[From the Government Gazette of Thursday, Sept. 15.]
Impounded at the Public Pound, Section 3350, Langhorne'? Creek-One large yellow bullock, near horn cocked, off horn hooped, piece off back of near ear, white on forehead, rump, tail, bellv, and legs. HB near rump, like 5 with other brands off shoulder; one old yellow hnllosk, cask horns, stump tail, white on belly, like ,\V or YY conjoined upside down off thigh ; one dark red or brown bullock, cick horns, H off rump, like CA off rib3 ; one brindle cow, cock horns, piece off the the top and slit in off ear, illegible brand near ribs and near rump, like TY oil ribs, with strawberry heifer calf belonging ; one old brindle bullock, hoon horns cocked at the points, little white on belly and hiud legs, like book brand near shoulder, illegible brand near rump; one brindle cow. white on back, belly, tail, and legs, lower lip diseased, CC near ribs ; one brindle and waite speckled heifer, piece out the back of near ear, like an indistinct brand nea' ribs ; onedark brown (almost blue) sided poly cow, piece off the back of off ear, white back, belly, tail, and legs, like WD off rib3; one dark brown bullock', cosk horns, piece off the back of off ear. little white on belly, G top of near shouller, D with like another letter off rump. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1859, at noon.
ROBERT CLIFFORD, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Springs, Mount Gambier -One red and white steer, blotch brand off rump: one strawberry-necked cow, no visible bran 1 ; one strawberry sidd bulloak, AM off rump; one yellow and white cow, blotch brand off rum)), piece out of each ear; one red stag, E near rump; one yellow and white ow, blotch brand near shoulder ; one brindle yearling bull, no bran 1 ; one red and white cow, ME off rump. If not claimed, will be sold Sep- tember 30,1859, at noon.
: JAMES STEIN, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, North Rhine - One white heifer, near ear marked, like JD or other brand near ribs ; one bay horse, off eye blind, off hind fetlock white, illegible brand off shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold October 10, 1859, at noon.
C. DANSIE, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Township of Truro, near the Wheal Barton Mine-One brindle bullock, large cock horns, WF off ribs, like W with other brands near ribs ; one black bullock, white face and cheeks, like IR off shoulder. Uko VJ off ribs, diamond brand near rump: one strawberry bullock, like CC with 5 under on off wump, like _ off loin : one red cow, white spots, like JC over TWS near ribs, T off rump, like J-C conjoined near rump ; one red heifer, near ear marked, like a brand off rump ; one red steer, like P reversed off rump; one strawberry ow, near ear marked, like AW near ribs ; one strawberry bullock, like WC with J over off ribs; one strawberry crw. tomahawk brand near ribs; one white poly ste?r, cut throat, .like iH con- joined near rump, W off rump; one spotted heifer, near ear marked, no brand visible; one .red heifer, about twelve months old. no brand visible ; one mouse coloured steer, like WS with 416 over near rihs -, one mouse-colored heifer, about' twelve months old, no brand visible ; one white yearling heifer, like C M near rump ; one strawberry yearling heifer, no brand visible ; one blue steer, hole through the near ear, S near ribs ; one spotted bull, about twelve months old, no brand visible : one red cow, white on rump, belly, and tail, hoop horns, like brand near shoulder; one red bullock, white spots, rope round the horns, HkeRN cjnjoined off rump; one white cow, like ffl near shoulder; one brindle steer, white on back, belly, legs, and tail, piece of hide on neck, like brand near rump ; one snotted steer, near ear marked, illegible brand near ribs ; one strawberry heifer, like T off rump, calf at side ; one spotted steer, long hair, no brand visible, about two yeirs old ; one black heifer, white face, back, belly, less, and tail, like R FT near rump. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1859, at
HUGH MCDONALD, Ponndke3per.
Impounded at the Public Pound. Mintaro-One red and white heifer, CC off ribs; one red heifer, star in forehead, hall tail and belly white, off ear slit, BP off rump ; one white cow, piece cut of off ear, R off ribs. If not claimed, will he sold October 10, 1850. at noon.
