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KA and PERRINS' SAUCE. The Original
SAUCE bears the
autograph signature Oil
Lea and Perrins on a red label.
Sold wholesale by th Propnetora,;Worces ter, and Grosse & Blackwoil, London.
KA and PERRINS' SAUCK
Of Grocers and Oilmen throughout the AVorld.
QUEENSLAND MERCANTILE AND AGENCY
COMPANY, Limited, Agentó.
THE calm, soothing, but still invigorating effect
ia peculiar only to AVOLFE'3 SCHNAPPS. Ask for WOLFE S.
OF THE WORLD. RS. S. A ALLEN S
Public Bknffactress, Mrs. S. A. Allkv has
justly earned this title, and thousands are tina day rejoicing over a fine head of hair produced by her unequalled preparation for restoring invigorating, and oeautif j ing the Hair Her Worlds Hair Restorer quickly cleanses tho scalp, removing Dandruff, and arrests the fall, the hair, if gray, is changed to its natural youthful colour.
'One BorrLt did it.' That is the expression
of many w ho hav e had their gray hair re- stored to its natural colour, and their bald spot covered with hair after using ono bottle of Mrs a A AlleVs AVorld's Hair Restorer, It is not a dye.
LLIOTT BROS., Limited.
IMPORTERS OF PATENT MEDICINES,
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES, SURGICAL IN-
SODAAVATER MACHINES, AND CORDIAL
MANUFACTURERS OF ACIDS
CHEMICALS. AND ARTIFICIAL
BRISBAN'K AND SYDNEY.
BEEF. IRON, AND MALTED WINE.
This is n stimulating and nutritivo tonic for ln\ airds and convalescents. It imparts strength. v igour, energy, and health , cures debdity and nervousness , and supplies tho deficiency of rod
corpuscle in the blood
Tho value of this combination is recognised bs ev ery physician, and where a tonic effect ia desired there ia no moi % aluablo remedy. The stimulating properties of the wine, with the nutriment of tho beef and malt, and tonie effect of the iron, render it r. ruliarly efficacious in tho ^ anoua discoaca for w hlch it ia specially recom- mended In its potion it strengthens the stomach, supplies food which readily assimilates, furnishes the necessary olenients and warmth for an exhausted and wasted body, rapidly building up the entiro syatcm and renovates shattered and
Prick, 3a. Gd. per Bottle.
QUEENSLAND BAKING POWDER.
Especially made to suit this Colony, and is the ber-t article ev cr offered to the public for making buht and w holesomo bread, scones, &.c, w ithout } east. It can also be used for biscuits, cakes, and all kinds of pastrj without eggs, and with less than half the usual quantity of butter. To squattera dingera, farmers, carriers, &c, this Baking Powder will be found of the greatest posaiblo % alue as, on tho shortest notice, light and agreeable bread can bo made. Plum, suet, and other puudmgs should never bo mado without it; a desert spoonful to tho pcand of flour makes them both light and digestible. Guaranteed to bo froo from alum and other injurious compounds.
Price, 9d, per Tix.
I S D KINCORA ESTATE KINCORA ESTÁTE1. KINCORA ESTATE. KINCORA E3TATff. KINCORA ESTATE. KINCORA ESTATE.
NEW FARM. NEW FARM. NEW FARM. NEW FARM.
ON THE GROUND' AT 2.30 P 51.
THOMAS BUNTON, ESQ.,
BRUNSWICK STREET BRUNSWICK STREET
BROWNE-STREET, having Extensive Frontagea to
which street ¡s now being opened through to
JAMES-STREET, theroby connecting
JAMES STREETS, making
BROWNE-STREET one of tho
MOST IMPORTANT THOROUGHFARES in the locality.
THE KINCORA ESTATE,
NEW FARM, adjoins tho Residences of
T BUNTON, A. W. CHAMBERS, - CALLA-
GHAN, Ebqs ,
and othora too numerous to mention.
JAMES R. DICKSON it COMPANY,
TV/fAILS for tho UNITED KINGDOM and the ItJL CONTINENT of EUROPE, per Orient Line, per ROCKTON, b will CLObK at this office on SATURDAY, 10th April, 18S6 -
For Registered Letters, at 10 a.m
For Packets and Newspapers at 10 a m. For Ordinary Letters, at li (cm.
