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Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

KIANDRA [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE     Sydney Morning Herald.] OCTOBER 12th.—It was generally supposed that at the present time Kiandra would boast of   a large population, but the last few days seem rather to have diminished than increased it; but for what reason I am at a loss to discover. For I unhesitatingly assert that, for the number of men engaged digging at the present time, there is, not a field in the whole colonies that produces equal results. Where the amount of gold is ob-   tained that is weekly sent from this place is diffi-   cult to state, for the very highest estimate of men working is 1200: in fact, my own observation leads me to believe that there is not even this number. This statement, I have no doubt, will surprise many, but not more than it does me, for I certainly expected to find a far greater working   population. The bulk of the men arriving here —and this applies to...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

TO STAND THIS SEASON.   AT KAMERUKA. THE NOBLE DRAUGHT STALLION. CLINKER, 3 years old next November. Clinker, dam by imported horse Hercules, grand-dam by another horse, also called Clinker, but not of same blood as the direct sire of same name ; great grand-dam by Mr. H. McArthur's imported horse " Farmer's Glory " ; g. g. grand- dam by old Clydesdale, all imported. Terms—3 guineas on removal of mares. Every care taken, but no responsibility incurred. c   TO STAND THIS SEASON. That Splendid Grey Horse HOBART TOWN "NUGGETT,"   By SUFFOLK PUNCH, out of a fine Draught Mare, imported by Mr. Montgomery, Gipps' Land. This fine animal stands 17 hands high, and is heavy in proportion. Terms—£3 each mare. Good paddocks, and plenty pf water. Mares taken all care of without responsibility. All mares to be removed before the 1st January. Apply to MR. BRITTON     c o 5 9 in Ravenswood, Bega| LIME ON SALE. LIME in any quantity deli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

ALBION HOTEL, QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD T. GILBERT AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition (on the Premises), the well-known and newly-erected ALBION HOTEL, situate Queen's Wharf, Eden, on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site in the flourishing and improving township of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up without regard to cost; the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-place, and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business. Bar Parlour is not too large to be comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snuggery." The Dining rooms are commodious, well furnished, and possess every accommodation usually found in a first-cl...

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Police Intelligence. Saturday, October 20th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 23 October 1860

Police Intelligence. Saturday, October 20th, 1860. Henry Seekamp was brought up this morning, before the Court, charged by Mr. Shaw, of the Telegraph Oflice, with embezzelment, and re- manded till the following Monday.     Monday, October 22nd, 1860. (Before Dr. King, J. P.) Henry Seekamp, was again brought up under   the charge of embezzlement, and the evidence distinctly showed that the prisoner had refused to account for monies received by him on behalf   of the prosecutor. The Bench however (Dr. King) after half an hour's private consultation with Mr. Walker, the Clerk of the Bench, returned into Court and dismissed the case.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

£o«U ptfUiflcncc. I'lto.srrvri ng Association.—AVe arc extremely mortified at finding this Association like oveiy oiIil-i- ellort originated in this township likely : to prove abortive, and solely for want of that Cir.nbined and en r.etic action not usually defi cient in i-ons cf the Briti h soil. We are in i fmitied tliut a go d-bearing quartz reef hai burn : discovered on .Mount Imlay, and tliat scMiral in , dicat ions and samples of gold have also been . found in the locality. There is 110 doubt, thcre ' fore, (lint, the effort* of the J'rospccting Party I should lie secoiitkd by the people of this district, ' il'they d.sire to see it po-a-head. In connection | willj this matter we tiesiiv to mention that J )r. , Utuay has been requested to deliver another lec ■ lure hi arni^ou the siihjt ct of trnld, and that there , is a } lolu'iiiity of his acceding to the request ; next week. As this lecture will lie for the benefit of the funds of the Prospecting Association, we li u.-t it w...

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Police Intelligence. Tuesday, October 23rd, 1860. Before Messrs. Lloyd, King, Keon and Solomon, J. Ps. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

i'olirc rjntcUiiKHrc. TiiiMlav, Oi\mIh.t i'Jnl, 1800. fii-furt M,-- rs. LliiVil. Kiny, Ki'on and Si>iomoi>, ' ' .1- J'v KnntiN v CJimikut. -So a;ii« .u;i!ic( . Vof'M; v Wilt fc—J'liiintitt claimed -'j'k fir tiir-'e d;iys wages as a c n peiiter, anil l!-. for chis t/i.S < liy deleihhilit. I Jefemlant pleaded lliHt Jit' •n'leinl jilijiitl/f Uts. per day for t wo and a lm'.f iliys, ami that lie only used one- of the . plaint .lis elii-ds, which lie a! so wrucil to ]( iy f >r. i Verdict fir pjnintit}', ;J:Js. being 1 <Is. per day. lor j three days, ;uni 'J>. heing tin- v.iiur ut one chisel. j Sami-. v Sam r_—Tiii.s v.a- an ;;i-tiim 1<ir defama tion dl' character. damages laid at £10. Mi-. Lloyd said In: :h iu:.hr tln-r was a ease tor a jury to t i v, but Mr. Solomon ami Mr. Walker said tiiat it was competent lor the lJench. but. the i'l;* i'.itiii'must prove .-piriai damage. The plaintiff v, illu'.ivw the cast-, intimating tliat he would pro ...

