tho mooting; heats,

once round. Entranco £l 10a.

In all Rnces whnro heals aro run, n distance will ho considered as 120 yards fiom the win- ning post.

Tho winners of tho North Australian Stakes and Manion Plato to carry weight (not exceeding 7 lbs.) at tho disorotion of the Stewards,

Tlio Australian Jookoy Club Rules will be strict* ly ndhorod ,to.

All riders to-appoar in jookoy costumo.

A subscription of 3 guineas 'to quality for nil races, with the exception of tho Hack StakeB, for which one guinea only will bo required.

Tlio Entrances to bo mado in writing under sealed envolopcs, addressed to tho Stewards, nt tho Queen's Arms Hotel, East-Stroot, which will bo opened at eight o'clook on tho evening preceding each day's moos.

No person will bo nllowcd to erect a Ttooth without previously being a subscriber to the

Raco Fund to tho amount of £5.

No horso will bo allowed on tho eourso until within fourteen- days of tho Races.

Eor each Knee tlicro numt bo thrco Entrances

or no rnco.

Weights to bo carried at tho Kortborn Rnco meeting ¡

2 year olds . 7st. "Olbs.

3 do. Sst. 2Um. 4 do. .i. 9st. 4lbs. 5 do.. 9st. Dib-. 6 yon« and aged. lOst. Olbs.

FRED. C. T. DAVENY, '

Hon. Sec. Moro ton Buy,

Ipswich, March 23, 18S3.

HERE IS YOUR REMEDY!

.IIOr/LOWAY'S OINTMENT!

Á" MOST MIRACULOUS CURE OF BAD LEOS,

AFTER 43 YEAR'S SUFFERING,

Extract of a Letter from Mr William Gtilpin

of Ï0, Saint Mary's Street, Vreyviotith, dated May Mt h, 1851.

To .Professor HOLLOWAY,

SIR,-At the age of l8 my wife (who is now 61) caught a violent cold, which settled in her legs,

and ever silica that time tliev liavo been more or

less sore, mid greatly inííamed. Her agonies wore distracting, «nd for months together she wits deprived entirely of rest and sleop. Every remedy that medical men advised Mas tried, hut without effect; her health suffered severely, and the state ol' her leg» was terrible. I had often read your Advertisements, and advised her to try your Pills and Ointment ; mid, as a last resource, after oVery other remedy had proved useless, slio consented to do so. Sho commenced six weeks

ago. and, strange to relate, is now in good health. Her logs aro painless", without seam or sear, anti lier sleep sound and undisturbed. Could you Jiave witnessed the sufferings of my wife during tho last 43 years, mid contrast them with her present enjoyment o<" health, yon would indeed feel deliglitùd in having boon the means of so greatly alleviating tho sufferings of a fellow crea- ture. * (Signed) WILLIAM GALPIN.

A PERSON 70 YIÍARS OF AGE CURED OF A

BAD LEG, OF THIRTY YEARS' STAND- ING.

Copy of a Letter from Mr. Wm. Abhs, Builder

of Gas Ovens, of Rushrliffe, near Hudders- field, dated May Hist, .1851. To Professor HOLLOWAY,

Sin,- I suffered for a. period of thirlv voars from a bud log, tho result of two or threo «liftèrent nceidontsatGas Works; accompanied hy scorbutic symptom«. I lind "recourse to n variety of medi- cal advine, without deriving 'any benefit, and was eveii'told that tho log must bo amputated, yet, in opposition to that opinion, your Pills and Ointmontliavo effected npoinplotocuro in so short a time, Unit low who lind not witnessed it would credit tho fact.

(Signed) WILLIAM ABBS The truth of this statompii, can be verified by Mr. W. P. England, Chemist, 13, Market Street,

Huddersfield.

ADRlí^^íLBAD BUK AST CURFn tv nvn>

moMTII.

