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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
VICTORIA STEAM MiLLS. Fine Flour, per,lo'i. . . - .. £16 0 0 Bran, per l>ushel f. 0 16 Pollard, , d6i 0 1 9 : ,do, by halt ton lot per bushel. 0 1 6 . Oats -do. .. .. 0 5 0 ' Barley do'. . - .. .. 0 6 6* Qha'ges lo' crushing is, jer bushel. SOOTH AUSTR A LI A N PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. >.FJLOUU, GRAIN, &C. Flour, fin«i per. Ion . cf ' 2,000 ibs., at tlie Port, i. bags included ...,.i'£i5 0 0 15 15 0 Wheat, in town ....... Q 6 4 &lt;6 5 Q \V4eat, at the'port,'for . 1,000 bushel 'ots, wi:h ~ out bags.........v... 0 6- 8' 0: 0 0 Bran, per bushel of 20 lbs. at thePoil, bays .included 0 1 0 0 1 . Pollard, per bushel of 20 " lbs..., o I - 4 0 1 p " Hay, per Son ....... ...; 3 0 - O' iS 10 0 Do', pressed, at the Port, _ v ' ..per ton .......,».. 4 5 Of 50 0 Oats, Gape,-per bushel ' of40lbs., without hags 0 3 0 0 .3 3 Do., fine white, per bu- , . shelot 40lbs., without - ." v ... bagB, 0 4 3 0 4 Q, Barlev, Cape, per bushel ~ ' - of 501b?., without bgs. 0 4 0 0 5 0 Barley, E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
General Business. ripHE BORDER WATCH" is published A every Friday morning at 10 o'-jjock. 'SUBSCRIPTION: rj.For the "quarter, paid in advance y* £0 "8 0. ? R TERMS OP ADVERTISING :--' : . : " # , Fiwt 8 lines fcr inch of space &lt; . £0 0 0 / Every additional ,line " _. 0 0 .% c *- ' Advertisements under 8 lines, . . 0 3 0 rL .Discount-on advertisements ordered * foV 3 months 1 . . 25 per cent. ^)itto for six mcnths... 50 per cent. Shipping advertisements. each ... 0 4;" 0 Advertisem ent« for Business Din»c* . . ~ tory,- per annum.' " .v ' '-'-.10 O Advertisements- inserted over the ? ? 'leader are charged- ' . - First 5 lines ' .. .. ; ... 0 5 0 \ JSach additional line . 0 I b \.f It is requested that advertisements^ to secure -fitheir insertion, be sen t in as early as possible, S:_7and at the latest not later than'5 o'clock on Thursday'eve'ning. Orders for the alteration or ?; - 'withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing, *"?' -../and sent in not later than 2 o'cloc...
NOTICE T0 OUR SUBSCRIBERS, AND TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
' ^ NOTICE T~0 OUR StiS^pBERS, -?..- .? . .».v» . 7. ? ???.' r'V^."' , ; AND -C: ' TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. THB Proprietor of " THE BOEDER WATCH " returns his sincere jaijd. most-, grateful .ibanks to his Subset ibersj and t6 the community of Mount Gambier generally-not forgetting his Advertising fnends^f^jthe encouraging sup- : the first Quarter- of- its fenddi^k-jfekisteiice. Those who are not' farfiiliar with^thft^^phani cal details, the 'publishing requiqe^^s, and, the literary conduct; of , a; Newspaper, are not generally aware-of* the :many minute obstacles I which impede the progress of a newspaper I when fiist started omf "ground. ? The mere mechanical and cpiams^ial obstacles are :often : very annoying, if Hot more frequently very perplexing,. -All the. requisite -machinery has to be brought from a. great ^'stance, eyenithe paper on which our Periodical is printed, lias, to be L- regularly supplied from Adelaide or Melbourne; and then the arrangements of our Post Office are...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
TO COERESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should 1 be short and pithy; lengthy articles do' not suit cur. sitace; matters of local interest are » most acceptable* ^ v '. ^d)'a>oo^q6'«aD:'bd taken of anonymous com munications..' ' ; AijL^nicles senf-fbr ins^rlfop must be - au>iy$Hucated by the,Dair.£_and.raddrcs« of the ,- wriler-not.as a 'I sine qua non '* f&lt; r pufoHca , lioni but as a guarantee ofgaod/ailh. ? .vCorrespordenis" particularly rjrCfu'ested^" " to write vn one stdeWfmeffi^as^ly* v'~~
General News. A LOOK OUT FROM THE "BORDER WATCH" [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
