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- Shipping.

JTEAM TO MELBOURNE.-The swift

and powerful steamship

_ , . ~ ' ALDINGA,

John- McLean, commander, will sail on' Tuesday, the 27th instant. Passengers per 1*40 train.

Apply to

J. NEWMAN & SON, Port.

J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street.

ALTERATION IN HOURS of SAIL-

ING.-STEAM BETWEEN PORT ADELAIDE AND MACDONNELL AND GUICHEN BAYS.-The screw steamer

ANT,

Frederick P. Snewin, Commander, will sail between the above Ports, weather permitting,

EVERY ALTERNATE WEEK ONLY.

FROM: MACDONNELL

BAT

At 6 o'clock p.m.

Friday, Aug. 2,16, 30. FROM PORT AbELAiDE

' At 10 o'clock a.m. Tuesday, July 30

. ,." Aug. 13,27 |

FROM GUICHEN BAT

At 10 o'clock a.m.

Saturday, August 8,17, 21¿ For freight or passage, apply to

;,, ( WM. YOUNGHUSBAND JUN., & CO.,

Town and Port.

N.B.-All Cargo to be put on board and taken from alongside the steamer at MacDonnell Bay at consignee's risk and expense. " fmtxc

JTEAM TO PORT LINCOLN AND

PORT AUGUSTA.-The

LUBRA,

Captain Ward, will sail on Saturday next, August 31, on arrival of the 3.30 p.m. train.

Goods must be alongside not later than 12 o'clock on day of sailing. Freight on small packages and parcels to be prepaid or thev will not be forwarded.

JOS. STILLING & CO., ) Vnmt n"A T>",^ .

J. DARWENT, '[Town and Port;

ELDER, STIRLING, & CO., Port Augusta. Grenfell-street, August 24, 1861. d6

TEAM TO WALLAROO. The

MAID OF THE YARRA,

W. Orchard, commander, will positively sail on Tuesday next, the 27th instant, at 4 p.m.

Apply to

> JOHN FORMBY, Port,

do v J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street.

\0 WALLABOO IN 12 HOURS, VIA _ PORT ARTHUR.

The steamer

YOUNG AUSTRALIAN,

Captain Wells, will leave Port Adelaide for Port Arthur every Monday and Thursday, at 10 o'clock in the even- ing, meeting Jewell's conveyance at Port Arthur, which conveyance will start for Kadina at 7 o'clock the fol- lowing morning.

Fares-Cabin, including Conveyance ... £2 10

Steerage. 2 0 For passage apply to S. P. Badman, Red Lion, Rundle-street ; or to

J. T. CRESWELL, Agent, Port.

The Young Australian -will Tow Vessels as usual between the trips. tthsc

kRIENT LINE OF PACKETS FOR

LONDON,

:CALLING at the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

FIRST SHIP

FOR THE

FEBRUARY WOOL SALES.

LAST SHIPPING DAY, OCTOBER 25. The Al clipper ship

ORIENT,

1,032 tons register, Alexander Lawrence, commander, has established her reputation for punctuality and speed, by .having accomplished six consecutive passages to Ade- laide withiu 80 days, and five homeward ones via Cape of Good Hope, in 94 to 97 days, will sail on a day to be fixed from the 25th October to the 1st November.

Has full poop, with spacious accommodation for all classes of passengers, and carries a surgeon.

Forfieight or passage, and to inspect plans, apply to Captain Lawrence, on board, or to

sttb+xc JOSEPH STILLING & CO.

kRIENT LINE OF PACKETS FOR

LONDON.

TO FOLLOW the ORIENT, and to SAIL

in all DECEMBER. The splendid new Aberdeen clipper " L THE MURRAY,

Al> 14 years, 1,000 tons register, John Legoe, Esq., com-

mander.

This magnificent and beautifully modelled full poop ship, constructed by Messrs. Hall & Co., of Aberdeen, on the finest lines for speed, has been fitted out at great cost, and is in every way adapted for the conveyance of all classes of passengers. Will carry a surgeon.

For freight or passage, and plans of saloon, apply to stthfxc JOSEPH STILLING & CO.

10R LONDON.-The Al clipper ship

_ CREST OF THE WAVE,

800 tons register, one of the fastest vessels afloat, will sail about the latter end of October, carrying first-clasa passengers only. Intending passengers are invited to inspect the accommodations of this well-known ship previous to her departure for Port Wakefield.

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

PHILIP LEVI & CO., Town and Port. August 24,1861. tthsc

SUR CALCUTTA DIRECT.-The clipper |

ship

CARNATIC,

'604 tons register, Al ,12 years at Lloyds',

Captain Richard McNeill, Commander, will sail about |

the 10th September.

HARROLD BROTHERS, Agents, tdc Adelaide.

FOR SWAN RIVER.-The fine Al ship I _ GLOUCESTER '

will positively sail on Thursday morning next, 29th inst. Passengers must be on board on Wednesday evening.

PHILIP LEVI & CO., Agents. August 24,1861. d3

133^ T710R SYDNEY DIRECT.-The fast-sailing I TEH^IJ Brig 5i

ANN SANDERSON.

This vessel having two-thirds of her cargo ready for shipment, and being chartered, will have quick dis- patch.

For freight or passage, apply to

BURNETT NATHAN, 87, Hindley-street ; T. E. BURY, King William-streèt : or to de , S. MOCATTA, Port.

j**«*.*. T?0R P0RT MACDONNELL. - The IJa^Ëais JP schooner

EMU,

C. H. Goobel, master, will sail positively on Saturday,

31st inst.

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

orto

de HUNTER, STEVENSON, & CO.

JAMES ARTHUR COX,

MARINE SURVEYOR,

ARBITRATOR AND NAUTICAL REFEREE,

dq PORT ADELAIDE.

QHIPS' PRINTING.-SHIPS* POSTERS and every, C5 other description of Printing requisite for Shipping purposes executed with the utmost despatch.

and on moderate terms, at the " ADVERTISER" and

"CHRONICLE" Geneial Printing Olfices, Grenfell-1

street.

General Merchandise.

ON SALE -

RUM 10 and 30 o.p. best W.I., Jamaica, E.I. Brandy, U.V.C.-pale and dark, bulk and case Brandy, C.V.C.-Dumas', lleynault's, &c.

Gin-Booth's, Pigeon's, and Burnett's-bulk and j

case

Geneva, JDKZ ; Selztsrwater, Bitters

Whisky, Stewart's, in case, qr.-cask, and octaves Port Wine, best and middling, case and bulk Sherry, finest and palo, in qr. casks and cases Burgundy

Champagne, Hock, Moselle, Claret

Ginger Wine, Stewart's and Thompson's, in case

and bulk

Ginger Brandy, Cigars, Liqueurs

Beer, Byass'sand Hibbert's, Ale and Porter Hops, best-1859, 1857, and 1856 Malt, finest pale-just landed Sugar, Mauritius, assorted

Tea, in chests, half-chests, and bo^es-Congou, &e. Coffee-Finest Plantation, Ceylon ° Tobacco, qr.-tierces; Manila Cigars

Soap, Stoele's Liverpool ; Sundry Colonial

Salt-best, coarse, fino, and Table Salt in iars Candles, Belmont and Neva ; Fi^s

Starch, Blue, Sago, Arrowroot, Prunes

Pickles, Salad Oil, Bottled Fruits-well assorted Pepper, black and white ; Cloves, M accaroni Sardines, halves and quarter ; Salmon

Hams, Bacon, Oatmeal, Split Peas Tallow

Soda, Crystals, Soda Ash and Caustic : Rosin

Iron, Morewood's Zinc, Slates, Timber, &c, &c.

d2_MARTIN, GAEDECHENS, & CO.

