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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
gntcUipirc. Church Committee Meeting.—A meeting of the Committee appointed to further the establish ment of a Church of England in Eden, was held in the Couvt-housc, on Wednesday evening, wlun it was resolved that subscription lists be under taken by each member of the Committee, and tJint. the Secretary write to the Bishop of Sydney to ascertain what can be done for the furtherance of the object. Meeting at Beoa.—On Friday 17th inst,, u meeting was held at B;ga in reference to the fur tnution of a Municipality in that district. It wa^ resolved to postpone too matter for two ycai>, but in the meantime to call on the Govennncni to expend a Bum of money in the repair of the roads in that locality. The Weather.—llain commenced descending in torrents on Wednesday morning, and hns con tinued ever since with unabated constancy. Map of the District,—The copy of a map of the district, published by J. Manning, Esq., has been fonvarilod to this office, but wc must defer any commont upon it...
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 24TH AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
FRIDAY, 24th AUGUST, 1SW. We have repeatedly had occasion to com ment on the proceedings of the Australian Steam Navigation Company as connected with this Port, and so far from auv change being made, the actual state of tilings is becoming worse. We would have the Com pany clearly understand, at the outset, that wc do not consider ourselves under the least obligation for their steamers calling here under the present system, and we firmly believe, it would be much better for every person in any way connected with the ship ping interest, that they did not call here at nil,—because, were they withdrawn to morrow, there arc other companies who would immediately take the line, and who would have Bomc regard for the convenience of those from. whom they derive a great portion of their support. It is useless to urge that the traffic would not compensate for an alteration in their arrangements, because facte aud figures will beat out au opposite conclusion.. During the last two months, the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
SALE.. MffiTION ■ MESSES. T. c; & £ R. THOMAS .%• WILL SELL, AT THEIR NEW ROOMS, - IMLAY-STZtEET, EDEN, At Twelve o'clock, 0NM0PAY,AU6.27, THE FOLLOWING LA.UGE ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE; CONSISTING OF Chests of Drawers Wardrobe Cheffibnier Meat Safes Cedaf-^pttomed Chairs Trimmed Bail Sofas Meat Safes Leather-covered Couches Washhand Stands Dressing Tables Work Tables Bound Pillar Tables Sundry Cedar Cases In Lota to suit Purchasers. " above assortment are well worthy the attention of tbc numerous parties about furnish ing, are of the best tnakc, and will be cold without any reserve. Now on View.—Terms at Sale. Maize and Oats. t. c.&e.rTthomas, LL sell by AUCTION, at their Rooms, on Monday, 27 th August, at 12 o'clock. 1 100 bushels prime Sydney maize 200 do Tosmaman oats. Terms at Sale. Watertights, Boots, Lamps, &c. T. C. & E.E.THOMAS HAVE received.inrtructione from the Import er to Bell by AUCTION, at their Rooms, ludaystreet, Eden, on Monday next, a...
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, August 23rd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Thursday Evening, August 23rd, 1800. Business during the week has been very active, the rccent importations by the Pioneer, Ellen, Gipsy, and Janet Dixon, have given a new impetus to commercial circles, and several parcelsof goods have already changed hand* One small'lot of flour by the Janet Dixon, was disposed of immediately after its arrival, at a very satisfactory price. Hie quotations: for good samples, first qualify, are, £23 to £24 ' per ton, for large quanties, while retailers axe charging 29s. per 100 lbB,, by the bag. We know of no con signments to»nyextent,and pnleflf. a ship ments shortly received, flour will be a very scarce article. Tea; Sugar, ani) bonded goods continue to realise foir prioes, and a'great de mand for the latter U anticipated in conse qu&lt;mceoftyflfcw number of Inns in course bf etcctid^^ipfhuoil will require to lay in a lorge iBtock^rcvious to commencing business. Good samples of Cork Butter and Cheese arc scarc...
Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
JWtipptofl intcmgcufc. *>OKT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.Vf^ stiff breeze ; weather, very wet, i .Annmts. J August 21.—L&dy Denison, brig, 229 tons, M'Kitilay, from Sydney, 14th iust, —J. Blow, agent. . „ Sea Gull, sch., 78 tons, from Sydney, 18th iiiBt.—T. C. & E. R. Thomas, agents. „ Gipsy, sell., 40 tons, Shepherd, from Sydney, 15th hut. Pas tengers,' Mrs. llac and Son, and another.—G. ttarclny, owner. „ Ellen, fcIi(SO tons, Nicholson, from Sydney, 18th inst. Pns spngerg, Mr. Stewart and family, Mr. JoifcuM).—tf. & H. Solomon's, owners. 22.—Janet Dixon, soli, CO (ins, Pasley, from Melbourne, 27th July.—6. l)omn,ngcnt. „ Malay, b&lt;[e., 240 tons, Hoskins, from Melbourne, 1.1th inst—T.C. & E.U. Thomas, agents. „ Sulcombe Castle, from Melbourne, 15th iDtt., bound for Newcastle. „ 2.1—Rangatirn, str., "00 tons, Moodie, from Sydney, 22nd inft. Pas sengers, 1G in the steerage.—S. & 11. Solomons, agents. DEtMifrrjiKs. August 22.—Lady...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
STEAM BETWEEN SydneyiMerimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not oall at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will,find this route both shorter and more cosy th'an any other to the Kiandra Diggings, liaviug houses 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 STEAM TO HOBABT TOWN. THE TASMANIA STEAMER, JOHN CLINCH, COMMANDER, IS due at this port on Saturday, 25th inst. and will sail for Hobart Town shortly after her arrival. For freight or passage apply to GEORGE BARCLAY, Agent. mHE A. e. N. COMPANY'S 1 STEAMERS trill call here regularly to and from Sydney arid Melbourne every week. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAND AG EXT, AUCTIONEER, &c. so 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. MB. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Eden, Twofold Bat...
SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
SALES BY AUCTION. Mn. Layton will bcII by Auction, this day, at 11 o'clock, near the wharf, 1 horse, cart, harness, sashes, doors, palings, tur.uldiugs, tents, biscuit*, &c.( alf-o '11,527 feet of timber. i Mkssus. T. C. & E. It. Thomas will sell at their j Rooms, on Monday next, 12 o'clock, an immense quantity of furniture, maize, oats, boots, Chinese and kcroseue lumps, &c. ;
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 24 August 1860
SYDNEY. AnniYALs. August 18.—Nora Creina, str.. from Clyde River; Wanderer, brig, from Melbourne. August 10.—Gil J3Jas, brig, from Melbourne; Stornoway, ship, from the Downs, 12tU May; Boomerang, stv., from Brisbane. August 20.—Eliza and Ellon, from San Francisco. August 21.—Tas mania, str., from Hobart Town and Eden ; Eagtc, str., from Uockhampton; William jv. str., from Ulladulla. Departures. August 18.—Aquila, for Guam; Esporanwi, far Newcastle ; XVonga Wongo, str., for Melbourne ; Jenny I.iud, str., for Port Curtis. U. I. M. S. lialcaonienne, for New Caledonia; Yarrow, for Newcastle. August 21.—Waratah, etr, for SVide Bay. rnOJKCTEl) DEPAHTTItF.fi. For Taranaki.—Shamrock, early. For the Fiji Islands.—Kehruider, early. For liondon.—Noilly, early; Damascus, early ; Vimcirs, early; Itifleman, early ; British Merchant, early. For England and the East—Salsette, August 22.
Correspondence. NIMITY BELLE. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
(fonts}} on&lt;M>rc. N1MITY BELLE. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Ataneroo Telegraph. SIR,—A meeting was held on the 11 ill inst. at this place, for the puiposo of opening a road direct from dimity Belle to the harbours of the coast, and to adopt resolutions in ordi?r to receive the co-operation of others interested. Mr. Archibald M'Donuld was voted to the chair, and briefly adverted to the necessity of a road being opened for the good of our town and the interest of the masses. He stated that he proceeded in person with two others, in conformity with a resolution puscd at a former meeting, to inspect the •intended line, and lie could ro ort very favourably und.-r the circu'nstances, that a bridle track might ho formed with little or no difficulty, and no very gnat expense, lie therefore, wished the people present to do everything in their power to forward the object of the meeting. Mr. David M'Donald put the following ques tions, for the information of the public, ...
Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
&lt;%lncy The Ilotiomhlo John Robcrtown, M.P., Premier, linn lie.- ii malting a.tour through 1)10 country dis triels, mid lia.s bci ii TOuivtu mid banquet*, d in the in >t Haiti ring maimer. On Saturday 25th inn!., n p'oa^ant re-unii'ii look j)1.!-.' ■ ,ii the Sir Jow ph lt.udis Hotel, lio m y Bay, in-: v.-i'oti Mi'. John Fairfax a:;d sons, and tin* cinp'r ,;.., (' tiie Sydney Montinti Herald. It " .•» tlic fuiii tii anniversary of the Herald dim.'i - l Waz:j! .osv, ami to mark their appreciation i.f tin rliar.i'l;r of Mwsrv. Fairfax, the gentlemen of the viirioiiR departments combined together, and roMjlvt-d to in vile them to a complimentary : dinner. The party, numbering seventy persons, after a slight refection went various way.-, in 'jucist of pleasure, Home cricketing, other.-- i ruciic', Ajc., till the niternoon, when they sat down to an excellent dinner. j Tun \t;w Comkot.—AYe nre given to under stand ihat Mr. M. I). Isaac's new roiieilv of " AVea! !i and Worth" l...
