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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

LOCAL XEWS. TERRITORIAL MAGISTRATE. - /oho Riddocb. Esq,, of Yallum Park. Penola, has been creaied a Jus'ice of ihe Peace for the Province of South Australia. TH* DOG. NUISANCE AGAIN -In spite of the reiterated notices in our columns, this nuisance continues urebaled. A .gentleman informs, lis that while entering the town on" Monday' evening, bii hora-* was suddenly eel upon by a crowd of ferocious dogs, belonging :o the blacks who j are encamped at the back of the township. Surely it it the duty of the police to apply a remedy for such a pest when thus publicly, complained of. We should not be sur« prised any day to hear of a faal accident, simitar to that by which the lamm'td Colonel Neil of the 40th Regiment lost bis life ; and we would remind our fellow townsmen who are so apathetic in 4hit matter, that no inquest can ever restore life, and that ii will be more to their credit if they remember that it is easier 16 remove a nuisance, tliBn to cure the disasters it it calculated t...

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

BURNING STUBBLE, &c. | ALMOST every misfortune or serious acci dent, is the result of our.own indiscre.ion, or the carelessness of others, and this, ap plies with tenfold force to the accidents which ihe "-'Stubble-Burning Act" has en deavoured to prevent. The indifference as to consequences, is frequently exhibited by persons holding homestead?, around which are fields of hay or wheat, by their balling or cooking in the open air, and by throwing out from the kitchen, wood embers not entirely extinguished. Personal'travelling and camping; too often neglect the precau tion of complete))' extinguishing their fire, on making a fresh start in their journeying, and cases have been koo.« n, where a fire has smouldered for many days, which upn'i a change of wind, has freshened up and be I corae aa:e*tensive cooflagration, Horse manure in particular possesses this I property, viz., retaining the embers of fire, without .perceptible smoke, for nearly a week, should there be no tain. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOSQUITO PLAINS. February 11th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

{ MOSQUITO STAINS; February 11 lb, 1862. A meeting of Church adherents was held in the School-house last Friday, fur the purpose of fining upon a road into the Church property, li »vas agreed lo hate -the toad in a direct line from Rohetison street, »nd the Rev. D. McCalman and the Secretary were desired to consult Mr. Ma* garey whether . be would have,any objection to continue the road through his private section on to the Peno'a road. This would not only be a great ad van age to fburcb goers, oat to the inhabitants of Kincraig gmerallv. The Penola Road conies to wit bin about a quarter of a mile of the' township, and then abruptly slops. T«> enter it by a Government road the traveller will have to make a detour of something like a mile. The Apsley races passed off moat sue* cessfully. There was a large attendance of spectators, and the various races w<*re watched with ihe greatest interest. The raveling is said to be one of the most sue cesslul ever held at Apsley. T...

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

BARLEY. BARLEY. TIJ E Undersigned, is a purchaser, of good Samples of BARLEY. . E. WEtir, .; - - ' .. "Victoria Su-tmi Mills. January 28ih, 186*2. 4Utc T 1 H O M A S M U S T & GO.. Merchants nnd C>mmis>ion Agents, *' Poit Macdonnell, . Jn'y 1, 18GI. J2fm \] ATIONAL BANK OF AU3TRA jl> LA-IA. r Agents for Macdonnell Bay. THUS. MUST &£0. ^ ' . ? * ? i " . maii AUTIIALASIAN INS URANCF COMPANY: FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE. Offices :-Hall of Commerce, Collins-street, West Melbourne. Directors: ; Hon.; A'ex. Fraser, M.L.C., Chairman E. L. Montefiore, Esq., Vice-Chairu.Hn Hon. Joseph Sutherland; M.L.C. James Spowers, Esquire J, M. Juslroa, Esquire Jdmes Graham Esquire NV M. M AC REDIE, Secretary. Agents for Po t MacDonnell and Mount Gambler TIIOS. MUST & CO. COLONIAL WINE. ON SALE, by (he Undersigned, ex Mary Stewart, from Adelaide An Assortment of First Cla'g Colonial Wine, in qr. casks and hh& THOS. MUST & CO. Tori Macdormell, 2nd October, 1861. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STUBBLE BURNING ACT. Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

