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AMUSEMENTS. CONCERTS. FOURTH and FINAL CONCERT TO-NIGHT at 8. =f TO-NIGHT at 8. Five and three shilling tickets now on- sale 'at Nicholsonas. T HE Direction .. - .. .. - .. J. and N. TAIT. . Madame if ` KIRKBY LUtNN .... KIRKBY LUNN Will Sing '" O ma lyre inmmnortelle" (Gounod). "Der Tod and das madchen" (Schubert). S"Grethen am spinnrade" (Schubert). "1' Wind of the Western Sea" (Graham Peel). "Where Go the Boats" (Grahain:Peel). 'Jock o' Haeldean" (Trad. Scotch). at"Sappiche Ode" (Brahms). - ."Three Fishers" (Hullah). -Mr. ANDREW SHANKS will Sing "O, Star of Eve" ("Tannhauser") (agner). 'T"Dany Deever" (Hermann). -r WIIAMx MURwDOCH will Play-- . " I APrelude (Cesar Franck). . -Irish Folk Song (Arr. by Percy Grainger). 1 I',hapsodio (Dohnanyi). r:M. ANDRE DE RIBAUPIERRE will Play- .Aria (Bach) Caprice (Pgnnini-Grski). ,Zigenerweisenn (Saraate). Reserved Seats, 7s. 6d. '- Unreserved Seats, 5s., 3s., and 2s. SEarly Door Gallery, 3s. R Box Plan at Nicholson's. K, ING'S THEATRE, FREMANTLE. Sb'-le'aee and Manager.. - - .. ..- WILLIAM ANDERSON. Commencing WEDNESDAY NEXT 1 W E' N T-WEDNESDAY NEXT. OCTOBER 30. 1 S.. WEDNESDAY NEXT. For THREE NIGHTS ONLY. ::.,WIIAI ANDERSONS NEW DRAMATIC COMPANY SNEW DRAMATIC COMPALNY In Three Great Succeses. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. -_ - The Big Sensational Drama, S'HE GIRL WHO KNEW A BIT." THE GIRL WHO KNEW, A BIT." On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, ._- "The Powerful London Melodrama in 6 Acts. "THE WORLD AGAINST HER." "THE WORLD AGAINST HER." Companion flap to "EAST LYNNE." On FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. The Great Australian Meledrama, "THE BUSHWOMAN." "THE BUSHWOMAN2." Prices--4s., 2s. 6d., and la (Early Door to - ,Gallery only 6d. extra till 7.30 p.m.). I BOX PLAN .. BOX PLANi. w-'-Opens.at Nicholson's Music Shop, h., .TH. "LLIS (Monday) MORNING at 10 o'Clock. . ITHIS (Monday) 1ORNING at 10 o'Clock. Dress Circle and Reserved Stalls, 4s. No -b.ooking fee. 0BE LROSE THEATBE. S Direction..WESTS and BBENNAN'S, LTD. ,Don't fail to See The Renowned English Actress, MISS BEAUMONT COLLINS, MISS BEAUMONT COLLINS, With Her London West End Co., in "BEDFELLOWS." , . A "Scream." Shrieks of Laughter. Enormous: Success of , She SIDDONS. Europe's Champion Equ-i. - The SIDDONS. brists, Head Balancers. Continued Triumph of FRED. RI-VEA?.AL, FRED. RIVENHAI., The most Popular Comedian Heard inPerth. Artistic Success of the Tramp Tenor DAN LLEWELLYN. Instantaneaus Success of SHIPP and GAFFNEY, Patter Comedians and Dancers. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. -The BRENNANS, The BRENNANS, The BRENNANS. SChampioS Dancers of the World in their Dancing Specialities. AMATEUR TRIALS ON FRIDAY. WESTS STAR PICTURES, Direct from London by Mailboat. Popular Prices; 2s., ls, 6d. Box plan at Nlicholson's, then Moss. Melrose Theatre. pTTHE PRESENCE OF HIS EXCEL. - LEN CY THE GOVERNOR. HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. S SATURDAY and TUESDAY, SATURDAY and TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. ?NOVMBER 5. -. "LADY PATRICIA." "LADY PATRICIA." - ' "LADY PATRICIA." ' The Box Plan for both Nights is now open at Nicholson's, Ltd.

.Tickets for the Gallery are obtainable from Shop Assistants in Perth and Suburbs. -ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, S SOUTH PERT . The huge Pythons and new Boa Cosstrie tors have jnst shed their old skins and ahoy the,most beautiful iridescent colours. Large numbers of new Birds and Ani mals are on view, including numerous. rare Monkeys from Africa and South America. The Palms and Floral Display are alone well worth a visit. A1i Visitors can use the medicinal warm bore water baths, their effect is wonderful for rheumatism. Admissin, 6d.; Children, Half-price. flOWN HALL. PERTI. ti NEXT WEDNESDAY. OCT. 30, GRAND IRISH CONCERT. The mampion Irish Step Dace, Miss MAZIE McCARTHY, And the famous UiIlean Piper, Mr J. S. WAYIAND, cTill appear for the second time, together with other leading artists. Tickets, 3s., 2s., Is., obtainable at Heatly and Fontaine's, Hay-street. S 'XVIBITION SKATING RINK. -NXHIBITION SKATING RINK. OPEN TO-NIGHT. Admission, sd. NEXT SESSIONS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING. B A Z A A R. Organised by ST. JOHN'S GIRLS' CLUB, in aid of the Parish Hall Funds, 1ill be held in ST. JOHN'S HALL, Mel bourne-road, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, AFTERNOON and EVENING. Admission: Afternoon, Adults 6d., CGhil dren 3dL; Evening FREE. I7GUCHRE Tournament and Dance,- Pro ~ testant Hall, Perth, Wednesday, Oc tober 30, 8 p.m: Six massive Silver-plated Tea Services. . View City Tailor g Co., Barrackt. Single, Is. 6d.; Double, 2s. 6d. Banks and Searle, Organizsers. " OST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE .IJ ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL. E UCHRE Tournament and Dance, M: Leod's Hall, Beaufo?t-st. tram terminus, Tuesday, October 29 First prize, Duchesse Chest; other good prizes. Refreshments. Admisslon s. T. A. McLeod, Organiser. EUCHRE Tournament and Dance, Mon i_ day Mechanice' Institute, Leederville, 6 handsome prizes, first valuable sideboard, and fire other good prizes worth winning. Tickets Is. 6d. single; 2s. 6d. double. Cards 8.15. E. Carey, Secretary. DON'T MISS THE GREAT GENUINE MUSIC SALE At ALBERT'S MUSIC STORE, 20 to 18 CENTRAL ARCADE, PERTH. 2s. Music for Is., Is. 3d., and Is. 6d. 3i-penny Editions for 3d., 4d. and 5d. Ia. Books for 9d. and 10d. Music Folios. Tutors etc. Less 20 to 33 1-3 per cent. Discount for Cash Only. All New and nup-to-date Lines. MOST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL.

