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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Bordcy Watch Office, Thursday Evening. - There has been considerable excitement in commercial circles in Melbourne. It was caused chiefiyby a rash upon the, Colonial Bank; .JWr.O^Snanassy attempted to allay the fears of .^depositors by stating that there was an abun dance of money in the Bank to meet all liabilities, : Oa Nov. 12 it jwas stated that the ..'ensia Avith the Bank is passed. Confidence is restored, ahd nll places or business offer to take the Bank's notes. The run has been going on quicklyfor the last four days, originating, it is said, with some searet society alarmed" at the scrutiny intb'thVbalancesheet, and undeniable reckless tradingin railway shares. . Two hundred and twenty cases tobacco have l>een sold' at (nndtion^tens at Is 10|d. to 2s: Id'.""' <"> . : ?The intelligence by the mail has induced a firmer feeling on the part of .holders of most " elassesy.df imported goods. ^ Messrs. Fraser & Cohen sold4,000 bags s...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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UNCLAIMED LETTERS LYING AT THE POST OFFICE, PORT MACDONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

WGLABEED LETTERS LVrXG. ATTHE POST OFFICE, PORT MACDONNEI.L. /Barfcon, George Nelson, Ezekiel _ Briynes, Susan Palmer, Thomas . Brown, JV-Lee Wastell, O. t Hill, D.> 1 *. Westendorf, Joseph -MacLeod, Murdoch

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 21 November 1862

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. * schooner " Jet" arrived ^ ^rt ^acDopnell on Monday last from Melbourne. She brings a cargo of general "Jr andlseii,r Mount Gambier. : ®aow^*~^Thi« gentleman, who iag for the present, at least, retired fropf jarhamentary and public life,Ims come rith?" ^S*nt Station, uth the ratentioli, we understand, of . W jood" 8°me m?uths *n our neighbour _Tsb Jter. Fatiiek Fitzoibbox. ^are glad toA^eive that the Bev. father i? itzgibbon; has returned to Mount iambier app^pf in renovated health. , ®. avsence has been felt amongst fta iock J and we-trust that the rev. gentle': be enabled to resurafe his acred and official duties with bis WMjfcd rigour tod energy.. ACCIDENT AND DEATH. —A son of Archibald Steele, who was residing with his uncle John Steele, in a hut on Mr. McCallum's Station, fell into a pot of hot water, and was severely scalded about a fortnight ago. The child which was about two years of age, was recovering from the effects of the accident, when he was seize...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

Impounded by .E. Lea1- e, Esq., Frontier House; Bay gelding, off fore foot and both - hind feet white, -white face, S near shoulder, B near thigh Black gelding, D off shoulder Black gelding, white hiad feet, star, MC off .shoulder. If not claimed , .will be-sold on .the-, 15th Decern) er, at noon; ' ,» ' JAMBS STEIN, Poundkeeper. - BOUND Sale, Section 309-Two head uf ' Cattle (workers) will be sold on Dec. 1st, jtnotpreyiously claimed. - J. BENTOTT, Poundkeeper. . O PRINGS-Impounded by E. Leake, Esq., ^ Black marg, white face, MN. near shoul der,-foal at foot .Y .' If not released will be sold on the 4th De cember, at noon, r . Four head of cattle will be sold on the 24th November, if not previously claimed. JAMES STEIX, Poundkeeper. SPRINGS-Impounded by E. Leake, Esq. Blabk colt, four white feet and blaze,, no j visible brand 1: " i Black gelding, US near shoulder, Eh off shoul- j der * V j Black gelding, I-C near shoulder, like E off I shoulder ^ -1 JAMBS Stow, Poundkeeper. a' ** ...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

