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FUGITIVE THOUGHTS ON MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

' F ITGIE ]TH 6tf&H TS 0 N -We were conversing, ene day last week, with several men who hid-Bobe to Mount Gambier in'..'search''of employment* One. of them, an Englishman, railed bitterly! a^klq.^tV^jiist^iift. generally.: He had. ira veiled over a. va«t extent of country, he said, 03ly getting a casual job here- and ]? tber*» Just as mach--and ofteu not1- nearly as much^-asf wculd keep ' sou! arid body; "tb?< igether; Whereas, if lie were' once bark i'ii" England again; he would get work, let birai 1 go where he liked^ay, and comfort switb it. " Now/'said he, ;'' what is thisi.MpnntV. Gambler that there is ^o rauclivialb'about; as a rapidly rising place? Why, it is £ huge watering pot, an ocean of mud ! -it wants an umbrella drawn over 'the entire Moutat, and r- mud'sledge drawn by don» keys tb move aboat in. I went into Soutb's on Saturday, but nobody asked me if I Hid a mouth, i»r wanted" a job--yet there did not seem to be any lack of money amongst those who w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Latest Intelligence. PORT MACDONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

Latest IutelU^eiuse. r,i* , -fc "HH ; ' ?{0*T ^CDQKft£2&p"<3 In .the House ofAsfiembly/atAdelHidp, 0n July t7ihj Mr. Towtiiend movedmCdtimutee -u Tjiat aa add rest bef ' cellency. the rGbveraoriin-Ghief, ^rai^inghis. Excellency 10 cauie-totte mates.for 186L-2 the sum otr £L0(^ fu> lh« extension end .planking; of . tW J«fjf' ai ror't Macdo»tiell,and improTem^ntSm.that harlKHiri'.^Garirie^"V v- "*u ?:'? ^P09TAB4JO^lMC^rp^? Mr ;Milne h»o«ed-^-" That" ib'»i"Houtfe^wiU, on Friday, 19th' Juiy, resolveitself JtotojaConi mUtee of> the.wHblft for the 'purpose bOon*' sideriag itha odsioii-Th«t aa I avfdvei sbjj pre . seoted t i: HisExcellency the' (foVefrier'in CbieftprayingiUis £*celiehcytoc*u&t£be plAcedonJIie^EitiinatdTfor: l86l-2'tfic'Auin of' JEl>JOO,-forthe purposeofpr6vidih£&'ddi~ tional postal coranaunieati&h'' between ;the District of Vicloria and Adelaide, by means of a bi"weekly mail bywbeeled-vehtcies."-* . Tbe hon. member remark...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

Fine Flour, per ton .. , **6 ..P. ® . v .Bran, per'btish'el ' *.. 0 ll 6 l'pllerdi do, .. ®' _V 9 do. -bybftH Ion lot per bushel. 0 1. 6 . «hv Oats " 'do. ~ .. 0 5,-0' ? it >Bari^yvi't! ? do. .. ... *(v Charges to? crushing Is, per busneK

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS AND TOPICS OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

' NEWS AND TOPICS OF GENER AL INTEREST. The following, compiled for the columns . of ** The Border Watch,'* is simply a gathering together of various subjects from a various quarters, and trray be considered as .: a combination of amusement with' instruc tion.' And the readers of the " Border v v Watch-" may rest assured, that if they were" carefully to peruse and to .digest all that" appears, even iu our limited space, (hey ,\w«rid not pass through life iguorant of what is passing around them EMIGRATION^asd IMMIGRATION. The subject, of Emigration and Immi gration is once more reviving, in the-public j - mind.- Our readers may require-.to'be ie-i . minded that'" Emigration ".signifiesgoing , *out^.,of a country, and "Immigration" coming 'into* a country. Itseetns that thp . * ^Government of "VictoriaHiaid - dowu" a~ scale, in accordance with which- parties applying - for passage wart ants paid'towards the cost, ". of pataageof the various ages and sexes, as foilowa:- . . Under 12 J2...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

