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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861
DIED. —At East Strathdownie, Victoria, on the 23rd instant, at the early age of 28, &nbsp; Mrs. Mary Macarthur, wife of Mr. Archibald McEachern, late of Pentland. A consistent Christian, an affectionate wife and a stedfast friend, she was esteemed and beloved by all who knew her. Few had more friends, more &nbsp; fewer enemies. Her end was peace. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 27 September 1861
LUCIFER, JERSEY'S Groom is informed that the S. A. Stud book is'manuscript, conse quently lie cannot have even one volume to March ihrouuh. ' * LUCIFER . is got by -ibe lateMr.Yan sittari'* im pour ted horse 'LUCIFER'out of a mare of the same blood (full or half sister) ~ as the celebrated horse , ; "MERINO." IMPORTANT NOTICE / FOR SALE, Section; No, 16, near this Township, adjoininp; Mr. A. South's Paddock, and the government road running to the Blue Lake; well known as C. Blume's Property. The above Section will be sold in Small Allotments to suit purchasers. . Terms One-half Cash, the remainder for a few years, at 10 per cent; interest. Title, a Land Grant. Apply to 23 5 C. BLUME. NOTICE. IpOR, SALE, threeatlotmentg of land, No. ^ 15* 16, 17, situated in the very best . business position-in the township ^of Mount Gambier-rfronting Commercial Road. Apply to ' 23 24 WILLIAM LOR1MER. > IMPOUNDED by G* Glen, Esq., J.P. JL 1 grey mure HS, 4 under, near shoulder i grey entire same b...
ENGLISH NEWS From the "Adelaide Chronilicle." [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
ENGLISH NEWS From the .' Adelaide Cbro&icle/' Popular agitation continues in Poland. On the 21st (Jul> ?) great crowds of peo ple a*semb'ed before the residence of the English Consul aud depo*i ed bouquets of flowers, amid shouts oi " Long Live Queen Victoria." These bouquets are offered to the British nation as a grateful acknowledg ment ot its sympathy for Poland. The po lice made thfir appeaaiice after the crowds had dispersed. A funeral service was celebrated on the following day in all the ehurches of Warsaw in honor of the late Prince Adam Czartdryski.' AH business was suspended. The Archbishop officiated in the cathedral, . On entering his carriage the people unharnessed the horses/ and then dragged it to his residence. ; A great crowd followed. Lord Herbert,'the Minister of War, has resigned on account of ill health. His re-: lirement has iuvolved vatious shiftihgs in the Cabinet. Parliament is likely to be prorogued on the 6th of August. There have been debates i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
SECOND MATCH. For Members of the Association. ' Distances, 400, 500 and 600 yard;. Target 0 feet by 6 feet. Five rou-'ds each mail at each distance. Any rifle to be used. ' Fust prize £ Second prize £ . En'rarica fee 5s. ? » ... ; . THIRD MATCH - LADIES PRIZE For Volunteers residing in South Eastern District who are membei8 of the Association. Distances 200 and 500 yards. Target 6 feet by 4 feet. Five rounds each wan at each dis tance. Enfield Rifles only to be used. First pi iz«' jE Second piize £ Entrance fee.'2s. 6d. FOURTH MATCH. RIFLE DERBY. Open to all Comers. Distances 200,400 and 600 yards. Target for 200 yard?, 6 feet by 4 feet-f.jr 400 yards" and 600 yards, 6 fe-1 by 8 feet.;. Five" rounds i&ch man at each distance. Any Rifle to be used. . . ! ' 5 " ' ? " Fifft prize J, Second prize 3-tenths, Third prize 2-t nths. - Eutrauce tee for members of the Association, | 5s. Entrance for other* 21s. FIFTH MATCH. Fur all winners of prizes in four preced ing matches,aud also ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
