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MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
MOUNT . QAM BIER MARKETS. The following are the latest quotations a| our nulls; Mount Gambier Mill, Thursday evening. Nov. 6.-Flour, Adelaide price'; Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per bushel. . Victoria J1 team Mills, Thursday evening. Nov., G.-Flour, .£12 XOs per ton; Pollard,* £5 do.; Bran, £4 do.: Barley, 5s 6d pe bushel; Oats,none; Crushing, 6d per bushel.
WEDNESDAY. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.V. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
"WEDNESDAY. K Bcfore J. C. Lvon, Esqn S.V. ; .:i| Edward Riley, who occasionally, visits The, Mount, from the Bush, and is rather apt to be somewhat troublesome in his "cups," was fined 10s. for having, on Tuesday morning last, risen into the sublime, and then, descended into the ridiculous, The fine, and twenty-four Hours in the "lock-up," appeared to have exercised a sedntive effect on him. THURSDAY. Edward. Riley, who had been fined on-' the^ previous day, .was again brought^ up, charged with being drunk and disorderly. The pris oner was meekly contrite; and the Magis trate, expressing a hope that it would be -the last time, fined Him 20s. John Bradley, charged with being druftk while in charge of a dray and bullocks, was fined 5s. ?
The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1862. THE TRANSATLANTIC STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
? ?' Published every Friday morning. ' ^ FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7,. 1862. THE TRANSATLANTIC STRUGGLE. . TIIEHE is a mystery as well as a melan choly in the Civil "War in America. ' It shocks all our received opinions of sacred right and justice to hear that-the people ' of New England t who have confessedly I long held the foremost rank in intelligence I and religion, should be perfectly drunk with the fury of warlike fanaticism.1 Were their wild zeal prompted by' pure patriotism, and inflamed by the presence of the invader or the tyrant, it would be a zeal, not only just, but holjrv; Vfe " Britishers," as the Americans call us. are now of one mind touching the con duct' of "Washington and his compatriots in their struggle for independence, arid approve the heroic stand rtfiey made during the seven years' war, even though we had the worst of it in the end. The sentiment of the great Earl of" Chatham -a sentiment nobly conceived, as well as powerfully expressed-^-is now all but' universally...
LOCAL COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
LOCAL COURT, SATDRDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Before J. C. Lyon, Esq., S.M August Pingel, butcher, Mount Gambier, was, summoned by Police Serjeant Bradshaw Younrj, for being in the possession of two dogs, not , licensed, according to the statute in that ca8 » made and proviaed.,where* y he had in curred certain penalties, being liable to a fine of £6 for each unregistered doe. Police Sergeant' Bradshaw Young deposed that he visited Pihgel'a premises, where he saw two unlicensed dogs: one of-them, a large kangaroo dog, Pingel admitted to be hi*, the other, lie, said, had been the property of the deceased M nlcohn Livingstone. ,AV. II. Harrald/Clerk of the Court, referred to the Registry, and found that Pingel had registered one white and black cattle dog. P.S. Young said that was not the dog in question. - / ?- - Pingel disclaimed all knowledge of the dog, whose case was before the'Court, and could almost swear that it did not belong to him. The Bench rtferred to the Dog Act, and pointed out th...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AUXILIARY DESTITUTE BOARD. (To the Editor of the Border Watch!) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AUXILIARY DESTITUTE BOARD. (To the Editor of the Border WatchV) . . Sir,-You wererather premature in stating in your last week's paper that I ihad been appointed Trustee or Relieving Officer for the proposed Destitute'Asyluirr'at M ountGambier, and that all applications for the lelief ot desti tute and sick;persons are'to be made to me at the Police Court. - . . - ^ I have not yet had the honor of receiving any such appointment, I have merely re ceived a conjipynicatinn from the Government,' stating that itofeitheir intention to appoint ;an Auxiliary Destitute Board at M ount:Gamhier, the Board to consist of t\yo members besides myself. . As I have already received- some'applica tions for relief, I snrtll be obliged by your inserting this letter in your next issue. I am, yours truly, J - - J. C. LYON. Mt. Gambier, November 4th* 1862.
