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EXPLOITS OF A REBEL RAM. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

EXPLOITS OP A EEBEL BAM. The exploits of the rum Arkansas have vied with the brilliant career of the, Merrimac. Her. fate also was the same. The following is a brief narrative of the doings of-this iron-clad ram:-On the 1,5th o£ last month, however, the. whole flotilla operating against Yicksburg, com bined with Commodore Farragut's squad ron from jNTew Orleans, was lying in the Mississippi, at a short distance from, the point at which the river receives the waters of the Yazoo. For some time it had been rumoured that a "BebeLram" was coming down.the Yazoo to eo-operate in the defence of Yicksburg, and, indeed the whole story a t this point is so. exactly like that of the Merrimac that it reads like a repetition of the same tale. After themonster" had' been looked for with evident uneasiness for several days, three vessels-two 'gunboats' and a ram-.were at length detached from the Pederal.fleefo to run up the Yazoo, and see whether anything could be discovered. The' ram ook the lead...

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

HOEBIBLE MURDER. On Tuesday, the 29fch September, a woman named Charlotte Eowland died at Castlemaine, in consequence of injuries inflicted by a man named Richards, with . / whom she lived. At the inquest John > Dant deposed that he was going to Vaughan, and when he came to Butcher's I Gully, he heard people talking about two ' hunted yards off. When he came near a bush, Richards cried out, " Is that you Dant r" He responded, "is anything the.| matter ?" Richards replied that he had been at work all day anp wau'ted to get home, but could not for the woman, It was moonlight, lie observed- deceased upon the ground. He could tell by Richard's talking that he had been drink ing, but was not very drunk. Not wish ing to interfere, witness said " G-ood night," and walked on. He had only been a few yards off. when he heard Richards kicking deceased, and stopping lie called out, " George, do not kick the woman that way." Richards then walk ed quietly up to him and said that he would do wh...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY OCTOBER 24, 1862. LEGAL CLAIMS OF MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY OCTOBKR 24, IS6.V LEGAL CLAIMS OF MOUNT GAMBIEB. , The presence of a* Judge of the Supreme Court seems a suitable'time for asserting! what may be termed the " Legal Claims cf Mount Gambier." We labour under many and seribas;* disadvantages, omng to our distknce from the seat of Govern ment. Our physical claims we .have re peatedly urged, a^d not altogether-with out efiect; but we have to submit to" other inconveniences which affect: us as a commercial and trading community, and theTemovnl of which are essential to our social as well as industrial progress. , Take the case of Insolvency. It is utterly ridiculous; as well as wasteful^ foolish, to compel ?h insolvent to go all the way to Adelaide for adjudication. Whateyerassetstheremay be are dissi Sated in the process; and however well isposed an insolvent may bo; to do the beat he can for his creditors, he is ren dered reckless by the trouble and expense to which he is subjected. The present sy...

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

MOUNT GAMBIEK Tit AM WAY. In'the Houae^of Assembly, on "Wed nesday, October 8, Mr. Brown moved - . " That, in the opinion of this House, it : --^is desirable to immediately construct a horse railway from the township of Mount Gambier to,MacJ)onnell Bay." He re ferred-to the evidence of Mr. J. !D. "Woods to show that common roads cost as much ;;-v- every ; ten years "in maintenance as the original cost of construction. In France it was found that horse railways returned 10 per cent, interest on the capital ex pended in their construction. He main tained that horse railways should be made . on allmain lines. The maximum cost ' wouldbe ,ahout £i,9B9 per mile, and such a roadrwould return a percentage on the , out?ay,^instead of being a constant charge as common roads,"were. The next ques tion's whether there, was a necessity to connect Mount Gambier and MacDoiraell "Bay., If so,-there, could be no doubt a tramway would be^he'beat mode of mak ing that' communication. A- horse could on a...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

SWJUPMJMS- JF £ WS. * MACDONNELL BAT. , Oct. 17.-Ant, (s.s.) 87 tons;, fv'T. Srtewin, commander, from rorts Adelaide" arid itoBe.; 26 passengers. ^ - Oct. 19.-Kangaroo, cutter,' S&' tov.a; Thos. Ch6eseman, master, from -Pdr&y£delaide and | Robe. ', , ». s DEPABTUfcKF. Oct. 17-Ant, (s.s.) 87 ton*) Sue win, master, from Ports Kobe and Adelaide; . steerage passengers, McCabe, O'Leary, and Mrs. Rankin, CAKQO inward. Per .Ant, from Port Adelaide-241 plcgs merchandize, duty paid;<Jrey,l keg; South 4 hhds, Long 11, French 6 cases, 2 casks, Lyon 2 casks; under Bond, BL 1 'barrel; from Port Robe, 14 bags, 2 chests. Per Kangaroo, from, Port Adelaide-:178 pkgs merchandise, duty paid; Crouch I pkge, Mitchell 1 pkge, Must , and Co. 6 cases, " "Wallace 1 box; From Port Robe 5 tons old iron and rope. - * * CARGO , OUTWAOis. Per Ant for Port Adelaide-136 bushels , wheat, 2 ,carts, 1 pkge, 2 empty kegs. For Port RoDe--2 boxes butter, 170 posts, 9 bags potatoes1.

