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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

TO COBBESPONDENTS. It is desirable<that communications should be shortandpitliy; lensjihyarticles do not suit our space; matters of Incalt interest' are most acceptable. .... No notice can be taken of anonymous coin?' munications. . All arifcles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the name and addles* of (lie writer-not as a " sine qua n.on " . for publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspondent?, are particularly requested to write on one side of the papejr only.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

MR. HENRY CARTER, . DENTIST, i . (From Melbourne,) .- ^ ; EGS leave to inform the Inhabitants of - i Mount Gambier, »hat he will ar rive at Mount Gambier on Monday,9th Lec. when he can be .consulted daily at Long 8 South Australian Hotel, for one week. - . ; TENDERS'. . v. OEP* RATE Tenders' are r» quired. for tbe O Mason and Carpenter woik of a Stone Shop and Dwelling. Plan and Specifications may be seen on and after. ..Tuesday noxi, and^ fur further particulars apply at the *'Border. Watch office ATenders will be received up to, Saturday, 7ih December, at 12 o'cioek. .- - The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.! v , \mj.ANTED by the Undersized, a number . V? of First class MASONS. Best wages ci* en to good hands. Apply to . . M. HOG AN, . . Mount Gambier, November 21, 1801. 82.2 TEN POUNDS REWARD. ; ^ STOLEN, from ilarracorte Station, Mos quito Plains, a dirty Black or Mouse Coloured M A REV Wi th White ,5>po" s on Forehead and N ose, bran duel UU ou off neck, (udder...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

AGENT FOR THE " BORDER WATCH" Penola;* Mr; H. Simpson.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence MOSQUITO PLAINS DISTRICT. St. Andrews Day, 1861. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

Correspondence , MOSQUiTO PLAINS DISTRICT. St. Andrews Day,-1861. To the Editor of the Border Waick. v S^-The thanks of, our little community, if grattude still sojourns in. the breast# of mortals, are due to you, for the accurate ac count of the social condition of Kiocraig, published in your journal some weeks-bark. The seed has borne good fruit. Wo, longer a ''^^iiudeinoniu m the city of the Plains ,has become a very. Paradise, where none but the most virtuous, the most innocent, the mo»t well disposed o? civilized beings reside.: The Police, like guardian angel*, hover round our Edei», driving off with,the flaming sword Of the terror of the, Law the evil minded and the rowdy. For such a beneficial result cm we be sufficiently grateful ?. I. think not. The honor of having effected so gteat a change, so rapidly, is due in the'first instance to the Press, but second a ily we. must give a doe share of praise to the police. Doubtless, praise will be to litem a superfluous commo* : di...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS £ s. d. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS £ s. d Fine flour, per ton Pollard, per bushel do. per ton ' <Bran, do. Oats, per bushet J Crushed do. , Barley/ , Crushed .do, J ; ;

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

Bbotf A$3? ^OE MAEER.^ oj HEINSlKE, Bootand Shoe Maker, OL* rbeg^.toiinform vthe ibh'abitant8 ofMt Maribt£rtfftatbp hais^ow; on;1Sal(e jnihe;pr«i-U e&isesjadjoinlfig* Mr^ John Rite's Store, a, AiMfimeril: of ^Colonial"" iand" English' Bo6H9t and'Shoes* of. the beat'description, vvhich, iie is .now^SeHiSg at very Moderate Prices. . All Orders'Boots or Repairs yvill be punctually, attended' to. ? 1 ? 12cm MT\ H.; SPKiWGER, Baker, -Pastry-J \\3T Cook, &c.'; (Next Door but ,Oqe,to, J i'th«."-Border .Watch'**.' Office,) retu'j ris his -sincere thaqkstohis-ftiends and customers* for~; .the liberal support which he hasr received since," <he commencedBusiness on -the ^oun^and. will use £V(t:r.y; endu&Vonr" -to >' tritrit "a; continue -ance oftjiesaine^f ? , i;" . *? Orderapuhctually attended to, end custom-;, , era served;'ft't-their own doore^ } l2fm O L L-I-S'.- &<- ST rai'E , - . BjJiklers, Car^enters^-CabinetMakers; \" . ^ , ' "W ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

