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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia i ave been willing to have agreed to a larger increase ? lie hoped that his remarks would have satisfied the Hon. Member for West Adelaide. As they had not however he Woald Alc leave to withdraw the Bill.1 and he would recommend that it should be withdrawn not for ant fixed time hut until further advices should be received from eng land with reference to. His excellency s Suc Cessor which would probably be within a fort night. .?.-. Jul a. Baker said the government would perhaps not object to include All perquisites to his excellency in one sum for salary As he thought it was somewhat degrading and inconvenient to have charges for travelling and other expenses subjected to. Question in the audit office. There should be no details but a fixed aum to i cover All. Save granted to withdraw second Reading. District councils amendment a ?. Bill. In committee. The advocate gemeral said when the Bill was last in committee its consideration had been adjourned at the request of the Hon. Mem Berj Monthe port in order to ascertain what modifications were necessary to meet the wishes of his constituents and the Public. As the clauses were proceeded with that Hon. Gentle Man could offer sue n suggestions As he thought were calculated to improve the Rill. Clause 1. Providing that District councils existing at present shall remain in office until March next was amended and passed. Clause 2. Providing that no District coun ? Caudr after vacating Oil ice shall be liable to Fife for refusing to serve a Ain within three years was passed. ? clause 3. Providing that no vote shall be disqualified by reason of non payment of rates fort e period Only of fourteen Days was passed. Clause 4. Providing that members of District councils May be declared to a elected without poll. did not wish to oppose the Clame but there were several suggestions that he wished to make with regard to the Amend ment of the old and lie wanted to know what was the convenient course for him to pursue whether to suggest amendments to the different clauses As they were proceeded with or to make some general observations embodying his suggestions. The Hon. Member then pointed out several defects in the old . The advocate general thought it would be expedient for the Hon. Gentleman to state his objections when the clauses referred to came under discussion with regard to the other matter to which he referred he the advocate had been favoured by other members with suggestions As to improvements in the Bill and he would be glad to consider with them those of the Hon. Member for mount Barker. He would than either adopt them or be Able to state in Council Why he could not assent to them. Hear hear he would allow of the division of districts into wards and that separate councillors should be returned for the wards thus preserving the general interests of tie a strict from being prejudiced by local interests. Another suggestion that neither stipendiary magistrates nor publicans should i a Leej District councillors deserved serious consideration. Again one of the suggestions he received was opposed to a recommendation by the Hon. Member for mount Barker but All would be discussed at the postponement. V or. Reynolds thought the limit of one Hoar was too Short. The advocate general said it was not settled How Long a person might talk in South Australia. A laugh in the great number of costs there was no opposition yet As the Law stood the Assembly had to remain sequently at a Public House All Day. It was so found that Many persons who were never ropo8ed, and who had no desire to serve were elected. The clause was then passed As read. Clause 5, declaration of names of members elected pissed As read. Clause 6, providing that non attendance for three consecutive meetings vacated office unless through illness or other unavoidable cause or by leave of such Council proviso that a person leaving the District May resign without Wjk Nalty passed. Clause 7, providing that the annual meetings shall be in the second week of March passed us read. Clause 8, by Laws to be Laid before the go Vernor. \ rhe advocate general remarked that that the former requirement to Lay the by Laws on the table of that House had Only in one instance been complied with. That was in the Case of the a Chunja by Laws placed on the table the previous Day. Passed As read. Clause 9th councils May propose More than one rate in the year. Or. Reynolds made some remarks which were inaudible in the gallery. The would assent to the suggestion if the Hon. Member would obtain by motion an expression of opinion favour Able to it from the Council. It was quite constitutional but he would Only on it by the desire of the Council. Or. Peacock opposed the fixing of a ? Minunno rate. He knew no instance where such a Bill was in Force and his constituents who had communicated with him on the subject were also of pissed to it. F the advocate general could not see the Wisdom of retaining an organization and allowing its to be nullified. ? or Kingston said the member for West Torrens s suggestion was Only what was now exercised by the corporation. A certain amount of rate might be declared by the councillors and if More was thought necessary they would have to obtain the assent of the ratepayers. Or. Peacock thought that invaded the fundamental principle of the Bill which was that the people should rate themselves. Hear tear or. Baker thought that was a question that should be reserved. A populous Ward Mii lit influence the adoption or rejection of a rate to the detriment of the general interest of a District. The advocate general agreed in the propriety of holding Over the clause is it was possible that a populous Ward or local jealousies might affect the rate of a District. He would move that the clause be nost Nonerl the registrar general said the. District councillors were elected by the inhabitants each having but one vote but each in habitant had votes on the question of a rate in proportion to his property. He thought the councillors 3hould be elected on the latter Prin Ciple. Looking at the subdivision of property in their numerous villages where each proprietor had paly an interest of a few shillings in the rate they should not have an equal Power of voting for councillors with persons of greater property interest. He might also remark that so Long As the present Uncertain system of de Claring Rales continued while it might one year he a shilling in the Pound and next year a Farthing a the Pound there could a nose purity for the payment of interest on Money borrowed for improvements. Or. Scott concurred in the remark of the registrar general. There was a great jealousy apparent in some districts As to trusting the councillors elected. He thought the minimum rate of sixpence expedient inasmuch As it would to least raise Means to pay the expenses incurred. Or. Baker was also in favour of the graduated scale of voting at the election of coun Villous ? or. Bagot was surprised to hear his Friend ? the members for the Burra and the port advocating excessive Power in voting to property which always had its fair share of influence. The advocate general with reference to a mistake made by the registrar general re minded the Council that the clause which empowered the raising of a loan empowered the fixing of a rate to ensure the liquidation of the. Debt such rate to Roni in in Force until the debt was paid. He confessed he was More disposed to think with the Hon. Member for Light than with the members for the Burra and the port. Committee adjourned and obtained leave to Ait on tuesday. Lunatics estate consideration of this Bill in committee was made an order of the Dav for thursday 7 next. Militia Bill. A. The further consideration of this Bill in com ? Init tee was made an order of the Day for tues a Dan exec. Stipendiary magistrate Annaston the colonial Secretary Laid on the if table the memorial relating to the stipendiary. Magistrate Annaston referred to Tho previous Dav by the Hon. Member for East Adelaide. Or his motion the memorial was received and or ? dered to be printed. A Annil fill mourned to 1 o clock tins Dav. Notices of motion and the Day. Friday october 27. Notices of motion 1 Tefr ? _ an address be peso Iraq w Tus j = requesting him to toe on the estimates a sum of �1,000, or some i other a to fount room slip or Milan and for the musing a f1 Way Aero the swamp at that Plaa also to take the necessary Steps to have a main line of Road declared and rare cd to that township. 2. Or. Baked Lomove that the petition of h. W. Phillips be taken into consideration with a View to present an address to his excellency requesting him to take or. Phillips s Case into his favourable consideration and place Suena Snyr on the estimates As May in his excellency s opinion meet the Justice of or. Phillips s Case ? 