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¿TEAM TO MELBOURNE.-The mag
nificent new screw steamer
1,000 tons, and Al for ten years, Captain John McLean, will be despatched on Saturday next, the 17th instant, at 4 p.m.
J. NEWMAN & SON, Port ;
d6 J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street.
3 TEAM TO PORT AUGUSTA.-The
MAID OF THE YARRA,
Captain Alex. McCoy, will sau for Port Augusta on "Wednesday next, the 14 th instant, at 4 p.m.
JOS. STILLING & CO., 7 ". ^ Q , ~ ,.
J. D ^RWENT, $ Town and Port ;
d3 ELDER STIRLING & CO., Port Adelaide.
i3>3s. T}LACKWALL LINE OP PACKETS. TIH§>JL> FOR LONDON DIRECT.
To leave Melbourne on Wednesday, December 21.-The magnificent clipnership
1,200 tons, J. Smith, commander (belonging to Messrs. Green, of Blackwall)."
For terms, apply to
JOHN NEWMAN & SON, Port ; or to J. DARWENT, Town.
Intending passengers will be in time per s.s. Omeo, leaving Port Adelaide December 17. mwf 3
JX^ rpHE CELEBRATED BLACK BALL and *%%&£> -I- EAGLE LINER,
CHAMPION OF THE SEAS,
5,000 tons, J. M. Outridge, Esq., commander, will ail from Melbourne on Tuesday, the 20th December.
For freight or passage, apply to
WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, Jun., & CO., ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO.,
fmwxc Agents, Adelaide.
i3v=k^T710R LONDON DIRECT.-The fine fast Tg¿OJ3^ Is '. sailing Ship
350 tons, Captain Daunberg, having the greater part of her careo on board, will sail on the 14th December.
For freight, apply to
PHILIP LEVI & CO., Town or Port.
Adelaide, November 30, 1859. de
'OOL SHIP FOR LONDON, calling
at the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. -The quick-sailing Al clipper ship
1,132 tons register, Captain A. Lawrence, is now fast filling up at Prince's Wharf, and will positively sail with her usual promptitude, on a day to be fixed, from
the 20th to the 24th December.
She carries an experienced surgeon, and her accom- modations for passengers are very superior. Saloon, from 50 to 70 Guineas, Second Cabin, 30 Guineas ; Third Cabin, £20 to £25. Families as per agreement.
. Wool and other produce taken at moderate rates of freight.
For particulars, apply to Captain Lawrence on board,
dxc JOSEPH STILLING & CO.
IRENE, FOR LONDON, CALLING AT
THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.-The ; well-known A1 fast-sailing barque
IRENE, 472 tons register, Captain D. Bruce.
This favorite trader, having again arrived with her usual punctuality, will take the berth for London imme- diately on the discharge of her inward cargo, and, having the larger portion of her wool engaged, will receive early
The accommodation for passengers is of the most superior character.
For particulars, apply to Capt. Bruce, on board;
- WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., & CO., wfmxc Town and Port.
\OR LONDON.-Thr. favorite Al fast
Captain John P. Harris, is now on the berth for London, and will be despatched early with her customary punctuality.
For freight or passage, apply to
WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN, & CO.,
fmwxc Town and Port.
ÍOR CALCUTTA DIRECT.-The splendid
A. Sinclair, commander, will sail for Calcutta, on Tues- day, the 20th instant. Shippers of Horses desirous of availing themselves of the remaining space should make early application to Captain Sinclair, on board; or to
dcx2 ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.
10R HOBART TOWN.-To sail on Friday, _ 16th instant.-The well known-known regular trader
SWORDFISH, J. Roberts, master.
For freight or passage, apply to Captain Roberts, on board ; or, to
d2 ELDER STIRLING & CO.
FOR SWAN RIVER.-The Brig
Captain Gall, will sail on or about the 15th instant.
J. NEWMAN & SON, .Port. J. DARWENT, Town.
lOR MYPONGA, SECOND VALLEY,
YANKALILLA, and RAPID BAY.
30 tons, McKay, master, will sail on Fiiday, Dec. 16.
For freight or passage, apply on board, Maclaren Wharf, Port. de
^^T^OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER. The
T^jralvr JD schooner
REBECCA, 68 tons registei. Apply to
de on board, Maclaren Whaif.
N SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned
Ex Orient and Mary Scott
PALE and DARK BRANDIES, cho ce brands, in
wood and case
<(? Choice sample Manila Cigars
Ale and Porter, Byasb's and Salt's, in cask Arrowroot, W.I. Perfumery
Drapery and Slops
Patent Nails and Horseshoe Nails
Holloware, Tinware and Ironmongery
&c, &c, &c.
EX NILE.-GIN, in case ; Brandy, in bulk. Choice
de_BURNETT NATHAN, Hindley-street.
EX NILE.-TOBACCO and Oilmen's Stores.
de BURNETT NATHAN, Hindley-street.
X NILE.-CORNSACKS and Toys
de BURNETT NATHAN, Hindley-street.
X DR. VON THUNEN TELLOW. HOLLOWAYS PILLS and OINTMENT.
de Wholesale Agent for South Australia.
ON SALE, by the undersigned
150 Cases Old COGNAC BRANDY 100 do. * Santerne 100 do. Bordeaux
de Gr BARCLAY, Grenfell-street.
PRIME ENGLISH CHEESE
NORTH WILTS CHEESE CHEDDAR CHEESE
All in very fine condition, on Sale at
P. McROSTIE'S Tea and Coffee Warehouse, d6 139, Rundle-street.
WHOLESALE ONL Y.
ON SALE, ex Ocean Eagle. Alma, and Irene, nnd to arrive per Nüe, Chili, Arabella, &c.
Gentlemen's and Ladies' Saddles, Pilches,
Gig Saddles, Riding and Driving Whips Stirrup-irons, Spurs, Bits
Saddlers' and Coach Ironmongery Coach and Omnibus Fittings, &c. Patent and Enamelled Leather.
JAMES A. HOLDEN,
34, King William-street, two doors from Rundle treet. fmwe
COLONIAL CHEESE, on Sale by
JOHN STUART SANDERS,
de 70, Hindley-street.
ON SALE by the undersigned
SADDLERY and COACH IRONMONGERY of every description. To arrive per Arabella, Phobe Dun- bar, and other early ships. The largest and best assort- ment of goods ever sent to South Australia.
dq E. T. SMITH, Blyth-street.
