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BARON RICASOLI AND ENGLAND. To the Editor of the Daily News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
BA&bN llICASOLI AND 'FNGr.A.TSID To the, "Editor of Sir- Fojr*. many years past those'wbo , have watched the progress of affairs jp, | Italy roust have marked out Baron Ricasoli I as a man ^ inflexible;wi]], of chivalrous j nature, a tad of unquestionable patriotism. j His self-abnegation is remarkable, even in ' Ita'y, and amongst lerJf leading politicians and staie&meu, who ..?"strike'fiery off,in* deed/'as compared with those of other na« tion*, for the possession end exhibition of tbat high quality of greatness. , ' t About a year since, I was in'communi* . cation with Baron ''Ricasoli,.. and the; /ol , lowing extract from' a leitertbtil received'] may not,.now thai be Jias succeeded Count ! Cavour in the Premiership of'the kingdom «f Italy* prove uninteresting to English, ' Florence, July 22, I860. . ^ My dear Sir, ~ ' > v, - 1 prize mn$h the,expression of .your spon* . ^ taneous affedtforr for my native country Italy. That country is now' in coutse oY I self...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
lOli SALfcl, a tut of R >Pa, for Wnm§> at. 1UU per cent. L->wer iba'u the Store*.' - P. WALLlS, 24tc "; Mount Gunbier 6iaiion«l , FOR SALE. Macdonnell BAY sections, iia 113, 2 acres each. *-5 f Shioktoii allotuien s 9 and 10. , - Gaiubiertou West, earner allotment 0 Apply at the , , ^ ?l-V>'U . 21 bin SOUTli AUSTRALIAN HOffiL, r WS7ANTED, a Good General Ser*a*il,ia/' " " a Ket&lt;pectable Family. Apply, at thlL Officooftliis Paper.^ - 23ic " IMPOUNDED.; by U,Uleu, ftoj., " 1 grey m&lt;*rV d^i uotlef, u^ar «umiid«r * *r 1 grey entire »atn&lt;9'Brand's Impounded bv the Ranger of Crown Lluili'' Alouot Get iu bier, 241 ii September, 1861'' &lt;' . 6i.ruwberry cow MBotf rii>i .> j ? , Si .avvbsrrjr heifer, no brand t Red and whu«steer, blotch near rtltti|»; ' Yellow aua white steer, lu« iwo*4v>*r«*> connected,.off ribs , 7 \ If not claimed will be sold on-the lOib Oct« ' 1861 . -&lt; » .V JAMES STEIN, Poundketfper.;; '. IMPO...
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
--1 general ^PaStsfiNTATlON 1!T0 ;5Milw STtfART ;* OF: thb PATRON's GOLD MEDAL : of th e KOYAL GkOGRAPHieAL : SoClBT^V ,We understand thafcori ^Mooday^the, 23rdin-&lt; stant, wheh MrV]Stue^t?vis)ted ;BisExcel lency Sir RichardMacDonnell it-the, Go?.,, vernraent Offices, His ExceSiency took that opportunity of presenting to- Mr. Stuart ,the Patron's Medal.. of ihe Geographical, Society for tbeyear Ip6t, which medal > the bighesi distinciton that (an Explorer "'can ' gain-had beed awarded to Mn.Staaft for his very gallaiit fexpeditionj with' Mr. JKek» wick and another* nearly across, ibp Aus tralian continent, last year. In presenting the medal, His... EfcjceUency observed. ,that he wouli; gladly.: have, handed U.to Mr. Stuart on isome more^ public occasion ; but . as be was :of opinion' that the sooner..Mr* i Stuart returned to complete the task still .unfinished, of crossing.from oceioHo Ocean* ' the beteir ple'asetlhe Would^e.himself, as well as the betier~8atisjfi.ftd^W...
