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Wednesday, Oct. 1. Before Dr. Weill, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

"Wednesday, Oct. 1. Before Dr. Weill, J.P. An inebriate was fined 5a. cautioned, and discharged.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

EW§. M-ACDOI^KELL BAT. ARRIVED. Friday 26th Sept - s.s. Ant, 87 tons, P. Snewin master from Ports Adelaide and Robe. 18 passengers, SAILED. Friday 26th-AntySnewin master, for ports Adelaide and llobe, Messrs French, Bosworth, liochfort and Clark in the cabin, and 2 in the steerage. CARGO INWARD. From port Adelaide 163 pkgs merchandize, 1 keg powder, 250 bricks ; South, 18 cases 4 hhds: Egan i £ cask, 7 cases, 1 pkge cigars, Long, 1 qr cask, 6 cases, 6 hogsheads; Crouch 1 hhd, 4 cases, 1 case; Wells, 1 cask. CAltGO OUTWARDS. For port Adelaide-58 Hides, 6 bundles kangaroo skins, 1 box, 220 bushels wheat, 20 tins. For port Robe-16 bushels crushed wheat, 53 posts, 2 boxes butter.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

DESIEABLE INVESTMENT. for Sale, Those Well-known Premises, the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, Standing on one acre of Ground in the most central portion of. the Large and Thriving Township of PEIOLA, having Three Frontages to the Principal Streets and Market Square, containing Large Coffee Room, Spacious Bar, Public and Private Palours - Commodious Bedooms, AND SIX-STALL STABLES, the whole Let on Lease to the present Occupier for Five years, at a Rental of £lSO i»ei' Aminm. The greater part of the Premises are quite new, and will he completed in a few weeks, the whole forming one of the MOST COMPLETE HOTELS TN THE SOUTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. For particulars- and terms apply to MESSBS. Thomson & Co., PENOLA Or, MESSBS. T. & J. Fins, PORTLAND, and MB. Scabborough, Saddler, Rundle street, ADELAIDE. £6 Reward. STRAYED from near Penola, about three months ago, a dark bay Horse, with a narrow white stripe down the face; very little mane, branded (J) or J, in circle, off shoulder : and...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

C3SKS3SESL AND BM&ETS, Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. * M ount Gambier is not singular in its com plaint as to dullness of business during the very revere -winter which we have just come through. A t Adelaide it is remarked that the spring trade seems just about to set in, and as the winter has been a severe one, and country storekeepers' stocks are presumed to be low, we trust that orders will come in, and that next month we may have a different state of things to chronicle. At Adelaide produce has not been very firm, and prices have not been fully v. aintained. Our experts of breadstuff's have been unusu ally heavy, and we suppise thatft)ckson hand are riot over-abundant, and that at the close of the season we shall not have much left. The harvest will, to judge from present appearances, Be a verygood one, and possibly this may have something to do with ths present low rates. Flour is worth about £12 for wire-dresre 1. and £12 os. to £13 for silk dresrccl. A sale o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNCLAIMED LETTERS, Post Office, Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

UNCLAIMED LETTERS Post Office, Mount Gambler. Andrew, .Tames Mainard, Wm. Ainslie GT~ . McDousjal!, A. D. Ackroyd, Wm Nauirhton, John Bii«rgs, Geo. INTiel, £>has. Buckingham, M»v NecVendev, F«ed. Collier, Jesse ' Nichols, Mr, Cloynes, James O'Shanasey Crozier, Wm. Pig'er, Ger. Dooley, llichd. Parcele, VI r Edwards, Edward J'ower, John Farrell, John Pal lender Finnemore, Geo. .Prior, Wm, Falcon. Mr.. .- Potter, Danl. Falboneiy Alexi Paterson, John John the German Sanders, Edmund . Holmes, Thos/ Smith, James, Mrs. Ilegard 1 Spain, John Healeyi John Stevens, Ed. Jacksoti| Joseph Slater, Geo. Ivitson, J. Sleason, Thos. Knisiht, Wm. Schulz, Mr. care of Ivena, Patlc. TIarvey Lewis, Christopher Turner, Catharine Lynch,"Maitin Yivian, Wm. Lambert, RoK White and rotter Lay wood, Wm. Warren, Alfred Loughlan, Thomas 'White, John Myer, Wm. WalsTi,^r£ruafet£ May, Lewis Wells, Matthew Molyneanx, James Wepe, Maas, R. Whtitlo, Air

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. September 30th 1862. From our own correspondent, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 3 October 1862

MOSQUITO PLAINS, September 30th 1862. From our own correspondent, Yesterday the following cases were heard before Gr. B. Scott, Esq., S,M., a shearer from Binnum Binnum was charged with having as saulted Sir. New, overseer to Mr. Jones. The charge was proven and the prisoner fined £5. The next case resulted out of the above. It appears that on the day on which the assault was committed the other shearers were pre vented from going on with their work, and next day, on being requested to resume work, refused to do so, unless guaranteed pay ment for lost time. This Mr. Jones refused to agree to, and had them all arrested, and brought to Narracoorte lock-up, charged with breach of contract. Mr. Scott held "that the demand of the men was perfectly reasonable, and awarded them compensation for the lost-day. Shearing is now pretty general, the weather for that purpose has been very favourable for the. past ten days. . The Postmaster-General has just issued an interesting report of his depa...

