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NORTH-WESTERN PORTS THROUGH TO LONDON VIA ALBANY PER P. & 0.

ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS.

TTy HE Adelaide Steamship JL Company (Limited) are open to convey Wool, Shells i.""" »*"» &c, on THROUGH FREIGHTS as above, granting through hüls of lading atand from coastal port of ship-

ment.

JAMES LILLY.

Local Manager.

Fremantle* January 31st, 1886._

STEAM TO ALBANY vi*. BUNBURY

AND VASSE.

WITH APBIL ENGLISH MAUS.

fllHE Adelaide Steam

I ship Company (Limi- ted), will despatch as uu _»der

LUBRA Friday, April 24thj4 p.m.

JAMES Iillilix,

Local Manager. Fremantle, March 31st, 1885.

Special Notice to Fasseng-

ers and Shippers.

ALTERATION IN STEAMERS'MOVE

- MENTS TO NORTH WEST.

STEAMSHIP PENOLA

Wednesday April 22nd, at 4 p.m., for Cos ? sack, via Geraldton, Sharks Bay, Gascoyne and Ash

_burton.

Steamship OTWAY about Wednesday May 6, for Kings' Sound, via Geraldton, Sharks Gascoyne.'ÄBhburton and Cossack.

JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager.

Fremantle, April 14th, 1885._

STEAM TO NORTH WEST. MONTHS OP APEIL-MAT.

.V /i rTlHi. Adelaide Steamship

JwhTn^ -I- Company (Limited) will Aui«3U|^L_dflspatch steamers as under : 'VBHP' S.S. PENOLA, Thursday, April 23rd, about 11 a.m.

-~ Cargo received Monday, Tuesday, and Wed- nesday.

JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager. Fremantle, March 25th, 1885*

STEAM FROM MELBOURNE TO ADE

TJA IDE.

MONTH OF APRIL.

THE Adelaide Steam-

ship Company (Limit- ed) will despatch steam- ers as under :

Steamship SOU m AUSTRALIAN Melbourne Wednesday, April 15th. j, Adelaide Saturday, April 18tb.

JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager. Fremantle, March, 31st 1885.

FBEIGHT NOTICE

THE Adelaide Steamship Company would

be prepared to make special terms for transit of Flour and other cereals.

' JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager. Fremantle, 5th December, 1884.

STEAM TO CHAMPION BAY.

THE Adelaide Steamship

Company (Limited) will despatch steamers from Fre-

mantle as under :

LUBRA, Sunday, April 19fch, 11a.m. LUBRA, Sunday, May 3rd, 11 a.m.

JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager. Fremantle April, 8th, 1885*

STEAM TO ADELAIDE AND MEL- BOURNE, via BUNBURY, VASSE AND

ALBANY.

fi\H.E Adelaide Steam.

JL ßhip Company (Limit" ed) will despatch steamers as under :

PENOLA, early.

SOUTH AUSTBALIAN, Tuesday, April 8tb, 4 p.m.

r JAMES LILLY,

Local Manager, remantle, April 8th, 1885.

LONDON TO FREMANTLE. LOWEST BATES OF FEEI3HT.

SAILING SHIPS ALWAYS ON THB BERTH.

STEAMEES AT DATES TO SUIT IMPORT-

ERS.

VTE7*E invite the support of Merchants to otu* ? T efforts to develope the Shipping1 trade with the colony by steam and Bail. Any sug- gestions from importers as to rates, dates of despatch Ac. will íeceive immediate attention. ?"" TRINDER, ANDERSON & Co ,

4 St. Mary Axe London, E C ,

GEORGE SHENTON

< Perth and Fremantle.

Steamers and vessels belonging to the above ljine will be despatched as under, for Fre-

mantle direct :

Name.

Doser.

Tons.

Leave

London.

