rPHK steamer BREADAL
1 BANU. Laving the ne- cessary repairs completed, will _ resume her tiips to and fiom Ipswich, on TUESDAY NEXT, leaving M'Cabe's
Wharf at IO a.m.
497 B. TOWNS * CO.
WANTED, a COOK. Apply to Mrs. COLEY,
June 10, 1858. _ 481
WANTED bv a vonna Woman, a situation as
HOUSE or PARLOR MAID. No objec- tion to go with a family to Sydney. Apply at the
WANTED, a steady Woman as HOUSEMAID
and LAUNDRESS. References required. Apply to
, MRS. W.B. O'CONNELL.
Eagle-street 'or New Farm. June 4, 1858. ' 469
WANTED, a' pair of PINK HEADED
PIGEONS or DOVES, for which a liberal piice will be given. Address X.Y., Courier Office. 483
TTTANTICD, 6,000 SHEEP, 2, 4, and 6 teeth V» delivered at Myall Creek. Terms, Cash on delivery. Apply to Messrs. J. RICHARDSON & Co., North Brisbane, stating all particulars, time of delivery, Ac, Ac.
TITANTED, GOOD STORE BULLOCKS.!
TI Apply to
MORT A CO.,
448 Pitt-street, Sydney
WANTED, bv a young person a situation as
SHEEP* OVERSEER; good references given from last employer. Addiess, A.L., Courier Office. * 17a
BOARD AND RESIDENCE WANTED bv
a gentleman for a few weeks. Fortitude Valley, or Kangaroo Point preferred. State terms and addiess to W. H. F., Courier office.
In the Supreme Court at Moreton
TAKE NOTICE, that plans of distribution in
the undermontioned Estates now lie in the offico of the Chief Commiisioner of Insolvent Es- tate«, Supicmo Court House, Brisbane, for the in- spection of Creditors ; and any Creditor or other person interested therein, objecting to the confir- mation thereof, roiht lodge a caieat in the office of the sa'd Chief Commissioner, stating the grounds of such their objections, on or before S\TURDAY, the 2Cth day of June, instant, olbcrwiso the said plans of distribution will, on TUESDAY, the 29th day of June, be confirmed.
Insolvent Estate of Henry Newton, a dividend
of one shilling and fompence (Is. 4d.) in the pound.
Insohent Estate of Henry Montagu« Cockburn,
a dividend of two shillings and sixpence (2s. Gd.) in tho pound, exclusive of préfèrent
Insolvent Estate of William Watson, a dividend
of (4s. ed.) four shillings and sixpence in the pound.
Dated at Brisbane, this 11th dav of June, 1858.
BARNEH, LEICESTERSHIRE. - THOMAS
GILBERT write again. Son William, Post Office, Saradah, Victoria. 494
THE undersigned having purchased from the
Trustees tbe ASSETS of the late firm of
HEUSSLER, HARVEY A Co., requests that all OUTSTANDING DEBTS be forthwith settled, otherwise they will bo placed in the hands of a
497 ARTHUR HARVEY.
Working Bullocks. _
TEAM FOR SALE by
496 R. ORIBB A CO
pi RACKED CORN, Hay, Bran, Corn, Pollard,
A. J. HOCKINGS,
Opposite the Court House.
NGLISH BACON by the side, very reason-
A. J. HOCKINGS,
j¡* Opposite the Court House.
Tea, Sugar, Flour, &c.
CONGOU and HYSON TEAS, in quarter,
half, and whole ohests
Crystal, Bright Mauritius, Pampanga Sugar, small
Extra fine Launceston and Chili Flour, hy bag or
ton, at a small advanco on S ul ti ey" rates.
A. J. HOCKINGS,
Orange Trees, &c.
A J. HOCKINGS is piepared io supply nil
. the Fruit Trees in cultivation ; and seven- teen choice sorts of Grape Vine ; at moderate prices.
Intending pnrchascrs aie respectful], requested to send Jtheir orders in immediately. J
A. J HOCKINGS, Rosaville, South Brisbane ¡
Ana opposite the Court Houso.
VERY superior WORKING BULLOCKS can
bo had either in complete tennis or pair». Apply to D. SKYRING, Fortitudo Vallo*,.
Thomas Barker and Co.'s Flour.
JM'CABE has for Sale, at his Stores, the
JUSTLY CELEBRATED FLOUR,
At the Cuireiit into for the Genuino Article quantity, quality, and «eight guaran teed.
N.B.-Owner's of Stations, and Country Stoie» keepera, supplied on liberal terms.
