IfrsTriW AlISTKAUAN HACES.
Under the Patronage of his Ex-
cellency the Governor,
AT a general Mrcting of the Western
Austrian Turf Club, it wss re- solved tbitt the Annual Racing Meeting in connection with the Club should be i held on WEDNESDAY and THTJRS. | DAY, the 26th sad 27th of Feb-uary, 1862, according to the Turf Club Rules ; , the Stewards' decision in all ¡cases being (¿final. < -
\ . Stewards for the ensuing yesr:-W.
< J.1 Clifton, Eeq, J. Gr. Thomson, Eeq, , T. Burges; Ksq.» G. Atfield, E*q, E. u .Hamersley, Ero. Clerk of the Course
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1 FIRST DAY.
The Maiden Bate of £50, witií a sweepstakeB of £3 eacb, for colonial-bred horses, which have never won public money, (flack Stakes exceptad.) Weights fcr oge. One mile and a half; heats.
Margeaux Challenge Cup, now in the poBeeBBiou of Gr. M. Meares, Esq., is open to challenge on the Western Aus- tralian Kate Course, on the 26th of , February next, by horses not exceeding 4 years old, got by Margeaux, or any «on/ of Margeaux's. Weights, 2 years old. 6st 2lbs. ; 8 years 7st. lOlbs. ; 4 years, 9st,; 81b s allowed to mares and geldings. 'One mile and a half;beats. Entrance £1 10b. ; to go to the expenses oi t|ie course.
t The ownership of the Cup will be de ,cjd«d Ly thin lace
The Queen's Plate of £100, to be run lor according to the published Queen'» Plate articles. Distance 8 miles. Entrance £2.
The Ladies' Purse of £80, with a sweepstui.es added of £2 each. Distance % unies." Weights for age.
, 6ECOND D*X ,
The Three-Tear Old Stakes of £40, with a sweepstakes added of £3 each. Distance li miles. Weights 8st.
' The Settler's Stakes of £-, with « sweepstaaes added ot £2 each, li miles ; beats. Weights for age.
' The' ToWn Plate of £-, with a sweepstakes ot £8 each. Distance 2 mjü*B î'ifreutB, ^ eigLis for age.
The Consolation Stake»»of £20, with sweeprtakes added ot £1 eacb, for beaten jiorseá.
|. Hack. Bace-H miles. Sweepstakes «Í £1, with £- added. Catch weights.
m The winner to bo put up at £40, and sold by auction to tbe highest bidder im- mediately* alter the race j surplus money to go to the race fund. ' ' ! '
, (Weights for sge:-~2- years old, 6st. y lbs. ; < ,3 years, 8stv 81bs. ; 4 years, 9st. ; S years, Oat. 61bs, ; 6 years and aged, 9at
r ' Marda and geldings allowed 3!bs. extra. ,, Horses not thoroughbred allowed 71bs.
> Corses take their age from the 1st of August. «
'' 'Entrance of eacb horse (to go to the Fund) ut the rate of five pounds per c-ut. on the amouut of the sum given by
the Fund. -
The owner of each winner shall pay to- wards Vhe Turi Funds five per cent, on the amount added to the sweepstakes.
All entries for the foregoing, with the exception of the Consolation, and Hack Races, to be made in writing on or before 4 o'clock.'p.m. of Monday, the > 24th of February,'to! be addressed to the Hon. ¡Secretary of the Club at the Freemasons' Tavern, Perth, where be will attend be- tween the hours ot 4 and 5 p.m to receive the amount ot entries and stakes. A jockey dismounting before being told to do so by the btewards, such horse is liable to be distanced, and great caution is, to be olsen ed in this respect.
^Allrriders must appear in strict jockey
4 The Faces will come off at or about the following times:
!?? Fibst Dat.-Muid en fíate at half
giant 11 a.m.,r and intervals of half an
nour between each beat and race.
&ECOÀB Day.-Three-Year-old Stakes
at noon, ; a¿d intervals of half an hour be- tween each heat and race, except after the Queeu's Flato Bace, when an hour will be given.
TSb owner can start a horee who has not complied with the aboye conditions, and subscribed at' least £1 towards the Bace Fund.
