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Police Intelligence. Tuesday, Sept 13th, 1860. Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P.M., and George Barclay, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

gotice $fntcttigtn(f. Tui-mky, Sept I3tli, 1860. Before P. J. Murray, Ksq., P.M., and George Barclay, lisq., J.P. Silk v. Thomas.—Summons for trespass. From \vh ;t was adduced in Court, it iipptartd that Mr. Silk had sold a ;:Lei: of ground to Mr. Thomas, who produced a n'Ci'ipt for tlu* amount paid to Mr. Silk. Some misuiid* r»t.-inding subsequently arose between them, and us Mr. Siix had notions on the spot and giitn p session to Mr. Thomas, lie thoiiglit (lie transfer was not legally liir.ding. The Bench observed that although itiscuNtomury in England to go on the ground to give and tuke possession, it was not nee-ssary in Australia, and consequently as Mr. Thomas had produced his re ceipt the case itust be dismissed. Cost# not allowed. Sponsley v. SgaNLan.—Adjmirn-d to 25th instant. IiCRT v. BRofexiTZ.— Adjourned to the 25th instant l'lULLirs v. Joxes.—Adjourned to the 25th instant. Kvkurtte & Co v. Dalrtmple.— Verdict f<ir plaintiff. Thomas v. Lcgoqunnis.—£2 ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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English Extracts. A SCHOOLBOY BEATEN TO DEATH HIS SCHOOLMASTER [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

iMfeft ({Extracts. A SCHOOLBOY BEATEN TO DEATH HIS SCHOOLMASTER The trial of Mr. Hopley, schoolmaster, of East-1 bourne, for the omnhintiphtcr of Hejritmlil Can- j wllor, one of his pupils, took place lel'orv I.or.l Chief Justice CocKburn ut Lewes, on tbe 2^1nl of ; July, The evidence for t':e prosecution, giviu at i the trial, wn» of a mo»t revolting I'limattur, mid j revealed, on the part of Hopley, a By*ten> of n>M- ' Wooded brutality which has rarely been >ur, ussed '< in the onti.ils of erimfi. Reginald Chunnell Cancellor was the son of a man of fair ivuitiou in society. His father nought out for iiim a school of reputntiun and a ! muster who had the.- credit of being n luan »f high nlta'miieiits, mid a successful teacher of youth. Mr. Iloplev was to rcteive f 180 a year «itli his )iU|til, and there was every inceniiVr, therefore, to tlie tutor to endeavour to do his best by the l>oy. Unfortunately, he did not understand the ; lad who had come under his c...

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

Snakes.—Now that the Spring nppears 10 have fairly set in, the puhiio should be particulai ly on tbrir guard &gaiaat the m&ke*, which will soon present themuelvea in coiitudi-ruble numbers, and parents cannot be too careful alwut allowing their ohildtvn to run al>out in the bush. No later than yesterday Mr. Rose, the fruiterer, on going tiifeU-b wotor from a water-bole at tho back of this office, "found a brown fnake overijfeationg ooiled op quite dose to the ilude. ~-c Mr. Rose rfnta ned a xtiolc, and as be imagined killedthe leptiiey^ntmminftt^Mcmid-tim^fbr'woter-he . the tlrufihwood. no*iied a «tiing to' its head, end oi6ugbf it.inli5.5the~etrt'et, vmete ' liy many, and eventually dupatcbwl before it fcmld do' any barm.'

