? Mwomuu ? _aiihiiaa-/ta»aaye7.j THIS DAT (Irtday), NovaabeTifc 1O »a*TH1Bf DIALERS, FANCY WARE HOUBBMSN, AND OTHERS. af CASKS OUaSWARB. T0WI8 Fn~D BdBOH am iastraated te aell. at their Mart, Tab Day (IsaaayJ, H»n--bwr M, at U -WMfe~ in Gtii i—nif qr.mifnr*CT ? 41-tft. ScaakaTiuahlara, each een*n_- 35 doa. 44 S9. 10*o. A*. da. »do. M. I fa. da. 4a. SOfa., U. I fa. fa. fa. IB fa. St. 1 fa. fa. fa. 15 do. H. 1 fa. fa. fa. »fa. SI. 1 fa. fa. fa. 90fa. ?MO. S fa. fa. fa. BDfa. n, i fa. fa. fa. sofa. M. 1 fa. fa. fa. 25 do. tt. 1 fa. fa. fa. 50 fa. U. 1 fa.W— fW ? __ IHW DAT (fibber). Krvseober 26. AT TAB MART. so umneiauaDns, wvate vamojbb, ? ABO OTHERS. teats, traps, tbapb. TOWIS BND ad SOB tan BaaaJvaa iMkMliflM to aaU, at ehe-ttert. tw- n*(Mfart *«rt. as, A Mte of T1APB, aww aiaeeeiwdbaad, Wagaaattaa yno* t ? **?. »a. ? -fc TM» PAT tIHday),Hoveaaber2a. '_~ At «n KAWtAS 12 O'CLOCK. VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS IN SOSWOOD ?OO0WOOD SOUTH wpszow mTDBi-AKCtnorr AUBBXPABK ? rOKXPITO WEST EXTENSION naaAM raiBA gliftlDI FROHTAGS AT sbsghto* rLTMRONPAKK «lanyilu Am ALBERTO*. ? 90 eARTAUBCB, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. toubV-bsalpropbrty act. TEAMS MOST UBERAL. TOWNS IN D ud BON m- to— i with iiwhutitioM to eeH,at Stair MM*. Thai »?» (rridij),No«BBbet 38, a*Ue*siaak AKaiteNamherof ValoabW ALLOTMENTS aa* BLOCKS af LAND, m foltowa: All Oat VataaUe ALLOTMENT of LAND put af Bleak Ha. 4S.B6.twn No. Ml, having a fciiligiafawlaBtto QOAKUBMKtBIBr, NORWOOD. lyadaathellOOCeat. Than b » 15-feet right «( «f at the able, aad a 10-toe* right of way a*vhabaak. L««2. TheaeVifaebW ALLOTMENTS, Hofc 35 »nd 91. GOODWOOD BOOTH, wakantaga teataa*«CSOfMt bjafaptbof MO farts else, ALLOTMBn» tld, 117,118. aad2tt,eaahS0 fcatfroatagetaSowtb^erraee lyaatpthefUpfeet. AS a-a» Valaahb) ALLOTMBHTS of LAND baaagX«a.3l.2S. eaahbavaag a floatage «t 00 MkyadefUetlKtaet.aaaSla-dH, ? BBMMTOft, rnrng at* Tbajjaaaal Bm Tavam, eaoh bavins a JeanaajB af 00 iMt by ? *§«fcaf M0 to* bet*. ABthMTaawalaALLOTMBHTSaflAND, to** Ke_6*,54,«,ae«heT-e-lll; »,50a gaum park, uhlby. t ~ ? Let*. Am In ValaaWa ALLOTMENTS, bang 9m.tO a_i at, each, havtae; ? boatage of 40 |* by a death at 109 fa* to ? iqbx ran wbst extension. Lot*. Thaae Saw TtWkb ALLOTMENTS of LAND, being Nm. U Ml M, each having a Iiiiiini if iit tmt tij - ^Tr**- -* 'r t--' ' z- XOB TOWNBBDCPOF NBW GLANVILLB. Loft 7. 1»aa- Ttm TataaHb ALLOTMBNTS of LA«P.MkcMM.»T aad IOS,«Mh faaTm$ a lMfetaa*«t MBJajt by »faptb«CUObaK ALBBBTPABK. LatC that Vataabto ALLOTMBNT, No. 16. hanng »lBaa«MBBaf 100 foot to Ae maia road to the BtalV BaMh fcy a fapth tf 270 faat, and being kitkahwitaf VOLKAM. Lot8, Aa wry Vateafela ALLOTMKNTS, dtaato totha flOVXBIfMKNTTOWllBHIPof UJODIDALB, MmfVm.W.VO.-n.n.lS.^Tl, 78,79, and Ul,altuUD0ir to BaDwar-tenaoa north, and Baftvar Urn tan Ktofatoa to Haoaeoorte. Latltt. AtttkatYataaMa ALLOTMBNT of LAND Ifeff, Wbjil inhgitoBafalah-tmaaeofloetaet ?y« fapth a(U0 tot. Lot XI. Saaat TalirH- ALLOTMBNT8 of LAUD, Mag tt«a.M,S!,«mda8, baving afnmtogeof ?0 Uat by ? top* «t US Caet, to the TOWXBBD? Off nSTDA. LatU. neat Yttaabb ALLOZMBNX8 of LAND OM,tf faat by 149 feaa,atban 40 fort by l«0 tMt^babjg Haa. 1M, U», MO, and 186, in lUnfFTOBTrABK. Lot IS. TftaatVw* wry Yalaabla ALLOTMENTS of LAMP^JIai.07 and Oft, aitBata atoaa to the BjUBjODB at SBJ9HTON, ?aah baring a fwntag* of flC faatfo Downiuj ataaafc by ft dapth of 172 feet 3 iaahaB (aob tf*an«*«fB)oek 8 aad aart Block 0, of Section m, HaaaJaed of Haartanga). Lot 14. That wy Valuable AtXOTMGNTofLAIfD Ma, 179, TOWlffiHlP of ALBBfiT PABK, awria«afaMetacaof 100 feet by a depth of 159 leak. Lot IS. Thoao vary ralaabia ALLOTMENTet of LkXl-, No.. 36, K. and 38, TOWNSHIP of VATALA, adjaaatng Albaaton Bailwmy Station, having a floatage togaahar of 201 feat « inches by a ?optheflOOfaet. JUai»IBahnaBh»,2i, », and 23, havinga ftiutofi tojittw of 221 faat 3 incbaa by a fa»th«f 100 feat Sineh«. Ha iawttoiawa anvito the apadal attention OAFRAUiTS AND OZSSSS i»tbaaaiwi»aurt»t lab^artiaMBclvtabvaa.
