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MELBOURNE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

MELBOURNE. Abbivals. September 4.yTnmar, «h., from Hobart Town 5 mimmie Dike, ech., from Circular Head t Ruby, ntr.,/roa«oqlwa; l)uncdire, bqevfrom Welling-' gn; Martha, eoh-from Nelson ; Rtngatira, etr., >mSydney undjbden. Depastures. «r m jdjffartobb8. ].<^qre»t.Britaia,«trv* about Oct i8.J

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 — 11 September 1860

■SIV-Mt ¥iUU~ , 7 EDWARBBJ1NGHAM, Successqb to 4J&RLAND & BINGHAM, 115, York Street, Bydney, Importer of every description of AGRICUL TURAL IMPLEMENTS, by the most > eminent makers. al t oc 2) Gataloffuto tint free upon application D. M'CALL, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, Hunter-street, Stdnet, OOLE MAKER of the Pack Saddles used bj Ij Mr. Gregory's Party on the late Exploring Expeditions, with the newest improvements. Best Colonial Stock Baddies and Harness of every description always on hand or made to order. alt t oc 2 T.W.FOSTER, Wholesale and Bet&il CONFECTIONER, 400, George Street, Sydney, (late chatto and hughes,) Begs to inform Conn try Storekeepers and the trade generally, that he has removed into the above commodious premises, and is now in a position to undertake orders for the country upon the most reasonable terms. Every description of confectionary manufactured on the premises, and the quality guaranteed. al t oc 2 COLONIAL TWEED. M. M. CAMPBELL...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Arrival and Departure of Mails. J The Postal arrangements at the Eden Poi-t j Office are as follows :— ThbMaii. Akbives, Feom Sydney,—Via Kellifen, Bega, Fanlmh, | and Merimbuln, every Monday and Friday, ! 3 p.m. j From Hombala, every Sunday, 3 p.m. Trk Mitt Closes, Fob Sydxey.—Via Nelligen, Besa, Panlmla, and j Meriinbula, Every Friday mid Monday, 9 p.m. j Fob Bombala, Cooua, &c.,ovcry Monday,!) p.m. ] Fob Melbourne.—By the Steamer, Wednesday, j

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 11th SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

TUESDAY, 1J I'll SEPTEMBER, 18C0. The Proprietors of tbc Telegraph, have great pleasure in announcing that the present number is the first of the second quarter of that publication, the first number having been issued on the 11th of June Inst. They feel somewhat proud of having successfully passed that period of tribulation to journalists—the first quarter—and as they gratefully acknow ledge the warm support they have received from the public, they trust they may attribute a fair share of it to the efforts they have themselves made to advance the interests of this important district. The best proof, however, that they can give of their desire to retain the confidence and sujport of the public, and to improve on acquaintance, will be afforded by the announcement of certain changes in the details of this Journal •which the increasing interests of the district permit them to make—the first being that arrangements have been commenced which will enable them at an early period to double t...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [The following intelligence has been in type for the past two weeks, but from the press of local matter, we have been compelled to delay its publication to the present time.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [The following intelligence hosTweti in type for the j <ast two weeks, but from the press of local matter, we im'.'e hui.ni compelled to delay ite pub lication to tip' jiK sru! time.] Hv the iii<c: iMi|oi lal mail steamer Lord Ashlcv« ■•ve have h fintr. T;u«naki (New Plymouth) '<> tlie 21st. «<t .'ulv. IVcvious dates were to tho .nt.h of Jtui". There lusti iAr'ii i>.> i-oiiowp' < f hostilities, but both paitici. umo ii ii.cly t-ji^uycd in preprn tiniis lor the comiiu-— urd, it is generally Delievcd final—stmgplc wi;li ihe insurgents. Although Colone. Gold had not been officially superseded, bin command appears to be more a matter of fiirm than anything else, judgi:^, lV»:n (he tone of the I're.-n in ils remarks concerning him. It Kioms cviditit that no movement of n.y importance will take place (ill after the arrival of Major Guncitti Print, who has, doubtless, n-ached the seat of war ere tin's t...

