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OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

OUR AGRICULTURAL COLUMN. !; We have received a letter from a Mr, Spencer, of Woodford^ complaining of the naccuracy of our Mouut Gambier mil! re ports of prices. He states that he came a distauce of 35 miles to The Mount, with a horse and a bullock-dray, in the expectation of buying oats at 5s. per bushel, and on arriving at The Mount he was charged 6s. 6d. But our answer to this complaint is simply,, that we obtain our reports of priees from the mills, and we are therefore not answerable for any casual , inaccuracy. We have, however, specially referred the complaint of Mr. Spencer to both .the Mills; and the following is the answer which we have received. At the Victoria Steam Mills, we were informed by Dr. Wefil, thai he cannot obtain o^ts in the market, and tbpt for the picsent we may erase barley, or indicate the price as nominal. At the Mount Gambier Steam Mills we were in formed by Mr. Burchatn that though they have oats in store, they are not desirous of selling at present ra...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

STEAM BETWE'CN^ORT ADELAIDE GUIOHBN "^AWANIL MACDON NEL'L BAY. " : - " NC ICE; . « i N G ihe following 1 W months the steaxer "A N T." v J Frederick P. Snewin, commander, Will sail between the above Ports as under, viz. From Port Adelaide-On MondayKMarch 10; Monduy, March 24th; Monday, April 7th, Monduy, April 2ist5 Monday, May 5th; Monday, May 19th"; Mon day, June *2ud; Monday, June 16th Monday,June 30th. From Macdonncll Bay.-On Thursday, March 13th : Thursday, Marth 27tl»; Thurt. WBjj?: day, April JOth; Thursday, April 24th; Thursday, 'May 8tfi ; Thursday, May 22ad; Thursday, June 5th',: Thursday, June 19 th. From Guichen Bay-On Eiiday, March 14th, Fiiday, March 28tlr;^F\iday, April llih, Friday, April Fiiday, May 9th ; Friday, May 23fd; Friday, JuueGih; Friday,June 20th. Weather permitting. Agents W. YOUNOHU-'BAND, Jun.and Co., Adelaide. OftMERODand Co., Gutchen Day.. E. FremcHj Macdonnell J3ay. CI O L L I S & S T A R K E, * Builders, Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, "W heel w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

, VI CI OKI A. The markets remain uncharged. Rice is firm. Sugars maintain their price; a cargo to arrive haa been sold at full ratetv A serious accident occurred on the {Su burban Railway,, by which several persons, were more or less injured. Mr. Service's motion to place ull Mel. bourne journals ou the same footing as re? gards Government advertisements was lost by a majority of four, -The Assembly passed the Fisheries Bill. The escorts. have brought down 35,000 ounces of gold In .the House, of. Assembly Johnstone elated that £7*338,000< had been borroned for railway loan, s . . NEW SOUTH WALES. The yield from tho Lachlan goltl field continues good. The escorts have brought down 11,332 ounces. ACTS .ASSENTED; TO.-rAdvices /Have been-received (rom London, stating; that the'fi'liowiog Acts, reserved for* Her Ma jesty's approval, are left to their operation : -The Real Piopeny Act of 1861 ; the Electoral Act bf 1861 ; the Limitations of Actions Acti and the Act for securin...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICES.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

CuRREKT I^BiCE^J-rThurstlav. Wheat may be quoted at . ^ j - from .«.*............... 3s. to/^s. 3d. ; Do. at Macdonneil Bay 3s. Oil to 3W' 5d.' . OaiBjCindemand) 5s. to 6s. Potatoes (new) ........... £2 10s, to £3, : Do. (old).......... .. . dull of saW "Baiter (very.scarce) ....Is. 4dto!ls.8d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIA. MENT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

SOUTH' aUSTRAUAN PARLIA. ME.NJT. Both branches of our South Australian :.ParIian^n.(;,have]^^;.8ift^''^ik^(k^sly » but the only business['tit^^clfiHdierMt u our readrra in tbiapartbfihocoUoy has /been the V Financial Simerirtnt,'* or, a? it 1 -«sed- to Be t^rme^t riofh^6^re- S^| gel.'* I This is an exj^o^kion of; ihs *l Wacyy an-J Means " juf the colon^ qj^a balance' sliee: of. past revenue aiide* pendtmre, and ail anticipated reckoning;of.,.the income aaJ expenditure Tor the ensuing year. < Wo ab* breviate the following summary? . "" The financial speeebjof the Treasurer on Tuesday was a full and clear. statement of the position of the colony jriVjrespect of its re*enu#and exp<9idfture. Commencing with population, the Treasurer -first showed the number of. people- colony, an J thenpoinled outiheestcntof public dehi " which they have to bear. The estimated population for March last is 13] ,645 souls, and.ihe<>e tl-is supposed will be increased to ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

