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MOUNT GAMBIER RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
MOUNT .GAMBIER RI^LB CLUB. . The. Aral Prize Match of the above Cliib took place on Monday last, August 26th, the prize being an eight guinea rifle. The time appointed for the commencement ofp operations was 10 a.m.; but up to 12 uoon only a few members «ere in "attendance, when; the members pi esent decided or) com mencing. Ttie first shuts were at 100 yards, after which 200 yards, and lastly 300 yard", five" rounds at each cistance. We give below the result of .tSe" match. We fud hoped for a far better .attendance both of members and visitors, but the weather being du'>l and likely to rain, no doubt prevented many of the .-f.-Jr-se* from honouring the meeting ~»iih their presence, as silks and satins will not withstand the force of M«'unt Gambier rains'* But Willi" regard to th* members of the;?iilub, surely they ate.not afraid of the chalice of a little rain. The following ia the result of the shooting. 100 yds;." 200y. 300y.Total Ernest Kruil ...01102 IU021 00002-10 H. Heinem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
'g HE ,4 BORDER W&TCH'^itjii&btacd 1 every Friday morning.at 10 0*:locV. Sobsceiption :-."'.v-' For tlie quarter, paid in adfance .. £d-^ 0 ^.Tbrms CF First 8 lines or inch of space .. \£oV^E; 0 Every additional line .. . . oj o\ 2 Advertisements under 8 line*, :, .. o" 3' 0 Discount on advertisements ordered V: for 3 months .. ... 2d per cent. Ditto for six mir nths... . . 50 per'cent. Shipping advertiseraents, each ..* 0' 4-iX: Advertisements for Business Direc tory, per ainnum .. . 1;. '.0, Q Advertisements inserted over the leader are charged First 5 lines .. .. . 0 6 0 Each additional line .. .. 0 1* 0 It is requeued that advertisements, to «ecura their insertion, be sent in,as early as'possible, and at the latest uot later than 5 o'clock on Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration or wit hdrawal of advertiseimnts must be in #?iting,v and sent in riot later than 2 o'clock *3t» tha Wednesday pit-ceding the day orpiihlicdjldn. ; Adverti-ements must .be.dcwmpaMi...
KAPUNDA. (From our own Correspondent.) August 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
KAPUNDA: :i (From our ov?q Correspondent.) August 15ihi ine annnal ploughing match of tlie KaputidiirMricditural Society was held on Wednesday last. There were I O eutries for : ploughiug.. : 0 . - : . , Mr,/Ford, owner, Foster ploughman, won' first-prize. * 7" Mr. Snod^raas, owner tif plough, 2nd d». MrV W. May", owner (if plough, 3rd 'Jo. | Boys' class, /our Entries. Mr. Snodgraas, owuer. Master Snodgrass, ploughman, first prize. . There weie seven entires, seven entries. Mr. J; H. Angas'alBlack Dougluss^st prize. ; Mr^Y. Giliows* Speesd the Plough, 2nd'do; i ; Mr j. Ford's l&)ung England. 3rd do. I - After the match was over, a capital diuner was partaken of, prepared by h>iat Movie. The volunteers were inspected by Colonel Blyth the same day, who expressed his .graufication at tSe efficiency readied by our volunteers. At the same time he enrolled .51 nierahers, a new company to be called .th'e^K .piiada Mine'Voluiitrers, , - The Relief Expedition for B irke are here i...
THE RIOTS AT WOODEND. (From the Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
* THE KIOTS AT'WWMl) the Age; j w nen our informant arrivedat WoeJend on his return to .Melbourne/a uurcber of men as sembled.orfihe pi a i for ID, evidently anticipating : 30movent of great interest/. The up-irain for ^Melbourne brought a number* df police fully '&rmed, who were,at-once drawn up on the plat* ' form prepared for active serjrige, Information « having been previuusiy recei>£c) of the march ot a body of men 800 sitoug d&lt;i*n the line to coerce those itill at work aud them to desist. Before the. d^partOre^of the train for Melbt a'rne tlieentire^ody of tifen were seen coming;.down the line wiih flagsrand banner^ flying,'andt.when\wfthin "600fyarfls of the U platform the train topk.vit&> departure,'. leaving .the result of the collision between tho rioters and the police.unVno'wn. The j>roceedingj of ' the.rioters previously is a. matter of conjecture biit report attributes io them the destruction "of''railway trucks and other proper...
