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Shipping. PORT MACDONNELL. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

o» POtlT MACDONNELL. L ARRIVALS. ' fc+U .-'. ,,: . --.V ' PEPARTUi 58.' " ' . "

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

General Business rjpfTE "BORDER WATCH" is published , it every Friday morning at la o'clock. 1 SUBSCRIPTION : .For the quarter, paid in advance .. £0 8.0 ,, - TERMS OP ADVERTISING: First 8 lines or inch of space £0 3 0 Every additional line . . ' 0 0 2 - Advertisements under 8 line's, .. 0 3 0 Discount on advertisements ordered for 3 months .. ... 25 per cent. Ditto for six rar nths... . . . *. 60 per cent. ' Shipping advertisements, each: ... r 0. 4 0 /.Advertisements for Business Direc tory,per annum 0 0 Advertisements-inserted over the "' leader are charged firsts lines .. . .. .. 0 fi 0 : Each additional line ..010 .It is requested that advertisements, to secure their insertion* be sen i in as early as possible, "atid at-tfie latest not later than o d'clock on .Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must bein writing, and sent in not; later, than 2 o'clock on the Wednesday pteceding the day of;puUlicat1dn. Advertisements : tnusi. be accom pon...

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

. VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. LSeed "Wheat sqIU, very, goud , . ' 8amples, at per bushel ,..v £0 6 6 Fine. Floor, per ton;. .. .. . 16 10 0 1 do. " per bag- .. .. i 16 0 Bran, per,>bushel ? .. 0 1 6 .Pollard, "do* .. .. 0 19 . do. by halt ton Jot per bushel. 0 1 6 Oats- do; . .. '.. "0 5 0 Barley do. . . .. ' .. 0 0, 6 - ' Charges to* crushing Is, per bushel:.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

Markets. * MpyNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS, .Wheat, per bushel frne. flour, per ton PollSrd, per bushel Bran, . do. - Oats, per bushel 'Crushed do. Barley 1 - Crushed do,.

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

TWO i'UUNDS ItEWARD. STUA.YED,. from Mount Gambler, a Dark Day F ily. branded GS on near SuouKl^r; aisu a Buy Filiy, branded. GS' on near Shou'der. . One Pound Reward ifill. be paid fur «ach Filiy to any person deliveiin^ the same to GEORGE a El ELTON, lOtc Moutit Gambier. iWO POUNDS 11WARD, | OST, a Chestnut Coil with white s'ripe jLi down face, branded JW near Shoulder. lufoinmum to be given nt ihe Rojral'Oak. Hou-1, Pea ia. " 10-3' LOST, u Bay Horse. with Sijurt I ail and Black L'omi., While Snip down nose, founded - n*ur shou'tler, uud Small Blotch Brum! m»ar vsecfc;. £'3 ltew<ird v.iil be paid io any psrly giving i-ilWmaUou wht'ie Ire nuy be found at ths ttojal O. k Hotel, Peuuia, * ' 10 12 .'JL\ULOHlN(i IiUSlNESS. WILLIAM humpukies takes this OP |K'tumit> of i:\lWuiing die i;iIiubitants o»' Mourn Uambier that he l as C( mttienQed bus ness in the above lino. AiJ orders en-. r»is« d,to him wi?l meet with ready uttentippi > "Work done on jeasonable terms. Goods p...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. Monday, June 24,1861. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M., and E. Wehl, E.q, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

POLICE COURT. Monday, June 24,1861. . ; Before"'J.' G." Lyon, Esq., S,M., and E. Weill, lyq , J.P-. > Antony Dvvyer. charged \vilh feeing drunk and disorderly in the public street 011 the 23 <1 iost. Finetl I As*' Mafin D.vyei, cliatged with being drunk and dbo^derly in the public street on ihe 23rd. Fined 10a. ,, ' . .Charles Howard, charged with being drunk and causing a disturbance on the public sireet on the 22od. Fined 10a.; Robert t3rbwn, charged vnt h beiug drank and causing a disturbance on the public street on ibe 22nd. Fined:10s. "A. Mitchell, charged with inciting a pri soner (o resist Sergeant ^oun^ iiv the exe# cution of his duty. Fined £1. J. Kirby,' summoned by James Grant for £7 10d., wages due. * Judgment for p'ain uff. ' ? ,f . V; :

