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Title
  • Advertising (1 September 1842)
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  • The South Australian magazine., v.1, no.12, 1842-09-01 (ISSN: 1440-2149)
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  • Allen, James, 1806-1886.
Published
  • xra, Archibald MacDougall, 1842-09-01
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  • The South Australian magazine.
  • Vol. 1 No. 12 (September 1842)
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  • HAWK OF SOUTH AUITBALIA. ®DIS[l(gY®I&​§>; George Fife Angas, Esq. Captain T. W. Bullek. R.N. John Fussell, Esq. Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P. Henry Kingscote, Esq. John Pirie, Esq., Alderman. Christopher Rawson, Esq. John Rundi.e, Esq., M.P. Edward Divett, Esq. M.P, James Ruddell Todd, Esq. Henry Waymouth, Esq. LONDON OFFICE, 4, NEW BROAD-STREET, CITY- Launceston .. .. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA Hobaht Town DITTO Sydney Port Phillip .. New Zealand Cape of Good Hope Mauritius Calcutta Madras Bombay Colomeo, Ceylon Canton DITTO DITTO DITTO CAPE OF GOOD HOPE BANK MESSRS PIERSON &​ CHAPMAN “ BAGSHAW &​ CO. “ LINE &​ CO. “ SKINNER &​ CO. “ ACKLAND &​ CO. “ JARDINE, MATHESON, &​ CO. DISCOUNT CAYS : MONDAY , WEDNESDAY , AND FRIDAY; ®3FIFH(g® 1FIE®2H 2® ‘E’SEaEa £■ DISCOUNTS at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum. Interest charged on past due bills 15 per cent., on renewed bill* 12 per cent., and on overdrawn accounts 10 per cent, per annum, INTEREST ALLOWED ON CASH DEPOSITS AS UNDER j— Under £1000 (if lodged three months) at 7 per cent per annum. Sums above £1000 subject to special agreement. Deposits from £5 upwards leceived upon interest. Deposits under £100 payable on demand ; above that sum at seven day*’ notice. Interest allowed on current accounts at the rate of 4 per cent per annum upon the daily balance. Drafts are granted by the Directors in London upon the Colonial Estab- lishment, and bills upon the following places may be obtained at the rate* specified for the present. On London 2 per cent, premium. On Sydney 3 per cent, ditto On Hobart Town 3 per cent, ditto On Launceston .. .. 3 per cent, ditto On Melbourne .. .. .. 3 per cent, ditto On New Zealand .. .. •• 3 per cent, ditto EDWARD STEPHENS, Manager. Adelaide, Oct. 1st, 1841. Mr. Tale receive as early fut m Jmiow chiefly shall owever, feel disappointed if some delay takes place in the publication of their articles, as the plan of the publication requires that we should give the preference to literary and scientific e/​says, and papers on statistics, or other matters of general interest, pieces with which we may be favored, merely as embellish- all be glad to hear again from L. L. : we have no doubt, the essel trading to this port, would be polite enough to take charge ssed to us. R.’s paper has been received, and will appear next using the ligh ments. W e captain of an ofu packet ai month. 0 ADVERTISERS. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. AS th$ pages of the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE are wide, and as/​the advertisements in it will be displayed in the best manner to strike the ey</​ the following charges, it is thought, will be found moderate— &​ For five lines and under, .... Above five aid under ten, .... Sixpence a line for every additional line above ten For half a page, displayed, .... For £ whole page, displayed, £. s. d. 0 7 6 0 10 6' 0 17 6 1 10 0 TO SHEEP FARMERS. SALE by the undersigned, Kempson Yates’ Sheep Powder, a sore remedy (or diseases of the skin in sheep: it has been much used in New South Wales, and found of uni- versal efficacy. E.JL. MONTEFIORE. > Hindley-street. CAPE WINE. r | t HE SUBSCRIBER has always on hand a well assorted stock of Cape Wines, in pipes, hogsheads, and quarter-casks. A. L. ELDER, Hindley-street. BASTK OF SOUTH AU8TBALIA. George Fife Angas, Esq. Captain T. W. Bulleu. R.N. John Fussell, Esq. Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P. Henry Kingscote, Esq. John Pirie, Esq., Alderman. Christopher Rawson, Esq. John Rundle, Esq., M.P. Edward Divett, Esq. M.P. James Ruddell Todd, Esq. Henry Waymouth, Esq. LONDON OFFICE, 4, NEW BROAD-STREET, CITY- Launceston .. .. