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LAUNCESTON. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

LAUNCESTON. Arrival. August 6.—Royal Shepherd, from Melbourne. Departure. August 4.—Zoe, for Adelaide.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 17TH AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

! ®lic Sdmatrli. FRIDAY, 17th AUGUST, 1860. | WflEN a commercial firm " take stock' I at stated periods and balance their books, if I it is found there is a falling off in their tran sactions, and a dcciease in the margin of profits, one of the first things which they invariably do, is to seek the cause, and if possible remove it. Now, what is good in a commercial house in this respect is good in the State. If at the eud of the year, when the affairs of the country arc brought under separate heads, it is found that a dccline has I taken place in the whole, or any particular | branch of those things which contribute to the prosperity of the state, it is the duty of | the legislator to ascertain from whence the i deficiency has arisen, remove the cause, and substitute something that will effect an opposite result. 1 In reviewing the condition of the country for the len years commencing 1849, and ending 1858, it will be seen that we have been pursuing a downhill course, and that our fi...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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SUBSCRIPTION TO THE "TELEGRAPH" PER HALF-YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

HCBSC/l/PT/nv TO TUP. "Tiv'c^PJ m/» I'ER HAU'-YKAU : If paid in advaucc £10 0 If ,uot so paid . .. £110 0 rr.R UCARTKR: If paid in advance .. 10s. 0<1. If not no paid .. 15s. Od.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

WAftBNAMBOOI. MfinvAU. I •f August S.—JVilliMn Misktn from Melbourne. AugUBtlO.-*everil,from Melbourne. %

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. THE BALL IN AID OF THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

sCorat THE BALL IN AID OF THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. Daring the last fortnight the topic of conver sation hat been the ball, jpch person, according to his own disposition ^Pprn of mind, auguring a failure or a successful result. It is the common practice of those who are incapacitated, either by taste or otherwise, from engaging in any species of pleasure, to grapple at the slightest argument calculated to produoe an unfavorable effect For instance, Lord Byron painted in the moat glowing breathings of poetry, without an inkling of de nunciation, his hero as the lover of Julia, and in the obar&cter of a fair damsel as the subject of the apple and bee dream; jet, he was particu larly enocked at the immorality likely to be en gendered by the waits. In looking behind the scenes, however, we find that bio moral suscepti bilitieswere not in reality shocked; but the fact was, that by one of those freaks which nature will sometimes play even wjth.poets, he.wasinoapa citatedlrpm daoring,...

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RORTLAND. DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

RORTLAND. Departure. August Bird, t*r, for Melboum!7^*|

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. Prescott will sell by auction, to-morrow, at 11 o'clock, near the Jetty, a large assortment of furniture, tai letting, crockery ware, tobaccj, a spring cart, horses, &c. T. C. & E. II. Thomas will sell by auction, on Monday next, 20th inst., at tlicir rooms, a large assortment of furniture.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

Mr. S. W. LAYTOtf, AUCTIONEER, LAND & COMMISSION A AGENT, TWT.AY STREET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT. SALES by AUCTION effected at Panbola and Bega when required. Sec arc PADDOCKS have been engaged at convenient distances for the reception of Horse Stock or Cattle intended for Auction or Private Salv together with a STOCKYARD in the Township. • an 81 EDEN AND PANBULA, TWOFOLD BAY. ljTR. E. W. LAYTON has had placed in his M hands for PRIVATE SALE and LEASE, some very Valuable ALLOTMENTS, compris ing:— AQottnontp of Lan^ in the contre of the Town ship of Ed' n, to I ' ' L; -• Leases. Au All'-. ,r.< ' a;:.;, v.v.ii Cottage erected thfs s-'.'a-^e : r *!.;■ in.-.-•» :,te occupation of BBtaa;l rc.j.««ctabiv f i:r.i.v, for Sale or Lease. An AildiiiiMit of Lao(?, with Cottage, for Sale. Three One-Acre Allotments at Panbula, with frontage to the Main lload, admirably situated for restaurants, butcher's shops, &c^ &c. For further particulars, apply to R W. LAYTON, Auc...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

ADELAIDE. iA&bivXu. tmnjTrAaitraliaiL Awn W»« ■v^ah, i^j&itom Ifelbourae, *^&Pdrtl(PD9nDe]l; 'AfwTOt'j: for'Ciillftp,. ^

