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THE NEW PAPERS.—The South Australian Adver-

tiser, and the South Australian Weekly Chronicle, have been called into existence by the universal demand of the public for a new Daily and a new Weekly Journal, in harmony with the Spirit of the Age, of independent tone, of constitutional Liberalism, of catholic sentiment, unfettered by party obligations, reflecting honestly the opinions of the majority, and at the same time giving free scope for the exposition of the views and wishes of the minority.

To harmonize the various industrial interests of the Colony, to prove, that although diverse they are not opposed, to reconcile free discussion with good feeling, to give to every citizen a medium through which he may utter his opinions, and to uphold, none the less, the policy which the Editor himself conscientiously adopts, will be the undeviating aim of the New Papers.

POLITICIANS will find in the New Papers, a free chan- nel for the interchange of thought and sentiment on the leading questions of Legislative action.

SOCIAL REFORMERS will find in the New Papers the constant advocates of every movement calculated to ad- vance and elevate the intellectual, moral, and religious condition of the community.

The COMMERCIAL WORLD are assured that the most competent available writers will be engaged, and the utmost diligence be used in order to render the New Papers accurate, reliable, and authoritative references on all matters affecting the Trade and Commerce of South Australia, whether domestic, intercolonial, or foreign.

LITERARY MEN and the LEARNED PROFESSIONS will find that their tastes and pursuits are not ignored in the management of the New Papers.

COUNTRY SETTLERS, on reading the New Papers, will discover that, though published in town, they are not forgetful of the wants, nor regardless of the claims of

the rural districts.

CAPITAL AND LABOUR - often found in antagonism, yet essentially connected, and mutually dependent - will find both room and liberty for the assertion of their respective rights in the New Papers.

THE NEW PAPERS will aspire to realize the Unity of South Australia. They will do so, not by a vacillating, timeserving policy, but by discarding party spirit, by encouraging free discussion, by awarding even-handed justice alike to friends and foes, by supporting every measure that legitimately assists the working man to

rise in competence, and that is likely to render the land

of his adoption the scene of enjoyment as well as of toil.

The New Papers will utter plain truths in plain words ; will "call a spade"; will enunciate a straight-

forward policy, whether popular or unpopular, but will, at the same time, afford an open column for respectful criticism and generous opposition.

The New PAPERS, being of the people, will be for

the people. The numerous body of Shareholders repre- senting the capital of the Company, and including every

interest in the colony, and every shade of parliamentary

and local politics,—are a guarantee for general impartiality

of Management whilst the UNCONDTIONAL INDE-

PENDENCE of the Editor, lawfully secured by the Deed

of Settlement, ensures for the New Papers, perfect ex- emption from all external interference of whatever des- cription.  

The NEW PAPERS starting as financial economists in relation to the State, will carry out the same policy in their own business arrangements. The Advertiser and the Chronicle, will either moderate or supersede the existing high charges for Advertisements. Publicity being the soul of business, the utmost inducement will be offered to the commercial and general public, to avail themselves of the columns of the New Papers as vehicles for the circulation of every description of public an-

nouncement.

THE NEW PAPERS will aspire to be in the true sense of the phrase " Family Organs." Variety will be studied

in the selection of news ; the fireside will not be alto- gether forgotten amidst the absorbing claims of business, nor will the amenities and social pleasures of life be wholly excluded on the plea of "press of matter."  

The EDITOR, in thus making promises, hopes to per- form them, and believes he shall succeed. He appeals to the community to assist him in his endeavours, conscious that to a very great extent, a public journal must ever be what the public themselves make it. His conviction that the people at large participate in his sentiments is his ground for believing that the enterprise now launched will be prosperous.

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER ;—a Daily Paper, price 17s. 6d. per quarter, or 15s. per quarter, if paid for in advance.

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WEEKLY CHRONICLE ;—pub- lished every Saturday, with an early edition for the coun- try mails on Friday—price, 6s. 6d. per quarter, or 6s., if paid in advance.

NOTE!—From 30 to 40 per cent, reduction in the cost   of advertising. Scales of charges, &c, sent post free on application, or may be obtained at the offices of the Company, 117 Hindley-street ; or at the Branch Office, Platt's, corner of King William-street, Adelaide.

JOHN H. BARROW,

Editor and Managing Director.

TO THE MERCANTILE COMMUNITY.—The fol-

lowing is the exceedingly moderate SCALE of CHARGES for ADVERTISEMENTS in the "SOUTH     AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER' :—

ONE INSERTION.

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Notice—Advertisers are requested to observe in addi- tion to the saving effected through means of the above reduced scale of charges and liberal discounts, a further advantage is conferred by the adoption of wide columns for the New Papers. Advertisers may generally calculate Nine Words to a line. The Scale of Charges for the Weekly Chronicle shows an equal reduction.

JOB PRINTING.—Every description of Plain and

Ornamental Printing executed with economy, accuracy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, 117, Hindley-street. Orders may also be left at the Branch Office, Platts's, corner of King William-street. Notice.—The whole of the type is new.

SHIPS' POSTERS.—Captains of vessels and Shipping

Agents will do well to order their Ships' Posters and other Marine Printing at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, 117, Hindley-street ; or, of Platts, Branch Office,

corner of King Wiliam-street.

TO MELBOURNE IN 41 HOURS.—

REDUCED FARES.—The new steam-   ship

ADMELLA,

H. McEwan, is intended to sail on Friday first.

BROWN & ISBISTER, Agents, Gilbert-place. CAPTAIN SCOTT, Port.

STEAM TO GUICHEN BAY.—

NOTICE—During the following

months the steamer

ANT,  

Frederick P. Snewin, Commander, will sail between the above ports every alternate week only viz :—

FROM PORT ADELAIDE FROM GUICHEN BAY. Tuesday July 13, 27. Friday, July 16, 20.

" August 10, 24. " August 13, 27 .  

" September 7,21. " September 10, 24. Hour of sailing from Port Adelaide—1 o'clock p.m. Hour of sailing from Guichen Bay—3 o'clock p.m.

(Weather permitting.) For freight or passage, apply to

ORMEROD & CO., Robe ; or here, to

WM. YOUNGHULBAND, JUN., & CO.

FIRST VESSEL FOR SYDNEY.—The

fast-sailing barque    

VICTORIA PACKET,

170 tons, G. Fenwick, commander, will be despatched on Tuesday, 13th instant.

Has good accommodation for a few cabin passengers. For terms, apply to

JOHN NEWMAN & SON, Port. July 12, 1858.

FOR SYDNEY DIRECT.—The well-known

fast-sailing brig

JOHN ORMEROD,

178 tons, Sivier, master, will have quick dispatch for the above port.

For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board ; or to

ALEXANDER J. WRIGHT,

Grenfell-street.

FIRST VESSEL FOR MELBOURNE—

The fine A1 American barque   WHAMPANOAG  

about 350 tons English register, will be ready to load on Monday, and will have quick dispatch.

For freight or passage, apply to Captain Colson, on board; or to

ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO., Agents. Adelaide, June 30, 1858.

FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT.—The fine

A1 ship

ATREVIDA,

Capt. J. McKay, is now loading for the above port, and having the greater portion of her cargo engaged, will have quick dispatch.

For freight, apply to

ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.  

FOR MELBOURNE DIRECT.—The fine

fast-sailing barque

CANTERO,

W. Walters, commander, will receive quick dispatch for the above port.

For freight or passage, apply to

F. J. BECK & CO.

July 1,1858.

FOR GOOLWA AND MILANG.—The

steamer

MELBOURNE,  

will be despatched at 4 o'clock p.m., weather permitting, on WEDNESDAY, 14th inst.