3. Or. Fisher that he will submit to the consideration of this Hosac and move the adoption of the following petition to her majesty in relation to the future appointment of governors of this Colony ?. To the Queen s excellent majesty ? the Humble petition of the legislative Council of the province of South Australia. Show eth. That your petitioners have Learnt with Surprise and alarm that a recommendation has recently been submitted to your majesty by your majesty a principal Secretary of state for the colonies for the appointment to the High office of governor of this Colony of one to whom it has been admitted circumstances attached which disqualified him for such office and the discovery of which induced your majesty s said Secretary of state to request that the appointment which your majesty had Iii consequence of such recommendation been graciously pleased to Confer upon the party alluded to should be Siat your petitioners do not deem it necessary to advert More particularly to the circumstances referred to but they cannot avoid humbly expressing to your majesty their Strong feeling of regret Liat your majesty s Loyal subjects in this Colony should have been exposed to the Chance of having a governor appointed to Rule Over them whose fitness for so High and important a position should have been attempted to be sustained on no higher grounds than those disclosed. That your petitioners distinctly disclaim any intention to infringe upon or interfere with the free exercise of your majesty s undoubted prerogative. They believe that it is your 3iajesty 6 anxious desire that your majesty s colonial possessions should be governed by honourable and discreet persons and your petitioners will so far As their Powers extend readily concur in providing an adequate remuneration for the officer selected by your majesty to administer the government of this Colony. L our petitioners therefore humbly Pray that your majesty will be graciously pleased to take the matter of this their petition into your majesty s consideration and to direct that in the future selection of a governor for this Colony care May is taken that his qualifications be such As to deserve the respect and Confidence of the colonists and his character and position those which will Best befit the honoured representative of your gracious majesty in this province and your petitioners As in duty bound will Ever Pray Sec 4, or in pc trip of the fore going petition that the speaker be authorized to sign the same on behalf of this House and to Forward the same to his excellency the lieutenant governor with a request that his excellency will transmit the same forthwith to her majesty s principal Secretary of state for the colonies for presentation to her majesty and with a further re quest that his excellency will cause the reply thereto when received to be Laid upon the table of this House 5. Or. Baker to move that an address be presented to his excellency the lieutenant governor requesting him to cause Traffie re turns to be taken on the great Eastern Road in the months of february March september and october 1855, at Crafer s hotel and at Section no. 231, adjoining the Park lands ? 6. Or. Baker to move that an address be presented to his excellency the lieutenant governor requesting him to cause a Road leading from the great Eastern Road near Little Hamp ton through Blakiston Nairne and Kan Mantoo across the Bremer ranges to the Murray in the neighbourhood of Thomson s station to be declared a main line of Road 7. Or. Kingston to mover that in Tho opinion of this Council Tho members possess the same privilege Sas to Freedom of debate on All political or other matters connected with the interests of the Public As the members of the House of commons. That it is desirable that full and accurate reports of the debates and proceedings of Council should be communicated to the Public through the press of the Colony and therefore the Council now declare that their proceedings May be reported to the Public without breach of privilege on the sole condition of the reports being fair and in garbled. Persons feeling Triem solves aggrieved by the remarks of any members in Council would not in the opinion of this Council be committing a breach of privilege by fair Anima versions thereon in the Public journals or dub of tub Dat 1. Or. Reynolds to move that a address be presented to his excellency the lieutenant governor requesting that he will be pleased to cause the provisions of ordinance no. 7, 1850 which regulates Tho office of Coroner to be carried out for the City of Adelaide and its suburbs in common with other parts of the Colony and thus save the heavy expenses found to be entailed by the existing appointment of a Coroner on scheduled no. 1, the same being contrary to the provisions of the said monday october 30. Memo toe select comi Wittke 1. Law Library at the court House at 12 o clock. Tuesday october 31. Government Busic ass orders of the Dat 1. Customs amendment Bill second Reading. 2. Improved postal communication Bill second Reading. 3. Jury process regulation Bill second Reading. 4. Appropriation Bill third Reading. 5. District councils amendment Bill consideration of in committee. 6. Militia Force Bill consideration of in committee. Wednesday november 1. Nortses of to Rios 1. Or. Y0unghusband to move that an address of this Council be respectfully pc sen Ltd to his excellency the lieutenant governor re questing him to appropriate from the land Revenue of the Colony a sufficient Ura of Money by Way of Bonus to induce the proprietors of steam vessels to run a Steamer every fortnight Between port Adelaide and port Lincoln for the a Aee of twelve months 2. Or. Fisher to move for leave to bring in a Bill to alter and repeal cer Tain Laws relating to the corporation of the City of Adelaide and make further and other provisions in lieu thereof and to Confer other Powers on the said corporation a i on the Council for the time being of the said City 3. Or. Fis Iier to move for leave to bring in a Bill for the sewerage drainage a id cleansing of the City of Adelaide and for the supplying of water thereto and to the suburbs thereof and otherwise to promote the health of the inhabitants of the said City i. Or. Kingston to move 1 Liat the papers Laid on the table on the 10th october on the motion of or. Angas be printed order of tub Dat 1. Joint Stock companies winding up Bill to Laird Reading. Thursday Ito Cember 2. business Obder of the Dat 2. Adelaide and Gawler town railway Bill second Reading. 2. Lunatics estate Bill consideration of i com Mittee. Select committee. To consider the Best Means of providing for the reception of the books intended for a Law Library of reference the advocate general or. Gwynne or. Fisher or. Fenn or. Bagot. Appointed 25th october 1851. To report on Friday 8th november. Central Road Board. Thursday. October 23. Present Captain Freelomg us airman air. Uses air. Babbage Jar. Bonney and or. Daveni Wrt. District chairmen or. Sanders of a Zhunga or. May of mount uni tar at anaemia at x. C of Anions inn. Or. Sri in of Kond Oparina and or. Fisher of Tujunga. Or. Rankine ., attended for the Strathalbyn District Council. Chunga. Or. Sanders called attention to the state of the Road near the cattle company s Bridge. He had before mentioned that a Bullock had been killed there. And similar Accident had occurred since. He understood that the Surveyor or. Boothby had been inst cited to attend to it with respect to the new main line he saw Only four men working there the previous Day. A report from the Surveyor or. Boothby was read stating that lie had employed men to repair the Road near the cattle company s Bridge. The chairman referred or. Sanders to the explanation of the principle the Board acted on Given at the last meeting. It was thought the forming and Clearing could be Best included in the same contracts. The chief inspector said the contractors ont Nerosa near Crafer s invariably let the Clearing part to splitters and persons connected with such work. Or. Bonny thought still that the cheapest course was to include both branches of the work in the one contract. He was anxious to have at least a track for one Dray on that Road available before Harvest. He thought 20 feet wide enough at first. The Chai beak repeated his former caution that the Board preserve a margin As they were not certain How much would be do dusted from their funds for the Northern Bridges. It was determined to invite fresh tenders for forming and Clearing or either at Tho Width of 20 feet i Sibitt cedi and the sex bal Board. Or. Sanders informed the Board that at the meeting of tha chairmen of associated District boards the pre Vious Day a memorial was agreed to praying his Excel Lency to place on the estimates a sum of �100,000 for the Central Board. Tho chairman expressed satisfaction at that proof of Confidence in the Board by the representatives of the country districts. Boad from mount babe Eit to . Or. May said there was no specification prepared for the fencing on the Road from mount Barker to Welling ton. Tho Road was pegged put and the landowners would not object to the erection of the fencing. The Board could not proceed without the consent of the parties through whose land the Road is to run in writing. And or. May was requested to procure a letter of consent signed by the parties. The inspector Gene Kai. Said a person had ploughed up his land and removed the pegs indicating the Road. Or. Mat said that person had replaced the pegs and undertook to obtain the letter of consent required by the Board. Powers of tub Oabed. The chairman said in reply to or. Angas that a Short could be introduced empowering the Board to declare new main roads. Or. Babbage thought the Board should be asked to furnish a special report on that subject. The Hoard had abstained from taking the initiative on such subjects for the simple reason that there were already More main roads than they had funds to make or keep in repair. That of you redid not assume that there were not More main lines Oparina District. Or. Surveyor Manton a report was read stating that the work a Dashwood s Gully undertaken by thedis Triet Board of Kond Oparina was satisfactorily per formed. ?. Air. Shows in reply to Jet. Icon not Saia the wore of cutting the sideling a Clearing and. Forming was per formed at the rate of �5 10s. Per Yard. The Chat Rivas said the Board thank or. Scown for the manner in which the District Council had assisted the Board in superintending the work in question. Or. Scown hoped he would soon have to thank the Board for surveyors. Tho work done would be useless unless the Lino was continued. The District operations were he said at a stand still until the main line was de fined. They had collected a rate but could not spend the Money until they knew where the main Road would run. .?._ ? the chairman intimated that the chief inspector would be Happy to communicate with or. Sanders a gentleman recommended by 3ir. Scown and if satisfied with his capacity he would be engaged to Survey the i line. Jorth Bast brn Road. Or. Fisher reminded the Board that several weeks i had elapsed since a Surveyor was promised to Holunga. I he left Home he said in a very bad temper but he con 1 up up a that in won Imam Vii he. Re info. Fonts other indications of activity on the North Eastern Road in Para Wirra. There were some places Between or. Randall s and Bloomberg which were impassable. If the Board could not do something there the Tal Nara Board be was at the same time anti Oil to have the Assurance that their Money or that of the Central Board should not be thrown away upon a line that might afterwards be abandoned. He would willingly devote a Day or two with a Surveyor if the Board would detach one to Point out the places that urgently required repair. The Board was willing to vote a Small Sura say �100,towards the repairs if Tho District Board would under take to superintend the work and or. Hardy would be sent out As soon As possible to inspect the places referred to by or. Fisher. With regard to the deviation by the Black Hill the Shabjian said he thought the original Road through Bead s paddock was the Best ?. Or. A Babok did not agree with the chairman he he not think the matter had been sufficiently examined. T was not enough to take the line supposed to be Best jut trial sections should be taken to ascertain if the inches could not by a slight circuit be avoided that Jere incurred by descending to Houghton and ascending i . Bonnet said he had examined the plaii3, and he a no advantage from further delay. A better gradient night be found but it would be Only by a great increase of distance 1 in 13 was not in his opinion such an of Section Abl gradient. On the Glen Osmond Road there Rasa gradient of in 7. .?