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Shipping.

-*- QTEAM TO IPSWICH, from D. ^Ha-^-io L. Brown's Wharf.-The SET ¿^JUj/gr TLER, on MONDAY, at 10 a.m. The SETTLER, on WEDNESDAY, at 11 a,m.

_Ü. MELLOR.

lEDLAND BAY, CLEVE-

LAND, LOGAN, AND ALBERT RIVER.-The LOUISA,

B., from Hart's Wharf every TUESDAY, at 6 p'm. Cargo received daily. L. CUSACK, Leich hardt-street : J. WOOD, on Wharf, Agent. 7262

USTRALASIAN STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

TO SYDNEY

Egmont, This Day (Saturday), 25th instant,

10 a.m.

Governor Blackall, Monday, 27th instant,

10 a.m.

Elamang, Tuesday, 28th inBtant. TO MELBOURNE

Egmont will take Passengers and Cargo to be transhipped at Sydney.

TO MARYBOROUGH and ROCKHAMPTON

Balclutha, This Day (Saturday), 1 p.m.

TO ROCKHAMPTON, BROADSOUND, and

MACKAY

Yaralla, 48 hours after arrival.

TO MARYBOROUGH, BUNDABERG, GLAD-

STONE, and ROCKHAMPTON

Lady Bowkn, Wednesday, 29th inBtant, 1 p.m. TO BOWEN, TOWNSVILLE, CARDWELL

(see foot-note»), CAIRNS, PORT DOUG- LAS, and COOKTOWN, calling at Keppel Bay and Flat-top Island to land Mails and

PasBengera

Victoria, This Day (Saturday), 25th instant,

10 a.m.

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

TO LEVUKA, Fiji, from Sydney

Steamer on arrival of San Francisco Mail.

TO NOUMEA, New Caledonia, from Sydney

Steamer on arrival of Suez Mail.

Notice.-Cargo cannot be received for ship- ment later than one hour before departure of Steamers. WM. WILLIAMS,

Local Manager.

STEAM TO SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, MARYBOROUGH AND ROCKHAMPTON.

_ :Vi, nnHE M.S.S. Company intend tcÜOtci^ J- despatching their Steamers from ¿MMKr GOVERNMENT WHARVES, Petrie's Bight, for the above Ports, aB stated

FOR SYDNEY and MELBOURNE

Ths Clarence

H. B. Bristowe

FRIDAY,

Slst inBtaDt. FOR MARYBOROUGH AND ROCKHAMP

TON Edina

The Clarence

J. H. South ... H. B. Bristowe

SATURDAY, February 1. , Early.

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

Goods received for shipment daily.

WM. HOWARD SMITH,

6986 Government Wharves, Petrie's Bight.

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

OVERLAND ROUTE TO EUROPE,

THROUGH AMERICA.

Tl

1HE ZEALANDIA, S.S.,

3400 Tons,

will be despatched from SYDNEY at 3 p.m. on THURSDAY, January 30, 1879, to AUCKLAND, HONOLULU, and SAN

FRANCISCO.

Through faro, SYDNEY to LIVERPOOL, £72. For all other information apply to

198_B. D. MOREHEAD & CO.

ORIENT LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.

FOR LONDON, VIA THE SUEZ CANAL.

fTTHE following full . powered . X Steamships, built and fitted

expressly for carrying Passengers on long ocean voyages, are each of about 4000 tonB register, and make the voyages in about forty days. They are fitted with punkahs, attached to the main engine -, and steam heating apparatus on the most approved principle, and are thoroughly ventilated for the tropics.

They will be despatched as follows :

- | From Sydney. | From Melbourne LUSITANIA GARONNE

JOHN ELDER

February 5. March 7. April 4.

February 15. March 15. April 15.

Fares:

Firet Saloon.60 to 75 Guineas. Second Saloon.35 Guineas.

Third Class (enclosed cabinB)... 20 to 22 Guineas. Open Berths (for men only) ... £16.

. Canal Dues, 8s. in addition.

Passages from London can be granted here.

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.

STEAM TO EUROPE, INDIA, CHINA, AND

JAPAN, VIA TORRES STRAITS.

THE EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL

STEAM COMPANY, Limited.

^HE Company's Steamer

MENMUIR,

1840 Tons, 260 Horse-power (nomi- nal), J. W. B. Darke, Commander, will be despatched, carrying her Mnjesty's mails, for Singapore, via Torres Straits, calling at Keppel Bay, Bowen, Townsville, Cooktown, and Thurs- day Maud, from Moreton Bay, on SATURDAY', February 1, at 1 p.m.

Through passengers aro now booked for Mar- seilles, Brindisi, or Southampton, via Singapore.

For all particulars apply to

BRIGHT BROS. AND CO.,

687 _Agents.

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

^HE Company's steamship

AVOCA,

1482 tons, 250 horse-power,

J. C. Almond, Commander,

will leave Sydney for Melbourne, on WEDNES- DAY, February 19, 1879, at 12 Noon,

In connection with the departure from that port of the Company's steamship

SIAM,

3626 tons, 500 horse-power, which will be despatched on SATURDAY, February 22,1879,

For Adelaide, King George's Sound, and Gallen with H.M. mails, passengers, cargo, and parcels ; also for India, Mauritius, Java, Singapore, China,

Japan, and Europe.

