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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

LOCAL NEWS. We ba*t received fall reports of th - Rifle matches and the Races, held tt GuiehenBay hrtt week, bm owing to a ft&t of advert siemeuts, are andblp to find -Jtiom for them in 'ibis issoe, They wilf, now»ver,appe*r inour nest* Wbslbyah ChURCH.-We have been requested to caliche attention of our readers to the bf>ening services of this building, advertisedioanother column, and to state that in cousequence of unforeseen ciicum ataoces, &e services ate postponed until the 6th-April. ThkMAOISTRACT.--Edward French, Eiq.,oMMacdttnnell Bay, hssbeen created a Justice of the Peace for the Pidviftce of Sots h Australia. Thk Hot- Wind.-^ On Snnday last the hot wind blew with great vehemence, end never, perhaps, did the people of Mount Gambier experience more real discomfort Tile dust envi^jped the town like snow drif' nearly all day, with, little intermission to the destruction of Sunday clothing, and t-> the great injury of goods and furniture in houses, from wh...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LITERARY PIRACY. (To the Editor of the Border Watch) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

LITERARY PIRACY; f T& (he Editor of the Border fFatcb ) " Who steals my parse, steals trash, 'Tw*b mine, 'tis bis, and shall bs davi to thiraaaiids, - .; ; *£«i!ie who filches from ae mygood name, ftobsm* of thai, which not enriches him. And makes me poor indeed.'* - Sir,--As the reporter lor your paper. I should be wanting' in jutfiiee to yon, as well «iajiflf,iriper«nitied tbegross plagiai isms ?if "The Observer's own'correspon.fent" at thrsplace to continue without notice. The 0ibtexver, in its issue of the 15th Feb., a^uding to the esisiblishmeBt of the Mount GitnbHf jDislrict Court, said " the partii u iars will be found in another coluirn," and fes«»ing ihai I was the only reporter pre" gent on lhatoccasion,l itli some surprise, ha*in(f forwarded a r«foil to any paper So Adelaide, but I be proriiiseri detail did not appear until its ifesue of the 22nd, to band I y last dipbtV weil. This i* not the first or secc nd ({me t. hen your ej ori of o»et» ings, &c., at ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

FOUND-Que Yellow bullock, branded on the off »i.de B (;n circle) niA and A .»ff ch^ek, is branded twice on ihe iu ar horn XI XI. The o*«er cao hu»e tlie came by pa ing all exi enstfl, Apply at the office of this paper. FOlt SALE. Acre* of (food agricultural* land, 60 O**" acresof vhich is .grubbed, two and a half rotfes from Mi>unt GHrabie^suWtanti aby frnct|dvi*i«h;five wires and str>n^ top rail. On * b i c hi erected a food lour rooired fiotu«\ with a pump 17 ffet de^p. A garden fenced in. # ^«o< ky«rd? &c. complete* For pa»titulars apply at the office of thi* i.»ai>er. ' - ~~~ NOTICE. I BEG to inform the public th»t I deny baring drunk S gallons of BEER at one draugh*, as eettfied by Samuel Lebt'% of Leate Castle. . ? ? P. BEGG. T|10 LRT,for 2\w*arp, 10 BCri*s of good ajj. ' -* rt(>u)tura1 Land, at Cooly Towo, half a mile from Mouot.G»mbier township, w Apply to P. BEGG, Lnke Bonney. , MoPnt Gatnbier, Ffb.26tb, 186*2. * GOViliNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. ^^N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

PRELIMINARY HUTliE, THE NEW WESLEYAN church «iil tie Oj eiit-d 'or Divine Seme* (D V.) «>n Marrh l'6ih,. The Rev. W. S- Worth and the R« v. J. Dun have engaged to |<reucl> on tiie~ occasion. The Trusses earnestly request tl at all UNPAID sub!>CRIP?IONS be. bunded to thfc Treasurer or Secretary btfore March lOih. 4C POUND NOTICE.-There will be no ; Sale,at ihia*P«und until farther notice JAMES STEIN, Pbundkeeper* Sprines, 12 It Feb., 1862 F FOR SALE, at West Adden Farm, near the Old Pump, 200 Two-tooth Ewes, heavy in Lamb 2oo Full-mouth Ewes, heavy in Lamb. Expected to Lamb in May. Terms easy. For further particulars apply to THOMAS VAUSE, 44 2 Drop Drop. TP HOUS^-JDEALEKS AND OTHERS, P ERGONS having Good, Sanncb, Up a. 'standing Horw to oi«i»ose oj. a-e n queued to t«.ke hom to the Farmers Inn «my timo after the . 27«l»;>*'« for inspection. Early applicationrequested. tTB1tf ' ? ALFRED SOUTH WANTED, Four Good Buftli Carpenter^ to1 build Huts and Sflit. Also, B...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 February 1862

