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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST, 1861 THE POLITICAL PRESS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

Thb- political-gjj&iti of the present day is the ' mods ill " Samsjott Agonistes"-the gigantic 'motive power tf the present aqe-the instru ment by which not only kings and kaisars,' but even .popes and^-Councils, are controlled. But it very much depends on a people them selves, whether or no the press is an intelli gentandindependent organ, or a mere "eye less giant grinding at the mill Asanable writer in the North British Review remarks, " Nothing is that remains unutterred. Utter ance is a sign of life* Whatever lives, will in the end expre s itself. Books are the expres sion- of individual life. The PUBUC life ex presses itself in the press." It is, we think, from an insufficient apprehension of this truth thas so many errors are committed in appre ciating that tremendeus power, the natural product of modern "thought. One-half of the yporld reviles the press, and indulges in silly1 speculation upon the good that would result, and the safety that would be ensured, if only ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COLLISION ON THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY. LOSS OF TWENTY-THREE LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

* * * *' * \ ~ COLLISION ON THE-! BRIGHTON RAILWAY. ^ ^ L0M P??T,WENTr-TH8BB-UV£8. : < ., ! One .of,the most terrible accidents which has occurred since the introduction, of oi'r railway stem took placeob Sunday, 25ill A ugiist, oh UieLonrionanu Brighton Rail - way, at a spot about five milesfrom the Brighton terminus, . Between 8 and 9 o'clork an escursioo tmiu which was pulled up within the C anton tunnel* neartbe en trance of it, warrunioio by a P«rlj»*»qiitiry, train. Tbe.cra>hwaea terrific oiie*iThe shrieks are detcribedasbeing awful, and the darkue«s of the tunnel beightenedfthe.terror ol those who were uuinj«red,'aud leftihen) powerless~t<> aid- the wounded* -. - Altec- a short time .some of thiHiasseiiger? procured the light* from tberoofs, and proceeded to renotj assistance, when the-ex tent ot the catastrophe' brcatsepartially apparent; The eh^fne <i( the pirliamentarytrain had late rally, leapi over the latt.cajrriag^ m the ex* cursi...

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

THE LOSS OF THE JOHN OBMEROD. WHPN a;person-is at sea in. a gale fur the first time, the rolling of ili'e ship create1* most arpaUing apprehensions. For along time it is difficult «o get rid of the impression-thai she tn»y capM$&gd goJo 'he bottom. It is only aficr-nee, and hearing*, the fx , p[an9;jcml^bikal -men, that one feels lhere 'r eXCeed" I ^vreI!*buiit ship i ^ though "al»to»t' Mfi' f»er beaiiwp^^ ii a safe on«ih&_nia#tk wilt guovdrboartj b^fore^he vessel will capsize} and^ftouldi* cap-ize actually occur, cutting away tWmasu wiH in ,! ' most cases enable Iter t(* right hernelf. A'/atal accident frora.the ^hij> rolling over-seemstcL be oi rare occurrence. Nevertheless it does . sometimes htfj'ppivas-lhemelancho'y disasters on our coa."t last week too clearly demonstrates. ' An umafr, uneasy cargo, such as copper, or - iren bar?, or giain in b\ilk, wi!J l»y i'siufdenly. shifting to one side, sotietlraea in a heavy - sea, cause the loss of ihenbip Tiie.lOfts...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REMARKABLE FOOT-RACE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

KKMARJ£AB£*E F06T-RACE IN AMERICA, The great ten mile font-race between j two Indians aud two'whife'riieu, which bad i be«nT6r~8(>~me"~tibie'&'Ain)Dnced in the sport «. paper*, was rub 'ori; Fashion Coiirs?. men came 'to ih?; store punctually ai the appointedJbnur, fovkion well. "Young Sport" the Ful)oirm«ket boy, w»«o njs in have been one Ol the runners, was nut backed, so ihai only Jour entered. Bennrtl and Smitb/tajl, swarthy, lataragusIndians, walked rourid with the itopetturable g avi.y of ilieir race", arid "evidently viewed thtii white competitors with ccmplacccy, for iieiiheir o( thehi^ could ;hav> been above five (geLaixynpr did tlieif sjigbt figures v,f° -m^ni"cl^Jn ille 't insurance. While, the of/i|ie .iwo( i* a London C< ck neyrtWM'ty «x 'years ol age, neighs 130, and has 110 Amerban .reputhiioB^s a run. tier.. lie jslUbtJ0vaW» but well fcn t, and was in first rata, cojidttion, ; Mower. the o|tber, is also an Eu^ iaimmii. jTrom Norfolk, and w6ul...