George-stieet, Brisbane, i '
12th Jan. 1858. 4 ( f.t jjn,
PORTABLE GRATES, Fenders, Fire Irons,
Fire Dogs, Door Scrapers, Door-msls.
WILLIAM 4 BENJAMIN BROOKES,
ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED.
3 Tons, finest Java Rice
Tea, in chests, halve*, and quarters
Sugars, No. 1 pieoes, aud Snow Drops Figs iu boxes
Jams, Pickles, Castor Oil
1 lb. and 2 lb. Salmon, Oysters, do, do, Sardines, Sperm Candles
Carbonate Soda, Pearl Barley
Washing Soda, Coffee, 4, 8, and 14 lb. tins Con ants, Cigars
1000 Bushels une Maire, Ac. âo, ào.
Wholesale Grocery Store,
499 Opposite Police Office.
The old "Established Australian, Gro-
cery, Wine, and Spirit Store,
IS replete with every article in the trade,
amongst whieh may be mentioned, the fol- lowing
Brandy, Martell's, in hhds Do Pale, in 1 doren cases
Rum, West India, in hhds, (30 and|12Jo.p.) Gin, in whole and half cases
Whiskey, in quarter casks, or 1 dozen case* Old Tom, in 1 doren cases
Port and Sheriv Wine, in wood or bottle
Dun bar's, Tiuuñt's, and Byass' Ale and Porter,(
in pints and quarts
Bottled Cider Champagne Hock Claret
Cordials of all descriptions
" R. S. WARRY, ' ' Australian Grocery, Wine and Spirit Stores,
FOR SALE, a first-rate Team of WORKING
BULLOCKS, with new Dray, Bows, Yokes, and Chains, complete ; they have been accustomed to the road, and are in good condition. Apply to
R. S. WARRY.
May 27,1858. >
Leather, Leather, Leather.
N SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
Sole Lesthor / ' J ' Kip do
Calf Skin , '
Black and Brown Harness Leather
R. S. WARRY.
May 27, 1858. 439
N SAL E:
Congou Teo, in chests, halves, quarters, and
HvBonsKin do do do do
Gunpowder, Souohong, and Orange Peko*
Snow Drop Sugar , ( Co.'s Cijstals do
Co's No. 1 Pieces do Light Mauritius do Mnritus Crystals do
And Pampanga do ?
Whole, roasted and'grquua, oanisters form
3lhs. to 16)ba.
No. 2 Cigars
H. M. Cigars
Sklad Oil Mustards
Rusks, in great variety
Colonial and English Biscuits Together with every ai ticl
e in the trade, and sold as cheap as any house in Biisbane.
Goods delivered free of
charge within 3 miles
B. S. WARRY, Brisbane, May 27,1858.
N Sale at tho Stores of the undersigned :
Thirty tons of One Sydney Flour ],0U0 bushels of Sound Maize .Bran, New Potatoes i ' Seed Potatoes, &c, &c.
R. S. WARRY.
Corner of Queen nnd Albeit Streets.
To Housekeepers, Families, Hotel
keepers, and the Public.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON SALE .
Quarter chests of
A very superior Te» D« do| £Fln« Congou
, A good Breakfast Tea
Do do Young Hyson Do do Hysonskin Do do Gunpowder
Chests of the Finest Congou Half Chests do do
These TEAS are pui chased at a decline in prices, and will bo offei ed at a low figure
Loaf, Cossipoie, Snow Drops, Crystals, and
Company's SUGARS aie furthei reduced in prico
Bottled Fruits, Jams, Jellies, Piokles, <6c. of
the best brondi
Maccaroni and Vcimicelli
Tapióos, Sago, Arrowroot
Muscatel, Sultana, and Pudding Raisins
Currants, Almonds, Walnuts, Baicelona Nuts
Pt ¡mo Bacon, Belfast and York Hams, Swiss, North
Wilts, and Dutch Cheeses, Mill and Chilian Flour, Potatoes &c, &o
Wholesale and Family Grooer,
ON SALE st the Stoies of the Undersigned :
Patent and wrought nulls Horse nails and shoes
Oils, paints, and colois
Lamps and lamp oil "i Guns, gunpowder, and shot
Coil and bullock chains
Best bur iron mid steel ''' ' i Soi by's tools, cutlery ' *? * Pntent door mats . . , ,
Window glass , JA Anvils, boltons, and vices
Galvnnired sheets and nails ' '
" Guttering » ' " Buckets nnd tiles i " Ti ace chains , Spades, shovels Stoves, ranges
Earthenwaie > . .-. J
Crystal and glass "t i Station« y
Tin wnro ' -
Spurs, bridles, àe. ' ' Rope, twine, and lines i " > i , Furnishing ironinongeiy i
. Eleotro and Alhpta plate ,
Brush wnie. ' "; ' !!
