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Legal._ EGÉORGE ALFRED DAVIES, late of

Fremantle, Wine and Spirit Merchant, deceased.

Pursuant to Rn Act of the Imperial Parlia-

ment made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd Years of the Reign of her Present Majesty, chapter 35, intituled An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees (adopted by Local Ordinance 31 Viet. No. 8), NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any CLAIMS or DE- MANDS upon or against the Estate of GEORGE ALFRED DAVIES, late of Fremantle, in the Colony of Western Australia, Wine and Spirit Merchant-who died at Fremantle aforesaid on

the 31st day of January. 1897, and Probate of whose Will (with a codicil thereto) was granted hythe Supreme Court to William Frederick Samson of Fremantle, merchant, Arthur Elvin Davies of Fremantle, undertaker, Letty Davies of Fremantle, widow, and Georgs Davies of Fremantle, clerk, the Executors named therein -are required to SEND in WRITING PAR- TICULARS of their CLAIMS and DEMANDS to the said Executors on or before the 15th day of MAY, 1897. And NOTICE is hereby also given that at the expiration of the last mentioned date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the ascets of the said George Alfred Davies amongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and the said Executors will not be liable for assets of the said George Alfred Davies, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim the said Executors have not had notice at the time of such dis- tribution.

Dated this 8th day of March, 1897.

M. L. Moss, Solicitor for the said Executors, High-street, Fremantle,

.JVTOTIOE TO CREDITORS.

In the WILL of GEORGE MUNRO MEARS,

Deceased.

Whereas on the 2nd day of March, 1897. Probate of the Will of George Munro Mears, late of Hawkhurst, near York, in the Colony of Western Australia, farmer and grazier, de- ceased, who died the 10th day of February, 1897, was granted by the Supreme Conrt of the said colony, in its Probate jurisdiction, to Richard Goldsmith Burges, of Tipperary, near York, and Maria Margaret Burges, of Perth, spinster, the executor and executrix named in and appointed by the said will, Now Notice is Hereby Given, pursuant to the Ordinance 22nd and 23rd Victoria, No. 85. adopted by 31st Vic- toria, No. 8, that all creditors and other per- sons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the estate of the said deceased are hereby re- quired to SEND PARTICULARS of such Claims or Demands to the undersigned on or bafore the 3rd dny of May ueit. And, further, that the said executors will immediately after such date proceed to distribute the assets o£ the said deceased among the creditors and persons entitled thereto, having regard only to those claims of which they shall then have had notice and the said executor and executrix will not be Hable for the assets, or any part thereof so dis- tributed or dealt with, to any peison of whose olalm or demand they shall not then have re-

ceived notice.

Dated this 3rd day of April, 1897.

J. C. FOTJLKES, St, George's-terrace, Perth,

solicitor for the said executors.

rpHE~ COM'PÂNÎES ACT; ïs97.

DER NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Office or Place of Business of the abovemvned Company, in the colonv of Western Australia, is situated at Stirling Terrace, Albany.

Dated at Albany the 31st day of March, 1S97.

W. G. KNIGHT,

H. S. J. KNIGHT, Attornies for the said Company in

Western Australia. Approved 5/4 97.

F. A. MOSELEY, Registrar.

HAYNES and ROBINSON, Solicitors, Albany. rrure COMPANIES ACT. lsw.

HANNAN'S GOLDEN DREAM,

LIMITED.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Registered OFFICE of the alove Company ¡3 situated at our Office?, 93 Howiek-sfcreet, PERTH; and that C«4V*L»J KAUFMAN is the Attorney for the Company.

Dated this 12th day of April, 1897.

STONE & BURT, Perth,

Solicitors, {or th« Company,

Legal.

BROWN HILL MTNING SYNDICATE,

LIMITED.

BROWN HILL NORTH (HANNAN'S),

LIMITED.

HANNAN'S TREASURE TROVE,

LIMITED.

NOTICE i* hereby given that the REGIS TSTERED OFFICE of the above Companies is situated at NATAL CHAMBERS, Egan-st., Kalgurli, (the office heretofore being No, 2 Semaphore Chambers, Hannan-ït., Kalgnrli).

H. W. TAYLOR,

Attorney for the above Companies,

Natal Chambers,

Egan-st., Kalgurli.

