MOEBISON X CROSSLAND.
(Late James Morrison )
Land, Stock, and Station Agents, Licenced
Sur ve j 01 s and Auctioned s.
W. A. Land Exchange, Barrack Street,
THURSDAY, MARCH 2trir, 1887.
137th Fobtnightly Sale.
W~E shall sell at the Guildford Sale yards,
on the above date, commencing at 2 m., in lots to suit purchasers :
15 Fat Cattle .. (J. Eobinson.)! 15 " " (H. Brockman ) 200 Stock Sheep (J. Atkinson )
And other stock.
MORRISON & CROSSLAND
FOE SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. Messes. MORRISON & CROSSLAND in
conjunction with Messrs. CussiNS & Inkpen, of Casterton, Victoiin, haie íeccived instructions from Messis. A T. Cruickshank & Co., to Sell the following Valuable STATION PEOPERTIES, together with STOCK and
IMPEOVEMENTS, \iz -
Yalgoo Station comprising 180,000 acres, j Mount Gould Station " 210,000 " Balloo ., " 146,000 "
Total 530,000 "
Consists of 5,000. Sheep, equal sexes ; 7 Saddle Hacks 3 Horse team and Harness complete.
Yalgoo Station-3 Roomed Cottage with Verandah all round, good Well at House, de- tached Kitchen, Store, Blacksmith's Shop and other Improvements ; also, 12 good Wells on Station \ arymg in depth 10 to 12 feet.
!Mount Gould Station-Two Wells very suitable for Cattle, being easily accessible from
Yalgoo Station, Wells being plentiful along
. Balloo Station-Unimproved but lies on main road from Champion Bay and admnably
adapted for fencing, distance fiom the Bay
The above Runs join thp well-known Beiin
gorra, Nookawana, Bindabauioo and Meeka
The country mostly comprises Salt Bush Gi ass
and Mulga Topfeed.
Plans and particulars may be had on applica
MOREISON & CEOSSLAND,
Perth, or CUSSINS & INKPEN,
U BURBAN LOTS for Sale. Road and
xcailway Frontages. Apply to
MOREISON & CROSSLAND. Decembei iii. 188G
FOR SALE. 'TTIAST JjJ ¿C1
AST CLAREMONT Lots at ¿C7 10s. and
SEVERAL Sections at KENSINGTON.
10UTH ALBANY Lots, 110 to 117.
BUILDING Sections at Guildford, near Rail-
THE RETREAT, West Guildford, 10 acies,
Cottage, Vineyard, and Paddocks.
COCKBURN SOUND Location 261, 200
acies, half of which is ihst-class Garden
BEMÄNTLE Town Lots, 33 and 34.
Sections in Parry Street, Pcith.
HREE QUARTERS of Perth Lot W 26
and four-ioomed Cottage.
ART W 77 and Cottage, Wellington Street. PAE'.
PORTION Suburban Lot 39, Parry and
New Cottages, Nash Street, Perth.
IANNEEY Lot 51, Newcastle Street.
Lots at Cremorne, Melville Water fiont ages, for Sale singly or os a whole.
~\ New si\-ioomed Cottage in Water Street, Ltx. ¿£170 cash, or by approved Bills ; balance on Mortgage with Building Society, pa3rable by
Apply to MOREISON & CEOSSLAND.
>T)EETH TOWN LOT V154. Subdivided -I-1 into 5 sections. Price =£20 to ¿£25 each. Terms easy, apply to
MOERISON & CROSSLAND,
I HAVE duly appointed Henry Brockman,
Esq., of Chenton, Gingin, my Attorney during my temporary absence from the Colony, ind all private letters should be addressed to
>H>Brockman Esq., c/o Mr. G. Dent, Jnr.,
JAMES MORRISON. Water Hall, Jan. 2Dth, 18S7.
TTTHE remaining unsold ALLOTMENTS at ?,1, EAST CLAREMONT aro for Sale, at
from ¿£7 10s. to ¿£10 each. 'Aims easy. Apply to MOBEISON & CEOSSLAND.
FOR SALE-A BARGAIN.
,Oner Light Wood, four-seated EXPRESS
< BUGGY (new).
One nearly new WAGGONETTE, very
Can be seen at Yates' Hotel, Guildford.
One Light Wood Buggy (nearly new), Pole Shafts and Hood, can be seen at Dr. Trotman«,
Apply to MORRISON & CROSSLAND
DURING our Mr. Morrison's absence from
the Colony our Fortnightly Sales \\ ill be earned on as usual, and under the peisonal supen ision and management of Henry Biock man, Esq., of ellenton, Gingin.
