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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 2lST DECEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

iflcjjtapli. j FRIDAY, 2lsr DEC'KMIiEK, I8C0. j ; ; ~~~ ■ ■ ~ i The proceedings which have taken place in | the District Court, during the last few (lavs, i * ! before the presiding judge, C. K. Mckray, Esq., might be expected to be productive of some improvement in the administration of justice in this district, if those gentlemen to whom that impoi bint trust is confided would take cognizance of the manner in which they have .been conducted. Although we cannot expect non-professional men to acquire any great proficiency in the principles of Law, we think they might learn something or the j manner in which legal proceedings should be j carried on, and the proper mode of dealing J with cases over which they have jurisdiction, J and in this way avoid much of the obloquy j that attaches to their present irregular, loose, j and improper way^feconflging the business j of the Police Couro^Surety- it would not be j an insuperable task for them to learn to dis- j tinguish what is from what...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

Arkival axd 3)i:i'ai:rc«i: <»•' Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Ldeii lost 1 Ofiice arc as fallow :— j Tiik v.aiL3 Akmve, From iioMBALA and C'ooma, every Sunday U p.m. TnB Mails Closk, Foh Sydney.—Via Xe'.ligen, Hoaa, Patil>ula,atid i Merimbula, Every Fritl iv and Mond.iy, 9 |>.m. i and liy the Steamer on Friday. j Fou Mia.lmiltNi:.—Hy the Steamer on Saturday. For Bojjij.w.a, C'ooma,evcry Tuesday 3 j 1.111.

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Local Intelligence. COMPLIMENTARY BALL AND SUPPER TO W. SHAW, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

^oqI ^ntcllirjcucf. COMPLIMENTARY BAI.L AND SUI'PEtt TO \V. SHAW, ESQ. This event, which has been the tnvrn (np;c for so:i:e (!;ivs past, oaine oft' lust night at the lirge stores of Messrs. Thomas, in Iml iv-Ktm-t. Con sidering the large diminution which has lately taken place m the population of this t«wn>lii|i, the attendance wns very numerous, ami eoai pri>cd our principal magistrates, professional gentlemen, merchant.", and storekeepers. Daneiu;; commenced nt 10 oVlxek, anil was kept tip Willi great spirit till 12, when supper was smixiunceil. Our worthy nnd esteemed magistrate, Captain Lloyd, presided, and proposed the loisl of the evening,—tlie health of Mr. William Shaw, ns the founder of the Press id Kderi. Captain Liny<l1 said he regarded the Press as one of our proudest institutions, and au acquisition in eveiy cnmmu liity were it exists ; ami as Mr. Shaw was kivwn t"> all here, not only as the Pioneer of the Press in the district, but us lie lias rere...

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District Court, Eden. (Before His Honor C. K. Murray, Esq.) Tuesday, December 18th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

gtetrirt tfourt, (f-dcn. (Before His Honor C. K. Murray, Esq.) Tuesday, December J8th, 1860. \ There were 35 eases entered on the li-t for trial,' j tn:t the* great.T jiart of tin m wore withdiawn and ! : stt:lt-tl out of Court. Fit wvi.i.v v. I'onsonuy.—Verdict for plaintiff'.1 £148 Oi. Td. | Human v. Tcwksih'iiy.—Arti.-hi for medical i attendance. Verdict (or ilaintiff, £1C. j JIoxian v. McKay.—For medical advice and , ■ medicine. Verdict for plaintiff £2 as. ! JIojiax v. BahcI.ay.—This was :>n action taken ' iiv i'r. ifoman against fiom'go JJaivIny, Jvsq,, J.P., I fur damages for luilieinusly convicting the plain j lift'under the Vagrant Act. The judge liehl tiiat | tli it there was no cvid< lire brought forward in supjuvt of the charge, and nonsuited the plain- > : t:tt- ; Woman v. W.u.ki:;:.—This was a;i action 1 a^iirist the Chief Cou -table of K<1:» f >r illegally ] levying a distre-s on the ^oods of the plaintiff. i ] 'i'iiere was no evidence w...

