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Month of July.
fTIHE Adelaide Steam
JL ship Company (Limi- ted) will despatch steamers _»as under :
ALBANY, Saturday, July 17th, 5 p.m., for Derby, via Geraldton, ¿harks' Bay, Gascoyne, Ashburton, and Cossaok.
Local Manager. Fremantle, July 5,1886.
STEAlA TO ALBANY, via BUNBURY
With Junk English Mails,
rpHE Adelaide Steam JL 3hip Company (Limi- ted), will despatch as un
PERTH, Friday, July 16th, 3.30 p.m.
Local Manager. "Fremantle. July 2.1886.
T EAM FROM THE EASTERN COLONIES
Q.S VICTORIAN or Ö FRANKLIN, from Mel-
bourne, Saturday, July 17, _?Adelaide,Wednesday. July 21, for| Fremantle, via Albany, Vasse, Bunbury, transhipping cargo at Fremantle for Gerald- ton and for North ports.
JAMES LILLY, Local Manager Fremantle, June 22,1886._
STEAM TO ADELAIDE AND MEL- BOURNE, via BUNBURY VASSE AND
THE Adelaide Steamship Com-
pany (Limited) will despatch
steamers as under :
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN, Tuesday, July 20, at 4 p.m., weather and jetty accommodation permitting.
Fremantle. July 5, 1886_
»ORTH-WESTERN PORTS THROUGH TO LONDON VIA ALBANY PER P. & 0.
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS.
I "P HE Adelaide Steamship JL Company (Limited) are open to convey Wool, Sholls _»&c, &c, on THROUGH FREIGHTS as above, granting through bille of lading at and from coastal port of ship«
JAMES LILLY. \
Fremantle, Jannary 31st, 1885._
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
THE fine Brigantine M. A. DORAN, 316 tons, now dis- charging a cargo of coals 'from Newcastle, N.S.W., is open »for employment. Apply to
W. D. MOORE & CO.
Fremantle, 6th July, 1886. _
PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM
NAVIGATION COM* ANY.
fTIHE Company a Steamers JL will be despatched wifh Her Majesty's mails as fellows for London diieet via Colombo
4483 41P9 4752
June 29 July 13 July 27
Leave | Leave
July! July 15 July 29
Passengers and cargo booked to London. Marseilles, Italy, Egypt, India, China, and Japan, at moderate rates. Return tickets is- sued both to first and sncondclass passengers at especially low ratos. Cheap reserved accom- modation can be obtained in this Company's vessels. For further information, apply to
W. D. MOORE & CO., Agenta.
Fremantle. Sept. 23rd. 1884_ STEAM FROM LONDON \o FRE-
MANTLE IN 50 DAYS.
kLRECT Steamers will
leave London in January, Apbil, July ? October, and at frequent intervals whenever sufficient cargo is obtain
Moderate rates of Freights.
Special arrangements for small parcels at 6d. per lb. Also fast iron sailers dispatched from London monthly.
For particulars as to rates of freight an passage aoply to
W. D. MOORE & CO. 1 p,B_a_f
G. SHENTON \ »»«» and to C. BETHELL & CO.Í Tn"*n" TRINDER ANDERSON & CO. i Lonüon'
STEAM BETWEEN LONDON AND FRE
MANTLE via SINGAPORE.
The S S NATAL is now
running regularly be-
tween ¿INGAPORE and FREMANTLE, via Cos sack, Ashburton, Gas -# coyne, Shark's Bay, and Geraldton, ana connects at Singapore with steamers to and from LONDON, CALCUT- TA, and CHINA.
Goods and Passengers booked at through rates between London, Calcutta, Hong- kong, Foochow, and all West Australian
The Natal will call at Batavia or other ports n Java if sufficient inducement offers.
The attention of merchants is called to the facilities afforded by this steamer for importing al Eastern »irodnce. To ports north of Fre- mantle she affords the ment expeditious means of importing goods from Edgland.
Passengers will find this a convenient and pleasant ronte between Europe and Australia, as they can arrange to break the journey at Singapore without extra passage money being , charged, thus enabling them to visit India and
For particulars as to rate3 ot freight or pas age apply to
W. D. MOORE & CO.; 7
G. SHENTON, V Fremantle. and C BETHELL & CO. 1 Tn"an"
TRINDER, ANDERSON & CO f lj0naon
APCAR & CO., Calcutta.