| HE BORDEll WATOH." ispublished ' I. ivery Friday morning at 10 o'clock. ; f SUBSCRIPTION^ Ft» the quarter, paid in adrance .. dSO 8t0- . Terms OP'' ADvBausiJiti:--.. First 8 lines or inch of space £o 3 0 . - Every additional line .. ..003 " ] ! Advertisements under 8 line-*, ..,0 3 0 i Discount on advertisements ordered r for 3 montiis .. ...; 2d per cent, . Ditto for six nunths... . . ; 60 per cent* y Shipping advertisements, each ... 0 ifo. Advertisements for Business Dir»»c~ ? - j tory. per annum ... .'1 o ^0 ; Advertisements-inserted over bite . f . leader are charged- v.. - '(????? First 5 lines .. .» 0 5 0 Each additional line ? 0 10 j It is requested that advertisements, to secure .! - their insertion, be sent in as early as possible* > : ttrid at the latent not later than 5 o'clock on T J Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration or withdrawal of advertisements must be in writing : and sent in not later than 2 o'clock on the } . Wednesday ptfeeding the day of publicat...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
General News. j UPPERMEHOQGOIDKIELD 8.-The "Mudgee Liberal" says We have bem informed by a grnilemnti who visited Hie diggings, on Wednesday that, a though the jjruun I was opened oil Monday Usvbnut 80 diggers were then at work, and numbers left Mudgee yesterday lor the same place. We are iufurmed that a in Air has alrea ly come into town with three, pounds weight* ! of tile prtcious meiai aad we can vouch for j&r the trudr of the repou. Several paries are about electing sto.ts and public houses; an-i there appears to be every probability of a lush. OFF TO OTAGO.-By this morning's Queen another batch of about a dozen left Portland for the New Zealand diggings. We have now lost /rem our population, by this cause alone, some forty or fifty duriug the last fortnight or three weeks.-Portland Chronicle. A PLEA FOR THE CHINESE-Furiy-five ministers of religion, residing in Sydnry and its suburl's (>ays the S. M Herald ba^e join, ed sn ihe publication of a spirited and able prote...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is dfsirahlethatcommunications should be 6horfand pithy; lentj'liy ariicles do.not. suit our space; matters of local interest are most accepiab'e. ' No notice can be* taken of anonymous com munications. All articlfS sent for insertion must be au'Uenticatfd by the naire and address of the writer--not as a " sine qua now f» r publica tion, butas a guaranteed goodfaith; Correspoi dent? are rariicularly requested o write on one side of the paper only.
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. THE VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
THE ; mmm mm Published every Friday morning: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. THE .VOLUNTEERS. THE Times Correspondent, writing lately from Melbourne, exults in the fact that Vic toria is now, destitute of regular. troops in consequence of the war in New Zealand, and states that such are the numbers and profi ciency of the Volunteers that regular troops are no longer required in this country. "With that overweening confidence in the sufficiency of Volunteers for the "defence of the colonies against invasion from without, and rebellion from withib, he succeeds in inspiring, the Times himself, who has an able lead?r on tho,subject, it would be somewhat surp is ingthat the leading journal should thus have endorsed the sentiments of his correspondent, were it not for the. fact that the same inordi nate opinion of the volunteers is now gener ally cherished in England and Scotland. It is strange tliat intelligent" me^"T)d"tIi. in Lon don and Melbourne, should so ignore the sol emnly recorded, o...
Correspondence SEPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
( orrespondeuee SEPARATION. To the Inhabitants of the South Eastern District; per favor of '« Border Watch." | * Fellowcolonista -The subject of Separation has during the last few month*, been more or I less brought under your notice by the inha- ' bitanta of the Wes'ern District of the sister colony-Victoria: and now that the subject has (or ought to have) been considered by every one interested, peihap* you will al.ow mp. an unknown, isolated " Fuify," to have triv "say" in the matter. The residents of the Western District of Victoria have for a long time back been com p'aining (and not without reason) that their government has so very grossly neglected their district and ignored their claims upon tlie public revenue. They sav, " We have" memorialised the Parliament and Governor, and have a&lt; agitated, agitated,agitated,"; until our patieuce is almost exhausted, and' now one-one only-way is left open to 'us by . which we may, in part at least, have our Wt^l^redressed,- o...
