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DESPAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

DESPAIR. With hat * dismal, dreary pace,';.v,. The life »ide seems to lunj ' ' V To those who, distanced in the rtfce,' ' " Ha*e seen the guerdon won By others who, perchance, had not v So fair a chance as they, And yet who bated not a jot ' . And scorn the least delay, . The hope of winning being gone, - Besides the actual prize, . Nothing is left them bat to mourn,. . And curse the fawning lies, That made i hem slacken in thfirspeed And indolently place . , - Reliance in the sluggard's creed That panders to disgrace. . ' Di*mal regret their gaze* will screen ' From any future sight of htfgg; ;-J . The ihiughto.f .all that might have been Contiasis so meanly .with what.is. . In their hearts' vain,- conceited pride* - / They ga>e up all ilje day to lusfr; New through the darkening eventide, Tjj#y falter onward'in the dust. ASMODJEU^ A Prihcb Marrying FOR LOTS.- The " Progress " of Vjenna says<.. A'marriage has-just. been celebrated in this city between < Pri...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

VICTORIA. During the last day or two various rumours have been afloat which have obtained currency through the medium of certain of our contem poraries to the effect "Messrs Higinbotham, Parsons, and Aspinall had each been offered the Atiorney-Ueheralship and* had each re fused, "We are, however, in a position to state that there is no foundation whatever for any such reports. The Attorney-Generalship has not yet been offered to any peisou,-?Age. OnDit-itissaid that Mr. Ireland resigned, the Attorney-Generalsuip under the influence, of some temporary irritation* but that- he has since- rather regre ted than approved the ha*ty . step.- llumonr says that the hon. gentleman would gladly return 10 his late portion if the Chief Secretary would avaiii consent to receive him. Of course, Mr. Ireland now: sees that a good sal .ry is'^n.excellent comforter in affile-: - tion. and we. really sympathise i »ilh him ia losing it through a lit of excited.tetnper.-Age. The vacant Attorney-Generalsh...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOPICS OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

TOPICS OF GENERAL INTEREST. | . SlANCi IN . THE "SuPREMB CoUllT.-i ^During. tbe: recapitulation on M on day ,ofi the evidence taken in a mairimonial cause; by MivJustice Gwynne, His Honor read as; follows " I told the;respondent that the object of the"'petition' was to dissolve his; marriage. He said ' AH. serene.'" "All; 'vlial "?' enquired the. Chief Justice, " All' serene,'7 said Mr. Justice Gwynne. A knowing laugh from the very crowded Bar did not seem at all calculated ,to enlighten the Chief Justice, who looked as.completely at fault as when a witness once informed' him that/he had taken a nobbier, but the other man drank a spider. THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION.-The Secre tary informs us that the subscriptions and eutrances for the prize-listnovv amount to nearly £400, and that be has no fear what ever of the match coming off. It is desir* able that those who intend entering should do so as soon as possible iq. order that the ! arrangements may be completed without delay.-Observer. - ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Xt is desirable (hat communications should be short and pithy; lengihy. articles do not, , suit- our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. ; No notice ?en be taken of anonymous com-* ' munications*' All Briicles 8ent for insertion must sbe auvhenticat(-d by the nan>e and addres* of the writer-not as a ^ sine qua-non " f« r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith« . Correspordenu are particularly requested _ to write on one side ofthe paper only.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

NEW ZEALAND. The Prince Alfred, arrived at Sydney, brings news to the 12th inst. from Nelson. The latest intelligence from. the Nor lb, states that no chance uow remains of avoiding a fresh appeal to arms for&the settlement of the native differences. JfcjJeputation of the Wellington'?- membersjgjj|i&8 waited <vn the Governor, to obtain if irQopa. He in formed Seymour? bad distinctly vessel of war under . his com ever again be stationed at Wellin read a v letter from General" Ca which he stated that in ca-e of w war; great loss would inevitably fall on out settlers, as it would be impossible lor him (the general), by anj disposition of . the troops at his disposal, to prevent the destruc tion of property.' Twenty thousand soldiers could not protect all the out-settle^s, who ough^.to protect themselves, as they were well'ablWo do. Wealth and property were scaitej^^Moadcast near. New Ztaand, and war m^Tbe' aittfnded with great loss and thev^ought to- prepare ...

