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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - October 3, 1851, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia two Gazette. From out Gooter tement Gazette of thursday evening october 2, 1851. New Bill. Council chamber october 1, 1851. His excellency the lieutenant governor has been pleased to direct that the following abstract of a Bill about to be introduced into the legislative Council of South Australia be published Lor general information an act to incorporate the Trinity mouse of port Adelaide South Australia. Preamble. Governor May incorporate the Trinity House port Adelaide. Master of Trinity House to be Harbour master one of the wardens to be collector of customs a. Wardens How nominated a. The Trinity House port Adelaide to License pilots to fix the rates of Pilotage a. To superintend lights Light houses a and to establish dues a. Powers of the Trinity House of port Adelaide to extend Over the limits of port Adelaide a. Harbour does a How levied a. The Trinity House of port Adelaide to make by Laws subject to the allowance of the governor a. Accounts to be Laid before the legislative Council annually. Present Harbour regulations to continue in Force. Gaol at Redruth. The lieutenant governor notifies by proclamation that the House buildings and enclosures now used occupied and supported by the government of this province As a Public gaol prison or House of correction at Medruth. In the District of the Murray River shall be a Public gaol prison and House of correction. Special Timber licence. Crown lands office october 1. 1851. The following special Limber licence has been issued in accordance with the notice published in the government Gazette of the 16th january last no. 3, september 27th, granted to Mauris Thomas 20 Square Miles East of the Bremen leases of waste lands. Colonial Secretary s office october 1. 1851. His excellency the lieutenant governor has been pleased to direct the publication of the following approved schedule of annual leases of waste lands of the Crown which will be issued on payment of the respective rents named. Schedule of annual leases forwarded for the. Approval of his excellency the lieutenant governor live 11th Day of september 1851. 1. Arthur Hardy Lincoln and Louth 9 Square Miles �9. 2. Ditto Lincoln 5 do., �5. 3. Ditto Lincoln 5 do., �5. 4. John Rankine Nkang Kita 19 do., �19. 5. Stephen King Mudra Wirra Light and Nurio Otapa 35 do., �35. 6. Guy Fowler and Guy Bremer 10 do., �10. 7. J. H. Angas won Yarra 9 do., �9. 8. John Bowman Stanley 42 do., �42. 9. S. L. Muirhead Stanley and a Oinga 19 do., �19. 10. Donald Macdonald a Oinga 4 do., �4. 11. E. N. Foot North Rhine 8 do., �8. 12. James Mckechnie Louth and Lincoln 26 do., �26. 13. Jos. And win. Keynes North Rhine 8 do., �8. 14. G. B. Yeates won Yarra 26 do., �26. 15. Ditto ditto 10 do. �10. 16. Joseph Gilbert Waterloo and Belvidere 9 do., �9. 17. James Logan a Oinga 24 do., �24. 18. John Bishop Lincoln and Louth 5 do., �5. 19. Lachlan Mcbean North Rhine 14 do., �14. 20. F. C. Moncton Stanley Saddleworth and Julia Creek 57 do., �57. 21. C. M. Bagot Belvidere and a Panda 41 do., �41. 22. A. Forever Light Belvidere and Nurio Otapa 56 do., �56. 23. John Bowman Gilbert and Light 11 do., �11. 24. G. A. Anstey Gilbert 34 do., �34. 25. James Humphrey Kooring 3 do., �3. 26. T. H. Williams do., 16 do., �16. 27. John Baker South Rhine and Tung Killo 103 do., �103. 28. John Ellis port Gawler. 105 do., �105. 29. C. Jansch Tung Killo 6 do., �6. 30. James masters Gilbert 27 do., �27. 31. S. And f. White won Yarra 20 do., �20. 32. W. H. Neale Kooring and a Oinga 13 do., �13. 33. Jos. And we. Keynes North Rhine 26 do., �26. 34. We. Telford Lincoln 5 do., �5. 35. Thos. Matthews South Rhine 2 do., �2. 36. William Slater Stanley Saddleworth and Gilbert 15 do., �15. 37. J. And w. Rankine Bremer 15 do., �15. 38. Grant and Butler Mudra Wirra and Light 43 do., �43. 39. J. H. Angas Belvidere North Rhine and South Rhine 49 do., �49. 40. John Tennant Louth 7 do., �7. 41. Henry Ayers Kooring 11 do., �11. 42. John Gra Norer. Madia. Wirra. 