DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP: SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Gazette of Thursday contained the following notification:— "Notice is hereby given that the part- nership hitherto existing between John
Henry Barrow, Charles Henry Goode, Robert Stuckey, Thomas Graves, William Parkin, Thomas King, James Counsell, and George Williams Chinner, of Ade- laide, carrying on business as newspaper proprietors and printers under the style of "The Proprietors of the South Aus- tralian Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle Newspapers," was this 30th day of Sep- tember, 1871, dissolved by mutual con- sent ; and the said business will be car- ried on by John Henry Barrow and Thomas King as sole proprietors, who will have full power to collect and get in all outstanding accounts, and by whom all debts due from the said firm will be liquidated. "Dated the 30th day of September, 1871. "JOHN H. BARROW. "CHARLES HENRY GOODE, (By his Attorneys, M. Goode and John H. Barrow). "ROBERT STUCKEY. "THOMAS GRAVES, (By his Attorney, Alex. Hay). "WILLIAM PARKIN. "THOMAS KING. "JAMES COUNSELL. "GEORGE W. CHINNER. "Witness to the signatures of the said John Henry Barrow, Charles Henry Goode (by his attorneys Mat- thew Goode and John Henry Barrow), Robert Stuckey, Thomas Graves (by his attorney, Alexander Hay), Wil- liam Parkin, Thomas King, and James Counsell —J. Eldin Moulden, Solicitor, Adelaide. "Witness to the signature of Geo. Williams Chinner—Geo. T. Chinner."