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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

r. ^1'*^;i-*'1^'.?>' r " ''^$"v\ I,*;'-"' v'" ?. v**V , VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. r'&iS,rv,::\.'_>:-?? > V. .v;V. .v-.....» v/?.- .v .' ; Fine Flour, p^r ton'r .. £11 0 Braiii p?r buabel ,. t., O 1 ' Poulard, do,; - .. -w .. 0 1 Oata- ' - do. - . ... 0 5 parley do., ~ 0 0 ^barges !o* crashing Is, per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is desirable (hat coinmunicatiQ^^Iioulcf^ V: tie short and pithy; lengthy do not \'ifaVfiDur space; jailers of-r^i interest, are _ No notice can bfe tak?n ofanonymous com ' Scunications. All articles seut for insertion 'must be authenticated by the name and addres* of the writer-not ad a " sine qua not)'[ f/>r publics* tion, but'asa gtmraotee of good faith. v Gorrespo^denjj' ^are tfarticularly tequgsted to' write oil One side of the paper only* , t 1 '* *

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

/.Markets.,,,-; < "* ? ?* « » * * *" MOUNT- G AM BIER ST^&M^MILLS. j 'i * £ 8 d Fiue floor), per ton s *>i i X n ? PoUyd s^ta,^, -: j.jHJ « o I.': .. 2 ? S Oata, per jiuslul 050 Crushed do. , ' - " S ® ° Barley . .. - i \ ® ® ' Crimliedda. ' ? *' . " ,» « "

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

; BfrftT ASP, SHOE MAKJ3B. /M v l? *.: . ;,-l AREINEKE, BootW^Koe^ltfaWerf . begs to itifortn^the nihabijants j f Ghrubier,that hehas gowon Saieinthe pfe- | ) raisesjadjoining - Mr. ,Johk ;Tuite's',4St6re/.,ar| . Large Anortin'ent'-!o^^p1dni&l^a(id^i>glisl^' Bodis and Shoes, of the best description, vyhick; . he is noiy Seliing at very Moderate Prices.. - . All Orders for;, New- Boots''or Repairs1 will : be punctually atiended*io; '' *.. ; , rV.H. SPRINGER, 'Baker; Pastry-. I V3Tv Cook, &cM^Nest Door but ,One«toTj ^ th«v'V£lorder, Watch '* ^Office;) returns' his. J s.ncere tVanks to his friends and customers for. I ilielibcmlsupportwhicHhehastec^ivedsince.-j he commenced Business on the Mount,-and ; willtise ev«ry endeavour taJ intrit'Tajt?6ntinu« -j ? a«ice of tli6 :. ? Oiders punctually attended toy»nd custom** . ers ser»ed at;heir :u wn doofp. * ' ,J2fnriv^ / iQ LLI 'S^^5S'Y4^K'*E,,. ^ " Builders, Carpenters,'-Cabinet.Makers,^ I >' \\ heelwrighis, &c...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1861. THE "TIMES" NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

THE ^ Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1861. THE "TIMES * NEWSPAPER. WE bay? before us & monthly file of ihe f* Evening Mail," bringingdown the uews of the day to the 25ih September last. Some of our readers are perhaps;not" aware that the *? Times,which is a daily paper, reproduces' itself three times a week under the tiife of-the " Evening .Mail.'' Nearly all the Ic-aditfg^ article?, apd the cream of the literary matter ofcthe 'great jourual, are embodied io the 4* Mail" ; the advenise roents, wbi( h swell so greatly the bulk of the daily paper, being omitted. Iu this manner are enabled, to master the con tents of tlie. °-Tin»esr,f which we could scarcely do tfefe:the~ immensely voluminous maBs of the daily numbersto be laid upon our iable oncea:month» lu aihrice a week form, the " Times" ben-be sent.conveniently ? lo the most distai.t pans of the earth, is really , no small consolation to us« in tb^reinote land, to obtain, through audi an .dtnirable ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY, 5TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

