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(EPITOME OF ADELAIDE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

(EPITOME OF ADELAIDE "NEWS. We (Chrbnicle)imderstand that the " Local Government Bill'* noiy before the Victorian Legislature, a,rid referred to by the Hon. A. Blyth in his, recent telegrams as the reason why the Conference coulc not be held,' is simply a kind of District Councils BillI The Parliament of Victo ria, having just annexed difr Real Pro perty laws, are now appropriating our Municipal institutions. We are glad to find that the Legislature of South Aus tralia is useful beyondllhe limits of the province. Mr. Stuart is gradually recovering his health under the treatment of Dr. "Wood fordo ; indeed, we believe we can say that he has now quite recovered from his dis tressing sickncss. The Castle Eden, with 307 Government immigrants,, arrived^ at the Lightship, Adelaide, on Friday, December 26. [How many of these are the different townships in the South-Eastern district likely to get? Ed. B.W.] -W The following letter accompanied the last remittance of £350 to the Lanca shire ....

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

; aEOTBAL NEWS. Portland RACES.-Referring to this jgpubject the Portland Chronicle says: " From what transpired at the meeting at Mac's on Tuesday evening it would 'appear to be the intention of the stewards to carry out the races for the season with more than ordinary vigor. A race dinner and a race ball are both contemplated' and as it is now two years since we had any races we cannot but hope the whole of the proceedings will be both successful and satisfactory. ^ ; . PtECEo^PxETJiioKiA.-Prom a report addressed by Dr. Macadam, in his capa city of Health Officer to the Corppration of Melbourne, we gather that cattle are being sold in the Jirelbourn^feittle Market, for , slaughtering, so far ^rafaced in the disease of pleura-pneumonia that the ?atmosphere is strongly impregnated with offensive odour/ resultiug from their breathing. Itis^rther stated that the : carcases of many, animals slaughtered Indicate that meat in the very last and worst stage of the disease is being sold. The...

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Published every Friday morning. The Border Watch. FRIDAY JANUARY 16, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

Published every Friday morning. Y FRIDAY JANUARY 16, 1863. Ouij neighbours over the border are amusing themselves tvith a controversy . .touching the person and the salary of their- Governor, Sir Henry VBarklay. His Excellency appears to have been, for some time back, in not very amicable terms with his ministry, or ggith that , powerful section of the Victorian commu nity which the Ministry ia presumed to represent. The misunderstanding has either its cause or its crisis in an attempt to effect a reduction of the Governor's - salary from £15,000 a year to £7,000, which was defeated 1)y the Duke of New castle, the colonial secretary. This fail ure arqused the ire of the most influential . portion of the colonial pregs, and has evoked a spirit and a temper which cer .... tainly does not reflect credit on the guides of public opinion in Victoria. The Governor does not consider the salary too high, and h»s given his opinion against the contemplated reduction. For this cause an immense ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) Robe, January 12th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

QUICHEN BAY. (From our own correspondent.) ' Rbbe, January 12th, 1863. The " Westburn" sailed hence for London on 23rd December, haying on board a full cargo, consisting of 2333 bales of wool and 32 tons copper ore, value £51,172. The " Caroline" is' how in course of load ing, and is expected to . take 2700 bales of wool^ leaving sufficient to load a third ship. The u Ant," after being detained two days at MacDonnell Bay, arrived on Wednes ay morning after a stiff breeze was setting in from"?the north, which during the day in-' creased to a gale, with a very low barometer. By twelve o'clock, however, the wind shifted round to the westward, and -apprehensions of danger which might have existed, were speedily allayed. During the night blue lights were shown on the "Ant," and a rumor was speedily circulated that she was coming ashore ; however, it soon turned out to be only a parting flare for the expiring year, anil the new was ushered in with firing of cannon and ringing of bells. We...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [By Electric Telegraph.] (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

AKBIYAL OF THE [By Electric Telegraph.] (From our own correspondent.) The English mail arrived at Adelaide this morning. Adelaide, January 12fch, 1863. The Queen haa formally assented to the marriage of the Prince of Wales, to take place in A pril nest. The Lancashire distress i# still rapidly increasing. Four hundred and fifty thousand persons are receiving relief. The &um uf-ninety thousand pounds was collected at one meeting at Manchester. The Exhibition is elosed. The fight for the championship of En glend between Mace and King, was won by King after a severe fight. The female Blondin has been crippled for life. j Total wreck of the P. and O. steamer Colombo. Two boxes lost (query ?) mails.