Si arkets. . ".-.?V - .r<\ CAMBIER STEAM j y7 ^ . v- s. d i per buslivl 0^5 "Oj Fi]oeMoar,:|>er toitjr ... ..- 16 «!0/. 0?; \^bll^rd, jj^jr. t)uslj^^5 ^ ^... o^fS<h <>t <do* "jjbr[io)i 4 i « {- i 7 t>'0/ waDg _i yilo.^' % |" ?0 t\;3 (%b/0BT bushel' J .. 0 &'. 6 ig Batle>\ ' '.. ' ..'. 0 5 0 * .Crushed do. ... .. 0 . 6 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOUESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, & C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

SO U HI A tJSTJ&A LIAN Pft'OE)U6e, i j 1 ^WliOLESAjliE: - ^ j' : : .'!- , Fi-ouR,: fliii'jii &c. Flour, finej per .ton.rf - - i "S,C00 lbi.,.8t the Port, . 0 .bags Included ......£15 0. 0.; 15 15 .. Whear,,Jihv town '.1; 0 6 4 6 5 "Wheat, at11fee port,-for 1,000 bushel'ots, wi-li-' ' _ out bags. ... 0 6 8 0' 0 " Jlrati) peir« J}uskel of 20 V, lbs* t at the POK, ;bags \ ..^included ' 0 1 O'1 0* 1 Fojlard, per bushel of 20 . ' Vllbs* $ mm m 0( 1' 4i ./P. ^ ^ 'Hay, pferVon\wk..- ...... 3. .0 0 S 10. 0 'Do-*,* pressed, at.th'c Port, - peirjtori .ti..4 5 0 50 0 0ats|Cape, per bushel » J of40lbs., without bags ' 0' /iJ''0"' 0 3* 3 v D_o.i fine white, per hu- ' ~ : ' shel of 40 lb?<f.without ',;JL ^ bags -0-. 4j.3. iOS.4 9 Barlfe)^ CapeVper bushel of50lb».^ilKdtiibgj. , 0;;;4?i-O,vO 50 Barlefjrt£oglish( fine, per bushel-of £q~lbi, ' . ?without bags.:'.'.;:... 0 p Oj,. P. 10 0 Malt, per btishef; Ji'..'.' 7 0%" 0 8 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. INTEMPERANCE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

©oriespoiid^ncel To (he Editor of the Border Watch. I. Sir--Ik,the synop&is ;of; Dr.'Barclay's pam phlet, given in your last issue, there, is a state-. ment ( which" I cannot allow' to pass without comment.-.f :> .<> :D\. I. In the concluding sentence, it is jmttenj: '* The Sunday excursion, train,* or even the Sunday lectuve, or^yhaps. th^ Sunday band, is not th^^t^^o^we/fflfi-Aop; and we are not disposed W forget'that if Scotland is the most & abb atarian a ndCal vinistic coutitry upon earth,i ts* town population at least are the. fiiost drunken of ara^ar^te/' ; I'feeVir to "he m^nounden duty,,ifi be half of the church:atiacountry to which I have the honor to belong, and which I consider'to be here-, gro^glyicalummatedv to challehge'ihe accuracy of the above statement, and to .obviate the. impression which it is calculateid to1 'pro duce on the public mind. >" . I have to remind your readers that Dr. Barclay here brings an accusation. againsfc '...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JULY 26TH, 1861. PROGRESS OF LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JULY 26TH, 1861. WHK^a^clni^ an ;inVancJ district first standi % ytlie;sea shore and Watches ibe tide cJS'o«iDg ra| be does not for borne time realize^Sg/progress-- tberp is apparently . onlyiaD;^raii'ce ;of . the wave, and its retreat . to its^jormer. poshion.' By tfggreea. how* . ever, the truth forces itself onhis attention. He discoyeYsJtljiat. each flow in advance is -.farther' than the one-in- retreat, and .that the ~ Sea is tnaiing a decidii dencrouchmeiit on the dry strand.. . It has been nearly, the ^sarae" with the nations of the earth in ttfeir - effortato obtiiin-coiiSlitUtfcm^' freedcjm, the -<uily true freedom , To, .one looking upon tKe ,g6;j6as bri'of tlje human1 Tace from a stand point embraciog tne view, rif a; few,, generations' Quly,tliere;* appears: to beto# pwgre88,;.U,aeefn8 a«ir human7 affairs pro-, -ceed in afcircle--ns'if, after making'a rapid a^vahce, they.;cpme bnck'exactlv tQ tbe.point t whence* th*y s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861

