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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 June 1861
(general Business. rg\HE * BORDER WATCH" is published i A- - every Friday morning at 10 o/ilock. ScBScaiPTioN ' |Por ntjre jqunrter^naidIn; ad vatice^r£p; 8**0 *" r"» 'Advertising. %&lt;Pirst8T lines-or inch of space ? K. £o 8*0 Eveiy additionalline . v. - > -; . % 0 0 2 Advertisements under. 9 lines, ; 0 3 0 discount on advertisSteents ordered .for 3 months . .. *25;per c.ent:. Ditto Tor six mr hths ^ 60 per cent. .Shipping advertisements, e8ch»* ... ,0 ' 4 ' o Advertisements for Business Dirpc 'toryl per annum - . r l J0 o ?^Advertisements inserted over' the - . ' leader are charged vFirst S.ljnes .. ... ... 0 ..5 0 .J£ach additionalJinev0 .J... o : It ivreq^ted that advertisements/to 'secure .their ,insertKin, be sent ih as early as possible, and at the latest not later ilun ,5^ o'clock on ^Thursday evening; Orders for the alteration or withdrawal ofa'drer.tiseipents must belli writing; and sent in not later than 2 o'clock on the Wednesday preceding the day of pnblicat...
ANOTHER FATAL ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
ANOTHER FATAL "ACCIDENT ( iunoline.-On Saturday "afterrioot inquiry look pl0Ce at-the King's , Tavern, Kensington-road, on the boL Miss Elizabeth Jane Meredith, aged eigm years. Mrs. Cathariw \Vardell, of No. Amelia-terrace, Old..-, Brompton, depc^ that the deceased was her. niece, and residiT, with her parents in EarlV court, Kensirn^ ton»road. On Wednesday evening laj witness accompanied the deceased to' friend's in Trevor-place/ Kni^htsbridge, ivhicli there was a juvenile party upon birthday anniversary. Between, eight aflt nine o'clock in the evening there was idatjeej in' the drawing-room amongst the yquagf party. The deceased and her partner had. finished a country dance, and wefre standing with their backs to the fire, when &lt;r n alarm was given that the .lower . part-'&^lws; ; Meredith's dress, was on fire. Ax Wy&TiZi- "* great confusioo ensued, and, after ertions, the clothes of the deceased extinguished, but not before they were nearly* &l...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
r , MisceUaneous. - . Remarkable CASE OP. CHILD DESER TION--- On Saturday, the coroner for*East Middlesex, received information relative to the death of a fine male child, apparently about five months old, who wa3 unknown, and u ho had died in the workhouse of the Whitechapel Union. It apppars that the deceased was found by'police-constable 72 K, lying on ihe step of a door of the house numbered 4, in PerciVhl-buildings, Mount* Terrace, Whiiechapel, at seven o'clock in the evening of the 7ih ult. The deceased was respectably dressed, and on the front of tbe;. frock was pinned a piece of paper," upon which \vasywritten, in, a legilile hantj, the following :-" The mother of this child has been deserted. She has recently arrived from Australia, withtjut aV friend in thfc world. Whoever may find this'child will please_ to take care,of it, for the mother is uiiable to provide for .it," The cbilcl was cryipg, and the weather was extremely cold. The officer carried the infant to ihe work* ...
