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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

TOUT OF 12J)ES, TWOFOLD BAY V,'anther, fine ; winds, light aud changeable. AnuiVAts. Aujtust 1,—Yarn, firh, 141 tons, Finlayson, from Launceston, 2'itli ult, i'up uongoro, saloon, Mr. Thomhurn, nml 39 iu the steerage.—'T. A. Williaxs, ogent. 2.—Tasmania, str., 400 ton.s John Clinch, from HoliartTown and Mellxraruc. Passengers, 62 iu the tstocrage.— G. Harclay, agent. 2.—Courier, ketch, 40 tons, Sullivan, from Syduey, with carjro for 1 his llOll, l\—Jilien, w!i.. RO Ifflis, Niclwlsoii, from Sydney, I villi July, J'a-wnpi're, Mr. .IiU-oli.<, Miw M^'arcy, Mrs. Shaw, Afrs. I. Slmw, uud Di.i'AinrnK. August 2.—'TuMiiania, fctr., Julm Clinch, for Sydney. lMrnms. Ynrra.— SO li?fs 2<l !)»(:•< hi,in, Williams ; "i (lour, 130 liags imtiitoes, 2 Inks Imttor, 17 il'iirs, SO Knglfch w<x>'ion buckets, a ii<;aiitity of lulling, FinUyKoi). Tasmania—13 packages t'mliov, 50 i-attens, ?K I nurds. 2!) pieces i]iiarli"riny, 10 pine lioards, 1 lihd...

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

STEAM TO HOBART TOWN. THE TASMANIA STEAMER WILL Sail from this Port for the above place, on THURSDAY, the 9th inst., at 8 p.m. For freight or passage, apply to our 7 G. BARCLAY. STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Stcampackets do not call at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiamlru Diggings, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. X.]'.—A steampacket starts from Merimltula direct fur Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesdny. oc 2 MERIMBULA STEAMER. AFTER the 1st of September next, there will be a ivgular SALE BY AUCTION OF SERVICEABLE HORSES, Saddles, Pack Saddles, &c., Immediately ofici' the arrival of cach Steamer. alt f o ADDITIONS TO WATCHHOUSE, EDEN. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 13th July, 1860. TENDERS w'll l>e received at this Office, until Noon of TUESDAY, the 7th August, for ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE. (PORT PHILLIT HEADS.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 August 1860

MELBOURNE. (Poet pmfcur Heask.) 3* Arrivals. ' . * * •.» i 5 July 27.—ArieJ, soJt, irom ficjson, ss.a. July 28.—William Miafcin, etr., from Warrnam boo) ; worn Portland ; Prinqe, Albert; /romPortAlberi; Lyra, brig, from New-j castle j Storm Bird, str,, frnm Port Albert; Maty iBrial, iiriftr, JPtvSmdk; Wadmrn, j U;^.6ijp,8^tdBS,fron>New\rorit,«inety^eveu I ' J'~ 'v*-^7-twdaMBsangar8. July*!).—Xlannatiia, ' >wn. Jyly 30.—Elizabeth, ; Deva, Bfeli. from Adelaide ; D.irothy Jobson, boo., 250 tons, from Manilla, scmity-niue days: Melbourne, soh., from Warr nambool. Dkpartuiies. July 27.—Pirate, str., lor Otago; Mariposa, ech., for Hobart Town ; Pilot, Sch, for Adelaide ; Miami, bqe., for Sidney ; Swallow, neb, for Port Frederick; Flynig Cloud, Bch, for Port Frederick ; Fortune, brig, for Sydney ; Freak, for Twofold Bay; Btadt Oouda, bqe., for New castle ; Victory, ech., for Hobart Town; Douglass, soli., for Newcastle; James Wilson, bqe., for Newcastle; Janet, bri& for Newcas...

