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ADELAIDE. From a Correspondent. Adelaide, August 23, 1861, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

ADELAIDE. , From a Correspondent. Adelaide, Augu-it 23, 1861, - B gotfs motion about the Governor is much talked of . as being most oiftinsiVe and hurtful to .Hia" txcellency and Lndy Macdooneil. . It certainly was in bad taste. v : It is said that the Treasurer has received a letter from his Under-T« easurcr, statins that the one he addressed to the /' Register "- was his 'fiist interference in political, matters-and Lis list! ' Could not Mr. Lyons and others induce the government to establish a volunteer rifle com pany at the Mount 1 Mr. O'Keeffe, lit Robe, is paid by Government for drilling ,the. com .pany there.' V' Lieu». Lucas, V,M. Force, will leave Ade* (aide by the Am uu Tuesday, to class-fi.e ihe Kobe Town Rifles next week. THE PENOLA CHURCH DISPUTE.-We extract ilie following from the" " Hamilton Spectator*' of date August 3i, relative to the. Church dispute :-" The followiug tet'er we received in due course, and beg in reply lb state, that we must first, in ccuttesv to ou...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [By Electric Telegraph.] (From the Argus correspondent.) Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

NEW ZEALAND. [By Electric Telegraph.] (From the Argus correspondent*) . Sydii«y« Vhjuditv. THE Tnwera brings elevea <Jdy«f later new from Auckland. On the 29 it ult. a det« patch from the Duke of Newcastle, dated , .he 25th May, was laid before ha Hume of Representatives by Governor Bro*ne, an nouncing bis recall irora the Govern.>r*htp of New Zealand, and intima ing the ap pointment of Sir George Grey. The Tea sou assigned for the chtnge is Sir George Greys great ski 1 in dealing with aboriginal races. The dake of Ne#cast'e coi)clu<lei his despatch thus.-l t ust that you wi;l not feel it' a» any sight to yaurself ibaiV should have determined to p!ace ihe gov eminent of the islands in his hinds at a* moment when your own term of office has all but expired, and when you have no op* portnnity of providing for thoje. future tfil Acuities to which 1 have referred!. I hope, in doing so, 1 shall riot deprive tile Cfjwn for any long period of the advantage of your ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

AGE^T FOR- THB " BORDER WATCH4' Penola; Mr. H. Simps>m.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOSQUITO PLAINS. From our own Correspondent. September 4th 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

MOSQUITO PLAINS, Tfyrim our own Correspon dent. September.^411). 186i. ' We understand a petition is in course of signature here praying for the extension of the Telegraph to ihie Mosquito Plains. This would ie a great boon to the district; and we sincerely hope the Telegraph Office will 8 ion be an e.-tablished institution in our midst. VYe al*o ibterve that a meeting of the inhabitants is ealled lur this evening for ihf purpose of petitioning Government to have the Court H<.use and Police establishment removed into the township. As it is at prei'eut this building i# most awkwardly Miluated (about a mile distant) and we enjoy but little of the bemfii or protection which we might otherwise enjoy from our police force. , i, , ' ' ' ." A petition to have a Distiicl Registrar appointed here is also being signed. This would be a ?r< You will thus see that like many other of our fellow colonists, we are discovering ^that we have grievances, and having so,far got the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

General News GOVERNORSHIP OF NEW ZEALAND. .Sir George Grey lus accepted the Gover* norsbip of New Zealand, and his commis sion will be transmitted toblm by the Cape mail on Wednesday next. Sir George Grey has made a sgjcrifice iti accepting thfc. minor aj^oirUment, in order to restore the /. harmony which existed during his former successful athninistrati on of New Zealand, and which he had left in the enjoyment of tranquility by his admirable treatment of the uative population.-Observer. DISCOVERT OF COAL,-We have seen specimens of toalwhich have been found about 60 miles from Adelaide, and in a locality convenient for shipping. Placing it si e by side with a piet'e of Newcastle coal; very little difference can be perceived ; but persons who profeea.to understand, the matter say that the quality ; of. the couth Australian coA is superior.. We are not at liberty to publish iutlher particulars at present, but we hope to be in a position to do so in a few dave^r-Portland Guardian. .' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

