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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION. We lake thefollowirigextracts from the watches, as published in the "S. A. Chronicle":-. " The first day of the" National Rifle Matches passed off somewhat, gloomily,'aV thougfc it'must be. admitted that, as the afternoon wore ,on, and it became known that three or four good shots had- begun to lift the interest talfeb in' the proceedings , heightened, and the four, o'clock: squads had certainly no reason to complain of Iadk of patronage.. The morning* opened bleak .and chilling. - heavy showers falling just be foreday break, and denVe masses of threat* ning clouds driving for^honrs r afterwards before the wind. At eight o'clock, the hour appointed for firing, scarcely anyone was on ,the ground, beyond the three diri aions of squad No. 1; who were of course compelled to take op, their position at'the time fixed, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather. Tbe match opened during a strong squally wind, accompanied by driving showers of rain, which, meet...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLISH MAIL. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. From our own Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH From our oion Correspondent. The English mail arrived at Adelaide yes teday_ ' The cause of delay we haveuot asce tained. The news isneithe* of an exeit ing nor important nature. - ; GARIBALDI REFUSED OVER* TUK&S FUOH AMERICA.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

PORTLAND. Tub Chop*.-Tin late rain* h»ve liad a n)«M betitfioal<rf}<-i(oi> »|ict o}!<v aiut lliote in ,the »Hiihb«iurit<>ou «.! Btul*tnattr and $»r>t>uong are tt-foifrd as lu<-k<tig> ; in *%*iy <«-6pecl |n««j>*ct lot the utxi l.ui veht if a most ennui; la^iii^ cue.-t tuomci*-. ('lAf-T C»tKica.-r-:Tb« deiif»reti.< a letiurr < li VciWiiifct'fs* H.t Mi. JJuutHli'h Hotel. Ilitv litltt.t (iu\, alter,' which n ccJifi'tioir ni:« made u* «ietia)v exrerscet., 1 heritolal. I' veriue acctiiinn. to, (he Gmiu* »l;eu meuiJi* «e»* laiaiitei' »»» t>e%e; pence tor. CbroDtcle. ^F.pauatioN - A of ihe friends of wa* HnnonnctfT for last night «t Hfywood ; but the only living creature# ? who Hjipeaieii ai the projiertimo were'two, Koala. ~Chromcie. A NoTH KR 1 LlTE R A RY PlfcAcY. - Ed WUJ Pt phffm S. F.. HDIiller, E«q.', Baris er at . Latv,;hs» favured Us with >on)e l»ne» linger th»...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

GO VE (i y M ENT ADVERTISEMENT. ( OlONIAL "Engineer and . ArchitectV Drpuritnent. S«bUc] T« ndv'ift iec*-ived by the-un ilerfeiarowl fuMlie fo!to«ring Work - foiniinsr d Metalling opposite the Tel - jT Mph S»«iioii,'ftJou«i Gambier, until ocoii of Thursday 21st .iiist. ; Frilling, Metalling end Dichinu about 00 chans of Road, near Macdannell Buy, on the \ a n Lin? of Ro*d, una; noon of Thuw oay, die2U» in>i. Aisc, F rming Metalling and Ditching about HO <-'hu:n» of road,adjoining the abjre «until the 28th ipet, Siit-Hticauons may be seen arid all pariicu \m* obuiiied at »lje office of ihe Engineer, \h. Gamiiier, on and after MondHy next.; The 1 west or any lender not utctasarily icce|iifa, ? W. R. t OULTHARD, C E. . Nov. ltnhr 1961 , ; . ; , | iiUnUti-ii^ned have foriSaity the tot* A K>wing S-ock . ?,0004. and 6 tooth" Wfddera J ,000 6 aiid 8 <c.6oih do. 5,000 E>- es t'uli mouihod (none broken) ),0f;0 J^WeP, 6 mid 8 io«th , *2,500 4 ^ooih W.edders . 4,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GREAT EASTEKR BROKEN DOWN. EXTENSIVE HOBBERY LETTERS. Adelaide, November 4th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

