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Sales i»> public ludion.

Adelaide Auction Company.

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rfflHE Directors of the aboveiCompawy-having

fi. completed their arrangements and com menced business in the spacious premises «orner of King William and Hindley streets, -beg to announce to parties having merchandise, land, or stock for sale, that they will find every facility granted by the company.

Advances made on merchandise'deposited' at their stores ; on land intended for absolute sale ; and oa «tock handed over to the care of their agent, 'who will guarantee the safe custody of ali that is placed under his care.

Easiness of the week

Monday, sale of Merchandise and Xjand

Tuesday .clearing tots and advances-arranged Wednesday, sale Merchandise and Land Tfaorsday, clearing lots and o'her business -Friday, sales of Stock

Saturday, general sales of sundries.

For farther information, apply at the office on be premises ; or to the chairman, John Baker, ,'Jsq., orto NEALES BENTHAM,

Auctioneer to the Company

Adelaide Auction Company.

The Company have instructed N. BENTHAM,

to offer ? for sale by publis auction, on MON

DA Y NEXT

BAGS ship biscuit 4 hhds. gin

1 ditto whiskey I ditto brandy

3 bales tobabco

8 coils rope

4 casks corks

II kegs nails 3¿ tons paddy

4 demijohns turpentine 14 ditto linseed oil 14 bags good sugar

ll dittoS. A. barley

110 ditto oats

1* ditto fine salt

4 ditto strong ditto 46 kegs white Jessi 2 boxes glass

8 barrels mess pork

1 ditto beef ! 112 lbs. pitch 2 cases liquers

1 case raspberry wine

30 doz claret

20 doz London ale

AFTER WHICH,

A few lots to close account sales.

Adelaide AuctionCompany

The Company have instructed N. BENTHAM to offer for sale, by public auction, on SATU R

DAY NEXT

ALARGE quantity of merchandise, without

reserve, to close consignments.

Particulars in Friday's paper.

Adelaide Auction Company.

Country Sections, Town Acres, and

Houses in North and South Adelaide.

NBENTHAM, the Company's agent, has

. received instructions to offer for sale by auction, in tue second week in February, unless previously disposed of by private contract

1. -Eastern half of acre 741, with very supe rior house, cellars, dairy,-stables, two gardens, and every way fitted for the residence of a genteel family ; and now let at £159 PER ANNUM, far a term of 14 ye »rs. To any partes about to invest, this offers an admirable opportunity.

2. -Acre 26, North-terrace, with house, par den, stock yard, sheep pens, &c-, now occupied by G. Anstey, Esq., at a rental of £150 per

annum. .

3. -Acre 37, fenced, in the best part of Rundle street, next Messrs Frew & Co.; a very valuable

lot.

4. -Acre 818, North Adelaide, beautifully situated, aud has a neat cottage of three rooms

erected theron.

5. -Acre 691, South-terrace, with large con venient piêsv bouse, and turf fence. With "a very small expence, this may be made a very' pleasant residence-neighbourhood unexception able-being near the residence of his Honor

Judge Cooper, and other respectable families. j

6. -80-acre section, 351, close to North Ade

laide-o>n the slope-and admirably adapted for j villas and gardens-will be sold in ¿-acre blocks, ' or all together.

N. Bentham particularly calls the attention of1 purchasers to the above valuable lots, which he has full power to dispose of by private contract ; or, other .vise, on the following terms-20 per cent deposit, and the remainder of purchase money

in 6 and 12 months bills.

Adelaide Auction Company,

The Company have instructed N. BENTHAM

to sell '«y puulic auction, in about ten days, if not.previously disposed of by private contract- :

276 EWES i

135 Lambs !

Total_411

A prime flock to be sold together on libera

terms.

Adelaide Auction Company.

Have instructed N. Bentham to sell by public auction on Saturday, January 23rd, unless pre viously disposed of by private contract

' jp HE following valuable Estates, Houses &c

q the property of a Gentleman about to return to Eugland.

LOT I.

Is a GREEN SLIP, No. 2041 dividing Kensington from Paynhara, and is one of the most valuable blocks of land near Adelaide, quantity about 54 acies.

