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CORRESPONDENCE.. i PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAMBIER. THIRD LETTBR. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

Ci6^EjKSPONDE^CB. i PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAM BIER. THIRD LETTBR. ' To th* Editor of the Betdet JVaick* Respected Friend-I caacongratulate thee that ihou art not precisely " vox claman tisindeserto "-a voice cryiag in the wilder* ness: for thou htti iuirred up the leading people of The Mount to tome purpose. The heads of the tribes have met aud laid the:r head* together; they have sent a memorial to thy Governor ; and Sir Dominic Daly ia not theicanl »ake him to b^if he neglect or listen not to i'e prayer. Thou bast heard of. the learned man of whom it was said *'? -Nulla de re unquam pneterquam de * pater dubltajfithe never doubted of anything; - except who was his father ln- Doubt not thin SirDomiaic Daly is Ay father, and Jbat he will Comply with the prayer of those who, like Esao, are far off in' the wilderness. ' And you have a right to importune th® Government on behalf of Mount .Gambier. It was but last week that the Government received £l 2,000 from the Mountand when they turn t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne,18th April, 1862. W. L Lees, reports—WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne18th April, 1862. W. L - Lew, r«porta* WHEAT. >?'*** , t. d. ». d New extra, per bushel ' ... 4 0 4 10 KeW Good . ..4 6 4 8 . K>ld milling .. none. - 4 \8. Old inferior .. 4 0 4^3. BARLEY. Eoglishmaltiog; per buphel .. 5 0 .5 7; Cspe aeed ' ,*-., 4 3 4 9 Cfalifornian .. 4 0. 4 6 OATS. Victorianne*,pe>r,bushel .. '4 3 6! 0 Tasra&nian old " ,.4649 Danish superior none ?' Californian .. 4 1 4 3 Scoici) or Irish1 ; . . 3 8 8 9

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ARRITAL OF THE English Mail.?? ':? [BY, ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) Adleaide, April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

? ' ARRITAL GFTHE > ' \ ' ?? ' : ? - [BIT, EtECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) - V, < . «. .. I" ., Adelaide, April 16tb, 1862. v . The tdosl stirring news by (he Telegram is the intelligence respecting the Civil War in the United States. The Federalists have'eaptured Roanoike Island,and bare ! had other successes. The Southern insur rectionists are stated to be ia great con* sternatioo, and the war may thus terminate soonerthan was at first anticipated, '<? The Prince of Wales ha» de parted for the East ; it is reported that be will marry the Princess Alexandra na, .of f Glueksburg, daughter of the heir premtap tive of the Daoiih Throne. Prussia has recognised the independence of the kingdom of Italy, which is a great step towards it-^'f un fait accompli/' an accomplished fact. There is: another great iusurrectioa in Greece ; the to ton and fortress ol Nauplia isrin possession ftf the insurgents. Napoleon is making himself Pope as Well as Emp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

OUR SALE, the pow4ftM> <£n(ire) fiotM> " FARMER, 3 Years Old. . Farmer is by thesp'endid horse Rob Ryan. Farmer is so well kr.ovrn in the district that; comment is unnecessary. J : Apply to FREDl TO LIMNER, twomiiea from Mount Gambier, along the .Quiclien. Bay Telegraph Line. 38cm ji ; ART UNION OF IRELAND, . ; PARTIES Desirotts of becoming Sab*' scribers can Rnrol their Names at* tlife- : Offioe of this paper, ^up to the time of the/M Departure of next English* mail, ' ;f1 A. F. LAURIE, V Agent. AGENT for THE " Bordbii WATCH" Penola; Mr. H. Simpson 5' rpUE " BORDER WATC£"is ^uW ?..* lished every Friday morning at Nine o'clock- ' SOBSORIPTION : For the quarter, j aid in advance £0 0 6 Do. if booked .. 0 7 6 Terms of Advertising: First Eight lines or inch of space... 0 3 O . Each additional inch 0 1.6 Advertisements under 8 lines 0 8 0 Discount oo advertisements order ed for three months 25 per cent. Ditto for six months ....50 Shipping Advertisements, each .. 0 4 0 ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

