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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 16. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 16. Before J. 0. Lyon, Esq., S.M. SEAHS Y. ZIPPELL.-Hezekiah Sears laid an information, on behalf of bis wife, Helen Sears, against "William Zip pell, miller, of Mount Gambier, inasmuch as he had threatened to do her some grievous bodily injury, to kill her, and so forth, and praying that he might be bound over to keep the peace. William Zippell denied the allegations of the information. The Bench informed him that the in formation was upon oath, and asked if he had any witnesses to rebut the allega tions. Zippell could not do so. The Bench again asked him if lie could prove that the information was the result of malice, hatred, or ill-will; and a3 Zip pell did not attempt to do so, he was ordered to find sureties to keep the peace. The next case was an important one. and one, which, as the Bench remarked, in giving judgment, ought to be made widely known throughout this district. Dugald Stewart Miller, Superintendent of the Mount Schanlc Estate, app...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SHEEP INSPECTOR'S REPORT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

SIIEEr INSPECTOR'S RErORT FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THE Chief Inspector of Sheep in South Aus tralia reports on the 16th of August, that he has been again disappointed in his expectation of being able to report the whole flocks of the colony to be free from disease. lie adds, how ever, that it is confined to two stations only, in the South Eastern District,-viz., Mr. M'Arthur's, west of the Mosquito Plains; and Mr. Cooke's, south-east of the Salt Creek. The diseased sheep on both stations do not exceed 20 0, and he trusts that he will be en abled to pronounce them clean before the end of the present year. He adds, that the district Would have been long since freed from disease but from its proximity to the Victorian border, from which sheep used frequently ts cross and infect the flock of the South Australian set tlers. This is now, to a great extent, prevent ed by the latter having fenced their runs on the boundary. He expects that the new Scab Act lately brought into operation in Victo...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE WRONGS OF MOUNT GAMBLER. To THE Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

ORIGINAL COMSPONDSNSE. THE WRONGS OF MOUNT GAMBLER. To Tiie Editor. Mr. Editor, - It is rather flattering tr> a paor unlettered man like myself to find that m} remarks have been copied into jTour influential neighbour, the " Portland Guardian," and elicited the favourable notice of a very able correspondent in your last paper. It shews that in this country of a free press, and in spite of an occasionil frown from high places, even a poor man's thoughts are not altogether overlooked. Ilad I the pen of a ready writer, and the tongue of the eloquent, I could say much on the wrongs of .Mount Gambier. The wo**st of it is that these wrongs are mainly brought upon herself-by her leading residents throwing themselves at the feet of Adelaide. Adelaide is not greatly tcx.be blamed afte' all. She is doing after her kind. That unwise memorial, which condemned in unqualified terms the Separation movement, and which conveyed the impression that the people here were thankful for the smallest me...

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THE PASTOE OF KILSYTH. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

THE PASTOE OF KILSYTII. This book is a Memorial raised by a son to a justly venerated father, whose name and labours were well known and still remembered in Scotland. Dr. Burns was the son of Mr. John Burns, for many years factor for the Duke of Hamilton, on the ICinneal es tate. He was a fine old man, who brought up his family in a truly Christian manner. During the boyhood of Dr. Burns a cold, semi-sceptical moderatism held undisturbed sway over a large ex tent of Scotland. There was a good deal of nominal orthodoxy, but little fervour or power: it was the " cold age," preced ing the times of Chalmers, Guthrie, and the other great men who were their con temporaries and associates. Dr. Burns, in his thirteenth year, be came a graduate of the University of Edinburgh, and amongst his fellow stu dents were the late Lord Campbell and Lord Brougham. Having gone through his academic course, he was licensed, and became assistant minister to the aged in cumbent of the parish of Dun, a rura...

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SEPARATION. [To the Editor of the Border Watch.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

SEPARATION. [To the Editor of the Border Watch.] Sir,-From last Adelaide Observer I take the following startling piece of intelligence. It is intended to raise next year by the Land Fund, £150,000. Now, how much do you think the Government expect this district to contribute out of this sum? No less than £76,000. Hear this, fellow colonists of the South-Eastern District! The Government which, after a hard struggle, granted us £6000 for our Roads, expects to get back £76,000 in return ! There can be no mistake: here are the acrcs to be sold in this District: MacDonncll ... 3,000 acres! Robe 26,000 acres!! Grey 47,000 acres !!! Did any one ever hear of such ail unparalleled piece of whblesale robbery ? Remember, too, that 'Jovernment has refused us a bridge over the M osquito Creek; has refused a Telegraph tj Narracoorte, and yet in the face of this, and in the face of the great depression felt in the fanning and pastoral districts, owing to the forcing of so much land into the market,...