LOT ir. ' ¡ GREEN SLIP 2029 close to Mr J. H. Fisher's estate on the Reed Bed«, and immedi ately on the right of the Bay road.

LOTS III. to XI.

Are portions of TOWN ACRE 393, fron tages to West Terrace and Gouger-street.

LOT XII.

House and garden in Wakefield-street, of part of town acre No. 302 close to the Publie Offices. The houes consists of 6 rooms, cellar yaranda, &c. in the centre of a beautifuly cultivated garden, the establishment is avery way adapted for the residence of a genteel family

without further expense.

LAST LOT.

Is the Interest in a mortgage of £600 on section 6 at the New Port, and which from arrangements now makin? is, likely to be of

Immense Value,

Teens -and conditions at time of sal«. '

Adelaide Auction Company»

First rate opportunity for purchase of\

Land^nexttthe* y

% NEW MAGISt~KAÍ|*S COURT. '

T*e Cmripny have inducted N. BENTHAM

tb sell oy Public Auction, ia about a fortnight, unless previously disposed of by private sale,

LOT 1.-Twenty-five feet by Ninety, being

the Western portion of that first-rate situ situation known as 5 " -

MR. FINNIS'S GARDEN

LOT 2.-Twenty-five feet by Ninety, .next to

Lot 1.

Parties about commencing as pastrycooks, green grocers.-fishmongers, &c. are particularly recom

mended to these lots.

Terms-liberal.

TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,)

BY NEALE & ßELSHAM,

At their Rooms, Rundle-street, without reserve,

on MONDAY, January 25, at 12 o'clock : Qfí HOGSHEADS PORTER 4T 13 do. pale Ale

. 3 dozen yellow and red paint

2 do. flooring brads Bag horse-shoe nails

-Quantity of wire for fencing, sufficient to

enclose an 80 acre section

4 wrought iron wheels and axles

7 muskets

Bale small twine, 40 lbs

I wrought iron oven, & quantity piping 6 stirrup irons

» dozen sheep shears

Set of pewter candle moulds 1 pit saw

2 jars linseeedoil

Transparent soaps, assorted

Sauces

Travelling case

Books, namely. Blunt and Stephensons' Civil { Engineer and Mechanist, with plates; Mitchell's Australian Expedition ; 2 French Testaments ; Cave's Lives ot the Apostles ; Small's Vetrinarv

Tablet.

One riding belt, shaving case, ivory cigar case richly carved.

NEATES. & BETSHAM have also on sala at their j stores. Van Diemen's Land flour, sheep netting, biscuits, London soap, sperm candles, French

bedsteads, 4 post ditto, tent ditto mahogany, with ! curtains, complete commodes, Port, sherry, brandy, &c.

ALSO,

An excellent Phaeton.

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

BY I. NO NM US,

On Monday the 25th Instant, at his]

Rooms, Hindley street, at i o'clock,

A QUANTITY of very valuable household

Furniture, consisung of

One square piano-forte, modem

Two handsome mahogany sideboards

Two chests of drawers Secretaire Bedsteads Biretta

Tent bedsit ads Mattresses,

Feather beds and pillows

2 sets handsome choice gilt edge tea cof

fee and breakfast services Brass taps

4 pairs handsome cut glass quart décanter» j

2 glass sugar basins

,.15 dozen breakfast cups and saucers

1 wire meat safe

40 doz. sherry in bottles

and a large variety of other merchandise, winch will be duly advertised.

To Storekeepers and others.

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

BY L NONMUS,

On WEDNESDAY, the 27th instant, at the!

premiôesof Mr. T. Dungy, adjoining the Royal Qak, Hindley-street, at 12 o'clock, the Stock inaTradeand freehold Premises of the above Gentleman, who is about entering into another . business-consisting of the following, viz.

TWO TON of LOAF SUGAR

Large quantity of Crockery

Ditto Cutlery Ditto Slops

Ditto Stationery

Ditto Tinware

Ditto Ironmongery

Ditto Groceries

Ditto Drapery

Ditto Brush**

1 COFFEE ROASTER, (very superior)

And a groat variety of other articles which will j be given in detail in Catalogue,

To Publicans and others.

TO BB SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

- BY I. NONMUS.

