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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 November 1861

VAIUEflES. P a lady >awn half a dozen times in sue* cession, young man, you may get your hat. ) Why are a country girl's cheeks like vreJI-; ( priniecTcut on t. Because iliey are warranted ; to wash and keep their colour. i What difference is there between forms and f | ceremonies? * You sit uponoiie and stand oa.j the other. . J To SHARPEN A MA»?S MEMORY.-Borrow/' five pounds of him. ' ? ; ' A FORLORN HOPE;-The widow that wishes - to die an old maid, . -; - . Natural Masic-6ome one defines to beV j pretty girl. We caanot gainsay it for the life of US- ? ; <*' ? ';: '1

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

m/| 1SS KATE WARDE i-*jL Assisted by MESSRS. C. WARD, VINSON &FORD, Will give her vIMMITABLE ENTERTAINMENT, Entitled PATCHWORK, With other amusements, at y Mir. MITCHELL'S HOTEL, * On SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 23RD. iMadameOnn-Pianist.' <

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 — 22 November 1861

To the Editor o f the Border Watclu Sir-I am happy being informed by * Stonecrackor' tjiat three seve al- reported ; * statements preference, to the Bay-Road is not correct. Thai the men employed are hon* - estly earning their,7s per 'day. 'J disclaim the intention ofs'anderin^ or Impugning ilie hon esty, of anyone. I know neither men or foreman and Superintendent by sight only. I simply say thai those were asample of if he. answers to my enquiries^ and that I did net thiuk them satisfaictrry or altogether correct at the tfrne, and ifuriher stated those -answers in order 10 ge» better and more correct infor mation. If such conduct is unmar.ly, I plead gUiHy. . ./. ;/J ? Hahdotn statistics m 12 men at 7s perday 7 yrs weeks days * 1 foreman 16s " j 8 . 10 4 £5000 Or fay one half the amount for teams v l#et»r 8 months ^-weeks 2 days. 7 ^ INTERESTED FA11.TY, 186,« .

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

Local!: Intelligence WOOL.-Several dray loads of wool have passed thro.ngh'. this township within the last few days on their>ay to Portland. + DEATH OF A BULLQCK.-OU Tuesday last a working^bnllock.'the property of a carrier named PeierSifcll dovo 'dead-'in'the smeet. ^ The cause.of death was an oveiflow of blood to the heart* - v MR: MITCHELL'S New : H(OTEI..---The tender for the jnasqn work of this building has been obtained by "Michael Hogart for . the sum of' £550; the carpenter work; , Maddock and - Go.> £414 V8s.?; ? Thos; Smith, plastering, £172; -Brovvii aqd Feus, .painter,and pl»mbpr,,.c£l.40; ? Total cost of "lhevbuii(iing, 421,276 13s. ' V ScATterry OF IjABjttR ~We have been *"informed by Mr. Goulthard . that*: he1 is unable to promue the'iuiroberiof hai\ds re 's<qaiaiie for the carrying on of the g^v.t.rn^ went woiks in -this district; and ? iha'V he will be reduced to the necessity of'sending to the- noetrop<;li*3 for the .required nUaiber of'...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND, 1861. THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.* [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 November 1861

."!Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 22M>, I&I.; TIJE KORTH BRITISH REVIEW.* Another' number of " The" North British Review " claims our attention; ahd reallv ? 7- ..V- '"((St " J ? * ". . ' - '? - ". it is so full of interesting and extraclable matter thatwecnly wish :'*Tbe Border AVatchwere capacious enough to contain all that ne are willing to transfer from its pages to our columns. As in ou r notice of the previous number, we shall, in: the first instance, indicate the nature of: the contents of the number before us, and then, as before transfer as much of its mind and spiriUnto -"if * The JBorder Watch * as we ean conveni . ently. manage to effect. ;>*. For the benefit,: then, of our '. literary i readers, we shall index or catalogue the contents of No. LXVII, and then proceed with our description of the Dature and 1 character of the articles. In doing so, we i shall abstain from ; mere verbal criticism. It belongs only to that more ancient .* Quart...