THE AMERICAN WAR We commend to the. atteution of our readers the following extracts from two of the ablest periodicalsof. the >age. The sen* timents are-, well conceived and eloquently expressed ; and are a fitting antidote to the levity ^vith which the Americans are treated by a lar^e portion of the British Press. ' (From the Nwth. British Revieiv. J We cannot believe impossible that a peo. p'e so astute and sagacious fcs the Americans can passnlirough the vicissitudes which are before them nithout learning their deep meaning and* practical lessons. We have strong faith in the recuperative powers of ihe people ; and that out of the soil of po litical corruption..." and jugilery a race of 'purer, nobler ,m<n will rise, under whose, sound statesmanship a reconstructed Union of free Stales will-resolutely cleanse herself from her faults, and advance by a s'abl$ progress to a far nobler, - mightier' position than she lost in 1861. It cannot be th'at tile latest born of mi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1861. THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

THE «*: Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1861. THE FUTURE OF AUSTRAUA. An eloquent-living writer remarks that .f the patriot girds himself to' die, not for his country cinly, bnt for mankind.''.*'The sentiment -is* as beautiful as it is7 true. Primarily his country is the gainer, ulti ' mutely raankind are benefited, bv his JieFoistn and,deyotion; -' Neither does it re quire victorylo cjown hig fall with'applause. The memtiry of Kosioitko and. his, Polish cornea jriotsis immortally enshrined in the ' soul of European patriotism; for ti: ough : their country succambed. to her oppressors, Iheir names - are as fresh and - fragrant as ever, and are now animating Poland to arise from the dust and renew the struggle. ~ . It is the. same with the explorer. The .man who resolutely ^devotes himself to peuetrate the datkness of an. undiscovered territory, ~and to encounter the perils of climate *and barbarism with his life inhisband, offers himself a sacrifice fur his cou...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. King was received «n Melboarne with frantic enthusiasm. Coppio offered to exhibit him for 12 months as a theatrical' (ion, giv'tig tiim. £1,000. -Other schemers are irking to make capital of the public ex citement. GRAIN FROM CALIFORNIA:-A vessel named the Electra has arrived from Cali-" fornia. She bring? 8,000- bsgs of wheat, 9,600 ba<iS of flour, and 4,000-bags of oats. She reports two ye*ssls loading fur Austra lian pi«rt8, ' ^ f We have news from California which" state that large orders for wheal and flour, have beenreceivedfromEnglandandFiance. This renders holders here unwilling to sell. News from America to"23rd September! It: was reported at; Washington-that; the Southerners would take Arlington, heights and Alexendria iminediateiy -with 200,000 nieii, and then shell Washington. Several tribes of Indians had offered to enrol in the ranks of the seceders. . The Federal troops w ere Severely repulsed at Newingtori. All the Banks ai Ne.w Ot/ean...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAMBING FLAT. Yass, Friday, Novembpr 16. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 December 1861

LAMBING FLAT. Yass, Friday, Novembpr 16. The rush to the Lachlan still continues. Accounts just received here, from there, most favourable.           On Monday Kirkpatiick and party ob- tained sixty-two ounces. On Tuesday they got   a pint pot full of gold. A second lead is struck. Population, 10,000 people.   Police protection required. Several row's   have taken place at night. There is likely to   be great trouble with respect to the frontage claims. Our local paper deserted us yesterday for the new Elderdo, on which field it is in future to be published.       TEN MILE^ACE BETWEEN .A §ENEC INDUN AND THB ENGLISH CHAMPIONS Two months since an Indian, of-the Seneca tribe, named Deerfoot for his fleetne&s, . arrived!.' in: this country, and at oiice chal lenged the pale faces 10 try iheir speed. A match ; was made for .hi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRICKS OF TRADE—THE ITINER. ANT CHEESE DEALER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

