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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

aou'n Salfe. The talk is that great preparations have been nude for the furthcoming Complimentary Ball at Mc8irs. Thomas's Store, and white kids are in request at 60 per cent advance uj>on Sydney rates. The further taU is that the Committee have been so lavish in their outlay on this occasion, and the expenditure so alarming, that Dr. de Young, on mature reflection, declined his share of the res ponsibility, and resigned his office; and that Mr. Hopkins (of the firm of Hopkins and Waters) was unanimously eiocted thereto.—There is great talk about the new rush to Crack-em-back diggings which, after all, prove to be a first rate gold-field. The distance is only 85 miles from this township. The best talk of all is that what with the newly discovered copper mine, the improved prospects at Kiandra, and the unequalled richness of Crack em-back, Eden is bound to go ahead.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 18TH DECEMBER, 1860. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. GREAT NEWS FROM CHINA. Pekin has Fallen. THE EMPEROR FLED TO TARTARY. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR ADELAIDE CORRESPONDENT]. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

itlctjtapli. TUESDAY, 18th DECEMBER, 1860. ARPIVAL OF THE MAIL AT ADELAIDE. LATE european news. ; GREAT NEWS FROit CHINA. Pekin has Fallen. THE EMPEROSFLED TO TARTABY. ♦ BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [PROM OCR ADELAIDE CORRESPONDENT]. Wednesday eveuin^. The P. and O. Cojnpnny's Steamship Behar ar rived at King George * Sound on the 5th instant, «nd the branch steamer to Adelaide arrived at 6 o'clock this evening, with English news to Octo ber 2<5th.

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

ITALY. The Italian resolution engrosses the attention j of al! Europe. It has progress^! immensely since last mail. Aneoria was captured on the j 29th. Lamoriciere, and the Papal soldiers, sur rendered prisoners of war. The Pope's power of j resistance was thus annihilated. 25,000 French j troops garrisoned at Borne, and the chief towns . of the districts known as the Patrimony of St. ; Peter. j A secret understanding is believed to exist! between the French and the Piedmontese in the fall of Ancona, . J Victor Emmanuel started for the Roman States where he has been received with enthusiwsm. At j the head of his army he is marching for Maples, which city he would enter about the 29th Oct. j Garibaldi ha? retrieved his reverses by tome brilliant victories on the Volturnoc. The fightj on the 1st of October lasted fourteen hours, and was desperate and sanguinary. 12,000 Garibaldians defeated 30,000 Royalists, commanded by Francis II. in person on 1st and 2nd. 7000 prisoners were taken....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

<U€SAMeS ! IMLAY STREET, EDEX. i LmMM~ ! Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel," Boyd Town, and later of ! the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. | BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Mankuoo. Kianijim, Bi-'oa, PAxnn,.!, Syoxj:v, nml the ! suivoumling Colonies, that hi- lias just coni|'h'te<i and opcnul the a'»ove csti nsive Kstnlili-li-' mint mi a scale, a* fVj(Hnls Accouriiniiuion, unrivalled by any house in the district, and which must give S'lti-fjciimi to the umst fa-t <iious. j A. F. wishes to inform Now Arrivals that he has several t-uitus of Bedrooms, together with Pkivate I'AKLOCiis, for Families. j N.l).—WINKS OF T1IE VKRY BEST QUALITY. j CHAEOES EXTREMELY MODERATE JUST OPENED, H. DIXON & CO.'S NEW STORES, IMLAY-STKEET, EDEN*. Have on band a well-assorted Stock of— Groceries Provisions Cordage Ironmongery Tobaccos Cigars American Buckets Do. Chairs Do. Tubs Plate Glass Would particularly rccoramcnd a Trial of their TEAS SUGARS SPICES TOBACCOS MEDICINE...

