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Adelaide Times (Newspaper) - April 9, 1849, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Fob. London. A a Jular trader. Well Kii own first class last sat Irig barque Royal Amchir. 31 j teas per Register fre Derick Scott commander will sail on or about thel5th instant this vessel has room for a few Cabin and Ete Erugie passengers. For particulars apply to Captain Scott on Board or to a. L. Elder & co. Adelaide april 2,1849. I Fob London direct. First class barque Cecilta 800 tons John Byron com Mander will meet with Quick despatch. Has room for a few Light goods. Apply to John Hart King William Street. Adelaide march20, 1849 Tor London direct. The Fine a 1 teak ship a David mave Olmi 495 tons per Register belong ing to messes us. Dunbar and sons. W. Smith com Mander. This regular trader is expected in about ten "s4ff Frith Quick despatch and m g. Be f. J Becka Street March 23, .1849 a Vaneen will be made on wheat or other pro does shipped by this vessel. Fob Launceston direct. The Fine packet Rig Halcyon 240 tons s. Tulloch commander will leave for the above port on thursday the 12th instant. For freight or passage having first rate a Tommo Daviou apply on Board or to John Newman. Port Adelaide. April 3rd, 1849. April 7 1849. Captain Robson of the Britannia hereby gives notice that he will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any of his Crew. April 7,1849. �1aptain Nicholson of the Calphurnia hereby gives notice that he will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his Crew. April 7, 1849. Captain Morrison of the William Watson Here by gives notice that he will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any of his Crew testimonial to Captain Ito son of the Thurque " Bri Tanni of London. R1esolution agreed to on the 29th off March 1849, and forwarded to Captain Robson on the same Day by his passengers into st Mojay their regard to him personally and of their estimation of his kind attention to them on their passage out to port Adelaide resolved that the marked and warmest thank s of the passengers on Board this ship Are due to Captain Robson the commander for his general care and attention to their Comfort and happiness during so Long a voyage particularly in allowing them the free use of the Quarter deck As Well As for Bis constant kindness to the sick. Signed a a. Pud Frederick Davis j. K. Ferrabee or an Dirsa. J. Fully c. Harding and wife Thomas Gide. Henry Melvern Gist Gardiner Chapman Hansell Henry. Foot and family James croaker John Fox and family j. P. Ballom 0. B. Wiyet Samuel Allen Wal Long Gnu fray be and wife 8amnel Paul. S. W Wallace professor of music d. Williams Richard Bool James Gardner Thomas Cernok and family John Williat son an us von Duat Ertho. In Flemming. Dels sigh i beg through you to make my warmest thanks to the parties whose names Are appended to the Resolution which you have been kind enough to Forward to me and have Only in re turn to express my ardent Hope both with reference to you Ana themselves that your change of abode from the land of your birth do that of your adoption my answer All your Best expectations. Lam dear sir yours truly Captain m. Seq bios. Brit Ettnia Agneil 7, 1849. Bene Watson Fol cute chief cleric in the customs respectfully announce a that he has reverted to his original occupation that � chemist and druggist having served Bia apprenticeship to his father a surgeon and Ghenn st and been some time with Uto eminent London House of John Bell & co., Oxford Street. Henry Watson intends on saturday the 24th instant to open the shop lately the Exchange Comer of Hindley and ehg William streets arid to devote unremitting personal attention to the preparation of prescriptions and dispensing of Medicine. He will also vend cigars perfumery a. At the suggestion of some of his medical friends he will for the convenience of the inhabitants of North Adelaide keep at his private residence a Supply of drugs available in any Case of exigency occurring at night and written orders left at any time there will meet with prompt attention old Exchange auction Mart Hindley Street March 21, 1849. On Sale at the stores of the undersigned Robe cargo of the Nortenia from China a consisting of the following description of teas selected expressly for this Market Viz Congo very Fine in chests ditto in Hau chests and boxes Hyson skin ditto ditto Souchon ditto ditto ditto Congo ditto 12 catty boxes Gunpowder very Fine Gaper m half Chest and 10 catty boxes ditto ditto ditto ditto scented Manila cigars 4 and 5, a a. P. A Bax prospectus. Strathalbyn mining company. Provisional committee or. Rankin c. Stirling Esq. E. Stirling Esq. W. H. Clark Esq. A. L. Elder Esq. Fee proprietors of