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Steam to Champion Bay.

THE S.S. ROB ROY sails as

above, on MONDAY, February 28th, at 2p.m.

JAMES LILLY & CO.,

Agents. Fremantle, February 16, 1881.

THROUGH TO FREMANTLE

Steam from Melbourne and Ade-

laide, via Albany, Vasse, and

Bunbury to Fremantle.

MONTH OF MARCH.

THE S.S. OTWAY

will be despatched from the above ports as

under :

MELBOURNE-Saturday, March 12th. ADELAIDE-Wednesday, March 16th.

JAMES LILLY & CO,

Agents. Fremantle, February 16th, 1881.

Through to Adelaide and Mel- bourne without transhipment

STEAMTO ADELAIDE AND MELBOURNE

via BUNBURY, VASSE, AND ALBANY.

mBE steamship OTWAY will X be dispatched as above, on SUNDAY MORNING, Febru- ary 20th, at seven o'clock.

JAMES LILLY & CO. Frematle, January 25, 1880.

Steam to Albany, via Bunbury

and Vasse, with the SECOND FORTNIGHTLY FEBRUARY English Mails.

THE 8.8.

OTWAY,

sails as above, on SUNDAY morning, February 20th, at

seven o'clock.

JAMES LILLY & CO.,

Agents. Fremantle, February 8, 1881.

Steam to Nickol Bay, via Cham,' pion Bay and Shark's Bay.

PERIODICAL TRIP.

"fcrk THE s.S. BOB SOY will be rifrtnlsJru ?*. despatched as above, from ^IÉBÉHhIfFremantle, on THURSDAY,

MARCH 31, at 10-30 a.m.

No cargo received on sailing day.

s.S. OTWAY leaves Melbourne, March 12, and Adelaide, March 16, to connect with Bob Boy at Fremantle on above date.

JAMES LILLY & CO.,

Agents. Fremantle, January 11,1881.

Horses & Sandalwood, &c, <£<%,

for Calcutta, per "Bollo."

rpHIS splendidly equipped high J. class iron ship will be des- patched from Fremantle to Cal (Cutta, direct, about the middle of iiUARY, prox. Shippers of Horses and Passengers would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity.

Early application necessary.

For freight or passage, apply to

T. & H. CABTEE & CO ,

Agents. Fremantle, 4th Jan., 1881.

Peninsular and Oriental Steam

Navigation Company.

SUB-AGENCY IN FREMANTLE.

rp H E undersigned have X been appointed Agents in Fremantle for this splen-

did line of steamers. Pas-

sages and freights by each fortnightly ves Bel may be engaged here, and information obtained as to the name of each steamer in turn, with the dates of departure. Plans of the several vessels may also be inspected at the office of the undersigned.

W. D. MOORE & CO.

Fremantle, 20th January, 1881.

STOME CATTLE.

I SHALL offer for Bale by public auction,

at the Guildford Sale Yards, on a day to bo named, at the end of February, on account of A. J. Ogilvie, Esq\.

100 head of Store Cattle.

JAMES MORRISON,

Stock Agent and Auctioneer. Guildford, January 20.

FOB SALE.

AT GLENGARRY, on most reasonable

terms, 5,000 WETHERS, from Two tooth to Full-mouthed. Also, 2,000 EWES, Bamo ages. Apply to,

THOMAS MAJOR,

Glengarry ; or to JAMES MORRISON,

Guildford.

Geraldton, Nov. l8,1880.

Consignments hy the «Hazel

Holme."

ON ARRIVAL of the above vessel, we

purpose having sold by PUBLIC AUC- TION the following consignments :

62 Barrels SODA CRYSTALS.

200 Casks PORTLAND CEMENT. 30 Tons best COALS.

20 Half boxes GUN POWDER.

70 Quarter Barrels BLASTING do.

As these goods will be sold to cover cost and freight, an opportunity will be af- forded to Merchants and others of buying

on better terms than usual.

