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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

TO GOBRBSPONDENTS. - It 18 desirable that communications should . be short, and pithy ; lengthy articles do uot suit .qur. bpace; matters of local interest are most acceptable, . No nonce can be taken of anonymous com munications. Ail articles. sent 'for . insertion; must be auihemicatrtiby the naiue and address of the writer-iiot osa " sine qu»non " f. r publica tion, but as a guarauiee ofgood faith. Correspondent* are jiarticularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. O C.--WecattnOi insert your strictures on your brother and another except as an advtr lisetr etit, and to bepa:d fur as ««uch.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

:-v-> - VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. rlTine Flour, per ion £12 10 0 'Bran, per bushel. .. .. 0 13 Pollard, do, .. ... 0 1 3 Ottfs do. ; .. .. 0 6 0 Burley do. .. 0 0 0 Charges Ic crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

DIED At Mount Gambier, on the 27th December, Mr. Malcolm Livingston, aged 27, of conges- tion of the brain, deeply lamented by a large circle of friends.  

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SPOONS—A YANKEE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

SPOdNS-A YANKEE STORY. Some' years' ago,' before railroads 'were invented, a cute Massachusetts Yankee was one day travelling in a stage, in the State of Connecticut. The passengers stopped for breakfast at a place where ih'e latidlord was noted for his parsimony; and it was strongly suspected that he had paid/'the driver to hurry offLlie stage, before tlie pas sengers could eat half a meal, io- order to 8ave hts victuiils. The Yahjkee Heard 'this talk, and he sat down to breakfast with the determination to^ cat his aaoney's worth whether the stage left lii'ra or not. While, 'therefore, the rest of the passiinijers were bolting their yiciuals in lit 3 greatest possi bie baste, our Massachusetts man look his lima. The passengers had scarcely finished a single cup of coffee, and ate hut a few mouihfuls, when they heard the unwelcome sound cf the hornj and the driver exclaim, " stage ready !'' Up rtee ;ihe ' grumbling passengers, pay their fifty 'cents, and take their seats. All aboard...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

H E N R Y E D L I N, Wine and Spirit Merchant,' Port Adelaide. Orders promptly execu.ed, 'and carefal attention given to the shipments. 24cm ''JN O T I C E. IN FUTURE all &eiglitg must be paid before tile Go'ids leave the Bay. EDWARD FRENCH, Agi?nt. 1st November, 1861. 29tc NOTICE. pIGHTgood Shearers wanted ai Bsnaira fid to replace, the n«*mber, thar y*re dis charged oii Chris: ra »s Morning oaf account of their religious feelings. Notte but first cass hands need apply. 6-9 W LOltlMER. f| JHE South Eastern District Rifle Asso* ' J, ciaiion Matches'willtake place' on' tb« : 19th and 20# FEBltU A RY ' Instead of 7tU and 8th Jan:iarr,' 1862. A, J. J3IRKS, Hot) Sec. TO SETFLERS AN D G U ARDIANS. - LOOK AT THIS! -4 GENTLEMAN of coDsjd_erahlje/;Expe .AJL" ' lie'ticein Tuition of the Native JSToUth, solicits, an Engagement as a Resident 'ISitoiv Having first class Testimonials, hiscurrtcultilh of si tidy einbra.cesan exieiisivec&urse of ii.stiuetion iii all tlitf Bratnhes ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

At^'ii^iiNTyRE WITH WOLVES ItTRUS&U. I th? rii iver | ^tf&£biooft-dSuCing^foougli toy^ yeins 1 IKe Vrtika! Vdlka 11 $9*\*tt\- Wofa*V' '':-I sprang "from /m>"; ahead, saw six "great,', gauntrard un doubt hurtfjrvi wolvety sitting y exactly ?inourway,at ihe'l^istance cf abbut (t hundred y^ids or lew. Our horses had " r^mblif«ir in e*erjflimbY'ana refused toVtir. We shouted aud $«£ ; fri<6od,Igaibering ^ largt- hsndi pf ;bay ^ircp the sledge bottom; rolled it bkli» dnd landed"it to me saying''f'Maieb.'y I uaderstood tiim ai (Soctv * 'T^4nveirfnrtinflgedf b/aw|uj. lash * ' iig-Rind; nnp. booing. to1 get tbe hprses pii; irirtiiwe enemies. . By ibis, tinje 3 in tenting fire to the ball ofliay^ atid^t"a^t fceganio blase out well* I thr**w itin among . It worked like a charniv<>t;|Mlit!y\ pte W/tlchea paried,three on eachside.aod frfeulked'off slowly at'righi'ko'plKsfih^r.laiis ^BtWging as il'lheyw'ere beaiV« 'cui-8. Oh hashed o»i bra*e teairi--lu...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