AMUSLMENTS. LY Y AA' L YY AA L Y Y A A .L Y AAAAAA L IT A- A L Y 'A .-A L Y' A A LLLLLLLs * KING'S - THEATRE. KING'S Fremantle THEATRE. KING'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT. House TO-NIGHT. Hundreds Full TO-NIGHT. 7.30 TO-NIGHT. Turned Saturday TO-NIGHT. Night. TO-NIGHT. Away. TO-NIGHT. Last Chance of Seeing those exceedingly Clever Juveniles, The Maisie THE TYRELLS Ned, THE TYRELLS, THE TYRELLS, Character Direct from THE TYRELLS, Comedians , THE TYRELLS, Singers and Melrose THE TYRELLS, Specialists in THE TYRELLS, Military Theatre THE TYRELLS, Songs . IrTHE TYRELLS, and Dances. THE TYRELLS, 'PICTURES. A SOLDIER'S HONOUR. Special A SOLDIER S HONOUR 'Star A SOLDIER'S HONOUR Exclusive A SOLDIER'S HONOUR Feature A SOLDIER'S HONOUR Subject A SOLDIER'S HONOUR A SOLDIER'S HONOUR (in 2 Parts). A SOLDIER'S HONOUR Coloured RAPIDS of KIVATCH. RAPIDS of KIVATCIL Scenic RAPIDS of KIVATCH. THOSE HUKSVILLE BOYS Anlprican THOSE HUKSVILLE BOYS Bio THOSE HUKSVILLE BOYS Comedy THOSE HUKSVILLE BOYS PATHE'S AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. PATHE'S AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. PATHE'S AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. -THE LOCK THE LOCK Star. THE LOCK THE LOCK Coloured Drama THE LOCK THE LOCK MAX AND THE DONKEY. MAX AND THE DONKEY. MAX" AND THE DONKEY. WINTER IN UPPER ENJADINE. WINTER IN UPPER ENJADINE. WINTER LN UPPER'ENJADINE. A very pretty story LULU'S DOCTOR. LULUS DOCTOR. Prettily conceived LULU'S DOCTOR LULU'S' DOCTOR. Prettily Acted LULU'S DOCTOR. LULU'S DOCTOR. And very prettily LULU'S DOCTOR. LULU'S DOCTOR. Staged. LULIS DOCTOR. PETTICOAT PERFIDY. PETTICOAT PERFIDY. PETTICOAT PERFIDY. POLIDOR versus MOTHER-N=LAW..: POLIDOR versus MIOTHER-IN-LAW.. POLIDOR versus MIOTHER-IN-LAW.' Reserve your. Seats at Pady's. NO EX TRA CHARGE. r Is. 6d., ls., 6d. Children 6d. to all parts Monday night. T. W. CECIL, Director. K ING'S PICTURES. KING'S HALL MURRAYSTREET. (Late Esplanade Gardens.) KING'S EXCLUSIVE PICTURES, THE' DUEL OF CANDLES.' - THE DUEL' OF CANDLES. THE DUEL OF CANDLES. This Magnificent Film is Replete with Sen sation and Thrilling Events. - THE MAN FROM THE FOOT HILL. A Stirring Western Drama. THE ADVENTURES OF THE CLAIM. AGENT. A' Goldfields Story that Bristles with Dra matic Situations and Episodes. A TEMPORARY MILLIONAIRE. A Warning to the Wealthy. OUR NEXT STAR, HANDS ACROSS THE SEA, HANDS ACROSS THE .SEA, HANDS ACBOSS" THE SEA, Australia's :Greatest Drama. 3,500 feet in Lenigth, comxaences NEXT WEDNESDAY. With a Complete Change of Programme. FULL QRCHESTRA and EFFECTS. PRICES: 6d., Is., and Is. 6d. pERT ' CITY COUNCIL. TOWN-HALL. The TOWN HAL, PERTH, ' is now available for-~JRING. Terms may be obtained upon application to the TOWN CLERK, TOWN HALL.' A ' W 'tnnm . A FTn rf' m

A :v. DOBBi .A CO., LTD. The name of BRINSMEAD on a Piano stands for the world's best. It is the high est possible guarantee of excellence that you can secure. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. Every year the BRINSMEAD output in creases, and to-day the fame of these instru ments-extends to all parts of thegliobe. - BRINSMEAD. SBRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. You are invited to call at our showrooms. Whether a purchaser or not we shall be equally pleased to demonstrate the beauties of our Pianos to you. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. BRINSMEAD. If you cannot call you should write for our latest catalogue (sent free to inquirers), which contains illustrations of all our latest models. WE. ARE SOLE AGENTS. THE HOUSE FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL. A. W. DOBBIE and CO., LTD., A. W. DOBBIE and CO., LTD., Perth, Kalgoorlie, Fremantle, Bunbury. i OST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE U ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL. A PPLECROSS and CA.?TN'?'G BRIDGE .1 FERRY SERVICE. - TIME-TABLE: Weekdays (Saturdays excepted); -Leave Perth 715, 9.30 a.m., 2.30,- 5.30, 7 p.m. Saturdays only, 7.15 a.m., 1.20, 3.5, 6.15, 1115 p.m. Sundays, 910, 11.0 a.m., 1.5, 3.0, 5.35, 7.0, 9.0 p.m. On Friday nights the boat will leave Perth at 9.30 instead of 7.0. SUTTON and OLSFN, Proprietors. a Tel. 512. , IFOTOR LAUNCHES for HIRE. - The LYJ.. fast and favourite Launches Valkyrie (licensed to carry 45). Valdemar (65), Val 6 davia (76), Valhalla t78), and Valthora (71). I, Charges strictly moderate. Apply SUTTON and OLSEN, Boatshed, Barrack-et. Square. Ring up 512. ýIUCHRE' Party and Dance, Saturday 'd ne.?. Mechanics' Institute, Leederrille. First prize, Dining-room Suite (8 pieces); second, beautiful couch: third, E.P. Tea Ser vice; and 3 others. Refreshments. Double 2s. 6d.; Single, is. 6d.. C. Aldous Or ganiser. H OW to DANCE. Etiquette of the Ballroom. Ballroom Guide, latest up-to-date, Sd., posted 7d., from H. B. ALBERT and CO.'S Music Storts, Central Arcade, Perth. B ?L ST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE IL ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL.

