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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

MISCELLANEOUS - Po'ish affairs do noi improve, at j^asf so far as iiussia is concerned. The country has now been declare.] 10 he in a state of .eige, aud the military have; pitched their tents in the squares of Warsaw. Then!* leged profanatiou of some of the chnrches at Cracuw.hy. the entry;'of the .military dur ing the disturbances has led the Archbishop of Warsaw to close them tili ex; iation is diade. The rtsult is that ,the populace worship, outside, and ihai keef s'ilp arid in-* creases the prevailing excitement, and ar rests and spies are the order of the day. J?o ' held do tlie Poles become that things occur "every day which a jear ago would astonish 'us by th*ir daring. The : iifrkteMa Kussuhi Etrperor is also at warW'ith the -Uhif er s i ties those of St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Kasan liavifg been closed, and many, of the students li.iing iu prison : Financial affairs ai the cajjitul get worse/the faieis of eXchan-^ with, foreign capitals being coutinua'ly dej re ciated; je...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KAPUNDA. From our own Correspondent. Kapunda, Dec. 27th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

-.***?* M* ?.n''KP{]XDA*?"' ? ' Kiip^p4«f D«;c. 27»Iif186I, On the I7tb. au<f 18th inslanr, Mr. li. 'J^Halii 'lhe polipiiouisij gaveiisiiroper foroianres. Thejfe -was a good attendance each lime, and: he was continually inter rnpted with cheering. He was'acci:nipanied with Schraeder's baud. . . ' v . 1 see that our mine haVsejit in £30 worth of specimens pure and refined copper. - Christmas Day here was sp/ettdid. I have seen few finer days, and in consequence there were innumerable pic nics going on. 1 see the Iiistituie here' have planned a grand - public picnic on New#yeai|^;Day. 1 hope it 1*il! succeed, ^ ^V , - Markets are very du!|. The farmers are busy reaping now. . No more news.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

CHINA. Our Hongkong dates are as late as the 3lst October. The papers received announce that the late Emperor's yonngest son a mere child, has been raised lo the throne, and (hat a Council of Regency has been appointed to carry on the Govern »>ent. Front 'he English news it will be seen that the fact of ihe Emperor's death had only just become known, bv way of Russia, when the October mail lett England. The import trade at Tienisin continued upon a large scale. At flingtftze (tbe port ot New chwang) the prospects for trade appea ed ra* <her poor, ihe clause in the treaty prohibiting -the export of puUe(/>he only production of the country) acting as a complete draw back <o the extension of commerce. The trade of Cheefoo was represented as being on the wane, The prospects for commercial interests upon the Yangtsze were promising, a good export trade having been established at Hankow, Affairs at Foochow were represented as.satis Uctory, whilst at Canton the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

NEW ZEALAND. i -The. ,{ Daily Tiroes" (Dunedin)> ol the 28 h u't./lias the following"'41'?' We team that ilie escoii which arrived last night bin*-8 down from Gabriel's Gully .13,520:OS*, of gold The'rush to Weatherstone's is increasing Theflat;;0pp0Mie the gully has been marked out/andijlis expected 'hat gold will be found there. A gentleman called on us fortnight, and informed us that he had spen four onuces . washed out of one dish trout a hole from forty to fifty feet deep. The- B'ue Mountain ru>h has entirely ex* ploded. The miners that accompanied Per- . kins found that he was hoaxing them. . Thir* teen nr.er. then formed themselves into a jury, with a judge to preside, ar.d the decision re sulted in Pet kinsgetting his head shaved, and receiving two dozen laches on the bare back with a whip. Thfcwas to have been repeated every morning, only that mounted constable D'lglish came up, and the miners gave Per* j kins into his custody, under charge of obtain ing raoi'ey under...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

