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

BELFAST, Arrival*. Auguit 9. —Lady Bird, etn, from Melbourne. August J1.—La* Bird, str, from Portland to Melbourne.-)| %5„ * Departure. uilugost 9,—Mimmie Dike, for Melbourne. *

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

MELBOURNE. I Arrivals. | August 8.—Salcombe Castle, neb., from New- ! castle. August 9.—Suffolk, fillip, fr >m I^ondou, 1 via Plymouth, 31st Mav ; Canoe, brig', from San j Francisco; Arniin, s\iip, from Otign; Bella Vista, bqe., from Newcastle: Harriett Nathan, Lqe., from Hobart Town ; AVanderor, brig, from Sydney ; Flying Cinud, sch, fron Port Frederick; ■Native La<w, sell, from Sydney; Ablwy, sch, from Sydney ; Mwgur-t Chesscl, Kch., from Port Frederick ; Sebim, sch., from Newcastle ; Col chester, brig, from Adelaide; Waterlily, sch., j from Port Sorell : lt.ival Shnpher', fro'ii Lnuu- i ©c^tori ; City of Hobart, str, from Hohart Town ; , Prince AUnjM, brig, from Newcastle ; Success, 1 bqe. from Newcastle ; Harriet Hope, brig, fr m j Newcastle ; Robert and Betsy sch., fi-om Sydney ;' Fair Tasmanian, sch, from Newcastle ; North | Star, brig, from Hohart Town ; Gem, Bch., from ' Newcatit'c; Hannah Nicholson, Ixje., from Cal cutta; Missionary, bqe., from Three Hut Point...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

Mr. E. W; LAYTON, i UCTIONEER, LAND & COMMISSION A AGENT, TMTiAY STBEET, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. SALES by AUCTION effected at Panbula and Bcga when required. Secure PADDOCKS have been engaged at convenient distances for tbc reception of Horse Stock or Cattje intended for Auction or Private Sale, together with a STOCKYARD in the Township. au 31 NOTICE. ALL Fersons INDEBTED to the late Mrl JOHN HIBBURD, of BEGA, deceased,! ore hereby requested to pay the said Accounts forthwith. And all DEBTS due by the late Mr. I John Hibburd must be sent in, and if found cor-: rect will be liquidated by the Undersigned, j CHARLES SPEAltS, j ANDREW RIXON, ! Executors under the Will of the late ! John Hibburd. I Rocky Hall, 6tli August, 1800. alt t au 21 , mmsnmsv ; i W NELSON,. PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, • from 6YJDNEY, will remain for a short time ot Mr. D. GOLDSMITH'S, IM LAY STREET, and t»1te LIKENESSES and VIEWS for any party xvho'tnay favor him with a call from 9 to 3 o clock. Teems—Moderate Sydney...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

STEAM TO HOBAET TOWN. THE TASMANIA STEAMER, JOHX CLINCH, COMMANDER, IS dne at this port on Saturday, 26th inst. and will sail for Hobart Town shortly after her arrival. For freight or passage apply to GEORGE BARCLAY, Agent. FOll SALE OR LEASE, Six Allotments of Land in Eden, AND 40 Allotments near Rocky Hall, On the road to Kiandra. Apply to MR. WILLIAM HIBBURI), Rocky Hall, or to MR. WILLIAM PRESCOTT, Eden, froiu whom nil particulars may be obtained. al t au 28 SLABS, &<■., in any quantity, may be had from the SPLITTERS' PARTY, throe and a-half miles from Edon, on the road to Panbula. oc 31- • THOMAS BUTLER, late in the employ of Mr. Wilson, at the Tantlowuijglo Inu, is requested to call on Mr. Wilson, on or before the 4th of September. Any expenses incurred will be de frayed. ABRAHAM WILSON. A SUBSCRIPTION BALL WILL BE HELD AT Mr. Guest's New Building, Market Square, Eden, THURSDAY EVENING, 23bd AUGUST, Commencing at 8 o'clock. Gcntleinen'eTicketSrincluding a la...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

