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THE OLD PSALM TUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

THE OLD PSALM TUNES, I love them well, those ancient tunea, Of days arid'years gone by ;' Thev bring fund memories to the h'art, And tear-drops to the eye. Feet that have wandered 'mid the paths, The mist of by-gone day*, Have quickened'to' their holy notes 't hese hallowed songs of pr ise, The,ancipni woods, the dashing sea, The deserts wi'd and bare, Have echoed to the Christian hymn, Have heard the Christian's prayer. In the long ages of the past, What mvriad tongues have sung! How often have these holv strains In blest rejoicing rung! . They seem a sacred link to bind The present to the past, To«day to aires left behind ; A golden link outcast. By which in love we clasp the hands Of those who sing above, The holy ones,jhe purifled, Safe in the Saviour's love. - . Thus, hand in hand, we onward walk. Oar eyes to heaven upturned, And sing the holy song* our tongues From by-gone years ha«e 'earned. And with each note that upward soars, More near our spirits rise Ti» tbose who praise...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. Thursday, 12th September, 1861. Before J. C. Lyon, E[?]q., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

POLICE COURT. Thursday, 12th Seplemb Before J. C. Lyon, E.< Ma ".gam Metcalf. was chatg^jhwi'h being a dangerous lunatic. lt.appeais lliat the .poor woman has been for some lime out of her mind, but having, been caref ul'y ail ended has doneliule uiis».. chief till tip fo yesterday, when, during.Ihe temporary absence of;her husband, she, by some means set fire 10 the lint, which soon became completely desfroyed, together with all it contained, Tlie evideuce of J. MeU call, the husband, and that of Pr. YVehl being, taken, she was committed to the Lunatic Asylum, Adelaide.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

MOUNT GAM BIER AGRICULTU RAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION. The First Show of Stork in connection with - thia-useJulaod prospe'i.rg association wa*held in »Mr- A. Souihy paddock, on Wednesday -last. The weather Wfas very unprupittous, ther'rain pauring down in copious showers at -Intervals throughout the whole of the day, stlllBb^wiHiMSrwable 'o all concerned, (the'beasts-exhibited not exceped); aou in consequence, the animals wne removed from the Shoyjyardubttween l and 2o'clock, which, ga^e riseVto loudicomplaint^ as many had not . the-opportunity of attending.during the morn*, ing, land' thus were unable to see any, or but few,0f»he animals which cotnpe ed (or thedifa ferert prizes. We give below the list of prizes, as awarded by the Judges, and we : arcsorry to hear that some of t heir decisions have caused considerable dissatisfaction. v LIST OF PRIZES. DRAUGHT STALLIONS. 1st prizes Me;;srf. Browne's Plumper .. £5 2nd prize, A. Mi-.chcU's Piince. .. ...» 3 DRAUGHT M...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. 7th September, 1861. Before G. B. Sco[?], Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

POLICti COURT. 7tb Sepiemter, 1861. Before G. B. Scot', Esq.,.S.M.: Woi. Jones «ras charged with refusing to leave John - Bowden's licensed Houseon tl>e evening of (he 6ih insiant, and forusing tanjsuage likely fo c. u>e a breach of the Peace. Finedfive shillings. . . . ' ' Monday, Sept., 9»h. Twp aborigioal8, rejoicing ia ihe eupho nious cognomens of - Pretty Jemmy alias Karaen-Kamen andStockades? Jeratny, alias Kardwort, w* re charged by P. T. Morton, tbat tbey did, in the month of July at Ka langadoo, fake away the Iubra of VVon-a mi called Louisa and did feloniously steal and carry away I blue rug, 1 horse i ug, 3 shirts, a razor, and comb, of the value, of £1. 1 ha prisoners denied the charge and it appeared by the. evidence thai the lubra left of ber own accord with her father and that she took the property named in the inloi ma'ioo. The prisoners were discharged with a cau'iun. Mr. Bcrlowi from Adelaide, paid us a visit on Friday, and in Ibe evening lectuicd to a numero...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOLA. September 11th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

PSNOLA. September 1 lib, 1861. The wealher bere is in the roust unsettled states large quantities of. rain having fallen, accompanied b> 1-eavy ensis of wind.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

