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Auctions. I

SUMMARY OF AUCTIONS. :

TIIIS DAY.

< B. C. Wood mid Co.-jewellery, etc., at 498

' Hny-slicet; 11 a.m.

Raven and Co.-Furniture, etc., at tha City

Mi-rt; Hain.

W.U. Griidon-TOO i:igs, at Stirling-street';

2 p.m.

S. C. Wiigl.niii.-BaiHÜ's Sale, at Higi-street,

Frcmnntle; 2 p.m.

VT. Hooper.-Horses, otc.', at Wellington-st.; t r 2.R0i»,m.

Dee- ui'oer 15- A msbcrp. Williams and Co.

1 owls. Dueles, etc.; 2.30 p.m.' .

December lo'.-B. C. Wood mid Co'.-Con-

ti .ictoi'i. Plant, at Subiaco ; 2.30 p.m.

Di colliboi 1C -B. < '. Wood and Co.-Land

and Houses, at tin; rooms ; 8 p.m.

Decpmber IG -Learmonth and Co.-Freehold

Piopeitios, nt the Madrid Restaurant, Froiunnt'e ; 8 p.m.

December 19.-Anisberg, Williams and Co.

Six Magnificent Pianos; 2.30 p.m.

December 20 -Harry Wilson and Co.-Boats,

btoik-m-trndc, etc., at North Fremantle;

3 15 p.m.

December 20.-Forrest, Emanuel and Co.-700

Primo Fat Sheep, at Guildford ; 2.45 p.m.

December 22.-J. Haseldon.-Stock-in-trade

' and Plant of Geraldton Brewery, at the

Masonic Hall, Geraldton ; 8 p.m.

CONNOR, D'OHERTY AND DURACK,,

Limited, .

AUCTIONEERS.

LAND, STOCK and STATION AGENTS,

WOOL aub PRODUCE SALESMEN,

COAL MERCHANTS.

OFFICES :-MOUATT-STREET, FltBKANTLir. STORES:-BoCKINQHAM-nOAD " SALE YARDS :-Williak-st. " SALE YARDS:-Goildïobd..

TELEPHONES: Fremantle Office.;

. 575 , F. Connor, Private Residence ..

. 619

D. J. Doherty "

. 22 * Perth Office

1 456

Skin Store, Rockingham-road ..

. 873 Slaughter Yard, Robh's Jetty .,

. 673

w

KSTRALIAN WALLSEND COLLIE

COAL.

CONNOR, DOHERTY, and DURACK,

lIMITED, AGENTS. . . ' ' '

Orden Taken for Quantities not lesa than

One Truck.

To be had Retail from all the Leading

Wood Yards in Fremantle.

Contracts Made with Large Consumers.

rpHE WOOL, HIDE and SKIN BOOM.

'Hie recent great riso in London and tho Eastern Colonies will again show those growers of wool, who sold their wool to travelling dealers and jobbers the great mistake they made in doing so. Connor, ;? Doherty and Durack, Ltd., starled their Wool, Hide and Skin Business in order to assist wool growers, butchers and other producers to secure fair market prices for their produce, and it is generally concedod that they have benefited the community largely. Hides are worth double the price which the butchers were get- ting for them three years ago, and the hide jobbers now rcnliso that they have to pay fair values. Tho sheepskin market is again higher, and will go higher still. Dealers bara made immenso profits during the past 12 menths. Consign direc to Connor, Doherty and Durack, the pioneers of the legitimate Wool, Hides and Skin broking Trade'in 'Western Australia, and have your interests protected. _

HORSES.

THIS DAY ! THIS DAY !

At 11.30 a.m.,

At Thompson's Yaras, Fremantle,

CONNOR, DOHERTY, and DURACK,

Ltd., liaving ípceived instructions will Sell

GOOD USEFUL- HORSES,

2

CONNOR, DOHERTY, and DURACK, Ltd.,

Auctioneers,

_FREMANTLE.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1899,

At 3.15 p.m.