STUBBLE BURNING ACT. Summary. Wbosever shall, by tlie setting on fife, or burwng of timber, grain straw, stubble, , Kay, eras' , cr ether produce or material, 1 crowing, lying, tr being in any place what- j .never, wilfully or negligently deslr.»y, in» j jur« or endanger, the property of any other person, shall oh conviction, for every such offence, forfeit and pay a penalty of not lis® than Five Pounds, nor exceeding Twenty Pounds. No fire shall be lighted for burning stobble, hay, or grass, between the first De cember, and the fifteenth March,unless be* tween the hours of six and ten in the afternoon. Any person burning, or suffering to be buriied, stubble, hay, &c" without giving one days notice, to any owner or occupier of land, or bui'dings, immediately adjoining the fie'd or plact? of burning, and having on the spot four persons to assist iu pre venting the speed of any such fire, or with out having cleared or ploughed, at least thrre feet, abound the place where such ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. IMMIGRATION. (To the Heditur of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

COB RESPO VBE HOE. IMMIGRATION. (To the Hedifar of the Border Watch,) Mr. Heditur,-- Ira nospenhefire an a bad akolatd, but if yotil put ibis in your paper id thank you. Mr. Hawker sedat (be meetrOK loilier nile as.ihe farmers wanted more men to work as the krops was rottin, an wen we wa^maisters we sliude want rodre men. What fort tbe maisters is doing all tbe work, an weshall soon he maisters in to or thre more week like tbe »est with the ewagges on our backs. The toiber shaker sed sommat about kapitai been drawn-i wish i. kud * draw sum summer swag egen. The Gummeni is' sendin'more to kom out--a lot more women i *pose- the guverment is krazy-they'l mak* «ifes for sum on em or summat else j one man wauled syhinis-»that man's awake for^they; be gon krazy at Adlaide, aa sum on em gdfugjkraiy here ; wcull want work" houses tof vor lets all be starved. If i kud pitch like a roan in Melbourne id tell urn suihinat »t the. meetiu* 1 uow, they shudnf ay it- all their.; way-there's mor as ...

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

PORTJiAND. REAPING M A C H I NE,-Wood'a combined Mow:ng Bud Reaping machine lias noW had a lull trial al Mr. E. Ui-niy'e farm at BtA wana. The result has fceeu liiglil^r satis factory. Tlie wheat crop has been success fully reaped by it.- Guardian. THE EXHIBITION.- Wc-yesteiday for warded to the inhibition some'Vpccimens ;of wool prepared and dyed by Mrs. Gray; ol Blarniona far^n, and: als.o four monster kangaroo skins and an opposeum.skln, fur nished by ibe Kindness of Mr. Bryan Fitz gerald and his men, who; had they had notice in time, wou'dliave produced some Uaiber whicl) would have been crcdilable to Victoria.--Ibid. ACCIDENT. - Yesterday afternoon, as Mr. R. Hrrbertson was tiding round the coiner of Julia and: Bentinck-sireets on a somen bat spirited horse, lie met a call which rceasioned the horse to start and to throw him, by which accident one of bin legs was broken., He was. removed to Mr. Pilvcn's.London Iun, uhrre every alieution was shown hin», and medicalaid being imme...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Electric Telegraph. (Feom our own Correspondent) Adelaide, February 20th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