; . TO CORRESPONDENTS. Xt is desirable (hat communications should be'short and pithy; lengthy articles do not s6it our space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. . Wo notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. ^ AH articles sent for insertion, must be authenticated by the napne and addres* of the writetv-rriot as a " sine qua noii '' f» ir publica tion, but 8s a guarantee of good' faith* - Correspondent.* are particularly requested to'writeon one side of the paper only. *

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

AGEUT FOB TBB "BORDER WATCH" Penola; Jtfr. H, Simpson,

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

Local Intelligence. NEW STOKE.-The tender for the erco tiou of {his building has been obtained by Messrs. Howe attd Go., Portland con tractors. We have not beard the ?um mentioned. Several loads of stone are ulreadyon the ground, aud the contractors expect to have the work conpleied in about six weeks. , DISINTERMENT.-The n mains' of the late Inspector Reid have bceu disinterred with a view to n ro.ovat to Adelaide, RIFLE CLUB MEETING.-A special general meeting of this Club was called for Monday last, Out owing to the paucity of attendance, very little bushi's* na* trans acted. Mr. E. J. Wilson resigned his office as Secretary to the Club, being about to leaff the neighbouihood. We would take this opportunity of lemiuuiug those mem* bers interested, that unless a more lively interest is evinced, we wiiLsoon have to chronicle the Mount Gah bier Rifle Club. being deiunct. We perceive another meet' ing is advertised to be held on -Monday next at the South Australian hotel/when we hope ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

j HE " BOEDER WATCH^Vis^Ushe 1 < £ very Friday morning at 10 o'lWfcVT Sobscbiptioh: Ft> tiie quarter, paid in advance .. £0 Ts RMs: (^.. ADVERTISING: I?irst 8 lines or incfi of space . .£0 Every additional line .; .. 0 Advertisements under 8 line*, ... 0 Discount on.advertisements ordered < for.3 months .. ... 25 per cen1 Ditto for six mr nths... .. 60 per ce J' Shipping ad vertisements, each 0 4 ' 0. Advertiseuents for Business Difc- ; tory, per annum .. . £ 0' Q Advertisements inserted over the * 1;*-^ leader are charged-- f' First a lines .. ». . . ./ 0 Each additional line V. r . .. 0 It is requested that advertisements, tosecare their, insertion} be sent in as early as possible, and at the late^ not later ih.m 5 oclodkfi ' Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing and' sent in not later than '2 o'clock on AD*... Wednesday preceding the day of publications/? Advertisements must be accompu nietl \hy' speci...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH, 186t. THE OVERLAND ROUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

.t P. . . " ?" * ?? . ; Published every Friday morning. . FRIDAY, SfiPTEMjBEIt 13TH, 18$t. 111 ? '? ?. . r . 11 ? , ' ., ? j1 i ? 1' I .. i >? m±9 . THE OVBBLAm- ROUTE Wfi are old enough" to remeiiiber the time -when the route to India via Egypt , and the Bed Sea was a novelty, and had all the charms of an oriental romance. Often in tlie. days of sunny youth did we envy the lucky traveller whose fortune led him to traverse those anci ent regions and to witness those scenes which have acquired immortal renown-to gaze on thedeep blue of that great sea fwhose shores were empires---to sail over those waters that once engulphed the chivaliy of Egypt, and to obtain a distant view of those mountain tops that were once enveloped with the thunders and-the firea of Deity. - That route. has now, in the popular imagination, lost some of its early charms. It has t ecome a highway, not - only t;6 and from In^a, but to and from Aus tralia; those who travel by it a«e now so nu merous that the ro...

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

MOUNT GAMBIEU RIFLE CLUB. A SPECIAL General Meeting of this Club will be held id the Souih Australian Hotel pn jVlopday,September 16th, at 7 pm. J. WILSON, Secretary. JERSEY. THIS imported thoroughbred bipod .-horse will stand at Mr.G.P. Hammond's Drop Drop. .. - JERSEY is a bright black, by old Jersey who was bred by ihe Efiirl of Jersey end got by the famed horae Bay Middlcion, which horse was sold to Lord George. Beiitin<-k ifor 4000 guineas, and whoso descendants are Ihe stars of the present racing horses 'in England. Jersey's dam ' was a . be*u»ful Arab mare imported to Y.DiL. by Charles Field, Esq., by whom Jersey was bred. Jersey was imported ".to Adelaide by Wjlliam Akhurst, Esq., a»d 'is said i'o be ihp faVfr's^ horse that ever started in South Australia. His siock are unsurpased both for r*ce horses and hacks. He is a sure foal-getter. Only £ a lim'red Dumber of mares will be la ken. JERSEY, knuwn'as the Jeisey .Colt, and winner of the Town Plate in 1849, and se...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

