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LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

LIST 03? UNCLAIMED LETTEES The following unclaimed letters are now lying at the Post-office, M ount Gambier: Appleton, Reuben Beaton, Donald Baraett, John Brougham, Catharine Baines, G. Bradley, C. Bethune, Alex. Barder, John Bone, Joseph Brown, William Brown, R. Bates, Thos. Brown, J. Brown, Win, Beckwith, Jn. Connor, Mrs. Cunningham, John Cornelius and Stone Cotterell, Geo. Currel, E, _ Chalk, Mr. Collier, - Condan, John Cameron, Alex, Cohen, J. Cross, Mr. Clouan, Patrick Collier, Jesse. Creager, A. Crosier, Win. Donelly, Wm. Dike, John Dover, Wm. Duff, J. F. Dutch, C. Donelly, Mr. Dunbar, A. Dwyer, A. Duckworth, John Dwing, M r. Epsennor, W. Elliott, M rs. Earl, W.IL, care A, Warren Feliton, Thos. Foreman, Ed. Foreman, G. Flint, Wm. Fischer, Mr. Finlay, H. S. Finnemore, Geo. Fernie, Henry Fassell, Ellen Griffin, Wm. Geddican, Wm. Gallaghan, Geo. Green, John GaJpin, G. Grimes, R. Goult, T. Hay, D. Hart, Mrs. Habner, Christian Heegward, Mr. Humphrey, Pat. Johns, David Jeffries,. G....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

HOUSE or ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, June Various petitions were presented by j different honourable members from va- i rious localities. | Li answer to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, The Treasurer ruled that alterations of a material kind made in the evidence given by witnesses before Select Com mittees were contrary to the rule laid down by the House.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1862. OUR GOLDEN ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

Published every Friday morning. FIUIhYr, JULY 11, 1862. OUR GOLDEN ERA. Tiie figure which Nebuchadnezzer saw in his dream was that of a colossal image, whose head was of gold, its body of brass and of iron, and its feet of miry clay. This was grandeur based on insta bility. A weapon directed by unseen but omnipotent influence-" a stone cut out from the mountain "-smote "the feet of miry clay, and. the gigantic image crumbled into ruin. But for the Pulpit and the Press-but for the controling agcncies of civilization - ottb image, with its head of gold and feet of miry clay, might have shared a similar doom, and its ruins might have overlaid civili zation for centuries to come. "We may safe!y draw this inference from a glance backward to the effect produced over the world by the golden discoveries of California and Australia. Men became insane. Commerce underwent an agony and a revolution. Pricc3 and values were affected with delirium tremens and all occupations so rose in money payme...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

IMPOUNDED by B. Rochfort, Esq., Mt Schank. Red and white cow, short tail, no visible brand Red and white heifer, blotch near rump White bullock, strawberry neck, no visible brand Black and white steer, snaily horns, C near shoulder Yellow and white heifer no visible brand Impounded by A. Hobbs, Esq,, J.P, Oak lands. Brown mare near shoulder JC Chesnut filly, no visible brand Bay gelding, face and near hind foot white, } near shoulder .D Bay gelding, blotch near shoulder White cob, short tail, RorBM near shoulder « J. ST'EIN Poundkeeper, Springs. Impounded by E. Leake, Esq. Bay gelding, white feet, star, JD near shoulder i Bay colt, star, no visible brand Bay filley, white face, TP or R near shoulder Brown mare, star, W off shoulder Impounded by Mr. Morrison. Bay gelding, star, 5 under saddle Bay gelding, star, D near shoulder Bay mare, star, three white feet, MJnear shoul der, blotch off shoulder Chestnut filley, star and snip K or 6 near shoulder C Bay filley, star, near hind foot ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR ROADS! [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

OTJE EOADS! Our ROADS ! the idea must be reiterated . and as the " Border Watch" is now free of the Legislative Library, and of course comes under the noticc of members of both Houses, we will put a very plain hypothetical case to them. Suppose the President, with Mr. Speaker, followed by Sir Dominic Daly himself, ! attended by the Chief Secretary, the Sergeant-at-Arms, and all functionaries, were to arrive at The Mount. For what purpose ? Why, to go to Church on a dark, dreary, down-pouring, moonless Sabbath evening. The procession should be on foot; and if followed by all the members of both Houses, so much the better. We should like the Bishop to be of the party: but out of regard for his valuable life, we shall spare him. The procession should start from South's; then steer betv/een " Scyllaand Charybdis" -which means,being interpreted,between Heinnercaii's great Lake (now a " sea of mud," or "Serbonian Bog,") and the fence. After which they would defile through the " Straits of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ROBBERY OF THE LACHLAN ESCORT. i [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

