U.S.N. CO., LIMITED.
3TSSTSSTKAMP:E FOE THE EAST.
CARGO hooked through io Perth from any of the Eastern Colonie«. »
AU tickets interchangeable after the first, port with Ihc steamers of Adelaide S.S. Co.
Thn Company's Popular Passenger Steamers will Tjeavo Fremantle na under, circumstances pormitli¡.sr :- ^
The magnificent pas-
senger steamer PILBAERA
POETS, via MELBOURNE
At 10 am.
PAROO leaves Adelaide lBtli !inst.. and the Warooiiga^leaves-Melbourne 27th May for ?yVeslern^Austrnl1».
Special attention is directed to the Pilbarra's saloon accommodation on deck amidships.
Music Room. Smoking Eoo n. Tine Pro- menade Deck. Electric Light Throughout.
For fnll «articular* apply at Company's Offices, St. George's Terrace, Perth, or CliCf gtreot, Flemantle.
. - For ALBANY,
Ijif-,' MELBOUttNE, . ,- " , ' ^ And
S.S. GABO (4,000 Tons)
SAILS FOE ABOVE POETS
THIS DAY (Wednesday), 17lh INST.
At 4 p.m.
The GABO is one of the largest and fastest [steamers on the coast. Spacious promeuade decks. Luxurious accommodation for passen- gers in taloon and second cabin. Two berth s'a'erooms. Electric light throughout.
For PARTICULARS of PASSAGE MONEY
and J'REIGHTS APPLY OFFICES,
Cliff-street, Fremantle, and St. George's
terrace, Perth (Allau Deuchar, Agent).
.FROM EASTEEN COLONIES- i S.S. BUNINYONG leaves Adelaide 18th
inst. " " I
TheRoyat Mail Steamships of the OEIENT LINE leave ALBANY for LONDON, via Colombo, Naples, Marseilles, and Gibraltar.
FIRST AND SECOND SALOfN RATES
¿S35 to .670 ; ltetarn, £tiö to X110.
Tliild Class (including Railway Faio, Perth or Fremantle lo Albany), ¿CID 15s., X1? 17s. mid .Ül81£s. io London; 4îl41ds. to Naples. Passages fiom England can bo paid here.
LONDON TIA MARSEILLES
Fiibt and Second Saloon Passongors, Albany io London, can book io proceed via Marseilles tovérIànd,*nt the same foie as from Albany to*
London by sen.
For EASTERN COLONIES' On oi'about
OROYA. MAY l8, at 4 p.m. ORIENT, JUNE 1.
Full particulars fiom
FORREST, EMAN ÜEL, & CO., Perth ; JA3. LILLY & CO., Fremantle; or fiom
ORIENT STEAM NAV1UATTON CO.,
THOS. DAY. Branch Manager.
TOE P. AND O. S.N. COM-
PANY. ^frri'PVfl-f-'*3*' ""*"""-""
under contract with the Impeiial, New South Wales, Victoiiau, South Australian, and West Australian Governments, will despatch tlio fol- lowing STEAMERS FOE LONDON, calling at Albany, Colombo, Aden, Urindisi, Mhc Feules, Malta, Gibi altar, and Plymoirtli:
Himalaya ¡shannon Oce.ma
5545 bS98 4ÜC2 ¡»US 3525
Commander. .¡Lvs Albn'y
W. L. Brown fc\ J. Cole O. Stewait
Ï. S. Angus
I May 23 June 11 June 25 July 9
PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON. Fust Saloon, £10 ? t li ero aie a limited num bei of berths for which the charge is fiom ¿83 toXHHess. Second Saloon, £J5, £37, £40. Returiî Tickets, ¿2<S5 to ¿(¡110. Passage money ian be paul hcie tor passages from E.iglauil.
For EASTERN COLONIES .
The P. and O. Steamer SHANNON will leave Albany for the Eastern Colonies on 'iilURSDAY, MAY 25th. 1899. Passenger roust leave Perth by lail not later than wed- nesday, May 24th, J899.
Full particulars on application to
GEORGE SHENTON, Agent, Fremantle. K. C. SHENTON, & Co., Agehts, Perth.
0. V. T. HASSELL, & Co., Atfeuts, Albany.
A.S.N. CO., LTD., and . OCEAN S.S. CO.
The following high-chits Passenger Steamers (specially constiucted for the tiade) RUN at KEG ULAR FORTNIGHTLY INTERVALS between FREMANTLE and SINGAPORE, railing at all North-Wesl Ports :
S.S. Australmd¡l,091 tousjCapt. A. Mills
S.S. Kari akntta 2,091 tons S.S. Saladin . 1,999 tons S.S\ Sultan |3,OG0 ton
Capt. H. Talboys
Capt. H.A. Johnsen Capt. F. Pitts
Tassengeis booked through to London, con- necting nt Singapore w ith the P. and O. Mail
Fares.-Faloou, JEC2; Saloon to Singapore mid Second-class by P. and O. Steamer thence, ¿841 ; CiicnUr Tickets, available for return to Albany, or vice versa, X110 and X70.
i NEXT SAILINGS FROM FREMANTLE:
THURSDAY, £5th MAY", at 10 a.m.
Calling at Geialdtoii, Cnrnarvon Roads, Ash- burton Rondi, Cossack Roads, Broome, Derby,
Agents-K. C. SHENTON and CO., Perth.
For Freight or Passage apply
DALGETY and CO., Ltd.,
Fieinnutle und Perth.
All ACCOUNTS against the above Steamer must be rendered in TRIPLICATE lo the undersigned on or before THURSDAY, 18t!i, at 12 o'clock, otherwise they cannot be recog-
DALGETY and CO., Ltd.,
HUDDART, PARKER and CO. PRO
S.S. NEMESIS leaves Sydney 12lh May, Melbouine 19tli May, Adelaide 22ud Mny, tor Albany, Bunbury, ¿remantle, Gent'dton.
DALGETY and CO., LIMITED,
Perth and Fremantle.
TEAM TO BUNBURY AND VASSE.
. S.S.. CAMBRIA
SAirS THURSDAY AFT13RNOON,
Caiga received 'until noon Thursday, at No. 3 «heu. For iurther pal t'.culnrs apply bwau Hit cr Co., Fertli, o^
R. J. LYNN, Ficmantle. Peith Telephone, 244'j Fiemantle. 60S.
COMPANY, LTD. .»^A^y (Established 1875).