DIED. —On 23rd inst., at Robe Town, of consumption, Jane, the beloved wife of   Mr. Edward Squire, and Fifth Daughter of Mr. Robert Crck, of Mount Gambier,   aged 24. Her end was peace

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

KINCRALG. NEW GENERAL STORK. MESSRS. Fidler and Webb | ESPECTFULLY inform llie inhabitants of Kincraig and surrounding neigh bourhood, that thev have opened their NEW". STORE With a large assortment of GENERAL GOODS, coiifisting of: - Drapery Boo:s and Shoes Ready Made Clothing Hardware and Tinware Grocery . Sadd!e*v and Rope Eanhenwarp, &c., &c., &c. 42te WHEAT! WHEAT]! WHEAT l!l HE undersigned are purchasers of Wheat * in any quanii y, or will make liberal advances on any kind of produce shipped to iheir Melbourne Agents, Messrs. Lord & Co. MILLER, LORD & Co. Mount Gambler. N.B -Wheat stored at the lowest ra'es. 2 52 Engineer and Aichnect's Office, Adelaide, February 13,-1862. fRENDERS for BUILDING COURT l HOUSE, POLICE STATION, CUSTOM-HOUSE TELEGRAPH STA TION, and POST-OFFICE at MacDonnell Bav will bp iecei*<-d until noon of Monday, I7 h March, at this office, where plans and S|><Mvificati»ns can be seen and particu...

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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

CRICKET MATCH. A match at Cricket was played yester day (Thursday) between two elevens of the Peuola and Mount Gambier Club", and re Rulied (as the scores will show) in the defeat of the Penolaites by a majority of 27 runs. The difference of play between the players on both sides was plainly discernable ; the fielding of the Mount Gambier men exhi« bited a great deficiency in that art, whilst that of the Penolaites showed that they had not neglected that moat important branch of the game. However, we would respectfully urge upon the mesnbers of the Mount Gamhier Club, the necessity and importance of practising, if they have any desiro to show in future matches. It is to their splendid fielding the All England owe, in a great measure, their success. 1 he fielding ofPlunkett on the* Penola side, is especially deserving of notice j and also of Burrows as a steady batsman, who, although suffering from a bad leg made the highest score on the side of the Penclaites, viz. 26. The highest s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

IOUND--One Yellow bullock, branded J? on ilie off side B (in circle) mA and A off cluek, is biatided twiceon the near horn XI XI. The owner can have the same by paving all expenses. Apply at the office of ihisnpaper. GOV Kit NMENT AD VE HTIsE MEN T. GIN EEIt and Architect's Depaitment Tenders are requutd for Draining Swamp at Port MardonneiJ. Plane and Specification!' ran be seen at the Kngiofei's office, Mount Gambier. Tenders to be sent in on or bufore noon of Thuisday the I3th Maich, 1862. (Signed) W, R. (.OUTLHARD, C.E. Mou t Gambier, Feb. 27tb, 1862. 5-6 WEST VICTuRIA SEPARATION .LEAGUE. THE Central, Cfommiupe beg to notify that R. H. Hornk. Esq., will deliver LECTURES on "the Separation ^Question at (lie following places., JVlrl Home will. be accohipaoied by T. E. Richardson. Esq., the Secretary of the--League. Narrawoug .. Lecture, Tuesday. 1 lib Feb, Belfast .. Thursday, 13th Tower Hill ... Saturday, 15th Warrnambool.. . Monday, 1-7". h "^bodlord .. Wednesday, I9ih aVIount I...

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THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

THE FARM .AIN 1) GAKDEN. Ill-laying before our readers a few extracts from this va'uable monthly publication, we would particularly point.out the advisabiiity of every person possessing a piece of land or^gaiden, becoming a subscriber, not only "because it is a colonial work, but tor its literary merits and immense usefulness. Jt .-litrinfts to public notice e*ery improvement ^effected i»j 'agriculture, and oflers an fexcel lent bedii.ui fur propoied improvement or suggestions of-any kind. We shall each month continue to copy some small potiion of its content?, but ii would 'not be jusi to the editor or pro; vielor if tho^e exliucts were too expensive;- nor could \\c if »o inclined', spai.e the space. Our rtxpmmeiulaiion is thai every agricul turist, gardener or florist become a sub Bcribei; ihe price, 6d; ptr Vutnbe\ is - so email that our only u.ondejr ii, the proprietor can afford t'o sell it at eo low a jT'cc : - : Agkicultukal LABODKi-Tlie supply of labour and the rate of wages...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should ' . be 6hort and pithy; lengihj' articles do not suit our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable.* > No notice can be token of anonymous com munications. . Correspondent? are particularly requested to write on^pne side of the paper only. Frequent disappointments orcrrring to our friends, who only lequhing copies occasionally * of the "Border Watch/' delay asking for them until perhaps every one is sold. We would respectiuily suggest .then, ihat our non subscribers give notice net later than Tues day, 3 p.m., of what number they recjiir^ and^ they shall he duly forwarded. Uurteims for the future will be Per Quarier paid ia advance .. 6s. 6d. Do. do. on Credit ... 7s. 6d Single Copy .. . 6d

