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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES, Tt,e GoM Commissioners have been authorised to 6x the boundaries of gold fields at the town of Baihnr»t, that lmJ believed to be aurifecous may be proclaimed. Three police-troopers from Ladhlan met three bushrangers of Gardiner's gang at Brewster's station. They captured one of them after a desperate encounter. Brewster and Detective Lyons jvere wounded in the pffiray.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

AGENT FOR THB " BOBDBR WAT^CH" Penola; Mr. H. Simpson. rjitiE '.B.ORDER WATOU^ )s ijmb 4 lished every Friday uiu'ning at Nine o'clock* .* " v* . ' SUBSCRIPTION : ' Fur the quarter, | aid in advance XO 0 0 Do. ifbooked._ f .. 0 -7 0 Terras of Advertising First Eight Hues or jnch of j»paqe... 0 8 0 Each additional inch . ' ' ,0 . 1 6 Advertisements under 8 lines ... 0 3 0 Discount on advertisements'4rder» . ». ed for three months' V ^ .. 25 per cent. Ditto for six months.. . t.. 5U " Shipping, Advertisements, each .. .0 4 0 Advertisements for Business J^jk I rectory, per annum ,J 0 0 Advertisement* inserted orer the ' Leader aire charged ! loirs' Five Lines ... 0 6 0, Each additional.linc»^ ... 0 1 0 It is requeued-that advertisement*, to cure their insertion, be sent .in as early, as possible, and at the latest not later, thau five . o'clock on Thursday jfvening. Orders: for the alteration or withdrawal .of advertise ments must be in'writing and sent in not later than two o'clock on ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine flodf,; per ton . > Pollard,per bushel ... do. per ton V - Brah|' r:' ' do. Oats, pgr bushel " \ r Crushed, do. ?> Barley Crushed do. ... . ..'£ s. u .. 12 10 0 ... 0 10 ... 6 0 3 ... 0 13 .. 0 6 0 v ; 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 6 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

LOCAL TMWS. ^B«^.:nhe«: asm? «.eo,bl.ge. hi. ci«u.? BR PE°,R.?. Bnnou took iwajr (be .piri. ar wrfu, thi must be a daicendani of ibe fumnu, Bui-i ?a^t^Ksrs ?s»^Ksafe* « Come.^tep in, genUWolk%, here you may /r4n ®*ac, a»d natural representation ' ir S UrT ®°W' of Waterlog) nal^P and CcmQ3ona ot tbis btn There were to have been two grand Balls on Easier Monday night: Cl,e music came. hHi n0i/ P.eoP!.e» alld evtry body went io bed sadly aud solemnly at an early hour. rising next morning wiser if not sadder for their earlier slumber. "Such h fife," as the Au»lr.l,afain,uie sings, and a tet-toiallei vmld'bate rejoiced* to ari ihe lli. Drum going home perfectly sober.^ * . SoeiAi, CHARACTERISTICS . or THB v -jollowing- piece of rhyme, and: be Jed a. insertion h» the Sorter Wntch. as » ° xlKre cbaracferirtio. of. M dovll? .' 1 * REA,I^ DO NO« kuoiv what -lha? .nil! 118 ?l print it in the hope that some ooe of our readers will Kuess its porpoi t, and enlighten ns. The title ofibe iorv^' Tn...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRUISE OF THE VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

j ! CBUISK THE VIQTQRIA. ~ iTbe Victorians arrived1 from the Gulf 'of Carpentaria, and Commander Norman ]ia; preparing the account ro{ .his ftrip. In !(he meanume a?ort of journal of ,i>hfi cruise has been published in^ the (Queensland papers, from wiiicb we copj the following passages ' v The general aspect of the country about, the Albert, as seen by. t|ie party on board? the tfirefiy, wa9 not by any means tropical, . although' north of the 18th parallel, but. quite Australian in its character. f It. is a dead level as far ais the eye caureacb, with starcely a trfeeof any. sort tobu seen/except here and (here a stunted guiu. In the. neighbourhood of the water holes,, how* ever,'&re TdUnd sUe^pttk diiii iox, and along the river bauksoriri. u'ary* creeks (sell.or < fresh), are dense man^ioie" and tea»tree scrub/-abountfingf ' in pHea^rits, parrots," and ' cockatoos: ' Theplaiins are,' for the most pan, covered v itb tbick coarse gra«s, affording excellent pastu...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne, 15th April, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Melbourne} 15th April, 1862, W. L Leee, reports W U EAT. da l» d New extra, per bushel' . .. . 4 9 4 10 New Good v 4 6 4 8 Old milling .. none. 4 8 Old inferior . 4 0 4 8 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 .. 4 3 6 0 Tasraanian old .. 4 6 4 -9 Danish superior "one Califomian " .. 4 1 4 3 Scotch or Irish r .. 3 8 8 9

