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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

' NO. 3. A USTBALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT i^. SOCIETY. Incorporated by Act of Parliament, New South Wales, 1857. ASSURANCE BRANCH. Age 40, premium to nssuro £100, £3 4i. 5d. per annum. BONUS ADDITION at tho end of Five Years, £8 18s. (making the amount assured £108 18s.) Further Bonus at tho end of Ten Years, £29 12s. 7d., making on Assurance of £13810s. 7d. ASSURANCES by a limited number of an- nual premiums. ASSURANCES payable at certain ages, or at previous death. JOINT LIVES ASSURANCES, &c, Sx., effected on equally favorable terms. PROSPECTUSES, and all information may bo obtained from nny of tho Agents and Medical Referees, and at the*Principal Office. By order of tho Board. ROBERT THOMSON, Actuary aud Secretary. Trineipnl Office, Hunter-street, Sydney. April 1, 1861. (No. 3.)_3557 TRUST AND AGENCY COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA. (Limited.) Capital, £500,000, with power to increase to £1,000,000. Head Office-31, St. Switliin's Lane, Lou- don, E.G. ^InEn1í1»^rr,T*E5q" ÍLocalTrusteo....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

BLACK BALL LINK OF QUEENSLAND CLIPPER, PACKETS. NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. BAYSAVATER, Captain MORRIS, from Liverpool. rpiIIS YcsBel will report nt Iho Cub X toms TO-DAV. Consignees uro _requested lo PASS ENTIllES ut once, mid pay Freight lo Iho Undersigned. The cm-go will bo Lightered at current rates, ni Consignees' risk. Consignees desiring lo Lighter Ihoir own Goods, will pli'ii«o notify tho sumo lo us before noon This Day. Curgo impeding Hie discharge n ill he trans- ferred to Lighters without further notico. BRIGHT BROS. Ä, CO., 5575 Agonis. ÑOTIOlíT ' TO FAMILIES, HOTEL AND BOARD- ING-HOUSE KEEPERS. THE undersigned beg to inform the public that the prices of BKI01Í and MUTTON nt their shops in Slunley-strect, South BriBbnno, will bo as follow i Beef, for ensh nnd montldy pnymonts . 2ld. Mutton, ditto ditto . 3Jd. Pork, A'cnl, ive., at equally reduced rales. 5385_AVALMSLF.Y k Co, AVOOL. TnE Undersigned will give Liboral Cash Ad- vances on Wool consigned totheir Corres- pondents, Me...

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RULES OF CROSSING BREEDS OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

RULES OF CROSSING- BJIEEDS OF Sl/EHP. Hu. RaxdaIjT,, in his " Praclicnl Shepherd," closes his chapter upon Ibis subject with Ibu following recapitulation :- > t ' 1. That it is wholly inexpedient lo cross Merino sheep with any other breed to improve Iho Merino in any of Iho uluirnclcristics now* sought in Hull breed. li. That while an infusion of Merino blood is highly beneficial lo unimproved coarse families, lo increase Iho fineness and quality of their wool, ilinjuros the improved mutton rucos moro in si/.c, early inulnrity, propensity lo lull cn nuil prolificacy in breeding Hum ii benefits thom in respect lo tho (leece or otherwise. III. Tliut no viihinblo ¡nterinodinlo family of permanent hereditary character bus yoi been formed, or is likely to bo formed, by crossing between Merinos and coarse sheep : und that Hie only successful voh/iiihoh? cross boin ecu (hem is when the object íb to niergu ti eoni-BC-woolled family wholly in the Merino, und nlicu the breeding js s(eatlil...

