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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

MB. EDWARD WILLIAMS, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR & CONVEYANCER HAS BUMOVBU His Office to the "Forest Oak," at Panbula. sell LIME! LIME! LIME! ]" AN DING and on BALK by the under J signed. THOMAS A. WILLIAMS, up 4 Little Imliiy Street. NOTICE. THE meeting of tlio supporters of the Notional School is adjourned to to-morrow, lbt Si-iitcuiber, at ei?ht p.m. precitelv. Q. P'KEON, Hon. Secretary. FOB SALE, THE unexpired term of a VALUABLE LEASE, in the TOWNSHIP OF EDEN. For terms, npply lo Mil. J. BLOW, Auctiower, Chandos Street, Eden. STOLEN or STRAYED, from the THREE-; MILE WATEKHOLE, near l'anbula, a Black HORSE, branded CF on the shoulder. If | slol. ii, £5, and if strayed, £2 Reward will be paid by the undersigned, CHARLES FAlttMAN August 23th, 1660. Sydney clvrrtijSfmrntjs. CHARLES BROWN, Stock and Commission Agent, of 33, Bourke-atreet, Melbourne ; and Dcnilinquin, New South Wales, begs to inform Squatters and others that lie lias established a branch of his business in Sydney, whi...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

DIARY. pavsofweekj®ay®flsunl^n|m?0'''8! watsr | Month .j naes sets, j Ago , ^ i lh.ni |b.ru.! days, i li. m. Fbidat !Aug31|6 23:5 37 14 ' 8 51 p.m. Saturday Sep. 1!6 22;5 38. 15 j 9 26 „ sujfxmv^....j „ 2821539 16 >10 2 „ Mo.vdat 1 » 36 195 39 17 i!0 37 „

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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BELFAST. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

Portland. EPj eou, for Jtolbouroo, v «• -

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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New Zealand [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

The f 'ioi -ig lefter, addressed to the People of INV.v Plymouth, opnceroiug the prosent war, will be real with intrtPCSt:— My lriouda, iuy dear friends the pnkcha, listen to we. 1 will speak to you of the bcneficiences of the pakeha, and of the blunderings of the Mnori. I will speak to you of the wrongs by which this land and its inhabitants were de graded. 1 will spoak also of the means by which independence came to this land and to these men. Formerly sg, the Maories, alone lived in this New Zea'.audfwe did wrong to one another, wo made war on one another, we ate one another, we exterminated one another. Soiuo had deserted the land, some were enslaved, the remnant that was spared went to seek other latids Now this was the arrangement of 'this land. Mokau was the boundary on the norili, Nga Motu j (the sugar loaves) the boundary on the south ;! beyond were Taranaki and Xgatiruanui. . j All was quite deserted ; the land, the sea, the j streams and lakes the fores-t. the rock", were...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

NEWCASTLE. Arrivals. August 25.—Gem, sch, from Melbourne;] James Pax tun, sch, from Gcclong ; Sa! com be Castle, sch. (row Melbourne. August 2(3. < —Alcyone, bqe., from Geelong ; Malay, bqe., j Bolla Vista, from Melbourne. " | DEPABTCKES. i August 25.—Melbourne, bqe., f.ir Adelaide ; Lauriceston, Ixjf., for Melbourne ; Slia:nroct, and I Grafton, fur Sydney. i

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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WARRNAMBOOL. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

warrnajabool. W-c:*. . " J • mugUBt 28—Hugh Boberte, from. TotiUam 24.—Qoee^froml^land. - *'