F

OR SALE at the Stoves of the under-!

signed

EWBANK'S PATENT NAILS, Blacksmiths'

Bellows

XTCUUIVB

Galvanized Iron, Galvanized Iron Buckets Double and Single Barrel Guns, Horsehair Brandy, Gin, Rum, Whisky, Port

Sherry, Maraetti's Ale, Company's Congou Sugars, Soda, Salt, Rice, Tobacco

Arrowroot, Cornsacks, and an Assortment of

Slops and Fancy Goods.

ALSO,

, 85-Crates Crocker}'.

. do BURNETT.NATHAN.

ÏOfJ

BARRELS FINEST CAROLINA RICE. de P. McROSTIE, Rundle-street.

_General Merchandise._

ON SALE, EX ORIENT -

Wool Sacks, Corn Sacks

Fulton's Fine Edinburgh Ale.

tlxmc PETER CUMMING & SONS.

FOR SALE, ex Aldinga, 100 Tons Fine Circular Head

POTATOES.

MORGAN & POLLARD,

d3 Hindley-street. ON SALE

GALVANIZED IRON, Morewood's, Tupper's,

and Johnson's

Fencing Wire, Nos. 4 and 5 Fencing, Continuous Iron Tinplates

Cornsacks, Woolpacks and Ore Bags,

stthc ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO.

LONDON AND COLONIAL CO.'S ALE and

PORTER

Port Wines, Brandy, Gin, Rum, Whisky

Pickles, Mustards, Oils, Brewers' Isinglass Cement, Soda, Soda Ash, Tobacco Pipes Coffee, Currants, Chocolate, Hops, Salt

Blasting Powder, Fuze, Mushats' Miner's Steel Strychnine, Arsenic, Sublimate, Sheepwash Sheet Window Glass, plain and stained

, Cornbags, Cordage, Tarpaulins, Printing Ink

Soap, Sugar, Tea, Tobacco, Twine, Woolpacks. d*x4 JOSEPH STILLING & CO.

HARPER TWELVETREES'S SOAP POWDER

now landing ex Sea Stai

BATTY'S RED CABBAGE PICKLES

DAY & MARTIN'S LIQUID BLACKING, in

Casks, assorted

, Jamaica -Cooee, a choice sample

Plantation Ceylon, do. do.

' Teas in Chests, Half-Chests, and Boxes, best samples,

late arrivals

Patna and Carolina Rice

Patras Currants in Boxes, Casks, and Carotels

Cheddar and Dunlop Cheese in Tin and Cloth Í

North Wilts in Tin and Cloth

, BENCRAFT'S COLONIAL MANUFACTURED

OATMEAL, superior to any imported. On Sale by

'de P. McROSTIE, Bundle-street.

FOR SALE, ex Carnatic, Parisian, Hugenofc, Victory

andgother late arrivals

Feast's half-pints Salad 0.1, do. pint do.

Trench quarts Salad Oil, Royalhand Paper Feast's pint Pickles, Double Demy Paper

Colman's Blue, Column's Mustard, in jars and

bottles

Price's Patent Belmont Sperm, Hale's Patent

Sperm

Taddy's Snuff, Robinson's Patent Groats Fine Salt, Tartarus Acid, Spanish Juicejj

1-lb. -Morton's Salmon, Saidines, halves and

quarters

Cinnamon, English Cheese

Half-tierce3 Tobacco, Whiting.

,dx*^ MORGAN & POLLARD, Hindley-street. ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned

CURRANTS, new fruit, in small barrels, just

landed

Bottled Fruit, Morton's, in splendid order, and

well assorted

Candles, Nevas, Belmont, Ogilbie's Bauwen's

Soap, Steele, Whitby, Liverpool, McCarty's Colo-

nial i

Salt, fine and coarse Liverpool, Cloves

Tea, Gunpowder, Orange, Pekoo, Congou

Cooee, best and Ordinary, Ceylon Plantation Arrowroot, in 12-lb. tins, Maocaroni, Sago

Revalenta Arabica, in glass jara, very supener Tobacco, quarter and half-tierces Cigars, Manila .

Matches, Earthenware, Drapery

Slates, Iron, Steam Engines, Boilers, &c.

Brandy, U.V.C., C.V.C., Reynoult's, bulk and

case

Rum, 10 and 30 per cent. o.p. Jamaica Gin, Booth's, in case, Geneva

Whisky, Stewart's, bulk and case

Ginger Wine, Ginger Brandy, bulk and case Bitters, Absynthe, Kümmel, Liqueurs

Eau de Colonge, Champagne, quarts and pints Sherry, Poit, Hock, Claret, Soltzerwater

I Ale and Porter, Byass's, Marzetti's, Hibbert's,

&c, &c" &c.

j tffc_MARTIN. GAEDECHENS, & CO.

ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned

U.V.C. BRANDY, m hhds. and cases Booth's Gin, in qr.-casks and cases

Lowndes* Altona Old Tom, in 1 doz. cases, at 36s.

per case

Demerara Rum, in qr.-casks, 10 and 30 o.p. Fine old Jamaica do., in cases

Stewart's Kirkliston Whiskey, in octaves, qr.-casks, '

and cases, ex Lubra

Superior Ginger Wine, in cases.

Ex Lubra

Rimmel's Perfumery, 10 cases assorted Sinclair's Bacon, in rolls Cooey's do., middles

Port and Sherry, from £10 per qr.-cask, duty paid

and delivered.

Now landing, ex Parisian

Oilman's Stores, Currants, Raisins, Imperial Plums

, tthsc '' ' ' RIPLEY WEBB, & CO. *

ON SALE, at Wallaroo, in quantities to suit pur-

chasers-Five feet MARKET and BOX PALINGS, ex Daniel Watson, from Hobart Town.

; d12 ALFRED FRANCE.

COALS.-Best NEWCASTLE (N. S. Wales) COALS

' on Sale. Delivered in any part of Adelaide and Suburbs in quantities not less than five ewt.

SINNETT, & CO.,

stthe Ice Manufactory, Franklin-street.

OALS. COALS. COALS

dq T. E. BURY, 24, King William-street.

c

Business Notices.

M ELL OB'S FIRST PRIZE REAPING

MACHINES.-Orders respectfully requested at the Adelaide Steam Works, Franklin and Morphett

dq ' JOSEPH MELLOR, Proprietor.

C'ASTINGS. CASTINGS.

MILL and MACHINE BRASSES, best metal, Is. 8d. per lb.

IRON CASTINGS at very reduced prices, in Wind power and Ho se-power.

FORCE PUM PS always on hand, and made to order at reduced prices.

ANDREW JONES,

Blyth-sfcreet Foundry, late Pappin and Jones.

d*x26

mo TANNERS AND FELLMONGERS.-FOR

JL SALE, at MELROSE, Mount Retnai kable, a first rate BUSINESS in the above line. A very small capital required to carry on the same successfully. Apply to

J. MOUNSTER & CO., Melrose ; or to J. S. SANDERS, Grocer, &c,

dxc 70, Hindley-street.

