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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 September 1861
BIRTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 3rd September, the wife of Mr. J Jobling, of a daughter. &nbsp; DIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 7th September, at Narracoorte, Mosquito Plains, Mrs. C. G. Doughty, aged 35 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
p HE " BOEDER WaTCH" is published \ &lt;very Friday uiorning at It) o?:iock. ~V - - - .S0BSC8IPTiqn:~ . Ft» the quarter, paid in advance .. £0 8, Oj^., TERMS op Advbbtisixq: First 8 lines or inch'of space ,.£0" ,1V ' Every additional line .. .. i). 0ut3 .. T' Advertisements under8 lines, - .. 0 3^-tT v ' Discount ou advertisements ordered . I "' for 3 tjionths ... 25 jwr cento's / Ditto far six mr nths; .. 60 per cent. £ Shipping;ad vertisements, each ... 0 .4" ,0_" Advertisements for Business Dir&lt;»c- _ V *-? tory^fir^tnaum .' i. . I 00',-^, Advertisements inserted over the .» " , leader are charged-- - . . . l..;V First 5 lines . . v. .. 0^5 * " - Euch additional line .. .. P. 1 y n - It is requested that advertisements, ta*securdg£/ i their insert ion, be'sent in as early as jiossiW^i;;-J [and at the latest uot later than 5 o'clock|M*-s/r' \V ^Thursday evening. Orders for the alterations 'withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing f- } ^ and- sent in not la...
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
i>i nrkets. MOUNT GAAJBIER STEAM MILLS, Fin&lt;' flnu»y per ion ,., Pollard, per bushel .... do. per toil Hron,*./ do. .. &lt; >uSi«, per bushel .. Cnislied do, . Barley Crushed do. VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine T'Ib'nr, per tort , JF15 ; 0 0 0 0 0 £ s. d 15 0 0 0 1 6 7 0 0 0 1 3 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 Bran, per bushel l'ollard, dOj do. by halt ton lot perbushe Oats . do. . Bnrloy do. .. .0 1 1 1 .-5' ft Charges fo' criuhing Is, per bushel.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
y General -Business JOB PRINTING. ?:j , '» > ; ' ' .* * ' i * , t, -J . ' ' « rjpHE Proprietor of the f* Border .Watch " JL ' beprs to inform the residents of the Dis &lt; trict o.-Mtmnt .Gambler, _thH.t be is bbw^* pared to eatecuteOrdersjoi- livery Description . of Job Printings-comprising Posting and Hand Bills, i Billheads^ 'Circulars, Business and ^Visiting Cards,; Ba'land Concert Tickets And Programme$^£ata!ogueg,Pamph!cts, Receipt and Cheque*books, Law Fornas, Labeis, &c, tineatw»s «nd dfepatch, ? Mount liambier, April 26.1861V BOOT ANP SHOE MAKER. A RBTNEKE, Boot -and Shoe Maker, . \toj6j?. to inform the inhabitants .of Mt. Gambie>i?|iiat he has novr on Safe in the pre mises adjoining Mr. John Tuite's Store, a Large Attortmenrnf Colonial and > English Bopis and ,5hoe3, of the bcjst descriptiony which he is$ow;Seiling at very Moderate Prices. A11 -Ordprs (or New Boots or Repairs will be puiidually intended to. 12cm PENOLA. (&/| RS, MORSE beus^...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
TO CORRESPONDENTS. . It is desirable.that communications should " be short and pithy; lengthy articles ~do not suit cur space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of anonymous com munications. 1. . All articles seat; for insertion ajfcV be authenticated by the name and addres* qf the writer-not as a " sine qua non " f' r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. . r Gorrespopdents are > orticularly requested to write on.one side of the paper only.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
83UTU AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR. GRAIN. &C. Flour, fine, per ton of , 2,000 lbe., at,the Port, bags included .....,£19 0 0 13 5 0 Wheat, in town ....... 0 5 3 5 5 0 Wheat, at-the port, "for 1,000 bushel ots, with out bags 0 5 ,6 0 5 7 Bran, per hushel of 20 . lbs. at the Por», bags included 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 lbs:.......,........ 0 13 : 5 Hayi per ton ..... ... S 10 3 0 0 Do, pressed, at the Port, per. ton 4 0 0 4 5 0 Oats, Cape, per bushel " ;of40 lbs., without bags 0 3 0 0:3 3 Do., fine white, per bu shel oi 40 lbs., without bags 0 4 6 0 5 6 Barlev, Cape, per bushel of501b»withoutbgs. 0 4 0. 0 4 6 Barley, English, fine, " ,por bushel of 50 Jbs , without bags ' 0 9 0 0 10 o JMfp.11, per bushel...... 7 o 0 8 0.
THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE. STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
. *-V : i --mm-mm», , s* X - . . A THE FUTURE OF. AGRICULTU^&^;,: STSAH. . . It is impossible 10 overrate the enormoa»£;, " impetus given to every industrial pud,* '. deed, to every mental occupation^ the UrC [ lion1 of si earn power. Some ilf\ £»*''"r veution or steam power. Some of mi-, views on this subject having been - altea&fe^ laid before you iu my paper read last year,!- ^ I will noi recapitulate diem. To withdraw steam power from lid w.iu'd . be to p'.uuge this country into ignorance,7*V poverty, and disorganisation". Agriculture--^ is ouly on-the tlireshoiti of the usa steam power. She, lias neither cheapened t " " h&lt;Jf productions, nor supplied the Wants of^f her cu-tomers. It is no exaggeration >'tdgl expect thai: every farm of 100 acres w m give employ men i to f.-ur horses, of steam^ power. .When this takes.place,, a large" area of lanil used to fe«d:otir bursts will beS net tree for the production of human - I also v.xvure to predict that...
General News [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
General News NEW ZEALANi>.-i»ln New Zealand papers ve find' it staled that the Southern natives, who were supposed to be quietly awaiting the issue of the negotiations, are killing the settlers* caiile. : J£iugi was on the banks of the: WaikatOj- and diJ not 'propose to return to Waitara. The ' 'f Wellington Advertiser," of the .3rd inst.,Estates that Tiwako. was collecting aud drilling Kirg's meni who appeared to-ba well provided, with ammunition; a* they bad had several Held* days, and expended much powder. Jt is said that, the:jiatiyes calculuteon having J 2,000 fighting men, and that they contem plate concentrating their forces at Tuaku, half way between Auckland aud their King's liead-quarterSjto have a decisive engage ment with the Queen's troops, fitting to the last inan, and matching oil Auckland if they are Victorious. TJbie neiss from Auck land is to ihe 24th ultimo. There is a" change coming over the native mind, and gradually the Alaoriesare realising (be su periority...
NEW ZEALAND. TUAPEKA GOLDFIELDS, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
NEW ZEALAND. TUAPEKA GOLDFIELDS, The following exiracts a e from the Mel bourne " Herald '* of die 9th inst.: The; news from O'aguis to the 31st ultimo. At the present moment there arc between three, and four thousand persons on the field, hitherto no complaints have been heard of want of success, but as the population increases whether the gokifieids areas extensive as they are rich, will be speedily tested. The result of a prospecting party i»:ihutk stated by a correspondent " We sunk two holes close to wheie we had camped-not more than 100 yards di>« tant-Hnd at a deptb.j»f 18 ini or 2 feet gold wai discernible .~12inches deeper we reached | the bo'toiii, consisting of b'ue slate. We, - washed two tin dishes of this bottom stuff, which produced 9 dwis some g»s., the exaot number I cannot now pay, but very little short of half an ounre. The gold was larger and heavier tha n the generality of that found in Gabriel's Gully, There is - probably room for .60,000 people on the gdldf...
MOSQUITO PLAINS. From our own correspondent. September 18th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
MOSQUITO PLAINS. From our own correspondent. September I8ih. 1861: . The news from the Plains this week is mea gre in the extreme. BeyOtid the usual gossip and the weather there Is little field tor the pen of the reporter. Wiih the former we * ill not meddle, and of the latter we can onlv say that at present it is ye*y indiffeient. Cold and ? squally. A petition against.Judge £foothb\' is being signed. To illustrate the value of thesfe peti* tions/if said petition be.a fair sample, we may mention tliat the naines of.a, number of, hoys and a child of four y ears of age is attached to our" one. "What have minors- to do with . the Real Property Act, all important? though , it be ? The promoters of this >peuion ought to use a little more care and discrimination in procuring signatures, j It ia feared that horse stealers have been paying us a visit. A saddle aud bridle'Was stolen last week from NarracoOrte #6«>lshedi - and now several horses have disappeared from . the neighbourhoo...
