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Adelaide Times (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia the daily times a Large assortment of new and splendid Type having just been received at the Adelaide times office the proprietor is now prepared to print newspapers execute Book work or perform any other description of letter press printing in a style equal if not Superior to any other office in the Colony and on terms that defy Competition observe Adelaide times office Over the door two doors below the commercial Exchange. For Swan River. The Fine Al barque Globe Captain brawn to sail on or about the 10th september. For Light freight or passage apply to the Captain on Board or to Niche. P. Lebair Grenfell Street. For Madras direct. The Fine fast sailing nearly new Al British built ship Sultana 588 tons Register d. Mainland commander will sail for the above port in about ten Days. For terms of freight or passage the Cabin accommodations being very Superior apply to Captain Mainland on Board or to Aleaner Thompson Rundle Street. August 20, 1851. For Sydney direct the teak built fast sailing Rig hero 204 tons o.m., h. A Dale com Mander now loading for Syd Ney will meet with Quick Des Patch. A limited number of Steerage passengers can be taken for whom comfortable accommodation and an ample scale of provisions will e provided. Has also Superior accommodation for Cabin passengers. Eor terms of freight or passage apply to j. F. Bennett port Adelaide. Or to j. S. Clark King William Street. August 23, 1851. Notice. The Captain of the seabird will not be responsible for any debts contracted by the Crew of the above vessel. I signed j. & n. Henriques agents. For Sydney. To follow the " Don Juan. To Jib Fine Brig two friends Captain Farmer will meet with Quick despatch. For terms of freight or Pas t0j f. Bennett port Adelaide. 191851, for Sydney direct. A regular trader. The splendid Brig Thomas and Henry 280 tons capt. Bennett will sail next tuesday tie 2nd september. For freight or passage having Superior accommodations apply on Board to p. Levi King William Street or to e. G Collinson Prince s wharf port Adelaide. August 26, 1851. For Sydney. Or the Fine Ketch Bountiful 120 tons Burthen will sail in ten Days. For terms of freight or passage apply to capt. J. F. Duff Exchange r. Tapi by oort Adelaide. August 27, 1851. The australian confederation against transportation. To c. B. Newenham Esq sheriff of South Australia we the undersigned colonists of South Australia hereby request that you will Call a Public meeting of the colonists to receive the Rev. Or West and Alderman Bell the delegates from the australasian conference for the discontinuance of transportation and to adopt such measures As May be deemed expedient for the furtherance of that. Object. John Morphett r. P. Torrens George elder Junr. Geo. Hall Peter Cumming a l. Elder Jacob Hagen w. Younghusband John Baker John Hart h. Bagot j. Ellis Francis s. Dutton Robert Davenport William Giles George Fife Angas John b. Neales g. M. Waterhouse j. H. Fisher c. S. Hare we. Peacock John Grainger Norman Campbell e. Castres Gwynne sheriffs office 26th August 1851. Gentlemen in compliance with the requisition forwarded to me this Day i hereby Convene a Public meeting of the colonists of South Australia to be held on Mon Day this evening the 1st Day of september at 7 o clock at the Exchange King William Street for the purpose of " receiving the de Legates from the australasian conference for of transportation and to adopt such measures As May be deemed expedient for the furtherance of that object. I have the Honor to be gentlemen your obedient servant Chas. B. Newenham sheriff. To John Morphett Esq., m.l.c., George elder Esq., Peter com . Jacob Hagen Esq., and the several requisition its. Economical cooking Appa Ratus. A Roberts & sons manufacturers of the celebrated Patent cooking apparatus made to suit the Nobleman or peasant. Also makers of the newly invested stove grate. Quern s town opposite the Albert hotel near port Adelaide. For particulars apply to or Alexander Metal store Hindley Street or at the works Queen s town. Sex wilhelmina., symmetry a. N a a boxes assorted window Glass a a a at "21s, or 25 boxes at 20s. Crown coloured ground and plate Glass 40 x 30 and downwards. French polish varnishes of All sorts. Sheet Lead Sheet Zinc perforated Zinc Block tin a. An immense assortment of paints and colours of All sorts