TR1CKS OF TRADE-T H E ITIN ER» -ANT CHEESE DEALER. V The cheese, dealer's mode of-doing busi« titas. is sotruly original, and, lite al/ great , diseo%eries.iV art, so ingeniously simple, . that, even.at the risk of spoiling his calling by «j>e»inK his secret to a .host of - aspiring .?'?-ybn»}» men, we must, (n a sentence or two describe it. So herejie is, on Casilegafe, , say, with his " hurley." groaning under b. snail miijuntain of goodly looking, »' keb b licks" ot plethoric figure and temptingly, ricli colour. . He will sell you double Giou* oesier, or Cheddar, cheaperthau any who'e* sole merchant in the country; and, as for . .quality, why fie ivill at ouce knock his knife uito a cheese and let you, taste it for yourself Perhaps you wonder where th8 ,8amewiiat rough:iooktng customer . (or tb« pair oi / ibem, for perhaps there are .partner*) got all those srhoolh-glossy skinned chtese*. Well* .yon can belkve the itinerants story if you like: but here is an outline of the uiu...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

12PIT0ME OF N EWS. COPPER And COPPER MINES.-South Australian copper, in England, is quoted at sg96 i»» £100 per too ; Burra Burra shares, "at £135 ; and those of the Great Northern, ilie Kapunda, and others, at premium. SunVEY OF THE COAST.-Two yentle ment Commander Hutcnu.son and Mr. "Howard, R N., have arrived in the \Vouga Wonaa, from Sydney, with a y e v to a "thorough survey of the coa*t fr<mi Caoe Northumberland to Cape Nuyt, Th y are familiar with, a por ton of tbs coast line, hav'iig served on board H.M.S. Herald. STUARTS PARTY.-Mr. Stuart's party ? under command of Mr. Thring, arrived at Moohiolpo on Novtmber 20 Furiher I in'furmaii n to the 22nd states, that Mr.. ? Smart's party£wa.s to start for Chambers's Crtek on Monday, November $5, 'J'he p4r:\ \ve»e ^eli and in good spirits. CATTLE DISEASE-ThuisdH^'s Gazette contains a pr- clatnation intimating that the authorities of the province of Cantrrburi, Neiv Z« ala»d, will cause to. be seized and f'esirojed all cau...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

MISCEEEANEOUS. At tbepSutter "Sacrairieiifo,,; $v' New Yorker, newly arrived, \vcs !ameii\ing his condition, and liis lolly, .HI leaving: an abundance; -at " home, and especiallytwo beautiful daughters; who werejuarbudrting into womanhood ;. when he asked thd oilier "if he had a lamiijf? .. Yes/siri I;.bave. a wife' arid six childjeu in. N^w Yoik, anil I'never saw one -#:Uipm^^-AiterrJhV«r;repl}y:l^e-= couple sat a few momedts lir 'silence, an I then the interrogator aBain commenced - «Were you Ver blind, sir,1., 'No, sin*. , f I)id;ky o'u"''ji»a.rr3(., 8iw$o>y» Another lups.e iofi sijeucC: JDid 1 under-! stand you to say-,-Bi?>-*l+at -y<>i\«tiad a wife and six children living in New York* ^and has never seen, one of .them.,?, ' yes, sir,' ] so siateiHt.' Anotheranda longer pau^e of silence. Then the mlcrrogatqfa^aiii in quired-How can it be, sir, thqt you never 7saw oiieof them P' Why-, wasr the res, ponse,vone of tham Was born after I lefiJ* «Oh ! a*h I' and a ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ODD FELLOWS AND FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