JUST ARRIVED, per Escort, a choice assortment or
- PAPER HANGINGS (selected by Mr. S. R. Hall), and now on view at the old-established GLASS, OIL, and COLOR WAREHOUSE, LEIGH-STRRET.
dx Successor to S. E. Hall.
COALS. COALS. COALS.
"English House Coal
New South Wales do. do.
. Tanfield Moor (Smiths') do.
THOMAS E. BURY, # fmwc 1, Exchange-colonnade. /
Sugar-Sydney Crystal, Dutch Loaf, and Mauritius Tea-prime Congou, chests and half-chests Coffee-Manila Plantation, small bags Rice best Java,"small bag3 ; Maccaroni
Soap-Sydney, 1 cwt. boxes, full weight Candles-Belmont, Sydney Beef
Hops, Kent ; Cigars, No. 2 Manila Bags, 3-bushel ; Slates, Countesses Starch, Coleman's ; Blue, Mustard
Arrowroot, in 12 and 14 lb. tins ; Sago
Revalenta Arabica, in 1, 2, and 5 lb. tina
Rosin, Pitch, Ploughs, Boiler. Pig Iron, &c.
swxc MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.
NOW LANDING, Ex Cleopatra, Alma^ Orient
Salamanca, &c. 300 cases Booth's Gin
100 hhds. best W.I. 10 o.p., and 30 o.p., and
Jamaica Rum *
300 cases palo C.V.C old Brandy 100 qr.-casks Port and Sherry
300 casks Byass's'Ale and Porter
Geneva, Whisky, Dumas' and Champagne V.C.
U.V.C. Brandy, Hock, Claret, Champagne, &c swxc MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.
Received direct from the Grower in France,
mxac ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.
LEAD PIPING. LEAD PIPING.
Now ON SALE at HALL & CO'S., 16, Hindley street (next Blenheim Hotel), 6,000 feet of Lead Piping, sizes, j in. f, 1,1£, 1£, If, 2.
Also", KENT'S BRUSHES of every description, OIL COLORS and GLASS, &c, &c.,at the most moderate prices. dq
TO LEATHER CUTTERS, SHOEMAKERS, AND
OT HERS. -NOTICE.- GEORGE BEAN
having determined upon giving up his woll-known business in Currie-street, is willing to LET the PRE- MISES on very liberal terms. The Stock may be taken by the in-coming tenant at a fair valuation. Moderate rent. For further particulars apply to George Bean, Thebarton, Tannery ; or, to.Robert Hawkes, Esq., King
("^ DRAPER & CO., beg to give notice to their friends
j, and the trade generally that they will REMOVE from their present stores to GRENFELL-STREET (late Black & Wright's), Two doors west of Freeman-street, and opposite Gawler-place, on or about the 24th host.
Leigh-street, December 5,1859. de
THOMAS FAX, LEATHER SALESMAN for the
House of Peacock & Son, Grenfell-street Tan-
yard, Importer of Grindery and Shoemakors* Tools, I eigh-street, Adelaide.
N.B.-The Trade supplied wholesale on liberal terms. Observe-The Beehive, established 1840. dxc
W. H. BURFORD, SOAP and CANDLE
"WORKS, established 1838.
Highest price for Fat, Tallow, and Grea .
Grenfell-street. . de
WATTLEVILLE JAMS.-The undersigned having
made arrangements with Messrs. Morgan and Pollard, grocers, Hindley-street, for the disposal of tho above jams, respectfully request that all orders for such may be forwarded to the above firm.
» T. REYNOLDS, Wattleville. January, 1859. wxe
REVALENTA ARABICA.-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, fpr Invalids and Persons suffering from Indigestion, Con- stipation, Nervous, Bilious, and Liver Complaints, Spasm, Dropsy, Asthma, Cough, Low Spirits, Spleen,
9, Antiqua-street, Edinburgh, February 3, 1848.
Gentlemen-From the short experience I have had ef the virtues of the Revalenta Arabica, I am happy to be enabled to say that I have derived very considerable benefit from the use of it in the way yon prescribe, &c.
Your very obliged servant,
Stapleford Park, near Melton Mowbray,
Leicestershire, June 19,1858.
, . . I have been suffering from indigestion for the last five years. I had a breaking out in my neck, and sore throat at the commencement, which I have suffered from at times ever since, and a continual pain at the pit of my stomach, and oftentimes sickness and headache, with a bad appetite, and languor of body and mind ; I could not take foodsuflicient to keep up mystrength, and I often felt great weakness in my legs. I nave 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 Hnd advice ; the benefit I have derived in so short a time is very far 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 legs. 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.
Gamo and Deerkeeper at the Earl of Harborough's.
MARTIN, GAEDECHENS & CO.
ALBION SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY,
ELIZABETH-STREET SOUTH, SYDNEY.
COWAN & ISRAEL take this opportunity of drawing the attention of the trade in general, and especially Country Storekeepers, to the. superiority of then- manu- factures over all others. Their SOAP and CANDLES are invariably sold by all the best Grocers in Sydney and most of the country towns, and the price is very little more than that charged for any inferior articles that are pushed off at a lower figure. A great saving will be attained by using their best No. 1 soap, which is stamped in full length on each bar, .' COWAN & ISRAEL,
They can also with confidence recommend their Candles as the best manufactured in the colonies, wan-anted to bum with a fine clear light, for seven hours, and per- fectly free from smoko and smell.
C. & I. would especially caution dealers and the public generally against spurious articles, begging them not to be satisfied by the name being on the cases only, but parti- cularly to observe that each packet of candles is distinctly marked with the name and address of the manufacturers, and each bar of Soap is separately stamped with " COWAN AND ISRAEL, Syôney," in full.
All orders shipped by the earliest opportunity.
/I OOD NEWS FROM HOME.-MESSRS. W. S
\J 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 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 £.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
JL 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 bo attributed to the Redvxed 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, whilst its exceedingly liberal tariff of charges gives it an advantage especially and exclusively its own.
The foUowing is the exceedingly moderate SCALE of CHARGES for ADVERTISEMENTS in the "SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER":
Two lines ... ... One Shilling
Three lines . One and 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 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 themselves of this channel of information. To Horticultural and Agricultural Socie- ties, Sporting Committees, and others requiring long announcements, the reduction wDl 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
CHABQB POP ONE INSERTION.