GU1CHEN BAY RACES. ti O S T P O N E D until 21st and 22ud IT:^ FEBRUARY. ||fiv Ordfr of the Stewards W1 J. G. OKEEFE. .">7 t - Secreary. J N tK 13 K E * R S , >. Manufacturer of Every Description of SADDLERY & HARNI SS, 37fm Guichen Bay. PUBLIC AUCTION AT ROBE. GUICHEN BAY. Wednesday,January 15. MR. W. WARBKN IS instructed by Alexander Grace, E<q, Manner of the South Australian Bank* inst Company at R be, o Sell by Auc ion oil Wednesday, «lie Fifteenth J«'n'ia»y, a Eleven o'clock. ' The Whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, if noi pre viously disposed of by private Sale. ~ PUBLIC AUCTION. ~ WiCKSTEED. fiOTTING, & TOWNSEND VS7"1LL Sell by Public Auction at Guichen *» Bay. on Tuesdav. the 7th Jauuary - .Tho IJuII and Wreck of the^hip Living stone, together with (he Ca.'go, consising of Pig Lead, Copper Ore, , and Regulus, also 2,437 Bales of Wool. Also, on the Same D «y The W'eck of the Alma, as she lies on ihe Beach at Guichen Bav, including her Cargo, co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

from th* lochlan : digging <^riUnue? Fav jrable. It is said that the- last shaft bottOitaed down the river td tht) ^nh^rd^'jr.ield-»d *«x. pounds to two tab«, Tho jetfd is believed'to be - 3000 (?) mi!£» In One nugget weighing thirteeo>oohd*.. bas been thkeoi frani the deep'sKaft. A great ^ mahy are starving. .-./?'?'?? .. »7 ; ' . . ->: ,. IT E>N D-ti IT,/ ?% : i ^ine and SpiritJiferfehani, J r~ v - F^rtAdelaide. -- ^ P^srs promptly executed, and jcarafa! . *^ aitention given to the shipments., *. 24cm ^ - ' " " " **?' ? '--"i;"' f' ^ ' . -? N:l'0' ; *0/' > . FUTURE all Freigfrs mujf be- paid before the Go-ids leave the Bay. **;: EDWARD FRENCH, - , .T ,.%r' 1st November, 1861. . 20to ? FOil SALE. . \ . J. /j» N acre of Land, fenced; wi'titf* neat r XJL Four Roomed Verandah Cottage, k chen. pantry, a»d office detached, with a good ? welUn the beat business situation iu.ltottiijhif} of ELi&craig. * ---" - ". ~v" v '. Also,' *? y A Mail Phaeton, with a D...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

." \ > " ' F Stveral fcratch matfclie* were played by ihft uiembcj3 of>|lie Mounf^aalne* Cricket Cl»bf ou the Ground neur ihe"Naifoual School home,, on New beat's -flay; The playing w*» not of- ihe highest order*b"ut & very maiked itn* proveinetii iu their pljiy was perceptible/und wuh a iiule more practice, we have no doubt a ver}* good eleven be chcsea- to re* present our Ciub in a triemlly niitu-h wiili one7 or oiher of the sister townships, The Weather was very *armand oppressive. We append below the result of the inniugs:

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

4;f:;MENEEA®;rX:EWS. ?' ?*** B. STOVVE ON. SLAVERY AGAIN. T" . "if/. . . B- Sto«re, in a letter more energetic than her, firtit, dwells on the subject of slave emaricipaiioo : in the following woids; - * While slavery was hemmed in by constitu* tional limits and protected by laws, so that we could not overtbrowit wilhr ut fighting against Jaw and dtstroying povernment^our course was one of strict moral influence alone. But these slave states have forsworn the govern* mentand repudiated the laws which protect them in their ill-gotten gains. "Why then not ^u'e the opportunity to break every yoke? n<?' '' openly, bravely^ and martially i?y~nQt like lawyers and politicians, but like yibldfcrs? Proclaim liberty through all the lancJi 10 all the inhabitans thereof! Let the President of the United States proclaim that all men shall hereafter be declared free and eqpual, and that the services of all shall be . accepted without regard to colour." And again, " We may rest assured, ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE BORDER WATCH Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

