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

1IQBAHT TOWN. Arrivals. July 17.—Alarm, from jNcwcastie; juiy i». —Sapphire, from winding i Louisa, from whaling. Departures. July 15.—Reliance, for New Zealand ; Helen S. Page, £>r Tort Albert.

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

SYDNEY. Arrivals. July 21.—Telegraph, utr, from RrMvuto ; ! Uertrtule, brig, from Smith Sea Munis ; | Kehnvfi.k'r, sch., !Vnvn Fiji Islamic *, I.ady j Denisou, brig, from liauurestoii and Eden ; j ^ Hunter, fetr., from Clyde lliver ; WilhnJu, .soli..] from Port Macquarie. July 22.—Shamrock. j brig, from Manukau. July 25.—Tiino awl Truth, ] kn#, from Liivijioo), With March ; NgnjMhi, s!iij». j from Hokianga, (New Zealand). July 2(5.—Albion, j .soli., froui ltatflc Crock; Hits, brig, from j lirisbaue. DtrAUTCRES. ! July 22—Ottaiv.i,}{. hi. S. S, for Suez. Ju'y'JU. ! —Waii^foll, fir Calcutta ; WamUih, for \Yide.j Hay. July 20.—Telegraph, str,, from llrUbauc. I July 27.—Ftiiclla, str., from Grafton. | I'ROJECTKD DErAHTlKKS. j Fur flrisbanc.—Yarra Yam, str., August I. i For Nelson.—Lord Ashley, August 10. j Fur Melbourne.—Miama, early. j Fur Auckland.—l'riuce Alfred* August 1°. j For I.ondnn.—1 lollinsdale, early ; Centurion, j early ; Nei'lv, early. For M.in:! i.—Stewart, July :11. !

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice Intelligence. EDEN, TUESDAY, 31st July, 1860. (Before his Worship P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

Notice gutfUiflatff. EDEN, Tuesday, 31st July, I860. (Berore liis Worship P. J. Murrav, Esq., P.M.) CoNSTAW-e Luff v. Lanagan.—For carrying fire-arms and shooting on Sunday, 5 Vic., No. 6. Defendant pleaded guilty to carrying, but not to shooting. His Worship read a clause from the act clenrly propounding .toat by carrying alone the offender was guilty and liable to be fined 40s. Verdict, 40s, or 48 hours in the lock-up. Defendant ac cepted the latter. Wednehday, August 1. (Before his Worship P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M.) Thomas O'Neill was charged with being drunk in tho public streets. Defendant pleaded guilty, but stated that it was his first offence since he got his free pardon. Verdict, fined £1 or 24 hours in the lock-up. The defendant paid the fine, thanked his Worship, and retired. James Burrows appeared to answer a chareo preferred against him by James Spensley. Mr. Spensley stated that on the previoun evening ho heard a row, and on uoing out found defendant lyinc on his back i...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 3RD AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

ilic iclcijtapli. FRIDAY, 3un AUGUST, 1RG0. The inadequacy of our Postal arrangements is Upcoming every day more palpable; iu fact, is assuming an aspect that should make every commercial man look at the matter with deep concern. In a mercantile community like that which will be established here in the course of a few months, without the advantages of telegraphic communication, the Post-office is the harbinger of most important results, and the miscarriage or loss of one letter might he the cause of blasting a man's credit ami swamping him iu bankruptcy: therefore, too much care and systematic management cannot prevail in our postal arrangements. The large warehouses that are now being com pleted will soon be filled with merchandise consigned to agents for sale and otherwise, and as a natural consequence a large and re gular correspondence will commence. Inde pendent of commcrcial matters, it is only reasonable to suppose that the correspondence which will be carried on through the ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

suii.se/iirTjoA' ro thk "telegraph: PER BALt'-YKAK : If paid in advance £1 0 (I Jf uot so paid .. .. .£'1 10 0 PER QIAUTIR: If jtaid in advance 10s. 0d. Jf not so paid .. .. las. Oil.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