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
THE CIVIL WAR IN'AMERICA. .. The??' New York Herald*' . of the28tb (has describes ti e position of affairs at li.e. seal of war in VirginiaTfce Federal troops bow lining the heights of; the Poto* mac, on the Virginia side, are actively eni. gaged in throwing up earthworks, and forj tifyingtheir position; A reconnaisaanre jnade yesterday from Alexandria in ifie di rection of Fairfax Court House, resulted in the; discovery of a v body of Secessionist cavalry drawn up in line.-? Tivo of their &lt; picket, guard were captured',and ..sent to&lt; Washington. They confirmthereport that V force °f 700 rebel,in fan try had advanced within a few 1 miles - of: Alexandria on the 25th. These were no doubt the troops whrt ? attacked the pickets of the 12th and 7th regiments which gave rise to the Tumour-of a £ real battle going oo in that direction. A mail agent of the Government, who has been, employed in (he South, has returned to Washington; and ^reports that he' had an intervi...
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE;* FLUUn, &lt;3RAIN, &C. Flour, fine, per ton, of 2,000 Ibs.j atihe Port, V ; bags inclu'Ued.£10 0 I) 1 10 y)' 0 Wheal, in town "0 4 3 4 4 0 "Wheat, at the port, for."1 ?- . " 1,000 bufibeV ots, wi'.h outbag3..V.^...>... 0 4 8 0 0 0 £ran, per bushel of 20 , lbs. at the Pon, bags v . included Oil 000 -Pollard, per bushel of 20 lbs.. .'.^..7... 0 1 , 3. 5 Hay, per jon ..... ... 2 10^ 3' 5" \0 Do, prised, at ilici'ort, perton 4* 0 0 4 5 0 Oats, Cape, per bushel of401bg.,svithout bags O 3 0 0 3 8 Do., fine white, per bu- \ " ?helot 40lbs., without bags 0 '4 6 0 6 6 13arlev, Cape, per bushel of £01bp., without bgs.^0- 3 9 0 4 3 Barley, English, fine, per bushel of 50 lb*., - ~ , . without bag? 0 . 7 ..0 0 8 0 Malt, per bushel 7 0 0 8 0
WEST COAST OF AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
WEST COAST OF XFRlfcA The CaMiqpe has? arrived: with the Wwt | Arricaia mails. The alaver Niglidogale was | captured near BangOt River by ihe United ; States ship Saratoga, on 29th April, with 1 900 slaves on board. Tbe slaver belonged to Liverpool Trade good at Fernando Po Ittid Camproons. The Niger expedition was at the mouth-op Nuo River, and will J ^proceed in July. \ There ik starilihg^oewa from' Lagos. The British fleets bad bonib^ded and captured Porto Novo, killing 700. natives in the fight.. Itjappears that some time since Mr.; Foote.the. British Consul at Lagos, proceeded ? to Porto Novo in her Majesty's ship Brune; > to demand of the king of the place permia sion for tbe English to ifade; tbei'e. To this request tbe king gavp a direct negative, and also Commenced to fire upon' the vessel He likewise gave Mr,.Fi ote to understand, Ibpt, asking, he'would extend hip protection, iOuly to tl|e Portuguese (who are,the Iife;and, sohl «f ilpe s'ave trad^e, both io tbe interior...
THE BORDER WATCH, published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. THE BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
THE; Fubliihedevery JFriday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1861. THE BUILDING SOCIETY. The u Hamilton Spectator," in a judicious and- suggestive article entitled ,4A Plea for Bushmen " lately called public attention to the fact 'that the payment of shearers, and other bush labourers, in cheques ..drawn on some distant bank} was one of the math causes of the drunken rowdyism; of which small townships are the scenes every January, The writer explained that public houses being al most the only places-where such , cheques can be easily cashed,: bushmen commit themselves helplessly to & course of drinking, ending only with the exhaustion ot their money; and that were squatters to pay them in cash they would not betbrown so readily in tlje Wy of temptation. The squatters say however, that money payments are impracticable, on account of the danger of carrying notes or; sovereigns through the bush from some distant bank , and also on account of the danger from robbers to which the pr...