GEORGE FAULKSTER, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Dry, Creek-One roan horse, fore part nearly bay, white spots u-ider saddle, collar marked, illegible brand near shoulder, illegible brand or like writing w off shoulder, broken rope round neck, shod ali round. If not claimed, will be sold October 1% 1859, at
GEORGE TAYLOR, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pounl, King's Belt, near tlip Sheaoak Log-One red bullock, white back, branded like S under Lil B near ribs; one strawberry steer calf, branded like PS off rump. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1359, at noon. The bay mare, with illegible brand, advertised
, last week, now shows like _! near shoulder, illegible brand.
off neck, near fore fetlock and both hind fetlocks white, star in forehead, white snip on nose. If not claimed, will be sold October, 1859, at noon.
SAMUEL SMITH, Poundkeeper.
Tuiponnried at the Public Pound, Teatree Gully-One strawberrv cow. branded like NR off rump ; one yellow cow, branded like NR off rump, bit off near ear, a little white top of the rump; one strawberrv heifer calf, red ears ann muzzle ; one yellow bull calf, little white under bell) ; one red heifer cilf, slit off ear, short tail, white under belly, little on' back. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1859, at
JOHN OPIE, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Kooringa, Burra Burra - One black cow, cock horns, white on face, pack, belly, leg3, nnd tail, a piece out of off ear. illegible brand off ribs ; one black-sidi<d bull, white 1 ack, belly, legs, and tail, no brand visible ; one red cow. near horn down, a little white on belly. TP near rump, like JP within circl? off rib3, has a red bull calf, not branded ; one yellow and white cow, cock horn?, the tips broken off, illegible brand off ribs ; on» strawberry poly heifer, re.l ears and muzzle, like - <t nndor off shoulder ; one bay colt, black mane and tail, hind feet whife off pin down, illegible hrand near shoulder; one yollow heifer, cock horus. like SC off rump, like JT conjoined with in over»? con- joined (blotched) over off ribs: one red bull calf, white on face, belly, legs, and tail, like qT near rump ; one brindle poly heifer, white on forehead, bellv, leg*, and tail, illegible brand off libs; one black heifer, brown ears and muzzle, white on belly, illegible brand off ribs ; one red and white spotted steer, hoop horns, like - off back, illegible brand off ribs ; one red heifer, JP off rump ; one yellow and white heif-t, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold October 10, 1859, at noon. The iron grey entire colt, advertised last week, C or GR near shoulder, now ¡xrjpears lo be CB near shoulder.
D. MACNAMARA, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Aldinga-One dark bay hors?, star in forehead, black points, like A near shoulder, lilly foal by side. If not claimed, will be sold October 10,
1859, at noon.
C. D. DOWNTNG, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Leasingham. Uppe Wakefield - One old red and white hoop-horned cow, like brands before B off rump ; one yellow and white bullock.
like MT off rump, like OB near rib?, with other bland off
ribs, slit off ear; one yellow bullock, down horns, points off horns, threo slits near ear, piece off off ear, like FL .ver L with W near ribs, like .FL near shoulder; one yellow or red steer, cock boma, likeFForFToff ribs; one yellow bullock, cock horns, "-> H high up near shoulder, like Tj near ribs, 438 off ribs, q; 3 off rump ; one* red broad horned steer, like S with numbers under near ribs like e7i ; one yellow strawberry cow, like O with.^?.under near rump ; slit hear ear, like writing A with - over conjoined off rump ; one strawberry-faced heifer calf, like O near rump ; one yellow heifer calf, if branded, not visible; one yellow strawberry c jw, DUN off ribs, like JM near rump, J near cheek ; one red and white heifer calf, J near cheek, JM near rump : one yellow cow. cock horns, .DUN off ribs, J near cheek, ear marked ; one yellow cow, iioop cockish horns, JM near rump, J near cheek, one strawberry. heifer calf,, progeny; one yellow and white nobby heifer, slit near ear, likeD off ribs ; one yellow and white spotted heifer, if branded, not visible ; one yellow and white cjck-horned heifer, like NMV near ribs ; one yellow brindle and white heifer, if bl andel, not visible; one' broad-horned roan steer, PD near rib's; one roan or strawberry steer, like H H conj lined near rump ; one red or yellow and white cow, hoop horns, like numbers near ribs, like a brand off ribs, one light bull cilf, progeny; one yellow brindle-headed cockish-horned cow, brands not visible, one red aud.white heifer calf, like O near ribs, progeny. If not claimed, will be sold October 10,18Ä9; at noon.
