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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

General News. j DISTILLATION - Ministers have announced i in the Legislative Assembly thi»t they will pro ! pose, at at eaily day, resolutions in favour of I ilie imposition of a duty on spirits disulled iu the colony, with a view lo eucourngc the distil i lation of the damaged grain or which there was I so much in the colonv Ujis season. The duty I to be proposed, it was h?i)>ed, would be smaller j than the import doty levied on spir>:s. The | .proposition seamed to. be received with some | favour iu the House.-Argus. 1 FORGERIES.-A ciicumstauce came Io light yesterday which crea'ed a considerable auount of gossip aud no small excitement io coramer-. ciei circles. At every corner the topic of con., j ?ersa»ion was the negotia ion of certain bills by I a well-known sharebroker, the signature or signatures to which wee, it was alleged, forge« ries. The amount of the bills, four or five in number, is variously computed. A geutleman, an attorney, cashed -wo bills the two for £75,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. The Officers and Brethren of Court Ma:iao, Mount Garabier, opened a new Court on April 6th, 1861, at host Lick's, MacdonntOl Bay hotel. After ihe business of the Court was done, the officers and brethren of Cour» Marian and Court Phoebe sat down to an ex cellent supnef prff?iTrd id'wltieh the worthy brethren did ample justice. After the cluth was drawn, the chair was taken by Brother S. D. Mansell, C.R.; the vice-chair by Brother H. Smith, S.CR. The usutl' loyal toasts were given, " The Queen," "Prince Albert and the Roval Family," " His Excellency Sir R. ' G. Macdonnell," Patron of the ")rder, with F F.. **The Ancient Order of Foresters," u The District Officer* »' with F.F., "The Heahh of Miss Pheebe Germein," patroness of ihe Court, drank wish Court honors, 4,The Widow's and Orphan's Fund," " The Realih of the Executive Coun cil of jhe High Court of Foics'ers," drank with F.F., " The Btalihof Ihe worthy Surgeon, Brother E. Well!,'' drank with F F.,-'Th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
English News. ITALY. TALL OF GAETA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

English News. ITALY. TALL OF GAETA. Our last number announced ihat the Sardi* nianshad been enabled by the dep&rtuie of '.lie French fleet to blockade Gaeta, and that their preparations for the bombardment were in so advanced & sf ate that the reign of King Francis might be considered ?t an eud. Ail is now over. Gaeta has fallen. This is the great event oi the month. Oaibo 7«h of February, a shell f^om the Piedroontese lines blew up not only a powder megazine in Gaeta, but also the reserve store of projectiles. The shock was felt by a French vessel six {piles out at sea; a spectator in the neighbourhood says that the tpectacle was something horrible, and reminded him of Pliny's account of the eruption of Vesuvius that overwhelmed Pompeii. General Ciaidina instantly ordered all firing to cease, although, not many days before, truce g-anted on occa sioD oi tt smaller exptosion ai one end of the Philippstadt Battery had been faithlessly used for repair of the walls. Med...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. Flour, fine, per ton cf 2,0001b?., atihe Port, bags included Wheat, in town Wheat, at I lie port, for 1,000 bushel ^ol®, with out bags Bran, per bushel of 20 lbs. at the Port, bags included .......... Fjllard, per bushel of 20 ? Bay, per ton . Do, pressed, at ihc I'ort, per ton Oats, Cape, per bushel of40 lbs., without bags Do., fine vrhiie, per bu shelof 40 lbs., without bags Ba»lev, Cape, per bushel of 501 b? ..without bgs. Barley, En-Jish, finr, per bushel of 50 lbs., without ha<rs Wall, per busucl '15 )5 0 16 10 0 6 7 0 0 O G '0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 t 0 12 0 14 2 15 0 5 0 4 10 0 4 15 i) 0 3 0 0 3 3 0 4 6 0 5 6 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 9 0 0 10 0 uomin.i).

