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    SCHUETZE, Gottlieb Andreas
    b. 19 Jan 1817 Kochstedt, Prussia
    d. 03 May 1871 Birdwood
    m. ROEDIGER, Dorothea
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    SCHUETZE, Gottlieb Andreas
    b. 19 Jan 1817 Kochstedt, Prussia
    d. 03 May 1871 Birdwood
    m. ROEDIGER, Dorothea

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Slurping.

«TEAM TO MELBOURNE, CALLING

AT GUICHEN BAY and PORTLAND. -The

HAVILAH,

Capt. MacFie, will positively sail on Saturday, 22nd, at 4 p.m. Gooda to be alongside by 12 o'clock on day of »ailing. Train 3.30 p.m. for passengers.

J. NEWMAN & SON. Port.

de J. DARWENT, Greufell-street.

AND ELL'S LINE OF MURRAY

STEAMERS.-The steamer

GEMINI

is now at Goolwa ready to receive cargo, and will have quick dispatch for the Dalling Junction and Murrum- bidgee.

For freight or passage, early application is requested de ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.

LADY AUGUSTA.-The steamer

LADY AUGUSTA

will have immediate dispatch from Goolwa for Echuca and Moxina, River Murray, calling at all intermediate Stations.

As this will probably be the last vessel of the season, shippers are requested to make prompt application for freight to

ALSOP, ROBERTSON, & HUNTER,

Goolwa ; or to WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., & CO., d5 Agents.

¿K?*^ T71IRST WOOL SHIPS FOR LONDON.- I >ffifcjB>> r FEBRUARY SALES. '

The undersigned are prepared to engage for the Con- veyance of Wool to Melbourne, per steamer, and thence to London by first-class vessels, to arrive in time for the February sales. Freights at direct rates.

J. NEWMAN & SON, Port ;

de J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street.

T ONDON FEBRUARY WOOL SALES. ±J The celebrated Black Ball Liner

DONALD McKAY,

5,000 tons burthen, - Tobin, Esq., com mander, will positively sail from Melbourne on Monday

7th November.

The above line of celebrated steamers and clipper ships, so well known for their rapid passages, punctuality in sailing, and splendid accommodation, unsurpassed by any ship3 in the world, will continue to sail regularly between Melbourne and Liverpool, thus affording the greatest possib'e advantages to passengers and shippers.

The commanders are men of experience, and noted for kindness and attention to their passengers.

Wool conveyed hythe undersigned (at direct rates from Port Adelaide to London) by steamer to Melbourne, thence bv the above vessel, delivered in London in time for the February sales.

WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., & CO., ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO.,

fmwxc Agents, Adelaide

10R LONDON DIRECT.-BLACKWALL

_ LINE OF PACKETS.-To sail on Tuesday, November 15.-The celebrated clipper ship

ROXBURGH CASTLE,

1,500 tons, M. H. Smith, commander (belonging to Messrs. Green of Blackwall).

For freight or passase. apply to

JOffN NEWMAN, & SON, Port ; or

fwxl J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street, Adelaide.

FIRST PASSENGER SHIP FOR

LONDON.-The fast-sailing ship

OMAGH,

Captain Davidson, having completed her loading at Port Augusta, will sail from the Lightship about the 28th inst. Has excellent accommodation for a few cabin pas aengers at moderate rates.

Apply to

d9xl JOSEPH-STILLING & CO.

?F

FIRST VESSEL FOR LONDON

DIRECT FROM PORT AUGUSTA. The clipper brig

PRISCILLA,

300 tons, G. Brown, Commander, will be despatched end of this month. Has room for two families of about three each, or six single persons. Passengers will bo put on board free of extra charge by the steamer Marion, leaving Port Adelaide at 4-30 Saturday, 29th October.

For rates of passage only (which are very moderate),

apply to

JOHN NEWMAN & SON,

wftthöxl Port Adelaide.

PORT ADELAIDE to LONDONDIRECT

-The fine new British-built ship

M. M. PETER,

A1 for 10 years, 800 tons burthen, B. J. Avery, commander, is now on the berth as above, to sail 1st November, so as to ensure the February Wool Sale3. This vessel has superior accommodation for a few cabin

passengers.

For rates of freight or passage-money, apply to Capt. Avery, on toard; or to

wfmxc ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.

10R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine Cist

sailing ship

CLEOPATRA,

'350 rons, Captain Daunberg, having the principal part of her cargo engaged, will sail for the above port in time for the February Wool Sales.

For freight, applv to

atthc PHILIP LEVI & CO., Town and Port.

10R BATAVIA.-The fine fast-sailing

Brig

ARMINIUS

G. Nordenholz, master, will sail for the above port in a few days.

For freight or passage, apply to

G. VON DER HEYDE & CO., Aeents.

de Blyth's-buildings, Hindley-street.

lOR NEW ZEALAND DIRECT.-The

fine fastsailing barque

GUNDREDA,

Al for 13 years, tons register, Captain Stembridge, will be dispatched for New Zealand with Stock, the fii st week in December. Having some space still disen- gaged, shippere desirons of availing themselves of it are requested .to make early application to Captain Stem bridgí", on board ; or to

mwfc ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.

E

»3A^ T710R M"i PONGA, SECOND VALLEY, !£&$£> I? RAPID BAY, and YANKALILLA.

The regular trader

ANALGISTA,

Mackay, master, will sail on Monday next, October 24.

For freight or passage, apply to

de GILLS & SMITH, Town and Port.

SKIPS' POSTERS.- Captains of vessels and Shipping

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

Business Notices.

"VrOTICE.-MYERS & NEUSTADT will be CLOSED

iX on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, October 20

and 21.

9, Hindley-street. d2

XHIBITION PRIZE. W. H. BURFORD, SOAP and CANDLE

WORKS, established 1838.

Highest price for Fat, Tallow, and Grea .

Grenfell-street. de

FIRST CLASS PRIZE AGRICULTURAL

IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY of every description, may always be obtained the cheapest at

MESSRS. TUXFORD'S, Importers,

North-terrace, fronting the Railway Stations, and

Grote and Gouger-streets, Adelaide. dxc

TO WINEGROWERS, BREWERS, and OTHEÄS,

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 G00 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

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

AGENCY IN LONDON.-It having been suggested

in the Colonv that an AGENCY in connection with the AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ROOMS would be most useful to Colonists, the Pro- prietor, Messrs. HARPER, BURNE, & CO. offer their Agency to all patties in the Colonies, for receiving and disbui sing remittances ; obtaining personal private sup- plies of all kinds ; arranging passages for friends ; posting newspaper, periodicals, reports of markets; executing any private commission, or acting as private and confidential Agents in England, at the smallest possible

charge.