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA Hobart Town Sydney DITTO DITTO Port Phillip New Zealand DITTO DITTO Cape of Good Hope Mauritius Calcutta Madras Bombay Colombo, Ceylon Canton CAPE OF GOOD HOPE BANK MESSRS PIERSON &​ CHAPMAN “ BAGSHAW &​ CO. “ LINE &​ CO. “ SKINNER &​ CO. “ ACKLAND &​ CO. “ JARDINE, MATHESON, &​ CO. DISCOUNT DAYS : MONDAY , WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY; ®3FIFII©2S IPIE®Ea II® ‘S’EILILi £. DISCOUNTS at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum. Interest charged on past due bills 15 per cent., on renewed bill* 12 per cent., and on overdrawn accounts 10 per cent, per annum, INTEREST ALLOWED ON CASH DEPOSITS AS UNDER j— Under £1000 (if lodged three months) at 7 per cent per annum. Sums above £1000 subject to special agreement. Deposits from £5 upwards leceived upon interest. Deposits under £100 payable on demand ; above that sum at seven day*’ notice. Interest allowed on current accounts at the rate of 4 per cent per annum upon the daily balance. Drafts are granted by the Directors in London upon the Colonial Estab- lishment, and bills upon the following places may be obtained at the rate* specified for the present. EDWARD STEPHENS, Man agek. Adelaide, Oct. 1st, 1841. HT. BEXTHAI H AUCTIONEER 2To tfje ©obcrnmcnt, (Tomnusßioims, $c St*jjmne=​court; ALSO, AUCTIONEER AND AGENT, •S’® 'S’ISII ADELAIDE AUCTION COMPANY. <SsL©'ffimS?© Ill 1 ASSaEgEEMSSSW, 72, HINDLUr-STREEr. HPO his creditors, customers,and to the public generally, Gf.orge White takes this mode of expressing his sense of the very kind manner in which he has been treated under the late embar- rassed state of his affairs, and begs to inform them that he has closed his business in favor of Mr. Pearce, Rundle-street, and has entered that gentleman's service, as his foreman and cutter. In his new capacity, he hopes to prove to his creditors that he was not entirely undeserving of the kindness they have one and all shown hint; and to his old customers and the public, that he is determined to study the interests of his employer, by such an application to business as will secure their future favors, which, in taking leave of them, he most respectfully solicits. N.B.— Having no further need for the shop lie has lately oc- cupied, he will be glad to treat with my party requiting one iu every way calculated for business, with good workshop or stores in the rear. C T II I H I* ®W£JE>IL I SI‘=​S'2 l IESII§ [ l? s CORNER OF KING WILLIAM STREET. W PEARCE, Merchant Tailor, Kuudle-street, begs to return • his grateful acknowledgments to his cus omers, and the public genetally, for their extensive patronage, duiing nearly six years’ residence in the colony ; and, having i ngaged the assistance of Mr. White, he hopes, by unremitting attention to business, to merit a continuance of public favor, and flatters himself, that for a good fit, sterling goods, and low prices lot cash, no establish- ment can compete with his, having on hand the largest and best selected stock in the province. CURRIE-STREET, OPPOSI TEG ILLES-ARGADE. jyjTESSRS. V. &​ E. SOLOMON, at the earnest solicitation of their numerous friends, have been induced to re-open their extensive premises in Corrie-street, as Commission, Sale, and Auction Rooms; and they trust, that from their connec- tion with the colonies, they shall be enabled to offer for public competition, a periodical supply of articles of produce and mer- chandise in general demand, for which object they purpose availing themselves of the acknowledged capabilities of their sailin g-craft. Messrs. V. &​ E. S. have engaged the services of Messrs. Lam- bert and Son, who are well known, and deservedly appreciated as Auctioneers. They will hold a Public Sale at their Rooms, as above, once a week at least, on every Thursday, at 12 o’clock, and, should their efforts meet with that encouragement they anti- cipate, hope to extend their days of sale, of which due notice will be given. The duties of Messrs. Lamheit &​ "on will be confined to the selling by auction solely, and