TVE GEORGE THOMAS COOMBER JA/ (Deceased),

Pursuant to an Act of the Imperial Parlia- ment mado and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 35, entitled An Aot to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees (adopted by Local Ordinance 31 Victoria, No. 8) : NOTICE U hereby given that all creditors and other nersons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDSupon or ngainstthe Estate of George Thomas Coomber, late of Perth, Accountant, deceased intestate (Letters of Administration of whose estate were granted by the Supreme Court to ELIZABETH EUGENIK CQOMBER, of Perth, widow and relict of the deceased), are hereby required to SEND, in writing, parti- culars of their claims or demands to the said Administratix on or before the 30th day of APRIL, 1897. And notice is hereby also given that at the expiration of the last-mentioned date the said Eugenie Elizabeth Coomber will proceed to distribute the Assets of George Thomas Coomber, deceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have notice, and the said Elizabeth Eugenie Coomber will not be liable for the assets of the paid George Thomas Coomber, deceased, or any part thereof, so distavbuted to any person of whose claim the said Elizabeth Engenie Coomber has not had notice at the time of such

distribution.

Dated this 27th day of March. 1897.

JAMES and DARBYSHIRE,

St. George's-terrace, Perth,

Solicitors for the Administratrix.

E JOHN LILLIS (late of Perth Military),

Pensioner, Deceased.

PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperial Par- liament made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 34, intituled "An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees " (adopted by Local Ordinance, 31 Victoria, No. 8), notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon or against the estate of JOHN LILLIS (Me of Perth), in the colony of Western Australii, military pensioner, who died at Perth aforesaid on the 30th day of De- cember, 189C, and probate to whose will was granted by the Supreme Court to Mary Lillis, widow, the executrix therein named, are re- quired to send, in writing, particulars of their

Claims or Demands to the said executrix on or before the 29th day of April, 1897, and notice is hereby also given that on the expiration of the lastrjnentionod date the said executrix will nroceed to distribute the assets of the said John Lillis amongst the parties entitled thereto, haviifij regard only to the Claims and Demands of which she shall then haye had notice, and the said executrix will not be liable for assets of the said John Lillis, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose Claim the said executrix has not had notice at the time of such distribution.

Dated this 29th day of March, 1897.

GEORGE LEAKE,

35 Barrack-street, Perth,

Solicitor for the said Execntrix.

B,

Monev.

fíi-t r\ AND UPWARDS ADVANCED

SEELIGSON BROS.,

QUEEN'S CHAMBERS, BARRACK-ST.,

Two doors past F. Illingworth,

On Deeds, Remittances, Furniture (without removal), also on Jewellery, Plate, Diamonds, &c, and all Available Securities.

BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY.

NEY MONEY MONEY S. W. COPLEY,

REMOVED

To 7 Upstairs D. and W. Murray's New

Buildings

(Corner Barrack and Goderich streets).

Advances Money Daily on

FURNITURE, DEEDS, PERSONAL and

other SECURITIES. BILLS DISCOUNTED.

Telephone, No. 257.

MONEY to Lend (¿£600) on undoubted

security. Apply R. M. Walker and Gray, Henry-st., Fremantle.

NEVER REFUS E

I

A bond fiäe application (from ¿S5 to any amount) by any respectable person on Furniture Deeds, Livestock, and any available security.

Re-payments to Suit Borrowers.

BILLS DISCOUNTED DAILY.

R. PICKWORTH,

159 WILLIAM-STREET, (over Peet & Co.'s).

Stock and Sharebrokers.

JOHN NEIL,

STOCK ANB SHARE BROKER,

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

Member Stock Exchange oE Perth.

Bankers: Western Australian "Bank.

MIT H AND T'tfb M P S'ONT

S

J. A. SMITH

Late of Nationa^JRank

of Australasia, Ltd.,

ADELAIDE.

WM. K. THOMPSOS, Late Manager W.A.

Bank, Kalgoorlie.

Member of Stock Ex-

change of Adelaide. SHAREBROKERS. inc.,

Davenport Chambers, Adelaide.

Codes: Bedford & McNeill, Moreing& Neal. ISHMAEL ROGERS,

Stock & Share Broker, Auditor^ &c,

- Member of the Stock Exchange of Perth.