A DOSE FOR SPURGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
A DOSE FOR SPURGEON A late writ«r.m the " Sunday Times," under the signature- of. " Warder," ad dresses the Rev.' Charles Spurgeon in the following terms,the style and power of which remind us of the classical Phillipics o| Junius, .' You are, I am told, to preach in your new monster Tabernacle tliia very evening. The " huge place is built and paid for. I congratulate yon.~iVTbe achfevt ment, con sidering your youtlr'nrid your ignorance, is certainly astonishing. Sore people pre dicted thatyou would Tail in this gigantic undertaking : you hiveidisappointed them. Some people predict? that you will not be able to fill your chaj>ei t.cw-that it is erected : I beg you will not listen to their feroakings. Depend upon it rhey sadly over-estimate the intelligence, wiidomj aod common sense of the generation f. for, years and years to com** you may assure: yourseli there will be fools enough ih. Dondon to intake you a congregation -vast as your vanity and mighty us >our tongue;1 * ; &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
MT. GAMIER AGRICULTURAL PAS. 'I ORAL AND HOKTICULTU RAL AS SOCIATION, ; A Special meeting of the Committee will beheld at the Farmer's Inn, on Tuesday, September 24fh, at 6 o'clock, pm. G, D, WYATT, Hon. Sefc, . A D V E RTTSEM E N (To the JSditor of pie Border Watch.) Sir--St eing an intimation in your paper cf Lucifer taking ihe First Favoured Prize as a Blood Hoise at the Show Fair, 1 much regret that his PEDIGREE was not published also, as bur. very few persons about the Mount are in possession of theS. A. Stud Book* I my self, have every volume that, is at.present pub* lished, and those 1 have searched,.but cannot find any account of his performances. Per* haps the owner of Lucifi-r will be kind enough to inform me, through ihe medium of your columns, whit voiun&lt;e of the t-tud Book con tains any oc> ount of his Uwsp. By ?o doing, he will oblige, y&lt;urs truly, JOHN BROWMNCi, Groom to Jcrre). . . Drop Drop, 19th Sept., 1861. M acdonnell BAY SPRING MEETING. ...
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1861. THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
THE 'Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20ra, 1861. THE OTAGO GOLD FIELDS. IT appears that the rush to the New Zealand diggings is already beginning to cause derange ment in the labour market in this country. If the gold-fields should in the course of the summer prove to be as productive as the most reliable accounts lead us to expect, the de rangement -will be most serious. We already dread the effects of the digging excitement on the approaching season of harvest in this neighbourhood. Labour is scarce and dear already-far too scarce and dear as compared .with the price of agricultural produce; and ' if the farmers should find on New Year's Pay that tnost of the day labourers have dis appeared,, the result will be a ruinous loss of the precious fruits of the earth. That the attractions of the, new gold-fields will add a shilling or two per bushel to the* valuerof wheat is not to be.'expected ; the '^contrary, we fear, will be the case, as Victoria will be drained of...
Correspondence (To the heidetor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
v orrespondence (To the. lieideior of the Uurder Wfetcii.) As 1 are and read in.your valuable paper, and here from my fellow Brother white felLw the good that great Shintlement .in badled called G. C. Hawker is about giving our brc» iher white ft-lows lots of money to uiuk roads and Sheddys for you nil here in my country. Now you no well Mr. hfidetor, that this was the laud of our fori fathers which you are okop\ing now and puking. lots of ntonie* of it and kee, iug lols of tJiirttlements going about jihjj Mtmnt and its lighibourhood going in . lirte carragea and io there siika to, aiid boih tex has got good cloth and fine felhersin there raps : besides ilie unknown number'of ladyes and Shintlement in had led reaps the btnefit ot cur ia:iv«f sail Mount Uambiir. Now. sir, as Mr, Hawker has provied so much for )o«, although my . hei!icak«on forbids ine to el' you ihe ainotil he has got for this district 'for y ou in a »ko'ar>hip manner I shall tiy i and layed it before your readers...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. (By Electric Telegraph.) From our own Correspondent. Adelaide, September 17, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
ARRIVAL OF THEv ENGLISH MAIL. (By Electric Telegraph.) '-:- ? ? From our own Co/respoudent. '? -» ? Adelaide, September 17, 1861. The English Mail arrived at Adelaide yesterda). The news is not of such an important na lure aa we anticipated. Lord John Russall has been created Earl Russell in the House of Lor fa. An attempt has been made to assassinate the King of Prussia. Loid Elgin has been appointed tue ne v Governor-General of indifl . The troops of the Northern States of America have achieved great successes over lbe; confederateVoops in Western Virginia All the European sovereigns have been invited to the approaching coronation of the King of Prussia. There has been another , large fire in Tooley-sireet, London. Consols are at ninety and a quarter. The Obituary of the month includes the Duke of Buckingham. The Rev. J. Rattenbur.y ,ba* been re&ied new President of the Wesleyan Conference. The Ex-Klog of Naples has joined a party of th« Brigand. McFarlane, a member of the...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
Local Intelligenoe. TRADESMEN'S; BALL.-A ba>l, gi»en by a-riumber of tradesmen on the Mouut, came off in Mitchell'* Assembly Room on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 12ib. Up wards of thirty 'ionples grared the ball loom with their presence. The company did not depart ti!l the dawn of day warned them thai it w-'8 time to retire to their re spective ab-des, ODDFELLOW'S BALL.-The anniveisary ball in connection with the* LO.O.F.M.U. rarae off with great spirit on Thursday evening, Sept. 12ih, at the Farmers Inn, the Bras* Band from Portland adding not a Utile to the festivity of the occasion. There were upwards ot jforiy couples present, and duneinj* was kept iij> with animation till datlight, whtn the company d'spersed, highly gratified with their eveniug's eujoy nient. CURIOUS CASE -A strange circumstance has jnsi occurred in couneciion nith black-. CBIIOWS. A gentleman having a oeai^e to add to his museum of natural history, aud doubtless haying an eye to turning an honest penny...