GENERAL i> rj' ? -.71 vInsp^ctobs oivSHEEP m-Yictobiaw lie underm'entioijed, gentlemen Inspect tors of Sheep within the districts prefixed to their respective names, and also Collec-; tors of Imports, toamely :-Benalla dis trict, Farquhar ? Mackenzie ; Geelong district; I) uncanM'I|ae; Gipps Land dis trict,Bic^ardWedge^MelbQurj|ie district, Edward < Micklethwaite dorr; Portland | district, jameB.Fenton Shaw ; East Wim** mera district, Robert Sheridan ; "West Wimmera. district^Oeorge W. Elms. ,t , THE SCAB IN SHEEP .-A Mr. Shaw has published,'.in Sydney'a practical trea tise on Sheep and "Wool growing. Aboufr forty yearsago, Mr, Shaw strftes that the English woollen manufacturers were very much perplexed at the "difference in: the character of the wool," even from the same, flocks, from year to year. - They could not venture to purchase the year's clip of any flock from-character, as is doneevery'year in'triany" parts of England- and Scotland,^ Mr. Shaw, being himself i...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

- GENERAL NE#S. " < . LtkchXaw at CABKcirAM.-On Thursday morning last, another Chinaman -was found un* lawfully in thes'ce boxes of the Sherwood claim, Snake Viikv', Carngham. Since the conviction of the first CLu^tialyabbut three months ago, the-boxes of the above mentioned claim, as \veU ^ others^have been, visited-by improper parties, and a watch- in consequence laid.on.. Early on Thursday morning,two men on the watch at thejPrinceof Wales claim espied a Chinaman.in the sluice of the Sher wood claim.' They afronce gave'intimation of the fact io the shirehold^rsj-and the result*was the arrest Jot the culprit. who was tied to a tree; Xater in,the moruiqg several other in digmt%S,. were heaped upon him, including tarringnhd leathering. H"s arms were tied to a:po%|aid .across his shoulders, while another pole4wa^tied Whia back, with a -flag over .his beadt<bearing the^inscriptiori; 4 Stealing gold.' IJcLWastben paradedJaiong-the Main road,' as i far as theSnakcY...

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LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, 25th November. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

"i-H-. '* , . .., ... -;i . ....LOCAL COURT. " , ' VSues&»$r, 5!5th NovmWW~~; ] " " ^ r Magistrate presentJ. C.' Lyoh, Esq., SM:; A;, S. Hdbfcs,' Esq.* J.P., and j; Um . ph<nretori,Ksq., J«f« ; ^ Hie cases aetdawrton the Came List were . Morrison v.- Jackson;,Morrison v. Bunge; ' Brewer, v; Bunge ; Simcock v. Corf en: Hattelv. Clayfiela; Pingel v. Ujawin. v I i.: Xwoof these cajies did not come on for ^\j^aSng|Cliayi^g"bee9^Ecttled ;out-;of Court; -. and Ope .wasrqferred to arbitration.. - M6rrison.V»;ifacksonThis case" was post ,' Ji&uarp sittings pf the Court. .;£ MmrrifcOtr v. Bunge :*This .was a motion for trial^dtunages ;hayjngbeen > originally 7', laidl^Ssd," &>r non-cbmpletion. of contract, - ^ Mr. Burton was*engaged in the case. , Morrison, being sworn, stated the par ticulars of M^ plaint. -Bunge had -agreed to d6the carpentef!a%qrk for $35^to be paid in sawn timber. Behadleft off his work; and . ^letter -bad been sent; to him, g...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

