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THE MOUNT GAMBIER CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

\ THE MOUNT GAMBiER CIRCUIT Our ifevr Circuit Court was formally opened,; lojr-rtbe: fir,*! t.tirae,on:the .4th' of February last. ' But although His Honor Judge Gwy tine, and - the fitaiF of officii la; came all-tie wayTrptp Adelaide to open it. ^ ther6 waa. noi: actual, busineaa transacted^ . ^beyotid^thti It was a Maiden Assize. But as ..many of our townsmen aud..readers' may be called upon to act a?/ Jurymen at future circuits, we give here an abbreviation of the Act, that none may' plead ignorance of what they may be called upon to fulfil. - The Act is ialiiu'.ed "An Act to amend the Laws. relaUUi* lo the jurisdiction of Local Courts.'* It comprises 218 clauses, . and is divided in'o 18 parts, which appear to be meihodically arranged, and numerous malters of detail rfre carefully provided for. The firat part; relates 10 the establishment and oonititurtbri Of Cdurts.'the alipointment of officer^: them powers ';a6d<duiies», and ; provides for therontinuanceof 29 Coitrt...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR EX POST FACTO COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

*r. . OUI^jC POST, FAtJTO k ' .coi^u^n.;v TiBE; '* BORDER WATOH U unquestioii- ;| ;ably neither, so, wide nor so deep as the? Atlantic > Ocean ; and wlien we receive t .communicaiionB^about tbe:Mme.of goibg to-j Press, these bave>. necessarily lo be posU . .poaed until oiir next pub'ication. >Therfol-J lowing are .post facto communications: but .as tbey ttll contain1 locahmatterwhich is in-.-J . leresiing to the district, we . insfert-tliem . here :<-? ? _ ' OmciAi TBLEGRAPHIC . MESSAGE BB TWMS ^MAbnoNNEj^: BAT AND ; / , K ADELAIDE, v The -"following . is a copy of : thr Telegrap.ihC4ite88age,for which; we iiadMt roopi in yur last-issue; - * On Saturday week, 'the Telegraph Line IQ'Port Maeponriell ,was. opened r by :<E./ French,'' Estj^J P., who forwarded ,*the ? folltfWing~me83a?e ^toE^elleffcyV Governor, SirDc^ididDafyy knight.; ? ,fI beg to acquaint-, your Excellency that the 'FeTegrajRi Lin^ ia . iiow cpqijileted . to thisPort.and iavail myselfofA...

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

IMPORTANT NOTICE. MOUNT GAMBIER LAND. FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND ACRES. GREEN & WADHAM fhave beenrin; strutted by Messrs JFishcr and R»CII^ fort, to sell by private cohtracj, ihe whole* Of. the MOUNT-SCHANCK ESTATE, R , " . . CONTAINING . -v. FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND AORKS arid comprising some of the FINEST LAND in the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. This valuable Property will be sold in SECTIONS or BLOCKS : TO SUIT PURCHASERS. TERMS EASY. CASH OR CREDIT. PLANS and further particular** may be obtained at the ofiices«of the AUCTIONEERS, and of MA. ROCDFORT, at .Mount Schanck. THE^Y'an swill also be forwarded to the prin cipal Townships of the Colony for distribu* TIP#. , - . LONG CREDIT IF REQUIRE# INTEREST/NOMINAL. 39 tc WHEAT! WHEAT J ! WII EAT Uj rr HE undersigned*are purchasers of Wheat I in any quantity, or. will make liberal advances on any kind of prodtacei shipped .Hi their-Melbourne Agents, Messrs. Lord & Co. MILLER, LORD &Co. . .Mount Gambier.. . / N B,-Wheat stored at ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE PRINCIPAL CUNNINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

