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' SUMMARY OF AUCTIONS.
Arthur Short.-Drapery, &c. Hay-street.
Clms. Jordan.-Furniture, Ac, 270 Murray
W:' B.tGordqn.--Horses, Buggies, Ac, W.A.
StocfcïSaar ; 11a.m.
4. A. Abbott.-Fnrnituro ; at 2 o'clock.
November 27.-F. A. Thomas.-Rinkington
Estate ; on the ground, Cottesloe.
Norember 29.-A. A. Abbott, at 402 Murray
?treel-Furniture ; 2 o'clock.
November 29.-Chas. Jordan.-Furniture, Ac,
40 Mangles-street; 11 a.m.
November 29.-B. C. Wood and Co.-Furni
.tnre, Stirling-street; If a.m.
November 30.-Chas. Jordan.-Carpenters'
Benches. Building Material ; 11 a.m.
November 30.-B. C. Wood and Co.-Furni-
ture, 165 Newcastle-street ; 11 a.m.
November 30.-Raven and Co.-Furniture, &c,
November 30.-B. C. Wood nnd Co.-Central
City Property, at their Rooms, 501 Hay st.; 3 p.m.
November 3(1.-W. F. Dixon.-Honsehold Fur-
niture, »T mes-strcct.
November SO.-Amsber<r, Williams and Co.
Furniture, Ac, Outram-slreet; 11 a.m.
December 1.-B. C. Wood and Co.-Furniture,
4c., St. Georgc's-terracc; 11 a.m.
December 1.-Amsberg, Williams and Co.
Jewellery, 123 Barrack-street.
December 2.-Raven and Co.-Furniture, «te,
Sydney Coffee Palace, Wellington-street.
December G.-B. C. Wood and Co.-City and
Snburbau Properties ; S p.m.
December 6 and 7-B. C. Wood and Co.
Japanese Goods ; 11 a.m.
Early Date.-F. A. Thomas.-Albany-road
Lots, Victoria Park.
pONNOB, DOHERTY and DURACK, ^ LIMITED,
PERTH, FREMANTLE, and GUILDFORD.
Fremantle Telephone, 575.
" Private, G19. Perth Telephone, 3G9.
ACCOUNT SALES AND PROCEEDS
RENDERED ON DAY OF SALE.
"El O B PRIVATE SALE,
Some Very Fine
BLOCKS OF LAND, BLOCKS OF LAND,
MIDLAND JUNCTION, .ii- " i Opposite Station.
TheWiSè 'Very .fine SITES, and we can
recommend them lo Investors.
CONNOR, DOHERTY £ DURACK,
PEIME OATEN HAY,
FOE FULL PARTICULARS , Apply to
»ONNOE, DOHEETY 4DUEACCK, LTD.,
OOLI HIDES ! SHEEPSKINS !
Our WEEKLY AUCTION SALES con iinue to.Attract Increased Attention, and we have not óály received numerous enquiries from Home and. Colonial Buyers, but Local Pro- ducers hare found it to their interest to in- crease their support. Every week brings us new consignors, which is a sure sign that our .ITortsf.lirp appreciated, and the prices we .enverare satisfactory.
0nr%A1.ES are held EVERY WEDNES-
DAY and Pi ompfc Account Sales are a Special Featuxè'uf the Business.
LABELS and PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS .> to Hue PREPARATION of HIDES and SKlNSUrapplied Post Free upon application.
One.^rial only will convince Consignors of Vie advantage to be gained by sending to us.
CQNNOE, DOHERTY & DURACK,
"'"'O J IV" S A
''T-'» (BY TENDER),
BERKSHIRE VALLEY STATION TBERKSbUtE VALLEY STATION.
^BAZLNG ANDVGRICULTURAL LAND.
$". W. B. CLINCH has received instructions
( ,to invite Tenders for the Purchase of this
well-known and Valuable Station up to the » 15TH Day of DECEMBER, 1897.
Bituated in. the Victoria Plains District is 115 Vile* from Perth hy toad, and within 12 Miles W Moora Station on the Midland Railway, this line, in fact, intersecting the Western portion ^.f the runs.
' THE STATION COMPRISES
2,000 ACEES (more or less) FREEHOLD
107,000 ACEES (more or less) LEASEHOLD, i' Assessed annually at 20s. per 1,000 Acres.
Portions of the runs are enclosed with about 40 MILES SHEEP-PROOF FENCING, Subdivided into Convenient Size Paddocks, and » RELIABLE WATER-SUPPLY is Procured ¿Tom Wells, Tanks, Dams and Pools, the latter feeing conserved in the beds of the River Mooie, ,the Northern branch of v>hich River borders tue estate.
(To be Sold nilli the Station) v CONSISTS OF V_ 5,000 MIXED SHEEP
" 100 HEAD CATTLE
ioo HEAD HORSES.
''M -without doubt ono of the Most HIGHLY
IMPROVED and PICTURESQUE in the Colony. -There are scveial Substantially Built DWELLING-HOUSES, l.uge Stone Barn, 110ft. x --'OH., 20ft. walls ; Stabler, con- taining 22 stalls and loose-boxes; Gl'au-iry, fitted with Milling Machineiy and Engine; Xarge Brick Shcaiing and Wool f'hed : Men's 'Quarters ; Several Cottages 1er married .toupies; Workshops; Piggery, ¡eplcle with y «very convenience; together mili the advan-
tage of a Post and Telegraph Olhcc.
A Splendid GARDEN mid ORCHARD, tastefully laid out with skill and onie beautifies teeiarm, and Surrounding uie 300 ACRES of (RICH ARABLE LAN!» uuder Cultivation,
aibdivided into Couveuient->i/ed Field-.
TENDERS to ho addressed to the Undcr .igned.Jodged on ur befoic the l.ith DAY ol DECEMBER !NEXT, accompanied with Draft or Marked Cheque foran amount eijuive lant to 10 per cent, of the tender.
POSSESSION can he given up on the 1st |)AY ot JANUARY, 189S.
The lowest or any tender not noccssaiily accepted.
For further particulars applj -
uJY- F.s W. B. CLINCH, 'TÍO í \* '"'AUCTIONEER,
rîEliENA'VALE and GUILDFORD.
ABIES at Bartlctto's taken beautifully
TpORREST, EMANUEL AND CO.
(Late ALBS. FORREST AND CO.),
The Oldest Established Firm of Agents in the
LAND, STOCK, STATION, and GENERAL
Hold Auction Sales at Perth, Fiemantlc, Guild- ford, or any other part of the Colony as
LIBERAL ADVANCES given on all STOCK consigned to us for Sale.
Accounts Sales rendered and settled day of Sale if required.
FAT CATTLE and SHEEP always on hand.
Stock bought on Commission and forwarded to any part of the Colony.
WEEKLY SHIPMENTS of Extra Pr-me 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 Drafting and Salo Yards, within a mile of Fremantle.
ORIENT LINE OF STEAMERS *
ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD. *
COBB and CO.. LTD.
HIGHLY VALUABLE GRAZING
comprising 267,880 Acres of first-class Pastoral Land in one block, the whole oí which is fenced and subdivided into numerous pad- docks, together with 18,000 well-bred Sheep, 90 Mixed Cattle, !)G Horses, and a complete Station Plant.
FORREST, EMANUEL and CO. have re-
ceived instructions to Sell the above Pro- perty by Auction about the first week in JANUARY, 1898.
Full particulars will nppear in later issues, or may be had from auctioneers.
FOR SALE BY AUCTION.
ULGA DOAVNS STATION.
»Situated about 1G0 milos S.E. of Roebourne,
on the Fortesque River, to which it has a double-frontage of nearly 100 miles. Area -Close on 1,000,000 acres of magnificent grazing country. Watered by Fortesque River and 40 permanent wells. Improve- ments consist of about ISO miles good fencing. Stock comprises 18,000 mixed sheep and 300 head horses.