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VALIDITY OF APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

VALIDITY OY APPOINTMENTS. An unusual piece of legislation took, place on Tuesday week. Compared with the ordinary routine of Parliamentary business, it was wnat one of the speakers: in the Assembly called " sensation " law making. A Bill was introduced into the Lower House, passed through all its stages there: forwarded to the Legisla tive Council, where it also underwent the process of first, second,* and third read ing ; and was then assented to by His Excellency the Governor, who came down to the Houses for the purpose. Sub joined is a copy of the preamble and clause of the measure on account of which these unusual proceedings were taken: " Whereas doubts exist as to the va lidity of certain appointments and dis missals of officers in the service of the Crown in the province of South Aus tralia, be it - therefore enacted by the Governor-in-Chief of the province of South Australia, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly of the said province, i...

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NEW ZEALAND GOLD DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

NEW ZEALAND GOLD DIGGINGS. "We are told that the history of; the last few days is similar to that with, which many of the early residents of Victoria are acquainted. It is one of intense, ir repressible, increasing excitement, such as only the gorgeous visions that the gold-digger loves to indulge in could create or maintain. Men who are in the least degree unfitted to bear the hard ships. of tlie road, and who are unac quainted with mining, and unequal to * its arduous labour, are throwing up good sit(i|tions, and rushing off with scarcely ^fche pretence of preparation. The boats j that leave Dunedin for, "Waikouati-the favoiiriteroute-are crammed to the . water's edge,] and such, we understand, is the eagerness of the passengers, that, although, they arrive at the3 township ...^?^^lateim the day, they at oncfe pro ceed several. miles upon tlieif route. Landing at Waikouaiti is by no means an easy or pleasant operation. Toil have to 8upposevthe,crpwded steamer arrived^ at the roads...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

GENERAL NEWS. The last of the old, and first of the New. The first reading of the Appropriation Bill took place on Thursday after a discussion, in which the M inistry stated that they were of opinion that the new Parliamesit should be called together not later than the 1st of March next. NEW ZFALAND.-It is now affirmed that it docs not seem probable that anything like permanent gold-fields have been discovered in New Zealand, COAL IN THK NFAV COUNTRY.-It is stated that the Rev. W. B. Clarke, the eminent geo logist, has examined specimens brought by Mr Mc Kin lay, and gives it as his opinion that coal deposits exists to the norih-west of Rock hainpton. BANKING DEFALCATIONS. - Barron, the Accountant of the Bank of New South Wales was arrested on a charge of embezzlement. A deficiency or'L'200 has been already discovered. Oliver, the Bank manager, has been sentenced to three years' imprisonment. BLACK. Kit AND BLACKKP. S The hon. mem ber for. Yatala, in his speech on Wednesday, remarke...

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VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

VICTORIA -The Full Court have reversed Judge Chap man's decision, and refused Perry's certificate. The Norwester has sailed for Otngo with 420 passengers. Messrs. Fraser & Cohen sold a cargo of sugar at a decline of from 30s. to 35s. per ten. The Provident Institute schedule has been filed, and shows a deficiency of £31,000. Rlr. Courtney has been appointed assignee. The Northam had on board 44,000 ounces of gold. The Exploration Committee received Mc Kinlay with hearty cheers. A meeting is to l^e held on Vonday to hear the details from him, on which occasion tha Governor is expec ted to be present. The Northam, R.M.S., ta' es 14 passengers, amongst whom is Mr. Franklyn, of the Mel bourne Herald. She has on board 45,000 ozs. of gold and £30,000 in specie. Bank, Pepper and Thomas Hall, mates of the American snip Herbert, have bten arrested for the murder of a boy on the voyage from Man ila. The American Consul has directed bail to be taken. The Irish Relief Fund remits £2,250...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