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

MERIMBULA. AihhvaI July 21Kinmn, KfTt, from Sydney. 1'a-seugons 45 in the steerage. Imports. Kiivmi.—3 «i-< f, 2 trusses, 3 ca-cs, 2 ease, 3 ball* lines, 2 drums, 1 Kilo, 3 case-, 3 boxes «it<, 2 cute*, 1 bale. 1 truss, 5 box in 1 toots, 25 <lo. candles, 4 eases, 1 iron ke«r, 8 kegs mii'ls, 2 cusp*, l>ox tacks, 2 cases pickles, 2 <lo. picks, 1 do. axes, 1 ilo. tomahawks, 1 do. shovels, 1 weighing machine, C bundles sheet iron, 3 grind stones, 8 dr.z. buckets, (5 iic^ts of tubs, 1 half nercc, 2 cukc-.s, 2 bosas tobacco, 1 case cigars, 1 box pijK s, 1 case, 1 do, 1 trunk, 153 mats sugar, 2 jiackage betMing, 120 bags flour, 2 eases, 1 funnel, 3 caso.s, 1 bos glass, 1 bundle frying pans, 1 do. wire, 4 kog<! lead, 1 matted bundle, 1 wheel ntid handle, 1 coil rope, 1 bundle handles, 2 mat ted Imiid'.eK' 4 bundles iron \*>ts, 2 do. camp ovens, 0 covers, 1 buudle tarpwlins, I case gal. vaniscd iron, 02 sheets do., 1 bundle zinc, 1...

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

Local Intelligence. MARKET RESERVE. — The Police Magistrate has allowed this reserve to be occupied on suffer-     ance on the following conditions :— That each occupier supply to the public some article of market produee, such as vegetables, poultry,   butchers' meat, &c. No person will be allowed     to keep restaurants, or boarding-houses, or to   occupy the land without offering for sale some of   the necessaries of life. Each person is to have 20 feet frontage to Imlay-street, by a depth of   30 feet, and to remove immediately on the receipt   of notice from the proper authorities.   KIANDRA DIGGINGS. — Our townsman, Mr. Matthews, has just returned from Merimbula,   and states that the late mate of the City of Syd- ney steamer on the 24th ult., returned to Merim-   bula on his way to Sydney, from the Kiandra &amp...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

* Eden, Twofold Bay, July 31sf, 1800. P. J. MURRAY, ESQ., P.M., Sib,— 11/E, the Undersign od, Inhabitants of tho Town it ship of Eden, request that you will be good enough to CONVENE a PUBLIC MEETING at an early date, to consider what steps shall be < ■ ken with regard to the establishment of PUB LIC WORSHIP and tho ERECTION ©f a CHURCH in this Township:— Joshua Blow, Edw. S. Gilbert, Arundel Everett, J. M. Dairy niple, William Stephens) William Thomson, James Spensley, John Young, Kdw. K. Ijvyton, Tlios. A. Williams, J. R. Edwnrdn, Jerh. Penchy, John Hornhy, Job Lloyd, II. Macrae, T. l'illing. Police Office, Eden, 4 th August, 1800. Gentlemen,— In compliance with the above Requisition, I hereby CONVENE a PUBLIC MEETING of the INHABITANTS of E1)EN for the purpose there in mentioned, to take placc in this OFFICE, on SATURDAY Evening, the 11th instant, nt Seven o'clock. Your ol>edient servant, P. J. MURRAY, P.M. To Messre. Blow, Gilbert, Edwards, ami other gentlemen sign...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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[?]olice Intelligence. EDEN, FRIDAY, 3rd August, 1860. (Before his Worship P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

goUrc gntrUigraff. EDEN, Friday, 3rd August, I860. 'fore his Worship P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M.) John Paget, for being drunk, disorderly, and nsiug improper language. Fined £l or '24 hours in the lock-up. Defendant accepted the alter native. Moxdat, 6th August, 1860. (Before his Worship, <i. Barclay, Esq., J.P.) Strangways, Archer, ond Craige, were cliargcd with being drunk aiul disorderly, and were severally adjourned to this day at 10 o'clock. PaNBL'LA, 2nd August, 1860. (Ucforc their Worships P. J- Murray, Esq., P.M., nnd John Lloyd, D. S. Kirkwood, aud H. Ilill, Esqrs., J.P's.) Covington v. Smith.—Summons to reenver £10 for damage done tu a inare w hilst under hire, lu consequence of plain'iff having received £1 for the use of the mare, hi ing unaMe to prove she had been ridden, and not mentioning that any damage had been done for a fortnight afterwards, the Bench dismissed the ca-e, Greely (agent for Fi-ccman'x Journal) v.Sitka. —Summons to recover £1 7s. Cd. for subsc...

