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SHIPPING. MACDONNELL BAT. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

SHIPP I N G. MACDONNELL BAT. AERIVBD. November 25-Ant, (s.s.) 87 tons, Snewin, master, from Ports Adelaide and Robe, General cargo. . DEPABTUBE8. Nov. 25-Ant, (s.s.), Snewin, for Port Ade laide via Tort Roi e. . .

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 28 November 1862

J.OCAL INTELLIGENCE. QUB MAIL.-The parliamentaxridif-, tncfc of Victoria in -South Australia- has# the misfortune to adjoin the colony, of Victoria; and this proximity exposes us ' to sundry inconveniences. For instance, there is the casejbftW It arrives at Penola oh Saturday night: but. that portion of it which is destined for Mount Gambier lies at Penola from the Saturday till the Wednesday, when it is brought on with the Adelaide mail. This - is really a grievance. There is no saying I of what importance a particular letter might be, to some specific individual in this town, and yet tnat supposed impor tant letter, may be lying for four days, at Penola, within 'forty miles of tUp pprpon to whom it is addressed. This is a case . of " too, bad." No doubt there may be " difficulties" in- the-way: for official* "red tapism" always sees difficulties in anything which disturbs its easy indo lence: but why should letters from Victo ria,<»ddi^edctO''Mountf(G^^bie^lie fpur days...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

OPRINGS-Impounded £y E. Leake, Esq. j O Black colt, four (white feet and blaze, uo visible brand | Black gelding, IIS near shoulder, H off shoul der V ; ' . ! Black gelding, I-C neaif shoulder, like E off , shoulder ~ ^ I ' - JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper. . - , . GAMBIERTON,; ,4,^,, © a i* r l age ilepiot 'American.,Carriages, Wagons, &c, rjlHE Undersigned have just received per :" Jet "froja-Melbourne. > * * Open top Huisgy Wagons No top liuggys with pole, shafts, * '" i Iamp$;&c. ' - . ' . . ^ Open Concord Style,, Light Wagons A Two Seated Concord "Wagons, ,\vith pole, . shafts, &c. > * ^ Also, ^ , Double and Single Harnfcss. ' W. A. liOHiD & CO., General Storekeepers, 84-6 ?. ? ' Mount Gambler. ."? MOUNT GAMBIEB TIMI8EIS | HE'' Undersigned- have"on Sale at their 1 -Timber Yardr in -quantity to-suit: purchasers. 4 . '; 1 inch P T and G&onrds - - - , . ." I, inch. W P Shelving Boards ? ,-< ^ ^ J * - IDoors/DM 6ft." ftM :x -2^ Sin...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS. Border Watch Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

Border- Watch Office, Thursday Evening. /Mr W. Laurence, of Melbourne, in his last.'V Ciixular," remarks that during the month of November, there had been important I changes in the markets; IJreadstuffs although closing more steadily, have oscillated in a con siderable degree ; llorsefeed, after touching extreme rates, has receded, and a continued inaction governs the market. After some {rears cessation a small shipment of I rish Oats ma come to hand, more are afloat; shipments from California and Calcutta are talked about, while our own harvest will place us immedi ately in supply; the recent high prices ruling, it is feared, may have tempted an overspecula tivc movement in the ordering foreign sup ! plies 5 if such he the case, prices will rule ? lower, and an unsteady market will follow. I In the new colony of Q,ueeit3land, as well as, 1 in New South Wales severe drought continues to an alarming extent. v Tasmania although. suffering in a great degree, has been more favored hi's...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

