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£R AJM ES M O B B I vS-O-S.
' ' ESTABLISHED 1870. ,
XAND.' STOCK AND STATION AGENT.
NOS. 1 and 2 SURREY CHAMBERS,
ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE
(Next A.M.P. Buildings).
HONEY INVESTED IN PROPERTIES OB ' -K MORTGAGE FOB ABSENTEES.
si VALUATION OF TOWN AND COUNTS* LAND
AND ESTATES A SPECIALTY.
¡Enn FAT SHEEP f<>r Sale. Apply '.-»V_M ' James Morrison, Perth, or Water Hell, Guildford.
*CK>R SALE, 5 000 ACRES (unimproved) Ï1 Freehold, being the S W. Corner of Victoria Loc. 1,923 within 5 MILES of the -GERALDTON-MULLEWA BADLWAY and JO MILES of MULLEWA TOWNSHIP.
Surrey Chambers, Perth,
Agent for Owners.
t> H S H M E
TO LET, on a rental, or on shares of crops, ¿rom March 1st, 1897 io 31st December, the > -fouowiiig Cnltivatad Paddocks, for purpose of
.cropping only, singly or in a lot :
Town Island, 40 acres (more or less), very rich. House Paddock. 25 acres Cmore or less). Side Paddock, 25 acres, fallowed. Schmidt's: Paddock, 35 acres.
Xawer River Paddook, 50 acres, newly cleared. If poer River Paddock, 122 acres, newly cleared
The above are alt first-plsss sod and in (rood -.ut, and near three railway stations, within ?li nile »f either of them
Only eempeten1- irnn used to farm work, ana tUe to d* it neatly, need, apply.
_ This ia the initiation tif a system I wish to
work, namelv, co_Knct Rearing, imd then let-
ting (lie various jaddock* to cultivators. Ten ante required te find their own plant and horse-:.
Should file scheme work satisfactorily for both partías I might be prepared, after the trial year, to give leases to snch tenants as proved
I am no £ putting down an ARTESIAN 'BORE with/ .he intention of irrigating the
above paddocks,, therefore until result is known cannot give ioncr leases.
1 AU applicAf-.r*- will be dealt with during JANUARY, after which date I shall make arrangements to work the unlet paddocks my- self, hence early application necessary.
17/12/96. ' Guiiafora or Perth.
"Seing Subdivisions into FIVE-ACRE LOTS
of Co. Sound location 264.
200 acres m all. *_' . '
VMsrs. CONNOR ¿DOHERTY have received
instructions from Mr. JAMES MORRI-
SON to offer for Sale hy Pnbhc Auction,
i ÏBLDAY EVENING, 8th January, 1897,
At 8 p.m. sharp,
At the Madrid Restaurant Saleroom,
* High-street, Fremantle,
» - THE ABOVE LONG-S___2CT__>
"f\Ç <f PROPERTY,
' QQ IOTSf AVERAGING FIVE ACRES , ÖO EACH,
V _ And comprising some of the
f "BEST GARDEN and SWAMP GARDEN
Near the Port.
The Oranges, Fruits, Potatoes, ana Onions grown on the adjoining properties are remark- able for their size and flavour.
The vendor, who now intends Felling, has had the property surveyed into five-acre (mote or iocs) Iota, »li of which will be offered with the .KOMINAL UPSET of
¿25 PEE LOT.
The highest advance on that price will purchase.
> 25 per cent, cash at time of sale, balance by lilis at three and six months without interest. Title, L.T. Act.
\For plans apply to JAMES MORRISON, Surrey Chambers, Perth, or
CONNOR & DOHERTY,
v Perth and Fremantle.
i< »SUMMARY OF AUCTION SALES.
'Stubbs Su Co.-Furniture, &c ; 11 ajn.
W. B. Gordon & Co.-Horses, &c; 12 noon.
January ' 5.-T. B. Lowe ana Co.-Carnage
Ponies ; Ham.
^anusry 9.-F. A, Thomas.-Canterbury Park ( Estate; 8 pm.
January 14.-B. C. Wooa & Co.-CityPro ' ,perty; 8 p.m.
¡B. C. Wood -Co -Perth Lot G13; 8 p.m.
JB. C. Wood & Co.-Barque Alfred Hamley ;
'Stanley E. Evans.-Books, Japanese Ware, &c.:
'. at Fremantle.
/Wm. Todd & Co.-City Properly. p_cBe_a, Bowker & Co -Land.
IMcBean, Bowker & Co.-East Perth Land.
'M-Bean, Bowker & Co.-Como Beach Estate,
' -South Perth.
F. A. Thomas-Stir!ing Park Estate.
3?. A. Thomas-Kiora Estate, Bayswater.
Amsberg, Williams and Co.-Rattan Cane
¡Forrest, Emanuel & Co.-400 Bullocks, ex |~ Kirklands.
(forrest. Emanuel _? Co.-Fat and Store Sheep,
v ex La Serena.
POUTRY. ' DUCKS. GEESE. HARES.
&c, &c, &c.
tojlorf-nfc *» Storekeepers, Dealers, Hawkers, ' ' Hotel and Bestaurant Proprietors,
and the General Public.
,$_e""BERTH ICE AND REFRIGERATING
Co., LTD, win SELL by AUCTION, at ^their lee Works, Mackie-street, Perth, at -6.30 EVERY MORNING,
TjlISH OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
POULTRY, DUCKS, GEESE
(Alive and Dressed),
HARES, BABBITS, BUTTER, _C, Ac.
(in lola to suit purchasers).
N. W. RAVEN,
Tl/TARTIN i- CO, Auctioneers, JXL , Town Hall E-change, .
Austral Chambers, Barrack-street,
Have buyers for broad acres within 10 unies of
Perth, and allotments at TTremantle, also boyera and tenants wai-ng for houses in . any locality.
Boarding-houses for sale and Furnished Houses ) to let
Freehold Hotel and Store, 13 rooms, on gold-
fields, crushing plant close by, no opposition, can be let for ¿6 per week, ¿950, splendid
chance for investors.
». Also have for Private Sale :
^T National Cash Register, range from 3d. to ¿2
». Sicker Safe, Federal Coolong Stove
'\Collard and Collard Piano
ginger Sewing Machine
' In&ud Walnut Liqueur Cabinet, Carpets, &c.
ALPHA'S Calcutta Consultation, 2 500 at 1
. c/o Sam Grimwood and Phil Miller, Bar
/-10NN0R AND DOHERTY,
PERTH, FREMANTLE & GUILDFORD.
Fremantle Telephone 575, Private 619. Perth Telephone 369, Private 352.
ACCOUNT SALES AND PROCEEDS RENDERED
ON DAY OF SALE.
AT GUILDFORD SALE YARDS. "
THURSDAY, 31st DECEMBER, 1896.
Account EDWARD BROCKMAN, Esq.
Öd WELL BRED COLTS AND ¿i\J FILLIES,
Including Racers, Hacks and Buggy Pairs,
nearly all broken to saddle and harness. The above are a verv choice lot.
CONNOR & DOHERTY, Auctioneers.
GUILDFORD SALE YARDS,
THURSDAY, 31ST DECEMBER, 1896,
At 2.30 pm.,
^OO PEIME PAT SHEEP,
CONNOR & DOHERTY, Auctioneers.
