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LAND OFFICE     No. 1, EXCHANGE COLONNADE ___________________________ THOMAS POWELL,       SOUTH ADELAIDE. ____________________________________ HOUSES and LANDS for SALE, to LET, or LEASE To be LET, on Building Leases, one Acre in Grenfell-Street, one Acre in Pirie-street For SALE, Acre 335, Victoria-square; Acre 348, Robert-street; Acre   of Land and Cottage, Halifax-street; Two Five-room Stone Houses in   Grote-street, with Gardens, on one acre. South Adelaide. Land in Hanson-place and Stephen-street Race Course. Three Acres frontage to Park Lands. North Adelaide.   For SALE, Three Allotments in Mackinnon-parade.       Walkerville.     Three Cottages and Acre of Land. Mount Barker. A Section close to Township.           SECTIONS for Sale at Goodwood, Wellington, Currency Creek, Vic-   toria, Light, Wakefield, &c.   NORWOOD. For SALE, Land and Houses. BRIGHTON. LAND and HOUSES, to be Let or for Sale. Gawler Town. 16-Acre BLOCK, River Frontage, Stone House, Garden, &c ALLOTMENTS Nos. 67, 153, 164, 183, 174.   ALDINGA PLAINS.   For SALE, a Section on the Aldinga Plains, in Allotments to suit purchasers at £4 per acre. ________________________________ TO be SOLD, a two-roomed COTTAGE and YARD in Unley. THOMAS POWELL ______________________________ E. A. WRIGHT, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT, EXCHABOE-CHAMBEBS, HEXT THE SAVDjeS BANK. LAND SURVEYED and LAID OUT for SALE. , GOVERNMENT SECTIONS selected or examined, and reported upon for intending purchasers. LOANS negotiated; and Land and House Property Valued for parties desirous of lending money thereon, or making purchases. A register kept of Land or Hones for Sale or Lease. * SECTIONS for Sale and Lease In various parts of the colony. SUBURBAN LAND, HOUSES, and TOWN PROPERTY for Sale and Lease. ' GOVERNMENT SECTIONS bought for parties desirous of renting them with right of purchase. CASH ADVANCED in aid of purchases or on Property placed in tho hands of the undersigned for Sale. GOLD BOUGHT and CASH ADVANCED on Escort Receipts and Assay Certificates. E.A.WRIGHT. Exchange-chambers, King William-street, Next the Savings Bank. npOWN and COUNTRY PROPERTIES for JL SALE or LEASE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. UNLEY ? Three Cottages KENSINGTON ? Two Cottages LOWER MITCHAM ? Twelve Acres TORRENS— fronting river...Ten Acres GAWLER TOWN ? Farm of 400 Acres, situated about Six Miles from this Township, partly en closed, and under cultivation, with substantial Dwelling House, and surface water MORPHETT VALE J... ? .Three Sections YANKALILLA ? Two Sections ENCOUNTER BAY ? .Large Dairy Farm and extensive Cattle run; also Eighty-Acre Section, enclosed, with ex cellent House; well adapted for a Summer Residence for a family, or a Boarding House GAWLER RIVER ? ') Sections in various localities between these and }- rivers, to be Sold or Let, with right of LITTLE PARA ? j purchase PROPERTIES TO BE LET. ACRES* ALLOTMENTS...In various parts of North and South Adelaide HINDLEY STREET ? Two Shops and Land on Building Leases LIMESTONE VALLEY ...Two Sections GAWLER TOWN ? Eighty-Acre Section near this Township, with capital Stone Houses GAWLER PLAINS ? Sections near Smith's Creek and near Salisbury H™™-rfPOBTADB-}One Section YANKALILLA ? Two splendid Sections. E. A. WRIGHT, Land Agent Exchange-chambers, King William-street, Next the Savings Bank. R. B. COLLEY'S LAND-OFFICE. ? FOR SALE OR LEASE. BEAUMONT. .Several Blocks of two and a-half Acres. FULLERTON ... ...Blocks suitable for Gardens, of 2 to 16 acre3 each. NORWOOD ? 2} acre Block, fenced, with four-roomed House, Creek running through the Land. NORTH ADELAIDE ...Two Houses on Acre 710, Well of good water, Acres 787, 1011,970. SOUTH ADELAIDE ...Acre 286, East-terrace. Acres 3il and 312, 458, 531,676, &c, &c, &c. Two Houses in Grote-street STRATHALBYN ...Two Sections, with good Stone House, Gar den, &c. GAWLER TOWN ...Good Dwelling-house, with Garden, Ac, well situated. GLENELG ? Land for Sale, commanding a view of the Sea. WALKERVILLE ...A good Family Residence, with 2 Acres of Garden, &c, &c, &c A Block of 22 Acres, situated on the rising ground. WOODFORD ? See below, TORRENS ... ...See below. PORT-ROAD ??? —Several Blocks of Land in the Townships of Kilkenny, Beverly, Woodville, Albert Town, Queen's Town. Section 425, 40 Acres, with House, &c PORT ADELAIDE ...Good Brick House, Building Land. N.B.