London agencies. Special facilitie«. Address The Stock Exchange of Perth or " Coburg,"

James-street.

TAMES M c C L A Y & CO.,

STOCK & SHARE BROKER3,

No. 3 Exchang« Court, St. George's-terrace.

MEMBERS OP THE STOCK EXCHANGE

OP PERTH.

Minei Insnected and Reported Upon.

Registered Office McClay's Welcome G.M. Co.

and Lady Menzies G.M. Co._ TOHN HURST & CO., STOCK, SHARE and HOTEL BROKERS,

Valuator", Financial, Mining, Estate and General Business Agents.

HOTELS WANTED AND FOR SALE. Bankers-The Western Australian Bank.

Telephone No. 135.

, PERTH CLUB BUILDINGS, '

HOWICK-STREET, PERTH.

H. BARRETT, STOCK ANB SHARE BROXTO,

E.

Adjoining Stock Exchange of Perth, St George's Terrace, Perth.

JOHN S. READ (Member of the Stock

Exchange of Perth), St. Georges'-terrace, Perth. Special facilitio3 for selling shares on the London Market. Bankers; Bank of N.S.W. Telephone: Office, 208 private house. No. 217.

TTvRIFFIELD, RUSSELL & CO.,

STOCKBROKERS & MINING

AGENTS.

Telephone 1,022.

CODES USED-MOREING & NEALS, BEDFORD

MCNEIL"?.

REPRESENTED

on

LONDON and COLONIAL MARKETS.

Special Facilities for Dealing on London

Markets.

WEST AUSTRALIAN CHAMBERS

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

? ? ' .» ' ' » ?."* *? IP^

BLUE CROSS TEAS Their exquisite flavonr BLUE CROSS TEAS and rich aroma BLUE CROSS TEAS the talk

BLUE CROSS TEAS of the tea table. BLUE CROSS TEAS la lead, packets.

Hotels.

rpHE MELBOURNE FAMD1Y HOTEL,

Corner of Milligan and Hay streets, Perth.

This Palatial Hotel ha3 jnst been completed, and will be OPENED on MONDAY, April 12. The situation surpasses any in Perth, being elevated and yet close io the city. Every possible convenience nnd best sanitary arrangements. A model Resting Place for both Boarders and Visitors. First-class Cuisine and Liciuors. Private rooms for families. Telephone. Mrs. GRACE LANNIN, the Proprietress, thanks her many friends and the public for past favours, and trusts that by the best attention and studying their comfort in every possible way she will receive a con tinuance of their snpporj;.

S

EA VIEW HOTEL, MANDURAH ROAD. FREMANTLE^

HUGHES & DAY, Proprietors.

This commodious and well-appointed _ Hotel has now been completed, and stands unrivalled as a First-class Family Hotel. The position of the Se», View Hotel cannot be surpassed, com- bining, as it does, all the conveniences of the city with the retirement and quiet of the country. From a spacious balcony running ronnd three sides of the building, magnificent panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and sur- rounding country are obtainable. The Bed- rooms are large, airy and comfortable.

CUISINE PERFECT.

Sitting (Ladies' and Gentlemen's) Rooms. Parlours, and Commercial Rooms unsurpassed in their appointments.

A line of cabs pass the door to and from Fremantle at short intervals.

PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS.

BEST BRANDS OF

ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS,

CHARGES MODERATE.

SEA VIEW HOTEL,

MANDORAH ROAD, FREMANTLE.

c

RITERION HOTEL,

HOWICK-STREET, PERTH, W.A.

W. BERRINGTON, PROPRIETOR,

Late of Southern Cross and

-Broken HiU.

BEST OF LIQUORS KEPT.

Best of Accommodation for Travellers and

Visitors.

The Best Billiard Room in Perth, '

Two First-çlass Tables.

GOOD LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES,

Under the Management of Mr. Weber.

T

ROYAL HOTEL

PERTH,

Is again under the Proprietorship and Direct

Management of

Mr. F. SCHRUTH,

Who intends io snare no expense to maintain his reputation to keep the Royal as the leading and most popular hotel in the city.

fTIHE SANATORIUM OF PERTH.

UNITED SERVICE HOTEL,

St. George's-terraco.