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) January 13th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

3 MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) January 13fch, 1862. * Some little time since the inhabitants of the Tatiara-district petitioned Govern ment to place ^ weekly mail upon their - line of roadv^In the simplicity of their hearts they fancied that Government had only to be made aware of their wants in order to satisfy them. But thd other day ian im^rial missive dispelled the illusion. Our very paternal rulers could not accede f;to the prayer;, of the petitioners. A beggarly £150:a year could not be spent upon a district that' bias yielded- many ^thousands jvyear to the colonial revenue, ^and which up;td»this_ hour has received. in return absolutely nothing. Will they, | we wonder, accuse our Tatiara friends of ^disloyalty if they do not now overflow with gratitude for this extraordinary dis play of their benificence ? That many of the bush fires recently 'raging here were* the work of incendiaries, was strikingly proved on Sunday week. Parties riding along the^boundary l...

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

AMERICA. Humoured tliat the Confederates re occupy Harper's Ferry. Confederate steamer Alabama des troyed, upwards of twenty Federal vessels, two of which were saved from destruction on giving bonds for 86,000 dollars, payable to President Davis on the declaration of peace ; difficulties will pro bably arise with England, in consequence of the Alabama being built there. Another British vessel boarded and burned by Federals. ITALY. Bullet and splinters have been ex tracted from Garibaldi's foot after nume rous and painful surgical operations. Seventeen surgeons were in attendance. ' PRUSSIA. Determined struggle appears imminent between the King of Prussia and the people. GERMANY, The obituary of the month includes the name of Uhlind, the great German poet. . RUSSIA. The chief of the secret "police has been assassinated. GREECE. . Noninterventiou has been agreed to between England, France and Russia.

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(To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

( To fiie Editor of the Border£ Watch.) Dear Sir,--In your last issue of the Border "Watch I wish to make some remarks respect it, especially as concerning the poor old gen tleman who so far forgot himself-as to write you a letter. I hope my dear sr. you were not offended with him, bnt he was really in a great rage because he thought you had not made so much of him as of some of the 4* big wigs" as he profanely termed them. He does notjknow any better, and thinks what he said waFvery eloquent, although nobody else does. Besides he is very fond of seeing his name in print, and thinks a great deal ot himself, so I hope you vrtll cxcnse his silly letter and im pute it to his ignorance for he does not really intend any harm. Please take his concluding advice^ and when you again have occasion to put his name in your paper " keep it out al together." I am, toy dear sir, Yours affectionately, R. EVE. Corner, 15th Jan. 1863. IMPOSTS ASD EXPORTS.-We have received on account of the imports an...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE JET-This schooner made a good run to Melbourne on her last trip. She left Port MacDonnell on Thursday last, and arrived at Hobson's Bay ou Saturday evening, thus accomplishing the trip in a little over two days. IDLE DOGS.-Her Majesty's peaceable subjects at-Mount Gambier are becoming dreadfully annoyed with the misdeeds of hungry and dishonest dogs and cats. AVe should be afraid to say how many fowls or joints of meat are weekly carried off or spoiled by these creatures. They watch their opportunity atid enter every avail able door or window for purposes of plunder. It is hard that the public have no protection against such a nuisance, and that a dog with a registered collar round his neck is considered sacred from punishment. There seems a strange con tradiction in the circumstance of people's going to the expense of registering a dog, and yet refusing to feed him ; and it is surely low and mean in the extreme tor persons to keep animals to prey upon their ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH PSALMODY. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CHURCH PSALMODY. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Dear Sir,-Is it an impossibility with the Presbyterians worshipping on the Mount to amend their Psalmody? Such horrid exhi bitions as are being made Sabbath after Sab bath ought to make those at all interested in the prosperity of the Church, bestir them selves, to the improvement of this important yart of the Church. All honor is due to them for what they have done, are doing, and intend to do, in the building of their worthy pastor a house worthy of him, and it has been mooted that the Church needs enlargement. I hope it may; but I can assure those who are in the management of that Church, that so soon as the Church of England is set a-going, a good number of their present hearers will [ leave them, UNLESS some alteration be made in their singing. Why is it.that our neigh I bours over the way have always a good at tendance morning* and evening? It is not that they get a l etter sermon, but because they ca...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ALL THE YEAR ROUND. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