ODD FELLOWS AND FORESTERS. Ill order to show (he extent .of these so., "cieties, we give the following figures of the numbers in I860 and Oddfellows. Foresters, Eiigluud 277*394 159,838 Wales * 23,011 o,69I -Scotland. 3,277 825 Irflainl t J ,013 .164 Abnad 10.566 2,088 In I860 305,261 168,576 in 1861 a 16 215 J89.584 In the metropolitan districts*tbne are h?w about 20,000 members of the Man chester order of OddfeTows ; and if appears that, since 1845," throughout the country; the increase, has been - at the . rate of about 15,000 meuiber> in eacli >ear. average «um ot £6 6i. is'laid: up- for each, mem her, and ihe average is 34 y ars6 months. The whole*eajiital of the unity is-. £9 per mem ber. ^his iticlu'lt8 the Widow-' and Or. j.ban's as well as the Sick and Funeral and Managements fund*. . Muoy lodges possess over £12 a member, aod one an. mnch* as £22. Besides>JteiiHing ro the wants of lUeir own cbmmunhy, ibis- order has often opened subscriptions for otlier purpose'. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

. There is u man up the country who alwnjs j a)s for his paper in ndvabce. He has never had a; aick day in his life, never had any corns or toothache, his potaioes never rot, the \\'eevil tiever en(s i»is vvj)eai, the frost never kills his corn or bean?, his babies nevtr ecy in the night, anrt his wife never scolds. This is the reward of yirtne. Sergeant WU kins lard it down that no lady's heart ^aa.ever brrken alter she was twenty years of age;.but we have the testimony of many exceliant spins'ers of a " certain age that they dunnet ague with him on that score. MOUNT GAMIBER "WILDING ASl> INVEiiWl M SOJLiSl'X; PERSONS desirous of taking siiaris in ihe above OuCtcty will pitsise oo.iMniii'eaie wiili W. H. UAllliA LD, Secretinteni. ' So Soon its 150 Shuivs are a^piie-l t«»', a Meeting Will be Called to ado^ti tuie-., officers, &c., &>-. TAlLOli, MOUNT GAMBIEH, WILLIAM HUMPHREY has much! pleasure IQ being able toanuounca to htsTri-itds.aiid cust-iinere, ha; h...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE MOSQUITO PLAINS TROOPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

^COEEESPOM''DEIfGB» THE MOSQUITO PLAINS TROOPERS. V < MY DEAR WATCH,-I read; in your last issue wilti much surprise,tbe communication of Sleepy Hollow. ' Now, sir, nothing in the world prompted that iiasty man to pen bis ill-natured .letter but envy. It is all - 8iu9 to iaIk about bis anxiety tocatcb thieves and shepherd drunka ids. His real quarrel with our dashing troopers is a per sonal one.; Conscious that he has not a lithe of the good looks of: these;nice young men, he gets rid of his. spleen by .abusing tbem in the papers. Now.rcy dear sir, it is well known that they are nearly as possible all tbBt can be desired, and I hope if ','CS' li's " letier go to Go^ernraent House, ibis poor defence of miiiet will accompany it. Only think for one moment of any ill bt > falling the admired of the Plains (and all through miclia mean action as envy.) Only think of the ban Jsome and gentle corporal ; and the preposessfrg boy iruop.er being taken over.; the .coals - to gratif...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HAMILTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