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

PUBLIC MEETING. At a public meeting held al the Farmers' Inn, in connection with the annual Ploughing Match, on Thursday evening, April 20th, Mr. T. Williams was voted into the chair. It-was moved by Mr. G. Wyatt, seconded by Mr. J. Harmer-That a committee be appointed to draw up resolutions, t" be sub* mitted to a public meeting on Thursday evening, May 2nd.-Carried unanimously. It was moved by Mr. Heinaman, seconded by Mr. Haukios-That Messrs. T. Williams, J. Harmer, J. Williams, J. Ccck, G. Wyatt, W.Paltridge, A. South, G: Borg, J" Hawkins, Harvie, Shelton, and ike mover be appointed the above committee.-Carried. It was moved by Mr. J. lia:mer, seconded by Mr. Heioainan-That au advertisement in the ''Border Watch " and 50 band bills be printed, calling the said meetirg. Carried. It was agreed that the committee meet at the Farmeis'Inn on Tuesday ev.;n»ng, and that a deputation wait upon Mr. Shelion, the Secretary, requesting his attendance.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

rEOUSLDBD ai Peaala. Yi .E._Butro*s Pouadkeeiv»r.-One white heifer. ;io viaiofe "" brand; one red heiier, no visible W- id. If oot claimed, will be syld April 21), loGi, at noon. ? IMPOUNDED at Sprngs. Hunt Gambler. JairesSteio, Pouati^e per. O.ie chesuut mare, like MO coajoiaed near s!io'«f.lc-, IlT near fliigh; one gref (illy, like MC conjoined near shoulder; one bay gelding, like M*J near shoulder; one black gelding, blotch near shoulder. Fo off shoulder; one bay mare, blolcji - with It under near shoulder, f.ul at foot; one black mare, star, white* hiud feet, like £3 near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold Apiil 29, !8Gl,atnoon. JUST RECEIVED AT FIDLElt & WEBB'S WHOLESALE & RETAIL GENERAL STOilE, * MOUNT GAMBIER, J^" E V FRENCH M E RI 0 E3. NEW FANCY and PLAIN WINCEYS. NEW FLOUNCED ROSES. NEW MANTLES, ' ia great fat ieLy. I NEW SHAPES in LADIES* FSLT HATS, | NEW STOCK of RIBANDS, FLOW lilts I BLONDS, LACES, aa4 LACS FALLS, j NEW TRIMMINGS, i ol every desc ij-...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. (From the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

NEWrfcRALAND. | (from lh« ?* Amm^ Via Syrtnty, we have new* from Tarauafci lo the 23rd till. - The Waikatoe have made a prn^pitin np« treat from Te< At it, after ffgbttog bmviiffijr lbs three dava and nights* It it ivporw that Wirema Kingi baa submitted, ovingto lbo retirement of kit southern allies.- The general - iinpreiMon seems to be that the warisftaii cod. On Saturday, the 10th, the aet£v* . rations resulted against lite enemj^ffce ai** vioas day were coitimoed vigorously *nW ?* ?: late boar. There wos a riwrt paste aftW%*n« net, but soon after dark the thonJeirof horst* ing shells and raking i<faoi broke ihaelleneeof, the nighty as ihejr carried «? the terrible warnings of their fet*« worked the guns in» mtfterl; with matchless accuracy planted where they pleased; The jiMi gronad firmly, their bofdm^betag'effefiijid oeijr by the intrepidity «jf omt tigpcsi t «sdera bean firei kwiei eri£i^f *»i the of their the edge of tie jpjMv: The Maories, in eights sa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

SEflMONS. fg^HE^EtEV. MR HE iD of the Church of j i Eug'.apd, Guichm Bay, will prerch ! (D.V) in the Presbyi^lan tAurc\», Mouat ! Gambler, on Sundry ilic 2Bt.ii morning j and efening, at the usual hours.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOMBARDMENT OF SWEABORG. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

BOMBARDMENT OF SWKA1JOIUJ, The following private l< HP'i received al the limo by a gentleman now in this neighbour" hood, /ro'ti li s brother, a young officer nn : board the (lag-*siiip I)uko of Wellington , may j prove intores'ing to nnr reader*, a-t th«* oven's ' in the (Vnr.ra drew public aUditi-m f. oin ibe 1 war in tlie I3uluc " Sweuh irc, u^ust l*2th, 1853. '. My dtiir Jm-cs " We liavo 11*if 1 a Moody's bombardment a >d a i>t<riom triumph. We have utterly des troyed ib" n-«t»psi\ do ^vard*, and . very lv>u>e fa gwraborij, ami haye Iu'iiaii up four powder n»ngaz'ii«"» withou: I'-s'nir a nia"» while the Russi i"5 niost pro'» ib'y ri'i i"si->? . r their dead rind wounded by thousand*. I'1 my hist I in formed vnu we wi»n? on slu* eve of a bombard ment. I a!so «ni;l if. wus to commence on luos dav, but the firs' mortar opened on Thursday morning. As tbe only way "f conveying to yotj a conception of the magnitude of our eiie.ce'S or an idea of ou...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORTLAND MARKETS. April,1861 Adelaide flour, best b[?]and, £18 perton cash, or 36s. per bag. W[?]CLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