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

I General ^ews. ( | GIRL KILLED BY a BULL.-On the afternoon of Friday, a hcrd»lassie of the come of JMacadamj belonging lo t^'e Mills of Forres/ and in the employment of Mr. Maepiiereon, Kerrow,Edinkillie,wa3 killed by a bull on a -field: not ' 300 i yards» ' from the farm^kduse. V At fire o'clock she was seen looking after her charge, consist iog ofihe-buli (Aberdeenshire polled'), seven cows, and other -cattle. About aa hour - aftervvards.Mr./Macphereon's grieve, who was working at some distance, observed the beasts among the icom, and not seeing the herd, shouted to : some one about the bouse to tijm them out; Oue of the. do mestic servants hastened to this. fi«ld, and was shocked'qn 'coming unexpectedly on the dead body of the herd lassie. The alarm was given, and Mr. MacPherson himself hastened to the spot. Me: saw at once; from the marks of the animal's feet on the ground^ and the position andappeeranceof the corpse, that the bull ; had boxed and ' stamped the poor girl to dea...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 November 1861

THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE,. \ ' (Commiqucaled.) THE piebtnt low prices of wheat and older cereals, is producing a panic amongst our Agriculturalists, and nut without consider able foundation ; as »e do not see any reason that really remunerative rates will be obtained; till a market cau be found where our surplus grain w ill meet with ready sale - at far Higher prices than are at present of fering in the; Colonial markets. Looking at the mass of statistics before us, neither do we see any evidence that high ratis will coniinne even if returned for a thort time. It becomes otir duty then to look steadily at the evil in its present phase, aod if possible j to offer a few Suggestions for the benefit of j the former, and of caution to those who think of purchasing or leasing land for the -purposes of Agriculture.; ; , With the great (act of free selection be fore us and-its practical working within so short a distance,-it is an acV at once suici» da) and inconsistent to take up lands at...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, November 19th. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M., H. Wells, and J. Umpherston, Esqrs., J.P.'s. November 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 22 November 1861

LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, November I9il». Before J. C» Lyon, Esq., S.M., H. Wells, and J. Umpherston, Esqrs., J.P.'s. November 15th. Charles La man and Patrick Keually, charged by Trooper Daou with being drunk and disorderly at Macdounell Bay, were mulcted in the sum of 5s, each. Williams v. Smith. . Unlawfully working a bullock. Decree for; plaintiff, defendant to pay £1, aud'also the value of the bul lock, £8; * , Kulin v. Cock; This^Was a claim made for £9, due lor wages. Mr. Prehn acted as interpretor for plainiiff. ; Plaintiff being sworn; said that defendant engaged him in July for no definite period at the rate of 30s. a week. He had worked for ten weeks. .Defendant charged him p'aiutiff with a quantity of grain he had spoiled, and this he objected "to. Decree lor plaintiff, £4 9s. 4d., costs divided. Scbultz v.Jobnson, cloim of £34, amount due for wages. Paid into court. King v. King. Case adjourned. Vause v. McEachern. Claim for £3 TOs 2d. ; ' Defendant pleaded that he was unab...

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 — 22 November 1861

MOUNT G AM JBIER IsTE AM MIBLS^ .1 Fine flour, per ion »':» .. Pollard; per bushel «». do. per tori v Bran, ; do." *. Oats*per bushel Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. £ s. d .. 12 0 0 ... .0 1 6 .. 7. 0 0 ... 0 1 3 0 5 0 0 6 o . Hi" ''0 ? 5 . : 0 _ 0 6 0 ?

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

<0^iteral: Btosiiiess; \ulFnrtTlANl? SHOE MAKER. ' &*&&&**an£f Shoe Maker, i i thte ipHatiitants of Ml. Sate in the prpi-.> Tuite's. Stor^V a aod, tBuglilh' Shpesj of the beatdescriplion, which5 ySp||K^^elfine: at yenflwodeiiie^ri^-"'1'! W^iy ^tWn^ed!£g£''^ ? '.fi^ :^}A 2cbS ?;. ; - KflfrV'f--- f'V* ffij* "j't" ."*'"V ""V, >.'', .iV"*"'"' '. . ., . " ?,? H-;: ^ij^INCjER, 5 Baker, .'Pastry* < fi;|;0oblfi|Kc^ '(NiiSx^Bbbi; but One,,to [<tJ?«Bo1rdarr Watqti i}" Office,) returns, his j V«ii|tj^^ tbaftkstohWfriends&ttd customers for' aupfJort whioh he hds received since " ^c(p^^n^nc?4 ^Bilsiness otf*the>Mount,**nd every endeavour to,merit a continu* ^cepf the same. s . ' - ' h;^&-Orders pjpnctuajlyattended to,and custom*! <X«r* sgHld.Jat their own door?.' ? 12fm -. v-A '-v -. ' "-*. -?.?' ? ' .?' -? """" " rt { fVO JI/ LIS & S TAR K E , - Builders,, Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, . I...

