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«TEAM TO MELBOURNE. --ïhe
splendid and powerful screw steain
674 tons, T. H. Trapp, commander, will be dispatched from Port Adelaide on Tuesday, 26th instant.
This fine steamer was built by Scott Russell for tha North of Europe Company, and has boen pronounced one of the strongest iron ships ever launched. Her pas- senger accommodations are unequalled.
Passengers to go down by the half-past 3 o'clock train. For freight or passage, apply to
R. & R. MAIN, Port,
ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO., do Currie-street.
tM TO MELBOURNE.
1,000 tons, Al at Lloyds, Captain John McLean, will positively sail on Thursday next, the 28th inst.
J. NEWMAN & SON, Port.
de J. DARWENT, Grenfell-streel.
1 TEAM TO PORT AUGUSTA DIRECT.
MAID OF THE YARRA,
Captain Ashton, will sail To-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 p.m.
R. & R. MAIN, Port,
de J. DARWENT, Gronfell-street.
(TEAMERTO AND FROM GUICHEN
BAY.-During the following months
will sail every alternate week only, viz. :
FROM PORT ADELAIDE
1 o'clock p.m.
Tuesday, July 3, 17, 31
" August 14, 28
FROM GUICHEN BAY.
3 o'clock p.m. Friday, June 22
" July 6, 20 ¡
,, August 3,17, 31 j
WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, JFN., & CO., mtxo Town and Port.
*OR THE UPPER MURRAY (delivering
cargo at any intermediate ¡station.-The í well-known powerful steamer
Will be dispatched from Port Adelaide on Tuesday
afternoon, 28th inst.
For freight or passage, apply to
de W. YOUNGHUSBAND, JUN., & CO.,
10R LONDON.-FEBRUARY WOOL
SALES-.-The A1 clipper ship
1,132 tons register, Captain Lawrence, will be dis- patched on or before 31st October, so as to be in time for the February Wool Sales.
thftw4x3 JOSEPH STILLING & CO., Agents.
10R FREIGHT or CHARTER toanyPoit _ in New Zealand, a splendid fiist-class Al barque of 600 tons ; her 'tween decks being very roomy aud spacious, offer a most desirable opportunity to shippers of horses, sheep, or cattle.
Early application necessary.
MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.,
June 21,1860. fsw4xl
'ANTED TO CHARTER, asmaitAl
Ship of about 400 to 450 tons burthen to proceed from Port Adelaide to Port Augusta ; there to load and sail early in No- vember for London.
d3xl JOSEPH STILLING & CO.
¿^bfe. AJOTICE TO PASSENGERS F< Tnlnj^1 -IN SYD NEY.-The brig
will leave the wharf at noon This Day, (Monday).
FREDERICK FISHER, Gilbert-place ; o di THOS. E. BURY, Exchange-colonnade.
HELENA, from London.-This vessel having arrived,
CONSIGNEES are requested to PASS ENTRIES for their goods in accordance with the regulations. Any damage must be pointed out to the Captain previous to goods being removed from the whaif.
PHILIP LEVI & CO., Agents.
Adelaide, June 23,1860. d3
NOTICE.-CAPTAIN SELLMAN, of the
HELENA, will NOT be ANSWKRABLE for any DEBTS contracted by the crew of that vessel.
PHILIP LEVI &CO., Agents. Adelaide, June 22,1860. d3
BRANDY, U.V.C. and C.V.C. WHISKEY, LL.
WINES, Port, in various qualities
Carriages and Gigs
Pianos, Kirkman & Sons' French Baskets
Printed Boo s
Sterescopic Views India Matting,
de R. B. LUCAS & CO.
NOTICE TO PUBLICAN S.
BASS'S No. 3 ALE, New Brew, in Hhds. and
TAYLOR'S, WALKER'S & TRUMAN'S XX
Now ready for delivery, in the best possible condition.
Also, a large assortment of WINES and SPIRITS in bulk and case, duty paid and in bond.
BYASS'S PORTER and ALE, New Brand.
I. S. HENRY.
Eng William-street, June 22, 1860. de
ARAFFIN and KEROSENE OILS, of the best
quality, on Sale by
de BROWN & ISBISTER, Currie-street.
TEAS.-Congou, Orango Pekoe, Scented Orange,
Caper, in chests, half-chests, and boxes, ex Isle of France, Osprey, Sea Witch, Clara Novello, Migrator,
Sugar-Mauritius assorted, dark and light, Java Coffee-Java Plantation, old Java, in small mats
Rice-Patna, in small bags, Java, superior and
Soap -Sydney, Imperial, and Pale
Candles, Oatmeal, Hops, Arrowroot, Maccaroni fiances, Starch, Mustard, Sago, Soda Crystals
White Lead, Revalenta Arabica, Blacking, Pitch,
Pianos, very superior quality, 7 octaves, 3 strings Cedar in logs, Window-Sashes, Pig Iron
Brandy-Dumas old, Barnard, Champagne V.C.,
U.V.C., C.V.C, bulk and case, dark and pale
Rum-W.I., W.J., hhds., qr. -casks, 30 o.p., superior
Gin-Booth, bulk and case, Geneva
Whisky - Stewart's, bulk and case, Mackenzie's,
8herry, Port Wine, in hhds. and qr,-casks
Claret, Liqueurs, Seltzerwater, Sparkling Hock Moaelle, Champagne
Ginger Wjne-Stewart's, Thompson's Ginger Brandy, Bitters-Booekamp
Cigars-Manila, Havana. Velvets, Ribbons, &c. Ale and Porter-Byass'B, quarts and pints,
wso MARTIN, GAEDECHENS. & CO.
Booth's Old Tom, in case Barley, Peas, Groats, &c.
mwf7 C. JACOBS, Currie-street.
EX NORDEN and HERZOG PAUL
Choice Sample CONGOU TEA
Currants in boxes and barrels, new fruit Packages of Winter Drapery Plain do.
'Blankets, white and colored
Slops and Ready-made Clothing,
&c, &c, &c.
do BURNETT NATHAN, Hindley-street.
JUST ARRIVED, ex Bielefield, a superior and choice selection of PAPERHANGINGS, the largest and cheapest Stock in Town ; also, on Sale, Pumps of every description, White Lead, Paints, Oils, &c,, at
Successor to S. R. Hall.
ZINC. ZINC. ZINC
JUST LANDED, a large quantity of the above, Nos. 9,10,11, and 12.
PUMPS of all descriptions, Lead Pipe of all sizes, Sheet Lead, White Lead, Raw and Boiled Oil, Varnishes and Colors of all descriptions, at reduced prices at
dq HALL & CO.'S, Hindley-street.