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HOBART TOWN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

IIOBART TOWN MARKETS. The Mercury of the 26th, has the following:— Hie wheat market is stilt very inactive, and 8s. Cd. remains the market price. In oats and barley nothing is doing. The market for potatoes is still very depressed. Hay goes off but slowly at from £G to £1 per ton, according to quality, for loose and country pressed. The flour market is quiet, and samples from the best Colonial wheat are (still soiling at from £21 to £22 per ton. liran, Is. Cd. to Is. 9d. per bushel.

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

tfontjsiiondcnrf. To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Mamroo Telegraph. biR,—In reference to a statement in your paper of the 17th Git., concerning the man that was found in the bush about three "miles from Eden, I beg to contradict the report that Mr. Walker, Constables Luff, Ogle, and Mullen, were the only persons to whom credit was due, for if it had not been for Old Harry, his dog Jack, and William Holmes, they never would have found hira. We found him and then cooied for Mr. Walker, who then came up, and we delivered up the man to him. We considered ourselves lucky men, as Air. Walker told us there five pounds ward for him, which wo expect. lif you will in sert these few tines in your columns, you will oblige your humble servant, HENRY DUNCAN. Honeysuckle, July SGtb, 1860.

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BRISBANE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

BRISBANE. Arrival. July 20.—Unclc Tom, from Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

NOTICE. ALL Persons INDEBTED to the late Mr. JOHN HIBBURD, of BISGA, deceased, arc hereby requested to pay the said Accounts forthwith. And all DEBTS due by the late Mr. John Hibhurd must be sent in, and if found cor rect will be liquidated by the Undersigned, CHARLES SPEARS, ANDREW RIXON, Executors under the Will of the late John Hibburd. Hockey Hall, 6th August, 1860. alt t qu 21 TOPIIBLICAHS m OTHERS, Mil. WILLIAM 1'KESCOTT will SELL l>y I'LiiiLIC AUCTION, at the Jetty, Kdvn, on Thursday next, 9th September, at Twelve noon, 7 hhds. Hurt on Ale, * Just Iiuided, in prime condition. Terms at Sale. nu 7 Mr. E. W. LAYTON, AUCTIOXKF.H, LAND & COMMISSION A G E N T, IMLAY STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SALES by AUCTION effected at^anbula and Bega when required. Secure PADDOCKS have been engaged nt convenient distnnces for tlic reception of Horse Stock or Cattle intended for Auction or Private Sale, together with a STOCKYARD in the Townnhij). au 31 *fRUIT TREES. PERSONS requiring F...

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MELBOURNE. (PORT PHILLIP HEADS.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

MELBOURNE. (Port Philup Heads.) Asmvjaa. July 3!.—Der Nora, ship, 531 tons, 94 days from London ; Bonaventure, 1124 tons, from Lou don ; Royal Shepherd, str,, from Launceston. Departures. July 31.—William Kirk, ship, for Guam •, Tas mania, str, for Sydney; Lady Bird, sir., for Portland, Cleabed Oct. August 1.—Almede, for Three Hut Point, in ballast; Brilliant, for Sydney; Chrrsolite, for Guam, in ballast; Eucalyptus, fur Hof>art Town ; Maty Pleasants, for Callao, in ballast; Picard, for Hobart Town ; Rialto, for Newcastle; Squaw, for Newcastle; .Winifred Scott, for Callao, in ballast; Youug America, for Callao, iu ballast. Projected Departures. For London.—Swiftsure, August 9 ; Susses, August 23; Water Nympli, August 20; Anglesey, September 8. For Hong Kong.—Eagle, early. For Mauritius.—Dollart, August 9.