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

; To the Editor of the Border Watch. In reference to ao article in your last i'-Wfpfes[issue signed Interested Party', i «att.« ,oVt^'agjce.witli bim in the first patt oi hit ^ettey^r«lS^»ur lias not exactly told the ; oS^yujf iJie concluding part of liig letter !gl.with him, thai the. Govern should be pushed on at onc^^|1p«rl Bni confident is the general feelm^l^S^ll^f' -uFrom tjie^resen lime to the commencement of harvest, ihere is a,period ot three months, let the Govern ment road be at once marked oft and let bv contract, so as to give the farmers a chance oi compering for it, if the work is delayed the reautt will .be that, the KOvernmeniwwrka will, iaierfere with the farmer's operation's, and the probabilities will b- destrdjrjeH for ^wam of brinds to secure it, becaate|)lj|eJ|a« \hauring-class would sooner «orlc;M|ie Government than the farmers, consj^iiis the former surer pay* The be»i''?plkn would be to push the Gove-nmt-ni works at present, and ^u^pend them duCitiie the ha...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EXPORTATION OF WHEAT. From the Farm and Garden for October. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

. EXPORTATION OP WHEAT. i ; . JHnom the Perm and Garden for October, Ia our last issue we, called attention to the subject of es).oi lingwheat tojJEngland a» of considerable importance to formers at the. present time. We showed thai the require- - ments .of the~ United Kingdom, Ibey ond, Ircal produce, amounted inl$$& to 42,74?,742 bushel?; that the price ranged daring the jeais 1851 to i860 from4s lOd to 0s 4d, per bushel;'arid the average of the .last 40 yeais was'73 perbushel.' And suppose the entire export expenses not ItT exceed 8d. ? to 3«,*pvr ' bu*hel^ we showed thai ,tlie ;n§t", re?iilt: of exportation would be from 4*. to* 4s* 3d. per bushel*' Since then we hav«; iiisiUtre'd' special eh quisles as to the expense of sending wheat to Eoglarid, andrtiave been1 obliging! vfa . voimd with,. Rgjsciacatiohs " of . charges, "which we now place before our readers CHARGES OF WHEAT SHIPPED TO ENGLAND. % ' " n. * ~ $ V Per qr. *Freigbl 60s., and 5 percent per' ; " - 4wn weight...

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 — 1 November 1861

Markets. , '"WW MOUKT 0A M BIER, STEAM MILLS. -i1 ° j ' J* s iTrs Fin<»' floor, K»j>r- to»»- . l} 1 j i\ J -!S?; 0 0 Pollard^pvr tiusfiel ... * .* ; oip jio" pprior. - * ... 7"*O*0 V- ».* ^ i«4 -0 I ^3 Oats, per bushel . !.\ 0 5 0 CnisliPtl do. _ - . *' . . 0 6 (, Barley .. ? ~ « 5 ~q Crushed do. ? q g q

