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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. From the Home News, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

. >r^kTEST--E0]TOEEAW IStEWS.^ ^ '"^V' 'sfe-^*'''*' "* * '""?"':-' * * er 26. date' of» .pur last* publication it ^^KU^Jbandqn Jiis"pdaitioii-in: £be ^eiiin Town; and, we shortly after V ^^3l.Tearnedrthat iie Had actually adopted %i;|b^^etrpgrade mare$X 'It appeal's thai;' 15, ifeasojiTotiis retreat. He ^'Acovftd not .inaintain his position, and ,- IVife^ipgtpn f was in .peril. - Stonewall v "' Had Ijrossed'theBapidan, and was .r' outllan^m^ JPbpe, with tlie intention of. attacking ithiS ied&ral, capital. Pope, no5 rr 'lon^r gbl© ta hold his -ground on the ^apidan, had withdrawn his troops, and ;i§^g&bg \thet^ppahanjaock, established, Vbjmself" onthe ^ north bank. M'Clellait, , the meanwhilei landed at Ac'quia-Creek, " ^ete heihoped to effect u jniictioh with ^ &o§ej 'Xti^asnow evident that Virginia *, i^^^aBd^t^ become $ie battle-ground oh J |[|i£H^tl^ to be fought, * - pe^bapa decided; - The.Confederates were C the Federals .qxi _ tho south-bank of jf tE...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

NOTICE-£2 REWARD. COST from MacDonnell Bay,, Ten head of Horses; One blackHorse, branded C off shoulder, with small star One. bay .Mare, L off shoulder, star do. - One brown Mare, L off shoulder, with larg0 foal One bay Mare, L off shoulder, with large foal, .two., year and J half. old, branded L oft shoulder : . One dark-bay Poney, with foal, branded Wp near shoulder ? 1 JOHN' Locke, 83tc ' ' ? ' Owner of the Horses .-* " . » ; r rf^HE Highest Market Pricc given for Wool, " Sbcepsliins,-and Hides. . ?. W. ORCHARD, 83cm . ' MacDonnell Bay. VtTANTED, by a Married Couple, a situa * * tion on a Station as Cook or General Servants. Apply immediately at the office of this paper. I OR SALE, two alloments, MacDonnell Bay, facing the Parade, near Locke's Hotel. ... C. G. DOUGHTY. Pvsiic . Avcxxoar.' C.} a AS .Received instructions to Sell by . Public Auction^ on, FRIDAY, 28th i NOVEMBER, at the ' * , MOUNT QAM BIER HOTEL; A Dray and Six Bullocks, bowa, yokes and chains. i Plough 1 set Harro...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEETOTAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

TEETOTAL MEETING. 1 ah t i < A, °? Monday evening n large number of |he inhabitants attended at the School) Eoota, to bear an address from Mr E H. Derrington on Tee total ism. I vas well^lled, and Mr. & Flunkefc was called to the chair The Chairman shortly explained the objects of errington °Pened it with a short^prayer. Mr.- A. . Adams, the Secretory, said Ladies and Gentlemen: I am happy to see-euch ameeting. * It is little to our ? credit that we have -not met oftener, as we,. used to do week. We had' mabyffceetotalers some iime since, besides the Band of Hope, andLconsider it the , dutrjr of parents to dome forward with i their cpudren/and I now hope we stare jgiyn ,in full. vigour.. We have a more hvely prospect now. than for some time. During the last three weeks 16 new c members have joined; and as I can see a 1 number^ here who-have not taken the r pledge, I should advise them to do so and they'll find it will greatly encqura-e the weaker minds, and 'if th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EUROPEAN NEWS TO OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

EUROPEAN NEWS TO , OCTOBER 4. : I The "Wonga Woriga arrived punctually I with the English, mail early on' Monday morning. We subjoin, from various sources, the chief items of the month's! news ; and also telegrams via the JRed : $ea, dated London. October 4 :-r ) j The pivil^'War in America .rages with i more intensity than ever; and, as a con I sequence of it, in England the disastrous effect of this state of things on the cot ton districts is increasing every day. i Their state is literally deplorable. There are now thousands of families in Man [ cKesfcer,: Blackburn, Rochdale, Preston, Wigan and other similar towns," living upon 3s. Gd. to 6s. a week. The total number in receipt of relief of one kind or another in the .74 Unions affected by the cotton famine is 2G0,000, of whom about 150,000 are relieved by rates, and 110,000 by local benevolent. Committees. The weekly cost of parochial outdoor relief in these districts is £8,532. ..The marked alteration in the daily aspect of th...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

