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Shipping. s1

JTEAM TO MELBOURNE.-The _) HAVILAH,

r Captain McFie, on Saturday next, the 8th instant, ab 4 p.m.

RETURN TICKETS issued, available for either the

HAVILAH or OMEO.

J. NEWMAN & SON, Port,

do J-DARWENT, GrenfeU-street.

S'

( TE 4M TO PORT LINCOLN AND

PORT AUGUSTA.-The

_ MARION,

Captain Ward, will sail on Saturday next, the lat October, on arrival of the 3.30 p.m. train. ,

i?ood3 must be alongside not later than 12 o'clock on 'day of sailing. Freight on small packages and parcels to be prepaid or they will not be forwarded.

J.STtLLING, & CO., lTim "",, Tw

J. DARWENT, f Town and Port

d6 ELDER, STIRLING. & CO., Port Augusta.

STEAM TO GUICHEN BAY. -The

screw-steamer

r ANT,

Captain Snewin, will aiil from

Port Adelaide . Tuesday, 4th October. Guichen Bay .., Friday. 7th October.

WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JON., & CO.,

Town and Port ; de ORMEROD & CO., Guichen Bay.

1ST WOOL SHIPS FOR LONDON. _ FEBRUARY SALES.

The undersigned are prepared to engage for the Con ».yanee of Wdîl to Melbourne, per steamer, and thence to London by nrat-ckss vessels, to arrive in time for the February sales. Freights at direct rates.

J. NEWMAN & SON, Port ;

de J. DARWENT, Grenfell-atreet.

FOR LONDON DIRECT.

-¿3>#^>'D LACK WALL LINE OF PACKETS. TSaacy ¡T> To sail on Monday, October 10.-The

magnmcdnt clipper ship,

ANGLESEY,

1,200 tons, John McKerhe, commander (belonging to Messrs. Green of Blackwall).

For arrangement for freight or passage, apply to

JOHN NEWMAN, & SON, Port ; or

thsttxl J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street, Adelaide.

'OOL SHIP FOR LONDON, calling

at the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE

_(weather permitting), or at ST. HELENA. - The well known Al clipper ship ' i

ORIENT,

1,132 tona register, Captain A. Lawrence, is now on the berth, and will sail with her usual promptitude, on a day

to be fixed, not later than the 20th December. Has ex- cellent accommodation for cabin, second cabin, and .teer.ige passengers. She carries an experienced surgeon.

The Orient is now discharging cargo at Princes Wharf. For freight or passage, and to inspect plans, apply to .Captain Lawrence on board, or to

JOSEPH STILLING is CO. September 27,1859. tthsxc

j^IRST WOOLSHIP FROM PORT

AUGUSTA FOR LONDON DIRECT The fine new British-built barque

DELHI,

895 tons register, Captain Thwaites, will load at Port Augusta for London, and be dispatched first week in November.

For rates of freight, apply to

A. D. TASSIE, Port Augusta ; or to

stthxc ELDER, STIRLING & CO., Adelaide.

*2si^TpOR LONDON.-The favorite Al fast tfcO?y J- sailing barque

-sraOa- BRfoTOW,

<3aptain John Harris (expected to arrive in October), will immediately take the berth for London, and will be «despatched with customary punctuality.

For freight or passage, apply to

WAL YOUNGHUSBAND JUN., & CO., «wxe Town and Port,

F

ÍOR MELBOURNE.-To Passengers

only, haying the who'e of her cargo | engaged.-The fast-sailing barque

BENJAMIN HEAPE,

258 tons register, J.'Hughes master, will be dispatched for the above po>"t during the ensuing week.

For passage only, apply to

FREDERICK FISHER, Gilbert-place ; or J. E. BURY, Exchange Colonnade.

October 1, 1853. de

^^f^. /COLCHESTER, FOR MELBOURNE.

Vf!, ifflp* \J PASSENGERS by above favorite trader

anust be on board after arrival of 11.15 train on Satur .day, as she proceeds to sea at 1 o'clock. Has still room ?for a few passengers.

d4 JOHN NEWMAN & SON, Agents.

*OR PORT WAKEFIELD.-The

PHOBE,

;80 tons, W. Spells, master, will sail on Satur- day next, October 1st. JFor freight or passage apply to

d8 G.W. BROWN, Port.

SHIPS' POSTERS.- Captains of vessels and Shipping

Agents will do well to order their Ships' Posters and ?«ther Marine Printing at the Advertiser and Chronicle offices, 117, Hindley-street ; or, of Platts, Branch Office, wner of King William-street.

Business Notices.

"VTOTICE TO FARMERS.-Finding that trifles in J3L steam-made Harrows have been kindly received by différant parties, stimulates me to further exertions. I now propose to distribute a few pairs of ateam-made Wheels amongst the different ploughing matches of 1860.

JOSEPH MELLOR,

xld6 Morphett-street, Adelaide.

TtTOTICE OF RFMOVAL-The undersigned here J3I with notifies that he has II E MOVED his OFFICE from Weymoufi-street to Messrs. Brown & Isbister's, "Currie-street, whare all business connected with his Murray Steamers will in future be conducted.

tthsSxl F. CADELL.

FINE NEW SCOTCH OATMEAL, in 15 lbs?and

42 lbs. tins, on Sale by

stthfix* P. McRÖSTIE, 13», Bundle-street.

SCOTCH PICKLED HERRINGS, in barí

qr.-barrels, iu fine condition, on Sale by

,stthbx* P. McROSTIE, 139, Rundle-!

SCOTCH PICKLED HERRINGS, in barrels and

-street.

THE FINEST CONGOU TEA'in the Colony on

Sale by

.stthox* P. McROSTIE, 139, Rundle.street.

INSPECriON Í3 invited to J. O. Fretwell's new

and greatly improved POCKET BAGATELLE TABLES, at very Reduced Prices.

J. O. FRETWELL,

wsm5 Billiard Table Manufacturer, Gawler-place.

M ESSES. WEBB & CO., 52, Gracechnrch-street

London, are prepared to execute Indent Orders for the British or Continental Markets on the most favorable terms. For full particulars, apply to

RIPLEY WEBB & CO.

smc Grenfell-street, Adelaide.

THIRST CLASS PRIZfc AGRICULTURAL J? IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY of every ?description, may always be obtained the cheapest at

MESSRS. TUXFORDS, Importers,

Uortk-terrace, fronting the Railway Stations, and

Grote and Gouger-streets, Adelaide. dxc

EXHIBITION PRIZE.

W. H. BURFORD, SOAP and CANDLE

WORKS, established 1838.

Highest price for Fat, Tallow, and Grea .

.Grenfell-street. de

PH. WHITE & CO.,

. Importers of GALVANIZED TINNED, and GALVANIZED IRON, PATENT TILES, &.c, 92, KING WILLIAM-STREET, ADELAIDE, de

HAY. HAY. HA\.-Well pressed and in good

condition, on sale at the stores of the under* .signed.

de R. M. TAPLEY, Port.

CHAFFED HAY. CHAFFED HAY

Be3t Chaffed Hay at £4 10s. per ton for cash, delivered in any part of Adelaide in quantities not less than 200 lbs.

W.KING,JUN.,

<dac O'Connell-street, North Adelaida.

STEREOSCOPES and STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS

cheap and in great variety, at

E. S. WIGG'S, 12, Bundle-street.

TO PERSONS ORDERING ADVERTISEMENTS

in the South Australian Advertiser and in the Weekly Chronicle,-It is respectfully requested that «very advertisement, forwarded for insertion in the above papers, be inscribed, either at the foot or on the back of the skim docvMent/rñth. the name of the paper in which the advertisement is to appear, and also the number of insertions. When this rulo is not observed, advertise- ments referring to any forthcoming event will bo con* tinued until the date of their natural expiry, and all «rdera fo-alterations, or for the discontinuance of ad-

vertisements in the Weekly Chronicle must be in writing, end left at the office not later than Wednesday evening, otherwise they cannât be attended-to. New advertise- ments, tsbg printed in another part of the paper, wUl be received until Thursday evening for the country edition; and until Friday evening for the town edition.

AdvettUer and Chronicle Offices. Feb.. 18fi9.

JOB PRINTING.-Every description of'Plain and

Ornamental Printing executed with economy, fueuracy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser ana Chrontäe Offices, 117, Hindley-street, Orders may also be left at the Branch Office, Platts*?, comer of Kin?

WilKara-streeV ' ' " '

Business Notices.

