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POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon. Esq., S.M., J. Umpherston and E Wehl, Esqrs., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 September 1861

[POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon. E?q., 8.M., J. Un»pner T ,bion and E Webl, Eeqp., J.P. &fr'vMargaiet Casey v. Kandali, tor £2 4s. bd. fcohmcu of wages, Tlie Bcntli decided that plainuJf forit-ii £1, and to pay costs Hugh McFarlane culling timber without   a.licence. Fined 10s. and costs. 1861 v. Crtimao, £29 I7s. 8d. J»dg tuert /or oelendam. : Bouike v. Moggiove, £30. Judgment fpr plaintifl'. defendiinl to pay cost'. l)iG«n v. Smith, £9 5s 3d. Judgment for -plaintiff, defendant to pay coals. , Barfuli v. Young, £3 lOs,^. Adjourned. ' Wallace v. Brist, £4 12s. Judgment f/Dr plsiiiuii for 12»: Costs divided. /."(Johnson v Pouel, £30. Judgment for jplaiitufl for £1? lps.,each(o pay coats. ;i;Eoi«tl v. Jobnton, £9. Judgmrnt for plpiutift'. September 18ih. Charles Smith, fined 5a. for drunkenness.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SEARCH AFTER BURKE BY MR. WALKERS PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

SEARCH AFTER B#RKE BY MR, ! WALKEalYABTYl We liave noticed i%froin lime to time the progress of the measures td opted by the K*ploratiuu,; Committee of the Victorian lUyal Soritfy, for the purpose of searching for M r. Hucke, who left Cooper's Creek with his party on the 16ih;of December last, aud ti -,8 not-since been heard of. Ii will be remembered that Mr. flowilt pro <c«ed8 by «av ol Cooper's Creek, tbat the steamets Victoria and Hoihaui are on their *ay to the~Gu)f of-Carpentaria, and that two laud parties were to be despatched from Queen'land» Hie Rockbampitin 4 Bulletin' of the 34lh of August, states that Mr. Walker's party was to take its departure that moruingr, aod furnishes some particu lars which we deem of sufficient interest to *ubjuin' J* The Queensland Government having contributed £500 towards the expenses of the undertaking, arrangements hsve been made for an additional laud party, to be fitted out under their direction.. 'Jhe lea dership has been, confi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR BURKE'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

r. - T'..; TW* MR RITRTCRS PARTTT ' The following Uiteri with* the particulars of these statements, was read oft Thursday by the Commissioner of Crqivn Lands in the House of Assembly:-^- \ " Wirrilpa, September 12, 1861. " Sir-I have the honour to forwatd the following particulars, gathered from the blacks,; seeming 'o »efer to Mr. Burke and party. A blackfellow railed Sambo, who: has lately come in from Lake Hope, brought tiith him the hair of two while men, which he showed to the cook and siuukman at Tooncatchiri. He 6ays it was given to him by otheijblacks, who told lum that there were white men living much farther out than where he had been. Frank James, one of Mr. Buttler's slcckmen, saw Sambo again on the 6th instant, and tr'ed to get the hair; from him. He had unfortunately given it away to other blacks. James promised him tobacco for it, and he has promised to get it again. Sambo said, that the white men are naked, have no fuearms or horses* but animals which, from his descr...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

AGENT FUH .THE " BORDER WATCH" Peuola; Mr. H. Simps.m.

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NEW ZEALAND. THE GOLD FIELDS. (From the "Otago Colonist.") [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

NEW ZEALAND. AMU! UOLD FIISLDS. (From the "Otago Colonist.") Uood reports continue to arrive from the diggings, One par y got 61 b. of go!d in one day. The purchases, and what has been taken to the battka duiing the week in town have amounted in all to about 900 ounces. The Oscar, from Melbourne, and the Lyu telton, from Lyttelton, and two or three other small vessels from tjie provinces, hwre brought altogether upwards of three hundred diggers. | Some by the Oscar are experienced bauds from Ballarat, Bendigo, and other Australian gold fields. On the whole the arrivals are spoken of very favourably, as being a respect ab'e, intelligent, andI apparently industrious body of men. ' The roads from Dunedin contiaue bad, but with the advance of spring they will rapidly improve, and it is to be hoped that Govern meat wi.l be pble to do something towards making the roads passable in futtfre. The escort-ratfaer a formidable body s arted from town in good order and condi ii6n on Wednesday las...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ENGLISH NEWS, NEWS TO AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