14 do. �1.1 classified list of emigrants. Immigration. Once port Adelaide 27th sept 1851. List of emigrants sent out by the land and emigration commissioners on Board. The Navarino r. C. Page com Nander 463 tons left Portsmouth june 29th, arrived 25th september 1851. Male. Female. Total. Adults married ? 41 40 81 single. 38 44 82 children above 1, under 14 17 29 46 ditto infants under 1 year 5 5 10 219 souls equal to 186 statute adults. Classified list. Married single. Females. Agricultural labourers. 29 26 Mason. ? 1 miners ?2 5 carpenters ?2 2 ploughman. L shepherds ? 13 tailors ?1 1 Blacksmith ? 1 tinsmith. 1 gardeners. 2 Domestic servants. 39 Needle woman. 1 schoolmaster 1 farm servants. 4 totals ? 41 38 44 appointments. Colonial Secretary s office october 1. 1351. His excellency the lieutenant governor has been Peis a to approve of the appointment of the following gentlemen to or Vii As District commissioners for the Hundred of Kondo Narindra. Viz. Thomas Latta sen. James Dawson. Sen Duncan Cameron George Lucker James Fatone. Colonial Secretary s office october 1, 1851. His excellency the lieutenant governor has been pleased to approve the following appointment made per Suant to the 31st clause of ordinance no. 14, of id49, for the making and improving of roads in South Australia Hundred of Adelaide. Or. W. Jones of Unley to be clerk and collector vice or. William Giles resigned appointment to take Date from 20th september 1851. Tenders. Central Toul Board office. Oct. 1. 1851. Tenders will be received at this Othee until noon of thursday 16th instant for the following works on the North Road. For Metal Ling a portion of Road Between Islington and the Tyrand. Junction inn on tie Eastern Road. For repairs to the Road near i Arnsdorf Bridge and Between Hahndorf Bridge and mount Barker near the Church Hinds. On the North eur Stern Road. For fencing the new line through Section 474, near Walkerville about 170 rods. Particulars May be obtained at this office. Tenders must Bear the signatures of two respectable householders willing to become bound with the party ten Dering for the due fulfilment of the contract. Tenders to be addressed to the chairman of the Central Road Board marked outside on Public service with the word tender on the left hand Corner. Colonial storekeeper s office october 1, 1851. Tenders will be received at this office until noon of tuesday the 7th october for the Supply of firewood for the Public departments during the period ending 31st de Cember next at per 100 lbs. Weight. Weighbridge tickets of weight will be required to accompany each Load on Deli very and be countersigned by the party receiving it. Further particulars to be obtained at this office. report return return of All wheat flour bread and Gram the produce of South Australia exported during the week ending Satur Day september 27, 1851 wheat ? Lya. Flour ? Robt r Torrens. Collector. Collegiate institution. To the editor of the South australian Register. Sir would you allow me space in your influential journal to make certain enquiries and remarks relative to a subject of much importance bearing on the interests of a Hii Rolv in Wilif. Institution ? i beg to enquire first whether the clerical master of the collegiate institution is permitted by the statutes to engage in ecclesiastical or parochial duty / secondly if so with what limitation or restriction ? permit me to remark that the Rev. Or. Allom the second master and superintendent of the boarding establishment has been absent from the school for some time on the ground of severe illness but although the Rev. Gentleman has not yet resumed his Scholastic duties he was enabled to take duty on sunday last at Walkerville Church. I should have great reluctance to draw attention to this circumstance did 1 not feel that the interests of this excellent institution May suffer. The exertions of the Reading desk and the pulpit Are As arduous As those of the school room and i cannot therefore understand what valid excuse there can be for an evasion of those duties belonging to the latter. However leaving this Point to the determination