THE

LEVIATHAN

CITY EARTHENWARE and ({LASS STORE, I

Pirie-street, opposite the Post-office.

Just opened, at the above Establishment, more than 500 Crates, Casks, and Cases of New GoodB, consisting of China and Ironstone,- Breakfast and Tea Sets, Dinner, Dessert, and Toilette Services, in great variety, with an extensive and general assortment of goods, suitable to the requirements of every class of the community. An inspection solicited from buyers -for the Murray trade, Country Storekeepers, Private Families, Publicans, Sus.. &c., where will be found the most extensive and varied stock of the above ever offered in South Australia.

T. FUTCHER & CO.,

Proprietors.

TO FLORISTS.-FLOWER-POTS of every size,

English and Colonial made,

At FUTCHER'S,

22, Bundle-street.

F

ILTEES.-A fresh supply of the old

INIMITABLES just opened, and on ale,

' At FUTCHER S,

22, Rundle street.

CHEAP EARTHENWARE, GLASS, &c, Wholesale

and Retail,

At T. FUTCHER, & CO'S.,

l8 and 20,*Currie-street (late Prince's).

CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE. &c-Parties

furnishing will find an excellent assortment of every description of the above, and at prices to meet the exigencies of the times, at

T. FUTCHER'S,

Staffordshire House, 22, Rundle-street.

N.B.-Country orders attended to with care and despatch. Goods packed by experienced packers, and forwarded to any part of the world. tthsxc

BOOTS. BOOTS. BOOTS.

The premises of the undersigned will be RE- OPENED on Thursday next, September 22, when every article will be marked at such a price as will at once show that this is a genuine

CLEARING OUT SALE, previous to fresh trade-arrangements.

It is useless to name prices in an advertisement of this kind, but.no customer will be pressed to purchase any article that does not, from its quality and price, com mend itself to his favorable judgment.

Colonial as well as English Boots will be equally

reduced.

j JOHN KITELEY,

de 79, Hindley-street.

A H- BEYER beg3 most respectfully to acquaint £jL» his friends and the public, that he will

OPEN A GROCERY BUSINESS

on Wednesday, October 5th, on the premises formerly occupied by A. Beyer «fe Son. at the

CORNER OF PIRIE AND FREEMAN-STREETS,

opposite the Union Bank, and hopes that by selling after the principle of

QUICK RETURNS and SMALL PROFITS, he will receive a fair share of public patronage.

A. H. BEYER will be a constant purchaser of Colonial

Produce.

NOTICE to tho TRADE and to BREWERS.

Coffee, Cocoa, and Patent Malt Roasted to Order on the premises. d6xl

FOR SALE, a Rosewood Cottage PIANO, just im-

ported, of a very superior quality. Its sounds being most powerful, render it suitable for a large drawing-room. Can be seen at the residence of Mr Reyher, Professor of Music, Flinders-street East, near the Norwich Arms. d7x2

STODARTS SPLENDID TONED PIANOS, and a

First Class Harmonium.

Music, Bongs, Duets, Quadrilles, &c. Union Tune Books, and Harmonists.

E. S. W1GG, 12, Rundle-street.

fTIHOMAS FAX, LEATHER SALESMAN for the JL House of Peacock & Son, Grenfell-street Tan- yard, Importer of Grindery and Shoemakers' Tools, Í eigh-atreet, Adelaide.

N.B.-The Trade supplied wholesale on liberal tennB. Observe-The Beehive, established 1840. dxc

PENMAN & GALBRAITH

LITHOGRAPHERS, ENGRAVERS, and

COPPERPLATE PRINTERS,

60, Rundle-street,

(Opposite the Hamburgh Hotel.)

Marriage and Business Cards, Bill-heads, Bills of Lading, Bills of Exchange, Scrip, Money Orders, Circulars, Maps, Plans, Plain, Fancy, and Colored Labels, Drawings, &c, &c, executed in the best style of Litho- graphy or Engraving, at the lowest remunerative charges.

Engraving on Gold, Silver, Copper, Brass, and Wood, dq

rpO WINEGROWERS, BREWERS, and OTHEftS, L to whom it is an obiect to have a GOOD THER- MOMETER.-The undersigned has a great variety on hand, manufactured by Mr. Casella, ranging from 210 to 250, 300, 350, 400, 500, and 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Sold under warranty by

E. S. WIGG, 12, Rundle-street.

TO F A R M E R S and OTHERS.

CASELLA'3 BAROMETERS.

Mr. Casella (Maker to the Admiralty), to meet the growing wants of agriculturists, has manufactured an excellent Barometer at a low price, and a supply is now on hand, at 23s. 6d. each, and sold under warranty by

E. S. WIGG, 12, Rundle-street.

r^OOD NEWS FROM HOME.-MESSRS. W. S VJT KIRKLAND & CO., AGENTS, 7, King William street, Strand, London, England, beg to call the attention of Residents in Adelaide and the other Australian Colonies, to the advantage of subscribing to the

''EVENING MAIL," NEWSPAPER,

which is a reprint of all the Leading Articles, Essays, Correspondents' Letters, and News ot the Times London newspaper-everything, in fact, but the advertisements and can be forwarded by them to any of the Australian Colonies, post-free; for £3 6s. per annum, via South- ampton, and £313s. via Marseilles. Thus, it is, in fact, the Times at half-price, with the advantage of not being

encumbered with advertisements.

ALL THE CREAM WITHOUT THE MILK!

Subscriptions will be received at the office of this .»aper. ft

rpHE SUCCESS OF MODERATE PRICES has | 1. been strikingly evidenced in the large and still in- creasing patronage which, notwithstanding the depres- sion of trade, has been awarded to the New Papers. The Advertiser is now established as a medium, second to none in the colony, for the publication of every descrip ion of business and general notices, a fact which must in a'great measure be attributed to the Reduced Scale of Charges adopted at the outset and still adhered to. The Advertiser being found in every place of public re- sort, cannot be surpassed as an organ of public informa- tion, whilstits exceedingly liberal tariff of charges gives it an advantage especially and exclusively its own.

The following is the exceedingly moderate SCALE of CHARGES for ADVERTISEMENTS in the "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER":

OWE IH8EBTION. -

^ Two lines . One Shilling

Three lines .One ana Fourpence Four lines . One and Sixpence

Five lines . One and Ninepence Six lines. Two Shillings _

And Twopence additional for each succeeding line.

SCALE OF DISCOUNTS.

Three and Four Insertions ... 10 per cent. Five Insertions ,.15 per cent. One Week ....20 per cent. A Fortnight.30 per cent. One Month .40 per cent. Two Months.,. 50 per cent. Three Months.60 per cent.

The Weekly Chronicle is now recognised through- out the country districts as one of the moat important advertising mediums. The most cursory glance at the advertisements of the Chronicle -will convince of the truth of this statement. Country Storekeepers, auc- tioneers, farmers, stockbreeders, and others, will effect a great saving by availing themselves of this channel of information. To Horticultural and Agricultural Socie- ties, Sporting Committees, and others requiring long announcements, the reduction will be of considerable im-

portance. District Councils, and all others required by law to advertise notices of their intended proceedings, will also effect material saving by availing themselves of the

W BEKLT Chronicle.

CHARGE ÏOP ONE INSERTION.

SIXPENCE per line for the first Six Lines, Fourpence

". er line afterwards.

Liberal Discounts for numerous insertions.

Adwtrfisrr and (Jhmvirft afRoe*. 117 Hindlev-ntreefc.

TO ADVERTISERS.-The Commercial Conran»

nity are respectfully requested to examine the file of the South Australian Advertiser since the publication of its first number, whjjn it will be apparent that it is the leading ADVEETiamo iiEBrrrv ia this colony.

The Commercial oommunityara . > \ i J «ted to examine he Scale of Charges and Discount! a lo > '.ed by tho" Pro rietors of the South Australian At*v t it r, when it will bt evident th it is the cheapest ¿uptckhsiho medium in this colony.

Advertiser Office, 117, Hhidley-ftra«*,

General Merchandise.

E

OUT!? VT -

30Hhds. U.V.P.1 Brown BRANDY

500 cases Pale Brandy 10 hhds. Pale Brandy

SO hhds. Bass's No. 3 Ale.

BURNETT NATHAN.

Adelaide, September 26,1859. de

JUST ARRIVED, per Escort, a choice assortment of

PAPER HANGINGS (selected by Mr. S. R. Hall),

and now on view at the old-established GLASS, OIL, and COLOR WAREHOUSE, LKIGH-STKRET.

