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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia a 4 for Madras direct. A Kkt. The Fine fast sailing nearly new a 1 inv British boat ship a i Sultana Ink 588 tons Register David Mainland com bad oct will sail for the above port in about ten Days. Fat terms. Of freight or passage the Cabin a commode ions being very Superior apply to Captain Mainland on Oard orto i ? a ? ? i re to ? i Alexander Thomson i. 1 bundle Street iaugust20, 1851. U ? i Fob Sydney direct Lei the teak built fast sailing Brig Itsik hero 204 tons o.k., . Dale commander. Will ssh Heb commence loading for Sydney on wednesday he 27th instant and will meet with Quick despatch. A limited number of Steerage passengers can be taken or whom comfortable accommodation and an ample scale of Hovi Sions will be provided. ? has also Superior Accomma Latina for Cabin passengers. ?. ?. For terms of freight or passage apply to ? , port Adelaide or to j. S. Clark Adelaide. August 23, 1851. for Sydney. Jav the Fine Ketch Al few. Bountiful a fam 120 tons Burthen will sail in ten Days. For terms of freight or passage apply to Vijh t i ? capt. J. F. Duff Irr. Exchange or to r. Tapley port Adelaide. August 27, 1851. I Cabin passage for Sydney. A the Fine Clipper barque a Pam 400. Tons capt. Rattle will sail for Sydney i1 ten Days having room for a few Cabin passengers Only. Accommodations most Superior a Pikron Board or to r i d. P. Gaffney. Port Adelaide. 29th August 1851. K first vessel Fob Sydney. 1zk the Faton rite packet Brig a Elk phantom Julf com of 158 tons g. W. Brown commander is now ready to receive cargo and will sail next saturday die 6th instant for freight or passage apply on Board or to John Newman agent port 1st september 1851. ? for port Phillip and Lima. 7 Ai the first class ship a Jav City of Manchester jew to l,108toris, w. S. Baker commander will dub hip sail for the above ports on the 31st instant for freight or passage apply on Board or to ? were Todd & co., ? ? ? Currie Street 1\. For Swan River. Fixl the Fine a 1 barque j3k�ks, Globe a a Rijk Captain Brown to sail on about the 10th for freight or passage apply to the Captain on Board orto i f. Niche. P. Lebair Grenfell Street for port Lincoln and Hummock Harbour to the Fine Schooner a bandicoot Hub ski capt in Helden will sail for the above ports on. Tuesday the 2nd september. For freight or passage apply to we. Younghusband jun., & co. For Sale freight or Chabter. 7i\i the Fine american barque t7tf3tes$f 405 tons. For terms apply to Hui . Bennett port Adelaide. August 23, 1851. Bills of lading on Sale at the offices of the South australian Register and Adelaide observer. View South australian Tariff on Elj Sale at the office of this paper in a neat form on Frank Post Folio for transmission through the Post or Foi the counting House. ? v7 ? ? Patent slip. To ship owners captains and agents. The. Undersigned begs to announce that he has now in Good working order a Patent slip on which vessels of 1,000 tons May be raised. H. A Fletcher ? a s ? ? port Adelaide. . Ship righting in All its branches carefully at tended to. On Sale Jae undersigned the goof the brie punch from Singapore consisting of ? ? 2,787 bags grocers sugars 11 samples 1j044 boxes packet teas. 1 52 bags Black Pepper ?. 22 bags White Pepper ,. 4 boxes Nutmeg 30 Bales Gunny bags 10,000 no. 1 Manila cigars 30,000 no. 2 ditto ditto.? ? 48 Rolls India matting w. Younghusband jun., & co., new zealand Timber sex Augustus of the above no stacked at por to \ Adelaide. Of All descriptions and sizes Foi Sale in lots to suit purchasers. For terms and Price apply to j .-.v, i .4. Burnett Nathan. J ? Currie Street Adelaide., to � i Mejt Wobb Rogers .co., beg to direct attention to their corrugated galvanized tinned Iron As forming the neatest As Veu As the strongest and Best Verandah roof that can b erected in the can be put up at a moderate expense As it requires no framework excepting the Wall plates and columns. Books covered with this material Are much cooler tha slated As will be Suomi by actual Experiment on application at the office Are Light durable and not so costly As slab the rates of insurance will also be found a consideration of importance where valuable buildings Are concerned. For pumps cisterns and water tubing it i by far the Best material that can be employed As it keep the water pure and wholesome under All circumstance in the important towns of Newport and Cowes it is use exclusively by the water companies for their fittings an ? to a greater or less extent in the principal cities and town in England and the United states. Baths buckets deed boxes a made i galvanized Metal to order and kept in Stock. Gutters nees win guards and Cistern Heads Ca always be supplied without delay. The ships briton in ancient briton lately from England have brought a increased supply.? ? ? ? ?