MR. HAWKER AND MR. STOW AT PENOLA. Thursday morning, Nov. 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
MR. HAWKER AND ME. STOW AT i PENOLA. - Thursday morning, Nov. 6th. Yesterday being appoin ed by the candi dates for Parliamentary honors as the day for addressing the Penola electors ; in the after noon G. C. Hawker, Esq,, the late Speaker, and R. I. Stow, Esq., the Attorney-General, the only Candidates at present in the field, made their entry into the township, together with H. Seymour, Esa. A Public Meeting 01 the Electors was held in the Ball Room of the Royal Oak Hotel, at 7 o'clock, 'which was well attended by the residents.. - sv G. B. Scott, Esq., our worthy stipendiary magistrate, was unanimously voted to the chair." The Chairman briefly addressed the meet ing, stating the object of it, and introduced Mr. Hawker and Mr. Stow to the Electors. ; Mr. Hawker.-Mr. Chairman and Gentle men: It is always accorded by courtesy to the oldest candidate on an occasion like the pre sent, to address you first; and up tothis time there having been only one representative for the District o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
| ^PRtNGS-Impounded by E. Leake, Esq.; i Brown colt, 5 .offshoulder i . Brown filly, 0 off shoulder and rump Roaii' gelding, S near shoulder, off shoulder CM Impounded by J. Wallisi Esq.. . Brindle and white cow, H off rump * Yellow cow, CU near rump Brown and white steer,: like jpC near rumpv h Straw erry cow, JMK near.ribs EJECTION 309--Impounded at the public w PollTidjSection 309, Mount Gambier, Bed and white jotted snaily. steer, near ear marked, no brand visible Black and white cow, 2 near ribs^illegible brand off sBoulder Red and white sheety bullock, AT off shoulder, ' "2 near ribs White bullock, GN off ribs, off nunp, I near rump *" - Strawberry- bullock, lameju near-hind leg,off | ear slit, no brand visible - j Dark red bull, no brand visible Yellow and white- cow, 2 near ribi^ like * off ' , shoulder It&lt;?d cow,2 near ribs, like near thigh/.-." Strawberry.npbby steer, like TH off ribs Strawberry cow, bugle horns, illegible brand off thigh :: ? - - ? Red ttnd whi...
INQUEST ON BLACK JEMMY. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
INQUEST ON BLACK JEMMY. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-One of'ttie last Jurynien has in your last brought me again before the public in con nection with the above affair. Mark, one of the last twelve, because several of the twelve feel disgusted at the personal_and,uncalled for attack. One of the twelve, I ask'you and your readers not to think for/a moment that the other eleven were like one of the last" twelve who wrote to you und r date October 16th. I" remember reading of twelve nieri about 1862 years since who possessed great fidelity, but alas! one of the twelve had a" d--, antl betrayed his Master.' I will not attempt to answer that man wlio Nvrote the letter referred to, because it is neither, fair, honest, or truth ful. I suppose one of the twelve knew that well, and like pc-rwns.that cither write pr'tell an untruth, is ashamed of the same, and there fore-he was ashamed to", publish his name to the lie he had wrote, and I beg to state that part of that letter was ...
PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) November 5th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
PENOLA, 1 ' * * * (From our own correspondent.) November 5th, 1862. The weather has been very tone, but business very dull, -for this time of the year.'1- ?? " . * ? '"V" No one seem^ to have any life about them with the exception of the politicians, who are now .pricking up their ears. The proposed membersPinake their entree to day, not in time though to let you know what they pledge themselves to.. Ancient lyrics adapted to modern times: Please to remember the Fifth of November Hawker and Stow we have got, I see no treason, to ask for the reason Of the state of the Roads on the spot. ' * Mrs. Belnavis has opened her new stone store'; which is a subject to be noticed, as it is the first in this township. LOCAL COUET. Tuesday, November 4th. - Before G. B. Scott, Esq.y S.M., J. Bid dock Esq., J .P., and T. P. Scott, Esq., «T:P. Crown Lands Ranger- v. J. Bloomer: The defendant was charged with carting timber off Crown Lands without a li cense on the 15th August. It appeared that defen...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
"\I)&lt;»a ^AjfV SSsA^E. STOUT.-The Maitland JH&c&s^-shjrVrVWe have been furnished with ^^adcouht'6f the5 follo\ving: incident, up an re spectable authority. "A few days since a kan ? gftftjo dogljelonging to Mj. Lawence Nowlan, of Black Creek, met with7 a "whip snake, and Sizing it in Ins month, and tiying to worry it, yrhen the reptile' darted at his enemy's head, and bit him.' . The dog, after despatching the ttiftle^wCT't into - the house, and immediately manifested signs of having been injured, shak ing'and-.trembling all over his; bod)% The ; nnimai afterwards went out and ran down to iithe creekj where standing in the water, he ap ipeared to recover; and came, bacli apparently well. .' - SxAETLisa THEORY.-A ^medical man ?lias Tai8ed the/startling theory of cowpock fr.omr diseased- cattle,* infecting children, with ^ienrb^f^i^rhoma. ITewcastTe Chronicle. > ?Sxake BITE.-The Maitland' Mercury says:-Mr3. Carroll, who live?'on the old iiiie of road, abou...
THE LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
THE LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-T with others was very much sur prised and astonished at the conduct of a knot of four or five gentlemen during the Lecture at the Institute last night-gen tlemen who, I think, should have governed their tempers (not to say passions), and not have exhibited their irritability to the annoyance of those interested 'iffithe sub ject before them.; I am. of opinion that if blunt John Smith, with four or five of his friends, had. annoyed a meeting in the same manner in which these gentlemen were interested, they would have talked of turning them out..-- For what that annoy ance was intended I cannot think; there fore I hope an allusion- to it will be suffi cient to prevent its recurrence. Should it,continue, on similar occasions, I have fearforthe prosperity of the Institute. The check put on it by the chairman was well timed and to the point. Hoping the lec tures will be as worthy of as good attend ances for the future as the past, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
NOTICE TO PASTORAL LESSEES! llrownvLands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, 'October 15,1862. ^.OTICE.is hereby given to those 5 *" Lessees of tlie Crown whose runs . ha^e come under the operation of the As sessment on Stock Act since the 1st January last, that payment of the Assess ment due thereon as shown in Gazette Notice of the 24th September last, must .foe-paid on or before the 17th proximo, ' to avoid liability to the twenty five per cent, penalty. f " * ?' H.~ B. T: STRAKGWAYS, ^Commissioner of Crown Lands and ^, Immigration. - ^ VK ^ i * - - * 0 ftOtlCE TO PASTORAL LESSEES. - Crown" Lands and Immigration Office, Adelaide, 15th October, 1862. t-'TW OTICE is hereby given, that the re ^.V.; mainder .of.the: twelve months' as sessment dueon.the lst^July last, and payment of which. was;l allowed to stand -oyer* in terms of Gazette,notice of 26th ! June last, must.be ^aid.oii OK, before the 17th. proximo, to' avoid, liability to the 25-per cent, pen&lty^,/ ,v /. ; H. B. t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
' C. J.; VAtENTlNE, ?' '£ Stock Sc COMMISSION AGENT, penolaand MOSQUITO PLAINS &VC^(A^*&CQMMI^ION 'ABSENT ' -Loans'JSe^Jtidted on Freehold Security. * , .SAJLJB. , About three quarters >f an acre of Land at Kincraigfencea securely with, Paling, Four . Roomed Stone Ottaj^vwath all necessary outbuildings, "well &e^ tjierfion. y Apply to . . ]C. G.DOUGHTY, Land-and Commission Agent, , ?_ _ 4- .;.. ^ '&lt;?, Auctioneer.^ - ~,J-Mount&lt;*ambier. ?s *" ^ 5 " >* ' \y - -""T"* * "®o" Let en lease, a: OE a term of years,;,in'the immediate 14 r neighbourhood of ^ EcDonncll Buy, / 9 " acres of Land, fenced its, with- a atone. house and well thereon: ^ u */ * For par ticulars'&cj. apply .to, *, ; '' ' " DOUGHTY. * ri.s~ ^ f " f.^jha « j y.OR Sale-From 4 .to 600 head of Store ' [1 " Cattle, lew under 3 years or over 5 year-, a very superior well* bred lot. 1800 6 and 8 tooth Wethers 1,500 4 and 6 tooth ^Wether3 ,? > 1,500 Fat Wethers C. G....