General News. A LOOK OUT . FROM THE ? " BORDER WATCH It iB the duty of a Wateh man . to " look out and placed, as we are, upon the highest pinnacle of C78inl)ier, it is our especial privilege, as well as our duty, 10" survey the country.,-far and near, and re port to our leaders wh&B is taking place over tlie wide extent of ^country under our supervision. ; ' Mr Justice BWthby, in deciding upon a recent case at Adelaide, solemnly declaies that the Real Property Act ol South Aus tralia is illegal 1 There is a dead lock in tt)e Supremo Court jr and-->6} a an Adelaide comemporary -1 the course of: just ipe. ia.ab-' solutely stayed h)' the fiat of the Judge. Truly, we, oi) #*Wt Genibisr, who «xe not yet so far a4a«||e&lt;l »n Civilization as to have conflicting!^wj'ers to tornWnt us, 'uay sing, with ta^ef^agacious " Hudtbras:-? "Law is the vw^dom of all ayes, And'the ablest sages, WhoJjfiTOiglySir business at the bat .Jgfe?V6ta.lufid'--of civil war, in nothing but to ...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 July 1861
Local Intelligence. DEATH BY Drownimg.-OU the 14th in stant, information was received at theJPolice Officethat a youn'gla'd, named Michael Hand; had been drowned, on the, previous day, in a swamp near Kalangadoo. Police constat ble Allen immediately proceeded to-the lo cality, in otder to institu'e inquiries into the ' case. On arriving at Glencoe, he was in * formed that on Saturday lost, Mr. Bell-atid ihe deceased Michael Hand had been out on the run looking after cattle; and that, on crossing the swamp at Kalangadoo, both Bell and the deceased lad Michael Hand were dismounted by (beir horses plunging into deep water, the depth being reckoned about nine feet. Bell managed to extricate himself, as he could swim ; but the poor lad, Michael Hand, who 'wag only ,13 years of age, being, unable^ to ^wira, contrived to get «»n to'a log. on which he remained for the long space of three hours. At last a rope was procured, which. was tbrowu out, and tied by Michael Hand himself to the log o...
COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
' . &lt;Cvhl" "- . , CO^rCTEETSp$riNQt .OKrTHE . . j£s! v, -*AST6BA L,.'A KD ORTI ODL-K .TPKAL. ASSOCIATION., := 1 Present':--J,- ^fl>^bersirtti4,; Ej:qii J.P. P*eaideht,: Messrs. Sdutlr^3Wjratt, M itchell, .^'Holpvie^nd-WilKim'sif^,?f7 ^ .. ^Theftinares of tbe pubiic roeetipg were ?.. rj'-j jfc * .:.; « » I i ' .' ,Tlie Cbairinan. JtaEed tbe object of the mefJli ng^R'ua Co: consider itbe desirability of . boIdtngiaTObow of stock* 1 b Sbfiteiiiher.~'1 \ - "Mr* ^South'* mov'ed ' the lollowin g reaol u - 'uon'^Tjiet^w^' iris^Vjo' ' tbe Aecoiid week of Septiemb4r,' ljeihg VVed 1 ne'sda^tbie ilib.'., v ' \ ' Carried; '' &lt;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
' SPECIAL NOTICE. * % FOR SALE. THE MOU-NT _GAMBLER HOTEL, ir, Three ? Rooms, /CONTAINING Tap Room arid Bar; Three ' V/'"' .Sitting Rooms, ThirteerfBed' K w FotiR-sTALLED Stable AND . I.OOSE,BOX, . r;, GOOD, WELL with Whim, &c,:; complete, Kitchen,GardenFeiiced in, containing in alt abotr One Acre. - : Intending purchasers willfiudthi* a- good "opporiuaily for going into Business, aaOhe MOUNT GAMBIER HQT££ Z'.' Is tlje'OldMt Houge, and^doing thebe»t Ba3l» "hessin thisD^tnct, situated inJ%3f^*eutre of the Township. , , . . ifer i Als6, . ; ,. - : A TWO STORIED . STONE': STORE; (w.ith Quarter, of an; Acre of Land); has been;. Built about Eighteen Months, and doing's large Trade, Stock to be taken at a Valuation. The present Proprietor isdesirous. of retire ing from Business, for.which reasonhe intends: to sell out. '... ? HOUSE and STORE - to be sold eiher, together or Separately, ^ 5 ^ " For full particulars apply to ; - ALEXANDER MITCHELL,. : .(Rrpprletor),: MountGambierjHIo...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
Local ; j TBlftPsKANCtJ AND IHTEMPERANCE; . ^?-e*?fticle inserted:in lo>t- week's issue of .thp. ? -Border Watch '; under the title of u" Temperance; apd Intemperance,'" has per formed the work which! we Assigned to it; Twoabie correspondents have come forward unswer tj; .and we are sure that our rea ;^£ra./^y.rhe phli! g*ed,to, tbero.forundertaking L^i^S®v.7Tbe ^yrit^rs of;these; letters rark a die most in tell; gen t of' the residents pn the Mount ;;,tbe aajme of one v.ill carry iis own weight; and the-other, though an ; onynwus,. is alsojbe production of-n very! intelligent man, who; holds, an .important .position atpongst us. It is in this way that 1 the futility. 0/ "The; Border Watdh is wanifesf ed;, , $ od tye ar#>( sure-"that Dr. ?Ba^c(av».,('ibeM author; of the controverted; article,) is precisely the very, man id ac knowledge (were;, be lo^; see vthe answers) tliat/iu arguraenl as.ia;\yar,(bere is- ' . ",A stern joy wbieh;Warrior8 feel^ ? .Iii foemeo wertjiy ot ;thei...
POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 24. Before J. C. Lyons, E[?]q., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
\:; "t: POi-ICE .COURT. V: '- fivi-}?Y-h'i: V-?-1 V.\53-5 .> ?m >*i a~ r': _ -.. I*. *;T ,' ?: . . .. *: - V,: -.? i . s,M, - Arc h it a Id n n e-s p, foran-assault' ou >. Serjmitt"Young was fiiiecf 'intbe 8iira of £ 10. and W. HeJly, v wfc»;e ejbarged 'by John, Aljeu for creating a ""'dwi^ruance^fti'.his dcpr on the night ; of :. r--Wtmtpduy'tvrtt)i. , t 4 ~ ; .fUbe ^particulars1 of (lie case appeared andii^gsi oar local ' intelligence in^last week's H issue. TJ)bre w;ab anotber defendant, .of the, nemeof.Boxer, charged in the infor r matiori^ bu iasied id.not appear, tb? case in 1)is 'instance, watinot*ipsessed.. . John Allen fwas';the-principal witness* He deposed to the' facts of jibe defendant's coniifojg Hnd';16lKlly "knocking at,tfieddur;cf bft-BoWd^iiB £od^ ' quarter" pad &lt;>ne oil Thursday- morning. ,Hje got out of; j»ed;to.see who it was*/andj 'saw one of the defendants at; bis flag-staff, 1 and engaged.-iri:.pulling down hisflag. A L jacuffle ensued ...
GUICHEN BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
GUICHEN BAY. Rifle Match on Wednesday, 26th ult. The Kobe Volunteer Riflemen assembled at the butt to compete for three. prizes offered to be slibt for at three . distances, yiz», 100, ,200 and 300 yards, five ; ronnds at. each distance. The first priie,%a^ breech»loading .. 'Terry R'fle, lo' be. awarded to the volun-. teer.making the highest score. Second prize* £5 or.^a revolyer^to . one making the B^bn^jbe^ .scoif^. ^.Tnef winner of the Second jprize to have the choice^"and £5 or the revolver to the. member making; the- third best score The KiflejfTerry) was valued ai'jKll, an J the'* Revolver £8.,' The day throughout was anything, but; favourable, a Strong breeze blowing 001088,the? range of fire Irom vhe N.W.^so that it wasvwith the greatest of difficulty the Riflemen 'could /or a second steady their rifle, and then with5 no certainty* ..23"-'Volunteers competed, Alexander Grace " kindly acted as referee. The following'will show the Scores made by each member:-/-;. ' 100 200 ' ...
MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
; MOSQUITO PLAINS. ! . (Frotn ourown corresuondent) V £Th& following arrived loo late for publica-; tion inlast week's isa'up. It is not, hoover, outofdate altogether;] - ' '* r'u . Vlucessant rain,pen£irating, constant and' cold, bringing mud to;our roads and cough to; ourcohatiiutionjig the great fact hereabouts, Tbat oor' feelia'gs are affected.by the weaiherj re an old1 rfetnark of Rousseau's/and present circumstances endorse1 the great'Frenchman's . theoTy. j the. wet attcosphere seems' tb damp our energy, acting upon our mental system as rain does upon red loam. 'lhere ia' a rumour in this quarter, that; at magistrate,1 resident not farfroniherej'has been taking toll upon one of the roads on hie run., I should, he. sorry; to-8a^ more, because it is, sis yet, merely a rumour j so acting upon your" published, -intentions,, I refrain from anything that Alight appear personal, but if ' upon more exact,information 1 can proceed, yon' may depend.' fcpon receiving an accurate...