Ladles' ieminai'y, STURT STREET, MOUNT GAM BIER. MH§. IimiGIY BKGS to inform the Parents of Young Ladies residing in the vicinage of Mount Gambier, that she is about to Of en a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, The duties of which will commence on Mondat, OCTOBER 20 rn, 1862. Terms : English, advanced Pupils, £4 per annum Elementary Pupils £4 " Boarders ,£40 " Music L4 " To ISniMlere. rPENDER'3 are invited for the ERECTION *- of a School House upon the Compton Downs, Plans and specifications may be seen on application to Mr. G. M. Xobes, until the 20th instant, Tfnders to be sent in on or before the 21st instant, at noon, to the undersigned, where any further information can be obtained. WILLIAM PALTRIDGE, 77-78 Compton Downs. NOTICE. A LL Cattle found Trespassing on Sections 456, 453, 454, 460, and 459, will after this date be impounded. J. R. MUNCIvTON, Hundred of Gambier, Oct. 9th, 1862. 77-9 IFoi* ®ale, A BOUT 2f miles from the Township of - * Mount Gambier, a Section of T.and. containin...

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PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. Thursday, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

PROCEEDINGS m PARLIAMENT. Thursday, Octo er 2. In the Legislative Council The Assessment on Stock Tribunal Bill was further considered in Committee, the re port was brought up and adopted, and a third reading in;;de an Order of the Day for the following Tuesday. The .Adelaide Waterworks Act Amendment Bill, the Waste Lands Sales Appropriation Bill, and the equitable Procedure Amendment Bill were received by messag.-s from the House of Assembly, and read a iirst time. The Thistle and Burr Bill was carried through ('uminittee, and the third reading was fixed tor the following Tuesday, to which day the Council was adjourned. In the Ilouse of Assembly Mr. Ilart moved for certain papers, and en tered into in explanation relative to the part taken by him in connection with the Great Northern Mining- Company's leases. A se lect Committee was appointed to report 011 the subject. The Assessment on Stock Act Amendment Bill was read a first time. The M urray Railway Bill was read a first time. ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNCLAIMED LETTERS, Post Office, Mount Gambier, October 9th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

UNCLAIMED LETTERS, Office, Mount Gambier, October 9th, 1862. Anderson, D. Brown, John Breuss, H. Brendt, Mr. Campbell, A. Elliott, Geo. Gebhardt, Mr. Hardy, Win. Havilar, S. Hogan, M. Hegard, Mr Hill, Mr Jenzen, Mr Leahy, D. Lambert, Robt. Lynch, Mr Martin, Thos., M.D McKellar, Thos. Maas, R. Mainard, ¥m. May, Lewis MeMorran, Alex. Mcintosh, John Nicholls, Mr. O'Leary, Daniel Picken, Mr. Pullenger, Mr Power, John Potter, D. (regis tered letter) Smith, S. Sutherland, Alex. Short, James Spain, Johli . Seymour, W. Tiudor, Richd. Tanzey, Mrs Wallis, Joseph The following are Gazetted as lying at the General Post Office, Adelaide, on Sept. 30, 1862,. Abbott, Danl., Blagdon, Mount Gambier. Anderson & "Watson, Messrs., do Brierley, Thomas do Glen, Alexander do Gotthelf, Moritz do Jones, Jessy do Long, Mrs, care of Mrs Gor3t (Grist P) Bush Inn, Mount Burr Parnell, Win., Lake Bonney Quin, John, B-, care of F. Hines, New Harper Station, Mosquito Plains Ross, Alex., Mount Gambier Vaugha...

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PENOLA. October 8th, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

PENOLA. October 8th, 1862. ("From our own correspondent.) The weather is at last beginning to have a more settled appearance, and the sun is evidently getting more power, as may be keen by the forward condition of the ve getable gardens* Shearing is all the talk now: they commenced last week at Mr. Biddock's new woolshed, and this week at Com mom. iTrom the healthy state of the flocks in this district (by the last report of the Inspector) we may look for a good fleece. An accident which might have been at tended with serious - results took place last Sunday near the Inverness Inn. Mr. McArthur, of the Limestone Kidge, was driving home from Chapel, when the horses bolted and threw out himself and two ladies who were with him, happily without any serious injury. There seems to be some disease pre valent just now; a horse belonging to Mr. Cawker died on the road on Sunday last, almost momentarily, and I heard of another last night in the same condition belonging to Mr. Campbell. There ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

