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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 7TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

ehc IHegtapli. FRIDAY, Vth SEPTEMBER, 1660. In our last Tuesday's issue, we bad occasion to refer to a meeting which took place on Saturday, 1st inst., at the National School in this township for the election of local patrons in lieu of other gentlemen who had some time ago resigned. It will be recol lected that the gentlemen referred to had formed themselves into a coalition in order to get Mr. Keon, one of their coadjutors, deposed from his office of patron, and, failing in their object, tendered their resignations, which were at once unhesitatingly accepted by the Board at Sydney. We must remind our readers, nearly the whole of whom are like ourselves, new arrivals in this district, that the bickerings and quarrels referred to are of lopg standing—and existed prior to the new era opened up here by the discovery of the Kiandra gold-fields. For these reasons we, in common with others, made strenuous efforts to avoid being dragged into a most unjustifiable attack, which was sustaine...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

Amusements.—Oar Own Minstrels to-night 1 and Saturday.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

Armvai. and Dbpartdre of Maii.s. | Tho Postal arrangements at the lidcn Pott Office are as follows :— The Mail Arrives, From Sydney.—Via Nelligen, Rcgn, Panlmlii, nnd Merimbula, every Monday und Friday, 3 p.m. From Sydney.—By the Steamer, on Sunday. From Bomdala, every Sunday, 3 p.m. From Melbourne.—By the Steamer, to-uight. Thb Mail Clobes, For Sydney.—Via Nelligen, Bc^a, Panliula, and Merimbula, Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. For Sydney.—By the Steamer, to-uight, 9 o'clock. For Uombala, Cooma, &c., every Monday, 9 p.m. For Melbourne.—By the Steamer, Saturday, 9 p.m.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, N.E.; weather, warm. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

JUipptofl fntettigmff. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind, N.E.; vmther, warm. Arkivais. September 4.—Wonga Wortga, #tr., 700 tonR, D. AValkcr. from Melbourne, 3rd inst Passengers, saloon, Mr. Carey, and 29 in too stoerage. V „ 6.—Ellen, sch,, 80 16ms, Nicholson; * '*■ from (Sydney, 4th inBtant. Passenger?, Messrs. Hughe*, Ijiw, Hollry, Sutter, Shepherd, Gibb, Wiggins—S. & H. Solomons, owners. ,t Jane, edu from Newcastle, bound for Geelong. Departures. September 4.—Wonga Wonga, str., for Sydney. „ „ Tyne, 6eh., for llobart Town. Imports. Wonga Wonga.—1 package boots, 3 bags nails, 1 bag shot, 17 cases books, 4 bales slops, (J bules, 10 horses, 2 waggons, Daring. Ellen.—1 cask, 1 hale cotton, 14 cases, 1 keg saltpetre, 4 eases drapery, 10 tarpaulins, 1 truss, 2 coses coffee, 1 do. arrowroot, C do. wniskey, 1 do. matches, 1 do. capers, 1 do. oil, 2 cases jar salt, 2 cases oil, 4 bundle s steel, 1 case sundries, 1 package saws, 20 bags sugar, 1 bag harness, 1 bundle leather, 50 ca...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. Those Steampockets do not coll at Ulladulla as formerly. Passengers will find this ronte both shorter and moce. «asy than any other to the Kiandrn Diggings, having houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A 6teampackct starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. THE RANGATIKA, For SYDNEY, on FRIDAY, Sept. 7, 1860. THE WOXGA WONG A, For MELBOURNE, on SUNDAY, Sept. 9, 1860. WM. PBESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAND AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. m 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. MB. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom House ft Shipping Agent, Edkn, Twofold Bay. sell [A CARD.] MR. J.~BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Eden, Twofold Bay. ee 11 ME. J. BLOW BEGS to inform persona wishing to Pur chase or Lease LAND, in the township ot Eden, that he has several choice lots to dispose of, on easy terms, for whi...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ADELAIDE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

~ ADELAIDE. • * Arrival. August SO.—Amazon, bqe, from M&uritiu*. Departure. August 31.—AmaEon, for Melbourne.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