Cowper's-court, Cornhill, London. fti4»

TO PERSONS ORDERING ADVERTISEMENTS

in the South Australian Advertiser and in the Weekly Chronicle.-It is respectfully requested that every advertisement, forwarded for insertion in the above papers, be inscribed, either at the foot or on the back of the same document, with the name of the paper in which the advertisement is to appear, and also the number of insertions. When this rule is not observed, advertise- ments referring to any forthcoming event will be con- tinued until the date of their natural expiry, and all orders for alterations, or for the discontinuance of ad vertisements in the Weekly Chronicle must bein writingt and left at the office not later than Wednesday evening, otherwise they cannot be attended to. New advertise- ments, tsiagnrinted in another part of the paper, will be received until Thursday evening for the country edition, and until Friday evening for the town edition.

Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Feb., 1859.

Business Notices.

rpHOMAS FAX, LEATHER SALESMAN for the JL House of Peacock & Son, Grenfell-street Tan-

yard, Importer of Grindery and Shoemakers' Tools, I I eigh-street, Adelaide. I

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

S

TOD ART'S SPLENDID TONED PIANOS, and a j

First Class Harmonium.

Music, Songs, Ducts, Quadrilles, &c. | Union Tune Books, and Harmonists. .

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

STEREOSCOPES and STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS

cheap and in great variety, at

E. S. WIGG'S, 12, Rundle-street. i R"ÉVALENTA AR.ABICA.-The" undersigned have

received a fresh supply of Messrs. Barry du Barry & Co.'s delicious Health-restoring Revalenta Arabica Food, in tins 1, 2, 5, 10, and 12 lbs.each, for Invalids and Persons s'iffering from Indigestion, Con- stipation, Nervous, Bilious, and Liver Complaints, Spasm, Drop3y, Asthma, Cough, Low Spirits, Spleen,

&c.

TESTIMONIALS.

9, Antiqua-street, Edinburgh, February 3, 1848.

Gentlemen-From the short experience I have had of the virtues of the Revalenta Arabica, I am happy to be enabled to say that I bave derived very considerable benefit from the use of it in the way you pi escribe, &c.

Your very obliged sprvant,

Arthurs Macarthur.

Stapleford Park, near Melton Mowbray,

Leicestershire, June 19,1858.

. . I have been suffering from ind'gestion for the last five years. I had abreakng outin my neck, and sore throat at the commencement, which I have suffered from at times ever since, and a continu x1 pain at the pit of my stomach, and oftentimes sickness and headache, with a bad appetite, and languor of budv and mind ; I could not take food sufficient to keep up my strength, and I often felt great weakness in my legs. I have been continually taking medicine, but found it only weakens the stomach more.I have taken the Revalenta Food for the last ten days, and beg to tender to you my most grateful thanks for your kind advice ; the benefit I have derived in so short a time is very fir beyond my expectation ; the pain at the pit of the stomach quite left me after taking your Food three days, and the effects on the bowels have also been very favorable ; I feel much less pain in my head, back, and logs. I sleep much better, and feel refreshed from it. My appetite is much better. I heartily thank you for your kind attention, and shall take every opportunity of recommending this excellent Food to any one that may be suffering from the same complaint, &c.

Morgan Strtcklaxd,

Game and Deprkeeper at the E irl of Harborough's.

MARTIN, GAEDECHENS & CO.

fmwc Grenfell-street.

/^OOD NEWS FROM HOME.-MESSRS. W. S

\JC 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 tho

"EVENING MAIL/1 NEWSPAPER,

which is a reprint of all the Leading Articles, Essays, Correspondents' Letters, and News of 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 £3 13s. 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 bo received at the office of this "aper. ft

rriHE 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 tho publication of every deserip ion of business and general notices, a fact which must in a great measure be attributed to the Reduced ScaJe vj Cliarges adopted at the outset and still adhered to. The Advertiser being found in every place of puWic re- sort, cannot be surpassed as an organ of public informa- tion, whilst its exceedingly liberal tariff of charges gives it an advantage especially and exclusive!}' its own.

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

ONE INSERTION.

Two lines . One Shilling

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

Five lines . One and Ninepenca 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 tho^ country districts as one of the most 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 themsulves of this channel ol information. To Horticidtural 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

Weekly- Chronicle.

charge fop one insertion.

Sixpence per line for the first Six Lines, Fourpence

-er line afterwards.

Libei al Discounts for numerous insertions.

Advertiser and Chronicle office. 117 Hinrllev-street.

JOB PRINTING.-Every description of Plain and

Ornamental Printing executed with economy, accuracy, neatness, and 'despatch, at the A dvertlser and Chronicle Offices, 117, Hindley-street. Orders may alsr be left at the Branch OfBce, Platts's, comer of Kinp

William -Qt.rAA*'.

General Merchandise.

ON SALE, ex Boomerang

20 Casks SINCLAIR'S PRIME PORK. Apply to

BURNETT NATH AN, To wn ; or to S. MOCATTA, Port.

October 11, 1859. de

25

TIERCES Prime MESS BEEF (Bell's, 1S59) 100 half-barrrels do. do. do.

Put up for family use, being: choice.

ALSO,

100,000 No. 2 Manila Cigars. (July, 1858.)

For Sale by

BURNETT NATHAN, Town ; de S. MOCATTA, Port Adelaide.

E

F

ORIEN T -

30 Hhds. U.V.P. Brown BRANDY 500 cases Pale Brandy 10 hhds. Pale Brmdy

30 hhds. Bass's No. 3 Ale.

BURNETT NATHAN.

Adelaide, September 2d, 1859. de

OR SALE

Shepherd, Green, and Hatfield's Al» Lane's Cork Stout.

Clouzeau'8 Brandy,

In case, hogsheads, and quarter-casks.

d6 N. V. SQUAREY & CO.

NICHOLLS ALE and PORTER, in Hhds.

Byass'» and Bridsjes's Ale and Porter Brandy, Rum, Geneva, Port, Sherry Tin Plates, Sheet Lead, BBH Iron

Patent Roofing Felt, Elastic Steam Packing Woolpacks, Tarpaulins, Canvas, Twine CornsaclcSjBranbags, Orebags

Pianos, by Ennever, late Allison <fc Allison,

ftxc ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street.

ON SALE, by the undersigned, ex Alma

Patent Enamelled, an<l other Leather Saddles, Harness, Bridles

Bits-Carriage, Gig, Pony, Snaffle, and Breaking,

in 100 varieties

Stirrup Irons, 80 varieties Cab and Gig Fumitnre.

ALSO,

To arrive per Irene, and other early ships

My complete Stock-in-Trada as Wholesale Saddler

and Coach Ironmonger, which I guarantee to sell wholesale only.

JAMES A. HOLDEN,

34, King William-street, 2 doors from Rundle-street.

fmwc

ON SALE, by the Undersigned, 100 case9, each one

dozen, Underwood & Co.'s SUPERIOR GINGER BRANDY, at 42s. per dozen.

RIPLEY WEBB & CO. Grenfell-street. fmwlS

PRIME MESS BEEF.-Daily expected, 50 Tierces

of the above from the celebrated curing establish- ment of Mr. Clark Irving, on the Clarence River, New

South Wales.

