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FRANCE. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
FRANCE. rAitis, Tuesday. | The 2/oviteur publishes M. Fould's speech on agricultural machinery at Tarbcs. He recalled the moderation of the Emperor thown after the late war, and said that moderation of the past is a guarantee for the future. He advises the people not to be led away by the feeling of uneasiness which j-r».i-(ics are strenuously endeavouring to spread. France knows tl:c Emperor to be strong enough to inspire .all with re-pout, and to be ton loyal and too faiiliful an ally to manage the rights of others. The effective force of the French army will be inereascd next month 100,000 men, in consequence of the incorporation of the conscription of 1809, which is to take place at that period.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
Mr. E. W. LAYTON, Auctioneer, land & commission AGENT, IMLAY STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT. sales by auction effected at Panbula and Bega when required. Sccurc paddocks have beat engaged at convenient distances for the reception of Horse Stock or Cattle intended for AuctioD or Private Sate, together with a stockyard in the Township. au 31 Slabs, &c., &c., in anv quantitr, may be had from the splitters' party, three and a-half miles from Eden, on the road to Panbula. oc3I , ^ctofrtisramt*. MB. CUBITT, our Agent in SYDNKY for the receipt of ADV EltTISEMKNTS, hu KKMOVED from IIUNTEB srSKET to BHIDGK STREET. HORSE BAZAAR, PITl' k CASTLEREAGH STREETS, SYDNEY. ESTABLISHED 1847. BURT & CO. Hold t rrguiar Sale by Auction, evcrr day, Horses intended for Sale should Arrive at the Bix&ar, ttccompanicd l>v instructions, one day previous, in order to be ]>ro]>erlj- dtviwed, tried and shewn. Tlte usual Cash Advances on invoices of Sad dlirv, Ci...
AUCKLAND. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
AUCKLAND. i Anmv/.LS. July 19.—Eginont, from London. July 20. i —CoiifiUincp, from Sydney, July 21.—Katr,"fn>m ' Newcastle ; Tyne, from jflobart Town. j Dlil'AllTCRKS. July 6.—Camilla, from South Seas; July 7. —Nugget, for Callao. July 10.—(loos ^o I lender- \ son, for Tamiiki. July 28.—Constance, for San Francisco. ] The Rangatira.—This favorite vessel arrived here on Sunday, at 2.10 p.m., having left Sydney Heads nt 4 p.m. on the previous daj', thus accom plishing tlie run in the short space, of 22 hours, besides having to contend against a .string southerly breeze the whole passage. The temporary damage sustained during her previous voyage from Me.bourue lias been repaired, and j she has l>een refitted with a three-hladcd pro-1 ] teller, which has considerably increased licr! speed. She loft this port for Melbourne at i 3 p.m. | Loss of titk Union.—The following meagre j particulars resjiefting the loss of the alwve vc-s.-i ; appears in the Xew ZcalanJcr of the l>t Aii- ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
MELUOUItNli M AUK ETS. The followiiigis from l'u'W's aud Rutherford11 &lt; 'irrulur:— The market was baitlv supplii d on the first two days of the week, ami our last quotations wen; i'uilv maintained; but towards (lie closc of Wednesday's sales, prices dropped slightly, and a jiortion of "Clarke's cattle none withdrawn. The quality offering tliis week lias been decidedly uliove the average:—Host bullocks, from 10/. to I.')/. ; second do, 0/. His. to '.U. 10s.; best cows, 7/. 10s. toil/. 10s, Fat Sheep.—Nam her in, 9,022. Wc would fain hope the exce eivc supplies glutting our market for some weeks past are nuw on the wane. The supply brought forward tl is week has been mode rate, with prices stationary:—lie-t weathers sold from 10s. to 216.; second do, lCs. to 18s. 6d.; best j ewes, 15s. to 17a. Lambs.—2S3 iu, and sold at from 12s. &lt;iJ. to 14s. Cd. Calves.—Number in 105, realising prices rang ing from 2ds. to 55s. Store Cattle.—The same apathy exists, and un less f...