Miscellaneous. THE CENSUS OF Glasgow.-An analy sis of the census of Glasgow has been pub* lished. The population of the dia rict kuown as the "unoient burgh " of Glasgow amounted to 403,142 of wliora 189,220 are males, ami 213,922 are females. The population of that district, along with tbe suburbs, ' \vhicli constitute tbe city is 446,395-of whom 239.999 are males, and 236,396 ,^re- female-!. As compared with the pupnlatiun in ihe same territory in 1851, amounting to 360,138, ibis sho .va an in crease of no IKBS than ^ James Brown, a blacksmith, at Dagen* bam; Essex, died the other day, having starved him self, .under the delusion that God had {orbiddenyjuD to eat.'or to drink befr. Mackiin and Johnston, disputing on a lite* raj.i^::,8S^e'^,;..-''J.bhp80n quoifcil Greek-<* I do|^if ttnarrstand Greek,''-said MackHn-A man\v hoarguessliould.undv-rsiand every Ifcn* ::^u]^p/*.-re|i|Ie'd-j^Q»^in8o"n--well," said ?Mffopn, and g^M iiim a quotation from the IriibV;. .' A LABRADOR...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ODDFELEOWS ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

ODDFELE^WS ANNIVERSARY; The first anniversary of this Order was celebrated on Wednesday la«i, The mem bers marched in proc«siioh in the face of a heavy stiu*er of rain, from the Loige Ro. m, preceeded by the Brass Hand, to ihe Scotch t hurrb, where an address was detiyerrd' by the Rev. Mi*; Don. Owjug to the unfavorable state of the weather no doub t prevented a n Ufa her of the members" of the Orde.* and others from attending* M r. Don, in the course of his address nsade the following reina ks on the benevolent spirit o! Christianity " It is a peculiarly. glorious feature ta the religi >n of Jesus Christ, that it slieda a be nificewt influence far beyond the sphere of its immediate pefconal operation*, and im ports a benignant and philanthropic tone to the minds of many who refuse to live under its'saving and sanctifying power. We thiuk we are warranted in maintain* that all real bcnvevoleme is due to .our holy religion, and thai; the plu'antlirophy even of ungodly^ men is the /...

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

DINNER. :0a 'Wednesday evening the first anni- ! ^erwrvi dinner in connection with fhis Spifiely vias held at >be Farmers1 Inn on I "Wednesday evening.' A number of gentle» '1nje«Vat.di»wn (o a first-rale'repast piovided 1 bv SoutV. Ji Uropherston, Esq., J.P. * ' 'It ' i cv ' : i > . iit t I CfoDcbj, Esq., Vice-Chairman. After the cloih was removed, llje^hair inangave Her Majesty ,\he Qwen, Prince Cop:orej Prime of . Wales and the members of.ibeRowl Family. 'His Excellency,Sir Richard Macdonnell. In duitkinH liis health the speaker (b» art wl''thai he. bad consented to become *Panoo of ibe£oeiety."r He thought 'it was ^is/well to say ag liiileVppossible on - ptliiics on ihis* occasion. ( ' Vice Cbaninantb'en gave'V the JLegiVafnre of Souib :Aust raLa.'' (Band flaying, Rule JSriUanie.J -He thought we bad nason »o - b'e picud of. J he Lrgislaiure of South Aus tralia. The Army and Navy." (Band .piling British Volunteers.) *"Seng by Mr. Paltndge-If you want to be ^Eleited. f Tb\Ag...

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

I General News . A FEAT IN PHOTOGRAPHY,-Professor Hall of Hindley-street, ^received by the English Mail' a smatt cori'sigiYment beauti :.'"fullj'illustrative of thehigh.-degree of per fection, which is now attained in the art of photography. The articles, to which we « refer are three gentlemen's Jbreuttpins, of simple and well-known pattern, namely, two entwined hoops having* a gold bar running through them. In these pins, however^ the bar represents a telescope, iu one end ol which js fixed a small piece of gias', and in 4the other a lens. The diam ter of lhe tube does not exceed the 16th of an inch, yet, when the e)e is brought to bear upon il, almost magnificent portrait of Richard Cubden ("half leogh) is refleced , I'ha great free trade champion is represented as seated at a table, and underneath the por^ trait is his name, in full, and tba address of the photographers, Messrs. RichArd JDagiori & Co., Paris. The space occupied by the portrait upon the glass is not large...

