CHURCHILL'S Syrups, Lime Iron, Soda,
and Compounds strongly recommended by the faculty for Consumption, and all Diseases of Debility ; free from any un- pleasant taste or smell. ELLIOTT BROS., & Co., Wholesale agents, Brisbane.
Elliott Bros, & Co.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DRY-
SALTERS, Importers of Patent Medicines, Druggists' Sundries, Surgical In- struments, Trusses, Etc.; Soda-water, and
Cordial Manufacturers' Goods. Manufacturers of Acids and Chemicals, Glass Blowers, Etc., Manufacturers of Superphosphate, Bone Dust,
and Crushed Bones.
110 and 112, PITT-STREET, SYDNEY, and
Chemical Works and Glass Factory, Iron
Cove, Balmain, Sydney.
ELLIOTT'S CHAMPAGNE QUININE
Highly recommended by the Faculty, and acknowledged to be the purest and cheapest tonic yet introduced ; it is the best restorative for the young, weak, and aged ; it strengthens the whole system, and stimulates the appetite, and is invaluable for Indigestion, Nervousness, Gout, Rheumatism, Fever and Ague. It has also proved a most invaluable and agreeable stomachic to all suffering from general debility and loss of appetite. A wineglassful twice a day will be found particularly grateful and
efficacious in all cases where a cordial tonic is
required. Is far superior to sherry and
Brisbane, January 3, 1876.
GENTLEMEN,—I beg to inform you that I have examined your Quinine Wine, and can- not find anything deleterious in its composi-
It contains at least half a grain of dry pure sulphate of quinine in each ounce ; and from tho quantity of extracts of well-known bitter tonics in its composition, and especially that of sulphate of quinine, in the well-adjusted proportion of half a grain to the fluid ounce, or two tablespoonsfuls, will recommend it in my eyes and tbose of the medical profession as being one of the best tonics ever introduced to the public.—I have the honour to be, your obedient servant,
KARL THEODOR STAIGER,
Government Analytical Chemist. Messrs, ELLIOTT BROS. & Co., Brisbane.
SARSAPARILLA has, from time imme- morial, been considered the best agent for this
DR. BAYLEY'S COMPOUND EXTRACT of SARSAPARILLA contains all the valu- able properties of this plant, together with the advantage of being a pleasant and palat- able beverage. For those who abstain from alcoholic drinks this will act as a gentle stimulant, which renders it peculiarly adapted to a hot climate.
ON SALE— Bisulphite Lime
Carbonate Soda, 1
Carbonate Soda, 1. oz.
packets, 7 lb. boxes Bicarbonate Soda,
Sulphur, 1 and 2cwt.
Sulphur, 1 oz. packets,
7 lb, boxes Sulphur roll
Epsom Salts, ½ cwt.
and 1 cwt. kegs
Epsom Salts, 1 oz.
packets, 7 lb. boxes Bluestone, ½ cwt. and
1 cwt. kegs
Sulphate Iron, pow-
Soft Soap in bulk
Soft Soap, 1 lb. and
Tartaric Acid, powder
Cream Tartar in jars
Castor Oil in bulk
Castor Oil, pints and
Castor Oil, Italian
Olive Oil, finest in
Galipoli Oil for ma-
Limejuice in bulk Limejuice Cordial
Seidlitz Powders Palm Oil
Raw and Boiled Oil
Colza Oil and Turpen-
Carbolic Acid, Cal-
Canary Seed and
Hemp Seed and Cara-
Linseed and Linseed
Ginger, whole and
Assorted Fruit Es-¶sences
White and Black Pep-
per, 7lb. and 14 lb.
Bone Dust and
Florilino and Florida Water
Alcock's Porous Plais-
Carriage Candles, 6s.