< ', >'-no, Woubt i-t^t jaQme.'varjleties of ,wheat are to^.pii^dactiYectlian^tliers^ and it may Va^that ^Htdiett^ -is»one of thereat.of thpm^Mr. SHirre^sunfaTOUrable opinion, however, -Will we trust ;h&y<j: the ^effect of making.farmers cautuiusas to! the extent of their purchases;,, One,bushel will make &8 gw)d, on experiment as a hundred, and iftriedagainsfc another bushel of some well-known favourite variety,- treated ' exactly.in the same way botli as to manure >nd seeding, expftrime^^s will tie able to. judge &g^0ms«ive& whether > or not the new varie^^is'aii-improvementtuppn the old/^Al mixture. pfjialf-a-dozeii goodvar ietiesw0uld, in all probability, be the most productive oF any. Ill ikct? forgrjnding .purposes,"it"Has long Jtteen considered an' ex^lleutplat. by,; ?s)irewd" farmeri.to mix , a%|n^y^arieti^ p£ tho same tind q^grnm as possible.' Infact it is well known that mpfers consider a mixe d !1 ofcbf wtieat...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOUNT GAMBIER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

MOUNT * GrAMBlEB MAHKETS. The following are the latest quotations at our mills;-: Mount Gamliier Mill, Thursday evening Dec. 5. - Flour, Adelaide price $ Pollard £5 per ton; Bran, £5 do.,; .Wheat, 4s per bushel. Victoria '.team Mills,- Thursday evening Dec. 5.-Flour, Adelaide price; Pollard, £5 do.; Bran, £?> -do.: Barley, 5s Gd pe bushel ; Oats,none; Crushing, Gtl per bushel.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

PEXOLA. Grand Teetotal Soiree will take place - i in the School Room on Christmas Eve." Tea on the Table at 6 o'clock. , Tickets 2s. 6d. - The Children .iiclonging to the BAND OF HOPE will be treated to a Pic-nicat tiie v CAVE-RAN UES, Christ mas |)ay. " A> ADAMS, .Hon. Secretary. Jr;7 BISB/SE : Iniown:: .&tf/j££Et£BO., PNEUMONIA is rapidly" spreading in the Province of New South'Wales, and especially on .the JBanka .of the Uppdr Murray^attention is called to Act iNo. 12 of 1861, And to*the Proclamation pub lish ed;in -the Government Gazette'"? of December 12,1861 ;and itisherebynotified that thcf terms of the said Act and tHe.Baid Proclamation will be strictly adhered to. r ^ Hi B. T. Steangwats, . V Commissioner of .Crown Latids and - Immigration. " IMMIGRATION. « Crowu;Ijancls and Immigration Office^ Adelaide, Nov.25,1862." TW' OT?IpE is hereby given, , that-from: . and after the ,28th instant,' all ap plications for certificates under; the" As sisted Passage Regulatio...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CIVIL SIDE. Temple v. Coleman. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

CIVIL SIIM / J , Temple v. Coleman. ^xThis-waa^an action rto/recoyer.the yaliiei ,of4" bulIocE^Bemg beyond jtKe famount j of limited' jurisdiction, the ^Magistrate asked'the parties .whether they were wil ling he should try the case.. The plaintiff consented, but the defendant, wtfuldnot". It was therefore'hdjpurned for a month j "rather hard for the plaintiff, who had come all the.way,from Hamilton. Hunt and Mil^s v. G. Gladstone: This was an action for; £2-1 10s. 6d. for work and labors done^ui building. 163| yards of tijasdh's- workat 'the - Telegraph .Office, at, 3s. per yard. . \ Defendant pleaded that' the plaintiffs had , agreed, to build the- whole*of the f mason's work at the Telegraph* and Local Court,.and had broken their * agreement by,not fini8hing\tbe,sanie," and aJ&o a set off of £4s 12s.; 3d. for goods sold'and delivered.- . ' . - - : ' J r^The plaintiffs swore that Mr". Glad stone . had" -ikeptj thein "^waiting' several times- for:^afc^|ials, 'and' * on'thei...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Border Watch, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY DECEMBER G, 1862. NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