DUFFIELD & TURNER.

October 4,1859. _tfl5_

JUST ARRIVED, per Escort, a choico assortmpnt of

PAPER HANGINGS (selected by Mr. S. R. Hall), and now on view at the old-established GLASS, OIL, and COLOR WAREHOUSE, LF.IGH-STRRET.

ROBERT DODGSON,

dx Successor to S. R. Hall.

JUST RECEIVED Ex Gundreda, a large assortment

of LEAD PIPE and PUMPS, Brass 'Japs, Block

tin, &c.

All lands of Tin and Galvanised Iron ware of the beet manufacture, always cn hand.

J. ROWE, Plumber,&e.,

fe* 20, Hiadley-streat.

General Merchandise.

BRÜSSELS AND VELVET PILE CARPETS.

JUST RECEIVED, ex Orient- I Brussels and Velvet Pile Carpets and Axminster,

Hearth Rugs.

New and elegant patterns, on Sale at

DEBNEY'S

d* Cabinet and Upholstery Warerooms. I

TURKEY FIGS.-603 Drums, in prime condition.

d6 D. & J. FOWLER.

COALS. COALS. COALS.

EngVsh House Co ii

New South Wales do. do.

Tanfield Moor (Smiths') do.

THOMAS E. BURY.

fmwc 1, Exehange-colonnade.

Brapery and Clothing.

P CUMMING & SONS have NOW OPENED a

. Choice Section of SUMMER GOODS, com- prising every Variety of Plain and Fancy Drapery, Keady-niade Clothing, Dresses, Mantles, Shawls, French Millinery, Hats, and Bonnets, &c, of the Newest Styles, to which thiy respectfully invite attention.

dl0x2

LADIES' and MISSES' SUMMER HVTS and

BONNETS, in Great Variety and of the NEWEST

SHAPES, at

dl0x2_PETER CUMMING & SONS'.

LADIES' SUMMER DRES^E3 in great variety,

Ladies' Summer Mantles, Shawls, and Scarfs

Do. do., Gloves and Gauntlets

&c, &c, &c., of the Latest Styles, Just Opeued at

PETER CUMMING & SONS'.

21, Hindley-street. dl0x2

/GENTLEMEN'S BROWN STRAW and BRA IJT ZILIAN HATS

Gentlemen's Pannma Hats

Do. Merino Hats

Do. Felt Hats, various Do. Drab Satin Hats

Do. Shirts, Colln-s, and Tie» Do. Hosiery and Braces An Extensive Assortment now Open at

PETER CUMMING & SONS'. 21, Hindlpy-srreet. d!0x2

ONE THOUSAND STRAW HATS,

at LESS than WHOLESALE PRICE.

NORTH M ORE & CASTLE,

131 and 133, Rundle-street, have just received

MORE (han ONE THOUSAND HATS, which they are now offerina: at

LESS than WHOLESALE PRICE.

Country Storekeepers supplied at a LESS advance on

English Invoice Price,

than at

Any Wholesale House in Adelaide,

at

NORTHMORE & CASTLE'S,

fmwo 131 and 133 Rundie-street.

TO LADIES MAKING SUMMER PURCHASES. _ They will find NEW GOODS being OPENED daily at ERNELliY'S, Rundle-street and Gawlev place. Already opened is the White Braid Bonnet, trimmed in different styles and colors, so much worn in England during the late summer. Also

Bslzirines, plain and flounced

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

Muslin Scarfs and Jackets, new, very elegant

Summer Cloth Mantles and Black Glacé do., novel

shapes

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

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

c

\

P

S . C A

PS. CAP S.

100 DOZEN

ex ORIENT.

COBBIN'S,

de

Port Adelaide.

c

APS. CAPS. CAPS.

FRENCH PEAK MILITARY.

4 Cases ex Orient.

COBBIN'S,

de Port Adelaide.

WHITE or BROWN DRILL TROUSERS, shrunk

by steam, made to measure, 14s. per pair.

COBBIN,

de Port Adelaide.

Professional and Trade Addresses.

\TT HITE & EGERTON. V V LAND, LOAN, and COMMISSION AGENTS.

KAPUNDA. dxc

BRITTAIN JONES. CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENERAL AGENT,

PORT ADELAIDE. dsc

F,

MR. GEO. DONALDSON, JUN.. SOLICITOR.

Gilbert-place, Adelaide ; and Melbourne-street. North Adelaide. tfx4

Books, Stationery, &c.

Just published,

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

the Adelaide Correspondence ; also, Binney's "Is it Possible to mike the Best of Both Worlds," Sir T. F.

Buxton : and the Wife. To be had at

W. C. RIGBY'S, 53, Hindley-«treet.

NEW BOOKS, New Editions, and New Supplies,

just received by the undersigned :

Siluria, by Sir R. J. Murchison ; Geology and Mine ralosry, by Buckland ; Powell on the Order of Nature ; Glaucus, with illustrations, by Kingsley ; The Wonder Seeker, hy Fraser Tytler ; Hand-Book of Architecture, by Fergusson ; Hand-Book of the Arts (Middle Ages), by Labarte ; Dixon's Treatise on Heat ; The Two Paths, by Ruskin ; Rennie's Insect Architecture; Himalayan

Journals. Dr. Hooker ; Hallam's Middle Age* ; Adam J I Bede, by G. Elliot ; Visits to Madagascar, hy Ellis ;

Love mo Little, Love me Long, by C. Reade ; Davenport Dunn, by C. Lever; Mothers of Great Men, by Mr. Ellis ; Progress of Hreat Britain, bj' Phelps ; The Na- ines of the World, by Hans Busk ; Story of the Life ol George Stephenson ; Rambles at the Ant:pode9, by

Wilsm; Nature and Human Nature, by San Slick; i Enquire Within upon Everything ; The Professor. Currer J Bell ; Blaine's Cyclopaedia of Rural Sports ; Ireland, its Scenery and Character, by Mrs. Hall ; Choice Notes on Folk Lore ; English Hearts and English Hands ; The

Latter Days of Jerusalem and Rome, by Mccausland ; I What is Revelation, by Maurice ; Hook's Church Die tionary ; Morning and Night Watches ; Leaders of the Reformation, by Tulloch ; Reason and Revelation, by Candlish ; Memoirs of J. Wilson, E. Henderson, and P. J. Tvtler ; Spurgeon's Saint and his Saviwur ; liadie's Paul the Preacher ; De Quincey'« Works, vols. 11 aud 12 ; Walsh's Futtehgurh Mission.

