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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

MOUNT GAMBlER AGRICULTU RAL, PASTORAL AND HORTICUL. TURAL ASSOCIATION. Pair^n His E*celh*nry Sir Richard Graves' Ma doune-l, ThE F'rsi Exhibition of Farm, Dairy, and G*rd«M» produce will take place at the Fa»nieis Ion, on WEDNESDAY, March 18 b. Full particulars in future ad vartisiempn'8r By order of tlie Comume?, G. D. WYATT, Hon. Srr. rrvVVO Respectable persons can be accora A tuodated with Board and Lodgingon rra«otiahle «eimj, enquire' at Mr. Brown's, first turning past Mr. Spilth's, Pubi c House, or at Mr. Porter's, Tailor, by Mr. Crouch'?. RICHARD BliOWN.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOSQUITO PLAINS. January 28th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

MOSQUIT6 PLAINS: January 28ih, 1861. The usual Muithly Court was.l«eld here' oo Tueadny last. "On the Bench, were G. B. Scott, F*q., S.M;, yVV F Gunning/ Esq. J.P., and Jl. Seymour, Esq., JiP., The following cases catne on for. trial :- Rule v, Russell, wage^, claim fur £10: " Russell did' not appear; but a- 1*tier from himwas read, com plaining «>(. Role's conduct.*; Defendant a'sri forwarded £8 19$. Ver dict for £8 19s. anT co tv Mr H. Sm'tli, of Bushman's Arm*, fi »ed 10'. and costs for allowing his liahuto go out on the evening of the 4th J n/ Mr. McKitmon, of, iUe'.Meritio'lQii^;'ap<l.;.-.i$r. Smiih of .the Bushman's Arms ue»e each fiued in the sum of iI5 aii«I c.()>ts for keeping" the front doors of the)Rouses open on the forenoon of .Siiuday, 5tji..iiisi. "... The weather has been most nnpleBsuiitly h»t during'Hie past few ila'^ On Sunday the thermometer etood at 98 = iu the shade.

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A NEW VERSION OF BEN BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

A NEfW VERSION OF BEN BOLT. Don't you remember Penola, Ben Bolt ? Where some of (he flats were caught, How .We started away at the'break of day To ewihere in time for tfc.e sport; - The rays of the sun shone hot and strong . , . And fiercely, tbe, north-wind blew, . ' And .we foupd the road uncommonly long ; And shockingly 'thirsty toov - Don't you rem.ember lh£ Limestone Range ? Where the heat made our horses fliig, So thinking a spell would be best f. r n change, . We stopt to unbuckle our swagj. And visions of swipes came into our head*, - But alas! disappoint mint wa3 near, The bottle had rolled'fn>m the topcoats'fold " Won erat in^ntus beer.'', -'v . " . > I'm sure you remember the race-course wellr How we nade the P^nolafolk stare But there are some'ihings 'iwere besinot to ie I, So "I won't say what we did there ;? The troopers looked,at ua occe or twice, Arid not without cause we oium own, But fo^treaUng sill hands we never stood nicej 80 the troopers let us alone. \ P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

IMPORTANT NOTICE. OPENING OF THE GREAT EASTERN . STORE. .' * (Betneen Long's Hotel and tlio Post Office), MOUNT GAMBIER. LORD & CO, ^announcing the Opening of the abo»e Store, have mu^h pleasure in callinflr the afeation of the Inhabitants of the District, of MOUNT GAMBIER tooneof ihe bestasSortedatoclca in Souih Aastrali", whicfi ha* biftn' selected with the eref.tps>' care'from the Hirst ?houses in MELBOURNE and ADELAIDE,.and. will . be sold at such prices that will defy compe ' ; tition* _ '* / . M. L. and Co. wouldreqnpst an inspection °f their Stocks of Drapery, Slop's, Ribbons, Laces, Se*edJVluslin8,vSillc ^Handkerchiefs, Glofef, Hats,- Ironmongery, Cutlery, Tin ware, Fanning Implement, Saddlery, Upholstery, China Glass, Kerosine Lamps and Oil, Oilman's stores, Grocery, Provisions, Wines and Spirits of all kinds, and a Variety of other Goodr too numerous to mention. 412 WHEAT! WHEAT 1! WI1 EAT I! I ffl^H E' undersigned are purchaser* of Wheat .I. in any quami y^ dr....

