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3 Nov 1854

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3 Nov 1854

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Adelaide Times (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia a notice to advertisers. The terms for Adver 131 Tisi Ngare for the first six lines. Island threepence Var line for every additional line each insertion. Short advertisements under six lines c per line or if continued for a period Liberal discount allowed accor my to scale. The number of insertions must be legibly Ivr Itten on the manuscript order or the advertisement will be continued until countermanded and charged for accordingly. All notices to countermand or alter advertisements must be in writing and sent in previous4o 5 o clock of the Day before publication. Steam to Southampton carry ing her majesty contract general screw steam shipping com Pany s Fine Iron steam ship Calcutta 1800 tons Register and 3u0 horse Power f. Blackmore Esq. Commander will leave Melbourne or Southampton with the contract mail on or about the 10th november q it. The mail Steamer bosporus will convey the passengers from this port free of extra charge. For plans of accommodation rate of freight a. And a f. J. Beck & co. Adelaide. Peninsular and Oriental away steam navigation company. Team to Melbourne and q. Sydney the company s Stettn ship Norn a 1040 tons 230 horse Power h. Down commander is expected to arrive at this port with the Overland mail of the 9 h september on the 7th Proximo and will be despatched with us Little delay As possible for melb mine and Sydney affording a Good Opportunity for passengers proceeding to the eastward. The above ship is expected to arrive Here on her h one Ward voyage from Sydney on the 26th Proximo and after a detection of c2 hours will proceed to Point de Galle with the Overland mail touching at King George s sound. Passengers intending to Avail themselves of this Opportunity of proceeding to India China or England Are requested to secure their passages before the ship leaves this on her outward voyage so that the necessary accommodation May be reset Ved. For rates of passage freight of Gold and other particulars apply to l. Thomas agent Green s Exchange and port. Adelaide october 31st, 1854. Do for port Steamer Young australian will sail Tor the above port on Sauil Day the. 11th nov her should suck i Orient int iucetiiet11 offer of or before the 9ih, on which Date notice will be Given. For freight or passage apply to capt Lawrance port or to pm. Gill. 2, Gilbert place. To will be necessary for gentlemen to provide their own bedding. Steam to port Elli o t. The a1 screw Steamer Iron Prince _ 250 tons Burthen and 50 horse Power will sail Forte above port on thursday 2nd november at 8 o clock p re. For freight or passage a nov to w i. Young husband jun., of co. Steam to port Elliot and River Murray River Murray navigation company s Cadell s lady Augusta line of a1 Iron screw Steamer Iron Prince 250 tons Burthen and 5t� horse Power i 1 continue to traite re tit arly he Ween port Ade itching at intermediate ports when sufficient inducement offers until further to port Elliot will be taken at 60s per tin. After Cabin �3 10s ditto with return ticket �5 5si fore Cabin�2, exclusive of i nors. Fun l particulars As to freight and passage on the River May be had at the Tolice of the agents for the company we. Younghusband jun., & co. Of a Prince s wharf or Gilbert place. In n Istl p a 0lv e t London. The Well known British built ship Victoria 524 tons a 1 for 13 years , commander will be ready to receive Wool for London on monday next november 6th, and having the Grea or por Tion of her cargo engaged will be punctually despatched in december. For terms of freight or passage apply to Alex. Thomson Rundle Street october 30th. Wool ship for Fine fast sailing barque alceste in 500 tons Al for 10 years Captain Geo. Anderson having the greater portion of iter cargo already in Saied will have immediate dispatch for the above port. In order to effect a material saving to shippers in the