TNTERCOLONIAL STOCK COMPANY
STIRLING AND MACKIE STREETS,
Have for _«
PRIVATE SALE- \.\-~ ;
HEAVYand MEDIUM DRAUGHT HORSES,
HACKS and LIGHT HARNESS SORTS,
BUGGLES, CARTS, BRAKES, &c.
Also, Large Quantities of
CHAFF, OATS, and BEAN.
HORSES and TRAPS on HIRE.
AUCTION SALES HELD EVERY
under the charge of Mr. W. Macpherson.
Mr. S. J. CHIPPER, Secretary.
Mr. STRATFORD STBETTLE,
General Manager. OUR BAZAAR
is THE LARGEST AND BEST IN THE COLONY.
STUBBS AND CO.
THIS DAY, THIS DAïf,
A FINE CONSIGNMENT OF TEA,
In lib. and iib. Packets.
Several Cases of this Line.
BICYCLES, &c, &C, Ac.
PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERAS PRINTING MACHINERY And a Lot of Sundries.
STUBBS AND CO.,'
RAILWAY AUCTION BLOOMS,
Opposite Station. " ' * "~- CARRIAGE PONP3S.
VERY HANDSOME PAIRS.
THEO. R. LOWE & CO.
AT THEIR YARDS, ,
/» PAIRS CARRIAGE PONIES,
From 11 to 13 hands ;
- . 6 HACKS, well bred. r>"r
These ponies aie the finest lot ever imported toW.A.
These horses ore all in first-class order, well worth inspecting, and are now in our stables.
SALE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5,
CANTERBURY PARK ESTATE,
ALBANY ROAD, SOUTH PERTH,
At the 'Bus Terminus,
rjÇ* SPLENDID BUILDING BLOCKS,
. * Fronting
ALBANY ROAD, CAVENDISH-STREET,
WATER LAID ON.
FOR ABSOLUTE SALE,
By Public Auction, at the Mechanics' Institute,
on SATURDAY, 9th January, at 8 p.m.
F. A. THOMAS,
Auctioneer, 88 William-street,
In conjunction with Messrs. PEET & Co.
PLANS NOW READY.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9,
At 3 p m.,
ON THE GROUND.
SOUTH PERTH LAND.
Splendidly situated, adjoining the Perth Cause-
way Bridge, on the 'bus route, and only a
few minutes' drive from the city.
LYALL HALL & Co. (Lyall Hall, auction
eer), have been favoured with instructions r to sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY,
January 9,1897, at 3 p.m., on the ground, all that desirable
T A N D ,
Immediately adjoining the Perth Canseway
Bridge on the south, sub-divided into a number of suitable Building Lots
The property is admirably situated, and is immediately connected with the city by an efficient line of 'busses, and will in addition shortly boast a ferry service.
Further particulars can be .ob1^iaedJ./afc.fthc auctioneers offices. Plans m coarse of pré- paration.
LYALL HALL Ä, CO.,
Eagle Chambers, Hay-street. Perth.
SATURDAY NEXT, 2nd January.
FREMANTLE. AUCTION SALE
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, DRAPERY,
A. GARLAND and CO. are favoured with in-
structions to Sell, at their Rooms, Market street, Fremantle, by Public Auction, on
SATURDAY NEXT, 2nd January,
At 3 o'clock,
A large quantity of
a BOOERIE S,
Consisting of Tea, Butter Soip
Tin Fish and Fruit
Jam, Muk, Scented Soap &c, &c.
Also, a quantity of Drapery, Clothing Pictures, &c, &c.
After this week we shall hold a REGULAR WEEKLY SALE of FURNITURE by Auction every TUESDAY, at 11 o'clock, and every SATURDAY at 3 o'clock.
J STILLING DUFF
AUCTIONEER & GENERAL-AGENT,
First Procerties for Sale,
"ÜOBREST, EMANUEL & CO.,
(Late Alex. Forrest &Co.)
The Oldest Established Firm of Agents in the
LAND, STOCK, STATION
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Hold Auctions Sales at Perth, Fremantle, Guildford, or any other part of tho Colony as required. Liberal advances given on all Stock consigned to us for Sole.
Account Sales rendered and settled day of Sale if required.
FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP
Always on Hand.
Stock bought on Commission, and forwards to any part of the Colony.
' Fortnightly Shipments of Extra Prime FAT STOCK from Eastern Colonies consigned to us from Messrs Kidman Bros., of Adelaide, and Messrs. B. Richards and Son, of Sydney.
Excellent Paddock Accommodation, also Draftiog and Sale Yards, within a mile of
Agents for Orient lone of Steamers and Cobb and Co., Limited.
Ex Kirkland from N.S.W., due to Arrive on
or about JANUARY 6TH.
EXTRA PRIME AND HEAVY
BULLOCKS. 370 SHEEP
FORREST. EMANUEL & CO. SPLENDID PASTORAL PROPERTY.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1896.
ANNEAN STATION, NEAR CUE.
799,482 Acres' Pastoral Leasehold Land 11,000 Sheep
780 Head Cattle 111 Horses.
.Adjoining Runs (unstocked),
YALGOO-170,500 Acres Leasehold KALLI-108,700 Acres Leasehold. Fuller particulars from Auctioneers,
FORREST, EMANUEL & CO.,
CENTRAL CITY PROPERTY.
ST. GEORGE'S-TERRACE- AND .HAT-STREET.
EARLY IN JANUARY.
B. C. WOOD & CO. will offer for sale early
»ERTH TOWN LOT GIO,
With frontages to St. George's-terrace and
Hay-street, together with all buildings, consisting of a pair of semi-detached two storied Honses and a commodious Dwel- ling House in the Terrace, and two Cottages - on Hay-street, all let to reliable and good
Full Particulars in Future Advertisement.
B, C, WOOD & Co,,
PERTH TOWN LOT H.
B. C. WOOD & CQ. have received instruc-
tions ia offer for sole, by Public Auction at
the Mechanics' Institute on
THURSDAY, THE 14TH JANUARY,. 1897,
PERTH TOWN LOT LI
Having a frontage of about 50ft. to Barrack
This property, which will be offered in two Subdivisions, is highly suitable for business pur- poses, being near St. George's-terrace, the General Post Office, the Banks, and Supreme Court und Stock Exchange. The position is eminently suitable for offices, which would always command the highest rentals.
Adjoining this property is that of Mr.
Moir, who is now completing
A SPLENDID STACK OF BUILDINGS
On the corner of St George's-terrace
The TERMS aro EASY and will be published
SALE AT 8 P.M.
TO SHIP.OWNEBS, CONTRACTORS,
To CLOSE PARTNERSHIP ACCOUNTS.
BARQUE "ALFRED HAWLEY."
B. C WOOD & CO. will offer for Sale>y '
Public Auction, in JANUARY,.. at'the "' Tier; FREMANTLE, the"" " '
"OARQUE "ALFRED HAWLEY."
With all Gear and Outfit complete, as she then
lies in the Port of Fremantle. Register : 450
tons. Dead-weight Capacity : 650 tons.
Full Particulars Later.
SALE 11 A.M.
CANNING PARK ESTATE.
