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Launceston Independent (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Launceston, Tasmania
National Library of Australia t Shawer Chaji Plov Captain Helpman for Adelaide & Melbourne h e above named splendidly built and fitted up vessel 350 Tonis 120 horsepower is expected to arrive Here from England Fin All this month when Captain Helpman will be prepared to receive cavity and inter mediate passengers for the above named ports and As the stay of the vessel Here will not exceed five Days it will be most desirable that parties wishing to Avail themselves of so first rate an Opportunity should apply to the undersigned either verbally or by letter prepaid so that they May have their names inserted for the first Chance of passage in a vessel of Fering every Comfort As to space and acknowledged Superior build for Speed Lionel Samson. Fremantle 8th june 1854. For Sydney. Calling at Adelaide to land passengers. Phe fast sailing Brig Jessi j Emma daily expected will Belaid on Tor the above ports and having her cargo engaged will have Quick despatch. Notice of her arrival udi fixed Day of sailing will be Given. Floor passage Only apply to pc George Skinner oct 23, 1854. The Hamlet " for Adelaide i the Hamlet for Ade jul Adelaide will take cargo and passengers the accommodation for the lat Ter is Well Knolyn to be excellent. Por further particulars apply to a. Cornish Fremantle orto e. Newman or Dyett s store Perth. application is requisite to ensure a passage. Fob port Gregory Graphe barque " Mary Queen Jeff Ftp x of scots will leave this few Days for the above port on her Way to shark s Bay. For freight or passage apply to Daniel Scott Fremantle. Horses for India. Thu 1he Esmeralda capt. Leeman will proceed direct to Madras and has excellent accommodation for passengers and horses she will leave this port in about a fortnight from this Date. For freight or passage apply to q. Shenton Perth. Or t. Wright Fremantle. For Melbour Lve. We Euphe Fine barque by Amazon 6-0 tons Burthen will positively sail for Melbourne on or before the 12th instant. Wallace Bickley. Fremantle november 1,1854. the above vessel on her return _ from Adelaide will proceed to Singapore. For freight or passage apply to. N. Paterson " race horse tavern Fremantle. Advances on Wool. The undersigned will Purchase or make advanced on Wool for ship ment this season consigned to messes. John Clinch & sons London. Clinch Brothers. Perth september 2,1854. Sex John on Sale by the undersigned. Ladie Muslin Barege Lustre figured Alpaca and Robed dresses prints plaids Merino boys polka jackets childrens Holland and print dresses fancy tuscan and bilk bonnets dress and Bonnet Caps Antima casters silk trimmings Bon net and Cap ribbon men and boy s cloth Caps toilet covers Hearth rugs childrens Felt Hato men s shirts childrens blankets infants brushes powder boxes and a variety of useful articles. Ann Thompson on the premises lately occupied by or. Devenish. ? Perth october 25/1854/ Edu Latiok Henhe undersigned Bega respectfully to x. Intimate to the parents and guardians of youth that it is Hie intention to open a classical commercial and general Academy on the 22nd january 1855, at the House adjoining the Rev. James Leonard a King William Street Perth. The course of instructions intended to be pursued comprising two divisions will embrace the subjects under named Dit. Div. 2. English go Amman i latin composition and \ greek elocution Alig Ebba geography j geometry abit Metio \ mapping writing history Blok keeping therms for pupils attending div j. 6 guineas. Annul " j " 2.-6 " "i&2--10 " " pupils of the 1st division May select any no or More of the subjects comprised in div. 2, at the rate of,.i " boarders .45 " " t , French and stenography each. 2 " ? 