-.? or. Babbage thought that what was now considered Oler Ablo As a gradient would hereafter be remedied at a great expense and it Woald be better to avoid that necessity now fit enl be done by a Little farther elimination. They had also to consider whether they would continue the Road Over Oligher Onibe Hill or not. The chairman said All agreed that it was desirable to avoid the Blank Hill go that the Point undetermined was reduced to the question whether they should retain the a Radium of 1 i 13 or avoid it by a Detour. It was resolved to leave it to the officers of the Board to avoid if possible the Houghton Holl a. Or. Bait age said he was of opinion that had Anstey s Hill been properly examined by a former Board the take of opening a Branch by the Tea tree Gully would not i ave been committed. It was now found that they had two branches one of which would have to be abandoned. . Or. Rankine called attention to the main line of Road leading to Strathalbyn at the request of the chairman ? or. Bas3ett, who could not attend in town. It was with reference to the completion of the Survey of the mainline that he troubled the Board As the District operations Ivere a pendent on that. It was important also he said to whether the boar adoptee the principle of selecting tha be3t line or the cheapest. The line left Abr the Public was almost impracticable while the old line Ivas very Good but it would now have to a bought at a great expense. Or. Babbage said it would be an immense advantage to the country if there was a staff of Pioneer surveyors attach cd to the land office whose business it would be to Lay out roads in the first instance with reference to Tho general features of the country and not of each Section is was now done by the fury Yors no doubt to the Best of their judgment Buttic limited object they had in Riew was detriment Aho the Public interest. Or. Bonnet thought the District Rorls should also be Laid out by the Rune officers. The chairman said those remarks could Only apply to. The unsettled districts and it was. The settlement of popu lation that determined the importance of particular routes and the greatest foresight might be set at nought by tha discovery of a mine or some such circumstance. Or. Davin Post said there were certain fixed Points such As harbours to which main lines might with great certainty a Laid Down. Or. Giles said the Midi if arose from their not having a sufficient surveying staff years ago. Or. Rankine concurred. It vould Cost an immense 3um now to remedy the neglect of former years the Law s Delat. Or. Babbage thought there should be some expression of opinion from the Board As to the delay caused by the Crown Law officers. He proposed that a letter should be addressed to the colonial Secretary calling attention to the fact that forms had been three times returned by Tho Crown solicitor although framed in the first instance in strict compliance with that officer s instructions. Or. Bonnet thought they should have the whole matter before the Board. The forms might have been returned to Correct errors for which they were account Able. The return suggested was ordered to be prepared for the information of the Board. Wellington Fekry. The salary of the ferryman was increased by �50 per annul. Or. Davenport called attention to the propriety of devoting some part of Tho funds to enable the ferryman to prevent the encroachments of Sand on the River and also to the advisability of procuring anew punt. He also enquired what had become of the new Wellington ferry . The secret aet said it was in the hands of the government. The Chai Max directed the Secretary to write to the colonial Secretary calling his attention to the Wellington ferry and to urge its introduction with the amended Road . Jew offices of the boxed. A conversation ensued Asto the propriety of up releasing a fire proof Sale Price �70 from the messes. Chubb. Or. Giles said he had built a fire proof chamber at far less expense. Or. Babbage said the railway Board had the same subject under consideration. Referred to the chief inspector for his report. The tenders of messes. Baker Brothers were accepted for the roofing and Joiner work of the new offices. The tender of Hall Anut Togers for plastering was accepted. Boad to Cape a Kvis. The following memorial was read by the Secretary the Meji Orianof the undersigned Farmers &e., residing at Addinga a Sponga Yan Kalilla and Cape Jervis show eth that your Memoria lists have been led to believe from time to time that a main line of Road would be declared to Yan Kalilla Over Sillick s or some other Hill in its immediate neighbourhood and that it should be surveyed As such As soon As the Board could spare a Surveyor for that duty. That a considerable saving As to Dis Tance would be effected in travelling to and from Ponga Over the Addinga Plains towards by a comparatively Trilling sum of Money judiciously Laid out on Sillick s Hill. That the natural roads Between the Horseshoe and the Hills with a few exceptions Are pretty Good and would require no great amount to keep them in repair. That there is already a considerable Pratlie Over the line and Only requires a trifling present outlay to make it considerably More so. Your Memoria lists would there fore respectfully urge the Board to Tako such Steps As May be deemed necessary towards opening this main line of Road signed by John Xor Man and others. Or. Bonnet said the memorial asked for a irregularity like that on the North Eastern Road. They wanted two branches one at Illunga and one at Sillick s Hill. There could not be two branches to a main Road. Or. Babbage agreed. Or. Giles dissented and referred to the number of banners that would be benefited by following up the re commendation of the memorial. Or. Bonnet remarked that it was a District Road the Memoria lists required. It was recommended there also to make 14 Miles of Road to save two Miles in distance. It was admitted that until the Board had the report of a Surveyor it was not in a position to discuss the subject and the Secretary was directed to write to or. Norman informing him that a Surveyor would be sent to Liat District next week. The go Tennill Roa. The committee of works recommended that govern ment should be memorialized to place on the estimates a special Grant for opening up a new main line Between the foot of the Greenhill and bal Hannah inasmuch As the Board possesses neither the Means nor the Power so to do under the ordinance 17 of 1852. The Board approved the recommendation. Main line to Moore Dee. It was resolved by adopting the report of the works committee to employ or. Searcy temporarily fur the Survey of this line. Sturt Bridge. The tender of Morris for earthwork was recommended for acceptance. Special report Dat Labock. The following report from the ius Peutor in chief was read received and adopted by the Board gentlemen in consequence of a letter signed Junius in dated october 17th, having appeared in the South Auila Litin Ite mater in which the writer a fleets to give a statement of some work which has been done by the labourers of the Board at the company s Bridge Aud attempts to establish a parallel Between what that work has Cost and what would have been the expense if the work was done by contract i now beg to Lay before you the actual facts which Are As follow amount paid labourers and overseer the labourers finding their own tools and the Board providing two Barrows ? �2s 10 s say 10 per cent Tor Wear and tear on the Cost of tie two Barrows original Price �2 each 0 10 �2s 111 for this sum 335 cubic Yards were filled in behind the abutment besides some sloping and dressing of Earth on the upstream face outside included in the above named rejecting any allowance for this sloping and dressing the Cost per cubic Yard is is. 7jd. If a con tractor had been employed even at 2s. Per cubic Yard a very novel figure i assure you in the records of tender the Cost of tills work would have been �33 10s. To say nothing of the outside work alluded to for which i take no credit in the sum of �23 is. -id., but which in a contractor s hands would have been and very fairly an extra item consequently instead of this work having Cost so per cent More than if set by contract it was done for 14.32 per cent Les even if we have the contractor s calculation upon the very problematical offer of 2s. Per cubic Yard. I reluctantly take up the tiny of th2 Board with these details but As the statement published by the Anonymous writer went to establish a charge of wasteful and injudicious expenditure and to draw unfavourable inferences i deemed it Only an of Justice to the Board and to their executive to put before them the real facts of the Case. I beg to remain a George Hamilton chief inspector. October 21, 1854. Association of chairmen of District councils. . Orr nth 23. Present a. H. Davis Esq. Jhai Ramanand messes. Sanders Babbage dul held Angas Hewitt Randall and Young. Annl cation was directed to be made to the colonial Secretary to request that immediate notice a night of riven As to the Timber licences. After considerable discussion it was resolved that it s desirable that in the new District councils Power should be Given to the governor to add to the limits of exist in a districts portions of land adjoining not theretofore included in any other District upon the application of ratepayers As directed in Section 55 of the present . That it is also desirable that District councils should have the option of dividing their districts into wards each Ward to elect one member the division being in All cases subject to the governor s approval. The elec Tion for councillors Totake place the first week in March in lieu of the first Day of Liat month. It was remarked that if allowed Tho word Ward would have to be inserted in the first clause of the Bill. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted that this meeting is of opinion that special or stipendiary magistrates As having to decide questions in their local courts Between the ratepayers and the councils of which they May be members and also licensed Victualler. And Pound keepers should not be Eli Ible to he elected members of any District Council � that each District Council should have the Power with the consent of the governor for the time being to make and Levy a rate of 6d. In the Pound upon the a. A Mara com Hiltl Law Rynn rpt to lion flip unsent of the ratepayers to be first obtained the chairman of the Chunga District Council Laid before the meeting a memorial which it was proposed to Lay before the governor to request him to place at the i disposal of the Central Road Board �100,000, further to make and repair uie main lines of Road and moved that the memorial be adopted signed and forwarded to his excellency an amendment was proposed Liat the memorial be not adopted until the Central Board shall have made a proper distribution of the funds at their disposal to the out districts but not being seconded the memorial was adopted and the chairman major o Hal Loran and or. Babbage were requested to present the. was also decided that application be made to the governor to be pleased to direct the Law officers of the Crown to prepare for the uses of the District a ounces proper forms in Given notices for the formation of new lines or Road exchanges and disposal of old roads and any other forms which the May require Lor the purpose of completing the same in addition to the form of order already furnished to the councils. It was determined that the contribution by each. Council should be seven guineas per annul to pay the solicitor Secretary and other trifling expenses. Adjourned to wednesday 2uth a november next. Leave of absence. We Puiul stand c. B. Newe Hanri Esq., sheriff of the province is obtained leave of Abs Euca and intends with his family to proceed to Europe by an Early opportune y. Tar we Are requested to Call attention to or. Great s fortnightly Sak of landed and household properties in his new land Mart adjoining the Exchange this Day at 12 o clock ? the government Gazette. From the Gaz rate of thursday evening october 26. Appointments. Peter Ferguson Esq., of the Crystal Root to to a Justice of the peace. _ William Boykett Esq., to be a notary Public. I Lethro of immigration and emigration. Return of passengers inwards and outwards at port Adelaide during the undermentioned periods week ended saturday october 11, 1851. In wards. Male adults 159 female adults 116 male children 50 female children 63 total 383. Ouija has. Male adults 36 female adults 11 total 46. Week ended saturday october 21, 1851. . Male adults 128 female adults 53 male children 21 female Cli Ildren 19 total 214. Or Waitus. Male adults 40 female adults 15 male children 9 female children 4 total 69. Impounding notices. Impounded at the Public Pound Section 5022, near Wax Side our Brindle and White Bullock branded like Giitl. Conjoined off Rump and like w near shoulder. If not claimed will be sold november a 1, 1854, at noon. Samuel Partridge pounds Cepcar. Impounded at the Public Pound Kond Oparina one red Bull we near thigh is off ribs like writing e j near ribs one red Bullock near Horn off like blotched w near ribs like Yew off ribs1 off shoulder one red Bullock Down horns d off ribs one red and White steer go Over go ucar ribs go near Rump one yellow steer White Tail and legs no Brand visible one yellow steer t Over ii off Rump one red sided steer a Mac Back belly and Tail a near Rump one red Stoer White ? Faeo h with h3 under near Rump like 0 near shoulder one White steer Liko writing linear Rump one Nobby Bullock like with or like How near ribs one red steer Job near ribs one White Bull red eyes ear notched no Brand visible one yellow Heifer near car notched no Brand visible calf at Side one White steer like j k conjoined ? near Rump one spotted steer like writing e or l off shoulder one yellow steer White Tail belly and Brand visible one red Bull White on Rump and belly no Brand visible one red and White Bull ear marked no Brand visible one bridle Bunsek Nuu Oil cacti ecu aim ices us near Rump Uduc spotted Bullock 4 off ribs like a on near pin indistinct Brand off thigh one dark red steer s near ribs j in near Rump one red steer it off ribs one Brindle cow w off Rump calf at Side our Black cow like i in Circle near Rump one Black cow White udder s near Rump one Brindle Snail steer no Brand visible one Strawberry steer coupling Chain on neck like of conjoined near ribs one Black steer White Tail i near Rump one spotted steer like 0 near Rump like o under near pin one Brindle steer White face and belly like c or g near shoulder Blotch under one Rcd and or Lite Heifer no Brand visible one red cow off Hind leg White f with Over near ribs Blotch Brand nears lion Jer one red yearling Bull no Brand visible one Black Bullock cock horns White on legs belly and Rump like writing or conjoined near shoulder Blotch near thigh like n off Rump Lump on off ear one red Heifer cock horns White on belly and Tail no Brand visible one Brindle Heifer Brand visible. If not claimed will be sold november 20, 1851, at noon. The red cow As advertised in the Gazette of the 5th october with White on Baek belly and Tail like to off Rump like 2 off hip like h near Rump now appears like he conjoined near Rump a off shoulder calf at Side. If not claimed will be sold october 30, 185, at noon. Charles Toms White Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Salisbury one Black Bullock wide cock horns like off Rump like f off thigh Blotch Brand off rib3, e near ribs one Brindle cow White Back belly and Tail hoop horns like of Oft ribs Large red Heifer calf unbranded by her Side. If not claimed will be sold november 20, 1854, at noon. James messenger Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Annaston one i Hesnut horse Star in forehead two Hind legs White Saddle and Collar marked 9 near shoulder one Bay Nare Black Points mane and Tail s with under near thou Der like ill off shoulder Oue Roan horse Colt Slack mane and Tail Star in forehead like c with half ride Over near shoulder one Hesnut Mare Star in fore head j r with c and half Circle under near shoulder Brown Colt by Side no Brand visible one red cow Norton near ribs Jyh near Rump like old conjoined off shoulder off car marked one yellow and White cow Norton near ribs Jyh near Rump la Covi joined off shoulder one red Bullock White under belly Star in forehead so off ribs off ear marked one Brindle steer it off Rump if not claimed will a sold november 20, 1854, at noon n. Player Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Glen Osmond one red cow cock horns Strawberry take off ear Slit White Back and belly s within Diamond off Rump one red cow stump Tail Fig near Rump l near shoulder with red Bull calf at Side we off ribs. The red Heifer with White face w near shoulder advertised in the a time of 13th october now appears like jew conjoined sear shoulder. If not claimed will be old november 20 1854 at noon. George c. Holton Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Tea tree Gully one Blac Mare White Streak Down face switch Tail four White feet no Brand visible one Brown yearling Heifer 15 on near Rump. If not claimed will be sold november 23, 1854, at noon. Wjt. Ii Aines Jun Pound keeper. Gawler town District of in Nola Wirra one Brown Aud White Bullock off Horn broke Blotch Brand near ribs if under Knear ramp Blotch Brand off ribs and Rump. If not claimed will lie sold november 20, 1854. At noon. The Brown spotted Heifer the red poly Heifer and the Dun and White steer advertised last week As branded like an Arrow should have Boenhke an Anchor. William Mallyon Pound keeper. Impounded at the Public Pound Section 7557, Gawler Kiver. One White Snail Crar f with Circle near Side Ono yellow cow White Back belly and tall it off Rump one White steer like c within a Square near Rump one red steer White belly i with o under near Side. If not claimed will be sold november 20, 1854, at noon. . Pounds tar. Impounded at the Public Pound towns Lup of Truro near the wheal Barton mine one Black horse Star in forehead bang Tail White in near fore foot like w with Diamond near shoulder ii with co Over off shoulder one Bay Mare e with Over near shoulder one Bay year Ling filly Star in forehead White on off Hind leg e with Over near shoulder. If not claimed will be sold no vember 20, 1854, at noon. Alexander Mcleod Pound keeper. Be of Cowx lands. The following portions of Crown lands will be offered for Sale by Public auction at the local court House Adelaide on thursday the 23rd Day of november 1851, at 11 o clock. Deposit 10 per cent. County of Adelaide about three Miles South of the Gawler Kiver Hundred of port Adelaide. Co twiet sections upset Price �1 per acre. Lot. Sect. Area. Remarks. 