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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. At Adelaide flour is easier, \ ut the market is quiet. The Melbourne markets ore also reported as quiet: but speculations in tea ore taking place owing to the advancc in China. At Portland the quotations arc-Flour, Lr5 per ton, or LI 12s per bag ; Adelaide, do, (best brands) L16 per ton, or Ll 14s pe- bag, ca*»h. Warrnambool quotations are-Fine flour, Ll3, seconds LlO l'»a; I ran, la 3d ; pnllard, Is 6d; wheat, 4s 3d to 4s 9d; English barley* 4s6dto5s6d. Ketail markets-beefi 3d to 5d per lb; mutton, 4d to 5d; veal, 5d to 6d : pork, 7d; potatoes, 4s to 4.1 (kl per cwt: bread, 7d the 4lb leaf; milk, 4J per qua t; eggs, Ud per doz;n; butter, la per lb. Pota toes are worth from L4 10s to L4 15s per ton The current rates In Mcll>ourhc arc-Fine flottr, L14; bran, Is 4d; wheat, A* lOd to , . 6s 2d. Retail markets-Beef, 4d to 6d per lb ; mutton, 3d to5d; veal, 7d to 9d; pork, 8d to 9d; I utter,. Is 3.1 to 1 s 6dp«]b; eggs, Is 3d per dozen. Hay lWrlt...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNCLAIMED LETTERS, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

UNCLAIMEl) LIJTTKKS, Lying- at the Post ORicc, Port MacDonnell. I'h.ilmers,. Win. Smith, I!. Itclicock, T*aiah Spain. John Mclnnw,' ltiMlcrick \\ hifc. \\\ \\\ .

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DARING ATTEMPT TO ROB THE COMMERCIAL BANK AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

DA III NO' ATTEMPT TO ROB THE COMMERCIAL BANK AT FOBBES. The "Tfachlan Observer" of the 27th September nays:-Shortly aftet eleven o'clock on Tuesday night, a meat daring Attempt was made to rob the Commercial Hank. Kanken-fitreet. The following particulars, gleaned from one of the oili cers of the institution, may be relied upon as being correct. To thosef. unacquainted with the premises, it may be necessary to Htate that immediately at the back of the principal banking room there is another room, until lately lined by Mr. Gullen, lata landlord of the llnrp of Erin Hotel, at* a parlor, but more recently converted into an additional hanking room for. the transaction of the largely increasing bu siness of the institution. This* apartment is connected with the bar of the hotel by a slight wooden door fastened on the inside by bolt*. At the back of this room are situated two sleeping apartments, with two separate -entrances, and having each a window looking into the yard at the rear of ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

ENGLISH 'COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. In London the commercial advice* state that.Money is abundant/ Joint Stock Bank discount, nt call, 1 per cent. Bank of England rate, 2 per cent. Con sols, JMj to Australian securities are firm, but no provision fcas been made for the payment of interest here on the shares in the St. Kilda and Brighton Railway. WOOL.--The August wool sales com menced Trith the closing rate* of the last month, and a Might- advance of prices en sued. Veify few continental buyers were present. Arrivals of wool to date, 106,000 bales. LONDON Corn MAHKRT.-The corn market is healthy. Barley haa advanced is. per bushel, and oats 6(1. The cotton market in Liverpool is in a state of excitement, and prices are ad vancing daily. LONDON Monet MARKET:--Tn "'Lon don a Queensland prospectus has obtained notoriety through somo discreditable jobbery on the part of the promoters. The-English. Scottish and Au*tralian Chartered bank has dec lared a dividend of 8 per cent. The preceding ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

AMERICA A re-action is going on in the once United States, and the Confederates have been successful in the most of their en counters with the Federalists. A battle had been fought near Bappi dan-both sides claimed the victory. The bombardment of Vieksburg has been abandoned. . General HaUeck has been appointed! Commander-in-Chief of the Federal army. | General Williams has been killed, and General Phillips has resigned. A battle has taken place in Virginia, between General Jackson's ®nd General Pope's forces. The Confederates obtained the advantage. The army of General M'Clrllan is suf fering greatly from sickness. The soldiers are dying by hundreds. M^Lellari has succeedly evacuated Harrison's Landing, and has .effected ft junction with General Pope, who. rein forced by General Burnside, retired from Itoppidnn, and now occupies the north bank of Rappahannock. The Confederates occupy the south l*«nk with batteries extending fifteen miles. The Confederates einWvoui-otl to cros; the ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