Glenavon Yeoman Arafura Minero

A Steamer

Helena Mena A Steamer

ship

steamer

ßhipN slop

ship

1083 3000

543 500 2000 673 2000

January 24 February 15

,, 21 March 25 April]

Jane 25 July

PENINSULAS AND OBIENTAL

STEAM NAVIGATION CO.

TH E Company's

Steamerswill be des-

patched withHer Ma- jesty's mails aa follows,

for London direct via Colombo :

Käme. Tont

Leave j Leave

Melbourne Adelaiae

Pekin |3900 April 9 April 11 Khedive 3860 " 21 " 23 Massilia J4908 [May 5 iMav 7

Leave

Albany

April 15

,, 27 May li

Passengers and cargo booked to Lon don, Marseilles, Italy, Egypt, India China, and Japan, at moderate rates.

Return tickets issued both to first and

econd class passengers at especially low

rates.

Cheap reserved accommodation can be obtained in this Company's vessels.

For further information, apply to

W. D. MOORE & CO.,

Agents Fremantle. Fremantle, Sept 23rd, 1884.

M FROM LONDON (VIA SINGA-

PORE.)

1¿ King's Sound in 50 days from London.

To C o s s a c L, m 50 days from London To Gascoyne in 54 day« from London. To Geraldton in 56 days from Lond.n. To Fremantle m 58 days from London.

The S S. " NATAL" will leave Singapore or Cossack, Gascoyne^ Geraldton, and Fre- mantle about the following dites -20th Janu ary, 20th March and 20th May.

Gooda conveyed at through rates fi^m Lon- don by steamers leaving 35 to 40 days beioie

e above dates

MESSRS. APCAR & CO. have been ap pointed agenta in Calcutta and Mesure. JAK , DINE. MATHESON & CO. in Hong Kong, foochow, and Shanghai, and shippeis can ob- tain quotations for through rates of freight from any of the above ports.

We ave open te arrange for the Natal to call at Batavia or other ports' m Java on the do-ro ~aid voyage_

The attention of mei chants"is called to the acilitics affci dcd I th.s steamer for unpoi ting all Eastern pro bice Io ports north of Fre- mantle she offers the m.^t t> .petitions moana

importing Fnt^ish* goods

i or ratea of freight and pastaje apply to

W, D HOOREL& CO., ]

a. SHENTON j

snd BETHEL & GO: >

JBINDEfc ANDERDON & CO j v$iHRN7, ' -1888:;

Freiaautle. Lo »don.

-fc- ONDON LINE of:STEAMand SAILING JU VESSELS to Fremantle, Champion Bay and Port, in N. W. Australia. Chas. Bethell & Co., will despatch tonnag from London as under :

Name of Vessel.

Tongo.

Class

Wood or Iron

Sailing Dato

S.S. Yeoman

3000

100A1

Iron

Feb;i5

Lady Douglas

696

*A1

»

March A Steamer

2000

100A1

April

Chiselhurst

352

*A1

April

Annie McDonald

470

100A1

May

A Steamer

2000

100A1

July

The above vessels are all first-class boats and have excellent accommodation for pas- sengers.

For further particulars, apply to

C. BETHELL & CO.,

110 Fenchurch-St., London. W. D. MOORE & CO., Fremantle. February 5.

STEAM FROM LONDON TO FRE-

MANTLE IN 50 DAYS.

D1

kLRECT Steamers will _* leave London in FEBRUARY, ArRII», JULY ^-»OCTOBER, and at frequent ntervala whenover sufficient cargo is obtain-

able.

Moderate ratea of Freights.

Special arrangements, for small parcels at d. per lb. Also fast iron sailers dispatched rom London monthly.

February 3rd, 1885

VESSEL ON THE BERTH AT PORT

ADELAIDE.

THE barque " JANE

WOODBURY" is now

t on the berth at Port Adelaide ,for Fremantle. Special rates to large shippers.

T & H. CARTER & CO,

Agents. STEAM TO TASMANIA.

T

\HEs.g. 'YEOMAN'

expected to arrive from London about 15th

'inst. will be despatched to Hobart about three days after her arrival. A limited number of passengers only can be

accommodated.