W. D. MOOEE & CO. Fremantle, 11th Jan., 1881.

Wellington Hoads Board,

NOTICE.

CAST AND CABBIAGE ACT 1876.

AT a meeting of the Wellington Boads

Board held on the 29th ult. it was re- solved that all Carts and Carriage Licenses which by the Act 40th. Vic. No. 5. Sec. 6. are made payable to " the Road Board of each District" will he collected by this

Board as usual.

Owners of Carts and Carriages are there- fore required to apply to the Secretary of the Board at Bunbury for Licenses under the said Act on or betöre the 1st March next.

The provisions of the 14th Section of the said Act will be strictly enfored after the above date, viz.

"Every Cart licensed under this Act " shall have legibly painted on the front or " off side of auch cart the name of the "person licensed to use the same. " the name of the licensing body from which " the license has been obtained.and " the sumber of such license."

THOS. H. L07EGKOVE,

Chairman of Wellington Boads Board. Bunbury, 5th Feb. 1881.

Boraning Station,

wiluam8jiver.

THE undersigned has received instruc-

tions from Messrs, Hooley and New, who are leaving the district, to offer by Public Auction at Boraning Station, Wil- liams Biver, at 11 o'clock, on

WEDNESDAY, 23rcZ FEB.,

The following :

20 Head MIXED CATTLE 1000 YOUNG WETHEES DBAY and HABNESS

SPEING CABT and HABNESS WATEB CABT and CASK

IRON TANK, (200 gallons.)

IRON BOILEB. GRINDSTONE.

HAY and CORN.

PLOUGHS, HARROWS, and CHAFF

CUTTER

WINNOWING and MOWING MACHI

NES

THRESHING MACHINE (with horse-

power.)

SHEEP HURDLES.

1 WAGGON and 1 BUGGY.

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EF-

FECTS.

Also,

All the Vendors' right and interest in the following FIRST CLASS RUNS, (if not previously sold by private contract) :

A 4317 in sections as follows :

" " 10.000 acres A") The8e runs are " " innnn " n ! well watered in all ;; ,; \om ;; EJfrom p°i8on

;; ;: Ä ;: SHeT

A 4296,10000 "around Nalyering Lake.

The whole of the above are on a 14 years lease, of which there are 12 years to run, and have now 5000 sheep depasturing

thereon.

The following Licenses will also be offered

A 3236-4000 acres } KnTnn as Pi» Gu,1y

A 4077-3000 Î Williams,|nea r A W77-ÓWV " i McAuley's.

a Ki\qr Qnnn ^ Williams, 44-mile

A 5036-3000 " j Brook ' ^

The above runs are well known for their grazing and wool-growing capabilities. 7000 sheep were shorn on the station the past season, giving an average of over 31bs of

clean washed wool.

Settlers in the Eastern districts will here- by have a splendid chance of procuring good summer country.

C. A. PIESSE,

Auctioneer and Commission Agent. Williams River, 29th Jan., 188L

COMPACT STATION FOB

SALE PMIVATELY.

JAMBS MORRISON

Has received instructions from Messrs.

Lovegrove and Eliot to sell privately all that fine Pastoral Property in the Wel- lington District, and known as the

contaixhtg

1 Q f\f\f\ ACRES of well-grassed XO . \J\J\J undulating feeding coun- try, situated within 30 miles of the rising seaport town of Bunbury, and adapted for either cattle or sheep.

Imi'BOvements-14 miles (more or less) of two and three rail and slab fencing ; stockyards ; stabling for five horses ; substantial two-roomed cottage ; two acres garden, half of which is trenched and planted with choice fruit trees. The whole of this station is splendidly watered by the Collie River and Brooks, some of the pools being from two to three miles long. The whole of the above sold with- out stock. The purchaser of the above pro- perty can also purchase a mob of 150 head of superior mixed cattle accustomed to said runs. Terms Liberal. For further par- ticulars, apply to

JAMES MORRISON,

S\ock and Station Agent.