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING.—CHURGH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

PUBLIC M EETING.^-CHURGH OF ENGLAND. x\ pubtu: nieetnvp was tivlfJ on \Ve«'m?.suny. "evening last for Hie purpose of devising the best mode of erecting an "English ! church at Mount Gambier. Present :-Mes'Ms Gray, Burt-Ham, Long, Wil-im, Andrews, Ooper, Wallace, Richardson, Pepper, and Man sell. It was resolved that subscription lists tie placed ajrtbt* Bank, Postoffice, and Tde pr»ph office ; and also that notices of the meeting and list of subscriptions I e sent to the " Border Watch j" and also to lluLord Bishop, : . ? - That "this meeting be considered a provin cial cotutrittee for. the purpose of obtaining further subscriptions, arnicas Mr. Gray consented to act us Treasurer pro. tem., it was also resolved that a pubjic ciuetin^ be, called for the 22n*d July, in onifr to elect a perinani-ni coiiimittee.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EDUCATION. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

EDUCATION. (Ctmumteil from ou,* last.) THE opponents of State Aid to' Education see til to forget the essential'..difference thai necessarily, obtains between the Voluntary principle as applied to religion and the same principle as applied to Education. Volun taryism is, upon ihe .whole, iucce-isful in the support oi Churches, and unsuccessful in the support of Schools. The reason of this dif ference is obvious. In the support of Ch urches all the individuals in a community have ft direct inteiesi. However careless, .many'of . «heiuJ may be touthirig the - essentials of\reli-> gion,. or how so disinclined soever to avai' themselves of- the ministrations of.the Chris* lion Church, almost all wish to be regarded as supportt rs and adherents ot some denomi nation of; Christians. In the support of Schools, on the other hand; only a portion of the community have a direct and immediate interest. Many are unmarried, some of ihe married have no children, and therefore their interest in s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1861. THE COMING TEMPEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

. I RID AY," JJJ5T £ 23-rn. ! I:Q i ': iiTHE COMING TEMPEST. No comment of ours is needed to impress our , readers with the momentous character of the intelligence brought by the last mail from Europe and America. It must* have struck every .one as the most grave and alarming in ' telligence recorded for some years. ' The ap proaching tempfest darkens almost every quar ter of the horizon. The long restrained thunder now gives forth its portentous mutter ings from every black ' cloud. We remember an old man who used to say that he never lost hope of the weather so long as the smallest patch, of blue could be seen in thessky. In the political sky there is not so much as one little hopeful patch of blue. Even the most san guine must now. have relinquished, hopes of the peace of the world being any longer pre served. We say the peace.of the world, for since the last great European contest termi nated on the; field of Waterloo, the world at large^may be said-;to have been at peace. Wars ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence. DIPTHERTA. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

? Correspondence. DIPTiJEUTA. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir--Now-that this formidable malady- ha» unmistnktably appeared iii our midst, and oc - casion d several casualties, I should like to Peealit'Ie more a-arni abroad concerning it. Panics are.: usually pernicious, hilt in this case a generol feeling of apprehension jniyht prove salutary,'.-. I am afraid that the cfiarai; trr/ for heat hfulness which* this district, has hitherto deservedly possessed, has in somu measure blinded people to the necessity of using even o dinary precaution's a^unjt dis ease. When a disease becomes epidemic it may some-iine-a h>rca its way in spite oi every precaution 5 hut if itie means a e dili gently employed in the way «.f pre vent ion, .there is at ieust, happen what may, a Saving of cruel teflfctions. Now it seems to mo preti? evident, from-inquiries made on ifie subject, th»t DipUieria is to a ureat eXtrut preventive, or will jifld to surgical treat ment, if.attended to in lime. JOip...

