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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 August 1862

BIRTH —At the Manse, Mosquito Plains, on the 8th inst., the wife of the Rev. D. McCalman, of a son. MARRIED —At Portland, on the 14th inst., by the Rev. S. Kelso, Hermann Carl Bernhard Komoll, of the Mount Gambier   Mounted Police, to Catharine, fourth daughter of Mr. Walter Brown, Percy street, Portland. DIED —At Strathdownie West, on the 12th instant, of Scarlatina, Malcolm, son of   Malcolm McEachern, Esq., aged 3 years and 8 days. —"Of such is the kingdom of heaven."  

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORONER'S INQUEST, MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 August 1862

CORONER'S INQUEST, MOUNT GAMBIER. On Saturday last, a Coroner's Inquest was held at the Farmer's Inn, on the body of Wilhelm Bertram, who had been employed as ostler at that hostelry, and who had died suddenly on the previous night. C. J. Lyon, Esq., S.M., and Coroner, presided over the inquiry, and the follow ing Jury was impanelled: Messrs. John McDonald Block J. Heinnemann F. Heinneman Finlay McKay N. A. Lord   E. Maisey W. A. Crouch John Allan A. Wallace Morrisson Fred. Lanigan The Jury were duly informed of the nature of the: Inqtiiry, which was to inquire into the cause of the death of Wilhelm Bertram. They accordingly proceeded to view the body, which was lying in in room of the hotel, and on their return the inquiry was proceeded with. Dr. Wehl, J.P., was sworn: he stated that he was sent for by Mr. South, to see the deceased, who had been in his employ- ment as ostler, and who had been seized with sudden illness. This was on Friday afternoon last, about 4 o'clo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRREVEREND ADVENTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 August 1862

IRREVEREND ADVENTURES. Australia must be making progress in the " eye of the World," when the title of " Reverend " begins to be used as a pass port to good society and fair contribu tions. The following story is told by the " Argus " j A rather curious incident has trans pired with reference to a person describ ing himself as the Rev. H. W. Crouch, who arrived in this colony .about a fort night since as chaplain to the immigrant ship Boanerges. This person called on the Eev. Isaac Now, pastor of the Albert street Baptist Chapel on Friday last, and asked that Rev. gentleman's advice and assistance with ^respect to his (Mr. Crouch's) permanent settlerment in the colony as a Baptist preacher. He exhi bited testimonials 'from §ir Morton Peto, the Hon. and Rev. Baptist Noel and Dr. Angus, all of which, it may be remarked^ had been exhibited to the Rev. James Taylor, of the Collins-street Baptist Chapel, and other gentlemen., who each stated their belief in the genuineness of the documen...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

IMPOUNDED at the Public Pound, Springs, by Mr Tilley, Avenue Brown and white heifer, H off ribs, 2 off rump Strawberry heifer, no brand Blue and White cow, IK off neck Red and white heifer, HH off rump Black bullock, illegible brand near thigh By Air Renfray Yellow cow like 6 near rump Strawberry heifer like WJ ofi shoulder JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. WANTED, an active, intelligent Youth for the Printing Business. Apply at the Office of this Paper. T<HE BORDER WATCH ia published every Friday morning at Ten o'clock. SUBSCRIPTION or tho quarter, paid in advance £ I) M Do. if booked 0 7 Q f Terms of Advertising ; First Eight Zings. or inch of space. " 0 3 0 Each, additional inch ... 0 1 (J Advertisements under 8 lines ... 0 3 0 Discount on (i&rtisemenis ordered for three monffis. 25 per cent. Ditto for six months 50 pereent. Shipping advertisements, each ... 0 4 0 Advertisements for Business Direc tory, per annum ... 1 0 Q It is requested that advertisements, to secure...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

MOUNT GAMB1EE MARKETS. The following are the latest quotations at our mills ;. Victoria Steam Mills, Thursday evening, August 29.-Flour, £12 10s per ton; Pollard, .£5 do.; Bran, s£4 do.: Barley, 5s 6d pe bushel; Oats,none; Crushing, 6d per bushel. Mount Gamhier Mill, Thursday evening August 29.-Flour, Adelaide1 price; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do.; Wheat, 3s 6d per bushel; Potatoes, £3 per ton.