N.B.-Squatters in the Eastern Districts would find these runs worthy of their at- tention for a change for stock during the summer months. Immediate possession if

necessary.

February 8th.

NOTICE.

THE above valuable Squatting Property

will (if not previously disposed of) be offered for sale at public auction by the undersigned at the Freemasons ' Hotel, Perth, on

WEDNESDAY, MARCH9th,

AT KOON PRECISELT.

_It was upon the freehold of this Station that Mr. Strickland grew his prize

wheat.

JAMES MORRISON. Feb. 7,1881.

Sale of Valuable Household Furni-

ture.

Wilkinson, Courfchope & Co.

Have been favored with instructions from

C. Woodhouse, Esq., to sell by public auction at his residence, Howick Street, (facing Mr. Prinsep's house), on THURS- DAY, 17th FEBRUARY, 1881, the whole of his valuable

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,

CONSISTING of

DRAWING-ROOM Couch and Chairs,

Loo Table, Carpets, Hearth Rugs, Curtains and Poles, Lustres, Singer Sew- ing Machine on Stand, pheffioniera ; Din- ing Room Table, Handsome Mahogany Wardrobe, Half-tester and other Bedsteads, Bedding, Dressing Table, Baby's Iron Cot, Chest of Drawers, Rocking Chair, Meat Safe,- Kitchen Dresser, and Utensils. Baths, Spades, &c" &c.

Sale at eleven o'clock.

Refreshments provided. Terms-Liberal.

Perth, 31st January, 1881.

Preliminary Announcement.

Wilkinson, Courthope & Co.

Haye received instructions from the Rev.

Joseph Odgers (who shortly proceeds to India), to sell by Auction on

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd,

rpHE whole of his Handsome and Valu 1 able HOU3EHOLD FURNITURE,

CARRIAGE, etc., etc.

Particulars in future advertisement. Hay Street, 7th Feb., 1881.

Department of Public Works.

Department of Public Works,

Perth, 15rA Nov., 1880.

TENDERS FOB WOBKS AND SUP

FLIES.-Tenders are invited for the following Public Works and Supplies. For full particulars, see Government Gazette, a file of which is kept at every Police Office in the colony.

No tender will be taken into considera- tion unless the terms of the notice are strictly complied with.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

Dates to which Ten

Nature Works and Suppbes. «Jera can be recei-

ved at this office.

Painting Point Moore Light-

house .22nd Feb. Erection of Goods Shed, Fre-

mantle and Guildford ... 10th March.

(Signed) JAS. H. THOMAS,

Director of Public Works.

Eastern Railway.

Department of Public Works.

Perth, 29th, January, 1881.

IT is hereby notified for general informa-

tion that it is the intention of the Gov- ernment to take delivery of all Goods con- signed to the Commissioner of Bailways at Guildford, or Perth, and, if required, place them on board of any vessel at Fremantle ; and Goods will in like manner be taken

from the ships' side in Gages Roads or Owen's Anchorage, and delivered at Perth

and Guildford.

JAS. H. THOMAS,

Commissioner of Bailways.

Tenders.

TENDEBS are invited for the erection of

Banking Premises, in Stirling Terrace Albany, for the National Bank of Austra- lasia. Tenders will be received until NOON on MONDAY, 28th FEBBUABY.

Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Office of the National Bank, Perth, on and after 12th proximo.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

JOSEPH SMYTH,

Manager. Perth Office, 29th Jan., 1881.

mENDERS are invited for the erection of

-*- premises for the National Bank of

Australasia, at Geraldton.

Plans and specifications can be seen at the .office of the Bank at Perth, and at

Geraldton.

The works to be completed within nine months from the date of acceptance of ten-

der.

Two sureties will be required for due performance of contract. _

Tenders receivable up to WEDNESDAY, 2nd MARCH, and to be addressed to the National Bank, Geraldton, endorsed

" Tender for Works."