JAMES MORTON, ?
139 . Late Noi!v8c EBWAIDI.
~ Grass Paddock. " *
THE nnnersigned is prepared to receive
HORSES to GRVZE m his Paddock Terms, for 3 months and upwards, 2s. per week , for less than 3 months 23 Gd per ditto
A punt will filnays be ready to take horses to and from the paddock free of charge
492 Breakfast Creek
THE undersigned, having in his possession .
brown MARE, of the following description, viz .-JW on shoulder, ear marked, aged, white snip on nose, ii willing to give her up to anyone who can show better claim to her then himself within 5 months from the present date.
ROBT. F. ALLWOOD.
Mondure, 1st Jnno, 1858. 493 i
Warwick, Darling Downs.
SUBSCRIPTIONS towards the erection of a
WFSLEYAN METHODIST CHAPEL, upon tbe site provided for that purpose in Victo-
£ s d. Jonathan Harris. 5 o o Thomas Aimes... J 0 O A Andrews. 5 O 0 C.Zillman. 5 0 0 George Walker.'.. Ä 0 0 Marcus Birkman. 5 0 0
AllenM'Innes.(5 0 0 Edward Anderson., 5 ; 0 0 William Hadler ..'. ....... '400 William Anderson. 3 3 0 John Collins.J... 3 3 0 Thomas Roscoe. S 3 0 A Pilgrim .,-... 2 2 0 Frederick Hudson. S 2 0 John Newton . 2 2 0 Richard Burnett.'.. .10 0 Alexander Wagner . 2 2 0 William Andrews. 2; 0 0 Richard Woods. 2 0 0 John Hughe.'. ... 2 0 0 John Look.l2 0 0 William Lyons. 1 0 0 Bryant Rix . l"fl 0 John Birolay . 1 0 0 ' Thomas Craig.'l 0 0
GeorgeThom. '1 0 0 Thomas M'Evoy. 1 ¡¡0 0 Fdward Jones.,.. 10 0 Thomas Simes. 1 0 0
C L M'Donald.1 O 011
James Morgan.. 1 0 0 J Lawrence O'Roy..' .. 1 0 0 John Rendle. 10 0 James Allen . 1 0 0
William Bioadfoot.'.. 10 0 j Copt. Davenay .......',.'í.-l O' Oibi
John Aspmall.i.', ÍS ÍOUJOUO I William Craig. 1 0 0 .' JamesClift. 1 0 ,0, If, Benjamin Brookes..1..'l l'O Alexander Ewen.jr,0?0
William Matthews. 1^0 0 sr,
William Clunes.4 "0 ,0 ; William Carr. \ 0 0 j Joseph Russell ............ I 0 0 n Dr. Buckler MD . l'O 0 f
William Carter.1 O O ,¡ Messrs Massey A Walker.... 1 0 0 . ( Waltei Look . 1 0s 0
DavidEvens..'... 1 0 0'J Ralph Reid. 1 0 0 Dr Aldred M.D.¿1 O O ¡ GeoigeKennerday. 1 0 0 James Lavell. 1 0 0 Barclay Goggins ...,.'..'... 0 IO 0 William Whiteman . 0 10 0 James Cooley.0 10 0 J.Murray.t0 10 0
James Cornish .7 0 10 0 , AlfredGood . 0 10 0 Charles Wegner .¡.. O'lO '0
James M'Donald ...¡0 10 O i Henry Mitohell. 0 10 0
John'Fehx. 0 10 0 Robert Balderson. 0 10 0 DavidSharp . 0 10 0 George White .p 10 0 Andrew Evans. 0 10 0 rinhp Coopers..0 10 0 James Roney .... __.. .**0 10 "0 !.. Mattock.0 10 0 George Furness.'.,. 0 10 0 Thomas Simmons . 0 10 . Thomas David.'..0 10 0 John Glendlmll. 0 10 0 John Brierfield. 0 10 0 John Ledden.\ 0 10 0 William Wilson. 0 10 0 Solomsn Front . 0 5 0 Thomas Kimy. 0 5 0 John Bowles.0 5 0 Michen Bürgin. 0 5 0 John Anderton .... ... 0 5 0
Further contributions will be thankfully re- ceived towards this desirable object by the Wes leyan Ministers of Brisbane and Ipswich, or by the
A HOUSE adjoining tho Presbyterian Par-
sonage, in Ann-street
495 R. CRIBB A CO
OAKDEN COTTAGE, in the western suburbs ,
a mile from the Post Office. Fonr Rooms, Kitchen and Laundiy, with Garden, Orchard, and Vineyard. A lease given to a respectable tenant.
