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COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, Thursday, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 May 1862

COMMERCIAL AND Market s Border Watch Office, Thuistfuy, May 1. The commercial news of the past week is by no means re-assuring. In Melbourne heavy failures are reported; and it is stated that a well-known auctioneer firm largely en gaged in rattle salrs and squatting proper ty U involved in Fisher's failure and the present portion is rather doubtful. As a matter of course it is added that if they go numbers will follow. During the past week The Mount has been agitated by rumours of a similar kind: but the latest intelligence from Fenola is re-assurii.g. We .understand that by the 'ast mail ad vices were received to the effect that the subsidy at present paid by the Australian colonies to the Peninsula and Oriental Com pany for the conveyance of the Australian mails will be increased by the sum of £30,000. From London later news has been received to Yfarch 4th. At the wool d&les bidding was languid, and prices declined from three halfpence to lid. Consols, 93 and one* eighth;...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR OWN DINNER PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

OUR OWN DINNER PARTY. At the hazard of being thought txc edingly egotibtual, we venture to give the fol owiug account of. a complimentary dinner given to us in our absence. :.l;y .our friends aud supporters on The Mount. We hope that our Reporter is strictly correct in his narra* live, for should we discover anyinaccuracy, we may leave him to find " his own dinner elsewhere another tithe. The dinner took place where it ought to be, and F.P. Gobble, Esq. was called to the chafr. After the good things whic ought to have been on the table were di . \ cussed, and a very superb demrt Uau ue come what it always was-nowfiere, ttli the usual Io>'dl loasis were.4taukiia.s_ lpyaljfnd patrioiic Englishmen always do driok, thepa,.., to digest die dinner, which, in justice to the landlord and his . cook',' we "may ?itate wat neither cold nor bot^ urid required something to keep it don u. ? The Chairman then called on the com* pany to till bumpers of hoi: wa'Vr.^The classic iElian,' hie happil...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOW ARE WE POOR FARMERS TO LIVE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

HOW AlilS WIS POOR FARMERS TO LIVE ? TP THJS EDITOR OR .THE BO RDKH .WATCH,v . - Sir, - Being one of the Uq^uftunate crea? A tures that i»babit-a small patch of land;- | allow me through your jnost valuab e coU umns, to. expound; ray views, ari^ .seniiments ? regarding the staff Of life, viz.-Wheat.'v;; : It has been my 1 t to retide ou Mount Gam bier, and sorry am 1 that such is the.. ca*e. When I ;flrat .arrived, WHEAT was at a fair market price, but now it has been reduced to almost nothing, suffice it to - say ^bai the farmer finds it difficult to mate, hotheads m?et. Many are the grievances the farmer has to contend with, such .as impounding, want of conamoi.ages, and the - real value.of good-marketable wheat. i After my arrival, the? first requisite was a good piece of land, which I fleeted about .two mile# distant from the A^tiut, and not having sufficient cash to purra|se it out and ou», employed the service of-.'ifc'iA«Jelaide' Laud Agent to purchase it for Mne; This being ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT/ PROciS^tlON . Bjr- Hi® Excellency - Sif- ,,I5omioic Daly, '' . Knight* \Captain-General (L.S.) and^GovernQr»iQ«Chief of Dohinxc DALY.Bc& Majesty's Province of So^tbAWralia, and Vice % Adrairai ofnhe BaniP, &c., "1JI7 HERE AS byjko^cl of the Parliaraeu t » * oi South Austria,' passed " in the twenty-second year ;df ^Her Majesty's reign, Intituled " Ad ' amend the 1 Waste f Land?'Act,' ** it u tfofccted, that it'sli&ll be lawful fdir the ^dVeroipr,byandwith ,the $dvice of the ExeputtyeiCouncil, .by Procla.' tnatioa published, in- thfi .Australian <jkt&etielto ttiakevary, arfdaitersuch Regula-' tioaaisto Jbitoshallseera meet, for the pur poti6bf dfcfttftUy determining'tfie/number and - c&;ciipiiondf cattle fo.b$de pastured on the conmonsofany Hundred,-apportiohing(he Cbhnbon qrpastnrfige atoota^ theoccupiers, anU ^t)tectirt^;iKem in the enjoyment of the 'fcaiopei AiidVwn^tfeaait h'aaheen deemed ex ' patent to ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURAL CORRESPONDENCE. [The following tellers have been addressed; to us by Farmers resident on The Mount, in each case, our correspondents have complied with our rate, by furnishing, for our private information, their names and addresses.—Ed. B.W.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