Extract of a Letter from. Mr. Frederick Turner of Penshurst, Kent, dated December 13ÍA, 1850, To Professor HOLLOWAY,

DEAR Sin,-My wife had suffered from Rad Breasts for more than sit months, and during the whole period had the best médical attendance, but all to tin uso. Having before healed nn awful wound in my own leg hy your unrivalled medicine, I determined again to uso your Pills and Ohitmont, and therefore gavo thom a trial in her case, and fortunate it was I did so, for in less than a month a perfect eure was effected, and tho bone fit that various othpr brunches of my family have derived from their uso is raally astonishing. I now strongly recommend thom mall my friends.

(Signed) FREDERICK TURNER. A WONDERFUL CURE OF A DANGEROUS

SWELLING OF THE KNEE.

Copy of a Letter from John Forfar, an Agri-

culturist, residiny at Newborough, near Hex- ham, dated May \Mh, 1850. To Professor HOLLO way,

SIR,-I was afflicted with a swelling on eaoh sido of tho log, rather' above tho knee, for nearly two yours, which increased to a great size, 'l had tho advice of three eminent Surgeons hero, and was an intnalo of tho Newcastle Infirmary

for four weeks. After various modes of treatment . had been tried, I was disoliargod ns incurable. Having heard so much of your Pills and Ointment 1 determined to try them, and in less thalia

month I was oomplotoly cured. What is moro vomarkablo I was ungagod twelvo hours a day in tho Buy Harvest, and although T have followed my laborious ocotipation throughout the winter, I liavolmd no return whatever of my complaint,

(signed) JOHN FORFAR. AN INFLAMMATÍON IN THE SIDE PER-

FECTLY CURED.

Copy of a Letter'from Mr. Francis Arnot, of

Dreahovse, Lothian Road, Edinbro', dated April %Wi, 1851.

To Profossor HOLLOWAY,

SIB,-For mora than twenty years my wife has been subject, from timo to timo, to attacks of inflammation in tho side, for which sho was bled

and blistered to a great extent, still tho pain oonld not bo removed. About four years ago she saw in tho pnpors, tho wonderful cures effected by your Pills mid Ointment, and thought sho would givo them ft trial. Tohor great nstonish mont and delight sho got immediate relief from their use, and after porsovoring for three weeks tho nain in her sido was completely cured, and sho lins enjoyed tho best of health for tim hist four years. (Signod) FRANCIS ARNOT.

Tho Pills should ho used conjointly with tho Ointment in most of tho following cases' ;

Bad Legs, Bud Breasts, Burns, Bunions, Bite of

Mosohctoosnnd Sand-Flies, Coro-Bay.Ch¡ego foot, Chilblains, Chapped hands, Corns (soft) Cancers, Contracted and Stiff Joints, Blenhim/ tiasis/> Fistulas, Gout, Glandular Swellings, Lumbago, Piles, Rheumatism) Scalds, Soro Nipples, Sore-throats, Skin-diseases, Scurvy, Sore-heads, Tumours, Ulcers, Wounds, Yaws. Sold hy tho Proprietor, 244, Strand, (near Touinlo Bar) London,' and by all respeotnblo Vendora of Patent Modicinos throughout tho Civilized World, in Pots and Boxes. Thoio

is a vory considerable saving in taking tho largor

sizes.

N.B.-Directions for tho guidance of Patients aro affixed to oneil Pot or Box.

BENJAMIN CRIBB,

of Brisbano and Ipswich, Storckoepor. WHOLESALE AGENT for Moreton Buy and Northern

Districts.

SUB-AGENTS .

F. A. FORBES, Ipswich.

UEOHOB POOLE, Chemist and Druggist, Brisbane.

GEORGE POOLE, JUNK.,

CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, &c,

NORTH BRISBANE.