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
VICTORIA STEAM-MILjLS.: 1 ft beat, per bushel vine Flour, "per ton .. 'ollard, per bushel . Jran,- ,, ,, ^ » »»?. . . )o. " ,, crushed Dp. " " crushed
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
M °UNT GAMBIER ANNUAL lVJ» . PLOUGHING MATCH will take place in Dr. Weill's Paddock on ^unfe 19th, 1861. v. ? . v All competitors are required to be on the . Ground at a quarter-to Nine o'clock a.m. to hear Rules and draw Lots. LIST OF PRIZES-MEN'S CLASS. First Prize-New Iron Plough, presented by Messrs. Tuxford, of Adelaide ??Second Prize-*-New Set of Plough Harness, presented by R. Thompson, Esq- of Adelaide Third Prize q Fourth Prize s in Fifth Prize 4 0 Sixth Prize.... 3 0 Seventh Prize.. .. 2 0 Eighth Prize'l........ 1 Entrance to non-subscribers... 10s. 6d. 0 BOY'S CLASS-UNDER 18 YEARS. First Prize 4 0 Second Prize /. 3 n Third,Prize ; 2 0 Fourth Prize 1 0 Fifth Prize-Best Bullock Driver....... 1 1 Sixth Prize-^Second Best ditto... 10s. 6d. Entran^to non-subscribers...10s. 6d. ' , BEST. TEAM OF HORSES, The bona fide Property of a Subscriber of not less than 10s. 6d. First Prize £3 0 Second prize 2 0 Third prke ; ..."'..V.'.V.V.V." J 0 Best team of not less than 6 Bullocks, the...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. lour, fine, per too cf' 12,000 Ibg., at the Port, ibags included ,,..v, £15 J5 0 16 10^ 0 Iheat, m, town;..... 0 6 .7 0 0 0 heat, at (fee port, for / 1,000 bushel'ots, with out bago.ii;,v, .i 0 6 10 0 0 6 an, per bushel of 20 at the Poi% bags . . Deluded .......... 0 1 0 0 1 1 'ardj per bushel of 20 ' - «k.......... 0 12 0 1 4 y, Per ton .... ... 2 l5 0 3 5 0 > pressed, at the Port, ! per ton 4 io g 4 15 3 ;8r^ape, per bushel ' 40 lbs., without bogs 0 3 0 0 3 0 * fine white, per bu-* lelof 4Qlbs,j without . A* * *?* T....« jO 4" 6 " - O ' *5 -/? Per» ^ape, per bushel 0 4 °-:p |r bushel of 50 iba., - Ithoutbags... 0 9 0- 0 10 0 ft* per bushel nonn$n;tf#
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Treasury, Adelaide, May 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Ireasury, Adelaide, JyUy 30,1861. [ The loUowing jNotice «o Mariners. frequent I iog MacDonnell Bay, Cape Norihomber-tand, i is nubl'islied for oreneral information. - T. REYNOLDS, Treasurer. Referrin4\to the failing directions for" the" above anchorage, da ed the 9;h February, i860, published by the late Trinity B artl, Masters of vessels irequeuing ^MacDonnell Bay, ore again cautioned against remaining at anchor after the Blue and White vVeather Flag has been displnyed from the Lighthouse Flag staff, the bottom of the harbor being of so roi ky a na urethat ih? heaviest description of anchors in bad weather ear.not he depended uponf When (he H>a*J Keeper of the MacDonnell Lightlfouse deems the Bay to be unsafe, a Blue Flag will be hoisted at the Flagstaff near the Lighthouse, to warn vessels from entering the harbor. The same signal will be hoisted on the moorings being all occupied, in which case vessels eti e ing the Bay mu>t anchor, and should be kepi-i...