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PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. PLANS OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

PARLI1MEIT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. * PLANS OF PUBLIC WOHKS. Mr. Kingston, pursuant to notice, moved " Tliat the Engineer and Architect be di rected to prepare a return, to he laid on the table of this House, showing the date on which tenders were" called for the various public works under his control included in the Esti mates for the years ending June, 1861 and 1862, said return to show when each work was comnaenced and completed, also what works (if any) are now unfinished." His motive for moving this motion was that a very bad principle existed of asking for money for public works, the completion of which was frequently postponed almost indefinitely. He did not intend any censure against the Engi neer and Architect, who, he believed, was not to blame for these matters, but he thought such plans should be produced. | The Treasurer had no objection to the return asked tor, and would see that it was prepared. Mr. Parkin moved-" That a return be laid on the table of thi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1862 THREE YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1862 THREE TEARS AGO. The month about to close has brought round the third anniversary of an event which will never be forgotten in this part of Australia, whatever number of impor tant occurrences may crowd the annals of the country. No doubt the memory of the loss of the Admella begins to fade in the dim twilight of the past. It be gins to lose the appalling vividness which it had during the months which followed : though, whenever the spectators and sharers in that mournful catastrophe re call the scene, it rises with all the fresh ness of a recent and horrible dream. Not long ago we stood on the spot whence a view of the wreck was so painfully dis tinct, and where hundreds endeavoured for days to succour the fast diminishing band of suffering survivors. The doleful solitude and dreariness of the shore was most impressive. " Though the niglit shades were gone, yet a vapour du'l, Bedimmed the waves so beautiful : "While a 1 >w ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

GENERAL NEWS, QUEENSLAND COTTON.-Forty bales of the finest description of cleaned cotton were brought down in the steamer from Ipswich yesterday-thirty bales being fsom the Ipswich Cotton Company's plantation at Booval, and ten grown by Mr. Quanton, on his grounds in the Long Pocket within the municipality of Ips wich. It was intended that they should be shipped direct to England, per Mont morency, but unfortunately they arrived too late, and were shut out. The con signment will therefore be shipped in the Telegraph for Sydney, and despatched for England by the first vessel leaving that port. It is estimated that at the least 120 bales of cotton, of 360 lb. weight each will be exported from Queensland this season: and from the success which has attended the first experiment, we may expect that ten times this quantity will be produced next. It is worthy of notice that all the cotton grown in Queensland as yet has been produced by white labour, and there can be no doubt that, after ex...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BY ELECTRIC TELEGHAPH (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, Thursday, Aug 28. 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

BY ELECTRIC TELEGHAPH (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, Thursday, Aug 28. 5.B0 p.m. A letter has "been received to-day from Finnis Springs in the Far North. The writer states that the blacks brought news of McKinlay's party coming there in about four days. It is believed to be correct from the description given of the camels. The Government approve of two. rifles being given as special prizes to the Bobe Volunteers.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

THE DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH IN MEXICO, The correspondent of the Times, writ ing from Mexico, gives the following ac count of an engagement between the French and Mexican troops: " On the 27th April the French put themselves in motion, and on the after noon of the 28th came in sight of the Mexican forces, under Zaragoza, posted on the Cumbres de Aculcingo. The po sition is a very strong one. A gradual ascent from Orizaba leads to the foot of these 'cumbres' (or heights,) and the road is then conducted by a series of zigzags to the top, and here commences the table land in the centre of which Puebla is situated. Cannon posted on the summit of these heights sweep all the approaches by which the French had to advance, and a resolute force in such a position might successfully dispute the passage of an army. Zaragoza, in his des patch, asserts that it was no part of his plan to make a stand in this position at all events, a few rockets pitched by the French among the astonished Mexi cans se...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. FULL JURISDICTION. Tuesday, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

