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Stock and Station.

TAMES IfOEBISOH

Established 1870.

LAVD STOCK, ANT* STATION AGEN'!.

AUCTIONEER.

EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, ST. GEORGF/B

TERRACE A ÖAKRACK.8T.

AUCTION SALES UNDERTAKEN IN

ANY PART OF THE COLONY.

HONEY INVESTED IN PROPERTIES OB « 9V MORTGAGE VOB ABSENTEES.

VALUATION or TOWN AND COUNTRY LANDS

AND ESTATBS A SPBCTALITT.

Auctioneer, Mr. C. H. RASON, who also Ids

Balee of Produce, Furniture, and

Merchandise.

THURSDAY, MAY 31ST. 189*. REGULAR WEEKLY SALE.

I shall SELL at the GUILDFORD SALE

YARDS, on THURSDA1, MAY 31st, at TWO p.m.

CARIOUS STOCK.

JAMES MORRISON. May 25,1894.

FOR SALE.

THE Balanoe of those eligible Building

Sites in Swan-street and Terrace-road, Guildford, being the frontage of "Garden Hill" Vineyard. Apply

JAMES MORRISON,

or DR. WAYLEN, Perth. May 7,1894.

/CAVERSHAM ESTATE,.

One and a half miles from Guildford, the property of H. A. DB BUBOH, Esq.,

FOR SALE

Several subdivisions with frontage to Swan Road ; areas f to 8J acres each. Suitable for

Garden and Residential Lots

Price« moderate ; terms easy. For plan and farther particulars apply to

JAMES MORRISON. 9/5/94.

ÛOUND INVESTMENTS.'

FOR SALE

That Valuable Corner situate at intersection of St. George's-terrace and Barrack-street, upon whieh stand the Exchange Buildings (tate National Bank). Frontage to St. George's-terrace, 69 feet (more or less); Barrack-street, 105 feet (more or less).

JAMES MORRISON.

Racing.

BANNING PARK TURF CLUB /"TANNING PARK

1ST JUNE, 1894 (ANNIVERSARY

DAY).

MAIDIN PONT RACB-ÜIO. Fer maiden

Knies only, 14 hands 1 inch and under,

ve furlongs. Entrance, 10s.

DISPOSAL STAKBS-¿ei5; five furlongs. If

entered, to be sold for ¿830 ; weight-for- age. For every £5 reduction an allowance of 71bB will be allowed ; winner to be sold immediately after the race, surplus to Club. Entrance, 15s.

ANNTVBBSABT HANDICAP-¿625 ; one mile

second horse to receive ¿65 out of stake. Nomination, 15s. ; acceptance, 10s.

PONT HANDICAP-Of X10 ; 14 hands 2 inohes

and under; six furlongs. Nominatien, 5s, ; acceptance, 5s.

FLTINO STAKBS HANDICAP-¿620 ; five, fur-

longs. Nomination, 10s ; acceptance, 10s. STIBUHO HANDICAP-For ponies 13 hands

3 irches; ¿67; half-a-mile. Nomination, 5s. ; acceptance, 5s.

The West Australian Turf Club Rules will be strictly observed.

Weights to be declared after the 21th May.

Nominations due up to 5 p.m. on 16th May. Acceptances due up to 5 p.m. on 28th May, at the office of the Club, No. 17 St. George's Chambers, Perth.

All horses or ponieB net scratched on 28th May will be considered as acceptors and held liable for the balanoe.

Day of General Entry, 28th MAT, np to 5 p.m.

S. CHIPPER,

Secretary.

Election Notices.

ELECTION NOTICE.

TLf" R. T. F. QUINLAN

Wm ADDRESS the

ELECTORS OF WEST PERTH

TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), 31ST INST.,

i

AT RUSSELL SQUABS,

at 8 o'clock.

ELECTION NOTICE.

t|" B. M. L*. M O S

will

ADDRESS

the

ELECTORS

of

NORTH FREMANTLE

at the

TOWN HALL, FREMANTLE,

on

THURSDAY EVENING, 31ST MAY,

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK.

Land.

AND. LAND. LAND.

FOR SALE.

fHavelock-street, ¿32 10s.cper I foot.

I Ord-street, ¿52 5s. per foot. t I Colin-street, £2 per foot.