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

H&tatog ffittcUigenr^. The following is from the correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald:— KIANDRA. JULY 20th.—Snow has now lain on the ground at an average of six inches since Sunday lant. The temperature has been ver^ low, some nights down to eight degrees. This morning a rold cutting wind from the south-w. bt, rushing over Tabh Top Mount and uowu the gullies, goes into one's voiy marrow. At the Nine-mile, wc hear that the snow is two feet deep. No chance of a thaw for a week or two. Quartz Reef.—Some excitement has been caused by the supposed discovery of a very rich reef within a mile of the township. Wo have examined the sample, and certainly never saw so rich or fine a specimen. £4000 to the ton it is estimated to produce ; but, of course, in the ab sence of all crushing apparatus or tests, this is mere supposition. One thing is certain, that the fortunate finder has jliit upon a very rich deposit, but whi ther there is a reef at all, and if so, of what extent, has ...

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

MERIMBULA. Arrival. August 4.—Mimosa, str., Mnylor, fpoin Sydney, l'assciigcrs, 30. lUPORTS. Mimosa.—1 parcel, Bennett: 1 case, 1 fender, M'Causlaud ; {-tierce tobacco, 3 bars and 1 bundle iron, 2 axle-trees, 1 package steel, 1 pared, 1 case suadritR, I pared, Manning; 2 bales paper, D. S. Kirkwood ; 1 mat, 4 casks biscuit, 1 bale tents, 1 bale, 0 bars iron, 2 pair boxes, 2 pair blocks, 50 pieces inch boards, 305 feet, 1 rase, 49 boariis, 10 bags flour, Page; 6 cases brandy, 6 do. gin, 2 do. Moselle, Baulgeiy; jr-chest tea; 1 hag rice, C. J. Black, 1 bag flour, J. berry; 1 canvass parcel, 2 bags oats, M"Nevin ; 1 bag wheat,6do. barley, 2 do.oats, i cask seed, !L Wren; } ton flour, 11 mats sugar, 1 case, Beck; 1 bag seed, J. Needhani j 3 bedsteads, chest drawers, sofa, table, wBshstand, and beddW, 2 trusses, 1 box, Kiss; ! 1>ox, 2 bales paper, H. Windeyer ; 1 bag wheat, 3 do. oats, Homan; 5 bags oats, 1 hha rum, £ cask brandy, 8 cases, 1 cask sundries 1 paper pared, SL Fatrell; 5 ...

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Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

%'irtorian sterns. By the Wonga Wonga, which arrived on Fri day ni<;lit, we have Melbourne papers to 2nd inst. On Monday evening 30th ult, says tho Argus of the 31st, "A meeting was held in the Eastern Market by about 1,500 persons, who passed a reso (ion approving of the policy pursued by Ministers for settling the people on the public lands. After the resolution had been moved a Mr. Tope said, that if moral force failed to bring the Upper House to rearon, ulterior measures would have to be resorted to." The Soup Kitchen on Princes' Bridge is still open, a ticket costs sixpence, and entitles the holder to a 4lb. loaf of bread and a pint of strong meat or vegetable soup. Hie Ciistlemaine Circuit Court is being held,— there arc 70 criminal coses, and 8 civil records to disposed of. A committee has l>ecn formed for the purpose of raising a fund for the relief of the widows and children of the soldiers engaged in New Zealand. The bones alleged to be those of Mrs. Hunt are...

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BELFAST. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

BELFAST. Arrival. August 1.—Lady Bin!, str, from Melbourne. Departure. July 30.—Village Belle, ach., for Melbourne.