AUCTION. ton,8peenIatota,Peaoaa in wezahof atteafor Solnirtwn BandoDoea, and othata a.£AE8 OOANOBof punhaeing Land in neady «my anawrii. Tidea— Torren»'« Act. Tciaaa Twenty per cent; the balanee eaa remain far three yetn at 7 percent. Mam of the above m»ybaaoen»tB«gaUrt. THIS DAT (Friday), November 28. ALLOTMENTS AT PLYMTON PARK. TO CAPHALIBI3, INVK3IOES, AND OTHEBS. TOWN8BND and SON are inrtnwtod to .ell, »t their Mart, This Day (Friday), November 20, at 12 o\doek— Lotl. That ValnaUe ALLOTMBNTot LAND, being No. 4, PlYMPTON PARK, Having a frontage i* 50 by a depth of 121 to 148 ft 1 in. Lots. All thoae TalnaUe ALLOTMENTS, betBg Nob. 21, 22, aad 2S, BRIGHTON, Bach having a frontage of SO feet by a fapth of 120 feet. ? OaTaUBSDAT.Deeeinbat 2. ATTHBMABT. THAT VALUABLE BLOCK OF LAND SITUATE AT THE OO&HKR OF THE VABKSmS-TXBBAOB AND THE OUCN OBMOND-BOAD, ON WHICH 8TOOD THE WELL-KNOWK FEBGUSSON MILL. TO CAPIIALIST8 AND OTHESS. TOWNSEND and SON are favored with inatractiona to aell, at their Mart, oa Thvaday, Daeeeaber 3, at 11 ottoak— That vary Valuable BLOCK of LAND attaate at the eorner of the PABKSIDK TBKEAOB aad the Glen Oeaaond-foad, oa vihish etood the weU-knovm Fecgaaaoa Mill. The above vriU be bid oat is «uital»l« allot ments. lithograph Plans will be prepared and issued iadneeoarae. TermM-30 per eeat.; the babaoe by bills, 3, 0,9, aad 12 months, bearing interest at 7 per caut.perannnga. On THu\tSD AT, Deeember 2. AT THE MART, KING WILLIAM-STREET TO CAPITAUST3, INVSBTOBS, AND OIHBE3 TOWH8EO and S ON are favored with instructions to sell, at their Mart, oa Thandey, Deoembet 2, at 12 o'clock— The following VALUABLE PBOPEBTIfii— Lotl. NORTH ADELAIDE. JBRNXYGHAH-ST&EBT, 88 feet frontage, depth .witbrighu- of-way. Lot 2. NORTH ADELAIDE, MAOKINNON-PABADB. Three Detached HUUSB3, Fosr Booms, Bath, aad Pantry, together or separately. Lot 3. GLBNELG, JETTY-BOAD. OORNER BLOOK, 50 feet by 105 feet; valuable Building Bite. Let 4. NORTH UKLBT, ALLOTMENTS No. 79, 80, 81, 82, 70. aad 72. Lots. HAWTHORN, ALLOTMENTS 3, 10, 87, and 100, each 100 feet by 200 feat, LotO. BUBNSIDE, HOUSE of Six Rooms, aad thrae-^aarter Lot 7. MARION-ROAD, HOUBS, Six Booms, two acres Land, flUbling, and Oatboildiaga. Titiea— Real Property Act. Teraaa— SO per ecnt. deposit; the remainder of the purchase aoay remain at 6 per cent, per aannm For farther particalara apply to Anctionears. On SATURDAY, December'!!] PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ON THE GROUND, AT S O'CLOCK. TO CAPITALISTS, INVESTORS, MEUBEB3 Ok? BUILDING BOCIEriES, AND orUEliB. WESXBOUR^E PARK, WESTBOURNB PAdK, Adjacent to the NADtNE RAILWAY, And aboat half a mile from THE MITCHAM TRAMWAY, and aear the GOODWOOD RAILWAY STATION. TITLE, RBAL PROPERTY AOT. TERMS EXCEEDINGLY UBBSIL. TOWNSBND and SON are favored with insaraetiana to sell, on the ground, cat Saturday, December 11, at 3 o'elock— That Valuable SECTION of LAND. No. 253 eontainiog 80 Ames, and bid oat in soluble AUotmeBts, making aboat 190 Blocks. The above valuable Section is delightfully aitaated between UKLBT AND GOODWOOD, and is dose to THE NAIRNE RAILWAY, which runs through the Laud. Application has been made to the Government aad consent haa been given by them, to lay tae water on co the asaal guarantee o! 10 percent. The property is situated in a TRULY DELIGHTFUL SPOT, embracing and commanding a splendid view of these*, the hills, and the plains, and is within a. half mile of THE MTCCHAM TRAMWAY LIKE. Tise Land is high and dry, and the soil is ex cellent. The Auctioneers confidently call the attention of all classes to the above important sal*. Title— Besi Property Act. Terms— 10 per cent, deposit, the balance by bais at one, two, or three years, at 6 per cent. Lithograph plans will be prepared aad issued indce cooise. Remember— Om the Ground, on Saturday, Deeember 11, at 3 o'clock. ? THIS DAY (Friday), NovembeTse: ROYAL HORSE BAZAAR, SBABNAED and CO. will aell, at # 2o*doek— A NUMBER OF USEFUL HOESES AMD SI VBRAL COMPLETE TURNOUTS. EnbieareeaivednptohoarofSaie,
