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LOCAL COURT. Thursday, 6th November. Before G. B. Scott. Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
LOCAL COURT, /" Thursday, 6th November. ?-> Before G. B. Scott. Es&lt;j., John Williams appeared in answer to a summons for.assaulting his.wife. There beiag no appearance of complainant:, the ease was dismissed. \ Friday, 7th Not. Before G-. B. Scott, Esq... and- J. Biddoch, \\ Esq., J.P. * A*man was charged with" being drunk and'incapable, and was-fined 5a'.', . ^ Before- J.ORiddoch, Esq. " - V- Charles Seymour was chargcd by Mr. Inspector Scott with being .unlawfully t>n the premises of Mrs. Woolley late on the previous night. Prisoner cotild* not satis factorily account for his being "there, and was fined £1*. 'j '' . Monday, jNor.\10th. ; , "Henry P^ircc was ,charged, by «Jnhn Williams with bein^ unlaivfully on his premises on . the. night of the 8th instant. Prosecutor said thatthe prisoner insulted his wife, but did not - wish to press tfie charge. P. T. Jones said that, the pris oner was under theinfluence of liquor, that he did not. think; be had any . feloniou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
PRHSTGS-Impounded by E. Leake, Esq., I Brown colt, 5 off shoulder Brown filly, C off shoulder and rump Roan gelding, 8 near shoulder, W off shoulder CM - Impounded by J. Wallis, Esq. Brindle and white cow, H off rump Yellow cow, CC near rump Brown and white steer, like fC near rump Ptraw erry cow, JMK near ribs OP RINGS-Impounded by E. Leake, Esq.. ^ Bay gelding I-C near snoulder, like E off shoulder If not claimed to be sold on the 14th ^November. By Mr. Livingston. Red and white heifer, 'JT off thigh, II noar rump . ? Yellow and white stag, RS off ribs White bullock, X (m circle) near rump, M near shoulder (Worker) Black liullock, - SSS off ribs, like w near ribs, (worker) 4 - - If not claimed to be sold on 24th November. JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. ' TO THE HtyKjR. I.: STjOW.. I Sir,*- " ' jfchei .Undersigned: Electors of the ;j*J &lt;:Dwpricfc d£ mctcai^i aespectfully request * tWat, you will, all6\v yourself to be placed in/nomination afe the approach ing General Election...
The Border Watch, Published every Friday marning. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1862. DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
letter .. Publishedevery ^ridaymarning. x , jpRIDAY tfOVEMBER J3, 1S62. \ % - X*' . , - , . . ''jgW BIREC^ AND IJSTDIEECT , ?p&ATIOB".' SELDOM, have we heard the' principle® of political economy expounded in^o*'clear, concise, and popular a- manner; as was' done on Thursday lastby-the two talented i .mfen, on whose unipmosed' return as our, representatives weiNaave reason' to con gratulate ourselves. The yariety of topics brought, forward,. and the - short time available for expounding them;;-Rendered the discussion . of each, necessarily' very brief: but the cordialunanimity evinced by the electors, proved that th&dandidates \ had succeeded in carrying cpnyictjon tQ: their minds. ^Nothing could be more felicitous tharicMr. Hawker's .enunciation of the advantages of indirect over direct taxation. The chief virtue-is, as the bon. gentleman observed, that it enables us to tax ourselves; in other words, to regulate our expenditure by our means. Indirect taxation, theref...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, Nov. l0th. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
ABHITAL OF THE K JffCJMSI* MAIL (From our own correspondent.) Adelaide, Nov. lQth. 8 p.m. . Eoupell, the late member of Parliament, pleaded guilty,'and has been sentenced to penal servitude for life. The distress, in Lancashire still in creases prodigiously. The first Australian remittance has been received. .* The formal betrothal, of. the Prince of Wales to the Princess of Denmark has taken place at Brussells. v The state of Ireland is every. day more alarming. Murders are perpetrated in open day light," and are screened and abetted by peasantry. . Archbishop. of Canterbiiry dead, also | Earl EUesmere. ' I
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
. ^JGENERAL NEWS, r SHOULD' Doas PAT TAXES ?-Many people allow dogs to increase in numbers more from a natural dislike to destroy* thenvwhen young, than from a desire to add to their number. An annual tax would no doubt induce such persons to get rid of all useless, curs- by some means or another. It~is possible, however, that the collection of such'a tax might be a matter of some difficulty; and: might be the means of producing much bad blood when stringent means were adopted to enforce payment. PRINCIPLES OF BREEDING.-The ques tion '* What' are the true and scientific principles . of. breeding" is second in im portance to none, in a country, one of whose chief exports is wool; and there is no question which stands more in need of thorough, ventilation; for}the amount of ignorance of the theory and practice of breeding which prevails eveu amongst breeders is -perfectly astonishing, and there is probably no subject of any kind on which suelTa wide-spread and deep rooted prejudice ex...
