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Réduction in the Freight of Wool to Sydney SHIPPERS are*informed that the FREIGH¡T

of'WOOL by the Auntralunian Steam Nav - galion Coinpanv',H Steamers Boomerang and Shain rocl.1, is now'REDGjÇEU'to lôj. (Gfteon shillings) ya bale of'ordfpary^sizq/.aiKTaJso to notice that xo CUAROEV for Storage,1'Wharfage, Receiving, or ltelivefy, arc níáde on Gooda shipped by tho Com-

panys steamers.

, GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. South Brisbane, Oct. 8, 1855.

, AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY

yfl'« E w c jr.

rnHE undersigned having been np]iointed to tho J. AGENCY for the Company'H steamers at Brisbane, begs to inform shippers, and the public generally, that ho lins now assumed his duties, and purposes giving his undivided attention to

all matters in connection therewith.

GEO. D. WEBB, Agent. South Brisbane, October 2, 1855.

STEAM TO SYDNEY.

Alteration in Days of D6parture."W*GDNES

. DAY instead of THURSDAY.

f |1HE A. S. N. Co.'s Iron Steam

ship SSiamroek, T. ?PATERSON, commander, will be de- spatched as above, on > WEDNES- DAY, 31st inst.

Saloon.£8 5 Fore Cabin.. 3 5

Inclusive of Provisions- and Steward's Fee.

GEO. 1). WEBB,

Agent,

Shippers aro requested to observe that ibero aro no Charges for Wharfage, Storage, Receiving, or delivery, made by the Company on Goods ship- ped by their Steamers.

T

|11IE A. S. N. C* m pan y'a

steamers aw despatched, .from Sydney legularly as lol

'lows:

For MELBOURNE

Every Wednesday and Saturday, at

3 P.M.

For TWOFOLD BAY

Every alternate Saturday, at 3 P.M.

Fur NEWCASTLE, RAYMOND TERRACE, and MOR-

PETH

Every Evening? (Sundays excepted,) at IO

P.M.

' ' _ For CLARENCE TOWN -

Every Monday 13 vening?, at 10 P.M.

For MORETON BAY

Every tuesday, at 8 P.M.

For WIDE HAY

Every alternate 'I'ltlll'sday, at 8 P.M.

River steamers are employed bo tu eon llobson's ¡Bay and Molboiirne-Morpeth und the Rivers ."William and Paterson-and Brisbane and Ipswich, -for the conveyance of Passengers and Curgo to and from the Svdney steamers.

" JAMES PATERSON, Manager. A. S. $. Compnnj's Wharf,

OctlS, 1855.

ALECTO, FOR LONDON.

npHE nbovo ship is fast filling np X. and will sail on the 10th of No ji£' vcmber, to bo in time, for February sales. ( t .

For Freight or Piissag'o, apply to,

RUNDLE, DANGAU & RICHARDS,

OR

J. RICHARDSON & CO. Brisbane, Oct. 13, 1855.

TO BE BTFFLED]

SHIP GIG, twonty feet long, with a Jug sail, four ash oars, row locks, and every thing complete, clinker built and copper fastened, at the Victoria Hotel,on Nov. 7th, 30 member« at £1 per member.

rilHE proprietor of the COSMORAMA, Ipswioh, X begs to inform tho inhabitants of Brisbano that ho purposes exhibiting the celebrated Cos mnraina of tho fmt'Vdt ftttluatl'ial ßüjcM&ition etf ail IVafions, held in London, 1851, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,

and THURSDAY NEXT.

J&cünaSsfliuiB :- Adults, 2s, 6d., Children under 14'yenrs, Is. Gd.

'JTlHDiè :-From 12 till 4 r.M., and from C till

6 ?v eniug.

I

BRISBANK SCHOOL OF ARTS.

DEBATING CLASS.

Til HE subject to be discussed in the Hall of tlio JL above Institution, on THURSDAY EVEN- ING NEXT, the 1st November, will be "Whether is Uuiversal Suffi age, oraFranchise based upon a Property Qualification, more'conducive to good

Government "

To be opened in favour of Universal Suffi age. Members and their families are invited to

attend.

To corumenco at ¿-past 7 o'clock.

By Order ot the Committee of Management.

JOHN INNES,

October 20,1855. Secretary.

W. H. KNIPE,

S o u t la Brisbane,

ACCOUNTANT AND ARBITRATOR,

MEMORIALS, AGREEMENTS, &c, &a.

Drawn and Eiigrotised.

I. G. LEVY.

CHRONOMETER, WAvTOH, and CLOCK

¡WA 14 EU.

MISS JEFFRIES,

MILLINER AND DRESSMAKER,

QUEEN STREET,

OPPOSITE TOE COURT HOUSE.

A C A R-D.

LONDON TAVERN,

' IPSWICH,

1 ,»n; NEWTON, PROPRIETOR:'

I Jl..» UUtK- ' '» -li K V 1 H . I I

N.B.-Corni' Stabling, ? and ' Horses' carefully at-

tended to.

i TO BE SOLD, A BARGAIN.

A FIRST RATE TWO DAY CHRONOME-

TER, by Arnold & Son. Apply to

J I. G. LEVY.

Opposite the Cotot House._ ' -' '

WANTED,

rnWO SEAMEN for the Alecto, bound to Lon JL don. Apply to

RUNDLE, DANGAR, & RICHARDS.

WANTED,

QAAA to 3OOO BREEDING EWES, on iuUUU terms, fur a period of 2 or 3 years. Station is healthy, the sheep now on it aro sound and vveie never diseased, and about 50 miles fiom Brisbane. For pal UouUr» as to terms, apply to

HENRY BUCKLEY,

Oct. 24, 1855. North Brisbane.