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

to CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable'that communications should be short and pithy ; Jengthy articles do not suit our 'space; ;malters of local interest are most acceptable. No notice can be taken of afioaymous com munications, - . . . , All articles sent for insertion must be authenticated by the name4ind addres- of the writer--riot as a " sine qua non " f«r publica lion, but as' a guarantee of good faith. - -'Correspondents are particularly requested to writeicn 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 — 22 November 1861

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flowr, per ton Bran, per bushel Pollard, . do," Oats v do. "Barley do. £12 0 0 0 0 Charges lo' crushing 1 sj:per bushel. ?

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

BIRTH. At Mosquito Plains, on the 17th inst., Mrs. Wm. Macintosh of twin Daughters, both doing well.

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

.Bombarding is ICBBERO;--A Nova Sco tia | aper states that . when her majesty 's Sieara-ship Mersey yras approachiDg the banks, her captain tried the Armstrong guns agailist rorbe icebergs. ,rAn Armstrong , shell was fired at a small iceberg about 150 feet high) from a distance of four miles and a half. Such was the effect that a hlock of ice, judged to be of about ;100: tons,fell from- the .summit. This large weight, falling from the top of the. berg, vremoved. ,ihe. cenire of '.gfavit ^P v^hfqh caused'the whole fabric to roll over and rock to and fro." Arrowro.OT.-Some Moreion Bay-arrow root, manufactured by Mr; James Board, has. been recently sent to the Melbourne Hospilal: for the .use *of the' patients; The superin tendent: of tha'tt--institution '.-wriieS that .the article ia " of such a superior quality that directions have been given to secure a supply for the use of the, jnstiiutidn.'' ' i,. ..What mates a1 lawyet's position so peril-' I .ous T' Because he has other me^'s d...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

New VICTORIA^ MINISTRY. -Thei new Ministry js to be Q'Sbanassyi Chief Secret; '.vtary'ji-'HainesyMlnistcr'pf^inance; Duffy, Lands; Ireland* Attorney-General; Wood Minister o| Jnsrice-andMines; Anderson, Customsand Johnston, Public Works. Niehol6«nand MatdMahon are to be part 6f the Execu ive with'riut office.5 Mitciiell re presents the Ministry in the 'Upper Mouse. Parliament is adjourned till December 17, . ; CAi.itoRNrANi-r,WiiEAT.TrThe amocnt of wheat exported from SaaFraricisco dur ing ;tbfe-y?ar ending June 30th, counting flour at three sacks to the barrel, amount to 2,120.246.sack», averaging 100 lbs. entby which" is equal to 3,533,744-bushels. -The crop for I860, it is ascertained, was about 7,180,000 bushe's. The average ptice; for the year was Sl52f per 100 lbs., at wJ*jVh raie tiie crop yielded S6.582.60o, -T-Tlie average expense to the farmer of marketing during the pastyear, including sacks,'freight and c^uiraissiop, but not including any charge fpr storage, was about 33...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

,NEW ZEALANJX The Taranaki Herald says a letter has bec'ii'seen from W. Kirigi to the chief hold. ing-Puketekaurie for Government, directing bini; to quit jt,rand intimating] that; if not ;f^ir^woald the. used. ' 5 Thecomraaader of ihe troops atTaranaki has -issued a notice that, pending negotia tions for settlement. of difficulties With natives, bo Europeans but those authorized v are to hold communicaiions tVith the natives inimical to Government, and requesting no Europeans'to visit particular native uet ;,tlenienu»ii''J-1 '?. 'V ,u ' ' There is much'speculation as to the cause of this udtice; It is supposed to arise from the reported inteatida of the settlers to inter* fere with arms to get'back their property. ?General accounts from Northern natives 'show their wish to stand aloof from the contest, yet not-to give up tbe dream of an independent; nationality. :' 41 ;

