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"WARDER" AGAIN. (From Bell's Life in Adelaide.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

" WARDER *' AGAI&. ? (From Bell'* Life in Adelaide.) Our readers will remember our publica tion lately pf a most -atile letter, addressed to the Rev. C. hpurgsori* through the columns of the . Sunday Tiroes, and signed " Warder.'* The fame powerful pen is again at Work as seen by the fo lowing letter, published in the 1 Sunday Times 'of July 28r " «. To tab EARL RUSSELL, EG. ** My Lord--Do I anticipate your boo* ours ? Then, ia addresain6 vou thus pro minently, I do but pay you a mp>e pleasing compliment. As I gazed upon you atlhe '.Ooilrihall, on Tuesday I traced in every feature of your face and io every attitude of vour body, thesatisfaction with which you regard yourself in your new dis li- ctions. When you folded your arms over Tour chest, ydn did i> a» though jou would say,11 am a great >*tat aroati.' When yoti bowed to your constituents, from whom you were taking a by n«» means s< rrowful farewell, you did it viih an assumption of dignity which see...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN THE AHMY. FROM a return to the House of Commons, ob tained on the 'motion of Sir W. Ytrjier, WP glean some statistical information of interest respecting the distribution of the sums voted in the Army Estimates of 1859 and 1860 for .religiousinstruction to the army at humeand in India. The return includes ihe names of the commissioned or other permanent chap lains and assistant .chaplains to the forces, with the amount of their respective salaries and allowances, and the religious denomin* ations to which they re«pec'ively belong. The allowances.''of officiating clergymen for performing Divine Service to the mi itary a home and abroad, and for religious books, have, been as follows during the last two years":'- Officiating clergymen-Great Bri tain, 1859, £7,224; I860. £8 026 Irelaod 1859, £3,084 , i860, £3,638 Abroad, 1859 £5,635 j i860, £5,976. Chaplains to the Forces, 1859, £23,997 } 1860, £27,312. Chapel clerk", 1R59, £380 ; i860 £494. Religious books, 18...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent) Oct. 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

MOSQUITO PLAINS; , (From our own correspondent) Oct. 5,1801, ' We believe the Post-office here changes hands in a,few day*. Mr, H. Horsefall, clerk of Court beings appointed to that office, Mr. Jones resigned. It wilt be fresh in the recollection of many of your readers that a Dr* .Smith, tutor ia the family-of Mrs. tiajrailton, Bringalbert, left this township last summer, -and mysteriously disappeared in the: bush. No doubts were then entertained. but. that the unfortu nate man bad perished miserably, and this feeling is now. strengthened , by ihe discovery of the eoat and cap, and several papers; be> longing to the missing man, half , way between the stations i f Mr. Jones and Mr. AfflickV, Search was made in theVicinity for tlie body but as yet without result. . The school here was examined last Friday by the Rev. D< MacCalman and several members of the school Committee, The fol lowing is the ezaminors reportHaving examined this school to-day, we^ have to jet port t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOLA LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, 1st October, 1861. Present—G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M., Chairman, H. Seymour, Esq., T. A. Wells,.Esq, T. Scott, Esq., J.P.'s, The Church Disputs. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

. EENOLA" LOCAL COURT. S'i t [ Tuesday, 1st October, 1861* - Present-G, B. Scott, Esq., S.M., Chairman, "i H. Seymour, Esq., T. A. Well?, .E*q , T. E^q., J.P.s ' ~v l'~: 1 The Church Disput". 1 V Coleman v. Gladstone. foiled4«o produce a«y ^vit»e83 to proife hi* &"ind the Bench consequently d«,n.»ed u. Plaintiff to pay cosii; defendant i Gladstone ». OMm-. -Ayas charged on an mfprmatio t w;*k |%s*£rSSS3 Cbarch. ...nate rf Penola, »n c (jjnj,tone 10 the! possession oftne ? fnleman and that he, the said Al'an Clarke uoieman, unlavffuli# with force and arms and will. Sjing halfd, does still-hold and retain posses* Sot the Mid ChUrch contrary to the form of the ilatute io«iich case made and provided, '"''',f''*'l^^del(Biidkut,-'|fleadBdjiot-guiltyk < . " G :Gladstone, 8v»om-I ana a storekeeper, ^esiaiiis hi mm On : the^ening of the iflth August, Mr.' Coleman did with an axe br&V nnd-forcibly enter the Church of Pe nole," S»liich was given into my charge by the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MR. STUART'S RETURN. From the "Weekly Chronicle." [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