FARES -.-Saloon ¿Ë9 ; 2nd class £ß ; Steerage .£5.

s Applv to

\W. D. MOORE & CO.

or G. SHENTON.

April 2nd, 1S Sí._

- STEAM TO JAVA AND SINGAPORE

THE B.B. " MENMUIR," 2000 tons will

leave Fremantle for the above ports on

about the 29th March inst.

. Splenl.d accommodation for Horses.

Superior Saloon accommodation. Sandalwood at current rates. Larly application necessary.

T. & H. CARTER & CO.,

Agents. Fremantle, 6th March, 1885.

. «*" Any alteration in the above vessel's sailings will be duly notified.

STEAM TO NORTH WEST PORTS AND

SINGAPORE.

THE S.S. NATAL will be

despatched (weather per- mitting) on Wednssday, 29th _cApril, at3p.m.,for Geraldton, Sharks' Bay, Gascoyne, Ashburton, Cossack, and Singapore.

W. D. MOORE & CO. )

G. SHENTON, J Agents.

. Freights on all goods for Sharks' Bay. Gas- coyne, and Ashburton, payable by shippers.

Fremantle, 16th April, 1885.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND,

LATE JAMES MORRISON,

(ESTABLISHED, 1870.)

Land, Stock, and Station Agents, Sur-

veyors and Auctioneers.

W.A. Land Exchange, Barrack-street,

Perth.

We beg to give notice that we have re- moved our Oßces to the New Premises adjoining Messrs. Parker & Parker's Oßces in Barraek Street.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

WE the undersigned give notice that it

is onr intention to extend the busi- ness carried on by Mr. James Morrison since "l870- undertaking KAU,WAT, LAND, AND MINING SURVEYS in all parts of the colony, in addition to the Land, Stock and Station Agency and Auctioneering business-the style of the now firm being

MORRISON & CROSSLAND. Feb. 9th, 1885.

jill telegrams and letters on business should be addressed to Perth Office.

MORRISON 4- CROSSLAND. THURSDAY, APRIL 23,1885.

87th FORTNIGHTLY SALB.

WE shal sell at the Guildford Sale Yards

on the above date commeneing at 2 p.m. (after arrival of mid-day train) in lots to suit purchasers

15 Fat Cattle (M Edwards)|

5 s ditto (H Brockman)

10 Prim« Store Cattle (H Brockman) 250 Fat Sheep (S W Viveash)

200 ditto (M R Meagher.)

1 pair Bullocks (Gibbs)

2 Ploughs (B Hamersley).

and other stock

MOBK1SOK & CBOSSLAND, J

Stop* and Station Agents. February 12.

SHEEP STATION HOTHAM RIVER.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND (in eon

junction with Mr. J H Horley) have eceived instructions from Messrs G & H Sewell o sell privately

19,000 acres of Leasehold Run

1,000 Sheep

100 acres of Freehold

The Leasehold land is known as No. 8758, and ia well watered by numerous permanent pools in the Hotham River, ranging frvm half to three quarters of a mile apart. The carry- ing capabilities are large and the improve- ments on the freehold complete*

The Sheep consist of 250 last years Lambs, the balance being 4. 6, and 8-tooth wethers.

Terms easj.

For Further particulars, a^ply to H J HOB LEY, York, or

MORRISON & CROSSLAND,

Perth.

MONDAY 27TH APRIL AT 4 P.M.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND are in-

structed by the agents of Messrs. Jas. Henty A, Co. to offer for sale by public auction at the W. A Land Exchange, Barrack St. Perth on the above date it not previously dis-

posed of

THE WOORAMEL STATION

unstocked and comprising 200,000 acres of the best coast and river country in the district being Government leases N1679- S3 N1831 36yN2521-2. This country has carried   sheep and the feed consists of magnificent top feed and river data, with an early spring of grass after rain. Immediate possession. Easy

terms.