GREAT EASTEKR BROKEN DOWN. EXTENSIVE HOBBEHY LKITERS. | Adelmide.Novcmber4th.186l. By the latest intelligence from New York we lea.n that tiie Confederates are slowly advancing.on the Federal lines in Virginia: It is l^lieved. that a great battle will soon be fought. All actual events, however, are favorsle to the Federalists. Garibaldi has declined overtures from the American Government. - The Great Eastern broke down on her voyage to America. The Bussian, Government urges Federalists to seek reconciliation. . ' . An attempt has been made to assassinate the Queen of Greece. ' An extensive' robberj? of tetters has taken place at the General Post-office; Losdou, one man having as many as thirteen hundred letters. The Grand Duke Constantine has arrived at Dover. v . - ' , Two officers have been murdered at Pi eston, Lancashire, u ' ' ' ; - Prince Alfredhas gone to Canada. Great preparations'are being made in Prus sia for the King a i oionation. Oscar Becker, who attempted to ta^e his ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

^ P<-mpg.*n'J - . V-; ,. t (MOVbT GAMBIER. TOrRb^ESSOR wTKOHtER the Great 1; GERMAN NECROMANCER, Wnj pirV bi. Amu^ Entfrra.nm.nt on MONBAY;_J8im arid TUESDAY, 19 h >:oyj:MBEH, ei Mr A; MitcheilVLargr |Ioo^tV _ \ ".For"pnrii_r»i'ar# see Gills.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

A public f« a nleetiii* was lieldatMount G&subier Hasi, on Weil..es'tlay Vreuinu last Uti itijjrjfcurptijW ojf.- in^uVurntiiig' »tie*>c»iool; in i^4Abqut/40 |»^r«oii« gar down 10 an excellent tea* by' ihe gP<M .people uf the neiiliboutbood, r * puMqmeeti;i«;wa>ili<dJ, Mr. * A i«i ibe diiair. flit tteetiflfyt-'wiui <i|>ea«'i with "inking hud prayer, il «««xraiifyi^^titf chuiraiaii reuwrked, to «j. el .0:1 oc^iuns ;i»»vh * as tlie^resem, ! , more |i®rticQl^rl>'to;parew*. Educ^ti.a Was t»ery*..o>u?ft -to ^^ired, and lie boped* they Wer*'a; 1 faVoralble toft. . He ^011 jra4 , iuiai*d. tbeui on the favourable auspices .« under Which tbi* .«ch»niba<l beet) opened. The receipts were : <£6;; and the cast ot. ertctiug tbe' buil*iit»« o* . :Tbe-build?: mii w«» iliereioie indebt to.ihe umutpnt of £4 \& y ri»r Ketr. J. 0on:^oi?ed tlie first reio!u« ion "Thai u i* ilie^uiy of.parents to make mi) oeoesgary ^crif...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

We 10sjff^mhqtide that we cannot any*longerf undep^te^^^m0t letters sent topSAtnlefts^pro-' perty^^^'^mtteh: Our Hme will iiof _pfer ^^e^f^ond patching1 md rewriting grw'8ly.im^^matical fpis^sjaridthoseper toris of deffM^k 'education ttho'wishtosee their prothi$v$$ikjmhtr must fi^il^nvisedby some ^j^iefetit person be fore sending them in. YPe, deceive letterswhickwould only be^j^miatyjbre we to publish' the syntax aud orlh ogr^y^ijf precisely as they carne-from their author* f\tpia ic£thirik that we should be doing a sjni^fto^Jhe ieriter$by withholding rthem until r$£f&i\JPe-\wish toaojusticei&latt: butit'mint iipncfi^i^to'o^r readers that it would be doing '.vmjOfjg tfimC-m^M id stme^ and less thau justice to 'c$tr*\ "^subject jetters to editorial revision. Jfeifnjitf.iMjt ImsfaM /aoflas. irell topublish lio letters until ^^^^^e^atleg^lemancorneshome»

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Local Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