of those to whom the Rev. Gentleman is amenable for his conduct i would observe that the regular performance of ecclesiastical duties by a master of the school is at All times to be deprecated As obviously conflicting with the regular discharge of Scholastic duty especially in the Case of a gentleman who is also at the head of a boarding establishment such engagements inevitably clashing with his obligations to attend to the religious culture of those pupils committed to his care. I would further remark that the Rev. Or. Allom is still the paid pastor of Walkerville the duties of the Church during his indisposition being supplied by a disengaged Clergyman the Rev. Or. Platt. I beg to subscribe myself sir yours truly Parens and a subscriber. Adelaide 1st october 1851. / we shall be Happy to give insertion of any authorized explanation in reply to the above. De. Sir. Gawler town. We have received a communication from Gawler town complaining of the prevalence in that township of offences against person properly and the Public peace and furnishing detailed particulars of several recent occurrences of each kind. It is stated that parties decline prosecuting in consequence of the. Heavy expense and loss of time that must be incurred involving the necessity of a journey to Adelaide twice if not thrice. An Appeal from the inhabitants to the lieutenant governor is spoken of As about to be made praying his excellency to adopt some remedial measures. Insolvency notices. of insolvency. Daniel Riordan of Rundle Street. Adelaide licensed Victualler. Soli Tor j. Ii. Fitzgerald. Fued in court september 27, 1851. Annit Norn Vival Hea hikes. James bunco Kichan Bunce and John Brown of Adelaide Mer chants carrying on business under the style or firm of Bunce Brothers ind co., til Friday this day3rd october at 11 o clock. Iten Amin so Grant of a North Adelaide builder till Friday. 10th octo Ber at 1 o clock. Nicholas Frederick Kronk and Charles Theodore Frederick Zimmler of Lindley Street Adelaide chemists and druggists till monday 20th october at 11 o clock. Charles Young of Gawler town publican till thursday 16th october at 2 o clock. Impounding notices. Impounded at the Lublic i found township 01 Truro near the wheal Barton mine one Magpie Bullock off Horn off like i92 off Rump one yellow cock horned cow near ear marked Star on face White on Back Ella. And Tail. Ii is near ribs like of near Rump illegible Brand off ribs. It not claimed will be sold 011 tie it Ali october , at noon. James Shannon Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Section 7557, on the Gawler River one yellow Bullock wide horns rather cock Low in condition 5 s with b under near ribs one Rusty Brown sided Bullock White spotted Back belly legs and Tail wide horns Black tips lib Jet Brown ears and muzzle we on both horns is near Rump one red Bullock wide cock horns be near ribs Sqq near Rump one White Bullock dark Brindle head and neck spots behind Rump wide cock horns piece Cut out of off ear c near Rump Jii with s under conjoined near thigh 2 with to off ribs one Light Brindle cow Small horns rather cock piece Cut out both ears Job off Rump to with 9 under near Rump with other brands off ribs Large red Bull calf by her Side one yellow Brindle sided Poley cow White spotted belly backs legs head and Tail Small notch in off ear with x under near Rump one dark Brindle yearling Poley steer White spotted belly Little on legs and Tail piece Cut off near ear like j near ? ribs one Blue sided spotted cow White belly Back and Tail spotted head and legs in with s under off Rump in off ribs o near Side Back Brand near shoulder cock horns one yellow and White Poley steer pm near ribs one Light red Bull White on Back belly Hind legs and Tisil White heart on forehead my off Rump one Light yellow sided cow. White Back belly legs and Tail Strawberry head Small cock horns f behind near shoulder one red and White Piebald horse White and Black mane Small Lump on Back Collar marked about fourteen hands High s off Side of neck under the Mune one dark Brown draught horse Low in Condi Tion Black Points mane and Tail