MR. STUART'S RETURN. ' From the " Weekly Chronicle." Mr. Sioartreturned to Adelaide on Sept. 22, liaving arrived from Port Augusta per Lubrm. fchortly after midnight. Mr. Smart was met at tlie steamer by Captain Hart and" Dr. Woodforde, whose son, Mr. J. Wood forde^ accompanied Mr. Stuart, . The patty proceeded at once to town, arriving at Mi; Chambers*® residence in North Ade laide about 4 a.m. Both gentlemen are in excellent health and spirits, and seem to hate suffered nothing from the eflects of their long and perilous journey. They, report the remainder cfthe party in equally good health, and the horse* in capital con dition. In reference to aoy particulars of Mr. Stuart's 'journey; which we may now give, it is necessary to stale that nothing was done yesterday to brirg up the journal | or plans 5 and as no communication was held with the Government respecting them, Mr. Stuart was under some restraint as to what information he should make public, fFrom himself and other souices...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Published every Friday morning. THE BORBER WATCH. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. THE SICK MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

/ .. , Published every friday.morning. - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. . THE SICK MAN. Iris usual for a spectator, who desires to ob tftin njnst conception of the position and out lines of some great building, to. view it from a distant elevation. The laws of vision are such that a more ^erroneous estimate may be formed irom being too near an object, ana obtaining a too minute? and detailed acquain tance with it/ than from contemplating it at, too great a distance*. 'What is true in optics . is often also true in politics. It frequently ihoppensihat statesmen even of eminent , tal ent and matured experience may err in their judgments concerning the disorders .of the* body politic just because they look ait these? *an ? detiul and.are preventedhjr th?ir veiy - -an&'philosophical' |u^^ntiiiice^i^v''i^jKu ' It moreover happens that statesmen greatly :; err in their vaticinations for want of great' principles, to guide their judgment ; whi'e' private inuiduals, haying not a tithe' ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Telegraphic News. Thursday Evenings, 7 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

Telegraphic News. Thur»iiaj Evenings 7 o'clock.* The foHowng.are the m«mber»c«nnpus . " iog the new ministry: ; . . - Chief Secreiary~Wuieihoujuft^ Tfeiiirer-* -A /V, - Public Woiks-Satato* ' : : Crowa Landa-Miiorehuu*e , ^ Gawler* AUorney-Geoeral, without aitat - in the House* Majority of seven in tbeHou»e ojfAsscm* | bly for rembvial of Justice. Boothby.:

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

Local Intelligence. H0R8B STEALING.-A correspondent at Mosquito Plains informs us that a number of horses have lately been stolen from that place, and ot» Monday night two inures were stolen from.that township. The thieves broke into Mr. William Macintosh's stable at Merino Inn, and stole a horse the property of a commercial gentleman from Melbourne, besides two sadd'ea. Thev also took a hor»e belonging to a carrier that was tethered close bv. Ths police; slatted on Tuesday morning in pursuit oflhe thieves, and we do hope they may .succeed in cap* turing the scoundrels. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE.-Where does it | dwell? Has it reached Portland, or how can it be known? Is it one man or many meu ? : When ; Flying CUilJe -(Childers) took '. frcuch leave'' he. said good bye only to one man-the others -were beneath his notice. Mr. Haines is now overhauling his wings for a small flight, and the magnates are nrratigiiig for his successor,.as ;cold-. b]obdcdly as if the" peoplfe liaji* Vo^hing to do ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. From Our Own Correspondent. Adelaide, October 9, 1861. SIR DOMINIC DALY, THE NEW GOVERNOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT LOSS OF 23 LIVES. GREAT BATTLE IN AMERICA. DEFEAT OF THE SOUTHERNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