' WANTED,

THREE or four good STONEMASONS. Ap-

ply to

MR. JOSEPH FLEMING,

Bremer Steaming Establishment,

near Tpswi eli

WANTED,

QHEARERS and SHEPHERDS tor Darling Ö Downs.

Application to bo made to the undersigned at

hisstoios, Di ay ton.

EDWARD LORD.

MONEY WANTED.

WANTED tho sura of ¿Ë400 upon mort-

gage of first rato security in Brisbune Apply to

DANIEL F. ROBERTS.

STRAW BONNET CLEANING.

A RESPECTABLE FEMALE will hoar of,

good opening in the above line, if willing to take the entile management, by applying to

Y. Z,

Post Office, Ipswich. ' ? ' < NOTICE. !

ALL CLAIMS againBt the undei signed on ac-

count of the lato firm of PITTS * LLOYD, or on account of Grantham, Tent Hill, or Meringandan Station, will be liquidated on nreseutaliou at 19, Yoik-street, Sydney.

1 C. W. PITTS

NOTICE.

MR. SYDNEY DOUGLAS

IS the duly authorised AGENT of the late Firm

of HENRY MAURICE & Co., to receive all Debts and settle all Accounts due by and to tho said Firm, Accounts are requested to be sent to Mr. Douglas without delay.

HENRY MAURICE. Witness-DANIEL F. ROBERTS.

NOTICE.

ALL persons intending to tako SHARES in

the moreton Bay Benefit Investment and Building So- ciety, now about to be established on similar principle* to the lato Society, are requested to meet at th» Exchange Rooms, at 7 o'clock this Evening, SATURDAY, Oot. 27.

Oct. 87, 1855.

NOTICE.

1*UIE undersigned having retired from business

. in Drayton, requests that all Accounts due to, or by bim, will be presented to Mr. WILLIAM HA>OCOCK, Stoiekeoper, Drajton, who is author-

ised to settle the same.

WILLIAM HORTON. Drayton. Oct. 22, 1855.

THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE

COMPANY.

Head Office of the Australasian Branch, Wyn-

yard Square, Sydney.

rpiIE undersigned continue to receive and tians J. mit to the Directoi s in Sydney, for approv al, firoposalB for File and Life Iusuianre, of which bl ms of application and all othor information may bo had at the office.

MEDICAL REFEREES

Kersoy Cannan, Esq., Brisbane. Henry Challinor, Esq., Ipswich.

Hugh Labatt, Esq, M.D., Warwick.

R. TOWNS & CO.,

South Brisbane, Oct 24, 1855. Agents.

THE undersigned aro prepared to receive and

store WOOL or other produce, for shipment to London, and to make advances on the tame, (at the current oxchango of the day), consigned to their friends, Mcssis. Robert Biooks & Co., St. Potei's Chambers, Coin Hill. '

R. TOWNS & CO. Towns's Wharf, South Brisbano,

October 24, 1855.

PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.

SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION, aparlmonj*

and situation unrivalled.

MRS. MURRAY'S,

Montpelier House, Kangaroo Point. BOAT BUILDING.

BENJ. & GEORGE BARNETT

BEC loave to inform the inhabitants of Bris-

bano, that they have commonced BOAT BUILDING, in all its branches, and trust, by using the best of materials and workmanship, to inorit a share of public patronage.

N.B. Every description of Boats built or re paiiedon îeasonoblo terms, nt their Shed, Kan- garoo Point.

STEAM PACKET HOTEL.

SOUTH BRISBANE.

MR. ,T. WILLIAMS

BEOS to inform the inhabitants of the northern

districts, that he Imp taken tho above men- tioned Hotel, from tho late occupant Mr. K. E. Dix, and trusts by attention to tho comforts of any gentlemen who may do him the honour of pattont7ing him, to merit a share of pubiio patronage. It will bo J. WV« study to combine the comforts of a privato family with those of nu hotol. The beBt ot Wines, &o ,"provided, as also, Luiiohes, on the ¡»hortest notice.

w

SALE BY AUCTION.

Household Furniture and Draught Mare.

T. DOWSE

ILL sell by Auction at his Booms,

on MONDAY NEXT, the 2iith inst.,

at IO o'clock,

Some vei y superior articles of new HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, co listing of-4-post Bedsteads, Children's Cots, very elegant Tables, Woshstands, Toilet Glass, Crockery, Sideboard Flower Ornaments, Argand Lamp, Pictures, and

other useful articles.

And at the same time,

a very useful Draught MARE, 7 years old, and

bound.

Teims at Sale.

To Shipmasters, Blacksmiths, and Others.

T. DOWSE

HAS now on view, for sale, at the Victoria

Wharf, the undei mentioned Articles saved from the Wreck of the Ship Aurora, viz. :

For«, Main, and Mizeu masts, each about 60 feet

long, and of the best Riga timber, the mizcn mast is suitable for the main mast of a schooner of 150 tons.

Fore, Main, and Mizen top-masts, with top-gal-

lant masts in one.

Lower topsail and top-gallant yards. Bowsprit, Jib, and Spanker Booms.

Several rough Riga Spars, suitable for small

vessels.

Two sound Wood Pumps, iron Clampt, and com-

plete with Boxes, iiieak, 4c.

Iron work complete of a Patent Windlass.

A Bower Anchor and Chain, new, suitable for a

ij vessel of 500 tons.

Stream Anchor and Chain, suitable for a schoon '! er's1 use. < . < \ ' ' '¡ ' . A" quantity of small Chain.