SECOND D A Y.-THURSDAY 5TH D EC EM BE R .               OPEN HANDICAP, of -160 sovs; distance,   two miles, Ross's b g Olive, aged (Hugh Ross) 1 Carmichael's b m Dusty Sal, 6.yrs, Trainor 2.,   Grant's b g Mustang, 5 yrs, Ferguson 3 The following also : started :-Robinson's   Whaleboat, Francis's Woodman, Robertson's Colonel, Harcoan's Tramp, Donaldson's Sur- prise. Phillips's Vega, Learmonh's Bassin- ette, Wilson's Ebor, Maddison'a Minnie, and Chaffey's Mystery. The word being given, Dusty Sal rushed off with the lead, followed by Surprise, Musang, and Whaleboat, Olive heading the second     division. In this order the first mile was traversed, when Olite began to creep up, and Whaleboat also came to close quarters. At the bushes, Olive got up to Dusty Sal, and raced with her to the distance ; Whaleboat then made his efforts, bu...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

MARRIED.             At Mount Gambier, on the 9th Dec., by the Rev. J Sheldon, Mr A. Wallace, young est son of Jerimiah and Anne Wallace, of Abadouglas, King's County, Ireland, to   Miss M. E. Hill, youngest daughter of Mr George and Sarah Hill, Highham, Somer    setshire, late from England. MARRIED. On the 9 th inst., at the Lighthouse, Cape Northumberland, by the Rev. H. T. Burgess, Mr. James Badenoch, of Port McDonnell, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Shanks,   Lacipede Bay.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 December 1861

Inverness Inn, Near Penola. NEW YEAR'S DAY, January lst, 1802. '? --:- ; '"7 : -? First Race.-A s«eep of £2, wilh SOTS. .'added .. ' ^ ?? Second Race,--The Huntsman's Jumping Scurry, for a horse, value £25. Entrance according to the number of Horses Entered. Over five flights of hurdles. Once round the course.' Heats. - V Third Race,- Champagne and Cigar, sweeps ake. A sweep of £2, with >o*s. aded. A case of Champagne and half a dozen bun* dies of Cigars^ Entrauce lUs. * - Fuurih Race.-Hurry Scurry, far whip and spurs. JEuirance. : : Other noveities willbealso brought forward to de!inht and atnose.the eyes of a discerning Public.. The distances for the above Rnces wilt be decidrd by the stewa ds oil the muning of the Races. The stewards will be appointed on the 'ground. The above races to be contested fur by un traiued horses only. . T< e decision ot the Stewards to be final. ; No one to ei.ter a horse unites* a sUtlscri Uer of £1 Is. to the fund. , C-n the following d...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE OTAGO DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

THE OTAGO DIGGINGS. /fbe Aldinga sailed Ironi Otago at 8 on the 23rd iusiani, experiencing stoimy head gules add a heavy sea. She Iras accomplished another speedy Vojage, .Occupying only 13 days since leaving Mel bourne. She brings on freight 40,000 ounces-uumely, 25,000 ounces tor ihe JJnion Bank, and 15,000 ounces for the Bank of New^outh Wales. ? The eacort* to Dunediii on ihe 14th instant brou>ih down 35 000 ounces; and that of,the 22nd, 21,090 ounces, li must lie remembered thai the firti mentioned escort was fort nightly, while the latter is the first of the weekly escorts. There is eVery appearaiue irom reports, of the next: escort bribgirg '..an equal amount. ' There are do idle men iu Duntdin. The carpenters had a meet* .ing, aud are demanding 15s. -per. diem, which from the number of new buildings iu /course of erectyni, will, it is -presumed, \bave to be conceded. , ' An extensive rush to the Blue Mountains district, about 90 miles frum Gabriels vGully, and 50 from Iii...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE DEATH OF BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

THE DEATH OFBUiRKE We (A dpIaifIeObp^evec) have T^ceived se'pral poetical effusions on the subject of Burke's death, but in the present crowded slate of o*?r columns we Have only roam for an extract from one which is decidedly the of them:- - - . There none were near him with religions power To soo'he the anguish of his'dying hour. There were no weeping friends, or pityina: tear, To mitigate his pangs While lingering here.' No Inuring wife received his dying iireaili. Or fondly pressed the hand, now cold in death; No anxious mother, when the spirit fled, Performed the last sad office for the dead; No downv. bed was ther^ whore he reposed : 3STo father's hand his quivering lire bsconcpesed; ?No weeping brother clospd his glaziiie pye; No sorro wing sister watched sthe sufferer die ;. He died;alone, in regions far away, ( Where still lie lies to moulder in decay. v.. Can none be .frond throughout these vast domains To search the de>ert for his dear reroainsf - Go brirghis bones and...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