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
^Border JFqfcX Office, Thursday1 Eremnff. At Adelaide there has bepn'ari improvement in the wheat market since our last report, some considerable sales having been effected, at' 5s. delivery-at the Fort. There lias been, a very limited business done, bu-there is hd alteration in .price. .Dravloads in town'have-advanced 3d pet lmshel; and are now; worth 4s^9J - l?lour--We; cannot report any sales of con sequent ; the'nominal price is from £11 to £12 per'ton. - , / . ; * . v; Transactions during- the month have been very limited, and prices have gradually receded, but not sufficiently to induce local Speculators to buy, 'lhe attempts that were made to raise prices only gejrveti to withdraw .some of the orders on haucl, and the shipments of the last month are less than half those of the pre ceding. . The approaching harvest promises to be abun dant, and is an increase on all previous.years, added to that on the 1st Decemher'next, on which day the cereal year is; considered by some to b...
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS Lying at the Post Office, Mount Gambier, November 6, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
- LIST'OF UNCLAIMED LEITEUS 1 Lying at' the Post Office, Mount Gambler, November 6, 1862. Barton, George Bretfst, H. and F., Cameron, Alex, I.ime , stone Ridge Carl, E, .v Ellard, George Finnemo e v Foreman, Ed. Frew, Wm. Green, John Gi> bon, James Humphrey, Win. Hunter, George Harper, Willm. Jennings, George Jennings, \\\ illiam Henny, Tiios. Little, Thos. Littlefield, Chas. . Leete, Sam I.; ? - Leahy, James V : Locki.% Mrs. Leary, D. Mclntyre, John Nelson, E. Northen, Ernst O'Brien, Dennis Porter, Tailor Pryor, Win Prescott, Ed. Rapkin, Simeon Robertson, Mr. Sims, John 8kagga, Geo. Sutherland, A; Seymour,'Wm.; Stewart, H. - Taylor, Richd. Ware, Joseph White, Chas. . Wellington, Mr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 7 November 1862
_ '.V -h:*f u TO LET, ASTOKE -House, two rooms, with four acrc80fljaiid,fenced in, situated about a 'mile and a-halffrom the township. For further particulars apply to HUGH MCFABLANE. . - -".812m ;-JF©iv Sale, y~ I7R0M 25 to 30 head of Cattle, consisting of Qaiet Milking Cows, with calves, Ileifers and Steers. Apply to A. MACDONELL, Mount Gambier Hotel. 5th November, 1862. 81 Found OK the Road, between MacDonnell Bay and Mount Gambier, a Bundle of Dra pery, including a pair of Cord Trowsers, and addressed " Mr. Lawrence, MacDonnell Bay." The Owner may have the Bundle by calling at the Office ofthe Bonder Watch> and defray ing the expense of this advertisement. ON Wednesday in Mitchell's Store, a cheque on the Hank of Australasia. May be had on proving property and payinj for this adver tisement on application to the abovp.. NOTICE. : £100 Reward Y^ILL "be given for such information ? ; as-will lead to the conviction of the person, or persons who SET FIRE to and BURNED a portion o...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