FIRST SUBDIVISIONAL SALE
CANNING PARK ESTATE.
INTERCOLONIAL STOCK COY. (by their
auctioneer, Mr. Stratford Strettle) will offer for Sale at the Mechanics' Institute, . Howick-streeCon THURSDAY EVEN-
ING, 7th JANUARY, 1897, at 8 o'clock,
ALLOTMENTS OF LAND.
Every Allotment has frontage to Main Road. No noxious trades will be allowed.
Railway on "the ground, and extra trains ex- pected.
New training'and exercise tracks-to bo formed._
Water laid ou to the course.
Splendid soil* for Nurseries and. Market
One-fourth cash ; balance 4,8, and 12 months,
AMGOORLE. Amgoorie. AMGOORIE
MGOORD3. Amgoorie. AMGOORIE AMGOORIE. Amgoorie. AMGOORIE - AMGOORIE. Amgoorie. . AMGOORIE
k THIS DAY. THIS DAY.
At 12 o'clock Noon.
W. B. GORDON & CO. will hold their usual
Saturday's Sale THIS DAY at 12 o'clock noon on account of New Year holidays, at their W.A. Stock Bazaar, Wellington street, opposite Perth Railway Station, when they will offer
Buggies, Drays Harness (new)
Produce, and Quantity Sundries.
Ono handsome St. Bernard Dog, pure bred.
Pedigree at sale.
Entries received up to 12 o'clock.
W. B. GORDON & CO.,
Commencing with the New Year,
RAVEN & CO.,
Will Hold Regular Sales by Auction,
AT THE CITY MART,
156 BARRACK-STREET, PERTH.
Jewellery, Furniture and Clothing.
Furniture, Merchandise, etc.
Ho-ses, Poultry, Produce, Vehicles," etc.
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
at 8 o'clock
Land, Houses, Farms, and Mining Shares.
RAVEN & CO.
Are prepared to indent Produce and Merchan«
dise through tl.e'tr agents from Melbourne,
Sydney, and Brisbane.
Special Sales by Arrangement at the Mart
on any day.
Out Sales conducted in Town or Country.
PROMPT RETURNS AND REASONABLE
AUCTION SALE AT ALBANY,
For full Particulars see Australian Advertise r
IVER AMUSEMENTS. The River Steamer SWAN can be Hired for Picnic Parties and Outings, upon application to
H. ARNOLD, William-st Jetty.
;OR Quality, Strength, and Flavour KANDA
KOOLA TEA romps home an easy winner.
TO Brickmakers.-Hickmoth's Patent Pug
Mill, thoroughly mixes and pulverises clay, 48 -years' practical experience. Order from H. Hicknott, Gail liord P.O.
rp HE ELECTORAL ACT, 1895. ??* (59th Vic. 31,8.21.)
NOTICB is hereby given that a QUAR- TERLY REGISTRATION COURT for adjudicating upon Claims to Registration on the Electoral Lists of Fremantle, South Fre- mantle, North Fremantle and Vest Province will be held at 10 o'clock ou TUESDAY, the 5th day of January, 1897, at the COURT HOUSE, FREMANTLE.
WILLIAM U. BROWN,
Electoral Registrar, Fremantle. 23/12/96.
HE ELECTORAL ACT, 1895
NOTICE is hereby given that a Quarterly REGISTRATION COURT for adjudicating upon claims to registration on the Electoral List of the District of Perth, East Perth, and West «Perth, and the Electoral List of the Metropolitan Province.will be held at 10 o'clock, oa TUESDAY, the fifth day of January, 1897, at the Police Court House, Perth.
A. W. GLOVER,
Electoral Registrar for the Metropoli-
tan Province, Perth Electoral Dis- trict.
24th December, 1896.
TVT O T I C E. -Ll The Fremantle Local Beard of Health having made arrangements with Messrs. Laud ehr and Gillespie, for a term of three years, to REMOVE NIGHTSOLL and HOUSE REFUSE throughout the Fremantle Munici- pality, the pnblic are hereby notified the said parties will COMMENCE their Contract on the FIRST DAY of JANUARY, 1897, and they, having the sole light to carry out the duties of Nightmen and Scavengers, persons having cause for complaint of non-attendance will please communicate with the Secretary of the Local Board of Health, Town Hall, giving their name and full address. Notice for New Service must be given at the Contractor's Office,
No. 10 Town Hall Chambers.
J. F. FORDHAM,
Secretary Local Board of Health. Fremantle, December 24,1896.
- HEALTH INSPECTOR.
MR. JAS. H. DUNNE has been AP POINTED HEALTH INSPECTOR for this Municipality, vice Mr. J. S. Fordham, and will enter upon his duties on 1st January. 1897.
GEO. BLAND HUMBLE, Town Clerk. Town Hall, 30th Docamber, 1896.
GENERAL RATE FOR 1897.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a meet, ing of the Council held in the Connell Chamber, Town Hall, on TUESDAY, 15th day of December, 1896, a General Rate of ONE SHILLING AND FIVEPENCE FN THE POUND for the year 1897 was declared on all the ratable property within the limit of the Municipality, and ordered to be payable at the expiration of 14 days after the publication of such notice in accordance with section 164 of 59 Vic, No. 10.
And notice is hereby given that at the same meeting of the Council, the following Special Rates for tho year 1897 were declared, viz., One-Eighth of Penny in the Pound for Loan No. 1, One Half-Penny in the Pound for Loan No. 4, Seven-Eighths of Penny in the Pound for Loan No. 6, and a Health Rate of One Penny in the Pound, making a total of 5d. in the Pound, Special rate for the year 1897.
These several Special Rites were ordered to be paid at the same time as the General Rate.
Mayor. Town Hall, December 19,1S96.
Got in off my Run, and now in mv Paddock, one Dark Bay ENTIRE HORSE, about 14 hands high, white star in forehead, little white on off fore foot, branded M 4 conjoined on near ribs. If not claimed will be sold to defray
W. ROSER, Salt Valley, Toodyay.
Came into my Paddock at the Upper Swan, one Red and White COW, in full milk, branded K on the rump, milking side, and strap and bell on. Owner can have same by applying at
W. B. WOOD, Butcher. Guildford, December 29.
AMGOORIE PACKET TEA is not only the
best value for the money, but is the most economical Tea for families, hotelkeepezs, and, boaràinghouie-keepers. :
A USTRAL TIN WORKS,
BEOWN, CYFER _ CO.,
TIN, IRON, COPPER, AND ZINC
Manufacturers of all kinds of Colonial Tinware, _ Baths, Tanks, Tubs, and Buckets. Lamps
for Hotel, Shop or Street use. Show
Tins for Grocers, Confectioners,
and Baker3 a Speciality.
FOR ALL KINDS OP SPECIAL WORK.
CANISTERS AND TINS
Of all kinds, for Tea Merchants and
MADE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Delivered in any part of the colony.
For particulars, prices, ana terms write to
BROADHURST, MACNEIG & CO.,
BARNES AND SYMONS
Murchison Goldfields, Western Australia,
Miii-igBrokers and General Commission Agents.
MINE REPORTS FURNISHED.
All Wardens' Court Business Promptly At-
"O U B L I fi NOTICE.