DR. GUTHRIE ON THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
DR. GMTHftia ON TUB AMEUICiN; .> W at *.: ?-" : From the- -' Brechin Review " of May 17. In i lie course of a speech delivered, in JVi. holson - street Church, .Edinburgh, :&lt;m. Thursday se'nnighr, at which D.. Cheev?r was bresent, the Rev. Dr. Guth'ie said : 1 am old enough to remember of the Frencb war, ami I femember of- the news o' . Waterloo. ?-1 remember hour pur ciies were iilu-i-iuated for the; victory obtained there; end the first year I was at college in Edinburgh I saw the'4*2nd-a smalland broken bind - come in bearing the- wounds of the fi^ht on their bodje3, in a great ovation they .had in this city. Since then Great Briiain aufur tunately has* been engaged in wars: and I amnot here, to .defend Lhtm or approve of them. We bombarded Algiers; we helpt'.l to destroy (he Turkish fleet, we fought battles in Iudia^ iu Burmah. itt the Games and iu China, We had a s-;rug,fle wi.h the A ueri cans; but a very different struggle this wi I prove to ttV.' _ Tbis is a st...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable th'at'communications should be short and pithy£ . lengthy articles do.not suit cur 'spscef^i^&tters of local interest are ino$ I acccp'ab'p^ No notice cap be takin of anonymous com munications. Ail articles sent for insertion musv be authenticated by the Oflnie and addres« of (he writer-npt as a "sine qua non " f. r publica? tionj but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspot dentfx;are particularly requested to write on one side of the pager only.
LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
( LATER AMERICAN.NEWS. We extract the following from ihe San j.Francisco Herald of May 27: - p* St. Louis, May 17 -Tiie Secretary of Treasury had issued « circular,"to.CoI lectors and Surveyors of Porla.nio declare tlie circular recently a-'dressed to those iu the Northseast and North»west, prohibiting certain supplies to the South. ° It is ascertained that the whole number of troops in VirgiDia does, not exceed 30,p00-one-fifth-being at Richmond. , I he ultiucate destination of the forces at Washington is not known. ??? ? . President Lincoln and suite took a toe of inspection down the Potomac ou^he ; ]3th instant. y l^ou3aod men we at Washington. , S : General Butler, op the^l2th inst. ex tended his out-posts. Colonel Jones' ''camp at ihe Relay House ja 'to b^ extended ten miles toward Harper's Ferry. They will act iqjconjunction'With tlfe (orcea,at Cham* bersbtiVg against Harper's, Ferry ; the out. posts to cut off 'the flying* rebels from Baltimore* > The navy department expec...
GREAT FIRE LONDON. (From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
GREArT FIREvlNLONDON; (From the Homc J&ws.) ; pu tlie evening ofSaiunldvr June 22, lite metropolis * was visited; by the must terrific conflagration that.hns occtrrrei-in this cmni* .try since the Great Fire of London. Some idea'of tlie greatness of the catastrophe may be couveyed bythe simple siafemrnt that ? the destruction o/ property., is .'estimated at the stupendous sum of two and a-half or three millions sterling. . , The scene of the.fire was ootbe watorside portion of Tooley'Street, nearest London* bridge,' alocahty which has been sin^uhtly unfortunate during'the last 25-years, «&lt;»me of the largest fires having occurred (here. The ontbrt-ak took place in. the extensive r«ta>e of premises knuvit as ; Cotton's wharif and the hooded warehouses belonging fa Messrs; Scovell. They had an extemive river frontage, and the whole spice on tt)b land s:de extending; t». Tojjey street was covered with eitfht or nine Warehoused six siori-jf iti height, formerly used...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE. WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
SOOTH AUSTR^F^AN PRODUCE. : , WHOLESALE. FLOUR, - GSAIN» &C. ' Flour, fine, per ton of 2,000 lbs., at the Port, - bags included\vv«y. &lt;£13 0 0 13 5 Wheat, iu town r ^ 5 - 3 5. ;5 ' Wheat, at the port, for .. 1,000 bushel ofs^ith .? out bags,. 0 5 6 0 5 Bran, pcr~husWel^£-20 lbs. at the Por.f,.'6ags included 0 1 0 0 0 Pollard, per.busitel&lt;uf-20 lbs .0 13 0 Hay, per »on .Viin - 2 10 3 0
Correspondence. REPRESENTATION. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
; REPRESENTATION. To Use Editor of the Border Watch. buy^In the late issues of your paper I ; havp seen the attention of-the public called J to' the election of a future representative for. / this district. Reing a member of the defeated candidate's, committee in the late election j ;aud knowing that the financial affairs of that comniiUee hus never been settled, I am de- ? cidedly of opinion that there is gross negli gence on the part of those gentlemen ap pointed to du so, and also of opinion that it jwill influence the conduct of el tc tors at na'y fuMire election would beg to remind j those t'entlemen, (through your paper with your kind permission,) whoever they be, that the sooner that. affair is settled ihe i more creditable it will be for those con cerned. ELECTUR.