PORTLAND MARKETS. May 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
PORTLAND MARKETS. Hj , May 27, 1861, . tide flour, tiest'brands', £19 per ton, cash* - Or 40s.per bag. .. * VTHOlfeSALE. |y ^ ... ... .. i ... ? 6s. Od. per bushel ... '... .. ., £4 to £5 per too *.. > . . . .. 4s 6d. to 5s. Od. ' " / .. ! pec bushel. It ... *.... .% ' ... 6s. to6s.6f).ditto. .. .... ... Is. each. 1 'BETA!!,. "... ... 7e. 6d. per bushel *.... .. . .. .. ' 28» Qd» jj jf .. .. .. .. 6s to 7a. Od. " .. ... . . - 7s. to 7s 6d. " .. ' ". r . . ../ 5s' to 7s. per cwt >es ... .. .. ... Ts.per cwt. AT THE STEAM MIIX. ... £19 per ton, or JE2 Os. per bag. v.. .. .. ..2s Od. bushel ... .. : .«» ..2Si 6d - ,, ai ..»»» «.?;; .. 6s*^to bs.'6dv
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
NEW SOUTH WALES. By the W-ffnga Won«a "ve (M. M He'ald) have news to the 21st.. MessVs. Parke* ami "Dalley, the newly appointed immi gration ageuts, bad been feted before leaving Sydney.' Mr, Edward Swire, ofv the Branch Bank of New South "Wales, at Maitland,' has been convicted at the late Maitland quarter Sessions of stealing nearly £1800, the property of the. bank, and has been sentenced tp two years* imprisonment wiih hard labour in Paramat'a jail. Young Btardmore, who p'eaded guilty to a charge of; appropriating money from the same bunk*, has -been sentenced to one . year's imprisonment, with^hard labour, in Darling bu^t jail. The proposed adjourced meeting for the purpose of advocating the construction of tramroads to ithe* interior has not been hehh Those jylio got up the meeting were rather disgusted with the treatment which they re* ceived, and made no-arrangements to meet again, while those who succeeded in carrying the proposition for an adjournment Ime not thought it wor...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
? TO CORRESPONDENTS. I desirable that communications slioul d |rl and piiiiy ; lengthy articlts do not jr space; matters of local interest are pceptabiP, , ''' fotice^con be taken of anonymous com Itions. . ' .' .' : irticles sent for insertion must be" icated by the name and addres« of (lie -not as a " sine qua nou " f» r publica as a guarantee of good faith.; spondento are particularly requested |onone side of the paper only.
POLITICAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
POLITICAL SUMMARY. , "There is a tide in the affairs of mPB 1" '.^hakspere makes .Brutus pay; and the ? , - world ii now Ebbing and flowing: both the »«ord and pen Are striving for the mastery-over men. Butthe sword unto the pen shall bow. And MIND shall nile the nations ut its will. F,nglundis quiet and i-eaceful; even France is still, Controlled by one strange man, who rub s . with resolute will. T Prussia is watchful; Austria weak and va*t, And the Pone's temporal power cannot touch longer Ia9*. '? Russsia looks on; for freedom Hungary cries, For all despotic rule is now become a hollow . maw of lies! Across the A'lan'io wave the "Stars and Stripes" are'fluttering, " E pluribus unis," "of many we make one," the motto of the Unitpd States, Seems likely to become a lie, for even slaves , are stuttering. And Freedom's ba'tle once begun, Bequeathed from bleeding s'fe to son, Though baffled oft, i» ever won !" China, too, is shaking the Mongol power, and soon Tbe Tartar Emperor will c...
PENOLA. (From our own Correspondent) June 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
P E N O LA. v - (From OBI own Correspondent) « . . - June 12tb. . The weather here has been tolerably fine, rind coi i-equpn' fy quite a boon to many of our ''Catholic brethren, who have been thus able to attend Divine Service during the visit of the. . Right Rev, Bishop Geophegan. Services have' -taken place daily, during his Lordship's stay,' and on Sunday last, tweotv-one persons were confirmed. The Right Rev. Prelate, in an admirable discourse, clearly pointing out'the duties of parties being cnnfirmdfcl from several parts of the Scriptures, to which he referred, I believe, his Lord>hips stay with us will not be mush longer. On Thrreday mor.iing about ha^-past five o'clock we wefe visited by a comet in the most unexpected manner This comet, I under stand, is supposed to be Bella's which ought to nave appeared thirteen mon'hs ago, One of our fair galaxy of heroines here last week rod24 miles through the bush in one hour and forty minutes, the; wa^er being she would not do it i...