ALS. COALS. COAL S. English House Coal
New South Wales do. do.
Tanfield Moor (Smiths') do.
THOMAS E. BURY.Ç
EXTRACOLONIAL CIRCULATION OF THE
"ADVERTI8ER" and " CHRONICLE."-These papers are now regularly transmitted to various places of public resort, as also to numerous private addresses in Great Britain and Ireland, India, Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, the Australian Colonies, Ac., Sus., &c. Occa ional numbers will be forwarded specially to any part of he world on receipt of order to that effect.
JOB PRINTING.-Every description of Plain and
Ornamental Printing executed with economy, ocuracy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, GrenMl-street. Orders may alsc be lett-at the Branch Office, Platts's, corner of Kin? William and Hindley streets.
BUSINESS FOR SALE.-To he Sold, with imme-
diate possession, the STOCK-IN-TRADE, LEASE, GOODWILL, aud FIXTURES of a GENERAL and FANCY STORE, doing a good business ina thriving J locality, a few miles from, and easy of access by railway
Several considerable inducements are offered, which | renders this an excellent opportunity for any person wishing to invest their capital in a paying business.
The present proprietor is leaving, having accepted an | engagement in the country.
For further particulais, address to " Store," cate of Mr. C. Rowland, King William-street. dxc
GEORGE WHITE, TAILOR, HABIT-MAKER
. and GENTLEMEN'S MERCER, bega to inform I his customers and the public in general that he has re-
ceived a FIRST-CLASS STOCK of WINTER GOODS, ex Indus, Norden, and Havilah, which is now opened. I and ready for inspection at his Establishment King
NO MORE CANDLES.-THE NEW AMERICAN
KEROSINE LAMP yields a white light equal ' to the purest Gas, at half the cost of candles, without I smell or smoke, requires no trimming for several days, I and is not liable to get out of order.
Just unpacked, a large assortment of the abo , all i new and beautiful patterns, at
W. C. BUIK'S
Oil and Lamp Warehouse,
ft* 47, Rundle-^reet.
THE NEW PETROLENE LAMPS.-Each Lamp
. yields a light equal to three candles, afc one farthing per hour. A fresh supply of tho above justre [ ceived, at
W. C. BUIK'S
Oil and Lamp Warehouse,
ft* 47, Bundle-street.
AUSTRALASIAN GUANO COMPANY.»
GUANO-£7 5s. per ton, in bags delivered at the
£7 10s. per ton delivered in Adelaide.
The undersigned beg to inform the Farmers and Gar- deners of South Australia, that they have appointed Mr. ABRAHAM SCOTT, of ADELAIDE, as then- Agent, I and that it will facilitate their arrangements and secure
| delivery at the desired period, if orders for Guano are
sent in without delay.
The Guano which they offer is taken from the deposit I recently discovered on Flat Mand (from its approaches,
commonly called Mud Island), Port Phillip Bay, and the analysis of the same, carefully made by Dr. "Maca ! dam, Government Analytical Chemist, proves that it
ranks very high as a permanent fertilizing Phosphatic Guano, containing, besides other valuable component parts, ten per cent, of phosphates of lime and magnesia (bone earth) more than the best specimens of Peruvian.
The celebrated Agricultural Chemist, Baron Liebig, has demonstrated that Phosphatic Guanos as fertilizers, ! deserve a preference to the stimulating and exhausting properties of those Guanos which are surcharged with ammoniacal matter, and has given a lucid scientific explanation of tho experience which practical farmers I have often made.
" Guano acts as a source of ammonia, but its ellie value depends undoubtedly on the phosphates it con- tains." ("Liebig's Elements of Chemistry," 8vo. ed., page 313.)
"But at the same time it is of great importance for agriculture to know with certainty that the supply o ' ammonia is unnecessary' for most of our cultivated plants, and that it may be even ' superfluous' if only the soil contain a sufficient supply of mineral food of plan s, 1 when Ihe ammonia required for their development will
be furnished by the atmosphere." - Liebig's Chemistry in its application to Agriculture, &c, fourth edition, pnge 212.
The Guauo of Flat Islind having thus, upon scientific authority, which is universally recognised as the highest existing, been shown to be of greater value than three times as expensive Guanos, will prove to be peculiarly well suited to the soils and climate of this country ;
and, although this is the first season in which it comes j iu tho market, trials which have been made by farmers and gardeners of well-known standing, respectability,
and experience in the colony, turn out extremely satis-1 factory, and their testimonials establish the fact that this Guano proves equal, and in some instances superior to Peruvian. At the vory moderate price at which it is offered, it is well deserving extensive adoption hy every
intelligent, economical, and enterprising farmer, who | must thereby realise tho most advantageous results.
ASKUNAS & CO.,
5S, William-street, Melbourne. [From the Argus Agricultural Report, May li.]
"As far as it has been yet tried, the colonial Guano,
from tho island within our own Bay, is giving graat |
satisfaction, both to Gardeners and Farmers. Amongst others, it has been purchased by Messrs. J. C. Cochrane and William Dewar, and applied to fields of oats, with the view of testing its value. The first-named gentle-
man used 2 cwt. to the acre, and sowed it alongside of I Peruvian Guano, which was applied in the proportion of
lj cwt. to the acre, in order to test their relative merits [ under similar circumstances, although, to give the colo- , nial Guano fair play, it should have been applied in the I proportion of three to one of the Peruvian, for such is the difference in price, whatever may be the relative value. However, as far as the experiment has yet gone,
Mr. Cochrane testifies that the portion of the field I manured with the colonial is fully equal to tho part
dressed with the Peruvian Guano. Mr. Dewar does not | state the exact quantity applied to each acre by him, but is perfectly satisfied with the effects, which he de-
clares to be greater andmore apparent,even at this early I sfcige of the crop, than any he ever witnessed from the Peruvian Guano, which ho formerly used. As far as his field of oats can bo seen, the difference between the
manured and unmanured portions is quite apparent in j the greater luxuriance and moro vivid green of the former. From the representations of these two gentle- men, whose opinions on such a subject are not likely to bo given rashly, many moro farmers have become pur- chasers, and this season, for the first time, a manure so long lying useless at our very doors will bo rather exten-
sively tried, and we have little doubt will he found of I almost equal value to both the gardener and farmer with ! the guano brought from such, a distanco, and sold at so much higher a price." dx*
AUSTRALASIAN GUANO COMPANY.- )
The undersigned having been APPOINTED j AGENT for the above Company, is prepared to SELL their FLAT ISLAND GUANO, delivered at Adelaide, at £7 10s. per ton ; at Port Adelaide, £7 5s.
