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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

-rMPOUKDEb by E, Leake,; Esq.,; on - Ititli Ortober, 186li at the. Spribgs ' Pound, near Mount (iamtiier. ?* r Bay geldin?, E n?ar shoulder V .: < Bay mare, a ar and snip, TJ near shoulder, 88 near rum|?, foal at foot ; Bay entire; colt, m>l» and f Brown mare, TB near shoulder, rope on-neck Buy gelding VS near shoulder, star, of fare foot white, WJ' off ribe, fW OfI - shoulder . i : i *?:. r Bay mare, grey face near aide, W near ? LL : shoulder, H offshoulder, foal at. foot v By Mr. Loiitner. Brcwnand white bull, no brand Red and white bull, no.brand White poley bul!, no brand * White bull, red ears, no brand. . JAM ESJ3TEIN, > ,, Poundkeeptfr. rpUE «< BORDER WATCH" is , pub- , *? lished every Friday morning at . Nine o'clock* . ... SUBSCRIPTION: ^ For the quarter, paidan^dvance J60-»6^?-r . Terms of Advertising : / , First Eight lines or inch of space... 0 _ 0r. Every additional line .. 0 5 2 Advertisements under 8 lines ... ®. S O1 Discount on advertise...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FALLEN LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

FALLEN" LEAVES. Yes, we are fallen, and the sun's bright No more,shall Hiss again, our airy home; The cold moon gleaming peers through' naked 1 v trees,-* s>.. . -V. .'I . And all night's tender melodies are hashed, - That latent sound in each passing br5ee^f. . ; A peaceful symphony, then died away, J , While zepSy'B rocked our,gay g'een forma,to sleep.; v:. ; .. . -* - *. i ? *.; Till morn' in beauty bursts with dewdropa bright, f ?. <a: Hung to each tip a brilliant lovely, gem, , .,fj. All diamond robed to. meet the God of Day* ; I Now we are fallen, and the wintry winds * Blow last our withered forms to die; . ' Some aU alone { .sotae ruthless heaped Like mingled sorrows; the hollow moanof - Coming storms sounds funeral reqwerfu^Wii ,u\; We shall not. wake again when spring time - comes, , f ?\.,i - , Or quit once more the glorious sky, * ' ^Our forms decayed, no memory clings . Around the sad leaves; so let themdiel ^ ' Oh I I would gather them and all the lost, T...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLI GENCE. IMMIGRATION. * In the, Legislative Assembly on I'nesday, / Mr. Anderson asked the Treasurer if it vis rrhe^ntenttbti bf the Government to biiog/oii . ihe question of the resumption of immiga jlon'i «nd if so; when? J' The Treasurer said-be >aa wailing' until 'iiie formal'businesswas disposed of fof an 'opportunity to make a statement to the -'House.' (Htar.) . Mr» Anderson said (hit lest that state ment should not meet his views he would I table a notice of motion foY Roinu !l|to Committee, on a future d«y» to consider the petition presented by him from the inhabi tants of Wiiunga in favor of the resumption ol immigration,. _ NRW ZEALAND. Mr*.Sutherland atiked the lion. the..Cora, 'mi»»it>aer^of Croivh Lands and Immigration (Mr. StiTintwa) a) whether it would not be highly! desirable to send steamers to New Zealft Vd to convey .the suffering population to aur'sho?e*t< "The Commissioner of Public Works re plied that Oh* Government did not...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRICULTURE. (From the Economists) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

