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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860

SYDNEY. Abbxvam. July 14.—Yarra, str., from Brisbane ; Hunter, Btr, from the Clydo. July 16.—Maria, brig, from New Caledonia; Balmoral, ach., from Chatham Islands ; Wave, brig, from Nelson. Julv 17. —William ir, str., from the Clyde. July 18. —Vixen, soh4 from Brisbane ; City of Sydney, brig, from Ldunceston and Eden ; Mnry and Rose, sch., from Mciiiournc ; Hunter, str., from the Clyde ; Havcrsham, brig, from Calcutta ; Urara, 6tr^ from the Clarence. July 19.—Izaak Walton, ship, from New York j Yarra, sell., from Lauii ceston and Eden ; Aquilla, brig, from Hong Kong ; Illawarra, str., from Meriwbula. July 20. Fcoella, str., from Clarence River; Yarrow, brig, from Melbourne. Departures. July 14.—City of Melbourne, Brilliant, Don Pedro, II, HALS* Victoria, for Melbourne. July 15.—H.U.S. Fawn, for Plymouth ; Prairie, for Adelaide; Sword Fish, for Hobart Town. July 16.—Uncle Tom, for Brisbane ; Kensington, and Jeanie Dow, for South Sea Islands ; D. T. VjBcr, for Sourabaya ; Yarn Yarra, ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Inteligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 July 1860

Local Intelligence. NEW JETTY AND EXTENSION OF WATCH HOUSE AT EDEN. — Our Jetty is to be built at last. In the Government Gazette of the 17th inst. tenders are called for the construction of the above works ; full particulars may be seen in another column. COPPER. — A person has made application to the Bench for permission to work a copper mine, which he has discovered within nine miles of Eden. We understand that a company is about to be formed for working the above.   SNOWY RIVER. — Amongst the passengers by the Wonga Wonga steamer, which left here on Friday night last, was a man by the name of Slowman. He informs us that he has been five months on Kiandra practically engaged as a digger, during which time his average earnings has been 20s. per day for the whole time. So much faith has he in the future prospects of Kiandra, that he has invested a large sum of money in a punt to be used at the second cross- ing of the Snowy River. He intends returning in about three we...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAND BILL. Concluded from our Publication of the 17th inst. Sale by auction of other lands. Upset price. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

THE LANI) BILL. Concluded from our Publication of the 17th in it. Sale by auction of other lands. Upset price. XX. Crow n Lands intended to be sold without conditions for residence and improvement shall be put up for public auction in lots not cxcccding acres each at such pthecs and times as the Minister shall direct to bo notified by adver tisement in the Gazette And the upset micro per acre shall not be lower than for Town Lands Eight Pounds—Suburban Lands Two l'ounds— good Lands having frontage One Pound—inferior and back Land Five shillings Provided that the upset prices may be respectively fixed at any higher amount*. Sale by auction of town and suburban lands. XXI. Town lands and suburban lands without valuable improvements shall be sold by Public Auction only. As to lands put up and not sold. XXII. Any Crown Lands put up for sale by public auction and not sold may be a^ain put up in like manner Provided that all lands other than town or suburban so put up and not sold shall b...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DEATH OF TE WHERO, THE MAORI KING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

DEATH OF TE M'HEUO, THE MAORI ! KING. i The Nck Zcahindcr of (he 4t,h insl. announces ; the muMou death of To Whcro Whom (or | " Potatau," as he has boon of laic called, in con- J ncction with the Maori King movement), "nni historical name, mid one, that enabled the pro- i motel's) of tlic :inti-lulid selling league (<> make . political capital of." It ap|)cari> that there hail just boon published, , at Auckland, n history of the Kin>j uwvcmi.'iit in j New Zealand, l>y Mr. Huddle, with a full report ' of the native til otinjjs at AVaikato, in the months | of April and Slay hist. To this brorhurc, since ; I'otatau's death, a postscript has been added, i from which we quote a Lav sentences. The ' writer siys :— i ■' This event will causa impnrtnnt changes. Wln-tlif r the adviK-atra of tlic seliomo will pro ceed at once t«» < Ji/ct a successor to i'ulatau, or whether they will allow the matter to dtvp, it is difficult to say. It is {>ossil)lc that t...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

