Lists (None yet)

Login to create lists

Tagged (None yet)

Add Tags

Comments (None yet)

Add New Comment

Classified Advertising

2 corrections, most recently by doug.butler - Show corrections

Shipping.

'TEAM TO KING GEORGE'S SOUND.

The Royal Mail Steamship " r BALCLUTHA,

F. H. Trouton, commander, will sail from Glenelg at 12.30 p.m. on friday nest, the 27th inst.

Saloon .£12 12

Steerago . 6 6 Freight, 40s. per ton.

EDWD. J. SPENCE, Weymouth-atreet. di R. & Ii. MAIN", Port.

TEAM TO WALLAROO. NOTICE.-The Steamer

MARION,

will leave Port Adelaide for Wallaroo every Tuesday, at 4 p.m., and Wallaroo for Port Adelaide every Iriday, at 4 p.m., commencing on Tuesday next,

the 10th inst.

No Cargo taken after 1 o'clock on day of sailing.

All Cargo unclaimed at Wallaroo will be stored at expeuse and i isk of Consignees. Freights on small par- cels to be prepaid.

Fares-Cabin, £3 ; steerage, £110s. Apply to

J. STILLING it CO.

ELDEK, STIRLING, & CO.; orto de J. DARWENT, Grenfell-street.

NOTICE.-The

YOUNG AUSTRALIAN,

Captain Wells, will continue to run be- tween PORT ADELAIDE and PORT ARTHUR in connection only with P. Jewell's Conveyance to Kadina

as hitherto.

Fares as per advertisement.

Pasîengeis to be booked prior to going on board. For freight or passage, apply to

J. T. CRESSWELL, Agent. N.B.-All Goods and Parcels must be prepaid, de

?T

\0 OR FROM KADINA IN ONE

_ DAY.-ALTERATION IN THE TIME

OF STARTING -The

YOUNG AUSTRALIAN,

Captain Wells, will leave Port Adelaide for Port Arthur, meeting P. Jewell's Conveyance at that Port for Kadina, on and after Tuesday next, the 1st, and Friday, the 4th October, at S o'clock in the morning, after arrival of first train, returning to Port Adelaide about 10 p.m., where conveyances will bo in attendance to convey Passengers to Adelaide.

d3 J. T. CRESWELL, Agent.

O TEAM TO PORT LINCOLN AND

PORT AUGUSTA.-The

LUBRA,

Captain Ward, will sail on Saturday next, September 28, 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 they will not be forwarded.

JOS. STILLING & CO., ) T . p t. J. DARWENT, Jiown ana I ort,

ELDER, STIRLING, & CO., Port Augusta. Grenfell-street, September 21,1861. de

STEA1

-1

< TE AMER FOR UPPER DARLING. " -The

_ MOOLGEWANKE,

Captain Johnston, expected about 1st October, will sail again 10th October,

wfmtxc JOSEPH STILLING & CO.

JóbA^. T7IOR LONDON DIRECT.-The Al for 12 3¡££¡£j Jj years clipper ship

SIR JOHN LAWRENCE,

700 tons, register, J. S. Robertson, commander. This vessel, having the portion of her cargo engaged, will meet with quick dispatch, so as to arrive in time for February Sales. This splendid vessel made her first voyage to Calcutta and back last year, with full freight, in eight months. Has spacious accommodation for

passengers.

For freight or passage, apply to Captain Robertson,

on board : or to

dffstthc PHILIP LEVI & CO.

laA. rpOR AUCKLAND DIRECT.-The fine Jjj^gy Jj Hamburg dipt er brig

1SERBR0OK,

Captain W. Steinholz, being chartered, will bare quick despatch for the above port, and has only a limited space for cargo and passengers disengaged.

For particulars, apply to

BURNETT NATHAN, ) m"""

B. AMSBERG & CO, f lown' de S. MOCATTA, Port.

j^F

OR LACEPEDE BAY. - The

_ SWALLOW,

AV Craig, Master, will sail on Wednesday, 25th instant.

BApply to

d3 R.&R. MAIN, Port.

F<

ÏOR PORT MACDONNELL. - The

schooner

EMU,

- Goobel, master, will sail on Tuesday, 1st of October.

For freight or passage, apply on board ; or to

de_HUNTER, STEVENSON, & CO.

ijbA^ T710R CHARTER TO LONDON.-The ïïïEj JJ yacht-built clipper barque

BIELEFELD,

A 1 13 years, 407 tons register, J. H. A. Heuer, com- mander, is open for charter to London. This vessel delivered her cargo from Port Augusta last season, in splendid condition and in timo for the February Wool

Sales.

Apply to

GEO. P. HARRIS, Agent, Adelaidel; or"to CAPT. HEUER, on board. mwf3

ALL CLAIMS and accounts against the ship

VICTORY to be presented on board the vessel, on or by Thursday next, at noon, or they will not be

recognised.

- d2_WILLIAM BRIGGS, Commander.

JAMES ARTHUR COX,

MARINE SURVEYOR,

ARBITRATOR AND NAUTICAL REFEREE,

dq PORT ADELAIDE.

C

ORB IN LAMB, ^_, (Successor to the late E. G. Collinson). '

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND GENERAL

COMMISSION AGENT,

Princes Wharf, Port Adelaide. dso

F.

E

BRITTAIN JONES CUSTOM-HOUSE and GENERAL AGENT,

PORT ADELAIDE. dxc

JEFFERSON STOW, SHIPPING AGENT, WAL-

LAROO ; and at Messrs. John Newman & Son's, PORT ADELAIDE. dxc

IT» D W I N HARRIS, "> CUSTOM-HOUSE, SHIPPING, and GENERAL

COMMISSION AGENT,

St. Vincent-street, Port Adelaide. wfmc

SHIPS' PRINTING-SHIPS' POSTERS and every

other description of Printing requisite for Shipping purposes executed with the utmost despatch,

and on moderate terms, at the "ADVERTISER' and

.'CHRONICLE" General Piinting Offices, Grenfell

street.

General Merchandise. F STILLING & CO., have on Sale

. Taylor, Walker and CO.'B London Stout

London and Colonial Co.'s Bottled Beer (Victoiia

Stores)

Offley's fine Ports, Brandy, Gin, Rum, Whisky Salt, Hops, Belmont and Stearine Candles

Fencing Wire, Currants, Chocolate, Cement

Teas, Sugar, Tobacco, Snip, Blasting Powder Woolpacks, Twine, Tarpaulins, Cordage

Arsenic, Strychnine, heeptrash, Sublimate Soda, Soda ABII, Mustards, Oils, Pickles

Glassware, Shop-window Glass, Tobacco Pipes.

swl4x7

F

OR SALE at the Stores of the under

signed

EWBANK'S PATENT NAILS, Blacksmiths'

Bellows

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

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

Arrowroot, Cornsacks, and an Assortment of

Slops and Fancy Goods.