Genera! Business, V'npEE * BOfeDER WATCH?' is published every Friday morning at 10 o'clock. - }SUBSCRIPTION:-r Jte the quarter, paid in advance .. £0 8 0 /7T^".''T3Rm8 op 'AdVbrtisinq: r"VinlS lines or inch of space £0 8 0 """ Every additional lino " .. ... 0 0 2 0,« Adyier:O$ement8 under8 lines,1 .. 0 3 0 ' ; Discount ojaadyer iisements ordered ~ - -for 3 months , , ." , 26 per cent. Ditto,for six ltacnths... 60 per cent. Shipping advertisements, each > ... -0 4 0. 1 ^dtertiseinents' for Business Dirpc tory, per annum .. '.10 0 Advertisements inserted /.over the "" s,i\ "leader are charged- . '* First5lines,. m 0 5 0 ,! Each additignal line - . 0 1 0 ; /'It is requested that advertisements*' to secure. ' '1 clheir ibsertion,be sentin asearly as possible, and . at - the latest . not-: latec than! 5 o'clock on);! ? Thorailay ereningi-^Orderslor the alteration or " , *' " withdrawal of admtisementemu8t,beinwriting, ir' anil sent in not Jatertban 2 o'clockonthe ~l! Wednesday precedi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

General News. Influenoe OF GOLD UPON STOCK AN? SQUATTING PROP but*.-One of the evil consequences of the discovery of gold wa8 an unnatural rise in the market value of a*V-' kinds of squatting property. Although the rise was general all over the colonies, it was naturally areatest in Victoria The fall) therefore, that his taken place consequent upon the return to more legitimate prices of live-stock has beeti greater and more severely felt here than in the othlr colonies. This reason might account for our graziers showing less spirit In laying out money to improve tlmr .herds. The existence of pleuro-pneumouia will a'so have a tendency to prevent some from purchasing who would otherwise have been likely to ti d good prices. IMPROVEMENT op . STUCK.-Improve* meat in stock, as ;n everything else, requires time; and uuless. graziers have a reasonable prospect of being allowed to continue in possession of their runs until that improve ment, becomes apparent, it is not likely that' they; w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LABOUR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

THE LABCHJR QUESTION The following article we extract from the " Observer i'' v Sir-The agriculturists of the colony are under very great obligations; to yuur corre spondent '' Young Australia" for demon strating so conclusively that the cost of, labour fcr raising a bushel of wheat is rndcr 5 J. The process is so easy, too. Having 20 acres of land fenced, cleared, and quite ready for tillage, ihe farmer engages a good ploughman at £l per week,.who is to find himself in board and lodging out of thai . then, having already two teams of horses or bullocks, the farmer , and his man go to work sharp. Ploughing oyer, master and man go to sowing ; and then, two sets of harrows being ready, fall to harrowing, &c. Com in, ploughman is discharged forthwith, not having been paid a_ fraction for one or two wet - days when the work could not be gone on with, but is told to hold himself iti readiness to come on again at the same rat? a? soon as harvest begins. Farmer himself having now n...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2ND, 1861. OUR ROAD., [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

' k r Pullisjied every Friday mopiing. >. ^ FRIDAY, AUGUST 2hd, 1861. : OTJR ROADS, xTheii'b appears to be songdEHscpnception pnd josisuuderstandibg abroaSKn the subject of , yoad?ma{iirig'. Those who are familiar with the working of Spilth Australian government * say ', that the mending of the main roads is tlie. ~ business of the Government alone, while the flatter'seems, inclined to the opinion that it is the business of "a1 District Council. If it is v-Teally; Ith^ business of. the Government, its... neglect of jlnty at Iklount Gambler is without a par&llel^ while, if if; is the. busipess of the inhabitants, ijiemselyes-t# repair -the roads, with-such assistance as is usually given by Government, .their apathy in allowing the present' scandalouaconclition of our main street to continue is most reprehensible. WhyshQuld not the business mien of the £6wn and neigh bourhood" meet aiid consider what can be done in the meantime to piit these roads into a passr able'state. I...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TEMPERANCE AND IN TEMPERANCE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