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RIFLE MATCHES. Robe, 22nd February, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

RIFLE iVlATCHLS. Rube, 22ud February, 1862. (From our owii coriesijoiident.) The Souili liasleru District Rifle Asso ciations Matches came off on Wednesday and Thursday, the ldtlt ami 20ih inat., and I iinw give you the icore made on die oc casion. General regrei wag expressed that we had so f»w representatives pr<sem from the inland dutricis, but it is hoped thai the fV . the on'y one present carrying off a "~cucourage many to come forward on fulure occasions and try their skill against the volunteers, who willf no doubt, do (heir best against any comers, and thu9 greater 'proficiency will be attained by all. The first match was at 200 and 300 yards, 2 targets, 5 rounds each man at each distance. Enfield rifles only to be used. 200 yds. 300 >ds. Total C. Ekers ... 4 3 7 R. E. Venn... 8 5 13 Tims ... 9 1 10 J. Gvaus ... 7 5 12 J. Gibson ... 1 1 2 F. Cook .,.9 6 14 W. Warren 6 7 13 ( apt. Walker 10 4 14 C. Gell ... 7 5 12 H. V«nn ... -2 3 5 A.J Birks ... 6 1 7 J« Hotson...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

MELBOURNE GKAIN MARKET. ; "WHSAT.-The supply is only 'moderate, and pi ices are fimier for choice samples. 1 placed at auction a pmccl for the Sydney market at 5s. Id per bushfl. Old is <jui e negleced by millers, and will only sel. for feeding purposes, from 4s 4d to 4s 8d per bushel, The noti-a*rival o* the English mail causes ull transactions to be limited-holders ^waiting for the opeiations ofc^expoi ter*. W L. LEES, Auctioneer and Salesman, Corn Exchange, Melbourne.

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THE BOADER WATCH Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1862. ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

THE :Jg& Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 7TH, .1862. ROADS. HAVING directed public,attention to the sulject of roads, particularly thai between .Mount Gambier and MacDotinell Bay, we .have much pleasure in staling ihe rapid progress our District Surveyor, M r; Couli bat d is making in ihat im^oiiant matter, and not only-as regaids Ihe progress bui the character of the work. We happen to have had opportunities of observing the vsiiuus methods of road formation from the time of the celebrated McAdam dowD, not omitting the numerous lands of wood, or Asphalte pavement ex perimented upon in London. It may be very well for people who lake little account of the kind of maierjal a? command, and know still less of the sub ject, to find fault and cavil-they would cavil at any plan bin their own-suffice it lo say, that personal inspection will justify us in asserting ihat the m<de adopted in forming the road from Deuce to MatDonnelJ " Bay. is on a most excellen...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-I was sorry to see in your last isiue ibatyou made several mistaken respecting the conduct of ihe Postmaster at Port MacDonnell. Your coriespondent is right to a certain exient, allovvitig that the Ant arrived, say on the Monday,;the Postmaster at Port M action rieil would be only acting to hisinstructic'ns if lie detained the mail till tbeiiext.'mail day, which would be the fol lowing Friday Tit would arrive in the even iogat th&Mount when the mails were being closed, so that the letters could not be answered til! the following mail; that would be »greai injustice to the public, but Post* masters use their own judgment in such cases. Mr. Jones is no fixcfipuon. to the rule, as he has always tf/.ae icji practice to forward the mail brought by Ui'd Ant or any other ship by the first res£eyt<ible person coining to the Mount, bur li6 certain ly. does tbalat lu.s'owo responsibility; Undei1 those circumstances t...