For Samples, Analyses, and further information,
ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street ;
CLELAND, PAGE, & Co., Port Adelaide DUFFIELD & TURNER, Gawler Town
NICHOLLS BROTHERS, Uplands Rhynie THOMAS GOOD, Mount Barker GEORGE MCEWIN, Glen Ewin
JOHN CUMMING, Morphett Vale
W. B. LUCAS, Kapunda ' S. DREW & Co., Kooringa D. MOFFAT, Woodside .
MOFFAT t CLP.ZY, Nairne GOODE & ALLEN, Goolwa
HIPWELL & MCDONALD, Lyndoch GEORGE CARRUTHERS. Yankalilla HENRY SCHROEDER, Tanunda
WILLIAM STANGER, Gumeracha. dxq
THE DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT. - As the
Debates in Parliament are matters of tlu> deepest interest to every colonist, tho public are informed that the fullest and most accurate reports published in t is colony are to bo found in the columns of the Sotith Australian Advertiser and the Weekly Chronicle. Elec- tors who wish to note the proceedings of their represen- tatives are advised to consult the [columns of either of the above papers.
THE MERCANTILE Classes, and all other persons
having occasion to use the Newspaper Press as a medium of BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS, ara respect- fully invited to examine the subjoined exceedingly moderate scale of charges and discounts in
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER.
The increasing popularity of this journal with the commercial public ensures to advertisers a numerous and influential circle of readers. The Advertiser is to be found in every place of public resort, and its sub- scription list includes the names of most of the trading community. As an organ of public information it-i$,pot to be excelled in the colony.
SCALE OF CHARGES EACH INSERTION. Two lines . One Shilling
Three lines . One and Fouipence Four lines ... > ... One and Sixpence
Five lines . One and Nineponce 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 WEEKIIY CHRONICLE is now recognised through- out the country districts as one of the moBt important advertising mediums. The most cursory glance at the advertisements of the Chronicle will convince of the truth of this statement. Country Storekeepers, auc- tioneers, farmers, stockbreeders, and others, will effect a great saving by availing themselves of this channel of information. To Horticultural and Agricultural Socie- ties, Sporting Committees, and others requiring long announcements, the reduction will be of considerable im- portance. District Councils, and all others required by law to advertise notices of their intended proceedings, will also effect material saving by availing themselves of the W EKKLY* CHRONICLE.
CHAROS FOR ONE INSERTION.
SIXPENCE per line for the first Six Line«, Fourjwice per line afterwards.
Liberal Discounts for numerous insertions.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-No advertisement of less value than two shillings can be booked; that amount will therefore be charged on all small advertisements, unless paid for at the time of the order being given. It is par- ticularly requested that advertisements be ordered for a specific time, as otherwise they will be continued until countermanded, and be charged for accordingly. All ordeis to countermand must be in writing ; verbal in-
structions cannot be received.
A dvertiter and Chronicle Offices, Grenfell-street. June,1860.
MRS. NASH, DYER, and STRAW BONNET
MAKER. Silks, Feathers, Hats, &c, DYED and ALTERED. Grenfell-street, near the Sturt Hotel
MR* W. S. WHITINGTON takes this opportunity,
of informing his friends and the public that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS as COMMISSION MERCHANT, LAND and MINING AGENT, and beg3 to assure parties that any transactions entrusted to his care will be conducted with prompt attention and the strictest integrity. W. S. W. trusts that his 20 years' experience in colonial mercantile affairs will ensure him the support of the public, and solicits a portion of their patronage.
Offices-Neales's Exchange Buildings, King William street. . wx3
WS. W H »I T I N G T O N,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
LAND and MINING AGENT,
Neales's Exchange Builings, King William-street. _wx3
ALLSOPP'S No. 3 ALE
NEXT OCTOBER BREWING. NOTICE TO PURCHASERS.
MESSRS. ALLSOPP & SONS, Burton-on-Trent, are now prepared to register orders for next Season's Brewings of the above Ales, and they respectfully invite their friends and consumers generally in the Australia« colonies to transmit their orders early to their several Correspondents and Agents in England.
Brewery, Burton-on-Trent, March, I860. mwfc
AGAIN EVERY PRIZE was awarded by the Judges
of the Adelaide Agricultural Society tlus year, 1859, at the Great Champion Trial of Farm Implements, to MESSRS. TUXFORD, Importers, North-terrace, and Grote and Gouger streets, Adelaide, for AGRICUL- TURAL MACHINERY, tested, exhibited, and im- ported by
MESSRS. TUXFORD, Importers,
Prize Agricultural Implement Establishments,
North-terrace, and Grote and Gougor-streets, tthsxc Adelaide.
USTRALIAN AGENCY OFFICE
LAND, LOAN, ANJ> COMMISSION AGENT,
16, CORNHILL, LONDON.
MONEYS received audTREMITTED for INVEST-
MENT in South Australia.
NTERESTS and RENTALS accruing in the Colony
COLLECTED and PAID in England.
AUSTRALIAN DEBENTURES, or MINING and
other SHARES, Sold or Purchased.
LAND and other PROPERTIES VALUED or SOLD. INFORMATION relative to LANDED and other
MAPS, PLANS, DIRECTORIES, &c. (Australian),
GREEN AND WADHAM,
EXCHANGE LAND MART,
KING WILLIAM-STREET. wqx3 R~E A D F~~0~R THE BUSH.
BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER
Recommended by the Queen's Private Baker, and used in the 4rmy and Navy, is the only effectiye substitute for yeast. The most inexperienced may, hy its aid, convert Flour into light Cakes in a few minutes. It saves at least half the usual quantity of Eggs and Butter in Paddings and Pastry, rendering them wholesome and delicious. It will keep for years.
No Settler should be without a good supply.
Sold by all respectable Storekeepers in the colony, in id., 2d., 4d., and 6d. Packets ; and Is. 2s. 6d., and 5s. Tins. Wholesale by
GEORGE BORWICK, London Wall, London.
And all Shippers.
*,,* Beware of imitations. mc
CHILDREN'S WORM TABLETS (Keating's).
The recent discovery of an unfailing remedy for Worm Disorders in Children and Adults, has now been concentrated in the form of a purely Vegetable
The Tablet is eagerly taken by children, and one to three given twice or'thrico a week, will effect a safe and
Sold in Tins, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, &c, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, E.C., and retail by the agents for Keating's Cough Lozenges.