ALSO,

COCKBURN SOUND LOCATION 264

of 200 acreseiHier AS A WHOLE OR IN SUB- DIVISIONS ol about 5 ACRES each. The immediate ad* eat of SIR JOHN COODE and his HAEBOUR 3cHE*iEwill rendor this a most valuable proper y, as it lies close to OWEN'S ANCHORAGE SO.«I is on the line a railway must travel from Bo Lingham to Fremantle The block is contig tous to the property lately pur- chased by Mr. D. Simpson, late of Mardi. About 100. acres of splendid swamp land. Terms easy.

ALSO,

South Albany Lots, Nos. 110 to 117 inclusive. Close to Princess Royal Harbor. To be sold as a whole or separately.

ALSO OTHEU PROPERTIES.

Apply to MORRISON & CROSSLAND,

Stock and Station Agents. FOR SALE. 240.000 acres Leasehold

3J0 mixed Cuttle. (200 two and three

cai Heifers; 100 two and three year Steers.)

Gascoyne District. Apyly to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

AT THE CRITERION HOTEL, PERTH,

ON

TUESDAY, 21ST APRIL AT 8 P.M^,

LARG1?- SALE OF PERTH PROPERTIES. MORRISON & CROSSLAND are in-

structed by Messrs. Forrest "& Angove, to sell by Public Auction on the above date, at S p.m. shaop,

LOT 1.-Portion of Í3 l8 containing 1 rood 1 perch, having a frontage of HI links to'O'oderich street and 102 links to Cemetery Road, with substantial-Dwelling House, com- prising Sitting Room, Dining Room, two Bed Rooms in front, 3 smaller rooms at side, Kitchen, store room and stable, verandah front and back, now in occupation of Mr.

Ihos. Saw.

LOT 2.-A portion of Perth town Lot V 176 containing 30 perches, having a frontage of 50 Inks to Roe street, with two well built four room Cottages,thereon verandah in front, situate near the North Perth Railway Plat-

form.

LOT 3.-Perth town H 11 with frontage .99 feet to St. George's Terrace, and 99 feet to Hay St. to be sold in four Lots.

LOT 4.-The Northern Moiety of Perth town Lot H4 with a frontage of 99 feet to Hay street and a depth of 2801inks ; on this pioperty ia a substantial built Dwelling

House and out buildings.

LOT 5.--Perth town Lot C 1. having a frontage of 2 chains, to Adelaide Terrace, 2 (hains to Howick St. and'6 chains to Hill st aet, to be in 8 Lots, and then as a whole.

LOT 6.-Part of Peith town Lot F 16. with frontage to Murray Street, of 49J feet and a depth of 3 chains, with the Buildings thereon in the occupation of Mr. F. Tondut. This property is opposite Mr. MoGlew's fac- tory.

LOT l7.-Three one tenth shares in the Naendip Copper Mine, on the Coush and known as Sherrats Mine.

LOT 8.-1479 acres of Freehold land on the Canning River, 2 miles from the Upper Canning Rridge.

Lot 9-Part of F 10 with a frontage of 44 feet to Hay Street and a depth of about 55 feet, partly in the occupation of Mr Thomas Henderson and opposite Mr Shenton'» new shops and joining the land (Summer's) lately purchased by Mr Hordern

Terms 20 per Cash and balance at 3 and 6 months, with 7 per cent, added.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND. March 21st.

P

OR SALE. - Estate. Large improve-

ments. Near York. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

JTIOR SALE.-Sonth Kensington Estate»

40A acres. Close to Railway Station» Fenced, cleared, good house, and stables Permanent running brook. 1 mile to Town Hall. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE OR TO LET.-Gravel pits

and Quarries, near Railway line. For further particulars, apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE.-Cosy Cottage, vineyard, and

paddocks. 10 acres. Guildford. Ap- ply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE.-Seven Kensington Lots in

one. lot. 744 links frontage to Sum- mers street. ¿8350. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