10g15 176 445 Light Brown soil wooded 10616 95 236 ditto 10617 87 70 i to 10813 83 80 ditto 10619 8680 ditto 10620 85 80 ditto 10621 89 80 ditto 10g22 84 so ditto 1082 3 s3 80 ditto 10034 78 322 thickly wooded Light sub 10c25 90 80 ditto 10626 91 80 ditto 10627 92 80 ditto 10623 03 80 ditto 10629 94 80 lightly timbered Light Brown soil 10630 so. 80 ditto 10631 81 119 to Wood Light Brown soil 10632 82 92 ditto 10633 67 ditto 10631 139 97 ditto 10835 7 80 ditto county of Sturt about fourteen Miles North of Welling ton Hundred of the Murray. 10636 81. 177 Sandy scrub with Pine 10637 82 377 ditto 10033. A3 300 ditto 1003 St 142 Sandy soil with Pines 100-40 85 140 ditto. County of Russell about fourteen Miles North of Wel Lington. Hundred of the Murray. 10611 126 93 partly pasture and Pines Sandy 10642123 161 Pines and scrub Sandy 10m3 129 239 Sand and Limestone scrub 10011 130 75 pasture Welt timbered Sandy 10615 131 66 ditto ?106-10 132 331 Pines and scrub Sandy 10017 ? 133 239 scrub and Sand 10g18 135 95 Sandy pasture Pines 10019 13s 70 pasture Well timbered Sand and Limestone 10050 137 90 ditto 10651 133 135 ditto 10652 139 167 ditto 10353 140 211 scrub Sand and Limestone 1054 141 233 ditto 10055 142 237 ditto. Lots 10,572 to 10.5s9, inclusive sections 405, 408, -409, 410, 417, 423, 428, 429, 430, 438, 439, 417, 4io, 453, 458, -459, 4g0 and 161, in the Hundred of South Liine erroneously gazetted for Sale both on the 9th and the 16th november next will be offered for Sale on the 16th to vim bar. And not on the 9th. Customs returns. Be turn of ships inwards Aud of immigration at port Adelaide during the Quarter ended september 25th, 1854. Great Urit Aln 2i ships 14 212 tons. Passengers male adults s91 female adults 1,014 male Cli Ildren 283 female children 369. British colonies 65 ships 14,651 tons. Passengers male adults 1,091 female adults 201 male children 82 female children 71. Foreign states 3 ships 2,103 tons. Passengers male adults 198 female adults 89 male children 22 female children 22. Total 101 ships 30,971 tons. Passengers male adults 2.180 female adults 1,34 male children 387 female children 462. Return of ships outwards and of emigration from port Adelaide during the Quarter ended september 25th, 1854, great Britain 1 ship 729 tons. Passengers male adults 7 female adults 2, British colonies 63 Liipa 22,809 tons. Passengers male adults 315 female adults 263 male children 95 female children 86. Foreign states 23 slips 10,s57. Passengers male adults i female adults 2. Total 107 ships 31,475 tons. Passengers male adults 82 female adults 267 male children 95 female Cli Ildren 86. Abstract return of imports and exports in the pro Olnee of South Australia exclusive of Bullion and Coin for the third Quarter of 1851. Imports. Total imports ? �535,726 15 10 imports re exported. ? 17,639 0 0 imports consumed in the Colony .,�518,037 15 10 expo is. Total exports ? �119,512 0 0 imports re exported 17,689 0 0 exports the produce of the Colony. �-101,823 0 0 Staple produce of South Australia exported during the Quarter ended 25th september 1854. Articles and Quantity. Value. Bricks 2 5,000? �125 0 0 butter ? ? 352 0 0 Bones 6 tons ? 21 0 0 Copper 3,607 cwt ? ? 14,880 0 0 Copper Ore 361 tons 10 cwt. 0,450 0 0 Corn wheat Iso hrs ? 2,189 0 0 Barley 128 hrs. ? 410 0 0 Oats 625 hrs ? 2,350 0 0 flour 1.223j tons ? 34,918 0 0 bran 714 tons ? 12,091 0 0 drays 1 ? 12 0 0 eggs ? 80 0 0 fruit ? 30 0 0 Hay 893 tons ? ? 13102 0 0 hoofs and honi3 ? ? 120 0 0 Ore 22 tons ? 135 0 0 leather ? ? ? 100 0 0 onions ? 15 0 0 Salt 9 tons ? 135 0 0 specimens ? 20 0 0 wine 300 Gallons ? 120 0 0 Wool 757 bales217,192 lbs ? 12,942 0 0 �.101,823 0 0 Export returns. Return of All wheat hour bread and Grain the pro Duce of South Australia exported during the under mentioned periods week ended saturday october 14, 1854. Flour 21 tons Grain Barley 3 hrs. Bran and Pollard 11 tons. Week ended saturday october 21, 1854. Flour 321 tons gain bran and Pollard 10 tons. Insolvency notices. of insolvency. Thomas Young Cotter of Tavistock buildings Rundle Street Adelaide surgeon 25tu october. 1uwusoxed a Brioc. John Winstanley of Rundle Street Adelaide watch maker on Friday 3rd november at 2. Adjourn cd final heaving. Henry Maurice Orme French Blake late of encounter inv licensed Victualler on thursday 9th november at 2. Audit. Euvi Dale Savage Norman Campbell of Pennington Terrace North Adelaide Esquire on monday 20th november at 2. Dividend. James sicker Clark of Noa Lunga Miller and of King William Street Adelaide merchant 3s. 3d. In the Pound. Yesterday s government land Sale. The proclamation comprised two special country lots at enhanced upset prices in respect of certain improve menus made by Tho occupiers previous to the country is dec larva a Hundred. The ouly sections in sold were Section 289, Hundred of Noar Tuuga and a a tons 613, and 6 14, in the Hundred of Moo Nooroo. The following is an analysis of the Sale acres. . ? average per acre town sections 1$ �64 la 0 �i3 0 0 suburban. 240 457 0 0 1 18 1 special. 415 1621 0 0 3 12 10 country. 297u 3s3 10 0 15 9 3632i�5977 00 the particulars arc subjoined. Town so Tiby. County of Hindmarsh township of Milan Tod s Hill trigonometric Al station on Lake Alesadrina. Area ? Sec. Roods. Purchasers. ? amounts. 10 2 e. May. ? �12 10 0 17 2 ditto ?32 0 0 39 2 p. D. Prankerd ? it 0 0 scud ban sections upset Price �1 per comity of Adelaide suburban to port Adelaide Hun dred of port Adelaide. Acres. 749 10 ii. Gilbert ? 23 0 0 750 10 ditto. 32 5 0 755 ? 10 j. L. Mocatta ? 22 0 0 750 10 Louis Joseph ? 21 0 0 757 10 ditto. ? 20 15 0 753 10 Joseph Mellor ? 20 15 0 705 10 j. L. Mocatta ? 20 5 0 708 10 Joseph Mellor ?20 5 0 767 10 j. L. Mocatta. 20 15 0 763 10 Joseph Mellor ? 19 5 0 774 10 j. ? 17 0 0 77 10 e. Deacon ? ? 18 5 0 776 10 Thomas Dowland ?-18 10 0 777 10 Jouis Joseph ? 19 0 0 784 10 Joseph Mellor ? 17 5 0 785 10 j. L. Mocatta ? ?. 17 0 0 7s3 10 ditto ? 15 15 0 787 10 Joseph Mellor. 15 15 0 792 10 e. Deacon. 17 15 0 793 10 Thomas Dowland. 15 10 0 791 10 t. Barnard. 15 10 0 795 10 j. L. Mocatta ? 14 15 0 799 10 ditto ? 14 10 0 800 10 Louis Joseph. 15 5 0 special co Vittit lots. County of Light on Macaw Creek Hun dred of Gilbert. Upset Price �129. 601 95 James Glanville. 431 0 0 county of Gawler on Maya Creek West of Burra Road. Upset Price �370. 200 350 ? 1220 0 0 country sections. County of Adelaide adjoining mount lofty trigonometric Al station Hundred of Adelaide. 1100 583 Arthur Hardy ? 503 5 0 1161 125 ditto ? 142 0 0 1162 67 ditto. ? 250 0 0 county of Adelaide near mount lofty Hundred of Onka paring. 841 185 Arthur Hardy. 300 0 0 county of Adelaide Scott s Creek Hun dred of Noa Lunga. 282 99 . Brown. 109 0 0 283 582 ? 5s3 0 0 281 122 George White. 125 0 0 235 240 George Mackereth ? 210 5 0 286 200 George Mildwater ? 260 5 0 237 85 j. Barrans ? 200 0 0 233 94 Joseph Roberts ? 97 0 0 county of Light about two Miles South West of Truro Hundred of Moo Nooroo. 603 81 Flett and Linklater. 121 0 0 609 80 mrs. Johnson. 113 0 0 610 81 t. G. Mitchell. 81 5 0 611 81 ? 81 5 0 612 09 Joseph Roberts. 69 5 0 county of Light on the River Light Hundred of Belvidere. 1456 02 m. Mccarthy ? 140 0 0 county of Sturt one mile North of the mount Barker special Survey on the River Bremer Hundred of Kan Mantoo. 1s15 117 h. Davenport. 118 0 0 county of Sturt about two Miles North West of Kan Mantoo township Hundred of Kan Mantoo. 5341 83 j. Hillman ? 241 0 0 3662j acres. Total �5,977 0 ,0 City nuisances. To tiie editor of the Register. Sir i notice in your report of the proceed Ings of the municipal Council of Aion Uay lust that in reply to a remark from or. Hay refer ring to the nuisance in Runde Street arising irom rom Rose s brewery Inui Auer Man water Man declared that he Felt no inconvenience from the said nuisance and at a later period when the Council was discussing the propriety of spending �25 on the repair of a cottage for Tho residence of the slaughterhouse inspector or. Waterman getting warm at some remarks made in reference to �95 having been spent on the said cottage a few months ago after de Claring that the manner in which the work had been done was a disgrace to the City Surveyor thought proper to say that the Laundle Street. Nuisance was a fool to it now without Stop Ping to examine the propriety of using Sish language respecting the conduct of a responsible officer of the Council referring to work done nearly a year ago and which at the time caused no complaint i would Liko to ask or. Waterman what analogy he can find Between the dilapidated Walls of a cottage and a pestilential matter being sent Down the Drain of a thick y populated Street is it because some of the members of the Council thought that the inspector by not having inhabited the cottage according to Promise had cockeyed them that we Are to put up with an outrageous nuisance endangering our very existence and again does or. Waterman suppose because he is possessed of such Dull olfactory sense that everybody else is equally blessed has or. Waterman forgotten that a few weeks ago a memorial was presented to the Council signed by nearly All the inhabitants in the Neighbour Hood declaring the dram a nuisance and pre judicial to health and if or. Waterman is Dull of smelling he can surely see does he not know that three infants were carried away within a month or two from five adjoining houses opposite to his own and surely he cannot be ignorant that the neighbourhood is Rife with the incipient seeds of cholera the dysentery and Bowel complaint. Does he not know that people to escape the effluvia walk on the other Side of the Way and that persons in carriages will drive up to a shop give their orders and then move to the opposite Side of the Street and wait till the order is completed ? if he does not know these things he is certainly More ignorant than his Neighbours list what Ever or. Waterman May think the Public know Liis to a a crying a abominable nuisance and i in behalf and consent of Neighbours As Well As myself Call on the Council to remedy it. They have the Power to remove the Drain which runs across the Footpath. There was no nuisance in the Street before that Drain was allowed and allow to Tell them that their officers enforcing fines for Small offences and winking at Large offences is not Likely to make the Council so