M CORRESPONDENTS!, It is desirable that $Q8it&anicatioas should be short and pithy; ftogthy articles do iiot euii our space v'1 mfclleirof local interest are most acceptable, «, No notice can be tfckcft of anonymous com*' ibunications. . -j - Correspondent* &t$ particularly requested Ua»rite oa one side^t^e'gwpe? only. ~ ? ; a!1 articles aent for insertion must .be. " ^<|tenticati>d bytheuarre and address of the f ite.r-^not as a " sine qua nou '* for publica n, but a* a gt&r^t?eqf good f&Ui)*

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LOCAL NEWS.?..->.1 _ ' '...: _?..->. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

tOOAL NEWS. ^ .. . * :. 1 _ ' ' ... : _ ? .. ->. ifev We" do not wish to be either rude or ' sc¥t °f ou? ^bstnr\ber%:give s"" " jHf',occasion /or rbeiiig-both. They iffy' j. { :£<prrf*per i. ar^theycan gef ?&%$,?jeroas< if their copies do not reach them'early and . regularly: but toe have never' Aacf fAe . pleasure offering them calling at our ^ ^ce:to pay up arrears. Some have had the paper from the very commencement , r: and yet have never paid us a penny. We , ! now exhort them, to be men and gentle-' "" men ; and to do. as Dean ^ioift _ once ad * .?< vised a congregation -" Come down with \ -r- the dint" ^ ">"V : J|«hk MEMORIAL.-A memorial to Sir . Dominic Daly from thrieadin* inhabitants * ?: vofThe> M >unt, was sent by last .Friday'* '* .A-, mail.. It was^entrusted to the care -of our ~ member,"George Hanker, Esq., Speaker of ^ the Legislative. Assembly. The. Petitioo "will be ibund on onr back piaae. -. ^INSPECTOR OF CATTLE...

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OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

. ?- ? ? ??? OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. On Mount Gambler it is as much the case as in any part of . the world, that he «tho , .' By the. plough would thrive, I Himself must either hold or drive." ! i But our farmers must do even some- * thing more than this. They-must." read* mark, learn, and inwardly digest.'1 They mast know what is doing elsewhere; they - must gel out of old.humdrum, and ancient routine ; and in. all things approve them selves to be skilful -agriculturists, rightly dividing and planting the soilj-and reaping the fruits thereof. It i® true .that agriculture . th rives best id the vicinity of large towus andin populous places. There must be a nearness toready and . if possible^ great markets. . Now, if Macdonnell Bay can be rendered a Port of exportation, and if we get a Tramway from the Mount to the ^ Port, the whole of this ferule district would rapidly advance. We hope that our Agricultural Society will not neglect this subject. And our active and energetic millers...

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NOTICE.—TO OUR SUESERIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

NOTICE' ~ FINIS corcnis opw-tfa* the J work. But come lo its eod-^l>> its Ding. The cud it' coD«Iud«f^rFiMi first number of our 63rd nDn^sfcywIIl jjix* :, Friday in oar ^f^f Dffi^y lo Which W reooire present. pufiibartat been ieaucd* fojfeat new shade we shall be glad to sec 4$ ^our old friends, and a» roan3/ new 0959^9 will imitate their feu^r" able esample ^patronising us. And /ia return for 'an ^tension of^jhe number of %tfr1tfelfd»yflB^^ in the amount ?6f the paUonsge and custom we obtain,-we promise, on our part,toinale iheBoRDaa WATCH all thai itougbtjbbe. " * ' Ji ba# not been witboMftn effort thai We have obtained cvr jJrejKiii j>o§uion, We have bad to w^S^ it, la a new locality there are me»y Obstacles in the »ay of a joung newspaper-> more impediments to hinder^tbaiHiiose unacquainted with news paper c»ftl«an well tell. But we have luarnvd by experience (hat M labor omnia *incit"~toil tombined wiify industry con* ^.<juere aW rJbinga. - W* do not say ...

