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AMERICA.—THE NORTH AND THE SUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861
AMERICA.-THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH. The New York correspondent of the &nbsp; &nbsp; "Times" thus summarises the state of feel- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ing in the Northern and Southern States of &nbsp; America:- How is the South to raise money enough &nbsp; &nbsp; to maintain a controversy with the Federal &nbsp; Government? They answer this question &nbsp; &nbsp; by saying that there will be no Federal &nbsp; &nbsp; Government to contend with-that, dis- tracted by internal divisions, the remainder of the Union will, when the South has sepa- rated from it, fall asunder. In this they count without their cost. The North is more united to day than it was a month since, and will be, in my opinion, united to &nbsp; a man if the dreadful contest is precipitated &nbsp; by the madness of the South. The North wishes to avoid it, if possible. The North &nbsp; (and when I s...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 April 1861
Local Intelligence. MONTHLY AUCTION SALES.-Mr. James Cock held 1ns first monthly sale at the sale- j yards, Moil ill Gambier; and although the ' attendance and transactions were smnll: still ! sufficient encouragement was offered Jo induce j the auctioneer io promote his enterprise. It ' is to be hop^d thai eventually the sales will become more f.vquniil, and that a market will be established for the sale of cattlc and projuce-a convenience much to be desider ated. OBITUARY.-We are sorry to record the &nbsp; death of our old and esteemed townsman, Mr. Edward Massey, who died of congestion &nbsp; of the lungs on Saturday morning the 20th inst. The deceased was interred on Sunday, &nbsp; the 21st inst. His remains were followed &nbsp; to the grave by a numerous and respectable &nbsp; company. The Oddfellows took the lead of the procession. SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-On Thursday last, Mr. YVrH.am ileml'rev wet with an accident which,piiougb unati^jp£*d by...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
FRANCE. At the sitting of the Corps Legisialif, Paris, ; on Tuesday,* after die address of Count de Morny, a paper containing an exp6sition of the present state of the empire was laid on the ; table, this document is published in a sup*! plemcnt to Wednesday's;" Monfieur," and occupies nearly twenty-fire columns of small type. 11 ccnt'ainra statement of the progress ; and condition of France; the finances j the agriculture, commerce, and public ^forka; the^sysfem of publicinstruction,and of the courts of justice ,*j the strength* of ihe army and navy ; the condiiion of tbe.colonies; and the - relations of France with foreign P«>wcrp. Italian affairs make aptOiiiinentfeature of the review. Having glanced at the. steps taken by the Emperor in endeavouring to arrange for the Pope the presidency of an Italian Confederation, the report, proceeds to s ate that, when the revorutidn in-Italy hadbroken out, the Emperor did not fee} himself charged with the djity of reconquering for Knmeth...
THE UNITED STATES. Londonderry, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
THE UNITED STATES. Londonderry, Wednesday. The Montreal Ocean^Cpmpany'g steamer .' Canadian," Captain Graham, from Portland, Maine, on the,20th ult, has arrived here, and' landed all mails except those for Liverpool. v It hacl been proposed that Congress should resign, and that a new one should he elected. The Augusta ArSenal, in Georgia, had been surrendered to State troops. Vessels will leav.e Charleston with a clear ance from the Carolina authorities, certified by the foreign consuls.- . - . *? The Charleston populace were displeased with the action of Governor Pickens. An attack on Fort Sumver was expected. '. An attack was also expected avPensacola. The Wyandot was anchored west of Fort Pickens, and, it was expected, would assist in the defence. . ' : ' /General Scott was fortifying Washington with jne teased zeal. } Advices from Mexico stale thavJuarez left for the capital on the $th January,in order to, establish a liberal government. , In New Granada military movements were ...
SYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
SYRIA. T : The Euro'pean Commission' at Beyrout -had proposed 10 establish in Syria oneso. le Government for thei. Chrisliau inhabitants, . under the prctectioti ef the European powers. /The Porte bad proposed tlie establishment of Uvo Gcvcrnmems Cvith ygeneral :cguncil3, Tcof&p?Sed ? of Christian.. and : M ussuliioan members. .. .: Par's, Wednesday. The Paris papers publish a telegram from Marseilles announcing that letters had been received from Beyrout st ating that the agita tion was increasing. * : Twelve hundred Druses were assembled at Moktara, and inteuded to prevent the ex e'cution of those who had been condemned to ,death fpr laliit g part io the massacres. Fuad Pacha had returned from' Mok tara. . .- : .'