FORREST, EMANUEL and CO. have re- ceived instructions from the owner to Sell the above property by Auction early in January, 1898. Fuller particulars will appear in future issues, or may be had on application to the
MOUNT ' AUGUSTUS CATTLE
STATION FOR AUCTION SALE.
A SOUND INVESTMENT.
This well-known Property is situated on the Upper Lyons River, about 300 miles from Car- narvon, and comprises au area oE 403,660 Acres of magnificent fattening Land, capable of carrying 5,000 cattle.
The present stock consists of about 1,500 head oE well-bred Cattle, many of which are fat; also 70 head useful Horses, and Station
There is a comfortable Overseer's Cottage, Drafting Yards, etc.
FORREST, EMANUEL and CO. have re-
ceived instructions to Sell the above valu- able Station during the first week iii JANUARY, 1898.
Full particulars iu future issues.
FOR PRIVATE SALE.
00 PRIME AND WEIGHTY FAT
Now running in paddock close to Fremantle.
FORREST, EMANUEL and CO.'
UNDER DISTRAINT FOR RENT.
DRUMMOND and HOOPER
The BAILIFF will cause to he Sold on MON-
DAY, the 29th .day of November, 1897, unless the warrant lierai» be previously satisfied, the Goods and Chattels of the defendant, consisting of all the
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
Of the TempernnaTHotel, situate at the
corner of Wellington and Queen sts., including a Piano, about 100 Stretchers, 100 Austrian Chairs, Cutlery. Glass- ware, Plated Ware, Bed and Table Linen, etc., etc.
SALE at 11 A.M. SHARP.
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
BILLABALONG and BERIN STATIONS,
ON THE MURCHISON.
DALGETY & COMPANY, Limited, will offer
under instructions from Mr. A. DfcarrSTEB, Receiver in the Estate of Dempster and Miller, at their Oflices, Dalgety-st., Fre- mantle, on WEDNHSDAY, 15th DE- CEMBER, at noon, thi above well-kuown ST. A T I O N S,
100 ACRES FREEHOLD,
The following LEASEHOLDS :
C7/203, known of Balinoo . C9,000 67/525, Billabillong Homestead ... 32,150 G7/72« , " ... 14,500 G7/i:!7 " " ... 20,000 67/40U ., " ... 21,000 67/523 " ,, ... 20,000 67/524 " " ... 20,000
19G,G50 G7/528, Berin Homestead . 67/80G ., " . 67/527 " ., . 67/353 " '" . G7/529 " " . G7/494 " " . 67/284 ,.t " .
205,000 The improvements consist of well-built six roomud House, with outhouse attached, good stone shearing shed, wool press and drafting yards, about 100 miles fencing, 10 wells good
Stock comprises 7,000 mixed Sheep, 1,400 bend Cattle, and 100 head Horses.
The whole to be offered in one lot.
Terms and conditions at time of sale.
DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD.,
Slock and Station Agents, ' Fremantle.
25th November, 1697.
AUCTION SALE. NO RESERVE.
At 270 MURRAY-.STP.EKT, (he Marl.
CHAS. JORDAN will Sell by Auction, at his
mart, TO-DAY, at 2 o'clock,
PIANO (English make, good one) and
Betlsl cads, W ¡re Spring Mattresses
Lot Canvas Water Bags, Canvas Filters Butter Coolers (canvas). Tables, Lumps
Bamboo Scttei". lot Bootmaker's Sundries Three 300 candle-power Rochester Lamps
Kerosene Stove. Tubs, Saucepan!:, etc., etc.
At 2 o'clock. No Reserve.
And at Messrs. Cowan's, back of Shamrock Hotel, on TUESDAY Next, at It a.m., Carpen- ter-.'Benches, lot Cedar Timber. Door.-, etc., etc.
Auction Sales held at rooms on Monday, Wed- nesday aud Saturdav at 2 p.m. carh dav.
CHAS. JOEDAN, Auctioneer and House Agent, 270 Murray-street, near William-street.
At 2 o"Clack,
At the Rooms, Wellington-street (opposite
Perth Railway Station),
. OUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
Bedsteads, Bedding, Chairs, Tables.
Articles of all descriptions.
AVithout Rcäert e.
MONDAY. NOV. 29, AT 2 O'CLOCK.
A. A. ABBOTT has been instructed to Sell by
FURNITURE and EFFECTS-10 Tables
(plain and marble tops), Iron Bedsteads, Sofas.-Mangles, Flat Irons, Folding Chairs, Bedding, Garden Spriuklers, Lawn Mower, Hose, Carpenters' Tools, Saucepans, and a lot of Sundries, without reserve.
TJARTLETTO, new Photographer, 67 Hay
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 1.
At 11 a.m.
"GEEAT SALE of FASHIONABLE
B. C. WOOD & CO. have received instruc-
tions from S. H. PAUKER, Esq., Q.C., to Sell by Public Auction, at the Residence, Karrakatta Mia, St. George's-tciTacj, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, the whole of the New and Fashionable
Two very handsome Overmantels, walnut
frames, bevelled plates ; magnificent Ebonised Cabinet, Steel Fenders and Irons, very choice Tnnestry, Occa- sional Chairs and Armchairs, elegant fancy Cane Chairs. Bamboo Chairs, handsome Couch, three valuable Car- pets (Brussels), Bronze Pedestal (very choice). Chess Table, Occasional Tables, Oval Mirrors, handsome Vases," Ornaments, Brackets, Flower Bowls, Pictures, valuable Engravings, etc, Table Covers, Mats, Rugs, etc.
15 splendid Dining Chairs, in Leather;
magnificent Walnut Sideboard, 6ft.. mirror back: large Dining Table and Cover ; magnificent horizontal Grand Piano, by Rosenkranz ; Piano Stool, Music Cabinet, handsome Fonr-fold Screens. Brass Stand Lamps, Rochester Lamps : two magnificent artists' proof Engravings, '" The Roll Cull " and " Qiutrlre Bras ;" also, other valuable Pictures and Engravings; a mugni ficent lot of Glassware, all cn suite, consisting of tumblers, port and sherry glasses, chamnagues, liqueurs, jellies, custards, etc.; Jam and Preserve Dishes, Fancy Glassware, Dinner Ser- vices, Tea and Breakfast Services, Dessert Services. etc.; Cutlery, Electroware, comprising soup tureen and dishes, dessert forks and knives, table and dessert forks, table and dessert knives, table, dessert and tea spoons, carvers and forks; also, a quantity of Sterling Silver, handsome Dinner Wnggon, etc.
Consisting of Hall Tables, Chairs, Cur
taiup. Linoleum, Native Weapons, Mais, Rugs, etc.
Splendid Bedroom Suite (7 pieces),
Duchesse Pairs, M.T. Washstands, Chests Drawers, Double and SinTle Bedsteads, Wire and Kapok Mat- tresses, AVardrobes, Dressing Tnbles, Toilet Sets, Toilet Mirrors, Child's Cot and Bedding, Blankets. Quilts, etc.; Stiir Carpet and Rods, Lino- leums, Carpets, Mats, Eugs, etc.; Baths and Toiletware, splendid Kitchen Dresser, Meat Safes, Iron Trough, Wringer, Mangle, Bucket, Tubs, Saucepans, and Boiler., ; Crockery and Glassware, Scales and Weights, Ice- cream Freezer, Ice-chest, Garden Hose, Stable Implements. Garden Tools, etc.; Invalid'« Chair, Garden Seats, Cane Lounges, VerandahBlinds, etc.; Books and a large quantity of Sundries.
SALE AT 11 A.M.
Catalogues Monday. Refreshments.