MORRISON & CROSSLAND. Perth, Jan. 29th, 18S7.
Oli SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT
by order of Messrs. F. MacRae & Co.,
COSSACK TOWN LOT 103, together with two roomed House-Verandah and
ROEBOURNE TOWN LOT 124, adjoins
the Roebourne Hotel.
ROEBOURNE TOWN LOT No. J, un- improved, close to " The Pool."
ROEBOUUNE TOWN LOTS 13 and 15, apon which is erected the Victoria Arms Hotel; Stables and good Well of Wafer.
. ROEBOURNE LOT 172, upon which is srected a Brick and Cement House, now occupied by Mrs Zeddie.
ROEBOURNE LOT 17ß, tog. cher with Stone and Cement Butcher's Shop, and Two Bmall wooden Cottages.
: All the above are well situ^red, and were selected in the early days of the settlement.
For further particulars £-pply to
MORRISON & CROSSLAND.
WHITE COW, branded something like
D M off rump, about six years old, nick out of near ear, about fourteen hands high, broken horn, red and white calf hy side.
ELIZABETH WILSON. Feb. 28,18S7.
"For a long time Menthol Cones for Headache n* hive'had a great ron, but they arc now entirely
superseded by making Menthol in a plaster form, MENTHOL PLASTER. The mode of using is very simple. We are informed that it has no equal as a killer of pains generally, and vastly iHuparior to liniments. Price, Is. 3d. in a tin.
Particulars of Sale of the ONE HALF interest
of the late James Dawson Birrell
BUNDARRA and MILLY MILLY
STATIONS, Situated on the Murchison and Woorramel
Rivers, Western Australia, about 310 miles from Geraldton, known as the Bundarra and Milly Milly Stations, containing: 663,800 ACRES (more or less) of first-class Grazing Country, held under depasturing leases from the West Australian Govern- ment, together with 14,730 SHEEP, about 15 head of choice Cattle, and 43 Horses, to- gether with a complete Station Plant, Household Furniture, etc., etc.
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION
W. HEPBURN GALE,
In Conjunction With JAMES AITKEN,
Stock and Station Agents, at the VICTORIA
HOTEL, Geraldton, on FRIDAY, APRIL loth, at 2-30 p.m.
Description and Particulars on the
ABOUT CG3,800 acres of first-class sound
Grazing Country, every acre of which possesses fattening properties of the very highest order, having frontages on the Murchison and Woorramel of 75 miles on either side of the rivers, with 45 wells, giving a never failing supply of water at an average depth of 10 feet.
The Stock consists of about 14,730 mixed Sheep, which for years have been most carefully classed (as the results of "Bundarra" wool will show.)
The Station, of which one half interest will be sold, is to be taken as having 14,730 Sheep only (more or less) with about 15 head of Cattle, 43 head of Horses, Household Furniture, Stores, 1 2-horse power Works, 1 Flood's 5in. Water Lift, 2 Waggons, 2 Drays. 2 Express Waggons, 1 Spring Cart, Harness for 20 Horses, Saddles, Bridles, etc., etc., in fact, every requisite for the working of a complete Station.
The above numbers of the Sheep are believed by the Vendors to be correct, and the numbers are to be taken as more or less.
Terms and Conditions at time of Sale. March 5th 18S7.
GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY OF
COURTHOPE, DRUMMOND & CO., are
instructed by Alex. Forrest & Co., to Sell by Public Auction, at the United Service Hotel, Perth, on SATURDAY (this day), 12th March, 1887,
2 SPLENDID HORPES, DRAY,
And the whole of a Surveyors' Camp Equipment,
as just arrived from the Railway Line.
Sale at Noon. Terms Easy.
SHEEP AND SHEEP RUNS.
H J. HORLEY has received instructions
. from E. B. Lennard, Esq., the Exe cutor of the late C. Smith, Esq., of Roseland, to SeU by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Yards of Mr. T. Edwards, Beverley (about five minutes' walk from the Beverley Railway Station), the following number of Sheep and Valuable Sheep
FRIDAY, MARCH 18th, 1887.
500 SHEEP (Mixeo/
Pastoral License No. C-1570, 5,000 Acres Avon Location. '
Pastoral License No. G-1571, 6,000 Acres
Pastoral License No. 6-1572, 5,000 Acres
Pastoral License No. 1-75, 1,000 Acres Avon
Terms at Time of Sale.