For information on all subjects connected with the Company's varioiiB lines, apply to

GEORGE HARRIS & CO.,

1015_AgentB P. & O.S.N. Company.

UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW

ZEALAND, Limited.

EGULAR steam communication

to NEW ZEALAND from SYDNEY. Ship.

Tons.

Commander.

Date of Sailing.

BOTORUA .. WAKATIPU.

1000 1796

Cairey ..

A. Cameron

January 21,

Via Auckland.

January 2S,

Via Wellington.

Passengers can stop at any port on the voyage, proceeding to destination at their convenience by

the company's coasting steamers at frequent

intervals.

For further particulars, apply to

FBEDK. W. JACKSON,

1620 Agent 5 Pitt-street, Sydney.

Shipping.

PIONEER LINE OF SAILING VESSELS.

FOR BROADSOUND AND MACKAY.

1HE regular trader MARQUIS OF

LORN'E is now loading, and will ' have quick despatch.

GEORGE RAFF & CO.,

8030 Agents.

T

FOR LONDON.

To Follow the Scottish Admiral.

¿äav nPHE Iron Clipper Ship

<£*Sjb- X DORIS BRODERSEN,

.?ÉMEr 653 tous, T. Neilsen, Master,

hiving discharged her inward cargo in splendid order, will be loaded with every despatch as

above.

The rates of freight will be the lowest current at this port.

For particulars apply to

BRIGHT BROS. & CO. )

B. D. MOREHEAD & CO. \ Agents. 912 PARBURY, LAMB, & CO. )_ ~ FOR LONDON DIRECT.

Following the Corinth.

TESSRS. GREEN'S well-known

Clipper Ship

HIGHFLYER,

Al at Lloyd's, 1012 tons register,

Hawkins, Commander,

having a large portion of her cargo engaged will have quick despateh.

Wool, Tin, Tallow, Hides, Preserved Meats, Timber, &c, taken at lowest current rates.

Excellent accommodation for Passengers.

Particulars of freight or passage on application

to

GEORGE RAFF & CO., )

Brisbane, f , .

G. H. WILSON & CO., ( ASenw

695 Ipswich, )

FIRST SHIP FOR LONDON.

MAY SALES.

TO PASSENGERS AND WOOL SHIPPERS.

iifc^ HPHE Favorite Clipper Ship ffijjg^- X RAMSEY,

mÊÊÊÊBr 767 Tons Register, *Aa1 at Lloyd's,

George Cater, Commander, will be despatched as above on

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1.

Shippers are requested to complete engage- ment« forthwith. Splendid Accommodation for Saloon and Steerage Passengers, at Reduced

Rates.

Inspection invited. For Freight or Passage apply to

GEORGE HARRIS & CO.,

Agents.

Note.-To be followed by other suitable vessels. 834

IO PASSENGERS for LONDON.

-First-class Passenger Ships are despatched from Sydneyatfortnightiy intervals. Arrangements may be made for Homeward Passage in Fir»t, Second, or Steerage class ; or for Return Passage from England, and all particulars obtained on communication with 3ILCHRIST WATT & CO., Sydney. 3431

«H'fllwM reel

1TEAMER NORSEMAN, 24

horse-power nominal, 60 tons register, available for Lightering, Towing, or Pleasure Parties.

For terms, apply to JOHN M. BRYDON, City Wharf ; or, CAPTAIN COLLIN, Kangaroo Point. 6316

FREIGHT WANTED for 40 or 50

tons, hence to BUNDABERG, Apply to

HENRY BOX & SON,

1020 Edward-street.

FOR SALE, the new Schooner BRISBANE

ADVENTURE, 13 tons register, fitted with well and pump for Schnapper fishing, but most suitable for the BCchc-de-Mer or coasting trades, being a remarkably good sea boat ; is now lying, moored, at Bulimba Ferry, ready for sea ; price very moderate. Apply to Messrs. POTTS, PAUL, & SARGANT, Eagle-street, Bris- bane. 933

Excursions.

EXCURSION TO THE BAY. SATURDAY AFTERNOON.

THE Steamer SETTLER will leave D. L.

Brown's Wharf, THIS DAY (Saturday), January 25, at 2 p.m.

Music on board. Fares, Is. each.

939 E. MELLOR.

Funerals.

THE Friends of Mr. JOHN M'MASTER are

respectfully invited to follow the remains of his deceased Wife to the German Station Cemetery ; to leave his residence, Bowen terrace, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 2 p.m.

WALTER BARRETT (late G. B. Petrie), Undertaker. 1005

Meetings.

PRESBYTERY OF BRISBANE.

rpHE QUARTERLY MEETING of the Près X bytery of Brisbane will be held in Ann street Church on TUESDAY EVENING first,

at 7 o'clock.

CHARLES OGG,

1029_Presbytery Clerk.

