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

LATEST AMERICAN NEWS. Via California there is news from New York, but there is nothing very impor tant. Maj or- General M' Cabe, Brigadiers Reynolds, Rankin, and Summer, and Colonels Stockton and Briton, are said to be among the prisoners at Richmond. A Richmond despatch thinks the fighting over for the present,,and that the Con federates will (not ?) press present ad vantages. The President, on the 14th July, sent down a bill for compensation to stgtes abolishing slavery. Representatives offhe Border States have designated this measure as not practicable or sufficiently specific, and suggest direct offers to indi viduals. It is said an order will be issued reducing the term of enlistment of the 300,000 volunteers from three years to one year", in the belief that the Confeder ates will be crushed in that time. Gun boats, on the plan of the Merrimac, but smaller, were being built at Richmond. Difficulty in finding iron. It is said that amnesties are to be offered to rebels in the Bor...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL [BY ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.] (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, 8th October, 1862. FURTHER SUCCESS OF THE SOUTHERNITES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

ARRIVAL OF ?ft THE MraiilSJH Mj&lIJL [Br ELECTRIC TELEGBAPH.] (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, 8th October, 1862. FURTHER SUCCESS OF THE S OUTHERNITES. Further success has- attended the Southern ites. Confiscation Act has been signed by the Federal President. - 300,000 men called out, and 300,000 more ordered to be drafted into Federal militia. Opposition to levy. Border States refuse abolition. Another victory has bean achieved by General Jackson. Explosion of Confederate Earn Ark ansas. The British Parliament has been prorogued. Distress in Lancashire increasing. G-aribaldian rising sickly. A procla mation has been issued against Garibaldi, who is up in arm3 against Victor Emanuel. Garibaldi defeated and wounded at 'Cala bria. He and his followers will be tried by the Senate. There is a deficiency in the British harvest. Gigantic forgeries confessed by Roupell, late me:nber of Parliament. Report affirms Prince Alfred's visit prematura. Rev. Charles Priest elected We...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

SHIPPING- IEWSJ 1 MACDOOTELL BAY. ABBIVED. . Jet, schooner. from Melbourne, SAILED. Nil.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

JPor Sale* Those Well-lmown Premises, the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, Standing on dne acre of Ground in the most central portion of the Large and Thriving Township of W JEJ H" -®Xi- A, . ving Three Frontages to the Principal Streets and Market Square, containing Large Coffee Boom, Spacious Bar, Public and Private Palours Commodious Bedooms, astd SIX-STALL STABLES, the whole Let . on Lease to the. present .Occupier for Five years, at a Rental of The greater part \of the Premises are quite new, and will he completed in a tew weeks, the whole forming one of the MOST COMPLETE HOTELS * IN THE SOUTF- EASTERN SMST8I0T. For particulars and terms apply to MESSRS. THOMSON & Co., PEIsOLA Or, MSSSRS. "T. & J. Finn, PORTLAND, and MR. SCARBOROUGH, ftaddler, Rumlle street. ADELAIDE. $0 ®ewssi'«i. OTRAYED from tncar' Penola, about three l^-> months ago, a dark bay Horse, with a .harrow white stripe down the face; very little 'iWBSK'Sijiflded (J) or J,' in circle, off shoulder: ' and a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

MOUNT GAMB1ER MARKETS. The following arc the latest quotations at our mills; Mount Gambier Mill, Thursday evening Oct. 9.-Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per bushel; Potatoes, £.3 per ton. Victoria cteam Mills, Thursday evening Ckjt. 9.-Flour, £1*2 10s per ton; Pollard, 49do.; Bran, £4 do.: Barley, 5s 6d pe bushel; Oats, none; Crushing, 6d per bushel.