Xlie KO i'AL MAIL LINE, under Contract to
(Circ«ni=tnnce'! mid v. ealhe.T.01 milting).
For ALBANY. ADELAIDE. MELBOURNE,
(Two Ihronpli ster.meis weekly, Melbourne to
Sydney and Queensland).
Tlie magnificent mail, passenger, and cargo
steaircrs are intended to sail from Fremantle, as
jinder (carrying H.M. Hails for Eastern Colo-
S.S. MARLOO, 3.500 (&im), SATURDAY
NEXT, MAY 20lli. for Hunburvv Vasse, Albany, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydnev. S.S ADELAIDE, 2,000 (Lawrence), MAY 20.
J ho attention of passengers is dtnwn to ilia return to the W.A. tinde oE the .« oil-known passenger liner WOLLOWRA, sister sliip to S.S. MA1ÏLOO.
I'nsscî gers. booked by the Company's Steamers are allowed lo tiarel in the course of their lourney by steamers of A.Lf.S.N. Co.
PERTH.-Tin ough Bill of Lading issued to
and from Porth.
COASTAL ROYAL MATL LINE.
? Fortnightly lo N.W.
Geraldton ^ S.S. ALBANY, for Geraldton Sharks Hay
.Carnarvon fids Ashburton lids Cossack Hoads
, and all ports to Derby, on MAY 24.
'COLAC, MAY 17. for Gc
înldton (Carnarvon, Cos- sack, and Derby if suficicnt inducement).
CATTLE, COAL, STOCK, AND CARGO.
(Specially lilted for louie) :
AVeokly sailings from Sydney and Eastern ports.
TASMANIA TO W.A.-Steamer early.
COAL. COAL TRADE/COICE oh Hand FOB SALE, always. Steam, Smiths', and Smalls, LOWEST-BATES.
Apply FORREST,' EMANUEL and CO., Prince's Buildings, St. G edge's Terrace, Perth, Sub-Agents, telephone No. 29U : or ADELAIDE ¡STEAMSHIP CO., Limited, Clill-streefc. Fremantle. Telephone No. 528.
W. E. MOXON, Manager for W.A.
NGLIAN, . ANGLIAN, .*âaS5HE5û»- ANGLIAN.
This Favourite New Zealand Steamer
WILL POSITIVELY SAIL
"WEDNESDAY NEXT, 17tli MAY,
MELBOURNE and SYDNEY.
This Steamer has Commodious and Roomy Saloon Accommodation, and her Steerage Ac- commodation Surpasses any other in the Trade,
having Enclosed Cabins Amidships," with' Spring Mattresse3.
Cargo will bo received from Tuesday Noon to Wednesday Noon.
For Fares, etc., apply io
DALGETY & CO., LTD.,
> Perth and Fremantle.
"yiSITOES invited to inspect
Printers, Stationers, &c.
AND S and M cB OU G ALL,
LIMITE», ,- 1
LITHOGBAPHEBS, PBINTEBS, and
BUBBEB STAMP MATCHES and STEREO-
LATEST. DESIGNS IN PURSES, CAED
OASES AND LEATHER GOODS.
443 HAY-STREET, PERTH.
"C1 S. W I G G & SON.
* SOME GOOD NEW BOOKS :
The Two Magics, ly Henry James, 2s.
Gd. and.3 6 Fights for the Flag, by H. E. Fitcbell,
2s. 6d. and .3 0 Mary Gifford, M.B., by L. T. Meado ... G 0 The Laurel Walk, by Mrs. Molesworth,
2s. Gd. aud .3 The Bohemian Giris, by Florence Warden,
2s. 6d. and .3
The Romance of a Ñautcli Girl, by Mrs.
Frank Penny, 2s. Gd. and . 3 6 The Open Question, byE. Robins, 23. 6d.
and .'...3 6 The Admiral, by Douglas Sladen, 2s. Gd.
The Child of Pleasure, by Gabriels
D'Annunzio, 2s. Gd. and ... ... 3 G Domitia, by S. Baring* Gould, 2s. Gd. aud 3 G MordEm'ly,byH.PettBidge,2s.6d.and 3 G The Captive of Pekin, by Chas. Hannan,
2s. Gd. and .3 G Dicky Monteith, by Tom Gallon, 2s. Gd.
nnd .3 G
The Cost of Her Pride, by Mrs. Alex-
ander, 2s. Gd. nnd . ..3 6 In the Shadow of the Three, by Blanche
Tottenham, 2s. Gd. and . 3 A Quaker Maid, by Mrs. J. F. B. Firth,
2s. Gd. and .3 A Princess of Islam, by > J, W. Sherer,
2s. Gd. and .3 A Colonial Tramp : Travels and Adven-
tures in Australia and New Guinea.
2s. 6d. and .'. 3 The Unseen Hand, by Lawrence L.
Lynch, 2s. Gd. and . 3 6 I The Crucifixión of Phillip Strong, by C. '
M. Sheldon, Is. and. 1 6
Postage, Gd. extra each volume.
Lillywhite's and Wisden's Cricket An- ,
mutis, 1699, price Is. 3d. each, posted 1 G Year Book of Western Australia, 1S99,
complete with map ; a valuable book
for every colonist. Price Is., ported 1 3
E. S. WIGG & SON,
EÂËTLETTO makeä a Specialty^~CmTd
MENZIES LADY SHESEY G,M. CO.,
NOTICE is hereby given that all Share- holders iu the Menzies Lady Sherry G.M. Com- pany cm get their SHAKES TRANSFERRED on the Local Register, Jubilee Cha:ubei3, Perth, on or after this day. No ellis tvillba taken until shares are registered here. Fraiicis
ii. Passmore, Scc^ Perth,JIGth May, 18á9.
niHE"-QUEENSLAND MENZIEá" G.M. X CO., NO LIABILITY.
NOTICE is hereby given that all Share- holders in the Queensland Meas'es G.M. Co. eau get their SHARES TRANSFERRED on the JLOCAL REGISTER, Jubileo Chambers, Perth, on and after this d¿y.
FRANCIS H. PASSMORE, Sectary. ,
Perth, May 16,1839._ EVÉRYDODY of auy Standing is Photo I
graphed by Bartletto.
^V^JV1C ARN & CO. PROPRIE
£fgg£ TARY, LTD.
For "\ The fa3t nnd favourite pas-
senger sicamor ALBANY
COOLGARDIE (late BOTH-
(Capt. Chas. J. Nightingale,
SATURDAY, MAY 20.