AGRICULTURE.- ” AGRICULTURE“- /- ” AGRICULTURE.“ [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
»f* -w * ^~ Vv4 V v - / - " AGRICULTURE." -fi VCV'tK* '. " ' ?*** : % . 'iJ ' THE stateof, farmiu^ in.Califaroio, our great rival in gold-mining* must I e at alt times in teresting to the agriculturists of Australia. In the Times-of. the 6th of-'Auiiusfi, there Js a letter from "'to own correspondent in San Pran cisco, dated 22nd, June, from-/which some useful information may be gleaned concerning the mining agricultural, and pastoral interests of the Golden State. The information is the mire valuables aguide to us, that the effects of the war in the Eastern States had not as yet affected the material interests f of ,the popula tion. The* only war tax which had come into play was a poll tax of two dollars per head, -which had , been cheerfully paid, the great majority of the population adhering to the Union, without however, making any attempt to molest those who entertained opposite sent iments. " The gold miners are said; ,to. produce as largely as ever, and the new silver mines o...
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE. The following is a statement of the various sums voted for the South-Extern, District, during the past Parliament. .They are votes for the SouthnEasterh District, exclusive of Govern ment. Departments-such as Magistrates, Police, &c., and are extracted from the Esti mates passed in I860, 1861, and 1862. 1860. £ s. d. Excess for Telegraph from Penola to Mount Gambier, and Moa ... quito Plains Wells - ... -53 0 0 Second Telegraph Wire-Adelaide to Mount Gambier - ...1,926 0 0 ' \Ditto, ditto second moiety .3,500 0 0 Port MacDonnell Jetty and Road to. Penola ...3,OO0$EQO Robe Town Road ... .. ...1,000 '0 0 Total * £9,479 0- ,0 . -. J861. . .... Excess for Bridge over . Reedy Creek, Mos quito Plains .... 51 0 0 Postal.Service Bi-weekly postal com munication between * , Adelaide and "the District, of Victoria - 1,100 0 0 . Public WorktP^- . -k4*" ; New punt at Welling-. . tonforcrossingfrom . S. £. District ... * 600 0 0 Custom Houses, Port . MacDonnell. . ...
LATER Red Sea, October 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
LATER Bed Sea; October 4th. ' A. great battle has been, fought in Maryland. ., Confederates were beaten. Twenty thousand'!; killed.'and wounded, They have retired, across the Potomac. The revolution in Italy is over; Garibaldi is slowly recovering.. PrcfessorPartridge has been sent from England to attend him. . The'latt'telegram states that an am» nesty has been granted to .Garibaldi and his followers..
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
- THE ELECTIONS. We abbreviate, from the Adelaide papers^' the;following "bird's-eye view" of the candi- j dates aiid 'districts concerned in the forthcom- ( ing Elections:- - J - , | VICTORIA.-This district is sacred to Messrs Hawker'and B. I: Stow, who hunt in couple i and are unopposed. East Adelaide.-Two candidates, Mr. Bou caut and Mr. Parkin, areannounced. "West Adelaide.-Mr, Emanuel Solomon lias' nailed his colors to the mast, and will never say " die." Mr. T. Elder, Mr. Graves Mr, Faulding, and some other well-known gentlemen, have been solicited^toj^stand, but have refused. *" 1 Port Adelaide.-The only members^at preseht in the field are the rigorous-eyed P. 3.' Coglin-whose seat is tolerably. secure -and Capt. ilart,. whose seat is also secure should nobodj^ppposehim. .West Torren8.rrAlas! Wests Torrens. Its glory is departed. .Magarey cannot stand, an^Stow will not. West Torrens invites Mapxey and Stow to a banquet; but it is a funeral feast; and 'its merriment like- a ,c...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE LECTTJBE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-The conduct, of a few gentlemen during the late Lecture on Phrenology has been so universally condemned that it is not necessary for me now to dilate either upon its wanton cruelly or un generousness, but I have a desire to ex press my disapprobation of the wrong done to our hoary-headed fellow-colonist, and ^at - the !same time tender a little respectful advice to thoeo'implicated. The Kaballah Bays that a lowerand ffcr. ?more revolting degree - of imoeumesB attaches to the moral and physical impurity of a priest-of a holy man, orof a vessel devoted to sacred 'use/, than to the im purity of a man or vessel of Iower?sahc fcity. ? p Especially is this true with regdrctto the WORLD'S ESTIMATION OF THE HIGH VO CATION OF ITS TEACHEHS. Far be hard ness of heart and uncbaritableness from us, but let us not aid in the erection of whited sepulchres. You who are gone forth as Priests to serve in our blood-b...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