AGRICULTURAL CORRESPON DENCE, . [The following tellers have been ad dressed; to usby.. Farmers resident on The f Mount, in each case, our correspondents ' have «ompHed; with ou'^ for our private information, their names ( and addresses.-»Ed. B.W.l i TO THB EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH. \ Sir,-Every one will.adroil that without , machinery the farmers of Soutb Australia I would'rioth&ve' been able to stand their ! groundagairist the" many bad harvests . w hich liaye s ucceeded each v other, together | with'ilife,1gr&tlual 'jedueiioij in* the price ol : wheat an^ ptber prodbce^ And we are all well aware thaTibe SowerThe price the more ne are dependent'upon machinery, ! Now it,unfortunately happens that if the ' farmers o(,this district want a machine of any kind iheyhave to send three or four hundred miles after it. It is a_ fact (bat within the last two years there has been at least Six Thousand Pound? sent out of this district for machinery and implements of all kinds'...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. There are a number of very intelligent j men amongst the ' farmers round The Mount: bpt i^ey,suflUsieoijly,-aap« ported by the main body of their fellow labourets in their efforts to promote the cause of agficuUaje itt this district A similar complaint is madei elsewhere, M r. George,Mo(le,r, thei.lir^^ijdent;of the Far-<; men* Club, said lately^at Adelaide, that in all his experience here, .ond/duripg/tny ab seuca visiting England,. Acrer^'ti, and Ger m&ay, that I never saw any branch of i' - dustry where men, Tby^hjeir;,patience and peraeveranc^. arft inpre deserving of every encouragement than,, thes farmers of this colony, .asj-piav heqeen.{ookiug.over the returns; and I regretso little atfint on has been paid by ihetn to the fanners' Club meetings: but I presume time is to them tooupreciofus for a monthly or a«». occasional discussion^ Also,.thefe is^.no5beU9r system adopted v^iereby they could ensure their dinner meetings after their...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS £ s. d [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

MOUNT GAM BIE& STEAM MILLS Fine floor, per ton Pollard, per bushel do. per ton Bran, " do. Oat9j per bushel Crushed do. Barley Crushed do.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Wednesday night last, a full meeting ] of ihe Agricultural Society was held at the Farmers' Inn, Mount Gumbier, for the purpose of electing office-bearers for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of other business iu furtherance of the objects of the Society. Mr. Umpherstone, as President of the Society, occupied the chair. Amongst leading members present we noticed Messrs. South, Paltridge, Graham, C. Hayes, P. Macarthur, Buchanan, Sinclair, Smith, Holloway, Harvey, D. Potter, G. Bars, T. Williams, Sbelton, Clarke, Hay, and others, to the number uf about 40, mostly farmers interested in the agricultural pro* gress of the district. Some of those pre* sent had come upwards of seven milts to . attend the meeting. Mr. G. D. YVyatt officiated as Secretary. The following Report was then read by the Secretary REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT. Your ;committee have much pleasure in submitting the following report of their proceedings since their appointmen...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