For freight or passage apply to

FRANCIS CADELL, Exchange Buildings, Gilbert-

place; or to  

WM. OUNGHUSBAND, JUNR., & CO., Port.

SOPHIE, Ship.—NOTICE.—All CLAIMS on the

abovenamed Vessel, from London, must be sent in to the office of the undersigned on or before 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 13th instant, after which time none will be recognized.

PHILIP LEVI & CO., Agents.

King William-street, July 8, 1858.

ELLIDA, Ship.—NOTICE.—All CLAIMS on the

abovenamed Vessel, from London, must be sent in to the office of the undersigned on or before 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 13th instant, after which time none will be

recognized.

PHILIP LEVI & CO., Agents. King William-street, July 8, 1858.

NOTICE.—CONSIGNEE WANTED for One Cask, marked A in a diamond, B. & Co. outside, per Dr.   Von Thunen Tellow, Rode, master, from London. If not claimed within 14 days from this date, will be sold to defray freight and charges.

ELDER, STIRLING, & Co., Agents. July 2, 1858.

CAPTAIN ABERG, of the Helene, will not be answer-

able for any DEBTS contracted by his Crew. July 12, 1858.

HELENE, from LONDON.—This Vesseli being

berthed at Levi's Wharf, and ready to Discharge,   CONSIGNEES are requested to pass Entries with all dispatch. Any damage to be pointed out to the Cap- tain before the goods are removed from the wharf, or no

claim will be allowed.

PHILIP LEVI & CO. July 12, 1858.

THE undersigned respectfully invites inspection by

intending purchasers to the largest and best   selected Stock of PIANOFORTES and HARMONIUMS to be found in the colony, by Allison and Allison, Cadby, Stoddart & Son, and others, which for power and quality of tone are not to be surpassed, and which will be sold at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction, to make room for shipments daily expected.

Music-stools, new Music, English and German Con- certinas, Violincellos, Violins, and other Musical Instru- ments in great variety.

Pianofortes and other instruments Timed and Repaired.

S. MARSHALL,

Musical Repository, 38, Currie-street.

NOTICE.—PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS,

CONCERTINAS, FLUTINAS, and ACCOR- DIONS, TUNED and REPAIRED on the most reason-

able terms.

WILLIAM MARSHALL,

No. 124, Currie-street, near the Golden Fleece.

F. W. THOMAS, GROCER and BAKER, GREN-

FELL STREET, continues to supply his cus-   tomers at his usual terms, which have hitherto secured him so much patronage.

J. H. HUBERT, 99, RUNDLE-STREET, (near

Debney's), supplies OYSTERS at the following   prices:—  

Port Lincoln, 1s. 6d. per dozen, or 10s. per hundred.

Finest and largest Mangrove Point, 1s. per dozen, or

6s. per hundred.

Small ditto, 6d. per dozen, or 3s. per hundred.

The Trade supplied from 15s. per 1,000.

NORTH KAPUNDA STORES.—COSSINS and BREWSTER beg respectfully to thank the inha-   bitants of Kapunda and its neighbourhood, and their country friends generally, for the very liberal share of support and confidence they have received since com- mencing business ; and to inform them that, in conse- quence of contemplated alterations, they will offer a large portion of their present Stock at greatly reduced

prices.

Orders punctually and promptly attended to and

executed.

Kapunda, July 1, 1858.

THE undersigned begs to inform his friends that he

has DISPOSED of his WHOLESALE GROCERY BUSINESS to Messrs. G. PHILLIPS and Co., of 86, Hindley-street, whom he would introduce to them for a continuance of those favours so long enjoyed and now gratefully acknowledged by

T. REYNOLDS, Weymouth-street. July 9,1858.

G. PHILLIPS & CO. having purchased the GRO-

CERY BUSINESS of Mr. THOMAS REY-   NOLDS, as announced above, solicit a continuance of the support hitherto granted to him, and beg to inform those customers who may transfer their favours to them, that the utmost attention shall be paid to their interest.

The Stock has been removed to their old-established Premises, 86, Hindley-strcet, where the united business of WHOLESALE GROCERS and IRONMONGERS will be carried on as heretofore.

July 9, 1858.

THE undersigned begs to intimate to his Customers

and the public that he has DISPOSED OF his PREMISES in Hindley-street to Mr. CHAS. BOWDEN, and in consequence his BUSINESS as a WHOLESALE GROCER is REMOVED to his Stores in PEEL-STREET, immediately opposite to his former place of business.

S. BAKEWELL.

July 6, 1858.

CHARLES BOWDEN having taken the Premises so

long occupied by Mr. S. Bakewell, No. 23, Hindley- street, begs to inform his friends and the public that it is his intention to commence business as a RETAIL and FAMILY GROCER, on Tuesday, July 6, 1858. Any orders entrusted to his care will receive his best attention.

OIL, COLOUR, AND GLASS WAREHOUSE,

82, Rundle-street, 82.

H. L. VOSZ begs respectfully to inform his numerous customers and the public at large that he has just re- ceived a large supply of—

Plate Glass, in sizes from 45 X 30 to 114 x 78

Warner & Son's Patent Taper Brass-barrel Lift Pumps Warner & Son's Farmers' Patent Iron Lift Pumps

ALSO,

An extensive assortment of French Paperhangings of  

the newest pattern   Stained, Ornamental, and Plain Window Glass Galvanized Iron, Sheet Lead, and Zinc

Paints, Oils, Colours, Brushes, Cement, Plaster of

Paris, &c.

S. SMALL, WHOLESALE STOREKEEPER and

GENERAL AGENT, GOOLWA.  

J. E. WINNALL, DRAPERS' BROKER, WINE, SPIRIT, BEER and General Commission Agent,   101, Hindley-street, Adelaide.

G. & R. WILLS, WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE- MEN, 80., RUNDLE-STREET.

J. BRENTON, GAWLER-PLACE, STATIONER,

Account-book Manufacturer, Machine Ruler, Cop-   perplate Printer, &c., &c.

PETER G. HARRIS, ACCOUNTANT and COM-

MISSION AGENT, REMOVED to the Exchange Buildings, Gilbert-street.

CRAIG'S PATENT.—TO FARMERS AND MA-

CHINISTS.—LICENSES to MAKE Reaping and Dressing Machines under the above Patent may be had of the agents.

PETER CUMMING & SON, 23½, Hindley-street. N.B.—License to make a new machine, £10 10s.

do. to alter an old machine, 6 6s.

FOR FIRST-RATE Hats, Trousers, Waistcoats,

Shirts, Undervests, Stockings, Ties, or Gloves, go to HOCART'S General Outfitting Warehouse, No. 1, Hindley-street.

GALVANIZED IRON WORKS,

106, RUNDLE-STREET.

G. GRAY has now on SALE Morewood's best METAL of all sizes, plain and Corrugated, at the lowest rates.

Roofing in all its various forms executed with the above material in the best possible style.

The best and cheapest place for Tanks, Wash-tubs, Pumps, O.G. and ½ rd. Gutters, &c, &c.

MAGNIFICENT WALNUT WOOD PIANO.—TO be

SOLD, a very superior PIANO, of the best manu- facture, and containing all the latest improvements; Compass, C to A ; Tone, rich, round, full, and sweet. This instrument was selected in London by a professor of eminence for a lady in Adelaide, who, having located at a considerable distance, is compelled to dispense with it. It is sent for Sale to Mr. Platts, Bookseller, Adelaide.