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Sydaney [?]tems. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

£ytfncy gtcm On Saturday tho 28th ult., a luncheon was given by ThomaB Richards, Esq., Government Printer, to several gentlemen in the various de partments of the office. The gentlemen invited were:—Mr. C. Potter superintendent; Mr. Fer guson, accountant; Mr. tadge, foreman of book binders-; Mr. T. Adam, overseer; Messrs. O. Chapman, nnd W. D'Ariclta, sub-ovrrseere j Mr. Marlyn, father of the chapel; Mr, E. J. Hawksley, reader; and Mr. A. Chapman, postage stamp printer. A number of toasts were given and speeches made, and before separating, it was agreed that a meeting should be callcd as early' as possible, to make arrangements lor a pic-nic upon a large scale, which should embrace the whole of the department. A meeting, convened by the Operative Assoei tion, was held in Hyde Park on the 30th ult., for the purpose of considering the Robertson's Land Hill. 1 he meeting was thinly attended, and the speakers complained of the apathy which the public exhibited towards this question, an...

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Shipping [?]lligence. PORT OP EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

stripping ftrtrtttflttw. PORT OP EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, 8.E., light: weather, raining. Arrivals. AuguBt 3.—Golden Spring, brig, 170 tons, J. B. Gerrard, from Melbourne, 29th ult. Passengers, 0 in the steerage. —T. C. Thomas, iigeut. „ Freak, sch., 79 tons, J. Downing, from Melbourne, 27th ult. Pas sengers,0 iu the Btecrage. J. Doran, „ ixindon, str., 406 tons, Moodie, from Sydney, 1st inst. Passengers, 8 troopers. „ Wonga Wonga, sir., 700 tons, from Melbourne, 2nd inst., Passengers, 37 in the steerage, and a large number not on .the list. „ 5.—City of Sydney, brig, 100 tons, Grifiitlis, from Newcastle, 31st ult., —J. Klow, agent. ])ErARTURE8. August 3.—Yarra, sell., 141 tons, Finlayson, for Sydney, with 5 passengers. „ 4.—Wonga Wonga, Btr., for Sydney. „ London, etr., for Melbourne. * Pas sengers, Mr. £. Henriques, and 62 in tnc steerage. ,, Conner, ketch, for the coast. „ 5.—Golden Spring, brig, 170 tons, for Sydney. Ellen, sch, 60 tons, Nicholson, for Sydney. Imports. Courier.—4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

STEAM TO HOBART TOWN. THE TASMANIA STEAMER WILL Sail from this Port for the above place, on THURSDAY, the 9th inst., at 8 p.m. For freight or passage, apply to aug 7 G. BARCLAY. STEAH BETWEEN Sydney A Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix AVharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter and more cosy than any other to the Kiandra Digging's, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A stcampackct starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 ADDITIONS TO WATCHHOUSE, EDEN. Department of Public Works, i Sydney, 13th July, 1800. ' TENDERS will he received at this Office, until ! Noou of TUESDAY, the 7th August, for the ERECTION of TWO ADDITIONAL CELLS, and FENCING, at the Watchliouse, j Eden. For full particulars, see Government Gazette, I n File of which is kept at every l'olicc Office in the Colony. ag 7 BENJAMIN LOEWY, ...

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Offioe, MONDAY Evening, August [?]th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Offioe, Monday Evening, August pth, 1860. Business has undergone little change since our lost issue. Some private sales of land for building and agricultural purposes have been effected at good prices, and several new stores are in course of erection. Flour still continues dull, offering at £21 per ton "for first quality Tast&Oninn. Hay\ oats, and bran—The market is well supplied. Dairy and garden produce are extremely scarce, and trny person turning his attention in that direction would be amply remunerated. There is a slight demand for building ma terials, but as large consignments arc daily ex pected, we anticipate all requirements will be satisfied. The following are retail prices:— Hay, 08. per cwt, dull. Brau, 2s. 6d. per bushel. Oats, 6s. to 7s. Potatoes, 10s to lis. per cwt lletif and Mutton, 4d. to (id. per lb. Ul ead, 1b. 6d. 4lb. loaf. IMiuont Candles, 2s. do. Cork Butter, 2s. do. Cheese, Is. do. Timber—Deal shelving 5d. per foot, 3x3 deals •...

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