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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 31ST JULY, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

TUESDAY, 31st JULY, 18W. The Government scheme for repairing the various roads by which Kiandra is approached is now before us, and clearly demonstrates be yond the shadow of a doubt what we have so often stated, that the road via Twofold Bay is (he most practicable and best, not only for the neighboring colonies, but also for the transit of merchandise from Sydney. The distance from Eden to Kiandra is clearly defined as only J 35 miles, the rest is travelled by sea, and the steamers regularly perform the voy age between here and Sydney in about twenty hours. With reference to the first four lines, wc arc not so much interested as the two last. Num ber five is &om Merimbula to Cathcart. a dis tance of 40 miles, and is to receive an allow ance of £10 per mile. Number six is from "the fine harbour of Twofold Bay" to Cath cart, a distance of 45 miles, and is to receive tin allowance of £7 per mile! Now how this difference of allowauee on the two lines has occurred wc arc at a l...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, MONDAY Evening, July 30th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Offiot, Monday Evening, July 30th, 1860. Commercial men arc now making a decided movement in consequcnco of the Government improvements about to be commenced.— Several warehouses .are ready for the recep tion of merchandise, and large consignments arc daily expccted. The business transactions since our last publication have been light and chiefly confined to a few old established houses. A slight reaction has taken place in (lour, but still there is abundance in the market for immediate demand. Oats, hay, and bran remain cosy. Fat cattle on the station are sold at 25s. per 1100 lbs. A lot of heifers of very excellent quality have changed hands at the above price. Pat sheep on the station weighing 60 lbs. arc worth £1 per head. The following are a few of the retail prices prevailing here at present:— Potatoes, Tib. Is. Bread, Is, (M, 41b, loaf. Heef and Mutton, 4d. to 6d. per lb. Belmont Condlea, 2s. do. Cork Butter, 2s. do. Cheese, Is. do.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follows:— Tot IUil Akeiveb, From Mrlbotone.—By tho Wonga Wonga, Friday sight. The Mah CijOBeb. Foil Svd.vkv, via the Coast, this day 7 a.m.; via Bombala, 3 p.m.; by the Wonga Wonga, Friday, 9 pm.

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 — 31 July 1860

A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in tlio COURT-HOUSE, BEGA, on FRIDAY the 17th AUGUST, at Three o Clock p.m., for the purpose of Petitioning the Government for a Municipality at Bega. (Signed), aug 14 By Order of the Committee. Mr. E. W. LAYTON, Auctioneer, land & commission AGENT, IMT-AY STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SALES by AUCTION efFected at Panbula and Bcga when required. Sccure PADDOCKS have been engaged at ronvenient distances for the reception of Horse Stock or Cattle intended for Auction or Private Sale, together with a STOCKYARD in tlm Township. aug 4 FOR SALE. A STRONG Useful MARE, Six Years old, a GOOD ROADSTER, Fast Trotter, Canters Easy, Walks Quick. In sufficient condition for an immediate long journey. Apply to Mr. E. W. LAYTON, aug 4 Rixon's Hotel. FOR SALE. A TEN-HORSE Power Beam STEAM EN A. GINE, with 3 Circular Saws—with Travel ling Ways aud Self-Feed Motion, complete, now lying at Russell's. Apply Office of this Paper.. TENDERS required for SPLITTING J 2,000 ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

diaht7 Dayttof week. Day of] Bun jfiun Month.risesseta. J i Moon's Age High Water at Ed en. Tuesday wbdkesdat Tiiursday,.,. llun. b.m.; days. ih. m. July3l,fl 57,5 1«| 12 | 7 21 p.m. Aug. tltf 67,6 15: 13 8 s „ „ 26 57 5 10 14 j 8 42 „ 1", 1 1 1

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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LAUNCESTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

l.AUNCESTON. AUIUVAI.k. July 11.—Northern Light, from rvcweautle. J uly 16.—Scotia, from Melbourne. 1'KPAllTL'JiKS. July H.—I.ady Penison, for Sydney ; Mercury njiii Marijio.'-o, for Melbourne.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

ADELAIDE. ^ - Abbivaw. July 18.—Kir demon, irom warniam <om Guiohcu Bay; Haviluh, from Melbourne. July 22.—Adelaide, from I'ort Fairy. July 23.—Oscar, and Colchcster, from Melbourne; Moid And Yarra, from I'ort Elliott. DlirAHTUftKS. July 21.—Omeo, and Deva, for Melbourne ; Marian, for Port Lincoln ; Jolin Ormcrod, for Sydney ; Dnplnne, and Analgista, for the coast; James, for Geelong.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