Little White on forehead about 16 hands High ii off shoulder one Grey draught Mare dark Grey Points and Marks of hobbles about 16 hands High c on near Side of neck with w under near shoulder one Liht Chesnut Mare Light Points Long Tail and mane White Star on forehead about 14 hands High Diamond with and c under near shoulder with c under mane. If not claimed will be sold october 27th, 1851. At noon. Thomas Green Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Barossa near Landoch Valley one Strawberry yearling steer tips of both ears gone no visible Brand one Black cow off ear Slit 3 and r conjoined top near ribs like jul with c under the my conjoined near Rump illegible brands off shoulder like Ujj with go under off ribs like of with 20 under con joined off Rump with Light red Heifer calf one yellow cow off ear notched no visible Brand with yellow Heifer calf nose Board on one red steer White on Back and belly Down horns near ear notched like an illegible Brand top near ribs a near thigh like a Brand off Rump one yellow and White spotted Heifer no Brand visible about eighteen months old one Light red Heifer Strawberry face White Back belly Hind legs and Tail no visible Brand. If not claimed will be sold on the 27th october 1851, at noon. Ii. G. Butcher Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Section 16s7, one tree Hill one dark Bay entire Colt Small White spot in forehead Black Points like with k under near ribs. If not claimed to be sold 27th october 1s51, at noon. J. Ii. Southon Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Section 2s4, Marden near Payne am one White Strawberry cow both ears Slit bit of both horns Cut off Tail Cut half off illegible Brand on both shoulders likes one Small red cow White belly like o near Rump and like w off ribs one Light red steer 51 off Rump one Brown and White Bullock tip off near Horn bit out of near ear illegible Brand like he near Rump one Roan coloured horse broken Knees switch Tail White Streak Down the face two fore and near Hind fetlock White. If not claimed will be sold october 27, 1851, at noon. One Light Bay Mare both fore fetlock White White face no Brand visible advertised september 25, now appears to have like x on neck near Side. If not claimed will be sold october 20, 1851, at noon. George Bowker Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound. Glen Osmond Section so one red and White steer branded cd with. ?. Over near ribs one Black Bullock White on Rump heart near shoulder one red Bullock Wjk near ribs like of off ribs. If not claimed will be sold on the 27th Day of october 1s51, at noon. E. Olliver Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Chain of Ponds one dark Bay or Brown Mare White Hind fetlock few White hairs in face branded like j near shoulder like j with of Over off shoulder switch Tail one red cow White on Back and belly branded like a near shoulder like 71 near ribs with red Bull calf White on Rump at Side one Strawberry sided steer branded like a near shoulder illegible brands near ribs. If not claimed to be sold on the 27th october 1851, at noon. Thomas Marsh Pound keeper. Fits. Heinrich Wilhelm Schache of Hope Valley near Adelaide labourer a Friday this day3rd october at 2 o clock. Flo tremor Nolan of Clare publican on saturday 4th october at 1 clock. Jules Francois Joubert of Grenfell Street Adelaide merchant on saturday 4th october at noon. Kobert Goodwin late of Leigh Street Adelaide now of new Ivon Rood Nail merchant and commission agent on Friday 10th october at noon. John faster Clay late of port Lincoln sheep Farmer afterwards of Grenfell Santt Adelaide out of business on thursday 16th october at noon by adjournment. John Miller of port Adelaide builder on Friday 24th october at 1 o clock. Certificates. The certificate of John chanter of Leigh Street Adelaide licensed Victualler will be granted by the commissioner of the court of insolvency unless due cause be shown to the contrary on Friday october 24th. At 1 1 n Riwk the certificate of James Hill of Leigh Street Adelaide licensed Victualler will a granted by the commissioner of the court of