She ^xjvtlev mt«&, Published every Friday morning. FRIDAY DECEMBER G, 1862. NATIONALITY. . A scEK"E,atonce unpleasantandridiculous, [occurred at the last meeting of tha General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Melbourne. .Oil the occasion of the election .of Moderator, a -member proposed the Eevv Mr. Kelso, of Port-, land, as a fit and proper person to preside over the sessions of the Assembly.- The three nationalities of England, Scotland and Ireland, and also what were formerly three or four different sections of the Presbyterian Church, being represented in the Assembly, a desire was evinced that the Moderator should be chosen by I turns from each of these sections. Dr.J Cairns made some; remarks which were i CDnstrued na ;being disparaging and dis respectful to the-Irish nation, and Mr. Kelso being an "Irishman, the high j spirited and quick witted patriotism of ] ErinVas at once aroused, and he replied, in very acrimonious terms,' to the effect that he considered ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL COURT. November 29th. Before G. B. Scott, Esq., S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

LQPAL CptJET: " " "v. ? s "* v -r,t ; , v - November 29tli. Before Gr. B. Scott, Esq., S.M1- ~ :> Jane Ad win was charged with being unlawfully inpossession of several sheep s&ns'and some muttony; - It appears'that P. T. Jones visited the< hut, ana found several sheep - skins laying about,- and-also .some .mutton, -which, he >?believed to have been, stolen../ -" ?> . ; Mr. A. Cameron believed one of the Lskiiis to be hiis,- but -would not undertake to swear/afe" the brand was very illegible. , A child belonging to-Maylor (the party the hut belonged ,to)' yas brought as a witness;" and- might have, thrown^ some, light pri the transactions, but the -worthy 1 magist'rate;.after questioning her," found it' impossible to receiye her evidence from1 | her tfot having^ the* 'slightest idearjof-an oath, nor of itsfobjigations. t Sach. a,*tate I of, ignorance is really Iametftftble in-some |ofthebus"h children: .Here was a girl I of twelve1 or thirteen years of .ag...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE VICE-REGAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

THE VICE-REGAL VISIT. WE announced last week, on the faith of a telegram direct from Adelaide,that Sir Dominic Daly, and the Vice-regal party, were to arrive at MacDonnell Bay, in the steamer "Ant.11 But this intention' has been altered, as our readers will perceive, from a telegram which app ars above, and which was addressed to our Stipendiary Magistrate, JVC. Lyon, Esq. We have every reason to believe that the reception on Mount Gambier will * be hearty and right loyal, and that our leading residents will not bo content with attending Ilis Ex cellency at a Levee, but do themselves the honor ofmeeting him in the more congenial and friendly intercourse of a select but public Pinner Party. Wc do not wish to encourage any merely fulsome demonstration-that, we are assured, would be olFensive to Ills Excel lency himself. We wish hira to be received as a gentleman ought to be, who is the repre sentative of Her Majesty in this quarter of the globe, and who lias rendered himself* popular ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PENOLA. (From our own correspondent.) December 3rd 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

PENOLA. '(From, our own correspondent.)^ . - - "* December.3rdi 1862.. e What "with one matter and another the township has been quite - lively, this, last -week, and the weather delightful. ? <r ' There is every chance,'I understand, of a'Bank Agencyu being established here; in eonnection with the Hamilton National.: llumbur points to the new-storekeeper,, Mr.' McKenzip, as being thcs-^prqbHble agent: This is>good jiews-ior- Penpla ay<£ the til^Hctv_;Tfte inconveniencaiof being A\vitliytttiu?a»^cy-w68 very ;ftucKfelt:^ OV.Thuraaay lastwehada great of Drapery aij|.other^g60d8. : r'V 0fc\feriday evening Ipruda visit to the School room, and there found about 40 "children belonging 3to^he Band of Hope, under the able supervision-of the Temper ance Secretary, practising their " songs witH jreat glee. "There , is to.be,a Tea. meeting 6n Christmas eve-and Christmas day, ' The "Hopeful Band.'-' are to-be treated,- fco a pic-nic; party :in the Cave Kariges. , . On S...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING. MACDONNELL BAY ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