THE » ADVERTISER" SUMMARIES FOR ENG-

LAND.-Country residents desirous of sending our MONTHLY SUMMARIES of NEWS to their

friends at home, aro hereby informed that by forwarding the addi esses to this office, every care will be taken to ensure their punctual transmission. Single copy, 4d. ; subscription per annum, 4s. All payments to bein advance, unless there is an account open.

Advertiser and Chronicle Offices,

Adelaide. April, 1861. dxc

SE'LLING OF F.

Mr. C. P. EYMER is prepared to sell off his whole STOCK of Ladies* and Children's BOOTS and SHOES from the best Houses in London and Paris, at COST PRICES, in consequence of making more room

for fancy articles.

d7 45, RUNDLE-STREET.

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.-ADVERTISER

and CHRONICLE SCALES of CHARGES.

The following ave the revised rates of Charges for Advertisements in the above papers, and which will be charged from and after the date hereof :

- SCALE OP CHARGES FOR " ADVERTISER," EACH

INSERTION.

Two lines . One Shilling

Three linea . On» Shilling ana Six pen Four linea . Two Shillings.

Five linea ... ... Two Shillings and Sixpenca SixlinßB . Three Shillinge.

And for each two lines additional, Sixpence.

SCALE OP DISCOUNTS.

Three Insertions .12^ per cent. Four Insertions .' 16 per cent. Five Insertions] ... ... 20 per cent. One Week. ... 25 per cent. A Fortnight.33 per cent. One Mouth . ... 50 per cent. Six Weeks .55 per cent. Two Months.C8 per cent. Three Months.66 per cent. SCALE OP CHARGES FOR " CHRONICLE."

Four lines . Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each additional line ... Fivepence.

LIBERAL DISCOUNTS TOR NUMEROUS INSERTIONS.

SPECIAL NOTICE.-NO advertisement of less value | than two shillings can be booked; that amount will therefore he 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 ior a specific time, as otherwise they will bo continued until countermanded, and be charged for accordingly. All ordeis to countermand must be in writing j verbal in-

structions cannot be received.

Advertiser hud Chronicle Offices, Grenfell-street,

April 20, 1861.

JOB PRINTING_Every description of Plain and

Ornamental Printing exojuted with economy, ocuruiy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser and Ùhromcle Offices, Orenfell-street. Orders may alsc be lett at'the Blanch Office, Flatts'e, comer ot Kiny I William and Hindley streets.

Business Notices.

PETR.OLENE LAMPS

KEROSINE LAMPS PARAFFIN LAMPS

MODERATOR LAMPS SOLAR LAMPS

CAMPHINE LAMPS

WICKS, CHIMNEYS, GLOBES.

A good Lamp complete for 2s., warranted to give the light of two composite candles, at one-halfpenny per

hour.

English's best Camphine

Pure Petrolene and Paraffin

American and English Kerosine

Double Refined Rape and Colza Oil, at

W. C. BUIK'S,

Wholesale and Retail Oil and Lamp Warehouse, st* 47 and 53, Rundle-street.

PARAFFIN LAMPS

PETROLENE LAMPS. KEROSENE LAMPS.

PARAFFIN LAMP CHIMNEYS.

The LARGEST, BEST, and CHEAPEST STOCK of the above at G. RHODES & SON'S Lamp Depot, No. 9, Rundle-street, near the corner of King William

street.

Lamps from Three Shillings.

A good Table Lamp complete for Four Shdlings.

A Liberal Allowance to Storekeepers. thst6x6

AGAIN every PRIZE was awarded by the Judges

of the Adelaide Agricultural Society this year, at the Great Champion Trial of Farm Implements, to MESSRS. TUXFORD, Importers, North-terrace, and Grote and Gouger streets, Adelaide, for AGRICUL- TURAL MACHINERY, tested, exhibited, and im- ported by

MESSRS. TUXFORD, Importers,

Prize Agricultural Implement Establishments,

North-terrace, and Grote and Gouger-streets,

Adelaide.

December, 1859. tthsxc

BOOTS. BOOTS. BOOTS.

The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of BOOTS and SHOES in Adelaide can be inspected at

JOHN BAKER'S,

Next door west of the Black Bull Hotel,

HINDLEY-STREET.

The above are open for inspection, being quite new goods, ex Sebastian, Mary Ii. Ray, and other recent

arrivals.

PRICES are exceedingly LOW-Gentlemen's Side Spring, 12s. 6d. ; Ladies' Cashmere, 4s. 6d. ; and all kinds of Childien's Boots and Shoes equally cheap.

Country orders punctually attended to.

AH goods by the best makers and first-class quality.

. de

CARRON IRON-ROLLING MILLS

Dudley-street west, Melbourne.

To Engineers, Blacksmiths, and Contractors.

Having thoroughly overhauled and considerably extended our furnaces and rolling machineiy, we are now prepared to SUlJPLY, in any quantity, and at current rates, HAMMERED SCRAP IRON, marked " Carron Hammered Scrap," in sizes, from

3-16 in. to 3 in. round

3-16 in. to 2J in. square f x i to 4 x 1 flat.

Every bar being now made from scrap iron, hammered, and roiled, the quality is very fine.

We believe it to be superior, and will guarantee it equal, to the best brands imported.

Scrap iron in any quantity bought for cash.

To clear our stock of imported iron, principal brands " Mersey BB," and " BB H," wo are selling at reduced rates, for lots of three tons or over. d*

DURING THE CURRENCY of each Quarter per

sons wishing to become Subscribers to the "ADVERTISER" or the "WEEKLY CHRONICLE," can do so by paying for the proportion of the Quarter then remaining unexpired, and ou the same terms with reference to prepayment as if they entered their names at the beginning of the Quarter. Price, for the full quarter-Advertiser, 15s. in advance, or 17s. 6d. credit ; Chronicle, 6s. in advance, or 6s. 6d. credit ; fractional periods in proportion.

J-OHN MORRISON, SADDLER and HARNESS

MAKER, 56, Hindley-street, takes this opportu- nity of thanking tho public generally for their patronage during the past three years, and to intimate that he is now prepared, as heretofore, to execute all Orders entrusted to him with punctuality and despatch ; and by supplying Colonial and English manufactured goods of the best material and workmanship, lo have a continu- ance of that support which it shall ever be his endeavour

to merit.

Note the Name and Address-No. 56, Hindley-street, opposite the Black Bull. dx

SEWING MACHINES, SEWING MACHINES.

FRED. HASLUCK,

SOLE AGENT IN ADELAIDE, OF

WHEELER & WILSON'S

IMPROVED

FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.

To meet the times, and put them within the reach of all classes, the prices have been greatly reduced.

F. H. invites the public to call at No. 15, Hindley street, and examine the above celebrated SEWING MACHINES, and they will find that they possess, to a greater degree than any other, all the essential requi

ites of a

GOOD SEWING MACHINE. The Machines to be seen at 15, Hindley-street.

dxq FRED. HASLUCK, Agent.

EVANDALE NURSERY

NEAR ANGASTON.

