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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 July 1862

'..v/#. VJL. CItOUJClfi . Tj* IS received instructions to Sell [," Public Auct&ra* ^on MONDAY 21ST JULY, 1p.m., A Ljir&3 assorted Collec : " 01 & ofmitTreea. Without reserve. PUBLIC AUCTION, w, A. I-f.AS Keceived1instructions to sell PUiilic'Aiiction, on Moiarfay, A quantity of Clothing Material,1 being STOCK- IN -TRADE Of W. Humphrey, Tailor, Terms Cash. ] C. .*. Doughty Sell by Public Auction on Tuesday, July 22, previous to the sale df'Mr. Wallace's goods, .. <3nej1 faeVp .Spring 'BoxrCart, just im^'cWtefl frcfeft Adelaide. C. «. J_| AS Received instructions from 'Mr. A WALLACE, who is relinquishing the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT POF BUStKSSSe *l' To sell by Auction ox ll'ESBAT, ".v At 11 o'clock, a.m., the, 'tfli&le of his re maining stock of Goods, consisting of '' Men's clothing . x Drapery I ...Hosiery Boots and shoes, &c., &c., &c. """7"" """ ? 1'"'' - . . M - ^ TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. ' ? Sv J For (Sale, (BY PRIV...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 July 1862

: C~*~ TBAVELLERS' EEST, XA JjJk- 1¥® A1E. ? BAY TflAKES this Opportunity of Informing 'Gentlemen Travelling to and from < ?WacDonnell Bay, that he has Opened an Hotel,, at Allandale, Four miles from the Bay, and hopes by civility and attention to Visitors to!obtain' their patronage. The Best of Liquor?, Wines, &c., supplied. ;Good Stabling. w 'imiwmtb. -SJlXowmive Oil., -Colourless and-void of Smell. , BfilUUANTINE OIL, t" EdualJto Kerosene and Cheaper.. tTHHIS is the first importation of these beau uJL i tifulOILS, adapted for burning in ?Eerosine.and Pa.raffine Lamps, and strongiy recommended to who want a Good Light.. v'lKiafc^raWE Oil., ; J,Genuine ; finest quality burns well. liamps very Cheap ; . Also Globes, Chimneys, and Wicks..' . V Storekeepers ami others'-'supplied. " f ' : : WM. ISB1STM, ^ 5,- Currie-street, ; : r ADELAIDE.., ? iu : ---- /.? ?? 6. J, ^VALENflNE, . STOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, BENOLA AND MOSQUITO PLAINS. C. ?w. Von^bty, AWfl^&...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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I MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 July 1862

* I MOUNT GAMB1ER MAltKE^,,, The price of flour at the mills is £12 10s.; Pollard, £5 per ton; Bran, £4per ton; Oats, 6s. 6d. per bushel; Barley, 6s. do.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 July 1862

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS! Border Watch Office, Thursday. Evening. During tlie past week a small parcel of wheat was sold'6n Gambier at four shillings. At Adelaid^ajso,' t^^^epott a still further rise in wheat and flour, Pij ices'Have advanced from day to rfdy. an^'transactions have been very heavy. Wn&Jt during the last day or two has been in very great, demand, find par cels of any magnitude have been difficult to procure. The consequence has been that the price is 9d. per biisKel higher than it was last week. The farmfc^s are not delivering very freely. The news as to high rates Ruling in California has been confirmed by another .arrival'from San Francisco, T)eing a month's1 later dates. n ;' FLOUR.-Sales of considerable magnitude have been made as follows:'-^Silk-dressed, £13 to £13 10s.;" and wire-dressed,T\£l;2 15s. to £13 per ton. There are no, go^cf'. brands of the former description now craeriirg ujide^iJM per ton. t ' WHEAT.-Purchases of large parcels have been made d...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SEPARATION. [TO THE EDITOR] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 18 July 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. : REPARATION. ££O THE EDITOR.] -Srr4-The "Guardian," that Monitor of the clique smitten village community, has not yet been able tfybfin^h, from his memory, the sad and. umvelcopie petition to Hfo Excellency agains^Separa^tiqp. ,vJt r,yill not go smoothly ,d©nj{n jrith th$ .r^npejand advocat^ that he and his clique should find opposition in the great scheme, and he insinuates that there were 2^5 .doubtful signatures attached to the petition, purporting to be those of residents. Now we arp|:alfle to inform the big organ of the Portland would-be-state rulers that these signatures are genuine, and those of residents who h ve attached themselves to the soil that they really are the names of parties of intelligence and vested interests brought to gether.frrti§i& IjfiPQrafel&^WVposc, januyated by a public ispipH and far. th#v.pvWicr w'ilfgite, /yr which they are entitled to the thanks, of their fellow cojonists. We, the citizens of South Australia,...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