ROBERT DODGSON,

dx Successor to S. R. Hall.

Drapery and Clothing.

QUPERIOR READY-MADE CLOTHING.-JUST C3 RECEIVED, per Alma, a quantity of the most Super or READY-MADE CLOTHING ever see i in this market, in suits or single articles, in Twee is and Doe skius. Quality, workmanship, and style, quite equal to tailors' goods.

A. MACGEORGE,

dxc 40, King William-street.

TO LADIES MAKING SUMMER PURCHASED

They will find NEW GOODS being OPENED daily at FERNELBY*S, Rundle-street and Gawler place. Already opened is the White Braid Bonnet, trimmed in different styles and colors, so much worn in England during the late summer. Also

Balzirines, plain and fijunced

Printed Muslins, in the simple robe and flounced French de L lines, plain and printed

Muslin Scarfs and Jackets, new, very elegint

Summer Cloth Mantles and Black Glad do., novel

shapes

Marcella Jackets, Holland do., very cheap, With every other description of Drapery.

All of the Newest Styles, Superior Qualities, at the Lowest Charges._de

SEE THE

} OLD COATS G M

AT

PITCH'S,

RUNDLE-STREET, opposite the York Hotel, de Professional and Trade Addresses. F BRIT TAIN* JONES

. CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENERAL AGENT,

PORT ADELAIDE. dxc

HITE & EGERTON. LAND, LOAN, and COMMISSION AGENTS.

KAPUNDA. dxc

R. A. NICHOLS,

SURVEYOR,

MELROSE,

MOUNT REMARKABLE. xstth*

A GRAHAM (late Accountant to the R.M.N. Com

a panyat Goolwa), Licensed Shipping, Commis- sion, and General Agent, Goolwa Wharf. Goods for shipment up the Murray forwarded by the first vessel eaving dswc

Books, »Stationery, &c.

Just published,

REV. T. BINNEYS The Church of the Future, and

the Adelaide Correspondance ; also, Binney's "Ts1 it Possible to make the Best of Both Worlds," Sir T. F. Buxton ; and the Wife. To be had at

W. C. RIGBY'S, 53, Hindley-street.

LIBRARIES, INSTITUTES, STOREKEEPERS,

the CLERGY, and the PUBLIC in general, will find it much to their advantage before purchnsing to inspect the magnificent STOCK OF BOOKS NOW ON SALEby the undersigned, being by far the CHEAPEST audbest selected Stockwer before offered in the colon v\ All the newBooks in every department of Literature received

within four months of publication, and new supplies of J

all the Standard Works constantly being received ; any

Work not in stock procured with punctuality and I despatch. Amongst othf-rs equally desirable will be found the following :- Macaiday's History of England. Alison's History of Europe, Gibbon's Roman Empire, Swainson'sNew Zealand, Strickland's Queen3 of Scotland, Kelly's Victoria, White's History of France, and l8 Christian Centuries, Murray's Handbook to India, Russell's Crimean War, Management of Children, Fowne's Manual Chemistry, Graham's Domestic Medicine, Lavater's Physiognomy, Cooley's Cyclopaedia, Practica' Receipts, Rarey's Horse Training Illustrated, Timb'e Year Book of Facts and Things not generally known Cressy and De Lolme on the Constitution, Hugh Miller's Sketch Bock, Geology, McCosh's Typical Forms and Special Ends Creation, Lyell's Principles Geology, Tom Brown's School Days, H. Kingsley's Geoffrey Hamlyn, an Australian Tale, Guizot's Memoirs of mv own Time, Biyce's literary Gazetteer, Tomlinson' Cyclopedia of Arts and Manufactures, Ainslie's Land Surveying, Liebig's Letters on Modern Agriculture, Stephens's Book of Farm Implements, toarether with a large variety of Commercial and School Stationery, School Books, Church Services, Catholic Prayers, Wesley's and other Hymns, Atlases, Account Books, Pens, Ink, &c., too numerous to particularise in the

columns of an advertisement.

Best Selection of Railway and Parlour Library iu

Adelaide.

Agent for the Victorian Songster, and Thatcher's Colonial Songs and Minstrel.

Religious Tract Society Publications, at English prices. Inspection solicited. Competition defied. The Motto is-Small Profits and Quick Returns. Buyers and Judges come and see for yourselves,

dxc W. C. RIGBY, Proprietor, 53, Hindley-street.

NEW BOOKS, New Editions, and New Supplies,

just received by the undei-signed :

Siluria, by Sir R. J. Murchison ; Geology and Mine ralosy, by Buikland ; Powell on the Order of Nature ; Glaucus, with illustrations, by Kingsley ; The Wonder Seeker, by Fraser Tytler ; Hand-Book of Architecture, by Fergusson; Hand-Book of the Arts (Middle Ages), hy Labarte ; Dixon's Treatise on Heat ; Tke Two Paths by Ruskin; Rennie's Insect Architecture; Himalayan Journals, Dr. Hooker ; Hallam's Midile Age* ; Adam Bede, by G. Elliot ; Visits to Madagascar, by Ellis : Love me Little, Love me Long, by C. Reade ; Davenport Dunn, hy C. J .ever ; Mothers of Great Men, by Mr. Ellis ; Progrès of «reat Britain, by Phelps ; The Na- vies of the World, by Hans Busk ; Story of the Life o George Stephenson; Rambles at the Antipodes, by Wilson; Nature and Human.Nature, by ¡San Slick; Enquire Withinupon Everything ; TheJProfessor, Currer Bell ; Blaine's Cyclopajlia of Rural Sports ; Ireland, it* Scenery and Character, by Mrs. Hall ; Choice Notes on Folklore ; English Hearts and English Hand3 ; The Latter Days of Jerusalem and Rome, by Mccausland ; What is Revelation, by Maurice ; Hook's Church Die tionary ; Morning and Night Watches ; Leaders of the Reformation, by Tulloch ; Reason and Revelation, bi Candlish ; Memoirs of J. Wilson, E. Henderson, and P. J. Tvtler ; Spurgeon's Saint and his Saviuur ; Eadie's Paul the Preacher ; De Quincey^ Works, vols. 11 and 12 ; Walsh's Futtehgurh Mission.

W. C. RIGBY, Proprietor, 53. Hindley-street.

DICKENS^ "A TALE OF TWO CITIES," uniform

with the new Library Edition of his work3 ; '* All the Year Round." Subscriptions received for these, and every other Magazine, Review, Fashion Book, Newspaper, Periodical, &c, published in the United Kingdom, by

W. C. RIGBY, Bookseller, 53, Hindley-street. AW BOOKS, now on SALE, at

W. C. RIGBY'S, 53, Hindley-street.

L

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION : BOOKS recom

mended, on SALE, at

W. C. RIGBYS, 53, Hindley-street.

Price One Shill'ng.

HAILES'S NARRATIVE OF THE WRECK OF

THE ADMELLA.-A twopenny stamp willfree from one to five copies to England and elsewhere.

_PLATTS.

Price One Shilling.

HAILES'S NARRATIVE OF THE WRECK OF

THE ADMELLA.-A twopenny stamp will free from one to five copies to England and elsewhere.

_PLATTS.

Price One Shilline.

HAILES'S NARRATIVE OF THE WRECK OF

THE ADMELLA.-A twopenny stamp will free from one to five copies to England and elsewhere.

_PLATTS.

CHEAPEST STATIONERY WAREHOUSE IN

ADELAIDE.

LETTER PAPER, Fire Shillingsp3r Ream

LETTER PAPE«, Seven Shillings per Ream. LETTEE PAPER, Ten ShUlingsper Ream.

LETTER PAPER, Twelve Shillings per Roam.

LETTER PAPER, Eighteen Shilling* per Ream.

And every other Article of Stationery at proportionally

low prices,

PLATTS,

Established upwards of Twenty Years.

ILLUSTRATED NEWS, m Monthly Parts, Half-a

Crown each, Coloured Supplements included.

PLATTS (Established 1839.)

HOME NEWS.-The supply by the June Mail being

inadequate to the demand, the Public are reminded that Subscribers' Copies are guaranteed. Terms, ,15s.

per annum.

PLATTS, Sole Agent for the Homb News. "

MAP OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.-E. S. WIGG

having become Sole Proprietor of all the unsold copies of Messrs. Higginson & Painter's Map of South Au&Jacauay-has determined on reducing the price one-half.

The price now is;

In sheets) fa. In ease, 7s. 6d. Mounted on rollers wüTöHShea, 10s. '

Ä. S. WIGG» 12,.Rundle-str«et.

