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Day preceding Christmas Day.

E. KAY"CÖURTHOPB !;

WILL offer for sale at his New Auction

Koona (opposite Mr. Britt)all's, Hay Street,) Perth, on

Monday, 24th December,

A LARGE QUANTITY OP

General Merchandize

A LARGE PART

Without any Reserve Whatever. Further particulars in placards.

EDWD. K. COURTHOPE. Auction Rooms, Hay St. )

Perth, Dec. 13th, 1877. { [21.12.77.

YOKK

Extensive Sale of Merchandize

E. KAY~CÖURTI10rE

Is instructed by the importers to offer

for Public Sal*1, at Mrb. Craig's Hotel, York, on SATURDAY, 22nd Dec, at 11 o'clock sharp, a splendid assortment

of GENERAL MERCHANDIZE

CLOTHING, Di apery, Cheese, Soap,

Mustard, Hosiery, Calicoes, Flan- nels, Rope, Sardines, Corn Sacks. u

ALSO,-- . ii

Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Martingales, Surcingles, a Second-hand Carriage in first rate condition, and other goods too

numerous to mention.

TERMS LIBERAL.

-o

Refreshment» will be Provided.

E. KAY COURTHOPE,

Perth -& Newcastle. Auetion Office, Hay St., ;

Perth, Dec., 13th. 1877. $ [18.12.77.

Fremantle Sf Guildford Railway.

Auction in Guildford.

THE goods advertised for my last Auc-

tion not having reached Guildford till after the adve> tised time of sale, (in consequence of the lighter having stuck in that " splendid natural highway," the river Swan) I intend to resume the sale

on "

Saturday next, loth Dec,

AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP,

At Mr. T. JecW Rotel.

The following are a few of the lines

that will be offered :

Cheese, Sardines, Raisins, Tea, Soap, Mustard, Matches, Cigars, Tobacco, Ale and Stout, Wines and Spirits, Saddles, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Stockings, Shirts, Collars, Mole and Duck Trowsers, Tweed and Drill Suits, Flannel, Holland, Calico, Ladies' Boots, Belts and Braces, Garters, Dust Coats, Straw and Pith H ats, Print- ed Muslins, Rope, «fee, <fec, &c.

All in small Wholesale quantities.

Also some good second hand SADDLES, and a capital DRAY.

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED.

TERMS LIBERAL.

Come early if you want bargains.

E. KAY COURTHOPE,

Perth aud Newe aatle.

Auction Room, Hay-St., Perth, (

December 13, 1877. |

Important Sale at Newcastle»

Bargains ! Bargains ! !

O. 8. MONGER,

AUCTIONEER,

"HAS been favored with instructions to

sell by Public Auction, in Mr. M. Ryan's large room at the Freemasons' Hotel, on

Saturday, 22nd December next,

Without any Reserve Whatever

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Car-

penters Tools, Timber, Leather, Leather Harness, «fee, «fee, 'Pablos, Chaira, Sofas, Cooking Utensils, Crockery, Glass-

ware <fcc.

ALSO,

An assortment oí Carpenters Tools, Bench, Collin Furniture, Empty Hogs- heads, &c, «fee.

ALSO,

A quantity of good well seasoned Timbei Cart Harness (strong,) second hand and uew, and various other articles too numerous to partícula lise.

Saie to commence at 11 o'clock sharp.

TERMS AT TIME OF SALE.

Newcastle, Dec. 1st, 1877. [11.12.77.

Valuable Freehold Estate on the

Canning River.

Messrs. 6. P. Wilkinson & Co.

HAVE received instructions to offer for

sale by public auction, at their Auc- tion Rooms, St, George's Terrace, Perth, on

Friday, 14th Deßemher next.

u v.fLL thal valuable freehold estate on IX the Canning River known as " Can- ning Location, No. 33," containing 1,250 acres, or thereabouts.

The property comprises valuable agri- cultural land, and is well known to con- tain jai ral: timber of quality unsurpassed l in the district.

For further particulars apply to,

STONii&BuiiT,

Solicitors tor the Vendors.

Perth, Oct. 30, 1877. fl 6.12.77.

Important Sale oj Furniture, 8fC.

G. F. WILKINSON k CO.

Will sell at the residence of the Hon. A.

O'G. LEFROY, St. George's Terrace, Perth, on

Wednesday, Dec. 19th, 1877.

Valuable Household Furniture

CONSISTING OP

SET of very Handsome Dining-Room

Chairs ; Drawing-Room and other Chairs, Curtains, Glass, Dessert Service, Tea aud Breakfast Service, also Bed Room Furniture.

