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Sales by Auction.

SALE AT PERTH.

TO.BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY MESSRS. L. & W. SAMSON,

At their Auction Rooms, at Perth, on

Wednesday, the 17th inst.

A VARIETY of GOODS, ex " Gan-

ges," of the most fashionable character, consisting of

Silks of various colors, in lengths to suit private purchasers

Satinette ditto Merinos Muslins

Ginghams

Prints

Counterpanes

Netts

Lawns

Parasols

Gauze and^silk ribbons Blankets ' Sheets

Calico shirting, &c, &c, &c. Perth, Nov. 11.

SALE AT PERTH.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY MESSRS, L. k W. SAMSON,

On Wednesday, November 24th, without

reserve, (unless previously disposed of by private contract;,

1MGHÏ COWS and SEVEN

Li C A L V E S, with dairy utensils. Pour Working Bullocks,

-ALSO

A Mare, good in saddle or harness*

The above stock may be seen at Mr. Dring's, Perth.

SALE AT GUILDFORD.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,

BY MESSRS. F. MANGLES & CO.,

On Saturday, the 11th December nex*, at

12 o'clock precisely

THE remainder of the mercantile and

other effects of Alfred Waylen, Esq., consisting of

Prime mess pork, butter, tobacco Cape, claret, and other wines

Rice

Sugar

Beer in hhds.

Muslin dresses Prints Cloths

Bombasin

Men's stiong shoes

Sheets

Ginghams

Carpenter's tools,

Paling, flooring boards, &c.

Boat, sculls and oars complete

4 carts, and harness for four horses

Cow and calf

2 fine Timor ponies and colts

Mare and foal

Powerful black mare * Black gelding

A small flock of goats.

ALSO,

The household furniture, consisting of

Chairs, sofa, tables,

Beds, bedding, linen, Glass, china, plate, Culinary utensils,

A seventy-gaUon copper,

And a variety of other useful effects.

IJgT The whole to be sold without reserve.

Nov. 10.

SALE AT PERTH.

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, on Wednesday, the 15th

day of December next, (unless dis- posed of in the meantime by private contract, of which due notice will be given)

ALL that valuable ALLOTMENT of

LAND, situate in the town of Perth,

having two frontages, one in Mount-street, the other in Bazaar-street, known in the Survey Office as "Perth Allotment L 28,"   with Dwelling House thereon, containing   Four Rooms, and one good underground Cellar, with kitchen, containing pump, sup- plied with the finest water, sink, oven, copper boiler, and every other convenience. Also, a detached room for servants, and a valuable Garden, with water sufficient for irrigation throughout the year, and well stocked with Orange, Lemon, Guava, Mul- berry, Pomegranate, Peach, Apricot, Vines and other choice Trees, in full bearing.

For further particulars and permission to view, apply to Mr. James Stokes, or W. J. Lawrence, Solicitor, Perth.

ON or before the 1st of January next, will be published

THE

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN

ALMANACK

FOR

1842;    

containing a variety of new, useful, and authentic information. Price 5s.

ALSO,

A sheet Almanack, for the counting house and office. Price, 1s.

As only a limited number of copies will be printed, the proprietor and publisher, Charles Macfaull, requests all those desi- rous of securing a copy to make early appli- cation at the Gazette office, Adelaide Terrace, Perth.

Fremantle Whaling

Company.

A MEETING of the Proprietors of

this Company will be held at the Stag's Head, Fremantle, on Tuesday, the 23d November, at One o'clock precisely, for entering into the accounts, and, also, the consideration of the propriety of memo rali zing Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, for granting the Company the fee-simple of the land presented to the Company by Sir James Stirling.

A fnll attendance is particularly re- quested.

Fremantle, Nov. li.

NOTICE.

MESSRS. AGETT & STOKES in-

tending to dissolve the partnership existing between them as Auctioneers and Commission Agents, beg respectfully to request the immediate payment of all out- standing accounts, otherwise the same will be placed in the hands of their Solicitor for

recovery.

Perth, Nov. 10.

GARDEN ISLAND.

HAVING made arrangements with

James Read, of Fremantle, for the tenure of a portion of this Island, the pro- perty of Sir James Stirling, and for the general care of the same, I hereby caution all persons trespassing that they will be punished with the utmost severity of the law ; as much wanton mischief has lately

been done on the Island.

To Captains of vessels who may wish to take wood, water, and ballast, from the Island, a written permission will be given on payment of the following charges ; and Captains are requested not to allow their crew to set fire to the Island, as they will be held responsible—

Fuel for Ship's use, Water, and Ballass.

Vessels under 100 tons....... £3

do. above do. ......... 5 Ballast and water, not to include fuel 3

SAMUEL MOORE. Fremantle, Nov. 8, 1841.

WANTS A SITUATION.