Observe-The words " KEATING'S WORM TAB- LETS," are ongraren on the Government stamp on each tin. without which none are genuino.
AGENT IN ADELAIDE
thl2_MR. JAMES ALLEN, Chemist.
KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES
-JUDGED by the IMMENSE DEMAND, this UNIVERSAL REMEDY now stands the first in public favor and confidence ; this result has been acquired by the test of 50 years' experience. These Lozenges may be found on sale in every British colony, and throughout India and China they have boen highly este - mod where over introduced. For COUGHS, ASTHMA, and all affections of the Throat and Chest, they aro the most agreeable and efficacious remedy.
Prepared and Sold in Boxes and Tins of various sizes by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, &c, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Sold Retail by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Vendors in the world.
N.B.-To prevent spurious imitations, please to ob- serve that the words "KEATING'S COUGH LOZEN- GES" are engraven on the Government stamp of each box, without which none are genuine.
AGENT IN ADELAIDE
w12_MR. JAMES ALLEN, Chemist.
PUDDINGS AT HALF-PRICE ¡-The valuable and
economical properties of HARPER TWELVE- TREES* BAKING and PASTRY POWDER exceeds all belief. The great saving of flour astonishes all who have used it, and the size of tho Puddings will be increased NEARLY ONE-HALF. Try a single
Packet, and be convinced.
PURE, WHOLESOME, AND DIGESTIBLE
may,also be made WITHOUT YEAST ; and Cakes, Buns, and Plum Puddings without Eggs or Butter. A Penny Packet is equal to nine eggs. Don't be put off
with inferior imitations.
Pateutee - HARPER TWELVETREES. " The
Woiks," Bromley, by Bow, London. ]
Sold by all Grocers and Druggists. Wholesale Agents for South Australia, G. A. & H. BARTLEET, Mer chanst, Adelaide. mthxc
VINES, VINE-CUTTINGS, FRUIT-TREES,
EVANDALE NURSERIrS. near ANGASTON, South
10,000 very fine Fruit-Trees, of the best sorts ; 10,000 Ornamental Trees. Shrubs, and Roses; and a few hundred thousand Vines-will be sold at very reduced
Parties dealing in trees will be liberally dealt with ; but the establishment, in order to avoid mistakes, will have no accredited agents this season.
J. F. WOOD, F.H.S.,.requests that his customers and intending purchasers will address their orders to him a^the Nurseries as above.
P.S.-Vine Cuttings of the best Wins and Table Grapas in any, quantity. Priced Catalogues for 1850 may be had on application.
The Nurseries are seven miles from Angaston, on a
Parbels of Trees will be delivered freo at the nearest railway, and plants added to help defray further car- riage^_ wx8 .
CURE FOR "BAD TEMPERS."-HARPER
. j TWELVETREES' SOAP POWDER is the Cheapest, Easiest, and most Efficacious Washing Prepa ration|ever invented. A penny Packet is equal to ten pennyworth of soap, and a week's wash may be done in a few hours. It saves at least 50 per cent, in its use, besides all the wear and tear from the usual method of hand-rubbing aud brushing, and is less injurious to the fabric jthan the best soap. You may use it for washing Anything and Everything.
Sold, by all Grocers and Druggists. Wholesale Agents for South Australia, G. A. & H. BARTLEET, Mer- chants, Adelaide. -. mthxc
Books', stationery, &c.
STATIONER AND TOBACCO N^T.
J. KEMP PEN NEY, /
32, Hindley-street, opposite the Eagle Tavern, de
ES. WIGG has just completed the ENLARGE
. ¡MENT of his SHOP, and has furnished the newSnelveswithaNEW and CHOICE «SELECTION of BOOKS, comprising
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 younfe for Prizes, Gift Booka
also some splendidly Illustrated for the Drawing Room, &c.
Also, 1 case French Works, in French. I Thewhole altogether forming the best selection E. S. Wigg has ever had to offer in the colony.
From Reeves & Sons-Drawing Materials, Drawing
Books, Lithographs, &c., kc, ; a large assortment of Mathematical Instruments, from 5s. to 12 guineas.
Note Papers, Letter Papers, Foolscaps, Envelopes,
Morell's Registration Steel Pen and Office Inks,
dx« E. S. WIGG. 12, Rundle-street.
QY' MUCH PUFFING PRETENCE -STATE
MKNT OF FACTS, ita, &c, ALL NONSENSE -The public are requested to call and participate in the real facilities offered by the Proprietor of 53, Hindley street, on all purchases of Books, whether of Is. or £10 sterling.
^ W. C. RIGBY,
I Direct Importer, and No Middleman.
Books, Stationery, &c.
THE "NORTHERN STAR" of June 23 contains
FULL REPORT of the GREAT FIGHT between TOM SAYERS and HEENAN. To be had at RIGBY'S, Hindley-street, on Monday. d2
HE NORTHERN STAR
to be had at
s RIGBY'S, 53, Hindley-street.
Just Published, demy 12mo., price 2s. 6d., uniform
with Routledge's Standard Works,
COLONIAL PEN SCRATCHINGS or SKETCHES
of AUSTRALIAN LIFE, by LITTLE JACOB. Waddy, Mount Barker ; Hillier, Adelaide ; and all booksellers. dl2xc
FROM "BELL'S LIFE,'
The Great CHAMPION FIGHT between
AMERICAN BENICIA BOY,
price Sixpence, to be had of all Booksellers. de
THATCHER'S COLONIAL SONG BOOK.-The
three parts, usually sold for 4s. 6d., now bound up n one volume for EIGHTEENPENCE; to be had of all i Booksellers. do
NEW BOOKS, NEW EDITIONS, and NEW
SUPPLIES, Just Landed, and ON SALE by the undersigned
Illustrated London News, vol. 35. Chambers' Journal, vol. 12. Once a Week, vol. 1.
All the Year Round, vol. 1. Cassell'» Paper, vol. 4.
Welcome Guest, 1858-'9. Family Treasury, vol. 2. Leisure Hour, 1859.
Family Economist, 1860.
Thackeray's Newcomes and other Works Thomson's Story of New Zealand. Hughes's Boscobal Tracts.
Masson's Life of Milton, vol. 1. Russell's Diary in India,
Memoir of Sir Robert Peel.
Yonge's Life of the Duke of Wellington.
Life and Letters of Schkiermacher.
' of Schiller, by Palleske.
|of Dr. Arnold,
and Time3 of Charles Kean,
of General Sir Charles Napier.