NOTICE of REMOVAL.—ALEXANDER DOWIE,

BOOTMAKER and IMPORTER, begs to acquaint his numerous friends and the public generally that in- tending to remove at the beginning of next month to those NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, 63 RUN- DLE-STREET, adjoining the Hamburg Hotel, two doors from Gawler-place, and three from his present premises, he has marked down tho whole of his Stock to exceed- ingly low prices, in order to effect an immediate

clearance.

TO the BLACKSMITHS and PUBLIC of SOUTH

AUSTRALIA.—The undersigned begs to inform the above, that from and after this date the price of Best B.B.H. CROWN IRON will be as follows, viz.:—

Bar Iron, 18s. per Cwt. Bundle do., 20s. do. Sheet do., 24s. do.

R. H. CRUTTENDEN, Grenfell-street,

Opposite the Register Office. July 5, 1858.

A. F. CHRISTEN & CO., GRENFELL-STREET,

near the Sturt Hotel, Wholesale and Retail   GROCERS, WINE, BEER and SPIRIT STORES, beg to call the attention of their friends and the public gene- rally, that they have always on hand all kinds of Groceries, Spirits, Wines, and Beers, of the best quality.

A. F. C. & Co., would particularly invite the inspec- tion of their Stocks of Colonial Wines, grown by Mr. J. H. Gruitzmacher, Unley, who obtained the First prize at

the last Show.

Hotelkeepers, Institutes, and Private Families sup- plied at very moderate prices.

A. F. C. & Co. shall always adhere to their principle of selling at a small profit, in order to secure a quick

return.

LUCERNE-SEED, RED and WHITE CLOVER,

RYEGRASS, VETCHES, and V.D.L. POTATOES. —The undersigned has just received a large quantity of the above, and now ON SALE at his Store, 49, Rundle-

street.

CHARLES FISHER,

Cornfactor and Seedsman, 49, Rundle-street.  

LUCERNE and CLOVER SEEDS, at

McKIRDY & SON'S,

Cornfactors and Seedsmen, 4, Rundle-street,

Opposite Faulding's.

THEBARTON STEAM FLOUR-MILL.—The business

of this Mill will in future be conducted by the undersigned on his own account.  

Grists done at moderate price.

JOHN CHARLES THRUM. July 1, 1858.

BOWDEN STEAM MILLS and CURRIE-STREET.

—G. P. BAYLY, in commencing business on his account, solicits the support of his old connection in the Corn and Flour Trade, and will be glad to receive the favourable notice of all his friends. He has opened a Store in Currie-street (next door to the White Horse Inn), where Flour, Bran, Pollard, &c, of the first quality can

be obtained.  

G. P. B. will be happy to receive Samples of Produce from farmers, and will guarantee the obtaining of the highest market price.

WHEAT.—The undersigned is a Buyer at the highest

market price.

ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street.

WOOL.—The undersigned either purchase or advance

on Wool.

W. PEACOCK & SON. Grenfell-street, 1858.

TO BUTCHERS and Others.—Highest price for

Greasy Wool Sheepskins Hides Tallow

W. PEACOCK & SON. Grenfell-street.

TO FANCY WAREHOUSEMEN, HARDWARE

DEALERS and COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS.— Just received, ex Helena, a large assortment of—

Combs, Cutlery, Jewellery, Toys

Ladies' Money Bags, Portemonnaies, Perfumery Leather and Wax Dolls, Flutinas, Slates Indiarubber Dressing Combs

Ladies' Velvet Bags, Stationery, Scissors Tooth, Nail, Cloth, and Shoe Brushes

And an immense variety of new Fancy Goods selected by one of the best buyers in London.

W. C. BUIK, Importer. 47, Rundle-street.

OIL. OIL.—Double Refined RAPE and COLZA OIL.

The largest stock in the colony at the lowest price at W. C. BUIK'S

Oil and Camphine Warehouse,

47, Rundle-street.

THE NEW LIGHT (patronized by His Excellency

the Governor-in-Chief).—Now unpacked, a large assortment of Young's New Patent Eclipse Vesta CAMPHINE LAMPS, each Lamp warranted to give a light equal to 12 candles, at a cost of 1d. per hour.

W. C. BUIK, Importer,

47, Rundle-street.

ENGLISH'S PATENT CAPSULED CAMPHINE,

warranted free from adulteration, and to yield a pure white light without smell or black.

W. C. BUIK, Importer,

47, Rundle-street.

AMERICAN COOKING STOVES.—The New Ame-

rican Cooking Stoves, warranted to give satisfac- tion and to effect a saving of fuel of at least 50 per cent, to be seen in use on the premises.

W. C. BUIK, Importer,

47, Rundle-street.

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED WHOLESALE and

RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS in Adelaide.

T. S. STACEY & SON,

46, Rundle-street.    

PIANOS ON SALE.—KIRKMAN & SON, Piano-

fortemakers to Her Majesty.

An assortment of the above first-class Instruments, made expressly for this climate, with all the latest im- provements, on sale by the undersigned.

CROCKER & CO.

Regent House, Hindley-street.

VICTORIA STEAM SAW MILLS, Franklin and

Grote-streets, near Victoria-square. Timber of all dimensions, up to 48 inches deep, sawn without delay.  

Deal, at 4s. per 100 feet, superflcial Balk Timber, at 8s. " "   Cedar, at 10s. " "   Carted from the Mill to any part of the city free of charge. Timber stacked for sawing, which may remain three months free of charge.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TIMBER YARDS.

American Pine and Baltic Deal, in Logs, Planks, and

Battens, all lengths.

American Tongued and Grooved Pine Lumber, Pre-

pared, Grooved, and Tongued Flooring, 6 x 1⅛ 6 x ¾ and 6 x ½. Ditto, plain jointed, 6 x ¾. Best Sydney Cedar, in Logs and Boards.

Sofa Rolls, Chair and Table Legs, &c., ready cut. Swan River Mahogany, and Singapore Cedar. V.D.L. Timber, Laths and Palings. Colonial Timber, all kinds.

Plaster of Paris, Portland, Roman, and Keene's Cements,

Bangor Slates, 24 x 12, 20 x 10, &c.

Marble and Freestone Chimney Pieces. Register Stoves, &c.

CHARLES FARR.

CITY STEAM SAW-MILLS.    

Wholesale and Retail

TIMBER AND SLATE YARDS,

Weymouth and Topham streets,

ENGLISH & BROWN

beg to acquaint their friends and the public that they have received, ex late arrivals, large additions to their Stock, consisting of a very choice selection of

BALTIC TIMBER, Red and White of all sizes,

100,000 ft. of best SYDNEY CEDAR, in Logs and

Boards

V.D.L. PALINGS, LATHS, AND TIMBER COLONIAL TIMBER of every description

SWAN RIVER MAHOGANY and SINGAPORE CEDAR

ARCHITRAVES and MOULDINGS of English Manu-

facture

REGISTER STOVES, and MARBLE and STONE MANTELPIECES, suitable for the Dining-room, Drawing-room and Parlour

PORTLAND, KEENE, and ROMAN CEMENT, and

PLASTER of PARIS

SLATES, Duchesses, Countesses, and Ladies.

MESSRS. TUXFORD, GROTE and GOUGER

STREETS, Adelaide, Importing Agents by Special Appointment for all the most eminent English Manufac- tures of new and improved AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS and MACHINERY, respectfully invite the atten- tion of Agriculturists and Landed Proprietors generally to their immense Collection of Improved and Approved Imple- ments, the excellence and suitability of which are attested by the numerous Prizes awarded them at the Adelaide Agricultural and Horticultural Society's Show of the present year. Their Stock is comprised of the various productions from those highly-celebrated firms of the Messrs. Crosskill & Son, Tuxford & Sons, Garrett & Son, Ransomes & Sims, Hornsby & Son, Barrett, Exall, and Andrewes, Burgess & Key, Smith & Ashby, J. & F. Howard, Dean, Dray, & Co., Hill & Co., Coleman, Richmond & Chandler, Wedlake, Busby, and others.