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GUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) Robe, 14th April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

J GUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) J Robe, MifrApril, 188ft. ~ The M Mary. Stewart * after being out thirteen days from Port Adelaide, arrived yesterday; it is said she sailed with only ; a few days provisions on board, aodai ibere were several passengers, lacludioit^ I be* . Uejve, two women and children. must have been on very short allowance; they Ivere fortunate enough to catcb some barra coota fish, which helped them over tbeir difficulty. .% . The " A at" sailed on Friday, taking Id3 bales of woo!/ the last export for the sea son. """The Honorable G. C. Hawker re turned to Adelaide by her, and it baa been a matter of regret that he did not .bold a public meeting with bis constituents here, :vas; at Monnt Gambier. We may infer from tlTe fact that we are not looked upon as eo seriously disaffected, and inclined to Separation, as some communities near the border were. Two copies' of the memorial to' Sir Domiuic Daly against tbe Separa tion movement have beep J?enl for s...

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THE NEW ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

THE NEW £RA. . Amongst the-^significant signs of a y,'/f ;;Ne«tEr« " is Ike greet fact of the simultaneous weak* nest and' breaking up.of the two great bar. baric empite* of Russia and China. We, on < Mount Gambier, are remote nod are. so' taken up- . with our own little affair*; ^at we can scarcely afford time to .'look riirough the loopholes ofour retreat," to tee what is doing in the great world beyond. There is still' going on .a great , persecution of native Christians in Cbiris, and Chin?8p rebeisi. led on by a fierce insurgent, carry, about with them a flag, (u which is inscribed " Security to ihe Government, and death: 10 foreigners,"* Many of the Chinese converts haive had . to make their way to Canton, and the Chi-f neae Oofernmeiit is powerlfes* in the iote. rior of China. This state of things cannot la»t for e*ei-: China, nill, ere. long, be opened up to freedom, civilisation, and Christianity. Again, there are continued. | and ever»«rene»ved indicationsthat t...

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THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1862. TRAMWAY BETWEEN THE MOUNT AND MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

THE -?m PtibKshed every Friday morning. FRIDAY, 4FRIL 18, 1862. TRAMWAY BETWEEN THE MOUI^T AND MACDONiSELL BAY. THE first and foremost reqwsitun in the Memorial which has been sent from -The Mount to the Governor, Sir Dominic Daly, is as follows1st. Ro&d8,«-Torender available the road projected by [ Govern ment between. MacDonnell Bay via Mount Gambier to Penola,.-;dista&ce about 63 ) ,i - * I : . miles-say, £8000." The importance of this to the entire population of'ThfcMount can scarcely be over-stated. "We are in , ^het^ntfefut-%?rich agricultural diairic>VX and| yet farming is not considered to be t profitable occupation. Minor ? causes for this there may be: but. the main obstacle; 4 to the profitable success of agriculture.is simply the want of easy and economical access to markets. It is but a repetition of a very old *tory. Egypt saved fertile Canaan from starvation. Ancient .Rome depended on the granary of Sicily; and Cicero has a remarkable passage, in wh...

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COMMERCIAL AND Markets Berder Watch Office, Thursday,April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

AMD at» * ^ BerterWatohOffict, I ^ April 17. j . At Adfteitfis lMVvreefc thete.was a brisk i ' demand for wheat,, priocliia&y for shipment | to England. ^ JLat-ierly maifeet.became, doll, «iid on Saturday U»at>wheafc'«aa^«juotfed at 4*. 2d. to 4s* 3d«ja.Towo>, sad. 4a5U. for good parcels deliveiedat.thf^ISaiT,,; Flour ' «onliaued &tirom£tO lUs. toJ^IltQa* ? AtMelboume markets were qwefc Flour' £l2lo£13108.,with8omeenquiryti«r wheat. But last we^k iheinapbrliofflour wsretaex* ceasofformerweeks.aDdVicforiaRtfas quotedafc £11 to £12* and Adelaide8iS to .£13 103.* Adelaide wheat^ fis, Nochadge at the Mouni Gatribier Mitts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

