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STOCKPORT. (From our own Correspondent) June 11th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

STOCKPORT. (Fiom our own Correspondent ) June 1 lib, 1801. The mines here are at a standstill, seem* ingly because there is not efficient manage ment and good advice. - , The crops are_ah in' The farmers generally are sali-Bed, although nucnoers ol lhemjhi*re had to sow some acies over again.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NORTH RHINE MINES. (From our own Correspondent.) June 12th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

NORTH RHINE MINES. (From our own Correspondent.) June 12th, 1861. . Captain Bascla has arrived from Kapunda." Yigorous opeiations will be commenced in the course of the <rveek.'< ; , \ We had some Sne rains on Sunday last,but the' weather has cleared, up again. , ' >v ... ~

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MOUNT GAMBIER CHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

THE MOUNT GAMBlE.il CHANT. Mount Gambler surely now *ha'l rapidly - advance! v The spade is followed by the plough, an J no delirious trance "Of digging gold and spending cash absorbs all thought and care, For nought but honest industry gets every mat) a share. \ Old Agur's prayer nas verj good t he did not aft for wealth, _ Lest with excess he'd ruin" all, both soul and body's health. And yet he dreadpd poverty, for keenly ' be could feel That a hungry man might tempted be, to put forth his lianij and steal! Then go a-head Mount Gambier, on the plough you may depend, ' And let the blacksmith's anvil sing the song that corn** your friend. And then the jolly miller, while his steam mill puffs away, Will turn your corn to genuine gold, and - coin it at the Bayw ; BUND ALECK.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER RIFLE CLUB. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

MOUNT GAMBIER RIFLE CLUB; RULES. N . 1st. That Members Join, paying a monthly Subscription of four shillings. 2nd. That every Saturday be the day,for practice. Members tomeet at 2 p.m. '3rd. That no Match be held for the first month after the formation of the Club. "'After which, a. prize will be shot for every two months, should the funds permit. , 4th. The winner (or winners) of a prize hot to be allowed' to take a prize for four months afterwards. But to* be allowed to. shbot at ipatches the same as other members, 5th Any Member not having paid up his Subscription in foil to the time of the Prize Match, not to be allowed to shoot. 6th. A - fine of one shilling to be -levied on all members who do not attend for practice at least once a month, unless having given pre vious notice to the Secretary. 7th. Members will be allowed to shoot with their own Rifles; but such Members who do hot possess them, will be provided with the use of a Rifle; the same to be kept in the charge of the o...

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

FIFTH RACE. Of £6, One mile.   Blakesly's Dandy (Blakesly ... ... 1 O Brien's Lady Blanche (Owner ...... 2 Dr.Graham's Miss Rose ............. 3       South's Firewood ........ ...... 4 Kennedy's Bally, 0 McMarron's Spunky 0 Won easily by Dandy.  

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURE. From the 'Economist,' [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

AGRICULTURE.     From the ' Economist.' riKfoiK the Ueasl. uf the difficulties that far. .mers in aU new countries, and not Uast so in -Victoria,' is that of Jpiocmiiig efficient labourers. - However incompetent a man: maj- bet for-, any, other employment, he alwavs takes: it for. eranted* tbat. without any previous^ training,, hia services are as .valuable as those- of men who . have been -brought "up to farming labour- from their ^outb. The uniformity iu lbe'.iate of <wagP8 paid; Jto; int'n of very various cnpa«r: biliti^s; even by the samp employer, lends . to foster* tliis delusion. . Independently of skill in plpugbing,*wliicb, if is admitted, ifiay require' some little time to r.c'quiie, «o niah is'- willing to admit-. tliiat he is not vequuL to any in* the, use of ordinary farm* ing too!e,'and consequently /lie thinks him self insulted-if bw-.employer offerB him - lower wages 4faaj(i£ he gives'-' (a* Mother men .for. performing- the-same ^...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

