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FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE BET BET CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

FATAL ACCIDENT AT THE BET BET CIIEEK. On Thursday morning, about nine o'clock 8 young hi,id iiimed Thomas Grant, aged 21 ycars> a Im was employed by a party of miners at Bar* Iwr'fi u'n'.ly tu "art washdirt to tho Bet Be t creek an.I w!i» a1 so held a share in a "torn" at the crcek «:■!<». in which his mates were washing KunV'o, r.i'ii" t > mi uiitimely cud by drowning. Ho had iv .the 1 the cri'ek-side with his horse and dr.iv, uii-l had discharged a load of wash-dirt afti--r £ wiiii-h be uiiiianicssi'dtho horse and was aSi-,-it,' to turn it adrift to feed, when it occured to him tiiat ilm ou tlic opposite eido of tho \ra* u wis h.'ttur iV.-d than that close by. Ho mouiit ed the luir.n; and plunged into the stream, intoii.ii ; ;; to su im the anim.l across; but the horse soon bo uuuunagcablc, owing to tho swiftness of the current, and tlic hole being of great depth tliiiani iii.tl took fright and lunged so much as to disen £.igs i'.s rider. Grant, who could not swim...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, November 20th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

2?oH« SntdUncnrc. EJjKN, luc.sday, November 20th. 1800. The busiuM.s of this Court is usually fixed for 10 o'clock, l>ut seldom commences boforo 11 | o'clock ; wu find upwards of .'>0 people gum-rally i kept dancing attendance in the interval, until a j bpi:oiiJ magistrate makes his nppearanee. (Befuw i\ J. Murray, Esq., P.M., und G'>>]-.;>! Barclay, Esq., J.l\) ~ I I?ixon v. Johnston.—This was a claim furj liot-d oxpcnces, and for Hie hire of a beat to j defendant. Defendant pleaded a sel-'iff f u- j poods supplied, and the Bench decided that an j account should lie taken oh a set-off avahict the j otlior, ami the dispute declared a drawn ba'1!--. i'H'Mi) v. Williams.—Mr. Manby appeared j for the plaintiff; this was a Hann for Ivanl aad lodging, and for attendance. Verdi,-t for plaintiff. Mac.iikckk V. L.luoolAN.vm.— Xo a;.p ara:.<y. | Aiiikit v. Riciiaiids.—Chiim lor goods sold and delivered, admitted by defendant. Verdict' for plaintiff. j I'i.umb v. Wil...

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

tftcms. I Edward Wright, aged twenty-five, a seaman I nttaclxsl to the steamer Huntar, was drowned a few nights since. Ho had come on board perfec tly siber, and bad goue to bed, but he afterwards camr on deck complaining of the heat of thoforo i.MstU*. At a latter hour he was heard to fall into ; tin: water, and altongli prompt assistance was pro riirt-d lie was dead before he could be got out. It i- -apposed that he had eat upon the rail and fil.i i) asleep, and that in falling overboard his 1 h.xl struck the Nora Creina, which lay along unl th.;t he had been by this means so stun uc l ;is tu h.: unable to make any effort for self jiicsi'rvdtiou. It s ?"ins that Mr. Cowper is again to assume tho Preniie!.-lii[), so that Mr. ltobertson, if ho sue •■eedi in getting his Land Bills passed through the As«'iiiblv, may himself carry thorn into tho l.'.-^islative Council. The step is a wiso one. Mr. Cowper is oertainly the most able man of kit [i.iriy uud its natural leader.

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

♦ Wbourne. The Argtu of Monday last, has tho fallowing:— Amongst tho passongcrs that arrived here hy the City of Sydney steamer, on Saturday, is .Mr. John Hubert Plunkett, Q.C., who far many years, under the old regime, occupied the post of Attorney-General of New South Waies. We understand that the learned gentleman's visit to Melbourne is likely to be of a permanent nature, and that Mr. Plunkett intends practising at the bar of Victoria. To-morrow Parliament re-assembles for the despatch of business. As it is neccssary £>r the Legislative Council to elcct their President, and present him to the Governor prior to the delivery of his speech, His Eieelloncy will nut attend at the Council Chamber to open the business of the Missions before 2 o'clock. Information lias been received in town that Mr. K. Banks, lately electric telegraph ma-tor at Sandy Creek, who was reported to be missing on the l'ith iustanl, hud been found suspended from u tree, by a. Mr. WiUon, of Dcailiquin. He wa...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N. & N.E., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