FURTHER REDUCTION IN FRUIT-TREES. Apricots, Apples. Cherries, Pears,

Peaches* and Nectarines, Plums, Damsons, and Quinces, fine well

rooted plants .18s. per doz. Vines (rooted), best Wine and Table 30s. per 100 Vines (rooted), Wine, second quality 20sjper 100

Vines(cuttings),best Wine and Table Qm per 1,000

Ornamantal Trees, true to name, own . | selection .12s. per doz. Ornamental Shrubs, do., do. 12s. per doz. Very fine Show Roses, do., do. ... 12s. per doz.

Catalogues may be had on application.

thtqxl2 J. F. WOuD, F.H.S., Manager.

FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD

SHORT LENGTHS.-For sale, in any quantitv. dq W. KING, North Adelaide.

MANY COUNTRY SETTLERS who do not sub-

scribe to a Daily Paper would like to take in THOSE NUMBERS WHICH -CONTAIN THE

NEWS FROM ENGLAND,

as published immediately after the arrival of the Mail. For the accommodation of this class of readers, we now intimate that we will take orders, and forward to any address, at the ordinary price of the Daily Advertiser, those copies of the paper which contain the news by

THE EUROPEAN MAIL.

Persons desirous of securing this advantage can have either the paper first published after the Mail arrives, or the first two papers. The latter course is most advisable, inasmuch as the mail steamer frequently comes in late at night, when only a portion of the news can be given next morning, the remainder being printed the day following. As the Mail frequently arrives on Saturday or Sunday, it necessarily follows that the news from England cannot appear m the weekly papers for a week afterwards. By subscribing to Ino days' " Adver tiseis" in each month, country residents will make sure of having, at the earliest possible moment, the whole of the news from home, besides general European Intelli. gence, and information from America, India, China, Africa, Mauritius, Western Australia, &c, &c.

*#* Where no account is open, it is requested that orders for these occasional numbera may be accompanied by a remittance in postage stamps. Price, 4d. per

number.

"Advertiser" and " Chronicle" Offices,

Grenfell-street, Adelaide August, 1861.

fooks, Stationery, &e.

MAP OF ADELAIDE.-The new Map of the City

by Messrs. A & E. A. DELISSER, price

Mounted on roller, colored and varnished £110 Plain.0 10 6

is now ready at all the Booksellers, and at J. Kemp Penney's, agent, Gawler-place. stthc A LARGE Selection of NEW MUSIC at

PLATTS'S SHOW ROOMS,

Hindley-street.

rEW CONGREGATIONAL HYMN BOOKS at

[ PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets. CHURCH OF ENGLAND HYMN BOOKS at

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets. SCOTCH PSALMS at

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

WESLEY'S HYMNS at

PLATTS,

. Hindley and King William streets.

[ACAULAY'S - HISTORY OF ENGLAND, L Vol.5.

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

TTOMOOPATHÏC MEDICINES at

PLATTS, Hindley-street. HOMOOPATHIC GUIDES at

PLATTS, Hindley-street.

TTOMOOPATHÏC MEDIOINES, in CUBOS.

PLATTS', Hindley-street. FASHION BOOKS, Ladies' and Gentlemen's.

Family Herald, London Journal

Casselis's Paper, Keynolds's Miscellany.

Just received per Overland Mail for month of June,

j W. C. RIGBY, Importer, 53, Hindley-street.

Books, stationery, &c. T

ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.

ARRIVAL OF THE GOODS EX JUNE

OVERLAND MAIL. Cornhill Magazine, vol. 3 Punch Re-issue, vol. 4 - Family Herald, vol. l8

Life of Edward Forbes, F.R.S.

Tilley's Japan, The Amoor and the Pacific

Gardner's Household Medicine and Sick Room

Guide

Page's Past and Present Life of the Globe Ashworth's America, Cuba, and Canada Tilbury Noye, by author Digby Grant Ridge's Ourselves-our Food, &c.

Holme Lee's Sylvan Holt's Daughter Grey's, Mrs., The Daughters

Water's Experiences of a French Detective Chamar s Jack Adams

Ainsworth's Ovingdean Grange.

W. C. RIGBY, Importer Books, &c,

53, Hindley-street.

HE YELVERTON" TRIAL.

RIGBY,

Importer, 53, Hindley-street. COLORED WRITING INKS, in Parian Vases.

PLATTS, -

Hindley and King William streets.

THE FAMILY DOCTOR, Price 6s. 6d.

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets. ATLAS of the UNITED STATES.' '

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

RIGBYS MONTHLY BOOK CIRCULAR, No. 5

(40 pages), now ready, and can be had on applica- tion free; posted, 2d. 53, Hindley-street.

rriHlRTEEN SHILLINGS for KELLY on the

1 VINE.

WIGG, Rundle-street.

NUMBER ONE.-Edited by A. PENDRAGON,

price Is.

thstc_RIGBY, Adelaide.

B/fACAULAY'S ENGLAND, Vol.

JL * RIGBY,

Importer, 53, Hindley-street.

Z^IOOD WORDS.-SUBSCRIPTIONS received by \T . W. C. RIGBY,

Importer Books, Magazines, &c,

53, Hindley-street.

"OOMAN CATHOLIC PRAYER-BOOKS, &c JA» The First Man to introduce ¡them was the Pro- prietor of 53, Hindley-street,

W. C. RIGBY,

Who regularly imports them, and always has the largest stock on hand to select from, at 25 per cent lower prices

than ever was known before.

N.B.-Don't forget the address,

53, Hindley.street; W. C. RIGBY, Proprietor.

R. KELLY ON THE VINE IN AUS-

TRALIA, Price 13s.

RIGBY,

.Importer, 53, Hindley-street.

rpHE INTERCEPTED COHRESPONDENCE.

J. " Poor Little Tool Tooi "-" Carissima-mia " - The Great Yelverton Trial, Is. Also, The Hon. Mrs. Yelverton's Martyrs to Circumstances.

Just received per Overland Mail.

W. C. RIGBY, Importer, 53, Hindley-street.

OR L E Y FARM

By

ANTHONY TROLLOPE.

Subscribers' names received by j W.* C. Rigby, 53, Hindley-street.

D

HO IS YOUR NEWS AGENT?

RIGBY, of 53, Hindley-street, who supplies two-thirds of the Magazines,1 &c. at Row prices without any extra charge for overland carriage.

STUA'RT'S JOURNAL.

STUART'S JOURNAL.

STUART'S JOURNAL. ( The DIARY of J. M. STUART, Esq., detaüingthe marvellous incidents of his late extraordinary journey across the mainland of Australia,

PUBLISHED

at the ADVERTISER and CHRONICLE Offices,

WITHOUT ABRIDGMENT!!!

Price 6d.

N

EW BOOKS, PER MAI L. M. Du L'haillu's Explorations and Adventures in

Equatorial Africa

A Brief Discourse on Wine; How to Choose it, and

How to Use it

Mrs. B. Stowe's Pearl of Orr's Island Earle's Incidents of Australian Life* Les Squatters Australiens Winslow on the Brain Price on Swofula

Homoopatuy : a Dialogue between a Lady Homoeo-

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Homoopatbic Materia Medica and Therapeutics Paget's " New Examen" (Evidences Macaulay) Royal Blue Book

Herschel'» Physical Geography Herschel's Meteorology

Keith's Evidence of Prophecy Illustrated Tweedie'8 ^aily Devotion Ragged London in 1861

Military Surveying and Sketching, by Captain

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Criminal Celebrities ' The Daughters

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The Pirates of the Prairies.

FASHION BOOKS, &c, &c, &c.