Itlectricj Telegraph. (Feom our oirn Correspondent ) Adelaide^ February 20ih, 1861. Sir Douunic Daly, the new Govern jr of this Province* arrived at Melbourne ou the I9ih( Wedoesday, in (be ' Suff tlH," and is hourly expected at Adelaide. In consequence of. the resignation of Ike Honorable Thomas. Reynold*, Treasurer, tbe whole'of the Ministry tendered ibeir resignations al«o, and the new Ministry as now- constituted eonsist of the Honorable (t. M. Waterhou«e, Chief Secretary; Honorable Arthur Blyib, Treasurer; Honorable R. J. Stow, Attorney-General; Honorable H. 13. J. StrangWavs, Commis sioner of Crown Lands Honorable VV. Milne, Commissioner of P.ublic Works. Seaver has been tried *nd found guisiy die murder of the late Inspector Pcitinger, and sentenced to death. We regret exceedingly to hear of the decease of 11 err Carl Linger, the musician, par .excellence, of .Adelaide, to a.thorough knowledge ol-bis profesfeion he added intense- love of (he art ; indefatigable and .honorable...

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 — 21 February 1862

Markets* MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine floor, per Ion ., Pollard, per bushel ... do. per tort Bran, ; do. .. Oats, per bushel . . . Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. £ $. d .. 12 10 0 ... 0 13 .. 6 0 0 ... 0 1 3 .. 0 6 0 . 0 6 0 ... 0 5 0 0 6

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

"boot , aisp .SHOE m a^er. . 'Boot and Shoe Milker, A* ' \>*& toliiformyihe inlvabiia^s otvMt h Gpl.ni»Uw4;®^ Boos andShoe8,of^hebe3tdePcrip/ion,whi'l' heA* now Selling at yeJ^.M oderaie All Orders lor Njew Boots or^ej iurs will be punctually. atterideditOi- ; . cra . «, *_ &£.* Hiir* f^'C/ook, &fci, (Next. ;^>bbr^OM*^i0n"er'^pi: if,v'' *.?> Btt&der \Va:oh >' Offic^^tuirid-I»is sincere t^k» ih^hberaf support wbiclihehus^ . lie coinm&cicd Bwess^at^t|j^Mx>^:a»«a will Mse'ey tVy endefiyuurtJ 'p.* "t a con'Ul T afae ftif theisariie." . B..- \-i .'?? ? ?? ' Ofdvr8FpatVc^ efB ientd'it llicir own doui?. ; r ,, iSfl" Ci OL'L 1 S fc ST A tt. K E, ; ' Builders, Carj enters, Cabinet Makers, ' .. Wheelwrights, icc., . v . '?.? . '?'. : . . Penola, ..'...v -.< . < Beg.i.o acquaint th« ir.f rii'nds and' the f uhlic generally that, they have commenced, business -abiiv> Branches, and Urope by leaity aitentiori and stnri...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suit, our space; matters of local interest, sire most acceptable. . No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. v.. . r All articles seut for insertion must be authenticatrd by the natue and address of the writer-not-as a " sine qua non" f« r publica . tionj but as a guarantee of good faith. . Correspor dents are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. ." -? ; Frequent disappointments occurring to our Triendg, who only requiring copies occasionally of the 'iBorder Watch, delay ? asking for them until perhaps e?ery; one is sold. We Would respectfully suggest then, that our non* subscribers give notice not later than Tues day, 8 p.m., of what number they require and bey shall be duly forwarded. Our terms or the future will be Per Quarter paid io advance . . 63.64. Oo. iio. on Credit ... 7s.6l iingle Copy , 6d

Publication Title: Border Watch
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 February 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per ion ., .. £12 10 0 I Bran, per buehel .. . ,. 0 1 3 ' Pollard, do. .. 0 18 Oats do. *. .. 0 5 0 Barley do. 0 0 0 Charges tor crushing Is, per bushel. j

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

BIRTHS.   At Penola on 10th of January, Mrs. J. H. Thompson of a son. At the Manse, Penola, on the 19th inst.,   the wife of the Rev. M. Dixon of a son.

