OH N NEIL, STOCK A SHARE BROKER,
St. GEORGE'S TERRACE,
" DERBY'' Still Remains
TH* PREMIER TOBACCO.
Sole Agents for Fremantle :
P. FALK A CO.
Tm* Stokers' Tobacco.
Puke, Fraosant and Sweet,
. In; connection with a recent infringement, the following has been received by the makers:?
November 10th, 1893. Messrs. J. Kkonheimer A Co.,
Flinders-lane, Melbourne. Dear Sirs,?
Be " Derby " Trade Mark.?It is with great regret that we find we have, through wrong information and advice, infringed the above registered trade mark in this colony. We beg that you. will tender our sincere apologies and regrets to Mr.' Dunlop, and we now promise that the infringement will not occur again.
(Sd.) DIXSON & SONS. N O T I C h.
THE HOWICK MEAT MARKET,
Wholesale and Retail. A. M. Colley will open the above en FRIDAY NEXT, with a enpply of First-class Meat, which he intends to sell at prices hitherto unknown in Perth. Families waited on for orders. in any part' of the city. Call for price list. Trial solicited. Note address j? Howiek-street (opposite ttasonio Hall).
S. GUARDIOLA, Manager (from Parer
Bebo? Meals in Western Australia.
THRBE COURSES FOR ONE SHILLING. |
Boars' and Rebid knce 25s. a Week.
BEDS FROM ls.
Private room fer Ladies. Hot and edd baths.
N OT I C E.
Visitors and New Arrivals will find als tao kenpest and best house ia the colony.
?]YEW GOODS fob CHRISTMAS.
Oceana, Arcadia and Nairnshire.
To be sold to Customers at such a
that all purchases will be actually
HIGH-CLASS GLACE KID
iH Great Variety.
N.B.?Our OWN MANUFACTURED Lace Boots and Bluchebs are superior for Durability, and very Cheap.
KELLY & CO.,
Howick Stbeet, Pebth.
LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES.
Having leased the large and commodious stables at the Castle Hotel, has now
HORSES (saddle and harness)
BUGGIES, and other.Vehicles for Hire,
Parcels up to 281bs. delivered within the bound-
aries of the Municipality for (Jd.
Carrying of every description conducted with promptness, the greatest care being observed.
Passengers and their luggage from the Rail* way Station to the " Castle " and " Imperial" hotela conveyed free of charge.
WlBES AND LeTTEBS PUNCTUALLY
Attended to. York, December 8,1903.
p r! K N I G H T\
AUCTIONEER, LAND and GENERAL
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MERCHANT.
Large Supplies of
HAY, CORN, FARM and DAIRY
Kept in Stock at each place.
TBAVELLEB8 MAY DEFEND UjTON OBTAINING
The Contraster for the Yilgarn Railway now carrying
PASSENGERS AND GOODS
Over the opened section of the*above line from
NORTHAM TO BUERACOPPIN,
a distance of one hundred and twenty milea.
On and after MONDAY next, the 18th DECEMBER,
DAILY TRAINS WILL BE RUN.
that on TUESDAYS connecting with the Mail Coaches at Burracoppin to and from Southern Cross.
For Rates and other particulars, apply te .
J. McDOWELL, Contractor,
QOUTHERN CROSS 6 COOLGARDIE
Tattebsall's Tuef Club
LIVERY AND LETTING STABLES.
Specials of all classes procurable from the head of the Railway Line to any part of the Eastern Districts. Due notice given.
Nothing but thorough-bred horseB and first cla*s buggies on hand.
All journey's accomplished in half the time of the mail coach.
L. J. KNIGHT COHN,
BREST, EMANUEL * CO., LAND, STOCK 4 STATION AGENTS,
Lai% Alex. Foebest & Co., Pebth. Fat Cattle and Stock always on hand.
Regular Shipments from Kimberley and Nor'-West ports.'
Telephone No, 14.
C5WAN FISH and ^OYSTER COMPANY ^ are now open in
SWAN BUILDINGS, BABRACK-ST.
The pubUe supplied with fresh fish, and Brisbane oysters. Families . waited on fer orders. Fish cleaned. Yoong Poultry pac chased or cash to any amount.
GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS OF
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, 1893.
A SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAIN will leave Fremantle at 12.20 p.m. and Perth 1.10 p.m. on 23rd December for Bunbury.
