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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS.. Fine Dour, per ton .. .. £12 10 0 Bran, per bushel .. ..01 3 Pollard, do, .. ..013 Oats do. .. . 0 5 0 Barley do. .. .,000 Charges tor crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

DIED, at East Ardno, on the 3rd March, Andrew McFarlane, of Knabdale, Argyle- shire, Scotland, aged 52 years. Deeply la-     mented by his family.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TABACCY TREE Written for the Border Watch by G.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

'J H fcJ TABACCV TREE ./."* Writisn for the Border Watch by G.P.) Atlength Phelim's clock, i.e., his apes liie began to warn him that it was getting near dinner lime, and he resolved to start home, leaving the labacey till another time. After travelling homeward? f< r some dis tance, he was stopped by a deep ravine which Bhovred linn ;that was not his way. Nothing disheartened, he turned back and travelled in the contrary direction, but be fore long >vas checked by a mass of impene treble l('ofn bosh and tea-tree scrub " Niver say die " he exclaimed as he turned short to his right " the third time pays for all/' but after w alking a long time by the side of the scrub, he was again aitonished on finding himself on the edge of a large swampy hiath which he certainly had never seen before--so that was hot his way home became clear. .He had now walked many miles, and these repeated failures.and his disappoitiitrent in not finding any Vtabaecy' in his wanderings^; tbcugli h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

NOTICE. TH E Partnership hitherto Existing between Stephen Milsiend and Ezra Hall, Butchers, of MacDonnell Bay, has this day been dissolved hy mutual consent. All claims against the firm are to be sent to Stephen Milstead, Butcher, MacDonnell Bay. '' STEPHEN MILSTEAD, EGRA HULL. Witness-Kenneth McKenzie. 1EZRA. HULL, w.ill not be responsible' 9 for any Debts contracted by Stephen Milstead, in the firm of .Milstead and Hull, alter the 1st March, 1862. MacDonnell Bay. 1st March, 1862. 47cm NOTICE.-We fake this opportunity of " informing the Inhabitants of Port MacDonneli .and the surrounding neighbour hood, that we shall continue to carry on the Business as Butches, jointly, in David Hull's old ^established premises/and hope by civility and attention, to merit a continuance of that su. port hitherto enjoyed, (Signed) DAVID HULL, tc EZRA HULL. TO BUILDERS. f"SLENDERS Required for the Erection of a X Stone Building. < Apply to 47 8 W. A. CROUCH. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. ENGI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

PIGS. PIGS. PIGS.; ' | V11E Undeisiunod has for s^le a quamiiy , 4- . of Pigs, and can supply the t'ade regu la'ly in any q autities and size. 6ic MOORE AND MORTIif ER. Nymphsvdle. NOTICE. TpHE PaMncwhip existing between Milstead and Hull, Butcher*, of Mardonnell Bay, being about to be dissolved, parlies having claim? against the firm are required to send in their accounts before Saturday the 15th day of March, after which date no claim will, be allowed against the firm. - . flYBE tiDdersigned will not bold himself J- .Responsible for any Deb s contacted by Mr. Hull iq the name of the ^rm after this da'c. -T"~ STEPHEN jVULSTEAD, Port Maidonuell, March 4th, 1862. 46tc .NTED, a Barman" a( the South Australian Hotel, Mount Gam^icr. R. LQ&G, , A PUBLIC DINNER will be Held in connection with the Independent Order of Oddfellows, M.U., on the occasion of Opening-the Port Mucd-mnell-Lodgje, at Hosr. McKenzie's Victoria [Jotel, on tl>e ,14ih MAItCH, 1862. Dinner on the Table at ha...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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I. A TER ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 28TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

I.ATER *ENGLIS H NEWS TO THE-. 28TH NOVEMBER. By the arrival of tlie Suffolk at Qneens clifle we are placed in possession of news lo ihe.28ih November. Southampton, 27ib : November. The La Plata lias arrived. She brings news that Messrs. Sliddell and Mason, the Con federate Commissioners ..were forcibly taken r out of I he Royal Mail Company Vsteamer Trent, whilst on her passage from Havannab to St. TKomas, by the American war 6b»p Sun Jacinto. The steamer Theodora, with the Com" missioners on ;board, ran the blockade of Charleston on lbe!8ib October la»t. M''. Sliddell was accompanied by his wife and three daughters*, TheY left Havannab on' board the Trent, on the 7th inVt.., and on ihe 8as ishe tvP8 approaching a narrow pas sage between a reef opposite the Paradon Grande Lighthouse, Old Bahama Channel, a large wai^^ssvl was observed waiting ahead, andshowing her>colours. On com ing nearer the Trent hoisted her ensign, which met with arespouse from the war vessel. When within ab...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications, ?«. ,. , ? . ... . * r Correspondent? are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. . All articles sent for insertion must be autbenticatfd by the name and address of the writer-not as a " sine qua not)" fi r publica ' tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. Frequent disappointments occurring to our friends, who only requiring copies occasionally of the. "Border Watch/' delay asking for them until, perhaps every oue is sold. We wouldrespectfully suggest then, that our non subscribers give notice not later than Tues - day, 3 p.m., of what number they requ ire and they shall be duly forwarded! Our terms for the future Vrill be Per Quarter, paid ia advance ... 6s. 0d. Do. do. on Credit ' ... 7s. 6d Single Copy .. 6d