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ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY DINNER. The Anniversary Dinner of the Loyal Mount Gambier Lodge, I.O.O.F.M.TJ., Was held at the Lodge Room (Farmers' . inn) on Thursday, September 11th. The Dinner was of the most recherche charac ter, and was " done ample justice to." There were from 60 to 70 persons present, n!l of whom appeared to enjoy themselves. The wines were of the 'choicest descrip tion, and were circulated freely. J. TJmpherston, Esq., J.P., occupied the chair, supported on his right by Br. E. "Weill, and on his left by P.G. Paltridge. P.P.G.M. Alchin was in the Yice-chair, supported on either side by N.G. Clayton and G.M. Pickett. The chairman read a letter from J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M., who regretted his in ability to attend the Dinner, owing to other business. The first toast was given by the Chair man, viz.-" The Queen," " The Prince of Wales and the Royal Family," followed, in a few appropriate remarks, from the chairman. " Sir Dominic Daly," by the chairman. The experience we ha...

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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

inippijiG Mews. MACDONNELL BAY. AnitlVED. Friday, Sept. 12-Ant, (s.s.) 87 tons, Snewin, master, from Ports Adelaide and Robe. 13.passengers. SAILED. Sunday, Sept. 14-Ant, (s.s.) Snewin, master, for Ports Robe and Adelaide. Six "cabin and six steerage passengers. IMPORTS. From Port Adelaide-.337 pkgs. merchan dize, 1 load timber, Lock. ^ cask brandy, 9 cases brandy, 1 case bitters, Long, 6 cases beer, Mitchell, 1 hhd. ale, £ cask rum, 5 cases beer, 3 cases brandy, 8 cases wine, 2 cases cloves* Welil, £ barrel. EXPORTS. ]For Port Adelaide-^1600 bushels wheat, 4 pkgs... . For Port Robfe-20 bushels wheat, 20 bags, potatoes, 3 boxes butter. ; . ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

DESIRABLE INYESTMENT. For Sale, Those Well-known Premises, the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, Standing on one acre of G-round in the most central portion of the Large and Thriving Township of . PEiron, having Three Frontages to the Principal Streets and Market Square, containing Large Coffee Boom, Spacious Bar, Public and Private Parlours Commodious Bedrooms, AND SIX-STALL STABLES, the whole Let on Lease to the present Occupier for Five years, at a Rental of igk&O per Annum. The greater part of the Premises are quite new, and .wall be completed in a . few weeks,, the whole forming one of the MOST COMPLETE HOTELS in Tir-E SOOTH - EASTE8N BISTilGT. ior particulars and terms apply to MESSRS. THOMSON & Co., PEN OLA, Or, MESSRS. T. & J. FINN, PORTLAND, and MR. SCARBOROUGH, Saddler, Rundle street, ADELAIDE. COXS-IS & iDAHEE, Builder?. Carpenters, Cabinet Makers, Wheelwrights, &c. Penola. BEG to acquaint their Friends and the ' public generally that they hav...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

Border Watch Office, j Thursday Evening. Owing to the non-arrival of the. iriail, toe are without our ..usual commerciul advices. We therefore quote prices as before. There is no change at (he Mount Gambier or Victoria Mills.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

MJMOVASi. August Ping'el, 10TCHER & gMDSAGIMM.t&j TN thanking the Inha' itanis of Mount Gaml'ier and Vicinity for past favors, begs to inform them that he has removed to HIS NEW AND MORE COMMO DIOUS PREMISES IN TERRES STREET, Opposite Mr. Sam. Barratt's Blacksmith Shop, and solicits for a continuance of the'.r^ kind pat onage. Smoked Ilams, Tongues, Bacon, and 'Sau sages of Every Description always cn hand as usual, and orders punctual y attended to. Observe the ad.Jress PIUOEI, BUTCHER AND SAUSAGE-MAKER, TERRESI STREET, Opposite Mr. Sam, Barratt's, B!ae .smith. OTICE-The partnership hitherto exist * ing between Avey, Dawson and Ilale, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All parties having claims against the said firm are requested to send in their accounts forthwith ; and all persons indebted to the said firm are requested to pay their accounts on or before the 1st dby of October next." G' OBGE AVEY HENRY HALE WILLIAM 'DAWSON. Witness-F. BUSCH. . Mount Gambier,...