F

l,,OR SALE. - Several 15 to 20 acre

tJ blocks of land situated between the

York Road and the Railway line, near where the grand junction of the North and East Railways are bound to be. Price, £5 5s. per acre. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE.-Blackboy Hill and Blackboy

Flat property, on York Read, near Green Mount. About 1200 acres. Apply

to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

TT^OR SALE.-First-class Grazing and Ag -C ricnl*.*ral farm, well improved. River flats. Railway siding. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE.-Five Kensington Lots in

one lot Gentle rise. Fenced. Three

frontages ¿6200. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE.-Good alluvial flat and build-

ing ground under the Helena Bridge, Guildford. 23 acres. Fenced. Largest single property in Guildford. Easy terms. Apply to

_MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

TO SELL OR LET.-Large Warehouse in

Guildford, 66ft. x 25ft., Ofiice, Yard, Stables, Harness, and Chaff rooms, «fee. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

POR SALE.-Building Lots opposite the

new Railway Station, Guildford. Easy terms. Apply to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

w

ANTED-A few W. A. Bank SHARES

Apply, stating price, to

MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

FOR SALE-20 Building Lots, East Street,

Guildford, prices from ¿625 to ¿650 each. Terms-One fifth ca9h, balance in equal instalments at 3, 6, 9, and 12 months. Apply to

JAMES MORRISON,

Water Hall ; or MORRISON & CROSSLAND,

_Perth.

FREEHOLD AT THE WILLIAMS.

MORRISON & CROSSLAND have re

ceived instructions to sell by private contract on account of Stephen Monger, Esq.,

the following valuable

MILL AND FREEHOLD ESTATE,

Williams Location Q of 4,500 acres (mo-o or less), situate at the Williams Bridge, upwards of 50 acres paddocked, 3 wires and top rail. Cottage.

ALSO,

Portion of Williams Location D of 22 aTes (more or less), together with Flour Mill, Machinery, Dwelling House, Store, Cottage, Stables and Hayshed.

The whole of the above is let at an annual cash rent of ¿6300 per annum, for 3 years, and the business done at the mill and store has al- ways been large and is increasing.

The necessity of a township at the Williams has always been acknowledged, and a purchas- er of Locution Q would be able to recoup him- self a large amount of his first outLiy by sell- ing a Townsite at the Bridge, as the Williams is a Mutual junction for Railways from Albany, Buubury, and York.

Portion of purchase can remain on mortgage if desired. Appltrto

MORRISON & CROSSLAND. March 2

FOR SALW BV PUBLIC AUt'TiO * ON

TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1S85, at, the

Criterion Hod, Perth.

MESSRS. MORRISON & CROSSLAND

Have received instrusfcions from Messrs. Forrest &, Angrove to sall by Publ.c

Auction

PERTH TOWiV LOT C 1,

Having a frontage of 2 chain» to Howick Street, and the sime to Adelaide Terrace, and a f i ontage of 6 chains to Hill Street. This valuable property has Leen subdivided into nine sections and^ wi 1 be o^Fere.l as a subdivide and then as a whole. The above property is n arly opposite t> vhe r. sidenctiS of J. ii. Roe, E-q, and S. D Burges, Esij.

, MORRISON & CROSSLAND.

April 13. 1885.

POF SALB.-Impo-ted Improved Berk-

shire BOAR ("Ba-ou Enfield"), 12 months old, guaranteed pedigree, bred by Messrs. Rake & Son, Enfield, South Aus- tralia. Apply

JAMES MORRISON,

"Water Hall Guildford. April 14, 1885.

P. C UYYIYG I£AM,

CONTRACTOR,

HAY STREET, PERTH.

ALL works in connection with DRAINAGE,

EARTHWORKS, ENGINEERING and TANK SINKING on the most approved system

undertaken.

Pl.vns an 1 ^.'»cific itions p/ppire 1

r CUN.M N « -\ vr.

HAY bi.'i>.i.£T, PERTH,

Opposite Mesara. Saunders & Oo.

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