several valuable Mineral sections at Strathalbyn propose to consolidate their interest to been and to form a company under the above designation for the purpose of efficiently working the lodes already discovered on the property. On reference to the appended report of Captain pase Oev it will be seen that the disco veries already made have established beyond a doubt the great value of this property several tons of Ore 60 or 70 having been already raised a Small parcel of which has been forwarded to England and a considerable Quantity remains at the mines. The property which consists of eight sections has already acquired some notoriety As " or. Rankine a and " or Clark s mines is adjoining and surrounds the Section on which the Enterprise mining company have recently made such valuable discoveries which materially enhances the value of this property the lodes passing directly through part of the sections the proprietors not feeling disposed to in cur the outlay which the full development of the mines would entail have agreed to Divide their interest into 2400 shares of �5 each and to dispose of 400 shares or a sixth of their interest to provide a working capital which they have therefore determined to offer to the Public applications for which will be received until the 14th april next. As soon As one half Are subscribed for and the amount deposited in the Bank of South Australia the company to be considered As formed after which a meeting of the shareholders will lie duly convened and Trie tees appointed when the sections with huts Smith s shop All tools and materials including a horse whim and All the Ore now at grass will be transferred to the trustees then appointed. Directors will also be chosen for its future government who will prepare the deed of settlement and have the entire control of the management. Applications for shares to be made to or John w. F. Dalton provisional Secretary Peacock s buildings until the 14th april next. Adelaide March 8, 1849. Kepote. These sections consisting of eight extend North and South on the continuity of the lodes for upwards of two Miles Over which ground 6tones of Copper ores have been found. In the Section South of or Clark s two lodes have been discovered on which three shafts have been sunk the most southerly one called Arthurs seat being 13 fathoms deep on the East lode inclining two and a half feet from the perpendicular and varying from Twenty inches to three feet in Width composed of Steatite called Pryon which is generally considered favourable for Copper ores and Grey human of a soapstone character in which is found Black and yellow Sulphur ets of Copper and Iron Pyrites. A level has been driven at the Bottom of this Shaft six fathoms through Good Ore ground the lode in the present end being three feet wide and promises to be productive of Copper As it goes North. I would recommend the continuing to drive this end North. Mary s Shaft to the North of Arthur s seat is sunk 17 fathoms from surface. The lode continues about three feet wide on an Angle of forty five degrees through a Rich Micah eos Clay slate which when found in Many of the old mining districts is considered favourable for minerals. The direction of the lode is North and South and at the Bottom of the Shaft is several feet wide. The East or hanging Wall not being discovered As yet this lode consists of Black and yellow sulphates of Copper and Iron Pyrites. " Cooper s Shaft about 40 fathoms apart from " Mary s Shaft and supposed to be on the same lode is Down about 6 fathoms. The lode is from two to three feet wide composed of Green and Blue Carbonate red oxide and yellow sulphate of Copper intersected with Iron Pyrites in Quartz. From this Shaft about six tons of Rich Copper ores have been raised and several tons of less Quality but which will do1 for smelting on the spot and i understand that a Furnace will be soon erected at or near the mine. There sue also several tons of ores raised from Arthur s seat and Mary s shafts which when dressed will make a Good per rent age of Copper. To the South of " Arthur s seat Shaft about one Hundred fathoms there is a Large Iron course running in a North and South direction in which is found portions of Blue and Green Carbonate of Copper m a crystallized state promising to be productive of Copper ores in depth. There have been some operations on the southernmost Section on a Large Iron course found in the Carbonate of Lime running in a North and South direction in which the Blue and Green carbonates Are disseminated and i have no doubt by strict investigation of the property several other lodes will be discovered. The formation of the country is very regu Lar and continuous and is composed of a Mica cetus Clay slate Carbonate of Lime