J. VALENTINE, v-/* . JStockand Corarniflsion Agent," . , ./-Penola und Mosquito Piains. ' "jyO-t ^ ' J; ( > .. * " ' -r j . 7'jfV ~'tG^ D.O U GBr! Y,',; ' " ^V* f.AuqJioneer and Commission Agent, "/ < - v ^ Mount 6ambier« .'l'v.^'. ^; y,"'~ "1;; V ? FOR IkLTS"/ .;. .. .» ;5 BHEEP, Station -near Portland, Wiih 400Q v , . sheep. ' ; s St&tionwithout stack} capable of carry , ing 10,000 sheep; Three Cattle Stations in New Sputh Wales ? . v Station in New South /^ales-wiih lftjOOO , -/sheep-desirable investment. 1 : Sfafion with 8,000 sheep in .Victoria.. About '400 head splendid store Cattle, 1'.'half spayed ccws . . .?... ' 2;Q00 Eight-tooth wethers, half fat 6,0(10 tif.l mouthed ewes leild 4 fehd-5'year old Ewes in Lamb 18Q0 3 aiid 4 yfa^'tild Wethers 2000 2 year old Wethers , 1 2000 4 and 6 ye*r'old Ewes ia Lamb " 2200 4- and.5 yeaftrtfld Ewes » 'i SW0,4ye»jif old.Pritne Wethers v ' 5^')0: Maiden Ewes id'Lauab Fortfur&er particulars apply to ! 's C. J. ...

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MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

M WOUNT GAMBIEB STEAM MILLS Fine floor, per ton 4 . .. 12 10 .* 0 ?ol!ard) 'per bUshel ' do. *; per tori l£ ft 3 ' . dO. : r ? ... . ' 0 1.. .3 Oats, per bushel ' .. . - ..' 0 60 ^Crushed do. * - -« , . 0 6 0 ' Barley .. ... U 5 0 Crushed do. - ... 0 6-0

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MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET? ' '...?....?.;?<. '.'?? CURREET PRICES.[?]Thuraday April 17. ».. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

i *- - .. *? " MP Jirr. PR09UC&amp; MARKET -V ' .' * " ' - ? *=? ' ? ' ' ... ? . ...? .;?&amp;lt;. '.'?? :vir*vv., - \* 3g5gp&amp;: '. ' " / ."...; ; ». . > ? ? - - whe&amp;t'm&amp;jf w quoted at ! ? ~j 3s. to 3B* 9d( . 'Do. at M&amp;cdonnell Bay 3s. 4d to 3s* 6d. Oats; (in demand) '48.' .... to fill Potatoes (new) £21 Os, to.£3. Do. (old) r» »..?»... a . . . dull of eslr* Butter («eiy scarce) Is. to la. 6d.

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CASTERTON RACES.AO'ES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 April 1862

CASTERTON RCES &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; The Great Western Handicap Steeplechase and Casterton Winter Races take place on &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Wednesday and Thursday, 14th and 15h May 1862. The Stewards are Francis Henty, &amp;nbsp; Esq., George Carmichael, Esq., M. Small- page, Esq., T. M. Wyley, Esq., Henry Davis, &amp;nbsp; Esq., H. Cox., Esq., J. S. Murray, Esq. The first day is at Sandford. For the Great Western Handicap Steeplechase there are three entries, viz.:- &amp;nbsp; Mr. Botterill's Warden &amp;nbsp; Digby's Souter Johnnie &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Gordon's Vanguard. The Second Day is at Casterton. Open Handicap. Eleven horses entered : - Mr. Wilson's Ebor Wilson's Musidora &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Chaffey's Mystery &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; Coil's C'live &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;nbsp; &amp;n...