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Flour.—The latest quotations are as follows:— Adelaide sorts, £19 10s. to £20 10s. Tasmanian, £18 10s.; Victorian, £18 10b, ; Califoruian, £20 per ton. Oats.—Scotch, Irish, Russian, Danish, and Calcutta, 3s. 6d. to 4s.; C&Hforaian, 4a. to 4s. 3d. Colonial, 4s. to 4a. 6d. Bran.—Dull of sale, at Is. 6d. to Is. 7d. per buaheL Wool.—8ooared, Is. 9d|.; floeoe, le. 6d. to 1b. lOd.; greasy, Is. to Is. Jd.; skius, 8Jd. to 9|<L Tallow.—Good beef; £40 per ton. Hides.—The market overstocked and no sale. Horses.—Heavy draught, £40 to £60 per bead. Heavy unbroken oolte, *44.to £50. Pat Cattle.—Bert bullocks, £12 to £14 fie.; aEcond, £8tg jE10 ;"beat oows, £7 to £9 18a.; lOi. to 2U.j in ISaJo HI*/; bestxwea, 16s. to 17s. 61 Ihe equal to the demand. * -lQs. to 14s. 9d.t "ton e^ttle, sales at arket doll. / John Moffiit, Esq., W-jShk Grange tHfction, -comprising * ihpaed land, together with brjES^OOO. Wipg 'ti ■ . - • jurist, 3e®9>—13w Com meatat iHobarfTDown...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

Large Canvass Tent fob Tale, A FIRST-KATE CANVASS TEXT, made A expressly to order, 16ft. x tfift., upright* and ridge poles all complrtu. K. \V. LAYTON, Auctijnoor &c., Imlay strcet. TO. CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. ME. WILLIAM PRESCOTT WILL submit to PUBLIC COMPETITION, in the Lrnig Room of Mr. Geo. Barclay's NEW STORE, EDEN, on TUESDAY, 4th September next, at 12 o'clock Noo'dj the fallowing valuable TOWN, SUBURBAN, and COUNTS^ PROPERTIES,, viz," let.—WALLAGOOT, contain>n#-%0 situate 8 miles from Merimbula, gp the high ; from thencc to Bega, on which are two Paddsu - of eight Acres each, partly cleared, and ppstesa many advantages for grazing purposes. As both these Properties are situate WnmnaTery short distance from the various Shippji%P<yt6 of Two fold Bay, they possess advantages in jetting the produce to the Sydney, Melbourne, Ibsmani&n, or South Australian Markets, tliat are not enjoyed by more inland situations. ^ - 'V ~ and 4 of Section No. 10, with...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

HOBART TOWN. Arrivals. August 4.—Dart, from Ueelong. August 6. Creole, from Melbourne. Departures. August 4.—Mariposa, Boomerang, for Mel bourne.

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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

DIARY. i>avs ofweekj^y«f s,m isliu Water | moilt!i. rises sets. Age j at jvj ^ ih. m h. mj days. ; li. m. | I'kiday Aug.] 70 415 27 jv. | 9 8 a.m. j Saturday ; „ 18*6 40 5 28, 1 0 30,, ! Sunday ! ,,19638.5 28 2 10 11,, ' Monday 1 .. 20fi 37 5 2<i a in 4a

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THe QUAY. To the Editor of The T[?]ofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

THU QUAY. tb* Editor of The Tirofotd Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. Sir,—Through the medium of your valuable paper, I wUh to call vnur attenti- n to the practice catritd on between the Watermen and a certain gentleman connected with the boats. I. an a Licensed Waterman, consider it very hard that any gentleman, not a watermun, should ply for passengers for his boat or any other in which he is interested, or to couse so low u to act as agent, or rather " rnnner" for any water man, as wan very plainly shown on Tuesday even ing on the arriviil of the Wonga Wonga. I *iiicere!y trust, that for the future passengers will lie allowed to take what boat they may think proper. Your." obediently, Kdrii, 1 ">th August. . ^'AIRPLAY.