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

A G,J,VALEI*4T'INE) . STOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, I'ENOLA AXI) MOSQUITO PLAINS AUCTIOifEER & COMMISSION AGEN T ?g' -?, ,t;-w©pT^§MBtetu *-2| Loans Negotiated on freehold Security. i-? AS aram* mjkxm* Hift <*Jv% .< H.I outbuilding, wetf1&c.> thereoni v-' ApplyV . . C. g; DOUGHTY, Land t&d Commission Agent, ' . ' ' , Auctioneer. " . Mount Gambier. *'S 1»*&&'*i ?»*. ?K %£-r I ' .. I^ease, {, OR^ a -term .of years,. in the- immediate neigh bourhoodof MaeDonnell Bay, 79 acres of Band,-fenced in, with a stone house | and \veIl thereoni . For 'particulars &c, apply to ? < " C, G:: DOUGHTY. .Saie-rFr'om 4 W 600 "liea'd of Store. ' , Cattl^iew under Sycars or over. 5 year?, .a very superior well, bred lot. - .\5Cj> 8-toqth rami, : - C. G/JDOUGHTY. 1 A, OR Sale-350 Weaners. fr-. ( 1800 6 and 3 tooth Wethers } Delivery 'J.) J00 4 ancl 6 yrs. "old Ewes { after *" ri{- *.'', *7^00 4 and 6 tooth Wethers (...

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VESSEL IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

, VESSELS'IN HARBOR. Yatala, Govt, schooner, Carsori, master . Kangaroo, cutter,, Cheesemaji, master; > ^French, agent. . ' ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

LATEB NEW&FROM EUROPE. / £he ^ublieili^ - the following, dated Jubal- Sept,-i»; V~ * ' - The Qufe^\l iiaS arrived in Germany. The Archbi^h^j of Canterbury was dying. "Wool firmet. .COBSOIb 931. Further Confedei^fe successes. Mc Lellari has left the Jiuueg River. '< The taail sieimel tfeached Hobson' Bay at a quarter to O oh Thursday night, October 1. On Friday-morning, October 10, the follow ing telegram appeared in the Argus: ? London, September 2, 8 50 p.m. Ju.bal(Red Seft), September 4,8.58 p.m. Garibaldi haiT been defeated, wounded, and captitfedf /wlth 2,000 -volunteers, at Ataspia pont.r lie was conveyed to Spezzia. *<There?have beeii threatening demonstrations throughout ItaTy. V. ; ; . :Harrjson's Landing hasbeen evacuated. Mctflellauis, at Williamsburg. The Confed erate stf&jes&s-cdritinue. K6ntnel y has been Invaded,' andjSomerset captured, C^tticme has been taken l»y the Turks, the BWe Jacket has arrived, Funds advancing" \' O...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. LATE INQUEST AT ROBE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

OHiQiNM. CORRESPONDENCE. LATE INQUEST AT KOBE, (To the Editor.) ^ Dearsir,--I am sorry to troul lc. you with the following letter, for I suppose the - sound of the late inquest at Robe has become al most noxious m jour ears, as I candidly con fss it is to mine, but still t cannot allow such remarks as those made by KobertAnder soa in your paper dated 3rd October, * to go unnoticed, and without speaking in * defence of th& twelve clear headed jurymen alluded to. . - ? I dld not read the letter referred to by R. A., of your correspondent's, but one thing 1 can say, that your correspondent's efforts could not be too strong in persuading the public that the chief object the' first jury bad in View was to find out where the blacks got the drink fronv&c, &c^ and not as to how th& deceased came to his death, for the ver dict was fob plain for any reasonable thinking mea to'.hesitate about-and could as easily have been given by the first jury as the , last, i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENOLA. (From our own Correspondent.) October 21st, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

