IMPOUNDED in the public pound, at
Newcastle, on the 16th inst., one black entire horse, apparently between 3 and 4 years old, small star on forehead, a little white on near hind foot,' stands about 15 hands high, no mark or brand visible. If not claimed within the time allowed by law, will be sold to defray ex-
J. B. RIDLEY,
Pound-keeper. Newcastle, Nov. l8,1865. [9s.
IMPOUNDED in the Public Pound,
Newcastle, on the 27th Instant, one dark bay or brown mare, between 14 and 15 hands high, branded B on off side of neck. One light bay foal, apparently about a month or six weeks old, white" star on forehead. If not claimed will be treated as the law directs.
J. B. RIDLEY,
Pound-keeper Newcastle, 28th Nov., 1865. [8s. 6d;
THE General Board of Education" have
arranged for the Christmas Ex- aminations of the Colonial Schools at Fremantle, Guildford, and Perth, to take place in the following order, viz r1
" Fremantle Boys' School--Wednesday, December 13,1865.
' Fremantle Girls' and Infants' Schools -Thursday, December 14, 1865.
Guildford Boys' and Girls' Schools Friday, December 15,1865.
. Perth Girls' and Infants' Schools Monday, December l8,1865.
Perth Boys' School-Tuesday, Decem- ber 19,1865.
In each School the Examinations will commence at 10 a,m. precisely. The Public, and Parents especially, are re- quested to attend.
' T_\ - .. E. J*. C0ÏÏBTHOFE,
< " ,- -*- Secretary. ;i F^Kov.20,1865,
THE undersigned is prepared to take
in Rams during the ensuing year at two shillings per head and the wool.
A. QUARTERMAINE. Purnine, Nov. 13,1856.
THE undersigned will take in Rams to
keep during the ensuing season, on the usual terms, viz. :-2s. 6d. per head
and their wool.
THOMPSON & CLAYDON. Arthur River, Oct. 23, 1865.
THE undersigned is prepared to take in
Rams for the ensuing season; the Rams will be received at T. Mead, Jun., Brick Wood, or at Jangeling, at 2s. 6d. per head and the wool.
Jangeling, near Northam, Nov. 8,1865. THE undersigned will keep a Ram flock
. for the Season, at 2s. 6d. per head
and the wool.
GEORGE FISHER. Boyadine, Nov. 27, 1865.
TWO good Shepherds. Apply to P.
Walcott, Blackwood, or J. B. Roe,
22nd Nov., 1865.
I. W. I: GILLIAN,
THE NEW STOCK come in at this
date is advertised for its excellence, variety, staple character, and moderate prices.
N.B.-The Fancy Department is worthy, of early attention.
CHOLERA, DYSENTERY, DIAEEHOA,
CRAMP, AGUE, FEVER, RHEUMA- TISM, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, COUGH,
All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose of that won- derful SEDATIVE ANODYNE and ANTI SPASMODIC remedy CHLORODYNE, disco- vered by Dr. J. Collis Browne, M. R. C. S. L. (ex Army Med. Staff), the recipe of which was confided solely to J. T. Davenport, 33, Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury-square, Loudon, (Pharmaceutical Chemist). The medical testi- mony of civil, hospital, military, and naval practitioners pronounces it invaluable. It re- lieves pain of any kind, soothes the restlessness of fever, and imparts the most refreshing sleep without producing or leaving any of the unplea- sant effects of opium.
Earl Russell has graciously favonred J. T. Davenport with the following extract of a des- patch from Mr. Webb, H.B.M.'s Consul at Manilla, dated Sept, 17,1864 :-" The remedy most efficacious in its effects (in Epidemic Cholera) has been found to be Chlorodyne, and with a small quantity given to me by Dr.
Burke I have saved several lives." Earl Russell communicated to the College of Physi- cians, that he had received a despatch from Her Majesty's Consul at Manilla, to the effect that Cholera had been raging fearfully, and that the only remedy of any service was Chloeodyne.-See Lancet, December 31,1864.