AMUSEMENTS. UEEN'S .-.-, H A L L SDirection .. .... Vic's Pictures. Positively Last, Two Nights of Positively Last Two Nights of VIC'S .. VIC,' S UNRIVALLED PROGRAMME, .. ... Headed by . (. A'FRONTIER CHILD. A FRONTIER CHILD. A FRONTIER CHILD. A Tale of a Great Indian Rising. A DYAK Pathe's THE LOST VILLAGE. Gazette. NECKLACE. The Superb Vitagraph Detective Drama, ON THE PUPIL OF THE EYE. ON THE PUPIL OF THE EYE. Nice and TROUBLESOME' A Motot Environs. STEP-DAUGHTERS.' Boat Trii . Incomparable New Selections by VIC'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA. Prices, Is. 6d., Is., and ld. Reserved Seats, 2s. and Is. 6d. 'Phone 2497. OWN . wALL, FREMANTLE. S Direction ...... . ..ic's Pictures. MAKE A BEE LINE FOR MAKE A BEE LINE FOR - VIC'" S . TO-NIGHT. And See the Finest Picture Programme Ever Screened in Fremantle. DIRECT FROM QUEEN'S RALL. 'The God of the Sun." "The God of the Sun." ANGLO-INDIAN - "The God of the Sun." DRAMA. "The. God of the Sun." "When Roses Wither." VITAGRAPH "When Roses Wither." PORTRAYAL. - "When Roses Wither." "When Roses Wither." COWBOY LIFE IN U.S.A. THE BIG Pathe's .... . MAN. 'SISTER. Gazette. ',WANTED. THE RENUNCIATION. Musical Programme from Queen's Hall. VIC'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA: Pricei, Is. 6d., Is., and 6d. Reserved, 2s. THEATRE ' ROYAL. Sole Direction .......... C, SPENCER. REMEMBER!!! . LAST TWO NIGHTS" LAST TWO NIGHTS O what i Universally conceded to be the Very Height of perfection in Animated Art -the most Sensational,'Stirring, Thrilling, :Enthralling and Magnificently Realistic Film ever shown this side.of the Equator and replete.with every attraction that. mo dern science and modern brains have- been 'able to devise eecute. and execute. I I THE MONEY ,KINGS. I I I Not in See this remarkable picture-play must cause life-long regret to those who miss it-it is all that is claimed of it and 'a thousand' fold more! S Supported by a Series Of CINEMATOGRAPHIC "STARS." Comin, on Wednesday, nTHe FRENCH SPY." :-Another Magnet of Colossal Power. Prices: 2s., Is. Sd.. Is. and 6d. Booking free at Theatre Royal, or.Telephone' 2317. SH ATESBURY THEATRE. Direction .. .. ......... T. A. Shafto., Huge Success of PAUL PEDR1NI and EDUCATED , - . BABOON, The Greatest Foot Equilibrist on Earth. SHAFPTESBURY 4. AMATEUR TRIALS SHAPFESBURY. SFRANK HAWTHORNE And COMPANY. SHAiTESBURY. KING and MILLARD, . In Spare Ribs. SHAFTESBURY. BRIGHTIE HOLT,• Comedienne. SHAFTESBURY: LYALL SISTERS, Series. SHAFTESBURY.. . : Prices S6d, Is.,1s. 6d. and 2s. 'Phone 1448. Booking Free. OLYMPIA PICTURE PALAGE, FREMANTLE. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Twelfth Week of the PERFECT and PEERLESS OLYMPIA PICTURES. I Our Bright Budget includes "INDIAN TEMPLES," A subject, dealing with tbehWonderful Archi ttictire of- our Indian'Empire. , Also - - 'THE LITTLE BRIDE OF HEAVEN." "SAVING THE ROYAL MAIL." The" Side-splitters, "WHEN A MAN'S MARRIED." *."HOW AUNTY CAME BACK.".

"A BLACK HAND- VICTIM," And "WILLIE BECOMES AN. ARTIST." POPULAR SELECTIONS by OLYMPIA ORCHESTRA.. - Admission--d. and Is. "T AST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE J-J ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES,-.QUEEN'S HALL. LABOUR NIGHT.-ýORTH PERTH WOMEN'S BRANCH "A.L.."-Grand MASQUERADE and PLAIN and FANCY DRESS BALL, TO-NIGHT (Monday), ST. GEORGE'S HALL, PERTH. Dancing, 8.30 p.m. to 2 a.m. Prizes for Best Fancy Set, Prizes for Best Fancy Couple, Most Original Costume. Tickets- Double, 7s..6d., Gents, 5s.; Ladies, 3s.; Gal lery, 1s.: A. S. CASSON, Secretary. T OCING.-Perth Quadrille Assembly TO-NIGHT, Hibernian Hall, Murray street. Ladies by invitation only. Gents., 2s. Sheridan's Band. * L. HALVORSON, M.C. - DONT MISS THE GREAT MUSIC SAIs At ALBERT'S CENTRAL ARCADE. 25 to 50 Per Cent. Discount. "T OST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE 1 T ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL. MINING. BIRTHDAY GIFT G.M. CO., NL. NOTICE is hereby given that a CALL. (the second) of THREEPENCE has been made on all Contributing Shares in the above Company. Same is now due, payable up to November 13, 1912. ARTHUR BRISTOWE, Sec., Register Chambers? Grenfell-street, Adelaide. TUPTONS GOLD MINES. SNO LIABILITY. A CALL. Notice is hereby given that a CALL (the ninth) of Threepence per Share Was de clared on the 8th day of October, 1912, on all Contributing Shares in the above Com pany, Nos. 20,001 to 50,000 inclusive, pay able at the office of the company, Main street, Meekatharra, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of NOVEMBER, 1912. All shares on which this call remains unpaid on the 21st day of November, 1912, will be absolutely forfeited to the Company. Exchange must be added to all cheques. By order of the Board, NEIL CAMPBELL, Secretary. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING. Notice is hereby rivery that an EXTRA ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of Members of the Luptonus Gold Mines, N.L.. will be held at the ROYAL MAIL HOTEL on TUESDAY, the 5th day of NOVEMBER, 1912. Business: To consider the future work iig of the mine. By order of the Board. NEIL CAMPBELL. Secretary. rOP-NOP OIiN TENT and Soap. just T landed. Cannot be surpassed for children's heads; Is. Alex. Trouchet, Bar rack-it., Perth.

