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THE SEPARATION QUESTION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

THB SEPARATION QUESTION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-Under the above beading in your issue of March 28'h last, you remark as follows:-"As they had seen enough of the results of Democracy over the Border to satisfy them, fyc." Now, Sir, ! deny 1I1M l evrr said anything of the kindj u&y/ on the cmtrary, I upbraided the League with making use of the working men to obtain Separation from a colony possessed of one of the most liberal Constitution!! in ihe world, by promising them more liberty or power, ibna keeping ilie back-ground hid from their view, which was airti ! democracy. 1 would have called your attention to your reporter's mistake, (as I took it 10 be) at the time it appeared, but thinking the mistake so self-evident, 1 allowed it then lo pass. But now thai my attention has bee" called by a frieud to an article in the Portland Guardian, evidently written on your report, in which the wti'er (who is said to be in the pay of the League) has eudt avoured to_ ma...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS OF THE AMOUNT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS THE AMOUNT. To the Editor of the Border IVatch. Sir,- Frequent alia ions huve been made of la'e to t!»e rapid progress of life rising (ownsliips oi Mount '»a-n'iier an<l M«ic Duonell Bay, and it must lie admitted lint they have improved wonderfully within the last two year*. It is generally supposed that the iey meat cxten-icn of our farms of late ' ave b en the cau«c of all the prosperity of the t ad ts of the two townships. But it should he remembered that large sums of money have been expended in the erection of a c'a*s t-f I uddings which will n.'lbe required again for some time to come. Take for instance tlu National Bank, your own Offi e, Mille.-, Lord an-l Co'sstces; also, the :>tor§| of Captain French and Messrs. Mus» and -Co of Port MacdonnfiU, a'id many ethers I could name, the whole of which have been erected with hard cash brouuh into the district by the parties named. Also scmethiug like £8,000 or £10,000 of the public monies have be...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A COMPLAINT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

:A COMPLAINT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-I had DO idea when I wrote you (he lata letter, thai thrie was partiality shown to corresponder.ts.which evidently is the case or I should not have been answered in that ungeutlemauly manner by you. My letter as concerned )ou was respectful: it was to your correspondentthat X was referring. You say I should remember the old pro* verb that « what is one man's meat is another mail's poison," ID answer to that there is at least twenty residents here that fully concur with be. -Again, you say it is not to be ex pected that people who cannot themselves wiite the English/language correctly, should undeistand and enjoy citations from another language. To this I would say it was for your readers to thiuk, for there was nothing so egregidnsly wrong that I should be ashamed °f> and I can pronounce that to be a false criticism. In reference to your slur, that a modest man should recoil set the aphorism of Pope that " Fools rush in where ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

NOTICE. rpHE Creditors of Mr. James Smith, of J. Drop Drop/ near Mount Gambier, are requested to attend a meeting at Mitchell's Hotel, Mount Gambier, to hear a State of his affairs, by Mr. James Smith, on ihe Fifteenth day of May, 1802. ["IMPOUNDED by E. Leak", Esq , 19 ii *? August, 1862, 1-0 Brown mare, NW off neck, JM near shoulder Bay gelding, ML near shoulder ' Brown filley, GM near neck, hind fre> white. Impounded at the Springs Pound, by J. N. McLeod, Esq. Strawberry cow, JH off .ump, 11 ART near ribs, CV near rump Red and white cow, no visible brand Strawberry cow, L off rump Strawberry cow, EK off ribs Red and while bullock, DM near ribs Red and white bulluc*, blotch off ribs J Brindle and wlji»e bullock, O off iutnr, T off ribs Two red and white heifer*, do visible brand Red and while bulf, no brand. Twenty head of rattle will be sold on Saturday, the 3rd May, jf not previously claimed. & JAMES STEIN, Puundkeeper. AN Imported Thorough-Bred ENTIRE HORSE for Sale....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR AGRIGULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