Local Jliitelliafence . ,V?-i : --i' ->7> \At- - - " Fkvir.-ft appr*r«i iti4i one of the fear squur^e# i^lhe old cocniry, scarlet , has inotio* in tbi» colony »# preVftfiiugiii Portland t>a very fats! families' are in m^rn^t tir mora of afifirihit di-wa^e* of t^ane*! ,?Vboae intlad es; which So Unheatfbyffor , itfc rate ol mortality will «6oii: far »urpa«s that ot Etig anJ, if indeed it dne* mil do .«»? ; in towns a! leasli already. MrnintGambtf^^^ iappily re rai»«iie » j(r^e ^rojia «ct$lel.ftsvei« anU^hmgW ilipre h»s "fceeif rf v*»tf ;1s large tmotint - of «ickne*» from- ttie.Vliddeii chaasjes of temper ature.ajjd l<f® nwiJficteii1 tdieher cau«*d b% lli* WraicilV*of liouai-T»^n»,rwVhH?ehi*da i smatter death **ie liiau tteirhaH* ftii%.;p:4eeof equal population, in- Sotiih Australia. We cannot; fell* hovveffV," fry * ~»opt» < we may b» visited"toy soidp of 1 he'faial epi Jemica which;' hate, passed oVei tth*r placfe<<; but it woiii...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DIRDER WAYGH, Published every Friday morning. FRINDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH 1861. THE VICTORIAN POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

jHjRTDAY. NOVE'IBRK 15TH 186L- \ f ^^nE JVXCTORIAN POST-OFFICE. 4xTK0rGi* we are humanitarians,^ we cotjlc! ifltnyiphj the vindictive code of a 'Draco for; e :pumslimen t of the violators of the ranc ti|v of a private letter. Next, we could i plrrostrestore the Irish penal laws to punish ihe Ppst Office petty thieves who disappoint --our-subscribers, and injure ourselves, We have got Jo- ifeate a Post'Office CONSCIENCE in Australia,'Have we GFJItuemen amongsttis ? Ifwehave, we have men ^amongst us, who eould see afady drtjp $fetfer,aTjd rnn to pick itnp, in orderrto restore it to her, without the " slightest effort to t! eciph^r theaddres, or any fgin? to.absfract'tiie contents But we ymiichfear that such scrnpijTou* eon jfciencea ore~;a? fare in'oiir Trctorian IW OfficesV as white -^wans are common' on the ^fnriray. Too n:anyto|«ur men stand nearly .'iix[feet high, and jet have an M itchinp palm" -chore a private letter, is Concerned.' Give j^hem .the'chance of^ransacklnp . ft Post...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FALLEN [?]AVES. Homble imunation of "Philos[?]" (See "Border Watch," 8th November.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

FALLEN Lr.AVES. Hun>b)e itiiiutifiii oi" ? * Philoft-'*' . e "Bolder YV oicl),''' 8th !N otember.) Yf?» lie down at last, 5?oU blight <r»y» ' Have'bt-eu udhjOiiihui hot the taut lew (!.}«; Bu having » it u» lur «f>oihtr pphe-e, Nott.Y the iinm to take a jug qtf betjr. . . . The yi ung iwoop, f l*epyIners ai nuked irt e«, Aiidif*y ^(iU'i(r tiAfB are uui uu . p ^te. Thf jucuiia «ound ihwt l>ui ihr>ii!> evtry brr«ie,: Excuse me, Madam-41 j.-ray d«u»*i snt'eze." . That taicut to. nd (i! sound' < an latent be), H*^ spoilt d my poHCetut ny iiiphua 11 Cv'ii't-jr|h\ (5, *igl» and woo u>f# teeutte sleep. lii| worn in be«.uiy 'gins id peep. iluu vfidant b< autifcs decked: with dew* . drop brijtlis Shake off your slumber*, wish the morn good (,'igtiu Tbc <i«»* uf Day-a nickname, for the Suu, 1 ween, ! (£m.at»-every flower,and u»ks " iiall *er«ne?" But iea*e» have fallen from ilieir lii^h et»t<*U( Tk e »po»t oi/wiuflry vri...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROTECTION FOR AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

