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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862
LOCAJL NEWS.; THE WEATHER ON THE MOUNT. The ever-changing mooo has at last brought us fioe weather ou The Mount: but not without^ first saturating the entire locality with atmosfcsuperabundant moisture. We have had 10 -wade through mud, puddles, and water-holes'} and those who had to be out during thedfrkywet nights; have almost had to swim like ducks. Last Sabbath was rainy, damp, and miserable. The Presbyterian Church, St. Andrews, was closed in consequence of the absence of the Rev. Mr. Don at .« The Church in the Wilderness/' Service at the Wesleyan Church was held in the School-house, as the Church itself has beeu undergoing the operation of plastering. Notwithstanding the wetness of the day, there! was a very fair attendance; and the Rev. Mr. Burgess preached an excellent sermon-plain; prac* tical, and with the great merit of being complete without being too long. We hope that our roads will soon be so im proved, as to enable the aged,the young, and even the delicate, to atten...
POLICE COURT. Monday, April 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 May 1862
POLICE COURT. Monday, April 28th. John Steel, for being drunk and resist- ing Sergeant Young. Fined £1, and 5s. for damage done to clothing. An inform- ation wag then laid against Steel, for dis- &nbsp; turbing the congregation at St. Andrews on the 27th, and he was remanded. On Tuesday Steel was brought up at the Court of Limited Jurisdiction, and held to bail lo answer the charge at the Court of Full Jurisdiction.
OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. The interest now taken in the progress of Agriculture in this district was mani- v fesled by the large attendance at the meet" iug, last week, of tha Agricultural Society. And the institution of a Farmers' Club is also another evidence. of the .fact. We have but to go steadily on in this way, un $1 the agfictilttirai interest in the district of Mount Gamt?ier is thoroughly organised, aod that interest will become a great fact in this district. A farmstead should be a hive of indns try, and many South Australian holdings aie suchbut ,wpt all., Farm laborers and other laborers should not be above earning a shilling: in any honest way, as they well know they were glad to do at home. Then, again, as we said before, there is a large class of small; farmers who have no re-, sources whatever for farming on their own accounts, and it would be most undoubtedly ? better for them if-they were to engage themselves to persons of superior means. It may surprise some to h"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
JOHN H O L T, Land Agent, SANDFORD,' 56 cm Western Victoria# TO BE LET at a Nomina! Rental, with Right of' Purchase, Two Splendidly, Grassed SECTIONS near MacDoimell Bay we!l Suited for Dairy Farm. For particulars apply to GEO. PANNELL Mount Gambier, May 15th, 1682. £6 8 OTICE is hereby gi ven that all Cattle and Horses found Trespassing on the undermentioned Sections-312, 313, 3l4, 3 5, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321 * (he proper;/ of the Undersigned, will be Impounded after the first day of June nejjt. WILLIAM TOJLMIE. IMPOUNDED by E. Leake, Esq Bay gelding JMK conjoined near . ohoulder. By Mr. Steele-Roan cow, -JD off rump, HW off shoulder, calf at foot. Six bead of cattle will be sold at this Pound on the 20ih May, if not previously claimed. JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper, A NOTICE. LL. parties indebted to ,A. & II. Smith, (Late E. W. Smithjare respectfully to pay the amount of their respec JUNTS on op before the - FOURTEENTH (Hth) JUNE, after which date all accounts will be pla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
8ADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER JHEIN EM AN N, Saddler and Harness *? Maker, bfgs to Inform the Inhabi tants ot Mount Gambier and neighbourhood, that he is now fully prepared to Execute any Orders at the Lowest possible prices. A Large Assortment ofiSaddlery of every Description always on hand. . Next to Mr, . Long's South Australian Hotel. 50 tc C O L L I S & S T AB KE, 1 Builders, Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, W heelwrights, &c,, Penola, Beg to acquaint their friends and the public generally that they have commenced business in the above Branches, and hope by ready attention and strict economy in their Charges to merit a portion of their favors. Estimates given on all descriptions of work. . Turnery in all its branches. A large stock of Dry Wood always on hand 15tc GH. SPRINGER, Baker, Pastry . Cook, &c., (Next Door but One to the 44 Border Watch " Office,) returns his sincere thank's to his friends and customers for the liberal support which he has teceived since ...