QUEENSLAND UNITED LICENSED VIC-

TUALLERS' ASSOCIATION.

A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of all

Licensed Victuallers will be held at the Chamber of Commerce, Town Hall, on MON- DAY, January 27, at 8 o'clock p.m., to take into consideration Amendments of the Licensed Victuallers Act, to be presented to the incoming

Parliament.

All interested are particularly requested to

attend.

T. G. ADAMSON,

Secretary.

Brisbane, January 23, 1879._964

BRISBANE CHESS CLUB.

A SPECIAL MEETING of the above Club

will be held at the School of Arts on WEDNESDAY next, January 29.

Members are requested to attend.

REGINALD MILLER,

991_ Hon. Secretary.

CHRIST.AN BROTHERS' NEW SCHOOL.

A MEETING of the COLLECTORS for the

above School will be held on SUNDAY, January 26, in St. Stephen's School, at 4 p.m.

All interested in Catholic Education are invited to attend. 980

Volunteer Notice. BATTALION ORDER.

Orderly Room, Cadet Battalion,

Brisbane, January 22, 1879.

THE DRILLS and PARADES of Noa. 1 and

2 Companies Cadets are now RESUMEdD Drill every Tuesday Evening, at half-past 7.

o'clock, at the Armory, Grammar School Grounds.

Recruits will drill every Tuesday and Thurs- day Evenings, at the same time and place.

There are VACANCIES in both Companies. Lads desirous of joining mußt apply at the Armory on drill nights. None under 12 years of age will be admitted, and the written sanction of parents must be produced.

REGINALD H. ROE,

875 Captain Commanding Cadet Battalion.

Entertainments.

QUEENSLAND THEATRE.

Sole Lessee . Mr. James Thynne. Stage Manager. Mr. Alex. Thomson.

THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING

JANUARY 25.

Continued Successful Representation of H. J.

Byron's Beautiful Comedy 1

TO-NIGHT, FOR THE LAST TIME !

ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS !

£100,000 Í

ANDA

FAVORITE FARCE!

LAST NIGHT OF A HUNDRED THOUSAND

POUNDS !

MONDAY, JANUARY 27.

Williams' Romantic Drama of Domestic Life,

THE BRIDES OF CLITHEROE.

MILLION PRICES- 3s., 2s., Is.

Bos Office at Mr. F. t\ F. Keogh's, Stationer, Queen-street. Doors open at 7.30 ; Overture at 8 sharp. " 1038

OLD SCHOOL OF ARTS.

Lessee . Mr. J. Thynne. /"^IRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT. EVERYTHING EXPOSED !

EVERYTHING EXPLAINED ! THE CABINET MYSTERY SOLVED.

The DAVENPORT BROTHERS' MYSTERY

explniued and revealed.

THORN! THORN! THORN! THORN!

The Inimitable, in his Modern and Startling Illu-

sions.

THE GREAT FISH BOWL ILLUSION.

The FLYING CAGE, the acmd of Magic Art (performed last night three times amidst the audience).

GRAND "EXPOSE" OF SPIRITUALISM

TO-NIGHT !

BURTON, the SPIRITUALISTIC MEDIUM,

Defies any one to Tie him.

KING OF THE MYSTIC TIE.

DARVIN, the WONDER WORKER,TO-NIGHT.

NEW TRICKS I

NEW ILLUSIONS I

NEW SENSATIONS ! TO-NIGHT !

The Speaking Sphinx, PSYSCHO (from the

Egyptian Hall, London).

CHANGE op PROGRAMME THIS EVENING. First time in Brisbane, the Miracle of the Age,

THE EXCITING MONTE CHRISTO FEAT.

For particulars please see handbills, posters, programmes, and other advertisements, and don't waste your time reading all of them, but como and see for yourself what l8 possible to be done by human agency.

Prices of Admission :

Reserved Chairs, 4s.; Front Seats, 3b.; Second Seat«, 2s.; Gallery, Is.

Tickets for Reserved Seats can be had at Mr. F. T. F. Keogh's, Stationer, Queen-street, where a plan of the hall is to be seen.

Doors open at 7.30 ; overture precisely at 8.

NOTICE !

tar Babies in Arms, Firrr Shillings. ~G»

1039

THE LATE ACCIDENT AT THE BATTERY.

A GRAND

AMATEUR DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT.

Under the Patronage of R. A. KiNGsronD, Esq.,

M.L.A.; Angus Mackay, Esq., M.L.A.; Lieu- tenant-Colonel M'Donnkll, Major Snelling, Major Drury, Officors and Members of the Queensland Artillery.

THE SOUTH BRISBANE DRAMATIC

CLASS will, on

TUESDAY EVENING, January 28,

In the GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL, South

Brisbane, perform the thrilling Drama en-

titled

WAITING FOR THE VERDICT;

Or, Falsely Accused.

By the kind permission of Captain Webb, the

Band of No. 1 Battery will play some favorite Selections during the evening.

Curtain will rise at 8 o'clock Bharp. Admission by Ticket only.