OUR LOCAL GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
»JEsOP tells lis that .* lie Gods help those 'who help themselves,'' and the fable of which ' that ;i» the moral,* - amply ^illuat rates - the 8xip^&lt; :Tj»e ;pqdr;htillou&'' driver frar his' . dray ^bogged-and loudly,lamenting-, calIs upon 'Jupiter to. help/hion. Jupiter,'hearing " . his :crie«, looks; down from his Olympitn throne and rebukeihtm jor having contented'. ;bimself with calling on the Gods to gat his :dray and oxen out of the bog-instead of himself putting his shotilder to the wheel!, ' - Now, wise people hove been' telling us lalt ly that that is piecjsely the state, of things at Mftunt Gambier, aud that we have been coi tenting ourselves.; with; gruiubUng ' . over the wretched state of things here -. instead of giving ourselves the real gojd hearty tbouiderolift that would inevitably . have taken us out of tlje bog. Nay, OUR little Jupiter has ) gone faitber,and re proached ^us with not crying out loud enough ; he tells uswehavre not, because wev ask...
DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
DENMARK. . The Danish Dierbas closed its sittings, ' and the King, in reply to the President's speech, "expressed his1 conviction ttwrjjis people would, if called on by him, Vvincc jtlie fullest determination to defend them " sel ves. . In.publishing'* the specch, thesemi offiqial 'journal comment, on it in a: pecu-' "Jiarly menacing style, reiterating the .dec/a ration it lias made frorti^the begioriing, that .lite pntra nceojf German troops into Holsteiii without the call of the Sovereign, of Den mark will be received a* a delaration of war on the; part of the German confederation.
POLICE COURT. 29 h April.1861. Before J. C. Lvon. Es[?] S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
i ' " *" 29 li'April,.1801 .V; . v Before J. C. Lvon. Eici VS.MV - v. James Fogeriy, John Gregg,. and John Tpifnan, for.b^ing drunk and disorderly. ^ £ Fogetlyr being an old offender,.was fined £1; .Gregg, 6s; Teirnari* 10s*-"' " ~ Edward KenneUy . siroctfng the polic^wKWst executing their du y ' .. .?' r Mr. L. Egan, Crown Land Ranger, prose cuted shepherds an'dhutkeepersin the employ of Mr. W. Loriraer. for trespassing on Crown. ? lands, by illegally depasturing sheep Without having any licensefrom Government,-and illfiV; gaily occupying hu'.sin the Lundred of Hind- - marsh. . These last cases: were adjourned fur one month. " X- r--«?'?, r--' -V-a J. Jarae*Steverson,in the'employ ofE Leake, Esq.*, was fined lQa. for illegally depasturing sheep in the hundred of Blanclw.
PENOLA. May 1st 1861. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
PENOLA. . . May lsU 1861. (From our own Correspondent.) To ar&use the township from the state of_ torpor- into which -it had falSen~the~ last few weeks, it was arranged lhat-a match should be played 'betweerf Two Scratch klevrns of the Penola Cricket Club on Thursday, 25th AjJti-'; The day dawned in si mosf aiispicidus manner, and tow&rda.npon (the-time- appointed) the tni-rob'rs of t h e CI t: b"bega ox- to -m ustei, an J lidviog. proceeded to the ground; Tt was arranged that aides should .be chosen; f>y Mr,: \V. F. Burrow*, the Cap vain ofthe Clubhand Mr.G. Pluukett. This being done, the sibrops were soon pitched, and to work thay^went with right good zeal, the resu't being very close, as may be seen front tlie score; Mr Bui rows' fide haying thefirst ? picfc '.of men 'ard only ^ winning by five :iunp. , v Everybody, seamed to enjoy themselves at this manly And neatjthy exercise, and no dnuhi their cuihus:usm jras aroused to a ^reat piicfcTT' in consequence o( t...
SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
SWITZERLAND. - At a' meeting of the'Cercle des Officiers, General Dufour read a paper on* the jieu * trality of the Swiss confederation, which he - considers as a vital principlefor thecountry, Dwcussin^ihe-eveninality of invasion, be ;said We canlpnly rely on ourselves to repulse it.' Next to the foreigner who attacks, nothing is so dangerous as the foreigner who protects.'
PUBLIC MEETING. THE ADELVIDE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
PUBLIC MEETING. \ / A paWic meeting of the-MountGarabie> -An cultural and >Pa*t&lt;>5al Society was held : (i last evening iD ^he.Uree room adjacent to ithcV-'h A ^ Farmed J. Haryie io the.qhaiiy ^.whe^^report jffjM read,; as prepared liyjthii > ' tliaipufpose, "jnga: balance* in fiaricf of 111. 10s, an4 alfo.eufn: Vsif ? ^l^d^b^'fH^lrfsol'utianfl' passed at a former ; ^ - "mcetiDg:he)d ip the Schootfoito -oa^OctobVr ^ . .' 28th^ 1860, w^ich- being «oved?and 3»canded - * warunab^^ ' . ' -i^ovetd :|>y'~M£-;An^ James Suttoy,j'uorthatapofl^init^e.be ^ -i .- a bfjthe following geritlemeoi" Miy J. ^mpKjpr«;- ^ *S ^stbn, Janies/vMi'cHetr, ,» s naroan. Jbhn Biirjr^. £elfW f>r i'Ef;poW?rt6add^ r ji ara berr* . -: ingf!pa'clr» fo?tdke'^lace about the eSd of Jjuno. / V" ' ne*t^; Carried; V:."'- . > j| " ^ Ao;« .of: thdnkaCto . tjie .chairman closed.:,;»1 &lt;he prodding-, . . lV T ... ~ ^tMEADELVIDE 5&VC#S. j; J j Tile course! which on Tuesday Was ...