SHIPPING-. .. ; BAY. ".- ARRIVED. * " H + !* t ^ -a. * * 1 - - Melbourne, schooner, from Mel' ourne. , Tubs. Must and Co., agents.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

Right of Purchase, tvo's'ections of 1 first-rate * Agricultural Land, all fenced, situate about one milp and abalf-frotn theToWnsliip*. ApplVv at the Office oftlie ^Border rWatch," *^Y Y \ ; 67cm ; «' SADJDLEB AND," IDLENESS V?4&s >. .' - ? ; £?*.???.« ;. |-^£vf»? y -- * 1 * -5 * » - QADDLER Aj^nd .Hartiess; maker, v begs to *- inform t^®pli|pSprtts^ of Mount Gam bier and n^i^M^HoO^ithat he is now fully l prepared to'j&etfute afiy Orders at thc Lowest possible prices.. - . ?''"::'W-? ?-'-V-?:'' . Y .;;;":-:; "YA large assortment of S&ddlery of every - description always on hand. - Hext door to Mr. Long's, South Australian Hotel.- Y, . . > t .* ' v ; RSAPiUte M&C6M&S. * C Charles; Clarke _ ,/ .J - ' MACHD5I8T,. SMITH, , &C., "EMEGS to state to the inhabitants of Mount '?JzM'.: Gambier and its vicinity^tti'afc.he is pre pared to execute orders for Ecopipg-macbines of tlife best quality, at reduccd prices, and on easy ^tefcmbv: Old ...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

MT.GAMI3IER. ; ? To '" Stoi'ellie epers, Pbivate FAMILIES and OTHERS. v t ** ** ^ * fn"' k ^ " ' ^ J r v * * 1' ..., I?. Bcbkows , XT AS Beceived instrnctious to SELL . BY PUBLIC .AtrOMOK, at : LONG'S HOQIIS, HIT. G/ilglEi?, "Vv ^ i*^"+ ? on *l>lJJ3g}J®A.TIT the ®®ie[ - h ' " ,;i. ^ *.... -. Day of December next, at TM o: O'CLOCK;, SHAEF / " Aquantity of , l&JRAPEICT, CrOOBS, of-: ; ,. / \in - ^ \ ^ Dresses"" sr * . , * <? c-'.'Cy* i.'V Shawls- ~*y-- y j? *>£v\^/ ../".Prints ;;. -< , Muslins' \ ' \ Fancy Dress Trimmings " - * Gloves j ' -Stays, &c., &c!, &e. ~ ^-Men's a'nd Boy's Clothing X'?£^Boot$.aii<i Shoes ' /"-Ironmongery >And a quantity^of Sundries. Tliese $O0DS are to" be sold by order - Wbf the Trustees of an Estate. ?-^rAll; will.J be. offered in Lots "to Suit ^Purchasers. ^ . w* *? "r ? ,.J \ ^ ; J TEBMS--CASH. . v i 1 *%, <, ^ f -» ". .,_-j^o Reserve. - -B-jE(s.o;it,». : - "TO "SPORTSMAN....

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNCLAIMED LETTERS LYING AT THE POST OFFICE, MOUNT GAMBIER. December 4, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

UNCLAIMED LETTERS &TItfG AT THE POST OFFICE, ilOUXT GAMBIER. , t December 4, l'8G2. . Brownj Robt. vBochni, * Emil ~ .Bridges, Alfred Cullen, D. Carr, John Don, Rev; Jas. Dean, Wm, - Erfurth, Curl Ellard, Geo. "Ellis, Mary Floate, Henry FormrfnvJ?dward Feuss, - GoodrifFe, Wm. Hayes, Michicl I luyhca, P. W. Hitchcock, P. Kenny, Thos. Lehman, J. Lcvermore, Geo. Mansell, Airs. McKenzie, Alex. Mainard, Wm. Millard,' Tlios. Paschke, Augt. Taylor, .Ellen RapkcnL'Simeon .Thornton, Thos. Tnylor, Richd.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. DEFEAT OF THE CONFEDERATES. (BY TELEGRAM FROM SYDNEY.) 25 th November. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