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BRISBANE PRICES CURRENT CORRECTED TO.DATK. WINES AND SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

BUISUAN'lä PlUCBS CUKUBXr CoitHKorr.D to .Um. AVtsö and Snr.iTS. O 13 O O 13 1 Iii O Brandy, Mailell's per gal. O Do. nVai-3-Vs, do. ... " l),i. United Viiievnnl do. Do. Piíict, Uistillon (In case) . Do. bet lii-ninl-*, In cuses, jwr dozen, . Do. Inferíanlo, do. Ullin, \V.I.,3lo |i. pergal. WhUlccy, good ilo. De. in elise, per dozen ... Do. Hais' lüenl.vlt ... l)o. Dunville'*, Belfast, Geneva, .IDKK, or key, A gal. case . Old tom, best brands |ier dozen. Port, gool quality per fini. Slieiry, do. do. Do. per ilozon Champagne, do. ... Claret do. Hock, do. Australian Ware!, i'i'ts Do. da., lunts ... Alk akd roRTRB. Alo, liuss's No. 3. O 10 O Do. London mid Coloníiil Co.'s . Do. AlkoppV, . Do. Diiusoii's, Do. A'uungei's. Di. other brands, from ... Do. in ease, per dozen ... Porter, sroml per ligd. ... Do. AII,opN. Do. in «w per dozen ... ¡Vie, Tennent'» Inilln pale, quarts . Do., pinta. Flour, Grain, A.vn PRonucn. Flour, Svdnev, per tun ... 0 0 0 Do. Adelaide do. (linn's brand).0 0 0, D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

STEAMER NOWRA. mrTTHE abovo Steamer, which possesses I superior accommodation, will bo available for pic-nic or pleasure par ties ; or, enn bo engaged for towing vessels at nil times when duo notice is given. J. & a. HARMS, 5091_Agents. "queensland STEAM NAVIGATION ^ COMPANY. **k mnE MAIL STEAMER QUEENS Jêjjf- X LAND, will leave for MARY- BOROUGH, GLADSTONE, and ROCK lUMl'TON, on TUESDAY, Juno 21. 53 JOHN STEPHENS, Secretary. USTRALASIAN STEAM NAVI- GATION COMPANY. A1 STEAM TO SYDNEY. -Tho TELEGRAPH, This Day, SATURDAY, Juno 11, at 12-30 p.m. Tor MARYBOROUGH,-GLADSTONE, and ROCKHAMPTON. -The "WILLIAMS, TUESDAY, Juno 14, at 2-30 p.m. No adrnnco in rales. TO IPSWICH The BRISBANE, This Day, SATURDAY, June 11, at 12 noon. Tho IPSWICH MONDAY, Juno 13,'at 1-30 p.m. Tho BRISBANE, TUESDAY, Juno l-l, al 5 a.m. The IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, Juno 15, at 6 a.m. Tho BRISBAME, THURSDAY, June IG, at 6 a.m. The IPSWICH, FRIDAY, Juno 17, bl 7 a.m. Tho BRISBANE, SATURDAY, JuncJS, al 7 a.m. HENRY O'...

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THE CULTIVATION OF SWEET POTATOES IN QUEENSLAND. TO THE EDITOR OP THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

TITE CULTIVATION OF SWEET POTATOES IN QUEENSLAND. TO TUE EDITOR OP THE BltlBIUXB ClTOIER. I Sir -I havo noticed sinco I haï cheon in this coloni tint mimi of oin small fanners ni c at tempting to cultivate this piofitnblo icgttnblo, but not mth success nnd as it is liko othei tropiuil phillis it «ill loqiiue a little nioioiittcn lion mid knovvltdgo, and not as a mero expeu ni nt I hue seen the sweet potntoe« como lo market and retailed at Id pei 11) fiom the s lops this should not bo the case and I sin tint if Hiei weie piopcily cultivated (hey would equal the prico ot lush potatoes nt any lune in the market Foi tho futiiie benefit and in .tiuction of oin fm mci s in Queensland I shall give them the fullest extent of my knowledge concerning this branch of agriculluie in a tropieal clime i iii r mix o Tur i im> Ckni tho land ol ti ces, ¿ia«s nnd needs, then proettd m the folio ung lunnnci -Yon eau plouji it 01 dig it )iist ns ion piense-I should prtfu the latlei, hoiveiei i ou can...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (FROM OUR TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENTS.) [The following additional items of European news were received by us yesterday.] June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