SUDDEN DBATH.-Henry Tester, one of the whaling crew, died suddenly on Monday night last. Having accompanied his sister in !aw to the Lady Bird he left iht jetty and returned to the w}ialersbut, where he was seized with a suddeo.and unaccountable sen sation in itia ihroa'. This was about eleven o'clock. He said he had a strange feeling in bis throaty and was unable to do more. ; He died in less than an hour afterwards. An inquest was he!d on the following day, uhen a verdict vas returned of *' died from natural causes, probably from diseasc,of the heart.*' He has left a widow.:-Portland Chronicle. : ' -* - TWO POUNDS; OS^or Stolen from Monnt Y»a*xibier, a b«y\Horse with black poiuy, branded JW oh the near shoulder, ; \ * If delivered lo' Mr A. Beswtcl; or to William Browr^Macdonuell Biy, will receive the above rewariV 7 June 17, 1861.x MOUNT GAMBIER AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the Large Room of the Farmers' Inn on Tuesday Evening, June 25th, fo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PLOUGHING MATCH ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

PLOUGHING MATCH ANNUAL     DINNER. On Wednesday evening last between 50 and 60 gentlemen sat down at the "Farmers' Inn to partake of a splendid repast pro- vided bv "mine host" which was done     ample justice to by those present. J; Umpherston, Esq., J.P., Presided. E.   Wehl, Esq., occupying the Vice-chair. After the removal of the cloth the chair-   man rose to propose "Her Majesty the   Queen, Prince Consort, Prince of Wales, and the rest of the Royal Family." "The Health of His Excellency Sir R. Macdonnell," with He's a Jolly good Fellow.' The 'Army and Navy, with success to the Rifle Club.".       Captain Lyons responded. He alluded to the success of British arms at Waterloo, China, India, and New Zealand. They had proved indomitable. ... The "Parliament of South Australia," by the chairman. He proposed a hearty cheer for our member, G. Hawker, Esq....

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 June 1861

DIED.       At West Strathdownie, on the 15th inst., Donald, the beloved son of Mr Archibald McEachern, aged five years and ten months.  

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

LATER NEWS. An explosion has Occurred at Fori Sumter, .a dense volume ofstnoke ascending. 'Major Anderson ceased to fire for about an hour. His flasj is still up. It is thought that the officers- quarters in fort Sumter are on fire. Charleston, 13th April, 12 noon. The ships in the offing appear to be quietly at anchor. Thty have not firad a gttn yet. v The entire roof-of the barrapks at fort Sumier'are iu a vast sheet of flonie. oi ells frt»ra C'ummings point > ai|*djfait Moultrie are bursting in and over fortJiim ler in quick succession. ? The Federal flag still waves. Major. Anderson is only occupied in putting out fiie, C Every shot on fort Sumter nov seenrs to tell Heavily. The people are anxiously looking for major Anderson to stii'ke his flag.v Two h major Anderson's magazines have exploded, ' 1 >. . It is tliptighl that only the smaller maga zi es hav^ exploded. The greatest excitement prevails. The wharfs, steep'es, nnd every available place arr packed witl) j e(>j...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

Miscellaneous. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN FLORIDA. The occurrence of a bloody tragedy in Sumter county on ihe 16th ultimo has ex*, cited much attention. It appears that theV Rev. George. Andrews, pastor of a Meiho* dist church in (bat county, had seduced a young lady, a relative, residing at his house, and had also brutally beaten her, and for these acts was summoned to appear at Sumter Court House on the day named, forrtrial by the people. "TbeAugusJa Ch'onicle'' says-" For these misdeeds a summons was issued for him to appear at the Court House at Sumierville, befoFe the people, on Saturday the 16th ultimo. Haviug heard of this, and of the partiel who were to serve the summons, Messrs. M'Lendon and Lang, he proceeded to the house of ihe former, and took dinner with the family. After dinner they ftent to the workshop. Andrews asktd M'Lendon for the loan of bis horse to go to Adamsville, which was granted. He had in his possess ion one double barrel gun, one yauger rifle, two repeateis, an...