LATER / NEWS PROM ; AMERICA. DEFEAT. OF" THEJ CONFEDEKATES. (BY TEIDEGRAM FBOM/SYDXET.) ' ' - 25 th November. Th£ Oregon* from San- Francisco, brings later, news from New York, bearing date 27th September. ; . .Ebb Confederates have been totally defeated At Inka, leaving 1200 on the, field. ^ " The Federals have advanced into Virginia. ' "The Confederates admit losing 30,000 since entering Maryland, and a loss at Antium of 5800 killed and 15,000 .wounded;- . ? Maryland has refused to join the Confed eracy* ,? ' '. ". The Governors of the Northern .States have bai ari interview with the Governor of Mary land, who declared his determination to sup port the Constitution, believing the emancipa tion proclamation to be a 'measure of sound policy. Buell hrid arrived at: Lousi ville, and was W&tirig there tlie attack of - General Bragg. ' Natchez-has surrendered to the Federals. jsreporfcedthat the Confederate'General, Joe Ja'ckijori-lias diet^ frqm'tbeeffect of wounds racoived ati...

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRINCE ALBERT MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

P&XNCE ALBEET MEMoEIAL. -v- The, fqUowing, ,letter Barrowl Esq., honorary Secrettty,;^o3 been forwarded, to Mr. W. H. town, who-.will bsmosthappy toreceiver,snbsSriptiona;^ ?? " Adelaide, Koye|abcr-i7,"1^862. r' Dear,Sir,-On behalf offtl^e Committee for promotmgthe NEtional Manorial in, honor of the lafe; illustrious Prince Consort, I take the liberty of for warding you a'Subscription List, conveying at the-stone' time the hope of the Committee, that-you "may be'.able ? to obtain i numerous signatures thereto. With regard to ' subscriptions; .large sums are not asked for, as it is deemed- preferable that the amount to be raised -should consist of numerous small dona tions^ thiia enablip^'perfons^in all classes"fif thd* " community lb take in'aJnfoyerSen£"\vhic h* it ia specially desifaole to: "niaike as-thoroughly national as possible. -/ ~ \ -r It^isvrequested ihat the list,b6 sent-in on or beforel5ecember 31,, , ~ I am,-Dear Sir, . ' Your obdti'servant, JOHN H. BARROW, iro...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT PENOLA. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH AT PENOLA. (To tjic Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-I wish, through the medium of ^our valuable paper, to ask a question regarding a matter that I tliiuk the public have a right to enquire into. Spine 18 months since subscription lists were opened inPenola for the purpose of col lecting money to defray the debt then existing upon the Presbyterian Church property here. Since then I Have heard nothing -whatever of the matter, although I am ayrare that a large amount has been collected. I should .therefore like to know in whose hands this now: is, and whetlier there is any intention to apply the money so subscribed towards the purpose that the subscribers had in view at the time of their putting their names down. I really think it quite' time something was done in the matter. I am, yours, A SUBSCRIBER.

Publication Title: Border Watch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) [Newspaper Article] — Border Watch — 5 December 1862

., DISTURBANCES IN IRELAND. (To the Editor of the Border Watch.) Sir,-Sly attention has been directed to a letter in your last issue on the subject of out rages in Ireland. From that letter I conclude two things: -first, that your correspondent i3 a very young man; and secondly, that he lias had but very little colonial experience. Let him be advised to refrain for the present from such an indulgence of his literary tastes, being assured that no one in this country will tole rate for one moment in a peaceable commu nity the defence, or excuse, or even palliation oi such crimes a3 murder and assassination. Your correspondent seems to be possessed of some education, and therefore should know better than to speak of the ministers of the law as "hirelings." Let me hope he will soon be wise enough to perceive,that laws are for our own security, and every one is equally interested in their preservation. Hirelings, if such they be, are hiretfcby the community for their own protection, and:...

Publication Title: Border Watch
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