lliipjiing ftttdttgwrrf. I'OiiT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. "Wiud & X. E., weather fine. Arrival*. 2Tpven,bcr '.'1—City of Sydney, str., B. Moodie, from Melbourne for Sydney, it passengers. N-.vtiubei- 21.—-The Wonga Wonga, steamer, Walker, from Sydney for Mel bourne. 2 cabin passeugcrs and A .steerage. Nnv'.'iiSln1!" I'skndar.whoonei, 168 tons. Gnr taid, from Newcastle, windbound. pKl'AliT'.Rl^. November il—City of Sydney, str, H. Moodie, for Sydney. l'assen^t'rs 2, November 21.—The W'onga Wonga, for Mel bourne. 28 passengers. November 21—Pioneer, schooner, J. ])olan, for Svdnov. Passengers 2. November L'i- (jipsy, schooner, G. Shepherd, for Sydney, with a cargo of sun H1H8. November 21—Klk-n. schooner, for Sydney, with a cargo of sundries. NVivonitcr -2—Catndar, schooner, 1G8 tons. Gar rard, for Melbourne. Imports. Wonga \\\ iiga—21 pkgs tt'.i, 34 bags sugar, 34 packages oilman's stores, -4 cases draper*-, 3 bales ditto, 19 jilgs ironmongery, 2 caws coftee, 2 case fruit, 2 ev.se...

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

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MEEIMBULA, Being by far the nearest Port, to the Kiamlia Diggings, the Directors of the I.S.X. Co. have icsoJvcd on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship " IIUXTE R," Between Melbourne ant! Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FKIDAY ut 10 a.m., and Meiimlmla every SUNDAY, at G a.m. FARES: 30s. only. X.H.—Travellers may r> ly upon the unvarying regularity of the Stealing, as well as ujmii' hn great spead in any weather. <1 ;il I^IllSr SHIP for the FLIiRUARY SALES 1 .•»]}]• it DKEX LINE of CLlWJilW. lroi LONDON", Direct, To sail positively Xoveml>er 2.3, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MOltAYlAX, A I 10 years, DOS tons per register, WILLIAM KDWAHl), Commander, This noble vessel was built espresslv for the Australian trade, by Walter Hood and Company, and forms one of the justly-celebrated line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Me*>rs. George Thompson, junior, and Company, ut' Loudon,...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 23RD NOVEMBER, 1800. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 November 1860

the £clff)ri]rk. Y, sum. NOVEMBER, 1SC0. JIo«-rvj;E pressing may be the fluty it is a disagreeable one that involves reflection or blame upon smv man, an J especially upon otic invested with the lunntlc of authority and ■wielding the sword of power in our midst. But there arise in the history of all communi ties public occasions when the private citizen thould stand forth iu defence of the rights and liberties of himself and his fellow-citizens, and in advocacy of those great and noble princi ples so sacred in themselves, on which the rights and liberties of Englishmen are founded. Inalienable rights they are, which every Briton carries with him to every region of the earth, where the " .sun of Heaven casts his rays, nud the British flag waves," and for the en joyment of which we, their descendants, are not w degenerate as not to bo ready and willing to shed our last drop of purest blood in the defence of—much less to shrink from their exercise by mating and publicly protest ing aga...

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

Altl'.lV.XL AND DkI'AHTLUL of M.ui.s. llic l'os!al r.mugemeuts at the lidcn I'os Oflirc are ;<* follow :— J ilK M «1J.j Aiiuive. Tkom liijuii.i and CooMa, every Sunday :! jun. '1 ui. M \ 11 a Foil S\ ia .. —Via Ne!li'-cn, Hcga, l'anlula, and MeimLn.j, livery Friday mid MomJity, 9 ji.m. Fob Bomu v!.A, C'ooma, &c, cviry Tuesday, 3 p.m.

