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

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney &Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MEEIMBULA, Being by far the nearest Port to the Kiandra Diggings, the Directors of the l.S.X. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship "HUNT E It," Between Melbourne and Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FRIDAY at 10 a.m., and Merimbuia every SVSiDA Y, at ti a.m. FARES: 30s. only. N.B.—Travellers may r«ly upon the unvarying regularity of the Snanier, as well us upnn' her great spead in any weather. d .'51 I^IRSr SHIP for the FEBRUA11Y SALES ' .iBEUDEEX L1XE of CLIPPERS. For LOXDOX, Direct, To sail positively XoveinWr :!j, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MORAVIAN, A 1 10 years OfJS tons per register, WILLIAM EDWARD, Commander, This nolilc vessel was built expressly fir the Australian trade, by Walttr Hnud and (Vnn]iaiiv, and lormsi one of the justly-celebrated line of Altetvieen clippers owned by Mfs-is. Gourde Thompson, junior, and Company, uf London, of which The Omar Pasha, ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

f ft* StUgayfc. t, TUESDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, I860. - * - - ' " ' | 1 " ■ • ■■s {fiB l'Iruitfal and multiply and replenish the earth, «sd subdue it," was God's earliest cora ibahdtom&u, and it conveys a divine title to the > rbusfeflfidman to go upon aud possess the unsub • dued portions of the earth for the benefit oi himselfnnd his children. On this command is founded that law of nations which recognizee as just the civilized man appropriating to his use the wilds of the savage, and the hunting grounds of the Indian, lie who subdues the earth by culture to the increase of its popu lation carries out the command of Heaven, and by parity of reason he who attempts to thwart or prevent him doing so, opposes the command and will of Heaven. What fearful responsibility then must those lordling shepherds and squatters be taking upon their shoulders, when they try to pre vent or even delay the access of the people to the soil—the virgin soil of an hitherto almost desert land. A lan...

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 27 November 1860

MEJUMIULA. Arrivals. November 21—Hunter, steamer, Sullivan, from | Sydney. Passengers — cabin,: 9 ; steerage, 17. ; November 24—Hunter, steamer. Sullivan, froui Sydney. Passengers 10. j Imposts. | Hunter, from Sydney—1 tarpaulin, 1 drum oil, i 1 coppcr boiler, 1 piccc lead, t'ajit. Camplull; 1 i parcel, I bundle dishes, 1 pole dray, 33 cedar 1 lioaTds, 4 eases, 8 table legs, 1 door, 1 cask, 2 c»s ! galvanised iron, 17 sheets iron, 1 hdi ridging, 1 ' do tools, 4 air bricks, 1 truss, 1 tarpaulin, 8 bags | sugar, 2 clists tea, 1 bx plumy, 1 !>g salt, Atiucu- ;; 1 email bx, McCausland; 8i-cbs(stca, 1 truss, i 10 bgs maize, 5 trusses bay,~ 1 Cfk crockiry, 1: coil rope, 1 bx boots, U pair sashes, lesk, 2 tlrun.s : oil, 3 ao nails, 1 canvass pkg, G liars iron, 83 mats i sugar, 40 bags flour, l'age ; 1 case, Jajigeis ; { csk port wine, Fea'berston ; £-chst tea, 1 csk, 0 bags oats, S trusses hay, Hen wood; 1 pkg, 1 sad dle, SO bgs flour, Manning ; 1 case saddlery, Kerry ; 1 per tobacco, H...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind E., weather foggy. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

JHrijrptog PORT OF EDIvN, TWOFOLD BAY. AViiid E., weather foggy. Arrivam. November 27—Wonga Wougn, steamer, Walker, from Melbourne. 3 passenger# Departures. November 27—Tasmonia, barque, 144 tons, E. P* Wolf, from Newcastle, wind bound. November 27—William Buchanan, bii£, ICO tons John Cordy, from Newcastle, windbound. November £7—Eliza Goddard, brig, 191 tons, J. Gascoigne, from Newcastle, windbound. November 28—Wonga Wonga, steamer, Walker, for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