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

G. GOLDSMITH, WHOi.rjJAl.K AND IlETAII' "Wine, Spirit, & Porter Merchant, sydx r:v. ' ' ainl the (i-lj i iiing I'l'-iiict-c, will be received ills*' executed l>v return fi • i nor. \ Marte'l's best dark Hrmdy, U7s. per gftnali Un. "mi quality do, Sii's. do. Do. pale llrandy, 3/3s. do. Januicn Rum, Cost, 18«. do. Do, 2nd quality, 12b. do. Hollands Gin, in 4 gallon case of 15 bottles, per caHo. Olil Tom, from 40s. to 44s. per casp. French Cognac llrandy, 1st quality, 44s. do Do do do, 2nd do, 40s. tin. Do do do, 3rd dn, aBs. do. I'orf, 1,-f fpality, draught. 3fid. per gallon I)«), l>:'d do, do, 13s. do. I)o, 3rd do, do, 11k. do. Do, 4 * li do, do, do. Slu'irv, l.st do, do, lfi.x. fid. do, L'o. 2nd do, do, 13s. do. 1 >o, 3rd do, do, Il.s. do. I )■', -Itli do, do, :)s. do. l'.ist Wine. 1st, qua'ltv. in !>•>( 1:?, 3"s. per doB J Jo, :!nd do, do, 3a*. do. To, ."3rd d do, 27s. d". Do, -5th do, do, ;Ms. do. Shvrrv, l>t do, 3,-s. -lo. Do, -2nd <!•', /I »,...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

Arrival akd Departure op Matls. The Postal arrangements at the F.dvn Post Office are as follows :— Tub Mml Abrivbb, Fbom Svdkev.—Via the Coa«t. this day, 3 p.m.; via Bombala, Sunday, 3 p.m.; and' via the Coast Monday, 3 p.m. Tub Mail Close*, Fob Stdxf.V—Via the Coast, this day, 19 p.m.; via the Coast, Monday, 9 p.m. | For Melbourne, on Saturday, 9 p.m.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, S.E.; weather, fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

pipping $ntriUgca«. rORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. \Wnd, S.E. j weather, fine. ARH1VA18. August 28.—Raiigatira, str., from Melbourne, j 27th in&t Passengers, 14 in the i steerage.—-S. & H. Solomons, • tsjfrnta. I „ 29.—Brilliant, Bcb., from Sydney, bound j for Geelong. „ 4 City of Sydney, brig, H8 tons, j Henry Griffiths from Launceslon, j 2Cth "inst.—J. lilr.w, ar'dit. j „ Wonjra Won^R, s(r., TOO terns, | llavld Walker, from Sydney, 26th [ ii.st. Passe»g<rs, '24 iu the j liteernge.—S. A: 11. Solomons, | agents. j „ Vilielia. soh., from Melbourne, bound for Newcastle. DEP.inruKEa ] August 2S.—Eilr-n, tch, 80 tons, Nicholson, for Sydney. „ Yarn, sch., for Mellwurne. „ Ran^atira, str., for Sydney. „ Wnnga Wonga, str., for Melbourne. „ Reindeer, fur Sydney. j „ 30.—Viiielin, sch., for Newcastle. „ Brilliuit, sch., for Gielong. 1 Cleared Ocr. ; Aogu»t 29.—Gijisy, pcU, 50 toni, Shvphcril, for Sydney. i Imports. j City of Sydney.—12 kegs butter, 170 posts, 60 hags f...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, nt Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter and more easy than any other to the Kiandra Diggings, having houses of nccommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A eteampackct starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, FOR LAUNCESTON, DIRECT. THE clipper brig CITY" OF SYDNEY, Griffiths, master, will Bait for (he above port on or about MONDAY, the 3rd instant. For freight or passage, Apply to JOSHUA W.OW, Agent. every Tuesday, oe 2 TUE a. S. x. COMPANY'S STEAMERS will call hero regularly to and from Sydney ana Melbourne overy week. S. & H. SOLOMONS, Agents, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAND AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. ■e 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD bay. MB. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom Honse & Shipping Agent, Eden, Twofold Bat. soil GEO. DORAN &...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY Evening, August 30th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Thursday Eveuing, August 30th, 1660. Since our last issue business has been j [quieter than on any corresponding period | during the last month. | The City of Sydney has brought a small 1 quantity of flour, but not sufficient to cause j anj* great alteration in the market. | Land continues to realize high prices. i j The following are a few of the retail prices | ! prevailing here at present:— ! Bread; Is. Cd. 41b loaf. j I Beef and Mutton, 4<i. to CJ. per Ik j Cork Butter, 2s. dj. Cheese, Is. do. j j Potatoes, 71b. Is. Belmont Candles, 2s. do.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ADELAIDE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

