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Sydney. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday Dec, 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

Sydney. (i'hom or it cohukspoxdent.) Saturday doc, ut. This eiiy is agitated at this moment, by elee tiomtiin^ matters, municipal and Legislative, a:ul Boat races of all kinds and degrees. Busi ness lias liren and is so bad that Merchants, scueu, Citi/.eua and Licqueys are determined to drown dull care, nuA enjoy themselves to their hearts content. Tims you wilt sec the Sydney papers redolent with the patriotic sentiments of all shades of politicians who are obliged to ajipeal once more to the electors, aud who if apain returned will pledge their best services in the cause <>f their common country, apropns to this, your former representative Mr. Daniel Egan, hut better known as plain Dan Kgan, goes down h.v the Wonga Wonga to day to court the sweet voices of the Edenifes, ])an ftgan is tiie boy for blarney, and as the Irish lads like blarney, they must like Dan. At all events, Dan has proved himself an wctive and persevering friend of your district, nn<l jou...

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

To the Electors of Monaro. / l1IN I —O'-.-i.'i-v j11tr that iki other Im-.il \C candidate <jf Liberal Views on I In; J.iii ,1 Q'je.sti' !i I.a- yi t nUm-J himself f >r Hip honor of itprouiiliiiji von, nciilicii!^ urged thereto liv a jii-t and satiVfaitoiv i-etlli-meiit. of tin- I.'uiil (1 notion, t be;j to jiiacu liiVMif bcfo'A: vuu as a ; candidate. | Hnviisjr waited In the la-t moment, 4will not permit mo !o make a full Ktatoni.-!:t of vn jmlitieal views. I will do sunt an early day tijrimurh the columns of thcprcs-s and jiLT.vJiiuL'y llnon-ii out your dMriot. I will now slak\ however, that I sin n firm i supporter of the SYSTEM 01' FiiEE SELEC TION UEl'OKE SUKYEY. L'nti! 1 shaJI hare the pleasure of perswi.tllv meeting you and reminding you of the vjst ini. portancc of the question you have to consider and decidc. I remain Your oljedirnt sen-ant, THOS. GARKE1T. Kiandra, Nov. 2j, lhGU. UNRESERVED SALE. TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES, &c. &c. EDWARD T. GILBERT...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.E., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

flipping ^ntrUiijcnrc. 1'OJtr or e1)ENT, twofold HAY, Wind S.e., weather fin". Arrivals. December 1—Itanpatira htuuncr H. Moodic from Mclbounii. 2 pase,eti{ier. Ih.wmber '2—WonRP. Wonpa, steamer, Walker, from Sydney pnssiuyi'rs cat.in 3 Steerage December 2—Tvllrn si'lioooner Capt. Nicholson from Sydney. , DxrAiiTnus. December 1—Itniip-.tira, stealer 1'. Moodie, for .Sydney jmsseHpoi's -3. December 2—AVoir.ru Wonga. steamer, Walker, for Jlelliuiiiiie jias-cnyi-i^ H. IXirORTS. Kllen, from Sydney,—leases, 20 bags rice, 20 b.it;s Salt, 3 qr casks port vino. 70 bans flouv, •! cases sardines, 2 do salad oil. 1 do ea l<>r oil. d do pipes, 4 do brandy, 1 bag twir'c, 4 do* bro ms, 2 trunks, 3 cases. 1 bale drapery, 40 bags rice, 30 bags flour, 3 drums oil, 7 bundies buckets, 1 cask, 40 rolls, 1 l;r|» i-liot. lu casks bottled beer, - or.si s drapery, 1 trunk, 1 case stationery, i trunk boot*, 1 package whips, (5 oa^s Mustard, 1 saddle. 1 jiarccl, 2 boxes. 1 cane bats, 2hbds. bra...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

akkivai. am) dr.i-au'i rin; or maii.s. The Pnst.il nnaimomcnts at the lldcn Pos i Office are as follow :— ] The Mails Abkivk. j Fuom and Cooma, every Sunday '■> iMn. Tm: Vin< Cicfr. Fon Sydnfv.—Via Xr-!K<r<>ii. He-aa, Panliutaand Mcrimhuin, Kvcvv FrM.iy and Moiidnv, 9 p.m. Von Hombu.a. C'ooija, t+c., eirrv Tuesdar, :i p.ru ; : ~ i