ROBBERY OP THE LACHLAN ESCORT. i The following from the .' Empire," is the most complete account of this affair yet published. As the escort was coming down from the Lachlan yesterday (Sunday) evening, about six o'clock, just as it had arrived at Engoura Creek, near Orange, it was intercepted in its course by two drays be ing placed across the road near Clement's fence. On the escorts coming up to the drays shots were fired from behind them which frightened the horses, being young spirited animals, and caused them to shy off from the road and upset the escort, j pitching the troopers and the gold chest out. About a dozen men then immedi-1 ately started from behind the drays, and firing on the troopers, wounded them all except one. The bushrangers at the same carried off the gold with the mail bags. It is not at present known the exact amount of treasure taken, but it had been anticipated that this trip from the Lach lan would have brought down an unusu ally large quantity to Sydney....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Later Intelligence BY XLECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

BY XLECTBIC TELEGRAPH. Thursday' evening. "We received the following Telegram at a late hour last night: Seven days1 later news than that brought by the mail steamer, dated on Thursday evening. The Federal ffeet has been defeated on the James River, with heavy losses. Pensacola has been evacuated. Hunter's proclamation for freeing the slave has been revoked. "Wool is steady. Money easier. Constantine has been appointed Viceroy of Poland. French troops remain at Borne. Later Intelligence

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. e FATAL FIGHT AT "WOLONGOKG.-A gentleman who arrived in town last night from Wollongong furnishes us with the following particulars of a fatal encounter whieh took place at that place on Satur^ day night last. It appears that two men -James M'Mahon aud Thomas Beddes met at the Settlers! Arms Inn, and, after having a few words, went outside to fight. They fought several rounds, when M'Mahon went away, leaving Beddes on the ground. The landlord went outside shortly after, and, seeing Beddes lying on the footpath insensible, brought him in side the house, and he shortly afterwards expired. A magisterial enquiry was h» Id on the body on Sunday. Beddes was a coal miner, and a very quiet man; he leaves a wife and family behind him. M'Mahon is not more than nineteen years of age.-Empire. The " Newcastle Chronicle "-N.S.W. -states that a very considerable demand for coals for China, and the East generally has prevailed during the last fortnight, and vessels of very large to...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The telegram received previous to the foregoing on Thursday forenoon, was published as an "Extra" in the course of the day (yesterday.) It is aS follows:—ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) Adelaide, July 10th, 1862. NEWS TO MAY 26TH. TOTAL ROUTE OF THE CONFEDERATES. DESPERATE AMERICAN NAVAL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

The telegram received previous to the foregoing on Thursday forenoon, was published as an " Extra" in the course of the day (yesterday.) It is aa follows: ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) S, ^ Adelaide, July 10th, 1862. NEWS TO MAT 26TH. TOTAL ROUTE OF THE CON FEDERATES. DESPERATE AMERICAN NAVAL FIGHT. The English Mail arrived at Queens cliffe this morning. The intelligence she brings is very important,, especially with respect to the United States, where the rebellion appears to be all but crushed. The European news is also of a very interesting nature. The Merrimac haa been blown up by tho> Confederates to prevent its capture. New Orleans fallen. Norfolk dockyard taken. Savannah, Mobile, Eichmond, and Memphis threatened. Federal troops only five miles from Savannah. Commodore Porter is off Mobile with his mortar fleet. The Federal troop3 are adding victory to victory. The Mayor and Aldermen of New Orleans have been sent to pris...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