STEAM BETWEEN I Sydney &Merimbula! Encouraged by the increasing I Traffic with I MEEIMBTJLA, Being by far the nearest Port to tin; Kiamlra Diggings, the Directors of the I.S.N. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship "HUXT E IV' Between Merimbuia anil Sydney, leaving Syd nev everv FRIDAY at 10 a.m., a:id Merimbuia J every SUNDAY, at 6 a.m. FARES: 30s. only. N.B.—Travellers may r ly upon the unvarying regularity of the Stiain; r, as well as up m her great spead in any weather. il :il ICIEST SHIP for the FKllIU'AKV SALES 1 .aUKUdkex line of clippers. For LONDON", Direct, To sail positively December 4, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MORAVIAN", A 1 10 years, 968 tons per renter, WILLIAM ED W All It, Commander, This noble vessel was built e\prc'.s]y fur the Australian trade, by Walter lloud and Company, and forms one of the justly-celebrated line <jf Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. (ieorjre Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

Arrival and Depasture of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Foe Office are as follow :— The Mails Aebivjs, From Bombala. asd Cooha, every Sunday 3 p.m. Th» Hails Clobk, Fob Bycnev.—Via Nelligen, Boca, Panbula, and Merimbula, Every Friday and .Monday, 9 p.m. For Bombala, Cooma, &&, every Tuesday, 3 p.m

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MERIMBULA. IMPORTS. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

merimbula. Impobis. November 24. Hunter, from Sydney—1 pair bellows, 1 anvil, 1 parcel, 1 iron key, Hammond; 1 case, Hib burd ; 1 paper parcel, Dr. lloman ; 1 case, 1 box soap. 1 bos, 1 bag su?ur, A. J. Windeyer; 18 bare, 4 bdls iron, 2 boxes, Bennett; 2 drums, 1 case, 6 kegs paint, Cowing ; 2 crates, Stokes ; 11 bags sugar, 4 do bacon, 2 do canvass, 3 bis calico, 1 do canvasB, 6 cases sundries, 1 do paper, 2 bxs soap, 1 bdl frying pans, 5 csks currauts, 1 do butter, 2 chats tea, 7 kgs nails, Limbcrt; 2 hhds ale, Rawson ; 100 bags flour, 2 cases bottled beer, 1 paper parcel, 49 boards (1417 ft.), Manning; 6 cases gin, Henwood; 4 chs's, 12 bxs tea, 11 bags salt, 14 mats sugar, 3 cases fruits, 4 do pickles, 2 do jams, 1 do saddlery, 4 do sundries, 8 bxs rai sins, 2 do currants, 2 do candles, 0 bars iron, 4 dray boxes, 1 hhd, 1 csk fehot, 3 bdls buckets, 12 camp ovens, 12 trusses hay, 1 truss, 3 trunks, 77 boards (1000 ft.), Page ; 5 bags flour, 10 do sugar I cs sundries, 1 iron pot* C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

hovsia, IMLAY STREET, EDEN. atfalkner Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform the InhaUtiuits of Maneroo, Kiandra, ft kg a, Panjjola, Sydney, nml the surrounding Colonics, that lie has just completed and opened the above extensive Establish ment on a scale, as regards Accommodation, unrivalled hy any Louse 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 PjttvATE PiRLOCits, for Families. N.U.—WINES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE CROWN LANDS' SALES. Sales of crown lands win be held at the undermentioned place on the day btated. W00LL0NG0KG, (At the Police Office) On SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 12 lots (32 acres 2 roods 17 perches to 53 acres) on Brandy and Water nnd Komble Creek*, ad joining aud near to Owen's, Waldron's, Clcvcr don's, and Shore's portions, pari...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 30TH NOVEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

lite Seltgriyk. FRIDAY, 30th NOVEMBER, 1860. Ojte or two questions, only second in import ance to the ** unlocking of the Lands " are to be decided at the impending elections, by the constituencies of New South Wales. They are, firstly, whether a money qualification is desirable for a seat in the Upper or Second House of Legislature, called the Council; and secondly, by what means a better administra tion of Justice through this colony can be procured. Before offering a few remarks on these topics, we would premise that the gratitude and warmest thanks of the colonists arc due to His Excellency Sir "William Denison, for his prompt and judicious conduct in dissolving the House, and appealing to the country on, those vital questions, in the face of difficulties induced by the obstructive votes of a power ful faction to destroy the virtue of Mr. Robertson's Land Bill; and also to our late Premier for the sterling pertinacity with which he adhered to its most important clause. AU are ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

