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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

j£M#l ^ttteUigwa. Caciicn of England Building Committee. —The membere of this Committee met in the Court-house on Tuesday evening last, for the transaction of business, and to meet the Her. Mr. Allworth,who arrived herefrom Sydney on Sun day last, deputed by the Bishop to visit Eden end tnke the proper steps in furtherance of the building of a place of Worship. Ia the early part of the meeting, Mr. James Murray, tho noiicc magistral?, 'entered tho room and armanaed to know vrliat meeting it was, and oh being informed that it the Church of England Committee, censured Mr. Blow, the Hon. Secretary, for ocou J»ying the Court House without first seeking his, the magistrate's,) permission. Mr. Blow endea voured tn offer an eiplanation, but Mr. Murray hazily retreated, and. thus avoided hearing it. Dpoji tht» tha Committee left the Court, and ad journed to the shop occupied by Mr. Dalrymple, thpobaooonist, who afforded all the accommoda tion in ids power. In tho absence of Mr. Doraa, the C...

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

BEG A ANNUAJ^RACES. TO TAKE place ON THE 18m and 19th OF SEP TEMBER, I860. judge: HENRY WEEN, Esq., J.P. 6TEWABDS: MR. W. D. TARLINTON, „ W. POLACK, „ MICHAEL FARRELL, Jcn., „ JOHN DAWSON, „ JOHN JAUNCEY, Jcn, „ JOHN M'GREGOR, Jun., JOHN OTTON, Jl-n. SECRETARY and TREASURER : MR. WILLIAM M'GREGOR. clerk of THE COrRSF. : MR. WILLIAM ISAAC WHITE. FIRST DAY. FIRST RACE. THE MAIDEN PLATE Of Twenty Sovereigns for all horses that never won a prize,and that have been iutlie Electorate of Eden sis months previous to the Raccs ; one mile heats and a distance ; weight for ape. The second horse to receive his Entrance from the prize in this and every succeeding race during the meeting. SECOND RACE. THE LADIES' PURSE Of Fifteen Sovereigns for all Ponies 14 hands find uudcr, to he handicapped by the Stewards, lust The handicap not to excced 9 stone. THIRD RACE. THE MEMBERS' PURSE Of Forty Sovereigns for all horses. Three miles, one event; weight for ago. FOURTH RACE. THE HACK STAKES Of Ten Sover...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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WARLIKE PREPARATIONS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

WARLIKE PREPARATIONS IN ENGLAND. An additional amount of more tlian three millions sterling is required for the further expenses of the Chinese expedition. Mr. Gladstone proposes to moot this charge by an increase of one million sterling in the duties on spirits, and to borrow the rest from the Exchequer. The sum of two millions is to be applied this year to the purpose of increasing the defcnccs and improvements of the Dockyards and Arsenals. This sum is to be charged on the Consoli dated Fund, and to be raised by thirty years terminable annuities. The speech delivered by Lord Palmerston in the House of Commons, on the subject of the National Defences, was most ominous of approaching difficulties in Europe. There was no attempt to disguise the fact that a tempest was brooding over Europe, and that no man could sec when or where it would burst In the course of his speech, Lord Palmers ton referred to the position of France, with ber vast army of six hundred thousand bayonets, which ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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EUROPE AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

