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To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

To the Editor ofthe Border WaieJu Dear Cire-Ii.ju8lice> Mr. Cuulitiard, I lefl it niy duty-ta torreet ft-stftlemenf in \our* rrpori ol tbe n.« eling un . the 8th; intlaiil. "T ' * " . . - I .deny having *aid "il was entirely the work <»l lbs Govern mewl EogiueVr, he considered road* w ere not wsutril " I am, &c., . ; , J WAI.L Mi Gam bier, Get., 1861. *

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To the Editor of the Border Watch. Thom[?]son v. Gall. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

To the jEditor of the Border Wirtch. '' Tboiqj.&oo. v. Gall. Sir, --This case as .-decided in-the Local Court, Penota, the plaintiff was awarded*: damages £17, in lieu ufhis claim Ji42 lO^ but 1 educed to £'30 to. cotue under- (he * * limited Jurisdiction, I see duly reported in ' your melul journal.. > Tbecleitn of tbe (Writ)tiff svas one ply of Commission ou a sale of. sbfep; tlie agreement being (as appears usual in tsucli tian.*action*) 6dper bend. Thi*, according lo evideuce was quite cear to (lie C6(»i«, and , ibe acceptance 01 the >ht<ep proved lojbef snlis'actuiy, i be dtcivioii' ot ihe Bench/ bonevcr, in aw^rdui# jndgiiit'ttt forx»be. (tluimiif. aa^quite cum rait "lo the arrange*. incut of the two contracting .paitiri, and a commias on of two and u-lmtf j.'er cent a|j Imvid; tbe piice$f frhtepin question I cing 8a. per i etd.. ': . Now, supposing f«»r iht* ia' *e of .ftr^nineiii these aberp'iit<l-been so d and purcba ed at 20. per'l^il, a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

MOUNT GAMB1EU RACES. Oil Monday, I4lh OE'ober, at a meeting lield at the Mount Gambier Hotel, llie fol« lowing gentlemen,were, appointed to .act as a committee;' B..Uochfort, Esq, J Un)pherst<>ny Eiq.J.P. J. C, Lyon, Esq., S.M., T.' Wells; Ksq , J. P.*J. Wallis, G»q., A. Blakesly, Ivq., - Hobbi, E]q., - \\JcFif yeii, Esq. " t S. Gordon, Esq., Hod.'Sec. The nex nioe'in^ will.be held on Thurs» «laj',28ih November, ai 3 p.m.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.* No LXVII. (Written for the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

THE NORTH BRITISH' KEV1EW,* 1 ?:> : "? _ /v.' y';???? I . No LXVI1. ( Written for. the Border Watch) SINCE the migration of the once potent '' Edinburgh "-the redoubtable " B.'ue and Yellow, from the Scottish metropolis 10 (behead quarters of Btiush imperialism, it has become a British rather than a Scot f,' lish periodica1, and has lo t the peculiar t locaf character and influence uhich once i armed it nith almost despotic power miha empire of British intellect. Jeffrey, that little great man, short, bliarp, and* autocra tic, is now the shadow of a great name, and has gone where the critic can no lon ger criiicise. Matiaulajy >ve~humbly trust, tjurveya regions and scents utui'e gorgeous t'*an even his^ffiutiu imagination could conceive. Sydney Soiith is iauou-ized; fend<; though multifarious Brougham still lingers^n ibe scene of action, that mar~ velloua vitality, w h ch - so -long thundered , Crunufiis Jorfgue'and flashed from his pen, is,4>«jos ihe sjieiu vibr...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

" To the -Editor of th e Border Wirteh, Sir,-Can yon inform ire if ii is any pait' of the Crown Land R;i'nger*i» dui), to. see. I'jat ilie far famed_ Scotch. .TWsjtc is. cut down, and prevented .fromt spreading./as ' provided for in an 'Act, passed byibe 1 er gislatuie of this colony. Ifii is nqt.bi^ duty perhaps you*"will cull the attention ol iIiom? whose duty it is, to see that theV^'vis'o.1.15,^ the Act are cariied outy -a% I iseejbaV Urite. Thistles are last spreading in" the neijjjife bourbood of the Mount and Tarpenn.: f A SCOTCHMAN, (Wedo not consider that the duly/of extermmatiog thisiles is imposed upon the Haoger. We.are of opinion that if work >»f a District Council. Ed. B.W.)