Tickets, 2s., to be had from R. Love, j un., Gilbert J. Smith, " Noah's Ark," Stanley-Btreet ; Kenion & Co., " Shilling Shop," and Qaujard & Elson, Tobacconists, Queen-street.

G. H., Hon. Sec.

Total proceeds to bo handed over to Fund now being raised on behalf of the WidowB of the late Gunners Wahh and Wilkie. 98£

ALLIGATOR I ALLIGATOR ! !

ALLIGATOR ! ! I

JUST ARRIVED,

Per Egmont.

ALIVE! ALIVE! ALL ALIVE!

The Greatest Monster of the Deep, the

TORTOISESHELL ALLIGATOR,

The only one found in the waters of Northern

Queensland or the Southern Hemisphere.

NOW ON EXHIBITION,

IN

ALBERT.STREET.

Admission .Sixpence. 1031 Religious Announcement.

THE Lord Bishop of Brisbane will administer

the rite of CONFIRMATION at the Memorial Church, Milton,TO-MORROW MORN ING, at 11 o'clock. ?_1012

A FUNERAL SERMON for the late Mr.

MARQUIS, at Wesleyan Church, Woo loongabba, SUNDAY, 26th, at 7 Evening, by Rev. I. Harding._1028

THE Brisbane Freethought Association

MEETS every SUNDAY EVENING in Town Hall, at 7.30. Subject for To-Morrow : "For what is a man profited if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul?"-Matt. c. 16, v. 26. All are respectfully invited to attend. 1000

Lost, Rewards, &c

LOST, two Liver-colored RETRIEVER DOGS.

Reward on delivery to J. A. TAIT, Berens, Ranniger, & Co._1006

Hotels.

SOUTHPORT.

HANLON'S FAMILY HOTEL.

PRIVATE SITTING-ROOMS. A GOOD

TABLE KEPT.

Also, the Best BrandB of Wines, Spirits, Ale, and

Porter always on hand.

THE House commands one of the finest Sites

in the Town, being directly opposite to the Pacific Ocean. There ia the beat Boating, Bath- ing, and Fishing that are to be had in the colony of Queensland.

N.B.-A Conveyance will meet Cobb's Coach every Saturday at Coombala. 399

VOLUNTEER LAND -ORDERS.

H

IGHEGT CASH PRICE given foi VOLUN

TEER LAND ORDERS.

J B. ELLIS & CO., Queen-Btreet. 93

Persons enquired for.

G1 EORGE LOWTHEAN will hear of some

(" thing to his advantage by calling on UN MACK, HEUSSLER, & CO., Queen-street. 1013 JOHN GOODMAN, Druggist, Manchester,

Send your address to J. \V. Browne. Home news._974

CHARLES PAGET, from Dublin, arrived per

ship Ironsides, Queenland ; last heal d of five months ago. Requested communicate with Mr. Beatty, 9 Queen-street, Melbourne. 993

WILLIAM JOHN DOVETON,-Lotter re-

ceived from your relations. Address Mr. J. W. Lawry, General Post Office, Bris- bane. 1007

Public Notices.

"COTICE.-I will NOT be responsible for any _Ll DEBTS contracted by my Wife or any other person in my naino without my written authority.

G. H. PARMINTER. Brisbane, January 23,1879. 930

ON and after this date, the business hitherto

conducted by SAMUEL HODGSON will be carried on under the firm of SAMUEL HODGSON & CO., as General Merchants and Shipping Agents.

Special attention will be paid to the execution of Station Orders and the Wine and Spirit Branch

of the business.

Advances made on Wool, Tallow, and Hides, consigned for sale in either London, Sydney, or

Brisbane.

Offices : Late Clarke, Hodgson & Co.'s

wharf.

Brisbane, January 1. 8093

In the Supreme Court of Queensland.

In Insolvency.

In the MATTER of JAMES SCOTT, Merchant,

of Brisbane, an Insolvent.

A FIRST DIVIDEND of 4s. 6d. in the £ on £X all debts proved and ndmitted will be PAYABLE at my office on and after MONDAY, January 27.

W. POCOCK,

Trustee.

21 Queen-street, Brisbane,

January 24, 1879._931

In the MATTER of ANDREW BETZ.

In Insolvency.

A

DIVIDEND equal to 18s. 2fld. in the £

is now PAYABLE at my office

BARRON L. BARNETT,

1032_Trustee.

In the INSOLVENT ESTATE of THOMAS

AYERS, of Townsville.

A FIRST and FINAL DIVIDEND of 4s.

in the £ will be PAYABLE at my offloe on MONDAY, January 27.

HENRY PARKER,

Trustee. 190 Queen-Btreet. 996 In the MATTER of LESSNER & CO., of

Charters Towers.

In Liquidation.

A FIFTH DIVIDEND of 8d. iu the £ is

hereby declared PAYABLE at the office of Alfred Shaw & Co,, on all'proved claims.

J. C. COZENS, )

THOS. E. WHITE, } Trustees. JNO. BROWN, )

Queen-street, January 24,-'1879. 1003 TO ENGINEERS, SURVEYORS, AND

ARCHITECTS.

Town Clerk's Office,

Sydney, January 0,1879.