JARDINE. MATHESON & CO., Hong Kong
LONDON LINE to FRE-
MANTLE, CHAMPION BAY? and PORTS inN. _W. AUSTRALIA. Chas. Bethell & Co. will despatch first-class STEAMERS and SAILING VESSELS at frequent intervals»
The following regular traders forra part of
Name of Vessel
West Australian Lady Douglas Chiaelhurat B?wa
572 590 350 454 459
STEAMERS leave in the Months ot JANUARY, APRIL, JULY, and OCTO BEE. and at other dates as the trade way
For particulars of freight or passage, apply to
C. BETHELL & CO,
110 FenchurclwSt, London W. D. MOOEE & CO Fremantle. LONDON TO FREMANTLE
LOWEST BATES OF FRETCHT.
SAÍLING SHIPS ALWAYS on the BERTH STEAMEBS1 AT D1TES TO SUIT IMPORT-
We invite the support of Mer-
chants to ear efforts to devel epe the Shipping trade «nth the »olonj by steam and sail Any suggestions from importers as to rates, dates of despatch &c , will reseive
TRINDER, ANDERSON & Co ,
4 St Mary Axe London, E C ,
Perth and Fremantle
Steamers and vessels belonging to the above Line will be despatched as under for Fre-
October 1 October 25 Not. 1
LANDED UNDER TEN DAYS.
rjlHE Adelaide Steam JL ship Company (Limit- ed) will despatch steamers
ALBANY, Saturday, July 17, at 5 p.m.
Local Manager. Fremantle. July 5.1886._
LIGHTER FOR SALE.
The undersigned have for sale a First-Class LIuHTER,
Length of keel 50 ft. Beam 16 "
_ Depth of hold 6 " 6 in.
Quite new and well found. Delivery can be had immediately.
For further particulars as to construction and outfit. Apply to
_ T. & H. CARTER & CO.
BARQUE COORANG FROM ADELAIDE.
CONSIGNEES are requested to PRESENT BILLS LADING and
^ PAY FREIGHT per above vessel. No orders for delivery will be given 5b» until above conditions have been complied with.
The Ship will not be responsible for goods after delivery has been made on the wharf.
T.&H. CARTER & CO.
Agents. Fremantle. June 28,1886.
lue West Australian Shipping
W. MARDEN, ESQ.,
14 FENCHURCH STREET, LONDON, E.C.
THIS Association despatch
es vessels from London to Fremantle at regular and frequent intervals, First Class Ships, Moderate Rates, Prompt Despatches.
J. W. BATEMAN,
Fremantle 15th December, 1885_
VESSEL ON BERTH AT MELBOURNE.
H E Clipper Schooner
Raehel Cohen" is now
loading at Melbourne for Fre-
Freight Pound on wharf.
Importers are requested to wire orders early.
T. & H. CARTER & CO.,
Agents. CHEAP FREIGHT TO COSSACK.
THE, barque " Sepia," nsw
discharging, will be ready in a few days to tate _ in CARGO for COSSACK at a freight of 20s. per ton at and from ship's slings
W. D. MOORE & CO.,
Agents. STEAM TO CHAMPION BAï.
THE Adelaide Steamship
Company (Limited) will despatch steamers from Fre-
mantle as under :
PERTH, Sunday, July 25, at 11 a.m.
PERTH, Sunday, August 8, at 11 a m.
FrenianHe July 12,1886._
STEAM TO NORTH-WEST AS FAR AS
«V_Ik rpHE Adelaide Steamship
iV"^x. 1*^ -*- Company /"Limited), to ^gySjjJ^^ pive increased facilities to the '^^SSÛS-HISsi?Northern trade, have decided to place the steamship " ALBANY," in con- junction with the steamship " OTWAY "
ALBANY sails SATURDAY. July 17, at 5 pm. Cargo received Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Fremantle, July 5,1886._.
FOR DERBY DIRECT.
j - rriHE three masted Fcliooner
fejfc^ X "IRIS," F. E. Shaw,
.vM3^t-vN.niaster, will soil for the above 'mW^ P°rt on TUESDAY, 20th inst
K master, will soil for the above * port on TUESDAY, 20th inst £4íp¿3p5ír (weather permitting.) Has room .*tiruu¿£?^£í*- for a limited quantity ot cargo and a few passengers. Early application necessary to
J. & W. BATEMAN, Agents. Fremantle, July 9,1836.
CUSTOMS, SHIPPING AND RAILWAY
Near Railway Station, Fremantle.