M

Books, Stationery, &c.

FAMILY BIBLES,and COMMENTARIES.-Cob

bin's Domestic Biblo, 1 vol. 4to. Cobbins Condensed Commentary, 1 do.

Do. Pocket do. ¿ Campbell's do. for Sunday School Teachers A. Clake's Commentary, 6 vols., Svo. M. Henry's do., 3 vols., 4to. Scott's do., 6 vols., 8vo.

Scott a-¿d Henry's do., combined, 6 vols., 8vo. Hawie's do., 3 vols., 4to.

Douay Bible, 2 vols'., 4to. Do. do., 1 vol. 4to.

Townsend's do., 3 vols., 8vo.

Paragraph Bible, with Annotation!»

Bagster s Comprehensive Biblo, large 4to.

The above are kept in strong and elegant bindings.

Also,

A few Copies of Bibles, 2-10 years old.

E. S. WIGG. No. 12. Rundle-street.

ATHEMATICAL INSTRUMEj fS, &c School Sets 5s. to 27s.' 6d.

Very Superior, ditto, 35s. to 40s.

Engineers and Surveyors, ditto, Turn Chook wht

..Ivory Scales, &c, 45s. to 60s. each.

" In German Silver, 8O3. to 100s. e»?h Ivory Plotting Scales and OSeet,

Ebony and Rolling Parallel Rulers,

Dividers, Drawing Pens, Curves, &c,

Turkey Mill Drawing Papers Demy to Antiquar-at, Drawing Cartridges, Drawing Boards, &c,

French and English Tracing Papers, all sizes and i

roll.

Tracing- Cloth, 'Endless Drawing Paper, 54ra-bei

wide, mounted and plain by the yara.

_E. S. WIGG 12, Rundle-street.

COPYING PRESSES, &c.,-Foolscap size, sold unde

a twelvemonths' warranty, £5 10s. ; Large Post Quarto, £2 15s. 6a.

Damping Brushes, 2s. to 4s. Oil. each.

Oil Boards and Papers, Is. to 2s. 6d. per set.

Copying Books, paged and indexed, all sizes, on hand

and made to order.

Copying Ides, Is. 3d. to 5s. per bottle.

_E. S. WTGG. No. 12. Rundle-street.

¡ ULLIEN'S CRAYON STUDIES, lam and Coloured t* Baxter's Oil Prints.

Pencil Sketches-Marine, Animals, and from Nature. Reeves' Water colours, i* boxes, from 2d. to 70s, Ditto, loose Colours.

Pencils, best Drawing and Scholastic

Crayons-Crayon Paper, Porte Crayms, &c.

_E. S. WIGG, 12, Rundle-street.

SWAN'S Large Post COPIES.

Swan's Small Post Copies.

Swan's Fine Foolscap Copies.

Swan's Large Ornamental Copies.

360 dozen just arrived, at

_E. S. W \ GO'S. Bundle-street.

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, TRACT Di!=

TRIBUTERS, and HEADS of FAMILIES, are reminded thit of the Religious Tract Society, the Sunday School Union, and others, 10,000 Books, and 100,000 Tracts are always on Sale at London prices, at

E. S. WIGG'S, 12, kundïe-street.

Heligious Notices.

UNITARIAN CHRISTIAN CHÜR0H.-On Sunday

Evening, the 2nd October, the Rev. J. CRAW- FORD WOODS, B. A., will deliver an Expository SERMON on "The Moralana Sp'ritual Influences of Revivals in Religion." Divine service at 6.30" d2

THE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES of HIGH

STRERT CHaPFL, KENSINGTON, -Rill be conducted as follows :

On LORD'S DAY, October 9, three SERMONS will be preiched <D.V.) ; in the morning, at half-past 10, by the Rev. C. E. PALMER ; in the afternoon, at hilf 1 a3t 2, by the Rev. J. W. C. DÎÎANE ; in the evening, at half-past 6, by the Rev. J. JEFFERIS, L.L.B

On MONDAY EVENING. October 10, at hilf-past 5, the Annual TEA MEETING will be held, to be fol- lowed bv a Publie Meeting at 7 o'clock ; tho Rev. F. W.

Cos in the chair

Tickets for the Tea, Is. 6d. each.

A collection will be made after each service, in aid of the Chapel funds. « x2fs4

Public Notices.

TO THE ELECTORS OF EAST TORRENS -

Gentlemen-I have been at>ked by several of niv cons'ituents whether it is correct (a3 runiorod) that I have intimated my intention not again to stand for East Torrens. In reply I beg to state, that no such intima- tion has ever been given or sanctioned by me, and that the authors of the rumor have diawa upon their imagi- nations for their facts.

But whilst thus distinctly repudiating officious state- ments, made on my behalf without my authority, I f«el it due to the electors of East Torrens to guard them asainst any possible misiuteipretation of my present disclaimer. I do not pledge myte'f to again beconie a candidate My desire is to be left wholly free to aft as my own circumst mees and as the complexion of political affairs may hereafter d tsrmine. Reserving this liberty to myself, I ¿"^course wish the electors of East Torrens lo act withe pial free lorn-altogether regardless of my present political connection with the district.

Whether it be my lot to represent East Torrens in the next Parliament or not, I shall ever cherish a lively sense of gratitude for the confidence reposed in me by the electors, and shall be. under all circumstances, ever willing, to the utmost of my ability, to advocate and promote the interests of the district.

I am, Gentlemen,

Your obedient Servant,

JOHN H. BARROW. Adelaide, September 28,1859. dx

A PRIZE of TEN GUINEAS open to South Aus- tralia is offered by the Gawler Institute for the   WORDS of a PATRIOTIC SONG, to be entitled " The Song of Australia " Copyright of words to which the Prize may be awarded to become the property of the

Gawler Institute.

Judges :

JohnH. Barrow, Esq., M.P. John Brown, Esq.

John Howard Clark, Esq.

Hon. A. Forster, M.L.C. W. C. Wearing, Esq.

E. J. Peake, Esq., M.P.

Competitors are free to adopt any treatment of sub- ject or rhythmical measure, so long as the composition is in accordance with the title and suitable for musical expression. Each competitor to write on the outside of the envelope covering the composition (which must not bear the name of the author, but a motto) the words " Poem for Prize ;" and in a second envelope to enclose his name, written outside the motto corresponding with that attached to the composition. Of those letters con- taining the names of the competitors, that alone will be   opened which bears the motto of the successful com- position.

All communications must be made by October 14, and addressed to George Isaacs, Gawler.

A PRIZE of TEN GUINEAS for Original MUSIC to " The Song of Australia" will be offered by the   Gawler Institute, immediately after the Judges shall have awarded the prize for the Words, when, further particulars will be advertised.

Judges for the Music :

G. W. Chinner, Esq. A. Ewing, Esq., D.A.C.G. F. S. Dutton, Esq., M.P. W. Holden, Esq.

GEORGE ISAACS,

Sec. Institute Committee.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SÖCIETF OF ARTS.

President : Sir R. G. MacDoxnkll, CB.

The THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS of ART in connection with this Society will be held on Monday, October 3rd, and following days, m the House of Assembly, kindly lent by the Hon. the Speaker for

the purpose.

On Monday the Exhibition will be opened with a CONVERSAZION E, at 7 o'clock p.m. ; open to members only and friends introduced by them.

On Tuesday, October 4, and the remaining days of the week, the Exhibition will be open to the public between the houre of 11 a.m. and 10 p.m., on payment of Is. each person. Members have the privilege of visiting the Exhibition free as frequently as they please.

During the Exhibition a number of Statuettes, Vases, &c, imported by the Society from England, and valued at tiffy guineas, tv ill be distributed among the members on the plan of the Art Union of London.

For Prizes see Advertiser of the 9th September.

The Committee solicit the assistance of the friends of art in loans of paintings, models, &c" for the Exhibition. The annual subscriptions, now due, may bo paid to-the Secretary, at his office, next the National Bank, King

Wilham-street.

By order of the Committee,

stthxc JAMES MACGEORGE, Hon. Sec.

NAIRNE INSTITUTE.-The OPENING of the

above Institute will take place on Monday, 3rd October, with a TEA MEETING, in aid of the funds for the objects connected therewith, in the large room over Mr. H. H. Fordham's Dispensary, recently fitted up for the purposes of the Institute.