Every requisite for Kitchen use

Very handsome Sewing Machine, by Newton and Wilson, io perfect order.

ALSO,

Trichord Piano, bv Kirkman.

ALSO,

Phaeton, with Hood, and Sadlery. Cows, Pigs, Poultry, &c.

Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, sharp.

,;. [18.12.77.

?JPpSTPONEMEATofSALE.

f IVHB Large Sale of First Class Cattle, - JL advertised by

Mr. James Morrison,

to take place on MONDAY, the 17th inst,, is

POSTPONED

until FRIDAY, the 21st December. t Guildford, Dee., 13,1877.

Large Sate of First Class

Oat tie.

James Morrison

Is instructed to offer for sale by Public

Auction at the GUILDFORD SHOW TARDS, on

Friday next, the 21st inst.,

at noon precisely, from

80 to 100 head of First Class

Cattle

COMPRISING,

FAT BULLOCKS; Half fat ditto; (J

Store ditto ; Cows and calves ; 1 Q Bull ; Yearlings and 2 year olds,-all the latter in good condition, also.

CÏT The different descriptions will be properly drafted prior to sale, in lots to suit purchasers

Dec. 10 [1412 77,

Raisins! Raisins! Raisinsí Without any Reserve Whatever. Now Landing ex ELLA GLADSTONE.

L A. MANNING & 00.

WILL sell by Auction on TUESDAY

NEXT, 18th inst., at the South Jetty, at 12 o'clock, without any reserve what-

ever

S)f\C\ CASES, (each 46 lb. nett) su £\JVJ perior Cape Raisins (subject

to duty.)

Terms at Time of Sale. Fremantle, Dec. 12th, 1877.

Sale bj Auction.

TUESDA Y hEXT, \§th Bec., AT SOUTH JETTY, FREMANTLE.

A quantity of Gear, Copper Bolts, )

Iron Knees, Wire Rigging and Copper.

WITHOUT ANT RESERVE

L. A. MANNING & CO.

HAVE received instructions to sell, as

above, at 12 o'clock, a quantity of Ship's Gear &c. belonging to the wreck of the " Geffrard," comprising

WIKE RIGGING, BOLTS, COPPER,

LEAD PIPE, «fee, Ac, «fee. TERMS AT TIME OF SALE. Fremantle, Dec. 12th 1877.

New Jewellery ! NPW Jewellery I

F. MASON.

BY APPOINTMENT

Goldsmith 8f Jeweller to JET. E.

1 he Governor.

BEGS to inform his friends and the

public generally that he has just received direct from London and Paris, a splendid assortment of

GOLD JEWELLERY

of every description. Also just arrived,

direct from Malta

A SUPERB COLLECTION OP

FINE SILVER JEWELLERY, now so much in fashion.

The largest stock of GOLD & SILVER JEWELLERY, WATCHES & CLOCKS ever shown in the colony.

Some very handsome DRAWING

ROOM CLOCKS in ALABASTER and GILT, an 1 some HANDSOME 21-DAY MANTEL and BKA.CKET CLOCKS in BLACK MARBLHJ.

LEVEK CLOCKS, all sizes. A large selection of ENGLISH, AMERICAN, FRENCH, and GERMAN CLOCKS oí every description.

b»nali pacéis of Jewellery forwarded for selection to any part ot the colony.

Fremantle, IXc. 13th, 1877.

WANTED a good MILLER ; one that

understands the engine. Liberal wages. A Good Templar preferred.

W. CHIDLOW,

Springfield, Northam. December 5,1877. 21.12.77.

Man ¡Sorvant

WANTED, a MAN SERVANT,

S. H. PARKER, Perth, 10th Dec. 1877.

[ADVERTISEMENT.]

SIR,-As t'*e Local Government has

the advantage of obtaining the meat conti acts cheap this year, I think it is nothing but right that the public should participate in the reduction.

I therefore beg to announce to my customers, and to the public generally, that, following the course I adopted with regard to mutton, I shall reduce the price of Beet and Pork one penny per Ib., Irom this date.

W. OSBORNE. Perth, Dec, 13th, 1877. £

BROUGHT in from the bush, one bay

PONY entire, with two fore feet white, off hind foot white, white »nip on the nose, small star in the forehead, about four years old, about 14 hands" high ; no mark or bland visible ; supposed to be my own property. Anyone can have the same by showing a better claim to him and by paying all expenses.

OWEN HACKETT.

. Canning, Dec 10.1877. [8s. 6d. \28.12.77.}

Christmas Sale of Wines,

Beers, &e.