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

TO LET—FARM OF43 ACRES. At Lociiiei., near Pnnbula, G iod Feed, all Fenced in, and well Watered. For terms, apply to JAMES ARMSTRONG, ill f no 30 Grcig's Flat ADVANCE PANBULA! M 3i S. BECK A NT1) M I S S )!LA V BKG to announce to (ho Ladies of J'AXULT.A ond District, (hat their New ShIc Room is now open, with a Netv mid Fashiotmble Selec tion of HATS, VISETTJJS, CLOAKS, MAX TLKS. &c. At tho same time would tender their wnrm Tiiauks fur tho patronage bestowed on thoui CROWN LANDS' SALES. s ALES OF CHOW.Y LAXDS will b.s lieM at the undermentioned place on the dav stated. MORUYA, (At the J'olieo Office,) On THURSDAY, 20th December | | COUXTKY" LOTS, County of St. Yinceat. I 13 lots ('S4 to 170 acres) on liuekenbowra Creek, ;it a:id below its confluence with Quart pot Creek, :iti<l on and near the road from Bolaro to Hate iiiau'i Hav, parishes of Hucken(>owra, holnrn, and Xeilijren, portions of 3, 23, 24, 20 to3l, <>8 to 71. County of Dam pier, parish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

sxcbaitob mwmh. \ IMLAY STREET, EDEN. ITfIlkner Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform the Inluutants of .Manekoo, Kiakdka, Bega, PaNBCla, Svdney, iuk! the surrounding Colonies, ilr.it lie iiii< j'ist completed and opened the above extensive Et-tnlslMi uient on a scale, &< rvfjitnls Ac<-o:nrtii>iJa:)■>». unrivalled by any house in the district, and which mu»t givtj suti-t'icnon t«» the imut fn>t:<li'>iis. J A. 1', wishes to iiiTn tii New Arrival-) that he lias several suites of Bedrooms, together with PtiviTE 1'*.HLUU11S, fur l'anuiios. I X.U.—WIXES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE i CROWN LANDS' SALES. Sales of ckowx lands win be held ot the undermentioned place on the day stated. W00LL0NG0NG, (At the Police Oflicc) On SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 12 !o!s (32 acres 2 roods 17 p. n hes to 53 acres) on Iiraiuly an...

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Local Iutelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

sCorat gfntriUgrurr. The Rev. Mil Lf.isiiman-—Wc arc glad to welcomeamong us the re-«pp< aranco of this rev. gentleman for a short period, who arrived by the Tuxmnnia on Saturday. Two sermons were j preached by Mr. Lei»hiimu on Sundaj' hist in j the Court Mouse, to a very 3arjfe congregation 0:11 each orCitMon. TnK Uiiv. Mr. Stf.f.l brought down about i X20ft worth of gold from the Delegate last week, | and gives a very favorable account of the diggings ; in that locality. j Foetus ate Escape.—A female passenger who was proceeding on hoard the j{an<;atira on Sunday evening had a very narrow escape from drowning. 3t appeals that the boat wlii. h was j taking her off to (he stwimer drifted away after; arriving -at the side of the vessel, before she i had fairly set^her feet on (he ladder leading up to vessel. She was thus left hanging by the ropes, and up to her waist in water, for about five minutes. One of the sailors happened to notice her, and freed from her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

A BARGAIN AT PANBULA. POR SALE OR LEA8K. on easy terms. One-half Acreof Good GARDEN GROUND Fenced amiPailed, witU a good Well of tiure Water, and a good TOUH-KOOMED COT TAGE. Apply to Mr. Slmw, Telegraph OfEcc. or Mr. J. H. Bennjot, Ptnbuta.

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PROGRESS OF THE PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. (COMMUNICATED TO THE TELEGRAPH.) Lawson's Station, Delegate, November 24th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

PllOGKESS OF THE PROSPECTIXG ASSOCIATION'. (communicated to tiik ti:li:gkapii.) Luwson's Station, Delegate, November '24th. 18(50. As it may iuterest the residents of the Hav, j to know the doings of the deputation from the j association nniong the good pL-nple of Bnmba'a, nnd also the likelihood of tills place boitii; n go],I I field, 1 take t!ic i pp irtunity of the m.iil going j to-morrow to scud you a brief account of our I peri gri notions. Arriving «-t llonibaia wo were | kindly nud hospitably receivrd by Mr. H. S >li» : niotis, and by him introduced t.i the princiji.il I residents oft lie town, mid on placing our views be j fore«hem it w;is met by general approbation, Mr. H. | Hogarth took the matter up very w .irmly as also | Mr. Solomons ; circulars were sent )o the leading I mm to organise Mie association and to meet the i deputation <n the following evening prepma ■ tory to bringing it before the public. At that I nierting twelve gentlemen «f liombalii atten...