TEMPERANCE AND IN TEMPER ANCE. To the JEditor of - ihe Border Watch. Sir-" Audi alterem, partem * says the writer of the article on " temperance and interoperauce,'' in last week's paper. Al though I think bis-side of the question has been heard lot<g enough and that to some effect, and it 13 but just and high time that ihe other side, viz-., the teetotal side was heard too,. ? The total abstaining voice is weak, very weak, whsj compared to that of the drinking and moderate drinking ?.< systems. There, prejudice takes-the plactr of reason, and an article in favor of moderate drinking, let it be ever so inconsistent, would he lauded to the skies,: while an article in favor of leetotalism would be loorktd upon with contempt* The writer of the article on * temperance and intemperance' .quotes from one Dr. Barclay, and goes ou in a round about way to say that without spirituous liquors in tno- , deration ihe; consumption of food would be greater* A got d argument t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

Correspondence. . To (he Editor,of Vie Border Watch. " Sir-la your notice to correspondents we see that you have received a letteiy complain ing of the . non-attendance of the magistrates at our Court House, and loss of time thereby ... occasioned. Now, sir,- it is well-known that oor Stipendiary'Al agist'ate, JV;r- JV C. Lyon, attends irom three to four times during the week at the Court House, and thatthe Clerk is there in attendance ve very morning from ten to two o'clock.] Moreover, either of us. may he had at any' time if there is any business going on, so that the complaint of your corre spondent must originate from other reasons | than loss of time occasioned by the non-attend ance of either the Magistrates or the Clerk at . the Court House. -,V-i Sv. (Signed) E. WEHLi^JP. J. UMPHEKSTONy J.P.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. TEMPERANCE AND INTEMPERANCE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

Correspondence. TEMPERANCE AN D INTEM PERANCE. To (he Editor of the Border Watch. Sir-f-Ip your last issue appeared an aiticle commenting on a pamphlet written by Dr. Barclay on the -subject of u Temperance and InlemperaDce,"' and as your columns are open for answers to this article, perhaps you »ill find space in your valuable journal for the few . remarks I am about to make. Dr,';Barclay says V that the use of stimu lants,, is most important to the human cco. nomy." But does it follow that because such is the case a man should take THOSE stimulants which canintoxica'e and stupifv -aye, and even brutalize man-ihose strong or alcoholic drinks ' which have sent so many of England's sons to an untimely grave-I hat , have broken so many wives' hearts*-that have " brought down with sorrow to the grave' the grey hairs of so many patents-that have created the neces* sity of using the gallows so . often-that have caused ^the demand for so many paols, lunatic and destitute asy lums, ragged ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEMPERANCE AND INTEMPERANCE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

TEMPERANCE AND. INI'fiMPER- * ""ANCE? To the Editor of "Vie Border. Watch. - In last/week's edi ion. of your-papery I observed' au aruele headed Temperance and Intemperance; commenting upon a pamphlet ' written by Dr. BarclayofLecicester* Bdfore attempting to refute the arguments'brought;' forward, I may ag' well sjfctevfbat whi'st bearing the stamp of plausibility* jthey are in reality so weak an ci - manifest ly ^proceeding from asensualand irreligious mind,"Its scarcely io be vor)h replying^, but however, I do W:V for two reaions^ the -.first is from 'lie defiant: tone of the introductory remarks inthe aril c!p,and secondly, because toere , it to remain unanswered, it would api ear that the Tee totallers of Mount Gambier were ei her afraid or incompetent to leply. / ! The first stattmeul made is. to this effect, that the use of stimulants is must 7impu»t,mt I Io 'the human etrgsjpiny'j kue: they are, but~ such as nature herself prompts to, namely the use. of wholesome and nutriti...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CROWN LANDS AND IMMIGRATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