ENGLISH NEWS, j NEWS TO AUGUST 3. Tlie laU-st Dews from America is t«> July 13. The extra sessional Congress met on the 4l» July, The President's message wai stiongly warlike. It demanded 400,000 men and four hundred million dollars to procure the war, that (he contest tiuy l e 'a short utid decisive one." liolli Houses, have passed a Bill authorising the employ ment of 500 0(H) volunteers, and a; propri oting 500,000,000 dols. for the wa . The'" House of Representatives lias passed a Bill authorising a loan lor 250,000.000 dols. Congress has passed a resolution to consider business concerning navnl at-d military appropriations only. All private Bills are to be referred for consideration to next Congress. Bills have been introduced for the repeal of the tariff of 186], and >he adoption if the 1857 tariff, arid also for abolishing all ports of eutry below Baltimore. Gen?ral McCJe lan's division, has attacked the entrenched camp of the Confederates, numbering 2,000 men, at Rich ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

?? A: ^VicnroiuA STEAM MILLS. rine rioui-j per ion .. .. fl5 0 0 Jira 11, per luisiiel .. 0 1 6 j I'oli&rd, do, ... .. 0 1 6 do. by I.0.U ton lot per biuliel. 0 16 Oats do. ,, 1, . 0 5 0 Barley do. .. "0 0 6 Charges lo' crjishing Is, pfer bushel/

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Correspondence RIFLE CLUB. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

i orrespondenee RIFLE CLUB." To, Vie Editor of the Border Watch. Fir-Having lately seen in your advertising ; columns advertisements calling meeting* of the members of our ltifle Club, 1 naturally expected to ;see a rej ort oC th >se. meetings appear in your first issup af'er they were li^ld. But in this 1 have been disappoin ed, a* not a sufficient number to fuim u q io:um cou'd be ' ? got together, a>d therefore }iio\ineVlin^ lja8 I been held. The Secretary jas,' ^believe," re- " signed, 'and I am told that' "ihe clUh'has not *' liquidated every c'aim on' its fofad^p^that: out of about fort > raembe <s o'hlj^t^^^^oz .'£' has been the avtuage weekly practice mpeting, Hh l ^ha^fdP^'tffclast ' feW weeks practiced ring tiasWiril^et&er, - neglected. - This, Sir, is u *ery--ba\i'; 8taie'oy ' thingp, und I hope 'that the members oFthe club/ trill not Uring disgrace u;it>jriMount (Jambier by c<ntin> iog in thrir present a\ a'lie tic line jof co...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

Ai arkets. MOUNT GA MBIER jSTEAM MILLS. Fin«» flour, ppf ion Pollard. [ier Imshfl do. j»«'r ioh liran, «lo. OuiP, per tiusliel . .Crushed do. Bnrlt»y Crushed do. -

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A CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

A CRICKET CLUB. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir-The summer tyeaiher is now coining on, and oo arraugemems have been made fur recreation or enjftjmeni by open air sports; wiih the exception of our uuiuter esiing rifle club ; and knowing ihi*, 1 would - would suggest that a Cricket Clubbe formed at Mount Gambier. Our Penola friendi have shown us a goo I example, and I think that were we to follow it by forming a Club here we t-h >uld soi>n take some laurels from them. ' .... . Hoi inc. Sir. that vou will insert these fear > . -.-J -- CJ, lines, w . ¥ I remain, your", &c.; FAIRY.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

