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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
MUNICIPAL KLKCTIOXS. Trip ballot for the electinn of eight Aldermen for the city, in the room of llic ei-jlit who retire by rotati&lt; n, took place 011 Saturday last. In t.ome of the wards the contents were wry spirited as is shown by the numbers polled. The official t-faito of the poll was declared shortly after 10 o'clock, and was as follows :— GII'PS WARD—Pour Candidates. Watson* .... .153 Hotiripan 1G0 Culhbert GH Moore 3 Majority for Watson, 184.
Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday, December 11th, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
police $ntcUigrncf. EDEN, Taesdav, December lltli, 1800. (Hcforc 1'. J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) SMALL IlKBTS. j!VAN" v. kkr.lv.—Adjourned to 17tli instant. Cazni- u v. Cartku.—Claim lor i'l J2s. i'J. Verdict for plaintiff. ro JCE CASKS. McBirxf.y v. Sh.k.—AdjimrneJ to 17th inst. Johnston v. Elcock.—No appearance.
Sydney Items. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
£j! fluey Status. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. The following gentlemen have been elected members of the Legislative Assembly, for the electoral districts named below :— Arpvle T. A. Murray Murrumbidgee W. Maclcay Paddington J. Sutherland Goulbourn W. H. Walsh Newcastle J. H.mml! Peterson AV. M. Arnold Bathurst J. Hart East Sydney Chas. Cowper H. Parkes 1) ' ■ ••• J. Caldwell II ••• ... It. Stewart Parramatta J. Lackey „ J. livrnes Northumberland T. Lvwis Edea JJ. Eg.in Southern Gold Fields J. B. Wilson Northern Gold Fields .1. Hoskins Tumut C. Cowper, jun. Upper Hunter ... J. Robertson Jiraiciwood Capt. Moriarty Orange —. IVislcy Yass H. O'lJrien |—Empire. Dec. 11th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
IMLAY STKEET, EDEIST. Imfim Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform the Jnhalitnnts of Mani-hoo, Juandiu, 15 in a. Panhci.a, Svunkv, niul the surrounding Colonics, that lie h;;* jusl completed and opened the above &lt;•:*Unlive J>tiili!ish luent on a scalo, as regardti Aceommuu'aiioii, unrivalled by any house in the district, and which must give satisfaction to the most fastidious. A. F. vi.she.s to inform New Arrivals that lie has several suites of Bkuuoo.vs, together with Private pAiaoUis, for Families. N.B.—WINES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY. CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE The Treasury, New South AValcs, 14lk November, lNi(). CONVEYANCE OP MAILS. CONVEYANCE being required for the Post Office Mails from and to the following places for one year from the first of January next, per sons disposed to Coutract for the same nrc in cited to tmismit their offers, in writing, to the General Post Office, before 12 o'clock, on WE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
PRELIMINARY MEETING AT THE ALMOX HOTEL, THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 13th. J. »E C. YOUNG, ESQ, M.D., in the Chair. Proposed by Mo. Johnston", seconded by Capt. T. C. Thomas— "Thit a Complimentary HALL and SUPPEK be given to WILLIAM SHAW, KSQ., of the Twofold Hay Td*]raph,an Wednesday Evening Nest, at the Rooms of Messrs. T C. and E. It. Thomas, on the occasion of his temporary departure from Eden, for his independent and fearless conduct as a Joimva ist, in promoting the progress of this district." Carried unanimously. Proposed by Mr. Scanlan, and seconded by Mr. George I.idJal Young— " That the following Gentlemen lie appointed a Committee* to carry the previous resolu tion into cfl'eet:— Captain Lloyd, J.P. tJ. I'. Keon, Esq, J.l'. Junies .Manning, JJ.sq. Frederick Hotnan, Esq., M.I). Captain T. C. Thomas J. de C. Young, Esq, M.I). >lr. John Scanlan j „ George Liddnl Young „ Mr. Edward T. Gilbert ! „ J. Hopkins ; „ Waters ,, James Johnston „ Dixson „ Smith „ Richard R. Murphy „ ''ag...
Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] Saturday last, 4.21 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
#UnitM ^ntrlliiicnrf. KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL COaUESrONDUXT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] Saturday last, 4-21 a.m. Tiie escort left with 1002 ozs. of gold, j Crackenback is again being talked about, p.\v- j able gold having been got in the river. A few ore leaving here to-day for there. | The weather continues fine. A. small nugget, weighing about fourteen ounces ws yesterday taken from the same claim as the large nugget a i few days back. Fromtlie K:ne-miIethreehundredouucesa .reek are still raised. The Four-mile m yielding good wages. The ltocky Plains Jiiver is nearly work ed out. New Chum Hill and the claims along the river between it and the township are still highly thought of, and no one can deny but that impartially viewed, there is more gold on these : fields than has ever yet been raised. The dig gings, per se, aro as healthy and remunerative as j ever; hundreds of flats and gulleys around have , never been explored. Many claims are still yielding an ounce ja day: yet ...
Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
tfxtrartsf. Morvya.—Tlic Crops. — My anticipations of j the speedy setting-in of fine weather, as expressed a fortnight a go, proved to lie very incorrect, as until last Satmdaj- evening it continued as wet and cold as it had previously l>i>en for so inanv weeks. On Saturday evening we were visit,-,! |,y a violent thunderbtorm attended with a hail shower, the stones of which were of the avowee mm of marbles. lle|»ort speaks of rather serious damage having been to the wheat crop, much of which is considerably rusted by this untimely and unfavorable weather. The other cereals look well, End the potato crop proniisrs to be most abundant. Such breadths of this valuable tuber as were planted early enough, have furnished an excellent yield. The fruit crops, in the absence of uufoe-een aecidenfs, will prove most abund ant, with the exception of the pear and apricot, which have generally failed. It is well thit the hail-storm in all its intensity did not vi.-it Kiora, or the young and...
Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
(Tou'n Stalk. The talk is that a very valuable copncr field has been discovered not many miles distant from the township, and the f urther talk is that Messrs. Moses and Alarks have gone to Sydney for the purpose of applying for a Crown grant to work it. The townspeople are elated with the idea, and they say it is the most cheering intelligence the Edenites liavehad during the last tnontu.—There is Rome talk about our respected townsman, Mr. Manbv, having been grossly insulted a few days sinee by a soi disant Captain. The further talk ia that the man of war made a most ample apology in writing to the man of law, and that the latter withdrew the case.—There is some talk about the A. S. N. Co. taking oft' their fcteauiers at the end of this month from calling at this port, which is very sad, considering that the company started lately tinder Mr. George Doran's auspices is no longer talked about, and supposed to be defuuet.—There is some talk about a ball being got at Christmas, to kee...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
jftipirfug fntcUiflciirc. l'ORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD HAY. AVind N.W., weather fine. Akmv.ujs. December 12.— City of Sydney steamer, It. Moodie, from .Melbourne pas sengers 3 December 12,—Wouga Wanga steamer, Walker, from Sydney pusseugerc 4. Depautcrks. December 11.—Gyjiscy schooner, Shepheid, for Sydney passengers u. December 12.—City of Sydney steamer, It. Moo die, for Sydney passengers 4. December 12.—Wonga Wouga feteumer, Walker, for Melbourne passengers 17 Imports. j City of Sydney, Melbourne —1 ca«o printing , materials, Messrs* Solomon Barclay and i)oran. Wonga Wonga from Sydney.—i 1 chests tea, 1 j tin cofl'ee, 1 bos soap, T.'C. Thomas; 1 ease bath ' bricks 1 case oil, 4 loses sperms, 1 cask oatmeal, 1 case curry powder, 1 bos pipes 10 eases brandy G. Barclay ; 20 Pile shoe.*, SO washers, A. Blair j 1 parcel, Farrell; 1 panel, Agent of Crowu Lauds; 1 trunk Win. Shaw, Exports. Gypsev for Sydney.—5,000 feet hardwood 4 csks tollow, 1 lot sheepskins.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