AGRICULTURE. : . . _ :u: > ??f'v.i ! (-FtonT iht Economists) -.. '? Whe^t at less than ^s.abuihSl^andoflourr ^aton.cannbtcobunuetqbepfpduced. either in Victomjor ;Squih. Australia Jit*. jlhe. : current ijate of wages un'e,a?h iornenVwdiscbf very shall ^iiatjje farmers eitlier tb' farV 'it. lets cost, or, to pVorfuctf Betler crops at the-1 same cost'per fecife'asat preset* t,5 Atihe<e prices, ho .* We learn ? by -felefrana^ that-« neiiheriwheat nor flour are by any fmeaos ready of sale at Adelaide^ The rapid fall to; these rates has been chiefly caustd ^by the /number of cargoes which have reached MeU . bourne; and Sydpey from ' California' and: Chili. j It appear*, however', that "(ho stocks in.South Australia are so large, that, eyeiv : without any supplies from'these quarters, *he . prices that prevailed before theirarrival couldh scarcely have b<en maintained till harvest. It appears, therefore,; that Australia has now. produced wheat sufficient for its o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE STORM AT HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

v. . 1 . . . .. - THE STOKM AT HAMILTON. The most viu'eut storm it has yet been ; our lot to chrdhicleoccurred here on Mon day last, commencing at hfllf»past three p.m., and, continuing with unceasing rio-' lence (or half.pn. hour- The hot Winds; and* oppressive sultriness of the at mosphere ou Sunday, with the sharp, fre* quent gusli that blew furiously during the hight accompanied by thunder and vivid lightning, were doubtless harbingers oi the hurricane we were destined .to experience on the following day. During the early' part ttf Monday the heat continued, although, a considerable quantity of rain had fallen, and not till towards evening was' there any perceptible change; butaboni,three o'clock sounds Y/ere distinctly heard, resembling the distant rioise of carriage wheels, and the sky, which had the dull; leaden .aspect it nsually presents during da^s of constant rain, became still gloomier/because of the large heavy-^masses ; of - clouds driven to windward by the 'coining te...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH 1861. THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

THE mmmmtn* Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY,:NOVEMBER 8TH 1861. - t THE AMERICAN WAR. Tiiebb seems to be no little mirth excited i among newspaper reader* at the ridiculous ! figure the American cut in, the late battle. After all the brag and bounce, the tall words ai d flourish of trumpets, that accompanied the preparations for the' strife, it does seem aston ishing that 70,000 men should have literally > adhered tathb adage, " He who "fights and runs away, May live to fight another day." We were certainly unprepared to s hear- that the imposing array ot the N orth had fled from the field of Bull a Bun with an exit as rapid { as that of the doughty dragoons of Johnnie Cope before the fiery onset oi the Highlanders. We beg, however, to dissent very decidedly ironi the conclusion which people appear to draw with one accord from the accounts of the war. The conclusion is that the Yankees are a pack of cowards, whocan do nothing but boast; and that the- three thousand British...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

THE ROADS. Wb cordially concur in the aen'.imenlspro pounded in several tellers which have ap peared in our columns concerning the repair oftheroads. If the ; contract* for thai purpose are to he given out at the commenieaeut of harvest, the Government will - be inflicting a roost seriousinjury on this district in the name of a boon. It would be difficult loi name anything they rod Id do lhat would more effectually damage the interests of the community. This dis trict .has now become generally, and soon trill be alrnosr exclusively; an agricultural one. Our township -and neighbourhood is directly or iudiiectly dependent on- the far mers. But the farmers have a hard struggle at present,.and have the more need of em ployment for themselves and their teams between this and harve*t. The next two or three months, which at. any rate is .a slack lime, in . the country, could be most profitably fi led up in giving ouinheir labour lor road making; for, whoever got the con tract, the farmers ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. November 7th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

POLICE COURT No vernier. 7ib, 1881. Before J C. I yon, Esq., S.M., H. Welling Esq , J.P., J. Uuipherstun, Eiq., J-P.. Robert Cookton wa* charged »itb-steal ing" a taddle, the properly ot Gcorfe Draper, ou Saturday evening lasts Alfred Si»iiib, *worn: dm a publican re siding at Mount Gaiiibier, Remember George Draper being at my hou»e oil the. evening in question. A little after ten o'clock he cam* and informed me tlial a caddie had; bten takm from off hi# horse. 1 asked him who was in the large room. The prisoner was there with several others. I thru went ioto the yard with Diaper to search lor the saddle, but Cr.uld see nothing ; uf it. The gales were locked. .. The prisoner said he rode ooivn to Mr. Sduib*s buWe last Saturday nig In about half-past uitie o'clock. Pat Ins mare in Squib's ywrd. and then went into the. *«p room and reataineii there iiil shut-up time. Dunn* this lime sold his uiurc, saddle and bridle to a man n»ined ' William Simpson. This was a»'o"ut bal -past ten, ....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. THE DOG NUISANCE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