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 28TH, 1862. OUR POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, «W1REWJARY,: 28th, 1862. OUR POSTAL COMMUNICATIONS. ; I*may not have come to the experimental knowledge ofmany-of our leaders, neverthe less it isa positiVe fact, that Letters for . Mount Gambier, lief dormant at the Fost .office of MacDonnell Bay, for frequently-a ;;;; whole week; though at the distance of only twenty miles, tbd conveyances of one kind or other, are traversing the road .daily, between these two places! V Take the'pas t week as one instance among : ; itttay, the weekly mail, overland, irom Adelaide arrived & usnal, and was delivered On Wednesday evening the 22nd inst. On Sunday evening following, the Ant, steamer, arrived at MacDonnell Bay, having the sup plementary Vail for Mount Gambier, and there it will remaiin until Friday next, when it will arrive at Motmt Gambier too late for any person to answer their letters, as the return _ mail to Adelaide closes at 6 p.m. -M- ' ib not thiB preporterons^-nay, unjust to the j...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

BOOT-AMP SHOE MAKER. rn, REINEKE; Bdoti and Shoe Maker, . fV® begs to inform theinliabran's. ot Mi Gambier, that he-has now.on Sa e .in the pte > vhiises adjoining Mr, John. Tnitr's Stojre. a ^/large AssWinent of li Colonial ant} English . . BOOB and ^hoes, of the be9r d^crijiuini\ yvhii h "^tie r« nownSeUing at very -Moderate piice?, *? 0-All Oriievs for New Bv>ota or iiejairs will .? punctually Bttcndcd to. 12cm /-JP1 H* *&?blNGER. ^ -\jr* Cook,&c., (Nex) D«wir; but^ One: to ' the " Border, Watcli/" Oftic-,) retiii ns his Sincere thanks to his.friends and cusi >nit*r>«. tor the liberal support which he has \eceived sitic*1 . he\^ommenpd Busines8 ut tlie Mount, and ^iff/Cse evt/y.endeafour to intril a continue anceof the same. . Orders punctually attended to, md custom ers seifvedat their own doW?; ti -r ~ . ^" -? .' fl Q L LI S & ST A R k K, W :. r, Builders, Cari-enrers,. t:ab:net-Makers, * ' " M het wriulnsij&ci, / t Penola, Beg lb aco...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER LOCAL COURT [FULL JURISDICTION.] On the Bench:—J. C. Lvon, Esq., S.M.: T. A. Weils. Esq, J.P; A. C. Hobbs Esq, J.P.; Dr. E Wehl, J.P.; J. [?] phersion, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

MOUNT GAMBIER LOCAL COURT I £FDLL JOBISDICTION.] On »hp Q- Lvon, E«q., S.M,: T. A. We'l*. Esq, J.P ; A. C._ Hoi»ibh Esq ? J.P.; Dr. E J.P.; J. Uui . pliers ion, Esq.; J .-P. CLAIM p«»r WAGES Dub.-Lewis May, laborer, v. Voaae and Iloskin. Pj.aitri'fi dep .»>d that in August last hf> wa« engaged by Mr VoHtee, the partwr of Iloskin,as farm 'ahorer and for general wo?k, at the ru'e of £35 |>/r annum, exclusive of brg^d and lodg ing. Remained four months anda hxlf, when ihe parinetanip was dissolved, and on appli* cation for wages due, was refened by H<»kin to Votive, who was in Advla d« or somewhere else. (F ai..iiff here handed intlieug eemeir .iraMu up by Mr Hoskin ) Dt-fpndnni det osed he.did DO engage tfie plaintiff, but Mr-Vow did, and iheretote' referred pluiu iff to him, liut a'dmi'tcd the partnership, ami ,tliat pl.iiniifF ^Ulid-iworkltin the joirtUrm." Judgment for plaintiff tothe lull amuun> i-luimed and c.os s. Damage TO a BORROWED TEAM op OXEN 4*d PLOU...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Electric Telegraph. (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide, 27th Feb., 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