ADELAIDE NEWS. . . CRICKET.--?A4n iiibings wasfylayed.. on tli'e Norih FatkXahd?, Adelaide, on Satur -day-last; "between two eievens~of tiiat Clul), Perry man's "side scored '81,! aud ? JaffVey *8 bide 77r ^ \ : ' r -I CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS .-Th ursir' c.onta.iris.AJI »? i<» "djrect in g ^ rall;ofiicer8 ajid otbers |i»vi{i^ CiviLSefvice . I to abstain fruin active interference in polili- i cat;- tpovewents,; and informingI themjit 18 j desirable they-should absent. themselves . i>om.aU_pubiie_nieeting8 eonveikd. for ;poii» tical purposes,, though they are not to be prevented by... this from exercisiugkh^ir; . political: franchise, -..r ^" CRINOLINE AGAIN.-A frightful crino- ?i U^a^tdentfhappenedi lately to a young": 4 woman at Uiiley, whose t«?o ample: dress "took "fire"while ^hga^^^ 'department. The, fjyorcr^lVcJwas immea : ; diateiy removed tolhe Hosp:tal,vvvhere t-he lingered uniil Saiiirday last^when death put an end to ,tart suffering/^. " THB NEW CHIEP JUSTIC...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

G UTCHEN BAY RACES. f l^e and IOTU. "'"::?v «vH ? "' " STEWARDS* . , C..Hawker*^«" " - . . - A..Wel!s. Esq. Seymour, Esq. ??* riiomas.Glen, Esq «? ? Robert Stockdale^ Esq. - " SECRETARY* J , ; ; Mr. J. G. o'Keek ,f " JHURSDAY, the 0rH, MAIDLh 1ft,atb+,2 guineas entrance, - 50V3 «».added, one mile »nd a halt; one event. - weights for age. For horse*'thin neve J wen public money,* ? ;= -. tfi TOWN' PLATE; 4 guineas entrance, - 8o?»; added, two-mile heats. Weights for age. ' Huddle' Rxcf, & guineas entrance, - sots. 'V adUedi-- Four ,'Jeaps* Tour.Teet higt?, ,one mile and a lialf.Iie.it8. Weights tor tt^e. HACK*, mile heatff, one guinea entrance, - . .sovs. added. Catch weights. ' " FRIDA Y;, thj| OTi Liger, . 4 guineas entrance, .--* flovs.; adued, ?one"'mile and , one; event} Three horses to start ort.no race. r ,f .' 4 guineas entrance, - *'>?*> added j threeiniles/oneevent. Welter weights, * ." 'CONSOLATION -STAKES, forall horses .beaten .-'dtfringnhe meeting; one-gui...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ESCAPE AND CAPTURE OF A CONVICT AT CHATHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

ESCAPE AND CAPTURE OF A CONVICT AT CHATHAM. During the time (ho convicts at Chatham were employed woiking near ibe dockyard on Thursdayyone of them, a young fellow named Macallutny who although only 18 years of age is a proficient in* crime, suc ceeded in effecting his tscape in a very dar ing manner. . It appears that Macal!un>, who, there is no doubt, had plauued his es cape with some of the other prisoner*, waa employed with a small^party of other con victs at a secluded poruon of the dockyard, under the charge of the usual convict guard. Seizing the opportunity of the attention of the warder being diversed to another par.t «f ihe yard-which there is no doubt was planned by the other prisoners-T Macallum . slipped away from his Rang, and immedi ately disappeared. Passing beneath tl e gun Harge near'which he was at work, he crawled along.by a small jetty, his absence all this while not bting known .«» the convict war der. He then changed his convict dress, though now heuicceede...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WRECK AT GUICHEN BAY. Monday morning, 11 o'clock, [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own correspondent.) WRECK OF THE SHIP ALMA AT GUICHEN BAY. NO LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