APPLICATION will be received at this Office

until 12 o'clock on MONDAY, February 3, from persons desirous of filling either of the undermentioned Offices under tho Municipal Council of th¡B City, viz. :

CITY ENGINEER (Salary, £800 per annum), who will have the charge of the existing systems of sewerage of the city, and the water supply to the city and suburbs.

CITY SURVEYOR (Salary, £700 per annum), who will carry out all works connected with the alignment and formation of the streets of the city, and prepare all plans, specifications, and

estimates connected therewith.

CITY BUILDING SURVEYOR (Salary, £300 per annum, with an allowance of £50 for horse forage), to carry out all the provisions of the Building Alignment and Paving Acts.

Each application must be accompanied by testimonials as to qualification for tho office applied for, and in the case of the Building Surveyor by the name of two persons willing to become bound in the sum of £500 for the faith- ful discharge of duty.

CHARLES H. WOOLCOTT,

696 Town Clerk

TO SURVEY DRAFTSMEN.

THE services of duly qualified DRAFTSMEN

being required in the Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, New South Wales, applications are invited from gentlemen competent to per- form the duties, for which purpose they will have to pass a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz. : -

1. Writing from Dictation.

2. Writing a Description of the Boundaries of

a Portion of Land.

3. Lettering (freehand) in large and open Roman Capitals and Arabic Numerals.

4. Ordinary Map Drawing. 5. Reducing.

6. Plotting Traverses.

7. Computation of Latitude and departure and applied Plane Trigonometry generally, in- cluding Computation of Areas by the system of Double Longitudes, &e.

And satisfy the Surveyor-General that they are generally competent to perform the duties of a Survey Draftsman.

In the event of passing the examination the remuneration will depend upon the degree of efficiency that may then and thereafter be ex- hibited. Temporary Draftsmen are divided into seven classes at rates varying from 6b. to 17s. Od. per diem for five and a-half working days per

week.

In opening communication on this subject applicants are invited to forward specimens of their draftsmanship.

ROBERT FITZGERALD,

For Surveyor-General.

Surveyor-General's Office, Sydney, Now South Wales, June 8. _ _849

Tenders.

TENDERS for the SUPPLY of Magazines,

English Newspapers, &c, to the School of Arts will be received up to February 4. A list of those required can be seen at the Library.

DUDLEY EGLINTON,

1037 Socretary and Librarian.

CONTRACTORS.

TENDERS are invited at Noon of MONDAY,

the 27th instant, for the Erection of a Large FURNITURE SHOWROOM in Roma street, principally wood and iron work.

Plans and Specifications at the office of

R. GAILEY,

827_Architect, Queen-street.

_Removal._ "

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

DR. PURCELL has Removed from Stanley,

street, South Brisbane, to Smith's Buildings, corner of Queen-street and North Quay. 992

LIGHTNING

WHY subject yourself and property to the

danger of storms, when you can be effectually protected by a proper CONDUCTOR?

J. W. SUTTON & CO.,

987 Eagle-street.

Drapery and Clothing.

SILK DEPARTMENT.

"DLACK SILKS are now so adulte ?*-* rated and loaded with deleterious matter, to givo them a rich appearance, that they aro very unsatisfactory in the wear. Thoy get a greasy look, cut, and wear into holes in a short time.

To guard against this system of adul- teration and loading, which is so in- jurious to tho silk trade, we get all our BlackSilksmadoSPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER, which are now very favorably known in Queensland as being so much superior and durable to the ordinary makes of Black Silks.

Patterns free by post.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.,

Brisbane.

Of

SPECIALITIES.

RE AT BARGAINS in MEN'S GINGHAM, ALPACA, and SILK

UMBRELLAS.

FINNEY, ISLES, & CO.

7325

EX LARGS, CORINTH, AND

SCOTTISH ADMIRAL.

I HAVE RECEIVED by tho above ShipB, the

undermentioned GOODS, which are NOW READY for inspection :

Merino and Angola TWEEDS

SERGES

COATINGS

CORDS, DRILLS, and MOLESKINS WHITE SHIRTS, Collars attachod

French PRINTED SHIRTS, ditto ditto

Ditto ditto 2 COLLARS Boys' WHITE SHIRTS

Boys'REGATTA SHIRTS, Collars attached SUMMER SCARVES.

J. S. MANWARING,

Tailor, Hosier, and Mercer,

Queen-street. 6001

J." J.

COATS.

& P. COATS' SEWING COTTON.

& P. COATS' CROCHET AND

TATTING COTTON.

& P. COATS' BEST 6-CORD SEWING

COTTON, in Black, White, aud nil Colors, suitable for any Sowing

Machine

& P. COATS' COTTONS are unBurpnssed

in quality and finish. To bo had of all Drapers throughout tho World 79C

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

is the moat durable and satisfactory Trimming for

LADIES', CHILDREN'S, AND INFANTS'

WARDROBES.

_210

Teas.

ASSAM TEAS.