Foster's Historical and Biogr iphical Essays. Eagle's Essays from Blackwood. Essays by S. Brimley.
B. Payne, Biographical, Critical, &c.
The Fool of Quality, preface by Rev. C. Kingsley. Kiugsley's Two Years Ago and other Works. Memoir of John Angel James.
Shadwell on St. Matthew.
Goodwin on the Gospel of St. Mark.
Baldwin Brown's Divine Life of Man. Whately's Edition of Bacon's Essays.
Whately's Paley's Evidences of Christianity.
Whately's Essays on some of the Difficulties of the
Writings of St. Paul.
Boswell's Life of Johnson, by Croker. Farrar's Science in Theory.
Bateman's Life of Bishop Wilson.
. Keith on the Evidence of Prophecy.
Blunt's The Church in the first Three Centuries. Blunt on the Early Fathers.
Mills' (J. S.) Political Economy.
Taylor's Physical Theory of Another Life and other
Trench on Parables and Miracles.
Bishops, Hall and Leighton's Works. Hardwick's Christ and other Martyrs.
Vaughan on the Epistle of the Romans. Mozley on Bipfcismal Regeneration.
Mozley's Augustinian Doctrine of Predestination. Pusey on the Real Presence.
W. C. RIGBY, Importer, 53, Hindley-street.
ROMAN CATHOLIC PRAYER-BOOKS. - The
largest and most varied assortment ever seen in the colony, in every style and size, and at all prices ; also an assortment of Story Books.
Importer Roman Catholic Publications,
FAMILIAR IN THEIR MOUTHS AS HOUSE-
HOLD WORDS.-RIGBY, Direct Importer of Books, Stationery, English Newspapers, Magazinea, Sic, and NO MIDDLEMAN.
N.B.-Melbourne, Sydney, and London Correspon-
ON SALE at PLATTS'S, a Choice Assortment of
STATIONERY and FANCY BOOKS, viz : Note Paper Perforated Cards with Tinted do. Centres for Needlework Fancy do., great nriety Camel-hair Pencils
Envelopes Do. do., in flat tin
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The chair will be taken by the Bishop of Adelaide at half-past 3 precisely.
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REAL PROPERTY ACT COMMEMORATION.
The supporters of the Real Property Act feel that a General Demonstration in favor of that measure would be opportune at this juncture, especially as affording Mr. Torrens an opportunity of stating the result of two years' experience in the working of that measure, and giving a public explanation of the points in which its provisions are proposed to be modified by the Bill now before the House ; it is, therefore, deter- mined that a PUBLIC DINNER shall be held for that
At WHITE'S ROOMS,
On THURSDAY, the 5th JULY, at 6 p.m.
The following gentlemen have been appointed to act
on the Committee :
Hon. Major O'Halloran His Worship the Mayor Hon. S. Davenport Kensington and Nor Hon. George Hall wood
Hon. C. Davies W. H. Burford, Esq., Hon. Dr. Everard L. Scammell, Esq. Hon. G. F. Angas E. J. Peake, Esq. Hon. W. Younghusband T. Young, Esq.
Hon. G. Tinline F. H. Faulding, Esq. Hon. G. M. Waterhouse W. Letchford, Esq.
Hon. Thos. Reynolds P. D. Prankerd, E3q. Hon. Alex. Hay John H. Clark, Esq. W. Milne, Esq, M.P. E. Solomon, Esq.
W. J. Browne, Esq., M.P. J. M. Solomon, Esq. W. Townsend, Esq.. M.P. T. Hogarth, Esq., N. Blyth, Esq., M,P. R. Smith, Esq. W. M. Lennon, Esq., M.P. J. T. Bee, Esq.
F. S, Dutton, Esq., M.P. R. Cussen, Esq.
B. T. Finniss, Esq., M.P. J. H. Barrow, Esq.
J. Lindsay, Esq.. M.P. E. W. Andrews, Esq.
J. Hallett, Esq., M.P. Thomas Cottrell, Esq. i J. Dunn, Esq., M.P. J. M. Linklater, Esq. S. Bakewell, Esq., M.P. P. Cumming, Esq.
D. Sutherland, Esq., M.P. F. Krichauff, Esq. , P. Santo, Esq., M.P. D. Garlick, Esq.
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W. Duffield, Esq., M.P. John Lazar, Esq.
M. Moorhouse, Esq., M.P. Joseph Mellor, Esq. W. Parkin, Esq., M.P. John Haimes, Esq. J. Peacock, Esq., M.P. Robert Smith, Esq.
A. Anderson, Esq" M.P. Steph. Wright, Esq. E. McEUister, Esq.. M.P. P. Levi, Esq. His Worship the Mayor Dr. Beyer
of Adelaide C. S-illing
His Worship the Mayor T. Schumacher '
of Port Adelaide Dr. Hubbe, L.L.D. His Worship the Mayor
By order of the Committee.
di_J. KEMP PENNEY, Secretary.
REAL PROPERTY ACT COMMEMORATION.- '
The SUB-COMMITTEE will MEET at 3 o'clock This Afternoon, at White's Rooms,
di J. KEMP PENNEY, Socretary.
FIRST ADELAIDE RIFLES.-FIRING for
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A. H. FREELING, Lieut.-Col., R.E. di Commanding First Adelaide Rifles.
VOLUNTEERS' BALL, 28th instant.-All APPLI-
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The Committee will meet on Tuesday Evening next, at 7 o'clock, at Aldridge's. d2xl
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IN the COURT of INSOLVENCY, South Australia.
WHEREAS adjudications in Insolvency have been made against the undermentioned person : Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner has appointed the »following days for Meetings m the undermentioned Estate to be held at the Court of Insolvency, Victoria-square, Adelaide ; at the first of which meetings the Insolvent is required to surrender and make disclosures of his estate and effects, and the Creditors are to come prepared to prove their debts, and vote in the choice of an Assignee or Assignees, and at the last sitting the Insolvent is to finish his
THOMAS G. ASHWOOD, late of Port Land Estate, Butcher, final hearlng,on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of June, at eleven o'clock.
JAMES WILLIAMS, of Redruth, o. Friday, the fifteenth day of Juno,land oa Friday, the thirteenth day of July, at twelve o'clock.
CHARLES JOHN BARRY and FREDERICK
PATTERSON BAYLEY, of Adelaide, Cornfactors, on j Monday, the eighteenth diy of June, and on Monday, the sixteenth day of July, at eleven o'clock.
LOUIS ALMERS, of Adelaide, Butcher, on Friday, the fifteenth day, of June, and on Friday, the thirteenth day of July, at two o'clock.