;WBECI£ AT GVICKEK 1 J- ' . .. ».: J Uif J- .AV!< A J,.i ; Wo ...... : {'?'?} ;. ..... .. ^?-1 .. ... i. Mflddajr lWrnibg, llb'clock, . '*** ?? ;ri t "' TBlEttRAPH.]! our ownc or respondent.) . \VllfeGK bF iHE SHIP ALMA AT . :i. : NO^JilvSxO^T:' " Feairfil'hurricaue uoi? raging herei Ship Alma became ^ totar >reck.yesterday after* fnootiv i The Crcw w^re saved by a rocket apparatus - pulled them along a rope to Hie shore. ' She^ias no w gone to pieces. The Livingstone, vi'iih a large cargo o if wool, valued at fifty thousand poundslas tieen 'drifting for the Jaar twenty four hours. If the Vriod does not change she she will be ,a totlsJL wreck. She is withiu fifty yards of .the »hore. They have cut: one maai away. Thrfee'anchors with kedge holding her. The life boat just going off to take her crew . 6ff- All- the shore boats except th:ee tuiik,i.iaashed or on shore. ; ( i Barometer yesterday Ml to 29 984. This is s*atd lo l e the :most fearful gale ever seen"lidre.{ #

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

GfRYfcHl.lL NEWS. THB AMERICAN ^NATIONAL DLBT." The .Times' computes that a National Debt is being cieated in America at the rat- «f sixty millions sterling a year, which throws all our borrowing, even during great French war and Crirhmn war inio the shade; that while sixty mlli ns annually would be added to Ihe charge of ilutt deb', :'so that four years and.three quarters of their present expenditure would saddle them with a burden equ&l'toMthat which we have in curred in a centtiary and 'a half. A WARLIKE INVENTION.-The t'onrrier de Saint Etienne states thai a man named Rockette, belonging to - the 13ih Fool Chasseurs, lias iriveuted an apparatus which, when adapted to* cannon, will without in any way impeding the working or the pointing of the piece, show the exeel distance of the enemy, so that every shot may tell on them. A drawing of this invention b*ts been laid before Marshal Neil, who highly approved of i», and has requested the in ventor to furnish him with a detai...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. Last weeks Gazette contained the -re turn*; shouritig the imports and exports of the Province of South Australia lor the quarter ended the 30th Sep. 1861. '1 he value of the total imports durirg the three months was £559,507,' of whiih tbeie was re-expoited £81,745, leading the value of .t'h,e;1 Jmpbrts consumed .: io the colony >6477,761 i During ihe same . period, the value of the total exports wf s £5300,970/ Of these the irnj orts ie-exported amounted -£219,225 ks the value of exports the prodi ce of the colony. The Customs leceipts for the quarter amounted fo £32 518 18s. 8d.. vvhich is made up of the It-Hot* jng iums Duties \ ... £29,504 10 5 Duties-on Colonial Spirits 1 11 0 'Agents' Licences ... 10 0 0 "New Registers ... 3 10 0 Port Robe .. 708 1 0 4 Port Goolwa 70 12 1 Port. Augusta ... 60 8 6 Port MacDoonell ... 359 16 3 :DEP08lT AcCrtDNT. Port Goolwa ... 1,337 1 6 Port Adelaide ... 462 12 9 Total ... ... £32 518 18 8 Of tlie duties received during'the...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) ARRIVAL OF MAIL STEAMER. SIR DOMINIC DALY TO SAIL IN NOVEMBER. SCANTY HARVEST IN ENGLAND. CONFFDERATES DEFEATED. WOOL UNCHANGED. Saturday, December 14th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.]M ni , (' " '< ' .' '* ' ! . ;/?! . l: : (From-, oiir - ov^CorrwpoB^t'.}; " ? ARHlVAt OF MAl^ STEAMER. : SIB DOMINiG dXL Y TO SAIL IN NOVEMBER. SCANTY' HARVEST IN -ENjSLA ND. CONFFI^RWrEs DEFEATED. ; ",v,i- 'WOOL1 AKG^ED; r ? . ^.iVSafur^ li&Bt.J ? with ilie English nidll, * arrived in Hobfcon'a: Bay on Sauirvjay, evening last. SiieJ>rj»gs"num.lo the 26th October. " ; i r *i t . -. \. i .t .». ; . . v . Parliament had beeu j>rorogued oD -lhe*' 22 nd of/OctobeP. J \} ------- - A: u eyjf Company biid. Uteri formed to resipf^1 the Recj Seadl«legYa|(h, ; f 1 : 'Irfo iomo«redf.ihat..KgpoIeo|i is anxiduis to purchase the Great'EagteVo. . r . r-fi -V ; - .1 ; ^,IIer",Maj«fiijr, Prince Consort and Royal Family baye r* turnedifidnisScbtfaiid. Hungarian aspeciaare threatening.' Poland has been placed^ iu a s'ate of s:'s»e. Napoleoh adjourned for consideration ot/Z [ Italian affairs. . financial difficulii^jtfre arising-in France j' * &l...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