PERTH DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION,
NOTICE is hereby given that On and After the 1st JANUARY, 1897, the PRICE of MILK will he RAISED to 7d. per QUART.
JOHN W. MILL, Secretary.
OUR WAREHOUSE will be CLOSED on FRIDAY, January 1st, and SATURDAY, the
F. H. FAULDLNG & CO.,
_Pertb._ rTlHE SUNLIGHT YEAR BOOK POR.1897.
A Convenient BOOK of REPERKNCE, em- bracing STATISTICAL RECORDS of the COLONIES, the most notable events in modern political history. References to sports and sporting records. Domestic hints and handy
memorandum. Obtainable at
ALL RAILWAY BOOKSTALLS.
"VTOTICE OF EEMOVAL.
MR. H. S. TRIGG, A.R.V.I.A.,
His Offices from Hay-street West
His New Chambers,
A C O B Y ' S WEST AUSTRALIAN WINES,
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE COLONY,
15,000 GALLONS of MATURED WTNES..
Bottling Cellars : William-street. Perth.
ÜLOWERS LOVE THE SUNLIGHT,
and always turn to it, for it brightens everything. The Modern Housewife always
BRIGHTENS HER HOME,
And helps her out on "washing day," qr_any
other daywhen she needs
A PURE, HONEST SOAP,
CLEANSES EVERYTHING IT TOUCHES,
And doesn't injure anything, either
fabric or hands.
LESS LABOUR, GREATER COMFORT.
SUNLIGHT SOAP con be obtained in 12oz.
SUNLIGHT SOAP can be obtained in Hb.
PEBTH TEST.-IRON AND ZTNC WORKS
(P. COOK, Manager)
Have started business in JAMES-SEREET, at
at lie rear of the Great Western Hotel.
TANKS, BATHS, _c, made and repaired
at lowest rates.
SPOUTING and all out-door work at current
All kinds of TINWARE madeon the shortest notice.
Repairs a specialty, neatly-and thoroughly
Sole agents ana Managers of the Lance Patent Air ana Watertight Sanitary Pans, highly recommended by all who use them. Dr. Grcsswell (of the Melbourne Board of Public Health) says, " The Lance Pan and Cover is the simplest and most effective I have ever seen." Municipalities liberally dealt with. Cook's im- proved Patent Chimney Cowl manufactured on the premises, guaranteed to cure smoky chim- neys; no cure, no pay. One trial solicited; civility and attention. Note address-Perth Tin, Iron and Zinc Works, P. Cook, manager, James street at rear of Great Western Hotel, Perth.
"VTATURAL HEALTH SALT,
Just the Thing for Summer.
ASK YOHR GROCER FOR IT.
A Sparkling and Health-giving Drink. Cleanses
the System and Purifies the Blood, and
Imparts a Vigour to the Entire System.
To he had from all Grocers
3d. per tin. 9d. per tin. 9d. per tin.
OBERT TAYLOR & CO., ACCOUNTANTS AND FINANCIAL
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
R. TAYLOR & CO. desire to notify to their clients and the public generally that they have REMOVED to larger and more suitable pre- mises in the WEST AUSTRALIAN CHAM- BERS, St. Gcorge's-terraco, where their busi- ness will recoil e the same unvarying attention
Perth, 19th December, 1896.
P R A T L E Y, SHAMROCK LIVERY AND BAIT
Hasiho Largest and Best Stock in the City.
First-class Horses and Buggies.
Buggies and Pairs, Saddle Horses, -c
Four Horse Drags up to l8 or 20 persons,
HOESES BOUGHT, SOLD, OB EXCHANGED.
Telephone No. 336.
IHE ORIENT BOTTLING WORKS,
(Directly Opposite J. M. Lapsley^).
H. CROSSLEY & CO.,
Bottlers of the West Australian Brewery Co.'s
BRIGHT SPABKLING ALE and W.A.
Brewery's STOUT. Families Supplied Direct.
Bétail Agents for G. Nicholls' Celebrated
Tasmanian Dandelion Ale.
.LatestvEasbioa.-i .Tics at TiftUor/g, Jfcrtl»
SILVER STAR STARCH
PIONEER TABLE JELLIES PIONEER FRUIT JUICES
PIONEER GINGER BEER POWDERS - LIMEADO (LIME JUICE)
RASPERO (RASPBERRY VINEGAR) AURORA FLAVOURING ESSENCES.
From all Grocers and Storekeepers.
R. HARPER AND CO.,
HOTOGRAPHY (PARIS PANELS) MESSRS. GREENHAM AND EVANS
Have introduced to the colony thaBeautifuland Fashionable Novelty in Photogrophy known as PARIS PANELS. Size of phot , 8in. x 6in.; card, liin. x 7in. ; price, 25s. per doz.
Specimen Copy posted on application to GREENHAM and EVANS, Photo Artists, Barrack-street, Perth.
AMGOORIE TEA always GOOD.
FOR BORE, t FOOT OF BARRACK-STREET.
J. C. BUTSON.
APPLICATIONS for the position of TOWN CLERK to the Municipality of GUILDFORD will be received up to Noon of THURSDAY, January 7th, 1897. Applicants to state age, qualification, and to enclose copies of
Particulars of duties, salary, &c, can be obtained from the undersigned, by whom appli-
cations will be received.
JAMES M. HUBBARD,
BLUE CROSS TEAS Their exquisite flavour BLUE CROSS TEAS and rich aroma BLUE CROSS TEAS the talk
BLUE CROSS TEAS of the tea table. BLUE CROSS TEAS In lead packets.
THE FASTEST BICYCLES
IN THE WORLD. SPECIALLY BUILT.
No Other Rider Stands a Show Against Them.
TO BE SOLD CHEAP,
KELLY & CO.,
/^.EORGE DEARY *?* COOPER,
Maker of Brewers' and Wine-growers' Vats and
Casks, Spirit Kegs, and all other articles
in the trado.
CASKS BOUGHT & SOLD.
Having OPENED an OFFICE at FRE- MANTLE we are prepared to Undertake all CUSTOMS AGENCY and GENERAL COM- MISSION WORK.
The Office being in the hands or Our MR. WATKINS, who has had largo experience on the Goldfields, we feel sure clients will receive every satisfaction.
Telephone No. 639.
C. R. KNIGHT & CO.
THE FROZEN MEAT aud PERISHABLE
(Opposite W.A. Bank),
" Will receive (ex Wollowra) on Monday
Of MUTTON LAMB
DAIRY-FED PORK, and
SMALL GOODS ;
ASSORTED POULTRY GAME, FISH
WILD DUCK, TEAL SNIPE, RABBITS
SMOKED NEW ZEALAND BLUE
ASPARAGUS, 4c, &c,
And are now prepared to Supply same to house-
holders and others in an&around
THE SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,
AND PRESS AGENCY,
WEST AUSTRALIAN OFFICES, ST. GEORGE'S
News wired, Descriptive Sketches and Weekly Summaries mailed to the country, intercolonial and English Press; Boards of Enquiry, Com- pany and Societies' Meetings, ¿c, officially re- ported; Prospectuses, Letters, Statements, and Special Advertisements drafted ; Secretarial Commissions by appointment; the Correspon- dence of Business Firms typewritten by short- hand amanuensis. _ _
Principal-S. H. WHITTAKER (late of Melbourne Arqus).