— Parties having Properties for Sale are invited to Register the same at my office. No charge for insertion in above list WANTED TO PURCHASE— A Cottage, with 1 or 2 Acres of Land, situated in Nor wood. Cottages with Land attached, of 5 to 20 Acres, situated ? within 10 miles of Adelaide. Apply to R. B. COLLEY, King William-street FOR SALE, the Proprietor leaving for England, a FINE PROPERTY, situated 7 miles from Adelaide, com prising one of the most beautiful Sections on the Torrens, with good Dwelling-Hoose, Stabling, various Outbuildings ; also, an exceedingly valuable Garden and Vineyard. The Wines made from this Estate are well known, and, with the Garden, have yielded a handsome return to the proprietor. , For further particulars, apply to R.B. COLLEY, Land Agent, King William-street November 6tb, 1852. XiiOR SALE, WOODFORD, SECTION 341, J? adjoining MagiU. This beautiful Preliminary Section is now offered for sale in Blocks of 6 and 10 acres. The ' locality is unsurpassed by any in the colony. Situated at the foot of the Hills (near the estates of Capt. Duff; Dr. Wark, and other gentlemen), it commands a truly magnificent panoramic view of bind and water, embracing the whole of the scenery between die Hills and the Gulf. The soil is admirably adapted for Gardens and Vineyards, and the gentle and regular slope of the ground ensures that perfect drainage so desirable for building sites; whilst the elevation of the land renders the air cool and bracing, fanned as it is by sea breezes. Woodford is undeniably the choicest land as regards situation and general advantages that has yet been offered to the public, and amongst the latter may be reckoned the large size of the Blocks into which the land is divided ; and as this necessarily limits the number of buyers, early application will secure the best sites. Plans to be seen, and further particulars ascertained, on application to R. B. COLLEY, November, 1852. King William-street VALUABLE FREEHOLDS FOR SALE. , SECTION 5503 — 82 acre.?, fenced, running water, 14 tailes from Adelaide - SECTIONS 1074, 1148, 1147, fenced, water, 6 miles from Adelaide. Apply to ' ? . R.B. COLLEY. FOR SALE, the UNEXPIRED TERM of the CEASE of the SOUTHERN CROSS HOTEL, and adjoining Premise*, held at a nominal ground rent Apply to ' . CRAWFORD BROTHERS. . Hindmanh, 25th November, 1862. TO be LET— W00DSIDE, the Residence of John Hart, Esq., with Vineyard and Orchard in full healing Grass and Hay Paddocks. Apply at the office of HART & HUGHES. LAND FOR SALE. TWO SECTIONS on the Para Plains, north of the Lass O'Gowrie, either separately or together, of Indispu tably the best land in the neighbourhood ; water within three feet of the surface. ; 'According to the price obtained for land at the Government sales, ' ' these Sections will be found, from their vicinity to town, either to the fanner or capitalist, a suitable investment Application to ?'''.... DANIEL BRADY, Dry Creek; or ARTHUR FOX, U . ,. ..,?: . ? Adelaide. 'OOR SALE, a HOUSE and 24 Acres of LAND, Jl adjoining the city boundary. The House, newly-erected and comfortably finished, contains six looms, with an excellant cellar. The offices consist of Stablitig, Cart stoed, large Bam, Cow-shed, Piggery, Calf-pen, Stockyard, Garden with Fruit Trees, and 24 acres of superior Land, under cultivation — the whole ieaced and subdivided. Being situated in the most healthy part of the suburbs, and eom - -'if^ng tile finest view of the Gulf and shipping on the one side and . of the hills on the other ; to the capitalist or tradesman this presents one of the most eligible investments now being offered, and is disposed of solely in consequence of the proprietor returning to England. Application to Arthur Fox, auctioneer ; or Mr. Fry, proprietor, North ' *0*a, who win show the premises.

