Notice of ifemoval. J RICHARDSON has removed from his office, in ? King William-street, to the Exchange, where he ntends to carry on his business as Share and Bill jroker as usual. Adelaide, January 2Sth, IS50. Reduction of Prices. JH. PACE begs to notify to the public generally, ? that, having on hand an immense stock of ma &ricl, ho is determined to come into the market with nuch lowered prices aud terms of business. The fol owiug is a list : — s. d. Vertical watches cleaned at ? 1 G each Lever horizontal ' ? 2 (5 ?♦ Duplex and Geneva ' ? 3 G ' Repeaters ' ? 7 0 ' Mainsprings — Vertical watches ? 5 0 ' Lever ditto ? 0 0 ' Common glasses ? 0 4 ' Lunettes ? 1 0 ' Seneva ditto ? 1 0 ' All articles of jewellery, &c, repaired on similar terrps. No second charge on watch or clock-work, if alteration jo required. Clocks Kept Ly the Year. American clocks, of the best kind, all brass works, torn 25s. to 38s., warranted. Office Dials, from £2 to £0. TERMS— CASH. December 19th, 1819. Bundle-street. 'HO LET, till September next, a large four-roomed _|_ house, with vineyard, a good two-stall stable, nuthouses, &c. Apply at the office of this paper, or at Mr Futeher's jliina and glass stores, on the premises, opposite lavistock Buildiugs. BILLS OF LADING on sale at the Offices of the South Australian Register and Adelaide Observer. Seduced Eates. TMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY JL Sim Court, and No. 16, Pall Mull, London, Instituted 1803. For Insuring houses and otner buildings, goods wares, merchandise, manufacturing and farming stock ships in port, harbour, or dock, and the cargoes of such ships ; also, ships building and repairing ; barges and uther vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and goods j\\ such vessels, throughout Great Britain and Ireland ind in foreign countries from loss or damage by fire. Subscribed and Invested Capital Ose Million Five Hundkkd Thousand Pounds. Directors ; Alexander Stewart, Esq , Chairman. Charles Cave, Esq., Deputy-Chairman. James C. O.lJcll, Esq. Geo. Hihlwrr, Esq. R. C. Lee Bevan, Esq. Samuel Mibbert, Ksq. MichaeJ Bland, Esq. Jas. G. Murdoch, Esq. C. Francis Cobb, Esq. Claud Neilson, Esq. Andrew Colville. Esq. J. Hoislev Palmer, Esq. Geo. II. Cutler, Esq. J. I'attison, Esq., M.I?. Henry Davidson, Esq. Henry Pear.se, Esq. Jno. 'il. Deiiell. Esq. H. J.'Prescott, Esq. George Field, Esq. Joseph Reid, Esq. Newman Smith, llsq. J'lc Directors: Arch. Ilastle, Esq., M.P. George Reid, Esq. Win. Lyall, Esq. W. if. Robinson, Esq. Daniel Mildred, Esq. Martin T. Smith, Esq. Auditors: T. G. Barclay, Esq. James Brand, Esq. A. H. Bosanquct, Esq. Joshua Lockwood, Esq. Charles Frederick Weber, E=q. RATES OK 1NSURANC8. 1st Class Buildings of Brick or .Stone, with Roofs of Slate, Tile, or Metal, detached,or separated by perfect party Walls and Parapet from adjoining Buildings ? 13 0 W cent. Ditto ditto, attached ? 15 6 ' 2nd Class Buildings of Brick or Stone, with Roofs of Shingle or Broad Pal ing, detached from all other Buildings bv a distance of fifty feet ? 20 0 « Ditto adjoining other Buildings .... 27 G ' Ditto ditto, hazardous risks ? 32 0 ' All cases involving risks not comprised in the above Tables to be arranged by special agreement. Buildings where hazardous Trades are carried on, or in which hazardous Goods are deposited, will be subject to an additional Rate, according to theii Class. Hazardous Trades. — Bread and Biscuit Bakers. Carpenters, Chemists, Coachmakers, Coopers, Cabinet makers, Distillers, Liquor and Spirit Shops, Oilmen, Printers, Ship and Boatbuilders, Blacksmiths, and the like. Hazardous Goons.— Cotton, Hemp, Flax, Oil, Pitch, Tar, Ros:r. Saltpetre, Spirits, Tallow, Turpen tine, and others of an equally dangerous character. Agent, JOHN MORPHETT, North-terrace. Brighton Races. UNDER the Superintendence of tho South Aus- tralian Jockey Club. First Bay.— Thursday, lith February, 1850. FIRST RACE. — PRODUCE STAKES. For all horses dropped in the colony ; ttvo guineas entrance, sovereigns added ; mares and geldings to be allowed 3 lbs. ; one mile and a half heats. SECOND RACE. — BRIGHTON PLATE. Three guineas entrance, with sovereigns added ; for horses of all denominations. THIRD RACE. — HACK STAKES. For all untrained horses ; post-entries, one guinea, with sovereigns added. Second Day. — Friday, 15th February. FIRST RACE. — LADIES* PURSE. Two guineas entrance, with sovereigns added ; for horses of every denomination ; the winner of the Brighton Plate to carry 10 lbs. extra ; mares and geld ings allowed 3 lbs. SECOND RACE. — HURDLE RACE. Two guineas entrance, with sovereigns added. THIRD RACE. — BEATEN STAKES. Post-entrance, one guinea, with sovereigns added ; to be handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. No person allowed to start a horse, except a sub scriber of at least one guinea to the fund. Weights and distances to be the same as at the Ade laide meeting. Entries to take place at Mr Jelfs, ' Thatched Cot tage Hotel,' Brighton, on Thursday, 7th February, at from four to geven o'clock p.m. The following gentlemen are authorised to collect subscriptions, viz. : — Messrs Thomas Jelfs, William Roberts, and Bakewcll, of Brighton : Geo. Brownlie, 'Forest Inn,' Bay Road; H. 'Ward, ?? Glenelg Hotel ;' J. McDonald, Glenelg ; and Mr Thomas Ot taway, ' Victoria Hotel,' Adelaide. THOMAS SHAYLE, Hon. Sec. EDWARD STRIKE, . Clerk of Course. Brighton, 25th January, 1850.