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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

APSLEY ] -.MKk Mmsikii flG3ICUI.TUBAl ASS0SIAT10M. r|^HE Annual General Meeting 6f tbo *? members of the above Society, will be held at Kottefill's Hotel, APSLEY, on WEDNESDAY, 18 th ^February, at noon, to elect Officers for the present year, and other business. By order of the Committee, J. P HAYMAN, Hon. Sec. ' KEWA1IB. X\j JIEREAS some malicious persons, * ' on or about January 3rd, 1863, ietfire andbarned a line of BBUSH FENCING, situate near Bonney'a Wells, on the §WH1 ST&TtQNj And any person or persons who will give such information as may lead to the con viction of the offender or offenders, will receive the above Reward. THOMAS TILLEY. January 6th, 1863. "WHEAT! Wlieat! Wheat!! 'F*HE Undersigned are purchasers of *? the Above Article, and other pro duce at the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. ST. A.JLOMTO&C©., General Storekeepers, Mount Gambier. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE. The Sale announced to come of by Public Auction at THE BREWERY, On SATURDAY, the 10th January At 3 o'cl...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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List of Unclaimed Letters, lying at the Post Office, Mount Gambier. January 8th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

List of Unclaimed Letters, lying at the Post Office, MountGambier. January 8th, 1863. Acroyd, Willm Leary, Mr9 Bocier, Mr. Lubke, Ch. Bakemin. John Little, Thos Brown, William McDonald John, care of Britt; Wm. William Long Chslmers, Win. Mansell, Mrs. Carroll, P. McGall, Nicol Cameron, Rory Morrison, Mrs. Cotheril. Geo. Mather, Thos. Float, H, : . Mcintosh D. Qoodcliffe, Wm. McGarphrey, Hugh Geyer, Mr. Murdie, Wm. Green, John Miljigan, M. Genskie, -Wrin Northern, Ernest Hunter, W. Esq. Pendlebury, W. H. Ilenessy, Wm. Pahl . ^ Hall, JohnPope, John . v Hogan, Ml; Parmer Prince, Solicitor Julia, Miss Quin, J. B. ' Jones,. Jon$h. Stephens, Edward Kruger, August . Seerey, Daniel Krella, William . Shaw, John King; Thos. Symonds, J. Esq. Tracey, Bridget Taylor, Kichd Thomas, Geo

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TARPEENA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

TARPEENA KACES. Pursuant to the notices that hare ap peared in the "Border Watch" these races came off on Tuesday last. 'We may perhaps commence our re port of the proceedings, by stating that Tarpeena is situated nearly mid way be tween Mount Gambier and Penola, but rather nearer the Mount. There are feveral farmers residing near the locality, which', however, has got at least one drawback, common we regret in the South Eastern district, viz., want of good roads. This however we may venture to hope, may be e'er long " in the good time coming," remedied-as we understand that a petition to the Commissioner of Crown Lands is being, or has been signed by most, if not all of those interested for an outlay by Government on the maiu road leading from the Mount to Penola, via Tarpeena, including a log or other inexpensive bridge- over the Dismal Swamp. , The Tarpeena Hotel is a small, but extremely comfortable and well fitted up hostelry, and mine host Laurence Egari, jtinr., seems willing...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1863. THE VICTORIAN SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

©be Watclt, Published every Friday morning. FKIDAY JANUARY-9, 1863l THE YIQTOSIAN SQUATTERS. FEW of our readers need to be informed that the Dufiy Government have lately issued a ukase imposing a most oppres sive tax"onfthe squatters of the neigh bouring colony. The assessment on stock was formerly very heavy, but stock holders were not called upon to pay for more than they actually possessed. By the new regulation, however, the runs are rated, not for. the number of sheep they carry, but for the number they are sup posed to be capable of carrying. This valuation has been made in a most arbi trary and fictitious maDner, and some of the settlers in tho neighbourhood are summoned to pay for double the number of sheep they possess, their runs being rated at -double, or nearly double, their capabilities; Every one knows that many of the runs are already overstocked-a fact which will soon be evident if this Australian draught is to continue. And yet our settlers are arbitrarily charged f...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) January 6th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

MOSQUITO PLAINS. .om our own Correspondent.) January Gth, 1862. The Christmas and New Tear have passed over the Plains with their old dull uniformity. There was nothing to mark their passage beyond a sort of Sabbath quiet, that seemed to pervade the little place. Business was suspended, and the ruralising part of the community in gene ral, betook themselves to the Caves, I where the time passed pleasantly enough.] It is generally believed that, in most J eases, the bush fires that have taken place here of late have been the work of incen diaries. If so, we hope some of these worthless vagabonds may be caught and severely punished for such malicious mischief. The races come off on Friday, and a good clay's sport is anticipated. The young man, Cameron, who was so badly' hurt by the fall of his horse, in the hurdle race ftt the Inverness Inn, is now almost well again. -The dust storm which visited The Mount last Wednesday, was also felt very badly here. The heat, smoke, and dust put ma...