*? Bleoks fronting« Outram-street, ¿32 10s. per

j foot.

s , I Howick-street, ¿34 per foot

I Prospeot Place, ¿31 5s. per r L foot.

<,? TBRMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.

i Apply MCBEAN, BOWKER & co..

Commercial Bank Buildings,

Perth.

QPECIAL TERMS to CASH advertisers in J& the WEST AUSTBALUN

Auctions

SUMMARY OP AUCTION SALES

THIS DAT.

COUBÏHOPE, DRUMMOND & Co.-Sale of

Merchandise ; 11 a.m.

B. C. WOOD Co.-Sale ef Produce on account

of Messrs. Ta'ham. Harris ft Co., at Wat- son's Buildings, Hay-street ; 11 a.m.

ROSLIN» ft GJSORGB-Sale of Waggons, etc.,

at Freemason's Yards, Fremantle ; neon. JAMBS MORRISON.»Sale of City Property ;

noon.

JAMES MORRISON-Regular Weekly Sale at

Guildford Sale Yards ; 2 p.m.

B. C. WOOD & Co.-Sale of Elizabeth Park, at

Mechamos Institute ; 8 p.m.

June 5-CONNER ft DOHERTY-Sale ef Ma-

chinery, &c. ; Ham.

June 6-JAMES MORRISON- Sale ef Land ;

noon.

June 13-FORRBST, EMANUEL & Co.-Sale of

Sheep Statiens by order of the Mortgagees ;

noon.

IMMENSE SALE OF PREDUCE

AND

GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

B. C. WOOD A CO. have receivel instruc-

tions from MESSRS. TATHAM, HARRIS ft Co. to SELL at their Warehouse, Wat- son's Buildings, Hay-street, on THURS- DAY, 31st inst.

30

CASES FACTORY BUTTER 40 Sides Bacon

150 Mutton Hams (T. K. Bennett's)

20 tons Bran

lo tons Pollard

30 oases Oranges SO baga Onions

5 tons Early Rose Seed Potatoes 15 tons Eating Potatoes 20 cases new Date .. 10 bags Almonds Dried Figs

Barcelona Nuts

Etc., Etc. Etc.

SALE AT 11 A.M.

ELIZABETH PARK!

ELIZABETH PARK!

B. C. WOOD ft CO. have received instruc-

tions to Sell by Public Auction at the Mechanic's Institute, Perth, en THURS- DAY, 31st May, the

E

ALANCE OF ELIZABETH PARK.

17 Splendid Allotments 17.

With frontages on Stone-street and Elizabeth

street, near West Perth Station and

Pratley's 'Bus Terminus.

SALE AT EIGHT P.M.

FULLER PARTICULARS LATER.

FREMANTLE, THURSDAY, May 31st, at

Freemason's Yards, at 12 sharp.

GEORGE ft ROSLING are instructed by

Messrs. Smythe ft Co. to Sell by Auction 2 WAGGONS (now standing in Freemason's

Yards), nearly new, without slightest

reserve.

Spring Cart, 1 Sulky, 2 Traps.

Sale at 12 sharp.

SALE TO-MORROW.

P.S.-Parties having horses or property for sale enter early secure advertisement.

THOS. ROSLING,

Auctioneer.

TUESDAY, 5TH JUNE. "** MACHINERY, IRONMONGERY.

ENGINEERS, SAWMILLBRS, AND BLACK-

SMITH'S REQUIREMENTS.

SHIPPING GEAR, HOBSEWORKS,

ETC.. BTC.

CONNOR ft DOHERTY, Auctioneers,

Mouatt-street, Fremantle, are instructed by EDWARD LBVIN, Machinery and O'oneral Merchant, of Geelong. Victoria, to SELL at Essex-street, Fremantle, on 5th June, at 11 o'clock

(COMPLETE AERATED WATER

J PLANT

Corn Crushers. Steel Pinions, Shafting, Fly and Pulley Wheels, Hoibting Gear, Mining Machinery, Piphw, Wrought Iron, Portable Tramway and Trollies, Travelling and Deuble Action Ship Cranes, Bootmakers' Lasts, Joiners' CrampB (several extensions), Portable Forges, English Leather Belting, Coach builders' Materials, Castings and Clips, Verti- cal and Egg-end Boilers, (coated for salt water use) Douglas Pumps, Saws, Windmill Castings (Harris' patent), Butchers' Gambols, Root's Blowers, Hand and Steam Drills, Hand, Force and Lift Pumps, Water Motors, Octagon Square and Round Steel, Orchardists' Grafting and Pruning Tools, Engines and Engine Mountings, Plummer Blocks, Pestles and

Mortars.

