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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) July 8th 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

MOSQUITO PLAINS! , (From our own cdiresponJent.) . * July Stir 1861. . Life, in l/ush .townships-is monotonous. Perhaps that observation bears too close a resemblance 10. a truism, but I canuot avofd ; making .it, as life on the Mo&quilo Plains is. the quintessence of uioputony'.. Mooor tony without relief, intense unparalledi- 1 might record the quantity of noblers cons umed under the. head *' imports " or the surober ol oaths ejaculated under the; head, riexports,-as" Very ' cus'oniiry returns. - I 5'might'describe*now tbe.children at the <3ov« erunient school' passed their examination. In fact of the usual /nothings.' I. might record a score, interspersed with accounts of incredible/sized radishes aud muddy; roads. . But' I won't." 'A be, curiosity of your readers must be for once unnpp'eased as to our History of ever}' day liie. - i don't think' that I would have trdahled you'even with this, bad it not been for ihe mejpncholj fact of their being r thieves amon...

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ENGLISH NEWS. (By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

ENG-LISH MEWS. (By Electric 'Telegraph.) The Balclulha with the May Mails, ex Retiares, arrived at Adelaide on- the morn* ing of the lOib. .Tbe news ^she brings is hjleresiing and impotlaiH.. . HirR^yal.Highness the Princess Alice has beeu betrothed to Prince Louis of Hesse. . A Bill has passed both Houses of Par llaraetit, giving her a' dowry of Tbirly ThoiiSiiid Pounds, and an Annuity of Six Thousand Pounds. . * There were',nmoui3 of an alliance be tween the Duke ^'Newcastle and the Princess Aiary of Cambridge. ? Tile London portion of tlie-Fund for ihe relief of the sulfrrers from (he famine in ludia has reacbe^^lhe' ^t'ry handsome sum of £97.6941 /fbe sum of. £5,000 lias been at onee transmitted 10 India by tbe la^t mail. Major Yel.vcrtou's'name has been struck off the liit of bis regiment, as a hia k of e<<nde<nnajion of his infamous, conduct in die double marriage case# , " The Championship of Englaud was cou tested between liuist aud Macc on t...

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PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAMBIER [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

PROGRESS OF MOUNT GAMBIER Sonie.fonr years ago, Mount Gambier w as ao oasis in the desert--a green spot in the wilderness. It lmd one public house that of Mitchell's; and there were several huts on the site of what is now a town : but few who saiv it then wuuld have ventmed to predict that in so thort a tiinie it would have sweUc/l 10 iis present dimensions. It lir.ci no.gold to wake it flourish, like ";be gourd ol Jouolf/which came up in a a ght and perished in a night; no copper; 10 ex cite and inflate a Wallaioo bubblv ; and 110 coal Ux. be/burned in a . Municipal Town Council fire-place, by way of advertising" undeveloped mineral resources.. No!-the -soil alonej and its product", have created The Mou'it; and they wi 1 develope it still more rapidly, provider! lis inhabitants do not go fast asleep, and only wake up, like Rip Van Winkle, to find that they are no longer under the' dominion of Quern Vic. tor a, but of that of President JBnoyip, who won ihe great battle of Kangaroo P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

AGENT FOR THE "BORDER WATCH*' Penola.; Mr. H. Simpson.

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Correspondence. Pe[?]la, July 3rd, 1861. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

Correspondence. Pejj^io, July jfrd,1361. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-Will you oblige me by inserting a copy -of this feiterifl? tliiS weed's paper. Iti taking up tny pen to reply lo ihe> Itev, M,DiX<>nY letter in this week'« paper, 1 fear lest I may be betrayed into p spi-it of in temperance, and lest consequences nuy arise out of this coi respondent? neither creditable to the parties implicated; nor likely to pro mote the cause weudvocate. In the first plare 1 think nrcessary to my side of the juration to publish the following minutes of the meet* ing «f ihe inhabitant# of Pcnola. A meeting of the inhabitants was held at Penola Sept. 8th, i857, according to notice, to take ipto consideration the necessity of buid ing a place of Public Worship, atid a Com* tnitiee of the following inhabitant were elected:-A. Coleman, Chairman, G. Glad stone, W. F. Burro«rs, J. Douglass, J.ftlcDon ald/vW. McDonald. Trustees:-A Watson, -A. Coleman. Subscription lists were ...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, 28th June. Present:— G. B. Scott, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 12 July 1861