NEW SOUTH WALES. There is a rumour of the capture of pttrdiner, the great bushranger, at Bath urst, but it as yet unconfirmed. The total escorts show 25,000 ounces during one week. A new claim at the Lachlan washed 130 ounces to a machine full. . The Anti-State aid movement i9 pro gressing rapidly. 5,000 ozs. per escort from Lachlan reached Orange on Monday afternoon. Much more is remaining behind in the banks. There have been some good hauls at the Gulf diggings. A great deal of excitement exists among the Miners at Newcastle, and matters are still unsettled, most of the new comers standing by the Union, and not working. There was a great meeting of miners at Newcastle. Much excitement pre vails, although there has been no distur bance. Many are at work, but a general strike is proposed. The commencement of vigorous operations at miners' own pit; "Wallsend, is also proposed. Many petitions are coming in against Robertson's Fencing Bill, as tending to embarrass free-selection. The G...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

GENERAL NEWS* The "Border Post" furnishes these memos of the progress of settlement in Burke's land:-" A few days ago, an ex pedition sent by Mr. David Reid, consist ing of a Mr. Conn, his two sons, and a couple of men, was fitted out from Albury for the new country, taking with them a mob of 500 cattle and a bullock dray laden with rations and stores. We un derstand Mr. Conn will locate himself somewhere between Menindie and Cooper's Creek, Mr. Reid having tak^n up forty square miles of well-watered country in Burke's land. As soon as the season permits, it is reported that Mr. Alfred Barber of the Mitta Mitta will push out with 1000 ewes towards Cooper's Creek; and Mr. J. Lester of, Howlong is also contemplating a journey thither, with a small mob of cattle. Al together the speculation of tendering for runs in the far interior is just now en gaging a good deal of attention, and the bloated capitalist- alike with the list! '. new insolvent" appear to be equally! struck with the adv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

MOUNT GAMB1EK MAEKETS. The price of flour at the mills is £12 10s.; Pollard,£5 per ton; Bran, £4 per ton; Oats, 6s. 6d. per bushel; Barley, 6s. do. POUND Sale.-Three horses and three head of cattle will be sold on Monday, 28th July, if not previously claimed. JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. Impounded by G. Glen, Esq., J.P. Roan and white bullock, DRBF off ribs, 2 off thigh, S near rump Roan and white cow, O (in diamond) off ribs By E. Leake, Esq. Yellow and white bullock, indescribable brand off rump Yellow cow, O off rump If not claimed will be sold on the 12th of August, at noon. JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. Jolm Inkers, Manufacturer of Every Description of SADDLERY AND HARNESS, Guichen Bay Rt&PtN© Rm@MCHIE§" Charles Clarke MACHINIST, SMITH, &C., BEGS to state to the inhabitants of Mount Gambier and its vicinity, that he is pre pared to execute orders for Reaping machines of the best quality, at reduced prices, and on easy terms. . Old machines repaired on the shortest noti...

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UNITED STATES. PROCEEDINGS IN CONGERSS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

UNITED STATES. PROCEEDINGS IN CONGEBSS. President Lincoln has sent a message to ? Congress announcing his signature and approval ; of the Bill emancating the slaves in the district I of Columbia. In this message the President rsayr he never doubted the constitutianal authority of Congress to abolish slavery in the district, and always desired to see the national capital freed from slavery in some satisfactory way. Hence he never had in his mind any yuestion on the subject except the one of expe diency rising in view of all the circumstances. If there be matters within and about this Act, which might have taken a course or shape more satisfactory to his judgment, the Presi dent says he will not attempt to specify them. The President is gratified that the principles of compensation and colonization are recognised in the Act. In the Federal Senate a petition 700 feet long, signed by 15,000 women, praying for the abolition of slavery, was presented by Mr. Sumner. The taking of Forts Jac...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