GOODS CLEARED and all
Port Business transacted
.^iPßft&^promptly, on receipt of shipping !¿^áhass« documents.
Goods Delivered Immediatelt and for- warded DIRECT.
Russell, Reid & Dickson, Timber Merohts. J. C. Genbers & Co., Wholesale Saddlers
Scrtmgodr & Sons, Label Printers and
Calder & Balfour, Biscuit Manufacturers
ON SALE, PURE AUSTRALIAN WINES.
These Wines were awarded a Certificate of Merit at th« recent W. A. Exhibition, and were specially commended by the Judges.
CALDER & BALFOURS BISCUITS.
The best in the market. These b'scuits also received a Certificate of Merit, and are approved by all who have tried them.
The New Bar Frame Hue, superior to any other. Comb Honey packed by the bees them- selves ready for delivery in pound boxes.
Books and Beekeepers Appliances.
GEO. SCRYMGOUR, Near Railway
Station, Fremantle, and care of Mercantile Agency Company, Hiibsrood's Buildir.es, Perth.
W. A. C. CO.
CONSTANTLY INCREASING BUSINESS has induced the PAR- CELS DELIVERY and FORWARD ING AGENCY, by enlarging tkeir plant and apliances, to make further provision for their customers in the CARRYING TRADE, and while thanking them for past support, the Proprietors notify that in future the business will be carried on under the name of the WEST AUSTRALIAN CARRYING COMPANY AND PARCELS EXPRESS. The disad- vantage at which merchants and others are placed in sending goods through several hands-and the con- sequent uncertainty as to who is re- sponsible - is entirely obviai ed by sending through the W. A. CARRY- ING CO., who guarantee UNDI- VIDED RESPONSIBILITY till goods are delivered to consignee. CARE AND ATTENTION on the part of the varions AGENTS AT THE PRINCIPAL RAILWAY STATIONS, PROMPT DELIVERY of all consignments forwarded through them, as well as REASONABLE RATES. FURNITURE CARE FULLY REMOVED by txperieneed
AGENTS IN ADELAIDE AND
SHIPS IN HARBOUR.
Ribstone, barque 397 tons, Neave, master
Cingalee, barque, 339 tons, Pringle, master Eliza Blanche, brig, 170 tons, laid up
Spirit of the South, barque, 517. tons, Mac-
Flowerdale, schooner, 113 tons, Barker
Argo, schooner, laid up
Mary Smith, schooner, 161 tons, laid up Alfred Hawley, barque, 420 tons. Amur, laid up.
Alma, schooner, 40 tons. Owen, master Electra, schooner. O'Grady, master Airlie, schooner, Knight, master
Sepia, barque, 697 tons.C. Mainland, master Otago, barque, Falconer, master
Star Queen, barque, 264 tens, Abbot, master Altair, barque, 399 tons. Munro, master
Chiselhurst, barque, 353 tons, Beckett,
Otway. s.S., Pincombe, master
Iris, schooner, Shaw, master, from Singa-
Belle of Bunbury, sohooner, Miller, master M. A. Doran, brigantinc
Annie Agnes, schooner. Neil Johnson,maste Minnie, schooner, Pentilla, master
MAIL TIME TABLE.
Closes at General Post Office, Perth
Overland ; Friday,'July 23, at 11 a m Closes at General Post Office, Fremantle
Overland : Friday, July 23, at 8.45 a m Expected at General Post Office, Perth,
Per P. &0. steamer
Thursday, July 22
Closes at General Post Office, Perth
Per Rob Roy : Friday, July 16, at 12.30 pm Closes at Post Office, Fremantle
PerlRob Roy : Friday, July 16, at 12.30 pm Expected at General Post Office,
Per P. and O. Steamer
Saturday, July 17 Saturday, July 31
The English mails to be despatched on the 2nd and 16th July will be due in London on the 9th and 23rd August._
G1 GH G1 G1
P. A. GUGERI,
Has just Received ex " Ariadne " and
S.S. " Yeoman,
-OONSieTINQ- OF -
CRAWFORD'S WHISK ¥
PRIORATO PORT-Special natural wine
CHATEAU BELAIR CLARET CHATEAU LA ROSE DO. CHATEAU LA TOUR DO. CHATEAU MABGAUX DO. BURGUNDY WINES BEAUNE
SPARKLING HOCK in pints and quarts MOET & CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE PETROT BONNET'S DO. CLIQUOT DO.