William & Benjamin Brookes,
THE HOUSE and PREMISES of late in the
possession of Mr. J. C Heussler. Apply to
HENRY BUCKLEY, or 454 C J. TRUNDLE.
THE whole orpnrtof those COMMODIOUS
STABLES at the corner of Queen and Al- bert-streets. Apply to,
MR. THOS CLARKE,
Queen-sbieet, North Brisbane 28th May, 1858. 434
FOR ANY TERM that may be »greed on, the
splendid House and Grounds known as STRATTON, the late residence of ti. ß C Master, Esq. Apply to
George-stieeb. Brisbane, May'l8, 1858
THOSE LARGE and EXTENSIVE PREMI-
SES situated m Queen-stieot. Noith Bris- bane, together with tjie 1 WO CO 11AGL& at the real, latolv m the occupation of Mr II S. Wari y For paiticulais apply to Messis Powis. A CON- NOLLY, Gayndah, or to
MESSRS. LITTLE A RAWLINS,
rp HOSE large and commodious premises situated L in East «treet, Ipswich, picscitly oronpied by Mfssrs Platt A Crossland, consisting of laig* and commodious STORhand PI NINGS, with DWELL1NG-H0USL attached, containing four room», detach«] kitchen, with Russell's stove, excellent Water 'lank, Back Store, Stable, and Paddock, extending to and having entrance from
For further particulars, apply on the prtmiBM
TO LET, foi a term of 2 years, a seonrely en-
closed PADDOCK pf 050 acres, being on, and having a frontage to the Brisbane river in the vicinitv of the Qunmcs Distance fiom town »bout 7 milos, «ml in tho present occupation of C, Coxen, Lsq, n hoso lease will expiro on the 10th
Foi tel m J, ami further pnitionlnrs, enquire of
1 R. DAVIDSON,1 432 < iii Anction»er,44t
J HJUJ ^ i, t li * >? vU <JL , I I
T NOTICE. -
THE public are respectfully informed that tho |
subscribers will, in the course of the follow- | ing week, be prepared to execute with attention, | punctuality, and despatch, the orders they may be favored with, 'the STOCK kept will comprise all requirements for Pastoral, Agricultural, and Domestic purposes ; and neither time nor troubla will be spared to give their friends satisfaction.
WILLIAM A BENJAMIN BROOKES,
Genet al Ironmongers,
Ipswich. June 12 th, 1858.
For Sale at Warwick,
ROSEBANK, the residence of Dr. SAOHSI, con-
sisting of a complete and respectably finish- ed House, Kitchen, Stable, and Out-honses ; erected on a block of land, comprising four allotments. (Nos, 1, 2, 14, 15 of section 13), aud facing1 on three sides publia roads ; situated on the bank« of the Condamine river, with a beautiful view, all securely fenced in ; including a well laid out Gar- den, with a great number of Vines, and 70 choice Fruit Trees. Those premises, erected with par- ticular care ina most healthy situation, completely finished and quite now, oiler a comfortable íesi dence for a respeotablo family. Part of the pur- chase money only requiied in cash.
A Block of Land, (Nos. 2, S, 4, of section 24), consisting of about IO acres, the half of it fit for gardening, adjoining the above named piemises ; situated on the banks of the Condamine, and commanding a beautiful view. For building pur- poses this block of land is almost nnsurpassed in convenience and beauty by any in tbÏ3 dutrict.
A Block of Land (No. 12 a), consisting of »bout 3 aores, situated in front of the above premises, and on tho same side of the Condamme, surrounded by high banks ot that river, except on one side, gieatly adapted for gaidening.
Titles unexceptionable. For paiticnlars, apply to DR. SACHSE, at Warwick.
ILL Sell at his Rooms, THIS DAY, at
A complete Set of very superior TANDEM
HARNESS, silver plated mounted.
THIS DAY. | Empty Oil Drums.
f >' iJ H- BULGIN ' . l
ILL Sell nt his Rooms, THIS DAY, at
Twenty fi-gallon empty OIL DRUMS.
> , Also,
' Thirty 10-gallon ditto.