% It is desirable (hat communications should beshort and pitliyj-iengthy articles do not suit our, space j matiers of local interestllkre ?most acceptable. : £ JNo notice can be taken of anonymous com * mu meat ion 3. ' ? ^Correspondents" are' particularly requested to?write bn oneside of the paper only. ' - ;All:^oriicle9 sent- fpr insertion must be; authenticated by the na'we and address of (he ;wr|ter£rnot aa a 44 sine qua no»" ft r publica» lion,but asa*guarantee ofgood faith.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND ON THE MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

THE CHUKCH OF; ENGLAND ON THE MOUNT. The Rev. B. T. Craig, (Chaplain to Che Lord Bishop" of Adelaide, and one of the beneficed clergj men of ibat cUy, arrived last Meek on The Mount, as stated in our previous issde. His objeoi, we understand, is to organize the members of iheChurch of England on -The Mount, and to lead them to tak<» efficient procetediugs for the erection of a Church, atid the.- endowment, of an ordained and resident clergyman. Last Sabbath, the.'Rev Mr. 'Craig preachedr/'mbrriing^-aiiid'^vWP^ **IM National 8chool-hou*e. .. Although ll»« weather was anything hut propitious, and the roads wece. very bad.t the. attendance during the forenoon ^asiar^e,,the spacious schftol room bring q«>jte full. . The service waa a very dejighiiul one. 'The style of IV' r.'CraigJs chaite, ele^aut, and dignified. There is no format mannerism in his read ing ; the service at once pleases tha^ear and touches the heart; an 1 the congregation, by thf-ir earnestly-intoned resp...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1862. AUSTRALIA AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

fHE r _ / FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1862. . :> ' ',--r. - . - ' . V^/i 'v ^ . ii ? II IJ Jiin. ». ? J . ? i ' i ? i ,i ? _.ji i.IV_ Hi IV . '?"? » # AU- TRALIA AND AMERICA, We have gifen it as our opinion that the greatest ibing ihot ci-'Uld be done for Ausv Jralia would be to abridge (he -length of the:-* .^oyage to Eurjj-e/ We mentioned' inour. last th&Hhis is hkely eie long to bo accbro*" plsshed* Something mote is wanted, hnw ^eVtfr, lOr$$jke^h^-coiffitrv as ot'rncfive as. It otigln i&:7 be to European <. Irtimigrarit». We want to diminish the difficulty and p'ense of?- thelr:gtiiting from one part of Australia to another. The great length of flie voyage,, from England to (his country has been hitherto-not the only drawback to mil extensive i«i6i4graildii;perhaps a greater drawback has existed-in ihotVaiit ol- chtap transit from the prints of arrival to the ?places Avher^ in migrants tire dented, end tthete they are mueli required. When our countrymen arrive ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SEPARATION DELUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

THE SEPARATION DE/.USION. Dr. Wehl, J P., has favoured us with a copy of Che official answ er which has been received from His Excellency Sir Dominic "Daly, in acknowledgment of the Ami Separation Memorial, which was trans mitted from The Mount some time ago. We (bay remark, for the information of the curious in autographs, that the signature of Sir Domioic is ill a .fine bold legible haqd, and1 if any inference can be drawn from it, we arould predicate him to be a man of decision. lit is to the following purport: Government Honse, Adelaide, May 24th, 1862. Gentlemen~It affords me no slight gratification to find by the numerous and influential signatures attached to your memo rial, that so largo and respectable a body of residents in the South"Eastern District of this province tire unanimous in testifying their love for their adopted land, and their satisfaction with its government, by record* ing their decided objection to the proposed scheme for separating that district from South...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BENEVOLENT ASYLU. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

BENEV^INT ASYLUM, . .?<J "X. The necessity for a Kenevolent" Asylum 03 The Monut becomes every day more pain fully apparent. Men travelling in -st arch of work frequently atri*e here^'penuiless. and if they become ill, they hnve no home, unless the humanity of lit* proprietor of ttoirie one of our boarding-houses constrains him to give shelter to (tie otherwise house, lew invalid, Buttbia state of things is impolitic as well ft* unjustbecause a boarding-house kreper who shelter# a penni-. less sick man does so at the risk ot his business in" fact of Ilia very living ; f0r individuals, however naturally humare, do not iik« to go and lodge in a boarding bou5e, in which there is sickness, not knowo g wheihsr or not it may be hifeilious. Again, a BenevoIentAsylurawould be a chcck on cases of imposture. A few weeks ago an individual arrived at The Mount, who played upon the benevolent feelings i f the inhabitants. He represented himself as Hiftering under a painful disease, an...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