POETRY. TWO MOODS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
POETRY, .. >' .;/ &lt;. Stow (tags this dreary season; r The earth a lomp of lead; t The vacant skies, blue skies;of -brown,; l5creft of joy and hope, ^ I cannot find areason To «»h I were not dead,-) * f r>|' BnfaMen'dnnd.let elide, gone down. A dtatbti'^odduskv alopf. I recogaisetta look of care ., r \ In every fivce; for now 1 share Whatmakesa forehead wrinkles wear, And sets a mouth to mojic, - / ' . A sombre languid ye&rning For silence and the dark: j ' Shalt wish or fear, or wisest word, - Arouise me any more ? What profits book«!eaf turningT Or prudent care and cark ? Or folly's drama. Seen and heard' * And acted as before ?- ? No comfort for the dismal day; It cauiol weep/orwork, orpray; » . A useless pauper, thin and grey. With'nogbcd thing in store. , - , What liftimeand lighten ? Enriches and brightens The day, the mere day, the thoet maTvellous day? .. ' Ojoy, that it's mine I'J . ,, An invisible wine Poors quick through my spirit Mind Heaven is be...
Correspondence PENOLA CHURCH DISPUTE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
Cbrrespondence FENOLA CHURCH DISPUTE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. . Sir,--l'hrre appears to be a lar^eamount of tnisapptehenston--.'respecting the parties concerned in this unfortunate dispute. ^.lier ^eneial opinion is thai i.hey. belong lespeetively to the Presbyterian and Epis copalian Churches. 1 really think that it is only right that it should be .-perfectly tin . derstuba thai the m* ent ers of the. English i Church have nothing whatever to do with the affair; the plaintiff and defcudant both being adherents'of the Presbyterian cause*: 1 am, sif, yours obediently, [ " MON DROIT." [ Penola. October 9;h. 1861. / ; r [If ilie Episcopalians have nouring to do with tlie Church affair, how does-it uoaie to past) thai they are al present solely in pus*.* eiB'on of the building, which; by their owu admission, was built as a Presbyterian place of Worship, and mainly with the money of Presbyterians? As the matter is not yet ripe foj:. comment, we need not enlarge; but ilie-jiijf...
[?] PENOLA. From our own Correspondent. Penola, October 9th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
From our o^n Correspondent., , , , . Penola, October 9ih, 1861. ' The weather still continues changeable. Servic^ was held in the Church on SunV - day last by the Kev. Mr. Sheldon, and also in the ? new, School, both,raoinine and after* noon by Rev.Mr. Dixon, the Presbyterian -minister. ; ? We were«isited-by the Surveyor General (Mr. Goyder), Mr.^ Hanson, and Mr. ; Conlthtird.iwho are on a tour of inspection, on Monday last. .:We have also t«> note.the arrival in the neighbourhood of [Vir; Moore * and Mr. P,aekhard, iwo 61 the Government Surveyors.' * The township itself is remarkably dull. - -J,'here is to be a Public,meel'na held at: the itdyal- Oak Hotel, to consider ill. Chiircii question on Thursday, lOi.h inst'.. I have just heard that ; Professor . .Kohlar, the gteat Necromancer^will be." here shortly an&lt;d afford us souu» amusement, which we very, much want. . / Octubt-r l6th, 1861. The weather has at length become more . settled, and in consequence shearing is....
To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
To tke Editor of de Border Watch. Sir,--In an admirable artic e on the so perioritv of regulars oyer wilunteerty you have, I humbly conceive,, been; guilty of a slight erroryou stated therein Oat iii the best English and Highland. regiments;?* the moral aod religious tone if higher than that of any othei^ eqtrtl number of;men in other avticaliohs." If you ^ had addn l '. Irish '* I think you would h'3Ve done but justice; and such an omission ii), f he error to which Lrefer. As .one who has served, in the English' army for a/few yeara l aarprejrared to prove that the Irish regiments are as^effective as those of England or Scotland ; that wheu there is carnage n»ne are more bloodstained then the "County Down " or the " Ran gers,*' nud ibat n-heu there is peace,- no troops can behave better if) garrison than I those which are Recruited by the Liffey or I the Shannon. | H^dley Vicai s whom you instance as an illustration oi the tttumph of the Chrisiiau | fai'h belonged,'Ufan Irish Corps...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
NOTICE _ I theundersigned, jvgreby caution ail per-' *". sobs . against purchasingfrom Owen«? Curran,the Stationknpwn as the Sandy Water Holes, near Dartmoor, in the Portland Bay District or any Sheep Or Qat lie thereon* without my consent^ 1 being part owner, of the said station, . " ; - &lt; ???. « *&. , jiy, I, KYHEEN' x CtJRRANV 26 8 , *T~""" NOTICE. "I . nnHERE has been running in my paddo :k Tor the last seven months, a Red Heifer, branded SA on tho .offjside or the ramp, a ? little sr.ar to the lef-;of the.side of-the fore* head; The owner cen have the hejfer by.payr^ ing expenses. If -not claimed before three weeks will be sold to defray the same.' /PETER McOIARMtD. Mount Gambiep,17ih Oct., 1801. 26-7 - NOTICE,; ... ALL Fowls, Pigs, D>gs, Goats*.&c., found trespassing on Section 215 and part of Section 255 will be destroyed. ? " f JAMES HELLYER. , Dpop Drop, 9ih October, 1861- 26am . FOR SALE . RE Acres of Land, fenced, 21 acres in crop, UW with wh...
