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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

" ; : .GENERAL NEWS. " "" CROPS.--The formers never before had : >Miettcr promxse, atithi» !5easori'of tbe year, of - ^ in- the Coniiiig harvest. Nothing '?c juldcxc^a the licit and luxuriant appearance ^ 4jj?^H d^sSfititidns of gromngcrops. It is for ' that such an aiiapicious sK^a ^e^ir wheii A greater breadth of . 5 und«r-cultivation. The -gol&fields. has induced -S fanners to tax all &idrYenergies and means > to^produce fill they; can m the approaching *. Jharvest*-.rating &;.low, estimate ,on the in : " "creasvtheteii at> l|ast twic§ as many acres in crobaiS there were la#t year*-Gipps Land . . r, ' . " V : '« *. r ' > ,. *' * Ajs W&s t(S fee ekpebtad, there is a pro <* * bability:of theHerald newspaper dying., 'V- prbp>ietdrs.are 'said- to have issued : -" firciilar letters to those Who ate consider that paper, asking for some '. ^s^uhaMMial recogmtioii- of it£ services 'if cthey;are desirousof seeing itcontinue. The r;...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

, Hotice. FEN OLA ANNUAL RACE MEET IN0- -will be held on 13tli and 14th JANUARY, 1863. Stewards t J. Biddoeb,Esq, M; Smallpage, Esq. A. Cameron, Esq. :BVSeym'our,;Esq. J. Robertson. Esq. W. H. Wells, Esq. By order, : T. H. ABTATJD, 78 Secretary and Treasurer. To ftet, FOB SIX MONTHS, mHE Dwelling House formerly occupied by JL. the National Bank,and at present occu pied by M r. Miller. Apply immediately to N. A. LORD & CO., 78 Mount Gambier. I HE Imported Entire Horse Prince A1 Tbert,' . ? '. 1 ??? ? " . . Will serve Mares this, season at Mr. Dwyer's Farm, on Monday* September I. On the fol lowing day he will travel to MacDonnell Bay, and from tlience to' Allandale. On the next day he will return home, calling at the Farmers1 Inn, Mount Gambier. And so on, every Ninth day throughout the season. Terms, £3, payable on or before the 1st of January, 1863. PRINCE ALBERT has ..always proved himself a sure foal getter; he has an excellent temper j and is perfectly staunch in harness...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ELECTION FOR THE DISTRICT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

TIIE ELECTION FOR THE DISTRICT OF VICTORIA, A NOTIFICATION in our advertising I columns will apprise our readers of the time arid place of nomination' for the electoral district of Victoria.; It i£ signed by J. O. Lyon, as Returning Officer. Bay of nomination, "Wednesday, November 12; day of election, Thursday, November 27 ; Chief Polling Piace, Robe Town; other Polling Places, Mount G-ambier. Mosquito Plains, Penola, Kingston, East ^Vellinglon. and Border Town,

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GUICHEN BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) Robe, 25th October, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

.,.t ,, GUJGHEN BAY.,... (From our own Correspondent.):; j . Kobe, 25tU October, 1862. , notice the letters written by Creed, y®' Dale, and Bobert Auderson, attack ing me for my report'of the in'quesfc held oa Jemmy the bjaekfellow. irom the I tpne.and style Xshould, think Creed was! one of that celebrated Jury as well as! -Dale and Anderson, They Sceuse me of,' giving a cne-sided report and misrepre: senting the case, and it is to be supposed i that now you have got another sided re-! p»t, and very correct one,surely three of +W "Ti magged that,between I 1 have a higher, idea of my duty1 as a correspondent than wilfully to eive incorrect or one-sided reports of anything ^Tbe worth reporting, and in thif instance I am not disposed to- alter my report although if should not - satisfy Messrs. Me and Anderson. Mr. Dale in giving his version of the iratter, sets T?kioY*.as>8*<>Tiit and presumptuous. 1 thank him,for the-compliment: that is the easiest way, of disposing o...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, October 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, October 28th.' Before J.? G. ton^. Estf., S.M."; E. Wehl, Esq., J. Urilpherston, Esq.. and" A. S. Hobbs, Esq., J.P.'s. The cause list exhibited the following cases set down for trial' CRIMINAL SIDE. The Queen, oh the prosecution of Laurence Egan v. Andrews and another. CIVIL CASES. Goodriche v. Lynch Smith and another v. McEachern. Livingstone and another v. McEachern. Morrison Y, Bunge Bunge v. Brewer Previous to thb commencement of the legal1 business, the Police business was disposed of. Two inebriates were fined five shillings .each. Two young men, and a young lad, of the names of Andrews, Lincoln, ana Taylor, .were charged by Laurence Egan,, Crown Lands Banger, with catting and carting timbeK on the waste lands of the Crown without a license. The prisoners pleaded Not Guilty. .The Ranger said that he did not wish to press the case . severely against : the young men, as he believed that* they acted in " igno rance of the law. The timber was cut from the ban...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