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, MONDAY Evening, August 13th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
COMMERCIAL. Tdegraph Office, Monday Evening, August 13th, 1860. The transactions since our last hare slightly improved. The flour market still continues dvill, beet br&wte offering at from £21 to £22 per !tonfor^i^fi%aaiity. Bran, pollard, and oats, remain steady but there is not a large supply in the market. -Bonded goods are Messrs.'.^r^. merchants of this p°^ ^ large public;us.itliajwewat the pecyl^c^Ebey; have - Appended■ lo her flje 1 wither jwetioaL - J,
EUROPEAN NEWS. By Electric Telegraph. ARRIVAL OF THE SUFFOLK, AT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
EUROPEAN NEWS. By Electric Telegraph. ARRIVAL OF THE SUFFOLK, AT MELBOURNE. The following is from the Sydney Morning Herald of .Saturday :— MELBOURNE. FllOM OEE COHIIESI'ONDEXT. Thursday Evening. Tin; Sufl'olk arrived from England with date* to the 30tli Slay. Garibnldi has been defeated. The Timt'i telegram sa\B official intelligence of tlie expedition of Garibaldi had been received in Naples on the 18th ot May. The bands of Garibaldi have been attacked at the point of the bayonet by the royal troops near Calata I'Vina, and totally routed, leaving on the field their (lag and a prat number of killed and wounded, among' whom was one of their chiefs. Saturday Evening;.—It ib asserted here that the fight a't Caluta Faina was not decisive. The Neapolitan troops reinforced Palermo. Two columns of 3000 men each have been sent to jiui'-ik' im-urgents. It is estimated tliat &lt;3000 Sicilians have joined Garibaldi. The following arc the latest items cf inte'li genee:— CAPTURE OF PAL...
Mining Intelligence. LATEST FROM KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
iutetligcuff. LATEST PROM KIANDRA. 6th August.—Thaw has sot-in -for the last three days. The enow is disappearing fast from the, tops of jtliQ $utBtaflw£*WthB lower grotuiq, , Walkipg across it unoy a matter of great. 4ifBci#j,u»nd: Bom^jdangCT.. liei hard crust u giving that it nolQJigfliuJieara witii linjriseiWn^^Bdijeyerjr! iu^-umb -&lt;tlfcf;i> nearly knee-deeJ)Jifl4npF»i,Fi'ater,&lt;Bud mud, The towp js WAlpfufp ^ater-rjmutf and slush orerone'aanBW^slii'i tK:[r; .. »?. , The ri,ver isgettinffun, and it is to bo feared will soon flood' out all those working in Its' bed. The races affc all bahk high.' Gr6luid slucing is being vigorously proceeded with, and all the alluvial claimB nave plenty of water, - - Wcathfa^Vhifih threatened'to bir dirty at tlie change of the moon, seertis inclined to keep flue. Yesterday aud to day bright and very warm in the sun. Escorts.—4th. The escort-eatue in hero from Cooma, but had it uot been joined .by thg .one ! from Sydney. It...
INTENTIONS ASCRIBED TO GARIBALDI. PARIS, May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
| INTENTIONS ASCltlDHl) TO GARIBALDI. Paiiis, .May 28th. I i iic rame oi tins evening says :—" The des patches reetived from Sicily ave vcrv contradic tory. One of tliem asserts that Bixfo has been killed." The J'atrie adds, the insurrection is being organised to such an extent that its defini tive results are do longer doubtful. The full of Palermo is inevitable, being only a question of j time. As soon as the insurrection becomes mis tress of Palermo, Garibaldi will declare Sicily annexed to the Italian kingdom, reserving tlio ratification of his resolution to universal suffrage. A provisional Government, under the presidency ; of Garibaldi, would then direct the insurrection Paws, May 26.—The Patrie of this evening publishes details identical with those contained in the despatch from Marseilles, and adds it wan believed that the assault on Palermo will uot take place before the 27th instant. Hie committee of the insurrection have issued the following liotifi ca'ion"The iuyinc'ble...
