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3 Oct 1851

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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - October 3, 1851, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia i ? annual1 packet ship. I for London direct at the new fast sailing British built barque Al Svabel aide. Alki ave a 1 for 12 years 492 tons Register . N.dh9i Tremearne commander will positively bail in All december or sooner if Laden in order to arrive in time for the Hay Wool sales. Having made the passage out in 85 Days Only and being fitted expressly for Cuddy passengers and her accommodations being Replete with convenience this vessel offers a most desirable Opportunity for shippers or families re turning to England. The services of an experienced and highly respectable surgeon Are engaged. Plans of the accommodations can be seen and terms of freight or passage ascertained on application to Alexander Thomson. Rundle Street september 29th, 1851. ? for Melbourne direct. 7-si the Fine fast sailing first class teak sinib3�p 648 tons Register Copperud and Copperas tend John Roskell commander will sail for the above port on saturday october 4th.? this Fine ship having a spacious poop being above 7 feet Between decks and possessing every accommodation offers a desirable Opportunity for passengers. For terms of freight or passage apply to Captain Roskell or to Alexander Thomson. Rundle Street 15th september 1851. For Mauritius direct Lek the Fine fast sailing British Brig Jolk Gazelle a Jurj 211 tons per Register Frederick Scott com. J wifi Mander is now ready to receive cargo for the above port Anil will sail on tuesday the 7th inst. For terms of freight or passage apply to Captain Scott on Board or to Alexander Thomson. Rundle Street 2nd october 1851. A regular trader. For Swan River calling at King George s sound. Of. The splendid yacht built Schooner Babs a 10� tons h Douglas commander will positively sail for the above ports next thursday the 9th inst Cabin and Steerage accommodation excellent. For terms of freight or charter apply on Board or to John Newman agent. . Stonemasons carpenters and bricklayers meet with ready employment at Swan River at 8s. Per diem. For freight or charter. Viva the Fine a 1 ship Fol re sea Bird Harar 492 tons Register Drennan master. Apply to Otis Bogi j. & n. Henriques Currie Street. Patent slip. To ship owners captains and agents. The undersigned begs to announce that he has now in Good working order a Patent slip on which vessels of 1,000 tons May be raised. Ii. C. Fletcher port Adelaide. . Ship righting in All its branches carefully at tended to. To Wool growers. Just landed sex Adelaide and for Sale u ? by the. Undersigned eight pure Merino rams from the flocks of and shipped direct by messes. Sturgeon of Grays Essex. Being of the original uncrossed Stock of the late lord Western the Early attention of flock masters is requested. Alexander Thomson. Rundle Street sept. 29, 1851. On Sale at the stores of the undersigned invoices of the following goods Viz Coward s oilman s stores pickles a. Groceries Gunpowder Hall Streble of Glass Rifle and blasting in Quarter barrels jewellery Diamond Opal and Pearl rings and brooches electro plated Tea services and waiters manufactures consisting of domestics shirting blankets. Flannels Orleans Cashmere fancy Silks French satins prints in the newest styles shawls and silk scarfs Glass cloth. Linen Duck Dowlas sheeting Gingham dowla3 embroideries Ostrich feathers Light printed Delaine bonnets a boots and shoes Iron English and swedish in bars and rods various brands assorted also hoop and Sheet Iron hardware 20 tons new pattern scale weights Best Quality adjusted 7, 14, 28, and 56 lbs. Sash weights 20 tons London pattern assorted 5, 6, 7, 8, and lots. Each cutlery Iron bedsteads Patent and other nails holloware Carron & co s Sand boilers pots and i Camp ovens Manila Cordage 9 tons assorted sizes Maize and English malting Barley Maul main teak planks boards and joists paper double and single Demy double Crown ? coloured printers cards Post and foolscap grocers bag Cap double Small hand Imperial Brown Royal Cartridge paper hangings a. Woolpack and Corn sacks Tennant s soda Ash earthenware saddlery whips ground brushes Offley s old port Inwood sherries whisky in Hhd. ? Claret and Champagne Hobson s bottled Beer Truman s celebrated . London Stout Joseph stilling & co. Hindley Street 1st october 1851. To painters and others. Cheap Glass. On Sale sex Wiki Elkune Condor and other arrivals600 boxes window Glass at 21s. Per Box or parties taking 20 boxes 20s. 300 boxes Crown coloured ground and plate Glass very Low. 20 tons Sheet Lead perforated Zinc Sheet Zinc invoices of Noble and Roll s varnishes French polish Patent Knotting a. White Lead and paint assorted plaster of Paris glue Glass paper Lead piping 1j. 2, la 1, Fandi Inch tin spirit pipe boiled Oil turns linseed Oil Gold moulding Lead and brass