AUCTIONS. - SUMMARY OF AUCTIONS. THIS DAY. October 28.-Learmonth, Duffy and Co.- "At Tilbury House, Esplanade, Fre inantle, furniture, etc: 11 a.m. October 28.-Robertson Bros.-Safes and 'oifce -furniture. on the premises, 50 William-st., Perth; 11 a.m. October 28.-T. Tate and Co.-Furniture, "pianos, incubators, etc., at the Mart, 88 'Murray-street; 2 ,p.m. October 286.-Eben Allen and Co.-Household furniture and effects, at 778 Hay-street! (opp. Foy and Gibson's); 2.30 p.mn October 29.--Een Allen and Co.-House hold furniture and effects, at McNeil's Chambers, Barrack-st.; 2.30 p.m. October al.--?. A. 4ansfield.--Piano, furni ture, and effects, at thq Mart, 125 Wil liam-st;; 2.30. October 29.-Chas. Sommers (i. conjunction with Rbt: IA. Elliott, York)-Valuable freehold property, 1,389~ acres, at Mt. Hardy, near York: in the room-s-56St. George's-ter.: 3 p.m. " ` October 30.---. W. Ducat'-Unredeemed pledges, at 56 William-street; ll-a.m. October 30 -Eben Allen and Co.-Hoisehold furniture,- U.G.- piano; ýbilliard table, etc., at 55 Mount-st.; 11 a.. October" 31.-A. W. Ducat-Unredeemed pledges, at 56 William-st. -11 a.m i October 31--Chas. Sommers-h-ousehold fur niture and effects, at 97 Hamertley-rd. (corner Saljsbury-st.), SubiacdJ 11 o'clock. - October 31.-Eben Allen and Co.-Household furniture 'and effects, at 778 Hay-st. (opp. Foy and Gib-on's); 11 aa.n October 3I.-Chas. Sommers.-Farm, .801 acres, in the ,}ooms, 56 St. George's ?terrace;3,p.n. Di)tkei 3?.-CIss. Sommers.-in therooms, S56 St' Gedoge's-terrace, brick vill For rest-street, North Perth: 3 p.mw." October 31.-Chas. Sommers.-In the'ropms,' 56 St. George's-terrace, vacant: rand, Churchlands Estate, Subiaco; 3 p.m. October 31.-Chas. Sommers--Brck resi dence, First-avenue, Mt. Lawley, in the rooms, 56 St. George's-ter.; 3 p.m. October 31.--Chas. Sommers.-The (Cpsnells "'Est'ate; ir"tihePeith Literary Intitute; Hay?-t. East; 8 p.m. " : November 7.-Chas.' Sommier.--In the rooms, 56 St. George's-terrace, farms; 1,239 acres, in the Beverley district, in . assigned estate. November 1.-Chas. Sommers-U.G. piano (Nanon), household furniture and effects, at "Cordena," Eric-st., Cottesloe; 11 a.m. ,November 4.--Chas.. Sommers.--lousehold furniture, 121 Forrest-street, North Perth, on the premises; 11 o'clock. Nov. 6.-Leatmonth, Duffy. and Co.-Swamp MlInds, brick villa. lots in Victoria Park, .100 acres'at Wannerool SNovember 7.-Eben 'Allen and Co.-Im proved property, Subiaco and Claremont, in the Builders and Contractors' Ex-. change, Commercial Union Buildings, St. George's-ter. r 3 .m. NovemTier 8.-Chas. Sommers and J. J. and F. G. Higham.-Building sites, North Fremantle, on the ground; 12 o'clock noon. NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER- 530. : At Eleven A.M: In the ROOMS, 56 William-street. IMPORTANT SALE Of VALUABLE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. VALUABLE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. JEWELLERY OF EVERY DESCRIP TION. A-. W. DUCAT has received instructions Sfrom Mr. B. Rosenwax (National Mont .de Piete, 166 Murray-street) to SELL as above NEARLY- 400 LOTS of' GENUINE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, .Including Large?MARQUISE DIAMOND RING, single stone. DIA. RINGS, 'DIA. and SAPP. RING, - HALF-HOOP DIA. RINGS. GOLD ENGLISH LEVER WATCHES. GOLD CHAINS. / BANGLES, BROOCHES. RINGS, WATCHES, etc. HALF-PLATE CAMERA. WINCHESTER RIFLES. GENT.'S SUIT CASE, fitted with silver mountings, -etc;, etc. Those who require Jewellery should at tend sale and secure same at'their own price. WEIGHT and QUALITY GUARANTEED. Note.-Pledges may be redeemed br in terest paid up till 6 p.m. 29th inst. A. W. DUCAT, Auctioneer, 56 William-street. Tel. 1778. NEXT THURSDAY, OCTOBER M. I At Eleven A.M. In the. ROOMS, 56 William-streef VALUABLE UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. VALUABLE UNREDEEMED PLEDGF. ' A- W. DUCAT has received inst'rictions from the N.S.W. Mont de Piete D: and I. Co., Ltd., 50 William-street; (who are clos ing the W.A. branch), to .SEL4, as above, the time-expired Pledges to date, including JEWELLERY, JEWELLERY, JEWELLERY Of Every Description. -SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 35 rols., etc., etce. An opportunity of securing- High-class Jewellpry at a low price. THIS DAY, THIS DAY, OCTOBER 28, . At Eleven A.M. VALUABLE FURNITURE and EFFECTS. TIL7BURY HOUSE, ESPLANADE, . FREMLNTLE: LEARMONTH, DUFFY and CO. have re ceived instructions from S. H. Herd castle, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUG TION as above, the whole of his valuable hold furniture, etc. comprising"- WALNUT SIDEBOARD. with cellarette

Cane tables, rattan chairs. and settees, upholstered rocker, lace curtains CEDAR BOOKCASE Japanese screen, fire screen, jarrah curbs, hearth rugs. etc. Set (10 vols.) Chambers' Encyclopedia Set (20 vols.) INTERNATIONAL LIBR ARY OF FAMOUS LITERATURE in special oak case Copper pedestal lamp, leather writing ease LARGE COLLECTION BEST - E.P. WARE, glaisware and fancy china Set DRAWING INSTRUMENTS ', LEATHER'DINING-ROOM SUITE, oak - frames Oak occasional table, jardinieres CEDAR DINNER WAGGON Seagrass arm chair, ash pan Basket grate, vpses, etc. - WALNUT OVERMANTEL. BEDROOM SUITE, 4 pieces Commode, Rochester lamp, linoleums CAMPHOR WOOD COMBINATION CHEST D.B.M. bedstead, H.H. mattress, kapok bed, etc., bed-and table linen, -Brus sels carpet;, single -bedstead, large linen press ' CEDAR HALL STAND, hall curtains, Native weapons,' Brussels hall carpet Bissell carpet sweeper ICE CHEST, 6 chairs. etc. Large dresser with doors, safe, dinner service;2 coppr" kettles, aluminium saucepans, and usual" kitchen sundries 2 lsean mhowers; garden hose and; reel, -lawn rol . carpenters'-tools, garden . oo, ls?heelliafrow, miangle, copper, boiler,tubs, etc., etc. No Reserve. THURSDAY OCTOBER 31, 1912 At Half- past Two P.M. VALUABLE FARMING PROPERTY AT - DANDARRAGAN. GRUNTDY. and CO., Auctioneers; of " Moora, have received instructions' from the Executor of the Estate of MICHAEL DODD, deceased, to SELL by Public Auc tion, .at the Moora Hotel, Moorsa, on Thurs day, October 31, 1912, at 2.30 p.m. All that FARM situated at Dandar ragan, and 22 miles from Moora; known as Everton Valley, consisting of 170 acres freehold, 100 acres Cond, - -tional Purchase lease, 19 years paid, a?nd 3,000 Pastoral LeAse. The property consists of Melbourne Loca tions No. 513, 100 acres; No. 317, 30 acres; and 501, 40 acres. C.P. No. 48/1689 and Pastoral Lease No. 93/1686. The freehold is securely fenced with sheep-proof fence. - 120 acres cleared, two permanent wells and one dam, and one 4 roomed. house. The O.P. is fenced with 3 wires, 20 acres cleared, and one permanent well. The above property is situated in one of the best farming and grazing districts in W.A.. with an assured rainfall, and being on the main road. 22 miles from Moora. The property will be offered in one lot, and if not sold the Freehold will then be offered as one lot and the C.P. and Grazing Lease second lot. 01 o R N .S have caused many a person to become lame with agony, and consequently drive the sufferer to fly to the razor for the cure, whilst really it only aggravates them. What is really required is an instant and permanent relief. TAUFIK RAAD'S STAN?DARP~ CORN CURE gives you instant and permanent relief. Little Corns and big Corns. soft Corns and hard Corns. it takes them all out root and branch. It gives no pain. Sold everywhere, Is., or Is. ld. posted Accept no substitute. i"TOST CHOIrD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE I L ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL.