SIXPENCE per line for the first Six Lines, Fourpence
r-er line afterwards.
Liberal Discounts for numerous insertions.
Adverliter and Chronicle offices, 117 Hindley-street,
NEW YEA R'S GIFTS.
NOW OPENED and ON SALE, one of the Largest Assortments of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS,
ever displayed in South Australia, which will be sold at the lowest remunerative Prices, to make room for
LARGE CONSIGNMENTS OF GOODS
to arrive during the early part of the ensuing year.
STOREKEEPERS, HAWKERS, BAZAARS, AND
Constant shipments received of every novelty of the
seasonJrom the First
.LONDON AND PARISIAN HOUSES.
Cases and Parcels made up, repacked, and sorted, to any amount to suit the Trade.
CRICKET and ARCHERY CLUBS supplied with best materials, at
CUNNINGHAM'S LONDON BAZAAR,
de 31, Rundle-street, opposite the Globe Inn.
JOB PRINTING.-Every description of Plain and
Ornamental Printing executed with economy, ccuracy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, 117, Hindley-street. Orders may alsc be left at the Branch Office, Platts's, corner of Kino William and Hindley streets.
Professional and Trade Addresses.
ROD DA'S PATENT METALLIZER.
Any Gentleman wishing to have any Carbonates or Oxides of Copper, or rich grey Sulphurets Metallized by Rodda's Patent, can get them done by Captain R. Davey. Assay Master, Flinders-sti^eet.
d6 ' RICHD. RODDA.
TO MINING COMPANIES, MINE CAPTAIN ¿»
TRIBUTERS, AND OTHERS.
C. J. DOLLMAN, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, 74, Hmdley-street, begs to announce that he is now pre- pared to ASSAY COPPER ORES by tho Furnace Procos , and guarantees correct results.
Mineral specimens of any description carefully analyzed at moderate prices. wfc
HITE & EGERTON. LAND, LOAN, and COMMISSION AGENTS.
BRITTAIN JONES CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENERAL AGENT,
PORT ADELAIDE. dxc
Drapery and Clothing.
NE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED
MUSLIN ROBES AND DRESSES.
NORTHMORE & CASTLE
EX MARY SCOTT,
MUSLIN ROBES AND DRESSES,
containing as under
Case No. 23. 250 Organdi Flounced Robes, 14 yards.
Do. 24. 250 do. do. do., 16 do. Do. 25. 75 Superior do. / do., 16 do. Do. 26. 288 Organdi Dresses, 12 do. Do. 27. 316 do. do., 12 do. Do. 28. 317 do. do., 12 do.
Total ... 1,496 Robe3 and Dresses.
At prices unequalled in the colony.
sunnlied at a LESS ADVANCE on ENGLISH INVOICE PRICE than at any Wholesale House in Adelaide wfmc
NO'RTHMORE & CASTLE,
131 and 133, Rundle-street, have just opened ex Alma
Flounced Silk Robes, £4 10s. to £7
New Cheeked Silks, £2 19s. 6d. full dress Rich Quality Crossover do., 3J Guineas
Black French Glaces, 3s. 9d. to 7s. 9d., wide width
MANTLES in great variety.
French Delaines, Drabs, Pinks, Sky, Maize, and
Balzarines, Black and Coloured
Fancy, Watered and Plain Bonnet Ribbons
Figured and Plain Belt Ribbons to match Balza
rine and Muslin Robes.
Ladies requiring good plain Bonnet Ribbons are soli- cited to inspect our stock of extra rich Oriental Ribbons from the celebrated house of Leaf, Sons, & Co., London.
TO VOLUNTEER CO M PANIE S.
,CAPS AND COVERS,
same as worn by Port V. Artillery and No. 1 Adelaide Rifles, on Sale in any quantity, at
Contractor lo P. V. Artillery and No. 1 Adelaide de Rifles, Port Adelaide.
APS. CAPS. CAPS.
100 DOZEN ex ORIENT.
de Port Adelaide.
?^APS. CAPS. CAPS. J FRENCH PEAK MILITARY.
4 Cases ex Orient.
de Port Adelaide.
FLANNEL COATS, White or Blue. Warranted
shrunk. Made to measure, 25s.
de Port Adelaide.
WHITE OR BROWN DRILL TROUSERS,
Shrunk by steam, made to measure,
14s. per pair.
de Port Adelaide.
WORTHY OF ATTENTION
JOHN HODGKISS & CO.
hereby invite the attention of purchasers to their
NEW and EXTENSIVE STOCK of LINEN- and
just landed from the various ships recently arrived in port, comprising an immense variety of the newest and most fashionable goods.
The advertisers are also offering the Summer portion of the Stock of Messrs. Macgeorge & Co., among which
will be found the greatest Bargains in
ever submitted to the public of South Australia.
It being impossible, within the limits of an advertise- ment, to enumerate the various articles, the advertisers content themselves with saying that goods will be found
CHEAPER THAN EVER. Observe
JOHN HODGKISS & CO.,
Opposite the Norfolk Arms Inn. dxc
WH o L E s A L E.-MCARTHUR, KINGS-
BOROUGH, & CO. hereby beg to intimate that their NEW STORE in PIRIE-STREET, near the Post-office, is drawing towards completion, and that they hope to bo able to conduct their business as Wholesale Drapers in the same, on or about the 2nd January
MCARTHUR, KINGSBOROUGH, & co.,
de Wholesale Drapers, Stephens-place.
Books, Stationery, &c. -
MILL ON-LIBERT 1"; What will he do with it?
Frederick the Great ; Scenes from Clerical Life, by author of Adam Bede ; Livingstone's Travels ; Lord Bacon's Works, 6 vols. ; M. Cosh's Divine Government ; Sir William Hamilton's Lectures ; the Family Treasury, vol. 1 ; Browne's Chemistry and Dictionary of Science ; De La Rive's Electricity ; Arago's Astronomy ; Williams's Geodesy ; Cresy's Civil Engineering ; Loudon's Ladies' Flower Garden, 5 vols., colored plates. Trees and Shrubs, Agriculture, and Gardening ; Professor Wilson's
Works ; and many others.
W. C. RIGBY,
Importer of Books and Stationery,
53, Hindley-street. NEW BOOKS, just received.