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

SALES BY AUCTIOX. j Mr. P. E. Layton will sell by Auction to day, ] at 11 o'clock, in Mr. Rixott'slong room, a quantity j of oilman's store*, cordials, wines, spirits, ci«rars, I tobacco, drapery, oats, brau, paperhangiugs, Acc. Mr. W. Prescott will m-11 on Thursday, 1 Mi inBt . at 11 o'clock, at Panbula, all the household furniture of the Plough Iun, kc.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.E., fresh breeze; Weather, cloudy. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 11 September 1860

stripping ^ntctUjjritrc. 25T - • ! TORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD 15AY. Wind N.E., fi-csh breezej Weather, cloudy. ARTtffALS. September 7.—Tasmania, str, 400 tons, John j Clinch, 1'rom Hoburt Town, 4th ; inst. Pnssonjjcif, 31 in the s.teerasje.—-G. Barclay, agent „ „ Ran ga tire, str,, TOO tuns, R. T. Moodio, from Melbourne, Cth inst. Passengers, saloon, Dr. Mueller, and others, nnd 10 in the steerage.—S. & 11. Solo mons, agents. „ 8.—Scotia, brig, 136 tons, G. Black wood, from Launceston, :29th August, hound for Sydney. „ 9.—Wnnga Wonga, str., 7»0 tuns, 1). Walker, from Sydney, 8th inst. PflssengcrR, saloon, Nlij-seS 1 >. and R, and Master M. Solo mons, am1 10 in the steerage.— S. & H. Soloinniisi, ngi-nt-. „ 10.—Lady Dtuisoii, bri>». I-1!) tons, J. M'lvinlav. from l.auiuolon, 4th inst. Piis^-i ngei-s, 23 in the steerage.—T. A. Williams, agL-nt. „ „ Northern Light, from Newcastle, bound for Lauiiceston. „ „ Daring, tr.il., 92 ions, Williinifon, fn»!ii Melbourne, 3'*tli...

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

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at 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 accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A steawpacket starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. THE RAXGATIRA, [FOR MELBOURNE, OX WEDNESDAY, Sept. 12, 18G0. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AND LAND AGENT, A U CTI 0 N E E R, &c. se 11 EDEX, TWOFOLD HAY. MR. J. BLOW, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, ISbks, Twofold Bat. sell [A CARD, f" MR. J.~BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Eden, Twofold Bay. se J1 NOTICE. THE Undersigned having enteml into business, as COMMERCIAL AGENTS, arc prepared to make arrangements with those requiring re presentatives in Sydney to t;ike charge of Business matters of any...

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

NEWCASTLE Arrivals. September 6.—Urara, str., from Sydney. Sep tember.7.—Waratnli, from Sydney. Departures. September 1.—James Paxton, for Geelong; Bohnie'Doon, for Sydney {Sebim, fur Melbourne; SifpiTatiHL, for Sydney. September 3.—Alma, Prince "Albert, Fair Tasmania, for Melbourne. September 4.—J an e, for Geelong; Bebeoca, for ■Sydney; pestad' Cauda, for. Java; Adeona, for jylelaide, Sep eml>er 3.—Malrina Vidat, for Ba tavia. September C,—Northern Light, for Laun ceaton. .

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

SYDNEY. Arrivals. September 3.—Noutie ] )amo des Victoires, ship, from San Francisco; Uiide Tom, sch., from Moist on Bay; Tanumki, wli., from South Sea Islands. &epu-uilx>r 4.—ll'uwurra, str, lroin Ul ladulla. September 0.—Tamar, str., from More ton l!;iv. Septviriltor 7,—Dart, brijx, froui 1'ort Cooper i Yurra Ytu ra, str., from Brisbane. DKPAIITCHE8. SeptnnberS.—Native Lass,sch , for Melbourne; Mountain Maid, for Port Coopi-r. September 3.— Izaak Walton, for Ilong Kong; Echo, for Bom hoy ; ItnpiJ, for Nelsun; Urara, -for Gi-afton. September 0.—Dilliton, for Java ; Marie, for Hong Soof; AVaratab, for Brisbane. Septem ber 7.—Ixiuifl and Miiiain, for Port Cooper; Chance, for Bombay; William, for Port k«ac quarie.': Pbojected Depautleer. For Holciauga.—Ngapuhi. For Guam.—Xeptunc. For South Sea Inland*.—Kchrweidc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