TASMANIA* MARKETS. LaukcF-STOS', July 24.—The pram Market still I continues dull. Flour is worth 91. for quantity. ] Wheat is fllightlv Sown, being quoted at from 7b. 9d. to 8h. Qata^rc also down, uot being1 worth more than 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. Ilay, 4/. 10s. to 51. Potatoes lmvo improved in pneo, and may be quoted at fi'Oln 11. lVSTtfrB/., bngs iu. JJuttur Is. 3(L, Flour, by the bog, 40s. Bread, per 21bs! loaf, 5|C The Mais.—Union—Fine flour, 191. to 20/. per ton ; second dito,171, to 18/.; bran, Is. 3d' to 1b. 4d. pur bushel; wheat, 7s. Qd. to 8s. ;• oats, 3a. Gd. to 3s. 9d.; flour, by the bag, 40s. ' ltetura of flour Imported at the port of Ilobavt Town during the weekended 21st July, 1860— nil; esported—■all. Imported at Launcobton nil; exported—13,548 bushels oats, 105 ditto wheat, and 13| tons flour. Hobart Town.—The Mercury of yesterday says,—The intelligence contained in the advices from Melbourne, was n-it of a character to produce any change in the wheat market here, and sal...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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PORTLAND. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

I'OISTLAND. Akiiival. July 27.—Lady Uirtl, sfr., for Mt'llxmriii'.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

ADELAIDE. AmtivALs. .yiiy 'Mi.—luDa] tsu», snip, irom j-ciwi Adcoua, sell, from Melbourne ; July 28.—In constant, l>qc., from London. July 29.—Australia ship, from London ; Kestrel, lirig, from Sydney * Marion, str., from )V>rt Lincoln. DlU'AUTL'UE. July £7 Ilavilah, str, for Molboumc.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

SYDNEY MARKETS. The following quotations are from the latest :— Wool.—Tlio unsiitlod i-tate of the English market has c<ui»ed a depression in llie coVuiinl sales j prices are, thi'refoivi, uomiiial, anil no cor rect quotation con lie jriven until the new clip begins to appear. One lot {10 balm of scoured), marked A AS over " Cleveland," v'thdrawn at last sale, haB been placed privately at 22d. per II). Tallow.—Prices niav be quoted 1hus—fMutt/m £48 to £50, hecf £39 "to £42, station £38 to £4'J per ton. Hides.—Prices nay he quoted tliun—Heavy wcll-cnred (in In rue parcels) 14s. to 16s.,light dry and itiffrior 4s. to 12s. T>d. each. Fat Caitlr.—Prime Imlloc-ks very scree ; se, cond quality in excess of the demand. \Vc quote i them, tirht quality, of, to &.; a.cond quality, 3/, 10b. to 41. 108. Fat Sheep.—This market has been supplied, this last week, with good quality. Prime wethers have heen wiling at from los. to 10s. Sd.; tsceoud quality, l'2s. to 14b. Station...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

FOB SALE. j A TKX IIOHSK Tower IJenn STEAM EN-! 1\. C1XK, with 3 Circular Suva—with Travel-! liir; AViiy-. and Sdf-Fenl Motion, complete, now ' lying at l'lLweirs. Apply Office of this Paper. nug * j Mr. E/W. LAYTON, I AUCTIONEER LAND & COMMISSION I A G F. N T, JL j TWTT.AY STBEET, EDEN, IW&bLD BAY. j SALES by AUCTION effected at Panbula awl Bega when jreguircd. ■ Secure PADDOCKS liave l>eon engaged at convcnieut distances for the receptiun of Horse Stuck or Cattle inti tided for Auction or Private Sale, together with a STOCKYAllD in (he Township. aug 4 FOR SALE. f A STRONG Useful MARE, Si* Years old* a A GOOMpROAUSTER, Fast Trottea Canters - Easy, WanorQuick. In sufficient ^condition fot an immediate long journey. Apply to Mr. E. M': LAYTON, aug 4 Rixon's Hotel. SLABS, &e,. &c., In any quantity, may be had from the SPLITTERS' PA&.TY, tiiree ' and a-half miles from Eden, on the road to Panbula. oc3Z YiCiuitiou all Benwua against Tres passin...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