Mr. WILLIAM TUXFORD avails himself of the pre- sent opportunity for stating that he has long enjoyed the confidence and personal acquaintance of the most suc- cessful Implement Manufacturers in England, and for whom he is now acting, under Power of Attorney, for the Australian Colonies ; that he has been engaged on the leading Agricultural Journals in London, and for a considerable period he constantly attended the various Royal Agricultural and leading Local Shows throughout Great Britain and Ireland, so that he is quite familiar with the merits of the many important improvements made in Agricultural Machinery ; and he assures those gentlemen who may favour him with their commands that in all cases none but Implements of the best de- scription, manufactured under the immediate superin- tendence of his Brothers in England, will be supplied.

Howard's, Smith & Ashby's, Ransome's, and Garrett's Improved Horse Rakes, price from £14, at

MESSRS. TUXFORD'S,

Importing Agents, Adelaide.

TO SETTLERS and STOREKEEPERS in the NORTH

—DUFFIELD & TURNER receive Goods direct from the Railway Trucks into their new STORE at GAWLER WEST, and forward them per dray to the order of parties favouring them with their commissions. All kinds of Merchandise and Produce Stored. Terms as per agree- ment. Dry and Commodious Cellarage.

WHOLESALE and RETAIL OIL, COLOUR,

SHEET LEAD, and GLASS WAREHOUSE, Leigh-street, Established 1840. ROBERT DODGSON, successor to S. R. Hall. A new and large assortment of PAPER-HANGINGS just arrived ex Atlantic.

ORANGE TREES to be SOLD, from the GLYNDE

ORANGERY, well rooted, and of the best varie- ties. Orders to be sent by Post, or personally made to the undersigned.

W. MOORE CORNISH, Payneham.

EARTHENWARE, CHINA, and GLASS.—JUST

ARRIVED, and now ON SALE, extra cheap, by the undersigned—

58 Crates and casks, ex Atlantic 53 do., ex Ellida

21 do., ex Sir James, at

T. FUTCHER'S,

Staffordshire House, 22, Rundle-street.

TO BUYERS for the MURRAY, COUNTRY STORE- KEEPERS, and PRIVATE FAMILIES. — T.   FUTCHER begs to intimate that he has now ON SALE one of the Largest and Best Assorted Stocks of EARTHENWARE, CHINA, and GLASS, ever offered in the Southern Hemisphere, and the prices unrivalled.

*͙* An early inspection is solicited.

Observe the address—

T. FUTCHER,

Staffordshire House, 22, Rundle-street.

CHAFFED HAY. CHAFFED HAY.—CHAFFED

HAY, Wholesale and Retail, at the Brecknock Arms, King William-street.

Brecknock Arms, King William-street,

10th July, 1858.

SADDLERY.—JOHN MORRISON begs to inform his friends and the public that he has taken those Old-   Established Premises late in the occupation of Mr. J. Burnett, Saddler and Harnessmaker, 56, HINDLEY- STREET, opposite the Black Bull, and hopes by strict attention to business and superior workmanship to secure a portion of their support.

N.B.—A large assortment of ENGLISH and COLO- NIAL SADDLERY, HARNESS, &c., &c., always on view.

NORWOOD PARADE (opposite the Post-Office).—

A. GREENWAY, FAMILY GROCER, Dealer in Flour, Bran, Pollard, Corn, and Hay.

TO BUILDERS, CARPENTERS, and OTHERS.—

A. GREENWAY, IRONMONGER, has always on

hand a well-assorted Stock of  

BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY.  

TINWARE.—A. SIMPSON, WHOLESALE TIN-

MAN, Gawler-place, continues to supply the Trade  

on the low terms that have secured him so much patronage.

TO UNDERTAKERS AND OTHERS.—The old esta-

blished FUNERAL CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Rundle-street. J. SMITH is prepared to furnish Hearse and Mourning Coaches, &c., as cheap as any other house in the colony, in town or country.

AT 47, KING WILLIAM-STREET, two doors north of

Green's Auction Mart, is a LONG PASSAGE, at the end of which will be found DAVID GALL'S PRINT- ING OFFICE—an establishment which combines all that Societies, Companies, Professional Men, Merchants, Tradesmen, and the Public generally can desire in the execution of their orders, viz., civility, economy, accuracy, ingenuity, neatness, elegance, dispatch, and punctuality.

D.GALL having lately received considerable additions   of type and other printing material, feels confident of his ability to undertake any description of BOOK and JOB PRINTING, and to execute the same in a satisfactory

manner.

Printing in Gold, Silver, and Coloured Inks.

Orders received by post from the country promptly at-

tended to.

WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR SHOES?

Why ; at BRANDON'S, 78, Rundle-street.

CHEAP. VERY CHEAP.

CHINA GLASS AND EARTHENWARE.

W. W. GALL is now OPENING a large lot of Goods,

consisting of China, Tea, and Breakfast Sets, White and   Gold Blue Figured, Drab and Turquoise, new Patterns in Toilette Ware, and a splendid Stock of Dinner and Dessert Services, with a large assortment of Goods suitable for Kitchen, Dairy, and Farm use. These goods having been purchased by his Agent in England for cash, he is enabled

to sell them at very low prices.

79, Rundle-street.  

MR. MARTIN begs to announce that the Duties of

the School have been Resumed in his large School- room in PULTENEY-STREET.

GERMAN and DRAWING taught by competent

Masters.

Also, a Class for Juveniles under six years of age, con- ducted, under Mr. Martin's superintendence, by a competent and trained Assistant.

Terms, payable quarterly in advance, may be known by applying at the Schoolroom ; or at Mr. Martin's private residence, King William-street south.

July 12th, 1858.

PRINTING and PUBLISHING OFFICE, MOUNT

BARKER.

Mr. WADDY will be happy to undertake the Printing and Publishing of Books, Periodicals, or Pamphlets, either solely on behalf of the Author, or on a principle of

mutual profit between Author and Publisher. Estimates   forwarded on application.

Every description of BOOK and JOB PRINTING executed with neatness and dispatch.

CLOCKS, WATCHES, PLATE.—HENRY MUIR-

HEAD, WATCHMAKER, GOLD and SILVER- SMITH, has just received a new Supply of the above, and a very large and varied Stock of Eight-day Clocks from

20s. to 70s. each.

London made Eight-day Clocks, warranted well-sea-   soned, handsomely finished to strike the hours for

£3 10s.

Common American, ditto, 30s.

MUIRHEAD,

Corner of Hindley-street, and King William-street,

Adelaide.

UPTON'S DINING and OYSTER-ROOMS,

119 and 121, RUNDLE-STREET.

Families supplied with Oysters, wholesale and retail.

Port Lincoln Oysters, per hundred, 10s. ; per dozen,

1s. 6d.

Port Wakefield ditto, per hundred, 6s. ; per dozen, 1s. LABOUR MARKET—Employers and Servants are

informed that the LABOUR OFFICE in King William-street is open daily, where every attention will be paid to their requirements.

W. N. HUNT, Superintendent.

FEMALE SERVANTS.—Ladies requiring Female

Servants will meet with prompt attention upon ap- plication to Mrs. Hunt, who conducts the female De- partment of the Labour Office, King William-street.

MONEY to LEND on Mortgage and Deposit. Ap-

ply to

R. B. COLLEY, Land Agent,

No. 73, King William-street, Adelaide.

MONEY to LEND on MORTGAGE. —Sections

Leased with Right of Purchase.