pumps a invoice of plumbers materials consisting of water Stop bib and spirit Cocks washers and wastes brass strainers &c., a. An extensive assortment of paper hangings. Invoices of Hubbuck s Patent Zinc paint dryers and every article in the Trade at very Low prices. Country orders punctually attended to. S. R. Hall. Leigh-3treet june 18th, 1851. A new zealand Timber sex Augustus v 0jaiy tons of the above now stacked at port a Adelaide of All descriptions and sizes for Sale in lots to suit purchasers. For terms and Price Burnett Nathan Carrie Street Adelaide re opening of the Hamburg House. E Roach having completed the alterations of his premises has now the pleasure of informing his friends and the Public that he has re opened the above lamed House with an extensive Stock of general and fancy drapery gentlemen s ready made clothes a Irlich have been purchased on the Best possible terms and which he is prepared to sell at the lowest remu negating prices. L. R. Refrains from quoting prices or Quantity As the Public Are Well aware that such practices Are More frequently resorted to for the purpose of misleading than of directing purchasers. By unremitting attention to business which he pledges himself to conduct on the strictest principles of honour and integrity repudiating the notorious system of forcing sales whether customers Are suited or not he Hopes to secure the Confidence of the Public and a portion of their patronage. L. A s arrangement with his English agent will afford Liim the advantage of showing monthly to his customers whatever novelties in style shape or design May be in the Market. A Liberal allowance will be made to milliners dress makers and the Trade. Rundle Street september 1851. Selling off Selling off . Benjamins Hindley Street. To publicans storekeepers and others. A Large assortment of Hobart town lamps 2, 3, and 4 burners known in All the colonies to be the Best lamps for burning. Likewise lamp Cottons and lamp glasses publican s tumblers and Robbier glasses decanters and wines brass Candle Sticks Snuffe trays bronzed fenders and fire Irons Hearth rugs Indian matting looking glasses of All sizes English Feather Beds and pillows knives and Forks balanced handles spoons teakettles and saucepans crockery of All description tarpaulins. Likewise seven Hogsheads of Hollo Ware to be sold cheap. Guns and pistols Oil paintings. A splendid lot of China vases and a variety of other articles too numerous too mention. Must be cleared off in a Short time. Observe . Benjamins next door to or. Colton. Saddler Hindley Street. Verandahs. Corrugated galvanized tinned a ? Iron forms the neatest As Well As the strongest and Best Verandah roof that can be erected in the Colony. It can be Laid at a moderate expense and without any framework except the Wall plates. Roofs covered with this material Are much cooler than slate As Well As less costly Are Light durable and highly ornamental. We Are prepared to take contracts for the framework and covering of roofs of All descriptions and dimensions including if desired fireproof rafters constructed from galvanized Metal upon a new principle. The attention of country settlers is respectfully directed to our Patent roofing tiles which Are easy of transit Light requiring Little framework and being stamped by machinery to a particular shape can be Laid without mistake by inexperienced hands. For pumps Large and Small cisterns tubing Well buckets and any article connected with the conveyance and retention of water galvanized Metal is by far the Best material that can be employed As its great strength and Rustproof properties Render it eminently adapted for these and similar purposes. Baths of All descriptions kept in Stock and made to order. The barque Jane just arrived from England has brought a Large Supply of various descriptions of our Metal and we expect More by the Rachel and lady Flora daily expected. Morewood Rogers & co., patentees. Offices Leigh Street Adelaide. On the Church. A Sermon preached by the right Rev. The lord Bishop of Melbourne on St John the Baptist s Day 1851. Minutes of a conference of the clergy and laity of the United Church of England and Ireland in the Colony of Victoria. The Melbourne Church of England messenger nos. 18, 19, 20. Price threepence. This work May be had from the commencement at Platts s Book warehouses. A National illustrated Library la Nineveh and Boswell s life of Johnson vol 1 Franklin and the Arctic regions Gilfillan s literary portraits Goldsmith s poems illustrated mrs. Hemans s works Complete 6 vols. Nobody s son Nile notes the hungarian War by Baroness von Beck trip to Mexico Taylor s United states and Cuba Goa and the Blue mountains \ Book of nature by Schwedher and Medlock Moir s lectures on the poetry of the last half Century Hood s poems lectures to Young men 1851 Dixon s life of Penn the forty five by lord Mahon the English Struwve Lpeter laughter Book for Little folks the wedding gift d Aubigne s reformation