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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Troofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
(fUmempfindeace, To the Editor of the TioofoUL Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. Sin,—In reference to a letter 'which appeared in your issue of 7th inst, signed Henry Duncan, I beg to state that the persunB referred to by you in a former number volunteered their services to accompany me and Constable Luff in search of the unfortunate man 'who strayed away in de lirium tremens, and after we had searched a long time in the bush, met Duncan who was search ing for bullocks. We made enquiries about the missing man, and parte J. In s few minutes we heard a coocy, and on turning round, Duucanand his party pointed to the poor fellow who was climbing up a hill. Under those circumstances I recommended that the reward should be distri buted amongst those who had been out all the morning in ncarch, and carried the man into town, a distance of three miles. I have no intention to enter into a newspaper controversy, but I deem it incumbent upon mo to make this statement. lam, Sir,you^M&^TALllE1L ...
Shipping Intelligence PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.E.; weather, cold. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
jftsiypiog fnteUigfttff. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.E.; weather, cold. AttMVALS. August 8.—Alarm, brig, 195 tons, Mitchell, from Hob&rt Town, 30th ult. Fas* eengers.14. „ Northern Light, «h., 80 tons, Tobin, from Launoeston, 2nd hurt. Pas sengers Messrs. Ward, West,' Bailv, Brown, Jamicsoii, Ilcamso, Singling, Phillip, Brown, Elliott, End, Johnston, Carter Gill, Wood, Johnston, Cotton.—T. A. Wil liams, agent „ Wonga Wonga, str., D. Walker,! from Sidney, Till inst. Passen gers, € in the steerage S. & H. Solomons, agents. „ 9.—London, str,, 400 tons, Moodie, from Melbourne, 7th jnst. Passengers, jpnloon, Mr, Cameron, and 22 in ll;e hteorage.—S. & H. Solomons, agents. Departures. August 7.—City of Sydney, brig, for Lnun co->Um. „ Wonga Wonga, str, D. Walker, for Melbourne. „ 9.—London, str, Moodie, for Sydney. „ 9.—Northern Light, sch., for Sydney. „ 9.—Freak, sch., for Newcastle, with part of original cargo. Imports. Alarm.—20,000 feet timber, 9,000 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
THE a. S. N. COMPANY's STEAMEUS will call hero - regularly to and from Sydney ana Melbourne every week. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phocuix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets Jo not call at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiandra Diggings, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. n.b.—A steampneket starts from Mcrimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, EDEN, TWOFOLD bay. every Tuesday. oc 2 MERIMBULA STEAMER. AFTER the let of September nest, there will be a regular SALE BY AUCTION OF SERVICEABLE HORSES, Saddles, Pack Saddles, &c., Immediately after the arrival of each Steamer. alt f c BENJAMIN LOEWY, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT, BEGS 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...
NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
NEWCASTLE I Arrivals. August 2.—Yarra Yarra, utr., from Svdney. August 3.—Sarah, brig, from Sydney; Gwselle, brig, from Sydney. August 4.—Urara, Btr., from Sydney ; Warren Goddard, sch., from Melbourne. August 5.—Ik-stadqoulo, bqc., from Melbourne; ltessey, bqc., from Melbourne; I-eoiiidaa, bqe, from Melbourne; Juverna, bqe., from Melbourne, August ,6.—Adolphus, sch., from Melbourne; Jancti%rig, trom Melbourne ; Jersey, sch., from «• .Mcibourue ; Douglass, sch from Melbourne ; Ellen, brig, from Melbourne: Metador, bqe., from Melbourne; Drover, brig, from Melbourne Departures. August 2.—Clarendon, brig, for Melbourne; Yarra Yarra, str., for Moretonr-liay; Duke of Wellington, f-eli, for Sydney. August 4.—Urara, «ir, for tbt> Gajvr.ce. August 5.—Cyclone, 6ch., for the lticlunbnd. Coasters Inwards. Augusta.—Pacific, William Iluchanan, Trial, XabertyMfirgarct and Mary, Gol^seeker, Chri»to pMr'Oeoige, Albion, Bonaparte, from Sydney. , A«gmt 4.—.Vcphfc;jybion. August 5.—Atlantic, * Nanc...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
SYDNEY. Arrivals. August 3.—Tasmania, sir., from Hobart Town, Melbourne and Kdi n ; Billiinu, t-hip, from lio IIo ; IU dan, fhiji, froui tho Downs, Sth ApriL August 4.—Telegraph, str., froui Brisbane; Kiama, from Clyde Hirer; Susan, brig, from Kingsmills' Group; J la veil, sch., from Chatham Islands. August 5.—British, ship, from the Downs, 22nd April; Achilles, ship from San Francisco; Uonuio Doon, brig, from .Melbourne; Yam, sch., from Launceston and Eden ; Ard millan, ship, from the Downs, Uth April; Exact, brig, from Oporto; Hiroudeile, bcJi., from Chat ham Islands; August 6.—Burnett, brig, from Chatham Islands ; Ophis, brijr, from Liverpool; Wilhelaiiua and Eliza, brig, from Amsterdam ; l't'bonelia, Bhip, from Hong Kong ; Berengeria, brig, from the Downs, 4th April; Fortune, brig, from Melbourne; Miami, brig, from Melbourne. Departures, August 3.—Centurion, for London ; Urara, for Grafton. August 4.—General Wool, f t Geelong; Hollinbide, ior London; Mary and ltose, for Mel bour...
