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

SfERIMBULA. Abhivals. August 16.—Cori<% ptr., M'Kue, from Sydney. „ IS.—Nowra, »tr, Grant, from Puubula River. „ 19.—Mimosa, str., Mavlor, from Sydney. Passc-tigcrs, saloon, 18, and 25 in the stwrogp. j Imports. I Coria—100 tons coal. Nowra.—tous potatoes. Mimosa.—1 cask wine, 30 bags flour. 4,700 t.g. | pine boards, 5 packages doors and sashes, S do. j stops and beads, 52 joists, 1 package ridgo beads, 8 packages, (109 studs), 4 packages, (24 plates), 8 packages framing for & house, (301 fret), 1 box, 1 truss, 16 mats sugar, Massic and Edwards; 1 carriage, 4 cases, 1 spade, 1 cask, extra luggage, C&pt. Campbell; 3 cases, 1 bundle ridging, 1 parcel, 1 ease sashes, 1,200 feet t.g. pine boords, 1 cask crockenr, 20 cases spirits, 1 cask wine, 1 hhd. rum, 1 hhd. porter, 1 keg brandy, 3 casks bottled beer, 1 da do. ale, 2 bags biscuit, 54 1-in. t.g. boards, 1 cask, 2 cases Bashes, M'Causland ; 1 parcel, 1 horse, M. Farrell; 1 box, 10 bags potatoes, Wren; 16 bar...

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

DIARY. daj8 0f.wcckjgayt?,f|sunls"u ' Month, rises Bets. i Moou'sj j1^1' 4™ Water ^ i at Etlen. i . jh.m. b.m.i days. flitm. [Tuesday 'Aug.2l!6 36 5 30 4 11 21 a.m. Wednesday..; „ 226 35 5 31 5 '12 II p.w. i Tucesday.... ,,23,6 33 5 31; 6 12 56,,

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

SALE BY AUCTION. Mr. William Prescott will sell at the Stores, near the Wharf, to morrow, at 12 o'clock, a large assortment of Furniture,&c.

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

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wool.—There is little in the wool market The j circulars from London show a decline of Id. to 2d. in the lb. ou March sales on faulty samples, I whilst scared wools 6old readily, but at lower j rates than 1659. It is anticipated, however, that wools will sell well for the remainder of the year, j On 25th June, 60,000 bales were on hand for the ] next month's sale. Sheepskin.—Dull, 4}d. to 8d. j Tallow.—No demand for export. Beef, £37 to £415 mutton, £45 to £48. j Hides.—English market dull and drooping, Australian J per lb. lower. Sales could not be made, and stocks still increasing. Latest quuta- j tions from the Herald of Saturday last) are from j 6b. to 15s. 6d. each. I Fat Cattle.—An improvement has taken place in this market during the week. Prime bullocks realise from £6 6s. to £(310s, Fat Sheep.—Scarce—a flock of prime quality would command a steady sale at an advance.

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, MONDAY Evening, August 20th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, August 20th, I860. Since our last publication a reaction has taken placc in the flour market, and the best brands, first quality, are becoming 6carcc, and may be quoted at from £24 to £25 per ton. We do not hear of any shipments for this port, and a small consignment would com mand a ready 6ale. Shippers, however, should be careful as the consumption is limited. Oats, hay, and bran, remain as last quoted although sales ore now easily effected. Sugars are lively, and the stock in hand limited. Wc hear of large consignments of dutiable goods from the neighbouring colonies. The horse market remains quiet.