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

51EIUMBULA. Arrival*. September 16.—Kiania, Blr., Keft from "Sydney, 10th Sqpt. Passengers, cil>in 14. steerage 107. Imports. S pole drays, 14 yoke* and bow*, 14 chains, 4 ehesta tea, 10 packages timber 1510 feet, 9 ca^es, 1 qf. cask Wine, 3 bundl. b tarpaulins, 7 cases flmiitore, 15 bass flour, 5 mats sugar, 2 rolls matting, 2 bundles frying paus, 1 do. >-pade>, 1 i trues, 1 cask, 1 do. earthenware, 1 keg 1 box currents, Page; 4 spades, 1 spider carriage, 1 bone, J. Maiming; 2 trunks. 2 boles, W. Koss ; 1 case,. 1 cask oranges, Town ; 1 ca»k bottled beer, 3 packages chairs, 1 ca-e, 1 package irun Vedsteads, 3 boxe?, Dawson; 1 mule, 1 case, Harden; 2 oases irontnongarj, 8 keg* naila, 10 da mint, 10 camp oveus, 1 ease, 1 coil rope, 14 iron|>ots, 1 box soap, 1 bunblo buckets, 2 boxes raisins, H. Wipdeyer; 1 ease, Edwards; 2 trunks, 1 case, 6 packag<«, Limbertj 1 hhd. rum, 1 case wbi^sfMjbfcg sugar, 1 box sperms, 1 bag need*, NaNMmili boxes tobacco, <J...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 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 Kinndra Diggings, having houses of accommodation at eonvefllenVdistancw. . * Fnres, 30a. Steerage. N.B.—A steam packet starts from Merimbula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. Tiie RANGiTIRA, for melbourne, sunday. 23rd inst. The WOXGA WONGA for sydney, tuesday, 23th inst. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SHIPPING, AXD LAXD ACEXT, A U CTI 0 N E E E, Ac. A 11 EDEN", TWOFOLD liAV. [ A CARI). ] MR. J.~BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Imlay-St., Eden, Twofold Bay. Opposite Rixou'tj. <111 GEO. DORAN & CO., Shipping and Com mission Agents, General Importer?, &c. Wet-cooii street, Eden, Twofold Bay. oe 2:i TC. & F,. R. THOMAS ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 21 September 1860

MARRIAGES. On the 16th instant, at Bega, by the Rev. Patrick Birch, John, the youngest son of   David D'Arcy, Darling Hill, Tipperary, to Johanna, daughter of Thomas O'Neill, Councellor's Town, Tipperary.   On the 16th instant, at Bega, by the Rev. Patrick Birch, John, the youngest son of Thomas O'Neill, Councellor's Town, Tippe-   rary, to Margaret, the youngest daughter   of David D'Arcy, Darling Hill, Tipperary.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

DIARY. Pays of week. Tuesday Wednesday.. THURSDAY.... Day or Sun jSuu Month.risessets. Sep. 255 495 55 ,, 26)5 47 5 55 „ 27!5 4615 56

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

LAND: LAND: FOR SALE AND LEASE. The Undersigned has in hands for Sale and Lease a large number of the most Valuable Allot ments in the townBliip of lidon. Al.SO, SUBURBAN & COUNTRY PROPERTIES. E. W. LAYTON, Auctioneer, Land and Commission Agent. Eden, 24th September. TO BE LET 100 ACRES OF LAND, EXCLOSED with a three rail fence, at the SAPLIXG FLAT, Iloueysucklc, well adapt ed for nu Accommodation Paddock. Apply to Mr. HIBBUIID, Rocky Hall. N.B. 'l"he public are cautioned against tres passing ou the bind ground. FOR SALE OR LEASE, Allotments of Land SEVERAL Allotments of LAND in vi-ry eligible positions eitlier for private ]{evi dences or Business purposes. Apply to E. T. Gilbert & Co. Ilorsc and Catlle Salesmen, and General Aueli"iiers, Inilay oud Mitcholl Streets. NEW ZEALAND TlBKBEill forTale, Bv the Undersigned,—the cargo of ' NEW ZEALAND PINE, from Auckland, chitfly consisting of Boards, 9 x f inch, E. W. LAYTOX. Auctioneer, Land, and Commission Agent. H. 8. WIL...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

sales By auction; Sfcis Day, Sep. Sffth, £B»«ra, t. C. and E, R. Will Ot'll ijjlttction, the Beauliftil Mftid, 8ki$ on ib» muuf. 12 o'clock. Thib Day, 12 o docV.^Measre. Thomas^ will «11 dre.-sod weather boards, liottled ale,* and Nispolcou jboots. " This l>At, iSv<clooVt$Sr. Qrabsaa will tell by auction, «t t« Store, Imlpv^itreet, stock of drapeifv&o. . Wedn esbaTj oontinuatHn «t ede it the stores Jof O. Donoo flpdCg^bv J5, % JGilJ>grt and Co. Fbidav, fltia t^iirropme, tUlotmw^