ON FRIDAY, 29th Jan., 1841, athis Rooms,)

Hindley-street, at One o'clock rpWENTY HliDS. OF ALE

X 30 doz. prime bottled port wine, out of bond j

IO quarter casks sherry, ditto IO -buds, brandy

50 dozen claret

150 ditto bottled ale 100 ditto ditto porter

AFTER waxen,

40 bartels pork

1\ tons seconds flour

And a variety of sundries

TO BE SOLD BY FÜBL1C AUCTION,

BY I. NONMUS,

ON TUESDAY the 2nd February, 1841, at)

his Room«. Hindley-street at one o'clock

ACHOICE selection of Books by First)

Authors, and a quantity of maps and

charts-will be more fully described in a future ]

advertisement.

Timber for Sale,

AT the ** Scotch Thistle," Weymouth si rei-1,

as fullows

£ s. d.

Quartering, per hondred 0 17 0 Battens ditto 0 18 0 Joists, 6 by 2, if longer than 16 feet

at measurement 0 18 0

Good broad paling, per 100 I IO O Ditto narrow ditto 0 15 0 Two feet shingles ditto 0 12 0 Fifteen inch ditto, per 1000 1 15 O Post and rails, per 100 3 IO 0

Timber of the above .kinds

WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION

(positively without réserve J

Py N. Halles,

On the premises of P. Sidd, as"-above, th« first)

Tuesday : in eaob mooth-the first sale to take I ptace oriTuesday, February 2od. .

P. Sîdd will either boy timber intruded for these \ monthly sales, or advanea money thereon ai five )

per ctnttn ièrest.

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

BY N. HAILES.

On Monday, January 25th, at his room Hiodleyv

-street without reserve- ^

ALARGE assortment of Furniture, con

sisting of dining and loo tables, tea goys, sofas, coaches, chairs, Jbookcases, eheste) of drawers, and a great variety of other articles^ particulars of which will appear in future papers

TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,

BY N. HAILES.

On Friday, January 22, al his room, Hindley

street, at twelve o'clock

MA YARDS FLOOR CLOTH ¿Ty9 3 dozen bridles

12 «addles

10 reams writing paper I doz. cedar chairs Chip's cabouse Patent stove

7 boxes window glass

3 double barrelled guns , 10 bags bullets

Plated candlesticks Cheese cloth Drill trowsen

Mouseline<de-laine dresses i Books

! Anda great variety of other articles.

MRS. CLARKE (fate of King William

street), begs leave respectfully to. return her-sincere thanks to her friends and the public io general for the very liberal patronage she re ceived duriug her stay in King William-street, and intimates that she has .just received by the Tairfietd a very large assortment of superfine Tuscan and straw bonnets and hats; also Tuscan

and straw infants' ditto.

Mrs. C. begs also to inform them, that she bas determined .to sell at the lowest possible prices, and therefore will be happy to be favoured with a visit from her friends as early as possible.

Hindley-street,

3 Doors from Mr Blyth's, January 21, 1841.

A Stray Calf

HAS been in; the vicinty of Richmond six

weeks ; yellow colour, and branded M on the near side and rump. The owner may have the same by paying expences.

Apply to F. Skipworth, by the Bay Road,

New Richmond.

BoardCandlLiOdging

IN a private family, with or without the use of

a stable.

Apply to

MR. HESELDEN.

Pirie-street.

Candle Company.

AN Advertisement having appeared under

the above bead, purporting to bear the signatures of E. W. Andrews Esq. and W. H. i Burford, the public of Adelaide ar« requested to ' withhold their opinions upon the same, until the

j Prospectus appears in full. j

N.B. The Inserter of the adveitisements j above alluded to, having made more tiiaa one j egregious blunder, is recommence;! to abstain

from further appearance in public until better !

informed.

Jan. 2lst, 1841.

Queen's Theatre,

"Gilles Arcade, Currie-street,

TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd,

WI LL be presented for the' second time, a

Dornest c Drama, in three acts entitled

THERESE,

un

THE ORPHAN OF GENEVA.

To conclude with, for the second time, the grand

burletta, called

ONE HOUR,

OR THE

CARNIVAL BALL.

