JTSS^QTJÎAM TO MELBOURNE.-The
will sail every Saturday, at 10 a.m., and the OSCAR every alternate Thursday, at 4 p.m. dxc
3 TEAM TO MELBOURNE-The
swift ami powerful steamer
Captain Hugh Macmeikan, will positively sail on Saturday next, tlio 20th instant.
J. NEWMAN & SON, Port.
de J. DARWENT, Grcnfell-stieet.
¿IS^Kv rF° WALLAROO IN 12 HOURS.-The píañygS» X steamer
?*""**" YOUNG AUSTRALIAN.
Captain Wells, will leave Port Adelaide during the menth of April, at the following dates and time : April 19, Fridaj-, after 10 p.m. ditto
23, Tuesday, after 8 a.m. train in the morning. 2G, Friday, after 8 a.m. ditto.
o0, Tuesday, after 10 p.m. in the evening.
Meeting Jewell's conveyance at Port Aithur, which will proceed direct to Wallaroo.
Accommodation and Provisions on beard Steamer
free. Extra luggage and parcels tai:en at reasonable
lares-Cabin,including Conveyance ... £2 10
Steerage." . 2 0
For passage apply to S. P. Badmon, Red Lion,
Eundle-streot : or to
J. T. CRESWELL. Agent. Port.
Tiie Young Australian will Tow Vessels as usua between the trips. de
.*.,_>*. r5'° ENGLAND IN 64 DAYS. <mf7bs. * QUICKEST, CHEAPEST, and JêlOKiiaà M0ST COMFORTABLE ROUTE to
BLACK BALL AND EAGLE LINE. Tho celebrated clipper sailing steamship
will be dispatched from Hobson's Bay on or about
Early application is necessary, as the greater portion of the accommodation? of this noble vessel is already engaged.
ACRAMAN, MATN, LINDSAY, & CO., YVM. YOUNGHUSBAND, J UN. & CO. Adelaide, April, 1SG1. mwffxc
Ui nüB MELBOURNE DIRECT.
S®§K B2 The fine barque
%. LADY KINNAIRD. J$0RK *2 The fine barque
«NggelSi LADY K.
350 tons register, Captain Charle-?, having the gre.iler portion of bei cargo engaged, will sail early.
For freight or passage, applv to
MARTIN, GAEÜECHENS, & CO. ; to
TIIOS. E. BURY, 1, Exchange Culenado ; or to DALE, FULLER, &C0. ' de
OR POET MACDONNELL.
will sail on Saturdiy, the 20th instant.
For freight or passage, apply to the Master, on board,
de HUNTER, STEVENSON, & CO.
BARQUE HASTINGS, from London.-This vessel
being berthed alongside Princes Wharf, CON- SIGNEES are requested 'to PASS ENTRIES for their goods without delay.
No c1 lim for damage will be allowed unless the same is pointed out to the Captain before removal from the wharf.
Holders of hills of ladiiur to order, will please present them for endorsement at the offices of the uudossigned.
GEO. P. HARRIS, Adelaide; or d2 W. L. MACKIE, Port.
SHIPS" PRÍSTINO.-SHIPS' POSTERS and every
otbor description ol' Printing requisito for Shipping purposes executed with ths utmost despatch, and ou moderate tonus, at. the "AnvEimsER" and ''CUKONICIJE" General Printing Ufliccs, Grenfcll
|7<X HASTINGS.-INVOICES of Seasonable lh Slops,
de BURNETT NATHAN, Hindloy-streot.
EX HASTINGS.-A Splendid Invoice of Goodiers
LADIES' HATS, &c., suitable to the Season.
de BURNETT NATHAN, Hiadlcv-strcet.
U M MER GOODS. Selzerwater, Genuine, quarts and pints TToek autl Moselle, still and sparkling Champagne, quarts and pints, Claret
Liqueurs, assorted, and Superior Bitters Eau do Cologne, Manila Cigars
Ale and Porter, Byass's, Hibbert's, Mar/etti's Burgundy, very superior, and Claret
Ginger Wine, case and bulk, Ginger Brandy, &c.
de MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.
TO BREWERS AND OT-HEBS.
On hand for Sale
KENT HOPS English Malt
Also to arrivo.
GOUGE & SIMMS.
West End Brewery, March 15. mwfc
O A L S. CO A L S. C O A L
fmv.-e T. E. BURY, 1, Exchange Colonnade.
rpO PARTIES PROCEEDING T3 WALLAROO. X -The undersigned has FOR SALE at Wallaroo
Galvanized Iron Roofing
Do. Spouting, &c. Paint?, Oils, Nails
And Building'Materials of every kind. A good stock of Tents of various sizes.
xfmwq JEFFERSON STOW.
HARVEST V»r INS S.
The umlersingned has good HARVEST WINES for SALE at low prkes.
PETER G. HARRIS,
dxc Gilbert-place, King V. illiam-street, Adelaide.
EAST TORRENS WINE-MAKING AN'D DISTIL-
LATION COMPANY (Limited). STEPNEY.
Good WINE CRAPES PURCHASED in any quan- tity, for Cash.
SOUND WINES on Sale.
A few SHARES still obtainable,
dx* F. FREUD END ERG, Manager.
CU RIST M AS PRESE N T S
CHRÏSTMAS PRESENTS. NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. NEW YEAR'S-GIFTS.
Just unpacked an immense variety of RRITISII anil FOREIGN FANCY GOODS, of the Latest Designs and most. Beautiful Workmanship, at
C. P. EYMER'S. 4», Rundlc-strcot, de Opposite the Globe Inn.
I> O O T S AND SHOE S.
> The LEASE of the undersigned having EXPIRED, he will, prior to making fresh arrangements, cr REMOVING to other PREMISES, SÜLL the
WHOLE of his STOCK of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
consisting of mauv thousands of Pairs of even- size and description, NOT at RUINOUS PRICES* but at RATES KO far BELOW USUAL CHARGES as must ensure a speedy clearance.
de f(Latc Bray's), 79, Hindloy-slrcct.
CARTRIDGES. CARTRDGES. CARTRIDGES.
TERRY and ENFIELD CARTRIDGES, with and without Wads, made in the colony by Sergeant Young'a machine-highly approved of by the" Free'liifiV
Also, Terry and Enfield BULLETS, to be had sepa-
rately ; on sale at
tlixl IS, Hmdley-streefc.
AL L S O P P ' S No. 3 ALE
NEXT" OCTOBER BREWING.
NOTICE TO PURCHASERS. I
MESSRS. ALLSOPP «fe SONS, Burton-on-Trent, [
are now prepared to register orders for next Season's | Brewings ol' the above Ales, and they respectfully invite j their friends and consumers generally in the Australian colonies to transmit their orders early to their several Correspondents and Agents in England.
Brewery, Burton-on-Trent, March, 1860. mwie
GROSE, BOOKBINDER, PAPER-RULER, and
. ACCOUNT-BOOK MAKER, LEIGH-STREET. N.B.-Account-books made to order, with or without printed headings. Printing neatly executed. mwiTS
YSTERS. OYSTERS.- OYSTERS. A constant supply of PORT LINCOLN OYSTERS, Wholesale and Retail, at UPTON'S Dining Rooms, next Mr. Gall's China Warehouse. dq "
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
JAME-i PARKINSON. OPERATIV R and ANALYTICAL CHEMIST and DRUGGIST has REMOVED to GAWLKR-PLACE (next Mr. Thomas's, draper, kc), lour doors south of Rundle-street, Ade- laide, whore he will carry on business and conduct ASSAYS and ANALYSES as heretofore.
A portion of Apparatus, Shoplittings (cedar), Drugs, Chemicals, and several Standard Works upon Chemistry and other Sciences, te, &c, are on sale at reduced prices. d-2*
PRINTING, PRINTING.-PRINTING in all its
branches oxecutod neatly, expcditiously, and on the most moderate terms, at the " ADvrßTisEii" and " CHRONICLE" Newspaper aud General Printing offices, Grenfell-street, Adelaide.
THEODOLITES, LEVELS, COMPASSES, BARO
METERS. THERMOMETERS SACOHAROME TERS, HYDROMETERS, ALCOHOLMETERS, TELESCOPES, &c, &c.