NbtlCE. The BORDER WATCH ^OFFICE is now REMOVED to the n ew Premises, near the Residence of Dr. Graham.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

THE GREAT LAKES op MOUNT Gam BlER.~Durin^ llie la3t two ortliree weeks we have had aimostcontinuous heavy -raiii on The Mount; and the natural conse quence hasensued. Our road a have been redueed.to a condition worseihanihpy were* la^i winter-bad as they were then. This, is partly owing to the increased amount of building which isgoing.ojn, and the ronse« ^qaent increase ."in" the amouut<of heavy - traffic whirh has td travel along onr main road* But be the cause what it." may, it j;oipt8 significiuulycjo it:©- frct.ithflt wd ur. :^gen0^ ^ efficicnv^DisTBiCT. Covjxa wny«. . It Beerns sc'ar/.e'y.pdiftibrW io imagine the fact# were -itriot so";gaijiiillly - aqd V petl> pably demonstrated to our ^ cNdehbtani). IKQS '' as well as our head?,.- that human beings could live and congregate; together, and submit to, such an amount ^ of liquid misery and inexpressible mud. fa we; write, we have some hope tliaf - the New MOON will do soraetiiing for us, if the snb« Innary Governm...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND Markets Border Watch Office, Thusday, May 29 [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

COMMERCIAL '. >' ; ' AND , ; M a r k e t Border Watch Officei * Thuiediiv, May 29 Commercial news from England report unfaYOurabiy of the corn markets there, the . : quotations in Mark Lane haying declined, in consequence of the deteriorated condition of th<T wh6at,attd other gmiti, from a wet :-'i..."harvest. *. . SW£tnents;;boweVer; are Ning made of ' CereaWto England, from Adelaide, Me!« . ;*b<ittrneit'iind.;.N'ew Zealand. Btutheexpor" ;'lation%''!froiii''?Adelftide are on a limited ????; scale. \ Adelaide vvheat is quoted at from 4i. to ; 4a. 4d. j .and the,nominal |>rice of flonr re tnains at from £10 to £10 los. ??' Similar prices are quoted at Melbourne, : ; but at these there has been a lair steady V % trade, with a tendency to firmness in cur * : ren^rst^C " * - . ...*.*. In Victoria, two millions of acres of for* -JTeited runs have been sold ai Auction, many at £8 per cent, over upset pri&:8» Thabiddi ng was spirited. At Warruambool, Pot...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

..Biidle^ Whip*VSpursv Saddlecloths j ,, . Side Saddles, Martingal?,L8&.^&c.i &c. . A. 3. hope?. by charging Moderate Prices, '^pa^pnrictuaUiy in pxccutipg-o.Vders for New ^^w|tlor Repairs^to merTt^ehare of public ? i..." I*!1f--. ' 29 tc -?'' mi ll Trii OMPS ON & Co., Stock and Commission Ag^ntSj P*nola» - i Agent at MonntGaitibier, W". Harrald. Fui and Store shuep aud Cattle of eve/y description for Stote.' W» c tt ° u ° " \ " Actionem and Co ntnission . Appnt. I fWHO L E S A L E A N D IiE T A 1 L iv"V GENERAL, 8$Ot?E. * droceiies, Draperv, lr(mtiiongjery, Saddlcr)',; »;.. . i . SALE OR TO I^T^A fjourV rdSfoedStoneHouse,withan acre of - : Garden Ground, securely fenced, situated on - the brow of the iiSU above^Uie Pjreshyt?rian. Chutch.: " To capitalists desirous of it his , presnruaaaopportunity but rarely^to-bejiiifCC j with. For particulars apply at thtfoffice «f i v^Uhi* or to '' * -T-;. '1 ; . i; J OHM LIVINGSTON, ^ «. Car ra turn i * }Monn(vGa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

VICTORIA STEAMMILL8. ' Fine Flour, per ton ? Pollard, do,/ f- - »» per bushel Bran.perton ". pfijr.bJsbe.l .. £1! 10 0 .. 5 0 0 ... 0 1 8 .. 4 0 0 .. 0 1 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOU[?]NT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

