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CEYLON. From our own Correspondent. Bad[?] 27th August, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

(JhYLON. . Fium oiir o»u Correspondent/ Uutl«lU,27«h Ausiuru 1861. ThisBPi^otvso fir as it has g i»e, is *tr,v fay«u»a\>le <to the ul th(* coffer irtop, a»i«i H><; crops'jj-nernliy are iooliijiii well. N*ar JRanily» tbe capital,' the unlnwaut infliteme ul ihe las'.". season is severely fell. It'was so very diy, thai on raanv fsta^es the trees d;ed. out. Th* y oun» ones are now coining fyrvviird, hm at ilie.'.expense ol the tr;p. for the yotiOij- wood nece-saiy to the grow h of ilie coffee'berry, hason'v now t" be uia<ie, insttad of a \eur aao, and the coiiat <juence is nhort crops, except in-this district* Our climate and soil a**; about the h. st in t eyJoii, and . if ihe weatl.'e.r afle< t» us »nfnri«»u«}y";nature s healing^ piiw-erB ate suih that the suk "or ii jored;p;ant soon Revives »»ithrenewed" vigour. In this climate, situated under the torrid zone, a str^n^er from Euiope .-? A battalia would he surprised at »li**...

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 — 25 October 1861

arkets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS, £ 8 tl. Fin" flour, I't-r ton 18 -0 0 PollaVd*ji" liusliel ... i4o j»>r ton . v 7 0 -Bran, . do 0 1 3 - Oal«, t f lit-1 ; <v.5 0 G'ii6h>**i do. *. r*;' 6 o Barley " «. « 5 0 -Crubll?(l <Jo. .... P ® ^

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

TO' COR R ES PON DEN TS. - It is desirable that communications should h^&liorr and pithy; lengthy articles do not suirc<.r spree, matters of local iuieresi are a«TP|> Bb f. » 'i No rioi'it'p rqn be tak< n tfanoajmous com-' niiiniratio'is, / -. A:1 jnnic^s split, for. insertion inus' be i aWh'eni jrat- d by I he na li e H rid addres* of (he wriier-not as a " 8int» qua noi?" f- r publica li(H), but as 8 guarantee of pood faith. OVrr.espoi dent? are particularly requested 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 — 25 October 1861

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS fine Hour, per ion ,. .. i 13 0 U Brut), per bushel- 0 .< 1 ' 0 * <1«>, . . .. 0 1-6 do, bv l a't ion,lot pi\r busliel. 0 10 Oats «!»». -.050 B'irley do ' 0 6 6 - Charges Jo' cru>liSng Is* ver-busbf 1. ? '

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GUICHEN BAY. From our own Correspondent. Robe, 19th Oct., 1861 [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

GUJCHEN BAY. - v- ~ Frcro our own Gorregprndert. V . - - . K« br# 19»li. Oct., 1861 Tl.e ExfU'tive Committee oi ibe Sumh ~i EftfcBetn JDisimt ; Rifle As*oiiatioo n et during tlie wrefc lo ic-fdripiitgrt^a. li was found that alicadj al'out £40 had bitii tufc*cnle<f. 1 tie SecTtterj ieuc a Jeuer received fron. His l\*cel/ti ry» Sir ftuhuid Giaves &,ai-d<>M>e]lt in vhicli be Mated vtbai " be ufcsraoU baji)} to brttmr Putri i>, Qud also a tubscriljog xutfuocrr ol tbe /» " sociation, «bicli lie has iio doubt will t». setii tally liii.tnl'ute to tlie tecurii) (>1 (l>at olUu:J?iovinte.: His LVi*t lltocy alto .aftjfci} ate* that nub an 'Amciatitm. will be' an|t\cidiuoiial means of jiton oiiny, by iig nicet>ti£S( a &o©d, serial, and rieigbbiuriy spirit, combined wlth a manly ami nwer* oiu emulation amongst her Majesty's aub i A le"«r was a!so read/received* from the Honorable 6- C. Hawker. in which Ue expressed hiuclr pieasure in beomin...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DISAST[?] AT SEA. LOSS OF THE [?] BRIG JOHN SIX LIVES LOST. ORMEROD. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