HENRY MUIRHEAD begs to inform his customers and the publie generally that ho has just received by the overland route, from the celebrated house of Troughton «fe Simms
Five-inch Theodolites, Pocket Sextants, Artificial Horizons, Surveyors' Chains and Arrows, Ivory Plotting Scales and Gilletts, six-inch Semicircular Protractors. Also, a
SUPERIOR MINER'S DIAL.
Now unpacking, in addition to a large and choice assortment of Jewellery, Pocket Compasses, Saccharo metcrs, Hydrometers, Field's Alcoholmoters, Model and Agricultural Barometers, Field Glasses, Thermometers of various kinds, Telescopes of all sizes.
Also, shortly expected, ex Wildflower
Prismatic Compasses, Dial Compasses, Compasses with Sights, and a largo invoice of Plate, comprising Cruot-Fi ames, Liqueur-Frames, Egg-Frames, Cake Bas- kets, Toast Racks. Communion Services, &c, &c.
A largo assortment of good Spectacles always on
Corner of Hindley and lung William Streets. Adelaide, March 7. fmwxlS
?SfOKEWOOD'8 PATENT GALVANIZED ÜO- TINNED IRON.-The undeisigned beg to iuforni Merchants and Shippers, that owing to improve-
ments lately made in their Machinery, they are now enabled to" supply "MOREWOOl) & ROGERS' PATENT GALVANIZED TINNED IRON," of a superior quality to any thit has heretofore been pro- duced, and are also enabled to turn out tho following extra sizes, which hayo so long; been wanted in the market, but have not hitherto been procurable.
FLAT SHEETS. 72 x 30 x 26G.
CORRUGATED DO. ... 2GG. 7 & 8-ft. long.
Many imitations of their manufacture being in the market, each sheet will in future leap- their Trade Mark of a Lion, in addition to the words "More wood and Rogers'Patent Galvanized Tinned Iron" as
MORE WOOD & CO., Dowgato Dock,
London, and Lion Works, Birmingham.
BEST. (LION) BEST.
Galvanized Iron in " Anchor'' and '?' Star '' Brands a usual. ws8
rr\ II E '.' ADV JC R T I S E R .
X NEW QUARTER.
The New Quarter of the Advatiscr commenced on Tuesday, April 2. Price 17s. 6d. per quarter, or if paid during tlie month of April, 1/is.
rr\ II E "CHRONIC L E ."
1 _ NEW QUARTER.
The New Quarter of the Chronicle commences on Saourday. April Gth. Price, (is. Cd. per quarter, or i** paid during the month of April, (is.
¡JETER G. HARRIS has REMOVED from Gilbert § placo to GRKNFELL-STREET, next door to Messrs. .Martin, Gaedechens, and Co. d(jx2
PU R E M A L T A N D HOP S. _ Try the
de WEST-END BREWERY ALE.
TCK-ÍCH on .iihTat the TC15 MANUFACTORY, JL Franklin-street, price 2d. to 3d* per lb., according
Subscribers of £1 Is. per month, and resident in Ade laido or the environs, will receive 80 lbs. weekly in two dclivei ios per week. Subscriptions payable in advance.
Ice-chests for palo. de
'?¡IHR Undersigned will supply FOUNTAINS.
J. GRAVEYARD MEMORIALS, CHIMNEY PIECES, ARTIFICIAL STONEWORK, to tho most elaborate designs, with Colonial Labor and Material, equal in price and workmanship to any imported from England or the Colonies.
de Weymouili-street Steam Sawing Works,
\XJ ALLA.ROO.-To STOREKEEPERS and Otheis. I » -Tlie umlersi J ned beg to inform Storekeepers and others at Wallaroo that they are prepared to supply them with IRON BEDSTEADS, SOFAS, MAT- TRESSES, «te., &c, on libe al terms.
F. HENNING & SON. Morphctt-strcet, Adelaide. ttbsoxá
"jVTOTICíü.-The undersigned intending to relinquish xS tlie Melbourne branch of their business, are DIS-
POSING OF the STOCK at REDUCED PRICES. For prompt cash a discount of 5 per cent will be
PRINCE, BRAY, & OGG. Febinary, 1SG1. d'
T7~APUNDA STORE, KAPUNDA. - JAMES i\. HARRIS begs to inform his friends and the public generally that ho has completed and OPENED his NEW STORE (uoxt the Sir John Franklin), and Stocked it with an extensive and varied assortment of DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGER!* EARTHEN- WARE, &c., &c.
The business will be conducted on the same principle as in Gawler, and Goods sold at the lowest remunerating price.
The Yard will he open in a few daw with a General
Ploughs, Shares, and Fittings of all descriptions.
N.B.-Countiy orders will meet with prompt atten- tion, de
rplIE "WEEKLY CHRONICLE.'-The New
R. Quarter commences on Saturday, 6th of April, the first number of the Country E.lition appearing on Frida}-, in order to save the distant mails. Farmers, stockholders, storekeepers, and country residents generally aro invited to order
"THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE."
Price-ös. 6d. per quarter ; 6s. if paid in advance. Offices -Grenfell-stroet, Adelaide.
/~iKBAV BRE.D and LARGE PUDDINGS.-BY \J USING HARPER TWELVETREES' BAKING mid PASTRY POWDER. The great saving of flour
astonishes all who luvo used it! Try a small Packet '1 and notice its surprising results ! !
"I like no Baking Powder so well as ' Harper Twelve tree.-"' Baking and Pastiy Powder,' for I find it makes the flour go further."-Mrs. Tnonxr.Y, New North
'-Niko 'Harper Twelvetrees' B.iking and Pastry Powder exceedingly, and always feel sa ti s lae ti on in recommending it."-Mrs. Bnowx, Milo End, London.
"Your ' Baking Powder' is superior to any I have ever used."-M. PROVOST, St. John's, Oxford.
" i liavo constantly used your ' Baking and Pastry Powder,' and my Pastry and" Cakes have been praised by every ona."-E. PIXEL. Jersey.
" I consider that vom- Baking Powder is superior to
any article for those who buller from indigestion.''-E.
Sold in Packets at Id. and 2d. ; ami in Canisters at G1, and Is., by Grocers, Drugciat-j, and Corn Chandlers everywhere. Whulosalo Agents for Smith Australia G. A. k II. BARTLEET,"Merchants, Adelaide.
nnHE MERCANTILE Classes^ and all other person
JL having occasion to uso the Newspaper Press as n medium of BUSIKESS ANNOUNCEMENTS, are respect- fully invited to examine tho subjoined exceedingly moderato scale of charges and discounts in
TUB SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ADVERTISER.
The increasing popularity of tbi.3 journal wi T' the commercial public ensures to advertisers a numerous und influential circle of readers. Tho Ad.rertker is to bo found in every place of public resort, and its s>ub seription list includes the names of most of the trading community. As an organ of public information it is not to be excelled in the colony.
SCALE OP CITARKAS EACH INSERTION. Two lines . One Shilling
Three lin«a . One MÍ¿ Fourpcnoa Four lines . One and Sixpêne-9 Firs lins3 . One and Nmepem» Sis linca . Two Shillings
Twopence additional for each iracceeding line.
SCALE OF DISCOUNTS.
Three and Four Inaarticns ... 10 per cant. l''ive Insertions,. 15 per cent. One Week. £0 per cent. A Fortnight.30 per cene. Olio Month. ... 40 per cent. T-.ro Moa*lis.50 per cent. Three Months.GO per coat.
The WEEKLT (ÎIÏSOHICLK is now recognised through out t country districts as ono of the most important advertising médiums. The most cursory glance at the advertisement of the Chronicle will convinco of the truth of this statement. Country Stoiekeepers, auc- tioneers, farmers, stockbreeders, and others, will effect a great fcaving by availing themEolvesofthis channel of information. To Horticultural and Agricultural Socie- ties, Sporting Committees, and others requiring long announcements, the reduction will be of conside-rablo im poilaace. District Councils, and all others required by law to advertise notices of their intended proceedings, will also oScct material saving by availing themselves of the
CHARGE ÏOn ONE INSERTION.
SiXPUKCH per lino for tho first Six Linos, Fourponce per line afterwards.
