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PROCLAMATION OF GA[?]BA[?]. (Translated from the Co[?] de Ma[?]lle for the Empire.) THE DICTATOR OF SOUTHERN ITALY TO THE VOLUNTEERS. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

PROCLAMATION OR TIAIIIUAI.M. { Tram/ated from the Courii r Marttfllc for iht Empirr.J TUB DICTATOII or SOUTHKII* ITAI.V TO TUB VoLUKTIiEltS. PltOOlAHAT/oy. W hen in I tiilv the idea of " our romitrv" was cherished liv a few, Italians conspired and died; now they fifrht and triumph. i The patriot* aw to-day numerous enough I 1o form nriiiii's and to (rive buttle to their I t'lu'inii'H, Hut the victory iiii* not vet Ikvu I completed. | Italy is not vet nil free, iind wo are u ! ]<)»;_'. way fif)ni the Alps, ? our frlorious ' frontier. '1'lie most precious fruit of these i first successes is the power to umi our- | selves :inil inarch ouwmd. ! I have found you rc.\ Iv to follow me, «nd now I cull you all around me : unite yourselves to follow this jM-neral dash of a nation untied to make I tidy united und five, whether flip [lOteiitak'S of tin' earth please nr not. | (lather Mfrethor 011 the public places of 1 your r<i«», luc.tni*1 youi'selves with that twipulnr w...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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VICTORIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

VICTORIAS Affile The following extracts aru from the " Argus." Mr. Tatdflls, lila appointment to be the sccontl in comaaadof Ihe exploring party, bis can*!*, bis dlxasreettent with Mr. Burke bis superior officer, and his finalresignation and return, were matter* fnttf eatend Into at a special meeting of the ex» ploring committee, held at the rooms of the Boynl Society, y«terdi7 afternoon. A long written state ment from tin was read at length* « also *aa a letter from Mr. Willi, astronomer to the expedition, to Professor Keumayer, which had been forwarded to Mr. Selwyn, Government geologist, through Captain Oadetl. Wa have been favoured with an inspection of two paintings-on® ol the Uarr&bool Hilts, and the other of the Yan Yean Beftemir-executed with great fidelity to nature fay Mr. William Short, junior. The painting* are to be raffled far, and snajr be seen at Mean. Hammy Brothers*, Collins street. The new Fostaaster-Genend was yesterday re elected for South Bourke, having...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

smxsr xEirs. The following- passages ore extracted from the latest Sydney papers : RtrRESEKiiTios or THE Citt. A raeetinj of the frienda and aupporUn of Mr. Chariea Cowper m held, punmant to advertisement at Mr. fiimpion'a, City Vine Vanlta, yesterday after noon, Cor the purpose of ooniidettng the propriety of invitinj that gentleman to oome forward a» « candi date for the representation of Sail Sydney in the New Parliament. There vera between forty and fifty persona in attendance at tie appointed hour, and on the motion of Mr, Alfred Cane, the chair wan taken by Alderman Bpeer. Mr. Heiijamin Jamea aujjeated that a deputation of five ahontd lie appointed to wait on Mr. Cowper, and ascertain his view m to the proposed candida ture Mr. Andrew Allan thought it would be better that the Boeting ahoold liret pledge tteelfto support Mr. Cowper in tbe event of hia ooming forward. TUs proposal havinj bees pcettj generally acqui eacedln, the Chairaaa p^t tlws question, that the fallowing gent...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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ENGLISH NEWS. LATEST NEWS FROM PARIS. (Translated from the Courier [?] Mur[?]lle. for the Empire.) Paris, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

ENGLISH NEWS. . LATEST suns mm /MAM. (Tram I a ted from tht Otmritr dt .Vuruillt. fur tin Em/iirt.) Puria. ,S6tli September. Tim articlc published on the 26th, by tlie' Constitutional,' has intensely engrossed tlie political and dinlomatical circles, mid lms been interpreted 08 the expression of a fear oil the part of tlie French Government, of seeing; triumph at Rome the counsels uf those who wish to drive the Pope to ex treme measures, such us would give great joy to Garibaldi, and all tlm violent revolu tionists. This party seem to wish to uban : don themselves to such arts of violence ns the Sardinian Government would if there is still time for it, check and prevent. Tlie ('ount do Cavoiir, fully sustained bv the Kinp Victor Kmmaniiel, is thoroughly de termined, with the supfiort of tJie Italian Chambers, to pivc battle to General Gari baldi and to his adherents, if tlicv do not j give way and adopt the policy concerted bl ithe cabinet of Turin with tlie Kmjicrur of | the French...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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NEW ZEALAND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