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

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far the nearest Port to the Kiamlra Diggings, the Directors of the I.S.N". C>. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship " H U N T E R," lJctwcen Meritnbula and Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FK10AY ut 10 a.m,, and Mcriiubula every SLXDAY, at 0 a.m. FARES: 30s. only. N.B.—Tiavellers tony r. iy upon tiie tiiivari tujr regularity of tlie Suam-r, as well ut, up.m her gre.it spead in any weather. d :<1 FIRST .SHIP for the FERRUAKV SALES .►RKRDEE.V I.IXE of CLIPPERS. For LONDON", Olivet, To f-ail positively 3>c*et-ml»r-i- 4, The new Abcnlt-cn Clipper-built. Sliiji, MORAVIAN", A 1 10 ye irs, 9<iS ton* pur register, WILLIAM EDWARD, C'oaiir.ainlcr, This noble vessel was built expressly fur the Australian trade, by WalU-r Hund mid Company, and (onus one of the justly-celebratcd line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. CJcnr^e Thompson, junior, ...

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 4th DECEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 4 December 1860

Iftc Stlegupk. | TUESDAY, -Ith DECEMBER, 1SG0. When argument is grounded on false pre- ! mist s, in the words of the Obscrrcr, it ends j in " sheer illogical amnions," and into this pit the (tbserrvr itself fa!!.-- when professing to jjive reasons for placing its " vote on record ngainst free selection." Hoar tlie Ob*:rrer ! insinuate that by the people making a law to ! enable them to select suitable spots of their ' ow%land "before survey," they "seek to be avenged" on tlie souutters by taking away their laud. A few lines back iu the same article, and before the Ohtcrevr coiues to argument, whilst indulging in a little popular declamation it may be to guild the pill of their " assertions," we find the admission that41 the public domain is the property of the people held on suffer ance by the Government." Therefore, ac- j cording to the Observer's own shewing the land is the people's, and not the settlers. Surely the people canuot be accused of Booking " to be avenged" by taking th...

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

TO COJil'IiSPOXDEXTS. Magog.—Your communication is somewhat j lengthy, but we wiii endeavour to nu'olith j it in oar next. Mkrimbi'la Imports.—Inconsequence of the ! Midden illness 01 one and absence of j another of our staff, we are compelled to I omit the publication of the Mcriiubulu 1 I mports till our next issue. j

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

Jfoijrjrfag futdHgrocc. POltT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather fine. Arbivals. December 6—City of Sydney, steamer R. Moodie from Sydney, passengers 3 December 6—Yarra schooner Oapt. Matheson, from Launcestou wind-bound. Departures. DacemUcr 5—Ellen schoooner Capt. Nicholson, lor Sydney. December 5—City of Sydney steamer It Moodie, for Melbourne jwssengprs 15.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney aMerimbuIa Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with M E EI MBULA, 1'i'iner l'V far n.-wI'ni-t in '!:• Kin . ; j-s l)iiVv-i. irs «f t'.ic l.s.'X. (•.. .• <1 mi the PE rlMAISENT E37A3LISHI£EITT of tlio .SirU:ii>iiij> " II i'XTK It" IVtviwi "Meninlm'il »li-l Sy<i:kY, Ic.niii : S i iii'vivn.v I'KiDAY lit ID a.m., ;i:il M< : ,i a cry SUNDAY, :>.t 0 si.ui. FAS'^S: SOs. 011I57. X,"!.—Tl:!Virl j'V-i 111 IV r lv up.-u (i.e i.tivsm i1;.; :c.ju!.h il v 1 .f :i;i- Si. ,un j% .is «cL :.r. <:>» h- r riv it spMil in iitiv v.v <ilr r. ii • 1 ' > 171nsf si!!!* r.* i:i • Fi-:r.jn\\;:y pai,'> ..IlKUUKKX LL\K..f 3'i-r l,<1 ON. I> r To ;:.-.-i'ivv'y J), .'i Till' Ah- j-.}«-oii M'.iUAVIA.Y, ] j£J ,v.' •> l.-u - }.. ;• !••• ;;-t V.'!!.!.! AM KliWAKD. O. ;i. T!ii, v,-. l.'tilt <■< -., - Austl.il'iui In..I.:. !'V W ■■iiii'l" II-. :: . ■'?■! ''uru - r.n<i !i>;u;^...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 7TH DECEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