GEO. DORAN & CO. have now on SALE, ex " Janet Dixon,"— Sinclair's Hams, Cork Butter, Coffee, Tea, Sugar. Sardines, Bottled Fiuifs, Lobster in T:ne, Mustard, Battj'e Pickles, Salad Oil, Jams, Fancy Soap, Manilla Cigars, Tobacco, Belmont and Neva Steal ine Candles, Starch, Bottled Alo and Porter, Geneva, Whisky, Old Tom, Ainiteit and U.V.P. Brand}', in Cnse and Quarter Casks Flnut, Oute, Bran, Timber, PainU, Oil, 1 arps, Paper Hangings. Also. Aberdeen Hose, Flannel Sim ts, Lambs Wool Pants, Sjuuiibh Do., Scarlet Frocks, Moil's Blue Navy Do., Blue Guernseys, Grey Blankets, Crimean tshius, Calico for lining, &c., &c. GEO. DORAN & CO., Shipping and Com mission Agents, General importers, ALo, Weccoon street, Edon, Twofold Ray. oc 23 GEO. ItOKAN & CO. have several ALLOT MEN TO of LAM) to LET or LEASE Early application is iicces^arv, oc 'l'-i' ON Snle by the Undersigned:—" Exeter Mills " ! fine FLOU It, in 50, H*l. ami 200 Hi. li.igs Tasinnnian Seed a...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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THE LATE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

THE LATE FIQIIT FOR THE CHAMPION SHIP. The English papers arc crowded with reports relative to the late fight between 8ayers and Heenan. The following ia from the Timet.— " Ah some of the supporters of Hoenan have spread a rumour that the English champion would have beon defeated had the fight been allowed to go on, we may mention on the autho rity of tho referee, that he closed tho conflict only in compliance with tho wishes of tho I American's fnouds. When tho ring was broken j the referee was forced away, and was outside the | | crowd round the combatants while tho last three or four rounds were fought. The friends of lieenan insisted on his rciurn to Btop the fi$ht, claiming, in accordance with the rules of the ring, that when the onclosurc was broken into, the combat should cease. They therefore made a passage for him to return to the men and stop them, which he accordingly did, in spite of the wishes of Sayet's supporters, who were confi dent of his winning in a few minutes mo...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

AnniYAL anu Di:r.\UTUnr. or Mails. The Pos'al arrangements ut Iho Edin Pott Office are aa follows :— TituSlM l Aanir w, I'jiom Svusr.v, vin tlio (\wt, tli'iK iUv, 3 p.m.; via liomltala, Sunday, :> j>.m.; via tlie Coast, Monday 0 p.m. . Tnr Mail Closes. FoiiSviwky.—By the RnnRn'!ra. ami via the O'wist, tl.is ilay, 9 j .m.; ami viu I he Coast on MoiiUuy, 0 p.m. l'oit M:.:.: v'jn°*£.—liy tlif V.'on^n \Von<;a.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWN LANDS SALE AT PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

CHOWN LANDS SALE AT l'ANBULA. Tho following ailolments of Innd were sn!«l on Thursday 10th inst., and are situated in the town ship of Wyndliam, about 25 miles from Edcti. A list of lots, prices, and names of purchasers arc given below:— TOWN LOTS AT WYNDHAM. Lot 1.—Adam Lewis, 41. 2.— do. do. 3.— do. do. 4.— do. do. 25.—S. Solomons, 26/. 10s. 26.—J. lici nascoiii,!)/. 1 On. 27.— do., Hi. 10*. 28.—John Uanfield, 77. 25).—Henry Udy, 7f. 5s. 30.—William Wright, Of. 15s. 31.—James Kixon, W. 1 Oh. 32.—John llernasconi, 17/. lf>s. 33.—John Walker, bl. 10s. 35.—Peter O'Neill, 41. 3".—Henry Udy. 41. 30.—John'Danik'ld, 41. ■10.—Louis ISernitscoiii, \L 41.— do. do. 42.—William I!emaseoni, 13?. 43.—Kimnn I.ove, IS/. 44.—William Tiioiiii>nvii,!)/. 45.— do 7/. 40.— do 81. 47.— do KV. 15s. 4S.—Jtiinc.s W. Edwards, Mi/. 10-. 40.—James llixon, 9/. 00.—William Thompson, 17/. 5s. 51.—John Frawtey, jun., 71. 52.—Hubert Turbett, 4/. 53.—Mrs. Murray, !>/. lO.t. 54.—S. L. Bransby, 4/. 10s. 55.—...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