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

JOSEPH SMYTH,

Manager. Perth Office, 31st Jan. 1881.

Tenders Invited.

rp ENDERS endorsed " Tender for Bricks" jL will be received by the undersigned up to WEDNESDAY, the 16th February, from persons willing to supply and deliver 200,000 (two hundred thousand) BRICKS, at such place as will be pointed out near the site of the new Cathedral, to be subject to approval and re-numbering after de- livery.

JAS. H. THOMAS.

Perth, 29th January, 1881.

FOR SALE :

I^HE following allotments and leased

runs on the SERPENTINE and ROCKINGHAM :

Cockburn Sound Location, Lot 122, 40 acres

Do. do. do. 123,40 do. Do. do. do. 78,40 do. Situate on the South Bank of the Serpen- tine River, and all good agricultural land ; Lot 78 being fenced, and portion formerly

under cultivation.

Also Cockburn Sound Location License, No 9,454, consisting of 2000 acres adjoin- ing and surrounding Fee simple land.

Also Lot 125, consisting 40 acres at Rock- ingham, with permanent spring, and past license of 1,200 (twelve hundred) acres adjoining and surrounding.

Apply to,

A.B. BICHABDSON,

Lowlands, Serpentine. January 29th.

Application for a Wayside

House License.

To the Worshipful the Justice of the Peace

acting in and for the district of Sloan, in

Western Australia.

I JOHN SYMONDS, stud-groom, married

, now residing at Mahogany Creek, in the district of Swan, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensiug Meeting to be holden for this dis- trict, for a Wayside House License, for the sale of Femented and Spirituous Liquors, in the house and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situated at the Mahogany Créele, containg five bedrooms and two sitting rooms, exclusive of those required by my family, and rented by rae from Mr. G. Throssell and Messrs. Byfield Bros., aud which I intend to keep as an Inn or Public House, under the sign of " The Oxford Inn."

I have never held a license before.

Given under my hand this 8th day of Feb- ruary, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one.

JOHN SYMONDS.

Northam Roads Board.

NOTICE.

CART and Carriage Licenses will be

issued by the undersigned (on behalf of the above Board) at his residence, Well- ington Street Northam, from 6 to 8 a.m., and from 3 to 6 p.m. of each day (Sundays expected) during the month of Feb. 1881. The owners of all Vehicles not licensed before the the first day of March 1881, will be dealt with according to law.

J. H. LLOYD,

Secretary,

Northam Boads Board. Northam, Feb. 7.

AN EXHIBITION

WITH PAIR OF POWEBFT/L

DISSOLVING VIEW LANTERNS,

WII,x TAj£B FLAC8 AT

ST. GEORGE'S HALL,

OK

FRIDAY, 18TB FEBBUABY.

OVER ONE HUNDRED and TWENTY

views-scenic, scientific, legendary and comic. All of a superior description.

Doors open at 7-30 : performance at 8

p m.

Admission-Beserved seats, 2s. ; Gallery Is. 6d. ; Body of Hall, Is.

Proceeds to bo devoted to the Fremantle Catholic School Building Fund.

Perth, Feb. 14th, 1881.

Application for a Gallon License To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace

in and far the District of Perth in West-

ern Australia.

I HENEY SHEBWOOD, single, now

, residing in St. George's Terrace, in the City of Perth, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing meeting to be holden for this District for a Gallon License in the house and premises now occupied by me, situat- ed in St. George's Terrace aforesaid.

I have not held a License before.

Given under my hand this 14th day of February, one thousand eight hundred and eighty one.

HENEY SHEBWOOD.

Guildford, Feb. 14,1881. To my Friends and Constituents

in Western Australia.

Gentlemen.-I purpose proceeding to England per mail leaving on February 20th, and intend returning therefrom by mail arriving at end of June next.

During my absence my business will be carried on as usual by my brother Mr. Alexander Morrison, with whom I leave a Power of Atttorney to act in my behalf.