FRIDAY, 7tii DECEMBER, 1SG0. We feel most sincere pleasure in congratula ting the district of Etk-n up.in the triumphant return by the universal voice of the constituency of its old member Daniel Euan, Esq. The elucidation of his principles prostrated opposition because tliey were found to bo popu lar and liberal. His opinions have been siftodby the people and approved. The people have deputed Inm to the Legislature to carry those princi ples into the laws of the land. We are glad to see Mr. Egak is penetrated with a sense of the freight and importance of the trust. We believe j he will faithfully discharge the high and oner- j ous duties devolving upon hira in virtue of that ♦■levated position to which he has again been raised by the wishes, the reason, and the voice of the people. Mr. Egan has been tested, his ideas and principles canvassed in the popular assembly, and the result proves him such a man as re-fleets back the honor of his return on the constituen cy tha* elects him.<...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. The Postal arrangements ut the Eden Post ' Office are as follow :— ' Thb Mails Abhite, Fro)/ boubm.i axd c'ooma, ever}' Sunday 3 . 1'itE Af/ms Close, Foil Sidney.—Via Nellieen, Bega, Putiliula, and Merimbuls, Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. Fou BomUala, Cooma, &amp;c, every Tuesday, 3 p. in

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NOMINATION OF D. EGAN, ESQ., [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

NOMINATION OF D. EG AN, ESQ, On the 5th inst at the Court House Eden, the former representative of the district, Daniel Egan, Esij, was nominated and elected to represent us again in Parliament. G. Barclay, Esq., returning officcr in the cheir. The writ having teen read, S. Solomons Esq., rose and said he had much pleasure in again proposing Mr. Egan, for the fifth time as a fit and proper person to represent the electorate. This was seconded by Mr. Davidson. It was put to the meeting and carried with a show of hand*. Mr. Barclay declared Daniel Egan Esq, duly elected, which announcement was received with much demon ttrationa of applause. Mr. Egan then in a very lucid and eloquent manner addressed the electors, and replied to many questions, We regret from press of matter being obliged to hold over the full report till our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

iXA-yiv. r~, ■■ , '-^rr—rz-nz—.■ - - ■■• - ■— ■— ■ ■ — mCBAlKaS i IMLAY STREET, EDE2T. ! Ffalmer ! Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of ! the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. ! Bugs to inform (be In' »•.it-mls of Maxehoo, RtMin.i, Kviixrv. nml (!u>, SiUiTimudiii}; Colonics Unit Sit? ha; just completed mid opined the aliove cxt.i nsi\v £>t;it>lisii- ! (ijrjif 011 a sfti'r, in rc^mls Ac ouinioilaiion, uiu'ivaih'il by any house1 in thu di^aici, an j which inuf-t givo i.» the in .- t la-t.iiioii'?, | A. K \vi.siie.&amp;lt; to int' :•!■! Nov.- Arrivals that. )k> lias weveial mites of Ij^diuhims, together with I'h'ivate Pjlki.oi'Ri', f'ir ! x.!;.—of the ykky best quality. CIIAEG-SS EXTEE&amp;ELY MODERATE i-O 'i'h,1 Tiei-urv. Nmr South Wales, liiii .V:vo!nlii'r, 1MJ0. C02i¥2YA!-?CE OF MAILS. ClON YKYA'.TK 1'/'h; remind f.u* the I'ost ' Oiiioj fi'.i!.". :iud to i!i_- followiii^places }' ■iiiv vi".'" fr t:i Slu- !i:>: &amp;lt;>!.!.> mry ucit, p.r ...

