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MR. T. SMITH

? Wit* sell by Auction, at his room§, Hay

Street, Perth, on WEDNESDAY, 26th August instant :

CASES Satin Glaze Starch, boxes Wash-

ing Powder, ditto Blue, Spiced Oysters, Anchovy -Paste, Figs, " Dates, Sauces, Rope (Manilla) ; two casks Fish,

&c., «fee.

Sale to commence at 11 o'clock.

*" Termsat Sale.

'Sale by -auction.

MR. B. B7ËBÀTÏCISC0

Will sell at his Auction Rooms, 2nd

September, 1868.

A LARGE assortment of first-class

Educational Works, and Novels, &c., by the first Authors.

, Also a quantity of Sugar, Teas, Rice, Soap and Candles, Blacking, Matches, Wax Vestas, &c, &c, &c.

FO~R SALE,

Yaluable Heal Property.

IE. D. B. FEAI CISCO

Has received instructions from the Mort-

gagee (with power of Sale) to offer for Sale by Auction, on TUESDAY, the 8th day of September, at Fremantle, at 12 o'clock, noon

THE following, late the property of Mr.

John Wellard :

XiOt 1.-Cockburn Sound Locations 56, 57, and 96, containing together 30 acres, and situate about three quartfers of a mile from the Fremantle^and Bunbury

Rood.

Lot 2.-The Nortli-JEast half of Fre- mantle Building Allotment 185 and 186, situate in Norfolk Street, known as Mr. Wellard's Cottage Premises.

Lot 3.-The North-East half of Fre- mantle Building Lot 193, situate in

Suffolk Street.

For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to the Auctioneer, at Fre- mantle, or to Messrs. Stone & Son, Solicitors, Perth.

Perth, 17th August 1868.

Withdrawal of Sale by Auction

R. L\ B. FRANCISCO'S notice to

sell by Auction on 2nd September, 1868, Household Furniture, Ship Build- ing Materials, &c, &c, is now withdrawn, Mr. Von Bibra having effected a Sale of his Furnitu e, &c, previously.

Fremantle, 17th August, 1868.

M

Guildford Property.

Pour Allotments for Sale-Noa. 28,149,

150, and 179.

NO. 26.-A splendid Allotment near

the Church.

Nos. 149 and 150-Near Mr. H. Devenish's.

No. 179-Near the Helena.

For further particulars apply to

J. g. C. CARR.

" TO BE SOLD

BY

PRIVATE CONTRACT.

THE undersigned is authorised by the

Proprietor to dispose of the follow- ing properties :

All that commodious Cottage and pre- mises situate in William Street, Perth, adjoining the Freemason's Hotel, and now in the occupation of Dr. Hora.

Also, that very substantial Dwelling house, Butcher's Shop, and premises, adjoining the above, and late in the occupation of Mr. J. Dewar.

Also, that piece of land adjoining Mr. Marfleet's premises, Bituate in Hay Street, Perth, opposite the store of Mr. G. Shenton, and being a portion of Perth Building lot F 10.

Also, that piece of land known as Perth Building lot, H 11, situate near the Pen- sioners' Barracks, and opposite the resi- dence of the Comptroller General.

Also, Albany Suburban Lot A 2.

For particulars apply to

E. A. STONE,

Howick Street, Perth. August 12,1868.

Perth Building, Investment, and

Loan Society.

Capital, in Shares of the ultimate value of£25, ¿850,

¿8100, and ¿8150 each.

.patron-His Excellency the Governor. ÍJrtótat-The Hon. J.G. 0. Carr, Esq.,

M. L C. *

Solicitor-The Hon. G. F. Stone, Esq.

With a Board of twelve Directors.

A FEW SHARES are now ready to be

advanced on good Security, and on easy terms.

Apply to

B. SMITH, Secretary.

Yaric, Aug. 19, 1868.

SIR,-We, the undersigned, request

you will call a Public Meeting of the inhabitants of the York and Beverley Dis- tricts, to take into consideration the ap- pointment of a Committee to superintend the expenditure of public money on the Hoads in this District, in compliance with an advertisement in the Government Ga- zette of the 18th instant.

We are, Sir,

Tour obedient servants,

S. S. PARKER,

A. F. LEE STEERE, G. M. MEARES,

SAM. E. BURGES, J. H, MONGER.

The Resident Magistrate, York.