ADELAIDE. Arrival. August 24.—Lady Bird, from Melbourne. Departures. August 22.—Oscar, and Omea, for Melbourne. August 23.—Rebecca, for Port Elliott. No signs of Lady Bird. The Raxqatuu.—This steamer left Mel bourne at the usual hour on Monday, arrived hero at 11 p,tn. on Tuesday night, and sailed ehortiy after. The Citt or Stdsev.—This fast-soiling brig has made an excellent run from Launceston. ' She left lhat port on Sunday, 26th iiist., and nrrivtd here on Wednesday, 29th inst. AVe are ! indebted to the kindnets of Captain Griffiths, for ' a file of Launceston papers to the 25th inst. I The Wonga Wonga left Sydney at 3.16 p.m. | on Tuesday, experienced hrad winds and a heavy | Boa during the voyage, and arrived at this port on ' Wednesday night, 10.15 o'clock.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 31 August 1860

Local Intelligence. THE KILLER. — This strange specimen of the finny tribe is being exhibited at East Boyd. It somewhat resembles a whale in formation, espe- cially about the tail. It is 14 feet in length by 9 feet in circumference. The most peculiar feature about it is, a large fin standing erect on the centre of its back, 18 inches in length, and re- sembling in shape the helmet of Mars. It has an upper and lower row of formidable teeth, pro- truding from the gums about 11 inch. WHALING. — One of the boats were seen fast to- day, but up to the time of our going to press we have not heard wheiher the fish is captured. THE BONDI ROAD. — A meeting of the com- mittee, appointed on a previous occasion to further the above object, took place in the Court- house last evening, Mr. Doran in the chair. It was resolved that the committee, under the leadership of Mr. Rixon, shall set out on Wednes- day next, to personally inspect the road in ques- tion, and the country in that direction ; and...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

sCoral The Wiiabf.—In consequebce of the disgrace ful condition of our wharf accommodation anfl thr uncertainty as to when the Govtrnmemftn tend ^ooepting e tender for the construction $ the new Jotty, Jhe inhabitants have subscribed, a sum of Jgpney, and contracted with parties to make a.TOad, and otlierwisa render the present Jetty available for landing passengers and goods. National School,—On SatHby the Stbrinst. a meeting was held in the fttyrapehool room, for the purpose of appointing several patrons in the placo ot Messrs. Barclay, '.Solomons, llixon, and Prescott, resigned. Mr. Keon was rpt^Pe.the chair, and explained, the* objects of tl& itneeting, After some explanations having bben givcn/as to the cause orreetonation of the above persons, Mr. Shawoovcd that the. former the addit ; 'are the; natrons be reappointed, with lew others. The following''a who wqro elected:—Messrs. SolomonBT^tirclafe ^ranyWill^au, Prescott, Murray,Ki^ni|>ix«i m-.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

I'irtoriii. Tlic following telegraphic news from Mel bourne is taken froi>< the Sydney Morning J;'crtild:—Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Assembly met at four o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Nicholson explained that he and his col* leagues, with the exception of Messrs. Service ana Francis, had agreed to retain office in the present difficulty. An animated debate followed, when Mr. Duffy made a well considered onslaught on the Attorney-General, which brought forth an indifferent reply. About 2000 people were out side the House, who had adjourned from last night's meeting in the Eastern Market. Nicholson has declined to give a policy to night, pending the reconstruction of his cabinet. Flour, £15 10s. 3000 bushels of Adelaide wheat were sold at Gs. Cd. RIOT IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, Wednesday, 9 a.m. A serious riot took place last evoning in the Parliamentary reserve, on adjoArnment of the House at hall-past six for dinner-hour. Wilson Grey marched at the head of the ex cited mob outsid...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