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 16TH, 1861. ISRAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

THE PubliaHed every Friday morning. - FRIDAY, AUGUST 16TH, 1861. ISRAEL. . ,; ; :V ' ." O'er .the far blue mountains, O'er,the white sea foam, Come thou long parted one Back to thine home."-Mrs. HEMANS. IT is not- generally known that the great city .which so long " sat solitary'* Sis air £ dy the re - sort of considerable numbers of the Jewish race, and that for several years back families of ^wealthy Israelites have been quietly and tin-. , ohservedly . settling in or near Jerusalem. Their white villas, rising-on the sunny slopes ol Zion and Olivet, already begin to recal the glories of the past, as they are the earnest of a yet more glorious future* Under, the protect ing shadow of England's name, and confidently anticipating the day of their national resurrec tion, they already begin to settle on the hallowed ground where, kings and holy men once tuned the harp of prophecy, and sang " in thoughts that breathe and words that burn,'' the lays of future times. To all appearance the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (From our own correspondent.) BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Adelaide, 10th August, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE . (From our-own-correspondent.) BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH Adelaide, 10th A»gu«t, 1861 The Balclulha arrived yesterday at tbe Port, The news is of stirring importance. The Pope is dying. Austrian Cardinals contemplate electing his successors at Verona j if so, two will be required. The news from America is ' of a very threatening nature. The civil war continues. . The Northern troops have captured Harper's Ferry. H undreds of slaves were making their escape from the Southern States, and join ing the atmy of the North. The paper duties had been repealed. Tfre Church Rates Bill had been thrown out by the casting vote of the Speaker. The Emperor of the French recognises the new kingdom of Jxaly, The; Northern states of America threatens war with Englaud, because England does not recognise the Secessionists as 'pirates. The English.^Government has sent three thousand troops to . Cu.nadajn the: Great Eastern. The Queen of Spain has been safely deli vered of a Daughter. The free...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. FATAL COLLISION BETWEEN RIOTERS AND POLICE. (From the Sydney Herald's Special Commissioner.) Burrangong, Sunday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

RIOT AT LAMBING FLAT. FATAL COLLISION BETWEEN RIOTERS AND POLICE. (From the Sydney Herald's Special Gona mifeSioner.) Burrangdnff. Sunday, 6,30 p.m. , Three of ihe'ringleaders'of ihe late rio s ?wer$. .arrested to-day. Great excitement* pXevails at ;the preseut time, and a " ioll W' .is now coming from the Tipperary Gully to release the prixoneis. The whole of the 'force here are un 'er arms, several of the stores in die town are filled with men armed to protect them; 11.30 p.m. COLLISION WITH THE FORCE. "'vv j" ".:!..' /.? ': V'' ! y-;/i ?: About 1000 men crossed the ercek and made for the camp. ' - 4* A deputation of four at rived, and re /quested to see the officer in command of the camp. Captain Zouch and J&r. Commis sioner Griffin received them. They asked if any,-,and what number, had be-^n arrested with re^p.ct to the late riots. They \rere iuformed that three were arrestedthey then stated .that they 'were requested to demand their release. /Both Captain Zouch aud Mr....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] COMPETITION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

GQrjSpondence. [^e^o not hold ourselves responsibly forr the'bpinions expressed by our correspond; COMPETITION; To the Editor'of the Border Watch. Sir-There aeem^to be'greatdisBatiafiac .tion amongst thetradesmenand inba.bitaots of the Mount of the wayiowhich they have been treated; in cbntracwtfg for the Wiesleyan ^ Chapelv I jmust say, I think there has not altogether been fair play. In .the. first place, if even Mr. Panned dfd lender at all, ia bis 1 tender published according to the price sent by him. What can this mean ? It appears to me that if they were to do as they wished v ieh it they would give it to h;m. It makes me think - of a; circum stance "which occurred on Mount Gambier some two years since. A certain building I , was bhont to be-erected/when-a builder told1 the proprietor to call for tenders, and then he, would do it fpr five pounds less thanthe "lowest tendeter.' I think if the tradesmen had known which way the wind blew they might have put another hundred pounds...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLARE. July l6. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