2 IRON BEDSTEADS
THIS DAY. i
A IT E. H. BULGIN
ILL Sell at his Rooms, THIS DAY, at
TWELVE HOGSHEADS ALE.
WEDNESDAY, 23BD JUNE.
LAND AND PREMISES
11 SITUATED IN FORTITUDE VALLEY.
By order of th* Mortgagees of Moretsn Bay Permanent Investment and Building Society.
HAS received instuictions to sell at his Rooms,
on WEDNESDAY, the 23rd of June next,
All that piece or parcel of LAND in the Colony of
New South Wales, Bituate lu Uiu Conny or Stanley, parish of North Brisbane, iu the northern suburbs of Brisbane, allotment number 15, con- taining by admeasuiement 33 pet ches, b« the same more or less, being portion of allotment number 92 on the Goiernment plan ; and bounded on the north-east by a line dividing it fiom allotment numberl4 ; north-westerly, 161 feet on the north-west by a line at right angles, being 50 feet of a load 4 "5 feet wide ; south- west« ly on the south-west by a line at right angles dividing it from allotment number 16; south-easterly, lfil feet, and on the south-east by a line at light angles noith-caster'y 5G feet > to the south comer of allotment number 14
A substantial WEATHERBOARDED and BRICK
COTTAGE, situated upon the aforesaid Land, the whole being fenced in. At present in the occupation of Mr. John Hanna.
SATURDAY, JUNE t«.
Sale by Auction.
Lately plying between North and
HAS been instructed by the Government Re-
sident, to sell by Auction at bis Rooms, at
12 o'clock, on the 26th inst.
The GOVERNMENT FERRY PUNT, as above, lately built by Mr. Winship. Shojs copper fastened and sheathed with Muntz metal ; well and strongly built of the very best material!. Together with the machinery attached for working. Also 180 feet, moro or less of warping chain, an anchor,
and 15 fathoms of chnin cable.
ILL Sell at his Rooms, George-street,
THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
1 case lib Hill and Ledger's Jams 1 case i-boxea Sardines 1 case Pearl Sago
1 oase Frenoh Pickles
Quantity Terra Cottn Ornament* Canes, Clocks, &c, Ac
ILL Tsubmit lo Publio Competition THIS
DAY, at his Rooms, Georgo-stieet, at
4, 5, and 6 ¡nob Leather Pocket Book* Metallic Books Leather Purses
Ladies' Companion« k > , ti Do Reticules l I Do Bugs ' Boxes Dominoes ? ¡
Plated Geneva Hair Lockets i < Sets Gold Studs ,. Gilt Glov» Mauds Blnok Broodies
Elegant Hi ass Bound, and Ornamented Writ-
ing Desks, Ac, ¿c.
Pint and Quart Decanters And Sundries,
Gate of Race Course. l
W,TT "H. DAVIDSON
ILL Sell bv Publio Auction, at his Rooms,
George street, on TUESDAY NEXT, at 12 o'clock, the FEI'S to be taken at <be G ATI' of the New Farm Raco Course, oil the 23tU and
24th instunt. <
'" ? mr--\
. Termi cub, . |i
¡SCHOOL OF ARTS, BRISBANE, I POSITIVELY"
} FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY,
JUNE'H AND 15, 1858.
THE WIZARD, VENi'BILOQUIST, AND
HAVING been induced, in consequent of hi*
great snceess at Tpswioh, to give four more Entertainments in that town, during the vsct week, will have TWO NIGHTS disengaged pre- vious to the departure of the Ymra Yarra, on the 16th instant. Ho ho* theroforo much pleasure in announcing
at the Scnooii OF ARTS, on the above dates; and it having been suggested to bim, that, on his for- mer visit, he bad not given sufficient mttice of his arrival, and that, iu accordance with (ha times, the more moderate his charges were, tho greater the number would bo in attendance-begs respect- fully to state be will reduc* the prices to th» fol- lowing :
Reserved Seats, 5s.-Gallery, 3s.
Children under 12 years, Half Price.
The performances will be enlivened, as nsuol, by
the comicalities and drolleries of the Winard'» attendant Goblin
Tho Wirard will chango his Programme each Evening, BO as to afford those who havo not yet
an opportunity o£ doing so. Ho cannot remain longer than the above dates, bon over crowded the room may be.
Doors open at half-past seven o'clock.
Tho WIZARD and his GOBLIN appear at 8
Selling off at Cost Price.