ITALY. \ \ The intelligence from Italy is of * din* counting character. It aeema that <9ari« baldi had intended to leave Catanw on the east coast of Sicily, and cross to Cal abria at night. Sicily is under martial law, and the coast is blockaded. He an* tioipated wresting Home from the French. Volunteers and vessels swarm to Sicily, liater intelligence stated that from Sicily Garibaldi, with 6000 volunteers, entered Catania, whence on the 24th he embarked tfor Calabria, mis object being the evacu at ion of Kotiip. The French army of oc cupation ha* wen reinforced, and Sicily proclaimed i« a state of siege. Garibaldi is in rebellion against the State. Thti; troops which have entered Catania har bour are watched by French and Italian cruisers. . Subsequently we are told that Oaribaldi has been defeated in Calabria. He received a wound/ and with his fol lowers wil! be tried by the Senate. The Princcss of Prussia was confined of a son on the 14th August.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EAST INDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

EAST INDIES, The intelligence (Vom the East Indie* fa not at all T<Mimuritig. That va*t empiro, with ita myriad population, in only Wld by Britam under coercion, and oy the fear of her military power. Wo are told that the^ intelligence from Central India is unsatisfactory, But the once forinida* hie Dost Mahomed, after considerable aucceaaea, has sustained reverses. . j At Burmnh affair* are unfavourable*! There was a rumour of a revolution on j the part of the heir apparent, supported | by n foreign party. | The rebel insurgent Rub was executed j on the 2Ut August. It cannot he doubted that Britain holds j India by n tenure almost as insecure to j that by which Russia holds her serfs; and 'nothing''"but'honest, vigorous, and .impar tial administration can secure an empire, which wns originally obtained by con quest and injustice, the denunciation of which tasked the great geuius of Burke.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

CHTNA There in a very great movement going on in China, of winch we have only occi> sionol and scattered intimation*. From Shanghai, under date of the lSlth of An ptist, we arc told that the rebelt are Again on the move, obstructing the carriage of ?.ilk. . - . (ilenenl Ward * haa -captured three cities," '.. There «u a fierce engagement on the 2nd August, ending ja the capture of Va Ysou, thus clearing a large portion of the banks of the canal. ."/i A treaty has been signed bj the Bel gian consul and the Imperial Minister. In Japan matters are quieter, but an outbreak in the anti-foreign, party wes imminent. The Governor of Jed Jo was doing his utmost to pretterve peace. f The--British Legation lias been aug- i mentod. !

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

MOUNT OAMBIKR WA1CKKTH. The fbJIowin^ are the latent qriatationii At our null* ; Mount OiraHcr Mill, Thuwdijr evening Oct. I<J.-ROUT, Adelaide Price; l'ollanl £5 wt ton; Hran, £5 do, ; Wheat, 4x per himtn 1; Potstoea, tH per ton. * Victoria * iHmMill*. Thursday evening Oct. 16.-Floor, /liflQrper ton ; I'nllan' £3 da; Iinm, £4 do.: Barley, !im 64 |»e Utthd; Oat*, nen*; Cnuhing foi |*r Uubti.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL LIFE IN GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

SOCIAL tirir nr T»« AT 1 .. J : Social life S& defect J the fttae joaefttaf MMili. ally. gaatsag, in> 1m gkurf orwby Mfto I* t&utioM, tx&itag pablie WMjingi, <v pwKwwb bo erodiag ifcirpmt tad ptttftA lad} it coafroati imbA«Im at a* ia tmy wwegwpsf Hkl titranv (Kni Ioiim. f<&uhtnt#* mmQAt&4 the lta*Tutotf Cawpw few ©o* «?«a y«$ fc*. con» Wfc»y®d : "BngUadl-all Hijr Stilts, I lor® ; UM ttiUf1 BvHtscro jt ao of feoWh t>6» vt prtrt." JU fete of ®$?Bd .». ,*«n/ir «i<» thaogfc «, tionr'rf Engfah mtnim «eeM<mOr faronbe* to P*ri.i«W»|r;h«fc wwwpondento m toodo#, M,ut«e knowW^ fte B<M!ty of. th« furnished by the London pollm report*. Tahe.MMctMipfc. . (fori* mtUr «># " Wwklr Da* E^' fe'jf.fitot. It k litmlly, mJ? Sl/T-- ,B **"* *. "triJrof Mn'. Vytt, thg nnfortaBrt, mm, wfe, (hr mll of *l"ch *'" be ftmj w our Mk TO®y 7t 0»entfon» s horrible . Met »c conrtof »hitb will be fonnd tltemiert. T...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