TJESPECTFULLY informs the Public that he

«.? has constantly on hand a good stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY,

OILMAN'S STORES, &c., comprising

Castor Oil, Epsom Salts, Carbonate Suda, TAR TARIC ACID, Ess. Lemons. Oil, Peppermint, SARSASPARILLA. Strychnine in crystal. H,y drioilate Potash, Quinine, Turkey Rhubarb, OPIUM, Calomel, Senna. Volatile Salts, Gum Arabic. Cream Tartar. Jalap, Balsam Copiiba, CUBEBS, Tinctures, Extracts, Syrups, Oint- ments, Pills, Powders, &c., &c.

ALSO,

a variety of the more recent remedies, imported direct from the celebrated house of Heiring. Brothers, London, including

Valeriauate Zinc, Citrate of Iron, Veratrine. Morphine, Iodide of Lend, Iodurctof Iron, Citrate of Quinine, Chloride of Zinc. Iodide of Sulphur, Protoioduret of Mercury. Cod Liver Oil, Tinc- tures of Indian Hemp, Lobelia Inflita, Chloroform.

&e ,&c.

ALSO,

Holloway's Pills and Ointment, of the various sizes, imported to Brisbane direct, from the

PROPRIETOR.

In (he Grocery and Italian Goods department will be found choice Tea and Sugars raw or re- fined, Coffee. Tobacco-Amerienn and Colonial, Soap, Candles, Starch, Blue. Soda, Spices of all sorts, O.ilmea!, Groats, Currants, Plums, Pickles. Rattled Fruits, Jams, Saúcos, Curry Powder. Salmon, Sardines. Anchovies, Sago, Capers, Loz- enges of all kinds, Candied Peels, Chocolate. Cocoa &c, fcc.

Also the highly esteemed

MORETON BAY ARROWROOT,

grown and manufactured by Mr. Childs ; the large sale and the high enloginms passed on it hy all who have tried it have, fully established its superiority to the South Sea Island samples.

N.B. Medicine Chests fitted up on the shortest

notice.

Orders from the country carefully and punc- tually attendrd to.

NEW IMPROVED

LONDON SADDLES.

. Q Arvrvt-TSD v A'T>l>riTMTAfT?VT<3 S'

rp HE undersigned has the honour to acquaint

.L the numerous patrons and fiivnds of his

establishment, and to whom he tenders his best thanks for the continued favours conferred on bim in business, that he has just unpacked two cases of Prime Saddles and Saddlery appoint- ments consigned to him from the most eminent makers in London, comprising: -

BEST ALL-OVER

IIOGSKIN FULL SIZED SADDLES,

warranted to be carefully fitted for the Horse and Rider.

BEST STOCK SADDLES,

RING TACKLE, &c.

A general assortment of Bridles, Plain and Fancy Pelhams.nnd other Ladies' Bradoon Bridles (round and Hat).

MARTINGALES-WHIPS

in great variety

SPURS of a very superior description,

and all other equipments in the trade, too numer- ous lo particularise.

C. OS. has made "arrangements for a monthly supply from the most celebrated Makers in England of every article connected with the Trade, and which he will be able to dispose of on as moderate terms as any House irr the colony.

His Stock of DRAPERY, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SLOPS, fee, he will dispose of at Sydney pi ices, to make room for a large stock of New Goods, which he expvets the beginning of the month.

' - CHRISTOPHER GORRY. East-street, Ipswich.

rilHE Undersigned is a PURCHASER of FAT JL STOCK. He will either take delivery at the

BftBMKii lim UNO ESTABLISHMENT, or at the Parties' own Stations.

JOSEPH FLEMING.

rp HE Subscribers are purchasers of TALLOW, 1 HIDES, and SHEEPSKINS.

WALTER GRAY & Co..

Ipswioh.

THE undersigned is prepared to purchase

WOOL. TALLOW, HIDES, HORNS, HOOFS, and BONES.

> HENRY BUCKLEY. Brisbane, Jan. Iß, 1S33.

1M1F. Undersigned are PURCHASERS of

. WOOL and SHEEPSKINS.