-.?=.-. Or offices Leiofi Street Adelaide. ,.,z. N a ? prospectus. Port Adelaide. Screw pro Pellet company. A Schooner intended to be fitted with an a. Auxiliary screw propeller being now upon the stocks at port Adelaide and the steam engines apparatus &c., in course of construction in the City it is proposed to Complete the undertaking by Means of a company with a capital of �2,500, in 500 shares of �5 each which will be sufficient not Only to accomplish the building and outfit but leave a surplus of �440 As working a Model of the vessel As she will appear when ready for her first voyage has been exhibited at Calton sport Admiral hotel and will be shortly Senit for Public inspection to the Royal Admiral hotel Adelaide. The bailing qualities of the vessel Are intended to be first rate and the Engineer is confident that with the steam Power and auxiliary screw a Speed of eight to nine Miles an hour May be accomplished without the sails. As to the working expenses they have been estimated by a thoroughly practical Man at �70 per month and As the earnings of the government steam tug have averaged �200 per month with about five hours steaming per Day it is thought that even with eight hours steaming out of the Twenty four the profits of the screw propeller Schooner will be at least As much As �130 per month because she will perform a variety of services for which the steam tug is not object of the originators is to have the vessel ready within four Mouths and to place the undertaking at once under satisfactory inspection and control. With these views it is desirable to get the requisite funds subscribed without delay and to appoint of Sun rib a a managing committee or acting trustees who will make the Money Calls in accordance with legitimate requirements and eventually regulate the voyages which Are intended to be limited to the Gulf and the contiguous Seaboard. ? ? in the meantime the undersigned has undertaken to receive applications for shares and to furnish information As to the contemplated voyages pleasure trips &c.i. C. Bowen mends. ? Secretary pro Tern. Adelaide August 12th, 1851. Adelaide Iron and brass foundry. G & a. Wyatt r beg to acknowledge the very Liberal support they have received from the Public of South Australia and having made great improve ments in their premises they Are enabled to do All kinds of work with1 the greatest despatch and Trust by furnishing a first rate article and punctuality in the execution of All orders whether Large or Small to Merit a continuance of the favours bestowed on them., g. & h. W. Have conveniences for making castings up to 10 tons. I ? castings made of pumps pipes plungers columns girders railing Gates Iron. Coping staircase panels Iron staircases Tomb enclosures brackets Bakers Furnace ovens forge backs troughs Sash weights Furnace bars and threshing machines. Plough castings brass castings for ships pintle and braces keel Staples Copper washers deck nails and spikes of All sizes composition butt head bolts ditto nails Bells deck and Cabin rails rings and mouldings Foi Capstans and wheels brass Force and lift pumps Beer engines spirit fountains bib and Stop Cocks spirit taps tapping and steam Guage Cocks washers and plugs washers and wastes Bells of All sizes Copper nails and rivets. By the great additions g. & h. W. Have made in lathes and Boring apparatus they can make steam engines up to forty horse Power. Press and other screw Cut All sizes and pitches to 12 feet Long and 1 foot 6 Inchcl in diameter. Cylinders pump barrels plungers. A. Bored and turned to any size to 48 inches diameter and la feet Long surfacing to 8 feet in diameter planing Anc drilling a. Iron castings 20s. Per cwt Bakers Furnace oven Worl Powell s Patent �8 8s. Per set brass castings is. 4d per in. Gun Metal is. 6d. Per it. Beer engines 66s. Pel motion Complete spirit fountains 42s. Per tap Complete Bullock Bens 3s. 6d. Each. Mould boards Sash weights Bells &c., always on Ham at Messer. Sach and cos ironmongers King William Street. North Terrace Adelaide August ii 1851. Cheap Standard works. Bohn s shilling series.1. Emerson s representative men ? 