COMPETITION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
V: '"'COMPETITION, y . ? - _ ^ To the Editor of the Border WaicK. ; :Sir^~A trSubBcriber'-' expreasps aa opinion, that it is wot rtgHl l9 thromt open to the public an/ opportunity - hi- tendering for the erection jtf :the Wes'eya^., Chapel, -Mwunt Garobier; that in fact the trustees should not permit of corapetvion ivith local tradesmen. - This in vol vesa principle: and the absurdity Of jsu^h a proposilion will oiamfest i(sel^to ^Sub scriber '' I think, if he reflect* for a moraant on ;ibfi reau't* wjuclt would follow 'the'-applied.* \ tioaof the same principle; to^hiaowri business affairs. H ivt would he like Messrs. Crouch* Fidle^, jl^ce,~a^djMx'chell, to prevent him getting 'anything from a distance-make him come to their stores, for every yung,he wanted", aad pay just thfir own prices-simply in order to keep the .money in the town, and support tradesmen living on the Mount ? Does he nofseetbat it is because the healthy princip|# competition from a. |tt.^(ee hats beeir^iyf tradu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
AGBHT VoA THE " BokiiEiv WATCH " ' Pendlaj- MrviJ. Simps'tm. .Ourcorrespondent " Justice," .who gom* _ plainsJof-ihe -^regularity of attendance atour Court' Hou.«e, and the iJpSj* ofctimB vthereby entailed, uuiatyerify, his ^jatjsment by -reference to;gp^fi6"efdctVahd cTaies, and authenticate it j3- We have received several. responses on the subject of our BUSIVEBS DIRECTORY ; but we wish for a more generfil expression of, the -.wishes ofrotircoristitrienis'beforeundertaking - 2 It isamatter^df.-'fctr more interest t6 the general j^2ic4hart-rtjthfsigiJ. may'appear^ at we cffatemplate \% Business: Supplement rfor per manent preservation as' well Qs deviation,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
IMPOUNDED-by5 E^lteaYe; Ewj^dirldth -JL JuiyvlSdl^BroWnMar^star^-tlB near shoulder j.cheabut mate, AS .'nearrihouldtir ; bay coltj ' wbjta. fag?,, off hind !eg;wbite>no " ?isitye brand; bay; raare,. white [ fgip,. wjrita, hind foot, collar parked, blotched hraqd* near. and off ahoulders ; black filly,*. biotcfe' brand >r : riUiUa a &lt;5 ;l »ii« . .' >.:!»H near aboulderjhay filly. silTer ^aii^^ap- jB jaear shoulder ;bay mare, white face, idcto* cribable ;brand near .shoulder,- foal at, foot Impounded by N, B!ackt .E«j, .fame; ditfr^'s Rbao'co^, WO off rump W near^g^ijjEb . near-loin; strawberry bollock, 3orL ftST^ ,/ rump; red and white1 bollock 8 'near rjfrqfyliftv. yt. off , ribs ; brown, cow, same bnodfi bullock, ired ears, like otfo^near, ,r*bi white fcow, no orand; red and «h((a'pPl^ . , like Wiiear ribs. If nbt rele^i^vWill^ewid / on the 30th July,' JAMES STEf ' keeper*.''' . ' : iv '. . i)*} ??" - --?"-=====1 Printed5 and published t>y .the' PW$ri,etdri |...