GEORGE GREEK, LAND AND BULLION AGENT. ^ '^V LANDS SURVEYED, , AND '?'?'?'' ~ PROPERTIES VALUED. GOLD DVST, MELBOURNE NOTES, or SOVEREIGNS, PURCHASED AND SOLD. 3SAY RECEIPTS or ESCORT RECEIPTS BOUGHT Or CASH ADVANCED upon them. LOANS NEQOCIATED. GOVERNMENT LAND SALE8. 3ARTIES desirous of buying SECTIONS at the above SALES at GOVERNMENT price, and requiring rfstance in the whole or part payment thereof, may obtain the same the Offices of the UNDERSIGNED. LANDS LANDED PROPERTIES, for SALE, For LEASE, For RENTAL, NORTH ) within, the EAST ) or Wor or \otor SOUTH) CITY of ADELAIDE WEST- ) .. GOVERNMENT SECTIONS. Parties requiring GOVERNMENT SECTIONS can have them irchased by the undesigned, and lease them with a right ofpurchase. ? Land Agent r»O be SOLD, SUBURBAN RESIDENCE L and LAND, known as ENFIELD, situate withinjthree and a hal lies of the Exchange. ENFIELD HOUSE commands a very fine view, embracing Port delaide, the Gulf, &c, &c, and if completed in accordance with the iginal design {a centre with two wings), would make a splendid man on : at present it consists of the centre portion, substantially built ith two additional rooms), containing in all eleven rooms. The Garden, of three acres, is planted with Fruits and Flowers, and well fin :ed in with an invisible wire fence ; there is also a separate ineyard planted with the choicest Vines. STABLING, COACH-HOUSE, and OUTBUILDINGS very mplete. The Land consists of about 79 Acres, in a fine elevated position, I fenced in and beautifully timbered. This property is capable of being made one of the most delightful treats round Adelaide. GEORGE GREEN, Land Offices, King William-street Land Agent PO be SOLD— RESIDENCE in NORTH L ADELAIDE, substantially built of BRICK and STONE, ntaining four rooms, cellar, 4c, porch in front, and three-stall stable, L and other outbuildings attached. GEO. GREEN, Land Agent. Land Offices, King William-street HO be SOLD— SUBURBAN SECTION of L LAND containing EIGHTY ACRES, situate near the Fifth reek, within seven and a half miles of Adelaide to the eaat GEO. GREEN, Land Agent Land Offices, King William-street HO be LET, good. BUSINESS PREMISES, L situate in RUNDLE - STREET, on the North side, well lapted for the above puifbse, and possessing every requisite fora tmmodions residence, containing nine or ten rooms. Land the foil spth of the acre. GEO. GREEN, Land Agent, Land Offices, King William-street nO be SOLD, an ACRE well situate, fronting L on to the Park Lands in North Adelaide. GEO. GREEN, Land Agent Land Offices, King WHliam-street . PEACHEY BELT. HO be SOLD or LET, an Eighty-Two Acre L SECTION of Excellent AGRICULTURAL LAND,' with or ithont a right of purchase. It is situate very near to Salisbury, ad inlng Mrs. Cameron's, and offers the advantages of good soil and cceUent timber. GEO. GREEN, Land Agent Land Offices. King William-street J. RICHARDSON, , SHARE AND MONEY BROKER, HOUSE AND LAND -AGENT. \yfONEY LENT on Mortgages and approved 3JL Securities, and BILLS DISCOUNTED. LANDS SURVEYED, and COUNTRY SECTIONS BOUGHT for arties who wish to lease the same with Right of Purchase. SECTIONS for SALE and to LET iii most parts of the country. HOUSES in NORTH and SOUTH ADELAIDE to LET and for URCHASE. N.B.— The Highest Price given for Gold. Offices— King William-street F~0R SALE, AT RICHARDSON'S LAND OFFICE, KING WILLIAM STREET— rAWLER RIVER ? 200 Acres in a block, partly fenced, with Cot tage andother improvements; land first-rate, and permanent water. IRIGHTON ? A block of four acres, fenced and cropped. I0RTH ADELAIDE ...Several Allotments, some with Park frontages, beautifully situated. An Acre delightfully situated on Strang way's-terrace, commanding a fine view of the hills. iOUTH ADELAIDE ...Several Properties, worthy the' attention of the capitalist, consisting of Shops, Public Houses, and Warehouses, some of them m situated iu the best business positions. 'ORT LINCOLN ? .Allotments in the Township. Three Sections near the Mine. ?ITTLE PARA ? 