THOMAS POWELL, of Adelaide, Auctioneer, on Friday, the fifteenth day of June, and on Friday, the thirteenth day of July, at eleven o'clock.
EDWARD FULKES, of Adelaide, Baker, on Monday, the eighteenth day of June,, and on Monday, the six- teenth day of July, at two o'clock.
JOHN WILLIAM HUGALL, of -adelaide, Baker, on Monday, the eighteenth day of June, and on Mon- day, the sixteenth day of July, at three o'clock.
GEORGE LATTIN, of Brompton, Brickmaker, on Tuesday, the nineteenth day of June, and on Tuesday, i the seventeenth day of July, at eleven o'clock.
THOMAS S HRIGLEY, of Greenock Creek, Publican, on Friday, the twenty-second day of June, and on Friday, the twentieth day of July, at twelve o'clock.
I CARL HENNING, late of near Sheaoak Log,. Farmer and Carrier, on Friday, the twenty-second,day of June, and on Friday, the twentieth day of July, at
WILLIAM MCKENZIE, of near Mintaro, Farmer, on Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of June, and on Thursday, the twenty-sixth day or July, at eleven
JANE SANDERSON, late of Saddleworth, Licensed Victualler, Widow and Administratrix of James Edward Sanderson, late of the same place, deceased, on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of June, and on Monday, the twenty-third day of July, at eleven o'clock.
GEORGE VINEY, of Edwardstown, Smith, Wheel- wright and Publican, on Tuesday, the twenty-sixth day of June, and on Mond ty, the twenty-fourth day of July, at eleven o'clock.
JOHN B. SPENCE, Official Assignee. Adelaide, June 19,1860. di
New South Wales, Department of Public Works;'
14th May, 1860.
rriHE GOVERNMENT of NEW SOUTH WALES
I having decided to offer a PREMIUM of £600 for the best, and of £300 for the second best DESIGN for NEW HOUSES of PARLIAMENT and PUBLIC OFFICES : Notice is hereby given to professional men and others, resident in South Australia, that compe- titive drawings, with specifications and etftirrfates of the above, will be received up to the 1st March, 1861, at this office, addressed to "The Secretary for Public Works, Sydney," and endorsed "Design for New Houses of Parliament, &c., for New South Wales."
Copies of the general conditions, which include ample detail of the accommodation required, may be seen, together with photogiaphic views and coloured plans of the site, on application at the offie of the Colonial Architect, Adelaide.
wc W. M. ARNOLD.
NOTICE. - RICHARD LYNE, son of the late
William Lyne, of Moseley Vale, near Liverpool, and subsequently of Woodhouse, near Whitehaven, England, who (the said Richard Lyne) is requested to apply immediately to Joseph Stilling, E«q., Adelaide, where he will hear of something to his advantage.
Any person who e.v\ give any inforinat.on which will lead to the discovery ol the* present residence of the above-named Richard Lyne, if living, or to proof of his death, will please communicate with the said Joseph Stilling, Esq., who will reward them for their trouble.
REAL PROPERTY ACT NOTICES.
WHEREAS the persons named and described at foot hereof have each respectively for himself made and subscribed declaration before the RegiBtrar-General, setting forth that he is seised of an estate in fee simple in the lands set forth and describedbefore his name at foot hereof, and hath made application 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 person having estato or interest in the said lands, or any of them, or by some person duly authorized on behalf of a person having estate or interest therein, on or before the expiration of the period herein below for each case described and specified, I will pro- ceed as by law directed, to bring the said pieces of land
under the operation of the said Act :
TOWNSHIP HONEYTON.-Lot 4, of Sections 220
and 221, near Robe Town ; Robert Clark Resi- dence, Guichen Bay.
HUNDRED STRATHALBYN.-Sections 1383 and
1391; James Blight, j un.; Residence, near Mount TOWNSHIP NORWOOD.-Part Lot 22, of Section 260
(as intending purchaser from Thomas Waterhouse) ; George Hale ; Residence, Norwood.
TOWNSHIP HINDMARSH.-Part Lot 180 (as in-
tending purchaser from I. R. Rundle and others) ; William Dorsett ; Residence, Hindmarsh.
HUNDRED NURIOOTPA.-Section 1804 (as intend-
ing purchaser from Carl Auton Rudolph von Ber touch); Johann Friedrich Heinickej Residence, Near Lyndoch Valley.
TOWNSHIP GAWLER.-Lot 129 (as intending pur
chaser from Thomas Wilcox) ; Thomas Martin ; Re
TOWNSHIP LOBETHAL.-Part Lot xxvi (as in-
tending purchaser from Christian Hansdorf) ; and as owner in fee of other part of said Lot xxvi and Lot XVI ; Carl Ferdinand Kumnick ; Residence,
TOWNSHIP NAIRNE.-Lot 3/ (as intending pur-
chaser from Mrs. Smillie's Trustees) ; James Boase ; Residence, Nairne.
HUNDRED MUNNO PARA.-Section 3002 (as in-
tending purchaser from George Barton) ; Gabriel Truan ; Residence, Peachy Belt.
HUNDRED BAROSSA.--Parts Section 2702 ; Henry
Peake ; Residence, Near Lyndoch Vally.
TOWNSHIP STEPNEY.-Part Section 259, Survey
B ; and, as intending purchaser from Alexander Wood of other part of said Section ; William August Weylandt ; Rasidence, Stepney.
TOWNSHIP NORTH KAPUNDA.-Lota 45, 69,
and 70 ; Thady Hogan ; Residence, Kapunda.
TOWNSHIP DULWICH.-Lots 36, 37, 38, 39, 40,
41, of Section 263, Survey B (as intending pur cuaser from John Hector) ; Johann Friedrich An- derson ; Residence, Adelaide.
TOWNSHIP EAST ROBE.-Lots 8 and 9 of Section
S12, County Robe ; William Savage ; Residence,
TOWNSHIP DULWICH.-Lots 26,27, 28. 29, 21, 22.
23, 24, 25, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57. 58 ; and reserve be- tween Lots 25 and 26 (as intending purchaser from John Hector) ; William Rounsevell ; Residence,
HUNDRED GILBERT.-Eastern moiety of Section
503 (as intending purchaser from George Hall) ; Frederick Hannaford ; Residence, Riverton.
HUNDRED GILBERT.-Western moiety of Section
503 (as intending purchaser from George Hall) John Elliot Hannaford ; Residence, Riverton.
Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged against the above-described lands, July 7, 1860, HUNDRED YANKALILLA.-Section 1185 (as in-
tending purchaser from Anthony Forster) ; John Polkinghorne, senior ; Residence, Yankalilla.
TOWNSHIP DULWICH.-Lots 50, 60, and 61,
Section 263, Survey B (as intending purchaser from John Hector) ; Johann Adam Muller ; Residence,
HUNDRED NOARLUNGA.-Part Section 494 (as in-
tending purchaser from Atlas Building Society) ; Jolin Strong, senior, and John Strong, junior : Resi- dence, Happy Valley.
HUNDRED MUNNO PARA.-Section 3318.-Onesi
phorus Hayles ; Residence, Gawler Hills.
HUNDRED MYPONGA.-Sections 521 and 539;
Alexander Cameron ; Residence, Myponga.
HUNDRED GOOLWA.-Western moiety of Section
2243 ; William Crutchfield Sharpe ; Residence, Middleton.
HUNDRED MYPONGA.-Sections 259 and 260 (as
intending purchaser from William Dovell) ; Robert
Rowley ; Residence, Myponga. i HUNDRED TALUNGA.-Sections 6237 and 6245;
Richard Tucker ; Residence, near Woodside.
CITY OF ADELAIDE.-Part Town Acre 119 ; James
Gaywood ; Residence, North-road.
TOWNSHIP NOARLUNGA.-Lots 45 and 53, and
(as intending purchaser from South Australian Com- pany of Lots 145, 146, 147) ; John Adams ; Resi- dence, Noarlunga.
HUNDRED OF NKANGKITA. - Section 2420;
Robert Carrath ; Residence, Millbank.
Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may be lodged against the above-described lands, July 14,
CITY OF ADELAIDE.- Part Town Acre 212 (as in-
tending purchaser from executors of Robert Rayne); Thomas Medlyn ; Residence, Adelaide.
CITY OF ADELAIDE.-Parts Town Acre 242; Oliver
Hulbert ; Residence, Brighton.
CITY OF ADELAIDE.-Town Acre 690 ; Grace Mont-
gomery Marryatt, Isabella Barbara Williams, and Henrietta Hindmarsh Saunders; Residence, Brighton.
HUNDRED MYPONGA.-Section 580 (as intending
purchaser from John Lawrie) ; Robert Lawrie ; Residence, near Stockport.
Date up to and inclusive of which caveat maybe lodgsd against the above described lands, September 14,
HUNDRED BELVIDERE. -Section 347; Peter
Schwarze ; Residence, Eben Ezar.
HUNDRED NORTH RHIN «5.- -Section 439 (as in-
tending purchaser from William Gunn) ; Robert Henry Edmunds ; Residence. Adelaide.
TOWNSHIP THEBARTON.-Part Section 1, Survey
B (as intending purchaser from Henry Watson) ; John Mountney ; Residence, Thebarton.
HUNDRED NOARLUNGA.-Sections 631, 632, 633,
608, 619, and 636 ; Samuel Myles j Residence, Mor- phett Vale.
GAWLER SPECIAL SURVEY.-Part Section 4 (as
intending purchaser from Stephen Summerton) ; William Henry Belcher ; Residence, Adelaide.
TOWNSHIP BOWDEN.-Lot 1866, of Section 354,
Survey B (as intending purchaser from Edward Kelly); Richard and Francis Henry Champion ; Residence, Adelaide.
HUNDRED CLARE.-Section 399 ; George Duncan ;
HUNDRED CLARE.-Section 3038 ; Henry Bowley ;
HUNDRED YANKALILLA.-Part Section 1181 (as
intending purchaser from John Wordsworth Heath- cote) ; Thomas Willmot ; Residence, Yankalilla.
TOWNSHIP KINGSTON.-Lot 17, of Section 69",
Survey C (as intending purchaser from G. D. Sismey) ; Alexander Birrell ; Residence, Noarlunga. HUNDRED MUNNO PARA.-Section 3319 (intend-
ing purchaser from Messrs. Moorhouse, Barclay, and Rolfe) ; Onesiphorus Hayles ; Residence, Gawler
HUNDRED BELVIDERE.-Section 3000 (as intend-
ing purchaser from Johann Pannach) ; Michael Wenke ; Residence, near Stockwell.
TOWNSHIP GLYNDE.-Southern Moiety of Block
16, of Section 305, Survey B ; Samuel Davis ; Resi- dence, Glynde.
HUNDRED MYPONGA.-Part Section 515; Alex-
ander Cameron ; Residence, Myponga.
HUNDRED WILLUNGA.-Lots 6, 4, 5, 12, 13, and
14, of Section 349 (as intending purchaser from Alexander Birrell ; David Beyer, Residence, Noar- lunga.
Date up to and inclusive of wlich caveat may be lodged against the above-described lands, July 21,1860. HUNDRED YATALA.-Section 356; John William
Kay ; Residence, Clare.
Date up to and inclusive of which caveat may he lodged against the above-described land, December 21,
Dated _.. thi3 19th day of June, one thousand eight hundred and sixty, at the Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia".
R. R. TORRENS, Registrar-General.
OTICE. -All DOGS, PIGS, FOWLS, &c, TRES
PASSING on my premises, Post Office, Templers, will be DESTROYED, after this dite.
d3 CASH GATHERCOLE.
NOTICE.-All DOGS, PIGS, FOWLS. &c, Tres-
passing on Section 191, Muddla Wirra, will be destroyed after this date, and Cattle impounded.
d3 GEORGE WARD.
REMOVAL.-The Publication of tho "SOUTH
AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER," and the " WEEKLY CHRONICLE" has bean removed from 117, Hindley-street, to the NEW OFFICES in GREN- FELL STREET, opposite the Albion Mills, and a few doors East of the " Register" and "Observer" Offices.
(^PERSONS ORDERING ADVERTISEMENTS
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tinued until the date of their natural expiry, and all ]
orders for alterations, or for the discontinúan so of ad- vertisements in the Weekly Chronicle must bo in writing, and lett at the office not later than Wednesday evening, otherwiso they eannat be attended to. New advertise- ments, teiag printed in another part of tho it per, will he received until Thursday evening for the country edition, and until Friday evening for the town odition.
AdvertUfr and tdrnnirJe Offices, Ffb.. 1.S5R
rpo COUNTRY ADVERTISERS.-The ch.u^e fo
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Amusements, &c. v
ICTORIA THEATRE. BENEFIT IN AID OF THE SOUTH
AUSTRALIAN MASONIC BENEVOLENT FUND,
For the Relief of Distressed Masons, their Widows, and
Patron-His Excellency Sir R. G. MACDONNELL.
