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Shipping.

USTRALASIAN STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY. TO SYDNEY

Ww»TWORTH,Saturday, 12th instant, 12 noon. Balclutha, Tuesday, 16th instant, 12 noon. Katoomba, Friday, 18th instant. TO MELBOURNE

Wentworth and Balclutha will take Pissen ger« and Cargo to be transhipped at Sydney.

TO ROCKHAMPTON, BROADSOUND, and

MACKAY

Yaralla, Wednesday, 23rd instant.

TO MARYBOROUGH, BUNDABERG, GLAD

STONE, a»d ROCKHAMPTON

Queensland, Tuesday, 15th instant, 4 p.m.,

free of wharfage at Maryborough.

TO MARYBOROUGH and ROCKHAMPTON

Leichhardt, Saturday, 12th instant, 12 noon. TO BOWEN, TOWNSVILLE, CARDWELL

(see foot-note*), CAIRNS, PORT DOUG LAS, and COOKTOWN, calling at Keppel ï Bay and Flat-top Inland to land Mails and ,?* Passengers

" Alexandra, Saturday, 12th instant, 11 a.m.

* Cargo and passengers for Cardwell will be transhipped at Townsville,

TO LEVUKA, Fiji, from Sydney

Steamer on anira! of San Francisco Mail.

TO NOUMEA, New Caledonia, from Sydney

Steamer oa arrival of Suez Mail.

Nomofc-Cargo cannot be received for «hip» meat later than one hour before departure of Steamers, WM. WILLIAMS,

Local Manager.

TUE AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGA-

TION COMPANY.

Notice to Passengers per Wentworth, s., for

Sydney and Melbourne.

1HE Steamer BOKO or FRAN

CIS CADELL will leave the Company's Wharf, to convey Mails and Passengers to meet the Wentworth, s., at the Bar, at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY, 12th

Instant.

WM. WILLIAMS,

4338 Local Manager.

STEAM TO SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE.

1HE M.S.S. Company intend

despatching the Splendid Fast

1 Steamship

THE CLARENCE,

Edward Boult, Commander,

taking Passengers and Cargo for above porto,

THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at 12 noon, l'or paiticuîare, apply to

WM. HOWARD SMITH,

4832 Government Wharves, Petrie'B Bight.

J TEAM TO MARYBOROUGH.

The undersigned will despatch the S.S. DERWENT for Mary- borough, TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), at S p.m. Cargo now being received.

WM. HOWARD SMITH,

4214 Petrie'B Bight.

STEAM TO SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, MARYBOROUGH AND ROCKHAMPTON.

TOE M.S.S. Company intend _ despatching their Steamers from - GOVERNMENT WHARVES, Petrie's Bight, for the above Ports, as stated

FOR SYDNEY and MELBOURNE The Clarence Kktlawarra

Derwent

Edwd. Boult J. H. South

H.B. Bristowe

THIS DAY,

12 noon.

To-morrow

(SATURDAY),

April 12,

12 noon. Early. FOR MARYBOROUGH

Derwent ...

H.B. Bristow«

SATURDAY,

(To-morrow,)

at 3 p.m. FOR ROCKHAMPTON

The Clarence | Edito. Boult | Early.

This Company's Steamers leave SYDNEY for MELBOURNE, and viceversa, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, when practicable. They are ' VICTUALLED by the OWNERS.

Goods received for shipment daily.

WM. HOWARD SMITH,

1131 Government Wharves, Petrie's Bight.

ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.

FOR LONDON, VIA THE SUEZ CANAL.

1HE Steamers of this line being

built for carrying passengers on long ocean voyages, are each of about 4000 tons and make the passage in about 40 days.

The next departures will be as follow :

- | From Sydney. | From Melbourne CHIMBORAZO CUZCO

May 5.

June 6.

May 14.

June 14.

Passage money, £16 to 70 guineas. Canal dues, 8s. in addition.

For further particulars, apply, in London, to F. Green & Co., and Anderson, Anderson, & Co., Managers of the Orient Steam Navigation Com-

pany, limited ;

in Sydney, to Gilchrist, Watt, & Co.; and

In Brisbane, to B. D. MOREHEAD & CO. 1138

Building (Society.

BRISBANE PERMANENT BENEFIT

BUILDING AND INVESTMENT

SOCIETY.

Established 1R7¿

OmcE : Atiwaidk-stbebt, Bribbanb.

Paid-up Capital . .£44,440 Contributing Capital ... £136,580

Bonus annually declared 4 per cent., making a

total of '13 per cent, interest per annum, to

Investors.

SHARES, £20.

Contributing Shares : Entrance-fee, 6d. per share.

Subscriptions :

Investing Shares, Is. per fortnight.

Borrowed Shares, 2s. 3d. per fortnight. Fully Paid-up Shares, £20 each.

Chairman:

James R. Dickson, Esq., M.L.A.

Trustees : Hon. James Swan, M.L.C. ¡ Hiram Wakefield, Esq., J.P. ; George Hall,

B q., J.P.

Directors : The Hon. Wm. Thornton, M.L.C. ; R. Fleming, Esq. J.P. ; and W. J. F, Cooksley,

Esq., J.P.