" Docs ' lound 'on the course will be
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" Applications for booths to be made to the .Honorary Secretory on' cr betöre the loth' Jauuaryl'l862 ; £2 2s for each booth a)iil the holder to be a subscriber oï £l Is toVe Bace Fund, This position of each Iqóih to be poiníed out by the Clerk c1 0|eCourte or his'Deputy.'1 " f '
''Fo'peieon allowed to hawk refresh^
menu iur tale about the Course without hating previously subscribed) 6s towards , ¡the Bace Fund. J v r! ' '
OOÛND on the run of the under» JP signed, a dark brindle steer, with white on the belly, also, small -white patches on the ramp, flankB^ fore finid' bind oil'feet, and white tailf' hobranjd
visible. If not claimed within' the1 time1
appointed, it will be1* sold to defray ex-
JOHN MAGUIRE. Prinsep Park, near Dardanup, I
December ,18,1861. > J
FOUND on the run -of the under-
signed, a three-year-pld ateer, white star or diamond on forehead, legs white, marked red near tail on rump, red patches on sides, no brand visible. Unless claim- ed duly, will« be sold to d> fray expenses.
' f J. HOUGH, Ju»; Ebenezer Farm, near Bunbury, *
December 2$ Ï86I. Í
GOT in frota the run of the under-
signed, a bay entire pony, star m forehead, blotched brand on the off side, rising three yea» old, 12 hands high. It not claimed within the time allowed by Act of Council, will be aold to defray ex-
Toodyay, Dec. 21,1861,
LOST from off the run near the
Waneiqnooka Police Station, a bay horse with black points, one hind foot a little white, branded AD near side of ribs, sear on near side withers, collar marked, 14} banda high.
Information to Superintendent of Po- lice, or any Police Station in the Colony.
MR. TRESEN, having secured from
the bush, in this district, a chesnut mare, branded T, also two of her progeny, (filliee) the same will be given up to any person establishing a legal claim.
Busselton, Vasse, Dec. 28,1861.
LOST, (supposed to have been stolen,)
ob the night of December ia, or morning ot the 14th, from a paddock at South Perth, a dark brown, or black mare] about 14} hands high, well bred, about 4 years old, branded on the near side some thing like a'gamble under the saddle, and
4 dmthe shoulder. < >
If stolen; ai'y person giving- such in« formation as will lead to the conviction of the offender shall receive the above reward,
If strayed, any parson delivering the mare in Perth shall reçoive a reward of
£1 10s., and repayment of all reason- able expenoes. <
Information to be given to Mr Hogan Government Offices, Pel tn.
' Per Late Arrivals.
GLOTBING, consisting of white
¿hirts, frilled te gatts do., black! alpaca, socks, silk and fancy vests, tweed
IRONMONGERY, consisting of pa- tent shingle nails, batten do., o imp'ovens! saucepans, tea kettles, frying pans, galva- nized paus, trowels, dung and potatoe forks, scythes complete, scythe stones, B X sickles, folding iron bedsteads, toy spades, tool chests, Welsh oil stones, iron table1 spoons, ' screw augers, jews harps, Bowing twine, plough and clothes lines, hand saws, masons* squares, adzes, mortice axeB, American axw«, shingling hammers, share moulds, improved Bcrew wrenches, butt hinges, chest and T do oart barnes, Wilkinson's sheep shears, padlocks, tin plates, iron brace and bits, tin tea and coffee pots, japan candlestick lamps, plated forks ; plated table, dobsert tea, mustard and salt spoons; metal tea and table do., assorted pocket compasses, fleams, rason, hammers, epokeehavoa, rules; iron wash-hand basons, scissors, mouse traps, powder flasks.1 shot belts, turnscrews, single mi»1 double blade pocket knives, balance ivory handle table kmvas, hand and crosscut saw files, Ac.
Diamond grain gunpowder l£l,b*.
On Sale ex " Gleam.**
BATH brick's, glue, raw and howled
linseed oil, turpentine, black,' red and yellow ¡pttàat, ground white lead and umber, oak varnish.
Cases of assorted Lozenges ana (Jon fectifinerk/.
Blacking, castor and salad oil, orange and lemon^peel, mixed spice, raspberry vinegar, beef table vinegar, tanbie salt in ara, prepared groats and barley, Canary seeds, pearl barley, arrowroot, oapioca, blue, Colman's mustard and starch, floating lights, mixed pickles in cae doe. cásea, curry powder/ cayenne pepper, sardines.
CaseB tart fruits, containing raspberries, damsons, red and black currants.
Double water-proof gun caps, patent shot, &c. - i
Qotnell's attorted Perfumery.