THE PSALMIST, Full Score and Vocal Score
Union Tune Books, various editions. The Psalmist in parts, Alto, Tenor, Treble, and Bass. "Wes- ley's, Congregational, The Hymn Book, Hart's, Olney and other Hymns, Bibles, Prayerbooks, Church Services m all styles of Binding, &c., at '
W. C. RIGBYS, 53, Hindley-street,
Importer of Books and Stationery.
LAIJVS ^VETERINARY ART-Gamgee's Veteri
narian's Vado Mecum, Finlay Dun's Veterinary Medicines, Haycock's Gentleman's Stable Manual The Shot Gun and Sporting Rifle, The Stud for Practical Purposes, Practical Horsemanship, Stable Practice &c, &c. '
RIGBY, Importer of Books and Stationery.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.-Now Year's Gifts and
School Prizes-Make your¡selections»t RIGBY'S who has the best Stock of Books in the colony, and at prices from five to fifty per cent, lower than any other house in Adelaide. Note the address,
_ 53, HINDLEY-STRE ET.
BOOKS AT MILLION PRICES. -
All those who, from the high prices previously charged, never bought, can now afford to buy, and thos9 who bought before can buy the more.
N.B.-The best Stock in Adelaide to select from
W, C RIGBY, Proprietor,
THE SUPPLY- of BOOKS now to hand ex ato
arrivals, pel Royal Mail Steamer and Clipper Vessels, unequalled by any other Establishment n
Note the address-53, Hindley-street.
W. C. RIGBY, Proprietor.
Books, Stationery, &c.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND NEW YEAR'S
PRIZES! PRESENTS! PRIZES!
The best and largest selection of the above are'now on sale at the undersigned, consisting of
HANDSOMELY BOUND BOOKS.
History, Science, Biography, Poetry, Religious, Travels,
Envelope Cases, Card Cases Fire Screens, Card Boxes
GOLD-Pens, Pencil Cases
Chains, Paper Knives
ROSE WOOD-Writing Desks
Silver Mounted Flues, 8-keyed Flutes, 6-keyed Flutes, Fifes, Concertinas, Accordions, Flutinas, Violins and Bows, Trombones, Horns, and
Suitable for chapels, schoolrooms, and private
The largest stock of MUSIC to select from in the colony, comprising -
Songs, Duets, Waltzes, Polkas, Schottisches,
Quadrilles, Pieces and Instrumental.
Bibles, Church Services, Prayer Books, Hymn Books (various), Globas, Telescopes, Mathematical Instru- ments, Color Boxes, Archery, Bats and Stump3, &c.
Nos. 1, 95, 97, Hindley-street. Established upwards of 20 years. *,.* An allowance made to schools, &c.
TLLUSTRATED NEWS, in Monthly Parts, flalf-a i. Crown each, Coloured Supplements included.
_PLATTS (Established 1839.)
WRECK OF THE ADMELLA.
A few Copies of the Poem by PHILIP BARRY
on hand at
d6xl PLATTS S.
ES. WIGG has just completed the ENLARGE
. MENT of his SHOP, and has furnished the new shelves with a new and choice selection of BOOKS, com- prising
3 Cases Books, from the Religious Tract Society 1 do. do., do. Sunday School Union 8 do. General Literature 1 do. Choice American
6 do. Suited to the young, for Prizes, Gift Books.
Some splendidly illustrated, for the drawing-room, &c.
1 case French Works, in French,
The whole altogether forming the best selection E. S. Wigg has ever had to offer in the colony.
(From Reeves & Son's),
Drawing Materials, Drawing Books, Litho-
A large assortment of Mathematical Instruments,
from 5 to 12 guineas.
Note Papers, Letter Papers, Foolscaps, Envelopes,
Steel Pens, Morell's Registration, Steel-pen and
E. S. WIGG, 12, Rundle-street.
MOSSMAN'S WRECK OF THE ADMELLA.
Cloth, 5s. An allowance to Storekeepers.
E. S. WIGG, Agent, Adelaide.
HOMOOPATHY.-LAURIES', HERING'S, &c,
Hand Books and Cases of Medicine just re-
E. S. WIGG, Rundle-street.
LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 186 0.
Just received, and now on sale, at
RIGBYS, 53, Hindley-street.
3AZAAR. ON BEHALF OF THE WESLEYAN J» MINISTER'S RESIDENCE, NORWOOD.
Tlie above will be held (D.V.) on Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday, the 20th, 21st, and 22nd of Decem- ber, in the New Store of Messrs. McArthur, Kings- borough & Co., opposite the Chapel, Pirie-street, which has been kindly lent for the occasion.
Contributions are solicited, and will be very tliankfully received by the following Ladies : - Mrs. Butters, Gawler-place ; Mesdames Gilbert, Roach, and Robin, Adelaide ; Mrs. Peter Harris, North Ade- laide : Mrs. Colton, Hackney ; Mrs. MacKirdy, Kent Town ; Mrs. Longbottom, Magill ; and Mesdames Har- court and Kingsborough, Norwood.
November 30th, 1859. dxc
THOSE Friends who are kindly PREPARING CON-
TRIBUTIONS towards the BAZAAR in aid of the Wesleyan Minister's Residence, Norwood, are earnestly requested to send in tlieir gifts by Saturday, the 18th, at latest.
Norwood, December 9,1859. dxc
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, CITY OF
ELECTION of ALDERMAN for ROBE WAR».
A va cany having arisen in Robe Ward by the resigna- tion of Mr. Alderman Wright, the election of his suc- cessor will take place on FRIDAY next, the 16th De- cember, at the Queen's Head Inn, Kennode-street.
Nominations will be received between the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock, and should the candidates be in excess of the number required to be elected, the poll will remain open until 4 o'clock p.m.
By Order oí the City Corni oil,
W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. City Council Office, December 10, 1859. mwf3
ELECTION FOR ALDERMAN.
A MEETING of the Friends and Supporters of Mr. G. P. HARRIS, and of the Committee appointed to secura the return of that gentleman, will be held THIS EVENING (Wednesday), at the Dover Castle Tavern,
at 8 o'clock,
di S. CARVOSSO, Secretary. '
Hotels, Boarding-House3, &c
[CE, and ICED DRINKS at the SHADES, King L William-street.
December 9, 1859. de
W CHALKER begs to return his grateful acknow
. lodgments to his friends and the public for their kind and extensive patronage during the time he was at the Royal Admiral Hotel, and to inform them that he has REMOVED to the more commodious premises known as the
SIR JOHN BARLEYCORN HOTEL,
where he hopes to seo all his old friends, and to make a great many new ones.