Surveyor and Aechtteot :

Richard Gailey, Esq.

INVESTORS' Accounts are credited with 8 per

cent, interest annually, and by giving one month's notice, at any time, the principal sum, together with interest and profit to credit, may

be withdrawn.

Borrowers are charged 10 per cent, interest.

Loans can be repaid at any time without retiring charges.

Shares paid up to the full extent of £20 each are allowed interest at the rate of 8 per cent., payable haH-yearly.

All classes of shares participate in the profits, which are divided annually.

Full information can be obtained and shares taken up on application at the offices.

JOHN L. BALE,

«-268 Secretary.

_Removals._

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

MR. L. RODWAY, Surgeon-dentist, has

REMOVED to Hodgson-terrace, George itreetj near Government House. 3820

Entertainments.

QUEENSLAND THEATRE.

Sole Lessee . Ma. James Thynnb. Stage Manager. Mb. Alex. Thomson.

LAST APPEARANCE !

LAST APPEARANCE ! And Farewell Performance of

MR. SAM EMERY.

T

0-M0RROW (SATURDAY), APRIL 12.

FOR THE LAST TIME,

Buckstone'B Sparkling Comedy, in Three Acta,

MARRIED LIFE.

Mr. Coddle . Mr. SAM EMERY.

Concluding with the Fairy Farce, CREATURES OF IMPULSE.

Front Seats, 3s.; Second Seats, 2s.; Pit, Is.

Box Office at Mr. F. T. F. Kepgh's, Stationer, where Reserved Seats may be secured, price 4«. Doors open at 7.30 ; Overture at 8 Bharp.

_433S

SOUTHPORT PIGEON MATCH.

To be held on SATURDAY, April 12.

THE SHOOTING will commence at 9 a.nx,

and continue up to 1 p.m., when an ad- journment will take place for luncheon. The resumption of shooting at 3 o'clock.

In addition to the SweepBtake to be shot for in the First Match, a SILVER CUP will be presented by Robert Muir, Esq., to the winner thereof. 4011

Excursions.

EXCURSION TO THE BAY. SATURDAY AFTERNOON.

THE Steamer SETTLER will leave D. L.

Biown's wharf on SATURDAY, April 12, at 2 p.m.

Music on board. Fares, Is. each.

427S_E. MELLOR.

EASTER MONDAY.

EXCURSION TO THE BAY.

THE AS.N. Company's Steamer QUEENS-

LAND will leave the Company's Wharf,

at 9 a.m. on

EASTER MONDAY,

for a Trip to the Bay, returning same day.

Fares, 4s. each. Only a limited numher taken._4005

EASTER MONDAY.

EXCURSION TO MORETON ISLAND.

THE Steamer BOKO will leave Bright Bros,

and Co.'s Wharf at 9 a,m. on the above named day, on an Excursion to off Moreton Island, returning in time to land passengers before dark. Fare, 3s. 4095

Funeral Notices.

HE Friends of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH

CRABB aro respectfully invited to at- tend her Funeral, which is appointed to leave her residence, Kangaroo Point, THIS (Fri- day) MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock.

W. BARRETT (late G. B. Petrie), Under taker. 4337

Religious Announcement

ALL SAINTS CHURCH.

GOOD FRIDAY.

MORNING SERVICE, 11 a,m. Preacher :

the Venerable the Archdeacon. Litany, 3 p.m.

Evening Prayer, 7 p.m.

EASTER SUNDAY.

Holy Communion, Choral, 8 a.m.

Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7 p.m.

The Offertories on Easter Sunday will be pre-

sented to the Incumbent.

P. A. KOB,

4309 For the Churchwardens.

ST. THOMAS' CHURCH,

South Brisbane.

THE OFFERTORY on EASTER SUNDAY

will be presented to the Incumbent.

E. D. R. ROSS COLONEL, Churchwarden.4305

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.

THE OFFERTORY on EASTER SUNDAY

will be presented to the Rector,

H. V. HASSELL,

4263 For the Churchwardens.

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.

THE Annual MEETING of PEWHOLDERS

will be held in St. John's Vestry on EASTER TUESDAY, April 15, at 7.30 p.m.

A full attendance is requested.

H. V. HASSELL,

4304 For the Churchwardens.

Public Companies.

QUEENSLAND INSURANCE

COMPANY, Limited,

Queen-street, Brisbane.

CAPITAL. £120,000.

Directors :

L. A. Bebnats, EBq., F.L.S., Chairman

George Cowlishaw, Esq., Deputy-Chairman Thomas Bird, Esq.

Hon. James F. Garrick, Esq., M.L.A. John Guthrie, Esq.

Theodore Unmack, Esq.

THIS COMPANY offers the following

advantages to the Insured]:

1st Low Rate«

2nd. Prompt and Liberal Settlement« 8rd. Unquestionable Security,

4th. Ali, Funds Invested ra thb Colony. Sth. It betno a Local Office.

AGENCIES in all the principal Towns of the

Colony.

CHAS. J. TRUNDLE,

Secretary, 2678

Business Cards.

HOMOOPATHIC PHARMACY.

H

LEAKE, HOMOEOPATHIC CHEMIST

91, Edward-stbeet, Brisbane.