Liberal Discounts for numerous insertions.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-No advertisement of loss value than two shillings can he booked; that amount will therefore be charged on all small advertisements, unless paid for at the time of the order being given. It is par- ticularly requested that advertisements be ordered for a. specific time, as otherwise they will bo continued until countermanded, and be charged for accordingly. All ord« s to countermand must be in writing ; verbal m l j atruetions cannot be received.
Advertiser MÍO Chronicle Oificon, Grcnfoil-atroet. Juno.lSfiO;
."ft/fELinURN AG KNCY.-Messrs. II. & J LWL TAYLOR, 101 Collins-street West,Melbourne,have been appointed Agents for tho South Australian Advsr j istr and the South Australian B cehly Chronicl
Drapery and Clothing.
KINGSBOROUGH &, UPTON'S Great CLEARINC
OUT SALE, will commence on TUESDAY, the I lGth mst when the Whole of their E\tensi\e Stock of Drapeiy will be submitted foi immediate cleii into, to make loom for extensile shipments, houtly expected pei Hastings.
Foi furthei paiticulais see handbills.
Obsen e the iddross
KINGSBOROUGH & UPTON,
de SO, Enndle-sti ect, Adelaide.
GOOD NEWS. GOOD KEffS.
EGAN & GREER aie now selling then new and seasonablo Goods at the same i ate of reduced price« adopted by them at then late
"GRE IT CLEARANCE SALE
m Older to keep up then e\tensuo ti ide, and the moie widely cnculato tile well-known fact that hg.n & Gieei
aie selling the CIH.APl'ST DRVPERY and MEN'S CLOTHING eva ofTcied to the public of South Aus
d\o ¿7, Rundle s uct
f ADIE3'-The largest a-soitment of r^SHTON U ABLE BONNhrS in Adelaide just opened at remeley's, m timo lor the Races. d'»
XTOTICE-G. T THOMPSON h-vwng pmemsod IM the entne REMAINING STOCK of R B LUCAS & CO,Kaigaioo Ho iso, Hindley-stioct, at a tiemendous discount, will ennmence CLE VRING OUT the whole on Satmday next, Apiti 6, at 10 o'clock, to mako loom foi a luge issoitment ot new Wmtei Goods, at paces considerably undei hngbsh cost.
A smgle A uit will com ince all that thr is a thoioughly genuine hale
Obsf"i\o the address
K \NG VROO IÍOUÑF,,
de thndloj sheet
PET K11 CUMMING * SONS lespectfully intimate
that thou Stock of SE VSOWBLB DKAPERY, MILLINERY, RKAD\-MADE CLOTHING, HO- SIERY, BOOTS and SHOE'?, CARPE1T\GS, HEARTHRUG^ ive , i, now wUl soi ted an 1 all it îeasonable pi ices
21, Huidle} suect, Adelnde, and
Main stieet, Kapunda. de
JOB PRINTING.-Evory dosci lptwn of P'ain and I
0«iianiental Printing exo.uted with economy, ocui.«e\, neatness, and despaloh, at tho A dieilue. and Ci.'-'nicle Offices, Gienfoll-strv-et. Orders may aisc bo lett at tho Dianen Offie«, Platts" s, c i.ioroi Kim; Willum and Umdlev stieets.
Professional and Trade Addresses.
O li S E R V E T Ii E A D D It E S S .
MR. G. GEORGE. DRNTTST,
de (Upstairs) Two doors from Muirhead's Corner.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH FROM 10s. Each.-Mr,
MEYERS, SURGICAL and MECHANICAL DENTIST, 30, King William-street (late of Bold street, Liverpool), supplies Artificial Teotb on the principle of Self-Adhesion, and are fixed without, wires or causing the least pain :
A Single Tooth, from.£0 10 0 A Set.10 0 Ü FITTING, SCALING, and EXTRACTING. Please Observe tho Address
29, KING WILLIAM-STREET, near tho Ex- change, de
Tn L A L O U E T T E & T R A P M A N N
Hi. WINE AND SPIRIT
MERCHANTS and CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS,
mwfXc 101, Rundle-street.
BRITTAIN JONES CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENfiHAL AGENT,
PORT ADKLAK>E. dro
MR. E. F. MACGEORGß, C. E., LICENSED
SURVEYOR for MINERAL SECTIONS, &c,
Address in Town-Mr. James Macgoorge, Architect, King William-street. de.
AIT E S S R S. A. Se E. A. D E L I S S E H
JL LICENSED SURVEYORS.
Apply at the office of F. S. C. Driffield, Grenfoll
EFFERSON STOW, SHIPPING and COMMIS
SION AGENT. V/ALLARJO. de
PIANOFORTE TUITION.-TO FAMILIES and
SCHOOLS.-Miss E. GROSSE is desirous of attending Pupils in Town or Port Adehide. Terms moderate. Address James Grosso, Port Ailelaide.
SCHOLASTIC. - Mr. W. A. CAWTHORNS (20
years established) has a YARANG Y for BOARDERS. For terms, ¿a, apply at his resi lence, Morphett-street.
Tenders and Contracts.
rpENDERS are invited for MAKING about Two A Chains of ROAD to the Government Reservo, Spring Gully, Catch Drain and Culverts to Badman"s
d2xl WM. FADIAN, Clerk.
SEED WHEAT.-FOR SALE, a Prime Sample of
Kangaroo Island Seed Wheat. Apply to Robin und Lo Messurier, Port, de
HEAT, BARLEY, OATS.-Farmers and others , , having Wheat or other produce to dispose of, can always obtain the highest Cash Market Price for any quantity, by applying to
* * PETER G. HARRIS,
Com and Commission Ageut, Gilbert-place, de King William-street, Adelaide.
ÍTTTHEAT, BARK, and GUM BOUGHT bv
VV BURNETT NATHAN, Himuey-street. Bags supplied in advance free of charge de
HEAT and other PRODUCE STORED. de J. M. LINKLATER, Gilbert-place.
\\T E ST END B R E W E R Y YY GOUGE & SIMMS. Barley Bought fjr Cash. nuvfe
V&THEAT PURCHASED, or STORED V i wsxc ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street.
CinAIN OF PONDS STEAM FLOUR MILL.
J WHEAT BOUGHT or S10RED.
HEAT and other FARM PRODUCE STORED
by G. CANT, No. li, Currio-street. mwfc
OR SALE, PRESSED HAY.
G. CANT, Commission Agent, 11, Currie-street.
\\7 II RAT BOUGHT at Market Trice, or Stored, VV the Thebarton Mills,
dxq BANDT & KOHLER.
HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, SHANK BONES
TALLOW, &c, PURCHASED by the under signed in Adelaide, or by their Agent, J. Burnell, jim. at Kooringa,
dsc W PEACOCK & SON,
nplIE EAST TORRENS WINE and DISTILLA I TI ON COMPANY (LIMITED) are PUR-
CHASERS of good WINE GRAPES,
dx* FRED. FREUDENBURG, Manager.
FOR SALE, about GO tons of good HAY, within a
short distance of town. Apply to
de GOODE BROTHERS.
rjTO LEND, £5 to £500, on Bill, Deposit, or Mort JL gage.
W. D. CLAXTON, Agent,
M OK EY TO LEND on first-class Freehold
ULRICH nUBBE, L.L.D. Topham-stroet and Green's Exchange. dxc
Ä/T O N EY TO L B N D ,
A W. VERNON HERFORD,
dxq Solicitor, Greea's Colonnade.
MO N E Y T O L E ¡V D,
on Freehold security. Apply to
A. ATKINSON, or 8." J. WAY,
dx* Solicitors, C9, King William-street.
Horses, Cattle, Vehicles, &c
1,1 I S II li E 51 A If.- The imported
2 Theroughbred HORSE FISHERMAN will servo Mares the coming season, at Lockley's, near Adelaide. Further particulars in future advertisement.
