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GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDAR. ' JUNE. ; ; : KITCHBN.JLJAEDEN. Continue treriching raulcliing, manuring, pressing down light soil, that have" been so wn on-forking and trenchs ing with vigour'. Plant, thin, and earth up R crops Earth up advanced crops of celery.. Sow broad beans for early crop, the early hi rn carrot, cauliflower, leeks, lettuce, and onions, peas, full crops,.radishes, and spinach.', Plant - ;, garlic and shallots, horse-radish, r.hubarb, and seakale, as last month ; also cabbages, cia.uli- ' flqvfers, onions, .strawberries, and artichokes. Remove and transplant ffuit trees. ? FLOWJIH. GTARDEN.-Persevere in keeping, clean and neat all parts of the garden and con-, tinue improving, sowing grass-seeds, hedge seeds,. &c., a§ directed Jast month. Trans plant'freely Propaaaiion by cu.tings must . be concluded thismonth. Thfn out annuals. Finish planting'flowering bulbs. Loosen the surface about trailing plants. Plant climbers," Dress dahlias* and propagate fus...
THE CATTLE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
. - > Jl . THE CATTLE DISEASE. IT would appear that, as if/W of the drawbacks under which tins; district is raftering, it has the prospect of being visited by the formidable malady £nown by fetiame of Pleuropneumonia. ^We wish to dmw the attention of squatters §nd far mers to'th is important subject, in order that steps may be taken to prepare to meet the disease when it comes, and, if possible,, to prevent the .-spread of ',it. ,.,It is above all things necessary to take time by the forelock in this case, because,: when the disease has i once made its appeaTance. there may be no j | time to procure legislation on the subject before au immense amount oPproperfy has been swept away and many poor people ruined; We know that many are averse I to having recourse to "legislation on such a I matter ; as if it were an interference with private rights, and a tempering whh the liberty of the snbject. . But they must re I member that there are many caws in which the rights of individuals m...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
NEW ZEALAND. We take the following telegraphic news from the " Argus " of Monday » ' Sydney, Saturday , 3 p.m. ; The mail steamer from . Nelson, llth in#t" brings important news. A renewal of hostili ties is stated to be inevitable. In both north and'South the natives - are making active pre p .rations for an onslaught on.the.military forces now concentrated iL. and about Auckland. for some time past, in spite of the arrival of fresh troops, the precaution# taken have be« come more and more stringent, and the pre* parations to resist an attack more extensive and complete. ^ It is reported that Europeans who have hitherto been living quietly among the natives of the Lower Waikato have been !warnfd by them thaj^it.will be as well for them to leave, as they can protect thedi no longer. By late advices from the Coroman^el and Thames districts &lt;*e learn that a great deal of excitement .prevails amongst .the natives in the nonh, who are in constant correspondence with' Win. Tho...
POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. May 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. May Slsl John Green, for be'ng drunk and disor« -derly. Second offence. Fined £l. Patrick alias John Farrell, /or deserting his wife and chi'd, forwarded through the cou,t£l& to brinrr ixis wife and child to Mt. Gambler. - - Adam ^ampljell Morrison, for assaulting * Thos. Jackson* Fined £1. Costs divided. John Macdonnell answered his bail for being drunk and disorderly at Macdonnell Bay on the 28ih May. Fined 5«. Junt 1st. r . John McMahon, for being drunk and disorderly on the public'streets. Fined 5s.
THE ROT IN SHEEP. [From the article on "Sheep," by the late John Ellman, Esq. in Baxter's Library of Agricultural Knowledge. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
THE ROT IN SHEEP. [From the article on "Sheep,'' by. the late John Ellraan, Esq. in Baxter's Library of : Agricultural Knowledge. : J | A great difference of opinion pievuiis respecting the nature of this disease, but 1 am inclined to believe it: is* produced by the sheep feeding on wet pastures during the months of June, July, -August, September, and October; when, if one night's bard frost occurs, accompanied with snow, it des troys whatever causes the disease. The ravages made among sheep during the .last jtWo-.or.-ibree-yearsj.onght to be a^sufficient inducement for , every jflocktnaster. to en deavour to 'discover the cause of this disease. ? '.v- , It is more%ea9y to prevent rthan to cure, and with respect to tberot, 1 believe here is 110 remedy; it" may, however, be arrested in its progress forashort period,but it must ultimately destroy the animal. The. supposition-that a ewe will not take the rot while suckling her lamb, is altogether erroneous;.and I believe that any ewe s...