Medicines, Books, &c. Advice gratis. 116

MR. GEORGE T. MCDONALD (late District

Surveyor, Victoria), Licensed Surveyor. Land, Engineering, and Mining Surveys effected. Office-23 Queon-Btreet. 1977

PALING, KAYE, & JEFFERIE S,

Pianoforte, Cabinet Orqan,

Harmonium and Music Warehouse

QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE 2283

[Card.J

IMON FRASER,

Auctioneer, Valuator,

Commission and Financial Aqent,

QUEEN-STREET.

Established 1863. 7194

JOHN SANDS, Wholesale Stationer and

Printers' Broker, 150 Edward-street, Brisbane, and at London and Sydney Wholesale only. 5976

S

Public Notices.

GOOD FrtlDAY AND EASTER MONDAY.

THIS DAY and MONDAY Next, being GOOD

FRIDAY and EASTER MONDAY, and PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, the Office of this paper will remain CLOSED until 6 o'clock in the even- ing of each day.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

THE undersigned give notice that their Pre-

mises will be CLOSED from the afternoon of THURSDAY, the 10th, to the morning of TUESDAY, the 15th inBtant.

BRIGHT BROa & CO.

Brisbane, April 7,1879. _4238

rilHE undersigned notify that their OFFICES X will be CLOSED from FRIDAY, 11th instant, until MONDAY, the 14th instant, both

inclusive.

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO. Mary-street, Brisbane, April 3, 1879. 4014

QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

rflHE Queen Insurance Company's Offices will X be CLOSED THURSDAY, April 10, at Ö p.m., till TUESDAY MORNING, April lu.

THOMAS LOCKWOOD,

4266_Manager.

EASTER HOLIDAYS. ~

F LAVELLE BROS. 4 ROBERTS and SNOW

BROS, will CLOSE their respective Estab- lishments from THURSDAY Evening to TUES DAY Morning._4290

SERVANTS' HOME.

A COMMITTEE of Ladies in charge of the

Servants' Home desire to make known that the HOME has been RE-OPENED for the reception of respectable female domestic serr vants out of employment.

A Registry and Hiring Office is attached to the Home, and will be open every day (Sundays excepted) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Walton terrace, Adelaide-Btreet, opposite the Normal School 3359

' NONPAREIL OYSTER SALOON.

THOMAS SPILSBURY desires to inform the

public that he ia now carrying on the butinées of a RESTAURANT and OYSTER SALOON in the premises in Queea-Btreet known as the NONPAREIL OYSTER SALOON, and hopes, by unremitting attention to the wishes of his customers, to obtain LIBERAL

PATRONAGE.

Luncheon daily from 12 to 2 p.m. Tea and Coffee always ready.

A Private Room for Ladies and Families, waited on by Mrs. Spibbury.

Charges moderate._4130

L,ost, Ucwuras, Ace

ii-l REWARD.-LOST, LEVER WATCH in ¿uJL Queen-street; maker's name, Robert Hislop, Peebles. Apply "Courier" Office. 4258

Government Advertisements.

SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY.

NOTICE.

Commissioner for Railways' Office,

Brisbane, April 10,1879.

NOTICE is hereby given that the GOODS

TRAIN, advertised to leave Brisbane at 1.35 p m. (carrying Passengers as far as Oxley), will NOT RUN on SATURDAYS until further notice,

A. O. HERBERT,

4320 Commissioner for Railways.

TENDERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS.

Department of Public Works,

Brisbane, April 7,1879.

TENDERS aro invited for the following

Public Works. For full particulars, see Government Gazette (No, 70), a file of which is kept at every Police Office in the colony.

Nature of Work.

Dato of Qatettt

containing

original notice.

Onto to which

Uitilcrs can be received.

Court-house, Ta-

room

Boatman's Cottage,

Custom-house, Port Douglas

Additions, Dunwich

Benevolent Asy-

lum

1879.

April 5. April 5. April 5.

187».

May 16. May 2.

April 2B. JOHN M. MACROSSAN. Legal Notices.

In the Supreme Court of Queensland.

Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction.

In the GOODS of WILLIAM CLUNES, the

Elder, late of Gordon Bush, Rosenthal, War- wick, in the Colony of Queensland, Selector, Deceased, Intestate.

NOTICE is hereby given that, after the ex-

piration of fourteen days from the pub- lication hereof, application will bo made to the said honorable Court that LETTERS OF AD- MINISTRATION of all the goods, chattels, credits, and effects of the above-named Wil- liam Clunes, deceased, who died Intestate, may be granted to WILLIAM CLUNES, of Gordon Bush aforesaid, Selector, the Eldest Son of the

said deceased.

Dated at Warwick this 4th day of April, A.D.

1879.

HENRY BOYLE, Palmerin-street, Warwick, Proctor for the said William Clunes. By his Agent, P. Macpherson, Queen-street, Bris- bane. 4814

Insolvency Notices.

In the Supreme Court of Queensbnd.

In Insolvency.

In Forma PAurERis,

ROBERT COX, of Spring Hill, Brisbane,

Stonemason, was adjudged Insolvent on the 9th day of April, 1879.