THE PARLIAMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
THE PARLIAMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. In our previous issne, we stated that the preliminary proceedings of our South .A us- i tralian Parliament were almost entirely of a formal snd preliminary nature. Various important documents have been laid on the ! tables of both Houses, with a view to &lt;heir being printed, Tor the infcflttuHtion of mem" bcrs, and through, them of-.tlifi',public. ^ ; Forms of regies to the Vice.-regal speech ; on the openingoftbe Seiwion^w^re duly prepared, by Committees of b6tb Houses. Each House tben adjourned: from the Fri day tiU the following Tuesday.' On Tuesday, April 29, both' Houses re assembled; and the replies to the Vice Regal speech were doly considered and agreed to^ During the debate in ihe House of Assembly.* it was.stated by Mr. Finniss, that ihe Ministry had not yet, by its pro? posed measures, established for itself the claim of being a ." Strong Government and Mr. Boucat stated that though gene» rally friendly to the Government he cou...
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 13. Before T. A. Wells, E. Wehl, and J. Um[?] herston, Esqs, J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 13. Before T. A. Wells, E. Wehl, and J. ?' Umj berston, Esqs, J.P.'s. . The Police Court was a scene of consul/ arable excitement on Tuesday last, jo con sequence of the bearing of various infor* (nations, laid by Lawrence Eg an, the Gov ernment Ranger of Crown Lands, against various farmers, and others, for depasturing' thfep on Crown Lands without liceoie. , William Tolmie was informed against for depasturing sbeep oft 'Cro #11 Lands with out license, "?*«? - c The Crowd Ranger stated bis cam plaint, the substance of which was, that Tolmie had long been in the habit of depasturing sheep on Crown Lands without license. William Tolmie slated that he had not the number of sheep specified on the run. He had applied for 1000, but had been re duced to 585. His" brother with less land had been licensed for the sauie number. He considered himself very grossly injured and aggrieved by the conduct of the Crown Ranger, for his brother with six sections had as much ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
v - . : -. 111 TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anonymous cora--. munications. ^ Correspondents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. AH articles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the naire and address of the writer-not as a " sine qua non " fir publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith, .
ARRIVAL OF THE English Mail. [The following was published as an Extraordinary on Friday evening last. We reprint it here for the benefit of our country subscribers.] [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Adelaide, May 9th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
ARRIVAL OF THE English Mail. [Tbe following .was published as an Ex iraoidiriary 'oii Friday evening last. We7 reprint it bare for ibe benefit of onrcdunry isubscribeia.] V / .. [BY BLECTRIO TELEGRAPH-] :" Adelaide, May 9ib, 1862. - The^ iEnglisli rDail arrived iii Adelaid* ' ibis morning The news is. of rery great importance. ? ' . ? The Queen laid the foundation stone of Mansolenm for (he remains of (he late | Prioce Consort ,at Frogmore* , The King of the Belgians was stoutly ill. The Hou?e of Commons have passed A revolution, that colonies exercisiog lie rights of self»government ought to provide for their external order and security and assist »u their own external defence* The Commons haverejected the marriage affinity B«il by, a majority of thirty-two. Government baveintroduced a Bill to amend Lunacy Laws, The Chancellor ofthe Exchequer Waa at pected to make hit financial statement on the 5e/» of April. JV]ajor O'Reilly, late Commander of the Pope's Irish Brigade, has kern re...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
. ' V ! jt'diiCB?* CoURTr^-Tfae important pro ?e|fdipigs ^at the Police Court on Tuesday Bti^Wftpjied under their, proper head. Ou M naday Ihfere wararase of a man charged wi\h a^saulting -rhis: wife* in ; which , lite ofl endtr was senteuced to pay a fine of £1, ar 1 to find bail to keep thepeac? for 'six in inths. r ' CEMETERY FOR The MOUNT. - We b« lievethat the Government gave a piece of la. d near the Blue Lake for the purpose of a Cemetery for The Mourn. Tuisj at pi'e 81 nt, ia rather too ifar a»ay : but if The ft ount increases iu' the same ratio during tl e next twoyears as ii has done during t1 e pan year,.a Cemetery at the Blur Lake i ay not be too remote from an exploding t wnship. LECTURE ON ASTRONOMY.-A lecture &lt; ii Aetronotny wfca delivered on Wednes* &lt; ay night, in the School-buuae of the Wes I >«n Chapel. 'Although the nightwas .oonlight, theie was rain impending ; but, here was, not withstanding, . a; Very., lair verage atteodatice at the Le...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
COR R ESPOND E VCE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch*) Sir,-I wish to call the attention of the Government,, of oar member, Mr. Hawker, and of the public/generally, to the very great hardship inflicUd oh me by the decu si.on of the Bench in my case. As I saw your reporter present, I have no doubt that an account of the matter will appear in your columns: but still I wish to state what my own feelings are on the matter. I blame the Gojerpnient for not allowing me the same rights of acreage as tbey did to myneighbours.- I ujn tthe holder of 801 acre% but I ooly dai"n for 640, and why too l nl me the aajife pmi'pges as others . >> . . Is flesh ier ilie one,. and fish for tl j .' iber, to be the .order of.jfUe ,cUy?r'T c mi unicated with the Honourable! he (»»m nisgioner of Crown Lands Yn th*. Si bj cl, andrecetTedan answer, dated the Hth of February last, and'the excuse given ft r reducing me, to quote the Commis s: >o er*s letter, was, that I did not origin ally Jaimtorun t...