rates of insurance the agents guarantee not to take More than two thirds her Register tonnage in dead weight. For particulars of freight on ool Gold &c., apply to , we Joseph stilling & co. We. Younghusband jun., & co september 4th, 1854. Do Wool ship i or Fine first class barque John i Ullett bit 5? ""450 tons Burthen James English com Mander hag been Laid on the berth for London and having the greater portion of her cargo engaged will have Quick despatch. This vessel has Superior accommodation for Cabin Pas sengers a limited number of whom Only will be taken. For freight of Wool or Opp september 27, 1854. Wool Gold and passenger ship for London Fine fast sailing favorite Clipper barque to. Irene Al 447 tons d Bruce Conn Nader having arrived from London discharge and reload for the above port immediately. ,. For passage hating Superior poop and t Ween deck accommodation for freight of Wool and Gold apply to John de pass \ co., Grenfell Street j or capt. Scott port. October so 1854, for Mei i Tuune Al Clipper barque Nav Krui Alice Brooks Davidson commander will positively sail for the above port on monday next nov her 6th. For freight or passage apply to j. F. Duff & co., pot or to j. F. Duff Barnard s Exchange. October 30th. 1854. Fob sail in about ten Days. The Al isl a d lady for freight or passage apply to the Captain in Board or to Ocraman Cooke. & co., Currie Street. 26tb october 1854. For the Mauritius the Fine teak built barque Eleanor h. O co pc Miu auder will sail for the i above port in ten Days. For freight or a Jage having Good accommodation apply Joseph stilling & co., Hindley Street. Sabine Blundell & co., port. October 14th. For port Elliot encounter Bay and fast railing Cutter Fryk Gem 63 tons Regis or a. Mccoy master Beng Laid on As a regular trailer will sail for the above ports on thursday november 2nd. Freight 40s per ton. Cabin passage including provisions �2 2 0 Steerage do exclusive of do 110 apply to j. F. Duff & co. Port Adelaide or to j. F. Bottom Ley port Elliot. Arque Blenheim from London this vessel having arrived at her moorings consignees Are requested to pass their entries without Day c. Cleve & co. 26th october 1854. B a que Irene from be to Conj signers. The above vessel having arrived at her moorings consignees Are requested to pay their freight account and Pas entries for their goods in terms f Bills of lading. John de pass & co. Grenfell Street october 30, 1851. Eldorado from Glasgow. All claims against the above vessel Are required to be left at the office of the undersigned on or before saturday first 4th november. W m. L. Mackie. October 30th. Is 14. A a nne fobs per from Liverpool. This vessel being ready to discharge. Consignees Are re Quested to pass their entries without delay. Hall & co., agents. Port Adelaide 27th october 1s14. So. Phillips custom House agent. Esta Blis Lueil 1839. Ort Adelaide times and dispatch Sanson grocer North Parade port has been appointed an agent for the Sale of the daily times and weekly Dis Patch " and to receive advertisements. Londo Agency the subscriber begs to inform his friends in South Australia that haying removed put Condon with the View of again engaging in mercantile up fruits he will be Happy to receive consignments of produce or Evecuti any business entrusted to him through his representatives at Adelaide messes elder and a a. L. Elder. 2 Fenchurch buildings Fenchurch Street 10th july. 1s54 do ski cultural i it elements an1 a . Tux Foladare authorised to inform tiie farming and mercantile interest they Aie the manufacturer s sole consignees and appointed agents in s uth Australia for the Sale of All the improved Agri cultural machinery manufactured by or w. Crosskill of the Patent wheel works Beverley Yorkshire and that All orders should to entrusted to messes. Tux Borl to ensure Early completion and on the most reasonable terms sport Nan s hotel gouger and Grote streets u is i s d Rish whisk Landing sex Anne Forster a few bids. And of Choice old Dublin whiskey . Early application of our usual customers Aud others for this Well kit in Braml is requested. Iwfe2 u. N. Bagot a co. In 13 ago Tot co., importers Ami wholesale wine and spirit merchants. King William treet adjacent to the Union Bank. A Choice selection of wines spirits Beer &e., always in Stock. Do to received sex Graaf Dirk ,70 quarters of very Superior Pale malt. La Chas. Plat i s. Harvest wines. Best Harve i wines can he had in any Quantity from one bottle upwards at 2s. Per bottle at the Eagle tavern Hindley Street. October 13 1854 do Ujj Alvest wines. Harvest wines. 