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 — 28 June 1861

To the Editor of the Border Walch . Sir, -I was much astonished yesterday on goiug to the Burial Ground to attend a funeral to hear from the minister who offici- ated that he considered that some persons "had imbrued! their hands in his (the deceased) blood.'' If such was the case surely it was the     rev. gentleman's duty to have taken other steps and not come to the grave and make such an unqualified assertion. I am, sir, " INVESTIGATOR

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

CAPTURE OF FORT SUMTER. We (Times) have received by express a   copy of the " New York Herald" of the 14th April. We extract the following   details :-- Charleston, 14th April. The cannonading is going on fiercely from all points--from the vessels outside, and all along our coast.   13th April, 10 a.m.   Fort Sumter is on fire. It broke out in the officers' quarters about two hours ago.   Major Anderson has slacked his fire, but not ceased fighting. It will not materially impede operations as the amount of woodwork in the fort is quite small* The day is oppressively warm. I have j ust learnt, from an authoritative   source, that no demand for the surrender was made upon major Anderson, but simply a demand for evacution. The distinction is marked in a political sense as important. 13th April, 13.30 a m.   At intervals of 20 minutes the firing was kept up all night on fort Sumter. Major Anderson...

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

PUBLIC MEETING. / A public meeting, convened by adver- ' tistenent, was held on Tuesday evening last, June 25th, at The Farmer's Inn, for the pur- pose of organizing an Agricultural and Pastoral Association, and also to elect a Committee for the ensuing year. J. Umpherston, Esq.,JP., was unani- mously voted to the chair. It was moved by Mr. J. Mitchell, seconded     by Mr. T. Williams - That an Agricultural, Pastoral and Horticultural Association be formed, as an amendment to Resolution 2, , passed at a public meeting in Oct. 28,1860, Carried unanimously.     Moved by Mr Smith,. seconded by Mr. South - That the objects of this Association shall be the encouragement and improve- ment of Agricultural, Pastoral and Horti- cultural pursuits. Carried unanimously. Moved by Mr. South, seconded by Mr. T. Newton - That the funds of the Associa- tion shall be raised by annual subscription and donation,a subscription of not less &nbsp...

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

Local Intelligence. The Ball at THE FARMER's INN. This ball did not come off on Monday       evening last, as announced, in consequence of the non-arrival of the brass Band, engaged for the occasion. A BAUBER WANTED ds th# MountI - V/.e hftve noiv a very (air oonij*lem»nt|of Irnd'esihen on the Mount-but no barber, Shofcmakerv baleen, biKchers, and b>»ise-i :: breakers-but »n > borber. K-'-ally, ibis is/ l)a**->a*ou,i. Jjet one dextro'ip kaii*ht of tlso 'jiole" nnd ilie razor jasi _s^Tl]e-down on the .Miiunr, and we ail}, guarantee him a fair sha:e of. customers, and a far better share ihun iejl tp the lot of VVdlie Thompson; the barber of Dunse. who said hejiad to scrape, heard* eight days'old for a pejiny u jiiecei llealiv, a barber is w t.ted on" the Mount. THE JlACiis. - By an oversight-, id our, report of the Races' held at Mount Gambler latt week, we omitted to give the result of the Consjlatiou Stakes. I'h*i race was woi^ by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 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
MEETING FOR ESTABLISHING A SCHOOL AT MT. GAMBIER EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 June 1861

MEETING'FOR ESTABLISHING A SCHOOL AT MT. GAMBIER EAST.     The residents at Mount Gambier East, being about five miles from the Mount, have felt the inconvenience of the want of a school     in their immediate locality, and have taken measures to-remedy it. A meeting, was held on Saturday evening last, at Mr. Mc Intyre's farm, on the Portland Road, when various resolutions were carried, and a sub scription list opened. Mr. G. Foreman oc cupied the chair-; and the resolutions were moved and seconded by Messrs. Wm. Mu doch, Flute, Hartahorn, Ashwell, Hogarth, McIntyre, Jacobs, Ashton, and Foreman, and these gentlemen,also form the Commit tee to carry the resolutions into effect.   It was resolved that it was expedient to establish a Government School in the loca lity, provided a sufficient number of scho lars could be obtained ; and the School" house, which is to be erected on the south east corner of Mr. D. McIntyre's s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 July 1861

