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TENDERS, in duplicate, w 11 be re-
ceived at this Office Until NOON on
THtJRSDAY NEXT, the 1st proximo, for supplying and fixing certain Gutter- ing and stack pipes at the Water Closets of the New Pensioner Barracks. Also, for the performance of certain Brickwork for Cesspits and Drains at the same placs» The Contractor for the latter work will have to find labor, and all materials except lime.
Other necessary information can be obtained on reference to the Clerk of the
Works who' will exhibit the specifications.
Tenderers to write the words " Tender
for Guttering or Brickwork" as the case may be, on the envelopes enclosing their
V. W. C. HAWKINS,
Assistant Commissary General. Perth, W. A., 25th July, 1867.
Colonial Secretary's Office,
Perth, 24th July, 1864.
TENDERS (in duplicate) endorsed
" Tenders for Roofing," will be re- ceived at this Office until noon of MON- DAY, the 29th instant, from persons willing to undertake the work required
in the construction of a Roof over the
yard at the rear of the New Government
House at Perth.
Plans and Specification may be seen and all particulars obtained on applica-
tion at the Office of the Clerk of Works at Perth.
The Government do not bind them- selves to accept the lowest or any tender, and will require the guarantee of two responsible persons for the due perform-
ance of the Contract.
Forms of Tender may be had on appli- cation to the various Resident Magis- trates, and at the Public Offices, Perth, and no tender will be entertained unless rendered on the prescribed form.
By His Excellency's Command,
FRED. P. BARLEE,
Colonial Secretary. For Melbourne Direct«
THE clipper schooner
will sail for the above port on _or about Wednesday, the 31st. instant. For freight or passage apply to CAPO?. GIBSON, or
J. & W. BATEMAN,
Agents. Fremantle, July 22,1867.
SALE BY AUCTION.
IE. T. ' SMITH
WILL sell by Auction at bis rooms, Hay
Street, on Wednesday, 31st inst. STATIONERY, Ironmongery, Cane
bottomed Chairs, Crockery, and a quantity of sundries.
TERMS A T SALE.
Sale to commence at Eleven. 23rd July, 1867.
IMPORTANT SALE of PURE-BRED
SHORTHORNS of the WORLD RENOWNED BUTTERFLY BLOOD.
DALMAHOY CAMPBELL and Co. in conjunction with KAYE, BUTCH ART, and Co., are favored with instructions from those celebrated breeders, Messrs. Morton Brothers and Leach (who are re- turning to England), to SELL by AUC- TION, without the slightest reserve, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, at their farm, Mount Derrimut, near Melbourne,
The whole of their magnificent herd of pure-bred SHORTHORN CATTLE, com- prising
The imported Butterfly bull ROYAL
BUTTERFLY, 6th (18,757) 12 YOUNG BULLS,
54 COWS and HEIFERS,
And their increase up to Nov. 5.
Coates's Herd Book, complete, in 16 vols.
The members of this herd are all imported or bred from imported ires an d darna of the highest most fashionable, and best blood obtainable in England, and are entered in Coates's English herd Book ; the fi st importation being LORD RAGLAN (18,241) and Jl STAMINE, in January, 1856, for which an offer of 1000 guineas was refused. More recently additions have been made to the herd of the following imported cows, vii. :-APRIL FLOW Ht, by Col. Towneley's pjize bull Richard Cceur-de-Leon ; MA- TILDA, of the Lax and booth blood ; ROAN SUMME Í TON, a combination of Town eley and Bates'a best blood, and R08A, bred by Messrs. Morton, SkeLmergh-hall England, the breeders of Lord Raglan (13,241). ROYAL BUTTERFLY blXTH (18,757), has been used in the herd during the last five years. He is a grandson of the late Mr. Ware's 1200 guinea bull, the famous Masher Butterfly (13,311), and sou of Col. Towneley's still more noted Royal Butterfly (16.882), and Venilia's Butterfly, thereby con- centrating in Royal Butterfly Sixth in a pre-eminent de- gree the very best of shorthorn blood. The heifers are mostly by him. and the cows in calf to him. FREDER- ICK'S CADET (19,785), a recent importation, also bred by Colonel Towneley, and of the mateh ess " Barmpton Eose tribe," is beine used to the heifera this season. This unique and unrivalled herd has never been attacked by any disease. Its member* are remarkable for hardiness oi con- stitution, prolific breeding, early maturity, and grand Style, with hair and touch uidicative of rare quality. The whole are in fine healthy b-eeding condition, have never been pampered, nor any of the females even housed during the past four years ; therefore they are thoroughly accli- matised. That the Australian climate is well adapted for the shorthorn is shown by the fact of animals bred from this herd in the colony having in the showyard competed successfully against the best imported stock. Asa proof of the high value set on this pure blood by breeders, the Young Royal Butterfly bulls, five months old and upwards, have averaged, by auction sale at Melbourne for the past
three years, £95 Is. 4d. each. No inducement would have §revafled upon the proprietors to dispose of this valuable
erd, collected by them regardless ofexpense; but family arrangements compel their return to england. Therefore, its unreserved dispersion will afford an opportunity never before offered in the Southern hemisphere of obtaining the nucleus for forming a valuable and select herd, or of add- ing the purest blood to herds dready ioruied.