ALSO,

35 Crates Crockery.

de BURNETT NATHAN.

FOR SALE, at the Stores of tho undorsigned

Invoices of SÜMMBR HATS and BONNETS Do. of Holloway*8 Pills and Ointment,

do BURNETT NATHAN.

FOR SALE, es Caniatic, Parisian, Victor, Hugenot,

and other late arrivals

Feast's half-pints Salad O 1, do. pint do.

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

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

boltles

Price's Patent Belmont Sperm, Hale's Patent

Sperm

Taddy's Snuff, Robinson's Patent Groats Fine Salt, Tartaric Acid, Spanish Juice

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

quarters

Cinnamon, English Cheese

Half-tierces Tobacco, Whitinpr.

dx** MORGAN & POLLARD, Hindley-street.

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

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

ö J SINNETT, & CO.,

8j.{nc Ice Manufactory, Franklin-street.

COALS. COALS. COALS

dq ... T-E« BURY> >¿i> *"« William-street.

Business Notices.

ZAHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, &c. -

Es Wildflower, Telegraph, &c

BREAKFAST SERVICES, Various. DINNER SERVICES, Bo. DESSERT SERVICES, Do. TEA SERVICES, Do. TOILETTE SERVICES, Do.

{Also, A very choice lot of

Cut Tumblers, Cut Wines

Claret, Hock, Champagne, Custard, and Jelly

Glasses

Decanters and Claret Jugs of the most recherché

style,

with every requisite in the trade, suitable to parties furnishing. An inspection solicited

At THOS. FUTCHER'S,

Staffordshire House, 22, Rundle-street.

'O STOREKEEPERS

5,000 dozen of BREAKFAST [CUPS, nd

SAUCERS, from 4s. 9d. per dozen.

Also,

An extensive assortment of every description of

EARTHENWARE, suitable to the trade, at

low rates.

At FUTCHER'S, as above.

WEHOTELKEEPE RS

3,000 dozen of TUMBLERS-Tumblers of every

description, cheap

250 dozen full size Half-pint CUT TUMBLERS,

warranted to'stand hot water, all at 6s. 6d. per dozen

1,500 dozen CUT WINES, best shapes, equally

cheap.

At FUTCHER'S, as above.

TOILETTE SETS.-1,000 Sets, from 12s. 6d. to 50s

per set.

At FUTCHER'S, as above.

T

O FLORISTS.-FLOWER POTS of every size,

EngUshgand Colonial-make.

At FUTCHER'S, as above.

FILTERS.- A first-rate supply of the old INIMI-

TABLES, with diiections for use.

At FUTCHER'S, as above.

E

Also, X ELIZABETH ANN

WHITE aud GOLD CHINA BREAKFAST

SERVICES

TEA and COFFEE SERVICES

SUPERB TOILETTE SERVICES, &c, &c. %* Direct from the celebrated manufacturers

Davenports & Co. All on sale, at

THOS. FUTCHER'S,

Staffordshire House, 22, Rundle-street.

? ÍN.B.-Country orders carefully and promptly exe- cuted. Goods packed by experienced packers for any part of the world. wfmxc

CLOSED on THURSDAY and FRIDAY next, the

26th and 27th September, and RE-OPENED on SATURDAY EVENING at dusk.

BRANDON'S SHOE WAREHOUSE,

78, Rundle-street. dx

FOR SALE, a good Second-hand Heavy SPRING

DRAY. Apply to

THOMAS J.-MANKBY,

dx Machinist, Murray-street, Gawler.

NOTICE.-The Undersigned begs to acquaint the

inhabitants of Adelaide that he is prepared to LAY ON the WATER to their premises at the lowest possible charge.

de H. L. VOSZ, 82, Rundle-street.

MELLOR'S FIRST PRIZE REAPING

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

dq ' JOSEPH MELLOR, Proprietor.

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 on the same terms with reference to prepayment as if they entered their names at the beginning of the Quarter. Price, for the full quarter-A dvertiser, 15s. in advance, or 17s. 6ds credit ; Chronicle, 6s in advance, or 6s. 6d. credit ; fractional periods in proportion.

THE EXTRAORDIDARY EXCITEMENT respect-

ing HARPER TWELVETREES' PAIENT SOAP POWDER is daily increasing, and it has now attained a celebrity altogether unparalleled throughout the Globe. The saving of time, trouble, labour, money, firing, and soap to hundreds of thousands of weekly consumers is the best possible proof of its efficacy.

Don't condemn the thing untried. Purchase a single packet and be convinoed. Pateutee-HARPER TWELVE- TREES, Bromley-by-Bow, London.

Sold by all Grocers and Dru*, gists. Wholesale Agents for South Australia-G. A. & H. BARTLhET, Mer- chants, Adelaide. mwxc

TK> GROCERS, DRAPERS, GENERAL STORE 1 KliRPERS, and OTHERS.-The undersigned,

intending to confine themselves to their Wallaroo busi- ness, offer, for SALE or LEASE, their commodious newly erected»STORE on Allotment 217, in the TOWN ¡^IP of KADINA, directly opposite the Mitta Mitta Mine, with the GOODWILL of a first-rate connection amongst the leading mines of the surrounding district.

The Stock, ¿te, can be taken at a valuation if required.

wfxc IVE & MESSENT.

IVE & MESSENT, WALLAROO

GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, ¿VINE AND

SPIRIT MERCHANTS,

COMMISSION AND PORT AGENTS.

N.B -All Goods consigned to their caro will meet with prompt attention. wfxc

CROSE, BOOKBINDER, PAPER-RULER, and

, ACCOUNT-BOOK MAKER, LEIGH-STREET. N.B.-Account-books made to order, with or without printed headings. Printing neatly executed. mwi78

EL E Y ' S AMMUNITION

of every description for

SPORTING OR MILITAR*" PURPOSES.

Double Waterproof Central Fire Caps, Felt Waddings to prevent the leading of Guns, Wire Cartridges for killing game, &c, at long distances, Breech Loading Cartridge Cases of superior quality, ¿e.

Sole Contractors to the War Department for Small

Arms Ammunition.

Jacob's Rifle Shell Tubes, Cartridges and Caps for Colts', Adams', and other Revolvers.