The COOLGARDIE I1.13 spacious promen- ade decks and lai-ge and airy saloon berths. I Dining saloon on deck.
Cargo booked on a through bill oí lading fioiu E. colonies to Perth and delivered to con- signees at Melville Park Wharf.
S3 Wi'liam-slreet, Perth ;
MCILWRAITH, MCKACHARN & co.
AELETTTO, for High. Art Photography.
AMOA AND THE SOUTH SEA
Correspondence is invited from Men with Capital for India Rubber aud Cocoa Planting. Pearl Fi»hing, Mining, Fruit Canning, and Trading in Coral, Copra, Bêche-de-mer, Fibre, Cocoanut?, Tropicil Fruits, Turtle, Native Curloj, Samoan Postage Stamps, etc.
Also from Contractors for Piers, Jetties, Troperly, Timber, Electric Lighting, Tram- way, Telephones, Refrigerating and le: Plant, e'c.
ARTHUR NEWNES A*D CO., LTD.,
Enclosing a Cook'3 Circular Note or a Chique, Bank Cheque for £2, or a P.O.O. on Auck- land, N.Z., and in return every information will be given, together with Bank of Samoa notes of the MAKE ED FIRST ISSUE for 2S., 4S., 8s., and £1, which may be cashed throughout Australasia, as may be arranged. t
I U B L I C NOTICE.
In the Matter of the Aff.iirs of BROAD-
HURST, MACNEIL & CO., Guano Mer- chants, Abrolhos Islands ; the registered ve-scls Harriet Constance, lone, Neptune, and Zebra; i.nd in regard to my private affairs generally in Perth and Geialdton.
TAKE NOTICE that I have appointed Mr. WALTER JAMES COPE, Marine-terrace, Geraldton, as my due .aud lawful ATTORNEY duiing my absence from the colony.
F. C. BROADHURST,
Geraldton. May 10,1899.
(i~. » RUSSELL,
. PEODT/CK -MEECHANT
(Established in Perth six years.)
^^Thojuostrelinble esjablisjiment.for_nll Farm "Seeds "and Manures, at_cueap"èst ratés. Seed Potatoes, specially selected, guaranteed true to name, in any quantity. Always in stock Seed Oats, Wheat, Barley, Feed Oats, Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Maiz>, Table Potatoes and Onions, etc., etc. Trussed Hay and Straw always on hand. Telephone 483. 74 William-st. PATENTS AND TRADE, MARKS.
JOHN FAIRFAX CONIGRAVE,
Foreign Member of Chartered Institute of
5, 6, and 7 EAGLK CHAMBERS, HAY
Licensed Patent and-Trade Marks Agent.
PATENTS secured and TRADE MARES
registered all over the woild.
Full particulars ou enqniry at above nddress.
FOR SALE, Strong, Healthy Fruit Trees, Rooted Vines, Ornamental Ti ees and Roses. Intending planters should send in their orders early. For price and particulars apply to
C. HARPER and T. PRICE,
Woodbridge Nursery, Guildford.
"|_f AVE yon soca our Saw Window t Hand JOL Saws, Band Saws, Circular Saws, Tcnnon fcaw3, Panel Saws, Rip Saws, Crosscut Saws, Buck Sawb, Hack Saws, Compass Saws, Key- hole Saws, Table Saws. UuiouStores, Limited,
WARM BATH IN FIVE MINUTES, At Cost of Half-penny, bj u=ing the CHAMPION WATER HEATER. No Danger. A Child can work it.
W. J* BAWLING aud CO.,
242 William-street, Perth.
O R E N T!
CHEAP HOMES! NO INTEREST!
By Joining Ula
PERTH STARE-BOWKBTP SOCIETY.
The Registration of Ibis Society having been completed, new members can join ou very easy term; by applying to
T. S. CAREY,
Secretary, 120 William-street, Perth.
B S. HOBSON, Late of the Can lindon Hotel,
Is anxious to return home to Er.5I2.nl, and would bo pleas:d lo hear of nnyouo willi-ig to
assist her to do so.
Balcony House, 83 William-street.
"YfEGETABLE AND FRUIT MART,
Shipping Companies, Town and Country
Hotels, Restaurant and Boarding-Uouse KcoporB, Fruit and Vegetable Dealers, aud the Public Geneially.
DEAL WITH US, and SAVE MONEY.
FRESH DAILY from cur cwn Gardens.
No extra chaige for Packing.
Prompt Delivery to all Wliarve3 and Railway
ON YTK ana CO., G3 MARKET-STREET
(Opposite Holmes and Co., Butchers),
ILLIAM PADBURY, COLONIAL STORES, GUILDFORD.
The Best Hcn;3 for
FERTILISEES, SEED POTATOES, FARM
And GARDEN SEEDS.
Landing for the First Planting,
EARLY ROSE, EARLY VERMONT,
And BEAUTY HEBRON.
BONE DUST-THOMAS' PHOSPHATE,
" At Very, Low Rates for Cash.
Prices on Application.
AT O TICE OF B E M-u Vr A L. i> ; A. J. MOEEIS,
Tailor, Dyer and Cleaner,
has removed from 584 Hay-iircet
CG5 MnsitAT-STREET, 2 doors from City Hotel,
.where he will carry on business as usual.
Also Eokeby-road, Subiaco.
BABLES I augh, when Photog raphed by
_t_ HARRY CLARKE,
Engle Chambers, Perth,
Has on Sale-Pilsener Laser Beer, 50s. case ; also, Camus Frere Brandy, Dry and Square Gin, Champagne, COs. case ; Main Top To-' baeco, in 2 and 4oz. lins ; Foreign Cigars ;\ Khivnriuc Ceylon Tea, in 51b. boxes; Oil of . Lemons. All on spot.
Terms Cash. _
The Trade Supplied.
EAT CONTRACTORS to the TV .A
J. and D. CHESTER, '
ADELAIDE-STREUT, FREMANTLE ; also
at North Fremantle.
^TAE AVENA 5 T'A K AVENA
ROLLED OATMEAL. ROLLED OATMEAL.
BEST BREAKFAST FOOD.
EOLLED Steel Joists, cu=, tis hplaled, etc.
large stocks ; Girders built to any specification; Cement (English and German). Sole Agents-Trinidad, Bitumen, and Aspbal tum Bampconrae. Cast Iron Columns and Structural Work generally. Fire Bricks nnd Clay, Bar Iron and Steel, Angles, Channels, Tees, etc.. Wood and Steel Revolving Shutters, Double Pressed Bricks (any pattern), G.C. Iron, C.I. Guttering and Downpipe. Builders and Contractors Material generally.