AMI-SUM KNTS. JON ICS'S CI IJCL'S.—Clown, Mr. T Ys\Mh

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

fomt ifirtdtiflftttf. Coach bs to Kianpra.—We are in n position (o stato that (he enterprising firm of Cobb & Co., Melbourne, are making preparations to start a line of coaches, direct from Eden to Kiandra. Horses, coaches and provender, have been selected from their largo stock'for the occasion ; and all that now remains to be done, is to arrange« the stations along the read. The Jkttv.—The proposed Jetty is to be 477 feet in Jengtb, and 21 feet wide ; the top of the deck to be five feet above high water mark at spring tide. The piles are to be of iron bark, 15 inches diameter ut one ond, and 20 inchcs nt the other: pitchcd, and shod with cast "Iron shoos, weighing about 77Hjp, j Tjib Weather—The most boisterous weather imaginable has prevailed hero during the lost four or five days, Terrific gales of wind have becu blowing from the east and south cast. The sea around tho Heads presents an awful appoar anoo. Mountainous wares arc dashed against the breakers, and spray and f...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, July 26th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

COMMERCIAL. Tikgrayh Office llIilthJUY Kvening, July 26th, 1KH l radc is Hat; the rerent (wii weather having prevented the arrival of wveral vessels con taining consignments of lucichundisc for this poll. Flour continues <lull; hay, nuts, and bran n*m:.'in steady. Worses unci rarls for cartage (if jioods about town much in demand. ]>1.Hight hoist? r.iv also in demand. The following are a few of the retail piiees prevailing here at present:— i'l.tivtoes, "Ik Is. Is 6d. -Jib. loaf. Ilucf iind Muttoii, -h!. to Od. per lb. litlnirnt ('undies, 2s. do. CmV Ilutcr, 2s. do. i'hecse, Is. do.

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

TEE "WAR m NEW ZEALAND. By the arrival of later New Zealand papers, wo aro enabled to furnish nil particulars of the cngagoraent at Puketakauere, and the subsequent events of the war in Tarctnaki. Tlio correspondent of the JVclson Examiner writes:— ■ About daybreak on Wednesday, 27th Juno, a force of 200 men in all, from the 40th and' a Naval Brigade, set out from the camp with the big guns, and took up position on tlic side of tho poll nest the camp. Theso men had with them Major Nelson, Captain Richards of the 40th, Captain Seymour, and first Lieutenant Baddis combe of the l'elorus, and Lieutenant M'Nauglitcn of artillery. Another party of 150 men was sent round between the poh and the river, and leaving a detachment in the flat, came up in the rear of the pah, on the inland side. The pah was thus surrounded, so that none coming out could escape from one force to another. The main force in front opened fire with artillety at 7 a.m., and, after some firing, effected a smaU breach. ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

TO SELL OR LEASE. AN ALLOTMENT of LAND, situate near the Jt'tty, Ki!t_n, with a Cotiagc ami Outbuild ings tficroou crccted, and a AVcll of Good "Water. Vi>r imiiculars apply lo Mi'. J. M. 'WALKliJU, Ktleu. c