TELLGRAPHIC NEWS. (rnoit oca TKLr.oitAwiio conitEsroxDEííTS.) [Tjib following iiililitional items of European nowa were rcccivc.1 hy us yesterday.] Juno 10. Obituary.-Ariscount Sytlinoulh, Admiral Clowes, Iho Bishop of Peterborough, T. V. Cook, A'iscouutcss Qlengorn. COMMERCIAL. Tnlloiv should ho quoted tis lower. Aressels sailed for Queensland.-Fusilecr, Earl Bussell, nut! Sultana. LATEST NEWS. {Via Suez.) May 5. Tho German Plenipotentiaries uro awaiting further orders respecting the armistico, mid nu uneasy fooling o-cists. Priuco Maxiniillinn lins accepted Hie Moxicnn Throne. Tho Channel Hoot is oil' tlio Downs, and officers hiivo boon ordered lo join their ships. Tho Baltic is supposed to bo their placo of des I ¡nation. Tho French fleet is untlor sailing orders for, ¡I is rumoured, Iho samo placo. Tho Dunes hnvo abandoned Frederica. Tho Prussians luiro imposed heavy contribu- tions on tho inhabitants of J ill land. Tho agitation caused hy Garibaldi's sudden departure from Engla...

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TOOWOOMBA. (From the Chronicle Juno 0.) [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

TOOWOOMBA. (From the Chronicle June 9.) AVr liai o liad beautiful iv eather dm mg the last fundáis, but tho nights have been cold mid fiosty Seinem dp rjornt-AVe undoistand Hint fiom is 1C71 scnico in town tho last salo no hcaidof ieah?od£3 10s pei bag of 200 lbs Tho Mail Coach, on ils ii ni np fiom Ipsivich, iestciday, bloke down at tlio foot of the Little Lu ci pool Ringo, the avlctieo, a now one, bicakmg in two Ono of tho passongcis was tlnown out, but no inpiry nas sustainod by linn Mr Cook immediately piocecdcd lo Laidlcv foi a now coach and notwithstanding a dthnoftivo hollis lal mg place owing to Hie nctidtnt tho mail uns dein tied m ioowooinbii at seun o clock V. Clriosii i C iitoiti ix llLTin rx stri vt - \. poiciipnie, piobiblv about two thuds giown lind neighing soniewhtio ubout six oi stun pound , was cnpluicd in Ruthven sheet on Siindai tv tiling hist about eight o clock, by Ali Bul V dog lud gol it in n coi uti of the stotl vnid, and nas bilking fuuoitsly, piobnbly not...

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JUSTICE AT THE CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 11 June 1864

JUSTICE AT THE CENTRAL POLICE COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRISBANE COURIER. SIR,—Permit me, through the medium of your columns, to call attention to the judgment pronounced by the Police Magistrate upon two persons at the Central Police Court—one yester-     day and the other this morning ; and let me ask when the nature of each persons case has   been taken into consideration, if justice has   beee done. Two persons, a man named Francis Skeine and a boy named Benjamin Connor, and only 10 years of age, were charged with larceny ;           the man was convicted of stealing a whip valued at £2, and sentenced to one month's im- prisonment, while the poor unforunate boy,   only ten years of ago, convicted of stealing a rug valued at 15s., was ordered to find sureties         for his future good behaviour fo...