" £ , "LATEST' INTLBL?GEK-CE. >Tne.City of Sydney- iwasi wrecked on Jbcr passage to Sydney.' She went to .pieces irianhour. Tlie passfengerswere saved, but, lost eye?y|jirjg .belonging to Th^Hfleraptf lost their uniforms Jjtod rifles. The'barid escorted "theftrhome; Imeyhada narrow escape: " ^ * " ' . i ^ * <? *1 >\ Mail robberies fiare etia^ery fashion-. able in- Kew^South; iWaies. Very re Cently the B&thursttui.ail was, robbed by three In en." .^egist^Sii" letters, knd notes were_token. . One passenger.who resisted. was'seveifelyChiudled/ Ifeiskrejoorted that the coach .was^tmraras stopped by aa Qtber-gang' of. robbers, wlro ill-used the Passengers in. revenge-for the absence * of booty! -*A gang of bushrangers have been [. committing depredations .on the Mudgee-. road:. _ i*- At'Mef&qSarne, on Nov. 7th, the Gov ernor opened'Parliament. In his speech he -'refers - to the Local Councils Billr MunicipalAmendtnent .Bill, consolidation of the criminal ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

MOUNT GrAMBlER MARKETS. The following or 2 the latest quotations at our mills;- . .. Mount Gambier Mill,' Thursday evening Nov- 13.-Hour, Adelaide price; Pollard £5 per ton ;v Bran, £5 do. ; Wheat, 4s per bosneL' Victoria 'team Mills, Thursday evening Nov. 1 3.-Fl"our,: £r2 10s per ton; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £4 do^: Batley, ,5s G4 pe bushel; Oats;none; Crushing,6dperbusheh

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN VINO VERITAS. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

IN VDTO VERITAS. - (To tbc Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-I accidentally came across the following extract, and think it worthy of insertion in the " Border Watch" :-Good wine is a cordial, a good, cordial, a fine stomachic, and, taken at its proper season,; invigorates mind and body, and g yes life on additional charm. There can he fmrid no substitute for the fermented liquors that can enable man to sustain the mental and ^odily labour which the artificial habits of so cietv so constantly demand. ^Temperance and moderation are virtues essential to our happi ness; but a total abstinence from the enjoy ments which the bounteous hand of nature has provided, is as unwise as it is ungrateful. If, on the one, hand, disease and sorrow attend the abuses-of alcoholic liquors, innocent gaiety ad ditional strength and power of mind, ana in creased capability of encountering the ever varying agitations of life,are amongst the many good results which spring from a well-regulated diet, in whi...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

l" - « ^ A -K -J - off shoulder". - If not claimed to be sold on tfie By* ;Miv; Livingston.' - /;'? ^". Red and white *hwferjl; yT£ off thigh, If. near | ' romp * ' *>"* , ~ * -4 I Yellow and whitestag,RS off tibs: < 1 " - ,^ White bullock, X^(in circle) near rnmp,vM Black bullock,' SSS off ribs, like » near ribs, (worker) ,4, " . ' J If not claimed tobe sold on 24t&^bvember. EJECTION 309-Impounded at the public ^ -^ound, Section 309, Mount jGrambier, Redand> white spotted snaily steer,'near ear \ marked, no brand visible * ? * JBIack . arid ? white ' cow, 2 near ribs,'_jllegible j&">> brand off shoulder - , '"l. ~ 'Eed and wbite sheetybullock, AT off Bhouldery < V^fi.eafribs *",\ White'tmllock, GS off ribs,^!*' °ff Tnmp, - 1 nearTump-; ' .= -**."*; StrawbeiTy/biulbck^laBie ito near hind leg,off ear slit, no~brand vi&iblt 1 "' ?? 1 Dark red ball,1 no brand visible ' - Yellow and white cow, 2near ribs,lik'e j^T off . shoulder ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