LGSAL INTELLIGENCE. EVENINGS AT HOME.-Under this title there have been a series .of M usicaLEntertainments given oiv MbunVG^bi?r,Hbn theevenings of SaturJay, Mond:iy, and Tuesday last. They were given by M r. J. R. Black, a well-known vocalist, a-Scotchman by birth and'accent, who, after having bevn Settled-for some time in Adelaide in commercial" business, betook himself-' to the vocation of a Wandering Minstrel," and has made his name and-his voice familiar over nearly- the length arid breadth of Australia. From his programme, we learn that he has had the pleasure, not to say the honour,-of performing before-the Gov ernors of South Australia, Victoria, New. South Wales, Queensland, and Tasmania: but not withstanding this wide range of colonial travel, we have not had the pleasure .of hearing him on The Mount until the present occasion. The 11 Evenings at Home"1*.were given in the large room of Long's Hotel. On Saturday night the attendance was - more select than numerous; on Monda...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 10 [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

^ NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, October 10 , The Legislative Assembly have refused to vote funds for the erection of new Houses of l'atfiament. he Speaker has resigned. A iter the usual speechifying the House im mediately adjourned, Young.Bromley has been discharged. Flour is a shade lower. In the produce sales scoured wool realized , Is. 9£d.;, tallow, £37 10s.;.hides, 14-s, i ,*A burglary has been committed on Mr Levi's jetfelleiy shop in George-street, The window waa completely cleared, but no clue to the - :: robbers has as yet been discovered. A boy has died of a snake-bite. " ' M iss Joey Gougenheim commenced her per forniaaces at the Lyceum on Saturday to a - good,house, and was enthusiastically received. The Illawarra Waratah New Coat Company - 1 lias been formed. At "Newcastle a Company is engaged in - i-j, working all the pits with .a sufficient number ?"-ofharids to: complete the contracts. v * ,The co-operativ6 miners are busy forming their own railway.' i 'The Wallsend Compa...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENOLA. October 28th, 1862. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

PENQLQ^ : October 28th, 1862; - - (From our. own correspondent.) V Thewkather isstill Variable, very cold morning and evening. I see that the Speakerand Attorney .Greneral will be, here next yreek to address the multitude and explain their political tenets. " , . ~ . v~ . ^ RAKA AVIS.-Mr. Woods of the Tele? ' graph department has in his possession a splendid living specimen of that scarce ; bird in this district-the Hawk Owl. It has become quite domesticated and is about 2 months old, and'stands 14iriches high. -It promises to be a very large bird when at maturity i . An; inquest was*-held ' at Mr. .1) McArtbnr's station^ 1Ejimestone; Kjdge, ojr^. Saturday'the 25th, instant,' before T. P." Scott, Esq., J.P., Oorouer, to consider tlio circumstances attending the sudden death of George Alexander Westirmafl, a la bourer iu Miv Mc Arthur's employ. A.' highly respectable jury ;was^sworn,' wit!i: "Mr. Wm. McDonald, of Penola, as fore men, when, the following; evidence^waa , adduced. ' ^ '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