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Extracts. INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

C-xtrartjg. INDIA. UebUI-s in Cwamoh,—A large number of rr oels assembled on the southern frontiers of Gtva hor, who were tl«*ienioil mid lnolci-n up bv the <jwi»hor army. We lieur ihat the Governor-Oil ne rnl .has cal o«J on Me Dunbar to state why thev did not keep the ISrinMi (Jovernnient iiifcriiied of all tlie.se inurements. iM-mwK SlUH.-We arc infom-d that ]•'< in/., Bukht, one iif the princes of uelhi, bus .suneii-I dereil himself to the authorities at tiomckp.,ro. 1 who have requested instructions as to his dispn-; Nil. It is not said win tin r this is the mim,,. | Prince, named Fein/e Shall, who i soaped lo Ci ii- ! trdl ftldi.'t Of Hot.—ishmitXoi*. ,j, \ i)lsl l JlH.tMliB.— Our latest advices from the' sodU' of the disturbances in Kattinw n- ato id to 4th instant. They are lonlirma orv of the u". w ivhieh h-8 already appear, d in this'jourii ,i. \ft, r leaving Kurinar tile Waghur.s hruke intj bind and dispnsd all over the cuiiiitrv. A cann I ' corps of...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 21 December 1860

Wflboitntf. Among the current (!icatric:il topics of intci_'.it is (In- rtiinoiificeiiioiit of (lie ati|KMr<iHcc ot tlic Tlwiitnu Itoyiil sliurtlv uf Sir Wiili.nu .uul I,adv lion, \v!jj arrirt'i! ni S itur.Jiv by tin; ship JJJua J act 11- On Thursday next, Messrs. Hroolce and Oopjiin will iipjicur in n special pcrfurmame nt thuTlicrre Itoval. The papers received by tin; latomail aiiiinuiii-c l lie successful dibiU at the Lyceum Theatre of Miss Josephine G jugenheim, jormcly u favorite actre-s it) this city. Cos, It.V., Messrs. itoudher und "Doltan, R.X., commissioned by the A'lmir.ilfcv t > undertake the marine fcurwy nf the canst, of Victoria, h tvu ar rival 1 >y tlw ship Owen Giiiii'lower. Yasti-rdiv morning t)ie fomidition-stono was laid of a scliola-tic institution in connexion >vit!» t lie Roman (Catholic b.idy of our fdilmv-citizeiis, to lie called the St. Jo-o'ph Catholic School. A sptcinl ntasi was said on the occasion by the lt;v. JJr, Goold, l>y whom...

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

$lrtbourac ^rticrfisfturitts. ST A It C If. — Gler.ficld Pato.it Stroll;', Used in the l!<>v;il Latiiidry. 'i ii'! ! ulii.s atv iiiioniKjij that this j ! s'airh is j Ksi'-liMvnlv used in the lloval I.iundrv, > And Ihi Maj.^'tyM .aundr.sssays, that., a.though ! has tried whrtttoil rice and «tlu-r jw.vder i starches lias found none of llitlu equal to the ! GLKM-'iKLI). which is i The ht.irrh she ever use'.. i I W.ithiTKji > ii u:ni Ci.. (ihusjtuv :i:id F.nnil'Ui ; ' i DenmV.oun Jjntilitrs and C<»., KIN Ki«g-»tiv<-t. i J-v 1!) , ; 1 TTWKLL HAVES. left SkililM-ii-en, eoi'iitv ; ! i'V. i>f Cork, Inlan!, 18.id, will oblige liv s. mi- • ! in : addivs.s to 17<i Kh/abutiivitrcet, n l.i. j 1 Tin;ST<JAHT1l, liOSS. :i!id Sl'OWKKS have \ ! 11 (in SALE, at tii'. ir stori'.--, :$!, Market- * ' tni t,— i' Ale, bu'k, Jlorwiek's Edinburgh j {{randy, Hiiiio-isy's dirk and pule, in hlids. and I qi'H. j Kuiii, 10 and 30 «. p, old torn j ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