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. . Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. The following is a return of Exports and Imports from MacDonneli Bay for the quarter ending 25th September, 1862 : JBOODS IMPORTED AND CLEANED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. Duty paid-Imports from Victoria. Wine, 10 galls., £5 0 0 ... Duty, <£1 0 0 Free Goods. Appard and Slops, 2;trunks ... £50 0; 0 jBags and sacks, numb. 500 ... 27* 0 0 Cement,-11 casks ... 15 0 0 Cutlery aSid hardware, 10 pkgs 4 cases ? . ... ... 35 0 0 Drapery, 12 cases 3 pkgs 1 bundle 512 0 0 Drugs, 1 cask ... ... 1 10 0 Furniture, 4 cases ... 6 0 0 Glass, 5 boxes ... ... 12 10 0 Gunpowder, 3 cwt 1 qr 24 lbs. ... 23 5 0 Groceries and Oilmen's Stores, 4 cases ... ...300 Iron, viz., Bar and Rod,. 3 cwt 2 qrs, 0 lbs ... ... 4 10 0 " Galyd. sheet, 2 tons 5 cwt 75 0 0 " Ovens, 2 cwt, ... ... 6 0 0 " Manfrs., unenmerated, 3 cwt., 1 qr and 1 pkg ... 8 15 0 Implements and tools, 1 case ... 4 0 0 Lead, viz., sheet arid shot, 4 cwt ... 4 10 0 Lime, lemon j...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

BIRTH —At Frontier House on the 3rd of October, Mrs. E. J. Leake of a son.  

Publication Title: Border Watch
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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1862. HORSE RAILWAY BETWEEN MOUNT GAMBIER AND PORT MACDONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 10 October 1862

Published every Friday morning. ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 186?. HOKSE RAILWAY BETWEEN MOUNT GAMBIER AND PORT MACDONNELJi. We have, from time to time, advocated the importance and the necessity of a Tramway or Railway .-between Mount Gambier and MacDonnell Bay. It is gratifying to know that our efforts have not been in vain. The following tele gram, which we received on Wednesday evening from Mr. Hawker, shows that the House of Assembly lias at last conceded what the district so urgently requires; and though some delay must necessarily take place before the work can be com menced, still we have good reason for hoping that the Government and the Assembly will not now break faith with us-"keeping," as Macbeth said of the witches, " the word of promise to the ear. but breaking it to the hope." The fol lowing is the telegram: " Moved to-day (Wednesday) by Dr. Browne and carried unanimously-That, in the opinion of this House it is desirable to construct a Horse Railway instead of macadamized ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

For Sale, ABOUT ty man torn tfca Tmaririp of Moont Ctanlfer, . Setffla of Land, containing 60 tm^intli 64 tewrfl^wt sokTwith or vithMI Ai erap; tk Ini fat >11 fenced, sod Erected themi * anfartratnl Bam, 40 x SO, aod4 Hats,» VVdl nd Stock Yard: aha, atone ready nd fx traMng a atone hoeae. For farther parttcizlan apply to 77-80 P. tf* LLTV few* Gambfer. EJECTION 909-Unporodcd at the public FbtudtSectkm Sw, Mooat Gatabser,oae red steer, bald fbee, 7 off ramp, like II off thigh, off car muted. Jon BaHHcrr, Ftotiadkeeper. rpHE BOEDEE WATCH k (ttbiiaM A ereryPrkby mean* «t Tea o'clock. suBscarnoN.. ArAtfartkr, iiflAnrt £06 Do. (fWM ...0 76 ? 7W«a»«f ariMM* .* " JfevUftfeAtZaw. fr.iMft 0 1 o JBmA weft I Atertfc'wwimft nfi* Sfipai ... 6 . 0 jlbfttiMMatb. S3 jnre*«l. UiBb/r lifWRtti 66 f*r«nt J^^dbaftfww%«at - 0 4 o dAMftamli ... - tempermamm, . .-.. I . . Slat dtefeM .art Mn *6* M Vftfcli ^Mst Onfttev Ckkfff

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A STORY OF UNREQUITED LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