PENOLA LOCAL COURT. From our own Correspondent. Saturday, June 1st, 1861. Present—G. B. Scott, Esq, Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
\ PENOLA LOCAL COURT. From otir own Correspondent. Saturday, June l>t, 1861. Present-G. B. Seoul E?q, Police 'MaaUlrate. . ' An old offender at this court was brought "up;'again, charged whh drunken ness and disorderly behavionr. The name of the party is Mrs. Twiu'g, and: as usual she was fined £1 and discharged. Monday, June 3rd." , Present G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M A party named. Wm^Hiryey was charged by trooper G. Plunket with being drunk in the public streets, ' - * The defendant pleaded guilty and it be ing his first offence was fined 6s. Tuesday, June 4th," Present :--G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M., (chair man) and ,EI. E Wells. E«q , J.P. Neil McKinnon v. D. McKinnori. This was an action brought under the Masters and Servants' Act to recover the sum of £18 for wages due to plaintiffs son, (George McKinnon.) ,: . His case was of- a very complicatej na ture, several witnesses being examinedbut . by the, evidence .it appeared that plaintiff was engaged by defendant, together with ' his...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
...'. AGRICULTURE. , The well-known agricultural chemists, Mr/ J. B.' Lawes and Dr. J. ^.Gilbert, have conducted un extensile series of expe» rimenia; with a view to determine *. ihe;pro portions audrejalive development of the different organs or parts, of fattening ..animal?; their chemical composition ; and the probable composition of their increase during the feeding* process.v N&lt;\t many .years ago it -was generally considered by scientific men that nitrogenous ,food was ? better fitted.-than uon-nitrogenous for fat* tening aniinalsi Latterly, however, experi ence and cljejnicul research have shown that, althoug^ perhaps better fitted for growiug animals, and for those used in laboup, such the .hori.e and the working bullock, the.former are not: so suitable as jhe latter for. preparing those destined for the shambles. The details aiid results of the Experiments of- Messrs. Lawcs and Gilbert are given at great length in an epiriments of Messrs.JLawes and Gilbert are giv...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
! General News. ' ' . ?' V' - r- a/ ' ? . ' ' SEPARATiON.-^The petition for Separd- ' tion to her Majesty for self government is n,ow" nearly/completed. It is lengthy flocunreht/occupyiag'^ sides of'foolscap." It commences with an early history of New South. Wales, and . traces" : the rise and profess of its agriculture, and 'j pastoral pursuits, ekhibitin'g in 1 plain language the value of the flatter to the - colony, tested by the steady increase in the "export of wooV tallow, hides, &c. The old and\oew systems of government of; the colony are referred to at lengt]},. and some severe blotvs are dealt at Responsible Gov*« eminent as adiulnstered in 'New South Wales. : The ,undue -preponderance of po lilic&l power given to number oar property is .also condemned. The indifference and : neglect on the part of past Governments of the interests of \he interests,of the people of: tbeinterior is put; forth. The large sums of public money spent in Sydney and the suburbs are...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
gOtfTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. . : f ^A FLOUR, GRAIN. &C. Flour,' fine, per, ton cf 2,000 lbs., at the Port, , bags included £15 15 0 16 10 0 Wheat, in town 0 6 7. 0 0 0 Wheat, at the port, 'for- * 1,000 bushel-ots, with- . J , 0Utbag3....y....... - O-6 10 -00.6 Bran,-per; bushel *of 20 A , . ,;.lbs. at the Port,.bags - ' mcludcd- ,.%«.»t*«».t« 0. X.tO... *0 l.-*,1! ' Pollard^ per bushel of 20 ? * v . , lbs.; 0 t: 2 ' 0 1 4 Hay,per'fon ..." 2 15 Q 3 5 0 Do pressed, at the Por>, . - per ton "at'**- 4 10 0 4 15 '3 .Oats, Cape, per bushel of 401 bs., without bags 0 3 0 0 3 0 Do., fine white, per bu shel of 40 lbs., without : "bagB * O ~4 6 0 3 6 Parley, Cape, per bushel ^ of501 bp.,withoutbgs. 0 4 0- O S- 0 Barley, - ^English, fine, .J - - per bushel of 50 lbs ( ? ^ " * without bags.Y^. .71. d^>9: 0 0 10' 0*, , Walt, per bushel...... -"'nomin.il.,,.
Correspondence. PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAMBIER. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
Correspondence. PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAM BIER. CTo the Editor o f the Border Watch.) . JSir-As a stranger, quite recently arrived at Mount Garabierl ; I have been struck by-tbe visible signs of progress wbir.b the Mount is making. On my way bere, I slopped at the Dartmoor Hotel-a fine v builring, of which the landlord is Mr. MekJay-and here I first saw the *. Border Watch." .This impressed me favourably, for there is always life in., a Locality which can support its own loc*l newspaper^ h About five or six miles from the Mount; on the Portland road, I stopped at the house of an acquaintance, Mr. Hartshorn, and here I -learned that in that locality they were moving -or.eanother for tbe erection of a B^hoolhouse, and providing for the mainten ance of'a schoolmaster, to model the some what rough-hewn little urchins of both fcexes, whom I saw running and tumbling about. 'ButI was more distinctly, impressed with the evidenc* s of pro&lt;ireAs when 1 reached the Mount itself. Several...