HARRY WILiON aud CO. (under instruc-

tions from the proprietor, Mr. J. C. Btjt BON) will Sell by Public Auction on Wed- nesday, 20th day of December hist., at Butsou's well-known Uoat-sbed, Bruce Town, North Pitman tie, '

Absolutely the Whole of the

BOATS, STOCK-IN-TRADE, SHED,

Etc., Etc.

Also,

U'he EQUITY of REDEMPTION of the

Whole of the .REAL ESTATE

* Belonging to the Vendor. The property consists of

vl. Sub. Lot b3 of North Fremantle Town

Lot 25, Vol. xxxviii., Fo. 99. Upon this Lot stands the Jioat-shed, two Cottages und outbuildings, and the land runs through from tha river to

John-street.

2. Lots 82, 83, 87, 88, 89, SO, 91 and 92 of

Sub. Sec. 27 of Swan Loc. 34, Vol. exxxvi., Fo. l18."

3. Lot 15 of North Fremantle Town Lot,

P. 19, Vol. cxlii., Fo. 85. Upon this lund stauus a well-built W.B. Cottage. 4- Lots 9 and 10 of North Fremantle Lot,

P. bo, Vol. eli., Fo. 166.

The attention of boat-builuers and others is particularly drawn to this sale.

Buyers can inspect and obtain all information from Mr. J. C. Butson, on the premises.

Terms, particulars aud conditions of sale may be inspected at the offices of Air. William Love grove, Fremantle, solicitor for the vendor, and Messrs. Moss and Barsden, solicitors, Henry atreet, Fremantle.

PIGS. PIGS.

AT INTERCOLONIAL STOCK COM-

PANY'S YARDS,

Stirling-street, Perth,

THIS DAY, THIS DAY.

At 2 o'clock,

50 PIGS, 150 PIGS, 150 PIGS, ' Mixed Afai.

_W. B. GORDON, Auctioneer._

FAT SHEEP! FAT SHEEP!

. FAT SHEEP!

AUCTION SALE at GUILDFORD

on

WEDNESDAY, 20th. INST.,

at 2.15 p.m.

rjOO PRIME FAT SHEEP,

from Local Paddocks.

FORREST, EMANUEL and CO.,

Auctioneers. - ,

JL C u 1 N U H,

i

JJ1.

Auctioneer,

Land, Stock, and General Commission Agent,

Helena Vale and Guildford.

Town Properties always on hand; also, Ira

provi"* f?»d Fnimpreved'ÏWwt

Auctions.

THIS DAY. THIS DAY."

CLEARING SALE! CLEARIN« SALE !

IMMENSE SALE OF JEWELLERY.

B. C. WOOD and CO.

Have Received Instructions from Mr. S. Kaban

TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION

At No. 493 Hay-street, Perth .

(Late Nesbit and Jerger),

The Whole of the Magnificent

QTOCK-IN-TRADE OF JEWELLERY O AND ELECTROWARE,

Comprising

Ladies' and Gents' Watches Ladies' and Gents' Riugs

Diamond Goods, Ladies' and Gents'-Chains Alberts, Muff Chains, Necklets, etc. Bracelets, Chain Bracelets 18ct. Gold Repeaters

Magnificent collection of Electroplated

Goods

Silver Jewellery, etc., etc.

SALE 11 O'CLOCK.

TO CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS

nud OTHERS.

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

tions to Sell by Public Auction on the Ground, Bagot-ioail. Subiaoo, on SATUR- DAY, ICth DECEMBER, a large quan- tity of

BUILDERS' and CONTRACTORS'

PLA!. .' and MATERIAL,

Consisting of

Oregon Pine Scantling Blue Gum Buttocks

Scaffold Planks and Poles, Ladders

?Down Pipe, Hoop Iron, Door Frame3 Carpenters' Beuche», Monldii'gs Skirting, Mortar Boards

Wire Netting, seven Wheelbarrows Pulley Blocks, i orrugated Iron 310 Scaffold Ropes, Sashes

Venetian Red Painti

Lnrge Quantity Wire Nails Mantelpieces, Lamps

Morticing Machine, etc., etc., etc.