I-UHOPE AXD THE EAST. The Ea-torn quest-inn has bccome, in spite of European complications, the foremost topic of the ■lay, anil important events in that quarter may m'.ioii be locked for. Tho town of Pechelee, the last refuge of the Chris.lins in Turkey, has been attacked by the Turks, a'id about a thousand of the Christian in !ia!.itiiLi:8 ,-!i lightered. This event in likely In precipitate llie execution of the designs imputed to KraiiLV grid Russia, and to renJcr the position of England one of delicacy and difficulty in the matter. Garihildi in still triumphal. The King of Naples has ordered the whole of tho Royalist troops to evacuate Sicily. The King of SaHiuia ha? sent a letter to G-u. Garibaldi, requesting him not to attack the Con tinental possessions of the King of Naples Notwithstanding this. Garibaldi had left Palermo with a strong force, and it was believed that ho meditated an ascent upon the main land. Volunteers contiuued iuccssatuly to p iur into Sicily from Genoa. ...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT the STATION of Mr. Henry Haydon, DELEGATE, Maneroo, BILLY DAVIS. 1 IIo is a powerful Suffolk Punch Ilorsc. Terms for a Single Mare, £2 10s„ an allowance made for two or wore Mares belonging to tho some owner. Good Paddocks. but no responsibility incurred. All Marcs to be removed on or before the 1st of January, 1861, any mareB remaining after thot date will be charged one shilling per day; tho money in all cases to be paid before the removal of the M'iros. IlENRY HAYDON, Delegate, Maneroo. ! LIVERPOOL AND LONDON LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY PERSONS wishing to insure tlieir Lives, Pro perty, Mouses, &o., cnu obtain forms of application and all necessary information, by applying to* S. and H. SOLOMONS, B 21 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [A CARD] JH. MOSES, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION', , LAND, and FORWARDING AOEST. Pending tlie completion i f liis New Premises, is open to rec ive Engagemeiita in any of the nbovo Branches. 1MLAY-ST., EDEN'. LAMP E S, I UPHOLSTERER. DECORATOR...

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

CHINA. Advices from China, dated July 26, report the arrival of Lord Elgin, at tbc Gulf of Pochclec on the 9th of that month. It is stated that the French forces co operating with our own in China, are very far behind in their preparations.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORTOF ENEN TWOFOLD BAY. Wind N.W. Weather, fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

PORTi)f ED lp bay;.;. j September 11.—Don 3*<&dro, 150 tons, G. M. Kvatis, from llobart Town via Eden (when; shef discharged cargo of sundries) with 9 pas sengers for Sydney. „ 13.—Rangalira. A.S.N. str., Moodie, from Sydney 21st iust. Drfartcres. „ 12.—Don Pedro, for Sydney, i, 13.—JUngatira, for Sydney.

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

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten a.m., from the Phoenix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at Ulhululhi as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter mid more easy than any other to the Kinndra Diggings, liaviu<» houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.B.—A steam packet starts from Merimhiila direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. The WOXGA TTOXGA roll SYDNEY, FRIDAY NIGHT, EARLY. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE. SHIPPING, AND LAND AGENT, AUCTIONEER, &c. <1 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [A CARD.] MR. J.~~BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Imi ay-Si., Eui;n, Twokolk Hay. Opposite Bison's. ti 11 notice" The u.». lersigiiod having cnterrd into business, os COMMERCIAL AGENTS,arcprepared to make nrrangunu'iitB with those ro(]iiii'in^ re presentati ves in Sydney lo lake charge of Business matte...

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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

NEWCASTI.E. Arrivals. SopUmbor 8.—Lion, bqe., 21G tons, Sinclair, from Sydney ; llarp, sch., 155 tons, Fisher, from Sydney! Fortune, urig, 160 tans, Patten, from Sydney ; Maccl-.sfield, »ch., 113 tons, Brown, from Sydney; Indus, bqe.; 3G0 tons, M'Kinneii, from Syiluiy. Sept. 10, Kiama, str., from Sydney. DKPAKTL'res. Si'pti-inhcr 8.—Salcamb Castle, for Melltonrne. Sept. 9.— Ellen Siiupsou, bqe, for Melbourne. Hirondollf, sch., for Manukau, NVw Zealand : City of Melbourne, bqe., for New Zealand ; Belln Vc.'ta, liqe , Groves, for Melbourne. » The RaN<;atira.—Tins fine Awr arrivid in i lio Hay yesti-.day at lulf past iwcive, having left Sydney r.t hJ:'-p:ist foar oil t 'ic pn-vimiB after noon ;"l!»is tn.iking t'.ie pns.-a^o fr.>m Sydney to Twofold liay in the shoi-t ^-ice uf £0 bours!