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE GUN, THE SPADE AND THE PLOUGH. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

THEiiUN, THE SPAtfS ASD THE ' PLOUGH. To the Editor of the Border > Watch. Sirr- There are certain young g^nt'emen in tbis neighbourhood whu- lucking some' thing better to do, carry <>it a regular c>u pade pgai«.at onr birds-banking and.blaz ing away ai everything guilty of webr'1114 leathers, insomuch thai i wonder they can restrain iheoiselve? frbui Imving a sh. t at some of the ladies'Jiats. Now, I being an admirer of the feaihered-tribe, and believing that their ex erminaiiun* destroy then) without giving the riglii and wrong of ihe matter, any consideration beg through the medium of your columns to soy a ; few words on their behalf. Were those who indulge in this .' sport to rt fleet a little, I (eel convinced that moat of them would come to ttie tame conclusion that 1 have; namely-'that the'practice,is both mean, ciuel, audabsutd. JVlean, in.» asmuch an it is a mere triurci-h of muht over right*, }Jie-btrds net being required Ivr food, and therefore having ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

AGENT Fun THE .. BORDER WATCB"-. Penola; Mr. Ji. Siinpe.'n.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861

Local Intelligence. |0BSBW»Again we have to direct the ^fftufntibiruf those who.e duty it is to' sup* ^ l^ess tl»e dangerous and bad practice of "jlayiug down poison in every aiid aoy pan ^be township. Two weeks ago we dre\V attention to the fact that Mr. Mitchell had a valuable flog poisoned* ao.d. again, within the last Meek that gentleman has., had an . oilier which has met with the tame fate. The evil is not practiced alt.ne iti the town - ship, hut iu the suburbs. A valuable dog of Mr. Hammond** having fallen a yicti-n to ;>tlwdeadly effectsof poison. The. vendor* of this article should use more discretion in future, and nit allow poison to be ised lor the destruction of every tbii»g. .To CORRE*ponbeni*.-- Asmodeous,. and other communications in our next.' ; ACCIDENT.-There is » rumour . prevalent in town that o man had brik^n his back by a fall from his horse. There is little hope of his recovery. ' VVe believe the.accideiit hap pened. and two'hours had expiied before lie w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

JAC.OU « HAPMAN, Kataol^btrd 1859^ CHRONOMETER. WATCH AND. CLOUK MAKbK. JEWELLER, &c, PE?k OLA. BEGS t» inform the inhabitants of the surrtKiiiuing D.sirii-.u llint rt-p&iriu.;. in all i»s branches wi I bcc:trefuli\ pt*»fi»r<i»el on tfte Pr uiises. " Colcuta!:J«»eUtsry-u aj 10 order on the shortest notice. - 3, £ », V. The leut Hoiiz.iulal hun;ij'g Wat h« s in silver cases .. 4 10 0 Do. .Jo-do. HuiiUiik Levers, jew« elled in Two Holes .. 7^10^ Do. do, do., Extra Jewelled... tt^.0 0 Pure Coloaial Gold Wnl<img-- . ^ Rings ... i 0 0 Do* l)o. Do. Keepers ...15 0 A i Watches are (juaranteedit) Wiituiis for Twelve Mcuths. The uboye mentioned go^ds will be f. rwarded. Post Free; to any part ol the Colony, oil receipt ol Bsui.c tNo.es or Cheque, Country Orders executed ou the shaiie^t ?01 ice. L * No connection wiih any travelling watch makers. 24ic " 1 'I"" " 1 1 1 . . . . » * 'AN iJsL* by a » ouiu "WHPj'of lunj» «t-r l-erience, a situation us St-jck k...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