Catalogues of pedigrees, with full particulars, prizes obtained, &e., may be had on application to the auction- eers, Bourke-street, Meloourne; or the owners, Messrs. Morton Brothers and Leach, Mount Derrimut, Maidstone, near Melbourne, on or after the 1st day of August.
N.B.-The bull Frederick's Cadet (19,7t>5) is kept for the service of a number of shorthorns, the offspring of carefully selected and well-bred colonial cows j and will be Bold with this lot early in January.
H. T. 0UGDEN,
j?%k . TJEMOVED opposite Mr. J. Summers'
£fc Coach-building Establishment, and
..next door to Mr. T. Smith's Auction -.Boome, Hay Street, Perth.
Valuable Beal Property
LIONEL SAMSON &
ARE instructed by the Mortgagee (under
a power of Sale,) to sell by Public auction, at THEIR ROOMS, FREMANTLE, at NOON on THURSDAY, the 15TH of AUGUST NEXT,
THE following very VALUABLE PRO-
PERTY belonging to MR. JOHN WELLARD, the Mortgagor, viz :
All those "Fremantle lots Nos. 80 and 81" situate in High Street and Henry Street, with the commodious House known as the "Royal Hotel," and the Butcher's Shop, Stables, and other buildings there- on, now in the occupation of Mr. Wel- lard. These premises are well adapted
"Swan Location No. 61," containing 1096 acres, on the shores of Melville Water and Canning River; and Loca- tion 74 Swan River," containing 784 acres, situate near Points Waylen and Dundas, Melville Water. These two loca- tions comprise 1880 acres, of fine Paddock, with the Slaughter-house, and all neces- sary buildings for a butchering establish- ment, and several acres of good market garden land, with a large vineyard in
"Cockburn Sound Locations 56, 57, and 70," containing together 30 acres, and situate about there quarters of a mile from the Fremantle and Bunbury
" Cockburn Sound Location No. 96," containing 10 acres, situate about a quarter of a mile south of locations 56
" Cockburn Sound Location No. 41," containing 10 acres, situate on the Fre- mantle and Bunbury road, about one
and a half mile from Fremantle.
The North-east half of "Fremantle Building Allotments Nos. 185, and 186" situate in Norfolk Street, known as Mr. Wellard's Cottage premises.
The North-east half of "Fremantle
Building Lot No. 193," situate in Suffolk
"Fremantle Building Lot No. 482," situate in High Street and Queen Square.
"Cockburn Sound Location" No. 5, containing 113 acres, situate on the Fre-
mantle and Clarence road.
For terms and conditions of Sale apply
G. F. STONE,
Solicitor, Perth. July 19, 1867.
A. Y. WEBEDEN & Co.
±54= and 155 Houndsditch, London, N.E., and 59 Edg- baston Street, Birming-
ham ; 122 Rue St. Martin, Paris.
CALL the attention of Merchants and
Shopkeepers of Western Australia, who feel desirous to import direct from England, that they keep large assort- ments of American and English Clocks, Silver and Gold Watches, Jewelry of every description, Mechanical Toys, Musi- cal Boxes, Concertinas, and a variety of Musical Instruments, Hardware and Cut- lery, Cabinet Ware, Papier Maché Trays and Tables; Meerchaum, Briar, and other Pipes ; Pictures, Oil Paintings, Engravings, Bohemian and Fancy Glass, China and Persian Goods, Guns, Pistols, and a quantity of goods suitable for the
All orders addressed to the above firm, or sent through their agent at Perth IVEr. H. Seeligson-will meet with
Importer of* Grold and Sil-
ver Watches, Jewelry,
and G-eneral 3VCer- -
ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH.
(Nearly opposite the Collegiate School.)
IS prepared to conduct Business on any
scale in the above line, on most reasonable terms. Wholesale and retail.