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Police Intelligence. (Before P. J. Murray, Esq., P. M.) Saturday, Sept. 22nd. 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

|?oUrr •tfntcUtflcncc. (Before P. J. Murrnr, Esq., P. M.) Saturday, So) t. 22nd. I860. Drink and Dikouueki.y.—AVilliam Gallon na* brought bifore tfic liench 011 (he above i charge. | I)etective Morris deposed to the arre.vt of the ' pn*onrr, mid stated that u b<iut one oVlnck in the morning lie heard a noise in front of I'Yiguson's publc-house. whcrenjKin he with two other con istiiMes proceeded to the spot, and siw the pri s"iirr vei v much < xoit< il as it fiom drink. Mor ris diil nut wihli to make an arre.sr, hut (he pri- ; soner l>eeaiue very violent. Morris held up his lantern and shewed his authority, de-iring pri- ! snner to go away, but he refused. He was trun j haudcufled, and dragged up to the lock.up. The pris'itu r denied being disorderly, but admitted having had a ghii>« or two with a friend, and was going home when he was arrested. The Bern h o'jk rved that qb this was a first j offence, the fine would not be heavy, hut cau tioned...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

^ftvfrfisfcmcntji. IRON BRIDGES^HAKVES, and PIKRS.— Municipal Bodies, Road Trustees, and others, are informed that the undersigned urc authorised to contract f.«r ihi' ini|K>rt ition- of the above of any required dimensions, mid which. fi<>m their cheapness, elevnnt aiipearanee and durability, nre far sup-rsedinjf the u-e of othei materials iu all parts of the civilwed world. In order to afford the opportunity nf enntrnst insr th'i cost with that <>1 any oth<^ mnterial, the undersigned affix price*, at which they ure pre pared to p'ace on shiplioard in Kngland, to which will be added freight, insurance, &c, STRAIGHT GIRDER BRIDGES. Span 40 feet, roadwny 32 fcetj wain girder of cast iron, with wrought au<l cast iron roiling and transveiw beams of timVr, £340. Span 20 feet, width 18 foet, with wrought iron transverse girders to rest ou masonry piers, £88. Spau 30 foet, width 16 feet, ditto, ditto, £150. Span 40 fert, width 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

COACH TO PANBUU. THE "DEFIANCE" Coacli will leave liison's every Morning at Half-past Eight o'clock, and return from P«n!>ula at Half jiast Three. Fare 7s. 6d. Return 12s. T W. PLUMB; (from London), HAVING coniuienccd business ill Little Imliy sti-cet, Eden, Wharf (ne ct to the liomled ijtorer) is now i-let itred to supply FamiLon, Publican:*, and others, with all kinds of ENGLISH, FRENCH AND FANCY BREAD & BISCUITS, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Bakings Careitllt Attended to. Shipping supplied. CONVEYANCING OFFICES, Commercial Chambers, New Pitt Street OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE, SYDNEY. $tr William Robert Smart, Certificated Conveyancer of (he Supreme Cmirt of S'ew South tV<ife*, and»/ practitioner of ten years tn Sydney. Transfer or Conveyance of Grant and registering complete, and all other Conveyances £3 3 0 to £5 5 0 Mortgages 4 4 Oto 6 6 0 Wills ... 110 and upwards according to length [.eases and Counterparts 2 2 0 to 3 3 0 Agreements 1 1 0 and upwards Partne...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Tasmanian News. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

