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THE [?]RDER WATCH, [?]ublished every Friday morning. [?]RIDAY, JUNE 14TH, 1861. [?]ODERN INFIDELITY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

LI DAY, JUN i£ 14TH, 1861. MODERN INFIDELITY. lofabsorbinginterefctatnbng tte edu Ises Dt borne for some months back, the remarkable book ki;on n by tlie bissftyB and -Reviews*1',.- ,TL& object which khe writers-for they are seven in number-of these Essays and Reviews appears to have had in view, was to throw new light on the religious beliefs of the people of England, by interpreting away some of the most momeutous articles of their faith, and consequently some of the fundamental doctrines, of their church. With a &he,w of t'ranscendant critical ability, and persuasire eloquence of diction^ these - men endeavour to shew that we have been labouring-under a great delusion for several generations, and even centuries, in believing certain doctrines as the fund) mental verities of Divine Revelation , They profess to "have . eaten of the tree of knowledge, and de*irs us to taste of its fruits likewise, ibat our eyes may be opened to see otti' errors, ; It would/ be quite ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE "NORTHAM," WITH THE English Mail. [ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

ARRIVAL OF .THE "NOJi T H AM," WITH THE English Mail. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] The " Nortfcam" has arrived. She brings the latest English intelligence. There was an influential petition presented in the House of Commons agcinst transpor tation to Australia. Lord Pa'taerston bad been again returned for Tiverton unopposed. Mr. Edwin James, the well k(town bar rister, had resigned his seat ia Parliament. He was succeeded by the Right Hon;. H. Lewis. . The Yelvertdn appeal case was to be heard before the .full Bench of Judges.. It is rumoured that Her Royal> Highness, (he Duchess of Kent, died a Roman Catholic. . Au omnibus had been precipitated into the lock on the Grand Canal,% Dublin, and all Inside w ere drowned. ' . The Great Eastern, which was adverti.-.ed to sail for New York on the :1st of May, had been seized in execution at the instance of Mr. Scott Russell. ^ t . ? Prizes to the amonnt of two ihpuroild pounds.had been announced, for the great Volunteer Shooting Match on the ist...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MADEIRA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

MADEIRA.     It was on the eveing of Sunday, the 22nd of November, 1857, that we approached the famous and dreaded Bay of Biscay, in the large and powerful. ship "Queen of the East," Captain Bilton, commander. A violent squall, which, though it proved only of five minutes duration, gave warning of what we were to expect in the most unto- ward of seasons, and in the most untoward of seas, had overtaken us after a full, drizzling, miserable autumn day, in which the vessel made little or no progress. It was the first Sabbath, we had spent on the deep. Far from the sanctuaries of our beloved native land, we had met with not a few who feared the God of the Ocean and the Storm in the capacious " 'tween decks"   of the ship; and worshipped after the manner of our forefathers. The unpleasant     character of the weather greatly aggrevated the melancholy which could hardly fail to creep ever the spirit when we thought of &a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

General Business. rg>HE ^BQRDEJt JtfATGHJ'is published every Fnday*m»rning at.10 o'clock. - V ^ SoBScltiRTipu :-r-, »£^3Rot*Mie quarter; p^dJa^dxauc^"^,. 0 - ^ , - " " p*a.vs OP ADVERTISING: - < *?frst 8 lines or .inch of-space .. £0 3 .0 . Every additional line- - ' t.-. 0,0 2 i Advertisements .under 8 line*, r . . 0 3 0 -Discount on advertisements ordered . i! 1 for 3 months.. ( '... -25 percent.. Ditto for six mr nths... . .. 50 per cent, Shipping advertisements, each . 0 4/. 0; / Advertisements' for Business Dir*c- " tory, per annum 1 .10 o "Advertisements inserted over the leader are charged- " , ..firsts lineSj ' ,.. 0 6 0 2&ch additional; line . . .. \ v Q I 0 - It is requested*Jhat advertisements; to secure their insertion, Jie sen t in as early as possible* .and at the latest ^not later- than 5 o'clock on "Thursday evening;v- Orders for the alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must bi»in writing, ; «nd sent in, not; later" than 2 o'clock on the' ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