POLICE COURT. Friday, 28ih June. . PresentG. Scoti, Esq. Wm. Jones, aged 22 was oharged- with being tiruflk and afsorderly and a^sauHng the bartaan-at the Prince of Wales Hotel. The charge of assault was no"; pressed, end the j bench fined defendant £l. CIVIL JURISDICTION. July 2nd   Present:-G. B. Scott, Esq, S.M., in the chair. H. E. Wells, Esq., and T. Scott, Esq., J .P. Ad win v, Qainn, . This was an action (or wages for wife's ser* 'vices; as is usual ihe wife had the most to say, but the Bench found for the defendant. Michael Spring v. A. Adams.     Action on promisory note for £12 10s. After a great deal of fencing (in the way of talk) between the plaintiff and defendant, the Bench decided in favor of Plaintiff for the amount claimed. A. C. Coleman v. J. H. Thompson. An action on a dishonored Bill and interest, £31 9s. Id. Pluir.tiff struck of £l 9s. Id. to bring the gcase withiu Court Jurisdiction This case,.was postponed until next mon...

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NOTICE TO MARINERS. Treasury, Adelaide, May 30,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

NOTICE . TO MAltIN SRS. Treasury, Adelaide, May 30,1801. , The following Notice to Mariners, frequent ing MacDonnell Bay, Cape Northumberland, is published for general.information. ' ; T. REYNOLDS,, Treasurer. ; .Referring to the sailing directions for the Above anchorage, da ed the; 9th February, -i860, published by the late Trinity B iard, Masters of vessels /requesting MacDonnell Bay, are again cautioned againn remaining at $ anchor after the Blue and White Weather Ftag has been displayed.from.the Lighthouset^Fiag-' staff, the bottom- of the harbor being of.feo rooky a nature that thfe heaviest description of anchors in bad weather car.no; be depended upon, - t ? - W.hen the Head Keeper of the MacDonnell Lighthouse deems the Bay "to, be unsafe, a Blue Flag will be hoisted at the ;Fla£siafi near the Lighthouse, to warn vessels from . entering the harbor. The same sigrisl wiil be . hoisted on the moorings being all occupied, in which case vessels entering the Bay must anchor, and s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PENOLA. (From our own Correspondent.) Penola, July 17th, 186l. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

PENOLA. (From our awn Correspondent.) Penola, July 17tb, 186lV jLne to-wnsiup as is usual at this time of the year is very dull lEckcd* and the n iuI ciid vatcr irore alupdant then usual. f A new school house isrbeing erected by Mr* G. Gladstone, irho has taken the contract. A meeting of the members of the.Penola Cricket 6lub took place at the lloyal Oak Hotel on Tuesday,, the 16th instant, for the. purpose of placing the club upon a proper footing', which : had not yet been'done. J. M. Woolley, Esq., was unanimously voted to the chair. Mr. W. F. Burrows, the Secretary and Treasurer, brought up his report, by which it appeared that, after paying all demands there' remained a balance of <£29 9s. 6d. in favor of the club. The report was received and adopted. Several resolutions for the guidance of the club were resolved upon. It was also resolved. that A, Cameron, Esq., be the president of the club; / that Mr. A C Colman be appointed treasurer; and that Mr W. F. Burrows be ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MACDONNELL BAY. (From a correspondent) Wednesday, July 17th, 1861, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

^A^ONNELL BAi. (Froiri:a corxesjiondeni) : ^ Wednesday,'Juiy 17tb, 1861, At a' preliminary meeting held ? at" the ' Mat DenneH BiyHotel, on Monday, July 8ili, 1861, irWas resoivcd to call a public meetings to be 'held "on Wednesday, July 10; io luke iDVo' ioiifiiceratioii vvliat Eieps can te adopted toward a draining the township. Accuiclinjily, on Wednesday, July 10th, most of the inhabitants. of J\1 acdonnell Bay met together et £dck*6, iu accordance with the piecedirg notice. The Chair was taken., by Capt French; . Il Jtvns proposed hy: Mr. T. Williams, aod seconded by Mr. E. Smith:-That ii) the I opinion of this-sm'eeang, i; is desirable Jo I lake (be jWfcesfcaxy steps to urge upon, the r Governmrat tKe iJccessity for an immediate |Cgrant to opeti tile waf^coorses and erect one ijicg tridgtfral tncfy ead of the ' township. ^Carried. ^ .' '.. V.- ">/ The1 second resolution was pTopostd by Mr. Lawrtnee,'- and seconded by;. Mr. ,J.^ LockeThai a committee of thiefc/or lour' resid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