P E N OLA, (From our, own Correspondent.) .v .October,21st, 18G2. Uiorious weather J-rand. likely to coil-1 tinue, after the late storm. ' ^ . I ' *' The EeV.'Mr. Frazar, of.Gteelong, paid i ua a visit on Sunday Inst and preached at i the Scotch Church, after which a collec tion waa made' for reducing the Church1 debt. It is a, great pity that Penola should be so long without a resident minister.- - The races are now being talked about for the ensuing year, "and I- understand will take1 place on the 13th and -14th Januaiy. -With .so- large a number of " Good-men and true", as Stewards, we may hopetojiave a-" crack" meeting. Mrs. Twigg again made her appearance at the Local Court on Thursday before Mr. Gr.. B, Scott, S.M., charged with drunkenness and assaulting her. ? husband. She reiterated her promises (so frequently given for years past); that she now in tended to amend her evil courses, and.her husband not appearing she "was fined £1. Our . new clerk of the .Loe&l Court,...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. October 21st, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

LOCAL COTTKT, October 21st, 1852. . The usual Local Court-was held here to-day. On the bench were- -Messrs. ' Gr. B. Scott, S.M.y A, T. Gunning, ,and | H. Seymour, J.P.'s, The following cases i came on for hearing. V r - . i , Kelsh<v. .McDonald.- Claim of £100, for 'commigsioft 011 alleged Bale of sheep. Verdict for plaintiff, £50 and costs. Defendant gave notice of appeal; Hailes v.. McKay. This case had been referred to arbitration,, at last sitting, and the bench now, in accordance with the opinion of the arbitrators, gave a verdict for £10. in favour of plaintiff. .. H. Brown v." J. Brown. Wages claim of £18. Judgment %r £G lis., costs divided. ' A' r? " , , Saundersv. Smith and Ager, claim £10. . Smith and Ager v. Saunders, claim £18. Judgment for£5 5s, in favor of Sounders.

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own Correspondent) October 21, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

MOSQUITO PLAINS. M. (From our own Correspondent) October 21,1852.. " In your list of magistrates fotf. th& dis?, tricfc you omittedto mention tKe nam0c of Dr. A. T. Gunning. As this genfclejnaii'^ name appears in the -s Gazette," fi&cL your list was otherwise pretty correct, !, call your attention to the'fact.-*'' f 1 | ~ Mrs.. Mcintosh, Wife of Mr. "W. | i Mdntosh, was interred' here on Tuesday j last. The., funeral. r procession was "thfr largest;we have seen in this,part. - Great comraisseration was felt for Mr< M. in this trying bereavement. On' Sunday, the Bey. Mr. McCalmau feelingly .alluded- to the melancholy event, warning all, in -the wordsj of Amos, to " Prepare to meet their God." -There is- to.be, seen in" one of Mr. J. Bobertson's flocks a very singular lamb. It has five legs* .and strange to say, the fifth projects, unicorn-like, out of its head. It exactly corresponds with the other four, having a joint and hoofs. The lamb | is ped^ptly heal...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POISONED BAITS.-The reprehensible prac tice of dropping poisoned baits about hu been the cause of several valuable dogs being destroyed during the past week; / Our Police" . - Magistrate, Mr. Lyon, and also Mr. Long, of the South Australian Hotel, have recently lost kangaroodogs, (upon which they^set high value), from the practice ofdroppingpoisoned meat about. It may be as weU'to;!rat that parties are liable to punishment for adopting _ this dangerous method of getting rid-of what * they may deem a nuisance. MB. BLACK, THE VOCALIST.-An adver tisement will inform our readers that Mr. Black, the vocalist^ to give his usual and celebrated Entertainments in Long's Assem blyRoom on the evenings of Saturday find r Monday. Report and general newspaper r . criticism concur in speaking very highly .of , - Mr. Black as a vocalist. SHAKES. -There are snakes on Mount ; Gambier as well as elsewhere in these colo-. . ' nies. There was one killed near Sutton's, last Monday mor...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

THE ELECTIONS. /; The , requisition to the General, and the reply of tliat Eight Honourable gentleman; appear in our ad vertising columns. - As the.reply: was transmitted by, tele gram, there is necessarily a-want of that fulness* and precision" which' we' have a right to expect from a new candidate; when soliciting ;i)ur suffrages. Butr as :M^Stawr will be amongst"us as"soon as '^SSlS^al' duties will permit,"' we may leaVe" ifc until he personally appears amongst lis, before we either criticise or question. ' :Mr. Stow, however, appeals to --His Parliamentary career" and' experience ; and he may very safely do so. He ' has approved himself as a man of great ability and high character; and he will prove.a fitting colleague for The Speaker: -for the return of Mr. Ilawker is a matter of course.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