&%€3&&if€E semi, IMLAY STEEET, EDEN". ' ~ Tfalknee Formerly of the " Sea Horse Hotel/' Boyd Town, and later of the Shamrock Hotel, Eden. BEGS to inform th<? Inlm it.mtB of M.vni uoo. Kiandba, Hioa. PAVcrw, Sydney, and the surroundiug Colonies, llntt lu' lia> just con)|>lete'l nicl oiun' il the uiove <-xt nsive KmuIiIMi imirt on a ecft'p, ft" mrardu Aciiorawnda^on, unm'allcil by any house in the district, a.nl which tui;st g'.ve eati-f iction to the nnst fa><t tlious. A. P.' wishes to inform New Arrivals t'iiut lie has several t-uitcs of BkDkooms, together with Pbivatu 1'ahlvuub, for Famines, K.B.—VIXF.S OF THE VEHY BEST QUALITY. CHARGES EXTREMELY MODERATE JUST OPENED, K. DIXON & CO.'S NEW STORES, rWLAY-STHEET, EDE.Y. Have on hand a well-assorted Stock of— Groceries Provisions Cordage Ironmongery Tobaccos Cigars American Buckets Do. Chairs Do. Tubs Plate Glass * Would particularly reeiuimend a Trial of their TE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

EDEN RACES. JANUARY 1st, 1661. STtfWABL'B : James Rixon L. O'Neill A. Young M. Johnston A. Falknrr S. Bnvland M Goldsmith W Lewis Treascrkr : S. Solomon, Esq. Secretary : Mr. AiumJcl Everett. Jcdoks . George liai-cluy, Esq. Captain lJorun Clerk op the Cocrse : Mr. John Scanlan. FIRST RACE. POXY RACE. Entry 8s. Prize £3. Three cntrus. SECOND 11ACE. Horsrs> riddi-n by LADIES on'.y. Entry 7*. 6J. Prize—Side Saddle and Bridle. THIRD RACE. Open to all CAR.T HOUSES. For a set of Harness. Entrjucc 10s. Three entries. FOURTH RACE. Sweepstakes, open to all comers that never won a race. Entrance 10s, with £5 added. Six entries. FIFTH MACE Hurry Scurry. EPEM DACES. AUCTION SALE GBANDJTAND. I? \V. LAYTON, is instructed to sell by J, Public Auction, on SATURDAY 29th. INST. At 12 o'clock. The Gran I Siaud and one Imotli on the Eden Ra.-e Course for January 1st. 1861. The Sale will take place at Falkuer.s Exchange HhU'I, Eden. EDENBACESl GREAT PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION. I JOHN CULI.EN begs t;> in...

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District Court, Eden. (Before His Honour C. K. Murray, Esq.) Friday, December 21st, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

gltefrirt tf otirt, tfdctt. (Bcf.ire His Honor C. K. Murray, Esq.} Friday, December 21bt, I860. Hoigkii v. Uarclav.—In this case Mr. Wil liams :ipj)l'ed Cor u new trial, ->mi was rciused. The Cuurtadjuurni-d sine die.

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LETTERS TO AND FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

j I.CTTEIls TO AND FHOM THE L'KITKI) ETKnnnM Not exceeding It oz 0 pi-nc* Kxceeding ^ oz. but not exceeding l'oz 1 ahiliinp Exceeding 1 oz. but not decoding 3 ozt> 2bhillii)^s dud so on iiimnbing 1 bhiihngior cviry uUtiition al ox. or fraction of an nunce. Letters fm xvimlcil via Miiiseillcu nrc liable in addition, to n rnie rf ;! ji nee fur evciy } oz, weight, to cover the ci.st of transit through - ranee. The above rates will lie the entire amount charged upon letters sent to or from any part of the United Kingdom, or of the colony.

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Friday, December 21st, 1860. (Before P. J. Murray, and G. Barclay, Esqs., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

3?oUcc EDEX, Friday, December 2ist, 1860. (Bofore 1'. J. Murray, and G. limeky, Esqs., J.P.) Cliiivlutt-.' Harrington and Klizabith Watson were charged < y Henry McCarthy with stealing a ring from Wil iain I'lvsa-ott's finger, at Lewis's puMic-hous->. McCarthy appeared, but whs not iih'e tu o3'er any evidence in support of the charge. Mr. Murray to the prisoners —What have you to say in imswvr to tins charge ? Mr. M «nl>y to the prisoners—Hold your tongues. 'J'lie Beneli t-aid there was uo evidence Against the prisoners. [ t hen, why ask them for their defence ?—i'!d. 'i'.] j Wednesday, 26lh instant. I Ha\v1;ero' license was grant.d to Mr. H. Dix son, :md TYmjiornry puMirans' license was granted tn Mr. l;alkuer, for ihe sale of hpirits on tlie cricket ing ground. Mr. ijliurpt's (e'.fl r f r preparing the Electoral i Roll for Auckland for ihe sum of £30, was ac-1 cepted, being ihe lowest.