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CORRESPONDENCE. FORMS OF OATH. To the Editor of the Border Watch[?] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

CO BR KSPONDENCE. FOUMS OF OATH. To the Editor of the Border Wr,*** Sir,-Some lime ego a correspondent drew the attention of your readers lo the flippant form of oath employed in the courts of law in this country, and suggested that the Scotch and German* ought ID be permitted to swear in those forms to which they have been ac customed in their native lands, and which they regard as peculiarly solemn and sacked. I entirely concur in the views of your corres pondent. It seems to me an aiiimaly that in a country where people are tllowed to wor« ship God in the manner which they judge to be most acceptable to him'and most edifying to ihemselre.*, they should be denied the pre* vilege of using their own forms of invoking the deity in a court of law. Many intelligent people believe that *' kissing the book is a relic of superstition A sort ofidolatrons homage paid to the roeremateria'sof the sacred volume instead of the spirit which ought to animate the heart. I do not, however, object a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1862. OUR POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

Published every Friday morning.; ^FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1862. OUR POSTAL COM M.CJK1CATIQNS. WITH reference to three letters in car last week's iaBue_on the above subject, we regret > exceedingly that our respected correspon dents should hate made that a personal matter, which was directed against a system. Our worthy ex>PoBtmaster . corroborates the main punt of our assertions, and we should be, with the worthy magistrate at Port MacDoonell, equally sutprised at any "severe comments made upon the conduct " of the Postnca&ter at that place," but they certainly do not appear, in the article com* plained of. Our strictures were against the Post-office Regulations, not against the Postmaster, who, no: only in his official capacity as Sub»Collector of Customs. Shipping masur and Postmaster, but in bis position as a gentleman, stands high, and deservedly so, in tie estimation of every one who knows him. We certainly were in error in supposing that, like all other 44 Transit Mai...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET FEBRUARY 21ST, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

f MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET FEBRUARY 21ST, 1862. , W. L. Lee®, reports WHEAT,-Supply ife not excessive from the interior; some small arrivals from South Australia huve beeu transhipped for the Sydney market. MiUcrs have not been so ; tlesiious to purchase iVheat the last few days . a* earlier in the week, consequently there is a difficulty in getting over 5s. per bushfl, ex-' cept for the very choicest samples. In the absence of any operations for shipment pij3» sent prices will be difficult to maintain. The samples exhibited at the Grain Show to-day > are extremely finej and will no doubt give the supremacy to Victoria for the finest Wheat in the world's fair in May next, at London. BARLEY,-English Malting finds buyers as it comes into the market at full rates, and will be the most remunerative Grain this season, tip-top samples being worth 6s. 6d per bushel. Cape Seed is greatly inquired tor, worth 4s. 6d. per buhel, OATS.-A considerable improvement in the value of this Grain has ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Electric Telegraph. ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL WITH NEWS TO JANUARY 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

Electric Telegraph. I ARRIVAL OF THE \ E$&LISH MAIL WITH JSEWS TO JANUARY 27TH. Thejiews by Electric Telegraph come up to January 27. The intelligence is variotis and important. Our news by Electric Telegraph are riot . very remarkable or stunning ; but still there is enough to make thinking people consider. On Mount Gambier we may Hardly feel the world move; but the world moves for all that! There is no tidings of the Bombay since leaving Galie with the December mails. She is supposed to have been disabled in ^a cyclone, a circular storm, which sweeps in a circular and progressive motion over the face of the ocean. A cyclone is one of those wonderful gyratory storms which indicate; the existence of laws not jet re* duced to any specific system. < With relation to the Civil War iu Am erica,- it icay be noticed that the Inderal Slates are making vast preparations for car rying on the war in the Southern territory. It is a very noticeable fact that most of the Feder...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS FROM ENGLAND TO DECEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