Fancy Toilet Soaps
Crystal Jujubes and
Sugar Candy, assorted
Peppermint Lozenges All kinds of Medici-
nal Lozenges Seltzogenes
Crucibles, of all kinds Sodawater and Gin-
Sodawater and Gin-
Bottling Racks and
Piesse sud Lubin's,
Rimmel's and other Perfumery
Nitrate Silver Crys-
Albumenised Paper Pyrogallic Acid Soda Hyposulph
Thomas & Mawson'
Caustic Soda, Resin
Brown Lump Silicate
Soda Crystals, Whit-
Pearl Ash, Black Ash Salts Tartar, Salam-
Muriatic and Nitric
Sulphurous and Sali-
Shellac, Gum, Ben-
Rectified Spirits of Wine 63 o. p. Eng- lish
Colonial Spirits of
Senna Loaves in ½ oz.
and 1 oz. packets
Æther for the manu-
facture of ice
in ½ oz. and 1 ounce bottles
Crystal Aniline Dyes Liquid Aniline Dyes
Logwood and other
Dye Woods Fustic, Sumach
Swinburne's Isinglass Nelson's Isinglass
Brazil Isinglass, 1 lb.
Cod Liver Oil
Neave's Food, Cocoa-
Liebig's Food for In-
Van Houten's Cocoa James' Blister
Powell's Balsam, Nor-
Dinnerford's Magnesia Holloway's Pills and
Weston's Wizard Oil
Cockle's Pill's, Kruse's
Collis Browne's Chlo-
Bishop's Citrate Mag-
Datura Tatula, in tins,
Jars and Bottles
of all kinds
Elliott Brothers & Co.,
EAGLE STREET, BRISBANE, AND PITT STREET,
THE COOKTOWN HERALD and
Palmer River Advertiser (Established March, 1877), is the Popular Journal of the Far West. Circulates extensively in the Palmer, Normanby, and Hodgkinson districts, Somerset, Singapore, and Hongkong.
W. H. L. BAILEY,
PACIFIC FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF SYDNEY.
MARINE & FIRE RISKS of every
description accepted at current rates.
Marine Policies made payable in London, or at any of the Company's Agencies, when re- quired.
E. L. MONTEFIORE, Manager. JOHN HEADRICK & CO.,
F. F. BUDDEN'S
IS allowed by all to be the Best and Cheapest
North of Brisbane, containing a very exten- sive and well-assorted stock, in endless variety, of
ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
Bought in the best Colonial, Foreign, and British Markets, and for sale at the LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE to meet the times.
TEAS—Finest New Season imported, to
Medium and Good Ration.
COFFEE—Finest Plantation, roasted and
ground by steam power.
COCOAS, CHOCOLATE, & COCOATINA—
All the best makes.
SUGARS—Loaf, Refined, Crystal Yellow,
FRUITS—Finest Eleme, Sultana, Muscatel
Raisins, Currants (new), Dried Apricots, Peaches, and Apples, Bottled Fruits, Tinned Dessert Fruits (assorted), French Plums, Almonds, Nuts, Figs, Jams, and
BISCUITS—Swallow and Ariell's (all kinds),
PICKLES—Oriental, Nabob, and other
SAUCES—About twenty varieties.
FISH—Preserved and Dried. Every descrip-
tion of the best Scotch and English
FLOUR—Only the best Adelaide brands.
MEALS—Victorian Oatmeal, Fresh Wheaten
Meal, Finest Fresh Maize Meal.
PROVISIONS—English and Colonial Hams,
Bacon, Cheese, Sheep's Tongues,
Potted Meats and Fish.
BUTTER—Finest Wollongong by every
steamer (Fresh). First and best in
TOBACCO—The best American brands.
F. F. BUDDEN'S
Is the longest established in town, containing
all the most useful
Furnishing and General Ironmongery Agricultural and Garden Implements
Carpenters', Masons', and Blacksmiths'
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushware
Platedware, Pocket and Table Cutlery
CHINA, GLASS, & EARTHENWARE Saddlery, Whips, Spurs, Fancy Goods
Lamps and Lampware (superb assortment) Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition
Iron Bedsteads, Cots, Mattresses, Feathers,
American Chairs, Curled Hair, Cocoanut
F. F. BUDDEN'S
DRAPERY, CLOTHING, & BOOT DE-
A Large Stock of the Best and Newest Goods
always on hand, and kept sorted up
by every vessel.
