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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

We are glad to hear that the Rev. J. Leishman, Presbyterian Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, will perform Divine Service in the Court House, on Sunday next WANTED to purchase, for CASH, one or two allotments in the township otEden. Apply by letter to C. C, " Shamrock Hotel" To the inhabitants of Eden abd surrounding districts. prttomrt <£dnt. MR. THOMPSON, Teacher of the above School, begs to inform those inhabitants of the above outlaying districts, who may be desirous of sending their children to the above school, that he is making arrangements to receive a few pupils (both sexes) as boarders, whose morals will be strictly attended to, and who will receive that solid eduoation imparted in National schools. Higher branches and accomplishments taught, if required. For terms, &o, apply to Mr. Thomp son, National Schoo!,;Eden. ■, " ® The question "why printers didnotsuoceed as. well as brewers ? was answered (has; " Printers work for the head, and brewers fo...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

EDEN A BEanclij for the trai jy2l is now oped ig business/** above 011 of gem >- V ' Deposits Received. Drafts Jttuttd. Gold Purchased. J. YOUNG, pro Manager.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EDEN, TUESDAY, 19th JUNE, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. EDEN, TUESDAY, 19th JUNE, 1860. Before His Worship P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M. Sarah Ann Roberts v. David Kilgour.—Illegally on premises. Mr, Williams for defendant. This case was adjourned from Wednesday, 11th instant, in consequence of plaiutiffnot having witnesses summoned. The information set forth that David Kilgour did, on the night of the 11th instant, illegally enter the premises of Sarah Ann Roberts, a mar ried woman, in the town of Eden, by getting through a window. David Kilgour, who had not the slightest ap pearance of being a follower of Jack Shcppard, pleaded not guilty to the charge. Mrs. Roberts was called and sworn. She stated that on the night of the 11th instant she did not sec defendant at all in the house. Cross-examined by Mr. Williams : Went to bed on that night about nine or ten o'clock ; would not swear she was sober; her husband went to a wedding for their daughter, and locked her (plaintiff) in the house. At the time the door was locked, ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS.—June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

MELBOURNE. Arbivals.—June 15. Omeo, steamer, from Adelaide. June 16. City jjf Hobart, steamer, from Hobart Town, 14th instant. City of Sydney, from Sydney and Twofold Bay. Lady Bird, steamer, from Portland. June 17. Malta, steamer, from Sydney. June 18. Neptune, bqe., from Liverpool, 10th March. Lew Chew, ship, from London. Hanna, ship, from New York, 9th March. Margaret Chessel, sch., from Port Frederick. Departures.—June 15. Lady Milton, for Callao. Prince Arthur, for Newcastle. Martha Ellen, for Newcastle. June 16. Bucephalus, for Valparaiso. City of Sydney, brig, for Launceaton. Lyne, sch, for Hobart Town. Rosetta, ech, for Fiver Seven. Dorothea, bqe., for Guam. A. B. Thomas, ship, for Guam. William Miskeu, for Warrnambnol. Grecian Queen, for Mauritius. Storm Bird, for Port Albert. Commerce, for King's Island. Blue Jacket, for Liverpool. June 17. Gazelle, for Newcastle. Mayflower, for Port Frederick. Princess Royal, for Callao. John Duncan, for Callao. Projected Departures. For ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

I SYDNEY. The Gold Escort took down to Sydney last week the following quantities of gold :—Goul burn, 536 ounces G grains ; Kiandra, 1307 ounces 7 dwts 6 grains. The influenza is still raging with little abate ment. Major Edruond Lockyer, Usher of the Black Rod in the Legislative Council, and a very old colonist, i« dead. He had keen suffering from the prevailing epidemic, aud expired so easy that his friends around him for some time thought he was asleep. The election at the Tumut has ended in the return of Mr. Deniehy, by a majority over Mr. Egan of thirty votes. Appointments.—Peter Lawrence Cloete, Esq., Commissioner in charge of the Southern Gold fields, to be Police Magistrate in and for the district of Kiandra ; and George O'Malley Clarke, Esq., Sub-Commissioner in the Southern Gold fields, to be Police Magistrate in end for the town and district of Dcnison. In the Legislative Council on Thursday Evening 14th. instant on the motion of Mr Eagar, the Indemnity Bill was read a th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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PANBULA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

