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The War in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 26 October 1860

The War in New Zealand. By the Mail Steamer Lord Worsley news has   arrived from Taranaki up in the I2th inst. We   regretr to say that it continues of the most unsat-     isfactory character, the troops making a variety     of skirmishes and manoeuvres without gaining any   advantages over the native tribe. Amongst other items of a similar painful character, the Herald (New Zealand paper) says—Five hundred men iin command of Colonel Leslie, 4oth Regiment, were     employed on the 20th ultimo to till up rifle-     pits of the pahs destroyed by General Pratt's ex-       peditions on the 11 ultimo, with orders, it is stated,   not to interfere with the natives. But there was   either no such order given, or the terms of it must have been very deficient, as the service upon which &...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney & Merimbula THE First-class Steam Packets of the I.S.N   Co. will hereafter ply as follows :—   FROM SYDNEY Every MONDAY NIGHT at 11 o'Clock. FROM MERIMBULA On WEDNESDAY Mornings, at 8 o'clock, Phoenix Wharf, Sydney, 29th Sept. c FIRST SHIP for the FEBRUARY SALES     ABERDEEN LINE of CLIPPERS   For LONDON, Direct,   To sail positively October 29 The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship,       S T R A T H D O N, A 1 10 years 1,011 tons per register,   JAMES ROSS, Commander This noble vessel was built expressly for the Australian trade, by Walter Hood and Company.     and forms one of the justly-celebrated line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. George   Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of which The Moravian. Capt. Edward, The Omar Pasha, Capt. Thomson, And the Maid of Judah, Capt. M...

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Shipping Intelligence. POUT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.W., weather stormy. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind S.W., weather stormy. ARRIVALS. October 26.—Gipsy, schooner, Shepherd, from   Sydney. 2 passengers.     October 27.—Tasmania, steamer, Clinch, from   Hobart Town. 24 passengers.   October 28.—Lady Denison, brig, McKinley, from   Sydney. No passengers.   DEPARTURES. October 27.—Tasmania, for Sydney. 30.—Gipsey, for Sydney. IMPORTS.   Gipsy, Sydney—6½ chests tea, 14 bags sugar, 1   cask sherry, 2 casks, 1 bundle saws, 1 bundle, 2 cases, 2 boxes tea, I box soap, 1 ton flour, I pole dray, 300 slates, 3 qr-csks vinegar, 1 cask black- ing, 2 bags ginger, 2 trusses, 2 cases and 1 coil rope, 6 grindstones, 55 bars and 3 bundles iron, ¼ tierce tobacco, 6 ¼ chests tea, I ¼ cask port wine, 4 trusses, 2 tons flour, 17 bags rice, 2 cases jams, 1 bale, 2 cases, 4 kegs nails, 2 parcels. Tasmania, Sydney—1 hhd ale, Ferguson ; 4 h...

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MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. October 24. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

MERIMBULA. Arrivals. October 24. Mimosa, steamer, Maylor, from Sydney. 32   passengers. October 28. Illawarra, steamer, Moylor, from Sydney. 21 passengers. DEPARTURES. Mimosa, steamer, Maylor, Sydney. IMPORTS. Mimosa, from Sydney—20 bags flour, 29 mats sugar, 6 hhds brandy, 2 qr-casks wine, 10 cases whiskey, 5 cases sundries, 3 bales, 20 do rice, 1 hhd rum, 1 truss, Cowper, jun.; 1 truss, Baddely: I box books, Hazlingden ; 20 bags flour, 1 pkg sundries, 3 boxes soap, 8 bags rice, 3 qr-chests and 6 half-chests tea, 1 package tobacco, Jackson and Co.; 6 half-chests, 5 boxes tea, 12 bags dairy salt, 2 bales tarpaulins, 2 bullock drays, 2 reams paper, 5 cases, 41 mats Mauritius sugar, 1 case barley, 1 cask, 2 kegs nails, Page; 1 pair axle blocks, 1 parcel, 1 roll leather, 7 cases, 2 bales, 1 cask, 1 box books, Manning; 1 cask, 1 bundle trays, 1 nest tubs, 1 bundle spades, 1 bundle buckets, Kirkwood ; 2 cases, Beck ; 1 parcel, Gib- son, 2 cases, Windeyer ; 1 large dining tab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. This Day, by E. T. Gilbert & Co,—25 head Fat Cattle, at the Cattle Yards.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follow :— THE MAILS ARRIVE, From BOMBALA and Cooma, every Sunday, 3 p.m. THE MAILS CLOSE, FOR SYDNEY.--'Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and Merimbula, Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. and per steamer, to-night. FOR BOMBALA, COOMA, &c, every Tuesday, 3 p.m. FOR MELBOURNE.—By the Steamer, on or about Tuesday next.