English Putty glue and Glass paper plaster Paris &c., at lowest prices. S. R. Hall Leigh Street the undersigned begs to thank his customers and the Public for the Liberal manner in which he has been supported for upwards of 13 years in this Colony As a Baker &c., and wishes to state that All bread sold at his establishment will be weighed previous to delivery if required. Cash on delivery. Shipping supplied. J. G. Malin. Port Adelaide. N. and second biscuits always on hand. Alfred r. Bell accountant commission � general agent Clarks Iii dings Hindley Street. and accounts collected. Goodear and Soward beg to acquaint their friends that the have entered into partnership and will commence business As contractors and Timber merchants this Day. G. Soward begs to return his thanks for the Liberal support he has experienced and he has no doubt the new firm will Merit and receive in Ziffa in in if Liliie i on Drin i an culpa tron age. Rundle Street. August 1, 1851. Patent slip. To ship owners captains and agents. Ryphe 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. C. Fletcher port Adelaide. in All its branches carefully attended to. Notice to Farmers. Warwick. This Fine Young draught stallion will stand to cover this season at the first Creek and the following places Tapley s Hill once a fortnight and the Sturt hotel Grenfell-8treet, every saturday. Warwick is a dark Bay. With Black Points stands 17 hands High is f6ur years old and for Bone and muscular Power stands unsurpassed in the Colony. Warwick was bred in Vandiemen s land is out of an imported Clydesdale Mare by old. Lincoln. Good paddocks at 2s 6d per week without any Respoli ability. The Book will go with the horse and All parties Are requested to Sigu at Tho time of serving. Terms �2 2s, payable on or before the 1st january 1852. Groon age 2s 6d, payable at the time of service. i try Woodhead. 15th August 1851. Shape Bone and strength. Sampson this Superior Waggon stallion will stand this season at the Hindmarsh Bridge hotel and every saturday afternoon at the Eagle tavern Hindley Street Adelaide and on tuesdays at the Cross keys new inn dry Creek. Sampson is a dark Bay with Black Points by Llu Coln out of a pure Clydesdale Mare and imported into Vandiemen s land by or. Wilmore. Sampson took the first prize at Campbell town As the Best three year old cart stallion of the Day and was afterwards sold to or Collett of the new River for 340 guineas is perfectly quiet Atid is allowed by Good judges to be the most powerful horse in the province and has proved himself a sure foal getter. Good paddocks at 2s 6d per week and every attention paid but no responsibility. Terms �2 2s each Mare payable on or before the 1st of january1852. Groom see 2s 6d, payable at the time of Seiy ice. Joseph Pix Bowden. August 22, 1851. Proclamation monopoly invaded. Whereas by a certain act passed by Louis Joseph Draper of Hindley Street Adelaide that in consequence of the advanced Sta of South Australia together with the great increase of population he has resolved to make a still greater reduction on the whole of his Stock in Trade. Thereby affording to All classes the advantage of selecting their purchases from a Stock yet unparalleled in this province. In order that the More general portion of the Stock should receive Public attention and the extraordinary extent and value thereof induces the proprietor to Issue the following catalogue in detail and confidently submits it to Public inspection and will re found to deserve the most particular and minute perusal. For example a magnificent assortment of Tarton worsted shawls from 3s 9d. Tartan Wool Long shawls Black Paisley and printed Cashmere shawls a lot of printed Cashmere shawls All one Price 8s 9d. The most novel styles in Plain and figured cloth mantles superbly trimmed. Plain and water d silk and Satin ditto ditto the fancy department being on so extensive a scale it is Only Neces sary to quote but a few prices. Fancy neck ties from 8d French Sash ties each. Is 3d Gauze ribbons from per Yard. Id Rich Bonnet ribbon Worth 15d, 7-d habit shirts Good Quality each. 7-d very Superior ditto is worked collars 8fd the newest styles in de Laine dres ses warranted i Yards 6s 6d willed Cashmere do 9s lid 6-4 French twill Merino in All colours 2s 9d the of by Linen department comprises the most exquisite worked Robes frocks frock bodies French Cambric Caps Cap crowns and also a full Supply of Nursery diaper beginning at 3s per piece warranted full measure. For the guidance of All it is necessary to observe that the. Adelaide Emporium adjoins the " Black Bull inn Hindley Street. Coloured Coburg in every Shade. Is 2d 5000 Yards Yard wide prints. 