Also,

1 Abbott Buggy, 1 Brick PreBS, and 50 bags Oats (a speoial fine).

Full catalogue of 238 lues on application

CONNOR A DOHERTY,

Auctioneers.

T>ERSONS having Horses for Sale may

obtain Paddecking and Stable Room at Perth Horse Bazaar on reasonable terms.

PERTH HORSE BAZAAR.

T^AÍTEL WHITE A CO., LIMITED,

CABBIAGE BUILDBBS,

HAVE ON VIEW AND TO ABBIVE,

EXPRESS WAGGONS AND BUCKBOARDS.

Call at LOWE, CLERK A Co's Showrooms, (opposite Union Bank), St. George's-terrace.

Auctions.

TO-DAY. KEROSENE.

COURTHOPE, DRUMMOND A CO. wfll

Sell by Public Auction at the Metropolitan Auction Mart, Perth

«An CASES " LIGHT OF THE AGE " ¿VJKJ KEROSENE.

Sale at Eleven o'Clock.

THURSDAY NEXT.

GREAT SALE OF MERCHANDISE.

COURTHOP*;, DRUMMOND A CO. are

instructed t?> Sell by Pnblie Auction, at the Metropolitan Mart, Hay-street, Perth, ou THUBSDAÏ NJiXT, 31-t May, 1894,

7 HALF-CHESTS CHINA TEA

20 cases Blackwood Apples, 50 doz. Eggs, J

4 cases Bodalla Cheese. 10 eases Taranaki ' Butter, 6 bags Tasmanian Potatoes, 4 tons fine Salt, 6 tons Mauritius Crystal tugar, 30 boxes Dates, 1 bale tewing Twin«», 4 kegs Salt Beef (Conradt's), 16 boxeB Tobacco. 40 cases Etna Jams ; also Cecea, etc., etc.

SALE AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK. THIS DAY, 2.30 P.M. SHABP.

W. BYERS WOOD A CO. will Sell by Publio

Auction at their Auction Mart, Hay-st.

100

PAIRS Ladies' and Children's Booie

and fehoea. ' Sundry Furniture, consisting of Bed-

steads, Bedding, TableB, etc.

1 Set Dray Harness and 1 Set Double

Buggy Harneas, and Sundry Straps 36 Tents, 6x8; Sydney manufacture.

TBBMS-CASH.

C. H. YEO, Auctioneer. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.

B. C. WOOD A CO. have rweived instruc-

tions from Mr. Walter Hobden Jame» (who is taking a trip to London), to Sell at his residence. James-street, two doors fr^m Court Hotel, on TUESDAY, June 5th, tho wnole of his first-class

OUSEHOLD FURNITURE A EFFECTS

Comprising

Handsome Suite (walnut and leather) Oval Table, Whatnot Occasional Tables

Gipsy Tables, Writing Cabinet Fender and Fire Irons

PJacques, Braekets, Ornaments Bronze Bracket Candlesticks Bentwood Chairs Folding Chairs

Splendid Singer Sewing Machine Dining Table, Lamps

Chest Drawers, Looking Glasses Washatands and Toilet Ware

Black and Gold French Bedstead Single Bedsteads, Palliasses Mattrasses and Bedding

Child's Cot

Bed end Bedding

Cane Lounge, Matting Dressmaker's Model

Kitchen Requisites of every description Sundries too numerous to mention.

H

SALE AT 11 A.M.

Goods on View MONDÂT, 2 to 5 p.m.!

FRIDAY, 15TH JUNE.

VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.

FORREST, EMANUEL A CO. have received

instructions to Sell by Publio Auction, at their Rooms, St. George's-serrace, at 12 o'clook noon, FRIDAY. 15th JUNE, 1894, the following valuable

TJENT PRODUCING PROPERTIES

(only recently crested)

Situated in the heart of the City of Perth.