ROBERT HAWKINS, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at ttuvPublic Pound,, Maidstone, District o Para Wirra-One/roaÏLpoly cow, heavy in calf, like JK con- joined or JR.conjoined near rump, like 7 off rump, both ears
silt. it-BOtfCiaimea win ua îoia uciouer iu, i»*>», at noon.
One white steer, red on head and nêckMike JK conjoined or« JR"-conjoined near rump, like 7 off rump, both ears slit IF -ftafclalrSed," wul be sold September 26, 1 <59, at noon.
GEORGE FARR, Poundkeeper. r
-Impounded at the Public. Pound, Norwood-One light strawberry heifer, bow horns, white face and tail, branded like G on off rump ; one red heifer, bow horns, white on end Of. tail, little on belly, branded like G on off rump ; one red nhd white poly heifer, white on top of head and tail, branded like.G on off rump ; one red heifer, in calf, wide horns, white on Tace, little on udder, a piece out of near ear, a brand on off ribs not vi-iible. If not claimed will be sold October 10, 1859, at noon.
WILLIAM SEVERN, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Yankalilla, Section 1170 -One red steer, a few white hairs in the forehead, little white under the belly, a little white on the iegs. hoop horns,
about l8 months old, branded in mi t take DAY; one white and red strawberry steer, no brands visible, about l8 months old. If not claimed, will be sold Ostober 10,1859, at noon. The following heifer, notbc.ng of sufficient value to defray the poundage fees, if not claimed, will be sold September 19, 1859, at noon, by order of S. Herbert, Esq., J.P.-One white and reel heiler, no brands visible, about u months old.
CHARLES WHITE, Poundkeeper,
Impounded at the Public Pound, Bloomfield, Section 360, River Light, Port Gawler-One red or yellow steer, large cock horns, white facw, white spit on top shoulders, white along belly, point of tail, and hind legs, like W off rump, like 3 under ; one white heifer calf, stawberry neck, and red ears, n i brands visible. It not claimed, will be sold October io, 1850, at noon.
JOHN DICKSON, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the PublicPound.Strathalbyn-One white ox, briudleliead.like writing J B conj oi ned wi th'2258 u n der o IT ribs, DS off shoulder, like D with T under near shoulder, swelling on jaw ; one red poly cow, white belly, little while on off hind foot, like M off rump, like U near rump ; one red and white spotted heifer, white face and cheeks, 2G near rump ; one white cow, red head, neck, and legs, star in forehead, small hoop horns, near horn down_SJ off rump ; one red bull, white belly, flanks, rump, and tail, both ears slit, about l8 months old, no visible brand; one yellow or red steer, no brand visible ; one red and white bullock, brande I like writ- ing B and C3 with JDN under near ribs, sa. with W under
off ribs. If not claimed, win De sow October 10, 1859,
WM. NOYE, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the PublicvPound, Gawler Town-One yellow cow, hooped horns, near ear topped, off ear slit, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold October 10,1859,
SAMUEL SERLE, Poundkeepsr.