10,000 Gallons o Harvest wines at Peter g. Harris so coldest wine and spirit s ores. Him Llev Street. Pro \citecoal.craw. A Ford Bri thers have Rece Ved a Supply of s i Okel Ess co Al fit for burning in lieu of Chare Al admirably adapted for drying malt for which purpose its Cost is Only equal to one four i the Price of charcoal. Price delivered in town 10s per to a. Hindmarsh Mill 3 the october 18.14. Do or ale Porter wines. Spirits a. The undersigned have room for 3 to hods to s Ore in their und Cears the temperature of which does not exceed 66 degrees dining the hot winds. Tunis 3d per had per week retiring de Var ing and cooperage. Crawford Brothers. October 3 the 184. Wire fencing agr1cul i ral imply men i a at the stores of the undersigned galvanized wire not. 4, 6 and 8, for fencing Iron standards for fencing with or without wire Iron Gates Russov s reaping machines crossbill s clo crushers Broad cast sowing machine Patent churns do. Cheese presses do. Wino presses wire Camp stools wire sieves. Elder & co. Laily expected d per oceanic Field Patent starch Wother soon s scotch lozenges and commits jellies and jams made and packed expressly for exportation. These goods have always commanded a Large Sale in the Colony. William Tyler agent in Adelaide. October 31. Row a Lvingston Brothers & co. General importers and commission merchants just received sex Gezina from London groceries oilmen s stores fruits walnuts and others White Lead paints Olonis oils turns and sundries window Glass 16 of and 86 of. Size 28 x 34 to 4 x 43 inches hardware goods various earthenware assorted furniture London made Large wardrobes chairs chef pioneers Superior articles and a variety of other goods by Livingston Brothers & co., Currie Street 50 Yards West from the theatre. October 21st. I8s4. Unvtl2 Rompton Lime Obricic. And Timber Yard constantly on Sale by the undersigned bricks of the Best Quality Best Lime. Is 6d per Bushel deals of ail lengths and sizes Cut and uncut j stringy bark sawn stuff paling shingles slates laths to. Dray poles Singapore boards a. Timber Carriage Ami Crabb winches for hire. The above delivered to order on the shortest notice and at the lowest prices. Thomas Hinckley. October 11th. 1814 do it Tillung slate quarried a. Hughes to bogs to inform builders and the Public in general the t he i prepared o Supply roofing. Slats and flagging of qua Ity not to lie surpassed in the Clony at the most Rasonabe prices delivered a ally Quirt of the province and he to a by strut a Fatio i to by i Ness. To meet with that snap it so liberally bestowed on the late firm. Ail roofing slates from the above q Larries to be of uniform Width As Well As length particulars As to Price ac., Cun be known at the quarries Orf \ r Malpas pot office will i a u d22 pros of ver Peri r m Hie and great Power just arrived per Irene. Oat 2on hrs Superior i n dried Dea s 1 0 tons sold 3x9, a sorted h a goths. Summer c of tiling. Drapery � o to and shoes 5cg. Groceries spices drugs. Iron Ware tinware Hullow arc furniture ac., wines spirits Beer &c., various. Do. John de pass & co. On Sale by the undersigned hops Best Kent currants. Prime Zante 1851 crop Sydney soap Tea Manila cigars Best no. 2 Tarragona wine in Wood 1 dutch bitter of a Superior Quality liqueur cases Bronze candelabra baskets matches a. Kirchner Gaedchens & co. Rundle place. October 3, 18l4. A Muslin dresses. Muslin dresses new patterns and fast Colour each measuring twelve cards at 4s 6d per dress. Farmer & 1iodgkiss, Hindley Street. October 13 h. 1854. A Thomas Mclaren Draper haberdashers. A. Formerly of the