Both Wholesale and Retail Buyers treated on the most liberal terms, and every attention paid to packing and delivery of town and country orders.
EMU PARK MAIL COACH leaves
KEHLET'S HOTEL, at 11 o clock every SATURDAY. Booking Office—Kehlet's
TOM P. ROBERTS
BEGS to call the attention of his
country friends to the following LIST OF GOODS contained in his
Bushman's 55s. Swag,
Which will be carefully packed and forwarded to any station on the line (carriage paid) on receipt or Post Office Order or Cheque :—
| | S. | D.
1 pair Riding Moles | (any size) ... | 8 | 6 1 Flannel Shirt | (full size) ... | 6 | 6 1 Crimean Shirt | ,, ... | 8 | 6 1 Cotton Shirt | ,, ... | 3 | 6 3 pair Socks | ... for | 2 | 6 3 Hankerchiefs | ... for | 2 | 6 1 Felt Hat (any size) | ... | 7 | 0
1 Elastic Belt | ... | 1 | 6
1 Comb | ... | 1 | 0 1 Towel | ... | 1 | 0
1 Pocket Knife | ... | 2 | 0
1 Looking-glass | ... | 1 | 0 1 pair Boots (Cossacks) ... | 9 | 6
| £2 | 15 | 0
Any article above-mentioned can be omitted, and others to the same value substituted by the purchaser.
SPOT THE ENSIGN !
DISPENSING & FAMILY
Wholesale & Retail Druggist,
EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON.
All drugs being guaranteed pure and fresh and prescriptions carefully and accurately dis- pensed, the full effect of medicines prescribed may be truly relied upon.
N.B.—Orders per post promptly dispatched. Night Bell at side door.
North Australian Hotel,
COMET TERMMINUS, G.N.R.
E. W. N. GODBER,
(Late of the Peak Downs Road and Springton,
G. N. R.)
E. W. N. G., in returning thanks for
past patronage, begs to inform the public that he has removed into the above premises, at the
COMET RAILWAY STATION,
Where travellers, commercial men, and others will meet with every accommodation and
A choice selection of favourite brands of WINES, SPIRITS, & BEERS always in stock.
And strictest care and attention taken of horses intrusted to the proprietor.
W. F. WALTON, Queensland
Stores, corner of East and William Streets, Rockhampton.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE undersigned are authorised to receive proposals for insurance against fire the above company.
W. JACKSON & CO.,
ATLAS FOUNDRY & ENGINEER-
ING COMPANY (UNLIMITED), HAY-STREET, SYDNEY, Engineers, Iron and Brass Founders, Coppersmiths, and Mill- wrights.—The above firm are prepared to undertake contracts for the manufacture of Marine and Stationary Engines, Boilers and Girder work, Quarts-crushing, Sawmill, Sheep- washing. Mining, Sugar Mills, and all other descriptions of machinery, with latest improve-
N.B.—Castings executed with despatch, and best price given for old metal.
FRANK TAYLOR & CO.
FORWARDING AND GENERAL COM-
GOODS forwarded to all parts of the
Colonies with the greatest possible despatch.
R. M. Hunter & Co. | A. Feez
W. Reid & Co. | Wood & Wood
John Headrick & Co. | W. & M. C. Thomson W. F. Walton | W. Jackson & Co. James Thomson | Beed and Reeve.
John Macfarlane | Wing Wah & Co. Arthur Bell & Co. | G. M. Leigh
Agents for Fox's Express Van running between
Blackwater and Clermont and Copperfield,
Sole Agents for Tooth's Ale, in small barrels,
on the Line.
EAST & WILLIAM STREETS
W. F. WALTON
Has on Sale:—
BRANDIES — Hennessy's, Martell's, and
Otard's—in bulk and case.
WHISKEY—Jamieson's, Glenlivet, Lorne,
—in bulk and case.
RUM—Lowndes', Red Heart, and Colonial—
bulk and case.