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OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

QUE AGR1CULTURAL COLUMN. ' A reipectable famer in the neighbour hood o^The Mount, called in at our office during the week. Like a gentleman/ as he is, he paid his subscription (or the past year, and,renewed it for the year, ensuing ; and remarked that he liked the Border Watch Very well. Wo were, of course, very much flattered ; and began to catechise him as to the. prospects of The Mount* But we awkwardly touched * chord that vibrated harshly. '"*. Why,'' said lie, " how can we farmers on the Mount expect to li?e9 when prices are as they ar«l" He then pointed to a recent Melbourne mar* ket report, which, under date of Apiil 5, stated that the grain market continues dull. Wheat 4J. 8d. to 5s." Adelaide wheat 5s. 2d. English orders are bejow that figure ; hence there is no present prospect' of an improve., nient. Better feeling iu barley. Hay has advanced, .and commands a r&amp;ady sa'e at £7 to £9, some persons even obtaining £10 for prime quality. No doubt prices are low ; aud ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

NOTICE. The BORDER WATCH OFFICE is now REMOVED to the new Premises, near the Residence of Dr. Graham. As the present issue is the first number of a new Volume, it will be a convenient time for new Subscribers to place their Names on our subscription List. Winter Drapery!! FIDLEH&amp; WEBB MOUNT GAMBIER AND NAKRACOORT, HAVE now OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT VERY LOW PRICES, a Large and Well Assorted lock of Winter Goods, consisting of~ Mantles and Paletots, in great variety Silk Dresses, Fancy Robes, &amp;c, French Merinoes Winsey Skirts Plain and Fancy Winseys Ladieb' Trimmed Felt Hats, Feather®, ' Boav&amp;c. Ribbon*, Stays, Hosiery, &amp;c. Pilot Coat*, &amp;c. * Inverness Capes. Waterproof Hats and Coats Leggings and Antigrophiies Blankets, Counterpanes, and Rugs GREEff &amp; WADHAM, ^ LAND AGENTS And LAND AUCTIONEERS. r Purchased in accordance with the instructions . of pa ties absent from Adelaide. GOVERNMENT SECTIONS | Purchased and-liet on Lease with Right of...

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

yfeNGLl-H^^INTELLIGENCE. Th£ Madras reached King George*# SouiicTon the lOih inst. The news is to the 26th February; ami by telegram, via Alexandria, to the 3rd March. The Queen had: returned to Windsor with a view to the opening of Parliament* Th£|Prince of Wailei has gone on an eastern toar and ar ived at Effyptv He suits the Holy Land. Parliament was opened on the 6'h February. Her Mo«t Gracious Majeaty.in the royal speech, thanks all classes (or their sympathy with her under her late bereave* raent. The address was carried without amendment. Law reform is promised. Foreign relations are satisfactory. Billsto simplify the transfer ot land have been introduced into the House of Lords. ? Mr- Childers called the attention of Parliament to BurkeV isxplorationaf in Australia.r # - The Prince Atbeft "memorialV reached 35,000 signatures. ;T5 -i The Windham case Hi* been terminated by a verdict of sanity. American matters are approaching a crisis. * The Federalists have obtained several ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CORRESPONDENCE. MORE GLIMPSES OF MOUNT GAMBIER. FOURTH LETTER. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

COKRKSPONDENCE. MORE GLIMPSES OF MOUNT GAM BIER. FOURTH LETTER. To the Editor of the "Border Watch. Respected Friend.1-"We ate to'd that the pious Beza viras not the less fevered for jhose sportive ^Juvenilia'*- which ho published under a fictitious name; nor did the assumed levity t»f the early poems of the great Bembo prevent him from becoming a very good Cardinal, . And we have another ex ample in our English Canon of St Paul's," Sydney "Smith, whom Thomas Moore ad dressed in the following lines : - " And long may he flourish,, frank, merry and brave, i A Horace to hear, and a Pascal to read. While he laughs all is safe) but when he grows : crate ' . . Infidelity then is in danger indeed 1" And to strengthen thy resolve to give M>. Search a place in thy columns, let me remind thee thavthou art a WATCH, on which m*y be inscribed the lines : 'Tw\U tell thee that the wing'd day Can ne'er be chained by man's en . deavour. That life and time shall fade away, " While heaVen .and vir...

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