A tTORT Of tma*QU«M> U)TIl ' v' ;//» n' ? '. ..... ? r ; f + %» - . . k . ; ; f:ii J«i/, Csrn^rn;0mA . taMabt Mtat Mr. JLmJBmb ' *4'' Wife*' fit' 0WBBW8^ P9 #"w vv CinMaciaMUA^^iVH^k' ^ald ti&AL ttt tta iteil$t «fi t*Her Aom (k» met find ibid htf fat tt fwy watcrytag. atdby a yotmg AMI to «ta» A* tctftft attach#* tevfag d^HwIf M*ta *a «f AMVVtfAMttHfe Jh IXMvlOT . VwWvlpWBIi DBv (txs hMkMt^ ll lir moll knifo, wf& which At tar throat. TtafaaHb M tokos tva? btf, nlAi then retired to . piiliiim ^UMP . jftmHBBBrw attempt HAfddt given fatoe tftody. < Al priaooer attempted tt string cf her toon*. Max RAWfc, c Qg« am ttOor, firing at !t» MJIgflM^tmi. CoaiskercSal*niad, said: Tta piMtr baa «m1udferflM(«»asblk 0ta taatrid aw die loved m trnely*sA fee* ^ % b»t do aot irant tar to Mm "Mir al» feld <ta young wocmb Qrae ttal d* lotmf ttt. Oi Sunday Jta priacoer arid lintAt wooUddrowa henktfia the voter, ani l ttfcd, M G«i aad do ?o; drown yourself fiat* Y...

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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 18[?]. THE DISTRESS IN LANCASHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

PuMitk 4 9ts*rp Friday morning. I'RflMY, OCTOBER 17, IS6?. TIl^K DISTRESS IX 1«ANOAHIIIRK. IT is evidont that the fearful destitution in the manufacturing districts of England has not yet reached its crisis, ami that an appalling amount of suffering awaits the unemployed, Unless relief be afforded on a gigantic scale. Australia in nobly doing its share in contributing to that relief, but we must. remember that the Mima being sent home from our chief town^ are but as drops in the buekct, tuiu will feed the famishing thousands only for a few day*. The truth in, however, that the scarcity of money in Australia, even in its great centres of wealth and commerce, prevents the colonists from doing what they would towards relieving tbeir suffer ing countrymen ; and some other mode of evincing their sympathy and good-will might be employed. If there is little money there'is plenty of wheat; and many who have no silver or gold to give to their necessitous brethren would gladly give of the pro...

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MR. PRICE'S FARM, HINDMARSH ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

MB. I'BlCEjS FABM, HINDMABSH ISLAND. Mr. Price's (arm consists of 1,100 acres, ail fenced and subdivided. On this be .% grows aanua?ly about 100 acres of wheat, and keeps close on 1,000 sheep, aud by no means ftmall sheep,either; and I would advise any one who believes that the Merino is a hardier animal or will live on less food than a Down sheep, to pa/ a visit to Mr. Price's place, and see witL bis own eyes the sheep and the land the/ are kept on belore he quite makes up his mind that he is correct in bis judgment. The soil of the farm-the portion which has been ploughed-is a dark or brown sand rest ing on limestone. It is so little tenacious as to drift with the wind round forests or any obstruction almost as badly as et Albert on. A stranger visiting the locality would pronounce it too light to grovr wheat or any great amount of feed, but such is not the case iu reality. When Mr. Price first settled on llindmareh Island with the idea of farming on it, he was told thai he would ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. HOW THE VICTORIAN LAND ACT WORKS! (To the Editor of the Border Watch,) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

HOW TUB yrcrofcUtt land ACT WOHKSf "? ?» ? (To thc Kdltor of the Border Watch,) ST.-In hcronJaac* with . pmmiK mjdt v<>»i finer, tb*t I would write and let voo knew ROW wc are gefttj«g on et thia afafift o" the Border, and how things or* ttrojf faring in thia o(ir good colony of Victori v, I must infirm you that the colon}, iimtcad of advancing in pros perity as might bare twin expcctcd (luring the paaalna of the Utft tatad Aet thmgh flwit menW deoideaW m«<l3 ft rc?rcgr®^nwv« mcnt-a movement Which. If t#0t wwfe rtfti** died, will he the am* of the most frrrjmrable ctmaeqwftwt to th« colony, Th® Wprtttofc never bcfi&s hed mtcH facility of appropriat ing the landt a* they have under thia Act, though by the wording of the Act It would seem that! no petaon could eeloet more than 640 acre* within one year. In many cases there have been 40 000, (50,000, and In one e«M 100,000 acres selected for the use and benefit of one pcwn-lt is a moat rfunifftil eoitfl...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