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

PASTORAL SOCIETY. An influential meeting of Squatters was held at Mr. JBotteriHs Hotel, Apsley, last <veek, for the purpose «f forming a Pastoral Society, F. P.;Hines, Esq.; J.P., in the chair, when tHc. following resolutions were carried:-*. " Resolution 1st.-Pro nosed by Mr. McLeod and seconded by Mr Dunlop Thau, a Pastoral Society fehould be formed, to be called the Apsley Boeder Pastoral Society. ?nd.--Propo8ed bv Mr. Rutherford and seconded ' by Mr./ McLellan -That the Show should be held the v first year at Apsley, the second year, at Harrow; the third year at Narracoorte, Mosquito Pla-'ns, and to continue in .the same order* 3rd.-Proposed by Mr. Carter and seconded by Mr. J. Affleck-That the first Show take place at Apsley on the 6ltT of August, 1862. ^ / 4th.*- Proposed by Mr. Edgar and seconded by Mr, J. Affleck-That the Rules of ihe Western District Pastoral Societv be adopted as far as found appli cable in the opinion of the Committee. 5th.-Proposed by Mr. A.-S...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. If ihe Tramway were complete]' to tli'e Bay, there can be no doubt that 'The Mount would malrer rapid : pjogrei*. Queensland is but a young co'ony; and 1 yet there they . are at work with, a great projected Tramway. ^We.^ are. told" that£§j avoiding the mis ake which the yictoriair ! Government lias committed, in undertaking, i the construction of Railways: on 'At* fpwa. \ account, the Goveri^ineiir.«i»f Qjie^lanH : has committed a aerious error of another kind. Ei;om a provprctus of tbe Moreton . Bay Tramway Company, which has been ||foleusively advertised* in .Melbourne, we . learn that ib addition to a free grant of alt the public land required for the constroc- ! tion of the line, the company are to receive an acre of land, within ctriain limits, for ev -iy pound expended on the Unhand on the plant and premises connece^ therewith. This is a Tberal provision, and provide! sufficient care has been taken to insure that the company shall be divested of its ftgac...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable lhat communications should be skort arid pithy; lengthy articles do not ; iuit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No ootiiee can be taken 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 writer-not as a " sine qua non " fi 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
VICTORIA IN DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

vicTORiji inJdistress. Victoria is falling iota' " reduced cir cuffi8fances/'"rWe flij not tneariHer <jepty "the Q^?«» JbtftV*the'^ ndgl^puriDg colony' 61 Victoria.' .-il^ia iai^tlijat jutea*. individual complaints pfscaiTUy t>( .money:f 'and lai.ing finance* are so rife it in only natural to expect that ibe sameill-condi1 turned < state of. ihiiugaWjlt prevail iu the s ate, thai aggregated individuals. JAiVd thus it is, for we; fiuii bya late return of revenue tbat Vietoria is in very serious tinaucial straits,' withoUt any £obd pros pects ot getting'out of them. Th'e ReVenue is roosi begiousiy-declining J tbe revenue iof" the btst twjt mouths of!862 falissholrt'of that of the correspotid'ufe pei Io'd:of 18&1 by : £81,884-sbowiog£:W ;''o£3^eai^ji Of, nearly tWeinty pef ceuj^" 'f^e -frocfeds of Land Sales show a veryieinarkable de crease, and nothing, has increased except the income frotn Ralways and ibe Electric Telegraph;' 'We shi/dfd; not like, at...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1862. ROCKS A HEAD! [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