Ellen Mordaunt or the effects of True religion pictorial half hours 0 working Man s Friend pleasant pages Ward s Kaffir War Forster a peerage the Broad drawing Book Jamie Gordon or the orphan mrs. Geldart s stories of Ireland Barrett s How to manage infants Chambers s guide to Australia. Platts. A i l y h e r a l d a Chambers journal Chambers papers Dickens s household words London journal family Friend family Tutor Parlour Magazine punch. Illustrated London news May 3rd song books ?.? knitting books Brown s Library ? ? Rundle Street. Just received. Be n t t o r e a d David Copperfield Henry Smeaton masters and workmen Warkworth Castle Fern lev Manor Catherine Erlof Petticoat government by mrs. Trollope Avengo by borrow san boys comic history of England catalogue great exhibition illustrated Blackwood s Magazine. Brown s Library opposite the Norfolk arms Rundle Street. ? sex Jane it o 0 d dolls to dressed ditto puzzles. Transparent slates chinese accordions kaleidoscopes punch tumblers rolling ditto. Chinese trumpets alphabets cd c.3. Bbown Opp Orito the Norfolk arms. Bundle Street. Mining advertisements. ? ,._ ? ? wheal Harmony mine. Notice is hereby Given that these Ond general half yearly meeting f the. Proprietors of the above mine will be held at he freemasons tavern on wednesday 8th october next at 3 o clock ., to appoint new directors and transact other general business Uso to take into consideration the propriety of continuing the mine and dissolving the present company likewise of forfeiting All shares on which the Calls have not been duly paid. D. Moullin 15th september 1851. Secretary. Cartage to and from the Burra Copper works and port Wakefield. The rates of cartage during the month of september will be 30s. Per ton each Way. After wards during the season 25s. Per ton each Way. American and carpet brooms. Just received and on Sale by the under Foj ? signed a Large assortment of ?. American Ana carpet brooms. Or ? it. Smith Hindley and Grenfell streets. Drapery clothing a a. An immense assortment of the above now on hand to be sold in whole packages at 25 per cent on genuine English invoices or selected parcels at a proportionate rate of Advance at Samuel Hart s wholesale warehouse Hindley Street terms approved Bills at three months or 2� discount for Cash. Tall ales soda tumblers wine glasses a. Berry Gall beg to inform the Public that they have received per ship Adelaide seven packages of the above also chamber sets of the most elegant and Recherche patterns and haying received advices of very Large shipments and not having sufficient room and being about to enlarge premises in Rundle Street Are determined to Clear off the whole of the present Stock at prices never before heard of in Adelaide. See As follows dinner sets for 12 persons from. �2 10 0 breakfast cups and saucers per Doz. 0 6 0 White and Gold China Tea set ? 0 18 0 chamber sets dark Blue ? 0 6 6 tumblers Imperial pints Stout. 0 5 0 set of decanters four to set ? 0 10 0 wine glasses Cut ? 0 4 0 Glass sugars and creams per pair. 0 1 6 other goods equally cheap too numerous to particularized. Discount allowed to storekeepers. Observe 83, Rundle Street next the sir John Barley Corn hotel and at Hindley Street next to Solomon s auction Mart. Hats hats hats South australian hat manufactory Leigh Street Adelaide. Elm. Leaver & co. Take great pleasure in t t returning thanks for the very Liberal support they have met with since their commencing business and beg to inform the Public in general that they have received per ship Anglia a miscellaneous assortment of materials for making All kinds of ladies Reding hats of the present fashion in London clerical hats gentlemen s hats and children s hats in every variety of shape made to order either from Beaver drab or Black silk Rabbit opossum or lambs wools and a Good assortment of velvet and cloth Caps miners and drayman s hats perfectly water proof. W. L. & co. Also beg to offer to the Public the australian Light ventilator As a Bummer hat either in drab or Black sue or drab Brown Green and Black Merino. Merchants and the Trade supplied. Old hats blocked and be shaped for Une shilling and six Pence. Rabbit and opossum skins bought in any Quantity. September 16, 1851. Faulkner s symposium commercial and family hotel Currie and Leigh streets Adelaide. Bass s sparkling Burton no. 3 and other ales of delicious flavour in splendid con lotion wines and spirits choicest and nicest. The symposium chop and soup room fitted up expressly in a style unequalled with every convenience to suit the commercial Man captains Farmers ind All others who wish to do business in peace and Comfort. The colonial and English journals regularly sled. Bread and cheese on table from 10 to 4 soups and chops always ready. Private entrances in Leigh and Currie streets. Mark Well and beware of imposition the Only House in. Town for everybody and every Good article. The establishment conducted in the. True London