The First Meeting of Creditors will be held at the Principal Resistry, Brisbane, on the 21st day of April, 1879, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon.

Until the election of a Trustee, all persons having in their possession any of the effects of the Insolvent mnst deliver them, and all debts due to the Insolvent must be paid, to Mr. GEORGE HENRY NEWMAN, the Official Trustee in the Estate. Creditors must forward their proofs of debtB to the Official Trustee.

W. LAMBERT FOWLES,

Principal Registrar in Insolvency.

W. G. NORRIS, Insolvent's Solicitor, Queen street, Brisbane. _4312

In the Supreme Court of Queensland.

In Insolvency.

In the MATTER of LUCIEN SIGISMUND

BUISSON, an Insolvent.

THE Court has appointed the LAST EXAMI-

NATION of the Insolvent to take place at Warwick, before the Police Magistrat«, on the 28th day of April instant.

Dated this 7th day of April, 1879.

WILLIAM BELL,'

Deputy-Registrar.

P. MACPHERSON, Insolvent's Solicitor. 4315

VOLUNTEER LAND -ORDERS.

HIGHEST CASH PRICE given foi VOLUN-

TEER LAND ORDERS.

J B. ELLIS & CO., Queen-Btreet. »3

noteis.

GOVERNOR BLACKALL HOTEL,

RUSSELL-BTRKÍT, TOOWOOMBA.

MR. WM. H. PERKINS, the Proprietor of

the above Hotel, wishes to call the atten- tion of Gentlemen travelling for business houses throughout the colony to the splendid accommo- dation afforded them at his Hotel. He has just fitted up a new Sample-room, measuring 38ft. by 17ft, with every requisite for the display of merchandise, &c Also new bath-rooniB, and various other improvements which will tend to the comfort of his guest«.

3906 W. H. PERKINS.

Drapery and Clothing.

EDWARDS & CHAPMAN'S

SHIPMENTS !

SHIPMENTS !

SHIPMENTS I

Of the NeweBt and most Fashionable DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ka, kc, aro now On View at the QUEENSLAND DRAPERY HOUSE.

The success attending their efforts since com- mencing business has placed them in a position to take advantage of the unprecedented low prices ruling in the Home and Foreign Market«, enabling them to give the best possible value obtainable. They have purchased largely, and are determined to give the public the full benefit of their speculations.

Judging from the extent and variety of the Goods exhibited, customers will have no difficulty in making their purchases. Besides, a re- arrangement of the departments on the ground floor obviates the inconvenience of ovorcrowding.

They beg to draw attention to tho following startling lines for the

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

172 Pieces Brocaded Ribbon, 4b. Öd. per piece of

l8 yards, or 3Jd. per yard

96 Pieces Plain-centre Friuged-edge French

Ribbon, 7b. 6d. per piece of l8 yardB, or 6d. per yard

60 Dozen Dent, Alcroft, and Co.'s Celebrated

Kid Gloves, Black, White, and Colored, best quality, 2s. fid. per pair

36 Dozen Dent, Àlcroft, and Co.'s Celebrated

Kid Gloves, 4 buttons, White and Colored, best quality, 3s. per pair

200 Doeen Children's Printed Pockethandker

chiefs, hemmed and washed, 2s. Cd. per dozen SO Dozen Ladies' Fina French Cambric Hand-

kerchiefs, Es. Cd. per dosen.

SPECIALITIES. NewW Opened. 1 Case Paris Trimmed Bonnets 1 Case London Trimmed Hats

1 Case Feathers, Flowers, Ac., &c.

1 Case Satin, Plush, Beaver, and Felt Hats,

newest shapes.

1 Case Black and White Straw Hats.

N.B.-For Millinery E. k C. hold the two Bronze Medals of the National Agricultural and Industrial Association of Queensland. Awarded by gentlemen judges, August, 1877. Awarded by lady judges, AuguBt, 1878.

DRESS DEPARTMENT. 1 Case French Poplins, all shades 1 Case Wool Serges, all shades

1 Caso Wool Satin Cloth, all shades 1 Caso Short Lustres, all shades 1 Case Athole Lustres 1 Case Black Lustres

1 Case Black French Merino 1 Case Cabul Cloth

1 Case Euphonia Cloth

1 Case Granville Cords

1 Case Black and Colored French Merino.

An Immense Variety in Every Department.

EDWARDS it CHAPMAN. 4034

Ex STEAMSHIP JOHN ELDER.

i)A PACKAGES.

NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.

BLACK and COLORED SILKS, in otob grain

CACHMERES and GLACES, in all the new

tints and shades

BLACK and COLORED SATINS, in all the new

shadeB and tint«

JAPANESE SILKS, Plain and Striped, all the

new shades

VELVETEENS and VELVETS, in Black and

the new Blindes

Evening, Bridal, Mourning, and Mixed FLOWERS Real LACES, COLLARS, LAPPETS, Etc.

FRILLINGS and PLEATINGS

MILLINERY BONNETS and HATS

COSTUMES, MANTLES, and JACKETS RIBBONS, Plain and Fancy

Double GOSSAMERS, new shades

ROUILLON, first choice, 1, 2, 3, and 4 buttons,

KID GLOVES

SQUARES, SCARVES, FICHUS, ULSTERS,

SHAWLS, Etc.