Auctions. THIS DAY (Friday), November 26. 3 OASES ASSORTED TUCK BOOKS AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS. WITHOUT RBSERVB. TO BOOKSELLEBS. STATIONERS, DEALERS, AND OTHERS. MAUB1CB SAliOM and COMPY. ate instroeted to aell by anetion. at their Mart, This Day (Friday), November 28, at 11 o'clock— 3 Oases Aworted TUCK BOOKS and bemorandom Books. NoBeserve. THIS DAY (Friday), November 26. LABGE SCHOOL MAPS, BOOKS. SET CARTOONS, AND SUNDRIES. TO SCHOOL TEAOHBES, STATIONERS, AND OTHERS. MAURICE SALOM and COMFY. are instructed to sell by auction, at their Mart, This Day (Friday), November 23, at 11 o'clock — 12 Large SCHOOL MAPS of Africa, Asia, Australia, North and South Am»ri«» and the World 2 sets (each 7) Large Oartoons of Scriptural Subjects, in black and gilt frames Lot Books, Photo Stand Inkstands, Images, and Sundries. THIS DAY (Friday), November 25. 1 CASE ASSORTED PUFF-BOXES. TO FANCY WAREHOUSEMEN, OHKMIST3, AND OTHERS. MAURICE SALOM and COMFY. are instructed to aell by auction, at their Mart, This Day (Friday), November 26,atU o'clock — 1 Case Assorted PUFF-BOXES, Enamelled, Out, Baby, Views, and Bell Enamelled. THIS BAY (Friday), November 26] FIVE OASES OIL PAINTINGS, OLEO GRAPHS, AND CH&OMOLITHOGRAPH3. TO PICTURE DEALERS. PARTIES FUR NISHING, AND OTHBKS. MAURICE SALOM and GOMPY. are tnstraeted to aell by auotion, at their Mart, This Day (Friday). November 36, at 11 o'clock— 9 OIL PAINTINGS, in handsome gilt frames 2 do, Swiss Lake and Lake Coma 12 do, on Metal, various subjects 12 Oleographs in gilt frames and mounts 12 Qtuomofitbogcaphs in gilt frames. THIS DAY (Friday), November 26. 1 LARGE MUSICAL-BOX WITH BELLS. 2 SMALL DO. TO MUSIC-SELLEK8, FANCY BAZiAB KKBPBRS, WATOtf AND CLOCK aiairitpft AND OTHERS. MADK1CB SALOM and COMPY. are instructed to aell by auction, at tteir Mart, This Day ( Friday ), November 26, at 11 o'clock— 1 faandiome Urge MUSICAL-BOX, 6 tune*, with bells and indicator 2 null do. do, 4 and 6 airs. THIS DAY (Friday), November 26. 4 GEERINGS PATENT FIREPROOF SAFES. 1 MILKER'S DO. DO. DO. TO IRONMONGERS. BANKERS. AGENTS. AND OTHBRd. MAUK1CE SALOM and COMPY. are instructed to sell bv auction, at their Mart, This Day iFriday). Novembet 26, at 11 o'clock — 1 Gteriug Iron FIREPROOF 8AFB,3J-mch 1 do. do. do. do., 27 do. 1 do. do. do. da, i0 do. 1 do. do. do. do., 33 do. ? I Milner'g Patent do. Aj. ? THIS DAY (Friday). November 2t5. 7 CASES FRENCH FANCY OHINAWARB. SUITABLE FOR OHRIS7MAS 1RADE. TO FANCY BAZAARKEEPERS. STORE KKBPKK3, DfiALERd. HAWK.1SU3, AND OTHERS. MACBICE SALOM and COMPY. are instructed to sell by auction, a: their Mart, This Day (Friday), November 26, at 11 o'clock— 7 Oatet AcaortedFRENOH CHI^AWARB, cotitUting of— Large variety of Piuboiet, Toilet Bottles. Aeb Zcaja, Ornament*. Figures, Sofa Boxes, Trays, Mustard-poU, SpUlbOKCs, Toilet Seu, Glass Vaies, BoUlea, Lava-boxes, Bronae, Tall, and Chamber CandleMickr, &o , tm. Suitable for OhrUtmaa Trade. Without Reserve. On WEDNESDAY, DtcwuberL TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AT 7 tyciJUCK. IN THE 3VKXI.NG. AT THE INSTITUTE, WOODVILLE. WOODVULLB SOUTH. woodyille tioara. MOST KUGIBL8 BUILDING SITES OS r ak rour-KUAu. TO CAPITALISTS, BUILDING SOCIBTIKS, St-KCULAXOKa. BUILDSUS, ANO OTHERS. MAURICE SALOM and COMPY. are instructed by the Proprietors to sell by public auction, at tne Institute, Woodvilte. on Wednesday, December 1, at 7 o'clock in th. evening — All that Valuable riot of LAND, Wing part of Section 408, UUNOKKD ol Y AT ALA, sub divided and laid out as WOODVU.LB SOUTH, and comprising 25 Allotments, most eligibly ?ituated, aud fronting the PORT-ROAD and MARY-STREET. These Allotments are in close proiimity to WOODVILLB OttUECa AND RAILWAY SrATION, and are well adapted for business porpocesor for erection of private booses, and being situated on the west side of the road are free fipm dust, and command best position for the eta breeze ; in fact the site is the very beat in Woodville. Title— Real Property Act. For Plans aad any further information apply to the Auctioneers, City Auction Mart, Hindley etreet. Terms liberal. FRELIaONARY NOTICE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, AT THB MAhT, BY OBDElt OF MESSRS. BLDKU, 6MIIH, & CO. THE ENTIRE CARGO OF TOG HAOH.EL. DAILY EXPECTED FKOftI FOOCHOW WITH A SPLENDID ASSORIMENr OV FINfiJiT SUV SEASON TEA4. 8,866 CHESTS, HALVE*, AND BOXB3. TO MERCHANTS, SHIPPBRS. GROCERS, AND THE TRADE. MAUBIC£ SALOM and GOMPY. . are instructed by Messrs. Elder, Smith, and Co. to offer for sale by public auction, at their Mart, Tmmwliataly on arrival — The ENTIRE OARGO of the RACHEL, cj;u prising — S,U9Ofaest8 ) FINEST 8.466 Half-cheets V NEW SEASON *^78Boiea J TEAS. The above well-known veasel.having received dispatch from Fooohow on the 22nd August, is now daily expected to arrive. The special attention of the trade is directed to the above shipment, which comprises consign ments of very carefully selected first-clasi Teas, ?uitable to the Adelaide market; ? THIS DAY (Friday), November, 26, at 1 p jn AT THE BRIGHTON INN YARDS, BRIGHTON. TH. AYLIFFB will sell— ? 25 HORSES. Heavy and Light Harness 25 Dairy Cows, Dray 8, Farming Implements, Vehicles, &c. Entries up to hour of Sale. 327,8,31