MOUNT GAMBIER ' iJfSTIT^TE,. rilHE next Monthly Lecture will be deliv -f ered on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the Fifth instant, in the National School, by Mr; WALTER PATERSON,.of Mount Barker." Subject-PHRENOLOGY.. * Chair to be taken at half-past Seven o'clock. Admission to non-subscribers-One Shilling Tarpena SR.aces. ...' . :',V - I' -. rrHE above Races will come off! on ot about Thursday, 1st January, 1863. Hacks1 only; that have never won public money, allowed to run.. £r subscription qualifying for | all the Races. . , - ^ . | FIRST EACE, , . , | A splendid Saddle, value £8; entrance, 10s; catch weights; one mile heats. i SECOND EAO,E, - " P * , A IIAKDSOMB'WHIP and SPUES ; entrance, 7s 6d? catch weights; mile and ahdlf; one event. Winner'ofthe first race not allowed to runL . ,T THIED EACE, "1 HUBBY SCURBT, for beaten horsra; entrance, I 5s.; sovs. added; catch weights; one mile,'| one event. ' Should there be sufficient funds ac Hack Hurdle jRace- will, be run, . particulars'", to be I ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MOUNT GAMB[?]ER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

MOFNT GAMB1ER MARKETS. The following are the latest quotations at " our mills MountGambier Mill, Thursday evening Oct. l6.-r-Flour? Adelaide . price; , Pollard - £5jyer ton j Bran, £5 "do.j Wheat, 4s per ' husnel'; PotaToe^;£3 per ton. rvYictona%eafiawMillst Thursday evening Oct. 16.-Floor, ^1210s per .ton; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £-i do,: Barley, 5B 6d pe bushel; ^Qate/iiorie;; Crashingf6d psr busheb

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SHIPPING NEWS. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

IVIAODONNELL BAT. , ' ~ " ARRIVED. Friday^ October 24th.-S.S. Ant, 87 tons, 1F. P. Snewin master, from Port Adelaide via Port Robe. /12 passengers. : ' DEPASTURES. , j /^Tuesday -2lst October, cutter!Kangaroo, 30tons, Thos. CKeesenikri master for. Port Adelaide, " ^Friday 24th October, S.S. Ant, 87 tonk, F. P,. Snewin .master,* for Port Adelaide, Via Guichen.Bay. Passengers in the cabin-His Honor Judge Boothby', and Messrs. Ilolden; and Miller* ' Steerage, T.Martin. ( ? CABGO INWABD6. Per Ant .from* Port Adelaide-155 pkgs merchandize^ 7 loads timber, Mitchell 3 hhds,, ' &casks, 2J casks, 67 cases, Long 6 cases. i , CAE GO OUTWARDS. , ' ] ? r K { * , i t ~ " Per Kangatoo-rFor Port Adelaide, 840 bushels wheat; 30 hides, 5 tone iron and rope. I /Per,Ant S.S. for Port, Adelaide-8 pkgs.i inerchandize. >V I - v * ,, t v- Vessels [expected. ^-Fro&-P«rtlarid, Spec^ schooies v From Melbournev Jet, schooner. * ;Vessel iff harbor. Government '^schooner Yatala, -- Carson; | m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