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INTRODUCTION OF THE 6TH NEW ERA.

It is with a feeling of deep satisfaction the Pro- prietor of 53, Hindley-street, announces the above, and lie feels confident that the inhabitants of the colony at large will highly appreciate his endeavouss to put them in possession of useful information in reference to sup- plies upon the one hand, and to place them as buyers upon a first-class footing in reference to prices upon the

other.

THE 6TH NEW ERA is the Publication of a

Monthly BOOK CIRCULAR, comprising the Newest Books, Colonial Publications, New Publications, Addi- tions to Catalogue, and alteration in prices, new Sup- plies of Books, and, for the convenience of parties in the country to enable them to make early application to secure copies, a list of the most Important Books to arrive, School and Commercial Stationery, Account Books, &c, &c, ücc.

W. C. Rigby's Monthly Book Circular, Town, Free,

Posted, 2d.

" General Catalogue, Town, Is. 6d.,

Posted, 2s.

" Supplement to Catalogue, Town, 6d.,

Posted, 8d.

" Catalogue of Bound Books, Town, Free,

Posted, 2d.

" Law Catalogue, Town, Free, Posted, 2d. N.B. All the Catalogues will be posted upon receipt of 2s. 6d. in stamps.

W. C. RIGBY,

Importer of Books and Stationery,

53, Hindley-street, Adelaide.

Professional and Trade Addresses.

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MR. G. GEORGE, DENTIST,

KING WILLIAM-STREET,

de (Upstairs) Two doors from Muirhead's Corner.

ARTIFICIAL TEETH FROM 10s. Each.-Mr,

MEYERS, i-URGICAL and MECHANICAL DENTIST, 39, King William-street (late of Bold street, Liverpool), supplies Artificial Teeth on the principle of Self-Adhesion, and are fixed without wires or causing the least pain :

A Single Tooth, from..'. dCO 10 0

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Please Observe the Address

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MINERAL SECTIONS, &c, SURVEYED.

Address-Mr. C. MCCARTHY,

Licensed Surveyor, , d** Kadina, and42,King William-street.

MR. E. F. MACGEORGE, C. E., LICENSED

SURVEYOR for MINERAL SECTIONS, &c,

WALLAROO.

Address in Town-Mr. James Macgeorge, Architect, King William-street. de.

-¡l/IR. JAMES C»CK, AUCTIONEER, LAND iVi AND COMMISSION AGENT, MOUNT GAMBIER. Lands bought and sold ; Goverment Lands reported on ; Cattle and Horses bought and sold on commission. dxc

./"CORBIN LAMB, Kj (Successor to the late E. G. Collinson),

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL

COMMISSION AGENT,

Princes Wharf, Port Adelaide. dxc

F.

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PORT ADELAIDE. dxc

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Drapery and Clothing

MACARTHUR, KINGSBOROUGH, & CO.,

WHOLESALE DRAPERS,

PIRIE-STREET, ADELAIDE,

Beg to submit to their customers in town and country the following list of New SPRING DRAPERY, just received and now opening, ex late arrivals, consisting of 387 cases, bales, and trunks.

McA., K-, &Co., deeming it unnecessary to enumerate the contents of each case, would only remind their cus tomers that all their goods have been carefully selected, and that all the departments will be found well assorted They comprise

Calicoes, Longcloths, Sheetings, 4-4 and 8-4 greys Iloyle's and other light-ground Prints

Quilts, Toilet Covers, Damask Cloths, Cloutings,

Diapers

Pale Books, Nainsooks, Forfars, Jeans, Drills Drab and Self-Mole Trousers

Men's, Youths', and Boys' Felt Hats

Tweed, Shooting, and Sac Coats, do. Trousers, do.

Vests

White Shirts, Piccadilly and other Collars

Muslin Dresses, Flounced Robes, New Dress Mate-

rials, Broches, Balzarines, Llamas Crinoline Hats, do. Bonnets

Plain and Fancy Bonnet Ribbons, Silk Ties, Lace

Falls, Bandannas

Hosiery of every description

Kid, Silk, and Lisle-thread Gloves

White and Colored Stays, Habeidashery, &c, &c. _._thstxc

NEW SPRING GOOD S

Gentlemen are invited to inspect the NEW SPRING GOODS, at the Shop of

A. MACGEORGE, Hatter and Clothier, stth3xl 40, King William-street.

PRINTING, PRINTING-PRINTING in all its

branches executed neatly, expeditiously, and on the most moderate terms, at the " ADVERTISER" and *' CHRONICLE" Newspaper and General Printing Offices, Grenfell-street, Adelaide.

Public Notices.

ADELAIDE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY-The

EIGHTY-NINTH MONTHLY MEETING of this Society will be held on Tuesday next, the 27th instant, at the South Australian Institute, at 7 o'clock p.m., when a Paper will be read from the ." Journal of the Society of Arts" upon " American Implements and Economic Contrivances."

J. HOWARD CLARK, ) Hon. d2 THOM. D. SMEATON, J Sec.

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS DEFENCE COM-

MITTEE.-SUBSCRIPTIONS in aid of the Fund for defraying the expenses connected with the present movement for upholding the rights of Parliament and the validity of the laws, are respectfully requestad by the Committee, aad will received by the Secretary, Mr. T. Schumacher, Pirie-street ; or by the Treasurer, Mr. J. M. Linklater, Hindley-street.

Persons in the country districts friendly to the I movement are invited to co-operate in raising the |

necessary funds.

By'order of the Committee,

E. SOLOMON, Chairman. Adelaide, August 19,1861. dxc

MR. JUSTICE BOOTHB Y

At a meeting of the Central Committee, held at the | Napoleon Bonaparte, on the 17th Angust, it was re-

solved, that the friends of constitutional freedom through | out the colony, be invited to form local Committees in

their various districts, with a view to secure the imme- I diate dissolution of the House of Assembly, and the [ return of men who will not refuse to uphold the inde- pendence of Parliament and the validity of the laws.

The Central Committee have prepared copies of the memorial to His Excellency, adopted by the meeting held in Adelaide on the 12th inst., and will be happy to supply them to country residents willing to collect sig-

natures.

The Committee will gladly furnish all information in | their power on the subject of the present movement, and,they hereby invite suggestions and communications from the country districts.

By order of the Central Committee,

T. SCHUMACHER, Secretary. Pirie-street. Adelaide, August 17. dxc

MR. JUSTICE BOOTHBY.

At"a Great Meeting of the Citizens of Adelaide, and others, held at Whits's Rooms on Monday, August 12-His Worship the Mayor of Adelaide in the chair the following resolutions and memorial were carried by overwhelming majorities :

1. " That this meeting views with alarm the danger to which the property and constitutional rights of the

colonists are exposed, in consequence of the attitude ] assumed by Mr. Justice Boothby with regard to certain Acts of the Legislature of the province, and expresses its opinion that His Honor's procedure ought to have been enquired into by the House of Assembly, in terms

of Mr. Moorhouse's motion."

2. "That this meeting considers the reply of the Government to Mr. William Owen, in the House of Assembly, as altogether unsatisfactory, and calculated to produce great discontent throughout the colony, and

j is further of opinion that the House of Assembly has I failed to maintain its proper dignity and independence

in relation to the present crisis."