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

LATEST^ ENGLISH NEWS. The Wonga >Voiiga, jibe. English . ?iWttils perlSalsette,. arrived on Thursday :morninf». fiom King George's Sound, which place the .SalsetteSreftcUed on ' November the 9ih, instead ofHbe^^hi: The loss of ; ume» it appears, arose from iier bavin&itt'd. to wait aVPoint de Galle for the .overland mail, whichIvas delay*d four, days in pass . ing through Egypt: by' the I overflowing of > the Nile and tire destruction of aportion^'cff;; the rail way/ ; The chief ilems of the month's . news areastoJlawa": No engagement of very great importance has taken place between the belligerents in America,, but 'the Confederates are slowly 'advancing cji the Federal jities in Virginia^ and a great battle is regarded, as imminent;' The apprehension of an; immediate ad vance of the Confederates on Washington lias subsided, but skirmishes are of frequent occurrence. ;An, engagement has. been fought near Summervillei Western Virginia, the Gcnfederates-abandoning a str...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT /"COLONIAL Engineer .'and Architects ^ - Department. V -Tenders will be received by the under* signed until noun or Wednesday, December ,4tb, 1861; For grubbing tree?, stumps, and roots in (fife chain wide of the road, and half a mile in length, between sections Noi' 482 and 100. Spcr.ificaiions &c- to be Bt-en, and all par ticulats obtained on application. Printed . tonhs for tendering will b«i supplied: , N Tiie tonrest or any tender hot necessarily accented. ;r; W. R COULTHARD, C.E. Mount Garobieri ,: - I, ( 27ih November, 1861, NOTICE.;.' ;^ N OTICE is hereby given that unless,: A); ired Badges settie>;. his account»with me," his Chesnut Horse, branded D near sliou 'der will be. sold to pay expenses, _on Tuesday, December 3rd, 1861. ' JOHN LOV.KE. Macdonneli Bav Hotel,' " Nov. 26th, 1661, ; t- . TENDERS. QEPARATE Tenders* are required for the . ^5. Mason and Carpenter wqtkof a Stone Shop and Dwelling. * Plan and iSpecifications', may be ? seen...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE GOVERNORSHIP OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

THE - GOVERNORSHIP OF THti COLONY. . ~ On Thursday, last- the_ following des patches from the Secretary of State for the Colonics were 'TdrwirHed^totheLegislative - Council by message of the Governor : »*Dowiiing-street, September 9; 186], " Sir--I bate, the honour to acquaint yon that your period of service as "Goyi'rnOC of South Australia haying expired, ! have submitted the'name af Sir Dorainic Daly as . yottf; '. ' ; ««1 will give you the earliest information of the period ai which 'Sir Dominic. ,Daly may propose ito leave England to assume his duty.- * ; *. I gladly avail myself of, this opportu nity of expressing to you the approval «f Her Majesty's Government,of ycur .public services during the time you have adroiuis* ;tered the Government of the colony which you are about to leave." I feel sure thai the inhabitants of South ' Australia Will equally appreciate the interest which you have al wavs evinced in their welfare. *. i have, a&c , . '?'j: ;? Newcastle, « Govern...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IMPORTANT FROM CHINA. DEATH OF THE EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 29 November 1861

I^fidjRTANT FROM CHINA. PEATH OF, THE EMPERO H. - "The late EmperorHeiu-^Un^ son of'Tau-Kwang, who died in February, 1850, after a. reign of thirty -[years. Accor* ding to the Chinese laws of succession the sovereign has the power ot nominating any male member of. the royal Jamily as his suc^ cessor. It is not necessary that; be should :'bft the eldest son, and he may even appoint a brother or uncle to succeed hi to, .provided he has exhibited capacity snd talent- for . governing, more conspicuously than any ! other possessor of the blood royal. In this instance Tan-Kwang ' nominated as -his successor Hein Fuiigi his fourth ' son.fstep ; ping ov«r the head of three others. ... On, his accession to the th rone in February, 1855', great hopes were entertained of him, as it was evident he possessed administra tive capaciiy in a high degree. But he was a" young man of a lascivious disposition, and abandoned the. severe discussions of his cquritil :foi' the more.palatable society of hi# ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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