JOHN M DONNELL,
_ Under Secretary.
LONDON AND COLONIAL ENGINEERING
COMPANY, 31, LOMBARD-BTBEET, LONDON LAND AND MARINE BOILERS, all types and sizes. Beat In the world in Doaign, Power, Dura- bility and Finish, and lowest in pnce. For HIus tratod Price Lists and Stock, apply to
J. W, SUTTON & CO., Brisbane.
GEORGE YOUNGER & SON'S ALES,
In Bulk and Bottle
HARB0TTLE, ALSOP, & CO., Agents
B ROY WHISKY,
In Bulk and Cn=e.
HARBOTTLE, ALSOP, & Co., Agents
ATURDA Y, 17Tn APRIL
THE BALD HILLS RAILWAY STATION
SOUTH PINE RIVER.
GYMPIE LINE OF RAILWAY
JAMES R. DICKSON & CO. havo been favoured with instructions to aell by auction, on the ground known as
THE RAILWAY STATION ESTATE,
BALD HILLS, SOUTH PINE, On SATURDAY, 17th April,
At Two o clock,
COO MAGNIFICENT ALLOTMENTS,
Each CO Perches and over in aroa being Sub- divisions of Portions 22 and2tj, Parish of Nundah
Thia beautiful estate may bo localised to many readers bj the following description.
1 be tra\ oller to tho Bald Hills from Brisbano, after journoylng along tho Northern road, and admiring the beauties of many of tho charming Buburba ulong its oourae, namely, Bowen Bridge road, Lutwycho, Kedron Brook and Park, alter travelling acroas th<« Downfall and Cabbage free CreekB, arm es at a long les el stretch of road, nt the oxtroniity of which rises a lofty knoll, round the brow of which tho road Minds, m hen tho Bald Hills are reached. On the summit of this knoll is
THE BALD HILLS RAILWAY STATION
And from It one of tho Grandest Panoramas to bo found In any part of Queensland, la discernible
At the foot of the spectacle an Immense extent of rich alluvial country, in the highest state of cultivation, atrotchea away for miles to tho distant horizon, which is formed bj the ranges of the Blackall Mountains, extending from Knog gora to Caboolture. Tho luxuriant i e^etation of this lmmenao agricultural plain, dotted hero and there with comfortablo homesteads, surrounded by pleasant plantations and through which glide the waters of the North and South Pine rliers, gladdens the eyo of every spectator, and compels expressions of admiration and pleasure at tho contemplation of panoramic scenery, not surpassed in any portion of the globe, and -which in liveliness and tranquillity of rural life, can only bo compared wlththeplilnaof primitivo Arcadia.
This is indeed tho locality where buainesamen can shako off tho carklng circa of commercial and trade pursuits, and -where, away from tho constant hum and presauro of city life thoy can enjoy tho ríoíce far mente of rural peace and health, surrounded and tranqulllised by tho over \arying phenomena of nature In her lovellost guise, and po3seäslng also the advantage of being within reach of the metropolis by a railway journey of about 30 minutes. This ia the first sale of real estate in tho suburbs connected w iib tho metropolis by tho main line of
Which opens up a country unsurpassed for lovo" lincas or churmlng suburban retreats on any railway lire loading from the metropolis.
Hero Indeed. Is to bo found inpeiiectlon tho grandeur of Alpine acenorv lu all Its majestic ruggedneaa, while on us bosom reposea tho oxuberanco and fortilitj of a remi tropical flora, and its bases aro clotted with the luxuriant vegetation and tho lofty timbera, ' lit maata for some high Admiral" which stretch forth their arms 200ft, or 300ft above their roots to w elcomo tho enll\ening rays of Phcebus when "jocund day stands tiptoe on tho misty mountain's top "
It has beon said that scenery in Australia ia monotonous. No one w ho haa visited tho
BALD HILLS RAILWAY STATION ESTATE can silently accept such a libellous accusation-a libel uttered ignorantly bj pcoplo who have not mado themselves acquainted with the fairest portion of this glorious world, for in tho districts of Enoggera and Moreton can be found scenery which will justly maintain its own in contrast w iib. any country in the w orld. Tho Allotments
BALD HILLS RAILWAY STATION ESTATE
and occupying tho very finest poaition in the diatrlct and future
TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH PINE.