THE FIRST OFFER ACCEPTED.
THE FIRST OFFER ACCEPTED.
THE FIRST OFFER ACCEPTED,
PIANOFORTES, THE ACKNOWLEDGED
BEST IN W. A.
FURNITURE, Clocks, Bronzes, Floor-cloths,
and every requisite in Bentwood, Bevelled Mirror Brackets, must be cleared. 100,000 copies of new assorted Music and Instruction Books will be GIVEN AWAY to the purcha-
sers. Premises toi et.
L. J. ALTMAN, Barrack Street
FINEST TABLE BUTTER,
IN TINS ABOUT 5 AND IOlBS. EACH.- .
RIME LOAF CHEESE
Prime Victorian Lard.
Prime New Zealand Bacon.
American Corned Beef in Two Pound Tins.
Moss's One Pound Jams. Moss's Two Pound Jams.
New Zealand Oatmeal in Seven Pound Bags.
Teni in Half-Chests-exceptional value.
Sugar.-White and Yellows.
H. G. MENKENS,
Corner of Hay and William Streets.
9KA SHARES Geraldton Brewery Coy. ¿UO\J £1 shares, 12/6 paid, price 8/6 each. Oilers will be received tor the following
250 Soap and Candle fully paid ¿SI shares.
150 Fremantle Gas Shares. 100 Perth Gas Shares.
55 Fire Insurance Shares.
Share Broker & Commission Agent. 9th March.
HASSELL-If ALFEED GOVEY HAS-
SELL, of Perth, Western Australia, who left there in P. and O. S.S. "Tanjore," on 4th September, 1879, for Adelaide, South Aus- tralia, will communicate with the undermen- tioned firm he will hear of something greatly to his advantage. When last heard of he was staying at Vaughan's Hotel, Adelaide, in No- vember, 1S79. Any person giriug information respecting him will oblige by communicating with Messrs. LEAKE & HAEPER, Solicitors, Perth, Western Australia, and will be liberally
PASTOEAL LEASES EXPIRING IN 1888.
Surveyor General's Office,
Adelaide, January 12th, 1887.
"T^TOTICE is hereby given, that Pastoral J3I Leases expiring by cflliixion of time at end of 1SSS, situated'in the South East, North East, North and North West and Western por- tions of South Australia, and occupied under lease since 1851, will be submitted to public competition with all improvements effected thereon in blocks as recommended by the Past- oral Board, and provided by the Crown Lands Consolidation Act of 1886, part Vm. The lands will be gazetted as early as possible in the present year, and detail of blocks will be fully advertised, and plans obtainable free of cost after date of notice of Sale at this oifice, and a the oflices of Newspapers in which the Sales are
By direction of the Honourable Commissioner
of Crown Lands.
G. W. GOYDER, Surveyor General. -
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN LAND COM-
PANY (Limited), are prepared to receive applications from employers of labour for WOl'KMEN. married or single, at the following approximate rate of wages
from Blacksmiths . Bricklayers Carpenters
Gardeners Labourers Miners
Platelayers Quatrymen Strikers
Navvy Gangers, per week,from Walking Uangers ... "
7/ H V 7/
6/ 6/ «/ C/ 6/ 50/ 80/
Applications, stating tho nature of the work for which the men are required, and'a fu'l address of the applicant, should be sent te th ? office of the Company, Albany.
ALEX. FORREST & CO.
(Late Alex. Forrest.)
LAND and STOCK AGENTS, PERTn. W.A.
Agents for the Victorian Fire Insurance Com- pany.1 Capital, ¿61,000,000. Risks taken at lowest ciment îates.
Fne and Marine.
Agents for Absentees.
Offices : St. George's Terrace, (lately occupied
by the Union Bank).
NO. 2489, containing 20,000 acres first
class SALT BUSH and GRASSY
COUNTRY, aud portion of No. 2392, to- gether with 3,000 SHEEP of all ages and
No. 24S9 has a double frontage of five miles to the Upper Minilia River, along
which there are THREE PERMANENT POOLS, and abundance of water can be obtained anywhere in the sand in any season.