I or 1.-This property consists of two semi- detached BRICK SHOPS, containing show rooms and dwellings. Each shop contains two rooms, 50ft. x 22ft., also first-olaBS dwelling accommodation. The present rental of this property is ¿6480 per annum, whioh could he considerably increased at the present time owing to the active demand for centrally situated properties. This property is situated at the corner of Howiok-street and St. George's or Cathedral Avenue.

LOT 2.-This property is a very handsome two-storey BRICK BUILDING, with a most imposing entrance and exterior, facing Cathedral Avenue. It contains 17 offices with use of yard at the side, which is also used by the two shops. At present there are only a few of the offices let. They bring in ¿6245 per annum. Total income, ¿6725. Some time ago these premises (shops and offices) brought in a rental of over ¿81,000 per annum, and it is certain that with attention they can be made to do so again, as a strong demand is setting in for ceatral shops and offices.

.The Auctioneers particularly invite the' attention ot investors and speculators to this most important sale of valuable properties, as it is very seldom that such high-class pro- perties are brought to the hammer.

Further particulars can be obtained on application to the Auctioneers, at their offices, St. George's-terrace.

CONDITIONS AT Tune or SALE.

Tenders

SERPENTINE FALLS ESTATE Tenders to RENT the above Estate for a period of three or five years will be received by the undersigned up to NOON of FRIDAY,

June 1st.

The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

This property would bring in a fortnne to anyone able and willing to cater for the pub- lic, as it is a favourite resort fer picnic parties. The charge for admission and supply of Re- freshments would be a large source of income.

Address

H. MAXWELL LEFROY,

o/o JAMES MORRISON.

Perth. 16/5/94.

NOTICE.

SEPARATE TENDERS, by post, will be

received by the undersigned up to WED- NESDAY, 6th JUNK, from persons willing to undertake (at Newcastle) the following :

25 Cubic Yards Concrete (more or less).

60 Cubic Yards Stonework (more or le?s). 25,000 Bricks (more or less).

Tendereis to state prices per cubic yard for Concrete and Stonework, and Brickwork at per thousand. All material supplied. Ten- derers to provide labour and tools only.

The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.

MORRIS LLOYD. May 28th, 1894.

ORANGES. ORANGES.

TENDERS are invited for "CARDUP

ORANGES," to be delivered at the rate of 200 dozen per week.

Apply

HARRY ANSTEY, j

Bindareing.

Insurance.

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT

SOCIETÎ.

Themost prosperous Life Assurance Society

doing business in Australia.

LOCAL TO THBSB COLONIES.

ASSURANCE IN FORCE (INCLUDING

BONUSES) OVER

FORTY-SIX MILLION POUNDS

(¿346,000,000).

This Society offers ADVANTAGES to assurers that CANNOT BE EQUALLED by any competing Offices, local or foreign.

LOCAL INVESTMENT.

LOCAL MANAGEMENT.

PERFECT SECURITT TO POLICT-HOLDBBS,

INVESTED FUNDS IN WESTERN

AUSTRALIA EXCEED ¿3190,000. Invested Funds in Australasia over

TWELVE AND A QUARTER MILLIONS.

The Business of the MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIBTT is conducted on PURE MUTUAL PRINCIPLES, the Equity of all its Members from the date rof A anrar.cc being tully guarded and secured.

Management entirely in the hands of Policy

holders.

Bonuses declared every year.

Larger Bonuses earned for Members by this Society than by any other.

Cash Surrender Values granted after Policies have existed for two years.

Policies kept m Force, should default in payment of Premium occur, as long as the Surrender Value is sufficient for payment of

One Premium.

Cash BonuseB paid after Policies have

existed Two Years.

Bonus Additions paid in full at Death after Policies have been Two Years in force.

Loans granted on Policies with their Sur- render Value after Two Years.

Formt and all information maybe had at any of the Branch Offices or Agencies.

PERTH BRANCH OFFICE;

ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE.

LOCAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS :

W. DALGBTTT MOORE, Esq., Chairman; Hon. GEORGE RANDELL, M.L.C., Deputy Chairman ; Hon. JAMES MORRISON, M.L.C. ; JOHN F. STONE, Esq., J.P.

A. K. MONEY,

Resident Seoretary.