132 Acres, tfronting the river, and first-rate land. ?ORT ADELAIDE ? Three 13-acre Blocks, on the roodto the North Arm. rAWLER PLAINS ? Two Sections of first-rate Land for agricultu ral pnrposes. FOR SALE— All that extensive PROPERTY, situate within six miles of Adelaide, known as ' MARYB ANK,' be residence of -Thos. Shepherd, Esq. The above Property const ts of Five Hundred and Sixty Acres of ?and,.the greater portion of which is some of the best iu the province ; rivulet of pure water runs through the greater portion of the property II the year, and the whole is substantially fenced. THE MANSION, ontainlng Dining, Drawing, Breakfast, Bath, and four Bedrooms, fursery, Cellar, Servants' Offices, Dairy, &c. and surrounded with a landsome Verandah and Terrace, is delightfully situate on an emi ience, commanding the finest view in the province. THE GARDEN, onslsting of about Seven Acres, is filled with the choicest collection f Vines, Fruit Trees, Oranges, Shrubs, Flowers, and Plants in the olony, together with Kltcheu Garden in a high state of culture. THE SPRING, rhich is continually running into a large cistern immediately ad oinlng the house, is of the purest water, and the supply inexhanstable, THE PADDOCKS. rhlch are substantially fenced, consist of beautifully grassy hills anil rallays, well timbered and permanent water. THE STABLES, anslst of a four-stall Stable, Coach-house, Harness-room. Poul ry-yards, Piggery, &c, detached from the House, and situate in the side of the Creek. For plans and particulars, apply to J.RICHARDSON, ? ? Land Agent, King William-street O be' SOLD a bargain, a neat RESIDENCE of three rooms, substantially built of brick and stoue, witl Sarden in front and rear, trenched and planted with Fruit Trees, th- thole fenced and has a road on three sides, situated near King SVilliam-street and South-terrace. For particulars, apply at the Brecknock Anns, King William-street. 110 be SOLD, the LEASE (11 years unexpired] of a SUBURBAN RESIDENCE, with 16 Acres of good Land situated about four miles from Adelaide. The House contains underground two good dry Cellars and Closet m the first floor, Dining and Drawing-rooms, Kitchen. Servants' Bed room, and Wann-house ; on the upper story, two good Bed-rooms, Dress ng-roora, and Summer Room, from which the view of the surrounding sountry and the Gulf is very fine. The Out-houses are substantially foiilt of brick and consist of Coach-house, Groom's 81eeping-room, Stabli md Loft, and large Barn. The Garden is in good order and well stocked with choice Fruit Trees fcc^ and a Well ot good water. CHAS. ROWLAND, House and Land Agent, King William-street. TO LET, a FEW GOOfTPUBLIC HOUSES ? in and out of town. Apply to SIMS & HAYTER, Pirie-street Brewery. TO FARMERS, MARKET GARDENERS, AND OTHERS. pOMMUNICATIONS will be received by th- V.y City Council from Occupiers of Land (and others in the immediate vicinity of the city, willing to allot suitable places 01 tho ? properies for the reception of night soil. l-.i v.edisre applications are requested to be addressed to the City 8ur veyor, .. ni office, King William-street, Adelaide. By order of the City Council, WILLIAM T. SABBEN, City Council Office, December 10th, 1852. Town Clerk. FOR SALE, a first-rate MARE for saddle, is a good trotter, and carries a lady. Price £30. Apply at Mr Greig's, Commercial Inn, Grenfell-Btreet FOR SALE.— FORTY quiet DAIRY COWS and about the same number of PIGS, in lots to suit purchaser! Apply to GEORGE K. THORNHILL, PeacheyBelt OR SALE, a Strong BOX CART and HAR NESS For particulars apply to Richard Chaunings, Devo Arms, Hau&on-street THE PARTNERSHIP hitherto subsisting be ?*? tween WM. GILL and GREGORY WATT BLACKIE was thi day DISSOLVED bv mutual consent WM. GILL. G. W. BLACKIE. G. W. GOTDEN, witMSI, October 7th, 1852.

MINING ADVERTISEMENTS. , , ? ? «. ? NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS. INCREASED RATE OF CARTAGE. W'0TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Pa .1 tent Copper Company have fixed the RATE OF CARTAGE between the Burra Copper Works and Port Wakefield at 35s. per ton, and between the Burra Copper Works and Adelaide at 40s. per ton for the ensuing season, say until 31st March, 1853. The Company will also be willing to enter into arrangements with parties who may be desirous of hiring teams to work in their service on the Port Wakefleld Uoad. Adelaide, 22nd November, 1852. ' rHE PATENT COPPEIi COMPANY propose to RELIGHT the Burra Copper Works on' Monday, the 29th instant, and will then be enabled to give employment to Me chanics and labourers at good Wages. : Adelaide, 22nd November, 1852. ST. PETER'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. THE COUNCIL of GOVERNORS desires to announce to the Parents and Pupils that the School will reassemble on Monday, January 17, at 10 o'clock, when the Pupils are expected to be in their places. The