J. BABEfe! JOHNSTON and CO.,
J" J. ASHMAN, Wholesale Tinsmith and
158 BAEEAUK-ST., PERTH.
5in. O.G. Guttering, Gft. lengths, lid.; 4?.in. do., lOid.; 4iri., lOd. Ridge Caps, 12in. (Oft. lengths) Hid.; I4in. do.. Is. lid.; 16iu. do., Is. 4d.; 18m. do., Is. Gi. Down Pipes, 2in.,9d.; 2iin, 10d.; 3in., Is. BATHS, tit't., no frame re- quired, ¿Bl. Meat Safes and Butter Coolers, Cheapest in Town. GAS and WATER LAID ON._ "VX/" J. BAWLING and CO.,
242 WILLIAM-STREET, PEETH,
Are now prepared to do
GALVANIZING FOB eTHE TEADE. I
"¡l/TANUFACTURES DE ROYAL
FRENCH PD COESET3.
These Celebrated .Corsets are absolutely Without Rival, and occupy the PREMIER Position in the Corset trade throughout the World. They have been awarded 10 GOLD MEDALS and DIPLOMES D'HONNEUR, and wherever exhibited have obtained the Highest Honours. At-the lost International Exhibition
in Paris, 1889, the PD CORSET gained the , Highest Possible Award.
Obtainable from all leading Drapar?.
Beware of Imitations, and see that all Corsets bear the Manufacturer's Trade Mark on band
Sole Agents for Australia: BOESDORFF & CO.,
FLINDERS-LANE, MELBOURNE, . BARRACK-STREET, SYDNEY,
HOSIERY and CORSET WAREHOUSEMEN
Sole Importers of the Well-known
STEELING (¿2) SANITARY BRAND
Represented in W.A. by F. D;'-SEWELL and CO., 457 Hay-atreet. Perth. _ _
LOUR. FLOUR. FLOUR. FLOUR.
HARRISON and Co., Port Adelaide, Al
Kangaroo Brand. Also
BEUNTON and Co., Melbourne and Sydney,
Victory and Royal Patent Roller Flour.
At Lowest Current Rates. Bran, Pollard, Wheat. Sole Agent,
Eagle Chambers, Perth. Telephone 1034.
NTEKNATloNAL PATENTS OFFICE.
PATENTS OBTAINED and TRADE
All Colonies and Countries. Engineering speci-
fications and drawings preuarod. Circular
i o» warded any address.
'? I N S T O NE AND C~a . Crokc-street, Fremantle,
Of Tanks, Ovcng, Gutter, Ridge, Pipe and
Special Line of IRON FIRE-PLACE and OVEN combined, require no masonry. F. I. and Co. guarantee satisfaction. Send for our Price Lise. F. INSTONE & CO.
"DËAEY~and CO~ COOPERS.
Makers of Cyanide and Chloriuation Vats, Amalgamating Barrels, and all Mining Requi- sites; Brewers' and Vincgrowers' Vats nnd Casks, Spirit Kegs, Churns, Chessa Vals, Tal- low Casks, and all Butchers" Requisites. , AU orders.executed on the shortest notice.
ED G W I C K, "LIMITED,
120 WlLLIAM-STRBET, MELBOURNE-ROAD
Oil, Colour, Plate, Sheet, and Fancy
Glass Bevollers, Silvorèrs, and Embossers.
Tenders given for Plate and Sheet Glass
Electrical Engineers and Contractors.
Telephone No. 391.
"lyrOTICE TO CREDITORS.
RE JOHN CHARLES HORSEY JAMES,
PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperial Parliament, made and passed m the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign oE Her present Majesty, Chapter C5, intitule'l " An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property aud to Relieve Trustees" (adopted by Local Ordi nanc3, 31 Victoria, No. 8) : NOTICE is hereby given that all Créditors and other persons haviug any CLAIMS or DEMANDS npou or against the Estate of JOHN CHARLES HORSEY JAMliS, late of Perlh, in the' colony of Western Australia, Commissioner of Titles, decided, who died at Perth aforesaid on the 3rd day of February, 1S99, and Letters of Administration (with Will aunexed) of whose Estate and Ejects were, on the 10th day of March, 1899, granted by the Supreme Court of the said colony lo the West Australian Trustee, Executor, and Açency Company, Limited, of St. Gcorge's-terr.ica, Perth, duly appointed by the Court to act during the absence of George Leake, of Perth, solicitor, the sole surviviug Executor in the said Will named, are hereby required to SEND in writing PARTICULARS of their Claims or Demands to the said West Auíúralian Trustee, Executor, and Agency Company, Limited,vat their odice, situate in St. Goorge's-terracc, Perth, on or before the 18tU day of Mny next; and Notice is 'hereby given that, at the expiration of the laat mentioned date, Ike said West Australian Trasteo, Excîutor, and Agency Company, Limited, will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Joan Charles Horsey James amongst the parties entitled thereto, havin» regard only to Ihs Claim3 of which the said West Ans Ira! i m Trustee, Executor, and Agency Company, Limited, lias then had Lotice, and that the said West Australian Tinstcs, Kxccntjr, and Agency Company will not be liable for the Assets, or any part thereof so distributed, to auy person oE whose Claim the said Wrst Australian Trustee, Executor, and Agency Company, Limited, had not had notice at the time of the distribution.
Dated this 17th day of April, 1SD3.
GEORGE LEAKE '& CO.,
Cotl--'lor3 for the said Weat Australian Trustee,
Exc:utor, and Agcucy Compauy, Limited, St. Gcorge's-tcrruce, Perth.
rpim " PROVOST.1:-A perfect blend cf
E CATHERINE McRAE, DECEASED.
PURSUANT to an Act of the Imperial Parliament made and passed in tho 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, Chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Liw oE Property and lo relieve Trustees " (adopted by Local Ordinance 31 Victoria, No. 8) : Notice Í3 hereby given that any persons having any CLAIM or DEMANDS against the Estate of CATHERINE MCRAE, late of Gooseberry Hill, in the colony of Western Australia, widow, deceased (who died at Gooseberry Hill aforesaid on the ISth March, 1S93, and probate of whose estate was granted by the Supreme Court of Western Australia to Catherine 'Royse, of Dunedin, in the colony of New Zea'and) are hereby required to SEND in writing PARTICULARS of their claims and demands to R. W. PENNEFATHER, of Barrack-street, Perth, Solicitor for the said Executrix, on or before the 21st day oE MAY, 1899. And notice is bereby given that at the' expiration of the last mentioned date the said Executrix will dis- tribute the assets of the said Catherine McRre, deceaied, amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall have had notice, and the saVl Executrix will not be liable for the assets of the said Cntberiiic McRae, deceased, or any part ' thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whoso claim the said Executrix shall not have had notice at tho lime of such distri- bution.