DRESSING GOWNS, FELT SKIRTS FEATHERS-a Large Assortment

SILK SCARVES, BOWS, LINEN SETS and

CUFFS

A Splendid Assortment of HATS, COSTUMES,

and UNDERCLOTHING NEW CARRIAGE PARASOLS.

As the John Elder, steamship, sailed from London on 28th January last, she brings the LATEST NOVELTIES, which are

NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.

Patterns Free by Post,

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.,

ClTI EXCHANGB,

Brisbane,

_4032

k P. COATS.

& P. COATS' SEWING COTTON.

J& P. COATS' CROCHET AND

, TATTING COTTON.

J& P. COATS' BEST 6-CORD SEWING

COTTON, in Black, White, and all Colors, suitable for any Sewing

Machine

J& P. COATS' COTTONS are unsurpassed

, in quality and finish. To be bad

of all Drapers throughout the

_World_790_

NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THE NAME AND TRADE MARK OF J. & J. CASH CASH'S CAMBRIC FRILLING

is the most durable and satisfactory Trimming for

LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND INFANTS

WARDROBES.

_210

TRADE MARK-On a wreath, a Lion rampant

gardant, holding a Crown proper.

ELLWOODS' PATENT AIR-CHAMBER

HATS AND HELMETS.

The only effectual protection against sunstroke,

To be obtained of all respectable Hatters and Outfitters, and wholesale only of

J. ELLWOOD & SONS,

London,

Beware of useless imitations. 3035

H~! B TJ ii II Ü L L

CONSULTING ENGINEER,

Change Alley, Pitt-street North, Sydney,

Engineer Surveyor to Lloyd's Register for New

South Wales.

Agent for Hathorn Davis and Davey"s Dif- ferential Pumping Engines, Gufcal Ventilator, Martin's Patent Furnace Doors and Bars (the best invention for burning tannery, sugar mill, kc, refuse). 2265

Books« Publications, Stationery.

P.

T. F. KEOGH was Awarded the only

Prizes for

ACCOUNT BOOKS,

COLORED LITHOGRAPHED MAPS,

AND

PAPER RULING,

At the Bowen Park Exhibition, 1878. BOOKSELLER,

NEWSPAPER AGENT,

MANUFACTURING STATIONER,

BOOKBINDER,

ENGRAVER,

EMBOSSER,

HERALDIC AGENT,

LITHOGRAPHER,

PRINTER

PUBLISHER

STATION SUPPLIES of every kind of Sta- tionery always in Stock.

CARD PLATES (Ladies' and Gentlemen's) ongravod, and Cards printed two hours after receipt of order.

AUCTION PLANS, CORDIAL and LOLLY LABELS, SHOW CARDS, &c, designed and Lithographed.

BRASS PLATES, VIEWS of BUILDINGS, INVOICE and NOTE Headings, BUSINESS DIES, CRESTS and MONOGRAMS, engraved in the most artistic manner ; designs submitted for approval.

ILLUMINATED ADDRESSES are n speci- ality of this establishment.

The largest Steam Lithographic Printing Works in Queensland,

140 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE.

NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL LIST.

Yearly Subscription Rates, including postage.

Subscriptions begin at any date-payable in

advance.

NKWSPArEHS. Pemodicaiä

a. (1. Athonranm .

Bell's Ufo .. " 46 0 Bullte .. .. S3 a

European Hall .. li 0

Farmer .. .. 39 0 Field.SO 0 Fun.l8 0 Graphic .. .. 60 0 Home News.. .. 14 0 llhl. London Nowa.. 60 0 Hld. Sporting Nena 60 0 Lancet .. ,. 60 0 Nation (Dublin) .. 27 6 Fall Hall Budget .. 48 0 Public Opinion, .. 24 0 Flinch .. .. 32 0 Queen .. .. 60 6 Saturday Review .. 48 0 Boolaman .. .. 22 0 Bnootator .. ., 48 0 Tho Times (Weekly

Edition) .. .. 24 6 World .. .. 45 0

AMEHICAN.

AltaCaliforniniwkly) 80 a r Harper'» Weekly .. 37 0 Now York Tribuno 30 0

Scientiflo American 84 S I

AUSTRALIAN.

All the Year Bound 19 0 Art Journal.. .. 43 0 Blackwood .. ..44 0 Bow Bolls .. .. IO 0 Boys' Herald ..12 0 CmmII'» Magazine ..14 0 Chambón' Journal 15 0 Cornhill .. .. 21 0 Contomi>orary Ilov, 44 0 Eng. Dom. Magazine 21 0 Family Herald .. 14 0 Good Word».. ..12 0 Loinuro nour .. 12 0 London Journal ..17 0 Myra'e Journal .. 13 0 Nmotconth Century 44 0 Onco n Weok .. 20 0 Sylvia's Journal ..12 0 Templo Bar .. .. 21 0 Wedding Dolls .. 14 0 World of Fashion .. l8 0 Young Ladies' Jour-

nal .19 6

Australian Journal 7 Molbourno Koviow.. 12 Australasian

Australian. .. .. 20 0 Hld. Sydney News.. 14 0 Leodor .. .. 30 0 QiieoiiBlandor ..21 0 Sydney Mall .. 80 0 Town & Country J'l 80 0 Weok.21 0

Newspapers and Magazines not in the abovo List will be promptly procured for Subscribers.