P. A. GUGERI

HAS on hand a splendid assortment of

WINES (Imported and West Aus- tralian), SPIRITS and BEERS, on sale by the single gallon, consisting of

Brandy- Hennessy*s,Otard*s, La Grande

Marque, &c, &c, in 1 doz. cases and qr.-casks. Bum-Bottled and do., do.

Whiskey-Dunville's and Kinahan's

Irish ; and " The Lorne" famous

Scotch.

Old Tom Oin-Swain Boord's.

Geneva-(Holland) in square bottles ;

finest imported.

StOnt-Blood Wolfe & Co's and

Edinburgh.

Ales-Blood Wolfe & Co's, Bias's, Ten

nent's, Jeffrey's, and Edinburgh. Sherry m qr.-casks and bottled. Port wine do. do. Ginger Wine in cases.

Champagnes-Kansome*s, Carte Blan

cue, Cabinet, and Pink Cham-

pagnes.

ClaretS'-St. Esephe, St. Julien, St.

Enielion, Ubateau Margaux. Sauteme in 1 doz. cases. Hock-Rudersheimer.

Moselle-Sparkling, qts. and pints.

P. A. GUGERI,

Wine ana Spirit Merchant,

ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH.

Special attention of the Public is calle«, to P A. Gugeri's bottled English Stout and Ale, at 10s. per dozen, and in splen- did condition, having been bottled some

months.

D-c. 11, 1877. [H.3.78.

Valuable Property for Sale,

¡WENDERS will be received by the

_L undersigned to the 31st Dec. 1877,

for the following :

That well known and Valuable run the property of Mr. M. R. Meagher, situate

on the Upper Swan, described as Pastoral ? Lease No 8456, of 10,000 acres, cn a fourteen years lease, ending 31st Dec,

1887.

l$=Sp° To . settlers in the Eastern dis- tricts who are short of grass and water

this run would be invaluable.

ALSO,

That compact little «state in West Guildford known as the " Retreat," con- taining -acres, with dwelling house, vineyard,and orchard ot aboutthree acres in full bearing. Also the best summer kitchen garden in the district.

8§T The above would afford a splendid residence for a gentleman's family, and being on the proposed line of railway must shortly become very valuable.

The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted.

BARKER & GULL.

Guildford, Dec 6th, 1877. [21.12 77.

NOTICE.

ALL debts owing to the estate of the

late Alexander Warren, of the Up- per Swan, must be paid by the 31st De-

cember, 1877.

LAURA E. WARREN,

Administratrix

Swan, Dec 10. 1877. [28.12.77.

'PHE SIMPLE TRUTH PLAINLY

J. TOLD by the PRINCIPAL MELBOU&NE

MANUiACrUREItS.

" We have been using the new WHEELER and WILSON MACHINES in our factory, and have no1 hesitation in pronouncing them the best machines we have tried. They cost nothing for repairs, aud are extremely light upon the opera- tor."-- ßE\ru, SCHIESS, and Co., Clothing Manufacturers, Melbourne.

" We have tested Wheeler and Wilson's new

' machines. They far surpass other machines,

, and make a superior stitch, in addition to which we find that whether the Avork be mole, tweed, or silk they are equally efficient."-PARR and MACKAY, Clothing Manufacturers, 2 Flinders

lane, i

" I have a number of Wheeler and"'WUson's machines in my factory, driven by steam power. They perform the work to my entire satisfaction, and are fully one-third faster than any other sewing-machine I have used."- EDWARD OAKLEY, Clothing Manufacturer, 99 Bonrke

street west.

"lam working five différent machines, but 1 find the new Wheeler and Wilson the most use- ful in my trade."--D. ALTSON, Harness Manu

facturer, 25 Bourke-street west.

THREE MEDALS and THREE DIPLOMAS,

Awarded at the

PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION, 1876.

THE NEW WHEELER and WILSON CAN

BE WORKED BY HAND OR FOOT.

Treadle Machines . £6 Hand Machines . SA

Send for Reduced Price List giving full parti-

culars

AN AGENT WANTED

LIBERAL TERMS. Apply to

L 0 N G and Co.,

AUSTRALIAN AGENTS,

MELBOURNE : 64 ELIZABETH-STREET.

f 16.1.78'

Northam Temperance Hall and

Bushman's Home.

NOTICE

A BAZA AR in aid of the.above will be

"held in February next. The build- ing is-in debt to the extent of £250, which sum the nu nagera are most desirous of liquidating. Contributions ot any kind in aid of the Bazaar are earnestly solicit- ed, and may be sent to - Sister Clifton, Honorary Secretary ; or to Sisters Greg«, ory, Throssell, Aldom, Mead, and Bell. Contributions will be acknowledged thiough the Press. }-"

Northam, Dee., 10 187fc.

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