Parties from the country will find every attention paid to their comfort at moderate charges.
Spirits, Wines, Beers, &c, of the best brands always
in stock. de
FIRST RATE INVESTMENT.-TO be LET, the
BRITANNIA HOTEL, NORWOOD, eligib situated and well accustomed, good accommodatio
stabling for seven horses, fruitful garden and capita water. Rent very moderate, the party leaving on account of long continued illnes3. Apply, if by letter (prepaid) to Mr. John Heed, Albion Hotel, Morphett
O T I C E TO PUBLICANS.
WEST END ALE of the Best Quality, at 42s. per Barrel. Casks guaranteed full size and filled to the bung.
W. H. CLARK.
West End Brewery, Hindley-street. de
Horses, Cattle, Vehicles, &c
STURT HORSE -AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR
The above commodious premises are now LICENSED for SALES by AUCTION. Horses bought and sold on
wfmx ALEX. FERGUSSON.
FOR SALE-The Powerful Draught Entire Horse I
NUGGET. Is a bright bay, stands 16 hands high ; a sure foal-getter.
Powerful Draught Horse CAPTAIN, rising five years old, stands over 16 hands high.
A Bay Filly, three years old, fit for dray or gig.
A Draught Mare with a Fdly Foal by her side, in foal again by Nugget.
Two Drays, as good as new ; one tips.
Nineteen ALLOTMENTS of LAND in the Township of Scarborough, Lefevre's Peninsula, adjoining the Semaphore section.
Apply to .,
Malcombe Farm, Reedbeds ; or to
. F. B. JONES,
d7x2 Port Adelaide.
THIRTY PURE MERINO RAMS.-In con-
formity wita our former advertisement we have much pleasure in statin» that the 30 pure MERINO RAMS HAVE ARRIVED per Cosar and Helene,
and are now on view at the Stores of
B. AMSBERG & CO., Gilles* Arcade. Adelaide, November 25,1859. xmwfc
NOTICE TO CARTERS.-LOADING for the
BURRA BURRA MINES. Apply to Captain W. Scott, Port Adelaide. de
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE.
Subscribers and the public are informed that the QUARTERLY SOIREE will take place THIS EVENING (Wednesday, December 14), in White's ! Rooms, King William-street.
The DEUTSCHE LIEDERTAFEL have kindly given their assistance.
SIGNOR CUTOLO has volunteered his services, in acknowledgment of the support he has received in Adelaide ; this being probably his last performance for the present in this colony.
LAVINGTON GLYDE, Esq., M.P.
will read some remarks on W. M. Thackeray, and his " Poetical Miscellanies," with illustrative readings.
Chorus.-"March, Frisch ganze Com
pangnie"-Liedertafel.Becker. Duet-Violin and Piano, Mr. Chapman
and Herr Linger.x ... Mayseder. Cavatina-" Semiramide"-Miss Rowe ... Rossini. Fantasia .- Piano - " Lucretia ' Borgia"
SignorCutolo .Cutolo. ChoruB-"Our Native Land," (Was ist der
Deutsche Vater Landt)-Liedertafel ... Reichart.
, Fantasia-Piano- " Sonnambula"-Signor
Cutolo . ... Thalberg. Duet-" Slowly and Softly"-Miss Rowe
and Mr. Oehlmann .S. Glover. Divertissement-" Sonnambula" - Corno-
pean and Piano-Mr. Schrader and Herr Linger.
Chorus-"The Song of Australia," (Gawler
Prize Song, written by Mis. Carleton)
-Liedertafel . "... Linger.
Conductor . Herr Linger.
Subscribers will be admitted on production of their tickets for tho current quarter or year, which will be returned to them afterwards on application at the Insti- tute. It is particularly requested that all arrears be paid up before the Soiree.
Each subscriber may introduce a lady free of charge.
Tickets%for non-subscribers, 2s. 6d. each, may be
obtained at the door.
Pereons desirous of becoming subscribers are requested to do so during the day.
j The doors will be opened at half-past seven, and the I chair will be taken precisely at 8.
N.B. The library will be closed at 5 p.m.
By order of the Board of Governors,
di ROBT. KAY, Secretary.
THE PORT ADELAIDE ANNUAL REGATTA
will take place on MONDAY, January 2nd, 1860, under the Patronage of His Excellency Sir R. G, Macdonnell, CB.
FIRST RACE, to start at 9 a.m.-First-class Sailing
SECOND RACE, to start at 10 a.m.-Second-class Sail- ing Boats.
THIRD RACE, to start at 11 a.m.-Whaleboat? pulling five oars.
FOURTH RACE, to start at noon. - Watermens' Licensed Skiffs, pulling two oars.
FIFTH RACE, to start at 1 p.m.-Gigs pulling four
SIXTH RACE, to start at 3 p m.-Amateurs in four oared Gigs.
SEVENTH RACE, to start at 4 p.m.-Watermens' Licensed Skiffs, Scullers.
EIGHTH RACE, to start at .5 p.m.-Flat-bottomed Punts, to be pulled by Youths of the Port.
DUCK HUNT, to start at 5*30 p.m.
wf E. A. HORN, Hon. Sec.
MHO the SUBSCRIBERS for the RELIEF of JAMES _L O'LOGHLIN'S WIDOW and CHILDREN. The Manager of Railways will be happy to receive the subscriptions of those who have kindly collected moneys or promised to subscribe for the relief of the above un-
EDWARD JOHN PEAKE. December 13,1859. d2
COMMEMORATION FUND.-The Trustees propose
to print in the next Summaries for England a list of the Subscribers to the Commemoration Fund ; they therefore request those gentlemen who bave expressed themselves in favor of the plan, but have not yet sent in their names a8 subscribers, to oblige them by communi- cating with the undersigned on or before Friday next.
JOHN BROWN, Hon. Secretary,
December 13, 1859. _d3_ I THE undersigned, JAMES JEANES, formerly of
North Adelaide, in tho province of South Australia, and late of Normanville, in the said province, Contrac- tor, and now a prisoner in Her Majesty's Gaol at Ade- laide for debt, do hereby declare that I am unable to meet my engagements with my Creditors. Dated at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon, this thirteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.
Witness-J. EMERSON, a Practitioner of the Supreme
Court of South Australia.