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

; general Business fit JOB PRINTING. flpHE proprietor-of the *v Border .Watch »' ' iQforiu the residentsoftbe Dia ... W'EiriBVy'D^i'ipiisn, ' of j[|b Punting, comprising Posting and Hand > v jliils, Billheads, Circulars, Business and V Visiling Cards, BaU and Coucert'Tickets and, ;i "Program raffs, Catalogues,,Pamphlets, Receipt ^ land JDheque*^ : /Vf'i{h®«atnc»8 anddispatch. A7*s^^tfo&tt/«hbierf'April 26 1861. 1 -f ?'?-? T'* " ' -r ; A , 1BOOT ANP SHOE MAKER. ' RSINEKE,. Boot and Shoe Maker, . : liegsto inform the .inhabitants of Mi. , Gimbier, thaf he has now on Saje in the pre - ^isises adjoining Mr. John Tuite'sStore, a " ^V8e Assortment of Colonial and English Bonis and Slides, of ihe best description, which >-he>ia now-Seliihg at veiy Moderate'Prices* , ~ - .r'-y -All Orders for N$w Boots or liej airs will .be punctually attended to. 12cm { ' > PENOLA. Vjfcl RS* MOUSE, heas to notify to the in . habitants of.PENOLA and surroutd< ' '1n$'&l...

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

TO COBkESPd^ipNTS. It .te desirable thai cbttthluriicatiqna should be short and pith£; ientsiliy articles do not suit our spccr^ matter* oMocnl interest are most ac,rppiab,t». ,. s No notice can be. takc(i d)T anonymous com munications. ' . All articles s^lit.forji insert inn must he authenticate and addres« of the writer-not sis a " feme qUa.non " f« r publica tion, liuta9 a guarantee l^t&od faith* C«»rrespor den«f» are »arlfcu larly requested o write on one side of the! pa per only. , "

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

VICTORIA STEAM.; MILLS. Fine Flour; jper loti, «. £13 0 0 Bran, per bushel 0 1 & Pollard, , do, " .*;* 0 18 do. brMiaH- (on lot per l>ufcl»t|l, - 0 16 Oats .do... ...-V 0 5 0 Bxriey do ..a 0 0 6 Charges lo' crushing Is; rprji&mJu'l.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. From the Adelaide Chronicle. VICTORIA. Melbourne, Oct. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLICpfC^f From the Adelaide Chronicle. " VICTORIA, Melbourne. Oct. 12. Flour is dropping.' Ttie best brand* are quoted at £1110s<i 10 £)5 per ton. Trade is generally dull. The farming interest tbroushout the colony is much de pressed oiving.io the anticipated bad effects of the unequal competition that will arise out of the. occupation license.". Large stocks of flour are accumulating in the country niiUs. Melbourne. October 14. Flour is tending to a lower f.ticr. Bent brands are now £14/ 15s.; wheat, 5s 3d to 5s 6d, . Harvest reports aie favoiab'e. October 15:1). There is a species of panic in the'flour marker. Salts have been effected at £12 13s. Query £12 to 13/. October 10. Parcels of Adelaide flour were sold yes> tcrday at 11'*>». < October 18. i . Fluur (best Adelaide) 10£ to 13M0«.

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

NEW ZEALAND. ! The Aidinga brings 150 passengers from Otago, but no go d.. Six ether vessels ar<*on the. way back, bringing 600 passengers , Tne delusion has ended. Men are now accepting work at a day wages. The Government of. Otago Have issued a* ... proclamation protecting against-the exag<er att'd statements which: have been circulated*: in-Australia, and deprecating-strongly exten sive immigration. ^ The natives are resuming tHeir agricultural iabois. There seems a growing'. liisposit ion to abandon tKeir flag« Thdir ammunition . is bacoming scarce, and their attempts to m -Ice powder unsuccessful. K:ng P. tatau ia kept in seclus'on and uri -; der snrvei: lance. . The native ministers are forbidden inter course With Europeans. [ Hu ?drtds of persons are walking Ute streets I of Dunedin, without money or work! There issome talk'of rushing the store*, but; hitherto ordeir has been maintained. No fre»h discoveries Of gold have l>een re ported, and Hundreds ...

