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MEETING OF CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

D^ring the visit of theBev.^Ir. \^Qods to tHIs. distrtct: lasti- wepk,! a.meetingwas held fit theChureh &r Ibelnirpose of con Bidering what.steps shbujd.be taken for, defraying; the existing- liabilities, on the ^nilding^nd-fo^performmgfsoin^jrieeea sary repaira^" -11^t0 Avere «boiiif5O mem bers of the -Congregation present,: and the Eev. Mr/Pifcz^bboii'jpi^ded;^-^;^ - - The Sev. J." BrWopds ifrrst' addressed i the meetings and teferred ^ttho^peculiar circumstanc^siiiTwhiehi hejr '.were placed, which-rendered' it ^necessary- ihat"some thing^should be Mmedmtely done. The church was sadly out of^epair, and, the I debt was'the.great reason, this, frecatise i so long as there wiisa! Ihrge ambunt to be paid, it was thoUjght-nseless to^corn mence newnndertatings. ^ He'told them "that it was no use ^procrastinating,'1" the effort must be made'sooner or^aier, "and better at that time than when ?anfoiteseen diffi culties might arise. * jrelninded the meeting of the 4irae wheiT,whole ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL IMTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

LOCAL IMTELUSENSE. MUIUAI. IMPROVEMENT SOCIETT. On Monday night last a meeting was held at the National School room, Mr. Straube in the chair, with the view oi forming a " Mutual Improvement and Debating Society." A set of rules were drawn up and submitted by Mr. Derrington; and were adopted, with few alterations, after an animated discussion,: which evinced that great interest was felt by those pre sent in the proceedings. The election of -President was deferred till the next meet ing of the Club, and a conimittse, op pointed consisting of - Messrs. Vizard, Pannell, Carey, and Shelton, with Mr. Derrington and Mr. T. Burchain, Tie i surer and Secretary respectively. The first regular meelibg of the Society is to be held on Monday next; and we hope that the members will all be animated bl ithe principle of the Duke of "Wellington, that everything worth doing is worth doing well. Grattan and Currau, when young men, practised oratory in a Debat ingclub; and Canning aud Brougham made th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. J. C Lvon, Esq., S.M., has received the following: . The Governor and Party leave Adelaide for Mount Gambier oh the 16th.;

Publication Title: Border Watch
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POLICE COURT. Monday, December 1. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

POLICE COURT, Monday, December 1. Before J. C, Lyon, Esq., S. John Apperlcy, charged with. being. drunk and disorderly on. the night of Friday, or rather Saturday morning, both on the street; and after he was locked up, aud also with damaging Police-Trooper Bartlett's uniform, was fined £3, with 6s. for the damage done. The Bench informed him that he might con sider himself lucky in being let off so easily., It was for.assaulting the police that he was so heavily fined, and it was no excuse for violence that it was caused by drunkenness, for that "mrj-aiw^gravaiioix'of-thc., oiFejICfi.^, ; ^ Henry Munroc, a man of colour, was charged with drunkenness; and causing ardis turbance amongst the other blackfellows, and was fined.5s. - ;-y- "> V.-.-V*V EGAX V., IUTBXCK AJO> PKTBIl BLOOMEB. Laurence Egan, Crown Lands Ranger, laid i an information against Patrick- and Peter Bloomer (father and son), for unlawfully cutting down a certain gum tree, nominally valued at one shilling, byt o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LANCASHIRE RELIEF FUND. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

ORIGINAL SOBRESPflflDEMGE. THE LANCASHIRE RELIEF FUND. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-A paragraph appeared in your last issue, noticing a Lecture delivered hy Mr. T. W. Burcliam upon Oddfcllowship, its origin, &c., in the Lodge Room of the I.O.O.F.M.U., Mount Gambier, but you omitted to state the object for which it "vvas given. In accordance with the precep't " That no man lighteth a candle and putteth-it under a bushel," permit me, Mr. Editor, to inform your readers (such as take an interest in the welfare -of our Buffering fellow-creatures in Lancashire) that the Lecture was given with the view to supplement that Fund. i Trusting the example set by the Oddfellows in so charitable a cause, will be speedily fol lowed by others, and that you will use your influence for so laudable an object through the columns of your valuable paper, I beg to subscribe myself, yours truly, - SYMPATHISER.