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE BORDER WATCH, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1862. CIRCUIT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

THE Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY", FEBRUARY 7TH, 1862. CIRCUIT COURT, MOUiNT GABBIER. His Honor Judge Gwynile, accompanied by his Associate, L> J.Telliam, Esq\ 'and W. R. j|^othby, Esq., the^ -Sheriff, arrived at MacDonnell Bay oiMpe 3rd inst. per steamer il Ant," and proceMfcd to Mount Gambier, calling en route .at Messrs. Rochfort and FisherV station. * The Honorable R. J. Stow Attorney-General, Chas.Fenn, Esq , Solicitor, the .Honorable G. C. Hawker, Speaker of the House of Assemlly and Member for the District* also J. C. Lyon, Esq., S,M, of Mount Gambier, were of the - party*- On Tuesday . morning the leai ried Judge,* his subordinates, and the above-named gentlemen proceeded from Long's hotel to the Local. Court House, where, after some preliminary arrangements, His Honor entered the-Court in his robes, and bowing to the legal gentlemen, (among whom we noticed W. E. Burton, !Bsq.j Solicitor, now resident at Mount Gambier,) on taking his seat directed his associate ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HON. G. C. HAWKER, AT MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

HON. G. C. HAWKER, AT MOUNT r GAM BIER. I Oii Wedoesduy evening, tie 5lb, a Meeiing of Electors was Held at the Farmers Jim, Mount Gambler, when th© Hon.G. C. Hawker,-Memberfor the District attended. AI about 8 o'clock, some 33 or 40 per-otis were in ilie room, but before the proceedings termin ited there frere aboht 130 present. W Gra , Es.j , Maiia^of U,e: Branch Bank-Notional Bank of Austra lasia-was called to the chair. On taifing lib seat, the Chairman briefly explained the purpose of their assembling, and then introduced the Honorable member'. Mr. Hawker, on rising; said he could no: considei the present as a formal m'eiiiii «f the electors, as so lew were j resetu, but being in the neighbourhood lie ih'>ii.*ht H an excellent oppoiluuity iu interehailtfe a few opinions/and to give ir receive such in formation as mij»ht he required!'. He w.ai'd commence by reiparkioz, that as far a» votis of raon^y l*,orn the Guv rn* * mem were ciinteri ed, bedef yli-xj "ihe district lo have...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

ITALY. - THE followin0 is the duciitrent al'uded to Jn our iHsue of iIih 17tl», us bating be'n submitted to tie Pope by Baon KicusoP, the Italian Prime Minister., It contains el v*n articles, <it#uliich\ve insert a sum mary. The Pope anil the Cardinal*, are to pre serve their digu'i) ai.d invioIuUJjiy.'r> Full lii erij is giiurnntted to the Sovei eign Pontiii,,l';r his acis «f, Divine Rights as. chief el I he Chuiih.-. ;f The Pope is em|io»e-ed to aetid \uncii, to c« mmiiiiicaie^with the* Bislioj s and the faithful and to convene Synods and Co-n cii", without the ineneirtion ,»»f the Gov ei tnii'in. - The Kiii'i <>f ItaJvv renounces bin right in respect of Et'clesias'icaJ Benefices. Tite Italian Government also relicquUhes ail right of in « rfeteiice in the nomination of Bishop*. * The articles are pri ceded by an address to Cardi' al Antouelli, tcqaes'iog lum to give the plan a favourable consideiation. The in'emntioti of the French Emperor has also been...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

To the Kdi or of the JJ ntrr Wa cli. Sir, -I am sure you will find rpace in yours lor the insertion of the U> lowing : - i-t. Whether the schoout-r Emu, which Irfi here vitli Guvemmeiil stores and pass n gers fur L'u'ipede I5ay last nioti li has l»een sought alter by the G«»ver :metH scl.otn;?r Yulala, which was l)iug here ai the the time of her departure. We should like aUo to know if &he «as despatched in search, where the result, and the tiini- occu pied in to doing. We be'ieve there are 110 vestiges of the wreck a'ong the coast from Portland to Guichen Bay, neither is there any probability that. any rc-mains will be found owing to the course she must have drifted. The Public here are in a great state of excitement, and will not be satisfied un til (nil jnstice Im beerdone to the ill-fated Emu, for ought we know the bull is drifting about within a short distance of our coaat, with the crew and passengers numbering six soul*, either starving or existing on each other. S...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOUNT GAMBIER LOCAL COURT Tuesday, January 28th. Before G. B Scutt. Esq, P.M, T. A. Wells, H. E Wells, E Wehl, Esqrs. J.P.'s [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

