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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

IMLAY STREET, EDEN. Tfaimer Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform (Ik; Inliat itahts of Manekoo, Kiandha, Beqa, 1'an bum, Sydney, and the Burrounding Colonies, that iic has just completed aiicl opened the above extensive Establish ment on a scale, as regards Accommodation, unrivalled by any house in the district, and which niuat give satisfaction to the most fastidious, : A. F. wishes to inform New Arrivals that he has several suites of Bedrooms, together with Private Parlours, for Families. N.B.—WINES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. i CHARGES EXTBEMELY MODERATE i CROWN LANDS SALES. Sales of crown lands win bo held nt the undermentioned piuce on the day stated. WOOLLONGONG, (At the Police Office) 011 SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 12 lots (32 acres 2 roods IT perches to 53 acres) on Brandy and Water and kemblc Creeks, ad joining and near to Owen's, Waldron's, Ciever doti's, and Shore's portions, parish...

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Local Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

£ocal BjJntcUitjcnrc. PUBLIcfMKETING. A Public Mect-ii)* wjs he'd <>u Tuesday even ing last, for the )itir[> .se of taking into co:isidi ra tio.) tlieadvi-abiliiyof uu moiia:isiug (lie Go.-i m mi'-iit (o institute uu in }uiry into tlie al.niuistra tio:i of .Justice in tins district, aud to appoint add f iou.ii in i isti ates therefor Uefiiv fie hour "f iiio-.-tinj; (8 o'clock) arrived, a considerable numb r of pers tin assembled in the !mge ro mi of tin: Exchange Hotel, anil in the precincts of the buildim;. Shortly after eight the iarne r.) in w is crowded to excess. It Ms moved and seeoaited tlmt (Japt. Thomas take the chair (confusion). It was move 1 and sec.nid'.'d that Capt. D.iran take the chair (cheers and confusion). Capt. Damn s .id lie must dccliue taking the chair on this nrea i ». It \va« moved and .seconded that Mr. S ilnnion, a- 'Hie of the oldest i in Oiiiai.ts nf the district, lake the chair on this o-xa^lon (cheer*). Mr. Solomon objured. L'nderordin...

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Police Intelligcnce. ELEN, Tuesday, November 13th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murry. Esq., P.M., G. P. Keen, and Capt. John Lloyd, Esqs, J.P.S.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

I'oUrr MntcUiflcncc. Kl I'S, Tuesday, November J3th, 1 SCO. (Before P. J. Murr.v. Esq., P.M., G. J>. Ko 11, and (.'apt. John Llovd, I'l^qs , J.IVa.) Otoay v. Mom ax.—'I'hi.magistvatis tiismi si'd t! i- clwrp' ns fi ivolous. I'l I Mil v. Wm.Uams.—,A<iji>i>ni' <) f'Tini Ill < Oi.K v. FlIKIil.llICK.—A Mlllimoli*. f"I' J.'-t 1 fill,. • nan! (iliil lodging ntiJ <adi i-Juuk ed, Vt i-ilict fni- plaintiff, Maumui i. v. 11 Aititis.—Clain: for i.':i 1 "s , < f trart work. No nppi malice if difeiidant. \ er ilict fix jilniiit iff. Shaw \- t'u. v. Uohan.—Sen). <1. 1'ixon v. JuiiNsT' n.—Mr. Murray 1 mi - ge-U-d to t' o def iidntit tliiil lie -limilii hand i Mime liooii'iM lit healing on the e.i-e, Out Mr. Ji'lmfj'oii f-ai<l l.e thought tJie nii-st regular way wouid In- fur the pUinuff to prove lii.s ease iii.-t. Mr. Gib1' v».i> then i- .lied—siiil lie vras l>no';. 1 Keeper to plainiiftj and the ac oun; pr...

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SECOND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

SECOND MEETING, Iii consequence of the organised opposition which was evidently preconcerted by the Police, under tiie orders of the higher authorities, and llioir attempt to foment a disturbance so that all discussion should be stifled, another Meeting' was called of that section of the people who were iu favor of the proposition to Memorialise the Government t<> institute an inquiry into the mmluct »f the magittracy; the hour named for the meeting wa> 4 o'clock in the afternoon and tho place tiie large store belonging to T. C. & 1£. 11. Ttioina . At the before mentioned hour an a>semblage had collected numbering from 200 to 250, the chief l'uliee Constable with his ordinary force mustered in full strengh and presented themselves in the body of the meeting. It was now proposed and seconded that Mr. Thomas take the chair which lie accordingly did, iind lie stated that in consequence of the success ful manoeuvre of the police on the last evening to prevent...

