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BY ORDER OF LLOYD'S ACENT.
John Bentham Neales j
TM^ILL'sell on the premises of that gen- \
tleman, H. W. Phillips, Esq., to- morrow the 20th of January, at 12
RG 8-1 bundle moleskin
9-1 ditto sheeting and holland 10-1 ditto ginghams and ticks. 18-1 ditto cotton rugs
19 - 1 case haberdashery 24-I pocket hops
28-1 ditto ditto * A 58-I cask knives and forks
59-1 ditto ditto
31 -1 case trays, &c.
B -^-Sundry packages ironmongery
&c, &c, &c._ 300 Powerful Bullocks, hourly expected.
John Bentham Neales
^yiLL sell the above immediately on
The Mob treated on terms.-Enquire at the Mart, from II to 3 each day
TWELVE SUPERIOR HORSES. John Bentham Neales
"ILL offer for sale by auction, on Sa-
turday next the 23rd inst.
Tweve good sound saddle and harness j horse?, which have lately arrived from] Port Phillip. Several of them have beeu accustomed to town work, and are very quiet.
They will be brought to the Saleyards,
on Friday, for inspection, when parties! will be treated with privately, and the re. mainder cleared the following day.
Further information may be obtained on application to Mr C. Gray, at the Free, masons Hotel, or of the Auctioneer on Friday.
John Bentham Neales
TMflLL SELL by auction, at the Mart,
on Saturday the 30ih January, unless previously disposed of by private
Sections 3483 and 3492, containing 162 acres of the Meadows, being one of the earliest choices and most eligible proper, ties in that special survey. This farm has been partially enclosed and cultivated, and combines the advantages of good soil, ready access to water, and a back ruo. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs A. L. Elder & Co., or of the
The Most Curious and Ele-
gant Articles ever Im- ported.
John Bentham Neales
IT AS just unpacked Five Hundred
Pounds* worth of useful and orna-
mental articles in Glass and China. They tar exceed in gorgeousness and elegance any hitherto seen in this Province.
The ladies of the colony are informed that they will be ou view and sale during the present week.
TW"OTICE is hereby given that the part-
nership heretofore carried on by us the undersigned, as Millers, under the »tyle or firm of Wm. Cooke & Co., was thi-. day dissolved by mutual consent,
As witness our hands, this eighteenth day of January. 1847.
WILLIAM It. S. COOKE. WM. PAXTON. Witness-MATTW. SMITH,
rpHE business will io future be carried fl- on at the Albion Mills, by the un. dersigned, under the style or firm of W. R. S. Cooke & Co. *
W. R. S. COOKE.
fJpHE# undersigned are purchasers of
Wheat, Barley, and Oats, at the highest market prices.
WILLIAM E. S. COOKE & CO.,
Albion Steam Mills,
AT THE STORE OF THE UNDERSIGNED.
P»ORTY-FIVE tons Van Diemen's
Land fine flour
25 tons Bush and grocery sugars 40 chests hyson-skin tea
1(< half-chests young hyson ditto 10 chests superior congou
12,000 Launceston broad paling 20 bags black pepper 4 casks soda
Bales unbleached calico Bale blankets
Cases and bales slops, containing
striped, regatta, aud «bite shirts, jackets, coats, and trousers Ribbons aad gio res
Trunks ladies' boots
Vesting and waistcoats
2 cases bamboo hats.
25,000 Havannah cigars
27 boxes Cavendish tobacco, good
3 kegs negrohead ditto ditto
5 ditto ditto, 2nd quality A few cask« vinegar.
At his New Store, Rundle-street.
Every description of Colonial Prod uce
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.
active Lad, about 16 years of age, as an apprentice for the Dorset. Apply to
MR. E. SOLOMON,
rjtHE undersigned beg to inform Inn.
keepers and others, that- having commenced raanufacturiug of counter and frame Beer Engines, Unions, Taps, &c, they will be happy to execute any orders with which they may be favored.
Specimens may be seen at MrMalcolm's, " Black Bull,'* and Mr James's, «« City
LITTLE & SAINT.
East corner of North Terrace,
^^TA NTED by a person, a situation either
as a clerk, or overseer ; has been twenty years in the wool trade ; bears his certificate from England, and has been iu this province eight years. The most re- spectable references can be given.
Apply at this office.
January 20th, 1847._
Ci EC T IO NS 1561, 1562, 1563, 1564,
and 830, all on ornear the Dry Creek, seven miles from Adelaide, aud two miles north from the Torrens. The advantages of these sections, in point of fertility and situation, are well known.
Offers may be given to Mr Maclaine, the proprietor, at Ardtornish, or to Mr George ; Morphett, Adelaide.
To let also, the enclosed town acre, 818, North Adelaide; also* section 476, Pro- vincial Survey C, Willunga district
January 18th. 1847.
V¥fANTED by'a young man of good
education, and steady habits, a situation in a store, warehouse, or shop.
Address A. A. A., at die office of this
The Office of the" South Australian"
7T*H E South Australian Sheet Almanack
for 1847, containing the usual calen, dar, changes of the moon, rising and setting of the sou, anniversaries, festivals, & c.t &c, &c.
A list of the principal GoverumeotOflScers, the places of worship in Adelaide, the signals used at the Flagstaff, West Ter- race, the eclipses in 1847, the arrival and dispatch ot mails and rates of postage, public holidays, law terms and sittings,
&c, &c, &c.
Adelaide Mining Company.
rpENDERS will be received at the office
. of the Company, till 3 o'clock on Fr'day the 22nd instant, for tbe purchase of about 50 tons of copper ore, the pro«
duce of the Adelaide Mine.
The ore can be inspected at Port Ade laide, and the particulars as to the assays can be learned at the Company's office.
By order of the Board.
W. A. HUGHES,
Secretary. Stephens Place, Jan. 9, 1847.
IN THE PRESS, ! And will shortly be Published,
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BOOK"
ALMANACK FOR 1847.
rjpHE publisher believes that this Al-
manack will be fouo'l the most useful
that bas hitherto issued from the press of this colony, lt will contain a complete map of the chief settled districts of the province, engraved on copper, by Mr Dean, the best artist in the province showing the division into counties, the situation of the copper and lead mines, and the latest discoveries of country to tbe
north of Port Lincoln and the Gawler Range ; also, a copy of the Census Re- turns, corrected to the latest date, thus giving the oame and address nf almost every householder in the province.
With the map, which is well worth 2s. 6d., the price will be only 4".
Orders received by Mr C. Platts, and at the office of the South Australian.
N.B.-Persons who have arrived since March last year are requested to send
their names and addresses tc the editor ol the Almanack, at this office.