Police Intelligence. EDEN, TUESDAY, 7th August, 1860. (Before their Worships P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., G. P. Keon, and G. Barclay, Esqrs., J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
goitre *jtttcuiflc»cc. EDEN, Tuesday, 7th August, 1860. (Before their Worships 1'. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., G. P. Keon, and G. Barclay, Esqrs., J.Ps.) \ Lavington v. Johnston.—Defendant assorted that he loit the summons, and was ignorant of the clausc compelling a pica of defence to be made two days previous to hearing, and as he had a material witness to produce, begged an adjournment for a foiiuight. Adjournment granted accordingly, with a caution that no such concession would be made iu future. Cazxkau v. Scanlan.—No appearance. Barclay v. Shea.—Summons 10 recover tho amount of two promissory notes. No appear ance on the part, of defendant. Mr. William I'rescott sworn, testified to the genuiness of both signatures, and a verdict was recorded for plaintiff in both cases. Strangways, Archer, and Craige, were brought up charged with being drunk and disorderly. Defendants pleaded guilty and were severally fined £l each. Constable Lcff v. Silk.—Adjourned to the 14th inst., in consequenc...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Arrival and Depahtdre of Mailb. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follows The Mail Avurn, From Sydney, ria the Coast, this day, 3 p.m.; by the Bangatira, Sunday, at neon; and via Bombala, 3 pm; via the Coast, Monday, 3p.ni. From Mel^ockne, Sunday night. Th* iiut Olobbb, Foa Sydney, by steamer, to-morrow, 0 p.m.
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 10TH AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Hk StUgtxjrfc. FRIDAY, 10TH AUGUST, I860. We have repeatedly urged the necessity of | absorbing the population attracted hither by the Snowy River gold-fields, in legitimate pursuits within the colony,—and upon calm consideration this subject will be found of the most vital importance to our future prosperity. It may be asserted that if the Snowy River realize the opinion at present entertained, and prove rich and remunerative gold-fields, that manifold interests will arise sufficient to employ the capital which they produce. This is wholly an untenable idea, and from experience we have reason to believe the contrary. If Kiandra prove both rich and extensive, we may expect to pass through all the changes that have taken place in the Colony of Victoria during the last few years, and nothing more. Iherc is nothing new before us. The channel has been already navigated by our friends across the border, I and if wq plunge Mindly upon the sands and breakers that have nearly rendered their...
ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
ADELAIDE. Arrivals. August 3.—Pilot, bgtne, from Hobait Town; Maid of Vans, str., from Port Elliot, departures. August 3.—Adelaide, bgtne., for Melbourne; E. Clare,- ifcch^ "for Port Elliot; Stag, bqe., for Mauritius. The Alarm left Hobart Town on the 30th uH„ and experienced dead calms and very light winds during the passage. For several days the glass Btood at 30.60J. Passed a largo vessel off the Howe, and arrived here on the 8th inst. The Northern Light left Launccston on the 1st inst., had fair weather during the voyage, not a ripple disturbing the water. No sickness on board, all the passengers doing justice to tiie cuddy table. She arrived here on the 8th inst. The Wonga Wonga arrived here aliout noan on Wednesday, and left for Melbourne shortly after. The London left Sandridge Wharf at 1 p.m. on Monday, experienced variable winds during the passage, entered this harbour yesterday morning, at 8.30, and left again at 9.30 a.m.
