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THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY OTH, 1862. POLAND AND HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 January 1862

FRIDAY, JANUARY VOth, 1862. .POLANPj AND HUNGARY. Tbh present attitude of these oppressed nationalities-and it is remarkable that tliej * should both present ifce same spectacle-is one of the congest sights which has ever been known. Foiitd in so many great efforts to recover freedom, yet animated by the spirit of independence, the Poles and Hungarians ere now maintaining a front and passive resistance to their oppressors which takca more of the dignified aod sublime than'' almost anything recorded in their annals." They are not in opeo revolt, tliey even care fully refrain from Plots and nonspir^lies, bosom to the shafts of the tyrant, and yet calmly and sternly refuse to' recognise his authority. Whetherthis re markable attitude be dictated by the mounr-^ ful resignation of despair, or by a wjse an.4 enlightened.expediency, it is ccftainly one of the most notable s'gtis of the times. It 'ib'ay be that their longing after immortality, .-^ifce immortality of independence-is as arden...

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

COLONIAL NOMENCLATURE. IT has frequently been a matter of deep regret—we had almost said disgust—at the constant recurrence of inappropriate names given to new villages, or towns, in the vari- ous colonies of Australia. Some excuse may be made for the original settlers of New South Wales, but there is none for the colonists of South Australia. They are of a different class, and being better educated, ought to have evinced a purer taste, great as the desire naturally may be in all men to perpetuate the names of places in their native country, or by adopting the title of some distinguished in- dividual keep up the remembrance of great or glorious deeds—yet there is, or at least should be, a limit to this laudable desire. We submit that in naming a new locality, re- ference should be made to some great fea- ture or peculiarly in the same, and in most cases, not all certainly, the Native Names, especially of South Anstralia, will be found   very euphonious, at any rate more...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

i N ) T I C E. . XN" FUTU III} all Frei^W« mua' he-naiA^» J** before the'Go'ida leavvi ha Bay. * EDWARD FRENCH;: , -. Agent. ;! . 1st November; 1801. 2&e * " ? . NOTICE. ?? BRIGHT good Shearers wanted at Bendira S2j to replace the number »that>*ere?dU charged on ChVisimaa Morning on account of their religious feelings. None but' first'? c ass hands need apply. " 6-9 / W- LQlUMER. »11E South East era District- ltifliiAff^. i ci&iion Matches,will ifnke place- on iht 19ih and 20h EEBUUAfta&..., , Instead at 7th and 8th.laatia«T. 1803. A. J. BIRK& HOuStC. : TO SETTLERS AND GUARDIANS.? . LOOK AT THW! , A GENTLEMAN of considerable Exp4« /jL. rieuce in Tuition of the NitfyeYouih} solicits ab Engagement a* a llysiJem fu or. Having first cla&s Teslimontal5t-hi««ti'i^^tti>'M of suidy embrace* an ex'ensive bbufjte", ii.jtiuct'on in ail the Brail;h»;» ofan£n0.i ard Commercial Education. - Fur add re* apply by letter to J.L" at th^ office ofthe Borde...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSHED. From the "Hamilten Sepectator." [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

. - -B U S.H E D , Spectator. l^as oife'diPnosemiserable deluded diga geri who io the year f53 were induced to iu^offio'tlie ]Goufburn swindle, although I a claim on ForestCreekthat was pacing over a pound a day then, and wbjch/if I, bad it now. would make my everlasting pile; but every one was talking Wallow sinking.and the big lobs of theGoalburn River, and so off I went. It was about September or October-when I got ttbei^» ind' I die! not fctop Ibng. Isoon i^w'ilatHlitiplace^ duffer. I ?irolied about for a couple'of days, watching the bottoming pf shicer {after shiver, and. without sticking a pick iu the ground myself, I began to make arragements - for toddling. I fell in with a man named Fred. 1 Sever knew bis other namr; although 1 was working as mate withhim for a .year after* 'He called me Bill--I cnlied biiij Fredj and. .we never bothered OurseNes'further^boijt ^ach other; amd perhaps, by theway, that is the reason'that we never had a single aiftgry w.ard, and parted the bes...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