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MALACHI MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

MALACHI MARTIN. Malaclri Martin, for the murder of Jans Macnaminin, baa I een Sentenced to Death. - Wilson, the accomplice, has been sentenced to four years'hard labour. Adelaide, Thursday afternoon. In reply to your Telegram, Ijjs Excellency would like_ to name the 23rd of this month, Tuesday, if suitable for the &; ount Gambier Cattle Show. MATTHEW BR1NKLEY. A. F. Laurie, Esq.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

BIRTHS.   At East Strathdownie, on the 18th Nov., Mrs. John McEachern, senr., of a daughter.       At Heathfield, on the 29th Nov., Mrs. John   McEachern, junr, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

VICTORIA, i The Boanerges has cleared out tor Hongkong with 11,000 dunces of gold and 570 Chinese passefcgtrs. ? In the Assembly a Bill has been introduced to facilitate mining operations on private pro perty . ? ;:/.*<>*: ?-i . : A sham fight has taken place at Portland. The Victoria, bombarded and captured the town. At the Inglewood fire 76houses were burned down. A subscription-list lias 1 een opened for the relief of the sufferer9. 1 , ' A fire has also occurred at Talbot, m which 17 houses were destroyed. ^ ' - At theBallarat races the following horses were the winners:-Two-years-old Stakes, won by Arama; District Plate, by l ayard, Handi cap, by Mormon; Hurdle Race, by Stockman; Selling Stakes, by Conrad. GtiBAT SIN'GEIW.-The north of Europe rivals Italy in the production of great singers. Jenny Lind is a Swede ; and a tenor singer nafoed Itfyfun is said to be making a great sensation nttne Bioyal Opera-house in Copen hagenr Hfs portrait is in all the print shops...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TRIAL OF MALACHI MARTIN AND WILLIAM WILSON. Tuesday, December 2. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

TBIAL OF MALACHIv MARTIN ?'?'AND WILLX4»WiLS0N. . '? ' Tuesday/, December 2. Before His Honor the Chief Justice f' Malacbi Martin and William Wilson were indicted for feloniously* wilfully, anu with malice aforethought, kiltingand murdering one Jane Macnanimin, at Salt Greek, on or about the 4th Febuary, 1862. , . t :: ^he Ci'o\vn Solicitor and Attorni^-General 1 conducted the prosecution. Mr. Andrews and Mr. Wigley appeared for Martin, and Mr. Cooper for Wilson, The Court was crowded in every Partflf°r some time before the Jury were sworn. J he prisoner Martin during the entire day stood with bend hung down upon his chest, and looked I very dejected. There were nothing^ noticeable in Wilson's appearance, exceptan air of con fidence, which he maintained all through the day, The Crown Solicitor opened the proceedings in an able address, which occupied an hour and a half; and which was a careful his.ory of tlie case, which he purposed to prove by the wit nesses on the part of the Crow...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Friday, December 5th, 1862. Before G. B. Scott, Esq. IMPUDENT FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

| LOCAL COURT. j. Friday, Decdmber 5th,- 1862^ ' ^ ^ Before G. B. Scott, Esq. IMPUDENT FORGERY. Qeorge Aitken alias George the carpenter, Was brought up on a charge-of feloniously forking, altering and uttering n cheque drawn by William Thompson, on the Union Bank OiPcrtland, for £2 18s. to £20 18s. with in tent to defraud Albert James Edwards of Penola. .' Politfe-TrOopcr O'Connor sworn: On the 2fth November I received the warrant pro duced.- I apprehended the _ prisoner on the lltDecember, at Armitage'a station^ under ?:'we warrtaft for feloniously forging, altering, add uttering a^ctipque for £2 lbs. and dis'pos Itig of tbe said cheque for £20 18s. with in tent to defraud & J. Edwards, Innkeeper of P|nbla. I cautioned the prisoner in the tibial manner. He said I don't know what I have"donev> ^ I was drunk all the time. " Prisoner declined asking any questions. -w.Albert James Edwards, sworn: I am an ifuikeeper residing at the Prince of Wales, Penola. ^knowthe prisoner ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