Dated the 21st April, 1899.
B. W. PENNEFATHER,
Solicitor for the said Executrix,
_ PURSUANT to an Act of tho Imperial Pnr linment, made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reigu 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 Vic, No. 8) : Notico is hereby given that all Claims or Demands upon or nguinst the Estate of WILLIAM CAMERON, late of Perth, in the colony of Western Australia (who died at Perth aforesaid on the 24th day of March, 1899. and Probate of whoso Will was duly granted by the Supreme Court to Edmund Gilyard Lacey and Ewen Alexan 1er Wisdom,' both of Perth, in the said colony, gentlemen, the Executors named therein), are hereby required to SliND in writing PARTICULARS of their CLAIMS and DEMANDS ta the said Edmund Gilyard Lacey and Ewen Alexander Wisdom, at the office of Messrs. Stone and Burt, of Hay street. Perth, solicitera, on or before tlis Gth day of June, 1899. And notica is hereby also given that at the expiration of the last mentioned date the said Executors will dis- tribute the Af=s"ts of the said William Cameron,
deceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto, I having regard only to the Claims and Demands of which he shall then have had notice. And fie said Executors will not be liable for the Assets of the said William Cameron, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed, to any person of whose Claim the raid Executors have not had notice at the lime of such distribution.
Date I this 5th day of May, 1899.
STONE & BURT,
Solicitors for the said Kxeculors.
PURSUANT to an Order oE the Supreme
Court of the colony oE Western Aus- tralia, made in the matter of the Estate of FREDERICK GATWOOD, deceased; and in action wherein MADELIN ii FAITH GAT- WOOD, CHARLES EDWARD GAT WOOD, PERCY BYKON GATWOOD, and MARY HOPE GATWOOD, Infants, by Thomas Wall Hardwick, their next friend, arc Plantiffs, and ANNIE HENRIQUES (formerly Annie Gat wood), the Administratrix of'tho Estate oE Frederick Gatwood. deceased, and EDMUND GILYARD LA CE Y are Defendants (G. 11 of 1899), the Creditors of Frederick Gatwood, late of-Perth, in the said colony, licensed victualler, who died on the 31st day of July,
lS?.í,4tte^on, ot.J¿efoxfl..SATUEDAY, the-Ss4 day of June, JS99, to SEND by post (prepaid) to Messrs. Stone and Burt, of 308 Hay-street, Perth, solicitors for the above-named Plaintiffs (the infant children of the deceased), their Christian aud surnames, addresses, and de- scriptions, the full PARTICULARS of their CLAIMS, a statement of their accounts, and the nature of the securities (¡E any) held by them, or in default thereof they will be per- emptorily excluded from the benefit o£ the said
Every Creditor holding any security is to produce the same'before the Master oE the Suoreme Court, at his Chambers, Supreme Courthouse, Perth, on FRIDAY, the 9th day of June, 1899, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, being the time appointed for adjudicating on
Dated this 2nd day o£ May, 1899.
GEO. A. CLIFTON,
Acting Master. STONE & BURT,
Solicitors for the Plaintiffs.
CE TO CREDITORS.
RE WILLIAM SEAGO SAVAGE,
PURSUANT to an Act oE the Imperial Parliament, 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 Loc.il Ordinance, 31 Vict.i No. 8) NOTICE IS HKBEBY GIVEN that all Persons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS upou or against the Estate of WILLIAM SÜAGO SAVAGE, deceased, late of Peak Hill, in the colony of Wester« Australia (who died at Peak Hill on the 17th day of December, 1893, and probate of whose jwill was duly granted by the Supreme Court of Western Australia lo Margaret Savage, the Executrix named in the said Will), are hereby required to tend in writing Particulars of their Claims and Demands to the said Margaret Savage, at the office of Messr3. George Leake and Co., Solicitors, St. George's-terrace, Perth, on or before the 20th day oí May, 1899. And notice is hereby also given that at the expiration of the last-mentioned date the said Margaret Savage will distribute the assets of the said William Scago Savage, deceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice : and the said Margaret Savage will not he liable -for the assets of the said William Seago Savage, deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whoäe claim the said Margaret Savage has not had notice at the time of such distribution.
Dated this 15th day of April, 1899.
GEORGE LEAKE and CO.,
Solicitors for the said Executrix,
St. George's-terrace, Perth.
N the MATTER of the LEGAL PRACTI-
TIONERS ACT, 1893, and IN THE MATTER of FRANCIS CADELL GARRICK, of Fremantle.
NOTICE is hereby given Ibfct FRANCIS CADELL GARRICK, of the Hotel Aus- tralia, East Fiemantlc, late of 17 Breechin Place, South Kensington, London, a barrister at-law of tho Iuuer Temple, England, and a barrister-at-law of -the Supreme Court of Judicature of Jamaica, intends to apply to the Full Court ou tho 16th of May, 1899, or so soon thereafter as counsel can be iieard, for admis- sion as a Practitioner of the Supremo Court of Western Australia. Any person who desires to object to the admission of the applicant, may do so himself or by counsel after lodging at the Supreme Court seven days before the date appointe.l a written notice stating the grounds of such objection.
Dated the 14th day of April, 1899,
WALTER A. GALE,
Secret .ry of the Barristers' Board.
[N the MATTER of the LEGAL PRAC-
TITIONERS ACT, and in tile Matter of CHARLES TOWNSEND RUSSELL,
Notice is hereby given that CHARLES TOWNSEND RUSSELL, of Perth, late of Sydney, in the colony of New South Wales, a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, intends to APPLY to the Full Court 'on the Rilli day o£ May, 1899, or so soon there- after as Counsel can be beard, for ADMIS- SION as a PRACTITIONER of the Supreme
Court of Western Australia.
Any person who desires to object to the admission of the applicant may do so himself cr by Counsel after lodging at the Supreme Court seven days before the date appointed a written notice stating the grounds of such
Dated this 14th diy of April, 1399.
WALTER A. GALE, '
Secretary of tbe-Barristers' Board.