Impounded at the Piblis Poand, Angiston-Oie red snaily heifer, biandei MT off rump, slit m off ear, white on belly, back, and le, s. If not claimed, will be sold October 10.1859. at i oon. One roi and white spotted steer, branded DW or G W near rump, about twelvemonths old; one red heifer calf, branded like DWor GWoff rump, about eight
months old; one red helier calf, no brand visible, white ou belly and tail, about six months old, fork on neck. If no
claimed, will be sold September 19,1859, at noon, by oribr o
a Magistrate. '
. ' R. CUMME, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound. Willast.ra-One poly strawberry bullock, JD off ribs, like JD near ribs ; one black and white bullock, cock horns, br inded like SN or JN off rump; one red bullock, stag horns, like WH near horn; one white bullock, strawberry about head and i vck, no brand visible ; one yellow-colored cow, like IG ovei IG off thigh Hke -. over G near shoulder ; one yellow cow, white back, belly, and tail, like G near shoulder, like G over and G under -, BG «ear rump, TG' off thigh; one datk red and white-colored bullock, like --over G near shoulder, like BG near rump, like IG off thigh ; one brown-colored heifer, like -, over G near shoulder; one red cow. JK near rump, slit near ear ; one red cow, white rump, tail, and belly, JK near rump; one white cow, brindle about the shoulders and neck, JK near rump; one red heifer, white belly, JK near rump; one blue strawberry steer, JKnear rump; one black bull, white about tail, JK near rump. one red heifer, white face, belly, and tail, two slits near ear, no brand visible ; one white strawberry steer, piece off near ear ; one yellow steer, slit in near ear, BG near rump ; one white steer, red ears, BG near rump ; one yellow and white heifer, BG near ramp, slit near ear ; one red steer, horns a little out no brand visible ; one light-colored heifer, white back, belly, and tail, BG near rump ; one yellow heifer, white back, belly, tail, and hind legs, BG near rump, slit in near ear; one yellow heifer, white back, belly, legs, and tall, BG near ramp, slit in near ear ; one yellow heifer, BfJ near rump, silt in near ear. If not claimed, will be sold October
io, 1859, at noon.
JAMES MlCONE, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the public pound. Springfield, Section No. 1101-One black horse, bob tai!, star on forehead, whi te snip nostril, G near neck, Bil with G under near shoulder, G with *> under with A over T off shoulder, near hind fetlock joint white, off fore fetlock joint white ; oue dark brown or mouse colored mare, T near shoulder : one brown colt, about twelvemonths old, T near shoulder; one iron grey mare, whtteface, like HW conjoined near shoulder, like G willi--, under with A over T off shoulder; one oay colt, long tail, about two years old, like TS or Pá near shoulder. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1859. at noou.
THOS. WM. ROLLINGS, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Clare-One red steer, like A off rump, JRS near rump, Wf with -. over, near ribs ; o íe brindle heifer, like 8 near shoulder, 8 8 near ribs ; one red and white heifer, no brand visible. If not claimed, will be sold October io, 1859. at noon.
JOHN BARRY, Poundkeeper.
Impounded at the Public Pound, Hamilton-One red cow, like J__ off rump : one red heifer calf, like J__ off rump ; one strawberry cow, like JO near rump, liite huge JB con- joined near ramp, near ear marked, calf at foot; one rjd nobby heifer, like illegible brand off ribs ; one red steer, like IV off rump ; one brindle and white poly cow, near ear marked, like WL or WD near rib3, calf at foot ; one black steer calf, no brand visible ; one white and red spotted steer calf, no brand visible; one red and white poly steer, no brand visible ; otie strawberry heifer, red ears, both ears marked, like WD near ribs ; one white leifar, red <-ais, like W near rump; one red steer, white spots on flank, faîe, and rump, like illegible brand off ribs; one strawbeiry heifer calf, no brands visible ; one red steer calf, like illegiole brand
off rump. If not claimed, will be sold October 10, 1859, at
WILLIAM GLUYAS, Poundkeeper
Impunded at the Public Pound, TungEillo, Section 192 - One white ox, brindled head, like writing JB conjoined with 2258 under off ribs, D3 off shoulder, Tike D over T'near shoulder, swelling on jaw ; one red poly cow, white belly, little white on off hind foot like M off rump. Hke U near rump; one red and white spotted heifer, white face nnd cheeks, 2G near rump ; one white cow, red head, nec'<, and legs, star in forehead, small hoop horns, near horn dow i, SJ off rump ; one red bull, white belly, flanks, rump, an 1 tail, both ears slit about l8 months old, no visible brand. If not claimed, will be sold October io.* 1859. at noon.