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

ANOTHER TRACE OP BURKE- I 1 The following telegram.received from the Hon. R. G. W. Herbert, Colonial Secre tary <-f Queensland, was forwarded on the 8ih Oct. to o Melbourne paper, by Ike Chief Secretary : ,«. Condamine T«»*nship, Queensland. Dared 23rd September, 1861. Message 2 for £ John. Macadam; * M.D., Postmaster* 'G^r^l.^Ho,^. Secretary Exploration ^ira mtfee, Melbqnri^eI--tA:C^rael came in fifteen (15) ,miles b^Sw||feothor, a> station belong* inis to Ml'- Sl0»U i<»rpe, o0i3r the Culgoa, in lat. 28* 45* long. 149 °, vide Landaburg's nap, Iwedition. Was-first seenaboijt Is1 September, travelling up the Culpoa, and was taken charge of by Mr. Efczy,of Byn bor, «t junction of that river to the Balonqe. is now at Mr. Slack's station, Gulnarber, on the Baloant, eighti .five miles below £urat township. The, ramel is a female, with sore wither*'evidently been usad within three months, in fair condition. A blotch on near shonlder, supposed to be- a brand, cover...

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

NEW SOUTH WALKS. Flour'is down 12 pes' ton. . r ! The Crown Lands Bill has passed the j Upper House. I The colliery strike is ended. j The Emily Hart has been wrecked on the | Ntrih Head. All hands saved. k ?- A boat, accident has occurred in the bar i bor: seven lives lost. ! . The Amelia Breillat has been lost on | Cockburn during her voyage toSoura ba)*. . ; An artist named Balcome has; shot himself. Tekgams from Sydney state ihat an« other; riot has occurred Bt&urraqgoag, by a Donegal mob of aggressors. The police fired and wounded several. t5i* rioters#rr in-custody. « . ;>? < V,. A vessel has arrived: from Valparaiso with 7,000 bags ol flour aadOOOof wheat. The Summer Cloud has arrived from Ga]ti fornia, bringing 1,400 bags wheat, 6,000 b*lf sai*k«t and 1,201 quarter sacks flour. The cargo of the Louisa has beea>>vflebt. to Gfelonp, "?

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

MOUNT GAMBIE'l CIlICKET *: CLUB. ENTLEMliN a'e respectfully invited B"- to 1*c<me Members of iheabove Club, For particulars apply'' - v ?-> H. ViZARD. H OLTJE & HISCHBIETH r^pectftiHjr bnt{ |« inf.Tm ilit* public iliat they have opened io-day a " GENERAL STORE at Mouot. Gainbier. H. and U, hope by strict at ei.tion to busi ness, and by offering Articles of good quali» lies ut Low Prtifys, to receive a share of the patiunage of the Inhabitants of Mount Gambler'and vicinity, . MouDlGambier, Noiember^, 1861. 28lq MR. HENRY CARTER, DENTIST> (From Afei bourne,) _ BEGS leave to state to th« Inhabitants of Mount; Gambier, that he purposes shorilj visiting their town, for one week, when he can be consulted- daily &t Long's South Australian Hotel. YjCTANJTED, a Good General S«r»ant, in * T a Respectable Family for the country. Apply at the' Office of this Paper. 23 tc ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. jp E F1 R S T ANNIVERSARY , X \ of Court Marian will take place ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. Before J[?] Lyon, Esq, S.M. October 30th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

' POLfGE COURT, Before C» Lyon, Esq, S».U. I vrl?'' October 30.hf 1861. " ., 1J /V. Sniton* dejjttS'urlnif sheep ,= on Croivn hands. Fiiied £5 and-cusu. Thomas: Tucker,:- for depasturing-/cattle on CI own lauds. Adjour i^d fof o\\t cuumli.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ROADS. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

THE ROADS. To the Editor of the Border Watch. Sir,--I quite agree with 4« Interested party,"-That it iihiuh time to coinm^nce (lie I'ubllc works, iutended to be carried on: i«» this neighbourhood (and for which: £5000 ban been vuieJ,) mu.it I e apparent toT erery sane-jiersnn.v Aa yet, ho*evev comparatively nailing has" been .done ex cept the.few loads of stone at Maodotmeil Bay, a few grubbed trees and the ba'P-w load# of stone" aiilie Telegraph, whi h by the way a; pear<d like beginning tooraily hi they were carted in the very- \vor> t uf:tiie - weather and alien the roa(V were nil -but impassible, howeveritisheUtrto he a ht . t'e too. early ihun too late; (Avliich rwi'l be die case i( the ««iks a e not at cncecm nirnced. In the course of'two or - three mcnihs, harvest, opeiauoiis wi \ commence. C The formers will require nil ih'i ttrpms la bour, The Government works I i>rj.>uflic wili ihcu bein lull operation.* causing /.n iiictease of wa-jes to -th*- P«rmer^j...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence AGRICULTURAL INTEREST. To the Editor of the Border Watch [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