3. "That the following memorial to the Governor be j adopted :

" To His Excellency Sir R. G. MacDonnell, K.C.B.,

Captain-General and Governor-in-Obief of the province of South Australia. The petition of the undersigned inhabitantsof the province

" H umbly sho weth

" That the Imperial Parliament bas conferred on the inhabitants of this province the privilege of making laws for the peace, order, and good government thereof, through the two Houses of the Legislature, elected by the people with the concurrent sanction of His Excel- lency the governor, iu Her Majesty's name, subject only to Her Majesty's disallowance.

"That your Excellency, in the constitutional exercise of the powers conferred upon you, has assented to the Customs Act, the Real Property Act, and other Acts, to the great advantage of Her Majesty's loyal subjects in

this province.

"That Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to signify it to be Her Royal will and pleasure that the said Acts, so assented to by your Excellency, should be left to their, operatiou, thereby necessarily confirming their validity in tbis province.

" That His Honor Mr. Justice Boothby has, in open Court, denied the validity of the before-mentioned Acts, on the ground that your Excellency's assent was wrong- fully given to the same, and has further called in ques- tion the right of your Excellency to exercise the discre- tion vested in you by Hor Majesty, in assenting to various Acts of the Legislature.

" That in every ca3e wherein Mr. Justice Boothby's decisions have been referred to the law advisers of Her Majesty in England, such decisions have been declared to be erroneous, and the course taken by your Excel- lency has been upheld.

" That with reference to at least one of the Acts re- ferred to, Mr. Justice Boothby has expressed his deter- mination not to put a question to a Jury on the suppo- sition that such Act had the force of law in the colony, although your Excellency's legal advisers have declared it to be perfectly valid.

"That in consequence of the position assumed by Mr. Justice Boothby, public confidence in the adminis- tration of the laws is now greatly impaired ; the validity of titles thrown into doubt ; the value of property diminished ; ruinous litigation threatened ; and the whole system of legislation in the province involved in confusion, contradiction, and contempt.

" That foreseeing the dangers likely to resultf ram such an antagonism between a Judge of the Supreme Court and the Parliament of the province, the Legislative Council did on the 10th day of July appoint a (-'elect Committee to enquire into the judicial decisions of Hi?

Honor, and to report upon the steps proper to be taken ; that Bis Honor was twice respectfully and courteously requested to attend and give evidence before the said Committee, and on his declining so to Jo, was sum- moned in the usual formal manner, but that His Honor, in defiance of the law, refused to attend.

" That a similar enquiry was moved for in the House of Assembly, and that many of your memorialists, by petitions to ths said House of Assembly, did express their desire that such enquiry should be instituted ; but your memorialists have heard, with regret and alarm, that the House of Assembly did, by the small majority oi two votes, reject such motion for enquiry, expressing also an opinion that it might be inferred from the decisions of Mr. Justice Boothby that the Acts already referred lo by your petitioners, and other Acts, had not the force of law* in this province.

" That, considering the said Acts have been assented to by your Excellency, and left to their operation by Her Majesty, your Memorialists are of opinion that such a course of procedure on the part of the House of Assembly is inconipitible with the dignity of the Parlia- ment, subversivo of the powers vested in your Excel- lency by the Queen, and inconsistent with the rights of self-government granted to the inhabitants of this pro-

vince.

" That your Memorialists have, therefore, lost all con- fidence in the present House of Assembly as the safe- guard of their liberties and laws, and humbly pray your Excellency to exercise th8 prerogative vested in "you, and dissolve the present House of Assembly.

" And your Petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray."

Copies of the memorial, with ruled sheets for the reception of signatures, have been sent into the country districts, and it is specially desired that they be returned, numerously signed, as speedily as possible. Persons willing to collect signatures can obtain copies of the memorial and blank sheets for names on application to the undersigned.

T. SCHUMACHER. Adelaide, August 15.

DISSOLVE! DISSOLVE !! -ELECTORS of

SOUTH AUSTRALIA, sign the Memorial to the Governor for a Dissolution of the present House of Assembly, and you will then have a chance of obtaining representatives who will not place your liberties under the foot of an irresponsible Judge. Hold your nieet ngs ; declare your opinions ; assart your rights.

dxc A SOUTH AUSTRALIAN.

"|\/rELBOURNE AGENCY.-Messrs. H. is J 1>X TAYLOR, 101 Collins-street West,Melboume,bave been appointed Agents for the South Australian. A deer iter RAÍ", the South Australian H (tUyéÇhronid

Public Notices.

ri AWLER CORPORATION. IT EAST WARD.

At a Meeting of Ratepayers of the East Ward, held at the Grapes Inn, Gawler, on Saturday evening, 24th instant, -«the following resolutions were passed unani- mously :

Proposed by Mr. A. Bevan, seconded by Mr.

Elston

" 1. That this meeting holds that it is impossible for the ratepayers to be properly represented by any in- dividual who is not capable of reading the various documents that may come before the Council, and of writing any resolutions which it might in their interest be expedient to move."

Proposed by Mr. George Nott, seconded by Mr. W.

Wade

" 2. That Mr. John McEwen, commonly called Mr. Councillor McEwen, having on July 31st, when a memorial was presented to the Town Council from 40 ratepayer» of East Ward, expressed himself disrespect- fully towards them, and having at the last meeting of the Town Council, admitted his inability to read the

minutes of the said Council, he be peremptorily re:, quested to retire from the Council." ^ ''

Proposed by Mr. George Isaacs, seconded by Mr. H.

J. C. Harrison

"3. That in the event of Mr. McEwen's declining to resign, a memorial shall be addressed to tha/Attoraey General of the province, soliciting him to point out the proper mode of enforcing the Corporation Act in refer- ence to clause 1 of the Act "23 of 1852, which it is the opinion of this meeting, Mr. J. McEwen has not com- plied with, and that a memorial shall also be presented to the Town Council, pointing out in emphatic language that Mr. McEwen insists on holding his seat against the wish of the ratepayers, and to the detriment of their interests, praying them, therefore, to attach! no con- sideration to the opinions of the said John McEwen on any question whatever affecting them." di

npHE SCHOOL OF DESIGN, in connection with JL the Society of Arts, will be opened at the IN- STITUTE, North-terrace, on Monday, September 2. EVENING CLASSES from 7 to 9. There will be a LADIES' CLASS in the afternoons. Terms may be known by applying either to Mr. C. Hill, Drawing Master, or to the Secretary.

By order of the Committee,

thte JOHN MARTIN, Hon. Sec.

FIRST ADELAIDE RIFLES.-The ANNIVERr

SARY" DINNER will take place on Wednesday, the 28th instant, at the Hamburg Hotel, at 6-30 p.m. precisely. Volunteers can obtain tickets from Corporal Moody, Hindley-street ; or Sergeant Wedemeyer.

mtht3

LECTURE AT WHITE'S ROOMS.

A PUBLIC LECTURE will be given in

WHITE'S ASSEMBLY ROOMS,

King William-street, on Tuesday, September 17th, 1861, by

WM. TOWNSEND, ESQ., M.P.

SUBJECT :

" LIGHTS and SHADOWS of LONDON LIFE ;

or the

COUNTRYMAN in LONDON."

The Chair will be taken at half-past 7 o'clock, by

LAVINGTON GLYDE, Esq., M.P.,

One of the Governors of the South Australian In- stitute.