For terms and particulars apply to
Messrs. ALEX. FORREST & CO,
Perth, or to
M. R. Bunbury, Gascoyne FOR SALE.
ON ACCOUNT of LOCKYER BROS., on
the Upper Fortescue, North West District, the following Leases :-N 1542, N 1238, N 1212, containing an area of 45,000 acres Leasehold ; also, 1,500 EWES, and 500 mixed SHEEP. Good well of water, and the country equal to any in the North District. Full particulai s on application tv.
ALEX. FORREST & CO.
FOR S AIL E .
LEWIS AND ADJACENT ISLANDS.
North West Coast.
THIS VALUABLE ESTATE will be Sold
either with or without Stock. Full par- ticulars as to quality of Land and Stock on application to
ALEX. FORREST & CO.,
Perth,'/or WM. mcleod,
W. MALEY & CO.
LAND AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, AND
VALUERS. ATTORNEYS FOR
AGENTS for: -The Sydney and West
Australian Freehold Land Co. (Limited), The Western Australian Land Co. (Limited), The Intercolonial Investment Land and Build- ing Company, Limited (Capital, ¿8500,000), The Joint Stock Building, Land, and Investment Company (Limited.)
Trust Monies Invested.
Offices : - WILLIAM STREET PERTH.
Red Herrings ; half-barrels,
Kippered and Fresh Herrings Salmon, Sardines
February 28,1887. , . <
N SALE, Champion Bay Barley
Do., Hay > Bran, Pollard
New Zealand Oats. ' ? " ' . ' .
john Mccleery.' 'V
Cliff Street. February 28,1887.
FARM FOR SALE,
WITH immediate possession; situated within
6 miles from Northam, and containing' 622V acres of FREEHOLD LAND, 200 acres of winch are cleared, 50 acres being in Fallow ; abundance of Water in several places, fresh, and fit for Stock ; five roomed Dwelling House, Stable, Yards, etc. ; also, two Cottages erected thereon.
The Land is divided into four Paddocks, and comprises a compact and desirable property for Corn growing or for Grazing. Teems Liberal.
For further paiticulars, apply to Messrs. Alex. Foreest & Co., Perth ; or to the owner,
Mes. W. WHITE, Northam. Fjb . 4,1887.
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.
NOTICE OF SCAVENGERS AND
ALL Nightsoil collected within the District
of Fremantle must be deposited in the Pits at Woodside-Mr. W. D. Moore's Estate on the Canning Road-until further Notice.
Any person found depositing Nightsoil else- where will be prosecuted.
Inspector ol\ Nuisances.
THE UNDERSIGNED desire to intimate to
their Clients and the Public generally, that, having enlarged their Office accommodation and increased their Staff, they are now prepared to entertain NEW BUSINESS in any ot the following directions :
To act as Secretaries for Joint Stock or Private Concerns (finding Office room therefoi if required.)
As Estate Agents in Deceased, Trust, Bank- rupt, or other Estates. Alsc, the management of Estates for Absentees.
The keeping of Station Books. Our Special Designs tor Accounts of this nature are recom- mended to Pastoralists generally.
BRETNALL, HOLMAN & CO.,
Howick Street, Public Accountants.
Perth, 7th Feb., 1887.
VICTORIA PLAINS ROADS BOARD.
NOTICE is hereby given that Cart and
Carriage Licences due to the Victoria Plains Roads Boord for the present year must be paid to Mr. WILLLVM CAMPBELL on or before the first day of APRIL ne\t, after which date defaulters will become liable under the " Cart Licensing Act."
H. B. LEFROY,
Chairman. Feb. 10,1887
EXPECTED in a few days, a Splendid Lot
of AMERICAN CAEEIAGES, per " Christine." "* * '
Hooded Buggies, with Pole and Shaft,
¿£31 10s. to ¿£38.
Waggonette, ¿£35 upwards.
Carriages up to ¿670.
The best value ever offered in West Austinlia.
Will stand any amount of hard work, though light m make.
Red Beach Plaster,
Corn Flour (very cheap)
, W. D. MOOEE & CO Fremantle, Feb. 7th, 1887.
^NOTICE TO BRICKMAKERS.
Q AMPLES of pressed face BRICKS required K3 for the new Post and Telegraph Offices, Perth, will.be received at the Public Works Office up to MARCH 15th., with prices per 1,000 de- livered, and quantity that can be supplied per month. The bricks to be thoroughly well burnt, uniform in color, and equal to tests as to resist ence, &c.
J. ARTHUR WEIGHT,
Director of Public Works.
LAND! LAND!! LAND!!!