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HOME INTELLIGENCE. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

TTfiME IVTKI.I.rGESfCE. October 26. Her Majesty arrived from Germany on the 17th. The August Australian Mails were delivered in London, October JSth and 22nd. The Priucc of Wales has been most enthusias tically received In £be United States, and will arrive in Enginnd iuthe early part of November Mr. Train's »is$efc"railwayfl are to be introduced into London. The NeJvaarkft and Csmrawitch bos been won by l>ulcibella, owned by Mr. Day. The successor to the lute Mr, Wilson, at Cal cutta, ia Mr. Satnuel Laing, M.P., t*)»e Financial Becrefarr to the Treasurer, who will be succeeded ,|y Mr. reel. In the Ci\ilicrlral, Dublin, a requiem has been performed in memory of the IriBh who lost their liven m defence of the Pope, and subscriptions are being raised by the Catholics in London to purchase a swuiti of honour for General. Lauior .eieie, Fii ree pales in north of Europe, caused great destruction to life and prnpertr, anu a vast havoc among the shipping it) the Baltic. The steamer Arct...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

CHINA. The English and French allied troops have taken I'ckin. The prisoners who have been released give a hoariltle account of the treatment tlity have been sul.jicted to ; some of their com rades bavin" died under the inflicion of most cruel torture, and others treated in the most bar barous manner. The Emperur had fled to Turtarv, and an mmensc amount of booty had been sectt ed by the Allied Forces in the summer palace of the Emperor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

CROWN LANDS' SALES. SALES OF CROWN LANDS will he held at tho undermentioned place on the day stuted MORUYA, (At (lie Police Office,) On THURSDAY, 20th December COUNTRY LOTS, County uf St. Vinccat. 13 lots {84 to 176 acres) on Buckenbowra Cirek, at and below its confluence with (Juaitpot Creek, and on nud near the n>ad from Holuro to llute manS Hay, parishes of Huckcnbowra, tiolaro, and X< llitfen, portions of 3, 23, 24, 26 to31, CM to Tl. County of Danipicr, p.risiies of Congo and Moruya: 5 lots (40 to 42 acres) near Moruya, ndjnccnt to the south boundaries of Clarke's and Staunton's portions, the tast boundary of Clarke's 960 acres, and the we*t boundry of Staunton's 40 acrcii, portions 11, 13 to 16: 4 lota (48 and 40 aires) near Moruya, between Old Alan's lied Swamp and H. Clarke's 0W acre.«, portions 18 to 21 ; 87 acres near Moiuvu, on Coile Luke, adja cent to the east boundary of Clarke's 42! acres, portion 22 ; 2 lots (HO and 88acres) near Morula, at Mciingo, abou...

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Victor Emmanuel had started for Naples, and in all probabi.ity would reach there on or about the 28th. Tlie vote for the annexation of Naples and Sicily was carried almost unauimoudy, which has caused much satisfaction in many quarters. Garibaldi has surrendered the dictatorship to Victor Emmniiuel. The Constitution?! says, in an article in a late number of that journal, that Louis Xupolcnn will positively protect the Italians from any inter ference whatcvei until the meeting of Congress actually takes place. The Federal Constitution in Austria has granted a separate Crown, and the Magyar lan guage to Hungary. 'IThe Einperor of Russia, the Emperor of Aus tria, and the Regent of Prussia have met at War saw, to arrange for the forthcoming European Congress. Sardinia has been censured by Prussia for the itiva-iou of the Papal States. Spain protests against the invasion of the Two Sicilies by the Sardinian Government. The CourtH of Russia and Sardinia have sus pended th...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

TURKEY. A. new outbreak is feared, on account of the tvar tax imposed.

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

tfxtradis. York Again-.—An appa-erctly unsophisticated youth went into a tavern the othi-r day, and ask i-d for something to appease his huiigcr. The proprietor guvc him a vt-ry good dinner, after which the youth said, ' If you ever come up our way call." "That won't do; your dinner is two stiiiiir.gs." "Oil, I hain't got no nioiirv," *aid the youth, "but if "ou ever come, I'll jjive'you a bet ter dinner for not'iintf." "H'hy," t-aid the man, you arc very cool." Why, yos, I a'n a cool chnp," said york ; "so much ro, that my mother makes me stand in tiie juntry in hot weather to keep the butter from spoiling!" Dcties.—Every man ought to pay his debts— if he can. Kv« ry man ought to help his bmir—if he can. Every man and woman ought to get lu irried—if they can. Every man ought to do his work to >uit his < ustomeis—if he c m. —Every wife should sometimes hold her tongue —if tilie can. livery lawyer should soim-tinies tell tie truth -if he can. Every man should niind his ...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

THE PRINCE OF WALES !N AMERICA. The Prince of Wales has been rect-ivcd with the greatest possible enthusiasm at Sew York and has delighted the American populace by planting a Cvprrss on the jrrave of the great nn'd noble Washington, hut unfortunately he was not so w.-ll received in Kichmonil, in Virginia, where he appears to have been grossly insulted.

