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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. £ f. d. £ m. d. Ale-Dunbar's,per dozen.. 16 0 to 10 0 London, per hhd. .. 9 0 0 .. 10 0 0 Ashby's, per barrel ¿. 9 O Q .. 10 O O Colonia!, .. bbd: 7 O O .. 8 . O Beef, per tierce......i... 6 0 Ó 9 O O fresh,lb._ 10 .. 1 O Butter, fresh, lb. 3 0.« 3 0 salt, do.. 2 S .. 3 6 Coffee, lb. 9 .. 16 Candles, moulds, lb... . 13 16 dips, do....... 10 14 wax, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun,. 4 C 0 .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot,. 6 . . 9 Cheese, English, lb. 1 4.. I 6 Colonial, ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,. 9 .. 10 Flour, colonial, per 100 lbs. 1 12 0 .. 1 16 0 Hams, perlh. 13 .. 16 Hops, do. ; 2 : 0 .-. . 3 O Hay, per ton,.. 9 O 0 .. 10 0 O Iron, do.. 18 0 ,0 .. 20 0 0 Maize, per bushel,. 6 O'.'. 8 O Mutton, fresh; per lb. 10 .. 12 Oil,sperm, per gallon,.... 12 0 .. 16 O-»» black, do. _ 2 6.. 3 6 Porter; per dozen,. 16 0 .. 1 0 0 London, Mid. .... 9 0 0 .. 10 0 O colonial, do. .... 7 0 0 .. 8 0 0 Pork, per barrel 5 10 0 .. 6 0 0 Potatoes, per ton,....... 12 0 0 .. 16 O O Rice...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEAUTIES OF THE "GAZETTE." "MR. FISHER'S PAUPER LABOURERS." [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

BEAUTIES OF THE " GAZBtT :; Ibu Fiso«m'« iùmMïêimomn^. [. « vreUüBro tho anaonpoqpeal,that ^éfireseat moment, a number of «¿tony* in)* «tate of pauperism and ^emploj^Bwn|,.«iU startle tbognat Wt^of workman, wiWogly .gfrf. «tic dlem>gocdaoafiT*^ 'Wa do not speak here of an averaging from ejghtalrillingi lings a day; Iras of« " * can nae the asa, tb« a ' ; U ü¿ laasasWs isot, tr Ha» in Hw nt» «f of oar §nd such MOST BB the fact, before that jpa; actions can be justified or palliated. ' it is possible indeed, («Unding to paup rfná. ing arisen ) except in the event of sick A», demand for labour not half supplied) and e of «rages so ample, for. pauperism to seist «re are at a loss to discover. Oar exce lient at Commissioner, however, can see tl ifcgs beyond the reach of ordinary vision. Sir fohn falstaff had bis "men in buckram;" Mr. F sher bas bis *' pauper emigrants;" and with the ea cap tion of the unimportant circumstance that ^r. FishefVband must be paid for ** taking the «Wi" th...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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S. A. GAZETTE, [?] 24, 1838. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

to Coinmbsíoper, mod IDwrted io the^Oaiett* of this date, there is tb« following sentenceSr^ :> : : ;:À B *' U httíí¿ áá\y ót tit« Coaäfcnoaer, I proclaim, to order |0Qtt acre allotments t^^ tmr1 Harb^rjfof;«vtowo j-*h« iefusing io do *o is a most j; ros»tatrawl el your interests, .fad «a unjustifiable^ attach upboíifee eommopuy.'* **"" tri 'thé next number of thé Gazette^ ^¿bli.sn^^.^ii{í tib, 1838, there is W article ^(iVbich we shaiI hereafter further, notier)in which* aftc abusing Mr. Fisher for np> reserving secondary tawns 4t par»« ticular. jj^a^es?-a..|mVrer. which according! to a lute notice in the Gazette, jj- AVOUM seç^V jrt r- Íishir 4«V .,u,t possesa-»coá4'. 'cï.çi^^Tiifi:|iie fol o .ving choice prod Ü¿| ?ïiô$*:^f!QQ% EefdiBändMendez ;Jf jiij^ jSteveijjsp^*s pure and unaffected mind ...J* yyç must nov bring this notice toi a dose^and w¿cáanp"t dp so better than by exhibiting át; o^e viÉ^Ae'dáiuáéo the colony bas already sustain*^' anchis Iske'y; to sustain by the *...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE TOWN CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