TENDEES will be received by the under-
signed, np to the 1st April, for the pur- chase of the following splendid properties :
Lot 1.-Part of. Lot Y99, adjoining Perth Railway Station, with buildings thereon, 99 feet frontage to Roe Street.
Lot 2.-Part of V27, 99 feet to Wellington Street and 106 feet to King Street, with build- ings thereon. Corner allotment.
Lot 3.-H32, with frontage to Hay and Have- lock Streets. Corner grant.
Lot. 4.-Suburban Lot 658 (40 acres, off the Wanneroo Road.)
Lot 5.-137 acres, neal- Guildford.
For full particulars as to terms, etc., apply to
GEO. MURRAY & CO.,
Timber Yard (opposite Eailway Station.1
Perth, Feb. 22,18S7.
PERTH ROADS BOARD.
TENDERS will be received by the above
Boord up to 2 p.m. on SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1887, from persons willing to undertake the following works, viz. :-To supply and deliver 400 cubic yards (more or less) of broken Bluestone on the Perth Causeway Bridges, the stone to be broken to li gauge, and to spread the same as directed by the Board. Sample of stone will be required.
Also to supply and deliver and spread on the Perth Causeway Bridges 500 cubic yards (more or less) of coarse Iron Stone Gravel from the 6-mile camp, York Green Mount, or Smith's Mill.
Also, as no satisfactory tenders were received for the blocking on the West Guildford road, fresh tenders are invited to supply and lay 50Ó yards (more or less) Jarrah Blocks on the West Guildford road. The Blocks to be eight inches m depth, the earth to be removed to a depth of twelve (12) inches. Blocks w eil and firmly laid. Tenderers to state the shortest time for comple- tion of each Tender.
The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender, and will require the guarantee of two responsible persons for the due performance of the contracts.
Further information may be had on applica-
Secretary. Roads Board Office, Perth, March 8.
THE PROPRIETOR of the Railway Hotel,
Albany, will SELL the Good-will, Stock, and Furniture of this Splendid Hotel, as the business does not suit him. To give the Public a chance he will SELL by TENDEE. No Ten- der under ¿£1,000 will be considered. Tenders will be received up to 10th of April next, 1887. (No Tender necessarily accepted. For further particulars, apply to
Eailway Hotel, Albany.
ANY person or persons found HOESE
HUNTLNG or TEESPASSING on my Bun after the first of March, 1S87 (1st March, 1887), will be prosecuted ; and all Stock found trespassing after that date will be dealt with as the law directs.
Springvalley, Pro. GEO. SEWELL
ARTHUR L. CHÂMBERLIN,
LICENSED SURVEYOR of Queensland
and Western Australia. Land, Marine, and Trigonometrical Surveyor.
Surveys undertaken in any part of the colony.
SWAN SOAP AND CANDLE COMPANY
"VTOTICE is hereby given that -131 the above Cc ipany will be prepared to receive TALLOW on and àf£âr5AUGUST 1. ISSuT.. " '
A. SAN! OVER.
Secretary. Fremantle. Sth June. 1S.8*
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
ON and after May 1st, ' 1887, ^we^shall be
Purchasers of well-fed Pork Carcases^- de- livered at Northam ; suitable for Bacon Curing; weighing from 100 to 1501bs. ; Heads and Feet not taken.
" 'THROSSELL, SON & "STEWART, *
Bacon Curers. Northam.
Railway Station, Perth, "and Mouat-street
Notice to Customers.
The labour and expense of booking small cart- age accounts compel us to notify that in future Cartage on all Goods must be Paid on delivery. _ ,
Rail Freights, if paid by us, must in every case be repaid by consignee on deli aery of goods.
Tea per cent, additional will be charged if booked.
* Manager. Perth Station, Feb. 26,1S3? ?
APPLICATION FOE A WINE AND
To the Worshipful the Justices of the Peace
acting in and for the District of Williams, in Western Australia.
I JAMES WILLIAM DOUST, married,
5 now residing at Chunnernumuning, in the District of Williams, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply at the next Licensing Meeting, to be holden for this Dis- trict, for a Wine and Beer License for the sale ot Wine and Beer, the produce of the Colony, in the houic and appurtenances thereunto be- longing, situated at Chuu&eraumuning, on the Beverley-Albany Eailway Line, containing two sitting-rooms and three bed-rooms independent of those required by my family, and now rented from Mr. W. Lukin, and now occupied by myself, and which I intend to keep as a Wine and Beer House and place of accommodation for travellers. .