OUlt AGKICU1/1URAL COLUMN. On* of o.ir .intelligent farmers, in the neighbourhood of He Mount, had his attention directed to the remarks of another farmer, which appeared in the " Agrieul* lural Column" of our previous issue. The remaiks weje to the effect, that the pros peels of the agricultural interesi round i i.e Mount weie very poo* indeed. Now, this farmer (ind we here express our acknow ledgments to him for lak'tig the trouble of calling at our office) is decidedly of opinion that Mouut Gamhier will be the only di-» irict in Souih Australia which can be ex pected fairly aud pr»filaWy to " hold its own.*' The diswict, he said, roust be fruit ful, not merely because ol the rich soil,but because of the heavy rains and moisture, which enable the ground to be worked like n garden. And as a practical agriculture, holding a farm of his own, he expressed hitnself veiy hopeful of The Mount as an agricultural distiici. .Another farmer, to whom we referred this opinion, remarked that it...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN MANSE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

THEPRESBYTERIAN MANSE. | The new, Presbyterian Manse, about to be erected for the Re?. Mr. Don, will . really be a very pretty edifies, and be quite an ornament to the town. Its style of architecture is not rigidly defined, out it may be described as being of the domestic Elizabethan period, and it will have a very fins effect, and give an architectural cba-, rac.er to CHUROK HILL. The plans and drawings by the architect, Mr. Gore, are very finely finished specimens of pictorial art, and deserve inspection by all who have any :aste for the utile et dulce-the useful combined with the ornamental, anil both based upon true English COMFORT.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

MT. GAM BIER PRODUCE MARKET. CURRENT PRICES.-Thursday April 24. Wheat may be qucted nt from 3s. to 3s. 3d. Do.«i Macdonnell Bay 3a. 4d to 3s. 6d. Oats, (in demand) 4s. to 5s. Potatoes (new) £2 10s, 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
PENOLA. (From a correspondent.) April 29th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

PENOLA. f From a correspondent.) April 29th, J862.. An inquest . wag held on the body of Elizabeth Goodliffe, wife of a small sheep farmer residing on the heath near Mr. Seymour's.. It appears from the evidence of the husband, who was the only person present at the time of the decease, that Mrs. Goodliffe appeared in Iter usual health and spirits on the morning of the 23rd inst. until about eleven o'clock, when the hus band thought he smelt something burning, and went to see what it was, and found his wife burning some of her clothe*, and also tome of hi;, he inquired the cause, and she told him not to touch them, and shortly after this fell into a fit, and on partially re covering, slated that she had taken poison. The husband immediately nave notice at Mr Seymour's, the nearest station. Mr Scott, S.M. and a jury of eiftht, held an inquest on the body on the 25th instant, but were unable to ascertain the true cause of death, so an open verdict was r^urned. Dr. Gunnings was duly sum...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS # Fine floor, per ton Pollard, per bushel do. per ton Bran, do. Oats, per bushel Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. £ s. d .. 12 10 0 ... 0 10 ..503 ... 0 13 0 6 0 .060 ... 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 — 2 May 1862

LOCAL NEWS. THE PRESBYTERIAN Caonca. -NOT wilhstandingtbe boisterous weather on Sabbath morning last, there was a fair average attendance at St. Andrew'*, and those who did attend were well repaid by tha truly excellent discourse which was delivered hy tbe Rev. Mr. Don. Two incidents occurred during the service, one painful and the other touching. A shep herd from the Bush, who had evidently been drinking all the previous night, startled the congregation by siugiog out, in a very stentorian tone, " Koo-ey !" He as immediately taken out, consigned' ike cubtody of Serjeant Yonog, broo6hl up new day ai the Police Court, fined £5 for nexiany .»«. ^ -j t9 amW?r '!-6e .?*-««« a co"8''R^l'.'«^,^l,XnB"'irbe"rLdUat Z *«Z <;i-"i?r;Thde may ihm be taught. to his cost, that the law is severe upon profane behaviour during divine service. The other incdent occurred at the close, when a young and suddenly bereaved widow presented ber posthumous child, a daughter, for admission into the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