firm of Macgeorge a co. \ informs his friends and the Public generally that he has just opened a first rate Assor ment of goods comprising nearly every article in the Trade selected expressly for him in the first houses in Britain. The advertiser from his Long experience in the Colony is satisfied that puffing announcements Are Tot appreciated by the people of South Australia therefore merely reiterates his original determination of giving purchasers at his establishment value for their Money. Hindley Street nearly opposite Leigh Street and two doors East of Blyth Street do Superior Rov water pipes and spouts a Large Quantity for Sale at reason Able prices. S. R. Hall. Leigh Street. Bee engines. Just arrived per challenger a lot of the above of the newest and Beer construct Ion. S. R. Hall Leigh Street. Oil and Colour warehouse Leigh Street. S k. Hall a now Landing per challenger invoices of brass lift and Force Rumps Iron Garden and cellar do. Corrugated galvanized Iron Plain do. Sheet Zinc Block tin plumbers bras Ware boiled and linseed Oil turns varnishes paper hug Ings brushes. Portland Cement Piaster Paris French polish tar pitch Ellesin &e., see., Sheet Lead window Glass Plain ground and coloured a. A. To Waco wan s science of instruction Lyl. Approved by the Board of education and by clergy men lately from the universities published by Hus by and Shawyer. November 2nd. 1854. Do. Sectional maps of the count Ligh a Hun o dress of Korringa Clare port Gawler North Rhine and county hindu Rusli. County Light in 3 parts at 7s. Per Sheet or 17s 6d the entire . The other Hun reds in separate sheets at 3s each Coit nov Hindmarsh 17s 6d, will be followed in a few Days by All the remaining hundreds of the counties Stanley. Gawler Sturt and Hurra. To be had of the booksellers aug the compiler at his office King Wil Liam Street nearly opposite or Green s Exchange and will be forwarded to any part of the c Juantiy on receipt of a remit Tance. R. Stephenson Surveyor pc King Wil Iam Street the family Tutor vol. 1english grammar and a miscellany. The family Tutor vol. 2natural geography and a miscellany. The family Tutor vol. 3popular geology and a mis Cellany. ,.the family Tutor vol. 4popular astronomy and a at Platts s Book warehouses Hindley Street. T " Ondo times and other newspapers maybe a had. I files or single numbers at a Platts s b by fresh Supply of baby jumper Sac " Platts Shindley Street. H of pledge and of s address to their colonial friends. Heavy work and Light Reading Are the natural employment of emigrants. Hard toil and incessant activity Are required everywhere to gain a position in the world but especially so by the Emigrant in a Young Colony where indolence is sure to be attended by failure Ami continual poverty but the labour that is required renders it necessary that relaxation should follow it. To recruit the energies of body Ami mind and nothing is so useful Lor this purpose the Reading of Well written works of fiction. The railway Library projected by g. Routledge and co in 18-ls, is eminently adapted for this purpose the Best works of the kind Ever published Are included in it. All by the most celebrated authors and characterised by sound mural purpose and thorough English feeling. They have the pleasure of announcing that by the payment of a Large sum of Money 2 to i0/. To sir Edward Lyrton bart., . They have secured the sole right of pub Hing the splendid novels of that first rate author. The whole of them will be. Issued As rapidly As possible in the railway Library on the 1st of january 185 4. Was published p Elk a m. By sir Edward Bulwer Lytton bart., Alp. To be followed by " Paul and the remainder of his works. Heading for emigrants circles and travellers by ska or land. T 1e railway Library 59. husband. Scott fio. Three musketeers is fid Dumas. 