MISCELLANEOUS; THE Bubbowa MuabES^The Bur rangOng Courier says .Gq, Sunday morning Dr. Wilkinspn,'oftlii8township, went to, Burrowa, 'pursuant to instruc tious jfrora liiead quarters, to :^khume the body of Daniel Crotty, Marengomailman, who is supposed^to have b^^ tourdered by two men on the Burrowl^pad, about five weeks ago/ The' doct^ fiad a most disgusting duty to perform. ^He appears, nevertheless, to have peVBMpmed.it with skill and"mo§t 8uccessfullyK&r he disco vered^tbat thejman had' ugpn,,ahot,- and that the ball, had entercdtiW.of the ? tem poral. bones; drilling it without fractur ing or smashing it, and afterward passed I through theoeeiput, which it^had spliri I tered in a "dreadful .manner.'^ The man must haye beeri on Ins,, knees when the m uzzle of the p istol was held to his temple I and discharged, for the ball passed down wards, and. is doubtless ^lodged in the: earth.That the poor man was brutally murdered-there canbe »o doubt. 3t ap peats ^eonsistmit^ j^...
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
THE ELECTIONS. As we are not in receipt of our ex pected telegram from Gtiichen Bay, we are therefore unable .to st^B positively whether Messrs.' Hawker and Stow were elected unopposed at the domination, which was to have taken-place at Robe on Wednesday last: but as "we have not heard of any othgj candidate likely to be brought -forward with^a'view to contest the election, it may, we -think, be very safely assumed that both honJgentlemen have now become the representatives of the District of Victoria. |||L
PORT MACDONNELL. (From our own Correspondent.) November l0th 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
"4/A '. - ' 1" 1 ' - , ' ' * t > * i * t - yPORT WiACDONNELL. ' ^ ^ (Frpm.cur own Correspondent.) V, 1 November lpfcii," 1862. . an *ri Hr an Qii 3?riday ^vening last-, the/7 th 'instant, in accordanoe j^ith -placards .which had beefri previously* isbued, a public meeting was h"eM iriCoptaju-French's commodious wlli%bbuse./at 7 'o'clock p.m., for the pur tfose;'ef meeting the intended Parliaiuent ai-y^Vdidates for,our district, viz., tlie jfonj GK. p. .Hawker and; the Hon. E. 1. tovLi. -»Our" world" attended ' en masse.'-' andjinaiii.rfougly elected Captain French as clfiirraani--, . r .:&lt;» ,v . , *' The' chairaian briefly stated 'for what purple the .meeting had been convened, and forthwith introduced the hou». can didatedi, It would be needless for me to recapitulate' the staten\euts,made by the hon. gentlemen, as thpir, addresses to pre - fvious meetings in ,other, portions of the 'r district have already appeared^ in print. and by this lime are as familiar" ps hous...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The CHOPS.--The wheat crops in our locality continue tolook very well-and pro mising: butthe, dry weather willing against the oats,,which would be miich benentted by nun. Oats ore now worth* 10s. a bushel on Mount Gainbier. It is not often that we ciy. out for the want of rain in this locality: but at present we would not object to a little soaking. TASSE&T'akd FxixMoxoExuora ESTABLISH MENT.-Mr. William Weill \s erecting a Tannery and Fellmongering Establishmenton The Mount. The building is titi^gdlriitoev diately behind the Lutheran Chioa^^iBi^n oii a somewhat large scale. This brtoih'ol manufacture veiy much. requiriedhereV and which we hope mil prove as profitable - to the projector as we believe it will be found conve nient to the locality. We wish all success to the enterpriseofMr. -Wehl. Tabpesswa RACKS.-Attention is directed to an alteration whichlias been made in the date of these races" The time, is now fiied for Tuesday, January 6th- v -v . Sr. ...