vorrespondence. THE DOG NUISANCE. To &ie Editor of the Border Watch. Sir-One would have thought thatthe heavy duty now laid ondogs wouldhave re duced the number of that genu* within proper limit*, but ..it seems that, smrce as money is «t Mount Gambier, each householder finds means to register not only one but A plurality of useles« cure. Nobody denies that,« man may keep> <a hundred dog* if ne chooses, but It ia equally undeniable th*t he'may not keeji these digs st the expanse ot his neighbours. If he chooser to keep dog* for his amusement lie must not allow them to subject the com munity to danger and discomfort. Now what people at Mount.Gambier have to cam plain of is thatthe nuisance from dogs and other sources is not only,intolerable, but 'irreme* diable. Some of these creaiitrea are atarved and neglected by their owners, and they prowl .bout and plunder any lit« hi'i» thai has an open door; other* set up each night tuck V yelping and howling that sleep i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

Local Intelligence. GAMBKUTOKLA.N.--Y »ur Jetier .will re. nuire it» b\e renioci«lied /before^ >vj: can give it insertion. :li£ jhs/jfdl^K b?U defamatory in the 4xm?*b&-. Wc> wjsh.onr. tjorresponfifiiii miy bavAj.fl/v ?to «rrite in a failder J«ne.Aocld *er»c hit pur potie infinitely "V being abusive. Upon mnitire relfijoiMWHr -coiregpondent will*-find vwe^tfo->nUii a kindnes? .by. wiibhi'lding^iscn^^aii^r tSib' W BATBKtt ^%; early; summer months ifi £tt*J»a'iantkjdwiy* t«mfcrkfrhle forWfatbut .this, yearth* piwiig^ ti$Ii Jjv niimbirajiditU tensity, ar» unu-ual. ;F«»r a &w clays. " baTe s^'cbinif h^a^ fii^iDtf the temiitraiiiM i to upwards ol 90 d*gr«;e«-ih?4hdririnidel>i.|pj^ ' caedrd by! tsvtf'rbl oXp8e^ere] coId, ; howling winds, *u<l mavyrain^ which the' temiv vaibre 'sink's to . a mid': winter level,The , wondtT.-ii not. that ibflu'enza'and cold* jsre. never absent f om ns. bui that.EnrdpNMKconstitutions-can bear up against sucli chanucs at...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BAY ROAD. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

THE BAY ROAD: To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir-Allow me to correct so are v«rv ran* dom statements mads by Interested Pa»ty in your issue of 23th ult. It would appear that the above party has been very anxiou* to ascertain how £6,000 is being1 spent, lie appears to be roost suliciiuui* that the above sum of money eliould be spent in the roost economkal way; and. very* proper too. But why in common, honesty did he not take more paius to obtain correct inforni-ition, and not insinuate such things as he has done jn his Ifrt'er to you which apptjaredj in i«ue of tlu» above date? ;WeU Sir. I- tafei-the liberty of flatly and most emphtttica ly denying three several statements iu rcte ence to work on the above road. . First, he says thatlie has been told in answer to enquiries, *1 hat there war.* twenty mpn near Macdonnell Bay* at 7*. a day, doing nrttt to nothing." (Query. Whenwas there twenty men, &c ) 1 can t«-M that very In» terested Par'y, that sinc e the commencement of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE VICTORIAN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