style. Faulkner s symposium family and com Mercial hotel late Wellington inn Corner of Leigh and Currie streets Adelaide. Crawford s entire 6d. Per pot out of doors. Conveyance to the port and Brighton. I Eorge cant legs respectfully to inform the it Public that he has just had built expressly for the roads an omnibus for the conveyance of passengers to the port and Brighton to the latter of which places it has Long been wanting in the room of open carts where persons travelling Are exposed to Sun and dust and thereby unfitted for business on arrival in town. To overcome this great difficulty g. C. Has had an omnibus built in Armour s Best style called the Royal Admiral which will leave the different places at the undermentioned hours punctually from Adelaide for the port at 11 o clock . The port for Adelaide at a Quarter past 3 o clock Adelaide for Brighton at 5 o clock Brighton for Adelaide at a Quarter past 8 o clock . This will suit gentlemen connected with mercantile Pur suits who reside near the Beach and ladies from travelling in the heat of the Day. In addition to which g. C. Will have a waiting room at the top of his Yard where ladies May wait till the Start in room of the former Long talked of inconvenience of loitering about the streets. Fares. Both ways on each Une is. 6d. First trip both ways on the 1st october. Gigs Spring carts and ladies and gentlemen s Saddle horses to let. Likewise a pair horse or four horse carriages to let for pleasure trips or otherwise. Of Spring carts with civil Drivers Start at any hour for the port. . An old and faithful servant having charge of the ? omnibus will take parcels directed either War which will i be delivered in the same state As when put under his care. The largest newspaper in the Austral asian colonies. The Adelaide observer is the Al largest newspaper in the australasian colonies being printed on two sheets of double Royal and comprises forty eight closely printed columns. It contains All the English colonial and foreign news full reports of the legislative Council proceedings Public meetings the Law and police courts the Central Road Board and the Board of City commissioners and local and shipping intelligence without abridgement with agricultural scientific and other interesting articles original and selected. An Early country edition is printed on Friday with the news up to the time of publication for transmission by the mails on that Day so As to reach the Buna Burra and other Distant places on the saturday. The town edition is published on saturday mornings and is sent into the country by the mails which reach their destinations on that Day. The Adelaide observer presents a Superior medium for advertising from its almost exclusive circulation As a weekly paper in town and country having attained a number far greater than any other weekly journal in the province. Price sixpence. To Morrow s Adelaide observer with a supplement Gratis amongst other articles will contain full reports of the proceedings of the legislative Council including the debate on the second Reading of the waterworks Bill and the discussion on the Tariff on tuesday the discussion and division on the prerogative of the Crown in respect to the appointment by the Council of its own officers the Progress of the Esti mates in committee and the third Reading of the port Adelaide railway Bill on wednesday the adjourned consideration of the Tariff second Reading of Tho judges salaries Bill passing of a Bill to continue the City commissioners till the election of Tho new corporation and animated debate on or. Jacob s claim of thursday and full report of this Day s proceedings. The petitions Laid before the Council during the week. Council papers including Cost and details of the performances of the steam dredge in port Adelaide. South australian statistics comprising return of number of publicans licences granted for the last five years. Comparative return of Public houses for the same period. Comparative return of convictions in the supreme court for five years. Cases determined in the a Adelaide magistrates court for five years. Fits in insolvency and writs issued from the sheriff s office for the same period. Anu to ones for Usu years. Mortgages Bills of Sale judgments and warrants of attorney registered for the last five years. Return of mines at the close of 1350. Report of the meeting of the Reform association on monday last. The District councils Bill meeting at Kensington. Late English news ample details. Report of the society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts. Annual report of the South australian company. Annual report of the South australian banking company. New South Wales and latest from the Gold diggings. News from Vandiemen s land Victoria a. California san Francisco again Burnt to the ground alarming riots. Daily commentary on the proceedings of Council leading articles on the labourers meeting the railway undertakers German interpreter steam communication