HAMILTON RACES. Notw ith^andiBg the unfavorable weather ihe opening of the races, Wedii^day was perhaps as fine a dayes we could well have had (pr the enjoy ment of the sport', being: clear, bright, ai.d^ bracing j; more., like.thesptf ng/.time _ at / home ihiin a; day/ar advanced iii the stiipmer *easoD iii Auhtialia. Subjoined is an account ot the tunning:. '. ?. ./' Fibit Day, WEDNESDAY, 4TH DECEMBER. Maiden Piaif, of 40 sovs,, wpiglit for ag;e, one mile and a ball; entrance 3^sovs.y- / Grant's b g Must ,ng, 5 yrs. (Ferguson) ... 1 Wifiou'sgg Wood marf,aged (Bates) 1 ;. ... 2 ; Twojjney's b m Bellona, 4 yis - ..3 /The following also - started Phillips's Vega, Carmichael'a Maggie Lauder, Lear moinh's BassinettPvPatrick Quinn's I-Want*: lr, Thomson's Shepherdeiv "'Maddison's Minnie, Ross'* Shadow,.Riley's Flirt After a false star»t the lot jumped:away.on pretty good terms.''The running was taken up hy M innuy closely pus sued by M ustahg, Wo« d-, man and Yegtt.1 At the back turn'-,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

?LOCAL XBW8i;.:.; ASMODBOUS wMl receive attention in our next. Our Kapunda correspondent':* letter will .al«o appiB r. in xur nex'. DISTRICT Codut FOR THE MOUNT. The Government Gazette contains a notice authorising the holding of a District Court by Mr Jnstict Gwymir, at^ Mount Gam biVr, The first sitting is to tabe place on the 4th of February.1 Macdonnkll BAY SHIPPING. -The Governmet.t schooner Yatala is employed in raising, the atiuken moorin.s at; the Bay, and another vessel is loading with piles for the jetty at Laci'pede^Bay. The.: Beatric*-, with a general cargo, died from ; home, b now > daily expected, having been out ovjr 120 #days.\ She is consigned to Thi s. Mu-4 v'd Co. Thb Weather,-Monday the 2nd inst. was one. of . tfiffcoldest and stormiest days we have,had for jears, and on account of the two previous days being very hot* we I have heard (hat. a good many ne<viy*shoro: 8']eeP bave died; The changes of tempeV' rature# in the Australian^ climate, whateve...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSQUITO PLAINS. Dec. 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

vjiaOsqui 1*0 jplains. .. Deo. 10,1861. Fatilj finding being one of-,"our privileges, we shall; once, more indulge in it. /Horse racing is perhaps one of mostfashjbn* able oinuaementa of ourfltttle village^ and oi late has»been pretty much indulged in. But what*we wish to compiait^ °t i8 that our racing patrons have appointed one of the leading-streets* for the^practice of their amusement;. The:! other .. afternoon some half dozen rider8 contended for the b\vner«-, ship of a whip", and, pair of"spurs, and our grave' and reverend seniors thought fit jo fix (I.e winniQg post right in the hearty of the tonrmkip. Now on behalf of the young we protest against this practices On the' lin£ of this course there are a good many Iamilie8, aiid a ureal many little ones, who knoW not their right hand from their left, and .wlro; though / wide awake enough and knowitfg -.enough to escape danger in general, mayone day be caught if too much «»xpof}ed_to it. - It is all vety well to see that the cour...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

* AGENT FUR THE V BORDER WATCH" , . Peno?a;^Mr. H.Sim'p8«»n.^ I By latest advice* from Adelaide we learn that Sour and wheal are firm, the former j at frum £10 15« to t'J 1.5$r, and the latter at from 4s to 4s 2d per bush?) in town, and I 4s Gd at the Port. A ^essel name i the Abbot Lawrence, from .California; has arrived, at Melbourne* having brought 200 ions of flour, and 4,000 bushels of wlie «t. however, does not appear to have alteted tli£ state of the mar kets, 200 tdus having changed hands at £12 ' _ The Oscar audi Omeo have arrived at Melbourne from Olasjo with 32,000 ounces of gV'ld; the Aldiiiga has also arrived with 40.000 ouuces of gold ant) 100 passengers. . We ha»e news from Sidney t > the 30»h November. : Several shafts have been bot tomed on the Laclilon, which are giving a most txtraordln«ry jitld. Fourteen lbs. , of £old~were takrn «u* of on<* claim on I Satuidav,"'

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