I^Olt SALE, Two Teams of Bullocks, in - Good Condition, with Drays and Tackle 'Complete. v . Apply to JAMES LINEi 38 9 Macdonne * Bay. MOUNT GAMBIER. FOR SALE, on Long Credit, or to be Lei with Right of Purchase Hundred of MurdoiineH. Sections-212, 266, 234, 139, 14U, 257, 25S, *259,260,351,352. . . ? - ' Hundred of Blanche, i.tar 13 ue Lake. Sections-77, 76, 80, 84. - ? '? Hundred of Grey Sections-297, *293, Hundred xf Young. Small Sections-307,308, 309, 311^, 312, Hundred not named, near Tarpeena. Small Suctions-1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6,7,9, 10, 11, 12,13,15,16,17. Gambierton. Allotments No.-42,43, 61. Apply to P. D. PRANKEUD, Adelaide; Or W. A. CROUCH, 38tc Mount Gam bier. MEETING of the Chnrch of England Com mi i tee will be held at Long's Ho ttl, at 2 o'clock p.m. To-morrow (Saturday..-) {'ergons huviug subscription lists are re quested to for ward them to .the Commit tee as above, 38 ?OU SALE HALF AN ACRE OF LAND, In crop with Pouttoef, with a Hut , erected thereon, being part of Spct...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MELBOURNE CKICKET GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

TIIE MELBOURNE CKICKET GROUND. We have previously noticed the great im provement effected by sowing, mowing, irrigating, and draining theplajiog j oruon of the ground prior to the commencement of the presen t sea ©"; and we imagined that all that coitld have been said on the subject was exhausted. The anticipated advent of the English champions, together with" the appriaching gran 1 intercolonial match, have, however, jiiven a renewed impetus to the exertions ol the ground comrriUee ; and we make bold to pa} that, when the a'tera'ions which are now in course of being made are completed, the Melbourne ground will not only be unrivalled in the southern hemisphere, but will coinpare favourably with'the very, best in England. The neat fence p^ ujv, just previous to the match Victoria versus Sydney, in '60. was of an irregular hexagonal shape, and enclosed a t portion of ground, a', 'he lower end near the rai!\vayltl|rougli!'Wbiclj a'watercourse had wt>rn its' way. The whole of the ar...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BLUE M0UNTAIN GOLD FIELD. A HOAX. (Otago DailY Times, 19th Nov.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

THE BLCJ13;M0UN TAIN GOLD FIELD. A HOAX. (Otago Dailf Times; H)ih.,Noy;) There now appears 5 ib be*'little'doubt tbai VlKe V^h to the Blue Mountains is 'completely ttKoax ! Two "miners, 'Mesirs. Joseph Simeon and M'Kinley, late of Ben« digo,- called on us yesterday,"-.and the for mer, Mr. Simeon, put us in the possession of the following clear statement of par ticulars 1, . " Finding that others working near, him werego i n gqffto a supposed new diggii'gs in the Blue Mountains. Mr.; Simeon started from Waitahuna, yesterday week. He. crossed the Molyneaux, and proceeded to Captain M'Kenzie's station. Arrived liiere, he' found iabout 200 men before him, and the number constantly increasing;. .]>Jb news: could he obtained ol.'lhe dijjgiuss. Captain M'Keiizie went'' out on ho'seback forirtne'whole day, and on ^his return ex pre88ed hi8 c0tiviction tliat ttiere were no di/uiiigs in ibe<neighboiirhobd. He offered any four me:i the use bf fouf h6rse3"Iie "h'ad onthe stati...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

TO CORRESPO&DBNT& It is dP8ir»UfVlhat comriiunication6 siioutd y be*short and pithy; lengthy artidks-do no\ sail our spece| matters of Ircal Snterest are most accepiabJW No notice can be taken of anonymous com;* mnnications. All articles sent. for insertion must be authenticated by the rifeme and address of the writer--not as a " sine qua non " f< r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith; Correspondents are particularly requested to'write on one side of the paper only, w

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL POETRY. The Foreste[?]s Bold." [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