Lockley's, March 27,18G1. fmwx*
GRAZING FOR HORSES. -LUCERNE and
GRASS PADDOCKS, with abundance of Feed and Water, Apply on the premises, Oaklands, Sturt. j de.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PROVINCE -
Gentlemen-A3 clcctois in constiucting the Go \ ernment, v ou have i emstalled mo one of v our Repre
°en tat ives 101 a uiiue I am to sh ue ln the Lamm r of those his to which vom pet sons and piopeitie», (oin cn ii and religious liberties ateto be subjected
1 ieel honored bj yoni maiked confidence, and I tiust that I m iv act to jour satisi iction, ti the ried it ni con stitutional Gol eminent and to the common profit of the countiy I uesne to sr>e otu laws simóle, ughteous and effectue, md oui institutions based on the soundest punciples an 1 the tiue<=t liberty
I am, Gentlemen,
Your obedient sen mt,
dx-1 SAMUEL DAVENPORT
TO THE ELECTORS 01 WEST
Gentlemen-Ha mg been i equated bj many of the influential Electors ot youi distnct to boco ne a Candi dite foi the seat now vacant bj tho íesignation of Mi
Geoige Moiphett, I have deteimined to do so, and ueg to oftei a brief statement ot mv opmioi & on some ot the le uling toi íes of ti e d"\
I sh li suppoi t the cn rj mg o it to then fullest e-1 tent the p inciplc» soi ght to be established hj tho Real Piopcitj Act, viz , i egistration of title, and the ti an fu of land thi jugh the Lands Titles Ofhce and shall be piepaied to vote lol anv amendment »f that mea me that maj be neePs^aij to onsuro the complete establish mont of those pi mciplos.
I am ot opinion that it is lit" duty of the legialatme to pieieiit the State Gi mt foi EJucatioi being applied to ooetamn puipo cs At ti e same time I think that Ucn-u-ed teacheis shculd be allowed toicadthe Bible w tliout comment to those ihildion \ hose paients do not olject
I beheve that alai gepoition rf the mo icy which foi tho last fev vcais has been expended in Immigiation lias gone to eui ich t11 neighbouring colonv ot Victoi ia , u d I 'io iKt thml it deniable at juesent ti intioduce uioie i nnu^iants at the public expense I woul 11 ithci «pen i PI ci j lu lung ot the monej eira vc 1 f oin tho sa e
oi put lie lunIs in the piosecution of îopi7luckie public
Should anv meisuio be mtioduced foi tho puip^eof imposing addition d taxation I shill not fail to gue ro\ earnest ittention to the sul jret with a view ti pievont indue pi essuie upon anj cli&s ot the commumtj 1 believe, howovei that the îeienie loi the cuiront v<-ai will he found to be ainplj sufhciciit to meet the public expendían c
It with theso viem vou seo fit to elect me as join ieprcentative, I will endeavoin, to the best of roj ibihtj, to piomoto the lost inteiests of the colonj generallj , and I ma> ad I that I eonstdu it the duti of eva \ !"> al iepiesontiti-0 to scenic tho expon lituio or t fur SIKUC of the public money loi the benefit of the distuct which he lcpie^ents.
I shad piobabH nave manj oppuitunihosof peisonallj cxjil unmg ni\ views o i theso and othei topics and have the bono to hi, Centième i,
Youi ol e lient sei \ mt,
de R I SlOW
Sourn AuvnuLUN. socin\ 01 ARIS -
The rVHIBiriON of this ¡society is open du'v it th" Institute, Noi th «.eu tee fiom 10 i ni to 1U p ~u
Mrmbcia of the Society have the light of admission tree, [ and all otbei pei ous on the pavment ot One Shilling |
Bvoruci of the Committee,
ib TOHN MvRTIN, lion Sec
/CHAMBER OF C O M M L R C E - |
The Clnmbei of Commoi co beg to call flio attent on of the publ c to the oecmipanjinsr lcttei recen e 1 fi om C ilcutfci detailing the ^iievou5: distiess which pievails among ti e natives ot tho Upper Piov mi es of Hindostán, who luve been oveitalen bj the cala^ntj of fimine,
md the Ihm'« eaine^th appeal to tho geiciositj oil thocommunitv of South austiihato ail m the îehef or|
lue "utte eis
'-uba riptious vv ill he îoceived hythe undo -, ,,ii«.d at | the Lxchaiige, in Ade'aidc
D MBLVILIE Sa.tct.aii
1 miine Relief rund, Cilcutti,
Tebniaij o 1SG1
The Piesident of the Chunum oi Corameite,
Sn-The accompanjiug state nents, wlnen I have the I houoi to tiausmit, pies°nt an une ^aggerated picture of j thognevous clistreso winch piovads a nong the native
mhabitantb mlaigo distucts of the Uppci x'iovinccs of j
Hindostán who hav o been ovei taken b\ the awful eda nutv of I inuno , an I the dutv has been imposed upon the Government and the _,cncitl com mini tv of this c until to cmplov even ra°aiia in mitigation of the mse-ics of th» wi etched Bullerais Public meetings have i ee ih"ld m this citv an I the si toi Piosi lenci"f> of India foi tie pui pose ot concei tin^ me suiesfoi relieving the di->tiO!,s, the Loi vi Comm tteos in tin innme
stud cn districts aie using eva,) exeition to alleviate the sußeiings of the pooi and the Government -re lending all the aid m thai powei to the same end
The Public have iespondeil with a lil e al genciosttv
to «ho appeal which has been made to them, mdlaigel
sums of monev have been and a o being suoscubed 4S 0^0 have neen íaised in Calcutta alone, and i emitted to the Govemois ol the su Li mr, disti cts , but the magnitude ot the calamitv exceeds the munificence ol local chanty, and wo aie cons lamed to seek the help of oui follow countiyiuen in all poitions if «.li" Butish | Lmpii e.
I And in appealing Sn, to v ou ai d the mÜ lential bo Iv
whom vou icpescnt n I th.ough jon to the "«.ne ii ' commumtv of Adelaide tho Executive Com nittee of+hc
lamm« Relief lund aie confilcufc t' at then app"ü will not be heaulmvvm, and that \ oin sjmpathi, ber-evo lenco and active o\ei tion3 in th" eau e oi the Publ c Chiiitj which they nov p ess on vour consolation will te a dist nguished oxa aple ti all withm its
I am, Su v our obedient s«,rv ant
wfm6\3 H B. P MOOD Hon Sea«tin
ft/f-UNICIPAL CORPORATION, CITY OF jyi ADELAIDE.
Ratepayers are informed that the Collectors of the Corporation attend at the Cily Council Chamber, King William-street, to receives Rates, as under :
For Gawler Ward and Gray Ward West, everj' Tues- day, between 10 and 12 a m.
For Hindmarsh Ward and Grey Ward East, everj Weilnesday, between 10 and 12 a. ni".
For Robe Ward, every Friday, between 12 andl p.m. The Collector of Robe Ward also attends to receive Rates at his own house, Brougham-place, every Frid-ijr,
between Ö and 11 a.m.
The Collectors have boon instructed to got in all rates duo without delay.
"W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. City Council Office, 13th April, 18J1. vvs2xl
I THE undersigned, GEORGE BEAN, formerly of
Thebarton, in the Province of South Australia, Tanner and Currier, since of Sandhurst, in tho Pro- vince of Victoria, and now an Imprisoned Debtor, do hereby declare that I am unable to meet my engage
monts with my creditors. Dated at the hour of half past three o'clock in tho afternoon, this fifteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one.
Witness-RICHARDS HICKS, a Practitioner of the
Supreme Court of South Australia.
Filed in Court this fifteenth day of April, in the j year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and I bixly-one. al four o'clock in the afternoon.
di JOHN B. SPENCE, Official Assignee.
ÏT1IE undersigned, AUGUST DEGENHARDT. 0r
Stepney, in the Province ol' South Australia, Licensed Victualler, do hereby declare that I am unable to meet my engagements with mj- Creditors. Dated at the hour of three o'clock in tho afternoon, this sixteenth da j- of April, in the j-ear of our Lou! one thousand eicht hundred and sixty-one.
Witness-Wir. BAKX.WEIM., a Practitioner of the
Supreme Court ol' South Australia.
Filed in Court this sixteenth day of April, in the j*ear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, at a quarter-past three o'clock in the after-
.11 JOHN B. SPENCE, Official Assignee.