OTICE OF REMOVAL.
CHAMP & WEST,
PLUMBERS, GASFITTERS, IRONWORKERS,
SANITARY ENGINEERS AND
Of Murray-street, Perth, are REMOVING to
LAKE AND ROE STREETS,
Where, having secured larger and more com- modious premises, they are now prepared to execute all orders promptly.
ABYSSINIAN PUMPS A SPECIALTY,
Call for Prices.
TTALIAN ORANGES AND LEMONS.
Direct Fortnightly SHIPMENTS of above
ore NOW ARRIVING in the best Condition
and quality of any in the Market. ORDERS Supplied at Lowest Rates on application.
*" Wholesale Fruiterer, HAY-STREET, Perth. ?<$
TjllTZROY Preserved Meats are Appeasing j JJ for Breakfast, Delicious for Luncheon, ! pleasing for Supper. Eighty varieties. i
TJUTZRQY PRESERVED MEATS, free ;
from bone and gristle. -Economical a
weli as suitable, "*J
J. W. LANGSFORD
(Nearly 20 Years' with Australian Mutual
Provident Society), ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR,
FINANCIAL, ESTATE, INSURANCE, _n_ GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
l8 AUSTRAL CHAMBERS, BAB_AC_-8_R__T.
"Y"OU CAN'T DENY THAT
?*? CEOSSLErS CAPE,
Is the place par excellence for Grills, Light
Luncheons, Teas, and Choice Wines,
Wedding ana Birthday Cakes
N.B.-Wo have just opened new Afternoon Tea Booms in WeUingtan-street, nearly oppo BJto the Railway Station._
Prepaid advertisements under this heading up to _FODBTEEN words SrxgnscE._
A A.-Standard Registry, S3 Murray-st.
a Wanted, Generals, 15s, to 20s.; Girls assist im house, 10s. to 12s.
A A.-Standard Registry, S3 Murray-st.
. Wanted, Lad for Shop, good wages; Boy, Tea Room?, generally useful._ ACCOUNTANT, competent, wanted, good
references. Apply, stating salary, to Mis. takes, this office
ADVERTISER requires services of young lady,
assist light duties end care of children. The Cottage, Hay-st. West, just beyond 'bus terminus.
ASSISTANT, smart, wanted, for Ironmongery
Department ; also. Apprentice, Millinery. Apply Immediate, M. Higham; and Sans, Fremantle. AT Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howick-st.-Wonted,
thorough Generals, from 20a., small families.
T Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howick-st.-Wanted,
Kitchenmas, first class hotel, 20s., at once, references. _^^
T Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howict-st.-Wanted,
second Cook, first class hotel, city, liberal
AT Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howick-st.-Wanted,
first and second Cooks, first class hotel,
Albany ; fare paid._.
AT Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howiok-st.-Wanted,
thorough Housemaid, assist washing, first class suburban hotel, 20s. _
T Mrs. Cooper's, 57 Howick-st.-Wanted,
Cooks, Ho-lemaids, Generals, town* and country, at once, good wages.
T Central Registry. 115 Hay-st.-Wanted,
Generals, any number, immediately.
AT Central Registry, 115 Hay-st.-Wanted,
Cook, 35s.; Second Cook, 80s.; immediately. -Central Registry Oftl ce, 115 Hay-st. (estab-
lished 1893.)-Wanted, Married'Ceuple, for farm, highest wages.
T Central Registry, 115 Hay-st.-Wanted, Waitress, £1 ; Soots, 15s.; Boy for washing bottles, 10s.
T Central Registry Office, 115 Hay-st. Wanted immediately, three saloon Barmaids, must be young, prepossessing. _
T Central Registry Office. 115 Hay-st. Wanted, Iisundry-.au or Laundress, coun- try hotel, £2 week, fare paid._ AT Central Registry Office, 115 Hay-st.
Wanted, Junior Compositor for Goldfields, highest wages, constant job.
AT Central Registry Oflice^ 115 Hay-stT
Wanted, Younf» Lady (about l8) for Sta. Honor's Shop, goldfields, highest wages.
AT Central Registry, 115 Hay-st.-Wanted,
Housemaid and Laundress for goldfields, 25s. week, fare paid,
T Central Registry Office. 115 Hay-st. Wanted, Housemaid and Waitress, country hotel, £1 week, fore paid.
AT Central Registry, 115 Hay-st. (established
1893).-Wanted, General, no cooking, for Southern Cross, -1, fare paid.
AXEWEN (two), good, for long job, near
Pert-, wanted immediately. Universal Agency, 123 Barrack-sc
ARMA-D, first-class, wanted, for private bar.
Park Hotel, Fremantle.
TTJABMAIDS, two, for Cne, wanted. Apply .JO Manager, Duke of Tork Restaurant, Murray
ARMAN, first--ass, wanted. Apply, before
11 o'clock, Cleopatra Hotel, Fremantle.
BASKET-MAKERS, two experienced, wanted.
W. Gaeblar, near West Perth Railway Sta
tion._ BOOT~TRA.bE.-Wanted, Machinists ; also,
Forewoman, geod salary to competent hand. Apply Pearse Bros., North Fremantle.
OT wasted, Bmarb ona active. 'Apply - -cUi
Book Depot, 124 Will-.ni-st._
BRICKLAYER, one good, wanted, 12B. per day.
Apply John Denning, Kelmscott Hotej.
BRICKMAKERS wanted, for putting on stack,
horse and mill found. H. Johnson, East Northam Brickyard, Northam._ BULLOCKY, also Boundary Rider, required
for Kimberley, must be tilorougbly experienced and produce references. Forrest, Emanuel and C». _
UTCHEB.-Handy Man wanted for general _work. W. G. Weylondt, Hntt-st._ CARPENTERS, two, wanted, for Claremont. _Se-rntb.'s Royal Hotel._ CARPENTERS (six) wanted. Apply W. Stott,
Parker-st., back of Beaufort Arms._
ARPENTERS wanted, firnt and second fixing.
Apply Prescott and Lee, Hutt-st., corner Robinson-avenue._ CARPENTERS, Jetty, BÍX, first-class, wanted,
at once. Apply A. B. Wright, contractor, Perth._
ILERK, quick at fijares, wanted. Apply G.
Davis, Seott's Horso Bazaar, Wellington-st. í>OK, good, female, wanted. Apply to Mrs, James Morrison, Water Hall, Guildford._ OOK, good, wanted. Apply Esplanade Hotel,
OOK, good, wanted, at once, best wages,
and Garter Hotel, Godorich-st.
COOK, good, wanted, uied io Restaurant.
Wilson's Temperance Hotel, corner Welling, ton and Queen-sts._^^^^^
COOK and Housemaid wanted, for one month,
from 1st January, good wagC3. Apply Mrs. A. G. Jenkins, 66 Adelaide-terrace.
COOK, good, wanted, liberal wages; also,
Laundress for two days a week. Mrs. William Drifiield, Hillside, Monnt-st., Perth.
COOK, Second, wanted; also, experienced
Waitress; also ymtng Lady, for saloon -bar. Apply South Australian Cafe, Eagle Chambers,
Hsy-st._ CYCLE Mechanic wanted. Apply Acme Cycle
A;oncy, 40 Howick-st.