THE YEAR ROUND. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-The following lines, extracted from an English paper, may to deeded lay you not inappropriate to this district, at this particular seasion of the year: All the year round ;its changes but remind ua | Life hath its 'must' and 'may be1 as of vore ; For the same hues that tinge thejJouds behind us Colour the shapings of the mists before. i The future year; it seems a golden glory | Betwixt young faces and the morning light, A tremulous dull haze before the hoary, Through whose faint redness shine the - stars of night. _ ? ?' ? . v.. ? ? ' ? All the year round go bridali forth, and hearses ? - . Love-troth' and Rattle cry, the .curse, the prayer, , .... The slave's low moaning, and the poet s verses, -t- Together .reach the undulating air 5 . Roundthe full household, here, one-joyful . mother' , ' . ? . . " Wreathes her rich love, a bower of living bloom, . ^hat death hath never entered ; there, another . Must plant hers, drooping ...

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PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) Penola, January 14th, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) Penola, January 14th, 1863. On Wednesday last a bush fire was ob-j served from the township in the direction of the Woolshed, but the wind being south at the time, no particular notice was taken of it by our inhabitants. On Thursday, however, between 10 and 11 o'clock, the wind had veered round to the north, and a fire was evidently approaching towartis the Police Padrt?ck, and Mr. Scott, our Magistrate, was immediately on the $lert. The people turned out at once, and in a body proceeded to try nud arrest the progress of the devastating element. When we arrived at the north end of the paddock the fire was not 200 yards off. An attempt was made to burn a belt in front of it, and this succceded with the ex ception of a few yards-those few yards thro', men were forced to give way before the heat, and the long grass in the paddock, once ignited, all hope of saving it. was gone. A strong party was dispatched into the town ship to burn across the othe...

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SHIPPING. MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

;s H I P PIN G. MACDONNELL BAY. VESSELS EXPECTED.-The "Boscame"from Tasmania with timber, daily: Mary Stuart, from A delaide, with general cargo; Jet, from Melbourne.

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

'J PEN OLA " ANNUAL ... ,v ^E^EITARY, 24th and 25th, 1863. : . v Stewards: |*«fr . .'bJWBiddoch, )2sq.; . { . M. Smallpage, Esq. -V Cameron, Esq. It. Seymour, Esq. ^ ^. Robertson, Esq. %W$T. H.Wells, Esq^ ?;;; FlBST Day. . fr TUESDAY 24TH FEBBUABY. A* - . . THE ST. LEGEE* for mvs., with a sweepstakes of five sovs. I added, for all 3 year old colts and fillies. l^'M'ile .and-a-half; one event. Colts 8st lb., geldings and fillies 8st. 7 b. \ THE PE5"0LA TOW PLATE. for- BOYS., with a sweepstakes of five sovs. added. Two mile heats. For all horses .andmares. TownPilteweights. "THE HACK HURDLE BACE. $OTi sovs., with a sweepstakes of one sov added. Once round the course; heats; ifcnhyer ^.flights of hurdles; for all untrained ^ rhorses that have never won public' money V |:* (hack, stakes excepted). Weights not less ^tiron 10 stcne. - Post entry. &" f1 ~ SECOND Dat. jj& WEDNESDAY 25TH Febbitaby. fcHEMAIDEJT PLATE. govs,, with a sweepstakes of three sovs. fH >*added, for...