~ A R IVAI, OF THE JSNGLISH From Our Own Cortespondenu ' -'V. -- ?? ?. * - .. ^ Adelaide, October 9j 1861. SIR DOMINIC DALY,-THiEk NEW ' GOVERNOR- OP SOUTH AUSTRALIA. FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY ACCIDENT LOSS OF 23 LIVES.: / GREAT BATTLE IN AMERICA. DEFEAT OF TfiF"SbUTfifelfcNfcRS, Tbe English Mail arrived ib Melbourne on Tuesday afternoon. The Balclutba, with the South Adstratian portion of tlje mail, did not arrive in Adelaide tjU about midnight. The SaUette had noj reached the Sountl, and the Balclutba had reached there only three hours before the Benares left. Sir Domioic Daly succeed* Sir R. 'G Macdonnell as new Gosctrnor . of bomb Australia. ^ ^ There has been a frightful railway acci dent at the'-Tunnel), Bri^h'on (England), at which about 23 were killed. Miss Catherine Hayes is dead. There is ve"fy littl«fne*s of any import ance.- - . H er M ajeaty, U»e Prince Consort, Priuce Alfred, Princess Alice and Helena- have visited Dublin. Their reception was enthu siastic. - Dr. Baring has be...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

POLICE COURT. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. Browning v.. Hellyer: malicious injury to stable. The case was dismissed, as it did' not appear (hat plaintiff had any right to the property, i'1 Browning v. Hellyer: the defendant **as bound over to keep the peace towards plaintiff for the space of six months in bis own recognizance for £50, Clodev. Hellyer; assault. Defendant was fined £1 and costs. » Hellyer v. Clode: assault. The case was disnaisaed, defendant to pay costs..

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

AGENT FOR; THE " BORDER WATCH : Penola; 'Mr. H. Simpson.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLOSING OF ROADS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

CLOSING OF, RO^DS MEETING. This meeting came oft in the Large Room at the.Farmers Inn, About 200 far mers and others interested were present, Mr. W. Paltridge was voted to the chair. The Chairman in opening the proceed ings, read the placard convening the meet ing, and remarked that he hoped all would conduct themselves quietly and orderly, that they would give a fair hearing to both aides ofi t be qu^iion,TheJ;had doubl e«a all read the notice in the""?? Adelaide Observe?" signed by Mtssra.W. J. and J. H Browne, and Charles B. Fis-her, viz , that they will apply la two Ju tices of the Peace at the L'cal Cou t House, Adeluide, to o^en and close certain roads* they were also aware that the closing ol those roads, some were about fiL miles, , tbat Messrs. liroivn and Fi her were goi.sg to give about 2 miles. That ^herchains ofofopse .road's would cause :: sat iJW?tttcoi8i>y|ytt>fl» . loss off tim«v {bear,- hear);iu having fo- travel a dis tance «1 from 4 to 8 miles to get on the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOLA. October, 6th 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

PENOLA October. 6lh I860, The weather still remains very squally and unsettled,'heavy showers end ihim *er and lightning being in'tbe Ascendant.f . Mr. Riddock> from Geelong, who has purchased the run ofs Mrssrs Wells, lias arrived with his family, and the shearing has commenced, the station bieing in full .activity, and a 4arge number of bands eat' ployed under the able superintendence of Mr. McLean. There is7110 talk of shear ing at any other station 111 the ueighbourr hood at present. 1 have to notice the arrival in this town* ship of Mr, Pack hard the Government Surveyor who has arrived here in place of Mr. Brooks,lately transferred tp the.North-' on tbe Trigonometrical Survey.-. . . Mr. Cattaracb, has also arrive^ (rwn Mosquito Plains to be a resident aitoaifttr us, and will, no doubt, obtain amount, of tbe Private Surveyiug id; ifcjj; neighourhood. _v 1 hear from good authority that Mr. Goyder,the Surveyor-General, M r. HaV»iffi the late Attorney *Gene'al and «ome' other ge...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT RIFLE ASSOCIATION. v PATRON: His Excelled ry Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell C.B, VICE-PATRON;-. The Hon. George C. ilawkei , M,P. HONORARY COMMITTEE. George Oicerod. Esq., J P. C. P Brewer. Esq., S.M. R. G; Prcle, Esq., J.P, . J.t. Lyon. E«q , S.M. . G, B. Scott, Esq , S.M. Henry Jones, Esq., J.P. Hi Seymour, Esq., J.P. Ex cutive Committee. Alex- Grace, E«q., J.P. Capt. Walker, Itobe Volunteer Rifles. Lieut. Squire. do,7, Mr, John Evans do. Mr. A.J. Birks, do. A- number of persons in the South, Eastern District who are desirous ot cultivating tfae use of the Rifle have resolved themselves into an Association called the " South Eastern DiHtrict Rifle Association." ; JChe necessity for such an Association in the'Suuih Eastern District is owing' to the dUj&flce ;from Adelaide and other places isHey&xip'pi rtuniiies are offered for friendly ma<chfcs and trials of skill i«» the use of the Ltifle beiweeu different llifle Companies and o her...