2. Irving8ltfe of Mahomet 3. The genuine autobiography of Benjamin Franklin 4. Willis s people i have met 5. Living s successors of Mahomet 6. Irving s life of Goldsmith 7. Irving s sketch Book 8. Irving s tales of a traveller 9. Irving s tour on the Prairies 10. & 11. Irving s conquests of Granada and Spain 12. & 13. Irving s life of Columbus 14. Irving s companions of Columbus 15. & 16. Taylor s Al Dorado or pictures of the Gold Region 17. Irving s adventures of Captain Bonneville 18. Irving s Knickerbocker 19. Irving s tales of the Alhambra 20. Irving a Conquest of Florida 21. Irving s Abbotsford and Newstead 22. Irving s Salmagundi 23. Irving s Bracebridge Hall 24. Irving s Astoria an additional assortment of Chambers s publications has lately been added to the Hindley Street. Church services magnificently Boun \1/ adapted for presents. Reference bibles a Large assortment companion to the altar a concordances Wesley s hymns Fairi ily prayers and okie thousand religious works. I on Sale at ? Platts s Book warehouses. To painters and others. Cheap Glass. On Sale sex Wilhelmine Condor and Oshiar Riahi 600 boxes window Glass at 21s. Per Box or parti taking 20 boxes 20s. 300 boxes Crown coloured ground and plate Glass ver Low ? ? ? ? ?. ? ?. 1 20 tons Sheet Lead perforated Zinc Sheet Zinc invoices of Noble andr Boll s varnishes. French pos Patent Knotting a. ?. J. White Lead and paint assorted � plaster of Paris glue Glass paper Lead piping in. 2,h, of and i Inch. Tin spirit pipe boiled Oil turns linseed Oil Gold moulding Lead and brass pumps i. Invoice of plumbers materials consisting of wat _.? i Stop bib and spirit Cocks washers and Wasti ? brass strainers &c., a. ? an extensive assortment of paper hangings 1 invoices of Ilu Buck s Patent Zinc paint dryers a ev6ry article in the Trade at very Low prices. ? ? ? or country orders punctually attended to. By a ? ? so Hali 8 ?. ?. Leigh Street 8 june 18th, 1851. 1 ? window Glass. ? ? a ? ? ? ? ?.? ? a 90 oof Fet Chance s no. 1 Crotz a v v Glass from 42 x 28 Down to 10 x a also Portland arid Keene s Cement in any que titles at 5 ?S Brooks a 8. Oil Colour and Glass warehouse bundle Street next the Norfolk Ani q ? d an Sale at the office of this paper s v emigration forms forms of application for Crown lands i agreements for masters and servants i de pasturing forms a writs subpoena of summons n Bills of lading j seamen s Advance notes conditions of Sale cabbage to and from the Burra Copper. Works and Post Wakefield. Reihe rates of cartage during the months of a july August and september will be 30s. Per ton each Way. Afterwards is. Per ton each Way. / to butchers dealers and other pub chasers of cattle in South Australia Victoria and new South Wales. Caution. As the Patent Copper company will no dispose of any hones or cattle bearing their Brand ., the Public is he by cautioned against purchasing any Stock their property bearing that Brand. Legal proceed Ings will in All instances be taken against parties unlawfully retaining Possession of and offering such cattle with that Brand ., for Sale and a Liberal Reward will be Given for any information that May Lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders. The keepers of the pubic Pound and others Are respect fully solicited to Forward Early information to any of the Patent Copper company agents of cattle bearing the Brand in their Possession when immediate Steps will be taken for their release Copper. The proprietors of the fatal smelting works in site offers for refined Copper in quantities As required.? samples to be Bee Nat the office of or. John Baker. A i i ? Emback ,?, cd Cuttaia 15fli March 1851. As regards Quality and suitable Ness for this Market there is no Copper which commands a More ready Sale or full Price than the supplies of the Watala smelting works. They have been most favourably reported on at the government mint and our dealers equally approve of the size of the ingots arid to Leif qualityr5 Jardine Skink a & co Kodiar and so Ward beg to acquaint it their friends that they have entered into. Part Ner help and will commence business As contractors and Tim Ber merchants this Day. G. So Ward begs to return his thanks for the Liberal support he has experienced and he has no doubt that the new firm will Merit and receive an equal degree of Public Confidence and patronage. / Rundle Street August 1st, 1851. Clerken Well watch repairing establishment. G Griffin begs to inform his friends and the colonists tint he with his