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

Virtoriatt sterns. The mutiny of the Exact was the principal case heard at the Willisunstown l'oliec Court yesterday, the N3th iiint. With tiic salient points of this af!air the public are already familiar, and it will suffice now to s-iy tlrnt Captain Moulin, the commander of tho erring crcw, deposed to circumstanccs wl\\eli left little doubt upoii the minds of his hc&rcrs that he hail Iweu sent upon the high seas with a remarkably impracticable 1 set of men under him, t j perform the necessary work of the vessel on the voyage from Opoitn to Melbourne. Tlic vessel sailed ori-finally from { Jersey, aiid at Oporto shipjwd a lot of Portuguese, in lieu of a previously inefficient crew •, Uut, as j luck would have it, bad became worse, and the poor captain was subjected throughout his subse-1 quent voyage to a description of behaviour, oil the part of his sailors, which bordered en such a state of mutiny as endangered his life. A chancc meeting with a French transport in the lat...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 27TH JULY, 1800. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

FRIDAY, 27tii JULY, l.S(0, F.pen, at last is to be admitted to the society of the other New South Welsh children, she bas made her debut, her claims have boen recogn-'sed, and iu future she is to receive that f=liare of maternal patronage to which lier natural qua'-fications have long f-incc entitled her. As a child, she has ever been both peaceful and good-tempered, and when younger, less endowed and «lescr\ing children have received marked attention and lavish gifts from a partial and unjust mother, she has passively submitted without pique or. resentment. It may be that, fully awn re of her own inherent qu^'ities, she was content ' to await the justice of vnie. Accident has thus brought her ;ito not'cj^jlt has been discovered that she possesses this 1tcy of the principal thoroughfare to nil immense tr#a : ury, for admittance to which admiring huh . drcds arc prepared to woo her. Iler sagacious mother obsei ring this, has consented to ex pend n small sum >1 the development of h...

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PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

POKOP 151 JEN, TWOFOLD BAY. The rcccnt fearful weather has prevented the nrriv^ or dijwrturo of vessels to or from our jiort,™ Tho Ilargrtavcfi, rud Daring, fcIjr, nnd the Curlew, Antelope, and Maid of the Mill, * cutterc, arc here at present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

STEAM TO SYDNEY. — THE RANGAT1RA h due hero TO-NIGHT, and will leave shortly after her arrival. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD HAY STEAM "BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phcctiix 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 stcampacket starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock nt noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 MERIMBULA STEAMER. AFTER the 1st of Siptember next, there will bo a regular SALE BY AUCTION of SERVICEABLE HORSES, Baddies, Pack Saddles, &c., Immediately after the arrival of cach Steamer. alt f c W NELSON, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, i from SYDNEY, will remain for a blioi-t time nt Mr. D. GOLDSMITH'S, IMLAY STREUT, and take LIKENESSES an<l VIEWS for any party who may favor him with a ca.ll, f...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

DIAJtY. Days of weokfev.f s.un js«« jmoonvj 3 i Month.-rises scte.| Age j at • h.m. km.1 daynTl h. 111. l"iiiDAV..„„...'July27'7 05 12 8 2 40[uir Satlhuav „ 28'7 OA 12 9 : 3 5s si-NDAT 29,6 09 5 13 ltt ; 5 14 „ Monday „ 306 58 5 14 11 ' 0 31 „

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 27 July 1860

M.E11IMBULA. Aiuuvau July 10.—iSowniiBtr., to continue pertnnuently.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

pat ^utcUififnrc. The Weather.—The weather has at last changed, the bay if) as calm as a mill-pond, the sky clear and bright, and the sun tshiniug beautifully and warm. Great floods have taken place in many parts of the district, particularly at l'auhula and ftego, accounts of which appear in another column. Fences, and the soil of fields under crops have been carried away in many places. At Panbula the course of the river has changed, and the water was nearly three feet high in the National School. No accounts of loss of life have yet reached us, although it appears Dr. Homan, of 1'anbula, had a narrow escape. Kf.ligious.—A Public Mcetini? will be hi-ld at the Bega Court-house, on Thursday evening next, at seven p.tn, in connection with Church mat ters. It is intended to make a proposition to the Hev. Mr. Licshman. 1 he Cillers.—Tins place of amusement re opened on Friday night, with the addition of Mr. Yeamans, the celebrated clown. Ahout eight o'clock the audience began to collcc...

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