intersected with Quartz and is very near a Large course of be Lopatic Rock without which there is riot a Copper mine of Long standing in existence. I assayed a Sample of the Black sulphate and found it contained 26 per cent of Copper and also found the same Ore to contain 17 of. Of Silver to the ton. By strict attention to the ores i have no doubt but More Silver will be found As is generally the Case in the Cornish Copper mines. I am sir yours obediently j. B. Pascoe. Adelaide and suburban building society. Persons desirous of joining this society can do so by applying to the Secretary Oil the following terms in lieu of the Back pay merits fee 10s. Subscription 58 per week. Geo. Brun skiis Secretary. Anted immediately 2000 clean ewes with watered run. Also 1000 Lamb. Apply to e. N. Emmett & co. Royal mining company. Attendance will in future be Given at the company s office Peacock s build Ings Hindley Street every wednesday and Friday from 11 to 1 o clock to receive Signa Tures of the shareholders to the deed of Settle ment and to Exchange share certificates for Deposit receipts lodged with the Secretary upon which the late Call Haa been paid. Geo. Stevenson. Secretary. Adelaide March 27, 1849. South australian provincial mining association. To owners of Mineral lands. Parties possessed of Mineral lands in the province and who May be disposed to lease the same to the above association May be supplied with 44 forms of tender on application at the office or to any of the local agents of the association. E. L. Grundy Secretary. Office King William Street next door to the4 Southern Cross hotel March 5, 1849. Pakingan mining company. N Otice is hereby Given that at a special general meeting of proprietors held on the 26th january 1849, it was resolved that a Call of three pounds per share be determined upon and is hereby made and that the same be paid by equal instalments of ten shillings per share on the following dates 1st March 1st june 1st september 1st de Cember 1849, and 1st March and 1st june i860, at the office of the paring mining oink and in Gilbert place Adelaide Between the hours of eleven and two o clock of the same Days. W. S. Whitington Secretary. Adelaide feb. 1, 1849. Adelaide Silver Lead mines. To miners. Several pitches Are open to Competition in the above mines situate at Glen Osmond the takers can arrange for the whole of each pitch. Application to Captain Pascoe at the mine. Fifty pounds Reward. Ripe proprietors of sections 802, 803, and 808, adjoining the port Lincoln mine will give the above sum to any persons Dis covering and pointing out a Good workable lode of Copper Ore on any of these sections. Apply to air m. Smith Gawler place air Levi or air Ai Ellister of Rundle Street. Mineral assaying. Of the subscriber who has just arrived in the Colony and who is erecting an assay office at the rear of the 44 Cor Nish miners arms late the boar s i Lead in Rundle Street respectfully solicits a share of the patronage of mining proprietors agents tributes and others and having been exclusively engaged in that profession during the last eighteen years in the mining districts of Redruth Illo Gari Cathorne fac in Cornwall and in Ireland feels confident that the Correct Ness of the assays which May be entrusted to his care will not fail to give entire satisfaction to those who May feel disposed to favour him with their support. William ii. James. Alo Phett Street Adelaide March 31, 1849. Seaside and Rural building association. Shares �100, payable by weekly instalments of 5s. To View members Are admitted by paying arrears on a scale of weekly payments which can he ascertained at the office. 7 his association affords to its members an easy Means of building houses and of purchasing properties especially desirable to parties holding leasehold property " with right of Purchase the rules and abstract of the deed of Settle ment can be had on application to r. B. Colley Secretary. Office Gilbert place Hindley Street. Port Adelaide boiling Down establishment. A s this establishment will shortly close for the season parties having Stock to Send in Are requested to make immediate arrange ments. A. L. Elder & co. Grenfell Street March 7, 18 49. Exchange. Timis establishment now offers Many be Culiar advantages to the merchant set Tler and tradesman. The capacious Hall has been fitted up with Complete accommodation for the prompt despatch of general Busi Ness. On the tables will be found Book files of British colonial and Adelaide newspapers and a most valuable collection of maps of the special surveys districts and townships throughout South Australia the acts of Council a ship Register shewing arrival and departure of vessels at the port As Well As a variety of postal local and Mineral