PjtO J fcCTiO N'; ^b'R AGRI CULTURE. V,: Will deny that the Agricuhu'rel Vnd^ Pastoral interests forty the roost solid bafejs-. of a .'country?* prp*p* rjly. To this* grtai ' :i ule ^j^landriia'k, indeed, lie regarded as an ei'crpiion, 1hot'jgh almost a solitary cne. -There the principal portion of the popular lion is soppoited;: by manufactures, toincs . and tq tbtse our ronibfr '' c: ttntrj.' ifVitfl). 4*rt" her influence among the ttaii< usbfjthe«arilfV To these she mViifl ; ? io< k u»t a ccimm.ance - -,oi h«r prosperity pud power';iau<i in all hun an probability j she will *i«t lf<«k in vain j,(or ihej hsv# now . aiquiredacftaneof pt,ti»t<'uencs and sta bility ue'icf beiotc, Ve&che~d by ilia manu laeures; mines and-commerce of any Euro«j peao state. Iirtiits country the agricuiitlf ral iTUHt becumtrihe-chief interest, (or the simple reason tthat our. distance and confc paraiive isolation from lhe^r*sl °' 'he world : ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN EXPLORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

' VICTOR! AN !. XPLORA1 ION. Prom 'ihe! "We< kly- Argil* '* of Nov. 8 ) The-Sea rolling Exne>M<wn> headed by accomplished it* mission, .><1 ofBurker a»d Hs roropanious as betn ascertained'. The storv 5 as (otd 4 Hi. nimmUe of the survivor, is a me<an and th<*e are i'ircnmstHtic^-s in vnu««*i--»r;w!ih.'i»Vtbat; invest it with a oujilf : *«'?>,r/iw- j O^iha. four explorers "riirk*! Vfcvls. O'av. and,'Kins-who,' led ) i'tittfift" ConpriVCreek in Dectniher ist'Jiir «h^'G« f of-t(|r|teniari», (ha la*t - «iun» survives. Gray 'fiiet ~sv«* , »»rt)bed. io^t}te,ifatigtiet and .privations of the intnvy, and ,\V»IU suYj .Burke died almoa imji lane ju»ly jt Coo^rVs' Crwki in June I't, ^u^wliile «4 l»n»ent llie nntimelv fittr I" tj We gajlant meii, on? source of pride .mainV. Tinty '« ere" the first to cross the .on io'ent from sea to *e«. Th^y- acc< m .lisbed the. mTsiton with which they were ?nti listed. > ThoyJiuv...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

Tifi ' -V BORDER .if ATCjli n is ; pal* s. lished every fridajr tuoruiaiMai $u-3 . o'clock* . . . v . ' Subscpi*?ION ; . . .. For tbeqaarier, paidia «Jvaact -£) Terms of Adfertiding : First EightJinei or iswh of 4;ho&.«, ^ 0 8. 0 E*ery additional line' .. 0 0 2 Advertisements under § line* ;<[ 0 3 0 Discount oil adveriiseirfents order'-' * \ed for three months . . . . .'35 per ccrat. Ditto for six months . - .. flj. i. *,« . Shipping A J vertisetneiUs, each: 0, i<> Advertisements for $a*iness Di» . . reciary^per aaiiuin 1,0 0 Ad.?ertiseineaf(4 ia«ried orer f iieader are charjged-^ T^irs* i vo iiinea .... 0 5 0 Each additional liqe 1 titi 0 * 1 0 - ? ?...!r * ' . vJ i " , / i ,t. ? Itia requeued that. fcdjtqriiseinentt, to $e« .cureiheir iusertioa, beVem, in a^eafly ap pov*tblb, «nd at the Ut*$ipol later, tiiati $ve o'clock" on Thursday 4Vet(i^« ' Orders\-for the alteration or vyithdr^wal of adrertise menta must be in **fitiiijj in\l nent in not late*...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Correspondence To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

* orrespondenee i Sir-In-your:l-adf jr. ot.ibw 25th of..Ocfi>bf»r. hsadod " Fo eun PoIiu«:»tHy^irrt»ake use ofaMatrmem whfrk.1 do not think you are justified iiiidfein'g.'v; Th.v 1.1-«lj p. : «. t»nt Col phif, If,iMh'jP«.'yaret p<}t c<'inp#UMit io'd^al with liieiii'(ipr«giV, t'oliMVa j I qui * tgree wish yuu wh»tnvou ^tatetliat theuwiid i wliUh only co.f? t hp p hues s u hj? n t s which per. tain solely lo the country,or disiric; -which' ; fives thera biri'i, &c i t»;p: it :* a wtukoowu fact that the tnore ih^o-iwt doe* the mo/e it v^capubie of doing. But, Sirvut »a trnjiroi'lf 1 tbac though the mtMd «nay he *:urU?<f.;in t'ij: 'eii' TKi^'htti tt t« n H o- xr.e^'^r «**f .sanMoti. Th'retOTe. it doet noi iofloi^j bev cu-e Our M.P.v-are niM.or«n, if evcrr«i|i((eti ut»ciM,io di8<;u-8 tlie affairtinf f<»r«*igrj po»»ri. , that tiiey are /not ca pubtejot' r domii .1U Ii i.< ,my;Te; ^)mi»b!>i; «^hion,thtii^oioniW...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