Rev. Edmund Jenkins has been appointed Acting Head Master nntil the assistance of a Clergymanvfrom England, qualified according to the Statute, can be obtained for that post. Arrangements are In progress for that purpose. The Boat ding Establishment of Norwood House will be carried on by Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins; and every arrangement made for the comfort of the Boarders. It will be ready for their reception on Saturday, January 15th. The terms as advertised below. COLLEGIATE SCHOOL OF ST. PETER'S, ADELAIDE. .Incorporated by Act of Council. FTNDER the management of a Council of fifteen \J Governors. ' Visitor— The Lord Bishop of Adelaide. Acting Head Master and Superintendent of Boarding Establishment at Norwood— Rev. Edmund Jenkins. Assistant Masters— Rev. Fred. Platt and Mr. R. Reid. Professor of Modern Languages— Mr. H. Nootnagel. Terms, quarterly, payable in advance. Board and Tuition, including washing and mending of linen Boys above 12 years of age ... £10 per quarter. Boys under 12 years of age ... £9 per quarter. Day-scholars ? £2 12s. 6d. per quarter. Library fee, on entrance, £1 Is. Pupils admitted at any time. The charges commence from the date of admission, and a quarter's notice required previous to the removal of any pupil. The collector will attend at the School for the purpose of receiving the Fees, payable in advance, on the 17th, 18th, and 19th January, 1853. For further particulars apply to the Secretary, G. W. Hawkes, Esq. Adelaide, December, 1862. RIVERSDALE HOUSE BOARDING SCHOOL. THE REV. S. P. R. ALLOM, late Acting Head Master of St Peter's Collegiate School, will be p e pared to r-ceive a limited number of Boarding Pupils, after the Christmas Vacation, at Rivensdale House (late Ludlow House V a large and convenient stone residence, erected by the South Australian Com pany, about 20 miles from Adelaide, near the Mall-road to Gumeracka. t has a large garden, an enclosed paddock of 10-) acres, good water, and every requisite for the health and comfort of the boys. For Terms and particulars apply to Mr. R. Page, at the Register and Observer office. __________________________________________________________ EDUCATION.   THE most convincing proof of the efficiency of a Teacher is, that his pupils give satisfaction as apprentices or assistants In trade or business. Mr. MACGOWAN has supplied well-qualified Apprentices to G. M. Waterhouse, Esq, M.L.C, Messrs. Paxton, Carleton, R.Stuckey,Coulls, Lambell, Williams (builder), Thomson (saddler), &c, &c. Another proof of a Teacher's knowledge of his business is, approved authorship. Mr. Macgowan's School-Books were recommended, twenty years ago, by the Literary QazttU, and by the Rev. Mr. Woodcock (who now uses them in his own family) ; and they are now classed, in the London Catalogues, among Established Standard Works. A few hours a week devoted to Private Tuition, in town or country. __________________________________________________________ ADELAIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, STEPHENS-PLACE, RUNDLE-STREET.   THE duties of this SCHOOL will be resumed on MONDAY, the 17th instant. JOHN L. YOUNG. __________________________________________________________ ' METROPOLITAN BUILDING SOCIETY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in pur suance of a Requisition signed in conformity with Rule No. 27, a SPECIAL MEETING of the Members will be held at the Office ot the Secretary, on Friday Evening, January 14th, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of amending Rule No. 15. GEORGE BRUNSKILL, Secretary. ___________________________________________________________ COPIES of the NEW TARIFF, which is now in force, on Bank Post Paper, and of a large size for posting in Counting-Houses, can be obtained at the office of this paper. ___________________________________________________________ Cornwall fire and marine insurance company, launceston.   Capital— One Hundred Thousand Pounds (Established in 1841.) For Marine Rates, enquire of the undersigned. FIRE PBEHItnS. 1st Class.— On Buildings of Stone or Brick, partitions of f» cent *» an same, roof slated or tiled, detacehd ? 7 6 2nd Class.— On Buildings of Stone or Brick, partitions of same, roof shingled, detached ? 