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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

N OTICE is hereby given that by inden ture bearing date (lie 3rd day of March .. 1862, made between John McFadyen of Mount Gambier, in the province of South Australia, Butcher (surviving partner of Malcolm Livingston, late of Mount Gambier, aforesaid.' Butcher, deceased) lately Trading under (he firm of McFadjenand Livingstone . of the first part, All red Samuel Hobbs of Mingbool in the County of Grey in the said Piovince Superintendent and John Living, stone of Carratum in ihe said County Stocks holder of the second, part and the several patties whose names and seals appear in and are affixed to the Schedule thereunder written or |he bird part, the said John McFadyen as such surviving party as aforesaid did con-, vey and-assign all :he real and personal estate of the said late partnership and all other his estate and effects for the benefit of the creditors of the said late firm of McFadyen and Livingston, and notice is hereby fur her given that the said indenture was on the day of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOSQUITO PLAINS. March 18th, 1861, (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

; MOSQUITO PLAINS.; March 18 th, 1801, (From our own correspondent.) The annual celebration of the Lord 'a sap per took place here in the Presbyterian . Church, on Smiday last. As on former occa sions, it was preceded by the Thursday's fast/ when. Di»ine Service was performed by Messrs Don and McCalman, the former-in English and the latter' in Gaelic. Services were also held on Satutday and Monday. . On the Sabbath Mr. Don preached from Ephesi* aus 5, 25, " Christ also loved the Church &c." and Mr McCalman gave an address in Gaelic, The discourses were most appropriate and im pressive. All the various services of the~oc-. casion were numerously attended, and appa rently listened to with the greatest attention, We were favoured, with.a transitory visit from Messrs. Richardson and Horn last week. They received but small encouragement, and few signatures to their petition. We fancy they will make but few converts in the South Eastern District. Ail the eloquence of the Guardian ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS. A NEW MAP or THE COLONY OF Vrc<* T6RIA - A handsome map of the colony of Victoria was brought to our office the other day for our inspection by the publish ?r, Mr. James Grieve. After a careful exami nation of it, we believe *a can justly say that it is decidedly the best map that has ever appeared.;. It extends for an inch and a half, or fifteen miles west of the boun dary line into the South Australian colony, showing all the places withia that space from Mount Schanck to the Tatiara country. We would strongly recommend onr friends to obiaiu a copy, as tte advantages ?hich it will confer upon them will be more thau an equivalent to the cost cf the map. Wehave been assured by the publisher that the price is the same here as in Melbourne, namely, £2 2s. The want of a good map of the colony of Victoria has been long felt, and we firmly believe that Mr, Grieves map will-answer all present requirements. We hope our friends will not alW the chancewhich will be off...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. Current PRICES.-Thursday, March 21, .Wheat may be qucted al from .... 3s. to 3s. 3d. . DP. at Macdonnell Bay 3s. 4^lo 39 7d. OatSj, (in demand) 4s. :rto 5s. Potatoes (new) ,. £2 l0s, to £3. Do. (old)......* dull of sale. Butter (very scarce) . -...Is. to. Is 3d,.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

FLO WE US. Exhibitors

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne, 7th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

MELBOURNE MAKKETS. Melbourne, 7th March, 1862, W. L Lees, repoits WHEAT. ? $, d. f. d. New extra,per bushel ... 5 1 5 2 New Good . . 4 9 6 0 ;0'd .mi ling . . . "4 0 4 10 Old inferior J ; 4 0 4 6 BARLEY. English malting, per bushel .. 5 0 5 7 Cape seed ' .. 4' 3 4 9 Californian ' .. 4 0 4 6 ; . OATS. . . Victorian new, per bushel,.: V. V 4 3 5 0 Tasraanian old . . 4' 6, <4 9 Danish superior _ .none - Californian ' .. ' a 1 4 3 fcouh pr Iiisb - .. 3 6 3 8 WHEAT.-Supply good, not heavy, mil lers purchase cautiously, the market is hp;.vy since the latest intelligence of American news came to hand, prices arp therefore source I y firmat our quota.ion?. ? As to the valuj of Wheat being increased, or vice ver?a, by an American war,- in' onr present position as Wheat producers, 1 have bem at bsue with, some partie-. War risks, war freights, and chances of the war, , being termina ted before, vessels going fr< m Here c iild ' teach their destination, would tend; to che...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HORTICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

