The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.
18 Bowden, W., St. Helena.—Inlaid writing-desk, of woods grown on St. Helena.
19 Bowden, W., St. Helena.—Round inlaid table, of woods grown on St. Helena.
20 Carey, J. W., Brisbane.—Cedar show-case, in two parts, containing F. W. Wilson and Co,'s exhibit of biscuits, designed for centre or wall space.
21 Kasch, J., Rockhampton.—Inlaid table, showing varieties of timbers grown near Rockhampton.
22 Kasch, J., Rockhampton.—Cabinet, made of native woods.page 94
23 Macintosh,—, Rockhampton.—Dressing-table.
24 Pettigrew, Hon. WM M.L.C., Brisbane.—Cedar hall-door, with side panels, complete (£40).
25 Pettigrew, Hon. W., M.L.C., Brisbane.—Cedar and pine mantelpiece (£17).
26 Petrie, J., Brisbane.—One pedestal dressing-table, with looking-glass; made of silky oak and cypress pine.
27 Queensland Government.—Dutch wardrobe; sideboard, cedar and other Queensland woods; trophy of wood turnery and fret-work.
28 Rockhampton Committee.—Furniture.