A Ship's Rudder, with Pintles and Braces com-

plete.

The whole of the Standing Rigging of the best

Eui ope rope, and neiuly new.

A quantity of Rope, half worn, useful for country

use, and for ratting.

A lot of sound Oak Water Casks, 180 gats. each. A new water-laid Hawser, 120 fathoms.

Deck deals, G x 3, ol various lengths, suitable for

building purposes.

Ship's Blocks, belaying Pins, Tar Brushes, Lad-

ders, Lanthorns, and other useful articles. The whole of whioh will bo sold at very rea- sonable prices.

SALE BY AUCTION.

landed Properties for Sale, within the reach

,of all.

' T. DOWSE

HAS received instructions to sell positively at

Auction, at Souter's Commercial Hotel, South Brisbane, on

MONDAY, tho 5th of November, 1855,

at 12 o'clock,

The Landed Properties underscribed, viz. :

A block of Land, containing I y admeasiuemeut

2 roods and 32 porches, (or nearly J of an -acre,) situate in South Brisbane, having spa- cious frontage to Stanley Quay, Stanley and Tribune-streets, tho whole enclosed by a sub- stantial pig-proof four-railed fence.

This block of land, fiom its admirable situation and locality, presonts innumerable advantages to the speculator, and from the large area compiised within the fence, affoids an opportunity seldom obtainable, of electing Bpncious premises, with ample room for out-ofhees.

ALSO,

Eleven Allotments of Land in the Easton» Su-

burbs of South Brisbane, beautifully situated, convenient to an atundunt supply of fresh water; full particulars of tthien will appear in the next Courier. In the mean tinto the Auctioneer would i espectfully di aw the at- tention of inonied men and the industrious classes to this rare opportunity to possess a freehold upon easy terms.

And which terms will be made known at Sale.

SALE BY AUCTIOxV.

MR. BULGIN

HAS reeeited insti notions to sell on TUES-

DAY, the 30th of October next, mi allot- ment of LAND, situate on the New Farm Road, near Mr. London's Hotel, Fortitude Valley, to- gether with a Slab Cottage standing on same, hating* weather-hornded front, and verandah, at piesent bunging in 7s. per week, the pio peity of Thomas Raisin.

The title U good, and the deeds aro in the hands ot D. F. Roberts, Esq.

TERMS

25 per cent., Cash ;

Residue, Bill at 3 months.

At 12 o'clock, at tho Auction Rooms

Queen-street.

Entire Horse Glancer.

THOMAS ALFORD

HAS received instructions to sell by Public

Auction, at his Repository, Queen-sticot, On TUESDAY, 30th Ootobei, at li A.M.

The Entire Horse dancer, by the import- ed horse Briton, bred by the late Colin Camp- bell, Esq.

Glnncer is an iron gi ay, of great power and symmetry, eight years old, sound, a sure foal getter, and thorough stanch in diaught, is only disposed of on account of its owner disposing of

the whole of his stud.

TERMS AT SALE.

PONY.

THOMAS ALFORD

HAS rcceited instructions from the Executor

of tho Will of the late Mr. George Hall, to sell by public auction, at his Repository.

On TUESDAY, the 30th inst,

at 11 A.M.

Mr. HALL'S well knowu iron grey PONY, with Bridle, Saddle, Whip, &c, in one lot. The pony is extremely quiet, and well adapted either

for a child or invalid.

Terms-Cash.

" HORSES.

THOMAS ALFORD

WILL sell by Public Auction, at his Reposi-

tory, Queen-street, North Brisbane, ou

TUESDAY, the 30th October,

at 11 A.M.,

after the talc of the entire horse Glnncer,

A number of useful HORSES, consisting of Hoavy Draught and Saddle Horses, Mares, Colts,

and Fil lid.

The Mares, «bout twontt bend, have been se-

lected with great care, for tlio purpose of breeding heavy stock, and can be strongly recommended ; and the young stock ara by the entire horse

Glancer.

TERMS AT SALB.

TO DAIRYMEN AND OTHERS.

THOMAS ALFORD

WILL soil by public Auotion, on TUESDAY,

30th October, after the Salo of Horses,

IO MILKING COWS with CALVES. The

above wero bred at the German Station, and nre accustomed to be milked every morning at

Brisbane.

Terms-Cash.

H

HORSES.

THOMAS ALFORD

AS received instructions from F. R. Chester

Master, Esq., to sell by Public Auotion, at his Repository, on i

SATURDAY, the 3rd November, 1855,

. at noon,

40 Head of Horses, from the well known Man- gain, Stud.

Most of the above Horses are broken in to Saddle mid Harness, and will bo warranted ner fsctly quiet, are in good condition, and will be «old without íesorve for

CASH,

/ HORSES.

THOMAS ALFORD .

HAS rccelvé-T instructions fiom Arthur M'Ar

1 thur, Esq( J to sell by Public Auction, at his Repository, Queen-street, on

bATURDAY, t1io,2'4th 'November,

' atTl'A.M.

A number of first-rate Saddle and Harness Horses ;i amongst which wilL be fouud the under- mentioned well known Horses

Brown Stout...... 3 yrs. old..Saddle & Harness Fencer.^47 « >(*,, « Apprentice.'.'...V.3 " ".?{.. " Romeo.5 " '"/, ,\ "

Argyle.3 " ,/'\. " " l

Terry.3 " " .. " * " '"

Tanner.6 " ' " .. " heavy cart.' " Volunteer.'.3 « «"'..'" saddle ''

The Auctioneer begs to «all particular atten- tion to this sale of first class Horses, as they are all well bred, young, well broken, in exceRent con- dition, and fit for any journey. ' , ','

The above named Horses can bo seen 'at the Repository for one'week prior to sale.