J. ELDIN MOULDEN, Solicitor,

68, King William-street.

BLENHEIM HOTEL, 14, Hindley-street, Adelaide,

T. R. JONES, Proprietor.—Good Accommodation for Travellers, Country Settlers and their families, and occasional Visitors. Lofty and clean Bedrooms, good Table, good Liquors. Best BILLIARD-ROOM in the

Colony.

The Blenheim Railway Time-Card, issued the 1st of every month (or as soon as any alteration is made), can be had gratis, or forwarded by post to country customers (free), on application.

Private Families and Country Settlers supplied at wholesale prices by the single case or upwards.

Every article guaranteed to be genuine.

ROYAL ADMIRAL HOTEL, HINDLEY-SREET,

ADELAIDE, by W. R. BORTEN, Wines, Spirits, and Malt Liquors of first quality.

Parties from the Country will find every comfort and accommodation at this Old Established House.

N.B.—Vacancies for a few permanent lodgers on rea-

sonable terms.

J F. SCHMIDT (formerly of the Exchange Hotel)

having succeeded Mr. Andrew Harriott at the   GOLDEN FLEECE, CURRIE-STREET, begs to an- nounce the same to his numerous old friends and cus-

tomers, and to assure them that no pains will be spared to entertain those who may favour him with a call in the old style, viz, with the very best articles at the lowest prices. The Bedrooms will be found to unite comfort with cleanliness ; the Ordinary daily at 1 o'clock will be furnished with all obtainable luxuries ; and the Stabling and Stockyards (conducted by Norman and Ingram) rival those of any other establishment in the city.

N.B.—Hay for Sale by the truss or ton.

CLIFTON NURSERY, near NORTH ADELAIDE.—

The undersigned takes this opportunity of thanking his friends and public for past favours, and is desirous of calling their attention to his superior Stock of FRUIT and other TREES, consisting of Orange, Lemon, Citron, Pear, Apple, Plum, Damson, Peach, Apricot, Quince, Cherry, Nectarine, Mulberry, Walnut, Spanish Chesnut, Jordan Almond, Medlar, Filbert, Vines, &c., of the best varieties. Also, Camelias, Cryplomin, Magnotinus, Grandi- floria, Purpurea, Gracetus, Conspicua, Bunya Bunya, Moreton Bay, Norfolk Island, Longifolia, Excelsa, Cananensis, and other Pines. Kingontatis, Funebris, Forulosa, and other Cypresses. New Zealand Laurel. Pittispioner, three varieties, Dammasa Bidivilla, and Australis, Grevilla Robusta, Yew, Sweet Bay, Myrtle, Oleander, Olives, Holly, &c., &c., which will be sold at reasonable prices. All orders delivered and packed in Adelaide or Port Adelaide free of extra charge.

C. M. WARE.

July 8,1858.

THE CHEAPEST FUNERAL HOUSE in TOWN is

in PIRIE-STREET.

W. ROUNSEVELL wishes to direct public attention to the following :—

For a Funeral near Town, Coffin covered,

lined, and trimmed, Inscription Plate, Hearse and Plumes, Coachman, Cemetery

Fee, &c., &c. ... ... ... ... £4 4 0 For a Funeral, Cedar Coffin, covered, lined,

and trimmed, Inscription Plate, Handles, Laced, &c, Hearse and Ostrich Plumes, Mourning Coach, Cemetery Fees, with

personal attendance, &c, &c. ... ... 10 10 0 For a Funeral complete, with superior Coffin,

covered with cloth, lined and trimmed, registered design Furniture, &c., Hearse, Ostrich Feather Plumes, Mourning Coach, Bearers, use of Pall, and Hat-

bands, Grave and all Interment Fees ... 17 17 0 Funerals on more extensive scale at equally moderate charges.

The public are respectfully informed that all orders will be attended to on the shortest possible notice, every article being ready prepared, and workmen always ready, to ensure despatch in a prompt and efficient

manner.

Observe— W. ROUNSEVELL'S,  

Cheapest Funeral House in Town,

Pirie and Grenfell streets, Adelaide.

A Hearse ... ... ... ... ... ... £0 10 0 A Pair-Horse Hearse with Coachman... ... 1 0 0

Do. Do. and Mourning Coach ... 2 0 0 Do. Do. with Ostrich Feather Plumes, Pall, &c., and a Pair-Horse

Mourning Coach complete... ... ... 3 0 0 These articles form a highly respectable turn-out, and are not to be surpassed at any other place in the colony. A magnificent new Hearse and Mourning

Coach, with Plumes, Pall, &c., &c., com-

plete ... ... ... ... ... ... £5 0 0

These articles are not to be equalled in the Southern Hemisphere.

STOREKEEPER.—A person (unmarried) may hear of   of a SITUATION as Storekeeper at a Sheepstation by applying at 1 o'clock at 117, Rundle-street.

IMMIGRANTS by the UTOPIA will receive all pos-

sible information respecting the state of the LABOUR MARKET, and have their Luggage Stored for a short time free of charge. Apply at HUNT'S LABOUR OFFICE, King William-street.

MRS. FAWSETT has good SERVANTS on her lists

now ; also respectable places to offer.

194, Rundle-street East.

CIRCULATING LIBRARY.—Mrs. FAWSETT'S

Library, Rundle-street, contains the latest publica- tions from the best authors.

ECONOMIC FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENT, Nos.

89 and 91, RUNDLE-STREET.

SHEPARD MAYFIELD wishes to direct public atten- tion to the following!:

For a Funeral at the West-terrace Cemetery,

Coffin covered, lined, and trimmed, with Inscription Plate, Hearse and Plumes, Coachman with Hat-band, Cemetery Fee,

&c, &c. ... ... ... ... ... £4 10 0 For a Funeral, Cedar Coffin, covered, lined,

and trimmed, Inscription Plate, Handles, Laced, &c, Hearse and Plumes, Mourn- ing Coach, Cemetery Fees, with personal

attendance, &c, &c . ... ... ... £12 0 0 For a Funeral complete, with superior Coffin,

covered with cloth, lined and trimmed, registered design Furniture, &c, Hearse, Ostrich Feather Plumee, Mourning Coach, Bearers, use of Pall and Hatbands, Grave

and all Interment Fees ... ... ... £20 0 0 Funerals on more extensive scale at equally moderate charges.

The public In town and country are respectfully in- formed that any order can be attended to on the shortest possible notice, every article being on the premises ready prepared, and workmen engaged immediately, to ensure dispatch in a prompt and efficient manner.

Observe—SHEPARD MAYFIELD'S Economic   Funeral Establishment, 89 and 91, Rundle-street.

A Hearse and Plumes separately ... £0 15 0

Do. and Mourning Coach ... 2 15 0 And all equipments equally moderate. ON SALE by the undersigned— 50 Rolls 4-4 White China MATTING  

100 do. 5-4 do. do. do

50 do. 6-4 do. do. do

60 do. 4-4 Check do. do

100 do. 5-4 do. do. do

50 do. 6-4 do. do. do

A. ABRAHAMS.

ON SALE by the undersigned—

Jno. Tann's Fire-proof SAFES, all sizes. Ditto Ditto, Reliance Locks do.

A. ABRAHAMS.

ON SALE by the undersigned—

300 Cases, Evans, Hoare & Co.'s. Old Tom 200 do. Key Brand Geneva

6 Quarter-casks Meeham's Irish Whiskey

5 do. Eugene & Robin's Cognac Brandy.