Jilectric Telegraph. (From our own Correspondent,) Adelaide. 27ib Feb.. 1862. It is ottr painful duty to anaounce the unexpected--alnost sudden-decease of H.R H. Prinqe Albert, the Piince Consort, cansad by typhus fever. TbU tad n«ws ramt from M^lbou/oe, having been bronght thither by tha barque Thomas Brown from itie Mauritius. This truly uaiional loss .ccurred on the 18th December, 1861, and though we are not in possession of the par* .iculars of (his fearful calamity, certain wr ire, thai}great grief will be experienced by 'hose in the old country, only to be. eqnaUed by us who. though I6.OOO1 miles away, have had so many opportunities of observing and duly appreciating by letters and otherwise, his rit>ht-rojal and priucel) generosity-his domestic virtues-his miinificnt j a?ronage <»f every tbiag good and progrtfsive, and Hi? Utter withdrawal from ad political strfe and discussion. May He who tempera the vi.;d to the shuin lamb, sustain, by his ^reat power and good...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

- , Miscellaneous. StiMErkrNG'LiKs i'poKT.,-A' .^aliforl. liiim newspaper relates the lolloping laugh* able sporting event, namely, a bull r«ei for the trmh of «hicli it vouches. It »ays : - Many vehrs ago, the .members, of a race course ue^ir Brownsville, 011' ilie^Momoittia*' hela, pubfttied notice of a ra> e, one nii'e lip'ati», on!a particular day, for a piitde vf 100 dollars, " free- for anything. wiih ionr leas and hair on.'' A msn in the- neighborhood named Hays had a l ull ibat be wan in the habit of riuing to ibe mill with his bag of coin, «nd he o'et«»r« mined to enter him for tl e race. He said nothing tdioui it t<> anyone, but. he:: rode bins a'Ound tl.e track a number of times on sfveral oioon'ijit nights, until the bull had the ban" ol the ground prt-ttv well, an'<< would keep the tight c»|£*e. He rode with spur*, whi, h the bull coi sic'tred particularly .lHa«re« able; so much so, that |,e always .bellowed wh< n the} w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. CURRENT PRICES.—Thursday. Feb, 27. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

iQAM BIER PRODUCE MARKET. , CuRRkN't PRioKsThursdav, Feb, 27, Wfrr at h)ay be queued «t . . frolito 3s. lo; 3s. Od. Do. at Macdonneli Bay 3s. 6d to 3s. 9d. : Oatftj (iu demand) ......... 4s. to 5s. PulAlOtS ^P6W.^ - i .....(.in D«». (old) dull of fale. Buner (»eiy scarce) «... Is. to Is 3J. The Flour,and Grain market at the mills remain at last toeek's prices.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE TABACCY TREE. Written for the Border Watch by G.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

THE TABA< CY TREE. Written for the Border WdtcKty IG..P.) When Nelly 'cached home, which was net till the day was pretty wrH advunced. Mrs. Sellons sat outside the ttoornursing her child,^$8 the former approached and presented tKe-paperand parcel,, shesuw at oncejn the timid shuffling glance and ges ture of ihe native that ^something!* was wrong-opening this bill and iexamininji the tobacco, the , at brifce detected the theft. Nelly mean while had. squatted on,...the ground, just opposite,, and though pretend , iug to the greatest titiconc rn ever t<hnwn by -conscious intM'cefice; was in reality watch- i inji tlie white woman; with Unuch anxiety^ . .' Nelly, Kelly " ex<-lai>i;ed Mrs.. Selloi>s,. "you one big thief. you take um five fi^s tobacco." Borak missus; liorak nie n> take u'm baccy, and to the epeaied charge Kelly returned the same dental.,. " Hut . this fellow\lr*. Sei'puH said at length tell me you take uin fi/e figs baccv." " That ...

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