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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

Local Intelligence. NATIONAL SCHOOL.—The following gentlemen   are appointed Local Patrons to the National . School at Eden.—Messrs. Solomon, Barclay,   Shaw, Doran, Williams, Prescott, Homan, Silk,   Murray, Rixon, Dixson, Cotham. A meeting of the Patrons is called by advertisement for next Wednesday evening. ADDITIONS TO THE EDEN WATCHHOUSE.—We understand that the contract for these works has been taken by Messrs. Everett and Stephens, who will commence operations forthwith. SNAKES AGAIN.—As the summer approaches those reptiles appear to be increasing in number. Several venomous species have been killed in the neighbourhood lately. One was captured at the back of Mr. Ferguson's public-house on Sunday last measuring 4 feet 6 inches in length, by a car-   penter living at the back of the premises. A black snake of the very worst description was killed by Mr. Matthews, the butcher, in his pad- dock a few days back, while on horsebac...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Intelligence. (Wednesday, October 17th, 1860). [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

Police Intelligence. (Wednesday, October 17th, 1860). ROUCH v. SHAW.—This was a summons to re- cover possession of some land, and a cottage thereon, alleged to have been leased by the plaintiff to defendant, but not delivered in pur-   suance of a written agreement duly entered into to that effect. The Clerk of the Bench read the summons to   defendant, and asked him what he intended to plead. Defendant said he did not suppose it was necessary to plead, as the magistrates must be aware they had no jurisdiction to try such a case,   and it was a useless waste of their time. The Clerk said—You had better plead, Mr.   Shaw, something. Mr. Shaw said—Well, if you will proceed, enter Not Guilty. The Clerk of the Bench was then proceeding   at great length to take down in writing plaintiff's   evidence as to the nature of the agreement, when defendant interfered by stating it was wholly ir- regular to receive evi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney & Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at Ulladulla as formerly.   Passengers will find this route both shorter   and more easy than any other to the Kiandra   Diggings having houses of accommodation at   convenient distances.   Fares, 30s, Steerage.   N.B. — A steampacket starts From Merimbula direct tor Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon,   every Tuesday. j» 2 STEAM BETWEEN   Sydney & Merimbula T'HE First class Steam Packets of the I. S. N.     Co will hereafter ply as follows :—   From SYDNEY   Every MONDAY NIGHT and every FRIDAY         MORNING, the Hunter. | From Merimbula       On WEDNESDAYS, 6 p.m. SATURDAYS,   8 a.m., the H...

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DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

DIARY. Days of week Day of Sun Sun Moon's High Month rises sets Age Water at Eden               h.m h.m. days. h.m.     FRIDAY Oct. 19 5 1 6 13 4 11.36p.m. SATURDAY " 20 5 16 6 14 5 0.25p.m. SUNDAY " 21 5 15 6 15 6 0.52p.m.     MONDAY " 22 5 15 6 16 7 1. 38p.m.  

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 19TH OCTOBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 19TH OCTOBER, 1860. The necessity of attending to the subject   of Water Supply for the town of Eden seems likely to be overlooked in the multitude of other matters which continue to occupy pub- lic attention; it is, nevertheless, one demand- ing our immediate and most serious consider- ation ; and, indeed, cannot safely be postponed much longer. Even with the original limited population of this township, before the late influx of new arrivals had commenced, it fre- quently happened, during the Summer Season of the year, that there was a scanty supply, and sometimes it was only obtainable at a considerable distance from the township, and consequently at much inconvenience and ex- pense to the inhabitants at that period. How, then, can a population fifty times greater in extent hope to obtain anything like an ade- quate supply for their domestic requirements alone. In view of the hot summer days fast approaching, we confess we view with deep appreh...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather changeable. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather changeable. ARRIVALS. October 17.—Wonga Wonga, str., 7OO tons,   Taylor, from Melbourne to Syd- ney Passengers, 48. October 16.—Hugh Roberts, brg., 90 tons, T. Cooper, from Sydney to Mel- bourne. Windbound. October 17— Hargraves, from Hobart Town to   Sydney. T. Henderson. Wind- bound. October 17.—Brilliant, schr., 112 tons, F. Stew-     art, from Sydney to Melbourne.   Windbound. October 18.—Tasmania, str, 400 tons, John     Clinch, from Sydney to Hobart Town. Passengers—cabin: Mrs. Dixon, Miss Dixon, Miss Craig,   Mr. Thos. Dixon, Mr. C. Asheirn. Mrs. I.ayton and children, and 15 in the steerage. DEPARTURES. October 17.—Wonga Wonga, for Sydney. Pas-   sengers, 5.   IMPORTS.   Wonga Wonga.—3 cases boots, Harris : 10 bags flour, 1 box soap, Walker; 3 cases, 1 trunk, 2 &a...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS   The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post   Office are as follow :—   THE MAILS ARRIVE   FROM SYDNEY. —Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and Merimbula, every Monday and Friday   3 p.m. ; FROM BOMBALA AND COOMA, every Sunday, 3pm THE MAILS CLOSE? FOR SYDNEY. Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and   Merimbula. Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m.   and per steamer, to-night.   FOR PANBULA, COOMA, &c., every Tuesday, 3 p.m.   FOR MERIMBULA.—By the Steamer, on Sunday.  