J. Howard Clark, Esq., has kindly consented to de- liver an opening Lectuie,

The Hon. W. Milne has accepted an invitation to be

present. W. Townsend, Esq., M.P., is also expected.

J. T. Bee, Esq., President, in the Chair.

Tea on the table at 5 o'clock. Tickets, Is. 6d. each. Children not admitted. ths2  

AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL

SOCIETY.

The ANNUAL SHOW OF STOCK will take place on 'IUESDAY, October 11, at the CATTLE "V AROS.

Full particulars in Weekly Papers,

thstc FRED. S. DRIFFIELD, Grenfell-street.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CRICKET CLUB.-The

OPENING GAME of the Club for the Season will take place on the usual ground, North Adelaide Park Lands, To-day (Saturday), 1st October. Wickets to be pitched at 1 p.m. Members of other Clubs are

invited to attend,

di G. W. O'HALLORAN, Hon. Sec.

?\TOTICE.-The FROME FOOT BRIDGE will be 1^1 STOPPED for .a few days until the necessary repairs are effected." * ' '*? '

* "' TV*. R. COULTHARD, City Surveyor.

September" 30,185». * > - ** . : di

Public Notices.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADMELLA SHIPWRECK

REWARD A<VD RELIEF FUND.

With the view of an early distribution of the Fund, the ' Committee respectfully request that gentlemen to whom , Collecting Lists have been forwarded, will kindly return j them (if possible), together with the sum collected, on or

before tho 3rd of October.

By order of the Committee,

de . NICHOLAS JAMES, Secretary.

LIST of SUBSCRIPTIONS in aid of the ADMELLA

SHIPWRECK REWARD AND RELIEF FUND.

Amount already advertised ... £2,014 ils. Collections per Mr. C. Chand- Edson, Mr.

1er. Chandler's Hill, and neighrourhood.

" .£0 5

. 0 5

Broadbent, John

Broadbent. Eliz. . Boothby, Thomas. Chandler, Charles. Field. Henry

Fairweather, F. . Friend, A ...

Hales, William . Jacobs, Isaac

Lewis, Joseph Lewis, Robert

Yfason, George Prttrig, Mr.

C. N. C. Thorp, John

Windabank, Eliz.. Whyte, John

o 5 0 io 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 o

10 0 O 10 (' 0 2 6 0 2 6 0 10 0

£4 19 6

Additional Collections, per

Union Bank.

Garside, William ... £110 Procter, Jos. T. ... 0 11 0 Webb,D. G. ... 1 i o

£2 13 0

Collections per Alfred Hallett,

E«q, Payneham, and neighbourhood.

Beatson. R. .£2 2 0 Friend, A . 0 4 0 Friend. A . 0 1 0 Friend, A . 0 2 6 Friend, A . 0 5 0 Gtnan, Mr.. 0 10 0 Gibb, William ... 0 6 0 Gilbert, Mr ... 0 6 0 Hallett, Alfred ... 6 o o Hutchman, Miss ... 1 l n Horton, Mr. ... 0 10 0 Hodby, Mr. ... 0 5 0 Hemsley, William... loo Jury, Mr. . 0 5 0 Jury, James ... o 6 o Kirkwood, Miss ... o 5 o E. M. -026 Morriss H. T. ... 3 3 0 C P..0 2 6 E. P. .. ..*. .- O 2 6 Rodgers, Jessie ...0 6 0 Sabine, M. 0 10 0

C S. 10 0 A. S. 10 0 E J. S. 10 0 W. S. 0 2 6 Smith, Anne ... 0 6 o Stephens, E. ... 0 5 0

Fevirer, G.

Finn, S. G. ... Gower, S. A.

Heimburg. H.

Harriss. William Harnell. C. ... Haines, Mrs. Juncken, A.

Johns, N. ... Klrf, A. ...

Lawrence. Mrs. Lawes, P. S.

Law.'s, Mrs. P. Mosel, F. ... Nelson, S. ... SewDun, A.

Pauls, W. ...

Parmenter, W. Rayner, J. W. Randall, F.... Randall, W. Richter, Dr.

Rice, Abel ...

Rogers, William R igers H. ... Rice, Mr.

Rushall, William Samilind. Mrs. Tui ner. Ellen Techritz, J.

Woolferraan, P. Whiteman, Mr. Williamson, J. Williams Mr. Winton, T. ... Winton, John Trewinick, J.

Zeinert,-G. ...

£20 3 6

Collections per Messrs. Brown

and Ottaway, Brighton.

Baker, A .£0 IO 6 Brown, W. V. ... 0 10 6 Chtnner, G. W. ... 2 2 0 Cobbett, Pitt ... 0 io 6 Lock, W. . 0 io 6 Ottaway, T.. 110

.£0 . 0 . 0

£5 5 0

Collections per Messrs W.

Gunn, and A. Shannon, Truro.

Bays William

Bawd, Thomas ., Barnes, Joseph . Richards, William Brooks, William . Crabb, William .

Dean, William ..11 Gunn, William ... i o Grieve, Charles ... 1 0 Heath, Samuel ... 0 5 Harcourt, Nath. ... 0 5 Irvin, Thomas

McDonald, Husrh... MnNaughten, D. ... Murray. P. M.

Morphett, Joseph... McBenn, Alexander Rutherford, Andrew Rice, Edwin Read, Charles Sinclair, Colin

Stranaer . 0 2 Scott, Thomas ... 1 0 Scott, William ... 0 10 Stewart, James ... 0 5 .îcotr, James ... I l Shannon, Abraham 1 o Vale, Stephen ... 0 10 Vezar, Joseph ... 0 5 Watson, Jchn ... 0 5

£13 12

Additional collecHons per

G. S Kindlon, Esq

Chapman, William £o in o Piatts, C. G. E. ... 7 7

5 5 5 0 5 0 10 0 5

0 2 0 10 0 2 1 0 0 5 0 10 0 5 0 2 0 5

6d

0 5 0 10 0 5 0 10 0 6 0 2 0 10 0 5 0 10 0 5 0 10 0 2

s....

0 5 1 0 0 6 0 6 0 ID 6 5 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 5 0 5 1 0 0 10 0 2 0 10 1 0 0 5 0 6 0 5 0 10

£17 l8

Collections per A. Hardy,

Esq., Glen osmond.

Amos, George ... £1 i Bull, J. H. 2 0 Berry, John ... 0 10 Cayley, A.. 1 1 Goldsack, R. ... o io Gilles, Osmond ?.. 5 5 Hand, John. 0 4 Hardy, A. 5 5 M. W. R. . 0 6 Pound, Wm. ... o io Richard, John ... 0 6 Sekenke, C.. o s

£7 17

Collections perthe Chairman

and members of District Council, Burnside.

Aitcheson, Elliot ... £l 1

Deakin, Rob»rt ... 0 10 0 Davenpoit, Samuel io io o Ellis, Joseph ... 0 2 6 Fisher, Frederick ... 5 0 0 Ferguson, Daniel... 1 1 0 Grylls. James ... l 1 0 Hay. Alexander ... 5 0 0 Milne, William ... 5 0 o Mason, C.110 Nurse, Edmund ...0 6 0 Soward, George ... 1 1 0 Smith, William ... 0 2 6 Wyatt, William ... 3 3 0 Woodcock, George 0 5 0 Yeatman Wm. ... o 5 o

£35 8 0

Collections per Messrs. W. H.

Trimmer and Everard, the Sturt and neighbourhood.

Attisole, A.£0 2 6 Blark, William ... 0 5 0 Btfir-horr, D. 0 2 6 Bailey, J. M. ... 0 2 6 Bradford, Mr. ...110 Calvin, James ...oso Cocking, Mr. ... 0 5 0 Chalk. T. W. ... 0 5 0 Everard. C. G. ... 5 0 0 Everard, Mr. ...200 Everard. W. & J. C. 2 0 P Hannah, John ..,0 5 0 Kelly, James ... o 5 o Sargeant, J. ... 0 2 6 Lewis, Samuel ... 0 5 0 Maclin, W. ...0 6 0 Palmer, G.. 0 2 6 Shearing, Henry ... 0 2 6 Trimmer, W. H. ... 1 0 i

Vincent, W. ... o 6 0 Wiltshire. J. D. ...0 5 0 Waters. W. ...0 5 0

£14 U 0

Collections per Barossa East

District Connoil.