GENEVA—Key and JDKZ (capsuled)—3 and
4 gals., proof.
OLD TOM—Schnapps, Orange and Stoughton
WINES—Port, Sherry, Colonial, Claret, and
Champagne—in bulk and case.
ALE — In bulk.—Berry's, Alsopp's, Bass', &c
Bottled. — Devenish, Ind Coope's
STOUT—Blood's and Byass' —in pints and
TEAS—Fine, Medium, and Ration—in chests,
halves, and boxes.
SUGARS—Loaf, Snowdrop, Crystals, and
OILMAN'S STORES—Preserved and Salt
DRIED FRUITS, BISCUITS, PEAS (pre-
served, green dried, and split). PRESERVED POTATOES. ADELAIDE FLOUR.
COARSE and FINE SALT.
HARDWARE, BRUSHWARE STATION SUPPLIES
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
BEED AND REEVE,
(LATE H. BEED AND CO.,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocers, General Importers, and
HAVE on hand a Large and Well-
assorted Stock, consisting of
GROCERIES & OILMEN'S STORES IRONMONGERY, STATIONERY TOBACCOES, FANCY GOODS
&c. &c. &c.
All o the Best Brands and Qualities
Squatters and the Trade supplied at price which will favourably compare with oth
Shipments of Maize, Potatoes, Onions, Bran &c., every steamer.
Orders of private families will receive ev
Are cash purchasers of Hides, Tallow Woo and other Colonial Produce.
Beed and Reeve,
BEATTIE'S BLACKWATER STORES,
The entire Stock of Goods consisting of
To be Sold at
Cost Prices for Cash only.
THE BUILDING AND OUTHOUSES.
All outstanding Debts, if not paid before the 1st of January, 1878, proceedings will be taken
to recover the same,
JOHN BEATTIE. Blackwater, December 14, 1877.
STEAM BOILING WORKS.
THE undersigned is prepared to
purchase Fat Sheep or Cattle, or will boil
at the usual rates.
THE undersigned is a purchaser of
Store Sheep and Cattle.
WOOL, TALLOW, and HIDES bought by
MR. JOHN ELLIOTT SOLICITOR,
BOOKBINDING ! BOOKBINDING !
HAVING recently purchased a
COMPLETE BOOKBINDING PLANT, nd engaged a thoroughly competent workman,
now in a position to undertake
Bookbinding in all its various
This being a new enterprise in the town, L. B. trusts that by the production of first class work, combined with
He may merit the patronage and support
Country orders promptly attended to
Next to Messrs. Cherry and Lowry.
COBB & CO'S
Line of Royal Mail Coaches.
THE COACHES of the above Line will RUN as follows until further notice :
From Blackwater (Northern Railway) to Clermont and Copperfield—on Wednesdays and Saturdays—after arrival of morning train.
From Copperfield (via Clermont) to Black- water—on Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 6 a.m.
From Blackwater to Springsure.—Sundays and Wednesdays, at 5 a.m.
From Sgringsure to Blackwater—Monday, and Thursdays, at 5 a.m.
Parcels booked through to the above- mentioned places at reduced rates.
Office hours from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 to p.m. ; Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
General Agent ... F. C SHAW. Head Office Blackwater.
EXTENSION OF BUSINESS.
W. KASCH begs to inform his
friends and customers that as business is constantly increasing he has greatly
ENLARGED HIS PREMISES,
And taken as a Partner
N. P. JORGENSEN, UPHOLSTERER, Who will specially attend to the Upholstery
Department, Coach-trimming, &c.
Kasch and Jorgensen
Have always on hand a large
STOCK OF FURNITURE & BEDDING,
Both Imported and Manufactured, on the
THE LOWEST PRICES.
KASCH & JORGENSEN,
Next to "Northern Argus" Office.
IT is hereby notified for public infor-
mation, that the Land Commissioner for the Rockhampton District will hold Sittings, in pursuance of the 11th section of " The Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1876," as follows:—
At Rockhampton on the second
Monday in every month.