From W. Vesalius Pettigrew, M.D., Hon. F.R.C.S., England, formerly Lecturer upon Anatomy and Physiology at St. George's
School of Medicine.-" I have used it in Con-
sumption, Asthma, Diarrhoea, and other dis- eases, and am most perfectly satisfied with the
Dr. Gibbon, Army Medical Staff, Calcutta. Two doses completely cured me of Diarrhoea." Extract from the General Board op Health,
London, as to its efficacy in Cholera.
" So strongly are we convinced of the im- mense value of this remedy, that we cannot too forcibly urge the necessity of adopting it
in all cases."
From A. Montgomery, Esq., late Inspector of Hospitals, Bombay.-" Chlorodyne is a most valuable remedy in Neuralgia, Asthma, and Dysentery. To it I fairly owe my restoration to health after eighteen months' severe suffer- ing, and when all other medicines had failed."
Caution.-In consequence of the extraordi- nary efficacy of this remedy, several unprinci- pled parties have been induced to vend imita- tions. Never be tempted to buy Chlorodyne except in sealed bottles, having the words,
Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne " engraved on the wrapper. A sheet full of medical testi- monials accompanies each bottle. Sole manu- facturer, J. T. Davenport, 33, Great Russell street, Bloomsbury, London. Sold in bottles,
2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d.
Agents for Melbourne :
MESSRS. TAYLOR AND Co.,
47, Flinder's Lane.
MESSRS. M.A. WORMS ANDCo.
MESSRS. FAULDING AND Co.
A Stove most brilliantly polished in two
minutes for less than one farthing W. Gr. NIXEY'S CELEBRATED REGISTERED
A NEW DOMESTIC DISCOVERY!
Cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of Furniture from the injurious effects of the common article now in use, as it creates no dust, and requires comparatively no labour.
Sold everywhere, in Solid Blocks, Id., 2d., Ad.,
The advantages of this Elegant Chemical Preparation are great saving of time, cleanli- ness of application, smallness of quantity re- quired, and the ^prevention of waste, dust, and its destructive consequences. Further, it ulti- mately produces a pure metallic coating of a high degree of brilliancy and durability, reflect- ing both light and heat. (See specimen on the sides of each block.)
12, Soho Square, London.
DINNEFORD'S PURE FLUID
HAS been, during thirty-five years,
emphatically sanctioned by the Medical Profession, and universally ac- cepted by the public, as the Best
ACIDITY OP THE STOMACH,
HEARTBURN, HEADACHE, GOUT,
and as a Mild Aperient for delicate constitutions, more especially for ladies
and children. Combined with the
ACIDULATED LEMON SYRUP,
it forms an agreeable Effervescing Draught, in which its aperient qualities are much increased. During Hot Seasons, and, above all Hot Climates, the regular use of this simple and elegant remedy has been found highly beneficial.
DINNEEORD ib Co.,
172, New Bond Street, London ;
And sold by all respectable Chemists throughout the world.
N.B.-Ask for Dinneford's Magnesia
EFFERVESCENT CITRATE OF
INTRODUCED AND PREPARED BY
Alfred Bishop, Manufacturing Chemist,
17 & l8, Speck's Fields, Mile End New
Town, London. ,
This perfectly white and delicately clean granulated preparation possesses remarkable effervescent qualities, which far surpasses the /ordinary Seidlitz Powder in its COOLING, BE FEESHING, and MILD APERIENT proper- ties, as well as in flavour as a SALINE draught. It is particularly well adapted for women and young children, on account of its most agreeable
flavour and mild effect.
N.B.-The genuine has the name BISHOP upon the Bowe, also the Name and Trade Mark upon the Label, and is sold in convenient sizes, and secured in so perfect a manner that it may be shipped* with safety to any part of
Manufacturer also of Granulated and Effer- vescent Carbonate of Iron, Citrate of Iron, Citrate of Quinine, Citrate of Quinine and Iron, Carbonate of Lithia in tubes, Citrate of Lithia, Vichy Salt, Seidlitz Mixture, and all other Granulated Preparations.
THE pure Suffolk Horse ESCAPE,
will stand at Herne Hill during the ensuing season, and will cover at three guineas-groom's fee included.
W. L. BROCKMAN.
June 6, 1865. .