? Auctions. ? TBIS DAY (Friday), November 26. AT PORT PIRIE. BY ORDER OF THB LIQUIDATORS OF THB SOUTH AUSTRALIAN CARRYING COMPANY. ALL THE SURPLUS PZiANT.&c, VALUABLE ALLOTMBNT LAND, NO. 110, SITUATE OO&NBR GERTRUDE AND NORMAN bTRBETS. PORT FIRES. FJ. B O T T I N G o la instructed to «ell by public auction, by order of the Liquidators of tne South Aus- tralian Carrying Company, at Port Pirie, TbiB Day (Friday), November 26, at 12 o'clock, comprising — 6 DRAUGHT HORSES 2 Trollies J£ Sets Harness 1 Buggy and Harness 1 Steam Donkey-engine 6 400-gaIlon Tanks 30 Wharf and Hand Trucks 500 Empty Bags 40 Truck Sheets 1 Trough (water) 3 Scales Quantity Galvanised Iron Dnnnage Wood 1 Fireproof Safe 1 large Oopying-press Large quantity Sundries AISO, All that Valuable ALLOTMBNT of LAND No. 110, situate at the comer of Gertrude and Norman-streets, 166 links and 311 links respec tively. For Positive Sale. For further particulars apply to tbe Aue tioneer ; or at the Carrying Company's Offices, Grenf ell-street, Adelaide, and Ellen-street. Port Pirie. ? 825-31 On SATURDAY, December 4, at 350 p m. OK THE GROUND, KENSINGTONTER RACE, NORWOOD, CLOSE TO TRAM WAY. 7 VALUABLE BUILDING ALLOTMBNTS, COKNBtt KENSINGTON-TERRACE AND BKCLAH-EOAD, NORWOOD. FJ. B O T TING is instructed to sell by auction, on the Ground, corner Kenrington-terrace and Beulah road, on Saturday afternoon, December 4, 1880, at S.30 pro. — 7 Valuable BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. close to Tramway. Term*— £25 per cent, deposit, 25 per cent. three months, and balance can remain on mort gage at 7 per cent, if required. Title Real Property Act. 331naiB-9 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ON AN EARLY DAY TO BE NAMED. GLANVILLE WHARF— AT THE PORT— GLANVILLB WHARF. CARGO OF THE NORDSTJBRNBN, FROM KAKLSBURG. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS. CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS. AND OTHERS. PBIME DEALS. PBIMB DEALS, PfilMB DOORS. F. J. B O T TING has received instruetions from Messrs. P. Levi Jt Co. to sell by public auction, at the Port, on aa early day to be named — Tbe Whole of KOKDSTJEBNEJTS CARGO. LAB. 9x3 9x4 11x3 11x4 LBB. 9x3 9x4 UiS 11x4 LCB. 9x3 9x4 11x3 11x4 LDB. 9x3 9x4 11x3 11x4 2,031 Prime Doors, aworted etxea. 328:. AT THB COMMERCIAL SALEROOM, 03, HIM-LBV-STRKBr. THIS DAY (Friday), November 26. at 11 o'clock. RETURNED SUGARS, EX FARNINGHAM. TO GROCERS AND OTHERS. MJ. SOLOMON and COMPY. will sell at their Mart, This Day (Friday). November 26, at 11 o'clock— 350 1'ocken acd Bags Returned and Slightly Damaged SUGARS, ex Faringham. For positive unreserved sale. 330-1 THIS DAY (Friday), November|26, at 2 o'clock sharp. AT MESSRS. FORHBY & BO ASH'S HORSE BAZAAR. 200 HEAD COLT3 AND FILLIES. Gand H. BENNETT have received instructions from Messrs. Fisher and Hill to seU by auction, as above — *)i\Cl Utad Unbroken COLTS and Zi\j\J FILLIES, suitable for all ligfct work. The attention of Coach and Cab Proprietors is called to the above lot of Horses. ? 32231x335 TO-UOKKOW (Saturdar), November 27, at 10.30. BEHIND THB CENTRAL AUCTION MART. iAil'OKTKD POULTRY AND D308. D\V. MELV1N is directed to sell, in the Store at the rear of the Mart — WHI1E COCHUiS Partridge Cochins Ked Brahmaa Hamburg* Aylesburj Ducka Parrots and Dogs. ? At half -past 10. ? TO-MOKKOW (Saturday), November 27, at 11. ADELAIDE CENTRAL AUCTION MART. THE WJ2KKLY MISCELLANEOUS SALES. DW. M E L V I N ? will, a* usual, sell — A Quantity of GENERAL FURNITURE Bedsteads and Bedding Household and Miscellaneous Bundriei Office Table, S Drawers, Pigeon-holes and Slope Office Table, 2 Drawers, and Slope Chests of Drawers, Withstands Tables, Chain, Sofas Blacksmith's Bellows, Books, Harness. Etceteras. ALSO, In