IRELAND. It is gratifying to lay before our readers the following; proof of the progress of "Ould Ireland " giving promise that ahe arill agaio be ** First gem of the Ocean»' " Tbe pride of the sea." Lord C arlisle draws a cheerful find en couraging picture of the present state of Irclsudt In the course of a speech h« d«» livered at the dinner of the j iris!) Agricultu*. ra! Society,, he asserted that the sister king dom has never exhibited su ch an exemption from general crime, from political agitation, or ..from physical distress attid privation, a* thai which she now enjoys. > In 4841, the extent of latld umJer tillttge or in meadows and pasture wan l3,OOL),OOOacreB: iit 1881 it was upwards ol 15.000,000 acres. -The value of the live stock 20 years ago was 21,000,000; it is now 33,000,000. Dur«* ing the last ten years the property rated to the poor had increased nearly a -million in value, while the.expenditure for the relief of the poor, had decreased' f.rom 1,150,000/ in 185...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

u .. . tfftWS.;; - , I - -U''! . ^ *.' u ' TKCfffASD £aT8D &BORiii09 A<&J$V M®ii people-will reinenibdP&e yarn,Cir culated tbreeorfqu ry ear s; agfo . conce the existence of& tribe of. coppery colored*/.? bald-pated -natives somewhere io the nor*' tuern districts. l!his roysterioua tribc were said to be ih possession of large! l^inps of gold, which tbey: werereadyto «ch®rige for trinkets of iriflin£ value* We find the report is now revived by -the Ipswich correspondent of a Sydney .paper* as followsMr. J. W7 Stock ibiw jostv given me some-particulars respecting--a-. tribe of aboriginal " Albinos," one of whom i? residing on Gulnarberi Theyare yellow colored with conical-shaped head*, aud wholly devoid of hair, "with the exception of a very small tuft fit ihe lowest cerebellum, jusi orer the backoftheneck. As some persons are undeMlifcipjjiression that they are a collectiuti of bport* of nature, singled out from different families, and permi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE GOLD DIGGINGS OF NOVA SCOTIA. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

' . I ... THK GOLD DIGGINGS OF NOVA SCOTIA. t (From the Times,) The advices frora Halifax by the Cunard steamer on Tuesday are rather important as regards the' gold discoveries in Nova Scotia. The extent and richness of the deposits and their probable influence oo the future of the colony, appear scarcely yet io have been appreciated ou this side* The present mail brings ft report made, by Mr. Joseph if owe, the provincial Secretary, to the Governort Lmd Mulgr&ve, which en courages teiry favourable anticipations The existence of gold .in Nova Scotia was unsuspected till 1860r when some particles ,were lound, atid < caused an excitement Which proved but temporary, the quantities being unrcmuiierative. Iq March la^t, however, a man, stooping to drink at a brook in the neighbourhood of the Tangier river, saw a piece of. gold - shilling in * the'" pebbles, and, searching, fopod more. locality, which islforiy miles eastward of i Huiifax, was most favourable far mining ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY l7TH, 1862. [?]DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

THE ?"Published evi^. Fridaymorning. FRIDAY, JANUARY l 7TH, 1863. , "DISTRICT COUNCILS! "We ttusi that our readtTshsve carefully ^ eoniied>Dver, the reports of the meeting held last Wednegday evening, on this subject, at the Fanners' Inn,Mount Gambier. And imderthatiinpression we shall out enly aiilse'-» few remarks, but venture ail opinion on the question generally. . Local Taxation/ followed by Local expenditure, is orse of !he gr'eateet boons to atnail communities, we assume to be sell evident, local waotsexbibiied by lotfal au« jW?iai«>n,~audj supplied by prinpt local rented ice are ihe r«*ults. While families congr?va?e together, there, are continually certain defrrts to.be removed, (oiriforis to be ; granted ; ar d this can best; be effected by; the appointuieni of paint taking-'neigh. tour-loving, moderately dUinter^siedmen. ^Moderately disinterested we say, (or *» line of the speaker* at the above named tnmitig-troly rcmaiked, " we are all more -or k#» -selfish, weiy t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. (For young Readers.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