SALE 2 30 P.M.

MORTGAGEE'S SALE of VALUABLE

FREEHOLD PROPERTIES.

PERTH and FREMANTLE SUBURBAN

LOTS.

LEARMONTH and CO. will offer for Sale, by

i'ublio Auction, at the Madrid Restaurant, High-street, Fremantle, on SATURDAY, the 16th day of DECEMBER Instant, at 8 o'clock p.m., tho following

1REEHOLD PROPERTIES.

F

1. AU those pieces of Land being Lois 26 and

27 of Swan Location 306, each lot haying a

frontage of 100.7 links to the Panton Poiut-rond, containing, together half an

acre, and beiug the subject of Certificate of Title Volume XVDI., Folio 29. ,

2. Also, all those pieces of Land being Lots 28

and 29 of Swan Location 306, each lot having a froatnge ot 100.7 links to the Preston Point-road, containing together 2 roods 8 perches, and being the subjeot of Certificate of Title Volume X11., Fodo 303. Also, all those pieces of Land contain-

ing in tho aggregate two acres 39 perches, and being Lots 153, 154, 155 and 156 of Swan Locations 330, K2 and 12. Plan deposited, No. 37, each lot having a frontage of 113 I nks to Ihe Preston Point road, Lots 153 and 155 having additional f rontagesof 461 links io Pier-street and 531 links to Fraser-streat respectively, and beiug the subjict of Certificate ot Title Volume CV., Folio 41

4. And also one undivided moiety of and in all

thoso pieces of Land coutuiuing in the aggregate 1 rood 10 8-10 porches, being Lots l8, 20 and 21 ot Perth Town Lot x 39. Pinn deposited, No. HW. each lot having a frontage of 50 links to Samson-street, und being the subject of Certificate of Title Volume CXXVill., Folio 184, and im- provements consisting of-One brick build- ing, on which is euri ii d on the business of a steam laundry > including manager's resi- dence) and office. The buildings are well and faithfully constructed, the outside wulla being 14 inches brickwork. The laundry contains eight rooms and the resi- dence five rooms. There are outbuildings, consisting of a coachhouse and stable, 66 feet in longth.

Terms : Twenty-five per cent, cash, balance two, four ami six mouths, with 6 per cent,

interest added.

Further particulars, conditions of sale and ' plaiis of land can be obtained and inspected at

the offices of the auctioneers, Western Aus- tralian Bauk-cham'-ers, High-street, Fremantle, nud Moss andBarsden, solicitors, Henry-street,

Fremantle.

THIS DAY ! THIS DAY !

RAVEN aud CO. will Sell by Auction nfc tho

City Mart, \\ illiam-street, at 11 o'clock, a quantity of

TjApRNITURE AND EFFECTS.

WITHOUT RESERVE. TERMS CASH. GROCERIES. GROCERIES. GROCERIES.

Wines, Spirits and Beers.

RAVEN and CO. will hold sale at Mart

THURSDAY this week, instead of Friday, large and varied assortment of

E W GOODS.

N

In Consequenco of the Early Departure of Mr.

RAVEN for South Africa, the

LEASE and GOODWILL

With

WINE and SPIt.IT LICENSE

Of tho

CITY MART,

William street. Perth,

WILL BE SOLD A BARGAIN,

With or Without the Slock.

The Premises are iaigo and commodious, comprising Mart, City Hall, Living Rooms and Back Stored, Sheds and Large Yar I. The Most

Commodious Premises ni Perth for Auction

Mnrt, Produce Store, Butcher, General Mer- chant, or anv business îcquirimr Largo Space

A poly RAVEN and CO.,

171 and 173 William-street, Perth.

SALE OF THE

' GERALDTON. BREWERY.