TO COB RESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should I . be short and pithy ; lengthy articles do not 1 suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anonymous com - munications. Correspondents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. * Ail articles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer-not as a " sine qua non'' f< r publica j lion, but as a guarantee of good faith.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE AMERICA AND THE CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE AMERICA AMD THE CIVIL WAR. It is to be hoped that our recent differ, ence with the Americau Government is finally settled, without leaving so uneasy a legacy of mutual ill-will as was generally feared. Earl Russell's answer to Mr. Se« ward's despatch shows temperately but firmly the grounds on which we differ from the American Secretary's international law, while we readily accept the surrender of Messrs, SUddell and Mason as satisfaction in full fur the outrage dti bar flag. And there the matter ends. At Melbourne, under 'late of April 22, it is stated that Business is resumed. Spirits and sugars are firm ; baj is advancing ; flour is steady. Conaiderable numbers are yet at Werri bee. The encampment breaks up to morrow. The Lachlan news is -good ; 12,000 ounces have arrived. There is no room for naw comers. TheLachlan escort brings 11,000 ounces of gold. At one clai u there wet e washed nearly 300 ounces in uue day. However, hundreds are doing nothing. NbW Zbala...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

AGENT FOR THE ** BORDER WATCH" Penola; Mr. H. Simpson THE " BORDER WATCIl " is pub lished every Friday morning at Nine o'clock. SUBSCRIPTION : For the quarter, paid in advance £0 6 6 . Do. . if booked .. 0 7 G Terms of Advertising : First Eight lines or inch .of space... 0 3 0 -Each additional inch ''"0 ] 6 Advertisements under 8 line* .. .0 9 0 Discount on advertisements order ed for three months .. 25 per cent. Ditto for six months .. 50 . "; Shipping Advertisements, each .. 0^ 4 0 Advertisements for Business Di» ; ? rectory, per annum .. 1 0 Q Advertisements inserted over tlie Leader arc charged - First Five Line9 ... 0 -5 a Each additional line ... 0 1 0, It is requeued that advertisement*, to se* cure their insertion, he sent in as early at possible, and at the latest not later, than .five o'clock on Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration.; or. withdrawal of advertise ments must lie in writing andfenlin not later than two o'clock on the Tuesday preceding the da* of publica...

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. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH, DELIVERED ON THE 25TH APRIL, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1862. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PAR LIAMENT. OPENING OF THE SESSION. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH, DELIVERED ON THE 25TH APRIL, 1862. I The following' is the address of Sir Dominic Daly, on (lie opening of the pre« sent session of the South Australian Par liament. It was delivered this day week : - Honorable Gentlemeu of ibe Legislative Council, and Gentlemen of the House nf Assembly-* It is with feelings of no ordinary interest and satisfaction that I meet you for the first time Id Provincial Parliament, and avail myself of your coaoperntion in devis ing measures calculated to promote the material and social prosperity of this thriv'ng Colony, over which Her Majesty has been graciously pleased tu place me. Since you last met in this place, it has pleaded Almighty God to visit our beloved Queen with a deep affliction, in the death of Hi9 Royal Highness the Prince Consort, The many manifestations of sincere regret I have'witnessed, convince me that, distant as you are from the cent...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

DISTRICT COUNCILS. O.ie of the urgent requirements of The Mount is that of a District Council, to look after the proper making of our road', and to see to their being kept in proper repair. Our leading business men complain that the state of the approaches to the Mount, and the condition of our thoroughfares, are very great hindrances to business In factf it is the cause of keeping away profitable busi ness, which would otherwise be transacted at the Mount. It is true that iome making and - mending is going cn at present: and our main road will not be so frightfully bad. tiis winter as it was during last season. But there are poitions of our thoroughfares, the condition of which is an absolute disgrace to any civilized community, and in fact very dangerous to travetse by night, Au Adelaide conteinpori ary remarks that we often see in the District Council reports, mention made of works un dertaken, and which aie described as" form* ing and making roads.'' A correspondent suggests tha...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR LIBRARY TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