ionib Australian '' - .' ' ' , ." "1^1 Ri MITCHELL has pleasure in announc" -*"-®~4ing totba'slnbabitantsof Mount Gam bier sndsSurroundiDg^districts^ that he has just received a Large and well selected Stock of SEASONABLE GOODS, which he will offer fqr. Sale at Prices tliac will ensure a speedy ^sale, and give.satisfaction to the pur chasers. ? Itfo/ero'er, 1862. - 83tc " Engineer's Office, " Mount Gambier. rpENDERS Mtrili-.be -received, by th\ undersigned until noom of Monday,e December 1st; for Grubbing and Clearing Timoer of£aboiiti7 miles of Road on main line .to Penpla, commeneing at the Blue, iake, Mi. Git'Wb'ier. . W. B. COFLTHAED, ^ .Assistar.t Engineer S. ]E, I3isf rict Kov. 20tb, X868, SCt ODDYRELLOWSMIK f IIHE Members of thel.O.O.F.M.TJ. are * informed that a LECTURE will be delivered at theLodge Room, Host South's, on MONDAY, NOTEMUER 2-1TII, 1S62, by P.G. Br. BTJllCHAH. . Subject-" Oddfellowship, its Origin, Development, Principles and Practice." The PROCEEDS of the LEC...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEEKLY HOLIDAY. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

i , + _ -\r r. ., '. WEEKLY HOLIDAY. ' / (To the Editor of the Border Watch!) Mr. Editor,-I came across the other day:, the fragment of anewapaper published some where on the other side of the Border, and in it there was an article taken from a Castle maine paper in regard to the storekeepers of that place haying unanimously agreed to closie their places of business on Thursdays, as a weekly holiday! . .3^aw, Mr. Editor, couldvnofr something of this sort be also accomplished on The Mount, thereby allowing: those who felt so inclined to go and try to exterminate the pests of the squatter and farmer, the kangaroo; instead of on Sundays, as ia-often the case ;^or allowing those who. felt so inclined, to play Cricket, or any other manly sport that miglit be suggested; I am of opinion myself that this could be carried oufc-here !were it made pvblic for some time, before comi ng into opera tion, as thereby people living at a distance would know, and study no to come to the Mount on that d...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

GENERAL VICTORIA MAIL SEEVJCE.-Messrs 1 Vines and Butler have obtained the con I tract for ^thet Mail service oftheyearl$63. "We understand;fith^fc this firnrarenot j connected mtjh^the proprietary:- of! the present Mail gprvice/and 'that 'iiextyear thereislikely to be an oppositionline runnings as. Mr Hoyt' witl continuev/his ' passenger coaches against the mail coaches pf the new ^ contractors.. the .result of this VaU^of cduree, be a considerable re duction in .ihe price of, the fare, which hitherto has certainly ruled very high. Daring all the' winter ^months. the fare between thier and Ballarat has been £5, a price which Ave are quite: sure{has pre vented many, people from.visiting, town. |-Spectator. . j _ Era: II u nils a.-The ^^conoini^^. says that in its issue~ of 10th extracted from the Bfbbane, Courier a' statement of the statisticalreturns of sheep and vwool in the two., colonics. bf South" Australia and Queensland, from' which it was inferred that the climate of-the lat...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1862. THE RESOURCES OF MOUNT GAMBIER. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1862. THE RESOURCES OF MOUNT GABBIER. IF nature- has denied to us that mineral wealth which has covered some of the waste places of Victoria in a few years with' populous anJ.' busy towns, and has also placed us, at a disadvantage with respect to good harbours op, our coasts, she has more than compensated for these drawbacks in giving us a soil unrivalled, in many respects, in any. of the colonies. If agriculture can be made, a remunerative occupation in any. portion of Australia, that portion, undoubtedly, is Mount Gam bier. The, districts around Adelaide are exhausted, so far aB wheat-growing is concerned, and .their yield is not lialf that of Mount Gambier. Even the, beautiful and -favoured- region-" around Hamilton yields an average of only 18 bushels per acre in ?- a good year, whereas Moun| Gambier produces as much as from 15 to 50, or an average of 30 bushels to* the acre. Surely, therefore, there must be "something rotten i...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) Penola, Nov. 19th, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) Penola, Nov. 19th, 1862. ' The weather is very sultry, occasion ally accompanied by hot winds, and we want some raiu very badly, though not quite sq heavy as they have in the new colony of Queensland; I have just heard from a private individual there, of a fall of 20 inches in 38 hours. - Corregan has been sent across the Border to Horsham ; it is to be hoped he may not have his liberty to appear on this side for some time to come. . A petition is in. course of signature here, having for its object to obtain a Reserve from the Government for the use of the inhabitants.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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LONDON WOOL REPORT. September 24, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