JOHN H. GILES, Proprietor.

This Hotel affords superior Accommodation to gentlemen visiting Perfi, being situated in the raosthealthy part, withm two minutes of the Swan River and one minute from the Stock Exchange, Pnblic Gardens, Post and Telegraph Office. Banks, and Tatt-reall's Club. Hot and Cold Shower Baths. The Billiard Rooms have an advantage over al' others, fitted with two of Alcock's best Billiard Table* m the shades.

Letten and telegrams promptly attended to. TERMS: Three Guiñéis per week, 10s. Gd. per dav. Special terms for Boarders.

Telephone 1,067.

/COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, ^ LAMB-STREET.

H, CHRISS, Proprietor

(Late of "Silver Age Hotel," Broken Hill).

Only the Best Brands of Wines, Spirits,

and Beers Stocked.

N.B.-The BEER drawn at the Cosmopolitan

is as COOL as an ICEBERG.

/CORDON'S HOTEL,

BUNBURY,

Is Now Open, and has the

BEST,-" ACCOMMODATION IN THE

COLONY.

The ELECTRIC LIGHT is installed

throughout.

COACH MEETS TRAINS FREE OP CHARGE.

Racing.

ANNDTG PARK TURF CLUB.

0

RACE MEETING,

SATURDAY, AIRIL 2t, 1897.

FLYING HANDICAP, of 40 sovs.; second horse

to receive 5 sovs. out of the stakes. Dis-

tance, 5 furlongs. Nomination 10s., ac- ceptance 20s.

JUVENIL» HANDICAP, of 30 sovs. For two

year-olds. Distance, 4 furlongs. Nomma nation 10?., acceptance 10s.

BRUSH STEEPLECHASE, of 50 sovs.: second

horse to receive 10 sovs. out of the stakes. Distance over two miles. Nomination 10s., acceptance 20s.

AUCTION STAKES, of 40 sovs. Weight for

age. Winner to be sold for 40 =ovs.": 7!b. allowed for each reduclion of 10 sovs. on selling price. Distance, 5 furlongs. En-

trance 30s.

MADDINGTON STAKES, of 30 sovs.: s?cond

horse to receive 5 sovs. out of the stakes. For horses 14.2 and under. Distance, 6 furlongs. Nomination 10s., acceptpnee 10s. WELTER HANDICAP, of 40 sovs.; second horse

to receive 5 sov». out of the stakes. Welter weights. Lowest weight Sst. 71b. Dis- tance, 1 mile. Nomination 10s., accept-

ance 20s.

To be ran under the Rules and Regulations of the W.A. Turf Club.

Weights to be declared on or about WED- NESDAY, April 14th.

Nominations clese with the Secretary, 5 Ex- change Court, St. George's Terrace, Perth, at 5 p.m.. on MONDAY, April 12th.

Final payments due at 5p.m. on SATURDAY April 17th : all horses not then scratched will be considered acceptors, and held liable for the balance. Entries for the Auction Stakes close 5 p.m. on SATURDAY. April 17th.

STRATFORD STRETTLE,

_._Secretary.

/CHARLES WATSON and HARRY

^ HAINES

WILL EXECUTE COMMISSIONS ON

DONCASTER HANDICAP

and

SYDNEY CUP.

STRAIGHT OUT or DOUBLE. Address all Communications

2G3 ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH

Printers, Stationers, Sac.

P

I N T 1 N G, 1,000 Ru'ed Bill Heads, 7s. Gd. 1.000 Business Cards, 10s. 1,000 Handbills, 5s.

Other Printing Equally Cheap.

JONES & CO., .

Opposite Melbourne Restaurant,

^MURRAY-STREET, PERTH.

O AND8 & aicD O U G A L L,

LIMITED,

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS,

LITHOGRAPHIC AND LETTERPRESS

PRINTERS,

ROBBER STAMP MAKERS.

LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL STATIONERY.

AUSTRALIAN DLARIES, 1897.

ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH.

JBnsíness. " - -_ ALEXANDER MATHESON * CO. HUNT STRAIT ... ... COOLGARDIE,

ST. GÍPRQB'B TÍRRACI ... PERTH.

And

BROAD STRUT Hopgi ,., LONDOK.