information not otherwise obtainable. Free admission for commanders of vessels during their stay at the port and All respect Able newly arrived persons introduced by sub scribers for Twenty one Days after such introduction. Wool. The undersigned Are purchasers of woo for Cash or will make advances on consignments to their friends in London. Montefiore & co. Church of England collegiate school. A n adjourned Public meeting of the proprietary of the above institution will be held at the Trinity Church school room on easter monday the 9th april 1849, to receive the report of the sub committee empowered to Confer with the lord Bishop of the diocese on the framing of a Constitution for the above institution and in Case of the report being adopted to elect eight governors from the body of the proprietors. The chair will be taken by the lord Bishop at one o clock precisely. G. W. Hawkes Secretary. Adelaide March 22, 1849. """thec0l0nial labour office. Acting committee Hon. We. Smillie a Mcdermott Esq. " Jacob Hagen William Giles " William Allen Esq. Samuel stocks " Phe committee Are prepared to receive tenders for a two rocked office in the Busi Ness part of the town for the remainder of the e present year. Also for the situation of clerk to whom a respectable salary will be Given. It is How Ever requisite that candidates shall have been three years in the Colony. The committee earnestly solicit subscriptions towards this institution More particularly from residents in the country upon whom the com Mittee Are unable to Call. Subscriptions May be paid into the Bank of j Australasia or to Samuel stocks Esq., sen., to whom communications Are for the present to be addressed at the Exchange. Reduced rates. Imperial fire insurance company. Subscribed and invested capital �1,500,000. Jyates of insurance 1st class buildings of Brick or Stone with roofs of slate tile or Metal detached or separated by perfect party Walls and parapet from adjoining buildings 15 o cent. Increasing rates for additional risks 2 6 " 2nd class buildings of Brick or Stone with roofs of Shingle or Broad paling detached from All other buildings of a similar character by a distance of fifty. Feet 22 6 " ditto adjoining buildings of a like construction 31 6 " increasing rates for additional risks 5 0 " la recent advices the agent is empowered to reduce the rates about one eighth All cases involving risks not comprised in the above tables to be arranged by special agree ment. Buildings where hazardous trades Are carried on or in which hazardous goods Are deposited will be subject to an addition a rate according to their class. Hazardous trades bread and biscuit Bakers blacksmiths carpenters chemists each makers Coopers cabinetmakers distillers liquor and spirit shops oilmen printers ship and boat builders and the like. Hazan Doxas , hemp flax Oil pitch tar Rosin Saltpetre spirits tallow turpentine and others of an equally dangerous character. Agent John Morphett North Terrace. To Tweeddale physician a Coucher surgeon in her majesty s Navy and late senior physician to the Royal metropolitan Hospital for the diseases of children a Couch eur to the benevolent for delivering married women at their own Homes Patron the Queen physician to the Royal naval school Camberwell patrons the lords of the admiralty having Practised in every part of the Globe and for the last Twenty years in London begs to acquaint the residents in South Australia that he has commenced practice at his House Laundle Street where he May be consulted. February 1849. Let four Hundred acres of excellent agricultural land on the Gawler Plains adjoining the township of Salisbury and 1 within fourteen Miles of Adelaide. For particulars apply to or Tweeddale Rundle Street. Just published j Price sixpence i and on Sale at the South australian office Rundle Street j Adelaide times office Corner i of King William Street Platts a Exchange 1 portico and opposite Rosita Street a pm at d Arey s stationery warehouse hint Ley Street i the South australian Commer i Cial Sheet almanac for 1849. This almanac is the largest Best and cheapest Ever yet produced in Adelaide. Contents eclipses for i 849 government offices and officers arrival and departure of mails Bank holidays hours of business a. Law courts Law terms fees a. The new South australian Tariff masonic lodges and Lodge nights Odd Fellows lodges and Lodge nights mining companies and mining offices justices of peace for the province building societies and insurance companies medical and Legal professions &c., a. A Delaide nov. 23, 1848. Yan pie men s Lane Timber. Prtrt a Art feet sawn Timber 50,000 paling laths and shingles daily expected sex Stirlingshire on Sale by Dickenson Brothers & co., Rundle Street. Emigration and