All business in connection with selections under "The Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1868 " will be dealt with on the above days.
C. E. WODEHOUSE,
Land Commissioner. Land Office,
Rockhampton, June 21, 1877.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Cheap Light and Ventilation !
GET your Sashes and Doors from the manu-
facturer, and make your openings to the sizes given below, and save fitting and 50 per
cent on cost.
CEDAR SASHES (PER PAIR),
(Glazed with Chance's sheet glass.)
| | | Wholesale Size of Glass. | Size of Opening. | | Price.
| | s. | d.
10in. x 8in. | 3ft. 9¾in. x 2ft 4in. ... | 9 | 0 12in. x 10in. | 4ft. 5¾in. x 2ft. 10in. ... | 10 | 0 14in. x 10in. | 5ft. 1¾in. x 2ft. 10in. ... | 11 | 6
4-PANEL DOUBLE-MOULDED DOORS. 6ft. 6in. x 2ft. 6in. (pine), 14s. 6d. 6ft. 8in. x 2ft. 8in. (pine), 16s. 6ft 10in. x 2ft. 10in. (pine), 17s.
Cedar French Light, | 7ft. x 3ft., from 32s.
" " | 7ft. x 3ft. 4n., from 34s.
Odd sizes of Sashes and Doors charged extra.
Cheapest house in town for WINDOW and STAINED GLASS.
Sash and Door Factory
Rimmel's Choice Perfumery. RIMMEL'S TOILET VINEGAR, a pleasant tonic and refreshing adjunct to the Toilet and Bath, a reviving scent and a powerful disinfectant. For warm climates it is
Rimmel's Celebrated Lavender Water.
Rimmel's Treble Distilled Eau De Cologne. Rimmel's Much Improved Floride Water.
Rimmel's Jockey Club, and other fragrant perfumes.
Rimmel's Lime Juice and Glycerine gives the hair a beautiful gloss without greasing it, nourishes the roots, and imparts an agreeable
coolness to the head.
Rimmel's Pure White Glycerine Soap, Brown Windsor, Honey, Almond, Lettuce, Coal-Tar, and other Soaps in bars or cakes.
Rimmel's Velvetine, Violet, Rice, Rose-Leaf, and other Toilet Powders, in boxes and packets.
Rimmel's Aquadentine cleans, whitens, and preserves the Teeth, refreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the Breath.
Rimmel's Photochrome, for imparting to the Hair or Beard a perfectly natural and per-
N.B.—All Rimmel's Prepar- ations will bear henceforth the
annexed Trade Mark.
E. RIMMEL, Perfumer by appointment to H.R.H, the Princess of Wales, 96, Strand
"FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
CLARKE'S world-famed BLOOD
Trade Mark—" Blood Mixture."
The great blood purifier and restorer, for cleansing and clearing the blood from all im- purities, cannot be too highly recommended.
For scrofula, scurvey, skin diseases, and sores of all kinds it is a never-failing and permanent
It cures old sores
Cures ulcerated sores on the neck Cures ulcerated sore legs
Cures blackheads, or pimples on the face Cures scurvy sores
Cures cancerous ulcers
Cures blood and skin diseases Cures glandular swellings
Clears the blood from all impure matter From whatever cause arising.
As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to
test its value.
Thousands of testimonials from all parts.
CURE OF SCROFULOUS SORES.