*'JV : "correspondent of " The <?" Kmfes/JjTindAdate of Baltimore, Sept. 1, 1 ^^tesaa, folio Ws:-* V-v?-1'*< Xfr following Mr. r Cobden's image in " his Three Panics, it were conceived that _ an Englishman had started six- month* ago fromNevr Yorkupon anAustralian .voyage, and that, "without any intermediate '* knowledge of; the fortunes of North or ?" South, the same Englishman had returned - within these last few days to the same j port, He ihight naturally ifnagine that the VAmencan world hacl meanwhile stood stilly like Joshua's sun in Ajalon, or that events had revolved in an endless circle, 1 . ^without leading -to an issue or approach 1 \ ^g. a Bblutionj .;, Stm would the same old v names 'strike- upon his ear .' ^^Bniissaa .and Gainesville, -Bull 3Jun and r Yiennc^ ,Falls .-Church -and Centreville, iteeaburg and Fairfax. Still would he ^4nd M'Clellan and ^MiDowell confronted1 by Lee andl Johnston, while a host of .minor names would fillin the picture an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DIS ? TRICT OF VICTORIA. h(EN.TLEMEy-Itakethe first fcppftr Atunity of thanking .you all publicly for the honour *you have conferred an; again, electing me to represent your District. , . . ? v ,-v , Twice you have elected me ns your sole representati ve v and now when'your grow ing importahceas a constituency has ob tained foryouan increased representation in the Assembly, you have proved your undiminished confidence in returning me, and that without opposition. My.best influence and 'exertions^ll be used in-your behalf, and will be greatly aided by the continuance of that unre served hncl regular communication which has hitherto existed between us. . To that :I lopk forward with pleasure. I remain, (Gentlemen, " "^Yours faithfullyi GEORGE C. HAWKER. I The Briers, Monday, November 17. , . .. FOR SALE. ? ^OBACCfQ ^Plants* for Bale' in any " quantity, gjrown'from the Real Vir ginian se&£\can be. had on applying at the lBor<{er,^atch Office* ....

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MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

MOUNT ^ The following are thelatest'quotationa at our mills;- ? - , " 1 - Mount Gabbier Mill, Thursday evening Nov. 27.-Flour, Adelaide ^ price ; Pollard £5 per ton;* Bran,.^£5 ^0. ;."Wheat, 4s per bushel * " Victoria " team Mills; T hursday eveni ng Nov. 27.-Flour, £1 2 10s per ton; Pollard, I £5 do.; Bran, £4 do.: Barley, 5s 6d pje bushel *Oats,none; Crushing, 6d per bushel.

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS LYING AT THE POST OFFICE, PORT mACDONELL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

UNCLAIMED LETTERS LTISrO AT THE POST-OFFICE, POET ' . r/. ' - JTACDONKELL: Barton, George Nelson, Ezekiel Bayues, Susan Palmer, Thomas Brotf n, J. Lee ' WastellVo. Hill, D. "Westendorf, Joseph MacLeod, Murdoch

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AGRARIAN, OUTRAGES. (To the Editor of the Border Watch,) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

AGRARIAN, OUTRAGES. (To the Editor of the Border Watch,) Sir,-in my letter in jour last I was rathe? surprised at the conclusion you made as to its purport. As welT as I remember, the dni/ statetrient made was .that "there are circum stances' Often connected with f the crime of murder which will palliate, if they do not take away its guilt, and now this can be construed into proving u lulling no Murder,1' I am at a loss to determine and have yet to learn. My j object in writing Avas to state the case fairly !andhdnestly, and then let every right-think ing impartial reader judge for themselves. We live in a frpe country, where iill are at j liberty to hold andexpress their own opinions ! (and even we Irish; with all our shooting pro-' J pensities, once landed on thesis shores, make no exception to the general rule.) Mine are that I openly avow my . disbelief of the state ment that the Irish peasantry a? a class screen and'encourage murder. Surely they must be the most forgiving race ...

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The Boarder Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1862. DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

'?®t» gaiter Published every Friday morning. . FRIDAY NO YE MBER 28, 186?. DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE letter of a correspondent in another column reminds us of a subject 'which, most' .unquestionably, should not be al lowed to go to sleep in this community. It is that of a District Council. Situ ated, as we are, on a sort of neutral ground, -poised, spto speak, befcweeu. two great colonies-we seem to stand alone, in the World/with scarcely a friend, to/look after ourr interests "but ourselves. Undoiibt- j edly we have two mqst respectable and talented representatives .in the South Australian Parliament ;>*and a. district which is represented by a Speaker and an Attorney-General, would seem, ^to have j evei'J requisite in the way of sufficient representation. But that which is nearest to us is that which concerns us most; and Messrs. Hawker and Stow do not reside on Mount Gambier during winter. "We do not ask for pavements and gas-lamps I -we are not so "v&ry "unreasonable as t...