GENERAL NEWS. THE Ti:LEOfurn AS A DKTECTIVE. -our readers are aware that an excel lent plan for the better detection and prevention of crime in Ireland has very recently been laid before the Irish exe cutive. It is proposed to connect the police barracks of Irrland by telegraph wirrn, thereby enabling the constabu lary to encircle any district where a crime i* committed the moment information readier them. The author of the scheme in an Irish gentleman of ability and en terprise. lie takes a small county coai- i pared with many others-the county of l,«Ltb-as his basis. It has five police >tatima. viz.Dundalk, Ardee, Louth. Dunlrer, and Carlingford, where nub iuNju-rtord are stationed: the total dis . tnnce being 48 miles. To connect this apace'ty telegraph would cost, including Mire. pnJeJi, batteries.&c., about £10 per: mile, ao that the entire county could be , protected by electric telegraph at a cost j of about £180. ! Tar. L.V*DS TITLES OfncE.-We undtr*tand that the ...

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REPRESENTATION OF THE SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

REPRE8EXTATI ON OFTHKSOUTH EASTERN" DISTRICT Dutia the past week . requmtiott to the Attorney-General hu been sijtied and trans mitted to the Right Honorable «nd learned gentleman, and we hcKere that be ia quite disposed to stand for this District, in con junction with Mr. Ilawker. It will no doubt be a twy important matter for the District to secure, as ;it» fepwaentatlres; two such able and inflttetitt*!; »ea «i The Spc-.kcr r.ni the Attorney-General; but wc fftalieve that their election mil not be wholly unopposed ani quite unanimous, as we lwe been informed that an effort ia to be made to bringfbrward a local candidate, fn the event, however, ot this desirable movement not being sneecnful. wc have no ol jection on personal gvtranda, to the A ttarney-General as a^tollea^oe to the Speaker. Their conjoined inflacnce in the new Parliament would, if fthej are elected, give ns an adequate representation-a matter of peculiar Importance at th« present time. <

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

"Is fhtsclcah butterPtnqoi cd agroccry kecperiYsmagreen one irom the country * *!? Onefii it ort to be,rw*« the reply, 44 for it took the.oidworatn atfd t oys ever since Fri u»y, to pick the hairt otit of it/~ American paper. ? MOUNT GA^imEH . Cricket Clwl».v AM EETING of the racmlteri of the Club will I« held This Evening (Friday) at Long's Hotel, at Eight o'clock. - All Cricketers arc rcsjiectfully invited to attend. V OTICE-Any person Trespassing on the ??A Glenelg Run without giving notice, will be dealt with according to law. 78cm MICH. LEAHY. Chttllenffe. THEREBY accept the Challenge of Mr. John's to Shoe or Cure a Horse for any <>um from £10 to £50. HUGH CARLIN, Blacksmith and Farrier GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. THE REV. JAMES DON will deliver a ? LECTURE at the above Church, on Sunday Evening next, at half-pastSix o'clock, Subject-" The Conversion of Luther.** All Friends are respectfhlly requested to attend. . A Collection will be made at the Door. For the Trustee...