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LATEST FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

LATEST FEOM AMERICA | By the arrival of the Scotia yesterday afternoon (July 25) at Queenstown, we have later news from America. This news comes down to the 16th July. The Con federates had disappeared from General MeLellan's front. They had, however, strengthened Fort "Darling with iron-clad batteries, and were preparing for a pro longed struggle. In Tennessee and Ken tucky they were reported to be in great force. Nashville was threatened with an immediate attack by them, and they were also marching on Lexington, Kentucky. The truth of the report of the capture of Baton Rouge is doubted. The bom bardment of Vicksburg continued with out any result. The Confederate General Van Dorn has issued a proclamation de claring his intention to protect the banks along the Mississipi, to the last extremity. Governor Moore, of Louisiana, had issued a violent proclamation, forbidding all in tercourse with New Orleans. In the city, General Butler had sent a lady named Phillips to Ship Island, for ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMBLER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

MOUNT GAMB1EE. MARKETS. The following are the latest quotations at our mills; Mount Gambier Mill, Thursday evening Sept. 5.-Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per bushel; Potatoes,«*£3 per ton. Victoria ^team Mills, Thursday evening Sept. 5.-Flour, £12 lOsper ton; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £4 do.: Barley, 5s Gd pe bushel; Oats, none; Crushing, 6d per bushel.

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NARRACOORTE LOCAL COURT. Before Messrs. G. B. Scott, S.M., J, Carter, J,P., and H. Jones, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

NAERACOOETE LOClL COURT. Before Messrs. G-. B. Scott, S.M., J, Carter, J,P., and H. Jones, J.P. This day the following cases were tried before the above magistrates. Queen v. J. Scott-Scott was charged with housebreaking and theft on the sta tion of Mr. Lawson. Plead guilty, and was committed to take his trial at the Mount Grambier Circuit Court. Police v. T. Ager-Defendant was charged with selling grog to the blacks on 22nd August. Case proven. Fined £5 and costs. Police v. T. Ager-This was a similar charge to the above. Not proven. ~W\ Harris v. W. Birchan-Defendant was charged by plaintiff with using his horse without his permission. Case dis missed. McKay v. Hailes-Plaintiff claimed £58 13s for services rendered. This was a counter action, Hailes v. McKay, £17 Is. 2|d. The parties agreed to withdraw their cases for arbitration. Hoar v. R. Rutherford-Plaintiff claimed £50 compensation for alleged breach of contract. As no contract could be proved to exist, judgment was given for ...

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LATEST NEWS. Suez, Aug. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

LATEST NEWS. Suez, Aug. 2. THE following is the latest telegram to the Argus: The position ,of the Federals is critical. European intervention is likely. Garibaldi openly toasts " Rome or death but Ropie with Victor Emmanuel at its head. The Queen has given £2000 to the fund for the relief of the distress in M anchester. . Government has t een beaten on the Relief Bill. Cobden reviews the session. New foreign loans out. The news by the 41 Bombay " is deeply in teresting as regards the progress of the civil war in America. The events of the month are, perhaps, more startling and important than any which it has been our office to chronicle since the beginning of the struggle. Once more the scene is changed, with the sudenuess of a fantasmagoria. The tide of fortune lias turned, and the South is once more riding on the flood. The conquerors are now beaten, and flying in all directions-the conquered, who, a month ago, were only awaiting the coup de grace, are now in their turn everywher...

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THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. THE DECLARATION OF THE AWARDS OF THE JURORS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBI TION. THE DECLARATION OF THE AWARDS OF THE JUBORS. On Friday, July 11, the gjU, State ceremonial of the declaration oHHe prizes took place. The Duke pf ^Cambridge acted as the representatiye.^her Majesty on the oecasion ; the foreign countries appointed "what^^Ee termed "international representatives^, to re ceive the awards for their res j'e|fcive coun tries, and gentlemen«||pre similarly ap ^pointed to act in the same capacity for the colonies. The arrangements were of a simple and practical character, and every thing which, in the regretted absence of the Queen, could be provided to give 'eclat' to' the ceremony was adopted. The sun shone with unwonted brightness ; .the Ministers of State, the " corps diplo matique," the representatives of foreign countries, wore their official costume, officers of the army and navy, and volun teers, were in uniform, and there were not a few of the company who appeared in academic robes. The dresses of the ladies on this,...