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THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW. The North British Review, No. LXX. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

j THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW. The North British Review, No. LXX. The 70th number of the North British Review is now before us; and (as on a former occasion) we regret that our space prevents us from exhibiting to the readers of ihe " Border Watch" r.n adequate view of the variety, vigour, and solid learning as well as searching analysis and deep thouaht, by which its pages are characterised. It is an imperial work ; aud yet our Scotch b'ood is inyigoratedJu^he'idea.that this compre hensive and raBjgve periodical comes from Edinburgh, amma redolent with the fiuest aioma of Scottish intellect. The Scottish Reformation did not over turn classical studies, although the icono clastic P/esbyierians had rather an u-ly wuv of making fiee with " idols''-eren the venerable Cathedral of Glasgow narrowly escaped, and no doubt may last a long nm^ yel> provided, as Andrew Fairservice said, you a keepf bans and gunpowther aff it.'* But it is to the credit ol John Knox and the fathers of the Scott...

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GUICHEN BAY RACES. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

GUICHEN BAY RACES. (Froni our owu correspondent.) riiese races cime'off on Friday and Satur day, and were well attended, the sports beinjr considerably above the average. The slakes were not publiihcd until the settling day. (Monday following,) whejr' it appeared they ?®re quite satisfactory in point of value MAIDEN PLATX, value £28. entrance £2, mile ana a half, weight for age. MrBo.terill'srgVJarden, 5 yrs(MaljOB) 1 Mrii&rcoan s b 1 Fiir>, b yrs (Owner) 2 Mr Butcher's ch g Cossack, aged (Bun) 3 M r Pearson's br c Woodpecker, 4yrs M r Taj lor's b m Matilda, aged Matilda made the running iffl ihe stand was pas>ed, when the ga»e way to Cossack, who kept ike lead to ihe last turn, where the loan went in Irontund won easily bv 3 Irn&'il? Flirt winning second honors, and Cosmcka bad third. Town PLATX, of 50 sov?,, entrance 4 SOT*, 2 mile heats, weight for age. Mr Pearson's Necromancer 6yr* (Lowe) 1 1 Mr ^otterill's Cossack 6 yrs (Mahon) 3 2 Mr Butcher'* L g Field M...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

LOCAL NEWS. DISGRACEFUL RIOT.-Last Saturday night about eleven o'clock, while Sergeaat Young and Trooper Bartleit were marching off two prisoners to the | olice ceil, they were suddenly assailed in the middle of the street by a band of ten or twelve ruffians, who attempted a rescue. Trooper Barile't was thrown down before he bad time to defend himself, and one of the miscreants tore off a rail from a fence baid by and struck him several bloivs on the bead. Sergeant Young alio suffered severe inju« riea, one of the prisoners hiving severely bitten him on the hatjdin a vaiu attempt to get off, The Sergeant immediately called out in the Queeu's name for assistance, and inslautly four or five individuals came to assist him. The ruffians then fled into the darkness and escaped, After having done that for which they would richly deserve twelve menlbs' imprisonment and bard labour. Fortunately the two prisoners ware secured and lodged in the cell, and it is a pity that the others escaped, ...

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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine flour, per ion Pollard, per bushel ... do. per ton Bran, do. Oats, per bushel ,. Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. £ s. d .. 12 10 0 ... 0 13 ..500 ... Oil 3 0 5 0 . 0 6 0 ... 0 5 0 6 0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

BOOT ANP SHOE MAKER. J A , IIEINEKE, Boot and Shoe Mpker, .1 begs to"jiifc>rirt tlie iiVhiibi ants W Mt ^umbier^tbat li6 has now on Sa e iu the pre 1biae3Bdj\miinK Mr. John Tube's Store, a iArge Assortmeni of Colonial and Eglish Boots and Shoes, of tlm best description, which Ike t» now Selling at v»*iy Moderate Prices. AU Orders, for New Boots or Hepairs will bltponcttigllyauended lo. '.12cm H. Sl>RXNGEK,Baker, P*stry Cook, "8cc" (Next, Door . but One to »lw " Border/AVaich"' * Offic^j returns his ?ifoeere lhanks to his friends and eustumers tor the liberal support which he has teceived sine*., he commenced Business at the Mount, an'd will use eveiy endeavour to merit n con tin uk aoce of the same. * Orders punctually attended to, ond:cuMom era served at their own doors,; ?:? ./ 12ftn COLLI S & ST A R K E , Builders, Carpenters, Cabinet ;Makprs, Wheelwrights, &c., i. PenOla, Beg to ocquaiiU/lbeir lri«nd^ and the public generally thai they have coinioeuced busi...

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MT.GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 March 1862

MT.'G A M B£ER PRODUCE M ARK ET . CURREKT PRICKS.-Thursday, Feb* 27, YVbeat may be qucied at from 3s. to 3s; 6d. Do. ai Macdouneil Bay 3B. 6d to 3a 9d. Oats, (in demand) ......... 4s. to 5s. , Potatoes (new). , i'5 Do. (old)..;;...*..'. .. dull of sale. * Butter (very sea ice) ....Is. to Is. 33.

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