AUCTIONS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29; 1912; In the Rooms, 56 St. George's-terrace, Perth. . At Three P.M. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY Situated as MT, HARDY, near YORK, Containing 1,389 Acres 2 Roods. I-H$S. SOMMERS (in conjunction with , ROBT. A.ELLIOTP, of York) has rL -ceived instructions to SELL by Public Auc tion as above Lots 1,.6, and 7 .of Mt. Hardy Estate, containing 544 acres 2 roods, and Avon Loes. 1656, 1578, 2040, 2139, 8966, 8967, and 8958.: containing' 845 acres, total 1;389 acres 2.roods. The property is situdated four miles from Mt. Hardy siding and about nine miles from York. The land is aljfenced and subdivided into 35 paddocks witfwire-netting and barb wires; about 1,100 acres cleared, about 400 acres growing crop, looking well, and about 200 acres fallow.- Other- improvements in clude a nice 4-roomed stone. house, also 5-roomed wood'and-iron houise, large machi nery shed and stables, hay, buggy, and chaff sheds, good 'water supply on the property. This is thndoubtediy one of the best pro perties in the York district, nearly the whole of the land is a deep, rich, red soil, and has prodriced. the heaviest crops in the dis trict. Anyone wishing to obtain this beau tiful property should;:inake, an early m spection, as my instructions- are impera tive. Any-further -particulars may be, obtained upon applicatioA to the Auctioneers, 56 St. .George's-terrace, Perth, -or Robt. A. Elliott, York. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31.` . .. t'Eleven o'Clock. On the; PREMISES JT.Rpamersley-road . , (corner Slisbury-street), ; - SUBIACO. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE - and EFFECTS. .CHAS. SOMMERS has been favoured with ·. .instructions- from -E. Arundel..Esq. .whose' house- he has- sold), .to SELL-as above:,- , .... . :. ' First -c1a i .. PIANO - (Hake), 'asup erior .instrumeit, in perfect- order; - PIANOLA, in perfect order (guaran . teed), records, piano revolving stool. .:Hall AXMINSTER CARPET, 25ft., -brass ends, hall curtains, H.P. HALL STAND, back B.G. mirror, drawer and wells. - DIVAN CHAIRS; upholstered, H.B. . SUITE, 9 pieces, comprising COUCH, 2 ARM and 6 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, cane .seats , and backs, . WALNUT MUSIC - CANTERBURY, WALNUT inlaid. 4-tier WVHATNOT, lacquered top :occasional tables, handsomd jardi nieres, vases, and ornaments, oil-paint ings.?y "Hoyt," and other celebrated Sartists,? pictures,' engravings, easels, V.P. rugs and mats, lace and other curtains, carpet, 12 x'12. ASH-.. and MAPLE BEACONSFIELD BEDROOM SUITE, 3 pieces, compris Sng WARDROBE, 4ft: 6in., full length b.g. panel, hat recesses, drawers, etc., DRESSING TABLE, 4ft., fitted with large b.g.' swing mirror, - side square mirrors, tray .3 utility and 4 jewel drawers, M.T. art tiled mirrored back PEDESTAL WASHSTAND, 3 drawers, aHP. WVARDROBE, with b.g. panel and drawers, BEACONS IELUD 5-DRAWER ' DUCHESSE, 2 DUDLEY 5-DRA»iwit DUCHESSES,. T.R. washsthnds, wale, bedroom chairs. B- .. D. BEDSTEAD, A.M. French D. BEDSTEADS,. S. iron BEDSTEADS, R.S. wire and. kapok mattresses, ASH LINEN'PRESS; bedside mats, mirror square.s- - Handsome SOLID .WALNUT : SIDE BOARD,-,6ft., picked out panels, ar ti$tically. mirrored,- Corinthian pillars, fitted :- ith -drawers,. cupboards, cel larette, etc. Massive EXTENSION DINING TABLE, - 10ft. (screws), POLISHED JARRAH BOOKCASE,: 7ft. Sin. x 4ft.; 'double Sglass door? drawers .,ad 'cupboard ' WALNUT OVER'MANTEL, fitted with 5 mirrors, SPRING' COUCH, uphol stered i" leather, massive SOLID MARBLE 8-day CLOCK, OAK ICE -CHEST, , OAK. H.B. cane-seated DININGROOM CHAIRS, cutlery and glassware,. Singer's TREADLE SEW SING MACHINE.. Kitclien: DRESSER, TABLES; MEAT SAFES,. D.R. TABLE MANGLE, Paragon PATENT WASHING MAC HINE culinary, and liaundry utensils, "Marris" garden roller, 2ft. cylinder rain makers, and sundries.? S- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. In the PERTH LITERARY INSTITUT3, e Hay-street. - + .. .At'Eight P.M. - .:GREAT :REALISATION SALE Of: the . S .GOSNELLS .ESTATE. - .FOR. SALE" by . AUCTION by ORDER of : the SUPREME COURT. TO\WIND UP THE AFFAIRS OF THE COMPANY. The Land must be Sold, and to those in search of- ORCHARD BLOCKS,. POULTRY FARMS, and RESIDENTIAL SITES close to the Railway Station and with River Frontages, this Sale offers a golden oppor Stunity of.securimn Cheap Land on LONG -and EASY TERMS. CHAS. SOMMERS has been favoured with - instructions from Charles Andrews, Esq., the Receiver of the Gosndlls Estate appointed byvthe Supreine Court, to SELL -as above, practicall.y without reserve The whole-bf the GOSNELLS ESTATE, in lots to suit "purchasere. The land for sale includes the unsold por tions of the.earlv subdivisions..of the eatite, and the new subdivisions, of the latter never having been previously offered for sale. Plans are now ready, and inay be had on applicatio'n. .The terms are'ei?riemely liberal. T-~-&---- n .. .....- 1? n .. .."11^ . . .....

the estate by appointment. • Further particulars-on application to the Auctioneer, 56 St. George's-terrace, or to Charles Andrews, 561 Hay-st. East. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. " MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4: - ,At Eleven o'Clock. On the PREMISES, 121 FOREST-STREET; NORTH PERTH. HOUSEHOLD FUImNITURE and'EFFECTS. (iHAS. SOMMERSJIdsbiden favoiured with instructions 'from Mrs: Weir, who is leaving for the.-Eastern States, to SELL as above. * Full particulars in later issue, and oh ap plication to the Auptioneer,,56 St. George's .terrace. THIS DAY (MONDAY), at Two P.M. Sharp. At Our MART, 88 MU1RRAY-STREET. ANOTHER' GOCOD MIXED LOT OF HOUSEHOLD' PFURNITURE, Kitchen Utensils,- 'Tncubtor _'(200 egg, in ,icdI order, -Go-carts and" Prams, Lolly Jars, Ornaments, Pictures, Cur tains; Rattan;-Chbirs, Office Chair, Deck Chairs, Lampis, Children's Chairs and Table for nursery Carpet, 'Lino., Mats, Safe, and Dresser, a grand lot of Bed steads,/H.H. Mattress; good Stretcher, Oval and Extension Tables, . superior Kitcliei' antd D.R. Tables, good Ward robe, nice Cabinet, and Sideboard, etc. Also, a "ood BEDROOM SUITE, 3 'PIECES (D. .), VERY'SUPERIOR DUCHESSE CHESTS and CHESTS of DRAWERS, HANDSOME C: and N. HEAVY BED STEAD (nearly new), 2 GOOD-SECOND HAND .PIANOS, nice ex Walnut D.R. Table, Chairs; Trunks, Blinds, etc. . TATE and CO will SELL as above, THIS DAY, at, 2 p.m. sharp. N.B.--Out-door Sales at any time. Good Prices, Quick Returns REASONABLE CHARGES. EVERYONE'S INTEREST CONSERVED. Head'Office :713 HAY-STREET. AUCTION MART: 88 MURRAY-STREET. 'Phone.1914. Established 25 Years. No Mushroom Growth. THIS MORNING. THIS MORNING. On the PREMISES, 50 William-st., Perth. At Eleven A.M. VALUABLE SAFES, by Ostertag, Milner, and Chubb, OFFICE FURNITURE, MOTOR CAR. ROBERTSON BROS, have received in structions from the N.S.W. Mont d Piete Deposit and Investment Co., Limited who are relinquishing business in this State to SELL as above. Two large SAFES, by "Ostertag," 36 x 46.x 72 inches: MILNER, 27 x 35 x 36 inches; CHUBB, 28 x 34 x 42 inches;eall in excellent condition. Large OFFICE DESK (Cutler pattern). TYPEWRITER, "Yost." 4 cane-seated chairs, revolving office chair and cushion, office table- with 2 dc.awers, COPYING PRESS and stand, ledger desk, set of 6 drawers, lino., floor rug, coir mat and sundries. "BROUGHOT," 10-h.p. motor car, with hood, lamps, etc., complete, trial can be arranged before the sale. L I"T ST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE ALPS." TO-IIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, WEKBi'S HALL.