A'fir ZEALAND NEWS. [raoM THE GN>K»r NORKIKO ncr-iui.] By the Lord Anhley, wc have news from Auckland to the 3rd inst., and TVranxki <Jfew Plymouth I to to (he 27lh ult., being fourteen dan later than prerioua advice*. Is lis Runtauy lor home, the Southern Cmu reffliHn: No lirilliknt action hu taken place at Tunui^Vi eince our tat, Mid thin^a reoiain apparently in ttalu quo. On)/ apparently however, for much' has l*tn dn^ though the officer eonnuuidiDa tiu had no opporinniiy of aendins home a brilliant dcujutdi. Hew Zealand wsnbue has proved itse'f like many other New Zetland matten, aomeihinj uni>/uc. If it were not that the interestaof the unfortuna* aettlen-to whom war Is the destruction of all thetr'proaroeeb in life-demand that the present state «f tliiira be brought to a speedy close, tie Maori raoe mijlit in time be brought to their Icnoee, or even annihilated, without a Ilrituli' ao'dier firin<r a rifle. With the tome already in the colmiea and th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. W[?] N.[?]., strong: weather, showery. ARRIVED.—NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.E., strong : weather, showery. ARRIVED.— NOVEMBER 17. Wongs Wonga, A.S.N. Company's steamer, 799 tons, David Walker, from Melbourne, 18th inst. Passengers—saloon: Mr. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Manby and two children, and 3 in the steerage. S. & H. Solomons, agents. Tasmania, steamer, 400 tons, John Clinch, from Hobart Town, 15th inst. 1 passenger. G. Barclay, agent. SAILED.—November 17. Wonga Wonga, A.S.N. Company's streamer, for Sydney. Tasmania, steamer, for Sydney. IMPORTS. Wonga Wonga.— 6 trunks boots, Beckworth   Brothers; 2 cases drapery, Brodnitz ; 26 packages boots, Marshall & Co.; 1 case cigars, 2 boxes tobacco, 2 cases tobacco, Movers. Tasmania.—Half ton flour. The Wonga Wonga left Melbourne on Thursday, 15tth inst., at 4 o'clock p.m. Experienced heavy   weather throughout the passage, and arrived in Twofold Bay on Saturday, at half-past 2 p.m. The Tasmania left Hobart Town on Thu...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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The Observer. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH. "Nothing extenuate, [?] set down [?] in malice." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH.   " Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SINCE this port has been made a Pilot Establishment great dissatisfaction has been caused by levying a pilotage rate of fourpence per ton, and harbour dues according to the schedule appended to the Pilotage Amendment Act of 1858, on all vessels entering the harbour, if the masters are not supplied with a certificate of exemption. The 3rd clause of the above cited act provides: " 3. Allsteam vessels, coasters, or other   " vessels, actually trading between any " Port in this Colony and any other such " Port, or between any such Port and " anv Port in any of the Colonies of   " Victoria, South Australia, Western " Australia, Tasmania, or New Zealand, "or in the whaling trade, and being " registered in this or any of such "Colonies, or in the United Kingdom, "shall; except in cases where the Master " thereof shall actually require and employ " the services of a Pilot, be...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 20 November 1860

A.B.M. COBFiKT'S STEAMERS. REDUCED PARES.-85*. intluding Prmimnt. OTEAM TO" S Y D s e Y, The OITY OF SYDNEY, To-Night. STEAM TO MELBOURSE. W 0 N G A VOHOA, To-Morrow. STEAM TO HOBART TOWN. THE TASMANIA. S tenner, John Clinch, Commander, it dne at thin Port on FRIDAY. 28rd Korember, and will nil for IIOBAKT TOWN Aortlj after trr amral. For Freight or fwfi, apply to GEORGE n ARC LAY, Agent. LIVERPOOL * LONDON LIFE INSURANCE OlMHI. MESSRS. S. a 11. SOLOMO X hiring been ainminted for the time CO»i*bj, in EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY, an anthoriaed to receive Application! for Innnninr« in both the LIFK and PIHK Department*. which will be dealt with by the Director* in Sydney as liberally aa in any other office. All Clainu nettled in the Colony. Table* of ratT for Life Inmninre, in all its Rmachee, and every information may be obtained from 8. K H. SOLOMONS, 28 of alt f Ag-*nU. NORTHERN $irc and fpfr ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £1,239,TfiO. EDEN AGENCY. INSURANCES effected at reduced rates of Premium...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