WILLIAM CAMERON, from Kincardine, Rosshire,
Scotland, will hear of his sister, Christina, at 43C, George-street, Sydney. s..v6
TO MINING COMPANIES.-Tho Advertiser having
had some years' experience in tho general working of a Mine, is open to an ENGAGEMKNT, cither as
Manager in Town or Agent on tho Mines. Please I address B., No. 41 Box, Post Office d3
TO BOOT and SHOEMAKERS.-Good WORK-1
MEN WANTED, at T. Paltridge , Mount Harker. de '
ANTIÏD, a Goori COOK. For address apply at
Rnvcn's Bazaar, No. 37, Ilindley-sfreet. de
ANTED, a BLACKSMITH, one who can Shoo Y V and Make a Shear, to whom good wages will bo
dvon. Apply to R. J Shepherd, '.¡Norman's Victory,
jellick's Hill. **>-°"
WAí,TÍ,n1\n1a first'rílte -MILLINER. Apply f
G. P. Thompson, Kangaroo House, Ilmdïev
WA^??^Ä.S?i.ately»intuo country, a FEMALE i"a r « S^A? .'" -a Dl"l'.'s,y husiness. A know- ledge of tho Trade indispensable. Apply at Messrs. Skelton & Co. s, KiiiR Wilhani-strcet, between the hours of 3 and 4 p.m., iSih, and 9 and 10 a.m., tho 10th instant. I«
IIEELWRIGHTS.-WANTED, a good HAND I. , J.or t!S.,î:ount,'-v" APP]y at Everett and Cham-
ber s, King William-street; or to J, Clmmbers, Mount I Pleasant. ' ,19
PROSPECTUS OF THE WIRRAWILKA MINING
AIND SMELTING COMPANY (LIMITFD),
for the development of ceitain Mineral Sections situated
in t io vicimtj of
(Hie Vriuavvill a of the Natives)
C i] ii d, í j0,000 m 2">,000 Shares of £2 ea<di,
Being lo UOO Shaios for the public as vvoikmg capital, and 10,000 Shares leserved foi the Proprictois fn then nita est and expenditme. Hie v oi ing capital pavable H poi Sharo on application , 'is pe« Share on 1st fuly, and the B ilauce of ¿"Os per Shaie, if îeqmred, by calls
of '»s each at inteivals of not less than two months
Should it be found unnecessarj to call up tho whole of the working cap tal, dividonds shall be declared at pel share nro=pectivo of what is paid thtieon, thus placing tue Pmmoteis on equal terms with the Share
the Proprietors aie so thoroughly convinced of the v due of the propertv, that thej will be content to re coive thou leierved simes bj instalments rs follows -One fom tb of the numbei on tho 1st Jure one tomth on Ö tons of oie b m^ rued, one fouitli on ote bein" i i0ed to the valueof £j,000 an 1 the iemu->doi on oie 1 o n <. íaisod to tbe v aluc ot £10,000
lb" PiOi_oteis íeseive to themselves the nomination of tvo fifths of the dnction or manageiient until the I
execution of the Deel of he tienent
It 4 UÛU thaïes aie HOT; applet frr ¡levions to the first daj of lune next, the lip t s uni îeturn the Deposits in full, or c ill a meeting ot t ic 's., i ipholders to an ango for futiue operations.
Hie Piopuetorain submitting this ptopeitj', do so after expending a considerable amount n ascei taming its v ilue, "ndthej eonhdentH invite tho public to sub cribe then capital m «leveloping what is. eonsideied by everj prictical minoi who has prospected the gionnd, bkelj to pre veone of tho mo-a v iluib c minoi ii propel
tie» m the I lonuie.
Ihov p opo<!e to "ive up to the Compauv the f1 mi- no \ on tlie giouad (eoiisistmg of Iloises Divj iools, lents ic ) winch Ins cost, including rent and dej Osits paul suneving &.c, about £1,200, is well as all the oi o no« at gi iss, and a mine (see Captain Lean s repoi t) in piufit ibie woiknig ordei
In c< use menee ot information denied from Mi
Co lv ngbam, the j lèsent pi oprietois disj. atehed Capt mi lohn I eau (well known to all mining men in thocolonj as i competent and stiaightfoi ward man) with in d6 cient pai tv to prospoc tlie locahtv, bein«, confident that considerable deposits of oi o cMsted thei e The re s lit has lnllj j istided then eY-peetauons , the> dis civeied seveial lodes of ore, containing a hi0U per
centago ot copper
Jhev theietore seemed the iolloiing Sections -Nos 23> 31 >, lib 4"»"), 104, IA, 712, 747, md 71b on tho fiist live of which «hey have pud a jeal s lent, the le mamdor aie claims ot veiy pi unisina appeaiance io c cniscdbv the Government and now beings uveyel.
i he ii tilt of the prospecting lus hthcito been so sit si ictoiv tnat the Piopuetois weuld probiblv ha\L not thought it necessirv to seek fin thei cipital had not the gient extent ol then piojeitj an 1 its vast m he i
tions of wealth aseveiv =ection is s'iowin., coj pel. oic, lenleieda 1 irge men i o of capital i ec°s«aiv *lhej have al o dctei nmed to avail themselves of tho mtuial advantage of the tlucklj woo le I countn (not le «than 40 squ uc m les of hen j mallee tunbei being adjicent to the pioneitj), lj ailing smcltin^ to then nuning operat ous the casv ehnietei of the oi es is a «m thor mducemcut to the n to tale this step, Copper neailj pine having been obtiined fiom stjn s of ore bv tue iid of a poi table foi ge and w ood coal onl j
As a nunib"i of the ft «ends ol the Piopneiois aie now waiting foi this piopeity fo be tin own on the maikct, tho Piopneto s gaaiantoe that the illotment of shaies shall be ma le sti ic lv in tho ot dei of each application, and the Shuo List close I immediatelj the whole of the shares have beer subscubei foi bv the Public
Intending slmeho'deis no invited to inspect the pi o peí tv foi themselves, or a io eie ice to the p'an will show the numeious places thiouglnut the soctions whcie sin f ice coppci s clioiv ng
Numeious sampies of ore, with Mi Bl ice s a3saj<, Ô5nnd jil pet cent, can be soon at Mi Wielsteeds
Tue d sta ice of the mine fiom Port Augu ta is about 70 miles with al und ince ot feed an I v\ iter it all season inda load equal to that to the Bun i the cost of cartage wo ild probablj bo about ¿0s. oi 00s. pei
lho propnetois aioMi. Chas Haussen, Mi. W. H Hamilton, M». Henrj Dm s«n, and Mr I N Conjng ham (the discoveiei)
Eveij holdoi of One Share in the Companv shall be entitled to one >ote 01 all quostions afleeting the m f I tciests of the Companv
On production of a îeeeipt fi im the Nttional Bank of australasia, the Secietaiy will allot the corresponding number ol «hal es to each app'icai t in the 01 lei and fji tho amount of his application
I lima of Applicitiou iii bo obtun^l aid -amples fiom the vauoiis lodes mav be «ocn at iheolice of
b BLD* RIC WlC'vSTLCD,
'n.e etaij f > t 1,
No 0, King \11 ham street, Adelaide.
CAPTAIN LEAN S Ri PORT
' Adelnde Api il S, 1801 " To the Propijctoio of the Wniawilka Min-*
"Gentlemen-I have th-" honor to repoit that on the 4th instint I airive I m A lolaide 1 om the al ovo mines and b°g to inform v ou th it o i Secti ins 2 JJ and 404 there aie «evcial lodes of a very cncouiagmg appoaranca, running noithol east tillouri tho entuo longth ot the
' We hive sunk four shafts bout six fithoms (.'cep on
the cliiîerent ledcs and laiged abo it 15 tons of oro of a high perecí ta¡,e-IsbouH«ai fultv -ipercent average, the lodes in each shait showin_ g>od oioofverj pio
mising appeal ance
'I have let No 3 shait to two mc i to sink to the tcu fit'io n level at £4 pel fathom The lo le is about two and a half feet wide an I tho gtoun 1 von congenial foi copper, fist lmpiovmg m aeptn and viel ling good oie, and the app"arances stiongly indicate a large co irse of
oi e near at hand
On the othei sections theio aie rnanv parallel lodos i mining íoith ol east ñon« about 20 to á0 fathoms apait, and oie ctopping o it in manj difl>nent places, andaquantitj scattcied al out on the s it tice, win Ji, I beliov o has come fi om *-o ne large deposit
' \\c hive sunk mote than 20 tualpits m the other j sectio 13 on the eouise of the lode* horn four to ten feet
deep-the who'e showing ire ol high qnalitv, I have not see i mole 11 mu 11" lodes in the culoul, oi am more
I likilv to tui n out a -piautttv < foi o '
"On Section 747 and 7 Ps theic is a well defined lode seven feet wide snow niggl ey oie of fine qualitj.