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COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, MONDAY Evening, October 29th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

COMMERCIAL. Telegraph Office, Monday Evening, October 29th, 1860. We have no improvement to notice in business affairs since our last issue. Flour is still scarce, and is quoted at £22 per ton. We notice a fall- ing-off in the arrival of passengers.

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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 30TH OCTOBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

The Telegraph.   TUESDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1860. The Estimates of the probable Expenditure of the Government of New South Wales for the year 1861, have been recently printed and are now before the House of Assembly. In glancing over the formidable array of figures and finance here presented, we cast our eyes anxiously through each page to discover the extent of solicitude felt by the primary powers for our own township of Eden. Alas! it is easily measured. £400 are allotted for the building of a residence for our Landing Waiter and this is all. We find Windsor, Newcastle, Wagga Wagga, and numerous other places of less note, provided each with a grant of £200 for hospitals—but nothing for Eden. We find the striking commercial and social ad- vantages of Telegraphic communication re- cognised in their proposed extension in every direction except that of Eden. There must be some explanation of the cause of this anomalous and persevering neglect, which we find it difficult to d...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Local Intelligence. SEEKAMP V. SHAW.—The claim of Mr. See-     kamp (of Ballarat notoriety) upon the proprietors     of the Eden Telegraph for £20, for professional   assistance rendered to that journal, will be inves-   tigated at the Police Court this morning.   LOOK OUT FOR YOUR HORSES.—Some time   during the early part of yesterday Monday morning, some person unknown took a special   fancy to Mr. Thomas's horse, and borrowed him   for, it is hoped, only a short time. The police are     actively in pursuit, and a reward of £10 is offered     for the capture of the artful dodger.       STOLEN SADDLE.—A saddle was stolen yester-   day morning from the stables in the rear of Mr. Fawkner's premises. Probably the gentleman who   &nbsp...

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Sunday Items. DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY ON THE LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Sydney Items. DEFEAT OF THE MINISTRY ON THE LAND BILL. On Wednesday last the House went into Com- mittee on the Land Bill on the 10th, 11h, and 12th clauses with verbal amendment. In the 13th clause, providing selection before survey, there was an animated debate, which was ad- journed till Thursday, and further adjourned till Friday, and the clause was rejected by a majority of 5 against the Ministry, who have got the House to adjourn till Wednesday, to enable them to declare what steps they will take under the cir- cumstances.

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Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 25th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Melbourne. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 25th. 1860. Good news from the diggings. The telegrams in this morning's papers state that three new leads have been discovered at Wahgunyah, mak- ing nine in all. But the miners have still a bet- ter prospect at the newly-opened gold-field in the Black Ranges, about fourteen miles from Ararat. These diggings were discovered about a week ago, by 3 prospecting party paid by the Govern- ment out of the 50,000. voted by the Assembly. A great rush has set in, and according to the Ararat papers, some 5000 diggers and store keepers are already at work at " the London- derry." There is no doubt whatever as to the genuineness of the discovery, and the richness of the deposits. The sinking reported to be shal-   low, and the average yield of the claims on the prospectors' lead is from two to three ounces to the load. There have also been fresh " develop- ments " at Dunolly and Kingower. It is said that Mr. Haines has declined to j...