insolvency unless due cause be shown to the contrary on Friday october 24th, at 11 o clock. Audits. James Fountain of Brown Street Adelaide lacks nuts on 27th october at 1 o clock. James George of Hindley Street Adelaide Shoemaker on monday 27th october at it o clock. John Gilby of the Pine Forest formerly of the dry Creek storekeeper on monday 27th october at 12 o clock. Dividends. A dividend of fifteen shillings in the Pound will be payable on and after tuesday 7th of tuber t those creditors of William Rodolph Thomas late of the Pine Forest great North Road licensed Victualler a dividend of four shillings and six Pance in the Pound will be payable on Anil after tuesday 7th october to those creditors of Charles Osbourne late of Gawler l gains licensed Victualler who have proved their debts. A dividend of two shillings and six Pence in the Pound will be payable on and after tuesday 7th october to those creditors of Benjamin Greig of Ili Huuey Street Adelaide livery stable keeper and commission agent who have proved their debts. Sales by Public auction. Tomorrow. Samson Wicksteed & co., Are instructed by the mortgagees to sell to Morrow saturday october 4th, at the Mart at 12 o clock i the lease with right of Purchase of those x valuable premises situate at Brownhill Creek and known As Moulden s brewery with buildings Plant a. Further particulars in future advertisements. To Morrow. By order of the trustees of the metro Politan building society. Samson Wicksteed & co. Are instructed to sell at their Mart to Morrow saturday october 4th, at 12 o clock the unexpired lease about Twenty years of All that valuable estate situate in Ackland Street Wakefield Street containing by a measurement 50 x 105 feet part of town acre 299, Whereon Are erected five sub Stantial cottages now bringing in a rental of �3 Par week and subject to a rental of �15 per annul. To Morrow. By order of the official Assignee. In re holding insolvent. Samson. Wicksteed & co., the government auctioneers Are instructed to sell at the Mart to Morrow saturday october 4, at 12 o clock \ la the insolvent s interest in an ajl agreement for the lease of the shop and dwelling House at Albert town held for six years from or. Marsden at a rental of. �30 per annul with the Goodwill of tha baking business and the fixture. Also a Broad paling House in the immediate neighbourhood. To Morrow. At Brompton. Samson Wicksteed & co. Have been favoured with instructions to sell at the Mart to Morrow saturday4th october at 12 o clock All that substantial lofty cottage of four rooms with Large fowl House pig Styes poultry Yard Good Well of water steeped and covered capital Kitchen Garden fenced and Well planted. Occupies altogether a frontage of 120 feet to the port Road by 130 feet to East Street close to tha new Wesleyan Chapel. For further particulars apply to h. W. Parker esq., solicitor. Terms half Cash and the remainder in approved Bills at three and six months. ? tomorrow. To close a consignment. Samson Wicksteed & co. Have received instructions to sell by Public auction at the Mart to Morrow saturday october 4, 1851, at 12 o clock two pipes vinegar2 boxes wrapping paper 960 horse shoes 2 bags aloes 2 do. Mustard seed 2 do. Almonds 1 do. Turmeric 3 do. Ginger 20 Riding whips 24 gig whips 12 dozen american adze 1 bag Cardaman 4 boxes jute lashing also 4 cases dutch cheeses sex Samuel Boddington and 1 Case of prints of the exhibition. Positively without Reserve. Terms Cash. For the Benefit of whom it May concern. Samson Wicksteed & co. Have received instructions to sell at the Mart to Morrow saturday at 12 o clock Portland Cement. Monday. Samson Wicksteed & co. Will sell at the Mart on monday the 6th october at 12 o clock the whole of the remainder of the car goof the Eugene consisting of 1,050 bags sugar assorted samples 30 do. Black Pepper 30 boxes packet Tea. Remainder of the cargo of the titania Samson Wicksteed & co. Will sell at the port on tuesday next the 7th instant at 12 o clock 31q9 pieces deals and end Shiv a 293 do. Pine Plank 4,500 feet of scantling a Quantity of Fine boards also a variety of articles