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TASMANIAN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

TASMANIAN MARKETS. The wheat market is very quiet, scarcely any thing doing. The market price is still 8s. 6d. per buslcl. Oats show no signs of improvement, and are very seldom asked for. Lnglisli barley is very scarce, but quotations remain as before. Hay is unaltered, loose still ranging from £6 to £7 per ton according to quality, and country pressed from £5 10s. to £6 10s. Potatoes were rather in better iuquiiy to-day. Fiour is in fair demand for local requirements at £21 to £22 per ton according to quantity, for first qualities. Btan, Is. 5d. to Is. 9d. per bushel.—Mercury. The markets arc dull in the extreme, and there is no alteration to note in prices. Wheat is still quoted at -8s. 6d. per bushel. The Commissariat have accepted 3000 bushels at 8s. 5d. per bushel. Flour is quoted at from 21?. to 221. per ton — Advertiser.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

MELBOURNE MARKETS, Business baa not been by any means brisk to day. Country demand has again declined, and but few goods are being forwarded inland. Hie flour market has been inactive, and prioea almost nominal, from £18 to £20 for Aaelaide town brands. Messrp. Fraser and Oohen offered the cargo of sugar ex Allies, from Mauritius, for sale j to-oay, at their rooms; but the trade, showing but little dispoiition to purchase to any extent, plaoed only about 700 nags. Greyish crystals brought from £4312*. 6d. to £43 17s. 6d.i good; to fineyellows, £40 to £41; and middling brown, £30 per ton. The same firm also offered a parcel of Cossipore sugar, only 100 hags of which found buyero at 60s.; and teas, ex Asa.Paoker. at 91.12s. <Jd. to 9J.16s. per chest » Californian wheat (all faults) 6s, ed/cash; Sheffield ale, 61.16s. per hhd.; Havannan cigars, 4i. l0a. to it. 15b., duty paid; Tastnanian butter, 13d. per lb. Messrs. Greig and Murray sold at the Wharf, the cargo of Circular H...

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CHINA. HONG KONG. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

CHINA. HONG E.ONG. AaaPmB. rarna. Jane 4. leirotatle. Jane 6.—Golden E%fi,from Newcwtte. June 8.—North Wind, frajn HBjidnej." Jane 16.—Annie Bowen, from Sydney. Jnne 16.—Qwmgo Warren, from Mel JwufM. ,*7"" ; Ji® 6^Th»l^fiir tielbonrnft, ABBmj* fe2.~Oo«*diDe TaSmmi. from Sydney, New Zealand. May 28. Sydnep

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 August 1860

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON. ARRIVALS. July 21.—William Alfred, from Sydney, July 26; Melbourne, from Newcastle. Departure. July 31.—William Alfred, for Nelson. NELSON. Abbitalb. August 4.—William Alfred, from Wellington ; Cosmopolite, from Otago. O T A 0 O. Arrival. July 14.—Thomas and Henry, from Syduey. NEW PLYMOUTH. Arrivals. August 8.—-Victoria, str., from Melbourne; George Henderson, from Auckland.

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

I June&—M»arM> irom ajuilponrne, Jane 12. —Miletui, fromMelbourwP j

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

BAT A VI A. Arrivals. I May 26.—Concurrent, Oscar I, from Adelaide. May 28.—Carlotta, from Melbourne. May 29. : —Princess Amelia, Borneo, from Newoastle. ! The Rahoatira left Port Phillip Heads on I Thursday, 8 p.m., experienced fine Weather, and | arrived here 11.30 p.m. on Friday. She landed j 14 passengers and a small quantity of cargo, and i sailed for Sydney at 12.20 a.m. ! The Tasmania sailed from Hobart Town on 1 Friday, 17th inst, passed the Reindeer off ; St. Patrick's Head on the same day, with a largo cargo of timber and other articles, and | passengers for this port. She experienced fine i weather during the passage, and arrived here on i Sunday, and landed 106 passengers Oil Monday morning she discharged cargo, and about 11 o'clock steamed out of the harbour for Sydney. THE WONGA WONGA rounded the North Head   at ten minutes before 2 p.m. on Sunday, landed     21 passengers, and cargo, and steamed out of the harbour twenty minutes ...

