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THE SEPARATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 March 1862

THE SEPARATION QUESTION. On Monday evening, the 17th instant, a   Lecture was given by R. H. Horne, Esq., in Mr. South's Large Room, at the   Farmers' Inn, on the Question of Separa- tion, that is the advisability of separating the Western portion of Victoria and the Eastern portion of South Australia, in   order to form a separate and mid-colony, to be called Princeland. Mr. Horne, accompanied by Mr. Rich- ardson, proprietor of the Portland Guar- dian, and Secretary to the Separation League, have been travelling under the auspices of the "Separation League,"     whose head quarters are at Portland. This meeting was one of a series that have taken place at various parts of the Western Dis- trict of Victoria, finishing at Macdonnell Bay.     The meeting was called for 8 o'clock in   the evening, and in??? about half an hour after that time, there were about 100 per- sons present, a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

.. ' ~ :j NOTICE. ' ^ - HP H E r.Partnerships hitherto - Existing between Stephen Milste»d and Ezra Hull,- Butchers, of McDonnell Bay; jiasi. : this 'das ? been dissolved byrmutual' consent,v AH claims. against,the firm,bedsentlto' Stephen .Milstead,,-Butcher, MacDonnell Bay, ;* ( STEPHEN MILSTEAD. EZRA HULL. 'Witness-KenneshMcKenaV. - . . ** 1. EZRA-! HULL, yil} not be responsible 9 for:arty Del>«s contracted.. by Stephen , Milstead. in, the prtn, of Milstead and Hull, .alter il»e; 1s t'March, 1862. MacDonnell Bay. 1st- March, 1862, 47cm NOTICE.-^We 'nke this opportunity of informing the Inhabi'ants of Port MacDonnell and the surrounding neighbour hood, that we shall continue to carry on the Businefs as BCitches, jointly,in David Hull's old-established premises,ind hope by civility and attention, to.merit a continuance of that support hitherto enjoyed, (Signed) DAVID HULL, tc EZRA HULL. '- = . FOlt SALT-', - FIVE veais LEASE of the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HOTEL, For further particulars...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

BURTON'S NATIONAEi CIRCUS. Established in the Colonies, 1851. ' ^ 60 MEN AND HORSES. '8 HIS GREAT TROUPE, comprising all f the acknowledged. Male and Female, Equestrian, Acrobatic and Gymnastic Artines in ihp Australias, toje'thef with thrif ! Renowopd Band, in the * v . ' I GOiiGEOUS DRAGON CHARIOT, Will appear at MOUNT GAM BIER on FRIDAY & SATU RDAY, A PlilL 4TH and 5TH. ' - Po8hively ''or Two Nights OnJy, having agjanied to Perform at.PK»oi.A, on Monday, T"" : April 7th. THE GREAT EASTERN WONDER, MAHOMED CASIM, ' Whose astounding "performances, have lately created an Immense7Sensation in "Adelaide, will appear and exhibit his Unparalleled FeaU of Dexiterity, and Agility. - - RoinemlJer, Two: Nights Only, Fiiday and Saturday, April 4th and 5th. \ v HENRY Burt6k, Pr/ipr etop. \ H. RICHARDSON, Agent. "O ES0LIJTIONS and Memorial Passed at a Public, meeting held;, in Long's Assembly Room- on -Wednesday JBvenirig, M arch 27th, for the purp3§e of Opposingthe agitation now in pro...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

£ VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Tine Motir, per ton , i. Bran, per bushel '.. Pollard, do, ' Oats . do. Barley do. Charges Mo' crushing Is, .. 1'12.10 0 .. 0 13 0 13 .0*5 0 .. 0 0 0 bushel. . . * .

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PRINCE CONSORT'S VIRTUES. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

THB PRINCH -CONSORTV VIRTUES. {From theTimes J :VYe cannot tell yet bow much <we. -baVe now lost. ' The Prince -CousojrjU -was^the natural bond vand;truniiy\af- the' fipyaj House.: . When.ihgtboiEtd is broken, we all know how soon.a.famiily n&a'y burst asunder. Difference of te.mpur, ajje, and;circam8tance quicklyreve.als rivalries and jealotisies spring tfp where leastexpjeojed. ftpd uto.jft cenire pf loving hearts aofJVstxpjig hands -succeed;: schism . and alienation^- _ The .exv ample of .the good loiig survives their^deathy' but will our Royal family ibV.safe'from even . the dangers ol such a change?" No retrospect of -the Prince^ ^on^pu's, life and character wowjd .beVcom^lete wiib-rv out some notice of a point, vqf.cai!dinal ija-. .'.portancfe^inx'air'cgumflnes^ofii-rovaU-v.'-.-Till jhe presen t.reign the1 -principal vice;of Bri tish Sovereigns find 'princes, as^ jhdeedj'.of 5^moit:Pnnce8/vW»:.been::lbriftles'if'.;-ibalhagfri; mentjand: rcckUss exjienduure. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ADDITIONAL MEMORIALS OF HIS LATE ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

