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Launceston Independent (Newspaper) - October 3, 1851, Launceston, Tasmania National Library of Australia first Wool ship for England the Fine fast sailing barque John panted 272 tons John commander. This vessel having her dead weight and the greater portion of her cargo engaged will be ready to take in Wool immediately after her return from Augusta calling at Bunbury for the convenience of the ship pers of Wool in the Les Chenault District. L or freight or passage having excellent accommodations for passengers apply to or. J. W. Davey Fremantle or to or. A. Shenton Perth. Advances on Wool. Advances made on the forthcoming clip and on All kinds of produce suited for exportation consigned to Gib son Linton & co of London. Gibson mtg Ebay Tett & co. Wool 6rc. The undersigned Aro prepared to Pur Chase or make advances of Wool or other produce consigned to their agents in London messes. Grellet Brothers and co. W. & e. Habgood. Advances on Wool. A a m by. Jar Vanees on Wool con signed to his agent in London or to any party the owner May direct. Advances on Wool. The undersigned will Purchase or make advances upon Wool the owner hav ing the option of consigning the same to an agent in England be May wish. G. Shenton. K notice to bushmen. Anga Eoo and opossum skins purchased by Thomas Alcott. Fremantle town Trust. The quarterly meeting of the Fremantle town Trust will be held at the court House on monday the 6th october next at the usual hour. J. W. Davey chairman. Mill stones. Wanted to Purchase a pair of Mill stones 3 or 4 feet in diameter. Enquire at the office of this journal. Perth town Trust. usual quarterly meeting of the Al trustees will be held in the court House Perth on monday the 6th prox Imo at 3 p. T. Eye Kelly chairman. Perth sept. 15,1851. On Sale at the stores of the under signed wholesale and retail on the River Beach Henry Street Fremantle. Brandy in or. Casks United Vine Yardum in hhds., Gin in cases Sherry wine in octaves bottled Beer a. Colonial flour Nice sugar Tea Eai sins Pepper soap starch Blue and soda. Irish mess pork hams a. Iron and tinware nails brads screws hinges Tower bolts Iron steel wedges Bullock chains Carpenter s tools hair and Heath brooms brushes a. Woo bags lamps lamp and Candle Cotton Lucifer matches Cali Coes channels Moleskin and Cord trousers Duck frocks and trousers cot ton shirts boots dressed leather for la Dies shoes earthenware and punt Glass Bull s eyes and shades la thorns an assortment of Fine Parramatta hats also-nearly2000 handsomely bound books comprising literary and scientific works novels a of every description. Catalogues May be seen on application. G. B. Mitchison. Fremantle sept. 20,1851. Just Pulu sized Price 2s. Go. I the Western australian Magazine contents to our and country in Western ments from a naval surgeon s note of Australia evidences of of the the editors of the a australian Magazine first of Dom notes of a naval Schoolboy recollections no. 1.-re Marks on a passage in and present condition and future prospects of the Colony. Non subscribers May obtain copies upon application to the publisher a. Sent or Adelaide Terrace Perth. Rove into Kenley Park on the 22nd instant a Bay Mare with Black legs ditto mane White Oft fetlock White spot in fore head and branded on ribs near Side. The owner can obtain the same on pay ment of this advertisement and other expenses by applying to h. Martin. Henley Park sept. 24,1851._ notice. All persons cutting Timber or other Wise trespassing upon any of the lands of t. R. C. Walters esq., will be dealt with As the Law directs. T. & h. Carter. Agents. September 22, 1851._ two stray horses which have Bee posted in York since monday the 15feh instant will be offered for Sale unless claimed in due time. A Stout Bay with Saddle Marks piece off the ear near Side Black legs and a Cross on on the neck. A red Roan whitish Hind quarters very straight Hocks and Long legs. R. G. Meares resident magistrate. Temperance Benefit society. Al he usual quarterly meeting of the i above society will be held in the Temperance Hall at half past seven p. M., on wednesday the 8th prox., for the transaction of the general business of the society As Well As to erase from the books the names of such members As shall have allowed their payments to fall so much in arrear As to incur forfeiture. B. Smith Secretary. Bricks bricks Henry Gray respectfully informs his numerous friends and the colonists generally that he has entered into very extensive arrangements in the Brickin aking business and will be enabled As Early As the season will permit to Supply and deliver in Perth or Fremantle or on the Banks of either Rivers any number of a Superior description and on the lowest and most Liberal terms. Apply to or. G. Shenton Perth or Heney Gay Peninsula. Just arrived per " m. P. Cassilly " from Singapore and on Sale at the stores of the undersigned at Fremantle. Sugar Black and Green teas Salt Petre Manilla rope Rattan Rice yams wrought nails sugar Candy Pep per Ginger glue snuff Chetney sauces Gutta Percha basins Ewers and buckets j american Brown and bleached Drill pre serves oars Beer in bottle Curry powder Nutmeg Coffee crackers in tins cases Sherry wine do. Cherry Brandy clocks 8-Day ditto gentlemen s and ladies saddles and bridles Nan keen furniture consisting of sofas bedsteads