61. Alnater is. Kingston Fig. Windsor Castle. Ainsworth 63. Olan Al in Johnstone til. Rook Wood is 6d am Worth. Selection fro u Routledge & co s new Chrap series. Wide wide world the. By Elizabeth Wetherell. Ii Techy. Valentine Vox. By Henry Cotton. Christopher tadpole. I y Albert Smith. Speculation or tire Glen Luna family. Maxwell s wild sports and adventures in the High lands and islands of Scotland. Carleton s traits and stories of the Irish peasantry. In five series sold separately. How to make Money. By e. T. Frecilla Routledge & co., 2, Farringdon Street London. Platts Adelaide. Re i Ussia tas it is its court its government air its people with a of the Baltic by j. R. Morell. Turkey past and present its history Topography Ami resources with a. Map by j. R. Morell. Turkey Russia the Black sea and circa shia by Captain Spencer with coloured illustrations numerous engravings and a . Platts Hindley Street. October 11,1851. G e 11 m a n educational Worksham Fibel pref Fischer Kinde Freund Bih Lische histories. Raus Heubusch Methodi Sches Rechou Bush fur die Joyed at plates Hindley Street. 7"e d Ding so attune it y of the new is 1 and by most fashion Able kind. Chit papers various Hes. White blotting baronial n 4e bottle India rubber drawing pencils Patent ditto Sable brushes writing cases fitted moist c Dors Queen s note Rose ualies notarial wafers Demy Black blotters mixed ditto French writing pads Rose lined Bank Post embossed boards Chamois ditto ditto m s. Music books French pens reporter s in stands dampers Luggage labels Book slides Agate styles. Envelopes of All sizes do Platts Hindley Street. Alsol Nuissl \ and r a pm m up of the seat of War on the Danube my in Asia showing the position of the hostile armies. Military of the seat of War on the Danube Baltic and Asia showing the position of the hostile armies. Also the route of the russian armies in the War of 1828 9. Platts. Hind lev sire to. Poi a i7"n"o1 Tut t vote in learn pricks 8 Ion a l life Assurance a Adelaide directors of this company give no Iee that they will Grant licenses to All persons assured in this office to take service As volunteers on condition of their sign ing a contract to pay sued additional Premium if any As the London Board of directors Mav decide John Hector. G. W. . K b. Colley. September 4, 1s54. Champion the Winner of the �100 prize tends at ayn Luin. -�6 6s. Mares padlocked but out responsibility at 2s 6d per week apply to John Fox Well Payne am. September 25 h. S54. Echo Ruth it bulls of r s v let is in pure bred Young Bui is of the most approved i re d. For s in. From one to two Veas old. Also two aged half bred Devon and Short Horn bulls. For Price apply to George Alston land and general commission agent. King William Street. I of n ,vel1s olo established livery i and Hack st Ables i treet East. Carri Ives of every description from the luxurious Chariot wry the most it cent improve mints to the simple gig and convenient dog cart to be had on hire by the Day week or year with Drivers or p Pistili uis if required in or out of livery to All parts of the Colony at rinse veil s Well known Carriage repository Pirie Street. The Stock of vehicles has been recently increased by the addition of new Trouche Landau Sovereign Landau lets cab Phaeton gigs i of arts Spring carts est. _. The stud is maintained in his usual state of efficiency and includes Well matched Carriage horses Stout and sure footed roadsters with ladies Palfrey of guaranteed docility. The Saddle and harness department is Replete with new and elegant caparisons., october 6th. 18.54. Nowfe Oun Sev Ell s Hor Ennd Carriage repository. Pirie Street. New and second hand vehicles always on Sale As also Good Carriage and Saddle horses. November 2nd, � do. G Reen s land auction Mart. Notice to landed proprietors. Gentlemen having completed the extensive additions to my or Mises i am enabled to adopt a system i have Long had in View namely to hold land sales in the new land Mart every fortnight Aud if found desirable every week. My town auction sales will As usual be held 011 fridays. Plans of the Colony and All township ac., will be deposited for inspection in the new land Mart i remain gentlemen your obedient servant George Green. October 27th, 1854. Do abstract of Green fortnightly land auction sales to be be held in the land Mart on novem3er 10th. Friday 10th november. For full particulars see current advertisements lot town properties 13. Valuable lease curare Street and Light Square 20. Very valuable property Franklin. Street South Adelaide six houses Bakehouse stabling. A. Suburban properties. 