with great Britain railways and Iron and other subjects. Letters to the editor on railway appointments Iron and railways flour club and other matters. The South australian agriculturist. Proceedings of the Central Road Board and Tho City commissioners &c., a. The a i Outh australian government Gazette containing appointments tenders applicants for leases of Crown lands classified list of emigrants per Navarino impounding and insolvency notices a. The Law and police courts of the week including the police proceedings in the recent forgery Case shipping intelligence with the arrivals and departures Pas sengers inwards and outwards cargoes inwards and outwards a. intelligence for the week latest markets and All the news up to the hour of publication. . With saturday s Adelaide observer will be published i supplement of two pages. The observer n its Ordinary form of two sheets of double Royal is the Argest newspaper in South Australia and contains nearly i Page More printed matter than any other newspaper of l0 pages issued in Adelaide. Closed on saturday and monday next on account of holidays or. Samuel Hart s wholesale establishment Hindley Street. An office to be let eligible situated i Hindley Street adjoining the Register and observer offices. Apply on the premises. Double Royal printing paper. Wanted to Purchase a Quantity of the at the offices of the Register and observer Hindley Street. The Case of borrow & g00d1ar. On Sale at the office of the South Australia Register. Few copies of the pamphlet containing the particulars of the above Case including the memorial to lord Stanley and the whole of the official correspondence. Price is. On Sale at this office a few volumes of a Leichardt s journal of his Overland expedition from Moreton Bay to port Essington. On7 Sale at the office of this paper emigration forms forms of application for Crown lands agreements for masters and servants de pasturing forms writs subpoena writs of summons seamen s Advance notes. Conditions of Sale Imperial fire insurance company. No. 1, old Broad Street and 16, pall mall London. Subscribed and invested capital. Oxe million six ii Una Kei thousand pounds. Rates of insurance. Cent. A an. 1st class. Buildings of Brick or Stone with. Roofs of slate tile or Metal detached. 7 6 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of other buildings of like construction and having proper party Walls ? 10 o ditto ditto ditto to inferior buildings ? 12 6 2nd class. Buildings of Brick or Stone with roofs of Shingle detached ? 12 6 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of other buildings of like construction and having proper party Walls ? 15 3rd class. Buildings All or in part of Wood detached ? 25 0 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of other buildings ? ? 30 0 All cases involving risks not comprised in the above tables will be arranged by special agreement. Buildings where hazardous trades Are carried on or in which hazardous goods Are deposited or without propel party Walls will be subject to an additional rate of 2s. 6cl per cent for the 1st and 2nd class and 5s. Percent Tor the 3rd class. The company also undertake to Grant assurances or ships in Harbour at the following rates 1 year. 6 Mon. 3 Raon 8. D. A. D. 8. D with condition against repairing. 0 0 7 6 5 with Liberty to repair ? 15 0 10 6 ? building. ? 21 0 15 0 10 hazardous trades. Bread and biscuit Bakers car Penters chemists coach makers Coopers cabinetmaker i distillers liquor and spirit shops oilmen printers Shi and boat builders blacksmiths and the like. Hazardous goods. Cotton hemp flax Oil pitch tar Rosin Saltpetre spirits tallow turpentine and other o an equally dangerous character., j a. , i. Pro agent North Terrace. Port Adelaide theatre. Open on wednesday s and fridays. Proprietors messes. Lazar and co pm. ? 2 notice. The Public Are respectfully informed that this evening and until further notice the doors will open at 7 o clock and commence at half past 7. First night of the historical drama of the Tower of Nesle and a new Farco entitled Cherry Bounce. Various other novelties Are in Active preparation. To Morrow saturday october 4, will Bop resented for the first time the historical drama of. The Tower of Nesle. Pas de Deus miss and master Chambers. To conclude with the laughable farce of Cherry Bounce. B Fine arts. ,portrait,miniature,and lands a e Painter begs to acquaint those who Are desirous of obtaining tuition in the elegant and useful of drawing and painting that he proposes giving lessons in the following branches Viz. Drawing in Pencil and Chalk figure landscape Flowers Marine subjects mechanical and architectural drawing and in the principles and practice of perspective. ? terms in classes of not less than six pupils two guineas per Quarter. For private tuition varying according to distance from town &c., the terms May be known by applying to or. Gilfillan at his studio Bussell Street Angas Street next Bouse to the new court House Victoria Square. Russell Street october 4, 1851. Daguerreotype portraits Are taken Elj daily by or. S. Oglesby at his establishment Morphett Street nearly opposite Trinity Church. To invites the attention of the Public to his Superior and improved photographic productions which have received the highest encomium of Tho press of Tho Colony. Price of portraits including Morocco Case from 15s. Upwards. .