JCtUn, T-rnf.,!,! .Y'lrcmi" r t'Ml,, To Mr. Geouoe Lkddal Yoi.yg, Ems. Sin,— the undersigned Electors of Elen, iiw ire \l of your jjeucially liberal <>i>im«>n>, ;i;ul t li:it j you are strongly in fUvur <if t lie L;nn i being i thrown upon fur fcttlenient by tlje people, ami M" "free Kcleotiou licf'ore survey." hereby ivijuol that you will allow yourself to bo jiut in nouiiiu tion as a Candidate f.ir our repR'.-Liitatioii in thu iroachin? 1'atiian cut, ii the event of y ur areeilin'» to our request we pr.mii^e you our .-upjiort, »h>1 vent>ir<; to pre dict your triumphant return for our district. We arc .Sir, Yuuis- truly, I (Signed by) Henry Kirklaiui, James Mellaiiir, i A^c., &c., 4w. y.Vc;i, Tii-nfJ'l D'hi. Xtu-' mlnjr T.itl, 1 SCO. To Messrs. Kiiklind, Mi-If ailie, &e., &c., fv.c. Genti.kmkn,— I feel highly honoured by your proposal, at this crisis of the public afrairs of the colony, to place me in the re...

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Local Intelligence. CROWN LANDS' SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

sCoral jiJntcUigcurc. CROWN LANDS' SALES. The following lots wene sold at the Court-house on Thursday, 29th inst. :— | 1 lot, containing 4 acres 3roods, and 1 lot, con taining C acres 4 roods, 35 perches, on the south side of Lake Curnlo, upset price £3 and £2 12s. per acre, H. (5. King purchaser. 3 lots, jS'o.'s JO, 14, and 18, of scction 17, 2 roods each, up»et price £4 cach, J. fi. Edw ards ] purchaser. 2 lots, No,'s 19 and 20, of section 17, 2 rood* ; each, upset price, £4 per lot, G. Doran, pur chaser. 2 lots, No.'e 2 and 9 of section 19, upset price, £4 per lot, Ihom&s McGloin purchaser. 1 lot, No. 10 of section 19, upset price £4, Arundel Everett purchaser. Nothing Extenuate, nor sf.t down aught ik Malice.—Such are the principles expressed by a print in this township, at present existing, and bearing the name of the Obsvreer. In con tradicting those principles so indicated,we would draw the attention of our readers to a paragraph which appeared in that "Independent Jo...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, November 27th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

- ■» goitre ^utfUiantrc. EDEN, Tuesday, November 27th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray. Esq., 1*. SI.) The Court opened at 10 o'Clock this ruo/ning, the first case called ou being Williams v. Andkkson.—Verdict for tho Plaintiff*. Schultz v. Kilyocii.—Settled out of Court. Sciil'ltz v. Jinow.v.—Adjourned to the 4th December. ('AMri)kll v. Rixon.—Settled out of Court. Lewis v. Sitheri.ani>.—Settled out of Court. ]ioYi-AND v. Settled out of Court. Lauogiasnis v. Kastedt.—Not served. fyxii v. Thomas.—l'aid into Court. Marshall v. iSri.rjvA.v.—Claim for £3 15s. for sroods sold. Defendant stated that he had a set-oft' against the Plaintiff for £1 10s., and ver dict was given for £2. 0s. The Court adjourned at half-past ten o'clock, till Tuesday, 4th December.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] November 25th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

