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NEWCASTLE, ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
NEWCASTLE, Arrivals. j uiy ou.—\xMBicrs; l\ouon ana uuniucnajiu, from Sydnev. August 2.—Yarra Yarra, from Sydney, Departures. July 30.—Bella Viita, bqo, for Melbourne j Jane, Beh., for Gwlong; Pantaloon, bqe., for Java ; Amtusoiie, bqe, for Jafa ;, Princc Albert bqe, for Melbourne f Tamar, seh., for Hoban Town ; Coasters: Pacific, Alexander and John, Elizabeth, and Venture, for Sydney. July Si. —Scotia, sch, for South Sea JslandB; Lewis, bqo., for Auckland, N.Z. August 1.—Gem, sch., for Melbourne. August 2.—Heather Bell, brig, for Launcebton.
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
SYDNEY. Arbivau. July 28.—Fairs Yarra, «fcrn from Brisbane; Eagle, str^mm Rockhampton; Urara, str., from Clarence River. July 30.—Neptune, ship, from the Downs, 4U1 April ;IUawarra, str, from Hyde River and Ulladulla ; Calcdonienr, French war sch., 2 gnn.&lt;s from-^jew ■Caledonia; Rangatira, btr., from Melbourne. July 31.—William IV, str., from Ulladulla. August 1.—Mimosa, str, from Clyde River; Kiama, eta-, from Meriinbula; Louis and Miriam, brig, from Fort Cobper. August 2.—Carotin# Hort, Mrafrom Fiji Islai^s; Illa«ram, from MerimbuKf 1 I July 28.—BJi IPnutnry, for Mauritius; H.HJ3. Niger? forjKgir^aland; Native Lass, for Me! bournei iXuubaha, for Hong Kong •, Braadalbane, for Auckland; Bimoda, for Callao. July 89. —Dart for Port Cooper; Don Juan,for Brisbane; Eagle, to* 'New Caledonia. July 30.—Prairie, for Newcastle; Success, fcr Melbourne; Castillian, for Bombay. July 31/—Robert and Betey, for MelUjnme; Waaderer, for Melbourne; ^Prince fiUM^for Nfcwca*tlfi; Abbey, for ...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
A&BtVAL AND $)EPAETCEE OF MALLsT The ftwtal'ammgemdnte',«* the Eden PoBt Office are as foBow» i— ^ tsmUutAkwa, : From Sydney, $Mnom>w. . From MEUiODBiJ^ftiday night. ■ TsxMin'CiGtxB, Fop Sydney, via'Nclligen, this d»v, 7 a.m. via Bombala, 3 |>.m.; by the seaboard, Fri day, 9 pin. -■■■•■■ ■ ;r Fob Melbopene, this day, 9 pju.
HOBABT TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
HOBABT TOWN. Abbtvals. July 23.—Eclipse, from Port Albert; North Star, from Melbourne. July 24.—Urania, from Melbourne. Depastures. July 22.—Cantero, for Mauritius; July 25. —Harriet Nathan, for Melbourne. Blohdkbs ik the SairriNo Columns of the SrDKET PaPCBS.—The arrivals from Mi-rim bula arc repeatedly reported iu the Empire as follows:—" From Merimbula, Twofold Bay." By what geographical manipulation Merimbula has been removed to this port, we are at a loss to discover. In the Sydney Morning Herald of the 31st mi, extracts are made from the Tdegrapk, and the straty^ jttam 4$-" blunder ing" is performed ft Ijm 1iv8r ^iiwramr lot to witness. From our 'issue of 24th ult, ft few of the arrivals and departtarea onlr are reported ; and from oar number of the STtfl. the shipping, and shipping paragraph u'tranraAMT'uuder the head of Mertmbula. We' trust,'' that for the credit of the Sydney papers, and the benefit of the shipping interest, this miBrwortiitt.wUl te fritiiWL 27th 3wB|W&...