The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 31ST AUGUST, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
Ik Idtfltajrh. FH1DAY, 31st AUGUST, 18C0. I " What may happen to a man in Victoria,1' i has been for eome years past a favorite heading for newspaper articles in that colony, when they happen to treat of the cxtraor dinaiy vicissitudes and occurrences that occasionally happen in individual life. We shall have to begin to borrow from that stereotyped heading, and write " What may happen to a man in Eden." Our report in this day's issue of the Police Court pro ceedings in Eden -on Wednesday last, in re the Queen v. Johnston and the Queen v. Smith, comes under this general head, and reveals an amount of profligate cunning, and trickery, that perhaps, could he equalled in any part of the World but _ ^ew South Wales. It wilH>e noticed by our readers that VMr. Johnston, who, we may observe is known to bea energetic, industrious townsman, i •uppflrtto 'thelraw ebaritibie.educationa], ] ?uulreii|ipous institutions, which haveepning i into fjdstewa^am^mporfuieoualy with the influ»f>f l...
Victorian Items. [BY ELECTRICE TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, Monday, 7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
$irtmtira gtcms. [By Electric Telegraph.] MELBOURNE, Monday, 7 A meeting is being held in the Eastern Market to pronounce opinion on the conduct of the Governor in the Ministerial crisis. The accusation is, that he has stood between the people and their hopes in refusing Messrs. Duffy and Heales power to dissolve the Assembly. Humour says that Mr. Nicholson has brought the Council to hear reason, and that the former Cabinet, modified, will return to office. The Salsette sailed for Galle at three p.m. yesterday. We are informed by good authority, that previous to the steamer leaving Sydney, a telegram was received, to the effect that Mr. Michie intends meeting the Ministry with a vote of want of confidence. Two highly bred horses, Hermit and Mathe matician, and several well bred mares had been landed from the Sea Star. The Volunteer movement is still spreading. The Victorian Agricultural Society had hold their general annual meeting, the inconnT for the yeai was £798 and the balance ...
Police Intelligence. EDEN, Tuesday 28th August, 1860. (Before the Police Magistrate and G. Barclay, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
goUrc gntelliflftttt. Eden, Tuesday 28th August, I860. (Before the Policc Magistrate end G. Barclay, Esq-.J-P.) Nicholson v. JrGwwiNO.—Defendant was charged by Joshua Blow, agent for Mr. Nicholson of Maneron, of being illegally in possession of a portion of land in Eden, the property of the said Mr, Nicholson. The Crows grant and transfer to plaintiff were produced, but defendant refused to give up possession, stating that the land in question nad never been conveyed from Mr. ! Boyd, and that he (defendant) would retain pos | session till Mr. Boyd's heir came to turn him off. Defendant ordered by the Bench to gi ve up possession at once, and in the event of his not doing bo, a warrant would be issued within seven days to take forcible possession of the same. .Defendant asked if he could lodge an appeal to a higher Court, mid was informal that he could through an attorney. William Butler was charged by James Brown, with beingflrunk disorderly,and a nuisance. De fendant thought hewas ...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
Si'DKEV. Arrivals. August 25.—Fitles, bqo., from Hong Kont» ; Wongs Wotiga, str., fr.mj Melbouri e and Eden. August 25.—Man* O'Hrien, ship, fiom Cardiff. ! August 2".—William, scli., from Port Macquarie. Departures. August25.—Spccjf >rNcw Caledonia; Hrilliant, for Melbourne ; Tasmania, str., fir Eden, and Hobart Town. August 27.—-Shamrock, for Tarauiki; Golden Spring, for Melliournf. Projected Depastures. For Eden.—Courier. 2oth inat. For the Fiji Island*.—Kehruider, early. For London.—Neilly, early ; Damascus, early ; Viuietrn, eirly; Rifleman, early; British J'crchant, «avly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
j SALES BY AUCI ION. [ Mb. J. Blow will sell by Auction, on Monday | nest, 60 allotments of Land, in Cocora, llegcni, j Callc Calle, and Chsndos Streets. Mr. W. PfiKSCOTr will se^by Auction on Mon day, near the Jetty, a small boit, with paddle.*, ! rudder, &£., complete.
MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860
MELBOURNE. A urn v alb. August 23.—Emma, sch., from Port Frederick; Highland Lassie, sell, from Newcastle; Vistula, Bch., from Fiji Inlands ; Eucalvnlu?, bqe., from Hobart Towu. August 24.—Elizabeth, ech., from WiHunga ; Herelf;" sch., from Emu Bay; Victory, ech., from Circular Head ; Farm, sen., from Sydney; Three SisUrs, sch., from Port Frederick ; Mariposa, sch, from Hobart Town ; Scotia, >ch, from Hobart Town ; Picard, sch, from Hobart Town ; Mofy and Ilose, sclin frrm Sydney; Anne, .^ch., from Apollo Buy. August 25. Block Swan, str., from Launceston; City of Hobart *jrom Hobarf Tbwu; O.-cnr, str., from Adelaide ; Bangatira, str, from Sydney; Salsette, P. and O. Co'fc sir., from - Byilncy ; Omco, str., from Adelaide; Queen, str., from Port Fajry. Depastures. August 23.—Commerce, sch, for the Goast. August 24.—Goldseeker, sch., for Hobart Town ; Jttaptd, j&fp, for Newcastle August 25—Tommy, ach., for CircviW Jiead; Stqim Bird, fctr., for Port Alberts HavUah,8ti$for Ade...