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PORT MACDONNELL. (From our own correspondent.) September 16th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

PORT MACDONNELL, (From our own correspondent.) September 16th, 1862. There is nothing of importance to com municate this week. The steamer "Ant" arrived here on Fr!div morning last, and remained in Port until Sunday evening, the weather not being favorable for her to leave before. For the last fortnight the weather has been very unsettled. We were in hopes that the workmen to carry on the new Government buildings would have arrived by last steamer, but it seems they were not prepared ; so the .' ruin" is likely to remain as it is for some time longer. On Sunday last as two of our " wor thies" were out riding, accompanied by their kangaroo-dogs-as we suppose for the purpose of hunting-they met with rather an unfortunate accident in crossing one of the swamps in the neighbourhood. One of the horse3 fell, I believe, into a hole, and either broke his neck or was drowned, the rider being unhurt. The rider of the other horse was thrown head first into the swamp, and escaped drown ing with...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TIIF. JnT.-Vrhe schooner "Jet" is now dail > expected to arrive from Melbourne, with a general cargo for MacDonnell Bay. THUNDER-STORM.-The thunder-storm of Friday night last was one of the severest which h .s been felt on Mount Gambicr for several years. The night was densely dark and black, only at intervals relieved by the vivid flashing of the forked lightning, which at times main tained a rapid and continuous communication between the thunder-clouds and the earth. As the central point of the storm was imme diately over The M ount, the peals of thunder were unusually loud and startling-so much so, as to frighten down a chimney of a small house near the Fanners' Inn-fortunately without any other damage than to cause a few dishes and a looking-glass to become bankrupt. The next day, Saturday, was wet and stormy, and it was cold, breezy, and somewhat showery, on Sunday. £in<Se then, however, the weather has gradually began to put on its "best beha ...

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent.) September 16th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

MOSQUITO PLAINS, (From our own Correspondent.) : September 16th? 1862. We have much pleasure in recording the safe arrival of the Nigretto sheep, lately purchased by Messrs. Smith and Affleck, at their destination."'' We saw those of Mr. Smith the other day, and could not but admire those beautiful-ani mals. One in particular, named by Mr. S., " Herr Homeyer," (after the breeder) is a particularly fine-looking ram, close woolled and very firm all over. In fact, lie was reckoned by competent Judges, second to no ram in Melbourne. He is descended from a race of German prize takers, whose fleeces have averaged 8 lbs. of washed wool, and realized 3s. per lb. in the German markets. AVe may mention that Mr. Smith had commissioned his agent to go up to the length of £300 for him, though he chanced to be knocked down for £100. The Coroner, Dr. Radford, of Casterton, who held the inquest on the body of the Bev. Mr. Copeland, very severely, repri manded the workpeople on Mr. McLebd's station ...

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PENOLA. (From our own Correspondent,) September 17 th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

PENOLA. (From our own Correspondent,) September 17 th, 1862. This township is remarkably dull nothing stirring. Last week we had a most severe thunderstorm, which hung about the township for some hours, and discharged copious streams of water and showers of hail ., but the weather is now fine, though very unsettled. The alterations at the Telegraph Office are progressing, and those at the Court House will be commenced immediately. All the (Penola) world to-day has gone to the Inverness Inn to the Shinty Match, which is to take place together with other Scottish games. In the Melbourne "Argus" a paragraph appears to the effect that the Kev. J. E. Woods, of Penola, is writing a work on. Exploration. Now I understand that the work is really completed, and is only waiting for MeKinlay and Stuart's present expeditions to be published. The work (1 have heard froin the writer himself ) will be a history of the Discovery and Explorature of Australia to the present time from the earliest per...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 19 September 1862

BIRTH —On the 16th instant, Mrs. Alfred South of a son. MARRIED —On the 9th instant, at the German Lutheran Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. Pastor Goethe, William Wehl, of Mount Gambier, late of Celle, Hanover, to Pauline Straube, late of Callenberg, Saxony.

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