MELBOURNE. Arrivals. August 30.—Prince of Wales, sell, from Circular Head. August 31.—Saldanah, ship, from Liverpool. 23rd May ; Queen of India, ship, from Liverpool, 19th May ; \V<mga Wonga, 6tr„ from Svdney, #ind Eden Montezuma, pelin from Three tfut Point; Juverna, bqr\, Freak, &cli.,and C. F. Leasing, brig, from Newcastle. September 1. —Flying Cloud, sch., from Port Frederick; Pirate, str., from Otago ; Champion of the Seas, ship, from Liverpool, 6th June ; Queen, str., from Portland ; Prince Albetr, str., from Port Albert ; Alice Councc, ship, from Greenock, 4th May. 8epteitlier2.—Almatia,\>qe., from San Francisco; Yarm, sch, Finlayson, from Newcastle. Departures. August 30.—Victory, eeh, for Hoba.rt Town ; Wilhetmina, bqe., for Guam ; Scotia, sch., fur Hobart Town ; Annie, sch., for Apollo Day. August 31.—Mercury, brig-, for Launccston ; Yarra, sch, for Lannceston ; Wind w ird, ship, for Newcastle; Mary and Rose, sch., for Sydney ; Daring, f»al. for Twofo...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Police Intelligence. Eden, Tuesday, 4th September, 1860. (Before the Police Magistrate, and J. Nicholson, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 7 September 1860

goUcc MntflUjjrurc. Eden, Tuesday, 4th September, I860. (Before the 1'olioe Magistrate, ;i iil J. Nicholson, Esq., J.J'.j Coffey v. Lkwis.—Summons to rccorcr £4. Verdict for plaintiff. JloiiKitrs v. Cavi.vgtox.—No appearance. Mackie v. HaIX.—Sutuiuous to recover n sum of money that was not mentioned, value of a goat, shot by defendant. Mrs. Mackie stated that a milcli goat, her pro perty, left lier house, aud in a few minutes after wards was shot witb a charge of salt by de fendant. Defendant did not deny having shot the goat, but stated that he had wanted plaintiff if she did not keej) her goat at home he would shoot ir. Verdict for plaintiff with full amount and costs. Heal v. Johnston.—Summons to recover a Kum of money that did not transpire. Defendant handed in a receipt to prove that he had dis charged all debts due to plaintiff. The receipt was dated June, and the bill July. Plaintiff' stated that the bill was for goods bought by him for defendant in Bega, to supply defendant'...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. The position of General Pratt is most |>aiuful : for him ; anil the present state of mutters in Tar- j aimki is disgraceful to tho->e in hijh places. As you are air. ady aware, General Pratt arrived at ; Taraimki on the Uril o! August. On the 8th (says tin- Set,on Examiner), General Pratt reached the sceneof action with art infureement of between 60(1 ( and 700 men. It is said that he has publicly vs preSbe l hiii opinion that Colonel Gold, with the instructions he had received from the Governor, ! amid not have actid otherwise than he had done; < ! and farther, tl:at uiiless* he ilin >eif has a carte ; bhtnche to carry on operations us he thinks fit, he 1 will at mice return to Melbourne. Oil the 15tli, the Exam i Heraimounees—General i Pr.itt loft New I'Jyinnuth to inspect the camp ! at Waitara, and the steamer Victoria was waiting ' to receive au<i convey iiini to Auckland, to have 1 au interview with the Governor. The Briti...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

TO STAKD THIS SEASON, AT the STATION of Mr, Henry Haydon, DELEGATE, Maneroo, BILLY DAVIS. lie is a powerful SuflblR Punch Ho; sc. Terms far a jingle Marc, £2 10s., an a'lmvaiicr made (or two or mow Marcs belonging to t! >■ uiinii.' owiht. ("i) l lVldocVp. (nil no i i>i)o!isiliility ii>< »«n-f1 All M.ivc.t to be ij:i nr licforc t <■ '■' • I JjIiu.iiv, 1801, any mares r-iuaining ft i <). l flute will be chnrgod one nlniling pur i. \ ; the money in all casus to be paid bci'oru the luiivvnl of tlit'M'ircK. UliXUY HAYDON, Delegate, Maneroo. ADELAIDE BRICK YARD, | AVar the Cemetery. | E. WALLIS | Is now prepared to supply good sound bricks in : tiny quantity that may bo required. o 1 ! LIME ON SALE ! AT HOB ART TOWN I'JtlCES. j Apply to E. WALLIS, | Adelaide Brick Yard, near t)ir> Ct inctay, or on board tlie Cutter AGNKS. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON i LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY MF.RSItS. S. ond If. SOLOMOX.S beff to in fumi the Public thar tJu*y have been...