OUR Li BRAKY TABLE. The Mount is expanding in corporeal di I mcnsions and |>h<y^ical appearance; and | ,lhoujih (as is 'he case with e\eiy new (own | and district,) llie social, the moral, and tlie intellectual do not ket'p equal pace, sii'f ! there are amongst u* a la^ge proportion of cultivated persons who must necessarily Rive the ton * to sojiety, li i* true* thai the)* do not cry aloud, nor make their voice to be heard in the street. Yon are not en countered by them at corners, uiih vehe ment protestations that tbi Bokdbk WATCH m not north a rush; an I fiat they will cease to borrow the paper lor the purpose of looking at it unless the WATCH iannedi ately abandons i's li:erury preili ectiuns, and tell them a g'e.tt deal more about that trr< rible "row" uhich Mrs. Colt pepper had .wish Judy O'FlannBgan. We are NOT sorry that we cauuot please such C8rping»c»itics of the canine school. 'Ihey should take les sons at night, and fetch themselves " up '* in 'h...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORONERS INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

CORONERS INQUEST. O.j Wednesday for^on lust, an. In quest was held at . the residence of the late Charles Goldthorpe, blacksmith, for the purpose t»f ascertaining " the , man er in n bieh he met his death, and the cause of it. The deceased wag a very intelligent young man, rerent'y married, and resided in & neat cottage,on the hill, within a hott distance of St. Andrew's Church. Dr. Weill, the Coroner, presided; »ind the jury waa formed by the following gen tlemen, all well-known resident* on 1'he Mount:-Messrs. Alfred South, W. T. Gore, (hichiiKct) Edward Ingram, H, N »r« man, J. Heinneman, EJward Pe-per, A. K. Varley, 'A. Jaegar, John Al'en, a id A. Holtje, - W. T. Gore was chosen foreman. The jury, having been sworn, proceeded to view the body, which lay in an iViner room, and appeared thai of a healthy young man, who bad been suddeuly cut off in the very prime of manhood, leaving a'young widow to mourn over her premature and sudden bereavement Police Sergeant Bradshaw Yo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

NOTICE The BORDER WATCH OFFICE is now REMOVED to the new Premises, mar the Residence of T>n Graham. /is the present issue is the Jirst number of a new Volume, it will be a convenient time for new Subscribers to place their Names on our subscription List. *

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

MR, ING LEBYysftL citor, A delaide, Im .removed from Clark?s Buildings, ta iNo. 77, King Wjlliam^trvel. , ; 34cm .. y ,-v: - ?- ? y-f E D W A li D F, REN C Hy 5 Commissionand- Forwa riling A gent" w. vJ^Wv^oHd, 1» 2, 8, and'4 cut ,( -Flooiiugand Weather B >ards -i-: :-i_L~ ...'>. A. . C 'kV O U C ii ..Acti^nf^rirtVd'Co ivTO'ssi^n- Agent, WHOLESA r, E: AND RE TAIL < GENERAL STOKE; Groceiiep, Drajierv, Irnnmoncrery, Saddlety, Fa»'t'herifrart»t Stdttonery, &c." HT H ? H A R R A L D, i*" * ' (Late of the l^a.'ionaJ Bank) ' ' ? ? . Accountant r.n4 Genpral Agent, v.<22>c Mount ,Gambii'r, 1\/TR. ALBERT KIRTON VARLKY .-v*-* v. Accountant and Collector, ' ' '-"'420:c ' .' Mount Gamb»er.\ WN. B U R C H A M, . Miller. 2fm Woqn! ' Gambier. G EORGE PANNKLL, f La*eof Ad«':«!(Je,y A KCrtf 1 EOT, AJcuntGarahier. EORGE P\N(VF,r.r^ > 3". HOUS.13. UNDf?ENERAL ; "COMMlSSlUN^AGF.NT, Mburtt Gambier, / l I> L K }] ' & W K B B, **. VVholejule Gentral Sto...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per ton Pollard, do. t» per bushel .. Bran, per ton ,, per bughel Oatu, per bushel < .. Barley (Cape) per bushel ... Enghbb (good) ..

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