JOE HOBBS, Poundkeeper.
Currency Cheek Sunday School Anni- versary.-On the afternoon of Tuesday, tho 13th inst., a tea meeting was held to commemorats the above event. The tea, which w_s evorytaiug the most fasti« dious of juveniles could desire, was given by the Lidias interested in the cause. A public meeting was hold immediately afterwards in the chapel. Mr. S. Small, of Goolwa, was voted to the chair, and after somo sweet infant choral melody the Kev. Mr. Ashton addressed tho meeting. His subject was the "Education of the Young," showing the importance of good training physically, mentally-, and morally-and the im-nenso influence for good such education produces when applied to extreme youth. After a few remarks from the Caaic man on the same subject, and some more singing, the Rev. J. Rock delivered an excellent address, wh'c'i was listened to attentively by the congregafc on. A vote of thmks having been passed to the ladies for the gifc of the tea, the Rev. Sir. Ashton moved, and the Rev. J. Bock seconded the same to the Oh ikman, who responded, and then the meeting broke up.
Stbathalbyn. - Pbimitive Methodism. On Sunday, September 11, two sermona were preached in the Primitive Methodist "Chapel, Strathalbyn, by tho Rev. J. AnJerson, of the Frea Presbyterian Church, Strathalbyn, and by the R*-v. H. Cole, Minister of tho i Chapel. On Monday, the 12th, a tea meelinjr was hfl i, when about 250 persons sat down at the fpstive board.
After tea, a public meeting was held in the Fres Presby- _ I terian Church, kindly lent by the Minister and Com- mittee, at which interesting, appropriate, and sti ling addresses were delivered by the Revs. Messrs. Anderson, Goldsmith, and Cole, and Messrs. Stanton, Sunter, and Milne. Liberal collections wara tiken nfc each of tho above services in behalf of the b lilding fund of tha minister's re-ideace recently erected at Strath übya ; the total of which, including subscriptions, ice, amounted to the noble sum of "104 3«. 6_d. ; tot ii co?fc of the house about £26t. We are gr«itecul to our friends who have so liberally helped us.-[Communicated.^
, Lauabtine's Description or the ExECxraox' oe Maby.-The following is from Inmarttne's last lite- rary effort :-" She»amved in the hall of death. Pille, but unflinching, she contemplated the dismal ore» parutions. Thero lay the block and tha axe. Thora stood the executioner and his assistant. All were clothed in mourning. On the floor was scattered the sawdust which was to soak her blood, and in a dark corner lay *he bier which was to b3 liar bat prison. It was 9 o'clock when the Quean appeared" in the funsreal hall. Fletche", Ddan of Peter- borough, and certain privileged parsons, to the num- ber of moro than 200, were assembled. The h?U waa hung with black cloth ; the scaffold, which was ele- vated about two feet and a half above the ground, w13 covered with black frieze of Lancaster ; the arm-clni.* in which Mary was to sit, the footstool 01 which shs was to kneel, the block on which hsr he id was to b3 laid, were covered with black velvet. The Qaeen was clothed in mourning like the hall and as tb.3 ensigns of punishment. Her bbek velvet robs, with its high collar and hanging sleeves, was bordered with e;otine. Her mantle, lined with marten sable, was of satin, with pearl buttons and a long train. A chain of sweet-smelling beads, to which was attached a scapu. lary, and beneath that a golden cross, fell upon her bosom. Two rosaries were suspended to hsr girdle, and a long veil of white lace, which in some msasura softened thi3 costume of a widow and of a nonclenmed criminal, was thrown around her. . . Arrived on the scaffold, Mary seated herself in the chair proriâzd. for her, with her face towards the spectators. Tha Dean of Peterborough, in ecclesiastical costuras, sat on the right of the Queen, with a black velvet foot- stool before him. The Earls of Kent and Shrews