PANBULA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1860. Before his Worship, Lieut. Lloyd, JL N, J. P.) Egan v. DunLop.—Adjourned to Olh July next. Shall Debts. Covington v. Smith.—Ajourned to 5th July. Habt t. W. Hibbubd.—In this case the plain tiff Bought to recover £2 18s, being the balance of a verdict given against defendant in Panbula Court. Defendant stated that he received £3, as part payment, but Constable M'Mahon swore in evidence, that plaintiff received the £& as pay ment in full.—Verdict for defendant. Plaintiff asked for-a copy of the depositions, and said he would take the matter to a higher Court. He was cautioned if he persisted in such insults, he would be committed. Hibbubd v. Hart.—^Mr. Bennett* Agent for Plaintiff, did not wish to proceed with the prosecution.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. ARRIVALS.—June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. • ■ PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BA&j Aueivals,—June lfl,». v Yam, sch, 141 tons, IwwardPiiffoyTOn^from! Newcastle, 6th instant. Put in fOT.tepair^DOund for Melbourne. • June 20. : +_ '3 Rangatira, steamer, §82 tone, ^Walk(^ -from Sydney, 19th instanl v^^sengefc<--8aloo&: Mr. Robert Leishman. Mr. -J. Yonng,Mr. B. Loewy, — Massey, Esq, Mr. Young (Manager Commer cial Bank); ana thirteen in the steerage. June 21. City of Sydney, steamer, Moodie, from Mel bourne, 19th instant. Passengers—saloon: Mr. Cameron ; and thirty-five in the steerage. Departures.—June 19. Venture, brig, 117 tons, Robertson, for Mel bourne. Activc, sch, 136 tons, T. Smith, for Melbourne. Daring, sch., for Melbourne. June 20. Ellen, sch, 54 tons, Nicholson, for Sydney. ! Gipsy, sell, 46 tons, Shepherd, for Sydney. Rangatira, steamer, for Melbourne. June 21. City of Sydney, steamer, Moodie, for Sydney. VaiTa, sell, 114 tons, Finlayson, for Melbourne. "Exports. Ellen, 50 cas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

Steam to Sydney. THE Gin OF SYDNEY Is due here on or about FRIDAY, the 22nd Instant. Steam to Melbourne THE UMUXm Ib due here on or about TWELVE o'clock ajn, On SUNDAY, 24th Inst. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. FOB LONDON.—Hie fine A1 ship HOLL1N SIDE, 700 tons register, ROBERT HOL LAND, commander, is now receiving cargo, and having nearly all engaged, will bo quickly dis patched. For freight or passage apply to GILCHRIST, WATT, and CO. BENJAMIN LOEWY, a vast TWOFOLD BAT, BEOS to call the attention of the Ladies and Gentlemen of EDEN, and the surrounding Neighbourhood, to his superior Stock of DRAPERY, Men's Clothing, Toilet Articles, &C., &c. B. L. wishes further to state that from his perfect knowledge of the trade, selecting the Goods himself! and BUYING for CASH, he will be enabled, to Sell at PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. A Large Invoice of Ladies' and Girl's Under clothing, Fancy Dresses, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cloaks and Jackets, &am...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

DIAEY. Days of week. Day of.Sun jSun Month.! rises,seta. Moon's High Water at Eden. |li.m. h.m.! days. h. m. SATURDAY. Jun.237 10 4 45! 4 ;1I 16 a.m. SUNDAY. MONDAY..., TUESDAY... 24l7 10 4 45] 6 111 56 „ 25|7 104 45| 6 0 40 p.m. 28|7 10;4 45| 7 ! 1 4 „

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

SYDNEY. Arrivals. Mimosa, steamer, from Menmbula. Hai^rave, sch., from Hobaii Town. City of Melbourne, bqe, from Melbourne. Constance, bqe., from the Downs. Kate, bqe, from Auckland. Sword fish, ecli., from Queensland. ' Kestrel, brig, from Adelaide. Dart, brig, from Lyttelton. Yarra Yarra, steamer, from Brisbane. Departures. Malta, mail steamer, for Melbourne. Grafton, steamer, for Grafton. Lord Woreley, steamer, for Auckland. George Marshall, for Guam. Union, for Newcastle. Projected Departures. For Hampton Roads—Bodwitch. For Callao—Lloyds, For Guam—Algernan. For New Caledonia—Champion. For Melbourne—Native Lass, Fortune, and Wanderer.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

DEATH. At his residence, Enniskerry Lodge, county of Wicklow, on the evening of the 17th of March last, in the 68th year of his age, Denis Murray, Esq., M.D., 1st Class Staff Surgeon, Retired List, formerly of the 16th Lancers and 10th Hussars. Mr. Murray was over 40 years in the service, 18 of which he spent in India. He had medals for Waterloo and Bhurtpore ; he was highly esteemed by all who knew him, and his death is deeply and sincerely lamented by his attached friends and by an extensive circle of acquaintances.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 22 June 1860