Estate late Dr. Henry, by order Curator— Cupping, Midwifery, aud other Instruments. MONDAY, November 29, at 11. MOIDART COTTAGE, SALOP-STREET, NORTH KENSINGTON. BY ORDER OF MR. JAMES STEELS. DRAWING, BEDROOM, HALL, AND KirCOEN FURNITURE. DW. MELYIN is instructed by a Mr. Steele (who in about .visiting the Eastern Colonies, and iutenda relinquiahiug hoosekeeping) to sell— GENERAL FURNITURE and HOUSE HOLD EFFECTS, including— WARDROBE, BOOKCASE, CHIFFON NIEEE Couch, Whatnot, Eewing Machine Chest of Drawees, Hatstand Caipets, Floorcloth, Hearthrugs, Hats Fenders and Irons, Pictures and Ornaments Chairs, Tables, Sofa, Curtain Poles Books, Specimens, Fancy Articles Washstauds, Toilet Glasses and Ware Commode, Cupboard, Kitchen Dresser Bedsteads, Palliasses, Mattresses Patent 14 angle. Washing Furnace, Tubs Meateafe, Wheelbarrow, Tools Cooking Utensils, Crockery And the USUAL SUNDRIES and MIS CELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD REQUI SITES.
? Auotiona. IMPORTANT LAND SALE. ON THE GROUND. MITOHAM. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), 27th NOVEMBER, 1880, AT THREE O'CLOCK m CHB AnBBBKMK. SPLENDID SUBURBAN BBTLDING SITES. CLOSE TO THE MITCHAM TRAMWAY TERMINUS. _______ TO SPECULATORS AND ALL OTHERS SEEKINa PROFITABLE IN VESTMENT. fi BEEN and CO. are favored with \~K instructions to aell byaaeiion, IO-MORROW (Saturday), S7th November, ON THE LAND. AT THREE O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON, Portion of SECTION 249, HUNDRED of ADELAIDE, laid out as MITCHAM, which has been subdivided into BUILDING ALLOTMENTS, of convenient sixes, abutting on to wide street*, and varjing from SO to 100 feet frontage by 175 feet in depth. The Auctioneers in ealliqg attention of per sons desirous of obtaining oliginle Sites for Buburbin Residences, would -draw special notice to the delightful position of these blocks, which being situated on HIGH GROUND, command Extensive Views of the H1T.T.H, PLAINS, and SEA. The Tramway Terminus is close to tbe land, and affords regular and eomfortabte means of communication with ADELAIDE. Mere expeditious means of travelling will aeon be provided by the NAIRNE RAILWAY, the chief Station on the line being within a very short distance. The Institute anad aiasy first-dau residences are in the immediate vicinity. Water is available from the new Mitoham Reservoir. Title— Real Property Act. Terms— O_e-fearth-«*ah; balaaeeon mortgage for two years, bearing 7 pec cent, interest, and with right to pay off at any tune. lithograph plans cm be had of A. Masgeirge, Estate Agent, Melvin Ohambete; or from the Auctioneers on appHaation. ? 317ne31-2 ON THE LAND. Clt SATURDAY, 4th DECEMBER, 1830. _r TBBJSB O'CLOCK IS TH- APTBBHlWN, THE TOWNSHIP OF CAMPDBN, ?it-ato between tbe lines of HOLDFAST BAY aad ADEL-IDE AX0 GLBNfcLG RAILWAYS, adjoining the MORPHETTVILLE RACECOURSE. IN ALLOTMENTS. GREEN and CO. are favored with instructions from Sir Thomas Elder to sell by auction, ON THE LAND, On SATURDAY, 4th December, at 8 o'clock— THB TOWNSHIP OF CAMPDBN, being tbe subdivision of portions of Sections 109 and 186. Hundred of Adelaide, aitaated oa die BAY-ROAD, between the linea of the ADELAIDE AND GLENELG aad HOLDFAST BAY RAILWAY COMPANIES, adjoining tbe ELDER RACECOURSE. The Township of Oampden offers special attractions to epeeulaton, investors, or perms about to build at a short distance from the City, aa tbe facilities now offered by the competing railways are so extremely liberal, tbe FARES being CONSIDERABLY BiSLOW the TRAM WAY RATES between North and South Ade- laide. Tbe Sea is within a few minutes' reach by tail, or by the BAY-ROAD, which intersects the Township, and to which most of the Allotment* have frontages. The rlegatrt aud oomforUble RBSaDBKOBS recently erected in the Township onder the »uprrintendreee of Mr. K. R. Stinuoo. are lor Sale, and will be offered at tbe same tine. Xbey areoouatx-ctadof wood specially suited for that purpose, »elected and prep-red in Canada. Tbe xematkable coolness of these structures during tbe oppress) re heat of summer is very noticeable. TITLE— REAL PROPERTY ACr. Terms liberal. Plans can be had on application to the Anc- tioneeraand attke atorphett Arms Ian. ? 