PORTLA N D M A RKF-TS. /ip.il , 1SG), Adelaide fl-nT, best b onds £18 per ion, cash Ur SGs.pjr bug. ' W.^CLSSAl-k. Uarley Hoy .. Oats 4.. Wheat 13ags ... Bailey J3tan .. ()a»s ... Wheat Hoy ... Potatoes Florr ... IIran .. IMIard, NVheat.. 7s. OtI. per bushel £4 o per ion 5s Oil. iu 7 s. Gd. por bushel. Gs.Gd. to 7s,dilio. Is. each. RETAIL, 7a. Gil. per bushel os (]d ft . . . , . . <-» ,, 79 6s to 8s. Od " 7s. Cd. to S ,, us io 7s. per cwt. 7s. Gd. :(j 10s. AT THC STEAM M1LI-. * ... £10 JUT ton, or £.2 Os. per bag 2s Od. b.ishel .. 2s. Gd ,, ** . . . . . .6s. to (js. Gd,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AM AMERICAN TRAGEDY, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

AM KMC AN TUAUEDY, Last cvmng <ccurrcl one of tli s<* tctribie fagcHcs in ( eal life which, for fer.rfulr.ess of intensity, surpass ti e con captions of ilio dramatist, and reveal the terrible earuestixss which often exists txnesiih cn exterior the most frivolous and ' abandoned. We publish the facts in the j order of their occurrence. A young man, : whose name, it appears from papers found on him, is Thomas Eugene de Maibais, had u wife natm-d Blanche, living in a house of assignation, on Plum-»street, above Fifth. From bis (sapors, and from his i declarations lo the coroner, we learn that j five times has lie attempted to kill both , himself and his wife. It wuild also appear : ihat lie married her, aware of l.er aban- ; tinned life. The following note on him ' shows his des-ire to see her last evening:- ; "Send me word oy the hoy. May I come and sec yon ? I await an answer on the . corner. I cannot exist without seeing you. E> J Let mo come-must see yon V...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 26[?], 1861. THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 2GJIJ, 1861. THE PRESS. WE do not mean to dilate on the 'rite and hackneyed jfrguireuts which have du ing the last century been aci\sliced in favour ol a free press. These are doubtless loo fumiliar to most of our readers to need farther lepeti- j ticn or illusttatioti. But «c regard it as our commencing a journal, ttli!;b fiin hope may meet with some measure of i success, to protest ^ against the commonly received doctrine that u 1' ec picas is the chief leader nud guide of pu\ l:c opinion. The truth is that the prc.»s und public opinion act and react ihe one upon the other in n maimer thai can never be clearly traced. The press sometimes GUIDES public opinion, but i) more frequently fi.Hows it. While professing 10 direct the curiem, *.lie pres3 is olicn car ried iuesibtubly along with it. It is natuial that in couotncs «litre the competition among newspapers and periodicals is grea', there ehou!d be a suong temptation on the pait o...

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 — 26 April 1861

Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM M1TXS Whraf, per bushel Fine flour, per ton Pollard, per bushel Bran, do.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

rjpiIE «' BORDER, WATCH" is published JL every Friday morning at 10 o':Iock. SOUSCRII'TIOK : For the quarter, paid \n advance . .j£0 8 0 TtRMd op ADVEiirisiNa: First 8 lines or inch of space . . 0 Every additional line .. '.>- 0 0 2 Advertisements under 8 !ine«, .. 0 3 0 Discount on advertisements ordered for 3 ujonih i .. ... 25 per cent. Ditto for six ar uths... .. 00 per c<u»t. Shipping advertisements, each ... 0 *1 0 Advertisements for Business Dir*>c~ lory, per annum .. .10 0 Advertisements inserted over the leader Are charged First 5 lines .. .. 0 5 Q Each additional iine .. \. 0 I 0 Ii is requested that advertisements, to secure ihoir insertion, be sen i in as early as possible, and at the late>t not later thin 5 o'clock o:i Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must bo in writing, aud sent its not later than 2 o'clock on the Wednes lay preceding she day of publicatidn. AJver;i>emenis must be accompanied by spec...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