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PORT MACDONNELL. (From our own Correspondent.) October 14th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

PORT MACDONNELL. (From our own Correspondent) October 14th, 1862. Our township for the la*t few days, has exhibited a more lively appearance than it has done for tome wreks back, owing I suppose to the re-commencement of work on tbe Government road between here and The Mount, Which we are glad to see, and alio to the arrival and depar ture of the schooner " Jet." She appears to be quite improved in appearance since her overhauling. The Government schooner a Yatala" arrived in Port last week. 8he brings with he* all thfe tackling neocosary for two more seta of mooring*, ani intends overhauling thoae already in use, and making them as efficient as possible. ?» w A report fits been circulated that we are likely to haroa steamer laid on be-, tween this Fort and Melbourne. WhNj ther or not there Is a&y truth In there-! port, I believe a steamer to Melbourne 1 would pat the owner* well, and it would give additional impetus to tho trade of this place. - . .

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

GENERAL NEWS. t-iRRT Case vnokb TUB LASD ACT.--A case of some importance, and the first of the kind under the new Land Act, will bo Inquired into on Friday morning, at Wrigleyli Commer cial Hotel, Talbot, before the sneriff and a special jury of four. At the drawing for al lotment* in i he Kvansford area, which took place a few days since, in Maryborough, one Cunningham was declared the mccewftil ap plicant tt»r the moat valuable allotment in the arcn. The next highest on the list waa a perron nnmcd M'Kcaii, residing at Carwbrook, who now seeks to deprive Cunningham of the allotment, on the ground tliat he is under age. Niveau has engaged Mr. Hoskina to support his case ; whether Cunningham will have the benefit of jrofessiomil assistance is not a* yet stated. The case in .of considerable importance to tluveontending p$rti».s, as may be inferred from the fact of (Cunningham having been offered XI000 for his bargain almost immedia . tely after the drawing had taken place and he had b...

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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

1W ® W®. MACDONNBLL BAT. iuivm. m lilLMk Detotar 12.-.let, schooner, 70 ton*, I ivy nan, mMtcrv fur At elbouroe, with 10 |Nitwenger« iu the cabin. fjlllfl, Per Jet-1484 bu.dulf whent, 3 pkg«. bacon and hum*, 1 ho*. Must and Co.; 1720 tmqheis whmt, Fuller & Wclibj 1 bo* apparel, 1 Inix drapery, K. French. The "Kangaroo" and the *.«. u Ant" ni\ expected to arrive from Adelaide. i TUB YATAI.A.-The (Jovernment schooner M Yntala" in now in Port M acDoniU'll, engaged in laving down new moorings, consisting of nbont 70 tons of anchors and chains, and over hauling old one*. Stkambr nnrwsKN POST MACDonsrll AXD M rlboursk.-It is rumoured that the Lady IhrJ will l« laid on the l>erth next Reason to run between Port MacPotmell and Melbourne, taking the outsorts lietwecn en route. . "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

C. J» VALENTINE, Stock, ft Commusion A<;knt, KNOLAAND MOSQUITO PLAINS C. ?*. .Hougrhty, :UT10NK£R ft COMMISSION AGENT esoenT_eAM8!:em. Loons Negotiated on Freehold Security. r ? ' ' ; \VQBJIAIdB. Uxmt (Siree qtt&rter* of an acre of Land at kenusf, fenced securely vtitb Falhig, Four /raea Btane Cottage, with nil necessary buildings, well &c^ thereon. Apply to C. G. DOUGHTY, Hand (Hid Cotnmianon Agent, Auctioneer. Mount Gfembier. o JLet on ILease, OR a tern of yearn, in the immediate neighbourhood of >lacDoiinell liav, 71) « of Land,fenced in, with a stone bouse ?well, ^hereon* 'or particulars &c, apply to a G. DOUGHTY. OK Sale-From 4 to 600 head of Store Cattle, few under 3years jax>ver .5 v^nr-, .rv superior will-bred" lot. 50 8-tooth rams. C. (J. POUOIITY. OH Sale-3.50.. \Vtrailers. 4*00 6 and 8 tooth Wethers i Deliveiy fiOO 4 tyid $yrs. old Ktves f after* .300 4 aqd ft tooth Wethers f Shearing. JOO maiden.Ejves . ) f.. (!/ DOl'CillTY. * UN ...

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