, AMERICA, Federals have been thoroughly beaten at Bull's Hun again. Twenty eight thousand were killed and wounded. The Federals were completely routed, and fled to Washington. * : Baltimore joins the South. The Confederates have advanced into Maryland, " and occupy . Frederick the capital, and Hagerstown in Pennsylvania. General McClellan has been appointed to the. (jommaijd at Washington. - Lincoln's Government is falling to pieces. The drafting of the militia given up as hopeless.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
Must & Co., MEBCHANTS AND COMMISSION AGENTS, PORT MACDONNELL. NATIONAL BANK OF- AUSTEAL v , - . ASIA,.' -? .. Agentafor MacDonnell Bay, ? THOS.. MUST & CO. AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE COMPANY. ' l. THOS. MUST & CO. ' Agents. Settlers Supplies. ri^HE UNDERSTGNKD have on Sale at i their Stores, Settlers Supplies of every description, including - W°olpacks, arsenic Dray covers, bluestone , . Twine and needles, corrosive sublimate Sheep shears, spirits tar . Turkey stones, raddle . . . Foot-rot knives, &c^ &c., &c. ;?>, R;, THOS. MUST & ,qo., Port Macl)onncli, 24th October, 1862. o N SALE, at the Stores of the Under % signed- - '' ' "WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. , Tea ? Sugar Coffee^ Spices Pickles Sauces' Mustard :Yinegar Capers Herrings ?? Salmon Sardines, liaisins - Currants Figs Tapioca Sago Oatmeal Arrowroot Rice Maccaroni Starch ?'Blue Soap Whiting. . Blacking Soda Candied peel Bottled fruit . Currv powder Ground ginger Pearl barley P...
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS Lying at Post Office, Port MacDonnell [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
LIST OF UNCLAIMED- LETTERS Lying.at Post Office, Port MacDonnell '.[ Alison, W. R. Sandiford, Jno. i Edwards, Thos, ' Spain, JoWi 1 Follett, W.' White, IfipOtam' McDonnell, John WesteiidiM^Joseph McDonnell, Christina Williams/J-hos. - I Pad'ney, Henry .. . »| . ? ? ? ? r ^ VXCXMXED SHIP and Retdbsed LETTERS I lying jat .the .General .Post Office, .Adelaide^ October 31:- ' \ Ackroyd, William, care' jof Mr. Rochfort, Mount Gambier. , Auder3on and WatsbrijMfc. Gambier. - ? Bnhck, T. W.A., Kjncr^j'Mosquito Plains. Carr, John, Mount*&&&bier. De Walton, Henry,llosqmtfJPIain9. ! Fenton,'*Thomas, ReedyCreek. Hardy, Wm;,~Mobnt Gambier.V Leftch, pfiafle?, dor J. McKenzie^^Pi, . care of'MfWallis, Mount Gambier Station/ ^ > V McMasteiv William^PgjioliL ..J ' jSreleon,Eze^ : f . Beid, Robert^A.^ R«be Town." ^ ; Sherlock,' Panola. : - . Smith, Jam^fJ^ber, ^- r --;'*^v ' Taylor, John, sheepfarmer, Biscuit Flat, nefarGuichen-Bay. >;^Watter, Mr., Mouni Gambier^ ? ' West...
SHIPPING. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED, [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
* / .SHIPPING. . -. ? "MAODONI^BLL BAT. ' ' , ABBIVKO, v7: November 2-Ant,(s.s.) 87 tons, Snewin, master, fpom Forts Adelaide and Robe, with 19 passengers; 12 .for Kobe, 7 for Port ! Macuonnell. "W-f ; DEPABTC BUS. ^November 3-Ant, (s.s.) 87 tons, Snewin, master, for Ports Itobe and Adelaide. Pas sengers, in the cabin-Sirs 'Young, M»s. Gordon and sister, Messrs* Burton, Clarke and Rochfort; in .the steerage, Murphy and Allen. CABGO INWARDS. . Per Ant from Port Adelaide-269 pkgs. merchandise and duty paid, £ cask wine, 1 case brandy, 2 c. 3ea, ^Browne; 3 eases, 1| cask, Croucn. From Port Kobe, nil. . CABGO OUTWARDS, v.-tPcr Ant for Port Robe~-191 posts, 1 box ^ buttery 5 bags crushed wheat, 1 case, 16-sheets galvd. iron. -? ,, , VUSSEL8 IN HARBOR. $ iGov. schooner "Yata'a," Carson, master, ' engaged with moorings', , tVJSSSELS 'ixPECTED.' ..'. Jet," schooner*^ from Melbourne, from Vwinch .port she sailed Thursday. " , PBOJECTF.p, DEPAKTUBJBS. . V~/*«Yatala in all this week* for "Port...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
?-J I ,C, J. VALENTINE, ' ' | / ' STOCK & COMMISSION AGENT, PENOLAAND MOSQUITO PLAINS "'C.'-VCJ-i- -iftoiii^Irtyv AUfcTIOlpIER & COltGSr^tO^ AGENT .11. -* -". , ..J;!. ,; Xoatis, Kegbtiated onjFreeboiiJ' Security. '1 | ?''J;* ' , ^AboutthreequartersofanacreofLand at) - Kutccugv fenced securely -with Paling, Pour .: RoomecL Stone Cottage, with alL necessary outbuildings, well &c., thereon. :. * ' , * Apply to . " - ;C: G. DOUGHTY, v ^and and Commission Agent, ^ . Auctioneer. .. "MountGambier. ..., To Ii«»t JLe^e,. (/OR, a term of yeani,- in the'immediate neighbourhood of MacDonnell Bay, 79 , \ ^ acres of Land, fenced in, with;,a' stone house I ''end well thereon. - ??* - I For particulars &c, apply to "J a G. DOUGHTY. ; * - * . . ^-r ~p OR,Sale-From 4 to; 600 head of Store. P 1 Cattle, few under 3 years or over 5 year--, - * very superior well-red. lot. 1800'6 end Smooth Wethers I,5004an&lt;lt6 tooth- Wethers 1,500" Fat Wethers C. G. DOUGHTY. !...
MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
MOTJOT GAMB1BR MARKETS. The following are. the latest quotations, at our mills Mount Gambier Mill, , Thursday evening Nov. 13.-flour, .1 Adelaide"r price ; - Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do. $Wheat, 4s per bushel* .' ^ Victoria, ^team Mills;' Thursday evening Nov. 13.-Flour, £12 103 pet' ton; ^ pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £4 do.Barley, 5s 6d pe bushel; Oats,none; Crushing^6dper*bushel.
COMMERCIALS MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
COMMERCIALS MARKETS. . Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. Anaccountof all Goods imported and cleared -?. for home. consumption at Port MacDonnell duringthe month ending 25th October, 1862. -,, ^ Duty Paid, * Imported from Victoria. " / Yalue. :'Duty. /Perfumed'Spirits, 5.2*32 .'gallons,.proof ... £19 10- £2 10 8 "Wine, 8 do. do. ... 7,0 0 16 0 -Cigars^lb. ... ;;5 0 ,18 0 >^sitdoi., ? &lt; ; "Fjiee Goons.. - " Apparel and Slops, 7 boxes, 1 rarcel £70 0 Bootsand Shoes, 10 trunks, 31, boxes, * - 72 doz. prs. '.;* ... 290 0 Bricks, viz.-Fire,5O0 c 8 0 Candles, 25 lb:* ... _ > ... 2 0 r'Carnages, 1 ?- 40 0 Confectionery,'4ijases46 o '.Corks, 8 bales »' ... ~ ... 70 Gtitlery and Hardware, 4 cases ... .'-80 0 Drapeiy, Slpikgs:-; ; ... 1263 0 . Drugs, .! casfcj-lpkge, 2-cases ... 27 5 ( Earthenware and, China, 3 cases, 2 ctates J - " ... " * 100 0 g JHinntdre 12 pkg% 6 cases ??'81 10 Glass and Glassware, 8 cases,' 2 boxes' 44 0 Gunpowder, 300 lb. Q 0 * Iron, viz.--Manufr. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
BIRTH —At Glenelg River, on the 8th inst., &nbsp; Mrs. H.E. Wells of a son. MARRIED —By license, on Tuesday, 11th Nov., 1862, at the residence of Mr. McElroy, &nbsp; Penola, by T. A. Woods, Esq., District Registrar, William Hill to Sarah Harman. MARRIED —By license, on Tuesday, 11th Nov., 1862, at the residence of Mr. McElroy, Penola, by T. A. Woods, Esq., District Registrar, James Been, to Sarah Bagnell. &nbsp;
POLICE COURT. Friday, Nov. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 14 November 1862
POLICE COURT. ; -Friday, Nov. 7. - The Hon. thie Attorney-General (R. I. Stow) presided .on the Bench, along with H. Seymour,0fi8q., J.P. DESERTING A WIFE. &nbsp; Donald Smith v. Donald McEachern. &nbsp; Donald Smith laid an information against. his son-in-law, Donald McEachern, for deserting his wife, and leaving her without the means of lawful support. He stated that McEachern had been living with him at Garnett Hill, and that on the 3ra of November last he had left his housed He had done soon the pretence 'tfiat he had to come into the M ount, in order to pay money intothe Police Court. His wife wanted to go with' him, as she was afraid that he would spend the money, instead of apply in^ it to its Intimate, purpose. She had &lt;£4 of°the money,and he' endeavoured to get it from ^er^P#!ie would not give'it to him, as 8heT3sa9;^Bnw^l»^ would spend it in drink. He then went|awayj, returned on the Wed nesday.and vvent off again on-the* Thursday. When he goes o...