MOUNT GAMBlEli LOGA!t COURT Tuesday, January 28th. Before G. B Scott. Eiq, P.M , T. A. Wells, H E Wells, E Wehl, E«qrs. J.P.'s NASH AND ANOTHER-v.Bourice*-Plaintiff claimed £310*., balance of account for put ting up a Mock yard. Defendant had 'ptfp his mate, but had not paid plaintiff. Defen dant bad this day -outside the .court and in presence of > witness acknowledged the debt, and promised to pay in a day or two _»>ut plaintiff lived 60 miles away and could not waif. William Cremer deposed that he was outsde the Court this morning, distinctly heard defendant admit plaintiff's, claim and prvmise to pay in a day or two. Defendaut sworn, denied the claim altogether; did not owe the money claimed. Cross-examined by |>'alntiflf- Recollected being asked for the iflon^y, £3 10", but did not promise to pay { had not piomispd to pay since, he found the receipts which he now handed in ; didnot thu day promise to pay plaintiff. ' Thn Bench having exam ned the receipts^ decided that...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

LOCAL NEWS.- V APPOINTMENT.-The office of Shipping Master at Port MacDontiell; has been con ferred .m Mr. VV. T, Jones, who still retains the office of Sub-Collector of Cusloms at that port. * PARLIAMENT. .=- Parliament has beeji further prorogued from the 7ih of February to the 7th of March. ACCIDENT.-^Ao accident occurred a few days since to an industrious man named John* Harmer. -Whilst c'.imb'ng a fence with gufji' in- hand,by8ome .mean* or other ihe gun went off, carrying with it the middle finger of the left hand. Under the caieftil treatment of Dr. \V.h!% the.patient is fast recovering. STEAM THRESHING MACHINE.- A Emit uwvlly in the shape of a sicam threshing machinc, passed through this township on Monday la^t. The machine was imported-iniu this district by a Mr. Williams, from Ge long, and is capable of* thieabing 1,000 bushels per c'ay. CONCERT. - Ma-iame Gaiamlini and company gfave a, (Jut:cert at MncDouut-M Bay cn Monday ard nnuin at Mount Gumbier «n Tu tdaj' ri^ht /as1....

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POLICE COURT. Monday, 3rd Feb. 1862. Magistrate:—D. E. wehl, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

POLICE COURT. Iifoiidav, 3'd Feb." -:186*2. Magiiti&<e D*. E. VVehl, J.P. Samuel Fiier, fur being drunk and incapa ble of taking care of himself in the public ft,*ppts on Saturday veiling, tlit* 1st insf. Fined 5s, and costs. Tommy, an aboriginal, for being d'unk and creating a disturbance.in the public street* at 7 o'clock on the previous enfiin *, S mday. Fined 10*. Robert McPh«*rscn. stockman, for being drunk and creating a disturbance in the pub* lie streets on Sunday evening, the 7 h inst. Fiiied 10*. Roderck McDonnell, laborer, fur being - diunkand behaving indecently in the public ^tree-e, on Sunday evening, also resisting the police in the execu ion of their duty, and kicking policeman Bartleu. Fined 20s. The worthy Magistrate endeavoured to convince the men .that their conduct, on a bunday evening in pait;cular, was highly reprehensible, and only because it was their" . first offence he wou'd have fined them all in the heaviest penahy allowed.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent) Adelaide, Feb. 5th, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (From our own Correspondent ) Adelaide, Feb. 5ih, 1861. One of the roust deliberate and culd» ; b'ooded murders that has ever been peri'e- | trated in this or any other colony, occurred yesterday, Th«\ victin# is Inspector j Peuinger o'the Police Force. It appears that whilst attending a sale at Government 'Home' on Tuesday las', the unfortunate gentu atari wa* deliberately, and without | any apparent r«aiM>nf&hot through the head by a ntan named John. Seave, "who is a recently dismissed foot policeman. An inquest was Leld ic-day, when a verdict of j * Wilful murder*' was returned:against the prisoner, who is in custody/ it.is expected, that a large funeral will'follow the remains to their last resting pla'ce tb-njorrow. The Volunteers are turning'ontV . -0 ' ? Ptri' ?? . Jff : . ?? We have'later newi^gfom America via Melbourne, by cite 'sftfjjra&on.V The^TortlieroK btatdt press, defend the seizure of the Confederate States; Commis. sioners ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