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

Sl'AIX. An attempt has been in ado to assassinate the Queen. Serious difficulties have arisen between Spain ani Mexico.

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THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

THE UNITED KINGDOM. The obituary contains the death of the Duke of Richmond, brother of the Idle Lady Mary Fitzroy. The Duke of Norfolk is likewise re ported as bt'injj dangcrouhly ill. Alderman Cul'itt has been honoured by being elected Lord Mayor of tlie City of London. A company of Royal Engineers and half a battery were under orders to leave England, to procerd to New Zealand to assist in quelling the Maori insurrection. And a regiment of infantry w88 likewise to be despatched from Calcutta to the abore colony.

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather fine.; ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

JHrtpptafl ptrttipwc. PORT OF KDF.X, TWOFOLD HAY. Wind n.w., weather tine.) arrivals. December 1C.— City of Sydney steamer, K. Moodie, from Sydney passen gers 3. December 17.—la-mania steamer, Clinch, from Sydney pabscngers 4. Departures, December 16.—City of Sydney steamer, It. Moo die for Melbourne passt'tigera 4. December 17.—Tasmania steamer, Clinch for Hoiiart Town jiajsetigeri 19. Imi>okxs. Tasmania from Sydney—1 \;arcc lmattcd twine, 1 bos, 40 lia^s chuff, I) bugs corn, H. Dixon ; 1 case, 1 bundle corkwood, Leon ird ; 4 cases, 3 trusses, 1 trunk, G. Barclay ; 1 bos, Cohen ; 1 hat bos, Mrs. Kixon ; 1 bale, Order.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Heing l>y far the neanst Port to the Kiandra Diggings, the Directors of the l.S.X. C >. have mswved on tbc PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship " n U X T E R," Between Meriniim'a anrl Sydney, leaving Syd ney t*vcrv F1IIDA Y at 10 a.m., and Mt'iiubua every SLXDAY, at G u.tu. FAR-S: 30s. only. N.I].—'Travellers may r ly upon the unvarying regularity of the St«aui.r, as well us up >11 her great speud iu any weal her. d .'il STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE WONGA WONGA, TUESDAY NIGHT. I7ins r SHIP for tin* FKMIUAKY SALES . .-.BEHDEEN LIXE of C'LIPPlillS. For LOXDOX, Direct, To xiil positively December 9, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MOItAVlAX, A 1 10 years, 966 ton-. pur register, WILLIAM EDWARD, C011111 ander, This noble ves>el was built expressly fur the Australian trade, by Walter llonduiiii Company, and tonus 01 u* of the juitly-ceie'iruteil line ot Aberdeen clippcis uwne.i by Mes...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. The Postal anangemonts at the Jidin Post j Office are as follow :— - Thb Mails Abbite, From Bombala a>"» Cooma, every Sunday 3 p.m. The Mails Close, I For Sydsky.—Via Nelligen, Besa, I'anhula,and i Merimbuia, Every Friday nud Monday, 9 [i.m. j and by the Steamer on Tuesday. j For Melboi'hxk.—Hy the Steamer on Saturday, i For Bomiula, Cooma, every Tuesday, 3 p.m. j

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. December 14.—Hunter steamer, Sullivan, from Sydney passengers 10. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

MEKIM HULA. Akhivals. December 14.—Huuter steamer, Sullivan, from fcydin-y jxisseugiTs 10. Imports. Hunter from Sydney.—1 rase, 1 cask, Jnggers ; 1 case, Stokes ; 1 paper pared, XaUor ; 1 mat sugar, Covington; 3 bags maize, Miteh'.Ii: 1 paper pared, Daultou ; 2 cases, Hinton flro ; 3 cases, Keriy ; 1 case, 1 truss, J.Smith ; 107 mats sugar, Ipkg sasiies, 12 doors, 4 bates wo bucks, fiO bags flour, 58 tio salt. 4 case, 1 jar toba -co, 26 elicits tea, 20 boxes soap, 2 parcels, 1 cask, 6 bars iron, 1 bundle, 1 pnprr parcel. 1 bos steel, Page ; 2 easts botiled wine, finitisbv ; J clic-st ten, J box, 1 mat f-ugar, ]>'Arcv; 8 bats irou, Hart; 2 cases gin, 2£ rlicxt- tea, j c.isk brandy, 1 hhd ruin, 2 mats t>ugu°, 1 do t-uudri<s, 1 case, 1 box-cart, Neeiiham; 4 cases g;j), ] bag bcrnrss, Forrell; i chest ton, Barry ; 1 keg port wine, Morchead ; j cask i-uin, 2 cu>es gin, 1 do cham pagne, 1 do do pale brandy, 1 hhd ale, 1 ca*k porter, 1 keg port wine. :! bags maize, ...