Every kind of Commission BssipoifTiWtlWctf

Sole Agent» in W,A, for

HORNSBY'S-AKEAYD OIL ENGDÏES

The Beat in the Fiald. \, ALEX.'MATHESON * QO" '

Perth and Coolgardie. *

LONDON & WESTERN AUSTRALIAN

INVESTMENT GQMPAJfT,

LfM(*«B.

This Company is prepared' to

PURCHASE DESIRABLE FREEHOLD

PROPERTIES.

Any information can be obtained from

ALEXANDER MATHESON Ä CO.,

Merchants and Çommjsi.ion Airen!?,'

HUNT-STREET, COOLGARDIE, also «t ST,

GEORQX'S-TXRRACK, PERTH.

AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY Di W.A

LONDON & WESTERN AUSTRALIAN

EXPLORATION COMPANY, -

Lmrrxp,

MINING PROPERTIES

BOUGHT, FLOATED, OR KNA#CEJ>.

MINING MACHINIST 9vmnp

For au Interest in Approved and D«rilope9

Propertie».

Any information can bo obialnod from

ALEXANDER MATHESON * CO.,

MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION A««MT*.

Hunt-street, Coolgardi».

Also at

St. George's-terrace, Perth.

AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY Hi WA

HAMILTON FISHES,

LatoofN.Z.andN.S.W

INSPECTING MINING ENGINEER,

MENZIES.

Properties reported on m any part of

the Fields.

(MOREING AND NSAL'S COD*;»

Mining Works Designed and Supervisen1.

Coolgardie Agent- T. G- VYNER, ESQ.,

Solicitor.

EC. ROBERTSON AND CO.,

. PRODUCE MERCHANTS,

COMMISSION AGENTS ft FREE GOODS

STORB PROFRUTORO.

Unequalled Free Goods Storage Accommoda- tion, centrally situated and conducted on best

commercial principles.

LEAKE-STRJEET, FREMANTLE.

ACME CYCLES

WILLIAM«,' TSTPBWRITERS.

TWO LEADING MACHINES.

Repairs, Sundries, etc.

ACME CYCLE CO,

40 HOWICK-STRBBT, "?

PERTH.

"W"M. C. FORSYTH,

* * (Late with R. Honey & Co )

TIMBER MERCHANT AND SAWMHIi

Proprietor. OFFICE- """"

Swan Chambers, Henry.st., FREMANTLE. JARRAH MILLS-Chidlow's Well, B.B.

YARDS

Rn^sell-st andSouthBeaoh,FREMANTLE, Contractors and Mine-owners Supplied.

Buildings Financed. _,

Land and Houses For Sajo DAVIS. HANKINSON and Co.,

BORING ÇONTRACTOBS,

99 HAY-STS»«T, PERTH.

Estimates given and contracts undertaken for boring for artesian water, proving coal Dev sure3 or other purposes.

QPECIAL NQTICR

SAUNDERS ft NATHAN,

The well-known. P«rth

TOBAÇÇ0MSTS,

Desire to Inform their numerous CurtiWi

and the Pubho generally that twjr

HAVE PURCHASED

The Stock, Lease, and Goodwill of th» late

Mr J. DAY'S Tobacconist BUSINESS

At the Conor of

HBNET and HIGH STBJMTS, FJMXAUTI».

The Shop, Hairdressing Saloon, and Bath- rooms will be fitted up on a MODERN SCALE *t an early date, and the STQÇK will be . LA»0I and VARUD one, including all

SMOKERS* REQUISITES.«

SAUNDERS 4 NATHAN'S POPÏÏWJR

PRICES WILL RULE AT THE JPORT,

The same as in Perth, who Cater for oil classe«, dealing only m GENUINE ARTICLES, mni all well-known Brands; and with Civility ant Attention trust they witt bo accorded tho Pubhc's Appreciation and Suppport.

Branches at

179 BARRACK-STREET >»_«.

119 HAT-STREET £****; -

And at FREMANTLE.

*5 Medical.

lyrAssAGE AND ELECTRICITY;

Successful When. Other Remedies Fail.

MR. A. P E T-E R S ,

S7 Newcastle-street, Perth.

Rccäveä and Visits Parität*. Telephon» J.021

DETECTIVE S<lAParr«rt» tnbmignwm

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