LOCAL POE1RY. .'The Foresie:s Bold." A New Duty to un Old Air. Full many ada>' :of revelry Has come and passed away Since Sinrwoods BoWfrs eaw Robin Hood And all his followers gay, But these prosperous tiims produce once more - J'onstera a* bold and tiue Who, deckt d intlnculn's graceful greeu Hold trya:ing8 not a fe«. In courts iach night, with ribbon* btdiglit 'ihey revolve matters strange and grave Hold their annual feasts, dine on tat geese And the fccfaps for the''Orphans " sa.ve. One Forester bolder than the res', . ilis *' bVotliersfBr uuithining Proposed a ball, a dinner, and ail 'llie il.ing3 thereto peauiuiug. This outlaw good, in honour of Hood, ,,Had secretly »owed his inlet, tion To astonish the Couifc with some things lie liad bought, And a mil of his own invention! V Greeu baize.for a doublet, nicely turned up, - With rahlU'shin lining each cut!" .'..IJigh biots easily cut into Brig»nd»like shoes '. And long stockings made into j.ink hose *\Mj medals I'll exhibit i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TABACCY TREE. (Writien for the Border Watch by G,P.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

THE TABACCY TREE. fWrilieu for the Border Watch by G,P.) * Sally,' said John Sellous to his wife one oaorningjjust as he left the door of his hut, M wi«h /ou yrould send to the township for some tobacco before night, we're quite cut.' very good, J obn,' answered his larger, i^ not bisbetter half, * but who shall 1 send.' *Oh, oneofthesebiackswilldo; send Nelly, she's abodttbfelif st, bat give her a qote, and let the storekeeper send backabill,' *Very well, I ill/ , *,0pod morning,' an& away went Jybti with bia mate,, both soun disappearing jiixoitg the thick limber" a-ouri'd his bark dwelling.: ' ^ John Sellouts was a sawyer and a ri"ht good honest &ort of fellow be was, and with ?an industrious wife, was living far in the woods, miles from any other human ha bitation, as comfortably aa need bi>. tie .bad first placed himself |here, iu consequence oi the ahuntfauce of timber suitable for his trade. By degrees a good garden, appeared, Ilia but was in<pro...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

LOCAL NEWS. > LIFE 13OAT AT Macdokxell BAY - 'At niue o'clock p.m. on the 6th inst., when our population v ere at supper, uith an in clinaimti bed ward, the greatest excitement arose from a report, that a steady rii^li had been marie at the lifeboat, uhich hod pro ceeded to sea at top speed. The jelly was immediately crowded by the inhabitants, ?atd the general impression was, that some Vessel was in distress. However, oris the return of the boat it oozed out, that, their alarm had fotn occasioned by a telegraphic message received by Germein, from the Marine Board f directing him to roan the Life iJoat instantly for a cruize. The result of Ill's test of the efficiency of our noble ("Admell.a" Germain) coxswains crew must ptove highly satisfactory to the M ,rine Board ; as tile Telegram was received by the Collector of Customs at 7 30 p.m., »vho in stantly started for the Light House at Cape Nar.thumberJaJul for Germein, who mustered his crew of 13 men, bad the boat afloat, manned...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET MATCH. England 11 against Victoria 22. Victoria—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

CRICKET MATCH. England 11 against Victoria 22. Victoria-1st Innings. , Bryant 11; Marshall 21 ; Sweeney 16; Thomson 17; Huddlestone 6 ; Mace 5 ; Cos tick 8 | Elliott 4 ;VK ay 6; Rennie 9; steward II; Byes 10.- TotaJ^l l7. Wardill, Mackin non, Morris, Conway,Hopkinson, Butterworth and O'Mullane scored nothing> m All England then went in, and scored 170 with only four wickets down. All England-1st Innings Bennett c by Butterworth b by Conway 11 ; E. btephenson b by Conway 34; Mudie b by Elliott 22J G.iffiths 7; Butterworth 61; Byes &c 16; Caffvnand Addison were batting when the stumps were drawn. Our Telegram has not yet arrived, but we believe we are correct in stating that All England has won the match in One Innings, having scored over 100 more than Melbourne in Two INNINGS.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEETING TO PETITION FOR A DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

I . -- . I MEETING TO PETITION FOR A j DISTRICT COUNCIL. On Wednesday evetiingr Ia9t a meeting took placc at the Farmers Inn in pursuance of an advertisement to consider the conduct of Government in delaying an answer to the Petition of tUc luh ibi'antft of Mount Gam or|l?«t ''tS ^'B^ouibood ^or l',e formation .The hour of assembling was named 7 p.m; apatp, bui it was quite eight before 20 per* sons wero present, but that number increased rapidly until there were over 100. Mr. Panned being called to the cha:r, to: read the advertisement, and theu called upon those present to proceed to the business of the evening, hoping everything would be carried on in order, and due aliow anne made (or uuy difference of opinion that might be expressed pro. or con. Mr. Paltridge proposed the 1st Resolution Et»d in (Join» so complained of the conduct of the-authorities in delaying their decision upon tho memorial-it w.is unfait-as' welTas. dis courteous--aud seriously comptomiiedthe'.in terests of ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE MUMMY. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