Full particulars will shortly appear.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

Some friends having provided the necessary Funds for Expsnses, the entire Proceeds will be handed over to

the Treasurer of the

WHITRIDGE FUND, without any deduction whatever.

The friends of the late W. W. R. WHITRIDQE are therefore respectfully requested to aid the Committee in disposing of the Tickets.

Tickets, to admit a lady and gentleman, 2s. 6d. each ; single Tickets, Is. 6d. each, to be had of all book-

sellers, de

THE FRIENDS of the late W. W. R. WHIT-

RIDGE are earnestly solicited to Assist in raising a FUND for the Support of his WIDOW and Five Young CHILDREN, who are left totally unprovided for. Several Contributions have been already promised, and the Committee have arranged for the Whole of the Fund thus raised to be invested in safe Securities, so as to obtain a small but certain Annual Income for the

benefit of the Family. Subscriptions will be thankfully received by either of the following Gentlemen, who have consented to act as a Committee for making the neces- sary arrangements :-Hon. T. Reynolds, Messrs. J. H. Clark, F. K. Faulding, J. Fisher, T. Magarey, M.P., W. Wadham, E. S. Wigg, and J. L. Y'oung.

SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY PROMISED. Proprietors of the

Register, &c. £100 o 0 J. L. Young, Esq. 100 0 o F. H. Faulding, Esq. 30 0 0 Pat. Auld, Esq. ... 10 5 o Messrs. Green and

Wadham.20 o o Hon. W. Peacock... 5 o o Hon. G. C. Hawker 5 0 0 Hon. A. Hay ... 10 0 0 Hon. R. I Stow ... 5 o 0

Hon. T. Reynolds... 5 0 o T. Magarey, Esq.,

M.P. ... ... 20 0 0

A. Anderson, Esq.,

M.P. . 2 0 0 W. J. Browne, Esq.,

M.P.6 0 0

J. T. Bagot, Esq.,

M.P.5 0 0

J. Dunn, Esq.,M.P. 110 Dr. Wark, M.P. ... 2 2 0 R. D. Hanson, Esq.,

M.P. . 5 0 0

W. Milne, Esq.,

M.P.£2 2 0 H. Mildred. Esq.,

M.P. . 5 0 0 W. Owen, Esq.,

M.P. . 5 0 0 W. Parkin, Esq.,

M.P. . 5 0 0 Jos. Peacock, Esq.,

M.P. . 110

P. Santo, Esq., M.P. 5 0 0 W. Townsend, Esq.,

M.P. . 5 5 0

Total at this date...

Adelaide, August 23, 1861

Mr. F. J. Botting . Mr. W. Kay... Mr. A. Dowie Mr. T. Futcher

Mr. E. Rowland Mr. A. Stow

soo 2 12 io io IT 0

10 io o

0 0

Mr. Oliver Young... io - 8 o Dr. Moore ...

Goode Brothers

Mr. Barclay. 2 o Mr. Turton. 1 O Mr. Vosz . 1 0 Mr. Hubert Giles ... i o Mr. G. Dehane ... 1 0 Mr. W. Rounsevell 1 0 Mr. Branthwaite ... 1 o Messrs. Wylde and

Claridge . S 0 Rev. J. Jefferis ... 1 1 E. McEUister, Esq,

M.P. . 1 1 Messrs. luxford ... 5 5 W. Sandover ... 1 o B.Nathan, Esq. 1 l S. Bakewell, Esq.,

M.P. 1 1 SirR.G.MacDonnell 5 5 Per Rev. A.R. Rus

sell

G. D. Sismey, Esq., 2 o J. Lindsay, Esq.,

M.P., . 1 1 P. Cobbett, Esq., ... 0 10 Messrs. G. A. & H.

Bartleet . 1 l Rev. A. R. Russell 0 7

£455 5s. lOd.

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"VTOTICE.-All persons INDEBTED to the Sub JAI scriber are requested to pay the same imme- diately to Mr. John Bullock, Franklin-street, Adelaide, whose receipt will be a discharge, and who will continue to receive for him as before.

S. R. HALL. Brighton, August 22, 1861. d3x2

'ttblic Companies.

MOTTLE AND MCDONALD MINING CLAIMS.

-Notice is hereby given, that a GENERAL MEETING of the members of the above Company will be held at the offices of Mr. A. J. Edmunds, Solicitor, Port Adelaide, on Monday, the second day of September next, at half-past Two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of electing Directora, and adjusting and setthng the terms, provisions, and clauses of the Deed of Settlement.

By order,

C. LAMB, Hon. Secretary.

August 23,1861._stth4x2

ÇT7-HEAL ELLEN (S.A.) MINING COMPANY',

Capital £60,000, in 12,000 Shares, £5 each.

The Local Committee of the above Company have received powers from England for a further allotment of Shares, andaré ready to receive applications for the

same.

V. LAWRANCE, Secretary.

Stephens-place, Adelaide. August 20,1861. d6

NEW DEVON MINING COMPANY'

(Limited.)

Allottees of Shares in the above Company are informed that the ALLOTMENT CALL of Five Shillings per Share must be paid at the offices of the Company on or

before the 29th instant.

de_PHILIP B. FOX, Secretaiy.

CUMBERLAND MINING COMPANY

[Limited.]

The Directors will be glad to receive PRICES for the various lands of TIMBER and DEALS suitable for general Mine Purposes, delivered at the Port.

V. LAWRANCE, Secretary. Stephen's-place, Adelaide. d6

m HE DURYEA MINING COMPANY

JL (LIMITED.)

The Directors of this Company hereby give notice that the First Call of Five Shillings per Share has been paid on upwards of 12,000 Shares out of the 15,000 Shares allotted to the public, and that the Shares upon which the Call is not forthwith paid are liable to immediate

forfeiture.

JAMES ALSOP, Secretary. August 19,1861._d5xl

THE DURYEA MINING COMPANY

(Limited).

TENDERS are requested for the supply of BLASTING POWDER for the Duryea Mines, for the period of one year.

The Powder to be delivered as required free on board

at Port Adelaide.

Tenders marked " Blasting Powder" will be received to the 31st August.

thft3xl JAMES L. ALSOP, Secretary.

MINING PRINTING-Every description of

Printing for MINING COMPANIES done with the utmost expedition, and at moderate charge, at the "ADVERTISER AND CHRONICLE" General Printing Offices, Grenfell-streot.

Education.

VICTORIA-SQUARE ACADEMY, (Estd. 1841.)

Principal: Mr. W. A. CAWTHORNE, assisted by competent masters. Terms-Quarterly in advance, boarders, £13 13s. per quarter. Day pupils from £1 10s. Extras, German, French, and Drawing, £1 Is. o ich lier quarter. de

Hotels, Boarding-Houses. B

OARD and RESIDENCE at Mrs. BARROW'S

Refreshment Rooms, 196, Rundle-street. thstc

Amusements, &c

VICTORIA THEATRE.

A. J. Solomon, Lessee. Robert Macgowan, Stage

Manager.

FIRST and ONLY ENGAGEMENT of those

Talented Artists

Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT HEIR.

THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, August 27,

Will be presented the Play of the

LADY OF LYONS.

CLAUDE MELNOTTE... Mr. ROBERT HEIR. PAULINE . Mrs. ROBERT HEIR.

To conclude with the Farce of ^ THE OMNIBUS, y" Dress Circle, 5s. ; Stalls, 3s., Pit, 2s. ; Gallery; Is.