For characters, see bilk of the day.

Doors will be opened at seven o'clock. Per formance will commenceat half-past seven pre cisely. Half-price at a quarter past nine.

J. LAZAR, MAXAGI:&. VIVAT REGINA.

Public Meeting -

DISHER £ A PUBLIC MEETING will be MAYOR J /TL held at the Town Council Room, Hindley-street, on Wednesday, the 27th instant, at ten o'clock precisely, to consider the - present 6tate of the PCBLIC STREETS, and the best means to be adopted for their efficient and permanent improvement.

By order of the Council,

DAVID SPENCE,

30th Jan.. 1840. Town Clerk

MR. L. MOORE, late surgeon of die ship

Lalla Rookh, begs to inform the inhabi tants of Adelaide and its vicinity, that it is his intention ta remain "in the colony fin some time and practise as a Surgeon, &c. From his long experience in his profession and knowledge of diseases of hot climates, he feels assured he shall

be able to give satisfaction to those who may

come under his care.

Present residence, Mr. Paxton's, Apothecaries' Hall. Hindley-street.

Land Orders

WILL be taken in exchange for Cattle.

For particulars, apply to Mr. E. J. F. Crawford, office of this paper.

Four Pounds Reward.

STRAYED, from Section 753, on the

Onkaparinga River, near Air Mor phett *s sheep station, Four Working Bullocks,, all branded oh the near mid-side <5 B : one a-light red with large horns, one a dark red, one )ellow with large horns, and one white with yellow spots. Whoever will bring the same to Section 753, or to Mr Slater, at Kensington, shall receive the above reward. Association for the introduction

of Vines:

HPHE SUBSCRIBERS are informed that * Mr Platts will call upon them for their subscriptions, as the Vine Cuttings on their arrival will be the property of those only who have contributed ta import them.

HENRY WATSON,

Hon. Se*

General Post Office.

IST of Letters lying unclaimed up to I January 21st 1841. ......

, ifg.. J».(..&me»i|£dingd ..-.I , James y ;.. Iperrries, Francis.... .4 Anderson,

Anderson, Andrew .. I Adams, Mrs.5, Adams, Richard _.1

Anderson, John.... .*-.5¡ Attwill, William .... 1 Alexander, Alex-, ..

Abbott, Chas. J no. .. 1 Aickhurst, Wm. .... I Burole Mrs A.1 Barker, R. E..1

Brown, Wm.ljLillia, Henry.ul

Bell, Geo. ..1 Boliarg Robt.1 Ballard, Mr

Bauer, Charles .... . . . 1 Baker, John...I Berkeley, Capt...... .2 Baker. Mrs..I Bancks,. John..1 Brum*k.ll, Geo_.1 Bollard,. John.1 Rotting Robt. ...... 1 Barnes, Mr ........ 1 Ballard J.1 Bernard, Mts Wm..

Burn, Win. .1 Brown, James .... 1 Barr, Sam!.1 Boyce, John .i Binney, James.1 Bell, W. L.1 Bartlett, Saml.1 Brooke, Edwd .2 Bull, J. W.r...l Black, R.I Bailer, E-1 Bartlett, Geo. ...... 1 Brown, E.G. ...... 1 Both.T. H.1 Burland. Thos.I Browne. Miss .1 Boyd, Margaret ....1 Bacon, W.1 Blake, John.I Boone Mr.1 Bailey, Henry ...... 1 Brown, John........ 1

Critchell, James .... 1 Cook, Henry.1 Clark, John.1 Canham, John.1 Champley .Robt.1 Cannon. Jeremiah.... 1 Churnside, Thomas ..1 Coulthard, Wm.1 Clerk, R.1 Chambers, Wm..... 1 Craigie, Alexander.,.. 1 Cox, John....li

Cotter, T. Y.í|

Carruthus. J......... 1

Chinger, YoanCarl ..l! Crabb, J. L.1

Douiid. tV m.1 Deverill, Mr...I Davis, Mr.! Diver?, John .2 Dunloss, Dd.2 Deouison, F......... I Dun, William.1 Dowton, John ...... 1 Davies, Mr.I Dunsmore. Wm.1 Darr, Mr.1 Ea-t, Saml.1 Elder, A. L.1 Evans, Mr..1 Elliss, Mr.1