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THE ROAD TO KIANDRA. [FROM OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.] To the Editor of the T[?]fold Boy and [?] Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

T1IE ROAD TO IvIANDRA. [from ol'h srEci.vr, ni:i'onTun.] j To the Editor of the T>coMil Boy ami Xaiwoo \ Tvhymph. j •Sm,—Itemiuding you that my la*t rommuni- j ration broke oil' with the story of ''The Artful Dodger," 1 now resume my narrative :— Oil my road to l'anbula, 1 w.is overtaken by a jjolly looking farmer, with whom I en tore I fredy j into conversation. Koforring to the health of the . district, the subject of medical fees and chargcs turned up, mid hi; told me that for o:ic visit of1 the local d .etor, and a bottle, of what Sh:i!i*piare calls "stuff," lie was presented wilh an account claiming, for the visit £6, u:id for the bottle of stuff, 10 s. Thin is by no means an exceptional case, fori found on the further progress of my journey, great complaint about the exorbitant charges of medical practitioners, and in fac t it is • clear tint many human crc.iture.s liven arc im perilled because people cannot meet the doctors' j •views. I know it may be said that this is a ,...

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Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday 21st August, 1860. (Before Police Magistrate and G. Barclay, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

goitre gjntfttiflfnrf. EDEN, Tuesday 21sb August, 1800. (Before l'olicu Mngistroto ami G. Barclay, Esq., Layington v. Johnston.—Summons to recover £6 9s. 1(M. value of sundries borrowed by de fendant, and uot returned. j Plaintiff deposed on oath that, on 24th May last he lent defendant two oars, a grapnel, 20 feet Europe rope, and 1 hammer, with an under- ] standing tnat if they were lost thry would be paid j for. Tnoy were not returned, and tho amount now sued for was the value of the articles. Several i witnesses were called who gave evidence an to tin; articles being borrowed by defendant, and sonic ; of them broken and lost while in his service. ! Their Worships gave a verdict for £3 10s. with ! 0s. 6d. costs. I Police v. Silk.—Adjourned. ] "Wednesday, August 23. ; (Before the Police Ma^istr.-vte.) 1 Lawrence Quinlnn appeared to answeva charge preferred against hini by Defective Morris, of. being one of a party who committed the lobljery near Honeysuckle some time back. Kcinund...

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Correspondence. BEGA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

tforrcjspoiutrnrc. BEGA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] l'ursuant to advertisement a meeting wos held at tlie Court House ou Friday, 17th inst, to take into consideration the propriety of consti tuting the district a Municipality. Mr. John M'Grogor, Ben., having been voted to the chair, it was proposed by l)r. King and seconded by Mr. Gowing, " That it is highly desirable to con stitute this district a Municipality, in order to : obtain assistance from the Government to carry : out several works of great public utility." | An amendment was moved by Mr. Haslingden, : seconded by Mr. Wren, '.'That it is neither de . sirable nor expedient to have the district pro I claimed a Municipality at the present time." , The amendment was carried by a large majority, j The further consideration of the subject was | adjourned for the space of two years, when it is oxpcctcd there will be a much larger increase of population. Although the meeting was a failure, it was attended with one good result, that...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. ADELAIDE, Monday, Aug. 20, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

Bv Eleotiiic Telegraph. ADELAIDE. Monday, Aug. 20,6 p.m. Flour quoted to-day at £15 10s. j»r ton for cash. Heavy dust storm to-day, and every appear aiice or wu$t is CQg'eny iooked for— raui. "Tue VoLUNTUEna' SoNO."—Underlie title above given, tlie wordBfrom tlie pen of Mr. Henry Halloran, addressed to tbo volunteers, have been sot to music by Mr. M'Kenzie.—Herald-. ' Tho Goulburn Herald is now priuted by ate am

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

REQUISITION. EDEN, 23rd'August, 1860. S1R1— TTTE, (he Undersigned, Landed Proprietors and IT Residents in the District of EDEN, re spectfully request that you will CONVENE ft PUBLIC MEETING, to bo liolden on FfilDAY , Evening, the 24th insi, for the purpose of taking into consideration the dcsiraljility_of OPENING j the ROAD from EDEN to IIOmBALA, via the Township of Sturt, and tlience to the Manoroo 1 Gold Fields. We are. Sir, , Your obed. Servants, Geo. Barclay, J. Nicholson, ■ Clias. Cameron, J. M. Walker, W. Prcseott, W. Shaw, ' J. II. Edwards. P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., Eden.' Gentlemen,— In compliance willi t.tia nbovy li^qni-silioi, I lurcbv GONV12XK a Pl'ltlJC MKi-l 1'ING ;o Ik- l.olik-n at the COUKT HOl'Sli, KDKN, on J PJIIDAY- Evcuiiu, the L'-ltli iust., at S.'ven o'clock". I am, Gentlemen, Your obid. Servant, P.J. ML'JiltAY, P.M. To Messrs. Barclay, Nicholson, mid othirs signing tbo Requisition. Pdcn, 23rd August, 1800. For SALE by AUCTION, On FRIDAY next the 24th nut., ut...