LOCAL COURT. FULL JURISDICTION. Tuesday, August 26. Befo-e J. C. Lyons, Esq,, S.M. Dr. Wehl, J.P.; T. A. Wells, Esq., J.P.; and A. S. Hobbs, Esq., J.P. Mitchell Y. Godfrey.-This was an action for £12 6s. There was a set off for work and labour done. Alexander Mitchell, sworn. lie had never employed Godfrey, and he had not supplied him with 7" rails. lie was not in his employ ment, Edward Maisey sworn: Had kept Mr. M itchell's books, and could swear that God frey was not in the employment of Mr, M it chell since August, 1858. Godfrey, sworn : Had travelled fifteen miles on the previous day, and had two wit nesses, but they would not attend without a subpoena. Mr. Burton :-The summonses were served on the 18th of July last, and there had been plenty of time to procure the attendance of witnesses. Godfrey said that he had not been furnished with a bill of particulars, and he disputed many of the it?ms in the account produced. He had paid up everything to the 18th of June, 1858. But he ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE REV. DR. GUTHRIE ON MINISTERIAL SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

THE REV. DR. GUTHRIE ON MINISTERIAL SUPPORT. 4 We have received a copy of the " Daily Beview," an Edinburgh paper, which con tains a report of the sitting of the Eree Church Assembly, in the month of June last. Amongst other matters there is a report of a speech made by the Hev. Dr. Guthrie, on the important subject of ministerial support. There are passages in it which may be read with profit by our friends of all denominations: and we therefore commend to their special atten tion the following extracts : First, let our readers note the terms in which this noble man speaks of him self, and his look forward to a termination of his earthly career at no very remote date: " Of the minister cause, therefore, fathers and brethren, in taking leave of you, give me leave fully and frankly to speak. I will speak frankly. I will honestly state my mind. X have long had it in my head, and long in my heart, and I am thankful that I am in circumstances now, through the kindness of my congregation...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

CORONER'S INQUEST. On Saturday last a coroner's inquest was held on the remains of Mrs. Smith, wife of Donald Smith, farmer, Mount Gambier. The inquest was fixed to take place at 12 o'clock, noon, at the residence of the deceased, which is situated about two and a half miles from the township. The Coroner, J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M, ar rived about twelve o'clock in the forenoon: but he had to wait a considerable time for the completion of the jury. He adverted to this somewhat strongly iu his opening address to the jury; and remarked how improper it was that twelve or thirteen people should be kept waiting, because of the carelessness or want of punctuality of one man. He also intimated his intention of inflicting a penalty of L5 on every absent juryman duly summoned on any future occasion. The Court being formed, the jury were sworn: A. Smith P. Mcarthur Duncan Bnchanan Alfred Walker Charles Bluine Gottfried Kreig James Smith Donald Macarthur Dugald Mcarthur William Grennon The Coroner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

MOUNT GAM BIER GHURCHi OF EK@LAR® PARSONAGE BUILDING FUNS. TilE Subscribers are particularly requested to attend the Adjourned GENERAL MEETING, to be held at-the School House, on Wednesday next, the Third September, for the purpose of electing Trustees. GEO. M. NOBES, Hon. Sec. Bans For Sale. S©UTK«EAi§TERNi 0)I.§TRIGT. 8 Square Miles (more or less) near Penola 40 square miles " County MacDonnell. 17 scraare miles " County MacDonnell 11 square miles " County Macdonnell 12 square miles " County MacDonnell 42 square miles * " Tatiara, on the Boundary line, linking in the Scorpion "Well. For particulars apply to W. "WARREN, Land and General Commission Agent, Gltc ^Q)gi» MOUNT GAMBIER INSTITUTE. THE SECOND LECTURE will be deliv ered by the Rev. H. T. BURGESS in the National School Room, on Thursday next, the 4th September. Subject-" George Stephenson, the Father of Railways." The Library will be opened at Seven o'clock for the issue of books, and collection of sub scriptions. The Lectur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