TC^?CtoESFC>N^|;NTS. It is desirable that communications should be short arid.pithy; lengthy articles, do net suit our spree; matters of local interest are most acceptable. ,.... - No notice,can.be takrn of anonymous com munications. All articles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the naive and address of.the writer-notas a " sine qua .win'" f. rpublica tion,but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspoi dent? are particularly requested to write on one side of the paper only.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

r HE '' BORDER WATCH" is published, c I. ^very Friday morning at lo o'jlock. ' ~ SUBSCRIPTION' I Ft> the quarter, paid id advance . , £0 '. S^-'O^ Tbrms OF ADVERTISING:- ? First 8 Jjnes orjinckoXlJ^pe ^ Every additional Hue . .* ... 0 0 S\>:' Advertisements under 8 linev «. 0 3 0\.' Discount on advertisement ordered for 3 months .. .. ... 25 per fcenU' Ditto for six mrnths .«. . .. 50 per'ci&T. Shipping advertisements, each ... "0^ 4' '0 ' i Advertisementsi;for Business Dir*c- ' r t tqry.^per aaautn . .. , 1 0 Advertisements inserted orer the 'f j leader are charged- .;, .I j First 5 lines . ; .. .. 0 6 0 > Each additional line .. ;0 I O V It i$ requested that adfcrtisement*/to secure \ their insertion, be sen t in as early as possible*5 r and at the latest not later th*n 6 o'clackon -'£. Thursday evening. Orders lor the alteration or withdrawal of advertisements moat be in writing, i and sent in . not later than 2 o'clock on %)7: Wednesday preceding the day of publ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MR. STUART'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

MR. STUART'S RETURN, Our readers will, we are sure, b«' glad to hear,-On what may be considered good uu:lm« . iilv, that r. Stuart and Iris party lia*e re- - tutn'd; in safety . after haYiii£ successfully accomplished their trip across the conl-nenu On Thursday afternoon a telegram, recuired'. " ty the Hon. J. H. B rrow, via Claire, from Mr. Alfred June*, ofMelrnse, wasread i« | the House ul Assembly, It stated th tt Air. Jones had, on the previous day, seen Mr.. . Stuart and Mr. Woodfordc on th'^r way to ; Port Augusta to embark on board the steamer Lubra for Adelaide; that thev had sucitf& fuHy crossed the continent, hstvia^ only been."' two days wit'out water, and that the pa ty . hqd tcturned^all welt. This-announcement was received by the House with loud chee;?*. and has naturally created a very pleasui*abju4 . excitement in town. Mr. S oari anJ pittf' H took tliei-" departure from Chambers'* Creek i on the 2nd ot January, and?the. last inforttia*., lion received from t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

f*3UTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. ;WP.Wt': VHUINf ;&C...: 5 flour, fine, per ton cfj.. 2,000 Ibe., at ilie Porl,L,..---, bagsincluded.,£13 0- »)- 13 5 .0 Wheat, in town .i....^ . 0 ? 5- ? 3 v 6-5 0 Wheal, at i&e port, for 1,000 bushel ots, wi:h outbaga............ o" 5 C 0 .5 7 Bran, per fiusUel of 20 lbs. at the Port, bags included'. .. 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 lbs.. 0 .1 3 5 Hay, per ion ..... ... . 2 10 . 3 0 0 Do . pressed,'atjhe Port, per ton."4 0 0 4 5 0 Oats, Cape, per bushel v of 40 lbc., without bags 0 3 0 0.3 3

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

General JSews SQUATTING AND THE TELEGUAPH -As far as Australia is pondered, ve m.»J uow lake, it for granted (hat a submarine line ' "lung the east coast is superadded, a »4 thai and lines mil stretch to ilie Gulf ofCar entaria, if riol beyond/ Two years ago e prospects . of jBtich a line seemed remote, from the abaenge of, colonisation in the far north. ;%ut{ pastoral occupation, sti'l, as ever, the pioneet of Australian civil] ation has bten It'Uerly m< king grrat strides in that direction. , Our correspondence Irom Queensland, shows that since the opening of Port Deuison and the pn$ainatioii of the district of Kennedy, squatters' have been spying ont^be coijiitry in tlj« valley of the Burdckin, .and^haye /ascertained^ that the upper and northern^portion b^ it is admira bly filled forVsheep. Runs art? being taken out, andslack Will be gradu% forwarded to that locality^ rsThe , high table land in which the Burdeklu takes its r£e will, before very long, 61 sheep, and from...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1861. OUR REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