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Sydney Items. December 15th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 18 December 1860

December 10th, lflCO. The elections are nearly over. The few that remain will no doulit follnw suit with the others. Free Selection before Survey has been the suc cessful cry of the day, and Ministers have se cured a large majority of suppoitera in the new Legislative Assembly. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. Thr following gentlemen hive been cleeted members of the Legislative Assembly, for the electoral districts named below :— Artryle Murruni' idgec J'audiuglon Goulb'urn Newcastle Piiterson Ihithurst East Sydney .. Farramatta Northumberland Eden Southern G<>ld Fields Northern Gold Fields Tim nit... Upper Hunter liraidwood Orange Yas* Wr't Maequarie East M;iequarie West Sydney The Williams Balraimld Carcoar Hunter Queanbeyan IltawarM Kiama Hartley Glebe Ncpi-an Morpeth East Maitliind T. A. Murray W. Macleay J. Sutherland W. 11. Walsh J Hamuli W. M. Arnold J. Hart Chas. Cowper H. Ptirkes J. Caldwell K. Stewart J. I-aclccy J. llyrnes T. Lewis 1). Egan J. II Wilson J. Hoskins C. Cow...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF FDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., w[?]ather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

gHipinng $ntrtHsinw. POUT OF FDF.N, TWOFOLD HAY. Wind N.W., \vt allicr fine. An«[VAt.s. December 18.—Ellon schooner, Nicholson from I Sydnev passenger Mr. Morgan. Dccrmbrr 10.—Wonga \V mga steamer, Walker, from Melbourne passengers 4. Depahtcues. December 19.—Wonga Wonga steamer, Walker for Sj diuy passengers G. Istraars. Kllen from Sydney.—48 t ml lock bows, 21 iron pots, J c:isk Miudncs, 1 l aic harness, 2 cases, 1 pkg. matting, 1 cask china. 12 half tint's tea. 10 cases vinegar, 40 bags riee. 1 couch, 1 s fa, <i chairs, J 3 pk^s. furniture, - cases drapery,1 box boois, 2 ] cases olives, i do oilstow, 1 ke^ omnia, 1 cask j sundrit s, H keirs, paint, 5 cans, 1 fender, 1 press, i 1 case oil, 1 iron keg chain, 2 cases colVie, 1 do j cinnamon, 0 Jo <?.■;»>die*, 2 tons lock s.iK, 5 tons } palt, 12 half chests tea, 1 large wattles*, 1 cise, i 72 tinpiy ke^s, <! hhds runi, 1 cask chin.-, 7 toos ! pugar, S. & II. i^nlomon : 10 liags flour, Henei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&MerimbuIa Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far the nearest Port to the Kiandra Diggings, tile Directors of the I.S.X. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of.the Steamship "Hl'XTE R/' Hetwcen MerinilmJa ami Svtlucv, leaving Sv<l ncy every Fill DAY ut 10 a.m., «.,d >K-i fmimhi every SLXDAY, at C u.iu. FARES: 30s. only, X.H.—Travellers may r.ly upon the uuvarviii" regularity of the Suairnr, as well as upon' Iu-T great spead in any weather. J STEAM TO SYDNEY. THE CITY OF SYDNEY, TO-XIGHT. STEAM TO MELBOUKXE. THE WONGA WONGA, OX SUXDAY xoox. Black ball ami kaule T.ixi:s<,f pack ets For LIVERPOOL, Forw arding Gold and Wool to London, Passage-money £IG, niid upward.-*, The Magnifieifjit. Clipper Ship LIGHTXIXG, 2,001 ('Ions Register, JAMES CLARKE, Commander. This ship having "oh- discharged her inward cargo, will he placed on the berth for Liverpool, to sail poM* lively 2-lth December. This firs...

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