1 TUB The City of Sidney, with the AuguU mails per Madras, arrived at Adelaide at noon on Tuesday.. TOe intelligence both from Europe and America, is of iu6re than naoal i«* portance. . Firftt and foremost, ia the fearful dis tress m Lancashire, which ta the subject of onr tesding attSctei*W« /ttvteAdim&H the distrwa & tfcnct&ire continuea, and is increasing aa winter aoproaehae. Ike Queen hin glren £2000 to the Befef Fund. Tbe nd 14,000 operative* araoat of earpiojuaat. TJie London belief Committee fens It* warded £20,Q00> the Yseow;«f^gyf* £1000, the Bengal Chamber of Oooaseree £4tOOO^th*l4ncuhiie and Yorkshire Railway £5000, besides the aubaoriptMm of the Queen aa the lhtctaeaa of I*bc»v shire, of £2,000. On the laft September, we ue tplltlbit the eseitwwni p JWaS: pool a&d CbtBcWe&r ia unabated. IPrtcea ate daifrCoring. 1 - v fff* Qwrt Kamluf U Balmoral, but ni »Ntte hwi far q»rtugy. 1 »-4M if i#Nl' ifcft^Bboat of Lot* posted ^ BiKtf Ac...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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EXPENSE OF SINKING WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

KXPESS3B OF HIXKINtt WEMA. The following tenders for boring and fluking* in connection with the search for coal ore republished, as it is considered t hat they may furnish some guide, as to prices, to persons who aro desirous of obtaining water, either by sinking wells i:> the usual way or by the Artesian prin ciple. The tenders wcro called for in connection with the Geological depart . meat, and form a very valuable series of trial bores and shafts, which Mr. Selwyn has undertaken through the coal measure* a.'tiinted between Oeelong. and Queen cliiVe, The dimensions of the shafts for the purpose of these experiment* are quite sufficient, but for deep wells it would be necessary to increase them to eight feet by four. Something additional would, therefore, require to be added to the prices stated. The dimensions of the bores, about six inches in diameter, would bo sufficient for the requirements of an Artesian well, and nothing therefore would have to be added to the price set fo...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HTS4UXB BSTWKBIf PoBT MAfftoSffBLl, aitd Mblboubwb.-We haw been in formed thnt a new steamer io to be laid on between Melbourne and Port Mac Don nell. A Port MacDonnoll correspond dent aayi Hint it is likely to be the " Lady Bird." We hop# that it is only the precursor of a regular steamer trade front the Port, for which the Tramway will afford ample facilities fur obtaining freight and passenger#. And once the trim war incompleted, the minor difficul* tira wilf be of comparative eaay removal, ami The Mount on*! the Bay will gradu ally bcoonie one township. BatiAt«r«f .^-la otiMuffereno* to fMfen. feurnie WesUyett Chsptdkst ww m erroriemislfr stated tlmi tbalanaon which the OMpt# in to bd «reeM wasgivcn by Bir. Ash well. Wo should have ssid Mr* Ashtoi), the owner of Ait adjacent section. Phtt* TxtBm.~»Tbere are occasional instances of petty and dis^racefol thefts in this neighbourhood. which it it to be hopefl will not bo repeated, «? tb# police have' thtfr eyes ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 17 October 1862

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

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

EJECTION 309-Impounded atthe-public*' ^ Found, Section 309, Mount Gambier, one;: red steer, bald, fece,7 off rump, like H off thigh, off earmarked. Jo un BENNETT, Poundkeeper. SPRINGS-Impounded by E. Brown colt, 5 off shoulder Leake, Esq., Brown filly, C off shoulder and rump Roan gelding, S near shoulder, off shoulder - ... 4 / CM Impounded byj. Wallis, Esq. t " Brindje und white.cow;. H offrump Yellow cow, CUnear rump ~ ' Brown and white steer, like £C near rump - ~ , : Strawl.erry cow, JMK near ribs " 1 _ J- .. JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. *s Springs, 16th Oct, 1862. , HP HE BORDER WATCH is published * i- every Friday - morning at Teno'clock. - SUB§CRmbjJ>~f/ \ For the quarter,* in advance;: "V -.£ 0 6 Do. ' ' if booked '* ' ':j\' 0 7 ff" . Terms of aWertising :' . * ^^ First EightLines. or inch of space... 0 3 0 Each additional inch ... . 0. 1 6 Advertisements under 8 lines > - ... . 0 3 0 Discount on advertisements ordered forth'ee months. 25 percent. ' Ditto for six months ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