Mmi CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALES of (,'rown Lnmts will bo hold nl the undermentioned place on the da* xlated. 110 1 H, ' At the POLICE OFFICE, on TiirnsDAY, eotii NOVEMBER. Sl'IJUlUlAN LOTS. County of Auckland. 2 Ms i If tern, and 6 «cre« 4 rood 85 perches) on the south shore of bike Curalo, in the northern imvirons of Krien, portiom b and <i. {Upset price, £2 lite, and Jt'3 per acre.). TOWJC LOT?. County of Auckland. l»«i lot* (1 rood 35 perch f* to *2 roods) in the Town of K len, JtUoticuu. 3 t*» i!0 «>f t»mion 17» 1 to 8 of Motion is. 1 to in of section 1?. <U|M*t price, £!? jR»r sure. See Govtrument (iasctfa Xo. lSt». <** -.> aU f no 2» CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALLS of Crown Lumls uill b<» held at the undermentioned place on the day stated, M OOLLOXGOXG, (at the Police Office), on SATURDAY, l*t December. Country Lots-County of Camden,-12 lota 02 acre* t roods 17 pervhea to 59 acres) oo Brandy and Water and Kern hie Creek*, adjoiniug and...

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GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

GARB Kit J-fig CAlBXDAh FOB XOV£U£ER. Kttcua 0**dih.-la -tray nract aaae u Iwt month. Weed, and vtxtr veil, would nls not. £dl. OkCBAW.-Weed and keq>,.*wface toil I looseftwl j cut aaperiluoai fruit ftsm ptach, ncrta- I tine, apricot, ptnta, cherry, aad other atwuner fruit trees. Ownmenee gathering cherriea, gooseberries, entrants, cad early pi ami, u thtj ripen, and pro- j ted them from birds. Commence to prune and thin ] [ ont orange tm. Fuiwsii Ga Mia*.-Weed and ! water *-dl. llant out annuals, fcc. Plant dahlias; dig up and (tore in a-dry plan* tulips, hvaeintlin, j and other bulb), m soon m the leaves an withered, 1 to prevent them roll inc. or unseasonable jjruwtli. j VikctiU).-Loosen aurface (oil, keep down weed*, replace . ttoket, destroy inaecta, Fm.t>. - Sim (twite, mllleL, pumpkins water and oilier melons; plant potatoes. Sow tohaceo in accd beds, ami j protect tram (nit with boughs, &C. l water if ! neeesui;. Sow sorghum saeeharatum in aeed Ma | for after p...

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POSTAGE REGULATIONS. ON LETTERS, AND NEWSPAPERS, WIT THE REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE POSTING, TRANSMISSION AND DELIVERY OF THE SAME. LETTERS. [?] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

POSTAGE ttEul'LATI OS'S. OS LITTER*, *ST> XRIRSRUKAS, KITH TUC. X! NTJOSS IRRKOTIVS TUC [V-TO''., TK_I.\ < MS-IUV. AKD OTI.IVCNR or TFLS MUE. LUTTKRS. T.'WK LI.UKUS. Not ex<v»»itinij | ot \ p*»my 5 Kxtttiing 4 ***" «rt«- ."xc-t-.iio^ I <u. 2 jimce Bi^eetlinz I bnlft<H»:iA<elia;: 2 o*<.» 4 j^nee j aal m on, increasing 2 pen.** for trery additional ! ot. or fraction of an quq«*<\ 4 COrsTRT LETTER.*. Nt»t es^lin;: [ «... C pcn<*e Kxevediug 4 oz.( bat not exceeding I or. 4 prone j Exceeding 1 ot, but not evv-e-iiii^ *2 os». £ pen>*e ? and *> on iner a»ng 4 pen * for every aJditional i oz. or fraction of an OK. j COLONUt, IXTBR-OUoMaL, AND rOBEIGS BETTERS. (Except in special cases.) j Not exceeding 4 ^ pence i lixceeling 4 °7-» jk>1 exceeding 1 oi. 1 vluUing j &nd to on, increasing 6 peace for every additional ] 4 at. or fraction of 4 or No charge whatever is maJt? on the above-men...