A. ABRAHAMS.

FOR SALE, by the Undersigned—

Clothes Lines, large size Arrowroot, West India Spanish Juice, Zolazzis Ground Cassia Kerr's Tobacco Tartaric Acid

Lobsters, in tins American Snuff

English refined Saltpetre Dried Apples,

&c, &c., &c.

W. MORGAN, Hindley-street. July 10,1858.

ON SALE, by the Undersigned—

8 Cases Black Cloth Coats 8 do. Fancy Doe do. 2 do. do. do. Suits

8 do. do. do. Trousers 2 do. do. do. Vests

6 do. Bedford Cord Trousers 12 do. White and Drab Mole do. 2 do. Strapped Riding do. 8 do. Blue Pilot Jackets

6 do. Boy's and Youths' Clothing.

A. ABRAHAMS.  

ON SALE, by the Undersigned—

8 Tierces, each 50 doz., Tumblers 2 do., 40 sets, Decanters

2 do., 12 doz., Butter Basins

2 do., 36 do., Sugars and Creams

2 do., 12 do., Water-bottles and Cups 2 do., 72 do., Salt-cellars

2 do., 40 do., Mustard-pots 22 Crates assorted Earthenware.

A. ABRAHAMS.

ON SALE, by the Undersigned—

4 Cases Four-post Iron BEDSTEADS 4 do. do. French do.

4 do. do. Half Tester do. 4 do. do. Tent do.

4 do. do. Stump do.

A. ABRAHAMS, Peel-street. ON SALE by the undersigned—

5 Boxes Choice Bed Tin Plates, IC 50 do. do. do. do. do. IX 25 do. do. do. do. do. IXX 10 do. do. do. do. do. IXXX 10 do. do. do. do. do. DX 5 do. do. do. do. do. DXX 5 do. do. do. do. do. SDX 10 casks, 7x3, Zinc G9

5 do. do. do. G10

A. ABRAHAMS.

ON SALE, by recent arrivals—

A large assortment of Plain and Ornamental

Carriage, Garden, Wicket, and Field GATES, with Iron Pillars, complete

Ploughs, Harrows, Grubbers, and Scarifiers, by

various makers.

ELDER, STIRLING, & CO.

SCOTCH OATMEAL in Casks and Tins.

Prime English Cheese. Finest Mocha Coffee.

D. & J. FOWLER,

54, King William-street.

DUNDEE GOODS.—

Cornsacks Branbags

Tarpaulins Woolpacks

Canvas (all numbers) Sewing Twine.

A large assortment constantly on hand, direct from the first manufacturers in Dundee. On sale by

MACDERMOTT, DUTTON, & CO.,

Rundle-place.

FOR SALE at the STORES of the under-           signed—  

Allsopp's Ale

Grindery

Sheet Iron

Arsenic

Harrows

Soap, Liverpool

Brandy, British

Harness

Soap Colonial

Brandy French

Iron

Sherry

Brewer's Isinglass

Leather Cloth

Sugar

Brick Machine

Oilmen's Stores

Tablecovers

Bar Iron

Paper, Grocer's

Tarpaulins

Boots and Shoes

Paper Printer's

Tartaric Acid

Box Carts

Pills, Kaye's

Tents

Candles, Sperm

Port, Offley's

Twine

Cotton Waste

Rope, Europe

Tin Plates

Cotton Wick

Rum

Tea

Cart Harness

Rosin

Tobacco

Cement, Portland  

Sago Whisky

Cement Roman

Salt

Wine

Cornsacks  

Sardines

Wire

Geneva

Sublimate

Woolpacks

&c, &c. &c.

 

JOSEPH STILLING & CO.

Hindley-stroet

July 12,1858.

COALS.—JUST RECEIVED, at the Coal Yard in

King William-street, the Cargo of very Superior HOUSE COALS, ex Favourite. Tho undersigned is prepared to sell the same in any quantity and at an unusually low price.

D. KEKWICK. King William-street, May 27.

HOUSE, SMITH'S, and STEAM COAL.—The un-  

dersigned will receive Orders on Captain Simp- son's account for English or N.S.W. Coals, to bo de- livered in North or South Adelaide, or the neighbour- hood, in any quantity, and at a few hours' notice.

D. KEKWICK. King William-street, May 13,1858.

ON SALE, by the undersigned—

Brandy—U.V.C., C.V.C., Champagne V.C., bulk

and case

Brandy-Languerie, in bulk and case, inferior Rum-W.I., 10 o.p., in bulk, Jamaica, in case

Gin-Booth's, Evans's, Swain Boord's, bulk and

case

Geneva, crowing cock, equal to IDKZ, in red cases Whisky—Islay and Scotch Malt, in bulk and case

Port Wine—Double and treble diamond, in hhds.

and qr.-casks ; Margau's old, in case  

Sherry, Evans's, London bottled, hhds. and qr.-casks;

Selzerwater

Claret, Hock, Champagne, Sauterne, Ginger Wine

Ale and Porter—Byass's, Marsetti's, quarts and

pints

Sugar, Light and Dark Mauritius, Cloves, Pitch,

Rosin

Arrowroot, in tins, Belgian and Kent Hops, Blacking Soap—Liverpool, Sydney ; Split Peas, Corks

Candles, Belmont Sperm ; Whybrow's Pickles

Sardines, Saymier's, in half-boxes ; Anchovies,

Sauces

Salt, Fine and Coarse Liverpool ; Taylor's Chocolate Starch, Coleman's Blue and Mustard, Matches Revalenta Arabica, Barry, du Barry's Cornbags, 2 5/8, three-bushel Branbags

Velvet Ribbons, Silks, Shawls, Velvets

Jewellery, Glassware, Cutlasses, Wire Rope, Nails Iron, Pig, Boilers, Steam Engines

Flooring Boards, Deals, 11 x 9, Window Sashes, &c.

MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.

GENUINE COFFEE.—All Coffee sold at this Estab-

lishment, warranted free from Chicory or any other

mixture.

P. McROSTIE'S,

Tea and Coffee Warehouse, 139, and 141, Rundle-street,

ON SALE—Scotch Ling Fish, in 1 cwt. zinc lined

cases, in fine condition.

Eleme Figs, New Currants, Dried Apples, Muscatel

Raisins.

Fine Congon Teas, in Boxes, Half-chests, and Chests,

of the finest quality, ex Mastiff and other

arrivals.

P. McROSTIE'S

Tea and Coffee Warehouse, 139, and 141, Rundle-street.

               

ON SALE, by the undersigned, ex Creole, Ellida, and

other late arrivals—

Saddlery and Coach Ironmongery of every descrip-

tion.

Patent Enamelled and Coloured Leathers. Brushware, &c, &c.

E. T. SMITH.

PATENT Asphaltic ROOFING FELT

BBH Iron, Elastic Steam-Packing

Woolpacks (10 lbs.), Tarpaulins, Canvas Cornsacks, Branbags, Orebags

Sewing Twine, Assorted Shop Twines

Black Silk, and Drab and Black Felt Hata S. W. Silver & Co.'s Assorted Clothing Blankets, Flannels, Carpets

Nicholl & Co.'s No. 3 Strong Ale

Barclay's Porter, bottled by Bridges Sherry, Port, Claret, Jersey Brandy Geneva Rum, Gin in qr-casks and cases Brown Windsor and Fancy Soap Colza Oil, Oilmen's Stores

Pianos, by Ennever (late Allison).

A. SCOTT.

Blyth-street.

BURTON ALE. BURTON ALE.—Salt'a Burton

Ale, in prime condition, at 3d. per glass in the bar, or 3s. per gallon out. To be had at the EXETER HOTEL.  