Elliott, R. 1

Forbes, John .1 Fleetwood, foo. Josh 2 Flavei, Josh. ......I Ferguson, Alexander . 1 Fisher, Thomas.1 Fitzgerald, Geo..1 Free, Mary Ann.1 Francis, Edward ....1 Fiedler, Augustus .... I

Foote, Mr. 1 Fotheringham, 'ames. I

(obnson, Christopher .1 farvis£|6eo. t¿». .... ï

Jones, Ebenezer ....I

Kight, J. W.4 Kight, James........ 1 Kelly, Wm..I Kelly, Geo. ........1 Kight. Mr..........1 Kyffin, E. O ........1 Koóx, Herman ..... .1 Kirby, John.1

Lacy, Thomas.1 Lampson, Saml. ....I Lenny, John........ 1

Love, John ........ I Lock, Mr.1 Lond, Edward.1 Logan, James.1 Letts, Geo..2 Lewis, John.1 Lothian, William .... 1 Lamont, Neil........ I Low, Charles...... ... 1

Viorris, Mr W..1 Matthews, Thos. ... .1 Mc Farl ane, Allan.... 1 Malpas, William .... I Myers, Edwd. ......I Marks, Wm.1 Macord, Mr .......... 1 Mole, Geo.I McKay, Thos.2 M vers, Edwd.1 M lucent, Ml.1 Mason, Geo.I Moore, Mr...1 Miller and Gale.1 Moore, fohn.1 Miller, Oliver .1 McLaine, Alaria ... 1 Moncrieff and Gray .. I Mitchelmore, Wm. ..1 McKinlay, Allan .... 1 McGregor, Gregor . . I Munday, Edwd.1 Marshall, Josh.1 Murray, Capt.1 Mincham, Wm.1 Murphy, Phillip .... 1

Martin, Thos.1 Mitchell, Henry _1 Nicholls, James.1 Nevring, Mrs.1 Oaky, Mrs..........l O rsm o nd, T. I Oidney, Capt. W.1 Ovtin, Thomas.2

Pinkerton, W_...I Powell, C.1 Paterson, John..:_1 Ptettyjohn, NI.3 Porter, W. F.3 Preece. Thomas.2 Peppenll, R...1 Pegler, Peter.1 Penny, Thomas...... I Palmor, Mr.1 Portbuxy, Benjn.1

Parker, Thomas.1 Pale. Mr H.G.1 Poole, James..-..1 Pat ker, B.1 Petutt, Wm.1 Potterton. A.D. C. ..4 Player, Nicholas .... 1 Peatson. J.I Patten-on. Wm.1 Phillips, H.I Preston, Wm.1 Parcell, Wm.1 Pearce, John.I Portbtirv, Mrs.1 Phillipson, G. B.I Phillipson, J. S.1

Gwilf, Francis.1 Gray, Benjamin...... 1 Goldney, William.... 1 Grainger, John...... 1 Gale, D. R. ........1 Giles, William.2 Grouetree, E.1 Goodwin, W. T.1 Gaensch, C. ........1 Gillis, John ........1

Green, Hugh. . 1 Grant, John ........1 Galpin, John.1 Grieg, Patterson...... 1 G ramp, John........l Gale& Co...1 Gulliver, Lewis...... 1 Gandell, Edward ....1 Gambell. James ..... 1 Geaghan, William..., 1 Gardner, Henry..1 Giber'an, Mr.I Gill, William.1 Gall, John..........1 Hieatt, Edward J.1 Haines, Mary Ann.... 1 Hamilton, W. C.1 Hensley, Charles .... 1 Heyer. F_..I If eulin, P. E.1 HofEnan, Mr.1 Hillier, James

Harris, John........l Holder, Edward.1

Hill, Mr. 1 Hughes, Jane........ 1 Hanley. H.1 Harrison, John ...... 1 Hawker, James

Herbert, John.......!