5fd 3000 print dresses All one Price.3s lid super Calico 2d Good Croydon do 3d Yard wide do. 4fd a Good unbleached Calico for. 2id 8-4, 10-4, 12-4 bleached sheeting equally Low also counterpane quilts and blankets in All sizes bushmen storekeepers & others Are informed that Louis Joseph has received his usual Supply of mens and boys ready made clothing suitable for the present season made of the Best and newest designs and stand unrivalled for style and workmanship. Now opening everal cases of gents Beaver and Pilot cloth Chesterfield Cashmere plaid tweeds and cloth shooting Coats Black Satin and Rich figured persian and silk vests Doeskin Buckskin drab and Black cloth trousers Moleskin and fancy trousers. Several Bales White regatta and scotch twill shirts mens and boys Blue twill Serge shirts Blue heavy g ferns yes worsted comforters mens Blue heavy Pilot Coats. Settlers and others will find it greatly to their advantage to make their purchases at . Sas he his determined to Clear the whole off. from the country punctually attended to. Observe Adelaide Emporium Hindley Street. Closed from Sunset every Friday to Sunset every saturday. Ransomed and May Ipswich England. Manufacturers of agricultural implements and machinery invite the attention of agricultural settlers and others in the Cape Colony and Natal to their various Patent wrought Iron trussed beam ploughs. Their harrows cultivators and scar Fiers Dray rakes Mills and crushers thrashing winnowing and dressing machines Patent new seed Dropper a. They also Supply scotch carts fitted with poles for oxen of chains yokes and bows cart wheels and axles Iron ditto for Barrows horse gear for drawing machinery Iron rails for tramways Garden tools scythes Sickles Iron pig troughs a. Many of the above Are expressly adapted to colonists use and Are packed in As Small a Compass As possible to save freight and Inland transport charges. Rather than refer at length to the numerous honorary distinctions which have been conferred on them by the Royal agricultural and provincial societies in the Mother country As testimonies of material style of workmanship and adaptation and capabilities of their implements r. M. Would Content themselves with ask ing colonists to form their judgment by inquiry among their own Neighbours or a personal inspection of those which Are already in use in the Colony All orders from the colonies must be accompanied by a remittance or reference to some mercantile House in England for pay ment. Hats hats South australian hat Manu factory Leigh Street Adelaide. We. Leaver & co. Take great pleasure in returning thanks for the very Liberal support they have met with since their commencing business and beg to inform the Public in general that they have received per ship Anglia a miscellaneous assortment of materials for making All kinds of ladies Riding hats of the present fashion in London clerical hats gentlemen s hats and children s hats in every variety of shape made to order either from Beaver drab or Black silk Rabbit opossum or lambs wools and a Good assortment of velvet and cloth Caps miners and drayman s hats perfectly Waterproof. W. L. & co. Also beg to offer to the Public the australian Light ventilator As a summer. Hat either in drab or Black silk or drab Brown Green and Blac Merino. Merchants and the Trade supplied. Old hats blocked and re shaped for one shilling and sixpence. Rabbit and opossum skins bought in any Quantity. May 16,1851. Board and lodging. Respectable parties can be accommodated with comfortable Board and lodging in a newly furnished House of a widow lady pleasantly situated in North Ade Laide and not More than fifteen minutes walk from the Exchange. Terms moderate. For cards of address apply at the office of this paper. Chairs chairs chairs just imported and now on Sale at w. And and c. Bashams Cabinet makers King William Street a Large Stock of neat Light Strong and elegant Cane Straw and Rush Bottom chairs of various patterns varying in Price from 3s 6d a chair and up awards. No chairs of this description have before been imported. variety of colonial made furniture of the Best seasoned material and Workman ship. Also a Quantity of horse hair Wool and Straw