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 — 28 June 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. : .. FLOOR, GRAIN/.&C. \ ' Flour,-fine, per ton < f 2,OCO lbs. j at I he Port, ^>ags included ...... £15 (f 0 . 15 15 0 .Whear,"in town ....... 0 6 4 6 5 o "Wheal, at the port,, lor 1,000 bushel ots, with out bags. 0 6 8 0. 0. 0 Bran, per hushel of 20 1 - ? lbs. at the Fort, bags . v included ..........v: 0 10 0- 1 1 Pollard, per bushel of 20 ' - Ibe 1 0 14 0 i C iHay,~ pcp <on .. 3. 0 0 .3 10 0 JDo, pressed j at < ho Port, ; - per ton 4 5 0 5 0 0 Oats, Cape, per buslul -.of.40 lbs:, without bags 0 3 0 . 0 3 3 ,Do , fiue whitp, per bu j shelof 40lbs., wifhout bags .* - 0 4 3 0 4 9 ;3Barlev,Cttj(e, perbuahel . . ot'50Jb^.,withouJ-bgs. , 0. 4 0 0 5 0 Barley, En-lisli, fine, per bushel of 50 lbs, .wfihoutbags,. 0 9 0 0 -30 lllalt^jper bushel I * - 7 0 u 3

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FAMINE IN INDIA. (From the Bombay Gazette, March 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

THE FAMINE IN INDIA. (From the Bombay Gazette, March 27UV Famine is still sore in the land. Thc^ Commissioner ol the Agra Division reported toXruvernment last month that the distfea was not oh the increase; thai there trtii by no means been anything like a total failtfre- - of spring or rubee crops in Agra: or Mut- ? tra; that a considerate yield of graiii would be the produce of this year; that large impprts of grain from the eastward, were daily arriving ; that there had beed rain in some of the districts, besides thfc * Agra Division, whose harvests were - pardy three weeks previously and thai these circumstances would probably prevent a further rise in the price of food, ahdf might be expected to lower it considerably1 He maintains that nothing at all com para* hie to the distress and suffeiing felt in 1837' . 8 exists at present, aftu that nothing wbicli can be corfectly called a famine will add t( the present agricultural distress, unless th*. periodical rains of the coming se...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PORTLAND MARKETS. May 27, 1861. Adelaide flour, best brand £l9 per ton, cash Or 38s.per bag. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

PORTLAND MA RKETS. May 27, 1861,' Adelaide flour, best biand£ll9, per i,pn V . Or 38s.per bag, . , . WHOLESALE. ' xJatley . ... .. », '.6<. <]d. per bushel . _ Hay . " £i' to Jt'5 per Ion -Oats, 4s Gd to 5s. ()d ^ |>tr bubhel. ' Wheat , ... ... .. . ... 6s. to G^.Gtl. ditto. Bags ... : ..- v. .* is. each. * * ' . . RETJAJL, "'Bar ... ... . 7,-s. Gd.'pcr t>ushe! "Bran ;; - ... 2s. Gd. " " ,Oars (... r" ' .. 6s to 7s. Od . /"'Wheat .. ... .. 7*. to 7s CdV ,, . Hay ... " .. .1 ... 5s to 7*. j'er cwi' Potatoes ... .. . . .. 7s.per cwt. * *.; AT Tlin frTBAM mili. . ."Flour v.. £10 per. ton/ or £Q 0s. per hag Bran, .; ' .. . .2s Od. bu-bel , 1 Pollard ... 2s. 6d " . YMicat.. ^ .. ? .Os. to 0*s. 6d,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WOOL REPORT. April, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

LONDON WOOL RErORT. April, 1861. Sir.ce the close of our lastv sales ihe few contracts made have been chiefly ' for ex port, the qualities taken being for the most part Cape, which at *he earlier portion of the March sale3 were much depressedKatii a profit of id to l£d was readily obtained on this description by the dealers. A few first hand parcels of Port Phillip combing have changed hands both here and in the north at about last sales' rales to a shade in favour of the buyers, a general feeling exist ing that rates cannot be higher, but, on the other hand, in favour of the buyer, as the large arrivals expected may reach 100,000 bales ; if so, it will be the largest number that has ever arrived in time for one series.. The arrivals to date are59,000 bales, and as the next sales will not commence till the 9th or 17th of May, the anticipated import may be fairly looked for. The easier state of the money market coupled with a rather better feeling in the north, may. assist materially...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