HORTICULTURE. Judges-J, C. Lyon, Esq , 8 M , J, Urapher stoo, Esq., J.P., and T. A. Weils, Esq., J.P. Peaches, best dozen - v i .v 0 10 0 One entry, A. Srr.ith. > Apples, best 2 dozen . . ." 6 10 <). One entrj', Gv Shelton. Pear", best two dozen ... 0 10 0 j One entry, Dr; E. Weill. | Piums, best-collection 0 10 o Judges ..eriiltrks-Not worthy a prize. Water melon, best3 .. 0 7 6 John Harvey. JFruit, best collection ... 0 15 0 No 1, G. Limner. Do. second best do. .. 0 10 0 2, Dr. E. Weh 1.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

; NOTICE. THE Partnership hitherto Existing between Stephen Milstead and Ezra Hull, Butchers, of MacDonnell Bay, has this dafr been dissolved by mutual consent. AH claims against the firm are to be sent to Stephen Milstead, Butcher, MacDonnell -Bay. . . - STEPHEN MILSTEAD, EGRA HULL. Witness--Kenneth McKensie. 1EZRARULI, Will not be responsible 9 : for any Debts contracted by St^hen Milstead, in the firm of Milstead and Hull, after the 1st March, 1862. MacDonnell Bay. 1st March, 1862. 47cm NOTICE.-We take .this opportunity: of informing the - lnhabiiants of Port MacDonnell and thesurrounding 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, u» merit a continuance of that support hitherto enjoyed, - (Signed) DAVID HULL, tc EZRA HULL. TO BUILDERS. rpENDERS Required for the Erection af a. JL jStone Building. Apply to 47 8 W. A. CROUCH. FOR SALE, '1 WO First-class Sections....

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

Sale OF STOCK-We no-ice the *ale of 2,6^0 three and <Pur year old Ewfg, in lamb, at 10s and 4< 00 Weddets at 9s 6d easy terms by~C. J. Valentine, of Penola.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POULTRY and MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

POULTRY and MISCELLANEOUS. Judges-E. Wehl, Esq., J.P., Messrs A* South and T. Newtoa, Turkeys, best pair ... 0 10 0 No Exhibitors. Geese, beet pair .. .. 0 10 0 No Exhibitors. Ducks, best pair .» ..06.0 One entry, Peter McArthur. Judges remarks, worthy a prize* Fowls, on# entry, J. DAVIS. Judges remarks-Middling, but recom* mended for a prize. The Judges wish to express their commen dation of three varieties of Pumpkins. Rock Melons, Red Beet, Tomatoes and Girk'ns, i also two samples of Indian corn exhibited by Mr, Johnston, but not for competition. And would particularly recommend the attention of Farmers and Gardeners to the cultivation of Red Beet, as the one of the most useful succulents grown. I . ? - The Dinner-or Lunch- connected with the above event came o& after the Shew, and was held in the large and commodious room of the Farmers' Inn, to which up | wards of thirty friends and neighbours sat down. . The chair was occupied by J, Umpher ston. Esq.. J P., supported o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SUBJECT FOR PHYSIOLOGISTS. HAIRLESS ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