TBRMS AT SALE. ,

^ ,. £5 REWARD" /^77

STOLEN or strayed from Hill End, South Bris-

bane, on Thin»dav night, the 11th inst., a bay, M ARE and HORSE, of the following de- scription :-' ' \ \. " ! '

Bay'Mare, black points, 15 hands high, seven

years old, known by the name of Madam. Pur- chased byfthe undersigned from Mr. Wilkie, and bred byjMr. Colin Peacock, Ipsw ich ; branded

indistinctl v CP shoulder.

Bay Horse, black points^ 15J hands high, seven

years old, known by the name of Ranger ; pur 1 chased by the undersigned fi om John Cavanagh,

of the Logan, bunded

.. t , , 1 pp ou* 8nou^er>

i -j

1 - _ near shoulder

1

The abovo horses aro in lirst-rate condition, aro a good match, and have been workod together for the last three months ; have been seen twice within three miles of Wongaroo since lost. Any perron delivo'hig the said Horses at Hill End,

shall íeceivel ie above reward.

THOMAS ALFORD. Hill End, Oct. l8 1855.

£5 REWARD.

LOST, a grey HORSE, brand (a little blotohed)

Q-D mane dark, tail dark and short, used to run on Mr. Whitting's Station, Pilton, Darling Downs. The above reward, if stolen, on convic- tion of the thief ; £2 reward, if slrayed, on de- livery to Mr. S. Perkins, Drayton Swamp, or to

II. E. CLINTON.

Little Liverpool £50 REWARD.

LOST from the Messrs. Lawkss' station, on the

Bm nett, a roan coloured HORSE, hat vary short tail, star on forehead, one or more hind feet white, and is branded on the off shoulder FF.

The said horso is very well known in this district' as one having belonged to Mr. R. 0. Farquharson, and th« abovo reward will be given to any one who will lead to the recovery of the horso, and conviction of tho person who may have stoltn

him.

WM. HENRY WALSH. Degilbo, Oct. 12, 1855.

£2 REWARD.

STRAYED from North Brisbane, a chestnut

HORSE, branded 0 on near, shoulder, long thick tail, and long neck.

.Any person finding tho above, and delivering him to Rev. W. J. K. Piddington, Brisbane ; Mr Zillman, Gorman Station ; or Mr. 'I hos. Roper Moggil, will receive the above Reward.

Brisbane, 26th Oct., 185Ö

_/ ?

FOUND,

A BANK NOTE. The owner*; can have it on

paying expenses, by applying to E. Lrxs, George-street, near tho Courier Office.

IPSWICH ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

ME REV. W. M'GINTY     MOST thankfully acknowledges to to have re-

ceived since 19th of last August, the fol- lowing subscriptions, (all paid), towards the erec- tion of the Ipswich Roman Catholic Church :-

£ s. £ s., Mr. C. Gorry .. 20 0 Mr. J. Mooney ..2 0 - P. O'sullivan 20 0 - T. Ryan... 2 0 - John Sullivan 20 0 - W. tintes. .. 2 0 - D. M'Grath .20 0 - M. Dullard.. 2 0

- G. Thom .. 10 IO - D. Hurly .. 2 ^'0 - S. Melian ..10 10 - T. Moroney.. 2 0 - II. Maxwell. IO 0 - C.M'Cormick 2 0 - C. Watkins.. 10 0 -P.Kelly... 2 0 - John Hanran 10 0 - E. Mooro ..2 0 - J. A.M'Keon 10 0 -r T. Smith ..2 0 - Michael Ford 10 0 -J. Daly.... 1 1 - M. Connor. .10 0 - John Gordon 1 1 - Dan. Lynch. 7 0 M T. Ensor. ..11 - J. M'Donald. 5 5 iss Pago .... 1 0 - J. Brewster, Mrs. Thompson. 1 0

J.P. 5 0 - M'Loan .... ) 0 - T. Boyland. .5 0 - M. Gill.... 1 0 - C. Wheeler.. 5 0 -!. O'Donnell.. 1 0 - DavidMehan 5 0 -Slack....''.. 1 0

- P. G. Copely 5 0 -*-' Rylo. 1 O' - M.O'Brien.. 5 0 -'Canner_ 1 0 Mrs. O'Brien .. 5 0 - Jones. 1 0 - Balsillio .. 5 0 - 'Huot. 1 0 - Vowels .... 5 0 -Sheehan.... 1 0 Mr. J. P. Nahar. 5 0 - Carrick .... 1 0 - W.Thompson 5 0 -Clark. 1 0 - W. Foster ..50 - Larkin .... 1 0 - James Piior. 5 0 Miss C. Larkin . 1 0 - G.O'Rourke. 5 0 - M. Pindor., 1 0 Miss O'Rourke .. 6 0 -A. Pindora. 1 0 Mr. E. Quinn. . 5 01 - E. Burns ... 1 0 - Peter Dwyer. 5 0 ' - M. Burns ..lo - JM'Dermott 5 0 - O.Loughman 1 0 - T. Stanley ..50- M.Loughman 1 0