!? GEOGRAPHICAL ENIGMA. ' , y (For young Readern.) A town in Leicestershire- England, neap : which was fought . great battle, which -: resulted in'the death of *'..great tyrant! J A ([roup of Islands in the Northern Ocean, .object to Great Britain. The snialleflt ooonty in England; ' A River in Seo' land-r e ndered clcssical through the ?train? of anativepoet.,- ^ A town in the Norihoflreland, the birth' place ofadistinguiihed authoress. A city and aeapotl of Ho'land-the birth . place of Erasmus. 4 Tillage in Belgium, where a moat celebrated battle waa fought. A town in Spam famed for its rich mines of quicksilver. v : A town in Greece-once a famous city. A city , in Prussia, being the place-where a favnrit#;perfume i« manufactured. . An ancient .city of Germany-famous for its University and the magnificent ruin3 of its . Castles. The initials of the places if properly guessed and placed in rotation asalwve, will give the name of oae of our Suuih Australian journals. Honnt Gambier, ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LATE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

THE LATE INQUEST. We owe an apology to our ruder* for Rot 1 inserting the following earlier, but ia our anxiety to copy the proceedings in exit-mo, we delayed until the Ael«n« Coroner had goae home, and were therefore un«ble to procure a copy until hta return from Port land.. ProceeJin:'* of the inquest- held by A. H. Hobbv E*q.f J.P., Acting Covone'r. on (he lata MalcolmXiviu^eioiv at the Court How, Mount Garobier, on*ber 27ib Dee., JMIl,assisted by the .following jury : - Messrs. J, 0" Tnite, foreman, W. Dawao'n/Ale*. Mitchell, 11, Hail, h Sutton jwn, Hi Normatij A; 1£. Varby, Finlay M'Kay, H. Carter, A. Wallace* /. Heinneman, W. Crnser. The juryhaying been dily yirotn pro ceeded to Vie* the body at tfce deceased's residence, and o» their return the fallowing paniea gave their evidence Sergeant .Young ot tfie Moonted Police, stationed at Mount Garabier,1 deposed thai at balf-pwt 8 o'ciocSj that morning here* ceived information that M«lc©lmLiviugsion was dead. He immediately went l...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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To the Editor of the Bender Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

To ihe 'Eiitor Gf &ie Bender Watch. Sir.-In the abstract. t am not opposed to the r^'i'jon/to HiVExceJJprcy, the Governor, frrlbe rroflniration rf Mount Gambier and ; it? neigh bosuybend.aii (i District, I. believe tbat tKore are many hen I interests which <r©«M be far beHw i>Jended tp by a District Council, tfianbythe Government, Who are, in jg'eneraf* totally ignorant ofonHWant*.' 3ot 1 do most emphatically object to the v**y in »hkh >his n«igbb30Thr0d bat taken ojvthe maffer j to ihc one sided partial man ner in vbicb it convenes meetings, adopts re« .olrnion^ and ele^t# councillor*. '-A ^ j|oa^;-3:is'plaaed-in tome prominent pp»ifton; atatinp that a meeting will be held to eomsidertheconductgof the Government in decaying to an««r«t a j-eiition of some kind or another. Thereto no name attached to saeh placstd, ijopreofthat it is genuine, save the Vffuai ftar«.?iTent <hat-it was printed atynur office. Atoee'inft not- convened in s legal wsr, esn...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. From our Own Correspondent. Adelaide, January 11, 1861. AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM ENGLAND. From our Own Correspondent. » . Adelaide, January 11, 1801. AMERICAN WAR. The American Federalists have captured the forts at Port Royal, and effected a land ing at the important toarn of Beaufort. A* a set off to ibis success tbey have im lainrd a most disasirous defeat at Leesbury, on the Upper Potomac, tb»ir reported logs amounts to 800 caeu killed and wounded. The battle rag«d furiously on both aide*, death or victory ftuimaiiug I he combaiauts, who, it appears, were heraraed in, retreat being impracticable* President Lincoln hasiissued orders to and employunofit for ail fugitive »lave* Ironi the Secessionists or Southern States. ROM E, Kicasoli the Italian Minister, wh<> suc ceeded Count Carour has published hi? plan fo r the st-luiion of \\>z Roman diffi culty. Tbe consequences of it# re jection-he lefnsed to be answerable. THE NHW GOVERNOR. Sir .Dominic Daly was entertained at a Dinner by tbe Reform Club prior to hi* embarkin...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. In *fcing sj>ace for the insertion of Letters tmitt-be distinctly anderstood, lint wr co not th»refor« identify ourseires with, thf apinioai expressed. Our columns .rropeji; to both sidesof any quest ion, pro vided raod^ratbu ia observed, sad personal!* tie* ajroided. . v