ii^&&Bß& useful machine allowed, te> Ítím^m30kóbg^iúday to day to half past tenVcipck? Ufe are told hy<ompe teni junges, that it is ©joV of $he finest clocks eta*eoiisjrj^ never gratified withhearing its loud anri;si^mcaut ímie#.^ Before it wis placed in its present position, the pubUc wer^led to bëliëve that ïnlw great inconvenience they experienced ^om the want of a public standard df time; #r*Pjftíí&e remedied so soon as the tower öf die church was erected; The tdwer has hwn eréTied-the clock placed therein-atid roT%!&fr weeks the public; were graúñéá hy fating it strike the bouts pf the day. Sud |le^y^R stpppect,. Áhd~ wl^xi.wo enquired ike gea^g,w4%^ ¿^n:ás to the party ^vho - was liable to pay . theexpence8 of plaeragil where 'ii is- ana of jveBbiasj it in repair. This is thé1 version of ?ikto&V&rfire have heard, and if it is true, we think the difficulty mi^lft «bon he set at rest. "Jfôb^puBîfë^ we are cert...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

Sheep. : , J^QR SALE-EWES in «quai pm^ians of *- ases - one-third two-tooth, one-íhjrd four tooth, and ot e-th:rd six-tooth-to the number of ten or twenty thousand, to be delivered at Glenelg one fortnight after lunding^vwhen all mortality consequent upon the voyage will be at an end Each fl-w k will be provided «villi good and steady shepherd-*, sheep dogs, netting, tar paulin, &c, and will be ready tn moise jat once to the sheep walk of the purchaser. "JL j Terms, one half of the purcha-e monejrjo be paid oa delivery of the sheep, the other/half pay able in six and twelve months biUs, wei (secured, interest on the said bills to be at the rate of ten per cent. The quality of the sheep to~be of the general improved breeds of Van Diemen*s Land. Application to be made to l\ W. SYUÂRT, 316, Grote-street- South Adelaide. March 14, 1839. , : CHAND LOTTERY«!! ; <J;ir, : C Thirty-three Important Prizes, ?'ONSISTIIVG of the well-known entire horse J Ha inborn, ulso the ex...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Southern AUstralian. Quid verum atque [?] curo, et rago, [?] hoc sum—HOR. EP., lib. 1, cp 1, v 11. ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1839. SPECIAL SURVEYS AND THE RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

i Elftem MmtiâîMsl <¿*idrerum a6j¡ke~kecena euro, rt rnxo,*f?mmt' t*Mt .un ^-Ooic/l^i, Iib,. !. ;.f, » Ui." ...«3 ry e^.'Ji I Àl>ELaH>fe? WfepKESDAT, illAaCff^^g^Ç , I 1 .. !.'". ' "... ; '--ViTVCn';'* ! SUÍITEYS AND THE. ES^DENT^ To carrrv into full effect the''^-".^^^.^ views of the founders of the J*r«vmc£ fifte j land must be piade the mensure ^.«migp^» iron, and .every acre capable of «tfltivaltoB should contribute its due proportion to reh der the < labor fund efficient. Ppr: die. fjrst j time in the history pf colonization" taevery soil on: which we stand, has-In^ndeclared puhUc ^ropcçtjv . -J* is emphatically'^; pfcor j man s refuge,, and ^f^s. hither |§Mfëîhe rcléníleÁ' illacfc poverty, as the l^w fled fro¿ '¿he avenger; of. blood/" l'hé^j|^^m by which tlie labor fund is to be^go^a%ed is one of considerable difficulty, asátitcTC qaircs, above all things, to be gSarifed against the insidious attacks pfï&lè ^jíp nents of - our system by the...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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RAILROADS COMPLETED, IN PROGRESS, AND PROPOSED IN BRITAIN. RAILROADS COMPLETED. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