TO COB RESPONDENTS >-'Il is desitft 1)1 e thai cc miiiunicanons should ?.'Ire.short and pithy ; luii»»hy artichs do tic? suit cur spECf; matters of local interest urp niostacceptabif*. ,? No notice cad be taktn of anonymous com-* municatiojis. . v:; AiL urtioif'S ^ent v for. u/us \n> ouilu'iiiif-atid by the-nati e nod a<.ldrcs» ol (lie \vritei:---riioi as a',4f.giiit' qua noil<? r uonj but a guarantee of ^K-d faii!i." .Ci»rrtf8|ioi;dejiff are jrariicuiti ly it qi;csti d jo wriie (in one side of t]ie pajirj- univ

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
English News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

The <{ Northern,'* with r.ews to the 26ih April, entered the Heads on Sunday at 1.30 p.m. \The homeward February mnil Irom Aus tralia by the " Saiseiie," arrived in London via Marseilles on Apiil 13, arid via Sou hj 'anipton, "April ]7, per P. and 0. mail steamer Massilia. .?<? ^ .The news from America is to'lhe 14th of April. It is "of a very exciting rature. 'The Southerners had captiired Fort Sumler,. r'ihe United SJntes officer in command having ? surrendered after a forty hours' bombard ?ment, which is described as bavins* been . heavy and continuous,but does not seem to 'have done much injury to the jronps oil 'either side. . the excitement at \Tasliii<gton ? is" described as being of the nvst frantic description, the President himself being tie '"'only'one who kept cool. So f«r f*om there being any likelihood of a compromise, the .'secession movement is gaining strength, and it ia positively asserted in the '* New York Eferald" of the'14th, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

AGENT f>k THE " 13 OR HER Watch '' v Penohf; JV^r. il, Sinips.MV trr*wsm

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

ENGLISH ANJD EUROPEAN ,* IN TEL'L i G ENC E. The following is a " bird's eye view *' of English, European, awl American newa, condensed for the readers of the " Border Wutcb." 1 The 11 Times" of March 20ih makes tlii" significant temark iii»t " the' CoiuihenJ is uphraiing wilh the hidden for.u* of old ' lia'.iona ilics,and the New World issiiddcn« ly bt-iii" sJ'.al't'Tvd into fragp.it rits.'' Every line o!' lingii h r.nd European intelligence which now nrr:ves by each cori/i nis this olrsfjViilio.":, ami le s us see.. U. a l ihe world is :.ow coloring on a new era. in iis history,,and one which is openinc.up the greatest chap'ler.in the history of the w< rld«. There have been perijirJs full of i;r at(*r events than aoy we have fit present to.rerord, but at no previ us period wetd the polit'cul and nntta.l. interests ol the yim.e humpn iace of such growing ami transcendent sigr iiifieanee. * The world is literally entering. . 11 n " new era.'' ~ So far as lin»land iJ 'conc...

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RIFLE MATCH AT ROBE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

RIFLE MATCH AT ROBE TOWN. The members of the'Robe'Rifle Corps being precluded from making a match wi'h any other company,^ as they, stand aJoue in the Sou h Eastern District, made up a hasty one among themselves, _> / ^.The challenger, private Campbell, offered to produce six 'East End. Volunteers against any sixR'flemen from rhe West End, whether members of the Volunteer Corps or others; The challenge was accepied by M r. Charles Smith, of the Robe Hotel, the prize proposed b^ing a supper and accoriipaniajeQ,ls (viz., the "necessary quantity ofJiquids required tb wa*h down the good things provided) for the com petitors, umpired, and ve'eree. The panics met according to agreement . on _ Tuesday, the 11th irist., the names and res pective scores being as follows WKST End,v 100 YARDS 2C0 YARD*. Mr. Ti ins ... 1 1 1 0 1-4 0 0 0 0 1 -l Capt Walker O'l l .1 2-5 I 0 1 10-3 Private FlVtt 2 1 I 3 0-7 0 1 0 1 3-6 C. Smith .. 2 0. 0 1 0-3 1 2 0 0 1-4 Cprl. Hulson 0 0 2 i 1 - 4 0 0 111-3 t'...

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