Published eveiy Friday morning. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3rd, THIS being the season for an interchange of compliments between - relatives, friends andjjeigbbours, we venture to juiu in the time honored custom, by u short address to our {Subscribers, and the public in general. Having scarcely attained the age of twelve months, we hiive little to refer to as past deeds, and liks all"'.other -juveniles, must promise to endeavour and behave better for the future. . To aWain/ tbis; desirable end, we have made such additional arrangements as we trust vi'il enable' its not only to improve considerably-- ths mechanical j:art of oi:r paper, but to iucreaie in matter'and inte rest the Literal^ portion. In this rising district,-.there are matters of grave importance, -and considerable local interest continually forcing themselves into notice, and -white''.-matters of general Colonial advantage will ifot be lost sight of, local subjects in a Joial paper, must of necessity occupy the greatest share of at...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MR. VIZARD'S SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

MU. VI2AKD'S SIDE. A. F. Lhi rie b Muisey . . T" P. Lutiiie b MtJisiy c Pepper .. I 6 . 'HjV^iMd^ismbert' .. i,u86 ,l)er bridge b Lucas ... 7 A. Bil e-bam run put .. - ... 0 Miller canghi Pepper - 1 CI odec 13. Lau'ia ,»f * . 3 C. Huy«fj b Mai>#y - . . .. 0 XicouieiWlOfpyjec -.«. ,,i8 A. HaytS;»iot out,j v v , | . ..%... 3 .. 8 , . TV1** ? ..78 > Thuliorae news of the moirth i* Still lets striking, MI its character than" that from the Continent, though it con aim seveial matters of -interest lo this colony." The sta etiuent in reference to (he scantiness < I iheharvtM which hud jnst been gathered in is highly important. There appeais now no doubt aa.tp mueli larger imports* of wheat tlian usudl being required during the coming year; a circumstance which connected «ith the disturbed stafe.of. America, will give thi-t coiony an excellent opportunity of ||e&Ting rhe availability <5f j.the £nglisU maiK tt uts an Oullt-l fur a portion.o.f the abund ant...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

IRELAND. :1\\^ Clonmel Chronicle states that two; me.tt%,ere^ieluruinsi;..iroiu. a fair at Emly, the other day; w bn» -they . vvere. wajlaid by men belonging to an opposite factionv One of them^named Calhbane, was beaten to death. . "A monumental tablet of -/ while Carrara marble bas just been finished,, and will shortly be erected near. Mount Pottiuger; County Down, to the memory of Lieuten ant-Colonel Sir H Potiiiiger, late Ambas sador to China. RIBBON>OOTRAGB IN Limeuick. On the tug lit of the 26th ult. the bouse or a 'comfortable farmer near Pnrtill, residing at 'rpuRh>,Ava»'attackjed hy - an armed party of eight men, .who forced an ebtraiice, as saulted the inniates of the house, broke the lower windows* ana cariicd off a .gun and powdeT horn. None of PurtiU's family c,ao identify a»y of the pariy, who bad their Ijaces blackened GRKAT P^DEsTato M ATCH AT. DOB-. LlS.r-'I'he match 'bet wen Dterfooi, ilie Seneca ludiun. and. John Leven, the ex champinh, for £50, t&lt...

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THE LATE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

THE LATE INQUEST. The inquiry into the cause of the sudden '-drath which occurred here last Friday was one of .1 he most painful and difficult which ever devolved upoti a jury. We wish that the public would bear ibis in mind when they speculate on the evenr( and sympathise Wilhthejury in the difficulties in which ^ey were placed, lt?is de*i able that they /sjionld-foear in mind that those nho sat on j the inquest faithfully discharged their duty -that there was noi the slightest desire to shrink from any scrutiny from ft (ear lest some mystery of iniquity should be found lit the bottom* Never was there an inquest in which a more ardent desi'e wus evinced j to investigate all* the facts of the case;.(he i jurorB left no stone unturned to elicit in formation. If a mystery still hangs over the mournful event, it is because no evidence has yet been furnished to dispel it. That the death of the unfortunate young man re sulted flora cerebral congestion, caused by the intense excitement of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LINES ON BURKE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