- M. Collins .. 5 0 - M. A. Pren

- Daniel Alone ^5 0 dergast ... 1 0 - John Brown .50 - J Cronin. ..lo - Owen Connor 5 0 < - B. Bennet.. 1 0 - J. Guilfoyle. 5 0 - E. Mulroy .., ] 0 - Peter Connel 5 0 - ,E. Fitzgerald 1 0 - Jas. Kelly.. 5 0 -, C.Barry... 1 0 - John Dwyer. 5 0 -r E. Million .. 1 0 - A. M'Grory. 5 0 - A. Burko... 1 0 - T. Elliott .. 5 0 - A. Coffey ..lo - JMalony,son. 5 0 -- S M'Guiro . 1 0 - JMnlony.jun. 5 0 Mr. J. Murphy . 1 0 - John Hogan» .5 O'- D. Collins.. 1 - 0 - Thos. Lotfy . 5 0 -M.Gill.... i 0 - MFitzpatriok 5 0 - R. Watkins.. 1 0 - P. M'Grath. 5 0 - M.Lawlow... 1 0 - C. M'Hardy. 5 0 - E. Lawlor.. 1 0 - John Dwyer. 5 0 - J.Portly ... 1 0 - John Smith. 5 '0 - P. Hourigan 1 0 - n. Jtf'Govein 5 0 - M.Callaghan 1 0 -, M.Maeanalan 5 0 - P. Cannon ..lo - K. Walsh .. 5 0 - J. Cummins. 1 0 - PatrickRyon 5 0 - Pore Louis.. 1 0 - E. Eggleston 3 0 - P. Monoghan 1 0 - James Kane. 3 0 - M. Ryan ... 1 0 - Ed. Bergin.. 3 0 '- J. T'orney.. '1 0 - Jno, Madden 3 O' - J. M'Namara 1 0 - Dan. Mahony 3 0 - P. Kehoo .. 1 0 - John Hacket 3 p ~ R. Bclleirs.. 1, 0 - R. Brndberry 3 o'- A. Rogan ..10 - J. Konnelly. 3 0 -J. Lynagh.. 1 0 - H.Newton,. 2 2 -T. Ryan..., 1 0 - C. Smith .. 2 2 - P. Ready ..10 Mrs. Real. 2 0 - ,P. Byrne., 1 0 - D. Mehan... 2 0 -John Bigot . 1 0 MissC.Hennossy 2 0 - R. Hamel.. 1 0 Mr.WFKenncdy 2 0, - John Donog. 1 0 - J. Halloran . 2 0 - B. M'Enry.. 1 0 - PP Anderson 2 0 -P. Flynn... 1 0 - G. Crosland. 2 0 - James Dunn. 1 0 - JCummerfood 2 0- William Bell 1 0 - W. Coleman. 2 0-0. Ravnolds. 1 0 - T. Smith... 2 0 - J. Walsh ..10 - P. Fitzsim- , 1- P. M'Guho . 1 0

mons. 2 0 - J. J. Maxwell 1 0

- M. Conway.. 2 ,0 J. M'Nish, Esq,

- M. M'Kenna 2 O M.D. 1 0 - D. Connolly, a 0 Rev. W.M'Ginty 20 0

Total. £548 12 0

Collected fi om 1 at January to 10 th

August, of the current year .. 13118 7 Total in hands on 81st December,

1835. 630 3 8* Total paid to this dato .£1310 14 3i

Ipswich 2211(1 Oct. 1855,

FARMS TO LET.

TO let for one or more years, on moderato terms,

two FARMS of 38 acre3 each, near North Brisbane, fenced., About l8 acres of tho trees

are out down. Apply to

THEODORE FRANZ,

Gorman Station.

TO LET,

THAT newly erected STORE, with one apart-

ment behind, adjoining the Çommeicial

Hotel, South Brisbane.

For particulars, apply to ,

1 , MRS. JAMES REID,

i , South Biisbuno.

TO BE SOLD OR LET,

IT1HE STORES in Queen-street, North Brisbane, X now occupied by Henry Mauiice & Co.

Apply to '

1 Mr. S. DOUGLAS.

On the premises.

OFFICES TO LET.

TIT IIB upper pait of those centrally situated JL premises occupied by

HENRY HOCKINGS,

Bell-street, Ipswich.

TO BE LET.

110 be Let, the COTTAGE in William-street,

North Bl isbane, lately in the occupation of F. E. Roberts, Esq., possessing all the necessary conveniences for a respeotnble Family, with an excellent Tank, well supplied with the purest Water. Immediate possession can bo had. Apply lo

M. O'NEILL, ,

on tiie premises,

A . near the Stores of Messrs. J. & G. Hairis.

.> i ? .' BUILDING LOTS

1710R SALE at 'the One-Mile Swamp, on the!

J toad to Kangaroo Point. Apply to

? i WILLIAM KENT,

South Brisbane

COTTAGE FOR SALE.

A SMALL COTTAGE in West-stroet, Ips-

wich. Apply to

' WALTER GRAY & CO. Ipswich, Oct. 6,1855.

. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.

NOTICE

IS hereby given that the"following GOODS will

be sold to defray expenses, if not claimed within a fortnight from this dt»te.

3 cases Gin "J

2 do Brandy J- Branded WJ 1 do Sundries. J

W. GRAY & CO Ipswich, October. 2 1855

FOR SALE,

ONE FINE POWERFUL li ARMO

MTCFJSff, 12 stops, in Oaken case; adapted for Public Worship; this instrument is lemnrk able for its richness and fullness of tone ; it is perfectly in tune.

' ' ALSO,

One GRAND PIANO-FORTE, by Alexander Paris, Cottage pattern, very elegant, and new.

WALTER GRAY & CO. Ipswich, Oct. 9, 1855.

FOR SALE.

One Hundred and Forty-four Acres of

&AWJ& OJV TIJTJE JBSMEJPMJEM, adjoining the oxtensive and valuable property of

JOSEPH FLEMING, ESQ.