men is prepared to repair watches and clocks with the greatest accuracy and despatch at his establishment. A very Large Stock of watches the Stock of or. Wilson of Spalding on Sale lower than English prices. A Man constantly employed in making and repairing jewellery. A Large Stock of spectacles plated goods arid wedding rings. Hindley Street opposite the club House hotel. Rundle Street dispensary go. Carleton dispensing chemist formerly resident apothecary at the Adelaide Hospital begs to inform his friends and the Public that he has removed to those commodious premises recently occupied by Captain Allen in Rundle Street four doors East of Gawler place. In returning thanks for the very libera support accorded to him c. J. C. Deems it Only necessary to state that his business will continue to be conducted upon the same principles which have hitherto secured to him so extensive a share of Public patronage. Adelaide 1st August 1851. Dward Sutor Boot and shoe maker Hindley Street begs to inform the Public tha. He has recommenced business in the premises lately occupied by or. Carleton chemist near Leigh Street where he has Laid in a Large Stock of every requisite for the Trade. Gentlemen s boots and shoes of every description ladies ditto ditto of newest arid Best pattern children s boots Rand shoes in great variety. Orders attended to with the greatest punctuality and dispatch. Country storekeepers arid settlers sup pred with every article in the line upon the shortest notice and most seasonable terms ? t Hindley Street August 20th, 1851. Jean decor Cook pastry Cook an wholesale confectioner King William Street late Husse begs leave most respectfully to announce to the Public of Adelaide and storekeepers of the Colony that having engaged a first rate experienced confectioner he win be enabled to keep on hand a Large assortment of goods at prices that will defy Competition one trial will prove the fact. Country orders punctually attended to. . An apprentice wanted. Ohn Craig Butcher begs respectfully to announce to the inhabitants of Adelaide and its Vicinity that he has opened those premises in Rundle Street lately occupied by or. Usher where he intends to keep a Choice assortment of All kinds of butchers hams pickled tongues Fine pre served rounds of beef,1 corned Seef minced Collop and sausages As prepared by j. C. During 17 years he was in business in Glasgow. All orders entrusted to him will be punctually attended to. Residence for Sale. An excellent House situated in the Besl ajl part of North Adelaide containing seven apartments and Kitchen with two stalled Stone stable coach House and other outbuildings detached. The ground consists of half an acre having both a Terrace and a Street frontage of 105 feet each and is Well stocked with vines fruit Trees &c., in full bearing. Apply to ?,. Exchange. august30, 1851. / on Sale at this office a few volumes of a Leichardt s journal of his Overland expedition Firon Moreton Bay to port Essington. To agent medicines. The following medi 38 i. Cines May. Be wholesale and retail at the office of the daily South australian Register and the Jde tidy observer weekly newspaper Hindley Street Adeb feb Ani of the sub agents appointed i k ? Morison s pills ?. ? n Frampton s Pill of health r ? Parr s life pills widow Welch s female pills. Blair s gout and rheumatic pills Cockle s anti bilious pills or. Roberts la poor Man s Friend ? Pill Fol Antisere philae ? a Mckinsey s Kat protia7 create. \ a. Sub agents for the Sale of Patent medicines port Adelaide or. Ephraim Teakle storekeeper port. Much am and the neighbourhood of the Brov Maul Creek. Or. Henry Taylor storekeeper Mitcham. Mount Barker . John Dunn storekeeper mount Barker. Noa Lunga and neighbourhood. Or. Alexander Birrel Hanhdorf Flem zip and Langmer. Trey. A. Kavel paste to the evangelical lutheran churches. N District of Morphett Yale. Or. Win. Bradshaw Stor 8. Keeper Morphett Vale n encounter Bay District. Mr.,4bobert Higgins Ston keeper encounter Bay also or. John Mccarthy Ston keeper Freeman s Nob. Township of gamier. c. Jacobs Beehive store is. Gawle town. County of Stanley. Or. C. Greenslade of the Stanle arms Penwortham. District of Kooring. Messes. Marks and Gollin Ston keepers township of Kooring. Town and District of port Lincoln. Captain Underwoo storekeeper port Lincoln. Little Para Survey. Or. Thomas Battersby Gener storekeeper Village of Houghton. A ? Annaston. Or. Samuel Kenally storekeeper Agasto District of Wou James Smith Tor Keepe