£jjftttty Status. Two firemen, of the Grafton steamer, named Smith and Welab, sustained. severe injuries by scalding. It appears that the vessel haa recently received new boilcr& aud ;while theywere being tested yesterday, one ofifae valves AAew out, allowing an«soape of etoam, vwhich wised the injuries described, T$e two men were conveyed to the I nfirmanvand were immediately attended to by the meu^^attehdants cif that establish ment. Smith'snas" fotmdti3|»3waldedvciy seri ously. Welsh was leffiie^nnBtjnre£ - CASiLEB^oH-sTBBlTs^fTO wt he&vyrauis havp made sad havoc in thatwrtion of Caetle reftgh-etreet lying between Market and: Batjhuwt etreete. The rowvyayisa jpeifeot bog, inwhich partoanddraysjinkto their,axles, and which is. [ "towly iin'wiwii^^ foot The arrival of the Bishop of Brisbane and his clergy, seven in number, in the ship of Vimeiro, was commemorated by a thanksgiving service in St. James' Church, on the 17th inet. Several meetings had been held to rais...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

fining The following is from the correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald • KIANDJIA. 10th August—The weather continued un usually fine up to the evening of the 8th instant. A south-west wind then set in, accompanicd by a slight fall of suow, with sleet at intervals. Yes terday the wind went round to the south-east, blew a gale all day, sleet falling at intervals. To day it still contiuucs, and should the temperature increase, wo may be visited with another heavy fall of snow. These winds are very butting, and drive the wet and sleet through every little crack. False IIeports.—I perceive that many erro neous statements appear in your columns, some times from correspondents, at others from the country papers, in the shape of extracts, such as " Nearly the whole of the population is locafc d at the Nine-mile; whereas*.400 there and in the neighbourhood imut be the utmost. Again from a Yass paper—'•Twenty-six deaths occurred in one day from influenza on the Snowy River dig gings." No...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

EUROPEAN NEWS. B\ THE JEDDO. The following summary is compiled from the latest dates A " Collision" had taken place between tlie two Houses in reference to the bill for the repeal : of the paper duty. Tho Earl of Derby succeeded I in throwing out the bill in the Lords by 19!J votes against 104. Lord Palmerston had caused the appointment of a Committee to search for , precedents for BUch an occurrence. i Parliament met for business, after the Whitsun 1 week recess, on tho 31i>t May. Most of the de- j bates were on military topics. | 'l'hc ([11081 ion of Colonial defences had been opened, liut not settled, the Government inti- ; mating that those interested are to be consulted ! previous to a final arrangement j Sir Charles Ward had obtained leave to intro- j duce a bill to repeal an Act passed in the previous | session giving power to the Secretary of State ! for India to raise men in England for local > service in the East. The amalgamation of the Imperial and local armies is ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

rft MELBOURNE. Aiutmis. ■] August 13.—Mimmifi Dike, ach., from Port Faijy;. from KiverMwsey; Dow, sob,,* tom JWilo Cape^lUinjjitira, atr., ■ and Eden. August 14.-^ClarendiMi)' ottstle j Bosoarne.whjFreebridg^ Frederick ; Admiral, brig, from Commodore Jt&ry, cibipf from ^Aprtl j Great Tasmania, shin _ ^A&rist l«.<-—Hoxbuj<gh Caatfc. Wtfc"J»&7 j Aflelftlde, «ph» from j .e; Blaok-Swaa, etr., fcumlAune&ton.**j ' " f'>'- ■' ' *'* > " ii* | Departures. August IS.—Jane Sanderson, for Newcastle. August 14.—Wanderer, brig; for Sydney; Britannia, ship, for Cullao; Cainsurah, snip, for Kurraohee. August 16.—Victoria, bqe., for Bate via; Abbey, aolk, for Circular Head f Gem, ech., tor Newcastle} Prince Albert^ brig, for Newcastle; Omoo, atr., for Adelaide. Projwtkd Departures. For England and die Eaat—B.M. b.s. Salaqtte, 26 th August For London^—Sussex, 23rd August; Water Nymph, 18th August; Anglesey, 8th Septem ber ; Suffolk, 24th Sep...