JAMES HASELDON, AT AUCTION,

J. HASELDON has been favoured with in-

structions from the Mortgagees to Sell by Public Auction on FRIDAY, D'l-ember 22nd, in the Masonic nail. Geraldton, at

S p.m.. the whole of that splendid '

FREEHOLD PROPERTY

Known as the

. E R A L D T O N BREWERY,

GH

Having a frontago of 197ft, lo Durlacber

street and Phelps-street, with n depth of 560ft., beibg part of Geraldton Suburban Lot 46, together with all build- ings and fixtures thereon, which consist of a large Stoue i rewoiy, tinco stories high, of the latest design, with all neces- sary outbuildings for carrying on a suc- cessful Brewing Business.

Together with BREWERY PLANT (in-

cluding complete Ice-making Machinery, capable of turning oat about 2 tons of ice per day), Stock-in-Trada thereon, and the Goodwill of the Brewing Busi- ness. The whole of the above property will be sold in one lot as a going concern.

SALE on FRIDAY, 22nd DECEMBER, 1899,

In the

MASONIC HALL, GERALDTON,

At 8 p.m.

For particulars apply

JAME3 HASELDON, Auctioneer,

Geraldton.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE.

J. M. DRUMMOND 'and CO. will Sell by

Public Auctiou at the Yard of Pearse

Bros., Pier-street, Perth, on WEDNES- DAY, 20th December, 1899,

ABBOT'S SULKIES,

Spring Carts, Horses

Harness

Stock and Plant.

SALE AT 2.30 P.M.

W.A. STOCK BAZAAR,

W ellingten-street,

THIS DAY, at 2.30 o'clock,

THOS. HOOPER (by his Auctioneer) will

hold his usual raid-weekly sale of

HORSES, PONDUS, CARTS, SULKIES,

BUGGIES, ETC.

On Saturday next will be offered Two Nice Sows and about 20 Suckers in prime con-

dition.

On ArrivaVof the S.S. Coolgardie,

THOS. ROSLING

Will Sell for Mr. Horne,

¿TOO COUPLES OF TURKEYS, GEESE, / DUCKS, FOWLS,

At Mnlcaby's " Terminus " Hotel Yard«,

Fremantle.

¡D

ADDY ¿alighted at seeing feab/'s photo,

taken by Bartlett«.

Auctions.

NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON

At 2.30 o'clock'.

At the Central Auction Mart, Hay-street,

Opposite Wesley Church.

FOWLS, DUCKS, PURE BRED POULTRY. AMSBERG, WILLIAMS and CO. have re-

ceived instructions to Sell by Public Auc- tion, as follows, absolutely without re-

serve,

CRATE LAYING FOWLS, 1 Crate Mixed Fowls

1 Crate Laying Ducks

Pair Pekin Ducks (pure)

5 pair splendid Laying Ducks

6 pair Laying Fowls anil Rooster . . Also,

Pure Bred Dorkings, Malay Game Langshans, Minorcas Chickens, etc., etc.

The Above are a Splendid Lot, Being Fresh

From fio Country.

FOR ABSOLUTE SALE

Without Reserve.

FRIDAY AFPERNOON, 2.80 O'CLOCK.

' TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19,

<f -_

At the Central Auction Mart, Hay-street, op-

posite Wesley Church.

PIANOS, PIANOS, PIANOS. .

AMSBERG, WILLIAMS and CO. have re-

ceived instructions from the Bank to Sell on account of whom it may concern

s:

IX'MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND

IRON-FRAME PIANOS

Manufactured by the Compagnia Concordia

Co., Berlin, on the Lipp system.

These Splendid Instruments have all the Very Latest Improvements. »

Each Piano stands 52 inches high, and has a

Perfect Tone.

BUYERS MAY INSPECT on MONDAY.

As our instructions are to Sell absolutely to the highest bidder, parties desiring to secure a wally good investment have, in this unreserved Sale, u special opportunity.

These Pianos gained First Prize at the last Melbourne Exhibition.