SET A BEGGAR ON A HORSE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
SET A BEGGAR ON A HORSE. ; . Tojhe Editor of ike.Border Watch. .: .; j Sir- AL'liere is acertatutMass utj^enpie who, totally ignorant of any of the jULnbiites. of Tnj»h, -Honfs'y, or Jusice, upon reaeh.n#a. certain 8*a'u& in soc cty by a system -of praise worthy perseverance, consider th;u the height they have attained is a sufficient renscti fur thetr igitornp t've mean* in others by-"liich tfteir own positiin was acquired. .That is »o ?say, ilie lanour, which o them ha&lt; been sn profiable, seeins, scen iluou^h another me cium. tfUhw.uurftb e. The toil anil thesiu.;* (»le .which- has ra-setl 'hem fiom amid vtluir. felj«»v s burdens their hearts so-fiat t'icy turn itiddFere.nt'y; from o'hers who-e lot is as theirs was This cla*s of.people is to he found" chitfly among women, 'especially ihosc who, luivjug cast off he chrypa'ts of l&lt;tb .u-*, have inn on" the'butterfly glories, of an assumed lddyiMn,. norCiMiu-utf-AHh iitriviuQC to dp h&lt; i duty ...
OUR REPRESENTATIVES. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
OUR JKttPRESBNTAilVES. To the Editor of the Border Watch. iSir-Regarding >our leader of ihe 27th inst., under the a' ove heaoing, I beg to rematk that while ! agree with ^ou as tc the possibiii'y ol this district being properly represented by two members re turned bj the whole, and also that Mr. . liaivker would answer as one ol such, 1 most desiredly difier. uiih you 09 10 the cause of the opposition offered to or raised against Mr. Hawker ai (he last election. The cause of (bat opposition arose, not from any impression thai that genthm&n could not sympathise with the Agricultural pop** uiaiion as you affirm, but fi&lt;in the fact that, he haci^i.at in ihe Legislature of the Province forget Parliamentary term without the district receiving an} benefit ihtough his exertion, or from the govniimcnt of that day, and (bis to, whilebelieve upwards of two hundred thousand pounds of the proceeds of Crown Lands of this district was carried away and expended in interest on...
To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,-I am glad that your-correspondent *'Fair) "has mooted the forniaiion of a f Cricket CJub amongst us, considering the j number wbo would in all probability 6e willing to join in so manly and invigorating 1 an exercise. I trust that no lime" will be loBt in establishing sucb a Ciub at Moan Gam bier, the more e specially as the seaion, may be said to have already commenced;:. A Cricket ^lub would in no degree intei fere with our Rifle Corps- indeed th$ very nature of the game of Cricket ivould seem to render its amateurs more capable of taining with credit the profession of arms. - _ I regrrt that your correspondent did not in hts letter to you suggest some time and place at* which those favourable to his pro* position might have met for ils coosrdrra lion. Unfortunately some time inuu elapse before 'Fairy' can now do so, and with (ha view ofsa*ing time he will,prrhips allow me 10 suggest, that a meeting of those willing to join in the formation ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
SOOTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, .&c. flour, fine, per ton or 2,000 lbs., at the Port, begs included ......£13 0 .0 13 5 0 Wheat, in town ....... 0 5 3 5 5 0 Wheat, at ike port, for 1,000 bushel, ots, with- , . out bags 0 5 .6 0 5 7 Bran, per hushel. of 20 . - v 1 lbs. at the Port, bags included .. 0 1 0 0 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 . lbs .i. 0 t 3 ® 5 Hay, per ton ..... ... 2 10 3 0 0 Do, pressed, et the Port, - . per ton ........v.» 4 0 0 4 5 0 Oats, Cape, per bushel' of 40 )bs.t without bags 0 3 0 0 3 3
MACDONNELL BAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