ADDITIONAL MEMORIALS OF HIS I^Tfe ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT. ?, As may very naturally be 8iipposed,ihe home ..papers are ftill to ovei flowing with particulars of the life, character, death, and funeral of The Prince Qonsort. The great event has made a seneilion unequalled in modem times except by' the sudden death, "in her hour of sorrow.! ofthe Princess ChW , lotie of Wales, who wt», some two ^nerar lions ago, the hope, pride,-mid darlfn^,of the British people. , We are' o.'d enough<to recollect that great event-^bne which led to the marriage of the J>uke of Kent, and:the .j j o Present Majesty, the now widowed Sovereign of; the British ,empire, mere is a similarity fn both peases, in the, suddenness of the sho^k and the greatness otjhe bereavement. Bui there .is. this: difference between -"the somewhat parallel cases, TJje death of - the Priocess Char lotte -appeared,, at the time; to cot.off Hie: direct succession to the British-Ctown : whereas ,n the case ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. PROGRESS OF THE MOUNT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

PROGRESS OF THE MOUNT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. h ilt-On returning to The Mouot, afier V.n-absence of-nearly twelve months, I have been ngree»b'.y surprised by, ihe striking evuleiYce of the very rapid progress \vhi<h 1 he 'Mout.it making. -? I «carcdy kno * which to mentiitiv first, so. rapidly "did n^v builds ings ajid >v«:ent impi ovements arrest my atti'oinVn^ ; :! he basis of your prosperity is agricultiiial conjoined with . horticulture ; and from what I have -heard in various -. ; 'he'- really success achieved by the late Exhibition, I have no doubt whatever that if your Society con tinues under its present efficient manage ment, it will take a high place among our colonial institutions. Your .rich soil is a veritable^^ELDorado" and far:more indi cative ofprogress tbari a gold " Placer/' with its. feverish, and .fluctuaiM'g rushes.''. . No doubt, markets may be.oc-. casionallyidifficult of access, and prices may occasionally; rUe arid fall, like^ the p...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

VNiEWSri: Alauming ACCIDENT.-We ivgrei to learn thai our respected; towusman, AV'xan'der.lVlHvb^ll^Qr. the Moout Gambier Hotel,; mk Willi a iwry serious accident oil Wednesday last, whilst riding at a short distance from iown; His horse bolted und brought him in contact with a fal en tree, by which he received very seiions injuries. All the medical talent of ihe district has been called in to his assistance, and at the .time of ouir going to press favourable hopes were entertained that lie '-would survive his injuries. NOTICE to CORRESPONDENTS. - Wo have received several-communications on the subjects oi SEPARATION, which stand over, on account t»f the -pressure on our space. A letter on Bush, Governesses, as to the means of rendering them morally and intellectually efficient in the discharge of-their important duties,'also stands over. It "is ati important subject, and deserves a: serious consideration,, for the sake pf die young' ladies themselye*, as well as of il e parents who e...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SEPARATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

THE SEPARATION A large aud iiiflumiial meeting on this subject took place on Wednesday evening, the 26ib'insi" at Long's HolejiId p ursuance of a requisition to our Stipendiary Magis trate, J. C. Lyons, Esq., signed by a goodly number' of the principal residents. The hour of meeting was narasd for half-past seven in the evening, and within five min utes of that iiine the .large^room was nearly filled. As toon as those assembled ware seaietljf the : worthy ^magistrate rose and stated that-prior to commencing the busi* siness o£ the evening he roost . reaiark that theie wag an error in the Border Watch, stfttinffl* he had consented to preside over the meeting," He had. only consented to call the meeting, as I e wou'd deem it almost at» iinpertinence in any one assuming the position of Chairman unaBlced, They had met on an important subject, therefore it f/ns righi they themselves should elect their Chairman, (Applause.) Dr. E. Webl, J.P. then rose and said he shuuld feei happy in seei...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