General iNews. "Will -jrou please to permit a lady to I occupy this seal ?*' .-aid a gentit-min lo : another, (lie other day, in a railroad 'car* riage. *'Is she an dvucaie of > woman's rights asked the gentleman invited to va cate. *. She is, ' * replied lie who was stand ing. V AVt'll, then, let her take the benefit of her doctrine, and s and.'' A lady in Pi evidence; R.I,; on kidding her son farewell, said to him : " William, do your whole only,"-- If jou are culled to 4he batti'e field, don't flmcli, but standbold |y by your comiry. If you return 1'shall' receive jou with open arms ; if you are killed, 1 shall, have (he name satisfaction of knowing you have cot disgraced your country, yourself^ «r our family. I wi*h 1 bad ten sons to give ibe regiment," Thai s the true spirit for these times ? A POST OFFICE CORIOSITF. -A letter wasm ailed at ihe Po*t-office in New Lon don a ivhiie since bearing the fiilijoinVd (miuute rhouah somewhat (indefinite) ad - dress. We print u verbat...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

NEW ZEALAND. The Ofago Colonial ofr the 20ih confirms the report nf the arrival of the Tttapeka escuit un the evening of the 18 h, with 11,281 uz. oi gold, and proceeds as loliow* : "They reptrt eveiythiog qmVt at the di.gings,i but a considerate number- are said to he returning trm no' teing able to make enough lor the purcha e of tond. At the p»fseht pricts of provisions it will take a con«iderab'e sum daily to supply oneV wants a! the Taukej a. The advance of summer, however,, will be a means of greatly reducing the.prices; ihe roads are reudily iropr«>vu»LV at.d cartage, wrich has hith erto b»en £112 per ton liom Duuedin, .must conseqiiently he red need, tn re (speci ally as the arrivals from Melbourne jvili produce conapetiuoun* a; very ?considerable -'extent* / ' .'...Thou-ih some are n*t making enough to cover expenses, others continue to do well. «nd tery lew of those who went to the: diggings in tiie early days of the'discovery express disstttislaciiun with the result of...

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 — 25 October 1861

SJUIU AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. WHOLESALE/ FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. Fiour, fine, "per Km ' F . - 2,000 fbP./at lire Fori, bags included V.... .£10 .0" 0 10 10 0 Wheat, in town 0 4 3 4 4 0 ' Wheat, at tke port, for . 1,000 busfrel ois,«i:h ouib'aga... 0 4 3" 0 0 0 ~ Bran, per'bushel of 20 : lbs. at ilie Por', bags " ^ included!! .......... 0 11 0 0 0 'V *1 Pollard, pfir bushel of 20 IbaV;."..0 1.3' "15 Ilay,Ve**»!. 1 2 10 3 5 0 Jflter;/;'.*. % 450 ape,:V}if;r,.bushel '/r'ofbags 0 3 0 0 3 3 r" ?"o. ,firte7whil«T per, t>u« ; - " , » bV VFf111OU t - * . 0 4 6 0 6 0 * C«|fe, pec'tlrtshel ' -, , ol 50lbf ..wi(l\oui bgs. 0 4 8 , ^trbysheJ ot 5piib« , '- - ^»iilioutrJ>ags...8 0 Malt,|.er bushel....vi.;? ;VI!^*v'0'A*-Sa 8 0 v' ' . ' / / ,*. "" '. tffeMeefaNhJ&J- . ?-:- -

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

THK LONDON WO L SALES, August 15.-The public sal^B of colonial wool have*proceeded " wiili raiher more ani mation dunn<* the pa'I week,' but little or no variation has taken place in value. At, this evenirVgVsale uboiit 2 600 bales were~ offered by Messrs. Edeiiborotigh and Go a lar^e quantity of .which wab from S<-uth Australia. The biddings '.'continued tbodr emtely active, particularly for vthe finer qualities, but, (hire was noi material altera- , j tion 10 nole in the prices obtained. Id the English market the operations ha* e not been , of an extensive' character: fully . late quo la'ions, however^ are current for all des criptions. The imports of foreign and co« loniil 'wool into the' port of -London, since , thfe daie of our.last report li*ve ; 108 bales from Sydn y, 36.lrom New Zealand, 2,795 from the Car e of Good hope, 45 j fr^m ihe Uit'ied States, 41 from the lSast; Indies, and 39 from Hamburg. - Angnst 21. -The sales may be considered to be progres...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25TH, 1861. FOREIGN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