IMPORrANT SALL Or CITY AND
C AVOOD A CO have received lustiuc t oiis to offei for biio by Public Auction, at thei Rooms, 5 )1 H ty street ou MON DAY Oth DLCEMBER, at S p m , the following
1 PART Or PERTH TOWN LOT W14
togethei with nil Building* with a front
a^e ot 99ft to Staling st by t depth of
lOofl on which are erecto 1 two well
1 mit Brick Houses one cont lining 11 looms, kitchen cellar bathroom and laundiv, coachhouse anti stables and the olhei containing 8 looms, kitchen launch j, bathroom and stables
2 PART SAVAN LOCATION624 Claiemont,
having a frontage to Perth Fremantle
road of lu7J links au 1 on which is built i six roomed AVeather boiid House, with ¡nige ujdeigiound tank This propertj is only a few minutes walk fiom the dinmont Railway Station
GREENMOUN1 SUB LOCA1ION No
149 opposite Railway Station at Smith a Mill containing 2S1 acics, substantially fenced A> acres of this property ire eleni el and planted with aoout 11,010 choice Gripe A mes (m bearing) and also a buje number of Trait lit.es lins land is well stilted foi sub dn îsiou, being near the P nlway Station and withiu casj distance oE Peí tli by rail
GRrCNMOÜ\T LOCA1ION l->9 con
taming 21i acre*, enclosed with wire fence lins property consists of nch
CANNING LOCATION 189 situated in
the Dailiu¿ Range and containing 10 nues The trees on this property are all ring barbed
G CANNING IOCATION 271 situate m the
Dalling lîmge enclosed with wire fence Tiees aro all ung barked
The above comm ise some of the best proper ties in the colony and oifei a splendid cuance
TERMS EASY SALE AT 3 P M
CFNTRAL CITY PROPERTY
TO MERCHAN1S, AVAREHOUSEMEN,
IMPOR1ERS, Ac, Ac
B C WOOD A CO aie instructed bj Messrs
MCLFAN BKOS t RIGG Ltd. to offer for SALE by Public Auction Al THEIR ROOMS -01 Haj =tieet on 1UESDAY 30th Noverabei inst the following
"VTALUABLL CITA. PROPERTILS No 1-PORTION Or PERTH TOWN LOT
Q 6 ln\m, a fionta"e of about 4Sft to Goderich sheet by a depth oE about 201ft Gin cont lining an area ot 35£ peiclies, to g»thei with the Stores and Waiehouses and otbn Buildings at present occupied bj Messrs McLean Bio A Rigg Ltd Ibis pioperty is well and centially situated withiu ibout t> chains of Bainck street, 10 chains of the Cential Railway Station, and 13 clnms of the town Hall and is well suited foi a wholesale oí îetail business Hie attention or w irehou»emeu and others is particnlaily duected to the ibove
No 2-POlvlION Oh PLR1H 10AVN LOT
Q 8 with a fiontue of about 70ft to Mackip sheet, bj a denth of about 114ft I his is i MC mt 1 lock, lud uljjius tue m ignilicent warehouso now in tour e of lonsti action foi Ales i« McLcin Bios «!e Ri"g Ltd 1 bis situ itiou is almost un equalled foi v>aieiou_e and c,enernl bnsi ness lequilemont bcny centrally situated an I li mugacce s to the i uli\uj station an! all pal(s ot the ii y and ilso a 14ft light ot «aj into A\ ellington street
S VXE A L 3 P Al
PRLLIMINAR1 \NNOUNCl AIEN1.
B C AAOOD t CO have received instructions
to Sell by Public Auction at Talbot Stirling stieet (icw doois fiom Mangles «treett on MOND W, 29th NOVEAIBER 1S97,
A Choice Lol of
HOUSEHOLD 1URNITURE and
Particulars in Monday s pipers
SALE Al 11 A M
IMPORTAN 1 S VT Li
THIS DA\ THIS DAY
HORSES HiBM SS BUGGIES
XV B GOLDON will Sell bv Pubh» Auction
at 11 o Clock
nbiVi AND ITGH1 HORSES
Superior Cab and Hi gjrj Hor-.es
Spnng Caits Dia\ bulkier Harness
Saddle» etc and _ Ladies Si le Saddle»
On inothei Account
1 Imported Cow with Cilf at foot (good
W B GORDON
W A. Stock Bazaar (opposite Rulway Station)
AEiriTTO-New stylea m Pnoto
fiiipbj. b7 Hay s»"
MESSRS. B. C. AVOOD & CO. have re-
ceived instructions from Mr. P. SEEria
soN, City Loan Office, Murray-st., to Sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 2nd, in the Metro- politan Auction Mart, Hay-st., at 11 o'clock, the
1897, February.-18ct. Ruby Ring, ISct. D. Curb C, Dia. C. Pin, 18ct. D. Ring.
March.-Barrel Organ, 14 K.O.F.K.G. 9ct. C, S.HJE.L. 4801C, Oct. Bracelet, ISct. K. Ring, G.T. Chain, ISct. D. Ring, 14 K.G.H.K.AAr. 4GS3J43. D. Case and Brooch, AV. Revolver, 15ct. Chain, ISct. D. Ring.
April.-Box containing Clothing, etc., 18ct. B. Ring, Pearl Pin, 9cfc. Chain and Pendant, D. Suit, B. Knife andDish, í-doz. S.T. Spoons, C pieces E.P. AVarc. 5 S.H.H.D. Ring, ISct. D. Ring, 9ct. S. Ring, ISct. D. and C. Ring, J-doz. Knives. Forks and Spoons, 3 Pearl R., 2 Brooches, AV. and D. Rinsr, O. Ring, D.S.C. and Vest, 18ct. AV. Ring, O.P.G. Geneva. S.H. Waltham 1740200, ISct. B. Ring, 2 G. Rings, G.S. Links. Spec. Pin. and S. Chain, 18ct. Bloodstone Ring, S.O.F.K. AValtham 5978327, 20in. Gladstone Bag and Contents, Brokeu Hill S. Brooch Mtd., Nugget P., 2 Greenstone Pen- dants, 15ct. Chain and Locket.
May- S.H.K. Chronograph 31721, ISct. W. and K. -Ring, Sapp. King, S.H. AValtbani G793373, 18et. W. Ring, Garnet and Pearl Brooch, S. Ring, A. and N. S.E. Revolver. Aneroid by Walker, lOct. O.F. AYaltham 2714285, Dia. Earrings, S. and F. S.E. Re- volver 84351, S.H.G. and S.C. 1S44S, R.G.K. Lever 7089269, S.H.E.L. 103402, 18ct. B. Ring, ISct. B. Ring and S.H.G. 44077, Metal D.H.G,, ^-doz. Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ladle and S. Spoons, S.H.E.L. 222923, 3 Dia. and O. Brooches. 4 H.H. Dia. Rings. DLi. and R. Rings, Dia. and O. Anchor Brooch, Sapp. Ear- rings, ldo.!. Knives. 4-doz. Spoons, Forks and N. Crackers, 18cr. Ring, 35et. Chain, Oct. Chain, S.H. Waltham, 4 G. Rings, O. Glasses, S.H.E.L. 184998, D.S. Chain, II. in H. Ring and Pendant, S.S. Dia. Ring, 15ct. D. Chain, S.H.R. 53103, S.H.E.L. Ï:!30SO, S. Chain, S.H.E.L. 127S06,15ct, S.S.O. Ring, 15ct. B. Ring.