| HE "BORDER WATCH" is published * I. <jvery Friday morning at 10 o'clock. SUBSCRIPTION «1j Ft> the quarter, paid in advance .. £0 8 0 . i TSRMS OP ADVBRTISIHQ:-. , . First 8 lines or inch of space .. £0 3 0 , Every additional line - .. ..0 0 2 i Advertisements under 8 line*, .. 0 3 0 | Discount on advertisements ordered I for 3 months * ' ... 25 per cent* | Ditto for six im nths... .. &0pereent« | Shipping advertisements, each ... 0 4 0- \ Advertisements for Business Diroc- ' 1 lory.peran.jum .. . I 0 0 - Advertisements inserted over the i leader are charged- | First 5 lines . . .. .. 0 5 0 V 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 tlun 5 o'clock an ! Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration oc " withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing, and sent in not later than 2 o'clock on the . ' Wednesday preceding the day of pulilicatidn. : A...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH 1861. A FEDERAL UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPT EM B ER 6thv 1861. A FEDERAL UNION. Manx of our intelligent countrymen at home, whose ignorance of the geographyand politics of the Australian Colonies is sometime? shewn in a very ludicrous manner, , would-be greatly surprised were they informed that these colonies have almfist as little in common with each other as the different kingdoms of.th: Euro pean continent. That their inhabitants speak . the same language, are the subjects of our good Queen Victoria* and have governors ap , pointed by the Imperial Executive, is true, ; but there the resemblance .ends»4 ;In their gov > enunent, tariff, postal arrangements, and in the practice of their civil and criminal juris prudence; they are almost as- diverse, one from another, as if they were rival nations, and ruled byiival sovereigns. If the British peo ple could suppose the United Kingdom dis united by a Parliament at Edinburgh and an other at Dublin, each legislating entirely for its ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEMPERANCE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

TEMPEltANCE DEMONSTRATION. A Temperance Domons ra inn wus held in the National School R iom on Monday even* inz last. There was a nuraernus attendanre. The proceedings were opened by sinking and prayer* An excellent tea was provided by ih<» ladies. The'Rev. H T. Burgess occupied the cha:r, and in a few. brief remarks intro duced Mr. T. Barlow 10 the mpeting. Mr. Barlow rose and »aid : Many persons might be induced to suppose from 'he remarks of the Chairman that he (Mr. Barlow) wjssa T.emp. ran re Lecturer, and traversed the leog h .and breadth of the rolohy to advocate tiie I rinciples of Total Abstinence. It was true he felt a deep iuterest iii the Temperan-e cbiue,and sometimes spoke in us behalf; but he was not a lecturer in the strict sense th u that term implied. It was now a long time since he had had an opportunity of addressing any meeting but his zeal on behulf of the cause was none the less fervent, and if be could , carr^ out his wishes he would pro claim the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

TURKEY. The representatives of the Powers as sembled in conference at Constantinople concluded on June 10 the negotiations for the future settlement of the Lebanon It was agreed that . the Lebauon should be placed in the hands of one governor, who should be a Christian. David Effondi, an Armenian, La9 beeli appointed to the post. Of other foreign intelligence there i little. It is stated tbat there is to be a meeting between the Emperor Napoleon and the Queen of Spain; and there are reports of coming diplomatic changes at ourCourt. It is s'aid that Louis Napoieon is . likely to send Count Persigny to Su James's in lieu???of Count Flahniilt, who is married to an kngHsh lady, the Baroness Keith, known in the history if the Regency as Mi*s Mercer Elphinstoue. The story is* that the Emperor is not with out some feelings of jealousy and anxiety on the score of the increasing influence of the Orleans Family at our Court, and their increasing popularity in English society. The reception of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