mattresses Feather Beds pillows and bolsters. July 19th, 1851. Kellette artificial Stone works Weymouth Street Adelaide. Every description of vases fountains Flower pots Sun dials window and door Sills Chimney pieces cornices brackets and Centre pieces ornamental letter cutting tombs Monu ments and mural vases in every style Jed every description of masons work on the most reasonable terms. A variety of designs and models can be inspected on the premises. Adelaide Casino Temple tavern. Pro Bono Publico. Be of the splendid new rooms of the above tavern has been fitted up for the above purpose under the superintend ence of a first rate artiste. Rules and regulations of the Saloon will be placed in a conspicuous position. Evenings of entertainment monday and Friday at 8 o clock. The most extensive Stock of furniture &c., in the Colony. On Sale a t Deane y s Cabinet & upholstery Ware rooms. 10 very article of which is warranted to be i made from Well seasoned material. Also Iron bedsteads in great variety Large sized Chimney glasses in Gilt frames venetian blinds brass Cornice poles rings and brackets painted drug gets silk damask Tabe Retts velvets a. For covering furniture of entirely new patterns just imported from one of the Best London houses fringes Gimps tassels a. Mattresses Beds pillows and bolsters Patent galvanized tinned Iron possesses the following qualities which eminently adapt it for the construction of House and store roofs verandahs and Sheds appearance being in its corrugated form the neatest House and especially Veran Dah roof that can be erected. Durability the numerous buildings which have been covered with it in All climates and under All exposures affording proof of this. Coolness a roof of galvanized Metal being much cooler than slate As will be shown by actual Experiment upon application at the office. Lightness thereby not straining the building upon which it is paced. Cheapness costing less than slate on account of the Small Quantity of Timber Neces sary for its erection. The relative rates of insurance give it also an advantage Over shingles. Parties desirous of having a Good i oof at a moderate expense will therefore see it to their advantage to employ this material. In announcing the arrival of a considerable Quantity of this Metal by the ships briton and ancient briton lately from England the undersigned beg to return thanks for the considerable orders with which they have been favored and to state that they Are now Able to execute orders to any extent with promptitude. Pumps of every description made to order. Galvanized Metal is by far the Best material for this description of gutters and pipes of this Metal always on hand. A Supply off Inch welded galvanized water tube has arrived and we expect an assortment of All sizes shortly. Baths Buck ets milk dishes deed boxes &c., made to order and also kept in Stock. More Wood Rogers co., Leigh Street Adelaide. Land to let on lease with or without right of Purchase. Several thousand acres of Fine agricultural land in the neighbourhood of Sumeracka Flaxman s Valley Annaston Truro and the wheal Barton mine. For further particulars apply to j. H. Angas. Tara Watta near Annaston Isth August 1851. Notice. In the insolvent estate of Kronk and Zillah. All persons indebted to the above estate Are requested not to pay any accounts excepting to parties authorised by the Trade a signed Morris Marks Geo. Dale. August 26, 1851. Bon Wick s first geography. Just published Price one shilling an introduction to Geo Graphy for australian youth by j. Bonwick. This will be found a useful hand Book for colonists As Well As for educational purposes. Published at Platts s Book warehouses Hindley Street where maybe found the largest assortment of educational works in the pro h try Ere y jul despair. Olloway s pills cure of asthma. Extract of a letter from or Benjamin Mackie a respectable Quaker dated Creagh near Long Hall Ireland dated september 14 the 1848. To professor Holloway x respected Friend thy excellent pills have effectually cured me of an asthma which afflicted me for three years to such an extent that i was obliged to walk my room at night for air afraid of being suffocated if i went to bed by cough and phlegm. Besides taking the pills i rubbed plenty of thy ointment into my Chest night and morning. Signed Benjamin Mackie cure of to Prius fever when supposed to by at the Point of death. A respectable female in the neighbourhood of