; LATEST INTEL! IGENCE The fast'Government Gazette contains1 a proclamation, rescinding a previous one, by which the exportation of warlikc^siores from South Australia has been prohibited. The Government of Western AustraV'a offer a reward of £5.000 for the.discovery of a gold-field wit hill a radius of 150 milts from Perth, to be m force up tp the 31st Decern her, 1862- ~ .,;v- . A coroner's -jury has retuvnec! a v«rdict of " wilful murder " against James Gib bons fur causing ihtv death of James Mor ton, i > a drunken- affray at Lyons, on the 8th instau|. i '??? ' The Legislature of Victoria has passed a reaolutbp,, authorising iheo Govern merit to continue (he sqbatting Licenses- for - ten years from the present time. - There were tremendous floods in Cali fornia in January last, causing very great damage. . 7 .77^ The Roman Catholic Bishop, Dr. Goo-d, is shortly to arrive in Portland to conse* crate a neV Church. ; ; The Lachlutid gold- field .continues to be very prolific, as...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT MACDONNELL (From our own Correspondent,) 24th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

PORT MACDOUNELL {Frpin ourown Corresjib^ent,) ' S4tii Ma?ch, 1802. .,: Las t Mondayvbeing St. Patrick'» Day, was celebrated-by a Regatta and other Sports, Mr. K. McKenzie of the .Victoria Hotel took ibis opportunity of formally opening his - Iwuse; "For the Regatta thiee boats were entered. The prize being for first boat £6. The Mary Ellen, Lady Barkly, and Bloomer started, there being scarcely any wind, but a heavy sea rolling in, the progress wf the boats wus.vet-y tedious, so much so that a second heat wa9 dispensed with. The Mary Ellen was declared the winner. n- Then folic wed a pulling raco, for which two ' boats ente>e'l. 'Prize £5. Tlie S. ha nek 'and MacD* >nnell siar<ed.* Thin was a well contested race, (he Schanek however came in tlie.winner.* ' - : After ilils a Duck Hunt, but the-duck, Big Gibson, did not afford much sport, as he kept dodging.between the pier9 of the Jet'y. The sporta concluded with climbing a gre asy pole, jumping in 8ack."', &...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine flour, per ion ,, Pollard, per bushel ... do. per tori 1 Bran, <]&. Oats, per bushel Crushed do. Barley . Crushed do. *. s. u .. 12 10 0 ... - 0 10 .. 6 0 3 ... 0 13 0,5 0 . 0 6 0 ... *0 5 0 -.0 0 0

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 28, 1862. THE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

- THE Pyjblished every Friday morning.' ; V ^FRIDAY, MARCH 28,j 1862. t v?' .THE KNGLISH .NEWS,;7 WE publish Jo-day a few extracts from a Scotch paper of December 20il»-ancl 27th, which 'supply in some measure the blank in the iitws caused by'he missing mail. We regret thai i>ur ^uinll space does uotadmu o( oui copying the whole of ilie information telating to the last illness and death^of the ; lamented; Pi iDce Consort, Such as we give will he- read -with mournYut interest. If it is our melancholy duty to weep whh thote that weep, co'-more fittingoccasion lor: evincing sympathy-for the - bereaved could occur,Mhanihat which brings us detailed tidiu^B-'i^lie calamity which has befallen our Ij^ovtd Sovereign and her affectionate chiiduu. Thai heart must" indeed be' .'callous that could read unmov* d the narra tive lof, loyal griefs a.-.d sufferings under that terrible dispensation. We are so .accestcmcd to think of royalty as reposing in*a' serene -and elevated isolation from the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUDDEN DEATH OF THE REV. PRINCIPAL CUNNINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

SUDDEN DEATH OF THE REV. PRINCIPAL CUNNINGHAM. SUCH of the readers - of. " THE BORDER WATCH " as take an interest in the affairs of the Free Church of Scotland; will be startled to learn thut the^ Rev. 'Principal Cunningham is dead. .A'private letter which has just been received on The Mount from .a gentleman iu Edinburgh, hasthe follow ing : -V H.p\y striking an event to us is the removal ".of; Dr. Cunningham ! In . November last we saw Prince Albert and him standing side by side at the laying of the foundation- stone of the new Pcai Office -a hale, ttrogg, vigorous roan--now cut. down - in - the vigour of life-together the Pi ince and the great nian in Israel! What .can "W6 do but just hide under Immauuel's wiiig8 till till caj^riities be overpast! What a wonderful speech that-was of Dr. Cun ningham's in last Assembly on the Austra lian question ! I never saw human elo quence tell so powerfully on men'a minds." So ?-far our private; correspondent, Whose letter, has just* reached u...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