DISASlW'f AT SEA, ORM£$0D. . SIX . LIVES JLOST. * Tlie John sailed from Adelaide bound for Sy'dnr^tiavfng^airivejl from that ?"pott a lew" , previotjjl), wl-en - .on ibe ? eveiiiti^-di .the- twenty fir*' October, about * twenty miles to ,$e . Spot* iif-CSje ^nriliomberland she ^as . struck byahiavy Squall, and capsized, on her beanit ends;: ^tVJiile.lajin^in this po ; sit.oi , il.^CajUain gave nrdeis to cut away .Ibe' main roast, stfiiifb was immediately done, she; ifieti risbted', the. -jtoremuM - breafiin£j»ff The Crew were h»i>£>~ - ' ^ins on^tfae tile when" she was «n her '>-. beam eriBK * The ro&ie was nabbed anay. ' . At tbetiipe the'unfortunate ve>s»l »as on ^ -lief'Mdeillie steward was in ihe cabin, s^Vbifli fillifdi'Diiil ilie^ unfortunate man i\asi ?Vw<lw«|ic<jf^ The G'nptam then oidered tin men to'.ja h themselves to the ship, but ; : thiy bfS^tne fiartic and e.ould listen to no ' ifiiifpfri overboard, and o:her* /."fcefe waslled ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLOSING OF ROADS To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

CLOSING OF ROADS ... "V . J . air -A* Ulaiij <>t vuur »*aieS ttT* i iniereMed i.» the c osiug of r .«-.« q-tfaii'Wj *3^ bWi*wiih You a impy >>f Teu'gruiif ft?ffi*ed, »r«»iu K-peritttid Edmuiids, address* d to be C< mmutee:- , i ; " The r« ads wilt no| be sloped. Applica* *? liuits did noiuj»}f w." j - By iaj>ertin^ihi8.you will no doubt oblige iiiaiiy Ml >*our ouiuerous rvadera: ' YOUM»&C, T, W. BU RCILAM, HON; SECRETARY.'

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A NEW CEMETE Y To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

A N EVY CEM ETE »Y. To the Editor of Vie Border Watck. Sir-^-Repaid tug « alio.v mt, us oiiW Who takes an iiitrrrst in the wc'taie and pro-j eritv «». MoUin Garnbin, lo<»k a lew question*, which some more knowledg able perso n than umeif will assume lo answer iu your columns at an £arly date. Upon my arrival on Hie M. uni, one of (lie fir** i questions I asked was/where is the Ctrat-iery ? I was iu formed that it wa* about a hundred yards from the Nutional Sellout, a< .join in- the township, in the B.ue Lake itoad, in a gentleman's pad dock, who kindly gave a aniait patch of lonti, 'i.tle kowiiing at the time thai the Mount; wpujd rise to such a place at. inip<u lancr, and which is now found to be mo small lor the increasing population ol this District. The first question! would ask is-Have ti e iiihabiittQis taken»ue necessary fteps to secure a piece of ground thai wuuld do tor a Ceuietetv ? ' .v If they have nut when it is their ; intention ? i Si....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

AGENT ;F«>U IHE "BORDER WATCH

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

.. *, *»v Local Intelligence. Litbraky INSTITUTION.-In another * \ coluuiu «iU Dt luutiU u later urging the muabuanW ot the Mount ilie mlvisaw-7 1 lily ft loruiiu^ au in.*iitutiou for thebenefit ol ltlti}(iuU^ men iti this neighbourhood"; Such a slrp, where is no Mechanic*' ' i<>8iliulvt 13 Ol £teal llHportaUCe, UUil will, we ho, «., meet w till ihut success which-it deserves. .. - ' v -> ,'i " i,\' TELL graph TO PORT MAODdSNKto,-^ V We ..I .tfVt the iequircd_si|r»«y is lli>.y.twing'' pioceededwith tu order to the erection- of a lelejiiapti hue brtwrrj tins pl*ce<anj PoH M<tcct>'iiueli» and MV uuderstAiidtliat tend* - ers tti!i shortly be called for the ertctt ju of the samr, ^ TsNDiiltS FOR THE STsAM MAIL SfiB-i / viCK.-Tue lorn «104 particulars «f l>ie leiidi-ts li-r the Ma'ii-Srrvice lor twelve2?' month*, between Ade;atue audKing Geo'ge's Sound, tocomuieuee with the1"he*vrj honu»ard .mail* w:U he ot- interest iia e uliia, £ 1.90;)_ ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER RIFLE CLUB. To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

MOUNT GA VIBIER RIFLE; CLUB. To the Editor of the BorderMPatih Sir,-fan any »<.! your mtriiertius read" ers in torn) me ».lu tlier the Mount Gam bier Rifle Club i*ii» exi8»euc-,_if not, «hen ilia lamentable death occurred* and who ure the exernior*. 1 am, sir, « A CREDII OK OF TH ft CL^B." ' - __ _. j .. "J j_- . '?