<? orrespondenee AGRICULTURAL INTEREST. To. the Editor of -ike Border Watch lSir,-lf-ey«r tlie pros pec ts?of the agricul'utf ral inlerWt uf tlrV colony, (juidMt Ganbier e?p« cidl'y) hud a cloud of gloom spread over ayd arouudthem.Jt is at the present ttmecu*t i.ng.a-*haduw"over .the future, which envelop .§ ! ail engaged in la'niin^^orsuits in ruin, and such will no doabt ie irie'-CflS®-ruin-must and mil overtake many a liard*vrorkii)^ i»4i) - who has-Mi depend upon his ciop <-t theeoliu ihgyear to payliis' r&i for make lii* home bn *^OWii. - lh>w iho& whoWe p ?*!»»£ hfuvy renls v ire MI meet the iIHmhuOh rtf ilvir Iuadl«rdajV. ?Co mi* a n.is ery,; esper:i.i!ly- tha->e who Imve taken U|» land iu thiir,;«e gliiiourhood' at the . ^normotH rents '^iii^h bave ^bt'en atked, for : Some of the lauds offered to.the public. . . I would h»ve a|L who h?«e any intention'of commencingfaritfitig 10 consider well (lie »'du thoy ate ab«ii^ to make. If th...

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

' ; CRICKET; , A Meeting was helJ ai SinitVs'Hoiel on Wednesday, ihe~3Qih Oct., to consider the ntiyiaab.Uiiy, anil, lo lake neeemry atept I5K form a Qrickei C .A.hoOl 20 gentleinej^ were- prraeu^. .; Mr, W. II. Harralil w-votp^i to iho chair, . i. : > ^ r After it few remajkson the advisability of'forfatng a Cricket Club, the Chairman . read someftules, kind ly com piled. by M r. tr^tr>5tatnp, which be submitted to the meeting. Maiseyjmd, much pleasure in pro posingJhe first^rcMiiiilion, vie., "That *»»ch a Ciilb">br formed, to be called, (he Mount Gainbier^Ciicftel Club." , The Speaker re rotirk§d7tfia^Crfolt(t was a National, and,a r manly gatne; lie hoped in the course of a . few neck's to see the stumps pitched. " - ' '' Mr. B* tV. Andrews, in rising to second , tfoe rrsolation, stated that he had the bats, tlutrpSi fefKf ball.belonging to the old Club which bfe tbotjghf might be advantageously - purchased for the new Club. The Chairman put the resolu-ion to the meetin...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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NORTHERN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 1 November 1861

' EXPLORATION. "?." i. c-1 - ^ . - Thp follp^lpp despatch bag been received from Mrf iMc'Kinlay ti-r Pando or Lake Hope, ' ; "tk^eptMnbfer^O; 1861. - - VSir--j iia{e^J^\fioror to acquaint you that _r am here wiifvrjfrepaity, vi'h the excep tion of the bullQjrkdijjpjr find b.ackman, who. are .at prjpsent^nafp'3atiy back some dis- - lance fro n ibis with the cart,' but expect to Yiatrg them all tip in a day or so. f 1« was yonr desire -«nd my intention io^s ba»'e jrwesi vou ell particulars of ex per dim re, . &<Cf ifp to this dale 5; bujt 1 am unfortunately unable, a^all mv papers are 'pecked upon the ' cart. ^ J «may," however* olisrrv, that no un*, necessary expense ha? been incurred/ .The horse cart. I.eni sorrv to sar, was;a'very sorry affair, from the bad material* in the - shafts..*- i, was obl'ged io cut off the shafto'and runa pole in is and necessarily purchased 12 ! bullocks. &c., from different persons, and hate drawn upon \ou for the amount. From...

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