FtheSuprfcme Court of New South .Wales. -B AfcffcA Y Tf SMITH^-The Sale of Pro ... perty .advErtised for Sale in -tbo above case is ^ POSTPONED to THURSDAY, ^he 9th day of * A^%^l3fillrALKEB, Special Bailiff. 30th July, 186ft „ jy 31 The Victorian Timber Yards, EDEN. JAMES SPENSLEY IS now landing, cx TAMAB, a cargo of Timber and Ironmongery, consisting of Pitch Pine Weather Boards, Lining Boards, American Lum ber, Shelving, Flooring, Deal Quartering and Joisting, Battens, Sashes and Frames, Panncl Doors, Rogers's Galvanised Iron, Ewbank's Nails, Rim Locks, Screws, Bolts, Hinges, &c. The above building materials have been selected for this market, and will offer the first opportunity specu lators have had of securing buildings at a reason able rate. Just Landed, Five Toqa of Oaten Hay. c JONES'S NATIONAL CIRCUS r consequence of the bad road, and extremely unfavorable state of the weather, Mr. JONES desires to inform tho Inhabitants of Panbula. Mcrimbula, and Bega, that it was...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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PORTLAND. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

PORTLAND. Ahrivai . July '25.—Ltulv Bird, from Mellxmrne.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

NEWCASTLE. Arsitals. *July 20.—Catherine, Agues, and Clarendon, from Mclbourawi>- July 21.—City of Sydney, blip, from Sydney; Margaret and Elisabeth, from Sydney. July &2.—Uraro, from Olarence River} Corio, from Sydney. m • Departure. July 22—Atlantic, for Sydney ,,

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

Pining tfuftUifltttff. A gentleman on whom the greatest reliance can bopliocd, give* us the following particulars in reference to Kiandra. To the bat of bis be lief there an from 600 to 1000 diggers at present on the various divings arouid Kiandnt, most of whom have provided waiter quarters and could not be prMuled upon to leave under any consi deration. He is of opinion that tho ground will be found payably auriferous for miles. Ho con vened with many of the miners both at Kiandra and Nine-mile, and all those who hare been there any length of time are most sanguiuc as to the result next summer. He is we" acquainted with most of tho roads in the Colony, and lie affirms that a comparatively small sum of money would moke the toad between Eden and Kiandra, per ferable to the Bathuret road. The following are extracts from several papers:— The following ie an extract from a letter from a gentleman at Kiandra, whose statements, so far as'they go, may be thoroughly relied on :—" I have to ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

VAMIXAMHOOL. Arrivals. July 21.—l.mlv Hird, from Portland. July 22. —WiJSiani Miskin, froju Melbourne. July 23. —Melbourne, from Melbourne. Departures. July 24,—William Miakin, for Melbourne. July *25.—Lady Bird, from Melbourne to Portland.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

SYDNEY COMMERCIAL. isuwness during tlio current week has been at a complete stand still, in consequence of the in clement ktato of the weather. Teams arc not to be had, and the state of the roads has materially delayed (he mails. No letters have l>een delivered from the Southern Districts since Monday. Our markets do not, therefore display any alteration iu prices, which have been, in nearly all cases, nominal. Spirits.—JJrandy remains firm at lis. Cd. for Mart-ell's, and lis. for Hennessy's. Sales hare been made at these prices, but to no great extent. Strong rums ore quoted at 4s. 3}d. to 4 s. 5d.; geneva, 14s. 3d. to 14s. Cd. Flour.—The miller's quotations remain at £25 and £23. Adelaide, £23 to £23 5a The market is dull, and little or nothing doing in it. Tbe half-yearly meeting of the A.S.N. Company was held to-day. A dividend of thirteen one third per cent will bo given or £8 per share.

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Correspondance. To the Editor of the T[?]ofold Bay and Mancroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

(fcvr?$;sd»<Uwr. To the qf T/w Tirofohi Boy an-l M-up T(fc;vnjil(. Sip.,—I take tin; iir.st opportunity of a convey ance to inform you that I'an'.u'ti lias lieen visited by 011c of those periodical llomls, so destructive to iis agi icu'f ui'o, and so perilous to its inhabi tants. On Sunday nil easterly wind set in, accom panied liv rain and slert, which continued in fitful gusts till Tuesday, when the river commenced gmduully to rise. Abmit&welvo o'clock on the nijrht of Tuesday it broke ov;t the flit with fear ful force. The night awfully dark, ami the rain still pourinajtaith acct. iur.;ted fuiy, on Wednesday morning ipl^nirc flat presented to view a frightfiilTappeavance, with every indication of a ■worse state of things, and hope nowhere. William Shea, Poundkeeper, with hia wife npd four childrcu, were surrounded by ihe roaring waters; and, as night was again approaching1, they implored their neighbours on the opposite side of the crock to Rescue them. A rude ...

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BELFAST. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