i'.:---tn' in.;. ..« V .. ; . .. A SUBJECT FOR PHysiOLpGISTS. . .HMRI^SS ABOR1GIN \ ' ~.It may tbe, rememberedthal, some,months agp<iaielligence^rench«d;Syilney o£thg dis covery«of a tribe of natives ^inland, >wlib Were remarkable for the circumstances, that (bey'were entirely devoid of hair.possessing neither, the ordinary capillary - adornment nor .the well greased beard of which the , aborigines generally are so proud.' The rumour; * as treated at the ijmje as^inere canaid, but on - Tuesday we had ocular prpof of the fact that such a race of people doesexist, .one of the^e singular beings have been brought tlo > Sydney , by Mri D.F. : Mackay/of Queensland, ,in whose service he hat been for some lime past. .The- native; of whom we are-speaking is diminutive in size with verysroall limbs, and^bears ibat,pe culiar. :Piamp pfcpuntenance and formation of skull which, according lo I aurence, denote the Malay species. Mr Mackay describes him 'as being intelligent; But, ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable (hat communications should be short arid pithy; lengthy articles do not suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be talfen of anonymous com - munications. Correspondents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. . All articles sent for insertion must be-| authenticated by the name and address of-the I writer-not as a " sine qua non " f» r publica- | tion^but as a guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

DAI It Y PRODUCE. Judge#-E. French, Esq., J.P., E. Webl, Esq;, J.P., aud Mr. iioltje. Butter, stilt, not'ess lhan 7 lbs. best 10 0 One «'tiiry, P, Mc^rihur. Jud«cs remarks-very good, recommended fur a piize. Cheeses, lust 8, first prize .. 1 0 0 Twi entries, No I, W. Sinclair. Do. second best do. .. 0 10 0 No 2, J. Uiupheiston , Esq . Hams,best ..-,1';.. 0 AO. b - * .'' One efitry. .&: J,'-*. V. a, . Judgesvremarks~iiot ''considered^wojtlby a prize. .. ' ''

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FUNERAL OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

FUNGAL OF PRINCE ALBERT. No vulgar pomp aodrvain parade was to be lavished upon one! who by (be highest intellectual gifts of mind, cultivated 10 the highest degree by unbounded amiability, by a love of alL things great and beautiful, and by the . constant practice of the truest domestic virtues, had ennobled the Court to which he was called, and won.the supreme affection of the whole nation. A prince like tbiva manjjke this, did not stand in need :,<>f ;'a tofijh light funeral.oroftbose . mediwval pageantries soloved abcl courted by other monarcha; he knew tbat he bad left, behind him an example of domestic Jj virtue# atid the. highestfulfilmeot of duty* i the memory of which,,will li ve " in the hearts ofall, which could npt be increased by any thing that the pomp of funerals could bestow. All was simple as became bis '« calm and philosophic mind. There was no ostentatious: Jyiijg -iu state; a short and becoming procession, from the. Castle of Windsor to St. George's...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

VEGETABLES. Judges-JEFreirch, Esq.V^.P.y and Messrs* I ' J. Johnsldo and A. Beawick " , - j Bes' collection " ~ ?* .. 10- 0 | One entryi j Judges reraarks-^lndiffeient v I Field peas, driedj,' best 3 bus'iels 1 0 '0 One entry Judges remarks^rather "fair. . Potatoes,.best 1 "cwj., first prizs ... 2 0 0 Ten entries. No. 4, D. Potter Do, secdifd;best do, second prize 1 0:; 0 No. 2, J. Davi* , Judges remarks-The whole of t{ie parceh were of the most cXcelien'.kiud, both in size and quality, ' Onions, best § cw'., first prize 1 0 0 Three entries. No. 3, G. Shelton. > ; Do. : second best do , secund prize 0 10 0 No. 2,D, Potter, : Turnii s, best dozen, first prize 0 7 6 ' Two entries, No I, Gv Shelton. Do. second best do, second prize Q*. 5 ' 0 No 2, G. Shelton. .. * 'y Mangold Wurtze', best dozen 0 5 0 Carrots, best dozen, first prize 0 5 0 Three entries, No 3, G. Shelton, Parsnips, do. .. 0 5 0 No exhibitors. Pie melons, best .3 .. .. 0 .5 0 Three entries-No 3, J UmpHerston. j Rhubar...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS £ sr Fine flour, per JOIJ .; .. 12 10 Pollard, per bushel ... ... 0 1 1 do. per ton 5 0 Bran, do. : .. ... 0 1 Oats, per bushel ... V; 0-5 Crushed do. ; v . 0*6 Barley ... 0 5 Crushed do. - - .w. * . .. 0 6

