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American News. THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

American Hews. THE CIVIL. WAR IN AMERICA. Au impression prevails that the aim of General Scott, the highest military authority of the. Federal Government, was to lure Mr. Jeffreson Davis iaio an ambush. . All the movements which appedre^'ip^have the safety- of Sumter for their object were planned r with a view to blind the South to the real end soUght"to be affected. While President Davis was intent upon reducing Fort Sumter. . General Scott WAS concentrating a'l hi9 efforts upon reinforcing Fort Pickens, which commands the Mexican Gulf, and upon insuring the safely of the .capital. The.-e pirposca. are saicTtp be accomplished. . Supplies and ne cessaries of all kinds wet c poured into Fort .v Pickens during the time that' the cou'ederate . army was gathered.- around Charleston.* Thus, even in the \ our- of their ,triumf - the secessionists, were out mahdevrei|y ^ The most estroordinary feature" in this inaugural exploit' was the .absence of all serious casualties;-* AUlpitgh for 40...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

Local Intelligence. ?NOTICE xc CORRESPONDENTS,*--VOkT server." We cannot insert any aticmymous communication*. u 4smodeous" willrek ceive considera'ion-in our nest, - " . NkW ButLDlHQ3' At M ACDOX*Bl£ BAr.^Weunderstandaevaralbuildings arU. in course of erection at MatfJonneH Bay. Tenders havebeen called for by Misurii M list and Co. for an extension of their pre*; arises. A new hotel is also goingup,antfj we believe, it is the intenUonofthepr<j»>. - prietor, Mr. K. McKeozie.to apply fora license at the next annual licensing d&y$ in addition to several private buildings. * SELECT BALL.-A selectballwasheld ou Monday evening last,- according to att. nouucement, in South'® New- Assembly Room. There were about thirty couples present, notwithstanding the unfavourable slate of the weather.- The company ap* peared highlydelightedi; and enjoyedtHem selves righr heartily.'' Muck credi&is the StewardsfbrN*rfyuig*itttv lbeaftiir*& harmoniously, which was, w...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets MOUNT GAMBIER. STEAM MILLS. £ s. d [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

Markets MOUNT GAMBIER.STEAM MILLS, £ s. d Whea*, per biishel ! 0 5 Or J*ine flour^ per ton .v 16 0 0 Pollard, per busliel ,,, ;. o 16 do- per ton .. 7 0 0 Bran, Yilo; ' ".i ... 0 I 3 Oats, pcrbusliel o 5 o Clushfd.do. ; 0 6 y Barky ' ' .. ... 0 5 0 Crushed do. 06 q

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

General Business. JOB PRINTING. r^HEPi'oprietor ofthe*' Border Watch " X begsfco inform the. residents of the Dis trict of Mount Gambier, tbat be is now pre* pared' !o execute Orders for Every Description of Job Printing, comprising Posting and Hand Bills;'Billheads, Circulars, Business and W-. ViaitingCards, Ball and Concert Tickets and ^|3?iogr9i&mes. Catalogues, Pamphlets, Receipt S and 'Chequebooks, Law Forms, Isabels, &c., *' wuti neatness and'dispatch.' Mount Uambier, April 26 186JL. ! ." ,BOOT AN 3? SHOE MAKER. A REINEKEj Boot and Shoe Maker, - - t*. - begs to inform the inhabitants of Mt. . ^ Gambier, that he has now on Sale in the pre mises adjoining- Mr. John Tuite's Store,^ a Large,Assortment of Colonial and English v Bouts and Shoes, of the best description, which , x he '3 bow Selling at very Moderate Prices.. ' ,/ 'All Orders. Tor New Boots or Repairs will , - be punctually attended to. 12cm ' ?: ??' <4-- : > . " . , * " , . (- P E,N ola. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WIKJfcESALE. . ' 'FtrtUR. CJ.KAIN, &C. ' -jRtwir^ finej'pfer.'ion? cfyi 2,000 lbs., at ihePort, bags included ......£15 . 0 0 15 IS Whe^tr io town .0 6 4 6 5 C AV^'eat, at , the port,. for . . r f -I,{j00 bushel-ots,wi:h .oitbags.. 0- 6 8 0 0 Bran,: per busfcel of 20" lbs. at the Port, bags included .......... 0 1 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 y Jbs 0 V 4 .0. 1 Hay, per too 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, pressed, at thcPort, ' 5 per ton w' 4 5 0 50 i . Oaitsi Cape, * per bu'sliel > of 40Nlbs., without bags 0 3. 0 0 3 Dp.,fine white, per bu-, ' sheloMOlbs.,without . bags ............... o 4 3 0 4 9 Barley, Cape, perbushel - of SOibs., without bgs.. 0 4 0 0 5 0 Barley,' English/ - - per bushel of 50 lbs, without bags 0 0 0 0 10 0 Mait. per bushel7 0 0 8 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