ENFIELD RIFLE AMMUNITION and BALL

CARTRIDGES,

For Whitworth Rifles, also for Westley Richards', Terry's, Wilson's, Prince's, and other Breech Loaders.

ELEY BROTHERS,

Gray's-Inn-road, London, W.O. Wholesale only. fo

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.-ADVERTISER

and CHRONICLE SCALES of CHARGES.

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

SCALE OF CHARSEB FOR "ADVERTISER," EACH

1Î.SERTION.

Two lines . One Shilling

Three linea . One Shilling an¿ Sixpea Four lines . Two Shillings.

Fire lines . Two Shillings and Sixpence Six Unes ... ... Three Shilling?.

And for each two lints additional, Sixpence.

SCALE OP DISCOUNTS.

Three Insart-'ons . 12J per cent. Four Insertions . 16 per cent. Five Insertions. . 20 per cent. One Week . 25 per cent. A Fortnight. 83 per cent. One Month ... . 50 per cent. Six Weeks . 55 per cent. Two Months. C8 por cent. Three Months. C6 per cent. SCALE OF CHARGES FOR " CHRONICLE."

Four linos . Two Shillings and Sixpence. Each additional Hue ... Fivepence.

LIBERAL DISCOUNTS FOR NUMEROUS INSERTIONS.

SPECIAL NOTICE.-No advertisement of less value than two shillings can be 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 be continued until countermanded, and be charged for accordingly. All orders to countermand must bo in writing ; verbal in-

structions cannot be received.

? 'Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Qrenfell-itreet,

April 29, 1861.

JOB PRINTING.-Every description of Plain and

Ornamental Printing exejuted with economy, ecur&oy, neatness, and despatch, at the Advertiser and Chronicle Offices, Grenfell-street. Orders may alsr be lett at the Branch Office, Platts's, corner of Kiup William and Hindley streets»

Business Notices.

M

RS. NASH, FEATHERDRESSER and DYER,

Tophom-street. Currie-street. di VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE

The BUSINESS recently carried on at KADINA, under the style or firm of Collison & Co., is for SALE on very favorable terms.

This presents a fine opportunity to any person who

wishes to commence business.

The Stock is very complete in all the branches of Drapery, Grocery, and Ironmongery, and the returns of the concern have been much greater than those of any

other establishment at Kadina.

Applications to be made to

FREDK. HASLUCK,

One of the Trustees.

Adelaide, September 24,1861. d2xl

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 Cull Hotel,

H1NDLEY-STREET.

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

arrivals.

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

Country orders punctually attended to.

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

_dc_

J-OHN MORRISON, SADDLER and HARNESS

MAKER, 56, Hindley-street, takes this opportu- nity of thanking the 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 woikmanship, to 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.

A JACKSON, BLACKSMITH and WHEEL

. WRIGHT ; new and second-hand Horse and Bullock Drays, Spring Cart and Drays on hand. All orders punctually attended to.

Bridge-street, Kensington. dxc

FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD. FIREWOOD

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

THE " ADVERTISER" SUMMARIES FOR ENG-

LAND.-Country residents desirous of sending lour MONTHLY SUMMARIES of NEWS to their friends at home, are hereby informed that by forwarding the addresses to thi3 office, every care will be taken to enBure their punctual transmission. Single copy, 4d.

subscription per annum, 4s. All payments to be in advance, unless there is an account open.

Advertiser and Chronicle Office»,

Adelaide, April, 1861. dxo

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 Advertise*; 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 papera. The latter course is most alvisable, 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 ¡n the weekly papers for a week afterwards. By subscribing to two days' " Adver- tisers" 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 numbers may be accompanied by a remittance in postage stamps. Price, 4d. per

number.

" Advertiser" and " Chronicle" Offices,

Grenfell-street, Adelaide August, 1861.

Drapery and Clothing.

FRESH ARRIVALS OF NEW DRAPERY

GAULT & SCOTT beg to call the attention of their numerous Customers and the Public generally to their first First Shipments of S PRING and S U M ME K GOODS, ex Victory, Austral, Livingstone, and Amicus, comprising the LATEST FASHIONS in Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, Bonnets, Hats, Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Blankets, Flannels, Counterpanes, the new Satin, Terry, Toilette, and Marsella Quilts, Sheetings, Towellings, &c, &c.

GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING in Dress Frock Coats, Sacs, and other makes ; Vests, Trousers, Shirts, Collars, Neckties, Hosiery, Gloves, and Hats of every style. Together with every description of Boys' and Youths' Coothing.

The above Goods have been purchased in the best markets, and selected according to their own order, and will be sold at the lowest remunerative prices.

G. & S. would beg to add that they have Just Opened a ohoice lot of Tweeds, Doeskins, and Broadcloths for

Gentlemen's wear.

Clothing Made to Order ; good workmanship and fit

warranted.

An early ( all will oblige

GAULT & SCOTT,

Drapers and Importers,

de Times Drapery Mart, 14, Hindley-street. LANDED, ex Empress of the Seas

Superfine Cloths, in black, blue, soarlet, brown,

green, Oxford and Cambridge mixed Black, blue, and brown Venetians

Black and blue Doeskins and Cassime-ea

Drab and grey Hairlines, drab Bedford and worsted

Cords, race Kerseys

Patent and elastic Buckskins, in drab, white, and

fawn

West of England fancy Doeskins and Tweeda Scotch Tweeds, double-backed Shepherd do.

White and fancy Quiltings, Cashmere Vestings

Ditto ditto linen Drills, white and coloured Cricket-

ing Flannels

Velveteens, Moleskins, Cotton Cords, Jeans,

Drabetts, Sdecias, Alpacas, &c.

A large Assortment of Trimmings, Livery Cloths,

Valencias, &c.

WILLIAM YOUNG & Co.,

Woollen Warehousemen and Trimming Merchants, mwfS 33, Swanston-street, Melbourne.

PRINTING, PRINTING.-POINTING in all it

branches executed neatly, expeditiousiy, and on the most moderate terms, at the " ADVERTISER" and " CHRONICLE" Newspaper and General Printing Offices, Orenfell-street, Adelaide.

Books, stationery, &c.

THE SUNDAY TIMES

Races, Cricket, Prize Fight, Late Fire of London, The NORTHUMBERLAND STREET TRAGEDY.

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William-streets.

c

ONCERTINAS at SIX SHILLINGS.

As PLATTS'S.

c

ONCERTINAS at EIGHT SHILLINGS.

At PLATTS'S.

C

ONCERTINAS at NINE SHILLINGS.

At PLATTS'S.

O

ROAN CONCERTINAS from TWENTY

THREE SHILLINGS.