June.-G. Ring with Qoartz, Oct. Bracelet, 2 G. Rings and Nugget Pin, 15ct. B. Ring, S.D.H.K.th 97796, 15ct. Ring with Nugget, G. Brooch, with Blister, 5 Rings, Nugget Pin, S. Locket, G. Mtd., 15ct. D. Chain and Locket, S.H.E.L. 70S10, Gent's A. Ring, R.G.K. Elgin 6567429, 3 18ct. Studs, 18K. G.A.K. Ascot Chronograph 32231, S.S. Dia. Ring, S.O.F.E.L. 10102,9ct. Chain with S. and C. Nugget Brooch. Mtd. Sov., S.E. Revolver and Cartridges, Grey Suit, S.H. AValtham
July.-3 S. Moonstone Ring. loci. Chain. S.H.E. 2 over 3992, P. Case and S. Matchbox, I. Macintosh, Premier Bicycle, Nugget Brooch, No. 4 Kodak, Dia. and Moon. Brooch, B. Bangle, G.B. Ring. B. Brooch and O. AVatch, S.H.K. AValtham 4654393, 9ct. H.M. Chain, OK. G.H.K. Lever 83539, S. Riñe, ISct. G.S. Ring, ISct. Curb Chain, licnt's IX and S. Bing, Dia. Brooch and Bangle, G.M. AVatch, Overcoat, S.H.E.L. 3956S, 2 W.U. Razors and M.H.K. AVatch. 18ct. C. Chain, R.G.K. AVal- tham 600fe!G. S. Purse, ISct. JJ. Ring, G. Bangle, S.H. Waltham 1899195, loct. S. Ring, 18K. G.H.L. 9732. G.D.L. Chain, 15ct. Ring B.R., AV. Ring, S.H.1Î. 26939 and S. Chain, G. Chain with Padlock, 15ct. Chain Bracelet, 15 D. Bens., Instrument in Box and 2 Rulers, loct. Brooch, Pris. Compilas, 5 S.H.H. Dia. Ring, D. and Opal Stud, ISct. W. Ring, Over- coats, O.K. AVatch and C, Carp. Tools in Box, Tweed Suit.
August.-Double Curb Chain and S. Locket, S.H.K. AValtham 4825S50, i-doz. Knives. 1 doz. Forks, i-doz. Spoons, i-doz. T. Spoons and Pr. Carvers, 9cl. G. Chain, Oct. S. Ring, 5 S.H.H. Dia. Ring, 15ct. Brooch with Birds, Overcoats, Gent's G. Riu<r, Dia. Eing and M. Ring, S.H.E.L. 30613, Cluster D.C. Pin, 2 G. Brooches, P. Brooch, D. Suit, B. Coat and Vest, AV. Ring, D.B. Brooch. G. Bangle, D. and Opal Pin, S.H.K. AValtham 4G54S04, S.O.F.R. 63811, 1SK. O.F.E.L. 10S95, ISct. TV. Ring. 15ct. Ring, loct. H. Pin, 15ct. Ring. C. and P.H. Brooch, 15ct. O. Brooch, Compost and O. Glasses, S.S. Din. Ring, S.O.F.K. 126422 and Sundry other Lots.
SALE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, ' METROPOLITAN AUCITON MART,
At Eleven o'clock.
MESSRS'. B. C. AVOOD & CO. have re-
ceived instructions from A. T. JONES & Co. (late P. Seeligson), City Loan Oflice, Barrack-street, to Seil by Auction on
THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 2ND,
At the Metropolitan Auction Mart, Hay-st.,at 11 o'clock, the following
November, 1896.-Pearl Cross, H.H. Dia. R.. H.H. Opal R., 5 St. Pearl li., 7 assorted Rings, 1 G. Bracelet, G. Brooch and Locket.
January, 1897.-H.H. Dia. Ring.
February.-G. Necklet and Locket, Set of Studs, 0 ct. Chain with Medal, Lady's G. Chain, O.F.G. AVatch 3848G and 1 pr. Ear-rings, 9 ct. Chain with Seal, S. Matchbox, S. Cigar Case, 1 Port, containing Dress Suit and O. Coat, G. Link Chain, G.O.F Lever 275S1, S.S. Dia. R. and G. Coiu, G. Brooch, Ring with Blister and Lady's 18ct. Geneva 45779'and Chain.
March.-Box Sextant. S.H, Lever 61068. Lady's l8 K.O.F. AVatch 11346, 1 pr. Field Glasses, O.P. Sil. AVatch 10605 and Chain.
April.-Lady' G. Locket, ISct. H.K. AVal tham 4350164 and 15ct. Curb Chain, 18ct. H. Lever 13001, S.H. Chronio 42458, ISct. Keepoi R., 1 pr. Solitaires with Ame v. and G. Bangle, 18ct. D. Curb Chain, ]5ct. Curb Chain, S.H. Lever 3114S, S.O.F Geneva 22400 ¡md Oct. Chain, R.G. Chain andR.G. AVatch 527-154, G. Ring Lizzie, S. Chain and l8 K. H.K. Geneva 51579. S.H. Roth. 7933, Sur. Aneroid by Fitz- patrick.
May.-Gent's 15ct. Ring with Ruby, loot. D. Curb Chain. Brooch with Nusget and Dr. Ring, ISct. Curb Chain, S.H. Lever 998S7 and Chain. 18ct. Lever 23330 and G. Chain, l.lct. Link Chain, 15ct. Curb Chain and Dia. Locket, ISct. D.H. Levor 8809t, G. Brooch with Cat's Eye, 5 Pearl Ring, 1 pr. G. Links and 9ct. Col. Stud, S. AVatch 20land G. Cable Chaiu, Lady's lOct. AValtham, 493759S and S. Chain, 9ct. Chain, Lady's Ox. AVatch in ouse, S.H. Ehr. Lever 223576, S.H. Lever 89390, S. Chain and AAredd. R., Nugget of 7dwt., Lady's S. AVatch 20204, 5 Mould Planes, Plough, Irou Plane, Brace and Cramp, S.O.F. AVatch 452775 and Pond, G.H. AA'atch 5391, G. Chain with Guinea. 1 pr. G. Links, 1 G. Stud, 1 Pearl, 1 Ruby and
1 Horse-shoe Pins.
June.-S.H.D. Lever 62992 and S. Chain. 2 G. Brooches, AVcdd. R., G. Necklet and Pend.,
S.S. Dia. Collar and do. Front Studs, S.H.' Lever 74405, 15ct. D. Curb Chain and S.S. Dia. Ring. Tw. Suit, Coat and Vest in Glad. Bag, G. Ring with Dia., Photo Lens, ISct. H.K. Lover 4740S, G. Buckle Bracelet with row oE Pearls. G. AVedd. Ring, Buckle Ring and Dr. R. withS Sapp. and 2 Dia., R.G. AValtham 707142Í Oct. Curb Chain, 18ct. Ring and S.O.F. Watch 2-1668, G. Bracelet with Horse- shoe, Lady's G. AVatch 78573.
July.-Louth. Dr. Case, AA'riling De3k, Um- brella, Walk.S., Scent. Bottle, Ostrich Feath., 1 Cloak, 1 Nursing Cloak, L. Jacket. Riding Boots and Tennis Racket. 15ct. Ring with Onj'x., G. Ring with Dog's Head, and do. with Opal. G. Ring (hands). Star Pin with Pearl and 8 Dias., G. Bangle with Amey., G. Brooch with Opal. H.H. Turquoise Ring, Weld. Ring, S.H. Lever 106929, G. Spec. Pin, R.G. AValtham 5575026, G. Niur. Pin, S. Chain and S. Lever 15143G, S. Lever 53260. G. Rope Patt. Chain, G. Chain (broken), R.G. AValtham 090-1196, Lady's lOct. AValtham 6302054. G. Mntd. Guard and Ring with Dias, S.S. Opal Ring. Lady's 9 K. Gen. !)1575 and G. Fob. 3 Dr. Rings, R.G. AA'aterbury AV., Nie. Comp. and S.H. Lever 151129, S.O.F. Lever 17879.