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RAILWAYS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

) be RAILWAYS IN QUEENSLAND. itch - C1 111 tor itcd the bow civ ran ini) t.J. ; to udo Tur following lcttci was lccently addressed to the Bin nell A)yus - 1 Su,-Iho fin01 able state of tim wenthei at piesent his in ibled us to be in speed) posses non of the dit lils of the nimiiteiiid polii), au I its p ogicis dining the icioss of pailininiiitj pmiu0 w iib hope and expectation foi the 10111 nig da) when tim silent political ey ents of flu colon) w otild bo roi laled to the people Alu< it hu» anne I and lo1 Ali Lditoi wo bcholl oin «elves ns of old independent of nil oui humble pin\eis mid petitions, sinking slill d i pci m the tilth mid lotteness of our Pohlii d licet Ditch AAri liai o bcfoie us the speech ot his 1 vccllency and its lcph.aud the two of themjointl) is hminlcss in the extiunc, anil full of consummnto nothingness Um 5th clause of tim ucc îcgil spcet h states that the construe lion of oin hist luina) 1ms been rapidly pio cecded with and that tho «)Stem recomi...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAY. MESSRS. MARTIN k DICKSON, at tho City Auction Mart-: Land iu Aim and AVharf | streets, Fortitude Valley, Paddington, Kan- garoo Point, Gregory Terrace, and Pioneer I River ; Farms at German Station, Oxley, &c. At 11 o'clock, at tho A.S.N. Co.'s AVharf: Potatoes. MESSRS. MULHOLLAND & CO., at 11 o'clock, at tho Newmarket Horso Repository : Horses, Drays, Harness, «te. MR. R. CRAWFORD, at 11 o'clock, at tho ] Royal Horse Bazaar : Horses, Drays, Spring Carts, Gigs, Dogcarts, Harness and Saddlery. MESSRS. FRASER & BUCKLAND, at 12 o'clock, at the Commercial Sale Rooms : Residue of Calton Hill Estate. MR. AV. H. KENT, at 11 o'clock, at Tatter- I sail's Horse Bazaar: Horses, Drays, Harness, | and Saddlery.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SATURDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. SlTCRDlY, JCXE 11. Brisbase.-9 a.m.: Barometer (corrected), 29-S2S; thermometer (shade), 61-2 ; ditto (dry bulb), 60-4; ditto (wet bulb), 58-5 ; force of wind, t ; direction, S. ; extent of cloud, 9 ; weather, raining ; rainfall during last 21 hours, -47G. fi'er £!edrw Telegraph.) " ti. AVrxr ax» AVeatheh.-9 a.m. : Lytton, S.E. and fine-; Ipswich, AV. and raining ; Laid- ley, calm and dull ; Toowoomba, N.AV. and dull; Dra)ion, calm mid dull; AVarwick, W. and raining ; Dalby, AV. and raining.

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DIARY. MEMORANDA TILL NEXT [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

..s*!' TILL NEXT PüaDCB .«**!--*' »¿Ton i ks S d June, | Min 1 Hielt Water nu liar. 1SG4. 1 It.«« 1 Sits 1 Morn. After. 13 1 Monday. | 6 80 I 6 IO | 4 M .1 <?> B. Moos-Kuli,.lune 20, Oh. O.u. »ni.

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THE IPSWICH RACE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

TUE IPSWICH RACE BALL. As an appioprinto finaloto the North Austra linn Aunutil Meeting tho Race Bull lins evei been regal dod theiefore, caie has boen taken as ciiih ) car caine round tint a public ball should take placo dut mg tho race weck Tor until the j ear before last tim stewards of tho Jockey Club usuallj undertook tim inaiiugemcnt of it but as it was found to mterfiro very much with their other and moro important duties tho tusk was transferred to others Afcitmgs were consiquetitlj publicly convened and gentlemen woro appointed to carry out all the neccssai) matter» connected w ith tho getting up the ball In puisuanee of past practice sum lar proceedings hue been takon this year and a very happy i esult has been attained Tim rat ball of 18ul has been successful The arrange incuts which havo been made have been highly satisfactorj It has been well patronised by tho townspeople and thoso on a iisit to the Ipswich races , and all who went were exceedingly well pleased with it ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE CULTIVATION OF WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR OP THE BRISBANE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