_J ~~^^ "

Land and House'lProperty.

TO MURRAY^ETTLERS, CAPITALISTS, and

Others:-VALUABLE PROPERTY near 1\,RT ELLIOT-WOODLANDS, formerly the residence of ,the late Colonel Baldock.-To be SOLD, the above Estate, consisting of 450 acres of thickly Wooded Land, with Water running all the year ; the whole fenced and

subdivided.

The Dwelling-House is substantially built of brick and stone, and has all the requirements of a highly re- spectable family residence.

For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Lawrence an i Knox, Solicitors ; or to

SAM. WRIGHT, King William-street,

One of the Trustees under the

late Colonel Baldock's Will.

Adelaide, April 27,1861. " dxc

SECTION 4050, ONKAPARINGA.- For SALE,

this valuable FARM, containing 95 acres of first rate Wheat and Potato Land, with HOUSE of four rooms, Stockyards, Barn, &c. Thero is plenty of excel- lent running water all the year round on the property, which is fenced, and subdivided into paddocks. Apply to

J. KEMP PENNEY, Land Agent,

x2tt2 Gawler-place.

H

INDMARSH HOTEL, HINDMARSH SQUARE.

TO be LET. Enquire on the premises. thst3xl

f}T\0 be LET, the Premises now in the occupation of A Mr. Spence, Weymouth-street. Apply to T. Reynolds, Exchange. de

GAWLER TOWN-TO be LET, the BEEHIVE

STORE, in Murray-street. Fixtures complete Apply to John Rudall, Esq., Gawler ; or

do C. JACOBS, Currie-street.

TO be LET, with immediate possession, that Old

established BAKER'S SHOP and PREMISES, situated on Port-road, Hindmarsh, known as Packham's. The premises are in good condition, and rent moderate. Apply to John Packham, Commercial Inn, Hindmarsh. _dc_ TO be SOLD, LET, or EXCHANGED,

In the Country.

A New STORE,BUTCHER'S SHOP, and COTTAGE, with half an acre of ground. Apply to

EVERETT & CHAMBERS,

de King William-street.

Produce.

CHAFF. CRUSHED CORN.

The undersigned receive Hay for Chaffing, and Corn for Crushing.

Also, on Sale, Crushed Corn, Chaff, and Coals.

SINNETT & CO.,

fmwc Ice Manufactory, Franklin-street.

HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, SHANK BONES

TALLOW, &c, PURCHASED by the under signed in Adelaide, or by their Agent, J. Burnell, jun.

at Kooringa,

dxc W PEACOCK & SON,

_ Money._

?¡lyrONEY TO LEND, in sums of £5 to £20, on iVi. Personal Security. Apply at the ADELAIDE LOAN SOCIETY'S OFFICE, 198, Hindley-street, Weat, from 10 to 4.

Larger Loans negotiated. thstc

MONEY TO LEND on Property under the opera

tion of the Roal Property Act.

J. E. MOULDEN,

tthsxc 68, King William-street.

MONEY TO LEND on first-class Freehold

Security.

ULRICH HUBBE, L.L.D. Topham-street and Green's Exchange, > dxc MONEY TO LEND.

W. VERNON nERFORD,

dxq Solicitor, Green's Colonnaùe.

Tenders and Contracta.

CITY OF ADELAIDE.

PUBLIC BATHS.

" The Council of the said city will receive TENDERS until 2 o'clock of Tuesday, the 27th instant, for the ERECTION in the City of PUBLIC BATHS.

Plans and specifications can be seen, and particulars obtained at the office of the Architects of the Building, Messrs. G. & E. Hamilton, Currie-street

The tenders are to be endorsed " Tender for Public Baths," addressed to the Mayor and Corporation, and left at the Town Clerk's Office, King William-street.

The Council do not bind themselves to accept tha lowest or any tender.

By order of the Council,

W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, August 15,1861. twfm4

CITYOF ADELAID E -

The Council of the said City will receive TEN- DERS until 2 o'clock of Tuesday, the 27th instant, for the following Works :

No. 58. Fixing, Kerbing, and Paving Watertables on

North-terrace.

No. 59. Fixing, Kerbing, and Paving Watertable3 on north side of Flinders-street.

No. 60. Fixing, Kerbing, and Paving Watertables on

south side of Flinders-street.

No, 61. Feucing on Glen Osmond-road and South

terrace.

Specifications can be seen, and particulars had at the City Surveyor's Office.

By order of the Council,

W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. Town Cleik's Office, August 21,1861. d3

CITY OF ADELAID E.

The Council of the said City will receive TENDERS until 2 o'clock of Tuesday, tho 27th instant, for Building an UNDERGROUND DRAIN on the northside of Rundle-street. The Plan and Specifica- tion can be seen and particulars had at the City Sur- veyor's Office.

By order of the Council,

W. A. HUGHES, Town Clerk. Town Cleik's Office, August 22,1861. d3

TENDERS will bo received by the undersigned until

tho 13th September for IRON ORR, LIME- STONE, CHARCOAL, REFINERY POLES, and FIREWOOD, to be delivered at the Works, at Port Adelaide, in quantities as required.

For particulars apply at the offices of tha English and Australian Copper Company, Adelaide.

For the E. and A. Copper Co.,

JAMES HAMILTON,* Manager. Adelaide, August 13, 1861. thstc

TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTOR-5- larsons

desirous of contracting for tho EXCAVATION and CONSTRUCTION of a CELLAR, under the shop

at the north-west augle of the intersection of Rundle ? and Pulteney-streets, will please apply ot Mr. King- ston's Office, Grote-street, where full particulars of tho contract may be ascertained, on and after Wednesday, the 98th instant, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tendera to be left at Mr. Kingston's office before 9 a.m. on

Saturday, August 31.

August 2*), 1861. di

_Lost and Found._

TWENTY POUNDS REWARD.-The above reward

will be given to any person or persons who shall give such information as will leid to the RECOVERY of the BODY of WILLIAM LOFTES, who was lost on Sunday evening, the 14th institut, when en route from. Gawler Town to his residence, Onetree Hill, Munno Para East. dxc

_Wanted._

THE OTAGO (New Zealand) GOLD-FIELDS-A

Gentleman of Mercantile and Shipping knowledge, well acquainted with the province of Otago (Free Church of Scotland Settlement), having been a resident in Dunedin for 12 months (1859-60) is open to Engage- ment as Supercargo of a Vessel proceeding from this Port to that settlement. Reference eiven, as also security, if required. Address T. H., Advertiser office.

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WANTED, first-class SALESWOMEN and MIL

LINERS at Fitch's, Rundle-street. Competent hands will be liberally treated with. d3

WANTED, immediately, a WHEELWRIGHT, a

good hand, to work at Kapunda. Apply nfc the» office of the English and Australian Copper Company, King William-street.

Adelaide, August 23,1861. dxo

WANTED, a Competent MINING CAPTAIN to

proceed to Bombala, Maneroo, Now South Wales. Apply by letter, stating salary required, accompanied with testimouials of qualifications, &c, to Burnett Nathan, Hindley-streot. Applications for above will ha forwarded to proprietors prior to any engagemant bein» made here._de

WANTED, Two Good SHEPHEKDS ; also a

DOG. Liberal wages to competent men. Apply to James Foot, Lacepede Bay. thstc '

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