"V?" "mil ^H£?1 8 IIS^' ^ 1?^ >\. '' "-1 *i " * K^ ?> ^ ^ ?5^ * i: ^I^liiihed every Friday morning. We shouldpity the Editors, if there were any 'such, who should be doomed to write articles, day after day, and week after week, exclusively on local or colonial politics. It is instructive to notice how the leading colonial journals embrace the opportunity which the anival of the monthly overland mail affords of expatiating on the great movements of the human life in othe> lands, and which are of world-wide concernment. It i also worthy of notice that they write in a more vigorous and felicitous sty e when discussing the items of European and general intelligence than when they dilate upon Australian -legis lation electioneering, the debates in district ; councils, and such like. It is evident that the best writers among them are much more at home in general than in local themes. But this is precisely what might'be expected. The mind, when contemplating subjects which pertain...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DISASTER AT MANASSAS. FULL DETAILS OF THE ENGAGEMENT. From the New York "Times." Washington, Monday, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

THE DrISASn;R AT MANASSAS.-H i'OLL DETAILS OFR THK *NGAG*,ME.NT. FRONI the New York " Tines.'* WASLIIU'gtrn, Monday, July 22. On Sutonlav ihe troops' were all'brou^ht closely up to On tre.villegal id all needful prepa ationj* . wete made tor the attack,, which was inrended for ihe next dnyi Yes-' terdiy : tnoriiii'E'i, fherefore, the army matched bv two r ads"- Colonel Richard son with.hisi ccmniand taking, the southern, tvltich leads . to Bull's Run, arid General Tyler; the northern-running parallel to it at a distance of abouf a mile aid a half. The movement commenced at about three o'clock. I got up- a little before four, and found the long line i f troops ex tended far out on either road . I took the road by which Colon*!' H«nter, with hi? .command, and General M'Dqwell and staff . had pone, and pushed on directly for the front: After going about two mile?, Colo nel Hunter turned to the right-marching "obliquely towards the run, which he was to cross some four mil?s higher up,, ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

v^UaSfcLVE6. . FoRBlOKERs-'Tft)-- that we Biiiivliets arr iiever n caryofi^alking about cur»elve» and our iiiaiiuitfoius^Al" er« ulf» it is bani 10 suy ubat' bitufr' Hitbjtcls* we could tulk about. \Ve7"<r<(^iOl indeed' buhl with self glonficauoutfn^jfctious 4aiiy niore^than In iiiiiiytduub.^^^i nuoihar praise ibce and. not ihyaf!l." paiadui" out's- own superior it y/i.ven il thai superiorly is un questioned.. is. hatetui und undivnititd. but n all) evt-r^ jj^guuu^i&iu&r ma) wvlt ,bewproudolMijev" petition bis couiiU) ai prehtul occupies l>m<<i)g the nations oi ib»* earth*. While the uaiioi;s ol the £ .ai ui« groaning under the iron i»ead Tol des potism, ai.d the once promising " laud ol the free" beycnd the Atlantic is torn with internal distentions, Bittaiu stands erect in the almost soht ry grandeur ol constU tulional piosjr.enty, Irte frouf the evils ol' tyranny ii» the one baud, and ibe surging {assiotib of detnocia...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

Xelegrispli JVews. ^Adelaide, Thursday, 24111,1861- ;; . Sioft party Te-siait in; the morning. ' Th»;:l^ou*e of Assembly vo«ed «he expe dited?, two thousand pound;, and voted/his ExWi{< ucy a praiseworthy address fo£ his s<-rvi'*Vs to the Colony. Jv'v NtHvdas JarveSF, junr,»ndCaf»tain Davison the Magistrate at Bar Iter areilrad Govethmen1 iriend to have a valuation pre pared on .^razing capability, .and biluaion of var pus uhis ms .pqiiiipd by/thw years Act. BUEaD BAJK&R TAMES BADE^OUlt l^gs iitpjoform tl' 'he «ihi|iii."»! "and . «u rrnuhding infne cjL t.hhu^ssh in the "U»re^yofJ'a^dPhppes-^ hy .s'ririV'f-Q'lon t» tn*rM a{>Iiare'ot public ? ja'rojiatfp. . - ^ . Ciis'oiiiHrs snpdlied at tjitiir own . door?, m rriug umi ev«Miiiii£. ? Diitii(?f* bakwl and shipping POppjied. d i H E E N & . W A D H A M, VJT LAND AGENTS, AND . ' ' LAND AUCIIONFER*. HOUSES, STuRKSi LANDS; SEC TIONS, &c.f LET OH-LEA KD. EXC11ANGK LAND MARr, Anil L«"ij K «H£ ...