Seiv Libay. school of St. Peters Adelaide i incorporated by act of Council. Ponder the management of a Council of fifteen a governors. Visitor the lord Bishon of Adelaide geological and classical lecturer Bev. T. P. Vilson 1 m.a., Brazen nose College Oxford. Second master and superintendent of boarding establish ment at Norwood Rev. S. P. R. Allom St. John s 5 College Oxford. Third master or. C. W. May King s College London. I j professor of French or c. B. of German or h. Nootnagel. Terms quarterly payable in Advance l Board arid tuition including washing and mending of Inen ? ?. ?. Boys above 12 years of age. �10 per Quarter. Boys tinder 12 a is of age. �9 per Quarter. Day scholars ? .�2 12s. 6d. Per Quarter. Library fee on Entrance �1 is. Pupils admitted at any time the charges commence rom the Date of admission and a Quarter s notice required previous to the removal of any Pupil. ? ? the Day scholars Are provided with dinner at the College it a charge of 2s. 6d. Per further particulars apply to the Secretary g. W. 1 Fawkes Esq. ? Adelaide october 1850. The late distressing Accident by fire. Charles Collins the sufferer by this a a calamity is a worthy and industrious working Man. Having rented a Section of land at Yan Kalilla he erected his slab House Laid in his six months Stock of pro visions clothing &c., and commenced operations As a Dairy Farmer. ? or. Collins was in Adelaide when the Accident occurred. His wife gone some distance to drive Home a cow and on her return found the House with All it contained destroyed by fire. It is not known with certainty How the fire originated but it is supposed that cinders were forced up the Chimney and lodged in the thatch by a old rewind passing Over the House by this Accident a deserving family seven in num Ber Are deprived of their All and left in a state of entire destitution. ? this is a Case which commends itself to Public sympathy and it has been thought advisable to open a subscription list i for the purpose of ministering Aid to the sufferers. Donations will be received by the Rev. A 3. Draper Gawler place or. John Colton Hindley Street or. Robt Hawkes King William Street and at the office of this paper. Ancient order of foresters. The Brothers and friends of the order Are respectfully informed that the anniversary dinner of court homely re treat will take place on thursday next september 4th, at Host Mccarron a squatters arms Theberton. Tickets 3s. 6d. Each to be of , Ashton s. barries Sec. Aleadah assist Sec. Harris Nad brother Glen on j or of the Host at the bar. Dinner on the table at 6 o clock. W. G. Harris Secretary. Notice. All persons having claims upon the estate of the late William r. S. Cooke Esq., Are requested to Forward the same to the undersigned without delay and All those indebted to the estate will oblige by settling their accounts at once. James Smith acting executor. Grenfell Street 29th August 1851. Quicksilver. On Sale by the undersigned quicksilver. Henry Henze troeder -.? Rundle Street opposite Gawler Blenheim family and commercial hotel i. Hindley Street and Gilhertplace. Ryphe Public Are respectfully informed that the _1_ above establishment is now Complete and fitted up for the accommodation of families in a very Superior style. Ten additional rooms have been added to the building and a spacious and elegant dining room erected at the rear of the hotel adapted for Public dinners where a substantial Ordinary will be furnished daily at 1 o clock. The Coffee Boom is most especially recommended to the attention of the professional and commercial gentlemen of the City. Adelaide August 25th, 1851. The largest newspaper in the Austral asian colonies., the Adelaide observer is the largest newspaper in the australasian colonies being printed on two sheets of double Royal and comprises forty eight closely printed columns. It contains All the English colonial and foreign news full reports of the legislative Council proceedings Public meetings the Law and police courts the Central Boad Board and the Board of City commissioners and local and shipping intelligence without abridgement with agricultural scientific and other interesting articles original and selected. Tran Early country edition is printed on Fonda or with the news up to the time of publication for transmission by the mails on that Day so As to reach the Buna Burra and other Distant places on the saturday. The town edition is published on saturday mornings and is sent into the country by the mails which reach their