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THISTLE ACT. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

THISTLE AC IV To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir - A How Hie 10 itive y *'U, and jour co»reepontiem,**A«Scorchniaii 'through \uu, «i} c|miion, whose Out* ii is 10 are tbislie» destroyed. Under the Act anj one can iotigo iiitormaih ii ajr»uiM persoiiH Jor ai'ow ing tlie ihisi'e, tuumtoiiij khann as the .Scotch tbist;elo $tr»>\v~ upon their piopeilj' .<?r pos*eg»io*i)S,. whnf' on convic'iou can be fined. The pi 1 ce are, I think,-specialty iiiipowred »<> h.dge. information. The Crown l.faiidf Kangtr I t»'n uid thiuk liable lor Crown Lanus us Coimitissiuner rejire* seiMHiive in }M>M>ety*.ion. ihe Act make* u coinpiilsory lor possessors c»l iand to keep clear ihe ha I of public toads abutting on their prop* ny» It is mere than high tunc this act were su icily enforced in this lim (litt, as eveii now the ihistJb« are bp.eailiug iar and wide, more particularly en 1 town Lmidg. Bui on-private iproprrtv alsu, as may be iviuiessedat UieMilleU Hut-you wil...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CLOSING OF THE ROADS, To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

\ | GLOMJsG OF |HJviiO.\D>, To the Editor of the Border Watch. S.r,-A U-lter app*at«id in your |a»t, signed J. W alii#, * * .Denying liavi g «aid ti yum'entirely the \v«ik oi ihe G>»vvntnt-ni Engineet, he considered tho>e roads were mil wanted," us appealed in \t>Ur report of the meeting held at the Faimem' Inn,* Oct. 8th. I an> »ori> Mr. Editor, tl*at Mr. J. Wallis did not s'ale at the tame time what were the words used by him; however it i* immaterial .?.whether those, were the exact words used, such «a* the meaning he evi-' (ieutly meant to convey, as Hi* words nsed clif: convey siith meaning, not only to your reporter,:the lepoiter ot tl.e .. Observer *' 9ml my eel I, l>nt to the roeeuiig (*ee report.) The fact i» Mr. Ediioi, ihe .* opposition " saw it was useless to oppose the fuimer* and uU era deeply i teres led, in keeping ilioe roads opened : and to, ave»t tjie merited censure of the meeiiug for attempting, what they could not bin be convinced was an in...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A DESIDERATUM. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

.A; DESIDEltA l (JM. To (he Editor of the Border Watch. Sir- lrico»»frquince ol the tepid p ugreKs Mount G«iuibi*r has madeduiinu ihe i asi year, many institutions an«l micteiiefc, aiming al different useful objects, ore now lotin.i to be very rffsuable, it' uor necessary, to its peimanrnt prosperity. ' r Not tiie lensi fu importance is a " Mu tuat ImprovementSociety .'V or a " Literary and Scientific Institute/* on a ssnall ucae; ; fi r whose operations'.here is such wide scope : in this district, as niusi ensure complete j .succetts n» t!ie prat»ewo»tliy per*ous who nib first *. put'ilieii ahuul iera to the wheel.*' , and set noihg jthf winhiy entitle- Know ledge, in tljji&l'OitTer of the colony. - 1 8Uicereiy; hope this itibjtci will be taken up B; it carried out by mon* competent per fcOiihtlian myseil^f nditiat »0"n. Cobalt bare a weil ur^Hiiised society, «uci| either above mentioned* benefiuing?'. the entire gi iit ral comruoi.ity, and odettnu advantages and induct men...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 October 1861

y^&BBssL. tMenerii; jSasinesP'' $Jp^; w^fetel^V- ? -:"' &&B|b ie«s to ihfiittn tjte rewd^ma of In6 Dia ^ottft^Garhbter, ^^equJ,e,Order#Jor-Ever^P r Pi in ti n g,o o ii i j/risi «1 g PosUn&.aiid .Hanjfe feSiU beacfi, "Ctfrcularfr, . Uuiirtesfe' :kiid;, ^Catds.BaH and Concert Tickets and M«.^inet»vCataloguwj'^#mphU^*.:R%^^r: I^Cft^que-books, Law Fn'rmsV,L»bfel8;^>; "?Rainess anddiiipau'h : 42 ?..??..'? ^ D-vv'^i [latiianihibr, Ai>ril'2ft 1861. ABT SHOE,MAKER, SwflS^SlBtNEKE,' Bool an'd';Shoe Maker, HlfoVnr the rtth"tfbi',ant*i'b,i Mr.l~ r" 6«iqfrfot that Jib has now-ou S«s e in the pte :: ' toi»M adjoining Mr. Jplin Tujif's .Sior^ a j - -1 of 1 Culobi&l 'and "E- gTish ' S^3»B^p^wl^h«e«f«>f the best deMripfion^hi^h ^ ^'=he^l^w Selling at veiy "Muderai® Pi ices. ,% .~^&^jj&Sfcders for. New Boots (ur liej aifs* will /. ^^te^^piually attended.to; ^ . J "/era X * 1 ('1'> V 4 i A I> 1W *" < ;,_;V'- , j^jen O l...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