Filed in Court this thirteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
di JOHN B. SPENCE, Official Assignee.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.-NOTICE
is hereby given that Mr. WILLIAM LISTON (at Mr.F. Wicksteed's) is duly authorized to RECEIVE and PAY all MONEYS due to or by the late firm of BARNARD & CROCKER.
LOUIS BARNARD. H. G. CROCKER.
December 13,1859. di
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. - CITY OF
Notice is hereby given that an ASSESSMENT of all Buildings, Tenements, and Hereditaments within the City has been made, asd allowed by the Cty Council, and that the same can be inspected at the Office of the Town Clerk, King William-street, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Ratepayers are informed that appeals against such assessment may be made to the Adelaide Local Court of Full Jurisdiction, to be held on the first Wednesday in January next.
By order of the City Council,
W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. City Council Office, December 7,1859. tsws4
AT a MEETING of the MITCHAM DISTRICT
COUNCIL, held at the Cremorne Hotel, Unley, December 10, it was resolved that the Chairman be re- quested to address the Ratepayers on behalf of the Council, repudiating the unfounded allegations circu- lated against them.
Unley, December 12,1859. To the Ratepayers of the Mitcham District.
Whereas it has been communicated to us from several ratepayers who attended the meeting held at Mitcham on the 8th instant, that they were induced to do so because they had been informed that the* Council in- tended proposing a rate of Is. 6d. in the pound. The Council hereby declare that they never contemplated soliciting a fraction more than Is. in the pound, as pro- vided by the Act. Therefore they have been most flag- rantly misrepresented by somo fabricator, and the same circulated with pugnacious industry.
Your Council consider the treatment received at the said meeting to be altogether unmerited, and regard its emanation from impotency and personal malice, when on the contrary gratitude for unexampled attention to your interests should have been our deserts, for the unrivalled management, as evinced by the works performed, and the economy, by the* reduction of the cost of management of our predecessors from 23J- per cent, to under 8 per cent, as at present. Your Council intend to continue in office and bid defiance to puerile combinations, unless charges detrimental to the interest of the district, of our acts, can be substantiated, which we challenge for proof, and invite the most searching in- vestigation.
The Council are of ojnnion, now that the streets of Unley have been metalled throughout, that it is not fair to the other townships, who are entitled to a similar share of the district funds, to neglect such rights by promoting a rate of 6d. in the pound, as was intended by those who have the roads made to their very doors ; but the Council, governed by the strictest rules of equity, will carry out their vie*« as heretofore.
With thanks to those respectable ratepayers who have appreciated our past services, and promised future
We have the honour to be, yours respectfully,
WILLIAM JONES, Chairman,
dxl On behalf of the Mitcham District Council.
THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL OF ST. PETER,
ADELAIDE.-The- ANNUAL RECITATIONS will be held at the School, on Thursday next, December 15, when the Report of the Examiners for the half year will be read, and Scholarships, Honors, and Prizes be
The Chair will be taken by the Lord Bishop, at 12 o'clock. Parents and those who take an interest in edu- cation are invited to attend.
G. W. HAWKES, Hon. Secretary. December 13, 1859. d2
ADELAIDE LODGE of MARK MASONS, No. 41.
-This Lodge having been constitutionally opened by virtue of a Charter granted by the Grand Master of England, the Right Hon. Lord Leigh, all Master Masons desirous of advancement aro requested to notify the same to either of the undersigned.
By order of the W.M.,
J. S. COPE, Secretary,
de H. AYLWIN, Registrar.
EXTRACOLONIAL CIRCULATION OF THE
"ADVERTISER" and " CHRONICLE."-These papers are now regularly transmitted to various placeB of public resort, as also to numerous private addresses in Great Britain and Ireland, India, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, the Australian Colonies, &c, &c, &c. Occa ional numbers will be forwarded speoially to any part of he world on receipt of order to that effect.
TRINITY-HOUSE.-SEALED TENDERS will be
received at the Trinity-House until Thursday, the 15th instant, from persons desirous of acting as LIGHT KEEPER to the LIGHT on the GLENELG JETTY, which will be exhibited periodically in each month. Fur- ther particulars to be obtained at the office between the hours of 10 and 4 o'clock, or by application to the Har-
The Board do not bind themselve to accept the lowest
or any tender.
fin w3 G. W. TINKLER, Secretary.
Colonial Architect's Office, Adelaide, Dee. 13,1859.
TENDERS for ADDITIONS and REPAIRS to
the TELEGRAPH STATION, LEFEVRE'3 PENINSULA, will be received until noon of the 19th
December, at this Office, where all particulars can be
N.B.-Neither the lowest nor any of the tenders will necessarily be accepted.
d2 E. A. HAMILTON, Colonial Architect.
Colonial Architect's Office, Adelaide, Dec. 13, 1859.
TENDERS (in terms of an advertisement in the
Government Gazette) for BUILDING a TELE- GRAPH STATION and POST-OFFICE, at STRATH- ALBYN, will be received until noon of 27th instant, at this Office, where all particulars cm be obtained.
N.B. -Neither the Jowest nor any of the tenders will necessarily be accepted.
d2xl E. A. HAMILTON, Colonial Architect.
Surveyor-General's Office, October 31, 1859.
"jVpOTICE is hereby given, that the lease of Waste LS Lands of the Crown, situate in the country explored by Mr. Parry (lot 89) advertised for sale by pnblic auc- tion, 24th November, 1859, has been withdrawn ; as also lot 97, east of Wellington, advertised for sale by public auction, 5th January, 1860.
A.AÍ. FREELING, Major R.E.,
Surveyor-General's Office, November 2, 1859.
NOTICE is- hereby given, that the following lease of
Waste Lands of the Crown, of which a plan may be seen at this Office, will be offered for sale at public auction, immediately after tho land sale, to be held at this Office, 5th January, 1860 :
Lot 100 ; 72 Square miles; Upset price, £36 ; Locality, North-west of Port Augusta; Lease expires, 1st January,
A. II. FREELING, Major R.E.,
Surveyor-General's Office, Adelaide, November 17,1859. NOTICE is hereby given, that the following annual
Leases of Waste Lands of the Crown, of which a plan may be seen at this office, will bo offered for sale at public auction, immediately after the Land Sale, to be held at this office, 22nd December, 1859 :
Lot 101. l8 square miles ; upset price, £9 ; locality, Hundred of Freeling; lease expires 30th June, 1860.