ROBE TOWN. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
HOliE TOWN; (From cur own correspondent.) , . The Kobe Town Rifles continued their classification on. ttie 29 b, 30th and 31st August, the two former days were very boisterous aad unfavourable, in fad; on Friday, * ben firing ft distances from 400 lofKJO yards the run came down so heavily that the target became quite- invisible, the firing had to be discontinued. Target 6 feet by 4 leet. J50 200 250 300y. Tola'. Lieut. Squire 6 3 4 4 17 Corpl. Hobun 6 4 6 6. 22 Private Bax 14 0 1 6 Ci.»tui)er*4 5 ,2 0 .11 Flett 7 2 6 2 17 C. Haltley4 2 4 1 11 G. >#*8^1 1 0 2 4 R. Venn 8 3 5 2 18 11. Venn 1 0 0 2 3 Coke 5 3 5 1 U Mums 3 5 I 1 lQ G. KaUlt-y5 6 5 1 I7 Corpl. Fullm ton 7 5 3 7 22 Private Davey 6 7 3 2 18 ' Gibami 6 1 3 1 II ^Chamber*# ,6 4 . 6 2L-. 5¥ 8'J. 4 5 22 Thoserscuritig l^puiuts-atfd^ upwards pass into second cl&lt;i>8. ?> : Target 6 by 8 feet. 400 500 550 600y. Total Capt. Waiker 7 3 5 - 15 Corpl. Hotson 5 0 0 0 5 Private Gell . 7 3 4 1 15 G. Pauley6 2 3 2 13 S...
FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH, MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEWK'-WESLEYAN CHURCH, MOVLNT GAMB1ER. The corner stone of the New Wesle> a 11 Church was laid on Wednesday laftcrnooti. The weather was exceedingly unfavourable, and no doubt prevented many being pre sent, bin notwithstanding iliU drawback, there weie over 100 persons assembled 10 witness the ceremony. The proceedings were . commenced by singing the 737th hytnn from the Wesley an hymii bu' k commencing " O i thou who ba-t in Zion laid," after which the'Rev. Mr. D. it engaged in pia>er, ail 1 the R v. \i r. Burgess read j art of the 29.h chapter of the first book of Chronicles. Ttjr stone having beta lowvre 1 tnio it* j.Iace, the Rev. Mr. Bur^e-s, pronounced it to be laid for Wesleyan M&lt; tho i»i Church in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy C5ho«j." TherItf.v.H|ci Don then delivered an ad d:ess. He said''The occa-iou on iv'iith wc are assembled;bretheren is one that will he regardarded .as an era id this locality. The loca...
PENOLA. Sept. 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861
PENOLA. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sept. 18th. The weather is as usual about the equinox —has been of a most equally and unpleasant &nbsp; nature ; heavy gusts of wind, rain and hail, and a little sunshine prevailing day after day. &nbsp; Such as it was it seemed almost fat?d that &nbsp; sport should invariably in this neighbour- hood be at loggerheads with the " Cesk of the Weather." Tuesday was set apart for a great meeting at the Inverness Inn (about twelve miles from here) to have a match at the good old game of Sh'nty. Notwith &nbsp; standing the ??uring appearance of the &nbsp; moring, large numbers assembled and sides &nbsp; were chosen respectively by Mr. A. Cameron &nbsp; &nbsp; and Mr A. McEdwardes, and the game re sulted in a tie ; the conquering game in con sequence of the " dissolution" of the ball, not being played out. There was some ex cellent support shown, and every one engaged seemed to enter heart...