1 Marine cos township of Somerton 2 by Smith s and wheelwrights premises Bay Road 3 sure am , South Road Edv Ard s town 4. Two and of acres Norwood 5. 1wo and a half acre Blo k. Al Gill Road 6. Do. Do. Do. 7. Do. Do. Do. 8. Do. Do. Do. 9. Do do do. House and land. Section s7, Bay Road 14 twelve Cre Block no. 17, Section 236, Brighton 15. Block 38. Township of Kilkenny 16. House and 24 acres of land Park ,r Walkerville 17. , House a d i and Block 36 is. Valuable building site township of West i 1 Cha r 19. 1 01 feet fun Page Block 7, Section 237, Brighton 23 House Section g Arden a Enfield 23 two fou roomed houses near the company s Mill country properties. 10. Three sections peachy Belt Hun dred of Mun no Para 12. De arable farm near the Kaunda m1n is 22. Valuable property Section 5007, Hundred of oin Kap Ringa near Wood Side 21. Allotment 112, township of Golowa 25. Allotment 113, towns ii of Golowa 26. Allotment 122, township of Guowa 27. Allotment 123, towns in f Golowa 29. Allotment 67, township of Golowa. For full particulars see current advertisements. The sales commence at gunfire. fortnightly Sale following will be held of the 24th inst. Parties wishing to have properties put up till on Ivl a Tiou will Pluvio f on urd Purtick cars on or before the 9th inst. George Green land agent. Exchange land o bees Kiwi Liam st ref. A d e l a i d e and Al e e 1\. Agency. Anne Anixt lax i and. Green commission King . J offi oks mi"., " 2 w. Green. I Ekx or. Green s land Mart. George Green land agent. Lands surveyed and properties valued. Government land sales. Parties desirous of buying sections at the above sales at government Price and requiring assistance in the whole or part payment to thereof May obtain the same at the offices of the undersigned. Land and landed properties for Sale. For lease. For . North. Within the East. � or of or or j of or South 1 City or Adelaide. West 1 government t sections. Parties requiring government sections can have them purchased by the undersigned and lease them with a right of Purchase Loans negotiated. George Green land agent. Auction Mart King William Street. Notice. From and after this Date the advertisements of the undersigned will appear in the Register on monday and thursday times on wednesday and Friday observer on saturday George Green land agent. January 20tb, 1854 1 it Elliot. Hundred of Golowa. Fifteen sections for Sale As follows Section 2350, port Elliot Hundred of Golowa 8 acres 2351 do. Do. 8s 2353 do. Do. 80 2242 do. Do. 60 2249 do. Do. 30 2. 77 do. Do. 49 2271 do. Do. 26 2.329 do. Do. 23 2316 do. Do. 8-2 237 do. Do. 82 2.34s d -. Do. 71 23.9 do. A. 71 2229 do. Do 78 22 4 do do. 25 several of these sect on Ari adur Rable situated Nei port Elliot. Tenis Cash or credit. George Green land agent. Exchange land offices King William Street. Notice a. B. Colly s auction i a Les wednesday november 8 \ be Mart King William Street general Sale of lands a for is Smi move it Mats. Do notice. R. B. Colley will h i his next. G neral lands be on wednesday Nave ber 8th. P Kirtio larg of properties for Sale Are request Das Early As p Sih a Ilc Rupo v1ukr merch its. T to to be let for a to Between Ada aide and port Adlaide six times Dai y san Davs excepted Mot old. To. Adelaide when required. Northern a hate. Between Adelaide and Gawler daily and Gaw or and k Oringa via in Panda five times a week. " Gawler and Clare three times a week. " Gawl a and Truro via Annaston three times a week. Eastern route. Between Adelaide Andl mount bark a daiy and mount Barker and Wellington three times a Ivecek. " Wellington and Peno a weekly. Southern route. Between Noa Lunga and port Elliot via Addinga. My Ponga yank Ali la Inman Valley and encounter Bav twice a we k. route. Between Adelaide and mount Torrens twice a week. Suburban. Between Adelaide and North Adelaide Enfield and Walkerville daily sundays excepted Adelaide Norwood Kensington. Magill Camp Bel town and Payne am daily sundays excepted Adelaide Unley and Mitcham daily sundays excepted. 