BARLEY, BAULEY: fWlHE' Undersigned is .4,purchaser of good Samples of BARLEY. E. WEHL, - ^ Victoria Steaiu Mills.* January 28. h, 1862... T ' 40tc OTICE is hereby Given that the Parmer-. L shin hitherto subsisting between us, the Undersigned, has- been disso.ved by mutual consent. JDtted vI1outit, GamBier, January 30<h, 1 862. \ GEORGE D. WY ATT. { HE1NHICI1 UElNEMANN. Witness-Finlay McKay. ; 40 3 rji H O M A S M U S T ::& 0 0.' flrlerchants and Commission; Agents, _ . Poit Macdonnell,' . Jnly-l, 1861. i2fin National?BANK OF AUSTIIA - LA si A. Agetits for Macdonnell Bay ' ' THOS. MUST & CO. " m tibA USTR A LA SI AN NS UR A N GE JL f; ; / COMPANY. . ? FIRE, LI FE ANU M ARl^TE^ Offices :-Hall of- Gomme rce^ X'ollins-streetj - West Melbourne." v': V - . . ? .. *'f :Dircctor«» : ." : '*'? . - HonA'ex. Fraser, M.L.C./Chairman .vTWi.|i'-S^oirt^ore*.^g«';.l^icejGhttirinan:^| James Spowers', Esquire . J, M. Joshua, Esquire ' . -. Juries Graham Ksqyire ' ' ' . " WM...

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CORRESPONDECE. To the Editor of the Border Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

CO R R ES PON D E YC B% , To the Editor of the fl^'der Watch. Sir,-Perceiving1 in your In'st issue, rite re port of a case, regarding illegally depasturing sheep on Crown, Lanrt, and the Bench in summing up lfife evid^nco, remarked tlmt I wished to evude the law. Allow me, in d e justice to myself to cuntradii-t |>uch a vie-v of »!»»* offence, 1 did it.wiilj no itittnti -n ro de ftaud the government or,am person, bu be» licviiig 1 «8s ii^|it in ..(fep^stuii^'Aur i'nil proper number of B^eep,, namely 1,170 'i hcreiore, I consider I .was wnVugty dealt with, uci-ordine io other peisorp, 'who have an equal q»an'ity of land and are.allowed t » de pasture twice the proper number of sheep. I may further add that the summons *'U9 wrongly issued, my brother bei.ig pann^r,* had a i ijit to he summoned also. So u.uch for South A us'ralian accuracy. * 1 remain si>, yours Nc.4 . W. TOLMIF, .Why was this not pleaded in bar of »h . summon*? We are u»t HiHwcrable fur ilie lettttl deci sions o...

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Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

Markets. MOUNT GAM BIER STEAM MILLS Fine fluur, per ion. Pollard, per bushel do. per ton Bran, do. Oat#, per hushtl Crushed do. Barley Crushed do.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " If Is dfgiraUJp thai communications should, be. shori and pithy; lengthy articles do n6t suit our spscej inattersuf local interest are most acceptable.: 'Z; No notice caiv be takirn of anonymous, com municatioi.s. All Articles sent for insertion must be auihetMscatid by the nan e and address of (lie writer--iiotl as a " 6ine qua n«m'' f< r publica tion, but as a guarantee of good faith. Correspoi dents are Varticularly requested to write on one side of the paper only. . ; ?- - ' Frequent disappointments or'ci ir'ng to our fi lends, who only tequiiing coi ies oceasiotia'ly cf the "Border Watch/' delay , asking fur them until perhaps every one is» suld. We would ri-specttully suggest ihen,>that our non si. b?c>ibers give; iittice net later tl'an Tu»*s«. day, 3 p.m., of vihat number they reqi ire and .hey t»hall,be duly furvardrd. . Our terms for the future will be Pei Quar'er paid in advance .. 6s. 01. Do. do. on Credit- ... 7s. 6d {single Copy .....