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

S ' iip.T NEKE, boot 'and ;Shoe -Maker, m 'iWiloMbiedn^ot Mt *fj&nxhier' that he Kaa nowonSal.e ia,tne .pre-: -a&es idjWtig >vlolin " B^Lnd Shoes, of-the]be?t descripuon, whidh^ f Ali {)rd«» for New Boots or Repairs will "r.:v^cto' ;. & %&*?? Cook, ^c.* (^xCpoor ;%t Ori^ Jo > f\ th« " Border Waich '- , Office,J retUtns hi? -1. nee re i hanks to his'fri6iid,& and-; customers for aheliberalHupporty?hichhe4ia9ieceived sitfee ,h3: contnienced'^Businesg5 atthe (Mounts and J villi age eveix^odeavour to ratrit ? a- conUQU" ,; *nce of the same. ? ? .=' . ^f)rders punctually aUended lo, and custom .m served at their:o^n.do^P " : ;l2W ? i- ' . .?*. -?. '. - " " .' 1 t r ?? .... . . ? ' r .. -.f; ^~Tv; ; / M O L L I S' & S ; v*; :. Builders; i'v '' "\Vbeerw rights, &c?, ^ i 'Tenolfc, , v 8|g io acquaint ihfir friends and the public .. g&erally that they- b«Ve)»m1m?n5S|sd>utai^. i t&ibB.abpve Branches, and Jh ope; ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine-Flour,-per ion V. . - "... £12 10 , 0 "Brar, per ;bushel .. .. 0 1. 3 Pollard, do, V. .. 0 1 3 Oats do. .. .. 0 5; 0 Barley do. .. .. (V 0 0 Charges .lor crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1862. MOUNT GAMBIER AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL AND HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 1862. MOCJNT G A IM BIER AGRICULTU RAL, PASTORAL AND HORTICUL TURAL ASSOCIATION. ' ; PATRON . - Sir R. MACDONNELL, K.C.B. ILL'' - - PRESIDENT: James UMPHERA-ON, Esq , J p. VICE-PRESIDENTS. ' ' J. C. Lyor, E-q., S.M., nnd Dr. E. WEHL, J.P. MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE : WF89RS. J. Wall's, J Karvip, A South, VV, Pai.TRIDGC, T, William®, T. FTEWFON, and J. S'l IIH. JLONOHARV SICRLTAKV: G. D, Wyatt. This, the first Exhibition of Farm, Garden and Dairy Produce, was held in a paddock adjoining the Farmers' Inn, on the l8lh inst., at Mount Gambier. / We have refrained from making any Editorial ransarks on the Show generally* deeming it best to leave that to the Judges appointed, but we cannot avoid expressing oar agreeable surprise at the first class quality of the Exhibition taken as a whole. The wheal was goaged by a new standard bushel, made by Simpson of Crawler Place, Adelaide, and guaranied as a fa& siaaila of the one used by th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

OPjD FELLOWSHIP. A new Lodge of Oddfellows in connec-   tion with the Manchester Unity of England was opened at Port Macdonnell on Friday the 18th inst, at Host McKenzie's Victoria Hotel, under the superintendence of the officers and brothers of the Mount Gambier Lodge, viz.: P.P.G.M C. Allchin as G.M.; P.G. T. Burcham as N.G.; N.G. Harvey as V.G.; V.G. W. Pickett as R.S.N.G. ; P.V G. W Clark as L.S.N.G ;   P.G. J. G0ss as R.S.V.G.; Brother Black- more, L.S.V.G. ; Brother S. Barrett, Warden; Brother E. Smith, O.G. ; Brother C. Clark, I.G. ; Brother Andrews, Secre- tarv. There were also present Dr. Graham, P.G. Paltridge, P.G. Anderson, Brother G. Hopwood, P.V.G. J. Arnold; Host, A. South. After the usual formalities of opening the Lodge, &c , &c., the following friends were   duly admitted : - S. Saunders,. H. Smith, J. Floyd, W. Layley, R, Tyrrell, J. Bade- noch, W. Brooksby, G. Arnold, I Hitch- cock, G. Goodes S. Hitchcock, W....

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