^Melbourne. [FROM OCR OWN COKHESPO.YDEXr.] November 25Ik, 1860. The Nicholson Ministry is at length at an end, and no one regrets its demise as it had outlived the respect even of its own adherents. The new administration is composed of men from each of the three other divisions of the Assembly, that is to say from the Constitutional or Ind'ependi nt Member*' Corner, from the ranks commanded by Mr, O'Shanuassy, and from the ''Corner" proper. Mr. Healc, (member for East Bourke Boroughs and President of the Teetotal Lpgue,) is Chief Secretary; Mr. Verdon, (Williamston,) Treasurer; Mr. Ireland, (Maryborough, formerly Solicitor General in the CShannassy Cabinet,) Attorney General ; Mr. J. H. Brooke, (Ueeloog, one of the two which Mr. Duffy stipulated should receive portfolios in the Nicholson Ministry as on condi tion of his j lining it,) Lands and Survey ; Mr. 3. S. Johnston, (St. Kilda, one of the toi desani Independent Members,) Commissioner of Public Works i Mr. Loader, (West Melbou...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) No. of [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 November 1860

candidates foh the legislative ASSEMIil.Y of xew south WALES. (From the Morning Jlcrald.) No. nf I Camnburr ...' » "" ,,,'N'°riart.y , I Camden ' .. jj mix f',lcas i I Cvii. Cumberland ■> "" .,,v',0s:1,'.v ' | ,, " J'ayooi'k, 'J. ■ it. Atkinson, A. I Tht Glebe 1 " " ■ C«vor, W. J». > Mofi'att, Guoiliv* ! I Hartley i Jfar " j | The Huwkcsburj." o mi- , ! ! Tiic Huntcc I Upper Hunter ... | J-nerjiool Plains ! " «st .Muitldiid j MorjtctU 1 Mudgec Murniuilii'df-ee 1 -VcwtOM-n .... i , \i'. . AM "Arthur, ! Puddington j Brown ; , Hurt, Julio ! Paramatta o , "^"'''e'l/trjd Queanl). vim ..." j ' ' liast Sydm-v ... 4 >' «I. I'iMk,;-, Ml.,I,.: C. (-"onjior, ]Jr. 1 ! West Sydney ... .j „ 'H'*" i J i.iotii, j.a.! XareJlan . i .,\Vllil° ! Siioalhavcn " i "<ir!cy •Sr. Leonard's " i J-Oarn tt. ; The William*j . | Ali-suinUr Catii|i- : The Lower Jluiit.T 1 Al!v'(> ! Cinld Fields Suuth I . V \rVnA°Vr '' Ciivvdir . i ,,' '. ■ " ii"<>n 1 Ifeiruialj 1 j ■ T, Ku-uen ...

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Local Inteligenece. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

■Coral Mutciiiqcnrc. Tin: Mf.i:i:inc of D. K«an, Ksq.—Owing to1 tlic lateness of tlie liour, and the sudden illness ' of <'!io oi our .staff, wo are reluctantly compellr'd ! to defer 'ho publication of Mr. Kgnn's speech till ! our next issue. Wc have only time i<> state that j that gentleman has strongly expr;ssrd himself in ! favor of lYee Selection before Survey, which ho j states he will frtronfrly advocate to its fullest ex-1 extent if elected. Also Edneati n, State! Aid, in oil country districts, but not in the metro-' polis. Local Improvements. Opening up au«l ie jmiritlfr of roads, and many other matter.", all of which if carried out, will prove of great benefit 'to our district, and tend inuch to its advance-' luent. The Court House was crammed, and, wc i are happy to say that Mr. l'gan was vtry vvi!! I received, aud attentively listened to withuweh fa- ! ti'.faction throughout the whole of the evening. After hearing Mr. lean's liberal principle* v,....

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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

Little is vet known ns to the opjiositVm Minis ters uro likely to experience when they go 1» fort: their constituencies fir re-election. It is rumoured that nil association 1 jfi.s burn foiim <1, of which Mr. Pyke is chairman, for the purpose of organising an anti-Ministerial ]tarty, and carry ing the warjwitb vigour into tbe camps of tin1 enemy ; but of tlic labors of Hie association we have an yet no evidence. Mr. X. Low, who loim«>r!y contested Maryborough wiili the Attor ney-Gcneral, ami was within 17 or IK of heading the jioll, has started for Maryborough to renew the contest. The names of Sir, Fellows and Mr. liinmy have been Kpokcn of as probable oppo- , ih.-nts to Mr. J, S. Jo!w*ton, at St, Kihl.i, imt tin? fir t has declined, and Mr. Caple, bookseller of Collins-street, has resolved to throw himself ink i j the breach if 110 other candidates come forward. Mr. WiPerforee •Stephen was also spoken of, but lie has definitely dcc mod to contact the election. At Bal...