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MOUNT GAMBIEE, MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

MOUNT GAMBIEE, MARKETS. The following are the latest quotations at our mills; ...: Mount Gambier Mill, Thursday evening Jan. 15.-!- Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran^ £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per "bushel.-/ ^ Victoria Steam Mills, Thursday evening . Jan. 15.-Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran; £5 do.: Barley, 5s 6d pe ^ bushel; Oats, none; Crushing, 6d per bushel.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 January 1863

Border Watch Office Thursday Eveniug. ...At Adelaide the farmers have nearly finished "reaping upon the plains, and deliveries of wheat are in consequence being freely made, trices have declined somewhat, but large sales have token place at a trifle above current rates for deliveryduring the present month. Large speculative transactions in flour have also - occurred at prices varying from £1012s. 6d. to.£11 per ton for Town silk dressed brand. WnEAT-The price given by buyers in Adelaide is 4s. to 4s. Id. per bushel,'and sales have taken place at the Port at 4s. 3d. to ,. 49. 4d. per bushel. Ftoua.-Silk-dressed is to be obtained at about £10 15s. per tan for Town brands and ^wire-dressed at about £10. BRAS is lower in value, and difficult of sale. OATS AMI) BAHLEY.-Good Cape oats are in ' demand, and would fetch high rates. White are also firm at quotations. Cape barley sells readily at former rates. FARM AND DAIRY PUODUCE.-Hams and bacon are In demand, also prime cheese. Eggs mainta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 January 1863

jHWelboiirne, HAMILTON & PORTLAND. and after MONDAY, the 8th December, 1862, a Coach will leave the MOUNT GAM BIER HOTEL Every Monday and Friday, at 4 a.m., taking passengers and parcels to Hamilton, Portland, Bnllarat, and Melbourne, and all intermediate places via Liudsay, Ileathfield and Casterton. Return Conches will leave Mac's Hotel, Portland, every Monday and Friday, at 5 a.m. Malcolm's hotel, Hamilton, every Tuesday and Saturday, at 5 a.m., arriving at Mount (3am bier on"Tuesday and Saturday Evenings at 7 p.m. Fares to HAMILTON, 50S. ,, PORTI.ANI), COS. . ?'* MOUNT GAMBIER to h.VCDONNELL bat. A Coach will leave the Mount Gambier hotel every Thursday and Sunday at 8 nan., leaving Lock's hotel same evenings at 4 p.m. Fahe, 10s; RETURN, 15S. T. CAWKER, 86 Proprietor., Telegraph Department, Chief Office, Ade laide, 1868, January 9. ELECTRIC TElUGRAPH-PENOLA & KINCRAIG LINE/ . ' . -- EN DEES for the supply of POLES for a LINE of TELEGRAPH from PEN OLA tt> KlNCH...

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To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 January 1863

" To ths: Editor of the Border Watch. Dear Sir*?-In answer, to yo'nr correspondent EvfeVlfefter, itllow me to congratulate liim oil his exhibition'of LindFey- Murray, or is the M^Oolmaster'ralVroad t that he: slroiiW so pits?! interpret iny letter'.'.' In the fi.r-st- place Piiever used 'the pr6fanfe ,tcrnv'" Big- Wi^y.hbf hail I any feeling tof antipathy' towards the men of note, who tvere.at.the,meeting. On the con>. . trary, I have-a.-Teryiigh^respect for-themj and; any- man of .cnmriou. sense on reading that, letter, Tvbultl see; that the remarks therein contained had,r«o; reference whaterer to any particular das',' but was addressed to the* editor or reporter of the meeting:, and as for jn.v I eftisr very- fond of seeing my, name in print, it surelyVannot apply to me. as it is the . nrst.time thntl&jiy.-oi* ,The Mount lias seen it . there. Theother portinns of Ins tetter I treat as they deser-vi-icitk silent contempt. . ^ywurs,.&c, . - . . ' R.-adams: Mount G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 January 1863

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 23 January 1863

\ I/ATEST; ENGLISH JKEWS J : (From the Home News.) - first impression made in our poli tical circles by the devolution in' Greece . was that Russia. more than Greece, I was interested in a movement, ultimately eal* . culated to produce fresh convulsionson the Turkish Frontier, if not to detachl^e Albanian and Hellenic provinces. Sub * sequent circumstances have lightly mo dified, although they hav# not removed that opinion. Aa soon is the fact was , v known that ?a-provisional government was ^ established, and that it had despatched v trObps t'othe Aibanian border, an English was ordered to the Piraeus. The .*? announcement of this step led to cousid erable excitement in France, where the ?' propriety of sending^^-.'lVench nava\ force to the same destination immediately ?'became-a suljjecfc of earnest ditfcnsaion. - But 'the intention of sending a French fo;rcev was soon relinquished, th» three protecting Power# having agreed upon a . common course of non-intervention, and the new*'...

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