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
SPAIN. The " Esperanza " states that the Infante Oon Juan has decided on relinquishing hia pretensions 'to ^oval rights, reserving only the eventuality of hi§ being elected by uni* ,yersal suffrage. The Queen has been to tbe Church of Atocha, to render thanks for being in "an. ^interesting situation." ' ; ' 1 ' : Madrid, Feb. 4. The semi-official " Correspondencia Au. ^tografa" states 'that a report iiS current that the democrats and" the partisans of Don Juaa are actively conspiring. Their proceedings are closely matched by the Government, which is p'epared to sup» press any movement with severity.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
SOOTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, : WHOLESALE: FTOUN, (SRAIN, &C. Floor; fine, per too rf 2,000 lbf.,' at the Port, bigs included ...... £15 15 0 1610 0 . Wheat, in town ....... 0 6 7 0 '0 0 /'.:'&lt;Wheatj\at the.port, for - - v 1,000 bushel lots, with- r, , out bags.; . .... Tv.W 0 :Q I0r * 0 0 0, Bran, par bushel of 20 lbs. at the Port, bags included .&lt;... ? 0 '1 Q 0 1- 1 PoUardtper busheiof20 fas............ 0 12 0 14 Hay, per toa ... 2 15 0 3 5 0 Do, pressed, at this Port, ; - . per ton 4 10 0 OatvCape, per. bushel v of403bs.vwithqut bags 0 * 3 , 0 ' vDo., fine-while,' per bo ?' shelof'4p lbs., w thou t ' ,bags 0 4 6 ' Barlej, Cape, per bushel .«» . . -''-'of50lbp.,withoutbgs.: 0 .4: 0~ -Barley, English, fine, e p£r bushel of 50 lbs, ' s without btigs0,9^0 0 10 0 Malt, pdr bushe! i..;,. 'nominal.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
; rr HE ^BORDER; V |TCH5'. is published J I etery Friday morning at 10 o slack. &lt;£?$? f 2" . ? ^ ' ^SUBSCRIPTION i-r*^ . > *. - ^or ilw:qoa>ier}paid^ adfahce .;'£0 8 0 r - . *\ - , "*-'«r_n1UfB nn , ADVBBIISIIfQ'"- - -' ' 1 * SmpprogAdjerijsements,eacii 3 _vv. ^rr & 'Adventsements for Business ' * , tory, per annum .. \J M ^ A^tertiaements 'inserted oyer jhcj," ? ..- -...?' oTt 6^*0" ' Eirlt J lines .. ' '" ; i,l ,f i &lt;. nr" * , : Bach additionalh&e ... -t r?^ } 0 "';It is ffequested that advcrtjsea - 7 tleir insertion, be sent >n as^earl^^ssible, * .* «Sd at the latest not later than 5 Vclacktm; - S 5Lwdav evening. Orders for4he^Ueratjon of withdrawal of advertisements mufctih? m-Writiag, ^A^'^^ertenls'-iiiittV^ ^cc6mpah!?d t>y . ifev /Specific "instructions1 as to the numbertff inser-4 / tiW otherwise^ cannot be accountable for - '? 4-*^ itleir rfftmining in longer than the time intended v ); . by the ^dvertiser. ? " . ' lM rr HE-p...
THE BORDER WATCH.Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY,MAY 3RD, 1861. MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861
Pubtishedisery Friday mormng. fSiDAY,MAY 3aD, 1861. MACDOKNELL BAY. Is ,fheir memorial tjj ^Committee justly draw thej^ attention of -Government iorthe f«ct tUat ^30,00.() and opnarda have lately; been pBi3&lt;lnto:tlie public' treasury/rom the sale &lt;if land at Mount &lt;rarabier-. Tliis faci is of the Ifigbeit^imporiance when viewed in connexion with the discreditable -neglect* on the part of the Government, of the interests of Fort Mactforfnell. If at is reprehensible in a^Govp-ifirent to neglect the publ"c ir te rests ofs 8ny'l6wn3Uip oft district under its' surveillance^it' is/unpar-do.iable to forget, rits dity to a?d)strict tbat has;dc>n&>:o inuchi to rej'lenish. au, exhausted . Exchequer. We iiad an undoubted right lo expect that a reasonable proportion of tfie immense 6um realized frqavithe' Ivlount-Gambier lands shouldbe gi*en bat^k' to -thedistrict for im provemeiitvand- for the 'development of its resources. ^We Cannot wonder t...