THE LEADDÎG FIRE INSURANCE

COMPANY OF THE WORLD.

INVESTED FUNDS ... ¿38,000,000.

The j

TOOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY.

The undersigned Agent of this wealthy Company is prepared to transaet FIRE INSURANCE BUSINESS on all classes of risks at the very lowest rates.

WM. STEPHENS.

Fremantle.

NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE

COMPANY.

(FIBB AND MABINS.)

ESTABLISHED 1859.

The oldest and wealthiest Colonial Fire and

Marine Insurance Office.

CAPITAL 1 ... ¿31.000,000.

RESERVE FUND ... ¿3235,000.

Polioies granted on Fire and Marine risks at Lowest possible Rates of Premium.

All Premiums .retained for Investment in the Colony.

PROMPT AND LIBERAL SETTLEMENT

OF CLAIMS.

West Australian Branch Office :

NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY'S

BUILDINGS,

St. George's Terrace, Perth.

JOHN S. PEARSON, Manager.

Agenoies at Fremantle and in all the Country

Districts.

M

Mining.

PROSPECTUS

OF TM

OUlfT EVA GOLD-MINING COM

PANY (No LIABILITY),

COOLOABDM, W.A.

TO be Registered under The Companies

Act, 1893.

CAPITAL: ¿650,000 IN 50,000 SHAKES OF

20s. BACH-25,000 Shares (fully paid up) to be retained for the Venders, and 25,000 available to the publio at Is. per Share upon application and 2s. per Share upon allotment, the balance in calls as required from time to time at the discretion of. the Directors, no call at any time to exceed Is. per share at intervals of not

lees than one month.

This Company to be registered when 15,000 Shares have been taken up.

Provisional Directors:

F. T. Crowder, Esq.; R. Norman, Esq.; H. S. Darlot, Esq. ; J. H. Smith, Esq. ; H. G. Stirling, Esq.

Bankers : Bank of Australasia.

Solicitors : Messrs. Leake, James A Co.

Brokers :

Mr. Jehn Neil (Perth Stock Exchange, Limited) ; Mr. Arthur W. Glover (Stock Ex- change of Perth).

Secretaries (pro. tern.) :

Messrs. Holman, Haines & Co., St. George's Terrace, Perth.

This Company is being formed for the pur- pose of acquiring and working Mining Lease No. 387, Coolgardie, containing 12 acres, and situate upon the Bayley Reward Line of Reef, and within half-a-mile from the township of Coolgardie. The present owners are desirous of disposing of the property, with the express object of the claim being developed, and have such faith in its future that they are content to accept thares in full payment; they also, as an act of bona fides, undertake not to dispose of their shares for a term of three months from date of allotment, so that a trial of the claim may be made before they can possibly obtain any benefit from the sale of what they consider a moat valuable property.

Should the Company not be floated, all application money will be returned without

deductions.

Specimens can be inspected at the Offices of the Secretaries or Brokers, taken from a depth of 13 feet, and development work is being proceeded with; also report by Mr. E. Herbert Becke, M.E., together with assay re-

port by Mr. Frank H. Backhouse, M.À.I.M.E. i

Honey.

G O f\f\r\ -Wanted to borrow on 14 0*£i$\J\J\ '» a«res of improved city freehold property, within one mile of Town Hall. Apply at once to Parker A Parker._ MO\EY.-Wanted to BORROW ¿630 for

six months, rep lyable in two quarterly nstalments with interest added. Address Cash, this office.

^""COPLEY"; Hay-atreet. Perth, . ADVANCES MONEY daily on Fur nitvre. Deeds, Personal and other Securities. Bills discounted.

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Early application for space is necessary, na it is being rapidly applied for. For terms and particulars apply to

FRANCIS HART,

W.A. Press Agency, St. George's-terrace,

Agent for W.A.

A

WORD OF ADVICE,

TO GOLDMTNERS, PROSPECTORS,

AND OTHERS.

Health, wealth and prosperity are blessings

which »11 should endeavour to obtain and re- tain, so as to make life sweet. Great things can be achieved, providing you have geod health ; but, to thoroughly enjoy it, be sure to provide yourself with supplies of

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REMEDY

is invaluable to those whose kidneys are affected through drinking bad water, and from other causes, and also for those whose general health is impaired through eating unwholesome food, as it affords immédiate relief, and effects

speedy cure.

can be had from Chemists and Store- keepers in W.A., and throughout the Colo-

nies.