The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 7TH AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
&lt;Shr TUESDAY, 7tii AUGUST, 18C0. The arrival of the Wonga Wonga and London, steamers, at midnight on Friday last, has suggested several important considerations, and although some of them are of a nature beyond the control of the public or the press, it inay not be injudicious to throw out a few hints in reference thereto. The inconveuiencc and annoyancc to which we have been subjected during the last three or four months, in consequence of the un seasonable hours at which the Australian Steam Navigation Company's vessels arrive, has been a subject of continual dissatisfaction, i It is not for us, however, nor any other pei'son to interfere with the arrangements of a private company. "We arc aware tliat the Managers of the A.S.N. Company have a perfect right to fix the time of arrival and departure of their vessels how they think proper; but when it is taken into consideration that they are now deriving a large amount of support from Che traffic earned on between this and...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 August 1860
Local Intelligence. INTENDED PUBLIC MEETING. — It was intended to hold a meeting in the Court-house last night, in reference to opening of the old road between this town and Maneroo, and to appoint a Minister for this district. About eight o'clock a few per- sons made their appearance, and after indulging iu a prodigality of yawns, some spirited individual proposed that Mr. Graham take the chair. The chairman entered into a lengthy account of the advantages which he had been informed the To- womba road possessed, until Mr. Wright unfor- tunately made his appearance, and was requested to state what he knew about the matter. Mr. Wright tried to extricate himself by calling on Mr. Rixon, — that gentleman, however, declined, and Messrs. Walker and Solomons came to the &nbsp; rescue by proposing and seconding that the meet- &nbsp; ing adjourn sine die. The chairman endeavoured to get an amendment, but failed, and the affair came to a close. — The matter, however, is too g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Edem, Twofold Sat, - Jul* 3ipf| I860. P. J. MURRAY, ESQ., P.M, SlB,— 11/IS, the Undersigned, Inhabitants of the Town I? ship of Eden, request thst you will be good enough toCONVENE a PUBLIC MEETING ai an eatfy date, to. consider what steps shall be taken with reran! to the establishment of PUB LIC WORSHIP and the ERECTION of a CHURCH in this Township;— Joehna Blow, E4w-fSc filbert, AmndolE v.erett, J. M. Dalrymple, William Stephens, William Thomson, James Bpeasley, John Young', Edw. R. Layton, Thos. A. Williams, J. R. Edwards, Jerh. Denehy, John Hornby, Job Lloyd, II. Macrae, T. Pilling. rVi K :: OFFrcE, Edex, 4th Auguk, 1800. Gentlemen,— In compliance with the above Requisition, I hereby CONVENE a PUBLIC MEETING of the INHABITANTS of EDENfor the purpose there in mentioned, to take place in this OFFICE, on SATURDAY Evening, the 11th instant, at Seven o'clock. Your obedient servant, P. J. MURRAY, tML To Messrs. Blow, Gilbert, Edwards, and other gentlemen signing the Requisition. an 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
EDEN AND PANBULA, TWOFOLD BAY. MR. E. W. IrAYTON has had placed in liiB hands for PRIVATE SALE and LEASE, some very Valuable ALLOTMENTS,, compris ing:— Allotments of Land in the ccntrc of the Town ship of Eden, to let on Building Leases. £n Allotment of Land, with Cottage e£efcte4 thereon, suitable for the immediate occtipatKmof a small respectable family, (or Sale or Lease; An Allotment of Land, with'Cottago, for Sale. " Three One-Acre Allotments at JPanbula, with frontage to the Maia Road, adri8rah}y situated fur restaurants, butcher's shops, &c.,&c. For further particulars, apply to E. "W. LAYTON, Auctioneer, Land and Commission Agent, Eden. au 17 Eden, Twofold Bay. ^ SALE ByIlUCTION* Draught, Saddle,, and Pack HORSES. THE UNDERSIGNED is tnakiny arrange ments for BI-WEEKLY SALES «f tho above on arrival of the steamers from Melbourne and Sydney. E. W. JLAYTON, Auctioneer, Land and Com mission Agent, Eden. au 17 " FARMS. 7~% PARTIES having FARMS FOR SALE, with and w...