INDIAN TEAS are celebrated for

their Extraordinary Richness of

Flavor, Bouquet, and Great Strength, and are rapidly superseding tho finer grades of China Teas. Twenty years ago ASSAM TEAS were an unknown commodity in the London Market. It is estimated that last year's consump- tion of Indian Teas in England was 37,000,0001b. weight.

Indian Teas are eagerly sought after by all experienced English Grocers for mixing purposes ; and most of the leading London Grocers admit that " They have doubled, and in many in- stances quadrupled, their Tea trade by tho judicious blending of Indian Teas." In these TeaB the public have a certain protection from adulteration, for, if once UBed, their dolicious flavor is bo marked that no judge of Tea will be satisfied with a substitute.

We have much pleasure in stating that we are in receipt of a shipment of these desirable TEAS DIRECT FROM THE ASSAM PLANTATIONS ; and we are certain that thoBe who have the wisdom to use theBe Teas, will be quite prepared to indorse all that has been said in their favor. Our intimate knowledge of the Tea Trade, seconded by the intelligent activity of our India and China Agents, enables us to offer advantages to the trade which few other

Houses in the colonies can.

LOVE & COMPANY,

Merchants,

EDWARD-STREET.

688 Hotels for Sale.

ON PRIVATE SALE, first-class HOTELS

in flourishing townships in Queensland. For particulars apply to

950 ARTHUR MARTIN.

CORNS, BUNIONS, and INGROWING TOE

NAILS effectually and for ever BANISHED by the simple remedies of

PROFESSOR R. J. BLACK,

who may be consulted from 4 to 7 p.m. DAILY (Saturdays excepted), at the St. Patrick's Tavern,

Queen-street

N.B.-Parties sending their address will be attended to at their residence. 1026

Wanted.

WANTED a first-class SHOPMAN. Apply

early, Francis Ramsay, Butcher, Leich hardt-Btreet. 590

WANTED a strong active young MAN to

milk and work on farm. Apply to L. Cusack, Loichhardt-str«et. 1010

w

tYNTKD TRANSFERABLE LAN; -

ORDERS. Simon Fraser Queen.

(Î4B8

WANTED a HOUSE suitable for a Board

iug house. Apply 159 Wickham-ter race._^_1080

WANTED a SITUATION in an Offlco by~a

Youth, age 17. Apply Q. P., Post Ofllcu, Toowoomba._020

WANTED two respectablo young Women,

one as HOUSEMAID, the other WAIT- RESS. Apply Ulster Hotol, Edward-Btroot. 961 WANTED, Female SERVANT ; must be

good Cook. For address, apply Mr. Potts, Tailor, near 'bus stand, Queen-street. 960

WANTED by a thoroughly compotout Man

a SITUATION as Manager of a Sheep Station. Address S. S,, " Courier" Office. 784 WANTED a respectablo young Woman as

WAITRESS ; one used to a Restaurant. Apply O'donnell & Pickett, Kelly's Build ings. 970

WANTED a CHARWOMAN who can

wash linen. Apply betwoon 10 and 12 To-day, to Mrs. Bell, caro Mrs. W. Taylor, Wickhnra-terrace. 1034

ANTED to place a BOY ten yoars old

to Board with a master of a State School, where he will have a companion. Box 160, General Post Office. 1033

WANTED good Cieueral SERVANTS,

HOUSEMAIDS, COOKS, LAUN DRESSES, and NURSEOIRLS. Mrs. Murray, BriBbano Registry Office, Queon-streot. 1035

WANTED a MAN thoroughly competent to

handle young horses, and break in, if required. Apply from 9 to 10, on Saturday (Tin») Morning, to Mr. Jones, at Raff's Wharf. 971

WANTED for the Brisbane Hospital, on

February 1, an efficient Female COOK. Wages, with board and lodging, £40 por an-

num. 1008

WANTED at once a thoroughly competent

Goueral SERVANT. Apply iu the morning to Mrs. a'Court, Winderadene, Albion. 798

WANTED a competent NURSE to proceed

with a Lady to New South Wales ; references required. Apply to A., "Courier"

Office. 808

WANTED Situntion as COACHMAN by

steady Bingle young Man, who thoroughly understands the care and management of horses, &c. Apply D. T., " Courier" Office. 1022

WANTED by n young Man (carpenter),

BOARD and RESIDENCE in a private family, on tho south side. Address, stating terms, This Morning, W. D., Post Office 1027 WANTED by a Gentleman of long Commer-

cial experience, a Situation as BOOK- KEEPER. The Wester the North preferred. Could act as Tutor, if necessary. Apply by letter to H., " Courier" Office. 7266

COTTAGE required by a small family (de-

tached preferred) containing four rooms and kitchen, in a healthy situation, plouty of water, and within ten minutes' walk from the Post Office ; a liberal rent will be paid for suitable premises, and if necessary takou for n term. Address Box 151, Post Office. 813 ?

Hoard and Residence.

FURNISHED APARTMENTS, willi Hoard,

for two Gentlemen in a private family ; healthy situation ; bath. Terms moderate. Emkl Cottaoe, Herbert-street. 947

I PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE. -

. VACANCIES for Gentlemen at Moreton Honso, Qoorge-strest. 776

HIVATE BOARD AND RESIDENCE,

LONGREACH,

No. 1 Queen-street, North Quay.