Long Hall was attacked with typhus fever and Lay for five Days without having tasted any description of food. She was Given Over by the sur Geon and preparations were made for her demise. Or Benjamin Mackie the Quaker whose Case is referred to above heard of the circumstances and knowing the immense Benefit that he himself had derived from Holloway s pills recommended an immediate trial and eight wer Given to her and the same number was continued night and morning for three Days and in a very Short time she was completely cured. advice just received it appears that colonel dear who is with his regiment in India the 21st Fusiliers cured himself of a very bad attack of fever by these celebrated pills. There is no doubt that any fever however malignant May be cured by taking night and morning copious doses of this Fine Medicine. The patient should be induced to drink plentifully of warm linseed Tea or Barley water. Cure of dropsy in the Chest. Extract of a letter front j. S. Mung Esq. Dated Kennington near Oxford december 2nd, 1848. To professor Iloilo was sir my Shepherd for some time was offi Ictor with water on the Chest when i heard of it i immediately advised him to try your pills which he did and was perfectly cured and is now As Well As Ever to was in his life. As i myself received so astonishing a cure last year from your pills and ointment it has Ever since been my most Earnest endeavour to make known their excellent qualities. Signed j. S Mundy. Soigne k of j tract of the Aldborough cured of a liver and a stomach complaint. Extract letter from. His lordship dated Villa Messina leghorn 21t february 1845. To professor Holloway sir various circumstances prevented the possibility of my thanking you before this time for your politeness in sending me your pills As you did. I now take this Opportunity of sending you an. Order for the amount and at the same time to add that your pills have effected a Enre of a disorder in my liver and stomach which All the most eminent of the faculty at Home and All Over the continent had not been Able to effect nay not even the Waters of Carlsbad and Marienbad. I wish to have another Box and a pot of the ointment in Case any of my family should Ever require either. Your most obliged and obedient servant signed Aldborough. Cure of a debilitated Constitution. Or mate a storekeeper of Gundagai new South Wales had been for some time in a most delicate state of health his Constitution was so debilitated that his death was shortly looked upon by himself and friends As certain but As a forlorn Hope he was induced to try i Holloway s pills which had an immediate and surprising effect upon his system and the result was to restore him in a few weeks to perfect health and strength to the sur prise of All who knew him. He considered his Case so extraordinary that he in gratitude sent it for publication to the Sydney morning Herald in which paper it appeared on the 2nd january 1848. A few doses of the pills will quickly rally the ener Gies of both body and mind when other medicines have failed these celebrated pills Are wonderfully efficacious in the following complaints ague inflammation asthma jaundice bilious complaints liver complaints blotches on the skin Lumbago Bowel complaint piles comics rheumatism constipation of the bowels retention of urine consumption scr Fula or King s evil debility sore throats dropsy Stone and gravel dysentery secondary symptoms Erysipelas tic Don Leureux female irregularities Tumours fevers of All kinds ulcers fits venereal affections gout Worms of All kinds headache indigestion cause &c., a. Sold at the establishment of professor Holloway 244, strand near Temple bar London. And by or George Dale late Paxton wholesale and retail druggist medical Hall Hindley Street Adelaide sole agent for South Australia. Also by the following authorised local agents or Ephraim Teakle storekeeper port Adelaide messes Marks and Gollen ditto Burra or w. B. Lucas ditto Kaunda or e. W. Young ditto Morphett Vale or h. Jacobs ditto Gawler town or John Dunn ditto mount Barker a Robt. Higgins ditto encounter Bay or James Smith ditto Rivoli Bay or Hemy Fyffe ditto Mitcham or Thos. Battersby ditto Houghton or Henry p. Denton ditto Yan Kalilla or James Wright ditto Clare Village or a. Kavel Plenzig and Hahndorf Rev. Greenslade Stanley arms Penwortham. Captain Bishop port Lincoln. Or George Bisset the Aiton

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