At PLATTS'S.

N

EW CONGREGATIONAL HYMN BOOKS at

PLATTS,

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

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

THE FAMILY DOCTOR, Price 6s. 6d.

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

w s M

ESLEY'S HYMNS at

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

COTCH PSALMS at

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

AP OF THE NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDá,

Just Arrived and on Sale by

RIGBY,

Direct Importer, 53, Hindley-street,

Books, Stationery, &c. N

EW BOOKS, NEW EDITIONS, AND NEW

SUPPLIES.

Budge's Miner's Guide

Ure's Dictionary Arts and Sciences

Bennett's Gatherings of a Naturalist ia Australia Overman's Metallurgy Ditto Mineralogy

James J. A., Life of

Sunday at Home, 1860

All the Year- Round, Vols. 1,2, 3, and 4 Herschel's Meteorology

Ditto Physical Geography Maury's do. do.

Conybean and Howaon's Epistle of St. Paul Smile's Self-Help

Ditto Life of G. Stephenson

Union 'l'une Book, Full ¡Score Russell's Diary in India

Candlish's Scripture Characters Gilfillan's Alpha and Omega English Cyclopedia, vol. 7 Norie's Navigation Ditto Measurer

Extracts from the Fathers and Church Historians Landell's True Manhood

Goodwin's Course Mathematics

Marcett's Conversations Political Economy Edward's Manual Zoology

Faraday's Lectures on the Physical Forces

Maurice's Works

Cassell's Paper, Vol. 7 Punch, Re-issue, Vol. 4

Froude's History of England

And many others, too numerous to mention.

W. C. RIGBY,

Direct Importer and Sole Proprietor."

CHURCH OF ENGLAND HYMN BOOKS

New Congregational Hymn Books Wesleyan Hymn Books

Olney and Hart's Hymn Books

United Presbyterian Hymn Books The Hymn Book

- Selection

Watts's Psalms and Hymns

Scotch Psalms

And every other description of Hymns, Prayer Books, Bibles, and Church Services. The Best Stock, and the

lowest prices.

W. C. RIGBY,

Direct Importer and Sole Proprietor,

53, Hindley-street.

OME NEWS and all other NEWSPAPERS,

MAGAZINES, &c, regularly supplied by

W. C RIGBY,

Direct Importer and Sole Proprietor,

53, Hindley-street.

H

FASHION BOOKS, Ladies' and Gentlemen's.

Family Herald, London Journal

Cassells's faper, Keynolds's Miscellany.

Just received per Overland Mail for month of June.

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

ORLEY FARM'

By

ANTHONY TROLLOPE.

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

'pHE INTERCEPTED CORRESPONDENCE L " Poor Little Tooi Tooi "-" Carissima-mia " - The Great Yelverton Trial, Is. Also, The Hon. Mrs. Yelverton's Martyrs to Circumstances.

Just eceived per Overland Mail.

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

A

LARGE Selection of NEW MUSIC at

PLATTS'S SHOW ROOMS,

Hindley-street.

THIRTEEN SHILLINGS for KELLY on the

VINE.

WIGG, Rundle-street.

D

R. KELLY ON THE VINE IN AUS-

TRALIA, Price 13s.

EIGBY,

Importer, 53, Hindley-street.

âSrHO IS YOUR NEWS AGENT? VV RIGBY, of 53, Hindley-street, who supplies two-thirds of the Magazines, &c. at Row prices without any extra charge for overland carriage.

H

LJ T U A R T ' S JOURNAL O STUARTS JOURNAL.

STUART'S JOURNAL.

The DIARY of J. M. STUART, Esq., detailing the marvellous incidents of his late extraordinary journey

across the mainland of Australia,

PUBLISHED

at the AD VERTÍ SER and CHRONICLE Office«,

WITHOUT ABRIDGMENT! II

Price 6d.

HOMOOPATHIC MEDICINES at

PLATTS, Hindley-street. OMOOPATHIC GUIDES at

PLATTS, Hindley-street. HOMOOPATHIC MEDICINES, in CaBss.

PLATTS', Hindley-street.

|/iUSSELL'S AUSTRALIAN I1 MUSICAL BOUQUET.-A selection of choice Popular Songs, Operatic Airs, &c, for the Voice and Piano. r

The above will be published every month. Nos. 1 and 2 now ready.

No. 1 contains the isight March of the Volunteers,

and Satanella Valse.

No. 2 contains Andante, from Sonata, No. 2, Opera,1 14 Beethoven, Parish Alvar's L'Adieu, the Volunteeers

Polka Mazurka.

J. C. FUSS ELL, Sydney.

PLATTS^ Agent for Adelaide.

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

E NORTHERN STAR

to be had at

RIGBYS, 53, Hindley-street.

rp H

jft/TACAULAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND, 111 Vol.5.

PLATTS,

Hindley and King William streets.

NUMBER ONE-Edited by A. PENDRAGON,

price Is.

thstc RIGBY, Adelaide.

Professional and Trade Addresses.

-

ARTIFICIAL TEETH-Mr. MEYERS, FUR- i

GICAL and MECHANICAL DENTIST, No 39, King William-street, near the Exchange. Late o Bold-street, Liverpool.

A Single Tooth from 10s.

NEW DISCOVERY IN TEETH. INCORRODIBLE Mineral Teeth.

With more truthfulness to Nature, by a new process of shading, which rendéis deteotion even by professional men next to impossible. They are fixed without SPRINGS or wires of any description, and without EXTRACTING STUMPS, or any PAINFUL opera- tion. They never change COLOUR or BREAK, and will be found of immense importance in all cases, as they tend to SUPPORT any remaining or LOOSE TEETH. At CHARGES, consistent with QUALITY, lower than any advertised, and within the roach of the most ECONO- MICAL. To be obtained only of

Mr. MEYERS, Surgical and Mechanical Dentist,

39, King William-street, Adelaide.

Decayed Teoth Filled ; Children's Teeth Regulated ; Teeth carefully Extracted.

flease Observe the Address. de

OBSERVE THE ADDRESS

MR. G. GEORGE, DENTIST,

KING WILLIAM-STREET,

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

M

R. D. J. O'BRIEN, SOLICITOR, REMOVED to

No. 33, King William-street. d*

M

B. J. Y. ASHTON, Solicitor, REMOVED to No

42, King William-street. fmw*

MR. JOHN A. BRUCE, ASSAY ER and ANALY

TICAL CHEMIST, Leigh-street, Adelaide.

_ tthsxq2

WALLAROO.