9 0 3rd Class. — On Buildings of Stone or Brick, partitions of lath and plaister, roof shingled, detached ? 11 0 4th Class:— On Buildings of Stone or Brick, partitions wood, roof shingled, detached ? 12 0 5th Class.— On Buildings of Weatherboard of all or chiefly wood, detached ? 80 0 On Goods or Furniture, the same rate as on the premises they are in ? On cabinetmakers', carpenters', and blacksmiths' Stock or Workshops, brick buildings ? -».... 21 0 All hazardous goods by special agreement ? Where buildings are attached to others of a similar character, 2h. 5s. per cent, per annum more than on detached erections. When Brick or Stone Buildings immediately adjoin, but do not com municate with wooden buildings, 3s. to 10s. percent per annum to be added. Public-houses and Spirit stores 2s. to 4s. por cent per annum extra, if of brick or stone. Agent for receipt of Fire and Marine proposals, JOHN NEWMAN, Port Adelaide. To encourat^e water carriers to keep a supply in their earts at night - this office, in the event of fire is which it is interested, will give a reward of £3 to the first cart, £2 to the second cart, and £1 to the third cart, which shall arrive at the spot full laden, besides 2s. 6d. per load for all the water used on such an occasion. Agent for South Australia, ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth's-bulldings, Those insured at this office against 'casualties by fins are reminded that annual policies expire on 1st January, 1st April, 1st July, and 1st October. THE ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital, Two Millions, in 100,000 Shares of £20 each. John Shaw Leigh, Esq, and R. B. B. H. Blundell, Esq. Directors, -£?-:., in Liverpool : Charles Turner, Esq., Chairman; John Campbell, Esq., and J. Bramley-Moore, Esq, Deputy-Chairman. Michael Bonsfield, Esq. Roger Lyon Jones, Esq. Ralph Brocklebank, Esq. : ' James Lawrence, Esq. David Cannon, Esq. Francis Maxwell, Esq. William Claxton. Esq. George Maxwell, Esq. Thomas Dover, Esq. Robert M* Andrew, Esq. Richard Harbord, Esq. Edmund Molyneux, Esq. Robert Ellison Harvoy, Esq. . Henry Moore, Esq. Thomas Dyson Hornby, Esq. William Smith. Esq. John Charles Jack, Esq. John Torr, Esq. Edward Johnston, Esq. Auditors:, William Titherington, Esq., and John Dickinson, Esq. Physician : Richard Formby, M.D. Surgeon: Hugh NellL F.R.A.3. - Surveyor: Samuel Holme, Esq. Solicitor: Septimus Booker, Esq. Manager and Actuary: Percy M. Dove, Esq. Directors, &cn in London: . Samnel Baker, Esq. Daniel Henry Rucker, Esq Robert B. Byass, Esq. William Wainwrlght Esq. Richard Cooke Coles, Esq. John Westmorland, Esq. Edward Mackmnrdo, Esq. Secretary to the London Board— J. B. Johnston, Esq. Solicitors— Messrs. Jenkinson, Sweeting and Jenklnson. Surgeons— Eusebtu* A. Lloyd, Esq., F.R.C.S, Surgeon at Saint Bartho lomew's Hospital, and H. J. Sanderson, Esq, 29, Upper Berkley' Btreet, Pdrtman-sqnare. Surveyor— John Belcher, Esq. Actuary— Percy M. Dove, Esq. SCALE OP PREMIUMS. Firat-CIass Risks. f» cent van. Buildings constructed of Brick or Stone, covered with State, ? ». d. Tile, or Metal, and detached or separated so as not to be affected by their contiguity to any other buildings ? 5 Buildings constructed and covered as above, but joined to other buildings not being of a hazardous nature, and not of inferior construction ? 7 6 Buildings constructed as above, but adjoining to shingle or other buildings of inferior construction ? 10 Secomlrdass Risks. Buildings constructed of Brick or Stone, and covered with : Shingles, but detached or separated so as not to be affected by their contiguity to any other building ? 10 ' Buildings constructed and covered as above, but joined to others of a similar or not inferior construction ... ... IS fi If hazardous goods be deposited in any building taken an first or second-class risks, 2s. Od. per cent, per ann. extra will , be charged. Third-Class Risks. Buildings of Shed-work or Brick nogged, and covered with. Slate, Tile, or Metal, but separated by a proper space from, so as not to be affected by any other building ? V 6 Buildings constructed as above, but joined to buildings of a superior class with proper party walls between ... ... . 20 ; If hazardous goodB be deposited in any buildings of thin class 5 per cent, per ann. extra will be charged. Goods not hazardous will be insured at the same rate as the building in which they are deposited, N.B.