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THE QUEENIS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

THE. QUEENiS SPEECH;! '* My LORDS Asp GENTLEMEN "it is with great satisfaction tliat r. meet } you again in Parlbraent, and have recourse to j our assistance and advice, V ,. ?, . ; *? My relations with foreign powers continue to be .friendly and satisfactory and I trust that the moderation of the. powers of f^urope Twill- prevent ary interruption of the general 'peace. '-'Li ?-' ~ | Events of great importance are " taking place in Italy, Bel:evit,g that the Italians ought to. be left to settle their affairs, I- have nbt; thought, it- right to exercise-lany active i ri terference inthose matters. Papers on' this subject will be laid before you. " I announced to you, at the,close of the last 6esssion pfPailiament, that the atrocities which had recently ' been, com in Syria ^ad induced metoconcuY with the Emperor of .Austria, the Emperor of the French, the Prince Regent of Prussia^ and the Emperor of Russia, in entering into an engagement with the Sultan by which temporary military as...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
English News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

English News. New GUNBOAT.;- A gunboat of a per-? fectly'new form is shortly expected, in Paris; , to be 'submitted to tlie inspection of tbcf Emperor. Itis composed of iron plates of two centimetres in thickness, and .is proof against cannon" shot. lis form, is oval, and shot must glance! off, not having any fixed point to'suite. Its machinery is equally. invulnerable, being covered with a metal . case which turns round when struck* This gunboat was constructed 'at La Ciotat, near Marseilles, afidis b.eing brought to Paris by the canal of Burgundy* t TELEGRAPH .to AMERICA. -The project of an electric telegraph -to the continent of America by. the northern route is now seri ously- entertained. It has been discussed at two meetings of, the Geographical Society.' Sir L. M'Clintdck read" a paper, giving a description of his survey of the route in-Her Maj^ty's ship Bulldog. He. sounded;, the entire line from' the Faroe Islands to Iceland, thence to the south-east coast of Greenland, and...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE STORM IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

THE STORM IN ENGLAND. t / .' . . ' The " Times" of Thursday says" On Wednesday mornidg the north counties* from coast to coast appeared, in a covering of siiow. At, Liverpool, Manchester, and at West RiJihg, there was a uniform depth of five or six inches, and locomotion was yery unexpectedly and inconveniently im peded.- From Liverpool to Manchester there was very little variation in the depth of the snow, which hid fallen very evenly without dripping. The company at the grand Volunteerball in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, quitted their carriages when the street and the houses were already whitened by frost; but it is said that those who remained latest were taken by surprise, at the. change of aspect which had been effected while they were participating in the pleasures of the ball. Between Manchester and Sheffield the depth o£ snow ott the ground gradually diminished, and m some places south of Sheffield the ground was barely covered. Towards the Midland dis trict; however, th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

. ; ;; English News., . ? The "times \sayB President Buchanan's message eertainly surpasses any royal speech in ambiguity. > no <"«?«>». that inactivity is for the present toe best policy. His opinions , seem to amount to. this, that no Federal obligation whatever can. b^ enforced on any recusant state. THE PRISONERS in CHINA. --^With re* card jo; the prisoner* in China, 'it is not ^ considered. prob'able;that any liews^ctmcprn-, ing (hem would . have been :transmuted to St; Petersburg, andthe matter Will remajq in 'doubt until the. arrijal of the next mail.-' J iTfiB SALE of PoisONS.-^ln the '! Che mist wd Drugsist V ior July, published in 1 London ,may be found the following extract from ijie AUqa 3 our nal": A common looking person - went, into an apothecary s shop, and^asked for a pennyworth of acid.. To, the enquiry vybat kind of acid lie meant, he.implied; Oh, just coipmon; acid for drinks ; prooshic acid, I suppose,ye 'ca t. On being asked if tartario^cid- wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

NYMPHSVALE NURSERY, MOUNT -GAMBLE! R. GEORGE SHELTON has for Sale a.choice collection of very fine Fruit "jTrees, at reasonable prices, consisting of-Apple, Pear, Plum, Peach, Nectarine, Cherry,' &c., &c. Varieties of Standard and Dwarf Rises, Gooseberries, Currants, Rhubarb, Garden, Seeds, &c., &c. v N.B.--AH orders punctually attended to. MT; GAM BIER BOARD AND LODGING HOUSE, OOD Accommodation £l per week j or J Is. 6d. permal. Skittles auB Quoits on the Pietnises. Fruit and Gingeibeer. , JOHN ALLEN/ Address-Next door to Catholic Cathedral* Geiieral Business. VICTORIA HOTEL AND GENERAL ^ ~ MAIL COACH OFFICE, (Corner ofGray and Thomson-streets,) HAMILTON. ^ ; .V^ILLIAM MALCOLM, begs resprct "fully to thank ftis friends and custo~ niers for the support hitliarto given given to this commodious Family Hotel. : This Hous* still continues to serve out ih'e .v best of Wines, Beers and Spirits ; has cxreU. lent clean Bed Rooms, substantially covered : Table...