*|T0 CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suitourspace; milters of. local interest are most acceptable. " No notice can he taken of anonymous cotn>* 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 " for 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
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. Third Session of the Second Parliament opened on Friday, April 25th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. Third Seision of the Second Parliament opened on Friday, April 25th, 1862. In our last issue we gave (received by express) the Speech of Sir Dominic Daly, on the opening of the third session of the second Parliament of South Australia. We aiao gave a list of the Bills which the Government propose to introduce during the present session* which it is understood will be a brief j>ne. The subsequent proceedings of both Houses have been merely of a formal and initiatory character, which the pressure of I local intelligence on our columns prevents us from recording in our present issue. We shall, in future, confine our Parliamen tary intelligence to our back page, unless any thing important occurs, for which we have made arrangements to receive by espresa.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1862. GOVERNMENT GRANTS FOR THE SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1862. GOVERNMENT GRANTS FOR THE SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. THE Government are fully impressed with the imporiauee of the South Eastern Dis trict; and. btiiig anxious to meet the rea sonable ^requirements of its inhabitants, to far as the current revenue of the year will permit, have placed lite following amounts on the Estimates for the ensuing Financial year, btihg the utmost lhat can at prestnt be done without injustice to other districts Circuit Court House, Mount Gam bier ...... £2,500 Gaol, first instalment .... 1,700 New Police Station at Scott's Woolshed .... 300 Court House, Police Station, and Custom House, additional vote . ? . ? 800 PolictJ Station, MacDonnell Bay 250 Police Stable and Cells, Narra coorte . . . . 1^0 Police Stable and Cells, Penola 150 Telegraph Station, Mount Gara bier, and residence, 1st in stalment .... 800 Life Boat Shed, MacDonnell Bay .... 400 New Jetty at Port Robe .... 3,000 Roads, South Eastern Dist...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

NOTICE. The BORDER WATCH OFFICE is now REMOVED\to the new Premises, n«ar\the Residence of ±Dr. Graham.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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COLONIAL OCCURRENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

COLONIAL OGC U RREN< ES. Reckless riding-is as much a vice on 'ihe : Monntas it is elsewhere iu the colonies. Last week wit saw a n;an, who beingfilled with *',u«pirii ' himself, spurred his, horse into almost unmanageable fury,- and taking . to tl)e pa,venient, or footpath, ('or there are no ''pavemeuis oa the Mount,) nearly km<cke'd down several persona, who might have lost life or limb without a moment's warning. Severe examples ought to be made of such conduct, .Nql' wonder thai boys--the " fa-t boys '' of Auitralia-think it clever to imitate *ucV'cotiduct, but even little childrea venture on..;g»eat risks, thinking it very *. brave" 'to do so. A , contemporary remarks that " Scarcely a week passes but we read ot the occurrence pfjaccidental deathv ai$ what renders it more lam^utable, is the fact that Hie ma- J joritypf.Uipae.cases aire easily traceable to carelessness, particularly, as;, regards the deaths 61 children, or injuries sustained by = them. In m...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE FARTHER PROGRESS OF THE MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

THE FARTHER PROGRESS OF THE MOUNT. Faou the detailed statement in another column, it will be seen that the Government are really about to do something ~for The Mount, and also the extensive District of which The Mount is the natural metropolis. The amount is small-only'Fifteen Thousand Pounds: but even that amount contains in jts grant a concession of our just and legiti mate claims ; and as the Government pleads present poverty- tnd (> the claims of other districts"-we can accept the Fifteen Thou sand Pounds as a reasonable insalment of our ':W claim-with ,an implied promise of more hereafter. If it bej wisely and profitably ex pended, we can go hereafter, with a better grace, to demand the balance ot that large sum, of which this is only the " first fruits,' Be it always recollected that the Govem» ment have already drawu from this District Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Pounds and another LAND SALE is impending. That Land Sale-even if it be of land seven or eight miles distant...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