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CONTEMPLATED ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR DOMINIC DALY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

CONTEMPLATED ARBIVAL OF V HIS EXCELLEN C Y SIR DOMINIG *v *?r ? ^The Agricultural Society having Bj)e^j tnally ipvifced His Excellency Sir Dominic, . My to' be p^eseafc at the enswing4Agrir { . cultural'Society,^bVe^following telegram ;1va^^je!i?e^inTeplyv^ ?, * "i >4'['I.'^ ^^hutsdayi"12\retjji4g. -, . "V-'r,T£s.3|2celle£$yi has ilied the-tenth % ^(lOth)'iWr *)m* ddpartftre^ftom* Alfelai3e \JW theitekmer 'A Aiat«!' -; , t0/\DALY, Private Secretary., " To A. FiIiAUBti),. - - r - . . Secretary Mfc«*@ambier Association.*'

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DISTRICT COUNCIL. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, DISTRICT COUNCIL. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,*---Some time ago a paragraph appeared mth%i,u Border WatcK" relative ;to al5istriet Council for Mount Gambier, which stated that a communication had been received from the Commissioner of Lands, to the effect that under the District Councils Act the pastoral claims must: first be settled, and then the district would be declaredasa whole. , Now, Sir, would you -kindly inform me through your columns whether or not there is any probability of our getting a District Coun cil before the next winter sets in? It is, of course, a well-known fact that- the fittest season for the operations of such &h institution is the present, when labour is cheap and plen tiful. This is another instance of the " red tape and circumlocution office" spirit which pervades the " heads" of ojir departments in the metropolis. How much longer are we to remain in our present condition, and puffer One-half of out trade to b...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

«^cu4^rai«^BtfaHyr plfifc&Sr among the ^natural sciences, and is universally ciiltiVa&fl^by all civilized nations. The history qS'exerv nation in any viay cele brateafol Vealth or power is intimately connected^ith amculture. The soil may justly be laid to De the true riches of a country; in ancient and in.modern times, nations lmye^at^Sssed m'wealth, power,;; and imp6?fc£nc.e,. just in proportion as they have - cultivated with' industry this source of; true riches. Commerce and manufactures are, no doubt, a means-and a powerful biie-of- multiplying the re sources and wealth of a nation ; but these never have nor ever can flourish til Agri culture has reached a " certain degree of prosperity. : It does not seen* probable, that in the early. ages of the ^orld,. mankind were much, acquainted .with .the practice.of agriculture, save that branch' which, we now designate gardening, or horticulture. While men were few in numbers "and thinly scattered over the face of the ea...

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PUBLIC NUISANCE. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

PUBLIC NUISANCE. I YTo the Editor of the Border Watch.) . . Sir,-Feeling assured of your gallantry and your well-known desire to remove or redress any grievance that may come within your pro vince, more especially when that grievance relates to one of my own, need I say ill-used sex, I feel nervously anxious to draw attention to it. ".I." Whilst passing by Mr. McKay's new build ings the other evening, I was most rudely and unceremoniously accosted by one of a party of three or four men, who were loitering about the;4 ?streets; If was done, doubtless, for a "Jark," hut had there been a constable in sight at the time ! shouldcertainly have given the obnoxious individual into custody, when the .offender would "have discovered to his cost that even on Monnt. Gambier we have u cages": wherein to cohiirie u larks." Apolo gising for troubling you with a matter which majr appear- so trivial,; I have the honor to ? subscribe myself, . / . >.«,: - . LUCRETIA. T.S.-I may meution-en passant,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