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FORESTERS' DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

FORESTERS' DINNER. The Anniversary Dinner of the A.O.F., Court Marian, was held in the Court Room (South's) on Thursday, January 1, 1863. About fifty persons sat down to dinner, which was served up in host South's usual excellent style. Brother H. Simpson, Secretary of Court Benevolence, Penola, occupied the chair; C.R. Dawson the vice-chair. There were several of the brothers of the MacDon nell Bay and Penola Courts present. - ? After the removal of the cloth, the chair man gave " The, Health of the Queen," " Prince of Wales and the Royal Family," " The Governor, Sir Dominic Daly." In giving this latter toast the chairman hoped soon to see Sir Dominic amongst us. He was a member of a Society similar to their own the Oddfellows. From the great experience His Excellency had had in the back woods of Canada, one of which States he governed pre vious to coming to South Australia, and as he knew perfectly well the requirements and resources of this colony, we had every reason to feel sat...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

GENERAL NEWS: : MB. S. M'KENZIE.-Previous to this gentle man's Jeavfiig our goodjtovrn for Penola where he intends commencing business a few gen tlemen, met with him at the Victoria Hotel on Friday last, and presented him with a handsome gold watch and chain, as an ac knowledgment of his valuable services for many years in the interests of the Scotch Church here. The presentation was made by J. M'Kellar, E<q, who brieily referred to Mr. M'Kenzie's services, and ^aid that, though the inscription bore that the watch was "presented by friends of the P esbvterian Church," yet he was sure that Mr. M'Kenzie carried along with him the best wishes and good will of the community at large. Mr. M'Kenzie returned thanks in a very appro priate manner, and expressed his astonishment to find that anything he.had ever done either for the church or as. a citizen of the town should call forth ; s%h a valuable mark of their esteem. He hoped he would ever con tinue to deserve their regard, a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) Penola, January 7th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

! PENOLA. i . (From our own correspondent.) Penola, January 7th, 1863. Oil New Years' Day Penola was quite empty; part of the population was at Mount Gambier, and a greater portion of the remainder paid a visit to the In^ yern.ess Inn, about 12 miles oil', kept by Mr. D. McDonald:-here, a very excel lent day's Hack Races was prepared for them as well as an abundance of good cheer of every description, for which mine host on these occasions is renowned. 1st Race, for £15, 2 inile heats, was won by Rairey. 2nd Race, for a Saddle, once round, heats, was won by Chingchong. 3rd race, for £15, Ilurdle Race, was won by Duke. 4th Baca, for bridle, whip, and spurs, once round, was won by Lightfoot. 5th race, hurry scurry, was won by Black Doctor. In the Hurdle Race, Angus Cameron, the owner of the Duke, had such a severe fall that it was thought he was killed, but he luckily recovered with this single exception. The whole of the affair was a most pleasant one. Some of the neigh bouring settl...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BUSH PIKES.-Ou Saturday lost about one o clock, the inhabitants of Mount Gambler were 8t"rtled by the report that afire had broken out ou one of the nurner. !, ' b^oad Cockatoo 1 alley, and numbera of ^ople were to be seen making their way in the direc tion of the supposed Are. It turned out. happily, to have originated in the neigh bourhood of Coinpton, about seven miles from the township, and naturally enough considerable excitement was created amongst the inhabitants there. It was with considerable difficulty that Mr James Mitchell saved his crop, as the fira in some places approached to within a hundred yards of .his fence. Tho grass paddock of Mr. T. A. Well, was burned, and it required 110 small share of exertion to prevent his dwelling-house from sbar ing the same fate. The fire burnt all tho grass around the house, when it was for tunately extinguished without doing any further damnge in that locality. There was also a fire ou Friday near the Blue Lake, o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