»gooi old Quaker Iadf, i^rer listening to t he extravagant yamvofastbrekwpsr/asJont ni her^patlcflcewould alJow, said toljim—Friend, what a pity it Is a eip io lis, when it tooau aonP' oeeyy to thy bueiflieae.* , f

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Tasmanian News. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

iTasmanintt $m<0. The following it from tho Lnuncuslon lixam titer of the 21 st August:— The Waste Land of the Ciown is diviied int.-i tim e clesscs—1st. Town hinds situat within <>.,■ limits of any town er township, or uiilin Ih'" inile^ of tho boundaries of either Ifobnrt Tuwn or Lnunccston ; tho upset pi-ice not to be less tbnii one pound per acre, and tho town land t<i he sold by auction only, and not otherwise. The second cln*s is called Agricultural Land, and may be said to comprise all the ether una lienated toil within the settled district", and liable to be increased by fresh proclamations of suitable land for the plough, in any direction were it may bo discovered. The lowest np>et price is one pound per ncrc, and the land will be put up for sale by auction in lots not exceeding lf>0 acrcs : if not sold by auction thoy may be privately purchased at the upset price. The third division comprises Pastoral Lands which will be put up for...

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Police Intelligence. Eden, Tuesday, 14th September, 1860. (Before his Worship, P. J. Murray, Esq, P.M. and G. Barclay, Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

golicf jffutcHiflrorc. rVuii, TucsJav, 14th September, 18G0. (liflorc ]iis Worsliip, 1'. J. Murray, Esq, P.M. and Ct. Baa-lav, lisq . J.1M Dohcan v. Ki\on.—Adjounn (1 for a wifir. Dai.to.n ami Poweii v. Pniu.ii's.—Jt r.p pe.irs in this case (hit the two plaint IT-i had b< n employed liy Phillips in cutting wo,nl far him in the l«u\h, at :i fix til H.ilniv per week, and that ;ia soon as tlicv had fini-d.ed tluir contract, t'.o deferdant itif.irmt-d thein ill it h.- w;« H it in a position to pay them, as lie had 110 money avail able, and that he was at that moment, in lUffi cu'ties. The defendant \vi Ued the case to be pustponod for a week, and stated that he would then ha able to pay the plaintiffs. The liench severely censuvcd Phillips for tho manner in which lie had s cted, and gave judgment for plaintiffs. ltixox v. UsHF.il.—Claim for £2 10s. money lent. Defendant admitted the claim, and promised to piv 10a. per week, until such time us it was paid off, which plaintiff ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Correspondence. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

Otomjspondcucf. To the Esiitor of The Twofold Bay and j Mantroo Telegraph. Sib,—In your issue of to-duy I perceive adver tisement/) intimating approaching sales of Crown Lands at Eden and l'jiubula respectively. But what stiikes mo as swnewhat extraordinary and unaccountable, is, that at-the former place they arc all Toivn Lots; whereas at the latter there are to be facilities held out for the prosecution of agricultural and horticultural pur»uits, by the Bale of country and suburban lots as well. What most strikes a new comer on ar.ival here is the paucity, nay, the total want of cultivated suburban or country grounds all round Eden ; not even a flower-plat or <xbbago gardra is to be seen, but the dense and unprofitable forest, re velling in the desert state of primeval nature, everywhere prevails. No milk to be bad, nor | fowls, nor other useful domestic animals seen, j except a few pigs and plenty of dog*. . If wo rre to have a populous town at Edon 1 there wilt, likel...