Local Intelligence. MOUNT GAMBIER RIFLE CLUB.-Tha members of thisClub met for practice on. . llie 2..d inst. There were .Jew } respiit. The following i* the result at 200 yards A. <*. Burchatn .... 0 0 2 3 1-6 B. W .Andrews 0 2 1 , I 1 - 5 E.Woods 0 0, 1 2 0 3 E J. Wi'son.... I 0 10 0-2 A. Cock 1 2 1 12-7 J. Fairchild .......... 0 0 0 0 0-0 MiSsrs. Andrews, Wilson.and Fairchild fired three rounds ul 300 yards/ with the fill lowing result: -Andrews,. 4 ; Wilsup, ] ; Fairchild, 0. A sweepstakes was afterwards g<»t up by the following member!1,, three rounds at 200 yards :-f Burcham, 0 ; Gay, 2 ; Fairchild,\6; Wilton, 2; Cock, 3; J.' Brown, 0;. Feu?i 2. . . BALL.-A se'eci ball was held in South'* Assembly ro<»m on "Monday, evening, last. There were "upwaros of twenty couples pre s- ni, and the affair passed off harmoniously. THE/ANT. -This steamer did not arrive in ihe :Bav until Sunday last, having been delayed tbroughiflj.'thrary winds. A jnongst her ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RIFLE MATCH AT ROBE TOWN, GUlCHEN BAY. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

RIFLE MATCH AT ROBE TOWN, GUlCHEN BAY. (From, a correspondent.) A rifle match' came oil at Kobe on.tue. 28ih August, five vliuis ai eacli .distance.; The following is the score:- , Captain Walker.. 8 6 6 6-Total 26 Sergeant Ekers ... 9 6 6 5 26 Corporal Coles ... 7 4 3 6 20 Corporal McLean 6 4 3 2 15 Private Birks... 6 6 3 3 18 Private Campbell. 4 4 5 2 15 Private Cook. . . . 6 2 5 0 13 Private Evaus ... 6 4 5 5 20 Private. Gell .7 5 6-7 24 Private Morris ... 4 1 3 2 10 Private Kattley .. 7 3 3 1 * 14 Private JStan^vay... 7 7 5 3 22 Private Smith ...7 4 2 3 16 Private Tims...... 5 5 7 1 18 Private Warren ...10 6 4 5 . 25 Piivate C. Ekers 8 5 6 9; 28 Average, 19 seven-sixteenths: Total, 31J At the conclusion Lieut. Lucas compli mented the squad, remarking that if nine more poiut3 had been made, the average would have shown point per shot per man. The classification was to be continued nrxt day.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

SPAIN. An angry controversy has been going forward between Spain and Morocco, bnt is now said to have been amicably settled. The Queen of Spain .was delivered of a princess on June 4.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. September 5:h[?] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

POLICF, 'September 5:hV Eg an v. BiiUain. lilegaly raising stone at WdcdiM iitll Bay. Fined 5s., and costs, £2 io. ? -V;:;,. ? Egan v. Golmic. Illegally depasturing. Defendant p'tbded ignorance, irsonVuch as he had n«t been informed by tile Gotf0rn meivt of the t eduction in the number of {sheep which he was ul owed to run. Fined 5h. Lorimen>. L vingstcne, for assault. De fendant pleaded provoca ion. Fined £2, and costs £ I 9*. 6J. .

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Markets MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

Markets MOUNT GABBIER STEAM jMlLI^S, Fine flour, per ton ? Pollard, ptr ibushel ; do. . per tort; Bran, , do; Oats, per biibhei Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. £' s; d . 15 0 0 .. 0-" 1 G .. 7. o 0 .. 0 1 3 . 0 5 :0 . 0 6 0 0 5 0 . 0 6 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