THE JURY LIST.-Notices were placed on the Church doors, &c., last week, an nouncing the making up of the Jury List for the Hundreds of Mount Gam bier, Blanche, Hirnl marsh, and Macdounell Bay; and stating that all objections are to be made at the Local Court, Adelaide, on or before the 5th of November next. Our readers will recollect that the session of the Supreme Court is to commence on the 23rd of October next, before His Honor Benjamin Boothby, Esquire, se cond Judge of the Supreme Court: and will take cognizance of all cases of felony or misdemeanour, for which/persons have beencommitted by the Bench at Mount Grambier or Eobe Town. All constables and all bailiffs, and all jurors summoned, are required to atteud, as also,- all persons bound by recognizances to prosecute or give evidence, or who may be subpoened on the part of the Crown. BLACK HONESTY.-A lubra brought to the Police at Mount Grambier, a pow der flask, a pair of boots, and a box of caps which she had found ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

rgVlIE BORDER WATCII is published * every Friday- morning at Ten o'clock. SUBSCRITION" : For the quarter, in advance £ 0 6 ® ' Do. if booked ... 0 .7 G Terms of advertising .* First Eight Lines, or inch of space... 0 3 0 Each additional inch ... "01 Advertisements under 8 lines ... 0 3 0 Discount on advertisements ordered for th'ee months. 25 percmnt. Ditto for six months 50 per eent. Shipping advertisements, each ... 0 4 0 Advertisements for Business Direc tory, per annum ... 1 0 0 It is requested that adve tisements, to securc their insertion, he sent in as early as possible and at the latest not later than five o'clock on Thursday evening. Orders for the alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements must. be in writing and sent in not later than two o'clock on the Monday preceeding the day of publication. Advertisements must be accompanied by spe cific instructions as to the number qf insertions^ ; otherwise we cannot be accountable for their re mainng in longer than the time inten...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT GAMBIER INSTITUTE. (To THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, MOUNT GAMT3IEE INSTITUTE. (To TELE Editor.] Sir,-Comparing the extent of our population-the capacity of the room used for the purposes of the Institute with the attendance at the various Lec tures, it must be confessed that the pros pects of success are rather discouraging. It would indeed be a matter of regret j diould interest fail and apathy arise where energy is so necessary. With respect to chose gentlemen who have hitherto taken .-m active part in the matter, there is little to fear that they are " Good men and true," who will support the undertaking .annot be doubted, feeling as they do the benefits our township would thereby derive; but it is to be feared that the dass of population to whom it was hoped . he Institute would be most useful, do not appreciate it. Those who have in their homes a well selected library, do not really need a public one. Those who are already edu cated, and who have at their command every facility for improvement, and leisu...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

GENERAL NEWS, THE GEELONG AND WESTERN DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.-The annual shows of fhij society took place on Thursday, September 18. The Geelong Advertiser says: "We regret to have to pronounce it not onlynoimprovementuponthat oflast year, but decidedly inferior to it in every depart ment but two-the agricultural imple ments and the dairy produce." The cattle shown were very limited in number. THE DISTRESS IN LANCX\.SIIIRE.-It is difficult to understand upon what ground the House of Commons have carried a vote adverse to the " Government Relief Bill." The late telegram by way of: Suez, states that the Ministry have been defeat ed on this measure. But whether the object of the House is to provide relief in some otj^er way than that proposed in the Government Bill, or whether the terrible distress which prevails in Lancashire is not considered a subject which demands special legislation,* is left in doubt. AVe can hardly believe that the latter explana tion is...

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

THE GENERAL ELECTION. We announced last week (having received the intelligence by Electric Telegraph) that there was to be a dissolution of Parliament forthwith. ' Ministers had decided on this course, in consequence of what may be termed a defeat on the " Xo Confidence" motion : for the casting votj of the Speaker merely saved the Government from being in an absolute minority. We are now informed by the " 01 server," that the misunder standing between the Ministry; and theX)pposition is for the present arranged. A truce has been declared. The contending par f'es have agreed to a mutual cessation from ostilities in order that the business of the ses sion may be disposed of, after which th re is to 1 be an immediate appeal to the country . The Government, as was anticipate:!, announced on Wednesday to the Legislature that they had resolved to proceed with the measures before the Parliament, with a view to recommending a dissolution immediately after the close of the session. The Atto...

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LOCAL COURT. October 2nd. Before G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

LOCAL COURT. October 2nd. Before Gr. B. Scott, Esq., 8.M. ! * Thomas Jones was charged with being dfoftk anil incapable. Fined 5s. ;George "Williams was charged with fe - Iqniously stealing a silver watch of the .value of £2 10s. from the Royal Oak Hotel. The evidence (which I have given below) was very conclusive, jud tme prisoner was committed to take his trial before the Full Court on Friday, Octobei* 7th» October 7th, 1862. Before. G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M.. and J, Riddoch, Esq., J.P. C'rown Lands Ranger v. George Ball: The defendant was charged with cutting timber oti Crown Lands on the 7th and 8th of August without a license. This was substantiated by the evidence of P. T. Jones, and the defendant was fined £2 and costs £1, to be paid in a week, or one month's imprisonment. Baynton v. Noble: This was an action for £15 lis. for medical advice and at tendance. The defendant pleaded not indebted, inasmuch as he had assigned the whole of his property to trustees, for the benefit of ...

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