Must '4c CO MERCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, -w . . PORT MACDONNELU NATIONAI/BANK OF AUSTRAL ASIA. Agents for M acDonneli Bay, THOS. MUST ,5b CO. AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. THOS. MUST & CO. Agents. BARLEY. 'HE highest market price given for Good samples Malting Barlej'. * THOS. MUST & CO. 'pHE undersigned are purchasers , good ® Clean Samples Wheat, and will''make advances on the same. / Port MacDonnell, 2nd January, 1863. ON SALE at the Stores of the Under signed "WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. Tea Sugar Coffee ', *: Mustard Vinegar Capers Herrings Salmon Sardines - Kaisins Currants Figs Tapioca Sago r Oatmeal Arrowroot Rice Maccaroni Starch Blue Soap Whiting Blacking Soda Fort Macdonnell, 2nd January, 1?63, WHEAT. THOS. MUST & CO. Pickles Sauces Candied peel Curry powder Tartaric acid Carb. soda Salad oil Castor oil Bottled fruit Ground ginger -Patent groats Cream tartar Salt petre EARTHENWARE. Cups and saucers Ewers and basons Dishes. Plates, . Jugs GLASSWARE....

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LOCAL COURT. January 5th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

LOCAL COURT. January 5th, 1863. John Corregan was brought up, chargcd with Btealing a horse and saddle from the station of Messrs. Cameron and McKillop. He was remanded for three days for the pro duction of evidence. *, Januaiy 6th. Before G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M., chairman, J. liiddoch, T. A. Wells, and - Baker, Esqs., J.P.s. District Register v, McQuade, This was an information for not registering the birth of a child within the stipulated time. Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. "Woods wished the Bench to inflict the lowest amount they could. Fine 5s. Regina v. Jane Adwin. The prisoner was brought up to take her trial, charged with - tealing 2 yokes, 4 hows, 2 chains-and 2 rings, the property of George Gladstone. Another count charged the prisoner with feloniously receiving them, knowing them td be stolen. 1 lea, not guilty. After going through the evidence, which we gave in full length a week or two ago, the Bench found the prisoner guilty on the ser cond count, and as she had already...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIIPPING. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

r¥¥i.p"p"i NA.' MACDONNELL BAT. ARRIVED* Jet, from Melbourne. - ' DEPARTURES. Jet^ for Melbourne. - '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

PENOL A ANNUAL ? Itace Meeting-.' FE^&TJAKt, 24tli and 25th, 1863. Stewards J. Biddbch^ Eaq. ^ M;SmaUpage,Esq. ^ A. Canteron, Esq." ; ? It. Steymonr,;I&q* V J. Robertson, Esq, W. H. "Wells, Esq. FIRST Dat. TUESDAY 24TH Febeuaby. v THE ST. LEGES. Of 6QV8., witji a sweepstakes of five sovs. added, . fpr ajl 3 year old jjolts and fillies. Mile' and-a-l»lf ? one event. Colts 8st 1011^ geldings and fillies 8st. 7 b. 5 THE PSNOLA TOWN PLATE. Of ::sovi^^fca'BwecmstAes".of five sovs.. added. Two|mile heats. For all horses and mares*. Town Plate weights. THE hubdle BACE. Of sovs., wth a sweepstakes of one sov added,.:; Onjei^round -the course;;heats; over, 5 flight! of hurdles; for all untrained horses tliat »ve never won public'money i Jjt (hack* stakes excepted). Weights not less I .jPthan 10 stew. Post entiy. 1 f SECOND DAT. WBDKipAX 25th Febbuary. IE MAIDEN PLATE. ^Of -sbvfii/with a sweepstakes" of three sovs. ^ added, *ot all horses and mares that have neverwm public mon...

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MOUNT GAMBIER MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

MOOTT GAMB1ER MARKET. The following are tlie latest quotations at our mills;- . Mount Gambier Mill,; Thursday evening Jan. 1. - Hour, " Adelaide. price; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do, ; Wheat, 4s per bushel. .. Victoria ?team Mills, Thursday evening Jan.- I.-Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £5 do.: Barley, 5s 6d jx bushel; Oats, none; Crushing, 6a per bushel.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

c Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. ' 'Flour.--No change. Price still £10 10s. toLll per,ton. AVheat.-Prices Teraain about 4s, 5d. at the Port, and 4s. 3d. to 4s. 4d. per bushel in Town.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 January 1863

GENERAL NEWS, An amusing scene took place attfie Kyneton ToBfce last, the ^principal actor therein being a' man who either ^ad "what is coloiiially termed au scr,evv loose" or put on the appearance of this being the case. He was chained by Mr Gregoiy (mine host of the Ky neton hotel) with having fraudu lently obtained a dinner without leave or payment. Upon beieg charged with the . offenceV he Very politely designated the Bench a^pack'of dBotoisy'*' .'and somewhiat nonplussed them bjr askingbywhat right, or law, he was retained: in-custody, some what cor rectly alleg ing that-it was only by Summbhafor a common deb.t he could be proceeded against. Tne bench somewhat staggered t»y this version of their legal power, which they discovered^ be correct, had recourse to the police, who hav ing discovered a certficate of discharged froui the Yarra Bend, applied for the prisoner to be remanded for medical examination, which was accordingly granted, and the polite individual was, much to his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