î <

*f Resident's Office* York, Aug. 9, 1868. In accordance with the above requi- sition, I beg to call a Meeting of the in- habitants ol' the York and Beverley Dis- tricts, at the Court House, on THURS- DAY» the 3rd September, at 1 o'clock.

W. COWAN,

£*Bid«nt M agiftrati.

Grand Bepresentation !

PROFfKÖHLEE

WILL PERFORM AT THE

Mechanics' Hall, IPerth.,

On TUESDAY EVENING, Ano. 25th. Doors open at 7£ o'clock ; performance to commence at 8 o'clock precisely.

(For particulars see Bills of the day.) t Mb. Kohler begs to inform the settlers that he intends (by general desire) shortly

to re-visit the Eastern Districts.

Aug 20, 1868.

E. BIRCH'S

MEDICAL DISPENSARY.

Established 1851.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

Per "PALESTINE."

A LARGE Assortment of Genuine Medi-

cines, «fee, Logwood, Fustic, Shellac, Russian Isinglass, Roll and Flour Sul- phur, Prussian * Blue, Violet Powder, Sal Prunel, Borax, Prussiate Potash, Soft Soap, Carbonate Soda, Tartaric Acid, Saltpetre, Powdered Ginger, Best An natto, Cyanide Potash, Indigo, Essence Lemon, Chlorodyne, Blue Stone, Epsom Salts, Alum, Crystal Nitrate Silver, Strychnine, Marking Ink, dold-beater's Skin, Fluid Magnesia, Citrate Magnesia, &c, «fee, «fee.

DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.

Glass and Pewter Syringes, Ear Sy- ringes, Feeding Bottles, Glass Measures, Mortars and Pestles, Puff Boxes, Spirit Lamps, Felt Cora Plaisters, Nipple Shields with India rubber tube and teats, Wood Shields, Nipple Developers, Breast Relievers, ditto for self use, Elastic Cathe- ters, Suspender Bandages, Infants' Truss- es, Camel hair Pencils, Hooper's Cachous, French Pastelles, «fee, <fcc.

BRUSHWARE, «fee.

Best Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Bannister and Scrubbing Brushes, Hair Brooms, Horse Brushes, Shoe Brushes, Dandriff and Dressing Combs, India-rub- ber Combs, Horse Mane Combs, Door Mats, Plough and Clothes Lines, «fee, «fee

Ladies' French Cashmere Side Spring Boots, ditto Lace Boots, Girls' Cloth Boots, Boys' Lace-up Boots, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Roan Slippers, «fee, «fee

ALSO,

On hand-A general assortment of

Goods.

E. BIRCH.

Perth, 19th Aug., 1868.

York Races.

AT a Meeting held at the Castle Hotel,

York on Saturday, the 15th August, A. Lee Steere, Esq. in the chair. The ac- counts for the passed year were submitted, audited, and passed. It was then re- solved " That the Annual Racing Meet- ing should take place on Thursday, 29th Octobeb, 1868, according to the rules of the Turf Club ; the decision of the Stew- ards in all cases being final."

The following gentlemen be requested to act as Stewards :-Messrs. A. Lee Steere, S. S. Parker, J. G. Thompson, S. P. Phillips, J. H. Monger, Jas. Broun, G. M. Meares. Clerk of Course-Mr. G. Monger.

Collectors-Perth, Mr. H. Parker; Fremantle. Mr. E. Newman ; Guildford, Mr. T. C. Gull; Newcastle, Mr. J. T. Monger ; Northam, Mr. J. Lockyer ; York, Mr. G. Monger; Beverley, Mr. James

Broun.

1st Race-MAIDEN PLATE of £25, entrance ¿82, for all Colonial-bred horses that have never won public money ; Hack stakes exeepted. Weights for age, 1 mile and a distance ; heats.

2nd-YORKSHIRE STAKES of «£ 2 mile heats, weights for age.

3rd-LADIES' PURSE of «£- for all colonial-bred horses, 1£ miles, heats; weights for age.

4th-PONY RACE for Saddle and Bridle, for ponies not exceeding 14 hands high. Distance one and a half mile; heats. Catch weights. Post entrance

10s.

5th.-HACK STAKES of ¿6- ; dis- tance one and a half mile ; catch weights.

Weights for Age :-2 years, 6st. 71bs. ; 3 yrs., 8st. 31bs. ; 4 yrs., 9st. ; 5 yrs., 9st. 61bs. ; 6 years and aged, 9st. 81bs. ; Mares and Geldings allowed 31bs. Horses not thorough-bred allowed 71bs. Horses to take their age from the 1st August.