A. H. FREELING, Major, R.E.,
Surveyor-General's Office, Adelaide, Oct. 12, -1859.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the following Leases of
Waste Lands of the Crown, of which a plan may be seen at this office, will bo offered for sale at public auction, immediately after the Land Sale, to bo held at this Office, 15th December, 1859 :
Lot 94; 50 square miles; Upset price, £25; Locality, Country explored by Mr. Hack ; Lease expires, January
Lot 95 ; 8 square miles ; Upset price, £5 ; Locality, S.E. district ; Lease expires, January 1, 1866.
A. H. FREELING, Major R. E., Survey or- General.
BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.-Customers requiring
DRAFTS on LONDON for the December Mail, are requested to apply for the same not later than Friday, the 16th instant.
SAMUEL TOMKINSON, Manager. Adelaide, December 14, 1859. d3
THE NATÍOJN AL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA
Incorporated by Acts of Parliament.
BRANCHES of this BANK have been ESTA-
ROBE TOWN, Guichen Bay ;
R. G. PROLE, Manager. PENOLA ;
A. C. COLEMAN, Agent. MOUNT GAMBIER ;\
W. A. CROUCH, Agent.
FREDERICK WRIGHT, Manager. Adelaide, September 15, 1859. dxc
ATATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.
JJN (Incorporated by Acts ot Parliament.)
NOTICE.-Á Branch of this Bank will be opened in Gawler Townson Tuesday nexf, 6th inst., under the management of William Gray, Esq.
FREDE KL K WRIGHT, Mamger. Adelaide, December 1,1859. mwx*
RATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.-A limited _% number of SHARES are 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 AUSTRALASIA, fmxc CHAS. ROWLAND, King William-street.
Tenders and Contracts._
CITY OF ADELAID E.
The City Council will receive TENDERS until 2 o'clock of Monday, the 19th inst., for tho following
Contract No. 80-Building Walls of Culvert wear the
No. 81-Alterations to Footpath on the east side of Morphett-street.
Plans and specifications may be seen and particulars known at this office on and after Thursday next. The Council do not bind themsolves to accept tho lowest or
Bv order of the Council,
"W. R. COULTHARD, City Surveyor. City Surveyor's Office,
Dec. 13th, 1859. wfs3
PORT ADELAIDE CORPORATION.-TENDERS
will bo received at the Town Council Chambers, until noon of Thursday, 15th instant, for the CARÎAGE of 5,000 tons of SILT from the North-parade to St. Vin- cent-street, or to such other part of the Port as may be pointed out by the Public Works Committee.
Tenders are also invited up to the same period for the REMOVAL of from 20,000 to 50,000 tons of Silt to the
Minories and Leadenhall -street.
The silt will be landed at convenient places on the river bank above the Peninsula bridge, whence it can be removed, at the option of the contractor, either in drays or in railway trucks, for which purpose the railway plant in charge of the Harbor Trust has been placed at the disposal of the Corporation.
Separate specifications are-required for the removal of the silt by the methods indicated.
In the event of a contract being accepted for the removal of the silt in trucks, the contractor will have to bring the railway plant from the Government dock- yard to the other side of the river, to lay down the necessary lines of rail, and to return the plant to the dockyard on the completion of the contract at his own
Further particulars may be obtained at the office of
the Town Clerk.
By order of the Council,
W. H. HARRIS, Town Clerk. Council Chambers, Div^tt-street,
December 12, 1859. d4
WANTED, a SHOEING SMITH. Apply at the
Burra Copper Works, or at the office of the English arid Australian Copper Company, King William street, dxc
WANTED immediately, a HOUSE-PAINTER, who
can do plain graining, -&c. Apply to George Armfield, Painting Department, South Australian Railway Works.
N.B. None but steady men need apply. di
MINERS, MINERS, MINERS.
-WANTED, on the Gawler and Kapunda Exten- sion, 100 Miners, who understand blasting rock. Wages, 9s. per day, or piece work if proferí ed. Apply to Messrs. Berryman and líales, at Flinders-street, Adeiaide ; or Gawler Railway Station ; or on the line two miles south of Kapunda. d6xl
WANTED, by a person 20 years in the colony, and
who thoroughly understands German, a SITUATION as BOOKKEEPER, COUNTING HOUSE or COLLECTING CLERK, in a Merchant's, Auctioneers', or any other establishment, where his services might be available. Address H.S., care of Mr. Penney, 81, King William-street. ws2
'ANTED, a SITUATION as Attendant upon a
Lady or Family proceeding to England, by a young married woman, with excellent recommendation. Address L. S., Post ffice, North Adela'de. d3
WANTED, a Two-Horse Power STEAM ENGINE
(direct action preferred), with or without boiler. Address M. P., Advertiser Office. d2
HIVES OF BEES WANTED-Wauted, a few
HIVES of LIVELY BEES, for shipment.
E. G. COLLINSON.
d3 Prince's Wharf, Port Adelaide
GA Z O G E N E S.-WANTED, a GAZOGENE,
capable of holding at least half-a-gallon of Aerated Water. Address, with price, to C. V., office of this paper. de
Land and House Property.
TO be LET, for a term of years* a Good DAIRY
STATION, situated on the Onkaparinga, l8 mile3 from Adelaide, consisting of 772 Acres of Land, 400 of which are fenced, and about 30 in Cultivation, exclusive of a Vineyard in full bearing, which occupies four acres ; also, a Garden. There is also 30 acres of Rich Gully Land, admirably suited for potatoes.
There is an Extensive Back Run.
Stock, Implements, &c, aro to bo taken at a valua-
Terms very low.
Apply by letter, addressed to A. R., office of this
Further particulars will be furnished if required.
rpO be SOLD or LET, with or without right of X Purchase, a Four-roomed COTTAGE, known as Cheltenham Cottage, South-terrace, finished in a first rate style. Possession can be had at Christmas. Apply to Mr. Hosking; or Mr. Dempster, on the premises.
SPRINGFIELD, NEAR MITCHAM.
TO BE SOLD OR LET.
This desirable property, comprising 60 acres of valuable Land, together with the residence built by C. B. Newen- ham, Esq. There are capital stone-built Stables, Coach-house, and other outbuildings, productive Garden, and good water.
The property is approached from the entrance lodge by a well laid out carriage drive. For particulars, apply to Arthur Hardy, lisq., solicitor, King William street, or to the undersigned.
mwfb ALFRED HARDY.