STEAM BETWEEN Sydney &Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far the nearest. Port to the Kiandra \ Digging, the Directors of the I.S.X. Cu. liave | resolved on the j PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT j of the Steamship I "HUNT E K," I Between Merimbula and Sydney, leaving Sy&lt;1- j ucy every Fill DAY at 10 a.m., ami .MerimiJula ' every SUNDAY, at 0 a.m. j FARES.: 30s. only. j KB.—Travellers may r.ly upon the iitiv.irvin^ regularity of the Steamer, as well as upm ' h. r j great spead in any weather. d ;jl STEAM TO MELBOURNE. The City of Sydney, on Sunday. STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE WONGA WONGA, Tri-:s»AV xicirr. PIBSf SHU' for t!ie Fl-HRCAltY SALES ; ABEUDEEX UXE of CUPPERS. For LOX1 )OX, Direct, To wiil positively December!', j The new Abcrdec 11 Clipper-built Ship, j MOB AY1AX, | A 1 10 years, j !)GS tons per renter, WILLIAM ED'tVAlll), Commander, I This noble vessel was built expressly fur the ; Australian trade, by Walter Hood ami Company, j and...
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 14TH DECEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
StUipxpk. FRIDAY, 14rn DECEMBER, 1SC0. The Elections still continue to absorb the I attention of tbe people of this Colony, and a j few days more will give us the result of this j last appeal to public opinion on the important' question of " Free Selection before Survey." So far as the elections have already concluded, the principle of free selection before survey has had an. almost complete triumph, twenty j members having been elected who have pro -1 tiounced in favour of the 13tli clause, and but1 one against it. It is therefore only reasonable to believe that on the result of the whole of the present elections Ministers will find them selves fortified with a considerable increase in the number of their Parliamentary sup porters, and that we bhall, at no very distant date, and spite of all opposition, see a Land Bill carried through our Parliament, which will afford great satisfaction to tbe mass of the people, and give an impetus to the .prosperity of this country which it has n...
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860
Arrival and Departure of Wails. The Postal arrangements at tho Eden Post Office are as follow :— Tub Mails Abrivk, From Bomuala axd Cooma, every Sunday 3 p.m. Tnu Mails Close, Fob Sydney.—Via Nelligen, Boca, Panbula, and Meriinbula, Erery Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. and by the Steamer on Tuesday. For Melbourm:,—By tlie Steamer on Saturday. For Bombala, Cooma, &c-, every Tuesday, 3 p.m For Hobabt Town.—By tlw Tasmania "on Sat urday, at 9 p.m.
ILLAWARRA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860
IT.T.AWA11RA. ELECTION. Mr. Haworth 476 „ Stewart 420 Majority for Ha worth 06 COOMA. The nomination of candidates for the district of Maneroocame off on Wednesday last, at the Lord Hag-Inn Inn, Cooma, the verandah making an excellent hustings. About 150 people were present, and ou the hustings were several leading gentlemen of the Cooma District, and some visitors from Bnmbaiaand Kiandra. Mr. Joseph Ward proposed and Mr. Win. Morton seconded the nomination of Mr. Thomas Garrett, Mr. Maurice Harnett proposed and Mr. Arthur Bloom field seconded Mr. Patrick Clifford. Mr. C. H. Baddely proposed, and Mr. Stafford seconded, Mr Henry Keaterton. Mr. Garri-tt adrtresed the electors in a speech of considerable length, ex tending over an hour, in which he gave his opin ions on all the leading topics of the day, and es pecially the Land Question, in which he was in favor of Free Selection before Surrey. Mr. Cliff ord addressed the electors amid some confusion, groans, and a few cheers. On Mr.K...