MINERAL SECTIONS, &c, SURVEYED

Address-Mr. C. MCCARTHY,

Licensed Surveyor,

d** Kadina, and 42,King William-street.

MR. JAMES C.»)CK, AUCTIONEER, LAND

AND COMMISSION AGENT, MOUNT GAMBIER. Lands bought and sold ; Goverment Lands reported on ; Cattle and Horses bought and sold on

commission. dxc

Wanted.

WANTED, a first-ckss MILLINER,

de BALLANTYNE & CO.

EMPLOYMENT WANTED by a bred ENGI

NEER. Good certificates. J. G. S., at Mr     Omond's, Lipson-street, Port.  

TO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS.-WANTED, at

B. Nazi's Establishment, Leigh-street, a number of good hands. Highest wages given. de

WANTED, a GROCERS* ASSISTANT. Apply to

H. B. Bray, 150, Hindley-street. d2

TT ANTED, Shearers, Shepherds, and Ploughmen.

/v Apply at MORCOM'S Labgr Mart. di W

Government Advertisementr.

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA-The following Memoran-

dum of Instruction given to the Police is pub- lished for general information :

The Police to prevent Horned Cattle entering South Australia from New South Wales or Victoria.

. Any Cattle that may have enterad on or line« Septem- ber 20, 1861, to be driven back.

Any Cattle entering from New South Wales or Victoria will, if diseased with pleuro-pneumonia, and the Police cannot drive them back, be shot or otherwise destroyed.

H. B. T. STRANGWAYS,

Commissioner of Crown Lands and Immigration. , Crown Lands Office, Adelaide, Sept. 21,1861. do

OUT H AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS

COALS. COALS. COALS.

The Manager of Railways is prepared to receive, up to noon of Monday, 7th October, TENDERS for the supply of about 1,300 Tons of COALS, either A. and O. Com- pany's Wallsend, Belambi, or other equally good kinds.

Tenders to be marked on the face thereof " Tenders for Coals," which must be delivered at Port Adelaide into the rail-trucks, free of whaif or other charges. The first delivery will be required on or before the 7th November next, and thereafter at the rate of 300 tons per month.

The Manager does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender.

By order of the Hon. the Commissioner of Public

Works,

C. S- HARE, Manager of Railways. Adelaide Station, September 20,1861. mwfc

DEL AIDE WATERWORKS.-Notice is hereby

given, that MAINS have been laid for the SUPPLY of WATER ia the undermentioned streets, and that the water ia now ready for distribution :

NORTH ADELAIDE. Barnard-street

Hill-street ) Between Strangw ays-terrace and Mill-terrace J Barnard-street.

Childers-street, for a distance of two acres west of

Jeffcott-street.

By order of the Commissioner,

B. BOOTHBY, Manager.

Waterworks Office, 18th September, 1861. stth3

ICTORIAN RAILWAY DEBENTURES

Principal and Interest payable in the Colony.

Sealed TENDERS will be received at thiB office until

noon on Tuesday, the 1st of October, for the whole or any part of the undermentioned Victorian Railway De- bentures, viz. :

£125,000 in debentures of £100 each, dated 1st October, 1853. £62,500 ditto £50 ditto lstOotober, i860. £18,760 ditto £25 ditto 1st October, i860. £43,750 ditto £10 ditto 1st October, 1360.

A deposit of Five (5) per cent, on the amount of each tender, in cash, bank draft, or marked cheque, must be enclosed with the tender.

Tendera must state the amount, or rate per cent, offered.

Tenders are to be endorsed as follows :-" Tenders for Victorian Railway Debentures."

Tenders will be opened in the presence of the ten- derer's on the 1st of October, at noon, in the Board-room of the Board of Land and Works, La Trobe-street, Mel-

bourne.

The Debentures will be deliverable to the successful tenderers within fourteen (14) days from the date on which the tenders are opened, and are redeemable in twenty-five (25) years from their respective dates.

The Debentures bear interest at the rate of six (6) per cent, per annum, secured on the Consolidated Revenue of the colony, which will be payable in Melbourne on the 1st of April, and 1st of ctober in each year.

The Government «ill not necessarily accept any

tender.

The decision of the Government will be made known on the day following that on which the tenders are opened.

GEORGE VERDON. Treasury, Melbourne, August 20,1861. fmwc Engineer and Architect's Office, September 13,1861.

'"PENDERS will be received at this Office, until noon 1 of Thursday, October 3, for BUILDING a

POWDER MAGAZINE at PORT AUGUSTA.

The Specification and Drawings can bo seen at this Office, and at the Office of Mr. H. Mildred, Port Augusta.

W. HANSON,

x2ts5 Engineer and Architect.

Pnblic Notices.

BOARD OF PUBLIC COMPETITIVE

EXAMINATIONS.

The Examinations for the current year will commence on Monday next, the 80th instant, at.10 o'clock a.m , at the South Australian Institute, when all the Candidates who have sent in their names are requested to attend punctually.

By order of the Board,

JOHN HOWARD CLARK, Hon. Sec. Adelaide, 24th September, 1861. wthsml

AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL

SOCIETY.

The ANNUAL SHOW of STOCK will take place on Tuesday, the Sth.October, 1861, at the Cattle Yards.

For list of prizes see Farm and Garden, Chronicle, and Observer, or apply to

FRED. S. C. DRIFFIELD,

wfmc Grenfell-street.

THE FRIENDS of tho late W. W. R. WHIT

RIDGE are earnestly solicited to Assist in raising a FUND for the Support of his WIDJW and Five Young CHILDREN, who are left totally unprovided for. Several Contributions have been already promised, and the Committee have arranged for the Whola 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. H. Faulding, J. Fisher, T. Magarey, M.P., W. Wadham, E. S. Wigg, and J. L. Young,

SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY PROMISED.