AVAlUtX AM BOOL. Arriv.il. July 27.—Lady llird, str., from Portland. Departure. July 29.—Melbourne^ sell, for Melbourne,

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The following Miminnry is compiled lr.im Urnr? nnd Power anil JhitfirrforiTt Circulars of 3;11v.s: j dates:— j Money Market.—Wo have no all oration to re-1 port of this market. Approved securities con- r tinuc scirce. The rates of interest, nominal, at1 from 8 to 10 percent. _ ! Wool.—Wc have hern enabled to dispose <<(', a)tout 250 hales of fellmongers' scoured ot prices \ ranging from 21d. to 24d. per lh. 5 in other sorts j uo transactions, and prices nominally tlic same. Hides.—It is impossible to effect n sale for shipment in quantity over 14s. fid. to 15a. end), a price which would leave a heavy loss to the eurer; we. have therefore taken up (lie Water Nymph for London for shipping nlw>ut 12,000 hides, fallow, and other dead weight, to.rct.hor with W'ol. Tallow.—The market is dull. Wry few trims-1 actions hare tolcrn place, and prices a shade in j favour of the buyer. Stock and Stations.—There is actually no busi ness doing in station...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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SUMMARY OF TASMANIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

SUMMAKY OF TASMANIAN NEWS. Wo are indebted to Captain Finlayson for a file W Tasmanian papers to 14 th ult., from which wo compile tlio following:— Mr. IsancSlicrwin has been elected member for Si'lby. The influenza has been raging throughout the colony, Grid (several places of amusement had to be closed in consequcucc of the indisposition of performers. The printing sanctum of tho Corn ■trail Vhronirle hud been visited by the dreadful epidemic, and en one occasion an issue was dis paired of. They say " Hut not only, however, nfero the opeiutivin afflicted, but editor, reporters, foremen, machiucmen, boys, were all sick—all had the influenza. Parliament was opened oil tlie Ifith inst. Cap lain S.inyil'jii introduced a mot ion for opening the Legi>liitive<_\mncil with pvnyer. The motion was, however, withdrawn. Oil tho IKiii nil., some stacks, the property of Mr. H. Dmlsioi), of Norfolk l'lnin, were destroyed by fire; supposed to be the work of on ineen <!inr...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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BELFAST. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

BELFAST. Arrival. July 27.—Lady Bird, str., frcm rortlaiiil, nnd sailed for Melbourne. The Y.irra left IdUinreston on 2<lth ult., and experienced very foul weather, a strong easterly wind blowing the whole time, till she :irj-iv« <l heiv on the 31st ult. She brought 3D passi tigers, and carfrn. The Tasmania left Iloliart Town, at 1 p.tn, j on Friday last; arrived at Melbourne at 7 p.m., on Sunday ; left on Tuesday, at 1 p.m. ; arrived ' at this port yesterday morning, at 4 a.m., l.'iul.d 62 jiftssongeiij, a quantity of cargo, nnd left again at 12 noon. The superior accommodation of this steamboat, Ibe civility of her "flivers mid crew, and the facilities aflbi-ded for the conveyance of cargo should cntitlu her to a large Hhafe of ; jwtronage during next enmnnT. The Wouga ; Wonga was at tlm wharf in Melbourne when she left. I The Ellen l.ft Sydney on the loth, put into Jet-vis* Hay 18th, anS left on the 30th ult, in com pany with the Calender nnd SworJlish, scho...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

DIARY. ,, . . Dav <if' Sun '-Sun imhhhv i,.'"'?'1 n«ysof»wt.m„-„u,.11sl,^ | ag01»..« i ti.iu. li.m. (invs. it. in. Fridat 'Aug. 3 fi 55 5 17: 15 0 2u p.m. Saturday-. J „ 4 6 54.5 18j 10 10 2 „ sfnkav i „ 5 (i 54.5 18; 17 10-10,, moxiiay i „ GO 53.5 19, 18 11 21 „