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MY NATIVE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

MY NATIVE HOME I think of thee, tuy native lining And iienvea juournful siiflij The days of childhood paint uutw Their scenes to fancy's eye. Although along Australia's shore, 'Midst untold wealth 1 roam— With all its gold —far butter still, I lore my native home. That old fireside where oft I sat, And bhw my mother smile, And listened to my father read, Our evenings to beguile; Few troubtaspas! to grievo the snul, Nor dream* of more to como— My heart throbs high, my.boBom swells - For thee my native oorae.

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THIRD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

THIRD MEETING. Shortly before seven o'clock, in front of Messrs, Thomas's store, the police constables a^ain pre sented themselves in full force, on this occasion muter a feeling of considerable excitement; indeed, one of the men, constable McMuhon, was deeply uudcr the influence of drink, and he and constable Luff were in a loud manner defying any one to attempt to interfere with them. By the hour of seven a meeting of from 200 to 300 had again assembled, the constables maintaining a central portion in the body of the building. Mr. Moses was now voted to the chair. Mr. Shaw said he would entreat the indulgence of the meetiug for a very short space of time, as it was not his intention to enter upon the dis cussion of any business in the presence of an armed police force. He was not sure that there was not some law in New South Wales, by which the power of meeting in public was restricted to the surveillance of the magistrates; but until he was positively assured of this fact he woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

TO LST.^jPiyRH OF 43LACEES. At LocHiEr/noarPfliitiula. Good Feed, nil Feuoed in, and m-U Wittered. For loims, apply to JAMES ARMSTRONG, alf do SO Ureig'sFlat. ^Melbourne Mrcriiscmcittl ' nOLONIAL-MADE CLOTHING.—" Le sub \J Mii'il.Lis, iii oiil.r t> give eixouni^e.mnt to ' native ijidu-trv, liavc been en;'.'i;ed l"r mine iiiiiiilliH j'Jbt giving emp'un incut to jjnod woik null in iii.-iKui^' u" a lar^-o STOCK of COATS, Vvfiis, 1>, <xc, f,ui!;i!.!e ior Wiring Mid M;i;i:i<rT w as1, which w:h l<el>trid irucb tunerior hi quality ami v.oikir.atu-l.ip t<> tin' Ln^lirh slop gno,i thiit uic imputed i.lui sold in tliis market, uliile the | ii es ;.ic' iquu.ly as nxdeiaic. In spcctinii n.v.ttd. <}. and J. l.SPIK, dothivis anil cu'filten", 41 •t .. l:i Loui k< —In ■ t ca>t. jy itt mTft;NRANGE a-IT STOVE WAKE JIOL'SS'.—T: p Ui <kT.-iv>'ni hmoon hand tin- ]ui«».-t A!jSuliT.ME>T <>f Kiit...

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FOURTH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

FOURTH MEETING. About eight o'clock in the evening, after the constables had been induced to quit the premi ses, the door was closed. Abnut 50 nr G<> persons were in the building, and we are informed that the constables planted themselves outside I ho building. It was moved and seconded that Mr. It-aac Moses take the chair. Mr. Moses, on tak lis (lie c' air, comiiHti'rd ii; warm terms upon the conduct of the authorities in attempting to stifle public discussion. Ve were now driven to the itwmw <>f holding thi. private mretinir, and he wasnladtosee so numer ous and respectable a class of men, independent enough to take part in it. He called on Mr. Shaw now to address the meeting. Mr. Shaw said it was with great regret he ob served the unusual course which the authorities had already taken to prevent the people meeting quietly to express their views ou the conduct ol the magistracy in this district, and lie could not but think that the course of violence th...