respected As it is the wish of the citizens they should be. Apologising for the length of this letter which nothing but the urgency of. The Case induces to write i a William Mullett. Bundle Street oct. 26, 1854. A hairy Home. In a Happy Home there Grill be no fault finding Over bearing spirit Here will be no peevish Ness no fact fullness. Unkindness will not dwell in the heart or be found on the Tongue of the tears the sighs inc wasting of life and health and strength did time of All that is to be desired in i Happy Home occasioned merely Byi unkind swords t he celebrated or. Wesley remarks to this effect namely that fretting and scold ing seem Liko tearing the flesh from the Bones and the we have no More right to be guilty if this sin Luau we have to curse and swear Ann Sinai. Jui a Ponc City Nappy name an selfishness will to removed. Kven As Christ pleased not himself so the members of a Happy Homo will not souk first to please themselves but will seek to please each other. Cheerfulness is another ingredient in a Happy Home. How much docs a Sweet smile Emana Ting fro n a heart fraught with love Aud kind Ness a tribute to Render a Home Happy How attract Tipy. How soothing is that Sweet cheerful less that is born on the county sauce of a wife and Mother How do the Parent and child the brother and sister the mistress and the servant dwell with Delight on those cheerful looks those confiding smiles that beam from the Eye and burst from the inmost soul of those who Are near and dear How it hastens the return of Tho father Lightens the cares of the Mot her renders it More easy for you h to rest temptation and drawn by their u of affection How it induces them with Loving hearts to return to the parental roof of that parents would Lay this subject to heart that by untiring Effort they should so far Render Happy that their children and domestics shall not seek for happened in forbidden paths i. Land and houses. P Alston accountant tax land an go Ikbal Coj Russion a but. Lands surveyed and lai1vout for Sale. Government sections selected or sex Imirie and reported upon for intending purchasers. Sections bought for parties desirous to rent them Vith right of Purchase. Emigrants nominated for free passages Roin great Britain. Lands to be let with eight of Purchase port Elliot town allotments nos. 1, 2, 10. Golowa Section 2403, 103 acres. Tung Killo sections 6115, 71 acres. 6116, 71 acres. 70g0, 80 acres. 70g7, so acres. 6432, 12 acres. Salunga sections 6107, 121 acres. 021 1, 99 acres. 660tsares. 6335, 12 1 acres. 6313, 89 acres. Mount Torrens Section 5291, 83 acres. River Gilbert Section 850, Kyj acres. Gilbert Section 205, 80 acre. Landoch Valley Section 1038, is acres. Anunda Creek Section 050, 31 acres. Suburban to l Ort Wakefield Section 2125, 80 acres. Teatro Gully Golden Grove i Section 179,79 acres. Suburban to port Adelaide sections 925, 11 a Eres. 926, in acres. 971, 12 acres. Uii 13 acres. 1117, 13 acres. 1167, 11 acres. 1138, 13 acres. Sections suitable for Dairy purposes on the River Murray Cromer and Lake Alexandrine to be let without right of Purchase. For Sale. Three sections at gum Eracha All fenced a substantial inn and dwelling House Dairy outbuildings a on the property. Tweedale estate 210 acres Page hey Belt Salisbury or subdivided in 80-acre sections to suit purchasers. Terms one third Cash and two thirds May remain at interest if required. Eight sections near Salisbury and Hewitt s Plains fenced with first rate improvements. Crops to be taken at a valuation. Several first rate suburban allotments of five acres each to remain intact and built upon according to a plan of Villa designs. Splendid water. View of the sea Plains and surrounding Hills. Three Miles from the Exchange. Also a first rate stand for a suburban inn on a Road of great Wrallie area four acres. Allotments at port Illunga. Section at mount Gambier. House and Garden near half Way House port Road. Suburban to port Adelaide and North Arm. Several five acre blocks being portions of sections 413, 407, 403, and101. Section 1142, 10 acres. Section 11us, 11 acres. To vex acres to be let. Acre no 20, North Terrace Corner allotment 50 x 100 feet. Acre no. 452, King Avilliah Street adjoining the supreme court House in allotments from 30 to 80 feet. Lands at mount Gambier reported upon from personal inspection. Apply to George Alston accountant land and general commission agent opposite Green s Exchange 278cv i intr William Street. \dela1de and Melbourne to Agency. Us William r general com Jim. Skrien Sei Mission i . J offices. 1 George Green lands surveyed and properties valued. Government land sales. Parties desirous of buying Section s at the above sales at government Price and requiring assist Nee in the whole or part payment thereof Way obtain he same at the of flies of the . Land and landed properties for Sale. For lease. For rental. Rohl a it floor i0uth j City of Adelaide. Vest government sections. Parties requiring government sections can Lave them purchased by the undersigned and lease the up nth a bight of Puri ask. Loans negotiated. George Green land agent. Land auction Mart King William Street. 275qv business premises in the Best 1 Aht of. 1undley-Street. Tiie proprietors of the Jaji Stephna observer Ujj newspapers being about to remove to their new i remiss in Grenfell Street Are desirous of disposing of he lease having nearly 12 years to run of the greater portion of their premises in 1i1ndley Street known As the Register and observer 3ffices. The frontage is Over 30 feet to Lindley Street with a right of Way at the Back from Gilbert Pace. It includes 15 feet 6 inches not built on. There is a shop 15 feet 0 in. By 25 feet in depth with a Large and Lolly room behind which could be tin own open to the front with two smaller rooms Tho three covering a space 40 feet by 21. Under the shop is a cellar 15 feet by 25 feet with boarded floor Well lighted and perfectly dry. The cellar has been recently constructed the Walls being sufficient to carry a building of several storeys. The Width of the premises in Tho rear is 6 feet More than the front. This is a first rate Opportunity for any one desire or to procure premises in the Best situation in Adelaide. Its Vicinity to the auction marts and the thriving places of business and its continuity to the ranch Oil ice of this journal it being the intention of the proprietors to retain Tho present Public skiing office for that purpose will always secure for this position the advantages it at present possesses. For plan of the property terms and further particulars apply to George Green land agent. Exchange land offices. King William Street. T\a1i1y Plant vegetable or suit ii Able for Tea gardens to be let on lease. Completo Dairy and vegetable farm to be let to which can be added Tea gardens for which it is Well adapted within five Miles of Adelaide on the Waterfall Creek lying Between Beaumont and mount Lolly and surrounding Townsend s Garden. It consists of 400 acres of Grassy land Bald Hills and gullies lying snug and partly enclosed. A three roomed 12 x u each new Stone House enclosed with half an acre of Garden ground milking Yard and shed and running water All the a car close by with num Crons Guties Well adapted for potato onion and cabbage plots. The Laud is retired and quiet subject to Little intrusion and very eligible for town Dairy purposes. There Are a few Well bred co is accustomed to tin run which can be had at a valuation. A new Safe and commodious Road is now being Madi by the proprietor. For terms apply to George Alston accountant land and commission agent opposite the Exchange King William Street. Adelaide 12th october 1851. 235cv Pil Octant notice the undersigned i intending shortly to leave Tho colons wishes to jell or let the undermentioned valuable properties on reasonable terms Viz. 1. To be sold that valuable Freehold pro Perty Tho Britannia hotel with All the adjoining around situated at the Corner of Mae arc wharf port Adelaide the above property is let to the present tenant or. Smith for 20 years at �520 per annul or �10 per week payable monthly. 2. To in sold Tuat Well known valuable Freehold property the freemasons tavern situated in Pirie Street and let on lease for seven years to the present tenant at �7 per week payable weekly five years and three months unexpired. 3. To be sold 175 acres Freehold being undivided interest of that valuable property known As the South Kaunda mine or Laker s 500-Acrc Block. 4. To Besold the Freehold of 0 acres of land fenced in at Mitcham adjoining the Church which is admitted to be the Best situation in the Village. There is erected on the property a new Stone House con Taining six Large rooms and roofed with the Best English slates. The House is Only partly finished the window frames and sashes and door3 Are All made Cecilin y joists and flooring joists Complete. Will be sold cheap on account of its not Bein finished. 