ITIO Parties on the look-on t for an eligible spot

. to foi m a homestead for themselves, the above offers the advantages of easy communica- tion with Ipswich or Brisbane by moans of the river steamers passing daily ; a beautiful site for a residence commanding a fair prospect of two reaches of tho river, to whioh there is an Exten- sive Frontage, and on the foreground a plentiful supply of water, and very fine non kirk tim Ger, suthcient in quantity and quality for uil improve- ments ; whilst from coal buing visible in the bed of a cicek on the adjoining allotmont, there is evory probability of it existing on this.

TEEMS LIBERAL.

Also, Six half-acie ALLOTMENTS, adjoining

the rapidly improving piopertics of Mows. WALSU, G'RAIES, and RANKIM, on tho Lime- stone Hill. Apply to

W. GRAY & CO. Ipswich, Oct. 2,1855.

. SHEEP FOR SALE.

FOR SALE: -

1700 Fat Wethers, 4 and 5 years old 1200 2 year old Maiden Ewês

1200 Ewos of age% with Lambs '

To he sold in one or more lots, and delivery to be

made to suit the pui chasers. Apply to

WALTER GRAY & CO.

CATTLE FOR SALE.

THOR SALE, 250head of FAT CATTIiE,

to ho delivered at Ipswich or Biisbane, to

to

TER GRAY 8s CO.

suit the purchaseis. Apply to

WALTE

Ipswich, Oct. 5, 1855.

0

CATTLE FOR SALE.

NE thousand bend, (a mixed herd), of

CATTIiE. now on the Darling Downs. Prico and terms liberal. Apply to

WALTER GRAY & CO. Ipswich, October 3, 1855.

BULLOCK TEAM.

FOR sale, TEAM of TEN BULLOCKS, with

DRAY and TACKLE. Apply to

WALTER GRAY & CO.

NECESSARY REMOVAL.

' And whoa Hainan saw that Morilccni bowed not, no

did li lui revi-ronce, then was Hiiimui full of wrath.'

GEORGE ADKIN,

[BOOT AND SHOE STORE,

QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE,

BEING under the ban of an ejectment from

his present premises on Monday, October 29th, will remove his EXTENSIVE STOCK to that shop opposite Mr. Robertson's Store.

G. A. begs respectfully to thank the inhabitants of Brisbane and its vicinity for their suppoit since ho commenced business, and trusts that hi» straightforward conduct on all occasions, hil desire to render honour to whom honour is due, and his anxietr to meet the wishes of his custom- ers, will continue to ensure for him a continu- ance of their support.

Brisbane Oct. 27, 1855.

A'

ON SALE

T the Stores of the undersigned:

Hyson Skin and Cogou Teas >

Coffee ' Crystalised, Company's No. 1 pieces, and Pam

panga Sugars

Arrowroot, Pearl Barley, Sago, and Blue < Blacking, Sperm and Tallow Candles

Diied Apples, Almonds, Currants, and Raisins Jams, Marmalade, Mustard, Pepper

Ginger, Nutmegs, Cloies, Curry Powder Mixed Spices, Pickles, Salad Oil 801190', and Bottled Fruits

Fine Dairy and Basket Salt Soap, Starch

Split Peas, Oatmeal, and Patna Rice Henings-Whi-e and Red

Haddocks

Fresh and Pickled Salmon * ..

Fresh Lobsters, in tins "'^' '' " Sardines - ? > ¡ ' nu . '

Biscuits , ! 1 , 1 "-i y 'li J0? Butter nnd|best English Cheese ¿,> ,A \,\u ! 3' -.., *' ' ALSO,, ('.Mifl-'in ^

A few of Mortimer's Patent Morticing; Mifcliines. Bar nnd'Tier'Iron ' '? * '» ' W hTjv,o<¡ t.h 3, 2i, and 2 inch Shingle, Flooring.fantLPaliitg' , 1 Nails < ,, . . ,.¡'I >>,\i . "''/ With a great many things, too mimerons for ad-

vertisement. . -'. ' 1

The subsciiber bogs to inform his customers that he still continues making BULLOCK and HORSE DRAYS, and all other kinds of Farm Implements at reduced prices.

Country ordeis strictly attended to

ALEX. M'INTYRE,

South Brisbane.

F

OR SALE AT OUR STORES:

Provisions Dundee Goods Groceries Coir Rone

Tobacco Woollasliing Paints and Oils Spun Yam

Spirits Boots and Shoes Wines Gig Harness Ale and Porter Saddlery

Earthenwaro ? Paris Hats Glaswnro Paper^

Galvanised lion Stationery Baltic Timber Drapery

Plastor of Paris Haberdashery Snrgioul Instruments ^ Slops Shirtings Silks

Muslins, Ac. B.iregcp, Ac

GILCHRIST, WATT, & CO Sydney, Oct. IG, 1855.

FOR SALE AT BULIMBA,

1T1RESH OATEN and LUCERNE HAY.

; Apply to

r 'A. J. HOCKINGS. Produce and Provision Stores,

Quoen-strcot.

A:

HAY, CORN, POTATOES, &c.

LL the Fruits, and Vegetables, in scasou,

and Farm Produco always on hand. ?

A. J. HOCKINGS,

Produco Storei,

Quoen-streot, Brisbane

LAND.

THE undorsigned having opened an office in

Brisbane, is prepired to uudortake the Survey or Subdivision of Land in town orcountry.

Parties desirous of furnishiug themselves with proper descriptions of their land, in order to pro- cure conveyances, nr» invited to apply to the un- dersigned. 1 ,1 1

Plans, &o, of every description executed with .neatness and despatch.