colonization. Immigration being much required in Australia new zealand a. And As the supposed expense of the outfit often prevents individuals from emigrating s. W. Silver & co., clothiers outfitters and contractors having a Large interest to maintain in these colonies have been advised to make known that they can Supply outfits for male or female emigrants from four pounds net upwards or less when needful and for children m pro portion at 4, Bishops Gate Street within opposite the London tavern. S. W. S. & co., being the makers of nearly every article in All the outfits they Supply and As one of their objects is to promote Emi Gration they neither receive from agents or pay the too usual commission to any person introducing passengers to be fitted out so that the passage and outfit May be procured at the least possible expense but they will on application advise passengers How to obtain the most economic passage to the colonies. They have a representative in every australian Colony to whom they ship clothing monthly thus they would Forward Small parcels free of expense. Naval and military officers midshipmen cadets civilians ladies &c., Are outfitted As heretofore at the Cabin passenger outfitting warehouse nos. 66 and 67 Cornhill the emigration outfitting being exclusively at no. 4, Bishops Gate Street within London and each Branch at st. George s Crescent Liverpool. A list of articles absolutely necessary for a fit out to Australia new zealand &c., supplied by s. W. Silver & co., clothiers outfitters and contractors no. 4, Bishops Gate Street within London and st. Geerge s Crescent Liverpool male. Female. 2 jackets 2 dresses 2 waistcoats 6 chemises 2 pairs of trousers 2 sleeping jackets 1 Duck frock 1 flannel Petticoat 12 shirts 2 Cotton ditto 12 pairs of stockings 1 pair of stays 8 handkerchiefs 6 pairs of stockings 6 towels 1 cloak 2 pairs of braces 2 bonnets for Fine and 2 sheets counterpane rough weather Blanket and bed 1 shawl 1 Cap and weather hat 6 handkerchiefs 2 pairs of shoes 6 Caps 1 hair Brush and comb 16 towels 1 razor and strop Box 2 sheets 1 counter and Glass pane Blanket and 1 knife and Fork plate bed Mug table and Tea 2 pairs of shoes spoon 1 knife Fork plate Mug 6 lbs. Of soap and table Ana Tea spoon Needles thread a. 6 lbs. Of soap and 1 Chest Needles thread a. 1 hair Brush and comb 1 Chest for four pounds net. For four pounds net. Cabin passengers outfitted at nos. 66 and 67, Cornhill As heretofore. Parties in this Colony wishing to assist their friends in England in the shape of outfit passage Money &c., can do so free of com Mission through the medium of Abraham Scott Blyth s buildings Adelaide. Robert Goodwin North Adelaide Vivki Nesmith and worker in metals 13 respectfully informs the Gentry merchants and other inhabitants of the province of South Australia that he manufactures and repairs All descriptions of wire work Garden implements Iron fencing and verandahs Iron chairs and bedsteads and children s cots and chaises locks and latches bottle jacks clocks lamps Patent and other Scales guns fenders &c., &c., a. Iron buckets sack Barrows and Iron wheel Barrows Chimney piece bars and Tye bars for buildings made to order. Butchers knives and implements ground cooking utensils culinary and All articles in Metal for Domestic uses put into order. Bells Given. French and italian languages. Signor Caporelli teacher of French and italian having lately arrived in this province begs to give notice that he is pre pared to receive pupils at his lodgings attend schools or private families for the purpose of giving instructions in the above languages. To meet the wishes of a few of Signor Capo Relli s friends he has determined should sufficient inducement offer to open evening classes in Adelaide for the instruction of Young gentlemen in both the above named languages at such hour and in such place As May hereafter be agreed upon and of which further notice will be Given. For further particulars apply to m. D Arcy bookseller and stationer Hindley Street or to Signor Caporelli personally or by letter at the " Clarendon hotel Hindley Street. References of the first respectability kindly permitted. Feb. 24, 1849. The cheapest tailoring establishment in town opposite the freemasons tavern Pirie Street. Ripe undersigned in returning his thanks to his friends &c., and the Public Gene rally for the very Liberal support he has met with since his commencement in business on his own account takes this Opportunity of in forming them that in addition to his present Well assorted Stock of goods he will receive in a few weeks a Choice selection of the Best Sydney tweeds which he is determined to make up at his usual Low prices and in a Man Ner in Point Offit and door Manship not to be excelled