THE BRODER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30TH. 1861. THE AMERICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
THE Published every Friday moming. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30TH. 186K * ~ THE AMERICAN WAR. vWxs refer our reade: s to the eloquent speech of -Dr. Guthrie, of Edinburgh, gi ven ;'in another column, touching the American qugrrel. It is instructive to notice the almost entire unanimity of opinion pervading the press and the platfor^, of, Great Britain on this subject^ and the con-' currence of all classes of the people in the atti tude of neutrality assumed by the British Government It is indeed impossible ior .any -unprejudiced on-looker. to wish - success to either of the belligerant'.parties ^'America, whether he takes into account the merits or rather demerits of the dispute, or the savage animosity with which hostilities yare likely to * be conducted. It is now evident that the only ground on which our sympathies could have;-" ' been enlisted on theside of the North, ^cjes not : e:rist-~that opposition to slavey forma wpart of the motives which are precipitating the legions of the Free.; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 30 August 1861
.I,' ?G^^'^asiness., . :i- ; r;.r.V|/> ; v£i ' r r;| H^ :Pr6prit'tur .of the ;&lt;> Border Watch " of theDia, noW pre' ;i ., : ipi^^O;excfu,teOrders Tor Every; Description x--l.r \ Qf;Job ^intrng.'tiojriprlsiiig Posting&n'd: Hand * Billif^.Bill-heads*3- Circulars, ; Business and V\ VisitingCards; vBaU and Concept, Tickets and $«'. ^ Programmes*; C&taiogues, Pamphlets, Receip 1 4 atid :Cheque&lt;buuks}rLiaw Forms, Labels, &c t wiifr^«AtessS"&mr&lt;li$patoh. 7; >-Wount Uainbier, April 26 1861. r . BOOT "AND SHOE MAKER. ,.?'£ : ?* \ R^INEKE, Boot and Shoe Maker, 1- rV"I begs to inform^ the inhabitants of Mt. i' Gaqijbier, that he has n'ow on Safe in the pre mises adjoining Mr.. John Tuite's Store, a Large, Assortment of -Colonial and English fipo^ and Shoes, of the best description, which A he .isinow Selling at very Moderate Prices.* 1 Al|; Orders for New Boots or llepairs will be punctually attended to. ' 12cm 1 V : P l...
Foreign. RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861
Foreign. RUSSIA. Prince &lt; Gortscbakoff, the Governor of Poland, died at Warsaw on ibe 80tb of May. The proposed measures of political reform in Poland aeem to have produced precisely the effect anticipated, that of en tire dissatisfaction. The latest news des cribes, the condition of afiaira in Warsaw as more gloomy.