'i HE VICTORIAN . EXPLORATION The (oll'wiiig paiticulars are gleaoeti " from various authentic tourcesV ^ iuteili^ence reached Melbourne on Sa- '. tu»day, 2nd Nov., to the effect thai Buikr, accompanied by Wills, Gray, aud King, bad'" reached. the Gull of Carpentaria ou tHe* ttihFeb.; he remained t-*o d»)'8 on the* Albert Rutr, and started back 'or Gooi»e*'|*' j Creek* (where he liad left the maiuparty^ by the sutne route, whiih place.he arrivttf' ai on the 21st April, and found ilist th'e * paiiy under Mr. biake tiad left to letunr - that s?me u)oiniug, and all ftiof heing ..t9u ., . weak ana exhausted to follow, they remained V there recruiting; lor two days. They found ; the protuions buried, accoi d iug to arrange* -' . rneiit. . After a const liation, J hey deter miued to make (or South .Australia ; several attempts were accordingly mode, but proved : unsuccessful, as ilie purty oiev wufy no wa ter. In one attempt lo reach some, part of this colony they »erc obliged to kill two...

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 — 8 November 1861

To (he Editor of the Border Watch. Sir--A« tije ojiiuioVi 1 ventured to put forth in a Cornier li*ner is concurted in by others, I will now, with your kindpermission, venture to futfil what I then men-ioued, VIE., what should be done, and at what cost; sav, grub and dear the read (row end to eud, (torn Purl Macdonifiell «o Pt-nola : - Filty miles, at £40 per mile .. £2,000 Port Aiacdouiiel. caseway' across ewatftpwidened'and metalled, in cluuin^ approaches . * ... '600 Metalmig and forming road thence to GuyerV 1,000 Widening toe cutting &c., over the Mount. .. 200 Cau»e«ay and culvert across Dismal Swamp" 200 Metalling and formitig road near - : Penola " " 200 Salaries for Superintendent , and Assistants ... ' 800' . ^ £5,WO Some may think one sixth,orthereabout, of tht entire aniuunuoo mucti tor i>upe: intend ing the work; but it khould be recollected* that it i» extensive,' and should receive able - supeivi iou. It tins work" was lei in small contract*,executed vigorou...

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 — 8 November 1861

Markets. ' -1 ------; ;-4. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS, Fin** flour, i»eno» pollard, jitr bushel do.' per ton Bra n, d&. Oats, per-J»usfi«l Crushed do. Barley ^ Crusted do.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS, It is dtgBirible that communications should be short and pithy } lenn»hy articles do not suit our 8|iece; matters of local interest are most accep'ab'e. No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. : . Ail .articles sent for insertion 'mus' be amhentiraUd by the natve and addres* of the writer-not as a " sine qua mm " (. r publica tion^ but. as.a guarantee ot good faith. ' t C«*rreBpoi dentP are particularly requested to write »n ooeside of the paper only.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS tine I'lour, per ton ,. ,, 211 iu u Bran, per' bushel ..' .. 0 1 6 Pollard, do, .. .. 0 1 9 do, by jialt ton lot per butliel. 6 I S Oats do. .... 0: 5 0 Barley do. .. - 0 6 6 Charges (or crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
McLeod v. Vause. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

McLrodv. Vauie. Thomas Vause wat brought up, charged by J; N. McLe«»d, Esq.; wi»h feloniously stealing and .laughieruig a cow, the pro pert« of ccroplttinaul. ^ ' i : Hugh Mi Leod, »>vvorn : am Superinten dent of the Kalangadoo station, I lie property of Mr. J. N. McLeod. tie bud received information from his stockman tbut an: animal bearing lib brand had been driven into Vause*» yard, or .or about Sun lay 20ib October* No cattle bad been sold to Yause since I have been on the station. ^ (The skin wa« here produced i) Con Id not swear to its having the Kalaogadoo brand. The defendant came over to Kalangadoo the day after I received ibe iolormatiuu. I said to him,:*41.hear you have killed a beast of.mine." He replied, «. 1 have dune so"*-one which he had bought from Mr. Thompson some two years ago, and that he had two, more running upon the fetation, which lie iii'ended..to get. I then asked him if he had branded those cattle he had got from Mr. Thompson. He replied, "I have brand...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