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

IBRARIES, INSTITUTES, STOKE li. E Iii'EKS, I the CLERGY, and the PUBLIC in general, will find it much to their advantage before purchasing' to inspect the magnificent STOCK OF BOOKS NOW ON SA L li by the undersigned, being by far the C II EAPEST and best selected Sto-'kcver before offered in the colony. All the new Books in every depntmentof Literature received within four months of publication, and now supplies of all the Standard Works constantly being received ; any Work not in stock procured with punctuality and despatch. Amongst othu-s equally desirable will be found the following :- Macaulay's History of England, Alison's Histoiy of Europe, Gibbon's Roman Empire, Swainson'sNew Zealand, Strickland's Queeus of Scotland, Kelly's Victoria, White's History of France, and IS Christian Centuries, Murray's Handbook to India, Rus-ell's Crimean War, Management of Children, Fowne's Manual Chemistry, Graham's Domestic Medicine, Lavater's PhysiogLomy, Cooley's Cyclopaedia, Practical Receipts, Rarey's H orso Training Illustrated, Timb's 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 linds Creation, Lyell's Principles Geology, Tom Brown's School Days, H. Kingsley's Geoffrey Hamlyn, an Australian Tale, Guizot's Memoirs of my own Time, Bi-yce's J iterary Gazetteer, Tomlinsons Cyclopedia of Arts and Manufactures, Ainslie's Land Surveying, Liebig's Letters on Modern Agriculture, Stephens's Book of Farm Implements, together with a large variety of Commercial and School Stationen-, 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 in Adelaide, all at English Prices.

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

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

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

ICKENS'S "A TALE OFTWO CITIES," uniform with the new Library Edition of his works ; " All the Year Round." Subscriptions received for these, and every other Magazine, Review, Fashion Book, Newspaper, Periodical, Ac, published in the United Kingdom, by

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

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION : BOOKS recom

mended, on SALE, at

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

rpENNYSON'S IDYLLS OF THE KING. 1 W. C. BIGBY'S, Bookseller, 53, Hindley-street.

LAW BOOKS, now on SALE, at

_W. C KIGBY'd, 53, Hindley-Btreet.

CATHOLIC BOOKS, just arrived.-Prayer Books

Catechisms, Devotional Books, Lectures,&c, at

PENNEY'3, 81, King William-street. s xlmwf Í Opposite White's Rooms.,,

Books, Stationery, &c.

Cob

M

FAMILY BIBLES and COMME.YTARÍES.

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

Do. Pocket do.

Campbell's do. for Sunday School Teacher? A. Clake's Commentary, tí vols., 8vo. M. Henry's do., 3 voh., 4to. Scott's do., 6 vols., 8vo.

Scott a>.d Henry's do., combined. 6 vol.-., »vo. Hawie's do., 3 vols., 4to.

Douay Biblo, 2 vols., 4to. Do. do., 1 vol. 4to.

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

Paragraph Bible, with Annotations

Bagster s Comprehensive Bible, largo 4to.

The abovo aro kept in strong and elegant bindings.

Also,

A few Copies of Bibles, 240 years old.

E. S. WIGG. No. 12, Rundle-streot.

ATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c

School Sets 5s. to 27s. öd.

Very Superior, ditto, 35s. to 403.

Engineers and Surveyors, ditto, Turn Cheek will

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

" In German Silver, 80s. to 100s. ei"b Ivory Plotting Saales and Onset,

Ebony and Rolling Parallel Rulers,

Dividers, Drawing Pens, Curves, &c,

Turkey Mill Drawing Papers Demy to Antiquarian, Drawing Cartridges, Drawing Boards, &c,

French and English Tracing Papers, all sizes und i

roll.

Tracing Cloth, Endless Drawing Paper, 54 incho

wide, mounted and plain by the yard.

E. S. WIGG 12, Rundle-street.

JULLIEN'S CRAYON STUDIES, lam and Coloured

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 Drawir.g and Scholastic

Crayons-Crayon Paper, Porte Crayons, &c.

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

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

a twelvemonths' warrantv, £5 10s. ; Large Pos Quarto, £2 15s. 6d.

Damping Brushes, 2s. to 4s. 6d. each.

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

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

and made to order.

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Q WAN'S Large Post COPIES. O Swan's Small Post Copies.

Swan's Fine Foolscap Copies.

Swan's Large Ornamental Copies.

360 dozen just arrived, at

E. S. WI GO'S, Rundle-street.

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS, TRACT DIS

TRIBUTERS, and HEADS of FAMILIES, are reminded that of the Religious Tract Society, the Sunday School Union, and others, 10,000 Books, and 100,0(0 Tracts are always on Sale at London pnces, at

E. S. WIGG'S. la. handle-street.

MAP OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.-E. S. WIGG

having become Solo Proprietor of all the unsold copies of Messrs. Higginson & Painter's Map of South Australia, has determined on reducing the price one-half. The price now is :

In sheets, 5s. In case, 7s. 6d. Mounted on rollers and Varnished, 10s.

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

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UST RECEIVED, ox Orient

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AND

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WEALK'S SERIES.

Ingoldsby Legends, Live and Leirn Soyer's Hou»e«ife, Soyer's Conkerv

Read and Reflect, Graham's Medicine Miller's Testimony of the Rocks More about Jesus, &c.

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Crown each, Coloured Supplements included.

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Public STotiees.

THE GAWLER PRIZE SONG.- AWARD OF THE

JUDGES.

Gawler Institute, October 20,1859.

The Prize of Ten Guineas for the best words for a   Patriotic Song has been awarded by the Judges to Mrs.

C. J. Carleton. Adelaide.  

The Committee regret that their funds will not permit their distributing other prizes to various meritorious productions contributed, but in order to encourage native talent they intend publishing a careful selection

from amongst them.

Any of the competitors objecting to their contribution being so published will please to signify the same, by letter, to Mr. George Isaacs, Gawler (subscribed with the motto previously used), on or before the 31st inst., otherwise their sanction will be inferred.

Any competitors desiring their names to be attached to their contributions will please give permission to the Committee to open the envelopes inscribed with their

mottoes.  

PRIZE FOR MUSIC  

GAWLER INSTITUTE.

A TEN GUINEA PRIZE is offered by the Gawler Institute for the MUSIC to "The Song of Australia," by Mrs. C. J. Carleton, published in this day's paper,   subject to the following conditions, viz. :-That the air be   written in the G clef, and in any key the composer may   select ; but not to range below lower C or above upper G. The chorus (if any) to be written for three or four

voices.

A pianoforte part to be added as an ad libitum accom- paniment. Each competitor to send in two copies. The music to bear a motto, but no name. The cover to be inscribed " Music for Prize ;" and in a second envelope the competitor will enclose his name, writing outside the envelope the motto corresponding with that attached to the composition.

Judges.

G. W. Chinner, Esq.

F. S. Dutton, Esq., M.P.

A. Ewing, Esq., Com. Staff. W. Holden, Esq.

All communications to be addressed to Mr. George Isaacs, Gawler, and forwarded not later than the 30th October, 1850. dsl

REAL PROPERTY ACT NOTICES.