LATEST FROM KIANDRA. [FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE Sydney Morning Herald.] [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Friday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860
LATEST FROM KlANDItA. [from the special correspondent of tue Sydney Morning Herald.] [uy Elf,ctric Telegraph.] Friday, 8 p.m. Commissioner Clocte proceeds to Crackenback on Monday. The accounts continue most favor able, Tliis place is getting quite deserted. PENIUTH. Fridov, 9 p.m. NEPEAN ELECTION. The election commenced this mornitg at the various polling-places. The following is the re sult.—Hyiin, if Ii3; Jamison, 236; Smith, 46. Majority for Mr. Ryan, 77. WEST MAITLAND. Friday, 9 p.m. Mr. Dickson is returned by a majority of 280 over Mr. Cox. MORPETH ELECTION. Mr. David Buchanan is r> turned by a majority of 47 over Mr. Samuel Cohen. Mr. Yeomaus has retired from the contest for West Maitlaud, but Mr. Cheater expresses his intention of goitg to the po 1. MANARO ELECTION. The returns for Cooma and Kiandra are as fol lows :— Garrett 94 Clifford 58 The result from the other polling places not known at present. Very hot weather here. BATHURST. 6 p.m. A report is current in town th...
Police Intelligence. EDEN, Monday, December 17th, 1860. (Before G. Barclay, Capt. Lloyd, and G. P. Keon, Esqs., J.P.'s). POLICE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860
gotire ^ntdiigcurf. EDEN, Monday, December 17th, 1860. (Before G. Barclay, Cant. l.loyd, aud G. P. Keon, Ksqs., J.P.'s). ro -ICE CASES. "SVi'liam McCrory was charged by P. J. Murray with being illegally on Ins premises. P. J. Murray sworn—Betiveeu 12 and I o'clock on Sunday morning, the servant came to my bed room, and informed me the child's maid had seen two men in (he yard. She had s.mc occasion to go out to the clothes line, and a man knocked up a-rainst her. At the same time she hearda wliihtle coming from Mr. Lewis's stable. She said the man was to close to her that she full over a heap of woo'', and she saw the min go to tnothtr part of the yard. I got up and dressed and went for the constables, and on returning f mnd the prisoner near the spot indicated by the | maid, but on the opposite side of the fence in the school-house reserve. I might state that the pri soner pretended to be drunk, but I said you will nor gammon me in this way; 1 know you are per fectly sober, and the...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860
AMERICA. Walker, the FiUibuster, has been shot by order of the authorities. During a procession in New York a man t-tcjijied onl of the crowd and aimed a heavy blow at the Prince of Wales, at the same time giving utterance to the most opprobrious epithets. The Pr.nce c scaped the blow. The ruffian, who is said to be insane, was immediately arrested.
Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SPLENDID NUGGET OF 23½ POUNDS AVOIRDUPOIS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860
#!iuinji ^ntflliacnrr. KIAXDRA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) SPLENDID NUGGET OF 23POUNDS AVOIRDUPOIS. December 8.—Another large nugget of quartz and gold was found last week, by a party of three, at "VVhipstick Gully, about twenty-five feet below tne surface. The nugget much resem bles the 27 lbs. weight ono which made so much stir a few months ago, but it is somewhat thicker and shorter. On the whole it is certainly not so large, but from its great weight must be worth from £700 to £800. Bather a nice day's work for men who were grumb!in» and thinking of leaving for one of the new rushes. It was Bome what curious that ihe original 27 lb. nugget had only just been bought the week before by the Oriental Bank, for somewhat about £800, crushed up, and the proceeds si-nt down to the Mint Re port gives the return as over 250 ounces. Many Cersons believed this last find all sham, and num ers would not be satisfied without actually viewing and handling the golden mass. I have seen it yesterda...