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SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM AMERICAN [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

sljn EEN DA YS 'LATER FROM AMERICAN Nfijfrfc sixieen days later from America has arf^ttJi Pensacola had been captured, alier ilifvhcnrs' bombardment. K othing tdtrtM^ !iad ri«k*n plac*^ o|r\ the Potomac, ucf8 -ff 1 opinion-^xpted between . ^^Han.^lJ'ilieyitlier'gelra.hj'and in the Cabibet, as; to "the ;propn bfwof immediate ? , atcii^n ; ^CieJlf^- ;Wai^Kdelay,.C''-riir, -American pieSaidtfeud tlieVcVl-ture of; tbe> co n: missioners»-~i\ig^3 Telegram. . , ; ; , '^ ''P ' - ^|iu^^0i;T AcCIDE^iy^UEEBSCUFP^ ^^^i^TtvpRO w bE^p»<S^»irday^ aliqut teno't'l«/Cklttibftforenopn;^iMMaryJoues< mtMrBis's in .IftW fan»i!y; pi^hismxcellt'ucy Sir rl^m^Barkly, ;wais; dVo»he|^l»iie bathiiig '.^'.wjijlany; wih I\1 isf»BariUy,who had also a jlifel'iew escape. The iiae" was flowing, a dangetous time to bathe, except to ;^jf..Jh.ortliward of the lower lighthouse. The hetjfjji ground swell sends ,in a rolling sea v*if tie ledge: rocks, as walTthe case yesU>r 40 j the flocd tide f...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
APSLEY RACES. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH (From our own correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

APSLEY RACKS. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH (From our own correspondent ) The following is the result of ibe races : - FIRST DAY, Tuesday 4tb. February. MAIDEN Plate? oj[20 sovs,, wiib.a sweep stakes of 3 sovs.-added. King Tom 1; Reindeer 2. Town Plate, of 40 sovs. with a sweep of 5 sovs added. Cosswck I ; Mystery 2. The Stewards' Parse, of 35 sovs. with a sweepstake of 5>sov3. added. Whaleboat 1 ; Mustang 2. Hack Stakes, 10 sots, with 2 sovs. entrance added. FairchilJ's Melbourne 1. SECOND DAY. Apsley St. Leger, of 40 sovs with 5 sovs entrance added. General Straan 1 ; Miss Crockfofi^2, Ladies'Purse, of 30 sovs. with a sweep* stake of 5 sovs. added . Cossack I, Frederick 2 Consohtion Stakes-Tramp 1 ; War den 2. Consolation Handicap, of 20 sovs, with 3 sovs. enfance added. Tran>p 1 ; Souter Johnny 2. Steeple Clicse-Sautrr Johnny walked o»cr,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ODDFELLOWSHIP.—ANNUAL DIS TRICT COMMITTEE, M. U. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

ODDFELLOWSHIP.--ANNUAL DIS .! THICT COMMITTEE* M.< U; j The - Annual Digit fct Comm;ttce of the Independent Order of Oddfelipws xinconuec ?.ion with ihe Manchester* Unity wjphoId in the Hope Lodge-Hoom, Norfolk Arrns^ Rundle street (instead.of at the Adelaide Lodge-ltnom, in consequence.of «n accident to Mr.arid Mrs.. Darling, of the Supreme Court Hotel),, on Tuesday, January 21,1 862, at lO.o'clock a. m, Preaeni-rG.M. Cox, D. G. M. Fiveash, C, S. Leaver, and ihe usual number of Delegatrti. The C. S* reatl the balance-sheet for thj past quarter, which showed ihp state of the funds to be as follows Widow and Orphans' Fund. £5,142 59, 6d ; Funeral Fund, £309 5s, 9d ; Special Widow and Orphans' Fund,£491 l4gt; showinga total worth of f »nda of £5 943 5s. 3d. The debtor side of the ba!ance-fchee< shows the disposal of the funds -Loans on mortgage, £4,865; cash in bank; £953 Os. lod.; cash in hand, £81 lOs*, District Fnnd in debt, £43 T4s. 5d.; making the total of £...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

LOCAL NEWS. i .We.atHKR-Whatever may be the deficiencies of Ibe present harvest tbe farmers have reason to be thankful io hat ing such a long course of fine weather to secure it. They are rot yet out of danger however. A shower of rain may fall any day or night, and we are sorry to see that the lesson of last year hes not been gene-' rally improved, and that so much of the crop is insufficiently protected. It is not during harvest, but daring the thrashing seas, n, that ihe farmert are likely to suffer los* and tnaj$? 0f them suffered an extent of loss last year, from the want of bams, and from the want of proper care, that might well make them afraid in future. jM THRA®HING MACHINE. - We would draw the attention of our Aaricu'tu. n lP. the Thrashiujr and wSI ',0hMr- Thr" neighbourhood. Thi, i8,ht machh.e. bich J*1?!. Pr,ze ®t the Agricultural Show in Melbourne, October Inst-it* average power is to thrash and dress one hundred bushels per honr, and this at very moderate charges. Alt...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TABACCY TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