in the Colony. furnishing their own material can have it made up according to order Ait a very moderate charge. John Macdonald tailor a. Pirie Street March 12, 1849. A gentleman who has Good in England and with �500 at imm actions mediate command is desirous of becoming a partner in a drapery or Ironmongery establishment. Address with full particulars to a. 13.,-at the office of this paper. Confidence May be relied on. Vied at the auction Mart tavern Hindley Street after a severe indisposition of longstanding general the old general was Well known and much respected during 1848. Although an armistice of one month was granted after the last charge at the Battle of accounts the disobedience of his orderer and the bad checks he received were More than he could Beer having been for some time a eing so preyed upon his spirits that after to neing for a Short period he called upon his Porter to convey him to his peaceful Home. His loss will be chiefly Felt by those that did not appreciate him while living. His Only surviving relation is. Or. Cash who will make a great reduction in the general s wholesale charges trusting All families will see the advantage of marching in his ranks and enlist at once under his Banner. List of the reduced wholesale prices for Cash Only. S. D. Brandy Pale Cognac. Per bottle 4 0 " Martell s " 3 0 Gin Hollands " 3 0 whiskey scotch " 3 0 rum Jamaica " 2 6 Sherry " 3 0 port � 3 0 ale Byass s " 10 Porter " " 10 ale Burton per quart 1 0 Porter Taylor a. " 10 ale Clark s xxx. 0 6 Champagne Claret Hock Madeira Lisbon Cape &c., &c., at the same reduced prices. G. Coppin " auction Mart tavern Selling off 2he Stock in Trade of the " auction Mart " Cigar divan. Al Tanila and Javannah cigars Cavendish negro head and shag tobacco walking and Riding Sticks fancy Senuto Cigar cases snuff boxes pipes matches a. G. Coppin. Shoe depot Hindley Street. T. C. Beat Slegl j 16 inform the inhabitants of Adelaide that he has just returned from the Lon Don and Continental markets with the most extensive assortment of ladies gentlemen a and children s boots and shoes Ever imported to the Colony which for style workmanship an durability combined with cheapness can not be surpassed. J Platts s Library established 1840containing upwards of three thousand volumes of popular novels periodicals a. Subscription nine shillings per Quarter. On Sale at Platts s Book stores the Knight of Gwynne lever Charles o Malley ditto Harry Lor Requer ditto Arthur o Leary ditto the convict James Russell ditto sir Theodore Houghton ditto Anne Eyre Bell children often Elforest Marryatt now and then Warren Harold Buller Grantley Manor Fullerton castles in the air Gore school books. Mavors Vyse a Fenning s Universal car Penters butter a Steill s pictorial and other spelling books grammars geographies arithmetic primers alphabets a. Platts King William Street and Hindley Street. Orders forwarded to England every fortnight. Drapery drapery drapery. An endless variety of autumn and Winter drapery at astonishing Low prices. S. Hart next to Blyth Brothers Hindley Street. Clothing clothing clothing. An extensive Stock of boys clothing now Selling off either wholesale or retail at such prices never before known of in South Australia to make room for other fresh supplies daily expected. I hat importer j nest to Blyth Brothers Hindley Street. Sex just Landing Hogsheads Taylor s London Brown Stout Dunbar s bottled ale and Porter Pale Cognac Brandy in cases. Frederick Fisher Hindley Street. Forj5ale. Illunga township. A allotments in this Beautiful township " Lor Sale. Credit will be Given for the Purchase Money. For plan and particulars apply to ii. Johnson solicitor King William Street t overs of real Honeydew tobacco prime Manila Cigar Lundy foot s Irish blackguard Plain and scented rappers Prince s mixture and scotch Brown snuffs can get a Supply and Arcy s Hin by Street. Jtt3t pfbtj.3hed, and to be had at the " Adelaide times office King William Street at Platte s old established stationery warehouses Exchange portico adjoin leg Street and at m. � Druyf bookseller and stationer sin Dey Street Allen s Adelaide news letter a periodical devoted exclusively to the Static tics of South Australia Ryphe leading object of the new let Tab is to abridge the labour of correspondence with our mends at a distance by furnishing through the medium of & carefully printed collection of ascertained facts without any expression of opinion upon them a True picture of our collective and individual advancement which can either be transmitted As an Ordinary newspaper free of All charge or be forwarded with such manuscript additions As May shit the taste of the transmitter As an letter to any part of the world on the payment of a single postage. Contents 1. Geographical position of South Australia. 