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, August 9th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Thursday Evening, August 9th, 1860. Sincc our last publication, trade has been rather brisk, although the real amount of transactions are comparatively light. A great deal of storage is going on. Flour.—Brat brands, from £22 to £23 j>er ton for first quality; the market is wall stocked. Bran, 2s. per bubhel; pollard, none; Colonial oats, 5s. to 5s. Gd. per bushel; potatoes, 10s. to lis. per cwt. Ale and Porter.—Bottled Stout in casks, first quality, 12s. to 12s. 6ti. per dozen ; sccond quality, 10s. 9d. to 1 Is.; third quality, 9s. to 10s.; Ale, from 9s. fid. to 12s. per dozen, iu four dozen cases. Wines.—Port, draught, from 9s. to 16s. per gallon; Sherry, do., do.; Port, in bottle, from 24s. to 40s. per dozen ; Sherry, do.; Champagne, in quart bottles, from 27s. to 40s. iter case. SriRirs.—MartdPs Brandy, from 20s. to 27s. per gallon ; Jamaica Rum, from 12s. to I8s. per gallon ; Hollands Gin, 60s. per 4 gallon case. Tobacco.—Negroheaa, Barrett's bes...
COMMERCIAL CODE OF SIGNALS FOR THE USE OF ALL NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
COMMERCIAL CODE OF SIGNALS FOK THE USE OF ALL NATIONS. j Wo arc this week enabled to add to tho opinions of practical men in aft directions upon the pro spectivo value to maritime commerce of (lie Com mercial Code of Siguale, (hat of (he distinguished ' American hydrographer, Lieutenant Maury. Ihc new system has not only been favorably received in America, but it has been specially referred to the Committee on Commerce of the House of Re presentatives, who, it seems, have referred the matter to Mr. Kliot, of Massachusetts, with in structions to draw up a bill to provide for the in troduction of the code into, we presume, both the Navy and the Mercantile Marine of the United States. Mr. Eliot has taken the opinion of Lieu tenant Slaury as to the character of the code, and the expediency of legislation in regard to it; and of that officer's views our readers arc now in possession. Lieutenant Maury is evidently well acquainted with the origin of the codc which has been re ferred to him...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 10 August 1860
Local Intelligence. WHALING. — On Tuesday night last the Com- pany's boat secured a " humper," and on the &nbsp; following morning had the good fortune to cap- ture two others. Yesterday, both the Company's boats were seen fast off the South Head. What description of whales they have captured has not yet reached town. THE MELBOURNE MAIL. — The Melbourne mail was left behind on Wednesday last by the Wonga Wonga.
THE MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
THE MAHKIAGK OF TIIE I'Jl'XCE OF WALES. There is a rumour abroad about the forthcoming matrimonial alliance of the heir-apparent to the 1 Iritish throne with a Princess of Prussia. Gir liiati nev. epujiirs, solemn always and full of eru dition. inform us that all the pirticilars of this union have long been determined on—arranged, in fact, at the time of the nu'.-tials of our Princess lloval with young Prince Frederick W'ilhelni as l'liiMjia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
BENJAMIN LOEWY, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY, BEOS to call the attention of the Ladies and Gentlemen of E1)ENT, and the surrounding Neighbourhood, to his superior Stock of DRAPERY, Men's Clothing, Toilet Articles, Jic.. Sic. B. L. wishes further to state tliat from his pcrfect knowledge of the (mile, sclcctfng the Goods himself, aud 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 Girl's Cloaks and Jackets, &c., &c., Just Arrived, c NOTICE. ALL Persons INDEBTED to the late Mr JOHN HIBBUUI), of beg a, deceased, i arc hereby requested to pay the said Accounts I forthwith. And aU DEBTS due by the late Mr.1 John Hibburd must be sent iu, and if found cor^ rect will be liquidated by the Undersigned, ''; chableb Spears, ANDREW BIXON, Executors under the-Will 'ofthe late John HibbiirS. " ** Rocky Hall, 6th August^ lStiO. alt tou 2f MATRIMONY. A Young OENT^3EM^if,dffnoderate Inc...