MOUNT GA$M^;S^M MILLS, miSia' Crushed do. -" ?*. 0 £5 J - .. 0 0 o

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

General Business =.^7"-soot ASP-SHOE- MAKER. : .T, »,:WKii^i6KEi Boot,- and Shoe-Mt^er, ; «, befis I" info ran the inhabijan ts of Mi >\G#asbiwp; th*t ha has now. on 8j*'e in the pre f^ining-: Mr.- John Tuit^-jSlofe; a ^fXarffe, Assortment of Colonial English ;r;ffioo(f ^^ Shwa, bT lbe bwt'descripii Oh,- which Y^Hl ira^r ^iiinK lit ver? Moderate Prices. ^ .All ^racnloflTeW BGOM (or Repairs will Hte punctually attended lo. .1.2cm . H# SPRINGER, Baker, - Pastry 1Cook, &c.» (Nest Doof but One to ; lh« tf.Bordsr. Wa ch " Office,) returns hit <r s:ncef^uhaoks So his triemfeand customers for Ihd li|«iii|.ia||p<)rt which'he has received fine* ' he commenced Business ou the Mouut,and / will q{£iefVry"'endearour to mtrit a continue -. ance Af the same. 'Oril^rs ^uuctuaHy attended lo, end cu«tott| - era sifrVed it their- owndporty < , ljtfm #i - d vQ tKfV'JSt STARKE, v (V^ " Builders, Carpenfers,' Csbiriet Makers, ^ - "HI hct!wri«hfs.&c., , ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

. TO r. V* . I It in stihttlil ; bp jilmri artd p\lfiy^\^^MV(?»rrtte'es do not puif -rfir sppp^-^lroi^^'^^fwBtJuit'resi i»re ninm 1 No notife c»b befgM^(ltiaynio'|8 M"1" RWllie&rinns. ' 'f' ^ Alt nriiW*9' *p'0t> rtp.U8' V, nnthpptimtt cf ^rtfS*8^ofiJfe writer-not tf» 0 j^rapijiia hni«,v ,f tion, l>nrftniffy' ' . Crrrps|^l'dffpw*^jfe%^Ht<»«08ri*J| -.wqunstt'd ' to write > » .ta.i*»a<-vif»8j. ? ? « *'

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 15 November 1861

VTGT0RmSTEAM#ItL9: ^ T5 .. Fin* Flnrff, ;p^ to7o r £ Bran, pet liushel >: ;- .?$< ? .. " IMrardpr doT" rr;?f .' ~:'7 * 0 Out* . r^«." '. \ * ' '*[ 0 D Charges

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 November 1861

rpHE "BORDER WATCH " i* pub. I lished every Friday morniog at Nine o'clock* j. 'v SUBSCRIPTION : . |* For the quarter, paid in advaoca £0 0 6 I Terms of Advertising: First Eight lines or inch of space... 0 3 0 . Every additional line . 4' 0 0 2, Advertisements under 8 lines .. . 0 8 0 Discount on advertisements order ed for three months. «. 25 per cant. .1 Ditto for six months .. 50 [ 'Shipping Advertisements, each ... 0 4 0 Advertisements for Business DU ** rectory, per annum 1 0 .0 Advertisements inserted over the Leader arc charged First Five Lines . ... o 5 o Each additional liie ... 0 1 Q It is requested that advertisements, to se«, cure their insertion, be sent in as early a«>* possible, and at the latest not later tliat^fivej o'clock on Thursday evening. Orders for j,. the alteration or withdrawal of advertise-^ meats must be in writing and sent in not Iat£r; than two o'clock on the Tuesday preceding ; the dav of publication. Advertisements must be accompanied by jr specif...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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