T. AULD, RESPECTFULLY" acquaints the Inhabitant of the County of Auckland that his brewery will be finished in a few weeks, and that he will then be prepared to deliver a firat class quality of ALE AND PORTER. [A CARD.] * MR. jTbLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAUD AGENT, Eden, Twofold Bat. REQUISITION. TO P. J. MURRAY, ESQ., P.M. Sir,— We, the undersigned Merchants, Traders, and others, resident in the district of Eden, request you will call a MEETING of the In- habitants of the District at as early a date as possible, in order to consider the propriety of petitioning His Excellency the Governor, to declare the said District a Municipality:— William Shaw, Joshua Blow, Peter G. Campbell, John Edwards, William F. Anderson, James Rixon, Edwd. Williams, Geo. Barclay, A. Falkner, Thos. Matthews, William Stephens, Than Schultz, George Doran, S. Moses, Charles Atfield, Frederick Powell, S. Solomons. Police Office, Eden, 7th June, 1860. GENTLEMEN,—In compliance with the foregoing Requisition, I hereb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

A Bran pi i of the above Institution is now open for the lmn$act.ion of general Banking business. WANTED, Permanent Employment., 011 a Sliooj) or Cattle Station, us Manager, Overseer, or Store-keeper, Ivy a thorough jmictical man, of twelve veal's ex|H.-rience. !?lieq> Station preferred. Address. A. li., care of A. Montaigne, BE. JORDAN, M.R.C.S.E. Surgeon, ami Licentiate of the Apothecaries' Hall. London, limy lit' consulted for tin? jiresi-nt, at Ml!. K1 XOX'.S, Crown ;uul Anchor ilotcl.Tvvn | Fold Bay. j EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. DrfMri- .< I{<f'liV'h!. Drtift.i Iss jy 21 J.YOUNG, pro Minnj^er. gfrgn ^iU-fvti.snnrv.t. To Butchers and Others. ON S.VI.JJ at 13!-OA, a few lKnd FAT tATl'Li-:. Apply to JOHN JAIWVKY. Uega, '27th June, ISfiO. j\ !•'-! ^UvnnMn MERIMBULA HOTEL, HSKIMBITLA. J.G3EO? &7.mYQQJJ (Fit a limjj Proprietor of tho '• Kxrlianiin" ir>M (it Jioadiii'', UorksYuv, and r.eotitlv Si..<vwd ot llic Uiiiun Club in Sv.ln.Vj, BEGS to ann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

CROWN and ANCHOR HOTEL, SBSS} TWOFOLD BAY, On the Summit of the Slope from the Wharf. JAMES RIXON BEGS to inform Gentlemen and their Families about to visit EDEN, that they will find A COMFORTABLE HOME Seldom to be met with at an Inn. This is borne out by Lieut-Colonel Freeling's Report, For that Gentleman says (ho accommodation at Eden iB excellent J. R. begs to state tlmt C»loncl Frkeling put up at the Crown and Anchor Hotel, while at Lden. N.B.—-The present premises are undergoing extensive additions, which, when complete, will lie capable of accommodating several huudred j people. JAMES M'HAFFIE, gmisj rag gmtrtcr, ©Inzitr, and PAPER HANGER EDEN. CEDAR! CEDAR! CEDAR I To the inhabitants of Eden, BomdaLa, and the surrounding Disratcra. Any quantity of the above, cut or uncut, to suit purchasers; bv the undersigned, c " JAM1JS JOHNSTON, Eden. NDERS for Supplying Materials for a SLAB BUILDING, 18 x 50; and also for LABOUR in erecting the same, are invited. Apply at the Teleguapii O...

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[?]irtorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

^irioriJTO gftrms. The Crown Lands Sales Bill passed its third j reading in the Legislative Council on Thursday j evening last, and it was sent down to the Assem bly with some amendments, which were to be ; taken into consideration in commit lee. j The influenza is as general in Mo)bourne as it j is here. It has made sad havoc in theatrical cir cles. Messrs. Brooke, Edwards and Harry Jack son, and Mrs. H. Phillips, as well as others of the dramatic corps, are laid up—Mr. Rogers, whose benefit had been fixed for Thursday night, very seriously so. The havoc thus made necessitated the temporary closing of the theatre. The Melbourne and Suburban Railway has been opened as far as Church street in Richmond, and in a few weeks it will be opened as far as Haw thorne. Thursday being the anniversary of the Queen's Coronation, there was a royal 6alutc fired, and flags were displayed from the principal buildings. The committee for holding religious services at i the Theatro Royal have reported ...