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Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL COMMISSI OF THE Sydaey Morning Herald.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

• EC ftlitiiitfl -tfiitfUiijCHtt. 0 KIAXDKA. [FIMM Till: si-kcIai. O'MMIS-iJO'.KR .SW/ii'f/ Muniiii'l //t'Cu/./.j Xovr.Mr.ER btli.—1 i\as enabled 1-u-t we#g from t lie exclusive infirir.utioii I o' t,iu;r.i, t<if£jrv.-,u>l you a telegiam with ret-pect to the iii-s»^yi v i>f sniiie very rich quartz ; but 1 whs not JWib. ily to na'iif the locality from this circfiW^unv, t;rcat doubt was ox pro-bed as tj its vsi^gnce at ' all Having seen the qua:tz, nud nviti^ i: j was obtained on and knowiiijjjflso t i.t | in a f. iv davs tho discoverers would prfafciini the ; locality, I willingly lot the matter Jgf 1 am J now in a portion to give the clearest i35rniation. i In one of the hills iu the ueighb rhmxl of Jack- i ass flat, separated by the river from the fSitif.ice { Hill, from which such large quantities of gold j haveheen and are still being obtained, lirodieaud patty (three,) ground sluicing iiiei*?, came across u mass uf quartz with sovcial leaders, Tho I amount of go...

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OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

OPEN COLUMN. To (lie Editvr of Tfit Twofold Bay and Jfancroo Tdejruph, i S;n,— As an impartial witness of the proceedings at the last public meeting liehlut Kden, I saw time what is vow unusual in a lintjsh Colony, viz :— free disrvus-ion burked I>y 111<: >at Hilts <■{ n public ofliecr. l'oor indeed n.ust ho the Miirii <>f a community that wi'l not expie-s in pub.ic what they feel in private. It is nnd has been tlic glorious riniit of Hritish hubjects to ;;ivc utter- j ance to their grievance in public niieting; assembled. livery man in F.deu inu t tic aware ! that in (lie various cases hioujiht I iforc tho 1 Bench, the nu iils are not gpt-iicri«llv discussed it is quite ftuHicient to know whether the plaintiff or defendant is a friend of (he |o.vers thut be, to drcide on a verdict ; bo common is (hi- that u , great many persi li~, who are not in fav»r with tlio powers decline to appear, knowing by exper ience and the fate of other*, how par...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD RAY. Wind S.F. w[?]ather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

V stripping ftntfUifltwr. TOUT OF K]>KN, TWOFOLD RAY. Vfi'id S.T., other fine. Aisuivai.s. "Seven:'.': r 13—Jnnr-t, brig. lfiStons, J. J<bii>ton, f inn N«'wv:i>:li, «iinlb.iviiiii. Xi vimbci- J5—Oily of b'cuir.i r, Munlic from y. 3 p isMiii^eis. Ent!;ri:t5 oi:t. Xovi'ml'or 1"—vcli'.n". r, IVlan. SS 1 n , f r M' !tu'v. r-i <M 'iii— '1'. Tlldin ;3 imJ Mr. \V. .Si.'.iv.. Cl.ORTD fll T. November 3>5—Oipey, *c!k.oiiit, XicbulM.n, fo SyiJriy. November 15—City of Sydr.cy, sloainrr, Moodif, fui' J e]!)iiuriu'. .5 ji::SMJjgtra. Kxroivr.;. Pioneer. Sydsiev—33.000 feet ti'niicr, 1,100 siiL-ota c^iTiig iU'J iron, V.i j uckagos I'uiiusuit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far the nearest Port to the Kianrira Diggings, the Directors of the I.S.N. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship " It U N T E R," Between Melbourne and Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FK1IIAY at 10 a.m., and Mcnmbuia every SUNDAY, at G a.ui. FAEaS : 30s. only. KB-—Ti-avellers may r. ly Upon the unvarying regularity of the Steamer, as well as upon her great spead in any weather. First ship for the February sales ..BERDEEN LINE of C'LH'J'EKS. For LONDON, Direct, To sail positively November 1*», Tiie new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MORAVIAN, A 1 10 years, 9liS tmi- per register, WILLIAM EDWARD, Commander, This noble vessel was built expressly fur the Australian trade, by Walter Hood und Company, and tonus one of" the justly-celebrated line <•(' Alterdeen clippers owneJ by Me.s-.rs. <i«irje Thompson, junior, and Company, ut" Lomlon, ot whi...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 16TH NOVEMBER, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