* LINES ON BURKE. - Australia mourn! A hero's raco is run: Ahero of the first and noblest type. : JLet thy tea^s flow. For VtciotWsq won, Can let the triumph wait till Tin»e shall wipe The sad remembrance frorid eat li sorr wine breast, ? "'.ijs' Mourn the last martyr, wh^gWup his breath Ait the stern call of Duty; whr, at best,«< Karely finds champions battling to the death. \\e in these modem times tgo; often seal Men's pun^^fKstions with adulterate praise, 'TIS something that pur age can sjill reveal An act worth worship in these selfish days. S ander hod tried to foul and damnify His character with itttHhutes of nbaroe Bui the sad issue gave' such tales a lie ;Andprbvedhow spotless Was his dearbought faiie. He died:-Not assomj heroes die unwept JFok a whole people mourn that, dismal fate, Prom a fair luture sorrowfully swept, Of his great,gt^erdori wholly desolate. ETidtfotto hitu the Future piomise fair When home returning, every care dismissed He little recked of me...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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EUROPEAN NEWS TO 26TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

; 'i;&OT«'A'SvlSt<VS TO 26TH V OCTOBER. The .fourth «&M«n of the International Pbilant hro|>ic Cofigr^ss is to be held in Lon don nextytar, onihe occasion of tbe Great ] ^Exhibition* ! xbarge of having ^ been concerned in the murder of . Mr. Bagott, of Biislon, but a aeveifih 1# sitll "/wanted.V The Kin&of.Prtjasfa has been crowned at Kduigebergttihgteat pomp and ceremony; : and the King and Qtiee{i: have ,made tlulr pt>blicjefttry into Btriin ? aniidst a great de raoUBtr&ionoftbe iihabitanis. A royal anmeitjf hog been published* and 'several giaiils of hcbiliiy. -Tlje/King of Holland bas left Paris, and hafl bad an interview with the King of tbe ' Bflgions ot I iege. £" Mh Isiisc Moses, "a Jew of imroiflse moving in the'biggest citcies" <'|ff']|or)don, committed suicide in a hotel, at last neek. - ^ Guineas FJiSl rMuarioe ie beingdram v«treed. 'The ti'le is,- *.' The< Forsaken Heir, -Tor' tbe U«naiural Pareni ti...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

EOCAL VEWS. .Thb .VAILS ~TIie {iovernmetil Gazefe of Thursday last con:ains the lolloping : The House oJ Ass-inbly having voted a mm of £1000 for the encoura«eni/ht of regular st^am comiimnicatieu btlvt een Pert Adelaide arid the southern ports and jet lies of. ibe provincej^ihe Government are pre* pared to receive proposals.Horn parties will ing to ui dvitiike to ruii a steamer once a foiUii«;l»t fur itveUt month*, fruin date of acceptance of tender, between Port Adelaide and Port Macdonnell, touching, if required, at; the intermediate ports, Glenelg, Noar lcfngBi Aldinga, Yanknlilla, Rapid Bay, Encounter Bay, Lacepede Bay, Guichen BayV Rivoli. Bay, and Port Macdonnell." Tenders to be, sent in on or before the 1st of January. DISTRICT COUNCIL. - A preliminary meeting was held at the Farmers' 1 on on Wednesday evening last, to take steps for iniiia ing a public meeting, with a view of securing a District Council. It was re ' solved that in consequence of the delay of the Government ...