P IS N A PUB LIC . will be at ROYAIi ON WEDNESDAY, ifTHREE . to consider. O fc-1 3 pi 3 3D 3.0 O L A . MEET ING h-ld ; the Oak JDLY 31st, p.m. ilia question ff LENDERS are invited for Building, a - Wesley an Chapel at Mount Gambier. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Minister's Residence, Mount Gabbier. - TENDEKS are also invited for Caiting Stou'e in any Quantit-ee for the above Chanel, to be delivered ici-September. next. For par ticulars u|)ply to Mr E. H. L)e!rington,Vor Mr C. Fidier. -Teud *rs tf) be sent to the Rev. II. T. Burgess, Motoit Gambier, on o«- before August 1st. The Tru tees do net bind themselves to acccpt the lowest or any t?ndei. ?OR SALE-THREE PIG* A^pty to w. T. DAY. X Opposite the National Bai l;. TEAMS Wanted immediately to convey Timber part of the way to Macdonnell Bav. Apply nt the office of this paper I3tc LOSTsc-FIV-E'POUNDS KEWAKD. IN ihc nciglTt>jisKli00fl of ine Dr.>p D op, a Small Pockei*Hs^k. The above "Rswa jPvII be pa'd io any . per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

-AGENT FOR THE ""BORDER WATCH' Penola Mr. H. Simpson.

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To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

To (hi.Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-You would greatly-oblige me by in. setting theifollowing lettefin thi* week*ifpaper. < I do not -fear any > consequences which ihay arise^oCbt tlVe correspondence between the % ...R^v.."1iMi'r'4?51ieIdoo.«#n'd- myself, 'if truth'be r .> only stased on both sides, i auiquitfe willing 'j that the whole affair beiweetr us should bo thoroughly investigated, so that it'may be , clearly sren who i9 and who is not iit ffiatpa* 'V 1 ? I have never seon the origmal nictates in reference to »he Church,, from wfylt&^tlie' Bev. J. Sheldun ha9 copied, and coni^^ently can say' nothi»g about them. The /pending was subscribed to by Presby terian3 and* JSpis" copaliani, but the from giren by the""Ia'tter was very >mall compared to the whole amount. If itbe needfu Jto verify this statement the subscription list can be produced and published. ".An arrangement was entered into actyrdfag - to which the Episcopalians were to be. allowed ...

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THE BORDER WATCH, Published, every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JULY 12TH, 1861. SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

? Published, every Friday morning. . - FRIDAY, JULY 12TH, 1861. SEPARATION. YVhilb the Separation movement is' pro* gressing en- the otber side of the Border, with I lie prospect of a triumphant issue, and the question will soirae of these days be ra^ed on this side, the inhab.i-auts of this important district wouldil«j» %pll to em -brace the opportunity of approacuing their legislature *witb a ;espectful : yet urgent memorial, touching Hheir present wa»!s and future prospects. It is true that there was lately forwarded to Government a petition to which there has scarcely been sufficient time to respond, butas there is no probahiL fjty of even the moderate demands therein I specified being conceded, it is hr&ii time we had "some definito idea of how we are ! to be served in: future l>y. the South Aus Iralian Goy'ernmeni^aii4 ;t6'; know on 'what fobting wejaw:^>iia^^wTih. it .if we"are to - ^our cftunitn ^^e-jio'd^Sid, and -wt?en we have the chatVfce of obtaining,- by s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TEMPERANCE HALL. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

TIu\JP£*ANCE HALL. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) j Sir,-In your last i>sue appeared a jjara* '. graph staiing' the Temperance f iends would do wull by establishing a Reading Room, to be used as a' Literary Institute. I may say, sir, tor general information, *hat the Tempei anc« friends hjive been dreaming of a Temjjer ant!o ilull lor sume years;" to my knowledge, having so'icited subscrip.'iuns for that object, and I am decidedly of opinion that if we are, to wait until j-irsv build a Hall for that, pur* pose, it will he-good-bye, their close*fi«ted-» ness beins" proverbial. That such an object is of immediate 'necessity, I think few will gain say ; for it i« very certain that many we'l disposed individuals withhold tlieir counte nance from objects of great public import ance (that do not belong to that hideous class tf animals styling themselves thoroagh-going Teetotallers) on account of its benefitting scarcely anyone except the publicans. It-is. cer ain/ tliat the benef...

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PROGRESS of AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

Pft0GRES&^of: AG;ltiCULTURB IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA AN D VICTORIA. The volcanic t harac'er of the conutry around l^Tount Gamliicr.is one'pspecia! (.-teinei;: iii i.s adaptation " for agricultural purposes. But even wiiji .-.11 1 lie naturul udrantages which it po|ifSSes, 'lie Aiouni will not udvume with ? ftTaT vajjul*i.y'? with w Itich it is reasonuble to ,«£xpt<;l it wo it'll, if cure be /tot taken to itt n tit! ifiituia! advantages, to proper account. Far jnori' 'ban foi u\e.rlv is it requintc, that an a^ilcu'turai conimi.tiily should be an one, rt-ady to avail i'self of ail useful in^matio", and (o ada^t i'seif to new circura a^jTiices.as they devtlope fiproselves." For this 'j-fl&onVYe heie present the readers of the '.Border Watch" with a brief review of the progress of agriculture in South Austialia as compared with thut ol Victoria ; und-.we hope thut vhe information .thus collected together will not only bc-intercsting lo our farmers, but tliMt they wi...