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Mining Intelligence. [From the Sydney Morning Herald.] KIANDRA. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

[From ibe Sydney Morning Herald.'] KIANDRA. I FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] 3lsi August.—Weather up to the 30th very \ changeable; ainos Sunday last, snow, triad, and j rain alternately. The 30th and 31st have been bright and warm. Hie town is In a shocking ] state of mud, afoot deep in many places, and the i country round about is not mum better. It ia impossible Jo wnljc^iliundred yardswithout get- j ting the fett w«6." T4ie enow naving melted) all j the i»gro places aregetting veiybw again. On: .ttoiwn wife'^CtomjoaBaionera Cloete and Clarki started for Cooptn, iu orior to be «wora in as police magistrate for Eiandm arid - Deoison mptat irely, frt Quarter Session^ ofthe£9ih Surface Flat.—A very handsome nugget waa discovered here four davs ago, by a party of four, weighing 16} ounces, 'The quartz and ^<jld were vwy beautifully intermixed. It would have mado a very fine specimen; but the discoverer* were so poor, having been literally starving fir some days previous that the...

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, THURSDAY EVENING, September 13th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

COMMERCIAL. Ttlegr-.tph Ojicc, TuuhsdaT Eveuing, Si-pteinbcr 13ih, 1860. Banrcss for the past few days has been com paratively at a stand-still. Goods are warehous ing in large quantities, and would be morcd off up the country if teams were to be had. Flour may be quoted at 20/. per ton of 2000 lbs., with plenty of stock in the market.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

GENERAL NEWS. I-ord l lyde, late Commander-in-Chief of tlic Indian Army, had arrived in England, aud was on a visit to her .Mnj' s'y at O.dHirno. The Prince of Waits sailed for Canada on the 10tli of July. Her Majesty the Queen had written a letter to Mr. Buchanan, President of the United States, acquainting him that tho Print*, und< r the title of Uuron Renfrew, would uccept the invitation that had heen offered to him, to visit the United States of Atnerica. The Princess Frederick William of Prussia has Ic-i ii taK-lv delivered of a daughter. The steamship Great Eastern had arrived at New York, having performed the voyage from Kngland in ten days and n half, lier arrival hurl cause.' considerable excitement, and bho was ihc object of inueh attention and curiosity. Mr. John I Ionian, commonly called the >' Heiiieia Hoy," left England for America on the 14m of July. Sir Cliarh s Maeavtiiy has been appointed Guv. rnor of Ceylon. The Jiev. lhya:i King has retind from the ...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

ehc IcUgrajrlt. FRIDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER, I860. Wa rtcollcct once being on a pic-nic party ia Ireland, when, as was the custom in those days, each family brought their contribution of the necessary articles, which in the whole would be supposed to form a respectable feast. We had a bright shining day, and, as we toiled up tbe steep hill of Killiney, over looking iu all its grandeur tbe beautiful hlxbour of Kingstown and the bay of Dublin, we looked forward with bright anticipation * to a pleasant and cheerful repast. Arriving on tbe summit of tbe bill, half an hour to unpack oar well-tied baskets— ; i^bt, and pastry, gradually displayed themselves to our admiringgaze; but we found one necessary commodity was over looked, every one JicUfeving that every other body would bring knives And forks, no one j at -nil took the trouble to give those useful article a consideration; and as we were not ^ within convenient reach of obtaining a supply of these requisites, we' were obliged to dispens...

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NEW ZEALAND AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

NEW ZEALAND AFFAIRS. In conseqnenec of later intelligence re ceived from New Zealand, the second battalion of the 14 th regiment of foot is ordered for immediate service, to reinforce the troops already in tlmt colony. It is now officially announced that Lieut, lllakc, who distinguished himself in the late operations against the natives of New Zea land, has been promoted to the rank of Com mander, for his gallantry on that occasion.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. PREPARATIONS FOR A EUROPEAN WAR. REINFORCEMENTS FOR NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

; ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. PREPARATIONS FOR A EUROPEAN \V A R. REINFORCEMENTS FOR NEW ZEALAND. 1 » ! We have received tlic following telegraphic | ' despatches from our correspondents:— ! Adelaide, September 10th. i The Peninsular and Oriental Company'* i I Mtil steamer Bchar, W. Norric, commander, ; has arrived. j The Bchar left Point de Galle on the 20i!i ; of August, and arrived at King George's Sound at 11 p.m. on the 4th of September. Mr. George Ross, a passenger by the Behar, j and holding a connection with the Oriental | Bank at Sydney, died at sea on the 3rd of i September. j I The Australian May mails by the Benares j | arrived in London by way of Marseilles, ou j the 7th of J uly. J

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