August.-S.H. Lever 2773b7 and S. Chain, G. Curb Chain and Medal, G. Dr. King with Ruby and 2 Dias, and G. Horseshoe Pin, G. Brooch with Blister and ISct. Keeper. G. Brooch and Locket, S.H. AA'atch 304533, half doz. Table Knives, 1 do/.. E.P. Dcs>. Forks and ii Table Forks. S.H. Lever GIO 3 over 4. R.G. AVatch 65U33S3 and Chain, S.U. Lever 18738S S.H. Roth. 15S9Í, G. AVcdd. Ring. G. Ring with Knot. G. AVedd. Rins. G. Links (J.M.), S.H. Lever 28055 and Locket with Dm.,Lady's 3 Dia. Ring, 6 bar. Auto Harp. G. Mttl. Blister Pend.. ISct. AVedd. liiiu. Hand Sew. Machine. 310443, G. Ring with Onyx.; Brooch with Sapp. and do. with Pick and Shovel. D. Link Chaiu, S.H. AValtham G197520. Chain Bangle. P. Banirle and G. Watch Chain, G. Curb Chain und"S.D.H. Lever 70721, Act. Chain, S.H. AVatch 04159. H.H. Dia. Rim», S.H. Lever 78713 and Chain. ladj's 14 K. Coh. 111621, l.adj's G. Fob, Safaty Bicycle 2S. 15ct. Curb Chain and Met. AA'atch, Dress Suit.
And Sundry other Lots.
ALBANY ROAD LOTS,
Ck 2 SPLENDID BUILDING ¿l LOTS,
Havini frontales to the main Albany
road (metalled), Gresham and Merton
RIGHT ON TOP OF TOE HILL.
F. A. THOMAS. 443 Hay-street, has been
favoured with instructions to Sell the above by Public Auction, at the Mechanics' Institute, on au earlj' date.
Plans in course of preparation.
TUESDAY", NOVEMBER 30TIT,
At 11 a.m.
B. C. WOOD and CO. have received instruc-
tions from the owner to Sell by Public Auction, on the 30TH INSTANT, at 165
Newcastle-street (third doojk from Palmer
ston-street), a Choice Lot or
OUSEHOLD FURÎATUEE AND
Handsome Piano, by Bord, Paris
Double and Single French Bedsteads
Bedding, Blankets j.
3 AVashstands (1 marble top)
3 Sets Toilet AA'are. Duches»e Chests AValnut Extension Dining Table Hand-carved and other Chairs
Couches, Linoleum, Fire Irons, Rags Occasional Tables, Kitchen Table Copper, Tubs
Glassware, Crockery, Cutlery Lamps, Kitchen Ware And Sundries.
SALE AT 11 A.M.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30,
AT THREE P.M.
IMMENSE SALE OF PROPERTY
MESSRS. R. B. PELL & CO.
Have received instructions from Mr. JOHN
SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL,
The whole of his
ALU ABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES
(SlTVATED AT KANOWNA)
TOAVN SECTION 9, corner of Isabella and
Larkin streets, on which is erected the Commodious and AA'olt-Furnished ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, having 13 bedrooms, 2 bars, 3 parlors, billiard-room (equipped with one of Alcock's best tables), large dining-room, kitchen, store-room and
The above Hotel is well furnished through- out, and has every requisite tor carrying on the large and extensive trade which it commands.
On the same Block, adjoining the Hotel, are
FIVE SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT SHOPS,
Let on Leases to good tenants, and bring- ing in a rental of -£14 per week. The premises are insured.
The above Hotel will bo sold as a going con- cern, and can bo recommended as a first-class investment, especially as the recent Great Gold Discoveries in this district are rapidly making Kanowna one of the most important and permanent Mining Centres in West Australia.
TOAVN SECTION 11, Golconda-stroet. on
which are erected TWO COMMODIOUS SHOPS, let to good tenants, and premises known as CASTIKAU'S STABLES. 'Hie whole bringing in a rental of Ü11 per
Coaches will leave R. B. PELL & CO.'S MART, Haunau-street, Kalgoorlie, with in- tending purchasers, al 12 noon on day of Sale,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30.
All particulars can be obtained from the Auctioneers.
H. D. PELL,
B. C. WOOD and CO. will offer for Sale by
Public Auction, at the Mechanics' In- stitute, Perth, on MONDAY and TUES- DAY, 6th and 7th DECEMBER,
A Very Large
Direct from Yokohama,
LACQUER WARE, &c, &a.
_Full Particulars Later._ QEVEN OAKS ! SEVEN OAKS 1
CANNINGTON ! CANNINGTON !
Road and Railway Frontages.
60 ACRES 60
EACH LOT ABOUT 1 ACRE.
SALE ON THE GROUND.
SALE ON THE GROUND.
CALL FOR PLANS.
B. C. WOOD and CO.,
TV. F. DIXON
Has received instructions to Sell by Public
ON TUESDAY", SOni INSTANT,
At 11 o'clock sharp,
POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE.
The owner, Mis. Christenson, is Leaving
for the Goldfield;,.
URNITURE AND "EEFECTS
Of an Eight-roomed House,
ON THE PREMISES at ARGYLE HOUSE,
CENTRAL HORSE BAZAAR.
AVELLINGTON-SXUEET. PERTH (oppo-
site Railwav Station).
THIS DAY. SATURDAY, NOV. 27th,
At li o'clock shai-p.
WEEKLY LITE STOCK FAIR
SALE BY AUCTION
HORSES, VEHICLES, HARNESS. &c, &c. ALBERT E. COCKRAM will have for Sale
by Public Auctiou. as above, a full j ard of Heavy and Medium Draught, Delivery and Buggy
O R S E
Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hacks, Phaeton
and Other Ponies.
Also, on Account ol' the Owner,
Two 'tvlish, vei. cheap and serviceable
LORRIt.S. TIMBER DK.VYS. SPRING
AWNS and CAMS, HOODED and other HUGO IIÍS.
HARNESS.-Thirty Sets New, Stylish
and Durable Buggy Harness, in the very latest design, anl totally un rcserted.
Several Prime DAIRY COAVS for Pri
ALBERT E. COCKRAM,
Central Horse Bazaar, Auctioneer, Estate and
General Commission Agent. Sales Conducted '1 hronsrhout AV.A.
R. T. HAGER, Auctioneer. Telephone 400.
EA V V. N & C 0.,
VALUATORS AND ARBITRATORS,
NO. 3, QUEEN'S CHAMBERS, 147
Until New Premises are Obtained.
Will conduct Out-door Sales, Arrange Arbi-
trations and A'aluations in Town or
REASONABLE TERMS AND PROMPT
Clients requiring our services are requested to give a few days' notice to avoid disappoint-
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30.
At 11 o'Clock Sharp.
On the Premises, "BURWOOD,"
Fire Doors from Lake-street.
RAVEN and CO. have been instructed to Sell,
AVithout Reserve, the whole of the Superior
EURNITJJRE and EFFECTS,
1 Sideboard, 1 veiy superior Large Chest of Drawers, 1 Duchesse Chest. 1 beautiful Marble Top AVashstand, verv h'andsomo Double Black and Gold Bedstead, 2 Tables, 8 A.B. Chairs. 1 Platform Rocker, 1 Cane Couch, 1 Spring Conch, large Meat Safe. 1 Hand Sowing Machine (nearly new), AVire Mattresses, 2 Kapok Bîds, Bolsters and Pillows, 3 Sets Toilet AVare, Fender and Irons, Carpet, Linoleum and Oilcloth (nearly new), 12-gallon Copper Boiler. Saucepans, Kettles, Fryingpans,
and all nccessarv Kitchen and other Utensils.
, PRELIMINARY NOTICE.
To Hotelkcepers, Boardinghouse-Keepera,
Storekeepers, and Others.
By Order of *Mrs. A. A. Musson.
RAVEN and CO. will Sell by Public Auction,
On the Premises,
SYDNEY COFFEE PALACE,
' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2,
At 11 o'Clock,
The whole of the
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and
Comprising all the Requisites for a well
appointed Hotel or Coffee Palace. Full particulars in future issue.
RAArEN aniíCO., Auctioneers. THIS DAA\ THIS DAY.