BIRTH.           Mount Gambier, on the 31st ult., the wife of the Rev. J. Don, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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[?]UEST ON INSPECTOR REID. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

nmS|FT^-' " *$CfEST- ON INSPECTOR RETD. An inquest \\ as- held di^Roi t MacDuiintl) on "Sa*irtday, the ~ 8ih'?.itisf../ before J.-C. KL) on, Esq., P.M" Coroner, and a jury of |twelve, Capt?in E. French, foreman, on Ithe body of William Reid, Inspector ot jFcol Police, on ^ j'eiiy,tbe P^|j^^pg. .' " ' The jury having viewed the" body, whichr was lying in Captain French's store,s ad jourtie l to Locke's Hotel, when tlie follow ing evidence wastoken. Serjeant Bradsdiaw Young deposed: I iinye seen the deceased. I identify him as William Ready Inspector of Fool Police, Adelaide. I examined hi» body carefully at 10, o'clock' tins morning and found a black'bruise on his right side, and another similar mark on his back. There were no other marks of violence on his body. I , then tookpoe session of deceased's property. I hand- in a list of property found on deceased. Joseph Wright deposed V About six o'clock last night L.wjls on'the jetty walking down behind a truck laden with wheat. I heard...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE LATE INSPECTOR REID. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

THE LATE INSPECTOR REID. THE majority of our readers will have beard* ere this number ifeaches them, of tbedeplor* able accident at Port Macdonnell, which has deprived society of one of its most upright and useful members, and the province of ' one of its best public officers. Tt.ough Mr; Reid was an entire stranger to this locality, and known only to a few o( its inhabitants, vyet the sorrow at his sudden and untimely end, and the heartfelt sympathy with his , afflicted family and friends, is general among the community. Mr. Reid was one of the earliest colonists of South Austrulia; and by his industry, steadiness, and worth soon attained a position of influence and useful ness in Adelaide. In all the relations of life he was respected and beloved. A "kind and devoted husband, an affectionate bro. ther, a steady friend, and indefatigable iu the dicchaige of his public duties, his worLh iras extensively known and appreciated. He pame to his end by one of those siugular accidents whi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT AT MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 June 1861

FATAL ACCIDENT AT MACDON- NELL BAY. It is our melancboly duty to record the death of one of our earliest colonists, Mr.   Inspector Reid, of the Foot Police of South   Australia. It appears that on the evening of the 7th June, he was proceeding along the jetty for the purpose of embarking on the "Aut" steamer, on his return to Ade- laide from a visit to this district, when he was overtaken by a loaded truck conveying wheat for shipment from the Bay. The men in charge of the truck, called out to him but it would appear the unfortunate gentleman did not hear them till too late. They endea- voured to stop the truck, but from the de- cline in the jetty towards the sea, were     unable to do so. The truck knocked him down, throwing him across the rails, when the wheels passed over him, and death was almost instantaneous.     The trucks having not any " breaks"' the decline towards yak sea fj^QSstble for manual ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

Local Intelligence. .POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. - A .petition is now lying at Mr. Crouch's (Post Office), pray ing that the Adelaide Executive will grant usa bi-weekly, or twice a week, mail, between Adelaide and Mount Gam bier, and to do away with the antiquated usage of pack horses, a system which belongs to that ante-deluvian era .when Cowper wrote "The Post arrives in the . Village,?' - Every Resident on Mount Gambier should forthwith sign this pe'ition. ELECTORAL, KOLL.-. Every male adult on Mount; Gambier . should see that his name is placed on the Electoral Roll. It only involve* the trouble of . going up to the Police Office, ,' where names are enrolled dailv. . I THE WEATHER ^AND'THE ROADS.--Mount Gambier is at. present in a very /interesting 1 situation. The recent,-rain? have ploughed up the roads/, and horsemenand pedestrians have to wade.through a veritable Slough cI Des.. pond.'' while even the footpaths are so slip pery that not raerply old women but sturdy men: find it dif...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SEPARATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

- ; SEPARATION. ? To the Editor of the Bprder Watph* Sir,-The agita ion for-Separation ot the Western Diflirict from Victoria is,kept: alive, and every nerve wilt be strained to. obtain that so desirable oliject-it is hardly necessary .to puiilt out the advantages which would arise from :he formation of a Sepai ate colony to every individual resident" of the Western ?District. It is proposed that your district should form pa't of the new colony, and, from -what we hear,-it isheyondadoubt, that your in ' terpsts are,.and have been neglected iii the same measure, by your Government, as those by otir objectionable rulers. Our interests are closely interwoven and, we have, wjth sort of satisfaction observed, that the Mount Gam" bier people-ure not miudful to importance of the subject, and Wve received,;without favour, tho-e sentiments-m the separation question w hich have made tlicu^cJ'es k> own ~ here. We would however, invite our neighbours to .exert themselves, andshow their sympa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