Hale, John..........1 Horn, Thomas....... I Hilt, John....1 Hy les, John ........1 Holmes, Mr ........ 1 Hodding, Mr.1 Harris, Mr.] Harper, Mrs.I Harding, H. W..1 Harding & Atkinson .. V Hoyles, William . . . . 1 Harridge, Fk.1

J ohttStone,Gep.1 Johnstone, John ....I

Rogers, Wm..1 Ridley, Mr.1 Ragless John ...... I Ried, William.1 Radford, Mr.1

Radford, Charles ... .1 j Roberts, J.1 [ Rodgers, Thomas ... .1 Reeve, Charles.1

Rogers, Mr J.ll Ried, Richard.1

Ried, George. . .3 j

Ross, John.1 Retallick, Wm.1 Rintoul, James...... 1 Reeves, Robert..... .1 R sely, Stokey ...... i Rowland, Moses .... 1

Stephens, W. H.1 Scott, F. M.1 Smith, H. I...1 Smith, Ml.I Stephenson, J. W..... I Smith, E.1 Scott, Mrs.....1 Salt, H. ».... 1 Semerkross, Mr.. .,.. 1 Scholar, J.....I Smith, Charles.I Stiudwicke, John .... 1 Shlienke, D.1 Smith, Joseph.1 'Shepherdson, J. B. .. 1 Sutton, Elizabeth .... 1 Sims, William.1 Stewart, Alexander .. 1 Smith, Benjaroiu .... 1 Sanders. Alfred .... 1 Sievers, Mr.1 Shaw, John.1 Smith Reuben.I

Shepherd, Catherine . > 1 (Smith, John...1

¡Stewart, Alexander . .1 j Symth, GeorgeB..... 1

¡Smith, W.-.2 |

Scholar, Richard ....1

Smith, Daniel ...... 1 \ Hornsbey.J. H.I

Humphries. Wm.1

Hoare. William.I (Thompson, G. R.1

¡Thomas, T. C. 1 Talbert, David......I [Thqmpson, W. ...... 1 Taylor. Robert...... 1 Thompson, B.I

Tull.'w...........1

Thomas, E. R.......2 rickell, Thomas ....1 Thompson, Thos. ... .1 Thompson, Airs ¡..... 1

Front, C. ..........1 Trebilcock, James.... 1 Thompson, Mary Ann 1 Jones, Owen........llTa¿<léy, Thomas ....1 Jones, Wm. IjTozer,J.

Johnson, J... .i,.... I iTale, Mr John ...... 1

Walis, Henry.

Johnson, Jas,........ 1 [Wilson, Bobert...... 1

Wright John.í¡ Wooldridge, Richard 4 Wilson, Donald_I¡ Wiydébank James.... 1 Wallig Jame* ....>.i White, Johñ4- .. -i. . 1 Walker, WÜlpam

Walker, Henry ...... i Weold, C.,1

Weatherstone, Alex...llWilliams, John.1 White, J..11 Watts, Jeremiah .... 1

Walker, William -...I Wood, James ......1 VYanchosse, John ....F Whitehead, William.. 1

Warren, jGj^rp.'Jno.. ;1 Wils6nV James ...... I Wilkins, John.1 Webb, Chorlotte-1 Woodroffe, Mrs. E. ..I

Wickham, James ....I Watts, Mr-.1 Watkins, Elizabeth ..1 Williamson, Geo.... .1 Weston, Charles ....1 Willson, Richard ... . 1 White, Thomas......1 Warner, Josh. Jas. ..1

Watson, William ... .1

Young, Master R.... 1 X. Y. Z.l Young, Alfied.1 j Young, Mrs....... .1 Young, J. W.1 Young, Mr.l

H. WATTS,

Rostmaster General.

34

Cattle Found.

BULLOCKS branded ID One ditto R

I One Ditto H

If the above cattle are not claimed in ten

I days they will be sold to pay expenses.

Apply at the office of thu paper. I Dec. 30th, 1840,

_ * CARGO OF TUE «MARYS"

7 tous flour

6*0 bags maize meal 60 " maize 50 4t oats

3 " English barley 7 hhds brandy 20 " porter

2 cases Dutch cheese

T2 quarter casks Tarragona wine 80o lbs. prime English bacon 120,000 shingles

On sale at

J. & S. BENNETT,

Gawler Place;

Estate of James Coltman & Co. NOTICE IS HEREBY filYJJN, that in

addition to the former dividends of Eleven Shillings in the pound, the Trustees are now prepared to make a further dividend of She Shillings in the pound upon all debts proved under their trust ; application to be made and proof of debts to be produced to the Trustees any day between the hours often and two o'clock

OSMOND GILLES. EDW. bTEPHENS,

Trustees to the Estate of James Coltman & Co.