Bngpr. Henry, ... £0 2 6 Br>oks Frances ... o 6 o Biker, Jacob ...0 2 0 Bui ne, John ... 0 1 o Dalitz, Christian ... 0 2 6 Flabel, August ... 0 2 6 Harriss, Elizabeth... 0 6 0 Harriss, William ... 0 6 o Hoffman, Augnst... 0 2 6 Hilderbrandt, H. ... o 2 6 Kswatetn. Wilhelm 0 2 6 Klauber. George ... 0 1 6 Kewstern, George... 0 2 6 Kreig, Carl. 0 3 6 Luby, Edward ... o 2 6 Lemn, Henreich ... 0 2 6 Leran, Wilhelm *- 0 2 6 Mattner.Gotlieb ... 0 2 6 Mattner, Y. Gotlieb 0 2 6 Mulnuhel, John ... 0 3 0 Miebua, Gotlieb ...0 5 0 Menzel. Christian.» 0 5 0 Noske, Christian ... 0 5 0 Noske, Carl. 0 5 0 Raddei, Johann ... 0 5 0 Spnngett, Samuel... 0 2 6 Springett, John ... o l 0 Springe«, Edward 0 1 o Sanders, William... 0 2 Topp.er, Johann ... 0 3 Thomas, Samuel ... 0 2 Thomas, Mary Ann 0 2 Wohlfeil, T. G. ... 0 2 Zucker, Gotlieb ... 0 2 Zesh, Joachim ... 0 6

Collections per Rev.

Hughes, Willunga.

Beattie, L> G. ... £0 6 Bloomer,Edward... 0 2 Brown, Mr.. 0 5 Castles, Mr.. 0 6 Chisholm, Mr. ... 0 2 Cunningham, Mr.... 0 2 Condon, Wm. ... 0 5 Connor, M.. o 1 Chisholm, Sandy ... o 3 Dálahurty, Pat ... o 2 Daley, John ... o 2 Dwyer, J. . 0 2 Friend, A . o 2 Fmk, Christopher... 0 2 Fink, John. 0 2 Famme. Tim. ... 0 2 Geps, H. . 0 5 Gilles, M. . 0 2

Gilles A. 0 1 Hushes, Rev. P. ... 1 1 Halloran, Mr. ... 0 2 Haughy. John ... o 2 Hall, William ... 0 2 Hagan, Michael ... o 2 Joyce. Patrick ... 0 2 Jay, Dr. . 0 10 Leary, Michael ... 0 1 Leary, Pat. 0 2 Laycock, Mr. 0 10 Malpas, Mr. 0 10 Murphy, John ... 0 2

Mulham, T.-026 Myrholf, Mr. ... 0 1 6 Murphy, Pat. ... 0 2 6 McSlranu, Wm. ... 0 2 6 O'Brian, A.. 0 2 6 Pearson, Thomas ... 0 2 6 Reid, Thomas ... 0 2 0 Reid, J. . 0 2 0 Richards, Air. ... o 10 0 Sullivan, T.. 0 2 6 Ward, Patrick ... 0 5 0

£8 2 0

Collections, per Rev. P.

Huches specially for Miss

Led with.

Bremann, Anne ... £0 2 6 Cutlery, Anne ... 0 2 6 Caffery, Mrs. P. ... 0 2 6 Cusack, Kate ... 0 2 6 Currtn, Julia ... 0 2 o Duzçan, H. 0 2 6 Fink, Mrs.0 1 o Farmine, Margaret 0 2 6 Garretz, Miss ... 0 io 0 Oreen, Mrs. 0 10 Gillis, Mi«s. 0 2 6 Gleeson, Johanna... 0 2 0 Haughey, Mary ... 0 1 0 Haughey, Mrs ... 0 2 6 Hughes, Miss ... 0 10 0 Hogan, Mrs. 0 5 0 Kivan, Mary ... 0 2 6 Laskey, Mrs. ... 0 6 0 Logan, Miss.0 6 0 Leonard, Mary ... 0 3 o Logan, Mrs. 0 6 0 Mason. Mrs. 0 2 0

Macarthy, Mary ... 0 2 6 McDonald, Eliza ... 0 1 e Nolan, Kate.0 2 6 Kennedy, Bridget... 0 1 0 Reid, Mrs.0 1 C Reid, Eleanor ... 0 1 C Reid, Bridget ... 0 2 £ Searson, Mary ... 0 2 £ Ward. Mrs. 0 2 6 Toughey, Mary ... 0 5 t

£6 5

Collections per Barossa East

District Council - Second List.

Alaman, Adolf ... £0 1 Uramn, Johanna .., 0 5 Groche, Louis ... o 3 Kolk, Wilhelm ... 0 10

Kock, Frederick ... 0 io 0 Kaese, Ferdinand... o 1 0 Macintyre, John ... 0 2 6 Munckenberg, H.... 0 2 6 Mokr, L. . o l Milknrk, J.. 0 5 Maltner, George ... 0 2

Pitt, Hermann ... O 2 ii Potter, Peter ... 0 5 0 Rugglan, John ... o 1 0 Schultz, Samuel ... o 2 6 Schultz, Gottfried... loo Wlnherraan, G. ... 0 2 6 Valemann, F. ... o 5 0

£4 3 6

Collections per Miss Ellen

Turner, Lyndoch Valley.

Collections per Messn

Glandfleld, Lazar, an MoElhs'er.

Abbott, W. D. ...£0 10 Armbruster. W. ... 1 1 Bartlels, Adolph B. 1 1 W. B. B.0 6 Birtlett, John ... 0 2 Ballantyne, J. ... i 1 Bonnin, F. 1 1 Baylev, J. P. ... 0 5 Cottrell. It. 1 1 Calder. James ... 1 1 Cornish. Thomas ... 0 10 Chapman, James ... 0 5 Cunningham, Alex. 0 2 Cttrnow, J.. 0 5 Cornish, Thoa. V.... 0 10 Dunbar, Thomas ... 0 10 Dodgson, R. ... 1 0 Delaney, D. J. ... 1 1 Emerson, J.. l 1 Evans R. . 1 1 Friend, A . 0 5 Friend, A . 0 6 Friend, A . 0 2 W. H. T. . 0 10 Fitch, J. T.... _ ... 0 10 Fisher, Charles ... o 10 Friend, A . 0 1 G mit & Scott ... 1 0 Gilbert. William ... 1 0 Goode Brothers ... 5 0 Gall, W. W, ... 0 10 Glandfleld,E.B.W. o io ITeuzenroeder & Co. 1 1 Hill. Samuel ... 1 0 H ilberjr, C. 0 2 Hance, John ... 1 0 Hackett, E. fc W.... 1 1 Jacka, W. .0 2 Jones. H.0 10 Kaines, John H. ... 1 1 KIne?borough&UptonO 10 Kurdiman, Henry... 0 2

Kither, Mr.. 0 2

Kingsborough, Mr. 1 1

I.ickert, Mrs. ... 0 5 Lubecke,C. T. ... 0 6 Lazar, John. 0 io T. W. M.0 2

A M. 0 io Muller, H.. O 2 Martin, John ... 1 0 Mayfield, S. 1 0 Moore, Dr.. 1 1 Noltenius. B. U. ... 1 1 Niebour,W.- «.. 0 6 Northmbre & Castle 0 io Pavne, Joshua ... 0 io Phillips, Dr. ... 1 1 Price Bros. & Powell 1 0 Penman & Galbraith 1 0 Pickford A. 0 10 Perryman, John ... 1^ li Parkinson,James... 0 10 Roach, L. . 1 1 Remember the Brave 1 1 Ronde, H.1 0 Rubenkonig, G. ... 0 2 Rundall, James ... o 10 Rhodes, G. & M. ... 0 5 Ru timing, L. ... 0 5 Schultze, A. e 5 Stacey & Sons ... 1 0 Sinclair, W.. 0 5 Shâdgett.W. 0 2 Silver, A.0 5 Scott, James ... 0 10 Uren, Wra. 1 0 Vosz. R. C. 1 I Wyld & Claridge ... l 0

I.W..

Revllgua, F.

Bayikma.S.... Brittain, R.... Banger, Mr.

Bremer, P. .., Chandler, S... Denton, Mr... Dittamar, A Eames, Mrs.

Total dxl

«... £0 10 0

Wills, G, & R. N. A. W. ... Waite, W. W. Wal 1 map, C.

G. w7-.. ...

Young, John L* C. Y.. Zeigler, W. ...

£72 il 6 £2 248 Os* 6(L

NICHOLAS* JAMES, Secretary.