their Account Sales, with the cash in all cases, will be rendered the day following each sale. Messrs. V. &​ E. Solomon, desirous of affording every facility and accomodation to the public, will be prepared to make Cash Advances, without any charge for interest, on Goods, Mer- chandise, and Produce, sent to them for immediate sale. t hey are also prepared to house Merchandise at exceedingly moderate rates ; anu they trust the accomodations and arrangements they are enabled to offer in every respect, will ensure to them a share of that p trouage thev have so long and so successfully enjoyed, tor which they shall ever entertain the most grateful recollection. June 11 th, 1842. MESSRS. LAMBERT AND SON, AND COMMISSION AGEITS, ah® mi» a ©sot's, K tmtlle-street, §¥©©[&​ Pl^®®(UJ(g[I B TERMS—FIVE PER CENT COMMISSION. A REGISTER OF LAND AND HOUSES FOR INSPECTION, GRATIS, Days of sale, Tuesdays and Fridays. TASMANIAN HOTEL, J. W M JE7 JL JIT JO BEGS to inform new arrivals and others that he has every accomodation for gentlemen and families at the above respectable establishment. The principles of economy on which this establishment is connected has ever been one of its leading characteristics, and, as these have afforded so much satisfaction to the public, it will be the unceasing anxiety of the proprietor to continue them. The proprietor has lately added a room, 75 feet in length, to this already commodious establishment, and has made several important additions to the sleeping apartments, so that he is now enabled to accommodate dinner parties, provide for balls, and make arrangements for gentlemen and private families in the most superior style. tin Ordinary every day from one to two. A choice assortment of Wines, Spirits, bottled Ale and Porter, is always on hand, and is disposed of either wholesale or retail at moderate prices. Good Stabling. QHT 81IE, A T the Stores of the undersigned, ex Fortfield, from Singa- pore Black and Green Teas Coffee Sugar Cigars Indian Fnrniture Bengal and iManilla Rope China Silks, &​c. BUNCE AND THOMSON. Rundle-street, 27th June, 1842. butter. Messrs, j.t. &​ h. Waterhouse beg to announce that they are purchasers ot SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BUTTER for exportation. Rundle-street, Aug. 19,1842.
  • CJ-EOMCiJB « BIFFO, WATtgMAKIR, £> PI.CI FU LL\ informs his friends and the public that he continues to carry on his business nearly opposite*Hlr Platts, Hmdley-street. ■ * r Agent for ihe sale of L e v er, Duplex, and Vertical Watches, in Gold and Silver cases. Ships’ Chronometers on Sale. Jewellery, Brooches, Kar-rings, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s neck and guard Chains, manufactured in London. A very large assortment of Wedding Rings, stamped at the Government Assay Office. CHARGES FOR REPAIRS FIFTY PER CENT. BELOW WHAT WAS CALLED THE ADELAIDE PRICES. Engraving in all its branches tastefully executed. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY. r | HE STEAM FLOUR MILL, lately erected by the South * Australian Company, being now nearly completed, the Manager is prepared to negociate with capitalists for the of the same, either by sale of the property, or on lease for a terrft of years. For further particulars arply at the Commercial offices. Adelaide, July, 1842. ©F i©OTiKl ]V Gi'lCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Sum of Money was lodged with tlio London Office of this Bank on the ‘2Bth March, 1889, for a Mr. . James M‘Kidd, of South Australia, and no application having been made for the same, this public intimation is given. EDWARD STEPH ENS, Bunk of South Australia, Manager. June 17 th, 1242. SOUTTSfi .iU§TEIMA MA&​AZ'f VE. BS.® ! JNjE©SS ®3F‘ 3Fm-31®^0 The South Australian Magazine, Nos. I, 11., 11l , IV., and V.