F. T. P. KEOGH,

Brisbane.

Now Ready.

PRICE-ONE SHILLING.

" 1VT ARSÜPIAL B LL;

THE BAD BOY, THE GOOD DOG, AND

THE OLD MAN KANGAROO."

BY J. BRUNTON STEPHENS.

Illustrated by J. A. Clarke.

GORDON & GOTCH, Publishers.

Agents Bbould send in their Orders without delay to avoid disappointment.

Tho original appeared in tho Christmas num- ber of the Queenslander, and is reproduced in this form by the kind permission of Gresley Lukin, Esq._1580 ~TO MERCHANTS, DRAPERS, IRON

MONGERS, and STOREKEEPERS.

PAPER BAGS, Wrapping, Tba, Royal Hand,

and PniNTiNO Papers of every description. Samples and Priced for largo or small quantities forwarded by return post.

WILLIAM ROWNEY,

Paper Merchant, Brisbane,

And 58 City-road, London. 28Ö4

_For Stale._

QUEENSLAND FOUR PER CENT DEBEN

TURES, DUE 1013.

{Interest payable in the Colony Half-Yearly.)

3j\)t/\J\J crued interest. Tenders will be received for the whole, or part, up to G p.m. on TUESDAY next, the 15th instant. Minimum reserve, £88 per oont.

By order of the Directors of the Queensland Insurance Company, Limited.

CHAS. J. TRUNDLE,

Secretary. April 7, 1870. 4187

ON SALE.

10O

CASES CLARET ON SALE.-JOHN F. BUCKLAND. 1887 FOR PRIVATE SALE,

THE thoroughbred imported Arab Entire

BAGHDAD. For further particulars apply 4257_ROBERT MARTIN.

FOR PRIVATE BALE,

ONE of the moût Stylish Ladies' HACKS

within a radius of fifty miles of the city. Apply

4255_ROBERT MARTIN.

HORTICULTURAL ANNOUNCEMENT.

ON SALE, at SIMON ERASER'S MART,

Queen-street, a large and varied Assort- ment of PLANTS (Shrubs, Trees, and Climbers), all in splendid oondition, and at moderate prices,

S. H. EAVES,

5076_Breakfast Creak Nursery. _Meat._

NOTICE.

rpHE SMITHFIELD COMPANY intend to JL commence supplying the public with Meat of the best quality and of all kinds at the pre. mises heretofore occupied by Mr. F. Ramsay, Edward-street, on and after SATURDAY next, March 22, at the following prices for CASH.

Beet.

d.

Mutton,

d.

Hind quarter

. 2i

Leg.

3 Sirloin .

3

Loin chops

3

Rumpsteak

. 3

Neck chops

24

Prime ribs.

a*

Shoulder mutton ..

¡H

Chuck ribs.

2

Fore quarter mutton 1J

Beefsteak.

. 2*

Corned mutton ..

2

Corned round

2*

Hind quarter

24

Corned brisket

. 2

Corned beef

1*

Fresh boiling beef

. H Fore quarter

. ii

Veal Fillets, 5d.; all other joints, 4d.

Pork at current rates.

J. CRAMP Manager 3325

Ironmongery, Ace.

PERRY BROTHERS have now LANDING

and to ARRIVE

LANDING. Ex Decapolis

261 Packages Hardware.

Ex Henry A. Paull, from New York

2-13 Packages Hard and Wood Ware. Ex Selkirkshire

9 Casks White Load

541 Packages Stoves and Castings.

Ex Sirocco

22 Cases Glass.

TO ARRIVE.

Put Rothesay Bay- ^

35 Packages Hardware. Per Qlincaruen

41 Pnckages Bedsteads

C Packages Holloware. P*.]t Birdston

17S Packages Hardware. Per Perthshire

7 CaseB Mathieson's TooIb 34G1 Bars and Bundles Iron

139 Packages Paints and Oil.

PERRY BROTHERS,

103 Queen-street, Brisbane.

Furniture.

PARTIES ABOUT TO FURNISH

WOULD do well to call at

T. RORKE'S,

examine quality of goodB, and ascertain prices, before purchasing elsewhere.

All GoodB are of the very best quality as to materials and workmanship, only the beet seasoned timber being used, and the priceB at the lowest possible re-

munerative rates.

T. R. imports all his own TOILET GLASSES, IRON BEDSTEADS, and WALNUT FURNITURE direct from the manufacturers, and therefore can sell much cheaper than those who have to pay an intermediate profit to wholesale importers.

Ho alBO giveB special attention to the manufacture of BEDDING of all kinds, »Bing only the best materials.

T. RORKE,

CABINETMAKER,

UPHOLSTERER,

AND

BEDDING MANUFACTURER,

Opposite Joint Stock Bank,

QUEEN-STREKT,

BRISBANE.

ESTABLISHED 1868.