SALE TUESDAY AFTERNOON,

At 2.30 o'clock,

_NO RESERVE._

F the SUPREME COURT.-R. Honey

versus Gem of Murchison Gold Mine, Ltd.-On Friday, the 15tu day of "December next, at 10 a.m. (unless the writ of fieri facias herein be previously sati-fied), the Sheriff will cause to be Sold ny Public Auction, at the Defendant Company's Mine at Cue, a large quantity of Mining Machinei y and Requisites, comprising 20-head Battery, 1 Engine (by Paxmau and Co.), 500 cords Firewood (about), 5 Iron Tunks, ¿-ton Steel Bars, 500ft. Iron Rails, quantity Piping, 2 Steam Boilers, Pump, Battery Feed Tank, 7 Iron Trucks, ü-roomed Galvanised Iron House, 2 Iron Buildings, 1 Blacksmith's Shop, Assayer's Outfit, 1 Avery's Weighing Machine, Shovels, Picks, Rail Fittings, Tools, otc. For further particulars apply to

M. O'HALLORAN, Sheriff's Officer.

Cue, November 22,1899._

OR SALE, HIRE, or EXCHANGE, HORSES, BUGGIES, SULKIES.

Traps in Great Variety.

F

Chaff or Oats Taken Exchange.

Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning. THE CENTRAL HORSE BAZAAR.

457 Wellington-street.

ALBERT E. COCKRAM. Proprietor.

BAILIFF'S SALE of SHOP FITTINGS,

Etc WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2 o'clock. High-street, Fremantle, next Eco- nomic. Gi C. WAGHORN has received in- structions from the Bailiff to Sell as above Counter and Fittings, Mirrors, Marble Slab, Weigbts and Scales, Dresser, Linoleum, Cut- lery, Tables, Sauces, Patent Till, and a host of Sundries. SALE, 2 o'clock. NO RE-

SERVE.

Printers. Stationers, &c.

WIGG & SON.

E.

XMAS CARDS.

NEW YEAR CARDS.

We arc now showiug a Beautiful Collection of this year's Novelties, including

LITHOGRAPHED, HAND-PAINTED,

AUTOGRAPH,

And PHOTOGRAPHIC CARDS,

Culled from the very best houses in England,

the Continent, and America.

Our Packets Are Splendid Value.

Federation Packet, 12 Cards, -/6 posted -/9 Electric " 24 " 1/- " 1¡S Transvaal " 30 ,, 1/6 " 2/1 Bonanza " 40 " 2/6 " 3/3 Empiess " 30 " 2/- " 2/6 Princess ." 12 " 2/- " 2/4

ILLUSTRATED XMAS NUMBERS.

The New Issues have now Arrived from London, and are far superior to those published in past years. The Coloured Supplements which Accompany Each Number are Most Artistic and -well worth framing.

The Illustrated London Nows...^

Tho Graphic . Price

Black and White. Is. Cd. Each, The Sketch .}. Or

The Ladies' Pictorial. Posted Holly Leaves (Sport, and Dram.) 2s. Each.

1'onrs* Annual .J

Young Ladies' Journal, Double Part, 23.

Posted, 2s. 6d.

E. S. WIGG 4 SON,

_Hay-street, Pofth._

S. WIGG and SON, CIRCULATING LIBRARY.

NEW BOOKS BY EVERY MAIL.

Forty-Five of the Best Magazines and Illus-

trated Papers.

Special Care Taken to Keep Books and Maga-

zine* Clean and in Good Condition.

Now ready, price 2s. 6d.

EAMILY HERALD SUPPLEMENTS.

Volume LX.,

Containing l8 Complete Novels.

No Immediate Prospects; Freda's Pledge; "The Castle by the Sea;" Fluff; Ruther- ford's Wooing ; Miriam the Gipsy ; A Modern Woman ; For Austin's Sake; " " Troublesome Lenore ; " Dorothy Merton's Trial ; The Mystery of Lady Verriker; Wanted-An Identity; That Girl at the Cottage; The Fate of Richmond Erle ; The Wrong Man ; Scotch Thistle and English Rose ; A Strange Entangle- ment ; " For the Lo ve of Nell. "

The Saturday Review says:-"It is wonder- ful how the ' Family Herald ' keeps up its stock of readable novels and stories."