SHOCKING SEA-Q AKE AND EARTH-QUAKE. (From the Singapore Free Press, 27th June.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861
SHOCKING SEA-Q AKE AND EARTH-QUAKE. (From the Singapore Free Press, 27th June.) This following are thepariiculars of the frightful ruin wrought on the island of Simto, one of the Batu group, on the vest coast of Sumatra, by the sea-quake on the . 9Ih March last. Simo before the occurrence had thirteen campongs or villages, four of which, how ever, although they bore the names of for uur campougs, only consisted of a single hut, the rest of the other houses having been from time to time removed to the other campongs. Besides those campongs here were huts here and there, inhabited by persons who watched the cocounut trees, and by swine herds. Previous to the disaster of vthe 8th March there were on the island 120 houses and a population of 1045; on this unlucky day ^ k$6 houses were destroyed, and 675 of the ^ inhabitants, besides 103 temporary residents lost their lives > - The water ran up to the east side of the Cam pang Simo, but spared this campong, . \ which is a little eleva...
PUBLIC MEETING—MR. JUSTICE BOOTHBY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861
PUBLIC MEETING-MR. JUSTiCE BOOTHBY. A public meeting was.caljed on Tuesday Jast in iHe National School room, for the purpose of acju»n should be. taken relative tfrcertain decisions arrived at bv Mr, Justice Boothby. Noiwitlfatand irtg the early hour, Qt p.m., the attendance was large. ' J, Utnpherston, Esq., J.P, was unani. mouslv ;...voted to the chair, ami remarked that: thS subject hacl been very generally discussed iu all pans of the colony, and ex* plained the reason why he had called the meetinp. Decisicus of a very extraordinary character had been giveu by Mr, Justice. Boothby. Was it right when: clients were brought up to question the legality of the laws of the colony ? Shch a proceeding J was calculated to' bring the la w; into? con tempt. Were such' a state erf things per mitted all would be null and void. ^ Yiewing it iai the proper, light lie did not think tha judge had taken the proper course ; aufl the case /thrfefore demanded inquiry;;'; He-was of opinion that the H...
PUBLIC MEETING.—REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861
^ PUBLIC M EEIING.^REPRESSENT « ATI ON A public meeting was. &^tf'bn Tuesday evening lat t,' pursua.il ta^'nhauncemerir, in "the National School Hoo,m^;|o;iafee,m ea? u i es ;lo secure two represei^otf^s 'fmr; this dis tricu Tbe at« e lid a n c e"1 ft# sJdrW,i E. WehS, Esq., to the , -chair, and stated tha^a^^^^tTitjikrba'd-bee i addiresscdto hinKrequesiti'ng-hinr to; convene a public meeting, fur the;purpose of secur ing two represeniatiVes' ior . this district. Th^cbuirrhan read ib^ad'yertisement in the »Border Watch" coining the meetiug. 'By the new Electoral-Act brought forward in theAssembfy. ihe^peaker remarked, it transpires that Mt. Gambler waa entitled to - two representative*. 'He urged that we should show that tfe: were alive to our interest.' ' At thirstage of the proceedings the chair* jman was obliged to leave on professional ^bnstnesii;>and Mr/'AvSSbulh was'called to Mr.;Wyatt rose to - move (he following reflation That in the opinion/of this meeting, from ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861
General Business. , MOUNT GAMBIEli RIFLE CLUB. A SPECIAL .General Meetjng of; this.. Club will be held imlic South Australian " Hotel on Monday, September 9th, ut 7 p.m. £. J. WILSON, " Secretary," ?r.|£ O LE T Oil F 0 R SAL E, on rObng Credit HUNDRED MACDONNELL. Sections--138, 139, 140, 219, 534, 256, 257, 258, 259, 200, 260, 336, 389. " ' NEAR BLUE LAKE. Small Seciions-78, 80, 84. PORT MACDONNELL,. Lots-1, 6., 24, 25, 27, 29, 34, 38, 61,.62, ?' IU3, iu7. Allotments on Towd»hip of Allandale, about. Four = Miles on the road from Port Macdonneii io lMotinl Gambler. Smalf Sections adjoining township of Tarpena -309, 312, 1,' 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 9,10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17. Apply to B. PRANKERD, ** Adelaidie; Or W. A. CROUCH, 16-),0 ' Mt, Gambier., ROBERT BUUCEr THIS well'known Draught Entire Hon>* will a.erve Mares this season, around Mount Gambier, commencing on.-the first o^ September. He will travel, oriTue4days» by lMrj J. Williams's nndjjMr; Price's. Ua Thursdays, East of the Mo...