— Houses properly built of Stone or Brick, and covered with Slate or Shingles, but sufficiently detached or separated by proper party walls from other buildings, will be deemed according to circumstance* as first or second-class risks. No insurances will be taken on Wooden Buildings. UAZABUOUS GOODS. Cotton, Flax, Hemp, Oil, Rosin, Saltpetre, Spirits, Pitch, Tar, Tnr pntine, &c. RATM FOR SnOBT PERIODS. Not exceeding three months — One-half of annual premium. ' ' six ' —Three-fourths of ditto. All hazardous, double hazardous, and special risks will be subject to particular arrangement. . —? ACBAMAN, COOKE, & CO, . c Agents, CnniMtTMt

PORT ELLIOTT. ^' £LV c. a. hull; ' - - X SHIPPING, LAND, ' \, .:' ' . ' ' ? ' ':. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. MR; GOLDSTONE, SURGEON DENTIST, LEIGH-STREET, ADELAIDE. DENTAL OPERATIONS and ARTIFICIAL TEETH on improved London principles of Comfort and Tear. ? ' ; . Attendance from 10 till 4. WILLIAM PATERSON MACKAY, TINSMITH, C U B E 1 E-8 T E E E T. THE DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY. A FULL and COMPLETE REPORT of the 'A. PROCEEDINGS of the DIOCESAN ASSEMBLY, including le BISHOPS PASTORAL ADDRESS, will appear in the Observer r Saturday next . ' ^N SALE, at the Office of this papei^ Emigration Forms Forms of Applications for Crown Lands - ' - Depasturing Forms Seamen's Advance Notes Agreements for Masters and Servants ' ? Writs, Subpoena Writs of Summons. ? . *' MONEY TO LEND. rHE DIRECTORS of the SOUTH AUS TRALIAN MUTUAL ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION are repared to LEND MONEY on Freehold Security. For particulars, apply at the office, Peacock's-buHdings, Hindley treet, from 11 to 1. : ? ' R. E. TAPLEY, Secretary. NJ$.— Insurances against loss or damage by fire effected on reason ble terms. . 7th October, 1852. ? - ? . ': ..V HyTONEY TO LEND in various amounts, on l.tJL Mortgage, or other Securities. : ~ . E. A. WRIGHT, Land Agent ixchange Chambers, King William-street, Next the Savings Bank. N.B.— Advances made on Assay Certificates, and Escort Receipts. 1%/fONEY to LEND, in sums from £50 and [T I upwards, on Freehold and other Securities. Apply to ' ? . J.RICHARDSON, House and Land Agent, King William-street MONEY-ORDERS REFUSED. 2JAMUEL HART, Wholesale Draper, will not 3 take any MONEY-ORDERS after this date.. Hindley-street, January 5th, 1853. . A T a MEETING, convened by advertisement, Zi_ at the Star Hotel, Hindley street, to offer a TESTI ilONIAL to MR. INSPECTOR ALFORD, Mr Ashton in the Chair— it was proposed by Mr Latter, and seconded by Mr Thomas Ottaway— ' That Mr Gouge be appointed Deputy-Treasnrer, for the purpose of sollecting funds, and handing tho same to the Treasurer.' Proposed by Mr Sims, and seconded by Mr Williams — ' That it is desirable to postpone the next meeting to this day month, »th January, 1853, when all persons who hold lists, or have received lubscriptions, are requested to attend without fail. The meeting to be leld at the Star Inn, Hindley-street, at 7 o'clock p.m.' W. B. ASHTON, Chairman. ? December 20th, 1852. HE MEMBERS of the SOUTH AUS TRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB are requested to meet at Schmidt's Hotel, . This Day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, on important Dusineas. , ? J. PHILCOX, Hon. Secretary. GAWLER TOWN RACES. T'HESE RACES will take place on Wednesday, -*? the 19th, and Thursday, 20th January, 1853, under the superin tendence of the South Australian Jockey Club. Full particulars will ippenr in a few days. Subscription lists are open at the Exchange, the Black BuU, and the Victoria Hotel, Adelaide. J. S. SHARPE, Secretary. Gawler Town, 3rd January, 1853. McKINSEY'S GOLDEN OINTMENT.— This Ointment is a certain cure fof all wounds, sores, and cuts. No person going to the Gold-fields should/ be without this invaluable remedy. ?' To be had at the Register and Observer Office, Hindley-street, Ade laide. IF a young man named OLIVER, nephew of Mr. JOHN TEMPERLEY, of London, is in the colony, he is earnestly requested to communicate with the undersigned, at Mr. Calton's, Port Admiral Hotel, Port.   