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New Zealand. LATER FROM THE SEAT OP WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

%w Sralmicl. LATER FROM THE SEAT OP WAR. | The news by the Lord i\ or»Iey is of a very unpleasant nature. Major-General Pratt bad beo:i received by Colonel Gold. Th; ua'ives were be- j coming bolder, tbe major part of them eithert '• being being in arms or in league against Uii|, Government. Horses, cattlc, .Mid snccp, wore' being driven awny by the Muuiies. Some of the people hut) endeavoured to 6tfvc their property, and £cveral shots were exchanged, although without much damage. 'The natives were begin ning to ,ubo rifles, and a carter jvairshot in the midst of A party getting wood. : Asottler by tho name of Hurford, and a gunner, were shot whilo returning home. On tho tnornirig of tlw^th inst, the town of Taranaki, was thro\ra ihlK&fttconsternation by a report that tho nqlivca^p attacking the town. The sceno oeoasionea by the women and children is described as IrightfuL Although only a few places on ibo outskirts- were plundered, it was thought judicious to remove tho wom...

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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

NEWCASTLE. A UH1V.U.S. August 17.—Alma,- sell., Mandarin, bqe., | Scbiin, sell., Ellen Simpson, bqc, Dera, brig, j Irom Melbourne ; New Moon, sir., from Maoloay | River. August IS,—Ann Saiidrmoii, brii;, from j Melbourne j Amelia Breillat, brig, fro n Sydney; j C. F. Lotting, brig, from Melbourne ; Lion, bqc., ' from Sydney. ' j Dwartcres. j August 17.—Juverna, bqo., for Mellxtunio ; j Ariel, sell., for New Zealand; Freak, sell., for Mel- j bourne; Margeretlia Rocsncr, ship, for Auckland. August 20.—Bessie, bqe., for Melbourne ; • Orestes, bqe., fy- Dataria. j

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

Arrival and Ditartduk of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden IVt | Office are as follows ;— j Tub Mail Aurives, I Fkom Sydney.—Via the Coiv-t, this tliy, 3 i p.m.; via Uoiuliala, Sunday, :! p in. ; ainl via ' the Coast Momhy,:> jun. j From Mei.:.olt,ni..—lly tho SU:inur to- j night. XnK Mail ci.osrs, Fob SvnSKY.—Via the Ccia-t, .m<l 1-y the Steamer this day, !t juh. ; via the {'"i-i, Monday, !) ji.ni. .. —.— , .

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BRISBANE. ARRIVAL. August 14.—Express, from London. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860

BRISBANE. Arrival. August 14.—Express, from Ix>ndon. The Lady Dcnison arrived on 22nil inst, Ex perienced light southerly winds and calms during I the passage. She landed a quantity of t argo ana j sailed 4 p.m. on Wednesday. ! The Sea Gull arrived on 22nd inst, bringing a large cargo of timber. On the 10th ami 17th she encountered a strong S.W. gale, being a long way to the southward. The Gipsy left Sydney on the loth inst., ex perienced southerly winds, and arrived at this port on the 22nd inst. ' The Elicit left Sydney on the 18th, and ! arrived hereon the 23rd iust. Kept company with I a brig hound to the southward, supposed to be the Drover, till reaching tho Heads. When off the Dromederry an immense number of whales were ; in sight, and on Sunday evening they wens spout ing in every direction. She brings a large cargo of mcn-handise. Thk J anut Dixon.—This vessel left Melbourne on the 27th ult., and after clearing Port I'hillip Heads, encountered a strong easterly gale, and...

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