THE DEBATE IN THE FRENCH SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
THE DEBATE IN THE FRENCH : SENATE. . . Tlie following is aiyjxtract from this speech of prince. Napoleon, on tbe occasion of the recent debate in the French Senate: , " V Prince" de Metternich formerly said that the utility of Italy could,on]y be ageojraphi- . cal expression, and yet six years have scarcely elapsed since that Prince^ >he i .reconcileable enemy ot France, has been in hi9 toml*,and Austria may be asked, ' Where are. you ? You are.neither aV Venice wi«h the Italians, nor at Pestli "with the Huugarians, .nor at Prague, nor at Cracow ; "you are only tlitre with your muskets and your soldiers.' ' It now remairs to examine whether Itali«rt! unity, which is the only good solution, is not the only " possible one. It is necessary, I am convinced that^mepace would not be sufficient, and that force must be employed.' Look for a moment at the'mad and absurd hj po thesis of an armed intervention iniltaly-you will have against you the Italians, and next .England. "And how would...
BORDER WATCH, THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 7TH 1861. THE SEPARATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
Published every Friday morning . FRIDAY, JUNE 7T,H 1861. THE SEPA RATION QUESflON. - MOST of our leaders are by this lime aware Of the agitation lately raised among oiir friends the other s-ide of ihe Border, t»fuch~ in«> lbs foiri alion of a new province*, intended tb embrace the western half df'Victoria and the South E8Mern District of Soutli - Aus tralia ; for several interesting letters on the subject have already appeared in our col umns. Upon .the whole, jve incline to tbe opinion ofnhe latest correspondent expressed in last week's number. ' We are extremely sorry to appear to throw cold water on a movement which in many respects has our cordial sympathy; but we bav^ .several reasons lor' declining, at least (or the p«e« sent, to join in that movement. We , are perfectly convinced that the Srounds on which a separation from Mel bourne on tbe one hand, and from Adelaide : on the other is. urged, are * justi.a.nd valid. The evil of centralization, an .evil?..which, we were ac...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
Local Intelligence. SALS op Station--We hear on reliable authority that* that s ation in the Portland district,' known las Tulloph, 'together .with 4000 sheep, late the properly of Mr* Fletcher, has been-purchased by. a Mr. fiarnott.^ The : figure realizeJ wii; Vsj.be- ? lieve, £3003. * Death at THIS Mount GA&ibibk RESTA.URAST;-^A . m n named' Wiliiun* Smiih, who had been-a shepherd ai L&lt;»ri mer's station, came about six week* ago, 'to lodge at the Mount Gambler Boardiug House, kept by John Allen.1 lie .was taken ill, and during his il'uess nothing could exceed the kindness and attentioniptf l. Mr. and Mrs. All^n to one who was ,a«*eri*. ? tire stranger 10'them. He was attended by Dr. Graham, but from the .first, there. Was JUtle hope of his recovery.' He died on:Thursday \morning about 4 'oV-lock. Hii age wai about 51.V -Some of the lodg ers in the bon e subscribed to defray the expense of a * coffin for the d ece i'sed : but the chief burden of attending him-dur...
RIFLE CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
RIFLE CLUB" MEETING. ? A mse'.iug of members and others friendly to the formation of a Rifle Club, wa? held on Monday lust, at the Momit Gambier Hotel, for ihe purpose of framing rules and arranging preliminaries. Mr. E. J. Wilson was unanimously elected chairman, &lt; Proposed by Mr. W. Claike, seconded by Mr. Hein»'nnnn-fhat yJ. C. Lyon, Esq., SiM.t bj requested to act as President,. Canied unanimously. Proposed by Mr. T. W. JSurcharn, secoa^ed by Mr. James Wilson-i'lmt Mr. Horrold be requested to act as Treasurer to the Club. Carried unanimously. -Proposed by Mri W. Clarke, seconded ,by Mr, Andrews-That Mr. E; JivVYilaon be requested to act as Secretary to the! Club- > Carried un»uimou?ly. , - Proposed by* Mr. Audreys, seconded by , Mr. Heinemann-That a Committee be; formed for the purpose of framing laws, &e., ' for the -(tuiddOce of the Clu»; 'Carried ; unanimously. ^ t "The followiug' resolutions were. aWo adopted.,:- ' - ls|. That Messrs. Grosser, Andrews/ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
jarrri ^&lt;i r. - - 1 - x v. .-???.? ?_???? ?? ; - ,'The Herald iiv Adelaide telegrams says: I'' '? Adelaide, 27th M«.y. Markets quiet. ? Flour 15f't0S to l6l os per ion; wh«at at the Port. b]6ir9d per bushel; in the town 6s, 6d; vMr. ifeWithridgejithe chief writer upon the Register, j died.pn Sunday of pleuiisy. ?9ih May. 'Mr/ ^/v^hitridge^late ofrlieReg'sler, was buried to , dfiy." About one hundred persons were present. Parliament is engaged in local legislation ' r ' Chinese cHme and Chinese; perjury are now .alarmingly on the increase inBallarar. rWithin /the test two days no less than thir. J teijn -Chinese have been before the magis traces -at the Police Court on charges of ^robbeiy* ;Of..the eighteen prisonets, for ttial, ,at the ;,(5eneral StssibnB, wliich coranience ' "to day/six are Chinese, Yesterday, at the '^Bbtice court, two more brought a charge of ^liobl>c'y'6g(i'osl two of their own country men ' ^lioni they swore had lcno.cked , down and fobbed one of ...