RAILROADS COMPLETED, IN PRO GRESS, AND PROPOSEE*, 1$ BlU TAIN. ? ¿; The valions Hoes of railioad which are completed amount altogether, in length, to 52! mile* 4 »ui longs. Tue most extended of them all is lite Londou and li rtningham, the extteme length of which is 111 miles 2 furlong«, aod the COM of which, although the original estimate was but 2,500,000*. has been 4,500.000/. l ite next in magnitude is the Carlisle and New castle, which runs sixty miles, and others stand I hus: - RAILWAYS FINISHED, ~l Miles. Stanhope and Tyne to Souih Shields.... 34 Crnrafonl and High 1'eak, Derbyshire..33 Liverpool and Manchester, Lancashire. .31 Clarence, Durham... . ....30 Stockton and Darlington.............27 Whitby and Picketing, Yo'ksbtre.24 Leeds and Selby, Yotkshiie. . i.......20 Mortoii-in-lhe-Marsb . ./?..10 l.eiresteratid Swan ni n "ton, Leicestershire ld Wigan. Newton, and Wallington.14 Suudeilaud, Durham......-¿.12 Dundee and Nenióle,Scotland;.«12 1'ieston and Wrigat.:....?.-.IS St...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Southern Australian. j SiR.-Ànexcellent letter from " Delta" in thi «a.'s Gazette, inn tbe subject of tlie " Licensioi Aol," ha» induced me also lo'examine the provision) of H ; and I ca- not help sajín», that an act mon I Va ii ¿ht «vilfa danger to iher bot interests of th« colony, could nut possibly have been contrived. N*. In a »ural p.im of ii;w, it is ludicrous, ir Si far as il »¡ms at making peop'e belter, or,' at least, in resiraii ¡.ii iheoj from « i<u>{il»y -means of au Act of Council Is it m he cndiied. that any person in hy senses, in this age ol enlightenment, can believe in the possibility of doing this ? The complete failure ol Mich an al'euipt has been abundantly |>roved in the m aher country, and might now be east'y demonstra ted, were ih.-*ie any n« c*s*«ty-for so doing. 2nd. The Act i i a j o'i'ieo economical point o( view, is liigh'y to be deprecated; fori« introduces i ito this new col ny the i/n/nit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

Safas bs Pttbut fltttrtom Fcrnlture, Clothe*, JMIrlcultural | Implement*, fee. ofaflfcntleman going into the Bush. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By N. Bentham, TïïïS DAY, Marcb^Otbj at eleven for twelve o'clock. » A RT fl E N WA RE, PURNI TU R E cla-*s,-IïeAuiifurbed »nd table linen, fou splendid sets of baby finen, a number of Ladres", dresses, feather towers; carpets, stirer. knives, I fcc. Also carts, ploughs, drills, Sec. from th? best makers-. ' - ; . Catalogués may be obtained by application to N. Bentham TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. By Mr. TNT. Bentham, Government; Auctioneer, By Ordei of His Excellency the Resident Com missions, on Thursday next, March 21st. 1839, at the premise^ known as the Old Post Office on the Park Land, ALL the-sesnperiorframes,Door?,Windows";¡ and Fttltn is ofthe Building intended for ! the orizinsl G-ivemmem-hOuse. A large lot of oatmeal tn barrels; Fifty boxes of besrTin, 2 «asks fcarntss, .-.= 20 £&gs cofft«V*e«'eTal boxés glass, «ucl, . v...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

:- : TO COHÏtE^PONPlvN.rs, * Our remark* up^^ih^J^^îon^/nHahr <(¿^r-fatiatjt (.»?tu Colonel Lilli's \ease~-and^Mi*ra\ejhîr arti-; rm **e obliged tn he pejf/snwerfm^ ' -\...; Ve«!»-t-ià anûMF- to' Avblcui Çttîljfc &£jíit4tr ron* LHit^*(t*i--;yW?í«on lo "Pori Gwtojfr,) ¿j suclt . -iSirêsi' pujffiiig &át u* cannot inurtit'^'úUú f-aid ' v Kî A i LS.*-¿M»iii ¡for ' lîiilain. JCëw á^í£jÍVales, a-a.i V*a'o;D«einttt% lAu'Vper" Brîre^or't, .Vjè iid»er» iistwl at «fte Post QftYevo the 21st iá^li^at one

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Adelaide Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

fiodattt &&it9iw W&tâf:î \ ü ;J A RAI VALS. : ''" »IAlica 16 -Thebjig Fd»r, Captain George; from Rio de Janeiro the 4th January, with y a -valuable cargo of Brazilian produce. . .T-- - Al AUCH 17.-Tb* brig Black /..le. Cajp¿?f arding, ?from George Town tbeÜtb instant, witbAfófrsheep. ' TpEr*«TtJ«*.:. . MáRcñ 17- The brig Rapid, JPjJJgj,.;.from Launceston; ' . f * -- ._--: ???? -*i -V 3v.. The Britomart has nodergone repirrí.^aníi «rill sail for Hobart Town to morrow. --.'--St The Bttckiftghamihir^ Piantfr'i *$d $tf£ftpergnc from London, may beéapectçd this montjj^ The Governor has determined to ere^affjagrätefr at Glenelg, and another ai the nP5?U^w^tj^^u^«|t. Adelaide, for »lia purpofé of signalising the arrival ] acd departure of vessels at Holdfast Hayj^ »:,*>;? - j fi, r\ ? ? .- ' t¿¿ ¿ y ? i - OATH rm SK" 1 STF WA KT FoH»cs.-^'ty^jr|gñce; to J«-arn that aJëttêr lia« been received'tn Ali^^otony 1 «»b)ch «tatcf'íhat this>íiip pitt back"io.T^ refit.-o...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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PORT LINCOLN HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