L0CK1E & WATT; SADDLERSj Harness; Makers, atid ' Impcriersi liave just Jr^ceivetl1 a First1.' ' claas' Assortraent of SADDLERY, per ship . Venus, fVomXnrerpoool,COn)prisiii£} LadiCs* Saddles; with (attest improvements , Gent lenient first classHogskinSaddlea > a Large Variety of Stock and ,v:,j Gomroon Saddles Pair-sets of Si vcr and Bras* mounted Curr'age Harness Double slid: single: sets of Silver mounted - Buggy Harness ?; , » Gig and Spring ca t Harness'/ Whips in GleHt^arieiy-comprising Ame-(, . rican four horse, Yankee Uuggy, Tanderii uiid Gi' Wliips Jockey Whips 6f every class Huntiujr,'- liorsebreukcr's and Ladies' . " AVlwps'j in great variery f . Every dvsciiption of.Laiie^Vaud Gentle1 men's Bridles , , i Hunting and Racehorse, Ciotiiiiig, Blank* b."--- v|e,M'K»*^c.. * ' / Saddle-clott, Valises. Spars', Brother Waterproof Harness Blacking y Colonial Ho^skin Saddles, from £8 to. £10. TO SETTLERS. AN D G U ARpiANS.. ..;,M . ? . LPPK AT Tti W4^ of wDsi^erajile; Ekp...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

' v : 7T^ ~f i :\ - - .Tbere. haa fbtfen a great battle fought at Lexington^ but no a'dlfientic details have yet c( ine. to hand*.'' The confederates -attacked the blockading saqaaciroo at New Orleans, taking one «hip and driving the rest ashore. .The.Coufederates were, hi>w ever4 defeated with; considerable loss ia kj - attempt-to recapture Forts Hatterai,. The .ronfederafes'ArQ ' retiring iron* before Washington. - ; The military enterfii the churches* in Warsaw: on "the Anniversary 'orKosiosko's death, and arrested the. ma'e worshippers.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 December 1861

u ! D1STRJC^CQUNCIL.; : The followingcommunication has,been r6- . '. jjeived, and handeduY forpublication : - J» : : Cifowii M'nds land firimigrauon'Office, ?q -Adelaid^ 9ih !Diecemberi'li86f 1; ' Gentlemen,*'? - ??'.v,;' Your Memorial for the'*constitution of a .'Pijtrict Council of. Mount Gambier, having been' laid' betfiMI the G'uW&rafeiiti together; witli Hhfe Gouni^* Memorials, &c.> relating ' thereto, I htlve nowithe hoiioryby, instruction 1 :ef-thei Comn^bsionerf ta infprrayouthat tbe ^Governmeatdeslippia Ip^udfbiiso^ai^-* > of Land in. one Djstrict, and caotidt j there*1' fore, advise his Excellency the Governor-iti* Chief sto accede lo yonr (petition. I am, . Gentlemen.syoor obedient servant,, ,7 ; , . Wr,WILD\JAN, S?C.LJ. To Mc;8si;st Short, South and oilier? j * 'MountGambier:1 ' ' ' . . .:! , - ,t ? ? : t .

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