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The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866-1939), Saturday 25 October 1890, page 772
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WH. BEER,Kindlywrite to your
brother, GEORGE BEER, Maryborough,
Queensland. Anyone who cantell where he is will
JOHN ADAMS(working on Mitchell Bail
way in18t)S), please send address to your Son
THOMAS, from Edinburgh, now at Kabra, Rock
IFthis should meet the eye of DANIEL
MAHER, bis Sister Dora would like to hear from
him. Brother dead. Address West-street, Rock
GEORGE ESCOTT,of Camp ton, Shefford,
Bedfordshire, England, recently of Foulden,
Maokay, Queensland, is requested to write to his
Parents without delay.______
ANXIOUS FATHER.Can any persongive
information of FRED BATES, age 23? Last
heard of at Ada vale, October, 1888; was travelling with
cattle. W. BATES, Wooburn Green, Bucks, England.
OTICE.If WILLIAM POWER, fromDromana, County Waterford, Irelandlast
heard of at Aberflow Station, N. S. Waleswill write
home he will hear of something to his advantage. Hisbrother-in-law, John M'Orath, is dead.
IFthis should meet the eye of SAMUEL
STEED, who arrived in ship St. James, Maryborough, Queensland, 1874, or any one knowing his-hereabouts, kindly communicate HARRY BEAR
MAN, Georgetown, North Queensland. Mother dead.
INFORMATION Wanted of MARY JANEELKIN, who emigrated from County Tyrone, Ire
land, to Queensland twenty-seven years ago. AddressARCHIBALD DUNCAN, J.P., Eden Plumbridge,County Tyrone, Ireland; or to JOHN CELLAHAN,P.0., Georgetown, North Queensland.
REPPINGTON, JAMES.If this shouldmeet the eye of JAMES REPPINGTON, or
any ono knowing his whereabouts, who went out to
Brisbane from England In 1878, and who was last seen
about two years ago near Brisbane,Pleaso communicate with his Brother, ROBERT REPPINGTON, 17
ROWLAND WILSON.IOREWARD is
offered for information as to the exact where
abouts of Rowland Wilson, orif dead, for satisfactory
evidence of his death. He reached Sydney from Lon
don early in 1888, and was staying at the Oxford Hotel,
Sydney, in October, 1888; previously thoretoat Bun
gendore, in New South Wales. Description: Dark
swarthy complexion, clean shaven, except short blaokmoustache, age about DO, height about
6ft. -in., broad
built, and strong. Apply NORTON SMITH, WEST
QARTH, - CO., _ O'Connell-street, Sydney.
IMPERIAL GERMAN KAIL.
TJHDfcR POSTAL CONTRACTTOTHETUTWITAT.
STDNET, MELBOURNE, aadColocabo. th-oogh B->- Canal to GENOA, SOUTHAMPTON. A-WWEBP. and BREMEN.
_._.-... Leave Leave LeaveSteamers.Sydney. Melbourne. Adelaide.
1890 1800 1890.
Rabsburg .. Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Nov. 18Kaiser WUhelm
IL Nov. 99 Dec. 8 Dec 11
Elbe .. .. Deo. 87 Jan. 8 Jan. 8
AaA every four weeks -Mt-after.
ABBS FROM -UUSBANB FROM _15 to Ut lus.
AU the Steam-re ol this Company eairy lIBST,lEOOND, and THIRD CLASS PAJSENGERS.The Third CUss eontaias aeeom-wdatfoa for both
Pas-jf from Europe can be prepaid lath* eoloalH.Aw* Ticket* are available for t_m_mn.
T-eSJI.LU-acnClmvee-y-BssyansrttMaival oflata atsa-Mr for Toagatab- aad Apia.Eatee of freight, jSMSgs rarwi-y, aad fatt paittealM
tm appS- HttaloBURNS. PB2LP, * CO., L_it*d, Agents,
ENINSULAR AND ORIEMTALSTEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. .
DIRECT BBBVIOE TO ENGLAND AND TBIOONTINBNT.
Th* Company's Royal Mail Steam-hips (under eon(raet with ihe Iroenal, New South Wales, Victorian.
aad Boat- Australian Government-) will be despatebedfrom their Wharf, Circular Quay, Sydney, as under, forLONDON. -Ulh-r at Melbourne, Adelaide, Albany,Colombo, Aden, Brindisi, Malta, Gibraltar, and Plymouth:'
__8 p? T~
Steamer. Commander. I_8S H S_ S^S If?r^l JS
I 1890 1890 1890Vieto-ia..-_6BG.F.Oate* ;Oct. ffOct. 11 Oct. 15
Vale*-. ..|4-19.R. F. Briscoe Oct. 90Oct. 86Oct. 99
BaUaarat 4748 C. Ashdown iNov. 8 Nov. 8 Nov. 18
matte*.4771 R.G. Murray Nov. 17 Nov. 29 Nov. 96
Oeeana .. 0888 P. 8. Tomlin Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 10
Rome .. 5011 AW.Adamson Dec. 15 Dec. 90 Dec. 941801 1891
Britannia 6957, J. Orman Dec. 99 Jan. 8 Jan. 71891
Mas-ilia 401-C.Fr-ser Jan. 19 Jan. 17 Jan. 91
Carthage 16013,W. A. Wheeler Jan. 98*Jan. 81 Feb. 4
And henceforth every alternate week.The arrange-tent- for Second Saloon Passengers
having been thoroughly reorganised, the accommodation now offered in _n_urpat_ed.