PRINCE, BRAY, AND OGG. George-street, Sydney.

WOOL, &c.

THE undersigned is a rash hu ver of WOOL.

(Washed and in the Grease),' and SHEEP-

SKINS : or will make cash advances on WOOL

or TALLOW, consigned to his friends in j

England.

THOMAS HOLT, JUN WOOL STORKS,

136, OKOHOB-STRKAT SODTH,

Near the ¡let/ Market, Sydney.

WOOL, TALLOW,. AND COLONIAL

PRODUCE.

MESSRS. WATKINS fe DEAN beg tonpprise

parties interested in the disposal of Wool, Tallow, and other colonial produce, that they In-

tend holding auctions exclusively for the sale of| the above articles every Saturday, anil having1 secured dry and commodious Stores, capable of holding 3000 lons of merchandize, they will atoro goods intended for sale, free of rent, for one

month.

Commission on wool and tallo«1, one per cent. ?127,.Gcorgc-strrtt, Sydney.

ACAItD. . C2

ALEXANDER L. NOUi.U,

FANCY BREAD AifD BISCUIT*

BAKER, , , ¿..^

BRISBANE-STREET, IPSWICH.

GENERAL STORE,

NORTH BRISBANE.

- JOHN IC E L L Y

BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Hris

bano, and ilie neighbouihooil. that he haH openul in Business1 near the Catholic Ctmrcli, with a carefully ieteetwl Stock, comprising -

Prints, Calicoes, Long Cloths, Shirtings, 9-1.

and" 8-1 W'de, White and Regatta Shirts, Coburgs aTid Printed Di laines, Waved Pop- lins and Prints. Flannel, 'fable Linen, and Wax Cloth, Fiench Stays, Bonnets, Ribbons.* Floweia, and Cap Fronts, Gentlemen'.', and1

].adict>' Gloves, Gimps and Braid, Cnslimcnj Shawls, Paisley d'rtlo,Gala Plaid, Moleskin-» Fancy Cold,Tweeds, Cashmeres, Broad-cKith, Shepherds' Coals, Reeling Jackets, rich Checked and Satin Vests, Chilli ditto, Steel Rib Umbrellas, with a variety of other arteles, too numerous lo mention. Nortlr Brisbane, April 8, 1803.

IMPOUNDED:

rpifE following Cattle were impounded at JL IPSWfCIf, on the Tal of April, from Nor-

manby Plains.

I Red and While Working Bullock, Li a tided 57tt

neir rump, P oil* irlioulder

1 Red and W hite Working Bullock, Fy rump,.

Fy thigh, near bido Fy Ey

I White Bullock. LL 6 off shoulder I White Bull, WMoffnbi

I While Cow, like 8 near rump

1 Red and While Helier. M olf rump

I ditto - Cow, B thigh, WA ribs

I ditto ?uw,G\L rump, HFQN thigh'

off side

1 Strawberry Cow, JP off itimp, C 5 near rump,

H ribs

I Red and White Steer, TS off rump

I ditto Cow, }j\1 ribs, 8S near rump I ditto Steer, unbranded

If not released, will be sold, according (o the Impounding Act, on 24ili April.

OWEN CONNOR,

Ipswich, April 3rd, 1853. Poundkeeper.

THE following is a complete list of all SUB- SCRIPTIONS yet received towards the   ERECTION of a ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH at WARWICK. The amount, £108 2s. was col- lected bv the Rev. W. M'Ginty, of Ipswich, from 5th December, 1852. till 20th February, 1853:

Rev. W. M'Ginty..

£5 0

0

Magnus M'Leod.Esq , J P.

5 0

0

John Ciaminie, ESIJ.

2 0

0

Mr. Marcus Birk man

10 0

o

Mark "M'Carthy

5 0

0

Thomas M'Ei ôy

5 0

Cr

John Bowen

fl 0

01 Jeremiah Scanlan.

3 0

O'

Owen Lambert ..