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TOWN LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

TOWS LETTERS. Not-excecding $ oz I penny Exceeding I oz.; liut not txco< ding I oz.2 pence Exceeding 1 oz. but not exceeding *2 o«.4 psiit-e ami so on increasing 2 pencu for every Addition al oz. or fraction of a<i ounce. COUNTBV LETTERS. Not exceeding 4 oz 2 p»nce Exceeding | oz. hut not exceeding 1 <«.4 pence Excieding 1 oz. but not exewding 2oz<.8 pence hnd so on incre isiu{ 4 pjiice fur every addition al oz. or fraction of an ounce. COLONIAL I.VTER-CJLDNIA.L, AND FOREIGN LETTERS (Except )u t>p-'cial cotes.) Not excredins | oz 6 prncs Exceeding 1 oz. butuotexcved'ng i oz 1 fhljing a;id so on, increasing 9 pence for every addition al J- oz. or fraction of | ounce. No charge whatever* is made on the f bova meniinncd Lctteis on rec?ipt in this colony, provided they have besn duly ported. Ama.?e>nent« have besn iiinae tviih the Col onies of Victoria, South Au«trs'ia, Wcst-rn Austr<iUn, and Tasnaii i, f ir the deliveiy of su...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

MOttUYA. Visit of AncrrorsHor Polding.—This nus- j picitiusevent, the Anticipation ot which has for' so Inn* occupied the minds of the Catholic por-! lion of this community, took place during the pn>t week. On Thursday forenoon his Grace ar rived pir sfcatiHT at Batetnan's Bay. whore ho1 ; was enthusiastically teceivod liy a numerous ca valcade of ilie must respectable and influential members of !]io('ath"]ie body, who had assembled , from all parls of the di-tiict, in order to testify their respect for (lie venerable and ri ;ht reverend gentleman, bv escorting him into the township. His Grace arrived at Moruta about eleven a.rn., and notwithstanding the fatigue necessarily con-; sequent upoii his journey, reccivi-d during the af ternoon a numerous series of visitors. Friduy and Saturday were devoted to various preparatory and minor duties of detail, but on Sunday was performed the rite which was the principal reason «f his grace's visit among us. The church, was to ovei flowing....

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THE LAUGH OF MY BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

TIIE LAUGH OF MV BOY. Oh, svrct to me the laugh of my boy, -V iw gently and 'mrihlul, now ringing with jov; It cmies from his heart with a birdlike tone," Ami >i gu hing melody all its own, And it thiills my heart with its cx lenr-e wild— 0!i, I love, I love the l&ugli of lay child! And sweet is the sound of his tiny feet A* music ma le where the hri.Oit ivaters meet; Th.-ir puter has, like soft Mimm r> rain, A j»3wer t<> soothe my heart's dull p un, To chase the gloom from the wvary hours With thuughts of brighter buds and flowers. Hut still, when I gaze in his azure eyts, An 1 t'u'y .m-\v r in • in silent r p ies, And it s em* th it i ciii see the heait vrithii As yet ali fre~- fro n the »tain of sin. 0 i, then, though his voi « and laugh are street, And merry the mu-ic of his little feet, 1 pray for the toul of my beautiful boy, That it may be kept from earthly a loy. The Homeward Passage of the Great Britain.—The *c:ew stea ner Great Britain, Cap laiu...

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Extracts. DREADFUL AGRARIAN OUTRAGE AND DIABOLICAL MURDER. LIMERICK, Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

(Extracts DREADFUL AGllARIAX OUTRAGE AXD DIABOLiCAI. MUitlJKR. Limf.mck, Oct. 23. [ JVcwa iiasjiM reached this city of oiieof tbc most atrocious murders perhaps evir perpetrated. It appears that Alderman W. ijheehy left this city j last evening f >!■ his propiriy near Tulla, county of Clare. After his arrival lie mu«t cither have | bern burnt alive in his oivu house, <>r else biaten to death and then his house set lire to, a* his head nnd arm wa< chopped off| the f irraer still | misshg, and bis house and property burnt. No I cause can be assigned for the deed beyond the I fact that he was dispossessing some of his tenants j It is a'so rumoured tbat he had some slight diff erences with his Roman Catholic priest. Mr.. Shcchy was ot iginally a grocer oicl hotil-keeper in Limerick, is an alderman of Limerick, and fortunately a Imclie'or. The property, worth about £C(10 n v< ar, he purchased teu ycors ago for £00110, and it was only about fjur days...