FLIOS. & Co. MCBECHANTS^JLKD COMMISSION AGENTS, PORT MACDONNELL. NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTEAL , .ASIA.-',- ' Agents for AJ acDonnell Bay, THOS. MUST & CO. AUSTRALASIAN«INSUEANCE COMPANY. THOS. MUST & CO. Agents. BARLEY. THE highest market price given for Good samples Malting Barley. THOS. MUST & CO. Port IVTacdonnelJ, 2nd January, 1S63. WHEAT. 'I 'HE undersigned are purchasers good ? Clean Samples Wheat, and will make sdrances on the, same. THOS. MUST & CO. Port MacDonnell, 2nd January, 1863. ON SALE at the Stores of the Under signed WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Tea Sugar Coffee Spices Pickles Sauces Mustard Vinegar Capers Herrings Salmon Sardines Raisins Currants, Figs Tapioca Sago Oatmeal Arrowroot Ricc Maccaroni Starch Blue Soap Whiting Blacking Soda Candied peel Bottled fruit Curry powder Ground ginger Pearl barley Patent groats Tartaric acid Cream tartar Carb. soda Salt petre Salad oil Sperm candles Castor oil Washing crystal EABTHENWAEE. Cups and s...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. As Mrs. Fenchley, wlio is lecturing on Texas,' thinks that but for mosquitoes, rattlesnakes, mocassins, yellow fever, the enervating effect of the climate, the whis key drinking, and other propensities of the people, that State would be a desir able place to live in. GREAT " SALVE'* CEETIFICATE.-Dear Doctor, I will be 175 years old next Oc tober. For 94 years I have been an in valid, unable to move except when stirred with a lever. But a year ago last Thurs day I heard of the granicular syrup. I bought a bottle, smelt the cork, and found myself a new man. I can run 121 miles an hour, and throw 19 double somer saults without stopping. - American paper. Locking a scolding woman in a room is the only way to shut her up. " That's my business," as the butcher said to the dog that was killing his sheep. A married lady lately consulted her lawyer on the following question:-"As I wedded Mr. T for his wealth, and that wealth is now spent, am I not to all intents and purposes a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

XBo&t'titiiig* @eEiool SOUTH PORTLAND. TUITION will be resumed on Monday, * 2nd February next. JOHN BROWNING. Portland; 27th December, 1862. MISS CLARKE wishes her Pupils to re-assemble on TUESDAY, JANU ARY 28th, Portland, 1860. 91-93 CHURCH OF ENGLAND. D I VINE SERVICE will le performed Morning and Evening on SUNDAY, the 18th inst., by the Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP OF THIS DIOCESE* in the Mount Gambier Wesleyan Church, (the use of which has been kindly placed at his disposal for that occasion) also at the School House, Compton Downs, on the afternoon of the same day. GEO. M. NOBES. AT a Meeting of the Church of England Committee, held on Thursday, 15th January, it was unanimously resolved that the following advertisement be inserted in the Border-Watch of the 16th instant: Proposed by Mr. Maisey, seconded by Mr. Burton-That this meeting, having seen an advertisement in the Border Watch, signed by Geo. M. Nobes, to the cffect that the Lord Bishop of Adelaide will preach in ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

GENERAL KEWS. Firis.-During the hot wind yesterday a fire hiroke out in the rear of the town to the south-Vest which destroyed a large quantity of Mr. J.Uirownirig's and Captain Frawthrop's fences.! Fortunately, by removing a portion of fencing, it was prevented extending as it otherwisf might have done. The residence and garden of Air. J. Lear had a narrow escape. The fire originated in a paddock belonging to Mr. E; H|nty, where some men were engaged in burning rubbish.-Portland Chronicle. MuNiFHiENT GIFT.-We hear that J. Pear son, Esq., has presented the house in Percy street, in which he has been residing, to the Wesley an body, for the use of their ministers. This is a noBje "act of christian liberality and worthy of record.-Ibid. CRICKET.-An interesting match has been played between the players and gentlemen of iV! elbourae, in\ which the former - have been victors. Speaking of the play, the Argus savs. -"Redfern alone was able to soar into the regions of double figures. He led...

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