The owner of each horse to pay towards the. Course 5 per cent, on the amount

awarded.

All Entries to be made either in per- son or writing to the Honorary Secretary at the Castle Hotel, from 3 to 5 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, 27th October, 1868.

No owner can start a horse who has not

complied with the above conditions, and subscribed at least ¿61 towards the Race

Fund.

Applications for Booths to be made to the Hon. Secretary on or before Tuesday, 27th October ; £2 2s. to be paid for each Booth, and the holder to be a subscriber of ¿62 2s. towards the Race Fund.

No person to hawk refreshments about the Course, without having previously

subscribed 10s. to the fund.

All dogs found on the Course will be destroyed.

Riders must appear in strict jockey

costume.

SAMUEL E, BURGES, Jttn.,

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. York, Aug. l8,1868.

FOB SALE AT YORK FAIR.

A NUMBER of RAM LAMBS, got by

Rams imported from the best flocks in Victoria. _*_

J. W. PARKER, Broadlands, Aug. 17,1868.

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York Agricultural Society. AT a Meeting held at the Castle Hotel,

York, on the 25th instant, it was proposed that the Annual Meeting and show of stock take place on MONDAY the 28th OCTOBER NEXT, when the following prizes will be offered for > com- petition :

HORSES.

£ i.

Ter the best,imported Cart Horse to

ataud at least two seasons ia the

York district. 25 0 For t' e'best imparted Blood H orso

to stand at least two seasons m the

York Strict. 25 0 N.B.-These two prizes were offered

ia accordance with the following Résolution passed at a meetu g held 21th July, 1867: '«That this Society will give the following prizes at their Annual Me ting m 1868 to any parties w- o may im- port fresh sire»."

Best impcrled Horse adipted for

breeding fur exportation

Second beet do.

Bett imported Cart Entire

Second do.

Best oulonii 1 Cart Entire Second best do

Best colonial Entire adapted for

breeding for exportation

Second bert do.

Best colonial Mare adapted for breed-

ing for exportation Second bes do.

Best c lonial Cart Mare Second best do

Best colonial-bred Cart Colt or Filly

Second beat do.

Best colonial-bred Cult or Filly

adapted for exportation

Second best do.

SHEEP.

Best pen of one or more imported

fine wuolled Hams Second best do. Third best do.

Best pen of one or more imported

long-woollfd Rams Second best do. Third best do

Best pen ol one or more colonial

fine wooled Bama Second best do.

Best pen 10 fat Wethers

Second best do.

Be-t pen of 10 Lambs Second best do. lhird best do

Best pen of 10 Ewe Tegs

Second best do. Third best do.

Best pt n of 10 Ewes that have reared

lambs this season Second best do.

Ä. B.-Only two prizes will be given

for Barn Lambs and Tegs unless there are five pens of e»oh shown.

CATTLE.

Best Bull 2 0 Second best do. 1 0 BeBt Cow , 2 0 Second best do. 1 0 Best fat beast 2 0 Second best do. 1 0

PIGS.

Best Bear 1 0 Best Sow 1 0

IMPLEMENTS.

Best Reaping or Mowing Machine £.5 0 Best Agricultural Implements that

have not had a prize at a previous

Meeting 3 0

COEN.

Best Back of three bu*hels of "Wheat

grown in the district 1 0 Second best do. 0 10

Non-members showing Stock or Im- plements for the above prizes, to pay an entrance fee of £1 before entering the

Show Ground.

Members whose subscriptions are two years in arrears cannot be permitted to exercise any of the privileges of the So-

ciety.

All the Sheep exhibited except wetbers

to be shown in their wool.

The parties showing Lambs are re- quested to send their ages to the Hon. Secretary on or before the morning oí

the Meeting.

No prize will be awarded for any Stock or Implements where there is only one exhibited, unless strongly recommended by the Judges as worthy of a prize.

Persons intending to show Stock will be pleased to notify the same to the Hon. Secretary as early as possible, to enable him to have sufficient pens ready.

All Stock shown for prizes must be' penned not later than half-past 9 a.m.

The yearling Colts and Fillies must

not exceed 15 months.

The show of Stock will commence at 10 a.m. The Dinner at 1 p.m., and the Meeting of the Members of the Society at f-pasfc 3 p.m.