THE thorough-bred horse KHORAS
SAN, will stand this next season from the 1st August, till 1st January, 1866, at the stables of the undersigned, on the following terms, viz. : ¿85 per mare for two mares ;\£4 10s. per mare up to three mares ; and £A per head for any number over three the property of same owner. Groom's fee 5s. per mare. A safe paddock will be provided for mares sent from a distance, at the rate of 2s. 6d. per head per week, hut no responsibility.
The undersigned invites parties who are thinking of sending mares, to come and examine the stock got by this horse, which will speak for themselves. Wheat at the market price delivered at any of the mills in the district, will be taken in payment.
SAMUEL E. BURGES.
Tipperary, York, June 10th, 1865.
1 Hopeful' and ' Wanderer'
WILL serve*Mares this Season at Pin-
jarrah Park, Murray.
Terms-Three Guineas each Mare.
August 1, 18C5.
WILL stand at Cold Harbour, for this
Terms-For one Mare, «£2 ; groom's fee, 2s. 6d. For two or more Mares the property of the same owner, £1 10s. ; groom's fee, 2s. 6d. each mare.
Cold Harbour, August 19,1865.
To Cover this Season, at
Mr. W. Stokes' Farm,
YOUNG HORKSTOW, bred
by Mr. J. Nairn, of Daleak, by the
celebrated cart horse HorJcstow out of
Darling. Darling took two successive prizes at the York Agricultural Show as
the best cart mare shown.
Young Horlcstow is a dark brown, with white star in the forehead, and un- doubtedly the best of the Horkstow
For further particulars appy to the
owner on the farm.
THE imported Clydesdale horse
L OCHR, YA 2ST
will stand for the season at Glentromie,
Terms-Five guineas per mare; groom's fee five shillings ; charge for mare left in paddock, three shillings per week,* without any responsibility.
Also, the imported thorough bred
will stand at the same place. Terms Four guineas per mare, groom's fee in-
cluded. Paddock for mares the same as above.
DONALD MACPHERSON. Glentromie, Victoria Plains, ?
August 31st, 1865. j
To Cover this Season.
YOUNG LOCHRYAN was got by the
celebrated imported horse LOCH RYAN, the property of D. McPherson, Esq., of the Victoria Plains. The dam of Young Lochryan is a staunch cart mare, formerly the property of Walter Padbury, Esq., out of Damsel ; Damsel by Hercules ; imported by Michael Clark- son, Esq.
Young Lochryan is a bright bay, with dark points, stands 15 hands 2| inches high. Observe !-only rising two years
Terms per mare, ¿82 10s., groom's fee, 2s. 6d. To stand up to the 30th Nov.,
Greenough Flats, July 11, 18C5.
COMMANDER, thorough-bred im-
ported stallion, by the " Knight of Avenel," dam " Marj" by " Poynton."
" Knight of Avenel" (winner of seve- ral races and the Sire of many Winners) by the "Doctor" out of "Blue Bonnet" by the celebrated "Touchstone" (both St. Leger Winners,) " Poynton" Winner
of the Great Yorkshire Stakes.
" Commander" is a handsome dark
bay with black points, standing nearly 16 hands, and for symmetry and breeding is unsurpassed in this Colony.
TERMS-Five Guineas. Paddock 2s.
per week. No responsibility.
W. B. MITCHELL.
Paradise, near Bunbury, >
September 26, 1865. J
N.B.-Several very promising yearling Colts by this horse, out of well bred
mares for sale.
MR. D. KILPATRICK in opening a
Tailoring Business in High-street, Fremantle, begs to inform the public that from his long experience as a Master Tailor in the Army and also Civilian, he has a thorough practical knowledge of the trade, and by strict attention to his business he hopes to secure a share of public patronage.
Under the Patronage of H. E. the Governor,
the Clergy, Gentry, Merchants, Ac, &c.
LADIES' and Gentlemen's Saddle
Horses, Carriages, Phaetons, Om- nibuses, Gigs, Carts, and Saddlery.
ßÜ0 Expresses done to any part of the Colony.
THE Royal Mail Passenger and Parcels
Cart runs daily, between Perth and Guildford ; leaving Guildford at 8 a.m., and Perth at 1 p.m., and at any hour an
General Groceries and Provisions, Drapery, &c. ; Corn and Meal, Saddlery and Saddlers' Ironmongery, &c, &c., Whips of all sorts, Horse, Spoke, Shoe, and other Brushes, Springs and Patent Axles, Cutlery, Jewellery, Perfumery, and Stationery in great varieties.