Xmprrcimlcd by E. Leake, Esq., Frontier! House S" . ? ' I Yellow hullocl, nk olf ribs, >"3 near ribs B<own snaily bullock, X offrump, B g near ribs ? Red cow. 25 near ribs, AR near rump, X off J ~ loin Blue and white bullock, like L blotch oft ribs, WH near rump, II near shoulder Strawberry steer, BS near shoulder - By IVWallis, Esq, Mount Gambier. Yellow, and white bul 'ock, MD off rump If not claimed will be sold on the 'ind of l January, 1863, at noon, r JAMBS STEIN, Poundkeeper. OPRINGS-impounded*by C. L. Hanger . ^ Strawberry cow no visible brand, calf ait I foot Red and white cow GH off rump * ^ -/ \ - R If not claimed will be sold on the 23rd December at noon. JAMES STEIX, Poundkeeper i A MBIER Pound-Impounded at this v * Pound,. One red cow, white face, likeQ off ribs v. , , .. n-. Red bullock, II off rump, like ft-I off.ribs Dark red cow, 2 near rump, calf at side Stra\vl.er:y calf, LK off ribs JOHN BENNETT, Poundkeeper. To MB. RANGER EGAX, TABPEENA. C^IR,-As ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

NEW ZEALAND. y The ;Mdinga arrived from Otago at 5 p.m. bringing thirteen thousand ounces gold, and good news, . She made the passage each way under five diiya. ' />?; In attempting to float the steamer Victory off Cape Sartnders, tvliere she has been ashore fot moi:e than Itte fe months, she Lrok« in two, ~

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

GAMBIERTON" . , C a r r i a^e Depot. American Carriages, Wagons, &c, THE Undersigned have just received per " Jet" from Melbourne. Open top Bujrgy Wagoni No top Buggys with pole, shafts, lamps, &c. Open Concord Style, Light Wagons ? Two Seated Concord Wagons, with pole, shafts, &c. ' . AISO, i ; ? Double and Single Harness. If. A. LORD & CO., General Storekeepers, 84-6 Mount Gambier. . MOUNT GAMBIER ? TIJIBElt YAltD ' I' HE Undersigned have on Sale at their 1 Timber Yard, in quantities to suit ur chasers. 1 inch P T and G Boards 1 inch-W P Shelving Boards Y. D. L. Palinjjs Doors, DM 6ft. 8in x 2ft. 8in. ' " 6ft 8 in. x 2ft. 6in. . Sashes 10 x 14 " 10 x 12 41 10 x £ N. A. LORD & CO., General Storekeepers, 84-6 «? Mount Gambier. TOBACCO! Tobacco! Tobacco. f HE Undersigned are now opening Ex I "JET;* "Cameron's" Celebrated Crown Twist. "Pipes" Tens " Morning Dew " half pounds. N. A. LORD & CO., General Storekeepers, Mount Gambjjgr. - * ; ...

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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1862. IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

1 Ptiblished every Friday morning. FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1862. - IMMIGRATION. IT is set&craf safcr io interfere with , the freedom of immigration any more than with the freedom of trade, and the sup ply rof fresh European blood for the colonies ought, as a rule, to be-left to the spontaneous action of individuals. But ^Emigration from ^Europe to . Australia is an exception.^,. The circumstances of: this country are sb ^peculiar thatxnuch wisdom and "judicious bottle-holding" are ne cessarjrto prevent a "too. rapid and indisf criminate rush of all trades' and profes-. sions to these. shores. Immigration can scarcely, indeed, be top rapid. We want a vast population to develop the resources and to increase the wealth of the colonies. But we want' immigrants of . certain classes, namely, labourers and capitalists; and of these we'can- hardly have, tfto many. Other classes, however,'cannot be justly .encouraged. kto come in very large numbers. It' is obvious that we have already fa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) Robe, 8th December, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

GUICHEN BAY, . ; L (From oiff own .correspondent^ 1 ; Bofce, 8tb December, 1862. The' Westbura' bas nowiulh her;/?argo of: wool on board, antfCaptara Bruce expects to-be able fcrfeail on or * about-the 20fch inst:-®. r - - .*. ; r « f * * The first-class barqne ' Caroline' is chartered' ast second sbip}-®%tnay be looked for'from Adelaide on the i^Mr»t£ , , . - - .. / . The'erection ofthe' CustaraHoi|Be has been commenced with .on ^^ toli^naljy ~pfoxim1r^Jo/th#: Bite of the present Jetty, *' supposed that the. vexing questio^ site of the hewjettjja se^led.^ '4i His ^i^enOT.nSir^Pom&^iMRr^ expected by preparations, ^ere made. to_ ^e suitable reception, but his visit h{-, the^Otfririst/htoai'wi^J , Wool-has beenconimg in ireely, as many as" thirty .three drays arriving in.d one day, which ham been .u^laeten ^jmd despatched with uploadin^ ^tl^t any detention :w"