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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Tuefold Bay and Mane[?] Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

Correspondenc. To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. SIR,—     Will you be so kind as to inform me—   as I have not had an opportunity of knowing correctly—whether Mr. Walker (late chief con-   stable) has been appointed Magistrate, as well as   Clerk of the Bench; for whilst acting as the     latter he certainly appears to give his unasked opinions, which I think is either presumption, or an insult to the Bench, to be dictated to by their clerk. I am, yours, &c.   LATE BARK STRIPPER Bega, 21st October, 1860. [From the position and character of our Cor- respondent, "Late Bark Stripper," we give room       to his letter, although we by no means concur in the spirit or tone of his remarks. Gentlemen who have filled the office of Clerk of the Bench even for a short time can hardly fail to acquire a practical experience ...

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To the Editor of The Tuefold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph.   SIR,—I am exceedingly sorry to see the re-   action that has taken place here in Eden, every   one seems disheartened and chop fallen because       business is son dull, &c., &c. Why is this? simply that the inhabitants have   brought it on themselves, certainty the new in- habitants expended a great deal of money in building, purchasing land, &c., &c., in anticipation of a great rush to the Snowy River ; each indi- vidual however studied his own personal interest in so doing, and without any other warrant or inducement but their own ideas they anticipated a rapid rise in the value of land, rents, &c., the   conseequence is that the demand for land and tenements was so great that both run up to fabulous prices, thus misleading the public as to its real or legitimate value. But has eit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney & Merimbula THE First class Steam Packets of the I.S.N.   Co. will hereafter ply as follows ;—   From Sydney Every MONDAY NIGHT—the HUNTER From Merimbula   On WEDNESDAY'S, 6 p.m., — The HUNTER Phoenix Wharf, Sydney, (......)     FIRST SHIP FOR THE FEBRUARY SALES   ABERDEEN LINE of CLIPPERS for LONDON, Direct,   ( .....) October 29     The (..................) built Ship,               S T R A T H D O N, (A..) 10 years.     (.............)                   JAMES BASS, (.............)       This i:<•!>!<» \es>el w is built .'\p'v-sl\ f ir Austra...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. THURSDAY, October 25. Wind S.E., weather boisterous. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25.   Wind S.E., weather boisterous.   ARRIVALS. Tommy, schooner, from Newcastle to Mel- bourne, windbound. City of Sydney, steamer. Moodie, Sydney. 11 passengers. DEPARTURES.   City of Sydney, steamer, Moodie, Melbourne. 14 passengers.   The City of Sydney steamer, which left Syd- ney at the usual hour, did not arrive in the Bay     till 5 o'clock last evening. Capt Moodie states that he never experienced more boisterous wea-     ther. She brought 11 passengers, amongst whom   P. J. Murray, Esq., J.P., and Mrs. Murray. The   steamer took away 14 passengers from this port   to Melbourne.  

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Officer, THURSDAY Evening. October 25th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

COMMERCIAL.   Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, October 25th, 1860 Business of all kinds has been unprecedently   dull this last fortnight, and it has been impos- sible to effect sales of any kind. Flour is the only article that is scarce. It is quoted at 22/- per ton. Mr. J. H. Moses, Auctioneer, reports—That at   his sale, horses suitable for draught and     good hacks were saleable. The market at present is sparsely supplied with these classes. Bran re-   alised 2s. Maize 4s, 6d. Sundry goods at fair re-         munerative rates. A general feeling prevails to     wait until the weather is fairly settled to enable     diggers to try the resources of the district, when   there is do doubt a large amount of goods will be     placed in the town and country. &am...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.   The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post   Office are as follow:- THE MAILS CLOSE FOR SYDNEY. —Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and Merimbula, Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. and per steamer. to-night. FOR BOMBALA, COOMA, &c., every Tuesday, 3 p.m.   FOR MELBOURNE — By the Steamer, on or about Wednesday next.

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 26TH OCTOBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

FRIDAY, 26th OCTOBER, 1860. We are still occasionally in receipt of a sarcastic rub from the Melbourne Thunderer, for the liberty we took in an early number of this Journal, wherein we prophecied the de- cline of that grand city—" of speedy growth   and premature decay"—and wherein we pre- sumed to foretel the advancement of Eden.   It was not, however, on mere hazard or con-   jecture we ventured to express ourselves so   clearly, but from a lengthened and close   observance of the various stages of decline   which have visibly increased from year to   year since 1854, in the colony of Victoria.   The Argus has certainly made wonderful ex-   ertions to put a good face on all matters, and   we think that all persons who have invested   capital or who are otherwise interested in the   progress of that colony, are greatly indebted ...