DRAPERY, DRAPERY, A-o.,
At the Shop,
No. 438 H A VT-STREET
(Late Leviathan Draperj- Company),
Near the Shamrock Hotel,
At 11 o'Clock,
ARTHUR SHORT has been favoured with in-
structions from D'Arcy Ford, Esq., to Sell as above, a large consignment of
D' R A ' P E R Y,
Irish Linen Table Damask, Table Covers,
Pillow Linen, Guipure and Art Curtains, Twilled and Cottem Linen, Quilts, Towels of all descriptions. Toilet Covers, White and Bleached Calico Handkerchiefs, Chairoere Shirt?. Tweed Suit Lengths, Men's All-Wool Pants, Ladies' Underwear. Serges, Coatings, Hosierj-, AA'atches)
Chains, Ac, Ac.
Absolutely without reserve as Mr. Ford is leaving the colony.
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION.
AT BLACK FLAG.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4,
At 2 o'Clock.
FOR ABSOLUTE SALE.
THE LADY BOUNTIFUL HOTEL,
THE LADY BOUNTIFUL HOTEL,
In the Insolvent Estate of A. S. Mandelstam.
(By order of the Official Receiver in
O. BUTLER. Auctioneer, Broad Arrow, has been instructed by the Official Re- ceiver in Bankruptcy to Sell by Public Auction, at Black Flag, on Saturday, December 4, at 2 o'clock (in the Insolvent Estate of A. S. Mandelstam),
THE LADY BOUNTIFUL HOTEL,
Erected on Allotment 20, corner Crown
and Bonntiful' Streets, and containing an area of lrood (more or less), con- taining 14 Rooms, Billiard - room, Stables, Outhouses, Ac,
QUANTITY OF GROCERIES, TIMBER,
As this property is for Absolute Sale, the Auctioneer would recommend anyone on the look out for a bargain to attend this sale. Any further particulars can be obtained on applica- tion to the Auctioneer or Constable P. Brown, Black Flag.
TERMS AT SALE.
NEXT WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1.
At the Rooms, 123 BARRACICSTUEKT, Next to
Bolger's (W.A. Open Call Room).
UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE
REALLY SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of
A BANKRUPT STOCK.
Removed from the Country for Convenience of
Sale, and which
MUST' BE SOLD.
AMSBERG, AVILTJAMS and CO. have re-
ceived instructions to Sell by Public Auc- tion, AVithout Reserve, one of the best
JEAVELLERJT EVER OFFERED to the
Public of Perth,
Comprising 400 Lots, and including
Gold and Silver Watches by standard
makers. Gold and Silver Pins and Rings, set in diamonds, rubies, orals, and othi-r precious stones: Gold and Silver Chains oE the very latest design and patterns, Bangles, Brooches, Ear- rings, Gold and Silver Studs and Links, Previous Stones of every description set in gold and silver ; also a l-cally splendid assortment of Electroplated
This lot comprises one of the best assort- ments of jewellery eve-r oft'eied by public auc- tion, and will be sold absolutely AVITHOUT
SALE NEXT WEDNESDAA' AFTERNOON,
On the Premises, 123 BARRACK-STREET,
N ext to Boiger's.
SALE AT 2.b0 P.M.
HE AUCTION SALE
Advertised to take place at Outiain street
Next Tuccd.ii, Noi oO, has been
UNAA'OiDVBLY POS1 PONED TILL
AMSBERG AV1LLI VMS 4, CO ,
0 YOU KNOW AMIERE TO LIVE :
AVell let ns tell you.
COTTESLOE BEiCHIS THE PLACE
To Duell m,
IS THE SPOT FOR YOUR HOUSE.
FOR MYNY REASONS,
It is til good Bml ling Lind
'Hie Lot-, ve i Convenant Size It is clo~e to the ''eile ich It is 1 f indi to t! c St ition
theStrtxts ire Tu o Cb uns Wide The Puces jon fi\ jourselves The Tenus .ne L isy
And it is the Healthiest Spot in W A.
COME TO THE AUCTION SALE,
ON rue GROUND.
FREE RAIL TICKET*. FREE LUNCHEON.
F A. THOMAS,
443 Hay-street Pcith,
R. G AVEBB, Fremantle,
Auctioneers (in conjunction). _ S S Jp VENA '-Being perfectly Hiked and
r\ lolled, each pirfc of the grim is at once exposed to the action of the w nter, when boiling, and it becomes peifectly digestible.
At 11 o'clock Sharp.
ON THE PREMISES, THE LMA, 40 MANGLES-ST. ,
CHAS. JORDAN has received instructions to
Sell, AVithout Reserve, the whole of the
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND
l8 A.B. Chairs, Large Dining~Table
IS AVire Stretchers and Bedding complete 6 Washstands and Toilet AA'arc, Mirrors
D reFsing Tables, Hall Table, Kitchen Table Shelving, Dining-room Carnet & Linoleum Stair Carpet and Oi'cloth, Hall Carpet
A Large Quantity Crockery and Glassware Cruets, Lamps. Tapestry and Lace Curtains Largo Boiler, S swing Machine.
NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH.
Auctioneer and Agent, 270 Murray-street.
PAINTERS wanted, piece work, seven
houses. Open till noon Monday. J. H. Bellion, Adelaide-street. Fremantle.
TENDERS will be received at the City Council office until noon on FRIDAY, 3rd DECEMBER, 1S97, for the following :
CARTING BLUESTONE from Station
yards to new roadway-about 6,733 cubic yards
SUPPLYING and LAYING CAPSTONE
KERBS and BOTTOMING at sides of new roadways-about 6,000 cubic yards.
Specifications may be seen and tender forms obtained at the City Engineer's office. Town
All tenders must be endorsed and addressed to His AVorship the Mayor.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H. E. PETHERICK,
Town Clerk. Town Hall. Perth,
TENDERS are invited and will be received
np till Noon on MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th, for the Erection and Completion of SCHOOL at Narra Tarra, near Geraldton.
Flans, Specifications and Conditions of Con- tract may be seen at the office of
WILKINSON & SMITH,
TENDERS Wanted (labour and material)
PLASTERING Three Rooms and Pas- sage. Apply on Job, Rokeby and Nicholson roads. Subiaco.
TENDERS wanted for PURCHASE and
REMOVAL of MATERIAL in Old Mechanics' Institute Buildings, Hay-street. Further particulars on site. Nicol, Summers
TILE LAYERS.-Tenders invited for LAY-
ING TILES at the New Arcade, labour
W. WOLF, Architect,
TO BUILDERS-Centre Flowers, Ven-
tilators and all kinds ornaments cheap. Jas. Lemon, 63 Eoe-street, Perth.
TEND E R S
Invited for ERECTION
TWO ERICK VILLA RESIDENCES,
For J. CORBETT, Esq.
No tender necessarily accepted.
HENDERSON & JEFFEEIS, A.R.I.B.A.,
Austral Chambers, Barraek-st., Perth;
Exchange Buildings, Cliff-st. Fremantle.
TENDERS will bo received up toi p.m. on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, for Pair of Serai-Delached VILLAS at Cottesloe for the Rev. T. E. Pritchett. Plans, etc., at my ofhee. No tender necessarily accepted. HOAVARD EVANS, Architect, Town Hall, Fremantle, November 27, 1S97.
B U I L D B Ii
TENDERS will be received until NOVEM- BER 27,1897, for BUILDING ADDITIONS at Fremantle for Messrs. Geo. P. Harris, Scarfe and Co.
Flans and specifications may be seen at their
No tender necessarily accepted.
M. F. CAVANAGH, A.R.I.B.A., and
J. C. CAAWNAGH,
Strelitz-buildines, Monalt-street, Fremantle,
Eagle Chambers, Perth.
rr\0~BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
TENDERS are invited until noon on Mon- day, November 29th, for the ERECTION of MILLING PREMISES and for a VILLA RESIDENCE at Guildford, for AV. Padbury, Esq.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the Architect.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted and no allowance made for any tender.
3. TALBOT HOBBS, F.R.V.I.A.,
St. George's Terrace,
B~U I L D E E S.