BURKE'S 3 Stab IRISH WHISKEY DTJNVILLE'S DO. KINAHAN'S DO.
To Arrive Ex " Altair" GUINNESS' STOUT
BASS' ALE, BOTH BULL DOGBRAND
Also On Hand. CIGARS-UNIVERSO
PREMIER SMOKE SEVILLANOS.
Prices from £4 17s. Gd Per Thousand.
A Consignment of 60 Cases of COOLALTA CLARET, COOLALTA HOCK. .
In Quarts and Pints. From Co^lalta Vineyard, Branxton, Hunter River, New South Wales. Most Superb Wines. Highly
HENNESSY'S THREE STAR BRANDY.
A few Cases just to hand. P, A. GUGERI,
HOWICK STREET, PERTH,
OPPOSITE THE TOWN HALL.
W. D. MOORE & GO.
EING the acaroditod agents _ for the _' undermentioned Companies and Mercantile houses, are prepared to under- take business in their respective interests, and to arranee indenting on favorable
British and Australasian Trust and Loan Co., Loudon. Advances on Free- hold Property.
London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., London. Fire risks at enrrent rates
North British Floor Cloth Co., Lima. Kircaldy, Floor Cloths, &c, of every
Messrs. Pilkington Brothers, St. Hel- ens, Lancashire. Manufacturers of Plate
and Sheet Glass.
Messrs W. Bain & Co., Lochrin Iron Works, Edinburgh. Makers of the Pat-
ent " Corrimony " Fencing. Patent Steel,
wire and Standards.
Messrs. M. B. Foster & Sons, London. Beer Bottlers. Celebrated Bugle Brand
Messrs. Cooper & McLeod, Castle Brewery,Edinburgh. Bulkana Bottled
Messrs. John Hall & Sons, London. Gunpowder and Blasting Powder of all
Messrs. Robert Millar & Sons, Mont- rose, Timber Merchants. Sawn and Manufacturad Timber of every descrip-
Messrs. Betz & Jay, Rotterdam. Dutch
Messrs-Curcier Freres, London & Char- ente. Celebrated Courvoiser Brandies.
Peninsula & Oriental Steam Naviga- tion Company. Fremantle Agency.
Messro. Cha«. Bethell & Co.'s Lino of Steam uid Sailing Ships from London.
Messrs. R. W. Cameron & Co., New Tork. Diamond Kerosene and other American goods.
The Walter Heywood Chair Co., New Y ork. Chairs of every description.
Messrs. Perry Davis & Son, New York
Celebrated Pam Killer.
Fremantle. 21st March, 1885.
Rfc^ MAGICAL IN ITS EFFECTS ä^a^in all Affections of the Lung» d<B(PW- aaA Chest, Asthma, Bron l^M^ehltî>» Difficult Breathing, ÍJJ^bl^^í^^B^Consttinptíon.Cough», Expector*nt^qfl|flfe|^Colds, Hooping now in use. A^j0jjNffih^Cough,Cronp, dose relieves, a ^MyXifck &c- **? bottle often cores. ^Qif^MtW^. .£.
Price, l».lfcl.*a». 9d*^VgHnfctij^
AU Chmitti and Stor?kttper$^%GXn*
WHOLES*« MOM ^%UJyÄ HOOK«, TOMR8ITT A 00.. «UfflM.^f
GRAND Opportunity for Speculators
and others seeking a sound invest- ment, to Secure 120 ACRES in 1 block ad- joining the City of Perth, with frontages to three Government main roa Is. Terms Easy. Apply to
May 26._Hay Street, Perth.
JARTIES wishing- to purchase apply to
W. PATERSON, Perth.
Or JAMES MANNING, Fremantle,
SWAN SOAP AND CANDLE COMPANY
T^TOTICE is hereby given that .131 the above Company will be prepared to receive TALLOW en and after AUGUST 1,1886.
Secretary. Fremantle, 8th June, 1886.
I BEG respectfully to acquaint my CUS-
TOMERS and the STORE-KEEPERS «f Western Australia generally, that on and after JULY 1st, next, the terms upon which Dairy Produce, (Butter. Cheesf, Bacon Hams, Lard, &c.) and also Flour, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Oats and Chaff will be supplied by me will be strictly ONE MONTH. The terms fer general Groceries &c. remain as heretofore.