CLARE* July l6. | There was a large anti-immigration. meet ing held laafcmght, when resolutions against the resumption of immigration were unani mously passed* There were about . 130 persons present, chiefly working men and farmers. Mr. Anderson's school:was examined on Tuesday {ast; all went off satisfactorily - Very little news of: general interest tbis momb, as business is very slack.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REPRESENTATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

REPRESENTATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. - Sir,-1 Bee it is proposed thai Mr. Fiveash should siandfor our second member in the House of Assembly (by-the«bye we will not have such another opportunity of securing a second member (or a long; time, and the district bad better embrace the opportunity and adopt the rtieans of securing one.) .. . Mr. Fiveash ig well-known and respected, but is he the proper.; person P If-our late unsuccessful candidate could be induced to come forward he would certainly poll ten votes to Mr. Fivea-jh's one. While the pastoral interest is a,"very important; one, and should by all means be properly repre sented, no one is better adapted than Mr. Hawker; the 'agricultural interest is equally important, and would be well represented by Mr. Umphereton. In such a very, important mailer as that of bringing forward candidates, we should not -bandey compliments, but the fact of Mr. Umpherston having polled within 80 votes pfsoch a man as Mr. Hawker, has a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

IMPOUND LB by E. Leake, Esq., 13th . August, at the Springs Pound--Red and white sietr, no brand j strawberry cow, like 1) off shoulder, dewlap ; red and white year ling bull, no brand ; yeJlow heifer, no brand ; red and white sieer, no brand; red steer, triangle off'rump. If not claimed will be sold on the 7th September, at noon. J AMES.STEIN, I'omjdkte"^r. LORD CLYDE. ' ' '''' "''A* ' ?' ' A LIMITED Number of Mares will be -f*- received this Season fur the Thorough bred Clydesdale Horse L O R D Cr JL Y D E. Ample tPaddock Accommodation end the greatest care taken of the Mares, but without responsibility. Terms £& for each Mare. Kilbride Station, 12thAug09t,l 801. 17 TO COVER THIS SEASON.. mRE Pure-fcred Draught Entire Horse YOUNO CLYDE Will Serve Mares this Season around 'Mouri. Gambier, commencing his rounds as follows: On Mondays, from home Westwards «o Mr. Mitchell's, Drop Drop; on Tuesday, South East, by Messrs. Murdoch and Macintyre's, on the Portland Road, and return...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

Markets MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS; Wheal, per bushel Fine flour, per ion Pollard, per. bushel ? 1 1 do. per loti Bran, do. Oats, per bushel G'ushpd do; Barley Crashed do. £ s. d .. 0 5 0 ..16 0 0 ... 0 1 6 .. 7 "0 0 0 13 0 6 0 . 0 6 0 ... 0 5 0 0 6 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