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GRANES AT KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

ORAYKS AT K1AXDHA. On one of (lie liilis, a short. distance from tin; CouimissicmrT's Camp, at Ki.nidr.i. sov. ral small mounds of earth inilic.ato tin; where a feiv nf our follow-crcatures, wlin, ::ln;r lighting tins Jiattli of life, hnvo shuttled <ifi" tltL-ir tnurul coil, ami sleep undisturbed,—whoso visions perhaps but a short tiiun since were buoyed tip wi.h hope, life, and (iiii.n. this hjjut sonio lewdays since, I paused for a few minute, vnd for i lime was ln.-l in thought. 'I'liix s grave*. whose an:- they Ito mark of any kind indicates tli< ir oci-'ifiHHs— 'in tombstone records their mune.s or clim doles their virtues. Dow a prodigal so:i, whos-. mothor may In' in a distant land still ofl'ctin:; up her prayers fir his) i-ifos*»ii:il:nu and safety, whom with nil his errors, tshc htill l«v«s—doe.- a fa I Ion i-isier in hor hurry and flight ti> a\oid the shaine a'lil misery thnt follows lier—who when living could scarce think of il'atli hut with lear~...

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Mining Intelligence. (From the Alpine Pioneer, Nov. 20.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

♦ £IUmnn 51ntcUincncf. (i'Vom the Alpine Pioneer, Nov. 20.) The Ov'uit left the Camp on Saturday after iiniiii with 1 ,*M<! oz.s. 4 dwts. ami 13 grs Whcu we take into account the very small working popul-itioii Inn-, certainly mil exceeding eight or nine hundred, tile lirisutt.lid w<*a her of last ivirk, aiul tho lai'ne quantity retained in the possesion <if the hank» at the instance of miners, the abovo return must be regarded as most satisfactory. The projecting partv on Township Hill have hi.Uniued two luilis, without succeeding in find ing and ate now commencing a third, farther over towards New Chum than either of the others. The patty at the prospecting tunnel oil New ('hum Hill are piling a-head rapidly; they arc now close upon 1(H) feet into the hill ; the rock is very hard ami they intend, should it not get a littie easier, to try the effect of powder—the only o'lie. tion to this mode of extraction will be the difficulty ill ehariug the tunn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

JUST OPENED, H. DIXON & CO.'S SEW STOKES, v IMLAY-STItEET, KllKX, Have 011 liantl a wc]l-;i«Kiirli:l Stork of— Groceries Provisions Cordage Ironmongery Tobaccos Cigars AC American Buckets Do. Chairs Do. Tubs Plate Glass ^ Would particularly vceo;u:ii£'riflR'ri»l of ;i.»ir TEAS ^ SUGARS^ SPICES V TOBACCOS MEDICINES, &c. ADVANCE PANBULA! M H S. IJ K CK AN 1) MISS ]IL A V BEG to announce to the Ladies of 1'ANIH'I.A and District, tliiit their Xew Salt 1'oom is now open, with a \«;w mid Fashionable Selec tion of HATS, YISKTTKS, CLOAKS, MAN TLES, &c. At she same timo would teiifhr their warm Thanks fsr llic patronage 1 ostuved <!ii il:oiu for the last .'! years. H, B. WILSON, WIXK, SPIBIT, & COMMISSION |Ur»rliant, tfr., Is now prepared to make Cash advances oil Wool, Tallow, Iliiles, (Vc., con.signcd to him, for the English Market. H. 15. W. having made permanent arrangements for periodical shipments from this port. STOKES : Qiit-cn's Wharf, Cust...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR CORRISPONDENTS.) [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] DEFEAT AND RESIGNATION OF THE NICHOLSON MINISTRY,—MR. O'SHANASSY SENT FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