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 — 25 October 1861

< orrespondence To the Editor of the JBorder Watch. Sir-W ith nil re»|iertlutm;8* I would enquire how th*' £5,t>00 i» bciotr spent for the making of roads front Port Macdonnell to, Penola. -I have enquired of several individuals without . leptiving Bny satisfau orjr ottswur ; and as the press gives information not toj be obtained elsewhere; peihpp* I *haU get it satisfactory I lia»e been aii*wered with " Oh, «h« y'*e cut a roado<er theMaui. t (which, hy the by'Some «av was a g'eai piece of fool'.sh* nesti, as the r< ad should have gone by Dr. BrrMiif's homegipad), and more, ilwa« done ? |«st . rar-fnbjlifrig to do with the money ai lud 'tlt"- That -here was 20 men down near Port Macdonnell af 7*. pei day, doing nt-xt to j. nothing ; 3 or £ fcuperiii'endeiilb of wy'k at f siSiaries- abs«;rbii»trthe :fundst watching that iitxt to noihiogiii-ii g i-xiTuiedi, Sueti i» a . sample ot the a; »»«> to my enquiries; 1 *aw s> n»e time l>ack some hea...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

RANDOM . READINGS. "Which Is the. »tnal!f*>t bridge in he wo«ld? The b idge'of the nose. When does "lovely woman stoop to foiy?" -- WIicn uhf sioopx t»» pu' oii he! irii o<i>ic, Swinging i* said bv the d«ieto»s (o te » good ex«-rfi e for th«* health« bu* many ayyor wretch it»» Come to his deall< by it. .*-There i# n<. uutli in men,"-.-aid a lady in ctiifipany. %t Tlii'j arc like.n>usic»l iuutju* menl*, winch pound a vurieiyof tuuc* In 'oilier words,-n.udam," said Ht.o'her lady,. '. you belifvfc ihei a»! riieb are lyrfs."y The t< hutting rtBiiiuiiiui, which *»?»* adoptedk a meeting ol young ludif%. hhows the i fltci q! Iehp«y»-a» u; on tlie lera> l'-ph.* lic it rI esolved, *' »ha« il we do imi gt-t mar lied this y» ar, bomeln dy witi be to uiau.e. So social (.fftiite dfcgus:* a pure won.an iiiore. ihaiJ iil'tf ol intemperance) lor she intuuivf'y kuuus that it j« the parent of a host of eifors find vice*, 1 .* Can you draw, votit...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To, the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

To, the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir.~VV.Miom wi?liut^ to enter in;o any, rl »he cV'flitunt! ibeofit'H ot M ract^ ' wuh outiuUiidii>£ -oallcde in t-»e; V'oh^^MCvi gu-e .to llie revalue jhe 11 a- k T man una w ui'U lam t nter a.(»: ot« settniy and, (to my mind,) rubteiy ol.the corpse a!» 'oUo^inai; ; Y)tai» auo a native, holly jmir^uij tor ail Asylt'in in. iheAlo>qnuo ^Plains' I av^i am) funu<1 a urue instead of a pace of rduge - tlieie that peace woiih he Ind vainly .-(tempted to find, when living, he gained * by de.»tb . The eavea--va*t, iuiieh,?desolate, «eie a fitti g niaii&oltum lor the pr> ud. uiicultHattd «avuge- in that n>y><eHoiivaml iuoihuUc aby&s it wa» meet tur the wild luuuiorcd bai banati l» await Ihe judgment, But, in the pa^es of your jouftiai, 1 have seen thai this was no; to he Suuie Abtu uian eager lor lucre or (or cuu no>iiy Vouid not allow ihe corps*- a restu.g place; bus beating it Immi. it** lorii'-, (i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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