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TARIFF OF DUTIES OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

TARIFF OP Dt'TILS OF Cl'SrOHS. Under the Act for granting Datiea of Custom), 19 Victoria, Mo. 14, the foUtminf Dnttei are payable vn tkt lindens entiooad Wdai imported into the An Warehoniinx Bona of New fioirtli^alea : namely, Fort J tenon (8ydo»y\ JJewcastlt {Hturt.»r Hirer), Briibao* (Ibrttoo Bay), and Bin (Twofold Bay). All other uUdM *rt avtnftttad fm from »11 cosnufaa, and from and under aiyflag at peace vMi the Cnlttd Kingdom: SNMIf. Brandy and gin ... gallon Whlnkey, ram, and othir Apirita ... " Spirit*, cordlala, liqueur*, or atrong watera, sweetened or mixed with atiy article, no that the degree of ftreagth cannot be at. ccrUined by Sykea'e hydrometer ... gallon Perfumed (pints ... Wine, oontainlng more than 25 per cent, of Alcohol, Of a (peolfic gravity of 'S'25, at the temperature of GO ?!<?".*** of Fah renheit'* thermometer, for every gallon in proportion to atrength gallou Wine, not containing wore thm 2!i percent, of Alcohol, of a apecific gravity of "825, ...

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LETTERS ADDRESSED TO OFFICERS SERVING ON BOARD ANY OF HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS ON A FOREIGN STATION, WHEN SENT THROUGH THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

Lcrrtns ADDftXSSCP TO OfTlCERS FERVJSfG «* board ISI or Hn xajesit's stun osc a toacics STATIOII «niK5 8KKT TflBOCOH TUE CM«P USOD031. Nat excelling ( w. 1 (hilling j KiceeHing ( fit., but ant exceeding I ai. 2 shilling* I £*ceediiig 1 oz., but not exa»tin£ 2 otn. 4 shilling jniim oti, increasing 2 (billing* for every addi lis 'ul oz., or friction of in ox. ' Ltrr.tus roR*iBDEi> ru Ttii ckiixo KiKcpox to TllE BRITISH OOLOMmj AMD HIEUOS OOl'lSTMKS. Ml letter*. of *W* paid in toll *n sent to the VmlM Kingdom ria Southampton, aniens siKtfiallv sssrktd for transmission ria Marseille*, in wliiflh t» 'li-r jnuit hair, in addition to the rates of Portage s»«cifitd hereunder. Portage at the rate of 3 penoe for erery i ounce of their weight. c But it must W understood, that letters (regirtereJ men excepted aAdraood to France and the Conti nent of Europe, -sad marked for transmiwuon ria MarseiUo, are, -tmVsM specially marked for trann niiraion ria the Dnited Kingdom, cent in the clow) mail...

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LETTERS TO AND FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

LETTERS TO AM) Flu* Til* TO'ITED S|\GOUM. >ot exceeding \m <J peo<* Exceeding (oz., bQtnotexceclmg 1 02. 1 shitting Exceeding 1 nt,, Imt not exec .diry 2 ozs. 2 tshiUinx* ^andaoon, increasing 1 niuUing for every *idi * tionil 01. or fr&ctyon of an ounce. Letter* forvarJ^d rta Marseilles are liable in ad4't*o»t to * rate of 3 peiwe for every \ oz. weight, to cover the cost of transit through France. The iVwve rates will be the, en lire amount chtrged upns letter* sent to or from any port of the United Kingdom, or of the colony.

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

DIARY. | Pan of (lie Week. Friday ... Saturday... Sunday ... ... Monday ... Su*. Riaea. \ SfU. X. I H. V. 4H « 46 4S;« 47 47 | 8 47 47 I « 49 High Water. Morn, j After I 5 IS ! i! 6 11 6 7 0 I 7 8 40 |S 13 I MOON.-Finrt quarter, 20th taut., Ob. 57a. p.m.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