TIE under<dgrnpd is about relinquishing the
DRAPERY BUSINESS, and begs to inform the publio that the whole of his stock will now
be offered al COhT PRICE.
Corner of Queen and Albert streets,
Educational .Establishment for Young
MRS. JOHN COOLING begs to announce to
her friend», a*d the public generallv, her intention of RE-OPENING a SELEC1* SCHOOL, in North Brisbane, at the commencement of the ensuing month, in which she purpoies to im- part a COMPLETE EDUCATION to YOUNG LADIES ; and also that she will receive a limited number of junior pupils.
Mrs. C. will devote her whole time and energies to the advancement of those committed to li*r care. Arrangement shavo been made *I«o for com» pèlent assistance, and at the same timo the term*
will be found moderate.
In addition to tim regular routine of a lonnd English Education, (including Writing and Arith- metic by a master), tho .various studies will embrace the French Language, Music, Singing, and Drawing, with which accomplishments Mr». Cooling is thoroughly acquainted.
For particulars anti terms, apply, by permission, to Mr. JOUN MARKWELL, Queen-street, North Brisbane. 490
VISITORS TO SYDNEY
ARE respeotfullv informed that nt the PRI-
VATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT of Mrs. BYERS, they can meet with every com foit and convenience they Tequiic, at moderato chaigcs. This being the laigest establishment ot the kind in Sjdnc), the pioprictor hai spmedno oj-ponoo in onJ«or.i..;,.Ä to » =, Jc. IU llii. luoil/
complete. Suites of apni tments for Pmnto Fami- lies with every com amenée, and separate sitting rooms for single gentlemen if requited. Stabling also attached to the premises. '
Nos. 2 and 3, College Buildings, Jamison-street
Maryborough, Wide Bay.
BEGS to inform the îcsidenfs of tho Wide Bay
and Burnett districts, that he bos re-opened, as GENERAL STORES, tho premises lately oc- cupied by Messrs. Pitts and Hopkin.
Having just returned fiom Sjdney with an en tiicly new Stock, W. S is in a position to offer Goods in evci^ department nt rates unusually low.
An inspection is respeotfally solicited.
Station and other orders punctually attended to, and all goods securely packed. 41
SAWYER' S ARMS INN,
JEREMIAH SCANLAN ' .
BEGS leave to thank his numerous friends and
the public generally, for their kind support to him dunng the pnst eight years. He hopes by attention, cleanliness, and moderate charges, to merit a continuance of their favor.
A large Stock of Liquor of the best quality always on hand.
Good Stabling and a well-watered Paddock.
Brisbane, 15th May, 1858. 444
QUEEN STREET, NORTH BRISBANE,
(LATI J. CAMPBELL'S).
T H 0 M A S S. C 0 W E L L
HAVING taken the sbovo premises, begs to
iuform his friends and the publio that ha has opened the sameas a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, where every attention will be paid to quiet, cleanliness mid comfoi t, which, with striotly moderate charges, and good cheer-both in the Parlour and at the Bur-T. C. S. hopes will insure to him a continuance of that patronage so justly bestowed upon his predecessor.
THOMAS S. COWELL. March 3rd, 1858.
BEGS to inform his friends and the publio that
ho has disposed of all his old stock of Fur- niture, and has just opened an onliielr NEW STOCK of SPLENDID GOODS, which" bo will sell at the lowest remunerativo pi ¡ces. 359
To the Stockowners of the Moreton
GENTLl'MEN,-I beg lo infoim >on that I
am now piepared to execute &ALKS of STOCK and STA'lIONS, eithei by Auction or Private Contract. _
My Comraisiion charges willi be the same as ^hose of other Sidney Houses. 'From my lonff experience in the colony, I lee) confident ot giving satisfaction to those «ho may favor me with th* disposal of their stock, aro. * '
Communications addressed to JOHN ATKINS, No 396, George-street, Sydney, will meet with prompt attention. , 353
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
PAINTER, GLAZER, AND PAITR-HANGER BEGS to intimate that he has PI MOVFD to
. his i|*w Pi emmes, in I.lieabeth-stieet (near the Catholic Church), where ha intends tarrying on his Business as foi merty, and hope» to meet with that mipport, with winch he has lalbert*
been favored. ?
W. M. would mil attention to his stock of PAPl'.R HAÎvGJÎvGS, .i.lted for Bed-room, Pailour, Dia>Miifi-roi'in and Hall, which, lor quality aiid pi ice, cannot be surpassed...
EJisabetl-*tr*>et, North Brisbane,
Dtc*»Ur4ifc,18S7. ' -101»