tem&ntoit HflW. By the " Pet," from Hobart Town, we have files of Tosmanian papers from which we extract the following:— Captain A. F. Smith has lately been lecturing on the dcfence of. the river Derwent. In the course of bis lecture, at the Mechanics' Institute, he observed:—" It is not the first time during Borne twelve years' residence here that I have called the attention of my fellow citizens to this important subject. At first the idea wag pooh poohed as wholly unnecessary, if not undesirable, yet I have been told that a single vessel com Id master the whole harbour, and lay the town under contribution, and now I am informed that without the Armstrong or sonic other liflcd •r J nance, the attempt would be vain and useless. 11 With all respect I did'' r from all these opinions. As to those who pooh-poohed the irfca—'their argument is hardly worth answering. It is this:—It is forsooth tlmt the cuemv will not tome hire, the place is too poor, and not worth taking. Alas fo...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

pintog ffttteUfgrtitt. We be^ to call the attention of our readers to the lollawing very senaibU loiter on the suhjeot of, mining prosppcts on Kiandra. It was a I dresicdlo <oe Pioneer, and is certainly worthy of being reprinted;— BIB,—People living at a remote distance from the Snowy llirer digging who may look into the Pioneer for an authentic account of the actual state of affairs at Kiandra, would fin® it difficult to foi-ni a coirect or dedided ojiinion of it* pres ut I)oi4tiop nr futiiro proQp&Rk-'thfe statement1* that lave ar>pca<oii from tiuie ,<lo time are so conftii-t ij do mi: mVan to'■sa^'* that thoao'XMnts ! '•-.'■J-J'I - 9 pivcn by your mining reporter have varied much in their general description, or that yon have un said anything that you previously stated ; but a letter which I saw in this day we* k'a paper gives such an opposite and entirely different accuuut I from yours, thai, as I said above, many persons | will not kn...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Victorian Items. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

Sftrtoriim items. Ox Saturday lust a sanguinary affray took place on the Golden Point Chinese Encampment, belnoin the two Chinese tribes, the Ihe-ups and tho Mncnos. The cauBO of the quarrel is unknown to Europeans. No less than 300 or 400 Celestials were engaged in the combat, the maj ■ ity of whom were armed with bamboo canes and suuh weapons as they could lav tluir hands on. The friends of each party mustered from all directions, and a truce wus agreed upon for a few days. In the meantime preparations are going on for a re newal of the Mru|>g!o, and emis>aries have gone forth to communicate the intelligence to the adherents of each clan. One of the combatants is now confined to his bed, severely wounded abcut the head and body, and several others oil both hides are more or less injured.—Ballarat Star. A nugget weighing 150 oz. was found a day or two ago liv sonic Chinamen at Linton. The tiug get rc.semf.ilcs a cabbage lcafj meatsuris 5) x 0 in. and is perfectly free from qu...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Every SATURDAY, at Ten n.in., from the Phajnix Wharf, Sydney. These Steampackets do not call at I'lliululla as formerly. Passengers will find this route both shorter and more easy than any oilier to the Kinndrn Uip^injrs, hnvin^ houses of accommodation at convenient distances. Fares, 30s. Steerage. N.I5.—A steampackct starts from Merimhula direct for Sydney, Twelve o'clock' at noon, every Tuesday. oc 2 A.S.N. COMPANY STEAMERS. Tire WOXGA WONGA FOR SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 25th inst. WM. PRESCOTT, CUSTOM HOUSE, SI1 1PPING, AND LAND AGENT, A UCTI 0 N E E R, &c. d 11 EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [A CA1U).] MR. J. BLOW, AUCTIONEER, AND LAND AGENT, Licenced Custom House & Shipping Agent, Imi ay-St., Eiif.n, Twofold Day. Opposite Kiioii'.-. dll ("1 ICO. DORAX & CO., Sliippin? mid Com I mission Agint--, General Importer*, \-e., &e, W e.-coon siiwt, F.den, Twofold Hhv. oc 23 Tl C. & E. It. THOMAS are now prepared to • LIGHTER and ...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