H. G. MENKENS.
Wholesale Produce Merchant and
Perth and Fremantle. Jane 8,188(1
PIKE & OWEN,
LICENSED TO SURVEY IN NEW SOUTH
WALES AND VICTORIA.
Specially Licensed Under Torrens Act
in New South Wales.
90, PITT STREET, SYDNEY.
, Temporary Address in W.A.-GUILDFORD 1 ROAD, Via GUILDFORD.
Surveyors to the Swan River Land Company
OPENED THIS DAY.
NEW GOODS ! ! NEW GOODS ! ! !
Ex s.s. "ELDERSLIE."
OUR WINTER STOCK has been further
increased by a large and varied assort- ment of DRAPERY, ex s.s. Elderslie, con- sisting of :
Ladies and Childrens Underclothing, Black
Figured Satin, Black and Printed Sa- teens, Fancy Prints, Beaded Jerseys, Aprons, Aigrettes, Lace Flonncings, Fichus, and Beaded Frontlets, Mack- intosh Cloaks and Umbrellas, Boots and Shoes, Babies Hoods and Cloaks, And now Landing ex "MINERO,"
GENERAL GROCERIES, GALVANIZED
IRON, &c" &c.
GFORGE & £. C. SHENTOX,
14th July, 1886.
rflHE undersigned have on SALE
50,000 MURRAY SHINGLES.
Price 21s. delivered, Fremantle Railway Station or River Jetty. S3SK
T. & H CARTER à CO.
~RS. WESTWOOD begs to announce _ that she will attend at PERTH on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS to give SINGING LESSONS from 2 to 4-30 p.m.
Prospectuses, etc., Brinsmead & Co., Perth, or Mrs. Westwood, Norfolk Street, Fre- mantle_
THIS Publie School aims at providing a
Sound Education based on Religion. FEES -.-Day Boys from JÊ9 a year.
Boarders from ¿£52 a year.
Apply to the Head Master for prospectus
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
THIS School has secured the assistance
of a lady educated on the Continent. Terms for Boarders, £45 per annum.
Payments Quarterly, in advmce. A Quarter's notice before the removal of a
Visitor and Referee-The Venerable the Archdeacon. "*?-"_
References also kindly permitted to
Dean of Perth
(The late Residence of Major Sutherland.)
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL
Day anti Boarding School.
THE REV. ISAAC T. WALTON
(Parian Exhibitioner and Theological Honor
Sup< We BA(
The object of this School is to prepare Boy
for Business and the Professions.
Apply for prospectus
N.B.-The school will open on Tuesday,
DANCING AND DEPORTMENT.
J. M. XáíSXíir,
(Late of Adelaide.)
Intends opening CLASSES for the
TUITION of the above on FRIDAY,
JUNE 4th, in the
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, HOWICK ST
and each successive Friday.
Elementary Pupils at 7 p.m.
Class at 8 p.m.
Juveniles' Class on Satuiday at 3 p.m.
Schools and Private Families by ar-
For Terms apply class or address
Hay Street, Perth.
NC WI J.
T DO NOT INTEND TO BUi
A PIANOFORTE before 1 see the LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF MAGNIFICENT PIANO - FORTES landing Ex Mineio, con- sisting of the well-known Piano- fortes by Ascherberg, of Dresden, and other distinguished makers.
AUCTION will take place at the COLONIAL FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, BARRACK ST., early in AUGUST.
Due Notice will be Given as
Further intimation of English
Furniture & Knick-Knacks
will be given.
Ï BA Li
Brooks Shoobridge & Co.
GRAYS, ESSEX, MANUFACTURERS. THE Undersigned Sole Agent for Western
Austmlid. is in receipt of tegular ship- ments of this Cement direct from the works.
TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. PERTH
N O T I U E.
FOR Sale. Two Town Allotments, Nos. 122
and 123. cleared and securely fenced, with a cottage containing five rooms aud small cellar, having verandah front and back ; pleasantly situated in Northam. Good water.
Apply to Mrs Grouse Northam
PASTORAL LEASE No. 9,092 of 13,000
ACRES, Blackwood, Nelson District, comprising good feeding country, well watered. Also, 800 or 1,000 SHEEP, various ages and sexes.
For further particulars, apply to
Arthur River, or, PADBURY LOTON & CO.,
SHEEP STATION FOR SALE CHEAP.