consisting of ploughs harrows hoes Corn measures nests of boxes churns clocks Patent cultivators butter Moulds and Fine dressed sheep skins. Specifications and samples May be seen on Board the vessel up to time of Sale. On monday the 6th Oder. To follow the Sale of the cargo of the Eugene. The Stock of a grocer removed to the Mart for the convenience of Bale. Samson Wickst Efad & co. Will sell at the Mart at 12 o clock 1q bags Fine grocers sugar it 20 boxes soap 8 do. Candles 7 chests packet Tea 10 half chests Souchon do. 6 cases pickles 2 do. Capers 2 do. Calves feet Jelly also 21 cases ale and. Porter 4 casks do. Do. 7 octaves Superior Sherry 14 baskets Seltzer water cd a. This Day. At port Adelaide at 12 o clock. To publicans wine and spirit merchants and others. E. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction at the stores of or. John Newman on the. Government wharf port Al Ide this Day friday3rd october at 12 o clock 1 9 half arms red Constantia or 13 do. White do. 5 Choice old port 1 pipe do. Do. 2 Hhd. Do. ? do. 2 Hhd. Fine malt whisky. Terms at time of Sale. R.R-\. -.? ? this Day. R at port Adelaide. E. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction at the stores of or. John Newman on the government wharf port Adelaide this Day Friday the 3rd october at 12 o clock Piave casks very Superior butter. This Day. At port Adelaide. Maul main teak Timber. E. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction at the Prince s wharf port Adelaide to Morrow Friday the 3rd of october at 12 o clock sex Eugene t1hree squares and twelve thick a planks 100 boards 8 x Inch. 20 joists 6x3 1,793 bundles teak shingles. Terms at Sale. Tomorrow. At the government Yards. Splendid horse Stock just arrived. To livery stable keepers horse dealers Farmers and gentlemen requiring Good horses. E. Solomon & co. Have Baen favoured with instructions from Michael Murry esq., to sell by auction at the Yards this Day saturday the 4th october at 12 o clock pc head of very Superior horse Stock consisting of pair very splendid dark Roan Carriage horses ?. Draught mares and horses horses and mares for plough useful Hacks a. Ill Well bred and from two to six years old. This Stock having been selected by or. Murry whose knowledge of the wants of the province in Stock is Gene rally admitted is a guarantee for the Quality of those now to be offered and As the terms will be Liberal and no Reserve a Large attendance at the Sale is requested. Tuesday. Colonial produce. E. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction in the stores at the rear of the City Mart on tuesday next the 7th october at 12 o clock one Bale fleece wool6 ditto washed sheepskins \ ton tallow. Terms Liberal. Tuesday. Wool Wool Wool e. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction in the stores at the rear of the City Mart on tuesday next the 7th october at 12 o clock nine Bales Fine fleece Wool increase. Terms Liberal. Tuesday. Jam cart boxes Lucifer hops drip stones a. E. Solomon & co. Will sell by auction at the City Mart on tuesday next the 7th october at 12 o clock seven cases Superior jams92 pair cart boxes 2 cases Lucifer 2 Bales hops 18 composition drip stones 6 bags peas &c., &c., a. To Wool growers merchant s Farmers and others. E. Solomon & co. Auctioneers commission agents a. A City auction Mart Hindley Street in returning thanks for the very Liberal patronage extended towards them since they have been in Busi Ness beg most respectfully to inform the merchants Wool growers Farmers and the Public that having completed a. Large store cellar and extensive Sheds at the rear of the auction Mart they have determined upon adopting the plan so successful in Tia sister colonies of holding weekly sales of Wool and produce and upon such favourable terms that the Wool grower merchant and settler must have a great advantage in the Sale and Purchase of colonial produce. E. S. & co., therefore beg to inform the Public that their stores Are now open to receive Wool tallow skins hides wheat a and that sales will be held every wednesday of the same at the rear of the City Mart. And in order to make this the Best Means for the disposal of produce they will store the same rent free for thirty Days and sell for a commission of one per cent. Or for the Mutual advantage of buyer and seller they will sell sell on credit making an additional charge of 2� per cent. Guarantee and discounting the Bills taken for the same charging Bank discount Only. That these arrangements would materially Benefit the seller must be evident As it is Well known that produce will sell for a better Price for credit than for Cash and As the whole of the charges will not exceed. 