"Trinity-street, Somethwick, near Birming-
" Mr. CLARKE, SIR,—My husband, I am glad to say, is quite cured, and is now able to attend to his business. His complaint was scrofulous sores; and he had been bad about eight years. He went, to several doctors, and spent many pounds in trying different remedies, but still grew worse, and had kept his bed for the last two years, except a few hours at intervals. The discharge from the sores made him so weak, every one thought him in consumption. We tried to get him in several institutions, but they would not admit him, as I believe they thought him past cure, the sores extended nearly all over his back and chest. It took one hour each day to dress the wounds, and the pain almost took his reason away. Nothing did him any good until we heard of your Blood Mixture. My husband is well known here ; he is a house agent and collector. The people are quite astonished, and it has induced many to try the Mixture. You are at liberty to make any use of this you please. Accept our grateful thanks. I am, very respectfully,
Sold in Bottles, 2s. 6d. each, and in Cases containing six times the quantity, 11s. each— sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority of long-standing cases, by all chemists and patent medicine vendors throughout the
Sole Proprietor, F. J. CLARKE, Chemist pothecaries' Hall, Lincoln, England.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER is used
by thousands of families, for raising Bread, with half the trouble and in quarter the time required with Yeast.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER make
delicious hot digestive Tea Cakes in a few minutes, and Norfolk Dumplings better than yeast.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER.—With
this article small loaves of Bread can be
made in a few minutes, if placed in a quick
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER.—In-
valuable at the diggings and in the bush, where Yeast is not to be got.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER saves
eggs and butter in making puddings and pastry, and prevents indigestion.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER, as used
in the Arctic Expeditions, and by the armies in the Crimea and China, will keep for years in a dry place. Awarded three Gold Medals for excellence of quality.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER will
secure the following important results :— Bread will be made cheaper, more digestive, and in one-fourth the time ; Puddings and Pastry will be made light, wholesome, and delicious, with half the usual quantity of eggs and butter ; and flour will be converted into Tea Cakes, Buns, Sally Lunns, Norfolk Dump- lings, &c., in a few minutes, at a trifling cost.
Sold by Storekeepers in 1d. and 2d. packets, and
6d. and 1s. patent boxes.
Wholesale of G. BORWICK & SON Chiswell-street, London.
BREAKFAST. — " By a thorough
knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition and by a careful application of the fine proper- ties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has pro- vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of ubtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack where their is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."—See article in the Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold in packets (in tins for abroad) labelled:
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
48, Threadneedle-street, and 170, Piccadilly
Works Euston Road and Camden Town,
HENRY BEIT & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
LIBERAL ADVANCES made on STA- TIONS, STOCK, WOOL, and other PRO- DUCE entrusted to them for sale or shipment.
All business connected with stations, &c, undertaken on the most liberal terms. 62 Margaret-street, Sydney
BEST PAINT IN THE WORLD
Gold Medal from California State Agricultura
Silver Medal from Nevada State Agricultural
Bronze Medal from New South Wales Agricul-
Gold Medal from Oregon State Agricultural
Diplomas from—California State Agricultural
Society, 1875 ; Mechanics' Institute Indus- trial f air, 1875; Santa Clara Valley Agricultural Society, 1876 ; San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Society, 1876 ; Sonoma and Marin Dist. Agricultural Society, 1876.
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT CO.,
BUZACOTT & ARMSTRONG,
Sole Agents for Queensland and N. S. Wales.
ARTHUR BELL & CO.,
TO Ready Money Purchasers who
wish the BEST VALUE for their money.
PAY A VISIT TO
THE BEE HIVE,
And see the BARGAINS to be got in CALICOES
SHEETINGS &c. &c. &c.
All new, seasonable, and useful goods at
Calicoes at 2s. 11d., 3s. 11d., 4s. 9d., 5s. 6d., 5s. 11d , 6s. 6d., and 7s. 6d. for 12 yards. Usual price, from 4d. to 9½d. per yard.
Prints at 3s. 11d., 4s. 6d., 4s. 11d., and 5s. 9d., the dress. Muslins, from 4s. 11d. the
Fancy Dresses (newest and most fashionable styles), all at Reduced Prices,
Men's Tweed Trousers (a splendid line), at
9s. 6d. per pair ; worth 14s. 6d. Men's Drill Trousers, from 3s. 6d.
Men's Oxford Shirts (with collars), 3s. 11d.
Remnants ! Remnants !
At greatly reduced prices.
Trimmed Hats, 2s. 11d., 3s. 11d., 4s. 11d
W. P. WALKER,
THE BEE HIVE.
Highest Award and Prize Medal Philadelphia
WELLINGTON KNIFE POLISH
India Rubber Knife Boards.