NEWS FROM ENGLAND TO «: ,V. DECEMBER 26. The following intelligence is so impor. lant thatwe(Economist) quote- it from a secondedition of the Argus-V LONDON, December 26. The year has closed upon us in gloom and Borrow. The Prince Gonadrt is dead, and the nation is gathering up' all its ener^ giea for a tremendous struggle, and a bloody war with North America, should the mix guided Cabinet of VVashiogton, mob* swayed and insolent, not repent^ of its out# rage in timei I will first detail the great melancholy loss of England. On Monday, the 23:d instant, at twelve o'clock, the mortal remaios of the Prince Consort were laid in the resting-place of the tomb. With I hat good sense which is characteristic cf Her Majesty, and by the express wish of tbe illustrious Prince himself, the funeral was ordered to. be as private as possible, under tbe circumstances. : It is now certain that the Prince died > of typhoid fever, identical with that of his cousins, the King of Portugal and his you...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW. The North British Review, No. LXX. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW. " '.jb- . . - - The North British Reviewt No. LXX. There is a striking and informing article on Spain in this number of the "North British Review," and it gives us cheering assurance that Spain is reentering the great European family of nations* and that at present its material and moral condition id undergoing a regeneration. It is a fine country; and the Reviewer thinks that there is a prospect of its a^aiti becoming a formidable one. It is a remarkable and significant sign of the " New Era" Whtah is dawning, that the two most'Catholic countries in Europe-the two countries that have abounded most.With priests and paupers-are now undergoing a. thorough and vital change, and are literally working out their own material salvation, as well as emancipation from the ancient servile and ghostly influences. By the way, we have a delightful article in this Review on the '.Poets aind Poetry-of Young Ireland." Some of the specimens of the poetry of Young Ire'and are...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine floor, per ton Pollard, per bushel do. per ion Bran, do. Oats, per bushel 'Crushed, do. Barley Crushed do.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. - .. ? ; '' jk~ " KEINEKE, Boot and* Shoe Maker, /V .>?? begs to inform the inhabitants of Mt Gambier, thathe lias now oil Safe in thp pre mises adjoining Mr, John: Tuittf'p .Store, a JLarge Assortment* of Colonial and English Boo 8 and Shoes, of the bestdescription, which he .itr now Selling at very: Moderate Piiees. All Orders for New Boots or Repairs wijl be punctually attended to. 12cm ^ H. SPRINGER, Baker, Pastry \JT* Cook, &c., (Next- Door but Ope to lW. !' Border .Watch Office,) retutris bis sincere 'hanks to;his friends and customers for the l^eral support which he has received since h-j commenced' Business at the Mount,'and will use every (endeavour tu intrit acontinu* ance'of the same. Orders punctually attended to, and custom ers served at their own doore. 12fm CyP L L I S & ST ARK Ev ' Builders, Carpenters, Cabinet: Makers, W heelwrights, &C., . Penola, Beg to acquaint their friends and the public generally that they have-c...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBLER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

MT. GAMBLER PRODUCE MARKET. CURRENT PRICES.^--Thursdaj, Feb, 27, VVIieat.may be quoted at from ........... 3a. to 3s. 6d. 3D<vai Macdonnell Bay 3s. 6d to' 3s. lOd. Oais, (in demand) 4s. v to 5s. Potatoes(new). ..........£'5 Do. (old)............vdull of eale. Butter (very scarcej ' .. " Is. to la. 3d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per (on .. .. £12 10 0 | Bran,, per bushel . 0 1 3 Foliar,dj^ do. .. .. 0 1 8 Gals do. .. . . 0 5 0 Barley do. .. ...00 0 Charges lo** crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS, SNAKE AT SCHOOL.--On opening- the Kincraig school the other <3aj, a large snake was found lo be in possession of toe same. His suakeship seemed very much taken aback at his novel position when ir master and scholars presented themselves at the door; and before he recovered hi* * usual sang froid, he was dispatched by sundry blows from the broom-handle, He measured five feet in length. FINE Wool.-We are very glad to record the lact that the second prize for wool shown at Messrs. Goldiburgh'a Rooms, Melbourne, was awarded to the wool of Mr. Adam* Smith, of Broad meadowf! The wool exhibited was part of the clip recovered from the Livingstone (! I) which was taken to Melbourne by the purchaser.-We believe the samples are to be sent to the Great Exhibition of 1862, where we hope he may be equally forto* nate. - AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL AND HORTI CUETURAL ASSOCIATION.-The first show of cereals, &c», in connection with this useful Society wilt be held on Tuesda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 March 1862

DIED, at East Ardno, on the 3rd March, Andrew McFarlane, of Knabdale, Argyle     shire, Scotland, aged 53 years. Deeply la- mented by his family.

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

Miscellaneous. ^Thb , RATAL ; $4Yal, RESERVK.-A: ^gljonierously attended meeting of shipowners, ^j^imanders, and others connected v\yiiji i^e^<mfrcantiIi?;''inarin«,t^wasil)eld-.--Bt Use London Tav?rn,; to consider the regulations for the enrolment of officers, and the 'best means of assisting Government in procur ing the;' number .of seamen .required :lo complete the' Roj'al Naval Reserve farce. Mr. W. S.-; Lindsay,; M.P., presided. Resolutions were passgd expressing the® opinion of; the meeting .that,. 400oompeleri||l -officers can easily be raised from tiie mer-. cantile marine provided;Government Will; place them on , a proper: ^footi»ig. ^ The^ railing to imply equality ^itb eorrespoDding vank in tlieRoyrilNavy: also/thatit is desirable to plac^ the Royal Naval Reserve force in its relation .to the navy on a fooling simil^to that which the volunteer force on ' ^ shoie occupies in relation to;the army. A LADY AMONGST MEDICAL STUDENTS. «^Alady,ofad ipirable-purpose Bnd...

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