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 — 11 October 1861

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS; l?ine flour, per ton Pollard, |>£r liushfcl , do./ per ion Bran, , -v do. : ' OaJ*| i|er tmshel. ^Crushed! 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 — 11 October 1861

General Business. JOB PRINTING. a fl ^HE' Proprietor. of the ''Border Watch '[ . A.. .beg*," to infprra the residents of the Dis frict of Mount Gambier, that he is now pre« pared lij execute Orders' for Every Descri pi i on "wf Job'jffjin^TOg,' comprisiog Potting and Hand Bills,, Bill-heads. Circulars, Business and ' Visiting (Tarda," Ball aad Concert Tickets and ri 0grainnaet,Galal6sjues>,Pamphieis, Receipt and Cheque-books, Law Forms,- Labels, &c j wihneatness and dispatch. |MbuQtiiamMis^i|)ril26 1861. : BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. - HEINEKE, Boot and Shoe Maker; y. b%s to infortrt the inhabi;anio ofiVit., Gambier, that he has now on Sa'e in the pre-j raises adjoining Mr. John Tuite's Store,] Jai jLa'rge Assortment of Colonial and English; Boots sndShoes, of the best description, which' 4e is so«r Sel-ing at very Moderaie Prices. All Orders for New Boots or Repaustwill; bt punctually attended to. l?c(ri '??'/"y :p.'"E'"''KO''-i'-A. RS. MORSE beiis fo notify ro th^ in rf r' v h...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is drsir&ble that communications should be short and" pijhy; lengthy articles do not suit'otfr:space; matters of local interest are most acceptable. - ': No .notice can be taken of anonytrioos com * . ntuni cations* ^ AH. articles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the name and addres* of the -writer-not as a " sine qua non " frr publica tion, butas aguaraoteeof goodfaith. 'Correspondents are particularly requested "1 o write on one side of the paper only.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

viCTOfciA SfEX^MILLS. JFifle Flour, per y.-« i'15 0 0 Bran, per bushel .. .. 0 16 Pollard, do, - . P - . .. 0 ' 16 do. by half ton lot per bushel. 0 1 6 Oats do.-. . .. 0 5 0 Barley- do ' .. ..' 0 6 6 Charges to* crushing 19, i er huflx'l.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

BUILDING SOCIETY. Pursuant to advertisement in the " Border Watch,'' a meeting took place at South's Assembly Room, on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of taking preliminary steps to establish a Building Society at Mount Gambier. Very few persons were in atten- dance, owing probably to the circumstance of it not being generally known that the meeting was to take place. After waiting some little time, Mr A. South was voted to the chair-when some valuable observations and suggestions were made by Messrs Der- rington, Nobes, Varley, Stapleton, Porter   and others, and the following resolutions passed- _ That Mr Harrold be requested to act as Secretary pro. tem, That the Chairman, Messrs Porter, Varley, Nobes and Harrald form a preliminary com- mittee for the purpose of carrying out the wishes, of the meeting-and to prepare reso-     lutions to be submitted to a public meeting (which it is hoped will be largely attended) to be called for tha...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 October 1861

I NEWftBOARDING HOUSE AT PORT [ MACDONNELL. A McDOUGALLbe^s to intimate to t* . parties visiting Port Macdonnell on Business or Pleasure, that to obviate a corn* plaint universally made of the insufficiency of. "comfortable. accommodation, he -has been . induced at cpnsiderable ^xpen«a, to. build and furnish a Stone. House a abort distance from ; the Jetty aqd Stores, and which he hat jtJst . openedas a first-class'Board and Lodging House:* -Parties . wishing quiet, comfortable and clean quarters, are respectfully requested to give the Hoose a Trial, where tlmy. cab be accommodated by the day, week or raqnth, at a very moderaite charge. Passengers by, the steamer " Ant" <;an have their horses lookedafter in a well-grassed paddock, and callers may have Tethet ropes and Oats if required. - Port Mscdonnell, 8'h October, 1861. 25 27 ' FOR SALE ' rpOWNSHIP Allotrfients* at Cledrwell. ; .* Enquire at "? ;???>? V' . ?:"! 251b . ' DR WEHI/S. MOU NT v G AMB1ER-GOT WHAT WE WANT ...

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