I have made complete arrangements for the delivery, drafting, and selling of Stock (by auction or otherwise.)

All auctions will be conducted by Mr. A. Morrison, who became person- ally known {to you during the three years he was in my business before.

I shall be happy to execute any Com missions in Sßock, Agricultural Imple- ments, Carriages^ or Harness, that may be entrusted to me. These com- missions can either be addressed to the Guildford Exchange, or to my London address - 102, Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington.

Trusting I may find y ou all prosper- ing on my return,

I remain, Gentlemen,

Yours faithfully,

JAMES MORRISON,

Stock and Station Agent and Auctioneer.

Inquirer, copy.

FOB SALE : A BARGAIN.

MY American-made; Hooded BUGGY

with lock-up Boot and compressed Wheels. Price, £55.

Also 1 set Silver-mounted Buggy HAB* NESS, nearly new. Price ¿610.

Early application advisable '(as price is far below cost.)

JAMES MOBBISON.

Guildford. (Inquirer copy, 3 insertions.)

Swan District Roads Board.

notice.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

persons using Carts or Carriages on any of the Public Boads of the Swan Dis- trict, must obtain licenses from the Boads Boards, for the same, on or beforejthe 1st of April next, or proceedings will be 'taken against the owners of such Carts. Licenses can be obtained, from Mr. N. E. Knight at

Guildford.

E:B:BBOCKMAN.

Chairman'Swan Road Board. Guildford. Feb. 9th, 1881.

.fi. CARD.) , L Èi,G- .A. L .

MB. EOBGAN, Solicitor, may be con-

sulted at the * Shamrock ' Hotel, pend- ing erection of Chakabers.

Perth, February 14

700 Head of Cattle for Sale.

FOB PRIVATE SALE, near Bremer Bay,

500 to (700) seven hundred head of cattle at a remarkably low price. For all particulars and terms apply to,

Messes. J. MCKAIL & CO.,

Albany,

Or J. WELLSTEAD,

Bremer Bay. February 9th, 1881.

GOT in off my run, Bremer Bay one bay   HORSE ; black points ; marked 28 on   off shoulder ; about 13 hands high. If not claimed within the time allowed by law will be sold to defray expenses.

JOHN WELSTEAD,

Bremer Bay.     February 9.

GOT in off my run, and now in my yard   one BLACK MABE, branded some-   thing like CN on near shoulder ; saddle marked ; a few white hairs in forehead, and a few white spots on back ; about 13 hands 1 inch high.

Also,

One Black MARE, about 4 years old, 14 hands high . branded on near rib some- thing like *-+

If not claimed according to law will be sold to defray expenses.

E. CLAYTON.

Killibining, Feb. 4, 1881. [10s. 6d.

_-_-_

BROUGHT into my yard and now in my

stable, one GREY PONEY, abouti 13 hands high, no mark or brand visible. (

If not claimed will be sold to pay expenses.

C. ARMSTRONG, Sen.

Serpentine, Feb. 14th, 1881. [8s. 6s. i

W

ANTED a respectable girl te assist

in housework. Good references re-j quired. Apply to Mrs. SILVESTER, Freemason s Hotel, Perth

WANTED a respectable WILLING

BOY as Boots. Apply, with refer-

ence, Freemason's Hotel, Perth. \

Perth Working Mens' Institute.

A CABETAKER WANTED.

TENDEBS, addressed to the Chairman

of Committee, will be received up to 8 o'clock p.m. on MONDAY, the 21st FEBRUARY, from persons willing to

fulfil the office of Caretaker to the above Institute.

Quarters, fuel, and light are allowed, and the tenderer must state what pecuni- ary emoluments he will require in addition

to these.

He and a surety will be required to enter into a bond in the sum of £10.

The nature of the duties and other in- formation will be furnished by the under- signed on application.

A married man without encumbrance will be preferred.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By order,

E. L. BABBINGTON,

Secretary. Perth, 14th February, 1881.

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