MISCELLANEOUS. THE PEINCE OF WALES AT THE TOMB OF ABRAHAM.-The following is an extract from a private letter:-" The Prince was at Ilebron while wc were there. He and his suite obtained leave to visit the cave of Maepelah, Abraham's burial place. They are the first Chris tians who have been allowed to enter it since the Crusades, nearly 700 years ago. Dr. Stanley says everything has been kept in the most beautiful order, and nothing could be moae satisfactory than the state in which the tombs are preserved. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah are buried there, Two of the sheiks were inclined to give annoyance and show their animosity at Christians being allowed to enter the cave. The Governor of Ilebron, however, had them turned out, and the remainder were very complimentary, to the Prince, saying that they were glad to have the opportunity of showing any civility in their power to one of the Princes of England, to whom their Government was indebted for kind offices, that...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 8. CUSTOMS' RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 8. - CUSTOMS' BETUBNS. .V ' The Hon. tho Chief Secretary laid on the table the returns asked for by the Hon. J. H. Barrow, of the quantities and names of articles imported into the pro vince. r^TEtlCOLOKIAXi TARIFFS.* The Hon. the Chief Secretary, pursuant to notice, rose to move the following re solutions : " 1. That, in the opinion of this Council, it is desirable that an uniform Tariff should prevail throughout the Australian Colonies. » 2. That, in order thereto, three Dele gates should be appointed to proceed to Melbourne, for the purpose of confer ring with Delegates from the adjoining Colonies. , " 3. That it is desirable that such Con ference should be held prior to effecting any considerable alteration in ouv fiscal system." 1 The hon. gentleman said that the Govern ment bad been induced to bring forward these resolutions because of tho great change foreshadowed in our fiscal system, by reason of the general demand for free ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, JULY, 25, 1862 INTERCOLONIAL TARIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

©foe Watiffo, .... Published every Friday morning. l ltTDA Y, JULY, 25, 1862 INTERCOLONIAL TARIFFS. THE question of establishing a uniform tariff for the Australian Colonies has become one of the leading questions of the day, and certainly not before it waB time. We have oftenlexpreseecl our sur prise that the colonists have, submitted so' long to the absurdity of having as many; tariffs as there are provinces. The incon venience resulting from this state of things has been chiefly experienced along the frontiers of the provinces, and it would have been vastly greater but for the politic connivance of the respective governments who saw that any attempt to enforce the law would greatly exceedj in point of expense, the revenue derived from it. We have only to refer to the trade between Portland and the South Eastern District of South Australia as an illustration of the hardship and tyranny that would have ensued if our Govern ment had attempted to impose its own duty on every dutiable...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE GOLD ESCORT ROBBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

THE GOLD ESCORT ROBBERS. The following are the latest telegrams respecting the, gold escort robbers:: Inspector Pottinger's party have cap tured two of the escort robbers near Wagga Wagga, with. 150 ounces of gold, besides some notes. Pottinger has captured three of the escort robbers, who were afterwards res cued by three armed men. Eottinger recovered part of the goid. ? These men are amongst the most auda cious and determined bushrangers we . have heard of since the good old times When " sticking-up" was a regular branch of the Australian "DickTurpin" business.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

LOCAL INTELLIGENSE. BUILDING SOCIETY.-A meeting was held, on Tuesday night, in accordance with announcement, to take measures to institute a Building Society. But owing to the inclemency of the weather, and the very bad state of the roads, the attend ance was very small. Mr. Lyon, S.M., was in the chair; and Mr. Grey mived, seconded by Mr. Derrington-" That the meeting be adjourned till the 7th of1 August," which was. carried. GEOLOGT OF THE SOUTH-EASTEBN DISTRICT.--The Squth-Eastern District has a yery peculiar, geological character, which renders its scientific study , very interesting. . The igneous origin of its soil is apparent to the most superficial (observer; and the agricultural results of such a phenomenon are also socially1 highly, important. In our advertising columns will be found the announcement' of a new work by . the Rev. Julian E. Woods; and from the scientific reputa tion of the author, it will undoubtedly be both interesting and important. PRESENTATION AT PENOLA....

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ; At Melbourne five hundred persons have arrived from Great Britain, and the same number from the neighbouring colonies during the week. The'Git7 Council have decided to pre vent the storing of kerosene in large quantities. .Subscriptions.haye.been commenced for tW^ncashire operatives. A meeting is to be held in Sydney op the subject of the Lancashire operatives. The Governor will preside. There has been a long debate upon Mr. Allen's motion in favour of a protective j policy. The previous question was carried. At the Melbourne criminal sessions Mason was sentenced to seven years hard labour for indecently assaulting a young girl. The Government has appointed a gold fields Commission. Mr. Service has fi nally decided to resign. The Victorian Government, we learn, have telegraphed to this colony enquiring: if the proceedings of Friday would pre vent the attendance of the proposed de legates from South Australia. This shows that -more interest is taken in the subj...