ADIES' Granville Bicycle's, £10 10a; \jj u^ten^torcSjLju^çd.FreKiiviiUç. ¿
BLAKE'S STEAM PUMPS for all pur-
poses in stock. Sole Agents for Western
J. BAREE JOHNSTON and CO..
!. reman tie.
AVIS, , HANKINSON and CO.,
Machinery and Manufacturers' Agents,
Contracts undertaken for boring to any depth, or in any position, for artesian water, proving coal measures, or gold bearing reefs,
RED. METTERS and CO., Ornamental
and General Ironfonnders, Engineers, Coppersmiths, etc. Columns, Frieze Brackets, Panel*, and all kinds of Bnildexs' Ironwork. Quotations given. Catalogues free on applica- tion. Showroom : Corner Hay and William sts., Perth. _ _ _ _ _
T> E R T H CITY C"OU~N CIL.
TENDEFS will be received at the City Council office until noon on MONDAY, 22nd INST., for the following :
HIRE of HORSE, DRAY, and DRIVER
(Single and Double).
Specifications may be seen and lender forms obtained at the City Engineer's Office, Town
AU tenders must be endorsed and addressed to His Worship the Mayor.
The lowest or any tender not necessaiily accepted.
Town Hall, Perth, May 1C, 1893._
ICHARD . HONEY. LION . TIMBER
A large assor tment of Timber and Building Material. Jairah Scantling, Boards, Doors, Sashes, Mouldings Skirting, Stringy Bark, Gal. Iron, -Baltic Lining and Boards, etc., at
Branch : W. B. BIRCH and CO., High-st.,
rr\HE BANKRUPTCY ACT AMENDMENT
JL ACT, 1S98.
TENDERS addressed to the undersigned will be received up till 3 o'clock iii Ike after- noon of FRIDAY, the 26th day of MAY, 1899, ior All Thomas Greig's RIGHT, TTThE and INTEREST- in the CONTRACT for the ERECTION of the HOTEL WINDSOR, Pouth Perth, for Mr. Strickland, and All Moneys Payable in connection therewith.
Particulars eau be seen at tlie Office of Mr. S. H. Mann, Accountant, McNeil Chambers, Barrack-street, Perth.
A deposit of X10 percent, must accompany oacli tender.
The lozesfc or any tender not necessarily nccepted.
- S. H. MANN,
Trustee T. Greig's Estate. Perth, May 35,1893.
WANTED, PRICE for ERECTING Two Roomed WEATHERBOARD COTTAGB, labour only, at Cottesloe Beach. 1' or i natiiu lars, etc., apply betwse i 12.39 and 1 o'clock
H. J. PHILLIP.-?,
Care J. and W. Bateman,
E N D E R S. TENDERS are invited for Twelve Per- formers for Charity Fete Cycling Sports, Asso- ciation Ground, Queen's Birthday.
Tenders close TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 9 pm.
Further particulars on application.
A. S. GORDON, Manager,
TENDERS given by BARNETT BROS.,
491 Hay-street, Pnth,
Plata and Sheet Glass, Tiles,
Metal Lathing, Hay ward's Pavement. Lights _ Iron Staircases, Lead Lights.
Largo Stocks Ready for Immediate Delivery.
BARNETT BROS. Telephone. 1152.
rrVENDERS are INVITED until Noon of A MONDAY, M/vY 22,
ERECTION of a BRICK COTTAGE, In Clivcrstreot. for W. R. Dick, Esq.
Plans and Specifications to be seen at the office of the architect; deposit 'X10. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accapted.
A. OSWALD WILSON, Architect,
Victoria Chambers, Hny-st., Perth.
rïï E " N - D ~ ~E ~ E S
Are tnviled for Hie EEECTION
STONE BUNGALOW RESIDENCE,
Plans and Specifications can be seen at the
H. J. PEOCKTEB, A.R.V.I.A.,
JENDERS wanted tor FLOOELAYING
" Corner Pier and Murray streets.
rr\ENDERS wanted lor IRONWORK of
JL Front Gates at Citadel, Pier-street. Apply on building.
The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.
Lost and Found.
AM Going to Fremantle Town Hall Concert
To-night. Art Union Ticket admits. Drawing for prizes, next Wednesday.
EOUND. Gold Padlock, off a bracelet. Apply
Gillhooley, Adelaide Café. Hay-st.
LOST, about 3.30 p.m. on May 15th,
between Garden, Newcastle, and Fitz- gerald streets, a
BROWN LEATHER HANDBAG,
COLLECTING BOOK and STATIONERY, The properly of the Citizsns' Life Assuraaes Company, Limited.
The finder, on returning aanie to the Com- pany's offices, corner of Hay and Barrack streets, Perth, will be suitably rewarded.
E. P. KIRBY,
L ° s
One PONY, Chestnut Mare, branded, near shoulder, G.O., wilh short rope on neck, and short tail, from Radcliffe Escate, near Guild- ford^ Also One Bay PONY, branded like aM conjoined on near shoulder, from Grove Farm, before Christmas. Any person will receive X1 reward on returning the same to Mr. 1<\
WAITE, Short-st" Victoria Park._ i*|" OST, a Gold Curb Bangle, 'in city, reward. JLi Apply Crossley's Cafe, Barrack-street,
~D UNNING in my paddock, at the Swan, £Xi one Bay Horse, ngel, about 14 hands, star in forehead, near hind foot white, hrandod something like DAR on naT shoulder, shod all
rouud and collar marked.
Care W. B. Wood,
' Guildford. Guildford, May 15, 1S93.
i?5 REWARD.-LOST, from mills, near cS/ Dardanup, 3rd inst.. Terrier DOG (Navvy), black curly hair, chest and leg3 grey, stump tail. Detainer prosecuted. W. G. Pres- ton, Canning Jarrah Co., Dardanup.
Ï"REMANTLB Town Hall, Charity Fete
- Concert To-night. Admission by Art Union Tickets. Drawing for prizes, Queen's Birthday.
A PRELIMINARY MEETING of MANU-
FACTURERS of Perth and Fremantle will bo held at Jacoby'» Hotel, Muiray-street, Perth, at 8 o'clock an Friday Evening Next. Mr. W. J. George, M.L.A.. will preside. Business : To consider the advisability of hold- ing on Annual Conference oE Manufacturers and to establish a permanent Chamber of Manniacturers in W.A. \
J. PHAIR, Secretary pro tem.
A SPECIAL MEETING of Members will be held ai De B.aun's Palace Hole!, WEDNES- DAY, 17ih May, 1899, at 7.30 p.m.