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THE RECEPTION OF D. EGAN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

t THE RECEPTION OF D. EGAN, ESQ. Mr. Egan met his constituents at the Court House, in Eden last Monday Evening, Mr. Silk was voted to the chair and called on Mr. Egan to state his views. Mr. Egan then came forward, and was received ' with great cheering and applause, he said that be felt v$ry much pleasure in once more meeting the electors of'this district after so long a ptuse. The people had not remained dormant during the iuterim but were even more awake to their inter ests. He had been given to understand that a meeting had be&amp;lt; n held here previous to his arrival on a political basis, and he was happy to nee it. Tho electors Bhould bear this in mind that who* ever was returned as their membar they would have placed in his hands one of tho most impor tant trusts that any man could fulfil, and they should seriously reflect iuto whose hands that trust should be reposed It remained with them to elect who they thought competent to fulfil the duties. .&amp;lt; Life, fre...

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MR. YOUNG'S SECOND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

MR. YOUNG'S SECOND MEETING. A Second Meeting of ibis gentleman's was held at the Edinburgh Hotel on Wednesday evening last. Mr. Johnson was called to the chair, and in formed those j resent that they had met together that eveuiug to hear Mr. Young state his opinions or answer any question that might be put to him He believed it was that gentleman's intention to content the election, and he would now call on lutn to address the meeting, and hoped he would be allowed a hearing. Mr. Young felt great pleasure in meeting the electors that evening. Mr. Egnn had stated that it would be of no use sending a man to Parlia ment who had no influence in Sydney. This was no argument. He could tell that gentleman that as long as he acted fairly and upright to his constituents they would require no more from him. He (Mr. Egan) had said what could he do fur the district more than what he had done. Why, had it not returned to its original state. When any works were in progress they should have an eng...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, December 4th, 1860. (Before Messrs. Keon, Lloyd, King, and Barclay.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

I'otiff 3futrUidtttft. EDEN, Tuesday, December 4th, 1860. (Before Messrs. Kcoii, Lloyd, King, and Barclav.) McCormack V. Falkxe'u—Mr. Manby appeari d for plaintiff, and stated that his client desired to be nonsuited. Allow ed. Schui.tz v. Brown—Claim for £9 13s. id. goodB sold. Judgment for £5 18s. Id. to be paid in six weeks from 4th. December. Dclwobth v. Smith—No appearance. Roberts v. Black.—Claim for £1 No appear ance. Luff v. Lewis.—The defendant was charged with having made use of obscene language to constable Luff in execution of his duty. Dis missed, the Bench requesting Mr. Lewis to exercise more caution for the future. Luff v. Falknfr.—1 he defendant was char ged with having his house open after 10 o'clock at night contrary to law. Fined five shillings being first offence. McBurkey v, Lewi's.—This was a change against defendant for not having hid lamp burn ing in front of his licensed house. Fined 5s. Two other case*, one against Joseph Silk being adjourned till next Cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 7 December 1860