—We opened this periodical with no slight feeling of shame, at the reflection that a small community of yesterday should be enabled to send forth an elegant monthly magazine, while this extensive colony is to this hour all but a blank in the‘republic of letters. The South Australian Magazine is, in point of typography, not inferior to any of the English monthlies, and lHany of the articles are extremely well written. It is edited by James Allen, Esq , and con- tains original articles by Henry Watson, Esq., T. Y. Cotter, Esq , T. Shepherd. Captain J. Hart, Mr. Kenneth Campbell, N Bentham, Esq., Mr. John Bailey, and others. These are mostly upon local subjects, but there are also several original pieces, and well chosen extracts, upon subjects of general literature Upon the whole, we think the magazine very creditable to Adelaide, and should be happy to see its rival established in Sydney. — Australasian Chronicle.. The South Australian Magazine. —We have to acknowledge the receipt of the September, October, and November numbers of the South Australian Maga- zine. On a former occasion we expressed our favourable opinion of the two first numbers of this periodical, in term's which are equally applicable to those which have now come to hand. Our space -will not allow us at present to do more than briefly give the headings of the articles most worthy of attention, con- tained ’n this useful and interesting work. 1. The Progress of South Australia in the Elements of Wealth 2. The Melon, its Varieties, and its Cultivation. 3. The Vine, by H. Watson, Esq. 4. The Torrens, its Sources and Tributaries. 4 The Maize or Indian Corn, bv Delta; Lecture on the Horticulture of Aus- tralia by T. Shepherd of the Darling Nursery. 5. Encounter Bay, its Anchorages, Fisheries, and General Capabilities, hv Capt. J. Hart. 6. The growth of Cotton in South Australia 7. Sheep-shearing in South Australia. 8. Port Lincoln and its Neighbourhood, by Neales Bentham, Esq. 9 First Corporation of the City of Adelaide. 10. The Peach, Nectarine, and Apricot, by Mr. John Bailey. 11. Notes on the Natural History of South Australia, by Natural Amaior. 12. Topographical and Literary Sketches, by Arbutus.— Sydney Moni or. The South Australian Magazine.—By the last arrival from South Aus- tralia. we 'were politely furnished by the editor of the South Australian Magazine with the first five numbers of that publication, but we have hitherto been unable to find sufficient leisure to bestow upon the work the attention it merits at our hands. We have, however, dipped occasionally into its pages, and judging from this very cursory examination of the contents cl the Magazine,we have no hesita- tion in recommending it to the support of our readers,as at once creditable to the editor and to our neighbours, the South Australians. Port Phillip Patriot.. The South Australian Magazine— We have received for sale a few of the 3rd 4th, and sth numbers of the j-outh Australian Magazine, (vide our adver- tising columns). The articles in these numbers are amusing, instructive, and well-written, many of which cannot but be cheering to all who feel an interest in that colony.— Colonial Times. South Australian Magazine.-We have received the first five numbers of the South Australian Magazine, a literary work published at > oiith Australia. We shall take an early opportunity of extracting therefrom. The articles are exceedingly well written, and the whole work highly creditable to the editor. The mechanical portion of the work is also executed in a superior style.—-Lawn- cestan' Advertiser. .... _ The South Australian Magazine, Nos, fund 7, Edited by James Allen, F vn - A Macdougall. Adelaide,G, W. Evans, Sydney—This useful miscedany con tinues to maintain the highly respectable character which the former numbers so iustlv obtained for it. Its literary merits are of a high order, and the subjects treated of are of a less ephemeral importance than those to which a great portion of the periodical literature of the day is devoted. The articles in the present numbers are principally on subjects of practical utility. The agreeable and the useful are pleasantly intermixed ; and having the charm of local association, we believe this little periodical will be perused by the colonial population with - much gratification as any of the periodicals of the mother country ; a.though n inferiority, in point of literary merit, may be admitted without any disparage- ment to the ability of its conductors. —Colonial Observer.
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