Loral Intelligence. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
gntdtigoiff. PUBLIC MEETING. In pursuance of requisition a meeting was lielrl in the Court-house, Etlcn, ou Saturday even ing last, to take into consideration what steps should he adopted with regard to the establish ment of public worship, ami ihc erection of a church in this township. I'. J. MrnnAY, Esq., P.M., was voted to the chair, nnd opemd the procmlinjrs by stating, that lie had had the honor of pref-idinj; over several meetings in Eden, hut he believed the present one of greater importance than any he had pre viously attended. It was not for him to know whether it would be necessary to establish one or more places of worship,—but fully impressed with the importance of having religiou amongst us, he would say that if the liueting agreed to have all three, lie would subscribe equally to each. (Cheers.) Tile fir=t thing incumbent upon ?he meeting wriuld be to appoint a .secretary. Captain Dokan proposed, and Mr. T. A. Wii.LIams seconded, that Mr. Blow act as secre tary. Carrie...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
SYDNEY MARKETS. The following is abridged from ijje JSydncy aid, lltli le^The c&lt; " jStival' Ibr the 61. 5s, haB y, but |e first 31, 5s. five sufferecfSrery mucG iut a good flock of heavy •weights jt an advance on quotations, nsidc-rable inactivity has been fihown in this market, but as the winter terminates inquiries ibr stanch draught horses and good up standing colte will be likely to increase. Wool.—Little or no business has been eflcctcJ the last few weeks, owing to the inclemency of tiie weather ; prices, therefore, are nominally the sntne as last quotations. Hides.—There has been little inquiry for best heavy shipping, but very few arriving. Inferior and light continue dull of sale. All Hold this week realised from 3s. to lGs. Tallow.—This market better supplied ; anil, owing to tl'o demand for shipment, prices nuiiu tiiiiicd their former quotations. We quote mutton 45s. to 43s. per cwt., beef, 37s. to ills., station tallow 36s. to 47s. Stations.—There are several b...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.E., light Weather fine ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
^hipping PORT OF EDEN, TJg#)£o|a$3AY. Wind, S.JS., light Aubiv August 10.—Tasmania, lfr»t 40Gtfj|§»ns, Johtfl Cljnch. frra|BTd«jS?.Sth iustfl o; >' r°, j Barclay, agc^t.' „ 12.—Kongotiva, str., 700 tons, Captain j Moodie, from Sydney, 11th instl Passengers, saloon, All*. M'Leric, nnd another, and 14 in the btcera^e.—S. & II. Solomons, Agents. „ 13.—Marv and ltose, ech., 86 tonp, A S. ^VilJian.fi, from Sydney. lir.vA'RTrnr.s. August 20.— Tasmania, sfr., 400 tons., John tlinrli, for Hobart Town. „ 12.—Rangatira, Mr., for Melbourne. j 13.—Mary and Hose, for Melbourne. I iMPORts. ! Tasmania.—a quantity of kegs, 1 case, 1 do. ; hoots, 1 bos tobacco, 1 ■ciicst tea, 1 case porcelain, | lierthasn; 2 lihds. ale, 1 ca*e brandy. 1 case, 1 ] keg, 1 cflso, Burclav ; 1 package harness, Uolsia ; j "7 pine and cc'ar fxjnrds, 1 ease, 4 bundles sofa j legs, I case axes, 1 cask whiting, 1 keg, 2 kegs white lead, 2 cases pipes, 2 do. t.il>RCC>>, 2 loses ] candles, 2 do. soap. 2 do. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at Ull&dulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter And more easy than any other to the Kiundni Diggings, hnviii£ houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 80s. Steerage. * " N.B.—A steainpackct starts from Mcrimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 MERIMBULA STEAMER. AFTER the 1st of September nest, then.' will l« a regular SALE BY AUCTION OF SERVICEABLE HORSES, Saddles, Pack Saddles, &c., Immediately after the anivul of each Steamer. alt f c . THE NOWRA STEAMER WILL be in the PAXBULA RIVER on WEDNESDAY next, weather permitting. Potaloe Shippers arc requested to use their best endeavours to farther the despatch of the Boat. If inducements offer, it will, no doubt, be a per manent arrangement. ADAM K. PAGE, c Agent for the Illuwarra Steam Co. Tin; A. S. X. COMPANY'S STEAMERS w...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