THE AUCKLAND PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION A RE prepared to assist parties in their searches JO. for Gold in this District, and will pay £100 Reward to the Discoverer of a Payable Gold Field, within SO miles of Eden. Apply to Arundel Everett, Hon. Secretary Auoklaud Prospecting Association, Court House, Eden. TO DANIEL MAN, ESQ. Sill,—We tlio undersigned, ELECTORS of l'ANBULAand its adjoining Vicinity, hav ing taken particular notice of your Jatc parlia mentary career, it in with pleasure wo saw you record yoiir vote on the Gurcmincnt tide of the Land Ilill. IVq earnestly request that you will allow yourself (o be nominated for this ELEC TORATE, and we pledge ourselves to sccurc your return to the utmost of our power. John Frawlcy, soar., John Bale, William Shea, C. Mitchell, Thomas Smith, Phillip Hale, John Wright, James Farrel, Will in m Fitzpatrick, Joseph Underwood, Jeremiah Phillips, Patrick Cameron, JamcB Collins, James Egan, | John Egan, Miclieal Cusac, John Friwley, jun., Michael ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

HORSES FOR SALE. MR. GILBERT is instructed to offer for Sale by Auction, an Tuesday the 18th. Inst, ! (Opposite the Court House, Eden,) ' A fine CHESNUT MARE and FOAL, ; A CHESNUT POXV 4 years old SAYILLE'S CIRCULAR QUAY HOTEL, SYDNEY. The House of call for Gentlemen from the I Twofold Bay and Maneroo Districts. $Utb0urnr ^dt'crtisfmrntsi. COLOXIAL-MAUE CLOTHING—The sub scribers, in order to give encouragement to t native industry, hare been engaged for some months past giving employment to good work men in making-up a larj;e STOCK of COATS, Vesta, Trousers, &amp;c., suitable for spring and summer wear, which will be found much superior in quality and workmanship to the English slop good that are imported and sold in this market while the prices are equally as moderate. In spection invited. G. and J. ESPIE, clothiers and outfitters, 41 and 43 Bourke-strcet east. jy 19 Kitchen-range and stove wake HOUSE.—The Undersigned have on hand the largest ASSORTMENT of English COOK ING-RANG...

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A LIVE GOOSE FOR A DEAD ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

I A LIVE GOOSE FOR A DEAD ONE. Two publicans got on the loose, In lower end of town, And had a row about a goose, Valued at just a crown. The Albion was the real sinner, Jtesolvod upon a riff— He started shortly after dinner, To slaughter a young pig. Hut piggy jump'd from out bin way, llis breast with foar being fill'd, And Albion as the people say. Commercial's goose lie kill'd. Comincrcinl homeward soon returned, And challenged AIIhou'h right, With vengeance dire his bosom burned, He said he'd Albion fight. But Albion cried, '' It's all serene, My live goose you shall take, I would not be so jolly mean, Your anxious heart to break. And I for goose's blood that's shed, In proof of heartfelt sorrow, Will take the bird that now is dead, And have him cooked to-morrow. Mysteriocs Mort uty amongst Catti.f..— It wbh reported in MaitJand on Saturday, that a fatal disease had broken out amongst the cattlc of ! a settler named Crottier, at I/>uth Park, and some ; suspicions of the exist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

K€ELA»KHB&amp;lt; imwmrn, IMLAY STEEET, EDEX. ; A. PALKNEB : Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BUGS to inform the Inhabitants of Maxkwo, Kiammm, I)i:&amp;lt;;a, I'axhci.a, Svi>xnv, nm! tlie , surrounding Colonies, (hat lie ha* just completed anil I'i'tmil the above extensive Establish- ' meat on a scale, a« repanls Accommodation, ujiiivailed )>y imv ln>utc in tJjuiiisUicI, ami which tnust give satisfaction lo tlio most fast'.dious. ; A. R wishes to inform Now Arrivals Unit lie has several Miltes of Eurr.ooMs, together with Private I'auLovks, for Families. j K.1J.—WJXKS OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. ! CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE ! The Treasury, New South "VV;ilca, 14th November, 1SGO. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. CONVEYANCE beii»£ required fur the I'ost Office Mails from and &amp;lt;o the iliilowinji places for one year from the first of January next, per sons disposed to Contract for -the mine aw in vited to transmit their ...

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