Charges Moderate.

G. L. PRATTES, Surveyor.

Office, opposite the Union Bank.

LAND.

ALL business relative to the measurement of

LAN D is condtioted at the office of the midei signed.

Lands of absentee proprietors managed on equit-

able terms.

1 Title deeds procured from tho Crown, and cor-

respondence conducted with all thé Publio Depart-

ments.

JAMES WARNER,

Surveyor and Land Agonf, ßS* Omeo opposito the Free Press Oflico

FOR SALE OR TO LET.

A PADDOCK of 90 Acres, in the Parish of

Yerongpilly, about eight miles from town, fonced in with a substantial three-rail Fence, woll watered and adapted tor n Dairy Farm.

JAMES WARNER,

Land Oflico, Brisbnno.

BRISBANE.

THE undersigned hating compiled a NEW

MAP of the Town of Brisbane, with a view toits publication, will insert upon it any build- ings, upon being furniihod by tho proprietors with a plas or statement «f their dimension«, the allotment and section in which they aro situated, and of what materials they aro composed

Subscriptions are solicited, and when they amount to sufficient lu justify the piocecding, a Map trill he engraved in London, and a copy handed to each subscriber on its arriial here.

JAMES WARNER,

Blisbane,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ' ' .' BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE.'

11 HE undersigned, in returning his most sinceie thanks to the inhabitants 'of Btis

bane and sunounding districts, tor the liberal pntion.igo bestowed upon hire dming, the last te» yeai'4, wpnld beg to inform them th.it he is now in a position to tiausact ».iles on .

MORE LIBERAL TERMS

thin he has hitheito been enabled to do, and trusts by strict attention to quality, and-care in fulfilling anv orders euti usted to him, still to ment a continuance of their p.itionagc and suppoit.

The folio«ing GOODS always on hind

Gent's French Light Wellington Boots

" Do Stout do Boots , ,

" French Short Wellington do ,,

.<, ,' . " Prince Geoige do do ¡ ' , ¡

' ' ' " Patent'Riding do ' , .' \ '" '' ' » Wellington do

,, ' 'v " Cloth do

' ' ' '" Patent Calfskin Elastic Fronted Shoes

French do do do, . do.

(-'

, ' ,' 'Ladies' Cashmeie Elastic Boots ' . ' ¡

. , ", " , Do Black Sole do , . ," ' . ! ", , (i iM' * t '" , Patent Cnlfskin Shoes ,v ' ,' """

, . \ "" Patent Sealskin Bluck Sole do , ' ,, \ -> ,

i -, '-, " »lasting do .,/',. ,' , r. t f , ' \ " ,Do,Chanald do j ',,.,> » " . ', , i , w , ,,,, " Patent Double Sole do , *(( , , '

", r . . ., " Cloth do do Boots , , , , ,

Í ' r, '/ Cloth Full Golashed do ' > ",, ?

j. ' ,' ' Children's Boots and Shoes, in endless vin iety. , j

. .._ Has always on hand- i , , *,.! ', , , , ' t»0le Leather 1 HI li , . ^'P 1

1 , Colonial, Calfskin

French Patent Calfskin , < *> Fi cncli Fronts i

I , Do Grafts " ? ,

Colonial Enamelled Kangaroo Skin

Do Basil , . . English White Basil

. - , Do Red Roan .,,..*

-i i Do Giepn do . - «

iHas always on hand all sorts ot GRINDERY, and Men's Stout Blutcher Boots '

T. G. would beg to inform tho settlers of the district that he can Hupily them with bis own make of Kip Boots, wari an ted good, at his establishment.

THOMAS GRAY,

Goorgc-stieot, North Br ban a

SALE BY AUCTION.

Fililí AY, JVoVcaBiber, fiS,

20,000 HEAD OF CATTLE.

First-class Cattlo Pioperties, situate in

THE GWYDIR AN» WIDE BAY DISTRICTS.

liOt 1. MORONGO.

TAR RABA, ' RAYLtEGH,

, TALLARANGA, and

.WINTON RUNS, ,

situate on the Rivera Macintym and Weir, to- gether with about 10,000 HEAD OF CATTLE.

' WIDGEIS WIDGEE,

BASON OF WIDGEE WIDGEE, ' ; \ BALD HILLS, , v

GLASTONBURY, W0ONGAH,

RESERVE, and BROOYAR,

jitualé in the Disti ict of Wide Bay, with about

10,000 HEAD OF CATTLE, and

300 HORSES.

TERMS :

10 per cent, cash on the full of the hammer i l->

per cent, by approved endorsed Bill at l> mouths from day of sale, with Bank interest added. Balance by approved endorsed Bills 1, 2, and 3 years fiom day of suhy with inteiest added equal to cash. Bills to,be seemed on the pio

perty.

*»* " 2/r per cent, discount allowed on Bills for cash, over the 25 per centopayment. ? i

- v'1' ?*'MOKFSVCÍ& 4<

a AVE been iristriicted'to sell by public auction,

at tho Rooms, Pitt-stieet, Svdney, r "

"* "at U'"o'clock,"1"

On FRIDAY, lÓth'November, ** The following

FIRST-CLASS PASTORAL PROPERTIES.

lot 1.

BORONGO, TARRABA, RAYLIKGH, PAL

LARANGA, and WINTON Runs, situate in the Gwydir District, on the Rivers MACIN-

TYRE and WEIR.