Tfffe LATE PRINCIPAL . CUNNINGHAM. yln a Scottish; paper, the '. Caledodiao Mer- ; ? cury,'*^ teresiing rerainist'eiicei of the late. "Principal ^ Cunningham, > Howem : melancholy 'the ; etent'iiiay be, especialjy when sit7 is' sudden and miexpected,1 die 'record3. of the . life of a i ; good&nd prefe.ihi]t»?ntly-useful man jare. al ways grateful to well-ordered minds. Be« lievirtg that many minds of this order, are1 1 amongst the readers of the BoRPER *WA*o:Hy : ?we pick out, tor their edification, a few. addi 1 tionaI pa ticulars, gaihered from- the funeral .errtions preached on 'the occasion of thefmel- " anchcly event, ' The funeral sernion was preached by Fro* fessor James Buchanan. The Church was crowded to exc/ss; and the text had all the mou r n f ul appropi iateness of -that old air, termed by Burrs, " plaintive Martyrs, wor> thy of the name." Prbfessor Buchanan tpok his text from Job, XVII, 13-16: -- * If I waifythe* grave is mine house: 1 have made my bed, i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

, . MOSQUITO. PLAINS.- " (Fi9^.:our^owurcor^e8pondeht;)^''V''CJ.-' A very impudent.theftwas perpetrated. at J > ihe mao«na o|i«fae Ktv* D.'IVl^Calitttfh the 1 ?'; rtber evening.' It noyvturus out chai a.?' : sawyer ia therfimplpymeat of Joho Robeit soo, Esq.f wea'passing home from Kincraig about the ! ''small hour*,". when' he1 .was . - temjpte&bylhedisplayoriinen'i&c.-liaDgB . ing oh#' rope behn d the house. He ac cordingly tied up bra horse, jumped the lencp, made a judtcious selectiort/ and rdtta . '"- away lioipe* Hedid nut,^iuwey«r^ enjoy. the stolen booiy Iomr. r.Constable O'Connor v cleverly igottfpdri'his -trail^y»nd tv'd ^gladly* - recoxdahat'the ihief-l# n'ttv Enjoying' com* £ =foitabIe quarters iri our tidy little lock up. 1 CoDSlableO'Cobnordestfrvtfs-great credit iorthis clever capture- - '~ ~ We lrear it rumouredlhatafterallwe'are not*to' have our bi-weekly rofcil .iir: April. Thiswillbeja-great disappointment to al^ ~ 13ui conaidtf it>g! the d&am...

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 SEPARATION QUESTION. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

the" ifiMKl .111^ Published every Friday morning, v ; FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1862. THE SEPARATION QUEStlQ^. TfiloM A CORRESPONDENT.] WE alciroit Jelt inclined to term il;,*The Separation,Mania.": but. as the disease:10 iu mobl virulent forn» has'been , cr'nfined to Portland, and symptomsof a mild character only are perceptible oil: the couth Austraa lian 3<>rder, we preferIbe present .title, mo e especially as the suljcci .lias beeu': twice before the peop'eat Mount Gambier,; as fAe question of.44 to b-, or not to be,*' and *o furaaweccMrjudpe, they are not anxious lo tfrparate from S< nth Australia, '1 hat they have had and nay have in future cause of complaint against the Executive we do Dot denyv bttt'ibe past^a^ been oSiiifj to: their own inertness, I he I ul lire can, only arise ftom tho satne.'Canse. .The occur rence# oi the.past twelve months shew that ihn are nui quite forgotten by.the Govern- ' men!, and if they judiciously*' select their i second repres...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER AGRICULTURAL PASTORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

MOUNT &AMBI&K AGRICULTURAL PASTORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. ^ V The Annual * General 'Meeting of this Society ? took place at the Farmers' Inn,' SouthV.pn fTednesdaj evening* far the pur-: . pose of electing officers for the ensuing year* Mr. Harvie in the chair. v After waiting ' eom'e .time/and but- few r.' members being in attendance,!! wasdeemed - (. advisable to adjourn the meeting until that. day five weeks, tlie 7ih of May* for which date the hon, Secre'ary, Mr. Wyatt, was instructed to summons the members. He was also directedlto request thfe<correc tion of an error wbich appeared in the , " Border Watch*', relative to the last annual . Show. The weight of oats - per. bashol was i .' stated to^baire Cbeen 56 lbs., it should'hate I been 47 lbs- only, ' -I