VIGTORIA STEAM MILLS. " Fine Flour, "per Jon .. . . .. i'16 0 0 'Bran, pet;bu*hel \ 0 vV: ® Pollard,' ' Tdo, ' . .. ' 0 1 9 do, by halt ton lot per busliel. 0 16 Ottti -doj ... 0, 5 0 Barley' do. ». ..066 Charges lor cru&hing. Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

General News. COMMERCIAL N EWS FROM TASMANIA. The Examiner reportsDuringtbe week business has been brisk, notwithstanding the dirty weather, and large quantities of grain and flour have been shipped. Wheat is firm at 6s. 3d. to 6s. 6d.' Flour, £15 to £l6. - Oats have slightly risen, 3s 8d. to 3s.l0d. being obtainable, according to sample. Pu atoes are still scarce, and .several lots have been disposed of for £4 10s., bags in. Hay, £4. Tares, 7s. to 8s. ,Kye grass* seeds, 3s. A NEW RACE OF MEN IN SOOTH AMEBIC A.-Professor Newberry, in his paper, read before the American Scientific Association at Newport, R.I, gave a vivid description of the geographical features of the great plateaux sweeping east and west from the Rocky mountains. He incidently gave a most intsie^ting description of that strange people the Moqtii, whose cities we have hei n in New'Mexico, and but a small remnutit of whom now exist.* Tliey be* long to a hitherto un kuonn race. Professor Newberry thinks they may be th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOSQUTTO PLAINS. From our own cor[?]espondent. August 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

SsSS^«£ifc*a.'J asMUr &'? oar own corespondent. AuEUfit5, 1861* ^?*"®ke*i^r;froinT< the . Plaiojrtbis week is n^&er'of'a* veiy.^e*ciiingin6r important -iiiStii'f ^NeVertfaeieos to misquote au oft "<|aote<i Utifc, " little things seem great to IiUl&. towns*'BO «e;proceed to lay before ihe leader sofUhe "jWsicIt ** the mpmorabila of the JaDt>igbt ^a>8^. Tbia - night week there r was a raffii^for, figureh oreGs ana a dog cart, ;af-lh«!V>5^8hBtanV-Arin8f" which lor the ;tifat ftehig: excited the lively interest of a^oaV two score cf our speculative inhabit The-various prizes-four in num« ber^lfellto the ibree highest and the lowest throwers of tbe dice. A ? grand display of fireworks was adv^Vtired for same woingj. and 10/- collected for . the. purpose, but be f^cird - afew rocketa the .display was any ?ihlDjff'butgrarid. A dance wound up the ' ^eftyig'srentertainmeuts. On:tfce dflj> following ibere was a shoot, 'fife ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH, 1861. ISRAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

Published every Friday morning. ISRAEL. Aft Tribes of the wandering foot and weaiy . breast, - When will ye fly away and be attest."-Byron- . It'would appear that the civilized world is about to witness an event of astounding signi .fic&nce.. One of the next great acts of the political; drama now being played out in the" ancient regions of the earth will probably 'be the restoration of the Jews to Palestine^ i The plot will be sudden in its development, | and will take the majority of mankind by sur prise, but itwillnct rise as an unexpected wonder "before^ the gaze of those whovhave been watching the course of events in the . East for the last twenty years. The continued ; defcay of Hhe Turkish Empire-the drying up, of the Euphratean.flood, in spite of the recent gigantic attempt* of the Western. Powers to prevent it; and notwithstanding the portentous - revival of Mussulman fanaticism,- is preparing, the^tum of'theKings of the East "to the inhmtance of their fathers. The c...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND, THE GREAT BUNANGA AT NGARUAWAHI. From the Sydney Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

. rj ? NIjjW ZEALAND, ; . i. .. .V -. V . ? .' ? 5 THS GREAT BUNAN6A AT KGARUAWAHl. : From the Sydney Herald. _ By H;M.S. Fawn we have the New. Zea« | Irnder of ihe.lOih uUM from which we quote underneaih^the . esuit of the deliberations of the. Waikatoa > and 'he Ut'er ofW'^'am Thompson to the Governor. That journal says:- . ? On Monday, the 6ih, thp great body of the King natives rebched Ngaruawahi, the appointed place of meeting. The . tomb of Potatau was visited by them; they also made a visit to the jalate of the yonng King M|itu'seia,who, it is «ajd, is suffering "indi& poaiiion. ; A few ceremonial speeches of wel w nae were del vend, and thtn the fiist distri bution of food, was' made to the stiahgeis. On'thc tam6 daj. our lojal frkflc', William Kajlor Te Awataia, armed, and was gra de osly - received and wtlcimedby Wiilit>m Thorrnpcm On Tuesday there was.a taogi for":/,We,tini, who fill at Mahoetahi. Some /ew ?pi ech<g, we understand, of an .uuimpoj-...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, August 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