JOB, PRINTING. f^Pibprietor of the ^Border Watch V ^^^.^in(brmJhe;9e«id«nl8..orvthe Di»* Garabier.that he is now pre I»d^iTec«il^Tdcw for Every Description >^rumii]fi;»jompnsing Posting and Hand llir&.'BUhhetfc!i', Circulars, Business and Concert ^Tickets and mmes, Catalogues, Pamphlets, Receipt _ je^i^liw^f8>.'Law Forms, Labels, &,c t ihlneatnew vti cl-d i ap a t c h. ^ "^^ioiCatnbiorjA pri) 28 1861. g^^EBOOT-AND SHOE MAKER. ' "V REIN EKE, Boot and Shoe Maker, it* begs to inform <&e inhabitants ol -Mt., f-'i < z\. .i.i.. c.i. :n iLxv-nrai' , . --r . » . ' . . . , ' " tt5,.M.ORSE\ bets .to notify.to the in* ^habitants of PENOL.v and surroiinti^ ^dsst^lct. ihat she ha's opined a Servant's1^ i*t*3T, and truct>i l>y care and atlen the'dvmaudi or the public; to |^f?^ppprt^>;,;-. . 14cm '. -.-KOTICE. ';0r§ME\. QUARRY." DR. WEHL'S t^g^^C^'MO^N'R^AMBIER. .il^i^j&ELLfeegs . respectfully, to ..foiia the inhabitants of Mt. G...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

|pf ",T0 COB RESPONDENTS. it -is desirable that communications shou ld;, -?be short and pithy Jlengthy articles do not " suit pur space ; matters-of local interest are. most, acceptable. No notice con be taken of anonymous cort-V-' niunic&tions. - Ail articles . sent, for insertion must "be - authenticated by the nan:e and addres* of the . writer-not as a " sine qua non '? fi r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. - :C«>rrespordeni? are ? articularly_request3L 5 o write on one side of the paper our&n, - 'v:-: ^ ; ' . ? ? -

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS Fine Flour, per ton ., .. fl5 0 0 Brao, per bushel - .. 0 1 6 . Pollard, ' do, : .. . 0 1- 6 . do. by halt ton lot per bushel. 0 V 6 Oats do. .. .. 0 5 0 , Barley do. .. .. 0 6> -6 Charges lo'crushing Is, j.er bushel. . .}-..

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

BIRTH.     At Mount Gambier, on the 1st September, the wife of Mr. W. G. Moore, of a son.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENOLA. September 4th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 6 September 1861

PEN OLA. September 4ili, 1861-. \ LOCAL^COURT.-SOth ADGUST. Before G. 15, >Cott, E^., S.Mi :;':f .E J .KeMi v. T. Sej mour; the plainhff charged defendant with assaulting l im. Defendant pitted guilty. The Bench in co'iisideraiioti^of. the prtivocatiog language used by [ lunjtiff. fii:cd deflncant £l and costs. . ' .» Tuesday, September 3rd, 1861. Present: G B Scott, Esq., S.M., in the cbair, T. A. Well's and J. C. Lyon Esqs., J.P.'S.   James. Air v. William Collis: This ffas an inforoiation charging defendant with slaughtering in an unlicensed yard* on ~the 27th August. The defetfdarit in ansvver lo he bench, stated that the beast was for his own private use and that it was nr't for sale. lTl)e Bench dismissed the case - Plaintiff to pny costs* G. Gladstone v. A. C. Coleman : The de fendant was charged on an information that he did on' the 16th August" unlawfully with an axe break the door and fotcibly enter the Church situate at Penola, which Church was in the poss...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

NEW ZEALAND GOLDFIELDS. By the steamship .« Omeo/' which arrived in Hobson's Bay on Tuesday morning; we ^aveiatelligence from Otago, Nerv Zealand, to the lOih inst. She brings from the new gold field 780 ounces. From the papers and other sources of information we glean -that the diggings are confined to. ope long gully; fc'bai there are' already ,a large.num ber of persons there, ami that the whole of the ground is taken up, so that new comers will .have to prospect the surrounding coun>» try(for themselves.* The cold'is very:SjBvere, and parties are advised to provide themselves with a good supply of warm flannel clotljipg.% The following are extracts from private, letters: " About 2000 men are now working in : thegold-field at Tuapeka, of whom -SOO or 600 hare come from the neighbouring pro. yinces of New Zealand* Some :6000 .or 8000 ounces are supposed tobeen washed,, of which' '3000, or';400O.; h&ye reached town. Some iritaims f'jiijioii the Tuapeka Creek seem to be v...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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