MKUJOUHXK. (from ont <:<ikui;sponiii:\ts.) [liv KlKCTKIC TkI l:iil! \ri!.] DF.FFAT AND RI-SKIXMIOS OF TflC NtCHOLSOX MINISTRY.—Mil. O'SIIA NASSY SKXT FOR Ministers were dt ft ated in the Address, at three oVIuck this morning. The following is tii.* division: — For Ministers.... :?] Agaiust 3! Majority 1.'$ ( lidbcn and O'Shanassy attucko:! (hem for tin- . want of polity displayed since the c!usi of last ses sion. Haines tlitl not vote. Brooke, Dully'slitn tenant, moved the amendment, airl O'Shan.T-i-y : seconded it. It was reported that Brooke would bo scut for, and ill that event an attempt was to have t)ccn made to reconstruct the lleales-ciim-' Dufty Cabinet submitted soma time since to liis : Excellency. O'Shanassy ami Duffy will not sit in 1 the same Cabinet. Home ten iinlejier.di nt sup porters of the Xieholson A'l!iiinistr.;tien hereto fore, voted against the Ministry. ; The Berkshire witli flour arrived from Tome, j 7 p.m. ! Mr. Nicholson announced in t...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Mar[?]on Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

gorrttttoitdrnrr. To ft'it Editor of Tin" Tt'of»>il Ibjy r? W M'li Krijn >:r,— Hariii.' fr-iii time l'i tim- i-i-.-i-l in yoiif Journal 1 lir- who.ewvno i<»;<-S and p-litl" icpvi iniuuls yen j.;ave lo thos- fcrvantH of !i.<! j>- ■ ij-l who are placed in mil!'-only, 1 eiul'.l i:ol help feeling that tlicy would It*.* valued, nlid art u* a e.intion to tlio.se persons, imt when 1 trine to calmly consider the l ite oecurreitcis whirli have taken place nt, Kdcn, I only wonder 1hui von have lii i n i-n temp rail- ill your observation r> sjiec time the nefarious, contemptible, Imsc doings <ilu s ■ tn whom yniip remark ■> applied. I fur our li::ii'- i with li-ti i>y <1« h^ht tin1 introduction of a news paper into llii* diM.rie!. i fi it :i sincere di -ire lh>it ymir'n r-lioiil i prosper. and as a proof tint I w.i* nally in i.-.nni mI ] i.ecae.ie mi eaily f iih-rii ■ r and a'.M) /■ojitfiljllti.'d valuable hint- ti cu!...

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I LOVE THEE! I LOVE THEE! [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

I LOVE THEE! I LOVE THEE! I love tliee! I love thee! 'Tis oil that I cau say ;— It is my vision iu the night, Jly dreaming in the day; The very echo of cay heart, The blessing when I pray: I love thee! I love thee! all that I can say. I love thee! I love thee! Is ever on my tongue! In all my proudestpoesy That chorus still ts snog. It is the verdict of my eyes Amidst the gay and young,* I love thee j l lovo theo! A thousand maids among. Ilovetheo! tlovotlico! Thy bright and hazel glance, The mellow lute upon thoso lifts . - "tpwiojefiaef iorite entrance. proofs I lovothee! 1 love thee! Whatever to thy chance.

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Shipping Iutelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.W., weather cloudy. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

^hipping ^utcUitjcncc. l'OKT OF liDKX, TWOFOLD BAY. "Wind S.W., weather cloudy. AllItlYALS. November 24—Tasmania, steamer, Clinch, from i Sydney. ;j pa»scngerK. November 25—liangatiia, steamer, ^lootiic, from Sydney, Passengers (5, November 23—Tasmania, brig, 144 tons, K. ]'. Wolf, from Newc;wlo, wind bound. ! November 25—William Buchanan, brig, 1 GO tons ! John Corcly, from Newcastle, i windbounJ. j November 25—Eliza Goddard, brig, 1!)1 tons, J. | Gascoigno, from Newcastle, j windboutid. | Depautckes. | November 26—Tasmania, steamer, Clinch, for i IlobartTown. 10 passengers. j November 2G—Rangatira, steamer, Moodie, for j Melbourne. Passengers 9. j Imports. j Rangatira, Sydney—1 ease China, 4 iron cast- ! injrs, 1 parcel. j Tasmania, Sydney—4 boxes tea, 4 boxes ran- ; ■lies, 12 bags su«ar, Uenchey ; 2 trusses, 2 cases, 1 bale, 10 bags Hour, 4 kegs nails, 4 drums white ; lemi, 2 eases ironmongery, G. Barclay ; 2 mats j suirar. 2 bags nee, 1 case confectionery, J. i Sehultz ; 1 sprin...

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