f|Vfl E ?" Subsirriptiftii per Quarter to tht ! 1 *. Bordnr VValcb/Ms now K^diiced to ?.[: SIX SHILLINGS AND S1XPENGK; Per Single Cop v . PASNELLbpgs lo'iiiiiiim ib»» ,\Jf' inhubi'ant* of Mount (iainbier and th Suuth-Kasierii DtstriiMj ihut lie has i'oinra^nied, Bustne»i a* u Builder, und liOjjfs by mod*'" ,nite charges unci si i ict.at tenttoM io Business " to.'receive a share of Uieir )>airo(i<itfe and support. ,%. TEA MEti'liyGr »jl| be, he'd at M t. £\ Ga*« bier liiiM, Portland Road, on I Wednesday Evening, 13Ui ids'., in connection wi h ih« Opvning ot a School m ifcat vicinity. Admission, 1-. 6d. - . p ' Commission Apfeni. ' ' - OK SIX P E N C E OK " * G. DOUG.p'i Y Mount Gtfmbitfr. GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. ftOLONlALi.Engineer and Architect's ^ Department. Sealed Tended Will, lie deceived by the Undersigned .for ilhe fnllowinn Work Formieg, aiid Metalling opposite the Telegraph1 Slauoh, Mount Gam bier, until Noon of Thiir0(jl»i;, t$e J4th ia*t. " Forminir, Met'fc...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 8 November 1861

f\,0tf^NTING «f the " Border Wwch " Worm- iK. «.idT» of th. D.. -^^i Mourit G*robier, : that he ,is ?now. pre*; ''^M^sSiT^Sers.'fQr E?ery< Description ^iHi^Bili-heatfs, Circulars,. Bustnw® ana tXrdc.*. Ball and Concert' Tirketiand ^V<^nSo.ei«Tat^oRtte§i*P*^pW^9^5riSpt i?anf%lwe'i'twk8» L,w Forms, Labels* &c, ^lltfSwttfrand dispatch .* 1/atiibier, April 26 1861. ?i^OOT AN 17 SHOE MAKER. A#^KEINiBKE, Bool .and Shoe §>$ti^gs to inform the inhabitants of Ml. |teapfeier,that he has now .onfe'trin F« feSradjoimng Mr. John Toiteft Store, a #£r«fr%«iortrnent of Colonial and " JB«&d Shoes, of the b«»t dwcnptijm, wh.ch deling at very* Moderate P'jces. ?^Al^&rder«<or New Boots « Repairs will '^;pn^«\^ally.-atiend«d,.ip....»,. ,2c,n' P E N O L A. . ' .» 7. ^ :? i"*-.'-.-; '. I: ~J:?U .V.',-"- ...*?.«??..-.??'.?'i. ? -IfyBRS* MORSE beta to notify toiba in -« IfAv habitants of PENOLA and suiround In* dwtrVt, that the has opef ed a Servan...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN EMPEROR LOSING HIS WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

Aft ,EVIiPEROft LC^lNjGr IIIS VV^Y. The Salut Public of I yon3 gives some particulars of the Emperor NapoleunVex-* cursicn from Vichy to Randao, in company with Count de Mom* You have al ready ,pcobab'y received .tome account of 'the Kmpero-'s visit to the Duke de Gal iliera's splendid chateau ill.- the forest , of iRandau - His Majesty did not get hack to Vichy nil late alms;li!, owing to the fact liliat ihe lmpetial partylost their way in the 'forest. It appears that the Emperor wished ?tavisit the huoiin^bor oi Mau'umon, situ-'I >ated in one af the mosl picturesque parts of ! the forest . v ^The Em peror, who is a meat jadmirer of the beauties nfnature, after driving for some time through the magni ficent aceoery of the Wubtfs, iti which one may wander for miles witboutraeetiog a single person, at last came 10 a point where < neither he nor aayof h.s suite knew which iw«y to take Here, however, apeasant came in view, and he was a*kcd if be could pot ihemin liieuuht ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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