4308 Merchandise.

THE UNDERSIGNED ARE THE AGENTS

IN QUEENSLAND FOR

T. BERRY & CO.,LiMiTED-LION ALE, in hogB

heads

E. JOHNSON & CO.-BASS' ALE, in glaBS

E. JOHNSON & CO.-GUINNESS" STOUT, in

stone and glass

B.&E. PERRIER-CnALONS CHAMPAGNE A. Y VON & OABOR1AU, COGNAC-BULK and

BOTTLED BRANDIES

TEXIER, GERARD, & CO., COGNAC-BULK

BRANDY

T. W. LOWNDES, LONDON-KEY BRAND

RUM

T. W. LOWNDES, LONDON-OLD TOM

THOM & CAMERON, GLASGOW-ROB ROY

WHISKY, in glass

ADET, SEWARD, & CO., BORDEAUX-VD

CLARETS

ADET, SEWARD, & CO., BORDEAUX-A VC

BRANDIES

F. W. COSENS, LONDON-SHERRIES

DEETJEN & SCHRODER, HAMBURO-ALE,

in glass

HEWITT & CO., MACKAY-PLEYSTOWE

RUM

J. BRABANT, BREMEN-CIOARS

SCPULL, Jon,, ANTWERP - WINDOW

GLASS, WIRE NAILS, and LAMP CHIM

NEYS

NOBEL'S EXPLOSIVES COMPANY, Limited,

GLASGOW-DYNAMITE

JOHN HALL & SON, LONDON-BLASTING

and SPORTING POWDER

SWALLOW & ARIELL, MELBOURNE

BISCUITS

G. PEACOCK, HOBART TOWN-JAMS

G. H. MAITLAND KING, BRANSCOMBE,

MACKAY-SUGAR

PHILPOTT BROS., BIRRIBI, NERANG

SUGAR

WATT k CO., CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEA.

LAND-HAMS, BACON, and CHEESE

J. H. HOCKER, COLONIAL TOBACCO, Twist

and Tens.

BRABANT k CO.,

90 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE,

AND AT

29 GREAT ST. HELEN'S, LONDON, E.C. 758

E TINSLEY & CO., Mary-street, have

. fresh shipments of BUTTER, CHEESE, POTATOES, OATS, Seed and Feed ; BRAN, POLLARD, and BACON. 4120

ADELAIDE AND VICTORIAN FLOUR

DAWSON'S ADELAIDE FLOUR, in Sacka,

Halves, and Quarters ; and LABY'S VICTORIAN FLOUR, in Sacks-in stock and

to arrive.

PARBURY, LAMB, & CO.,

3871 Agents.

ADELAIDE FLOUR.

DAWSON'S, DUFFIELD'S, and GALT'S

Superline ADELAIDE FLOUR, to arrive, per Bengal, Mary Miller, Southern Belle, and Waverley, in Sacks, Halves, and Quarters.

QUINLAN, GRAY, & CO.,

1710 Agents.

MILTON DISTILLERY COMPANY.

TTERY SUPERIOR OLD RUM, for SALE

172& QUINLAN, GRAY, & CO.

KRUSES INSECTICIDE will cleanse housed,

f urnituro, beds, &c, from all noxious insect pests. Tins, Is. each ; all Wholesale and Retail Chemists. 4542

Furniture.

F

ARMER & CO

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

Is sent post free to any part of the Australian Colonies. It contains nearly 300 drawings made from articles in stock, with plain figure prices affixed, and is the most reliable medium for selecting Furniture by purchasers at a dis tance from Sydney.

Note the address and send for a copy.

FARMER k C O.,

Victoria House,

Pitt and George Streets Sydney.

2567

Wanted.

W

ANTED a young Man as WAITER,

Apply Australian Hotel. 3904

WANTED VOLUNTEER LAND

ORDERS. Highest IVce given. Simo* FiiASKn, Qt'een-stroet. ' 9165

WANTED TRANSFERABLE LANE.

ORDERS. Simon Fraser Queen Bt-«et. $488

ANTED a Female COOK, for Helidon ;

good wagos. Apply W. T. Perkins, British Empire Hotel, Queen-Btreet. 4335

WANTED a few more Smokers to try Pren-

tice's 5s. TOBACCO-a choice brand. G. Prentice, Tobacconist, &c., Edward street. 4306

ANTED a thoroughly efficient BOOK

KEEPER and CORRESPONDENT.

Apply by letter to S. Hoffnung & Co., Queen

street. 4288

ANTED to Reut or Purchase a COTTAGE

with land, North or South Brisbane, or land alone, not too far from town. Address M. S., " Courier " Office.

WANTED Known, MISS KENE carries

on DRESSMAKING, &c, &c, as UBual, at her now shop, Brunswick-street, near corner of Martin-atroet, Fortitude Valloy. 4298

WANTED Residents of Toowong to know

that thoy can obtain the BRISBANE COURIER, delivored Every Morning, from J. C. Smith, Storekeeper, Toowong. 4293

WANTED a competent MEDICAL MAN

for tho Aramac ; married man pre- ferred. Ono thousand a-year guaranteed. Apply to Boyd D. Morehead, Mary-street. S820

WANTED Known, best FIREWOOD,

Houso, Steam, and Smiths' COAL, at the Queensland Coal and Firewood Depot, corner George and Rouin Btreets. D. Jones & Co. 4281 WANTED for a couutry journal, published

threo times a week, a compotent RE- PORTER ; one with a knowledge of shorthand preferred. Apply to Gordon & Gotcm, Queen street. 4230

WANTED to Sell, ALLOTMENTS from £8

upwards iu the Latrobe Estate, Milton ; splendidly situatod ; terms from 10s. to 20s. per month, without interest ; plana free on applica- tion. E. Hooker & Son, 10 Town Hall, Bris, bauo. 4271

Hoard mid Residence.