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SYDNEY. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

SYDNEY. Arrivals. September fl.—Oraflon, str., from San Fran - V "'pie, • V< !!> lioekhampton j Tasmania, - : , 'i« lioo..,, Town. Sept. 9.—Rangntira, etr., trom Melbourne ; New Moan, str., from the Mncleary ltivcr; Prince Alfred, from Auckland. Sept. 40.—Eagle, sell, from Port de France ; Itaiubow, str., from the Macleary; Gipsy, sell., from Twofold Bay; Chilur, ship, from Liverpool; Helen, hqc., from Port Albert; Caringorne, ship, from the Downs ; Fanuy Fishor, bqe., from Ade laide ; Margaret Dundas, bqe., from the Downs ; Mary and Rose, Bch., from Melbourne; Hugh Robert, sch., from Wurrnambool; Marquis of . Argyle, ship, from London ; Scoiia, brig, from Launceston. 1)1 TAUTl'RES. Sept. 9.—W i Wo:ig.-i. str., for Melbourne. Sept. 1^.—Lutltvig Hcyn, for ('allns; Neptune, for Gu;rn ; llnpper, i'.-r Brisbane ; Kelirweider, for the South Sea Islan.'s. I

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ARBITRATION CASE. Davidson—Plaintiff. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 14 September 1860

ARBITRATION CASE. Davidson — Plaintiff. Barclay } Solomon Rixon } Defendants. Falkner } THIS case, singularly illustrating a state of affairs which could hardly be supposed to exist in the present age, was finally disposed of on Wed- nesday last at the Police Court. Our reporter was not permitted to be present, but the circum- stances as far as we can gather, are as follow :— The plaintiff with his sons, residing on the Kiah River, has carried on the whaling business during the last 16 years. The defendants resid- ing in Eden, were in partnership in a company for carrying out the same kind of enterprise. In the month of October, 1859 (eleven months ago), four whales were seen to enter the Bay. Plaintiffs' sons gave one of them pursuit, killed   him, and buoyed him in the usual manner, and went then in pursuit of another. They suc- ceeded in catching a second whale, which had been spouting blood, when the defendants' boats came in sight. One of the latter seized and carr...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Forriegn Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

^wrtgn MtttelUgencf. Garibaldi has left Sicily with 8000 men. It is supposed that )ie-desigiib a descent on the .main land. There lime bum popular demonstrutioua at Naples. The royal troops have been ordered into thu fortieses, "and onlv the Nntioual Guard is allowed to appear in Naples. The King has dismissed his ilininter. A new Caliiiict has been fnrmed, and the Ring grants an amnesty and a constitution, and to enter into a treaty with Piedmont and adopt the Italian flue. He has; made overture® to Frr nee and England to be fi'Tantewi the possession of his dominions on t:.e mainland. Tiicv hr.ve refused, and he has now si-tit ambassadnrs to the King of Sardinia with the same view, as a last resort, and has ordirod Messina to be evacuated by the royal forces. A short time apo the Dictator of Sicily decreed the demolition of Port Custillumare, or at least that portion of the fortress of which the canuon comminuted the city of Palermo. The enthusiasm with which the execution of this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