' rheecnntiy b\ the silo ot the lodes is of a mo^t ia oi able description
"lhe quantity of oie ni ed is about 20 tons I con suter tins to be a valuable pioperlv , it is woithj of a spirited ti lal I might a1 so state that the facilities foi w oi king tins m ne aie vei y gi eat Thei e is i quauiitj of timbei cu the piopeitj suitiblo foi miners use md smelting.
" In conclusion, I beg to atatc that I behev e it to he a good ventuie
' I am Gentlemen,
" Youl obedient sen mt,
d\c "JOHN LI V\
KULPARA MINING COMPANV,
Captai, £_i 001 in "»,000 Snaies of £> each, pa'
able-10s on ipphoation 10s on allotment, an 1 the balance in calls o« 10a each, at mteiiuls ot not less than
tw o months
PnowaTOwr Co i tinrn - Mcs-is England, Aichei, 0 A Babbage Ko n Win,ht, Milditd, and Piankerd,
with rowel to add to thai number
loi copies of Piospectu seelocil papéis to Apnl 4
Mips and Piospeelus ml loi ms ot application, can be
obt lined at the office of
de No 0 King Wilbam sticot
KULPARA MINING COMPANY
1 \ti iCu fiom a îepcrt bv n Mil li ed, Fsq MP., to the Piovisional Committee, dated Apnl 15, 18G1
" I left Port Adelaide on tho 3th, indaruved ic the Ivufyvua Mines on tho Gth uistint
' Aftei an inspection of the Company s jnopeitv I detc mined to to nnicnco ope« itious on Section 00S, cn which, as state I in the Piospeetus, a mas? el oio uoppcd cut of tho suific. Tins Section tends east ward, an 1 n sit late 1 on a gontlj incliued i is°, fo ming the hca I o' Gieen s 11 it, v Inch is a pal t of an extensiv e met of cJun i v 1 no v u as tho Kulpai i PI uas mil ih
d rut 12 mil s from Kadina
' 11 wing tiaced tho appa ont com o of the lo le an opening w as maae at a shot t h t «ne ii ni ti e suif ice, inuie tons mentioned ibove, and af i depth of abo it three feet the top of a lode w as lil bare, fi un w inch specimens Nos 2 v id 3 weie obtained
" As the com e of the lode w is dclmc 1 it was dcci led to prove its chai ictei bv sinking tluough the ci list ih shaft is about 8 feet bj 0 feet, and at the time of mv lew ng the minc it was about 12 feet deep caiiving stones of cue as per Specimen No 1 and alsi othei stones ol a lughei value Iho width of llie lode had mc eased fiom 1 to 2J feet.
ibecouiseofthelode is North lri° T st, and tho dip about >0° North, an I the giound is c imposed of
limestone mail and a soit wbite olav
"Befoie I lett rait of a veij laigc stoi e c f oie fal en fiom the bottom of tho snft HA. biought to "ra-s, leav i"£, othei stones exposed This stone, windi vis similai in piahtv to t-pocimen No 4 was Inoken bj rij elf, and lett at the 3haft to enable visitois to soo tho qiulitj of the oio îoisod from beneath the
The above mentioned specimens mav be scea at the offeeof Mi Wickstead Assajsnienow being made, and as soon as thei aie completed the îesults v ill be pubhshe1 d\c
NEW CORNWALL MINERAL ASSOCIATION
A GENERAL MEETING of the Members of the
above Company will bo held at the Hotel Europe, at 11 o'clock precisely, on Monday, tho 22nd instant, for the adjustment and settling the terms, provisions and clauses of the Deed of Settlement of the Company, tho elect ion of Directors, and other business appointed by the pro- visions of the Limited Liability Act.
R. B. LUCAS, ? r, ,
W7SMYTHÉ, Hon. Sec. Adelaide, 10th April, 1851, 46x1
PORT LINCOLN MINING COMPANY
Capital-^40,000, m 20000 Simes of £2 eich
lue «hillings to bo pail on application, ;.. on allot ment, a call of 10s two 1101 ths aitei illotncnt, md the remainuci, it lcqnued, m calls of not moie (han 5s , at nitei v ils of not lecs th i. tv o mont! s
lohn Beek, Lsq j Philip Levi, 1 sq
John Brown, i si | 1 loin j Simpson, F*n
li. I. Rlovv.L^q
Iho Bank ot Austir.lasn Biokei-Philip B lo\
This Comnanj is proposed to be foi med foi the pui pose of dev eloping the extensiv e and v aluable 11 coln ldMmeral Piopeitv known as the Poi u Lincoln Mme, situated at i dist «nee of five miles fiom J u lbv ß iv, and about mid way between the township of Poit Lincoln and the pro pcrtv of tho Lipson*-. Co e V it "ig Companj It cor» puses 70Ö Acics m nue aJ|oming tee L on-- i»nd con
| tains Idige deposits ot nell eoppei oio in sovenl lcgulai j i
lodi s j |
The vluc of this piopeitj in eoppei mnung int^ong been known to the public, a Company, with i vciy hmitel capital, having been io«med foi its acqunement and woiklug, the pieiinmaij o¡ o iti<ui3 ot wuich ic suited in tLo raising of abo it o00 tons of oie, ave raging, as show n bj iss ij s made m ti c oo^nv, fio-n 1 ) to 30 per cent ol pine eoppei, which reilisel ovei £4 000 At Swansea paicels ol 33, 43, 52 and 00 tons were sold, the fust avenging 2i\ pel cent, the second 2°>¿, tho thud 21];, and tue fouith 2o poi cent, makiug, cousequentlv, an avenge oí the q iaht j of oio sild it Si ansea bj jiubhc ticketing5!, ac olding to the othcial ossav, ne^rlj 24 per «en1', in adduion about 100 tons wee »old m A« elaide, the v«s j s of v h cb give a yield of _7 pei cent of pine copp"i
Notwithstanding this favouitule cimmoi cement and the lmmeiuc natuial rdvantages pirs«.nted bv the s tu i
tion of the Minc, its pio\imilv lo an excellent slnppn g poit, and the piesence of abuudance of gool v Uti and luel, the uiisettloment ol ousting iuterts«.s neate 1 by the fir«t discovciy oí gold m Victom, togethci with ti e want of piopci micbineij, caused cp<uations to be s,us ponded, and no subsc piont pit-ceodings being ta' cn, the piesont propuctois b came the puicnoseis, being fnllj convinced that the e\penditme of a moduale amount of capital wo lid bo sufficient to iulfil its first piomiso of being a highly i cmuneratn e un lertakmg
With a view, theiefoie, cf securing this lesmt the propnetots have c otoimined to adopt the best iceogniscd me m3 of so doiog- bj inviiin., th». public to i vi ticip ii* m the expense am1 an'icirated piolits ansmg fiom the woi kings of the propcrtj-md, cndoisin., thepimeipl" that ill paiti03, wiiothei oiigmil p opt etoisor slnue hn'deis, should look tor then letuin fiom the icce s of the undei taking pupose tho following to«ms, ealing paiticulai ittcntion to the fact that this piopeitv is held as a Freehold, wh cb, mtn the To wul ¡x) lai 11 ut as pia onginal plan would I c ti uisferre I d solutel to thcCo-upiov Oil its fuima<-on, and Ko ti ta luge sum ol money has ahoilj been expende 1 in sui,ta and otln \ oikmgs, which vill vciv mateinlh dminnsn the outlaj îeqiuicd roi lutuie opoiiitiens.