Under the Patronage of the
PROV. GRAND LODGES OF ENGLAND AND
-m. Solomon has kindly given the use of the Theatre for this evening gratis, and the
SAN FRANCISCO MINSTRELS
have volunteered their valuable services for the occasion.
MONDAY, June 25.
Brethren will appear in full regalia.
Prov. G. L. Officers and Brethren (in regalia) are re- quested to be in the Box Lobby about quarter-past 7 0 clock. i *.
For particulars and Programme soo small bills. d3 QUADRILLE PARTY at the MASONIC HALL,
Pirie-street, Adelaide, on TUESDAY, June 26, I860. Tickets can be obtained at the door. Dancing
to commence at 8 o'clock. d2
WILL SHORTLY APPEAR. de
Land and House Property.
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,*?a HOUSE
consisting of large Cellar »and Four Rooms, with half an Acre of Land fenced, Well of Good Water situated in Penrice. Apply to
E. W. ROBERTS,
xw3 Commission Agent, Angaston.
TO be LET, with or without Right of Purchase
ALLOTMENTS 1, 2, 11, and 12, of Section 480 HAMPS f EAD, lately occupied by Mr. James Virgo and containing about 50 Acres. Immediate possession can be given. For particulars, apply to II. Gawler, Esq.
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-houge, 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, Esq., solicitor, King William street, or to the undersigned.
mwfc ALFRED HARDY
ADELAIDE LOAN SOCIETY
Office, 198 Hindley-street.
Persons requiring TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE can obtain LOANS in sums of from £5 to £20, on personal security.
Apply at the Office, 198 Hindley-street, for a copy of the rules. tthxc
MONEY to LEND on FREEHOLD SECURITY.
FENN & BRUCE, Solicitors,
dxq Gresham-street, Adelaide.
MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE, at £10 pe
cent, per annum.
Money to Lend on deposit of Title Deeds.
J. ELDIN MOULDEN, Solicitor,
dxc 68. King William-street.
HEAT PURCHASED, or STORED
wxc ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street.
GUM BOUGHT, at the Highest Market Price, at B.
Nathan's Grain Store Currie-street.
dxc GEORGE TURNER.
CHAFFED HAY, fresh cut, can be had in any quau
tity at the Gawler Arms Hotel, Gawler Town,
d* EDWD. CLEMENT.
CHAFF CUT and BARLEY CRUSHED by Steam
at WM. KING, Jun's.,
O'Connell-street, North Adelaido. N.B.-Orders executed on the shortest notice. dq
Professional and Trade Addresses.
R. JOHN A. BRUCE, ASSAYER and ANALY-
TICAL CHEMIST, Leigh-street, Adelaide.
GUSTAVUS BERLING, AUCTIONEER AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT ;
Office in Adelaide-73, King William-street ;
And in the Country-Napoleon Buonaparte Hotel,
HITE & EGERTON, LAND, LOAN, and COMMISSION AGENTS.
BRITTAIN JONES CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENERAL AGENT,
PORT ADELAIDE. dxc
LUKE MURPHY, ADELAIDE,
AUCTIONEER and VALUATOR. stth*
PRITCHARD & WILLIAMS, AUCTIONEERS,
PRODUCE AND STOCK AGENTS,
New Markets, Market-street, Sydney. d6*
WANTED, a STEAM ENGINE, from 8 to 10
horse-power, now or second-hand, cloni.'l manu- facture or otherwise. A full description of tho engine must be given, such as-size of cylinder, length of troke, size of enorme shaft, size and weight of fly-wheel, size and length of boiler, &c, &c Also state tho lowest ash price. Address John Dunn & Son, Freeman-street, Adelaido. thsfcxc
rr\0 BUTCHERS.-WANTED, a Steady SINGLE L MAN. Apply to F. Hince, butcher, Kooringa.
^-? ' J1---m' " ? ' ? ' -?»
THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA.
[Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1835.]
Notice is hereby givan that a BRANCH of tht3 Cor- poration was OPENED at BRISBANE, in the colony of Queensland, on Tuesday, tue 12th June, 1860.
Manager-Edward R. Drury.
Accountant-Joseph B. Dixon.
fm2xl] ¡D. C. MCARTHUR, Acting Superintendent.
ALLIANCE BRI'ilSH AND FOREIGN LIFE
AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Losses paid in the Colony. No reference homo re- quired.
Life Department.-W. Wyatt, Esq., M.D., Medica
Fire Department.-A. J. Baker, Esq., Surveyor.
Prospectuses can be had ou application to the under gned.
HENRIQUES & CO.,
wfmc Agents, Currie-street
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE
Empowered by Acts of Parliament.
Subscribed Capital, £2,000,000 ; Accumulated Capital £1,156,000. Losses paid in the Colony. No raferonc«
Life Department-John Woodforde, Esq., M.R.C.S..
Fire Department-William Weir, Esq., Surveyor.
The many various modes of effecting LIFE ASSUR« ANCES, so as'to make provision for a family or te accomplish some financial object, with tho Ratos upon FIRE RISKS, can be obtained on application to
F. J. BECK & CO., Agents, Currie-pt>*cet.
THE EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY FOR
LIFE ASSURANCE AND FIDELITY GUA- RANTEE. '
Annual Revenue -£160,000.
This Society, established in 1819, aud afterwards merged into the " PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT," has now assumed its old title under the power of a sp sciai Act of Parliament, which enables the Society in addition to LIFE ASSURANCE POLICIES, to issue GUARAN- TEE POLICIES, by which the Company become responsible for the fidelity of persons in employment where sureties are required.
The GUARANTEE of the EUROPEAN Society is accepted by the Government Offices, Bankers, and Rail- way Companies, in Great Britain and tho Colonies.
The EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY has lately purchased the Australian business of the " PRO- FESSIONAL," and the undersigned aro the duly authorised AGENTS for the EUROPEAN, from whom all particulars for effecting a Life Policy, or Guarantee Policy, may be obtained.
R. B. COLLEY, Adelaide. CLELAND PAGE k CO.,
ROYAL FIRE & LIF.i INSURANCE CO
FIRE BRANCH-Insurances granted at motivate pwiii'ii in Vgen'-s !»uiriç; duly empowered t. ;tlo c1 lims i:i the colo'iy.
LIFE DEPARTMENT-English rates of ^.¿.nium only charged. Bonus at last division of profits about 2 per cent, per annum on amount of Policie«.
Medical Referee-W. H. Sholl, Esq., M.R.C.S.
ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO., Agents.