ONNYBROOK TO BRIDGETOWN RAIL-
MEN FOR CLEARING. FALLING, AND
Apply on the Works, Donnybrook.
GENERAL Servant, good, wanted, at once, two
children. Apply 191 Stirling-st., Perth. _
fH ENERÂL Servant, thorough good, wanted ; \JT able to cook. Apply Mrs. Potter, 6 Lamb-st. g-^ ENERAL Serront, good, wanted, wastes £1 ; \JC family two. Whito House, Weld-avonue, off Ellen-st., near Late-st. -,_ f^ ENERALSerrnnt, good, wanted; also Lann XJC dress by the day. Mrs. Gatwood, Hay-st. west, opposite Boys* School._
g^i ENERAL Servant, good, wanted, sleep home, VJT good wages. Mrs, Elsegood, Goulburn Vu-., James-sr. _ g~*\ ENERAL Servant wanted, good wages. Rail. VT way Restaurant, Wellington-st., opposite geods-sheds.
/"I IRL wanted, for-general Housework. Apply «OT R. McGellin, grocer, Canton-ent-st., Fre-
if~1 IRL wanted for Housework, easy place. Mrs. HJT Hoyle, opposite Hospital, Mandurah-rd.,
IRL, young, respectable, wanted to assist ' housework. Mrs. McDonald, Lanark Villa,
QIRL wanted for Housework, gc 3d wages.
Mrs. Williams, Frederick-st., otf T lolbourne. rd., back Sedgwick's.
HARDWARE Assistants and Boys wanted.
Apply William Sandover and Co., Hay-st., Perth._ HAIRDRESSER, first-class, wanted, good
wages. Apply H. Gocdhill, _iirdresser, Murrny-st. west.
HAIRDRESSER, first-class, wanted, state
wages required, address by. letter. Black White, this office.
ODCARRIERS wanted. oTjobTQucen-str
ODCARRIERS, two. good, wanted.
Wellington and Mackie sts.
H_ _ _
HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Apply Great
Western Hotel, Hntt and James sts.. Perth. OUSEOTAID, Waitress, wanted. Mrs. Riley,
Bishop's Hooee, St. G cor go's-tor._ OUSEKEEPER wanted, at once. Apply.51
HOUSEMAID and Laundre*» and Cook foi
Col oniol Hospital. Apply Principal Medical
Officer, Perth. _ HOUSEMAID, experienced, wanted, for hotel
at Geraldton. Apply, at once, Westral
Villa, 20 Hardingcst., West Perth._
INVOICE Clerk wanted, one accustomed to the
hirdwaie Irade preferred. Apply WiU¡ani Sandover mid Co., Hav-st., Perth._ KITCHENMAN, ¿oôd,"wanted, at once. Applj
LABOUREßTsoödrior scaffôldincr. Apply new
Mint, Howick-st. Atkins and Law, contrae j tors.
1TT AD, strone-, wanted. F. Carrighan and Co.
JLi Manufacturing Chemists. B¿y-3t, west,RearJj .opposite. Zi__sl'_r.- . w ..--.. -
T AD, strong, wanted, to look after a horse and JJ generally useful, sleep at home. Apply to A. Jacobsen, Havelook-st., Perth.
T/DT, wanted, with few pounds to establish JLI hieb, class Registry Office. No. 7 National Mutual Buildings, St. George's-ter.
"I" AUNDRESSr_goed, wanted. Apply Park JLi_ Hotel, Fremantle. * *
T IMË-BURNER wanted, one accnsto~med~to JLi HI» bnilding. Apply immediately, Drake i and Whitwell, architects and engineers, Bt. George's-ter., Perth.
T UNATIC ASYLUM.-Nurse wanted; pay, JLi £55 and rations. Apply personally to I>r.
'AN, useful, waottd. knowledge of gardening
requisite. A. B. Wright, contractor, Perth.
MAN, wanted, able to milk and mike himself
generally usefnl about honse. MTS. C. Y. O'Connor, Cantomnent-rd., Fremantle.
MARRIED Couple wanted, wife as Cook, hns
band as Gardener and Handy Man. Apply A. F. Thomson, Lucknow, Claremont.
MAY'S Albany Registry Office, WiUiam-st.i
Perth.-Wanted, Mantodiive; also Man for piggery ; Girl for shop ; Woodentters.
MAY'S Reiistry Office. William-st., Perth.
Wanted, Housemaid, to assist in bar ; also Handy Man, with carpenter's tools.
MAY'S Registry Office, W~illUmTt~Pertlü
Wasted, Housemaid, for good hotel in town ; also Woman to wash and irom, 6s. day.
AT'SBegistry Office, William-st., PerthT^ Wanted, Housekeeper, Housemaid, Wait- ress : Woman Cook for tho goldfields, £310s. week,
MAY'S Registry Office, William-st., Perth.
Wanted, Wheelwright, high wages; also Blacksmith's Striker ; also Carpenters, 12s. day,
12 months* work.
AY'S Registry Office, William-st., Perth. Wanted, Bullock Driver, high wages; also, ChiBf Cook; Yardman for good hotel; also,
Wanted, Waitress, for good hotel in town; also, Waitress, for hotel in York; also, two Quarrymen, at once.
M ""AY'S Registry Office, William-st., PerthT
Wanted, Boots, for good hotel; also. Waiter for hotel; also. Groom and Coachman for gentle-
man, SX 15s. week with keep.
AY'S Registry Office. William-st., Perth. Wanted, useful Man for a gentleman's place, £1 10s. week and keep; also, General Ser.
vant, £1 week.
Wanted, Yardman for good hotel; also, Bar- maid, same place ; also. Men to Break Stone, Ss.
WANTED. STONEMASONS (Seven},
BAXTER and PRINCE, ' St. Georse's-terrace, Perth,
TVTEW Arrivals, seeking Government or Private J3I Employment, apply Universal Agency, 123
Barrack-st. Fullest information.
PAINTERS wanted, labour and material.
Apply Prescott and Lee, Hutt*st., cerner
PLASTERERS' Labourer wanted. Short-st.,
near Canning Jarrah Timber Yard ; early.
PLUMBER wanted. Mr. Harper, Finnerty-st.i
near Asylum, Fremantle. *
PROGRAMME Sellers wantsd for Caledonian
Sforts, Fremantle, Apply Modern Printing Co., Fremantle.
UBBLE Masons, two good, wanted, used to
hard stone. Gill and Co., Wellingten-st.
ALOON Barmaid wanted. Apply F. Schruth,
Royal Hotel. _
ERVANT, good, wanted, 15s. a week. Apply
Greenham and Evans, Barrack-si.'
K S s:
SERVANT, general, good, wanted, at once, for
Coolgardie. Apply, between 6 and 7.30 on Wednesday and Thursday evenings ; Mrs. Gleisberg, cue Mrs. Oste, Hambledon Villa, Howick-st.
SHEPHERD wanted, good wages to good man.
J. Chester, Batcher, Adelaide-st., Fremantle. SIGNWRITER, good. Apply, before 7.30, at
east wing Perth Railway Station.
SMART Lad for Office wanted at once. Swan
River Shipping Co., Dalgety-st., Fremantle.