Theso Allotments posscai great business recommendations «nd -vast futuro potentialities, and na residonco3 for the retired eaao and leisure of themetropo'is no locations »n more conduce to longovitj. beim: conveniently removed from tho enervating influences of marino proxim ty, while enjoying the ameliorating influencée of tho seaaide atmosphere, and possessing in full dei Uopmcnt the vigorous bracing mountain am which throughout all countries in the world add to tho robustness and hardihood of the human
The number of theso choioe-tho choiceat-siteB in thia lovol> district being limited, earls applica- tions for Lithographs should be mado to the
Special Trains will bo laid on to Sandgate and Omnibu?sc3 will convey intending purchasers from tho Railway Station, Sandgate, to the Ground and back Free of Charge on da> of sale,
LUNCHEON WILL BE SERVED
HALF PAST TWO SHARP, GRATUITOUSLY.
Remember Day of Sale
SATURDAY, 17TU APRIL,
At I wo o Clock.
Titles under tho Real Property Act
Terms. Liberal, at Sale
Lithographs now obtainable from the Auc- tioneers JAMES R. DlCKfeON & COMPANY, Queen Btr*it
In tho Queenslander and Observer of SATURDAY, 21th April, will be com-
"THE TREASURE OF THORBURNS,"
By Frederick Botxe,
Author of "iOn the Border Land," "A Good Hater," "Camp Notes," &c, the copyright for Queensland of which has been purchased by the Brisbane Newspaper Company, Limited.
EXPERIENCE teaches that M OLFK'S
SCHNAPPS Is moro suited to the Colonies than either brandy or whisky.
UEENSLAND TURF CLUB.
for ti e undermentioned Races must be mado to the Secretary Q.T.C.. Brisbane, on or before AVEDNESDAY, 30th June, 1836 :
SPRING MEETING, 1886.
£i>rinq Saplixg Stakes.
(For now yearlings.)
Of 5 sovs. each from starters, with 250 sovs.
added ; for two year-olds ; colts, 83t. lOlb ; fllllc3 and goldings, 8st. 51b.
150 sovs-, and all the sweepstakes to tho winner ;
second horse 60 sovs. and third 10 sovs. from the prize.
Nomination, 1 sov.; 30th Juno, 1880.
Balance of entry, 4 sovs., on day of general entry
for Spring (November) Meeting, 1880. 5 furlongs.
SPRING MEETING, 1887.
Queensland Derby Stakes.
(For now yearlings.)
Of 5 sovs. each from starters, with 2C0 sovs.
added ; for thres-year-olds ; colts, 8at. 101b ; filltcs and geldings 8st. 51b.
150 Bovs., nnd all tho sweepstakes to tho winner ;
Becond horaa 50 sovs. from tho prize. Nomination, 1 sov., 30th June, 1880.
Second paymont, 2 sovs., 30th April, IBS".
Balance or entry, 2 sovs.. on day of general entry
for Spring Meeting, 1837. 1} milo.
AUTUMN MEETING, 1SS8.
Queensland St. Lkgkr Stakes.
(For now yearlings.)
Of 5 sovs. oach from starters, with 200 sovs.
added; for three-year-olds; colts, 8st. 101b.; fillies, 8ät. 8lb.: goldings, 83t. 51b.
150 sovs. and all Bweepstakea to tho winner ;
second horse, 50 sovs. from the prize. Nomination. 1 sov.. 30th June, 1880.
Second paymont, 2 bovs., 30th April, 1887.
Balance of entry, 2 sovs.. on day of general ontry
for Autumn Meeting, 1888. 13 mile.
J H. G. POUNTNKY.
Secretary Q.T.C. Oth April, 1886.
IT is much botter not to drink at all If you
cannot obtain the genuino WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS.
FREE FROM MERCURY
OF PURE VEGETABLE INGREDIENTS. lOCKLE'S PILLS.
FOR LIVER. "lOCKLE'S PILLS
FOR ACIDITY. COCKLE'S PILLS.
IN USE EIGHTY-FIVE YEARS. In Boxes at Is. ljd., 2s. 9d" Is. Gd., 11s., and 22s.
Medicine Vendors throughout the World