5� per cent., the auctioneers Are confident this arrangement will meet the views of a Large portion of the Community. A Liberal Advance in Cash to thou additional charges will be made if required on any produce received for Sale. George Green Engineer and land agent. Lands surveyed and plotted. Buildings and machinery designed estimated or valued. Government land sales. Parties desirous of buying sections at Al the above sales at government Price and requiring assistance in the whole or part Purchase thereof May obtain the same at the offices of the undersigned. Land and landed properties for Sale. For leased for rental. North within the East or Tofor or ofor South City of Adelaide. West government sections. Parties requiring government sections can have them purchased by the undersigned and lease them with a right of Purchase at any time during five years. ?. ? Money Lent on approved securities. Geo. Green land agent. Property registration office. ? King we lain Street. ,v.-\ mortgages for �100 and upwards a effected b j w a. A Colley Accini tent t to duet House Lotut air Maui i pm Taink eight rooms induct a ? and Media v v Geo. Breitb Ludl. Agent. ? property i registration office. King of align Street. To brewery Fob Sale. Proprietor wish to dispose of the premises. Ftp to a bbl i. Agent property registration Otyce King William ? town land frontages a in lease with ots out right of up Natue a in the following streets ��?3ttv .w1 Brown Pirie Weymouth Al a Kline Alsom Victoria Square and several private Sti reets in the most Central parts of the City. ? ?. E. A. Wright Liana a gent. Exchange Chambers King William strip 3t. Loans on mortgage at current rat e of interest ? r nor Sale two four roomed cottages up and from five to ten acres of land -�180, ? several cottages to let immediate j is season and reduced rents. _ T it of sections of land to be let on lease ? with right of Purchase. Money to lend in sums from �100 to �1, 000, Bills discounted daily. Apply to f. Veysey land House and commission 1 agent. To be let three Miles South from a Delaide a Fine Villa consisting of ten room 8, with Coal cellars Bakehouse oven &c., cd. A two stalled stable and coach House two excellent Wells of Warter a Large Garden Fuu of fruit Trees five year a old also a vegetable Garden a ten acre pad1 30ck of Lucerne a six acre paddock in grass comma ids a View of the Gulf and sea Breeze. The whole premise. � Art exceedingly commodious and in Good order. To be let Sot one or three years. Apply to Bryce Ross land and loan Agenor. Plan of the premises can be seen at Tho office. Money to to let or sell. To b. Barnard Money and land ? agent is prepared to lend Large or Smalli sums of Money on approved Security. Sections of land let with right of Pur Chase on the following terms for instance an 80-acre? Section of land let at a rental of 4s. An acre or �16 a Yar with right of Purchase at the end of three or five years at 30s. ? per acre or if �10 be paid Down at �14 a year Wittu right of Purchase at 25s. An acre. Apply to. To a Barnard land loan and general agent Exchange Entrance. To master mariners. A to be sold a very Superior True ship Box chronometer by Muirhead of Glasgow. Also a very Superior ten second Sextant by Jones Clarino Cross lok Dok. Apply to ? h. Muirhead watchmaker Hindley Street Adelaide. October 2nd, 1851. The flour and Grain Market. Adelaide october 2, 1851. Wheat 8s. To 8s. 6d., a Bushel of 60 lbs. Flour �21 to �22. Oats 6s. Bushel of 40 ibs. ? crushed Maize 7s. Bran is. 8d. � Bushel of 20 lbs. Pollard. Is. 