chairs tables Small do., and chests drawers Inch boards cd. Barker & Pope now Landing sex John Panter and on Sale at the stores of the undersigned. Brandy in Hhd and Quarter casks old Tom in Hhd Quarter casks and cases Geneva in Hhd and cases Sherry in Hhd Quarter casks and cases Islay whiskey in cases Marsala and Tarragona wine in Quarter casks port wine in 1 & 3 dozen cases Champagne and Ryder in cases Lime juice in Quarter casks and cases vinegar in Quarter casks. Split peas Oatmeal Congreve matches tobacco pipes Leaf tobacco currants Rais ins cheese in tins prime mess pork in barrels Liverpool Salt sperm Patent sperm and composition candles English soap soda table cutlery plated goods stationery saddlery a. Milk pans and kettles water carriers Hook pots and Panni cans lanterns baking dishes Oil fillers funnels teapots lamps Sussex stoves Bronze and brass Fen Ders steel fire Irons. Bullock chains Crow bars spikes nails ploughs and plough shares Spades Forks 3-legged pots enamelled saucepans kettles door Chest and cupboard locks screens hinges a Copper measures Iron bedsteads Lead pumps shot and Gunpowder saws a. -100 feet super. Flooring boards 10x12 feet 7xl� at 3d per foot run. Scantling from 3x3 to 6x6 2 and 2i Inch Plank various lengths at 3d per foot superficial Pine palings 15s per Hundred nests tubs 8 in each nest 35s a nest ditto boxes 5 in each 5s ditto Corn brooms 20s, 26s, & 30s dozen rope and Bolt rope of various sizes. Window sashes ditto guano �5 per ton dem Johns of vinegar salad Oil in 1 dozen cases Brandy in 1 dozen cases in Bond brewing sugar and Superior molasses harpoons lances 1 Good whale boat and the Schooner boat wave in Good repair. Paints of All colours soap sperm Oil 8s per gallon buckets 24s. Per dozen oakum blocks and a Quantity of ship Chandler s stores always on hand. I Frances Scott Saint George s Church Perth. The local trustees of Saint George s Church Perth Are desirous of laying before the Public the difficulties in which they Are placed in regard to this building and of soliciting that Aid without which it will be impracticable to carry out their views in the execution of works absolutely necessary not Only for the Comfort and accommodation of the congregation but also for the safety of the building. The works contemplated Are the re Newal of the Arches Over the windows plastering the entire exterior Walls correcting some defects in the gutters of the roof erecting a permanent gallery laying the floors and putting up appropriate pulpits. These several works stand classified in the order of their respective importance and the expense of the whole May be estimated at about �400. As the debts originally incurred in the erection of this building still remain undischarged to a considerable amount it is unreasonable to expect any assistance from the Pew rents until these liabilities Are liquidated. The local trus tees have therefore no resource but to a peal to the sympathy of the congregation and the Public generally for assistance. The sum of �70 has recently been Pla ced at their disposal arising from the sur plus lighting fund and a donation from his excellency the governor out of the Public Chest. This amount is placed at the head of the subscription list and whatsoever funds May be contributed in Aid of these works will be carefully expended by the trustees and duly accounted for from time to time. The trustees therefore look with Confidence to the friends of the protestant Faith to assist them in rendering the metropolitan Church an edifice More suitable for divine worship better adapted to the wants of the Community and More Credi table to the capital of this rising Colony. T. Helmst j ? w. Knight Jjo f a. Hillman trustees Perth sept. 23,1851. Further arrivals sex Laurel Lapwing & John b Lyons begs to inform the ladies. And gentlemen of Perth and its surrounding neighbourhood that he has just received an immense assortment of new and fashionable goods by the above named vessels which with the whole of his former Stock comprise the Best selection of goods in the Colony. To enumerate the further addition would be impossible through the medium of the press the advertiser contents himself by mentioning a few Only and in conclusion begs to return his sincere thanks for the patronage to has hitherto received and trusts he shall Merit a continuance of the same. The following Are amongst the new goods ladies Paisley Cordova Cashmere and Woollen shawls a Small assortment of Silks for dresses Rich Black silk trimmed visits lace trimmed handkerchiefs nets muslims insertions edgings Rich Black Gros de Naples plaids dress Caps hosiery of every description reticule purses steel beads Black and coloured Silks Small wares of All descriptions fringes Gimps table Linen infants Long and Short White Robes baby Linen flannel Cali Coes children s hoods muffs cloaks a de Laines and new pattern print dresses a &. Gentlemen s Black and Blue cloth frock Coats Block cloth shooting Coats Sydney Tweed ditto Fine dark Sydney tweeds for trousers gentle men s opera ties waistcoats trousers and clothing of every description. The above goods b. Lyon has deter mined upon Selling at a very trifling percentage having advices of Large shipments to follow shortly. B. Lyon. Nearly opposite the freemasons tavern Perth september 13th, 1851. "

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