AUCTIONb.. WEEKLY FAT CATTLE MARKET. COPLEY'S SIDING, SOUTH FREMANTLE. TUESDAY,. OCTOBER 29. At-Half-past One P.M. LDELR, SHENTON and CO., LIMITED, Ldhave received ins-uctions to OFFER by AUCTION, on' account of various owners: 200 prime bullocks. Advices received show these to be an especially fine shipment, and buyers may attend ,this sale with every confidence. Owing to the late arival of , the sas. Moira the sale will' be held 'on' Tuesday instead.of Monday this week. - NORTH FREMANTLE. SPECIAL SALE OF IMPORTED EWES. ON TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29. At Three P.M. .3,500 IMPORTED LEICESTER CROSS And COMEBACK EWES. ELDER SHENTON and OO., LIMITED, ' 'are instructed to OFFER by AUC TION on owners' account, the following high-class ewes, bred by Sir Rupert Clarke, of Bolinda Vale, Victoria. and specially shipped for the requirements of breeders in thi? .State: 2,400 Leicester cross ewes, in full wool, 1_ years old 1,100 Leicester merino comeback ewes, -in'full'wool. lf years old. :Withthe desire to meet the local inquiry for high-class ewes, one brand &nd earmark, the Auctioneers. have ,arrange a sale of these sheep as above' and will'be pleased to respond to any inquiries from' buyers for further particulars. USUAL TERMS. NORTH FREMANTLE.r SPECIAL SALE of 3,000 FAT and STORE ' WETERS. - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, \ At Three P.M. . ELDER, SHENTON, and CO., LIMITED, JL havp received instructions from Mr..D. N. McLeod to OFFER by AUCTION as above: 3,000 fat and store wethers. These sheep are direct from Minilya Sta tion.and.are reported to-be in tip-top con dition. The stores should be very suitable .for graziers in any part of the State. SPECIAL CLEARING SALE. WILLIAMS SALEYARDS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29. At Eleven A.M. 1,400 SHEEP, 40 HORSES, QUANTITY MACHINERY. KU.LKIN ESTATE, 3,951 ACRES FREE HOLD. .OXFORD DOWNS ESTATE,' 1,548 ACRES C.P. 25 .-'WILLIAMS TOWN LOTS. 25;. . V1,LDER, SHENTON, and CO., Ltd., under .A uinstructions from Mr. J.. L. B. Weir, trtstee in the Assigned F4tate of Mr. E: A.' Hamersley (with the consent ,of the niort gagees), will OFFER, by Public' Auction as abo-- . About 1,400 mi.ed sheep 30-40 horses, 'comprising 22 draughts, 18' light horses, and 2 draught stallions 20 head cattle Rushton portable steam engine Bagshaw chafEcutter and Steamer Corn crusher, 2-heavers 1 Mayer's grader 1 Sunshine. harvester, spring-tooth culti vator 3 drils, 1 4-furrow disc plough 1 4-furrow ' S.J. plough, pair bellows, anvil, vico Double top' Waggon, ordinary waggon . Dray, spring carts, 2 double, buggies 1' phaeton, 2 sulkies 2 sets buggy harness, 2 sets spring cart harness 2 sets double buggy harness, cart har. ness. Large quantity of sundries. ALSO, at the SAME TIME and PLACE. KULKIN ESTATE, comprising 3,945'acres 'freehold; 603. acres cleared, 400 acres partly cleared,- 400 rung, new eight-roomed house, almost coinpleted,, 'plenty of permanent water. All fenced,.wire netting-and.six wires. OXFORD DOWNS ESTATE, comprising -1,647 acres, 320 acres of which are .freehold, " the balance being C.P., with & years' rents paid, 140.acres.cleared; all rung, subdivided 'into 5 padddoks, permanent water. Portions of WILLIAMS LOCATION D (Town Lote), being Lots, 1, 2, on which is erected a large. shed used as a -Produce Store; Lots 3, 4, 5, 9, on which is erected a Brick "House, used as a dwelling and store; Lot 10, 17, on which is a 4-roome~d House and stables; Lots 18, 19, 20, 23, on which is erected Butcher's Shop and stables; -Lot 24, on which are erected large Offices and outbuildings;"Lot 26, on which is a wheelwright's, shop; Lots 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, on which are erected saleyards; Lots 34, 36; 38. 40, 41, 42, on which is a wooden Dwell ing used aI s a hospital:. SUBURBAN LOT 17, on which is erected a substantial cottage. MARJTIDIN LOTS, 30, cntainmug 214 acres, and Lot 5, containing 190 acres. All'information from ELDER, SHENTON, and CO., Ltd., Perth a.rrl Enerlevh

- MONDAY. OCTOBER 28,. At Three P.M. At the ROOMS, 530 HAY-STREET. HOUSES and LAND, HAVELOCK and -'SIMPSON STREETS, PERTH. Good Rent-producing Properties. . J. RODOREDA has been instructed to 1J SELL' as above. Portion of Perth Suburban Lot'150. 'here are six brick houses on the land returning £3 14s. per week. Always well let. This property is near the Newcastle-street tram and five minutes from West Perth Railway Station. TERMS AT TIME OF SALE. E. J. RODOREDA, Auctioneer, 530 May-street. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, At Three P.M. At the ROOMS, 530 HAY-STREET. TWO LOTS of LAND inLEEDER-STREET, near the Leederville Hotel.' E J.RODOREDA has been instructed E to SELL as above. Lots 17 and 18 of Perthshire Location A, x 79ft. 2in. frontage to Leeder street, by 145ft.'10in. deep.. These Lots are well situated for Factory or. Residential purposes. There is a work. shop on the lots. E. .. RODOREDA, Auctioneer, 530 May~street. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28; At Three P.M. At the ROOMS, 530 HAY-STREET. SUBSTANTIAL BRICK VILLA, WELLING 'TON-STREET. . J. RODOREDA has been instructed to SELL as above, Lot 3, part of Perth Town Lot N5. This lot has a frontage of 33ft. to Well ington-street, by a depth of about 150ft., on which is erected a Double-fronted Brick Villa, cgntaining 6 rooms and conveniences. This property is very close to the tram and within easy walking distance of the city. E. J. RODOREDA, Auctioneer, 530 Hay-street. COPLEY'S SIDING CATTLE MARKET. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912, One-thirty P.M. "TALGETY and COMPANY, D, l7 will SELL by PUBLIC, AU TDN, ac count owneSs- 250 -fat cattle. 50 store bullocks, ex Port Hedland. Buyers Please Note Date of Sale. Usual Terms for Store Bullocks. We would specially draw Buyers' atten tion to this Sale, as the Cattle to be offered are a particularly fine line from Port Hed land.