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDAR. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
GARDENERS' AND FARMERS' CALENDAR. - JUNE. KITCHEN UARDEN.-Continue trenchirig roulching, manuring, pressing down light soil, that have been sown on-forking and trenchs ing with vigour, flant, thin, and earth up crop?. Earth up advanced crops of celery. Sow broad bcuos for early crofi, the early ht m 'Cafrot, cauliflower, leeks, lettuce, and onions, * pea^ full crops, radishes, and spinach. Plant garlic and shallots, horse-radish, rhubarb, and seakale, as last month;. also cabbages, cauli flowersj onions, strawberries, and a-tichokes. Remove and transplant fruit trees. FLOWER GARDEN,--Pefsevere in keeping clean and neat all parts of the garden, and con tinue improving, sowing grass-seeds, hedge seeds, &c., as directed last month. Trans* plant freely Propagation by cu tings must be concluded this month. Thin outannuafs. Finish planting flowering bulbs. Loosen the surface about trailing plants. Plant climbers. Dress dahlias, and propagate fuschias. FARM.-Stir fallow ground, and...
RIFLE CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
RIFLE CLUB MEETING. A meeting of tuo Mount Gambler Rifle Club was held at the Mount Gam bier Hotel on Monday evening last, for the purpose of receiving the report of the Cornmitiee ap pointed' at a previous meeting to frame rnles .and regulations S?e , for the guidance', and . proper management of .the Club. J. C, Lyon, Esq., S&lt;M" President of the Club, occupied thechair, and opened the meeting with a ver\T appropriate speech. The minutes of th% lust meeting were read by the Secretary, who also read the Committee's Report, when the rules were brought forward and amendQd. It was then proposed by Dr. Weill, and - seconded by Mr. Burcham, that two shillings ? be the monthly subscription. Negatived. Car-, ried at f«ur shillings by n large majority. Proposed by Dr. Wehl and seconded by Mr. Burcham/that ihe prize mashes be once in tvvo'mouths,=instefld of every month. Car rierJ. ' - . - , : . Proposed by" D/. Wehl, and seconded by Mr. Pepper, that all subscriptions be paid ip a...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
Local Intelligence* SEPARATION.-"We have received a coramu^, nication on this subject from a "Border'Victo iianM which will appear HI. our next./ A'SP . .'Travel er " in our next. THE RACE?,-We would draw the.atten« tion of the sportiujf community to the races announced to coma off on the 20th iris!. in Mr, A. Mi chell's paddpik. The amount in hand is, we believe, sufficient to warrant good sport. THE PLOUGHING MATCH.-TW would re«. min i all ihuse interested that this match comes off, according to announcement, on Wednes day next, 19'h inst.j in the paddock of Dr. Wehl. We understand the Committee have l»&lt;?en presented with a handsome plough by Messrs. .Tuxford, of Adelaide, to be given as a prize. MyiiDEa, OP SYDNEY BOB.-Tl>ree aborig:* nals, Monkey. Neddy, and King Tom's Billy have been committed to Portland gaol, by the (Coroner, Dr, Radford, fonhe murder of Sydney Bob, at the Woodford Station in December last. These aboriginal j were well * known on ftitount Gunbie...
POLICE COURT. Before J C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. June 11th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
POLICE COURT. Before J CVLyon, Esq., o.M. . . June 11th, 1861;* " W. Harvey, for fighliug in the public street. Fined 5s. Donald McLacherii, for being drunk and disorderly, «hd fighting ia'the public street Fined 10s,
Correspondence. INTEMPERANCE ON MOUNT GAMBIER. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861
Correspondence. . INTEMPERANCE ON MOUNT GAM13IER. - (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Mr. Editor-"' Cry aloud and spare not!' for there is grievou£ intemperance on the Mount. Intemperance did I say »nay, but drunkenness, fell bestial drunkenness, such aa might shame any community* During the week that I have resided, here; I have witnessed every variety and form of the foul demon, from the silly, babbling harmless but half idiotic imbiber tuf the furious animal, half horse and half alliga* tor, who, ia his drunken, fury, will take of fence at the accidental winking of dij^ eye, and batter and bruise all within his reach. Verily, there is great room for Temperance Leagues, Bands of Hope, and whatnot, op. Mount Gambier. I saw one very genteel, looking young man go out on Sunday fore.* noon nicely.dressed, and yet, seduced by spirituals, return after having repeatedly ' .* kissed the dust," or rather mud, Another, ' who had no mind to gO'a drinking, fell in with a 'friend,* drank wi...