FKID AY, ICth NOVEMHKU, 1SGO. I Tiir. Magistrate is one of those individuals, w!>o, if he he not the actual instigator of tho rowdy movements that have within the last foity-eight hours disturbed the tr.uiriiiiliity of Eden, may well cry out " save me frova my iVicmiv" I'wry stop they have taken with the view of thwarting th" very proper and justifiable measures a larg;1 part of our population have taken with the view of obtaining an investigation into his conduct, has only tended to widen the present broach, and to increase the odiu.u which attaches to his office. It must appear plain to all reasonable and welt regulated minds, that if a serious complaint is made respecting the conduct of a magistrate, as a matter of public duty it will he enquired into were it even the complaint of a single individual, and that if proved to he well founded, redress will be had although a hundred voices u»ay swell in loud and ceaseless clamour to uphold the supposed dignity of the magistrate. Th...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OR MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 16 November 1860

Anuiv.u, and Dki'ai.tlui: or M.m.s. The Posml r.ran^eiiicnt.i at the E<iui r»>t Office ave as follow :— 'j iib Mails Ai;my>-, ]rl!OM iioMUALA and Coo:,: a, every Sumlny 3 p.MT, Tdk Mills Ci/isr, Foh Svdnky.—V:a Xc'lijrcn, fieca, I'jn'u'a, and .Meiimbula, F.vei'y 1'iiil.iy an I Mo;uliy,!) ;>.•«. auJ per >toann r. |n?r Tiismaiiii not ht'T t';;n t.i-imrrinv, an I W«>ng\ \V'o:iga ta-uidit. Foil iiuMis.-.LA, Cooma, iS;< „ ovvry Tuesd.iy, 3 p.m. For JlKt.iidCiiNK.—ay tae ftua'iior, n.t lair than ThursJ iv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 20 November 1860

SXCHAMHB B«nb, IMLAY STREET, EDEN. TFALKliR^ Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform the Inhab itants of Maxeroo, Kiandua, Beqa, Pakbbla, Sydney, and the surrounding Colonics, that lie has just completed and opened the above extensive Establish ment on a scalo, as regards Accommodation, unrivalled by any house in the district, and which must give satisfaction lo the most fastidious. A. F. wishes to iuform New Arrivals that he has several suites of Bedrooms, together with Psivate Parlopus, for Families. N.B.—"VVINES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. 0HARGE8 EXTREMELY MODERATE CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALES of CROWN LANDS will be held at the undermentioned place on the day stated. W00LL0NG0NG, (At tlie Police Office) On SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 12 Jote (32 acres 2 roods 17 perches to 53 acres) on Brandy and Water and Kemble Creeks, ad joining and near to Owen's, Waldron's, Clever don's, and Shore's portions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 20 November 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far the nearcHt Port to the Kiaudra Diggings, the Directors of the l.S.N. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship "EUNTE R," Between Melbourne and Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FRIDAY ut 10 a.m., and Mcriuibula every SLNDAY, at 6 a.m. FARES: 30s. only. N.B.—Tiavellers may r. ly upon the unvarying regularity of the Steamer, as well as upon her great'spead iu any weather. d 31 First ship for the February sales ABERDEEN line of CLIPPERS. For LONDON", Direct, To sail positively November 25, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MORAVIAN, A 1 10 years, 968 tons per register, "WILLIAM EDWARD, Commander, This noble vessel was built expressly for the Australian trade, by Walter Hood and Company, and forms one of the justly-celebrated line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. George Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of which The Omar Pasha, Capt. Thomson, And...

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

£oral ^RtcUigcnrc. "Writs of Election-.—Tlie Gnvrri or Genial i has notified for general information, thai Wrl's i have keen issued, addressed to the H-nivn'n^ j Officers of the several electoral districts t; i O !_'h- ■ out t'.e colony, for a genera! < lei fj. o of memlx-i- ! to fervc in the Legislative Assembly ; anl ih ii j the following is tin: arrangement fur tii- i of the election, for the electoral c'.isT: ■' o; j Eden.—Eden, One M«ml>er, ]{<-tiiiv-iii^ Oflv.-er, i O. Barclay, Ksq.: itate i.f Xoiui t:t^nit, "i <■ ! Decembers Polling Day, 10th Hectmlier; l:<>!liiiL' j I'jaces:—Jvtlen, Moiuj-'J, 1'anbu!.-!. j and Bodalla. We have heard of no ojipv.siti j to our present representative. Tin- whole i of the wits are made returnable 011 tie 31*t | December, 18G0. ! Accident.—A eon of Constable M<-Matan hud his foot severly cut by a pla<s bottle yettenlay, in a paddock adjoining bis rem deuce. Tie little suffere...