Intending Members are cordially invited to
F. H. MENDOZA,
* Hon. Seo.
At 8 o'clock.
PERTH TOWN HALL.
Pathetic Comedy Drama, in two Acts,
Milky White . Mr. Tom Cannam Archie Good ... ». Mr. Alfred Robinson Dick Duggs ... ... Mr. Arthur Beck Rude Boy ...Miss Ethel Worth Annie While .Mira Edith Sawde.i Mrs. Saddrip. Miss C. Heinhockel
MUSICAL PROGRAMME. - 1. Musical Sketch. Miss Isabel Reid (in character). 2. Duet, " Oh, that we two were Maying," Miss Emily Hudson and Mr. W. McQueen. 3. Song, '' Pilgrim of Love."' Mr. " Fred. Smitli. 4. Violin Solo, Miss Wardle. 5. Song. ** Promise of Life." Miss Emily Hudson. 6. Piano Solo (Vielle Chanson), Mr. C. W. Rändle. 7. Song, " A World Between," Miss Elsie Dietrich. 8. Duet. " Home to Our Mountains, '. Miss Curtis Reid and Mr. F. Smith. 9. Recitation, " Eugene Aram's Dream" (by special request),
Mr. Tom Cannam.
Admission Is., Gallery Gd. Tickets Nichol- son's. C. HEIN BOC KEL, Manager.
rnHE VICTORIA INSTITUTE AND X INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR THE
SECOND ANNUAL MEETING,
At S o'clock.
Queen's Hall, Wiliiam-st.,
Chairman... Very Rev. DEAN GOLDSMITH,
Chairman's Addras3.Very Eev. Dean
Song, Selected.Mr. F. H. Mendoza Song, " Wind in the Trees ".Mrs. Aitken Pianofoite Selection.M133 Ada Willotia 0 (a) Ç Resolve 7 ' Mi« Kathleen faon» (b) ¿All Souls Day ) Liddelow
Song, *' Sleep On, Dear Love ".Mr. Ide Sons', " Home, Sweet Home " . Madame Buck Song, " Bid Me lo Love ". . Miss Louiso Tremere Legge Violin Oblígalo by Mr. Frei Parson*.
Song, Selociei.Miss Amy Otiaway Song, '* The River of Years ". . Mr. J. Ernest Andrew Song, '* Sunshine and Rain " .
. Miss Hilda Harman Song, '" Caller Herrin' " .Madam Buck Sou,,', " Lifâ of My Life ". .Mr. Norman Malcolm Song, Selected.Miss Agnes Dumsday
" God Save the Queen."
Musical Director ... W. Ernst Crjms.
Accompanist . Mrs. A. G. Bushell.
HEDLEY T. NICHOLLS, See. -
RONISCH PIANOS I
JUST LANDED, ANOTHER SHIPMENT
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT, CASH
Write for Catalogues. Sole Agents,
: .-NICHOLSON & CO., *
"VriCTORIA HALL, FREMANTLE.
THIS EVENING, THIS EVENING,
WEEKLY POPULAR CONCERT.
DANCING, SONGS, TABLEAUX.
ADMISSION ._..._SIXPENCE. PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BA~LL.
The ANNUAL BALL o£ the
SWAN BOWLING and TENNIS CLUB
will bo held in the
On FRIDAY, 26th. May.
The Ball opens at 8.30 p.m. Special Retnrn Tram for Perth and Fremantle. Children's Carnival the next night.
DANCING. - Miss Hiliirty's dusses for
Instruction in Dancing (afternoon and evening) re-forming in Perth, Guildford, Cot- tesloe Beach, and Fremantle. Particulars at Nicholson's or Girls' High School, Perth.
Fine Collection of WILD ANIMALS, Lions, Tigers, Bears, Llama, Huanaco, Door, Buffido, Pythons, etc. Lions fed half-post three.
Frequent Ferry Service from Barrack-street.
Refreshments obtainable in the Gardens.
Open Week Days 10 to 6, Sundays 2 to 6,
Tents, Seats, and Free Hot Water for Picnic. Parties._ AM Going to Fremantle 'Town Hall Con-
cert To-night. Art Union Tickeb admits. Drawing for prizes, next Wednesday.
ET. A. BASAN, Financial Commission
. Agent, 23 Arcade Chambers, corner of Barrack and Hay streets ; Money available, on application, from ¿3 to ¿Bl,000 on all classes of Security. Loans Negotiated.
"E Ñ~R~Y S~E"E L I G S O N, ENRY SEELIGSON,
BARRACK and MURRAY STREETS
(Over C. H. Henderson, Ironmonger),
MONEY ADVANCED From £5 lo .£10,000,
On DEEDS, FURNITURE, and all Classes of
TRADE and PRIVATE BILLS DIS
Posi'ivcly Below Current Ratea.
_Strictest Secrecy Assured._
IF You want MONEY in small or moderately
laree. sums, QUICKLY and WITHOUT TROUBLE, apply BOX 112, G.P.O*., Perth. All communications strictly confidential.
Tl/j~ONEY advanced lo any amount oa all JLIJL kinds of Merchandise. Valuable3 kept in Fire and Burglar Proof Safes. All transac- tions strictly confidential. W.A. Mont de Piela Co., 275 Murray-street, live doors from William sheet. J. Masel, Manager.
MONEY.-SUMS to LEND on FREE-
HOLD, Peith nnd Fremantle, ¿150, ¿200, ¿300, ¿COO to ¿2,000, from Gi per cent. F, EDGCUMBE, Manager Swan Land Agency Co., William-st., Perlh.
MONÏY WLËNITUPON MORTGAGE,
From ¿10 upwards.
Apply ALFRED AXON,
No. 10 First Floor, Eagle Chambers,
New Premises, 203 and 205 Muriay-slreet (next door' to Bickford's Furniture Arcade). ADVANCES MONEY to any "Amount on Securities oE every kind-Jewellery, Pinto, Pianos, Diamonds, Bicycles, Title Doeds, Saving Bank Deposit Receipts, etc. Goods kept m Milner's Burglar Proof hales. All transactions strictly confidential.
TRUST MONEY TO LEND.
¿200, ¿300, ¿500 and ¿700.
H. S. GOMME,
Arcade Chambers, Perth.
WANTED TO BORROW ¿100 on good
Freehold Security. W. See, Post Office, Aberdeen-street.