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 — 25 July 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. IMMIGRATION. [To THE EDITOR.] Sir,-The Farmer Who wtitea in favour of Immigration in answer last dealB in his imagination rattier '3than answer the facts and figures I gave ' in my last; if I am making a rapid fortune through the highprice of labour which I obtain here. The doubt of Mr. P. is a doubt only, as I do invest all I have in land and buildings. I am sorry IV has Only one reas<)n to. give - why our population in creases without immigration. Our population has not increased to the ex tent I gave in figures injny last without immigration. We never, Btopped immi gration yet. We, as a colony, only stopped immigration at the public ex pense, when immigration continued as before, with her increase, hence our in crease of population, continued by being able to employ those who came at their own expense by investing our money in public works rather than bring them here to keep them at the public expense as before. I dejiy that any great number of...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

LATEST ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. By the Lady Bird, from Melbourne, we (Adelaide Observer) have received our files of English papers, the contents of which have been anticipated by Electric Tolegraph. The great event of the month is, un questionably, the opening of the Inter national Exhibition on*the 1st instant. We remember reading, with a thrill of emotion, the Times report of the opening of the Exhibition of 1851, and we sup pose that every one remembers the sen sation experienced on first entering that noble transept in Hyde Park. Of the peculiar effect produced by both, it must be said of first love," there is no second for no one expected to be impressed bv the opening ceremony of^this year, or with a first visit to the building, as he was in 1851. The opening of the second Exhibition of Arts and Industry in the Old "World at a mo ment when the New is torn asunder by civil war has naturally suggested some striking com parisons. The figure of Peace sitting calmly on an Armstrong gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

FOB SALE, JFreeliold Land, NEAR MOUNT SHAD WELL. ABOUT 950 acres of Excellent Laiid to be SOLD in Lots to suit Purchasers, and on EAST TERMS. For further particulars apply to MESSBB. J. H. CLOUGH & Co., HAMILTON 6th March, 1862. 51tc Reward. LOST from Mr. Mitchell's paddock, a chestnut Horse, branded CS near shoul der, and JQ off shoulder (the G reversed.) Any jterson bringing the same to the Mount Gambier hotel will receive the above reward. 65te rAKE NOTICE-All Pigs, Goats and Fowls found trespassing in my paddock will be shot. C. G. DOUGHTY. J. «..? KAMiAY, IS now prepared to receive orders for the en suing' harvest, and respectfully, solicits those who intend to have a machine; , to favor him with their Orders as soon as convenient. N.B.-J. G. B. has also on hand a well se lected Stock of PLOUGHS, from;ithe best English and Scotch makers. Prices the some as in Adelaide. - He is also prepared to . supply mowipg ma chines, German waggons, castjijga 'for all kind of Agricul...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY,JJLY 15 MINISTERIAL EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

LEGISLATIVE ' . TUESDAY, ;JUIR 15. ";£L MINISTERIAL EXPLANATION. The Chief Secretary Baid, b6&i#.the business on the Notice-paper -was pro* ceeded with, there was a little statement which no-doubt the. House expected fronr him, and which he wished to make, with regard to what had transpired since the last meeting of the Council. It-would be within the knowledge of hon; member^ that on Friday last the Ministry were placed in a very embarrassing position in consequence of the action of the House of Assembly in regard to a series .of're solutions having reference to the, 'grading of delegates to Victoria. Seeing, that;the Ministry of this colony were the fiiM to propose a conference of delegates, of the several Australian Colonies, they feit that their Ministerial character was to a1 great extent involved in the vote- of the House, and feeling themselves placed therefryv m an embarrassing position, it was .deter mined by them to place their resignation in the hands of His Excel...

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FATAL RESULTS FROM CAMPHINE. THREE PERSONS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 25 July 1862

FATAL KESULTS FROM CAMPHINE. THREE- PERSONS DESTROYED. On Monday evening, 14th instant, a horri ble accident happened in a family named Forest, living at yponga. It seems that in filling the campltine the oil became ignited, and instantly communicated an unextinguish . able flame to the apparel of four individuals, ?viz. ;-Miss R. Forest, IVliss M. Forest, daughters of Mr. Thomas Forest, and the ptfln and woman servants, Luke Seaman and C. Cameron. All available local assistance was at once rendered, and a message dispatched to Dr. Jay, of Willunga, who promptly reached the scene of the disaster. A most harrowing sight was presented-the four bodies perfectly blackened. I regret to add that the doctor gives no hope of the recovery of any of these four thus stricken down in this sudden and most agonising manner. A later account says that three are dead. Dr. Jay has good hopes for Seaman-not called on the inquest. The verdict in effect was " Accidentally burnt," with remarks upon camph...

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