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SHOCKING CATASTROPHE AT. HULL—THREE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

SHOCKING CATASTROPHE AT. HULL-THREE LIVES LOST. Six men, named James Judge (a boatman), George . Bragg, Edward Downing, John IJodgaon, Edward Hunt, and Robert "VS il son, all engineers, embarked in a small, boat on Sunday afternoon from4 the pier at Hull, and went dowu the Humber as far as Paul, at which place they, landed and got some drink, .?-embarking for the purpose of return ing to Hull about six o'clock. On leaving P«ul there was a very strong wind, nh4 though for some, time the men managed to man - the. boat safclv, by the tiixfe they reached nearly to the .Victorin-pier at Hull,' a distance of about half-a-milc .from the landing-pier, the wind had gained, increased force, and despite the exertions of the men, the boat was driven ashore. Judge, the maif-who was superintend-^ ing the boat, got out and waded through the - water * to the shore, followed by Bragg and Dow/jing. Uqdgson, 'Wilson, and Hunt, re mained in the boat. Though,,{hey. were fre quently* told by Judge to lea...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PORTLAND MARKETS. April 1861. Adelaide flour, best brands. £18 per ton, cash, Or 36s. per bag. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

. -rv-V7 '? y' ' ' POilTLANDJVI AHKETS. April 1861, ' Adelaide flour, best brand?, £18 per ton, cash, ' / Or 36s. per'bog. ,, " , ^ WHOLESALE, Barley'. 7s. Od. per bushe* Hay ...< MI .... i - dB4-to:x5; per ion" Oatsty, . .. .? 6s Od. to 7^ 6(1. ' ... v per bushel. Wheat " '... .. ... 6s. 6d. to7s. ditto. Bags';..-^Is. each. ? t* ' " BETAIIi." Bariey 7s. 6(K per bushel Bran :. .. :/... . . 28»..C,di. %$ . . jc -? Oats n.i-i V-Y6^td'8i. 0d ,,, Wheat-v-^l... ri7s. 6d. to 8 " Hay i«y-. .« ... 5s. to 7s.>per cwu "Potatoes >.». - i i :./;. . . 7s. 6d. to 1 Os. ,j * ATVTBB STEAM Milt, : , Flour.... 4.;!-£10 per Ion, or £2/)s. per bag Bran >i\ .. .. ">2a Od. bushel Pollard. - *«'?i ... :..2s» i6d* ^ . |m '-' I*. an. ".!' -.«.Gs« to Gs« 6d, R

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

Ijocal Inifc&li^^ THB WEATHER."-The oldest inhabitants' prognosticate a wet season, and every present; indication confirms the apparent truth of, their prophesy., The rainfall last- month was.'over six inches, and the main street* orthe township : can boast ofa chain of: lakes in many places more than two feet deep. Lake Telegraph, as' the.'bog immediately in front of the Station is facetiously called, is now nearly: one hundred. . .yards .long, ua wide as the street,; and deep enough for a boat!' ;. STEAM COMMTOICATI QN.--The steamer Ant is notv we believe, to make regular fortnightly trips between Adelaide, Guichen' Bay,*Vaiad Macdonneli Bay. : It would almost appear that our neighbours are convinced against- their will ofthe safety *of the port, and the importance of our trade. ' . WESLEIAN CHAPEI..- We hear that the " trustees intend proceeding immediately with the erection of a commodious chapel, the site .being the crown of the hill nearly opposite the. telegraph stati...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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AUSTRIA. Vienna, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

AUSTRIA, Vienna, Tuesday. The official W.einer Z.-iiun^ contuias an Imperial decree appointing ihe Archduke Rainer President of the Ministry, and Count Nadasdy President of the Council of the Empire. ' . ' Count Kechberg remains Minister of ihe Impei ial Household and Minister for Foreign Affairs.1 ' Herr. von Lasser is appointed Chief of, the Political Administration ; Herr Pratob-ra is appointed Minister of Justice*/ / . ... . . *. Cou» t "VVickenberg Minister of Commerce. , In the functions of the Minister. Baron Sch'merling ore concentrated all affairs concern ing the organisation ,of the empire and tHe national political representation; Pub}ic wor ship- and 'tnsiruction . are 'also included in Baron Schmerling'6.department, the affairs of Hungary being,"howevfir, excepted. *. "The Fauborg St. Germain was-in hjghjgjee, at/the posihumouS ttial of the" late King 'Jerome for bigamy, the prospect bf 4>astordis ing Clotilda's husband, aud the discredit of B'onapariism in general, ...