Dear Sir,— (advertisement.) Eden, Twofold Bav, Sept. 18th, 1860. To Captain Buxton. Wo, the Undersigned, passengers on hoard the Missionary from Melttourny to this port, are unwilling to separate without testifying our feelings of ropect fur your kindness and courtesy to us whilst on the above passage. Hoping you may have many more pleasant and rapid p-it-haws its ihi- present. We ntnain, vnui« respectfully, Mr. and Mrs. Flynn "E. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Iltlfling O. Sildon Mr. und Mr-, l'ouiton J. Doutom Mm. Spen-ley G. Crowther K. Iliown G. Browne. G. Turner Mr. Millard H. Andrews FOB SYDNEY DIRECT. THE A. 1. clipper barque "MISSIONAK V," C'.-ipUiii Simpsun, wi.I posiiiii ly leave the Bay on SATURDAY neit. For freight or pas-Age upply to Mr. T. Buckstoae, on bond, or to Tiios. A. Williams, Little Iiiilay-street, Eden. JUST PUBLISHED. CLARK'S SOUTHERN i GOLD-FIELDS, ! PRICE SIX SHILLINGS. S. ,fc H. SOLOMONS, EDEN*. JUST OPENED, A largo uii'l oitersive Assort'.uent of Groceries, Oilmen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

TO LET. A FOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE, ft *«7 convenieut and abundant Supply of Wood and Water, and Garden if required. . Apply to Geo. Barclay, Esq., Eden. Bcp. 21 EW. SHARPE & CO.. CHANDOS-ST, , GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, LAND, COMMISSION, AND GENERAL AGENTS, N.B.—Families and Shipping Supplied at Sydner Prices. Diggers will find it the cheapest Store Sn Eden. c I' ICR SALE,—MATERIALS for a BUILDING ; 18 x 24 Feet. American Timber. Apply to ! J. Graham, near Custom House. | FOE SALE, SEVERAL ALLOTMENTS of LAND in Imlny, Bass, Mitchell, and Cocora streets. | Price from £2 to £30 per foot. Apply hi C. CAMEllON, at his Store, opposite | the Vhar£ Eden. i fp W. PLUMB having commenced business in ; li Little lrnlay Street, Wharf (next to the Bonded Stores), is uow prepared lo supply i Families Publicans, and others, with all kind* of English, French, and Fancy Bread aud Biscuits, ! at the lowcbt possible prices. Bakings care-fully [ attended to. Shipping supplied, i F, M. DALRYMPLE, I 1MLA ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

SALES BY AUCTION. Frwat, 21st instant, a&lo or Stori's, Drapery, Ironmongery, Timber, \c. &c., by E. T. Gil bert and Co., at the stores of Messrs. G. Doraa and Co. FiiIDaT, Sept. 21st,—Bale of Valuable Allotments of Ijftnd in ImLiy-street, Edcii, at 12 o'clock by Mr. Lay ton. DIARY. Dava of w«v day °fj Sun jSun Hays or week.|mouth |n8e8'8ets Moon's Age High Water at Eden. | Jh.m jh.m. Friday _Sip. 21j5 55 5 51 Saturday ....1 „ 22j5 53:5 52 Sunday ! „ 235 51|5 5:) Monday 1 „ 245 50|5 54 days. 6 7 8 9 h. in. 12 30 p.m. 12 1 54 „ 3 8 „

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Mining Intelligence. KIANDRA AS A GOLD-FIELD. [From the Pioneer.] [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

fitting SJntfUigmrc. K1ANDRA AS A GOLD-FIELD. [From tin* Pioneer,] The Kiaudra Escort, ns per returns, has amounted fruui Mureh 1st (its date of ei-.toblish ment) to Sei-tetuter 1st intlrsive, to 47,860 ounces of gold, 10 which ore to be added 1600 ouneea, acknowledged by the Heechworth Banks to have been received there, 401X1 ounces trans milted to Melbourne and the neighbouring ciilniiiis. and upwards of 7000 ounces forwarded to Sydney by private hand before and hinie the CBta'iliBhmeiit of the Ktcort. Now, allowing thnt up to Februnry 28th, we bad 500 diggers I for four wf-eks—that during March niii* the tiiwt i week of April we had 500<t—and that si me we j have had 800 im n at work per week—all of j whieh figures are above the average, as all diggers j here during the whole time can confirm—this j would give an average of 1850 men at work each i week for the whole time, amongst whom are to | be divided the approximated utnount of 0i),:iGl i ounce®, whieh at £'i 10.&a...