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

; LOCAL NEWS. * - FATAL /. CCIDENT.-Another of those fatal accidents from borse-falte, which are-. r so: frequent in this- quarter,- occurred - on Wednesday turning atTarpeepa Ayoung' farmer, of the name of Bryce, while riding, ' was. thrown from his' horse, and . had his neck broken. An inquest was held ye terday by the Coroner, and a Jury, and a ' verdict returned of accidental -death. The 'unfortunate deceased had been recently, married. . ; \ THE ACCIDENT TO ME. MITCHELL.-; Mr. Mitchell is recovering frotu^the pffects of the severe «ccideni,wbich we recorded " in last week's Border Watch/' Great? interest has t-een felt with respect to him, /and the inquiries have not only been nutne« rous but incessant. We'believe that ail ^apprehensions which ? were.entertained as to ft he probability .of a fatal result have now >been removed; and we arejiappy -also to itdd thut the extent and severity of bis- inju.. -ries were rather exaggerated/ although, of* course, there we e sufficient...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER. MARCH 25TH, 1862. J. C. Lyon. Esq., S M.; G.B.Scott, Esq., J.P., J. Umpherston, Esq., J.P., and A. Hobbs, Esq., J.P., were on the Bench. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

LOCAl^ COURT, MOUNT iiX.ilBIER. MARCH 25TH, 1:56$. J. C. Lyon. Esq., S M.; G.B.Scott, Esq ( J.P., J. UmpherftoB, Esq,, J.P., aud A. Hobbs, Esq;, J .P.,' were on the Beach. ' , CRIMINAL SIDE...1 POLICE .V. .Culled-Bradsh a w.-Young, being duly e worn/said laaiSergeantof Police siationed.et Maunt Gambier.':; On the ist March between eleven and twelve'o'clock at night, I heard a noise in> the public' street between Mitchell's and Long's public houses, a grea t maify persons were therecreatioga disturbance: prisoner was present*: I told a man who wasdrunk to go houie, when pri soner interfered, telling the man not to "mind the police . the prisoner then struck-me on the. cheek: 1: then struggled .witti. him, and, calling for assistance^secured him as prisoner.> He struck me without any provocation: I was in sufficient uniform to be distinguished* as he called/me Young."- G.vBartlett, deposed: 1'am Police 'Trooper stationed 'at Mount Gambier: was with Sergeant-Young on the date; na...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER stil A M MILLS Fine flour, per ton .. .. 12 10 0 bollard, per bushel ... o i . 0 do. per ton ..5 0 & JS?' L J0', *' ... 0 1 3 Oats, per bushel ^ 0 5 0 6 0 0 5 0 Crushed do. ~ ' i\ Barley * * Crushed do. . ; ^ V" "0 jj ^

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS. (From The Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

THE EXPLORINGEXPEDITIONS. (From The Argus.y . The telegraphic despatch from Comrnan* i der Noriuanj of the Victoiia, dissipates.all the uneasiness previously felt with respecttd the safety of; that vessel, and puts us in. possession of the movements of the two: parties now on their, way to Cooper's Creek from the northward, It acts at restj also, the, question of which of th? two rivers; the Albert or the Flinde'r?, it was that Burke struck. It proves to have been the lattery and a boat party from the Victoriadiscov ered the track of a man and horse skirting the Flinders on the right bank, and pursu ing a northerly direction until reaching a spot within ten miles of the sea, This . would lie, the trail of the journey executed between the 9ib and. 11th- of .February,, when, leavingKiugand Gray Vat Camp 119 ,B tukean dWills set forward towards -the sea on foot, taking with (hem one horse arid three dsyy provisioosjai.dreturning td their companions onthe 12ib, to whom; t|ey mentioned t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

--V1 i C-,v ^? .*.''' *'? VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per too ^ .. £12 10 - 0 Bran, per bushel <?' iv. .#('. : ° 1; 3 Pollard, do, 0 I 8 Oatg do.- ..s .0. 5 0 Barley do.' , s< .. .. 0 0 0 i Charges lo*crushing Is,per^busher; ^v1 :|