THIS Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY^ APRIL 25-1862. ROCKSVHEAD! . , Mottj^Gambier is at present labouring undepSa attack of ague. After the hot fit has come the chill; the social tempera* ment is rather low; and the patient is somewhat bewildered by the moral alterna* * tiohs he has at present to undergo, and , which come over him, like the changes the climate, rather too suddenly to be quite comfortable or agreeable, The truth is, The Mount has been build* ing somewhat smartly during tbe past summer; and men are rubbing their eyea because they have reversed the crucible of the alchemist, and turned gold into stone. The edifices are there j and handsome looking buildings they are: but the stone bas not begun to " draw," and tbe money which used to be thought of as lying warm and dry in the Bank is now turned out intVthe street, and exposed both to every wind that blows, and to the pelting of ibe pitiless rain-cloud: Therefore, men shrug their' shoulders;? faces lengthen . wo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT MACDONNELL. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

PORT MACDONNEtL. /..:£;:(Frptt';.6ur.<mn correspondent.) - The first anniversary of Court Phoebe, No, 3317 Was held at the Victoria Hotel* April 16, wheo between 30 and 40 sat down to an excellent spread provided by Brother McKenzievnot forgetting a dessert of. fruit and nuts. , After the removal of the cloth, Brother P.O.R.t A. F. Barratt, cf Court Plitube, was called to the chair, and P.C.R , S. D, Mansell,of Court Mariai to the Vice* chair. The Chairman then proposed the following toastss-The Queen, Albert Ed ward Prince" of Wales and the rest of the Royal Family, His Excellency the Gover nor, Sir Dominic Duly. The Vice Chair man then proposed the High Court, Execu tive Council, together with the District Officer?,f with Court Honours. Thei Chair man reijponded. The following other toast* were proposed :~The Widows and Orphans . Fund. > . Oddfellows pnti other kindred sow cielies, Court;Phcebpj Visiting Brothers- and Friends, 'heAiity antkNavy. tlieVolunteer?, He"me...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXPLORATION IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

EXPLORATION IN AUSTRALIA. The last few years have been moreeveit ful in the history of exploration in Austra lia than all the previous" half century; -The ekp.loreri i^ichhardt, Siuri, Eyre, Greijiiry, M«ichell,van(i Kennedy did much to ad tauc9 di8r(®y®r>> KUt; after all the; utmost th?y r * fleeteid wasV so to spealc, bill a kibbling at the crust. Several of tbem made determined and persevering attempts to show the nature of the interior, but all of thera have signally failed. - In fact, it «o happened that in nearly every enterprise previous to Stuart's; the result was discour aging in the extreme to subsequent ex plorers. It was lather.odd that Mr. Eyre . was excessively fchort-sLhted, and Captain Sturt in his last espeditioii^waB almost blind. They discovered in their later jour ueys nothing- hut desert. 'Mr. Gregory was almost eqna'ly unfortunate, and was equally a believer in the desert theory. Thus the south. the west, and the north, west were.all supposed to be impene...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

AN AUSTRALIAN FEDERAL ,T"' ? ?' ?' PARLIAMENT. Thb British Parliament derives its influ ence over the civilized world from its ton bemration. This would not be the ease if there were three Parliaments sitting in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin. The Congress of tbe United States sitting in Washington is at a vast distance from the outlying States, but that was not the origin of the Civil War. The cause of that dis». as trous conflict lay in cotton and slavery, as opposed to a trstricted tariff p nd iron manufactures, associated with free labour. The commercial interests of the Northern and Southern Siajg^nere felt to be socially intagooiitic. 4,: ^ : In Australia we are now feeling the great disadvantages resulting lrora Five Parliai meats legislating for Five separate colonies. And if the narthern side of Australia be ^arW colonised, as there is every likelihood thaT it will -be,-tve will have Six Australian Parliaments, legislating for six colonies, and assembling at Adelaide, Ffrlfc...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, Thursday, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