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1862. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
^ : THE MltSl W&f i®» Publuked every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1862. IMMIGRATION. THE present lamer, tably deprased condi tion of some of the great interests of these colonies being chiefly occasioned by the yery"|obvious fact that their produce has exceeded their consumption, and that ibe cost of producing exceeds the value of the produce, it stands to reason that we cannot look for much ~ improvement t ill the popu* lalion fees greatly increased, The cry is now, therefore, for immigration on a large, scale. We want more people, to consujpe our corn and cattle.: Immigration, bovv-. ever, has difficultiesjn its way which are generally overlooked by i's advocates, and those ttho oppose it, even ou the very, odious grounds of a protective and rear* lionary policy, have something to say for themselves. They look around them aod witness much hardship and suffering among classes of colonists that are not wanted in ilie colony-^-araoug men whose education , wou'd have fil ed...
COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, Thursday, May 15 [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
COMMERCIAL AHD Mar k e t s ». ? ; Border Watcti Office, Thuisday, May 15 This .is the dull season of the year; and business in Adelaide, Melbourne, and Si dney is in a stagnant state* Any change, in prices is merely of, a nominal character. Extensive shipments are being made from Adelaide to New, South Wales acd England. We shall hare some important information to communicate next week res peeing the cost of ship ping wheat to London.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
TJielireat JEas;ferii: -> u VJ' -tit-;* - - ??? 3NiBW:'Glwds?'!. "'IKTew GoodsGiwde £ ?.. .. v ? *. ,*: . ?.??-v-.-r:" ?'?.?»': : - .?. . ' >'.?:. ?, .?? * ?'. ' »?. j . t-» £v . !' j' =>..*. ..-*.." -'.?>. ., &lt;' -.... .&lt;"'.£>?&'.-.'1 - - ? ^ &lt;. *p;.^ ^?? ./;'' ' ' "Stessrs. Mi lee r, LORD & Co. . . ? : BEGtoGall the Attention of. the Inhobitan's of Mount Gambier and. the Surrounding District to their Large aud Varied Assortment ofr~ . 1 . : \ A ' Drapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery; ; ^r-s - . Ladies' Haisaud. Bonnets , . /'". y-. . ; Gents';.Clothing %% ? ' ' . L:' .. N Ladies, Gentpj arid (Children's Boots/and Shoes "VV y 1 ^ &lt; - Tuys, Jewellery, Books, Siationaty^ -' ; Grockery,GlussTvare, Ironmongery, ^uilery r , Oilmen'st Stores, Groceries, Provisional ' - Wines, Spirits, Ales, , V .. V I Tobacco, Suoff, . &c., &c" _ &c. AH of the Above Goods are of ihe best Deecription, and having be...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 May 1862
MARRIED.—On the 21st ultimo (at the residence of the bride's father), by the Rev. J. Sheldon, Mr. Jas. L. Stapleton, Manager of the Victorian Telegraph, Mount Gambier, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr. Wm. Ekers, Robe Town. &nbsp; BIRTH. At St. Kilda, 11th of April, Mrs. Frank Brodribb of a daughter. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
DEPASTURING LICENSES. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862
DEPASTURING LICENSED [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BO III)BR WATCH:! Sir,-As some of the Residents in the Hundred of Gatnbier may be expecting to get their licenses through a District Council this year, I thitfk; you would render- much obligation; by taking notice that reliable information has been received in Ibis district to the efl'cct that Government intend to surve| and offer for sale some portions of ihellondreJ oo whicli improvementsstand, rpieyi^s to handing o?er ,he Crown Lands management to .a .Council ; and as some time niu»l necessarily elapse before such can be done, and a Council drelared, it will be necessary fori iihose; who wish to avail ihemselvi-s of.iheir ritflit to depasture, to" wake application io the usual quarter, and th'tt previoua to the 1st June; I am, eir, | A UUYDRKDISR Mount Gsnibier, May 14th, 1862.