Perth and Guildford.
Ex " Tartar."
LINSEY, Gambroon, Tweeds, White
and Red Flannels, Velvet.
Colored Petticoats, Blankets, Shep-
herd's and Llama Shawls.
Men's Pilot Cloth Coats, Tweed Trou-
sers and Vests.
Wreaths, Flowers, Feathers, White
and Black Beaded Lace
Silk Net, Crape Collars and Falls, Bon- net Shapes.
Infant's Cashmere Hoods, Cap Fronts trimmed, Ruche.
Umbrellas, Parasols, Cane, Steel, Dress Holders (black).
Berlin Wool, Stays, Patent Busks.
Cribbage Boxes, Rattles, Cosmétique, Purses, Scissors.
Beads, £lb. Butter Prints, Back Combs, Broaches, Belts.
Babies' Baskets, Velvet Buttons, <fcc. Colored Stockings, Socks, &c.
Shell Hats, Caps, &c, Black Boots.
È$§p° 10 Per Cent. Discount allowed on all CASH purchases of 10s. and up-
J. M. PATTON.
ALL parties indebted to Mr. S. A.
Barker, lately of Guildford, are re- quested to close their accounts by the end of the current year ; after which period, tbose remaining open will be placed in the hands of a Solicitor for
T. C. GULL,
Attorney for S. A. Barker. Guildford, Nov. 20,1865.
Christmas and New Tear's
HAS on Sale Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver Guard and Albert Chains, Brooches, Rings, and Ear-rings in variety; Lockets, Bracelets, and all kinds of Jewellery, of the best quality, and at the lowest possible prices.
Ifgp0 Wedding Rings, Chains, &c,
made to order.
Watches and Jewellery cleaned and re- paired.
On Sale ex " Strathmore."
AN assortment of gentlemen's Felt
An assortment of* Milli-
nery, consisting of-Ladies' and Chil- dren's Straw Hats, Ladies' Black Dress Caps, Widows' Caps, Hair Nets, Black Crape, Black Velvet Ribbon, White and Grey Corsets, Sewing Silk and Twist, Mending and Sewing Cotton, Thread, Pins, Boot and Stay Laces, Bone and Metal Brace Buttons, Flexible Buttons, Pearl Vest and Coat Buttons, Worsted and Mohair Braids, Crinoline Steel, Book, Mull, and Spotted Muslins ; Spotted and Spring Muslin Dresses, Muslin Collars, Cambric Handkerchiefs, Black Lace Falls, &c., &c.
An assortmen tof Hosiery, consisting of-Ladies' Kid and Silk Gauntlets, Thread Gloves, Wool Boots, Children's White and Coloured Sacs
Men's Brown and fancy do. Ladies' White and Brown Hose, Regent and Fancy Ties, Ladies' Fancy Belts, Sunshades.
An assortment of Drapery, consisting of-Shirtings and Long Cloth, Grey and White Sheeting, Blue and White Serge, Collar Cloth, Forfar, Brown Linen Damask, Hemp Carpet, Brown Hollands, Striped Florentines, Cotton tick Drab Jean, Blue do., Drab and White Moleskin, Drab and White Cord, Union Check, Fancy Prints, Venetian Blind, Furniture Prints, Cotton Handkerchiefs, Black and Blue Cotton Velvet, Glazed Lin- ings, Oil Table Covers, Mixed Melton Tweeds,DrabBedfordCord,TurkeyTwills, Clouting Diaper, Black, Mixed, and Glace Alpacas, Ganibroons, White Linen Drill, Blue, Scarlet, and Fancy Saxony Flannel Mantle, Hollands, &c, &c.
Perth, October, 2,1865.
|gp° A liberal Discount will be allowed for Cash purchases.
Roetyuck Bay Pastoral &> Agricultural Association,
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
fifth call of ONE POUND per share must be paid by the Shareholders in the above Association, on or before Wednesday, 20th December, 1865.
Bv order of the Directors,
J * W. ADEINSON,
Secretary. Perth, November 23,1865.