LONDON. WOOL REPORT. September The third series of sales this year com menced on the 31st- July, and closed 6th September. The total-quantity catalogued consisted of 29,772 bales Sydney ; 25,854 bales PortPhillip; 9243 bales Van Diemen's Land; 8998 bales Adelaide ; 15,826 bales ' bales New Zealand; 133 bales Swan River; 15,858 bales Cape. Total, 105,184 bales, being the largest number of; bales ever catalogued in one series. - . It is remarkable that so large a sale should have found".ready KuyeriS throughout at such uniform rates, .the on}j -objection being faulty and inferior sorts, wfoch about the middle, of the sales were in favours ofthe buyer, and several large parcels were .withdrawn. For air.good and .well-grown flocks the competition was spirited throughout, and to wards the enu of tne sales all better descrip tions were in demand at rather higher rates, "It is worth noting that the "high price - of cotton has hot led to any "speculative demand in our market,when the low ra...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. FARMERS' CLUB. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

ORIGINAL GGiiRESPOtfDENCE. . FARMERS' CLUB. . , (To .the .Editor of the Border Watch.) rj Sir,-I was pleased to notice from last Border Watch, that there is now a probability of having. a .Farmers'^. Club; established ' at Mount Gambier. ..That those CJiibs do a vast amount of good cannot be doubted, as by their means miicn Valuable information is diffused amongst the agricultural class. What ought to be more interesting.to an intelligent and well-doing farmer than to learn now his neighbour produced so much better crops.than he couldor how it came.to pass that another, with possibly a better soil, had' his crop smutty, and withal had a poor return ; these, and many other particulars in connection with farming, can only be ascertained by parties meeting aud in friendly, conversation compare uotes. Probably, too, some one of. more learning and experience than his brethren, may read an occasional paper upon agriculture, and thus greatly, enhance the attractions of such a Club. Buti Si...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IN IRELAND (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

AGRARIAN "OUTRAGES IN IRELAND (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) '? Sir,-In the items of Home news'in your last issue my attention was directed to a paragraph referring to agrarian outrages in Ireland, which says The state of Ireland is becoming every day more and more alarming. Murders are perpetrated in open day light, ,and are screened aijd abetted by the Peasan try.'!. ? The;first two items of this intelligence 1 believe to be correct; the latter I emphati cally deny. , Not as a prejudiced Irishman, but as one who "knows the real state of affairs, and in a spirit of fair play, I consider it a slur on my fatners. _That.the state of Ireland i? alarming, there can'be no possible doubt, inasmuch as thcre are liundreds, nay thour sands of poor' creatures perishing of actual starvation, though' I believe that:is not the real cause of. alarm, and that there- are mur ders committcdin open daylight I believe alsof and furthermore. X believe they will be com-; mitted so long , as ever t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE CONFEDERATE INVASION OF THE FEDERAL STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

THE COl^EDERATE IOTASI03NT OF^/HE FEDERAL STATES. It is very difficult to say, from' tho news, brought by the City of New York", what is the precise position of the Confederate and "Federal forces. The Confederates.are stated to have occupied ^Frederick- and ffagerstown, and >to,'have advanced to Green Castle, Pennsylvania. . It i& also' reported* bovever'tbat -laoth Hagersfown and Frederick h>ve been evacuated by them and'oceupied by General M'Clellan. According* to news'.telegraphed' to jCape Jfcace on the 16th" a Battle was "going " on fchatjday between S ha rp Ui'g and -Middka biirg^a spot riortli-westr of?" Harper?js FeTHKfjtnd"soutli of Careen Ga^fele. , It was. also said thaCt^o Federal force at H^orV /ti'ry had Jfe'sn completely 'aurrojizided. i60p .tavalry ;Lad;v 6scaped, bat tbe re^j mainder of th&troojw would,be compelled to surrender.^' ' ' * ? ' * ** ' r The Confederates are stated ,to be? re-' cruiting in Maryland, and General vLee. had issued a" ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE KABALLAH. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

