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CORRESPONDENCE. IMMIGRATION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

CORRESPONDEVCE. IMlVnGliATION. 1 « [TO THE EDITOK <>F THE BURDLK WATCH ! i Sir,~The Immigration Question,- which, has entered tlie mind of nearly tvery imlir. vidua], proves itself to be a very important step towards the advancement of this colony, Wtffci 'the Goverhm' nt decided <n resuming Immigration, a spark wat kindled in the mini of every' thoughtful man. Never dots ft colony thrive so we 1 as wleiv Immigration is carried on retro* lairly. and economically,; Had we a mo:c liberal Government, we should -see Immi gration attended to. Look for instance at Melbourne, wheu immigta'ioh was carried on to auch an t xient, did it do liarm ? No. It has paved iheway for it becoming at no distant period a great and populous.; city. Have ne notlle same ehuoces?: Our land is equally as, valuable;/we have mines (if DPI ot g&d) of copper, which add g»eatly 19 the value? of iu - Are we not larger in territory? iTbenwhat is<0bedoiietomake South Austra...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

ENGLISH A! D itJROPEA&" The mostpleasiu ittma^of our Home .news--as farasthareaders of the BORDER WATCtt are cqncerni d--are the two con joined facts \.thart£!omn]ercial ma i tors in London are fi'Jii; and thai Wool has been rising in valoe. So far, the wool sales of the present year show a great advance on those of 1861. The great builuing for the Grard In ternational Exhibition of 1862 was rap idly progressing. ' The Exports for A ustralia were again ontbeincrekse; 15 vessels cleming out ill the month of March for Adelaide, Mel-, bourne, Sydney andJHobart Town. France is quiet, by reason of vigotous measures, and the arrest of numerous dis jyS^fed persons. Wlluly is making steady progress in the way of establishing constivUt onal freedom and represfniauVe Goveruireiu. : / . The Pope|contihnes verv i I ; and ihe College of Cardinals are mking, measures to ensure, iu the event of h.s doath, a successor upon whom will devolve the task of re-orgauisir.g the Poiitificial Govern...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

NOTICE rilH E Inhabitants of the Hmdred of G*m -i- , j bier are Requesjed to meet at M r. T. Ntwion's, on Toesdiiy next, at 6pm., to take into coiisidfiatioua Letter of consider* able Impoiianco, received.from the Hon. the Commissioner oi Crown Lands. J. UMPUERSTON. Mount Gambier, May 22, 1862. A YOUNG LADY is Desirous of Ob taininp a Situation as GOVERNESS, in a Respectable Family either in Town or Country Apply by Letter, addre«sed A.B.C. Officlj of this Paper. - CHOICE BUILDING ALLOTMENTS; 4 LLOTMENTS for Sale, on Section J\ UtpO. 57tc ALEX MITCHELL. TENDERS Wanted 4 FOR the Erection of a STO B R. , ; W, T, GORE, 57ie - "Architect. N OT ICE. r-' TN, FUTURE all Freiglrs imist.be paid A' before the Good#'leave the Bay. * EDWARD FRENCH,' . ' - Agent. 1st November, 1861. 29tc MOUNT GAMBIER, 171 OR SA LE, on Longr Credit, or'to -I- Let with Higlit of Purrhuse Hundred-of Macduhtiell. Sections-219, 256.234, i39, 140, -257, $59,260,352 389. ^ ~ , Hundredof Blanche, near Blue Lake. Sectio...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

SADDLE ft AND HaRW MAI£<fj3R.v '* T * HEINEMANN, saddler, and Harness . Maker,** b» gs to In ormihelnhabi-' vtants ot Montil Gan»bior »md nciyhbourfcood, . !h'a» he ia n»w;JulIy prt»i»«tr«'!l .toiEx^cilie Bny^ Oid^rs at the Lowest possible - prices. A Large At»sortm»*nt of Saddlery of- every Description al^ys on hand 1 Next 10 Mr LongV Sou U Australian Hotel. . 50 !<. / * .OL 'Us & 8 TAR K B , V7 : Builders, Carj enters, Cab net Makers, n W hefc!wrigh»s, &c,, PeiMlla, Beg «o acquaint thtir fiiiMids and the public - general ly.dioi thrv have commenci'd business in . 111e above Br«nche», and hope by leady attention and strin economy in their charges to.UK'iit a portion of (heir fa»ors. / Estimates pven on all descriptions of work. Turnery ia a.M its branches. A loige eto« k of Dry Wood a!wa>son hand 15tc G"~ H. SPRINGER, Baker; Pastry Cook, &c.,- (Next Door but One to th# " Border Watch '' Office,) returns his sincere thanks to his frie...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