THE TABACCY TREE. (Written for the Border" Watch by G.P.) He (ravelled briskly od for a couple of milesi taking great care not to leave the dray track-for the road was nothing more .-which wound east, west, north or south, according as its course was impeded by bogs, creeks, trees or falleti logs. At length a mob of forester kangaroo?, feeding at the foot of & hill he was about to descend,, at tracted his attention . Holy Vargin he ex claimed, mre (hin there's a lot of the rats Misther Walker told me about-as big as raeself, an* u walking ou their tails, faith an' I'll have a good look at them, so seating himself on an old log that promised a com fortable Beat--he watched them for same time, till something startling them, they all disappeared behird -some scrub,. He was about to resume his walk, when he observed a bird fly towards him and alight on a dead branch not more th u seventy feet above his head. This was one of those singular birds termed the brown king {fibers .by-...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORBER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1862. THE MEXICAN BONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1862. THE MEXICAN BONDS. 'ROBABLY few of our readers take roach iu :rest tn the affairs of a country so distant 3 Mexico, yet there has now arisen a uestion in connexion with that country avolving a principle of grave importance. ;'be British people appear to be the credit jrs of every state in the world which re quires to borrow money. Even Mexico iaB its national debt and its public creditors. Events have shewn that the purchase of government stock is not always a safe in* estment, for nations, as well as individu al*, sometimes endeavour to repudiate their Jebts when they cannot pay them. Risks of this sort, however, are the outlook of those who cl.oose to run them. When peo ple lend their money to national or private - borrowers, they do so on their own respon sibility, and must not be expected to be indemnified by their own government nheu they lose it. When the state of Pensylva* nia about twenty years ago, repudiated i...

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 — 14 February 1862

Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER: STEAM MILLS fine flour., peur ton * Pollard, per bushel ![[ do. per ion Bran,, do. ... Oats, per bushel < .. Crushed do. ' r' Barley Crushed do. £ s. <1 12 10 o 0 " l 3 ; 5 0 0 0 13 ..060 . 0 6 0 ... 0 5 0 .. 0 6 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desitable that communications should be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anony mous com munications. All articles sent for insertion mast be authenticated by the naflie and address of the writer-not as a " sine qua non " fi r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspordents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. Frequent disappointments occurring to our "friends, who only requiring copies occasionally of the 41 Border Watch/' delay asking for them until perhaps every one id sold. We would respectfully suggest then, that our non* Subscribers give notice not later than Tues day, 3 p.m., of what number they require and ey shall be duly forwarded*. Our terms the future will be er Quar.er. paid io advance .. 6s. fid. J. do. on Credit ... 7s. 6J ogle Copy .. 6d

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine "Flour, per ton .. .. £12 10 Bran, per bushel .. .. 0 1 Pollard, do, .. 0 1 Oats do. .. ., 0 5 Barley do. .. 0 0 Charges lo' crushing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

OUR POST-OFFICE. SINCE it has become publicly known that Mr. Crouch had tendered his resignation of Postmaster, many and fervent hopes have been expressed, that if the Post-office was not amalgamated with the Telegraph Station, it would be made a separate and distinct office —and not handed over to another Storekeeper. The generally expressed opinion of those most interested in the future arrangements, are decidedly adverse to attaching it to the Telegraph Station, but more particularly against its being removed to another store; they argue that as there is shortly to be two deliveries within the week, it will require the undivided attention of one in   dividual; that handing in or receiving out letters among customers for tea and sugar is not only inconvenient, but subject to loss and delay —parties frequently go with a packet of letters or documents of importance and for the weight of and properly stamp ing, they have to refer to the Storekeeper or his assistant, the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

MARRIED. On the 8th inst., at Mount Gambier, by the Rev. H. T. Burgess, Mr. Hermann Bruest, to Miss Catherine McLoud, both of Mount Gambier.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