TENDERS are inviteduntil noon MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, for the erection of a BLOCK of OFFICES (three floors) in High-street, Fre- mantle, for AV. T. FOULKES, Esq.
Plans and specifications may be seen at my office, or at the office of Mr. G. G. Gibb, Fre- mantle.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- cepted,
, H. S. TEIGG, F.R.V.I.A.,
Trigg's Chambers, Barrack-street.
TI O BUILDERS.
Are invited until noon of
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6,
Of Two Pair of
Plans and specifications can be seen at my
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H. S. TRIGG, F.R.V.I.A.,
TRIGG'S CHAMBERS, BARRACK-ST.
npOWN OF NORTH FREMANTLE.
TENDERS, addressed to His AVorship the Mayor, will be received until 4 o'clock p.m. on AVEDNESDAY, Sth DECEMBER, 1897,
Construction of a Cement Bicycle Track
ou the North Fremantle Recreation Reserve.
Specifications can be seen and ali information obtained on application at the Council Cham- bers, John-street, North Fremantle.
E. S. POAVELL,
November 2Î, 1897._ TTfANTEDrPRfCE" for (.¡RUBBING and VV CLEARING GROUND, one mile from Cannington Railway >l tion. For par- ticulars apply LEVI GREEN, Ironmonger, Murray-street.
BR I G'G S and C O.,
LIME AND ; TONE MERCHANTS.
OFFICE : WELLINGTON-STREET.
QUARRIES : COTTESLOE.
We Can SUPPLY Best Quality BUILDING
MATERIALS at Lowest Current Rate3.
Cubic Building Stone ... At per Cubic Foot Sills and Lintels. At per Lineal Foot Ashlar . At per Suocr Foot Shoddies ....At per Cubic Yard Building Rubble. At per Cubic Yard Ri ad Rubble . At per Cubic Yard Screenings for Concrete... At per Cubic Yard Lime .At per Bag Cow Hair.At per Bag
Finest While Sand ... At per Truck.
BEST MACHINE BRICKS,
Are invited for
LIGHTING THE TOWN
The Tenderer to state price and full particulars
as to supply of 25 arc lamps and
250 INCANDESCENT LAMPS.
Particulars and applications must be in the Mayor's hands on 7th December, 1897.
GEO. H. NETHERCOTT,
Acting Town Clerk. ARCHITECTS and CONTRACTOR'S^
Expanded Metal Lathing, very lowest quotations given. Shipment now landing ex Celtic King and other shipments afloat. Hartle, Galt, Dunn and Co., Wilham-st.
RICKS ! BRICKS ! BRICKS
Best dry Pressed Bricks, in any quantity, at lowest prices. Coombe, Wood and Co.,
A E R A H TIMBEE.
The undersigned are prepared to supply orders for JARRAH TIMBER, any sizes and quantities, at exceptionally low rates. Prices on application.
ATKINS & LAW,
>RESTON JARRAH TIMBER MILLS,
TO CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS,
The Contract for the Miillewa-Cue^ Railway having been completed, tho undersigned are prepared to Execute Orders for the
SUPPLY OF JARRAH TIMBER
of all sizes and in any quantity as follows, viz.
FOR EXPORT-for Street Paving and
BUILDING TIMBER of all sizes.
FIXES and POLES up to 60ft. lengths.
For prices and other information apply at the
OFFICE - Lombard Chambers, ST. GEORGE'S-TERRACE ; or to SAXTON and BINNS, Timber Merchants, Douro-street
BAXTER & PRINCE,
PERTH MULLEWA and GERALDTON.
A RCHTTECTS AND-CONTRACTORS.
BRICKS FOR SALE. The Only Bricks in W.A.
Manufactured from Reef. The Best Value in'the Market at
24-3Iile Siding, Office, No. 3 Stirling-street,
AVhere Bulk Samples May be Seen,
_E.G. LACEY. _
A TLAS COMPANY of ENGINEERS, Mel r\. bourne.-Estimates given and contracts undertaken for Boring Plants, Windmills, Pumps, Engines, Boilers and Machinery of all descriptions. Agents for AVestern Australia : Davis, Hankinson and Co., 464 Hay-street,
Largest Stock in AV.A. of best
VITRIFIED STONEAAWRE PIPES.
All sizes at Lowest Prices.
AVILSON, GRAY & CO..
535 Hay-st., Perth, and High-st., Fremantle.
AVIS, HANKINSON & CO.
464 Hay-st., Perth.
Estimates given and Contracts undertaken to Bore for Artesian AVater, proving Coal Measures, etc.
CAVINIER, Practical AVell Sinker
? wells contracted for all oiders will receive prompt attention Addiess, Fremantle
EXPANDED^Ietaí-! atlnng makes Tiri*
moof AValls and Ceilings, iiov> umver sally used throughout Australasia Sole Agent for AVest Australia CHARLES DUNCKLEY, AMP Buildings, St George's Terrace Perth
OTICE of REMOVAL
W SALWAY FRIB A., London,
COLONIAL MUTUAL CHAMBERS,
b1 GEORGE S TERRACE 27th Novembei, 1897
I)E CHARLES HALL, Deceased, Late of
ii Fremantle, Pensioner
PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperml Parliament made and p.assel m the 22nd and 23rd years of the îeigu of Her present Majesty, chapter 3o, intituled "An Act to Further Amenl the Law of Property ind to Relieve I îaistees " (adopted by Local Ordinance 31
Viet No 8) notice is heiebv given that all creditors or other persons having any CLAIMS orDEAIANDS upon or a/ainst the Estate o£ the said CHARLES HALL, oE Fremantle, m the Colony of AVestein Australia (who died at Iremantlc aforesaid on the 29th day of bep teraber 1897, and probate of whose will was dalj granted by the Supreme Court to Matthew Lewis Moss, of Fremantle aforesaid solicitor, one of the executors therein named), are hereby required to send m writing particulars of their claims aud demands to the said executors on or before the2-frl day of Deccmbei, 1837, and notice is also hereby given that at the expira tion of the last mentioned date the «aid execu tor will distribute the issets of the «aid Charles Hall amongst the parties entit'ed thereto, having reg trd only to the claims anil demands which he shall li ive then had notice and the said executor w ill not bo liable for the issets of the sud Chares Hall, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to any pnison of who°e claim the said exccutoi has not 1 al notice at the time of such distribution
Dated tin 22nd day of November, 1897.
M L. MOÛS, Solicitor, High street, Fre-
IN the MAT1ER of THE COMPANIES
AC1 1893, and oE the MURCHISON Olli GOLD MINING COMPANY,
TAKL NO1 ICE tlvat three calendar months fiom ths date hereof the abovenaniedComp iny, îegistered in Loudon m Englind under the provisions of Ahe Companies Acts 1862 to 1893, WILL CE VSE to CARRY on BUS1NLSS at a Foreign Compauy in the colony of AVestern
Dated the 3rd dav of July, l817
PI LIX C COWLE,
Attorney in the Colony for the Liquidator
of above mentioned Company JAMES and DARBYSHIRE,
E THOMAS WILLIAMS, A DEBTOB NOTICE is hereby given that THOMAS AVILLIASIS of Hulongin Toodyay, neir Northam, Farmei, has, bj an indenture bear ing date the 24th day of August, 1897, assigned all his es'ule and effects to Messra C R Knight and James Bj field, as trustees for the benefit of lus ci editors, and all creditors ia the above estate are requested to send in an account ot then claims to Mr T A Meeres, Solicitor, Noi tliam, on or before the 30th day of Noveml ei inst at the expiration of which time the sold tiustoes will proece I to distribute the assets of the said debtor amongst the eredi tor3 entitled th»~cto haning regard only to those persons who si all h"\e given notice of ti eir el lins and demands Dited the 2 hal day o£ November 1897-IRE 1> A ALLERES, Northam, Solicitor to the trustee .
r.70 mRANSFER Or LAND ACT, 1893
lake Notice that GEORGE FREDERICK C.UERRU K oE Bu «elton gentleman has mule appl cation to be i entered as the pro nrietor of an estate m fee simple in po«B»ssion in the following parcel ot land, situate in the town of Busselton, md being
BUSSELTON SUBURBAN LOT 1
(containing 11 acres)
Bounded on the west by 12 chains 1 link of
AVest s'ieet, on the north bj 7 chains 33 links of Bu» oil sti eet on the east by the w est bonn lary of Suburban Lot 3 meosur ingl2chuns M links and on the south by part oí tie bank of the Vasse Estuary
And Further Take Notice that all persons other than the applicant claiming to have any estate right title or interest m the above parcel of land are hereby required to lodge in tlus office on or before the 18th day of Deccra bei next a caveat forbidding the sime from being brought under the operation of the Act
ALI RED L BURT
Registrar of Titles. Land Titles Office, Perth,
23rd Nov, 1897
PAPKER and PAEKBE, Perth, Applicant's
IEANSFER OF LAND ACT, 1893.