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

PORTLAND'. HURRICANE AT PORTLAND.--On Sun day morning last between six and seven o'clock this neighbourhood was visited by a most violent storm of wind from the west by north, which continued to rage with terrific fury for about half .an hour, effecting considerable damage. The roofs more or less carried away were almost numberless; among the premises most injured were Mr. S. Maconacby's, Lamb Inn, a portion of the warehouses of Messrs. Lord, Croaker & Co., the resi dences of Mr. Croaker, Bentinck-street, and of Miss . Clarke, Gawler-street, the chimney of the latter beiiig blown down. Trees were-broken in pieces or torn up by the roots, and the "air was darkened by dense clouds of dust. We are told by an individual who was out in the storm that before it commenced the approach of the wind was to be heard in the dis tance like the sound of the ocean when disturbed, and that when it did come it was frightful and irresistible. The ap pearance of the streets after the storm waa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE GREAT AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

T&E GREAT AMERICM CIVIL - . "WAB.-... * OUR latest intelligence .from' America leads, us to1 draw tlie" conclusion t&at the termination of thecivil war may tie nearer thtfnweat "first sight^mighPbe led tp imagine. ~ , The. federals .are making gigantic efforts, and- rumours fore circu lated tbat the Confederates are feeling sensibly the fearful havoc, loss of life, destruction of property, andinterruption of commerce, "which the warVhasjcaused. It is true, that but little dependence can ,be placed on these rumours :; for another rumourasserts tbat the Confederates will raise the '. black 'flag," arid refuse all quarter. - Any- yray, - this .civil war has been one of the most frightful calamities in" the history of the world; and there is retribution, in it, even*for England: for the cotton districts, Lancashire especially, in which* vast fortunes were made out of slave-grown cotton, now suffer a dire and stilLdaily increasing distress. "We shall anxiously look for ou...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FREIGHT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

®lKS!MPiN ?- 1 *f- , r~* . ; FREIGHT, j .. ; To the Editor of the Border Watch. ????.. ?*, ir r"*-,.. ??'Z.:hP~ fir '?:» , ... ».,iw«H.iS'. Sir,-I have received several packages of leather landed to iny o;rder at MacDonnelr Bay. In. every instance the) exact value the leather, has been £20 sterling. Bp.t the amount "of the freight for the same weight and value of goods has varied , in a most remark- * able manner. - My receipts will show that I have, been charged 12s. 6d. and 158. 96., and the last £1 sterling.; -Wilt you inform me where the fault lies? . I give you my name in confidence, in case mv. statement **» challenged. «* » VMVVUU uc Yours, ' ^ " A SUBSCRIBER. [The writer-haii furnished and address.-Ed* B. W/j

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

GENERAL NEWS, TRUE MODE OF PLANTING.-Atten tion to apparently trivial mattere is often more conducive to success in farming, as well as*in otherpursuits, than is generally imagined. If we put a, seed of any kind into the soil, for instance, we are apt to think that if it only germinates in a reas onable period it is of no consequence whe ther it ia within lialf-an-inch of the sur face, cr three or four inches below it. .Maity farmersvmiist, of course, have re marked a noticeable difference in the appearance of two portions of land, some with the same kind of crop and in similar t-ondition jevery way, except as to depth. There have been very few experiments recorded, however, to show the most suit able depth for. different kinds of plants. It is much to be wished-that some careful experiments were ma<|| to show the proper depths for planting fruit and other trees in these colonies. Many, if hot most gardeners here, bury the roots and a por tion of the stem far below the su...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INDISPOSITION OF HIS EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 December 1862

INDISPOSITION OP; HIS [Z?£h , - ? /- EXCELLENCY. - 1 ' \ j - " , .£*$.} ^ v . #? ? * J. ,C.c Lyon, Esq., - S.M., - received a telegram oh Thursday,-stating that :His , i Excellency had been very" unwell, and though rapidly getting better;. 4it was uncertain whether^ he \would be able tb leaveV-Adel^ide by the "A^nt" on the 16th instant. '

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