BOOT AND SHQE M£KE£. i i; c AREliCBKB, Boot a^d-Shoe ! IMtaker, . begs to! inform the Tnliabfcants;*pf M t Gambier, that li^ lias now:on.Sa'e in' the-pre tnises adjoining Mr.-1 .Iohn< Tuite^s Store, a j Large Assortment of:- Colonial and E-vg'ish i Boo 8 ahd^Sboes, of the best-description, y^liich .Price*? \ : All Orders -for New Boote, or Repairs will | be punctually; attended, to. _ 12cm GH. SPRINGER, ; Baker,i LPusiry * Cook,v&jbj/ (^ext,JDoor but One.' to the ** Border Watch ''; Office,} returns his sincere thankslo his-triendsand customers for the liberal support which he has received since ha commenced Business at the Mount, and will ase every endeavour to merit a continue ance of the same. ' Orders punctually attended to, and custom ers served .at their own doorg. l2fm ' . " , , %i ,>i i.i i. . '*. > ? O X LIS & STARKE, Builders, Carpenters,, Cabinet Makers, i ......!> ,">S heelwr.ijsht^,&c., >'v I^enola, \ " Beg to acquaint t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

KP1T0ME OF NEWS. IMPROVED REAPING MACHINE.-The Adelaide Observer has the following: We have seen drawings of an improved reaping machine, which, we understand, Mr. God tee,.of Tungktllo, intends to patent.. So far ns we noticed, the principal im provements consist in on ingenious mechai nical atrang me'U, by which the machine may be depressed, so us to brirg ilie comb a? clove as may be desired to the ground, to wliich it will still run parallel, retaining a slight elevation in the front of tliie teeth, and a contrivance by which, the beaters catch the corn-ears upon an edged and not on a plain surface, as in ordinary machines CROSSING, VEGETABLES.---We find the following record of a successful experiment, : in crossing the conitnon pea willi the broad . bean, in our recent fi es of colonial journals. It seem* -worthy the attention of our horti culturists " Mr. Baram, of Sandy Creek, 1 Tarrengower, has succeeded in a curious experiment of crossing in vegetables, having procured a cr...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TABA[?]CY TREE [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

.JllK TAB AC CY TR£E f\Yii*t*n for the Border Watch by G.P.) \ lie had ua.ki'd a <>wy um»*, as lit: t>u}» j»o cd in a stu i.ln iiirenion, I tit in »ealiiy ill a wi<Je ci'tle without dist-oicring liis whereabouts, « hrit »uddt*nh a 3' ung calf started hj» Iron) a bunch 0! Urns, and com pitciitd It-llon :»»g fmioiHv os it 1 an of}. The calf's cries were immedia'ely answered, .and Phelim, looking tip, saw tohis groat consternation, a blackcow cogiing/8trai»bt for him at a very raj i i rate, with head erect; and dilated eye evidently in a state of great .excitement. Now though Phelim had frequently heard of the advisability of always taking the bull by the horns, lie ad mitted in his momentary thought that an. exception was a proof of the rule, e?pe»i ally as thin was no hull at all, but a cow and a score or so "of other cattle were close following her, all evidently coming to the rescue .of the calf. Before he was well aware of what lie had# done* '^.tyelim ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

FOR SAT E,fct West Adden Farm, near the Old Pump, 2U0fT^o i( oih Ewes.Ueayy in Lamb 900 FuilriQouih Ewes, heavy in Larob. Expected tb Lamb in May, " Terms easy. For further particulars apply to , THOM AS VAIJSE, 4V'2 JCifop Drop. SAbDL ERY, HARNESS. 1 4/T GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. J'HEINEMANN, Saddler and Harass . Mnkar, in Thanking the Inhabitants of Mount GambieV and viciuity for the Liberal Patronage he has hitherto enjoyed, begs to inform them, (hat TO SUIT THE TIMRS, he is nov prepared to offer his newly imported valuable Stock of Saddlery of every descrip tion at ' 1 ^GUEAlXy REDUCED PRICES, and hopes for a continuance of their favors. The following prices will speak for themselves . without,any further comment: - Saddles ftom . .. £8 to £9 Spring-cartllaness from £6 to £8 Cart Harness from ,. £5 to JE8 10s Plough Harness >. £6 per pair " .» ' A Large Assortment of-Whips, Spurs, Ladies' . Side Saddles and Horse clothing always en haod. Observe the'address, J. HEINEMAOT, Saddl...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RAPE OF THE MUMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

RAPE OF TH E MtJMMY. The fclackfellbw cilicised Was by all fully prized Over the district no ransom could buy it, The settlers unanimous issue their fiat; No stranger dare try it, Or ever come nigh it, Attempts to remove it would soon cause a riot. Confusion and vengeance created a din, The mummy was gone, what a shame, what a »in ! The ranger was flying, police were. at. work. To arrest the accomplished disciple of Burke, They hurry pell>mell : To good J)r. Wehl ' For a warrant to seise on the cilicised shell; Each corner and dell Were searched very well, Till at length it was found in a Gambier hotel. Poor Craig, broken hearted With the blackfellow parted As quick with the prize the Crown Rauger departed; Bu*, not to be thwarted He swore they, would smart it. And off to the lawyers he hurriedly started. Laughably Was the cast Merry t lie gravest face. Punning mitt jibing (he baristers fought, As each in the :omesqf authority sought - A precedent suitable Plain and immutable, In...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BENEVOLENCE [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