COMMERCIAL r-'. AND "" ' M a r k e t s ^Border Watch Office}-. .. * Thursday, April 24. 5 The general tone iof -the Market < reports,' both from Adelaide and,' Melbourne, is that of depression. Agricultural produce rules < low, and the demand is not brisk. There were but few transactions in Flour at Adelaide last week. There- was one sale effected ot silk.dressed at £11; but there is no disposition shown to purchase. The prices , may be quoted at £10 10s. to £10 159, for wire«dressed, and £10 15s. to £11 10s. pe< ton for silk-dressed. "WHEAT,-A fewsales have been made at 4s, 5d. per bushel at the Port; but that price could hardlynow beobtaiced. The price in Town is about 4s to 4s 2d per' bushel for dray loads. Oats and Barley.-The quantity of .oats lately brought in has affected the market, and prices are barely maintained. There is no alteration in barley. Farm and Dairy Produce.-Potatoes hare improved in value, and are readily saleable at quotation...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

f' : ^r:S2^1aSiSa^iii#i5 ?** /r^v Deals, I&\ *k ttC «.. yiboL_,^,,. fes -*» , ^ ii . . ..- C--.*>,^£ciioneer- and'. ^">. mkUU f% , G^NERAL}S?0R®. j-; '''>$: 0''-, .' ""« ." ~4&-'} I ^-^jcouritarit^p-GeperiliAg^ii^ |t. . y- - fl?.;.T '.-"^^VJvy'fvC " 1 -'.! ? -'?1. -.-.i* ? * ?rfV^,;;!^c'4\-:-" '"-'v'-' ." ?"7-' . «?><£'.' "ACG.:i!sSii'-.?'. .v::' f,«5\K W-" ^RivC"' xvqTM m -..-. \1 bunt Gram bler. ;3-^ -it. - ^Wholesale General Store, .,< \q i .? *? . .;??;.»&?. - ??, ?>?. Mount Gambjcr;^ m ||^'-:V ?: - aVsv'iv; 'fc^|®g£&t O O X3 k:, . , \m &%m >?£<§ gcr V Gabbier -< " M.... <"*??_ Li; ^?''-?Rv# ?> '?>"' W~" .^^pfacturer&F fe'very Descriptiorf of . '. ''Ur'&CvV fy-&'- r." ---__-. bfElfiglT_T «nw tlPtt fa ^ST ^tiliiic«:m im # ^-^fe^vS^'5:KM ' ;can be kaoyrii: ^is?if^*liH^®T8';caD.,'-pe xaovrn; on^jnraiication: ." ,^:^.'«tee;:v-^..v*- -' ' " . ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

^. GAMBfER PRODUC& MARKET ,&VRRBHT PRicEs.-^Thursday April 24; Wheat may be quoted at from .......... 3s. lo 3s. 3d. Do. at Macdonnell Bay 3s. 4d to 3s. 6d. I Qa'ts, (in demand) ......... 4s. to 5s. I Potatoes (new) ...; £2 10B, to £3. Do; (old)............. dull of sale. ; ^Butter (very scarce) .... Is. to. Is. 6d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per ton Pollard, do, .*. per bushel . Bran, per ten» t) per bushel Oatt>, per bushel Barley (Cape) per buslie .. Etigheb ((food) ..

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CASTERTON RACES. DECLARED WEIGHTS OF THE GREAT WESTERN STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

CASTERTON RACES. DECLARED WEIGHTS OF THE GREAT WESTERN STEEPLECHASE Souter Johnny, 11st. 71bs, Vanguard, 11st, 5lbs. Charlton, 10st, 7ib. Warden, 10st. 3lbs.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RECENT COLONIAL INTELLIGENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 April 1862

RECENT COLONIAL INTELLI- GENCE.       From Melbourne we are told that the Aldinga brings 400 ounces of gold from New Zealand and news to the 8th instant. Exodus continued. Business declining, and last escort arrived on the 3rd instant, bringing only 6000 ounces.   Under date of April 14, it is stated that a bookseller has been fined £10 for selling   Smith's Freemason's Pamphlet without having printer and publisher's name affixed No GOLD AT CAPE OTWAY.—The popular impression is that the country around Cape Otway is of an auriferous nature, and we believe several persons are at present prospecting in that direction. Some specimens from there were given to Captain Helpman some time ago, who for- warded them to the Government Geologist for analysing. The answer of Mr. Selwyn is to the following effect;—his letter is     dated April 9:—The specimens enclosed in your note of the 5th instant are pie...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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