AGENT FOB THE ' " i3ORDER WATCH'* . Penola; Mr. H Simpson. * : ' > i > C rPHE :V BORDER« WATCH V is put j. -V lished e?eryv friday'moruing at Nine " o'clock- . . ;' :, , , 'V. , ' SUBSCRIPTION For the quarter, {.aid in advance, £0 0 0 Do.,-, ;vif,bpoked, i .* ;> :*.»; 0 . 7 " 0 Terms of ,Adtertising: .. ,j;Vv; First Eight lines, orjnchofppacje... ,0 * 3! o Each.additional inch, 1 '::ii 0 1 ,fl . Adverttertaents under 8 lines .. 0 # 0 Discount On advertisements order1 ed for ihree moni^t ,^ ,,7 .>» ; Dittb (or six m9mh»; ; "50 w ; , : Shi pping;Advertisements,;each .. 0 4, 0 «>menta, for,eBusiness v Pi*.... . ,rper anitum.i, , ... 1 0 0 >ments inserted over the' ? . are charged- - uFirst. 'Five.Xines'.i.=*;-J^\\i ... 0.0.0 Each additionalJine . 0 1 0 It is requested that advertisementr, to se« cure their insertion, be sent in as early as possible, and at the latest not (later than five o'clock on Thursday' evening. Orders for the alteration or withdrawal ;of adverti...

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COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, Thursday, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

COMMERCIAL 1 AND Markets - Border Watch Office, Thursday, May 8. At Melbourne the markets arc quiet. Notniual price* are for Flour,1 £10 10a t wheat, 4s, The market is very inactive. At Adelaide the markets continue very dull for all kinds of produce. Ordinary «vire-»dressed flour may be purchased at from £10 to £10 10s. per ton. The small supply of wheat brought forward finds purchasers at 4s. per bushel. There was some inquiry for English barley (or malt ing. The supply of Farm aud Dairy pro duce has been large. There !:as been very little doing iu Rene' ral merchandise. The Nil Desperandura, which brought a cargo of tea, takes it on to Melbourne. There ate two arrivals from Mauritius with.sugar-the Jane and the JBenledi--but they ba\e not yet heeu offered at auction. A good demand exists both for curraats and raisins. For the former 6d. has been offered and refused. Belmont candles have been sold at Is. 2d. There is also a demand for woollen goods suitable for the winter season. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

E D W A R D FRENCH, * Commission and Forwarding Agen$ General Storekeeper, MacdonnellBay, fOii hand- Baltic timber, i Deals, solid, I, 2, 3, and 4 ffyt. . Flooring arid Weather Board? - C R o U C M. . . - \ "** -vi AtfSSiieer and i Co n mission Agent. AX.IS A N D R E T AI L y;H GENERAL STORE. Xfr6^f?etij§2)raperv, Ironmongery, Saddlery, " ..^Hf'rfei^ihenwaW, Stationery, &c. ' .r. * H A R R A L D, tKo TVTrttinnwl Tlnnlt\ ^^^^tl^Late of the Na'ional Bank) v:^?2f; \fMAceountant and GenerahAgent, Mount Gambier. Ty®^jp|ijERT KIRTON YARLEY iyjL^;;v Accoutiiant and Collector, ' Mount Gambier. f I - - ' ? ..???? ? - visu B U U*C H % ^r, ' ' Miller, >'<' * 2(uiv ;;: ft j Mount Gambier. 'Io&Je PANNELL, . . f f'S r ( Late of Adelaide,) ^ ? ARCHITECT, T ' j Mount Gambier. ^ EOR&E PAN NELL, \J H<mSE, LAND & GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, > ? ? ' .. 7- Mount Gambier. p l D,lE R; & WEBB, - .1 Wholesale General Stce, J7tc ' Mount Gambie...

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MT. GAMBIEE PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

MT.GAMBIEE PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICK3.-Thursday. Wheat may be quoted at from ................... 3s. lo 3s. 3d. Do. at Macdouneil Bay 3s. 4d lo 39. 6J. Oats, (in demand) ......... 4s. to 5s. Potatoes (new) ........... £2 10s, to £3. Do. (old)...........dull of eale. Butter (very scarce) .... Is. to ls-6d^

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour,'per ton . Pollard, do, " per bushel . Bran, per., ton * ; ". per,.bushel .. Oats, par bushel; BUrley (Cape) per bushel vXEn*,!8b:<£ood) ..

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862

BIRTH. At St. Kilda, 11th of April, Mrs. Frank Brodribb of a daughter.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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