3l7oe39-40 TOWNSHIP OF GERMEIN. rOSTPONEMKKT OF SALE. SPECIAL ATTBBTIOA is directed to the altered date of Sale, via.— TUE8DAY, 7th DECEMBER, 1830, AT HUBTEN O'CLOCK, IN THB KXOUANGB LAND MART, ADBLA1D3. GRBES &, CO.. Auotioaeer*. 321-e42x325-32 LN THK BXOUANGK L1ND UXRT f lRlB-aTUKKf ADELAIDE. On TUESDAY. 7th DECEMBER, 1S80, AT ELEVKS O'CLOCK. THE TOWNSHIP OF GKRMBIN. Being the subdivision of Sections 211. 213, and 213, Hundred of Telowie, Suburban to PORT GERMEIN. GUEEN and Cxi. are favored with instzuctions to sell by auction, as above — The TOWNSHIP ot GERUBIN. consisting of Suburban Sections 211, 212, and 213, Hun dred of Telowie, aijaeaut to tbe important towntbip of FOR? GBRMEIN, which have been laid out in BUILDING ALLOTMENTS. This Toirufhip is situated on the MAIN ROAD TO PORT PIRIE. Tbe Baroota Creek runs through tbe laud, and as the bridge over which all the road traffic must pass is immediately opposite the centre of thi* Township its impoaaanoe as a place of business or residenoe close to Port Germein is tnaiiifest. On the Goversmeat Reserve a4joiniag_are the tiongha, fcc- for watering teams. The Model School is only distant about fifty yards. Flans are now ready, and can be obtained at the Hotels at Port 3ermein, or from the Auc tioneers on application. Liberal Terms of Credit. S10uei2-3lBs IN THE EXCHANGE LAND MART On FRIDAY, 10th DECEMBER, 188 ), AT BLSVEN O'OjOCK PaWXSKLY . IMPORTANT SALE of VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS, situated in the TOWNSHIPS of CLAIftVILLE, WARD TOWN, PBrSBHSAO, LARGS, SWANBEA, BRIDGEWATBR, aud DAVINGTON, on LBFEVRE'S PENINSULA. ALSO, in Townships of HOS3LYN ard NRW QlTBSiJST JWN, clote to l'ort Adelaidij, A!fD ALL0TMEN73 AT EDITH BUEGH. G££EN and OO. are favored with instructioM to sell by auction, as above — OLAIBVILLE (Semaphore). Allotments 6, 1, 8, U, 12, 13, 15, 16, 24, 25, 26, 31, 43, 44, and 48, each having a frontage of SI ft. 3 in. by a depth of 100 ft., situated in the best part of the township, and are in every way admirably situated for the erection of seaside residence, being within two minutes' walk of the JETTY AND RAILWAY TERMINUS. These Allotments will be offered separately. WARD TOWN (Lefevre'e Peninsula). Allotment 2, measuring 80 ft. by 228 ft. PETERHEAD (Lefevre's Peninsula). Allotment No. 67, having 58 feet fronting Government-road by 120 feet deep along Rose street.
Auctions. l DAVINGTON (Lefevre'e Peninsula). Allotments 24 and 25, each baring 50 feet rootage to Johns-street by 145 feet deep, litnated dose to tbe new JTBRVOIS BRIDGE. EDITHBURGH. UIotmentM, aitaated at tbe corner of Blanche ?nd George ?teeste, containing i Acre. Uktment 53, sttnated on conjunction of Blanche and Henry streets, containing 1 Acre. Ulotment 31, corner of Blanche and Gross streets, containing about tfaree-quarten of an Acre. NEW QUEENSTOWN. allotments 65a and 60a of part of Section 415, HUNDRED OF YATALA. Ore undivided moiety in ALLOTMENTS 185 and 186 ot Sections 1062 aad 1083, laid out as Hie TOWNSHIP OF L1RGS [The proposed aiteof new Oataide Pier): both lota have aea frontages. ROSSLYN (on the Dry Creek Loop-line). Allotment j 96, 97, 98, 113, 114, U5, 178,179, 160,_Bdl8L BRIDGEWATER (adjoining Birkenhead). Allotment 7, fronting Victoria-road, 50 ft. 9 in. by 90 ft. deep Allotment 74. fronting GoverBrnent^oad,4i ft. by 127 feet deep Allotment 19, fronting Parker-street, 40 ft far 100 ft. deep Allotment 76, fronting Gann-street, 50 ft. by 100 ft. deep, along Oraigie-atreet. SWANSEA (LefevreTpenmsuU). Allotmenta 193 aud 196, Germein ateeet, each 50 ft. by 165 ft. The Military-road ia now made past this Township. The above Properties arc for ABSOLUTE SAXB to close accounts. ? 831ne45 IN THE EXOtiANG LAND MART, 'prpti'iavgyj^iCR'P- Oh FRIDAY, 10th DECEMBER, 1880, AT BLKVBK O'CLOCK. VALUABLB BUSINESS SICES on the SEMAPHORE-ROAD, dose to JETTY AND RAILWAY TSBIORU3. FOB POSITIVE SALE. GREEN and OO. are favored with instructions to aeil by auction aa above— THOSE VALUABLE ALLOTMBNTS, Koa. 5,6,7, 8, part of Sectioa 1119, Letevre*s Penin sula, f amno8 a splendid block for BUSINESS PURPOSES FIBST-OLAB8 RBSIDENaK. The Laud tea a frontage of 134 ft to 8BMAPHORB-BOAD, by 133 fa. along a street at aide, wWeh eaparatai it from the residence of George Bfaomey, Btq. ? Title— Baal Praperty Act. 831ne45 IN THB XXCHANGELAND w*'^ Oar FRIDAY, UJsh DKOBMBBB, 1880. ax aiEvaur oVsock. RE PASKINS &. HAYES, INSOLVENTS. SUBSTANTIAL SIX-ROOMED DWELLING HOUSE, AT NEW THBBARTON. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. GREEK and CO. are instructed by the mortgagees to sell aa abovE — Allotment 285, in the TOWNSHIP OF NEW THEBARTON, having 50 feet fronting NORTH-PARADE, by ISO feet deep. Together with the HOUSE of SIX ROOMS, nearly new, buQt of Glen Osmond -tone, and roofed with iron. All the work is of the beat character, it having been erected by Mr. Paskins for his own occupancy. Title— Real Property Act ? 831B-48 It* XHJS KKOUANUB LAND MART, Oh FRIDAY. 10th DECEMBER, 1880. AT EIETAH O'CLOCK. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. STORE WITH DWELLING ATTACHED, AND FOUR THKfcK-KODMBD COT TAGES, AT WBW THEUAKTON. GEEEN and CO. are instructed to »ell by auction — PART of Allotments 222, 223, and 221, in the Township of NKW THEBARTON, upon which axe erected FODli weU-built OOT TAGBS, each of Three Rooms, also STORE, with DWELUKG-HOUSK of Twee Rooms attached, situated as the eorner of AfcHLEY AND EAST ST8BST3. The land has a frontage of 15'j feet, by 125 bet deep, with road at tear. Arrangements can be made for greater part of iiUrciiasti-money to remain oa mortgage if desired. 331us45 FlihUJlLKAiiV XOno£ ON AN EARLY DAY TO BE NAMED. SPLENDID BUILDING SITES MITCHAM. GEEEN and CO. are favored with iiuitT uctions from C. B. Hardy, Bm_ to sell by auction— ABOUT 40 ACRES of LAND, PORTIONS of SECTIONS 891 aud 892, HUNDRED of ADELAIDE. SUBDIVIDED INTO LARGE ALLOTMENTS. This block, which comprises almost the whole frontage to the FULLARTON-ROAD, dividing it from MITOHAM, f s, by reason of its magnifioent aifcnation, admi lably situated for tbe erection of a very superior class cf Residence. The whole of the Ltnd occupies an elevated position, being situated just above the village of Mitcham, aud commands splendid viewa of the SEA and PLAINS. The Miteham Reservoir is immediately ad jtoent, aud water is available from mains now laid. The -T&tDcars start within a iaw awntw? walk of the Land. The soil is exceedingly rich, and erwltent building atone eaa be obtained oa vary easy terms bom quatriei oa Mr. Hardy's adjoining Plans axe being prepared. Terms will be most liberal. 328eac IMPORTANT SALE or ALLOTMENTS ? IS SHB TOWNSHIP OF NBWHAVSN. PORT ADELAIDE. AT FORD'S HOTEL, PORT ADELAIDE. ON AN EARLY DAY TO BE XAMED. TO SPECULATORS, CAPITALISTS, MER CHANTS, AUD SHIPOWXfiKS. Z^BEEN and CO. are favored with VjT instructions to submit to auction, on an early day to be named — ALLOTMENTS IK TUB TOWNSHIP OF NEWHAVEN. SECX1ON 2018, HUNDRED O? PORT ADELAIDE, adjoining the Towr-tbip of NORTH ARM. Tbe Auctioneers, in reference to tbe sale, wish to call special attention so the rapid extension ot the trade of PORT ADELAIDE!, evidenced by the increased wharfage anoftmrno dation thereby rendered neoeasary, aad recently erected by fcb© PORT ADELAIDE DOCK COMPANY. SOUIH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY, AND THB COMMERCIAL WHARF COMPANY. All these extensions tend towards the TOWNSHIP OF NbWHAVBN, The last addition of tbe Sjuch Australian Company terminating within a quarter of a
Auctions. mileof NBWHAVBN, and to which point'' KAILWAY LIMBS, are laid down. The North Arm was originally selected as afae b«M:eitefor the '; FORT OF TffB COLONY, aa requiring less di edging and faavini deepar' water than any cttwr iiart. TbumgB-mtm&natmgeea&l*a3wt,ax*6bemm, at the present tune eaffineat waterao float |fea largest vescela ever likely «o come into hacbac.^ Tbe report of tbe at-riae Board inisaah. publubed ia gnatly in favour of j-rTaj, aticommodationfor - LARGE OOBAH STBAMERS inside the Port Si ver by onBtinui&g the dnaUaaa; . operatiaas. XiUe-Jtf.Aat. Liberal terms of payment *' Planawfflto inpared afaowing poRtia_a«g the various allobneuU. S2Seae THIS DAY(FrSdayl, Howa_berl«,_t lT~' ? oaaoBk. AT sTORatBTft'BOAHnSAZaAB. 24HORSIB. FEBBT, MOORE, k. WILKINSOBT iinte instrpaioa. from A. «. Manarr Il^,wfflaeBl9a-«MuB,«alMve- ** 24 UNBROKBN «OLTB aad FTLtlsBL. comprising 21 Draaghtsaad t Ped^greei delta. . Tbe above am wtfl^rown Btwnlr, awn wmeall h^try»r.atnrray,«iidai»fcitposaif-aaaB- ?