PRIVATE RESIDENCE for two Gentlemen;

terms modorate. Apply early. HostBf "Courier" Office 4155

To Let.

TO LET, in Margaret-strcot, two four-roomod

COTTAGES ; water laid on. Apply James R. Dickson. 2020

O LET, WOODLAND VILLA, North Quay.

Apply to Georoe Harris & Co., 180 Queen-Btreet. 4134

TO LET,-WAVERLEY COTTAGES, Turbot

street, offGnorgo-stroot. Rent reduced to 10s. per week. JonN Cameron,Town Hall. 2784 TO LET, ono of the best CELLARS in

Queeu-stroot, perfectly dry, and capable of stowiug 300 hogsheads. James R. Dickson. 1029 TO LET, STABLES, SHEDS, &c, with use

of largo yard ; water laid on. Apply to Holmes & Pouter, Burnett-lano. 580

TO LET, a aix-roomed HOUSE, goa and

water laid on, with bath. Apply J. Walters, Plumbor, Charlotto-street. 2418

TO LET, a comfortablo four-roomed COT-

TAGE, with dotachod kitchen, on High- gate Hill. Apply to S. Fraser, Queen street. 431Ö

TO LET, PORTLAND PLACE No. 1, near

the IIoubcs of rarliainont ; immediate possession. Apply to John Crowther, Houso Agent, Town Hal)._4091

rpO LET, a aix-roomed COTTAGE at Bishops X bouruo, Milton, opposite Railway Station ; immediate possession. James R. Dickson, Queen-streot. 4198

TO LET, tho BLACKSMITH'S SHOP and

PREMISES lately occupied by John Stone, Bituato in Petrio's Bight ; rent only 10s. per week. Apply to John Cameron, Town Hall. 3633 T~ 0 LET, the Terrace of seven HOUSES in

George-street, soparatoly or together; each house contains six rooms, kitchen, servantB' and bath rooms ; rent vory moderato. Apply to John Cameron, Town Hall. 3665

TO LET, furaiübed, for six or twelve months,

a vory elegant and comfortablo VILLA RESIDENCE, in the best part of South Bris baño, eminently suitablo for two bachelor gentle- men, or lady and gentleman with small family. Apply to Jamie R DicibON. 3932

TO GRAZIERS, DAIRYMEN.and OTHERS.

-TO LET, for a term, a first-class GRAZING PROPERTY, comprising 1300 acres, all fonced and subdivided into paddocks ; good dwelling-house and other buildings ; dis- tance from Brisbane, only 21 miles ; low renta to a good tenant. J. B. Ellis & Co. 7128

House and Land for Sale.

THE NEWSTEAD ESTATE.

ABOUT 200 ALLOTMENTS STILL FOR

SALE.

JOHN CAMERON,

7150_Town Hall.

TO GERMANS, SMALL SETTLEHS, Etc.

SIMON FRASER is instructed to sell by Pri

vale Contract avery SNUG HOMESTEAD, Bituate about six miles from the city, off the Gympie-road, with a COMMODIOUS HOUSE, PALED-IN GARDEN, SUBDIVIDED PAD DOCKS, suitablo for Small Dairy, Orchard, aft, or for any one in business or office in town,

Title under the Real Property Act. 6818

Sewing Mactiiucs.

'HOME" SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH

SEWING MACHINE.

FOR Simplicity, Strength, and Price, un«

approached by any machine yet invented, and enjoys the laroest sale of any in Australia!

No 1, Hand Machine, Reduced to £4.

No. 2 Machine, for Treadle use, with elegant table, Reduced to £6 5s.

No. 3, with cover to lock, Reduced to £7 7?.

ter AU Genuine Machines have the name of M. Moss & Co. on the steel slide.

GEO. RAFF & CO., Agents for Queensland,

W. KEITH, Ironmonger, Queen -street, Retai' Agent If Br-'sbane and district. 7415

Money

MONEY WANTED.

w

ANTED £12,000 on good security. Apply

FENWICK & CO., Queen-street. 4283

TO LEND, £600 trust funds on mortgage,

City property. Apply C. S. MEIN, Solicitor, Queen-street. 3646

M

OKEY to LEND on Approved Security

JOHN F. BUCKLAND. 136

M

ONEY TO LEND, on approved Seourity

JAMES R. DICKSON. 3780

M

ONEY TO LEND, on approved securitier

SIMON FRASER,

3805 Queen-street.

C1 ASH ADVANCED on Froehold Properties

J Household Furniture, and all descriptions

of Goods for sale.

1 2664 ARTHUR MARTIN,

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