None genuine unless bearing the Signature of GEORGE MURRAY, and Trade Mark on label.

Numerous Testimonials in hand.

Perth, 13th April, 1894. MB GEOBGB MUBBAT, Perth,

DRAB SIB,-I have spent the last twelve months on the Yilgarn goldfield, and like hundreds more, have chiefly been living on tin meat and damper, and having no vegetables, my nervous system got sadly out of order. When I cam« to Perth I was induced to try a bottle of your great Australian Remedy, from which I got great relief. I can highly recom- mend it, and no digger's swag should be with-

out a bottle.

Yours faithfully,

CAPT. J. C. MATIHEWS.

Sole Agent for Fremantle, J. MCKIMMIE

A CO., Lake-street.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

ROSLING A CO.. Auctioneers, Estate

Agents, Perth, are prepared to conduct Clearing Sales of Stock, Furniture, Merchan- dise, Lands or other property in any portion of W.A. Having had loag and varied ex- perience as Valuer, Appraiser, Arbitrator in Hotel, Private and Auction Sales in Melbourne and various parts of Victoria. Terms as arranged. THOS. ROSLING, Auctioneer.

P

ERTH HORSE BAZAAR. PROSPECTING PARTIES AND

DIGGERS

Fitted out with Horses, Drays, Packs, etc.

on short notice.

LOWE, CLERK A*CO. SPECIAL NOTICE.

TO

FARMERS, INVESTORS AND

CAPITALISTS

A SURE ROAD TO FORTUNE.

Some of the Choicest Land in Western Australia, in close proximity to that flourishing township, Northam (it being the starting point for Coolgardie and the richest Goldfields in the world), is new thrown open for Selection to those requiring good arable land for farming purposes, er for a safe and sure investment.

FOR SALE:

ONE BLOCK, 600 ACRES, six miles from Northam, 200 acres cleared ; fenced, a rough shanty, plenty of water ; easy terms, payments extending over eight years.

BLOCK, 1,400 ACRES, with good four-roomed cottage, all fenced and subdivided, 100 acres cleared, excellent land. A bargain.

BLOCK, 485 ACRES, three miles Northam, 80 acres cleared, implements if required ; easy terms, payments extending over eight years.

UNIMPROVED LAND, five miles from Nor- tham, close to -Yilgarn Railwav, in any quantity. Land of richest quality equal to yield 20 to 25 bushels per acre ; suitable for cereals or fruit. This is the celebrated

SEABROOK ESTATE.

Can be purchased in 10-acre Fruit Sections on easy terms or menthly payments.

ONE BLOCK, 700 ACRES, well fenced, five miles Northam, abutting York Main Road, half-mile from Yilgarn Railway, with creek running water, suitable for stock, 50 acres cleared, the rest ringbarked ; easy terms, pay- ments extending over five years.

Several .other Properties subdivided from 50 to 100 acres ; easy terms.

For full particulars and all information apply to

ANDERSON & CO.,

Land and Estate Agents,

Exchange Corner,

St. George's Terrace, Perth.

Orto

GEO. THROSSELL, M.L.A.,

Northam.

Public Notices.

j °

H N NEIL. STOCK ft SHARE BROKER

ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE,

PERTH, W.A.,

Deals in all classes of Stocks and Shares

the lowest possible prices and rates of

commission.

Issues an Official Guide, giving fall parti* culara of all officially quoted snares where situate, number of stamps, Ac. This Guide will be sent post free on application. The object is to afford the fullest information to

investors.

INVESTORS

CAPITALISTS,

SPECULATORS,

Would do well in securing an interest in several Mining Properties at present low quotations. Particulars sent free, either by pest or wire, or on personal application. Wita the forthcoming distribution of public money on account of contracts and otherwise, . general enquiry for shares is anticipated.

Already good parcels are being taken off tho-

mar ket.

JOHN NEIL,

STOCK ft SHARB BROKER, PERTH,

Opens accounts, speculative or otherwise, lose to be restricted to amount deposited as cover» No further liability whatever, Big money has hitherto been made in such operations, and a large extension of market business is an»

tiapated.