JOHN OAKEY & SONS,
Oakey's Silversmith's Soap,
For cleansing and polishing silver, electro-plate, plate glass, etc. Tablets 8d. each.
Oakey's Wellington Knife Polish,
Prepared expressly for the Patent Knife Cleaning Machines, India Rubber and Buy
Leather Knife Boards. Knives constantle
cleaned with it have a brilliant polish equal to new cutlery. Sold in packets, 3d. each ; and tins 6d., 1s., 2s. 6d., and 4s. each.
Oakey's India Rubber Knife Boards Prevent friction in cleansing and injury to the knife. Price from 1s. 6d. each. Oakey's Wel- lington Knife Polish should be used with the
Sold by Grocers, Ironmongers, Brushmakers. Oilmen, Chemists, and storekeepers generally, Wholesale by
JOHN OAKEY & SONS,
Emery Cloth, Black Lead, Cabinet
Glass Paper, &c,
Wellington Mills Westminster Bridge Road,
THE WORLD'S FRIEND !
To Purify the Blood.
These Pills have been placed, by the common consent of all nations, at the head of all remedies for purifying the blood, and cleansing all the tissues of the body. They have saved thousands year after year from falling a sacrifice to dis- orders of the stomach, dysentery, diarræha, con- stipation, liver complaints, &c., a fact attested by myriads of witnesses. Excessive weakness and debility are overcome, and every organ throughout the system ie re-animated with vigour and healthful action by this restorative and exhilarating medicine.
No medicine can be so infallibly relied upon for removing all obstructions as these Pills. They never fail to restore a healthy action throughout the system. Holloway's Pills soon change the sickly and sallow complexion, thus renewing the bloom of health. To females entering into womanhood, or at the turn of life, these Pills will be found invaluable. They should be taken two or three times a week, as a safeguard against dropsy, headaches, palpita- tions of the heart, and all nervous affections, so distressing at certain periods.
All Disorders affecting the Liver, Stomach
These Pills can be confidently recommended as the most simple and certain remedy for indigestion, flatulency, acidity, heartburn, colic constipation, and all the many maladies result- ing from disordered stomach or bowels. These Pills are purifiers, alteratives, and strengtheners of the stomach. They may be taken under any circumstances. Though powerfully tonic, and satisfactorilly aperient, they are mild in their operation and beneficial to the whole system.
Influenza, Diphtheria, Bronchitis, Cough
In our changeable climate few persons escape without colds, sore throats, influenza, diptheria or bronchitis, for all of which these famous corrective Pills may be taken with the certainty of effecting a cure. While the Pille are ex- pelling all impurities from the body generally Holloway's Ointment should be well rubbed upon the chest and throat: it will penetrate the skin, reduce inflammation, and restore lasting
Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known a the world for the following diseases :—
Ague, Asthma, Bilious Complaints, Bowe Complaints, Constipation of the Bowels, Con eumption, Debility, Dysentery, Erysipelas Female Irregularities, Fevers of all kinds, Fits Gout, Headache, Indigestion, Inflammations Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Lumbago, Piles Rheumatism, Scrofula, Sore Throats, Stone and Gravel, Secondary Symptoms, Tic-Douloureux Tumours, Ulcers, Venereal Affections Weakness, from whatever cause, &c., &c.
Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 533, Oxford Street (late of 244, Strand, near Temple Bar), London ; also by all respectable Druggists and Dosiers in Medicines throughout the civilised world, at the following prices:—1s. 1½d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., 22s.
and 33s. each box.
*** There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes.
N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patients on every disorder are affixed to each Box.
DYSESTERY, CHOLERA, FEVER AGUE
COUGHS, COLDS. &c.
F. F. BUDDEN, People's Ware-
house, East-street, Rockhampton.
CHERRY & LOWE
PRODUCE MERCHANTS AND GROCERS
MEIKLE & STEWART, Drapers
and Clothiers, East-street, Rockhampton.
STEWART & LUCAS,
Drapers, "Criterion," East-street, Rock- hampton.