A PERSON acquainted with the management of Horses, training for riding or harness, as well as the diseases of horses, is desirous of   obtaining a situation. The advertiser has also

been accustomed to the care of cattle, and farming work.        

Apply to James McKenna, at Mrs. Lyttleton's, Perth.

Nov. 12

ON SALE BY

John Wicksteed,  

AT HIS STORE,

UNION HOTEL, FREMANTLE. TWO superior Ploughs, Harrows, and

a general collection of Gardening

Tools

Zinc milk pans, Churns,

An excellent flour mill, to grind and

dress

Horse nett

Nose bags Whips

Curry combs'

Mane comba Brushes Sickles

Sheep shears

Bill hooks

Iron sashes

Nails,-screws/hasps and stapler Soap,

Starchy Flour, Rice,

Sugar,

Mustard, Vinegar,

Printed cottons,1 Braces,

Small tooth com^s," Stationery,

White lead$ Shot,

A superior percussion gun, &c.

FOR SALE,

SEVERAL HEAD of very superior

breed

Horned Cattle,

consisting of Cows, Heifers, and Steers, fit for work, and are in excellent condition for the Butcher.

For further particulars apply to William Beacham, Gimjam farm, Murray-River, or to C. Brown, Perth.

October 26.

FOR SALE,

THAT well-known NURSERY GAR-

DEN and HOUSE situated in Ba- zaar-street, with a frontage to the River. The Garden is well stocked with choice fruit trees.

For further particulars apply to

C. BROWN. Perth, Oct. 26.

Sons of Australia

BENEFIT SOCIETY.

THE members of the above Society will

meet at the "United Service Tavern,"   Perth, on Thursday the 17th November, at eight o'clock in the evening, to clear the arrears on the Society's books, according to

the articles.

CHARLES FOULKES,

Secretary. Perth, Nov. 5.

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE prizes for the best Shepherds will

be determined at the Agricultural So- ciety's next quarterly meeting, on Friday, the 3rd of December next, Certificates will therefore be received until the end of November.

J. HARRIS,

Hon. Secretary. October 20.

F. WALDECK,

TAILOR AND DRAPER, RESPECTFULLY acquaints his cus-

tomers and friends of his

REMOVAL

to his new and more extensive premises, lately built in the centre of Hay-street, ad- joining Messrs. Strudwicke and Clare's

establishments.

He considers this a fitting opportunity to return his thanks to them, as well as for all favours received, and to solicit their kind continuance, pledging himself his efforts to deserve patronage shall not be abated, and that he will afford all the advantages of economy which are reasonably consistent with good work and material.

As heretofore he will be eontiuually sup- plied with,

Superfine black end blue cloths, wool dyed

Black Cashmere and Petersham

Summer Cashmere and fancy buckskin Courdoroy and plaids in variety

White buckskin, DrilJ, Marselle, and

Duck

Black Velvet and Silk serge

New fancy rich velvet waibtcoatings just

received

A great variety of brace, coat, and gilt buttons, as well as a number of summer vest patterns will be sold very reasonable

Perth, Oct. 23.

Lands for Sale.

THE estate of Mangera, on the Murray

River about eight miles from Pinjarra, consisting of near one thousand acres, with a newly erected dwelling house, stôc'Ê'yàrd^

and several acres of wheat. The above is'

well suited for a dairy or a grazing farmy and the rivei*runs throughout the year at tliiâ place«.* Price low.

Apply to Mr. H. Wright (the proprietor); on the premises, or to the subscriber."

The estate of STOKE FARM, on the Canning, the property of J. R. Phillips, Esq , eohsifcting of near 2,000 acres, with 50 aoes under cultivation, and stockyard, large dwelling house, outhouses, &c, which may be fitted up at a small expense for the reception of a family.

A farm known as the RAPIDS, on the Canning, consisting of 200 acres, with ex- tensive frontage on the river, dwelling 'house, stock yard, &c; also, a grant of 1,000 acres adjoining, if required, with im- mediate possession.

Several blocks of land in different parts of the Colony, either for agriculture or grazing.

Apply to

SAMUEL MOORE. October 14.

FARM ON THE SWAN

TO LET.

TO be let for a term of five years from

the 1st January next, the well-known farm of LOWER COULSTON, now in the occupancy of Mr. R. Waller. Offers for the same may be sent to the proprietor, Mr. Brown, in Perth, at any time before Wednesday the 1st December.

Perth, Oct. 29.

TO LET,

With immediate possession,

THE Cottage, with Kitchen detached,  

in St. George's Terrace, formerly oc- cupied by the late Captain H. Rolles. Apply to Mr. Brown, Perth.

FOR sale by private contract, a most

valuable estate upon the Murray River unequalled in its numerous advantages by any grant on the Swan, Canning or Murray

rivers.  

For particulars apply to          

D. SCOTT.  

Fremantle, Oct. 18.  

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