CLOSING OF ROADS. To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
To Vie Editor of tke -Bordcr Watch i Sir,--At the monster-iheeiing, held in I South's Larre Robin, on Tuesday evening, ? Ihe 8ih1of Octobeiyio take steps to oppose the closing uf -JRoads/ Mr. Rocbfort stated | that he'did not want the roads, «nd pledged himself not to oppose the farmers if they irantedtbem*" this win loudly cheered,*' and I lor obeMr» Editor said 4«hear, hear" for if those roads were cloiejl 1 should be obliged (and mo would many other farmers ? in the Western Diswict) to make a circuit of at least (4) four miles extra to r*acb lhe. roaiu line of road lo Macdonnell Bav. Now/, Mr..Editor this is oo " paltty opposition:*' to the doting or roads} for if thematter be considered in & it will effect not only my self, but many others to tUe amount of some £80 per annum;! therefore hope Me. 'Editor that Messrs. W. J. and J. H. Browne and Charles B. Fisher will no-Ion**1 ger think of closing the roads, which so sp*. riously effect the smaller Landowners^. anil, indee...
AMERICA—ANOTHER BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
AMEBIC A-ANOTHER BATTLE. The" Federalists have been again debated. We* have juai received news down to the 14th August I rum A iiierica. A second great'liable tiasbeen fought, and the result has been again disastrous to the North Information is derived from the following two tel* grams from Mew York: 4&lt; Augufrt 13-It is reported"from St. Lflui" that. General Lyon, ' who commanded/ at Springfidd, has ^aeii totally routed by tjie Confederate*, andGeneral Lyon killed. The Federals, ii is stated, were in full re rea'. Mn Faulkner, the late American Minis er at Pa»i?,"~ lias been arrest' d on a charge of treason; and lodged in W&lt;i*hingfo» g»*ol. The King County Court lias i«su*d an order to arrest the ootnitnawder i f TYri Lafaye Ve for refusing to ol-ey the writ of hnbeas c» rpus to produce the Baltimore police Commissioner?. Prince Napolfcon hag returned to New York.: He was teceived at Manassas by Generals Beau-« regard and. Johnston. He will proceed to Niagara i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
tfj' }*> u *f 1 * **' * JOB WMSTjJSlfcv, Proprietor of the ^'^wder Waj^^' "'k^i&UibeBs to infdftiihhfe eftldefitsW- tMf&ift'*1 * -W: h'iip)t^ fitted' e^cutoXJrderiiftSr EArerjr Oe£cHpt»orf,r mfc-Pf lilting% «'nmr»nsinp' Pofitnisr'an&Hahd i ? 'fx KiS^Roaniekt Catalo^uep, Pamphlets. Receipt;, Ip^bmwid dUpweli.. ; tfount liamfaior/AprU 26:tite6l,^Y -i! ? j* ±-. _"^ :1>jL livtttt'';&lt; \ri' tmotning. rar. «nn ".«iK#,.owift »-? iA«ortraent. of "Coloniat .? 4 Shoe«, jbfthe bent d«scri}«|"0>y'^«'Kl> "v SeUingfat *ery; rModej^fegifpfffiu .' irders (or-Xfew ^ ^ "URtly aueodedtQ.v;, . n^fAK*!1®^^ m* -'.» Jt *. i ** i ... ». "fV.*" V*» ..,/ ?;/ '$Wd§- »! ' DUI^BA U 'hegi^Ji§%^ '? '/he ; 'iflU Inhabitant* ,. of, - tf i^J-Wawrhier, -ppit1-Jt ** rk:-1^ r" iu^. ?J--JB. SHH.I;SfiER,HSfci,,"t««ry'i.. ^ £ot>k; &!c||XN&*1! Door Ort? to ^B »rd»r W^ich ° Qflte;jii*$utns his" 4 ^ Ktfjhfie'nds andi ^?9r,«. H^f^eomni««cfio fttasinesa' ctoilrel...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