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 15th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)     October 15, 1860.   Several rich leads have been discovered at Wahgunyah, in the Ovens district, and a rather extensive rush has set in thitherward.   The sinking is from 130 to 150 feet, and   the prospectors' claim is said to yield six   pennyweights to the tin dish. This disco-     very is very timely, and will probably arrest     the fast growing disposition to make tracks   for the Snowy, the news of late from thence     having again aroused the attention of our     unsettled population. This term, I am afraid,     will apply to a very large proportion of the   inhabitants of this colony, who finding it     impossible to obtain from the governing   classes any mater...

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Mining Intelligence. LATEST FROM K'ANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

Mining Intelligence. LATEST FROM KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] October 13.—Some handsome nuggets have       again been found at Surface Hill; one of 50   ounces was to be seen yesterday at the Bank of New South Wales. Rumours of the 400 ounce   one are still afloat, but it remains invisible. Be this as it may, there are undoubtedly many parties doing very well here. The escort returns     are of themselves sufficient to convince any one   who will take the trouble of visiting the various   diggings and of comparing the proportionately       small quantity of miners actually at work with the amounts sent down. New leads are being discovered daily ; every morning one hears of a new rush—in fact, with the exception of the river bed within view of the township, and a part of Surface Hill, lit...

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English Extracts. REVOLUTION IN SICILY AND NAPLES. INVASION OF CALABRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

English Extracts. REVOLUTION IN SICILY AND NAPLES. INVASION OF CALABRIA.     Once more the daring genius of Italy's greatest   general has led him into a position to thrill his     friends with an admiration that is tempered with concern. Garibaldi is in Calabria, to contend, with not more than 8000 and possibly with fewer than 6000 chosen followers, in the name of liberty and Italian independence, against the large and   well-trained army of a king whose government   has been an incarnation of the spirit of ooppres-   sion. If we have recourse to figures and compare     the numerical strength of the opposed forces,   nothing seems more rediculous than this invasion.   The king of the remaining "Sicily" disposes of     an army which, according to official statistics, should number 70,000 infantry of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

ALBION HOTEL, QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY.   SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD T. GILBERT AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition (on the   Premises), the well-known and newly-erected ALBION HOTEL, situate Queen's Wharf, Eden, on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site in the flourishing and improving township of Eden.   Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up   without regard to cost; the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-place, and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business. Bar Parlour is not too large to be comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snuggery." The Dining Rooms are commodious, well furnished,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 19 October 1860

LIME ON SALE. Lime in any quantity delivered on the Wharf at 1s. 6d. per bushel over 100 bushels. Ap- ply to W GAUNSON, Ferny Flat, Broadwater,     or to L. O'NEILL, Victoria Hotel, Imlay street, Eden. o 29     A STRIKER WANTED For a BLACKSMITH. Apply at the Vulcan [R] pose, eight miles from Eden. c HUMPHRIES J, WILLIAMS.   PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, AND SIGN WRITER Opposite the TELEGRAPH Printing Office, E D E N. [? ] ECONOMY AND DISPATCH. alt f oc 27 LAND. LAND. LAND. SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS AND PRIVATE RESIDENCES.   50 Freehold Allotments for Sale HAVING FRONTAGES TO IMLAY, MITCHELL. AND FLINDERS STREETS. Title — Crown Grants. Apply to L H. MOSES, Auctioneer and Land Agent, Imlay Street. c W. BENNETT, Architect, Builder, and Arbitrator. RED LION HOTEL,                 Eden. 42   THOMAS A. WILLIA...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney & Merimbula THE First-class Steam Packets of the I.S.N. Co. will hereafter ply as follows :—   From Sydney Every MONDAY NIGHT and every FRIDAY MORNING, the Hunter. From MERIMBULA On WEDNESDAY'S, 6 p.m. SATURDAY'S, 8 a.m., the Hunter. Phoenix Wharf, Sydney, 29th Sept. c FIRST SHIP for the FEBRUARY SALES ABERDEEN LINE of CLIPPERS. For LONDON, Direct, To sail positively October 29,   The new Aberdeen Clipper built Ship.' S T R A T H DO N, A 1 10 years,   1,044 tons per register. JAMES ROSS, Commander. This noble vessel was built expressly for the   Australian trade, by Walter Hood and Company,   Mild forms one of the justly-celebrated line of     Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. George   Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of which   The Moravian, Capt. Edward, The Omar Pasha, Capt. Thomson,   And the Maid of Judah, Capt....