In the Insolvent Estate of Thomas Smith, j MB. WILLIAM PRESCOTT Has been favoured with instructions from F. W. Perry, Esq., official Assignee in the above Estate, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On the premises, late the PLOUGH INK, Panbuia, — without any .reserve, on THUHfeAT, 13th SEPTEMBER, I860, at 11 o'clock. ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS in the above Estate, com prising:—dining, and other Tables, Sofas, Mattresses, Easy Chairs, oedar and other Chun, Pier, and Dressing Glasses, Chimney Ornaments, Withstands, Blankets, Sheets, PilloWB, Bolsters, Toilet Bets, Hearth Rngs, Candlesticks, Bedsteads, iron and cedar, Chests Drawers, Kitchen Utensils, Spirit Kegs, Measures, Cops and Saucers, Fowls, Geeee, &c., Terms.—Cash. TIMBER I TIMBEB! &Cii &c< "IfR. BLOW is favored with instructions to ill SUBMIT to PUBLIC COMPETITION7, on WEDNESPAY next, 6th inst, on the WHABF, atlTbYlock, Hardwood Quartering 3x2, 4x2,' 6x2, 4x3, 5 * a "WOO feet Battensf $0...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Victoria Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

The following summary of Victorian news is compiled from tne Age of latest datesSunday sermoe in the Theatre Royal, siQl continues to nttraot thousands. On Sunday, 28th ult. the very reverend the Dean of Melbourne, officiated at the eleventh of the Sunday evening services; taking his text from the 13th chapter of Mathew, at the 45th and 46th versos. The sermon is given full in the Melbourne papers. The Theatre was crowded to excess, and a great number of people were unable to find room. Public meetings have been held in various places, in«nd around Melbourne, in reference to the present unsatisfactory condition of the Land law j and resolutions have been passed at some of them, recommending any government that may be formed to insist on passing the Land Bill in its entirety, or else hare recourse to the Orders in CounciL Several cases of daring highway robbenr nnder arms are reported A Kir. John Tate, of Maldon, while returning home one evening was robbed of two £l-notes. He had £26...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

NEWCASTLE. Arrivals. August 28.—Prince Arthur, from Melbourne; Rebecca, itch, from Melbourne ; Jane, soli., from Geelong; Clarendon, and Tyro, brigf, from Melbonrne. August 29.—Ann and Maria, brij, Wild Gaaelle, bqe., Fair Tasmania, sell., from Melbourne; Heather Bell, brig, from Lnunceston. August 30.—Athol, scb., Yam Yarra, utr., Hirondelle, ecli., from Sydney s Rapid, ship, from Melbourne; Pioneer, scb, from Twofold Bay. August 31.—Emily Hort, scb., from Sydney; Grafton, str., from Sydney. Departures. August 27.'—William Hill, brie, for Geelong. August 28.—Deva, brig, for Ad<3aide ; Yarrow, brig, for Auckland. August 30.—Yarn Yorra, 1 str, for Morcton Bay. The Rangatira cleared Sydney Heads on Saturday, 12.15 a.m., had a favorable wind, and I reached thiu port on Sunday, 8 p.m., thus I completing the run in 19 hours, 45 minutes, j She landed a quantity of cargo, 12 passengers, and steamed out of the harbour 9.10 p.m. Tub Tyke left Auckland on the 14th August, had S.W. ...

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DIAEY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

DIAEY. Days of Sun 'S"n jM?°QS Wat£r ' |Mo>ith messeto.) Age j ftt ^ j Ji.m h. 111. ilayfl. j h. m. Tiesdat Sup. 4 0 18 5 40; 18 11 12 p.m. Wednesday J „ 56 165 4i; 19 111 50 „ TnuESDAY.... „ 66 15,5 41] 20 0 32 „

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, MONDAY Evening, September 3rd, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 4 September 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office^ Monday Evening, I September 3rd, 1800. | Business during the last few days lias keen j dull, few transactions being effected more ! than immediate demands require. It i6 ■ anticipated, however, that a ^reat reaction ! will take place in a few weeks-, as the demand ' for Kiandra stores increase; and active preparation is being made by merchants and : others to forward goods to the diggings im- j mediately on the weather breaking up. i I The rcccnt telegram;! from Melbourne and j ! Adelaide have causcd a slight reduction in the ! price of flour, but the prices realized, even now, far exceed any other seaport market in the colonics. Best brands, first quality, cannot be quoted below £22 per ton. Ale, Wine, and Spirits.—Thosupply is equal to demand at present, but there is not a Urge stock on hand. Bran may be quoted at from 2s. 3d. to 2s. Gd. per bushel. The stock on hand, moderate. Colonial Oats realize from 4s. Gd. to Ss. per bushel. Lucerne Hat.—This ar...

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