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Correspondence. DISTRICT COUNCIL. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

Correspondence. . DISTRICT COUNCIL. v . ?fTo the Editor of the Border Watch;} : ;; Sir,~I bielieve constitutional government is contidered (essential for the preservation of ihe rigU's and liberties vhieh is so dear to British people. .; ? -. V, I suppose the great advantage gained l»y c6n«tfiition'al government is, thit the peop le have a voice in the braking and administra ion of the laws by which they are. "govesti d - through their representaiives in Parliament. ^ :Now, ?ir, these gentleiiieu *»ho have becn: sent;to Parliament by the ypte^orthe peopJe rof. this coldny, have j as?ed an Act " Called the District Councils Act/* J believe'the. a«c. ' to. be a good one-a p:oof of: its bt-ing'so is, that no attempt ha_s evfr been made »o rej«i>al it, though: it has undergone* several ammdi -roents since it was: first pas-ed i The intention in the passing of ihe a'.Vwi S, . to-grant to the holders'of property in <dun'ry districts, the privilege of. mana^iug.;thel,loculvi ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

. General News. . "Loss or THE Schooner ALICE.--The V Allice," schobneif, left.Newcastle for Syd« 1 ney,' on" Tuesday afterjloon, with coal.v She was &p wed out-ttksea, the weather at, i the time bein&. - ygry ^uuaetUedreHo.rtfy ,'al te r<y$r d tsith c^wi o v^jfresli/ . from 'E.&E^ran^^pf squally. , Ca^llfcas Kenny'deemed it'prdderii to return to, port,'" and when cloai^ und.ef Nobby's,, an^ .iu .a. thick squally the vessel jLoiliihed on the racks, . /striking ^heavily. Captain Ken ay used every exertion to get her off, but pll to no 1 avail* as the vessel began to hilge,'and was I soon full"of wafer, ,tbe stapchions being. | carried away before the i&tfster atfd.crew left heri; Captai rt ? - Allen $ ^arbour-master,^ . and the pilots ' were immediately on the spot, and - rendered .valuable assistance'. ' Captaiu Allen brought ofT Jmd .master .end _ crew'of'the ill-fa'ed ve'sseK; he£ bulwarks - are gone, and she is fast^b£eakin <^...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

DEATHS.   Died at Mount Gambier, on the 19th April, Edward Massey, aged 48 years, deeply   lamented by a large circle of friends.       On the 3rd February, 1861, at Jersey, of in-       flammation of the lungs, John Beswick, aged 42 years, deeply lamented by a large cir-   cle of friends.          

Publication Title: Border Watch
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JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 May 1861

JAPAN. The landing of the American ambassadors had beed repulsed at Japan.    

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Poetry. COMING EVENTS IN ROME. (From "Egeria and other Poems," by Charles Mackay.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

I I:' COMING EVENTS IN ROME. (From tf Eperia. and other Poems," by . Charles Mackay.) . ROME Imperial. Rome majestic! Shade of greatness, vanished all-- ... Looking down th' abyss of ages To behold thy rise and fall, w e can trace upon ihy forehead, Queen and wonder of^hy day. Broadly niaiked the a»ful sentence "Pass away!' Great, but wicked-fair, but cruel * Sceptered Mischief worshipped long : Never yet did men or nations A Prosper finally in wrong. Justice did her work upon thee, : .Mightier than thine her sway, 'Twas her voice pronounced thy judgment " Pass away 1" Modem Rome I thou mitied Phoenix} Risen fiom those embers cold 5 Looking: dimly through the future/ The same shadow we behold Shadow of a power departing, Spectre of a great decay, Bearing on its front the motto- , ^ Pass away !" > Whither went the ancient Csesars, With the pomp of peace or warj / Thither go the modern Pontiffs, ., With dominion grander far. ' / . Papal sidle and rega? purple - Fall in ripeness of ...