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

General News. : GitAMD SPECULATION.-The Age sayh-r Mestfs Spiers and Pond have repeatedly ? stated'thai, if trie all-England eleven specu»t lation turned out; successful, they had an« other in contemplaticn, of astounding (pag nitude, and which would not .only take Vic toria, but'all the -world, by, surprise." The ^speculation, weunderstandj-.isnoither.njore .nor less than tocliarer the-Great Eastern for Australia. THE N^w. CouNTRY.r-rTbe Melbourne correspondent of the Ballarat Star saysI | am told that those enterprising, gen'lemen, the . Messrs. Henty,;have sent a ship, round to the gulf of Carpentaria, pstensibty to fish for w^ples, but really, I should ftncy, to: spy out "the new land discovered by Burke, Appalling catastrophe in a coal pit, 216 Men end Boys Suffocated.~An accident oc curred "at the New Hartley ColJierv,in Jaau ary last, by which five men were. at once killed, and 215 o hers buried in the workings, and these poor Creatures all met a terrible death by suffocation...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SEPARATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

, To the Editor of the Border Watch, Sir,-As there is such a great and ira ~ portqnt moveirent qd foot as 'Separation', and that a grtat number ^btiht Gainv^ bierites are in favor of lt> I lliiuk it wonld be wise.policy in- iht-m to* look before they *. leap, or at least letthem weigt. the matter. mell, |>revjouf to caBtinu. away a certainty fur an uncertainty,' " V. Now the question is,, who are the prime movers in - thi£- agitarioh'I' I think their , own tense will infotro thenythat it is ttholly nnd solely lKose great guns of Port* land who can boaistof having, or holding, niiles br purchased land in that -dist ict, - V ?at lea£tl! fancy't^6y;art not? the di' mt movers in the; pj-eserVt movement, they areVo jrdirectly.Tr'doing it by j- iflsyi some v . l^ing like tl)e allepi{jied buyiiiR Up of land, at ;JV1 untham n«»t many years back* " It is a well-linowi) fac«, ihat since the .-< establishment of McDonoell Bay, Port land has been "down on its becan^e il^ nieii^...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENTCE. PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAMBIER. SECOND LETTER. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

CO BRKSPONDENCB. PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAM BIER.. " SLCOND LETTER. To iK* Editor of. the Border Watch. Respected Friend.-Farther perambula .lion about thy young and risioz town inn* presses me more aod more with the fact " that it is destined to become -an... important habitation of men. : It stands on the con-" .fines of t wo great colonies^ it is cent red in a fruitful soil; and though thy Port, yclept by men M acdonnell Bay, - is si mated at a somewhat inconvenient distance,, neverthe jess there are*means of obviating that dis-< advantage--of. the which I will speak. to tbee hereafier." Is it not a wonderful thing that in the : space, of three generations of the human race this extraordinary country should have attained its : piesei t pre-eminence ? Great Britain: is indeed great: but it, is the growth of two thousand years. In the days of* Captain Cot-k-ill at is, in the days of- our grandmothers-it might be said of adven turers tcT Australia " Illwrobnr, et aes triplex -...