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Police Intelligence. Monday, 20th August. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

goticc $«tfttiflcnrc. Monday, 20th August. (Before the Police Magistrate.) William Bloomfield and Lawrence Quinland, charged with being druuk and disorderly. Fined 40s. each, or 48 hours in the lock-up. Prisoners took the alternative. Panbula, Thursday, 16th August. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., John Lloyd, and H. Q. King, Esq., J.Ps.) George Hill, charged with drunkenness. Dis charged with a reprimand. Mitchell t. Thomas.—For a breach of the impounding act. Verdict for plaintiff, with open pasture damages of Id. per head for 200 sheep, together with professional costs of £2 2s., aud Court cost of 3s. 6d. Bcga, Friday, 17th August. (Before H. Wren, H. G. King, and E. Haslingden, Esqrs,, J.P.'s) Small Debts.—Damson v. Askew, for 8I.1 Is. Verdict forplaintiff. Same v. Glceson, 61.6s., settled out of Court. Damson v. Barclay, for SI. lis. Verdict for plaintiff. Damson v. Venus, for 81. 9s. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v. Same and Another.—Adjourned to nexteitting. Damson v. Williams...

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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

NEWCASTLE. Arrivals. August 14.—Lion, Fortune, brigs, from Syd ney ; Fayawav, brig, from Melbourne. August 15. Squaw, from Melbourne ; Yarra Yarra, from Syd ney ; Emily Hart, from Sydney ; William Hilt, front Geelong. August 15.—Sir Isaac Newton, Valiant, from Melbourne; Time and Truth, Bonnie Doon, from Sydney. August 17.—Alma, from Melbourne, i Departures. August 14.—Jennet, brig, for Melbourne. August 16.—Athol, seta- for Melbourne; Balmoral, sch., for Hobart Town; Leonidas, for Melbourne, August 16.—Sarah, for Sydney; Drover, for Melbourne ; Yam Yarra, for Moreton ] Bay. August 17,—Juverna, Freak, for Mel bourne ; And, Margaretha, Roesna, Mechlenburg,: for New Zealand, j Coast ees Inwards. | August 18.—Notion, from Sydney; Mountain j Moid, from Sydney. August 17.—Pacific, from 1 Sydney. ] Coasters Outwards. August 15.—H. M. Warfield, Buonaparte, for ; Sydney. August 16 Comet, for Srdney; August 17.—Alexander and John, for Sy<Tney.

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 21st AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

Stltgrxpl. TUESDAY, 21st AUGUST, 1860. It seldom happens in the career of a journalist, to witness the same current of successful events that have taken place in I Eden during the last few months. It will be remembered that only four months ago, these beautiful, though much neglected districts 1 were unknown to the greater portion of the people in Australia; and now the name of Eden has become as familinr as a household word, to every class of persons, from the artiz&n to the cabinet minister in every por tion of the Colonial group. At that time all the petty and vindictive feelings which it is possible to imagine were evinced towards us, and nothing was left untried that was calculated to injure this port and throw it back into insignificance. Some of the sneers that were thrown out against Eden were wholly unworthy of their originators, and cleaiiy illustrated at the time that, none resort to Bcoffing but those who cannot sup port their position by fact.' The clouds which ...

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BRISBANE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

BRISBANE. Arrival. August 4.—Don Juan, for Sydney.

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SUBSCRIPTION TO THE "TELEGRAPH." [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

SUBSCRIPTION TO THE "TELEGRAPH'.' PER UALF-YEAR : If paid in advance £10 0 If uot so paid .. .. £110 0 PER QUARTER: If paid in advance .. 10a. Od. If not so paid .. .. 15s. Od.

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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

ADELAIDE. Arrivals. August 12.—Neon : Oscar, steamer, from King George's Sound. August H.—Aualgista, from ! the Coast. Departures. August 14.—Helena, for Calluo ; Kestrel, for Sydney. August 15.—Havilah, etr., for Mel-1 bourne. !

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

ST<r Jacobus.—Your Essay has come to hand, but 1 want of space compels us to defer its publica j tion ; beside?, we never give publicity to any I communication that is not authenticated by ! the name of the writer. j BeGA.—In our-next. ! J. Manning, Esq.—The chart alluded to has uot | come to hand.

