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MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICKS.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

MT. GAMBIER PRODUCE MARKET CURRENT PRICBSV--Thursday. Wheatmay gabled ju froui . ......«.«.. 3s. (o 3s. 3d#' ; ' " - Dm4d. -''Oats; (in^enijand)'5s; * to 6s. Potatoes (new^ ^2 10s, to £3, p'^Do,: (ofd)..^.V^.^ ..rdiili of sale. Buticr (very scarce) .... Is; 4d to Is. 8d.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF THE PRESBYTERIAN MANSE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF TH^PIIESBYTERIAN MANSE. .u n U,e ay ^8t t^e foundation stone of '* ® ^on«e on Church Hill waslaid;*^ usual on such Qccasions* Prayer was offered . up by ibe ?'. ;^r' th* Rev, Mr. 0^D read the I45th\ J>salik -The -Kev. Wfr^ e*; Mr; Craig,:*nd the Rev. Mr. i^ap pier each; briefly addressed those present. Underneath the foundation v as I®1? * copy oflast week'sSorder Watch, & copy of a sermon iyirfrS^l#cMtairiin^ the names of the Committee^-the. architect's name, Mr. Gore, and thosa of the builders. Lucas, Fuller, and po. The unfavourable state of the weather caused the proceediozs to be abbreviated': but the following i» the address of the. Iter; Mr. Don V ,^ Occasions of this kind are almost always accompanied with joyTod satisfaction, be cause they necessarily indicate progress and prosperity' Ceremonies such as this are thus pleasing to a'l concerned. The foun dation stones^ of buildings, whether public or private, are the foundations of hope and...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

TO CQRRESPON DENTS. It is durable that communications should be. short and pitliyj lengthy articles do riot 8uit^url'space j! matters,of -local interest -Bte most acceptable. ^ ... ? No nqiicd can be'taken of anonymous cb'm»' ifiwiications. . :^J* : ; '^fCofrjespopdents ^are^-particularly requested to write oh one aide of iie paper only. ; . AH; orticles seiU,Jar iosertion juust be j auihe^ticat^d by th^^aame and address of the writer-not as a qua non *7 f»r publico .tipn^butias et guaranteeofgood faith; "

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Friday, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

J . . sssz -f THE PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Friday, M«Y 30. The procciedfpKs in the South Australian Parliament continue: ta he of. a -mere for* mat character; and though the reports of the proceeiings cover a lar|e space in the Adelaide journals, there is really nothing in the reports of the proceedings of. the two Houses which caanot be condensed into the smallest possible compass. The Speaker of the House of Assembly made a formal statement, laying down the law. aud practice o( Parliament with respect to the introduction of M^ney Bills. PRIVILF.gr. Mr, iGJyde and Mr. Rey nolds had a personal quarrel, and in the lobby of the House IV? r.\G{ydesaid!o Mr. Reynolds, " If you called me. a:~i1i*hone.'t man, you are a sweep I'' Tlii# silly alter cation was brought before the Hocse, and ended in avviihdtnwal of thenofiensive words and reluctant apoFdgfes from each of the «« honourable gentlt-men." The Supreme Gipiirt Practise ; amend* ment Bill was read,a second time, and una derwen...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

?" ;*'? :.;v V-v ? ? IppjMfT^ Wheat;!!! > XST-ANTED to PURCHASER from ONE ? * -to TEN THOUSAND BUSHELS of WHEAT, Good Sample Only, Apply to MILLER, LORD & CO., ^ 591m . ' :s Great Eastern Store. ;^6UND-^One Yellow bullock, branded *, on the off side B (in circle; tnA and A off cheek, is branded twice OR the near horn XX XI. The o»ner can have the same by paying all expenses. ; Apply at the office of this paper, . . H ? ,- ;FOR^SALE^ OIX Working BuHoekeyjrokes,Bows,and iO Chains, with or without Dray, . Apply .to?---: ';r -v -' JOSEPH SMITH, - Sid'ion'1153, near Lintner't, 59, fil - - . £\ REWARD., ' "TOST /rdm Mitche H's Paddock,a Black Gelding, about 3 years old,, Low oti ,J^ithiBrV"whrie'\hind;lF«,fi,:«|rhhe>8?ar.dnT6re-.. jiead, switch Tail, .unsfitfdv branded- MO on shoulder. VVhoev^c ^ili bring? the«ame to/ »he; National-Bank, "Mount Gimbier, shall reoBtYe ihe above Regard, - 59tc ^ XpOR SALE, a I'irit-class Draught MARE ^ i and a Good Spring Cart aritTHatafcMy &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