SMART Boy wanted for Office. Apply Diamond
and Son, Cliff-a t., Fremantle._ SMART Boys can earn Good Wages by selling
the WESTAUSTBAUAX before school. Apply 5.30 a.m. to Manager, WEST AUSEBAUOK Office
STEWARD, Bedroom, wanted, assist waiting.
Apply City Hotel Dining Rooms, Hurray-st., Perth. _ TAILOR, good, wanted. Matthew Goode and
Co., Hay-st. West.
1HE Position as -Manager for Branch ¡stores is
filled._ E. O. jJchulz, LionMill, E. Perth.
THOROUGHLY Competent Bookkeeper and
Costs Clerk wanted, good salary for good man. Apply L., this office. m
Wanted, First-class SMALL GOODS MAN, must be thoroughly up in all branches of the busi. ness. Apply br letter only, with references.
_LEADENHALL POULTRY CO._
AITER wanted, good wages to a good man.
Spanish Restaurant, Hay-st., Perth._
AITER, first-class, wanted. Apply Spanish
Restaurant, South-tor., Fremantle.
WAITER, first-class, wanted. Apply, at once.
Musson's Sydney Coffee Palace, Walling ton-st._
AITRESS, first-class, wantetL Apply, at
one«, Hotel Metropole.
WAITRESS, good, and to assist in bar,
wanted; also, good Housemaid. Apply National Hotel._
WANTED, smart, active Boys to make 20s. per
week by selling the WEST ABSTEALIAS, Manager, WEST AÜÍTEALIAK, Fremantle. 6 a.m.
WANTED, young Lady for Stationery and
Toy Business, st ite experience and salary reouirod to G.W., this office.
ANTEÔTRunncrs to sell the WEST AUS
TE ALUN. Liberal commission, apply be tneen 5 and 6n.m., to Publisher, this office.
The Niagara Hospital Board are- prepared to receive
APPLICATIONS for POSITION
To the Hospital.
There is no doctor within 35 miles, and success* ful applicant will have right of private practice.
Hon. Secretary, Niagara Hospital.
T E D,
Must be First-class Machinist, and have Thorough
General Knowledge of Constructing and
Working Sawmill Plant.
Applications iu writing only (referenccsnecessary),
. To MANAGER,
Canning Jarrah Timber Co., Ltd.,
WASHERWOMAN, good, wanted. Apply
Mrs. Tehan, second house from Aberdeen
st., in Fitigerald-3t.___^_.
OMAN, wanted, for Washing, two days a
week. Mrs. Pratley, Hay-st._ YOUNG Gurí, respectable, wanted as light
General. Mrs.'Parry, Cantonment-rd.
YOUTH wanted, to deliver circulars. Apply.
10 a.m. Thursday, Westralian General Agency Co., No. Vj W.A. Stock Exchange Build ings, 123 Barrack-st._"_ YOUTHS, two, strong, wanted, at once, as
Junior Assistants for drapery department. E. C. Shenton and Co.
[Prepaid Advertisements under this heading up to
FoOT.TEKK Words, SlXPEMCE.]_ AT THE STANDARD REGISTRY,
Employers for Generals, Cooks, Carpenters, House
keepers, Labourers, Waiters, Farm Hands, ¡:c.
Applications shonld be made early.
Wishing Situations call and Register at the above
AUCTIONEER, from Victoria, would like
Position with auctioneering iirm, good salesman, long experience with stock. Apply W.A., this office._
ÖÖTSalesman,young, good at business, excel
tent character, requires position. Address Salesman, this office.
BREWER, thoroughly experienced, flrat-elass
testimonials, desires Appointment. Address Brewer, this office.
CHEMISTS.-Wanted, position Assistant or
Manager, fully qualified, highest crcdenli-s. Styrax, this office._
OHPETENT MINE MANAGER, mine de-
velopment, ore treatment, many yoars W.A. and 1'atb.ersid" experience, waits engagement. Mine Manager X., G.P.O._
BKESSMAKER, disengaged, 5s. per day, three
dresses a week. Miss Georgs, Post-office,
Etst Perth. _
RIVERS, Bookkeepers, Clerks, Engineers,
Compositors, Hotel Manager, Grocer, Handy Men, disengaged. Universal Agency, 123 Barrack-st. __ "HTTRHITGROWER and Apiarist, experienced, JD desires Position as Working Manager ou fruit farm. Fruit, this office._
ROCERS. - Want.vl, Situation as first Counterman, or Miuage Store, London and Perth refs., disengaged 9ck January. Address Walford Millichap, G.P.O.. Perth._ TT ADY, thoroughly capable, would like take I J Charge one or more Children, moderate. J.M., 125 P.iluierston-st., Perth._ -E""~ADY, young, wishes Position as Barmaid, JLi first fortnight half pay. Apply Rose, this
office._ _ MAN wants situation Caretaker, drive, milk,
splendid references. E.M.. «»so Kew 2es lan&Imjpranse Co,
AN Cook, good baker, _c., seeks situation
farm or family. G.. this office.
Opsn for Engagement
Self-Raising Floor. B -:ins Yeast, Effg, Corry, aud Seidlitz Powders, Bine, Blacking, Vinegar, Sanc-s, Worcester.Essences. Fluid Magnesia, Sarsaparilla, Bay Bum. Hi-. Oils, Drifted Oils, Curho'Io Powders, Violeo Powders, Extract of Sojp, &c" -C
Apply by letter to
Care MR. A. WALKER,
_Bazaar-terrace, next to Club.
MISS Smith, Lady's Nurse, open foi engage,
meat. Address, Ivy Cottage, Shearer-st.,
PRACTICAL Man in Stone and Brick Work ___ desires employment as Foreman on huildhii?, or will carry on bnildmg for owner. Practical
tbis oin ce. Fremantle.
SALESMAN seeks Employment, colonial ireneral
store and English drapery experience, houest, sober, reliable. Howard, this office.
Ladies reqnitin« first-class Governesses, Laay. helps, Housemaids, Generals, etc., call at' thi Westralian Governess's Institute, Nicholls'»
XO UNG Han desires situation as Baker, bread
and small goods, sober, competent. Liberty Restaurant, Fremantle.
Hoard and Residence.
A Home from Home.-Mrs. Wallworth, 113
Stirling-st., has select accommodation for Gentlemen, 25s., magnificent rooms.
ACCOMMODATION, superior, för~Ladies or
Gentlemen, single and double rooms. Apply Mrs. Targress, 93 Newcastle-st.
CCOMHODATION for Boarders, bath. Mrs. Cherrington, 109 Mackie-sL, opposite Occi.
ACCOMMODATION for two gentlemen, largo
furnished room, best part of Perth, five minutes Post Office, bath, etc. 17<¡ Howick-st.
ACCOMMODATION ibr~sragle Young Meni
comfortable beds, plunge and shower bath. 154 Goderich-st., opposite Hospital._ ANYONE wanting respectable Board and
Residence, call at Great Western Agency, Hutt und Francis sts.
4 1 Gracemere, 123 Howick-st.-Vacancies»
T Grosvenor Hotel, Howick-st,-Room, Bait
three friends vacant._ AT Glengariff, 6S Irwin-st., four minutes' from
Town Hall.-Vacancy for Gentleman; terms, two guineas.