TEMPERANCE & INTEMPERANCE To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
TEMPERANCE & INTEMPERANCE ,';.j Tq ihs Editor of ike Border Watch. .' :5 -Sir-In your: issue of 19'h insV.V you pub lish an- article bearing the heading of " Teni-» perance and Intemperances'-' To the itate ments it con atns you have fust committed yourself by.the ra her unuauajrcourse of with-, holding the name 'of the authority from whencc thearticle^wa| o&taiqed,: and iheo..!, ; hare chal 1 en£ed theTeeptalleia (ocontrovert . the assertions the ? -; Yoa-smte. Sirj you pbysi« * ciaiij; DivBarclay,of!Le»&lt;jesjle^['tor- almost, sensible pamphlet !l'V I""hb|»Vyou;haye wilf; weighed the merits of the production before ', pronouncing your judgment. Y^u are of opi nio»,.backedby the advice of Dr. Barclay. Oat:-- / 1-Th^t-se of stimulants is most important to the human economy. . 2--That to ,save a nyin from; living etc in&lt;§re ve« . :; gcjablfjife-li Ke> tnq^t. have;«recourseto ""'i ts'imulai'tsi- "j ' vi ,v ? \ >. ;j; 3~Tliat it! isjSeVter to r...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
- TO COHH E S PO N DE N TS. , It is^dfsirable th£t communications should be short and pithy; lengthy article!: do not ' /suil)pur/gp?ce|; iriatiers bf iocal in^erest a>e mostacceptable.' , ; ; No^noiice can be taken of anonymous com** jBunications. - .' ATI articles sent forv insertion, most be ' authejnicati'dbythp name and addres* of the ?writer-not aS a' " sine qua non " publica- . (ion, but asn guarantee of-good-faith?v -i'' Ctorrespordertt* ar£" particularly >6quested - to* write on one si&lt;ie of the paper only. *
NOTICE TO MARINERS. Treasury, Adelaide, May 30, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
NOTICE TO:WJFOFR^AM?Y . ? 1 ' *j. -1 ' ? mtmmmidkmmm-mmmmL'" ' "» f* - ? ~ Treasury, Adelaidie. Mar ^/lfeOl, The following Notice to ing MacDonnell Bay, Cape Nortli^oiberland, is published for general information;'-^ A y,' T. REYNOLDS, Treaaaref.. Referring 4o the sailing directions' Oofr the above anchorage, : dated Iihi 0thFebriaary, i860, published, by . the- late: $rii»Jty/^|*frdf Master* of vessels freqaeniijug.^&cl>oaa0ll Bay., are againcaationed egninii remaining at anchor after the Blufrand White ffeather Fiagf ha?.been dispUyed'from ih»-l}ighthoujie Flag-* staff, the bottom of the^l^^j^fng^bf «o' rocky a naiure that the beaVi«tdeseri prion of anchors in bad weather n&oot rll^ d^eoded upon, ' * , ' ' - :'x When the Head Kee^er df ihi MicDofaneU Lighthouse deems the Bay1 to bextnsafe, a Blue : Flag will be: hoisted at - the Ij;(ajgstafi near theLighthouse,. to vwata'&lt;v^el«ifrotn entering the harbor.Thes»a#£*f signal jvill be hoisted on the moorin...
To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
__ To the Editor of ike Border Wahih Sir,-lam both amuaed and sttrpmed at the remarks of yourcorresponderit " Sub scriber" iq yndrlast issue J' 8incj> pj^stdinir hi# letter Ibaive conversed' with one or two of the trustees and ha*eaeeQtheplan«ofthe'pr5posed chapel,and a&lt;nglad -iq fii^it.U;to ^ a large and» haad«o(na builditi^ *e^' BUfSeiror to. any other in the district. The Trustees seercv very anxious to do lb?.. heat they-ea»-mth-theTnoney at tlieir d»9posal for the public bsnefit, and it would bea great pity-ifanyil&berttf j&Hcyof the [*' penny ' wige and. ponnd -foolish" sort should be allowed to interfere with their public spirited enterprise, 7 ' .. . . - * ?« ' - .^B^CRIBER. . ^ ' ?" ° «»..?'-* ?" '
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 26 July 1861
PUBLIC MEETING. ' - % - ... . >. . - - -'» IF T * ' V F ; I 2 A public meeting was ,held in (be Na» . uonal, School' Ropnv Mount Gabbler, according to advertisement,; on- Monday eveiiinglait, tbe 22od instant;The object of tbe meet ing, which was presided1 o?erbjjr the Sheldon,'' was'.'to tfkiaiQitiaf tive proceedings for'the en^iionojf atu^» table pjaceol worelupfor i^e members. of the Church of England residing on Mount 'Gambler^; ^ ' v / .. "The fW, Mr. Sheldon stated tljata sum ot £;190 had; betjtr wards'ihr^bjpct/ for the meeting jjad beentc'alled, Heffuggested that a .formal application should ;now;be made tcfcT the IJord 'Biihdp. ^soHcititiijj^B promised grant in aid; an$ ^bi« JUorii ship would .;fur pish the neceosary architec tural plaiisand specifications, so that the erection . of, the ; sacred edifice might be commenced. He suggested that the mee!«». : ing should take iuto consideration tbe desi* rabiliiy of forming aCpmmitteeof^Man^ agement. > Mr. Burcham wasin&am...