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

Virtorfan sterns. Ones again the Laud Bill has been sent Iwk to j theCouncil. Tsie position this Ministry hau; a-- : Mimed is si hoKl oiii-, and they have been well sup- j ported m the Assembly. Tlie Java for coiup:o- j inise and concession have pa-Aed. Tlie Assembly ■ relume to acccp! tlic amendments of tin- Coum-iT, and the Council have no resource left liutto rejt-ct the liill or to (five their sanction to it in the form in which it before passed into their hands. In either ease, the country will be the gainer; and the long agitated land qui-at ion will have received in some form, a settlement. Facilities such u-s have not before existed for the occupation of the lands will now be afforded, and the monopoly of the past wiil be checkcd. Notwithstanding the surprise that was at first experienced at the policy the Government intend to puimu-, nearly two-thirds or the Assembly have declared to sup port them, and, if \vc mistake not, the great mass j of the people will support them to...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

[ADVEIsnSEMKXT.] Twofold Bay, July 30, I860. To Mb. I'd ward Fixlavbox, Commander of the schooner " Yarra." Sir.—AW, the undersigned, und 011 behalf of our Mlow passengers, beg to return our siucirc thanks for tlio kind treatment reevivid at your hands, also your care and attention to those who were unfortunately sea-sick; at the same time testifying nur approliation for the good accommo dation and esecllfiit provisions revived while on board your vessel from Lauuccslou to the above port. It would afford us much plea-tire by your inserting this letter in the public press at Luun cewton, for the gratification of our friends, atid other intending passengers for Twofold Hay. Ajjain tendering our bet>t thanks, and wishing you -every success, We are, Sir, yours respectfully, A. T. Tliornburn, 3. H. S. Armitage, JS^Uuinu, and 37 others.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

Arrival and Deimrtcke of Maii.s. The Postal niraii!»emt'iits at the EJen l'.i-t Ollke art; as follows :— Tun Mail AnnirsB. From Sydney, via the Coast, this day, ;i ji.m, ; via lloinlKiIa, Sunday, 3 ; via tii-- r.M-T, Monday, 3 p.m. From MiiLitot'unf., To-night. Til K .Mail Ci.oskb, For iSl'd.VKV, hy steamer, to-night ;■ vi;i <!k< Coast, To-night, 9 o'clock ; and via Ihe Monday, 'J p.m. 1'on Mki.uoursk, Saturday ni;fht, 9 o'clock.

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PUBLIC MEETING AT BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

PUBLIC MHEHXG AT BOMIUT,A. | A public incrtiug of (he inhabitants of Mmirroo i was held at the Court-house, Honibala, 19th July,! i for the purpose of discussing the propriety of iv- j j commending llie Government to open up the old ! line of road from Twofold Hay to 'Mnnoroo. The ■ meeting was very numerously attended, and tluiv j were present the representatives of the different j interests in the district, who entered very warmly : into the matter, and the resolutions were car- j ried without a dissentient voice. j C. If. Raddixev, Esq., J.P., was called to tlio ! chair, who having briefly addressed the meeting, called upon the mover of the first resolution, when— j H. Soi-omon, Esq, proposed,—" That in con sequence of the roa-1 In use from Twofold Bay to Mancroo, boinpr unfit and unequal to the traffic existing upon it, this meeting considers it desir able tuat the old line of row should be opened up if possible." , He had great pleasure in submitting this resolu tion to the mee...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, August 2nd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

lPH^xGOMMBRCIAL. Tdegraph Office, Tuubsday Evening, August 2nd, 1860. As we anticipated, a change in the weather .has brought several vessels to our port and \ the advices of the projected departure of •event! others from Ipe neighboring colonies, containing consignments of merchandise. The Janet Dixon and Freak are hourly expected from Melbourne, and the City of Sydney and Northern Light are advertised to leave Laun ceston at an early date. Besides these, ad vices 4ave been received from several large firms in the neighboring colonies of great quantities of goods being despatched for Two fold Bay. . We would advise merchants at a '{■ | distance to proceed with caution for a short time, aa the consumption here at present is only limited, the present houses being more than nhle to supply the demand at moderate prices. A few transactions linve been effected to-day, but in the present fluctuating state of the market any quotations w lucli we might give could not be token as a guide. Hi...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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