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VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. Fine Flour, per ion .. .. 1*12 Io 0 Bran, per bushel .. .. .01 3 Pollard, do. .. .. 0 18 'Oats do. . .. .. 0 5 0 Barley do. .. .. 0 0 0 Charges Io'crushuig ls, i;er buslu'K

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 February 1862

BOOT ASP"j3ou«: . Akeineke,. Bool and Shoe Maker, . b?gs to infornf the inhabhan'ts7 of Ml Grambier; that hehas nbw on Sale in -Uietpre arises iadjoining M r. .1 ohn Tuite-s Sjlor^, - a '; Large Assortment of Cplonial and English Boos and Shoes, of the beardescription, which - he is-aowCelling at'vei jr'Motfewe:PiiceV;* ' All Orders for New Boots be Repairs will 1 be punctually' attended: to., 70 , -1 ?cm:V1 H; SPRINGER, Baker, Past ry . Cook, &c.f (Next Door but- One' to. the " Border Watch Office;) returns liis s!ncere_)hanks-to,his friendsand^ customers: for , the liberal support whicbrhelias/.eceived since he coramenced ^Busin^sa/at ^ievM will use efery endeavour .to intrit u continu ance of the same."/""""f'*~-1 f ' Orderspunctually.atiended.to^andcustom tri sei**ed attheirowndoofe. / 12fm _ C O L X I S & S T A R K E , ; ' Builder^/GairpentersylCabinetjMake^j ...". ? ^ ^ W heelwrfchtsj &c'» - -<v: W.Penola, Beg?lo: acquaint: their friends; ati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

N BARLEY, BARLEY, THE Undersigned is a purchaser of good .Samples of BARLEY. E. WEHL, Victoria Steacu Mills. January 28ill, 1862. 40tc OTICE is hereby Given tbal the Partner ship- hitherto subsisting between- us, the Undersigned, has , been di«so.ved by mutual consent. Dated Xlouut Gambier, January 30*h, 1862. 5 (iEORGE D. WTATT. ( HELNRICii UElNEMANNt Witness-Finlay. McKay. 40 3 rjl H O M A S M U St & CO. Merchants and Commission Agents, Poit Macdomell, Inly 1, 1801. IQlm TATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRA LASIA. Agents for Macdopnell Bay. ' . raps, MUST & co. ' ?' '? ? ?? ?' .'Tip ? . ??? . :J~ ? -4V ?? THE AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCF* FIRE, LIFE AND MARINE. OfficesHall of Commerce, Collins»8treet, West Melbourne.. . Directors: Hon. Alex. Fraser, M.L.C., Chairman E. L. Montefiore, Esq., Vice-Chairman Hon. Joseph Sutherland, M.L.C. - James Spowersj Esquire J, M. Joshua, Esquire James Graham Esquire ; WM. MACREDIE, Secretary. Agents for Port MacDonnell and : Mount Gambier , . THOS^M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 February 1862

IMPORTANT NOTICE. OPENING OF THE GREAT EASTERN STORE. (Between Long's Hotel and the Po9t Office), MOUNT GAMBIER. ILLER, LORD & CO., in announcing IjJL ihe Opening of the above Store, have much pleasure in calling ihe attention "j ® Inhabitants of the District of MOUNI GAM BIER to one of the beat assorted stocks in South Australia which has been selected with the greatest care from the first houses in MELBOURNE and ADELAIDE, and will be sold at such prices that will defy compe tition. M. L. and Co. would request an inspection of iheir Stocks of Drapery, Slops, Ribbons, Laces, Sewed Muslins, Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hats, Ironmongery, Cutlery, Tin ware, Farming Implements," Saddlery, Upholstery, China Glass, Kerosine Lamps and Oil, Oilman's stores, Grocery, Provisions, Wines and Spirits of all kinds, and a Variety of other Goods too numerous to mention 412 WHEAT! WHEAT I! WHEAT l!l THE undersigned are purchasers of Wheat in any quantity* or will make liberal advances on any...

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