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 — 4 April 1862

Markets. M*r. GAM BIER. PRODUCE MARKET. CURRENT PRICES.-Thursday, April 3. Wheat may be quoted at . from ..«>...« ,3s.. to 3s. 3d. , Do. at Macdonoetl Bay 3s. 4d to 3s. 6J. Oals, (id demand) ... ,4s. -to 5s. Potatoes (new) £'2l0s,t0 £3. . Do. (old)..... ...»If|o dull of sale. ' Butter (very scarce) .Is. to la 3d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS. ~ >: Established inihe Colonies, 1851. --* ,^MEN AND WORSES., < ^ ff'"HIS GREAT TROUPE,1 com prising all 1 the acknowledged'Mate And Female'/ 'Equeflrtrianj 'f'tAerobaUc^vand iJi-Gyinnasiib Artistes inihe Aust?a|iasj togelher>.\nth their VHeobwne^i, Bapd, in,the ^^UGEOUS DRAGO^ CHARIOT, . mm%pear atV MOUNT s G AM BIER; on: % FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRl£>| ' - * s - ' ' 4 th ancl'5TH.. i ~ ,>3sr-*. - 1 "r ,,Fbai'tiv'e'y > for . Two Rights' Only, ^hmpgu arranged.to. Per form at Pknoxa, oh j| Monday, . - ? .* AjRii^^th. *'-*. f IHE GREaT 'EASTERN .WONDER , MAHQ&EQ:^C4kfM,K-\ ik 'Whose astounding performances .'have Uotely created an Immense'Sensation^in Adelaide, ^will appear andexhiljii his Unparalleled (Feats' of Dexterity aVid 'Agility. Jt\ ^ ( - Rememliarj Two' NjghU On'y, F/iday end .^Saturday, April -4thano fiilu A / 11 -* _,j / ^knry .Bu^tqn, :Propr «J{Qr. \ RichabdsoNj1 Agent. h.' STEAM BETWEtiFTO ~ GUICHElf HAY AN...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

TO CC>]R^ESPONDENTS It is desirable thatcommunications-should... . be short and pithy; < lengthy articles .do not suit opr space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anonymous com-* - munications, 1 -v Correspondents are particularly requested' to write on one side of the paper only. All articles- .sent for insertion;: must rbe authenticated by the name and address of (he writer-hot as a sine qua non ''. fi r publica tion, but as a guaraoteeof good faith.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne, 21st March, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 April 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS;; / .Mvibournsy-Sls&'M^ W; It Lees, repoits-' *. V">>_. < " WHEAT. ( v - - »,r d. .'». d New extra, per bushel . . , 4 '9 4 10 New Good . ... 4'* 6 4" 8 Old milling . .. r v.; rt'one./ 4 -8 Old inferior^ .. 4 0 4 8 BARLEY. English malting, per bushel . . . 5 0 5 7 Cape seed . _ r" _ \ .. 4 3 4 9 Califomian " ? ... 4 0 .4 6 OATS. , Victorian new, per bushel . .. 4 ? 3 5 0 Tasroanian old ..4649 Danish superior % '"one ; Califoruian ' " ""i.-"4" 1 4 3 Scotch or Irish ' ..3839 WHEAT.-The growers' supply has increas. ed, and prices'have declined fully 3d.; per bushel. Millers, in the present dull siite of the Flour market, -are notidisposed to buy., largely, unless at considerably reduced rates. Exporter?, for wantof freight at their limt% - cannot execute their orders, and, unless the low rates ruling excite speculation,. prices ? have not seen tbeirlowest. It certainly ap» pears somewhat difficult to understand -tbe reluctance merchants have t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 April 1862

AGENT FOR THE "BOJIDBR VYATCH** PenoJa; Mr; H. Simp8«»n» " rpHE "BORDJER. WATCJi V is pub A - iished every Friday mor.niag at-Kinftf o'clock* . ^ SUBSCRIPTION': , , For the quarter, paid in advance £0 '.:6 . Do.' if booked' . 0 7- 6;' Terms of Advertisings ' First Eight lines or nich of spa«tf... 0 3 0 Each'additional inch' 9. 1 ® Advertisements under 8 liiiesi 0*3 & Discount on advertisements orders- * ed for three months 25'per cent. Ditto for six months- .. 5l) . " . Shipping Advertisements, each ".. 0 4 0 Advertisements ffor Business DiV - rectory, per annum - 1 0 0 ^^rertisements 'inserted over the - - ^P'ader are charged-- . First Five Lines " J.. 0 6 0 Etich additional line 0 1 0 ' It i9 requested that advertisement?, ,to se« ^ cure their insertion, be sent in as ea^ly as possible, and at, the latest not Jaier than five1 o'clock on Thursday evening. Orders for\ the alteration ;or withdrawal pfadvertise ments must be in writing and* stat in not later than two o'clock o...

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