DESIRABLE INTESTMENT. iter Sale, . Those "Well-known Premises, the Fringe OF WALES HOTEL, S^jwiduig on one acre of *^e most; central portion of and ^thriving Township of PEirOLA, having Three Frontages to the Principal Streets and Market Square, containing large Coffee Eoom, Spacious Bar, Public Mid Private Parlours Commodious Bedrooms, and -. SIX-STALL STABLES, the whole Let on Lease to the present Occupier for Eive years, at a Rental of £1^0 per Aimmm. The greater part of the Premises are quite new, and will be completed in a lew weeks, the whole forming one of the MOST COMPLETE HOTELS EST THE SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. for.-particulars and terms apply to >£ESSBS. THOMSON & Co., PENOLA, ^ Or, MESSES. T. & J. Prsn*, PORTLAND, .* and Mb, Scabboeough, Saddler, Rundle % street, ADELAIDE. ? '4 COmis & (Starke, guilders, Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, . C Wheelwrights, &c. Penola. BEG to acquaint their Friends and the public generally that they have com menc...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. At the Mount Gambier and the Victoria mills no alteration in prices is'reported, except that at the Victoria crushing is 6d. per bushel. At Adelaide the following \is our latest report: Corn-Market.-The past week has been ex ceedingly dull-in fact, we cannot report a single sale of wheat for export. To-dayjwe understand that 5s 3d was offered for a parcel delivered, at c the Port, but the offer was de clined. Drayloads in ,town are'worth 5s 2d per. bushel.,. -. v* Flour.1-We Cannot report any "sales, and can only quote prices as nominal from L.1210s to L.13 10s, per ton. Cape Barley" from 3s 8dto 4s~per"Jt>ushel. English Barley from 5s 6d to 6s per bushel. The following is the report from Melbourne; Flour, L.14 to L.15 10s, and in rather better demand, Hart's is held at the latter quota tion. Wheat, 5s 6d to 6s Id. Oatsuhave improved. The following is the return of cereal export from Adelaide for the week ending August 16 : Wheat, 938 qrs; f...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

SllII'l'lSK lEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. AKRIVED. Nil. SAILED. Nil.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OUR ADELAIDE CONNEXION. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

ORIGINAL C9MSP0M3E, OUR ADELAIDE CONNEXION. [TO TIIE EDITOE.] > Mr. Editor,-I have no doubt that the Portland people and others in the Western District of Victoria will say, when they hear of the treatment we are receiving at ihe hands of our Adelaide legislators, that it serves us right. We had no business, like knights arrant, to run tilt against the Separation movement in the way we did. I think our leading men committed a great error in rush ing forward to condemn a movement that had for its object the more liberal gove nment of this and the neighbouring district. Whatever they may have thought of Separation, it was unwise to declare their determination to adhere to Adelaide under all circumstances. What has the District gained by this proceeding ? Nothing, and I may say, less than nothing; for the expectations we were led to form under the pressure of the Separation agitation, are not likely to be realized now that that agita tion is set at rest. They have given Adelaide to ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) Robe, 19th August. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

GUiCHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) Bobe, 19th August. On Monday last a Coroner's inquest was held on the body of Jemmy, the blackfellow, when it appeared quite clear, from the evidence of two other black fellows, named Tommy and Polbett, that he came by his death through injuries in flicted upon him by one or other, or all of the four blacks held by the police on sus picion, namely MacKenzie's Jemmy, Johnny, Wampi, and Jackey, but al though Captain Brewer, the coroner, pointed out to the jury that he considered the evidence sufficient to commit them for trial, they would not agree to a ver dict until the prisoners themselves were examined, or allowed to make a state ment. The first was pointed out by the coroner to be illegal, and he should re commend the prisoners not to make any statement. After the jury retired, the foreman, Mr. Dale, came three times ^pto Court and represented that they could not conscientiously agree upon a verdict until they had the evidence of the pri...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 August 1862

INQUEST. On Thursday an inquest was held be-! fore T. P. Scott, Esq., J.P., acting as Coroner (in the absence of G-. B. Scott, Esq.) upon the body of William Patter son, wh^'was found dead in his dray. A Jury of twelve was sworn, with Mr. II. Simpson as foreman, proceeded to view the body, which presented a very calm and placid aspect. Mrs. Patterson, wife of the deceased? sworn: about one hour before sundown on Tuesday I saw my husband come from the dray : he complained of his head : he has often been worse before this : he went back to the dray: he had taken some castor oil: he had a swimming in his head at night time: afterwards I went to ask him to come to tea: I saw him in the dray, and thought he was asleep, but he j was dead : I don't know of his receiving j any injury : when I found he was dead I went to McKay, the blacksmith : he had ' not been quarrelling with any parties; he did not drink: hs had no medical attendance. To the Jury : it was about two hours between his comi...

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