Sir R.G. MaeDonneU 5 5 0

Lady MaeDonneU ...2 2 0 R. li. Toirena, Esq. 5 0 0 Mr.T.Futcher ... 5 o o Proprietors of the

Register, &c. £100 0 0 J. L. Young, Esq. 100 0 o F. H. Faulding, Esq. 30 0 0 Pat. Auld, Esq. ... 10 6 0 Messrs. Green and

Wadham.20 0 0 Hon. W. Peacock... 6 0 0 Hon. G. C. Hawker soo Hon. A. Hay ... 10 0 0 Hon. K. I Stow ... 5 o o Hon. T. Reynolds... 6 0 0 Hon. B. T. Strang.

ways . 2 2 0 Hon. G. M. Water-

house . 5 5 0

T. Magarey, Esq.,

M.P. .20 0 0 A. Anderson, Esq.,

M.P. . SOO W. J. Browne, Esq.,

M.P. . 6 0. 0 J. T. Bagot, Esq.,

M.P.6 0 0 J. Dunn, Esq., M.P. 1 1 0 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. . soo Jos. Peacock, Esq.,

M.P. . lio L. Glyde, Esq., M.P. 110 J. Lindsay, EBO.,

M.P., ... ... i i o S. Bakewell, Esq.,

M,P., ... ... i l o

E. McEIlister, Esq,

M.P. ... ... i i o P. Santo, Esq., M.P. 6 0 0 W. Townsend, Esq.,

ÏLP. . 5 5 Mrs. W. Townsend l l Mr. F. J. Bottine ... s 5 Mr. W. Kay... ... 5 6 Mr. A. Dowie ... 6 5 Mrs. R. R. Leake... i l Mrs. J. H. Clark ... i l

Total at this date ... £571 15s. 2d.

Adelaide, September 20,1861. dxc

BEAT EXHIBITIO N. T MINERAL 8ÜB-COMMITTEE.

It being considered very desirable that Specimens of Malachite, from the Burra Burra Mines, should bo ex- hibited at the Great Exhibition, in London, next year, and many fine and choice Specimens being known tobe in possession of private individuals who would not like to f)art with them, the Committee desire to receive the oan of such ¡Specimens for the purpose of being trans- mitted to the Exhibition, and the same will be duly re- turned to the respective owners, free of all expenses, when they are sent back from London, after the Exhi-

bition.

FRANCIS S. DUTTON,

d14 Hon. Sec. General Committee.

Mr. E. Rowland ... 2 12 10 Mr. A. Stow ... io ii o Mr. Oliver Young... io o o

Dr. Moore .10 10 0 Goode Brothers ... 5 0 o Mr. Barclay. 2 0 0 Mr. Turton. 10 0 Mr. Vosz . loo Mr. Hubert Giles ...loo Mr. G. Dehane ... 1 0 0 Mr. W. Rounsevell loo Mr. Branthwaite ... 1 1 0 Messrs. Wylde and

Claridge . 6 0 0 Rev. J. JefTeris ... 1 1 0 Messrs. Tuxford ...6 5 6 W. Sandover ... 1 0 0 B. Nathan, Esq., ... 1 1 0 Per Rev. A. R. Russell

G. D Sisniey, Esq., 2 0 0 P. Cobbett, Esq , ... 0 10 6 Messrs. G. A. & H.

Bartleet . 110 Rev. A. R. Russell 6 7 6 Thomas Elder, Esq., 10 10 o R. B. Smith, Esq., 10 10 0 Thomas Giles, Esq., 5 5 o C. S. ... .. loo

Blyth Brothers ... 5 5 o Employes Register

and Observer ... 40 17 0 E. Bowman, Esq.... 2 2 0 C. B. Young, Esq.... 2 2 0 Rev. C. Manthorpe 1 i o Martin & Sach ... 5 12 io A Friend . 0 15 6 H. D. Cruttenden .. 1 1 0 Captain Ross, Com-

modore . 0 10 0

Captain Henderson,

Cornelia. 110 Captain frynn, Liv-

ingstone . 0 10 C Captain Lawrence,

Orient . 110 J. M. Sinclair ... 0 10 6 A Friend . 3 0 0 Mr. W. Morgan ... 2 2 0 Mr. John McDonald 10 0

C4

i>\ RE AT EXHIBITIO N. \JT MISCELLANEOUS COMMITTEE.

The Committee have received a Sample-Box of very fine Muscatel Raisins and Soft Shell Almonds, and are very desirous of receiving further Contributions of Dried Fruits and Preserved Fruits. As all Articles in-

tended for the Exhibition are to be shipped per Orient, early contributions are earnestly requested to be for- warded to the undersigned.

d14 FRANCIS S. DUTTON, Hon. Sec. G. C.

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 requested by the Committee, and will received by the Secretary, Mr. T. Schumacher, Pirie-stroet ; or by the Treasurer, Mr. J. M. Linklater, Hindley-street.

Persons in the country districts friendly to the movement are invited to co-operate in raising the necessary funds.

By order of the Committee,

E. SOLOMON, Chairman. Adelaide, August 19,1861. 4XC

Insurance Companies.

EAGLE LIFE INSURANCE CO

Realised Assets, upwards of Two Millions Sterling. No extra charge for Volunteers.

Medical Referees : Drs. Bayer and Gosse.

dxc ABRAHAM SCOTT, Agent.

HOBART TOWN AND LAUNCESTON MARINE

INSURANCE COMPANY.

Established 1836.

MARINE SURVEYOR AT PORT ADELAIDi:

Captain H. Simpson.

The undersigned are prepared to accept Marine ria

at current rates.

F. J. BECK k CO., Agento. Adelaide and Port

CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND GENERAL LIFE

ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY INSTITUTION.

CAPTAL, ONE MILLION.

FRANCIS S. DUTTON, Agent, de Rundle-place.

ALLIANCE BRITISH AND FOREIGN LIFE

AND FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY.

CAPITAL, £5,000,000.

The undersigned having been appointed AGENTS for the above, are prepared to receive Proposals for Life Assurance, and accept Fire Risks at the reduced scale. Claims for loss settled in tho colony.

MARTIN, GAEDECHbNS, & CO.,

ftc Grenfell-street.

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY

(Limited), for effecting Insurances at REDUCED KATES against FIRE, King William-street, Adelaide,

Agencies at every Township in the Colony. Chairman-J. M. Linklater, Esq.

Deputy-Chairman-R. G. Bowen, Esq. Money Lent on Mortgage at 10 per cent.

dro «. E. TAPLEY Secretary.

THE COLONIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF

VICTORIA.

(Empowered by Act of Parliament.)

For FIRE INSURANCE, LIFE ASSURANCE, and

FIDELITY GUARANTEE.

Subscribed Capital, £200,000, Paid-up Capital, £40,000.

LIABILITY UNLIMITED.

Head Office :-No. 4 Collins-street west.

DIRECTORS:

George Lewis, Chairman.

William Ford, Vice-Chairman.

John Carson, I W. H. Wooaville, Sizar Elliott, | R. M. Smith.]

AUDITORS :

J. K. Pow, | W. H. Jarrett.

SOLICITOR .

James Smitu.

CHARLES JAMES LUCAS, Secretary. FIRE DEPARTMENT. *

Fire Insurances effected at the lowest current rate of premium. Losses paid immediately on adjustment or eland. No charge made for surveys.