- .OFFICE U now REMOVEB to: tke~-nev&\ Premises, nedrtheResidenceof Dr^ Grahamr

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ..Tuesday, J one.- 3rd. r Various Petitions were presented; and [ several Bills were carried through 'different :' stages. Amongst other business was the following:-- 4 '

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRAUDS IN THE FLOUR TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

FLOUR TRA.DE. j Oil the of- February Ian Messrs. J. U una and Son, «illars* of Adelaide aad cf ^iquut" Barker, received Van anonymous ietterfrom'GeelongVinforming (hem that a rascally forgery "of their trade bjaad; was being perpetrated-ia> that town.aud* that large quantities of iuferior fiour covered by suchbTcnd. were being for warded, to Mel. bqUrti^'aud other places for sale:-. The dour had been manufactured from a mixture of Califoiniau wheat, ani inferior Victorian j*h?at ,of-last year'a growth,- and put into bags which were branded ''-Dunn fic Son, Mount Barker * -Millai Adelaide." The ywanufactuier of Uiia/ flour was, a miller , near Geelong named Brebuer, and the.ageotg for its sale in, Melbourne ;were'Me»srs. ; Service and Cd.v These names, however, were not diiclosed to Messrs.' Dunu & Sou' in the letterofiheiranoaymcuis correspoii* 1 dent, and wereprobablynotknbtt'u to hiui in connectioVvmh tHe frattdi On the 2oih February Mr. Dunn, te.u., sailed for Melbourn...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BORDER WATCH. Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1862. MARY AND ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

. THE - £ '2^Ei$££sAie7- etr«i^f '-dFSr^d^'nuMrfs^gv | FRIDAY 1862. MARY A N D E LIZ A B ET H. lT raay a()pear a paradoxy but it i» an uo x doubtt-d truthj that ihe fariber the march of Iiipp. jcsiOTqs. as from-:.: (liecharaciefsari& events of li is lory, we ate: more and more enabfcdlo.fornr ajusttindawurMdestima te . ^ ojf tliem^Tfie liixpi&^ibrijf' i^ipcyehj Babylori,>aadCartbage,forgoitenor neglected documents brought to light, and (he greater industry and.honesty with which researches are now, made, Jaye resulted in. a vast in crease of knowledge, and' tended/to alter ori' modify, long received opinions* This is true as regards ancient.history, and it is. mbre. emphaucally tfue as regards the tnodexn history of tiie principal nations of Europe, The larger amount of evidence at our command and ifae greater impar^ tial'uv with which ^ that evidetice is weighed, enable as to give a measure of jusliceto the memory of the; illustrious dead, which had long been den...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE MURDER AT SALT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

THE MURDER AT SALT CREEK' / Our readers may recollect an advertisement which appeared in the Border Watch, respect ing ayoung woman who.was missing, of tho name of Jane McNanatnin. It appears that Bhef was.bruf&lly murdered, and her roaster* Malt&hiMariin, baa hadaverdict of wilful murder brought ib against. him. The body was discovered iu a?wombat .hole, near Salt i? ri l^e Stipendiary magistrate* . j T^S^ec, Esq., summoned a Jury, and presided over ihe investigation as Coroner. Maiachi Martin w&s.presane in custody* The first witness was a blackfeHow named Autuame alias Jackey, who deposed to ano ther black-fellow named Mickie having called his attention lo something like a wombfct in the bole. There me heard white fellow talk about lose 'em Jane. There roe,ask- -Mr. Alien for horse to try to find her. After looking about fists where wombat hole,' gee crow on tree. Then me go along, suppose something dead there. Then went there-and find hole. Then me .look ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CULTIVATION OF COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