LOCAL COURT.' . .. .. _Y \ Tuesday, August 6ib. - . , . Present?T. P. Scoit, Esq;, J»P. in the chair; H. Wells, T. Wells, and T.: Glenn Eiqtsi, J.P.'s. ^ PoLIOH. ' ?.-it.' M The Police v. IL Noble.'. This was an information 'charging. Ibe, .defendant with having the1 cuter' doors o! his licensed premises open on the night of the" 31it ultimo. Defendant pleaded gtiiity, but explained jo extenuation *of the offence that he- had a valuable horse in a dangerous state'all night iu his stables, and tjtyr.- himself jwd his servants hflid to be up all nightand oc casionally pass in and out of the House/ The Bench in consideration of ^ the planatioo given by Mr.* Noble inflicted the lowest penalty allowed by"the Act' ;viz<, |wo pounds*

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOL[?]. August 7th 1861. (From our own corresponent.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

PESom.. Aligns!S&b, J801«- " (From our own coweauondentiV ~>J There has beett a marked iQ)profeoM in the wathcr this last weefc; aadihe ., grutiad is fapidly drying np again. . ^|" An accident ih tt might have been atteftd edwhhaerious consequences took placeun . Thursday, August 1st; Tbfe . Rev- Mr?'' Sheldon" was driving bis buggy near the Court House, when, in cotnequeuce of the -;§ ho-ae suddenly swerving on one aide, the vehicle caught against a stump and ptecg*. p'toted the rev. gentleman, hisssryantaqi] child to the ground; fortunately - ft severe fright was ihe only effect. , The t Cricket Committee held - Kieir ? ' monihly.raeetiu* attheRoyal Oak H>tel<» ^ . Tuesday wenini. The meeting «iuii; ^.0 raerously ^ttended, ami the affair*. «f<tfeeY'. ; Club seem in a prosperous condition* >v ? There is some talk.; of" trying .to. pretttilf - upon Por(land to send ao eleven uputo play; j* a match during the ensuing sea*o0»i.~« * £ fc," ..* . -...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

AGSBKTFOB THE <* BORD^ER ;WATCH" - Penota;'MR. H. SIMPSOM "

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable that communications should besliortand,pithyi ^lengthy articles do not fjbit oar »py2ce;: matters of local interest are mos taccept»ble«_ ; . No notice can be taken of anonymous com nj«Kica,iioios.- ' - vAll articles sent for insertion must l>e .authentica^ dby the najne and addres« of the ymiterr-tiyrit as.a ff-sine, qua,non - fi.r pnbhca . lion^butasa guarantee ofgood.faith,... Correspondents are particularly requested to write on1 one side of the paper oiiiy.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CIVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

CIVIL.       Bgnch. * . Coleman v. Thompson       This was an action to recover an over Bill for £30 and interest l/-9s 1d, the   extra amount was abated io bring it within the jurisdiction of the Court. No defence. Jodgement for plainuff 30/and-costBs M. and D. McKinnon v. Neil McKinnon.   An action for £6 13s. 1d. for cash ad- vanced and goods sold and delivered. How the Bench contrived to wade through the   intricacies of the defective accounts produced, is quite astonishing, as tbey were a perfect chaos to every one else. It was eventually settled that the cash advanced be struck out, as not being given to the defendant himself, and judgment was given for plaintiff in the reduced amount of 4/ 3s. 1d, and costs.   Fortnight allowed for payment. Bowden v. Rankin. An action for, 7/ 10s. 6d., sued for as ??? for J. Matthews. Defendant paid ?? 6d into cour...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

MARRIED.       At Mount Gambier, on the 7th inst., by   the Rev. Mr. Don, Thomas, son of Mr. Matthew Slaughter, Strathalbyn, to Janet, daughter of the late Mr. Andrew Pentland,   Bechycuick, Edinburgh.   DIED.   Suddenly, on the 3rd inst., at Adelaide,   Mr. Walter Johnston, youngest brother of Mr. John Johnston, Mount Gambier.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MACDONNELL BAY TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