THE w^V'W. -mmui, n ' g Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1861; : - *_ ? ,f ? i y fa OUR REPRESENTATIVES.4 Now that there is a near prospect of the South Eastern District returning two mem lerstothe Legislative Assembly, we wish to take time by the forelockand express our de 8ir$ that such an arrangement may be effected judiciously and harmoniously. We earnestly hope that there will be no contest, and that we shall be.spa- el the unpleasantness of having to record any local political wrangling. We trust that no stumbling block will be thrown in the way of a peaceful and harmonious, ad justment of the representative question. A proposal has been made however, in several quarters,. to divide the district into a pastoral division and an agricultural one^ each to return jts own member. We beg' to protest against such a division as open to all the grave objec tions commonly] urged against class legislation. It is perfectly trae that the pastoral and agri cultural in...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

i Enteral' - Bnsiness IflEDB Proprfctprfof the «. Border Wateh^' .; UjVol M ofc«tv Gambier, thai he.is now. pre- , j$p4& e*«c« le .Order*. lor Evenj^^cr i pt ioiig ^j^riniiAg^omprising Potffii^t^ndHand> «p^l^piir;h^^8t:s:Gir?olar8i:->-'lBu8)nes8:v^tt>i3:::r ViJiaiijo^Caidfl, -Ball and' Concert--Tickets hnd v #r|»araniiCe8,CataIogues,PQmphlcts,Receipt Chequebooks, Law Forms, Labels, &c , '^^fjlMlatiaeiS'aad dispatch. £1| ^ottnt Uambscr, April .26 1861. b6ot AND SHOE MAKER. ' - RBJNEXLE, Boot and Shoe, Maker, ,-i t\* >}>Sgs to inform the inhabitants of Ml. f*Q*mbier, that he has now on Sa-'e in the pre Tmises.adjoiniug Air. John . Tuite's Store,. a Colonial; and English ^Jiiooi*and Shoeti/of the best description, which -$$|js'riow Setting at veiy Modeiaie Piices. ^rders ,of Boots or lte|airs will j^iiCiually attended to. 12cm , V, P E N O L A. ? MOUSE bees to'notify to the in - " i rbabnants of PENOL \ and surmu»n1 AMIS,^district**, that-she has opened a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

Local Intelligence. , Thb NATiVESir-Mr.. ligun, "the. Crown Hanger;* h&s beetr authcimed . tir^ makr inquiry into the wants of the blacks in tl is nei(ihbof.rhOi)t,f and to provide medical and j.ther comforts for such aei require ihem.f Ills inquiries, however, shew that there are now deplorably few to provide for, atidv that disease has cairied off a considerable number during the last six or twelve months. in a frw years an aborf^iital will be a rauiy in this part of the.colony, and not only humanity,' but policy require* tliht we should try and save fiom prema* lute death (he few who remain. It is, however, extremely difficult to uo nny thing for ihem, especially for those of i»i pratory habit?, and who refuse to be do mesticated at any particular station. If they receive a blanket it is taken an ay or giveo away accoiding to the customs of the tribx 8. The sick or nices4il«us will give away the -com'oris sjecially provided for them to 'others less necessitous; and if rem...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Telegraphic News Adelaide, Sept. 26, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

? - r|>.« TelegraphicNIJWS Ade aide, Sept. 26, 1861. The Governor does not accede to the re quest of memorialists to dissolve parliament, in tbe case of Jodge Boothby. Stuar, the explorer, has retu'ned, al'l safe. A number of his friends and admirers prevented him with a gold medal to day.

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General News [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861

DARING CASE OF STICKING UP NEAR SUTTON GRANGE.—On Thursday evening about six o'clock, Mrs. Rundell, of the Ram's Horn Hotel, near Sutton Grange, was in the bar, in which were also the serv- ant girl and a man servant named Paddy, when three men, armed with pistols, entered the house, and threatened them, if they   made the least noise they would blow their brains out. They then secured them with some cords to chairs that were in the bar, and proceeded to ransack the house. The landlord, who had been absent at some little distance from the house, soon after this re-   turned, when one of the men met him in the yard, and made him also fast by cords. Shortly afterwards three bullock-drivers— whose teams were camped in the vicinity— called at the hotel, and they were served   in a like manner. The robbers then pro- ceeded to ease the parties of their money.   From the bullock-drivers they took altoge-     &...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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