WHEREAS the persons named and described at foot hereof havo each respectively for himself made and subscribed declaration before the Registrar-General, setting forth that he is seised of an estate in fee simple in the lands set forth and described after his name at foot hereof, and hath made applicition to have the said lands brought under the operation of Act of Parliament No. 15 of 1857-8, intituled "The Real Property Act:" Notice is hereby given, that, unless caveat be lodged with me by some parson having estato or interest iu the said lands, or any of them, or by some person duly authorized on behalf of a person having estate or iuterest therein, on or before the expiration of the poriod herein below for each case described and specified, I will pro- ceed as by law directed, to br ng thj sa d pieces of land under the operation of the said Act :

PATRICK AULD; Residence, Bushy Park; Pro-

perty, Part Section 343, Survey B. Date up to and incuisive of which caveat may be lodged, November

6.

JOHN SCARCE (intending purchaser fiom Moses

Price) ; Residence, Gilbert Town ; Property, Po - tion Lot 41, of Section 475, Survey B. Dato up lo and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, No-

vember 6.

JAMES TANK (intending purchaser from Joseph

Lockley Witherow) ; Residence, Morphett Vale ; Property, Part Section 593, Survey B. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, Novem

r-er 6.

ALEXANDER CAMPBELL (intending purchaser from

John Hector) ; Res'dence, Mount Remarkable ; Property, sections 121, 122,123, 124,125,126,127. 128, 129, and 130, Hundred Wongyarra. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, No-

vember 6.

JEFFERY CORK ; Residence, Krondorf; Property,

Part Section 632, Wiltshiie Special Survey. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged,

November 6.

GREGORY HAWSON ; Residence, Port Lincoln ; Pro-

perty. Part Town acre 982, Adelaide. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged Nevem

ber6.

JAMES PORTER (intending purchaser from George

Green) ; Residence, Kensington ; Property, Lot 1 of Aero 79, Kensington. Daie up io fnd inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 6.

ROBERT MAHON ; Residence, GooLva; Property, Let

5, of Section 2402, Hundred Goolwa. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat nuy be lodged. No

veinber fi.

!_Public Hotices._

¡WILLIAM SWALLPIEOá WHITINGTON; Resi-

dence, Adelaide; Property, Lot 16, 31, 71, 75, 77, 9D, 127,149, 151, 152, 155,168, Callington of Sec tion 2001, County Sturt ; and Lots 17, l8, and 19, St. Ives, of said Section 2001. Date up to and in- clusive of which caveat may be lodged, November C. JAMES SLOGGETT; Residence. Nairne; Property,

Lots 50 and 57, Nairne, of Sections 5200,5201,5202, Hundred Kanmantoo. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 6.

JOHN PIR T ; Residence, Gawler Town ; Property,

Section 2796, Hundred Bremer. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may he lodged, November 6. JOHN STUART SANDERS; Residence, Hindmarsh;

Property, South-eastern moiety of Lot 23, Hind- marsh. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat

mav be lodged, November 6.

HENRY HELYER FORDHAM; Property, Lot 66,

Gawler Town ; and Lot 25, Marion, of Section 117, Survey B. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged. November 6.

CARL JOHANN JOA.CHIN LANGE, and GEORGE

DIEDRICH FRIEDRICH LANGE (intending purchasers from Edward Kunoth) ; Residence, near Ang.is Park ; Property, Northern moiety of Section 133, Seven Special Snrveis. Date up to and in- clusive of which caveat may bo lodged, November 0. PHILIP LEE; Residence,.Adelaide; Property, south-

western quarter of Lot 64, Glenelg. Dite up to aud inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, No-

vember 13.

GEORGE FREDERICK HUSSEY ; Residence, Norlh

Adelaide ; Property, Eastern quarler of Town Acre 767. Adelaide ; Lots 8, Ö, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14, of 'Town Acre 7o8. Adelai le ; also portion of Town Acre 77»3, Adelaide ; and Lots 3 and 4 of Sections 237, 238, and 239, Survey B. Date up to and inclusiva of which caveat may be lodged, Novem-

ber 13.

JOHN ROBINS RUNDLE (intending purchaser from

Simon Aunger); Residence,Bowden; Property, Lots 503 and 501, Bowden, of Section 354, Survey B. Dale up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 13.

WILLIAM ROUNSEVELL; Rosidence, Adelaide;

Property, Part Town Acre 152, Adelaide. Date

up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged,

November 13.

FRANCIS HARDY FAULDING (intending purchaser

from John Wrig t); Residence, Adelaide; Property. Part Lot 15, Norwood, of Section 260, Survey B. Date up to and inclusive of whioh caveat may be lodged, November 13.

DETLEF LUDWIß THEODOR FISCHER; Resi-

dence, near Bugle Ranges; Property, Sect:on 1817, Hundred Strathalbyn. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may he lodged, November 13.

JOHANN HEINRICH REIMERS; Residence, near

Bugle Ranges ; Property, Part Sestion 1815, Hun- dred Strathalbyn. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 13.

RICHARD BEETSON; Residence, Stradbroke, near

Adelaide; Property, Section291 and pirt 346. Hun- dred Adelai le. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 13.

JOHN HAIMES; Residence, Norley, near Adelaide ;

Property, Section 101. Survey B. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, Novem-

ber 13.

WALTER DUFFIELD (intending purchaser from

Patrick Mac Ñamara, Stephen Donelly, and John Donelly) ; Residence. Gawler Town ; Property, Section 20, Hundred Port Gawler, and Section 106. Hundred Mudla Wirra. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, December 13.

HERMANN C\RSTEN MARNO ALDENHOVEN

and FRANZ SOPHIU3 FERDINAND ALDEN- HOVEN; Residence near Tanunda; Propert}-, Part Section 12, Hundred Moorooroo. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, No-

vember 20.

EMANUEL SOLOMON; Residence, Adelaida ; Pro-

perty, Town Acre 274. Adelaid, Section 119, Survey B ; Lots 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, and 14, of Section 118. Survey B ; Lot 4, Oil Brighton, of Section 207, Survey B. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat nriy be lodge!, November 20.

ADAM* WATSON RICHARDSON (intending pur-

chaser from South Australian Company), Residence, Mount Barker ; Property, Lot 9, Township West Woorlside, of Section 5031, Special Survey, sources of ' mkaparinga. Date up to and inclusive of which - caveat may be lodged, November 20.

BENJAMIN LEWIS (intending purchaser from George

Wright) ; Residence, Little Hampton, Mount. Barker; Property, Lots 72, 73, 74, 75. Little Hampton, of Section 5010. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged. November 20.

JOHN ROSS SINCLAIR (intending purchaser from

South Australian Company) ; Residence, near Woodsida ; Property, Lot 35, We3t Woodside, of Section 5031, Special Survey, sources of the ( >nkapa ringa. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodned, November 20.

THOMAS DALTON (intending purchaser from Mrs.

Smilie's Trustees) ; Residenoe, Nairne ; Property, Lot a'21, «22, «23. a24, «25, al, and o34, Nairne, of Section 5201 and 5202, Hundred Kanmantoo. Date

up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged,

Novemher 20.