bury were seated like mm on the right, but upon, larger chairs. On the other side of the Ou33t stood the Sheriff Andrews, with white wand. In front of Mary were sean the executioner and his assistant, distinguishable by their vesfcrnsnts of black velvet, with red crape round the left arm. Behind tho Queen's chair, ranged by the wall, wept her attendants and maidens. In tho body of the hall the noble3 and citizens from the neighbouring counties were guarded by the musketeers oTSir Amyas Paulet and S r Drew Drury. Beyond the balustrade was the bar o" tho
tribunal. _ The sentence was read ; the Qiiien pro- tested against it in the name of royalty and of inno- cence, but accepted death for the 'sake of tho faith. Sb.3 then knelt down before the block, and tli3 eseca tioner proceeded to remove her veil. She «oellcd him by a gesture, and turning towards the Earíi with a blush'on her forehead, 'I am not accustom 3d,' abo said, ' to be undressed before so numerous a covaoany, aud by the hands of such grooms of the eba nber.* She then called Jane Kennedy and Elizabeth Carlo, who took off her mantle, her veil, her chains, cross, a.rj scapluary. On their touching her robe, the Qussa Lcld them to unlocsa the corsage, and fold down fch.9 ['ermine collar, so as to leave* her neck bare fo»* tha
axe. üer maidens wespmgiy yielde--! he? the;3
laslrservices. Melvil and the three other attendants wept and lamented, and -Mary placed her finger on her lips to signify that they should be silen1-. ** * ** She then arranged the handkerchief embroidered with thistles of gold, with which her eye3 had bssa covered by Jane Kennedy. Thrice she kissed tha crucifix, each time repeating," ' Lord, into thy bindo I commend my spirit.' She knelt anew, and hint her head on that block which wa3 already moored with deep marks ; and in this solemn atüfu le sha again recited some verses from the Psalms. Tho executioner interrupted her at the third veras by a
blow of the axe, but its trembling stro'xe only - grazed her neck; she groaned slightly, and til» second blow separated the head from the body."
Thhee Husdeed Emigbants Staeved to Dcath -The White Cloud (Kansas) Chief, of June Dru, says :-" Two young men, named Erastus B Ord Bil and Preston Oates, of Wiiliamsbiirg, Wayne County, Indiana, have arrived here direct from Denver Càfcr-. They went out last Octobsr, and left Dan ver o a lío Gfchof May. A gentleman in this place was acquainfcad with them, and pronounces them to be perfectly re- liable. They prospected two months, and made 2 dollars 40 cents, all told. They prospested up and down the Platte, and on the head water- of the Colo- rado. They report horrible suffering on the Snoky Billi route which has bsen so be-puffed in some of the papers. When they left but 10 persons had reaa is I the mines by that route, who reported that 333 lud died on the way. One of ths men reported that ho had seen six dead men lying within reaeh of easb. other ; and another S8id that ha had himself buried twelve men. These men came straggling in o jq by one. One of them had lived 10 days on tho fli^i oC his dog. They reported that some had lost their wa ,\ Scouts were immediately sent out, and some of tlis lost one3 were found within 10 miles of the camp, so weak that they liai to be fed with spoons. These young men threw their tools into tha Platte and started home on foot, taking only two blankets with them. For 200 mile3 they lived on prickly pears and wild potatoes. They built but two fires from Denver to Fort Kearney. Once they killed a prairie dog and roasted it. Another time they came to where a mau and his family were encamped, and asked for bread.
The man at first refused j(t, bat at fengfcb: agreed to'leb * them have some, for which he took their blankets as pay. They then had to sleep on the barepraine, and once the Cheyenne Indians came near, taking theic
coats from, them.