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HOBART TOWN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

HOBART TOWN. Arrivals. August 12.—M&cquaric, sch., from Port Albert; Swordfisli, from Moreton Bay; Free Trader, from Port Albert. August 13.—Tas mania, Btr., from Sydney and Eden ; Tamar, sch., from Newcastle. August 15.—Grecian, from whaling. Departures. August 11.—Dart, for Geelong ; Glencoe, Helen S. Page, for Port Albert; Goldseeker, for Mel. bourne, August 13.—Isabella, for whaling vovage; Mary Ann for Adelaide. August 14. —iMacquarie, tor Port Albert; _ Black Swan, for Melbourne. August 15.—Scotia, Eucalyptus, for Melbourne. August 18.—Free Trader, for Port Albert; Reindeer, for Eden and Sydney.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. Tlie Postal arrangements at the Eden Post ; Office arc as follows :— 1 Tns Mail Abbivbb, j Fkom Sydney, to-morrow. I Tne Mati, Closes, I Fon Sydney, via Nelligeu,this day, 7 a.m. via Bombala, 3 p.m. For Melbourne, to-morrow.

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.W., very lights; Weather, dull. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.W., very lights Weather, dull , ABH1TAL8. j August 17.—Rangatira, atr, 700 tons, Moodie, | from Melbourne, 16th inst. Pas- j iengew, caloon, Mr. Singleton, and ; 13 in the steerage. ( „ 19.—Taamanift, str., John Clinch, from | Hobart Town, 17th inst. Pas sengers, saloon, Messrs. Carter, CulTon, Ferguson, and 103 in the steerage. „ Wonga Wonga, str., 700 tons, David Walker, from Sydney, 18th inst. Passengers, saloon, Mr. MTarlaue, and 20 in the steerage. DEPAKTCRES. August 17.—Rangatira, str, for Sydney. „ 19.—Wonga Wonga, str., for Melbourne. „ 20.—Tasmania, str., for Sydney. Imports. Tasmania.—1 bag onions, Schultz ; 30 pieces Timber, 14 do. packed, 46 battens, Ferguson; 2 horses, 2 carts, 25 cases fruit, 1 hhd. oats, 1 table, 1 wasliBtand, 1 bale hay, Wilson ; 1 case sundries, Henderson; 3 horse* 1 cart, 1 dray, 3 bales bay, 3 bags oats, Lewis; 2 bales bay, 4 bags beans, Carter. Wonga Wonga.—1 parcel, Smith ; 4 cases sundries, 1 dray, Kvslcrton ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula F.very SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from tlic Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Stcampackcts do not call at UllmUilla as formerly. Passengers will find this mite both shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiamlrti Diggings, having hoitses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A steampackct starts from Mcrimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 THE A. S. X. COMPANY'S STEAMHKS will call here regularly to and from Sydney j and Melbourne every week. J S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD HAY. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAND AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. »e 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD 15A V. MR. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Eden, Twofold Bay. sell GEORGE R. DIBBS, SHIP & COMMISSION AGENT, Newcastle, A'EW SOUTH WALES. au24 GEO. DORAN & CO., Shipping and Com mission Agents, General Importers, &c., &c^ AVeecoon street, Ede...

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

: SYDNEY. Abbitals. August 16.—Lord Wolsej, str, from Welling- j . too, 14tii mat.; J-eddo, P. and O. Go's atr., i Norn Citaina^Btr., from Clyde River; Wonga: Wonga, from Melbourne utd Eden; Mimosa, j wtr^ from Merimbula. August 16.—Vimeira, ahip, from Plymouth, 6th May; John Melhuieh, ] ahip, from the Downs,17th April; City of Mel bourne, brifrptm Melbourne; Urara, atr., from CUrei»$fb*«B} Waratah, atr, fromiWide Bay. Aaguat It.—Fenella, atrn from Clambo River; 9nl<if«hi|^ from Cork, 6th May; Indoa, brig, fttm Adelaide; Loonidas, brig, from NevcoBtle ; Adedtaa$%cb, from Adelaide. Departures. AoguBt 15.—Miami, for Melbourne j Truth, for Newcastle; YarraYarra.fi] August 16.—Prinoe Alfred, strn for Auc ■ Lord Ashley, str„ for Nelnon; Caroline, for ; __ ritiua. Augu^, lV.r-tH.M.6. Herald, for Batam.'

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