GENERAL NEWS DAIHY PRODUCE.-Every man who by 1 his exertions and enterprise starts a new branch of trade (no'matter what it is) in our district is deserving of the utmost praise and encouragement. In "Warrnam bool, a Mr. Auld is making a very gobd thing out of large shipments of dairy produce. FRAUDS TIT THE FLOUR TRADE.-Be cehtly we inserted an article from the Adelaide papers, under the title of " Frauds in the Flour Trade." Imme diately afterwards, the guilty party sends the following coufession to the editor of the " Geelong Advertiser."-Sir, Having seen your article in to-day's Advertiser, referring to an extract from the " South Australian Begister" headed " Frauds in the flour trade," in which I am charged with using the brand of Dunn and Son, Adelaide, on flour of' my own manufac ture, I have the painful task to perform of admitting the truth of that charge. I shall not attempt to palliate an error so inconsiderately committed, which has been to me a source of deep regret. J...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

c. &J-. iMnrcj-MTrsr "tg AS Received instructions from IMr. A. WALLACE, who is relinquishing the DRAPSR7 BEPMTMEMT 8F BUSINESS,, To sell by 1*11 i»Uc Auction, ON' I1 SJB3SUAY, <JT UJ, Y At 11 o'clock, a.m., the whole of his re maining stock of Goods, consisting of- ' Men's clothing Drapery Hosiery Boots and shoes, &c.,# &c., . - &c. > TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. . IPoa* @ale, (llY PRIVATE CONTRACT), 'g^IIENew arid Commodious Premises known as the Victoria Hotel, POET MACDONNBLL. The HOUSE is Substantially Built of Stone,. Two Stories, contains Eight Rooms, well and plentifully Furnished, as well as a Large llooin, suitable for Public Meet ings, Balls, &c. Detached are a good Stone Kitchen, with Bed Rooms, and an Eignt-3tall Stone Stable Capacious Loft, &e. Also, will be Sold, one good staunch Draught Horse, with Cart and TIarness, quite new ; and live Mares and Horses. The Proprietor is Desirous of Remov ing to Queensland,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

TEAVELLERS' BEST, :; W.''? 3VMY TAKES this Opportunity of Informing; Gentlemen Travelling to and from J^acDonnell >Bay, .that he has Opened an Hotel£at Allan&ale, Four miles from.the Bay, aM attmtion toIVisitors to. obtain their ^patronage. The Best of Liquors,;Wiues, &c., supplied. Good Stalling. STEW: IMFOKTS. .SAX01*XI]\T]B OlX, Colourless and void of Smell. BRILLIANTINE OIL, Equal to Kerosene and Cheaper. THIS is the first importation of these beau tifiil "OILS, adapted for burning in Eerosine and Paraffine Lamps,, and strongly recommended to who want a Good Light. JPA-MAJFtrarE OIK., , Genuine; finest quality burns well. LaiUips very Cheap Also Globes, Chimneys, and Wicks. Storekeepers and, others- supplied. WM. ISBISTER, .5, Currie-street, : ; ADELAIDE. ; C, J. VALENTINE, STOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, PENOLA AND MOSQUITO PLAINS. C. CJ-. Donyhty, AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION AGENT, Loans Negotiated.on Freehold Security. N FOR SALE, SHEfiP Station near ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER MAEKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

MOUNT GAMJ3ISH UAETvETS. j The price of tlour at the iriUs Is X] 2 10s. ; rollnn1, £" per ?.oi!: JVir.,, -£4 per ton; Oats, Cn. VA. per bu?!n 1; Barley, Go. Co.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. At Adelaide the market "report is as fol lows : Com _ market. --Several large parcels of wheat have changed hands in the course of the past week, at from 4s. Ildtoos for delivery at the Port, and 4s 8d to 4s 9d for dray loads in town. To-day the markpt closes firm at the above prices. There has-been a consider able demand throughput the week, Flour.-Best silk-dressed, from £12 I5s to £13; wire dressed, from £12 to £12 10s. At Melbourne, it is stated that flour has gradually hardened, and is now £14 to £15 for Afagarey's, Wheat, 6s 3d; colonial oatmeal, 25s ; gram £i3 to £13 10s; hay, £7 to £10; Bran, Is 5d to Is 6d. Frqm Sydney we are informed that 30,000 ounces are awaiting escort'at the Lachlan. At Newcastle it'is stated that cxcitement prevails amongst the Newcastle miners; a general strike is proposed. As the markets are new in a peculiar posi tion, with a decided, tetidency to rise, it is im portant to note thejatest reports. The last " Ob...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Thursday, June 26. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