' BBUÖHWAKE, consisting of-White- wash brashes, hair brushes, tooth and nail do., scrubbing do., dressing combs, braid and side do., dandriff do., pocket glasses, &c.
L, & E. BIRCH.
Perth, July 24, 1861. % ,
«1ST ARRIVED EX GLEAM;
(in Sale at the Stores of the .11,11
\rj .'.-TT ¡'"rp.. "OBST palo:bran ^''.^'t is' .JT« ?.__!? ''dy;-in'38008 ï j:; ^BwÄh's^Nol' i;.1ghs;;' .... ..;, : ' Kum and brandy in ¿r.-caaks
Abbott's burton royal ale in casks' and
'..? »cases-- )... v.ti-i.-?)?.???. < ".-v-.-ii!..?.(... i , ?
Trumnn and Hanbury's-ö örter in bhds» Whitbread's best strong ale and stout"
in cases .-? ,
Negro head, tobacco
Beat Sheep tobacco !
Pickles and sauces-a large assortment
.of ' -... ..,.. '?;; .; ., Howard's patent plough Harness and saddlery Cart and plough traces
Cart arms and boxes ,'.
The very best patent piled cart covers
Saddle cloths-the best, ever imported ' Injection pumps tor cattle Spades and shovels
Wire dish covers of ali sizes
S6da , ! ;.:
Manby's.patent washing crystals
Milk pans and brass cocks--a large
Earthenware of all kinds Gunpowder
Candles and soap-from the best man-
Finest North'Wilts cheese-.carefully
Best Cork butter
Drapery of all kinds-comprising every
variety and pattern ot ladies'' dresses, viz. :-Flounced Balzarine, Norwich Linsey, and French barége robes
White corded and fancy worked petti-
Jaconets in all colors
Fancy silk and satin bonnet ribands in
All kindB of silk and satin trimmings
and lace /
Ladies fancy brnnments
Infants fancy worked robes and caps
Fancy Eton ties tor gentlemen in eil?
and satin " ; .
Ladies and gentlemen's straw and felt
hats of every" size, description, ' and !; pattern, from the newest London de.
Men's blue serge and fancy twill regatta
Fahey twèe.d and blue pilot American
overcoats ' ;. ' :' Fiucy doe and cord trousers, &c, &c.
Ladies and gentlemen's boots and shoes
and patent waterproof goloshes of all .'; .«zes ; ', / ! ' i '' ' :. ;
The very best alpaca and gingham um-
Blankets, counterpanes, railway wrap« « re, &c.,&o-, &c. ' '.'/
N.B.-A large and carefully Selected ' fcortittent of goods will arrive per Oryx.
?..*?>.... s j. h. mongeb; Ja». York & Toodyay i ;
June 15th ¡1861. | v t I
Uay-makiug aud ïlarVest Time IÎ
rip H B Proprietor o£ the above Brewery .J. takes the present opportunity of recommending to those persons engaging in the; above pursuits, and also to the public in general, his Superior ALES and PORTEE, possessing, as.they do, the mild and í invigorating property so .necessary to enable the labourer in the field to perform a full day's work.
The 8UPKEI0BITY of. these, liquors are so general ty known that further com- ment is unnecessary.
A constant supply can always be ob- tained from - the Brewery direct» or quan- tities in casks, not Jess than l8. gallons, may be obtained at the undermentioned places, viz., at the ptores of the under- signed iii Guildford, of ]$r..' William Stokes, Greenough Flats, or of Mr. E. Saw, Australind. . .
. The inhabitants of Fremantle ore par- ticularly requested to take notice that, by supplying tnèmKélves with a small cask, suitable to their requirements,, an4 for- warding the sanu\ by either of the Steamers, their orders, will be. punctually executed by return trip, delivered on the jetty at Fremantle at .the following, rates of freight, vjz:
Per 5, gallon cask, and under, 6jd.
; l 8. or 1(1» dp.; : doj. 0,^.
And larger casks in the saine proportion empty packages included' in tbe. above
The''.following is, a-list of pricesi at the Brewery:~- '';' ]',[
Ale and potter per hhd. (exclusive of Ale and porter per qr.-cssk . (exclusive, of package); atíl 16%. ' ../;_,'. '.''' .' ',' ,',
: Alia and porter on draught is. 6d. per gallon.1 '': :':;;',. "; ' y1/ .''', :.','.:.'''"'./.