5 to be sold the lease of that valuable Comer half acre situated in it Lyndle and Pulteney streets and opposite the York hotel. Tie property is let to or. Cotterall Coa Slunaker and i3 producing a Nett round rent of je1a0 per annul for 20 years rent la a piece of ground in flin Ders Street. Adjoining messes. Stilling & co New store Havins 40 feet frontage by 210 feet depth. To be let on lease for 21 or 90 years with or Al without risk it of Purchase the valuable unoccupied business position in Adelaide situated opposite to the Bank of Australasia at the Corner of King Wil Liam and Curie streets having a frontage of co feet to the former and 90 feet to the hitter Street. Also to be let with or without right of Purchase for the term of 21 years a very valuable business position situated in Cut Pae Street opposite the new stores lately erected by Maura. Archer & Harris Haring a frontage to Currie Street o go feet by a depth of 100 feet. Also to to let on lease for 21 or 30 years Foet frontage to Pirie Street Only one acre from the Corner of King William and Spiric streets and running to the coins of Freeman Street with Roadway at Trio tack. This position will Sim us b very considerably increased in value by the new Market which will he nearly opposite and the Union Bank being the proprietors of the acre at the Corner of l Irie Ani Freeman streets. This property jul be let at a Low rat if taken immediately. Apply to 271c? ? w. H. Clark. Halifax Street. Lash and houses. Land and loan Agency office Xix William Sist Rbt Bast Side. Imeon & Samuel land agontiy&c., 7j tender their thanks to Tho landed proprietors Capi lists clergy solicitors and residents generally of South Australia for Tho Liberal support received from them for he past twelve months and leg to assure their con Titus its and the Public at Large that they will Continuo s heretofore to discharge faithfully any Trust confided Olham. . Sales of real property effected expeditiously at Era negative prices and with Small advertising charges. King William Street october 1851 296ac i7reeitold at Norwood Magill fit Road. For Sale a five roomed House and half acre land Price Low. Simeon & Samuel agents 29sao King William Street Idre Ehold in South Adelaide. V Angas Street. For Sale three cottages 1 three rooms each in Good repair and Well let. Simeon & Samuel agents 29gac King William Street. A ree Riold at Norwood Chapel to Street for Sale three cottages Well it and situated As above. Land 60 Foet by 50 feet Simeon & Samuel agents ,20cao ? King William Street. 5 Section at Noarlungafor Sale j the Freehold of Section 723 is acres Hun red of Noarl Nga. Leased for 7 years at �10 per a nuts. A Good investment. ? Simeon & Samuel /.cents, ? 29u a ? King William Street. N ocl a Rotan ii for ale lots 1 t 7 1 and 9 j. Port Elliot township. For Sale lots Sondrol. 206ac Simeon a Samuel agents Adelaide. Tavern to he let at port Adelaide. Ajak Lambert hns rec Civija instructions if i to dispose of the lease Goodwill and uen iture of an old established tavern and port Adelaide in the Best position with extensive accommodation and returns. The pro Krietor relinquishing business from ill health Only. For particulars apply to w. G. Lambert auctioneer us appraiser Hindley Street. Early Possession will be Ives. 2d3cvc t Richardson. Lalik but Mumic j broker House and lax agent. Money Lent on Moiten is and approved Securi ies and Bills discounted. Lands surveyed and country sections thought for parties who wish to lease the same with tight of Purchase. Sections for Sale and to let in parts of he country. Houses in North and South Adelaide to it and for Purchase. . The highest Price Given for Gold. Offices King William Street. 275qv \ Delaide land and Gold com of Pany. Offices Waterhouses buildings King William Street Adelaide. Com3iittkr of Maka oks a it j. Beck John Hallett and Joseph stilling esquires meet every wednesday at 11 o clock. Public of Nee hours from 10 to 3 o clock. Ort Elliot Golowa Grey and Robe town allotments to to let on lease. Agricultural Dairy farms and Timber land to be let with right of Purchase. Shares be obtained at Par upon application to Tho manager until further notice. John Hallett Manaj scr. Adelaide. 1st july 1851. A Ait v All by. For Sale a sub Stim tial to roomed cottage with 3 acres of attached enclosed As a Garden Rich Black soil jul water a few feet below the surface. Lowest Price e30o. Play be viewed on application to mrs. Forrest. Happy Valley october 25, 185. 3 w6v fre e hold ily Resi Dence for Sale a two Story House in Wake yield i erect close to Hanson Street contain Init c rooms All substantially built of Brick and Stone and in Good repair having been recently completed with frontage Giuili event for another House. E. A. Wright land agent. Exchange Chambers King William Street. 300t 4v 8 Stork in the country for Sale. For Sale the Stock in Trade consisting f a Farsje and suitable assortment of drapery hardware jul grocery , with the Goodwill Orthe Busi Ness of a general retail store situated in Market Square Kooring. The premises May to either bought or rented. This concern has been established for a series of years is in i flourishing condition. The Only motive of the proprietor in soiling out being a desire to visit England. For further information reference is permitted to elder & co. 29th August. 1854. Llcv t and houses near to the port for in immediate Sale dwelling House four rooms two stall stable and servants room. One and i Hulf acres of land substantially fenced and planted situated n. E. Corner of Section no. -107, fronting Tor rens Road to the port and Road to the North Arm. Four roomed House and premises at Kilkenny half Way to the port. Three roomed House at Albert town. Allotments of land in Albert town. Do. Do. Queen s town. Do. Do. Rosewater Village. For particulars apply to James Giles port Adelaide. ? 2ih 300v la Evrill property for Sale. A that 1 desirable property near Cox s Creek consisting of two and a half acres of land on which is erected a substantial steam flour Mill. Engine 12 horse Power May be worked to 10 three pairs of stones. This property is on the Eastern Road and commands an extensive Ecru growing District. Wood and water in Abun dance. Premises capable of enlargement to any extent. The crops in the Hills being Good work in this locality wiil be abundant. Apply to Korrot Hawkes. King William Street october 20, 1851. 29v 300vj mtg ring residence. To be let at Brighton a cottage containing four rooms with a Garden and Well of Good water. Apply at the Grace Darliner hotel Liri Ireton. 20lcv to 0 mail Deus Anh Timber Mek c1iants. To be let for a term of years As May be agree on air established Timber and building 1jus1ness, with workshops saw pits Timber Sheds a. For particulars apply to g. Soward re Dulc Street. September 5, 1951. ? ? 24se a Sale. Premises with the Goodwill of and Stock of a general store doing a Good by new in a Well populated Aud fast improving agricultural District. For particulars apply to stake Lann & Dyke. Currie Street october 1851. 2sma312v303 to be sold by private contract inn near mite Hnin. Application to be mule to John Simmons lower Liam. The promises consist of substantial dwelling House stabling and out buildings. Also about two acres of land adjoining. Lower mitc Liam september 21, 185t. 2o5o i ease for Sale. The lease 7 years of residence and Large Garden tilth Trees in full bearing at Kensington for Sale. Terms moderate. Apply to i or. Robert Law Kea water houses buildings Kiaira William Street. 291c t7u i Sale the waterworks Situ Flatch near the Ford consisting of a 5 horse Power steam engine and roiled i Inch pump Large tank ac., 4c. For particulars apply on the premises. October 2 1, 1951. 2 so i to let two or three rooms please try situated about three or four Miles from town on Tho South Road. Apply to or. Weeks on thu premises. Xiv i to let a Blacksmith s Anc Wheelwright s shop at Montague Village dry Creek on the Side of the Maiu North Road. The above is a Rood opening. Apply to we. Rains Cross keys or to we. Reason Pound keeper dry Creek. August 21, 185 1. A 23kv Polie let a b i Kyard n Tho town ship of York near to the port Road. Sheds and Kiln Complete. Terms reasonable. Apply to James Copley on the premises. 29fl f22 to be let7 a for room i cottage near the Windmill West Terrace. Good Garden water through the year. Apply to or. Hall on tin premises. ? 209 308 ? education. ? College education. 4 berth Iuse Academy Victoria a Square. Under the direction of or. F. Idaire . Teems Board with instruction in greek latin French and English languages mathematics and the necessary branches of a Liberal education under 13 years of jfe. 50 guineas per Ann. Above 13 ditto ? 05 Day pupils ? 10 Day boarders ? 20 All the above terms to be paid quarterly in Advance. A Quarter s notice or a Quarter s payment required previous to the removal of a Pupil. ? 278tff5v k. Alfred it. Bell received a limited number of boarders. Terms Accord ing to age from 25 to 35 guineas per annul payable quarterly in Advance. For further particulars apply at his residence the Carton. 280 f to a w l k r p l a c k Academy for of Young ladies conducted by mrs. C. Thornley. Terms for the entire course of Educa Tion ten guineas per annul payable quarterly in and Vance. Gawler place near Grenfell Street. R.223 3u Glenvil Lotf cottage. Us Eracha. Mrs. Sept Dius Webster has vacancies for two Little boys As preparatory pupils to her brother s establishment at Riversdale House. ? 293 308r Mil Dietrich has some hours free to give lessons in playing the guitar. Addresses May be let at or. Lymcr1, Hindley Street. 299-301 a Jward and lodging. To of female Domestic servants. J respectable female servants Are informed that mrs. Hunt of Hunt s labour office King William Street Lias made an arrangement by Wlinich they can accommodated with Tomfor table Board and lodging at reasonable charge while they remain unemployed. wishes it to be understood that her principal motive in Kaiung the alive arrangement is not As a source of proof to herself but to afford a respectable shelter to Well conduct of Malj Dowie ties. 118cv \nefltandlasrit0naj8�edilapjery. Gmathbwsinvitetinapcl4ori of his. Now and we is of los dresses lox jibs ha1rs-. Flowers lace goods a. Also a Good Choice of gentlemen s summer clothing shirts a. Lindley by tet Oither is54. ? ? g99 301v cartage. The following rates of cartage have been fixed for the present season on the in Roalia on the port Adelaide and Burra Road 45s. Per ton. Ditto ditto Wakefield ditto ditto 40s. Ditto. Loads guaranteed both ways. Y. For the English and australian Copper company James Hamilton manager. Adelaide october 10th. 1854. 