-s. O. Wishes to make known that he intends leaving Adelaide in a Short time. Hours 10 until 4 o clock. Cloudy weather no objection. Public notice. An order having been drawn on me Byer. L. A. Schulzek surgeon Lato of Suichen Bay i hereby give notice that i refuse to Cash All. Such orders which May be drawn on me in future by the same part. Henry Rundle Street Adelaide. He creditors of the firm of Smith and Bishop and of the separate partners of the firm Are requested to meet at the office of the undersigned on monday next the 6th instant at 2 ., to receive a statement of the affairs of the parties. Fenn & wearing Exchange Chambers. 2nd october 1851. To landed proprietors. Such having Ironstone on their sections and Are desirous to have them tested in the Furnace May learn further particulars by addressing a Post paid letter to the subscriber at the office of this paper. John Finnie. Adelaide 1st october 1851. Kodiar and so Ward beg to acquaint vat their friends that they have entered into partnership and will coins coca business As contractors and Timber merchants this Day. G. So Ward begs to return his thanks for the Liberal support he has experienced and he has no doubt that Tho. New firm will Merit and receive an equal degree of Publ c Confidence and patronage. Rundle Street August 1st, 1851. Edwards Ter Boot and Shoemaker Hindley Street begs to inform the Public tha he has recommenced business in the promises lately occupied by or. Carl Eton chemist near Leigh Street where he has Laid in a Large Stock of every requisite for the Trade. Gentlemen s boots and shoes of every description ladies ditto ditto of newest and Best pattern children s boots and shoes in great variety. Orders attended to with the greatest punctuality and dispatch. Country storekeepers and settlers Hup plied with every article in the Lino upon the shortest notice and most i reasonable terms. Hindley Street August 20th, 1851. Pianoforte and harmonium for Sale or hire at Dawes s manufactory Rundle Street East. A very Superior and powerful 6� Octavo cottage piano in Rosewood Case made expressly for this Colony by those celebrated manufacturers Allison and Allison of London. Also a Superior second Picola by Wornum and a grand by Broadwood. Harmonium from �21. A very Superior assortment of flu tinos accordion flutes violins music stools and every other article in the Trade. Several pianoforte and harmonium in course of manufacture on the premises. To sorted direct genuine eau de Al Cologne dist led by Johann Maria Farina Julichs Platz no. 4, Cologne sur Rhine the oldest distiller and purveyor to Many Royal courts. A wholesale depot of the eau de Cologne Dis tilled by me is established at or. Geo. Dales medical Hall Hindley Street Adelaide. To prevent the imposture which take place everywhere by so named eau de Cologne imported from Franco and other countries making use of my name every retailer will receive a certificate signed and sealed by me verified by the upper burgomaster of this town and confirmed by the Royal prussian government. This certificate states that the purchaser has bought eau de Cologne distilled by me Johann Maria Farina Julichs Platz no. 4. Cologne sur Rhine dec., 1850. R. Graham s anti bilious and digestive pills to celebrated in India and other hot countries for their wonderful Efficacy in diseases of the Chest liver complaints &c., a these pills Are particularly recommended to persons suffering from bilious and liver complaints tightness of the Chest consumption headache indigestion asthma and All complaints arising from the want of a regular action of the digestive organs. Testimonial from or. Georoe Ottaway of bundle Street Adelaide. Dear sir acting upon your suggestion i tried or. Graham s pills and have taken them regularly Ever since. And i am Happy to inform you that i find them keep Down the bile and in other respects act so beneficially that i feel much better now than i have done for the last four years although i tried during that time Many other remedies which proved wholly i efficacious. As you wished me to let you know How the pills acted i feel much pleasure in writing the above which you can make Public if you wish. G. Ottaway. . W. Dashwood Adelaide. Sold in boxes at one shilling each and May be had of w. Dashwood Gren fell Street and Exchange colonnade agent for South Australia also by the following local agents ? ? ? or. W. Mcclure storekeeper Kooring Burra Burra. ? or. Booth storekeeper Gawler town. Or. Waterfall Strathalbyn

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