10d. $ Bushel of 20 lbs. Barley English Bushel of 50 lbs., scarce. Do., Cape ditto. Hay �5 10s. To �6 10p. The Market remains at the above quotations but several transactions have taken place and a fall is looked for. Printed and published daily by William Kyffin Thomas for the executors of the late John Stephen sat the office of the South australian Register Hindley Street Adelaide path Australia where orders advertisement and communications Are received. Colonial markets. Sydney. August 29. The Mills. Messes. Barker & co a moderate Quan Tity of wheat has come to Market which was purchased at from 9s. 6d. To 10s. 9d. Bushel according to Sample. Flour remains firm at �25 for Fine and �23 for second Quality ton 01 2,000 ids. Bran is. To be. 2d. Per bushels. Or. Breillatt a few Small parcels of wheat Nave been received into the Mills this week at prices varying from 10s. To 10s. 8d. Up Bushel. For Vandiemen s land us. To Bushel has been offered and declined. Flour maintains a steady Price �25 for Fine and �23 for seconds. Bran is. 2d. To is. 3d. Per Bushel. Or. Smart the Little wheat that has arrived to Market during the past week has been bought up pretty freely at 10s. Cd. Up Bushel. Flour re Mains very firm at last week s quotations �25 for Fine and �23 for seconds. Bran �5 per ton of 2,000 lbs. Forage. The prices quoted at the Market Are As Fol lows Hay �2 10s. To �4 5s. Ton according to Quality Straw none in the Market Green food 6d. Dozen bundles by the Load. ? ? commercial intelligence. The amount of business closed for during the week has been too trifling materially to affect the Market rates. Importers Are firm with Eastern produce. Few goods Are now forced off privately5 or publicly but where it is found requisite to close sales the sacrifice is generally considerable. Our Market is not heavily stocked and a Large portion having been Laid in above present prices being bought Here at High rates or imported from the neighbouring colonies. The want of activity now existing is altogether owing to the Dii Mculty of procuring Carriage even at exorbitant rates. The greatest obstruction to our further Progress consists in the slow coach system of internal communication. With ample Means at their disposal the colonists have been exceedingly tardy in establishing a speedy Mode of transit through the Interior. Eventually British capitalists will creep in and reap a Rich Harvest which their want of Energy has permitted to escape them. R. Barnett broker. Sydney August 30. Melbourne sept Kier h wheat 10s. To ius. M. Up Bushel Oats 8s. Do. Bran lid. Do. Pollard is. 3d. Do. Flour first Quality �26 to 2,000 lbs. Seconds �24 do. Potatoes �5 10s. Ton. Maize 4s. & Bushel. Bale of store sheep. Yesterday messes. Bear and son sold 1,300 Wethers and ewes at 6s. 9d. To head. September 4. Geelong sept Bee 1. Wheat Fine Sample 10s 6d to 11b. Bushel Oats Fine Biea vyshed 7s. To 7s. 6d. Do. Maize first Quality 5b. To is. 6a. Do. Flour Fine �26 to �27 $ ton. Hobart town september 9. Wheat 10s. $ Bushel English Barley 6s. 9d. To 7s. 3d. Cape ditto 6s. Oats 5s. To 5s. 3d. Peas 5fl. To 6s. Beans 8s. Tares 10s. Flour �25 to �26 ton Hay Loose �5 5s. Ditto pressed �5 5s. Straw �2 10s. Potatoes �3 onions �20 to �22 port Arthur coals 13s. Ton Schouten Island ditto 16s. Paling 100, 5s. To 6s. Sawn Timber 100 feet 3s. To 4b. 6d. Shingles & 1,000, 5s. 6d. To 7s. Laths ditto 4s. 6d. To 5s. Launches Tull september 6. The intelligence from a Switous has had no material effect on our markets. Wheat is firm at 10s. 6d., at which figure sales have been effected and holders Are laying by for los. Fine flour is Worth �25 ton though a Superior Sample has exchanged hands at �26. Oats and Barley Are scarce at former rates. Mutton is Selling at from 2d. To 3jd. � ft., and beef from 4d. To 4d. San Prano Isoo. Tily 1. Chili flour 200ft-. Backs 9 Dols. 60 cents. Australian ditto 100 tts., 4j Dols. Potatoes 6j cents. Onions a to 14 cents. Sydney coals 6 acts. Potatoes there have been few arrivals and a brisk enquiry exists for Hobart town at 6i cents

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