: BENEVOLENCE She came from the skie8 like an angel of light ^Antf the hoiise of affliction rejoiced at the . ' 9'gl»t j " As s1ie *hed o'er tl 'e p&llet of sickness a ray, Thai chanp'd the deep gloom into hope's ." cheering day. "Where .the spectre adversity, gaunt, stern, fever?, ? Flaps his death-burdened. pinions and I oisons 'lie air, . She came-and ihe parched lipfc of want again snti'ed, As she soothe 1 swelling g'ief, and each dark thought.beguiled.. She came where tlie children of poverty glid s O'er you*h*s slippeiy day, without teacher or guide: . ; . And. the. flung wide die portals of learning's rich store, /? .. That .he child of the cottage might enter, though poor. - : She look'd to those temples of wretchedness where, . .. ... -...,. ] turners'd in, their guilt, lie'-the.3bung and t'ie."fair 5 Then on \yinus of coir passion she hastened . to save, ?' . s . The vic'im of vice fron? heir infamous gmve* "She entered the cells where thn criminals . groan, '' .. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Poetry. AN EPISODE OF PENOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

AN EPISODK OF PkNOLA. * Of all'strange ihin,s we liear, "TPrcim balloons to spirit rapping, There's nothing'can compare To a Bullock Telegraphing. - 'Twas* in the afternoon, When every one was quiet, The Telegraphic Boss, He heard a dreadful riot. He just popped out his head - With-4' What do you requ'ro V 41 Is it letters that you want?" " Or the use of the office wire ' Whfn to his surprise? Instead of a human being- . A horrid head and horns Was all that h? was seeing., r Boss pave a loud alarm, - . ' The neighbours to astonish, And then proceeded to ^ v ,! The animal admonish. How dare you walk in thus, The fine, u it i» one. hundred The beast he bellowed out While this horrid threat was thundered Now out your w ay you steer, . Oxonians of your class Are not admitted here So outside you must jars. : No 1.1 bulls are not admitted, TKoVyou bfiCii tpaake 'em, V, - Al! .Government officials Never ure mistaken. Say9 Wiies--" What do.yon. r.-am V For me you shan't abuse, .' -I wish,''...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE "NORTHERN STAR" AND MR. THOMAS REYNOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

the NORTHERN STAR" AND MR. ^ THOMAS REYNOLDS. The Advertiser has heated its readers to as itice a bit of sprcial pleading as we ever met with, the action for -libel brought by the Honorable; gentleman again»t Mr. G. M. Allen, proprietor of the Northern Star, has terminated in an acquittal of the defendant, and wiW'thiffrerdict the Advertiser isdis satisfied, though at the same time does not with any harm to the.editor of the Northern Star, asserting that, " Wt^are not writing .gainst the editor of that paper," Who is the editor writing against? The Jury? good -and as a consrqttence he is writing on behalf of Mr Reynolds, the late Treasurer. It is difficult t«» understand wha pur contemporary wishep, but so far as we dare venture an opinion, it would appear that rather than the late Treasurer should . receive " a death-blow to bi« political reputation" he (the. editor) would have submitted to a> verdict involving great pecuniary loss, if not utter ruin, to th" bu tines1, and prosp...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST, 1862. THE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH, WHERE IS IT? [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

THE > Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 1862. SHE EPISCOPALIAN CHURGH^ " %;V:;WHEB'E IS IT? It is at all limes easier lo ask a question tbansolve one, and therefore it would have been more readily answered had the ques* lion been " The Episcopalian Church where isj it not." Why not at Mount Gambier-most decidedly-there was some lime back a representative at Penola, and one at fGuicben Bay, the former thirty miles, the latter eighty miles distant from Mount Gambier, true, the Reverend Gentle man at Penola occasionally visited the Mount, ostensibly once a month, but in re* ality ''like angels visits, few and far be tween/ an interval of six or seven weeks frequently occurring, until the Minister at Gutchen Bay being promoted, the one at Penola was removed to Guicben Bay, and a populous, extensive district left un provided, uncared for. With whom rests the bl»me? many will reply *'the Bishop to be sure, he was ap* jointed to look alter these matters, and awarded...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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