General Business 1 JOB PRINTING. Mfe fTl HE -Proprietoriof -the Border Watch '' JL . begs toinformthe residents of the Dis* ^ ^ Jriwot^outtliiiGainhier^ thai he is now pre pared to execute Orders for Every Description of kJo6'.Printing, comprising Posting andHand Bills,- Bill -heads, - Circulars, Business and Vistliiig" Cards, 'Ball' and Concert Tickets ancj Programmes, 'Catalogues, Pamphlets, Receipt ?.f J-" and Chequebooks, Law Forms/ Labels, &c » with neaine'83 and dispatchv ; . V; Mount (Jambier, April 26 1861. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. ti. REIN EKE, Boot and Shoe Maker, begs'toinforin the inhabrants of Ml." - : ^ambier, that lie has now on Sale in the pre \ finises adjoining Mr. John Tuitfe's Store, a v^^Large Assortment of Colonial and English ^?Boiois and Shoes; of the best description, which *T 'Vfife.is now,Selling at very Moderate Prices. r" ^ , 'All Orders for New Boots or Repairs will .*i «fce punctually attended to. 12cm ? "33";.:"3;*33333.7 .3 .-'. ;? P E N OLA. " R...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN>BRODUCE, WHOLESALE; . . r J FLpORj ^<3, 0 - Flour, ' fine, per ion f t 2,000 Ibe., at the 1'orV . . bags included 3 0 0 5 * ft Wheal, ii£ town ^ ° 3 6 5 Wheat, at itoe port, for ^iliOOO'bustiel ots.witH- r e « r5|»vh^-,.v...o:,*: e 0 5 7 a^^^^^wwS^er^biishei' .. ofr 50' .*" o o IbRt the Port,.bags , included 0 I, t> Pollard, per bushel,of 20 **#§S^.. lbs..... 0 1 3 0 Hay, per ton ... , 2 10 3 0 : y £>o, pressed, at the Port, per ton 4 0 0 4 5 Oats, Cape, per bushel of-40 lbs., without bags 0 3 -0 0 3 vDo;, fine %hit«, perbu ,5heiof40lbs.,wtl»dut ; bags ............... 0 4 6 Barley ,Cu'pe, per bushel of 501b?wiihoutbgs. 0 4 0 *? Barley,...English, fine, per-bushel of 50lbs,' . without bags..0 9 0 'Malt, per bushel*7 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. * Fine Flour, per ton , . . ..... £16 .0 . 0 Bran, per bushel ... .. 0 16 Pollard, - do, .. .. 0 10 do. by halt ton lot per bushel. 0.1 6 Opts- . do. . .... .. "0 5 ;<0r Barley do. ;.. . ' 0 ..j5.: 6 Charges tor crushing Is, per bushel. r -

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

General News. SIR W. DON FrNBD FOUTY SHIIAINGS. -The following paragraph appeared in a Geeiong contemporary on the 12th inst.: " Sir W - Don figured as defendant in a case tried before the District Court, Melbourne, yesterday, tor using abusive language towards a porter of the Hobson's Bay Hail way Com* pany. -Sir" William, on Friday evenings re turned 'to Melbourne from Sydney, by the ftangatira steamer, and was conveyed wi'h his luggage to the 'Melbourne terminus of tbe Hobson's Bay Railway bjf 6 p.m. The Cus toms officer whose duty it is to give the neces - sary permit upon all goods of whatever descrip tion coming from foreign as well as intercolo* nial porn, having concluded* his business for the day and retired, Sir William Don found to hi* great disgust that he could not remove hisluggage until the following day, and showed bis displeasure of this fiscal arrangement by hurling the choicest Billingsgate at his com « tnand at the head of the unfortunate porter, : who was bnly c...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KOORINGA. Kooringa, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

KOORINGA. Kooringa, July 16. > The roads are fearfully muddy, in conse* quence of the lale heavy incessant rains. The fall of rata here has been heavy-two and a half inchss this month already. The mails in consequence have to travel 0# horseback.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STOCKPORT. July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

STOCKPORT. July 16. The crop*are growing too fast. Farmers now are wishing for a little cessation of rain and better roads to convey their pro* duce lo market. Tbe roads are fearful, it is absolutely iujpossible to travel in' the dark on this road without great personal danger. The mines much the same.'

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

PARLIAMENTARY VOTES. : Through the courtesy of a gentleman in this town, we have been favored with a'list bfthsvarioua sums of money passed by the Parliametit of South Australia for the South Eastern . or Victorian district for the years; 1861-2/ received by hitn from eur much re^5p<!cted mertib er, Q. C. Hawker, Esq. We Teserve our comments for -next issue. : Cagtom Houee, Port Macdonnell £700 polia^ i'ation, Mt. Garobier' 300 Court house aud police station, Mac »-donntll Bay ' .' ... ... 800 Telegraph station, Mount Gambier 350 'J'eUgraph line, Mi. Gambier and JlacdonneJlBay . .. UOOO Station and post office, do* ^. . 500 - Road from. Macdonnell Bay to Periola 5,00 0 " Jetlyi Macdonnell Bay ... .. 1,00 0 Additton to Clerk of Courts - .... 30 . Additional postal communication .. 1,100 Total foe Mount Gambier.district £10,770 Rdti'd to. Mosquito Plains' .M 2, GOO Road near Robe - .« . .. 1,000 Jetty, Lacepede Bay * .> ,. r 1 ? ' .». 1, 000 Police Siatiou, Penola ... ? ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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