CULTIVATION OF ^COTTON. i ; There seeRia lo be every probability that: . ^cotton-: may, be successfully cultivated in ?>'outb Australia, and therefore "all informa tion" bearing! upon the subject must be inter esting tor our readers: " We have in our, office a very fine sample grown without any special "care at Purl «Gavvler. ? It bears a must favourable comparison -with samples grown at Iviji end at Queensland, and en* courages iia to. hope that ouVsoil and cli mat» .are, ». wany parts of the colony, well adapted, for the production of annual crops of this imp »rtant staple. - We have there fore: much pleasure in calling attention to some-important statements with reference, to iiie?cuUivation <>f cotton recently- made by Mr. D# Coin at a meeting of the Sydney Chamber of Commerce, pre»idej over by ?His"Excellency Sir-Jobs! Young. . * - Mr. De Coin is the son of a planter in the Southern Slates of America* and has him self been extensively engaged in the cotton trad...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BY Electric Telegraph (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide, Wednesday, 10 o'clock. GREAT BATTLE IS AMERICA, SEVEN THOUSAND KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

BY Electric (Prom our o«ra Corresjiciadeut.) i * Adelaide, Wtjtlaeslav#"10'o'clock. I GllEAT BATTLB IS AME1UCA. SEVEN THOU3AND" KILLED. i There has" been a greatnnd decisive bat tle fought inthe TTnitedStates, at Corinth* No les9 than ?eveiy thousand Federalists were killed. Confederate loss pot stated. ' St has been the greatest and Moodiest: bat* - liebought inmodern days. Fierce civil war also prevails in the state of Tennessee between tln'on men and So* cessiomsts. The.finaH68ue- of the war is not a step nearer. Island, number 4en, Mississippi, has surrendered tb Federalists, with Six thousand prisoner*, and onehiin dred seige guns. ' , The National Debt of the United States has been increased to one billion, two hun dred millions of dollars. ' Austria has reduced its standing . army. U Contemplates having an iroitfleet. Order has been restored in Greece, and the insurgents}!-haye submitted. The Great Eastern was to sail for New York at an early date. Greatdistrese prevails ia L...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND Markets. Boder Watch Office, Thursday, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

V . ; . \ '" ' ' AND";;/ Mark e t s» . - JSpifer Watch Office, '.v; " . - - J Thursday* Juae 12. Thf report from the Adelaide grain { .market is rathev more favourable, but the MelbourrieMarketia still in . a depressed condition., The following is the report; froDi Adelaide, under date of June 7 : 1 There has been\aVliu1d'^litore: animation. .in the markets during the present week, arid .considerable purchases have been made. Orders for wbeat have been, executed for. Sydney and eleeu here, and although prices Lave not materially advanced/yet they are very finn. It 13 reported that the British Trident fli399 tons/iias been chartered to. come "rouofd froiii; Sydney. (ttt;Ibjaid here with. tviim\aiidvl|.ou^>jtarr En^antf* Vv-v f sFwuo.^Sa||e8^rjBilt^ dressetj-liayef been :tcatie . at^i&su-r^'^l 6.per ton*> ajid holdersajre now flsking higher rate?. "The present prices are about LjlOforwire dressed, i£pd aglO 5e. to £11-per ton for JBiibidrefsed^ V J- "? ... J ?' "V « WyEA...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

* SADDLER AND Harness M AKER. J A K G £ B, Saddler and Har A . ttesi Maker, bflgs to minounce^ ib^the residents* of;theMount-Gamiiicr. District thatt 1 he hainbw onSale utthe p femlses near t he f , -A* Border "Watcb " -Oifice, awell belfecied } stock'of Fuat Glass-Saddlery and Harness consulting of ! . - ' ^EogHsb and ColoaiaV Saddles \ Bridlef, Whips, Spurs, Saddlecloths 1 Side Saddles,:Martingalp,SEC., 8cc.,*&c:;,, 1 ; A. J* hopes by chargingMoiderale,':;jPritie8| i and punctoa'iiy iu executing orders for-New Y ...Work- or Repairs, to merit ashare of public. ^ patronage. 2 9t6 J H T |O M P SON & CcM * , ' '"?f . SJOCK and Commission Agsnifl, " . Penola« Agent at Mount Gambier,W. Har rale'. Fat and Store sheep and Cattle of tvety \ description for Sale.- " ":j" ,t> ...I, ? ???. .. ? .ic 1 ' ? -- - ,) A' 0 R 0 U C U / Aetioneer and Com mission Accent. \ WHOLE S A I. E A N D R E TAIL > GENERAL STOHE. ./Ir " Groceues, Draper*, Ironmongery, Saddlery, \ Earthenwar...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER STEAM MILLS. £ s. d [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