JOHN NEIL,

STOCK ft SHARE BROKER,

ST. GEOHGB'S-TEBBACE, PERTH, W.A.,

Is prepared to Buy or Sell all classes of' Securities for prompt cash or forward delivery

JOHN NEIL,

El CHANGE COBNBR,

ST. GEORGE'S-TERRACE, PERTH, W.A.,

Can at all timeB be seen either by calling upon him or by private appointment. An interview will well repay any one who has the success of the West Australian Goldfields at heart, or who has a desire of securing a life-interest in. the almost certain future returns from the golden belt of this Colony.

JOHN NEIL,

MBMBBE OF THE

PERTH STOCK EXCHANGE, LIMITED,

After mature consideration and a review of over a quarter century's experience in this business, conscientiously believes that the W.A. fields now being developed will prove to be the El Dorado of the world. The water question has but to be Bolved. He has backed up his opinion by securing a big interest in almost every listed Stook, and has every con- fidence in advising clients and coming in-

vestors to fouow his lead.

JOHN NEIL,

STOCK AND SHARB BROKER,

ST. GSORGE'S'TBRRACE, PERTH, W.A.,

Is prepared to deal in Centrals, Fraser's,. Fraser's Sonth (pro. and con.), Mount Hall,

Murchison Cons., No. 1 Central Extendeos.. Nannines, Star of Easts and other listed shares, for prompt delivery or otherwise

Is open to deal either way in Broken Hill Proprietary, Block 10 or 14.

JOHN NEIL,

SHARE BROKER, PERTH,

Is open to deal in Claims-Murchison, Cool- gardie, Cne, Marble Bar, or other coming mining centres.

Is open to buy or sell interests in well known Murchison Claims on favourable terms»

JOHN NEIL,

STOCK AND SHARE BROKER AND FINANCIAL

AGENT,

Anticipates an all-round rise on market values and advises purchases at present ruling prices.

JOHN NEIL

AYTHORISBD BBOKEB,

Of over a quarter century's experience London

Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edin-

burgh and Johannesburg (S. Africa)

Stock Exchanges,

Has Agents and Representatives in Coolgardie and Murchison, who are open to report upon Claims »respective, partly or fully developed

JOHN NEIL,

Authorised Stock and Share Broker,

Secretary and Member of the Perth Stook

Exchange, Limited,

Secretary Exchange Club, Limited.

Honorary Secretary West Australian

Caledonian Society,

EXCHANGE COKNiSB,

ST. GBORGB'B TERRACE, PERTH, W.A.

Bankers:

UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED.

JOHN S. READ,

(Member of the Stock Exchange or Perth), Share Broker and Mining Agent, on Commission only. 1 A.M.P. Buildings, Perth». List W.A Gold Mines free on application.

TJ H. BARRETT,.

STOCK AND SHABBBBOEBB,

Adjoining Stock Exchange of Perth, St. George's- terrace, Perth.

MR. W.A. M E R C E Rf

A.K.I.C.B., M.A.I.M.E.,

Consulting, Mining, and Mechanical

Engineer,

Of Messrs. Bewick, Moreing A Co., Mining

Engineers and Mine Managers, Broad

street House, London.

Accurate and Reliable Reports on Mines and Properties, Surveying, Assaying, Ac. Entire management of properties undertaken.

Office : St. George's-terrace, Perth, W.A.

PUBLIC NOTICE.

I -

TJI INSTONE & CO. are now making

. special 100 and 50-gallon galvanised, square TANKS, with extra strong bottoms, complete with all piping, bends, etc., for Con- densing purposes for large parties and teams. Call and inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Croke-street, Fremantle, near Pier Hotel.

T

O MINERS AND OTHEBS,

Ms. CHAS. R. FENWICK, Albany, will. leave for England shortly, and will undertake negotiations for the disposal of genuine Muting Properties to English Investors.

Address Albany; or c/o Howard Taylor,, Esq., Coolgardie ; or Messrs, Wagner and'

Cowle, Cue.

Printed by steam-power for CHABLKE HABPBB, of Guildford, and J. W. HACKETT, of Perth, by JAHES GIBBNET, at the West

Australian office, St. George'p-terrace, Perth!*!

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