MACDONNELL BAY RACES. These races came off according to an- nouncement on Monday last. The wea- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ther was all that could have been desired - exceedingly fine. The course selected was &nbsp; a piece of ground distant about three miles from Macdonnell Bay; and was in every way adapted for a race-course; but, if any thing, too heavy for light horses. There was a good muster of horsemen, and no &nbsp; lack of pedestrians, there could not have been less than two hundred persons present, and with the exception of a few cases of colonial "lambing down" the whole affair passed off quieily and without accident. &nbsp; Mr. Randell acted as starter, Mr. Hull as Clerk of the Gourse;; and both acquitted themselves to the satisfaction of all. The &nbsp; following is flhe result of the days racing:- TOWN PLATE. Of 25 sovs. Open to all Horses. &nbsp; Heats, one mile and a half. Three year olds to carry 7st 12lb; 4 y...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
Local Intelligence. FURIOUS RIDING. - A pa'agraphon thi^l subject appeared in our last, afitl -weHftfrt that the hint will not be lust in the proper;1:., quarter. Now that the main roads in the .. township are dry, we aie u;$ain threatened wwh.a uu'saiiee far more serious, becau*e it is a dangerous one, than the ma t and . water ol the. past dreary winter. - -So long as (here was deep mud it was-uut of the pone- of drunk men lo gallop at^tnad ap^ed through the township, s i ws hare not hail IO\ouiplaiu on the subject forborne mmitbs hack. Biu tlie neciies of lust «hm« mer are . Iresli in. our rec»)llretio,if an I we . often wondered whit the police ware ubo'li. wheii Q ir itdiimsj »horouti»ila!e was fre quently converted into a raw co irse. We 4»ive iiur-po iee force fu'1. credit fur vigilant attention to duty Where lint duty i-idetin-d by the Act, hut surely they o'.uhi to be&lt;il lowed by the authorities to have some dis» creiian beyond the mere letter of theiriu sTuctinn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
DIED. —At East Strathdownie, Victoria, on the 23rd insianf, at the early age of 28, Mrs. Mary Macarthur, wife of Mr. Archibald McEachern, late of Portland. A consistent Christian, an affectionate wife and a stedfast &nbsp; friend, the was esteemed and beloved by all who knew her. Few had more friends, none fewer enemies. Her end was peace. DIED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At Mount Gambier, on the 28th inst., of pneumonia, Ann, youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cock, aged 14 years and 9 months. &nbsp; DIED. At Port Macdonnell, on the 16th ult., &nbsp; Benjamin James, only son of Mr. Benjamin &nbsp; Beasley, of Macdonnell Bay. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 4 October 1861
- : - JOB PRINTING. '' * 9 MPbS^ vIVisiiif^Catdffj'Ba'l and Concert Ticket sand . SkSSS^^ ^y^jgfqiie.boblcs. Law Forms, Labels, &c, -.^irti^l^ttf^san^dwpatcli- ?. ;- ^Motim Uatnbie^ April 26 1861. . . ViBOOT ANP SHOEMAKER. / /*'., RELNERE, Boot and Shoe Maker, . 4oi ...,'beffs. to inform the iuhabranis of Mt. tS^G®n»bi?r,^liat ha has now on Sa|'e in the pre ; vtn»es adjoining Mr. T.ulte ^ ^°r«!i\'ch - Larbe Assortment W Colonial and English \ Bouts and Shoes, of ihe beat, description, which lie is now Sel'.inp; at very -Moderate Prices, t*, ^ A» Orders for New Boots or Kejairs will Ufeipuactually uyended to. Wcm V,, ' P E N O L A. & 'itffrltS. MORSE teas to notify to the in -v^J^habiianisof PENOLA and surround ^ insV^iltrict. that she has opi ned a Servant» -/ Office, i«nd t-u-ts by caie and.aiwn f ".tion in iiieeiing the demand* ol the publ e, to jMriJjheir support. ' n> NATIONAL irCl O.OL. PORTLAND. tfJjiGi'i)m51 odAtjon FOR BOARDERS. »!"* DUNBAR begs io Inform ...