Aleiaiid porter bottled (bettles, return« ed)' 46.'per dozen,1/, ','_ ' ,,.,',, "...' ',,".' ],'
;Sp*ar1^^ rçwjça* mended, 16è. per d¿zenJ " . .'.'.".','.' ,
YeirV superior ginger beer 2s. 6d- per dozen,.in pints
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>Swan'Diver Mechanics* Institute.
"VTOTIOE is hereby givenr that the LLj Annual General Meeting;of the1 above Institute, for the purpose of elect*1 .ing ofh'oera for--the year 1862, receiving the. Report of the Committee, . and foi the transaction'of "general 'business, will ' be held! in1 the 'Hall, on MONDAT,'the 6th January next, at 8 p.m.
_ J: T. EEILliX Secretary.
Perth City, Council
NOTICE.-Parties about to erect
buildings close to 'streets in. the City, in which cuttings are intended to le effet ted, will do well to make them* selves acquainted with the levels laid down for auch streets : so that they may erect' their buildings in a manner that will secure them against injury1 when the cuttings and levelling» of the streets are carried out. The required information can be obtained on application to the Supervisor.
< J. G. C. CARR,
Chairman of City Council. Perth, Dec. 20,1861.
TRAVELLERS to and from the Nor
thern Districts can be supplied with good Hay and Corn by the under- signed, at the Moore River, adjoining Mr DeBurgh's Station.
GEORGE KING. December 20, 1861.
GUIDE TO HEâLTH AND HAP*
PlNEàS, a popular Medical Work, price Is., beautifully illustrated with 100 Engravings, containing the opinions of Valpeau, Lailemand, Roux, Ricord, &c ; with the latest scientific discoveries, de uommated SELF-TREATMENT. It points out moBt successful remedies for the various diseases which afflict the hu-
Sold by all Agents.
A NEW AND IMPORTANT DIS
COVERT IN THE SCIENCE OF MEDICINE.
CAUTION.--The Patentee, Member of the Royal Collego of Surgeons of Eng- land, Graduate of the Royal University of Erlangen, can only be cousultad at his residence, No 19, Bernera Street, Ox- ford Street, London, as be never, under any circumstances, travels either at home or abroad. , He considers it necessary that every expedient should be adopted to secure the public against iinitutions of the TRIESBMAR. None are genuine unless the engravings of the Seala of the Patent Office of England, the Seals of the Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and the Imperial College of Vienna, are affixed upon each wrapper and around'each cuse Imitations or the same are liable to the severest penalties the Courts of Luw can
TRIESEMAB, No 1,2,3, are alike de void of taste or smell, and of ali nausea ting qualities, divided into separate doses as administered by Valpeau, Lailemand ¿tour and Ricord, adapted for both sexes. nPRIESEMAR No 1 is a certain remedy X tor relaxed, weak, cr decayed consti- tutions,1 arising from nervoua or debility in youth or manhood, and too long resi- dence in hot elim atea. It nag restored thousands of sufferers who are now in the enjoyment of, health and vigour. It is invaluable to all who suffer from goul, indigestion, heartburn, acidity uf the sto- mach, nausea, dizziness of the eyes, hesi- tation, blushing caused by the irregulari- ties of the nervous system asthma, coughs, cold, wheezing in the chest, depression of the spirits, trembling, shaking of the hands andlimbs. They are mild in their operation, grateful to the stomach, creati ing appetite, promoting digestion, and strengthening the whole uervouB system.
TRIEáEMAR No. II
Effectually eradicates ali Urinary De- posits, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, &c- It is a preparation composed of the very essence of Balsam of Copaiba and Cubeba, per- fectly tasteless, inconsequence of being encusao in sugar ; a cure may be reliod on in a few days, as its action is certain, and allays all inflammation in a wonder* fully ehort Bpace of time.
TRIESEMAR No. III.
Searches out and purifies the diseased humours from the blood, and cleanses the system from all deteriorating causes ; it also constitutes a certain cure for scurvy, scrofula, boils, pistulea, tumours, absces- ses, uleeiationa, carbuncle excoriations, white swellings, worms, and ia infallible forr pimples; redness, roughness, and al
other skin diseases! '
ThiB medicine has the power of restoring casca deemed by all incurable, and where every other treatment) has proved ineffeo
Price lis.; or four cases in one for 33s., whieju saves 11s.; and in £5 cases, wherei by friere isa aaviug of £112s. ~> <
Sold by Florence & Co., Melbourne.
CHUE AMI HEALTH ÏO THE SICK.