MOUNT tSAMBIBlt §TEAM-MILLS. - - ??: ' . £-,8. d Fine flour, per ton ,, _ 11:1.0 .0 Pollard, person "4- 0 0 Bran, , <2o. . ... 6 0 0 Oats, per bushel .0 0 0 0 5 0

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIA STEAM MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 13 June 1862

Fine Flour,per ton , .. £ia 10 0 , :t .pfi.r OMt# '??*,; - I, J 3 , ,0 Bran per bushe^.by halftoirh)t»r *... , , without bags .»*' G , 010 Pottard, by half tonlots, per bWhelv'- . v *. ^without hogs .. ./ 0 t 0 Charges for crushing 6d. per busbel,

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PACKAGE OF WHEAT FOR EXPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 June 1862

PACKAGE 0© WHEAT FOR EX ' POETATION. An agricultural correspondent asks what native timber have we adapted for the manufacture of flour-barrels ? As I have had 20 years' experience in cutting up rough timber with saw-mills, and have prepared many thousands of staves for, herring-barrels, I may be allowed to give my opinion. I judge, then, that no coun try, not even America, can have superior facilities for obtaining flour barrels. Our stringybark forests contain the material that is required. Those trees that have been rejected by the splitters furnish wood of a most convenient size to be di vided into Bhort lengths and cut up with sawmills into staves and hoops. Stringy bark timber is very similar in grain and quality to the American oak, and I have no hesitation in affirming that it will an swer the purpose admirably. Under the most favourable circumstances barrels will be more costly than bags; but there is no reason why our export trade should suffer for want of barrels, for if ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRACTICE OP PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 June 1862

PRACTICE OP PARLIAMENT. The " Chronicle" remarks that for several years past it has been the custom for theGovernor-in-Chief to send Bills down' to Parliament for consideration. On the Constitution Act first Coming into force the mode of initiating Bills was " but sparingly resorted to, but for the last two or three years many public Bills of all kinds have been thus introduced. This practice raises two separate and dis tinct questions; first as to. its legality, and secondly as to its expediency. To determine the point of legality reference must be made to the Constitution Act of the Proviuce, and also to those Imperial Acts on which the Constitution Act is baaed. The Imperial Acts which most clearly authorise the Governor to trans mit by message to the Local Parliament any Bills he pleases, or any amendments ofiBills, whether the Bills so . amended were introduced by- message from himself or not. As no one questions the Gover nor's'prerogative under the imperial Act, we need not f...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 June 1862

TOITED STATES. A great battle has been fought at' Pittsburg, in Tennessee, with enormous loss on both sides, between the Confed erates and Federalists. It lasted two days. On the first day, the Confederates were successful; on the second, the ad vantage was slightly on the side of the Federalists. The Confederate General Beauregard wounded, and General A. S. Johnston killed. The Federal General Prentiss taken prisoner. The army of the Potomac has landed at Fortress Monroe, and advanced to Yorktown, where Jefferson Davis com mands in perion. The President of the TJuited States has appointed a day of Thanksgiving. The House of Representatives has passed the Tax Bill, the Bill for abolish ing slavery in Columbia, and a resolution to appoint a Committee to report on a plan lor the gradual emancipation of the slaves. The Southern Congress '.has passed re solutions opening the Southern ports'for the free entry of goods of all nations ex cept the United States. The special correspondent of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 20 June 1862

LATEST ' EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Our latest English Intelligence has been received by the Kangatira, with the English mail to April 26, per Bombay, which- arrived at Grlenelg at about half past 9-o'clock, on the 9th inst.

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