FOR SALE at the head of the Greenough
River, 380,000 Acres LEASEHOLD, 8,000 Mixed SHEEP. Immediate fpossessiou 100 miles from Geraldton, to be had a bargain. Full particulars on application to
Land and Stock Agents,
St. George's Terrace, Perth.
J! OR SALE, NEAR NORTHAM,
On account of Mrs. White,
AT the GREEN HILLS, six miles from
the town of NORTHAM. 623 Acres FREEHOLD LAND, all fenced, and over 200 Acres under cultivation ; permanent water, and rich agricultural land.
THE Seabrook Estate, containing 9000
?veres Freehold Land (between Nor- tham and York) good agricultural land, all fenced and highly improved. To be sold with or without stock. Terms and full ¡par- ticulars on application te
FORREST & ANGOVE.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE Wannering Estate, three miles from
Beverley. Containing fcur thousand, four hundred acres, and a good Brick House on it. For full particulars apply to
ROBERT D. HAB DEY
Belmont near Perth.
A stoi "I stai Ph(
anc ace anc a ci
ce Bj Af
FOR SALE.-1300 acres FREEHOLÜ
LAND on the Wanneroo Road about 2 mues from the city boundary, price £6 10 an acre, early application necessary
FORREST & ANGOVE
TAr\*Scz .ja*ít- X?..,
-* i îî
Eastern Districts' Produce.
WE can supply superior dumped Chaff
suitable for Kimberley, in large or small quantities, and at short notice.
Superior Roller Flour, in 200,100 and 50 lb.
Bags, specially prepared for
We are also holders of superior Cape Barley,
new Colonial Raisins, 501b. Boxes
BACON, BRAN, POLLARD, LARD
GEO. THROSSELL &'SON,
NORTH AM & NEWCASTLE
J. AKD T.~~SE WON,
ARE prepared to supply TIMBER for
Wheelwrighting purposes, Carriage Buildings, &c, of York Gum and Morrel.
Samples of nares, felloes, and spoke? can be seen at Mr. Sandover's (Perth and Fremantle), also at Mr. H. Morrell and Co.'s, York, where
orders can be taken.
» TERMS EASY.
(LATE OF MELBOUBNE)
WILL SHORTLY OPEN
PREMISES BEING ERECTED BY
MR. TRIGG IN ,
H A. Y STREKT,
BACK OF WEST AUSTRALIAN BANK.
Specimens on view
JONES' LENDING LIBRARY,
Also wishes it to be distinctly tinder stood that he is in no way connected with "PERTH PHOTOGRAPHIC CO." now starting in Hay Street, or with any other Photographic Establishment in W.A.
C. S MONGER'S VAN,
ILL run daily, as usual, to MEET
TRAINS each way, according to the newly-published time tables of the railway department, starting from Newcastle at 8 a.m , returning from Clackline railway Etation at
C. S. M takes this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks ts all Ladies and Gentlemen, and the Public generally, for _ the support accorded to him since starting this passengers' and parcels' conveyance, and trusts to merit
a continuance of their favours.
Conveyances always oh Hire.
CHAS. S. MONGER,
N ewcastle, June 1,1886. Proprietor.
H. COOKE AND O.,
COMMERCIAL & FANCY STATIONERS.
FANCY WORK, WOOLS, Etc.
BALL PROGRAMMES AND MENUS. A choice assortment of ORNAMENTS
TERRA COTTA, Etc., for Painting.
Agents for the Albam/ Mail and DAVIS
ARNOLD'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND
RNOLD'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND
A WONDERFUL PECTORANT. -
THE BEST REMEDY FOR SHORT-
NESS OF BREATH.
Nothing so quickly cures Coughs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Loss of Voise, Influenza and Weak Chest, as this Balsam. Where children have Whooping Couch or are liable to Croup, always keep it in the house. A single dose quietens and gives instant relief. A small bottle often cures. This is the best expectorant now in use ; rapidly relieves the bronchial tubes by dissolving the congealed phlegm. Especially useful for Children as well as Adults.
CAUTION to the PUBLIC.
Many complaints have reached the proprietor that imitations of this standard medicine arc constantly bein g offered, it is thei ef ore request- ed that purchasers will insist on getting " Arnold's," and carefully observe name of proprietor and manufacturer on both wrapper
and label, thus
JAMES BRINSMEAD, Chemist,
St. Kilda, Melbourne.