4o�_. Familiar lectures on the sciences will be delivered weekly. T. W. Charlesworth . L oct. 24,1854. E. Armstrong & w., beg to return their sincere thanks to the inhabitants of Fremantle and the Colony generally for their kind sup port and patronage and having disposed of their Stock in band to t. W. Oakley humbly solicit a continuance to their successor. All accounts and debts due to and from the firm of e. Armstrong & co. Quested to be sent in for payment and adjustment. T. having purchased the whole of the Stock a Trade of the firm of e. Armstrong & co., Fremantle begs to Call the attention of the inhabitants of the Cox Lony generally to the list of goods he has just received per John Laird Hamlet Anna Dixon and other arrivals and to assure them that it will be his Endeavor always to keep on hand a Choice selection of the very Best articles and to sell them at the lowest possible prices and he Hopes by care and attention to meet a share of their support. He now begs to Call their attention to the following articles just arrived superfine Black and Blue Broad cloths tweeds a great variety of Black and col. Co Burghs Crape Balzarine and Muslin dresses Hoyle s prints Nursery diaper Huck Abuck printed and other dresses a Large assortment of gentlemen s White and coloured shirts Drill Long cloth bleached and unbleached Calico sheeting blankets White and coloured counterpane dress Caps silk Satin and Straw bonnets mantles co hrs chem settes ladies and gent s neck ties White and coloured kid and other gloves Wellington oxonian and other boots and shoes ladies and children boots and shoes of every kind silk Cotton and worsted stockings and seeks sewing and other Cotton Needles and pins umbrellas and parasols Gunpowder percussion Caps shot look ing glasses shaving boxes ladies work boxes foolscap letter and note paper Lead pencils slates and slate pencils copy books Murray s and other grammars Tutor s assistants steel and other pens Black Blue and red Ink Brussels and other carpeting Hearth rugs matting paper hangings Sussex stoves fenders and Are Irons tableland desert knives and Forks pocket and pen knives scissors brass candlesticks lamps and lamp Cotton sauce pans boilers Iron pots and Camp ovens bottled and other fruits preserves pickles sperm and other candles dinner services decanters Tea services. Patna and Java Rice moist Coss pore and other Bugar Tea Coffee Fine and second Adelaide flour colonial butter raisins cur. Rants soap starch Blue nails and window Glass and a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. _ t. W. Oakley. Ilous to let. That comfortable residence late in the occupation of Lieut colonel Reeves. Apply to or Hamersley or at the office of this journal. To be sold by auction. Or. Lionel Samson go tenement Mattot Moneeb has received instructions from the Trya tees of the will of the late my Stockley to offer for Sale Early next month in � lots the following very valuable pro Perty Viz i it 1.-All that eligible inn or Public j House called " the Stag s head in High Street Fremantle with the Yard tables Bakehouse brewhouse stores and outbuildings adjoining lately in the occupation of or Anthony Curtis. Lot 2.-All that valuable property adjoining the above comprising several convenient cottages Carpenter s shop and slaughterhouse situate a Pakenham Street Fremantle also lately in the Docu Patio of or Anthony Curtis. Lot 3.-All that Stone store now partly erected situate m , Fremantle and comprising Fremantle building lots nos. 85 and 86. Lot 4.-au those several cottages Sheds Yards and premises comprising Fremantle building lots nos. 381 & 385. Conditions of Sale can be obtained ten Days previous to the Day of Sale from the auctioneer Fremantle or at the office of messes. Stone & Howell solicitors Perth where plans of the property can be seen. To Small Farmers and others. Sale of horses sheep cart House hold furniture a. To be sold by auction by or. Thomas Smith at Toodyay about the15th november at Herbert s hotel the following Stock fee the property of or. F. Lee Rheee or four horses 1 Young Colt and. A Good cart with harness for 3 horses. Two Good bridles and saddles. A Small flock of sheep about 100, More or less household furniture consisting of bedsteads mattresses a sofas a Good Side Board a. Also Tea kettles saucepans dinner service and various other articles. Also a few Good carpenters and other tools a vice 3 pit saws Spades shovels acc a. Sex John Laird consigned by h. Manning of London it v. P. Brandy u Jamaica bum Sherry in or. Casks Kent hops Tea Black and Green Best London soap Groux Patent soap millinery clothing women s boots and shoes stationery 750 whole and sawn deals on hand a fire bricks York paving stones slate labs Ewbank s Patent nails Acac. Thomas Waight Fremantle. A Fortunto