1 Adelaide and Brighton daily sundays excepted tha contractors will if required have to provide a seat for a Post office guard which must be separated from the seals provided for passengers. The mails to port Adelaide Gawler. And Korringa to be conveyed in Well appointed Spring carts or foil wheeled carriages. Those to Clare. Surat Halbin and on the Truro line As far As Annaston in Well appointed Spring carts or four wheeled carriages during the summer months and in carts or on horseback at the no iou of the con tractors during the Winter months. Those Between Ade Laide and mount Torrens and -1 id 1 and suburban villages. Annaston and Truro. Strathalbyn and we Lington Wei Lington and Penola. And Noa Lunga and port Elliot in carte or on horseback at the option of the con Raeford. The postmaster general will Reserve the p wer of at any time varying the Dav and hours for dispatching mails but not Nerio i occupied in their transit contractors will he liable to a Fine of 10s for Evora ten m nute9 late in their fim f arrival and the same amount of Fine if not it the Post office ready to Start at the time Nippo need. The allowance of ten in the time of arrival will pot be a Ida to the part Adelaide Miil which must he at the Post office at the time appointed under he penalty above one wifi a. Allm ii conveyances to take their final departure from the Post office Imon dint by on receipt of the mails. The gon Troto a Are to carry and deliver nil bags and letters Wheeli May he entrusted to them under the an Hority of tha i st Mast a general. Or any of the Post isor and to provide secure and wafer i lit lockers for mails in carriages. And Saddle hugs with Waterproof coverings for the bags on horseback. Contractors will be hound to prevent the Eon Vevante of and letter of p ticket. He no of heir servant to the pre Judie of the Post office Revenue unde a Penally of �5 for each out re. The peso employed to carry Mai s Are to be subject to the of Roval of the postmaster both As to age and Cha is Tel. The postmaster general will Poss is the right of approving or of Erwi a. Of the Carriage or Vehine e by which the Mads e conveyed and Al of the particular division in which the mails re deposited the pos mater general Ali 11 on duty or any officer of the depart me t whom lie Mav Deane will p a conveyed in carts or on horseback at t he option of the contractors and will be Subj it to the conditions published in the Call for tenders d Ted the 1st of november 1854. John Watts postmaster Genera. General Post office Adelaide october 18. Sat tenders in terms of an a Iver lenient n the govern 7c t Gazette for repairs to the Ela staffs o West Terrace end s Vii be received until noon of november 7th. Is54, at this office where every information can be obtained. W. Bennett Hays colonial architect. Office of Public works Adelaide november 2nd, 1854. D2. T snders in teems of an advertisement in Tho government Gazette for erecting the abut ment and ing Wall of the City Bridge and constructing Road of Epp Mach thereto Wili be received until noon of november 11, 1854 at this office there every information can he obtained. W. Bennett i1ays, Cornial architect. Office of Public works. Adelaide november 2, 1854, d2 tenders in terms of an advertisement in the government Gazette f r applying at the metropol Itan to ice station three 2-Tnch wrought Deal hoards will be ree ezied n nil noon i f november 7 1854, at this office where every information Caubo in Taino. Yvo Bennett Hay s. Colonial architect. Office of Public work adeleide november 2, 1854. D2 tenders in terms of an advertisement in Tho government Gazette for sweeping the chimneys m Hie government buildings during the remainder of the present year and the whole of 1855, will lie received until noon of november 7. 