THE KABALLAH. V (To the Editor of thclSorSer Watch.) i Sir,-In your last paper I persaved some remarks made about the>late Lecture/but bein a poor Irishman thatjiad no practice at book Iarnin or anything o' that sort for inany a long day, I suppose you will say I'm not tellin you lies when I tell you 11 could not makehead nor tale of it, as, the say in is. Tgoton purty well1 until i came to the Kaballa; but there faith[l was obleaged to make apayriod. By the power8, tlien, but Mr. Catholic must be a mighty larned man entirely. I suppose he got through the whole coorse of 'rithmetic and 'jommetliry afore lie could have anything to.' do in that branch. ~ I know I never hard I the whole coorse of my mortial life cithern the cullony's or in the^ould counthry anything i about such things. Arrah, then, I dunnjyMr. Edither, could you prevale on. him at&U to explane the manin of all thim hard words, and if he would, let us know what does his letther mane at all, and yott;3vould m...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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SHIPPING. MACDONNELL BAY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

[ACDONSTELL BAY. ARBIVED. - -, November 13-Ant, (e.s.). 87 tons, Snewin, pinaster, from Ports Adelaide and Kobe; 26 f passengers. November 17-Jet, schooner, Beynon, from ^Melbourne and Portland. DEPASTURES. Nov. 13-Ant, (s.s,), Sneifin, for Port Ade laide via Port Kol e. CaUn passengers-Miss Barnctt,. Mrs.' Ridgway, Mr. Wehl, Mr. Kekwick. Steerage-Messrs. Weir, Horton, Bothley. ? CA.BGO INWARDS. ? ;<5*er Ant-r-Froin Port Robe, nil. Prom Port "Adelaide-^! 19 pkgs merchandise, and duty -paid; 1£ cask, Gay: 1 keg, Wehl: 2 hhds, South: 9 cases, 2 casks, 2 cases, Grist; 1£ cask C/E, 1 hhd, C/y, l^casl^ Long, 4hhds. '"--V -CABGO butWATtbs.'' PerAnt-For Port Adelaide, 7 bales sheep s,;l- bale wool, 31 hides T I 'Fqf Port^Robe-1 case, 1 bag bacon, 3 cases ? fkegbutter, -2 boxes, 1 case eggs, 154 posts, j2keg8.

Publication Title: Border Watch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

J^oVAt^TiNE, , . , «g, < Stoc«;*& -COMMISSIONAGEST, ^rl^lSfeAMi-MOSQIJXTaPLAINS " * "" :,aiofisri>;ty; Mp: ;^^"jCboutf1three quarters of an. acre'of-Land at i? '* ^{npritlgj 'fenced a securely,, with Paling, Four .; Stone Cottage, ^yith all necessary ^outb^&dihgs, well See., thereon. '*< ,i wS' Apply to ' V >r (1 G. DOUGHTY. .v......... _j;i 0. DQUGHTtf| s-4- Land a*j^.06camssion"Agent, 7 *. > - /.' -f ' V" -i -Auctioneer. r - " - MountGrambier.'r,; ? JL< / neighbourhood of M iipDonnell L acres of ljand,ienced in, -i%ith. a stone house fnd well thereon. ^ / - yor particulars&c,ap]>ly?to 4 *;/ 7S ^ a? <jj|?qugh$y. * ' X ^£-'* -i", , ^:r:\OR:$ale-FromA%to COO headfof Store *. . .i*4 ?. . Mr.: ?. ^ i»u» Q". ..nn *.*>- rt«t. Atiian ^k «rnn«*a '""a? V" ****** w uvvw ^ j7'^^ rV " ^ ,£500 4 and',6 tooth ^ethers . ' 1^506'Fat Others ; ,-«& . : C. G. DOUGHTY. frft? ^ ?.-r v -SJ* * *- j£j.fuwj5r k-K...

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