The no ninal c ipit ii of the Companj to bo £40,000, one half of this sum to be subscnoed loi lu the pu n c in 10 000 shaiesot £2 each, «md to be usid =< lelj is i working captai, the otkot hilf to be consi le id rs 10,00 ) jiaid up sha«t s, to he issutd to ti c pi osent pi o piietoia-one mo ctv on the foi ma «on ol the Comp «in, and the lemamilei SIK months iftciiiaul»
ino Huies to bo allotted not lot of application, and the lists to be closed SJ soon as the íequ roi mimbeis <-hall be si b»ei ibed, the piipiiftois iOsc«vngto them sebes the light of v Ulidia« nig tin pio-qicclus shoal I the whole uumbei of thais-, not Le aj plied lei b_, 2'>«h
M vv next
On toe itquued -lum1 ~i I o n0 a1 lo 'ed a gctiei ii meeting of the sh ueholi'eio lo be c ukd foi tlie p u tiose ol adopting a Deed of Settlement, eleeunn .>ireetois, anl settling othct inatteis necess-» v ii tcinisoi tie Limited Liibmtj Act of this coloiu H s ich mcclirg eveiy sh.ie to entile the bold i toa vote the pi o piietois íeserving to themselves tlio noinit ai on ol cne thud of the Directois, the icmaimug tvo t'auL. to ue appunted by the p ibbc s i ueho'dcis s ilJj.
An j dividends that may be domed norn the woi king of the Mine to bedeclaudat pei shan, uicspectivo ol what maj havo been paul up thcieo i
Itisnecesnv to stitetiatpno LO tho lve-ait d s tnbed condition of moneiaij itr.ui.. ii 1 ngiiii 1,nogo tuitions wetc ommonced, anl whieu h we never b on positiv elv bl oken ofl foi ti c sale of tho Proper v to an Jinglish Companv for i considei«.tion of £2u,000mc"sk and a butha sum ot ¡£10,000 mcasti and shaves coutn gent on the success of the Mme lhoolicctol the piesent Proprietors being, hor-cvei, ti at the Mine should be at vvoik v-ithont furtl oi dcliv, they ne willing to give the si a choidns unie« this Pío pectus the benefit ot such ale, snould^b« canicd outhcfoic communication c m lie bel 1 v ith Lngl 111
App icatioii3 foi ^h ues, i 11 io i um any\.vd, to be made to the undoi sipicd, at li s ob^e ÜJ Km,» William street, accompajied bj a deposit rceotpt lioui the Bruk
of Austi ilasi \,
PIIILÎP B n\ Biokei
J0 King Y? nliam st cot
rouvi OF AirnovnoN oi sir vi s
To the Propi etoisot the Po I Lincoln Mme.
Gentlemen-Havng]ail£ to vom cedit at the B ink ot vusti ihv-i i i i e ( test * nat v ou v ill ailot mo Shaies m the Pott lincoln Muung C« ipan> (Limited), and I hoio >j agiee to ic opt s ich Li u s, <n anv less numbci ti at maj be a'litt d t J m«., "u.1 j"et li the provt-tons of t io Lui ite 1 Jiibtbf .Ac1, an t s th îegi latious as m ty^be a^iec I to on the ¡oinnUionol the
Oceup i* on ,
Addles^ cite D i^e
HIE KADINA MINING C^PVW (i , i ted) -
IN 8,000 SHARES Ol' £o IVh
The South Av.-tnlian Banking Compan,, AJ la le,
Poi t Adelaide, md Wilhioo
Th-» Piom.ctois of lOURflEN ~\ U UABLB MI" LR\L S>« LIIONS at Wallaloo Imc dct rmiu d
to fon i a Companv foi the pniposo of "oikt ig tî en
The v lue of the o ¡sections is o eil 1 nov n tint thej deem it unncccwi to c ltei i Ho 11> inn i e ne c in tiouoftiiem Ihev con- t of "so _ 2 2.3,221 uni 221, Ring between the J inns'iq of kidiuiand the Bingo \\ indu ta "ii 1 vh« x v«incs, anl unnicliaM« aljoming tho Av am'ilta, 1« nj¡o, au l vf/itt i Aiming
Nos 220 and 41G ho to t ic ea-tw i.d of the ibove and foi m the southern bound i y of the Coi HW ill Mmci ii
Nos 172 anl 473 adjoining Dnvoa's Minc aid Hughes s 411 on the south and east
On the abjvo Eight ""-cottons i vea lcnt'ia^ been paid, and lea cs will be lev ly b\ Mi» liv
¡Nos 'ü«) 520 A, lu about ti o mils west of the Wombat Shaft (ming two ol the dwpitel S étions nov allotted to thepiopuetns )
Nos "Í21 >'il, ni )23 beni a rut so m vest horn 172 \n 1 473 and of Dm v ca s \nne
IVo «til noi h west ot Lambs Mire
On these Six Sections th" deposit ha» 1 eon lal md the c1 ums on tiiein îcto^iii^ed
Iho Ptopitctois ptojioío toalUt to I n public ß 010 shaics, re-eivinD to themsciiCo 2 0i)u omi ¡u t paving illino piehminu> expenses except the n onoj ¡ad to tho Government f >i lent md deposits
Neuhei Peinanent noi Piovuionil Gnmutlee will
be appointe 1 until 3 000 simes ne sol I-wh n a meet mg will be immediately collei at winch ca ushue on wlueii the allotment deposit Ins leen pail v ill com maud i vote The scup icceipt to b" p odti"e I bv pur chasei oi pioxv
Unless 3 OOU shades aie takenup on oi oefoioWed nc«daj, Mav 15 ISol, the ofiei will bo v it'idiav nail tue monej i etui ned.
The ongmal piopuctoisha e dct ii mcdthalno i íoie shaies s'i ill ba issued tha i st ite I in ti e piospcctus, md that tnoso be allotted in oi dei ot into, and that at th« fiist mcetin ', the "dm ehe ¡dei s a« cml led shall h wo the power lo volo the issue of the hílame ol shaies un'ol I at that dite, ci, it then opaoa, to allot the same to
A dep ) it ot 10s to b" paid on applicatio i a furthei sum of 10s on allot ncnt md the mia co (it lequuou) in calls of 10s each, at m'en ¡ils of ¡iii less thin two
Application foi Sha ci to 1 o i ia lo o ih to
ER I DLRIC NICKST" LI), Bl ka, Adolailc, BENJAMIN BL! D A^cvt, Poit Ulekide , J S DUNG VN, A"cnt. Wilki «.o
TuB KADINA MIMiNG COMP*iN\-(Iu utcd>.
101 VI Ol UUICATION FOR S 1 VI 1 , To Ml
fcu-I ltquest that jon will dlot mo "shaies ni the abovo Mine, on which T hrnewithhaul von i deposit of len Shillings pe Sime , and I a^iceto ice pt, on the tenus of t'-o Pi ispectus, all si e i Mi -.?> uul to ¡ w all subscriptions on tLC same
Occupation de Addiess
NATIONAL BVMx OP YUSTRALVMA
Incoipoi ited b Act o'" Piiliamcnt SOU1II AU«r LkALTUV B'iAiNGH
A MEETING of the. bJlAREHOLDI RS on the South Australian Registrv of this Be ii will be he'd it the Masonic Hall, White s Rooms K ng W ubini stn-et, on Wednesday, 8ih Miy next, ->t 10 o clocv in the foie noon, foi tha pinp»be of "onsid nig th" Directns Repnit, md of Ehcting, In bd ot, Fovu Locil Dueetois in the place ot the p esont Boaid who lotne
Hie follow ng dulv qualified Slmeholdtio aie enid
Ar'hui IBlvt'i j Thorns Gia es J omi Challes Boon! j AL" ndeillay
411 iham Scott
Form of proxj foi voting it this clccliov may be ob tinned «it any of (ho Bl inches but must he sent ia to this office not later tuan 4'b \ av ne^t
The Transfei books will be closed Bom Gili till l°lh Maj inclusive
FREDERICK WRIGHT, Manager
Adelaide, April 8,1861, dxç
\~KT H BAL EMI L Y M I N K
V V BETWEEN WALLAROO AND KADIN '. '
To ho brought under tho Limited Liability Act.
CAPITAL, £30,000, IN 15.000 SHARES OP £'>
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS :
Mr. Robert Cottrell, j Mr. G. It. Debney,
Mr. Pitt Cobbctt, | Mr. W. A. Hut-hos,
Ms. H. L. Vosz.
MANAGING DIRECTOR : Edward Wright, Esq.