Return Fares: First Class, 15s.; Second Class, 10s.
These tickets will be available for return by any ordinary train up to and including 30th December, 1893. or by Special Train leaving Bunbury at 4.30 p.m. on Sunday, 24th De- cember.
CHEAP EXCURSION BOO-aJ* GS TO
AND FROM THE COUN aRY.
The public are notified that the period for the daily issuing of Cheap Excursion Tickets will end on 22nd inst. Instead thereof. Tickets at Special Low Fares will be issued to and from Country Stations every Saturday, com- mencing 23rd December, until further notice. For full particulars see hand bills.
CHRISTMAS DAY. 1893.
On Monday next the train service will be the same as on Sundays, with the exception of. the Up and Down Mail Trains between Fre- mantle and Beverley, and the Up and Bown 'I rains between Perth and Bunbury, which: will run as usual. j
CANNING RACES, 28th DECEMBER,
Special Trains between Perth and Race-
course will run as under:?
To Racecourse?0.30,10.40, and 11.27 a.m.;
and 12.20 p.m.
From Racecourse?5.30, 5 50, and 6.0 p.m.
The 5,50 and 6.0 p.m. trains will run to , Fremantle.
To enable Midland Junction and Guildford' Passengers to return from the Races, a
Special Train wfiLleave Perth at 7.50jT.m. for
these places, returning from Midland Junction at 8.35 p.m.
By order of the Hon. the Commissioner of Railways.
General Traffic Manager. Perth, 19/12/93.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. TENDERS are invited for the Contract
hereunder mentioned. They are to be addressed to " The Honourable the Director of Public Works," and are to be marked out- side with the name of the Contract as stated' hereunder. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.
PERTH-BUNBURY RAILWAY ? BUN- BURY RAILWAY STATION CONTRACT. Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette, 25th October, 1893. Date for receiv- ing Tenders, noon. Tuesday, 9th January, 1894. Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Drawings can be seen at this Office, and at the Court-house, Bunt*, v, and a limited number of the same may also thereafter be obtained at this Offley on payment of £2 per
EASTERN RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS,
DRVIATION No. 1, MAHOGANY CREEK CONTRACT.
> Date of Advertisement in Government 1 Gazette, 25th October, 1893. Date for receiv-
ing Tenders, noon, Tuesday, 23rd January, 1894. Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Drawings can be seen at this OSes, after 6th November next, and a limited number of the Bame may also thereafter be obtained at at this Office on payment of £3 per set.
EASTERN RAILWAY IMPROVEMENTS,
DEVIATIONS Nos. 3, 6, and 9-MINOE
Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette, 25th October* 1893. Date for receiv- ing Tenders, noon, on Tuesday, 30th January, 1894. . Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Drawings can be seen at this Office, after 6th November next, and a limited number bf the same may also thereafter be obtained at thia Office on payment of £2 per set.
UPPER BRUNSWICK RIVER. ROAD
BRIDGE AND APPROACHES CON- TRACT.
Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette : 7th December, 1893. Date for re- ceiving tenders: Noon on Tuesday, 9th January, 1894. Conditions of Contract, Specifications and Drawings can he seen at this Office, and at the Court House, Bunbury, after Thursday,! 14th inst.
Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette -. 14th December, 1893. Date for re- ceiving Tenders. Noon on Thursday, 4th January, 1894. Condition ot Contract, Speci- fications and Drawings can be seen at this Office, and at the Court Hoaso, Bunbury.
ROEBOURNE GAOL PHELTER.SHED
Date of Advertisement in Govarummt Gazette. 12th December, 1893. Date for re- ceiving Tenders. Noon on Tuesday, 16th January, 1894. Conditions of Contract, Speci- fications and Drawings can be seen at this Office, and at the Court House, Roebourne, on and after the 20th inst.
PINGELLY AGRICULTURAL HALL
Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette: 12thDecember, 1893. Date for re- ceiving tenders: Noon on Tuesday, 16th January, 1894. Conditions of contract, speci- fications and drawings can be seen at this office: at Post Office, Pingelly, and at the Court House, Albany.
MINGENEW POST AND TELEGRAPH
Date of Advertisement in Government Gazette: 12th December, 189?. Date for re- ceiving tenders; Noon on Tuesday. 16th January, 1894, Conditions of contract, speci- fications and drawings can be see a at thi office at Railway Station, Minginew, and at Court House*, Geraldton. ' *
H. W. VENN, Comimissioner of
Railways and Director of Public Works. Publio Works Office,
Perth, Western Australia,
18th August, 1893.