C01.UESPONDKNUJS. THE CULTirATIOX OF WHEAT. TO THE EDITOR OP THE BBIäBANK COl'MEU. Sut,- V. cop^ of; our joui mil of 23id tilt fell into m> hand« tim otlur dij In n loidim* nttiele on the MippI) of flour jon binnie tim tu mel s foi not gi owing win it, and st ito that 1.0U hnvo no doubt plinh of land in Queens laud will be found Mutable foi Iho piupo-e Now, I beben, a deal of Lund in this neigh boihood would glow good wheat, nu opinion in wlmli seiiinl ot ni) iiiighboi» cornudo, but »lint pu/His tis ii, who would bin it winn gi own Thiie ia no null m Bu-liane and so tai us we know, nouant mu than AVmwuk It «,ou inn point out n nndj ninrkit foi it 1 liaio no doubt wh tit would bo ¿town to some oUinl hen I um, joui obedient «enmit, R VH'H DEL VM;Y Lojin A gumhill ni Rescue, ?T ?Tinie 8, ISO 1 ,1 _ lia Du AHitcu sn\s that the best antidoto foi dissipation is numulgi Arm r«.soit to gm mid s ini i not bunnin tim ne depnned but bo t ¡ni e Ibu nu lorn li Out of < uri do/m mm ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. JtJSB 9.-Wallabi, schooner, 78 tons, Captain Pratt, from Sydney tho 2nd June. Molisou, Black, and Smith, agents. Juno 9.-Highlander, schooner, from port nknowii. DEPARTURES. June 10.-Mary Grant, bri», 150 tons, Cap- tain Begent, for Ñowcastlo, in ballast. June 11.-Telegraph, steamer, 700 tons, Captain Audley Coote, for Sydney. Passen- gers_Miss M'Lachlnn and scrront, Mo-Brs. C. Aiming, A. P. Dalgleish, R. Armour, J. Dick- son, Farquharson, C. Lawrence, N. Thompson, J. Foulis, Driver, Tunks, E. Gregory, C. Beaddett, J. Clarke, G. Curtis, J. H. Neale, M. 'Cowlishaw, and about 15 in the steerage. IMPORTS. ' Bayswater, from Liverpool via Greenock : 4 'boxes effects, R. AV. Thornton ; 1 box, J. B. Hoare; 13 cases glass, 10 hhds. 12 barrels 970 casks beer, 1 ««c^brushware, 47 packages, Orr and Honcyman ; 1 box, C. Huniber ; 50 hhds. 100 coses tile, 17 casks, 19 crates earthenware, 1 case lamps, 2 casks lampware, 1 case books, 1 case drugs, 200 cases stout, 1195 bags sa...

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COMMERCIAL. COURIER Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

COMMERCIAL. Coi-jíiKii Ofiicc, Saturday Evening. 1 0 0 215 0 4 397 2 0 30 12 0 0 7 8 252 2 0 28 15 0 51 IO ß 8 9 10 0 13 4 63 1 G 0 3 4 28 1 S 21 0 G 310 l8 1 1 3 5 SB 5 0 80 10 11 The uudergiren returns show the amount of Customs Revenue collected at the ports of Maryborough and Rockhampton during the month of May, 18G1: Mautjioiiouoii. £ s. d. Brandy, 451 gallons . 227 G 0 Gin, 313 gallons. 172 3 10 Liqueurs, cordials, or strong waters, 2 gallons . Whisky, 329 gallons . Rum, llOG gallons . AVino, 390 gallons . Ale, porter, and beer (in bottles) 46 gallons . Tobacco, 2541 lb». . Opium, 57 lbs. Tea, 43G21bs. Coffee and chicory, 1019 lbs. . . Sugar, refined, 2 owl. Sugar, unrefined, 220 cn t. 1 qr. 1 lb. .i. Molasses, 1 cwt. 3 lbs. Pilotage ... Rent . Total . ROOKHAMI'TOS. Brandy, 1450 gallons ?». Gjn, G52 gallons. Liqueurs, cordials, or strong L waten, 69 gallons Whisky, 820 gallons . Bum, 1294 gallons . Perfumed spirits, 8 gallons All other spirits, 47 gallons Wine, 1738 gallons . ...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