1854. At this office where every information can be obtain a w. Bennett Hays colonial architect and supervisor a Bushes &c., on about 133 Jineal chains for Twenty feet in Width commencing at the end next Nixon s quarries of the intended now Road to the gum Flat 56north-Eastern Road for fencing about half a i e of new Roll near Gai More Park or Balmoral on the Torrens 57. North Eastern Road for cutting and running info embankment about 25i 0 cubic Yards of Earth Tuk i a . U., capacity for the last year and earnestly so i its a continuance of the same for his la e Parquer or Jas. Hughes who. For the future will conduct the business on his own unit. D22 Illunga late quark 5. The under signed. Proprietors of i Offinga slate quarries Are prepared to Supply in town contractors builders slaters &e., in any Quantity with roofing so to equal ill Quality to an English slate yet imported at two thirds the present Market Price charged fir English slate. The flagging which the proprietors can Supply to any Amoun of Quantity and in any sizes Are of a Superior Quality and at equally Low prices Bastian a Martin. November 2, 1854. Do. Lost or strayed cattle. Notice to and yer users advertisements respecting Lor. Or strayed cattle will 1m received for insertion in the times and weekly dispatch at the usual reduction upon the regular scale for continuous insertions. For insertion in the Early country Issue of the dispatch on Friday morn ing it will he necessary that such advertisements be received a this office not. Later than thursday night. To Sale by the undersigned 100barrels first rate Cement will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Yum. L. Mackie. October 3n scented to As Stewar is messes Gibson Gratwicke f Gate and Hinckley. 3 i 1854. W.thfm4 a a Mutual fire insurance Assoc \ Pion 1.1x office , King William Stree Over or r. Hawkes s. R. E. . Secretary i he weekly dispatch of Marlay october 1 2kth, 1854, Price sixpence containing news from England to August 4th, with Many extracts relative to the War &c., from the Fol owing sources Viz time the War on the Danube the late Captain Butler Dea it of Cap Ain Parker the guar Noces for peace the b i tic Fleet Post extract the fangs no. File the Teeth Mot nitty chronicle the czars birthday tile. Ape of Cuba the Czar s Giatti a governor sir Geo be Grey Home news con of Austria to icy of the or sent administration with respect to the a Tern War the insurrection in Spain the ate Madame Sontag Moni eur the russian rear at Douglas Jet Roll the russian Rhinoceros a crack in the Cabinet tit. Weekly. Half to Ida household words a m in multiplication Sam Slick mis Assipi legislature Rev. J. Gumming sunday and places of recreation also toe lat st news from France Turkey Russia Prussia Austria Montenegro Greece Sweden Spain a. A. Legislative Council debates parliament Bill by Schof Privi Ege main Road to Wii Lunga port Road volunteers Annaston court thu tie Givler town Kail by mail co menu n cation West Terrace cemetery Law Library Road near Albert town the Coroner stockholders on the Murray a. A. Fuel reports of Public meetings ac., in town and country. The corp ration Central Road Board i trick Council meetings Law and police courts Coroner s inquests a. Lettus for m destitute abort g nes by a setter pasturage leases by h. B t. S gangways the Volunteer Force by a Volunteer corporation works by a contractor the Public cemetery by j. Giaves Golowa railway by a. F. Lindsay a. Miscellaneous Domestic news a Edi orial privilege of the Houe of the press appoint ment of governor summary of the examination before the elect a in Mittee for the enquiry respecting the Public cemetery botanical Garden Ihu recent inquests a. The government Gazette impounding shipping intelligence emigrants names cargoes a. A Vii every account of District new and All events of the week social political and religious throughout the Colony. Also latest intelligence from a i the surrounding colonies published at the times and disc tuck office Hindley Street and May be had by Early application of All the news agents in town and country. . An Early country edition of the Depatch i published every Friday 42�

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