/^.OVERNMENT LAND SALE;
Department of Lands and Surveys.
Perth, 6th December, 1893.
The undermentioned Allotments of Land will be offered for Sale by Publio Auction on tiie dates and places specified below, et ll o'clock a.m.:?
January 3rd, 1894. at the Resident Magis- trate's Office, Pinjarrah Suburban Lot 53. Upset price £3 per acre.
January 5th, 1894, at the Warden's Office, Southern Cross Town Lots 142 and 203,143, 382,204. Upset price, £30 each.
Plans and further particular* of these lots can ba obtained at tine Office, or at the Offices where the lota are io be sold. '
Commissioner of Crown. Lands.
TENDERS FOR RENTING THE RE-
FRESHMENT ROOM FOR.ONE, TWO, OR THREE YEARS.
Alternative tenders will be received at this office up to NOON on FRIDAY, the 5th day of JANUARY, 1894, for the above.
They are to be addressed to " The Hon. .the Commissioner of Railways," and marked out- side " Tenders for Renting Pinjarrah Station Refreshment Roem."
Conditions of lease may he seen (on and after the 23rd inst.) at this offiee.
The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. . ¦"»
(Sd.) H. W. VENN, Commissioner
of Railways and Director of Public Works. Railway Department,
Perth, 21st Deo., 1893.
BEAUFORT-STREET, PERTH, W.A,
Proprietors :¦ ?..,
FRANK BATEMAN & W. B. O'GRADY Tbs Healthiest Family Hotel in W.A
Special arrangements made with permanent
Every description and best brands of
WINES. SPIRITS,- LIQUEURS, ALES,
CIGARS and CIGARETTES.
First Class Billiabd Saloon. Wires Promptly Attended to.
Telephone No. 60.
<«TJ0TAL GE 0 RGE"
Bs t Hotel. Best Table.
J. R. NOKEH,
PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL
(Under the Distinguished Patronage of Bas
Excellency Sir W. F. C. Robinson, G.C.M.G., and the Premier, Sir
Finest Summer Resobt in the Colony*
MODERATE CHARO L'S.
Extensive alterations have been recently mada to the hotel which make it one of me
most complete in the oolany.
Vehicle meets Passengers by Steamers on receipt of notice.
O PLACE INN HOTEL, Murray-street, Perth, W.A.
, JOHN CLIFFORD, late of Sydney and Melbourne, wishes to inform his numerous friends and customers that he has now taken over the above Hotel. Best Brands of liquors always on hand. Good accommodation for visitors. Plunge and shower baths. Alcoek's full-sized table. Colonial papers filed. None ether but the best ales ob draught.
ORTHAM HOTEL, NORTHAM.
H. A.. SLATER, Proprietor.
Neatest'Hotel to Yilgarn Railway Line. Situated in the centre of Northam.
Extensive alterations and additions, have been recently made .to this Hotel;'* ,.*"*'
Travellers to the goldfields will find the Northam Hotel the rn^st Convenient and Complete with all hot,, comforts.
WA N HOT EL,
DR AK E
Begs io inform the residents of Fremantle, North Fremantle, and districts surrounding, that he irnow conducting thir-poptaar hotel, which he intends to conduct in the best style.
Excellent situation, commanding beautiful
views of the river and harbour.
Best accommodation for visitors, travellers and bridal parties.
The moat comfortable seaside Hotel in the district.
Ladies and gentlemen's baths. - Good stabling.
McEwan'a Ales on Draught.
Alcock's Best Billiabd Table.
'Perambulators. Gigs. Mail-Carts. Now being unpacked by W. Zimpel. The largest and beat assorted stock. Over 78 Perambu- lators, Gigs, and Mail-Carta to- select from-. These Prams, etc., are from one of the best London Factories, well-known for their finish and durability. W.? Zimpel having had several orders for same, booked in- advance before arrival, would advise an early inspection of same by his patrons. Connery customers wiahing for designs and prices will receiveTw". Zimpel's usual prompt and careful attention. Some of the'nicest designa of the class ever Tinx»rtedmthe:ooieoT. B^ hes*iaeei?AJ*t