An immediate bonus of one year's premium^is allowed on insurances effected for seven years.

LIFE DEPARTMENT.

Special Features :-Security ; Low Premiums, Guaran-

teed Bonus.

ALL POLICIES INDIS PUTABLB.

Annual Premium to Assure £100, Payable at Death.

GUARANTEE DEPARTMENT.

When the guarantee is accepted at twenty shillings per cent., and a Life Assurance tor twice the amount of the Guarantee is combined, the whole of the Guarantee Premium wdl practically be at once foregone, the full amount being applied to the reduction of the Premium, otherwise payable on the Life Assurance Policy.

Should the Life Policy be only equal in amount with the Policy of Guarantee, the reduction will be ten shillings per cent. ; and when the Life Policy is only one-half the amount of the Guarairtee, the reduction will be five shillings per cent.

N.B.-Life and Guarantee Premiums may be made payable half-yearly.

The Table of Premiums for Assurance for short terms, or on joint lives, also for Endowments or Annuities, Prospectuses, Forms of Proposal for Assurance, and every information, may be obtained gatuitously of

WM. THUMPS- >N, Peel-street,

stthq_ Agent for South Australia.

VICTORIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCI

COMPANY.

Established 1849.

Empowered by Act of the Legislative Council.

Capital, £1,000,000.

CHAIRMAN or THB BOARD OF DIRECTORS-The Hon.

Henry Miller, M.L.C.

SECRETARY-Joseph Collie, Esq.

HEAD OFFICE-82, Collins-street East.

The undersigned having been appointed Agents foi South Australia for the above Company, are prepared to accept proposals for Fire and Marine risks, at the cur- rent rates of premium, and to issue policies at once in

accordance therewith.

Claims settled promptly without reference out of the colony, and losses on Marine Policies paid in .London i required.

G. A. & H. BARTLE ET, Agents,

d Grenfell-street.

DERWENT AND TAMAR FIRE AND

MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY, HOBART

TOWN.

ESTABLISHED 1838.

Marine Risks of ev^ry description taken at the Ade-

laide Office at current rates.

Claims paid in London, if required.

Agents :

Melbourne and Geelong-Messrs. Henty & Co. Sydney-Messrs. Towns & Darley.

Agent for Adelaide :

W. SAMSON,

de 50, King William-street.

IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE

COMPANY.

Capital-£1,690,000.

Insurances effected at Current Reduced Rates.

All Claims settled in Adelaido on proof of loss.

Tho whole Subscribed and Invested Capital of this Company, amounting to One Million Six Hundred and Ninety Thousand Pounds, is available in settlement of losses, irrespective of and in addition to the liability of the Shareholders.

EDMUND W. WRIGHT, Agent. 17, King William-streot Adelaide.

ROYAL

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

Capital-Two Millions.

FIRE BRANCH-Insurances granted at REDUCED premiums Agents being duly empowered to settle claims in tne colony.

LIFE DEPARTMENT-English rates of premium only charged. Bonus at last division of profits about 2 per cent, per annum on amount of Policies.

Medical Referee-W. H. Sholl, Esq., M.R.C.S.

ACRAMAN, MAIN, LINDSAY, & CO., Agents.

IVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIKE

ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL-Two MILLIONS.

RISKS accepted at the REDUCED SCALE of

Premiums.

FIRE Department-James Macgeorge, Esq., Sur

veyor.

LIFE Department-Dr. Woodforde, Medical Re-

feree.

CLAIMS promptly settled in the Colony,

dxc ' F. J. BECK & CO.. Agents.

FIRE INSURANCE.- SPECIAL NOTICE-DER-

WENT AND TAMAR FIRE AND MARINE ASSURANCE COMPANY.

The undersigned, as Agent of the above Company, is prepared to accept proposals for »-ire Insurance in all its branches, at lowest rates, without reference to the Head

. »ffioe.

W. SAMSON, Agent,

50, King William-street. September 9,1861. do

CCORNWALL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE

j COMPANY, LAUNCESTON.

[Established m 1841.]

Agents at Hobart Town, Melbourne, Geelong, and River Mersey.

Agent st ADELAIDE

ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-stroot.

tfxc_ JAMES AIKE V H E A I), Secreta y

rPHE EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY FOR

J. LIFE ASSURANCE AND FIDELITY GUA-

RANTEE.

Capital-£250,000.

Annual Revenue-£160,000.

iSThis Society, established in 1819, and afterwards merged into the " PEOPLE'S PROVIDENT," has now assumed its old title under the power of a sp3cialAct of Parliamtnt, which enables the Society in addition to LIFE ASSURANCE POLICIES, to issue GUARAN- TEE POLICIES, by which the Company become re?ponsile for the fidelity of persons in employment where sureties aro required.

The GUARANTEE of the EUROPEAN Society is accepted by the Government Offices, Bankers, and Rail- way Companies, in Great Britain and the Colonies.

The EUROPEAN ASSURANCE SOCIETY has lately purchased the Australian business of the " PRO- FESSIONAL," and the undersigned are th*. duly authorised AGENTS for the EUROPEAN, from whom all particulars for effecting a Life Policy, or Guarantee Policy, may be obtained.

R. B. COLLEY, Adelaide. CLELAND PAGE & CO.,

Poi x, Adelaide.

THE "WEEKLY CHRONICLE."-FARMERS

and OTHERS interested in the cultivation of the soil are informed that the most carefully compiled markets, and the most varied selection of matter interesting to country settlors, will be found Jn the Wukly Çhronich

Amusements, &c.

VICTORIA THEATRE.

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

Manager.

FIRST and ONLY ENGAGEMENT of those

talented altistes,

MR. and MRS. KOBERT HEIR.

THIS EVENING (Wednesday), September 2§,

Sheridan Knowles'. Play of

THE HUNCHBACK.

Master Walter .Mr. ROBERT HEIR. Julia .Mrs. ROBERT HEIR

To conclude with the Farce of

THE IRISH TIGER.

Dres3 Circle, 6s. ; Stalls, 3s. ; Pit, 2s. ; Gallery, Is.

CRICKET.

THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN

Messrs. SPIERS & POND, of the Café de Paris, VIELBOURNE, having sent an Agent to England to secure the arrival ot the All England Eleven in the Australian Colonies about the commencement of Decem- ber next, would be glad to receive communications from the Secretaries of tho various Cricket Clubs in the Colonies, desirous of playing a Match with the Eleven. As the stay of the Eleven in tho Colonies must of neces- sity be limited to a few Weeks only, arrangements for the different Matches must be made beforehand. Messrs. Spiers & Pond therefore wish to bo favored as soon as possible with particulars respecting the Ground, the Fencing, &c, &c, of the Cricket Districts which aro anxious of a visit from the Eleven.