The Hon. Secretary earnestly requests those Members who are in arrears to pay their subscriptions without delay as funds are required. The following gentlemen are requested to act as Judges. For Horses - Messrs. A. Lee Steere, J. Cr. Thompson, S. P. Phillips, W. L. Brock- man. Sheep and Cattle-Messrs. J. H. Monger, "W. M. Parser, W. Padbury, Jas. Broun. Implements and Corn Messrs. J. Seabrook, Jos. Hardey, and S.

S. Parker.

J. W. PARKER,

Hon. Secretary. York, July 29,1868.

Notice to all Concerned

THE Cattle described below have been

driven in from the runs on the Dale of Mr. Edward Doncon, Beverley, and are supposed to be certain cattle made over under a Bill of Sale by Mr. Thomas Ottway, of Beverley, in favor of Mr. H. Saw, of Perth, and now for sale by private contract :

1 English bull, branded A 7 cows, branded G- L

1 red cow, in calf, branded like (x L,

blotched.

1 cow branded T Y

1 young cow, and* 1 calf, red, with white spots ; no brand.

1 young bull, red, with white stripes ;

no brand.

1 white heifer in calf, red spots j no"

brand.

1 young heifer, red and white; no

brand.

Any person having a better claim to the unbranded cattle, and the red cow with blotched brand, may have them .on application and payment of lawful ex-

penses,

HENRY SAW.

Perth, 17th August, 1868. [17s. 6d.

DRIVEN in from my run on the Dale,

6 yearling calves, unbranded. The owner may have them on payment of all expenses. If not claimed will be sold to

pay expenses.

EDWARD DONCON.

Beverley, 17th August, 1868. [7s.

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BROUGHT in -with my mares, and now

in my paddock, a Grey Mare, brand resembling a heart in shape on near side of neck, about 14 hands high, has a young foal by her side. If not claimed within the time allowed by law, will be sold to

pay expenses.

E. MARTIN.

Baylup, 18th Aug., 1868. [7s. 6d.

Notice.

-«.

A MEETING- will be held at the Castle

Hotel, York, on SATURDAY, 26th August, at 1 p.m., to take into consider- ation the fencing of the Race Course. A large attendance is particularly íeques

ted.

SAMUEL E. BURGES, Jtjn.

Hon. Secretary. York, August 19,1868.

To Ooyer.

é ' TTOPEFUL" will stand at the

JlL stables of the undersigned at

Two Guineas a Mare, three or more Mares ¿81 15s. each.

" Hopeful " was got by the Carriage Horse "Hopetul," imported by T. Fawcett, Esq., out of a thorough-bred Mare, and is well adapted to breed for exportation.

A Paddock for a limited number of Mares at 2s. per week ; but no responsi-

bility.

FREDERICK MORRELL, Northam, August 14,1868.

NOTICE.

IMPOUNDED in the Public Pounds at

v Geraldton, on the 1st Instant-One Iron Grey Filly, stands about 15 hands high, and is supposed to be about 3 years old, has three black points, off fore foot slightly grey, branded something like MO blotched on near side. If not claimed within the time allowed by law, will be -sold to defray expenses.

JOSEPH DYER,

Pound-keeper. Geraldton, 3rd Aug., 1808. [9s. 6d.

STOLEN or Strayed from Dwalganup,

near the Blackwood, about May last, a Bay Mare, about 14| hands, small star in forehead, very slightly pigeon toed, branded G.S. which resembles 95, had on No. 3 bell with valise strap. Any one giving information, or delivering the same to the undersigned will be liberally

rewarded.

PEMBERTON WALCOTT.

Dwalganup, Banbury, Aug. 11, 1868.

FOB SALE, OB TO BE LET

FOR THE SEASON.

THE Colonial Clydesdale Horse ROB

ROY is for Sale or to be let for the Season. This celebrated horse took

the first prizes awarded to Cart Stallions at the Toodyay and Victoria Plains Agri- cultural Society's shows during the past three years.

For terms apply to

DONALD MACPHERSON,

Glentromie, Victoria Plains. August 15, 1868.

TO O ÜB STIBSOBIBBBS

AND AD VEB TISEBS

IN THE

York and Northam Districts.

It is requested that all those ioho find their Accounts lately forwarded from this Office to be incorrect, will send us the receipts they have received from the late Agent, Mb. Thomas Bailey, to be used for proof of debt against hhn, after which they shall be re

turned to their owners.

" Perth Gazette Se W. A Times" Office, \

Perth, August 20, 1868. >

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