~ To be Sold by Private Contract»
THE transfer of a tillage, with adjoin-
ing pastoral lease. The land on the tillage, and much of that on the pastoral lease, is of first-rate quality, and near a good market ; about 20 acres are ready for the plough, and there is a useful
To be had reasonably.
R. G. MEARES,
Auction & General Agency Office, 7
York, 25th November, 1865. J
CURES FOR DISTANT
The curative properties of this wonder- ful Ointment are so universal that the
Settler should know that, by using it, any wound, any ulcer, any sore, any erup- tion, aches or pains, can, by this mighty " Heal all," be quickly removed ; so that in the Australian Colonies (as elsewhere) it is frequently said that " Here is a cure
for all !"
Glandular Swellings, Bronchitis, Mumps, Quinsey, Sore Throats,
In any of the above diseases, immediate and permanent relief is obtained by ef- fectually rubbing this detergent Oint- ment, twice a day upon the neck, chest, and back. It acts upon the very main- springs of life ; for through the glands pass all new matter required for the body's reparation and all old particles detrimental to its preservation. The Ointment, used conjointly with Hol- loway^ Pills, will act so searchingly and certainly as to effect cures in the most hopeless cases.
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Contracted
and Stifi Joints.
Many thonsands of martyrs from the above complaints have found life almost insupportable ; yet, if Holloway's Oint- ment be briskly and perseveringly rubbed upon the parts affected, ease may be safely guaranteed, especially if the pores of the skin be previously opened by
fomentations with warm water. The
gross humours require expulsion from the system ; it is therefore necessary to have recourse to Holloway's admirable Pills which, by purifying and strengthening the system, greatly assist the operation of the Ointment and facilitate and confirm the
Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, and Ulcérations
of all kinds.
There is no medicinal preparation in the world which may be so thoroughly relied upon, in the treatment of the above ailments, as Holloway's Ointment. No- thing can be so simple or safe as the manner in which it is applied, or its action on the body, both locally and con- stitutionally. The Ointment, rubbed around the part affected enters, the pores just as salt enters meat. It quickly 'penetrates to the source of the evil and drives it from the system.
Erysipelas and Scrofulous Sores.
In all irritations of the skin, sores, ulcers, burns, or scrofulous enlargements of any kind, Holloway's Ointment pre- sents a ready and easy means of cure. It manifests a peculiar power in restrain- ing inflammation, removing stagnation, cooling the heated blood, and checking all acrimonious and unhealthy discharges.
Diseases attended on Childhood.
Diseases incident to early life fall more under the management of the mother than the medical man. Holloway's Ointment should therefore be regarded by her as a " Household Treasure," as it never fails in bringing out the rash in measles and scarlatina: and for the removal of all skin diseases its effect is miraculous. In cases of whooping cough and croup,
this invaluable Ointment should be rub-
bed twice a day upon the throat and chest, and the youngest invalid will derive therefrom the most soothing relief. Two or three of Holloway's famous Pills, re reduced to a powder, will augment the curative powers of his Unguent.
Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases:
Bad Legs Chiego-foot Fistulas
Bad Breasts Chilblains Gout
Burns Chapped Hands Glandular
Bunions Corns (Soft) Swellings Bite of Mosche- Cancers Lumbago
toes and Sand Contracted and Piles
Flies Stiff Joints Rheumatism Coco-bay Elephantiasis Scalds
Sore Nipples Sore-throats Skin-diseases Scurvy Sore-heads Tumours Ulcers Wounds Taws
Sold at the Establishment of Professor Holloway, 244, Strand, (near Temple bar,) London by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the civilized world, at the following prices : Is. Ud., 2s. 9d." 4s. 6d., 11s., 22s., and 33s. per Box.
*#* There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes.
N.B.-Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to
Sold by Mr. G. Shenton, Perth, Mr. T. H. Devenish, Guildfoid, Mr. Monger, York, Mr. Wellard, Fremantle, Mr. J. Herring, Vasse, Mr. E. G-. Hester, Bun- bury, Mr. Joseph Tork, Toodyay, Mr. J. Uglow, Albany.
Printed and published by ARTHUR SHENTON
at the Office of the "Psbth Gazsttx ixj»' W. A. Timbs." where orders and advertim?) ments are received, % .?