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THE WAR IN N E W Z E A L A N D. BATTLE OF MAHOETAHI. DEFEAT OF THE WAIKATOS WITH GREAT SLAUGHTER. (From the Sydnry Morning Herald of Nov. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

THE WAR IX N E W Z E A L A X D. BATTLE OF MAI10ETAHI. i DEFEAT OF THE V'AIKATOS j WITH | GREAT .SLAUGHTER. ! (From the Sydnry Hunting Iknxbl of Nov. 20.) | Tlic Taraiitti Herald of 10th instant has the I | fuilnwiu^ higlily impoitant w-ws. I Tin; most brilliant and desperately contested I iirtioii ncr yet molded in tin- am.ais of Xi v, j Zt-.tland, was ("light ill the (jth .Vjve'tihcr. at j J Mali ciahi. Oil one hide were arrayed the W.ii- j i kalos iv- ilcnl to win tin? day, and d.-ln icl with ; ! the notion Ninee exprcs cd liv one «f tin; pri.soii !<.•>•••• that thuv ha l only lo tire a 1V.V rounds fc# ' ■ Ki i :ij>;i~!i this ; and on th'? other siJe «ur own 1 fore, .s iv. re a i raved, equally resoive i to eoinjuer, : ; .ui:l aliay th'- [iiesuiuiiti'iii of the enemy. ! '1 lie main body <if tlu Waik:.t's Jay in a rau:)o \ ( Mivimip well e ;iim! ' l fiou o'w; v,i'io;i, audi ; an ;h>-r l''i'iy <j.c,ii;;ie.i :i cut.r>.:i-iiin.-it o-i the !...

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Mining Intelligence. (From the Alpine Pioneer, Nov 13.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

$Uutaa MntclUiicafc. (From tlio Alninc J'ioneer, Nov 13.) Louie and Pulbrouk, of the Hit or Miss oliim, I havejust received their first proceeds, aft^r a | lapse of six weeks, the greater part of which i time thry have bcfll engaged in repairing d uns, . iVe. I hey lmvc every hopes of being well rep li i ; I in sh rt their claim is uxpsclei to pay about £2 j p. r man pur day. : i Jones mid Co, of the Victoria d.un, washed j out last week 1.5 o/.s., und the neit elaim has had j luti-ly as much us 1'2 ozs. to the dish, iti whijli i Wi-rc some liiin nuggets. j The prospecting pirty on Town-hip 11.11 hive commenced another hole about 4 > foet further i over toward." New Chum llilij the sinkingsci ins very similar to their lu-t shaft, aini b -o in ar t>il we thiiik tin re is not misIi a chauo-j • >!' i-ut ! ting different strata than us if they lul ou I llienced some greater d.staine fr mi it. ! The tunnelling party on .\\u- Chu m a:e j progressing very fast; they have now ou'er...

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

wmmmwE mmmh. IMLAY STREET, EDEN. A. FALKNER Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Maneroo, Kiandra, Bkga, Fakbula, Sydney, and the surrounding Colonies, that he has just completed mid opened the above extensive Establish ment on a scale, as regards Accommodation, unrivalled by any house in the district, and which must give satisfaction to the most fastidious. A. F. wishes to inform New Arrivals that he has several suites of Bedrooms, together with Private Parlocks, for Families. N.B.—"WINES OF THE VEKY BEST QUALITY. CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE CROWN LANDS' SALES. SAtES of CROWN LANDS will be lidd at the undermentioned place on the day 6tated. WOOLLONGONGr, (At the Police Office) On SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 13 lots (32 acres 2 roods 3 7 ncrclics to 53 acres) on Brandy and Water and Kemble Creek*, ad joining and near to Owen's, Waldron's, t'ievor don's, and Shore's portions,...

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