* ' GAMBIERTON Cai! r i a gre Depot. American Carriages, Wagons, &c, rTpELB Undersigned have just received per -*. " Jet" from Melbourne. Open top Bujrgy WagonB 'No top Buggys with pole, shafts, lamps, &c. . Open Concord Style, Light Wagons ; #wo Seated Concord Wagons, with pole, shafts, &c. Also, t Double and Single Herness. Br. A. &OBD & co., ~ Oenferal Storekeepers,- " "* Mount Gambier ; w,.MOtJNT GrAMBIER 'PHE Undersigned have on Sale at their Timber Yard, - in- quantities to suit purchaser^ ?\ ? *f u ; 1 ancli P T and G 'Boards ~I inch W P Shelving Boards V, D. L. Palinss » . Doors, DM 6ft 8in x 2ft. 8in. a 6ft8in.x2ft.6in. y - 'Sashes 10 x 14 - , 41 10 x 12 ' ./ " . 10 x _8 ^A. XOBD.& CO, * , . v - ' General' Storekeepers, ,v. 1-84-6.5, . Mount Gambier. v< TOBACCO! : Toftacco! Toftaceo. I^HE ^Undersigned are now opening Ex ' . "Cameron's.".^ Celebrated Crown Twist. /' "Pipes^Tens ' M MorningDew" half pounds. " LOBd &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

s-vs ^3STI>,M I»L AINS t M, :; wdixp^ . SS&^vz^||T^MMlilfR.'' 7?» . % LbfitiS :Nfcj» otiated on Freehold Security. - jjlp ^ Mg, fenced'securely with Paling, Four j<L, Stoue ' Cottage, with all necessary IdingsVwell&c^thereon. C. G. DOUGHTY, Land and Commission Agent, -v - '--?- J"--^??.'?? .. Auctioneer. ;,f4#*V ? % ^-'7 ?"' 1":=v' .' -"" *."*;f . .?" Mount Q ambier. ~ ^I.^fFor^arUc^lars &c, apply to 0. G. DOUGHTY. ^ -' - ; V J rn^OR%SaIe--JV°mr4 to 60Q head, of Store ' j^l^fv^-'Cattle, few tinder 3 years or over 5years, a ^fly superior .well-bvea lot. i$00 6 and 8 t00th "Wethers i< I$Q0Aand6 tooth Wethers - ' " ^ ^<50%^at "VY^e*8; . < / ,s .- */« $ « j. *uU . v;\., v-^^LPut^b^ qc;p," and.cnpa"ble of carrying 12, 00. Pffej' V ' ; C. G. DOUGHTY. * SOLICITOR^ * '. " '.. 7; , , . ? " Mount Gambier. 29 .V , ." . -Sixth .liouse - West of the £3^3puture aIl%£**eigTits must be Paid before ^£*&e Goods: leate-the ...

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COMMERClAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

CQMMEBSlAt ft?3jHMP.KETS, Border Watch Office, _ Thursday Evening. ^ THE Corn market shows but little signs of improvement. Reported sales of two or three la« ge parcels of Adelaide flour, at lower prices than hithertq. accejrted,ha3cr£ated a Specula^ tive feeling which likely to induce; more' extensive transactions than have resulted for some time past.: ;Wheat is inactive;. Horse; Peed, with'one or two ciceptions^tend^Ylbwn ward in prices. The state of the English market, as advised up to the end of September, shows a. decline inthe price of Wh'cat,: attri butable to the large quantities. of ill-condi tioned Wheat beihg pressed ujpon the* market/ coupled with spasmodic shipments, from the NorthernStates'of America^as thus*noted in the Mark Lane Express of the 8th September: -."America still snips freely, and must con tinue to do so under the pressure of . "war." While the same' authority of the following week saysu New York continues very freely to export at fully former rates, an...

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