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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, July 16th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 July 1860
COMMERCIAL. Tdegrapk Office, Monday Evening, July ICtli, 1860. Trade is still active, most articles realizing fair prices with the exception of flour. The market has become rather overstocked with this article, and it cannot be «quotcd at more thou £25 per ton for first quality. Hay is plentiful at present. Carts for, the cartagc of goods from the wharf are much enquired-for. Fat cattle and sheep remain as last quoted. Saddle horses remain from £10 to £125 cach; heavy draught do. arc enquired for but none offering. Gold continues at £3 10s. per ounce at the Bunk. The following sales by auction took place on tln> Jetty oh Saturday la«t, the 14th inst:—Mr. Prescott sold, deal quartering 2x3, 6u0 at lis., 501 > do. at 10a. Ud., 500 at lis., 500 at lis. 3d.,' COO at lis. Jiil.,500 at lis. Oil., 100 at lis. !)d., ami 6&lt;R) at lis. 6d. Weather boards, 7*1 inch, 20u0 fuet at 10s. 9d., 4000 at 10s. Sid., 4000 at 10s. fsil. per 100. Dressed weather, 10,000 feet at lis. Od. pe...
Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
fitting gntcnigrncr. We take a few extracts from some of the New •South Wales Journals, which will certainly not be inserted in the Victorian Papers:— IMPORTANT F110M THE SNOWY RIVER (From our Correspondent.) Kiandra July 13.—'The weather continues ex tremely cold, the thermometer being last night as low as 10 degrees. The diggers are, however, at work and doing well. The arrival of Victorian miners has been large, and without exception they all express themselves satisGed with their prospects, but consider Octolwr early enough to arrive here. Gabriel and Edwards, and party of fivp, from Benalla, Victoria, who arc at work on Sincere' Flat, took out last week W. each man. Mr. Littleton, mining share broker, has just re turned from a prospecting excursion along the Snowy River, and considers the whole extent rich in the extreme. Several rushes have taken place, but few have the courage to venture far from Kiandra. Provisions still continue high. On Monday all the butchers' shops were ...
BEGA. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
BEGA. [COMMUNICATED.] At a meeting held in Mrs. White's Victoria j Hotel, on Friday evening, the 20th inst, Mr. John M'Gregor, senr, iu the chair ; present Dr. King, Mr. Go wing, Mr. C. M'Gregor, Mr. Jajgcrs, (Secretary;—it was proposed, seconded, and car ried unanimously, that it is expedient the Muni cipalities Corporation Act of 1858, be extended to this lural district. A Committee was ap pointed to carry out tho objects of the meeting, uud two gentlemen weio named to form a peti tion and present the same for signature to the inhabitants. It would be too prolix even to recapitulate the cogent arguments employed by the ssrenal speakers on this occasion. It was clearly shown that as a district we are entitled to such an institution, being upwards of one hun dred householders, whereas fifty are sufficient to constitute a municipality under the Act That our population are settling in every senBe of the word, as contra distinguished from visitors, or sojourners. That our harbour of Ta...
Police Intelligence. BOMBALA, JULY 12th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
Retire tftrtcttigciw. BOMBALA, JULY I2tb, 1800. Bcforo C. H. Baddcley, Esq., J.P., and H. j Solomons, Esq., J.P. , Qoeen v. Holt.—George Holt, appeared, on i remand, to answer a charge of horse stalling. William Campbell, stated on oatli, that 011 the j evening of the 10th June, a marc and fillv, his I property, were grazing near his hut, when j prisoner passed that way, and since that time ] they had disappeared. j Campbell's wife gave similar testimony. \ William Haigli saw the prisoner on the night j of the 19th June, but did not 3ee the animals in i his posseasioa. Case dismissed. I Axx Campbf.ll v. Koj.t.—Assault. Settled j out of Court. Kiuk v. Campbell.—Assault. Settled. HaIGU v. Campbell.—Detention of Wages. Settled out of Com-t. Gibbs v. ItossiTF.o.—Detention of wag. s. Ver dict for a fair amount. Gibus v. Kkstektox.—Detention of wages. Verdict for a fair amount. Small Debts. Leonat.ti v. Falconer.—Adjourned ease from last sittings, being a claim for goods supplied. Verdict...