AUCTIONS. THIS AFTERNOON., MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912. On the PREMISES, 778HAY-ST., under the Adelaide Tailoring Co. (opposite Foy and Gibson's). IMPORTANT SALE of USEFUL and SUPE RIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. 4 U.G. PIANOS, WALNUT CASES, IRON FRAMES. E BEN ALLEN and CO. have received in * structions from various owners to SELL as above, and comprising RATTAN OCC. CHAIRS and 'TABLES Gipsy tables, Rattan LOUNGE, CHAIRS Al BRUSSELS CARPETS 2 Handsome WALNUT DRAWING-. ROOM SUITES,. 5 pieces, upholstered in" silk tapestry 4 PAIRS CURTAINS and POLES FENDERS and IRONS MODERN DESIGNS KAURI and OAR SIDEBOARDS' . 3 pairs HALL CURTAINS DINING-ROOM SUITES, uph. in leather, 7 pieces each 2 CARPEl SQUARES, OAK EXTENSION TABLE, 8ft. Table cover 3 OVERMANTELS, with B.G. mirrors 2 CHESTS of 5 drawers each Handsome: BEIROOM SUITES, 3 pcs. each, all designs 3 R.B. WASHSTANDS, toiletware 4 and 5 DUCHESSE CHESTS Bedding, wire stretchers CEDAR FRAME SWING MIRROR (full length) DOUBLE FRENCH and PARISIAN BEDSTEADS Wire mattresses / ORNAMENTS, PICTURES 3 KITCHEN DRESSERS, A.B. CHAIRS LINOS., 2 SAFES, lamps, blinds, PRAM., kitchen utensils, and a host of useful sundries. EBEN ALLEN, Auctioner. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29, 1912. At Half-past Two. ON .THE PREMISES. McNEIL'S CHAM BERS, BARRACK-STREET, PERTH. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE .HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FUR NISHING. ENAMEL.BATH and DOUGLAS GAS HEATER. (By Robertson- and Moffat.) I[BEN ALLEN and CO. have been fav oured with instructions from Mrs. Schiffmann, who is leaving Perth for the summer months, to SELL as above. FULL, IPARTICULAIIS TO-MORROW'S ISSUE. EBEN- AL-EN, Auctioneer. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30; 1912. At Eleven o'Clock. . On the PREMISES, "Remeura," 55 Mount street. , IMPORTANT SALE OFi SUPERIOR and VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD .FURNI TURE AND EFFECTS. U.G. PIANO, IRON?FRAME, and EBONY CASE, Sostenuto Piano Co., cost £90. I' ALCOCK'S BILLIARD-TABLE, and Accessories. SET' of SINGLE HARNESS American Leather, with Rubber and Gold Mounts. EBEN ALLEN and CO. have been .L favoured with instructions from W. F. Lathain, Esq. (in consequence of Mrs. Lathain's departure on a visit to the -Eastern States) to SELL as above. and comprising LAWN :MOWER, GARDEN HOSE, POT PLANTS .ft. HALL STAND, wiith B,G. mirrors and diawers 'Aboit 24ft. red AXMINSTER RUNNER 3ft. wide Al QUALITY HALL'LINO., door slips HANDSOME CHESTERFIELD COUCH and TWO EASY CHAIRS, upholster ed in figured silk tapestry (imported) UNIQUE DESIGN OCC. CHAIRS, in silk tapestry BEAUTIFUL AXMINSTER CARPET, figured on blue ground, 12 x 15, wove in one piece SOFA RUG to MATCH CARPET, also HEARTH RUGS - OCC. TABLES, FIRE SCREEN JARDINIERE - and PEDESTAL, EBONISED PEDESTAL HANDSOME and COSTLY ORNA MENTS 10ft. EXTENSION DINING. TABLE, on CASTORS " HANDSOME MODERN . DESIGN - SOLID WALNUT SIDEBOARD, beanu tifully carved, 3. drawers, cupboards, and cellarette, and B.G. mirror DINLNGROOM SUITE, 9 pieces. BLACKWOOD FRAMES, upholstered in Crossley saddle-bags FENDER and IRONS, ash pans AXMINSTER CARPET. 12 z ,i VALUABLE OIL PAINTINGS, "Mor Spbett" Window blinds, ,?OSTLY LACE CR TAINS 'SOLID BLACK VU)D PO O:K( ASE, glass doors, cuobiards. drarwers. and adjustable shelves BRUSSELS bTATI CARPET an I brass srods . . SERGE. CURTAINS DOUBLE BLA~CK and BRASS lTAL 1AN BEDSTEAD, R.S. wire mattrp~s WALNRUT ;and MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE, comprising B.G. door ward robe, dressing table, M.T. T.B. wash stand and pedestal TOILET WARE, Brussels carpet 15 x 13 ft. 6in. OVAL DINING TABLE, turned legs.?on

castors BREAKFAST? ROOM SUITE, 9 pieces, CEDAR FRAMES, uph. real leather' SMALL WALNUTI SIDEBOARD, 4ft., "with B.G. mirrors, cupboard, and drawers CLOCES, in good order AXUINSTER CARPET, 13ft. 6in. a 12 COMBIN'ATIONS BEDSTEADS and .'"bedding 5 DRAWER DUCHESSE CHILD'S B.M. DROPSIDE COT WELL-MADE" and UNIQUE DESIGN DRESSER, 5ft. 6in., with sliding glass doors, 3 drawers and sliding cupioards WIRE S4FE, crockery, glassware, and utensils *And a host of useful sundries ON VIEW TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, 3 to 6. EBEN ALLEN, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. At Three o'Clock. In the BUILDERS' and CONTRACTOIS' EXCHANGE, COMMERCIAL UNION CHAMBERS, ST. GEORGE'S-TERRACE. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. IMPROVED PROPERTY SUBIACO and CLAREMONT. E BEN ALLEN and CO. have been in .32 stru-ted by the mortgagee to SELL as above, and comprising 1. Lot 4'of Perih.Subturbn Lot 213. plan deposited No. 1508, and being the land described in cert,ficate of title vol. CXV., fol. 17. The land has a frontage of 60.6 links to Hay-street, Subiaco, by 178 links to a r.o.w., upon which is erected a pair of substantial built two-storey brick houses: etch containing 7 rooms and all modern conveniences Well let to good ten ants. 2. Lots 74 and 76 and 75 of Perth Sub urban Lot 207, plans deposited No. 1088, and being the land described -n certificates of title, vol.:CXXXVIII., fol 40 and vol. CXXVII., folio 56 respectively. The, land has a front age of 150 links to Perth-street, Su - biaco, by a depth of 185.5 links. The improvements consist of a substantial Jarrah W.B. House, containing en trance hall, 6 large lofty rooms, kit chen, bathroom, pantry, laundry with copper and troughs, verandah on front and side. The rooms are L. and P., corniced, centrepieces, grates, and tie hearths. 3. Portion of Swan Location 907. and being Lot 119 on deposited plan 2064, and being the land described in cer tificate of title vol. CCLXVI., fol. 6, and having a frontage of 100 links to Watkins-road, Claremont, by 325.2 links deep. The improvements con sist of a substantial 5-roomed house, in good order, and let to good ten ant. Particulars and conditions of sale may be seen at the office of Messrs. James and. Darbyshire, Solicitors, St. George's-terrace. JAMS AND FRUITS. L - IXL PUREST AND BEST. ' OST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE ALPS." TO-NIGHT, VIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL.

GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. UL .JS ELLS GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. ARE YOU THE MAN WHO PAYS TWO DAYS' WAGES EACH WEEK AS RENT?. HAVE YOU BEEN DOING THIS FOR YEARS, AND YET HAVE NOTHING TO' SHOW FOR IT. RENTPAYERS ARE HEAVILY HANDICAPPED. WHY NOT HAVE A HOME OF YOUR OWN? YOU 'THINK IT IMPOSSIBLE? WE SHOW YOU HOW, AND HELP YOU TO DO IT. All the requirements of the following people are fully met in this propod. tion:-. The man who must live in a convenient place near the city. The man who has only his wages to depend on. The man who desires to cultivate a bit of Land in his snare time, and thus supplement his income. The man who de sires to rear his family under healthy conditions, where their education will not suffer. The man who wants to go in for fruit, flowers, vegetables, or poultry. The woman who has saved a few shillings and wants to invest them safely and wisely. OWING TO THE ORDER OF THE SUPREME COURT OVER 4,000 ACRES OF GOSNELLS GOOD LAND MUST BE SOLD. EVERYONE CAN NOW SECURE A GOOD BLOCK, ANY SIZE. ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, at 8 p.m., IN THE LITERARY INSTITUTE, HAY.STREET, PERTH. CHARLES SOMMERS WILL CARRY bUT THE ORDER OF TilE COURT' BY SELLING 4,000 ACRES OF GOSNELLS GOOD LAND BY AUCTION. TO THE' HOME SEEKERS, THE INVESTOR and the LAND USER. THIS IS GOOD NEWS. IT IS ONE OF THOSE OPPORTUNITIES THAT CANNOT RECUR. TO RESIDENTS OF THE 'METROPOLITAN AREA, there is no heed to mention the good points of Gosnells. On holidays when picnicking on Gos nells famous grounds, how often have they broken the Commandment and coveted their neighbour's goods, as they viewed the garden homes? BUT FOR RE BENEFIT OF NEW-COMERS WE STATE THAT TO DO ANY GOOD YOU MUST CO-OPERATE WITH NATURE. At Gornells the Land is good, the watet is pure and plentiful. These with the rich clay sub. soil still grow anything. YOU DO NOT WANT TO GO MILES FROM CIVILISATION. Gosnells is only.10 miles from the Perth G.P.O. The Railway Station and the Model Public School are in the Gosnells Estate. The people enjoy every public, social, and religious convenience. These things are neither promises or prophesies, they are actualities. See for, yourselves. YOU WANT PLENTY OF ROOtt In a country like this, what sense is there in living on a bit of Land the size of a Sserviette? Is that what you came t9 Australia for? At Gosnells you can get a few acres at less cost than you can buy one of those pocket-handkerchief lots in any other suburb. YOU WANT TO BE THERE AT THE START. So far as prices are concerned, "Get in on the ground floor," as the Americans say. Make thq profit yourself. Gosnells is the only Suburb, with a large area, where you can get land at the first host. 'The person with either a few shillings or a few pounds can't "go wrong in buying at Gosnells. GO AND SEE GOSN ELLS FOR YOURSELF. See the River Frontages; See the Rich Swamp Lands; See the wealthy Gum fiats; See the beautiful undulating country. GO AND $SEE WHAT, OTHERS ARE DOING AT GOSNELLS. DO NOT FORGET That Thursday, October 31, is the day of Opportunity; That the opportunity is yours if you takq hbld of it; Get particulars to-day. Now is the time. WE HAVE KEPT THE BEST WINE UNTIL LAST. 4 THE PRICES AND THE TERMS ARE ALL RIGHT. PRICES. The Land will be sold by Auction and the people will give the prices. NO RESERVE. TERMS. 10 per cent. Deposit, and the balance spread over three years, in monthly instalments-without interest. You can have five years' terms by paying 5 per cent. on the small balance owing during the last two years, PROTECTION. The Contracts will stipulate that the payments will be suspqnded during sickness or unemployment. AND thould the purchaser be the BreadAwinner of the family and die during the currency of the Contract, the widow, children, o: other legal representative will. receive a Free Title for the Land. These Contracts will combine a kind of Life Assurance principle, which protects those dependent upon the Purchaser. This Gosnells Sale means good business for you: It will enable you to get just what you want. If you neglect this Opportunity it will be no use whipping the cat sfti'r wards. You know it's a good thing, then act accordingly.. History will repeat itself on Thursday. October 31. Just as many made money at the' First Gosnells Sale, So again on Octobei 31 Buyers will.smile. BOOK,THE DATE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, Get Plans and Particulars from CHARLES ANDREWS, RECEIVER,

GOSUNELLI ESTATE, 551 HAY-STREET, PERTH. GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. SGOSNELLS. L GOSNELLS GOS.NELLS. U JLJ , GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. GOSNELLS. *AN ONOTO. ONLY AN ONOTO and NOTHING BUT AN ONOTO If you own an Onoto Pen-you need no filler or bulb.aquirt-because tis ONOTO FILLS ITSELF. More than this, the Onoto cannot leak. It is a perfect writing implement, that never blots, scratches, or splutters. Guaranteed by the makers, and British makea Get one now at the nearest jewellers, stationers, or stores Price, 12s. upwards. Booklet about it free on application to T. De La Rue and Co., Ltd., 110 Bunhill. row, London, E.C.'; or 9the Australasian Repjesentatives, Norman Baker and Longhurst, 50 York-street, Sydney. ONOTO THE PEN.

AUCTIONb THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1912. At Eleven o'Clock. On the PREMISES. 778 HAY-ST., under the Adelaide' Tailoring Co. (opposite Foy and Gibson's). IMPORTANT SALE of SUPERIOR HOUSE HOLD" FURNITURE and EFFECTS. I U.G. PIANOS, WALNUT CASES, IRON FRAMES. EBENZ ALLEN and CO. have received in structions from various owners to SELL as above. INSPECTION INVITED ,FSOM 8 A.M. DAILY. EBEN ALLEN, Auctioneer. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), OCTOBER 29. - At Half-past Two o'Clock. At MANSFIELD'S MART, 125 WILLIAM STREET. FURNITURE of Every Description. BEDROOM SUITES, Oak, Sauri, etc. SIDEBOARDS, Oak and Walnut, PIANOS. Double and. Single BEDSTEADS and Bed: ding. DINING SUITES, in Oak and Leather. FOILETWARE, Linos, WICKER CHAIRS. DAK HALLSTANDS, DRESSER, DUC HESSES, Kitchen Utensils, and Sun dries. Further Details To-morrow. IA. A. MANSFIELD will SELL, on account . of various owners, as above. Goods received up till 1 p.m. Tuesday for Sale. -OST CHORD," "MIDNIGHT IN THE SALPS." TO-NIGHT, SVIC'S PICTURES, QUEEN'S HALL.

AUCTIONS. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF WEST. ERN AUSTRALIA. CRAIG V. HAMERSLEY. On TUESDAY, the 29th INST., at 4 p.m., unless the Writ of Fi Fi be previously satis. fled, the Sheriff will cause to be SOLD-by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Williams, all De. fendant's Interest in Portion of Williams Location D, comprised in Certificate of Title Vol. 401, Folio 54, containing "approximately 2 Acres, fronting Cornwall-terrace. For further particulars apply to A. WILSON, ' Sheriff's Officer, Williams. RAILWAY NOTICES. .A. GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. KATAN?ING AGRICULTURAL SHOW, OCTOBER 30 and 31. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS at Single Fare and a Quarter will be issued to Katanning from all Eastern, Great Sou thern, and South-Western Line Stations and branches, October 27 to 31 inclusive, avail able for return until November 6. For full particulars see handbills at all stations. N. DOUGLAS. I Chief Traffic Manager. EDUCATIONAL PERTH HIGH SCHOOL. FOUR RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS. Apply to F. C. FAULKNER, M.A., Headmaster. IF you have a most atrocious corn And wish to shift it sure; Upon that most atrocious corn Use but Trouchet's Corn Cure.

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