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The Telegraph. FRIDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

iflcgtapfc. FRIDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER, I8C0. Those persons who are observant of the " sigus of the times" and arc accustomed to speculate upon their ultimate results, cannot fail to observe with apprehension, somewhat bordering on fear, for the welfare of England and her dependencies, when they see the vast preparations for war that the Emperor Napoleon is making and has Wen making for a long time past. In spite of the repeated assurances from the Emperor that his inten tions are pacific, and not intended in any way to overawe the neighbouring power*, but simply to guard his empire against aggnnsion, that he is making all these gigantic prejKira tions for war. In spite of all his friendly conferences with the other crowned heads of the continent, and his reiterated assertions that the chief desire by which he is actuated is the preservation of the peace of Europe, in spite of all he may say or promise to the contrary, there cannot be a doubt on the; mind of every man of experience in t...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind W.S.W., Weather, fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

^topping tfttteUigmtt.*- ! TOUT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind W.S.W., Wtatlier, fine. ARKIVAIS. September 18.—Missionniy, bqe., Sit tons, from . Melbourne. Paiwu'gers, -Mr. and Mrs. Poulton, Mrs. Spensley, Mrs. Miilarl, Mr. ana Mrs. Flinn, E. Brown, J. Formou, Geo. Roberts, Geo. Yieldhatn, Thos. Dorston, G. Crowther, H. An drcws, G. Brown. September 18.—Athol, i>chr, from Newcastle for Melbourne. Cargo, coals; put in from Btress of weather. September 18.—ltangatira, str, TOO ton?, Moodie, lrom Melbourne. 11 passen ger*. No cargo. September 19.—Millar, l>qe, 249 tons, D. Peliis, from Newc&stlo to Ade-; laide. Cargo coals; put in I from Btie&s nf weather. September 19.—Gem, schr., 100 tons, from New-1 castle to Melbourne, F. Dor- i ther; put in from «tress nf j ueatbir. Cnfjjo—Maire and ' sundries. September 19.—Wonga Wonga, 6tr, 700 tons, ' 1). Walker, from Sydney, 18th instant. Paa-engers; Mr. M'Kcf-ther, G. Holden, J. Case, G. Turner, G. Smith, G. Wil niot, E. An...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

sCornl ^ntfUigmcf. The New Jetty.—Messrs. Blair end Camp li.U infirm us that men are at work cutting down tini1 er for the const ructiwi of the new j'-tty, nnd th;it on Saturday the din js will com mence to haul the 1 into ltic l>av. On Mon day «"<•< k. 'he contract'.rs hope to lie iti a jinbi tio:i to drive the first pile, 80 that it may ho rensonibly expeetcd, a r< gular holiday will he held on the inleiv.-sting olcrmoi. Mr. Blair informs us thnt tin* lir:n in;e:id to complete tho contract in less than four ninth*, if so, it will he of (.'rent benefit to Eden and (he suriouuding neighbourhood.

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BEGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

BE OA RAGES. Tlicso raocs came off on Tuc8ii.iv and Wednes day, mid ns the weather was very f.'.v«>ur.ilili* then wai a very large muster of the frimi ls <-f tlic tmi. We dispatched a n jnntei' on Mo:;i!iiy, hut iu> lie has not returned in time to give in ::;s report fur ihLs issue, we n.Ui>t di.f.r giving pw.i cu'ars until our ucst. From a friend ju >». re turned, wo learn th.-it on the first day M-. 'I'ati' t.ni'!) " Itarcbnuea" carried ofl' the Mai<teu Plate. On the srennd day, iu tbo Hurdle lla.e, there was m mt splendid running botween •' liare bmivii" and "Sting," t!ie favourite against the field. Both horse* took the leaps in tiplemiid i-tylc, an nlso did "John I'c-nn " Baribones" eventually coming in first. Publicans' I' uiisf.. Pelham 1 Fahmers' PlIlSF. Pelham 1

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