destinations on that Day the Adelaide observer presents a Superior medium for advertising from its almost exclusive circulation As a weekly paper in town and country having attained a number far greater than any other weekly journal in the province. Price sixpence. The Adelaide observer of saturday amongst other articles contains ?. Jull reports of the debates in the legislative Council on the land fund,1 civil appointments of the colonists removal of the colonial minister s veto on acts passed by the Council the Extension of the Constitution the stoppage of the supplies and the government Grant to religion. The petitions presented to the Council by messes borrow and Goodear b. G. Symonds the commissioners of the Hundred of Kuito or h. W. Parker of the late railway company or. E. G. Collinson or. G. A. Anstey on the Watala election or. Henry Calton Anc or. Henry Watson on his removal from the customs. Council papers relative to the receipts and expenditure important correspondence with the colonial office relative to the City and port railway company. The government Gazette containing official notifications port Elliot declared a port the insolvency and impounding notices. The South australian agriculturist proceedings of the Central Road Board with the Annua report. Proceedings of the City commissioners. Public dinner to John Hart Esq., m.l.c., attn Skillo. Dinner to Peter Cumming Esq., at North Adelaide. R dinner to j. B. Neales Esq., m.l.c., at North Adelaide. Port Lincoln news. The Bridges report of the colonial Engineer and Sug Gest ions from or. Tolmer. Leading articles on the estimates the proposed loan the spirited proceedings of the Council and other interesting subjects. News from India Mauritius new Bouth Wales Tasmania Portland California and other quarters with the lates Gold news from All parts. Letters to the editor on various subjects local and shipping intelligence the latest South australian and colons markets &c., a with a full report of yesterday Council proceedings on the Grant to religion Bill an the latest news up to the moment of publication. Cornwall fire v and Makine akm j Bance company one Hon bed thousand pounds. ,.?, established in 1841 for Marine rates enquire of the be Emmoms. ,. ,. I i 3t class. On buildings of Stone or Brick Iff cent up an partitions of same roof slated or tiled detached ? 7 6 i and class. On buildings of Stone or Brick partitions of same roof shingled detached 9 0,re class. On buildings of Stone or Brick,1 partitions lath and plaster roof shingled ? detached ? 11 0f the class. On buildings of Stone or Brick partitions Wood roof shingled detached. 12 0 the class. On buildings of Weatherboard of All or chiefly Wood detached. 30 0 m goods or furniture the same rate As on the premises they Are in a Black ? Smiths Stock or workshops Brick buil x dings ? 2 0 All hazardous goods by special agreement. Where buildings arc attached to others of a similar character 2s. To 5s. Per cent per annul More than on de ached erections. .,?.- when Brick or Stone buildings immediately adjoin but of not communicate with wooden buildings 3s. To 10s. Per ent. Per annul to be added. Public houses and spirit stores 2s. To 4s. Per cent per Nuzum extra if of Brick or Stone. Agents for receipt of fire and Marine proposals John p. Winchcombe Kooring John Newman port Adelaide. To encourage water carriers to keep a Supply in their larts at night this office in the event of fire m which it is a Tekeste will give a Reward of �3 to the first cart �2 to he second cart and �1 to the third cart which shall arrive it the spot full Laden ii Wiles 2s. 6d. Per Load for ail the Vater used on such an occasion. Agent for South Australia Abraham Scott Blyths buildings. Those insured in this office against casualties by fire Are minded that annual policies expire on 1st january 1st april 1st july and 1st october. Alliance British and foreign ill life and fire Assurance company Bartholomew Lane London. Established by act of parliament. Capitai5,000,000, Board of direction presidents ? ?. \ Samuel Gurney Esq. Sir Moses Montefiori Bart directors Georgc h. Barnett Esq. Samuel Gurney jun., Esq. Sir e. N. Buxton Bart . John Irving Esq. Sir r. Campbell Bart. Louis Lucas Esq., sir George Carroll Thomas Mas tongan Esq. The it. Hon. G. R. Dawson Baron l. Do Rothschild . James Fletcher Esq. Sir a. N. Do Rothschild Bart. Charles Gibbes Esq. Oswald Smith Esq. William Gladstone Esq. Melville Wilson Esq. Reduced f1ke scale of premiums por Adelaide Branch first class risks. To. Cent � an. Buildings constructed of Brick or Stone cos. A. Vered with slate tile or Metal and detached \ ,. Or separated so As not to to affected by their contiguity to other buildings ? 