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

^raich' : f<$!rVA I?*®"* - modern writer* has lately, in '«P|f*l^ni manner possible, charac . Jj^dj^frrnaTe occupation '»> great repote, "'^wrti onprofit tble. employ ment of hefr^*irop1ytbe mere catting of Weajjft mntfn fbMfitfpurpose ofs-wjnr* them . : Jf An,«i^up«<ioo wfcos* result fs. a JBjffoefctrraiprand ;b«tfttfiil ftatnr*, .Keforiffl. br «* preau authority as waetess it* flies* ttt$la^-deyv,*t»et may be* aaldof «i» <KCBpt»Jon l» \hlfh «ant " «f profit ft nrit coo nter«y either h&an%y..op vatne 1 AfterWtme consideration j t fre);tonad JfrWfa> Jinat in"«y opinion the - warn»w ln-*bt^' poihe Mount > ©amhfer JMstftet roW<imbein$ e*ec»ted ia ©ra p%e* wltlfe fhe/pmfet'fcB' denocmced by .ike wrfWreferredtft. objectionable cliartfel«r i» taken for the ;]R#r : po«f> of filling up holes in |b» road. Dramas* ' . la aatitot which evidently baa never sis yet «fifer^into'tWgovernmenf system of toad ipaHwy. .. TftaTHf which fc...

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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

Markets. MOUNT G A M BIER STE AM M ILLS. Sine flour, per tori ". ., 12 J Pollard, ptrhuehe) ; 0 13 do. p« lor, .. 5 0 j0 Bran, doi .. ... 0 1 '3 Oats, pe? bushel . . n'fi O Crushpd do, .. I {j « 5ar,f>. . ., . .. ... 0 5 0 Crushed d®j ... : q 6 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

?BOOT ANI> SHOE MAKER. RBINEKE, Boot and Shoe Maker, 1% ..be&sHo inform ihe inhabi'ants ot Mt obier, that be has noy? on Sale in the pre ujidjoinibg »'oho TyU*'s ®Jore' ? e "A«BOiime«i «t Colonial.and E»gljSh lU ? ''"'LtiA:^L^ *1* n ItAtti ^aDAVliriiflin.^lllPn jr-t ; H. SPRINGER. Baker, Pasirj ^VM. Cuokr&c.,'(Nexi Door but One to : aT " Bursar -Watch " OfficVO return* hi* , w ff nHf> Durnur/ n * v . > »*, thanks taJbis friends and eusumera lor /Vt&C. liberal su'ppott which he hay received since ' 4frfce. comrotnced^Businesa at the. Mount, and i.v etity'eudeawut, to.jntrit a continue -4.*^Ai>ce oi" tb© same. ' \ '>'V T^)v'd^V«^«iKlwUv attended to, tnd> cu^loii) v *".*. »<>i«i?8,i£!their dootF,: l2fn» Wilkl.O X%1 x. A.. S.T A R K E.. . . . JMtdri», entm, Cabinet Makers, psjtlC^ ' v . KyZ \' M heeiwriphts, &c., h$®rr^V-'V ' Penola, K friends and thejubHc thw 'bt-v have cuaunenct-d business E|«>^'Br»flches» anil hope t'...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