OlJft AGKICDLTURAL COLUM N. . As the subject of shipping Wheal from MacOoboe!! Bay still engrosses attention in, this ijuarter, af well as else whet e, we maj' quoie the fojlovvinu as a statement of the expetfae of. *hijpp:ug wheal from M*I botirne to London. ' s We- have been favoured by a firm in Melbourne, which is actively engaged in shipping wheat to London, »itb>lhe follow ing estimate, of the cost per bushel* being theresuli of information: obt&iued for iheir own-rjg^idance. :Tlie^inarine insurance of 1^ per cenu covers only a total loss. P-r tial d&mage, tin refore, requires to be pro- j Tided for by a Special aillwance; three* pence per biifhiiel^it is believed, will beau ample allowahlelor such, damage. ' COST op SHIPPING WHEAT. ' 8. cf. Freigtu,at 36s. per ton gros% per bushel .. 10 Cpmmis»ion and brokerage, 5| per cent, pW bushel .. 0 4% Bags, Is. 2d., per bushel ... 0 3} Imnrance, marine, 30s. percent. per bushel ... ..1 1£ Duty, dock dues, and promis...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, ursday, May a^22, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

COMMERCIAL - AND v k e-ct's Bprder Watch * * - Thutaddyj Ma^-22, he general.;tohe of the^^arkeUiteports ooiii from Adelaute and Mt'lb iurne^are, on the whole, more favouiable. At Adelaide, . the Gom Market has bceu quiet, and a large portion of the wheat sent in lias been s'.ored for higher j rioes.. The quantity exported, both of wheat and fl ur, does not amount Itm -- more than two-thirds «>f that exported up to Pame date last year. Prices have been firm for wheat at 4s. 8d. for parcels delivered * » . at the Port, and 3s. 101. to 4s. lor dray-loads in town. For flour the nominal price is £10 to 411, but a lower piice would be tak»ti fcr large parcels. . At Melbourne the markets are reported firm. Flour £11 to £\2 ; Adelaide,^ 12 to £13; Magarey's, £13 10s. Wheat, 4s. 9d lStHay, £7 to £9, Potatoes, £G to £6 5s. Teas are fiim*, sugars have a downward tendency; and maize fetches 2«. lOd. At MacDonnell Bay the Fair Tasmanian '-V** and the Mary Smait have commenced loading for Adel...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

. NOTICE, The BORDKR WATCH OFFICE ts now REMOVED to the new Premises, near the Residence of Dr. Graham.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS ; Jb S. Fine floor, per ton .,?_ .. 1.2 10 Pollard, per bushel ... v . ... 0. 1 do. per ion , . 5. 0 Bran, " do. .. 0 1 ;Oats, per bushel .. 0 5. *. Crushed do. ; . . 0 -6 Barley, ... ... 0 5 Crushed do. ... . 0 6

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUICHEN BAY. Robe. 14th May, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

GUICHEN BAY. . Robe. 14th May, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) Lieutenant Luces completed the. classic, ficalion of the Kobe T»'wu Rifles « n Fri day last, when out of tweniy-seveu men who fired, Captain Walker. Sergeant J. Ekers, Privates Charles Gell, Jas. Evans, and E. Squire attained the rank of maiks inen; the following are first-class-men iy R. E. Venn, Clias. Eker?, Corporal Ful larton, W, W. Venn, Corporal McLean,. W, -Warren, Corporal Hotson, and A. Campbell. Ten succeeded in getting-into the seconJ class and four remain in the third clats. So that upon the whole a decided improve ment is shown over last years firing. * At the close of the classification, and af er refreshing themselves with a class of wine, Lieutenant Lucas exercised the coOt<* pariy for the first tine in judging distance Drill, which is really one of the most im« poitant branches of a rifleman's stuily, as without the faculty of estimating distances the most expert sjiots^ would be compara ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour,, per ton .. Pollard, \dp* \ 1 i» - perliushel . Bran, per ton- " *. . ,. M per bushel Oatf, per bushel Barley (Cape) per bnshe i, . English (good) ..