PORT LINCOLN HERALD.     WE hail the appearance of the intended   paper as a matter of favourable augury ; and we say to its supporters most sincere- ly, I pede fausto. It is as utterly im- possible that a free and unpaid press   should exist without producing good ef- fects, as it would be for the air which surrounds us not to stimulate our vital   powers. lt is a singular instance of the   energy of our system of colonization, that w¡thin so short a space of time as that which has elapsed since the landing       of the first colonists, three papers have started into existence. Our Port Lincoln friends must however pardon us for giving them a few seasonable hints. To succeed, and to take a permanent hold on the pub- lic mind, they must avoid two things-the undue PUFFING of their own advantages, and the unreasonable attack of their neigh- bours. We are amongst those w...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

THE POST-OFFICE. j   COMPLAINTS of the present management of this important department are pouring in upon us every week, and we believe them to be mostly but too well founded. In the first place there is the non-delivery of letters - a serious inconvenience to the pub- lic. When the post office was under the direc tion of Mr. Gilbert, letters and papers were delivered at the houses of the parties to whom they were directed. Now, although the expense of this department, to the pubílc, is nearly if not   quite, seven times greeter than in Mr. Gilbert's time, unless you should happen to send or call at the office your letters may be there till dooms- day. This serious evil more particularly affects       communication with the Port, and perhaps would   be better illustrated by a few instances. It is only the other day that a bill accepted by a gentleman at Port Adelaide became due, and much to the surprise o...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN OFFICE. THB following are the terms of the SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN, which is published every Wednesday morning at the Office corner of Stephens-place, Rundle- Street — PRICE OF THE PAPER — 6d per number, or 26s. per annum. Subscribers have their papers sent to them if they desire it.       ADVERTISEMENTS — 6 lines and under [each insertion] 3s. 6d. ; above 6 lines, 3d. per line — Advertisements cannot be received later than 4 o'clock on Tuesday ; and orders to discontinue Advertisements already inserted must be sent to the office before 3 o'clock on Monday, or they cannot be attended to. Advertisements must be marked the number of times they are to be inserted,   or they will be continued until countermanded.       All subscriptions and advertisements must be paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN. LONDON : Messrs. Tinkler & Hancock, S. A. Agency &a...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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LIES OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 20 March 1839

I LIES OFÏÔVDAT^ ... . yr jjfc^'Tp^ fol ' TSs twinings as it is to grasp an eel. The j Gazette " lies like a bulletin," and when convicted of this practice 5jn one shape, cither ' starts on some fresh tack, or dishes np the; slander in a new form, till its readers, worn OB^5g$tfitts44 ddninabfeiterationi'* are wearied into acquiescenceV ? To follow the course of theM&àtiËtle seriatim, would weary the pa tience of a Job, and we shall therefore jijst expose tb« most flagrant of ks bouncers, and leave its reader* to refer if they please to our . colnmtii, and td compare wnst ts there set doivn with the misstatements of thc Govern Per .Contra. tai* is a direct lie - Hf lr. Mano V letter wa« dir^-tal Açajmvt «ni/ timi taiiaS. Th«, tr ords of i Mr." ^J«ii'«"s letter, tts j ; ._ ont,-in'.AUts vcrV Ga- ? l%taäe^i'' &^nè<j*cn>nr... aet|^,nré as follows:. ? . j filaisT^R-^iäüiitCÖm'- * "t should h* gratified uiissionär}j ... : .(íjrJthe reasons a^ready ÄSttgf«J) ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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ADELAIDE PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