Adelaide Jan. 19th,.1841.

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

A MEETING of the Committee of the Agri A. cultural Society is to be held at Fordham's on Monday the 25 January, at two o'clock pre cisely, to make arrangements pieliminary to the General Meeting of the Society and exhibition on Tuesday 2nd March. A full attendence of mem bers is particularly requested.

CHAS. BERKELEY.

Hon. Seer

The following sweepstakes for melons will I« open till Alor day, 1st March.

Sweepstakes of frve-sbillings each, p. p.,4» 4fcK best sweet melon of any varietyt to be shown at. the Agricultural Meeting on the'2nd March.

FUSSENT símica SEMIS. V. Thomas Williams William Giles

Geo. Stevenson Titos- Young Cotter W. S. Whitington Osmond Gilles

I. H. Fisher William R. Cooke William Bartley Thomas Taylor

T.A.Forrest Chas.G. Everard Andrew Murray Joseph Ind

Sweepstakes of five shillings each, p. p. for the best water melon of any variety, to be shown at the Agricultural Meeting on the 2nd March. Thomas Williams William Giles

Geo. Stevenson 1'hos. Young Cotter W. S. Whitington Osmond Gilles

J. H. Fisher William R. Cooke William Bartley Thomas Taylor

T. A. Forrest Chas. G. Everard Andrew Murray Joseph Ind.

THE largest, best, and cheapest assortment of

Woollen Cloths, Cashmeres, Doeskins, &c, in South Australia, is to be seen at the Subscribers :

Coats cut and made in fa

shionable style of any

colour of cloth, from.. £3 5 Oto £4 10 0 Trousers of Cloth, Cash

mere, or Doeskin from £ I 8 0 to £2 0 .0 Vests of Black Cassimere

from...£0 13 0to£l 0 0

No abatement made.

300 Pairs Blankets, from 14s. per pair up wards.-White Woollen Serges.

W. HOWARD & CO.,

Rundle-street.

PALMER OCKENDEN,Blacksmith, begs

respectfully to intimate to his friends and the public, that he is prepared to execute work

in all its branches in the above line at the follow«,

ing uncommonly low prices :

Horses shod at 6s. per set.

Tires cut and slmt'at from 10s. io? 2a, per pair. Bullock Bows 7s. per pair.

And all other work at the same rate, with pune* tuality and dispatch.

Terms-Cash.

King William-street, ) near the Post-office. J

ABSTRACT OF 8aXB8BTAVOnOV.

ADVERTISED TU IS DAV.

ADELAIDE AUCTION COMPANY. ON MoitDAY. Jan. 25-Various Merchandize. On SATURDAY next.-Merchandize, IK ABOUT A FORTNIGHT.-Land IN ABOUT A WEEK.-Sheep.

On SATURDAY January 23rd,-Land and house IK ABOUT À FORTNIGHT-Town Land.

BY NEALE & BELSHAM.

ON MONDAY, Jan. 25, at their Room/ Rundle«

street, at Twelve o'clock,-Merchandise. .

BY I. NONMXJS.

"Oo MONDAY, Jan. 25, at bis Room, Hindley.

street, at One o'clock-Meechandise.

ON WEDNESDAY, Jan. 27, on tbe premises of

of Mr T. Dungay, Hindley-street, at Twelve o'clock-Stock-in-Trade, &c.

ON FRIDAY, Jan, 29, at his Room, Hindley

6treet, at Eleven o'clock-Merchandise.

ON TUESDAY, Feb. 2, at 4ns Room, Hindley

street-Books, ice.

BY N. HAILES.

THIS DAT, Jan. 22nd. at his Room, Hindley-.

street-Merchandise. .. .'.

Ov MONDAY, Jan. 25, at his RoomV Hindley

street-Furniture. - *

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