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Police Intelligence. Eden, Friday, 7th September, 1860. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

|?oU« $ntcUigrorr. Eden, Friday, 7t!i September, 18C0. (Before the Police Magistrate.) J amis ami Ellen Hamilton were charged with being drunk and disorderly. Con-table Luff stilted, that about lia'f-past eleven o'clock on t he previous evening be heard screams, and ou going out found the man drawing the woman along the street, and tli.it the woman gave lu r.-elf up tu liim for prot'<tion. Tint the nun attempted u rescue, a scuffle ensued and Ijo h man and woiihn "pitched into himpulled his hair, tore liis clothes, and scratched his face, that he li ul to Id them go, and apprehend tliein ufie: wv.rds. That they were both drunk. The male di-f.-ndant said, that his wife was a tee!o:aller. That she had li.en to the play on t^e previous evening and In iug verv dry. went to the " Ked Lion" to have s w ginger-b;-er. That on thei1- «ay h ime, (lis wi'e f-aid she «a- ill, an l he put his arm round her waist to assi>t her along, j and the constaMe came up in his .-liirt .-leeve...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

prat IfnteUiflMtt. The Wbathhr.—During tlio Inst few days the weather has bcin extremity changeable. On, Saturday evening we Were visited by a storm, ] Accompanied wit'i vivid lightning, ana largo hail atoms. On Suixby the vvi a'lier was very sultry, J and during the night wer.il showers fell. j The Flying Huck. — This ecl.-brated race horse was on hoard the steamer that called here | on Sunday last, en route to M« lbourne. I The JetTV.—It appears we were misinformed ns regards the contractors for the Jetty. By the j Government Gazette of tlic 7th inst. it appears | that tiie tender of Mr Dwjil Baillie has been accepted for the construction of the above wnrk. \ Ouu Own MlNSTRKifi.—This company have j been giving a successful round of entertainments i dining the week. To-night they perform at, l'anbula en route to Bega. ]5otaxv.—An old friend, and the friend of science and mankind, Dr. Muei.i.er, the curator , of the Botanical Gardens in Melbourne, arrivul here on Saturday last in th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Fkom Ocr Coerkspo.vdest. — Jf^htnT/a has been a scene of-ratlirr unusual activity for the past week, no less thnu thirty-live teams having been despatched from (be Stores for the district of Manaroo alone, clearing away upwards of fifty tons ofprojttrty, ■ L On 6undayov«oing the Rev. Mr. Davii of Kiama, read Djvino Servioe on board the Mimoea, which ww aamonjtwly attended.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Sydney gtcms. The following; summary is copied from the Sydney Morning Herald, our tike bring complete to 81U iiist. In speiking of (he Champion race tlio Herald we,—" A good deal of money is said to have changed luiiKjs on the or-casioit, hut everything has been settled most satisfactorily, aud in the lot po^ible spirit." A silver cup fans been presented to the rider of the winniug horse. Numerous meetings hare beeu held to further the Volunteer movement. The celebrated horse fc'amdcn was put up for niilc by Mr. Burt, aud withdrawn at 125 guineas, An offer of 520 guineas was afterwards refused. The reserved price was 600 guineas. Gratis was sold for 200 guiueas, and will be shipped for China. Mr. Jemmer bought Nina for 56 guineas. '■ The. imported cart stallion, Younjj Waxwork, to Mr. G. S. Hull, jutii r, for 385 gunineas. The imported cart stallion Sydney, ox Ardmillati, to Mr. M'Kay, for 243 guineas. The colonial-bred cart stallion Lofty was bought in at 100 guineis." " Sir Charl...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ADELAIDE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