MOU NT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine flour, per ton Pollard, per ion Bran,4 do., Oatfl, per bushel Barley

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 May 1862

ft J, VALEN^NEi . ? X<£*../ Stock arid Commission Agent, ,- <> PenojarandMosquito Plains. - ji-.x*'V.:> : P . ' Auctioneer and Commission Agen', . MountGainbier. FO>R SALE. SHEEP Station near Portland, with 4000 " sheep; Station without stock, capable of. carry** ing 10,000 sheep* . - . Three Cattle Stations in New South Wales Sutton in New Sooth Wales with 10,000 eheep-desirable inves'merit. Station with 8,000 sheep in-Victoria About 400' head splendid store Cattle, . half spayed ccws 2,000 EighMOoth wethers, half fat 6,000 full mouthed ewes . 1600 4 and 5 year old Ewes in Lamb ~ 1800 3 and 4 yearjold Wethers For farther particulars apply to C. J. VALENTINE, Stork and Commission Agent. Penola and Mosquito Plains.. Or C. G; DOU^GHiY," V/ Mount 1/am bier. FTHiSALE. '.S *:.'" AN acre- of^Land, fenced, with a neat Four Roomed Verandah Cottage, kit chen, pantry, and office detached, with a good well in the test business situation in Tov, nship of Ki&am...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREAT POST OFFICE ROBBERY IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 June 1862

GREAT POST OFFICE ROBBERY IN LONDON. - Considerable excitement has been created «n London by the..discovery of an^sx tensive PostJOffice robbery. It kwas the robbery of a registered^ letter, containing notes and cheques of the' value, it Is reported, of £5,000, the whole of which has" been re> alised in fold at the Bank uf Eoglahd. On Friday, the 7th of March, a letter Was re gistered atWaterford, addressed to Messrs,. Leaf and Co.* old - Change, London, and duly;for.wardedtQ^themetropoli8. It.is knotvnjo haveaafely reached St. Martin's le-Granj3,.as.-the anthori'ie| have' adopt ed ia plau^of reqmring ^^postmen to; sign a rer cfcipt when registered /letters aje banJed -oyer ioihj^ forVl^liveryi' to,,the parties to. whom ibey are addressed. On the occasion in question lite .clerk of ihe registered letter department called the: postman by name to f the pigeon hole of the office. 'Somebody answered, who, at the time, was believed to be ths proper person, and after ''signing the usua...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 June 1862

STEAM BETWEEN PORTADBLAIDK GUICHBW BAY Aim MAGOOII NEfcL BAY. -' NOTICE. U K a NO iho folio win j monrtt th» tteexec tHyPjkjPried«rick Kteiwwin/CGrataai.der, iVillsaiibetween the above Porta as uudsr, viz. ir From Port Adelaide-On Monday, March 10;. Monday* March i-ith j. Monday, April 7th;: Monday, "April Slat; Monday, May 5tli; Monday, Ma/ 19th; Moa day, June 2nd; Monday, June 16thr Monday, June 80ih. From "MocdonntU Boy.*-OaTburtdajp Marti 13th: Thuriday, March 27th; Thurs day, April lOth;Thar*aay,Apn; 24:hr TtiuruiftT, May8lh;. Thursday, May* tSad; Tnaradey, Jane 5ih\: Thuuder. June lftth. From Guichtn Bay-Ott Friday,, March 14th. Friday; March 28t'»; Frid*y, April I lib, ..JPriday, Aprll^Sth; F»iday, May Okh ; Friday, May25sd; Friday. Jut* (Mi Friday, Jona iWlh^% : V w Weather perralitiHf, * Ageute !>V. YoustQUUaaAJip, Jan.and Co., Adelaide. O bm saooaad Co.:> Gulden. Bay.' £.FftSMca,MacdoDQ^r£Uy' /' G H. SPRINGER, Bake* Paairy . Cookv&c., (Neit-:l>oo0:^ut One ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICES.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 June 1862

: CURRENT PRICES.-Thursday. .il^firUeat may tw quoted at ' ; front .«.........;...... 3s. to 3s. 3d. ^ Do. at Macdonnell Bay 3a. Od to 3s. 4d. Oais, (in demand) ......... 5s. to 6a. .« Potatoestopw) .. £2 iOs, to £3, ' D®«' = «i dull of s&lc.* Bauer (?eiry fierce) !s. 4d to Is.8d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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