SUPEEMB COURT. : The Coni mission of Nisi Prius, of Oyer and Terminer, and of general Gaol. deli very,- was opened at the Court House, Mount Gamtaer,; October 21, at" teno'clockin themorning. His-Honor,: Jiidgtr Boothby^f^^ seat on the Bench at the; appointed hour. The Judgewas accomp'aniedbyF. Pelham, Esq., Judge's Associate. The Crown -Solicitor j' -Mr. "Wearing, conducted; the criminal cases, and was engaged in the Civil action; All the barristers were in official costume, and there were present in Cpurt J. C. Lyon, Esq., S:M.; E. Wehl. Esq., J,P.; and a large proportion of the leading inhabitants of Mount Gambier. ;; iThe small Court House was most incon-. t&aietitly' crowded, the day being, very clUe-and sultry.' . - : ? * ^'The;Commission was read inMue form; and the . following gentlemen composed th'e first Jury,- th& names being balloted for:-Messrs. Charles Holloway, C. G. Doughty, E. M aisey, Alexan der M cLean, Smnuel'Bttilen, Samuel Barrett, Alex ander Ci...

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

Lying at the Port MacDonnell Post Office Afflick, G. Baynes, George Bentley & Smith Chalmers, Wm. Clode, Charles Edwards, Thos. Hammond, G. P. Hitchcock; J. Itchcock, J. Maclnnes, R. Palmer, Thos. Randall, George Spain, John White, W. W.

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

DIED. At Kincraig, Mosquito Plains, the beloved wife of William Macintosh, Esq., in the thirty third year of her age, deeply and justly regretted.

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POLICE COURT. MONDAY AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 and 21. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. STEALING A HUG. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

FbtlGf£OURT. MONDAY AND TUESDAY; .OCTOIJGTT 20 and 21. Before «J. C. Lyoii, Esq.v.S.M. . STEALING A HUG. ? . ' David -Roife,. hut-keeper on German Flat, was placedatthis bar, charged with unlawfully being, an the possession of a nig, valued at two guineas, the property of James Umpherston, Escj-,J.P. " Mr Morrison, ove: A?er on Brown's Station, stated that two aboriginals- had been employed by him to search for certain articles lost from a runaway horse, in the Bush, and Mr Um pherston had authorised him to give them a reward of £1, if they found them. They sue cecded iiKrecovering the saddle, &cM but the rug was missing. . ' c . Air Umpherston confirmed the previous' evidence as to the employment of the aborigi nals to ^search for the missing articles, and which they lound, \yith the exception of the yUif*Ai n *n ^is possession for the last three vears, and he yalued it at two guineas. John Morrison,-a young lad, identified the rug producedju Court, as the one which had dro...

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PORT MACDONNELL. October 20th, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 24 October 1862

PORT MACDONNELL. , October 20th, 1862. ' I (Fro.n otfrowli . correspondent,) :: ? /The steamer "Ant" arrived here on ITriday last, being the first of her regular - ten ;<iay summer trips. She presents "quite a new appearance"after her cleaning and painting, and I have no doubt intend ing passengers will find every requisite that can be obtained in a, coasting I The .Government1 schooner u Tatala " is busily engaged with the moorings, and X understand .will have them all completed /during fcher present week. * - _ f I see the Government have caused, to ^be postedon our Jetty,-- notices - to the ^effect"that a wharfage duty will be levied, t commencing from the' '1st November en l suing, on, all expprfa andimpprts to. and ^from our ,,port. Tha scale ofeharges can be seen at the Cusfcom House, and *?also ut the'j Gaisetter i£ seems therefore, . that they intend to mate our Jetty add as much aspoasibletofthe revenue. Mr; G. Clark opened, his new (Brewing EatabHshment last wee...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

. MISCELLANEOUS. THE SCIIOOL OF ADYEBSITY.-"Want of gold, occasioned by democratic extrava gance, may teach the citizens of the Fed eral ^Republic the value of a Soyereign YALUE OF BIBDS.-"What can he done to stop the madness of destroying, birds ? "When the potato famine comes,1 we speak of fortitude and patience, and try to keep up.ore another's cheerfulness and resign ation : hut how will it be with us when we have brought on ourselves, a worse dearth than the potato failure by this folly of destroying the creatures which preserve I our crops from ,insect plagues ?-English Paper. From the manufactory, where the paper for Bank of England notes is pre pared, a quantity of paper was taken and forged notes are in circulation; A clue has been found to the detection of the thieves and forgers. The Prince Consort Memorial Fund; Committee have agreed to a report, in which they propose to erect, opposite to Colebrookdale Gates, in Hyde Park, an architectural base for nine groups of scul p...

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