SYDNEY. V > ABBIVAU5. A«gurt fi.—Oplii^ "bqe., fro.n Liverpool, 2nd Apnl; Pct»«ng}lif*£#fp, from Hong Kong • 'Bur nett, brig.from tii£Chathnm Islands; Bon-ngaria, bqe, from the Dowus, 4th April; Wjlhelmina and Elisfc'#^;;tft'onii Amsterdam, 6th April Fortune, nig, from Melbourne; Jliaaia, oqe., from Melbonme; Woodlark, bqe., returned to port. August 7,—Lord Ashley, str, from Auck land ; Balmora,Lbge., from Glasgow, 10th April; the Clarence Jliver; August 8. -s^offiurmeiwl, 'brig, from Adelaide';"K etr., from the Clyde River; Mimosa, str., Mferimbulaj Maria, bqe., from fjtfgifc Sound; Will&ui IV^etr;, from Fort Macouirie. ^August 9. —Ludwig Ileya^sUip, from the. Downs, 13th 'from Port Cooper j Golden "dboUrntf ^ fciiid, aoh ia^ .pinlaon, Mjr, Wtnrtied to port; ; AuguatlO.—Will.iflT?.fr>jffyWiP) from Melbourne j • •'•••- -bjR ,ffe®^wteveaend, Iflth-April: 1%' Isle (of^ijpit, 19 th Brilliant, wy 'peiiiflon.! for lbo«mujru»t ft Projected Departures. For South Seas.—Amhurst...
MERIMBULA. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 August 1860
MEIUMBILA. Arrival. August 11.—Muncsn, ttr., from Sydney j Passengers, is. Imports. j Min>o*a.—92 bundle?, 6 sets table ]rg,«, 6 do. j wash tubs, G cases, 1 bundle ri'lging, U kegs, 1 j cramp, Thornton ; 1 paper parcel, Sattlor ; 2 case?, 5 kegs, 1 bundle, Uuttcry; 6 bundlts ferke, &c, 3 coils rojK-, 500 fei't boards, Hamilton ; 1 small bale, 1 camp oven, Picknrd : 80 bag-s flour, fi kegs 1 casn, 22 bag- wit. Stores; 18 bags nnd 2 mats Ktijar, 1 chest tea, 1 ensc, 1 package tolxicco, Dciiiicf t; 2 boxcv, 1 case, Farre'l ; 8 cast's, 1 cask. 1 pai-cel. Covington ; 1 box seed, Bill ; 2 Iru-w-s Imy, Thompson ; 2 clients tea, 1 case, 1 l»>x. 14 haps sugar, 11. Wren ; 1 saddle, .lajrgcrs ; 10 bag-. sugar, 1 case, Smith ; 1 ca&lt;e, H&lt; nwood ; 1 |>ac!;uj.'0 broom-heads, 1 pole dray, 35 eases, 1 paekage salmon ; 1 package lamps, 2 f-raikH vinegar, 4 doz. American buckets, 1 parcel, 12 ma's Migar, 1 bale, l'nge; 8 bags nugar, 2 che&lt;ts tea, 8 can...
SINGAPORE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860
SINGAPORE. Arrivau. June i.—SwifUure, from Swan River. June 3. —Gala, from New Zealand. PA6SF.D SCNDA. June !4.—Victoria, from Manilla,forMelbourne. June 15.—Petronella, from Hong Kong, for Sydney. June 17.—George Lee, from Melbourne for Singapore. Toe Wong a Wong a left Sandridgo Pier, at I p.m. on the 13th inst., arrired here on the next night at 9.30, and left 10.25. Experienced light winds during the passage, and fiue weather. The Janet Dixon.—'This vessel left Port Phillip Heads for this port on tbe 27th ult By private letters intelligence has been received that: she was ashore in Sadors' Cave, having' lost her anchors. The cargo is safe, and the Captain had ; sent to Port Albeit for anchors. Her arrival is daily expected. Notice to Mariners.—Department of Ports and Harbours,—Williomstown, August 8, 18C0. —Notice is hereby given that, on and after the 15th of September next, Chinese gongs will l>e sounded on board the light vessels as fog signal*, instead of balls as at pres...