MELBOURNE. (PORT PHILLIP HEADS.) ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
MELBOURNE. 1 (Port phiilip • Heads.) •abrivaxa. "-August 3.—Prince of Waletwb., from Circular HeadrHelen,from CircularBead; Bosetta, edbi, from the Coast f Helen AnU, soli, £rom Circular HeadWillinm Miakin, from Warnmm bool.- Aumirt 4.—Lady -Bird, str,, from Port land ; St Helena, ship, fromSwansea. 114 daysj Alm&sdi, from Newcastle ; Village Belle, neb., Jk>m WfttTDambool; Sootia, brig, inm htmoea Vbn-i- Elizabeth EUen, rah,, from Port Albert; l&lt;fcwb« ftymSfobart^WP. August 6,—Don at.. - gj-^gy,; Malay, bqe, from 18 —Mary Flower, nohy from %
Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
CirtwUro Items. i_ The following aro extracts from the Melbourne papers:—Mr. It H. Home is a gentleman who kits written an unsuccessful comedy, and who, will not imitate1 tho charity of his critic in The Argus. In reply to a notice of some seven or enough to fill at least one and a half of our columns, which 1r« complains we have not insert ed. But this is a little loo bad, even for one of the irritable genus. Authors have an imme morial privilege to quarrel with their critics; but to demand that a newspaper is to give up so much of its space to tho justification of a damned comedy, is to excoed the limits of the dramatist's liscnce. Wo are under no obligation to insert, every or any letter that is snnt to us, and we muBt specialty object to the replies of authors to their critics, as tho most uninteresting of all posxible entertainments for the general public. Tho congratulatory oddress from (he Legisla tive Assembly to His Excellency the Governor, on his marriage, was duly present...
DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Departures. August 3.—Picard, ach, for Uobart Town; Brilliant, ach., for Sydney ; Eva, sch., for Laun ceston; Bright Planet, bqe„ for Newcastle. August 4.—lualto, bqe„ for Newcastle t Young American, riiip, dfor Callao; Penguin, bqe, for Ooun; Eojal Shepherd, str., for Launceston ; Prince Albert, str-for Port Albert. August 6. MaecJesfiglcl, scfc-for Newcastle; Malrina Vidal, Bhip for Guam; Jatuea, sch., for Sydney; Ariel, «ob,for Newcastle i Merciur, brig, for Launoes toniFayaway, brig, for Newcastle; Elisabeth, f ;for WiUunga. August 6.—Mary Grant, for Port Frederick; Esporajizo, brig, for ey j William Tell, brig, for Newcastle; l&h, str, for Adelaide.
Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
■Sydney gttm Frightfol Mortalitt.—On Friday afternoon Mr. Joseph Longmorr, to tho terrible mortality in whose family we have before alluded, expired at his residence near Lake Lcarmouth. His wife was near her confinement at the time of her death, and was interred the same day. Seven of the children have died within a comparatively short time, and of the whole family, numbering ten in all, there now remains but one little boy. Such a visitation is almost unexampled, and it would be important to ascertain whether there was any thing in the locality to predispose the inmates of the house to disease.—M. Herald. The dreary length of the argument in the case of Simmons v. Brierley and Dean, was relieved yesterday morning by a spirited interchange of words on the subject of Judge-made and Legisla ture-made law. The learned Judge, the acting Chief Justice retorted that Legislature-made law was much mere ohscure.thaa jjidge.-made law, because Legislatures often knew nothing of the actual sta...
Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT VIA TUMUT.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Pitting ^ttfcttigctttf. KIANDRA. [VROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT VIA TUMl'T.] July 22.—1 hasten to inform you that yester day morning (lie ice was four inches thick, and this morning the wind blew very high from the south-cast, accompanied with Know. The snow has been drifting all night, and I am sure in some places it must be several feet in depth. My sole object in sending this by the Tumut mail is, in order that it may reach you as early as poasi' lo to make it known, to prevent men coming here during such inclement weather. Provisions are rising veiy rapidly, and wo shall be solely depending on pack-horses for supply. Flour yesterday rose £10 per ton, and other things are looking upward also. Teams within some miles are stuck fast, the bullocks driven to warmer climes, and a person left in charge only. I do trust, for the sake of humanity, you will make the state of the weather known to wherc evcr your journal roaches. There is no fear for people who have good houses, but there are ...