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MEETING OF THE FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF D. EGAN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

MEETING OF THE FRIENDS ANIJ SUP PORTERS OF I). EGAX, ESQ. The adjourned meeting of persons favorable to the return of D. Kgnn, lisq., was held on Satur day evening last at the .Shamrock Hotel. The room was tolerably •well filled, and a good sprink ling of electors were present, besides many of the inoet respectable and influential inhabitants of the township, who all appeared anxious to testify their appreciation of the gentlemanly and upright manner with which Dr. Kgan had conducted him self as their representative in the late Parlia ment. The clmir was occupied by J)r. King, J.P., of Bego, who hoped that the speakers would be as brief as possible iu their remarks. He had been I called to the chair quite unexpectedly, as he had j but just nrrived in town, and, therefore, knew nothing about the meeting. Mr. Everett was requested to act as Secretary* Mr. Solomon rose to propose the first resolu- j tion, and it was with a greet deal of pleasure he > did to. This was the oth or 7th ...

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Mining Intelligence. (From the Alpine Pioneer, Nov. 27.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

ptfUtflfttrc. (From the Alpine Pioneer, Nov. 27.) The escort left tlic camp on Saturday will) 1358 ozs. 15 dwts. 12 grs.t which amount is jiw. fectly astonishing when we take into considerat ion the number of miners who have left, mid thai during the week, but two and-a-half days were all in which any work coulk be done. ' j With reference to Crack-nn back, we are in fiossession of the folbwing facts r)n Monday ast application was wade to Mr. Cleotc for ail extended claim by Thomas Crico, one of the original prospectors of Kiundra, and with whom Pollock disputed the reward for the discovery of Rold on the Snowy 1 liver. Grlcc's intention at first was to prospect the Snowy lliver below the junction of the Crack-em-back, but in makiu" his way there, ho tried the Tiireadbo Creek, « tributary of the Craek-em-baek and, from it, ob tained prospects from 1 dwt. to 1 dwt. to tlie tin dish, which induced him at once to make application for an extended claim which lie suc ceeded in obtaining....

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MR. YOUNG'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

MR. YOUSG'S MriKTI.VG. A meeting of the friends and i-^pportcri; of the i above-named candidate for Legislative h<«ws j was hold at the Edinburgh Hot;.'! on Friday evening la ft, f<ir the purpose of hearing Mr. ) Young explain his views relative to the topics that agitate the public mind at (he present cri>is. j About 50 persons attended, together with a large number who wore collected outside the doors anil unable to get iu. I Mr. J. Deneiliey on being called to the chair, paid they had met together that evening to pro pose a candidate to represent the people of Eden in the House of Assembly, and he would he happy hear those jjciitli'incn who wished to uddre.-s the meeting; or who had a resolution to prop use. 1 Ir. J. do C. Young rose to propose the lirst re solution— I " That it is the opinion of this meeting that an | opposition candidate to 1). Egan, Esq., is desira- i hie iu tliis distric t." He wished to inform those assembled that Mr. Egan had treate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

A. FALKNER Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. Begs to inform the Inhabitants of Maneroo, Kiaxdra, Bega, 1'anbula, Sydney, and the Burrounding Colonies, that he has just completed and opened the above extensive Establish ment on a 6cale, 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 Psivate J'arloers, for Families. N.B.—VTINES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CHAEGES EXTREMELY MODERATE CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALES of CROWN LANDS will be held at the undermentioned place on the day stated. W00LL0NG0NG, (At the Police Office) On SATURDAY, 1st December, COUNTRY LOTS. County of Camden. 12 lots (32 acres 2 roods 17 perches to 53 acres) on Brandy and Water and Kcmble Creeks ad joining and near to OwenV, Waldron's, Clever don's, and Shore's portions, parish ■unnamed, por tions 9-1 to 9-...

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