2sj cd religious notices. V vote Vav congregation at Chapel i at Angastontho foundat1onstone ? � i any ,thfv3vl of november next and it is hoped ?.1 1 14 in the is the ceremony will Tako place at 3 o clock . G p a Nepras haq., , has been requested to perform Thoin Smons of laying Tho Stone. A Public Toa will be provided by Tho ladies of Tho District after which it is pwt cd that several respected ministers and gentle. Non will address Tho Assembly on the interesting inc vision. No w. Salter Secretary to the x a ? Ai Pri building committee. It Bockli at mount Barker. The la committee appointed by a preliminary meeting ? if the members of the Church of England residing is he locality Hep to inform Tho friends of the Church that Public meeting will be held at the Crown hotel of saturday week next the 28th instant at5 o clock Lin. John Baker es., ., in the chair for the pointing of trustees and other business connect cd Rith the erection of a suitable edifice on the land re cried for in the Centre of the township. By order of the committee 2o3a3jov Victor Dumas. Hon. Sec. Tenders a a Melaide City and Post rail to Waytenders for abutments a of Xii liens braid of undertakers for the above railway Are a cared to receive sealed tenders endorsed As above p to 12 o clock on tuesday the 7th november nest a contract no. 19. Building the abutments and Guoynes or the to Kittens Bridge. The drawings and specifications May be seen and Allther in formation obtained from Tho Engineer at this Nice on and after monday next the 23rd instant. By order of the Boal h. Higginson Secretary. Railway office King William Street october 20, 18m. 29ja310t a Delaide City and port rail of a Waytenders for the Board of undertakers for this a railway Aro ared to receive sealed tenders widowed love up to 12 Povlock on tuesday 7th november. Abr extract no. 20 the Supply a galvanized con ated Iran with rivets and burrs Complete for ninety Zuares of one Hundred feet each of tooting for a Ide Lahla passenger station House Gnage no. A or from ? Price to be at per ton delivered either at the station building or at port Adelaide each tender statin exp i. Itly where not later than the 30th november sureties will be required. By order of tie Board 1 ii. Iii Gibson Secretary railway office King William Street 17th october 1854. 29l 3a310v office of Public works Adelaide october 25, 1854. Tenders in Terras of an advertisement in i the government Gazette forthe Extension of Vallunga jetty will to received until noon of ? november 9th, 1854, at this office where All particular ? nay be obtained. Edward a. Hamilton 20s-9v ? assistant colonial architect office of Public works Adelaide october 25, 1854 ? lenders in terms of a advertise mental in Tho government Gazette for Whitewash no and emptying cesspools at Tho police station port Adelaide will be received Mitil noon of for Ember 1st, 1854, at this office where All particular nay to obtained. Edwd. A. Hamilton. 299300 ? assistant colonial architect a office of Public works Adelaide oct. 25. 1854. Tenders in terms of an advertisement i the Gor emment Gazette for repairing tie floor of the guard room at government Hougil Rill be received until noon of november lit at Eltta l 3ffiec, where All particulars May be . A. Hamilton 299 300 ? assist. Col. Architect. Thunders. Tenders will to received x by Tho undersigned until tuesday next at 4i .m.,for the whole of the Pekin in. Rean red � to done in lengthening the Nave of Christ Hureh North Adelaide 60 feet. Plans and specification May be seen at the office of Edmund w. Wright architect. Exchange King William str cot oct. 24, 1854. 287 30. C1 Strathalbyn minetenders for o cartage. Tenders will be received till the 28th october for the transport of Ore i hags in Quad Tiea of ten tons and upwards from Strathalbyn mine to Milan to port Adelaide or to port Elliot. The earliest period at which the respective deliveries mild be made be a pencilled in the tender addressed to Tho managers of the Strathalbyn mine Strath Albyn. September is 1851. 20830l messages. Tottingham. Miss Ellen ship i 1 Ley will oblige an old Friend by sending her ? address under cover to e. J. Cat this office. Roo in 8 employment wanted. To wanted by a Klespe Stablo Young t woman an engagement to attend on ? by or family proceeding either to Sydney or Irne. Apply tos., office of this paper. 2w301 to wanted a situation As Gardener 1 t by a very old experienced colonist. Apply to s., at the office of this paper. Ftp to anted for a respectable Young Man \ v who can be Well recommended a situation a merchant s or Factor s warehouse. Address a. 11. C. St Oil ice port Adelaide. X female Domestic servants the ladles of South Australia and Tho Public generally respectfully informed that there is now a better Raik r of useful female servants. Any application item tics requiring them will meet with prompt att Iio. ? application to w. N. Hunt s labour oses King. Ulpain str cot. ? ? lifter a tastes and servants . Rel articles of agreement Between Mafs and servants drawn up in accordance with the Sisters and servants on Sale at the office of Tel per. ? persons wanted. 1ix compositors wanted. Car 5 Stant employment guaranteed to steady. Hairim. Ice is. 8d. Per 1,000 for Long primer Atul fir Eviett. Lod. For non Arlel. Apply at the itch Uhter Auk Jne Cir Fheo. ?. I Delaide mount Barker and Murray Wellington railway company Inala amazed with Tho Glen Osmond railway uric can la Given at cutting an experimental Aldow and near mount lofty. Piece work to Cam from 7a. I Per Day. Apply at Glen Osmond quarries any morn g except sunday before 0 o clock. It wanted in a ladieb1 school new \ town a resident governess capita giving instruction in music. For address apply at in office of this paper. 29430il to anted in a merchant s office \ v person thoroughly acquainted with Book Jieping and accounts. Testimonials required. Up Ftp ii. Ashvin a co., Hindley Street. 2wc 17 a need a respectable Young woman a of Good education to Mashiat in a country Tore one accustomed to Tho drapery business would be referred. Address stating terms a a. Office of Lis paper. 298301 St wanted a female assistant by a country store. Respectable reference Mut fee Iven. Address Thos. Stephens storekeeper Wal Mega. 29730 it7antkd. A competent grocer s by assistant. Apply to w. F. Webster port i Delaide.? Aoi � it7anted, in Tho Vicinity of Adelaide it y y Man and his wife without children to Gen. Tal servants. Wages �52 per year. Apply to a t thin office. ? to wanted Good Waistcoat by hands. Apply to w. Pearcy King Willlam. Trecet. Wages Fin. ? ? ? ? ? to wanted a respectable youth to by drive a cart. Apply to c. C. Snooke in in ton. ? ? 2w 3c0 vt7anted, As general servant by a respectable married couple without Inen Fly France. Apply to w. Waite grapes inn go Trecet. 29w3o1 anted a coach Painte. Smith and Wheeler. Average wages Ler week. Apply to Robert Cottrell coach Manuta Tofy Llu Udle Street. ? l ? wort t17anted, a coachpa1nteb, by apply to Carvosso & Barlow coach Bulmer Hindmarsh win Are. ? to bks Etta n t e a two Brick makers. By wages 20b. Per 1,000. Apply to Thoma Lear bricklayers arms North Adelaide. ? � anted a person to proceed to % sheep station on the Mara Midgee we understands Wool washing and Fiji mongering. For Tot ther particulars apply to elder & co. 2fl� lost and found. Timve pounds Reward los turn y Hin Mafali. A Chesnut Mabe branded Kim shoulder Lamo off fore toot alien lost. Wipe re a bring the Namo to the clock Bull inn Adelaide or to or. Robert Cook Hindmarsh will receive Teaf Cost Reward. ? it be Pound Reward lost be Tureen Ilin Marsh and North Adelaide on Friday. Last a Sable Victorine. Whoever will bring of Cut same to or. Crawford a North Adelaide or to the Hind. Marsh brewery Mills Liall receive the above Reward ? 297301 men shillings Reward. Lost a Al Rundle Street on the 10th inst a Mou Rixo brooch engraved on the Back. Avo Ever will Braff Tho Simc to the office of this paper shall receive Theabo. Reward. F ? 299900 to Eward. Strayed from Norwood i House on tuesday afternoon 2 he inst a Young Kangaroo dog in Colour Black nozzle Wear a Chain Collar answers to the name of Prince Ever will bring the same to the office or jo1 1T and co., Gren Reil Street or to.bayc, Norwood a shall be rewarded. ? t Ost or stolen from Annaston on 1 Elj 20th inst a Bay hours three Wilita to who. If stolen �10 on conviction of the thief. Mola general printing office. I District councils. Titty Pittaw. ? at a meeting of the Council held on wednesday,october_25ui, 1854,in the office King William Street. Adelaide. Present messes. Babbage in the chair styles. Over Tom a nil Snow not the Folt Owins letters despatched were read to the commissioner of police calling Hia attention to scotch thistles growing on the government Reserve above mite Ham township and one to Tho clerk of the Brighton District Council with respect to thistles on the Banks of the Sturt in Marion. A letter received from the Surveyor general was read rating that the government would repay any expenses in stirred for the extirpation of thistles on sections to provided the accounts for such expenditure were certified k Correct and proper by the chairman of the District Council. ? a letter from 5ir. Carlington the late clerk was read plated october 24th, respecting the deficiency in his Lecounts and it was resolved that the clerk be directed to write to Hanii stating that the Council insist upon haying either an Early repayment of he amount of us deficiency or a Bill for it endorsed by some responsible parties. Several parties Harini applied for the settlement of their accounts the clerk was directed to write to the colonial Secretary stating that the sum of �72 10s. Id. Had been collected for rates since the Date of the last Advance in Aid of this Council and request Init that a further Advance in Aid to this amount to paid them. Also to state that b. Herschel Babbage ksq., was chairman and Jlrw, ii. Graham was clerk and Banger to this District Council. Ordered that upon receipt of this sum the clerk be directed to pay several accounts which had been passed. The Clurs Laid before the Council the notice for opening the new Road through sections 31 and 35, Wlinich Trai read and ordered to to forwarded to the colonial Secretary As resolved at Tho list meeting. Resolved that the clerk be directed to apply to the several juries for their rates and that if they were not Laid by the Goth of november next to Issue summonses Ign inst them. A offer from or. Thorax or for six Trees lot no. 11, i the Road above mite Fca a at 8s. Per tree was reported in the clerk but the Council declined to accept it being f opinion that the amount was considerably flow their Rule. The clerk reported having employed a Man to Lelroy thistles on the government Reserve

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