R]fXDONiNELL BAY. Wb trust our riders fill give special alteu* tion to the icpert of the public meetiug held iu our township on (lie subject of ihe condi- | tion of Macdonnell D:y, and 10 the spiriied memorial to GmTMncnt i\awn up by the j Committee. We shall doubtless have oihe'- j opportunities of refeirinjz io this important j matter; ami for ;l.o yuacjit would strongly j urge on allchssts to al'ribule the late wrecks lo the teal cautc, am! not to «ive way to any panic, it is not the loss of property ccca~ sioued by these wrecks, serious as that ujay bo, to much fs the moral in/lornce which ihey can hardly f»il to have uu the public mind, that h chiefly in be d*puml. Pail if a ; jealous of the prosperity < f our new port will i stize the opportunity of decrying the uii'.ity I i,| the Bay. The insurance on vessels trad" int» thither will p.tb.'lv he ru^ed. Thus ihs Bay will j « i a b.iil nan:e ; and the pros perity ol an iiuo us^e and promising district do; i upon it tn...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

VARIETIES. AN ANALOGY.-A certain editor bo uts tint his columns ure " very spacious,'' True, but. like suineof the fashion ible h >oj»3 wc se<! i:i tlic streets, they ha?e noihin' of much consequence iti them. MATCH Makisg.- Li one of 1I12 depart ments of Switzerland «here ur« said to be in »re than two thousand girls constantly employed in making mutches. la G asjjonr there are more than oue thousand mothers con*tamly doing the same. FORCE OF HABIT.-A toper in New York taking a chequu to the baok to be cashed was asked by the teller how he would have it. He replied instantly, »« Cold, it you please, and without any sagar.*'

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A BRISTOL SHIP WRECKED AND PLUNDERED. [From the "News of the World."] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

fFrom the tt Jm of the World."]" Messrs- Biaiss and 800, of Bristol, have re* crimed from the captain "a report of the loss of their ship Lirerpooi. oo the morning of ihe I7th December,about twenty miles to, the north* wars! of Axitaor. ifter dtscribiu the %trikt ing of the ship oa a reef of rocks^the capiairf0 sajrs" Myself and crew were rail aft, anx iously waitieg for daylight, wlnchl brpeghr »ijh it faorrof* worse than shipwreck, for with i, the fir?t gtraoi of daylight hundreds of armed Arabs made their appearance on the beach", some on horseback and some on foot, and as ' soon as they catae oeftr the ship they dis« moaated,#iripped, and swaDB4off with their - sworis, and in a sburilime ih$£0wero from 00 to 100 men en board, teeiftg w^eny, sreioew that resistance weti'dfee aselecs, aod therefore we took-to the rigginfjftod thfflthe. work of destruction begana Bomejarl of them look to the cabin, some to the fditts!l$ vjbiit fai^ge nnobcf 8 of them were caUiBgawiy «7erjrthi»g the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

EKCSL LSMTjCOMPORTS.-Roa »t ^ beef, s?re- j uiiy of mind, a pretty wifo, arid cold water ; baths, will make almost any man " Uwliliy, ! and wealthy, and wis?." i

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

General News. The "South Australiau Register " sajs : -Mr. Fisher's celebrated blood stallion Fisherman is not to leave the colony fur (lie present* We call special attention to this because it was pretty generally understood that fisherman was to have been sent to Victoria, A caws involving a new point as to the liability of architects was heard in the County Court yesterday. A Mr. Ireland, a builder who had contracted with Or, O'Mullane.fdr the erection of some premises in Btfnrke ! street, brought an action against the archi tects, Messrs. Knight and Kerr, for some £70, the balance due on the contract, on the ground that they had ' wrongfully with held ' his certificate. Frora the evidence, it appeared, that certain alterations had token place in the fdftQs, which caused some delofe to the contractor. - The. architects, howgyw, made an allowance for i&rdetay, and fate a statement setting forth the debits and credits of the plaintiff's account, allowing for the alterations...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RECENT SHIPWRECKS. MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861

THE RECENT SHIPWRECKS. MACDONNELL BAY. An influential meeting was held on Friday evening, 19th inst., at the South Austlralian Hotel, Mount Gambier, for the purpose of taking into consideration the causes leading to the recent disasters at Macdonnell Bay, and the conduct of the Government in respect of the matter, and to memorialize the Execu- tive Council with a view to the adoption of immediate remedial measures.   W. Gray, Esq., manager of the National   Bank, was called into the chair, and opened the proceedings by explaining the object of the meeting being convened. He said that   on that and the previous day two vessels in   Macdonnell Bav had come ashore, and the     general impression was these casualties would   not have happened if proper attention had   been paid in the provision of efficient moor-   ings. He had been informed that the fol-   l...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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