To the Editor of the Border Watch Sir,-i should be greatly obliged if some of your.correapondents would inform me whether there is any truth in tht> rumour that the re servo around the lakes is being all surveyed with a view to the hammer. That a part iv to be sold we know, and that is bad enoughs ; but surely the Government will not be so ra pacious as to deprive us of eve. y acre of co n monage, and even of access to our beautiful lakes. It has been all along understood that the . portion of the reserve bordering on ihe lakes was ' to become a promenade for the towns people* when they'are numerous en ough jo enjoy such a luxury.' If even that boon is dehied them, it is time they were awaking to a sense sf their rights and to learn how to defend them. It they don't look sharp, th«>y will'hi terly. experience the truth of. the adage that." it is foolish ''to lock the stable door whent the steed is stolen." lam told that some ot the Victorian townships, urine of which are ever ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. RELIGION AND EDUCATION ON MOUNT GAMBIER. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

;L i,; Correspondence. RELIGION AND EDUCATION ON . . MQUNT GAM BIER. "fTo the Editoi* of the Border Watch;) ' ;:' Sin-I em ajScotchman; ehd thouuh i hove livtd for years under ilie shadow of ! .mighty St. Paul's,, have often traversed Westminster Abbey', and have stood under the' towers of Notre- Dame itx Parish my -{heart still tarns 'towards the:simplerllorm of ' faith and worship in which I was educated. Therefore: one of my Sunday visits since ? in) arrival on the Mount was lo the Prt-sb)» terian church of whichvthe minister is the .Rtv. Mr. Don. It stands on a slight ele vation at thelea8tern\exiremit'y of the town, and is riot; ;veiry apptoachable during such : wet sloppy "weather as. weli&ve .lately had, aotl through such-:knee*deep muddy hi^h-: ? ways , and by».ways, as the Gambiet touians -tolerate. But the; tpirit which led the Covenanters to traverse mountain and moor to tnjoy.the privilege of diviue worship is uota!together dead-in Australia; and there-; fofe, oi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

, SOOTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. r ? FLOUR. -GRAIN, &G. S Flour, fine, per ton cf. : ! \ ; . .2,000 lbe.-, at the Port, .bags included £15 15 0 16 <10; 0 Wheat, iu "town .... . .. D , 6 7 ; 0. 0 o ;$£heut, at the port, for - 'V»1»COO bushel iots, with out bags.. 4 ... ......' 0 6/10 O 0 '6 Bjan, per busiiei of 20 , v - lbs. at the Port, bags : included ^. 0 10 O .l l) Pollard, per bushel of 20 . .. lbs.....vi-.0 1 2' 0 1 4 Hay^ per-ton 2 15 0 3 5 0, Do , pressed, at the Port, per ton 4 AO 0 4 15 3 Oats, Cape, per bushel - . of 4011)3., without bags . 0 3 0 i .0 3' 0 Do;,'firle *»nite,' per. bu- -j ihelof40lbs.^ without » bags 0 4 6 0 5 6 Barley, Cape, per bushel ' . of 501 bp., without bgs. 0 4 0 ; 0 5 0 Barley, English, fine, per bushel of 50 lbs., without bags... 0 9 .0 0 10 0 'per bushelnominal.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TROTTING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

TROTTING RACE. . Haye'aPoppet (IJajes ............./... I McArtbar's Jessie (Owtfer ....... i.. 2 Mitchell's Antelope, (Owner ........ ; 3 Antelope broke immediately at starting, Jessie and Poppet making good headwk^, Antelope again'broke'opposite the winning post. No alteration in places until the straight .running when Poppet drew ahead and came in-first by half a length. A pro*. " test'.was entered against Poppet as having i, broke and not turning rotind, which was clearly proved, and resulted i by awarding the shakes to Jessie* ' "; .

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR. AN INTERNATIONAL DUET. Louis. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

' HEGGAR MY NEIGHBOUR! (From ."JPuneb." . ' AN INTERNATIONAL DUET. ' , , Louis.' . i .'' '. Come Mr, Bull, your purse is futy, jk " - Let's have a friendly game; ?* See here I play you;my La Gloir^^^B ' : Now what's the card: you namte||j|| ..I plaj'iny Warrior, a.good card, ^ Apd one Fll freely back ; " f *" Ti en follow suit with my B!ac$*Princej : The king of all the pack. "'"vy \ And so for every card you play, i'. You'll find that 1UI play two. ?' f My purse is heavy, as you say-* | : Who'll tire first, I or you ?: .j Your little game, my foreign friend, j \ Is one that two can play J 1 And he will be niostsure.to win I Who can the longest pay. . , = x But is it wise to waste our time i ' (Nor is that loss the chief) ? ; In games that < an do neither good,* J. ' , And moy bring both to grief?.,. Throw up your cards, I'll throw up migeJli! And cease,this fmitleas labour^ ' . There's betteT work foe each to do. ^ 'I hau beggaring bis neighbour;" . Printed and published...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORTLAND MARKETS. May 27, 1861. Adelaide flour, best brands, £19 per ton, cash, Or 40s. per bag. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