COMMERCIAL AND NttKETS. Border. jjfrtich Ofjace, ThursdayEVenidg./, At Adelaide Wheat andMour»{*em4aily to 'decline, and there is a considerable reduction to note since last week's report." But very little business hes been transacted).; "A' few - : forced sales have been made bjp speculators tired of holding auy longer, but most* holders . are.unwilling to acept present lowrates, be lieving that prices can hardly be' much worse : even when the new crop is reddy for deli eveiy. ; . ' . * Fjx>or.-It is very difficult to give obtual I v prices. The fpllowing quotations must be » considered purely nominal^-Wire-dressed, XlO lOs._to £11; silk-dressed, £11 to £12 per -r - . . , ' WHEAT.-Sales have been made during the1 .week at 4s; 10J. per busliel'f »r export, but we v. doubt whether so much could now be ob-1 - taiiied. The Town price is ,4s. 6d. to 4s.7d. «per JbusheK ' . ,' . v . Bran continues very "dull,. and no sales have place. - Oat^and Bahlkt.-There have been enqui formats,fo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

GENERAL NEWS. TRYING- TIME roa LEGISLATORS. Honourable members will be judged, not by what they may say, but what tHeyhave been Baying and doing during the last thirty months. Electioneering speeches would sadly retard the progress of public business, and be of no use to members themselves. Let them wait till they are sent to the country, and then we shall be delighted to hear or read their brave1 . . . I vindications of themselves and their elo- I quent appeals for .Jftiture confidence and i support addressed to their constituents; We wish them safely through the ordeal. Observer. POSITION OF THE MIXISTBY.-In the legislative Council, cn Thursday, Oc tober 9, the Chief Secretary, in reply to Mr.Everard, said that the Government would take into consideration the posi i tion of the Ministry during the period between the dissolution and the calling together of the new Parliament, as affect ed by the Constitution Act. INTERCOLONIAL CONFERENCE-A des patch has, been laid on the table of t...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

M0LTISTT GAMBIBR. MARKETS. The following are the latest; quotations at ouc mills*; /Mount Gambicr Mill, Thursday evening , Oct,16.--Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard £5 pgr tonBran, £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per bushel;- Potatoes, £3 per ton, ' Victoria rfteam Mills,, Thursday, evening i -< Oct. 16.-Flour, £1*2 10s per ton; . Pollard, j * ,£5-do.;_ Bran, £4 do.: TSarley,'5s Qd pe -toshel; Oats^nOne; Crushing, 6d per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

ENGLISH NEWS. Tfce report of Prince Alfred's visit to Australia was a mistake of the Court Journal, or at least premature. The Prince. has been to Stockholm and St. Petersburg. , The Bisht>p1 of Oxford's late order directing his clergy to allow of a pause in the Litany, during which the cougrega-1 tions may pray for..peaee in America, has. been laid before counsel. Messrs. Ste-' phens and Jebb, the lawyers consulted,! are both of opinion that a pause being I enjoined in the Ordination Service, such 1 pauses can only be ordered by rubrical provision; and that the ordinary in direct- i ing them exceeds his power. j THE OIL WELLS OF AMERICA.-An American writer, after having examined the wells of Canada, Ohio, and Pennsyl vania, lias arrived at the conclusion tfiat! petroleum is not coal, but coral-oil stored 1 away, he says, in cells, forming in the aggregate immense reefs; as it was col- j lected fromJthe' impure waters of the early I oceans by minute coral polypes, it J^s been dri...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

Notice. .ipiBNOLA ANNUAL EACB MEET XISTGr v^lll be hell on 13tlrand 14th JANUARY, ISGJ. , y Stewards: J. Biddoch, Esq. M. Smallpage,*E3q. * A.-.Cameron, Esq. . E. Seympur, Esq.^ 'J. Roberfcjon. Esq. Wi IL Welly, Esq. ? ' . By order,r; ~ ~ ? ; 5 * - T. H. ARTAUI), :<78,., ., V'/, .Secretary and:Treasurer. At Long's Hotel, Mount Gambier, on " SATURDAY and MONDAY Evenings. -25th and 27fch October, 1S62. " Mil. J.». JiSliACK XJjRESENTS hia eoraplimento to the .t1 _ residents in the Mount Gambler I)i?trietj-and informs them that it is his intention to pay that district a visit before lending the"; Colony, and retiring froru public life, He therefore -begs .to, announce that he will ap^ftt at' Mount Gambier at? above ;*to' give two of those Celebrated and popular ENTE&TAINZIEN T8 of Ra tional Songs^.which have been so enthu siastically'receive^^^ the whole of ^lie- Colonies,--receiving the patronage, repeated attelidance^and most flattering approbation , of their Excell...

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