London: W. Stevens, Ltd., 421 Strand, and all Newsvendors.

E

Mining.

rANHOE and BOULDER JUNCTION

PROPRIETARY, No Liability (Late BONNIE CHARLIE EXTENDED G.M. CO., No Liability.

NOTICE is hereby given that a CALL (the twelfth) of Threepence per Share has this day been made (for purpose of providing machinery) on all Shares in the above-named Company, due and PAYABLE at the Registered Offices of the Company. 1 and 3 Broken Hill Cham- bers, King WiÜiam-street, Adelaide, on WED- NESDAY, the 18th day of DECEÄBE R, 1899.

By order of the board,

W. H. HUSSEY, Secretary. Adelaide, December 5,1899.

Note.-Country and intercolonial shareholders must add exchange to their cheques, and quote certificate Nos. registered holde» and progres- sive Nos. of shares.

BROWN HILL CENTRAL GOLD

MINING COMPANY,

No Liability.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Directors have made a CALL (the Eighth) of SIXPENCE per Share, and the same is due and payable at the Registered Office of the Company, Uni- versal Buildings, Grenfell-street, Adelaide, on WEDNESDAY, December 13.1899.

JAS. S. SC®TJ',

Secretary. November 15,1899.

Exchange on country and intercolonial cheques must be addod, and Nnme3 on Certifi- cates and consecutive numbers of Shares to be

ffiftlli

Mining.

BOULDER Central Gold-mining Company,

No Liability.-»Notice of First Call on C Issue.-Notice is hereby given that a Call (tho first) of Sixpence per share has been made on all Contributing Shares (Nos. 60001 to 120.Q00) in the above Compauy, payablo at the Regis- tered Office, Comstock Chambers, Adelaide, on Wednesday, 13th December, 1899. By order of the Board, Chas. A. Ring, Secretary. Com- stock Chambers, Adelaide, November 29,1899. "T7"ATS and BARRELS" ALL SORTS !

G. DEARY and CD., COOPERS,

Makers of Cyanide and Chlorinatiou Vats and

all other Mining Requisites.

Brewers' and Winegrowers' Vnts and Casks,

And all Kinds of General Work.

Repairs Executed au the Shortest Notice.

ALMA-STREET, FREMANTLE.

Government Notices.

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN GOVXRN

MENT RAILWAYS.

w

CHEAP SUMMER EXCURSIONS.

Since October 14th and daily thereafter until further notice, Excursion Tickets at specially low rates will be issued from Fre- mantle and Perth to Albany and vice versa, also from Menzies, Broad Arrow, Paddington, Kanowna, Kalgoorlie, Coolgardie and Southern Cross, to Perth, Fremantle, Bunbury, Bussel- ton and Albany, available for 61 days.

Similar Cheap Tickets will be issued to and from the principal country stations on SATUR- DAYS ONLY, available 14 days.

tor further particulars please refer to Hand- bill No. 254, obtainable at all railway stations. FREMANTLE-PHILLIMORE-STREET

OVERHEAD BRIDGE CONTRACT.

Tenders for the above contract will he re- ceived at the office of the Under Secretary RailwayB, Perth, up to noon on Thursday, the 14th December, 1899.

They are to be addressed to the Ho«. Com- missioner for Railways, and marked, on the

outside "Tender for Fremantle-PhiUimore street Overhead Bridge Contract."

Conditions of contract, drawings, and speci- fications may be seen at the office of the Chief Engineer of Existiug Lines, Wellington-street,

Perth.

Tho lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

MAIL TRAINS TO AND FROM ALBANY.

The Mail Train leaving Perth at 3.25 p.m., on Friday, December 15, will run through to Albany and connect with R.M.S. Cuzco to Eastern Colonies.

A Through Train conveying mails and pas- sengers from R.M.S. Cuzco will leave Albany for Perth at 5.30 p.m., Saturday, December 16. The departure of the Mail Train from Albany is dependent upon the arrival of the

mail steamer.

By order,

JOHN DAVIES,

_General Manager.