South Australian Banking Company, Adelaide.
Messrs. Fenn ic Bruce.
MINERAI. CLAIMS Nos. 40S, 400, 410, and 4~>C>, in all 2J0 acres, have been secured under tho late Mineral Regulations, and the first year's rent paid to January and Februaiy, 1SG2, and the object of this Asorintion is to provide working capital for developing these claims. (Seo Report at foot.)
Ten thousand shares aro offered to the public for working capital, each share payable-5s. on application, and 5s. on allotment ; and the remainder in calls of 5s. each at such time as the Directors may appoint. JVO call to be made u:i!a?s with three months' previous notice in some of the public papers. A present deduc- tion will be made of £400 for preliminary ouilav- for rent, survey, &c.
On the full number of shares being applied for Ih; list
will be at onco closed.
The jreverved shares will bo issued \as follows :-Ore fifth on the formation of the Companv-'; one-fiiih on the Company being dill j'registcred under the Limited Liability Act ; then half the remainder on 500 tons of copper ore heing raised ; and the balance (less 25 shares) cn 1.000 tons. The profit from these shares to be held by the Directors for division bctweon tho Miniug Captain and the Miners employed bjr the Associa- tion, if judged to be deserving-othcrwiso as they may appoint.
Each Share will bo entitled to one voto. Directora lo hold not less thm 50 shares, winch must be paid up, to cntUle thom to a seat at the Board.
To meet the case of absentee shareholders and non- residents in Adelaide and its suburbs, particular at- tention will be directed in the Deed of Settlement
The form of appointment of attorney for signing
Deed of Settlement.
Forms for appointment, revocation, and re-appoint- ment of attorney for receipt of dividends, purchase c.f shares, sale ol'shares, voting bv proxy.
With necessary details us to attestation ol' signatures
and verification of attestation.
The scrip will bo founded on that of the Burra
Upon 2.000 of the shares being allotted the Company vvill be formed, and a general meeting of shareholders will be caütíd to adopt a. Dceif of Settlement, to brimr tho operations of the Companj- under tlie Limitfcl Liability Act, to appoint Trustees, Directors, and Mining Captain, and for such other business as maj' be deemed necessary for the protection of the share-
Ground will bo opened at the cost and risk of tho Association abeiit the first of X>IöjT next, under competent mining superintendence ; and persons desirous of becom- ing shareholders will see the benefit likely to arise from their joining us early as possible, in order to take full advantage of the present rainy season.
Notices of meetings connected with the Association will be sent to all Post Towna throughout the colouj
where shares have been taken.
It is confidently expected that copper ore will soon bo struck, and a clause will bo submitted empowering tho main body of the shareholders to dissolve tho Company should copper oro not bo raised within twelve months from the formation of the Company, the arsets after payment of liabilities to be used towards reimbursing shareholders to the amount of their respective contri- butions, Mid the ba'.auee (if am' i to the reserved shares.
Managing Dhector. REPORT.
-To those acquainted with Wallaroo tho situation of tho mineral claims of tho Association can be submitted with confidence ; to those unacquainted with tho locality, Section 40S is considered valuable, as, mart fi-om other considerations, likely tohavo the Iode3 from Smith and Taylor's shafts on Section 152A. Copper ure is expected to be raised in a very short tinio from Section 410, while 409, on the same parallel as the New Cornwall lode from tho Wandilta, will have tho ludo from the Bingo. No plan is attached to this Pros- pectus, as Mr. Macgeorgo's maps aro bv* thÍ3 tima in
Weymouth-street, loth March, ISiil. Mr. Edward Wright, Gresham-strect.
Dear Sir-Having recently visited the Wallaroo Mines, and examined a great many of tho minor.il claims taken there, amongst those 1 particularlj' ex- amined were Sections Nos. 40S, 409, 410, and 4jti, which are known as belonging to j-ou ; and, at your re- quest, I beg to hand j-ou the following report :
Section 408. Tho surface appearances aro very gool. I perceived a great quar«; icy of natural broken spar and ironstones, which Jitorally spread over nearlj' the whole Section. Those surface indications would not occur had there not been many large parallel lod.»s passing through it. I consider this Section very valuable fo« mining operations.
Section 409. A much greater depth of aibivial soil being on its surface than the before-mentioned Section, consequently tho mineral indications arc not so visible ; but tho adjoining Sections to tho west convince me that several lodes wiilbo found on this Section.
Section 410. The mineral appearances of this Section are very promising, having quantities of broken spar and ironstone on tho surface, similar to Section -103. Í observe Mr. Groasc's party at work on a very large lodo, only about one chain from the eastern boundary line of this Section. This lode is composed of spar with iron and gossan, and promises to make oro im mediately, and is running directly into Section 410.
Section 450. The indications at surface similar lo Fee tion 40S. Quantities of spar and ironstones showiiii ufc surface, these being true indications of lodes passing very shallow from surface, which can bo found with little expense if properly searched for.
In conclusion, I must congratulate you in luV.ing mineral Sections in so favorable a position.
I am, Sir,
This report has been perused by Mr. W. B. Dawes, of the Kanmantoo Miues, and its contents approved of as correct. Tho mineral claims have been spoken well of by Air. B. T. Finniss (of tlie Finniss Claims), Mr. Varcoe (of the Lipson's Cove Mines), and others;
For shares apply to Mr. T. E. Bury, No. 21, King William-street ; and to the Managing Director, Gresham strcet, opposite the National Bank, betweon the hours of noon and 2 p.m.
A list of Local Agents will bo published shortly.
KULPARA MINING COMPANY.
MEETING OF SCRIPHOLDEUS.
A Preliminary Meeting of Scripholders of the al-.ovo Companv- will b3 hold at tha Gresliam Hotel, on friday. April ]ft, 18öl,at 4 o'clock precisely (upwards of 500 shares having boen allotted in terms of Prospectus), for the purpose of electing Provisional Directors, and 111.iking arrangements for preparation of Deo I ot Settlement,
de ' ' FREDERIC WICKSTKKD.
?a/TINTNG VENTURE.-SECTIONS Nos. 740 to
ÙL 750, 773 to 777, and 793, WALLAROO.
Tho Subscribers lo tho above Venturo ¡ire informed that tho whole of the shares having been taken, a MliRTlNGwiilbeheldat White's Rooms, on Friday, next, 19th inst., at 3 o'clock p.m., for the purpo3o of electing a Committee of Management, and for other
It is requisito that Subscribers bring their deposit rcceipis, and pay balance of contributions at time of
d3 ' J. M. AMSBERG, Hon. Sec.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MINING ASSOCIATION
Notice is hereby given that tho ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Association will be held at the Office of the Company, Rundlo-streot, Ade- laide, on Wednesday, the 17th day of April instant, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, precisely, for the purpose of receiving tha Directors' Report to tho Shareholders, the examination of the Auditors' Report and Accounts, tho Sccretarj-'s Report of the attendance of Directors, lo Elect five Directors in the place of Messrs. Arthur lily th. Join Beck, Thomas Graves. John Charles Boord, and John Hector, who retire ; to fix the remuneration of the Auditors for the past year, and for such other business as niajr bo submitted for consideration at the
The list of persons qualified for Directors is now ex- hibited at the Office of the Association, and Share- holders will bo required to givo fivo days' notico in writing of their intention of becoming Candidates, forms of which notice may ha obtained at the Office.
All proxies intended to have effect at the above roïct ing 'must bo lodged with tho undersigned before 3 o'clock p.m. 011 tlío 15th instant.
The Books of Transfer will be closed on tho loth, lGth, and 17th instant.
By order of tho Board,
HENRY AYERS, Socrctarr. Adelaide, April 2,18(51. dxc
PORT LINCOLN MINING COMPANY.- Pro-
spectuses, Forms of Application for Shares, ami every information may now be had at the Office of
PHILIP B. FOX, Sharobroker,
de 50, Killiam-streot.
SHARES FOR SA L E. -
Port I incoln Alining Company Lipson's Cove do. do. New Cornwall do. do. Durj'ea's do. do. Kulpara do. do. Nottle k McDonald's Claims
In am* quantities to suit purchase! ¡s.
PHILIP B. FOX, Shareholder.
dxc 50, Kin» \VilIiaiu-8treetv