7 6 buildings constructed and covered As above but joined to other buildings not being of a hazardous nature and not of inferior construction ? 10 0 buildings constructed and covered As above but adjoining to shingled or other buildings of inferior construction ? 12 6 if hazardous goods be deposited in any of the above named buildings 2s. 6d. Per cent per annul extra will be charged. Second class Wisla. To buildings constructed of Brick or Stone and \ covered with shingles but detached or be. ? parted so As not to be affected by their contiguity to any other buildings ? 12 6 buildings constructed and. Covered As above but joined to others of a similar or not in ? Perior construction ? 15 0 buildings of stud work or Brick logged and covered with slate tile or Metal but sopa ,. Rated by a proper space from so As not to ? be affected by any other building ? 12 6 ?. � buildings constructed As above but joined to other buildings of a Superior class with proper party Walls list Wuhu ? ? ,. 13 �. If hazardous goods to deposited in any of the buildings named in this class 2s. 6d. Per cent per annul extra to be charged. To lord class risks. Buildings weather boarded or All or part of Wood and detached or separated so As not to be affected by their contiguity to any other building and their contents not hazardous and not being occupied for any hazardous trades ? % ? 25 0 buildings constructed As above but adjoining to others of similar construction. And occupation ? ? 30 0 if hazardous goods be deposited in any of the buildings named in this class5s. Per cent per annul extra to be charged. Goodof will be insured at the same rate As the building in which they Are goods. / is As Cotton flax hemp of Rozin Saltpetre Spiriti pitch tar turpentine de. Bates for Short period assurances As follows ? not exceeding three months one half of the annual Premium. ? exceeding three and not exceeding six month three quarters of the annual Premium. Exceeding six months the full annual rate. Rates on a Pippino at Adelaide. Of 1 year. 6 Mon. 8 non. S. D. S. D. S d. With a warranty not to repair ? 10 017 6 5 0. With Liberty to repair ? 15 0 10 6 7 6 ships building ? 21 0 15 0 10 6 goods in ships loading in Harbour say for four months at 7s. 6d. Percent. Surveyor e. W. Wright. ? the assurances of lives Are also effected on favourable terms. ?. Medical referee we. Wyatt Esq., . Were Todd & co., january 1851. ? agents mfr Street. Imperial fire insurance company. Al no. 1, old Broad Street and 16, pall mall London. Subscribed and invested capital one million six us Bibbd thousand pounds. Bates or insurance. Yoen Lwan. 1st cla88. Buildings of Brick or Stone with. S. A. Roofs of slate tile or Metal detached. 7 6 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of. ? ? other buildings of like construction and having proper party Walls to 0 ditto ditto ditto to inferior buildings ? 12 6 2nd class. Buildings of Brick or Stone with ? roofs of Shingle detached ? 12 6 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of other buildings of like construction and having proper party Walls ? 15 ? 3rd class. Buildings All or in part of Wood ?. Detached ? v ? 25 0 ditto adjoining to or within the risk of other buildings ? ? .3q.o All cases involving risks not comprised in the above tables will be arranged by special agreement. Buildings where hazardous trades Are carried on or in which hazardous goods Are deposited or without proper party Walls will be subject to an additional rate of 2. 6d. Per cent for the 1st and 2nd class arid 5s. Per cent forthe 3rd class. 1 ii h the company also undertake to Grant Assurance on ships in Harbour at the following rates 1 year. 6 Mon. 3 Mon. S. D. $. D. M. D. With condition against repairing 0 0 7 6 5 0 with Uberty to repair ? 15 0 10 6 7 6 building. ? ? ? 21 0 15 0 10 6 hazardous trades. Bread and. Biscuit Bakers Penters chemists coach makers Coopers cabinetmakers distillers liquor and spirit shops oilmen printers ship and boat builders blacksmiths and the like. Hazardous goods. Cotton hemp flax Oil pitch tar Iii Rosin Saltpetre spirits tallow turpentine and others of 1 an equally dangerous character. In a. ,v a ? pro agent Noftz Terraso

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Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!