Take Notice that ROBERT CARTER, of Northam, gentleman, has made application to be registered as the proprietor of an estate in fee simple in possession in the following parcels of land, situate in the Town of Northam and being
NORTHAM TOWN LOTS 5, 6, 7 AND 8
(containing togethero acres 1 rood 21^perches) Bounded on the North-East by the South-
west boundary of Lot 9, measuring 8 chains 61 liuks ; on the South-East by t chains li links of Fitzgerald-terrace ; on the South-West by 9 chains of Charles street; and on the North-West by a lina 4 chains ol' 1-10 links in length parallel ta Fitzgerald-terrace and then by a line measuring 1 chain 55 7-10 links.
And further take notice that all persons other than the applicant claiming to have any estate, right, title or interest in the above parcels of land are hereby required to lodge in this office on or before the 18th day of December next, a caveat forbidding the same from being brought under the operation of the Act.
ALFRED E. BURT,
Registrar of Titles, Land Titles Office, Perth,
24th November. 1397.
MOORHEAD & NORTUMORE, Perth, Apple cant's Solicitors._^^^
THE SUPREME COURT OF AVESTERN AUSTRALIA,'
RE ARTHUR HARDING, of PERTH,
Wholesale Grocer, No. 103 of 1897.
TENDERS for the STOCK-IN-TEADE, OFFICE FITTINGS, BOOK DEBTS, &c, of the above-named Bankrupt will be received at my Office, and that of the Bankrupt, Murray» street, Perth, up to noon of AVEDNESDAY, the 1st DECEMBER, 1S97, in the following Lots, either Together or Separately :
Lot 1. Stock, consisting of General Merchan-
dise, .£1.810 15s. 9d.
Lot2. Book Debts: Good, .£1,746 l<fe.;
Doubtful, ^120 6s. 2d.; Bad, .£722 10s. Id. .£2,589 10s. 3d.
Lot 3. Office Furniture and Fittings, ¿B33 3s.
Lot 4. 145 Cords of cut, dry AVood, now
lying on J. A. Blow's Farm, 2£ miles from Guildford and 7 Cords in Station Yard, Guildford.
Stock Sheets and all information may be ob- tained at my office or at the office of the Bank- rupt, Murray-street, Perth. The nsnal 10 per cent, deposit conditions. T. BIRRELL GRAY, Trustee, Henry-street, Fremantle.
E MANASSEH HENRY JOHN
ABBOTT, late of Niagara, in the colony of AA'estern Australia. Miner, Deceased.
Pursuant to an Act of the Imperial Parlia- ment, made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of her present Majesty, Chapter 35, entitnled '* An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees " (adopted by Local Ordinance 31 Vic, No 8), NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon or against the Estate of MANASSEH HENRY JOHN ABBOTT, in the Colony of AVestern. Australia (who died at Niagara, in the Colony aforesaid, on the 23rd day of March, 1896, and Letters of Administration of whose Estate and Effects were duly granted by the Supreme Court to Henry R. England, of Perth, in the
colony aforesaid, bank manager), are hereby , lequircd to send in writing particulars of their Claims and Demands to the said Henry R. England on or before the 18th day of DECEM B ER, 1S97. And Notice is hereby also given that at the expiration of the last-mentioned date the said Henry It. England will distribute the assets of the said Manasseh Henry John Abbott amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the Claims and Demands of which he shall then have had notice. And tho said Henry R. England w ill not be liable for the assets of the said Manasseh Henry John Abbott, deceased, or any part thereof so uis tributcd to any person of whose claim the said Henry R. England has not had notice at the
time of such distribution.
Dated the 17th day of November. 1897.
JAMES and DARBYSHIRE,
St. George's Terrace, Perth, Solicitors for the said Henry R. England.
RE EDAVIN DOB NE Y,
PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperial Parliament, made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, Chapter 35, intitled "An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees " (adopted by Local Ordinance 31 Aric, No. 8), -NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon or against the Estate of EDWIN DOBNEY, late of Hay-street, Perth, in the colony of Western Australia, Accountant, deceased, intestate (who died at Hay-street, Perth, aforesaid, on the 31st day of July, 1897, and Letters of Administration of whose Estate aud Effects were duly granted by the Snpreme Court of AVestem Australia to the AVEST AUSTRALIAN TRU&TEE EXECUTOR, AND AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, of St. George's terrace, Perth) are hereby required to scud particulars in writing of their Claims and Demands to the Secretary of the said Company on or before the 13th day of December, 1897; and Notice is horeby also given that at the expiration of the last men- tioned date the said Corni any will distribute the Assets of the said Edwin Dobney amongst the parties entitled thereto, having.regard only to the Claims and Demands of which it shall then have had notice, and the said Company will not bo liable for the Assets of the said Edwin Dobney, deceased, or any part thereof so distribute! to any person of whose claim the said Company has not had notice at the time o£
Dated the 15th day of November, 1897.
HORGAN & PENNEFATHER, .
Solicitors for the said Company.
"Wines and Spirits.
QTANLEY BREWERY COMPANY, LTD.
MOUNT'S BAY ROAD.
THE DIRECTORS of the Stanley Brewery, Companv, Limited, beg to notify thoir CLIENTS and the PUBLIC generally, thai they have madcALTERATIONS in Ue MAN- AGEMENT of the B i eu ery, and have appointed Mi. J. BIBBINGTON, late of the W,A. Brew- ery Co., Limited, as manager. In future the business will be carried on under the direct supervision of Mr. Liddington, who is au expert
The Company having acquired the latest Bot- tling Plant will be in a position to supply ita Ales and Stout in bottle as well as bulk.
STANLEY BEEAVEBY CO.. LTD.
?1HATEAU TANUNDA BRANDY
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
A PURE GRAPE PRODUCT,
Distilled from specially selected Wines only;
Champion Prize, Melbourne Exhibition, 1893
beating 17 competitors.
AGENTS TOR W.A. : MILNE & CO.
ENCORE, ENCORE, ENCORE AVHISKY*
The Purest of Stimulants.
ROBERT CRAAVFORD AND CO.'S
Purveyors to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh)
RESERVED STOCK AND SPECIAL
FINEST OLD SCOTCH AVB3SKIES
Imported. Used everywhere.
Lilly's Buildings, Cliff-street, Fremantle.
THE LEADING BRAND.
PURE AND GOOD.
WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
GERMAN LAGER BEER,
Is to be Obtained at AU Leading Hotels.
And When Once Tasted You Will Have No
YENETIAN BLINDS mado to order and
painted in any colours at W. Zimpel'sj Furniture Factory, Hay-stieet, Perth._
"VTEW ARRIVALS and Old Residents con
.Li save money at Union Stores, Limited, in purchases of Bedsteads. Chairs, Mattresses, Furniture, Lamps, and Cutlery..