\ - Sswjk&VCpMMmioN'Jtexxcti ? .v -ABCrriOOTEBS'CdSfaglSSION AGBN®; $0/.$jMmm.', t , i : *5; ' ' VV - £V f> V '* '.. , ^\ " ,* n.* 1~*,^i>?' y»» ', »"*' » | f I, j Abonttir&e q^rtcrsl2' to acre of £and at gjncraigrf^5csd secturel^ tnth Paling* Four Roomed ^rieXCottage-, witH ail" iiK^'sary jutbiiadin^ .welll^^^ereoti. ^ - ; ?*;. - ,?? Applyto ' v' '** , : :.. a g. DOUGHTY, r Land ^dtamjanssiottAgeht, ,{| !'''' <":^'.'? *""''>^Auctioneer;.; 1 -' ^ . '41 4 \ Mount Gambier. "if, ,«??;?"? f.' iypfo gtTiTrjgr* nin.,^ *,. , L^jf sVz- ^ , * 1 , \$H)k io l«t; ei JLease, OK a terin ofye&T&in the immediate ndghbdurhood of -MacDoniiell Bay, 79 acres of Latid, fenced in^iyitlf a" atime^ house . and Well thereon;*- '3,1-^. For particiilarg,&e,ap^ly to ! " C. & DOUGHTY.-"*, .___r^r. J "¥7J OR Saie^-Frbui % t o 600 head ofStore «- X Cattle^few xmdertfyearsor overyears, < » very superior ^well^bred lot. 508-toothrams» \v...

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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY OCTOBER 31, 185[?]. PROROGATION, AND DISSOLUTION OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

t -R L" - J -a » V«. 5 1 RT ."*.?*, ?ti , ?' : ~. - 1 *. V * - ~ , Published eperg Friday warning. : -W&4 -'. V?*"' F -. "* i " * ' " FRIDAY V CT0BER31, 185?. , ^-prorogation, J£$X>r JDJSS03tJEnc®L / OB* THE §OUTII AUSTFALtANPAft .. ;C . kLOCBNT; ' ; * -?: ..,<><'<>' -j, _^ " pABLiAirE^T'. was prorogued .(with a view to its imraedjate^dissblutioii)- on Tuesday, October 21f-The following is the record of the closing scene of-the late Parliament,:-- 'v/v - c His Excellency arrived at 20 minutes ~to-5, accompanied by his Private Secretary and Major Brinkley (aide-de-camp.) His Excel lency havfnglaken&his seat, directed that ths members of the JElouse olAsaembly should be .summoned. , On their. arrival His Excellency formally assented? in the name of IIer_Ma jestyr to the foHmving public and private Acts 1 passed during the sessionj j " Qualrefs' Marfiage Bill. ' , Sale of Poisons Bill. . *1 Fire Brigade Bill. . Trustee: and Mort...

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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 October 1862

; -'(~ * V Vs Border Watch Ofiice, £ t PF*7 -* ti c ' ' «. .* - , * » ; Vv II ^ **.f sJ f" &,"« -; ' J Thursday Evening. ' %' r-''J At Adelaide the flour inprlcei-Lhas been' i£rO witKout^imation^ain There *;0 \,bas,'Kbw^^^,l)eenxa- small* d^miua^ for ~C:wh^Vand ifc, hasadvanced a little. ."^o_ .Vv douBt , highYprice»£^^^ in 'J Melbourne lias somewhat ^influenced the < , price, t > 5he^;>havexbee&'. numerdiis: en \ \ qtviries^for ifcj'but - njTheavy feansactions have yet resulted. ~ Ploui* remains very dull, and ' but few - - * sales, take place. wire:dressed is worth about'£10 10s., and ailk dressed can be " obtained at prices -varying- from * £11 to . "il2^per ton. " *' u "Wheat.-There aire but few buyers, ' i - I ~4s.;6du. per bushel is. all. that can .be ob tinned m town*, whilst sales have taken place for delivery- at thePorfc ab 4s ,10|d. '.** ;to 4s. lld..f ^piere is nothing offering under 5a». ' ' O, Bran is in'd£mand,Jand sales have been made...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 31 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.  