CROWN LANDS ANO 1MM1GRATION. To.ihe Editor of the Border Waich. Sir-If you willgrant the a-praall space in jout useful paper to say a few words un the question of Grown Lfciid* and Iramigrat tor. you would greatly oblige- me. I would rema»k before going further, that it is not my intention in tbis letter to m.er intothe merits of_the preheat land legulatious, nor yet to enter in'.O: any discussion on the question- of immigration, but merely, >ir, »o give you some of tuy ideas on . ti &e two questions*' ; I have placed (hem side by sidf», as they appear to me to have *o close a~cqnuecti )ii with each other. As it is from the land that this colony derives all ii*T resource1®, con>i ing either in uiiue al, a<>itnal or vegetable productions, consequently it from the lands of the .colony being occupied and worked in a proper manner^ that ^he will continue .to pros ? - per, any law' which prevents the. laud from being/brought into use must have the effect of pr...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Treasury, Adelaide, May 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

NOTICE TO MARINERS. Treasury, Adelaide, Msy 30,1861. The following Notice to Mariners, frequent ing MacDonnell Bay, Cape Northumberland, is uub'ished for general information. T. REYNOLDS, Treasurer. Referring to the sailing directions for the above anchorage, da'ed the 9ih February, 1860, published by the late Trinity B lard. Masters of vessels frequenting MacDomjeli Bay, are again cautionod against remaining at anchor after tlie Blue and White Weather Fiag has been displayed from the Lighthouse Flag staff, the bottom of the harbor being of so ror a nature that the heaviest description of anchors in bad weather car.not be depended upon, ?? . VVhen the Head Keeprr of the MacODonnell Lighthouse deems * the Bay to be unsafe^a BJoe Flag willbe hoisted at the Flagstaff near the Lighthouse, to' warn vessels from entering the harbor. The same signal will be hoisted on the moorings being <$11 occupied, in which case vessels eneiing the Bay must anchor,- and s*hou!d be kept in suc...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

»«OUrif AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE; WHOLESALE. * PX.OUR, GRAIN, &C. ~ fine,-"per ion c f ' ? 2^)00 lb?., at the Port, ?- - 'ba'gs included ......£15 0 0 15 )5 ?Wlitati" ih town ....... 0 6 4 6 5 Wheat, &t the port, for l,0(K)'busheLot3, w»:h , outb'ngs..*0 6 8 0 0 Bran," per bushel of *20 lbs. jat the Port,' b^gs ''included- .......... 0 1 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 ' .Mbs 0 14 0 1 person" 3 0 0 3 10 Do, pressed, at the Port, fdn .Vv,. 4 5. 0 50 VOats^ Capej per bushel ££WiOifis..^without bags 0 3< 0 0 3 < DJJ.9 fin? wbitp, per bu -;X >Jhieloi 40 Jb's-i without ' l>ugs 0 4 3 0 4 ^:ii&'ffev}Ca|ie»per bu&hel r> ;S of'SUIby., Without bgs. 0 4.0 ,05 parley/JEhglish,, fine, *r" : !:-fpr -bushel o'f/$<Mb»-> ' - ' '.vkiibqui bftp.,. ^; ly. '0'< 9. 0 0 10 bushel;V...l \* 7 0 *0' 8

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 2 August 1861

General Business. *§Vjbe"'4\B6rDEBli.W aTCH" in published ' £ 1 every Friday mtirntng at 10 o'clock. >>i,; v ,.»... v Subscription > Fof'the quarter, paid in'adtanee .. £0 8 0 t .^Tsrms CP Advbhtisikg:-. ViMl 8 lines ok* inch of space - .. £0 3 0 ' v E*firy addiliuna,l liQe_v .. ["]t . >0 0 2 AqvertiaeraVnts under^BJines,'' ; . 0 3 0 JDitcoubt on a<tyertfrenierit8 ordered*^ ' ;|br 3 'inohiljf. ... 26 per cent. 'Ditto fpr-six Whths... ^ .. 60 per cent. Shipping Advertisements, ecch ... 0 4 0 .AdTertiseitrents-for Business Dir^c - turyt. peranuun* , .. , . ^ 1 0 0 Adir ? rtiseui e n i s inserted over the l<?atier.nre charged JFiiat filings ...J*. , .. . .. 0 6 0 ' J^cbaifditifenilline . ..010 i " ^Jt'i* dequeued that advertisements, to secure iheir^UvBeriion, be^seni in as early as possible, and- al ihe latest '-not later than 5 o'clock on Thartday-evening. Orders for the alteration or %»it&drawal of advertisements must b^ in writing,; not lat...

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