Mr. Robert Heir, who is empowered to act for Messrs. Spiers & Pond, ?»ill be happy to receive communications on the subject from the Secretarios of South Australian Clubs. Address to Mr. Heb?, at the Victoria Hotel, Hindley-street. mwf3

Land and House Property.

TO MURRAY SETTLERS, CAPITALISTS, and

Others-VALUABLE PROPERTY near PuRT 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 fonced 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 ni Knox, Solicitors ; or to

8AM. WRIGHT, King William-street,

One of the Trustees under the

late Colonel Baldock's Will.

Adelaide, April-27,1861. dxc

MOUNT GAMBIER ESTATE-TO -be LET; on

14 Years' Lease, in terms to suit applicants, TEN THOUSAND ACRES of the best of the above Property, and tlie Finest Agricultural Land in South

Australia. Apply from 10 tal (Satm days excepted), to " Messrs. BROWN E, Clarke's-buildings, Hindley-street ; or to Mr. WALLIS, Mount Gambier. dxc

GAWLER TOWN-TO be LET, the BEEHIVE

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

de_C. JACOBS, Currie-street.

OFFICES to be LET, EXCHANGE-COLON-

NADE.-Two Convenient Rooms. Rent mode-

rate.

GREEN & WADHAM, Land Agents.

Exchange Land Offices, King William-street. wfm6

O be LET, the HINDMARSH HOTEL, Hind

marsh-square. Enquire on tho premises, mwf*

T

TO be LET, SARNIA COTTAGE, near

MITCHAM, with 60 Acres of Land, Wood, Water, &c. A most desirable family residence.

Apply to

BOUCAUT & WREN, Solicitors,

thstc Adelaide.

Produce.

HARVEST WINES (sound) from Two to Four

shillings per Gallon. Apply to Mr. POTTER, Gardener, Fullarton. tthsc

W

7HHAT PURCHASED, or STORED ' wsxo ABRAHAM SCOTT, Blyth-street.

CHAFF. CRUSHED CORN.

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

Also, on dale, Crushed Corn, 'Chaff, Coals, and Fire- wood cut to any required lengths, and delivered in town

and suburbs.

SINNETT & CO.,

fmwc Ice Manufactory, Franklin-street.

HIDES, SHEEPSKINS, SHANK BONES

TALLOW, Ac, PURCHASED by the under signed in Adelaide, or by their Agent, J. Burnell, j un. at Kooringa,

dxo W PEACOCK & 80N,

Money.

MONEY TO LEND on Property under the opera

tion of the Real Property Act.

J*. E. MOULDEN,

tthsxc 68, King William-street.

(}QK(\ TO LEND on good Freehold Security. dtjOOVj Apply to G. F. Hussey, O Connell-street,

North Adelaide. tths6

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN INSURANCE COMPANY.

[LIMITED.]

MONEY to LEND, on reasonable terms,

dx* - R. E. TAPLEY, Secretary.

MONEY TO LEND on first-class Freehold

Security.

ULRICH HUBBE, L.L.D. Topham-street and Green's Exchange. dxo

\/TONEY TO LEND, Al W. VERNON HERFORD,

dxq Solicitor, Greeu's Colonnade.

I\/| ONEY TO ILEND, in sums of £5 to £20, on Al Personal Security. Apply at the ADELAIDE LOAN SOCIETY'S OFFICE, 193, Hindley-street, West, from 10 to 4.

Larger Loans negotiated. thsto

Horses, Cattle, Vehicles, &c

EASTERN PLAINS-A MAIL CART carrying

PASSENGERS, will leave KOORINGA for DUFFIELDS WOOLSHED, via CHEWING'S, PANAROO, PARATOO, TRTULPA, UARPA, and WININ1NIE, on Tuesday, 1st of October, and every alternate Tuesday, at 7 o'clock a.m.

The undersigned in calling the attention cf Settlers and Travellers to the above, hopes by punctuality, civility, and every attention to them, and the care of any parcels entrusted to him, to ensure their sup port.

d5xl HY. DAWSON, Kooringa.

RAMS.-The undersigned have received, ex Iser

brook, from Hamburg,

12 SAXONY MERINO RAMS

of a very superior description, and suitable in every re- spect for this colony.

The cost price of them is very high, and for that reason only the above limited number has been Bhipped.

For inspection and particulars of pedigree, apply to

dxc B. AMSBERG&CO.*

FOR SALE, arrived ex Livingston, in splendid con

dition, and to be seen at the John Bull Stables, Currie-street, the First-class SHORTHORN BULL "EARL OF LEICESTER," by the celebrated breeder Jonas Webb. Full particulars as to price and pedi- gree can be obtained on application to Martin, Gaedechens, & Co., Grenfell-street. [xmwfc

a RAZING FOR HORSES.-LUCERNE and GRASS

PADDOCKS, with Good Feed and ample supply of Water, at Oaklands, Sturt.

Apply on the premises, or to P. II. Burden, Ad- vertiser Office. de

Education.

MRS. C. J. CARLETON (late of West-terrace), begs

to announce that she intends OPRNING a BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES  

on Monday, the 30th of September, at her residence, North-terrace, two doors west of the Scotch Church.

Terms on application. ' x2mwf3

ADELAIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

The next QUARTER will commence on Wed- nesday, October 2nd.

duil JOHN L. YOUNG.

VICTORIA-SQUARE ACADEMY, (Estd. 1841.)

Principal: Mr. W. A. CAWTHORNE, assisted by competent masters. Term3-Quarterly in advance, boarders, £13 13s. per quarter. Day pupils from £1 10s. Extras, German, French, and Drawing, £1 Is. eich per quarter. de

ON TUESDAY, October 1, an EVENIVG CLASS

will be formed at the ADELAIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, Stephens-place, under the superin- tendence of Mr. Oliver Young. de

Public Companies.

MINERALCLAIMS, No. 411, &c, WALLAROO -

An ADJOURNED GENERAL MEETING of SUBSCRIBERS to Exploration Fund will be hold at the Office of the undersigned, on Tuesday, the 1st prox.,

at 10 30 a.m.

wfmU GEO. HALL, Gronfell-street.

MINING PRINTING-Every description of

Printing for MINING COMPANIES done with

the utmost expedition, and at moderate charge, at the " ADTKRTISRR AND CHRONICM" General Printing Offices, Grenfell-Btreet.

Zoom

plus
thumb
minus
left
thumb
right
up
thumb
down