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PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS. Arrival. May 19.—Fenny Fisher, from Sydney. Departures. May 25.—Zoe, for Lauuceston. May —Natal, for Melbourne.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follows :— Tub Mail Arbites, From Melbourne.—By the Rnngatira, to night. From Sydney.—Via the Coast, this day, 3 p.m.; via liombala, Sunday, 3 p.m.; by the ; \Vonga Wonga, Sunday : via Ndligcn, Monday, 3 p.m. Ten Mill. Closbs, I For Sydney*.—Via the Coast, and by tho ttau- j patim, tiiis day, 9 p.m. ; via the Coast, Monday, j 9 p.m. For Melbourne, to-morrow, 9 p.m. |

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Correspondence. THE ROAD TO KIANDRA. [FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

(Torrfspottflcnrf. THE ROAD TO KIANDRA. j (FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] j To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo ' Telegraph, ! SIR,—Hnving completed the first part of my j journey to the celebrated Kiandra pnld-fulds, i including my passing over the much-drcadcd " mountain," I take this opportunity of forward ing my account thereof. 1 have interwoven with my narrative a few general discurwvc oliservft- : tions respecting vaiimis matters affecting the districts through which J passed ; and as t heao are designed to be of use to all sorts of persona, . mid to be appreciated by all degrees of mental calibrc, I have endeavoured to be as plain and : concibe as possible. In a general review of things like this 1 should like to he able to speak well of all, but I must adhere to the memorable saying of Johu Knox—" I am in the place where I am demanded of conscience to speak the truth, and therefore the truth I speak, impugn it whoso lii-t." On Wednesday morning the 1st August, 1800, (...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, August 16th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Thdesdai Evening, August 16th, I860. Since our last publication, a slight rise has taken place in flour; best brands, first quality realising from £22 to £23 per ton. Oilman's j stores anil provisions remain easy, the trans actions being limited.. The market is fully supplied with spirits, wines, beer, and to bacco. The Pioneer brought 16,000 feet of | timber, but this will not materially affect currcnt prices. The increase of population has created a demand for fat cattlc and sheep, and all sales are effected on the stations, the purchasers bearing the cost of driving the stock to market. The horse market remains quiet. Mr. Davidson of Kiah, the other day, effected a sale of ten working bullocks for £8 per head. The following are retail prices:— Flour, by the bag, 29s. per lOOlbs. Potatoes, 10s. to lis. per cvrt. Hay, 9s.; Tasmauian oats, 6s. 6d. to 7s.; bran, 3s. per bushel. Butchers meat, 4d. to 6d. per lb. I Bread, 8d. the 21b. loaf. Potted butter, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. wind, S.E., fresh; weather, cold. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

* • £WppN intrlttgnttt. POET OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. wind, S.E., fresh ; weather, cold. Arrivals. August 14.—Wonga Wonga, str., 700 tons, D \ Walker, from Melbourne, 13th in«t. Passengers, saloon, Mrs. Bealby, and 19 in the steerage. —S. & 11. SolomonB, agents. u IS.—Pioneer, Boh, 88 tons, J. Dolan, from Melbourne, 9th inst. Passengers, saloon, Mr. and Mrs. Graham, Mr. J. Graham, jun., Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm, Miss A. Malcolm, Miss J. Malcolm, Mr. Harris, and 8 in thesteerage.—T.C. & E.It.Thomas, agents. „ Mary and Rose, returned to port. Departckes. August 14.—Wonga Wonga, str., for Svdhey. Imports. Wonga Wonga.—1 horse. Pioneer.—1 iron safe, 129 casks ale, 3 cases lamps, 3 do. merchandise, 1 anchor, T.C. & E.lt. Thomas; 1 case hardware, 1 do. hollow-ware, 2 trunks boots, 2 ca>es drapery, tiT packages oilman's stores, 3 cases drapery, Droduitz ; 2 packets slops, 2 bales drapery, Dnran ; 1 oasc frames, 2 packages of acid, 1 case glassware, 1 do. bottles, 6 keg'...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 17 August 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sy dney & Merimbula Every SATURDAY, nt Ton n.in., from the Phoenix \Yhtuf, Sydney. These Steampackots ilo not call at Ullndulla as formerly. Passengers will 6nd tliis route both *hort<r and more easy than any other to the Kinndru Diggings, having houses of accommodation at. convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A stcampackot starts from Meriniliula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 MERIMBULA STEAMER. AFTER the 1st of Sejitoniber next, theiv will be a rtgulnr SALE BY AUCTION OF SERVICEABLE HORSES, Saddles, Pack Saddles, &c., Imraediotely after the arrival of each Steamer. alt t c THE A. S. N. COMPANY'S STEAMERS jwill call here regularly to ana from Sydney and Melbourne every week. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD DAY. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAXD AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. bo 11 EDEX, TWOFOLD BAY. MB. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Eden, Twof...

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