                       

On SALE by the undersigned, now landing ex Sophie

and Atlantic—

300 cases India Pale Ale and London Porter, in pints

and quarts

50 do. Byass's Porter 25 do. U.V.C. Brandy

100 do. Brandy, Trevieux

4 qr.-casks Hennessy's Old Brown Brandy 10 do. Booth's No. 1 Gin

5 hhds. Demerara Rum, 30 O.P. 2 pipes Sherry and Port 30 cases Sherry

30 cases Rotterdam Gin

8 qr.-casks British Wines   150 doz. Eau de Cologne

To arrive per Helene, African, Oscar, and Revival—

Invoices of Rimmel's Perfumery

Do. Keating's Cough Lozenges, Cod Liver

Oil, &c.

250 cases London Porter

5 do., 250 doz. Eau de Cologne

100 do. Brandy, James Field & Son's

11 do. Coleman's Starch

35 do. Morton's Oilmen'a Stores 25 do. Byass's Porter 1 bale Isinglass

8 qr.-casks Port Win« 19 do. Sherry 2 butts do.

8 qr.-casks Plain Spirits, to fortify Wine, 50 o.p.

15 tons Sheet Lead 100 cases Claret.

RIPLEY WEBB & CO., Grenfell-street.

ON SALE by the undersigned—

INVOICES of Paperhangings Saddlery

Bags

Fulton's Edinburgh Ale

Floorcloths

&c., &c., &c.

PETER CUMMING A SON,

23½, Hindley-street. ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned—

Straight Corrugated .Galvanized and Galvanized

Tinned Iron, all lengths and guages, at £40 per

ton and upwards

Flat Metal, in all widths and guages Patent Tiles, in all guages

Corrugated Water-Tanks, from 100 to 5,000 gallons Pumps, Baths, OG and half-round Gutters

Ridge Caps, Rain-water Pipes, Cistern Heads Buckets, watering Pots, &c, &c.

F. H. WHITE, Importer,

92, King William-street.

MOUNT BARKER.—A. W. RICHARDSON has

just received, ex Elida—

Holloway's Pills and Ointment

Steedman's Powders, Parr's Pills Townsend's Sarsaparilla Taddy's Scotch Snuff

White Lead, Green and Blue Paint Linseed Oil, Rape Oil

Neatsfoot Oil, Machine Oil, &c., &c.

Storekeepers supplied at Adelaide Wholesale Prices.

ON SALE, at the Stores of the Undersigned, ex

Sophie, Stately, and other late arrivals— Ale, Burton, No. 3, Salt's

Ale, Bottled, Bass's, Hibbert's, and Marzetti's

Arsenic

Acids, Tartaric, Sulphuric, Nitric

Brandy in bulk and cases, U.V.C., and Ardouin,

Farinel, & Co.

Brandy British, in bulk and case

Bags, 3 bushel, Flour and Bran

Cordage, Tarred and White, all sizes

Corrosive Sublimate Cigars, No. 2

Coke and Coal, English

Drapery, Hosiery, Slops, ko. Drugs

Fuze, Patent

Ginger, White and Brown

Gin, Bernard & Co.'s, Leith, qr.-casks and cases

Do. Booth's, and Swain, Boord, and Co.'s, in cases Geneva, Key brand, red cases Glass, Plate and Window Hardware

Hops, English and Foreign Iron, Pig and Bar

Malt, English Pale, just arrived Porter and Stout, in hhds.

Do. Bottled, Hibbert's, Marzetti's, and Truman's Paperhangings Parchment

Rum, Jamaica, 12 and 28 o.p.

Sugar, Mauritius and Manila, Ration Sorts to Fin«

Crystalized

Soap, English and Liverpool

Starch

Safes, Milner's Fireproof, all sizes Saddlery and Harness Spirit, plain

Teas, Congous, Hysonskins, &c., &c. Tinplates

Tinware

Wine, Port, Offley's and Laideman's, and Sherries, in

hhds. and qr.-casks

Whiskey, in cask and cases

Woolpacks, 10 lbs.  

PHILIP LEVI & CO.

King William-street.

JUST ARRIVED, per Atlantic and Ellida—

OILS—Pale Seal, in hhds.

Boiled and Raw Linseed in do. and drums Finest Lucca, in jars

Fine Olive, in hhds. and drum

Pure Neatfoot

Best Lard for Machinery

Fine Nice Salad Oil, in cases.

W. PEACOCK & SON,

Grenfell-street.

ON SALE at the Stores of the undersigned— Jams, Black Currant, 4 dozen cases Do. Raspberry do.

Do. Assorted do.

Congou Tea, chests and half-chests, ex Mastiff Gunpowder, quarter-chests, ex Rebecca Coffee, Ceylon Plantation

Do. Costa Rica Mauritius Sugars Cossipore do.

Java do.

Currants, fine Patras Salt, fine and coarse

Belmont Candles, Prices

Russian Sperm.  

S. BAKEWELL, Peel-Btreet, July 12,1858.

SLATES. SLATES. SLATES.—W. LINES has now

on SALE at his TIMBER-YARD, PIRIE-STREET,

opposite the Hindmarsh Hotel, a large quantity of the

above in first-rate condition.

ALSO,

Morewood & Rogers's best Corrugated Iron Deals, solid and cut

Cedar, in log and board

Launceston Palings, Laths English-made Doors, Nails

And every other article in the Building Trade, at the lowest market price for CASH.

NEW GOODS.—M. FOOKS has Just received, per late arrivals—  

Violins, Flutes (1, 4, and 8 keys), Flageolets Military Fifes, Guitars, Banjos

Violin and Violoncello Strings, Bows, &c.

Flutinas, Accordions, and Concertinas of superior

tone and workmanship at 20 per cent. less in

price

A great variety of Fancy Goods, among which are

Ladies' Super, Leather, and Cloth Bags, Reti- cules, Fancy and Market Baskets, and Work do. An assortment of Dress and other Beads

Ornamental Head-dress Pins ; Jet Bracelets,

Brooches, and Pins

Pianoforte and other Tutors

Toys in great variety, both British and Foreign Superior, fine Wax, and Composition Dolls Dissected Maps, Puzzles and Games Fishing Rods, Lines, &c.

Chess, Draft, and Backgammon Boards and Men ;

Cribbage Boards, Box Colours

Together with a great variety of other Fancy Goods.

MUSIC and FANCY DEPOT,

73, Hindley-street.

N.B.—-Goods sent to any part of the Colony ; Violin Strings by post on the receipt of a twopenny stamp to any amount under 10s.

BURTON ALE.—MARRION'S No. 3 Burton Ale, in

hhds., on sale by

JAMES ROBIN & CO. Grenfell-street

EAGLE BRAND TOBACCO in beautiful condition

Alsopp's H.I. Pale Ale Barclay's London Stout Bottled by F. Friend & Co.Whiskey, Gin, Rum, Brandy, Sherry, Port

Tarpaulins, Woolpacks, Branbags, Cornsacks

English Tarred Hemp Cordage, Seaming Twine

Flooring Boards, Roman Cement. Plaster of Paris Invoices of Flannels, Doeskins, Cassimeres Grocers' Paper, Glassware, Blocks, Sheaves Oars, Pipes, Carriage Trimmings, Harness

Liverpool Coarse Salt, Mackie's Edinburgh Biscuits Peruvian Guano, genuine as imported..

WM. YOUNGHUSBAND, Jr., & CO.,

Gilbert-place.

TILBURIES FOR SALE.—One new, with shifting

head, well suited for a medical gentleman, made by a first-rate London maker; and one without head, very light; at CARVOSSO'S FACTORY, Blyth-street, Ade- laide.  

ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned—

Plate Glass, various sizes, Builders' Ironmongery Boots and Shoes, English Calfskins

Boot Fronts and Grafts

Superior Pale Sherry, in 3-dozen cases English Box-Carts, Patent Mangles

Hoop and Sheet Iron, Kent Hops, 1857 Smiths' Coals, Pressed Tumblers

Royal Hand, Bag-cap, and Demy papers.

PHILLIP SANTO,

Grote-atreet, near Victoria-square.

PALE LIVERPOOL SOAP.—Atkinson's Double    

Crown Pale Soap, in boxes and half-boxes, on Sale by

JAMES ROBIN & CO., Grenfell-street.

NOW LANDING, ex Creole, KING ORIEL COAL,

considered to be the best Household Coal in

England. May be had in any moderate quantity by ap- plying to

JAMES ROBIN & CO., Grenfell-street.

June 26, 1858.

COROMANDEL VALLEY MACHINE

BISCUIT.

CAPTAIN'S CRACKERS ADELAIDE BISCUIT WINE BISCUIT CREAM BISCUIT

ABERNETHY BISCUIT NONPAREIL BISCUIT.

May be had, in Town, of the following Grocers :—

Messrs. Bakewell, Hindley-street

Counsell & Co., Rundle-street

Everett & Chambers, Rundle-street Fowler, King William-street Graves, Hindley-street

Harvey, Weymouth-street Martin, Rundle-street

Reynolds, Weymouth-street Stacey & Son, Rundle-street Whyte, Currie-street

And may also be had of most of the Storekeepers through- out the country.

PETER CUMMING & SONS,

Wholesale Agents.  

POTATOES.—DUFFIELD & TURNER have on Sale

at the Victoria Mill, Gawler, and at their Store, Gawler West, Colonial and Van Dieman's Land Potatoes in large and small quantities.

ON SALE—

Corn and Bran Sacks,   Europe Rope (White and Tarred) 100lb. Flour Bags,   Best Congou Tea

Earthenware, Hoop Iron,

Van Dieman's Land Potatoes.

GILES & SMITH, Town and Port.  

DU BARRY'S delicious REVALENTA ARABICA

FOOD saves fifty times its cost in other remedies, and cures Indigestion, Nervousness, Asthma, Cough, Constipation, Low Spirits, Spasms, &c. ; it is, moreover, the best food for infants and invalids generally.

Supported by testimonials from the celebrated Pro- fessors of Chemistry, Dr. Andrew Ure, Dr. Shorland, Dr. Harvey, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Ingram, Lord Stuart de Decies, and many other respectable persons whose health has been restored by it after all other means of cure had

failed.

Suitably packed in canisters, with full instructions. Sold by

MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.,

Sole Agents for South Australia.

E. WRIGHT, JUN., LAND and ESTATE AGENT

for Residents and Absentees.  

Government Lands bought on commission, and, if required, leased, sold, or partially advanced upon.

Gresham-street, next old Union Bank.

TOWN LANDS FOR SALE in many parts of North

and South Adelaide, including several Business   sites in King William-street and the best part of Rnndle-

street. Terms liberal.

Some fine Suburban Properties for sale.

E. WRIGHT, JUN.,

Land and Estate Agent, Gresham-street, Next old Union Bank.  

THE ADELAIDE and SUBURBAN HOUSE

AGENCY OFFICE, established by J. KEMP PENNEY, House, Land, and General Agent, Neales' Exchange Colonnade. Tenders, Contracts, and Agree- ments drawn out. Rents and Debts Collected. Trades-

men's Books made up.   TO be LET, BUSINESS APARTMENTS,—Three

Front Rooms, corner of Hindley and King William streets. Apply to Mr Muirhead._ TO be LET, with immediate possession, New and very

Commodious PREMISES in HINDLEY-SEREET, one door from the Chronicle office. Extensive storage accommodation and other conveniences. Rent, £200 per annum. Apply to Mr. G. W. Hawkes, Norwood.

SUBURBAN RESIDENCE.—TO be LET, the Resi-

dence lately in the occupation of W. H. Clark, Esq., near WALKERVILLE. The above is replete with every convenience, and is delightfully situated on the banks of the Torrens. It is surrounded by a very fine   Garden, Orangery, Shrubbery, &c. Paddocks adjoin,   and can be let with the premises if required. For par-   ticulars apply to

F. J. BECK k CO., Currie-street.

HOUSE.—WANTED to RENT, with right of pur-

chase, a House containing four Rooms, with Pad- dock, within four miles of the city. Address H. E., Office of this paper. CONVENIENT OFFICES to be LET cheap. Apply

46, Rundle-street.

TO be LET, with or without Right of Purchase,

those eligible and commodious BUSINESS PRE- MISES, with a frontage of upwards of 80 feet to WEY- MOUTH-STREET. The premises are those in which the undersigned has been carrying on business. Early possession can be given.

T. REYNOLDS,

Weymouth-street, or Exchange. July 9, 1858.

TO be LET, HOUSE at WALKERVILLE, Seven

Rooms, Coach-house, Stable, Well of Water, &c, Apply to

R. B. COLLEY,  

No. 73, King William-street.

A COMPACT and well-improved HOMESTEAD for

SALE, a few miles from town. Price £2,650. Credit for part.  

E. WRIGHT, JUN.,

Land and Estate Agent, Gresham-street.

Next old Union Bank.

SUBURBAN RESIDENCE for SALE, or to be LET

for a term.—A good House, containing Eight Rooms, with Stables and Gig-house, good Garden, and Ten Acres of excellent Land, situate about four miles from Town on a good road.

CHARLES ROWLAND,

Agent, King William-street.

STORAGE, STORAGE.—The undersigned, having a

first-class STORE and CELLAR, is prepared to re- ceive Goods on STORAGE. The charges will cover In- surance. Advances made on Goods Stored.

R. B. COLLEY,

King William-street, Adelaide.

TO be LET.—Convenient HOUSES, of 3, 4, and 5

Rooms, from 5s. to 12s. per week. Apply to Mr. F. Veysey, King William-street ; or Margaret-street, North Adelaide.

MESSRS. PHILLIPS & GURNER, SURGEON

DENTISTS, North-terrace, beg to introduce a New COMPOSITION of Chemically-prepared Gum-coloured Guttapercha, as a foundation for Artificial Teeth. This

Chemical preparation of Guttapercha is a great improve-   meant to the usual method of fixing Artificial Teeth, as its slightly yielding qualities render it a more comfortable medium for the mouth than gold, or other hard sub- stances, while all unequal pressure or sharp edges are entirely avoided.

Messrs. PHILLIPS & GURNER pay particular atten- tion to the irregularities of Children's Teeth.

MR G. GEORGE            

SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST,  

83, King William-street, Adelaide,

(Over Allen's, hairdresser),

Hours of attendance from 9 till 6.

Private residence, Chapel-street, Kensington.

Mr. GEORGE having constantly used the GUM- COLOURED GUTTAPERCHA. for the fixing of Artificial Teeth during the last TWO YEARS, can confidently re- commend it, the more so as his experience in the use of it has taught him many improvements in the method of its adaptation to the mouth.  

R. CHAS. T. HARGRAVE, CIVIL ENGINEER

and SURVEYOR, No. 42, King William-street, and Parade, Norwood.

JAMES MACGEORGE,       ARCHITECT & SURVEYOR,  

GRESHAM-STREET WILLAM MURRAY, CIVAL ENGINEER and

SURVEYOR, is prepared to undertake En- gineer's Work and Surveys of any description and extent, either by contract or otherwise. Specifications prepared,  

quantities taken out, and valuations made. N.B.—A Timber bridge for Sale.      

Green's Exchange, Adelaide, and Kensington.

July 10, 1858.

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