-IREMOENE THEATRE. Lc-sees ;.. ... E. Jones and E. Lawrence. Treasurer . ' ... Mr- Herb. Loel.
JONES and LAWRENCE'S VAUDEVILLE
EVERY ITEM FEliSH.
EVERY ITEM NEW
EVERY ITEM SPARKLING
Ia our Grand
24lh 24lh 24th
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
Iu3tantaneous Success of our new Serio Carnie,
MISS TOTTIE LORNE,
Together with our own Populnr Favourites
I Considered Funnier than our last farcical
PRICES AS USUAL-2s., Is.
Box Plan open all day._
SOCIETY OF ARTS.
ANNUAL SKETCH EXHIBITION.
HAMBURG CHAMBERS, ' .
MAY 17 to JUNE 10 Inclusive.
Lady Forrest lias kindly consented to give an
"' At Home " by invitation in lieu of the Oreuing Ceremouy one afternoon.
Open Every Afternoon and Evening,
Admission Is., including a chance in Art Union of the Pictures exhibited.
Special Musical Saturday Nights.
Tickets at principal Stationers, etc., and at Wigg and Son's, Hay-street.
D. B. HhDDEEWICK,
rp H E A T It E ROYAL.
OLDEN DAYS in BRITAIN,
DEAN of PEETH,
TUESDAY, MAY 23rd,
At 8 p.m.
Dress Circle and Orchestral Slaîl3, 2s.; Stalls
and Amphitheatre, Is.
JIT. GEORGE'S CATHEDRAL.
MR. D'ARCY - IEVINE,
THIS AFTERNOON, at 5 O'CLOCK.
Prelude and Fugue in C minor... (Mendelssohn)
Prayer in F \ . (Gnilmant)
Andante con moto j
Larghetto (Oeuvre posthume), for
strings and organ.(Gounod) Sketch, " Daybreak " ... ^. (Spinney) Marche Solennelle . -... (Gounod)
-jyrAY FAUi. ' MAY FAUt.
MAY FAIR SALE of GD7TS and AMUSE
In connection with
CHARLES-STREET WESLEY CHURCH,
-- " WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY"; "
MAY 17 and l8.
Music, Competitions in Reciting, Spelling, and
Also, Series oE Irish Lantern Views oE_ Dublin,
Giant's Causeway, Connemarra, Killarney, i etc.,
By Rev. W. R. POOLE,
In Large Chnrch at S TO-NIGHT.
WEST AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE
GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MEETING,
WESLEY CHURCH, at 3 p.m..
Speakers: Revs. G. E. Rowe and A. W. Bray,
and F. J. Illingworth, M.L.A.
Soloists and Reciters in Further Announce-
Annual Meeting, Christian Chapel, Lake-street,
Queen's Hall, Anniversary Night.
Birthday Party, by lnvitation Only,
W. A. SMITH,
7 Robinson-avenue, Perth. TT71REMANTLE TOWN HALL.
TO-NIGHT i TO-NIGHT I '
Under the Auspices of the Perth Charity Fete.
Musical Director, Mr. R. D'Arcy-Irvinc.
Admission': Dress Circle, 2s.; All Other Parts,
Is.; or by Art Union Tickets.
Note.-A ticket giving a chanca lo win th» Ronisch Piano or the other valuable prizes will be presented to everyone paying at the door.
Drawing for ri-jz:3, Wednesday Next, at
Cycling Sports, Association Ground.
HAREY BEOWN, Hon. Seo. i A. S. GORDON, Manager.
MELVILLE ParkFerry Service.-Steamers
run bstween Melville Park Jetty, Bazaar- ' terrace, and Canning Bridge, as under;-Week Days-Leave Perth: 7, 10,-11.30 a.m., 2.30 4.30, 5.30, 8 p.m. Leave Applecross : 8.15,11. 12 a.m., 3, 5, 6, 9.50 p.m.' Leave Canning Bridge Hotel: 7.45, 10.35 a.m., 12.20, 3.20,: C.20, 10.15 p.m. Leave Coüee Point : 7.55, . 10.40 a.m., 12.25, 3.25, 6.25 p.m. Arrive' Perth : 8.45,11.30 a.m., 12.55, 3.55, 5.30,6.55, 10.45p.m. On Wednesdays and Saturdays a boat leaves Perth for Applecross at 11 p.m., return- . ing 11.30 p.m. Sundays and Public Holidays Leaves Perth: *7,10,11,12 a.m., 2, 3, 4, 5.8
p.m. Leave Applecross; 8.15,10.30, 11.30a.m., ' 12.30, 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5.30, 9.50 p.m. Leave ; Canning Bridge Holel : 7.45,10.50, 11.50 a.m., 12.50,2.50,3.50,4.50, 5.50, 10.15 p.m. Leave Cottee Point: 7.55, 11, 12 a.m., 1, 3,4,5,6 p.m. Arrive Perth : 8.45, 11.30 a.m., 12.30, 1.30, 3.30, 4.30. 5.30, 6.30, 10.45. *.'i'his boat does not run on Sundays. Fare3 for the round trip, la.; Children, 6d.
}7»REMANTLE Eowing Clul).-Steamer
- VENUS will convey Members, Ladies, aud Excursionists to Association Regatta and back, May 24. Tickets from bon. Sec, MARK CORONEL, Tannatt Chambers, Fremantle.
ERE C. VON HARTMANN.
QUARTER BEGINS FIRST LESSON
Concert To-night. Admission by Art Union Tickets. Drawing for prizes, Queen's Birthday.
IEDEEAL PALACE HOTEL,
Close to steamers, stations, und centre oE city.
Tariff-Rooms from. 2s. to 10s. pe.r day.
Meals Is. nnd 2s. Cd.
Boarders, 30s. to £'i 10s. par weak.
Write for Specinl Terms for Families. Electric
Light in Every Room.
TVTEWCASTLE CLUB HOTEL,
. NEWCASTLE and LAKE STREETS.
W. SIMONS, for many years proprietor of Select House, wishes lo notify to his mau/ friends thal he has taken the above Hotel, and hopes to meet thom-there. Pluuseand Shower Baths, _ Billiard Room, Quoit Ground. ' The Healthiest Position ia Perth. Ponnane.-.t Boarders Specially Catered for. TarifE to suit.
WINDSOR HOTEL, Mcnds-streel, South
Perth, near Zoo.-Within 7 minutes
reach oE Perth. Magnificent position. Visitors and travellers receive the best of at- tention. Quarter-hour ferry service daily.