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

. THE UNITED SrATKS. Preaident Lincoln bas made a proposal ' fo Congress fur the gradual abolition of ? slavery by way of coinptiifaiuiii.. The r Hou$e of Representatives have passed a resolution in accordance wiih ihe proposal. ^ . 'The Federal army, in Arkansas hasde. featcd, wiih great loss on bovh sides/ tlie > 'Confederate forces under Van Dorni Price and ^McCuIIoch' --The Confederates have ababdonVd .M which the Federal8 have occupied. .;. General McJ>Han has ?fixed his head»quarters at Fairfax CourK H ouse. . The Potomac is openi Nashville is occupied by the Federal , troop?. The Confederates have burnt and . evaluated Columbus. President Davis has - delivered a second messtj>e$ to Congress, r in which, he acknowledges thedisasterato the: South, but expresses hope in thi ? future. r ' .. ? . A Tax Bill, applying to almost; every trade and all articles of consumption, is about to be introduced in the Federal Congress. .... ^ The lieutenant of the.Sumter and an* other ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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OUR LIBRARY TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

OUR ubraryJ'Ible We have before U3 a new book.en titled ".Alpha'and Omega," a aeries of Scripture Studies, by George Gi'fiIan, MluUier of the Gospel, Dundee." ^ Mr. Gilfillan has been for years popV Iarly known at honie,and especially iuScotfand, .as; a ^ery lively nnd graphic wiiier, whose pea lias always been dedicated io noble aims, sustained by elevated religiousfed ing« He has a fine eye for the pictti'esque, to wttich tii* ihetorical aiyle ia well adapted; and be has rarely .been excelf&d in bis vivid sketches of Scottish wejiei, manners and customs, especially when these were assocu ated with religious observances arid holiday" enjo} merit*. But in tbis new book Mr« GilfiHau takes a higher flight. . For the, information of our plain and practical;-readers, we may state that " Alpha* aridi'/ 6mega'' are the first and last lettersoiftbe Greek alphabet; and >11 the Book of; Revelations tbeae l»o tames are adopted^ts a peculiar.and expressive title of tUe diviue Son of...

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MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICKS.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE AlARKEt \ CURRBKT PRICKS.-Thursday*. VYbeatniay be quctcd ui frofii;"-* r.f.uiii'o* . . .....I 3s. to - 3s» 3d. Diyai Macdonnell Bay 3s. OJ to 3s 5d. Oais, (in/demand) ......... 4s. to 5s. Potatoes (new) £2 10s, to £3» Do. (old)* ..... t. dull of pair. Butter (»ery scarce)....., Is. 4d to Is 8d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

.Et)GA-IJ NEWS. '.*- itjpfiPAS^DHlNG LICENSES-We. direct'; ^^tklteqtion of our readers to the Govern ' ^iD^^dferfciseinent and also to?alet er on pur" > »$afck page, on il e subj.ect of Depistuting licenses.1* The letter is feigned .' A Hun*-; . " dredet," and OUJ co-respondent, who .has - .privately furn shed us with his name, is a . if / trading and influential resident on The Mount. y We ; ^ope that the attention of- the Govern-; ;nteiit will be directed to the subject, as one of great importance to the district. ' .Aknoal 'PtODGHiNG MATCH.-The - annual Ploughing Match, under the patronage of the Mount Ganibier Agrtcultuial Society, wlU take place on the 2nd cf July, - .^GOVERNMENT LAND SALE^- The . .< Gazette"^fMay 15, contains an antiounce tioent that a large quantity of Crown Lands ' v* il) be offered for .sale at 'ho Lin d Office, Ad^l&tfe, on Thursday, the twelfth day of next, ensuing. The land specified is situated chiefly on this side of the colony, i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE LABOUR QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE BORDER WATCH.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