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather changeable. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather changeable. ARRIVALS. October 19.—Tasmania, str., Clinch, from Syd- ney, 18th inst., 6 passengers. October 18.—City of Sydney, str., Moodie, from Melbourne, 18th inst, 6 passen- gers. October 20.—Wonga Wonga, str., Walker, from Sydney, 19th instant, 24 passen- gers.   October 20.—Valiant, brig, 147 tons, from New-   castle, windbound. DEPARTURES. October 19.—City of Sydney, str., for Mel- burne.   Tasmania,str., for Hobart Town. October 20.—Wonga Wonga, steamer, for Mel- bourne. 30 passengers.   Octobcr 21.—Valiant, brig.   IMPORTS. Tasmania—6 mats sugar, 26 pkgs sundries. Wonga Wonga—1 csk lemons, 2 pkgs oilman's stores. I bot glass, 1 parcel ironmongery. 8 bxs     and 3 tins herrings, 4 box, 2 cases, 2 pkgs, 6 cases   eggs.   City of Sydney—1 case, 1 pkg merchandise,   10 cases Geneva,...

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL. October 18 —Mimosa, str., Maylor, form Sydney. 33 passengers. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL.   October 18 —Mimosa, str, Maylor, front Sydney.   33 passengers.   IMPORTS.   Mimosa.—1 trunk, 2 cases, 1 bale, 1 bag, 2 do   sugar, 4 do salt, ¾ chest tea, Ritchie : 2 hhds   rum, 15 cases gin, 25 do brandy, 6 do whiskey, 2   do Port, 6 do sherry, 1 iron pipe and packet, 6   bags salt, 1 do rice, 2 drums oil, 2 do turps, 20   boxes tea, 5 chests tea, 6 coils wire, 3 do rope, 4 casks bottled beer, Montague : 1 bundle lines, 1   do handles, 2 drums oil and turps, 1 keg nails, 24   bars, 4 bundles iron, 2 cast arms, 2 cart boxes, 1 bundle steel, 1 keg shoes. 1 matted bundle, Ben - nett ; 10 bags flour, 5 mats sugar, 1 box soap, 2 do currants, 2 cases, 1 box, 1 chest tea, McGregor ; 2 bags flour, 5 mats sugar, 1 box, Cameron; 4     bags flour, 1 jar, 12 cheese vats, 1 parcel, Black;   1...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follow :—   THE MAILS ARRIVE,   From Sydney.—Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and Merimbula, every Monday and Friday   3 p.m.   FROM BOMBALA AND COOMA, every Sunday,   3 p.m.   THE MAILS CLOSE,   FOR SYDNEY.—Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula and Merimbula, Every Friday aud Monday, 9 p.m. and per steamer, tonight. FOR BOMBALA, COOMA, &c., every Tuesday, 3 p.m.   FOR MELBOURNE—By the Steamer, on Sunday.

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 23RD OCTOBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

The Telegraph.   TUESDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, 1S60. [The following article was written and intended for publication last week, but was withheld at the   special request of Mr. Henry Seekamp, the person   charged with neglect and desertion of duty. We, see no reason, however, for further withholding   it, as it exhibits as smart a piece of chicanery as was ever attempted amongst the outsiders of the honorable profession, the Press, and which we think it our duty to expose.] The unavoidable absence of the conductor of this Journal in Melbourne during the past fortnight rendered it necessary to confide its   management iu the interim to other hands. We regret that we find it necessary to make this statement, but it is the only consolation we have, seeing that the usual business of the Journal has been neglected, and smarting, as we are, "under the degradation of feeling that our columns have been polluted during our absence by ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

Local Intelligence. BRICK-MAKING MACHINE.—Messrs. Wallis Bros. have just received from Adelaide a Brick-making   machine of the most approved construction, capa-   ble of finishing 25 bricks per minute. With suchj   appliances as this, the inhabitants may soon be   able to obtain bricks at a moderate price, and diminish the adoption of wood in the construction of their dwellings. Sheep Killed by Lightning.—By a letter from Mr. Wyndeyer, news has reached town of the death of 100 sheep by lightning, a few even- ings ago on Mr. Bradley's station at Bibenluke. Coach Accident.—On Friday evening last as Mr. Rixon's coach was on its return from Pan- bula to town, one of the springs broke. The pas- sengers had to alight, ana walk to town under a heavy and disagreeable shower of rain. Gold Diggisg at Pinchgut.—We hear that there are about 20 men at work at this place, situated within a few miles from the Woolpack   &nbs...

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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

Sydney Items.   In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday last, on the motion of Mr. ROBERTSON, after slight discussion the Crown Lands Occupation Bill was   read a second time, and its consideraition in Com-   mittee made an Order of the Day for Thursday the 18th inst. On that day the House went into Committee on the Bill. The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd clauses were postponed. The 4th clause, providing for the proclamation of sites of cities and towns, and suburban reserves was, after a lengthened debate, passed. The 5th clause, providing for the dedication of lands to public purposes, was passed.   The 6th clause, excepting all pastoral leases   granted previous to the 22nd of February, 1838, from the right of free selection. An amendment,   proposed by Mr. ROTTON, excepting all leases   both before and since the 22nd of February, 1838,   was carried, after much discussion, by 30 to 10. &...

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