2. Climate of South Australia lowest highest Ahdor average temperature for 1848. Hot warm and Cool winds abstract of rain Guage kept in Adelaide. 3. Government of South Australia list of governors. Government officers for 1849. Representative institutions. 4. To pulsation of South Australia population from 1844 to 1847. Analysis of increase. Estimated population on 1st March 1849. 5. Sale and occupation of Crown lands in South Australia Sale of Crown lands from 1835 to december j 848, shewing the Quantity sold in each year. The average Price per acre and the year s Purchase Money. Occupation of Crown lands How and by whom wild land unsold. 6. Receipts and expenditure of South Australia comparative return for 1846 and 1847. Revenue and each Quarter from 1844 to 1848. Table of salaries to Public officers. 7. Banking establishments of South Australia South australian banking company. Bank of Australasia. South australian savings Bank. 8. Mines and smelting works in South Australia list of mines and mining companies with the capital of each. Burra Burra mines shewing the Quantity of Ore raised the dividends declared and the liabilities and. Assets of the company at the Date of their last report. Export of Lead and Copper Ore from 1843 to 1848. Smelting establishments up to this Date. 9. Pastoral and agricultural statistics of South Australia land under cultivation from 1843 to december 1848. Live Stook from 1843 to december 1848. Prices for bread and fresh meat from 1844 to december 1847. 10. General commercial statistics imports and exports for. 1845, 1846, and 1847 total imports and exports for 1848 exports produce of the Colony for 1848, shewing the nature of each. 11. Churches chapels and schools in South Australia 12. Newspapers periodical literature licensed auctioneers &cr., ac., a. Township of count Barkert Rolce is hereby Given that i shall Sublon Mit to Public auction on the Day of the show the 12th april next All my allotments of land in the above township Bein deter mined that All parties shall have fair play and. No favour. Terms ten per cent Cash Down on fall of Hammer the remainder by Bills at three six nine and twelve months. The conveyances will be made out on the acceptance of the Bills and the deeds will be deposited in the Bank of South Australia until the last of the Bills is paid when of course they will belong to the purchasers. The attention of All parties who desire to have a Good situation is called to the announce ment As i am determined that the township shall go a head John Finnis. Mount Barker March 20, 1849. To newly arrived immigrants. Ryphe High rents of Adelaide and dearth of accommodation for new Comers have induced the proprietor of a Block of land at Norwood within Ope mile of the Centre of the City to Lay it out in allotments of about one Rood and varying in Price from �11 to �20 each. The situation is most Delight til a Central allotment is reserved for the purpose of school or Chapel. Plans and. Prices can be seen at the Adelaide times office Corner of King William Street at the " maid and mag pie Norwood and at the residence of or w. C. Stamp Kensington who will be Happy to afford new Comers every information As to the Cost of building a. The title is unexceptionable. The payments Are 20 per cent in Cash and 20 per cent at 6, 12, 18, and 24 months respectively the Bills to Bear Date from april 1st, 1849." g. Griffin watch and clock maker e6s to inform his friends and the colonists that he has erected a Large work shop behind his premises and engaged several More men to afford every facility for the execution of work entrusted to his care with the same precision and despatch As in England and that he has on Sale a Stock of Gold and Silver watches plated goods Gruet stands candlesticks &c., a. Spectacles of All sorts with convex Orion Cave glasses thermometers jewellery wed Ding Kings a. A Large Stock of american and other clocks. Hindley st Reet March 1849. Notice. B1 i he undersigned requests that All claims against him on account of the auction Mart stables be presented for payment and also requests that All outstanding debts due to him on the same account be paid Oft or before the end of april instant after that Date they will be placed in the hands of my solicitor for collection. My stable keeper Thomas Hodgkins will be responsible for All charges Oil horses put up at my stables after saturday the,14th instant As on that Date All my credit accounts of every description Are closed. John Fuller auction Mart stables. March 19, 1849. To re sold a Good Brick House near Tow containing seven rooms with a thriving Garden Well of water Liberal. Apply t

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