Thursday, June 26. AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION ACT. The debate oil this bill was resumed ; j an and amendment was moved that-It i is not expedient to introduce any Bill for the amendment of the Constitution Act j until the same shall have be<£n brought j under the consideration of the constitu encies at a general election. The Opposition was defeated, and the Ministerialists signalised their triumph by great cheering. This provoked the Opposition ; and Mr. Boucat initiated a very disorderly discussion. Members got into " hot blood," and abused one another in good set terms. The scene was very disgraceful, and ought not to have been reported. At last Mr. Bagot regretted very much the personalities which had taken place, and hoped nothing of the kind would occur again. The Resolutions were finally carried: and the Attorney-General said that it was the intention of the Government to in troduce a Bill before the close of the present session to give effect to the prin- J cip...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTU RAL SOCIETY. Mr. Townsend moved " That the House will, on Wednesday, 25th June, resolve itself into, n Committee of the whole for the purpose of consid ering the motion - " That an address he presented to His Excellency the Governor-in-Chief, praying His Ex cellency to cause the sum of £2,000 to he placed on the Estimates, in accordance with the prayer of the petition from the Agricultural and Horticultural Society.'

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

PUBLIC POUND "jfcT EW POUND.-There has heen opened within the last few days a Pound, on section No. 309, Hundred of Gambier, adjoining Mr. W. Tolmie's. Mr. John Bennett is ap pointed keeper and salesman thereat. UtiiMistg^ Society. A MEETIN Gr of persons favorable to the formation of a Building Society on Mount Gambier, will be held at Long's Hotel on Tuesday Evening next, (June 15th), at Half-past Seven o'clock, when a large attendance is earnestly requested. £1 REWARD. STRAT6© PR,©®® !U&R.8 HMNSYc One bay ITorse, branded KM off shoulder, IS near shoulder PETER BEGG, 56-tc LAKE BONNEY. IMword HFreatcla, Commission and Forwarding Agent, General Storekeeper, Macdonnell Bay. On hand-Oregon flooring, American timber, flooring boards, palings, and hard wood, galvanized iron, &c, &c, GOVERNMENT ADVERTISE MENTS. DEPASTURING LICENSES. APPLICATIONS for Depasturing - and Annual Licenses in the Hun dreds of Joanna, Caroline, Benara, and Kongorong must be sent into the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. Before G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

POLICE COURT. Before Gr. B. Scott, Esq., S.M. Robert Henry "Wisher and Henry Coleman were charged by P. T. Jones with being drunk and causing a distur bance in the public street. Fined 10s. each. The information sworn to by Mr. | Jas. Kirby attributing peijury to an old servant who sued him for her wages was voluntary withdrawn by him.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, June 24. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIA1IE W T. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. S Tuesday, June 24. MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS AMEND MENT BILL. The Hon. the Chief Secretary moved for leave to introduce a Bill to amend the Municipal Corporation Act of 1861. In tabling that motion, he took occasion to state the reason for adopting anew course of procedure, different from the practice which had for years past been pursued by the Government. The motion was duly seconded and agreed to. SALE OF POISONS BILL - Consideration of amendments of the j House of Assembly. In Committee. These' were partly considered and reported. AUDIT OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS BILL. This important Bill underwent much <liscussion, and also amendment. Some other formal business was transacted; after which the Council adjourned at half-past 4 until 2 o'clock the next day.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. IMMIGRATION. [To THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 11 July 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. IMMIGRATION. [To THE EDITOB.] Sir,-Immigration, some strong philo sopher informs us, is a mistaken notion and goes on to prove-after his own' fashion-that an influx of immigrants does not add to population-and as we may gather from his style, is a positive evil. We do not pretend to know where .your political economist picked up his information, but judging the bird by his plumage, it strikes me forcibly that a pupil of the Son of Melbourne stump notoriety has nestled amongst us, and who is now feeling the public pulse. He will fall.short and find but few admirers of his principles here.' " What would America, what the group of our Austra lian colonies be, without a strong influx of immigration ? We have outgrown the baby slippers-are emancipated in dependent states, and, would that have yet been realised without immigration if not for that, these modern gossips on political economy, high upon the stump, would have to preach their new discov eries to majesti...

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