These valublo tattoning stations, winch are con- tiguous to the well-known CALLANDOON RUNS, wee foi molly held in fne distinct i uns, mil being adjoining ono another, they foi ni one very splendid cattle pioperty, with about

70 MILES RIVER FRONTAGE

to the Macintryre and Weir, besides w hich they are intersected by tho Tarpaulin, Callandoon, Bubaranna, Yarrawannn and Boomi CieeU, which run paiallel with the Rivers, thus affording an abundant supply of water for the steck on all pints of the runs, which embrace un area o

ibout ,

350 SQUARE MILES. The IMPROVEMENTS comprise

The Superintendent's House Kitchen and Men's Huts

A very largo and substantial Stock Yard A Hofae Yaid, and a Killing Yard Albo, on other parts of the i un are

> Two other Yards, one of which is newly ereoted, and fitted with gates

A newly built Cottnge, shingled, and

A men's Hut and Paddock

.«. The Yards and Huts aro so placed as to afford every facility for the proper working of the establishment, and no additional e\penfes are at all likely for years to come.

With theso runs will bo sold about

10,000 Head of CATTIE, more or less;

a well-bred mi<ccd herd. Ono fact connected « ¡th

these cattle is particularly worthy of attention. Ono thousand steers having been put upon these

runs from other herds in 1853.

The" proportion of 3 to 4 year old Bullocks

is therefoio very much greater than is usual in

nihcd herds, _ (

,tá3r This truly magnificentpiopcity is situated 'in^tlie, MYALL and SALTBUSH Country of tho jtjy-ydir DKtrict^ tIt is seldom lifted with lrost, aiiA'frpm ^¿'commencement of winter1 till the j^tuijiijo'f^stinimcr usually abounds ' " '

UwiTII .TJIE MpSr FATTENING HERBS,

'thus securing t'o the proprietor the very great ad-

vantage of being able to send the principle pai t , of tho fat stock to the ,

SYDNEY MARKET DURINo THE WINTER r

MONTHS. ' The large and numerous plains so peculiar to ' the Macintyre country abound on these runs, well ' interspersed with bot forests, belts of myall, and ' other timber which alford the shelter necessary to ' the fattening of stock in all seasons. By piopur

management, at least 2000 FAT CATTLE , MAY BE TAKEN ANNUALLY fiom the-e runs, and the purchaser might begin toiomovo

fat stock at once. * ¡

lot 2. "

WIDGEE WIDGEE, B4S0N OF .WIDGEF,

WIDGEE, BALD HILLS, GLASTONBURY,

WCONGAH, RESERVE, and BROOYAU ' runs, situate in the district of Wide Bay, und

within about

50 MILES OF THE SHIPPING PORT

of Wide Buy at which place tho stock of the I

district is conveited into tallow.

Tho GRAZING CAPABILITIES aio fat in

excess of the stock now on the runs. I

These splendid stations adjoin each other, the \ first four boing divided fiom tho latter thiou by j

natural boundaries and fencing which lcndei them two distinct cattlo pioporties, mid enable ibu

proprietor to uso i THE FORMER AS BREEDING STATIONS i and at the samo time make the '

LATTER AVAILABLE FOR HEIFER AND .'

FATTENING STATIONS.

They have a frontage to the River Mary, and ,

aro also intersected by the Widgee Widgee, Oakey, , Little, Glastonbury, Woongah, and Wida B iy Cieeks, mostly i tinning streams, and which atloi.l throughout the runs

AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF WATER IV '

ALL SEASONS. i

They consist of fine open undulating countiy ¡ I the ridges low and inteisperscd with numerous

flats, and remarkably thickly grassed. '

THE REGULAR TROPICAL SUMMER

RAINS,

(which have novor boen known to fail during I he

nevon years tho present proprietor has held them | runs,) keep up a *(

CONSTANT SUPPLY' OF 'THE RICHEST

< "., "U I J-'EED

in all seasons, so that the'purchaser mrty dépend *> upon a ? . '

CERTAIN ANNUAL RETURN OF FAT ,

> > STOCK.

Tho Head station is in tho centro of tho whulo, ( -and about H mile from the funco and bounduiy ? whioh divide tho breeding and fattening runs

THE IMPROVEMENTS upon the runs conipi Le. '

ON TUR HEAD STATION-, , r

The Superintendent's house, flowed mid (

shingled

also A kitchen and s'ore 11 Guidon «tockod with liuit trees ''' Three men's huts \

A newly fenced horso paddock ,' Largo stock-yard, fitted willi galen, ami ¡

about

3 miles of fencing. I

ON TIIR FATTHNI»« STATIONS. ' A hording paddock und small yan) A well built shingled house.

ON TUB 11KIH:R STATION

A herding paddock and Stockman's lint. .

With the«o Wide Bay Runs will bo sold the 1? following stock. I

CATTLE 10,000 Head, more or less

"«. These Cattle consist of the usual pot pol- don of a nmed hcnid as reg lids both nyes «ititi sexes. They uro well bicd, cine having been taken lo introdi.ee liesh bulls into the herd pel i odicnlly, and as a piout of their docility, it may

be mentioned that they can nein 1> nil * ' 'i

BE MUSTERED IN A ' COUPLE OK 'iii1 DAYS. .]}'

During tho ensuing summer and nulmmi the purchaser may snfch cnlcuhtto upon

l.ßuo HEAD OF FAT b"lOCR.

HOUSES

300 HEAD, MOKE Hi LESS.

A veiy choice stud, the young and a"1"i'"í!í stock got by Dover, Calais, St John, und Villicm,

mid «lentcine and attention 1'uve bcon pi.d lui the herJ both in tho hv*dii>£ wd tu. mu'«.

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