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Sydney Items. JUNE 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

items. June 26th. in the .Legislative Assembly m answer to questions, it was stated that whatever had been done by the Government of Victoria in marking out a road to Kiandra, had been done without previous conference with this Government. The Speaker drew the attention of the House to a difficulty that had arisen between himself and the Government In reference to the appoint ment of a successor to Mr. Shadforth, the late Sergeant-at-Arms in the Assembly, who had been promoted to the office of Usher of the Black Bod in the Legislative Council. The Govern ment had objected to the gentleman recom mended by the 8peaker, and the Speaker would not recognise the gentleman proposed by the Government A resolution was passed by the House approving of the conduot of the Speaker. . Jtob 27th. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Henry John Shadforth, was eworn in as usher of the Black Bod in place pf MejorLookver, deooased.. JiTNB28th. i In the Legislative Assembly, in answer to questions, itwas st...

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AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE. 1 OUTWARD. The outward mail for Australia to leave South arnnton at 2 p.m. on the first date mentioned in each paragraph, and arrive at and leave other stations as indicated. A mail from London is made for transmission via Marseilles six days after the steamers leave Southampton, which arrives at .A'exandria one day after the Southampton mail. The dates for the transmission of the mails from London via Marseilles oocurring on Sundays in March and November, the mails will be despatched on the following days, and arrive at Alexandria two days after the Southampton mails. The estimated time for the transit through Egi pt of the Mar seilles mail is 24 hours, and of the Southampton mail 48 hours. April IS—To arrive at Gibraltar 17, Malta 21, Alexandria 25 ; leave Suez 27 ; arrive at Aden July 3, Point de Galle 12, King George's Sound 27, Kangaroo Island July % Melbourne 4, Sydney 8. May 12.—-To arrive at Gibraltar 17, Malta 21, Alexandria 25, leave Suez 27; arriv...

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Adelaide Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

Jpflmtlf perns. 27th June.—The feature of to-dav is the de mand which has set in for wheat. Large orders are in the market, which cannot be executed. Flour is steady at £19 10s. The weather is everything that can be desired. 28th June.—A long and animated discussion took place to-day in the House of Assembly, on the second reading of the bill to reduce Minister's salaries to an equal rate of £800 per annum each, which eventually passed, by a majority of twenty-two. Wheat continues to-day in large and steady demand, and 8s. 6d. per bushel is freely paiu. Holders are bringing verv little to market. £20 per ton has been offered and refused for town brands of flour, but the demand is only moderate. Country brands can be bought fully 10s. per ton less.

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

MELBOURNE. Arrivals. June 25.—Black Swan, from Lauticeston. 2d.—Lucknow, ship, from Boston. ltebecca, bqe., from Adelaide. Heron, sch., from Oporto. Active, sch., from Nelson. Ann and Maria, brig, from Newcastle. 27.—Picard, sch, from Uobart Town. Eucalyptus, bqe., from Hobart Tow j. London, str, from Sydney and Eden. Tamer, sch, frcm Hobart Town. 28.—Harriet Nathan, bqe., from Tasmania. Storm Bird, str., from Port Albert Departures. June 24—Prince Patrick, sch. for Launceston. Victory, sch. for Hobart Town. 25.—Flj ing Cloud, sch., for Port Frederick. Royal Shepherd, sir. for Launccston. Reliance, brig, for Hobart Town. Brilliant^ sch., for Sydney. 27.—Ada, str., for Porti'bert. Olympus, bqe., for Guam. 28.—Mercury, brig, for Launceston. Projected Departures. For London.—Orwell, 5th Jv'y ; No. folk 19th July. For Liverpool.—Red Jacket, 18th July. For Launccston.—Royal Shepherd, early. For Hobart Town.—City Of Hobart 4th July. For Adelaide.—Oscar, 5th July. For Ceylon.—Carntyne, ear...

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 3 July 1860

DIARY. t» i jDay of.Sun (Sun iMoon'sj l Ag |W».r I ;h. m.h.m.' days, i h. m. Tcesdat !July 37 11 4 Sfij 14 j 8 42p.m. Wednesday..] „ 4;7 ll'4 56! 15 | 9 17 „ Thvbsday....| „ 5j7 10^4 58| 16 j 9 54 „ The Mails close at the Eden Post Office:— For Sydney, overland, via llouibala, this day at 3, p.m. For Melbourne, by the London, Thursday night.

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