MF.RIMBULA. Arrivals. SopteuAvr 23.—Mimosa, str., Maylor, from Sydney, 22nd inst. Passen gers, cabin 5, steerage C3. Impohts. Mimosa.—2 cases galvanised iron, 3 packages ; lead, 3 bundles capping, 1 matted pared, 1 can | oil, 2 kegs lead, 6 iron kegs, 2 ca-k*, 2 bundles t-pades, 1 case axes, 184 rolls, 2 tiercts tobacco, 3 chests lea, 4 half do, 6 boxes do, 2 do. t-oap, 1 package. 1 trunk, 2 cases funrtiifs, S. Ilains ; 3 onc-inih, 3 one und half inch cedar boards, 1 trunk, 4 chests ten, i half do., 2 cases pickles, 2 do. tuuMard, 1 package to'iacco, 3 kegs nails, 1 cask, 1 pole dray, yokes, liu\v«, nnd chains, com plete, 16 mats Mauritius sugar, 3 cases, 1 tirpau lin, 2 buses soap, Page ; 1 packagc, 2 cast s, 4 kegs, 7 bags flour, Henwood ; 2 bags flour, 1 do. rice, Gahau ; 2 mailed parcels, 1 keg paint, 1 can oil, Chappie j 2 bi'^s tuaize, Berry ; 4 bags maize, Mikheli ; 10 bags rock sajt, Captain Campbell; 1 gig, 1 horse, Dr. Chaplin ; 1 l>or soap, 1 packngc tobacco, Itankin ;...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind E, Waaether, fine. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

JMjiping jgntfUiflrnrf. port of edlix, twofold bay. Wind E, Wtatlior, tine. AnulVAis. September 22,—Pit, bqe., 118tons,from Ilobart '1'owu. September 23.—3'angatim, str., 700tons, Moodie, from Sydney to Mrlbuurne. I'ti'-stngere for this port, 24. September 23.—Tasmnnia, str., 400 tons, John Clinch, from llobart Town. Pa«Kcngen>, 33. September 24.—Reliance, bqe., 1 IB tons, James Smith, of Hobnrt Town, from Otago, New Zealand. Passen gers, cabin 7 ; stei raj*e 21. September 24.—Ellen, M?hr., G. Nioholbon, from Sydney. Passengers, 11. Depaktckes. September 22.—Pet, for llobart Town. Freak, do. „ Missionary, for Sydney. „ 23.—Itangaiira to Melbourne, with with 24 passengers. „ 24.—Tasmania for Sydney. Pas sengers : II. Duncan, J. Potere, O. Snnt'ier, H. Perry, J. Johns, Mrs. Muss. Imports. l'ei Pet.- -10 hng.s oatB, 32 trusses Ilay, 2000 piiilings, 1 hhd. cliareoql. Per Hanyatira —6 j*clcnpcs oilman's stores, 2 jMi.'kngc.s drapery, Zj^jaekagcs iruumoiigery, 3 . qu irters Vef. Per Re...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay And Maneroo Telegraph
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The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph — 25 September 1860

The Telegraph.   TUESDAY, 25th SEl'TEMUEH, 18C0. Crowded Out (owing to n press of advertise ments coming in at a late hour, we are reluc tantly compelled to hold over till our nest issue our leading article, report of the Prospecting Association, E's letter, uud other matter). Local Intelligence. | Kiandra via Eden.—In the report of Cap tain Ward and Professor Smith, who had been   appointed by the N. S. Wales goveernment to   proceed to Kiandra "to collect information as to the stale ot the roads connecting it with the   centre of population and the sources of supply"   the following passage occurs:—" the facts are   sufficient to justify the conclusion that the route   by Eden will eventually obtain the preference   over all existing means of communication be-   tween Sydney and Kiandra, but there are ad   vantages possessed by another which has been &a...

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