VACANCIES for Families and Gontlomen.

891 Mils. JEPHSON, Proprietress.

To Let.

TO LET, n six-roomed HOUSE in Turbot

streot, adjoining Crown Hotel. Apply on premises.

T

IO LET, eight-room VILLA RESIDENCE,

17s. 6d. Apply C. Munro, Mary-Btreot. 983 TO LET, DOONBAH, Leiehhardt-Btreet,

containing nine rooms, kitchen, stable, &c. Apply to Mrs. Barney, Gibbs-Btreet. 401

TO LET, STABLES, SHEDS, &c, with use

of large yard ; water laid on. Apply to Holmes & Porter, Burnett-lane. 580

TO LET, a COTTAGE in Grey-atreet, near

Peel-street, South Brisbane. Apply to John Cameron, Town Mall. 299

rpo LET, a SHOP in Queen-street, with com _l modious Dwelling ; rent moderate. Apply te Mr. John Hall, Architect, Queon-Btreot. 7731 TO LET, a very comfortable VILLA RESI-

DENCE at Lutwyche ; choico garden ; situation excellent. Apply to James li. Dickson, Queen-Btreet. 534

TO LET, in Leichhardt-street, a six-roomed

wooden COTTAGE ; kitchen and servant's room ; bath, and water laid on. James R. Dickson. 957

TO LET, two SHOPS in Ann-Hreet, lately

occupied by Campbell St, Co. as Drapers and Boot Shop ; fittings complete. Apply J. M'MABTEn._7992

cTlET, the STORE lately occupied by

Messrs. Muni, Warde, & Co., Queen street. Apply Chas. O'Reiily, A.S.N. Com- pany's Wharf. 7141

TO LET, in consequence of Removal to other

Premises, the OFFICES in Creek-street now occupied by us. Apply to Scott & Mac- gregor, Creek-street. 7672

FTÍO LET, genteelly and comfortably fur

J. nished, CRAVEN HOUSE, Grey-street, South Brisbane. Apply on the premisos, or to John Baynes, "Courier" Office. 735

O LET, the HOUSE at present o:cupied by

T. H. Barron, Eeq., situate in Upper Edward-stroet, one remove only from Wickham terrace. Apply to John Cameron, Town Hall. 858 TO LET, thobo substantial, contrai, and

extensive PREMISES, lately occupied by MeBsrs. Cleghorn & Co., situate at the corner of Edward and Adelaide streete. Apply to John Cameron, Town Hall. 618

rpo LET, that COMMODIOUS STORE, in X Makerston-Htreet, near Railway Station,

lately iu occupation of Henry Curran. Rent moderate. Apply to W. Pocock, Agent, 21 Queen-street. 994

TO LET, a NEW STORE, 25 x 60, situate in

Elizabeth-street, lately in the occupation of Messrs. Parbury, Lamb, & Co. Rent very moderate. Apply to John Cameron, Town Hull._855

TO LET, with immediate possession, that

complete RESIDENCE, suitable for family or boarders, situate in South Brisbane, within ten minutes' walk of Queen-street, and at pre- sent occupied by Gresley Lukin, Esq. Apply to John Crowther, House Agent, Town Hall, Brisbane. 8005

rpo LET, a five-roomed HOUSE, lined, ceiled, JL and painted throughout, and partially fur- nished, situated on the Red Hill. 'Busses every half-hour. Rent to a thoroughly responsible tenant, only 10s. per week. 800-Gallon Galvan- ised Tank and Firewood stacked on tho ground. Apply J. B. Ellis & Co., Queen-Btreet. 1018

To let.

rpo LET, MECKLENBURG VILLA, Costin. JL street, Gregory-terrace, Bowen Park ; six rooms ; good aspect ; verandah on three sides ; stabling, coachhouse, aud man's room j gal vauised tank, and water kid on ; largo garden. Apply to J. Crowther, nouse Agent, Town

Hall._3011

TO LET, three complete new BRICK

HOUSES, Paisley-terrace, Skew-street, just off North Quay ; each containing entrance, hall, four largo lofty rooms, detached kitchen and servant's room, plunge and shower bath, large yard, bick entrance, water laid on, all tnxes paid. Rent, 25s. a-week. Apply on premises, or to the owner, Alfred Doorey, Builder, Stanley-street. 701

TO LET, for a term of oue or more yoars, a

SUPERB RESIDENCE, situated in one of the most choice positions in Brisbane and commanding an extensive and varied view; con- taining drawing, (lining, library, and breakfast rooms, five bedrooms, bnthand store rooms, wine cellar, kitchen, laundry, man's room, stable, coach-house, aud out houses, largo underground tank ; also, Enoggera water laid all over the pre mises ; largo gai den. Principals only treated with. Rent, £250 per annum. Apply te Wilsos &, Wilson, Solicitors, Queen-street. 277

TO 3RAZIERS, DAIRYMEN, and OTHERS.