SHIP MAILS. 1 The mails per tho AVilliams for Maryborough, Gladstone, Rockhampton, and Port Denison, w ill be inado up and closed nt the General Post Ofllco to-morrow (Tuesday) as under: For registered letters at 13 noon, and for 'other letters und newspapers ut 1 p.m.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

_Auction Bulen_ SPRING- FARM, Vermessen in 31 Parcellen, von 1 bis 5 Ackern, nahe an O'Neill's neu erbautem Hotel am Sandgate Road. , AM SONNABEND DEN 18TEN «TUNY, UM 12 UKB, WERDEN DIE HERREN J. CAMERON, in ilirem Auctions Lócalo ou the Ground, belegen, mcistbietcnd zum Verknuf irusbieten SPRING FARM, Vermessen in 31 Stucke, von 1 bis 5 Ackern, ausgezeichnet fur Gemüse Garton. Auf zweien der vermessenen Stúcko Land ist ein 4 zimmer enthal- tendes Wohnhaus erbaut ¡ ebenfalls auf selbem Lande befindet sich ein Obstgarten mit allen nur donkbaren Sorten von Fruehtbaumen, sowie ein Hùhnerhaus, Schxveinekoben, Stock- yard, «te, &c, Ac. Dieses xvcrthvolle und mit besonderer Sorg- falt vxjrmossone Land hat Fronten zu drei vors -chiedeneu Communal AATcgcn und ist volls- tändig, mit einer guten Drei-Riegel Fenco, eingezäunt. Genanntes Stuck Land ¡st so vermessen, class zu jeder Parcelle ein Stück Fence gehört ; und gutc3 AArn«er Rann, ver mittelts Brunnen graben, auf allen Theüen des...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Brisbane Courier — 13 June 1864

Kf\ BAGS SEED OATS now on SALE. K. 0\J HUTCHINS, Victoria Sulo Rooms, Queen-street. 5314 B HUTCHINS lins now ON SALE, tit the . A1CTORÏA SALE BOOMS, Queen street .10 BALES PRTME OATEN HAY. ? . «10 BALES PRIMUS,LUCERNE HAY , 10,TONS BRAS , 10 " ,AD 1DLATDE FLOUR, lo " CIRCULAR HEAD POTA- TOES CO BAGS MAIZE . ,, 30,000 SU l> BRI OR, HOBART- TOWN ; PALINGS 27,000 HARDWOOD SHINGLES (50,000 SAAVN LATHS, tit 10s. per 1000 gar.LAND ORDERS BOUGHT. ' Ö3S7 E HUTCHINS bus now on SALE, nt Um . VICTORIA SALE ROOMS, Queon strcct A Largo and xvell-nssorlcd Stock of CEDAR mid AMERICAN PINE DOORS, . í SASHES, AKCU1TRAVISS, MOULDINGS, und SIC1RT1NG BOARDS ¡ AESO ON SALT!, GALArANISED CORRUGATED IRON (G, 7, and 8 feet lengths) ZINC DOWN PIPING, R AV HEADS, Ditto SHOES, O G and Hiilf-round SPOUTING, RIDGIÜ CAPPING, BOLTS, HINGES, CARPENTER'S PATENT LOCKS, ko., ka. 51(33 LAND ORDERS I LAND ORDERS II R HUTCHINS, of tho Victoria Salo i* Rooms, Queen-street, IS A CASH BUYER of LAND ORDERS. -12K3 r\N SAL...

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