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Mining Intelligence. From the Alpine Pioneer, 12th of October. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

Mining Intelligence From the Alpine Pioneer, 12th of October. On New Chum Hill one party have bottomed at 45 feet, and obtained as much as one ounce to the dish ; they are now engaged in slabbing and puddling. Several other holes are going down varying in depth from 30 to 60 feet, and in many instances have come on the drift through which they continue to find gold, though not in paying quantities: they intend sinking till they reach the bottom. The various strata through which they pass would almost puzzle a geologist, no two   holes being exactly similar in their formation—in   some sand, or perhaps more properly decomposed granite whilst in others red clay abounds. The pros- pecting party on the east end of the Hill aree making their pile, having 9 feet of wash dirt, with an average of dwt. to the dish, and are averaging more than an ounce a man a day; their sinking is quite shallow. One party obtained 3 ounces in one dish and then sold out. The party ju...

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LATEST FROM KIANDRA BY TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

LATEST FROM KIANDRA BY TELEGRAPH. Our files of Sydney papers place us in posses- session of Kiandra news, by telegram, up to Mon- day, the 21st instant, but there is nothing spe- cially to notice. On the news of the Wahgumyah rush arriving,       there was quite a panic, the diggers and store- keepers moving off in large numbers. The dig- gers held a meeting to protest against the size of'   the claims at present allotted to them, and tele-   graphed their complaint to the Government, who at once responded by directing the Commissioner   to allow double claims, or 900 feet square.   The weather is still unsettled.   The population is decreasing fast.  

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GOULBURN. Tuesday, 23rd October. (By Telegraph to Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

GOULBOURN. Tuesday, 23rd October. (By Telegraph to Sydney.)   The escorts have arrived with the following mounts of gold : Adelong, 1379 ozs. ; Braid- wood, 1333 ozs.; Kiandra, 1411 ozs., and other places, various smaller quantities. Total,— 3085 ozs.

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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

By the latest Sydney papers which are nearly   devoid of any intelligence of interest, we noticed that the Estimates for the ensuing year have been laid on the tabic of the House of Assembly. The Crown Lands Bill was discussed in Com- mittee, on Thursday last, the 7th clause providing for limited sales in consideration of improve- ments was passed with verbal amendment, the 8th clause was expunged without discussion, and the 9th after much debate was carried with slight amendment, and the debate was ad- journed to Wednesday the 24th. By tele- gram from Melbourne, we observe the Great Britain Steamer cleared on Tuesday, for Liver- pool, with 120,000 ounces of gold; and the prices for flour and wheat were well maintained. ONE OF THE IRRISISTIBLES.-—Anamboo, an African Prince, visiting England, received so many attentions from a celebrated belle of London, that in a moment of tenderness, he could not refrain from laying his hand on his heart and exclaiming, " Oh, madam, if...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

NOTICE. THE BEGA STEAM FLOUR MILLS IS now completed, and prepared to Grind WHEAT in any quantity at 1s. 6d, per bushel.   FLOUR always on hand   AT THE LOWEST CASE RATES.   HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR GOOD WHEAT.   DAVID S. KIRKWOOD Bega, 21st October, 1860. d 31 ASSOCIATION FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF CATTLE STEALING. Office : 227, George-street, Sydney. October 1st. 186O. THE above Association being duly constituted   Rewards proportionate to the value of the Infor-   mation given, will be paid in all cases where such   information will warrant the Association in pro-   secuting, and where a conviction is obtained.   W. C. BRACKENBURY,   al f no 5 Secretary. H. B. WILSON,   WINE, SPIRIT, & COMMISSION   Merchant, &c.,   Is now prepared to make Cash advances on Wool,   Tallow, Hides, &c., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

ALBION HOTEL QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY, To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD T GILBERT AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition on the Premises, the well-known and newly-erected ALBION HOTEL. situate Queen's Wharf, Eden. on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site in the flourishing and improving township of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up without regard to cost: the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-places and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business, Bar Parlour is not too large (...)   comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snuggery." The Dining Rooms are commodious. well furnished, and possess every accommodation usually found in...

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THE CROWN LANDS' BILL. Now before the House of Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

THE CROWN LANDS' BILL, Now before the House of Assembly. ♦ Whereas it is expedient to make better provis-, ion for the occupation of the Crown Lands Be   it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majes-   ty by and with the advice and consent of the Leg-   islative Council and Legislative Assembly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled and   by the authority of the same as follows:— I. The following terms within inverted columns   whenever used herein shall unless the context   otherwise indicate bear the meanings set against them respectively— "Crown Lands"—All Lands vested in Her Ma-   jesty which have not been dedicated to any     public purpose or which have not been granted or lawfully contracted to be granted to any person in fee simple. " 1st Class Settled Districts "—The Lands de - clared to be of the Settled Class under the Orders in Council. " 2nd Class S...

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