MACDONNELL BAY TRAMWAY. , In the Assembly Mr,t^CJrundy at>k«rd (lie' Honourable tie Comnmfcioiier of Public Works (Mr. May 1. hat is the incline of the tramway at MacdonneU Bay «* : . 2. Whether the rails-and tiocka are not old and much worc-so much so, as to ren der it ntcessary to use manual force to pro» pel the trucks along the tails ? - 3^ Wi'ether woikmeu were not to engaged .Jn jjrpiielling the truck which caused,vthe &Atb-of the late Inspector Kt-id j^aud* lie . ilitr .U is not ff matter of easy accomplish* imeiit to stop the tiutks when iu motion ? -'and . v i 1 4. Whether. the Government intend to institutegaii official enquiry in othe circum 8 la nee? ,co nnec le d with the death of Mr. ' \Reid ?" s: .The Commissioner of Public Woiks re* I'iplied as follows:-" 1. 1 in 180 for 260 f feeti level for 280 feet. ; 2. The rails and Ljvaggons aie uevv. I do not thiuk manual v jfprce is necessary on the incline, although it flight be on the lere'. 3. I do not know ^whe...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

OUR PROSPECTS. . We have ^reat jifeasure in; publisLiVi.* the - following communication from ouresteemed member, G. Hawker, E5^;-*";-purVread*'r3 wid perceive that Mr. Hawkcrj though his position as Speaker of , the house makes him s .silent member.-has not been unmind- 1 ful of our wttuts, and .that «e h»veat , length the prospect, through his influential exertions, of having some of our grievances redressed. The District, however, will re gard the sums placed on the estimates only as the prt cursors of others; and we trust . Mr. Hawker will give the Government no rest until we have a half-yearly Circuit Court. This we have always regarded'as our chief desideratum, and steam communis cation Between Adelaide and Macdonnell Bay has; now deprived the Government of [ the plea of expense. ? To the Editor of , the. Border Watch. " I am glad to inform you that I havfe succeeded in getting a motion carried for ihe establishment, of a biweekly mail to Ml. Gambier and (he district generally,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 9 August 1861

PfcNOLA. TENDERS. TENDERS^ TENDERS .arecalledibr the Erection of STONE : STABLING at the Royal Oak lonj Pfnola. Plans and sprcifiraiiuiis ran be seen by Applying tothe Undersigned. Tenders to be forwarded ta the Undersigned, on or bifore the lgt of Sei»»ember next. 16 1 ALEX. CAMEUON. ?|i O LET OR F O II 8 ALE, oa -*. Long Cred.t- ' HUNDRED 'M AC DON N ELL." Sections-138, 139, 140, 218, 210, 223, 235»> 536, 237, 243, 244, 255, 256, 267,* 258, 259, 260, 260, 261, 265, 270, 336, 378, 379; 389. PORT MACDONNELL. '. Lota-1, 6. 24, 25, 27, 29, 3 V, 38, 61,62, 103, lt)7. , Apply to v : v P. D. PRANKARD, ... Adelaide:.. Or W. A. CROUCH, ; 16-19 Mt. Gambier. ; G BEEN & W A D H A M. LAND AGENTS, ? AND ' LAND AUCTIONEERS. HOUSES, STORES, - LANDS, SEC* TIONS, &c., LET OR LEASE#. EXCHANGE LAND MART, And Land Offices, K'.ng William Street, *?' ' ' * ' - + ' »' *. w /. ' GOVERNMENT SECTIONS P.nrchiued in accordance with the instructions' . of! patties.absent from Adelaide*,, GOV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 16 August 1861

rg>HE " BORDER WATCH" is publish A eveiy Friday morning at. lO;o*8tbc&« , SUBSCBIPTION ; For the quarter, paid in advance .. £0 8 <j _ TERMS OF ADVERTISING:- _ First 8 lines br inch of space . . £0 8 0/ Every additional line .... ,..0 0 Jfc? Advertisements under 8 line?, , 0 3 tf Discount on advertisements ordered ' for 3 months .. ' - ... 25 per cent Ditto for six mrnths.. 60 percent. Shipping advertisements, each 0 4 Q. Advertisements for Business Dif*c . lory .-per annum .. « V:P Q Advertisements inserted over the ,; j . leader are charged- V, First 5 lines .. .. 0, 6 - Ck Each additional line .. . . 0 1--*0" . It is requested that advertisements, to secure their insertion, be sent in as early as possible, and at the latest not later than. 5 o'clock on Thursday evenings Orders for »hp alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing, and sent in not later than 2 o'clock on the Wednesday pteceding the day of publication. Advertisements must J>...

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