f TO COBRHSI'OA 1>ENTS. I»' iii thtti- Ci maiiuiicHtiinin sl»«»uld W >h\>ri and fiit'liy j '. Hiiio'f-s .do not suit tvii'r.,tn>M*e-inultus of lo»imt-resi are most ad'ep'tib1**. - . . i v .1 : .N» nuUM» i'bii be iuk: n of anonymous com iiitJimaiioi si Alt unices s«*nt, for in.^er.lii'U Ju»j|S'. be by the na»-e «nd.?Hddn,s^'«t i!ie vrritt-r-t>t>t 119 k " quu nou " f- r pub!u'a-: lion, l.'ut uv 6 guarauti't'of (rood /aill). Corrcs|>oi denii* a»e * Driiculorly requested o write fit one S'fde of ihe paper only. -
MOSQUITO PLAINS. From our own Correspondent. October 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
J&osQurro PLAINS. J?r* in our cwo CorrtB| oudenf. October 16, 1861. At I he usual muitbly ccuriheid yesterday theCe were no cas» s brought before the nm jtittiaus 2S--~ AMr.JIal), polyplionisi,. Las fur the last few duys been delighting large and resjjecla ble audiences he»e, by the peifoimhnt.e of his elever ;^ntetiaiuine»t entitlid the " Seven Agtsof* Man." Most of Mr. H.'s characters ^:'-:?were^eU-coDCch«d, and,uinch..applauded ;by'' those present. . ;* A QuadriUe party advertised for Moqdsy last, proved rapstsuccesst'ul. A large party ot the youth and /'air sex of thedistrict at tended on the occasion, and spent the evening in a mpi-t pleasant manner. Two While 8wan« have, this season, taken up their residence' upr>n Lake Omierod, in this vicinity. ; 'I hey appear to be quite at home among their dusky brethren. We trui»t that our fair visitors may take up their quarters permanently with us, and that no harm may; befal them from the gunu-of the
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 October 1861
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. On Saturday; 12ili iustar I, 1 ibe breihern , ot, Court Maiiau, alter transaction of (be Usual buMries* of .the Order, opened Ju Committ. e, iu cinler to assist aliheprest'n , ' . lal.on ol a btaunfi'l medal from (he Dis " «r cjV to Chi&lt; f Hanger, S. D A'a«'s&lt;ll, CliiefKanger Smpleioii, iu the chair, com" ptoc«edings by teadiuu thefol'oniug later., - ' AdHaHe, Sepl., 14il«, 1861. . Diujfr Sir ajid Brother, 1 v I l»«eA;itK loiuard you' on* of ibe last ' ^uarl^t% repoii%,nud cull jour attention to ~ 'IbelOfh resolution. 1 also (aiwar«f you the jpiedalv Will }ou, on ib,hull ol the Db'» - -..-^-^-fric» 08iCM»r-|vrest4U ibelsaid, .medal to P. - ?> C. R. ,S. Dj~Mai.se)). We (ibe District Officers) trust P.C.R. Man eel I may ever continue rd~p'rcim&lt;>ie the advancement ,of «®r Ancient qrdeK " . ' ' ' ' * Yours fratfriiolly, ^ H« L. DUR1EU _ * D.fiUici Sec. To C.R. X. L,.Sla|»'etori, ^ ^oHUijGan»bter. . . t "C. K. StapJeton^a...