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

A CIRCUIT COURT. IN our impatience we had begun to despair of ever seeing jttstice done to Mount Gam* bier. Justice, however, is coming, and soonwill be here, " Bitter Inte than never" is a hackoeyed but jiood old adage. Our readets will see from Mr. Hawker's letter t'uai we a«e to h«»ve a* Circuit Court. When the subject wa« fit si mooted, some iwu or three years since, il waa proposed by ilie Adelaide authorities to have ai» Assize Court at Gnithen Bay, which, on account of ibe long' journey duller, wonlil have been of little benefit to us. But now.that »ve have a port of our own, and s tea no com nuj loca tion with Adelaide, we are to h ire ibe Court anting where it is most required, nml where it ought to be-ij ihe centre?ofthe.South Eastern population. Some of our rtadwa at a distance will doubtless think, from .the frequency with which this matter has been Introduced into our leaders, that it is a kiiid of monomania..with us. A little reflection however, will convince -them tha...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

Markets MOUNT GAMjJIER STEAM MILLS. ' v -jr.; -. - ? f% . '%? - Fino flour, per ton Pollard, per liusbel do. por .<»'» Rr»n,.., dov C)«t!»,'ynfr Husliel r G» iisftpfJ do. Barley Crushed do.

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

General eBusiness Mm ~ \;,g^7i&NTING. rjlHE prijpriefcorof the <l Border Watch " A ^ bejzs to ihfof m the residents of the Dia* lr frict of Mount Gambler,-that he is now pre A pared to execute Orders for Every Description % of Job Pria'dng, comprising Posting and Hand' SBilhs, . Bid-heads, Circulars; Business and Visiting Card*, Bail and Concert -Tickets and l^'PrbgraoBflB^s. Catalogue?, Pamphlets* Receipt and,Chequebooks, Law Forms, Labels,t&c , ^ with neatnessand dispatch. y' Mount (c'anibicr, April 20 1861. . ggfi*'.' *. .. :" 1 "' ' 1 ' ? ?? ? hi . f?r?; BOOT ANP SHOE MAKER. ' s#4| KEINEKE/ Boot :and Shoe Maker f\ « begs to inform the inhabi'ants of Ml. ..^ambiert*2iat he has now on Sa'e in the pre - ^liases adjoining Mr. John Tuite's Store, a vLarge Assortment of Colonial and'IEuglish ^JBpoia-^ andt;S}joes,-of the best de&cripuui?, .which ' 1(6- is now Setting at very Moderate.Prices. , - All ^Orders for New Boots or,llej airs will ' ^'punctua...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. . . : -Utovni GRAIN, &C. Flour, fine, per ion of , . , 2,000 lbs.pat the Port, , bags included ......£18 0 () .13. 5 : 0 Wheat, in town ........ 0 5 3 5 5 0 Whear, at tbe.port, for . , 1,0(10 l»u8hei'ot9,wi!h . out bags....V...;... 0 5 6 0 6 7 ~*Brait| per busker of 20 lbs. at'the Port, bags included ... ,M.... 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pollard, perbushel of 20 lbsv....t\,;......... 0 t 3 0 5 Hoy, perton . *.. .... ,2 Iff . *.3 0.0 Da, pressed, at'the'Port, per jtori 4. 0 0 4 5 0 Oats^jGdpe, per bushel ' - ;oT40)bs., without bags 0 3 0,0 3 3 Do.,.fifte* white, per bu- v >b'ejof 40 lbs:, without ... .l»a?i ..V 0''4 6 0 6 6 Barter,'Cape', per bushel ofSOIb?., without bgs. 0 4 0 0 4 6 Barley,' English, fine, per bushel of 50 lbs, -without basrs.; 0 9 0 0 10 o Malt,! per bushel 7* 0 0 8 0

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

T; ^:VTC^6Si-A';''-'MIZ.CS'. Fine Flonr, per, tort »v ~ ... i*l5 0 0 Bran, per bushel " . . i ^ ® * ® Pollard, ; do*.. . ..... .0 -1 6 do. bv haU ton lot per bushel. 0 1 6 Oats do, .. ... 0 5 0 Barley do.. .. 0 6 6 Charges lo* crushing Is, per bushel.

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