Publication Title: Border Watch
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OUR HARVEST PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862

J^HaVEST. PBOSPECTS., < ? - Guy »Jnlelligent /coteinporary, the " Econoinist,'' remarks that the near ^appirpU'eh^of. harvest, wliich may be ex-: ,.... leasts in. South --.Australia, in little more than six^weeks, is already; exercising an influence upon the _ inarliet for . breadstuifs. * The Adelaide marked is the most sensitive of any in the colonies, has been the first to show the effects" of the early: prospect of abun dant supplies,-wheat ana flour there being saleable only at ai decided reduction. The result of; shipments to England has shown that at the prices which have been current during the greater part of this season, , they .can only he-continued with a cer tainty of incurring heavy losses. There iB'a^price'of course at which shipments might be ,made with a prospect of a fair -profiti;but that it is a lower one than has been .generally, supposed, is now pretty ei^loiir exported from melbourne at a'time when-wheat was ^Wipr^>fi.ve shillings per'bushel, and...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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GUICHEN BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) Robe, November 3,1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862

GUiCHEN BAY. (From our own Correspondent.) Kobe, November 3,1862. Amongst the passengers arriving per "Ant", on Friday last, were tbe Hon. G. C. Hawker and the Hon. R. I. Stow, who, in accordance - with notices issued, addressed the electors of Robe at a public meeting held in the Criterion Hotel that evening. There was a very large attend ance of electors, no doubt anxious to hear the political opinions of those gentlemen on tne principal subjects now occupying the attention of the public. Mr. Walker having been voted to take the chair, briefly- introduced the business of the meeting by expressing a hope that a fair and quiet hearing would be giv=n to both gentlemen whV had to address tbetn, and that if any questions had to be put'to either of them,.it would be done with g6od?temper and in that-gentlemanly manner which.has always hitherto cha racterised the meetings of the people of Robe. Mr. Hawker then,addressed the meet ing, and in a very pleasing, clear and lucid manner, explai...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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MR. HAWKER AND MR. STOW AT MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862

MR. HAWKER AND MR/. STOW AT - MOUNT GAMBIER. : After their visits to Itobe Town and Penola, Mr Hawker and Mr Stow pro 'Ceeded toMouufc Gambier, and arrived in -the town towards the afternoon. It had -been announced by placard that .they would address the constituency in the evening; and accordingly, by a little after seven.o'clock, the large room of South's Hotel was crowded; and the candidates, on entering, were received with great cheering. - The room or hall was very comfortably arranged for the purpose of an electioneering meeting. A raised dais, or platform, at one end, was constructed for the accommodation of the ehairman and the' candidates, and their more influ ential supporters; and the body of the hall was filled with the bulk of the constitu ency of .The Mount, who all evidently took a keener and livelier iaterest in the pro ceedings than we had possibly anticipated.1 ' Amongst the more influential of our leading residents present, we noticed: the Rev. James Don, Messrs. ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862

LTI&AL INTELLIGENCE. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-We have received the first number of a new Melbourne journal, " The Weekly Review, and Christian Times, A Journal of Politics, Literature, and Social and Christian Progi c: s,* . edited by David Blair. Its external API ear nee is attractive and promising : but we may say more about it when we receive a second numbers.- > THE CHOBCH IN THE WILDERNESF.-It i? gratifying to know that "the Church in the Wilderness", is now an -established 4- institu tion" in the district; IND^THATI \vhenever the weather and the roads will permit of safe trc« veiling through the Bush, a good* congregation usually assembles there, most of whom have to travel distances, from six to twelve miles. Last Sabbath there were about seventy per sons present -a large number, considering the nature of the locality, and the sparseiiess of the F.opulatiDn. THE Rev. James Don; who may be regarded as the Pastor of this very peculiar and interesting rural church, officiated ...

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MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) November 4tb, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862

MOSQUITO PLAINS. (From our own correspondent.) ' November 4tb, 1862, lo (lay. the remains of Mr. J.- Bowden, landlord of the Merino Inn, were com mitted to their last resting place. Mr. B. died on Sunday, after a lingering ill ness. A large concourse of mourners followed the body to the-grave, where the burial semce of the Church of England was read by Mr. H.J ones, of Binnum j Binnum.. "We believe Messrs. Hawker and Stow were at Narracoorte according to previ ous announcement last night, but in con sequence of the above melancholy event, deferred addressing the electors of the place. " The weather is still all that could be desired for shearing purposes.

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