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Tasmanian News. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Tasmanian News. We have received our usual file of Tasmanian   papers up to Thursday last, but they contain little or no news of particular interest. News had reached Hobart Town, per English mail, of the death of Mr. John Dunn, M. P., for Dartmouth in England, which occurred on the passage out to Tasmania, in the Red Sea. The deseased gentleman was attacked by fever and died in two days after. He was buried in Aden. His wife, who accompanied him, returned to England, after her lamentable bereavement. The Italian Operatic Company had arrived in Hobart Town, and were about to give series of entertainments ot thp Theatre Royal. The Isles of the South, Captain Gray, with a ship-load of female emigrants from London, had arrived, and were immediately hired from the Depot. They were expected to be first-class servants, and each carried a testimonial of good character. A fire, which at its commencement threatened to be of a very serious and extensive nature, broke out in Liver...

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OPEN COLUMN. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

  OPEN COLUMN.   To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. Sir:— Is there any probability of your putting down that horrid Observer. Ever since it came out my pa has been keeping us all in hot water, and me in particular. My marbles repose on the shelf —my usual pastime is abolished. I hear no con-   versation about any subject but Orthography, Etymology, Syntax, and Prosody—the horrid bore. My pa pointed out the following paragraph in the Observer, and offered to bet me a bag of marbles, that on construing it according to Lind- ley Murray, I could not tell whether the four sovereigns and five shillings were in the purse or in the box. Here is the par—   A mysterious case robbery was perpetrated on Wed-   nesday at a tent in the lower end of Chandos-street. The   owner of the tent, a married woman, was out during the   day, and had left a purse in her box, which was locked, &...

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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

Mining Intelligence. The Alpine Pioneer ot the 19th inst contains the following matter:— On New Chum Hill Coghill yesterday sold out one fourth share in the prospecting claim for £100 to Falkner, the claim has been averaging over £20 a man per week for some time past, there are 22 feet of wash dirt and it is payable from the surface. The lead of gold seems to run right up the gully, though the sinking deepening towards the hill. One party are down 75 feet and find the reef dipping very rapidly, they intend driving and linking a blind shaft to meet it far- ther in. When they reach the bottom they will go on with their tunnel. The claim on the side of the gully is paying, as much as 8 dwts to the dish having been obtained. One prospect of 3 dwts was washed out in presence of the commissioner the other day : it is only 5O feet. The party next to Gallagher's claim are doing well, several others   have bottomed, but have not yet struck payable gold; they all intend driving i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

£10 REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYED, on the night of Octo- ber 28th, from Eden,—One BAY HORSE, with black points, small star on forehead, and il- legible brand under mane on one side of neck. £2 Reward if strayed, and £10 on conviction if stolen. Apply to T. C. and E. R. THOMAS, n 3 Imlay-street, Eden. AUCTION SALE. THIS DAY. MR. E. W. LAYTON WILL Sell by Auction THIS DAY, at his rooms, Chandos-street, at 11 o'clock— Eight cases Loch Fin Herrings Seven jars Potted Butter, each 20 lbs. Also, sundry Groceries and other merchandise. Without Reserve. Terms Cash. AUCKLAND PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION A PUBLIC MEETING will be held on Thurs- day Evening Next, at the Exchange Hotel, Eden. The chair will be taken at Eight o'clock, when matters of importance will be laid before the Public. ARUNDEL EVERETT, Hon. Sec.   CROWN LANDS SALES. Sales of crown lands will be held at the undermentioned place on the day stated. EDEN   (At the Police Office)   On Thursday, 29th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 30 October 1860

ALBION HOTEL, QUEEN'S WHARF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY.j   SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWARD T. GILBERT AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition (on the Premises), the well-known and newly-erected ALBION HOTEL, situate Queen's Wharf, Eden, on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site in the flourishing and improving township of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up without regard to cost; the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-place, and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business. Bar Parlour is not too large to be   comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snuggery." The Dining Rooms are commodious, well furnished, and possess every accommodat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