be made in full last by an industrious Han to be sold or let. The Well know and old established " commercial hotel and tavern together with outhouses Stock Yard stabling and other valuable Tene ments belonging to the above named pre Mises situate in the Central part of St. George s Terrace Perth. Also two Grants in South Perth con Taining 200 acres each of Good land one being now let at a nominal rent of �35 a annul. Also 1 Grant cleared adjoining or. Nichols s the Painter Adelaide Terrace., the whole of the above or a part there of to be disposed of upon reasonable terms. Persons wishing to invest their Money could not possibly enter upon a better speculation and to the Young beginner the above presents an Opportunity rarely to be Jnet with. U for further particulars apply to the proprietor c. V. Bibra commercial hotel # t St. George s Terrace. Perth october 21,1854.l Cartes and Battram invite the attention of the Public to. Their " extensive Stock of new goods " just landed sex Johw Laird Fremantle september 30th, 1854. Turner s store Adelaide Terrace. Having been refitted is now opened with an entirely new assortment of fashionable goods per John Laird from London comprising a Grea variety of Linen drapery millinery hosiery Haberdashery &c., and trusts that their Quality and Price for Cash Only will insure the favor of friends and the Public generally. 1 James Turner. Perth october 4th, 1854. " cheaper than eyer.". Sex John Laird and i e. Barmett begs to inform the ladies and gentlemen of Perth and its Vicinity that he has just received in the above named vessels an increased assortment of v new and fashionable goods which with the whole of his former Stock comprises the Best selection of goods in the Colony and which Herb determined to sell at unprecedented Low prices with the View to meet the demands of All classes. # l e. B. In returning his sincere thanks to the Public for the support he has hitherto met with assures them that it will be his constant aim to sell the Best article at the lowest Price and trusts that by so doing he will Merit a continuance of their favors. The following is a list of the new goods now on Sale Paney silk dresses Black and coloured Satin Black and coloured silk velvets Cap and Bonnet ribbon piece and Edge blonds silk and Satin neckties artificial Flowers worked Muslin collars habit shirts chem settes Muslin and lace sleeves ribbon velvet Elzarine braids parasols dress Caps boots and shoes hosiery of every description Whiten and coloured stays gloves of every kind Swiss Taconet Indian Ledger and Check mus Lins White Muslin dresses baby Linen infant s cloaks and hoods bleached and unbleached Cali Coes bed tick american Drill Dungaree blankets White and Brown sheeting of every make Brown and Check Hollands Linen Gingham Coburg cloth alpacas Black and coloured Cotton velvet girl and boy s Straw and tuscan hats shawls worsted jackets Superior assortment of White counterpane suitable for warm climates and a Quantity of other goods too numerous too particularized. E. B. Further draws the attention of the ladies to a numerous Stock a of Barege Mush and other dresses far Superior to anything that has yet been introduced into this Colony. A. B. Only requests a visit in tee gentle ens clothing and Slop department a where Are Superior articles at unheard of prices. Black cloth Black and coloured Al Paca Coats Black Blue and drab cloth and Doeskin browsers Tweed ditto Satin and fancy vests White figured Satin ditto silk neckties Black and coloured bilk handkerchiefs braces lambs Wool pants Ana vests Blue Serge shirts scotch twill fancy re Gatta Cord and Moleskin browsers cd. Shirts shirts shirts if you wanta Good White shirt just drop in at e. A s. Emporium. Hats hats hats a Large assortment of Black and White hats Superior Quality and at very Low prices. A Fine assortment of tweeds and Doeskin not to be equalled for Quality or Price also Linen Drill a very Superior article. The whole of the above named goods must be cleared out As soon As possible on account of further shipments Small Are invited. E. Barnett. St. George s Terrace Perth near the jetty. Sundries for Sale. A my Heioak clocks bedsteads turpentine solar lamp Cottons Maccaroni Corsi a. Pore sugar. e. Barnett
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