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LETTERS ADDRESSED TO OFFICERS SERVING ON BOARD ANY OF HER MAJESTY'S SHIPS ON A FOREIGN STATION, WHEN SENT THROUGH THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

LETTERS ADDRF.SPV.n To OVFICKR* SERVING ON BOARD ANY 01 HKlt MAJESTY'SSHIPSUN A I'OHEIUN bTATION, « HF.N 8KNT THROL'OU HIE L'\'iri:n uivnimu X'it rxceding 1 ** 1 shilling Kxceeding £ cz. Dutuoi exceeding 1 oz. '1 shilling Kxceed.ng I oz, l>ut nut<seceding 12 nz.s.4 shilling* iiml so en, i:ic cnsi"K 2 nlii linn- for every ad ditional oz, or fraction uf an ouncc. LUTTKtlS FOItWARDED VIA THE UNITED KINGDOM TO THE unlTIBII CUI.ONII.S AND Ku REIGN • COfNTRIES. All letters of this clas-. paid in full nre sent to the United Kiiudmn via Southampton, unless specially imrked f ir trmiMnivio.i ria .Marseille iu which case they nuiht hear, in add.t on to the rales of Post:!;;1-' speeified her under, Postage at (he rate of 3 peutc lor every J ouuee of their we glif. Itut it nm*t be understood, that the letters (registered letters excepted) addre-s."d to Franc ■ and the Cmitiiici.t of Fur.tp-, and marked f.tr t.ansmission via Marseilles, are, unless specially marked for triiiumiis-i...

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TARIFF OF DUTIES OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

TARIFF OF DUTIES OF CUSTOMS. Und.T the Act fit- ^l-aiiting Duties of Custnms, 19 Victoria, Xo. It, the fo.loning Duiirs are p.iviibleott the iiiidi iuieiitioii d article-, iia;>oriel info ibo Free Warehou-in* Pons of Ni\v South IVa'es :—nsniily, l'oti Jackson (Sydney), Nevv cisili' (Hunter llivi-r), Uris'iane (Moivnm Ujv), l id Eden (IVofoll llav). All otiiei anicls nre ■admitted free f.on ail c ui tries, nnd from anil under any at peaje with the United King dom :— Sri kits. s. i). lirmdy and g'n gallon 10 () j Wlii.ski V, rimr, an-1 other spirits ... ,, 7 Sjrri's, ionlial-,liijneur.-,or strong waters, snwtiiie.l or mixe i \v,tli nny urtic e, tint t!ie <U'gi eo of strength caniiit l>c ascertained tiy Syke»'a hydrometer, gal. 10 P'-ifurued spirits 7 AVine, containing more than 25 pnr cent, of Alcohol, of a specific {-ravity of '8J j, at t ie tfinperaiure of (>!l deji-ees of Fafirenluit's iher-tioineler, foe eivry gillon in prop irtion to strength ... «al. 10 Will"...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

Ahkival and Djumhtuiu: ok M.ui.s. Tiie Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are (is follow :— Tits Mails Aurivk, I'nou Buubal.y and Cooma, every Sunday A p.m. 'j'iib Mails Clobr. Fon Svdnijv.—Via Xelligen, Deea, Pmil'ula,and Merimbula, Every Friday mid Monday, 9 ji.in. and iiv the Steamer on Friday. Foil Boil u.U.A, Cooma, every Tuesday 3 p.m.

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W., weather fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 28 December 1860

fftttcUiflence. . POUT OF 1-d1-X, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind W.W., weather flue. Arrivals. December 22.—City of Sydney steamer, R. Moo die from Mi'llxiuruc, pussetr.'er 1. December 22.—Woujrn Wonga, steamer Walker, from Sydney. DEPAIlTUBIiS. , December 22.—Wonga Wonga steamer, "Walker for Melbourne. I December 22.—City of Svdn y ste.imer, R. Moo- j die, for Sjdiuy.

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