T WEI» TY POUNDS REWARD,.-Any person giv-

ing such information as shall "lead to the apprehen- sion or conviction of any person or persons removing my horse stock, MC near shoulder, M near cheek, or. cattle MOD near ribs, from my property, Finnis/ Hundred of Alaxendrina, shall receive the above reward/

dix* EWEN MCDONALD. '

Government Advertisements.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.

CONTRACT No 63. '

The Commissioners are prepared to receive Sealed TENDERS up to coon of Wednesday, the 5th October, ! for the EARTHWORK, &c , on the Extension from 21 milos to the Terminus at Kapunda.

Particulars may be ha I in the Engineer's office.

The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest

or any Tender.

By order of the Board,

R. BORROW, Secretary, Adelaide Station, September 28,1859. d6xl

Colonial Architect's Office, Adelaide,

September 30,1853.

TENDERS for TARRING the JETTY and WHARF  

at PORT ONKAPARINGA; PUTTING FEN- DERS to JETTY; MAKING SIDING on TRAM- WAY, &c, willi be received until noon of 7th October, at this office, where all particulars can be obtained.

N. B.-Neither the lowest nor any of the tenders need necessarily be accepted.

d2 Ja. A HAMILTON, Colonial Architect.

DEALED TENDERS will be recivedbythe Harbor ^ Trust, up till II am. on Wednesdiy, t'.e 5th proximo, from parties willing to contr ict for the LAND-

ING of SILT from the Steam- Dredges in the- Inner

Harbor.

A specification of the conditions to be observed by the

contractor to be seen at ti« offic» of the Trust.

By order of the B nrd,

T. F. McCDULL, Secretary^ Harbor Trust Office, Port Adelaila, Saptimber le.

_ d3

Custom House, Port Adelaide,

September 25, 1859.

HEREA8 the undermentioned G00D3, subject to

duty, were sold by a'iction, on tho 4th April, 1859 by order of the Government, and have not since been cleared, this is to give n3tic¿, th it, uu!es3 perfect entry for the same be passed within thirty day3 from this date, I shall issue instructions to have them dastroyed, in terms of 77th see. <o? Act No. 24 of 1854.

B. DOUGL \S, Collector of Customs.

B x Q with 1 under x-12 case» Spirits D x Q-29 cases Cordials

F x C 6, 7, 8, 9-4-hhdî. Brandy V x K-1 ullage case Spirits

V x K with 1 under x-2 ) cases Spirits V x K with 2 under x-30 cases Spirits

W x B 5-1 case Snuff

- with F over and 1) under and 2, 4, 7, 9-Q hhds.

Rum

- with L over and B under and 1 -1 hhd B-andy

- with K over and Z under and 38, 39-2 hhds.

Wine

- with L over and B under and 16, 17-2 cases

Tobacco

- with L over and H under and 5, 10-6 cases To-

bacco

- with M over and L under and 40-1 half-tierce

Tobacco

- with N over and TJ and 2 under-39 cases Brandy - with N over and U and 4 un 1er-10 cases Wine - with N over and U and 5 under-20 case3 Wine

- with P over and S uuder and 5, 8-2 hhds. Wine.

_ d4

DRY CREEK STONE FOR SALE.

Quarry Trash or Addie, fit for bottoms of swampy roads, 6d. per cubis yard.

Quarry Trash, fit for ship's ballast, 9d. per cubic

yard.

No. 1 Building Stone, fit for garden walls, Is. per cubic

yard.

No. 2. Building Stone, good clay slate, Is. 3d. percubic

yard.

No. ó Building Stone, best kind, Is. Gd. per cubic

yard.

Hard Clav Slate, broken to a rough 4V-inch guage, fit

for lottoms of metalled íojds, Is. Gd. pet cubic

yard.

Rood Metal, 2J-inch guage, 5s. per cubic yard. j Do., unbroken, 2*. per cubic yard.

All the above articles will be placed into the railway trucks without any extra charge.

C. S. HAR ii, Comptroller of Labor Pi isons. September 12th, 1853._tthse

Volunteer Military Force Office, Adelaide,

27th September, 185».

VPPLTCATIONS will be íecoived at this office from

persons qualified to act a« DRILL INSTRUC- TORS to the Volunteer Force. Thoa j capable of in- structing the Artillery will be pref jrred.

wfmSxl J. H BIGGS, Staff Adjutant. Surveyor-General's Ofi-e, AljlaiJ*, Vvrmb ¿3, Hi J.

SALE OF* LEASES OF WASTE LANDS.

The followinsr Leaae3 of Waste Lands of the Crown

! of which a plan may be sean at this office, will be I offered for sale at public auct'nn immjdtit3ly after the Lanl Sale, to be he d at this office, October 27, 1S5) :~

Lot 84 ; 8 s pi ire miles ; upset price, £o ; locality, near Poit Wakefield; lease expires July 1, 1865.

Lot 85 ; 13 square miles ; upset price. £6 ; locality, Yorke's Peninsula; lease expires January 1, 1863.

Surveyor-General's Office, Adelaide, September 6, 135)

NOTICE is heraby given, that the following Levse^

of Waste Lands of the Cr >wn, of which a plan may be seen nt this office, will b3 offered for sale at public auction, immediately after the Land Silo to be held at this office, November 10, 1859.

Lot 87. 15 square mile3 ; upset price, £7 10s. ; losality, adjoining Tilley's, South-eastern District; ex- piration of leise, July 1,1865.

Lot 88. 37 souare miles ; upset price, £18 10s. ; locality, ne ir Tilloy's, S >uth eastern District ; ex phation of 1 ase, July 1,1865.

! G. W. GJYDER, Assistant Surveyor-General.

Education.

B1 HE FRENCH LANGUAGE, J By Mr. A. De Bagot.

PRIVATE TUITION or CL VSSB-5, as under .

1. Evening class for gentleman, from 7 to 8 o'clock on Monday, Wednesd iy, and Friday.

2. Ladies' class, Monday and Thursday, from 5 to B

o'clock.

Every requisite for t' e study provided gratuitously at the schoolroom (the back door) near St. Paul's Church, Pulteney-street. Thos9 wishing to test learning on Mr Bagot's system can do so for a fortnight without charge.

di

OLLEGIATE AND COYIM>iRCIAL INSTITUTE,

VICTORU-^QUARB.

Principal, Rev. JAS. POI.LITT, assisted by Competent

Masters.

Parents and Pup'ls aiv r jminded that the next qu irter commences on Monday, October 3rd. Puuotual atten- dance is desired. d2

ADELAIDE EDUCVriOVVL INSTITUTION.

Toa next QUARTER will CjMMEXCE oa MON- DAY, October 3.

d5xl JOHN L. YOUNG.

Building and other Societies.

PERMANENT ALBmN BUILDING SOCIETY.

The next MONlHLY MKETIVG for the SALE OF S H AR h S will be beld at the office of th9 Society. 33, King William-street, on Thursday Evening, October

6, at 8 o'clock.

d5 SIMUEL ALLEN. Secretary.

PERMANENT ALBION BUILDING SOCIETY.

The above Society has now been in operation twelye months, and the balanoe-bheet shows a piofit of

£4 4i. 9d. on eaoh original share, on which £10 8s. has

been paid.

Investors or purchasers" *can join the Society at an> time without payment of back sub criptions, and pin chasers can elect to make their payments at 83. per week

for five years, or 6s. per week for seven years for each

share.

Properties under the old system, or under the "Real Property Act" received as security for puochased shares.

A SALE of SHARES is held at the office on the fir3t Thursday of each month, at eight .o'clock in the evening.

Peospectusses, rules, balance-sheets, and any infor- mation can be obtained at the office, 33, King WJham

"dc ' SAMUEL ALLEN, Secretary.

Hotels, Boarding-Housés, &s

BRITANNIA HOTEL, -<"* *'~

COMPANY'S WHARF. ' . ~ '

PORT ADELAIDF.

The publio are informod that tfitbORDLNABIES at this Hotel are continued DAILY at 1-^.m ,*w usual. ^

d3 - «.' **JOHN-?8MITH.

Wanted.

OATS. OATS. OATS.-WANTED', hy the under-

signed,, from 1,000 to 1,50Q Bushels of good feed, Oats. Alsoy^"" " , *-?**?%'

HORSES. HORSES. About 10 to 12 young Draught Horses, sound-broken or unbroken.

G. BARCLAY, Grenfell-street. Spptember 27,1859. _ d4

rnO MAl'lREáS-MAKERS.-WANTED,,a CON X TRACTOR, for the FILLING UP of 10JO MAT- TRESSES, say 10) per month. r -

Apply personally, or by letter, on Monday next, at noon, to , >>

d3 BURNETT NATHAN, Hindley-sCreet.