. Diseases of the Skin.
universal approbation hat been awarded to this famous Ointment for its eßoienca in removing diseases of the skin Mr
scrofula, scurvy, scald heads, and all orup turns of the skin, both in infancy and ma. turer years, no remedy can be applied which to quickly cures as Holloway*t Ointment. In the nursery it should al- ways be at hand to ease the many skin affeptions to which the majority of children are liable. In all heat and tooth- rothes the Ointment it wonderfully cooling and aurative. To soldiers, sailors, miners, and travellers in foreign lands, it it invatua. \ble
Sores, Wounds, Bad Breasts,
In this class of maladies an « improve- ment in the appearances of the disease of
the patient followt tUfirst dressing of the
It must not only be smeared on the wound, or sore, but be briskly rubbed for some inches round about the diseated swollen or painful parts. It will pene- trate to the blood vessels, nerves and mus des, and even to the bone,"and witt exer- cise the most wholesome healing and puri- fying pomer over every tissue requisite for thorough reparation. The effect of the Ointment is increased by fomenting with warm water before the Ointment is rubbed in; but sores, when healing, should never be cleansed toiU sponge or any thing else as the young and nsw flesh which appears like a cream, would be washed away
Blood to the Head, Appoplexv.
Nothing gives so much case in these complaints from which *o many suffer at Holloway's cooling and healing Ointment When rubbed upon the spine it acts moss energetically m drawing surplus blood from the brain ; even to children in teeth- ing ; this Ointment has a miraculous effect m preventing Jits and convulsions so often attendant on tooth cutting. %he* Pills should be used according to the di»
Rheumatism, Gout; Stiff Joint«.
Avery one suffering from these painful affections should use this purifying Oint-1 ment, as it has rescued thousands from a life of torture, after every other meant had been tried m vain, lhe Ointment should be well rubbed into the skin at least twice a, day, after it has been properbi f0. [ mented toith warm salt and water and
dried. The intiammation soon yields and the patient, no longer helpless, resumes his occupation.
Glandular Sweilings, Bronchitis,
Mumps, Sore Throat, and
To combat these diseases with success* a remedy is required which will have the whole absorbent system under its control. Sucha remedy is Holloway's Ointment, when rubbed on the skin, it penetrates to the glands, and removes any obstruction or impurity which may be impeding their healthy action. This Ointment acts on the very mainspring of life, for through the glands pats all new matter required for the body's reparation ; in m the abovs class of oases the Omi ment and Pills used conjointly will act so searchingly and cer- tainly as to effect cures in the most de- plorable cases.
. PUtulas and Pile«.
All inflammations ana ulcetationt of sensitive parts may be presently relieved and ultimately cured, by the diligent me of f his cooling and healing Ointment, aided twice daily by bathing the parts in cold water. Immediate ease springs from this treatment ; perseverance is neoeàsary to effect a permanent cure.
Asthma, Shortness of Breath.
In these complainte the Ointment should be well rubbed twine a day upon ihe ehest, and between the shoulders, it will penetrate the lungs, shmulahe them to renewed ^ex- ertion», prevent stagnation of blood, ma» derate the pulsations of the heart, 'regu- late the current of air through the* brou ohial tubes, and thus effect a permanent cure.
Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following oases : -.
Bad teg. Ohwgo-foot «.tu,», Bore-throaU Bad Breast» Chilblain. Qoilt SlanXeai?. Bum» Chapped hands Glándula* Sourrr
fc?M" Sorna<8oft) T Swell«*. Sore fiead. Bite of Mo.- Cancer» Lumbago Tumour.
chetoesand Contracted and Pile» Ulcer.
and-ftoe. Stiff Joint» Bbeumatum Wound. Oocobsv UlephantiMB Sould. Y««
Borelíipplo» * *s" &0. ' 4
%* There1 is a considerable saVing oy taking the larger'sizes.
N.B.-Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to
Sold by Mr. G.' Shenton, Perti^Mr.'H. T. Devenish, GuilpUoro, Mr. i Monger,! York, Mr. Wellard, Fremantle, Mr.iJ. Hernujr: Tasse, Mr. Ka. H^ter., 3ufibury.,Mr
Joseph York, Toodyay, Mr. J. UgloV.Afc (
Fritted and published ¿y ARTHUR ÚÁXtoToS
at the Qßoe of the " Ikd»*»©*»* JoVbkaC
Si! GWaV* Terrace. Perth. »