ESTERN AUSTRALIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.

Tenders are invited for the Contracts here under mentioned. They are to be addressed to " The Hon. the Director of Public Works," and must be lodged in the tender-box at the Public Works Department, Perth, unless otherwise specially stipulated, and are to be

marked outside with the name of the contract as stated hereuuder. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

GUILDFORD SCHOOL ADDITIONS

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement ia Government Gazette : 27th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, and drawings can be seen at this office and at the Court House, Guildford.

THROSSELL (UPPER BLACKWOOD)

SCHOOL CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette: 29th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications', and drawings can he seen at this office, and ,at the Court Houses, Bridgetown and Bunbury.

NORTH DANDALUP SCHOOL

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette : 30th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19lh December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, and drawings can be seen at this office and at the Court House, Pinjarrah.

BAYSWATER SCHOOL ADDITIONS

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette : 30th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, ar/B drawings can be seen at this office.

BRUNSWICK SCHOOL ADDITIONS

CONTRACT.

Date, of advertisement in Government Gazette : 30th November, 1899

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, and -drawings can be seen nt this office and at the Court House, Bunbury.

NEWCASTLE SCHOOL ADDITIONS

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette: 30thNovember, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, spécifications, and drawings can bo seen at this office, and at the Court Houses, Newcastle and Northam.

COTTESLOE SCHOOL ADDITIONS

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette : 30th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, and drawings can be seen at this office and at the Court House, Fremantle.

FREMANTLE BOYS' SCHOOL ADDI

TtONS CONTRACT.

Date of .advertisement in Government Gazette: 30th November, 1899.

Dato for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, December 19th, 1899. '

Conditions of contract, specifications, and drawings can be seen at this office and at the Court House, Fremantle.

CLACKLINE SCHOOL AND QUARTERS

CONTRACT.

Date of advertisement in Government Gazette : 30th November, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications and drawings can be seen at this office and at the Court Houses, Newcastle and Northam.

BOULDER INFANTS* SCHOOL ADDI-

TIONS CONTRACT.

Dale of advertisement in Government Gazette: SOthNovember, 1899.

Date for receiving tenders : Noon on Tues- day, 19th December, 1899.

Conditions of contract, specifications, and drawings can be seen at this office, at the P.W.A.D. Offices, Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, and at the Conrt House, Boulder.

By order of the Honourable the Director of Public Works.

M. E. JULL,

Under-Secretary for Public Works. Public Works Office,

Perth, Western Australia.

OVERNMENT STORES.

a

SUPPLY and DELIVERY of TELEGRAPH and TELEPHONE MATERIALS during the period from 1st JULY, 1900, to 30th JUNE, 1901, inclusive.

TENDERS will be received up to noon on WEDNESDAY, 10th JANUARY, 1900.

Forms of tender, etc, may be obtained at the office of the Government Storekeeper, North Fremantle. Samples to be seen on application to the Superintendent of Telegraphs, Perth. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For further particulars «pe Govern-

ment Gazette.

By Order of the Right Honorable the Colonial Treasurer. CARLTON R. PETHER,

Government Storekeeper. Government Stores Department,

North Fremantle, Dec. 11.1899._

/~1 OVERNMENT STORES.

EXTENDED NOTICE.

TENDERS,

Endorsed " Tender for Permanent Way

Fastenings, etc.,"

Receivable to

NOON 18th INSTANT,

For

325 Tons (more or less) Railway Fastenings

(rations)

1 only Denison Suspension Weigher 6 only Four-Wheel Store Trolleys.

Samples, Tender Forms, and full particulars at Governmeut Stores, North Fremantle (also see Goternment Gazette dated Sill inst.)

By order R'mht Hon. Colonial Treasurer.

CARLTON R. PETHER,

Government Storekeeper. 4/12/99. _ _

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Government Notices.

G

OVERNMENT LAND SALES.

Department of Lands and Surveys,

Perth, 9th December, 1399.

The undermentioned allotments of LAND will be offered for SALE at Public Auction on the dates and at the places specified in the schedule below, at 11 o'clock a.m.:

ALBANY. 1900.