^TO CO#kE8PpNDENTS. It is desirable «h#t eo»iriunicatiqn8 should be short end pithy;,; ]enKiI.»y>vajrtic!es do not suit oorspaee; matters of local interest ore most acceptable. No notice can be tektp of anonymous com-* munications. . j.;' All oriielfa sent for insertion must be authenticated by the name and adflrew of the "writer-not as a " sinequa nbn " fiT publica tion) but as a guarantee of good faith. Garrespordent* at« particularly requested to write en one side of the paper only. C% IMS received-tl:e treasure haltv arid persons are confounded, our contributor bad .better-try again, ' E. C.-"While thankhg|||lf eorreapdndent for his contribntion/wemust press upon him the necessity of attending i6 Orthography and writing legibly-in which case we. shall be happy to hear from kirn frequently; will he send us another copy, ^ Frequent disappointments' occurring to our friends, who only requiting copiespccasionaWy of the "Border Watch/' delay asking for ihem until perhaps every one...

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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

TICTORIA STEAM MILL8. Fine Flour, ,p«r ton \. ..'£12 10 0 I Bran, f»«r batthtl .. 0 1 8 I Pollard; .do, . . .. 0 1 3 Oats do. .. .. 0 5 0 Barley- do. .. 0 0 0 | Charges fo«- crushingls, per bushel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

CONUNDRUMS. When the Queen is angry what order of merit does she Veprf sent * rihio were the first astrologers? PRELIM IN A RY BUT ' IMPORTANT NOTICE. f MOUNT GASIBKII1 IAKD. jK)RTY«SEVEN THOUSAND ACRES. IT* REENfc WAD HAM {have been .in . VJ" strutted by C. B. Fisher, E-»q, to sell by private contract, tho whole of the MOUNT SCHANCK ESTATE, ,, containing FORTY-SEVEN THOUSAND ACRES* an4 comprisiajf soine of-th« PIN EST LAND i« the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. - -This valuable Property will be sold in SfiCTlO^f8 or BLOCKS TO SUIT Pni'-CQASERS. TERMS EASY., . CASH OR CREDIT. ^ PLANS ere in course of preparation, which, wic)i further, particular* may |be shortly obtained at tlve offices of the AUC» TIONE*r5. The plana will also be forwarded to the principal Towwshipa of-the Colouy lor distribution* SEE FUTURE ADV ERTLSE ttENTS. LONG CREDITIF REQUIRED. INTEREST NOMINAL. 3»tc TRV"EJ«LER'Si BEST, ALLANDALE. WT. D AY takes. this opportunity of. « info>iniDg gentlemen travelling to and from MaCd...

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GUICHEN BAY. January 13th, 1862. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 January 1862

GUICHEN BAY. January 13th, 1862. (From a correspondent.) The sale of the wrecks and cargo on Tues day lest went off remarkably well, the wool in particular sold very high, in fact, «ome lute realised over the price given prior to its being shipped. The principal buyers were merchants from Melbourne. The wreck of the " Alma " s<*ld for ,6490 with all copper ore, and that of the Lmugstone tor £460, be sides £8C0 for the copper ore &c. in fier, in all, the proceeds of the sale amounted to over ! £39,000. On Saturday night, the 4th inst., about a quarter past eleven, a very severe shock of an earthquake was for a few seconds felt, and made all the houses tremble while it lasted, it appeared to have travelled from the eastward, as a noise like that of distant thunder was distinctly heard from that quar- ter just before the tremor was felt. A streak of black cloud running from East to West was observed. No damage I am happy to state has resulted from the shock. AH avail...

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