THR LABOUR QUESTION. [ [Ta THE BDITOB OF TBE BORDER WATCH.1 | Sir.-It is not pbaaant to be always grumbling, although it is the prcrogaiive of farmers to do so; but as I promised to show some of the many difficulties under which the agriculturists of Moout Gam bier labour at the preetnt time, I will take the Labour Question f >r my present letter. It requires li'tlc or no argument on my part to show that wheat cannot be grown at a profit with an average crop of, say fifteen bushels to itie acre, and an average price at t'ort MacDonneil of say 3s. fid. through out the year. The whole proceeds are absorbed in reaping, carting the stack, thrashing, cleaning, aud carting to the place of shipment, leaving nothing for rent or interest on capital ii.iesfed, p'ougbing, keeping implements and vehicles in repair, and the many o'her charge*, which would take up too nnjcii space to enumerate. It | is, ennu<>h to disouragear.y -.oiiewhobaa invested ,al| his money in aurtcn'tural...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

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 com" munications. torrespoidents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. . All articles seut for insertion must be authenticatpd by the natre and address of the writer-not as a " sine qua non " f< 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

-^ ''^^w-j^oids! New Goods!s$^ Goods! ^.'i;^-^.,: :*>.;«.^;:,r. ^. .. ,,.v.. ..... &t. " 'V-:-. - . "? "' ' ' ' ' :%i' «»'<. ; ' Messrs. MillteR, - LqSd & Co --'7 CaH ihe Aticn ion of iIip Inhabitant of Mount Gambier and the .^Surrounding ^iilritt- to thrir Large and Varied Assortment of- ., Drapery; Hosiery, Haberdashery; ' .'' Latiies" Hals Qnd Bonne's ^ ; r- Gents' X Iutlnng :r . Lndit^Gnnt^and ^hi dren's Boots' and Shoes Toy?, ,lt wft'.civ, B'»oksj Slau'onary . . ? > . t'ru<k»*r», (Jlnssnar<, Ironmongery, t'uilt-ry » ?? ' ^ - ' v --OiluteriV.fi»tbr«sf, Gniceties, Prtmstutia . ' . Wiofs, Sjiiiiis,?A{tF, t v ' *.» Tubacc^iSjtvfiV q See.,- &o., . &c" ' &c. All of ilie.AUovp Good« are of the"be*.t. P^jr-ription, and liaving: letn Swluttd-wiili grfat care, tiom the latest MtNbuuJin- Ht.iists, IVl/ssrs M L. and (Jo , offer iliem; ui pikes that Will defy Competition.. * v S tuOk a rid C«trnrr. i -hioii A g e...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1862. PROSPECTS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1862. PROSPECTS OF AUSTRALIA. IT appears to us that one thing alone is required to make Australia all that ils Ban* guine admirers predict that it will be, namely, cheaper and speedier coromunica», lion wilfi Europe and oilier ^reai seats of wealth and population. Almost ail onr' present troubles and drawbacks arise from (for vast distance from countries wbose super* abundant population are greatly in want of qofo and wine. Wool, the great staple ^of4be^ti{oi>ies( requires for its production of comparatively lew people, stf'Hb&t, even though that production could be.indefinitely increased, it would go but a short distance towards (reeling our present (fifOculties. Moreover, the wool interest will always take rate oi itself, it commands the markets of tlie world, and will always ; fetch such a price as will tender its carriaye across the otean a (ikying business: we therefore, iu our present reinarkSj leav.e itouV i £ of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 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.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 20. Before Dr Webl, Messrs. Wells, and J. Umpherstos, J.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 May 1862

POLICE COfJHT. Tuesday, May 20. v l3«fore Dr Webl, Massre. Wells, and J. Umpherstoa,' J.P.'s,. i Messrs. T. W. Burcham und F. ftJcKa.. appealed before the" Bench, to ask: .to: be: discharged, from'. lieir -bail»: in - \X\z case of M Tlioroas - Barralij ^a?y allc ®ed lunatic, ' for whose safe keeping' they had filtered iht«> recognizances of £25 eacbi l ' . " MrrT.* \V;i Burcliam 8ialiE»d that he and . & r. ^Ray were unwilling ta be held any longer responsible for. the- safe custody of 1 Mr. Barrett, as they had no proper meanB of securing him, in the event of his attempt* irTa to escape from their control. The Bench, on consultation, said that the bailees could only be released from their responsibility by application to the Atlorney General. *1 hey were, however, warranted in using all rtiasonab'e precautions, and c>uld place the lunatic in a strait waist coat, it it were necessary for his security and safety. At all events they were an swerable for his safe keeping u...

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