MIXING INTELLIGENCE. KlASDltA. (From the Alptiu Piotifr of XoremUr d.) It i< sai'! the Snowy Rjv*r gold-field it but a patch; if w>, that itbu extensive one no^xviy can deny, and that the gold should be confincd to the U*d of the riuT fclone, is simply ridiculous. Tii« bills have never had anything like a trial, and never will* until the diiuw at tbe river fail when the miners must torn their attention to Mtaething elm. ; or when a hu^e population settle* here, which many places now pjuned over as oselett, -will throw oj^d their tremor** to the enterprising miner, for it requires hot energy and eutttpritie to prove Kiaodra an evUwire gold-tieM. The prospecting hole .on Township Hill is we think, bottomed, bnt the party -rill cuatinue ^oing down for a day or no, in order to pfove whether or not They are upward* of fifty * f^-t deep, nti-l should it prove to be bottomed they will commence anothur farther over towards New Chum. The prvspe^tin^ tunnel is 'progressing, hot ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

NOTICE TO CORRESPOSDESTS. All letter* tntonifal for tnnerUon in tlili Jounml ?bouli 1» addnned to the Editor, and authenticated witi the SUM mA sdAreM of tbe writer. Dot * liectanrilj for jmbUettioo, but u * nunuitM of gonl'Mlh.' Oof eolnmM will t* «p«n»othe public for Die <lt*cuwlon ,of bnportuit mitijecU, hut notUng of a ? <«itn1lo«>tr.)>^lrpencm>l.a»turt *1" t« Iwierttd; WV.do.nqt return T»J«eUd nom ? ttwtoMhm. *> All QMTwpondMce intended for liuertlon (hottM buentis bj 3 o'clock on Sahirdij at Wednwd»y.~ '

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (We are not responsible for the opinions of over Correspondents.] TO THE EIDTOR OF THE OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

OHIGINAL CORltESPO.VDENCE. (lit are not mpcmtiilt for the opiniont of mr CorrttpmdenU.] to rat CDttOB 01 TBI OMUVEIt. Sir,-Dnribg the pa»t «*«k considerable uqum a cat' and excitement*. hit been afforded to the inhabitant* of thU towuliip, by the conduct of * clique,% who M« determined to cluuge our Folic* Migixtn^e with having siren intentionally, unf.iir decisions (ram th« UtncU. But tlie pains ticy tost to tons a meeting which ibould hold *uch erroneous -opinion, «hew«d that there are few, if any, who believe Mr/Momyio tofcave acted, or, that he in even capable of inch .tn'ufcotxluct and injustice. They finrt tried a meeting at tBe" Bichiuge Hotel, lint finding the tide of aflain decidedly against them, they decamped; and* on the following day I held another at the Messta. Thomas' atore, but finding public opinion still against them, they found an excuse in tfae police, and adjourned the meeting until the evening when the; were again in a minority, uv), , therefore, they dissolve...

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The Obserrer. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down ought in [?]." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

FRJDA y. NOYMBBR 23w>. " Nothing utrotaU, sorMt down&oflii In FROM almost all jmrts of the colouy .we hear of political meetings being held, for the purpose of funning committees to forward the election of some gentleman or other ns a member in die furthcoming House of Assembly; or, for mi expression of public opinion on the various political questions now under consideration. At no' previous period of our history was there manifested such an intense interest in tin election as on the present occasion, nor was there ever so tuuch cause for anxiety before. Parliaments hare been broken up-Ministries htive been ousted and political changes have taken place on some occasions, in consequence of the most frivolous matters, and the j»eople have remained to a great extent passive, and allowed things to take their own course without material interference. Not so on the present occasion, liowerer, ull ure deeply interested in die issue of the general election about to take place, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Observer — 23 November 1860

H . JDST OPENED, Btsfon m'ce&pm'e NEW STORES, IMLAY STREET, EDEN. AVE on band a well twiforted Stock I Groceries, Provisions, Ootdate, Ironmongery, Tobaccos, Cigars, American Buckets, Do. ObainB, Do. Tubs, Plate Glass. Would particular!jr recommend a trial of their Teas, Si Sugars, Spices, Tobaccos, Medicines, fee. TIT'ANTED, a Strong GIRL, to make ; f V herself penerally useful. Apply to ADUOTT and DALYRMl'LE. DANIHL ROAN, KS(J., J.p. SYDNEY.- j SIR,-We, the undersigned lurrlholilpn, mcr- 1 client*, and residents io the electoral district of Kden, having noticed a dissolution of the House of Assembly, and being convinced of your having derated a considerable portion of your vnUmt'le time to our intereats and the welfare of the district generally ; hare, th> re/ore, the honour to request yon j will allow Ten reel f to lie put in nomination at the ? forthcoming election to again r< present our inteirstt, < and we bind ouroslves to use every means in o...

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