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LOCAL COURT. 16th July, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

LOCAL COUJRT. -16th July, 1861. V ' \ Magistrates;On the Bencb -J.' C» Lyon, E«q., S.M., E. Wehl, Esq., J P., J. Um pherstoue, .Esq,, j. P., and T. Wells, .Esq., J. p.. _ Colter v.- Coulibard. Judgment for plaintiff. Defendant to pay costs. . cf|)arbridgt-;v. Vauee. Judgment for plaintiff. \ Defendant to |My costs. iHO'Brien^ v.; McArtbur. Jud^riient for defendant. "Plaintiff to pay#-costs. ^aiise v. Float* J udgni^-^H^jffendant. Pi|niiff lo pay ctist*. 1 ' . lifatise v.,;,.ftlcEacbern. A dj bur red to nefct Court day* . ^ > j Bourke v.^Musgrove; Nonsuited. Plain tiff to pay costs. ^ I ParfiU and Moore v. Pingle. Judgment for plaintiff, >£4 15s. 106* Costs divided. POLICE COURT. . ^17th. July, 1861. 4 > TiVilliam 1 be mas 'Harvey/ fined 10s. |lt|oiid ijffenye, .being <Jrunlt and incapable « the publiQ,,streeta. , . : = ' -i

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Latest Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

Latest Intelligence. Owiasf to the inconvenient hour at which our weekly mail arrives on Mount Gatnbier, t and also to a pressure of local-intelligence, we are unable to ma^e room, in this issue, for many items of general ne.vjs, 'But our electric telegram of last week anticipated most of the mote iiapotant items, For a similar reason we are obliged to post . pone the publication of the letters of our cor respondents at Mosquito -Plains and Guichen Bay; ihey wjll appear in next week's publica tion, We will give corpus extracts from our files in next week s publication, ^ .

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

MOUNT GAM BIER SIEAM JVtILLSv> \ pc bushel. 1 I.- '..? 5 0 .%Fine flour, per ion t .. ..16 0-0 v>I*bHard, per-»bushe) ... ... 0 1 . :6 do* I'ppr ion . , " , ; . 7 0. 0 Bran, , d<i. . ... 0-1^3 Oats,per bushel . .. 0 5 0 Crushed do. ^ . 0 6 0 -Barley .. ... 0. 5 0 Crushed do. _ ... 0 6 0

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TEMPERANCE AND INTEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

TEMPERANCE AND INT EM* PERANCE. ' - '^.Audi alteram partem'' is a maxim both hi law and logic. It signifies " Hear the other side dud the man. who is so enthu siastic in a cause that he caunot listen to what may be said onlbe Qlber side,: is only half.a reasuner, arid dues not rise even to ihe distinction of being a logical animal. Let the Teetotallers of Mount Gambier carefully read the following ; and if they can-answer it, our-columns are open fur their reply We are 'indebted to a physician, Dr. Barclay, of Leicester, for a most sensible ,V|imphletja.a.thfi-lenvpexanc<M|uesiionr Dr. Barclay is"emphatically an advocate of temperance, and he is an advocate of tempe rance, because be knows that tbe use of stimulants is most important to the human economy ; Jjdt unless man chooses to live a mere animal, br rather a mere vegetable life -that is, unless tbe whole end of his being is to sustain life-he niust have recourse to stimulants io some form j, because mortality is bes...

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COMPETITION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861

COMPETIT ION.' To the Editor of the liqrder Wqtch. pir,- L have bpen given lo understand that th«re wiii be competition frprn Portland for the "Westeyati Chapel about to be erected on Motmt Gambier. lararof opinioa th.11 it is not right fur parlies living 90 or 100 mUos f:om the Mount, to have iht} icon tract, as the nu^jbrity of subsc.'iptions are gathered in the township, and therefore 1 think we want to k;ep (he money in the' loivn as much as we can and nut voie for it to go out; so that whoever gets the contract. 1 hope and trust it will be sorce Iradesnmri iivins? on the Mount, for if uny other than the trade ha* the contrucr, I shall think that we hare not bt-en treated ri^hi, for the old pioverb says that " a siich in time saves nine. I temain, ycu>s, ccc,, - . SUBSCRIBER. [No dotrbt* so far as business can be made a uiqtler of fee I jug or of favour, residents should be preferred to stiangers- B'u» .when lenders are called for, it is presumed that she most eligible tender...

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