January 3, at Government Land Agent's

Office.- -

Albany.-Town Lot 469, about 3 roods; upset price, .£70.

»Albany.-Subn. 318, 319, 386, 390, about 5 acres each; npset prices, about ¿12 each.

NEWCASTLE.

January 3, at Resident Magistrate's Office.

»Beejoording.-Subn. 103, 109, 110, about 8 acres each ; upset prices, about ¿810 each.

»Coondle.-Subn. 78, 79, 80, about 9 acres each; upset prices, first two JH8 each, and

latter £22.

BUNBURY.

January 3, at Resident Magistrate's Office.

Capel.-Town Lot 14,1 acre and 22 perches ; upset price, £5.

COOLGARDIE.

January 3, at tho Warden's Office.

Coolgardie.-Town Lots 1,350,1,351, 1,631, 1,885, abont 88 perches each; upset prices, first two £10 each, third £8, and fourth .£20.

KATANNING.

January 3, at Government Land Agent's -

Office.

Katanning.-Town Lot 199, 1 rood 20 perchel ; upset price, £15.

Tambellup.-Subn Lot 5, 2 roods 1 perch ; upset price, £4.

GERALDTON.

January 4, at the Government Resident's

Office.

Northampton.-Town Lots 98, 99, 100, 1 acre each ; upset price, £5 each.

GREENBUSHES.

January 5, at Greenbushes, by Resident Magis-

trate, Bridgetown.

Greenbushes.-Town Lot 54, C9 perches; upset prioe, £20, subject to improvements. *

YALGOO.

January 5, at Warden's Office.

Gullewa.-Town Lot 32,1 rood: upset price,

£10.

MENZIES.

January 5, at the Warden's Office.

Menzies.-Town Lots 246, 619,1 rood each ; upset prices, £10 and £5 respectively.

NARROGIN.

January 5, at Narrogin, by Government Land

Agent, Katanning.

Narrogin.-Town Lot 156, 2 roods 34 per- ches; upset price, £5.

* Narrogin,-Subn. Lots 273, 274, 276, from 14 acres to 16 aores each ; upset prices, £22, £23, and £24 respectively.

KALGOORLIE.

January 5, at the Warden's Office.

Kalgoorlie.-Town Lots 614, R 1,012,1 rood each ; upset prices, £lo and £6 respectively.

Somerville.-Subn. Lots 55, 56, 81, 8a, 84, 85,109, 110,112, 114, l18, varying from H acres to 2 acres ; upset prices varying from £6

to £10 each.

BOULDER.

January 6, at the Mechanics' Institute,

Bonlder, by Warden.

Boulder.-Town Lot R 339,1 rood ; upset price, £8.

PERTH.

January 5, at this Office.

Fremantle.-Subn. Lot 177, 2 roods, 3 perches: upset price, £30.

LAWLERS.

January 6, at the Warden's Office.

Wiluna -Town Lots 23, 100, 101,1 rood each; up,et prices, £5 and £10 and £10re- spectively.

PADDINGTON.

January 13, at Paddington, by the Warden,

Broad Arrow.

Paddington.-Town Lot 25, 1 rood; upset price, £12.

BROOME.

January 15, at Resident Magistrate's Office.

Broome.-Town Lot 83, 2 roods; upset price, £20.

MARBLE BAR.

January 24, at Marble Bar, by the "Warden,

Pilbarra.

Port Hedland.-Town Lot 6, 1 rood ; upset price, £15.

MOUNT MAGNET.

January 25. at the Warden's Office.

Boogardie.-Town Lot 9, 1 rood ; upset price, £10.

* Conditions, Suburban, for cultivation.

Plans and further particulars of these lots can be obtained at this Office, or at the Office where they are to be sold.

N.B -Land sold to a depth of 2,000ft. below the natural surface, except in goldfields and mining district, where it is granted to a depth of 40ft. only.

K. CECIL CLIFTON,

tTnfler-Serretary for Lands.

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