A lished every Friday morning- at NiMfc,* o'clock-. ' . r^'.1 . SUBSCRIPTION : ^ l?or tue quarter, paid in advance^ £<y ;'<* First Eight-hies or loch of space o ;ar?TY ;fivery additional line .. /, t., 6t ,0 'Sf. jj Advertisements under 8. Iiaei . . ^ 0 Discount on ad*eriiseraenivt>rder* *'J: ed for three jn(In «hs - . \ , per een).*, ; Ditto lor si* months' . w.'f ?**.'/! il' , Sliipping AJvertuem'eais, ejsch" ' 0. Advertisements for" Business Di«\' rectory, .per, annum : I :o ft, Advertisements inserted over-the - Leader: are charged-. First Ftve Lines ... 0 Each additional line 0. ^ It is1 requested that adrerliieraentf, cure their insertiooj be sent in at early^r'"1^ po**ibic* *nd at the latest not later ' o'clock On .Thursday evening. Order* the alteration or withdrawal of ,adfert meats must be in writing and .tent ia qoT'J^ than two o'clock1 on the Tue*di/ precis the dav of jiublication. Advertisements must be &cqorijpapt^d;)nk specific instruc...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

AGENT FOR THE 'f^SkpER WATCH" Pennla; Mrvlf^SH^pjB»n."

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

General News. > ; - r - \ * " Fat- MEAT.-On Fridays-October Mil?, .large numbers of -persons were attracted to - Mr.G. Bennett"s shop, in. Hjndley-streef, by a fifie. display pt|h^ carcases ofaotueof the prizeitQckefrow.n at the* recent; Agrir cultqralSqcieties ,exhibition. Therappstrous stall-fed bullcck, Prince; Albert, was killed : on: Ftida/ nigh',, and its flesli ha^ filledthe shop. Itwa* remarkably fa?. fts weigh',, as it was cut' up -in the> sbop;;aiooHniedrto . >,816 It*., being 85* lb»*less than when.it was aiive^ The first prize- weighing 6, cy/'., and several,!mailer ones a*erin£ 2 cwt, each Were also iil^ed; and' exhibited. Besides, these tberewas some sotnevcry fine niurton; :The largest sheep weighedi20 lbs, and the , average weight of the others was about 1 cwv e.ch. Some good sired pork and beef and, > several Jairge sheep were; also exliib! ecl at . Marrafetl's shop, in Rundte-it'eet.-Ob- . server. Vi . A . - . . " ' FOOT-ROT.-Acorrespondent in the Port,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE, WHOLESALE. FLOUR, GRAIN, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

SOUTH AUSTR*]fef4N PRODUCE, : WHOLgSaLE. Flour,.,fine, per j ton . . 2,000 lb*., at the Port;v bags included . 0 0 9 15 * 0 Wheal, in town i; 0 4 3.4 4 0' "Wheat, at tfee port, for 1,000 buahelots, with* . out bags,........... 0^ 3 0 0 0 Bran, per bushel of SO . lbs. at I he Port, bags'-j . included ...1..0~ 1 I -O 0 0 Pollard, per bushel of 20 - - Ibe t> 1 3 1 5 Hay, pert on 2 10 ,3 5 0 .Do, pressed, at the Port* - per ton' i., 4 0 0 4 5 0 Oats, Cape, per bushel ' of 40 lbs., without bags 0 3 0 0 3 8 o. ,fcne white, per bu« fhelof40lbs,without - b t 0 4 6 0 5 6 Barlef, Cape, per bushel - of50lb»:,withoutbgs. 0"v3' 9 - 0 - 4 ' SM Barley, "English*,.fTn>, - - . per bushel of <50 fbs , w iiSiout hags, .i*-;.., 0 7 0 0 8 0 Malt, | er bushel ..w.. 7 0 0 8 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

CHINA. ; Captain Blackiston's - esploriug 'party I have Leen obliged to re.irabe their'steps. ! tli^y returned to Shanghai towa.ds.ihe end of July. /They teat bed Chunking oo the V8ih of ApfiV Here tbVTartargenejai Uas veiy uncivil, and refused to" see ih'rm;j They were warned t.y a Ft tnch. Bishop who had been a resident in the Sze*chruo laj^ some 25 yefcra fat a plot was, on~"fttofr~ among the-toldiersto oiurder them' when - ib>y ;anded. The people hereabou t tad | Wvrt heard of the uedty.and only at some I places was it : rumoured that. a great *bat>le bad been' fougl't, iu which ibe- foreigners weir victorious, but they" refused to believe it. Ir Was ai this point tb> t ibe travellers intended ltavi»){ ibeYau^-laeand 'proreed. iug'oter and. They were obliged 10-4)10 cei d by the river,v which they 'Jid unul iKey ^ tame 10 S»i»ChtVu. on the I8lb of May An armv of braies was encamped round the lityf r After ftonj£ mote-dangers tfnd difficulties il.ey come to'Pirig* than o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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