Markets. MT. GAM BIER PRODUCE MARKET. CURRENT PRICK3.-Thursday, March 21, Wheat may be quoted ni from 3s, to 3s. 3d.' Do. at Macdonnell Bay 3a. 4d.to' 39. 6d. Oats, (in demand) ......,.f4s. to 5s.. Potatoes (new) ........... t2 10s, lo £3. Do, (old). dull o( sale.;.' Butter (very scarce) .... Is. lo Is. 3d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

BOOT ANP; SHOE'MAKER. t-A HJEINEKE/Boor aiid Sh^Makek r% . ,, beg? to i n fortp t he in h ahi!&n\s o ( M t Gambiei;;.iTjat he hasnow O'ri SU'ei ifrthe pre? raises adjoining , Mr* .1ohn Twite's Store, -a iar«e A^orjmeut of Golottiafeand' Eiigtfeh Boo'e and. Shoes j orthe^'esVdescripiion.^liich he is nojv Salting at very "JW^dWaie Prices.; Alkali. .for; New,1 Bqqtsi/pV/llej airsiwill' be punctually attended to. ' V* ; 12cm, G ; H. SPRINGER, Baker, Pastry . Cook, &c., (Next"Door but One:.to the " Border Watch ?'* '? Qftice^retut'nS his sincere thsnkVto his^ftiends and customers for the liberal'support.which he h'as received sine* he commenced Business.at the 'Mount, and will use-every endeavour:.; to 'merit .a continu ance of the same. ^ ^f Orders punctually atj£Med to, cnd ,custom ers served;-at their owrt'^rore. ? > {2fm' CI O L L I S S T. A K. K- E v; ' ' Builders, Cftr^enieip, Cablne^Makers, . r .; : 1 !V\ l^felwrifehts, &Ci> , - Penula, Beg lo acquain...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. If is desirable that.comhiunieatiops should* " be short and pithy; lengthy articles do' not auit our space; matters of local interest are; most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anoajmous com munications. Correspondents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. ' All - articles. sent for, insertion . must ,bV ' authenticati-d by. the nlfoe and address of the' -writer-^-not as a " sine^qua non *' fir publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne, 14th March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

MELBOURNE MAK.KETS. ' Melbourne, 14th March, 186*2. ~W. L Leee, reports WHEAT. New exira, per bushel New Good' Old milling . Old inferior - ; BARLEY. English malting, per bushel Cape seed . Califoruian OATS. Vi.ctoriap new/per bushel Thsmanian old. Danish superior<. California!! - - ^ Scotch or Irisb d. f. d 5, 0 4 9 4 11 4 6 4 8 ,4 0 4 4 5 0 5 7 4 3 4 9 4 .0 4 ? 4 3 5 0 4 '6 4. 9 none' 4 1 '4 3 3. 8 3 9

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 March 1862

DIED.         On 22nd inst., at Robe Town, Edward William, only child of Mr. Edward Squire, aged 7 months and three weeks. At Liverpool, in November last of fever,   Dr. John Sandie, late of Penola.    

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

Ancient Order ot Fore*tJri., * - > . ' 'V - r-v «??; . .. ;* ^ 'J'T' . v-* ? ......:....».. .' ..' . : 't'"" .'.PHE Fifst ? AnniTer.-ary-Diniiec.of (Court,; i A- : .Phabewill (ake place ontttil6jlid<*I??i of April# "1802, at Host ;McKenVie*s,yictt>riaj; 'HbtaU Mtt6doaaell-,Bay^ ;? : : .. . k' : ~;D!no^oualjT^past^Flvje''p :j2ye^ Dancing to jsommence Q o'clock^pm , flhar||r^ Tickets to be hadof \ he'f^owjogSte.wardgft See. :W;v Baker, P.8.; W, Fergate^and Uo|tv McKenzie, MacDonnell Bay, P.C.K.S^D,. Mangel I and Dr. E,.'Webl, Alt. O.aqibl^r. Friends and Brothers are requested to take Ticke Is on dV before the 13ih of '^pril. -1, - ' ' " > t l.:.-o t .,. < ft . Agen* Fiia~^thb Penola; Mr.>H; Simpson. x . ?- /'? 1 - ' ^O* ? "* - :;fjni*E;.Mfr is pujfc ' A lishbd every . Friday morning at N$a^ o'clock- "! '' '?'.?'wV' SpfiscRiPT^os'.: : For the quarter,-paid in advaoce XO Orfi Do. if booked .. 0 7-> *6 Terms of Advertising r - First Eight lines or inc...

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