THOMAS SPENCER. INVERLAIR. . ' IF Mr. A. ALLAN, lately of Inverlair, Inver ness-shire, has come to the colony, he will receive a» letter from bis son RICHARD, on calling at the office of this paper. PRINTING PAPER. I1T ANTED to PURCHASE, DOUBLE ROYAL, DOUBLE ME W DIUM, or DOUBLE DEMY PRINTING PAPER. Apply it the Register and Observer Offices, Hindley-street TO MERCHANTS, DRAPERS, AND OTHERS. A GENTLEMAN of thorough Business Habits, who has had a' few years experience in travelling, &c, is anxious to form an EN GAGEMENT with a house of business in the colony in the above Rapacity, or as manager, clerk, salesman, or collector. References first-rate. Address to B. at the office of this paper. TO STATIONERS AND ACCOUNT-BOOK MANUFAC TURERS. \ YOUNG MAN, thoroughly conversant with the above Business, J\_ wishes an Engagement Apply by letter, H.H., General Post Office, Adelaide. A YOUNG LADY, who has had considerable experience in the tuition of the yonng in the colony as well as In the mnther conntry, is desirous of ENGAGING as VISITING GOVERNESS in the Town, the Bay, or Brighton. She is fully competent to instruct in English, French, Italian, Drawing, and Music References if required. Cards of address can be had at McComas's, J un, Stationery Warehouse, corner of Hindley and Leigh streets. 1 1TANTED, by a Young Man, a SITUATION as Clerk, Messenger, W or Light Porter, &c Address by letter, prepaid; to S. U, Post-Office, Adelaide. A YOUNG MAN of good education wishes ENGAGEMENT as BOOK-KEEPER or CLERK of any description. He is willing to engage himself for a period. Address C. C, at the office of this paper. WANTED, a SITUATION in a family, by a respectable young person who thoroughly understands Dress-making, and is ac customed to the care and tuition of young children. Apply by letter to H. G, office of this paper. WANTED, a respectable young WOMAN, capable of taking charge of au infant, and williug to assist in the management of a family. The advertiser will probably be returning to England In the course of a few months. For address apply to Mrs. Bonnett, Gawler-place. A YOUNG MAN, engaged during tlie day, would be happy to meet with EMPLOYMENT in tlie evening to KEEP BOOKS, make out accounts, &c. A line addressed to X. Y. Z, at the office of this paper, will meet with prompt attention. TO JOURNEYMEN BUTCHERS. WANTED, a first-rate Hand. Wages £3 per week, with Board and Lodging. Apply to Frederiek Pain, butcher, King William street. ' * T)LACKSMITUS WANTED. Apply to James Adamson, Hanson JJ street. ' ? *ith January, 1853. TIT ANTED, a GOOD BLACKSMITH-one who has been used W to wheelwrights' work would be preferred. Apply at the Wheelwrights' Arms, Roper-street, ? . ? . _ P.8HEBWIK, WANTED immediately,' TWELVE GOOD WAISTCOAT MAKERS. Apply to M. aud S. Marks, Drapers, Adelaide. PLAIN and FANCY NEEDLE-WORKERS, may obtain regular employment ; also good, plain, neat Shirtmakers ; by applying to J. DOBSON, Draper and Outfitter, Albion House, Ruudle-street, Adelaide. N.B.— Bring samples of work betn-een the hours of 10 and 12, a.m. WANTED, an ACTIVE LAD, at the Globe Inn Livery Stables, Good wages. WANTED, a Good COOK, KITCHEN MAID, and an Active LAD Apply at the Globe Inn, Rundle-street. WANTED, a HOUSEMAID. No incompetent person need apply. Apply to Mrs. Ingram, Eag'e Tavern. WANTED, in a business concern In town, a respectable middle-aged Female as HOUSEKEEPER. Apply to the Office of this paper. WANTED, a GOOD DRAY and TEAM of SIX BULLOCKS, ir good condition. Apply to Mr. Laurie, Port Adelaide. 30th Dec, 1852. . JOST, on the road between the Port and the City, on Tnesday, the j 4th, a RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET-BOOK, marked f. A nle, Perth. Whoever will deliver the same either to Mr. Collinson, at Prince1! Wharf, or to Mr. Samson, at Adelaide, will be rewarded. TWO POUNDS REWARD^ T O3T,a BLACK MARE, branded TD near shoulder, with a whlti J_j spot near eye. Two Pounds reward will be given to any Que bringing It to J. II 1 Spence, Currie-stree:. TWO POUNDS P.EWARD. JIHE above Reward will be paid to any person bringing a GOLI ESCORT DEPOSIT RECEIPT, numbered 4407, for 601 ounce Gold, to GUSTAVE WEYLANDT, Pirie-rtreet, near the Goldei Rule, public-house. NJ).— Payment of the receipt has been stopped 'at the Govemiwn Bullion Escort Office.