TOBACCONIST and NEWS AGENT, COPPERFIELD.
WOOD AND WOOD
A.S.N. CO.'S AGENTS,
RECEIVING, FORWARDING, & CUSTOM
JAMES THOMSON STOCK, STATION, FORWARDING, AND COMMISSION AGENT. All country orders promptly attended to.
Stock, Station, and Forwarding Agent,
prepared to negociate sales of Stock and Station
on the most liberal terms.
All kinds of station and country agency busi- ness promptly transacted.
Liberal advances made on Wool and other produce consigned to him for sale or shipment,
Squatters' Exchange, Rockhampton.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL
Large and varied stock always on hand. D. WILEY
NEAR RAILWAY STATION.
Sashes, Doors, Casements, &c.
LOWEST PRICES. GOOD WORKMANSHIP.
MISS TANNOCK, Dress & Mantle
Maker, East-street, next door to J. Kingele, Jeweller.
R. L. DIBDIN
Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer and Commission Agent (established 1865) Central Auction Rooms, East-street.
G. S. CURTIS (successor to
Wormald), General Auctioneer and Agent. Business established 1859.
JOHN W. WILSON,
N.B.—Town & Building Allotments Surveys
GEO. B. SHAW,
FITZROY STREET, ROCKHAMPTON.
J. H. MULRY, Coach Painter, Apply at DONALD FRASER'S,
KELLAWAY & LEE
DUARINGA & WESTWOOD,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL STOREKEEPER,
WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
S. T. MORRIS
Steam Aerated Waters and Cordial
Firewood in Billets and Split, cut to an length
Coffee roasted and ground. Corn cracked.
JOHN BRIDGE, WOOL AND PRO-
DUCE AUCTIONEER, Live Stock, Station, and Land Agent. Offices—177, Pitt-street, Sydney. Wool Warehouses—Circular Quay Sale Yards for Stock—Homebush and Sydney.
J. T. C. RANKEN, STOCK AND STATION AGENT, Bourke, is prepared to
give attention to all business matters that may be entrusted to his charge. Agent for—Messrs. Ryan and Hammond, Melbourne ; Messrs. Dal, Campbell, Hepburn, and Co., Melbourne; Messrs. Wilkinson, Hann, Minchin, and Co., Sydney; Messrs. B. D. Morehead and Co.,
HARRISON, JONES, & DEVLIN
STOCK and STATION AGENTS, Wool Brokers Auctioneers, and Cattle Salesmen.
Wool Stores, Circular Quay; Sale Yards Homebush and Sydneys; Offices Bell's Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney.
Liberal Advances made on all Produce Stock consigned to us.
F. L. BARKER, Wool and Produce Auctioneer, Stock, Station, and Com- mission Agent. Offices: Terry's Chambers, 130, Pitt-street. Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Immediate advances (when required) on Wool, Tallow, Hides, Leather, Tin, and all other Colonial Produce, for sale in Sydney or Shipment, Public Sales are held each week as under :—Wednesdays, Leather ; Thursdays, Wool and Sheepskins ; and on Fridays, Hides, Tallow, Oil, Horns, &c. Account Sales promptly rendered, and every attention paid to the interests of constituents. Sales of Store or Fat Stock negotiated in this and the adjoining colonies, and station supplies purchased and
forwarded on the usual terms.
P. MITCHELL,¶WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, 318 George-street, (5 doors from Hunter- street), Sydney, begs to inform his Rockhampton friends and old customers that he imports all his valuable STOCK of GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, by Cross and Rotherhams, and all other celebrated makers, direct from the
manufacturers, and is therefore in a position to sell at greatly Reduced Prices.
The most magnificent STOCK of FINE GOLD and DIAMOND JEWELLERY in the colony constantly on hand.
Every description of Jewellery made to order
on the premises.
Parcels sent carefully per post.
ROCKHAMPTION.—Printed by C. H. Buzacott, sole pro-
prietor, at the BULLETIN Machine Printing Office Denham-street, January 8, 1878.