-TO LET, for a term, a first-cliss GRAZING PROPERTY, comprising 1300 acres, all fenced and subdivided into paddocks ; good dwelling-house and other buildings ; dis- tance from Biiabano, only 21 miles ; low rental to a good tenant. J. B. Er lis & Co. 7128

UPPER ROMA-STREET.-TO ÏÎET, COT

TAGES of four and eight rooms, with kitchen, servant's room, bath, &c, &c. Apply to Mi p. Mackay, Bovcnth cottage above Roma

Villa. Rents low._456

BUNDABERG.

IO LET, a largo STORE, DWELLING -. HOUSE, Äso., situated in Quay-Btreet, Bundaberg, opposite the Steamers' Wlnrf, and next to the Bank of New South Wales. Apply Dinny & Elliott, Eaglo-streot, Brisbane. 6278

TO SPECULATORS AND OTHERS

TO LET or FOR SALE, PARAGON

NURSERY, Foititudo Valley, containing nc.irly Six Acies, with Cottngo thereon, Cost £900 building. G. Myers & Co., Queen street. 7952

A.S.N. COMPANY'S NEW WAREHOUSES,

EAGLE-STREET.

TO LET, with ¡inmediato possession, that

first-class, spacious, and convenient WARE HOUSE in Eaglo-streut, adjoining the premises built foi Messrs. Samuel Ridley & Co.

The Company will put up fittings to suit

tenant,

For lornas, &c, apply to

WM. WILLIAMS,

2815 Local Manager.

STORAGE ACCOMMODATION and STAB

LING available Apply to J. KENNEDY, 83 Eagto-street. 3012

T<

Educational.

BRISBANE OlîAMMAR SCHOOL

BOARDERS.

A BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT for

BOYS in nttendancn at tho School has been OPENED, mulei tho immediate control of one of the MaHtera (Robert Roger, BA.), in Hunter's Buildings, Wickham-tenaco, within five minutes' walk of the School. Tormu, in- cluding Behool fees, 10 guineas a quarter, payable in advance, with tho usual reduction for boys mulei 12, or for brother)). Tho first quarter of 1879 will begin on Fobiuniy 3.

For further infoiuiation, upply to the Secre- tary to the Trustees, Grammar School, Bris- banes_7600

BRISBANE GIRLS' ORAMMAR SCHOOL,

Wickiiam-ti.rhace

JT-OPEN

S ON FEBRUARY 3.

BOARDERS received by the Lady Principal. Prospectuses on application. 400

TOOWOOMBA GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

rHE next QUARTER will commence on Feb-

ruary 3.

S. G. STEPHENS,

599 non. Sccrutary.

M

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 2 HnnSCHEL-BTRKKT, NORTH QUAY.

RS. CHETWYND'S SCHOOL RE-OPENS

MONDAY, January 27- 1023 ' ETON PREPARATORY SCHOOL,

MILTON.

w

ORK will RE-COMMENCE February

3.

A. J. BOYD.

WICKHAM-HOUSE, Wickiiam-terract.

MiVs WILSON'S pupils will reassemble

on MONDAY, January 27._708

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.

CALLANDER HOUSE, Wickham-terrace,

and Synod Hall, conducted by Mrs. O'Connor, her daughters, and a staff of com- petent masters and mistresses.

The First Quaiter will begin on February 3. 382

¡timing Shares.

O

MINING SHARES, GYMPIE.

N SALE

1/24 No. 2 North Glanmire, £250

2/92 Junction New Zealand Reef, £65 1000 Shares Nicholl*' Reef, at 4s. each 1000 Aurelias, at 4s. each

1000 Porsevennce, at 4s. each

lOOu No. 2 South Louisa, at 6a. each

500 No. 1 South Louisa, at 4s. 6d. each.

JOHN F. BUCKLAND,

11 Queen-street.

O

MINING SHARES, GYMPIE. N SALE

5000 Glanmire and Monkland, at 2?. 6d. per share 3000 3 and 4 North Lady Mary, at 4b. 6d. ditto 6000 Never Mind, at 2s. Gd. ditto

2000 Alma and Caledonians, at 2?. ditto

500 Golden Crown, at 6s. ditto

4/36 Shares 3 and 4 North Hilton, £50 each 1/21 Lady Mary Tribute, £450.

720 JOHN F. BUCKLAND.

I'or Sale.

FOR SALE, at my resideuce, West End,

South Brisbane, collection of GREEN- HOUSE PLANTS, comprising Ferns, Begonias, Camellias, Azaleas, &c, &c. Apply to EDWAKD

GRIMLEY. 823

TALLOW CASKS.-FOR SALE, first-class

Blackwood Casks, very cheap. APOLLO CANDLE WORKS, South Brisbane. 3633

SINGAPORE LOUNGES,

JUST Landed, 32 SINGAPORE LOUNGES,

in capital Older.

1014_JOHN F. BUCKLAND. '

TANKS -SHIP IRON TANKS (three sizes),

GALVANISED IRON TANKS (all sizes) FOR SALE, very Cheap. HUTCHINS & CO., next Cathedral, Elizabeth-street. 1086

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