GEORGE STONE; Residence, The Meidows; Pro-

perty, Part Section 3491, Meadows Special Survey. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be

lodged, November 20.

WALTER GADD; Residence, The Meadows; Pro-

perty, Part Section 3491, Meadows Special Survey ; and as intending purchaser from George Stone, of other portion of said Section. Date up to and in- clusive of which caveat may be lodged, November

20.

JAMES GRIMMER; Residence, near the Goolwa;

Property, ;>eetions 15 and l8. Hundred Nkangkita. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be

lodged, November 20.

HENRY GILES; Residence, Totness; Property, Sec-

tions 7052 and 7071, eastern sources of Torrens Spe- cial Suivey ; and Lot 3. of Town Acre 6S9, Adelaide. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November 20.

THOMAS ATKINSON (¡uten-iingpurchaser from Wil-

liam Mills) ; Residence, Willunga ; Property, Part Section 751, Hun Irod Willunga. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, November

20.

ALEXANDER HAY; Residence, Adelaide; Property,

Part Town Acres 271 and 298, Adslaide. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged, No-

vember 2l\

RICHARD BARRETT (intending purchaser from

Mrs. Smillie's Trustees); R^sidenc*, Nairne; Property, Lot 178, Nairne, of Sections 5211 and 520 !, Hundred Kanmantoo. Date up to and in- clusive of which caveat may be lodged, November

20.

ELIJAH LOVELOCK; Residence, Inman Valley;

Property, Sections 288 and 291, Survey E ; part Section 292. Survey E ; and Sections 314 and 315, Hundred Encounter Bay. Data up to and inclusive nf which caveat may be lodged, November 20.

GOTTLIEB ANDREAS SCHUETZE; Residence.  

Hahndorf; Property, Lot 20, and Blocks 62 and 63, of Sections 4233 and 4234, Hundred Kuitpo. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be   lodged, November 20.

EDWARD ROWLANDS; Residence, Willunga ; Part

Section 702, Hundred Willunga. Date up to and

inclusivo of which caveat may bo lodged, Novem-

ber 20.

JACOB HART ; Residence, the Murray ; Part Section

1685, Hundred Nuriootpa , alao Lots 40, 41, 42, 43. 44. 45, Township Nuriootpa ; and Section 590, Hundred Nuriootpa. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged. November 20.

MATTHEW HENRY .-MYTH BLOOD: Residence,

Kapunda ; Property, Lots 23, 25, 26, 27, 70, 137, 172. 173, 174, 178, 179. 231, and 232, Township North Kapunda, of Section 1401, County Light. Date up to and inclusive of whioh caveat may be lodged. JVoveraber 20.

JOHANN WILHELM PREISS (intending purchaser

from George 3urgar) ; Residence, near Lobethal ; Property, Section 6104, Hundred Talunga. Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged,

November 20.

Dated this eighteenth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, at the Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia,

dxl R. R. TORRENS, Registrar-General.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ARTS.

THE COMPETITIVE PRIZES.

Competitors for tho Society's Ten Guinea Prize aro requested not to remove their Paintings from the Exhi- bition Room until further notice, as the Co.cmittee have requested the Judges to examine them agiin. in order to award the Ten Guinea Prize irrespective of Mr. Adam

son's pictures.

By order of the Committee,

de J. MACGEOROE, Hon. Seo.

]i/{TACCLESFIE I.D.-NOTICE to the inhabitants of UJL Macclesfield and vicinity.-W. LISTER wi 1 shortly RE-OPEN the STORE formerly occupied by him as a branch of his North Adelaide business, when all goods will be offered at TOWN PRICES. di

NOTICE.-All GOATS. PIGS, DOGS. POULTRY,

or RABBITS, found TRESPASSING on Section 905, Provincial Survey B, will bo DESTROYED.

JOHN HALLETT.

Ilfracombe, October 14,1859. d2

rR. or Mrs. HENRY WOOD, per ship Henry _L Moore, 1857, will oblige some Norfolk friends hy sending their address to Mr. S. L. Webb, 92, Napier street, Emerald Hill, Melbourne. d3

M'

Tenders and Contracts.

CITY OF ADELAIDE.-TENDERS will be received

at thi3 office until 2 o'clock, on Monday, 24th

instant :

No. 69. Painting City Bridge.

No. 74. Repairing and painting Frome Bridge. No. 75. Watering Hindloy-'.treet. No. 76. Watering Rundle-street.

No. 77. Building Office at Sheep Market.

Specifications may be seen and particulars known At

thisoffice.

In each case the tenders must b» sent in iigr_§d by the intendiug sureties. ,.

By order of the Council,

W. R. COULTHARD, C.ty Samror. City Surveyor's Office, Oct. 19,1859. *ojnJ

Government Advertisements.

ARMY SUPPLIES.

TENDERS FOR FRE^H MEAT.

TENDERS will be received at this office until noon of Thursday, 27th instant, from persons willing to con- tract for the supply of the Military Force in Adelaide

with Fresh Meat.

Particulars of the contract can be seen on application

at this office.

FRED. S. MONK, D.A.C.G. Commissariat Office, Adelaide, October 21,1859. de

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY.

TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT.

TRADESMEN'S AC COUNTS.

On and after the 1st of November, all accounts pay- able out of Traffia Revenue are to bo made ouS ajainst each department, in accordance with the order for tho goods, on printed forms (which may be hid on applica- tion at the Accountant's Office), and furnished on the 1st

of each month.

Payments after the abovo date will also be made monthly only.

EDWARD JOHN PEAKE,

M mager of Railways. Adelaide Station, October 19. 18.9. fiitthmxl

Public Works Office. AddaMe, October 10, 1859.

PORT ELLIOT AND GOOLWA TRAMWAY.

TENDERS will b3 receive I at this office unt 1 the 7th day of November next, at noon, from persons willing to contract for a. LEASE of the PORT ELLIOT and GOOLWA TRAMWAY, together with the Stores and Wharves now occupied the.'e by the Governmeat ; and for the purchase of the Rolling Stock, Horses, Harness,

Plant, Materials, Forage, Ac, now in the possession of

Government.

The term of the lease will be five years, commencing on the 1st day of January, 1860. and the rent will be payable quarterly in advance on tho days following, that is to say, on the 31st day of March, the 30th day of June, the 30th day of September, and the 31st day of December, in each year ; the first payment to become due on the 31st day of December nett.

The lessee will be required to m ùntain the tramway wharves and stores in good order and repair duri-ig his tenancy ; and at the end, or other sooner determination of his term, to restore them in the same condition to the

Government.

He will also be required f o insure and keep insured all

the property devised to him in an amount equal to its

full value.

Also, to maintain in his employ a staff of oHoers and servants sufficient at all tim^s for the transmission of passengers and good* along» the tr mw ly by a number of daily trains, and at a tar.ff of fares and charges to be ap- proved by the Commissioner of Pubiic Works.