&TCHÊ RS.-Vacancies for respectable;
Batchers, at Mrs. Parer's, 50 Mangles-st., opp. Mackie-st._ B"~ ATCHERS.-Wanted, Room on Rooms, suit
four, close town, stat* terms. Mac,-this .See, Fremantle._,
J O ARD and Residence.-Vacancy for three _J» respectable tradesmen. Evett'« Cottage, Palmerston-st. _
BOARD and Residence, private family. 1 Chat
wood-rd, 'bus terminus, Highgate Hill. T,
BOARD and Residence wanted, in private
family. Apply, by letter, D. Craik, caro Caledonian Saw Mills, Perth.
BOARD Residence for respectable- men ; gowl
table ; no children ; £1. 1 Monoy-st., off EHen-st., Perth._
BOARD and Residence for gentlemen boarders,
good table. Mrs. Woodho-is, opposite Post
"T>OARD and Residence.-Vacancies for gentle* J(j men, plunge, shower; good table. 67 Mangles-st., opp. Weld Square.
"OOARD and Lodgings wanted by Lady, ia JL> private family, where no Other boarders kept ; terms moderate. Address F.B., Pier Hotel« iTemontle. "-.
HOARD and Residence or Furnished Apart« t ments (superior), wanted for Married Couple, without children ; good terms for suitabla accommodation. Apply Visitor, this office.
LABEMONT.-Two larg« well-furnished Bed.
rooms. First house Shenton-rd-, minuto from station, <ra right.
CLAREMONT, one minute -from station.-.
Vacancy for three Gentlemen, breakfast only. Apply St. George's Tea-rooms, Barrack-st.
EXCELLENT ' ACCOMMODATION
SHAFTO'S VICTORIA COFFEE PALACE, Exactly opposite Perth Railway Station.
Accommodation for 150 Boarders.
Magnificent Balcony Sitting-rooms.
Lavatories, Shower and Plunge Baths.
Billiard-room (two tablés.) '
Night Porter. ' All Meals, Is.
Private Rooms for Families.
eENTLEMAN requires Foraisbed Rooms
pas-al board, private family, terms. Delta*, this office._______-_-__-__ GENTLEMAN wishes Boord and Résidence;
private family, single room, near old Bar« racks B.T., this office._ f% ENTLEMAN requires Single Room, wita VT Board, near town,.-Ute te-ras. CE., this oihee.. ~i* ~ J <? _
aOOD Accommodation for respectable Lodgers
or Batchers, 5s. weekly. Spring Villa,
Bazaar-terraoe, near Willisnii-s-_
[~OME, comfortable, for one gentleman, _]_ Giessen Cottage, Hay-st. West, opposit« Grammar School._-_ HOME for one or- two- Gentlemen, private
family, near Baths. 'English, this office, Fxemantle._ T ADY, young, ia business,' reguires Board ana I i Residence, cloetr-oity,- " terms moderate. Alpha, tbis ofiice.- -? .. -_ T ODG-STGS-for Sinslo Men and Furaisbed 3-1 Rooms. Mrs. Moyle,.--ore-st., opp. Gas Works._. _
"PT ODGINGS for Batchers or single Men.
I J Apply> Mrs. Moran, -Toore-st., Britnell and Mosoy's Buildings, between läapd 1 or after 6 p.m. PARIS Coffee Polaco.-Splendid Accommoda,
tion. Furnished, and Unfurnished Booms, terms moderate. Corn» James-st. end Mockicst..
}_IVATE family offer, front Room, new house,
central, tiro gentlemen boarders. Navulou, this office._,
OOM, Front, unfurnished, usa of kitchen,
bath. 51 Nowcnstle-st.
3TI OOM, large, well furnished, bed and sitting
jy room combined, terms moderate. Lindsay Gordon Club, Irwin-st.
BOOM, Furnished, wanted, by two Batchers,
North Fremantle. Apply Batchers, thii olnce, Fremantle.
OOMS to Let, new house. Indies or gentlemen.
6, Llewellyn's-ter., Colin-st., West Perth. ^ SP A N I S~H RE~S T A U R A~N Tt
Opposite Fremantle Institute,
Best Meals in the Colony. Three Courses, Is,
Private Rooms for Ladies.
100 Beds, to Suit ali Classes.
First-class Accommodation for Families,
CODIN A and A.NDINACH,
N.B.-This establishment, being nowly built, offer*
better Accommodation thou any other.
SUPERIOR Board and Residence for Married
- Conple, private sittiug room. 300 Hay-st. west, eight minutes fiom city. Telephone 132.
TO CONVALESCENTS^-Charming Mountain*
Retreat, river frontage, dainty table, the comforts of a home, references. Address Elixir,
this ofiice. . . - .. -
TWO Gents require clean, comfortable Board
and Residence, share some room, near Weld Square, permanent if suited, State terms, H.A.,
YACANCY for one gentleman. 300 Hay-st. _west. Telephone 132.
YACANCY for~two Gentlemen Batchers. 31
YACANCY-for one Boarder, two minutes Tow*
Hall. Queen.st., Fremantle. _ YACANCY for'few'Boarders. 108 Newcas-O _ st., West Perth, -near Charles-st.
YACANCY for a gentleman, good table, terms,
32s. .M.J., P.O., Fremont-.
YACANCY for respectable Lodsrer or Batcher,
Wiesbaden, Water.st., off Lord-st.
House, HU1-st., Fremantle.
"VTACANCY for one respectable Boarder, every Y thing new ; £1 weekly. 57 Newcastle^*-.
"Ç7-.CANCY, Front Room, furnished, with bath, V suit two gentlemen friends. Mrs. Campbell,
41 Mangles-st., off Stirling-st.
YACANCY Braemar, No. 8 Francis-.st.-Newly,
?furnished large front Rooms vacant. Fin
minutes from Town Hall.
VACANCIES lor Boarders at Benalla V-l~a,
Roe-st., noor Melbournc-rd.
YACANCIES.-Several at 5 Auckland-terrace,
Canton-ent-rd., liberal table, plunge aud
ANTED, young Lady share Front Room
with another, close to city. 141- Beaufort.
ANTED, by Man, Stabling for one horse with nr without Boord. Apply D.E.M. this ofiice.
YOUNG Lady, convalescent, requires accom<
moûatioji quiet farm home, waterside, con* veuient to Peíth->. State terms, Nemo, this office.
IF ANDREW HENDERSON is in Perth, writ«
to'your Brother. Address William Henderson, G.P.O., Perth.
ANTED, the Owner of Block «3, Ambrois« Estate, Subiaco, to communicate with Hy. Doylo, Barker-rd., Subiaco.
g~^ ENTLEMAN, musical, opening private \JÇ school, wishes acquaintance of yoting lady pianiste. New Arrival. P.O., Beaconsfield.
LADY, young, tall, fair, possessing £200, wishes
to meet a gentleman of means. Business, P.O., Beaconsfield.
.0 to C. H. Henderson for Electio Plat«
Printed for tho WEAT AUSTSALIAK HswsrArK* ÇoîieANY, LIMITED, by JAMES GaIBÎOÏ, at thl J*«', ¿w¡r«Kt» iQ_.ce,. St._,a«ars«'a Tera«*