ADELAIDE. Arrivals. September 1.—Ant, from Guichou Boy; Oscar, from Melbourne. September 2.—Si a Nyinpli, Irnm Newcastle. Sept. 3.—Bandicoot, ficli., from M'Donnell Hay; Yata'a, sell., from coast, with Capt. JIniues Geakc and crew of Wuitetuaia. Sept. 4.—Amasis, brig, from Melbourne; Colehhter, brig, from Melbourne; Tomatin, bqi^froiu Sydney; Dreeze, cutter, from Yankalilla 5 Henry aud Mary, cutter, from Kangaroo Island; Endeavour, cutler, from Ynrkc'a Peninsula; Ewbanlc, bqe., from Wakefield. Drpartuue. September 1.—Marion, for Port Lincoln ; In constant, for Cullao ; Colchister, for Melbourne. The Tasmania left Uobart Town on the 4th : iii-it, had a succession of head winds, and arrived ' here 011 the morning of the 7:li inst. She lauded j ! a number of passengers, and sailed for Sydney I 7 a.m. j The Rangatira left Snnilridge l'ier at the usual j j hour on Thursday, encmiutervd fiirong N. und N.I5. winds during tlie pa^sAfje, and reached this j port between 2 and 3 o'clock on Sat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

ALTERATION IN PBICES OF ADVERTISEMENTS or TUB "TELEGRAPH" TO TAKE EFFECT FROM THIS DAY. an. Fourteen Words and under ... 1 0 Twenty-one Words and under 1 6 Thirty Words and under 2 0 The above to bo paid for in Cash at the time. • For Advertisements exoeeding 30 Words. . | - '' Per inchin lengthJ , For one Insertion .......... 4s. i „ Sixin6ertionr;_. 2b. 6d. i „ Twenty'9ixln$^rtions— 2q. i• ■ ■ No Dtsoount allowed after this date. ■ • . Advertisement#^eoeived after 4 o'clock t>n tb>i i oaj previous to i&ne will be choired extra. >-J i

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, September 10th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph OjjS.cc, Monday F.vciiing, i Stjitennber 10th, I860. j Business is looking up. Goods ore being dis- ] patched to Kiandra, and groat activity prevails in con>equence of the rcccnt news from the diggings j of the weather breaking up. The Lady Denison | has brought an importation of 200 bags of flour, j The ruling priccs arc, for best brands from I £19 10s. to £20 per ton. Tiio Daring Das today j brought a large quantity of wines and spirits, ; and several consignment* are dai y expeot d. As the markets ore becoming more established 1 we shall, in future, l>e able to give qu>utio:is of most articles. Good Colonial oats are scarce, and a shipment would command a ready sale. Potatoes, £8 per ton. Horses are little enquired for, but teams for Kiandra are much in demand ; American wagons < seem the best adapted for the roads. i

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

DIAEY. Pays of week. Day of | Sun Sun jiloon'n Month.j rises seta. 1 Age High Water at Eden. Tcesdat Wednesday, Thursday.... |b.m.jb.ni.{ days. ; h. tn. Sep. 11-6 9 8 45 25 i 6 2 a.m. i, „ 126 7j5 45,! 26 j 6 56 „ ' „ 13'6 6,5 46 27 7 43 „ 1 1 ! 1

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

WthFpubl!c, ™ and in particular to tue constituents of THE late WILLS & DICKINSON. CHARLES BROWNE & CO., TAIM)RS & DRAPERS, WOULD most respectfully state, that having succeeded to the above business, they have re-opened this Establishment with a choice and well4SBorted STOCK, adapted to the Season, and moreover, the prices will be so graduated as to ' felly meet the requirements of the honest, hard worcing man, as well as the elite of the land. In tons calling the attention of a discerning poblic^O their Establishment, Chables Browne and Co., would beg to state, that having secured the services of a first-class Cutter, tliey will be enabled.Co produce, what they conceive to be, a desideratum, namely a well fitting Garment, and further, from Mr. Brown h's extensive experience in the trade, a superior article in every respect %ill be ensured. In Q^fjjthe best description of materials, and worJunaMbip, will be furnished by this Establish meift, atwie lowest poss...

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SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

SYDNEY ANI) MELBOURNE MARKETS. Tbese markets remain without any material alteration since our last publication,* and lYoti j ]>re-s of other matter, we have omitU-d them in j our present issue.

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