Also, to keep available for the public accommodation the wharves and stores let to him, and to afford all rea- sonable facilities for the lading and unladiug of steam- boats, barges, an I other vessel*, at b >th termini.

The lease will contain a covenant not to assign or un- derlet, without the written consont of the Commissioner of Public Works for the time being.

The Government will reserve for the use of the Cus- toms Department, free of charge, the present Bonded

Stores at Port Eliiit and the Goolwa.

The lessee wdl not be exempt from the usual charges for any telegrams he may send.

The lessee will be required to enter into a bond, with two sufficient sureties, conditioned for tho due perfor-

mance of the terms of the le aso.

Payment for the rolling stock, &c, will bo cash, pay

able at the Treasury on or before the ¿1st day of Daceai

ber next.

Parties tendering are required to state in their propo- sals the amount of rent they offer ; the sum payai le for rolling stock, &c, should they piefer to ten 1er an amount ; but otherwise they must state their willingness to pay the value determined on by two arbitrators, or an umpire, to i e appointe 1 in the usual manner, and th3

names of their sureties,

mwfc ARTHUR BLYTH, Commiss:oner.

Central Road Bosrd Office, Adelaide, Oct. 19, 1859.

NOTICE is hereby given, that scaled Tenders will be

received at t'io office of this Board, until noon of Monday, the 31st October,1859, for the execution of the following works :

Advertisement No. 395. Mount Torrens Branch of the South Eastern-road.-For building bridged

and culverts from Oakbank to Woodside.

Advertisement No. 336. Same Road.-For clearing timber, old bridges, culverts, and about 230 rods of

fencing.

Specifications and particulars may be seen by applying at the office of the Board, and at the Woodside Dis-

trict Council Office.

All tenders must be made aocording to the form of schedule annexed to the specific ition, and have the word " Tender," and the number ef the advertisement to which it refers, legibly written on the out-ide.

The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

By order of the Board,

ft2s2 CHARLES THOMPSON, Secretary.

Survevor-General's Office, Adelaide,

19th October, 1859.

YTTHEREAS the SURVEY PEGS of certa'n sections ? V in the neighborhood of Scott's Creek, Hundred of Kanmantoo, havo been removed, Notice is beroby .riven that a Reward of £50 will be paid to any person giving roch information to the Govern nent as will lead to the conviction of the p >rson or persons so offending.

A. H. FREELING, Maior, R.E.,

dx2 Surveyor-General.

Crown Lands and Immigration Office,

Adelaide, Octo >er 17, 1859.

"pIMBER CUTTERS, whethe licensed by the Go L vernment or by any District Council, are her«, by îautioned that if they are foand cutting or remo vi g ¡amber from any of the unsold surveyed land? of th

Grown, they will be proceeded against aocording to

law.

x2 WM. MILNE, Commissioner.

_Amusements, &c._

PORT THEATRE.

Mr. HFNDERSON'3 t'OMPANY will give their FIRST PERFORMANCE this Season

TO-NIGET (FRIDAY) di

VICTORIA THEATRE.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22.

NOVELTY UNPRECEDENTED.

JACK SHEPPARD.

Jack being represented as follows :

Fn-st Act, Mrs. H. Jackson,

Second Act, Mrs. R. B. Dale,

Thud Act, Miss M u i i Nelson,

Supported by the entire Company, with new Scenery,

Effects, &c.

And the Screaming Farce

HERCULES, KING OF CLUBS. d2

Horses, Cattle, Vehicles, &c

QTURT HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, O GRENFELL STREET.

The above commodious premises are now LICENSED for SALES by AUCTION. Horses bought and sold on

commission.

wfmx ALEX. FERGUSSON.

fir

AWLER ARMS HOTEL.

ijT Gigs, Dog-Carts, Saddle and Harness Horses. Tandems, Light and Heavy Spring Drays aud Horse?

on Hire.

OMNIBUS (MAZEPPA) runs to and from this

Hotel and each train.

OPIE'S Northern Mail Coaches now run to and from (his Hotel, where PASSENGERS and PARCELS ar«

booked.

EDWD. CLEMENT.

Gawler, May 2, 1SÓ9- the

PRELIMINARY NOTICE TO SUEEPFARMERS, I &c-30 IMPORTED SAXONY MERINO BAMS from the best flocks, to arrive per Caesar and Helene. We beg to inform those parties intereste 1 in the pastoral state of this or the neighboring colonies thar we had advice, per last overland mail, of a shipment of Thirty PURE SAXONY M EUI.NO RAMS, shipped per Ca3<ar and Helene, from Hamburg, which ship lef1

Hamburg at tho end of July.

Our advices justify us in stating; that the Rams aro of tho most approved breed, and selected regardless of expense to suggestions kindly male to us by acknow- ledged judges, for the purpose of combining a heavy carcase with wool of FINEST quality nnd of heavy FLEECE, of which facts we can givo very MINUTE and

AUTHENTIC particulars.

A<i soon as the Caesar aud Helene has arrived wo shall not fail to give the necessary publication.

B. AMaBERG & CO.

Adelaide, October 10, 1859. wfmxc

FOR SALE, Four PONIES ; three of them by Little

John, and two stinted to Lanercost. Perfectly quiet, and trial given. Apply to

dGxl JOSEPH MELLOR, Morphett-street.

PRIME FAT BEEF at tho FLAGSTAFF PAD

DOCKS.-Mr. LEWIS has just received a sin&ll MOB of very suoerior FAT CATTLE, which he offers at very moderate prices. Butchers and others are invited to inspect them as early as convenient.

Flagstaff Hotel, Sturt. d3

Lost and Found.

DEER LOST.-FOUR DEER having got out of

their enclosure on Saturday night, any person securing any of them, and giving information or deliver- ing them to mc, at Beefacrcs, will be liberally re-

warded,

de E. M. BAGOT.

rpEN POUNDS REWARD.-Notice is hereby given X that £10 Reward will be puid by the undtr^igntd to any one giving such information as will lead to tho conviction of that person or peisons who, on the night of the 13th to 14th instant, s;t firo to the wooden shed or stable on the premises known as the Greenoak Arms.

THOMAS SHINGLEY.

Greenock, OctoW l8,1859. ' ' 03*1

Land and House Property.

FORSALE, WOODLANDS, South-road, about five

miles from Adelaide, lately occupied by John Ellis, Esq. The Hou3e contains twelve Rooms and two large Cellars, with convenient Outbuildings, and 40 Acres of Land. Good Water. Terms veiy easy.

CHAS. ROWLAND, Agent,

fmxc Kinç; William-streot.

FOR SALE.-Sections 1001, 1002," 1003, 1004~Toiv

taining 440 acres, known as the GORGE

FARM, Yankalilla.