- Tanm at Bale. , TO^ORBOW-eal«roay),gii.iiiiliil g. ~ AT THB TE^anWUB HOTEL, PTB^yg-TJiwy ? - i IMPORTANT BAUrToT^AXTJABai VRBS. HOLD PROFERTaT MBAR amAwa; . JOES CBXE0EON*ikas ce-dtfiiL aiatianliiaia ftrasO.finnaij, Ka9,to aaJB- ky anetuai* aa abcre — Tae cmder-aeiitioaEd vary vataaUe PJtO PKRTY. ciia-rtliiii of SBOTJJONSB-a.«,lB^ 201, 803.204, £05, 206, 207,«ad part of MO, Ifaf tanoDc in all fim n ? 1 iisfflj u.nA wiisaW tural aadGraaing Land, aad aaaoiiaitai aaaa* thrwabeev^MPef paddoeam, (Msta anetcd; aad ready for «xwirc»w)i--llU jmsjuIw. -' Abo, the L8ASSS arfjoJaaMjiuiig &W- T1ONS No*. 172 aid 118, eaaaalacaafoWwr Acres, at nomin-I iinisl.ajjiiaaiailliinaiawi ties of Meaap- Cowan and V«i mi, aaaa ?ataafwi^ i- *i_.W¥ngnpKn «f AT^rrainiaaata remain oa aecmity tf 4hf fcaecr^ at fcvar For fnrtber particnls-a apply ta- S. GoBaa-. ah.,aV-aaBtawrorthe tTmnn ''v^ RrmCTnhs- Balmlay. Wawaflm B7. JBala fai ? 4u'ck-k. - a^aaaigr AT EU3BBUV8 »aSEWATBft HOXBL, BBAft ftOBT eASarORKS. TCMIOBBO W (Satorday ), NananberS?. at batf-part 2 afaara. CW. FBHbT «ifl call by twcOaav ? aaaliove— 1st, Lot67aod pBrtJjot 5goiaBOPOg«25^ ALBERTOH, 09 feet te *Ubmg (m Haumif road by 120 feet, with Haaae af foac toaaav Workehop or btable. Gaodea, ica. An, awar' oaeapied by Mr*. Dowdy at 8a. week, acteata^ fcetwenKev. &GceeaWaa-l afa. TiaTia ITiajpaa rr_jflfaiwa,-T-H_aear toMwMSohodL AlUalaa Station, Gasworkt, &c B-P. Act tide. Ban termaat8ale. 2nd. «fae AUotment «? «C BEOTfON USB; BAYEWATER, oppofette 3. BL ninalaa's iata - Ksideaee, 40 feet to Marjaaaaa-ataeet hm HbV feet, withatreet atbsd,-^vii«&s_iaelroataser i-earKewl-oek._-}dLUSeStorea,a». *. Srd. About 40 no-old AlUjXMSiiTS fia- KBWARK, eaey walk tram Qwejew/s Waaafc, 8ew Doak, new Ktoto, ike. Very cacy tons at Sale. Further rjartieolaxs of *''1iiiiri i_ ? a»^i - On SATURDAY, November 27, ak 2 oVtaft^ AT TBTK im-r«MB!»T- TABD8. CL1BE. JW. GLRESON has receire*. ? inatr-ctaons from Meaara. J.O. fiaaaaaar andOo_to eellby auction, aa abovcv ataaaaV Implement Yards, Clare— The Bataaee of their SURPLUS MA— OBUBRY, vaade to aaeet '^Hw Kawaas — -m«- rt fjii« bmmii^ ju— it|n i-lp — ? ? near Pony fieapen 12 Seno-dhand Reaperc,ia working ardor,. and nearly new : 13 Winnowers, all new 9Mowers,eomenewa_d aome eecoodband. ?Umakea * 2 Sa_lisn imported do. 7 Horaenkca, bew Oaffwrttpw, Hwseworka,Pkw«Tha,*e_fc__ ASD A eoUee&n of Agrknltaral Iaapleamofaj tnn rnimnriiiii In i ? liisi Terms — Approved affirptanrw a* Ham months. ; Etmetober-Saturday, Kovembv 27. 1880. ? 33l-2rS38 -: -iOTICE. ~' THE SALS of ENGHIE3 -_!veEtta_t, ? to take place oa board the Bozaaa fc WITHDR&WK. ? LUXMOORBfcOQ- Adelaide. On MONDAY, Kovember29, ait 2 o'clock. AT THB SALEROOM, LEIGH^TRSBZ. LDIMOOBB and CO. wiU cell by aaeUoa,_e_t Maaday^t tteir ^ Salercam. Le^Ji-«trett,at»o'_leck— -- Lirge Qoaatity SHBBPaEUS. ? At?.SO— BIDES. KAKGAUUO SKINS ' WAUiABY SKINS BAtK.*c,Ac. OPOSSUM. Bale text Mocday, at the Saltnwm, Le_b- Ktitet. ? tUXMOORKfcOO. WOOL. WOOL. WOOL. On THURSDAY. December 8, at 3 o*«iO_r. EIGHTH BALE OF WOOL at ma WOOL SALBRO3M. OLD BSDHANGB. KING WILL1A.M SXRESr, ADELAIDE. LuxmoTTIb * co.: bag to annoacce to the Wookrowera meat * Mfiriamaa «f South AnstBdia that abas - &IGHTHSALB of the pnasnt Seaaog* 0% - of WOOL will be beid in ant NEW VTO» - SALEROOM, tbe OLD EXCHANGE, KESQ - WILUAM-STRKBT, Adelaide, On THURSDAY. DecamberS, CoanwaaaacatScMat^iatiwMlBmaaM. Thefceuki-WooI«il!beatoreivat»arWan- iionaes,Town and Part, and oa view two dan - priafeSafe. ^^ The Wool -HI be S^Tfr-aiCATALOGIJB, , in tbeWOOLSALKbOOaf, OU-BKOH-Jf(SE. Growers de*ire-« of )-avfaig thaw «lips offietal. at thi« Sale ate requested to feraub ftartuaUia - as toon before tbe saV- as convenient LCX MOORE A OO, ? WooJ-rokam,AaeJMde. - TUESDAY. Nova-bar 30. at S O'clock. STThT HOiiSE BAZAAR. O/\ DRAUGHT AND LISHt dU UORBBS. All jcti-e' and _aod sorts. BAlfKKK and CHAMBERS axe incbtucted by Mr. J. Ms toon (aaeB, . _b above. Teims— Appntved billa. 331ztS . IUBSDA Y, December I. at t u'dock. fcl-Utl' HUUSB RAy^-H 75 ? DRAUGHT AND MBDIDM HOSBBS FSOK NEW SOUTH WALKS, ? ? F^Mr.D.Macraaaar BARTTKR and CHAMBERS an iaatracted toeell aa above BiU teraaa. BJlaQ Jw-a-tar-iaihi- »...haaaa-,aaifaj.r. '-a-*-a -Tf FnalHiTirH W ? |T iTma __