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BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.—£600 DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

-BREACH OF. PROMISE OF MAR RIAGE.- £600 DAMAGES. A remarkable action for. broach of promise of - marriage ' occupied the attention of Mr. Secondary Potter and a .sp?cia) jury on Fri day in the Secondaries Court. The action was a >vrit of inquiry-sent-down by the superior courts to assess the amount of damages, in an action for breach, of promise. of marraige, judgment having been allowed t? go by de fault.--Mr. Hawkins said the plaintiff, was Miss Catherine Elizabeth Knights, a young ~ !?dy of between 22 and 23 ypars of age, the only daughter of an extensive farmer at Lanf* don Hill Hall, near Ockendon, in E«sex, and resided with her parents. The defendant, Mr. Samuel This'lewood, was a gentleman of inde« pendent fortune, about 30 years of age, had an incorfie of between £400 and £500 a-j ear, and lived'in the neighbourhood of Regent's - Parle. In the course of 1859 he was desirous of having some few mojiths of country life, and advertised for apartments. It appeared that Mr. Kni...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARTIFICIAL GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

ARTIFICIAL GRA SSES. The following .teller appeared in the «c Sydney Morning Herald''some long time tack, but is as valuable ar.d applicable now as vfben it first appeared - v- <Str^WHLpreference to the paper read%y His Excellency the Governor-General as to the probability ere long" of a. scarcity of aniiual food in this colony (as alluded to in your leader of the 22nd December, ! would observe thai if such a coincidence is likely to transpire, now is the time to prepare fcr such an emergency, by adopting a plan of; bome»feeding sto,ck, instead of- trusting to precarious seasons, and having to drive ihe stock two ok ibrte hundi'ed miles to market; for the fattest cattle when leaving the st'av lion must lose considerably iii weight before they reach the market, having to traverse such a distance, and often times for>days without food and water; Now, on the .banks of the^ Hawkesbtiry and Hunter Rivers there are. thousands of acre3 of the most rich land, too strong to gro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

V \ r . CATCHING A COI.D.- -* Where have you b'een !his week!' . Me ! I have Geen fishing.' 'Catch anything!' 'Ye.-, a cold.' 4 Where were you last night?' 'Ducking.' ' Got any * Yea one/ ' Where ?' ' Iu the liver., 4 HowTumbled in.' Printed and published by the Proprietor, ANDREW FREDERICK LAURIE, at the Office of the " Boider Watch," Mount Gumbier, Soutlj Australia,

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

English News. A Morder REVEALED BY . x GHOST, AT KEKDAL.-The "Kendal Mercury" relates the following strange story At the high end ofStramongaie, in Kitty Gibson's yard, -tapd some very old buildings, and in one of these, a part of which laces the street, and wa3 about a century ago, a pub lichouse, known by the sign of the Black Horse, the /ollowing strange occurrences took place a few days ago:-There is a cottage at the upper end of this yard, which is occupied by a man named Joseph AUin» son, bobbin-turner, and one of the .inmates, a young woman of «he name of Marian .'AN vilan, sister of Mrs. Allinson, who has been I bedridden and nearly blind for some time past, and an object of-sympdlhy, on account oi her sufferings,' is the. medium through w hich the strange story now in circulation has been set afloat. It appears' that on Monday night last, while some five or six men and women were sitting by the fireside downstairs, all at once they were considera* bly alarmed " by some heav...

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Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

Local Intelligence | MOUNT GAMBIER PLOUGHING MATCH. -By advertisement in another column it will be seen, that the second annual match Jn connection with this Society will take place on Wednesday, June 19th. Too LATE -Owing to the lateness of the hour (seven o'clock p.nu) at which we re ceived our correspondent's 'fetter from Penola, we are reluciantly compelled ro defer it till our next issue. - . , POSTAL.---The mail from Penola did not arrive yesterday till five o'clock. BOTTER.-- This article of common culiuary consumption is now selling in town at the moderate price Is. 4d. per lb.; 41b, loaf, lOd.

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PORTLAND MARKETS. May 3, 1861. Adelaide flour, best brands, £20 per ton, cash, Or 36s. per bag. WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 May 1861

PORTLAND MARKETS May 3, 1861," Adelaide flour, best biandsv£20 per ton, cash; Or 36s. per bag. . WHOLESALE. Ba'rley ... 7a" Od. per bushel - ,Hay. ... £4 to £5 per ton " Oats .. .. 5s Od. to 7s. 6d. perluihel. .. Wheat' ... .. : ... 6s. 6d. to 7s.ditto. -..Bags Is.-each. EETAIL, , Barley 7s. 6d. per bushel Jban .. ... .. 23."6d, " " 0ata ... .. 6s to 8s. Od ,, .Wheat - 7s, Gd. to 8 " Hay ... .. ... 5s to7>.percwt. .Potatoes 7s. 6d. to lOs.." - " AT THE STEAM MILL. Flour ... £19 per ton, or £*2 0s. per.bag Bran ' $>. '..2s Od. .bushel Pollard ... ' .. 2s. 6d, ,, Wheat.. ? ... . . ..6s. to (js. 6«i,

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