CHARLES ROWLAND,

ftnxe Agent, King Wi liam-street.

rriO be LET, furnished or unfurnished, for a short X term, that capital FAMILY HOUSE, belonging .toJohn Hart, Esq., situated on Lefevre's Peninsula, known as Glanville Hall. For further pirticulars, and I cards to view, apply to Richard Hicks, City Chambers

' Adelaide. mwfb*

rr\0 be LET, in ARCHER-STREET, NORTH X ADELAIDE, Two COTTAGES of five rooms each. Apply to Mr. John Cornish, Clark's-buildings, Adelaide ; and for viewing to Mr. R. Page, Margaret-street, North Adelaide._do

0 be LET, a Commodious OFFICE, cheap. Apply

H. Schulze, Gawler-place. de rpo be

X to

FOR SALE, aa ALLOTMENT of LAND, 51 feet bj

90, front street, KAPUNDA. Apply to

de T. ORCHARD.

TO be LET, the STORE adjoining Messrs. Ripley,

Webb, & Co.'t, in Grenfell-street. Apply to Mr. Henry Ayers, RundlFstreet. do

CATTLE RUNS.

SEVERAL good CATTLE RUNS are known, with

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

Money.

MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE, at £10 per

cent, per annum.

Money to Lend on deposit of Title Deeds.

J. ELDIN MOULDEN, Solicitor,

dxc 68, King William-btreet.

MONEY TO LEND on approved FREEHOLD

SECURITIES,

dxc BARTLEY & BAKEWELL.

"¡STONEY to LEND on good security, from 10 per

BELT, CULLEN, & WIGLEY,

de Exchange Chambers.

Produce.

a P. BAYLY,

. CORN FACTOR and SEEDSMAN,

135, RUNDLE-STREET.

Farm and Garden Produco purchased at the highest market price. fmwxq

* XTOOL.-The undersigned is a Purchaser of Wool, r V or will Advance on Con igntnents to his friends in London, Bradford, or Melbourne.

LAVINGTON GLYDE. Green's Exchange. fmwc

\\/"OOL PURCHASED or ADVANCED ON. VV < JOSEPH STILLING & CO. Hindley-street. xd*q

OOL.- The undersigned either purchase or advpa

on Wool.

W. PEACOCK & SON. Grenfell-street, 1858. dxo

rO BUTCHERS and Others.-Highest price give

.G-oasy Wool Sheepskins

Hides Tallow

W. PEACOCK & SON. Grenfell-street. dxc

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

condition, on sale at the stores of the under

sismed.

de R. M. TAPLEY, Port.

vy ANT ED to PURCHASE. 1,200 Tons of good * V sound HAY of tho coming Crop, at Adelaide, and on the Mount Barker, Strathalbyn, Willunga, Port Elliot, Aldinga, Clare, Kensington, and Brighton roids. Apply at Rounsevell's, Carriage Repository and City Horse Bazaar. mwfsc

Public Companies.

THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA

(Incorporated by Acts of Parliament.)

NOTICE is hereby given that the FIRST HALF YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of the SHARE- HOLDERS in this Company will he held at the Bank Premises, l8, Collins-street West, in the City of Mel- bourne, on Tuesday, the 1st day of November next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, for the following purposes : To receive the Report of the Directors to be then sub- mitted, and to transact all other business which may ba necessary, or the occasion may require.

The Transfer BookB will be closed from the 17th Octo- ber to the 1st November.

OSMOND H. GILLES, Manaser. Melbourne, October 14, 1859 dxl

TiO-ATIONAL BANK OF AÜSTRALASLA. - LM SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BRANCH.

NOTICE is hereby given that a SECOND CALL of £1 p2r Shore, on the Capital Stock of the Company, illotted on the South Australian Registry, ha-j been made this day, and that the same will be payable on Thursday, the 27th of October next, at the office of tha

Bank in Adelaide.

Payment will be received, at option of Shareholders, in cash, or half in cash and half promissory note at three months* date, bearing interest at 7 per cent, per annum.

By order of the Local Board,

dxc FREDERICK WRIGHT, Manager.

rHE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.

Incoi-porated by Acts of Parliament.

BRANCHES of this BANK have been ESTA-

BLISHED at

ROBE TOWN, Guichen Bay;

R. G. PboLE, Manager. PENOLA ;

A. C. Coleman, Agent. MOUNT GAMBIER;

W. A. Crouch, Agent.

FREDERICK WRIGHT, Manager. Adelaide. September 15,1859. dxc

PUBLIC NOTICE.-The SOUTH AUSTRALIAN

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

J. C. DIXON, Manager,

South Australian Banking Company. Adelaide, September 5, 1859. dxc.

GLEN OSMOND QUARRIES AND SILVER

LEAD MINING COMPANY. (Limited.) A GENERAL MEETING of the Members of the n/'ove Company will bo held on Tuesday, the 1st day of .\ovemb r, 18o9, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the N'npoleon Buonaparte Hotel, King William-street, Adelaide, for the ELECTION of a CHAIRMAN and DIRECTORS, and for the adjustment and settling tho terms, provisions, and clauses of tho Deed of Settlement of the Company.

ARTH OR HARDY, )- mntimi

dil J. ELDIN MOULDEN, / promoters.

NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA-A limited

number of SHARES arc now open for allotment

at the office of

A. SCOTT, Blyth-street. Adelaide, August 9. 1859. wmc

THE undersigned has FOR SALE a few SHARES

in the NATIONAL BANK of AUSTRALVSIA. fmxc CHAS. ROWLAND, King William-street.

Building and other Societies.

EAST TORRENS BRANCH OF THE PERMA-

NENT ALBION BUILDING SOCIETY.

Inconsequence of the near approach of the termina- tion of the existing Building Societies in the District of hast Torrens, the Directo's of the Pe manent Albion Builling Society have decided to OPEN a BRANCH OFFlCtS between the Town Hall and Post Office, Par ido, Norwood, «hero tho Secretary will attend on each Saturday evening, from 6 to 8 o'clock, to reodvo tho Suhscripiions of Members, and furnish Rules, Prosp c

tuses, and any information required by intending Share

holders.

Shares can be taken at any time, without fine or pay- ment of back subscription.

The Rules of the Society guarantee the return of the Deeds at t he end of five years, for 8s. per week repi.y. ment, or at the end of seven years for 6s. per week.

Offices-Between the Post Office and the Town Hall,

Parade, Norwood.

SAMUEL ALLEN, Secretary.

Town Offices-33, King William-street, Adelaide, opposite Waterhouse's-buildings. dxo

_Wanted._

WANTED, HORSE and MULE DRIVERS.

Apply to Mr. Escott, nt the Stations of the English and Australian Copper Company, on the road between Gawler and the Burra Coppor Works.

Adelaide, October 14, 1859._ dxc

WANTED a BODYMAKER and JOBBING

HAND ; enquire at the Factory.

ROBERT COTTRELL.

Rundle-street Coach Manufactory,

October 17, 1859._de

WANTED, a good LAD, to look after Horses and

make himself generally useiul. Apply to R. Venn, Golden Flsece. d2

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