BELFAST. Arhiv.u.8. July 20.—Poavl, from Mellxmrne. July 21. Lady 'Bird from Portland to Melbourne ; Village Hell-, from Melbourne. I The Wnntra Wonga, arrived here mi Sunday, about half-p;ist 11 sun. The Rungutiru lcftMol- 1 bourue, on Thursday, 2Cth inst,, but was delayid on the passage, in consequeriee of some of the cops ! on the main wheel breaking. Fortunately a cu,r pcntcr was on board, and the damage was repaired j as soon at could be expected. Loss OF THREE MEN FROM TI1F. KlAMA, steames.—It appeals from information that has reached us, that the Kiamo, steamer, on her pas sage from Sydney to Merimbu'a, had to put iu at . Dateuian's Bay for ehc'.tir, during the recent j rough weathtr, and running short of provisions, j a boat was lowered, owl placed under tlie charge i of the mate. Whether the boat contained more I than three persons, or whether they were washed ] out by the violence of the sea, or the boat cajv. j sired, we are not yet correctly informed, but it is i certain...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL. The commercial articles of the Argus under (ho following dates, respectively, say July 20.—There is no alteration to report in ( lie markets for imported goods. Scarcely any inquiry exists, and business in nil branches eon timies in a most inactive condition. Country demand is veiy light, without appearance of im provement. Sales of flour ore limited to imme diate trade requirements, for which prices rule at from £20 to £20 10s, for Adelaide sorts—Maga rev's and Hart's superfine bringing, in the al> seiice of ITaxall and Oallego, from 10s. to 20s. per ton above these rates. July S3.—The money market has been, like all , other "markets, inactive during the week. There has l>cen some demand for short time loans, but not of an extent to exercise any material influ ence. The heaviness in the stock and share j market has increased rather than diminished, especially with regard to mining shares. i July 23.—The markets hare opened without the least animation. Th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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[OFFICIAL REPORT.] GOVERNMENT PREPARATIONS FOR THE KIANDRA DIGGINGS. KIANDRA ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

[official retort.] government preparations for the kiandra diggings. Kiandra Roads. The principal roads to Kiandra arc a* follow:— Miles. 1. Sydney via Borrima, Goulburn, Bungen dorc, Quccnbeyan, and Cooma 312 2. Sydney via Goulburn, Yuss, AVcjasper, &c 270 3. Sydney via Goulburn, Yass, Jugiong, Sandy Fall, Tumut, and Talbitigo 310 4. Sydney via, Nelligen, Monga, Major's Creek, Ballallaba, Jingcra, Bridbo,and Cooma ( 165 by sea J { 165 by laud | J3° 5. Sydney via Merrirabula and Cuthcart, ( 243 by sea ) j 130 by land J J7J 6. Sydney via Eden and Calhcart ( 256 by oca ) ,,qn {135 by land j 390 By the first line the Great South Railway is followed to Campbelltown, 34 miles, and thence the main South road is followed to Goulburn, a distance of 96 miles, on which £24,000 provided for the current year is in course of expenditure. From Goulburn to Cooma, 127 miles, the rood is good, comparatively with other country roads. £7 per mile is provided for its repairs, out of the general...

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MELBOURNE. (PORT PHILLIP HEADS.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

MKLHOURXE. 'jvirr !'ii:u.ip Heaps.) alikiva?.s. July. —T!r:_'h! Planet, bqp., from Newcastle; It.iyal Shepherd. sir, fivsn I^aututston ; Kuhy s-! r., (>'J t'ins, i= King, fivni Goolwa ; AcIoIjrls, .sch-, i 2'* tons, front Newcastle ; Daniel Watson, brig, 1G2 tons, from Newcastle ; Manderiu, bqe., 333 tins, fnun Newcastle. July 21.—l'riucc Albert, htr, 1U3 ton1', from Port Al!»ert. July 22. —Emma I'rescott, wit., from ilobart Town ; Dart, brig, fio:n Hobart T<>vn ; Aliramie Dike, tch., from Circular Head; Hijrhlsndcr, sell.. from l.auuce.ston; Freebridge, sch., from Tort Frederick ; Margaret Chwssell, t-ch., from Port Frederick ; Macclesfield, s-c!i., from Newcastle ; Eva, sch., from L.m;:c< ston ; E-peranza, hriir, from Svdmy; Hofccarnc, sch, from l'ort Frederick; (alifcnsirt, ship, from Otago ; Janet, brig, put kick ; Touiiay, sell., from Circular Ilead ; Ann Sanderson, ling, from Nrwcrstlc; Lady Bird, f-tr., 300 tons, from Portlaud ; Victoria, sch, put ...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

rOIlT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Arrivals. J uly 28.—"Wbnga AVonga, etr., 700 tons, AValker, from Sydney, 28til inst. Passengers, 2 in the steerage.—S. & II. Solomons, ngouts. „ jtoagatira, str., 700 tons, Moodif, from Melbourne, 26th inst. Passengers, 73 in the steerage.—S. H. Solomon^ agents. DEPARTURES. JiiJj- 20.—Wonga Wonga, air., for Melbourne. lUuigatiro, str, for Sydney. ,. ."30—Hargrtsaves, sch., resumed her voyage for Melbourne. ,, Daring, sch., Adams, fi>r Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 July 1860

STEAM TO SYDNEY. — THE WONG A WONG A . is due hero on FRIDAY night, 1 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 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. Stcei'agc. N.B.—A steampacket starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 ADDITIONS TO WATCHHOUSE, EDEN. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 13th July, I860. TENDERS will be received at this Office, until Noon of TUESDAY, the 7th August, for the ERECTION of TWO ADDITIONAL CELLS, and FFXCING, at the Watehhouse, Eden. For full particulars, see 0'otvrnmetU Gautte, a File of which is kept at every Police Office in the Colony. ag 7 BENJAMIN LOEWY, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY,...

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