The following goods received by the last mail from England, comprising Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver Alberts and Chains, Lockets, Gold and Silver Earrings and Brooches, Jet Ear- rings and Brooches in great variety ; Wedding, Keeper, and Signet Rings, Gold Scarf Pins, &c, &c, «fee.
Agent tor Messrs. A. V. Wee^den, & Co., General Merchants, 154 and 155, Houndsditch, London ; 59, Edgbaston St., Birmingham; and 122, Rue St. Martin, Paris.
Perth, July 23rd, 1867.
PO TJISTD .
A SUM OF MONEY, on the Fremantle
Road. Apply at the Office of this
JLiost or Strayed,
FROM Newcastle, about seven months
since-one large red cow,' branded on rump TF conjoined ; has a bell on fastened with a strap. One red and white cow, branded M on rump, with horn growing down close to cheek. One strawberry Steer, ; one brindle steer ; one red and white bull about ten months old ; one small red heifer, all branded on rump W. A reward of one pound (£1) will be
paid to any person giving such informa- tion as may lead to their recovery by
J. A. WROTH,
24th July, 1867.
This Evening, (Eriday) July 26th.
(MRS. GEORGE CASE) and
MR. GEORGE CASE.
WILL make their first appearance in
Fremantle at the
New Odd-Fellows' Hall,
On FRIDAY evening, July 26.
Front seats, 5s. ; Second seats, 3s.
Doors open at 7^. To commence at 8.
THE LAST PERFORMANCE.
First production of that favorite
From Abroad and at Home.
TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 30TH;
MECHANICS' HALL, PERTH.
(MRS. GEORGE CASE)-and
MR. GEORGE CASE
Respectfully announce their last perform-
ance as above, on which occasion they will present the most favorite charac- ters from Mrs. George Case's exten- sive repertoire.
Raised Seats, 4s. ; Front Seats, 3s. ; Back seats, 2s. ; Children, half-price. Doors open at half-past 7 ; to commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be secured at at the " Inquirer" Ofiice.
(MRS. GEORGE CASE), and MR. GEORGE CASE
Will appear at the Guildford Me-
ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 31ST,
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Reserved Seats, 4s. ; Body of the Hall, 3s.
Commence at 8 o'clock.
(MRS. GEORGE CASE),
NEW YORK HOTEL,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
AUGUST 2ND and 3RD.
Prices Low and Terms Easy,
ONE ton and a half prime Harness,
Kip, and Sole Leather.
A shipment of Vasse Timber " shortly to arrive," consisting of Mahogany Scant- ling, various sizes and widths, Sawn Shingles and Laths. Tuart Scantling, Spokes, Felloes, &c, &c.
A respectable single man as groom, to live in the house, possessing all necessary qualifications, and none need apply with-
A free man will be perferred, or if bond, must be able by previous conduct to obtain from his authority a " general pass."
In trade, 3 or 4 first class horses for carriage and chaise purposes.
Pair of good Cobs, not less than 14
A. DELEECH. Perth, W.A. 24th July, 2867.
TO BE LET OS SOLD.
THE Premises at Mill Point,
South Perth. Enquire of S. U. STOTTER, Perth.
In the Supreme Court,)
In Insolvency. j
In the Matter of Daniel O'Grady, an
NOTICE is hereby given, that His
Honor the Chief Justice has this
day received from the Ofiicial Assignee an account of the above Estate, and plan for distribution, and the same is now open at my Ofiice, Perth, for the in- spection of creditors duting ofiice hours, until the 7th day of August next. Dated Perth, the 23rd July, 1867.
A. H. STONE,
5s. 3d.] Ofiicial Assignee. In the Supreme Court, )
In Insolvency. j
In the Matter of William Hogan, of the Albany Road, Farmer, an Insolvent.
NOTICE is hereby given that by order
of this date under the hand of His Honor the Chief Justice, the Estate of the above Insolvent is placed under se- questration in the hands of the Ofiicial Assignee, until the same shall in manner required by the Insolvent Ordinance of 1856, be adjudged to be sequestered. Dated, Perth, the 24th day of July,
A. H. STONE,
5s. 6d.] Ofiicial Assignee.
THE imported Clydesdale Horse
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, with- out 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 terms as above.
DONALD MACPHERSON. Glentromie, Victoria Plains, )
July 20,1867. j
BEOTTGHT in from the run of the
undersigned, and now in our in closure,-a bay gelding, hind feet white, and small star in forehead ; about thirteen and a half hands high, four years old, no
brand visible. The owner can have the
same by paying expenses. If it is not claimed it will be sold as provided by
W. &. H. WILLIAMS,
8s. 6d.] Herdsman's Lalee.