2 IO

O'

Patrick Fleming

2 0

0

Godfrey Rourke

2 0

0

Robert Reilly

2 0

0

Mrs. D. Mehan ..

1 0

0

Mis. Walsh

1 0

0

Mr. Thomas R Boulton ..

1 0

0

Bartholomew Ross  

1 0

0

George Walker

1 0

0 William Brown

I 0

O'

Joseph Chapman

1 0

0

William Hughe»

1 0

o

Mr. Thomas Kellv.

I 0

0 mm Lllr tv mail *. . . .

V

Vo3tis Connolly

1 0

0

Thomas Ham

1 0

0

Maurice Donoughoo

1 0

0

John Fay .

1 0

a

Hngh Lyona

1 o

a

John Field.

1 0

0

Thomas Robinson

1 0

0k

Hugh O'Neil

1 0

if John Brown

1 0

0

Charles O'Brien ..

I 0

O'

* Jnmos Kelly

J *o

0

Brien Kennedy

- 1 0

o'

Fatrick Cosgrovo

1 0

0

rotor Murry

1 0

0

John Horrigan

1 0

0

Edward Kotehing .

1 0

a

William Smith ..

1 0

0

?Tosonh Hemmings .

1 0

0

Mr. Patrick Daly..

i o

0

Thonias Howard

1 0

<y

Patrick Walsh

1 0

0

Mathew BnVns

1 0

ii

Oharlos Hughos

1 0

0

Henry Kerby

r o'

<>

David Cunningham

l 0

0

William Davis ..

Ï 0

0

W. T. D.

1 0

O'

Charles Church

o r>

0

William Callaghan

0 IO'

ti

Jcuso Wright

0 10

cr

George J« keK

0 10

0

Charles^ Kelly

0 lo

John' Knson

0 10

o' William Bro« n .,

o to

0

Honry Laidley

0 10

(V

John Martin "

0 IO

0

Miohnol Kauo

0 10

0

Ed wanl Turner ..

o to

0

Charles Burko

0 10

0

Edward Brow1«

0 10

0

Thomas Kennedy

0 IO

0 John Brown

0 IO

0

William Ross

0 10

0

baines Wilson

0 lo

tt

Patrick Casey .. '

O' 10

0

Georgo Fletcher

o in

0

John Kinsella,

0 10

0

Thomas Grellis

o lo

0

Jeremiah Maher ..

O' 10

0

Alexander Pearson ' ..

Ó 10

0

Georgo Clarke .,

0 10

Ov

Mr. .fas M'AulifTe..

o io

0

William Silvey .,.

0 10

0

David Brown

0 10

0

Edttmnd Fogarty

- 0 10

0

Samuel Taylor

0 10

0. William Carter

0 10

0

Georgo Rowland

0 10

0" William Clunes

0 10

0

John Kane

0 10

0

John Thornton . ^ .,

0 10

0

Edward Perry

0 io

0

Mrs'. Meeltog

0 5

0

Mr. Wnifam'Adams

0 5

0

John Evans .. . ..

0 s

0

John Cox ,,'

0 5

0

, John Clements

0 5

0

John Williams

0 '5

0

Frances Kelly

O' 5

0

Georg'o Simmonds.

' O' 5

0

Benjamin Bed «rood. ' ..

" 0 5

0

Bobert Doyíe .. ' ' ..

O' 5

0

John Livingston!».'.

Thomas Warwiok.. '..

0 5

0 0 5

0 William Smith

0 5

0

Riohard O'Brien

o"\r>

0

John, Mahon

" 0-5

0

John Dwyer

0 5

0

J. M;Gregor

0 5

0

Dnníel Hodges

0 5

0

Miss Mary Fay ..

? 0 2

6

Mr. Louis Dotinotto

' 0 2

p

John Williams

0 2

0

Total

¿'108 2

0

Ipswich, 1st April, 1853.

N*f>

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