CORRESPONDENCE* THE MUMMY. * -* To the Editor of the Border Watch. fcir,-With a -wisdom peculiarly South Australian-The Qovernment on hearing of the removal oi the Cave -Vuroiny from hie resting place, ordered that on its recovery it should be fenced in securely, that no sacrile gious hand should again he laid upon it; tut ai the same time they took no precaution to guard the walled-in treasure. They made the caskct to keep the jewel, lut took no thought to fine, a warder to protect the casket The consequence ie, as we all know, that the nxnm y has Lccn sga'n atetiacted. The Government is furious-telegraphed to Crown Bangers-breathes prosecution, in fact, acts so insanely, that unless the heat of the weather is taken into consideration their action cannot be accounted for. Sir,-allow. me through your columns to proffer a word of advice to them. Let them leave that dead body to its fate, let them hear, unmoved, the imprecation of this district, mourning like Kachael its departed trea...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The following, from an esteemed correspondent, came—unfornuately—too late for insertion in our last.—Eid. MELBOURNE GOSSIP. Melbourne, December 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

The fallowing, a«e»teemedcorret-\ pondent, came- unf'ocl#ijaiely«^U><>:l«fe lor ' insertion in utif last.-lid.. i-.? * ». ?-? -...*1 MELBOURNE GOSSIP. Melbourne, December 27, 186j." it is fiartl tci sil dounand ccllcAl thoughts sufficiently, for such sober work as writing for the press. . . Tue>^ay wdl be celebrated in the annals, of V.iciotia for die- arrival' at tlie English^ *; 'Cricketers.' Tlie chy preseijicil. agey*!),^ x; ani ma i edsdeoe lor sftme' the Brri^l 'of the' E'eten."^ Tb ousaiids* 1itiVed the streets on the line of ouch, sad mucb anxiety _ was shown, to-catchagliropse of the renow nod players. -,Xhcy made ibeir '.?^nt7y^iiiito"lhe;.eHy, ju a carriage., drawn- by eight grey horses, and were driven along purl of Swanstori, Collins,^ Fihzabeih*asd Burkt-street^ awd. at last set down at the ??Wkfie de Paris. They are rather a fine lot ol\tnen, A*ilh plenty of boue and sinew* iliotiu h Bime of them seem to be iu too good condition for bard work. - Ch...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

^^afkelsi -' - :'v: MOUWT;lG.4M BIEB jSTEAM MILLS Fine flotir, per ton Pollard), per bushel do,. per ion Bran, do. Oat8f per bushel Crushed do. Barley . Crushed do.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

' BOOT'A'tfl?.SHOK;MikER. .-Maker, *A* bega loin form ihe inhabi?afi*s oMVlt Gunibier. ihat he has now on Sale to 4WVV O he ;i* in^i^^inpr a I ' VefV ;3&«d^* 4i P»ic^s. All Offers'f for' WeW" Boot* -or ite| airs Will be punctually attended w. 12cm . ':???? . "'". ? ?'...." r _ - ? . ?? ,t-t;. ,-, G.. !'lL'--:SPR^G^ER^Bafe^ iP«s<r) J» * toi^pe^Dpor uui^i^'ie to Iff B^rdlr^^Vatch}''' ^Oific«*,^ifturris - his - itncere thanki«d%is triena« a^d itisiurtiers fur Wie Hbiral-ioppOrt Wbidli he has received %iucH i-iie OoiKni^ncfd: Business ? at1* the \iount,^uud ^il^o^very^endeavour.to mtrit-tfrconiiuu« attended to, smd custom 'ersiJcVved'st their own doorf. ^ J2fm , ' *'? i. - ?' ^ '" V" " '. n oti I S & STAR K;E , V* Builders, Can enters, Cabinet Makers, , "V\ Jiefriwri^lits, &f>, ; ' -ttsbola, J* ^^t&»&quaint their friends and Ik^iiUlic jien^^iy> ^av® c6mniencttt>ftJ8iness vltittiiabo?# Branches, and -hope bmeady ftMlien tion ari...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, perton ... - ;v ' .. X^. ^O .O Bran, per bushel -" .. " .. 1 0 18 Pollard, do. , .. 6 13; Oats do. .. .. 0 5 0v Barley do. " 0 0*' Charges to* crushing Is, per bushel. ; >

Publication Title: Border Watch
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