Passage Money, Brisbane to London, greatly reduced,as follows:
FIRST FALCON _*> to 70SECOND SALOON ... ... 81 10s. and 37
CHEAP RETURN TICKETS are also issued.
CHEAP RETURN TICKETS are also issued.
Pa-va^e money can be paid here for passages from
England. liberal conee-sion* made to families.
Pavwnget-, Cargo, and Parcels are booked throughto India, China, and Japan.Through passenger* on their arrival in Sydney have
the privilege of going direct on board the P. and O.-learners, thus avoiding hotel expenses.For all information apply to
P___BURY,LAMB, _ CO.,Agents, Brisbane.
"CIOR LONDON DIRECT
For the February Saics.
The Aal Clipper BhipBLACKADDER, 017 Tons Register,
Grabs am. Command--,Is now on tho berth, and will have Immediate de
spatch.Wool now being received at the Mercantile Wharf,
Buliraba.Notb.The Blaokadder made the fastest passage of
lant seasonnamely, eighty-one days.For rates of freight, Ac, apply to the undersigned.QUEENSLAND MERCANTILE COM. ANY,
LtMJT-n; BURNS, PHILP, & CO., Limitko, Agents.
BEETON'S BAKING POWDERSimple,Perfect, and Rollablc. Free from alum and
Other injurious cheap compff~"
DIRECT STEAM COMMUNICATIONbe
tween UNITED KINGDOM, the CONTINENT
of EUROPE, and QUEENSLAND PORTS.
The full-powered SteamshipsBARMEN 80LINQEN ERLANOEN
SOMERFELD CHEMNITZ ELBERFELD
Leave Antwerp every four weeks for Australia, andoffer special inducements to persons desirous of bring
ing out friends or relatives from the Continent orUnited Kingdom.
Passages can be arranged on application at thisOffice.
Tho whole of the Poop is reserved for the con*venienoe of Third-class Passengers.
Liberal Dietary Scale Provided.
Hamburg or Antwerp to Brisbane .. 14 14London to Brisbane 16 16
For further particulars applyJOHN WHITE 4 CO., Agents,
171 Queen-street, Brisbane.
WANTEDto Purchase (or will give in ex
New Zealand or Old Issues of
change New Zealand or Foreign) Old Issues ofAUSTRALIAN POBTAOE STAMPS. S. D_j,K_roi_>,
Qneen-Btreet, Auckland, New Zealand.
YOUNO Man, withthree and a half years'
experience in a Wholesale House in Brisbane,is anxious to get In a STORE in the country or on astation. Address X. _" Qneenslandor" Office.
ENGAGEMENT WANTED by SugarPlanta
tion ENGINEER. Has erected some of tho
largest Plants in Queensland and other countries;could introduce many improvomonts into the industry.
THEGOVERNESSES' HOME, Milton,
Provides comfortable Board and Residence for
Ladles in search ot Employment in gentlemen's families or first-class houses of business. A Registry openin connection with the institution. Terms from12a. 6d.
SAW-MILL MACHINIST (married, forcountry saw-mill) WANTED; must thoroughly
understand Planing, Sawing, nnd Saw Sharpening.Wages, 10s. por day and cottage. Apply by letter,
enclosing referencos, to Queensland Timber Company,Limited, Melbourne-street, South Brisbane.
WANTED. WANTED. WANTED.Wanted MEN In every town to take ORDERS ona Now Work; _8 to _5 por week can be and
made by encrgetio Agents. The book sells Itself, andall meet with wonderful suoocss, as it is wanted in
every home. Apply for particulars to lox 976, G.P.0.,
EACHER WANTED.Required for Provisional Btate School, Wardcnbend, Don River,
near Bo wen, a SINGLE MAN, competent to toaoh theState Sohool Course to about sixteen (10) children,agedfrom (5) Are to (14) fourteen years. Particulars aa totestimonials, and' salary required, to be forwarded to
the undersigned up to 00th November proximo. Hbhrt
Field, Hon. Secretary Wardenbend Sohool, Bowen.
GOVERNESSES' and TUTORS' BUREAU,177 Prrr-sT--_T, Sidney.
A C. AUCHBR, B.A- Manager.
We have on our books experienced Teaohers, and testtheir qualifications if so requested.
Goo-diwindi Border Hospital.
QUALIFIED SURGEON WANTED for theabove Institution. 200 per annum, with right
of private practice.Applications, accompanied by satisfactory refe
rences, received up to Noon of TUEBDAY, 18th November proximo.
CHARLES T. OXLAD,Score tary.
. Goondiwindi, 7th October, 1600.
PROSPEC T U 8
THE CLEVELAND CATTLE ANDIRRIGATION COMPANY,
(To be Registered under the Companies Act,
whereby the liability of the Shareholders is limited
to the amount of the Shares held by each member.)
CAPITAL, jei-,000, ik 3000 SHARESOf 5 Each,
Payable 20s. per share on application; 20s. on
allotment; 10s. in three months; 10a. in six
months; 10s. in nine months