TO PITCH PAVlORS.- WANTED, from'13 to 1«'

smart nanda immediately at the- Reservoir Works.

A H. GOUGE, contractor, North-terrace.

September 28,18Í9. -* 1 de'. WAITED, a HARNhSS-MAKER for tûe-Boirca

Copper Works. Apply «t the> Office >of the English and Australian Copper Company^ King William-, treet.___? ' *"dc'4e

WANTED, an APPRENTICE to-the Dressmaking

' Apply to Mrs. Ford, George-street Norwood.*-' -

. ?£.. * . -- - Ox

Amusements, &c.

VICTORIA THEATRE

(Lessee-Mr. Alex. Henderson).

TO-NIGHT (Saturday), October 1.

GREAT BILL.

First time in the Colony of the Domestic Dram»

entitled

THE RETURN OF THE WA NDERER,

Or the Life of Jessey Vere.

And, by pm ticular desire, and positively for the last

time, with the Grand Fairy Extravaganza,

ATALANTA,

Introducing new local hits, written ex^rassly for this

occisión.

The Monthly Ticket List will shortly close; early application is, therefore, necessary. di

Land and House Property.

TO be LET, the GREAT EASTERN HOTEL, Litt!«

Hampton. Apply on the premises.

d4_AbFRED HOLLAND.

TO be LET, a Commodious OFFICE, cheap. Apply

to H Schulze, Gawler-p'a -e. do

THOR SALE, an ALLOTMENT of LAND, 51 feet by r 90t front street, KAPUNDA. App'y to

de * . T. ORCHARD.

TO he LET, the STORK adjoining Messrs. Ripley,

Webb, & Co.'s, in Grenfell-street. Apply to Mr. Henry Ayers, Rundle street. _, de

FOR SALE, in the vicinity of Port Augusta a first«

rate STATION, with 2,000 head of Cattle on it.

Apply to

«16x2 GFO. H. DAVENPORT

TANUNDA.-TO be LET, the best s t lated S T »RB"

at Tanunda, oppogite/he Steam Mill, containing besides a very fine Shop, a large two-roomed eeFar, four rooms and kitchen, with a stable, and garden, tone quarter

of an acre. Apply

Bttb.7 C. VON BERTOUCH, Tanunda.

NOTICE.-TO be LET, within six miles of Adjlaide,

335 Acres of Land, divided into convenient pad-

docks; running water all J the year. Immediate' possession can be given. For further particulars

apply to

dxc E MoFTJJ«lTER.

TO be LET, with immediate possession, B iLOONY

HOUSE, containing Eight Rooms ; with a Garden in full bearing. Late in the occupation of Adam Jaffröv, Esq. Apply to Joseph Mellor, Morphett-street f or to Mr, Lavin, baker, Port. döxl

FOR SALE, WOODLANDS, South-road, about five miles from Adelaide, lately occup'ed by John   Ellis, Esq. The House contains twelve Rooms and two large Cellars, with convenient Outbuildings, and 40 Acres of Land. Good Water. Terms very easy.

CHAS. ROWLAND, Agent,

fmxo King William-street.

CAT TLE RUNS

SEVERAL goed C\TTLE1tUNS are known, with

permanent water ; good grass. Address, prep lid, A. B , office of this -paper, de

Money.

A ÜSTRALÍAN TRUST COMPAftT^ A. MONEY LENT on FREEHOLD SrCURI TIES for a term of years, at Ten per cent per annum. A pply to the So ícitor to the Company, Mr. J. Law- rence, King William-street.

JOHN MORPHKTT, D. MELVILLE,

thstxq F. C. SINGLETON.

MR. LOWE, 90 King William street. Ade'aide, is

instructed to INVEST on approved FREEHOLD SECURITIES, whether the Prooerty be under Mrv Torrens's Act or not, a large sum of Money, in amounts to suit borrowers, at 12} per cent, reducible to 10 on punctual payment.- Applications addressed as above will receive prompt attention. ts3

MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE, at £10 per

cent, per annum.

Money to Lend on deposit of Title Deeds.

J. ELDIN MOULDEN, Solicitor,

dxo 63, Knvr William street.

MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE of FREEHOLD

PROPERTY a4- £10 per centum per annum. Apply to Messrs. Bartley, Bakewell, and Stow, Sohci<

tors, North-terrace. da

__________ *

MONEY to LEND on FREEHOLD SECURITY

from 10 per cent. Apply to

mth.8 BAGOT & LABATT. Clark's Buddings.

MONEY to LEND on good security, from 10 per

cent.

BELT, CULLEN, & WIGLEY,

de Exchange Chambers

'roduce.

ITTOOL.- The undersigned either purchase or advp_ YV »a WeoL

W. PEACOCK k SON.

Grenfell-street, 1858. dxc

rO BUTCHERS and Others.-Highest price givo

O-asy Wool Sneepskina

UideB ? Tallow

W. PEACOCK it SON. Grenfell-street. dxo

Public Companies.

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.

Tncoiporated by Acts of Parliament.

BRANCHES of this BANK have been ESTA-

BLISHED At

ROBE TOWN, Gn:chen Bay;

R. G. Pbo-B, Manager. PENOLA ;

A. C. Coleman, Agent. MOUNT GAMBIER ;

' W. A. Crouch. Agent.

FREDERICK WRIGHT, Manager. Adelaide. September 15, 1S59. dxc

NOTICE.

THE NATIONAL BANK of AUSTRALASIA

CONTINUES to allow INTEREST on

CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on monthly minimum Balança

of £200 and upward, at 2 per cent, per annum.

FIXED DEPOSITS for

3 months, 3 per cent per annum. 6 do, 4 do. do. 12 do., 8 do. do.

FREDERICK WRIGHT, Mannger. Adelaide, August 11,1859. d*xo

PUBLIC NOTICE-The SOUTH AUSTRALIAN

BANKING COMPANY have OPENBD a BRANCH BANK at ROBE TOWN, Guichen Bay under the Management of Alexander Grace, Esq.

J. C. DIXON, Manasrer,

South Australian Banking Company Adelaide, September 5, 1839. dxc.

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING CO MI

PAN Y, the BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, and the UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA

ALLOW INTEREST on CURRENT ACCOUNIS on the

minimum monthly balance,

when not below £200 . *"at 2 per ceatTper annum. and on FIX CD DEPOSITS, for

3 months' at 3 per cent, per nanum. 6 do. . at 4 do. do. 12 do. " . at 5 do. do.

16th August, 1 9. de

MOCHATOONA COPPER MINING COMPANY

-(LIMITED)-NOTICE is hereby given that a SECOND CALL or Instalment of One Pound per Share has been dulv authorised, the same to bo payable on the 1st day of October next, and unlil the 31st day of that month, at the office of the Company, in Adelaide.

* By order of the Board of D rectors,

\ JOHN DICKINS, Secretary.

' Adelaide, August 30, 185J. xld2

._________-________-----_------«-»

?;.. - Insurance Companies.

ÖHURCH OF ENGLAND LIFE ASSÜKANÖ

-i INSTITUTION.

CA«Er_fr-One Miluox.

J'UCRANCiS S. DUTTON, Agent,

Rundle place, de , Government Bonds purchased^

-zi-_-_£-_-.

A USTRALIANMU^UÁL PROVIDENTSOCIETY JcL PrmíápaLOffice, Hunter-street, Sydney.

, jr ' i ' " <v!cfat_l_n-J8_>.

V* * - ." PROBERT,THOMSON, Actuary.

Comparative view of bonuses accruing to &

Policy>ofJûife._s3nraneo of £500, if effected at the age of 40, in different Offices :

Name of Office.

An English Proprietary

Company ... , ... Scottish. * -. " Widows' Pttnd'rtMatoal As-

surance) Society, >.", Australian Mutual

Provident Society

Annual I Duratlonl Bonus

Premium, ot Policy J Addition.

£1« f 1 ,. l8 . 2 I

io years.

? years. S years.

£50 ie .

70 o e st 13 T

It will thus be seen that the profit to the Assured In., this Society is MORE than turee timbs that of a first,. class Proprietary Office, and nearly twice-that of cn* ot the most successful of all European Mutual O-«es.

^Medical Referee :

_l ^MîiGOSSE, M.D. , , , , ,*? -'AgeaSJa.ar -South Australia :

I *m _vlÏ_ PADMAN <_? 00.

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