The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 24th JULY, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
ilur Mfpaplt. TUESDAY, 24th JULY, 18G0. A " reliable" authority, according to the Balla.-at Star, has recently come to light in Victoria, on whose illustration of Two fold Bay and the Snowy River gold fields all credence should be based, although what he asserts is in direct and positive oppo sition to all that has been said by special reporters, and by Licut.-Col. Fbeelisg. The statement of this paragon of respectability is to be acccpted as gospel truth, and those rendered by gentlemen of the Press and the Government, are to be swept away as utterly worthless and untrue. The facts of the ease amount to this, p. person, formerly proprietor of the Montezuma Hotel, at Ballarat, who had the misfortune to be cjected from that establishment under a County Court warrant for being unable to pay bis debts—who after wards set up in tlic 6ame lino at Back Crock, witli equal success, and is nt present, or was recently, plying the sly-grog trade at Inglewood, has made one statement and the cor...
Correspondence. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Mancroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
tforrcspcmdcnrc. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Jfancroo Telegraph. Sib.—1 bavc just returned from Xiandra, having been there practically en paged as a dig ger for nine weeks, during which time I have worked on Snowy Plains niid other places known as the Snowy River divings. I have had great experience both in California and Victoria, and I give it as my comiction that the Alpine dis covei y will prove both ilcli and extensive. I could have clone well were it not for the incle mency of the weather—the gold is there but it cannot be got. I would advise no person to go to Kiandra for the next six weeks. Many people have already arrived there, without any means of support, and, as might have been expected, left without doing anything. For my own part, 1 intend to return next summer, and notl'ing will cauee me to alter tip's determination. The road from Twofold Hay is by far the best and most practicable, and I have experienced tho greatest kindness and hospitality from the settle...
NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
NEWCASTLE. AEBIVAL8. July 13.—Storm Bird, from Melbourne; -Martha Ellen, from Sydney i Alma, from Melbourne. July 14.—Rebecca, from Melbourne. July 15. —Qteebee, frpm Melbourne; Matgaibtha Boeas ner, from Auckland; Emelia Breillat, Quelle, Corio, atr, and Christopher George, from Sydney. July 1 ft—Highland Lassie, from Melbourne; Prarie. sad Pacific, from 8ydney. July 18. —Atalanta, from Melbourne; Albion and Rose, from Sydney; Shamrock, and William Buchanan, returned to. port July 19.—Yarra Yarra, from Sydney: Fair Taamanian, Prinoe Albert, Sehkn, Venture, Rebeooa, Bdla Vista, from Melbourne! Vivilia, Gem, James Paxton, from Gedong: New Moon, fron Mapleay River; D, T. Visser, aom Sydney} ElUaoeth, Grafton, Jane, Minerva, Atlantio, Margaret and Mary, end Venus, from Sydney. Departubeu. July 13.—^«iegmpb, for Brisbane; Dorothea, from Guam | Zwaluw* for Batavia. July 16. —Prinoe Arthur, and Tyra, for Melbourne. July 17.—Alcyone, for Geelong; Prince Patrick, for Melbourne; H.M. Waraeld...
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, July 23rd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, July 23rd, 1860. Transactions have been light since our last publication. All is excitement and bustle,— warehouses arc drawing towards completion for the storage of goods, which are daily ex pected by the various vessels laid on for this port The land sale at Panbula, on Friday last, realised fair prices, although the land is twenty five miles from Eden, more than £300 was paid into the Commissioner of Crown Lands office this morning, and about £1000 during the week for lands open for selection. Flour remains easy; hay, bran, and oats, dull. The consumption at present is small, and business transactions are likely to be tame for some time. Our wharf is to be commenced forthwith, so that great facility will be afforded for loading and discharging vessels. ?The following are a few of the retail prices prevailing here at present:— Potatoes, 71b. Is. Bread, Is. 6d. 41b. loaf. Beef and Mutton, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Belmont Candles, 2s. do. Cork...
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
Ab&ival akd Depaetuee of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follows Tins Mail Abeives, Fbom Sydney.—By the Wonga Wonga, to morrow, at noon. From Melbotjbke.—By the Kangatira, Friday night. The Mail Closes, Fob Sydney, via the Coast, this day 7 a.m.; via Bombala, 3 p.m. Fob Melbourne—By the Wonga Wonga, to morrow, at noon.
SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
SYDNEY WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Bass'Ale, 7J. 6i.pprhbd.; Brass', 9*. to 9», Sd. per doz.; Porter,^* 6», per hha,, dulL—Building Materials: Bricks, Colonial, pot thousand, 31.; Soman Cement, I8t. per barrel.—Timber: Ame rican flooring boards, dull; Baltic deal, 9x3,6d, to 6^d. per foot, 11 x 3, 6d. to &\d; V. D. L. Bhinglcs, 17*. t 6 feet palings, lit. per 100,— Butter: Best brands, .Cork, I*. Id. to 1«. 6d. per lb.—CandleB, Bolmontaand Neavas, 15&lt;f.%o 1(W. per lb.—Cheese: lOrf. to 13jrf. per lb.—Flour: Colonial, first quality, 251. per ton ; V. L. D., 221.; Adelaide, 23?. 10*.; Chilli, fresh, 23I.—Wheat: Colonial, 9«. to 9s. 3d.—Oate; Scotch or Irish, 3s.; N. Z, 4s.—Potatoes: Colonial, SI.; V. D. L., 11. to 8?. per ton.—Rice: 18?. to 231. 10«.— Martell's brandy: in bond, 11». to lis. 6d. per gal; Clouceau's, 26». per doe.—Sugar: (duty paid), Loaf, 61.; Cossipore, 521. to 631.; Mauritius, bright counter, 381,—Tea: (duty paid), Congou, finrt quality, 81. to 81.10s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
EDEN MUNICIPALITY. miffi petition to his EXCELLENCY tbo l^GOVEKNOK of New South Wales to pro CLAIM this TowjBh'p a MUNICIPALITY wi" JKe for Signatrro— "At Mr. Kixok's Hotel, tbis day nnd Wednesday, At Mr. Silk's, on Thursday 20th, At A'-. Botl/nd's, on Friday 27tli. charles SHAW, Hon. Sec. Cedar Furniture, F JII ST QUALITY, COMPRISINGJ Bedsteads, sofas, chairs, DRAWERS, cheffioneers, &c. K?* Tho above can be recommended. Apply to Mr. J. E. argent, at Mr. BL'ltuOWS'S, C'Allc CuHe street. I EDMUND henr1ques, Aucl'oncer, Sliip J pin?, Commission nnd Forwarding Agent Li (tie ImJay-st., opposite tlic Wirtf. Kiicii, Two fold Buy. oc 23 GEO. Hon - \ 6: CO, $i?.ve wveral ALT-OT MENl'S of L.AM) to LET or LEASE. Einly &lt;4>]>'icfi.iiou is uecessu.y, oc 23 ON" S.ik' In- il\e Undersigned :—" Est-ler Mills: (We FLOUR, in OO,*100, ami 200 lb. Bagfi, 'l.i iii;'.!' ;'i! Seed and Feed Ouis, " Fii-an, Hay, " Potatoes, &-c., &c. THOS. A. WILLIAMS, oc 23 Lit. ...
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PIUCES CURRENT. The markets ere very dull, transactions being light and scarcely worthy of notice. The Argus says:—" We can only reiterate our last report that there is absolutely ' nothing doing.'" Composition candle range from Is, 4d. to Is. Rd. Bass' ale £7 10s. per liha., and best brands of bottled 9s. per aoz. Flour and wheat:—There hare been large ini]x>rtations from San Francisco. Adelaide flour however, best quality, is selling in small parcels at from £21 to £22, and Tasmnnian £20 to £21. Wheat—8s. 6d. to 9s. Irish and Scotch oats, 3s. 9d. to 4s.; Dutch, 4s. to 4s. 3d.; Californian, 4s. 6d. to 4s. 9d.; Calcutta, 3s. Cd. to 4s.; and Colonial, 4s. Cd. to 5s. 6d. Bran, Is. 6d to Is. 7d. Sugar, dull. Patna rice, £9. Double rose Cork butter, Is. 4d, inactive. Timber.—American doors, 5s. Gd. to 16s. each ; do, sashes, 6s. 6d. to 14s. per pair; do, laths, sawn, 4 feet, 12s. 6d. to £1 per 1,000. Baltic— deals, red, 9x3, 3Jd. to 4d. per foot; do, red, 11 x3, 5...
Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
Yirtoriati ferns. The Land Bill has again passed the Assembly with amendments, and lias been sent up to the Lords for reariU'iiilnient. The Divorce Rill has passed (he Assembly, rendering desertion fjr four years a legal ground of Divorce. Nearly all the workmen on the Mount Alex ander aud Murray Kivcr railway were on strike, in cortfictyience of tlie contractors having insti tuted moiltUiy, instead of fortnightly payments. A deputation waited 011 the Commissioner of Public Works 011 tho 19th iiiit. in reference to the matter. * On Tuesday 17th inst,, two Companies of the 40th Regiment, consisting of 200 men, were in spected \>y Major-General l'ra't, C.B, previous to their departure for New Zealand. Ho ad dressed tlieni ns follows:—" Soldiers, I am not going to make you a Ion? speech. 1 have just re ceived a despatch from Tarannki, containing the names of your comradcs that fell there. \Ve ore going to avenge them ; and I shall be with you." The following is from the Arpus of the...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
jfttipptag ^utcUigcoff. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Abuttals. July 20.—Daring, returned to port,. ; „ Antelope, cutter, from Western Port " „ Reindeer, brigantine, 104 tons, W, Yonng, from Sydney, 14th inst, bound for Melbourne. „ Curlew, yacht, ProviB, from Melbourne. » Hargreavo8,6cn.,l71 tous, R. Henderson, front Newcastle, 6th hut., bound for Melbourne. Wonga Wonga, str., COG tons. J. Walker, from Melbourne, 19th inst. Passengers, 35 in the steerage.—S. & H. Solomons, agents. „ 22.-—Rangatira, str, 700 tons, Moodic, from Sydney, 21st inst. Passengers, 10 in the steerage.—S. & H. bolomons, j agents. I Departures. July 19.—Tamar, brigantine, 109 tons, W. Pie, for Newcastle, in ballast. I „ 20—Won pa Wonga, str., Walker, for Bydiioy. „ 21.—Reindeer, resumed her voyage. i „ 22.—Rangatira, 6tr., for Melbourne.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
STEAM TO MELBOURNE. —The WONGA WONG A ■ is due here on To-morrow, Wednesday, the 25th inst. TO MELBOURNE. WONGA WONGA STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE ItANGATIRA is duo here on Friday Night, 27th instant. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, STEAM BETWEEN Sy dney & Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the ! Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. j These Stcampackets do not call at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter nnd more easy than any other to the Kiandra Diggings, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30 s. Steerage. N.B.—A stcampacket starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oe 2 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY THE IMLAY STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD DAY, Next the"Telegraph" Newspaper Officc. THE HOUSE FOB THE DIGGERS. Board and Lodging, 30s. a week. Town and Couitiry Newspapers, Magazines, &lt;i-c. on tine table. oc 17 BENJAMIN LOEWY, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. BEGS to call the attention of the Ladies aud Gentlemen of ...
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860
MELBOURNE. A.RRIYALS. July 16.—Britannia, ship, from Launceston ; Prom-, brig, from Lvttleton; Miami, brig, from Sydney,; Ella E. Badger, ship, from London, 4th April; Anna Krell, bqe, from Puget Sound; Golden Spring, brig, m»m Sydney; Wailaoe, ship, from Greenock, 28th March ; Swallow, uch, from Fort Frederick; Black Swan, str., from IfuncestoD ; C. F. Leasing, brig from Newcastle ; Pioneer, Ech., from Concr Ink$; Adoona, och., from Launceston. Julv 14.—Oscar, str., from Adelaide; Flying Cloud, vsch, from Port Frederick; Squaw, brig fromSydney; H. M. str., Victoria, ten guns, from Auckland, via Sydney; Magdalena, brqe, from Hamburg ; Almccu, sch, from Port Frederick. July 18. —Pirate, str., from Otago; Storm Bird, str, from Port Albert. Departures. July 16.—Rebecca, 6ch, and Clarendon, brig, for Newcastle, July 17.—Matador, brig, for Newcastle. July 18.—Anne and Jane, Athol, Boh., for Belfast. Projected Departdiies. For England and the East.—Ottowa, R. if. S. S., 25 th inst. For Lo...