ADELAIDE PKICE CU Ii RENT. £ s. rf. £ ». À. Ale-Dunbar's, per doze».. 16 O io 10 O hoodoo, pet h liri. 9 O O IO O O AshbyV, per barrel .. 9 O O IO O O Colonial, .. hhd. .. 7 O O .. 8 O O Beef, per tierce.- 6 0 O 9 O O freshrlb. 10 .. I O Butter, fresh, lb. 3 O .. 3 O salt, do. 2 I' .. 26 Coffee, ib. 9 .. 16 Candles, moulds, lb. 13 16 dips, do. 10 14 waa, do. 3 6.. 4 0 Casks, oil, per tun. 4 C Ö .. 5 0 0 Cedar, per foot. 6.. 9 Cheese, English, lb. 14.. 16 Coleoiil. ll.. 14 Deals, per foot,. 9 1 O Floor, colonial, per 100 lbs. 112 0.. 1 16 O Hams, per Ib...» 13.. 1 ? Hops, do.>. 2 .0 3 0 Hay, perlbtf...... 9 0 0 .. 10 O O Iron. do. .. IK 0 0 .. 20 O O Maize, per bushel. 6 .0 .. 8 0 Mutton, fresh, per lb. 10.. i~2 Oil,sperm, per gallos,.... 18 0 .. 16 O black, do.. .... 2 « .. 3 6 Porter, per dosen,. ll 0 .. 1 0 JO London, fahd. 9 0 41 ..10 O H9 colonial, dp. . ... 7 0 0 .. 8 O O Pork, per barrel. 4 (0 O .. 6 O Q Potatoes, per ton,..... ..12 O 0 .. 16 0 JO Rice, per lb............. ...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

TO CORRESPONDENT?. ''S: ' *{ Wt mu ft again postpone aurj^emarl^tipj^JhtSetsian .-and "fm fatter 'ob^rvattojus- Vjßon Cot^&ght's east}. An art kit on the Paa.O§^cet:'tn t^^slißU^ppaar in our*nesTy "'. ????-?.-». " ? Varitas ¿«aarjárarh PtrWiclHiis tméercófitfygation^

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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THE LEVES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

: . .HT-a nctire whirh we^mis^; ins'srted in another . eaîumn, ©ur Tearier« »Mil:perceive that the Levee .. which was 'advertised to taie, phire this dav, has*" been postponed till Wednesday Vext; thé 3rd bf Apr?', at One o'clock . AVetrust the public will , evidence on "that oc^asíóa, itíit although they : may have causes, pi difference wi-fo ,as (Colonization Com mbsione^wt^t^ey haye i 'tríjsjñpst loyal âtiachro^nt^^ Afc:. I tflljü^vee^llf TTxçèliënçy is^piciulj^he^s^ ¿pít,sesèntative tÔ^a^'Wi^^nkîcijs Quffèn, brm . ' Ve hope that> upon the ^eàsuthjg ^ceiUton- "tliè *"' rooms ^f Gowirimient H^e'wiH be nri^ with loyal subjects; ^ : ¿ - -v . -Z'- ?'- -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

'à. W s w«*» New^ettth Wales as *«íl a« HolûlV Tow and LAO&CESTOV. Van,pie Parlés wishing to remit, to thia colony, may cotain^lii upon tl)is establishment, hif, »If** catto» îû; the Branches*of the linton'Bank ol Aua^liaj at eijber of the abo* e towns. . g - EDWARD STEPHENS, 5 CáshiétS Bañlí of South Australia, r . . 19th March, 1839. Asv ?-.-.«it Jost Opened, !í fn these yiewfy-erexteil premises, tve deort túst pf Wr. Bentham's Sate-ropm,': Hindley-street; a larie Stock af Drapery, Habetdathery, Hosiery, aifd Grocery. ' J5 ? ? 7 "''"T RANDERS ¿nd $V*HYTE. beg ospectfuli.v ^ to acquaint the inhabitants of-Adelaide and vicinity,, that they -have commenced bufe* ^.fnéss in the DRAPERY and GROCCBT line» 'in the shop .mentioned above, with a "new and splendid stock of Goods,which they have bought under the most favourable circumstances, atjd which they intend selling for a small, rémunérat ion; profit, for Ready 'ft! ohéy only. * S- & VV. trusts from acknowledgebf"the b...

Publication Title: Southern Australian
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Australian — 27 March 1839

\ VARIETIES. * MrcBANici'íwstiTutioNs.--Tue education gî%ei at Mechanics' Institutions will unquestionably ten to inprove the people as operatives; to assist thos whose talents and industry render them capable o rising above the station in which they !¡av set out; and by extending the knowledge of the pr in ciples of science, and the application of the art among artisans.- to promote the improvement an« advancement of the useful arts. But the applicatioi of science to the arts is not the only object of seien tifie instruction. By implanting a knowledge of thi .works of nature and arlin the mind, we are supplyin| :aiwtant'"of human natara too much lost;-sight oí-rt bi roeíinsof agreeable, harmless, a nd rational recreattoi for leisure hours.1 Inieachingmcn: to derive pleasur from à knowledge1 of the beauties and wonders of na turé, «ve furnish Sn attractive pursuit to direct thi attention from other-modes of spending ieasure. time which are the bane of high and low, rich and poor» Ù ...

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