MMWM BOTSIit QUEEN'S VEAEF, EDEN, TWOFOLD BAT. SPLEHDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Capitalists, Merchants, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Hotel Keepers, and Others. EDWAKD T. GILBERT AND CO. HAVE received instructions from the Proprietors to offer to Public Competition (on the • Premises), the well-known and newly-erectcd ALBION HOTEL, situate Queen's Wharf, Eden, on Wednesday, November 14th, At One O'clock. This Hotel is (substantially and newly built, and without exception on the best site iiv tke flourishing and improving township of Eden. Every appointment in the Establishment is complete. The Bar is admirably fitted up without regard to cost; the fittings being polished solid Cedar, with fire-plaee, and every requisite adapted for a large and ready money business. 13ar Parlour is not too large to be comfortless, nor too small to be inconvenient, but in reality a thorough " Snuggery." The Dining Rooms are commodious, well furnished, and possess every accommodation usuallv found in a firs...

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Sydney Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

Sydney Mtcms. I P.y the arrival (if tho W'otiga WmiL'a. «i' have | news from Sydmy to Tuesday l.iM. (in at ex j cit-im lit prevails with regard to Ideft at uf tho i Mini-try. I A J'uMic Meeting ]ia<l hi'i ti called. ;<t which I the .Mayor ju t ^i-1, <1. in the Temperance H.'.ll, for : tho juu-jftHo ot petitioiiint; his Excellency the | <»vinior-Gi iiriai todissolve the present I.c^isla i tivu Assembly, in order to give the cinurry mi ; opportunity < i I ssiiij; ;U1 .tjijuioii in lel'dlnce i to till' ill Mraliiiity of I t-1.11111111,' ill the Land liill a ! provision foi- five .—-lection iii !otv survey. Shortly after >i-\i-n o'clock the hall was crowd ed to cxci». Tin' gallery was filled to overflow ing, ami there was in ]'it;-s!ivct a crowd tiiia'ile I to o':itaiii admittance. J The following petition w.i* uiiauimou^lv j adoptcL To his I'see!!'. iif-y Sir William Thomas Deiiison, Govemor-(jeiieml of J»er M.ijcst.\\s Australi...

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Mining Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] KIANDRA. Saturday, 9 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

5rtHnina MntcUincnrc. [liv F.u:rn:ic Ti:u:gu.u'u.] KlAMJltA. Salimlav. 9 prn. ' I I Hi: I'.scort left wjlh 112(ioz. and i.''J jo in o,:kc. IncoiitioquciiUL'orthe unsettled state of the wen-; I ther less wnrk lia.s hi en done this week than any j j wicl; ninec tin- Kiundru }rold-fields w<re opened. < A*i oificial telegram received by n private iudi-1 j vidua) yesterday mentions that Kiandra is to he! j oppoinod a pollms; place for the Tunmt.. I have • j niadeenquiryofuil the officials here,and they have ! I mi inhumation til) Hit' Mibjeet. (.'onsidi'rintj that j ; Kiandra is a district, and that it is more tluui 1 | probable th?t a storekeeper here, whfi is rather : more than politically rehi'ed to one of the iiieiu I Iters of the Ministry, will he a candidate for the I seal, it would appear that other interests than those of llie distiict ure at Work. ! TYmi;t 1'i.ixtion.— Mr. \V. rirackeuliury, ' who had addivwtil the vlrilnrs, lui^ retired in : favour of Mr. ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 2 November 1860

PUBLIC MEETING. A Meeting of the inhabitants of Eden was hold last eViiimg nt Falkner's Hotel, for Ilic purpose oi receiving the report of the Committee of the Prospecting Association, and for taking measures to promote the object of that body. 1'. J. Murray, list]., J.P., in the chair. The Chairman briefly slated tho objects of the meeting, and hoped that the Prospecting Associ ntion, which had already done good service for the loiriiwliip, would meet with commensurato (success. lie called ou Mr. liverett to read tho report. [Ihis doeumeut being too lengthy, uiitl the hour being late, we can only refer to it as generally embracing an account of past opern tiiMH, and urging the inhabitants of liden to in creased overt ions iu order to achieve success]. Mr. lilow moved the 1st resolution. " X'lie report of the Committee as road. be adopted." Mr. Dalrymplo seconded the resolution, which was carried unanitnoubly. Mr. Henry tSolomou proposed the 2nd resolu tion— "Hint tliis moWiii£plt&g...

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