I have not held a License before.
Given under my hand this 20th day of January, 1887.
James W. Doust.
HOUSEHOLDEES' CEBTDJTCATE FOE A
WINE AND BEEE LICENSE.
WE, the undersigned, householders, residing
within the District of Williams, do hereby certify that the above James W. Doust, of Chunnernumuning, Williams District, is a person of good fame and reputation, and fit and proper to be licensed to sell Wine and Beer, the produce of the Colony.
Witness our hands this 20th day of January, 1SS7.
George D. Lukin, : John Stevens,
p> . , - Edward Barron,
- " "James Fitt,
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the act of
Parliament of the 22nd and 23rd Victoria
chapter 35 intituled " An act to further* amend the law of Property and to relieve Trustees " (adopted in the colony of Western Australia by an ordinance of the said colony the 31st Victoria No. 8), that all persons having any claim or demands upon or against the estate of William Thomas, late of Sharks Bay, pearler, deceased who died on the 27th day of May, 1886, and whose will was proved by Ellen Thomas and Frederick Jones, the executrix and executor, therein named on the 14th day of Septembee, 1886, in the Supreme Court of Western Austra- lia in its ecclesiastical jurisdiction, are hereby required to send in particulars of then- debts and claims to the undersigned their solicitor, on or before the 31st day of MARCH, 1837. And notice is hereby also given that after that day the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said William Thomas, deceased, amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they sholl then have had notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so dis- tributed to any person of whose debt or claim they sholl not have hod notice.
Dated this 21th day of January, 1887.
- . . EDW. SHOLL,
- Solicitor for the said Executors.
SCHOONER MARY SMITH
for Derby (calling at Carnar- von, Ashburton, Fortescue and Cossack, if sufficient inducement offers).
The Schooner Mary Smith,- Dimdee, master, will sail at an early date for the above port or
For freight or passage apply to
.W.E."MARMION & CO/, Agents. Fremantle, March 11,1887.
RE JAMES CHAMBERS DECEASED.
ANY person giving information as to the
whereabouts of JAMES CHAMBERS (son of the late William Chambers of Yardley-in the county of Worcester, England, Farmer) who left Birmingham, England, about the year 1850, and was lost heard of near Perth, Western Australia, in the year 18G9, when he left there with the intention of going to New Zealand. If living, or satisfactory proof of his death if dead, will be suitably rewarded on applying to the un- dersigned.
James Chambees if living will hear of some- thing to his advantage on applying to
BEALE & CO.,
Solicitors. 3 Newhall Street, Birmingham, or 28 Great George Street, Westminster, England.
APPLICATIONS will be received by the
undersigned, until NOON of THURS- DAY next, the 17th inst., from persons willing to undertake the duties of SURVEYOR and SUPERVISOR to the Municipality at a Salary of ¿£125 per annum.
D. K. CONGDON, Mayor. Fremantle, March lltli, 1887.
BROUGHT in from my paddock, and now in
my field, one ROAN MARE and FOAL, branded on near ribs like TB conjoined, near hind foot white, wliite strip on nose, white marks or wither ; stands about 14 hands, 1 inch. If not claimed will he sold according to law.
M. WALTER CLIFTON, Wokalup, Jan. 27,1887.
THE ACCOUNTS due to this Office to th
31st December, 1886, ha\e been issued and it is particularly requested that an early settlement he effected. The Proprietors have decided, in accordance with previous intimation, to take LEGAL PROCEEDINGS with respect to all Accounts, owing for the space of one year or more, unpaid by the 1st MARCH NEXT
" West Australian " Office.
Feb. 1st, 1887.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Peeth.
Sabbath, March 11th, 1887.
THE REV. R. HANLIN will preach (D.V.)
at 11 a.m., and at 7.3Ö p.m.
WEST AUSTRALIAN and WESTERN MAIL
ALL complaints or communications with
regard to the above, are to be addressed to '
N. M. WLLLIATT,
West Australian Office.
RA L IAN
Feeling the Great Inconvenience which the
Fremantle Subscribers labour under in not
receiving the ' West Australian'
until late in the forenoon,
the Proprietors have,
to themselves, arranged with the Railway
Department to pay tor a
every morning to Fremantle' leavin Perth at
seven (7) o'clock, a.m.,
Commencing Monday, March 7.
Arrangements for taking advantage of this early
service can be made with
MR. R. MYERSCOUGH
High Seteetí Feemantle.
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