This is the best Cough Mixture and Ex- pectorant now in use, and when other remedies fail Arnold's Balsam succeeds. In Whooping Cough, Bronchitis,-Pam in the Side, Feverish Colds and Chills it is excellent, it is invaluable. ARNOLD'S BALSAM OF HOREHOUND.
Close to Customs, Telegraph, Port Office, and Wharfinger's offices, two minutes walk
from Banks and Railway Station.
Good accommodation for travellers.
Wines, Spirits, and Ales equal to then - supplied by the trade.
Billiards, Bagatelle, Stabling and Stock yards for Shipping Horses &c, (rom.
JAMES G. FLINDELL.
THE VICTOB1A HOTEL
JOHN GUILFOYLE begs to intimate
that he has leased the above well known and favourite Hotel, which he as completely re-stocked with Wines, Beera and Spirits of the choicest brands.
The Hotel is situated in a healthy and commanding position, from the balcony of which an extended and unsurpassed view o the-City is to be Obtained.
.The Hotel will be found replete with every convenience, and offers to visitors and fami- lies the comforts and privacy of a private
THE VICTORIA HOTEL,
JOHN GUILFOYLE, Propkotob, Corner of Melbourne Road and Harding« Street-one minute's walk from the North PerthRailway Station
Perth, Jan. 5.1886.
NOW OPEN! _
HIS LORDSHIP'S LARDER,
C. H. PIERCE - PROPRIETOR
Meals at all hours.
Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa always ready,
HOT COFFEE at 6 a.m. Daily.
Dinner«* from 12 till 2 p.m. . _
"~"?"""??"* v '"ï-Sl Suppers on arrival of last train from Perth. jl
Ham and Beef always on hand.
EMERALD ISLE HOTEL.
Three minutes walk from the
THIS long established and favourite ?>j
Hotel enjoys the largest trade of / any Hotel in Fremantle, and is the regular and acknowledged rendezvous for SETTLERS from all parts of the'; colony, COMMERCIAL MEN, and TRAVELLER'S generally.
Is replete with every Comfort and Convenience, and compares favourably, with any Hotel in the Australian Colonies. The accommodation has boen recently extended, and
Desirous of availing themselves of the . advantages of a sea side residence ii during the Summer months, may en. " joy at the
Emerald Isle Hotel
The quiet and privacy ef a
In conjunction with the numberless conveniences of a large and well-con- ducted Hotel. Great attention is paid
And no pains or expense is spared to make this department as perfect as the circumstances ef the colony wit.
Connected with the Hotel is a splendid
Well furnished and brilliantly lighted, which is the favourite resort of the lovers of the game.
The Ales, Wines, and Spirits are of;||| the very best brands. Good Stabling 'f and careful Ostlers. V :-',M
ON SALE EX "HELENA MENA" AND
OTHER RECENT ARRIVALS. ;^ WOODS', SAMUELSON-S. and HO'Í
WARD'S REAPE XS and MOWERS. 31 RICHMOND and CHUNDLERS CHAFï|
CUTTERS and HORSE GEARS. ^ CORBETS' " AUSTRALIAN MONARCH'
WINNOWERS, with ELEVATORS.
STEEL FENCING WIRE. ¿à CORRUGATED IRON, 5ft. to 10ft. .engtkVÍ
RIDGING SrOUTING, DOWN PIP»! .
and HEADS. -r'^M
BLACKSMITH'S BELLOWS, ANVILîfe^
and VICES. '':~£m
BAR IRON and STEEL.
PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS and CARBOLIC^
LEAF TOBACCO, SULPHUR,
WOOLBALES, and CORN SACKS.. . :-.. :^j^
OILMAN'S STORES of all description^
A large Assortment of BOYS' YO JTHSaaa^i
GENTS CLOTHING. ?.:V
A great variety of fashionable DRESijl
MATERIAL and TRIMMING. I "lM
BARKER & GULL,
GUILDFORD. October 13.1885.
ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY jj
THE PERTH CONFECTIONERlpicoM
LIMITED, supply all kinds of CON.'I FECTIONERY to Storekeepers and Dealers! st prices lower than similar gooda can lajt¡<] uiported. iif
Having special experienced hands
work, the Company is now prepared!} supply the fiuer class of Fancy and\Dr_ Goods at lowest rates. :L ;? :'rI^L
Country orders receive prompt attention^]
PERTH CONFECTIONERY CO^
Steatn Works and Offico-William St May Wtfii lBsfii ;