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MR. MAISEY'S SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

%1R. M AISEY'cJ SIDE. Maisey b.George ... ... If Pepper b Yarley .. .. 1 Lucas b Gt.orge .. .. 12 Futferfc&uglu by George .. .. 2 Allan, b Vizard .. T. | B LuuriifrJ>F.-Laurie ..17 Kn«gbi b Vszard ^ .. .. 2 j. Fairchiid b 3?. Laurie ... ft Board «»rt out ' .. ... o Lainben, b Vizaid .. ,. 0 Bjes .. ... 3 Total \V . . .. ... .V*V

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CHRISTMAS HYMN. (Written for the "Border Watch.") [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

. CHRISTMAS HY-fet r-/ ^ (Written forihe " Border Watch.") The -watchful shepherds trembling hear \ Strange music in the skief* r And heaven's effulgent glories near ^Before their visions me. An anjEelj -froni-.the highest senti Soothes their affrighted hearts, - And over iheih in jplty bent Great joy for a h- im j>ar!9. . The promised child of Jud&h's race . To you is bomtjiis duy, Go ye and seek th^ hun^ile place . . -Where Jesus deigns to stay . % <*,Mid the rude atableVnoisytbrong ^ -A Is nursed ihe heavenly Lamb, While we proclaim in>wee»'est song < Peace arid good will to man.*' te shepherds! hearts e'e; flow* with joy;. With holiest zeal they burn,. . , : And Utssenewtberaestlieir thonglm employ As Bethlehem ward theyturn They feeek (h'Rt^owly sheltering shed, And find"a Saviour there;, 3S o diat&m adorn* hh head, If u go\a nor jewels fkitv Yet tfrereinaweetly "hallowed strains _Thtiy praise ifteit heaven-limn Juord, Then* baekretur...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS Wednesday, the 1st inst., ibe Court Ma» rian of this order held us i irsl Anniversary at Bro. South'?, ibe Farmers' Inn, Mount Gam bier. The . Brothers assembled atlO a.ro. in the Lodge Room, and at 11 o'clock marched ill prWssioii, htadeJ by the flartz Moun tains Band, to the Prcabjterian Church, where a very impressive address was de'ivered by the llev. J. l)on. . I The R v. Gentleman r<*ad the 103rd and in commencing his address, ! wished the Brothers " A Happy Nmv Year." There was a peculiar propriety in Foresters' greeting e&ch other at tlii* -eason, but in doing ho, hopj^d they would bear in mind 'tbejLiP^e ..of God in blessing his «rfatures j with Lifej Health, and the girt cf his Sou, that while exercisiusj the charity and benevo lence of the Order ibty would do ii in a I 'Uhristiau-spirit., , Phtlatuhnipfy was the ruling spirit of the order, but without the love of God as its principal motive - its philamhrophy was. utterly valu...

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Markets. MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. £ s. d [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

;* Markets. M O UNT GAMBIER SfEAM MILLS. V" y ' .... -"/? £ s. d Fine flour, per ion i^pllardj, per bushel do. per ion Bran,. . ' do. Qat«7 per bushel Crushed do. Barley Crushed do. 12 10 0 ,... 0 1 3 .. 5 0 0 ... 0 1 3 .. 0 5 0 . 0 6 0 ... 0 5 0 0 6 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 January 1862

A BOOT A UP' SHOE MAKER. REIN EKE, Bool and Shoe Maker __ . begs to inform, the inhabi'ants of Mt Gambier, that lie has now on Sale in the pre mises adjoining Mr* John JPuite's Store, a SLarge Assortment of CblonTat fiCnd - English Boots and Sbpes, of the best dsscriptitnr* wJjtBti he & now wiung at very Murfe»are - P^ ice»,v' ?/:v;:Allv?Orders?''for.I^ewf Boota^'oe Re j airs ytgjtf -be punctually attended, to*. * ,: . .^v s,H. SPWIfGBHgj^Wfj ^000 1 th« " Border Wa ch " Office,) returns- his sincere thanks to his friends and customers for the liberal support which he has leceived sinew ^. he commenced Business on the Mount, and .- will UBe ev>iy endeavour to intrit a continu*.. ;ka«ice of the same. f« Orders punctually attended to, and custom ^ era jerked at their own door*. I2fri» . "? ? ? CI OIL I S & ST A RK ER ^ Builders, Carpenters, Cab net Makers,? %?"!* , "W hefctwritthts, &c,, IS P«nola, , |$fBeg to acquaint their frivnds and the public ' generally...

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