FOR SALE, an ALLOTMENT of LAND, 54 feet by
90, front street, KAPUNDA. Apply to
de T. ORCHARD.
TO be LET, the STORE adjoining Messrs. Ripley,
Webb, & Co.'s, in Grenfell-street. Apply to Mr. Henry Ayers, Rundle-street. de
rpO be LET.-A NINE STALL STABLE, with X every convenience, at the Sir John Barleycorn,
corn, on moderate terms. de
MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE, at £10 per
cent, per anniun.
Money to Lend on deposit of Title Deeds.
J. ELDIN MOULDEN, Solicitor,
dxc 68, King William-street.
MONEY TO LEND on approved FREEHOLD
dxc BARTLEY & BAKEWELL.
TlATONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE, at £10 pe
FENN & WEARING, Solicitors,
de Exchange Chambers.
WOOL PURCHASED or ADVANCED ON.
JOSEPH STILLING & CO.
1TTOOL.-The undersigned is a Purchaser of Wool, Y Y or will Advance on Consignments to his friends in London, Bradford, or Melbourne.
Green's Exchange. fmwc
W'OOL.- The undersigned either purchaso or advpn
W. PEACOCK & SON.
Grenfell-street, 1858. dxc
T«0 BUTCHERS and Others.-Highest price givo L Greasy "Wool
Sheepskins Hides Tallow
W. PEACOCK li SON. Qrenfall-street. " dxo
. Insurance Companies.
HURCH OF ENGLAND LIFE ASSURANCE
FRANCIS S. DUTTON, Agent,
Rundle-place. de Government Bonds purchased.
LAUNCESTON FIRE AND MARINE IXSUliAN
John Thompson, Esq. W. Guiduer S.iias, Esq. John Fawns, Biq. R. C. Gunn, Eáq. teorice Fisher, *£-,,(
SIÎCIKIAKÏ- A. .' Marriott.
Vütmts at.Uolbuumt,-Fallenscwn & .Mclíijcnney.
'* Sydney -Messrs. Mollison & Black.
Suitvi'.YO't-Mr. James Macgeorge.
Captain H. D. Dale, Port Adelaide. Port Agent-Mr. Alfred France.
i Particulars of Bates of Fire and Marine Insurance ca . oe obtained at the office of the undersigned.
Annual Policies expire : -1st January, 1st April, 1st July, 1st October.
FREDERICK FISHER, Agent. Offices-Gilbert-place.
N.B.-The Old Scale of Fire Rates adhered
CORNWALL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
James Aikenhead, Esq., Secretary.
SUB-ASENTS POR RECEIPT OF FIRS AND MAUIÎ'fl
John Newman ; Cleland, Page & Co. Por** W. B. Lucas, Kapunda.
S. Drew & Co., Kooringa. Goode & Allen, Goolwa
William Gray, Port Onkaparinga and the Neighbou
Frank Wilkinson, Gawler Town. Percival Warburton, Angaston.
ENGINEERS-Pappin & Jones, Blyth-streot.
.Annual Fire Policies expire 1st January, 1st April, 1 ? July, 1st October.
ABRAHAM SCOTT, Acenttot South Australia,
AGLE and ALBION LIFE INSURANCE COM.
PANY. Established A.D. 1807.
MEDICAL REFEREES :
F. C. Bayer, Esq., M.D. i Wm. Gosse, Esq., M.B, Agent for South Australia,
ABRAHAM SCOTT. P tl'-streei rothxc
LLIANCE BRITISH AND FOREIGN LIFE
¡AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. (Established by Act of Parliament, 1824.)
Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart, F. R.S.
James Alexander, Esq. William Gladstone, Esq.
Charles Geo. Barnett, Esq. Samuel Gurney, Esq., M.P. Geo. Henry Barnett, Esq. James Helme, Esq. Charles Buxton, Esq., M P. John Irving, Esq.
Sir George Carroll Sampson Lucas, Esq.
Benjamin Cohen, Esq. Elliot MacNaughten, Esq. James Fletcher, Esq. Thomas Masterman, Esq.
Charles Gibbes. Esq. J. Mayer Montefiore, Esq. SirA.N.De Rothschild, Bart. Oswald Smith, Esq.
Baron L. N. De Rothschild, Thos. Charles Smith, Esq.
The undersigned having been appointed Agents for the above Company, aro prepared to undertake risks in both Life and Fire departments at current rates in the
Losse3 by fire paid at this branch.
Prospectuses can bo had on application to the under-
HENRIQUE3 & CO., Agents, Cuvrie-rtvet. Adelaide, October 5, 1859. fanv2
AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVID EN I' SOCIETY
Principal Office, Hunter-street, Sydney.
BOBERT THOMSON, Actuary.
COMPARATIVE VIEW of BONUSES accruing to a
Policy of Life Assurance of £500, if effected at the age of 40, in différent Offices :
Name of Office.
An English Proprietary
Company . Scottish " Widows'
£16 7 1
£50 IS 8 Fund" (Mutual As- surance) Society .» Australian Mutual
16 li 3
70 0 0
Provident Society ...
16 2 1
81 13 1
It will thus be seen that the profit to the Assured in this Society is MORE THAN THREE TIMES tliat of a first, class Proprietary Office, and NEARLY TWICE that of ona ol tho most successful of all European Mutual OJiccs.
Medical Referee :
WM. GOSSE, M.D.
Agent for South Australia ;
dxq PADMAN & CO.
MARINE INSURANCE.-ADELAIDE LLOYDS
ASSOCIATION of UNDERWRITERS.-Tho undersigned take Marino Risks and i=smo policies imme diately on acceptance of the same.
CLAIMS FOR LOSSES
on policies issued for the Association will bo promptly settled, without reference out of the colony.
COWIE & ASPINWALL, Brokers. - Grenfell-street, December 80,1357.
TMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY (Insti X tuted 1803), 1, Old Broad-street, and 16, Pall Mall London. Subscribed and Invested Capital, One Miliit.r
Six Hundred Thousand Pounds.
Insurance on MILLS effected at ourrent rates.
Insurances effeoted on Vessels and Cargoes in. Harbour. All Claims are settled in Adelaide on proof of loss.
A. J. WRIGHT, Agent.
Exchange Chambers, "King William, jtreot, Adelaide, Engine-house, Hindmirsh-^quare. >