1 - Ail kii ds of Smrk bought und Suld 'on conni's-ioii. MOSQUITO PLAINS. ? ?;,jj \\ . IV SMITH akes this oppmUin ly to \n<onn 'lie j>»ib c^la fe ims o|»rne<l his U"v<**\ \vtiown us "The linsSi-.tmii*- Arms,' wbt-ie he irusts by iiUfimon and uvili y to merii a slmro of tlnJlr pa roimue. . inn . ' ' . r^HE Undersigned' ' has for Sale-One * Bullock Team (complete), Bullock . D.avs, BiiMurks. Horses, Cows, Spring £art, (wiib harn s«), Dog Cart. Fig*. &c f &c. ? J.AMES COCK. TO BE LET.-Wiih or without right of *. purchase, '. Moerlong-Sections 208,221. . "Near Macdonnell Bay-Section 392; 391, 382, 383, 327.. , r. Apply to, - . . : J AS. COCK, Ml. Gambier. - NOTICE. CAVE quarryT^ DR. WEHL'S . PADpOCK, MOUNT GAMBIER. SD. MANSELL bejfs respectfully to . inform the4Inhabitants of Mti Gam bier thai he has now for Sale-Stone, Flint, Lara* Sand, at the above named Quarry^: Also, stone at the Quarry of Captain French, Macdonnell Bay. N B. Orde...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KAPUNDA. (From our own Correspondent.) June 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 July 1861

.RAPUNDA^ (From onr own Correspondent.) "? June 20ih. The wVaiher 13 vpry fine to-day. We had some splendid; rain end of last and present week. V Latabtrig^is going on very y fast, apd ilie weather is favourable. -Whet t is -growing V|jry fast. 1 have seen; hundreds of acres a; foot above the ground; in fact, everything prognosticates a p!en;iful forthcoming harvest, mii-.-h to the farmers satisfaction of conrse. The mines are improving daily. The ores. are. also, gradual!*' (on- the average) . producing more^and the quantity produced is ,rot lessening,; although a^great exodus from here ;i to Wallaroo has tak^rt p'ace. Another fact which.shows the richness and working ;vutue. of this mine is that it is generally s;ieak:ng only the 4 newf hands that have gone to Wallaroo, the. old on.es,... with one q.r two excedtions, Having re mained. The manager is now building two . uetvalacka at the. smelting work*,: and a nsw si e for the engine, the "present site being entirely*.undermined. ,...

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 — 5 July 1861

' -'Tis au old old eajinii that those who have 'a hard ? ca«e generally begin to use hard 'names in coiineciion . With it- ? Under such an - influence t -put1 the- communication of the in . dividual fisjiiiog. himself Mark-i.Dixon. ; He :aecti»esfme, diiectly nad indirectly of false hood, aud at the sanie tim > sir; does not, on nny one,fact, I originally aUvahced. prove the slightestfail&'ijv lie says t throw dust in tire dyes of the people.1 From:whnt'I s-e in the -local press everywhere- about here, I am afraid the re,,»" geullen.ah^iias forgotten the inoterin his.own eye. lV>an-wtil forgive thei latter part ctfnia attack, and am.hsppv to ieave my po* pition iri the hands of .the P»*noia public as to the truthfulness of my original stnteme n . As r>gards/'he \Vant^ of brotherly' feeling ifec., I advance, :I think the* rev* gentlemen's own'eDistfeelearlV nroves'tliat. ' IamjiiBir;-yours &cv, ? YOUR .G.OKR£SPO.NDEN-T

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 — 5 July 1861

To the Editor, of the Border 1Vaich. Sir-Electoral division ;is a question which Iht electois of this district must consider : be* fore long/ I think it will be agreed upon {all ; hands thut this district is now assuming such a character aswilljusnfv its inhabitants in Remanding better 'representation in parlia ment ; not that I would insinuate - that the hon, gentleman who is no*® sitting in the -"House as the member for thiv; district is un mindful of our interests, or rather tlw interests .of the distiict-bu» fi'om the position which he . holds in the Hou«e, and taking into consiiJf* ratibn the' Varied interests 'which be has to represent I;dii not t? ink that is Is »n his power ' to do justice m'hiscons-iiuen's. When we Jake iniu consideration the size of this district, and itsalmost antagonistic interests, the nuni : ber of its inhabitants, and - geographical posi tiojo^-so far from the seat of government, and ' the manner 'in which it has been treateJ by that government, of wh...

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