? ? / .PORTLAN DM ARRETS. , May 27,"1861, . ; ; , . ? Adelaide-flour, best biands. £19 per ton, cash, Or 40s.'per bag. - ' WHOLESALE. ; : .Barley ... ... 6s.- Od. pter bushel Hay __ \v» ., £4 to £5 per ion Oats y. . 4s Cd. to 5s. Od. j?er bushel. Wheat ,v . . ... 6s. to 6s. 6d. ditto. Bags ... .. ... ... Is,, each. RETAIL, . . . Barley .. .. ... "... 7s. 6d. per bushel Bran .. 2s. 6d. " " Oars ... ' ~ 6s to 7s. Od. " Wheat ; ;. ..." .. 7s. to 7s 6d. HayJ*.* ... 5s to 7s. per cwt Potatoes .A .. 7s.per cwt. AT THC STEAM^ MILT.. - ' Flour £19 per tonj or £*2 Os. per bag. Bran ....;. . .. , .. -.. ..2s Od. bushel Pollard ... .. .. ... ..2s. 6d M Uheat.; v-- .. ... . .Cs. to (js. 6d,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STOREKEEPER'S PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

STOREKEEPER'S PORSB. Blaikesly's Dahdy (BlaKe^y ... .....» I ?; HedlyVHarkaway (Elliot ... . .. ... ;. 2 vy Gorilon's Mould (Ooppin i..v..». . ... 3 3 - Dandy look the lead and maintained it throughout. He not- lioying . carried . sufficient Weight Harkaway was declared winner of the stakes. ; .

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

?rJ .' . i ' 1 1 , " , ' - ' CALIFORNIAN FLOUR MARKET-We. referred some months ago toriHe prob ability lyhich existed u of ibe ; last unsatisfactory harvest in England affecting the corn - growers of this country, and we :fi'rill now that such a result is Very/ likely to occur. Proim our-laist Saiv Francisco commercial rievra; puWished'a day or two since, it may haVp been'.roiiced Uiat ^heat-there was in ^last ^ (etching an unusually good j,rice, on account of the demands made on the market by .English purchasers, and that there ivas very little likelihood indeed of any breadstuffsbeing sent thence to the colonies of Australia. According to advices received by the Melbourne Arg us, shippers at Ban Erancisco y ere execuiiug !Lnglish orders forwkeat at 55s. per quarter^ indudingcost and freight, which is at the rate of 6s 10JJ . per bushel; and there wera orders on hand for not less than 5,000 tons at 6s. 6d. per bushel^ or 52s per quarter. But these orders could not be executed, as t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

TO COBRESPONDENTS. It is desirable thai communications should ' be short and pithy; lengthy articles do not suit our space ;- matters of local interest" are ; ' most acceptable.v; . _ - No notice can be taken of anoajmous Cora-. . munications., - All articles5sent-for insertion must be auinemicatfd by th'e natre and address of the writer--not as a ^ sine qua non '' W/ r publica tion, hut as,a guarantee of good fajth. Correspondent? are jtarticularly requested - to write:c'n on$ side of the paper only. ,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER RACES. Thursday 20th June, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

^ MOUNT ^IaMBIER RACES. Thursday 20tlf June, These races came off according to an* uouucement at ihe Cave Paddock, (Mr. Mitchell's; 'The races went off well. The attendance was -good, notwithstanding (he severity of the weather. 'The following is the result TOWN PLATB. One and a half mile heats. Mr A. Wallace's Diamond ......... 11 - McFadyen's Nancy (Humphriel) 2 2 - A. Mc Arthur's 'Highland Lassie, ? (Carey) .... .... ... ..« 3dr - Mitchell's Speculation CBourke) 4dr . Won by Diamond, both he&t&. HURDLE RACE. Two miles, over 6 leaps, 4ft 6in. highi - Burchacn's Bran' I - Gordon's Ea«lti.(Owner) 2 Long's B:ack Bess (Iledley) 3 All went awaty together, Eagle tak'ng his leaps in capital style, Bran baulked at tlio second leap, Black Bess following in", the rear. The race now lav between Bran and Ea^Ie. the former winning, but was distpali* fied by missii^; a If ap, The race was de clared iu favour of Eagle.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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